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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. V. FER NAN DINS FLA., SATURDAY, APRIL 28 1 883. N.2 3. 1, t w "

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STATE NEWS. There has been a miscellaneous shipmentof HEAD-NOTES OF DECISIONS OF alty of her deceased husband. (Laws, 1828, WASHINGTON. I ."
; THE SUPREME COURT. 1838)) 10 Fla. 258.

Jlertiando.PASASOFFKEE. Lemons....................................... 88,320? .. -- 3. The right of dower in the husband'sreal A NOTED GERMAN COMMUNIST
.-I am writing from a new Grape-fruit and shaddock............._ 4,000 Z JANUARY TERM, A. D. 1883. estate contemplates that one-third of -THE NEW POSTMASTER -
such estate of which he i GENERAL ALREADY
died seized and BESIEGED BY
town on Lake Panasoffkee (named after the Making a grand total of 5,293.452.-Tampa John: H. Brown et al., Appellants, Marzyck, possessed, etc., should be allotted and set off I I OFFICE-SEEKERS-EO& INGERSOLL

lake), which, being interpreted, signifies Tribune. [The number of boxes counted 150 Appellee-Appeal from decree of the Circuit to his widow, 'such third part to insure to I A AS
FUNERAL .
"corn in plenty.:* There is a connection to the box, would be about 35,000, or about Court for Duval county. her proper use and behoof in and during the ORATOR.To
into the Withlacooehee river RANDALL C J. the term of her natural life. The right of Editor of the Mirror : .,
(navigable) the same number shipped from the two :
dower in the personal if there be WASHINGTON 20 '
property, April 1883 .
from the lake, giving the people here water groves of Bishop & Harris the last season. 1. A master's deed executed to a purchaser more than one child contemplates that one- ,
Among
notabilities
to Cedar and some fifty tinder. a decree of foreclosure, which decree third of now visiting the city + p- r.
transportation Key, The business of Tampa will have to increase such personal property shall be set is Herr
the sale of the Most, the German labor V
directed mortgaged property, off agitator and
to such widow
the hers in "fee
as
the river. Four months simple.
enable it
ago to to
miles rapidly more
up very support
and that the master such sale ,
on execute communist. He
4. The word "fee simple," as used in the addressed a large audience .
native forests covered the land, where now than one railway.-Ed. Mirror.] and deliver to the purchaser a deed of conveyance l aws concerning dower," denotes an estateof Wednesday evening in
Cosmopolitan Hall
is a thriving, busy town, doing a large busi- Levy. and that the purchaser be let into inheritance or an estate without conditionor on the labor
possession under such deed is evidence of question. His listeners were
buildings are going on every restriction. It is an absolute estate in ,
up
new
ness ; fences of board or barbed wire Cedar Key is a little city in the sea. The title without showing confirmation of the perpetuity. The right of the widow to one- mostly Germans, and he spoke in the Ger-

hand ; new town takes its name from a number of sale. third; of the personalty as fixed by the law, man tongue. He has a sharp but distinct i
are taking the place of the old Virginia rails ; diminutive islands, otherwise called keys, *2. A writ of assistance may be granted to su vested interest, and cannot be affectedor voice, and speaks with
1 the hundreds put out of possession of land sold! and conveyed defeated great vigor. He
being planted by her
are by death.
trees subsequent
orange and they lie between the mouths of the Su- urged the
under decree foreclosure working people to
and indicates thrift and a a person 5. When the widow dies, entitled to dowerin organize at t'once
J everything wanee and Homosassa rivers. A large nbt a party to the suit who has come into the personal estate of her deceased husband into trade unions, and protect them .

a prosperity. Mr. Herman Davis, formerly of number of these keys are settled ; on some, possession since the commencement of the without having the same allotted to selves against monopolists factory kings :k?:
rt Ocala, is just completing a large hotel pf Foreclosure suit with the consent and con- her under the law such ,
one family, others more but on Way Key is right passes to her landlords and stock-brokers whom he
nivance of the called
g some forty rooms. He has also opened a mortgagor, although he personal representative as assets of her estate, .
the incorporated town of Cedar Key. This
claims possession under a tax title, itappear- high-born robbers. He recapitulated
and be such the
four may by representative recovered. ,
j general store, in which he has three or little island contains about forty acres ((0 infj* also that such claim is made not in good Decree affirmed. woes of the down-trodden masses of Ireland

