Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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OCTOBER 2'i.' 1881. NO. 48. '
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..:... I failed to give us a regular 1tdSlllml'GTON.Titr. .
ST.11'I.Ylll'S.afacltua. they burn well we are to have a sample. Mr. When they re.'hell1roint near the residence {" I contractors have

Harris: has done considerable work as i\ of Mr. ".. Nowlin, near the College I mail, though doubtless! doing all that they
with steamer. They EXTIU sr>'SIOf-ELEVATION OF A
could one
: possibly
l11aCon-the work shows for itself If anyone hill, there arose a discussion of some
another steamer on the line cAt ItEHTntDEU! -UECEPTION: OK FRRJ.CHOVESTS
OF AI.CIIU.COUIT\.- I has any doubts of being able to get a sort, in the course of which George Banks, I. could not place
rEC"XUAnla'n such visit from the lmaadsof Milton 'Turner for u trip since the stringent quarantine -TIIBSl'MMITOF WASHINGTON ,
of this county is more brick house from Florida brick, let taking :
The topography! would have made it impossible to use her MONUMENT IN Ff.AMKS.
i is rille which ho was carrying, :
that of Leon than other one our town and sec.-Probably thero no Springfield
nearly like besides had the health To the Klltor of the Mirror
shoot of the In any other service, : ;
familiar. The hardwoods point in the eastern portion of the State playfully\ threatened to one
with which we arc to the at officer at ('!'llI1r Key boarded the steamer on WASIIIMITON, October 15, 1881. f
the with other valuable (outside of Jacksonville) that sells larger girls. She told him not point gun
arc same, \ from West Instead The Senate has been In session less than
her arrival at that Key a
found tho-c. The soil di.Ters: from quantifies of furniture than Lake City, and a her, and ho then pointed t it at 1.ol1i"lI'im. ;
woods not to fifteen week and has elected two Presidents .
of making her wait from ten Ie" "
red clay. In general, the best pine large per centagc of could and should be mons, and hlHn mcansit was discharged,
the hours the CWmm would have done the ser Mr. Bayard's tempore was temporary -
identical with the first classin manufactured here. We hope by another season the ball crashing through the head: of Louisa pore. }
land i is almost for them about this indeed and when he had been forced
and her (Instantly. Banks did Unfortunately ,
Fhrhlwithout a limestone base! the on'erprNingfirm of Messrs. Thompson killing
Middle loaded and time tho Cochmn broke some of her machinery from the place next that of the President Of
abundance of free, pure water. .t Hart, will put in the necessary machinery not seem to know the gun was ,
and with something that no foresight could have the United States, after ho had held it less
hammock land is hilly and for its manufacture.: If they do not, was not warned that itn* by Turner, who ,

The open the soil a deep loans, underlaid witha some one else, seeing the advantage of the had been carrying it. Banks and Tnrmvcame avoided. As soon as they could they tele- than three days, )Ir. ] Ilmund motion that

pebbly, business will. If the Florida immediately to\\'nl\nl1 surrendered graphed their agents here to send boat after he be tendered the thanks of the Senate for
colored, friable clay. On this : very probably -
the mail at 1'lIn1lHassa.. The fast jailing the of his administration
impartiality was
I authorities. Florulian.Marlon.
themselves to the -
kind of land most of the oldest large plan. Southern Railway wants to put up a
schooner Jfadgie has now made two trips, to bo Mr. Davison
thought by some a joke.
at suitable place why dont
tations are si (mated, and its producing quality sugar refinery a .
attests the durability of the soil. it send a committee to this place\ ? Why not and wo believe that Miller & Henderson are assuming the chair made n brief speech,
of the ohl planters preferred the first- select Lake City, the northern terminus? She Two families of immigrants' comprising doing all they can to give us our mails. thanking the Senate for the honor, and declaring

Some land for general cropping, usingfor exports thousands of dollars worth of raw twelve members, passed through Ocala yesterday We don't blame people for murmuring, or his independence any political obligation -

class fertilizers pine cotton seed and pea vines, by sugar now, and the yield would be increasedif from East Tennessee, on their way to swearing at the non-arrival of mails, we do It Is supposed, however, that on

' which means the annual productiveness was cash should be offered on the spot for nIl Apopka City, and report eight other families it ourselves, but at least we should take Into all political questions ho will, when called

increased.. Perhaps the most curious that could be grown. Lake City must be of fifty-three members, following close consideration the disadvantages under whichour on, give the casting vote in favor of the Ke-

greatly feature is that on the highest hills, in the place it should be b\lilt.- AndrewJ. ly in their rear, on their way to Hcrnando contractors, labor.-Key West Democrat. publicans.! In n speech delivered by him In

both the oak and pine sections, are to be Marcum, living about eight miles from county, besides five other families who will Z'u(nam. the last session of the Senate ho. said that,

found large or small lake, fed by subterranean town, had his dwelling and all his household shortly leave East Tennessee for some pointin From every section, North and West the : having been elected by Democratic votes, he

springs. Every section of the countyis and kitchen furniture destroyed by fire this State yet to be decided npon.-On news comes that Florida will have a larger felt it incumbent to carry out Democratic

abundantly watered, except a small part on Thursday night of last wl'ck-a severe loss his visit to Ocala on Monday last we learned increase of travel this winter than ever. policy AS far as he could consistently; This

lying between Newnansville and Cow creek. to him. His house was on fire when he was from I). E. Maxwell, Esq., that the southern Every week letters come ; letters of inquiry, being his theory, it is supposed that he now, .
extension of the Tropical Florida is I being
Fine crops arc made on lands: : which to the awakened from a sleep about midnight, and about locations, health, schools, and the having been elevated to the VicePresidencyby

eye of the inexperienced are u:tcrly worth the flames made such headway that it was rapidly built southward. They have nearlyreached prospects! of tho future of Florida. Tapers Republican votes, will feel himself boundto
Whitcsville and with the
less. But practical tests long since settled impossible to control them or save the contents large are sent from this of lce on application. Thisis sustain Republican policy. Some will be

of the house. /xiA-c City Reporter.Duval. force of hands now employed, will soon anxious to know i if his last elevation cancels
the question of their value. The heavy one leason, and tho main reason why we

hammock lands: being expensive to clew*, i I leave that place behind. Some changes have try to keep before the public the advantagesof the obligations of the first, and it is no
I been made in the to avoid water,
will be reserved to the use of moneyed men Major ])lIrkee' wharf at the bar, to be little .I Flonda, and especially the section we doubt a question sufficiently knotty for the
which has occasioned sonic delny.I -
for fruits and vegetables; while nearly every used by steamers, ligh'c etc., engaged at I The fever is booming. Messrs. I live in. It is doubtful whether 1'ulatka will judicial mind of cx-Judgo Davis himself.My .

acre of fair, uninunda.'ed: pIne land will be work on the jetties!, has been finished. All orange be able to accommodate all that will como own opinion Is that ho will now, as in i
Dunn it Brown have negotiated tho sale of
sought after by farmers who do their own except oneof the new lighe.s to bo employed to sojourn for the winter. Every house the past, poso as an Independent. This Is: I
Mr. Church's
work. About Hawthorn, Waldo, Orange by Major Durkee in the same wok have twenty-four acre grove on should make suitable arrangements for visi- his favorite role. Tho only difference now
lake to Mr. S. B. Scat of Clarksville .
Orange '
Lake, Melrose, }"airbankrre.tondo, Archer been completed, and all rCllu' ito mach'neiy' tors. -I'ulatka Herald. is that tho fenco is higher, the top plank
Tennessee for the hal1tsollll1m of
Battonvillc, LaCrosse, Newnansville, has been delivered and i is now at Maypcrt. sharper, and tho weight of tile political be. "
There i is iiQ doubt but what the investmentis St. Johns.
Magnesia Spring, Joella, Santa Fc Lake and Major Du-'keo expects to have everyiling' strider Increased !
a sound one, and we don't wonder at the The expenditures for St. Johns county for
Gainesville, there are lumber, cotton and ready to commence work on the jetties in \ I have it very straight that no Cabinet

grist mills: run by steam'or water power. about two wccLs.-U.'ion.llscambta.. "orange fever" continuing when practical the year commencing September 1,1880, and nominations will bo 8l'nt in before the middle -
experience daily shows us that business men ending August 31,1881, amount to tho neat
The lumber business: has always been good, of next week President Arthur is deveiopinga -
arc ready to venture their capital in orange sum of :$:r,l 10.3!).-St. Johns Weekly.
and will increase to much larger for reticence
soon pro- Since the compromise of the suit against reputation and silent i.
This doubt advantages
portions. Largo lakes and small one, from the Muscogee Railroad Company, the improvements groves. county, no presents Suintcr sagacity that might be the envy of General -
unsurpassed l by any other lor the We have been to read letter
which the waters are discharged by large permitted a Grant himself.
designed by tlio Louisville\ it
and small creeks, teeming with trout, bream, Nashville have been rapidly I placed under culture ot the orange. The great want, written by u prominent commission merchant This I has been a gala day, and one of much

perch, and many othc.1 kinds: of fish, abound way. We understand from Superintendent hitherto, has been transportation, but as of Pulatka to merchant of Lcesburg, pageantry in Washington. The French,
this Is being "speedily and surely developed
for tho number of
Sand-tune Saltmarsh that Mr. Clubbs has contracted asking probable oranges guests arrived Thursday, and were today

with its .company to erect at the head of sales are becoming more'/rcquentand more to thatwjll bo}i shipped? fromi: \ Lcesburg; ,thn. ,coining escorted, by military and civic bodies, from

men and farmers for their furnaces, in preference Muscogee wharf, as soon as the necessary renl\ln<'rative. May otifwiunty"continue i season. The letter states that parties the Arlington' Hotel to the 'Cap tol!, where

to bricks. It is also pronounced to driven which grow, thrive and prosper.-On Tuesday have informed the Florida Southern Rail they were received by tho President. Tho
piles are work will begin
contain a large per cent, of phosphoric acid next wl'ek-a large warehouse for the storage meriting last the first passenger:, train on the way Company that not more 20,000 boxesof occasion was selected by Secretary Blaino

and better for fertIlizIng' I than building. Tropical FlorlclTInilrllad made a trip to last and tho
of guano, that.will measure 500 feet in oranges were shipped year, for the formal presentation of tho diplomatic -
Hock iron is found towards Silver Spring, to which poInt tho road was thinks the
writer to retard
containing ore length and ]hold 15,000 tons of that odorous : parties are trying corps to the l'rsilll'nt,1\I1l1 these, in their
the :Suwanee river. Limestone abounds constructed t and equipped week ago. This: the extension of the road to
article. Lcesburg, by court regalia
Mr. Clubbs is also
building a warehouse gorgeous our own tastefully
with coral and drift rocks and places Ocala in d'cct railroad communication low estimate
petrified placing a on the products of and uniformed
and offices-115 feet in length-at hc richly army and naval officers -
bones and wood. It is said that there with the Ocklawnha river, and the convenience this learn
me countyVe from our merchants with the red French
head of the railroad wharf in the city. One pantalooncd officers -
beds of blue red and white marls. which this will be to the traveling
that houses
yellow two alone in
: Lcesburg shipped
of the presented such d'oeil
attractions of this building will be a ; a cutup of gold
Mineral springs, also, arc found all about for public cannot fail, during tho coming winter lust year over :20,000( boxes, and, including lace and gallantry bo
waiting-room passengers going or arriving grace as can seen nowhere
to attract tourists to beautiful
the county., Some arc strongly impregnated by steamer, and will be a great comfortto our town. the shipments from the larger groves, they else on this hemisphere.' In looking
The thousands
with iron and others with and : of pleasure seekers who hut",
sulphur mag- persons who would otherwise have to be place the number of boxes of oranges at this gay and brilliant, assemblage! it was

nesia. There are deep blue and transparent subjected to all kinds: of weather without year thronged the glorious Ocklawaha were shipped; at 50,000. This is n fair estimate, difficult to realizo'that only two weeks before
springs with soft free water. The frequently heard to express regret at their
and estimating 140 to tho box
shelter. Pensncola oranges the of Garfield ]
Gazette. in
body lay state in this
_. .._ same
"r..n.ln t .1.. 1 11. inability; to visit Ocala, owing to the incon- "
n or''t'na on, me arbcst: "U'l'U UI' eprmngs' places the number of oranges shipped at rotunda. At night tho French visitors '
Gadstlcn.We : were
of'N'cwnansvillo venience which must attend the All ,
trip. a
aro north and exist
on 7,000,000. These ore facts that can be substantiated
both sides of the river dividing Alachua from are informed by Hon Jesse Wood, of that is now and forever done+vay with,and entertained with a grand pyrotechnical display -
] and tho for the
Bradford county The two largest throw Mt. Pleasant, that last Saturday morning an the crowds of wealthy and intelligent visit coming in the vicinity of Washington monu
up season will I exceed those of last
jets, along distance from beneath the riverbed attempt was made to burn the dwelling and ors who will, this winter, partake of "mine eejbnrij Advance. yel\r- ment. Apropos of this: monument, whichit

that make the basins boil like huge pots barn belonging to Mr. T. J, Davis A fire host" Brown's hospital! and succumb to I Is Inten'lledlhall overtop the pyramids: of

over large fire. They aro resorts in tho was set to some straw lying near the barn, tho enchantments with which nature and L\KK Jh\TOf-J..nko Dcaton, or East Egypt, St. Peter's at Home, and the Cologne

and the wind Okehumkce, is distinguished for the fine Cathedral it has now reached
summer,and recommended for rheumatism. was blowing directly towards art have so lavishly endowed our county, ; nearly half

The blue or magncs'a spring is situated near the dwelling,upon the porch of which will, we believe, be almost numberless.Ocalu .- fish in Its waters, for the rapid growth .of its Intended altitude, and already makes the

the' point at which tho Flo/lda Southern was a large pile of seed cotton, both buildings Lacon. the young orange trees on its banks, and fur surrounding edifices, with the exception of

Railway crosses Lochloosa creek about : were in great danger of being consumed.A the healthfulness! of the people living in its (ho dome of time Capitol, look dwarfish. To-
colored boy, who had been left in charge 1'errin, of Albany, vicinity Mr. W. D. Hunter, a Kentuckiun, ward the closo of pyrotechnical display]
twelve miles cast of Gainesville. It is coining N,1'. has ,
purchased largo tract of land
of the a on with nine in his settled this lake tho black
into place during the absence of the family family, on mourning drapery'around the
notice for
as a cure dyspepsia. Large Lake Weir, and is
streams are suddenly lost in tho gullet of an saw the smoke and by great exertion a scale that commencing big results.operationson Three one year and nine months ago ; he has had dizzy summit of tho monument caught fire,

open Si'lkj and others arc as suddenly disgorged managed to scatter the straw and thus put hundred tons of promises : no doctors': bills to pay from sickness, n fine and finally ignited the more substantial! scaffolding
marked to him is
from deep recesses. A few hundred out the fire before it had time to do any freight supply offish whenever) he wants them, has furnishing a display of fireworksthat
yards from tho south end of Santa }"olako, damage. It is a wonder that every building having awaiting arrived Thursday shipment from at Silver Fernandina.A Spring,. made as successful and profitable n little was not in tho bills.\ Today tho visitors

and evidently connected whim it at an un on the place was not consumed. Mr. Davis of this farm as any in the county, and has the finest will attend the horse race, and on Mon-
part freight consists of
known depth, there is a deep canon out of and hU wife were in Jackson county, and n mammoth young fltteen-acre orange I grove; I ever saw, day they will go to Yorktown

which issues the f.umlu1Il been left in charge of a colored sawmill, with fixtures for doing all all nhtntcd bv himself and nuns In the last\ .. --,
and few hundred ---
a large stream, a kind of work
boy, who during the day worked another in the saw-mill line. A part nineteen months. Those wishing to know 1 SKNATOB JONK.S, of Florida, in presenting
'ds upon
further it is the
: on to practical
yu put of it I is
on u steamer, shipped out in sections
use of turning the waterwheel of a mill. farm near uy. un Saturday morning from New )how rapidly young orange I grove; will grow yesterday his views oa to the Illegality of

e With the expenditure of a little money the he started to his work, but feeling tick, con- York, and will add to the attractions when it receives! proper attention, should changing tho Presidency zero tempers of the

stream could be made navigable. Panic's eluded not to work, and was returning to of the lake. Mr. I'errln i is u gentleman visit Ids place. Ho and others of his neighborhood Senate at the caprice of the majority,

it Prairie in time past discharged the waters the house when he saw the smoke.-Qulney like all Democrats from the i Empire: arc anxious that good families, interested ., monthly or. weekly or daily as accidental
J from Newnan's lake, four miles from Gainesville Herald. and is not in tho habit of doing in the education of their children, or shifting majorities might dictate, did not

: into the famous "sink," the which all lllllaborough intends things by halves, so we understand he also would como: and look at lands round I.ukeI I present those views without study. Senator

tourists go to see, and which has bankrupted BELLOWS L\KE.-This is in the near future building a narrow-gaugo road connecting Dcuton, as It i Is desirable to form school Jones-as appears) from onr reprint this

the descriptive powers of not a few. The going to be a very desirable: locality and Dr. tho lake with the Ocklawaha river, I community in this healthful and otherwise morning of his speech; of 1870. : --expressed

E.Nevo,who the a distance of four or five miles, and what : inviting section tho sumo views at time
subterranean passage has choked and was pioneer in improving it, of the country. Lands can a when the contingency
up lumber
[the prairie is now a vast sheet of water on will we tru+t be fully compensated for his will he cannot sell around the lake he I be had at reasonable) prices.! The Tropical of tho succession to the duties of the

I which a small steamer docs n carrying trade. earnest efforts to develop the material resources ship over this rood to the river and Florida Railroad I is surveyed and located Presidency of such an officer seemed to the

.,The Natural Bridge across the Santa .'0 river, of the county by the enhanced val. down the river to the spring' theme to Fcrnandina three miles distant ; and as tho branch road popular apprehension' : much more remote n
ue of the lands lie have there for wale. over the IV.ilnsular llailroad. ]But than !it seems now. Tho proposition of the
to Indian
: river h I to start from
Is formed the
i by sudden plunge the water a point on Democrats in
Lieutenant he believes January, 1870, was, tut
Homer Fifth is and others believe, that the ,
lito a capacious cavern and breaking out Artillery, now the road west of Leesburg, it will, of necessity that when a President pro tempore of the

iln to the surface far below. A few having forty. acres p-epared to set out this margin of this, most! charming of Florida take this lake eu route, so that we will Senate was elected his term like that of the
'f. years winter in trees. lakes will be dotted over with J beautiful villas Speaker did not end until
orange Captain A, Russell a new
a spot in the old Newnansville road .hat had by next spring have all the transi>ortatlon
of. the MatttJei. is also preparing for havinga the winter retreats of wealthy nabob met-euhiect, of course, to a removal for
en traveled'for we need. We are assured that of Both
years, dropped H and theI'S a corps cause acting Vice-l-resident
ten-acre grove set. Others of the from the North, who desire to snatch fewtaonthr' and
i of the tallest pines settled out of sisht, military a engineers are to be I'ut-on this brunch without Speaker| were it was argued not only the

hale the bowl filial with water Naturals officers at Fort Brooke hare purchased lands respite (tons business during the delay: and that both the main road and 'mresidingofliceesof their respective bodies

ells are found as round anlI perpendicular! out there and will soon improve them- most trying season of the year in a northern branch will be completed through our section but were by the joint:! rutiun of the Coofctitutlon -
Tumptt I'rogrett. climate. And if there ran be found win and "tatuteai possiblo Presidents.
a>Nif i they had been cut through the rock Leon.' ter Eden U a before the balmy springtime comes. To Ihls !position, ably f'nroJ'\'t'lJ. aa our readers
on earth lakel'eIr
w; the hand of man. It, I U evident that4mere On the place to supply the wants of the public until the will observe, by the consistent arguments of
Saturday night there was some kind ofa look fur it, Judge Itappello and Mr. \'andeebilt b nator:'Jones would
Is the
: almost as perfect a network of un- pro|>osed Lranch Is built to Leesburg the prevent subjection
tl ground festival or gathering on the Murat place, have already selected ultra, and' other Transit road has of an ollice which may become: so important -,
springs made
anlllltre..J 13 as marks theaee..Iluchuo just west of the city, a.tendwl by number biz guns will follow Boating fishing, hunt arrangements with an that ot President pro ttllJlKtJ of the
Adtucute.Columbia.. of colored Captain Edwards, the gentlemanly proprietor Kennto to the caprice of a .
eople from town ing ; major
among thenr driving on the beach and sucking the and
of the ity f efipevlally would this
TutawlUa to meet their trains : permanency
George Banks who U engaged its a driver famous Brown orange,arc the winter he desirable if both
Jr. J among at Silver ever President &1)(1'Joo
A. Harris, who has Spring, and deliver and'relglat -
great experience for George; Fitzgilt, Milton Turner, employed amUielUt'lItsOcal'J,,",,. passengers President tiled in ofllce, when .such a ca
eking brick, b engaged now In putting as a driver at Keinpeft stable, and at Lecliirg or any point on Lake l'rldullS'majority might undertake to remove

...t large kiln near town He informs us two colored girls, one named Louisa Sim Monroe. Griffin. Connections mado at the spring the Prvfcident pro tnujtort order to

,- he is trying some proxxl brick and If I mon, who return**! home in M tit !Y.RVI'E-Im'd quarantine hsawbeeneatablbbisl 'fuewl r. Thursday and Saturday mornings.Lttilwg engage erred in what Senator Edmund ILvs re- '

.3:" 2 company. by Cedar Key and Tamjiu our 'u''llJwJrll .4dvgnce .\'e", furl to us II the urld lottery. of I'rewtmlent 'Hi.kln.



