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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
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STATE NEWS. the Suwannee River between Rowland's ANOTHER OCEAN HORROR The steamer Sultan has been seized by the The court is next to consider whether the ,,

Bluff and Cedar Keys. The rail connection police. Her captain asserts that he waited Thirteenth Amendment furnishes authority
Gadsdeii. between Savannah and Rowland's Bluff has THE STEAMER CIMBRIA, OF TOE HAMBUBQ- at the scene of the disaster twelve hours for the enactment of the law under review.
The waters of Little river have been so increased AMERICAN STEAM PACKET oYPA'NY.cOLLIDES after the collision. This amendment declares that Neither
been time completed.A .
some WITH A BRITISH 8TEAM--: #
rains of this week as to flood slavery, nor servitude, except as a punishment -
the
by circular issued from the office of the ER IN .THE NORTH SEA-A ',' CIVIL RIGHTS.AN of crime, whereof the party shall have
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the country at points a mile from its banks.At freight department locates the landings be- FEARFUL LOSS OF LIFE. been duly convicted, shall exist within the

the railroad crossing a portion of the tween New Bradford and Cedar Keys as follows HAMBURG, January 21.The QBiiirta' left IMPORTANT: DECISION BY THE SUPREME United States or any place subject to their
track has been washed away, and also muchof Hamburg on Thursday for New,Ynrk via COURT. jurisdiction. Congress shall have power to
: Santa Fe, Hatch's Bend, Townsend's, Havre with 385 passengers of whom 23.werein WASHINGTON, January 22.-A decision was enforce this article by appropriate legisla-
the trestling, and it will be several days Fayetteville, McCrabb's, Bonanza,Old Town, the cabin, and a crew numbering 92. She rendered by the Supreme Court of the United tion." Does this amendment warrant the ,

before the injuries can be repaired. There Fort Fanning, New Clay, Lancaster, Clay ran aground before leaving the Elbe, but ,States to-day in the important Constitutionalcase enactment of Section 5519 of the Revised
was quite a scene in getting across the river. Fowler's Bluff Week's Cedar Landing got off with the flood tide, with Ihq; assist-' of the United States against R. J. Hains Statutes ? In the opinion of this court \\t
number of ance of the ffansa, without having 'sustained el al., brought here upon certificate of differ- does not, and this conclusion is based on '
An unusually large passengerswere Strickland Landing, Boom, Rossville. damage. She put to 'sea again at 2! ence of opinion among judges of the United the fact that the provisions of that section
aboard, and had to walk on the cross- The landings above New Branford are o'clock in the afternoon On Friday morn- States Circuit Court for the Western Districtof are broader than the Thirteenth Amend-

. ties and planks resting on elevated points New Troy and Lauraville. ing she came into collision during a thick Tennessee. The-particular question presented ment would justify. There is only one other
not submerged for some distance.Mr. fog off Borkum, one of the. Eastlf risian here is the constitutionality of section clause in the Constipation of the United '?
that were These points were opened for traffic last islands near the north coast oAHolland. 0,519 of the Revised Statutes. The section States which can, in any degree, be susposed '
! J. S. McElroy, Master of Transportation, week by the inaugural trip of the Caddo with the British steamer.t J.4j. a'freight' is as follows: "If two or more persons in to sustain the section under consideration, '

,, was in charge, and made such arrangements Belle. and passenger boat plying beti1; rt"Hamburg any State or Territory conspire or go in disguise and that is the second section of article four,
; as to insure the crossing over the angry and Hull, England. The CV7l6riasank on the highway or on the premises of which declares that the citizens of each State
! train' to the other with the PENSACOLA & ATLANTIC RAILROAD.-On in a few minutes. The first news .that she another for the purpose of depriving, either shall be entitled to all the privileges and
, flood from one Monday Superintendent Chipley. of the Pen- had been sunk came when the, bOat with directly or indirectly, any person or'class of immunities of citizens of the several States ; 't
most perfect safety. Some of the passengers, sacola & Atlantic, met at ChattahoocheeCol. thirty-nine survivors arrived at Cuxhaven, persons of the equal protection of'the laws, but this section, like the Fourteenth Amendment -
not awaiting his operations, waded in and ninety miles east of Borkum. Thepoiupany or of equal privileges and immunities under is directed against State action. It
the but fell and had to be as- W. M. Davidson, General Manager of sent out the steamer Hansa and :the four i the law, or for the purpose of preventing or was never supposed that it conferred upon 5
made one
trip, the Florida Central & Western, and Col. largest available steamers at Cuxhaven to hindering the constituted authorities of any Congress the power to enact a law which
sisted in getting out of the water. Mr. MoElroj F. B. Papy, General Freight Agent of the search for other boats of the Cimbria. The State or Territory from giving or securing to would punish private citizens for an inva-
proved himself to be an experienced, Transit Railroad to for West Indian steamer Bavaria, also left dur- all persons within such State or Territory sion of the rights of his fellow-citizens conferred -
careful and judicious officer on the occasion, arrange interchangeof ing the night with a similar object equal protection of the law, each of such by the State of which they were both
business. Under the arrrangements made A survivor from the Cimbria makes the persons shall be punished by a fine of not residents upon all citizens alike. The court,
kind in his attentions to the
and was very through freight and passenger business will following statement: "The weather was less than $500 nor more than $5,000, or by as above appears, has been unable to find

passengers.-Quincy Herald. begin early in February,by daily trains over clear up to 1:15 o'clock on Friday morning, imprisonment, with or without hard labor, any Constitutional authority for the enact-
\ lie rnando.Mr. but a fog then set in, which continued, and not less than six months nor more than six ment of Section 5519 of the Revised Stat- "'1
t J. H. Gold is a farmer of life-long experience the Pensacola & Atlantic. The transfer at increased in density. The engines of the years, or by both such fine and imprison- utes. The point in reference to which the
l Chattahoochee, says the Floridian, pendingthe Cimbria were kept at full speed until 1:30: ment." Judges of Circuit Courts were divided in t
s who has cultivated Hernando soil completion of the bridge, will be made o'clock, then at half speed until .2 o'clock, This is one of four or five so-called civil opinion must be decided against the consti-
i 1 many years. His farm is situated some six after which they were kept at slow speed. rights cases, which were submitted to this tutionality of the law. ;
''I or eight miles from Brooksville, upon one by a suitable steamer. Sleepers over the About 10 minutes past 2 o'clock the whis- court upon printed briefs in the early part Justice Harlan dissented from the opinionof
' Florida Central & Western will go on to tle of another steamer was heartland the I of the October term of 1880. There were at the majority of the court on the questionof d
;, of the tallest of Hernando county's high Chattahoochee instead of stopping over at engines of the Cimbria were stopped in- the time a number of vacancies on the bench. jurisdiction, but expressed no opinion
bills. He and his family do all the work of of the court and in view of the I with
Tallahassee as now. Bridge work, though stantly. The Sultan's green light was, ow- importanceof regard to the merits of the case.
the farm. Theamountof corn and potatoes ing to the fog, not observed untJT .she was the question involved it was thought best I
delayed by the long continued rains and the to set aside submission of these
only 150 feet off from the. ttijibria. .She a cases, and
fabulous those
he raises to the to
: acre seem swollen condition of the river, is being struck the Cimbria abaft the first;collision order them to be argued orally before a full AFFAIRS IN EUROPE.To .

t, who r come to Florida impressed with the pushed with all practicable speed I, and early bulkhead, on the port side, and tli; .Cimbria bench. When the present case came up for
idea that our soil is poverty itself, and have heeled over to starboard,and speedily san k." hearing in November last no counsel appeared the Editor of the Mirror: r

never investigated the capabilities of our com pletionisanticipatedJackson'lleUnion. Members of the dmbria's crew who were for the defendants, and instead of LONDON, ENG., January 6, 1883.
I landed at Cuxhaven say that th ,'Oimbria being,orally argued it was again submittedin The "
incredulousmay NEWS NOTES. periodical
soil and climate. Whatever the ; would seem to be
behalf-oUhe United
States
sustained in the collision injuries so severe in a printed
think, however, Mr. Gold makes all he that it at once became apparent she must brief of the "solicitor-general. The interestsof part of the price which Europe pays for its ;;
A Missouri bee raiser has transferred
just
can consume and a great deal to spare. But sink almost immediately. The officers, the defendants of the State of Tennesseewere enormous armaments. The great ,empires
his one hundred and fifty hives to Florida, therefore, did all in their power to save left without argument to the care of
it is not of his corn and potatoes we wish must live up to their Krupp guns by allow-
that his bees may keep busy all the winterin lives, Without a moment's loss of time life the court. The facts out of which this litiga-
now to speak, but of the product of his ing occasional circulation to rumors of wars.
that land of flowers and on the Missis- belts were distributed among the passengers, tion arises, so far as they are disclosed by the
cane-patch. We believe that this county is ; and an order was given to lower the boats. record and pleadings are, briefly, as follows: Then come stories of railroad lines, laid in '
better adapted to the cultivation of sugar- sippi there are bee boats that carry hives up This, however, in consequence of;the ves- Some time in the year 1877 four citizens of hot haste to convey the Cossacks toward .
and down that river to keep with the sel's her side found Tennessee supposed to be colored although r
cane than of any other agricultural product pace heeling over on was to men, I Berlin ; of the whole western frontier of 1
be difficult not so described in the record I _
blooming of the flowers. very on one sideband absolutely were
with, which the farmers of older States are : impossible on the other. As Second Officer arrested by one Tucker, deputy sheriff, upona Russia swarming with troops; ofPansIavists ,
i, familiar. Mr. Gold cultivated last year a The London Medical Press says:: "It is indisputable F. Spruth was still engaged in cutting the warrant issued by a justice of the peace, : pushing forward an irresolute emperor as in

sugar-cane patch of a little more than seven that the successes gained by fe spars loose, so that there should be as much-- and held to answer certain criminal charges, 1877 ; of the Eastern question solved at
driftwood as possible for the people to clingto the nature of which is not let forth. While
male students at the outset themovement
he and his the cultivators Vienna as first toward its
acres, family being only when the inevitable foundering occurred, in the custody of the deputy sheriff these a step final settle-
and the patch was cultivated by in favor of admitting them to equal exam- the vessel went down under his feet. He four prisoners were attacked by an armed .; ment, and of a mighty strife to come, involv-

the ordinary method practiced in this sec- ination with males, have not been main- seized a spar, but, as several other persons body of men, of whom defendant Harris was ing millions of men, !and plunging half the

tion. He made from that patch last season tained. ,In the Cambridge University, Higher clung to it. was obliged to let 'fri.,and he one, and so severely beaten, wounded and civilized world into the horror of a big war.
swam to a boat. This>oat..Wjwvv fced .up maltreated that P. M. Wells, one of the
Local
fifty-one barrels of syrup, five barrels of Examinations a marked decrease Is' by the Theta at 2o'clockSaturdayafternoon. number, died from the effects of his injuries: Why should such reports suddenly descend;:.;.,. ,
molasses, ten barrels of sugar, and sold 30-, yearly observable in the number of women The second officer steered"'the Theta to Cux An indictment was found by the grand jury like thunderbolts upon the Bourses of the-

000 stalks of seed-cane. We requested him who succeed" in passing in the Natural haven, where she arrived about 6 o'clock. against Harris and his associates for attack- world? Are diplomatists, capitalists and ,;
Seventeen other have been the under section 5,519 of the Re-
saved
Science of subjects. persons by ing party,
to give us these figures fbr the benefit of im- group journalists so sick of peace that merely byway
the steamer Diamant, from the Weser Light- vised Statutes,charging them with conspiracyto
migrants who are desirous of selecting a location The London correspondent of the Man house, and have arrived at Bremerhaven, deprive the four persons abov mentioned amusemeht they invent tales to con-

where they can make a living from chester Guardian, referring to the proposed making 50 thus far known to be rescued. of their right to due and equal protection of vey to each other what Byron calls a pleas

the soil while their orange groves are com- Roman Catholic cathedral in Westminster, The British steamer Sultan, which sank the laws of Tennessee, and their right to be ing fear?" Is Russia so flush of cash, so
the Cimbria, has arrived in the Elbe. She protected from violence while under arrest.
ing on. All the land in Hernando will says that Sir Tatton Sykes has offered to sustained heavy damages. A reporter boarded Defendants demurred to the indictment on easy at home, so strong in arms that she

not do so well as Mr. Gold's, buta great deal contribute !100,000 toward the building, the Sultan, and both captain and crew the ground, first, that the offenses created could with a light heart challenge Germany

of it will.-Journal. and it is likely that subscriptions will be absolutely refused to give him any informa- by section 5,519 of the Revised Statutes are to single combat, or hope to crush Austria t

Leon. asked, and subscription lists for small as tion. The captain has made statement before not constitutionally within the jurisdictionof before Prince Bismarck would or could interfere 6
the British Consul, but this is inaccessible. the courts of the United States, but are
TilE FAIR POSTPONED.-On account of the well as large subscribers will be opened The Sultan has a large hole in her bow cognizable by State tribunals only ; and ? I am inclined to believe that these ;

continuous rains, and almost impassable throughout England, as well as in certain seven feet above the water line. second, that said section 5,519 in so far as it repeated scares are simply a necessity of the

.p condition of the roads, those intending to parts of the continent. It is calculated that LONDON. January 22-6 a. m.-A dispatch creates offenses and imposes penalties is in situation. The banked-up fires of war-
from Berlin to the News Besides violation of the Federal Constitution and
Daily ,
make exhibits at the fair, with but few ex- from first to l last the proposed cathedral will says : great hosts of trained warriors-cannot be
the 39 survivors landed at Cuxhavenand an infringement of the rights of the several
ceptions, were deterred from doing so. The cost over !250,000. the 17 at the Weser Lighthouse, another States and of the people thereof. kept even ready without some smoke aris-

: weather has been exceedingly disagreeable ; The attendance at Jhe German, universities vessel has landed 11, but their names Upon trial of the case the judges of the ing. It is felt on all sides that a new European
have not been ascertained. The numberof Circuit Court found themselves unable to
it was almost impossible to get out to the has been increasing of late years to an yet struggle would probably assume immense ,
lives lost is
estimated at fully 300. The agree as to the constitutionality of the sec-
grounds from thecity withoutgetting soaked extent which causes alarm in some quarters.The passengers were mostly emigrants from East tion of the Revised Statutes above referredto proportions. It might set the world on fire F

and covered with mud. The managers, in number of students has gone up from Prussia. Among them were six American and certified the question to this court from the Tiber to the Neva, from Paris to

; consequence,were forced to postpone the fair. I 15,113 in the summer of 1872 to 23,834 in the Indians, who had been on exhibition in for a decision. After briefly stating the Moscow. For since 1806 Austria has been.
Berlin for some time." case and saying that valid act of
;d The races will come off at the grounds next summer of 1882. This increase amounts to HAMBURG, January 22.-The Diamant one Congress, must find in the every Constitution some nervous, since 1870 France has been restless,

Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This post- no less than 57.6 per cent. That the demandof of the steamers sent in search of the missing warrant for its passage. Justice Woods pro- antI since 1878 Russia has been unsatisfied.

ponement is very much regretted, but it modern life for men of education has increased passengers and crew of the Cimbria, arrived ceeds to an examination of the only four Germany cannot stand by and see Austria
could not be avoided. No but the weather here this afternoon with sixteen passengersand paragraphs in the Federal Constitution could
one to such an extent as this is regardedas crushed. France not move without
a fireman of the ill-fated vessel. The which can, in the remotest degree, have ref-
clerk is to be blamed.-The Board of more than doubtful by many authorities.An rescued passengers say that after having left encc to the question in controversy, name- disturbing both Berlin and Rome. It is also

Education of the West Florida Seminaryhave official warning has just been issued the Cimbria their boat was capsized, and ly, section two of article four of the original known that in the expenditure of money

perfected arrangements for a course of against students taking up the law as a pro- they sought refuge in some of the rigging of Constitution and the Thirteenth, Fourteenth and human life modern wars are terribly ex- ''
the Cimbria which still and Fifteenth amendments.
above
Taking
was water.
free scientific lectures to be delivered week- fession its But the harm of all is in
as ranks are already hopelessly pensive. greatest ,
They remained in this position ten hours, these up in inverse order, briefly disposesof
ly. The first of the sees will be deliveredby overcrowded. freezing from the cold and expecting that the Fifteenth Amendment by saying thatit the derangement of national life. When a

Rev. J. L. Hugon, next Tuesday evening The Revue Scientifique records some im- every minute would be their last, until is clear the amendment can have no application hundred years ago France. Austria or
at Gallic's Hall. Subject Electricity. they were rescued by a boat from the Dia- to the case since it relates to the Prussia went to war it meant that a few "
: portant experiments which have been madeto mant. Many of those who were in the boat rights of citizens of the United States to picked men met and fought but on the con- S
Dr. W. H. Carter will deliver the sec- show the effects of various conditions when it left the Cimbria were drowned on vote. It is equally clear that the section in tinent to-day the nation is drained. It f i

ond lecture on Monday evening, January upon the vitality of seeds. It appears that its capsizing, and many others after reach- controversy cannot be based on the Fourteenth might be said without exaggeration that
20th. The public are cordially invited toattelld. farmers had been in the habit of ing the rigging, were obliged to release their Amendment, since that has refer- when Germany poured across the frontierof r
keeping hold and were drowned. The survivors describe ence to State action exclusively, and not to France in 1870, the movement left an
.-Land of Flower seeds hermetically sealed. The experiments the scenes" as horrible and heartrending. any action of private individuals. The lan- empty chair in almost every household, in

Pollt. showed that but 45 per cent of the peas and All of them praise in the highest terms guage of the amendment does not leave this many cases never to be filled again. There-
in doubt and when the State has fore it is no wonder that in our time public
S-imnierlin" Brothers have bought the stock 2 per cent of the beans kept in confined air the conduct of the captain and crew of the subject ,
Cimbria, who never moved fronr their posts been guilty of no violation of its provisions, emotion should be rather tremulous at the
of cattle, lands and other interest of Jacob germinated when planted. On the other and did everything in the power of man to when it has not made or enforced any law prospect!' of new struggles on the same scale,

, Sumnicrlin on the west coast of South hand, of peas and beans exposed: freely to save life, until they themselves were engulfed abridging the privileges or immunities of and that the very greatness of the possible

Florida, embracing everything south of Or- the air, 90 per cent of the former and 98 in the waves. The rescued passengers citizens of the United States, when no one coming event should give rise to over-eager-
and Polk affirm that while they were in the rigging of its departments has deprived any personof apprehensions and excessive fears.It .
ange counties. This cent of the latter
is a largetransaction per proved fruitful. The the due has long been well known that the two
: lights of the Sultan were clearly visible, life, liberty or property without pro-
approximating $100,000, and experiments were made for the benefit of and that their cries for help must have been cess of law, or denied to any person withinits great central powers, Austria and Germany,
doubtless worth a good deal more than that farmers, and covered a period of about three heard on board the Sultan which, instead jurisdiction the equal protection of laws, have been in cordial agreement as to their
figure. This makes these gentlemen including years. coming to their rescue, steamed away. Mostof when, on the contrary, the laws of the State foreign policy. Since 1879 they might as:
the survivors present a miserable appear- as enacted by its legislative, construed by well have had but one foreign minister.
their former stock of cattle, the Dr. Fischer, a German traveler, has just ance, having lost everything. Since landing its judicial, and administered by its execu- Whenever Prince Bismarck spoke on Eastern .
largest holders in South Florida. Not only started from Zanzibar for the interior of here everything! possible has been done for tive departments, recognize and protect the affairs he made it plain that Austria and

this, but they now hold the key to the South Africa. The particular object he has in them. Some have been sent back to their rights of all persons ; the amendment im- Germany were one, "and that one was
American and West India homes, and the remainder will continue poses no duty and confers no power upon Austria." This was the more remarkable,
trade-the view is to visit the formidable tribe of the
great not in the habit of
their voyage on Wednesday. Congress. Section 5519 is not limited to as military empires are
shipping point, Punta Rassa.-We have Massais, whose reputation for ferocity is so BERLIN January 22.-According to the take effect only in case it shall abridge the effacing themselves without an object andit

often predicted, and we repeat it, that,sooneror great that the explorer could not find bear- accounts published here, the women and private privileges or immunities of citizensof was clear that there was something very t
later, the great future city of the South ers at the coast to him. He children on board the Cimbria were placed the United States, or deprive any personof significant below this generous and self- $'
accompany first in the boats. Boats Nos. 1 and 7 got life liberty or property without due pro- sacrificing policy of Berlin. What happensin
will stand on the peninsula near Charlotte eventually organized a commercial expedi- off clear, but No. 5 was so overcrowded thatit cess of law, or deny to any person equal Turkey, said the voice from Varzin, is
Harbor or Punta Rassa, and there the rail- tion, in which the six hundred armed natives capsized. The first officer held burning protection of the laws. It applies no matter nothing at all to us ; but it is a great deal to

roads will meet the ships that will carry the who start with him for the country of torches while the passengers were enteringthe bow! well the State may have performed its Austria, and because it interests her we are
boats. He was drowned. The third duty., Under it private persons are liable to concerned. The meaning of this was "clearas
commerce of what is yet to be the greatest the Massais have each an interest. A Hamburg and fourth officers and the second engineerwere punishment for conspiring to deprive anyone a warning addressed to the North. Pan-

portion of the American continents-Mexico commercial society has placed the saved. of the equal protection of the laws slavism pushed across the Balkans means a r

and South America.-Bartow Informant. sum of 15,000 marks at his disposal, and he The survivors of the Cimbria describe the enacted by the State. Since, therefore the I mortal wound to Austria and Germany will
moment of her sinking as a terrible one. section of the Revised Statutes under con- not let her die. Now all Germany and the ;
- bas also drawn largely on his private resources The air was filled with the cries of drown- sideration is directed exclusively against the I Southeastern States that are led by the Ger-

RAILROAD NOTES. to meet the expenses of the expedi- ing hundreds, who remained floating a short action of private persons without referenceto mans of Vienna stand united, with a double
tion. He has spent five years at Zanzibar time until enumbed by the icy water. In ; the laws of the State, or their administration front facing east and west, with guns loaded,

I'' The steamer Caddo Belle, Captain Rice, studying the languages of the country and a few minute all was over. by officers of the State, the court is hands on hilts, not eager for aggression, but -
has The Frankfurter Journal says that the offi- clearly in opinion that it is not warrantedby well prepared for defense. In the presenceof
arrived at New Bradford, Florida, from preparing for the adventurous journey he is cers of the steamer Sultan have been placedin any clause in the Fourteenth Amend- these "great twin warriors" I decline to ;

I Columbus, Georgia,and will hereafter ply on about to make. jail. ment to the Constitution. believe in the insanity of a Russian advance.

