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: December 16, 1882
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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STATE NEWS. received a threatening letter informing him A DREAM FULFILLED. demonstrated immortality of the soul, as i leaves will be liked during the winter for '

that a price had been set on his head, and was especially told by Saint Augustine, of evening wear. The only garniture is the

Bradford. that he must expect to die by dagger or dy A STRANGE STORY, THE FACTS OF WHICH* WERE Gennadius, whose apparition taught him broad ribbon used for the strings, which may I'
that, as he could with his closed '
see eyes ,by match or contrast, as desired.An .
TEMPLE'S MILLS, Dec. 11.-Mr. Temple'sloss I namite. The missive bore the inscription : FURNISHED BY THE REV. C. Wr WARD, OF parity of reasoning, he would find that -

in the recent burning of his mill,accord : No God, no master Vive la Commune!" FLORIDA, WHOSE FUllER, COMMANDERWARD when his bodily senses were extinct, he foulard exquisite silk, trimmed night-dress with is Spanish made of lace whrt'and + 7

ing to the insurance adjuster, is about$12,000, : M. Saint Andre took no notice of this warning DIED IN THE ARMS OF HIS ual would see and Co hear and feel with his spirit- white satin flots. It is a dream of beauty, I
body. There is a natural body and '
of which $6,500 was covered by insurancein which he regarded as an idle threat. A SON, AND THUS VERIFIED A there is a spiritual body." and naturally makes one wonder what..

Norton's agency at Jacksonville. Mr. night or two after its receipt, however, he VERY SAD DREAM. beauty will dream of in it. t ;

Temple, with his usual energy, has gone to was awakened by the breaking of a window, "That to some persons prophecy occurs FOIBLES OF FASHION. material Coats made that of the large-figured woolen, I
looks like
cretonne and
in dreams said the Stagirite than ornamented
and before another monthhis and discovered that projectilewith more
work to rebuild, on rising a 2,250 "is not to to disbelieved." with beaten silver or bronze buttons mare

steam whistle will be heard as of yore. light fuse had fallen close to his bed I am years surprised ago to find no mention madein The tiny brass buttons seen on cloth costumes sufficiently continental-looking to suggest 7ati'N

There is now a boom of large dimensionsin side. With great presence of mind he threw Appleton's (New) Encyclopedia of this late are called grelots. the uth-telling G. W. himself. ;

real estate in this county, and prices have the shell out of the window, and cockinghis James Hosman Ward, who was killed in Silver or gold mediaeval clasps are worn Immensely wide sashes continue to be k ,
the bombardment of Mathias Point, June with belts of moire ribbon. worn and are draped across the front in :
This is more particularly sent the contents of two barrels
advanced accordingly. gun 27, 1861, although many 1'SS names, have Small silk pompons sometimes take the many wrinkles and tied in a large bow with
II noticed along the line of the railroad, after some men whom he heard running in therein received extended notice,and Alli- place of rosettes on low slippers. long ends at the back. The are specially '"

but as the rush of immigration increases the the garden below. The projectile was a bone, in his valuable dictionary: : authors, Small satin aprons, lace-trimmed and pretty with a kilt shirt and Jersey waist. ;

I excitement is being felt further in the interior small dynamite bomb, which must inevitably informs us that he was known for his pub- hand-painted, are worn at afternoon teas. From the continued fancy for Mother
lished works in three departments of naval
especially where there are orange have destroyed the house had it exploded warfare.It It is announced that a light shade of cadet Hubbard designs, it would seem as though .'
I blue in the of smelt the old lady was the goddess of fashion her
groves. indoors. An inquiry has been was many years ago, while ,this officerwas rejoices name self. Judging by her treatment of her ani '

Starke is more active than ever before- opened, but up to the present time no arrests stationed in command of a corvette on Geometrical designs predominate on woolen mal friend she must have been a kindly old
bus Affixed the door the coast of Africa, that his f mUYremoved dress goods ; arithmetical ones on the dame and i $
1 the merchants all doing a much larger have been made. to a desirable acquaintance. '
to a new residence in Orange;.N. J. and as .
: iness than usual, the cotton gins running of M. de la Roche Saint Andrews house, immediately Mrs. Ward was about retiring: for dIe night bills.A deep mauve shade, that seems tinged ------ -

t f night and day to their fullest capacity, and after the occurrence, was found a she remarked to the rest of the household, with glowing red is called prue de J/bn- THE NEGRO RACE IN AMERICA.A .

of schoolsas ornamented with a dagger and bear in accordance with a superstition of the sieur." interesting
over a month behind, two as good placard very paper, bearing on the

thereare in the State full of pupils and in ing the following inscription :-uPermanentI times-not mind of the yet present entirely day-that dissipated each from one the Lovely white silk Jerseys are worn by future of the colored race in this country,
has been read
by Dr. G. B. Thornton of +
real estate transfers almost Committee Citizen Paul, of bridesmaids over full petticoats of moire, ,
excellent condition, I Revolutionary : should on that first night occupancy in silk or velvet. Memphis, before the American Public
daily, and prices of the same advancIng Your head will come off. Vive la Dynamite their new abode take note of their several Health Association. The paper is publishedin
will dreams. It was on this very night thatMrs. The crab is a favorite bonnet ornament. full in the Sanitary Dr. Thorn-
You Engineer.
with astonishing rapidity. It will not Vive le Drapeau Rouge !
Ward dreamed, or saw in the ,vision of a And the bonnets., like the crabs, are moving ton stands that thej suffer from
be long, if the pre nt prosperity continues, die before Chambord, whomyou have lovedso dream (" Had visions of her head upon her backward. sumption, pneumonia negroes, diarrhoea and dysentery con y

until Starke is one of the leading places of much." Several other Royalists in the bed," Dan. ii, v. 28,) that her husband was Gray satin slippers, with very high heels more than the whites ; and that lung !

the State. neighborhood have received threatening capsized from a small boat some distance and finely-cut steel buckles, are liked for affections and tubercular consumnption are .

There is a large number of transfers of letters, concluding with the following words: from his vessel, and struggling life by boudoir wear. more fatal to the negroes, though formerly
to the of the boat.
holding on upturned Initials embroidered on are padded the colored race were little liable to them. t
lands at Temple's Mills, principall for orange "You and your Henri Cinq will be blownup She also soon after saw a small boat put out with heavy cord, so that they napery stand out in The reason undoubtedly is in the radical

groves and the indications are that all on the same day, and we will make the from the vessel, steer directly for her husband strong relief. change which has taken place in the negro

round here eat heads but pass by and notreturn; again, ina mode of living. They have not left the
near the mill will soon be under cultivation. pack of priests your Books bound in white vellum have leaves only: k
little while she saw in vision, another
crowded into
Among the many new comers are W. C. boiled." M. de Baudry d'Asson is to inter boat manned for the rescue, approach the with broad margins that are a delight to the there country adopted irregular habits the under cities their and

Temple, of Milwaukee, Wis.; John Q. Cole, rogate the Minister of the Interior on the drowning officer, when this".'too, in like heart of the bibliophile.The freedom, giving greater license to their vici-

Michigan, and Dr. Holly man, of Jackson subject next Saturday. manner passed by and did not return. newest porte-bonheur is a tiny hunch ous propensities, but in this way have trans-
Again, she saw ft ,third boat similarly dispatched back in silver. It makes one think of the mitted a diseased bodily inheritance to their ,
ville. Rev. C. C. McLean, Pennsylvania,
: she saw it drawing nearer and hunchback of Notre Dame. offspring. Notwithstanding the
greater mortality'in -
is preparing to plant a large orange grove at Preamble and Resolution.HALL nearer the drowning men (for now there Black silk stockings are considered the : certain locations, the statistics of the

this place, having purchased twenty acres of OF BAY LODGE. No. 2,505, appeared to be two.) Alas this also passedby most desirable for home wear with low last census show that the natural increase

land for that purpose, and already has it KNIGHTS OF HONOR, }f them, but returning it picked up a sailor slippers of black satin or fine kid. among the colored people is still remarkablygreat
PENSACOLA, FLA., December 6, IH82. and then the husband, and they were both ; and that the former prophecies about +
half fenced. taken board their vessel. Awakened French gray and real crimson form a com
Three months ago it became evident that safely on their dying off under a state of freedom are
Crops in this county the past season have by the excitement of the dream, Mrs. bination becoming to most women, except utterly failing of fulfilment. The
we were at the beginning of a yellow fever those with the Titian red hair. percentageof
Ward noted the hour. Several
done well,and there is probably more money carefully increase in the total population of the
the farmers than there has epidemic. :Many of us knew the terrible months afterward, when the corvette returned Fashionable bracelets are exact fac-similes United States from 1870 to 1880 was 30.08.

now among import of these words, and that ere the dark to the Brooklyn navy yard,and Cap of handcuffs, and may be either gold or Among the whites it was 30.20 ; among the

been for several years before and the supplyof cloud should be lifted from us many wouldbe tain Ward visited his family! at Orange, almost silver and worn above or below the elbow. colored 34.67. This shows a very remarkable .

corn and bacon will nearly be enough to the first thing told him was the storyof The queer yellow known as "mustard superiority of the negro race in the matterof r
stricken down and that there would be
last until next year, and had not the farmers the remarkable dream. At first he gave is still favored by brunettes, who doubtless natural increase. The negro children are '
much distress and want unless relieved by little heed, knowing :Mrs. Ward's predilection less 0
sold so much of their corn there would have consider is seasonable all the year round. suspectible, to the endemic malarial fevers i
aid from others. We at once applied for for the supernatural ; but as the par- Linen handkerchiefs of a deep red, witha in the Southern States, and when at-
been a surplus. ticulars rehearsed he became erectus
; were tacked are more amenable to treatment.
and Grand offi hemstitched
Lodge liked
help to our Supreme narrow edge, are when r
auribus attentive and at the close "
Politics was extremely quiet during the more stuck in bodice of Being of a more obtuse nervous organization -
cers. With some of us there was, perhaps, quietly asked his wife if she had noted the a a terra-cotta costume. ," adds Dr. Thornton less
last campaign but little being done except are sus-
very a slight misgiving as to what would be the particular date of the dream. Being informed Paper weights of fine majolica) are shaped ceptible to impressions through their ner-
in local affairs, although Bradford, as not to the date but of the like cathedral bells and without mention-
result of this appeal, and also as to its neces only as vous system, and are less liable to nervous
usual, has sent two staunch Democrats to exact hour, he compared }With the log of ing their utility, are really desirable orna complications." They are seldom the sub

the Legislature-Dr. J. L. Gaskins, one of sity. Results have proved most conclusivelyhow the vessel, and after making due"al10wance ments. jects of chorea-St. Vitus' Dance-or epi-

Starke's prominent citizens, and W. H. Edwards groundless was this feeling. The response for the difference of longitude between New Immense Bombay fans, over a yard in lepsy, end insanity among them is not so> -
was prompt and generous, both from Jersey and the point on the coast of Africa circumference, are utilized as screens or else frequent as among the whites, the only types '
a thorough-going farmer, formerly of the Supreme and Grand Dictators. Our Grand where the accident occurred, confirmed the placed back of a divan to give an artistic of such mental disease being of a passive "
Georgia and we believe at one time a member vision by stating that at that very hour, effect. character, such as idiocy and dementia. Insomnia -
Dictator also made a general call on Knightsof "
of the Georgia Legislature.The while attempting to pass in an open boat Notwithstanding the numerous efforts to and those mental depressions, the result -
Honor elsewhere than our own State, and from his vessel to the coast he was over- of business anxieties and troubles I i
health of the people in general continues effect a change, the hair is considered most I
lodges in many places have sent us liberal turned in the breakers, but clinging to the fashionably when it is low the which undermine the health of white people "
good. The schools of the county are keel of his boat until his nails arranged on
contributions. These contributions were so were pulledoff neck and brow.Smoothfitting. are seldom, if ever, the lot of the negro
In full blast, and very generally in charge of he was finally rescued asit was dreamed; Although the negro race has an ensued vitality
competent teachers. Sunday schools are prompt and generous and widespread that that those in the first and second boat foundit basques of velvet in the in this country Dr. Thornton thinks

our brothers, one and all, have been awake impossible to effect the rescue without be- various grenat and terra-cotta shades are that it will increase only as a distinctiverace. t
more numerous than heretofore, and are doing but when thc third worn over black, brown or green skirts of
ing swamped
ened to a deeper sense of the feelings and approached The free negro with his legal rights is
an excellent. work. Quite religious motives that Captain Ward I directed the rowers to pass any desired material. much less likely to be whitened out" by r
actuate true of
awakening is in progress at two different a Knight by and take them in on their return with Fashionable mourning paper is of dull what is called u miscegenation" than when r

7 points in the county. The jail is empty. I We feel that there is indeed something stronger their bow toward the ocean, and to take the gray, with a black border, and displays the enslaved. The increase of mulattoes will be

and higher in our Order than the generally sailor first as he was about sinking, and as day of the week in heavy black letters on less than formerly.! Half-breeds are not
Peace and good-will abound, thus showingus for himself he could hold
on a minute the right-hand corner. and besides
: accepted idea that we are a mere insur- upper near as numerous as they were t
to be doing well every way.-Correspondence longer. Thus both were finally saved. Does An exquisite fan is of white ivory, neither the hybrid is never so prolific or hardty as a -
We that brothers elsewhere
I Savannah News. I, ance society. .see our any reader- observe that this is merely a synchronous carved nor painted, the clear whiteness distinct race. The mulattoes will in a few I

are actuated by true benevolence, and dream, and is fully accounted for being sufficiently beautiful to dispense with generations disappear. The increase of the
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: that the teachings and principles of our Orderare }in the sun pIe theory clairvoyance? What, any added attraction.A negro in this country will be the increase ofa

PARIS. then will he do with the following narra- distinct and there be fear of
not a dead letter, but a living reality.We very rich skirt of black silk is flouncedto race, can no
tive which I have from the and
same source .
To the Editor of the Mirror: amagination.
trust this will arouse in us all a greater which gives later occurrences in the historyof the waist with the same material, each {
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PARIS, November 29,1882. flounce overlaid with of -
being one Spanishlace
officer ?
interest in our work, and that we will earn same The
: M. Victor Hugo has just forwarded to the Very soon after the rebellion had begun, of the same depth. City Council. I

Venetian Committee the sum of 500 francs estly endeavor to live up to the principlesthat Captain Ward was placed in charge of the Leather bands about an inch wide are seen A regular meeting of the City Council '

our brothers elsewhere have shown. Potomac flotilla. His Frederic hats in the that held at the Council
for the relief of the sufferers from the inun- son then a on Alpine same position as was room Wednesday
We feel deeply grateful for the response youth of seventeen years, a student in the occupied by the silk cord. Their only beauty evening. Present : President F C. Suhrer, +
dations in Italy.'ith his donation the New York College requested his father'spermission is their durability.
; made to our appeal for aid ; therefore, be it I. and Aldermen Avery, Proctor, )McDonald
venerable poet sends the following characteristic to him but was refused -
accompany In buying mousquetaire gloves it will be
Resolved That
tender sincere
letter : Let us oppose human unity we hereby on account of the danger to which he found greatest economy to get good makes ; P. Williams, Dudley Williams, and Lake.
I and earnest thanks to our Supreme Dictator, would necessarily be exposed. That nighthe The bills ordered
to the violence of nature. Wherever the for inferior kid tears just at the wrist, whereone following were paid :
i R. H. Cochran ; our Grand Dictator, A. J. dreamed that he saw his father on one of wants it to look its best. Florida Minor, for printing to August5th

unknown power breaks out and works evil, Russell, and Grand Reporter W. J. Woodward the decks of a vessel, sitting on an old In referring to a cloth costume it would be 1882................ .....................$::i0 00
let human unity rise and do good. Against lounge, the very same one he had seen his
and all Knights of Honor everywhere father board the old dreadful for its wearer, or, indeed, anyone R. L. Dennefield, feeding prisoners..... 5 40
inundations, against fires, against local ca. who have contributed relief in distress occupy on North Carolina else, to say it has "French grace." Dear, W. B. C. Duryee, for lumber furnished

tastrophes, let us organize subscriptions all our receiving ship at the Brooklyn Navy no it must have "English tone." city....................................... ..... 6 93
and trouble. That a of this resolution i Yard, where Captain Ward was placed in
copy Pay-roll of city police and marshal forNovember.
the world With ten head command in There is no happy medinm in the fash-
over. sous per expressing our gratitude be forwarded to the 1857. He further saw his father ionable fan. It is either .....................................147 50
extremely large or
in the attitude of his under
millions can be realized. The sou of the
Robert Brown, lighting street lampsdnringNovember..i.
Supreme and Grand Dictators, and the and exhibiting a blood-red spot extremely small. In the latter case it is
will its and the fraternity wrapper ... 15 00'
people prove might, the middle his usually o'f tortoise-shell, point lace or am
Grand Reporter, and also published in the near of abdomen. The son
W. F. Wood, Jr., salary as city clerk
of will become the ber.
peoples fraternityof Knights of Honor Reporter.P. was so affected by this singular:: dream that for November....;...........................41 6p
men." he telegraphed his father for permission to Highly burnished brass trays are placedon
K. YOUNGE, come to but not receiving the boudoir table and A bill of C. S. Busbee, for repairs on city
In the Chamber this afternoon, :M. Jules Washington, a library or are repositories -
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, reply the same dream recurred the following for paper-knives, wax and all the jail door, was referred to finance committee.