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.tV OLD RONDO. She was fascinating nnd, like the born coquette ask me ? lie !sees that we are much to Shooncs a poltroon ?" to the head clerk of his office, explain
she was, used her powers on everyone gether"- :XII, irj; I am not a poltroon !" And :Mr. ing how, having died in defence of hu
who came within her range Mr. Jones "Hut, hang it !l" Interrupted Mr. Jones, Jones banged his fist! upon the table.) Hut honor, he was unable to retur to his dutieson
Her scuttle[: halt ys! wondrous wyde, was!! one, and she!! had made herself more attractive beginning! to get slightly; exasperated: with I do say this!, that a man who would fight a the I appointed, tIM". being at a loss
AH furry, too, on every pyde, to him than he would have cared to Madame: Slocal ; I'm in love with Agnes duel, and sudi a omrus this would be, must! to decide which of these epistles I\lldloc,
Hoc out she tripuctli\ dauitylyc Cheshire, and was this minute going to ask be nothing else than a born idiot I" written first, he left them al alone, and
To lett ye youth full well to !see own.For there was a Monsieur! in the case And you to say word for me in that direction" Docs Monsieur call me an !idiot ?" paced from wall to wall, door to win.
I n How fayre yo maydc ys for ye bride.A Monsieur de Slceal was unpleasant as The effect of this speech took him aback "No: I don't sir I" observed the indignant dow, wondering how Mr. Lyne was getting
Madame: do Slecal was the contrary lie was Ills experience had hitherto lain with ladiesof Jones: "but I'll take uncommonly good on.
1 lytllo puffed may be bye prydc) an old soldier of a bygone type, always talking his own land. French women were a care that I' I give no one a chance to l'lll1ll1() In the course: of an hour and a half Mr.
I .11 y' She:) yctt HOC lovelye I is that I'd of fighting and those happy days when race unknown to him. It is certain he had one." Lyne returned Jones, as he received him
A shyllvnge g.we to tye, pcrdie, one could cut a friend's! throat before ench never figured, in such 'questionable proceedings The thin vein of passion which .ran sitting on his bedside, would, have made a
Her scuttle halt. meal. Monsieur do Slccal was veteran before, nor would, do have done so now through :Monsieur dcSlecal's rejoinder made good study for a picture of misery. Lyne
with whom :Mr. Jones wished to have as if ho bad only seen where he was going. every word to go homo like a poisoned dart opened the subject at once.
wli Ye co ales ynto yo scuttle and slyde, little to do possible, amt, certainly nothing You arc in love with Agnes Cheshire It was as though he was speaking to an inferior "It's all riht. Jones' spirits plucked up
I hyde .
So yn her liatt unpleasant! Yet Mr. Jones began to have ;Miss Chc.shire-IIIIII von dare to tell me to creature. I've seen ) :\ ; bo has referred me to
To stele some kisses-askcfh two or, Ids: doubts. my face! (Cocltvn how dare you to insult "Then I say! that Monsieur!' Shooncs iscmiaillf ''I'' a friend, a General Calonbert. lie declines \
scornful synen she never doth me, The other object of interest was Miss me !I" and 111I'nglh.h: dog-he is a poltroon to accept any npoIogy-e"l'n if we offered \,
Ye Her cynic scuttle hat dcrydo I Cheshire-Agnes' Cheshire. She was an cxcccdinsjly Her language and appearance were undoubtedly ; to such the )Dc Sleculs always use one-and we have arranged for it to c.nno
So'ibncr. pretty girl as distinctly:; English; fiery, and Mr.: Jones was staggered canes." off to-morrow morning on the sand hills."
# as' Madame was distinctly I Frellehn pretty "Why, you impudent old"11r.; Jones' spirit sank again He was: aware
I It i' and so pleasant that :Mr. Jones: had (alien Insult 'oul! What do you mean ? How Jones was aghast t but he drew up there. If lie.and his friend took different views ; to
t h : GKOIIGI: i/oA7.y nur.L. head over heels! in love with her at lir-t: have I insulted you ? I "only said that I you weren't an old<<1 gentleman d show yon him it was all wrong.
r !sight.i At this very moment lie was deliberating loved, Miss Cheshire." how an Englishman receives such language" And 'OI call that all right? Very well,
Jones was taking his yearly holi! which would, be the most favorable "Only I He !says 'only !t' and, I have "A Frenchman never receives ; he always if he kills fie or I kill him, it will be I clear
I I I': i George He worthy man, shrewd, his opportunity for putting the question to her braved my husband's: wrath to be told that gives." case of murder." Mr. Lyne laughed pleasantly. -
t day. line visa honest, and, as!l nerd, hardly he formally. 'That he would, do so before ho he is: false): !l" And to show exactly what ho meant, he .
stated own, HP was thirty-five left Hoiilogno he had, decided. l He WWi comfortably A1Idfl1dame: de Slocal showed !immediate moved, round, the table and struck Mr. Jones There is still one course open- 'ot can
an Englishman.? the enjoyment a comfortable nil'; he had! learned, that she was signs of fainting. As a gentleman only several times smartly on the back and shoul run away."
i years of ago in,tho n olTlce of public work, and not penniless! : ;; why should)' she not be Mrs.: : thing! ;Mr.[ Jones! could, do was to run forward l ders.: Madame stood up, her head \bent forward Run away What do "Oi Inl'al I,,
I i I bachelor.post Not had, looking, of average Jones? He Ilifln"t doubt that he would bens and catch her, in case' she fell.! Wla'IIhc: her hands thrown buck, prepared to )'ou insinuations, sir? Englishman)
; It -shouldcred, well built, scrupulous acceptable to her as she was to him ; only knew he was at hand, to render her that service rush in and form third in the exciting tab- never runs away. I may be a hang
height, square in dress, with brown hair, a heard Madame: do :Slccal was on his shoulders.: she lot no time in falling, and be had: leau. Hut for the present she refrained. it, sir, the man who calls mo a coward
.trI t trimmed the fashion: of Vandyke's, day, ]Hut :Mr. Jones was: a clever man. Ho had the satisfaction of supporting her awkwardly : This was more than Mr.: Jones could Ila\eto prove his words I" wil
) ,. and blue which, as ho was well aware, concocted, a scheme by means of which he I enough, with her head upon his shoulder., stand Seizing the cane, be snatched it from Very well, I said nothing. Had I
I, his best eyes feature. intended, not only to get her off his: shoulders :Madame do Slccal:- : for gracious: sake don't his assailant's hands: and, fairly losing his thought YOI a coward I should not be art-
were Hebtood, when we are Introduced him, !, but on his: side in friendship.l 1 He l was faint Supposing some! one wits to come temper, struck him with considerably! more lug for you now. You are aware that the
,I r in tho ,lrawln -room of Madame Buutiton'sboardinghouse only awaiting' chance to put it into execution. and find nsI: 'I'Iiisy! the most horrible situation violence than Monsieur hud used to him, less said the better. You nlllle Sltcal will
( Numero D!)m!)!), Hue do NouveChaus.sC0 That chance came sooner than he had I ever heard of. Upon my word) < : Boulo ne, Jones was not much expect oil.I honor, I had: no more !idea of insulting you knee, flinging the fragments into his antag not intended for the benefit of the public"
Pr I : with the Continent : once lie had For as he stool 1 there, Mill t engaged in than I had of going to the moon I Any satisfattion onist's face, and, seizing him by thc .shoulder "I know that as well as you do, don't I I1'
I, penetrated acquainted, as fir as farts, but t that I' was years! thought, the door opened' ( <<1 and a lady! entered : which,, as a gentleman, I c'1I11oTrr! :*, hurled( him to the floor with snflicient Do \01 take me for an idiot? I'm us ca- <
3 } and !since then his experience had been ; u lady of twenty-three or t thereabouts you-hang it, there's! some one coming: !" force to shake the room pablo of holding my tongue as Do Slccal, or
I confined ago to his native shores. His attitude, drosso'd! in a bewildering l costume There[ was ; he was right. Ktel11'w<,re You impudent old scoundrel !r' raved twenty like him." 0
I '. 1 1I' with: his legs apart, his hands\ behind his flOnlt' shalc, of lav'llIler-which served to insinuate heard approaching, and the the Mr.: Jones "if you were half your ape I'd Mr. Jones was excited<< but his friend,
( a back, was suggc'llvc! of the Union. He was rather than exhibit thegruccof door was turned. lie made, a frantic effort throw you through the window, nee and making allowance for circumstances, took
I 1, little impressed: !, by the 1 idea<< that it was n figure. As !she !saw :Mr. Jones landing there to place his burden on a chair, giving her a crop." no notice. His next remark was madehil
I I II a fine thing to be abroad, and wished these she bowed, slightly and smiled, a natural little !shaking by way: of a restorative But Hut Madame: now I'aproper to become he trifled with his moustache, looking at
( foreigners;, to understand that though he smile\ which gave an added, charm to every he was too late ; the door opened, and there, an actor in the drama. She sprang forward Jones! curiously from his half-closed' en> .
i' might honor their shores! with his presence, feature. It was Madame de :decal- standing motionless!! on the threshold, was and, bending over her prostrate husband, Uy the way, fan \H8s.Chellin': limas got
t. it was only because he had: seen enough of "So yon and 1 are in together. That is: :Monsieur .do Slccal. raised her hands ('ithcl to Jones or the ceil wiHl of something in the air. She ha been
t all those much better things: which might strange. But fate often throws those to- Mr.: Jones! has been heard to declare that ing. asking if you und De Slecal have quarreled,
I bo seen at home gether who,need throwing. I had ill) notion the sensations:< of that moment were equalto Oh. mercy I mercy I Henri I Henri are and by her manner I am (
9, : "She is: ft remarkably fine girl, and the you were not with the others: or pos!! years of agony lIe was turned into a you slain ? Oh, scclcrat/ you destroy not her 8 sympathies arc "-he paused-" 01
i wonder is how she could have become his sibly'l should not have ventured so near statue, and for, moment lost: the power ofspeech. only my reputation, but my husband'salso your side '
wife. Hut I suppose! it is the same tiling! 'OIJ." There 1'100,1Ir., : Jones with his !I" What's the use of talking about that to
t a aI. over again ; these french buy and sell their Moving across the room :Madame[ acceptedthe arms around the fainting lady, and<<1 there "I destroy! your reputation ?" began me, now ? Once I might have hud hope
i r women in the same fashion: they used to chair he oll rcll,'Inlldll1 1at\ him with, 1'111011lolIliellr: dc Slccal: glaring at him! Jones Hut the opening of the door and( bung it Lyno, are you quite heartl'si f
1. : down in Carolina. I preMime he her Hashing eyes. She spoke English: : far with angry eves. the entrance oftaresh spectator preventedhis Don't you see that I am a marked
1.i I 1.I i' manage has money and she hasn't ; ho has what she better than he spoke French, with a slight; Monsieur dc Slecal: was in person something concluding.The ; Mr.: Lyne indulged in that favorite trick of
i; ,: has' not, and she has what he wants: ; voila accent not unplcasing! in such a speaker. like the pictures! of Don Quixote, tall newcomer was Mr.: Lyne. He stared, I his: -shrugging his shoulders.
tout the bargain's ended." Her manner conveyed a greater; compliment and thin und rusty with high cheek-bones' as well he might, astonished at thc scene "And why ? I would take an even bet
," The speaker, the only other occupant of than her words, and they were strong a long white imperial and fierce moustaches, which met his gaze. There was Monsier de Dc decal is left, upon (the field."
the room, was seated at his case in a low enough twisted to a point on either side, and with Slecal lying full length upon the floor.Madame" :, "'hat a fool I am I' soliloquized Mr.:
rocking: chair, turning an unlighted cigarette "Eh, ah-I am sure if I had/ known that general; stiffness! which made one wonder : bending over him, a study of agonized Jones when his friend had left him again
l round and round in his finger! Mr.: von were in I should have been very glad. whether, at any period of his: existence, a beauty. Mr. Jones glaring at them alone. "Coming out for a little holiday, ,.
t. ;, Jeffrey James: Lyne was, as his: speech betrayed Hut ah-I wanted to speak to yon very seriously poker had been introduced into his internal both, pink in the.face with rage. falling in love with one woman, flirting
I an American. Short in stature, Madame slight in build, with fair hair, fair moustache Mr.'Jones: fidgeted abontandtlicn sat downon lie was; he carried his cano as though it he entered< Ji r microscopic: in dimensions, square, the extreme edge of a chair, about six were sword, and his attitudes were taken and that I knocked him down, and that of : and I-I'd give every pennyI
well-shaped chin, nose with u tendency to feet from her. To tell the truth, he felt that from the small-sword drill. all the nonsense I ever heard of, this i is! out have in the world if the De Slccals had
f aquiline, sleepy, uncertain-colored eyes, with matters had<<1 gone rather too far with this "Monsieur: Shoones when you have released and away the biggest tomfoolery." been at the bottom of the seas before they
an air of perfect, well-bred self-possession: fair lady, and he was! anxious!' to get safe out Madame, we will have our small dis- Mr.: Lyno perceived<< that, before makingany had come across my path. Just as therereally
undeniably a gentleman, ho was u typo of a of what promised: to be a scrape. cussun." remark and thereby committing him- I comes) chance of love, a wife and
certain class in Young America. The peculiarity Seriously: Mr. Jones?" Oddly the name His: English; was not so good as i Madame's. self to cither side, the best thing he could : happiness; I throw it away. Well, there's
11"I in speech which betrayed his: birth sounded from madame's lips. She droppedher Ho said! ::)hoone5," moaning "Jones: ," and do would be to offer his assistance. Crossing one thing, I only have myself to blame 1"
i l'' was its extreme nicety his' musical voice! a e 'cslIIHI her voice at the same time, trifling his accent might fairly bo described as being to where Monsieur lay ho offered his IIrlll.H That night there was a bal at the Etablis-
I r certain ttndclbeddrawl<< and<<1 tho odd<< manner with her dainty fingers. What can 'a s angular; us his person. I trust that Monsieur de Slccal is not injured ., !'elent, Several of 1. Uontiton's
in which ho every now and then chose: big you have to say to me seriously ?" "Ik-tore] ( I }put her down," replied} Mr.Jones : ; will Monsieur permit me to assist boarders were there, and among t them Mr.I
(, .t : words to express little meanings. This was exactly what :Mr Jones!' did not : I finding his tongue, "I tell you, Monsieur him in rising?" Jones and Miss: Agnes Cheshire. They had
i ,.,', '., : Jeffrey James Lyne was scampering want. Madame: : W'I'I: : evidently in'for sentiment de Slecal: that' know no more what's Monsieur permitted him, and, with his one or two dances together, and on the
,,\' I through Europe-partly because! it was the ; ho was: in for just the contrary. He the matter with her than-than I do what's aid, regained his feet. lie was little the whole seemed to enjoy each other's compa-
",1, r5Y ;i tiling; to do, for pleasure, partly for had begun to wish nature had made him I going to happen in the middle of _next cen worse! for his adventure, save, perhaps, that ny. You would not, have thought Jones
1 .', J' 'profit. For partly I had ii keen eye for less agreeable and that flirtation was an art tury." he smarted slightly, and ]had been more was: about to fight a due} in the early morn
I :; (' l business and<< shining dollars. Chance or his he had never !studied. lie bent forward on That," rejoined' Monsieur, rustily, ":\roll- shaken than he cared for. Outwardly he was I, ing. The band up a final waltz,
j own inclination heel brought him to Ijoulognc his chair and cla'illllis) hands between his sieur! :Shoones.::: ( amongst! other things, will be stiff and cold as ever. I'\\alll'ufel'serr last.!
'" III f and, meeting in tho same boardinghouse knees. a mutter for our discussion.! : : ,. When I seriously he began "I volunteered his little explanation, Shooncs' words he has struck De Jones to : Cheshire "it
; Mr. Jones: and ho hud< ; ; matter of course become acmiaintances.Mr. mean seriously.: I-I-!in short, to be perfectly Mr. Jones proceeded to lift Madame: [ bodily There can be but one termination. .\ some time before )'ouand, I dance again
,I' ,,, '', Mr. Jones balanced' himself upon his toes' frank and eIIclh10111111111 I "- from the floor and hear her to a neighboring address! Monsieur: Lyne us Monsieur Shooncs' to..t her"
I Mr.! Jones stood 1 leaving his sentence like 1lo in his arms, friend ?" Miss Cheshire said There was a
and heels judiciously before he replied<<1 to :! :! << up sofa. :She lay yes. rosy
; t Mr. Lyne'a remarks. Although abachelor- ('< i perhaps because: he was a bachelor-ho tookconsiderable Well," !she said, hardly<< above a whisper the slightest aid. As soon as she, was 1 placed 1 but I. 'lie stopped( from her eves as she gave him her consent t .
J .I"' zit interest: in women, especially flashing him from the corner of her eyes ; comfortably: upon the couch, and Mr. Jones 't If'you take my advice you will saynothing As he placed his arm about her waist
\, and I ? What \01111I11111" matter further at With Monsieur and drew her to him their breath mingled,
A Voting ones: and in this: particular instance: you turned to leave her, as though, as a 1I'scnt ,
[n' f af' he wished to impress: upon Mr. Lynethat ho "Don't !don't !" cried Mr. Jones. "You of course, she would faint forever or, at de 8lec I: give him un an- and sweeping round to the insidious strains,
', was acquainted with Ids subject shouldn't do it. I'm an older man than any rate, "come to" at her own sweet will, swer at '! convenience"Putting she leant on him more than was absolutely
p4, ;j"" "It's all very well for you cold-blooded you. I've seen more of the world, and 1 sho rather surprised him by reviving on the Jone1-l' arm within his! own, Mr.Lyno neetu1 The music temj>ted them to Fairy
:..f, Y,1:! ? Yankees to talk liko that. Women may\ bo tell you we shall bo getting; into an awful instant sitting up, and rubbing her eyes: us marched him out of the room. They their rhythmic movements completed -
I.,'. !'' '0 bought and sold, I don't dispute it, und mess if wo don't look<< out" naturally as though just: aroused: from her ,:stairs to Jones' bedroom; when they the charm
:i Homo men may bo had at a price, upon u (letting into an awful messhtilamno: beauty sloop. reached\ it and Lyne had closed the door, .If life were all a dance, if the music wasalways
." pinch ; but there are women who are ns far looked upon amazement/ whether genuine Where am I ?" asked! Madame<< ; "whatis a Mr.: Jones gave vent to all that was upon\ playing, whom would you choose to
'i" t above J'ubls-or their equivalent-as-as or not was more than Jones could tell. the matter with ns all ?" his mind. be your partner?"
.\; Mont Blanc i is above St. l'aut's-wullIen, indeed What do you mean ?" Monsieur took upon himself: to reply. Did yon over hear of such a thing in all She gave no answer, but, stooping her
.4 j ; who would as soon think of bartering There was pleading/ in her eyes and voice "That is a matter for our ,liscu"!. lolI. your life? Do you know that that idiot head: a little lower, the blushes mounted to
:r, .f their hearts for gold, jus\ -as they would of Mr. Jones could not resist lie felt that ho Monsieur Shoones, and I will have some Frenchman pretends I have behaved improperly her checks.: She understood what Jones conveyed .
: !' flying.", had gone too far."Of business to transact to his wife. He called mo ll1.luilr. and he, for his part, needed<< no reply.
1 Mr. Lyno rosa and laughed. He was nx-- course when I say wo shall get into Monsieur Shooncs felt that the "busi i- und I ilon't know what, sir! lie actually Hut everything has an ending, dances induced.
'" \ ious' to smoke his: cigarette: (hind manners! an awful mess: I don't mean anything- ness": reft'rrl'dtu. if it went so fur, would be struck mo with his cane! What do you The final dance was over and (the
J and the rule of the house; prevented him doing pleasant: / ," ho explained, sitting down; again, business: to him, but a ,pleasure to the other think of that, sir?" people passed into the moonlit night. Hut
.'' so in Madame: 'drawing-room. and drawing his chair nearer than was absolutely party. They remained looking at each other, "I think replied Mr. Lyn, affably smiling the intoxication of the scene lingered when
i 1i, "" t "Name them," he retorted "I give an t necessary. "You and I have been and for a minute there wassail awkward silence at his !! heat, "that a man can the scene had vanished and Jones and his
i ').' example of the one !lIlrt ;hit remains with capital friends: and: -and if we have gone for hardly, frt with a woman and knock her partner bore it with them as they went out
7 ( yon to provide an illustration of tho other" -for a little flirtation now and then, why, II. husband without expecting somethingto together. It was a bountiful night. The
"I'i' .!1.'S 1.\ Mr, June withdrew one hand, from under w 'rt' nono the worse for that." Monsieur: do Slecal was the first to break come of it further. I presume he means moon hung in full summer glory in the .
f. his coat-tails: and extending it in front of Yon shock me, )Ir. Jones. Married people tho : Jones &hllioll one side of the fighting ; urn I to act for you ? cloimjoss starlit heavens, and the sea lay like
;. him as became an orator, accepted the challenge. \ should never flirt !" )He might shock' table pause.his hands in his pockets, Monsieur: on "Fignting !" )Ir. Jones gasped ; it was (silver mirror at their right baud There
)' + her, but she showed few outward signs i unless the other, his cane tucked under his arm, more than ho could-relish. Do you mel\I was the calm of a perfect summer night
1 hen I namo Miss Cheshire! 1 Agnes I an arch smile hovering round her lips his bunds behind his hack. Madame: sat on light due?" upon thc world, and this, coming out of the
Cheshire sir, is a woman who can only be i and a side glance from the corner of hereycsmight the couch, apparently bewildered. I, not?" Mr.: [ Lyric shrugged his whirl of music and of voices had its charm. '
1 I bought with une price, tho price of affection bo taken to bo such. "Monsieur! Miooncs, may I venture to inquire shoulders. Ho saw no objection ; it would Jones and Miss Cheshire lingered as they '
I, !Iller heart is heart I it would be a '[1'hllt' just what I fool 1 exclaimed :\1 r. what i is this conduct of yours? It is form a pleasant variety :\ ):. and! passed arm-in-arm beside the shining sea.
privilege, to win There can only be one sort Jones" that's just what I fool. Now what only one thing that 1 ask ; it is: that you af- should it become worth his while to publish I shall not forget this night," he said, in
of bar: cr for her, the barter of love for love !" would your husband sav. if ho were to t find ford mo satisfaction" his journal (the incident might be imbeddedin voice which could reach her ears alone, "as
f You think o1"Ir.: smiled he out ?" .Of I live"
Lyne us His manner nas at once polite and severe; a telling chapter. course YOU might long as
i placed his cigarette between his lips and Madamo: : clasped' her hails with a little cry his words dropped from his lips: one by one ; run away, but that would hardly look nice; Miss: Cheshire's tones were as soft as his
looked at Mr. Jones with his sleepy eves. Oh, what has: ho not said already what: ho steal rigid as a statue, fascinating Jones besides, he might run after y Ott." own There was a tremble, too, in her
f "On what grounds?" has he not threatened! Ho has seen it all, with his glittering; If he hud in any There was a cold-bloodedness about Lyne voice, which he could not but catch.
'. On wlhatgrounLs. ?" exclaimed !he oh, what is it he tires not ? He eye. not Jones' ta to. Had has been
Mr.Jones.: says ; say degree, lost his lie did not disclose which was to > any one It a very happy time, but why
'' On what grounds sir? Look at her eyes IS cruel, cruel and ho says he will be rerevenged the fact. His dignity temper, was imposing his told him that among his continental experiences do you speak as though it would be over*
; IiU Look at her not>! I ook at her lips! Look -4 with horror"': "with horror'onyou calmness i-rushing. That fury which :Mad would figure a ,dud he would have You are not going: away?"
at the whole expression: of her countenance! amo had portrayed was conspicuous by its told that person that he or she was fit for Not-uot"_ Jon(' voice was rather
j Look at her forehead I A forehead like that, Madame threw up her hands us though absence.: Jones was in a fix Hodlam. Ye he seemed standing remarkably choky, he had something to and he
Mr, stamps woman\, like-like the hall she was appealing to the unseen [I'owcrs and I1 It'f mark does gold.l Mr.: Jones sprang from his seat' as though: moan ? Fight; Not if I know it I'm not was, Lyne treated it as a mutter of ('oure. right in saying it ; not at present Before
Mr.: Lyne said nothing, but moved toward :some one had struck him unaware*. a fool sir l hook here, Monsieur, I declare What Jones gasped at he received a I do go I trust-I trust that 'O\ and I will
the door the ;ghost of a smile upon his lips. )Eli: ?-oh ?-you dull t mean tn" say that to von that there is no more between me gentle smile. Mr. Jones conjured up dim have understood each other better"
t4r I When he reach! !lit ho held up his cigarette, Monsieur: de Slecal is: annoyed about you anal Madame :Slocal: 11.IIIIIthIthere is recollect ions of Bret Harte's stories of ruffians Do not we understand each other now ?"
t and turned to Mr. Jones. and' me1She between me ami the !Sultan of Turkey I l 1" right and lef with smiling i This wasa question asked innocent I y', all!
iLb1 a1 "I'm Koinj; to have: "a smoke upon thesands was standing up also, and they were appeal to you, Madame<< have I-have I their and sentimental c coming from when Miss Cheshire saw the meaning which
; will you come? face to face. over maid<<' to you a word! which your husband films. He concluded that.they were it might convey)' she could have bitten her
: "No," said Mr. Jones ; 110, thanks I Annoyed !-..thut 1 is not the word! He is miuht not have heard ?" types of Americans in general and that tongue out for speaking.. She blushed red
l" seldom smoke at this"time ; besides:. I have a inflamed with ,passion, and he swears that Monsieur: still btatuesqnc; removed his JetrcJalle! Lyne was moulded in their as a rose, the more so as Jones seemed in no
BeNil letter or two to write. he wIIII'ave your lifo! Hut what docs that stick from beneath his arm and tupped Mr. lk hurry to answer. The moonbeams took no
Mr. Lyno went and Mr.: Jones was left/ m\tter-tllls: with one of those, smiles Mr.: Jones significantly upon the shoulder."Monsieur In the end Mr. Lyne was ('olli.ionCl to pity but shone down bright)' on her crimson
behind, lie did not appear in a hurry to Jones used to think irresistible; he has not : : Shooncs! you will leave Madame receive all communications his name and cheeks Hut Mr. at lat,
; u wri'o |ant! letter or two of which he had pn it yet." de Slecal I out of the matter If you area to act on his behalf. This was comfortable 441 hope we understand each other. I is
r u..i fopa, uut remained where Mr.: Lyne hadleft But Mr. Junes did not view it in that light. gentleman, Jonsleur: y'on will understandthat for Jones: who when he was left alone, vtas that though which has been very pleasant
00"qm him balancing himself upon his toes Ho vva }paiing up and' tl'Iwlthe room, try 1 will accept nothing\ but satisfaction plunged into the deepest nielancholv. He to 11\ ere long J hope we
and heels, a f..voritl.trkk of Mr. Jone lie lag to digest the news as best he could tho Do Steeals still wear swords. Should you proceeded to make his wi, a he told him- understand) each other even better Mis
t was! engaged in thought. U matters u treat Ilt'allu mo. I assure, refine I will I'umpel( i you to accede." self glomiy. "in cae anything lih Cheshire-Agnes-" for the frt time he
tit t Since his: arrival in Iloulogne he had met you and I can assure him that 1 had no "(',njM'l: I me! 1 never hoard such non- ( half his ) called her .\gl\l. and pausing od face to
t with two objects of interest, and both of more' idea of such u thing than-t bun I had' oft sense null\ my lifo l>o vein Mippo.se that wealth to his mother, the other half to Miss f:( with her beside the sea; "whatever
them were feminine. The first was the lady *>alinj;. the monument. It's nroposterous I-I I, a man in the\ oftico of !putihu works- .Agnes Cheshire, expressly: inserting that the happens, whatever comes, believe-believe
of whom Lyne had spoken us having been You don't mean to say that he thinks( woaw have: <-omo uvor hero t I make lunatic of latter would heart a well had time bt of me"
.11,1! ), cumin >u ('ustUlIwith tho French in love with each I he been left alive to offer it.
C* ? a other myself? Wlu-n, 1 d., ti :ht vu may stake This documenthe Cheshire looked at him, surprised.
J J liar n irate wa Madame do Sloeal, and she It wasu plain question, to which shooould I your last ill.ng! it will bo mt 1tSi'crack: signed with his finest handwriting, in. There was something in his face and in his
wa a fine example of thei-harmhu) I ; FrenchwnMuti not hud' it ill her hurt tu give a plain anbwor. bruiiusl ;;r"lIll.h than these If you think scribing it "The Lust Will and Testament of words she did not understand. He had taken
: :She not only was beautiful, with I Tu her the p i'sitialr i was quite as it vuur fee1ui.ru \voundod then, us un EnglUhmau lleorgu Junes Esq.: late of the Olive of I'ub- her hand in his and held it still, as they
S that piqxtnt. ; beauty her testers are famousfor ., should bt.. She Ind" H French wonrui' love a.1.1 u gentleman, I offer you an lie Works, Spring hardens. London.. S. W.To wert doe together *
; !be ,put only knew how to dress her far questionable 1.\\>-11I..1111"; ,,,..l a 1"I"h V .l 1,WVu -" Lie opened in cm'.e of luvidout." .\\ hat i N jroinjr to Kappnl'hat is
t e>i'ity IterU.t1oU1, | hut her charms of m-in- of t uiedy was the one thing: waiitm,;. i. ,. uIHI"n'! \lul\.II.trs: |i";ie (hill- I Then he dwMwl to \Hi. three ht"n f"tie c'olil ? Of what are you utraid?
X31S "' tier werv ojuji la her charm of 1ICr'eo. II! ivr alien: I toll you ? Jl-iw t-a.i y"II : n'. ..-I u d.u.'id.sl' sneer. "I I* M>ui'icur I i t Ids mother, one t ,:lh !lirl t I ..\.ui,1: ,r be I rtpluni 11\ing her wants ,