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.f'j. ,Ji'' .' FROM HOME TO HOME. \ a very ancient sofa, and is regarding him "That" means they are nothing but Almost as these last words escape her she says Monica, shrinking still further from- .
thoughtfully. fancies. repents them, and growing pale to her very him
} [; When swallows were building in early "When ?" Does it?" Then leaning back and plac- lips, turns her head aside and becomes pain- I do. Quite well. I ought to have
./ I 1 spring, Over my name.'' ing his hands behind his head heturns his fully anxious about an insignificant tear it before, but to-night I have made
., ', I ,: : r And the roses were red in June; Because I didn't quite know what to call eyes slowly upon"hers. "I wish I had never that a straggling brier has created in her mind. If you refuse me I shall never up marry my-
"' \'... When the great white lilies were fair and you. Your being my cousin does not pre- come down here, he says deliberately. gown. any woman-never! My darling, don't
; '), : sweet, vent your being a perfect stranger-and a What!1" cries she, leaning toward him. "I am not sure of that." said Norwood, shrink from"me; say you love me, i it-
r i :? #t'; ,, In the heat of the August noon' stranger, I suppose, ought to be called Mr. Has Julia proved unkind? or is it kind? unsteadily. "Monica, look at me. Nay, Monica, say It." say
1 L':- : winds were blowing the yellow Norwood." Won't she marry you? or will she?" you must," trying to compel her to return hXo-n You must be mad," says the
to f .,''f When.the wheat I If you call me that I shall be unhappy "Nonsense!" said Mr. Norwood gruffly. his gaze, which has grown impassioned.He girl, as, white as death, with both hands she
s. \ : And the song, of the harvest nigh, forever," says George Norwood. Besides, I wasn't thinking of Julia. has taken one of her hands in his andis keeps hlfl away from her. "It is !10.000 a
;r ; And the beautiful world lay calm and sweet, you can't, you know because I shall certainly No? Then why are you sorry you came trying to draw her nearer to him. year. You shall not do this thing. In the
f: r.: :f, In the joy of a cloudless sky. never call you anything but Monica." to the Court?" "Release my hand," she says in a low morning you will think "_
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'ft IV.: .' "Oh !r at that rate!1" says she smiling Norwood at this regards her fixedly. "I tone, yet with so much authority that at "As I do now," interrupts he. "And as
= Then the swallows were full of glad content again.Presently. wonder"hesaysinacurioustone"whetheryou once he obeys her. There is a strange flashin I thought yesterday morning and ever
l ;' "' .: *; In the hope of their northern nest; as he stands upon the hearth- really don't know or whether you are her beautiful eyes that warns him to morning during the past week-that I love
I '" Were sure that the land they wery tarrying rug, he lifts his eyes and fastens them upona an accomplished coquette?" dare nothing further, and yet makes his you better than my very life-to say nothing
.' ,.-, 111 portrait that hangs above the chimney- Don't know what?" asks :Monica, open- pulses throb madly. What a strange, proud of filthy lucre." -
!:' : Of all other lands was the best. piece. ing her large earnest eyes to their fullest, glance it is, and yet what grief, what an- The pressure of the hands that repulse
j : Ah if they had heard in those blissful days What a charming'face!1" he says. Whata and looking at him with such sweet and guish it contains. him is not so strong now. Emboldened by
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& j a." w. The Voice they must heed say, Go," complexion-and eyes !" honest surprise, as awakes within his breast I am tired," says the girl wearily. "I this sign of coming weakness, he goes on
.. ,..'. They had left their nests with keen regret, Yes, it is lovely 1 It is my grandmother.Don't the deepest self-contempt. How could he will go home-yes, you may come with me ; with renewed spirit:
t t] .' E And their flight had been sad and slow. you think the mouth and nose like have doubted her, for even one short mo- but for the future'-she pauses resolutely, We shall be poor, you know ; but you
., r.r papa's?" ment? "To be a coquette," she says in a but with evident difficulty, forces herself to said once you thought !700 a year quite
., .\:' : !L But when summer was gone and flowers "The very image!1" says George Norwood.He little dignified tone, requires, I Believe, look at him-" for the future you must enough to live on. You can't go back of
.. j were dead, doesn't think it a bit, but seeing she practice There is nobody down here ex- promise me never again to forget- that now. You said also: that it would be
.. I' And the brown leaves fell with a sigh plainly expects him to say it, he does his cept the rector and Sir John Frere. "I promise you faithfully," interrupts he disgraceful and contemptible act on the part a
;U j )" ;: !!" And they watched the sun setting every duty like a man.h It is a perfect face! But Sir John Frere?" apprehensively. quickly. "I shall never forget! of any man to marry one woman when he
4,'I i '. dayFurther the eyes-they are your own, surely." Yes. He is toothless and seventyfive.The She sighs.Presently. l loved; another. You can't get out of that
r; .: ii ;. J on in the northern sky. Are they? Do you know I never look at rector is hairless and sixty-one!" With turning to her almost as they either, and I am not going to look either
:, 2 .!: Then the Voice was sweet when it bid them that picture without feeling bitter!I" She this she very properly turns her back upon reach the cottage, he says: "Are you goingto disgraceful or contemptible in the only eyes
.. ,. 41 Go," laughs as she says this in a way that pre- him. the ball at the Grange to-morrow even- I worship.The ." '1{
;' I ,' They were eager for southward flight. cludes the idea that acrimony of any sort Thank goodness!1" says :Mr.Norwood de ing?" hands:: have grown quite reasonable
r'. j .. : And they beat their wings to a new-born ; could belong to her. It was the only thing voutly. ''He feels affectionate toward both "No.r now and indeed have slipped from his chest
a\: 1 'I hope my grandfather left papa. He made a par- these old men-in spite of their abbrevia- But you told me you were asked." to his shoulders.
>:' is f: When they went at the morning light. ticular point of it in his will that it shouldbe tions, and.in spite of the fact that he has "So I was. I am not going, nevertheless. Monica, I am ;yours, whether you likeitor
i given to him. When he had carefullycut never seen, either of them. "I beg your ." not. You must try and make the best of
M: ; (r. If the way was long, yet the way was glad, him off to a shilling, he bestowed upon pardon very humbly," he says, after a pause "Why?" There is terrible disappointment me." he says very humbly. My beloved,
;\ :, ': t' And they brighter and brighter grew, him an oil-painting. Was'nt it munificent? full of eloquence.No in his tone. I can only promise to be a good husband to
h':' ( i :- As they dipped their wings in the glowing The eldest son's portion to be a mere por- reply. "If you must know," she says gently, "it you till death do us part."
.. i \ heat, trait, while the second and third son's children Monica-speak to me !" is because: I have not got a gown good "Do not talk of death," she whispers,
,', r Vti' As they still to the southward flew; should inherit all !r' Then, as remem- "I will not," says Monica, giving herself enough. tremulously."No .
V*, I : I i Till they found the land of the summer sun, brances come to her,she reddens and grows the lie direct. *' That dress you wore at the Court last ? Shall we not pray that we may
; .x'! The land where the nightingale sings, for the first time confused. "I beg your *' Oh but you are speaking" declares he. evening'- die the same day, and be buried in the same
r .' ; And. joyfully rested 'mid rose and song pardon," she says softly ; I had forgottenyou I'm awfully sorry I said that, because it "Is a fossil-almost an heirloom. The grave? But, living or dying, my own dar-
,,: i{ Their beautiful weary wings. were the child of the second son." was as absurd as it was unpardonable." whole country knows it by heart by this ling, every thought of my heart: will be
.* -. Don't mind about that," says Norwood. As you acknowledge it to be unpardonable time. No! pride forbid my exhibiting my- yours."
: x i Like swallows we wander from home to "In my eyes, too, it was a most iniquitouswill. you can't, well look for my forgiveness. self in it again." The hands have slipped a little higher up,
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i "If you asked your father and now, with a faint but heavy sigh thatis
,' We are birds of passage at best- Papa was very glad to get this portraitof "Nevertheless I do," exclaims he boldly. "I should have one at once-at the expense almost a sob, she twines them round his
,,: J' i In many a spot we have dwelt awhile, his mother," Iays1011 ica hastily "He Well, then, say at once I am not a co- of his being even duller than usual neck and lays her soft cheek against his.
f' ; We have built us many a nest ; adored her. She did all she knew to make quette." for a month afterward. He would give me How was Julia looking?" asks she pres-
: ". .,t' But the heart of the Father will touch our grandfather destroy his first will, and leave Certainly you are not. You are an ang- every penny he possesses, would probablysell ently. They are flow. sitting close together -
j hearts I everything, as was only right, to my father. You are all you ought to be. You are"- some of his dearest possessions-books- -very close indeed-upon the patriarchalsofa
r: He will speak to us soft and low, She gained her point, too, but when she That will do," says Miss Monica, with a to get me a few yards; of muslin in which to that certainly Jias seen better days. But
y ..i k : \ We shall follow the Voice to the better land, died he forgot his promise and everything, mischievous glance ; you will overdo it if enjoy myself for an hour or two. Do you if it were satin and down they could not be
.". a And its bliss and its beauty know. and betrayed the dead, as you can see." She you go on any further. And now don't let think I should enjoy those two hours knowing more contented with it.
I :( 3 i .- makes a mournful gesture toward the room us quarrel any more. Tell me what you that? What purgatory they would Very handsome" replies he, with the
MONICA. that so painfully betrays their poverty. were doing all the morning. mean." most satisfactory indifference. Icily regular -
itK t 1 1r I My father as the second son was badly "Lounging after Julia." They would indeed !" he.says reverently splendidly dull' sort of business. No
treated, too," says Norwood, anxious, he ,"Happy man I do so love that old Court, gazing at her fair loving face with unaf- soul, and too much flesh. :My: angel, you
t To any one coming direct from all the luxury hardly knows why to create a feeling of i and I suppose she took you through the gar- fected admiration. He does her full justice have saved me. To think that only for youI
.. J( and beauty of the old Court above,naturally sympathy between them dens. If only my grandfather had behaved and understands perfectly the loyal affec- might have married her; should, to a mor-
,I this little cottage room looks small and Not so badly. By leaving the propertyto properly and left it to papa Instead of which tion that could find no happiness in a pleasure al certainty as I didn't know what love
... : poverty-stricken, yet there is a pathetic tenderness you and Julia, the daughter of his third here we are playing second where we shouldbe secured at the expense of a beloved ob- meant then."
", .. i about it, too,born of a woman's hand son, on condition you marry each other, he first. ject. Then he wonders why Julia, who has At this juncture there is no mistaking- _
d; 1 V -a touch of gentle refinement that shows provided for both the children of the youngersons. Well, it's nearly as bad for me," says more money at her command than she quite he knows what love means now.
: ; itself in the masses of old-world flowers, For me he did nothing. He never the young man moodily. "I was broughtup knows what to do with has had no thoughtfor "If you should ever be sorry about this,"
: carelessly and artistically put together, that forgave papa's marriage. You will marry in the belief that, as your father was not the poor little cousin in the cottage ; and says :Monica: nervously.
adorn the one table and the two brackets, Julia, of course?" in it, I was to be the heir. And see now then, I am afraid, he thinks bitter thoughtsof Nonsense, darling, you know you are
,1 h., t filling all the tiny apartment with their She is regarding him seriously, and he where I am" the woman he ought to marry. miles too good for rue. I hope you will
.. subtle perfume. laughs a little and colors beneath her gaze. "You will be all right when you marry You must come to see me the day after never be sorry, that's all-:Monica.: ," wistful-
i The windows, opening to the ground, are "I dare say," he says lightly. "It would Julia," says Monica with the friendliest en the ball and tell me all about it," she says fully. "Are you certain positive, that you
j ; J thrown wide open. Outside, the garden lies seem a pity to throw away ten thousand a couragement. But this encouragement falls lightly. "Second-hand to hear of it will be really love me?"
r t panting in the sunshine. There is the sad year; and if I refuse she gets all, and I am through. better than nothing. I am as sure of it as that we are sitting
1 lowing as of many cows in the far distance. in.the cold. As I am heart-whole, I mayas "Oh I dare say," says Mr. Norwood ungratefully "Yes, I will come," he says absentlybut here," says Miss Norwood solemnly.A .
All the land lies quivering in its heat. A well think about it; that is, if she will have and with increasing gloom. it is plain his thoughts are roaming, and further demonstration that they now
f.a f faint useless little breeze comes lazily into the goodness accept me," But you can't be badly off. You must that he is thinking of something far removed really know what love means !
:t. the room, rufliing the ancient curtains that She will," says Monica, with a certain have money now, too," says his cousin witha from the soft evening scene that snr- "Do you know, I'm awfully hungry,"
:. : are drawn closely together in a vain effort to meaning in her tone. If she refused she swift glance at his clothes, which are irre- rounds him. says George presently, without the smallest
":' I T exclude the sun. would be left penniless, too ; it would all go proachable. shame or recollection that people in novels
;, t Poor Mr. Norwood, -with. a praiseworthy to you, and she is fond of"- She pauses.: Not enough to keep me decently. :My The morrow the day dies. Night never eat anything when filled with the
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determination to seem quite the contrary, is I dare say you will get on very well together mothec jt one L700 a year." comes on and covers; everything. At tender passion. _
., looking the very picture of misery. lie ,'' she continues hastily; and as you "Seven hundred pounds a year!" says the Grange apace the fiddles are sounding, bright "Are you? Do you know so am I, but I
: has been dragged from his sanctum and his are heart-whole, as you say, it really] cannot Miss Norwood severely. "I think no young. forms are moving to and fro ; the air is didn't quite like to say it," confesses she
: : beloved Aldines, Bodonis Elzevirs," to much matter." man could possibly require more than that. I heavy with the breath of dying flowers. It naively. "The servants are in bed, I am
: I interview or rather be interviewed by a "What. can't matter?" : You only yourselfto think of-no other is eleven o'clock, and the ball is well be- afraid, but there is cold chicken in the pan-
I fashionable young man fresh from town, "Your marrying for m ney." expenses-no grown-up daughter to dress gun ; the! music grows sweeter, fainter; fans try, and- ?
t \ I who, though his nephew is to him an utter And if I was not quite free-if my heart and keep." are waving gently. '. Let us go for it ourselves," says George.
I- I stranger. owned another tie-how: then ?" asks he, "Well, I could hardly have that, you Down in the cottage a girl is standing ina "As we are going to set jup housekeeping on
Conversation for the last five minutes has with an anxiety to know her opinion that know," says George Norwood apologetically. white at one of the open windows, a limited scale, the sootier we learn how to
k" ;;1 been growing more and more languid. Now astonishes even himself. "I won't be twenty-six until next month' and is gazing gown eagerly and with sad strainingeyes lay a table and help ourselves, the better.''
"., it threatens to cease altogether. The host is "Then it would be disgraceful of you and "I was thinking of papa-if he had L700 at certain lights, that, two miles away, I don't believe there is any sherry" says
: ',:. at his wit's end, the fashionable young man contemptible" returns she seriously, but a year, how happy we should both be !" can be seen distinctly through the still haze Miss Norwood blushing generously. but
)i. is looking distinctly bored. It is, therefore, without haste. Perhaps she thinks she has No-you would instantly want more." of the summer night. there is "-with considerable hesitation-
with a glance full of rapture, and a nobly spoken too severely, because presently she I am sure not. That would give him all Yes, he is there, of course; and happy "beer."
I. i f suppressed sigh of extreme relief that Mr. smiles up at him very softly and kindly. he requires-' a house full of books and a and regardless of everything but the mo- If there is one thing on earth I love it is
Norwood hears a step upon the gravel outside And then after a little bit.he says goodbyeto garden of flowers.: She makes her quota- ment. It is most natural is it not? Whatis beer" says George Norwood.
r4 t that conies quickly nearer. her, and goes out into the gleaming sun- tion with a sweet, wistful smile that goes to there else for him to think of? She, her- "There now," murmurs she reproachfully. -
t It i<-it must be-Monica, to the rescue! shine, and all the'way up to the grand old his heart. self, how dearly she would like to be there, 'And just this moment yon told me
1!', _I Now one of the windows is darkened a Court (that may or may ;trot be his as his And you-what would it give you?" he too She glances at her gown and tells her- you loved only me."
g. figure :stepping! airily from the bright sunshine will dictates), and carries into it, not the asks earnestly. self that almost she might have goneandthen "And so I do, you and you only," de-
beyond to the room within, parts thecurtains face of the cousin who :reigns there, and Me! Oh, I should be happy enough in she shrinks within herself, and refusesto clares he fervently.
p"'I"'I" with both hands, and gazes inquir- whom it is expedient he should marry, buta his happiness," replies she lightly. "The confess even to her own heart that it "The key of the beer is always kept be-
ingly around. soft vision glad with eves that shine like garden of flowers!: you see,would be as much would have been agony to her to have appeared hind this picture," says ::Monica pointing to
'1 As her glance falls upon the strangeyoung sapphires, and sunburnt hair, and a smile mine as his. Now," she says with a little badly dressed before-before-oh the oil-painting of her grandmother he had
man it alters from expectation to extreme grave and sweet and full Of heavenly tender- irrepressible sigh, "he hasn't even enough people! admired on the first day of his arrival.
,; surprise-not confusion or embarrassment of ness. ; money to buy some of the books in which many She sighs impatiently, and the tears gather "That's a good thing to know," returnshe
any kind, but simple honest surprise, visit- ; his soul delights." in her eyes and blot out the light shining laughing.
ors at the cottage being few and far between, It is a month later. Thirty, days-as cruelly What are they? I mean their names?" gayly so faraway ; they blot out, too, dark Well, take it down for me now ; it will
i' and as a rule exceedingly ill to look at. short as days will ever bet: where happiness asked he eagerly! too eagerly She raises figure that, advancing rapidly through the be a lesson. You will know exactly whereto
i The strange young man returns her gaze reigns supreme-have taken themselves her soft eyes to his ; there is gratitude in few shrubs, enters the second open window, go for it next time."
t, with a generous:: interest, and'a surprise that wings and flown away j i them, but stern resolve, too. and, crossing the room, is at her side before She laughs, too, as she says this, and
outdoes her own. For a full half minute she It is now high noon. Already the day begins "No, no," she says. Remember what she has time to recognize him. drawing him up tothechimney-piece pointsto
4 so stands, with a curtain held back in either to wane. The god of tight grows weary. you said a moment since-your income is It is George Norwood, of course-a little where the key hangs behind the picture.
hand, and then she advances slowly. "Tired nature halts." The streamlets are not sufficient for yourself. You shall not flushed from his run, and with his hair Was it fatality or was it awkwardness?
,,. She is dressed in a gown of Oxford shirting running wearily as though fatigued with waste it upon us." slightly ruffled, and with the gladdest light As he puts up his hands he touches the
-very plain! very inexpensive. It has a the exertions of the day nttw almost past. I don't think it is quite a civil thing to possible in his handsome eyes. painting, and the string that supports it
I' little full baby 6ody! that somehow suits It is the earth's siestaeven the bee flagsin remember every word a fellow says," returns Monica, moving backward, involuntarilyseizes snapping suddenly the picture falls heavilyto
wonderfully the grave childish face aboveit his deep and dull moit tony." All the George reproachfully."Well the curtain with one hand and staresat the ground-so heavily that the back
with its frame of light brown hair so like morning George Norwoodj&as: toiled assidu- we won't go into that.," replies him almost affrightedly. Her attitude parts from it, and leaves it rather a dilapidated -
.' the color of an unripe chestnut. Her eyes ously after his cousin at tlip Court; has followed she quickly. Then, as though some hidden reminds him of that happy moment when object on the ffearth-rug.
are blue as the heavens above her; her from green-houses 3 > conservatories, force compels her to return to the subject, first he saw her. Before he has time to But something else is on the hearthrug,
from conservatories to orchards the woman she : Tell me how get on with too A, piece of yellowish parchment,
'., mouth, a trifle large, perhaps, but very seri- says you speak she recovers herself, and says with a
ous and very sweet. One cannot but believe he has been taught he Trust; marry, if he Julia." poor attempt at coldness : tightly folded, has slipped from between the
laughter possible to her; one cannot also but wishes to keep up his goo -fellowship with Very well," impatiently. "She will look What has brought you here?" picture and the frame. George and :Monica,
believe !she has found self-communion on the world to which he iras so long been all that'is satisfactory at the head of one's "You know," replies he calmly ; "an both stooping to pick up her grandmother,
.'!. many occasions a solace and solemn joy. known. Now, when evenig is descending, table. There is consolation, no doubt, in overpowering desire to see you-to hear see this paper at the same instant. She,
'" "Come here, Monica, and let me makeyou he has escaped from his du3y, and has flung that thought, as, I suppose, I must marry your voice again. Your face was in every being the woman, is naturally the most carious -
: known to your cousin, George Nor- himself with deepest, inte sest relief at the her." corner, smiling at me-your voice was clearer and, therefore, the swiftest to snatchit.
: i!. wood," : her father very proudly. The feet of the woman he ought! not to marry, I "Oh, why say must?" gently, and with a than the band, and called me incessantly. .
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t 1 I pride is says all concentrated in his daughter. In with whom, indeed, marr@.ge would mean I glance at him from under her long lashes. I have come !I" Now,' she says gayly, putting it behind
; 1 his i soul he deems a king would be honored social extinction. :5; It's not a hardship, surely?" He sinks into a chair with all the air of a her back what do you say it is-a legacyor
i. by such an introduction. He met her half an houcago in this little Perhaps I shouldn't have thought it so a man who intends to make it his resting- a hundred pound note, or mere paddingto
.: i i At this she comes closerand places a small, shadowy valley, where th dying sunbeamsare month ago." place for the remainder of the evening. keep the portrait steady?" t
I slim hand in her cousin's. playing at hide and;seek among the She is young, handsome ; that is all one "Where is Julia?" asks she, reproof in Mere padding" guesses he.
-: t i hI should have known, of course," she branches of the trees, and &here a tiny rivu- requires, is it not?"' her voice, unmistakable gladness in her "A fairy gift," declares she.
I Ih let is and it N.Jt There is something else, I Then they over the lamp and ex-
f.I says, as though following out a certain train i lisping stammering as runs lazily < quite great gleaming eyes. She has got a heavy stoop
"I of thought. "I heard you had come to the ; over its pebbles. t think-many other things ; but, above and spray of scarlet geranium in the bosom of amine it cautiously.
: i Court." :Monica, having throwrE aside her huge beyond all, the essential grace that makes her white gown. It rises and falls nervously When Norwood has opened it and read
., t: ,: : "You must be good friends with him, white hat, is sitting on a little mound with life-that is, married life-sweet ; I mean as she stands before him, trying vainly to two or three lines of the writing it contains,
'y-", i I Monica," says :Mr. Norwood nervously. her back against a beech trse. She has taken sympathy. be stern and angry. he utters an ejaculation, and turns to :Monica : -
c He is your only cousin,you know-except her knees into her embrace and just now is "She hardjy knows you yet," says Monica, "I don't know':" I don't care. Dancing,I with eyes bright with excitement.
!': 1 Julia." looking at her cousin under heavily lashed deep but suppressed pity in her eyes. "By suppose." What was the date of our grandfather'swill
;;, "Yes,"-she. is smiling now-"we> shall lids that seem barely able o support themselves and by it may be different. Knowledge of "Go back to her. I won't have you here. ?" he asked eagerly. "I mean, how
y be friends, of course!1" Then more directly so lan uorous is the:hour and so contented Julia makes her confess to her secret soul Go back to her at once." long before his death was it written and
i. to the man who is still holding her hand, as her spuit.Her I that small hope for him lies in a nearer acquaintance '*I won't." says Mr. Norwood. signed.
'. though he has actually forgotten it is in his companion can scarcely be said to be with the cousin he needs must But I desire you;' exclaims she with a Three yea'rs," said:Monica,gazing at him
-; 1., possession. "As my father likes you, it follows looking as free from care aS she is ; there is marry. little stamp of her foot. in wonderment.
that I shall like you, too." a slight suspicion of weariless in his eyes ; "In six months more it must all be set- Of course, if you turn me out I shall "And this is dated six months before his
'.. w Ah says George Norwood, with an an- his manner is somewhat tfiiged with a depression tled,"' said the young man restlessly. ;. Julia have to go," says George Norwood, without death," says he, with something in his tone
swering smile that renders his face quite very foreign to itwhich, as a rule, up to that time has everything. It will then showing the faintest symptom of an inten- that resembles awe. "This is another and
f. beautiful, then I owe your father a debt of is of the debonnaire order.:7 depend upon me whether she will still have tion to depart; "but I certainly shan't go to a later will, Monica" and it bequeaths all to
gratitude I shall not easily repay." Anything the matter with you?" asks everything or only half.'* Julia-I've had enough of Julia." your father!
Mr. Norwood has been getting nearer and Monica at last. "You are sure she will accept you?" Monica's breath comes a little quickly ; *
; nearer to the door by fine degrees. Monica, '.Yes, any amount of things." "I am afraid-I mean," coloring hotly at she lifts her hand hersoft-rounded throat. It was quite true. I suppose the old man,
t '., < without seeming to notice this, says gently! : Well-go on-SaY them all over-it will his mistake, "I think she will do me the "You ought to be with the woman you, when feeling sickness come on himthatfirst
,t l' "Go back to your books, papa. I will take do you good," suggests ympathetically.: ] honor to be my wife. mean to marry," she says slowly."I attack of paralysis that suggested to
..i. care ofyof my cousin." Not for worlds-at least not for many "You think rightly. She will not resign entirely agree with you," says Nor- him the possibility-had repented him cf
,. t At this Mr. Norwood beats a thankful retreat reasons. It would bore you: it wouldn'tcure the property. Only yesterday she told me wood, with the utmost vivacity. But that the betrayal of his promise to the wife,dead
i leaving! the two young people alone.'f my case, and besides,"' with a half she could not live without it. In six: months wouldn't drive me back to the Grange. I and gone for seven long years, but green
i "Why dii'You hesitate just now?" asks laugh, "my worries are of the kind difficultto then she will still! have everything, and- shall never marry Julia." still in his memory. To leave all to the son
t 1 George suddenly. She has seated herself on put into speech. you into the bargain., "You don't know what you are saying," of her heart-the first, and therefore the