J thousand-dollar stock. Messrs. Win. Brady and is four miles from the faith but by collusion with! the mortgagorfor & Love
mere guess), Stephens for Appellant ; J. W. and thought the American people should '
i & Co. also merchants in Ocala, have a large the purpose of keeping the purchaser Malone for a
mainland and hence call it little Appellee.
we a city
under the foreclosure sale out of possession. support and sustain the Irish in their : -
, stock here. The Ocala house, under the firm in the sea. It is the terminus of the Transit :Decree affirmed. struggles against English rule. He was frequently j '
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name of Brady, Lewis & Co.. do a large Railroad, which runs from Fernandina to Jeorge Wheaton Deans, for Appellants; LONDON. applauded.
1l tobacco and ){. C. Jordan and F. F. L'Engle for d
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business in fancy groceries, Ap-
this point. Cedar Key is a compact little WINTER Hon. S. S. Cox of _
LIFE IN LONDON-MANY OF HER RESIDENTS New York, arrived in .
cigars Mr. Lewis and his wife (Miss Annie city of about 2,000 inhabitants, and is grow- pellee.John GO TO ITALY DURING THE COLD the; city Wednesday from Richmond, where I'' '

McIIvaine) are old residents of Cedar Key, ing every day in population and business. S Sammis, A peIlant;(,S. L'Engle and AND UNPLEASANT WEATHER.To he had been lecturing for some charitable ,,

and known to most of your readers. Mr. The of trains the of Hartridge, Sanderson's administrators, f
rumbling rattling drays, the Editor of the Mirror: object. He is one of the most confident

i John Bailey, of Tallahassee, recently boughtlots the blowing of whistles of boats and steamships WisTCOTT et al., Respondents J. *al, county LONDON, April 10th, 1883. pirants for the Speakership of the next as- '

on which he purposes building a livery the racket of hammers, and whirl and : Life in winter would be unendurable. .if it Houeo. lIe says he will have the N w York 1 +'

stable. Dr. Snowden, of Ocala, has made roar of great saw-mills are the daily ex- 1., a An client attorney in 1 srhaiidswhich having xrioney money collectedfor is were not for the certainty of a returning delegation to support him, besides votes in ;

g arrangements to open a drug store within periences of this busy little city. The city claimed by two creditors of such client: his spring ; society itself would stand disorganized the; Wisconsin, Virginia and Missouri dele

I thirty days. The Messrs. Hogan are just possesses several resources of wealth, but client disclaiming any interest in favor of i save for the strong belief implanted in I gations, which have been pledged to him by I

.1 completing a large store-house, which will time and space will only permit me to men- himself, the attorney not being so fully cognizant the human breast that for each one and unrequested letters. I'
of the facts as to determine the right, I
I be occupied as a general store. There is one tion one-namely, the saw-mill interest. there is time The new Postmaster-General
may properly bring a bill seeking a decree every one a good coming, if is already
I saw-mill here, and one within a mile and a The first we visited was the Eagle Pencil against the creditors that they interpleadand only they will consent to wait a little longer.If besieged by unreasonable office-seekers. .f'

.., half of the depot. Parties from Michigan Works This company not only owns the contest their respective claims' between the delay is great the reward appears the The other day a paper was unceremoniously }
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are expected here on the 1st of next month, mill here but one Clear Water Harbor themselves. thrust into his ,
near 2. The and richer. The reaction of springtime in London hand, which upon examina-
rl practice upon answer replication -
who contemplate putting up a large mill on another in New York and another in Ger- tion
in an interpleading suit properly is only sufficiently understood by suchas proved to be a petition from an aj>- ,
the lake. Mr. D. R. Towns, the father of many. From! this mill and the one farther brought is to decree the bill to be properly have patiently endured the rigor and plicant! for the position of driver of a little ., :
I the place, is building a fine residence. Messrs. filed to dismiss the complainant with his
south is also shipped large of hewn Government
cargoes hardships of the opening year. It is not for conveyance used by the depart-
costs to that time his placing the ,
Catlett & Williams the contractors have all up upon
cedar, both for New York and Germany, to fund in the registry of the court, and to the swallows society, who, as soon as the ment. The plea was, that as the present l

they can do. They are superior workmen, be used for the same purpose as stated above. direct an action to be brought or an issue or leaf falls and the days draw in, when the incumbent had held the office a long while .