lloche resumed his attack on the Public N. McK. (ETING, nigHt, in all its precise details.' This intensified wonderful etcetera used for reading or writ- Upon motion of Alderman Proctor, the-
i Worship Estimates, demanding a wholesale his anxiety so much that, without

reduction, not only in the salaries paid to Committee. longer waiting he stood not upon theorderofhis ing.Dog collars of inch-wide black velvet are Committee on Ordinances was requested to
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going but went at once. His father hap
the bishops, archbishops and cardinals, but again seen. A tiny buckle or a wee rosetteis
also in the number of List of Letters pening then to be in Washington, yielded used to hide the fastening, which is most The following preamble and resolution,
those dignitaries Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina consent and took his son with him in the
secure when a small safety pin is used. offered by )Ir..Suhrer, were adopted.
'themselves. He proposed to reduce the gun-boat. The rebel batteries at Acquia
from Nassau county, Florida, Dec. 15, 1882. creek had been cannonaded and silencedby Prim ruffs are much worn. They are very WHEREAS the title to about seven-eighths

archbishops eighteen to ten, and to Persons calling for these letters must say Captain Ward. :May 31st, and he was high, and are fastened behind. The received of the land of Fernandina is in doubt, owing

suppress" nineteen bishoprics, in order to advertised: proceeding to dislodge a battery that the one is high enough for the dimpledchin to'the complications arising from the direct f

bring the ranks of the Episcopal body with Boggs, Fannie Johnson, Solomon rebels were locating at Mathias Point. Be- to rest upon. Who wouldn't be a ruff? tax titles,seriously embarrassing the growth

in the limits stipulated in the Concordat. M. Blue, Mary Kerr, Miss I D fore active operations were commenced the Terra-cotta bas-reliefs, showing studies of and prosperity of our city; and
father placed his son on a sloop that was German peasants, noticeably in the child WHEREAS strenuous efforts seem to be iii
Baker Rathie
Noirat behalf of the committee Robert
on ,opposed here for the settlement of,those titles -
I Mason Stewart towed out of range of the enemy's fireitwas world are well brought out by being placed progress
Cummings, David
M. Jules Roche's amendment to reduce the Clark, Celia Thomas,, Hannah a brief space, however, before the signal against backgrounds of deep red or brown by L. S. Emery, of Washington D. C.,

salaries of the archbishops of Paris from Green, Henry Wildman, C C I went up to bring back the sloop. The son plush.A it and therefore E. M. Cheney, Esq., of Jacksonville; be

45,000 francs to 15,000 francs per annum, on Gordon, A J White, Gadsey i hastened on board the gunboat and hurriedto new way to arrange one's initials on Reiohed. that we recognize the efforts thus
Gillette, E C Wood Edward the presence of his father whom he found handkerchiefs is perpendicularly, after the
the not ,
the that
ground sum was specifiedin made and
lizard, Margret Wikson, Prince sitting upon the same old lounge, upon the Japanese style. A rather pretty effect is obtained express our hearty appreciationof
the Concordat, which merely stipulatedfor Johnston, R F Williams, Geo same deck and in the act of taking off his and, besides, novelty is always at the same, and the desire that the efforts m
not be relaxed but forward
a "reasonable" emolument. In spite of Williams, EmmaNO undershirt, and precisely as had been pictured tractive. may ; pressed as ,
speedily as possible to final determinationand
this argument the amendment was adopted, OFFICE : in his dreams-saw, too, the brightred Some people will again wear combinations that all parties concerned and interestedin
spot in his stomach, and in one hour the
amid loud applause from the extreme left, L W West, Bommeau, Charleston Co. father was: a corpse in the arms of his son. and of blue and and scarlet.scarlet The, brown and color scarlet is the welfare of our city may heartily second c
bright the of
green toward the solution the ,
by 238 to 226 votes. SAM'L These facts told ,me last.summer bya
T. were
RIDDELL P. M. usually introduced in the sash, buttons, collar -, question which has so long been a ndrance, +IrR
The anarchists, to whom apparently no son of Captain Ward, for some years an and cuffs.Grenadine. to our prosperity. i f
artist of considerable merit, but for the last
portion of the country is sacied, have made Xotlce to TaxPayers.I twelve an Episcopal clergyman of rare abil- polonaises, elaborately trimmed The clerk was instructed to forward a,copy -

theirappearance in the Vendee, the principal am ready to receive the city taxes for the ity-the Rev. Charles W. Ward, of Florida. with lace and ribbon, will be worn for of this preamble and resolution to the

stronghold of the Clerical and Legiti year 1882. ,Office in my store on Centre street. Such dreams as these are but links in one full dress over petticoats of moire, silk or Commissioner of Internal '
shades of lavender Revenueat Wash
JAMES E. MEDDACGH, chain of psychological facts which have velvet. The faint green, 4
mist party. A few days ago M. Paul Saint City Tax-Collector. comedown through all the ages,-constraining and pink will be popular. ington. \ \: ..f

Andre, a prominent Royalist of Serviere, Fernandina, Fla., November 18,1882-tf. the human mind to one conclusion, the Tiny capotes of red currants, cherries or Adjourned. ,{'" i


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: THE LOST HEART.. man was nearly run over."-' I done? What is to be done?' What would but for him I might have been wholly lost.I about ancient history and the things that
I much hurt ma'am?" inquired have'me Do need at had the affection for him and
The man was you do? you help my truest now had happened a long time ago.
r A trinket made like a heart, dear Morris, the maid, presently. hands 1""You that he is no more I venerate his memory.He It was very clear now that the baronet
G Of red gold, bright and fine, "Not so very much, I think. But-some- are rich, it seems. It's pleasant to was the truest, the kindest, the noblestof was deeply in love with beautiful widow
Was given to me for a keepsake, thing must be done for him, of course. I be rich. I have had money in my time and men." of his old friend, Mr. Bertram. He was
Was given to me-for mine. left my address with the police. The man spent it. This is your house; these pretty "That will do," he said rather morosely."I handsome gentleman, of pleasant address a
i. will call, no doubt. He will be sure to call, knick-knacks, china and pictures glass, don't care to listen to the singing of Ber- he was of a generous and tender nature. He
,<, And another heart, warm and tender, and I must see him." gilding and rubbish, all your property?" tram's praises. After all, he wasn't really bore himself toward her with a sort of chiv-
As true as a heart could be; Was he a gentleman, ma'am?" "All my property," she repeated wearily. your husband. You are aware, I suppose, alrous devotion. She could not mistake the
And every throb that stirred it, No," Mrs. Bertram answered vaguely, "I You're welcome to it. lam not in want that you committed bigamy when you mar- extent of his admiration or the genuineness.
Was always and all for me. suppose not. He was not what would be of such things as I see about me." ried him ? The law might have somethingto So when at last his love found expression in
generally considered a gentleman. With a What is it that you do want?'' say to you on that subject. I am your words, and he tendered her his heart and
Sailing over the water, gashed face and mud upon his clothes, he Suppose I were to say that I want you?" real husband ; and perhaps you don't understand hand, he found his suit accepted. Sir Jasper
Watching the far blue land, certainly did not look much like a gentleman. "I should not,. believe you," she answered that all this property of your'sImean Davenport and Mrs. Bertram were engaged
dropped my golden heart, dear Yet he might, perhaps, have been a bluntly. the land and money, goods and chat- to be married.
Dropped it out of my hand! : gentleman once. But that would be long "And yet, Gertrude, I never saw you lookso tels left you by Mr. Bertram's will-really And now, suddenly and unexpectedly
ago, of course. He will come to-night, I handsome as you look to-nigh't." belongs to me as your lawful husband, if I Mrs. Bertram's first husband,Godfrey Wen,
:, ,. It lies in the cold blue waters, dare say, and I must see him. I shall not You did not come here to-night merelyto choose to claim it." ham, a convict, returned illegally from
Fathoms and fathoms deep, go to Lady Vansittart's ; I am not equal to pay me idle compliments." "And you mean to claim it?" transportation appeared upon thescene..
The golden heart that promised- it, after what has happened. This sort of "It was no idle compliment-if compli- "That depends. I have come back to the Sir Jasper knew little, cared to know littleof
Promised prize and keep. thing is too trying to one's nerves. I will ments are ever idle. It seems to me that old country to end my days in peace. Why his wife's early history. He was aware
write a note of apology to Lady Vansittart. much can be done by means of compliments should I not find a comfortable home in my that before her marriage with Mr. Bertramshe
I Gazing at life's bright visions James can take it round at once." skilfully administered. And surely a wife's house? Why should I not, after allI had filled the post of governess in his
,? So false and fair and new, Mrs. Bertram spoke so strangely, so inco- husband may be permitted to pay a compli- have undergone, secure refuge here- family. Something, too, he had learned to
I forgot the other heart, dear, herently, with such an abstracted, bewil- ment, idle or not, to a wife he has not seen share in my wife's prosperity, ask her for- the effect that previously she had suffered
Forgot it-and lost it too. dered manner, that Morris stood silently, for very many years, whom be meets at last giveness, beg her to bestow her love on me from poverty and from family distress. He ,
., I might seek that heart forever. with wide-open eyes, viewing her mistress most unexpectedly. It was hard, though, to once more, and take me to her arms again? had not ascertained the particulars of her
vi I might seek and seek in vain wonderingly. be knocked down by your carriage horses Really. Gertrude, we might live happily together trials and sorrows, however. He was by no
As for one short, careless hour, Why don't you say something Morris and nearly run over by your wheels. I shall ever afterward. ,' as people do in the means of an inquisitive, a doubting, or a
I with a life of pain. ?" Mrs. Bertram asked, with sudden carry to my grave an ugly scar upon my, fairy tales." suspicious nature. Sufficient for him was
t pay forehead by of momento of the event. "So that is is it Wen-
sharpness. way your plan, Godfrey the evil or the good of the day. It was
"Yes, ma'am, certainly, ma'am," began You describe yourself as my husband, ham?" she began. enough for him to know that as the wife of
' : MRS. BERTRAM'S HUSBAND.I. the startled Morris. "I was thinking, ma'am, you speak! of me as your wife, as though Hush !" he interrupted. Not my real an old husband, Mrs. Bertram had behaved
". i that if the man called, and you seemed to nothing had occurred in the past to separateus name, please. There's danger in the soundof perfectly ; that she was a refined, intelligentand
;. : :, think that he was sure to call to-night" to render you as dead to me forever." it. I shiver when I hear it. Call me accomplished lady ; that she was
"" -r, A street accident, that was all. Quite a Yes, I think he will call to-night. What can sunder those whom God hath George Harvey; that's how I am known beautiful ; that he loved her with all very his
;ip commonplace of occurrence. But the Whether,*' continued Morris, "I should joined together?" he asked, with an artifi- now." heart and soul, and that she had acceptedhis
!i;l inevitable London crowd had assembled, show him into the drawing-room or not?" cial air, stretching forth his hand as though "George Harvey or Godfrey Wenharn suit. The future was full of interest to
';".', ): and the usual tall policeman had appeared "What does it matter? Why not the he would grasp hers. care not how you are known or calledlisten him; he was absorbed in contemplation of
;: '.t, n at last to deal as best he could with the congested drawing-room? I must see him somewhere, "Don't touch me," she said sternly. "You to me." She rose as she spoke and stood it. He had no thought to bestow upon the
.;f..' : traffic. He could be seen towering I suppose." must be strangely forgetful if you think confronting him. Take heed what you do. past. It was gone. Let it go. What was it
i t.. : above the throng; his injunctions to move Yes, ma'am, but I was thinking that as that we can meet again as though nothing You are not dealing now with the silly girl to him now ?
ii{ : on were plainly audible, although not immediately you know so little of the man, anal he's, as had happened during the long interval of you duped so easily in the past. You have Not meeting Mrs. Bertram at Lady Van-