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om-was her prayer. And the father, bility of the upper pulling out. In the man
though estranged from this son for reasons ufacture of common work for women, where REDUCTION IN PRICE. ..

too numerous to mention here, had suc- machines are used, there is a rough seam left : We offer The J/irrorin combination with the

cumbed, as a husband should, to the loveofhis on the inside of the shoe, which is decidedly American Agriculturist for $2.75 a year,which
youth, and had sworn to her that jus- uncomfortable to the wearer, whereas if I. 0
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spring was glad with flowers, and the sun process, as no nails are used, as the upper York, and offered for sale at 5000. { FAMILY GR0CERFsT
and love. does not require to be fastened to the inner I k
shone, and all was youth The eminent artist, F. S. CHURCH, writingto
And yet the gall rose to the top ; and sole except by the sewing. Those who have *
after a bit so strong was it that he looked Investigated the process are loud in their a friend in the country last October, thus _

about him for a way to fulfill his promise to praises, and compliment the inventor highly alludes to this Picture: ; .
the dead and yet work his own desire. He upon his success; and it is a fact that manu- I was delighted this morning to see EMBRACING NEA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

would make a new will-so far she was facturers of shoe machinery are already at offered as a Premium a reproduction of avery
obeyed, poor soul-leaving all to the eldest work endeavoring to produce a machine beautiful Picture, "In the Meadow,"
son, whom he so deeply detested,.and it which will accomplish the work which is 1 by Dupre" This Picture is an Educator. ." FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
should be given into his own hands, but in now done by hand,and with a good prospectof
This
superb engraving ((17ixl2 inches
exclusive -
he should be the better success.-Boston Herald.
such wise that none of wide border) is worth more than ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS 0 .
it.
bv
"His mother's portrait was made the medium THE DIGNITY OF LABOR. 'the cost of both journals. It is mounted on

o Behind it, in between the wooden heavy Plate Paper,and sent securely packedin PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL j
The notions of much influenced
- back and the picture, the old man. in secret a people are ,
the first by their institutions. In society Tubes made expressly for the purpose.
hid the will that vexed him, and in a .
document that suited his pride he inserteda composed of the same class of people the When to be mailed, 10 cents extraHs"requiredfor ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF .

codicil leaving portrait, concealed will and discrimination as to position, on account of Packing, Postage, etc. I "
all to his eldest son. employment, is not so distinctly marked as J _._ gill- -
Yet fate is strong, and tune brings all to forbid intercourse, or to stamp with prejudice FINE TEAS AND COFFEES '
things to perfection. \ any recognized avocation. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Julia, when matters were made clear to Where, however, the manual labor of a -t *ftt'' t- (

her took it all very badly. Having a verygood country is wholly or chiefly performed by IS HEREBY GIVEN, that un- ,
income of her own, and an implacable an inferior or servile class, the fact of this NOTICE act of the Legislature of the THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.NE"V K

temper, she refused to be comforted, and appropriation of labor creates the same State of Florida, entitled "An Act to pro- ,
went abroad to Egypt Tangiers, or some- prejudice against toil,as there an inferiority vide a General Law for the Incorporation of
where, and may now be married to a swarthy in those who perform it. Railroads and Canals approved February .
Prince for all I know. This difficulty has been especially experi- 16th, 1874,the undersigned have formed and GOODS Received by Every Steamer. tI

Pretty Monica has married her lover, and enced in our portion of the country since the organized a company under the name of .
her little general; breaking-upof old issues and con-
when I last saw her was teaching ditions. ATLANTIC & MEXICAN GULF CANAL I
son to "Ride a cock-horse to Banbury COMPANY, Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA,!! F LA.
admitted and entertainedby
Cross" on his grandfather's knee.Temple Prejudice once
Bar. the mind is hard to eradicate. Reason is for the purpose of constructing, maintaining I, ,
__ -- u ---_- not sufficient, with the majority of men, to ; and operating a steamboat and barge C. H. HUOT .
THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. I overcome the pride of position or the habits (canal for public use in the conveyance of WB tB AtB AND RBTAlt. : L

of thought which have long been enter- persons and property from the Florida line, H ):
tained. the Okefenokee Swamp thence in
near ; a DEALER IN-
TO REMOVEIT
DETERMINATION OF THE TRUSTEES
FROM EAU GALLIE. Time and necessity perform the work with southwesterly direction across the State of O r t
I some; others will undergo privation and Florida by the most direct route to the Gulf, P
Upon a summons from Hon. E. K. Foster, even distress before they will elevate the and along its shore to the western boundary c ,
chairman of the Board of Trustees of the man to his true dignity,and shake off what- of the State; to be constructed within CII N1DILERYII j'

State Agricultural College, we reported at an ever impedes his course of duty, or standsin I the limits of the counties of Nassau Baker, = -N;. .
adjourned meeting of the board on the 9th the way of his advancement.A Columbia,Hamilton,Suwanee,Madison, Lafayette :I!
inst., at the Capitol building. Such a re- gentleman recently removed to
our Taylor, Jefferson, Wakulla, Franklin -
union of the members is always pleasant, as parish from the North, remarked to us Calhoun, Washington, Walton, Santa Groceries, Hardware,
we have there, representing this important that it did not seem allowed here that a man Rosa and Escambia. The Canal Company Hii A. B. NOTES hiO t

interest, some of the worthiest gentlemen in should drive his own wagon to town, pro- was original1incorporated by the Legisla- :
our Commonwealth : two of the circuit vided he wished to be well thought of. This ture of Georgia, under the name of the At- DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
Judges, Walker and Baker, three of the executive was an evidence, which a stranger had detected lantic & Mexican Canal Company, of which -DEALER IN- I

cabinet, Foster, Barnes and L'Engle, of the way in which some persons, at this proposes to be an extension. Second Street, tc
and several private citizens ; among the best, think about such things.If GEO. F. DREW 2P
latter we missed the presence of Col. Roper, such impressions still prevail amongstus J. J. FINLEY, Family Supplies, zj
of Gainesville, one of the most efficient and the sooner they are gotten rid of the GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, vie FERNANDINA, FLA.
zealous of our members. Hisabsence: on account better for us. The fault and the condemnation
Of Florida.
of illness was much regretted. Since lies, not with the man who performshis LAFAYETTE MCLAWS ... t= HEAVY GROCERIES, +
the last meeting, Dr. Branch. of Tampa, had office of honest and proper labor, but JOSEPH SHEPARD FERNANDINA ,
died and his had been filled the Ift'If-
place by with him who criticises and underrates a JAS. S. BAILEY,
election of Dr. C. L. Mitchell, of Bartow. man for doing that, which, if more generally Of Georgia. -H Hay and Grain t

The board held three sessions, and consid- performed, the country would be much Dated this 10th day of January, A.D. 1883. [ '] [ '] [MIL ] o 00 .
ered with much care several propositions for better off. STEAM { SAW } { *. } CDCD

appropriating and using the interest on the Not only to drive a wagon, but to be will- In the Circuit Court, Nassau *,_,* *v_* *>_,* 8 $''i!"" SHIP STORES, \
college fund ; but the board could not see ing to put the hands to the wheel, if need County, Florida. O .
how these would constitute an endowment of be, is what we require in our present z M*
a college, as provided for by Congress in the erty-stricken country ; and we can allow pov-no ALEXANDER McRAE, C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, IStoves PQD N a'';
original: grant. The board decided to take prejudice to exist against that which is our versus 1 Furniture, + :
the most vigorous action to locate the insti- only for B& JAIINEAGERSmON TEM- '
resource
rebuilding our wasted for- S. B. HUBBARD. ALONZO } In constantly on handLumber -
PLE, .
tution forthwith\ under the previous order to tunes, and encouraging one another in all Chancery.B. HAS :,
.NoyES'Y .LAWTEY WILLIAM etQD-
)[ -
remove the site from Eau Gallie in Brevard honorable labor and toil.-Clinton .
(La.)
county to one more central and accessible.The PatriotDemocrat. JOHNSON,:\1.)1. WIIITE, by Cargoes.
corporate authorities and citizens of several -I and THOMAS BROWHER.TTNDER Paints, nflCD
large towns and cities will be notified to ---- ----- and by virtue of a decree enteredin Office Second Street. vie o Crockery, M
on
take action to compete for the location, if DEATII OF A GERMAN PRINCE. \ in the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial ..

they so desire. The act x>f Congress prescribesthat Circuit of Florida, in and for the County of w Hardware, N ;N.
no part of the fund shall be used!' for the TIlE BROTHER OF THE EMPEROR DEAD-HIS LAST Nassau, Florida, for the enforcement of a E
erection buildings. These must be otherwise WORDS: "LONG LIVE THE EMPEROR." certain lien for labor done and performedupon Willow-Ware. =
provided, together with one hundred BERLIN a certain saw-mill situated in said HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS r .
Januar21.Prince
Frederick ...
acres of land for experimental gardens. The County, situated as hereinafter described, rT" .
Charles Alexander, brother of the "rr"'
buildings to start with need not be very Emperorof and known as the Tolu or Eager Mill-said A
costly. As to what would be required, a Prince Germany, who, died had to-day been aged 82 years. The decree being in favor of Alexander McRae o s
conference may be had between the localities time became indisposed for some and against Benjamin Eager, Simon Temple, We invite your attention to our H = fM
interested and some member of Executive which seriously ill yesterday. His S. B. Hubbard, Alonzo B. Noyes, Win. Law- O ::

Committee-these are Judge( Walker, of character symptoms toward, assumed an aggravated tey, William Johnson, M. M. White, and ,.{ oro
Tallahassee ; Judge Baker, of Jacksonville; this morning but evening after abated somewhat Thomas Browher will sell in front of the Crockery 1 Glassware, H 4t
Gen. Barnes!', of Tallahassee ; Col. Smith, of and noon hesank rapidly, Court-Honse in the City of Fernandina, in -t --- --- ; i
before
Madison, and Woffbrd Tucker,of Sanford.To just 2 p. m. he expired. The said County, Florida<< on the first Monday in -
the last, named the towns of Palatka, noon Emperor with remained the Prince some, who time was in also the visited fore- February, 1883, being the 5th of said month, and offer our Goods in these lines as low as < rric a a tow &a thc tot Ar+

Ocala and Gainesville were assigned for the by the Empress Prince Frederick the mill known as the Eager Mill, situated the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of
purpose of receiving communications and and the William, and being in Sec. 19, T. 1, S. 24 E.,Nassau
reporting at an adjourned meeting at Tallahassee I, Empress:other partook princes.of the The Emperor and County, Florida, together with buildings, very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,
1st of February. In the performanceof sacrament with the machinery, equipments, boilers, engines,
dying man at 1:30: p. m. The last words\ of Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin I
this etc., used in said Tolu Mill
duty Mr.[ Tucker will visit the places Prince Charles or Eager situ-
designed, beginning with Gainesville 25th In were, "Long live the Em ated, as aforesaid, on said premises; to satisfy Chamber Sets all colors; WoodenWare BUillillgIaterial !
January, and thence calling at Ocala and Pa- peror. consequence of the death of said decree as aforesaid. Terms cash,
Prince
Charles, the festivities in of all kinds and
honor of Housekeeping
for title. ; -I
latka. We shall be pleased to confer with the silver of purchaser paying
Crown
wedding Prince Frederick
corporate bodies and citizens who may takean William will be abandoned. JOHN A. ELLERMANN, Utensils generally:
interest in the location of the college. will be The theatres 7 Special Master. BRICK, LIME, HAIR
closed
The fund kept until after the funeral. Fernandina Fla. 4 1883. FRED 1\?. IIOYT & CO.
amounts now to about$140,000, invested The Prince's death has January -
cast a gloom'overthecity. PLASTER CEMENT
in State bonds, and yields an annual The ,
interest of nearly $9,000. The patronage to flags everywhere are at half-mast. OF FLORIDA, )
The Emperor is STATE
much affected
town from the very and OF NASSAU. [ SHINGLES
any or city, resulting presenceof
considerable i
such institution anxiety is felt in regard to his To James O'Boylc-You noti- I
an having, possibly, health. are hereby NOYES,
hundreds of young men domiciled there, and tied hat a writ of attachment has been issued AB. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
supplying themselves largely from the local against you and your property attached, to (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), j i I!i .

trade, cannot well be overestimated. It The Prince, who was four years younger satisfy the demand of twentyfive'dollars.Now Wholesale and Retail Dealer in I j j PAINTS, OILS, ET(:.,
would also furnish a fist-class institution of than the Emperor, was commander-in-chief unless you shall appear> before H. J. i
learning for local patronage. It must not be of the Prussian artillery. He was the father Baker, Esq., County Judge and ex-officio Jus- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, j ij -AT-
supposed that the college is to be a large of Prince Frederick Charles Nicolas, who tice of the Peace in and for said county, at
farm. It distinction his office at Fernandina the 12th CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, FRED W. HOYT & CO'S
will teach agricultural science, an- won great in the war with Aus- on day of ; ,
alyze soils; fertilizers, etc., and mechanic arts tria in I860, and also in the FrancoPrussianwar. March. A. D. 1883. at 10 o'clock in the fore- Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near
in all departments ; but it will be all the noon,judgment will rendered against you Steamboat Landing, SECOND STREET Near Centre.
same a school for imparting in all respects a and your property sold to pay the debt.
first-class education. Let the cities speak CINDERS IN THE EYE.-Persons traveling Dated this 12th day of January, 1883.J. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. I

out.-Florida Methodist.AV 0 by railway are subject to continued annoyance \ ELLERMANN. Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.
from the flying cinders. On i into 8-td Plaintiff. Merchandise WM.
-- ---- getting Evans. Special rates in B. C. DURYEE, s
INVENTION IN SHOE-MAKING. the eyes they arc not only painful for the NOTICE. large quantities. f ,
There is no branch of industry where moment, but are often the cause of long suffering Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- I COMMISSION MERCHANT.
greater strides have been made than that ends in a total loss of sight. A TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the I GENERAL
in the
manufacture of shoes. All kinds of very simple and effective cure is within the Take notice, that on the 13th day of best in the world. CENTRE ST., :NEAR R. R. DEPOT,
have been machinery reach of every one,and would prevent much February, 1883, I will apply to the Judge of Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED
enabled manufacturers invented, which have suffering and expense were it generally the Circuit Court in and for the Fourth Judicial PLOWS. FERNANDINAFLA..