and say they will make it the finest buildingin The work done is simply immense, and of i a reference to ascertain and settle the right streets become damp and comfortless and he ought to be removed to make room for, ; '
this part of Florida. Business lots have of the defendant claimants to the fund, as
the very best quality. The machinery is all I the case may require. In this case there cheerless, and the ragged beggars begin the claimant, who was out of bread. After w!
been sold to parties in Jacksonville, Ocala, I
new and improved, and so arranged that was a reference which was proper. whining under the city lamps, are off to the reading the paper through carefully, and ,

Cedar Key, Savannah and Tallahassee, who from the cutting of the rough log one can 3. A cross bill,setting up substantially the warm shores of the Riviera and the sunny listening patiently to the man's argument { #: ,
u! are only waiting for the railroad to be completed same facts. as the i is admissible __
follow it until it comes out either answer .
a penholder cities of Italy or the East; it is not for the Judge Gresham, with difficulty concealing
to this point to erect buildings and an 'interpleader suit;whey-the} defendant
or a pencil-board, ready to shipped can have all the afflmative relief he is entitled delicate or the dyspeptic the people with his/amusernent, gravely replied that, as this j
business. The Peninsular Railroad i is ,
I open and finished in the North. One noticeable to without it under the decree or refer- chronic catarrhs and long purses to steal was one of.the. most important questions I .

graded to this point, and everything readyfor feature was that everything was in its place, ence to ascertain his right. back to their native country and pretend to that would come before him he
would
the iron, which, I am informed, will be 4. A debtor places a chose in action in the not '
and the workmen and workwomen about understand the first London spring day. venture to decide it under less than
received by the 1st of May. I understandthat hands of his attorney, to whom he is indebted : two or
sixty in number, were as regular in their with directions, not in writing to They have eaten their cake, and cannot be three months' careful consideration.'t
branch of the main line will run from
a movements as the machinery which they collect and apply the proceeds, so far as permitted to have its; they have intentionally Colonel Bob Ingersoll, the irrepressible 1 ,
this place to Brooksville, the main line to the of his debt. Thisis ;
payment
overlooked. Our next points of visitationwere necessary infidel
or unavoidably shirked the and the of
going to Charlotte Harbor. :Mr. Henning,, a particular assignment good in equity, responsi- apostle amateur thinkers, ..
president of the road ; Captain D E. Max the great saw-mills of)fr. T. A. Darby. and the assignee has an equitable right to bility of their nationality ; they have sat had another opportunity this week of de- '

and J. W. Bushnell chief Mr. Darby runs two mills, one in Cedar Key enforce the debt at law in the name of the under orange trees, and visited the hollows livering an agnostic lecture beside the bier : ""

I well engineer, and the other half a mile across the bay on assignor. Such assignment places the chosein starred with pale violets; they have had of a dear friend. I think Colonel Bob Ij, Y=
dotes
Ii here the 3d route for Charlotte ;
i passed on en action beyond the control of the assignor,
Atsena One has
Key. a capacity of 20,000
warm days and warmer nights they have on these funeral occasions. '
;
They afford
Harbor. They expected to reach Cedar Key and.is good against a subsequent assignmentby
feet per day and the other 50,000. His ship- him vexed and tortured with their inspiration for his
last Sunday by steamer. Orangegrowingand or a subsequent attaching creditor. home-stayers style of eloquence, while ,
ments per month are 1,250,000; 200 logs are 5. In a contest between an administratorand description of seas and skies perpetuallyblue his listeners, awed by their surroundings '
stock-raising are the principal sourcesof
daily sawed. He is now loading two vessels -an alleged creditor of his intestate the and I
have written back what he calls
wealth in this section. Mr. D. R. Towns creditor is not, under the statutes of this ; they condolingwith the mystery of death," ; R

has a fine grove near the town fronting on for Boston, three for Matanzas, one for State, a competent witness in regard to any the dwellers in a most miserable. are not critically acute to his brilliant inconsistencies I' I