It'; ;, obeyed. you say, not a gentleman now, whatever he our separation ; or have you forgotten what cruelly wronged me, but I have drawn sittart's, Sir Jasper had called in Curzon
',,* A man had been knocked down by a carriage may once have been, and as there's so many separated us?" strength from my injuries. My sufferingsand street, late though it was, to inquire con-
!x4\ '! driven rapidly round the corner of a nice things-valuable things, I meanaboutin I know what separated us. I know that experiences have given me courage. I cerning his affianced wife. He was distressedto
'111: street. He had been crossing the road, or the drawing-room, I was thinking it much has happened since we separated. I do not fear you in the least. I know that learn from Morris that Mrs. Bertram had
', ;." had tripped on the curbstone and fallen almost might be safer"- have forgotten nothing. For"what I did in you dare not treat me again as you treatedme received a shock, that she was not very well,
of.: at the horses' feet. Some said he had I'll see him in the drawing-room," interposed the past "- in the past. I am not to be frightenednow that she had retired early to rest, that there
.;,'; r: seemed to throw himself in the wad of the Mrs. Bertram ; "that* will do. I "The crime was committed;" she inter- by scowls and threats, oaths and abuse, had been an accident with the carriage, a
'., : ., carriage. Was he drunk, then ? Was hey will write the note for James to take to Lady posed."Call. and if you strike me-but you know better man nearly run over, etc. In the morning
4 mad? None could say. No one knew. Vansittart's. There's no answer required, it crime, if you like," he continued, -you dare not You say that you can Sir Jasper called again. He was dismayedto
'(1 t' .' There was more questioning than answering and, Morris, if Sir Jasper should call here carelessly. It was an act of justice, to my claim this property of mine. Prove your find that Mrs. Bertram had left London
:a t! t: among the crowd. What sort of a man was to-nigbt-very likely he will call when he thinking. :At any rate I held myself enti- claim to it, prove yourself my husband, and suddenly for her house at Walton. Therewas
k he? Old or young? Was he a gentleman? finds I am not at Lady Vansittart's, and tled to do what I did. I borrowed the you prove that I am not Mr. Bertram's wi a note for him, however :
.f, r. It seemed to be agreed that he was a shabr learns that illness has prevented my going money; I did not steal it. At least I did dow-that I am not entitled to the propertyhe Dear Sir Jasper: I am not ill, but some-
,';: bily-dressed man of middle age; that his there-I will not see him. You understand? not intend to steal it. And after all it was has bequeathed to me ; it will revert, thing has occurred to greatly distress me.
". "1.' features were large, and that the beard covering You will tell him that I have retired for the really mine." therefore, to the surviving members of his Rest and retirement are absolutely necessaryto
.., the lower part of his face was of a night ; that after what has happened-the You committed a forgery upon the Bankof family ; it will become part of his general me. Leave me to myself for a little
rusty iron-gray hue. A notion prevailed accident in the street, I mean-I found my- England. There was a sum of money estate. And more than that-come forwardin while. You shall know all-but not yet. I
.. ,; that he might be a foreigner.It self so unstrung altogether, so distressedand invested in bank stock and standing in the your own name to claim possession of cannot now bring myself to write fully of =
was more important to inquire whetherhe disturbed, that I could see nobody, do names of trustees in the bank books. You my property and to claim yourself my hus- my troubles ; but I will do so presently.
was much hurt. A greengrocer's boy, nothing. At the same time you will let him were only entitled to the interest of the band, and what follows? You own yourself Trust me ; do not blame me, even if I haveto
who, after the custom of his class, carriedhis know that I am not ill-not really ill. Thatit money. You forged the signature of the Godfrey Wenham, a convict transported for tell you by and by very cruel news. Be-
empty circular basket upon his head, is nothing serious. That a little rest and trustees to a power of attorney, which ena- life to New South Wales. Who gave you lieve me, always yours, affectionately,
half covering his countenance in the manner quiet will put me right. You understand,. bled you to secure possession of the princi- leave to return to England? let me ask you, GERTRUDE"
-w of an over-large hat, but just tilted backso Morris?" pal. You were tried at the Old Bailey for and what is the penalty for returning to He read and re-read this note. It
as to allow him to look a little about him, Yes, ma'am, and that if he comes to- the forgery and sentenced to transportationfor England without leave? Do you happen to plexed him greatly. What could have happened per--
t'4, became an object of general interest becauseof morrow "- life." know, Godfrey Wenham? It used to be ? he asked himself again and again.
the information he possessed upon the You need not say nothing about tomorrow "I see you have all the facts at your fin- death. Perhaps it's death still. You should What was he to do? What was the mean-
;4 subject. The curious projected their inquis- Morris." gers' ends," he said, with cynical calmness. know,Godfrey Wenham-none should know ing of it all? Was he to lose her? Was
itive faces in his direction. The had But I the for what I did innocently
; :; boy paid penalty better than you." that the of her note? What
not the whole of it he said but he in of the law." "Do meaning
seen ; III. enough, ignorance The man had turned very pale. you "cruel news she have to communicate -
," 1 had seen the man down and the horses' Mrs. Bertram was assuredly a beautiful "Do yourself more justice," she ex mean to betray me?" he asked huskily, ?
hoofs trampling upon him. Was not sure woman, although there were some who pre- claimed. "You were not innocent, nor ig with an oath. His first impulse was to hurry down to
whether the wheels had gone over him or ferred to hold that her beauty was rather of norant. You knew the law well enough, I mean to do what seems good to me to her at Walton forthwith. But had she not
not ; rather thought they had. When he the past than of the present. The years and you outraged it wilfully." do. My conduct shall be ruled by yours.If asked him to leave her to herself for a little
". was picked up or dragged out of the road he had dealt kindly with her, however. If the "And haven't I suffered for what I did ? I betray you, you will know the reason while? Could he ignore that request, or
was as white as a sheet; he was covered with beauty of youth had gone the canker of age Haven't I been punished for my crime, as why. I give you fair warning, Godfrey act in defiance of it?
,"' mud, and there was mud upon his face. The had not yet arrived. There was no wrinkle you call it, over and over again ? Haven'tI Wenham. And now go." He wrote her:
;... :,l. boy was quite sure about that. The man upon her forehead, no silver thread was undergone long years of punishment? He stood irresolutely for a moment or Dearest: Your note has caused me much
'; \ had been carried into the chemist's shop traceable among her abundant goldenbrowntresses. But you don't know what transportationmeans. two, gnawing his lip. uneasiness. I cannot bear to think that
< close by. No, he was not dead. At least A certain sad, wearied look about It's a mere word to you. To me- You may get the worst of this," he said. are distressed, and that I not be you by
.{.". i' the boy did not think he was dead. He had her eyes there might be, with the compres- well, I won't speak of it. I can't bear to "I'll take my chance. I know what the your side to help and comfort may you, or at
:; only fainted, perhaps, and the chemist was sion of the lips, an occasional contraction of think of it. Every morning I prayed that I worst is. I'll risk it." least to try to do so. I will endeavor to obey
.,M't brin ,inghimtoandstrappinguphiswounds. the nostrils; indications of experience of might not live through the day. Every "I thought we might be friends." you. I will, as you say, leave you to your-
I The crowd pressed toward the chemist's life, of suffering, of a history. It was said night I prayed that I might not live to see "Make no mistake upon that head. We self for a while. But you do not know how
shop. It was necessary to lock the door to of Mrs. Bertram that her existence had not another sunrise. It's a wonder I never laid are foes. Keep apart from me. You'll find hard I find it to keep away from you. :My
f avoid an irruption of unnecessary specta- always been of so tranquil and prosperous a hands upon myself, beat my brains out that's your better course." heart, my hopes, my love, my life, are all
tors. There was much peeping through the nature as it now was, or seemed to be. Per- against my prison wall." "I may see you again? I may write to in your keeping. Do not fear that I shall
glass of the door, with much struggling tow haps her face admitted as much. "You loved yourself too dearly," shesaid you?" ever blame you, however cruel may be the
obtain a glimpse of what was happening with scorn. Well," she answered. with some hesita-
Still she was beautiful. She was dressed, news that you have to tell me ; only pleasedo
within the shop. No one seemed to be in a it must be admitted, in a fashion of the It's easy for you to say that. What suffering tion, I do not forbid you, but you will be not keep me any longer than can be
hurry to quit the scene. In London there past, for the events here narrated are not tobe have you known ? All has been careful what you write. No threats, mind. avoided in suspense or in ignorance,of what
;." are always apparently so very many blessed accepted of very recent occurrence, and made smooth and easy for you. The sun has No insolence; no rudeness. Quite make up has happened. In my turn I ask you to
,. or banned with leisure, and with plenty of to many the fashions that are a little by- always shone upon you. You have always your mind that I do not fear you in the trust me. Be assured that I love you most
a time to spare. gone seem to be almost contemptible. Beau- had money in your pocket. You have never least ; that if you venture to annoy or offendme dearly. Your own JASPER."
There were critics among the crowd, of ty is not seen at its best, the world opines, lacked for friends, admirers, lovers, to whom in the slightest degree. I at once place
course The critic is always with us. Much in the dress of yesterday or the day before. your lightest wish has been law. In truth, myself under the protection of the police. He awaited some days for an answer. A
fault was found with those concerned in Fashions, of course, have their importance.Still your lines have fallen in very pleasant Now go. I wish to hear nothing further. very brief note came at last :
the accident. The man ought to have been ,-whatever clothes it may decide to put places.. Yet, stay ; there is money for you." She "Dear Sir Jasper: I dare not hope that
reckless in Liar I" she then from her bank note and tossedit you will forgive me. I would that you could
more careful. People were very on or take off, and whatever pattern and began impetuously, took purse a
crossing the roads, and did not look where texture of these may be, whether it decidesto checked herself, and continued in a calmer to him. "You will understand that I forget me. Our marriage may not, cannotbe.
they were going, or heed what they were wear its tresses towering aloft or trailing tone : But you were always that. I have give it to you by no means because I fear I know this will be to you a cruel dis
doing. Then coachman was accused of below, its skirts full or scanty, its sleeves not suffered, you say? Was I not your you but because you look so utterly broken appointment. If you can find any consola-
furious driving. Really, it was urged, there tight or loose, beauty is beauty still. wife? Fool that I was, did I not listen to down and wretched and because my con- tion in accusing me of caprice, of heartlessness -
.; ; should be a little more regard for the safety The drawing-room was rather dimly- your false words, your flattery, your prom- tempt for you is so great." of wantonly trifling with your affec-
of of human ises and ? You The seemed awed her tone tions, let it be so. I may not merit all that
foot passengers and the sanctity lighted by a shaded lamp. Mrs. Bertram,in protestations persuaded me, man fairly ;
life. The coachman indeed I that adventurer, and manner were so commanding. He may be said of my conduct, yet some pun
: was charged a dress of dark velvet, with a scarf of black or persuaded myself, you,
ishment I do deserve. Believe I shall
,, with incompetence, and openly taunted with lace lightly wound about her neck, sat wait- imposter, cheat, were a hero, chivalrous, devoted slunk away scowling, but cowed and beaten. suffer much in esteem.me, But it
being the gardener in disguise,an accusation ing for the man who had been knocked self-sacrificing, noble. I was a weak, Mrs. Bertram rang the bell. losing your
} It is not "Has he Morris?" she asked. must be as I have said, I will ask you not to
which clearly was of an irritating character. down by her carriage. She waited some credulous, romantic girl. surpris- gone,
3 'But generally the sympathies of the crowd hours. Then she heard a ring at the bell. ing that I was duped. Yours was a grand He has gone, ma'am. If he should come seek to know more-not to attempt to see me
were with the victim of the accident, whilea The man had not presumed to knock. He triumph. You married me for my money, again ?" again. Treat me as though I were deadasone
disposition prevailed to view his misfor- was admitted and shown into the drawingroom. which von squandered at the gaming table, I do not think he will come again ; not who has for ever passed out of your life;
tune through the medium of class or political He was pallid, and there was a or on the turf. Then came a long course of just yet, at any rate. Besides, to-morrow yet as one who sincerely respected and loved
very ill-treatment I shall start for Walton early. I you, and is pained, indeed, to write these
prejudice. Many declared that this was star formed of strips of plaster upon his neglect cruelty. morning
but another instance of the anxiety of the forehead; but he walked firmly enough,and "We had our misunderstandings, cer- must have a change. There is something few last lines to you, knowing how keenly
? ; rich to ride down the poor, to oppress and seemed, in truth, to be little the worse for tainly. stifling about this London house. You will they will afflict you. "GERTRUDE."
; grind them. Various proletaries delivered the accident. You struck me"- pack everything to-night, so that we shall
discourses upon that text. A lady, wrappedin I have come." he said, his eyes glancing Did I strike you?", he asked. "I'd for- able to start early to-morrow." Sir Jasper turned pale as he read ; his
velvets and furs, had been sitting alone about the room before they Tested upon its gotten that." "Indeed, ma'am, you don't look very hands trembled as he held the note. But
I in the carriage. She uttered a cry of alarm mistress. You expected me, I suppose?" Do I not bear upon my body, even yet, well." he felt that he could not accept his dismissalon
". when she perceived that an accident had oct I expected Were much hurt?" the marks of your blow?" "I'm tired, and I feel little faint. the instant ; that he could not, withoutan
\ curred, but she learned of it chiefly: from "Not much.you.It was my you own fault. I was I was wrong, of course. But I lost my "And if Sir Jasper should call to mor- effort, resign the most cherished hopes of
the shouts of the The not sober, and provokedme. row?" his life.
; passers-by. coachman taken by surprise. I recognized and temper or was you
had immediately reined in his horses. When before I-had time to recover myself you some-, You could be very provoking when "I will leave a note for Sir Jasper?" "At least I must know more," he said.
i the man who had been knocked down was how I found myself at torses', feet. you chose. Still 'I did, not mean really to He will be amazed to find you have left I will not intrude upon her. She shall
carried into the chemist's shop, the lady You knew me?" your hurt you." town so suddenly." know nothing of my presence; but I will be I
t descended from her carriage. She had expressed Not at first, but I did afterward, when I She seemed to brush away this explanation "He must be amazed, then," said Mrs. near her; I will watch over her. Perhaps I
her regret, her alarm and anxiety in saw you in the chemist's shop.: It was most with an abrupt movement of her hand. Bertram coldly. may be able to assist her even in spite of her-
t becoming terms. Even the most severe unfortunate," she said, with rather an ab- "Then you neglected,abandoned me ; left self. Perhaps in spite of all, there may be
judges in the crowd could not find fault sent air. me at last penniless, to starve, with my IV. happiness in store for us both. My poor
with her speech or her (demeanor. A handsome "It could not be helped. It was an acci- child." Sir Jasper Davenport, a west country bar- Gertrude! she" does not yet know how muchI
', I woman, all agreed, although notquite dent. I might have been killed ; but, as it "Really, I'd forgotten the child. It died, onet of middle age, was very much in love loved her.
so young as she had been ; very pale, and happens, I am not much damaged. It would didn't it?" with Mrs. Bertram. It is a mistake to imagine Sir Jasper quietly left London {Walton.
with what some described as a set expression have been better I had been killed." "Yes, thank heaven I" she said, with that the victims of the tender passionare
y R when she entered the chemist's shop. Mrs. Bertram was silent. strange fervor. especially to be discovered among the v.
? ; When she left it she was paler still, it was I should have died universally unregretted It was as well, perhaps. But I could not youthful. In the mature bosom love often Sir Jasper had been much given to boatingin
noticed, and she wore a curiously distressedand ," her visitor said grimly. "A brief re- help leaving you, you must bear in mind. I strikes deep roots, thrives and grows, finds his youth, and even now was a compe-
frightened look. She did all that could port in the newspapers, an inquest upon was arrested upon a criminal charge, and itself in a congenial soil, puts forth more tent oarsman. He obtained lodgings at the
\ be done in the painful circumstances of the the body of a man unknown accidentally brought to trial. I.was powerless. I often and more branches,..becomes firmly fixed Anglers' Retreat a river-side hostelry beyond
case. She was urgent that the sufferer should knocked down and run over in the streets,a thought of you, but I really could do nothing beyond all possibility of extirpation. The Chertsey. He hired a boat and was tobe
want for nothing. She left money for his pauper's funeral at the expense of the parish to help you. What can a man do whenhe's young are often too devoted to .themselvesto seen now and then sculling rather idly
benefit with the chemist. She gave her card ; that would have been all. Not another locked up? Then I was sent to New love others very constantly "or wholly. up and down stream in the neighborhood.
:: to. the policeman. : word could have been said upon the sub- South Wales. You may call it abandoningyou Middle-aged Sir Jasper was a most ardent He rarely started until toward sunset, to
; I ject. It's a pity things won't happen as we but I had really no choice in the mater and absolute lover. The inheritor of numberless avoid the heat, as he said. But a notion
ii. would have them happen." and after all you did not do so badly. acres and a prodigious rent-roll, he prevailed that he was engaged in the city,
;, The card Landed to the policeman bore He waited as though expecting that she Women, young and good looking as you had, as a young man, served in the army and could only appear on the water after
the name of :Mrs. Bertram, and the address would say something. But she remained were then-as you are now, for the matterof with some distinction. Afterward he had office hours. His face was a good deal
i of Curzon street, Mayfair. silent. that-rarely' fail, to find friends. You sat in Parliament as a member of his county shadowed by the wide brim of his hat. The
i'' ., Mrs. Bertram was understood to be the "You are not glad to see me," he. aid found one, and something more. After a He had the reputation of being an excellent sun had gone down, and the moon was rising -
widow of an East Indian merchant, who presently."Why while you married again-married the :gentleman :; man of business ; calm, shrewd, through an evening mist which much
'i'' had bequeathed,her a large fortune. In addition should I be glad to see you?" she whose service you had entered as hard-headed. He had never married. Some obscured its brightness. It was indeed
'. 19 to the small but elegantly equipped asked in her turn. governess.to his children, You see, I know dim story floated in the air to the effect that something later than dusk when Sir Jasper
j house in Curzon street, she possessed a pict You wish that we had never met?" something of your history." very early in life some disappointment had thrust his boat under the shadow of an over-
., ;t turesque riverside villa at Walton. She returned Heaven knows I do. It is true. I married Mr.Bertram. Many befallen him, but nobody paid particularheed hanging willow, made it fast there,and land-
.',: ''I home in a very nervous and troubled You thought me dead?" years had elapsed ; no news of you came to to it. The same kind of story was ed. He waited listening, then he advanced
Of .. state. Indeed I did; dead long since." me. I was entitled to believe you dead. whispered about so many men. There mightbe cautiously over a moist and rather clayey
:.: Bring me the sol volatile, Morris," sbe "I say again "-he laughed bitterly, as he Mr. Bertram knew my story; I concealed no sort of truth in it. At any rate it referred lawn, into which his feet sank an inch or
1 said to her maid hurriedly. Don't stare. spoke"it's a pity things won't happen as nothing from him. He loved me sincerely to something that must have hap- two. He was approaching a picturesque
There's nothing the matter. I am not ill ; we would have them happen." hebehaved to me with exemplary kindness; pened a long time ago, to ancient history in ivy-clad house, raised upon a terrace, with
only a little upset. A street accident. A "And now," she said, "what is to be and generosity. I owe everything to him ; fact. And no one could supposed to care French windows and a veranda.


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crouched behind a thicket of rose bushes. wounded but not seriously He identifiedthe Notice to Tax-Payers. { tk
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lover ; he is a NOTICE. the. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, which has
The man had been trying the windows one tram made the baronet very happygave of all kinds; and l ousekeep- the largest circulation, and is the most influential ,
by one. All were closed. Then he drew a her hand, and became Lady Davenport. SIX MONTHS after date I will apply to newspaper of its kind published in the is,
knife from his pocket, and tried, by insert- They kept their own counsel as to the storyof ing Utensils generally. Judge of Nassau County, Florida, world. The vantages of such a notice every t

ing it beneath the locks of the windows, to her husband, his unexpected return and FRED W. IIOYT & CO. for my discharge as administrator of the estate patentee understands. -.. ,
lift the latch that held them fast within.In sudden death ; but they gave up the house of Lewis Davis, deceased.L. Thislarge splendidly illustrated newspaper '

a moment Sir Jasper's strong hands Walton. They declared it to be damp, A. DAVIS, is published WEEKI.Y: at$3.20 a year, ,
clutched his throat and held him as in a vise and her ladyship has been heard to say that Administrator. ana is admitted to be the best paper devoted
The man uttered a scream like a wounded she could never bring herself to live there Orange Bluff, Fla., May 29, 1882-28. to science,mechanics,inven tions,engineering ; 1
bare. Not that he was much hurt, but he again after that foggy night when the burglar works, and other departments of industrial '.
frightened."Don't met his death. SIIERIFF'S SALE. progress, published in any country. Single k
was extremely by :mail: 10 cents. Sold all "
kill me," he cried in a weak, copies deal"rs by news- 4 : ,,

scared voice. BEAUTY REGAINED.-The beauty and colorof Y virtue of an execution issued out of AtMresa:!,Mnnn & Co.,publishers of Scien
Villian what are you doing here? You the hair may be safely regained by usingParker's tific American 231
"' the Circuit Court for the Fourth Judi- Broadway, New York.
would rob the house! Hush, no noise. Hair Balsam, which is much ad- cial Circuit, in and for the County of Nas- Handbook about patents: mailed free. c:..
The was Godfrey Wenham. A mo- mired for its perfume, cleanliness and dan-
man sau, in a certain cause therein pending,
: ment, and he had recovered himself. He druff eradicating properties.How NOYES, "J wherein C."L. Parsons & Sons and M. First -THEWEEKLY- ,. .
'1 shook himself free. AB. & Co. are plaintiffs, and Marion is 9
il "Hands off!1" he said. "You mistake me. TO SAVE.-All hard workers are sub- (Successor to W. A. SANBOKN), defendant, I have levied and Cowling will sell NEWS. ,.
? It looks like ject to bilious attacks which end in
I thief. Are one may
\' I am" no you dangerous illness. Parker's Ginger Tonic Wholesale and Retail Dealer in at public auction on Monday, January 1st SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. f
it 1883, during the usual hours of sale Beforethe F
'You were trying to force those win- will keep the kidney and liver active, and GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, Court-House door in the City of Fernan-, A MAMMOTH eight-page paper,containing -
dows." by preventing the attack save much sickness, sixty-four columns, mostly reading w '
dina the stock of merchandise
store fix-
"I am not answerable to you for what I loss of time and expense. Delay at such CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, tures, etc., belonging to said M. Dowling.PETER matter. It gives prominence to all matters "
times means danger.-Detroit Free Press. See relative to the Agricultural Commercial and
did or tried to do. Corner of Second and Centre Streets, War CONE. ,
You are a trespasser." other column. Steamboat Landing, Sheriff Nassau County. Political Interests of the people, while its
"And what are you? What is your rightto JOHN A. ELLERMANN General News, Georgia and Florida Items

be here? Take care what you do. Stand Nervousness, peevishness, and fretting, so FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Fernandina Fla., Nov., Deputy.27 1882. 3 td and Market Reports Departments are specialties -
from me. often connected with overworked females' i in which it is unequaled. Full tele- ,;
Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. .
At any rate, I will know who you are." lives, is rapidly relieved by Brown's Iron Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in PROCLAMATION. graphic News from all parts of the world up
You shall know what I choose to tell Bitters. to the hour of going to press. Original Stories

you-no more, no less. Take care, I say large quantities.for Hazard by home authors, are an attractive feature i P

again. I am armed, and I'll fire upon you if Groceries and Provisions. ny's Agent CHAMPION BARBED Manufacturing WIRE Compa--the 1. BY VIRTUE of" the following resolution of the WEEKLY NEWS.

you venture to lay hands upon me again." best in the world. I the Board of Aldermen of the Cityof The following new stories will appear this

As he spoke he drew a pistol from his ANGEL k FRIEND, Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED Fernandina, Florida, which resolution season :_"Irene Douglas" by :Miss Allie
breast and pointed it toward Sir Jasper. PLOWS. reads as follows, to-wit: Lawhorn ; "The Harold Brothers," by Mrs.

It ism turn now," said Godfrey Wen- Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- WHEREAS, It is the opinion of this Council Ophelia Nisbet Reid; "Eagle Bend," by IL
barn.II Who and what are you? Why are AKERS AND CONFECTIONERS, VILLE. 33 that the time has arrived when permanent Mrs. Mary Faith Floyd ; "Desire Went-
you here? What is your name? Are you B public improvements should be made worth," by Miss R. J. Philbrick; "The Rescue -

Mrs. Bertram's lover?" CHOICE "by and for the City, such as the construe- ," by Miss Janey B. Hope; "Miss Little-

As bespoke his pistol was suddenly thrust '....,. "tion of one or more substantial wharves john," by Miss Eleanor: Jones.
aside,Sir Jasper's hands were upon his throat Groceries, Cigars, and Tobaccos, 1 ,", "or docks upon the City's water front, and Every subscriber for one year is entitledto
again, and he found himself shaken like a also for the construction of a suitable road any one of the following serials of "The

mouse in the jaws of a cat. "to Old Town, and also to make Centre Morning News Library:"
Villain,tell me who you are,or I'll wring TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. FERNANDINA "Street to the Beach as ornamental as it "Sombre :Monde," by ::Miss :Mary Rose

the life out of you." i4 would be useful, and also for the providing Floyd ; "Muffit," by Mrs. Ophelia Nisbet
"If you must know I am Mrs. Bertram's "for a suitable market, and for such other Reid; "Through the Years," by Miss R. J.
husband," he gasped. Weddings, Entertainments, and Picnics "substantial improvements as the Council Philbrick : Reviresco b Miss M. E.