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j not I'' Then lie should fight as he thought proper. OnI I Jones. .Ire you going to do what I tell PENHACOLA. AND ;:t'MOlt.AN it i x i: -orr

alVIflg er l to ./sndlen impulse w htho Calonbert insinuating that the object of this: you, or shall I save: you the I rouble?" JACKSONVILLE[ : HAllOn ,"'.\\: .

| >t resist-"Agnes Agues t tell me- partial disrobement was not only to givefree Thinking, possibly, that the English: gentleman and after Monday, May 2, 1881 Trainson { : |,

f Si line arUng! that love me !I"Silence. action to t the limbs but also to show thnt!. i t was touched Iin I the brad: t the servant this road will run dally as follows: ,,,, 1- \
People )you gone on and left no unfair defence was concealed beneath, retired 11111Ir.. Jones had another' Intervalof ('tV

standing' : there. The sea broke gentlyagainst Jones tore oil' his coat and waistcoat and loneliness and impatience. Why didn't (IOIXU WEST.Leave .

them the wall and that was the only would have torn oil' his shirt also if Lyne they bring up, that bill? What was that Lake City..........12.30 p.m.

: n: 11. The all the stars werekel' had: not stopped him. woman up to? Was! this the way n hoarder 1.l'I'l'.ellorn............. 1.20 p.m.
)ing Watch, while the tale of love was "I call you to witness," exclaimed Jones: was to be treated? Who was going to takedown Leave Houston....... .. Lab P- u __
f 'ii'iu' li h when the sword wai in Ids hand and all was! that portmanteau? .\IIII.I\llu'o\lfu. .j-- ------- S. JI\H. STEIMSIII1I5)
toll n him she would not meet his eyestslie; n'allflr the fray, "that if I kill De Slecalit lion of thought, 1t[r. Jones\ :stamped up and ATrivo Li\e"oakT.7..T.\ 2.1H p.m. u
fore ; Leave !Live O.ik.......... 2.30 .
trembled sun acted as maidens have acted will not be! my fault, because, if it had down his room ns though every one was to p.m.
times beyond: knowledge before-day. Then been question for my consideration you blame but himself. Leave Custer........ ..... 2.18p.m.. __ __ __ Will leave Cedar Key

she r'raised her head, and the light which was wouldn t have caught me lighting in a When Madame: Houtiton did appear she A."H'11 Ellavillc: ............ :n.'W: \ p.m.
in her eves needed no words to tell the story. hurry, and if he kills me it will be the clear- explained to him, politely\ enough: that his Leave Madison: ............ t.4.r {p.m. FOR NEW ORLEANS EVERY OTHER
.. George, you know I love you." cst case of murder since Cain killed Abel.. agreement was not by the day but by the -i.: : Fill DAY. '
Leave Greenville......... f. -pm.
"My love I My love! My own, own love !l" Calonbert looked indignant, the doctor week, and his time was not yet up. What.llitl
........ ... (0.10
1 u Jones put out his arms, and, spite' of all aghast t,, De) Slecal frigid Even Lyne felt that that matter to him ? He was willing to "'pay IA'aveIldlla. ? -p.m-- .-- -

who might be there to sec, clasped, her to this was not quite as it should be, but he for the time which wasn't t up. And when Leave lrifton:......:.; UO p.m.,:

him, raining kisses on the lips which, as of was so utterly at sea that if they had taken he had seen Iris portmanteau carried down Leave Monficello[ ......... fi.60( p.m.Leave FOIL KEY WEST; AND HAVANA

roiirse, found out the raee''his lips. Therevrw to blackening each other's eyes there would he did pay, Madame Bl>ut lon concluding -- -Lloyd's- --- --..--.-.--..-...--7.15--p.tl1.I.l'u'e r- KVKHY OTHER SATURDAY.
his have been his But from his that the servant not
a passion in a clinging tenderness no objection on part manner was
Chalros'...... ...... 7.40
prompted by something she did not Calonbert knew his business better far wrong in dl'cnrillgon! l'ur Shoones to p.m. -
know. "I would Mate that the remark of Monsieur be a little crazy. rrl'rlll ll1l (' 8.25 p.m.

When they parted that I night I his farewell Shoones is improper ; his flairs are in Then he rushed' full! speed down the stairs, Leave Tallahassu':: ........ 8.60 p.m. i PARSONS HALE: Agents

words were these: "God bless you, my darling the hands of Monsieur[ Lyne. If Monsieur! though it was not yet 10 o'clock. No breakfast Leave_ Midway( ........... 0.3! }p.m.Leave .____ ,
and keep us both alive." Shoones refines satisfactionwaving his for him. Not only was he not hungry: Quinry...;.10.28 1 I 0-13t Ccilar Key Fla.SEMMEIt' .

TI'lev and the manner in which lie. said arm, -there is all the country for him to but face the other boarders was more than Mt. Pleasant......11.01 p.m.Leave
therm:lingered long after in her memory, run away." he could do. At the foot he met Miss! Che p.m. ______ SCIIE1)iULE: !
of after events disclosed the Come I !I" cried Jones shire. the of her ho stood aghast! Arrive(, Chatfa. River.7.11.50 .>nU01XU .
when the light on come on waving At sight p -
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meaning which was hidden to her then. In his so near the general's nose! for in the terror which possessed= him she ---- ------- -- ---- TUB STEAMERS

her prayers that night she included that of !, that that gallant officer sprang at least three hail slipped away entirely from his IIICIIIIIT\'. : Wr-ST: -ST. MAUKS MVtSIOX. __ "
her lovers that God might keep them both feet backward ; if De! Slecal wants to fight, What is the matter? What; is wrong? V ----'f- "- '_

1\1I"c. or anybody else, won will find George: Jones You are not going; away to leave us ?" ((7tterthtf7'lttn'. d/f8 anil Saturdays.) ST. JOHNS J g CITY POINT))
When Jones reached his room he found is not the one to balk his wishes.: And Miss\ Cheshire laid her ha\lllupon his Leave:\ Tallahassee. 0.00 a.m. l! l t

awaiting him upon the dressing-table a lit. This, it appeared, wus equally Irregular.Mr. arm. 1 ler prt'SenClher voice and her touchacted Leave ('hat tlllllllll'lll.('. II.In. .

tIc note, scented, in a three-cornered envelope Jones had no more! right to issue indiscriminate on him as ft charm to wake him from Arrive :St. Marks[ .10.35a.m.GOING .

sealed at the back, a dainty cream in challenges to mortal combat than a dream. He stared at her, bewildered. Not _. -- .

color, and dainty lady's writing on its he had to attack the party all round. Lyne only was he flying from his punishment R.+sT. Sys .

front. Jones knew the hand at once ; it was tried to impress upon him.-as well as he but from his love as well. He gave a cry of Leave (,hath\. River.... 4.301l.tn. ,
from Madame dc Slccal, but t the sight of it understood himself that everything must anguish, and shrunk from her. Leave Chattahoochee... 4.3! a.m. t \

did not please him, as was once the case be arranged by the seconds, and that gentlemen Agnes, do not touch me My God, what Lcave11.. Pleasant: ..... 5.15a.m. .
He snatched[ it up and tore it into little kill each other with courtesy and have 1 done?" __ ____ _. ___h______ "
pieces without troubling to sec what it con- good breeding. At last the principals were What had he done? It was a question sheasked Leave Quincy.............. r' .;. leave Fernandina for Jacksonvill

tained, and dropped the fragments on the got into position, and Calonbert gave the as well as he. All she knew was that Lt'lIvQlidwnr.:: ............ 0.41 a.m. \Y TILL and Palatka, and intermediate landings .

floor. signal to commence. she loved him that he seemed to her in trouble Arrive Tallahassee...... 7.30 a.m. on the St. John's River and Savannah
Fool that I am I I have thrown my life Jones attitude was a study lIe stood that it was for her to sympathize. She Leave Tallahassee....... 8.00 a.m. and Charleston! as folows: : ,
away for such as her, while happiness has broadside, not sideways to the enemy, hold leant forward, laid her hands again upon his: h_ .
been waiting at my doors I If I could only ing his sword over Ins shoulder, somewhatin arm, and whispered almost in his oar, Leave Chaires'...:: ,:.... 8.43: a.m. From Fernandina

have my time over again, if I could only un i he fashion the woodman holds his hatchet "George, tell me. What is it? Do) not be Leave Lloyd's............. 0.03 q.iu.
live the life I have lived-bah I To-morrow when he chops down trees. De Slecal, an afraid!f I am here-and-and you have my lfonticcllo......... 0.00 a.m. AND PALATKA,

morning I shall be a dead man !-a dead old duelist skilled in every trick of fence love. What has happened? Tell mo, Leave Priflon............. t>.45a.m. j&- EVERY WI DNESDA Y.1i.\.
scoundrel for I may have broken Agnes' looked astonished His attitude was as it George-perhaps I can help you ; if I cannot
heart I To think that I love mv love and should be, only there was no sword to cross you know I at least can comfort." Leave Aucilla.............10.10 ".111. From Fernamllna

she loves me, and yet I am standing face to his own. Hut by no law of dueling can yoU Comfort I-you comfort me I-Do you Leave (lre.1l\.ille..l0.35. u.m.
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face with this awful thing I Oh, it cannot compel your antagonist to fence as you )like know that I "- Leave Madison...........11.40 a.m. FOR SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON:

be! and net as he likes, especially when that antagonist He did not finish. Some one coming Leave EIlayille..12.55 p.m... 0.30 a.m. &&- EVERY FRIDAY.tS
Mr. Jones sitting at his dressing table, put is as ignorant as in the l present case ; down stairs from behind laid his hand upon
his hands before his face to think. so Jones followed the bent oLlns own sweet his shoulder and stopped him. It was Lyne. Leave Custer.............. 1.22p.m. Close connection! made with steamers for .

fancy. 0 He was starling for the station, en/ route for Arrive Live Oak......... 1.401'.111. Mcllonvillc and Enterprise also with steamers

III. It was the old story told over again. The Paris. Seeing them together he suspected Leave Live Oak.......... 2.10 pju. for Ocklawahii River; also at Savannah

The morning was fair as had been the pre skilled boxer is beaten by a man who never that their conversation might be of top Leave Houston............ 2.32 p.m. with steamers for New York Philadelphia,

ceding night. The sun, rising as the moon put on gloves ; the trained swordsman i"nUllplus'd ics in which he was interested, and I did not Leave Welborn........... 3.00 p.m. lloston and lialtlulorc and at Charleston with
went down, lit the world from the same by a novice. So with M. do hesitate to interfere. steamers for New York\ Philadelphia, Haiti-
cloudless The breath of Arrive-I lkeCity.:::.;.:. 3.45: p.lil------ and with
sky. early morn Slecal and.George Jones. This one's ignorance "You are what? with his easy laugh. more, Northeastern & youth Carlo-
mingled with the breezes from the sea, and made useless the others science. Yes! Miss Cheshire, :\Ir. Jones and I arc' 001 NO F.AsT-sr. MARKS DIVISION.Tuivdaif linn Railroads for routes North, East and

there was that sweet buoyancy in the air so Jones cut and hacked- and slashed In every both departing, not exactly of our own accord ( Thursdays and Satttrdays! ) I West.l"IHSTCJ.ASS.
welcome in the dawn of a summer tl.1\". All\ direction round and
was calm and beautiful. rushing round DC Sle hut because circumstances seldom Ix-avo, St. Murks..........................12.05 a.m. PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS. -
The duel to take at six. Jones cal, making him whirl. round like u teetotum. kind-drive us! away May hope that I Leave Wakulla...........................12.30 11.tl1. .
was place How it in the confusion be allowed look forward]
who rose at an early hour, felt nature's garbof could hardly happened'te\1. They saw DC Slecal's he may of meeting Miss to Cheshire. upon to the a future pleasure Arrive Tallahassee....................,.. L40p.nn0 Through Tickets: and Staterooms secured

beauty almost! a mockery. He was in a sword saw Jones strike him day? Mv country and nil {information furnished at office, corner '
snap someWIllll own --
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sullen, obstinate mood, disinclined! l! to see .I.n.'" .n.. 1./ .1. 1.1. u Centre and Second streets.:
} -, \V Illlll 11I1UIT ll|' Ilia U1IU3: illlll lull What Mr.[ Lyne was to observe of his own '
goon in anyunng. \> ny, ne asKc i niniscii, down upon his back country history docs not say for stopped, Both East and West bound trains meet at UO-ly C. A. NOYES.

should the day smile to see him die? And, "Is he dead. ?'* asked Lyne, suddenly remembering us )Ir. Jones had done before him, but for a avery Live Oak and! connect with 2:45: train on Sa-

in failing to answer that question I he dashedhis that if ho were it would be"awk different reason. The hall door wasopened vunnali, Florida it Western Railroad for For Tn in pa amid Key 'Nest
boots upon the floor, and sought, for a ward for seconds as well!! principals.; and three people entered-General Savannah and Albany.

clean shirt to fight in. "He I is not dead," said the doctor, examining Culonbcrt, the doctor and Monsieur de She Passengers! for Chattahoochco River liontsconnect VIAr11AMI'l

It was nearly lf past five when Mr. Lyne the prostrate De Slecal: '. but Monsieur[ cul-Monsieur de Slecal, perhaps: ti little pale, with steamer Rebecca Evcringhamevery SIcaiiiMhlp, CO'S LINE;
came in to see if he were ready. That gentlenau'sunruffled Shoones had better return to England." but upright us: ever and walking as though Thursday for Aimlachicola' Fla., and

countenance and perfect The answer was su gefotive.Ir.: Jones nothing inconvenient hud happened to hint every Saturday for Columbus, Oa., and I- u-
ease was a fresh aggravation, and Jones felt stood as one in a dream, his sword red at Mr. Lyne stared and :Mr. Jones stared ; i it faula, Ala.Connects.
inclined to tell him that it was the duty of a the tip, still in his hand staring ut the little was as though some ono had, risen from the with steamer O. Ounby Jordan
second to feel in exactly the same frame of group around his fallen foe. Mr. Lyne dead. Seeing their amazement the doctor every Sunday for Apalachicola' 1''la., and

mind as his principal. turned to him; bidding him bestir himself I put his liQiid to his side curl laughed.; fleet: every Tuesday for Columbus, and Eufuulu '
"I could not see yon last night-I was in and prepare! for departure. the General smiled; only Do Slecal remained Ala.