the lake. He recently sold ten acres to Mrt Bridgeport and three for Havana, while two transaction or communication between him climate ; they have in their charity sent nor inclined to test their co- t ,
are expected daily from Mexico. Ten vessels and the deceased unless such administratoris boxes of flowers from the sunny South to herency.A .
Henry Bushnell and thirty to Mr.V.. D. examined to such transaction in his own
Lewis I would occupy too much space i iI il constantly chartered to carry timber. behalf, or testimony of such deceased personas : sicken in the yellow light of perpetual fogs, bronze statue to Professor Henry, who
Between 500 and GOO hands and 100 mules and to die in the of be called the J
attempted to mention all the groves and to it is given in evidence. atmosphere inevitablegas. may father of the Smithsonian
are daily employed, and exceptionally as 6. Unless the case presented by the recordis
the owners all along the lake, the run and one in which there is a plain and adequate To them fine weather has been a Institution, inasmuch as he devised its plan

it the river. On either side orange groves lin saw-logs remedy at law, or jurisdictional defect, monotony ; to those here an almost lost and controlled its administration for more f 1

I the banks. In some places they come down range while a tug is or extreme multifariousness is disclosed, it is hope. It is the Londoner, and the Londoner than thirty years, was unveiled Thursday

to the water's edge ; in others, the low flatlands running constantly to tow rafts of these the practice of this court where the decree is alone, the man who has stuck to his i afternoon in the beautiful grounds of the : t
timbers to their various places. Mr. Darby, otherwise proper to disregard objections of a and who has deserted it who institute with I
subject to overflow extend back froma city, never appropriate ceremonies. It '
1
technical
character made here for the first
who is
29 old
few yards to half a mile. Some of the only years came to Florida a time. Hence, a defendant to a bill of inter- has sighed over the desolate parks and the was witnessed by large concourse of people. ;i!

finest groves in this section are on pine land. few years since poor in purse, but rich in pleader after unsuccessfully contesting the sullen skies. These are the ones who can The :National Academy of Sciences, which I I

That owned by Mrs. Marsh is one of the energy, enterprise and intelligence. He has claim of a co-defendant, and after decree to appreciate the delightful reaction of the past was holding its annual meeting in the ,'

II best ; it is within one mile of the depot, and with worked the himself foremost up in until the to-day State as he a stands man interplead, will not between be permitted themselves to object not objectedto here for few days. Men have grumbled, and who National Museum building close by, participated !

,I of some six or eight acres, most of the treesin with fine business capacity and promising the first time that the bill is brought by such can wonder at it? They have met one in the ceremonies, and the bright a

full bearing. I measured one(said to be 17 prospects of wealth. I next went throughthe co-defendant in the capacity of surviving another in the streets, finding but one com day lent glory to the honors paid to the a
new and finely-equipped mill of Mr. C. partner ofa firm against himself and another
mon chord human affliction-the detestable memory of the distinguished scientist.
old) that four feet and three ;
years was A. Fairchilds, which having a capacity of as>administrators of the estate of his deceased
inches one foot from the ground. This tree 30,000 feet per day, gets up its stock in the partner. weather. As plants refuse to live save The civil service commissioners are now I (

has grown as many as eight thousand oranges very best style, and ships it to Fernandina, Decree affirmed.C. under the cheering influences of the sun, so installed in their headquarters in the annex .

in a single season. There is a tree New York and the South American ports. P. and J. C. Cooper, for Appellant ; does the "man who works and feels hworks" e of the Agricultural Department. They have
Correspondence Times- Union. John E. Hartridge and W. B. Young for :,
rebel at toil under the depressing received applications for office from
four miles south of this place which excels Appellees.R. : every

anything I ever heard of. It bore ten thousand THE DUST OF CHRISTOPHER CO- veil of an impenetrable fog. He awakes State of the Union, and the mail brings

oranges this season. The owner tells LU..1IBUS. B. Post and A. M. Hobby vs. E. C. Love, under disheartening circumstances; he retires them daily. These applications are filed i