"Liar!" cried Sir Jasper, and he flung the furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-bot- STEAM { SAW } {MILL "and its successors may deem necessary; Heath ; "The Heathercotes,1'by :Mat Crim ;
} { } {
{ }
tom prices at "Herzchen Mrs. Nora
man away from him and could hear his body "AND WHEREAS,Such improvements would by Lipman Hussey;
crash against the balustrade of the terrace, ANGEL'S BAKERY, *, ,* *' '* #>- .* "be enjoyed and would result to the benefit "Vascoe, or Until Death,*' by Mrs. B. M.

but he could scarcely see him, the mist from Centre Street, "of all succeeding generations of citizens of Zimmerman ; "Oniy Nora Heartley," by

the river was now so dense. 23 Opp. old P. O. Building. "Fernandina as much .as the present, it :Mrs. Ophelia Nisbet Reid; "The Image of '
Godfrey Wenham staggered to his feet; C. "would be but right and just that such im- Her Mother," by :Mrs. :Mary Augusta Wade; ri

then came the flash and report of a pistol. provements be paid for at some distant Elijah Bathurst's Expiation :' by Miss :a'

Sir Jasper felt himself hit, or, at least, constantly on handLumber "time, when the City will be more populous Fannie :May Witt; "Make-Out-Hall: a y
sharply grazed by a bullet. There was a HAS "and wealthy; country story, by Mat Crim, of Georgia ;

burning sensation in his shoulder, and he .. by Cargoes.Office "AND WHEREAS, It has been practically "Branly Farm," by :Miss Mary Rose Floyd, '
could feel the blood lightly trickling down. demonstrated, in the wonderful growth of of Florida; "Warp and Woof" by Miss R. B t'
Wenham had leaped or fallen 03 J. hilbrick, of Georgia.In iTHE
Godfrey WH tB AtB AND ATALI "our Western cities, that their prosperity
from the terrace. His footsteps could be on Second Street. vie "was brought about by the system of bonding ordering the Weekly News, state what ..

heard heavily about the dew-sodden lawn. a their cities,in the first place,for public story you want, and it will be sent to you, '
But he seemed to move as though uncertainof O C. H. HUOT "improvements; or to any address you furnish, by mail,post-
his path, now turning this way, now that. o "Therefore, resolved, That the Mayor is age paid.
The moon was wholly hidden. The mist o "hereby instructed to take all necessary To receive the benefit of this offer, sub- .

was so thick that even the river was invis- F -DEALER IN- rrjII "steps to submit to the vote of the people, scriptions must be for one year, $2. "
ible. Suddenly a heavy splashing noise was MH( "on Monday, the 18th day of December, Postmasters and Agents are authorized

heard ? ; "1882, whether they will approve the bonding forward subscriptions.
God help the man 1 he must have fallen f t the City for such improvements (or so J. H. :ESTILL, i i

into the river," said Sir Jasper. r 110H..A.- DLERY much thereof as the Council may direct), 41 3 Whitaker Street Savannah Ga.:
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One of the French windows was opened, : A. B. t "
NOTES in a sum not to exceed ($50,000)) fifty thou- r
and Mrs.Bertram, bearing a lamp, appeared.She a o I "sand dollars, and in a manner to be here- -THEPhiladelphia-
was very pale ; there was a look of abso- :: o after directed by the Council of the City. Times
Groceries Hardware
lute terror upon her face.to \ has hap- -DEALER IN- Be it further resolved, That in submitting ; i

pened? Is it you, Jasper?-and wounded ?" OB. & "the said proposition; the votes of the stands confessedly at the head of i

she screamed, for the blood had run down W "people, the same shall be done by printed NOW journalism in all that
his sleeve and was crimsoning his hand. Family Supplies AND "
cH ballots, which shall read: For Bonds, or makes a thoroughly complete, general and
"It is a scratch only," he explained. The "Against Bonds.- family newspaper. It is more complete in its

scoundrel's bullet just grazed my shoulder. Second Street, I hereby proclaim that an election will beheld special correspondence and its varied contri-

My poor Gertrude, I am afraid all this has HEAVY GROCERIES, i. on Monday, the 18th day of December, butions on all subjects of popular interest,
alarmed you terribly; and do you know, my A. D. 1882, at the voting precincts of this and in all the qualities of a newspaper for
darling, you look very, very ill. City, between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m. the family circle and for the business man
"Jasper, I have suffered so much," she Hay and Grain QCGO and sunset on said day, for the purpose and than any of its contemporaries, because its
said; and then she gave way, burst into : in the manner set forth in the foregoing res facilities and resources are equal to every
tears, and hid her face on his bosom. CD olution. want of a first class national journal.

He kissed and caressed her tenderly. Presently 8 Given under hand, and the THE WEEKLY TIMES"
she started and shuddered. STORES-t' ::J:) Cr :I ....
%, -.A---i. Seal of the City of Fernan- has nearly doubled its former large circulation -
This must not be, :she cried. "But you oP == dina Florida this 30th of
\ SEAL. \ day during the year. Its contributors from
shall I have
know all ought to told
,Jasper. Furniture *'--vNovember, A. D. 1882. : week to week are among the foremost of the
you all long! ago. Indeed, I always meantto YOUR HOLIDAY[ Presents C. A. HALEY,'Mavor. nation and of liter-
no department news or
tell all before I allowed myself to call BUy "
you "
husband. But it was painful story to Stoves you have seen our beautiful Attest : ature is slighted in any number on any pre
you ,
rfs. WM. F. WOOD, JR., text. It is adapted as well to women as to ;
tell. Do not blame that I tried to
me keep i City Clerk. 23t men ; hence, although its political intelligence ,
it from I could. !
you as long as ito Paints DINNER SETS TOILET SETS
is full and accurate, and its political
Let us not speak of this now. You have
editorials free and fearless liberal provisionis
Crockery, .... NOTICE. ,
much. You look out
gone through so worn
r TEA SETS, CLOCKS: : made for literary, dramatic and musical
with fright and fatigue. But word
one only.
CD matters travel and adventure fiction
toto poe-
That villain declared himself your husband. Hardware, HEREBY APPOINT THE FOLLOWing -
FANCY ROCKERS, I try, fashions, and the chronicle of current
"It was the truth, Jasper. as inspectors of election for
B persons social events. In all these departments the
:My poor Gertrude 1" Willow-Ware. Precinct No.,1, polling place at Mayor's of-
WHATNOTS, CENTRE TABLES, pens of the best::! writers are engaged, while
Then she told him all. Her did not
story i
fice, Third street, said election to be held on selections from other made with
journals are
quench his love for her in the slightest degree = :Monday December, 18 1882:
,taste and fullness that
CHAMBER and PARLOR SUITS care are unsurpassed.
indeed perhaps, he now loved her toW ;
; w W. H. LeCain, Thos. Kyddand John Gor- "
more than ever. His sorrow and pity for NaN ,
her came to increase the sum of his affection.He ELEGANT WARDROBES, don.Also for precinct No. 2, Old Town, polling embracing chapters of unwritten history
left her at last, and returned to the An- place at School House: contributed by prominent actors in the war ,

glers' Retreat by the road ; the river was unsafe = .p HAT RACES, ETC. C. J. Westburg, T. A. Acosta, and Romeo of the rebellion, are a valuable feature of
because of the mist. The servants had Denegal. the paper, and have become a recognized

been roused and me.asurestaken to meet the o a j/iJ'"' Call and examine our stock. C. A. HALEY, Mayor. depository of such matters, whether from

unlikely event of the return of Godfrey Fernandina, Fla., November 30, 1882. Northern or Southern sources. This depart- I
Prim t Low to W L
Wenham to effect an unlawful entry into 1 as as FRED W.SECOND HOYT & CO. ment.as well as all others,will be kept fully
the house. The police had been informed I INCORPORATION. up to the high standard of former years.
that an attempt; at burglary had been madeat TERMS: .
Mrs. Bertram's house by the river. THE DAILY TIMES Delivered in the

Lastly Sir Jasper sought the help of a sur- v 1 FERNANDINA, FLA. Citizens of Kings Ferry.having deter- city of Philadelphia and surrounding towns
, geon, and had his wound dressed. It was u __ ___ _____ THE fo incorporate the said town with for Twelve Cents a week. Mail subscriptions I

not serious, the surgeon pronounced, but, as the following corporate limits: Beginning at postage free, Six Dollars a year, or
Sir Jasper declared, it was certainly unpleasant. DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S the mouth of a creek and the St. Mary's Fifty Cents a month.
River about fifty yards west of the Eastern 'THE WEEKLY.TDIES-Fifty-six col-

Landing on said river; running South along umns of the choicest reading, especially

VI. said creek to wagon road crossing; thence ina prepared to meet the wants of weekly news- .

Presently an inquest was held upon the INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP straight line to the Southeast corner of paper readers. One copy, $2; five copies,

body of a man found in the Thames, entangled field South of dwelling at Woodstock; $8 ; ten copies, $15; twenty copies, $25. An I
in weeds and rushes, at some distance thence in a straight line to the colored Bap- extra copy sent free to any person gettingup
tist Church thence due West to line of the clubs of ten or twenty.
from Walton. The proceedings brief Stomach ;
were Cures all diseases of the Liver Bowels
enough.The William Drummond Grant; thence along THE SUNDAY EDITION-Double sheet,
Skin and its said line West to St. River thence The best known and most
man was apparently of middle Kidneys, Blood. MILLIONS testify to Mary's ; eight pages. ac-
age'be ;
down said river to place of beginning; complished writers contribute to its columns
was tall large-featured with iron
I efficacy in healing the above named diseases and
gray beard. It was thought that he might hereby give notice to all registered voters every week. Two dollars a year, postage

be a foreigner. He was shabbily dressed, pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man. residing within said proposed corporate limits free single copies, four cents.
but there was some money in his pocket to assemble at the public schoolhouseat THE TIMES ALMANAC: Manual of s

with a knife, a horse-pistol, unloaded, a, King's Ferry, on Thursday, the 28th day Political and other Information, publishedon
chisel, and a bunch of keys. &. GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. of December, A.D. 1882, to select officers and the first of January, every year. Fifteen

The police had no knowledge the man organize a municipal government. cents a copy.
the body was not claimed. !frade Mark.Laboratory. J. E. DAVIS, THE ANNALS OF THE WAR-A royal r

Sir Jasper Davenport tendered his evidence.He AGENTS ANTED H. C. BAKER, }Committee. octavo volume of 800 pages,beautifully illus
J. A. KING trated. Written Principal Participantsin
narrated how he had stepped from his
boat on the lawn fronting Mrs. Bertram's 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it. J. R. NORFLEET, the War, North and South. Price, $3.
King's Ferry, Nov. 16, 1882. 24tWhitner's Address all letters and other communications ,
house. (It was whispered in court that Sir .

Jasper was engaged to be married to Mrs. CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881. to THE
Bertram, but the coroner asked no questionon Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a ,short trial of your Manual on Gardening.Sent TIMES

that head.) He had found a man trying Indian Blood Syrup completely cured.them. postpaid for 50 cents. Times Building,
RUDIE CANTREL. Address the Florida Mirror. Chestnut and Eighth Sts., Philadelphia..
to effect an entrance through one of the ,46 ,

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Yp \! : !THE FLORIDA :1 r IlthOTt. of both parties in the State in the conven- THE, OHIO EDITORIAL- EXGURI I]'I are on the excursion : i:5.0n-Thomas: A. Hall, Joseph: \- I I

,..,. ...-( tion. The mistakes or errors of our Legislature SION. Presiden -I. F. Mack, Register, Sandusky. Stripling, Alfred B. Osgood. !

Y, may, in a great degree, be correctedby The members of the Ohio Press Association Vice Presidell -J.I. Irvine,Signal,Zanes- F. Allison, Andrew i I
"] '\ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1882. another not so with a Constitutional ville. McLeodSuwanee.Robert. !
; ,: who have recently visited our State, Secretary-Wm. C. :McClintock, Western .Hamilton-B. B.B.Blackwell Robert L. i
"p4 Convention; its work, if ratified by the people have been cordially welcomed, and have received Star, Lebanon and wife. V Ultr. Be- ,

l:' .'l ; $50,000' $50,000 must stand, and can be corrected onlyat all) tli attention which the limited Treasnrer-E. R. Alderman, Register, Marietta Columbia-Thomas. Getzen. Walter R I i
.1 trouble and after much and wife. Moore John W. Tompkins. :
great delay.
3:1 The taxpayers of'our community have a time they remained with us enabled our
Ed. F. Rukenbrod Era Salem wife and I.1..
Alachua-M! Lewey, William !
The of the is
feeling to Trap
present people select -
\ ( common interest in keeping down the bur- people to bestow. At Jacksonville they son.Thomas Benjamin Rush, L. G. Dennis. '
.!: i good men for important positions. Hon were tendered an excursion upon the riveras J.Ward, Signal.. Middleton.H. Bradford-J. L. Gaskins, W. H. Edwards
1'r den of taxation. A tax of five or ten dollars esty and capacity have a value in the public far as' Palatka and'with the opportunityof S. Camp, Bee Toledo.J. Baker-S. P. Canova.

(;::: :'I t .; is as burdensome upon the laboring mind. We believe a convention could now H. Foster, Bulletin, Van Wert. Nassau-Riley E. Robinson,John Wilkin
i of Colonel
visiting the orange groves Geo. U. Horn. Herald Mansfield and son.
:,:: a : man as fifty or one hundred is to the man of be chosen in which the best elements of society Dancy and others. The Transit.& Penin- wife. Duval-George W. Whitmore, Richard
rt:: 't :(' larger means. would predominateor would give con- sular Railroad Company, through their officers I J. H. Simons, Tribune. East Liverpool, Brown, Lemuel H. Thompson, W. H. ..rc-
fidence in its work being well done and wife and child. Cormick.
., ;t A debt of fifty thousand dollars laid upon fairly done.SUGGESTIONS. I tendered_r to the party an excursion to F. S. Reefy, Constitution, Elyria. Clay-L. W. Kickliter.St. .
'i r Orange Lake, 'Silver Spring and Ocala., A James M. Johns-James
",' the city becomes a lien and mortgage upon Messenger Fremont. L. Colee, H. H. Flovd
h ...... TO OUR LA T>-MAKERS special train of three handsome coaches, accompanied W. H. Pearce, AT Oberlin. Putnam-Clayton A. Cowgill, George ,, .
t the property of every citizen, white and by Captain D. E. Maxwell, Su- M. L. Bryan Democrat London.C. Lyle.
T. Jamieson Citizen-Gazette Urbana. Sumter-M. H.
Mabry, Wilson W. Cas-
black and has to be eventually paid by the A. 0. MacDonell
; perintendent Captain ,
k- The work of legislation would be greatly Geo. W. Runyan, Record, New London, sady.
property owners in proportion to the value! simplified if the subjects for legislation could General Ticket Agent; Hon. W. N. Thompson and wife. l\Iariol-W A.Wilkerson,Hugh E. Miller.
Assistant Treasurer, and the editor of Walter Hartpence, News, Harrison, and Volusia-Charles Dougherty.
K' of their property.If be well considered' before the meeting of wife. Orange-J. J. Harris, John M.
the Mirror, left at four a. m. on Wednesday, Bryan.
bonds to the amount of fifty thousand the Legislature. Every member who has in James 0. Amos, Democrat, Sidney. Brevard-Francis W. Platt.
view the enacting of a law or the amend- and proceeded to Jacksonville, where the Wm. Millikan. Herald, Washington C. H. Dade-John H. Brilsford.Go .
,., dollars are issued, having fifty years to run, Ohio party were received at 9 a. m., and left and wife.J. .
ment of an existing one, would do well to
.1 at six per cent. interest, the amount which immediately for the trip, which was, from E. Graham, Chronicle Uhrichsville. to MEDDAUGH'S for
get McClellan's Digest and give a close ex- W. B. Hearn, Republican, Cadiz, wife and Toys.
will have to be paid on them for interest amination to the'existing statutes, and if, the pressure of other engagements, to be daughter.L. .
limited to one day. A. Brunner. Mirror Marion and wife. Wanted to Bent
would be hundred and thousand after he has to ,
.: one fifty doing so, a measure propose,
Passing through the flourishing towns ofLawtey I. S. Morris, Helmet. Piqua. A Piano. Address H., p, 0. Box 56
: place it in form so that it will, if passed, ,
'., dollars, and the principal besides ; so that Wm. D. Bickham Journal, Dayton. 52 Fernandina Fla
harmonize with existing legislation.It Starke Waldo and Hawthorne, Or- Miss Lida Defrees, Union, Troy. ,

I the property-owners would be required to should also be recollected that we can- ange Lake was' reached, and a stop of an Jas. H. Drennen, News, Martin's Ferry Go
pay two hundred thousand dollars in all for not legislate upon the minutia of things hour made at Bishop' and Harris' groves. and daughter. Fireworks.
Thomas Wetzler Lancaster wife
; '; ,I. principal and interest. that we have already a large body of statute Mr. James A.-Harris, the owner of the Har- and daughter.W. Eagle, Select "Intermediate" School for

\ If the rate of interest was seven per cent. laws which have just been codified, and that ris grove, invited the party to inspect his W. Redfield Experiment, Norwalk, and Boys and Girls,

0'' there should always exist strong reasons for grove, packing-houses, etc., and to help wife.S. Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson
\; the debt, principal and interest, would Hoover, American, Massillon.J. .
themselves ad libitum to the luscious fruit application.
law. Unsettled
altering an existing legisla-
w H.
Tribune, Marysville.
amount to two hundred and G. W.
twentyfivethousand with which his extensive and SCHUYLER.
tion is troublesome and perplexing. As a magnificentgrove Washburn
George Republican, Elyria Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental
I dollars. rule we have too much l legislation, too much was still loaded, although he had already Miss Alice Boardman, News, Hillsboro.E. Music and French. 50

\ If at eight per cent the debt, principaland tinkering. A wise, hard-working judiciary shipped many thousands of boxes. James. S. Wilson K. Newcomer, Register, Ironton Democrat, and Urbana wife.
interest, would amount to $250,000.If committee is a great blessing to a legislative The picking, packing and shipping opera- and wife.. Go to MEDDAUGH'S and buy a Big Drum

body. The proposed amendments to the tions were looked into with much interestby James, Kirkpatrick, Jeffersonian, Cambridge for your boy.LiveMJ.
the bonds
run for thirty years, the Constitution will, doubtless, largely occupy these intelligent observers who, with and wife.