bed before you came in ; but, as we have no lIe is not dead ?" he asked, as though grim as ever. It was like a scene from u Connects at Lake City with trains on the -
weapons, I have arranged with Calonbert he had not heard the question and answer. comedy. Florida Central Railroad for Jacksonville -

that" they' shall provide the swords.: .' 'No he is not dead, hut "-with shrug )Iny wo innuire.." said Mr. Lyne, when and St. Johns River Fernandinu and Cedar CARRYING THE 11. S. MAIL.ONE .
Let em. What do I care? I never han of his shoulders"it's on the cards. he had regained the power of speech"what Key. WILLIAM 0. AMES: ,
dled a sword in all my life I But what does Mechanically\ Mr. Jones dropped his we may understand from this?" Uencral Passenger Agent -
that matter so long as they are satisfied?" sword, put on his walstcoast, coat and hat "This understand 4
you may the -'---'- -- -
replied of the
Mr. staunch and elegant Steamers
'i Lyne shrugged shoulders.
You had the buffered Lyne to put his arm through his, doctor, "what you see. Our rher :Monsieur FOR SAM: the above Lino will leave Cedar
choice of weapons. You and lead him off the field. Key
chose swords." i is not hurt as we wore afraid. No doubt hi- : HOUSE CONTAINING every Monday at 4:00: p. in., for
"Supposing he's dead
groaned Jones ADESIRAULE
what call it
as ?tripped. Monsieur
"Yes, for your sake not mine. If it had they hastened toward the town. you Closets! front Piazza,
have Shoones l, he cut the skin, but it was the fall large Yard Lemon Tampa, Maualcc
been pistols it would been ten to one I Let us suppose nothing so unpleasant. not the wound hurt :Monsieur." Orange, and Banana ,
should have shot you instead of that mur- The best thing you can do I is to pack your And the doctor waved his hand and Trees. Centrally located. Good title, etc. Ami Ilraldciitowu
dering le Slecal. A mitrailleuse what For further particulars inquire ut this ,
was trunks and cross by next boat to the other laughed again. The end
we wanted, so that it could do for us all in shore. I shall was just us much ofllee. 4tfIlivt'r and and .
go probably to 1'aris. I had a joke to him as had been the beginning every Monday Thursday at .400:
a intended remaining another week, but it's Far I>. m. for a
more of a joke to Jones. Miss[ Cheshire and //recur-Nlcautboa/K.:
Mr. Lyne laughed. His experience in not worth If
risking. he does die the stared from .
scarcerwe to
one the other with total d -- -
these affairs was necessary limited ; he sup make ourselves the better for u Piuita ItttMNu uml Key West.
our con ve- lack of comprehension. What was it abort'The ? MALLORY'8 .*
posed it was quite the for "
proper thing a gentleman nience.
in Mr. Jones' position to fly into a Jones made no answer. lIe had prepared and :Mudamo: had crowded Houtiton out into the from passage the FLORIDA H'I'I ,\JIHIII1- -
So peeped ',I1VI .
passion. he
waited while
patiently his for but Connections
a tragedy a tragedy in another di landing. mado at Cedar Key with tht
/ was as good as
a rurec show and
finished his
toilet raving at every rection. This took him aback. The stain more mysterious. Florida Transit Railroad from and to all

thing, from toothbrushes to bootjacks, from of blood was: upon )his! hands: not upon The effect of the surprii\l-joyflll\ Only lrft IJno to Now York. points North and West; at Punta Russa with
Do Slecal to his own folly. Finding the another's. This was surprise, Steamer for Fort
so completely a surprise we need hardly say- Jones Myers, Fort Ogden, and
upon was
looking-gKss reflected his singu
fiery countenance that he Pine
as Level
yet was not able to realize tar Ho
he struck it with the hair brush and cracked what recognized lira t that he was free
it would
mean to him if the Through Tickets
worst from arc on sale Fenian-
guilt, and then that he
it down the was free to '
started for the centre. of Shortly action.after that they sued. He was only aware of one thing, that love. And when ho recognized that latter dims, Jacksonville! Gainesville: and Cedar
scene the sooner lioulogne and he parted the bet- fact he Key ut greatly reduced rates for all
threw .
It was on the left of he town beyond the ter it would be. out his arms, in his impulsive av' principal
points the Gulf
fashion on Coast.J. .
and drew :hiss: Cheshire
KUblissemcnt the hills. No -an aston
among particular When
they arrived at
the boarding-house M. GALPII1N
. had fished victim-toward him, kissing her Gen'lAg't,
spot selected but it had been his friend on
hurried 13
hil11l1J. tair leaving him the THE; FINE; STEAMSHIPS Cedar
and Key Fla.
arranged to meet outside the town and thenprocl'cll with the brief reminder that the boat left eyes hard's anywhere. ,
together until at That was upon Miss Cheshire, but "'I s"'J:nX
a spot was found. ndd-day, to his own reflections. Ti\\S,
They funnel their Instinctively good fun for the boarders l. who grinned J P'ST. MARY'S
antagonists awaiting their I lie locked the door and. sat dmvn. .. .. nt..n ..___._ \a.i_._, tl4ttA, .1..ln.1.. ..... .. ...... ;.n.II.. ... it A.A or CAIT.. HINK."I. :".(, RIVER'S
arrival three -- -- "'' .. .. .....>.. *n
"I' u ..
-Da his'second ,
; Slecal (jell.IW. Ins bed -- --
to .
think. Uy degrees consciousness ..' ,... __ a 1'.. .._ __ _"- __ _
.j' Gal.? ( nhE'rL ft ml. n a.),.,.... returned case might 1 he. Jones did not euro either J a /J.114a1111''C .
e On-their t ; 'meeting; everybody raised life hat If he and dies-If he saw he things dies, I plainer.murdered him. way and I perhaps, having been given due (:I'f)' 01' J\41.\H, 4J..U. C illlll'AI.Time

and bowed to time for consideration: Cheshire did not
ever'body-all formal and That
correct. s a comfortable thing to know. And care much either. CAI'T, RISK.

De Slecal seemed if what becomes of Agnes and all my dreams? As fur ourselves, in Jones arms will of the above
possible, stiller than What shall I seem to her. with his we ONE Steamers will leave @
ever us though he could not bend his back upon my hands? What to ? blood leave :Miss: Cheshire, and Jones as well. ) for New York every Thursday 1
myself What
to save his life. General Calonbert was a to all the world? Oh Junes! Madame Houtiton still carries on her hoard on arrival of afternoon trains from ,-
fire-eater of a different type. He had won a fool you are!" what ing-Irouse. :Mr.: Jones is: !still! alive, and Mrs.[ Jacksonville and Cedar Key.

fame in the Franco-Prussian war and, if He buried his face in his hands Jones. There is a Master Jones, called Jef This line, having no transfers to make BTEAMEKHI'I

report spoke truly had done wonders in as with the palsy. Another thought trembling frey James, after his gill I folt her. Jeffrey James bet Wl'cn O fit A MAUTIIA
leading on his meil-from the rear. lie appeared to him. He started came Lyne. at present residing 'in New York city. ,
to treat the whole up, flinging his bands Possibly some day when he has reached FERNANDINA Captain RICHABIWOK. Captain --. .
thing as a splendid from him, his countenance white AND} NKW: YORK,
joke and this view was shared by his friend, My God! Will they ai" death. years of discretion, the parental Jones will -
hang ?
the doctor, a stout, jolly red-faced gentleman .Hang him? Would they? Itwasaques.me tell the filial Jones the story of that duel Oners the pSf DAILY FS RVICE.-
who clapped Jones on the back assur lion to which his I upon the Houlogne sand bills, bow it came
ing that this would be the first duel which the law enabled him imperfect to give knowledge of I about and bow it ended.-Lrmduii (irnjiftic.WALKISUKTICKH. BI' &T AND CHEAPEST: : TRANSPORTATION -
no answer. Hut The
had been fought since he was in the town. the thought; of such TO Flora leaves Fernandina for St. Iarj'i
a jxjssibility! first I.'J.JHlU.HJlU'l'JmS.
Whereupon Jones stopped short, and asked the bJJNlln his veins then it froze .-To break ufl'a branch River landing) every Monday, Wednesday
if he meant to insinuate that there bad beenno through them with increased sent Coursing: for defensive purposes, a* Crusoe did on Vegetables! and Fruits and 'rida-ll'turniug on Tuesday Thursday -
velocity. A fit will receive
idiots there before be finding himself on an unknown bland "'special and Saturday.
came. of terror ,
"I think remarked Calonbert, as they manteau came threw on it him. He went to hU t>ort- would be one of the lir>t acts of primitive care in handling.. Tlio Martha leaves Fernandina for earn! i

reached a part where the ground sloped to a IHM&essiou helter-skelter open and flung in his man. .\ rudu supjiort of this kind would PASSENGER: ,points every Tuesday, Thursday and Batur.

little dale, tolerably level, hidden from the neither how he put them in, anyhow caring. soon bo followed by the pilgrim'u staff: familiar ACCOMMODATIONS ARE duy-rl'tnrniug every Monday. Wednesday
nor for the condition to 1.1 HST-C[. and }'ri
surrounding country by the higher lands in which us: in pictures of the patriarchs! ; .ASS. ay.
they would be
"that mbject to Monsieur Lyne's approval, likely to and I from these early staves down to the
emerge. Only
this will suit our purpose." night. one thought possessed him- gold-headed cane of our modern dandy, The trunliJl"llllIe are offered tho advantages Through Jllll of Lading

Mr. Lyne agreed. Ills cue was to agree to Ills what a variety of waikiug-stleku have been of a }DIRECT LINE, WITHOUT
picking was
anything within bound, he bavin,; as much littles time \\.hen it process which occupied produced. according to the fancy and fashion ANY CII.XO J':: Connections made at by MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to an)
idea of how a duel ought to be conducted hot, and the wa concluded he was of the time When in 1701, fiNJtlllen attend 1-ernandina with all steamboats fur all points on the St. Mary's. '*
as he had of erspiration stood on his face. !lug gentlemen points on the St. John's ,
fighting one !himself. lie only He this were forbidden! to carry Ot-klawaha, and
knew that Re had to {place his man: in front which recognized it would not be to advisable be a condition in I swords, those quarrelsome' were Indian Rivers!, and with the Transit Rail. lode Connection

of the other man, put a sword in his! hand public so be sat to meet the usually replaced by a i orter'.Wt'llfICJIJ" II a road at 1-Vrnandina fur all railroad stations
and tell him to tight like blazes. After again to eye cool. He looked down tilt" the bed large silver handle," as it was then des and Gulf ports in FloridaFREIGHT made with the New York, Charleston tmd
which he opined, hU duty would be to look was nine o'clockamid watch-it cribed. Thirty years later gentlemen of Savannah Steamers. .
on", and see who stuck the other. boat started at twelve. Lyne bad said the fashion began, to discard! their swords and Ut : AND PASSENGER: RATISAS ;
\\e will\( place them." UnrVlo to control carry large oak ticks with
olwerve.1 GOOD
Calon. his great beads and ACCOMMODATIONS
impatience be LOW
bert while the doctor rubbed his: hand. and He bade the servant up who and rang the bell. ugly facet Carved thcn lIl. Ucfore very long INDIRECT LINES

grinned. "sideways to the sun ; that wigh'e \( that hU portmanteau aiuwered it see a competition arose between long ami short ,&Through Rates for PiwseiiKers. Kjtcursionfet* and.Tourii
each hi* (Uir bhare wa taken at once walking-stlckn and Villa of .
gome gentlemen will! find
down to the liking them to all this a
and 'ha very
that quay, to ask her mUtrew }M t.ll. atlr.&cUtriJ" as th t
M.imieur de Slocal took fur his bill. The a* lung an leaping-poles, as a satirist of the I scenery Is rand and
boarders For alligator: and other
off hU oat and were then at break. lusaage or fyrtlicr information
: his i1 waistcoat and turned up r o-Ht, The girl, surprised by hU day U'i, white others preferred) yard of to apply game are nLun uut. )
( vcs.l.yne suited: that Jones should appearance, varnwhe his manner and bU "mscrapedl taper( bound at .a Either of the
11. W. b
do showed
request SOUTHWICK can
| something of the her as one end with Agent *
told him name kind. Uut Jones tonishment by her look. wax thread t, and tlpt at the eliartere l rtf,4tXl.U..iou Iwrtiea at timt

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I., i[ TIIK) [ FLOUIDA i MiuiioiPRESIDENCY the other on an ice floe. The ship was eventually TOWX&OltOWTtt to street lamps and\ the houses of even the SEXA TOR IA L (JJ"I'OIt*.

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SA- Tu r1- ;, OCTOIJEfl-fJ, 1881. niter very great hardships: and were taken 1'1IF.ln AM ITS C.U'KKS. used the old tallow candle, with its spitting, A DESCUIPTION OK TIll MKTHOlm OF SOME liP

i. L, .. .. -- .. -, .. -- .- .. up) by whale ships. The recent census exhibited a very marked spluttering, greasy habits and its weak and OUU DISTINdfls-m.I! : SENATORS: ,
1 or, TIll; SEXATE. The Herald expedition, known as the increase in the )population of Northern trying attempts at giving light The lightwood There are very few men in either house 1

: The Republican partisans hi (the United Jeanette, consists of a well fitted. out steam towns and! cities! This: increase in population of the South is a sort of impromptu Congress who speak upon any iini-urtint of
} t the much than in the rural dis which has been in u' !and, measure without having made the nio;
oI I .. States Senate seem to have a mortal\ dread yacht, commanded by an officer of is greater gas light, long e, elaborate l'r<'pnration. The t
of a possible: )Democratic President. The assassination : United States navy It left San Francisco tricts. A visit; to these: Northern towns will requiring} as its only preparation the deft! sacked for books\, old ncwspapcr'files library \h rail.

i of Mr. (Jarficld has impressed about two years since and parsed into the also show nn\ increase not only of popula use of the axe, still gives its glowing, cheerful :. brought\ from their nooks, and cords of ore:\

( i them with the idea that fate may have in Arctic seas through Behring's Straits! and tion but a much greater increase of wealth light in thousands of homes!!, and, as our per are used in taking antes These IH'IM)
i ". : : store another calamity, and )1 lr. Bayard's was last seen in the neighborhood of and investment. This is owing to the establishment country people say, is "mighty handy" are have filled n set out speech, put in order and then you

w' ;' presidency of the Senate would in pitch case Wrangle Land. Nothing authentic has since manufactures, which give employment The wonderful consumption of petroleum David Davis, perhaps, more than am
I give the country for a few months a Democratic been heard of her. The United /States and necessarily add to population. :shows how largely it enters into the field of other Senator, indulges in manuscript! )

Vr President As ft Republican crank felt steamer Cumin has been recently searching Every': thriving city at the North is engaged, illuminating substances, and it may: probably .. care.)paring This even a is f fuve his-nnnnte inflexible speech rule with great 4
1) ". called upon to lti'lplnceIr, Garficld in the for her. in manufacturing some articles in generaluse. bo safely said that it is now more cxtcn-' been since he entered public life. After lie,
\ Stalwart interest, they evidently fear that During the present year Lieutenant Grcc- Formerly we understood manufacturesto lively used for illuminating purposes than I delivers his speeches, or rather after he tends
)" some other crank may wish to repeat the hey, of tho United States navy, has! been mean principally the manufacture of anything else. Its great cheapness brings it them, he hands his manuscript! to Mr: ,

h I It experiment, cither in the Half-Breed interest fitted out with an Arctic equipment, with cotton goods The shoes, hats, clothing, below the cost of gas: and its high illuminating Murphy it ,to the the Government!Senate stenographer Printing whosends
The the view of establishing a post at the I most farming utensil, carriages etc. makes it available for almost Oiliee.
t or the Democratic: interest.! only ) wagons power The compositors: never have any anathemas!
t way out of the dilemma lay in making Sen northerly point which could be reached on were made by hand! by mechanics, who were every purpose.: For domestic use the Hitch for the.Judge's/ ; writing, which is:,; large, dis
I : f ft ator David Davis, the Independent Senator I the western shore of Greenland\ The 1'ro- to be found in every village of five hundred cock mechanical lamp\ has obviated all the tinct and full of character
and displace carried the to their destination inhabitants.! all such articles to t the of kerosene. The lamps Edmunds! never uses notes, and once a
from Illinois, President pro tent /riu steamer party \\ are manufactured objections use speech' is out of his mouth hedlle n't bother
''7 Mr. Bayard, from ,nny possible brief by the old track of explorers, via upon an extensive scale by the are oC nickel-plated metal and nonexplosive.Fresh : his head about it. During all the years he
4 4ti succession to the Presidency Senator Jones, DaMn's Day into :Smith's: Soil nd. Ily extraordinary use of machinery in great central manufacturing air introduced at the base, is forced up ]has been in the Senate he has not revi-ed

I : of Florida in a brief speech, raised the question good, fortune, the 1''IIlcfound establishments' and the village tailor, through the lamp to feed the combustion single mind beforehand speech He, and turns never everything rises to addressthe in hi-

4 .' of the right of the Senate, after having open water in Smith's Sound and\ 1 parsed (hatter, tvagon-maker, plow-maker, etc., has and has also the effect! of keeping the lamp Senate without having weighed in the

r3 I t r rd once elected, President pro tempore, to through to t the 1 point where Hall's party diva.] l.1 c arc'd. Aged mechanics are nowhere cool. No chimneys arc required ; the lamp scales of his great mind what lie intends,

t rS change that election, and ably supported his wintered, making the passage, which usually to be Seen. Companies corporations have gives ft very :soft but powerful light, and saving

(' views! as our readers will perceive b1 his remarks has required til tlitt'-h t rl days, in about as engrossed 1 all the mechanical pursuits t and I the care of it is perfectly 1 simple. It is certainly Ben Hill! will f speak for The three hours without -
,. a scrap ) )paper. only )preparationhe l
r .s F published elsewhere.: Of course: witha many 1 ours. He is to/ establish:,; l himself i onshore as a rule /society at the North is fast falling the most complete and satisfactorylamp makes is marking\ references and tins.

.t ) partisan determination to carry through properly housed and 1 provisioned: into (the same: condition as in Europe. Castes ever invented for the use of kerosene: sages in this book' or that. I !have seen him 1

I 'r 1 f'f'I ; their programme, no argument which couldhe with a party of Esquimaux:';' i with dog!, to and classes: keep the mechanics who are employed oil time and again thunder away for two hours
i without stopping even for a glass of
made from the Democratic side of the prosecute the further exploration towards:,; in these various products within narrow Neither the electric light nor the gas light lie revises his :speeches, however! ; makes

b. Senate would have any Influence As the 3 the north pole with boats and sledges.:,; limits of employment! which they are will supersede the present\ general use of additions! and corrections n in a clear hand,

I i ir question is one of great Importance, and the Having been able to land abundant stores unable to leave. The division of labor the coal oil, which fills a place which nothingelse much like that of a college boy, and gives:

J views of Senator Jones 1 arc certainly in accordance in good order, and aided by the experienceof makes:, the mechanic: : master of but one sin.gh1 now known can compete with in cheapness the Hill printers has an astounding little trouble memory with his, and proof mi

with the practice ns well as the former Arctic navigators, it is probable operation, and be has neither the abilitynor and utility.EDITORIAL. man in public life, except Edmunds: has
\ spirit of our form of government, we are he will be able to accomplish all that is possible the capital to enlarge the sphere of his such imperturbability. only man who
J glad ho ha placed them on record distinctly. in that direction. There will be no operations or to set up for himself. In exceptional CORRESrOXDEXCE. could well. worry Hill or excite his wrath in

s ( We have no doubt we shall, someday difficulty\ in sending fresh supplies to him cases the exhibition of unusual I debate tickled: was Carpenter the late to Matt put sonic Carpenter adroit question Howit

see them quoted by the opposition, next season, the route and( navigation being skill and ability promotes individuals to a YORKTOWX cEunn.\TlOx-m..TJ\u'S TRIAL : at the Georgian; and get him confused
t arise which familiar. higher place and to become themselves hard thing Io do at time, but Carpenter
.. whenever circumstances may now \ eventually SENATOR: JONES1': S'EECIl-Il.\1I0SI: :, Ere: any
':- will make it politic for them to support his:' It Is, perhaps, not generally known that. corporators or managers, but with the WASHINGTON, October IS, 1C3J.: result often of an succeeded.irresistible And propensity it was more for fun the

I jI j views. the Arctic fisheries are very productive. rank and file there is one groove to run in The Yorktown celebration, which seemed than anything: else, for never was man who

As to Mr. D.ivis himself, the Republican Twenty more English steamers, principally and( no power to rise:,; out of it. Owing to at f fist likely to drag, now promises to be hail less malice than Matt Carpenter.
press: has until very recently indulged in avery sent out from Glasgow, annually visit the completeness of the common school The has He had heart as big ns a mountain. He
quite ucccssful- gnat difficulty
i cxeecl1in about \
"' considerable amount of sarcasm and those high latitudes to the whale these mechanics all who was particular Iiisspeech.Cs
pursue system are men\ been and s'ill is to food and shel-
\ provide when they were upon I legal questions.
ridicule upon Independent: position: fishery and to capture the seals, with which have received a fair common iI i astride of the fence with a general leaning the Arctic seas abound.\ )" they have little opportunityfor be present. A large portion of the visitors the Record he would back it to pieces, send
rf to the Democratic side A New York paper By the use of steam power, these :stout enlarging their circle of knowledge. will have to such shelter A the corrected proof hack, get a second, and
get as they can. treat it in a like manner His writing was
suggests that, as no possible crank will desire vessels are able to navigate; successfully these They read newspapers only, they get news large number\ of fi.ic steamers are engaged characteristic, hard to read-a rollicking,

to r'IIO'lrr.\ : Arthur to make room for icebound regions with comparative :safety, of all kinds, political, religious, criminal in carrying pnssengers down, and they will harum\ scaruin sort of fist-and n s udy to
i Mr. Davis as l'r<'l'ldentIr.:: Davis' election when sailing vessels would be exposed to very largely accidents\ burglaries murders each bo to hotel the printers. He used to say, "The shortest
equal a lage :
is the best road when] in
to the position of President lira tern of the very much greater dangers. In case of disaster and crimes of all kinds in a heterogeneous you are a
Washington is full of people on their way hurry ; and though he could write a fine,
Senata may bo regarded as a kind of life to an exploring expedition there is always mass-read to-day and mostly forgotten to- to the celebration, who stop over 'o visit the full, round hand he dashed off everythingat
protectorship for Mr Arthur Should Mr. a fair chance: of escape by floating out morrow. The grain of wheat in the ordinary lightning speed.
f Ii ;{.A.4 Arthur's lifo providentially terminate before on the extensive floes which drift to the newspapers' i is covered with bushels of capital. The railroads and the hotels are Another Senator: who, like Edmund"; ,
greatly) benefited by it. never revised' a !Sp'l'ch.'IIS Thurman. Occasionally
the expiration of his term of office\ and :Mr. south, until some whaling vessel is fallen in trash They do not digest or assimilate he spoke from but
,;: sa Davis survive! him to become President, it is with. knowledge and become partisans in politicsand The extra session docs not excite much interest the stenographer took down every word he

very likely that tho laugh would be on the In the meantime the uncertain fate of the infidels or zealots in religion. They live but political' speculation is rife as to said, as the old gentleman would forget his

Ii' ii iiI' Democratic side At all events thero was Jcanette keeps up public interest in these explorations in better houses, have better furniture and the complexion of Mr. Arthur's Cabinet, it manuscript and drift into extemporary eloquence.
Thurman though
never a graceful
1p. no special gain to the Democratic party in more signs of outward prosperity than any being now generally understood that ft new speaker, was always forcible He was, be.
I,[ having :Mr. Bayard in the seat now occupiedby Lieutenant Schwatka's expedition to King other people of their class: and limited Cabinet will' soon be formed. The Half- yond all doubt the ablest of the Democrats
I I : y Mr. Davis, and the position i in not bettered William's Land, in the vicinity the wreck means in the world.. The wife of the day- Brent press will withhold its criticism untilit and their leader from the time he entered
,1 ;: for the unless thereby of the Franklin while it did not of the i is seen how farIr.. Arthur wit'] go in unsettling the Senate.
:, I';; Republican, they expedition, laborer emulates the dress wealthy Bayprd works hard at his speeches, and\
,: I secure Mr. Davis' vote on their side ; reach the northern limits of previous discoveries classes ; cheap \imitations of till fabrics, :Mr. Garficld's arrangements. though he writes them out and follows his