goods so rapidly as to astonish to turn out these known. It is simply one or two grains of Circuit of Florida, a: Jacksonville for a Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-

but, out of all the inventions civilization, flax seed. These may be placed in the eve license to manage, take charge of and con- VILLE. 33 I Hay, Corn, Oafs
the effect to give the none have had without injury or pain to that delicate orga'n, trol my property,and to become a free dealer II I
wearer so much comfort and in according to the statute in
as the old-fashioned shortly they begin to swell and dissolvea every respect,
hand-sewed boot or glutinous substance that such case made and provided.
covers the ball of
shoe. The
expense in the manufacture of the enveloping / MRS. E. MYERS. DR. CLARK
hand-sewed work has however eye any foreign substancethat JOHNSON
price above the reach of, kept the may be in it. The irritation of cutting Fernandina, Fla., January 12,1883. S 4t
common It
people. the membrane is thus
prevented, and the
now looks as if poor mortals would soon annoyance may soon be washed out. A obtained for new inventionsor
have a chance to wear comfortable shoes as dozen of these stowed away in the vest pocket PATENTS for improvements in old INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP
a gentleman in this city has invented process
a may prove in an emergency worth their ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand _
which is extremely simple in its work, number in gold. all patent business promptly attendedto.
but which enables hand-sewed goods to be INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
made within a few cents of Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels.
per pair cheap REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
machine work. For six months past Mr. WORTH REMEMBERING.-Now that good ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- Kidneys Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its ",
Lee E. Moore has been making a shoe by a times are again upon us, it is worth remembering ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS -
process which, it is calculated, will rev lu- that no one can enjoy the pleasantest EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- YI efficacy in healing the above named diseases, aril

tionize the entire business. The process is surroundings if in bad health. There are ents in less time than those who are remote pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man. "
very simple, but decidedly practicable, as it hundreds of miserable people going about Washington.When ,a aI
is equally applicable to ladies' work as to to-day with disordered stomach, liver or Inventors send model or sketch, I

that of heavy work for men. Heretofore in kidneys, when a bottle of Parker's Ginger we make search in thc Patent Office, and GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .
the manufacture of hand-Sewed work, the Tonic would do them more good than all advise as to its patentability free of charge.
upper leather, which remains after sewing the medicines they have ever tried. Correspondence confidential; fees reason- Mark.Laboratory.

the welt to the inner sole, has cither been --- able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT e AGENTSWANTED_ '
cut off or tacked down and the space filled, IS OBTAINED.We .
A DELIGHTFUL NOVELTY.-Ladies
but by the new method the upper, after Foreston Cologne because they find this prefer last- refer by permission to the City Post- 77 .West Third St. New York
having been fastened to the sole, is turned ing combination of master, and to the Superintendent of the City. Druggists sell it. .
exquisite
perfumes delightful
back over the welt, and in turn is again a Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash

sewed to the outer sole, thus making the novelty. ington. For special references circular service CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, "1881. : .
shoe doubly strong, and making it virtually -------- -- --- terms, etc., addressC. Dr. Clark JohTl.8071Iv children were sick with Fever. and a short trial of yonr
waterproof. In case a \poor inner sole is Nervousness, debility, and exhausted vitality A. SNOW & CO., Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. .
used so that the sewing gives way, the welt cured by using Brown's Iron Bitters. 2-tf Opp.Patent Office.Washington,DC. 46 RUDIE CANTREL.

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: THE FLORIDA MIRROR : JANUARY 27.

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petty bills. We hope that more system Senator Jones, of Florida, gave notice on FUND. g

i1 f, f.I SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 188S. will be introduced, and all measures on the the 17th inst. that he would call up his reso- The Gainesville Bee gives the following THE APPROPRIATION BILLS-REJOICING AMOXO

calendar be disposed of promptly. lutions relative to the East Florida claimson sensible reasons for devoting a portion of EE-ELECTED MEMBERS-GENERAL GRANT'S
'
( !::" ; THE BARGE CANAL AND SHIP The members of the Legislature should the 20th.Senator this fund to the Seminary at Gainesville: VISIT TO THE CAPIT -SOCIETY NEWS
W.IfcV. AND GOSSIP.
. : : ) : : CANAL. bear in mind that the expenses of their session Plumb, of Kansas, in the tariff debate Experience has am demonstrated thatit To the Editor of the Mirror:

.* } I '. Our esteemed contemporary, the Union of amounting to more than one thousand gave a Massachusetts farmer's idea of is much easier to increase the efficiencyof WASHINGTON
.. ( t a school already established than to establish January 20, 1883.
: ] ..1 : the 21st, says, very truly, that the proposed dollars per day, 'are regarded as very oner- protection. I was talking," said he, "with a a new school. No institution can The Senate has been busy this week dis.

MrStf r; : Ii ,.., barge canal ought not to antagonize the ship ous by the tax-payers, and they can do no farmer from Massachusetts about this thing. be established in a day. It takes time to cussing the post-office appropriation .

r.: .' f canal. There is certainly no reason for any more acceptable thing for:their constituents'than He said he had as good a farm as there was bring any school to the knowledge and no- the bill for the relief of Ben bill and

\\.1. f. such antagonism. They are independent to push legislation with all reasonable in the old Bay State, and yet he said he tice period of the to convince people, and them it requires of its worth a longer and the tariff bill. Senator Edmunds Holliday, ,
by
*;i t.! I ; projects, having, it is true, as their common speed, and have as short :a session as possi- could barely make both ends meet, and he genuine merit. All this, too, in, addition to introduced a bill to provide for request

"" t object the opening up of water communication ble. Cut short all special legislation, pass complained to me that one of the reasons the time required for the erection of buildings appointment of a commission to the

.!. !, across our peninsula, but differing in general laws, and reduce their own expenses why he could not do so was because every- the purchase of furniture and apparatus the subject of investigate
'" railway transportation.
and the thousand little that
', things must Senator
I* i their purposes as to means and results Thel.t and they will receive commendation. thing else that surrounded him was so much-
*. be attended to before any effective work can Plumb moved to postpone the tariff bill

; : ship canal is intended to open a waterway ________________ protected that it simply took this difference be accomplished. We believe this tedious in order to proceed with the
R .i' ',: *: which laden with full shall delay can be altogether avoided and the post-office appropriation -
.: by ships cargoes between profit and loss in his calling, and bill. )Ir.
WHAT IS BEING DONE AT TAL- Sherman
f
VV best interests of Florida secured opposed the
our youth
from the Gulf Florida instead of ,
'ff : pass across left him a slim chance indeed from
i f very
liT- K-'B LAHASSEE. by using the Agricultural College Fund of motion, insisting that the tariff bill must be

:; t the long detour around the southern extremity The Legislature seems to need prompter year to year." this State to endow agricultural depart- pushed forward if it was to pass at all, and

1; !11: : {', of the peninsula. The House of Representatives on the 16th ments in the East and the West Florida said he would stand
it' committee work. Saturdays and Mondaysare by the Senator from
. i- The to be to the had Seminaries, two institutions of learningthat A
w. advantages gained commerce under discussion the bill regulating the
'"' practically lost days, many members, have been long established, are exten- Vermont (Mr. Morrill) in pressing it as
of the world by a ship canal are the removal of causes from the State courts to
: known and work in against all other
; going home or to Jacksonville or somewhereelse. sively are doing good business. Upon a vote the
t" V ) : shortening of the sea route and the avoidance the Federal courts. It will be seen by reference their respective spheres. Especially is this motion to
the
The committees need greater promptness postpone tariff bill was lost.
IrIf ,* : of true in regard to the Seminary at Gaines-
J a dangerous route. to* the proceedings that Mr. Bisbee
a
and to the work. Tuesday was a day of hand-shakin
\ ',' system push ville. Its reputation has already been es- : and
: The barge canal to a channel strenuously the bill and did not ;
opposed
; proposes open The ship canal bill was reported to the' tablished in the State, it has canvassed and congratulation in the Senate chamber, as
+- f: Inland coast navigation for the barges wish the jurisdiction of the Federal courts
Senate on Tuesday, and =after some discus occupied its special territory, and the tide five members received the news reelection.; .
' V k: which descend the Mississippi, laden with diminished, and the power of State courts of patronage has been flowing steadily in Harris
r -K sion postponed until Tuesday'next. Frye Ransom, Garland and Sauls-
. : this direction until the current has passedthe
grain and other products of the valley of increased.As .
: The bill creating a Commissioner of Agri- danger of ebb. To accomplish this bury were returned without a struggle. But
any
; i iA.;' the Mississippi, and after reaching the vicinity i- the bill is of special interest to our citizens -
' culture was also discussed and postponeduntil result: has required time and well-directed few Senators are found in their seats when
,I = of New Orleans to enable them to be in consequence of the abuses of effort, and the same outcome can never be
Thursday, and on that day ordered to the gavel falls these mornings,the 11 o'clock
:,y : ', : towed safely through the inlets and sounds i! the existing law, we give the full report secured in the absence of either of these rule little
too
a third reading. being just a previous for our
,. > which extend from the Mississippi along the of the action of the House from the necessary factors. The battle has been
,I The Democratic caucus nominated C. E. fought here, and the victory almost won. much overworked ((1)) statesmen. A called
' [ coast of Florida, and thence by a canal to Washington Post. It will be seen that Mr.
Give East Florida
its due
F Dyke, of the Floridian, for reelection as State Seminary propor- session of the Forty-eighth Congress seems
.' : the St. :Marls river and Cumberland Sound, Printer. Bisbee's views were overruled by a vote of tion of the agricultural fund and at once inevitable, unless it can proceed

:' ; t' there to be transhipped in large steamers or two to one. One thing can be said for Mr. will be put in successful operation the only more
: In the House a bill selling State lands to department to make that institution rapidly with the work before it. But thirty-
: ; : sail vessels for European ports. In other Bisbee-he is always consistent and has necessary
',
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: actual settlers at 25 cents per acre was passed. a useful and well-equipped Agricultural two more working days are left before its
: words to the barge transportation always advocated the
practically bring largest control and
This is a tub to the whale, and will hardly College. appointed expiration, and but few of the
: of the Mississippi and its tributaries jurisdiction of the Federal courts: Again, with regard to the course of study
I" work to the advantage of the people of the necessary for competent instruction in an appropriation bills have been passed. The

> i', to our Atlantic port. State. The bill amending the act regulating the agricultural institution. In the first place, Cabinet meetings have been well attended by
0
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x. The advantages of such removal of from State to Federal
an enterprise are causes
The bill for calling a Constitutional Con- certain fundamental branches of study are its members this week, most: of its sessions
-', I ;, obvious, and the cost is estimated at not courts-being the special order-was taken necessary to the effective study of any espe-
10 vention was under discussion on the 24th, up in the House yesterday and its provisions ,being given to considering the civil service
cial and in the second the
: over ten millions of dollars. Florida would subject ; place,
.. and was postponed for further debate until wefe explained by Mr. Culberson, of Texas. study of any especial subject, instead of ex- bill, which has now received the President's
',' I t. gain probably greater advantages from a He said that if it were adopted it would do
Thursday, when it was indefinitely postponed cluding other departments of learning, is'much signature. There is a great scramble for
',. barge canal than a ship canal and the one away with the necessity increasing in
any
'
aided
t. by them. In fact
an agricul-
,' by a vote of 42 to 30, eight Democrats manner the judicial force of the Govern- places on the civil service board, which are,
f might, by its success, practically demonstrate tural course embraces a much wider rangeof .
" : ''r: i the advantages of both. voting for indefinite postponement ment, as proposed by the Senate. The first topics than one would at first think nec- indeed,very desirable. Among the applicants

,: The Assembly Committee on Education change was to substitute $2,000 for $500 essary. An article in the educational col- is a colored ex-Congressman from South
We shall be benefited by the construction wherever those terms occurred in the act of
report in favor of establishing the asylumfor umn this week discusses forcibly and perti- Carolina. Since the passage of the civil
\; of either, and there is no antagonism in the 1875. This amendment would have the nently the branches of study that are
deaf mutes at Ocala iti the old seminary effect of making the minimum jurisdictionof ger- service bill the population of the adjoining
_, ;, two projects. The barge canal the bill for mane to broad and liberal agricultural train-
building. This, by-the-b'y, is a misnomer.It the Circuit courts $2,000 instead of $500, ing. Of course to undertake the whole cur- counties of Maryland and Virginia has been
; r., which has been introduced asks for littler and
is would'materially decrease the numberof riculum there outlined would time much increased Government -
not an asylum, but a school for deaf require by employes,
r' public aid in the way of lands,and only those cases on the dockets of those courts. The and far beyond the limits
; mutes that Senator Baker proposed estab- second change related to the money present who were heretofore credited to the Districtof
' r which it gives value to. assignees of and means of the youth as well as of the
lishing. No asylum is needed for this class promissory notes. By the judiciary acts of educational institutions of Florida, but, as Columbia, taking up their residence
: + p The success of the barge method of mov-
of persons, but a special School to give them 1789 the Circuit courts were denied jurisdiction suggested in the article itself, abbreviated therein, so that they may stand a better
; ing heavy freights has been fully and satisfactorily of all cases relating to the assignmentof
}: the advantages of education, which their courses of study of great value may be se- chance of being retained in office when the
'' f, demonstrated on the Mississippi, a promissory note and other cases inaction lected from the full curriculum.The .
,
.
" '' \ condition prevents their receiving in the unless the suit might have been apportionment according to States is made,
.:. r k" and the extension of their route to the Atlantic educational work now being carriedon
common schools. maintained had no assignment been made. at East Florida Seminary is work that as provided in the bill.
' r is thus
already made certain and
: pro- The bill to incorporate the European The lawjof 1875 gave theCircuiUcourts juris- must be done in the agricultural college Several Senators will fight the proposed
;: ,, [ fitable. diction over this class of cases, and this bill wherever established thatis
Steamship Company has gone to a third ; consequently reciprocity treaty with Mexico. They say
proposed to restore the law of 1789! in this
;,: : f: . : reading, and will doubtless be passed at an respect. cient agricultural school is to add to the it is one of Jay Gould's schemes to obtain
,: : lands in the great of the
, t swamp early day. We see no reason why there The next change proposed was to restrict courses already established the departments valuable grants and concessions from the
: w Okefenokee, Big Bay and San Pedro swamps the right to remove a cause from the Stateto
should be any delay in passing this bill, or especially required in an agricultural course, Mexican Government at the expense of
i" is of itself a matter of very great importance the Federal court, to the defendant. The Doing this will relieve the agricultural fund
the barge canal bill, as their provisions are most important change, however in American sugar growers and other American
was regard -
.<; : to Florida, and the construction of of the burden of sustaining an academic
', unobjectionable, and their objects of unquestionable to the jurisdiction in a suit between a department, and, therefore, the whole of it interests, Gould and his associates gettingall
the canal will furnish a ready market to the corporation and a citizen. There was no be in the of its United
utility and advantage to the can applied direction specialties the substance, and leaving the
;i of these reclaimed lands which higher duty devolving Congress than
products upon and thus the scope and efficiency of
State. States nothing but the shadow of advantage.
;. will enhance their value a hundred fold. that of lessening the power of corporations, each system will be enlarged. In other .I
,C' Very few bills of any: importance have which oppressed the people and consumed words the agricultural college will have a General Grant's presence in Washingtonhas

-- passed both houses, and they are now at the the time of the judicial departments of the better academic department than it possi- been the occasion of a social ovation.

f, THE PROPOSED LINE OF STEAMSHIPS Government until the burden was so greatas bly could have otherwise and the
i end of their fourth week.. Seminarywill Much dining and wining is in order, at
: t i to be tolerable. If that power could be have that it could not
r FROM: FLORIDA TO departments
which he hold
lessened lawfully and without shows an ability to his own
h injustice to otherwise sustain.In .
',', t EUROPE. THE BARGE CANAL.W. the corporations, and the interests of the view of all this, we think it undeniably quite worthy of his past reputation. His

V, 't' It would hardly seem necessary 'to state H. B., the able and, interesting corres- people promoted, it should be done. The true that the Agricultural College Fund business here ostensibly is to negotiate a

that the immense commerce of Pensacola pondent of the Savannah News, speaks thus bill proposed to take from the Circuit courts should be at once utilized ; that two agri- new treaty of commerce with Mexico, but

jurisdiction in any suit of a civil nature be-
cultural schools will do the work now nec-
has been for and is now, carried on and he has other and business.He .
., years clearly intelligently of the barge canal tween a corporation created or organized essary in Florida much more satisfactorilyand more important

S : with foreign countries through the export bill now pending in the Legislature : under the laws of any State and a citizen of fully than one ; and that these two says openly that he carne to the assist- ,

r" of the valuable timber which Florida has in There has lately been introduced a bill, any State in which such corporation, at the schools should be organized with the present ance of Fitz John Porter. But, strange to \

?, countless millions covering her vast do- which, as it vitally concerns the welfare, time been the cause of action business accrued, may have endowment and educational work of say, with his military record, his official and
carrying on any authorizedby the East and the West Florida Seminaries
both of State and ,
Florida
-
_, main. By making use of an Atlantic port special notice.your It is intended to, deserves the law creating it, except in cases aris- as now located; as a basis. political prestige, 'he has not succeeded in

.5 a" instead of a Gulf port, and employing commercial steamboat and barge canal from a point open on a ing under the copyright or patent laws, and influencing a single vote io the Senate. The

;, steamships for that purpose, the the Gulf coast of this State through the celebrated in like cases in which said courts are author- THE BARGE CANAL. ball has been set in motion again for bring-
ized to take original cognizance of suits be-
;1' voyage to Europe can be shortened from Okefenokee Swamp, to the headwaters tween citizens of the same State and Governor Drew, General Finley and oth- ing Grant out next year as a candidate for
of the St. Marys river. General Gill- ; charter of the
: the usual time taken by sailing vessels from estimates the prohibited any such suit between a ers are asking a Legislaturefor the Presidency. The basis of his elegibilityis
more cost of the work at $10- a steamboat and barge canal across the
'' the Gulf to Europe at least two-thirds. 000,000, and surveys show that the summit State corporation and a citizen or citizens of a State of Florida, to connect with a similar readily explained by his special friends.

i: The use of steam as an auxiliary power is level of the contemplated canal is 117 feet from being inwhich removed it may into be doing Circuit business:court canal through the Okefenokee Swamp, in The sources of his strength are many, and
a above tide water in the St. Marys. The vast any Georgia to the waters of theSt. river.
Marys
fast into the oft while be
entering general operations of the United States except in like cases in some may regarded as unpopular
and mysterious swamp, whose surplus wat- This canal has been discussed for a number
t : commerce, and although hitherto sail ves- both which such removal is authorized in suits others are thought to have elements of
ers empty into the Gulf and Atlantic, between of years, and is intended to open up a safe
citizens of the
sels have been more generally employed in contains nearly a million acres of land, same State. inland waterway for steamboats and barges strength for a political purpose. When reminded -

t carrying lumber, the experiment already inaugurated much of which is said to be of wonderful The Committee on Judiciary recommendedan from the Mississippi river to the Atlantic that a Blaine combination defeatedthe
' fertility, about a fourth of which is em- amendment striking out the words ocean. The design is to make use of the
? &! of such vessels as the Louis Bucki braced in Florida. created or organized under the laws of any natural bays and rivers along the coast, so third-term conspiracy at Chicago,Grant'smanipulators

vessels! carrying The projected enterprise, when completed, State" so as to make the legislation apply that very little cutting, in proportion to the smile and say: Why Blaine

, cross-ties demonstrate the economical, appli- would reclaim this vast area, the value of to corporations created under acts of Con- length of the canal, will be required. Gen- is as dead a duck as Conkling ; his faith is in

{ cability of steamships in the lumber trade. which would meet the cost construction, gress. The bill also proposed to repeal eral Gillmore has surveyed the route, and money as the mainspring of power; he be-
besides making a magnificent highway for section 640 of the Revised Statutes, which estimated the cost of the said canal across
The naval stores and lumber produced on commerce and a cheap outlet for the pro- provides that whenever a suit is brought in Florida at about 10000000. He finds, also, longs to the capitalists, who back us, and his

the lines of railway having their terminus ducts of the immense Mississippi valley. a State court against a corporation other that the waters that collect in the Okefenokee pocket necessities will compel him to com-

;: at Fernandina. will furnish ample outward There is a natural lank-locked passage way than a banking corporation created underan Swamp will be sufficient to supply the bine with us." Mr. Blaine is now in his
between the Gulf terminus of the canal, act of Congress, the corporation may remove summit level of the canal, which is about
_. freights for the proposed steamship line. along the line of coast to the mouth of the the cause to the Circuit court on an 117 feet above tide-water on the St. Marys new palatial home, but has not yet enter-

.; V"V As' to inward freights the prospect of Father of Waters, and the immense pro- application which shall set out that its defense river. This vast swamp contains about 800- tained. His house cannot be put in com-

:' ,'\ course, is not as good, but by transhipment ducts of the great region lying along its arises under the laws or the Constitu- 000 acres of land, three-fourths of it in Geor- plete order before spring. He leads a quiet

: y..'.. across to Cedar Key via railroad, or direct to banks would, T>y means of this canal, find tion of the United States. gia and one-fourth in Florida. If drained, life, and his friends speak of physical diffi-
quick, safe and easy transportation to the Mr. Humphrey, of Wisconsin, said that as it would be by the canal it would be-
, .,: t New Orleans by the line of railroads now or Atlantic at a very reasonable expense. The one of the objects of the bill was to preventa come among the best agricultural lands in culties, which have! long been threatening.He .