I debt, principal and interest, would amountto the attention of the Legislature, and to do note-book in hand, jotted down their ob \V.. H. Cooley, Republican, Caldwell.W. Stable at a Bargain.I .
F. Albright, Register, Eaton.J. .
one hundred and seventy thousand dol- justice to them will require most of the servations. The output of the combined I. McIlvaine, Advocate, New Philadel- offer at a bargain my entire establish-
in this
lars. time at their disposal. It seems to be always groves of Bishop and Harris is estimated, phia, and wife. ment city, consisting of Carriages,
Buggies, Wagons, Carts Saddle and Carriage
slow work to get into systematic work. Thisis the present season, to be about 35,000 boxes, Joseph Zimmerman, Courier, Fremont. Horses, Harness, etc. ,
Are our property-owners ready to H. G. White .
assume Republican Millersburg.W.
of the value of than hundred Terms of CASH.
more one purchase
due largely to the dilatory, lazy of ,
way T. Alberson, Press, Ashland, and sis
such a burden of debt? G. F.
1 thousand dollars. Specimens of the differ- AVERT.
putting off the introduction of bills. If all ter.
Office and Stable-First Street Broom
Are not our.present taxes as great as we proposed bills were to be presented and referred ent varieties of the citrus were procured as W. H. Gilmore, Review, Shiloh, and wife. Street Wharf. ,near 46

,. can conveniently bear? within the first week, the committees mementos of their visit by many of the James Timmons Journal Perrysburg.
George McCIellan, Enterprise Barnesville.C. .
could to work industriously to excursionists. They had left their Ohio W. Evers Go to MEDDAUGH'S and buy what you
Cannot all the objects aimed at be gradu- go prepare Sentinel, Bowling Green.
the work of the session. Until they have homes but one short week previously when Samuel MarneldE//uon-.HeraM, Circleville. want for the Holidays. e
ally accomplished by the present city tax? Fred Fieser Westbole Columbus and wife.
business before them the work drags and the thermometer was below zero, and everything ,
There is no question of party politics in time is wasted. encased in ice and snow. The con- Mrs. Logan, Republican, Waverly.W. To Rent.
W. Scott, Reporter, Canal Dover.'
The known Sanborn's Stores.
:: ,: this matter.. Every man, woman and child, trast afforded by the balmy atmosphere and James A. Hamilton, Crescent Orville.J. Apply property for particulars to as .
THE FROST LINE. the and fruit of A. Estell Farmer .
who owns property and pays taxes, is inter- bright green foliage golden Millersburg.J. A. B. NOYES.
The recent cold snap presented some sin- these magnificent orange groves was appre- H. Newton, Advocate, Newark. Fernandina, July 15-tf.
ested in it, be he Republican, Democrat or P. H. Stauffer Advocate, Loudonville.
features. At the ciated and dwelt in enthusiastic termsof
gular Tampa bay temper upon A. Thomas, Gazette, Delaware.E. .
: Independent.It ature was, onThursday admiration. Leaving the grove, accom- D. Moffett. Herald, Delaware. VASES MEDDAUGH'S..

: is a question of taxation on our prop- November 30, at 7 a. m., 41. panied by its hospitable proprietor, the train \V. A. Dobson, Democrat, Bowling Green. -

: I Friday, December 1, at 7 a. m., 37. sped on to Silver Spring, that beautiful em- Fred. Kampf, Democrat, Wapakoneta.V. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
erty. Saturday, December 2, at 7 a. m., 39. Lawler, Chronicle, Carroll. Tracts containing twenty acres each of
erald with its translucid and
": : It is not alone the property owner who Sunday, December 3, at 7 a. m., 42. gem, depths Miss Hattie Frankinberger, Bee, Toledo.E. choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake
which seemed likean R. Montfort Herald Cin-
charming scenes, and Presbyter, suitable
At Fernandina, in the extreme northern for orange growing and truck farm-
must help to bear the burden but he who and
cinati. wife.
enchanted spot, suited but to elfs ing, are now offered for sale. These lands
portion of the State the
temperature was, Miss Nellie .
Oblinger Perrysburg.Mrs.
rents house, store, shop, or land, will be re- .and fairies. From thence a brief jour- are very conveniently situated for transpor
on- Beary, Upper Sandusky.R. tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
quired to pay a higher rent to the owner, Thursday, November 30, at 7 a. m., 35. ney brpught | the train to hospitable D. Dumm' Union, Upper San dusky,and terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-

":( to meet the increase of taxes. Friday, December 2, at 7 a. m., 36. Ocala where u warm address of welcome, on wife. tionable. Also valuable timber lands in

,I Saturday, December 2, at 7 a. m., 64,. the part of the city authorities was given by large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,
Let every industrious man ask himself Sunday, December 3, at 7 a. m., 56. Colonel Robert Bulloch.and the party trans THE NEXT LEGISLATURE.The February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.
is list of the members of
whether he wishes to burden his wife and It is. very surprising, considering that ported to the Ocala Hotel. Conveyanceswere following a
\- the next Legislature, which body meets on
I children's Tampa is 200 or more miles further south the 2nd of Cups and Saucers at MEDDAUGH'8.
home with a heavy bond debt furnished for all to visit the beautiful January, 1883.
: than Fernandina, that the temperature Of the Senators elected, two (Messrs. T. F.
which surround the town
t and bond if groves occupyingthe
tax he should be taken
away should have been on Saturday, December2d rich hammock land which had remainedin Swearingen of the 7th and M. G. Fortner of Clam ChowderAt
from them. the 27th District) were chosen to fill vacan-
.. J. Fred Lohman's to-night.
fifteeen degrees lower at Tampa, and on the of DeSoto's
forest from
virgin period cies caused by the resignation of Hons. J. L.
Remember that every dollar of the proposed Sunday, December 3d, 14 degrees warmer at expedition until the orange boom had shownto Crawford and A. A. Robinson, appointed

$50,000 bonds will have to be paid, Fernandina than Tampa. the descendants of sturdy English sires respectively Secretary of State and Commissioner Nassau Fibre,
In Alachua of immigration. Senators from the For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior
1 with interest on it, amounting to more than county, on the north side of that the gold for which DeSoto sought lay odd-numbered Districts hold over from 1880. to anything else in use. For sale by

one hundred thousand dollars more. Orange Lake, tomato vines showed no signsof in the rich mould over which they marched, SENATE. June 24-tf FEED W. HOYT & Co.

i frost, and sweet potatoes were not and could be found suspended in the golden First District-S. R. Mallory. <
If every property-owner gives his vote touched. WHAT you want at MEDDAUGH'S.
I 11 fruit which would spring into existence as Second District-J. M. Landrum.
t against bonding the city, he will know that The effect of cold is evidently dependentupon the reward of judicious labor. Third District-J. H. McKinne. Wanted.

I he is
on the side of his wife and children.No the presence of water protection. Mere ple ot Ocala, the party with regret took their Sixth District-Isaac N. Sheppard. to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS

lines of latitude do not confer protection.The departure about 8 o'clock p. in., receiving a Seventh District T. F. Swearingen. Mirror Office.
good reason can be given why we recent cold District-John E. Proctor.
period gave us frost four Eighth
glowing farewell address from Dr. G. Troup
should bond the city, and thus mortgageour mornings in succession, but no noticeable Ninth District-J. D. Cole. Go to MEDDAUGH'S for Doll Carriage,
I Maxwell, which was responded to in hearty Tenth District-Frank. Pope. Express Wagons, Dump Carts, Wheelbar-
property and our children property; injury was done to orange trees or fruit. and appreciative terms by a member of the Eleventh District-A. J. Pol hill. rows-in fact everything.

Weather of this character undoubtedly hard the moved off the Twelfth District-William D. Hankins.
but excursion As
every reason why we should keep out party. cars
ens the tree and prepares it for colder weather the soul- Thirteenth District -J. B. Bell. Post-Office Notice.
of debt and not burden ourselves or our visitors sang with heartyenthusiasm Fourteenth District-H. L. R. Roberts.
if such should occur.BAILROAD. stirring strains of "Dixie," and left Marion Fifteenth District-A. D. Cone. Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M
Yc children with unnecessary taxes. Sunday hours, 11:00 A. M. to 12:00 3I.
county and its prosperous capital and hos- Sixteenth District-Henry C. Baker.
i It is a great deal easier to get into debt NOTES. Seventeenth District-E. S. Crill. Money Orders and Registered Letters from
pitable citizens with a hearty appreciationof
,; Eighteenth District-J. C. Greeley. 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 P. M.
than to get out of it. Work is progressing on the extension of interior Florida, and its genial clime, pro- Nineteenth District-H. W. Chandler. to 4:00 P. M.ARRIVAL .

Let us all unite in voting down this proposition the St. Johns & Lake Eustis Railroad, the ductions and people.We Twentieth District-J. G. Spear. AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.

line having been surveyed and the clearingof publish below the personnel of the Twenty-first District-W. H. Sharp. Northern Mail-Arrives daily at 8:00A.M.
: to create a debt of fifty thousand Twenty-second District-Austin S. Mann. "
t i I the underbrush, stumps and roots for party, which represents in its members, we Twenty-third District-H. H. Duncan. Closes 7:30A.M.
: dollars and think for himself
\ I every man grading of the road is going on. There is a were told, nearly every county in the State. Twenty-fourth District-George W. Allen. Cedar Key and Transit RailroadArrives -

"' ,; and decide to put in a ticket AGAINST strong feeling in the country between here They certainly gave all who had the pleasure Twenty-fifth District-H. H. Hatcher. ....................................... 5:20: P. M.
..I\ i Twenty-sixth District-William Bryson. Closes....................................-... 7:30 A. M. 1
BONDS. and Orlando, inclusive, in favor of the extension of, meeting them a most favorable impression -
Twenty-seventh District M. G. Fortner.
West Florida-
s of the road to that place, and a con- of the journalists of the Buckeye District S.M.
: f! ( Twenty-eighth Hendricks. Arrives....................................... 6:45 p. M.
A FAVORABLE TIME.: ference has been had between interested State. We have met genial, District-C. Delano.
never a more Twenty-ninth Closes ..............................-......... 7:00 A. M.
parties in relation thereto. As hove said and ,courteous body of gentlemen Thirtieth District-John T. Leslie.
we ,
f The and condition of the
\ present temper Thirty-first District-George C. Powers. Jacksonville and St. Johns RiverArrives. ., -

: public mind is peculiarly favorable for a this line would put Orlando forty miles and we are glad that they hpre had an Thirty-second District-J. L. F. Cottrell. ._:................................ 6:45 P.)1.

dispassionate and unpartisan consideration nearer Jacksonville than the present route opportunity of seeing a portion of our State ASSEMBLY. Closes..................................... 7:00 \.)1.

( of public questions. The voice of the people via Sanford ; and it would give our people and meeting many of our people face to face Escambia-S.C. Cobb, Roynal Putnam. M. St. Man '8 and Trader's Hill MaU-

has been pronounced in favor of good easy access to the county seat, and insure to in their homes. The wives and daughters White.. Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at2:30P.M. '

government. There is a disposition to correct the latter place the business of an undivided who accompanied them were, if possible, Santa Rosa-Jno. McLellan, H. W. Sin- Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.

county for Otherwise the more enthusiastic and appreciative of all dorf. St. Mary's, Ga., only- ,
I' defects, reform abuses, and improve our many years. Walton-John P. Vaughn, John L. Camp-
,methods of administration. The interests county of West Orange" will loom up that was new and beautiful which presenteditself bell. Arrives" Tuesdays Mondays and and Thursdays Fridays at at 8:00 2:30 A.p. M.M.

of the public are felt to be higher and better with startling distinctness to the vision of to their observation. Many an Ohio Holmes-J. S. Calk. Wedn'sdaysandSat'days: A.31.

than the interests of individuals. In fact, the business men of Orlando. The de Bary home will be decorated at Christmas with Washington-E. P. Melvin. Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,

; individualism in politics has been dealt a Line is on the alert for this business, anda the fruits, flowers and nbvelties of our semi- James Jackson-J.A. Robinson.CalhounLawrence F. McCIellan. W. H. Milton, Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 P. M.p.,M.

I severe blow. survey is or has been made, coming with tropical land ; and through the able jour- Baker. SAML. T. RIDDELL

It is, therefore a favorable time in our in six miles of this town. But then there nals represented rby our visitors, much valuable Franklin-John E. Grady.

.. '''f i State affairs to reform our organic law. are companies trying the"scare" and correct information will be dissem- Liberty Wakulla-William George W.H. Neal.Tully. NOTICE.

'I There is a general admission that it needs to game. The only real, tangible line is "ours." inated in regard to Florida. Gadsden-Thos. L. Ward G. A. Hendry, OFFICE or THE

'\ be reformed, not in the interest of a party, It is feasible, practicable now. Take right The officials of the Transit & Peninsular Claborn Munroe. FLORIDA TRANSIT RAILROAD Co.,

_ ,- t but in the interest of all the people who hold of it, gentlemen, and push it to an Road deserve great credit for their successfuland Leon-Charles Rawlings, Isaac Jenkins, FERNANDINA, FLA.. Nov. 21, 1882.
+ Wallace S. Weeks Mack Stock-
Davis. SPECIAL :MEETING of the
c&ustitute commonwealth. early completion. The delay caused liberal manner of bestowing courtesies A
1 our The Democratic by a Jefferson-Geo. W. Witherspoon, Geo. W. holders of this Company will be heldat
,' party is largely in the ascendancy in few individuals with "lots of chin," for the upon our visitors,nothing having been omit- Proctor, William A. Bird, Moses W. C. Mc- the Office of the Company, in Fernan

the Legislature; it is, therefore, responsible purpose of delay only, ,will cause the loss of ted which could add to their convenience or Cardy. dina, Fla., on Thursday, December 21st,

; for initiating the methods of revision of our thousands of dollars in the development of comfort. Mr. Papy, General Freignt Agent, Taylor-Samuel A. Wilcox. at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of taking
Lafayette-Thos. S. Goodbread. into consideration the proposition to
Lt' Constitution. It goes without saying that a the country. Orange county now has deposited joined the party .at"Waldo, and assisted in Levy-N. A. Blitch, W. W. Clyatt. idate the railroad and property of this Company

Constitution should be unpartisan ; that it to her credit in one of,the Jacksonville their entertainment with his usual tact, en- Hernando-C. C. Keathly, Francis M. with that of the Tropical Florida Rail-

} + ,x, should be equally acceptable to those who banks, between two and three thou- ergy and promptness.The Townsend. road Company and the Peninsular Railroad
Hillsborough-Calfrey L. Wilder, Jno. J. Company, to form one company, under the
sand dollars. Another and evidenceor reached Jacksonville at 1
for:* it, whether they are politically in the telling party a m. M. McMullen. name of "The Florida Transit and Peninsular -

;' majority or in a minority.If our thrift, and of the efficiency of our Thursday morning.The Manatee-Jno.. Whidden. Railroad Company."

we are to have a convention for revising board of. county commissioners.-Tavares following are the names of the mem- Polk-Jno. W. Bryant. By order of the Board of Directors.
l\Ionroe-James P. Perkins, William B. S. HENNING,
s the Constitution, we need the best men Herold. bers of the Ohio Editorial Association. who Bethel. 1 td President.PHE .



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: More economical than the ordinary kinds, A large and handsome stock of latest styles,
I and cannot be sold in competition with the O
,i multitude of low test,short weight,alum or ..... coo
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. .; FURNITURE I I From LOW-PRICED to FINE Goods. F
' 38 106 Wall Street,New York. .,, "." > o # .
J'J.t. I JIfilJ'"'Orders by mail receive prompt attention,and carefully filled by
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Hair-Cutting and Shampooing done for I AND EASTIN ,
Ladies and Children. F. W. MUMBY. J. N. C. STOCKTON. R. D. KNIGHT.
Ladies waited upon at their residences. 4 .

"iJ .h '. All Grades and StylesOF The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States.

FURNITURErii'FRED Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures,House-Furnishing Goods,Wood and
WillowWare,Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc.

: 1\-\ Dinner Sets,$15 to$75; Tea Sets,$4 to$35; Chamber Sets,$3 25 to$25; Parlor Lamps, -y
AND 'jcJ $125 to$15; Library Lamps,$3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps,$150 to$8. Table Cutlery,Plated R,
-- Ware, Tea Trays,Coffee Urns,Pots,etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels, '
48 No. 13 West: Bay Street,JACKSONVILLE,FLA.


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constantly on hand a fine assort- JjM Real Estate.
and DOMESTIC River and Ocean Steamboats.MALLORY'S ,

Drugs and Chemicals, IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, ,

Proprietary and Fancy Goods Fernaudiua, II I I


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carefully compounded with pure ,"
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PALMER BRO'S, parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- q., 1

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FURNITURE business. STATE OF TEXAS, 1,542 TONS.- "
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FERNANDINA, '...- FLORIDA. ERS,by exemption for.a.term, of years from WESTERN TEXAS, . 1,210 TONS. \

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towns. Apply to

DOMESTIC AND PORTED Office cor.Beach&7th sts.,Fernandina.