me that he shipped forty boxes besides those PITTSBURG, P A., March 26.-On Saturday as :Mary executor A. Gilchrist of the last, deceased will and, garnishee-testamentof to rest unexercised and unrefreshed. away for the present, but as soon as the I
afternoon Messrs.Atterbury&Co. It is not the cold of London's winter he President and Cabinet shall have
stolen and eaten, which he is sure would b ,glass mane Appeal( from Gadsden county. approved
ufacturers of this city, received a letter from dreads ; he could bear that in cheerfulness. of the rules prepared by the commission for }
to make
ten
enough thousand. A few days San RANDALL, C. J. : ,
Domingo, stating that they wanted a It is the succession of from bad the conduct of "
ago a steamboat company was organized glass urn in which to place the remains of 1. A writ of garnishment will' not lie changes to examination for entry into

here, to be known as the" PanasoffkeeNav- Christopher Columbus, the discoverer of against an executor during the progress of worse, from depression to despair. First the public service, and for promotions, 'a

igation Company." As soon as boats America. The communication asks for a the administration of debtor.an estate to reach a comes fog, then rain then damp, then cold, blank will be prepared in the nature of a
can
design and an estimate of the cost. The let- legacy bequeathed to a then damp breezes, and then an east wind
reply to these letters. It
be secured a line will be placed on the riverf 2. Whether such garnishment may be sus- will contain instructions ,
that
ter stipulated the urn must be large that cuts the very body in two. It is only
om here to Magnolia Bluff; also down the enough to hold the casket with the lid open, tained after an accounting in the probate by cutting out the day altogether, by draw as to how an applicant shall proceed

river to some point near Camp Issard.-Correspondence that the inscription may be visible. The office and an order made directing paymentof ing the curtains and piling up the fire, by in order to appear before the Board for

Cedar Key:Journal. urn must be ornamental, yet nothing in the the legacy affirmed., quere f ignoring the pretence of illumination from examination. It is thought the rules will t
design must interfere with clear view of Judgment and it from thcompany's
a the sky, depending e
I Hlllsborough.ORANGE upon be
J. W. Malone for P. a practical and fair test of
Appellants; George proficiency
the casket while it
was particularly stipulated meter, that any successful head
SHIPMENTS.-During the present that the be Raney, for Appellee. among those competing for Government
urn must graceful and attractive way is ever made against the tide of dolors.
year, that is from April 11, 1882, to April 11, in appearance. There can be little When the last leaf has fallen from the tree places.

1883, we have, after considerable trouble, of Columbus left, judging from the! measurements Jonah Hinson Woodberry deceased, executor etc., of John A. W.P. London goes into penal servitude longingfor Considerable uneasiness has been manifested -
furnished. The within the Appellant, vs. the time when the of her
gates prison-
obtained a correct and authentic report ol space Matherson, executor of, etc., of Mary by a large number of Government
r urn must be 17.94 inches in length, 8.19 house shall be unlocked, and freedom ob
: our fruit market, and are enabled to let inches in width, and 13.65 inches in depth. Hinson deceased, Appellee Gadsden tained once more. employ over a remark of Judge Thoman,

those who take an interest in South Florida Columbus discovered America in 1492. county. The time of release has come, the spirits the only Democrat on the board of civil &

affairs know the magnitude of the orangetraffic Nine years hence will bring the four hun- VAN VALKE BURGH, J. : revive, the world of working London beginsto service examiners. He is reported to have
," done in and dredth anniversary of that notable event. 1. When the wife survives the husband breathe again.
through Tampa. Why not have a grand inter-American cele- and becomes entitled to dower in his real For winter's rains and ruins are over, said that there was nothing in the terms of

Oranges bought and shipped b- bration ? Let it be held in Central America, and personal estate, but dies before it is allotted And time remembered is grief forgotten, the civil service bill that would prevent a
Jas. D. Clarke& Co...... ............ .
: .... 724,412 Mexico, or in Florida or Texas. Perhapsmore and set apart to her, her personal l And frosts are slain and flowers begotten Democratic President discharging
Wm. Malm.. ................................ 2,000 could be done to advance American representative can sustain an action against And in underwood and cover every
C. L. Friebele........ ........ green clerk in Government office if he should c
8' .. ......_... 405,529 ideas, American implements, and American the personal representative of the husband,, Blossom by blossom the spring begins."
P. Hayden.............................._ 14,000 civilization, by holding it in Mexico. There to have the dower in such deceased husband's think proper to do so. t