,\ ."r !. which is doubtful as Mr. Davis will feel or add much to our previous knowledge 1- jewelry, etc., are manufactured in immense Baltimore has just had very successful manuscript closely, ho revises after proof is

ft I .,",. ',. ek obliged to rebut the suspicion of personal was chiefly valuable in confirming quantities and\ !find purchasers among this affair after the :Mardi-G-as: pattern which but taken.holds He the makes proof very few often changes until, however 2 o'clock

..'\. ., ends in acquiescing in his election McClintock's report and showing that it was class! Tho servant girl, who earns two dol- attracted great crowds to the city. Thcie in the moniing. as he !spends his evenings
II ,\I'. quite possible: for the European: to live in lars n week, in her Sunday dress can hardly seems to be now a great passion for celebration generally in social circles. lIe is good penman
a II ,J". THE AJWTIO EXI'EIHTIOXS. those regions, as the Esquimaux do, upon be distinguished from her mistress. This is :!. Yorktown will close tho Revolutionary writing anledium-sized running hand.
;1 Tho interior of Africa and tho Arctic regions Lamar I is! a great reviser cuts proof into
their centennials.
_ own resources.THK peculiar but not necessarily objectionable if ,,
tatters, writes a horrible hand, and tries the
seem to bo tho only fields of discovery it fosters a feeling of self-respect! instead of Senator Jones' speech on the nature of soul of a printer. Occasionally lie goes:';

.I left. Tho English have for over two : HUSH QUESTION vanity and discontent.We the office of President of the Senate]Ira ;C,1&. down to the Government Printing Office to
i ; hundred years been sending out expeditionsto Mr. U, S. Parnell, the leader of the Irish need more manufacturing at the South, has attracted; considerable attention /rom look after his speeches, which, when published
{I .1. those lce-bound seas, partly in the interest League, has been arrested! and placed in are vastly different from tho steno
but after all it is better that agriculture thoughtful men. It is quite likely (that the grapher's report of them.
k; of scll'nce11111\ partly in the interest of prison:'! upon the charge of inciting the Pl'OpIe should be our main dependence. The atmosphere Logan trick of unseating: Bayard and Senator Conkling seldom made a correction -
{ commerce. to obstruction of the execution of of his utterances in the Senate Chamber.
r aiit :,; of the country is better than that electing Mr. Davis, after Mr. Bayard bed
Within" the last twenty-five years the the laws. Mr. Gladstone's: Cabinet has certainly of the and a better of held) lIe is )perhaps the best extemporaneous
city developes type the place for only two days, will come speaker in the United States!! and even his
United States government has from time to shown boldness in the arrest of tile men. A fair distribution of population between back to plague the inventor. Should the remarks in running debate are splendid indices

I i: time sent out expeditions to those regions.In Irish leader. and it is either a piece of very the town and Country i is the best con absence or death of Republican Senators of great ability. During tho extra ses-
II I tho first instance to assist in the search good or very bad statesmanship.\: The Republican dition for both again place the Democrats in the majority son' of the 1<'ort '-sixth Congress! he delivereda
,a for Sir John }" ,"mklinl1nd, subsequently to i press of New York denounce it as speech upon the Army Appropriation bill
would have the to make
they power n new without note, papere, book, or referenceof
B extend the knowledge of tho Arctic regions i blunder! but it must always be borne in TIll ELECTRIC LIQUT. election in turn, and thus it might go on. any kind. When the Vice-Prcsident announced

) The Grinncl expedition under )Do Havens, I mind that the political press of New York, The electric light is making rapid progressin Such a construction is certainly neither justor the Senator from New York" up
penetrated as far as the western part of Lancaster of both parties, has always i view the Irish both this country and in Europe. It i is in reasonable- Senator Jones' views rose tho stately form of Roscoe Conkling.
II are Never before or since had Senator such
1 i ,- 4 Sound, to the point where Franklin vote. If Mr. Gladstone's policy is to ailbrd fact 'in use: to a much larger extent abroad concti'red in by the eminent authority of audience lIe spoke for four hours. Before an
i. ',1 bad spent his first winter, but being soon I substantial relief to Ireland, as it is claimedhas than it is in this country. A cluster of electric Mr. Thurman. the adjournment the Senate 154),0t00'opas)
'." frozen in drifted helplessly back into Uaf- I been wisely done under\ the land act, lights now illuminates Madison: square, of his' speech had been, ubscribcd for. Every
I. 1", fm's Day and thence down to the coast tlf The approaching trial of Guiteau does not printing establishment in Washington sent
and if he intends to supplement\ this action in New York; a portion of Uroadway and
,I ;, seem\ to attract much attention. Gulicaa. i iI is to the :Senator:: its lowest estimate Ju n very
Labrador before
\-'" they could extricate then by giving to Ireland, as we think should bo the long block on Thirty-fourth street, between short time, Oyster, one of the best living
;. 'ff{ solves from the ice floe) in which they were done, a degree of local government like that Fifth and Sixth: avenues!, i is successfully so I cowardly and despicable a cha-ac'er that I tyjHis, and foreman of the (.\mffreuional He-

,t. ->\ imbedded "and t then, after an ineffectual attempt of our several states! it is: perhaps wise in lighted by four electric lights. Theyare lie ecifes only feeling of contempt and I curd, had the proof of the great speech ready
1, ; ;. comparative indifference\ as to his fate It lIe took it about 0 o'clock
to tho the up (l0 Wormley's
4 renew voyage: expeditionwas him to dispose: of Mr. Parnell for the present in fact seen all over the city, for both I
in the and asked for Senator Conk-
willlo'er hard to who morning
get a jury
forced to return to the United ) can say
States, as an obstruction to the real good of tho public und private use. They are undoubtedly I ling. He is not up yet." said the private
;i. !1r having really accomplished nothing of anyimportance. Irish l'cop'rtuin1)\ the coercion net, and destined to come into general use. The they have not formed or expressed an opinion secretary ; "the Senator breJlkfa. ls about 11 ,

I .",': g i the few arrests under it, has been mildness light, unless: shielded by shaded globes, is and equallyso to get a jury which however us you are in a hurry and want to
I would dare to acquit him on the Itetof see after limo speech I shall call Linn" "Tell
Dr. Kane who had the
accompanied Itself compared to the course of the United too vivid to be pleasant to the eye and givesa Mr. Oyster to come in-ah I how do you d.),
,1'j Qrinncll expedition, was then sent out, and, States government in the arrest of prominent ghastly! look to whatever it touches, but lunacy.Mahonc Mr. Oyster?" and Lord Chesterfield never
following the usual' course through Baffin's citizens and their incarceration for indefinite with ground glass shades it is soft and pleasant has ceased to be an important was more polite than was Conkling in hisnightshirt. !

Hay, penetrated to the upper |portion of l'l'ri.II:4llllrillg our civil war for the and its illuminating power so great thatit personage in the eyes of the public. It is \ After rubbing his: eyes he
Smith's Sound, and wintered there the of iKssible his i coaMtion: with the looked at the )proof, made a few changes
on desire very Republicans
.' expression a for peace, or as MIS- rivals: the light of day. By its aid work and struck out the Hon," before "Roscoe
I 1) western shore of Greenland He supposedho pectcdof not bt-ingin accordance with tho can he prosecuted by night as well us by day, \ may carry the state, for repudiation, Conkling" You will never find it prefixedto

rt ; ; had discovered an open polar sea, the of. views of the administration. There was and It is not infrcqent-to' sec laborers going but there will certainly soon be reaction, his distribution.. speech intended] for general

,t ; ;! tidal' announcement of which gave; fame to then III thli country no liberty of speech( on all night with largo\ buildings\ which it is as there was in Tennessee, and the state will After he received the
]ho wrote his thanks kindly, to
a. 11V II his: expedition throughout the scientific and had any man: been indq>endciit enoughto desirable to press to completion. It has also be redeemed from tho control of such a speech! oreman Oyster as follows:: :, very

.s I world. express his views of the war as boldly as been used successfully to light large pub faction UNITED STATES SENATE CHAMBER t

11i A subsequent expedition was organized did I*>rd (Chatham the BritNh Parliament lie halls, theatres, etc., as well as manufactories. : The New York Times contains a statement t :May 7, 1879. JMY
f ::\ DEAR SIR :-I beg to receive my
t and went out under Captain Hall, with the during\ our Revolutionary struggle; he would I It has not come into use; for privatehouse emanating from Washington, t charging that thanks for the bound speech you and for your

steamer /Warii( usually culled the /Wori have been committed to Fort Warren for or domestic use \as yet, but it is likely great frauds, in bounty land war-an's have kindness throughout. am glad to have

:: .... expedition. They reached the point where treason. Mr. Gladstone: is the first man of I soon to do sum (H' course the great amount been discovered to have been committed sew made your acquaintance, and trust I may

Kane had wintered and went into winter the day, and will doubtless do all that wise of capital inn.ott'll in gas companies will cram years ago, and t.e"cr.lt11 known persons know. you better in the ROSOOECONKLINU.E future. Cordiallyyours. .!!
d( quarters at a jwrin't some miles north ofKane's statesmanship effect to settle to connected with
can the Irish make a strong competitive struggle continue Florida are named as :- W. OYSTER. Esq .
Se winter quarters. Various dodge ex. question. )Ir Parnell aims at thevntire that system of lights, and the change being parties to the fauids. Unless the Of all the Senators Conkling writes the

",1 pediiions \' undertaken and the open i-j o- dej>endence of I Ireland, as the Southern will come slowly. People will bo unwillingto charges are wetl l founded and can be sustained best hand-large, easy graceful und legible
I a lar s -/I of Kane WlU found to bo solid His signature, however, would be a .study to
ice leaders did in civil
our war. The British throw away .th "expensive and orna the Times will doubtless: be held to not
any one with it.
uu'ob7 wit:, no open water in bight They carried I government and people will never consentto 1I1t'lItal1-rtts fixtures and incur a new ex penditurc \ account for its statement. The present acquanted Secretary of State, when a

? thvircxploratious beyond Kane's They had, establish u nation across the Irish Channel for the electricjight.: It is suggested, The weather is member of the Senate, used to look carefully
excessively for the
f) n 1J however, satisfactorily determined thatKane's I who may: heroine allies of foreign pow moreover, that the gas now u'ed for illuminating season! and it ?fs still very dry. F. after were his made frpeechc from, which, for the" most Probably)part
open polar sea was a 1I1)'thlIult..tUI'OIl ers. The same arguments for the preservation purposes can be made me of for heating there "headings.
never was\ in the United States:) Senatea
) conjecture and imperfect observation, of the union of Great Britain will be i urjH....t'srrklkttlganil.r.tum'milerrktils' \ SENATORIAL ORATORS.We roan who needed less preparation than
', and. top! ( I'"t"t m st u very Interesting; field advanced I a* were made use of for the compulsory notes, ttc., tth.-tv that i-Uvtrit', light cannot observe in the picture of Senatorial James G, Blaine Heisinfallible! in history

C !p't .of s;Ni.u.iti"ii.! (' ltuln Hall died! on his eimtinuaiu-e of the union of timel'nitert bo used on l, facts and faces is He
11' I'154'.\4\I\l1\ ship, and was buried the absolutely
on States. It MHMII a little ludicrous to arrangement. position: assigned to Rlaine is altogether loo. can begin;; with William the Conqueror and
>>!Iwrt-'l of Greenland. Captain Bu-ldington: see those whom labored 1 by tltltit arms to It i is within the memory of men of mid- high a one. lie is far from being an uccu. give you the name of every sovereign of
1 iou(' :tJlIl"l M the command; the party heo i compel the Mt ram Mfparutai I by a sudden I 110Vt'lIIl'"t of III'ril"'l1'nl.... their reigns, \lw'ul1.1 then (he Senator
now laboring! wuli e-pt t fothrt'illts I and tht (l'Chlealht unpleasant! politic Judge. 1 Edmund: U ball skis the would the hi 1 attention the
the Kx% role jktrt remaining on the ship" and! I real in favor of Irish: indcpvndeiuv.: : I jJ: !auip> luniisUe I the illuminating; llWw'r al.lest Senator:; un the Republican aide. J printing: of a pctrh.I One illumine Oyster

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?\ thereby. Whether this C, I he. Hotel and Road Company: be so amendedas
atl\ O he commits hIs speech\ well In mem. : to extend tine limit of indebtedness or liability
1-1or not we never could tell. We rather to which said corporation can at anytime Wholesale and Retail Houses.
l he> docs. But, w Ith or without martini subject itself from tWl'lIt.hhllllllrt'l
punk' i Voorhecs is an orator of I the l.rstSfflo to Lessees! and( Purchasers a large dollars,as heretofore, to six I t thousand: dollars!,
: A? a rule, the 'ery sight of manuscript number of the most! eligible and desirable as provided by section ((8):I) of an act of the
in the hand of speaker n enough Lots, suitable for Business! Purposes, or for legislature i of the State of Florida, "entitled

to nerve one for a bore. Demosthenes City or Suburban Residences, an act to amend nn net, to provide for tin --.---.------------__---
:i ht when| he said "Oratory Is delivery creation of corporations, and to prescribe
dreehi'crytlcliwe'I ;" and delivery is killed their general powers! and I liabilities, and toreenact
mauuscriht.JOIIes UPON EASY TERMS.: I : and\ amend the sections \repealed by '

| :, of Florilt\, always a hard student t saillnct." Approved March 1 1. IS"!). I AM BUYING CONTINUALLY LARGE: QUANTITIES OF GOODS: SUCH AS
is Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to n. STARK t: ,
i Iatelvlmafoittiy tai<.,.hound llurlke. land.
parties! engaged in manufacturing or industrial Chairman: and Vice-i'resi1ent.

i knows Ms. works as we never knew any enterprises, who will erect on t the property WU.I.UM B. (C.' DIWYKK) :,

i other to know them. Ho has a memory Secretary' and Treasurer.,_ .___ _41NOTICE I.
equal to Blaine'sor Hen Hill's, and time and; i purchased substantial improvementsfor __ -'
again have we laird him repeat page after residence, or in which to conduct their ] OF INCORPORATIONOK: : '

page: of Burkes immortal Miecchcs.! It is business. TUB: FLOUR GRITS MEAL CORN

the. S\lI1C with the speeches of Philips, Giat- INDUCEMENTS: TO MANUFACTURERS 1.1.-snliIU: : tV IMMAV: RIVER: ,
Curran and O'Conncl. Jones is a very
[ able tan man. HIs Democracy is extreme, but ::!, by exemption for term of years! from It.t11.RO.t1) C'OJIIMXY.BY .

out of politics he is one of the best! fellows taxation, ollered by the several cities! and
authority' of an Act of t tine Legislature i
the worltlovl'r.Davis I towns. Apply at of the State of Florida entitled
of West Virginia, though an old ,
member of the: Senate, Iris: made: but one :it 0flicc cor. Beach 1 itTthsK t Fernandina.Tin ".\11 .\1'to\ Pioxidc for the Incorporation otRailroads ,',

i p'edl-Oll agriculture. It was printed exactly lu-tf : : and Canals," and approved\ \ Feb JIAY OATS FEED AND BRAN
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as it was written. Ills remarks are ruary I'.ith, 1ST t I. notice\ is as!
left'(to the tender mercies of the steno- : FLOICIDA required I by, said act that a company has
I been formed 1, under the name of the
emptier.Heck, Davis1 colleague on the Committeeof LAND AND IMMIGRATION\( ] COM(]PA'Y \I.EESIH'RG: k INDIAN: RIVER: RAH:

Appropriations is the most rapid! talkerin ROAD: ] COMPANY,
either house of Congress. f;)r him OFFERS:I:
to be, invested: with all the rihtIOWer; ,
that the Senate has such a stenographer a* UOO.OOO Acres! privileges and franchises! conferred upon the and Oar Load.
Penis Murphy\ whose hand! travels over said By Cargo
paper like lightning. Wecouht! if his equal OftliomontACCESSIBLE I companies formed under I Act, for tho
of constructing, maintaining
could be found anywhere.: Beck is an un- purpose
\ AND DESIRABLE: ; operating a railroad for public use in tho .
tiring worker, has the constitution of a Kentucky
racehorse, and no amount of labor is i.vxn' ix THESTATE : conveyance of persons and Pr, l1t'rty. The
main line of said railroad will I be about ((80)eighty' ) -..
too heavy for him. He Is not much of a reviser
: OF FLORIDA, miles in length will be constructedfrom -.
: ; '
going on the principle of Pontius 1'i- .:;,.i-. -, -
]late-gund scripsit and, scrip!*. lie natured i is as blunt as At only $1.23 per acre to new settlers, with a nearly point due on the west Tropical: from Florida Leesbtirg Railroad in I AM THUS ENABLED: SELL 'I'( ,-, ,I- 'r"- "",-Jr., ':

Joey B'igbtock there as good leaves as Mark the privilege! of selection in parcels of 10 Suniter County Florida; thence East: to ) ', 1.-
As to
Tapley.I are no print"in
the Senate, no Senator can publish a acres: or more. These lands arc located on Leesburg! touching the southern portion of ,
speech without having at least read it from and adjacent: to the; line of the Lake Grillln, the northern point of Lake r .
manuscript. The first page of the Daily Harris! ; thence\ to Lakes Euxtis: and Dora,

Record is quite a desideratum as the ]place to; ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA lass-ing[ through Orange and I.reyard: coun
title of and tics, to a point at or near Titusville\ min; Indium DEALERS FAMILIES
air the speech many u grave EVERYBODYAT
Sena or who would willingly sit at the end River: with branches to Lake A umpka ,

I of McGregor's[ table, Is loath to have his extending from FERNANDINA: the Atlantic and Lake Tohopkaliga, in Orange and lirevard .
j speech hidden in the middle of the Record.In counties.
vain to attack Solomon's theory about to CEDAR KEY; on the Gulf coast, I). E. MAXWELL,

'nriety.Washillgton Republican. thus affording( to the producer cheap) constant FRANK B. PAPY, ,. -
H-3m E. W. AGNEW.In : .
and rapid) transportation' to the bestmnrklts. -- THE- ...: :

Professional--- and ISiisiiicss;' .-Cards-- Justice' Court.STATl' _;_ '. _, ..:.," _, --, ,'p:t-.. :j-, ,

The belt! of country traversed by the Tran. OF FLORIDA] 1 ';: ;' ,
H sit R. R. embraces ..
Wholesale and Retail Dealers! in James dirrnll:-You are hereby notified -

Drugs, ]3IcdiciiicN Fancy Goods, EVERY VARIETY OF SOILto that a writ of attachment has )been S

NOTIONS., _PAINTS__n_ __,, oirs_____ _, .ssned against you, and your property attached VERYLOWEST
to satisfy the demand ol'.lones& Lee PRICES.
be fount! in the State'
n large proportion .
Chemical Fertilizers, I:h'., antotmtingto$62.50.: Now, unless! von hull 1 ,
No. 73 W. Hay St., JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. being peculiarly adapted to the culture of: appear before W. A. Mahoney, a Justice! of \

Jt1r"We sell at Savannah prices. SEMI-TROPICAL FRUITS and Early Vegetables, the Peace in and for said County, at his of1lt'c

l41-Send for quotations. 42-5ply and The Large, Cumjmcl/ Jiuilies of Timber Callahan, Fla., on the 3d day of ))l'celll.
her 1H8I I at 10 cluck will
a.m. judgment
make these lands worthy of CA11EFUL KXAMIXATIOX
T. \1ML9IKK i I be rendered against you and. .your .propertysold
by manufacturers of Lt'Mum to pay the debt. -

ATTORNEY 1881. s
Partners doing business under the firm

Special attention given to collecting. Purchasing land] from this company) are fur name of Jones it Lee, Plnintifft.CSroeeries ] .

Ofllce. over Horsey s Drug Store. -12GiiiWM. ( nished with entire .
the -
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free Jlf/ ale on Tran- ----- ------- --
sit Railroad for family and personal effects and Provisions. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.I
II. C. DUItYEE, -- -- .
to the station nearest the land purchased.
ii. i:. ornitiic: ,

grant from the United States and purchasefrom TH1ERNANDINA, FLORIDA!:I] ,
the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE.

: ; HOLICI'fIW.Dl'Scripth'e .
Flume family GroceriesAM
Hay, Corn, Oats.
MAW and CIRCTLAIW mailed on

JAMES McCJlFFIN, application., 1
Jiiid Commissioner! STORES allft CIEANDLJJ4Y.d

Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Office cor. Beach- and Seventh Sts. .
1II-tf .
FERNANDINA, FLA. can rely upon getting CHOICE: ,
J.- IItESCorl''r--: ,
Orders and estimates from a distai re care- GOODS, asNOTIfING .
fully attended to. 25-tf I


In Ice.
Durability. This space reserved for

19-t( -- FERNANDINA. FLA F Grocer and Chandler GROCERIES OF


MVXl'FACTCRraMOULDINGS lIu'I"J largely increased, ANGEL. .C I'RIEN11,
anystork '
Foot-wear. In both fine EAKEIL9> AND CONFECTIONERS: ( : ,
grade!, I am cnubled ,
SHEATHING, to place before my euNtom. i

\WEATHERBOARDING ers a very large tiNsortment, of Groceries, Cigars, and<< Tobaccos" ,

ING.FLOOR most Roots, competent and Shoes and made skilled by the TOYS AND FANCY- ARTICLES.Weddings ( A Full Stock of FURNITURE:

Stair uud Church WorkA ] 1 Entertainment: and Pieni!', ,
workmen. These Goods, were (urni'II.lltt the shortest nuti.-e, at TIN'k.lot. ;

SPECIALTY.: purchased for CASH, and are tom price-*, at -IKCI.unsu- .,.,
.\NnJ<:JS II.\KI' nY. .
DOOI:8 AND WINDOW FRAMES only exchanged< for the Name Centre Street, }
23 old P. 0. Chamber' Snits Tables' .
OF ALL SIZES.Fernandina commodity. Thl, will be deemed ---- --- Opp. Building.Undertaking. ... Chairs, .
t'tst Office Box 174. << n pleasure" --- I: '" -
after .
jun4lACKSONVILLK seeing, examining Bureaus, Rockers Whatnots :.
Fla. _;
and learning at what :, ,
Hooks and Stationery! -- extremely low' it. -ii. i\fiiiso\: Lounges Bedsteads Mattresses

,- -- price these ., .
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II 0 It ,\. C.: It It .:'" Goods are offered.pir 1 -. -

i My stock ofGENTLIYIEN'S:
Wholesale and Retail THE MOST :

lOOItK, KTATIOXEIIY, attention or: those desiring r ,

fine 2ood..
And<< MUSIC, "

ro WD T Jhv SUET". jfSf receive Orders careful left to my and selectionwill prompt ITNDJlt'I'.tl( ER. S..A..N'S B' S

FLORIDA. attention FIFTH ST.. FERNANDI.VA: V\\ .......- .."...- ,. .,-..,. ;
J H. PRESCOTT, Blw/nV/ nom: (, .\ _
School ,
Hooks a CASKS js. .
Specialty.-* -1-3111 *>ruandliia. Flar COFFINS' : U u $ "

Tdtfraphtc order- lruIU&'tatttlult.J& / U-, Second Street, FE \NDINA;


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Ilailroads." SAVANNAH, FLORIDA & WESTERN: I GEIai.ti.: : i)iiu':; Toitv. RAKER COUNTY. I Planr7Vorc'-TIlolna' )I'-. ... ;rJttlJ1-, -
-" -- County JI/Ilqe-H. D. Davis, Sanderson.
m CAlm Dolled SI alow OfHrcrH. Clerk-F. J. Pon", Sanderson. Collector of Ret'enllc-l"rcfleric'k? v, '

TI On and after Sunday Aug. 28, ISII! Pass! t.AND OFFICE, (;JA1XESVILLE.Irgitcr ;. Sheri/ \J. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. rSuperintendent '1 .