DRUGS AND CHEMICALS obtained for new inventions of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERXANDIXA FOR NEW YORK I
PATENTS or for improvements in old ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-

Standard Patent Medicines, ones. Caveats, Infringements,TradeMarksand sonville,Cedar Key,andPeninsular, Railroad. (
all patent business promptly attendedto. This Line, having no Transfers* between Fernandina and New
REJECTED may still,in most cases,be pat- FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
H Fancy TOILET Articles, I Immmmm ented by us. Being opposite the U.S.Pat-
mmmmfmmi mimmumtmmmmim m mJi ent Office,and engaged in PATENT BUSI- The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
PERFUMERY, ents in less time than those,who are remote connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
FURNITURE from Washington.When ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Inventors send model or sketch, JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
LUBIN'S EXTRACTS etc. we make search in the Patent Office, and RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
advise as to its patentability free of charge. PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA,and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
Correspondence confidential; fees,reason- LAKE WEIR.
& Especial and cateful attention paidto
Physicians' Prescriptions, by refer by permission to the City Post- '
an experienced Druggist. master, and to the Superintendent of thePostOffice freight,passage rates,and schedules,or further information,apply to
Money Order Division in Wash R. W. SOUTH WICK, Agent,
;*ME. RABB, the Manager, will sleep ington. For special references,circular,ser- FERNANDINA FLORIDA. e
vice,terms, etc.,address ,
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. ;b:, < GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. I Assessor of axes-Thomas Barco
Pi : ottoa
...,'"t" ... .... .. -" '"' ,- '0' County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant.
!,i!* 1 ( United States Officers.LAND Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Revenue Frederick

W,1"1 .. 0 ,. -.. .. ,. .' ,' .0 ., .. ,". Sheriff TJ. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. N. Foy
"f '
O 44 ,I ...aa1 .1'0'. .;" .i7 4: r i 'SS""" OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. P.'Canova San- Superintendent of Schools
;! ... -. '- ... ;:;. >: '. i. ) R A. Barnes ''Gainesville Assessor'of Taxes-George -H. C. Martin
eg2ster-L. derson. Fort Mc(oy. ,
i\\ ,. ,. ., Receiver -John F. Rollins, Gainesville.
;. '.r. ;, .. .,. .... . I Malachi :Martin Tallahassee Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COU. TY.
".'.< .. ,,'-..--. Surveyor-General Sanderson. .
f. '' .. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron
I .
n' sr .
'1 I'. .. ;*;? > ;,c";' : THE ... ,,'\"'. ,'0\ ,.,. DISTRICT COURT.Judge.Thomas Superintendent of'Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West
Sheriff George A. Demerritt
f .1 I. Key West
: Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY.County Assessor of Taxes Walter C.
: H $ Maloney
Marshal J. H. Durkee Jacksonville.
hj 0 Key West. -'
: Judge-J.. R. Richard Providence.
.... Walter Jacksonville.
k...,\' .\ !.,1 .0....... Clerk-Philip Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Walter C. Malone
.."' .0 j .. INTERNAL REVENTE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key West. >
0 ,' .
..rl : 3 Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superinterdent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key
Butler. '% est.
FLORIDAJ' MIRRORs John Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.
W. Howell, Santa Fe.Superintendent.
,..., .,i Edward Jacksonville.John County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Feman-
'1; ,.. .,. < --. .'.., ". Hopkins, of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.
if. ; F. House, St. Augustine. Starke.
A. Edwards
' o' Fernandina.
.oJ! .. Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key.
'\;. BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff Peter Cone
;'It. \ \ ; .'..",: Fernandina.
.:r.!..,'. .0 '. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer
' .; ':1, ::, Ii State Officers. Point. nandina.
" i.f.!!'....., Clerk A. A. Stewart Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott
: Assessor Taxes Wallace R. :Moses Georgian nandma.
!: STEAM Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. -
( "
, Superintendent of Schools Y .
.' na. A. Mahoney
ti Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel .
"I': 'I .I ., Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Callahan.
:r oJ 0. Key Nest.Secretary .
State-John L. Crawford Tal- lando, Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE COUNTY
"L ;; .. of ,
,., i -" .. lahassee. of. Schools-A. Grady, La County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando
. 1': I IV ; f.!.. Comptroller W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange., Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.

.".". .P" 0, i ,. } '.0. Treasurer Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W.Shine Fort Reid.
:..1 1, "J d "' .f / ... Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes James M. Owens, Fort
,. ,
Reid Fla.Collector.
"'.. h hassee. Park. ,
I.--': .1 Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk O. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Richard H. Marks
.. Tallahassee. Springs. Sanford. '

Superintendent of Public Instruction K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks
Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. '

: i iR Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY.

., BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.CbmmissionerrA. Collector of Revenue Wm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
0 A. Robinson, Tallahassee. :Maxville. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka

,,' Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
; : t. c l Columhus Drew Astor Collector of
Special Agent- COLUMBIA COUNTY. Revenue-Joseph Price.

I !n Building, Jacksonville. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Strickland.Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W

I'IhIVIi' $ ;''I SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., lake City.
Q i, I II Chief Justice--T&. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.

:h '1 :j Associate Justice-J. Westcott. jr., Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
I .u Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry. .
E ; I 0 Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent ofSch ools JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

: a,,0tI1,I ,,!hu-- Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin

,. Gerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.
? IeNI, h County Treasurer-D. S.
( Sutton
g Perry.
County Judge-William A. :McLean Jack- ,
ri1 sonville. County Sun'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
First Circuit-Augustus E. :Maxwell, Pen- Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee.Perry.
Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville.
fc I'N'Hl' dll6 r3 sacola. Assessor of Taxes-S. H.
I IJ l id Peacock, Perry.ST. .
'. ; trl Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville.
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas-
Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY.

o see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. ville. County Judge H. R. Cooper, St. Augus-

1 1J Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Rel.'enue-Moses J. Brown, tine.
.r Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

ville.Fifth Crrcuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine

ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St.

.. Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY.: Augustine.

. ,i- tl I: .,' I Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-rHenry J. Stewart, Jasper.. St.Collector of Revenue-Joseph. F. Llambias,
'J.! Clerk-J. Caldwell
Jasper. Superintendent Schools C. F.
of Perpall,
M. Duncan
Court Calendar.FIRST Sheriff-James Jasper, St. Augustine.
Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum.

j ,. '. :BC>C> .A. :JLJ: Fall Term- CIRCUIT. Collector of Revenue.-W. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY.
County Judge-Henry
r tf S.Cassidy
; Leesburg
.; fh.J'S"" .;: ..' ", ..' .,, r' . .. .' ; Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Columbia Superintendent County of Schools-Joshua H. Roberts Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. ,

-i,< ..; :-. Walton, 4th Monday in October. Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.

., ".f'.. ." .... t J ,",. .' :.. ,; Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall, Webster.
: in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Ret'e'lme-J. R. G. Hamilton,
", Washington, 2d Monday after4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville.

I, .. in October. ville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Sumterville.
;, October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. SUWANEE COUNTY.

JOB PRINTING HOUSE Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Assessor'of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks-. County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville.

10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Ret'enue-F. M. Townsend, Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak.

Spring Term. Brooksville. Sheriff-John R. Sessions Live Oak.
Schools-D. H. Thrasher
THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of ,
Assessor Taxes W.
Spring Tf.Tln- Fort Dade. born. of H. Sessions, Wei-

'. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-Robert F. Allison,

.. April.Madison. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak.
2d in
". Monday April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones

.j, ... ..:!,ti.-: ".. Beech Street, Opposite ,Egmont Hotel, Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak.
Suwanee 1st after 4th :
Monday Mondayin
I Assessor of Taxes-S.E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
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'. April.Columbia Collector of Ret'enue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa.
',,": 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
t j in Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson prise.
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.o Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
in April. JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.

Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-

S Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.
FERNANDINA; i. FLORIDA. October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Ret'enue-J B. Jordan, De-

.J Madison, 2d Mondav in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land.
-, ,. 'r y' f '. :Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,
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t .", tl i 1'1; t : .... ." :' ., ;I',.. 1.\,..' .. .. :' Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Treasurer-'V.. Girardeau Mon-
o. .1 .'iJ., ." ,'0" ,. : after 4th County Enterprise.
-4- 0 l' f "" .': "' ,,,,,- \ .. "> '. ,. 1I .'. 'r >. Suwannee, Monday Mondayin
I ticello. WAKULLA

j"T: ;: :; ; :>'V'*,',?-:-'<::*y'. ;".. ... :' ...... October.Columbia October. 3d :Monday after 4th :Monday ticello.N Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon Sheriff County Judge W. H.-W.Walker A.COUNTY.Giles, Crawfordville., Crawfordville.

., .,. ...... .,- Lafayette, .6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
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0' ..!i1. } 1. ," of Schools
; w" ? keenah. Superintendent -W. T. Duval,
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I t' ....Jt.,11, i l .A: '. ., .,.....1, ,. t tit.. 'l';'\." ,, ,. < jO ;': .. 7, LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville.
--d'. \ ,> FOURTH CIRCUIT.
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n ,. .. :. 1." Spring Term- County Judge W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw-
I .- }'; ($' .. Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. fordville.
St. John's in March.
; ,', ', ,.A -.. c .': .'" ; : Tuesday Clerk-Howell Hawkins New Collector of Ret'enue-'V. H. Walker,Craw-
{ ; :; 4th in March. Troy.
? > Clay Tuesday
': .; ., : ', ; :. <> :,.,<., : ; New fordville. .
Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey
i .. ..',?,' .... .....,. ... Bradford,'lst Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw
r; ""Jf':} .; I x'rzr ;.' fordville.
Treas1.lrer-J. M. N. Peacock New
;. \ Nassau,,3d Tuesday in April. County ,
Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy.
: I Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.

.. ,'. .. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy.
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1 o' 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. Ackley, New Troy. W. P. STREETY,
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Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,

.. Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
,.\ I '. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. ::::5-:
1 Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.

; 1. Having added NEW TYPE AND NEW PRESSES to our office: and having CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel,

I I I SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to use the same,. we are now Spring Term- Tallahassee.
li Treasurer-J. L. Tallahassee.
Sumter 3d in March. Demilly.
: to do and kind of Monday
prepared any every printing,
Collector Revenue-C. C. Pearce Talla-
lot .1.. Marion, 4th Monday in March. ,
'. Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.
t, 1 March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. -
1 4th after 4th in .
Levy, Tuesday Monday 'I f'a' ill IpA

1\\ I I FROM :March.Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-LEVY W. H.COUNTY.Sebring, Bronson; .
A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.

... .ts'. '. i ...". 'j< .. 1 I Fall Term= Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.
: 3t i 3 3r r"i Sumterlst Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.

:- Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
: Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Key.Superintendent. ,

i Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. of Schools-J. B. Menden-

J "'''.' \ i: .As Neatly<<;. and as Cheap ,as any Office in ,Florida.l. November.AlachuaVlst Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall Bronson. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .

.. .... ..... .. .. j 11' MADISON COUNTY.
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II- ',; .' ". .. ..'.1'+ Term-SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- AND GUTTERING,

'". '! \.. Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS.. :M. Hankins, Madison. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
; ';/' :_, Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
; t.t.. ,.. .. ". ; Brevard, 1st Monday in March.
toi1i ( Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, call and prices with those of
.L .,,1. t.. .",, .. "# in compare my
ri. .' ,,,,. ", .' ,."\. ....". "S ',.t I r. Dade, 3d Monday April.Fall Madison. other houses, here or elsewhere.G. .
":,'if',,::"'1"-";"""' ,'. I ., : .",.,","".,YI.t'.t': ,,,'::" ....,..,.,.,. ,! ..! ,' . ..'r._ Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison.

t I. ti-or::1 >J'j. '" .1.-t....' ;.P '''!': .,: ",'. + d:1i'i..; .. ... ." ,. Ii .. !.tf/C;/ t :j.. ( '),;: : ..' J. $ ; Volusia, 2d :Monday in September.
: I> (:f L'f: : : : .J ; "j- .. If:;' ison.Assessor
Brevard 4th : .
Monday September.Dade
of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth Mad-
.'; \ ._. ,iZ't.i.. : ;'.'' '.; .1'> 2d Monday in November. ft'L
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t ",I ',,f }.oj'. 'H ,:' ': -.' /"' '. j ,!" ,':! 1., ...!......."...-';. !''. ,,i".,'. ",. .' ; .' MANATEE COUNTY.
..\ t...?f''Ij!!:., ,, .., : ''.-- I." .:.t.o'. '. '. .' :? I'.:I,".,' t<, ."" ... ,' ',.. :, ,': ,." ",. County Officers. IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
T. Crawford Manatee.
.. .: 't i:s r-.tt {> Ni"r! : J : ,". ,' 'f. :: ,.- / :: : /.: County Judge-Z. : ,
.. .. .. ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S.Griffith, Ianatee.SheriffA' .
t :: : !,-: tl : :. (,... .'t; : .. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
I I :.'a.. '. t', ., j ; .. County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gainesville S. Watson, Pine Level. To and from Steamers and Trains.
I.( I ..' .. '\ .. .-t.. :' Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown
If. ..1 .'t.'I: 0 'd' h" ;<; >: a ./'C'e! .,' 'rL'S: ,..1.I I! :,
I J i Q : ; Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.

': Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash. FOR SALE :
,,1 1 1 11 : to'c Assessor...of' axes-George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools-Felix 0 J. Seward, HORSES BUGGIES HARNESS
: jap Don't send your orders for PRINTING,, BINDING and RULING outside Hawthorne. Pine Level. CARTS, AND WAG>S.

11 1 the State. Orders for either will receive prompt attention from us. Address Collector of Rez.'enue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY.

t I : ville. { County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. TERMS CASH.'
1; FLORIDA:. i1IIIiIIOII: Superintendent of Schools W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. S3"0ffice and Stable-First Street, near

..j I, ," oct9 y ,:" \ ?:, : ,Ii : t t -t N _U FERNANDINA, FLA. Gainesville. I Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49-t!
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JUTE.In will be very evident, compared with the old acres, could have worked three times as Professional and Business Card CARD l
teeth. As the permanent nippers wear and much. TIME ,. :: ,
articles this alluded
on subject we or THE
previous t
chiefly to the adaptability of jute to continue to grow a narrow portion of the Have not gone over the books yet, but our DR. H. ST. JAMES, !1 1.
will not be far from seventeen
coned shaped tooth is exposed by the attri- average yield
climate and soil, and the simpler methodof FLORIDA TRANSIT RAILROAD xt
our its cultivation and preparation for market.It tion of the teeth on each other. The mark gallons per ton. Did not try to make su DENTIST7
will be proper now to say somethingabout will be wearing out and the crowns of the gar. ________________ PENINSULAR RAILROAD 1i
its uses distribution and manufac- teeth will be sensibly smaller than at two Office on Second Street, (over Wm. Lake's I

years. Between three and a half and four HOUSEHOLD NOTES. Jewelry Store), (Waldo Branch,)

ture.With the exception of the experiments in years the next pair of nippers will be changed FERNANDINA FLORIDA.

its cultivation now going on in this country, the central nippers will have attained nearly. BAKED TCENIPS.-Pare and cook until near- AND ,

it is produced exclusively in India, where, their full growth, a vacuity will be left ly tender in salted boiling water; drain and Anaesthetics administered when required. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
small beginning under the patronageof where the second stood, and the corner teeth lay in a baking dish, and pour over them a Fifteen years' experience. Fees moderate. ,! ,
from a .
will be diminished in breadth, worn down, Two ; tl.l ]
the English Government a few years ago, sauce as follows: large tablespoonfulsof q
have risen to more than a million and the mark in the center of the tooth will butter and two heaping tablespoonfuls of LOUIS A. C. LANGE, l

and the crops a half of bales of three hundred pounds become faint. The second pair of grinderswill flour, stirred together in a skillet ; when TTPHOLSTERER In Effect September 24th, 1882. i,

weight. It was found to be so easy to cultivate be shed. At four years the central nip- thoroughly heated and mixed add a teacupful U SADDLE HARNESS-MAKER,
so safe as a crop against the floods and pers will be fully developed, the sharp edge of milk stirring it in gradually, with a AND ,
which severely affected cotton, and somewhat worn off, and the mark somewhat little peperand salt. Add little bits of broken Foot of Centre Street GOING SOUTH. ti

withal l so cheap and durable as a fibre for wider but and fainter.will be small The next with pair mark will be butter over the top of the turnips. When FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Fernandina.......................: 8.00 a.m. f
they a deep the bake in brisk
many purposes, that the demand for it increased and up extending them. The you have poured on sauce a Leave Hart's Road....................... 8.42 a.m. 1
out of all proportion to the supply. quite across oven twenty minutes.A Furniture repaired in the best manner. Leave Callahan.........
will be larger than the inside .................. 9.43 a.m.
Factories sprung up, not in India alone, but corner but nippers smaller than flat and the mark NICE DELICATE PUDDING.-A delicate Hair Mattresses made to order at short Leave Dutton........................ ....10.10 a.m.

in England Scotland, Australia, America, ones nearly, effaced. The sixth grinders, will have pudding is made of three tablespoonfuls of notice.' _-.- 36_ Leave Brandy Branch ................10.25 a.m. n .
and perhaps in other countries. While the risen to a level with the others, and the corn-starch dissolved in a little cold water. WM. B. C. DURYEE T.JUM Leave Baldwin..........................10.55 a.m. .
better qualities of the fibre could be mixed tushes will to At five Have one pint of water boiling on the stove; Leave Maxville.........................11.22 a.m.
:!JIV with silk, linen, ramie and other fine fabricsto the horse's begin mouth is appear.almost perfect. years The in tjiis stir the corn-starch and the well- COMMISSION Leave Highland..........................11.45 a.m.
reduce their gloss and excellence, the beaten whites of three let!it boil GENERAL MERCHANT Leave : .........
the eggs ; up Lawtey ...................12.05 p.m. "
and inferior prepared articles were corner nippers are quite up, long, deep it into an earthen pudding dish Leave ........ .. .
coarser mark in the inside and the other once; pour CENTRE ST. R. R. Temple's ... .... .......12.20 p.m.
turned into cloth or bagging suitable for cot irregular will bear evident tokens increasedwear. which will hold three pints ; steam the pud- NEAR DEPOT, Arrive Starke............................12.24 p.m. ,

;:, ton bales, coffee and grain sacks, for baling nippers or the ding for ten minutes. For the sauce use the FERNANDINA Leave Starke .............................12.46 p.m. i
The tushes
goods, for covering! furniture for shipment, sixth molar is are and nearly the third grown molar, is yelks of three eggs, one cupful of sweet milk, FLA.hay Leave Thurston .........................12.56 p.m.