E. A. Clarke & Co_........................1,017,799 the other nations of this continent would personal estate set apart to him. AT the port of London alone, 235,000.000oranges' Ex-Senator Kellogg, of Louisiana, who
J' II. Krause................................ 160,000 meet with our people, and the event, inter 2. Dower in its technical and ac- arrived between October 1, 1882, has 'been connected with
D'; Chins & Son.......... ......,........... 100,000 esting the whole of us alike, would be ception, refers exclusively to rea popular, ac and March 9 1883 During this time heavy I nearly all .the
JN G. FerrIs............................._.... 20,000 brought to mind and discussed anew, so that cording to Blackstone, has reference to shipments went, also to Liverpool and to crimes of Republican misrule, State, or

John Jackson..,............,............,.. 49,000, the people of our continent would feel that that portion of the lands or tenements of a Hull, as well; as lesser ones to Glasgow, Bristol national, was this week indicted for complicity -

Miller & Henderson.....................1,262,300 we have, to some extent, one common in- man, which his widow enjoys during her and several smaller ports. in the star-route frauds, and has retained
Miscellaneous from Tampa............ 678,004 terest. life after the death of her husband//' In
Miscellaneous from country........... 767,892 Doubtless the urn containing the dust ol f this State, however, it has a broader signifi Should the home market be overstocked, as his attorney Charles Reed, of ,

Columbus could be secured for the occasion, cation by statute, including her interest, not which is not probable, an immense foreign Chicago, who will be remembered as one of

Total number of oranges...........5,201,132 and it would attract a crowd. only in the realty, but also in the person demand will exist. the counsel for Guiteau.




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t J., "'' ""' '"" to: I OU. find marks on her head." One hour, two hours passed, and oursisterstill She turned her face to the pillow, and 4 Why 2 Are frightened of (
*. > j "She can't have burned herself," said lay motionless. Mother and Edward burst into tears. "Oh," she said, "I wish I ban?' you a green tUr-

4; !, If I could have my dearest wish!:! fulfilled, mother, turning; there's s no fire here:' grew fidgety, and asked Dr. Arnot whether could. I have told you I felt I was someone Not frightened but turban
t.1 "..41Hi ;? : And take my choice of all earth's treasures, You must have been telling her some of be had better do something to rouse her from else, or as if I and someone were-were one,' its sight will make me; turn a green nauseous to the by
.' 1.t too your atrocious yarns," said I. : her sleep. He so far yielded to their urg- and I thought I turned and turned, but end of my life for I never
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;:i I ti. Or choose from heaven whatsoe'er I willed, Some of my atrocious yarns, young un !" ing as to feel her pulse again and to use his could not see the face. Oh, I wish I could death as when I last saw one. You so wish near
to
H j I ',, I'd ask for you. he exclaimed with some heat. "I declare- stethoscope, but be ended with "wait a tell you, Edward; for if you don't find who hear about that? After visiting Fez and
,, j' Lotty would bear me out if she were properly little it is I shall die! I feel as if that person had Ieknez, I thought I should like t.o do
j : ? No man I'd neither low nor high awake I told her of this sort all It 9 o'clock when with sudden as
I' t envy nothing at ; was 'nearly a my life and were drawing it out of me 1" Rholf did, amY visit 'Yazan, the Sacred
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fi !.} ::;.r] Nor king in castle old or palace new, I did certainly mention something abojit; a tremor as of fresh life through her City, before the rainy season set in. I
:#' ; '\; I'd hold Golconda's mines less rich than I, nigger-that nigger off Cuba. But, my boy, limbs and a painful flushing of the face, she II. out for :Meknez in the of a Jewish set