OF THE engcr\ Trains on this road will run as fol -L. A. Itarne, Gainesville. Assessor of Tares-George 1' Cunova, San Fort McCoy[ of Schools/'-U. LM I a M'lit,

FLORIDA TRANSIT RAILROAD lows : Fait Mail. Jack'villc Jlccelver-John I"'. Rolliii". (Jainesville.httrrcynrGctirr'tl derson.
Daily, Express.Except : !. -Malachi Martin( Tallahassee. Collector of nevenue-Richard Kennedy, MONROE: COUNTY _.
PENINSULAR ItAlUlOAI, Sunday.: Daily I Darbyville. County .T/ldyc-Cha S. Baron KMM-
Savannah for Schools A. J. W. Cobb CV -Peter T. '''''t.
( l Waldo Ilranch,) Leave I DISTRICT COURT. Siiiicrintendent of Knight Ie'c\ t
Florida................. 1.20p.m.:: ) 10.15 p. m. Olustee. Sheriff-George A. })('III'rritt, Key'
w AND Leave ..Temi.............. 3.40 p. m. 2.40 a. in Juil'jc-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.! RRVKFOUI) COUNTY. Aaaesor o/1I&.re8-\\'alterC. :llalirllet'1VMt!

.l ( FERNANDINA .fc JACKSONVILLE: Leave! Waycross......... 5.05 p. iii. 4.35 a. inArrircntCallahan Martini Clerk-)-J. H.Walter Durkee) Jacksonville., Jacksonville. Connty Judge, -J. It. Richard. Providence. Key West: Jr ,

HAl LImAIJ. ...... 7.43: 1'. in. 7:12: a. Iii. Pliilip Clerk-Henrv F. York, Lake Butler. Collector .0J llct'C1we-Waltcr C, Maluae(
Arrive Jacksorn'ille.... X.40l. in. 8.15 a. m INTERNAL REVENUE. Mcri/ \\r. W. Tuinblin, Stnrke. Jr, Key; West .\

Leave? Jacksonville! .... 7.35: a. n,. 5.25 p. m CSt/odor-Den11is Eagan, Jacksonville.COLLECTORS Assessor of Tfl.rc8-X. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of'dtOl.J. V. )Harri. }
1. w In Effect May Cth, 1831. Arrive at Live Oak..... 11.45' a. m. Butler. West Key
1.I Leave Live Oak.......... 2.2i p. m. Collator of nevenue-Bunbemr Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. .
Leave Callahan......... 8.40 a. in. 6.2; .; p. m. John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Sniierintendent. County/ Judge-Hinton J. Baker ,
Edward: Jacksonville IVm
I g' OO1NO l 80UTH.Fxave Arrive at Way cross....11.10 a. in. Hopkins, of Scwol-s-T. B. Rhodes, dtna. 'an-
......... O..TO:; John F,1ouse, St. Augustine!
1, Fernandina........................ 0.00 n.m I.eIL'c"a'cro s 11.05 p. m J. )1. Cnrric, Cedar Key. Starke. Clerk-3. .\. Edwards, Fernandina
Leave Hart's Road...................... 9 47 a.m Arrive at J'sup..12.3. p. in. p. III. BREVARD COUNTY. S1criJT-IetC.'r Cone, Fernandina
....... 2.1$)
I/cavc Callahan.........................10.52 a.rn Arrive Savannah: 3.00 p.for m. Brunswick a. m County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Win. II. Garland, IV
Leave Dutton.......,.... .................11.22 a.m Passengers! from Savannah Stale Officers: Point. nandina. "'
} Leave Brandy Branch ................11.31 u.in I i take the Fust Mail, arriving at Brunswick 0 j ji EXECUTIVE PEPARTMENT. CIl'fk-\. Stewart, Titusvillc. Collector of nevenue Warren F. Scott: r

Leave Baldwin! ........................ ..12.03 p.in p. tn, leave Brunswick 9.30 rOt'crlllJr-'III. D. Bloxham, Tullahossc.LicutcnanlGovcrtwr Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Georgian nandina. ir'
I Leave Maxville.............. ...........12.33 p.ni Passengers Savannah. 3.00 at. a. in., -Livingston '\'. Bethel na. SI/1Jcril/tClJllclit/ ff. c}">f>l'<-W. A. Mnhoncy
\ t tt Leave Lawtey ............................. 1.13 p.in arriving at for Darien take p. the m.Passengers Fast Mail( Key West. (]ollt'etvrof RCI.t'IIIIe-Jo' Platt, Lake Jcs- Callahan. ,
Leave Temple's.......................... 1.2 p.m Slate John L. Crawford Tallahassee sup, Orange County.Superintendent OR.\NfJE COUNTY.
Nemtary -
t Leave Starke .............................. 1.38: p.ni Passengers leaving Macon at 7.00 a. in of of Scl.oo1s-A. Grady La County .1U(! C-IL I.. Sumincrllii
1 Leave Tli urston! .......................... 1.51 p.m (daily except Sunday) connect at Jesnp with Comptroller-1V. D. Barnes Tallahassee.! Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando. Orlando.

Leave Waldo.............................. 2.31 p.ni the Fast Mail( for Florida. the Fast Mail( 7'rrrwtrcr-JIcnr A. L'EDgleTallnha.9see,I CLAY COUNT: Sheriff: Thomas W. Shill(" Fort Reid!
1I :Florida
Leave, Gainesville........................ 3.30 p.ni Passengers from by P. 'Talla aaseaeor of Taxes-James M.
connect at Jesup with) train arriving in Macon .Worney-Gcl/cml-Georgc llaney; County JIl'IJt'-J. T Copeland, Orange Owens, Port
Leave Arredondo ...... ......... ......... 3.52 p.in. hassee. Reid, Fla.CfJllcetor,
!! Park.
I ................ at 7.50 p. m. daily (except Sunday)
leave Batton............. 4.07 p.in of Rct'/'Ullc-Xat.
train Cointia.roterf Lands-Hugh A. Corley. Clerk O. A. Green Cove Poyntz .
tfN Leave Archer............................. 4.29 p.ni Palace Sleeping Cars on the evening Tallahassee.Stijierintemlent. Buddington, Superintendent of /lOo1s-.1ohn\ Orlan.l.i Jccks'Fort .)
Leave Bronson ........................... 5.01 p.in daily between Savannah and Jacksonville and Public t/'llCtiOll-g. K. Springs.- Reid T.I:
W. DeWitt
Green Cove
of Jambs
Leave Otter Creek........................ 5.40 p.ni Charleston and Jacksonville, and Macon Foster Tallahassee. Sheriff PUTNAM COUNTY.
Leave Rosewood..... ......... ........... 0.10 p.in Jacksonville.No Spring
fN Arrive Cedar Key: ........................ 0.5. p.m.OO1XO change of cars between Savannah and Ailjiitaiit-Gcnrral Yongo, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Win. Conway, Kingsley. Judge of"Probate-1J. Harrison, Palatka
I Jacksonville and Macon( and Jacksonville. 11UREAU: OF IMMICJIUTION. Collector of Revenue Wm. S. Plummer, : -\\ Forward, Palatka.
? NORTH. Passengers leaving Macon at 7.30 p. m. (\imtiiissiiHter-A.. Robinson\ Tallahassee. Maxville. Sheriff Thomas Shall)'.
connect at with the evening train for Superintendent of Scwo7J-I. F. Geiger ..b. cs.qor-S. E. Timmons.
4. I is Leave Cedar Key.......................... 5.30 a.tn.I.ea'c Florida Jcsup. Clerk-11. C. Long, Tallahassee. Collector
Middlcburg. of
II Rosewood.......................... 0.10 a.m. daily.Passengers from Florida the : Special .fc"lsalJ1ucl" Fairbanks. Astor I: RCI'clwc-.Joseph Price.
Expresstrain Supcrintoident
Leave Otter Creek....................... 7.00a.m. connect at with by train. Building, Jacksonville I). S. Place: Waldo. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Strickland. of Public Schools J. W.
I Leave Bronson................ ........... 7.42a.m. Jesup. arriving ; I County Judge-'\'. M. Ives! Jr., Lake City.
Macon at 7.05
I/cave Archer............................. So HI a.ll1. nt u.Savannah nn daily. for Gainesville SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City TA\'I.OR COUNTY
Leave Batton .............................. 8.38/ a.m. Cedar I'a.sengersfrom and Florida Transit Road take, CJtief.JII.qtice-K M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. CountJudge. II. Parker, ferry
s Leave Arredondo ........................ 8.58 a.m. the Key train. Associate JII.tir.C-J. Westcott, jr., Tallo.ho.s- Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City. Sheriff!:Thomas Ostecn, Perry.
Leave Oaincsvillc....................... 0.35a.m. Express Savannah for Madison see. Collector of Tarc.-J. L. Parish\ Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry
I Leave Waldo .......................... ..10.30 a.m. Monticclfo l'u."MengCNfrom Tallahassccand take this, aIasocrnle.Tustice-P. B. Van Valkenburgh," Superintendent of Schools-Juliusl'otsdamer, Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin,
Leave Thurston! .........................10.54 a.m. Quincy Jacksonville.! Lake City. Perry
Leave Starke...............................ll.lla.m. train.Passengers from Tallahassee Mon- Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee DUVAL COUNTY. I County Treasurer>. S. Sutton, Perry.
Leave Temples..........................11.20 a.m. ticello and !Madison Quincy take,the Express,train CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- County Surveyor; >. N. Cox, Perry.
I Leave ...........................11.37 a.m. sonville. Collector of nevenueAssessor -
at Tebeauville tit 9.1U First E. Maxwell Pen-
Leave MnxviIIo ..........................12.29 p.m. meeting sleeping-cars sacola. r.rcllit-Augutus Clerk-Thomas E. Buck man, Jacksonville. oj'1I1.re8-S. II. Peacock, Perry

:" ; Leave Baldwin!.......................... 1.10 ).t11. p. m. ALBANY EXPRESS.; Second: Co-curt David S. Walker Tallahassee. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ST. Jom 's COUNTY.
k Leave Brandy Branch................. 1.28 p.m.
Assessor J. Prevatt Jackson
TaJ'e8-A. M.
of Giunty R.
j" xa > ', Leave Dutton ............................. 1.44p.m. Leave Savannah daily at....... 4.25 p. m. ville. tine. Cooper, St. Augus
I ,: ;, ,I Leave Callahan.......................... 2.22p.m. Leave Jesup ........ 7.15 p. m. Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. Collector of Itnenue-Moses J. Brown Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros
Fourth Crrrurl-Jannes M.[ Baker Jackson St.
"I ; Leave Hart's Road............. ......... 3.25 p.m. Leave Tebeauville ..... .. 9.35; p. m. Jacksonville. SIcrijJ-Ialllol1 Hernandez, Augustine
,, Arrive Fernandiia" ............... ..... 4.00p.m.Trains Leave DuPontArrive ) .......11.55 p. in. ville. St. Augustine
crintcndent Schools Albert J. Russell Assessor Tares
Circuit J&mca B. Dawkins Gaines of of -David It.
Thotnasville II ........ 1.OOain. Fifth: Dunham. :St.:
: daily, except Sunday. Arrive Bainbridge ........ 8.15 n. D). ville. I I Jacksonville.! Augustine.Collector .
," Arrive Albany a' ........ 8.45 a. tn.Lca'l Si.rth Circuit(-II. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. of Rl't'clluc-Joseph F." Llambias,

: f Albany ........ 4.15p.m. Seventh Circuit-\\'. Archer Cocke, Sanford County/ Judge./ -Henry J. Stewart, Jasper St. Augustine.Siijierintendint. .
J, .,.... f PENINSULAR:; RAILROAD, Leave: Bainbridge ........ .').00 p. m. Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper! of Sd.ool.-C. F. Perpall,
) .( ( Waldo !)rL nch.) Leave Thomasville ........ 8.4.3 p. m. ('ourt'ulendur.. Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper.Awssor St. Augu!>tilll'.
Arrive DuPont .... 1.45a.m. H'MTKR: COUNTY.
I' .R. of T".re8-J. It. Hunter, Ancrum.
:'. 1 }( COINU SOUTH. Arrive Tebeauville ........ :3.55 a. m. FIRST CIRCUIT Collector of Itevcnue"'. H. 1I. McLeod, County Judge-}lenry S.Cassidy: Leesburg,

.' Leave Waldo .Junction....... ......... 2.45 p.m. Arrive Jesup ........ 0.15 a. nit Full Term- Columbia County.Superintendent Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
:" ; i Leave Hantn F('......... .................. 3.18p.m. Arrive Savannah ........ 9.05a.m. Santa Rosa! 2d: ( Monday in October October.Walton of Schools-Joshua H. Roberts Sheriff:-J. S. Dyches, Ixesburg.Assessor ; : .
4th in
.i.y Leave Hawthorne ....................... 4.05p.m. Sleeping cars! run through between Savannah Monday 4th Ancrum. of 1I1.rt'8-0. 1',11'all\Vebster.
Holmes!I, 2d Wednesday after Monday
Leave Lochloo! .......................... 4.45 p.m. and Albany daily without change. in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of JaclI/e-John "'. Dychc! ,
Leave Orange Lake.................... 5.40 p.m. Connection at Albany daily with passenger 2d after.1th Leesburg.
Arrive Ocala............................... 7.00p.m. trains both ways on Southwestern! Rail in Washington October. Monday Monday County Judge-W. I.. Frierson; Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
road to and from Macon, Eufaula, Montgomery villc. Sumtcrville.
4 C10INO NOUTH. Mobile( New Orleans, etc. Jackson, :3d Monday niter 4th( Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. SUWANEE
: Leave Ocala........................... ......I)....') n.tn. Mail i bteamer leaves Bainbridge for Apalachicola October.Kscambia.. 1st Monday[ in December. Sheriff Asstsnor=3. Tares B. pickier( Frank, Brooksville.E.Saxon Brooks County Jultc-M. M. Blackburn, Live
of ,
1 4 Leave Orange lake ..................... 7.20a.m. and Columbus every Tuesday and This: amended section 2 of act of February vine Oak.

tH Leave7l.iochloo.sa...... .............. ..... 8::i0 a.ll1. Saturday.Close l'1373;, autj docs not change the Collector of Ilcrcnne-P. )(. Townscnd, Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
Leave Hawthorne.......:.......... H.151\.tll. !! connection at Jacksonville daily Spring'lerm. VTHIRD! Brooksville. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
\, Leave Santa Fe.......................... 0.45 a.m. (Sundays! excepted) for Green Cove Springs, CIRCUIT Superintendent of Be/wo1s--J. II. Thrasher Assessor of Tares-W. II. Sessions: Wei-!
,I Arrive Waldo Junction... .......... 10.15a.m.FERNANDINA St.! Augustine!! Palatka, Enterprise:, Sanford, '. Fort Dade. born.
\ and[ (landings on St. Johns river. Spring 7'mnTllvlor ,
,. Trains on 11. & A. It. R. leave junction, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in IIILL8IIOROUG.II COUNTY. Live Oak.SIIJ'ri'tltt'11I7I't1t. of nevenue-Robert F. Allison; ,

( I. going west at 11.37 a. in., and for Brunswick April.) County .1/11IVe-H. L. Crane, Tumpa.
& 'JACKSONVILLE! : of Scfwols-J. O. C. Jones
it 4.40 p. m., daily, except Sunday. Madison( :2d Monday in April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak.
IIAILROAI Through Tickets soil and Sleeping-Car Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. >. Isaac Craft
I : Sheriff Tampa. '
I, tart, .I.11.... and llr'twin; r'-_*.. ono /""'*..."M u-'v..v"-nsij-m it*"<-\ilt_ Suwanee\ 1st Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Tares-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. "OLl'SJ.COUXT\ .

; In Effect May Cth, 1881. lions !secured ut Bren's Ticket OtHcc, No. 22 in April.{ Collector of RI'I'enlleI'" Buns, Tampa. County Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter
.I,. Bull street, nod at the Company's Depot foot Columbia, 3d Monday[ after 4th Monday Superintendent of Sewols.1'. Henderson prise.
Clerk-John W. Dickins
i of Liberty street. in April. Tampa. Enterprise.
001 ': General Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter
Leave \.rnundinn..11.10 it 5.30 Passenger Agent. April.Fall Count'' 11. Christie Monticcllo.Sheriff .
a.m. JI/IIUe-J. ,
:1 p.m. ( J. S. TYSON, Master of 'l'erlltTuylor -
heave Hart's lload( ......11.43 & 0.01 Transportation.H. -T. B. Simkins Monticello.
a.m. p.m. S. HAINES:: General Manager. 30 1st T11C.'Idayafter 1st Monday( in Collector of nevenue-John B. Jordan, DC-
Arrive Jacksonville..l2.50 p.m. & 7.05 p.m. ------- October. Clerk-\\\ C. Bird, Monticello. Land.Superintendent.

OOINO NORTH. THLORIDA CENTRAL RAILROAD. Madison, 2d Monday in October Superintendent of SrltJ1.tn.. Taylor, of Schools-A. Cranshaw,
'. Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticcllo.County Enterprise.::
:! Leave Jacksonville......8.20 a.m. & 3.10 p.in. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Sept. 12. 1881. Suwannee: 1st Monday after 4th Monday T.easurerGirarlleau, Mon WAKULLA COUNTY.
1. ; heave Hart's Road......!9.45 a.m. it 4.15 p.m. Commencing this date, trains on this road in October. ticello. Count u Judge"'. A. Giles Crawfordville.
1 Arrive Fernandina ....10.25 a.m. & 4.50 p.m. will run as follows : Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Collector of lievenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon Sheriff. W. II. Walker, Crawfordville.,

Double Trains daily except Sunday tiOINO WEST. October. ticcllo.Assessor. Clerk-Nat. It. Walker, Crawfordville.
Tares J. P. Grantham Wankcenah.
i ) 1'a+seugrr. ..11/ l. Lafayette, (!th Tuesday after 4th Monday of. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
1' 4g Hi Leave Jacksonville.....11:05: a. m. !9:10: p. m. in October. Crawfordville.County .
,. i ij V $ CONNECTIONS.AT Leave White Housc..l:: 7 1J:45": FOURTH CIRCUIT LAFAYETTE COUNTY TreCl8l1rfr-"'. W. Walker, Crawford
j .: Arrive Baldwin.........11-55 ftjirinrt/ Term County Judge"'. J. Dixon, New Troy ,'ilI'e
-l li'.1 FERNANIUNA, FLA., Leave Baldwin........... 10:10: St. John's, 2d Tuesday in :March. Sheriff. :-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. Collector of Revenue-W. II. Walker,Craw-
With New York and Fernandina Steamship Leave Darbyville) ........ 10:35: Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell 1 Hawkins, New Troy. ford ville
It L: Line from New York on 9 I, Leave Sanderson ........ 11:22: Bradford, 1st Tuesday! in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey, New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw-
". a. in. or 4.00 p. in., and for TlIellllaykat leave Olustee........... 12OS: ) n. in. Baker, Tuesday in April. Troy. ford ville.
: +i i'.1: Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains Leave )It. Carrie,.,..... 12:2: Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Trea..urt'r-J.I. N. Peacock, New
s; With Georgia and Florida Inland Steam: Arrive Luke City........ ] :00 1)uval,1st Tuesday in May Troy. G. 1-'. VERY,
i l. 1 1i. hoat Company' from H:1'llInuhIuilye'ept Arrive Live Oak" ==- IF: : 15 a. m. Fall Term- Collector of RI'l'IIlIeewtou Sapp, New

rr" ,, Monday ; for Savannah daily except Sunday. Arrive Tallahassee...... 8.00: St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Troy.
With Charleston Steamer: Savannah: Arrive Chattahoochec. 12:25: p. m. Clay. 4th Tuesday September.. Assessor of Taxes-A. S. Ackley, New Troy.
i.: : ; awl Charleston on Wednesday and Sunday ; Bra'dford 1st Tuesday in October.
/ l for Savannah and Charleston: Tuesday and Arrive Gainesville...... 3:22:: p. m. Baker, Tuesda'y in October. AND BOARDING STABLES
k' / Friday Arrive Cedar Key...... (5:55: Nassau, :3d Tuesday in October. County/' JIltIe-'m.. 1'. Uyrd Tallahassee. LIVERY
\F i 4 ; r ri With Steamer Flora from St. Mary's( Uin'r1.1Ihlinl1i Arrive Ocala .............. 7:00:( Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Sheriff A. Moseley( : Tallahassee. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
(/t'l'J.-C.: A. Bryan Tallahassee.Superintendent .
I on Wednesday and Friday ; for tSOINU:> KAST.Passenger.. FIFTH CIRCUIT. To and from Steamers and Trains.
/ of SC/bolo-Ihenry N. Fclkel
St. Mary's River landings on Sunday\ and
.1 r' Spring Term Tallahassee.: FOR HAULING: ETC.
;' Wednesday. Arrive Jacksonville.... 2:00: p. m. in March. Treaeurer-i. )
Sumter 3d Monday Di-milly, Tallahassee.
ATLL.I" Arrive White ( : FOR BALE :
i J. 1:2S:: 1I:1S": Marion, 4th Monday in :\I1T( \ : t I To and from Savannah at 10.45 a. in. and Arrive Baldwin......... 5:55: Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in .
I It 2.20: IA.an'llahlwill........... 1:10: C.U'f8Xn WAGONS.
m. .
1' Assessor TrI.rt'I-ti. \ Cr Tallahas
March of
sane, ,?A? TERMS
} Arrive Darbyville....... 5:25 CaS1L't'ryt
{ AT 11.\UIWIS, FLA., Arrive .S*.<.itt.",\k........ 4.40: Itf9. Levy, 4th Tuesday! after 4th Monday( in 'see. j-Oflice and Stable-First Street near
t ; To and from Tallahassee at 12.20: noon Arrive Olustee........... :3M: March. 4th inurdl. uJ'I".:.. .. T\'. Broom Street Wharf,. jo V-_..f
&t and l.op p. in. Arrive Mt. Carrie......;, :a.o::; Alachua, 4th 1ontiayafter. Monday UlllllfY.//Ift/e- I :-;scoring, I Hronouj: ; -
r Leave Lake City......... :3:30::: ) ( (Irrl-J. :M. Burnt, )Bronson.Sheriff Stove- - -
AT 'lIl.ltH, FLA., --- Fall Term- ) J. S. Parker, Bronson. n iitl Tin ware.W. .
With Steamer Alphafor all I 'urX{ ,: Oak........... iOrtp:( uK': l"ulllh'r.lst Monday in October. Assetxor ,tf 7iiea-IAOIIS Appell, Bronson.Collector -
points and
t Leave 1'nllahassee.e fr.'M;:: ) Marion: :3d Monday in October. of JCt'rltllt-J. Ira. Gore Cedar 1..
landings on Orange take, on arrival of Ten. STIUXTY,
Leave Chattuhoochee.. 3d in November.
insular! Railroad Trait _._. :2: >0 Putnam. Tuesday Key.
i iir heave Gainesville........ --- -- )35:; a. 1L1. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Snprrintendeut of School*--J. II. Menden- Second Street, opposite the Post-Offlce

I AT OCALA. l.eanl\'tlar Key....... 5.io; ) .. .;\11l.'hl1ht Monday' after 4th Tuesday In hall, Bronson. ..... -

I With Stage; Lino to and from Brooksville Leave Ocala............... 5:45: u November. t."VE\TlI= CIRCUIT. MUUSOX) : COUNTY. .--, .-.2"- (=- ;,-__ _'_
daily except Sunday: Mail train connects at Jacksonville ""'" .
with H. :M.
Spring Tt-rm- County Judge- WithersH.on! | Mudi-( tIf
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from the Savannah
; Florida tV: Western Railroad,
in son.
r and Ocala and Tampa on Monday, Wednesday and at Lake City with the Jacksonville" Pen. Orange Volu-ia., 4th 3d Monday Monday !in February.Brevard. January. .olrriff-S. M. Hunklns Madison.llerk ( : .