for matting, wainscotting and a hundred This last up circumstance will and a small piece of butter ; boil for a few Corn Arrive Waldo............................. 1.20 p.m. ,s

other purposes commercial and household wanting.the of to pre- minutes ; when cool, flavor with lemon or Oats Leave Waldo............................... 1.25 p.m.
/ utility too numerous to mention. Such a vent deception attempting pass At six a vanilla. The pudding also is to be eaten cold. Leave Gainesville..........;............. 2.17 p.m.
late four-year-old as a five-year-old. HENRY BARKER
material the world needed in every depart- the mark on the central nippers is worn out. VIENNA COFFEE.-Equal parts Mocha and Leave Arredondo ............... ......... 2.33 p.m.

ment of industry and when discovered it At seven the mark is worn out in the Java coffee ; allow one heaping tablespoonof ICNSED LUMBER ANDTIMBER Leave Batton.............................. 2.47 p.m.
was not long in spreading itself abroad, our years L Leave Archer.................
four central nippers and fast wearing coffee to each person, and two extra to INSPECTOR; ............. 3.05 p.m.
own country it is said, spending annuallynow the teeth. The tushes are roundedat awayin make good strength ; mix one egg with the Leave Bronson ........................... 3.40 p.m.

about $10,000,000 for jute in its various the corner points and edges, and beginning to grounds, pour on the coffee half as much FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.17 p.m.

forms. That $10,000,000 spent for jute in get round inside. At eight old the boiling water as will be needed, let the coffee The best attention given to the shipmentof Leave Rosewood......................... 4.52 p.m.

this country should go into the pockets ofour tushes are rounded in every way years; the markis froth, then stir down the grounds and let it Lumber, Timber Ties, etc. Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.25 p.m. ,,
own farmers in the South, who can produceit from all the bottom nippers. Thereis boil five minutes ; then let the coffee stand Accounts promptly made up and satisfac-
as cheaply as the people of India; not, indeed nothing remaining in them that can after- where it will keep hot, but not boil, for fiveor tion guaranteed.For .

by the cheapness of the labor, as in ward clearly show the age of a horse. After ten minutes, and add the rest of the water. the past ten years with Colonel J. C. Leave Cedar Key........................ 7.25 a.m.

that country, where they can live on fifteen this the only guides are the nippers in the To one pint of cream add the white of an Read, to whom apply for reference. 25 Leave Rosewood.......................... 8.05 a.m. '

cents a day, but by the cheapness and facility jaw. At nine years the mark will be egg, well beaten ; this is to be put in the Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.

of machinery, which Americans have upper worn from the middle nippers, from the cups with the sugar and the hot coffee added. DAVID J. TAYLOR, Jr., Leave Bronson................ ........... 9.22 a.m:

learned to substitute for dense laboring pop next pair at ten years, and from all the upper FRUIT PUDDING.-Three pints 'of milk, Leave Archer.............................. 9.52 a.m.

ulation. nippers at eleven years. At nine years the eight Boston crackers split and buttered,six S HIP BROKER AND INSPECTOROF Leave Batton ............ .................10.09 a.m.
The English and Scotch manufacturers of center round instead of oval. At beaten of tea- Leave Arredondo ........................10.24 a.m.
nippers are light, two sugar one
jute are now anxious to have us grow it in ten the others begin to become rounded; spoonful eggs of salt, quarter cups of a nutmeg, grated, LUMBER AND TIMBER, Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m.

America as they were to have it grown in at eleven years the second pair are much half of cinnamon Arrive Waldo............................:.11.40 a.m.
years a teaspoonful one poundof
their far off empire of the East, because, rounded ; at thirteen years the corner ones stoned raisins, quarter of a pound pf cur- FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Waldo .......................... ..11.52 a.m.

now that they have invested heavily at homein have the same at fourteen rants. Boil the milk and then add Leave Thurston..........................12.16 p.m.
appearance ; years sugar,eggs
machinery for working it up, created a the face of the center nippers becomes some and flavoring. Butter a deep pudding dish, Office corner Centre and Second Sts. 25 Arrive Starke.............................12.30 p.m.

great demand therefore, and laid the foundation what triangular; at seventeen years they put in a layer of crackers and moisten witha Leave Starke...............................12.50 p.m.

for future great profits from that are all so.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat. little of the custard. Then add a layer of JAMES McGIFFIN, Leave Temple's..........................12.58 p.m.

source, they don't like to be dependent for fruit, and do this till all is in the dish Pour Leave Lawtey........................... 1.20 p.m.

the future supply upon a country not only the rest of the custard and bake in CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Leave Highland......................... 1.38 p.m. '
i) subject to famine in the food crops, but also slow oven. Brown at the last, and eat hot Leave :Maxville.......................... 2.01 p.m.

to the caprice and revolution so common with or without sauce. Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.25 p.m u

among uncivilized races. Already they are The Country Gentleman claims cotton-seed Leave Baldwin .......... ................. 2.32 p.m.
holding out inducements for its cultivationin meal to be an indispensable article of food FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.53 p.m.

the South, and offering to buy at remune- for dairy cows, and that it is used by all THE DISTINGUISHING CHARM.-A delightful Orders and estimates from a distance care- Leave Dutton ............................. 3.10 p.m.
rative all that will raise flowers and
prices our people breeders of fancy cattle. Its use should be fragrance of freshly gathered fully attended to. 25-tf Leave Callahan........................... 3.50 p.m.
and as rapidly as it can be put upon the moderate in the beginning-one pound being spices is the distinguishing charm of Flores- Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.42 p.m. i
i Ii mixed with three pounds of bran, gradually ton Cologne. O. S. OAKES Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.20 p.m. ;
f Unlike the China tea, which the people ,
increasing the proportion until it is Trains daily, except Sunday.
are afraid to undertake because of the skill
half and half.Among FOR A years
and experience required to it for ,
prepare sick from and other
my daughter was kidney
sale, jute, like cotton, can be cultivated and the objections to fall-planted trees disorders. We had used
our savings on
prepared by the lowest order of intelligenceand are that they are frequently put in loosely, I, doctors when dominie up advised to MANUFACTURES
our us try
by the most unskillful hands, as in while many of the roots do not come in Parker's Ginger Tonic. Four bottles effecteda DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF PENINSULAR RAILROAD,
contact with the soil. Hence, to their great
India. Heretofore, as in the case of ramie
and dollar's worth has
cure, as a kept our ALL SIZES.
injury, the roots do not heal, but dry It
when that plant was first introduced into up. GOING SOUTH.
family well over a year, we have been ableto Post Office Box 174.
should be remembered that it is the dryingup
this the chief in the
of its country profitable, difficulty the want way of of the stems by cold, frosty winds, and lay by money again for a rainy day.APoor Jan4 Fernandina, Fla Leave. Waldo Junction, ............... 1.30 p.m. .

practicable machinery production for was separating the not so much low temperature, that injures Man's Wife. Leave Dixie................................. 1.55 p.m. .'
W. K. BAUKXIGHT Leave Hawthorne .........
fibre from the wood, but that obstacle has fall-planted trees. ........ ...- 2.20p.m.
been removed from both, and perhaps we Heavy sows often kill their pigs by crush When you feel out of our sorts, have the AGENT Leave Lochloosa......................... 2.45 p.m.

could not better close this article than with ing them when attempting to give them blues, melancholy, etc., it must be indigestion Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.15 p.m. '
Leave Anthony Place..................
the following on the subject from the New nourishment. As the sow seeks a convenient that ails you. Brown's Iron Bitters WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 3.48p.m.
Orleans cures itPARKER'S AND STOCK DEALER Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.15p.m.
Picayune : it is the ,
place generally mostly
against BUTCHER Leave Ocala..............................- 4.50p.m.
side of the where the pigsare unable to ANDDealer
MENELAS PLANTATION, } pen Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.45 l
NEAR BEOOKHAVEN, :Miss., :Oct. 27, '82. escape. By nailing a board all around the in Ice Arrive Wildwood....................... 6.15 p.m.
This morning we came over from Picayune sides only high enough for the pigs to run I TENNESSEE BEEF A
Farm to the :Menelas Plantation, by under the sow is kept away from the walls HAIR BALSAM. SPECIALTY GOING NORTH. y.
invitation to the machine inventedby and the pigs are safe. BROOM STREET WHARF,
see jute The Test,Cleanest and Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 6.15a.m.
:Mr. Albee Smith, of St. Louis, operate on By all odds the cheapest and best way to 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
mo t Economical Hair Leave :Lake Weir Station............ 6.50 a.m. ?
jute just cut and fresh from the field. The eradicate common hard wood stumps, says )ie !){ Leave Ocala.....g........................... 8.00 a.m. 1
inventor is present to run and explain the the Practical Farmer, is to work the ground "' ii8tr rails to Restore Railroads. Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.30a.m.

machine. with a shovel plow, sow buckwheat or plant tic 1 jouthfiil color to grey Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.05a.m.
The machine inventor is very substantial and corn until seeded to timothy, orchard grass ...ir. Soc and $x sizes at CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.30 a.m. j

shows that the is a man of much and clover, and pasture until the stumps so FLORIDA COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... ...-10.05a.m. 1

practical ingenuity. :Mr. Smith has had far decay that they can be pulled out by 0.s Fiorcstra (fclojrne. Leave Hawthorne................:......10.35 a.m.

much experience has in preparing flax for mar hitching a chain around the top when the 1 A nenr and rxrrrilinelv fra June 25, 1882. Leave Dixie................:.............11.02 a.m.
and turned
ket that
to fine ?
experience ground is wet in the winter or spring. F'1 .,ter grant marl! latmjIVre Commencing this date, trains on this Arrive Waldo Junction...... .........11.33 a.m. '
in the of .
account production his jute ma- Si ami ?ii'
chine. People can keep their own celery as wellas road will run as follows : Trains daily, except Sunday.
apples or potatoes by putting some marsh
Mr. Smith's machine has several P.l1RI{ R'SGINGER
strongpoint's soil in the bottom of a barrel, packing the > WESTWARD.Accom.
among which are the following: Mail.
1. It may be used in the jute field and celery (root down, not !sideways), and keeping Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m
where it will not freeze. It is desirableto
there separate the fibre from the woody portions it The TOftlC Baldwin ............ 6.30am 8.40pm FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. P.. I I
keep growing. sprouts
of the stalk. may run '* Sanderson.......... 8.25am 9.55pm
the of the barrel but will
2. It works up the butts complete, the over top Put in and it be no Lake City..........11.00 a m 11.55 p m GOING SOUTH. I

same as the fibre in the middle of the stalk. bleach disadvantage.and wash green and trim will A Pure Family Medicine: that Never Intoxicates.If Arrive Live Oak............ 1.15pm 1.15am Leave Fernandina.......................90.0 a.m. '

3. It leaves the fibre straight and free wish for, the you table.can as you are a mechanic farmer, out with Ellaville........... 2.30 p m 2.30 a m Leave Hart's Road.......................9.35 a.m.
from snarls, and well separated from woody overwork you or a mother run down or l 1.v family worn or household :Madison ............ 3.30pm 3.30am Arrive Jacksonville..10.40 a.m.
matter. An experienced farmer recommends that duties try 1'AkKKH'a GIJGNK'I'vN/C. Drifton............... 5.25pm 5.30 am

4. There is but little waste or loss of fibrein oats be soaked sufficiently to swell them If you are a lawyer. minister or business man exhausted Monticello ......... 6.00 p m 5.50 a m GOING NORTH.

the operation. before feeding to stock. Ground oats are in by mental strain or anxious cares do not Tallahassee......... 7.30 pm 7.30am Leave Jacksonville......................4.00 p.m. ,

*5. The work can be done with satisfac- proper condition at all times, but millersare take intoxicating stimulants, but use PARKER'S Quincy............... 9.30am Leave Hart's Road........................5.10 p.m.

tory rapidity.The not partial to grinding oats and: many GINGER TONIC. Chattahoochee... 10.35am Arrive Fernandina.......................5.40 p.m. i
principal features of the machine are farmers feed them unground. When soaked If you have Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Kidney or *' Chatta. River...... 10,55am Trains daily except Sunday.
an which the stalks the husk is partly torn away and facility of Urinary! Complaints, or if you are troubled with any I
apron,on jute are placed;
of thelungs.stoniacti bowels blood
or EASTWARD.Accom.
nerves '
behind this two cylinders 7 inches in diameter digestion increased. Poultry will carefully you can be cured by PAk ER'S GINGER: TONIC.If Mail. SUNDAY TRAINS. ;
36 inches in length ; behind these two pick out the soaked grains from the dry from Arrive Jacksonville....... 6.45 p m 7.30 a m Leave Fernandina.... 7.30 a.m. 4.30 p.m. .
you are wasting: dissipation or
fluted cylinders of about the same length and when allowed a preference in the matter. any disease or weakness away and rcnuire age a stimulant take Baldwin............. 5.25pm 6.15am Arrive Jacksonville. a.m. 6.00 p.m. !

diameter; then revolving combers and When phosphate of lime is dissolved the GINGER TONIC at once:; it will invigorate and build Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m Leave Jacksonville... 9.50a.m. 7.15p.m. ;
scrapers that separate thewood from the phosphoric acid is released and becomes sol you up from the first dose but will never intoxicate.It Lake City........... 1.20pm 2.40am I Arrive Fernandina..11.20 a.m. 8.40 p.m.
fibre; then parallel brush aprons that brush uble. When applied to soils in the shapeof has saved hundreds of lives it may save yours. Leave Live Oak............11.35 a in 1.15 a m

the fibre straight and smooth. superphosphate the acid immediatelyunites HISCOX & .CO., 161: William SL. New York. Me. and Ellaville...........10.10 a ra 11.55pm
m. dollar tizet al all ueilert! In inrairioew r
From the interior of the revolving decor- with any alkaline substance that it GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE. Madison ............ 9.05 a m 10.50 p m .

ticator or scraper a spray of water is constantly meets, but the result is a finely divided Drifton............. 7.30am 9.Q5pm CONNECTIONS.AT .
thrown on the broken fibre as it compound, and the phosphoric acid is then Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm

passes through the fluted rollers. said to have reverted. Not only does it revert Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.30pm

The jute stalks and branches placed upon to phosphate of lime, but there is Quincy.............. 5.30pm FERNANDINA, FLA.,
the apron are passed about half their length formed, at the same time, phosphate of pot- tUE RRY,. 0aiiJIsTR1TEDf Arrive Chattahoochee... ,_4.25 pm With New York and Fernandina Steam-
into the machine, and then the rollers, by a ash and soda. Co I Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 9
reversed action, bring them back {EJ(o a.m.,11.10 a.m., or 5.30 p.m.; and for New
the apron Farmers sometimes sneer at what they DEscRlfpRicE Passenger trains leave Jacksonville at 10
is reversed and of York on Thursday, at 10.25 a.m. 4.15 ,
the other p.m.
ends the stalksare arrives at Baldwin at 10:45
style "book farming, claiming that they a.m., a.m.
or 4.50 R?
worked in the same manner and then leaves Baldwin at p.m.With : : ;
Returning 2.45p.m.
; prefer experience. Experience and study <51IDmVAL: Georgia and Florida Inland Steam-
the fibre is brought back upon the arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30
apron should jointly be acquired by all. With ,. p.m., boat from Savannah
and taken off, to be placed in a vat for rot- years of experience there are but few farm- close connections with Florida Transit Railroad daily except f
ting. The rotting process is merely to for Gainesville Ocala and Monday\ ;.for Savannah daily except Sunday.
remove ers who can visit the agricultural shows, Leesburg With the Steamer Martha from St.
the gummy matter from the fibre and ol: 1883. Cedar Mary'sRiver
judge and select the prize stock. It is important 'm- Key.Sleepers :
it gives it a softer feeling to the touch'and in order to be a first-class farmer to 'n' bema&earBEK to all applicants, and to cus on all night trains.CONNECTIONS. Landings Wednesday Friday;
completely separates the fibres from tomers of last year without ordering it Itcontainaabout for St. Mary's River Landings on Sundayand
each .
understand all that pertains to it, and noth- 175 pages, 600 illustrations prices accurate Wednesday.
other. It also removes the green color and ing is so much needed as knowing how to descriptions and valuable directions for planting At Jacksonville Waycross Short Line,

leaves it white, which makes it more market- select the best.-Farmer's Magazine. Plants 1500 varieties Fruit Trees of Vegetable,etc. Invaluable and Flower to all.Seeds espec, with all points North or West ; with the AT CALLAHAN.To .
able. It takes from ten to fifteen days to rot laity to Market Gardeners. Send for it t Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for and from Savannah and Charleston at
the fibre properly ; then it is in a market- SORGHUM IN INDIANA.-Prof."H. ;:W."'Wiley D. M. FERRY & CO. DETROIT MIOH. Fernandina ; and with Steamers for all 7.25 and 9.40 a. m., 7.30 and 3.40 p. m.

able shape after it is dried. writes tbe following, from Lafayette, Ind, points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or
We send samples along with this article of to Colman's (St. Louis) Rural World : .Charleston.At AT BALDWIN, FLA., ,

fibre in its crude state, just passed through I sent you by express days since, 'It Books and, Stationery. Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail- To and from Tallahassee at 4.20 and 10.40a. t

the machine, and another sample that has a bundle of paper made from bagasse, which road for all South Florida, Ocklawaba River, m., 2.27 and 9.50 p. m.

been water-rotted, to show the effects of the you can give to such persons as are inter- HORACE DREW, or Gulf points without change of cars; also AT HAWTHORNE, -;+

water-rotting on the general appearance oft ested in this industry.; The-bagasse was for Cedar Key and Steamers to Gulf ports. To and from Palatka 10.45a.m.and 2.40 .