., .41: ,. .i.... ":, If I had you. a yarn would never operate in this way:and opened her eyes and turned towards us. We In the end of June we received the following merchant, and after some company distances joined a
; produce burns and b'ruises.:) I say, mother, were eager to question her, but again the cavalcade of
i ; letter from Edward : pilgrims from Tablet,
; r Toil and privation, and care beyond
poverty
1 we must send for Dr. Arnot. There must doctor said wait a little. He ordered a cup the Atlas who
t. I ; :..l1\: Undaunted I'd defy, nor fortune woo, be something serious the matter with-the of tea for her. When that was drunk he "S. S. FALCON, Bay of Tangier, were traveling to Wazan to
the Grand
ti ::,. ;::2;". Having my wife, no jewel else I'd wear, poor girl. We'd better let her be till: he began gently to question her. MOROCCO, :May 20, 187-.} see be cured his Shereef touch., to kiss his hand and
t by
t: :,4! If she were you. comes." Had she slept quite soundly since her last You will be surprised to receive this They were a wild
I.' + 1. company, and I confess I was from the first
Dr. Arnot retired lecturer ? kind of letter so soon after my last, with its wordsof
a hospital on waking Quite. No
p. : ::. ,.:. Little I'd care how lovely she might be disturbing afraid of them. On the third day I had
: '.
of
: no hope success. You will that I
and administered see
/ pathology, who lived in our village dream had visited her? None none at all;
i How with charm how fond reason. I had lingered a little behind
'. graced every to all the neighborhoodadministering her sleep bad been quite vacant. Had she am out of the Mediterranean. This is howit to
f '
examine
t;. tot;' 1J'{..: how true; not only physic but also counsel any idea what had set her off in thatstrange $has come about. The owners having when I a plant that looked like a cactus
set andstripped
E'ven she'd be was by three of them
J ; though perfection, naught heard, I of the famine the upon
..'''' and consolation, much after the manner of dream he had been told of? She could not suppose among of
f.tj, r'/1 f (.., tome Balsac's Dr. Benassis-was sent for, and we guess. Would she mind repeating it to :Moors, telegraphed to me at Port Said to everything except my shirt and
slippers
,.1" 'r-!-.... Were she not you. sat down to puzzle over the mystery till he him ? She told it to him as she had told it ship a cargo of grain and come on toTangier ;everything my mule my instruments and my
money, they went off
left
r and Mogador. Now I'm ,
.' JJ; should come. Tea was waiting, but we had to us. constantly finding
half
There is lying senseless
charm for me and
( more true loving bareheaded in
; > my out when I think
everything's to
I *' heart no mind or appetite for tea. "Now, said he, "think, recollect. Is gone the sun. After while
: a awoke with
'. : };.ar. In think "I have read, you know," said I "-you there no one abroad, in the East, perhaps, jumble, that something or other happensthat head burning and my
: : everything you or or do throbbing, determined to
i say shows me that I'm no better than a
must have read it too Edward who has been in deal
: : Than all the that heaven could e'er impart your thoughts a good pursue my way to Wazan and bring
) joys heathen and
: that in this world my
: things really
No he "I'm sure I in whom take interest
!;1t interrupted pretty lately, you a great robbers to punishment. I knew that I
I fit and work like the tackling of was
'. : haven't if you've read it re a scholar of whom have thought to-day, maybe? a ship.
I'7 't t.; Because it's ; you you out of the route to Fez, and that on the bare
lit, *:iHf you. She Edwardlookedat That is not a remarkably wise or clear
'. l' and our reading does not commonly cross. paled a little.glanced at trackless plain we
were traversing,there was
\ \ moral, but you'll what I
see presently
l\l\ What is itT' her hands, shook her head, and said : little hope of coming traveler
upon any or
,; !..:,, THE GREEN TURBAN. Well, that nuns, devout and fasting,by No." mean.
::1 even upon an inhabited duar but I knew
I- .!" 1- r long contemplation of the crucifix have pro- "You mean," said the doctor, "no one wheat I arrived off this port with a fine cargoof too, that Wazan was due north,and I struggled ,-
Il .: I. duced the stigmata-the marks of the but your brother, who may soon be abroad. yesterday. This morning very on. Ah, my dear friend if I could tell
\\l l'S, ; 1 ':; f It was October 24, 187and the thick, wounds, you know-on their own bodies." You are quite sure there is no one else you early half I dozen landed-after being fought for by you all I did suffer you would not believe I
i. ..' '; melancholy afternoon was sinking into But Lottysaid Edward, is not a nun, are much interested in, who may now be a yelling natives-I landed on could suffer and still be sitting here well
+ the, back, or rather the shoulders of
"I' -' ;;/ murky night. We sat, that is, I, the youngest she does not fast; surely you don't think abroad? Moor a and glad, talking to you. I did not sleep
< ... : ;.-: of the family, our old invalid mother, she's been contemplating a scarred figure. Quite sure, doctor; I have said so." she swarthy with a smooth shaven poll. that night ; I lay in a delirium. In the
> I
i -: ', and Edward Still, Jim, lad. I daresay there's somethingin replied a little petulantly. was walking along, sometimes squeezedup
t ,. ,just returned from a voyage to morning I found a spring full of tortoises ;
.. .,";, '. ,. idea if could find it. Now You will dear said Dr. against the wall by a groaning camel,
: San Francisco-we sat about the fire in the your we you excuse me, my but that the people like,.they say it makes
'.. I: :' long, low drawing-room, while our sister know, I feel almost sure that's a real vision Arnot; but you know it is not mere sometimes abominable stumbling into a bole in the the water good. I drank, and I found some
I ':'I Charlotte went to her own room to lie down. she's had ; something is going to happen curiosity that makes me question you closely, hailed street, or lane when I heard berries and ate. Later in the dayjl: came
.. : She had taken a long walk by the cliffs and like that. The green turban, now you don't but scientific inquiry. I want to see there myself" : upon a duar of twelve tents. I received
4 the sands with Edward-too long, he think anything of that particular, but I just is not some intelligent cause foryour strange Hi Captain Raven !I'eI some milk, shelter, and rest for that day and
.' recollect when I used to to the and dream and for these I looked round and up, but I could see
J. ; thought, considering that she had just recovered voyage very peculiar night, and next morning I set out with an
I / Levant all the white and dirty turbans marks nobody. But in a twinkling a door close to
:
: from a prostration consequent on a among very extraordinary upon you. additional piece of clothing upon me. Well,
'.. I' too assiduous nursing of mother-and he I have seen, I never saw one green, butI I suppose," said she, "it is one of those me flew opened and a man in European dress I say no more about those days. On the