4 e ; Friday. hacola Mobile Railroad for Chattahoochee 1st Monday in March -John M. BfgK. Madison

ATCFIHU KEY, FLA., and intermediate stations Dade,3d) Monday in April Superintendent of St'hools_E.: S, Tyner..

la With on Monday Steamer and Miller Friday.to and from Pensaco-! I and Passenger from all train points connects on the Florida at Baldwin; Transit for i Fall TermOrange,-2d Monday August.. la.h41n.nmllty. Treasurer. S. Smith, Madison.

or Peninsular Railroads. Volusia, 211 Monday in i SeptemlKr.Brevard. Collector 'f Rrs'enuc-M., H. Warring, Mad *
f.L Ii 11'ith Steamers li"tlm and .1/urgfll& fllr j. s. MCELROY.Master: 4th Monday in September.IKide ; rj1II1.tTE1I
New Orleans 011 1"rhI.from; New Orleans I Transp'n. :2d Monday in November. ison.Anr ior T'.rtl-lt.. i D. WII' lIwnrtl1, Madi.SOtl. ( : .
on Saturday from Havuna anti Key West, ._W._DAVIDSON.. : Superintendent: !
on Friday; fur Key Nest unit !Iavana, ou MNTFK IIU'NTY. : :
Saturday Money Muted Is! Money Made ('ounly OIII,'.>r!*. '
(TuunttJiul'jf--/. [1'\ Crawford Manatee.
I j: (Ir 1 With Florida: Havana: Mail Steamship PI'RC'HASE: YOUR ENGINES:: ; FROM 'L.'ClIl'tl'liTV.. '/rrk-ltul'rt ,
A. us. and save $100 on a 10 1I.lrscIn; GrillUh, ManatiH-' .
Y Company's Steamers and 'rhu for Key Wot ami Tarn. on a :2<) Horse und jfaOO; on a Horsepower f'uultly Jtul'je: --jMiln C. Gardner, GainesHie. '''Sheriff-A. Wufuni' Pino |1\,1.
pa on Monday lay. Kngine.: Send for our \prices before purchasing ,' Ai f.Mr tif Tiuei-H. J. Tyler, BriidcntowniWettur
With Steamers for Points on the Su.vanoo ; Engines.: Gins, 1 resses! Saw and Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. f lievriiutMurloii: G. Carlton. STOVES' : .: $, RANGER '

cs1't River on Thursdays at G u. m. Grist! Mills. Thn-shers, or any kind of Machinery. Sltfrif( Jolm W. Turner, GaiiuvvUle.Aiffsvr ; (Popah.biirrtiitrltdrnt( TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
For information respecting routes,. rates, We arc Manufacturers' .Agents of i.rrGeorgo W. Hawthorno nf S<'h'xilt--l\\K]\ J. Seward,
etc., apply to and guaranty satisfaction: in quality: nUll lawthorne.Whttvr 1'1110 A'Vt.J.( IltOFIN(1GL"TTERING( ,

A. O. ( >nec. WALKER: .t LOIo. ), vf firTenue'-G, P. Thomas, (lalues.ville. Mtuur O'''NTn.ulIlI \. I'lUII1! U1U'IWELL. ETC:
MvcDONELL: \ 135: fleeting: stn-et, Wwt; tide, :" J.II1/t-HoII.d. I
# ; near : P. Marshal, lenIn. A tock
Gen'l Ticket and POM. large* of Stoves
hand. Give wea
r Agent Charleston Hotel, Charleston C. ,""pt'ri'tl'tdt'Iof .ScAW*--"'. fS. HheuU, ('/rl.-Itol.'rt Bullotk, I l '4II" l'all. and M\
D. JJAXWEIX. : Gen'I-Supt. ;1 AprilU, lJ ;l-3m. Gainesville. ..,/ltriJ-\. B. 'tutdltldl (euhi, ,... other butt compare my p7U\s} with thaw of
'A 1ti."i 1 i, here or el ewLera.

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4ssnfILdTIUX bone and feathers, and habitual exercise demand 1380.: LSS1.

fd of any use to the health and material proportionally nourishing 825: to 850:: ; PER. DAY .
To make the Prairie Filmier, and active to develop a vigorous constitution '.
body, says .
growth of the l ll absorbed .ml The food should be of the very best, -
digged .
mast e l1a..ticnt but not nceejwarilv strong and highly stimulating "' ,
it ? arc ,
Mastication, proilatai. "o' f' : .., '
a..sinH r well/ understood, but asMiiu-: but of a kind and quality that!: will ; J I.Y In1.: : .\1m by using the ": ,
t rause n healthy growth. Some breeders C.l.A THE
ce C'9 t. ) M
1lllOn ; Css'es in\ changing) f-std tot flesh feed chopped meat to their l'l.i'ks'C'r. )' profusely 1cT'ICTOC ,

these pre asstmdaiaanm is the one for whichand from the shell upward but this!; practice
Assimi- has its attending evils. A little fresh '
but preparations
all the,othciy arc tissues, llesh, fat lUIII Lone, meat a few times week, in the absence of ..
latJt.II: forl1lillg of the food consumed. insect food, is good ; but if fed too freely to I
from nlc, lIIay see that the tissues of then the tender birds when young often bringson ,,' ..a. .. .\ ( ne .AXI ItOCK1IORING .
.\ ). different in their composition weakness!; of the limbs, etc In addition
blJl' f'err consume. The process mfasinlilatIon to their regular diet of grain, green onion
from the food then we consists in making theelements tops chopped fine and mixed with their :nit:IHM.ICV: ,
: 'of the food' into substances that re- food is highly relished and will be found FLORIDA MIRROR
the several tissues of conducive to their health. Thick !sour; milk
getable, Or arc used. '1'1'rhich and curds of milk make excellent fund.l'l'pper .
i is coin process,
the body '
?, changes meat and vegetables into flesh, and ginger with a little salt occasionally in any part of the country We mean it,
then in their soft feed will give to the chicks
When. these
; her tissues. things ami arc prepared to dcmon.str.ite. lite fad
fat relish for theit 1'0011ar absolutely .
: a C'lbdug '
a edicsted and changed! arc to absorbed milky by pulp he,! I1r'cssal'to the highest state of healthand They arc operated by eithl'rIan: Horse or
time!: nutritious intestines and assi111 ilah'll to the I the most': r"lJlill/-trtl\\'th/ Chickens \\hen Steam Tower, and !bore very rapid. They

small blood I, tlll'\ mingle with it, and both new confined in coops or limited runs, so!; that range in sire from TllllKK: l INCH! TO ,(U
they can get no food except what i is furnished
,blllOll ami old enter the properroan through! i lungs them, must be supplied with good FKKT: IN WAMKTKK: : :, andill bore to .

and thE'II.tart on food, from the table, bone meal and ,-
atoms of nutritionhero scraps ",.
tilt arteries and there, UllllllpO"lt as they! may be needed. I vegetables in variety, ns this i is 1l:1w of _---5____ I A, 'Ej.A.. .....v.I .&..___ : -

The blood, then( i is made from food. Its I their nature, and should; not be forgottenby AXY: 1I-:(< I
fluid part consists! of water having mineralelements I those who expect to be siuresful: in rearing
that form 1II0rtI1ICIIgrtlhl'lIts/ ;

and!\ lastly we find in blood albumen and fir will bore and \ti fal'torilr
Till ILL VLLVTIOXS.This They successfully! : -
which are its organic elements. The
brine :
inorganic substances, the salt lime, and other is an ufl'-ycar in politics, but several in all kinds of Karth: Solt Sand and I

element', are derived from the food!, state elections, some of them of impoi tance, Lime-tone, llituminous Stone Coal, Slate: ,

limed then is composed of water, inorgan/ arc to occur. in Xo\ember. The list is as follows Hard Tan ( ira\el; Lava, Huildcrs' Scipen- -
ic i audlo/gaiiic! elements, and changes to an- -I I-
tine and <'onjK! >moratc Hock, and<<1 /guaranteed -
im.il i!sucr.: thesaMtissue, a1 the M'Illc '" the 'ftllllT' L'011" elect! judicial and county officers and vote to make the very best of Wells in Quick b

suiued iiU. in forming bones. Some are upon the 'question the location the capital Sand. They are luht-runniiij; :simple inconstruction

found i in every particle of the body. No of the :state.Iarybumd,1)u, c.i-ily operated', durable, and 1 1AINTID
tissue can exist without them. The phosphate \ Tuesday. Novembersill dhl
of lime abounds in the bones anti elect its controller, I half its senate and its acknowledged as the hr-tand most: practical I II

teeth. This: wonderful fluid, the blood, full hou"u of delegates, as its assembly i is Machine extant. They are endorsed by some -
]Killed, with many kinds of elements, is called it will alsoote upon a proposed of the highest State Offlclals.Vc contractfor I
forced, from the heart into the arteries, ami amendment to the constitution to change e
then into the minute blood tubes, the capillaries the t time i of the election of judges to the prospecting for '' I

that penetrate into every tissue and Tuesday after the first. Monday in Novem it ID''l C_
yield! to them those elements that may pro- ber. d
incite their growth. In this way milk, meat Massachusetts on Tuesday, November X, COAL, C.OLD( SILVF.K, COAL OIL, I 0
and vegetables are changed to flesh\ and will elect its full board of btate otlil'l'rslId I Nulll o' IIII
bone. the legislature. .\:'WLI.. KiMm OK MIMKVI.S.

The inorganic substances arc found in all Minnesota, on Tuesday: November S, will
the tissues, but not in the same proportions. elect its full board of state officers, and vote af i u i _rR1

Iloneacontain fifty per cent of lime ; cartilages upon three proposed amendments to its Also for sinking Artesian Wells and Coal
contain four per cent.! ; muscles: : contain constitution.: The amendments prohibit ( r .
We also furnish }Hoilcrs
less than lhrcc-tenths pcr cent.; the special) )legislation, provide for equal taxation Shafts etc. Engines, -
teeth contain ten per cent, of water ; the and make the pay of members of the Wind-Mills, Hydraulic HaniIlorsc: -

brain contains over seventy-eight per cent., legislature. "> pir day, though not to exceed Powere.llrick )(Machines: ill III;': Tools, Port-
and 1 so, generally', it is true that each tissue $t.iO: in amount for regular sessions or $'AlO aIde Forges, llock Drills, and Machinery of
must have these substances! in certain definite for special sessions.:, The legislatureill; be
proportions. If any tissue is deficient called upon to choose a United States sena all kinds. 1

it is imperfect, and. fails: more or less! : to au.111 tor. -f-,..**.n.l,,,.,.,. .n..II11"I"t..-.t. .. ..a. \\:11111'.1.. ,--.f.-.. in,., p'I'rv \* ,
_n'__. .1,_ ....__....._ ._ u.LL' .. OU --n. 'oJ .
CI IIiC I'UI1'U"1J' luL WIIll'1I IL was /IIUC. i\. .Mississippi: } on Tuesl1a) Novemder 8, country in the world.
certain percent. must be found in bones, or will elect its full board of state officers and 1 .
they would not be stiff enough to uphold the legislature, which will be called upon} to Address .
the weight of the buyd. In rickets there is choose:, a United States senator. ==:BOOK : : : :':'
not n suillcient quantity of lime to produce Nebraska, on Tuesday, November 8, will \VFSTHUX: : Jl.U'HIMillY; stili'IIEII01( ) ,
strength and stiffness! in the bones and !so; elect judge of its supreme} court and two .
they bend and induce deformities of various regents of the state university, and vote upon fill Walnut Street, i
sorts. If lime should be deposited in quantities n proposed woman's! sulfrugc amendment
larger than natural in any tissue, it to its constitution.New 8A.INT LOUIS, MISSOU1M J [ U.S.A. i

would be too hard and stiff to discharge its Jersey, on Tuesday, November 8, will State in what Paper you saw this
proper duties. If bony matter should be elect members! of its senate from Clllll ell,
=--- ---- ---- -- -- -----
deposited in excess, in the heart, as is sometimes E scx. Gloll'ester011111011: Salem, Somerset -
the case, the heart could not contract Union and Warren counties, and its '-
and drive the blood through its wonted full house of representatives. The senators 'RI50D- III

round, or if deposited in the lungs, they thus chosen will be called upon to take partin Ip NbRRCUITIVAOO
could not expand and purify the blood. The the election of u United States senator in L p JOB-PRINTING HOUSE

wisdom of the Creator is manifest! not only 1883. SEND A, SEEQS ,
in the structure of the animal body, but in New York, on Tuesday: November 8, will
the wonderful each tissue has, to select elect its secretary of state, controller, attor i
from the blood certain definite proportions ney-general, treasurer, engineer and surveyor -
of inorganic matters!, and use them an associatejudge/ of the court of app.-ajs,
for its own growth and health. The bones the full legislature, and icprcscntativcs in DAVID.LANDFFTH RrSO'S.! PFHLA .
.. .__ .
select from the from the ninth eleventh n O. ,
many ingredients of the vital congress twenty-
lluid those elements second ----
that are needed to form \\'l'lIt-SC\'clltllllitridl'l.: r
bones of certain degree of hardness. Too rennsylvania, on Tuesday, November) 8, it i\vv it i>.
much lime and too little gelatine would will elect its state treasurer and county offi $1,000 Beech Street ,
Opposite Egmont Hotel
make them very brittle. Fractures might cers. ,!
;' be of everyday OCCllr 1ee. If the muscles Virginia, on Tuesday! : November 8, will My son, J. J. DK'ICISO.V( Jit., was: murdered .' '.
selected from the blood an excess of lime elect its state ofiicers and the legislature.: by a mob In the town of Lecsburg, t ,
they would be stiff and useless. The won Wisconsin, on TIIl'sday'clIIl.er H, will Blunter <:tlllllty 1'Iorila,1)n I the morning of
der is that each tissue selects just the kind elect its full board of slate: officers! )half its the l Sth of July, hi-t. [ will pay a reward
and quantity of various materials to construct senate, and the assembly, and vote upon of ONi):: TIlOl' .\XP DOU.AUS( I for the
itself and keen itself in working or- amendments to the constitution of the state arrest: of the murderers, with proof to convict
tier This power of the several tissues is which 'provide for biennial elections and 1-l'lI.: then
rendered more marvelous by considering sions of the legislatuic.MIDMUIIT J. J. DICKISON.An'itM (:; .
the number of different tissues. Each one ; 13. I'm
)has a composition different from all the others : IN A I'IU"mr.-TllC'rl' is something FERNANDINA ;:- FLORIDA.
different in the proportion of its ingre very solemn in u large convict i>ri-.i nat ,
dients. Hones and teeth contain lime, but the midnight. A faint sound of IICiltiIYsluIllIt.r ,: "
crown of each tooth is covered with )layerof comes from the cells where the convicts ,:'i.. ,
a THE MOST .'. .
,' ,
I bleep. Perhaps there thousand POPULAR "
very dense substance, the hardest substance are a -- r ; ..
of the perhaps only live !hundred, undergoing OP "
body. This hard punishment
varies {
in its thickness, being the material thickest ; but whatever may be the num SEWING MAEHJNE 'i' : ," : ,... :. :, r \ : .. : < .; / .
where it is most her, one is conscious that nowhere else //. ., ,
save .1. .
exposed to .
wear. ',, !, ,.' .
This power that each tissue of in a convict prison could so many human is tFo h w--- --- :.1i...:,:-1 : \* : : ''' -; ,
possesses : :
I selecting and using the kind and quantity it beings sleep with so little to interrupt the : 7 : :
I needs for its growth, seems to he hereditary sense of calm repose. In the IUIIIl'l1l1l1lht'r > ,
land so we see families who, for of people taken from the ordinary world), .
many generations
have tissues of greater or )less level- there would be blight bounds urisfng from
opl1lent than usual. All may observe that the nightmare following on indigestion-per
growth of muscles and bones depend upon haps from some reminiscence troubling the

this instinctive power, as well as upon the conscience. on the question whether the Having added XKW '1'1'1Yl: > XI:{{' I'ltKSSICS; : : to our ofllce and 'having.SKILLKI
Kind and quality of food 'the several tissues strong steps taken for payment of that bill! ,

can use. This suhject is interesting, and I were not in the circumstances slightly lutrtJi, : ) WOUKMK.V: : who know )how
teach I or some other disturbing recollection to use the samp, we are now
nay us how to feed ourselves, and ; there ,
lock also. Each: animal tissue will absorb might also be uneasy thoughts and dreams *' ;
[pecul fluids and solutions more readily I creative of restlessnessNone: of these trou NT-UN1iQh prepared to do any and every kind of printing. ''t..'

'han others, and I the same element will be tiles disturb: the bleep of the habitual c-im- .,.. ';.' ,, ..; ,''..;'
med inal. This is not because
and used bv one tissue more freely his conscience: '
hat: by others.! Rich: tissue absorbs from lies easy on )him, but because !he does not } 'f' "
ic vital fluid its proper quantity of sill possess the article known to the rest of the :
anee. so as to have the means of repairing world as a conscience. Hence he neither
aste enjoys the satisfaction of its healthy ami I

Another fact is also interesting, namely : genial condition! nor the troubles attending
mat many ingredients are more abundant on its inflictions, ami it is with him essen I
the tissues than in the blood. Lime is tially that the I'ru'r fur Indifference," .
und to exist in the proportions of by (ireville, as it may be found. in the old I
ut. in the bones, but much less than fifty one ir "Klegant Extracts," is granted.-nindu'wCt I 'i 1P FROMA! 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD

'r cent, in the blood and so we ask, how Mtiytuiitc. ________________ t \-ft11i S ,
u the blood biipply the bones with the lW-0/Jlrc Xotlce. I
roper amount of materials for their conructionr S
The supply is presented by the Office Jfourt-Yrom 8:00: A. M. to C.OO p. M, E 4-
pidity iJC the circulation. A series of pultions Money Orders and Registered Letters from .,
force a fresh supply of blood through 8.00: A. M, to 1:00: p. )I.; and from 2:00 p. M,

e capillaries, that constantly and rapid. to 3:30: p. M. .Sundays from 10:30: to 11:30 *. M, { .
euteriugthe various tissues. The rapid!, ARRIVAL AND DEPVKTLKE OF TIIK MAILS. I r'IHqs : .
of the circulation is so great that in any Northern Mail-Arrives daily at 10:25.t. M, ., r:..", <
ven time, a quantity of each element Closes It 5:00: p. M. 'AN .
I'plieol to meet the needs of all the tissues.is Extra Mail- ,1efly lI..cI, u- OIIIi-o. la I'lurlila. ,, -1t
o .
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P e facts here For points north of Savannah "' "'
stated show -
the ALWAYS ,
.ng certain kinds of food for special necessity of only closes.........,........,..........1000: A. M. '. ,:;, : .: : : ': : :' < : ,./t;
If pur- Cedir Transit -0 ."..... ,, : .' ,
Ktyniul HnHnxid .
we wish to raise animals that OIIDEIIePL7ST .'< '>1.' \' ';. :s:1:1;;
\.e large bones, we must give those kinds .Arrives..,..... ......... .........,........... 4.00: p. M. .. '
.) d that bupply lime in great abundance Closes .................................u...... 8:45x. M. > '" :; '
we wish tu raise Welt{ Floritbi- '..... "' "
with small .. '
toa, give them when in a growing tate Arrives...................................... 4.OO p. M. u7 LIFETIME ..', ------"" -,- ,..Ie'" :''r.' '.' :;J; .. .!:: : .
e kinds Closes ......... .......... ..; .. i ,'
01 food that contain a small .. _. ......_......... 5.00 p. x. < ,. :,' ..'
t. of per JtickiourilU and .s .y't
linie.-.JfcUb te2uter.EDtxaroaCtmwtuThedua. $( JeAns /urr SURPASSES OTHERS :
l Arrives....................10:25 A. K. fi.fVi rp. )I. .. i'. ". .
Closes .....................10.00 p. M. 5,00... M. dark&to. ,'. )'l r
cauloud. St. Mirift awl Trwl Jourital says in order to secure rapid Arrives Tuesdays and Friday at 2.30 :: ', '
WI!, in .
young chicks it 30 UNION "
is the SQ.NEW YORK
orniuon CIOMl.'Slond3)1f and
Thursdays at $;t$) A. M.
ICrlence I
of all successful bree ml_ to feed<< I1..Slarg'a GII., 'HJv-- C'HICAGOILL.-Q jar* Don't) Hl.1It'uur orders for :
tat often, | -- \ HUNTING lll.VDINO and JiyUNn to offices .
say every two or three hours. Arrives iuwt.lunl out.Me
11 they Thurulays at Ai ) \. M. ..,.
longer are intervals two or three weeks old, and Tuesdays ami Fridays :'at 2-JO p. M. 1 t9 ORANGE MAS G.ii. the State, Orders for either will receive prompt t' '
us they grow older 11'edn llb.anlloat'IIaYI: at !).no A. M. ::
l1e yuun time; tomla tsthemu! all alfdayearttheir Closes Tuesday*, Wwlm-wlays, I : ,. -
Fridays and Satunlay at .1) t PLOUIU.JIU10n.;
2 .
111I an wall; their rapid growth of flesh ; p. u.Alth c. PIKPI.KS.: ; .
$ TItlUPKLL.: P. }{, 25
Wt., Atlanta, Git, octU
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'' I1r1 THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The civil docket was sounded, but on account 8KXATOJI JOA7s SVLEC1I. CLEARED. New Advertisements.A .
", .. of the presiding! judge( having been Oct. 17-S. P. City of Bridgcton, Fitzgerald -- ------
formerly interested in ft good many of the Savannah. FAMILY SCHOOL O.V 1'111'S'I'
2.00 A YKAKs $1.M FOR SIX MONTHS. OF THE "!:NATE. 19-S.! P. of Bridgeton Fitzgerald, ;
City ,
cases! as counsel, the cases! were conntinued. Mr. Jones, of Florida, Mien took the floor JOHN'S.
I .... .... and said Savannah
... -. -w- The criminal docket was then taken up'anlt : Br. Laura Sanford Rio dc
lie flections.No MR.I l'I.E$1DENT : Before this question Issubll1lte.t Brig ST. JOHN'S FAMILY SCliOot,
the following cases! disposed! of: I Janeiro. THE
side of the St. John's
4 to ]River,
n tote or the Senate I for at
iD James ]) ,rlc one "-Sch. C. M. Kevins!!, Wicks! New om,
New York steamer this week. The State of Florida vs. em< : wish: to repeat a protest which I once made York. of the most attractive places upon the river!
1) keeping gaming-house ; verdict, not guilty. here on this subject, by denying the will open October 20th. under the care j
i ( vessels in powerof 20-S. I'. City Point, Creaser, Charles instruction of REV. J. H. MYERS jff:
Quite. ,a number of port. The State of Florida vs. lloman Cribb : the Senate to do this thing. I am not ton. : and l lfYER.'I.
d of fell in Quebec on the assault verdict content 1o occupy my seat quietly} and let 21-8. P. of Bridgcton Fitzgerald, :\ A pleasant home( and thorough istruction. i-
Six inches snow aggravated ; guilty. this question by without City :Session:; of 32 weeks
l \ pass saying a few
i lr I8& The State of Florida ,.s. Charles Newman : words upon it. It is true, it may bo said Savannah.IN Address REV. J. H. MYERS,

r J'ernandinlpolicem! n wear umbrellas assault: with intent to commit murder; verdict that t this: is 110 longer 1111 open question: that PORT. 40 Florence, St. John's U)., Fla.IXSTRUCTIOXS .
guilty of aggravated assault. precedent, was ablisllt'll ill the Forty. Bark Usko (Russ.), Herlin, 400 tons.
lI when on dnty.Governor f"1Ifih Congress by which time rij.rht of the Bark Royal Tar (fir). Fclkin, 717 tons. IXXCIX(;. '
I Wiltz, of Louisiana, died in The /State of Florida vs. Thomas! Briggs : Hellntl' to change Ilt wm? its ,rresitling officer Bark Ruth Topping Truit.

New Orleans last Sunday. larceny; plead guilty. On account of the WHS! affirmed. 'I hope that the action of the Barkentine Mascotte, Bulklcy, 025 tons. TUESDAY: AFTERNOON, at three
extreme feebleness the prisoner,judgment Senate! at that time will not be considered Barkcntine W1O.1I. Dictz,Collins,487 tons. ON o'clock, October 12th. the undersiirnrd
the steamers from the North arc coming ns a precedent because if there Etna lit McKenna, 414 tons.
All was suspended and prisoner set at liberty is one Brig ( ) will open a SCHOOL FOR DANCING] fur,
I ( with full passenger lists. question upon which the }great minds of Sch. Palos, Eldridge, 2.itI until the further order of the court. this country weto divided then itVas this. Seh. Stephen!:: Bennett, Douglass, 215 tons. will be given every Tuesday and
\ Mr."O. S. Oakes bought the wreck of the The State of Florida vs. George North : \\'e had an interesting debate upon it tit one Sth. E. H. Potter, Shurer, 049! tons afternoons. Friday

brig l'l ntalll7la for $20 on Saturday last.Everybody breaking into and entering a building in the time, and a good dl'aloC light' was shed upon fi: .Terms for a course of 12 Lessons, ft IMRS. .
1 l la upon it. )fr. Piesidcnt, Congress' bv an act Xottcc to Tax-Mayers.
predicts an unusually good day time, with intent to commit larceny ; passed i.n. 1702! bus declared that the'presid I am now ready to receive State and F. B. LIVINGSTON'
coun-I Miss H. BALTZELL
"season" in Florida the, coming winter. verdict, guilty. ing. officer of the Senate shall succeed acertain ty Taxes assessed for the year 1881, ,

t1i Mmc. Adelina Patti, the prima( donna is )(essrs. Sanborn & Ifoyt and Patrick Kelly contingency to the office of Presi office, in Angel & Friend's store, on Centre Mi ANNIE TUCKER, Pianist 1CI':!,4'1(]
dent of the United States.;
The \
language" of .
York about the obtained judgment against the City ----- ------------- --
t expected to arrive in New having the Constitution does not say that the Presi 'treet.'V AnnEN F. SCOTT, S'I'Uy'S HlCm
first: of November of Fernandina" the former on $1,000 of city dent pro tftnpore of the /Senate is an officerof Collector of Revenue for Nassau County. SCIIOOI.

The Nassau! County Circuit Court requiresof scrip and the later: on a city bond of$"..00, the :Senate:; in the sense that the Sergeant- Fernandina, Fla., October 15, 1881. ST. MARY'S! GEORGIA.
ni-Arms the .
or Secretary or the Chief Clerk
sessions to of upon motion of II. J. Baker, Esq.! attorneyfor rm{ EXERCISES OF THIS
late but very short dispose is! It. dccla-es (that the Senate shall have SCHOOL
Xotlce to Contractors.Proposals
the the court ordered that a will be. resumed the first
the business before it. plaintiffs, the power to elect its own ollll'cnlallel/\- Monday: in
ti mandamus do issue against tho city council;( MeutiHo tfit'jmrc during the absence! of the will be r'cciveluntil 20th October September, 1881. Thorough preparation of
f The citizens of Sumter county voted on meet and Yieo-Prl' ic1l'nt. and when a president! 1881, for work of clearing right of wa '- BOYS! and GIRLS: for the best Colleges in
Fernandina to
of the city of assessa protcnijioie
Monday last to remove the county scat from of the !Senate:: is elected by that body grubbing and grading, also for furnishing Georgia guaranteed.For .
SumterviHc. sufficient sum of money to pay the judgments duiin-j the absence! of theVical'residcnttime cross-ties and laying the rails oi line of the Circular, address

a \ Ijcesburg to in these cases. Ur'll ulon.ln; my judgment, has' fixed the TROPICAL FLORIDA RAILROAD, W. C. WRIGHT,
Mrs. Charles W. Lewis, who has been In the quo-warranto case of J. I). Palmer tenure of his office. You have filled the for two sections of twenty miles each, con 40 Principal.HEADQUARTERS .
i Ir I months in New York winch the law has necting on the south, near Sumtcrville, with -- -
I II upending the l last two ct'al., vs. C. A. Haley, et al., regarding the vacancy organic provided the work now in progress.
for aim have
in FOR
i and New England, returned yesterday. Baker sustained the you no power, mv judgment and to be at the
Board of Health, Judge to undo it. It has been said here time Specifications profile seen MACHINES
Walter G. Coleman, General Traveling appointment of Governor Bloxlmm. It i is and again on former occasions that we had office of Florida Transit Railroad Company, SIEVING OILS

I Agent of the Transit Railroad and its probable that Mayor Haley will appeal} to the samo over our presiding officer Fernandina, Fla. ATTACHMENTS AND PARTS
louse, the
that tie! of Representatives has over Bidders will be required to specify THE HOUSEHOLD: NEW: HOME,
branches has returned from his tour throughthe the Supremo Court. time within which the contract work will
its Speaker and<< analogies from the English: DOMESTIC. WEED SINGER,
I North and West. r---- system have been presented. What is the be completed. CHICAGO SINGER, ETC
I ')led. D. E. MAXWELL:
from rule in the Bri.ish 1'arliamentto-day ? Hasit Every should examine into the
Two hundred coal miners Germany Superintendent.For lady merits -
It SB with a feeling of profound regret that ever been the rule there that when a of the quiet light-running "HOUSEHOLD"
I I passed through Columbus, Ohio, on Sundayfor we announce the death of MRS. EMILY P. Speaker was elected he was' regarded as holding Rent before purchasing a Sewing Machine.
: fir, the mining regions. They will his office at the will of the I
Corning ?
HUNT wife of Mr. Meade Hunt, which occurred body A desirable residence on Seventh street, RuHlem Hemmers Tuckers, Tuck Folders,
go to work on a five years' contract.A He holds his: office! during a Parliament and near Centre. Apply to Lace and Fan Attachments; Otis' Plait-
j H at the residence of her parents, Dr. no change of majority the House:\ has ever JOHN: IlttixiEH ers; Young's, Andrew" and Magic
I severe hurricane, considered to have W. II. Pope und wife, on Monday last. The been claimed to possess the power to unseat:\ 35-tf Railroad Office Plaiters; Tracing Wheels. Tape
i ti been the most disastrous that has been experienced funeral took place from the residence of the him. There is no fixed tenure to the office Measure., Mnchine Belts:
f an for visited England and the of Speaker our Houseof Representatives, Bias Cutters; Wheeler it Wilson
i years, last Rev. FOR KALE
latter, on Fifth street, on Tuesday ,
still I do not know an instance where he has Glasses! Brush! Puds, Bobbins and
.,, northern. part of the Continent on the 14th Owen P. Thackara. officiating, and was been changed. But an act of Congress has OR EXCHANGE for improved city prop- Wrenches : Shuttles, Bobbins Needles! ,

l' itr inst. largely attended by the many friends of the cast an important duty in a certain contingency erty, Thread Cutters, Check and Feed Spring: etc.
: of ofcr Among the I legal faternity in attendance bereaved family. Deceased died in the upon this' officer of the Senate Congress SO ACRES OF GOOD, RICH ,7 Agent for 13. Itntteriek C'o'm
has declared that the President<< pro Patterns and Publications. Send address
: :; at the circuit court wo noticed Messrs. L. P. eighteenth year of her age, and had been icmporc of the Senate in the case: of the : on this Island ; fifteen acres under cultiva-, for Catalogues Metropolitan your Fashion

A; Fleming, C. 1' Cooper, A. A.Knight: T. W. married not quite a. year. The sorrowing dea'h or resignation or inability of both tion. For information apply to Sheets-free. 5
a3 :
a : McDonell, A. R. Meek, and State Solicitor husband and parents have the sympathy of the President and Vice-President: shall I'. C. SUHRER, 'I E.: H. SCOFIELD] ,
: of Jacksonville. become President of the United States 37 Mansion House. 42-Om 81 '\". Buy :St.:; Jacksonville" Fla.
Owens, the entire community.
and when the Vice-President is called I .
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i' i New railroads are being projected so rap- ---- from his chair to the Executive office

Idly in Florida that some of the State papers Appointment of Columbus Drew asImmigration you are required<< to fill the vacancy I DRY GOODS. L DRY GOODS.
tpt Agent. thereby occasioned!\ which you have: done I
1 are hunting up old European war maps We are pleased to learn that the Board in this' case But now you turn round, a few '

I 1I ) II I IJ with a view to keeping ther readers postedon has appointed the Hon. Columbus Drew, ex- days after you have taken this action required -

1I I I the JIIe/uHterings of the iron horse.In Comptroller ot'tlle State under Governor undo your by the own Constitution work. Where, and would propose:\this to J. & T. KIYDD

the yard of Miss E. 1'. Brown on Drew's administration, to the important and lead? What did the Constitution mean t

.. *Second street, there is a pear tree, which is responsible position of State::! Agent of Immigration when it declared that the office\ should be Have received, and will continue to r'ceilarge shipments of

t: af full'of blossoms, with some fruit forming. at Jacksonville, to fill the vacan- cast upon the officer i designated by law? It
did not m'nn.n. case, that the Senateof
The tree is about ten old. It is not occasioned the death of Hamu'll"alr- any
years cy by the United States should engage in o NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS.OUR
.' known of what variety the fruit is. banks, Esq. wrangle over the Presidential office. It did .

3 3r The Chester :Mills, on Bell's} river, opposite Mr. Drew is a very old resident of East not mean that the office should be cast upon
a particular Senator or a particular man butit
f t1 tho city, were put in operation duringthe Florida, well acquainted with its needs and contemplated that if such an unfortunate LARGE SALES! enable us to otTer these Goods at such low prices as cannot
post week,by Messrs.W.B.C. Duryeo andW. resource'', an excellent and facile writer nnd contingency should\ arise, tho office would
fail to attract those who want Reliable GOODS AT Low Prices. Our lines of
fall the officer that had been designated
A. Sanborn, who, it is understood, will we have no doubt will fill the position sat- upon ; -
J A J manufacture yellow pine lumber there quite isfactorily. We hope tho Legislature of to fill the 1'l'I'naar1l'nt'Ul'anry previous
to the contingency which made it"necessaryfor
extensively. L883 will appreciate the importance of the him to go into'the first otll(,(. Now, I do Dress Goods, Domestic Goods,

General Gillmoro has advertised for bids Bureau of Immigration and increase its not wish to add to anything I have said
( means of usefulness. hitherto on this subject, but I wish to read Taiicy Goods, Hosiery, Notions,
the constructions of the .
for continuing jet- what Mr. Reward said: in his day upon this
.i nY ties at the entrance of Cumberland sound. ItAlLltOAD -XOTES.- -- question. In lR.>1 Mr. Seward snid : "Be Housekeeping Goods,
fore with this election I should
Specifications and Instructions to bidders we proceed
like to have tho views of Senators in regardto :
may be obtained from Lieutenant W. L. The Florida Southern evidently, has the the effect of the appointment, whether it Clothing, Cloths, Cassimeres,

Fisk, Jacksonville. inside track in running by Leesburg, and is to be an absolute appointment of a President i-
and what tho tenure of his Hats Caps Boots and Shoes
t.I Mr. R. G. McQuitty returned from the taking in the Pilatahikahaw country. Time pro lempore ,
office is to be. I will state very freely my
North this week, looking halo and hearty. southerly course of this road will take in own opinion in going into this election, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods

Ho has rented the store formerly occupiedby the choice lands of Sumter and Hernando. it is this: That there can be {but one person ,

Mr. Ansley the jeweler on Centre street Should strike the at the same time holding the office of President -
they through Echapuck-
of the Senate of the United will he found complete and attractive, and will repay inspection before purchasing or
pro trmjiorf
and will bo pleased to'uccom modulo the in Hillsboro will absorb
I ,. arises country they will hold his
States, anti that that person ordering elsewhere.
If Ii i ertM wants of his old friends and customers. the trade of the best portion of that county. office\ until it shall again constitutionallybecome

f, The steamer City of JlriJyeton has resumed The outlets to tho Gulf from Hernando vacant so that in time case of n vacancy New York Office, ) N.E. Cor. Centre and Third Sts.,

I i', : her trips between Savannah and this port, county are not encouraging to commercial of the occurring United States in the the office person of the now President to be 83 Walker Street. J { Fernandina, Fla.

leaving here every Monday, Wednesday and navigation. The ports at high tide are not chosen to fill the office of President! pro trmpore -

Friday evening. During the summer she sufficient for vessels! drawing much water of the Senate would succeed to that DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS.

has been thoroughly overhauled and re- Further south, at time cxtrance at Egmont high trust and become the Chief ]Executive
Magistrate of the United States. In my
lI,l paired. She is commanded by Captain John key to Tampa Bay, large vessels! can go out judgment a more unwise precedent precedent -

I r ( Fitzgerald.The and in safely and anchor in one of the it is: to be regarded, never was established SCHOOL BOOKS !

of lumber and rigging of the finest harbors! in the world} From Eg by the Senate than when it declared
cargo the incase
should have
\. wrecked schooner / lowland were sold at mont light to Tampa, headwaters of the that of this anything bodv unfortunately happeningto power LARGEST; STOCK IN
auction, for the benefit'of the underwriter, bay, is about thirty miles. Dredging has the present incumbent of the Executive

f on the 13th inst. The lumber was! purchased already commenced at Tampa which will office, to enter Into a contest for the Presidency -

t ; by Wm. J. Reves, Esq. for $305, and soon deepen the narrow channel sufficient: more now of the than United put on States.record 1 my shall views do no as ASHMEAD BROTHERS

the rigging and anchors were bought in by for ordinary sized ships} to enter. A railroad expressed! to the Senate on January 10, 1S70.llangc ,

R. L. Irwin, ]':''11'., and other Ktlvors, for $S2. through Hernando county is a necessity: \
St. Johns Weekly. they cannot depend upon any one of their 0)Tlu"'lUOllu.te,' 21 West: Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.,

I I It sea outlets for the transportation of their extensive FOIl THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21.
The French Minister of commero has just '
produce. This county t will, undoubtedly HIR."I1iRl'U: STORE 1/'hole.alc and Kelull IMibliNliers, Booksellers, Stationer, and
i issused: a notice regarding the inspection of --------"-- -
; become the richest! county on the -
t tz salted pork imported from abroad Inspcc Her resources in rich lands arc peniimila. im- I = E I C. 1 Wind Dealer in Toys, NCMH and Fancy Articles,
tors are to ho appointed at tho different ports 1.i
z mense. It should bo encouraging: and hope- h ::. M ::. Printing, Killing and lliiuling.
to which,tho entry of this commodity will --
1 V Vij ful to Sumtcr Hcriuuulo and Hiltsboro Sahtl'\tl1y....._....... I ro 83 84 83 m.unlla .
be confined. A of lectures the
course on counties to know that in less than twelvemonths ). .........."..... IXO XO NB.
i ii subject of micrography is to be instituted Monday .............. i9 1'12 82 81 B.
.*. the School? of Pharmacy for the preparation they will have railroad facilities for Tuesday ...............1 S9 82 8:1: 81 SE.15'cdnAIay. BLANKS AND BLANK BOOKS for Counting Houses, Railroads and Steamboats,

,,, of the experts who will be required for these transportation and travel Their (lands will ..: ........ 80 82: 82 81 \E. to order. LAW BLANKS for Lawyers and Justices of the Peace
r come into market, the country will till i9 7ri .6 I N. .
posts. .These measures foreshadow the with good citizens. Villages, churches and Friday..14, 77 77 70 X. Subscriptions taken to all Papers and Magazines at Publication prices.

'. eventual raising of the embargo on Ameri- schools, will make a new era in the development Send for our Catalogue and Price Lists. Send for anything in our line, and you can

,: i-in( \pork I of higher civilization, in many Jf.4KI.Vt'- get it. Orders by mail promptly attended to.

Ills. reported that the Masonic fraternityof places, where the virgin growth of the for- I'ort of Fernamllna We have recently published: Index to the Decisions" of the Supreme

Fernandina; contemplate the erection of ests have never reCchoed the sound of the trust WATER Court of .'Iorld... By R )(. Call Paper-price $3. Two Yours", Abaft the

Masonic. temple at an early date. Plans woodman's axe: The star of empire traVels Saturday, Oct. 22.. ... 7:10: A. M. 7:29: P. x. Mast. ByF. Jordan Paper, 75 cents! ; cloth, $1. Orange Insects (Illustrated).
south in }'lorlda.'ul.llkqllrrald.J.lst "
are now being prepared It will bo of brick Sunday, '* 23: ..... 7:5.1": .8:12:
e or: concrete, and probably three stories in L'tf.sltemuinln :Monday, 24..... 8:3tJ:: 8:54: Paper, fl.ny of the above Books mailed to any address on receipt of price.
of "
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Tuesday 25.. :: .
.unnnnnOTJII f
height. It is intended to make the buildingan in the 'i." t-Giflco at Fernandi- Wednesday, 2U.....10.0.J) 10:21.h :nS,

ornament to the city*." Its location has na, Nassau county, Fla., Oct. 22, 18SI. IVr- Thursday, X......10,51 ." 11:12: 4--y JACKSONVILLE FLA
been decided Until the Friday, :2$.....l1H": (00.00 II
yet ulbn.
iiot new sons calling for these letters must: say advertised ; .

) building Is completed Amelia Lodge and t: EXT-ER KU.OU. S. B. HUBBARD & CO.

: Nassau CluTpter} will occupy the third !tory Adams, ti. N. McCIar\\. H. 10-S.', City of Bridgetojf Fitzgerald, ,

of Downey's. Block, corner Third and Cen Anderson, James, Mack, Mrs.! Ashley :Savannah.\ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
tre streets.' Anderson, Lizzio \ickenouJames It*--S. P. City of ; )t1l.it:7.gerahl.I: ,
.. UmlIerI'rbdlh'r Palmer Louis V. Savannah. I '
,.\. -- -- -- \TTHOLE8ALK: ; : AND RETAIL DEALERS iNV fe
'.' Brandolph, Amey Scott Martin* to "_S. I". City Point, Creaser, Charles-i
Circuit Conrt.The Keney, Mrs W. Stewart, Julian ton Hardware, Stoves, Doors, Su-.li, Rlindtf" I'ulut, OiU,
7 fall term of the Circuit Court for Kennedy, .\. "'. Stephen, Gibb .. :0 British Brig Etna: 31c1'.enna, .
.' ,u county con venal al Lyceum I Hall! on.iy Walton. Yi.turia..u"L 21-S. P.City of Bridgeton,Fitzgerald. ; STEAM AND GAS; FITTING PLUMBING AXD TIXS) '.""*".
', l last, Judge J. M, Baker presiding. T. RlDDELL. I'\ M, Savannah. .' ,$ 'f" AZARD'S POWDER lU1tUEDXCC WIRE. 42-tjaut
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