' : : nearly completed from the Atlantic to Pen- visible benefits of such a work are enormous plaintiff dragging a defendant into a State the Union, rivaling in fertility the best Mississippi figured prominently at the President's
t and need not be recapitulated.There I court and then dragging him into a Federal bottoms. These lands alone wouldgo
, : sacola, Mobile and New Orleans. It would reception on NemYear's day, but he never
i need not be conflict whatever court, but it did not deprive the plaintiff of far towards paying for the cost of
be to the interest of the line to any very to the Capitol l and is rarely) the
: new encour- his of selecting his forum. He goes seen on
with this enterprise and that of the ship power was the work, and the benefit Florida and to
5 ".: age such a trade, and to offer large inducements canal projected across the peninsula. The in favor of repealing section 640of the Re- Georgia of bringing such a vast body of fer- avenue.. Five years ago his slightest movement ,f'

'I for such traffic. first is designed more especially for domestic vised Statutes, so as to place corporations tile lands under cultivation would be incal- was scrutinized and watched. Now,

: :;:.'I Indeed, it might be made a com etetive'i purposes, and would scarcely be used except created in any one of the States on the same culable. The Legislature could very well only his personal friends'seem interested in
by vessels carrying our national flag, footing as'any citizen and when they had afford to grant the charter asked, and half,
f line to the Pacific States. As these vessels while the other designed for the commerceof chosen their forum they should be bound or even more than half, of the lands reclaimed him. His hair is whiter, and his figure

,I'; :: t: would, perhaps, otherwise come in ballast, the world, and would be used by ships of by it. He was opposed to the proposed to the company for completing the rounder of late, but he steps vigorously,

," they could well afford to arrange cheaper the heaviest draft and tonnage. Both are amendment because it took away from the work. If by giving them all the lands reclaimed grasps the hand firmly, and to an uncriticaleye
greatly needed, and both will tend to an Circuit courts original jurisdiction of suits the work could be secured, it wouldbe
::: to i freight rates for such a through traffic than unprecedented degree to develop our coun- of a civil nature between corporations created a good thing to do it. his physical powers are yet intact.

'I' i V via New York. try, add to her resources, and promote her by act of Congress and a citizen of any State. But this barge canal ought not to be allowed This atrocious weather has not influencedthe
: '
. ti ': ,We have no doubt that a steamship prosperity. Generals Joseph E. Johnstonand Without that amendment the proposed act to interfere with or antagonize the attendance at receptions, which has been
a
i4, : ;, commercial line to Europe from this port Lafayette McLaws, Joseph Shepard, of would be productive of great good. ship canal, a charter for which is now pending good, showing no diminution of interest in
Georgia, and others, are the incoporators of! Mr. Moulton, of Illinois, made an argu- before the Legislature. It is true, the
:, :'r> will prove profitable and successful. that portion of the canal lying in Georgia, ment in favor of the bill. ship canal will cost from thirty to fifty millions social business, which is, next to politics,

i' while ex-Gov. George F. Drew, Gen. J. J. Mr. Bisbee, of Florida, opposed the bill, of dollars, but only a ship canal will the chief industry of Washington. The

i ,;- i r TRIVIAL LEGISLATION. Finley and Major George R. Fairbanks will believing that the great majority of litigantswere meet the wants of commerce and give to ladies of the Cabinet held their regular receptions -
; in favor of the law and did not
represent the Florida portion. present Florida all the advantages which her
, We to the pecu- with the of Mrs.Lincoln,
regret see in exception
., p t large space the want the jurisdiction of the Federal courts liar geographical position should bring. A

legislative records occupied by trivial and THE PUBLIC PRINTER.The diminish, and the power of the State company of capitalists ask a charter, and who is mourning for her motherinlaw.The .

k unimportant objects. If children's names election of Mr. Dyke as State Printer : courts i reased. The measure, in his say they stand ready to commence and finish -
opinion would multiply the evils of litiga- the work in a reasonable time. If we appalling loss of life in recent rail-
k cannot be
changed without an act of the is a recognition of the fitness of the
proper tion. The amendment statedin
proposed as
.. can then secure this best and greatest work, way, steamship and hotel conflagrations and
.. Legislature, or people adopt children without Floridian office to do the public printing. It Mr. Culberson's remarks, was rejected, one which will be of incalculable benefit to collisions has set the inventors of the coun"

.' the [Governor's the and the bill was then passed-yeas, 1S4 ; the State and
,, 4'J approval, sooner requires no small outlay to provide the nec- especially to the peninsula

k: general laws are enacted for this purpose sary plant for that class: work, and it is nays, 67. _____________ portion of it, by granting to the capitalistswho try at work to devise remedies or pre"entions -
.".' stand ready to build it a liberal char- for a class of perils which were never
:V' the better. essential that it should be done with
system The once famous William and Mary Col- ter all
by means let it be done. If we can before so extensive or so fatal. Somethingmore
The Legislature is evidently) composed of and uniformity. The Floridian office has lege, at Williamsburg, Va., the alma mater get both these great works across the State is wanted than fire-escapes and life-

a painstaking and industrious body of men, shown its capacity for doing the public of Jefferson, Marshall, Monroe and Ran- completed, so much the better ; but if we and
but they are new to the work of are to have but one, let it be the ship canal, preservers. Hotels, theatres, factories
work well and
legislation, we are glad that the Legislature dolph, had'only one student last year, and
I for from it the State will reap by far thegreatest tenement houses should be constructed so as
and with the best intentions the work drags has so regarded it. is now closed. benefit.-Jacksomflle Daily Union. I I to be practically fire-proof.

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THE FLORIDA CANAL AND TIlE ship canal connecting the waters of the St. Real Estate. FALL 1s2. FALL 18S2.
J. & X. KYDDI'
OKEFENOKEE.Tothe Mary's river, on the Atlantic, with those of
the Suwanee, on the Gulf of Mexico, and the
Editor of the Mirror: survey proved both conclusively, estimatingthe s ft]
As a contribution to the mass of valuable entire cost of such a canal at less.than \ 02 w.
information which has appeared from timeto $10,000,000, while a ship canal across the J. & T\ KYDD g

has
other
peninsulaof Florida at any point 4
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time in your columns, and as especially never been estimated at less than$40,000,000.The :; .:

interesting at the present, when the atten- projected barge canal, which is also designed < ,-<.. O Have and are weekly receiving their immense Fall Stock of J

tion of our Legislature and citizens is called, to utilize the inland coast waters of ,, -.. o '
4 "
the Gulf from the Bay of the St. Marks west-
for the last time, to decide as to the .. .
we hope ward to the mouth of the Mississippi river, }
most practical and, in its general aspects, the is considered amply sufficient to drain the THE FLORIDA SILKS, BROCADES, | DRESS GOODS, I IT

most beneficial canal project, the sub- 600,000 acres of the Okefenokee lying in the 0 NE
article from a thoroughly independent State of Georgia and about 200,000 acres in
joined well-informed contributor to the the State of Florida. It may be remarked inconclusion' OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY FANCY GOODS, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, 0 '
and T
that the consummation of this
: Savannah Morning Newt will prove, no project would completely open up to settle | 0

doubt interesting to all your readers. It ment, agriculture and commence a vast and
now almost impenetratable and uninhabitable ; HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES
*' middle section of the work"deals Fernandina, -
with the region, abounding in dense forests of -. .itB

and shows, independent of the magnificentwater timber and valuable lands that can in no Towns on R. R. Line A' -
supply" fora summit level" afforded other way be rendered accessible to the pub-
by the area of the Okefenokee estimated at lic.-Savannah New And Cedar Key. Q Trunks, Valises, Blankets and Comfortables.HOUSEKEEPING i

,;\ somewhat over six hundred square miles, WHAT SHOULD BE TAUGHT IN

with other collateral drainages of over 300, PUBLIC SCHOOLS. -

t amounting in all to nine hundred and fifty One of the most interesting passages in Gov.Butler's H
Offers to Lessees' and Purchasers'large : GOODS
mite,, that the line of the steamboatand inaugural to the Massachusetts Leg- .
square that in which he defines what ,
canal, as laid down in GeneralGillmore's islature was number of the most-eligible,and desirable .
barge the to which
l' he regards as legitimate uses W
report, will, by draining the sur- the common school fund can be put. He Lots, suitable for Business Purposes?or foi. .H A full and complete stock at VERY LOW FIGURES.CLOTHINGICLOTHING. m i

plus waters, restore to- the arable areas of thinks that too much is attempted in the : ," *' ,.0', "
of Florida and Georgia some 800- way of what is called "the higher educa- City or Suburban Residences, 'lU j. : ,
the States tion," and that the curriculum of studies is : .t. .
000 acres of the most valuable lands, (partsof directed toward no practical end.U Our I1** *!

it now covered with a growth of magnificent school money" he says, .'is diverted from UPON EASY TERMS. g ,,1 *
whom it does to the few ; t 4
timber, and the balance adapted for the the many to belong
to whom it does not belong;" and he urges .
production of semi-tropical fruits and vege- the Legislature to put an end to such per- A large and handsome stock of latest styles, -
tables on a scale of profit, (see the means version of the money raised for schools.He Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to 00 o

of cheap transportation), and desirable as to says: Restrict the branches taughtin
healthful location, (see the sanitary statisticsin the primary schools by law specifically to parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- A From LOW-PRICED to FINE Goods.
spelling, reading, writing, grammar, arith- O
the Government report,,) such as it is im metic, geography, history-preferably of the rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- o

possible combine elsewhere. Contrast with this United States-and require that those shall substantial o M7c .

state ofthin ,and the great collateral advantages be taught upon the same system, to the erty purchased improvementsfor Orders by mail receive prompt attention, and carefully filled by M
of schools in
secured to both the projectors and same school grade in the Commonwealth., every When common the residence, or in which to conduct their M ,t

shareholders (as well as the general public), scholar can show by an examination that business. H
or. cue F.y"JD: :
by the adoption of the steamboat and barge he is well grounded in the elementary Eng- ,

route and the uncomputable cost and dangers lish branches, then let him be admitted to a INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
school cf grade where line drawingfor
I higher ,
incidental to the attempt to engineer a ship industrial purposes shall be taught, by exemption for a term of.years from New York Office, 83 Walker Street, } FEUiSDHA, FL RID.\.

canal (with a depth of 25 feet and a widthof book-keeping, algebra, geometry, the rudi
such elevation as will haveto ments of the Latin and French languages, taxation, offered by the several cities and
200)) over an chemistry, physics, with natural philosophyin FALL 1882. J. KYDD FALL 1882.F.
Trail 200 | & X. I .
be encountered at Ridge, say rudimental degree, and there a common towns. Apply to 't. .

feet, and that not through a section of tena- school education should stop." CHAS. W. LEWIS,

cious earth or rock formation, but one so Taking these suggestions as a text, the C.
their Office cor.Beach &7th sts.,Fernandina. W. MUMBY. J. X. STOCKTON. R. D. KNIGllT.MU1iBY .
New York Suiamplifiesand emphasizes
in that the construction -
abounding quicksands point.&I ," says the Sun, the peo- STOCKTON &. KNIGHT.The
; of the Transit Railroad was seriously ple are so willing to expend money on free ", ., .
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interfered with, and a deviation of several education, quacks, theorists and various interested .
individuals have been gradually extending -
miles rendered necessary to procure any- retail in the Southern
the course of instruction, so that it The largest stock at wholesale and States.

thing like a stable foundation for even a is no longer confined to the elementary CROCKERY CHINA AND GLASS-WARE. /
railway track. branches required by the few. The conse- ,

In conclusion, if we assume what, under quence has been an extravagant increase in ... Lamps, Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods,Wood and

I the circumstances, we are free to confess is the appropriations, the cost: for tuition in Willow-Ware, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc. .,,;x
the additions and of keeping col-
fancy up SOLE STATE AGENTS FOR THE MONITOR OIL STOVES f '
a bold and almost: unwarrantable assump- leges set up in pursuance of the extension 4' ;
tion, that a ship canal could be successfully being far greater than that for ordinary Dinner Sets, $15 to$75; Tea Sets, $4 to$35; Chamber Sets, $3 25 to$25; Parlor Lamps I 1
commencing some Jive m from common school education. The number of $125 to $15; Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $150 to $8. Table Cut'-r)', Plated u
engineered, teachers has been multiplied, and high-sal J. H. PRESCOTT Ware, Tea Trays, Coffee Urns, Pots, etc. Special inducements to the trade; alsd to hotels <
the sJwre on the Gulf coast through the aried professors have been employed insteadof Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY, STOCKTON & KNIGHT, '
shoals of the Suwanee, and over the treach- teachers at moderate pay." It thinks 48 No. 13 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, }L.\. t,

erous "sinks" and ."quicksands of Trail that if the State is to provide money for I

Ridge and the adjacent country, to what. any instruction beyond that which is elementary /a DEALER
'
and essential: to every child, the S. B. HUBBARD & CO. I
i commercial, practical purpose would all ,
extra. sum should be expended, not on col- .
such skill and expense lead? Surely no un- leges and Latin schools but on industrial ';. 'IN -, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, '
prejudiced person(professional or civil) schools, where the many can get that prac- :
ticial which they to actualuse AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
training can put TTTHOLESALE
for moment l li lt between the two
could, a "
in their One hundred
earning living. Hardware, Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils,
opinions as to the best harbor or rendezvous" boys and girls," it says, want this practicalsort

for the enormous commerce which of instruction, where one scholar wants :&*PUMPS, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, SUGAR MILLS, RUBBER AND LEATHER ,, J f ;
concentrated this canal.If the classics and mathematics of the high .
will be by
school and college." BELTING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, PLUMBING AND TINSMITHING.
there be any such, let him visit the St. These eminently sound suggestions have JIiir HAZARD'S POWDER, BARBED FENCE WIRE. 42-tjanl
Johns and its collapsing bar at the mouthof pertinency not only Massachusetts and

the one route, and the magnificent road- New York, but for every State in which pub- .
lic money is expended for free education. It Ladies, River and Ocean Steamboats.
stead bar and harbor offered already to ship-
is a well-known fact that public school instruction "
ping drawing 18 feet, and rapidly I being in the South is of a much more Misses',

adapted for those drawing 24, at the conflu- practical character than in the North ; but Children'sand MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !
ence of the Amelia and St. Marys rivers at there is a constant tendency everywhere to Infants'
make the public schools do the whole work ,
Fernandina, and we have no fear for the re- of education for rich and poor alike. This Men's,

suit; or that in the plentitnde of its wisdomour leads insidiously to the addition of "ad- Boys'
when the fran- vanced" studies and accomplishments and Youths', .
Legislature, bestowing ;
and when these introduced AND NEW YORK.
are they are sure FLORIDA
chise sought for by the promoters of Gen- .
to be more attended to by both teachers and
eral Gillmore's steamboat and barge canal, pupils than the dreary grind of primary FINE I. h y
will embody not only the wishes and senti- work.
ments of but also the The State should see that all its childrenare
our people, emphasize
thoroughly grounded in the "three SE"VVEJ'Pu :
truth and equity of the adage: Palman qui R's," and that they acquire a reasonably fa-

merttit ferat. A. C. miliar acquaintance with the essential facts

St. Marys, Ga., January 24, 1883. of history, geography and grammar. Anything tto an aah G lhra Lc nm ;
beyond that should be acquired at ,
private expense.- Jacksonville Daily Times.
TIlE OKEFENOKEE SWAMP. AND

A recent visitor to the Dismal Swamp in According to the Berlin Berichte, the Rus- .H. -
';' Virginia writes that he found it much reduced sian petroleums have a greater illuminatingpower
; in extent compared to what it was than the American by ten per cent. 1SI4PERS I
twenty years ago, and now presenting to Their specific gravity is higher, but they are +-M-+- ,
cultivation some of the best farming lands more rapidly absorbed by the wick.

: in the State. This reminds us that Georgiaand Embracing New and Popular
Florida are the joint owners of one of
these elephants in our own euphonious Oke- -. j
fenokee. which is likely to receive similar
ai'a'YLFSNISHING
i attention before many more decades. Oke-
-THE FINE STEAMSHIPS--
fenokee swamp, so called, according to the

,, survey of General Q. A. Gillmcre, contains n CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1GSO TONS.
1 about eight hundred thousand acres of land, '
much of it in open prairies covered with tAUOyrOYAL GENTS' PU STATE OF TEJ3LA.S, 1,542 TONS.

; shallow water lying upon a soil surface from H 7i1 CARONDELET, .1, 08 TONS. .
eight to ten feet deep in decayed vegetable ANDNEW
matter. When it is considered that the same .: nR"t7J3:8EE WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.

survey shows the swamp to be situated on : : : d 00aS., "i I
a summit or ridge one hundred and seventeen
feet above tide-water on the St. Mary's riverat TIIE ST RE.",
a point only about ten miles distant, and
that two rivers flow out of the swamp in opposite ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK., !
directions, we may well look forwardto III ::s W. F. WOOD,.Jr., Ij I- SC
the time when enterprise shall invade

two these rivers now,gloomy which! already regions form, dredge a connectingwater out these > {j Proprietor, }} :]EJC

way between the Atlantic and Gulf of of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
Mexico across the Peninsula of Florida, > Cr > ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- :
empty that vast basin into a navigable barge sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
canal, as nature designed,and reclaim to the New
between Fernandina and
Line Transfers
This having no
agriculture of the two States :a: ,
: the finest
bodyof 4K16POWDER York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
accessible truck lands
farming in the
South. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.

It has been shown that Okefenokee was s s The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-

once an open clear wat.er lake, partially filled ANDS PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
up in the course of time, and having now connections at FERNANDINA FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
only about seven feet of water as its greatest Sr ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the.ST. .
averagedepth. JOHNS OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRA SITRAIJ..HOAD

Within its area are many large islands that :EIc for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
I do not overflow some of them high hammock PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor

lands, covered like the outer borders of the Absolutely Pure. LAKE WEIR.
swamp, with fine forests of valuable timber > C>
while the entire region affords perennial POWDER never varies. A marvel TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
pasturage for the hundreds of cattle owned THIS purity,strength and wholesomeness.More .
bv the settlers in the neighborhood. The economical than the ordinary kinds, O j Fernandina, ( E] freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to ,

object of General Gillmore's survey alludedto and cannot be sold in competition with the f R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, ,
was to settle the mooted point as to multitude of low test,short weight' alum or :B <| Cor. Centre &Third. [ S FERNANDINA FLORIDA. s
whether Okefenokee swamp or lake would phosphate powders. Sold only in cant. '- '
supply a sufficient uantity of water to feed ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., C. H. MALLORY & CO., 51THE
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.J' j'' ,1.,",- ''< ORANGE CULTURE. the orange grower. His trees are made more I 'GENERAL DIRECTORY. '

r :; : In consideration that many valuable treatises hardy, his fruit of better flavor, and "getting BAKER COU>TY. I Assessor of 7a.'Thom.:: Barco, Cotton

t. :'] : ,: have been published on orange culture, below the frost line" in Florida means get- United States Officers. County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant.

"t y'. it seem egotistical on part to attempt ting below the best section for successful orange Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Revenue-Frederick X
may my Foy
LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon Sanderson. Ocala. ,
culture the statistics of the ,
:' t.' :,; any addition. Yet the enterprise is attaining as industryof
t '. ,\ : such large proportions and the interest the State will show.-/ ,F. Tenny in Putnam Register L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schooh-K' C. Martin
derson. Fort ,
Journal.CHEMISTRY Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville. McCoy.
i in the business is of such a general character county ,
:5h I I
: r k; : that a'few words in regard to the industry Sun'cvoT-Geueral-\Ialachi, Talla- Sanderson.. Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY.

(" 4.:" h <' from me may be acceptable to your many OF THE PART AND hassee.: Superintendent Schools County Judge-ClIas. S. Baron, Key West
of A. J. W.
DISTRICT COURT. Cobb, Clerk-Peter T. 0
:i. '. .: i ; ; readers. GARDEN. ., Olustee. Knight Key West.
lJ ::'" : We presume it is generally known that the Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West
,r .;ti:: f : proper" orange be t" of Florida, so-called, Dr. B. D. Halsted gives some valuable facts Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville.Clerk BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor f Ta.res-Walter Baloney

:, "fj". extends south from a line drawn nearly in agricultural chemistry in the American -Philip Walter, Jacksonville.IXTERS.U. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Kev ,V e t. jr..