*e> fibre. The last operation can be done worked just like straw. It is harder to Bookseller, Stationer, At Live Oak, by Nos. 5 and 6, with the p.m. ., ; ,..

conveniently by placing the fibre in bundles work than straw, however, being much Printer and Binder. Savannah Florida & Western Railroad, for AT WILDWOOD. ,

jp vats or ponds, and can be rapidly prepared tougher; but I think with a little different Albany or Savannah.At With Stage Line to and from Brooksville
for market after the rotting process has been machinery, adapted especially for the pur- Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch and
Tampa daily except Sunday.AT
completed. it would make a much better Railroad and Sat-
pose, paper on Tuesdays. Thursdays
DANIEL BENNETT., than straw.A School Books and Orange WrapsNOW urdays.At CEDAR KEY, FLA.,

field of cane grown on the college farm, A SPECIALITY. Chattahoochee River with Steamers- With Florida & Havana Mail Steamship

TO TELL A HORSE'S AGE. eight and one-half acres, gave 40 tons of Chattahoochee on Sundays, and. Evering- Company's Steamers for Key West on Mon ",. ;
Amber and sixty tons of orange cane, equal ham on Thursdays for Apalachicola, and day and Thursday; for Tampa on Monday.,," -

thAt three years old the horses should have areas of each. Our mill expressed from this ,, Liberal discounts to Teachers and returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for and Friday. ,

the central permanent nippers growing, sixty-six per cent weighing (average) 8 B. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates, ;
other two pairs wasting, six grinders in Which can report a lower per cent. of application. j. s. MCELROY, etc., apply to
CQ jaw, above and below, the first and the bagasse? The average was obtained as a Master of Transportation.W. A. o. MACDONELL,
fifth level, the others and the sixth i protruding mean of 15 different experiments. We have M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Ticket and Pass. Agent. 4

1 The sharp edges of the new incisors made 12,000 gallons of syrup from about sixty JACKSONVILLE, FLA. General Manager. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21 1 ,


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; THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Holiday Season.. ,put down, smoke as from burning wood was' i --

observed to issue from the hatches, and ,
{! ; SOME OF THE PLACES WHERE YOU CAN MAKE: upon the hatches being, removed to investi-
YOUR CHRISTMAS PURCHASES. gate the cause, it was found that the vessel FRED W. HOYT & CO.

'I' t' Christmas is now upon us, and everybody was on fire. There being no boat left to get

'.;.:... ;1 Reflections. it looking about for some suitable presentto ashore and call assistance, the men aboard I
frA,I //A make glad the heart of some relative !
became frightened and set a signal of distress i
::7/ ':: General J. J. Finley has opened a law friend at this joyful season. Our merchants which was answered by the steam-tug Failing .

.:: ;'1'" office in Ocala. have been making active preparations, and Oyster Boy, of Jacksonville, which has been i ,

..:'::... .: Careful attention is called to the editorial now have their goods displayed,and throughthe engaged in towing for some time in Cum-

,.;,:.: i i# on the bond question on another page. columns of the Mirror invite the publicto berland Sound. The flames were speedily : That is what a great .J. __

l":: 1 The United States Revenue Cutter_ McCul- an examination of their wares.N. subdued, and but very little damage done. many people are doing. fl

.:',,.f S Ut lock, Mitchel commander was in port this BROWNSON The captain of the tug-boat notified the They don't know just whatis I JOHRISTMASI!

.: week. Has brought out this season an especiallyattractive owner, J. C. L'Engle in Jacksonville, who the matter but they havea
stock, consisting of a judicious selection t '-=
t' ,;, L. M. Terrell, Superintendent of the Railway of editions of sent a deputy United States Marshal over combination of pains and ti
holiday popular au-
:. Mail Service at the Wednesday 'evening to libel the vessel in
was registered
I" Eg- aches and each month
," thors and they
'":'.\ mont this week. photograph autograph albums, the amount of $5,000. This, of course, is :
scrap books, glove and handkerchief boxes, preposterous, as the whole damage will not grow worse.
Mr. J. F. Morse, of Vermont brother-in- ,
ladies' pocket-books, dressing cases, fancy
'J! amount to $50. Thos. S. Eells, the Under-
",' !d'i; law of Mr. N. Brownson,'and wife are on a stationery chatter boxes and nursery' books writer's Agent.arrived last night, and will The only sure remedyyet Comes on MONDAY, and you will want

.,". ." ; visit to this city. for the little ones, placques kiota-ware, etc., make a survey, and the captain has tele- found is BROWN'S IRON to buy, during the coming week, your good

:.... Mr. John A. Whitney and wife left Wednesday etc. The display is very good, and the graphed to the British Consul at Savannah, BITTERS, and this by rapid:

... I ; for Orange Lake, to spend the holidays prices moderate. who is expected to arrive here to protect the and thorough assimilationwith things to eat on that day. Perhaps you can
I'';' .f i with Mr. Whitney's parents. HORSEY *; CO. """' ...
vessel. the blood
purifies and find something in the following list for
The steamship Carondelet arrived in this The aesthetic young man, in search of a enriches it and rich
: port from New York Tuesday evening, with tasteful present for his sweetheart, will find Arrivals at the Egmont, blood bill-of-fare on the Holiday. We enumerate
A R Holden G A Pride Rochester N Y flowing to every part
list and the best place for his purchase at Horsey's, ;
a good passenger a large freight. where he will of L M Morris, wife and three children, W Fer- of the system repairs the only a few things for if we insisted on put-
elegant display
H. H. McCreery has bought the Alachtta- see an guson, Geo Lander, T M Carnegie, Pitts- wasted
:. Advocate printing establishment, and will Vienna goods. Among the many articleswe burg ; DE Coon, C A Forker, S Emery, tissues, drives out ting them all in this week's MIRROR, there
mention jewelry' stands, card receivers, Washington ; J W Archibald, E M Cheney, disease and gives health and
continue the that valuable
:t publication of flower baskets and =Vases, toilet and odor J Dzialynski, J S Driggs and wife Jacksonville strength.This would not be room enough left for us to tell
paper. ; Rev James Scott, Toronto ; A H i
Are the citizens of Fernandina going to stands, cut-glass perfumery bottles, etc. Craig, Ohio; L M Terrell. Atlanta ; D W you about our FURNITURE, which we do
PALMER BROS. Arthur New York ; T L Ellis and wife, San is why BROWN'S
saddle themselves and the town with a debt Francisco H B Savannah J S in another column. Here is the list
The handsomest and most gorgeous as ; Tompkins, ; IRON BITTERS will cure :
of $50,000, without knowing how it is to be Doyle and wife, Boston ; C E Allison, Yonkers -
sortment of valuable is, undoubt-
paid? N Y ; J H Cochrane, E R Payne, H C kidney and liver diseases,
edly, at Palmer Bros. The dressing cases, Cook, Pennsylvania. consumption rheumatism Raisins
E. M. Cheney, Esq., recently nominatedby combined writing desk and toilet cases, ,

President Arthur for the vacant District fancy perfumery boxes, etc., displayed, are Range of ThermometerFOR neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala- Citron,

Attorneyship for the Northern District of magnificent indeed; but outside of the Mirror THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, ria, intermittent fevers. -c. Currants,

Florida, was in the city this week. boys, who, unfortunately for the firm, HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. Mr. Simon Blanchard aal I- Nuts,

'n 1 A regular meeting of Amelia Lodge No. are nearly all benedicts, few will be able to I S known! citizen of Hayesville,Meade

47, F. & A. M., will be held in the :Masonic purchase; the goods are evidently only for a C'I I d Cot Wind count yKentucky,says : "My wife Plum Padding,
I I had been sick for a long time and
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Hall, over Mode Bro.'s store Monday night, the rich. However there no charge made her constitution was all broken: Mi iice Meat,
at 7 p. m. Visiting brethren are fraternally for a good look at them, and we would ad- Saturday.....Dec. 9 / 47 56 54 51 NW. down and she was unable to work.
invited to attend. vise man to call at the store Sunday..............10 56 62 65 64 SW. She was advise to use Brown's Iroi. Spices,
every young Monday-.:.:...;....11 53 64 64 63 NE. Bitters,and found it to work like G.
.; Mr. R. W. Southwick, agent for the Mallory and investigate for himself. Tuesday..J2 51 68 67 65 NE.Wednesdav..13 charm. We would not now be with- Jellies,
Steamship Line in this city, has been J. 4 T. KYDD.: 52 68 G8 66 NE. out it for any consideration, as we Jams t.
,The good husband who wishes to surprisehis Thursday :........14 58 70 68 65 NE. consider it the brst tonic in the ,
notified the in New York that
by company Friday................ 5 58 70 69 66 E. world." Preserves > ",: ,rt'
faithful helpmeet with a silk dress, a >
the the Western Tutu
./ oranges shipped by ar- ,... "
nice cloak handsome dress pattern, or any- --- ------ BROWN'S IRON BITTERSis .' "'"\: '" .
rived at their destination in good condition. MARINE.Port Prunes, -: '-
thing in the dry-goods line, will find enoughat
The schooner Charlotte T.Sibley, consignedto not a drink and does not Ginger
J. & T. Kydd's to please the most fastidious. Fernandlna. ,
contain It is the
Messrs. Fred W. Hoyt & Co., arrived in whiskey.

port this week from Belfast. She had on HIGH WATER. only preparation of Iron Oranges,
j. H. PRESCOTT, Dec. 16......
0:00-A.M. 0:13 .
Saturday, : : P. K.Sunday
board 150 tons of Maine hay for the above that causes no injurious ef- Fancy Cakes,
In turn, has a very elegant selection of gen- 17...... 0:48: '1:12": y.
firm, and 200 tons ice for W.: K. Bauknight. tlemen's underwear and furnishing goods, Monday, 18...... 1:49: 2:16" fects. Get the genuine.Don't Chow-Chow

ti,, ,, The steamship Carondelet cleared for New handsome slippers, etc., and this is the place Tuesday, "" 19...... 2:51: 3:19: be imposed on with ,
Wednesday, 20...... 3:54" 4:22"
York on Thursday, with the following for the good wife to make her purchases. Thursday, 21...... 4:56": 5:24" imitations. Maple Sugar,

cargo : 969 bales of cotton, 259 cases cedar, J. E. MEDDAUGH. Friday, 22...... 5:55 6:20" Brandy Fruits,

113 barrels spirits, 32 barrels syrup, 936 For the children Santa Claus has spreadhis

box oranges, 20 barrels oranges, 79 packages wares at J. E. Meddaugh's. Here you ENTERED. Olives,
Dec. 8-Sch. Menowa, W. Fairchild, New
merchandise. 35 empty kegs. find in the line of dolls Vegetables
.. can anything toys York ; stone for jetties, to Fred ,
We are sorry to note the absence of Alderman express wagons, doll carriages, drums, etc., W. Hoyt & Co. Soups,
;: .ra 0. S. Oakes from the meetings of the as well as fireworks for the small boy. 9-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, ,.r.

City Council, by reason of ill health. Mr. We have also been informed that Santa Savannah sengers to;J.with A. Mercier.freight and pas- THE FERNANDINA Chocolate, "

Oakes is a prudent man, of clear and sound Claus has opened a branch store at Starke's 11 11-Sch. Agnus I. Grace, Small Bos- Book Store. Coffee,

. judgment, and his calm and dispassionate and King's, but the old gentleman has so ton ; ballast, for King's Ferry. Stationery
< i. counsel was sadly missed at recent sittingsof far failed to notify us. However, we think 11-Brig Kodiak, Gilley, Boston ; hay, Tea,
etc., to A. B. Noyes.
. i ki that board. parents will find it worth their while to give ; ,Apples
11-Sch. C. T. Sibley Bartlett. Belfast; NORMAN :BROWNSON, Manager ,
" I both of these establishments a call. ice; to Fred W. Hoyt & Co.
L. S. Emery, of the Internal Revenue Department Peach Butter
t ,
.., i FRED W. HOYT A CO. 11-Sch. Aldytha, Nelson Bermuda ;
at in the
: Washington, was city ballast
this week. Mr. Emery.was sent out by the This enterprising firm is constantly call 21-S. S. Carondelet, master.Lewis, New York, CONSTANTLY ON HAND : Apple Butter.

k' department to investigate some claims the ing attention through our columns to their 1,508 tons ; with freight and pas-
government is supposed to hold to certain hay, grain, flour, etc. Their stock of mer- sengers to R. W. Southwick Letter, Foolscap, Legal Cap and Note Papers,
k chandise is not confined to 12-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,
by means
property on this island, by reason of the direct any Savannah, with freight and pas- Of the best qualities, Foreign and Domes-
?. r tax-sale made by the United Slates after such heavy articles. They tell in another sengers, to J. A. Mercier, Agent. tic-ENVELOPES to match. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
the war. column of some of the .Christmas things 14-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,
that they have to offer to the bewildered Savannah with freight and passengers The Book Department,
I It is not the property-owners alone who to J. Mercier.. THE BEST CANDIES.
gift-giver stumbling about for some acceptable -
.:-- I 15-Sch. Xebec Dunham For general reading and the Holidays, is
will have to carry the burden, if the scheme Gaudeloupe,
i article fora present. Besides a full line ballast, to master. complete. Schools can be supplied with all
of the Boss Tweeds to bond the for
the Books also WHITING MATE-
of furniture, from which many useful and required ;
;: $50,000, is successful next Monday. Every have CLEARED. RIALS, such as COPY BOOKS.
pretty presents can be selected, they a of
9-S. P. City Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,
laboring man will his share in the ad- '
pay beautiful lot of crockery, fancy and plain, Savannah, with freight and passengers STAFFORD'S CELEBRATED' WRITING INK 5 Our Canned Fruits and Vegetables -
; vance in price of every necessity of life, embracing chamber toilet sets, tin sets, etc. by J, A. :Mercier. ,
which will inevitably follow. Bear this in They especially refer in their advertisement 9-Bark Mary A. Nelson, McLarren, In different size bottles, and in quantitiesto are the best in the Market,
mind, working men, and vote AGAINST Buenos Ayres ; lumber, by Jas. suit the individual consumer or the retail
BONDS to-day to their list of eatables, which is a Boynton & Son. dealer. This Ink surpasses all other Inks, and our Preserved Fruits (in Glass),
; Monday. long one. Their assortment of candies is 11-Sch. Anita, Small, Martinique ; either as a Writing Fluid or a Copying Ink.
?i The Madison Square Theatre Company quite extensive. lumber, by F. A. Small. JanIs and Jellies are unsurpassed.

appeared at Lyceum Hall on Monday night 12-City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Sa- TIlE HOLIDAY GOODS
H. E. DOTTERER. vannah, with freight and pas-
;" in Esmeralda. As on the former occa- While on this pleasant subject we want to sengers, by J. A. Mercier. Have been selected with care, and are such

,. sion when this company produced Hazel impress it on our readers that for fancy 13-S. S. Carondelet, Lewis, New York, as will give general satisfaction. Call and .

w Kirke," the hall was filled with a well- groceries, and all strictly first-class articles, 1,508 tons by; with R. W.freight Southwick.and passengers see, and then call and purchase. FRED W. HOYT & CO..

. pleased and appreciative audience. The in the way of preserves, canned goods, can- 14-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald r The Estey Organ, which is the
; company is a good one, and we hope, before dies, crackers, etc., calculated to tickle the ,Savannah; with freight and pas- best in the world, is on sale, and can be seen
,4 + the season is over to be favored with palate of an epicure, Dotterer's is the place. sengers, by J. Mercier.. and heard at any time. 4 Second St., near Centre.
another 14-Sch. B. C. Terry Moore, Jersey
i performance.
A. B. :NOYES. lumber W. B. C. Dury
... City ; by -
,, :Mr. J. A. Mercier, agent for the Sea Island The housekeepers will also find at the Se.

l Route in this city, informs us that probably store of this old reliable firm every necessary IN PORT. KL E. DOTTEIiEK

t next week the schedule of the line between article that goes to make up a first-class Brig Kodiak. Gilley.

, here and Savannah will be made daily. The Christmas dinner not forgetting the plum- Sch..Carry E. Woodbury, Woodbury.Sch. .
I Florida is now on the ways undergoing repairs pudding and the claret. Sch.Agnes I. Grace, Small.

and will receive new boilers. Until ANGEL &: FRIEND. Sch.:Charlotte T. Sibley. Bartlett. ,ill:t
*_*_* .
she is ready to take her place on the line the At this store you can get all your cakes, Sch. Aldytha. Nelson.

Z 1 'David Clark will make alternate trips with candies fruits, etc., you may want for the Sch. Xebec. Dunham. j I FINE FAMILY GROCERIES;'"IJ J

the City of Bridgeton. and always rely on get-
: holidays, you can .
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A Florida Curiosity.
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],1, ,, '1 ,: Several paragraphs have been going the Vessel Libeled. EMBRACING NEARLY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

4: ,. J rounds of the press relating the payment The schooner Xebec, Dunham master, of A SELECT ASSORTMENTOF

:. of bills to merchants by customers who had Digby, Nova Scotia, arrived at this port on FINEVIENNA FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .

contracted them twenty or thirty years pre- Monday last from Guadaloupe, seeking. She

vious. A more remarkable occurrence in anchored at the quarantine station. Al- GOODS, AS
connection with the settlement of accounts though the quarantine was raised sometime COMPRISING:

than any we have heard of recently occurred since, it has been customary for vessels from
a in this city last week. A man bought the West Indies to be fumigated. In the Toilet Stands, Crystal Leaf Vases, PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .

.; a bill of goods from a certain firm on Tues- absence of Dr. Starbuck, the port physician, Decorated China and Glass Vases, ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

day, and actually paid it on Wednesday.This Dr.J. D. Palmer,.President of the,Board of
takes the cake on bill-paying stories, Health, accompanied by Mr.J. L. Horsey, China Flower :Baskets and Vases, .

i we think. Incidentally, it may be men, on Tuesday morning, went 'aboard to.fumi- Decorated China and Gilt Card Receivers, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES !=-

tioned, however, that the party had not gate the vessel. Two pans of coal, with the J _
r been in the State more than three months. fumigating stuff, were placed in the hold Jewel Stands, Odor Stands,. .

a, on some piles of rock ballast, one in Decorated. China Puff :Boxes., THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.
Has there been any petition, as required, in the'forward part and one aft. The hatches ,

a aI I to the city council to bond the city?, Will were closed ,and ordered to be kept so for Cut-Glass Cologne :Bottles, etc.,

: .. ". there be any jobs to let in connection with three hours. The captain and most of the AT TFtiv GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. .

r J the bonds? Will it cost for wharf, $12,500; crew went' 'ashore, leaving, only the mate HORSEY CO'S DRUG STORE

Old Town road,$12,500; beach road,$12,500; and cook in charge of the vessel. About an I

( .: market-house, $12,500 hour, and a half-after the hold had been CENTRE STREET. Second and Centre Sts., FERXI.XDIXIFL..\.