;if J ( through the middle of the State from east to Agriculturist for February, from which we Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. thlleetor "of Ret'enue-'Yalter C.
..J"I: i .i' west. True, oranges can be grown north of clip the following: REVEXUE.Collector Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr. Key est. Maloney 0

'! '" this imaginary line, but not at profit, as the About half the weight of the dry substanceof -Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville; Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris .

:'I Ji liabilities to cold are too great, it being nothing ordinary plants consists of carbon. This COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. 'Vest. ,bed.NASSAU
It. \, '", unusual receive cold in : element, when in a free state, is a solid. It Collector of Revenue
't. : .. to severe snaps John W. Howell, Fernandina. -Bunberry Haynes, COUNTY.:
:" ; j .: the northern section that will destroy the is familiar to us as charcoal, anthracite coal, Edward Santa Fe.Superintendent. ,County
t Hopkins, Jacksonville.John Judge-Hinton J. Baker
black-lead lamp-black and diamond. The ; .
FernanU1H&
t r'. ripening fruit. This phenomena is of rarer i F. House, St. Augustine. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, -
; ', i of carbon in plants is made known
in the southern of presence Starke.
: occurrence more portion Joseph Hirst. Cedar Key. Clerk-J. A. Edwards
Fernandina.
" '.", f. the State, which renders the cultivation of by a process of incomplete burning,as in the BREVARD COUNTY. Sherijf-Peter Cone

;;. 1/. 1 :: the orange, lemon, lime and all other varieties preparation of charcoal. Carbon, in its pure County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Tcues-"m., Fernandina.IL
and uncombined forms, is indestructible Garland
.
"i : of the citrus family as safe an undertaking very State Officers. Point. Fernandma. -

\\'f(I". a t, as that of any other agricultural or hor- excepting when exposed to a high heat, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warreri
I' then it combines with and forms F. Scott Fer-
,
, oxygen .
ticultural 'Tis true that the business -
,
pursuit. nandina.
. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses Geor-
GOL'ernor-"m. D. Bloxham Tallahassee. ,
carbonic acid This is the familiar ,
.. has its drawbacks like all other labor gas. gas -
: ,
t gianna. Superintendent "
, of the soda water fountains. It is Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel of Schools-" .A. :Mahoney ..
producedby
'' his hands and it .
:y ( '.' a to which man may put maybe Key" est. Collector of Ret'enue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Callahan. ,
vegetation, given off in the
.\ l possible that a few would-be orange growers decaying Secretary of State-John L. Crawford Tal- lando, Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE:
COUNTY.
breath of animals, and i is the deadly chokedamp ,
have met with disappointment and -
, ; partial
Schools-A.
of La
J lahassee Grady
County
0 failure, yet the general results have been i : of coal mines. Carbonic acid gas Grange. Judge-Y. L. Summer, Orlando,
: Comptroller-W. D. Barnes Tallahassee. Clerk-J. P.
forms on an about four-hundredths Hughey Orlando.
thus far very gratifying and the orange average, CLAY COUNTY. olT
, : f growers of Florida may be set down as a of one per cent. of the atmosphere. The Treasurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.
t class who receive ample reward carbon necessary for the production of the Attor-ney-General-George P. Raney, Talla County Judge-J. T.- Copeland, Orange Assessor of J"Jw-Janiei':: :\I. Owens Fort
prosperous
; hassee. Park. Reid J."Ja. '
,
'. for their labor. annual growth of vegetation is derived from
.'f So much has been said and written as to the carbonic acid gas of the atmosphere. Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove Collector of flemi e-Richard H. Marks

w'' the best soil and localities for the orange tree The supply of this gas to the air is constantly Tallahassee. Springs. Sanford. '

; I : with so wide a divergence of opinion in regard kept up by the decay and burning of plants.In Foster Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks

. x : I, t'', to the subject, that a stranger may find this way the same particles of carbon rallahassee.AcljutantGeneralJ.E.. Springs. Fort Reid. Y
r himself confused b)'the conflicting statements may be taken up by a vegetable, and, afterit Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY.:

'. and rate us all as arrant knaves:! and liars, has decayed, pass into the structure of a OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Rc/"enue-'Vm. S. Plummer, I Judge of Probate-ll. Harrison, Palatka.
wholly past belief or a shadow of credence. second plant, and so on through an endless Commissioner. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Maxville. Clerk-"". F. Forward, Palt\tka.

i Bnt the great divergenceofopinions} is founded number of ages. The carbonic acid gas Superintendent of Schools-&. F. Geiger, Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
: F. upon the wonderful capacity of the orange enters the leaves through multitudes of I Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor 3. E. Timmons.

k ; tree to adapt itself to almost any condition small openings, called stomata, or breathingpores. Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Ret'Clwe-Joseph Price.

., ., !: of soil or location. Even the poor The microscope discloses more thana Building, Jacksonville. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools J. W.
sand ridges of Florida-so poor that no other hundred thousand of these pores upon a SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Strickland. ,

vegetation will be attempted to be grown single square inch of leaf surface. Only the Chief Justice--E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.

". thereon, will produce with proper cultivation green portion of the leaves, and under the Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers:Lake City. County Judge W. H. Parker, Perry.

I I' tolerable orchards, while they can influence of sunlight, have the power of decomposing see.Associate Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas O teen, Perry.

.... be grown on the low pine lands, in the the carbonic acid gas, reservingthe Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

,j swamps and rich hammock, with equal or carbon to produce organic compounds, Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J.
Franklin
better success. Such another wonderful tree to become a part of the plant, while the Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.

is not known, and the various writers oxygen set free passes again into the atmos j County Treasurer
may D. S. Sutton
CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge-William A. :McLean Jack- Perry.
phere. There plants that have no ,
are some
be excused, when treating of its cultivation, sonville. County Sun.'eyor-D. N. Cox
chlorophyl or leaf and such are not First Circuit-Augustus Maxwell, Pen- Perry.
" ., of indulging in superlative theories, and green Clerk-Thomas Collector of Ret't'1tue-J. B.
E. Buckman Hardee.
sacola. Jacksonville.
,I which well able to decompose carbonic acid. They are Perry.
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wonderful generalities, might Assessor of Taxes
Second Circuit-David S. Walker Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. S. II. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
Ta ahas-
cause the author of Aladdin to blush with called parasites, and absorb the carbon they ,
very shame for his lack of imagination and need in the form of organic compounds that see.Third ville.Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY.
have been in the leaves of Circuit-E. J. Vann :Madison. County Judge 31. R.
powers of description. Yet, the general produced green Collector Cooper, St. Au ns-
principles of agriculture apply with equal true working plants. Fourth Circuit-James. Baker, Jackson- Jacksonville.of Rc"enueIoses J. Brown, tine.

'.., force to the orange tree as well as to all other /I ------ ville.Fifth Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
Circuit-James B. DaVkins Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus-
A Very Good Thing Gaines- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez St.
., products, and he who'attempts any miraculous I ville. sell Jacksonville, Augustine -
method of cultivation is bound to reap To have in every home, by everybody, old I Sixth Circuit 11.'L. :Mitchell Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St.
disappointment and disaster. and young, in the country or village, and in Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.
," consideration for the condensed information Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County J. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias
, ( t The most important cities as well. A marvel of Judge-Henry Stewart, Jasper. ,
,.''. : I, new comer is the soil and location. The orange both useful trustworthy, witha Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. St. Augustine.

,..1 "I, tree is a rank feeder, and if not plantedout Thousand or more Engravings, illustrating Court Calendar. Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,

on rich virgin soil, the proper tree food labor-saving methods and devices in the FIRST CIRCUIT. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. St. Augustine. *

,. ,ii must be supplied by artificial and expensive Field, in the Garden, and in the Household, Fall Term- Collector of R 'enue-'V. H. H. :McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY.

55 I means. At the present time the State is so Animals, Plants, etc.-with many large Santa Rosa, Monday in October. /Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg,
thinly settled that the immigrant can select beautiful Pictures ; Illustrated Stories for and Walton, 4th Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Roberts Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.

;' his location almost at will, and in doing InstructveTallA! with Boys and Girls ; Plansof Holmes,:2d Wednesday after 4th Monday i Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.

so will find it greatly to his advantage to settle Houses, Barns and Out-buildings, with in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall. Webster.

near some reliable means of transportation Specifications All these, and much more, 2d Collector of Rel.'t'1tlle-J. R. G. Hamilton
Washington, Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson Brooks- ,
such as a railroad or some navigable will be found in the 42d Volume of the in October. ville. Sumteryille.

.,. stream, whose numbers are reckoned by the American Agriculturist, now beginning, and Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
hundreds. at less cost than anywhere else in the world. October. Sumterville.

Oranges are heavy freight., the ordinary Its exposures of Humbugs, a most valuable Escambia, Monday in December. Sheriff-J.Assessor Taxes-Frank Mickler, Brooksville. SUWANEE COUNTY.
of
box weighing fully eighty pounds, and when feature is to be pushed with increased il- E.Saxon,Brooks-
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live
a of one thousand trees comes into To the previous staff of editors and Oak.
grove ance. 10 1879 and does
not change the Collector of RC'enueF. M. Townsend
bearing, the freight of its product is an item contributors many additions are now made, Spring Term. Brooksville. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.

of no mean proportions, and should be considered including the best writers all over the coun- THIRD cd. CUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher Sheriff-John I:. Sessions, Live Oak.
,
at the start. try. In its prime, this journal entered its Spring Term- Fort Dade. Assessor of Taxes W. II. Sessions, Wei- '

.. In selecting trees for the new grove, I 42d volume, more vigorous than ever, with Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in born.
would recommend sweet seedlings, three or new writers, new artists, new dress, etc. April. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Hubert F. Allison F_,

four years old these can be budded, if the Though prepared at larger expense than Madison, Monday in April. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak. tr

u, / owner desires, as readily as can the sour most $3 and $4 magazines, it is, owing to its Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Clerk Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-.!. 0. C. Jones

f stumps that some recommend. A native or i immense circulation, supplied, postpaid, Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak.
sour tree is no more hardy than the sweet for $1.50 a year, and less to clubs-either in April. Assessor of Taxes S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.Cmmtl.TltllgeJamcs .

f', stalk and no more liable to disease, although English or German edition. Single numbers, Columbia, Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Ret'enue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa. 11.
i' it is so considered by some writers who evidently 15 cents. One specimen post-paid, 6 cents.A in April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson prise. Chandler, Enter-

I' \' base their statement upon theory that plate copy of Dl1pr 's last great painting, Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday Tampa. Clerk:-John W. Dickins
: f has no manner of fact to sustain it. In setting IN THE MEADOW," is presented to each in April. JEFFERSON. Sheriff-W. A. Cone Enterprise.

r.'t l the trees never dig a hole in which to yearly subscriber.! Address Publishers of Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John, Enterprise.Anderson ,

)' place them, but make up a hill five or six American Agriculturist, 751 Broadway. New Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise. Enter-

I : ; inches above the level ground, take care to York. October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Rc/'oenue-John 15. Jordan De-
,
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p. perfectly pulverize all the clods and remove Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land.
all chips and pieces of pine roots, as these
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A.
'' chips and roots afford an inviting harbor for E ES ESPECIALLY FOR THESOUTH Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer:...W. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise. Cranshaw
:. wood lice or white ants, which will in time in October. ticello.
WAKULLA COUNTY.
infest the trees and destroy them. Select Improved COTTON.CItAIN Columbia, Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Rc/"enue-Joseph Palmer, :Mon- County Judye-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
,
hills GKAPKKS.
such time as the are moist with rain ticello.
ll VEGETAHLL. October. Shertf-\\\. Walker, Crawfordville.
I water and set the trees, doing so a little I, Vearethelarp- Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wan- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
above the surface of the ground and CSt fanners,seed
t your h !l in October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools W. T.
were and wed Duval
is started labor
1 j grove -your just commenced. nnywliere 'FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. (Crawfordville.
In the after cultivation must remember
heme
'I' that trees are surface you rooted for although have trr 'alCKt Spring Term- County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw-
your ,
'.I have facilities fur St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. fordville.
tree
an orange may a tap / i BEETtLLDi
root," nature has so constituted that single {r = Grainvnd farm Clay, 4th Tuesday in Iarch. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. Collector of Rel.'enue-'V. H. Walker,Craw-
1'\ M s .. tSeedeJrannal- Bradford: 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools J.C.Ramsey,New ford vill e.Assessor.
root that you can do but little with it only 'y, mot history, descriptions
Troy. Tares-C.. R.
Baker 2d
in
, .tl to speculate as to its antics and attribute all %% culture of Tuesday April. Reynolds, Crawford -
lhertGrainsGtass Nassau 3d in County TreU-urer-J.\1. N. Peacock New vilJe.
.. of your unskilled blunders of cultivation to Tuesday April. ,
4 I, its improper action 01 location. I think my- ti,_. 9 _, .talogue Potatoes ofFloweriag lOcts. Duval, Itt Tuesday in Mar. Troy. I _
self that nature did a nice deed in creating a Bulbs and Plants for boose or garden. JFKKK.Fnnna Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Xewton Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.
\ Catalogue of F5e1 Garden, Mower and Tree St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Troy. --.----
: tap root for an orange tree as well as a liver Seeds'and Plants.FItK B. Sibleift Fame*?A Imanac, ---- -
t for the human system, placing both in soS $?,ro prize essays on Southern Gardening 1O cents* Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of TaxeS-A. Ackley, New Troy. W. I'. STKEETY,
IRANI SIBLEY & CO. Seedsmen Bradford: 1st Tuesday in October.
LEON
with functions COUNTY.
position little
mysterious a ,
so
., liocucater,N,Tt aad ehlca=*111. Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Second Street, opposite the Post-Offlce,
understood that nil the
ills of humanity and County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
Nassau 3d in
: '. orange trees can be safely! attributed to their Tuesday October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee.
improper action thereby saving all possible Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.

: chance for a dispute, albeit, who knows to t D I CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel,
the contrary ? The orange tree being to all x Ill >RgrE yi Spring Term- Tallahassee.

..5. intents and'purposes, surface rooted, the cul DESCRpf Paict .l., Sumter, Monday in March. .. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly, Tallahassee.
; tivation should be surface or shallow. Too Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Re'lenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-

:' ; much and too deep ploughing means death to Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in I. hassee. I

the whole grove and should be carefully March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. -

y .' avoided, also too much cultivation, especially & Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in .
t in the winter time. As the trees grow in March. LEVY COUNTY.
size greater care should be exercised in the 0 1aai Alachua 4th after 4th
Will Monday Monday in W. H.
: be maited FREE to all applicants, and to customers County Judge- Sebring, Bronson; NIN iT wr
.. cultivation, fertilizers should be more freely cf last year without ordering it It contains March Clerk-J.. Barco, Bronson.
; applied and the grove otherwise more care about 175 pages, 600 illustrations, prices accurate Fall Term-
J. S.
Sheriff Parker Bronson.
descriptions and valuable directions for planting ,
I .?: fully attended. If the grove has been well 1MO varieties of vegetable and Flower Seeds, Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell Bronson. =
;,'; i managed, in ten year time an orchard of Plants, Fruit Trees,eta Invaluable to all, eapecJaliy :Marion, Monday in October. Collector Rc/"enue-J. re
of Ira
to Market (HrdenTfl. Send for Gore, Cedar
f.! I one thousand trees should be worth it !
$25,000- Putnam 3d in
h' D. M. FERRY & CO. DETROIT MICK Tuesday November. Key.
j-" ; : t. e,. its income. should _pay the interest on Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-
:,-'. .,:: I i Luau sum. liut the reader must not imagine Alachua, Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson.
VICK'S FLORAL
that his labor ceases when his grove comes GUIDE November. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.
IV" : -
into a profitable bearingcondition. It reads MADISON COUNTY.
1883 is an Elegant Book of 150 SEVENTH CIRCUIT.
L. TIN
pages,
well, I know, to state that that happy time FOR Colored Plates of Flowers and Vege- Spring Term- County Judge-R.. Witherspoon, Madi AND SHEET-IRON WARE
1-p- I may allow the fortunate owner to fold his son. ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
tables and than
more 1,000 Illustrations of Orange, 4th Monday }in January.
: hands in idle happiness, as he lolls in the the choicest Flowers, Plants and Vegetables, Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
4 ': ..
i shadows of the golden fruit bearing trees, and Directions for It is handsome Brevard C/ak-J obn1.. Beggs, Madison A
.\ growing. Monday in :March. large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
w I i whose lights and shadows form fantastic I enough for the Centre Table or a Holiday Dade, Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, call, and compare my prices with those of
', ,; pictures of beauty to his I Madison.
delight while
eve, Present. Send
on your name and post-office Fall Term- other houses, here or elsewhere.
the bright-plumed songsters shall warble address, with 10 cents, and I will send youa Orange, Monday in August. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. I

., ; sweet melody to delight his ears, as they flit copy, postage paid. This is not a quarterof Volusia, Monday in September. Collector of Rc/"enue-\I.: H. Warring, Mad G. F. VERY
from ,
branch branch I
ty to
; tree to
or tree-but
its cost. It is printed in both Englishand Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade ison.Assessor
t:
i Yo there comes a constant battle with insect life, German. If you afterwards order seeds 2d Monday in November of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad
f which will dispute} the possession of the hard- deduct the 10 cents. Vick's Seeds are the ison. ft'LIVERY

earned fortune with the owner, and trees best in the world. The Floral Guide will MANATEE COUNTY.
I must be kept up to their full vigor and bear- tell how to and them. Comity Officers.
s get AND
grow BOARDING STABLES.
County T. Crawford
Judgc-Z.
:;r ing capacity. Yet there is no more pleasing Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 175 ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee.
Manatee. -
t. occupation, not than alone the for cultivation its of an orange pages,6 Colored Plates, 500 Engravings. For C07114JudgeJunius! C. Gardner, Gaines Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. CARRIAGES AND WAGONSTo

r grove the beauty of the enormous tree itself returns, than, 50 cents German in paper covers., ; $1 in elegant; cloth.In ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown and from Steamers and Trains.

which or English.Vick's Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-:Marion G. Carlton
beautiful
1 a more thing does not exist. CONTRACTS FOR HAULING ETC.
$ Illustrated :Monthly Magazine 32 ,
Sheriff John W. Turner Gainesvilre. Popash.
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While it is true that there are limits to the ,
1 pages, a Colored Plate in every number and Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne Superintendent of Schools-Felix Joe SALE:
2 orange tree's endurance of cold, it is equally fine J. Seward,
1 many Engravings. Price $1.25 a year; ]Hawthorne. Pine Level. HORSES, BUGGIES HARNESS
S true that a purely tropical climate does not five for ,
conduce to the highest development of the copies $5. Specimen numbers sent Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. CARTS AND WAGONS
for 10 cents; three trial copies for 25 cents. ville. .
S tree or fruit. A moderate degree of cold in JAMES VICK. County Judge Samuel Marshall, Ocala. TERMS CASH
the winter months is a downright benefit tot Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala.
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NEJV YORK. to fight their way through life with advantage Professional and Business Cards<< IME CARD -1 ;

to themselves and their fellowmen.The M PARKER'S JL OF THE
venerable feels that his life HAIR G B. AVERY N .yj
THE SLEIGHING AND SKATING CARNIVAL E gentleman (
CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY PBOJECT-JESUITINFLUENCE work is nearly over. He finds that his mem- BALSAM. Of the Profile House, White Moun- FLORID.TRA.SIT. & PENINSULAR P i
tains, and New York and Boston
-JOHN KELLY AS A BUILDER ory has grown hazey, and his power: of con- A perfect dress RAILROAD f
centration weak. His sight and hearing are ingelegantlyperfumed BARBER AND FRISEUR, ,
-DULLNESS OF BUSINESSENTRIES and harm AND

FOR THE STAKES OF impaired, and his sense of touch is the only > dandruff lessRemoves restores AT EGMONT HOTEL.Gentlemen's FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE, R.R. "

THE CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY one left unweakened. In fact, he i is an- t natural color and Hair-Cutting a specialty.

CLUB. chored in the haven of senility; and yet his prevents baldness Hair--Cutting and Shampooing done for r r
50 rents mid $! Ladies and Children. In .
mind trained to activity from early infancy s sea at drnggieG, Effect January 7th, 1SSS.
TILe Mirror
To the Editor of : Ladies waited upon at their residences. 4

NEW YORK, January 20,1883.Not is still active though its workings can be I ; FLOBXSTOHCOLO

ice seen but as through,a veil. He is alone in \ ? ,, LOUIS A. C. LANGE, GOING SOUTH. '
for a long time has sport on the : SHE.An { r
the True his children : .
world. grandchildren
and snow been as good as during the past rrmi it\ exquisitely UPHOLSTERER, Leave Fernandina.....................?. 8.00 a.m.
week. The ponds in Central Park have and great-grandchildren, :Surround .<( ,'. '_ grant perfume with Leave Hart's Road.....................? 8.42 a.m.
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with skaters day the him, and endeavor to make his declining '' '. ucepUoDallylasUDi properties. Foot of Centre Street, Leave Callahan............._............ 9.48 a.m. it
been thronged every ; days as happy as lays in their power, but all ." 95 and 75 cents.PAkKER'S .. Leave Dutton........................ ....10.15 a.m.
devotees of that fine old Scotch game, curl- j FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Brandy Branch .................10.30Leave a.m. t
ing, have gathered admiring throngs about his old friends, the men with whom he Furniture repaired in the best manner. Baldwin...........................n.05 a.m.
and the fancy skaters who, in former worked in his days of labor, and with whomhe TONICAn Hair Mattresses made to order at short Leave Maxville..........................11.32 a.m.
them, diseased *his plans are gone, and his CINCER notice. 36 Leave Highland...........................11.55 a.m.
displayed their agility and skill main- Leave Lawtey ...............
years bent the time when the .............12.15 p.m.
Never
that Intoxicates
thoughts on Medicine
are
ly in private rinks, have, this year taken to This Invigorating delicious combination of Ginger. Buchu HENRY BARKER, Leave Temple's.........................12.30 p.m.
Park, and showed us the high art of summons will be sent to him to join them. Mandrake, Stillingia.and many other of the best Arrive Starke............................12.34 p.m.
the of motion. It His health has grown so feeble that he can vegetable remedies known cures all disorders of L IC NEED LUMBER ANDTIMBER Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m.
skating as well as the poetry take but little exercise; all he does is to the bowels,stomach,liver,kidneys and lungs,&is INSPECTOR,. I Leave Thurston ........................_ 1.06 p.m. '
is on the road, however, that one sees life at The Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Arrive Waldo............................. 1.30 p.m.. ,
.... We read about what the tourists throw little India rubber balls against the If you are suffering from Female Complaints, Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.m. ,''
present. of the Como in Venice during walls of his study. Beside his desk stands a Nervousness Wakefulness,Rheumatism Dyspep The best attention given to the shipment. Leave Gainesville....................... <_).._", p.m. .
abroad tell us basket full of them, for his sight is so weak or an disease or infirmity, take Parker's of Lumber, Timber Ties, etc. Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m. .
carnival time. It is not a marker to St. Ginger Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body Accounts promptly made up and satisfac- Leave Batton.............................. 2.57 p.m..
that after he has thrown ball he cannot and life and vigor.
new
Nicholas and Jerome Avenues of afternoonsat a give 100 you DOLLARSPaid tion guaranteed.For Leave Archer............................ 3.15p.rn:
Sleighs in every variety from find it again, and thus keeps a supply on for anything injurious found in Ginger Tonicor the past ten years with Colonel J. C. Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50 p.m.
present. hand. for a failure to help' or cure. Read, to whom apply for reference. 25 Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.27 p.m.
the light cutter to the comfortable carryallfor John the Chieftain has EOe.and $1 sires at dealers In drop.Co.Large, uTblg1n.tiJIf! Leave Rosewood......................... 5.02 p.m.
Hiscox 163
Kelly, Tammany $1 SlM. Send for circular to Wm.5Ll".Y.
families dash down the white, broad and DAVID J. TAYLOR, Jr., Arrive Cedar Key....................... 5.35 p.m.
like been out of that kind of politics which pays
admirably kept drive-way so many .
for two He has not -'--'-- HIP BROKER AND INSPECTOROF GOING NORTH. ',
nearly years. grown -- -- -
phantoms. The horses, excited by the jingling S
of thousands of sleigh bells, very poor, however, during his retirement.His Drugs and Medicines.LSTIIBLIsIILD Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.25 a.m.
) of tens architect has just filed plans for a row ----------- LUMBER AND TIMBER, i! Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05 a.m.
send the drifting snow flying like boys bath- Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.
ing in the surf, and above the din one hears of new apartment houses up town, whichare 187;;. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Bronson................. ........... 9.22 a.m. 1

the banters of the drivers, or now to cost, when completed, ,over $100,000.It Leave Archer.............................. 9.52 a.m. ,
merry the mounted is the fashion at present to give names to Office corner Centre and Second Sts. 25 Leave Batton ..............................10.09 a.m.
and then the warning voice of and thus Mr. -IDRUGS- Leave Arredondo ........................10.24 a.m.
policeman, who sits on his horse like a rid- new buildings, Kelly's cara- JAMES McGIFFIX, Leave Gainesville.......................10.50 a.m.

ing-master, and from a distance looks like a vansaries will probably be termed "The =1 AND AND BUILDER Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m. ,
Fashion allows but little varietyin Wigwam." Mr. Kelly ought to be able to CONTRACTOR Leave Waldo .......................... ...12.00 m. l
centaur. high rents for apartments in ESL! Leave Thurston.........................12.24 p.m.p.m..
sleighs this winter. For parties the Rus- charge very MEDICINES Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Arrive Starke..............................12.38 .
sian vehicle with a rumble behind is the his new houses, for every Tammany office- l FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Starke................................ 1.00 p.m. ,
but for single driving the cut- holder as well as office-seeker will be gladto Leave 'fern pIe's............................ 1.09 p.m. t
trap
proper made pay a little premium! or a good one too. Orders and estimates from a distance care- Leave Lawtey .............................. 1.33 p.m.
ter is Indispensable. Cutters are so of in & fully attended to. 25-tf Leave Highland.......................... 1.55 p.m.
for that matter for the privilege being HORSEY CO.
light at present that they come as low downas Leave Maxville........................... 2.19 p.m.
fifty or sixty pounds, and yet are strong, the Sachem's tent. O. S. OAKES, Arrive Bald win........................... 2.43 p.m

durable and perfectly safe. Thus a horse Business at present is very dull, and the CONTRACTOR Leave Baldwin ......... ................. 2.53 p.m.
than if clothing trade, which is the largest industryin :::j PHARMACISTS 1= AND BUILDER, Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m.
really has no. more weight to pull Leave Dutton ............................_ 3.35 p.m. .
harnessed to a sulky. But to drive, a man the city and the second largest in the -- MANUFACTURES Leave Callahan........................... 4.25 p.m.

has got to be an artist and to possess plentyof country, is affected most of all. From whatI Centre Street, DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15 p.m. 1r

muscle in his arms. The goad viewed am told several houses will be obliged to ... OF ALL SIXES. Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m.
FI RX..XIX.'LORIDA.
from a distance of an afternoon, is as dotted go to the wall before the spring trade opens.It Post Office Box 174. Trains daily, except Sunday. ;

with sleighs as a sugar barrel when openedin I is the ruinous competition *\which is kill- KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- jan4 Fernandina, Fla

summer is covered with flies, still accidents ing them. All this immense advertisingand of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN W. K. BAUKNIGIIT,
and DOMESTICDrug's
or upsets seldom occur, and ;yet one the giving away of prizes in the shapeof AGENT,

awkward or inexperienced driver might pianos', billiard-tables, buggies and other and. Chemicals WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PENINSULAR DIVISION.

block up the whole line, for no one would things so far from helping them is only run AND STOCK DEALER, GOING ,

dream of traveling at less than racing speed. ning them deeper into the mud. The candy Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, BUTCHER ANDDealer SOUTH.

trade, however, although languishing somewhat in Ice Leave Waldo Junction................. l.40p.m.
The papers here have recently devoted Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Leave Dixie................................. 2,.02 p.m.
home space to the project now under active from natural after-the-holday causes: TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Leave Hawthorne ........?..... ...? 2.2o p.m. t

discussion of establishing a Catholic Uni- is the most prosperous of any. Novelties of FINE TOILET ARTICLES BROOM STREET WHARF Leave LOChl OOSa.......................... 2.38 p.m.

versity in this country. This scheme is nota some kind are constantly being gotten up. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m. v
Of course, in all these things the name is Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31 p.m.
new one. It has been under considerationfor PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., -- Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00 p.m.
at least twenty years, and I am assuredby everything, and some houses employ a man Livery Stable at a Bargain.I Leave Ocala...............................? 4.30 p.m.
a leading banker, who is fit the same for the sole purpose of inventing new IN GREAT VARIETY. offer in at this a city bargain consisting my entire of establishment Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m.

names. The latest in this line is a penny 0 Carriages, Arrive Wildwood....................... 5.45 p.m.a.m.. i
that the will Carts Saddle and
active Catholic
time an project Buggies, Wagons, Carriage
be carried out beyond a doubt, should Bishop article made of the same paste of which pir' Physicians' Prescriptions Horses, Harness, etc. GOING NORTH. a
Terms of CASH.
Spalding, who is the main advocate of it gum-drops are composed. They are round carefully compounded with pure purchase, G. F. AVERY. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00 .

at present, get the consent of the Pope to it. and flat in shape. I was much amused at Drugs, at reasonable prices.DR. Office and Stable-First Street, near Broom Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35 a.m.a.m. Y
is at in Rome but is the appropriateness of the name. They are Street Wharf. 46 Leave Ocala............................... 9.00 _
The Bishop present called Gebhard Flats. Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18 a.m. ;
expected back some time in February. The Freddy J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.46 a.m. .
money, even should two millions be neces- I am in receipt from the Secretary of the Railroads. Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13 a.m.

will be subscribed almost immedi Coney Island Jockey Club, of the entries for PALMER BRO'S CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Lochloosa................... ....10.39 a.m.
sary the stakes to be for the FLORIDA I Leave Hawthorne........................10.57 a.m.
here will run during coining COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE .
ately. The Jesuit community Leave Dixie................................11.15 a.m.
I probably furnish most of the professionaltalent spring and autumn race meetings. Largeas i I I I-I- --I-II I--"i"l i"i-H, 1"H-+..++-.- -- June 25 1882. Arrive Waldo Junction..... .........11.35 a.m. r

for the new University. I know they the number was last year, this year's iH't TAGS Commencing this date,, trains ,on this Trains daily, except Sunday.

expect it, and certain it is that for a great I nominations exceed those of last year by : road will run as follows : i

Catholic institution of this kind, brighterand I more than one hundred. Thus, despite the -t-t1-H-I 1 H-! I 1 !-+!;i--l-t I | 4-1--M--H--H--I! I -1+1-1 I- -r .

fears that would lose in WESTWARD.Accom.. Mail.
more intellectual men with a greater racing quality this
what it would gain in increased Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m
fund of-around-learning could not be year race Centre Street
near Depot, Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 pIll FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
selected. Their managerial ability is marvelous meetings are dispelled. Betting, too, is u Sanderson.......... 8.25am 9.55pm
and the new Jesuit Church in West likely to be allowed under restrictions, as FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Lake City11.00 a m 11.55 p m GOING SOUTH.

Sixteenth street is a brilliant proof thereof. the two bills introduced in the Legislatureare Arrive Live Oak............ 1.15 pill 1.15 a m Leave Hart's Fernandina......11.35 a.m. 6.15 p.m.
Ellaville.. ......... 2.30 p m 2.30 a m Leave Road..1 p.m. G.55 p.m.
This built in I am informed, almost certain to be Arrive Jacksonville....
magnificent temple, bright, 1.00p.m. 8.00p.m.
Madison ............ 3.30pm 3.30am,
cheery Renaissance style, cost them but passed. ____ ____ __ $&> ABSOLUTELY I'UREDOI&3TIC Drifton............... 5.25pm 5.30am GOING NORTH.
Monticello ......... 6.00 5.50
$250,000, a figure which astonishes nearly p m a m
Leave Jacksonville..... 9.00a.m. .
WHAT EVERYBODY 'V.JNTS.-Is a reliable 3.35p.m.Leave
Tallahassee........ 7.30am
Now the only debt 7.30pm Hart's Road..... 9.35 4.01
professional man. a.m.
every midicine that never does harm and that AND IMPORTED p.m.
any Quincy...............,.. .9.30am
resting on this building is $50,000, a sum prevents and cures disease by keeping the Chattahoochee... 10.35am Arrive Fernandina.; ....10.40a.m. 5.00p.m.

which can be easily removed. The order stomach in order, the bowels regular, and DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Chatta. River..... 10.55 a m Trains double daily except Sunday. I
the kidneys and liver active. Such a medi-
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did not take EASTWARD. SUNDAY TRAINS.
proceed to an important
step
cine is Parker's Ginger Tonic. It relieves
until they had the to do it with and and has Acconu Mail. Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.45a.m.
money case cured thousands. See
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other every Standard Patent Medicines, ArriveJacksnnville....... 6.45 p m 7.30 a m Arrive Fernandina-....................11.10 a.m.
the result is that as the church progressed column.Tribune.A Baldwin............ 5.25pm 6.15am I Leave Fernandina.........................5.00 p.m.
they not crowded with embarrass- --- --- Sanderson .......... 3.55 pIll 4.50 a m
were Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25 p.m.
ments. Did all religious congregations build VALUABLE ADDITION.-Because it is ben- -I 1 Fancy TOILET Articles I I- Lake City........... 1.20pm 2.40am
eficial to the scalp and adds to personal Leavo Live Oak............11.35 a in 1.15 a m
their churches in this way, we would have beauty by restoring color and lustre to grayor .. Ellaville............10.10am 11.55pm
fewer oppressive mortgages eating the life faded hair is why Parker's Hair Balsamis Madison ............ 9.05 a m 10.50 p mDrifton
.............. 7.30am
blood out of those would-be affairs, and we such a popular dressing. PERFUMERY, 9.05pm CONNECTIONS.AT .
h Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm
would be spared the not exactly pleasant - ----- U Tallahassee......... 6.00 a m 7.30 p m
feeling of seeing churches transformed into Containing all the essentials of a true LUBIN'S EXTRA.CTS, etc. .. Quincy.............. 5.30 pm FERNANDINA, FLA.,
theatres, lodging houses and stables. The tonic, and sure to give satisfaction, is Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25pm With New York and Fernandina Steam-
Brown's Iron Bitters. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8
rector
of the Jesuit Church and president of
_#SJ- Especial and careful attention paidto Passenger trains leave Jacksonville at 10 a.m.,11.3.5 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New
the college, in this city, is Father Frisbee, a Post-Office Notice. a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.,
Yale man who adopted the Catholic faith Physicians' Prescriptions, by Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45 p.m., or 5.50P.m.
some years after taking his degree. His bent Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 P. M. an experienced Druggi&t.JSI arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 p.m., making With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah r

of mind is purely scientific, and his knowl- Sunday hours, 12:00: M. to 1:00: p., M. MR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep close connections with Florida Transit Rail Sunday, Wednesday and Friday. i,
edge of physics and Money Orders and Registered Letters from road for Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg and AT CALLAHAN.
acquaintance with over the store, and will respond to all callsat Cedar Key.Sleepers To and from Savannah and Charleston at
to 1:00
9:00 and
A. M. p. M. from 2:00
learned in that : ; : p. M.
men branch of science is all trains.CONNECTIONS. .
on night 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.
wide. to 4:00 P. M.ARRIVAL night 51 .
AT BALDWIN, FLA.
AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. At Jacksonville by Waycross Short Line, ,
On the 12th of next month Peter Cooper To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and
with all points North or West with the
Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday) Books and Stationery. ;
the venerable philanthropist, will celebratehis Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for i 2.43 p.m.
Arrives..10:40 A. M. and 5:50 p. M. Fernandina and with Steamers for all AT HAWTHORNE,
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tle-brained ninety-second birthday, and some rat- Closes.................... 7:30 A. M. and 11:00 A. M. HORACE DREW points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or To and from Palatka 10.37 a.m. and 2.20 j
people are trying to start a
Transit & Peninsular Railroad Charleston.At p.m.

movement to erect a monument to him Arrives................. ..................... 5:50 p. M. Bookseller, Stationer, Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail- AT WILDWOOD. ,
somewhere near the Franklin statue in Closes......................................... 7:30 A. M.: Printer and Binder. road for all South Florida,Ocklawaha River, With Stage Line to and from Brooksville
Printing House Square. Mr. Cooper him- Jacksonville, South,and West Florida- or Gulf points, without change of cars; also and Tampa daily except Sunday. t 1,,
for Cedar Key and Steamers to Gulf ports.
With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
self, however, is strongly opposed to the Arrives..10:40: A. M. and 5:00: p. M. School and At Live Oak, by Nos. 5 and 6, with the Sunday.AT r
scheme. Monuments in these days are like Closes..................11:00 A. M. and 7:50 A. M. Books Orange WrapsNOW Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad, for daily except
the orders which the German Arrives Sunday...... 11:00 A. M. A SPECIALITY. Albany orSavannah.At CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
pretty princes Closes Sunday....... 4:00 P. M. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch With Tampa Steamship Company Steamers ri
used to give out in the days when they St. Mary's and Trader's Hill Mail- Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- for Key West, Monday and Thursday

owned principalities. Everybody could Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. jZST- Liberal discounts to Teachers and urdays.At p.m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and
have Trade. and Catalogue free on Chattahoochee River with Steamers- Friday.
them for the asking' lmost. and there- Special prices
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M.
fore application. Chattahoochee on Sundays, and Evering- With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
nobody wanted them. Mr. Cooper'smost St. Mary's, Ga., only- 59 W. BAY STREET, ham on Thursdays for Apalachicola, and West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.;
enduring monument is the Cooper Institute Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A.M. returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.
in which tens of thousands of young ., Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates,
men and have received Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. M. j. s. MCELROY, etc., apply to
young women prac- Wanted to Rent A. O. MAcDONELL
Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Master of Transportation.W. ,
tical instructions in the industrial arts and Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 P. M. A Piano. Address H., P. 0. Box 56, M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent.
applied sciences, which have helped them S AML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. 52 Fernandina, Fla General Manager. D. MAXWELL, Gen'] Supt. 21 t

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; : THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Bishop and Mrs. Kavanaugh and Mrs. Council Proceedings.The Norwalk, Conn ; Miss G. Porter, Miss M H Xassau Fibre,

Bacon, of Louisville, Ky., have been guestsfor regular weekly meeting of the City Russell, A N Porter, South Carolina ; Jas E For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior
Nilson F T R R W Miller H W Miller
several days past at the Egmont. The Council was called to order by President ; to anything else in use. For sate by

i-t. ;:" 1" :,;: 1.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS bishop came to recruit his health. His Suhrer at 8:30 o'clock"Vednesday night, the N Columbus Y; R H, Ohio SmithSt; Mrs Catherine's A Kinne, ,Ontario Syracuse; F, June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.

'Ai ;I: : I ;' many friends will be glad to hear that his following gentlemen being present : Alder- T MacDonald, Clearfield, Pa ; E Sawtell,
City
Scrip
;1 Bej ectlons.'S Evansville, Ind; S Newcomb and wife J S
; health has decidedly improved.The men Avery, Proctor, Joseph, McDonald D.
I For sale at market
t, '. ", Garland an'wife, Biddeford, Me ; Miss rates in amounts not less
{ ";".,1; Delightful weather. United States Coast Survey schooner Williams; Wm. Lake and president of : Colyer, Mrs Reese, Nashville; T M Daniels, than $25. J. FRED LOHMAX

:::: r.; The weather now balmy and spring- Ready came into port this week. The fol- Council, F. C. Suhrer. F S Peters. Toronto, Ohio; J VHallenbeck, ;Fernandina, Fla., December 30, 1882. tf

,. ] \., very Mr. Proctor, of the Finance Committee, M D, New Haven. Conn ; M G Rush and
.; t., : j .. like. lowing officers are now guests at the Eg wife, Mrs W T Osborne, Nashville ; Wm Select "Intermediate" School for

f. ,Ii : Four" at Hall 1 mont. 0. H. Tillman and J. B. Weir, made the following report in relation to a Rennick and wife, Davenport, Iowa ; W A Boys and Girls,
Morton's
Lyceum
', I Big United States Coast and Geodetic Survey; bill for legal services of R. M. Smith, Esq. : Cooper and wife, Parkersburgh. W Va; D H Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circulars

; : ". Tuesday night. E. M. Katz. J. A. Dougherty, S. L. Van GENTLEMEN : With reference to the bill Border, M D, West Virginia ; Mrs A J Brower on application.

li I.:. : Mrs. A. J. Russell, of Jacksonville, was in Duzen R. C. United States of Mr. R. M. Smith, Mr. Kydd says that Mr. Harrington Broner and wife, Los Angelos G. W. SCHCYLER
Navy.
:. ;.' the Lydecker, Smith was employed to defend and act as ; H N Crawford. Pennsylvania ; J S Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental
t. city Thursday.
J'i"d': ;. 1Jo .: ., From this point the Ready goes to South I counsel for the city. Paul Francis agrees Ricker and wife, Portland, Me ; P B Price, Music and French. 50

( .I : ,. The steamship Carondelet had thirty pas- Florida. with him, and so also does Mr. McGiffin. Jacksonville.

';-J; i' ;;1." sengers for New York this week. [These gentlemen were members of the City Masonic.
t t' The steamship Carondelet arrived here Council during the time this bill covers.] Range of Thermometer '
r',' : "' 'y ,If you want to have an evening of fun go J Jj from New York Tuesday morning, and left Mr.: Kydd and Paul Francis think the bill Regular communications of Amelia Lodge
FOR THE WEEK ENDING'FRIDAY 26 No. 47 F. & A. M. for
JANUARY the
1883
;j,;J : :' : : to the minstrel show Tuesday night. on her return trip yesterday morning, with should be paid, and Mr. McGiffin thinks HORSEY'S' ,DRUG.STORE. year :
'" 22.
that Mr. Smith has had as much as his ser- January July 16.
:;-. ?. .. <
J. ( 1.' J t; :: "Big Four" Minstrels now on sale at boxes oranges, 17 barrels orange!, 25 barrels the minutes about the matter. :Mr. Smith J" 0;; ::: ::: March 19. September 10.
ci :i ci. E:
;: ; i C..(." ;: ; Horsey's. roots, 16 bales moss, 334 boxes cedar, 500 reports that the case was thrown out of I It- N 0-4, CQ co ? April 16. 'October 15.

... cedar 40 barrels rosin 60 barrels court on a point of law, and not on its May 21. 'November
logs syrup,
{. ;' A white frost occurred on Wednesday merits. Saturday..Jan.20 52 60 56 50 mN'V. June 18. December 10.

';" \ r',rIII F. ), .morning, which may have proved injurious '88 empty kegs, 25 barrels cedar, 43 packages After considerable discussion, without ar- Sunday .............21 56 62 60 54 December 28.

........... At 7:30: m. brethren
t"" t. merchandise.The Monday .22 36 48 48 47 N'V. p. Visiting fraternally
;: to tender .
f 1. very plants.The riving at any conclusion about the matter, Tuesday_...........23 39 56. 56 '54 N'V. invited to attend.
.' : schooner this orange trees about Orange Lake have Alderman Lake introduced the 49 J. E. WANDELL
: Silas C. Evans arrived following Wednesday..24 65 67 60 NW. W. M,

f;: week from New York, with a cargo of mer- already begun to put out signs of blooming.The resolutions: Thursday .........25 56 69 67 64 I NE. C. H. BERG, Secretary.

; recent rainy spell has stimulated the Friday....__........26 55 64 74 62 NE.
: >{''. chandise for A. B. Noyes. Resolved, That a special committee be appointed Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its
;,..'It growth of the foliage, and also of the fruit to examine members of former
;' 2 bo,,' During this season there were shipped Councils and the minutes and make regular con vocations on the Wednesday following -
a
germs. Should no severe weather occur MABINE.Port each regular communication of Ame-
'
'1 from the of Messrs. Bishop and Har'f" definite for final action at the next
; groves report
: ,
.. later the promise for the orange crop seems lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp.
.
\ ris 35,000 boxes of regular meeting.Be .
,: oranges. Transient companions fraternally invitedto
.
The condition of the is of Fernandina.HIGH
"" ,: very good. ground it also resolved, That the committee ex-
t..',:1f. t The steam-yacht Egmont will make an excursion also very favorable for vegetable culture. amine all court records bearing on the following WATER. W.attend.A. JONES, S'.eretarvSTRONG W. F. SCOTT H. P.

r" to St. Marys this morning upon ar- Cabbages are now maturing rapidly, and cases, viz. : Finegan vs. The City of Saturday, Jan. 27..10:39A.l\I. 11:03: P.M.

... ,', rival of the Jacksonville train. tomato plants are coming forward. Fernandina, and the City of Fernandina vs. Sunday, 28.1118: 11:44"
/- ,...,..; Finegan, and make a written report as to Monday, 29...... 0:00" 0:00":
., The steamer Athlete called at this port on The Transit Railroad officials are arrang- the status of these cases ; the report to show Tuesday, 30...... 0:27": 0:47"

t.: ; on Sunday with an excursion party from ing this season excursions from Jacksonvilleto whether these cases were finally disposed of Wednesday, u 31...... 1:16" 1:39"
or whether they still stand open on the Thursday, Feb. 1...... 2:08" 2:33"
t ; Brunswick, en route for Jacksonville.
,'\' Dungeness, including dinner at the I docket. Friday 2...... 3:04 u 3:30 Co

10t J,: The mite party at the residence of Major favorite Egmont Hotel. Upon the arrival' The resolutions were adopted, and the -

Wm. B. C. Duryee Thursday night was quite of the excursionists here they are conveyedby chair appointed the following committee : ENTERED.

I s .J,:, a success, both socially and financially. theswift and elegant steam-yacht Egraont Mayor Haley, D. Williams and W. Joseph.Mr. Jan. 21-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,

r f :.. Kate Putnam, the popular vocalist and to Cumberland Island, returning here at 2 Avery. offered the following,, which Savannah. to with J. A.freight:Mercier.and passengers P Llrr, I

1- ... ... ......, .
o'clock, giving them four hours' time for 22-Bark
:: comedienne, who appeared last night for the was adopted. : Regina Talck, :Hussy, Washington -

I : first time in Jacksonville, will probably visit dinner at the Egmont, and a drive to our Resolved, That $200 be appropriated and D. C. ; ballast, to J. C.

,'., this beautiful beach. Forty availed themselves placed in the hands of the Committee on Read.
V" .At city shortly. of this opportunity Thursday.The Streets and Sanitary Improvements to pay 23-Sch. Silas C.Evans, Sylvanus, NewYork A great many people are asking

'; :: Upon a petition of a number of taxpayers laborers.'as may be needed, or for the pur- ; general merchandise, to what particular troubles BROWN'S
,
.1 ers, the county commissioners have extended new steam yacht Egmont, Captain G. chase of shell and other incidentals.A A. B. J>oyes. IRON BITTERS is good for.
23 S. S.
CarondeletHines New York
,
t. ; : the time for the collection of State and F. Harding, made a trip to Dungeness bill l of the Florida Mirror for printingand 1,508 tons ; with freight and pas-,

:'.;?aI; County taxes for thirty days. Thursday morning, taking over a full complement advertising, amounting to $23.25, was sengers to R. W. Southwick. It will cure Heart Disease, Paral-

:f:; of excursionists. All who have ordered paid. 24-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con- _
Presbyterian Church Rev. H. S.
Yerger
., Savannah with and
thus far patronized her speak in the highest ; freight pas- Rheumatism
:'1:: pastor: Services on Sunday at 11 a. m. and The Excursion to Dungeness. sfngers to J. A. Mercier. sumption, Dyspepsia, j
terms of her excellent sea-going qualitiesand 24-Sch. Ernest T. Lee Blatchford Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.Its .
'.. r:f, 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 3:30 p. m. ; prayermeeting ,
accommodations. As she
predicted, New York stone for
," i 7:30 A PLEASANT TRIP YESTERDAY TO TilE GRAVEOF ; jetties.
I t' "; Thursday p. m. will find profitable employment in our "LIGHT 25-Sch. Anita, Small, Martinique ; wonderful curative power is
HORSE
.. '; From an advertisement in the Jacksonville HARRY. fruit and plants, to master.
.p it and
.. .1 waters. It is intended-to put her into three A select party of fifty took advantage of 26-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, simply because purifies en-
: :; dailies we see that the lands of the excursions each week and the balance blood thus at
offered Fernandina and the
.:''. regular the pleasures at Savannah, with freight and pas- riches beginning
Peninsular & Tropical Florida Railroad will of the time she will be open to other Dungeness yesterday, and, as old Probs." sengers, to J. A. Mercier, Agent. the foundation, and by building up :
tfllit be put on the market in February. was in their favor, the beauty of the day
engagements. accorded well with that of the scenery. The CLEARED. the system, drives out all disease.A .

f'Jit Dr. W. E. Snyder, dentist, will open next train left Jacksonville at 9 o'clock, with a 22-City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Savannah -
: I :f.. IF the projectors of the proposed steam- with freight and
week an office on Fourth street. The Doctor freight of light-hearted passengers, who pas-
ship line from Fernandina Liverpool will by J. Mercier. Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
board the sengers,
were safely deposited on pretty
to Florida for the benefit of his wife'shealth
t comes carry out their promises in good faith, it little steam-yacht Egmont at Fernandia justat 11 23-Brig Emma L. Hall, Duffy, Forte Baltimore Md., May 71880.
; \, ;: and hopes to make Fernandina his will be, as the Governor says, the finest 10:40.: The sail of eight miles was charming France, Martinique; lumber, by My health was much shattered by

future home. thing yet for Florida. The query naturally to lover of balmy salt breezes andNeptune's M. Comty. Rheumatism when I commenced
w g' suggests itself, however, what freight such a every beauties. 24-Sch. Xebec, Dunham, Port au taking Brown's Iron Bitters and I
Dungeness was soon had enough to attend
strength -
; The orange crop is now probably nearly line would find at Fernandina to transportto the object of many exclamations of "Oh, Spain ; lumber, by L. A. Davis. scarcely to my daily household duties.

'. gathered and in market. We hope to learn Europe, and what freight they would find how lovely !I" "What a paradise !I" etc. 25-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, lam now using the third bottle and I
in Europe to bring back to Fernandina. Savannah with freight and am regaining: strength daily and I
,
":: .. through the transportation companies the Every one took the walk to Light Horse"Harry pas- recommend it all.
not for fun and in the cheerfully to
Steamships are run J. A. Mercier.
by
which is marked sengers
Lee's
of the in Florida the grave, by a I cannot too much in praiseof
':; output orange crop say
absence of it would be
paying freight York
enor- simple marble headstone, with his name 25-S. S. Carondelet, Lewis, New it. Mrs. MARY E. ERASHEAR.
\ :.f. present. season. mously cheaper to bring over immigrantsby and the dates carved on it. But these few 1,508 tons ; with freight and passengers 173 Prestmanst.
.. t
A, + The travel on all the railway and steamship the existing lines. words lend a hallowed charm to the wild by R. W. Southwick.

The above paragraph, which we clip from and beautiful burying ground of General 26-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald Kidney Disease Cured.Christiansburg.
lines in Florida continues to
,I" 't be very Savannah with and Va. iSSi.
; freight pas- ,
Greene's
family.
the Florida Times of the 21st does not show
: ";" ,1 heavy. The last blizzard at the North expedited Three shrill whistles from the boat remind sengers, by J. A. :Mercier.IN Suffering from kidney disease,
,' a very great liberality of thought in refer- from which I could get DO relief I
t. ; ,I intending visitors southward with- us of the time, and soon we are all PORT. tried Brown's Iron Bitters which
out delay. ence to enterprises calculated to advance the aboard," anxious for the delicious dinner Bark Regina Talck, Hussy. cured me completely. A child of

interests of our State, and has a squint to- expected at the Egmont Hotel. On arrivalwe Bark Queen Victoria Munroe. mine recovering from scarlet fever,
'. W. and wife of Wil- had no appetite and did not seem to
Judge J. Maynard all were more than delighted with the
wards of not Bark Nicola Smith.
depreciation an enterprise be able to eat at all. I gave him Iron
':. [ : liamsport, Pa., were at the Egmont this directly connected with the city in which handsome hotel, which is the pink of neat- Bark Mentor, Schultz. Bitters with the happiest results.J. .
an'd< 'is made attractive the
ness, doubly by Sarah Wallace KYLZ MONTAGUS.
week. They will return after an up-river Brig ones.
the Times happens to be published. The happy, winning manner of Mr. Kittelle, the Emiline
Brig Urquhart.
i". :. trip and pass the winter here. promoters of this trans-Atlantic steamship )host. Dinner was all that even the most Sch. Emily E. Davis, Pierce. Heart
} Disease.Vine
1
,' About seventy-five cords of wood, belonging enterprise have doubtless investigated the fastidious could wish. After doing it a great Sch. William Wilson, Bradley.Sch. Harrisburg, Pa.
I. deal of justice we took a carriage and droveto Dec. t, i88r.
Elwood Doran .
to Mr. J. A. King, of King's Ferry, were commercial advantages which they expectto
j t-. the beach, which is superb and must be Sch. Nelson. After trying different physiciansand
1 burned at the brick-yard on the St. Marys derive from the establishment of their seen to be appreciated. At 6:15 the party Sch. Lizzie Aldytha Carr, Hatch. many remedies for palpitationof
the heart without receiving
river last week. The fire is to returned to Jacksonville, and pronouncedthe any
supposed !, line. Sch Marcus A. Davis, Saxton. benefit I was advised to try Brown's
; '} have been the work of an incendiary. entire trip' a perfect success.-Jacksonville 1 Sch. E. H. Potter, Sherrer. Iron Bitters. I have used two bot-

The Tourist Hotel Now Open .Union, 26thMorton's,.. Sch. Silas C. Evans, Sylvanus. tles and never found anything that
I f : In the scrub-race on Tuesday last, for a Sch. Ernest T. Lee, Blatchford. gave me so much relief:
The Tourist Hotel, formerly the Norwood Mrs.JENNIX: Hiss.
purse, on Amelia beach, for horses from this Dig Four" Minstrels.This Scb. Anita, Small.
House which has been
.. i '. ,: county, there were six entries. The mare undergoing ex- celebrated' minstrel troupe, which For the peculiar troubles to which

.l Jeannette, belonging to Mr. Wingate, came tensive repairs and improvements the past made a tour through Florida last year, is Dentistry. ladies are subjecl, BROWN'S IRON
summer and fall, is now for the accom-
i : in winner, J. J. Acosta's mare Jennie taking open billed to appear at Lyceum Hall on Tuesday j Dr. J. N. Jones, by request, will visit BITTERS is invaluable. Try it.
t4 modation of the traveling public under the Fernandina the first of February to :
,I second money. night, January 30th. The company played on remain -
management of Captain W. W. Clay, to houses in Jacksonville and ten days. Will be prepared to admin-
large no i
,. t We are requested to announce that Dr. J. formerly of Thomasville, Ga. The house is i ister gas for extracting. Please make en- Be sure and get the Genuine.
doubt will not lack, patronage here. Reserved -
M
; convenient.J. .
N. Jones, dentist, of Jacksonville, will arrive neatly furnished throughout, and providedwith gagements as early as
t seats $1 ; admission 75 cents; gallery N. JONES, Dentist.
: in this city on Thursday next. Parties desiring modern
1 all conveniences. Captain 50 cents.t Reserved seats may now be secured -! Jacksonville, Fla., January 24, 1883.
,;," ,''; .. his services will do well to make their Clay has also taken the management of the at Horsey's drug store.

; engagements at once, as Dr. Jones will remain Strathmore Hotel at Amelia beach, and this For Rent.A .

.e '.. here for ten days only. popular seaside resort will be open on fine Hotel Arrivals. very desirable dwelling-house.JOHN HEDGES Inquireof I IDU.

:. Visitors to daily in days for accommodation of beach parties. :
our city are increasing
January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.Wonderful W. E. MXYDEK,
.r numbers. Thus far the arrivals at the Eg- ," EGMONT.

y: : ",=, mont Hotel are in excess of last season at Accident to a Steam-Yacht. James B Hardy and wife, T J Whittle, E Cures.Dr. 8rn o
E Bedell Boston Edward Hoar, G L Davidson nUl
The steam-yacht Princess, Commodore Os- ; Z
\ I' the time although business
same no now last has cured
'. and wife, Chas Ostrom, T V Boyn- Huggins year more ''
.11.:. r :' comes here for the Nassau steamers as heretofore trom, with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Davidson, of ton, Alfred M Dean, Louis J Spencer, FredB than one hundred persons of cancers, car- H BO 0-

.,: r,.! steamers for that point making their New York, which arrived here from Jack- NoyesvGeo; S Goldsmith, Edward Hooper, buncles, tumors, taternes and ring worms, p **3I

: :) trips direct from New York. sonville, en route for Savannah, Saturday, W F Hinchman, J M Davis, Edgar G Murphy scrofula, syphilitic tumors and eruptions of .
;'J and wife, A W Pullen, H W Rosen- the blood. Among one of these most:: won- I iH
accident her
met with during the
.: !;" ; Mr. G. N. Saussy, traveling auditor of the an on way; baum, Jr/Robert A Young, J Cavanaugh derful cures are Mr. W. H. Gee. of this t't n .

: ; ,', Transit & Peninsular Railroad, who returned night. A very heavy fog prevailed, and the R Conkling, John H Fry and wife, M Jacobs county, which is known by everybody. :T'l-
pilot, misunderstanding the signals of the and wife, J Jacobs, Frank Noony and Quincy Herald. In front of Mrs. Peterson's
., 't' .1' Wednesday from a short visit to Orange wife F F Van Nostrand and wife Mrs Davi- boarding house. Mr. Huggins will remain
,
keeper at the draw.-bridge, ran her into the FIRST.CLASS 20 years'
.f }. ; county, exhibited at the Mirror office the and level- son, Miss"' Davison, Misses Oakes, Norman here a few weeks ; late from Cedar Key ; is OPERATIONS; charges reasonable.; Sets
bridge damaging pilot-house
:: .?!'' two magnificent specimens of Orange county Merry, New York ; Bishop Kavanaughand highly recommended! throughout the whole of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid j or Rubber, and

'.', Mr:( oranges, weighing, respectively, 22 and 23! ing the smoke-stack with the deck. The wife, Mrs Bacon, Louisville Ky ; Rev State. He pays nearly $310 taxes to the every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -

;" 1 t\ damage was repaired the early part of the Chas A Fulwbod, Geo R Foster, J W Archi- State, counties and municipalities for the Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
: \ ounces, and measuring 14 and 15 inches in bald John J Edward J Robinson privilege of selling his extraordinary medi-
r : week, and the yacht left for Palatka Wed- Long, made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand
: circumference. Chas W Kinne and child, Mrs Harrison cines. advice free, anil willingly given. 10
\. nesday. Reed,Walter Coleman and wife. Miss Maro
: : The steam-yacht Irena, owned by Mr.
Miss Jacksonville Howard Real Estate
I Long, King, ;
\: : Thomas M. Carnegie, was in our ester- List of Letters NEW IIOUSE OPEX.
; port y Case Auburn, New York ; J W :Maynardand For sale. Two desirable lots, well located.
y'I' ; day. She is a very handsome little craft of Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina wife, Williamsport, Pa ; Thos W Car- Apply to W. S. RAWSON. -

about seventy-five feet in length and sixteen Nassau county, Florida, Jan. 20, 1883. negie and wife, three children and maid, Fernandina, Fla., January 6,1882-tf. T URIST HOTEL,
Miss Jennie Bradley, Miss Morgan, L M .
: 4 feet beam with cabins and for these letters
pleasant Persons must
roomy calling say
Robinson FL.A.
Morris and wife, J D Pittsburgh, Tax-Collector's Notice. FEKXANDIXA: : ,
7. decks. She will be kept as a pleasure boat advertised: Pa ; W McPhail and wife, Sylvester, Ga ; City

:'. at Dungeness, Mr. Carnegie residence on Butter, James Knox:, 0. C. Judge Chisholm and wife. Colonel Marshall Notice is hereby given that all the city is now open to the public. New and neatly
it Major Thompson Misses Spulock taxes remaining unpaid on the first day of furnished, located in the most delightfulpart
Barber, Duff Lloyd. Clarence A. ,
Cumberland Island.
.
i February next will be advertised and sold of the island. Large and rooms.A
B. A. F., heir, Frank Rome, GarThos; Condrey, Toronto. Canada sunny
.,.i It is a noteworthy fact that visitors coming Carter Anderson Reid, Mrs. ; Geo EItz and wife Reading:, Pa ; W in accordance with law.JAMES good home for parties wishing to stop a

e' !, to Fernandina express themselves much Hummings, Katy Roland, C. R. Hallenbeck Sandusky, Ohio; A Noolworth, E. MEDDAUGH, few weeks or months in the South.
I". Johnson, Samuel Smith, Arafe California ; Joe Boyd, Dayton, Ohio ; Capt Collector. Terms-$2 per day; $8 to $10 per week.
with its attractions "
and claims
pleased upon Jackson, Susie Taylor, Petsey Isaac Hines and wife, steamship Carondelet: Fernandina, Fla., January 3,1882.To 'V:,, CLAY, Manager.

: 'i1 I all in pursuit delightful and absolutely C R Kearnes. Virginia ; 0 S Hawes Fall --
HELD FOR POSTAGE:
healthful climate. This promises well for River. Mass ; F D Stinson and wife, F Stin- Rent. The splendid Strathmore Hotel,

." its growth, and should prompt its citizensto John Nattiel, Jacksonville, Fla. son, H H Getty and wife, Miss Alice E Get- The property known as Sanborn's Stores. on the finest beach in the world, will be
N. C.
Sophia Harrington, Harrington ty, )1usk aIich C H Green Saginaw, for
; Apply particulars to fine day for the accommodationof
further in open every
to improvements the interest of Cornelia Porter, Culpepper C. H., Va.
Mich ; J AEnslow, J r, Philadelphia; A M A. B. NOTES. bench parties under the same manage

'i,. .,' )if' a large and profitable winter business. SAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M. Dederick, Albany, N Y ; Alfred Relyea, Fernandina, July ltf. ment. 10t

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