'.:' 1' :w kept glancing anxiously toward the door as have heard they are worn on great occasions strange things that happen to some people, and at kissed me, threw his arms round my neck fifth day, about sundown, I was out of the
'. if he would follow her. by those who claim to be direct descendants and that you read about, and that nobodycan me. You may guess how as- hot glaring plain, and close to a cool groveof
tonished and
,A "Poor Lotty," he said "I'm afraid she's of the prophet-the false prophet explain. I wish you would give me put-out I felt. Now. who do tamarisk trees, outside the little white
think
,::" not nearly well yet, mother; and she complained Mahomet, you know. It's a vision, depend! something, Dr. Arnot, for these sore places you little German it was doctor? You that remember sailed the with bonny me town of Wazan. I plunged into the shade,

j!' when we were out of her es smarting .on't. pain me a great deal. when I and as I went deeper, I came upon fruit
; in the Baltic and
i, with the sea air." But you don't think that burns would So nothing came of the doctor's inquiry.But was Archangeltrade trees and upon melons. I tore open a melon
l4 ,:(c t "She's been far from strong for a good Inflict themselves in a vision before they have- though the pain passed in a day or two and that I brought home with me to and drank, and I ate of the delicious fruit
; while now, poor child, said the mother; ever been made?" from the stigma, the scar remained. She see you about two years ago? Well, it was and went on. And now through the trees I
t J *' and she's been a poor one to sleep since "'V ell," said Edward, "we'll hear what seldom left her bed, and when she did she he-Herr Benigsen *' saw a building ; I thought it was a kubba,
:/. she watched with me so much. I hope she's Dr. Arnot says.:' .' crept solicitous and cat-like about the house, "What" the deuce, I cried, staring at" or tomb of a saint and I took off my slip-
L ."..,71' not going to be ill." Dr. Arnot was very fond of our sister, and and cat-like was found gone to sleep in odd him- "what the deuce" are you doing here? pers, as a true believer should do on holy
.' : r t At this suggestion we sat silent! and looked he came at once to our summons. In a few corners. She seldom spoke and when she "Me, said" he-he why not I as well as ground. I pressed on, and came out into
'\J at the fire. We sat thus for some time until minutes more he was ushered into the room was spoken to it seemed only with great you? But, said "come in herewith" the open, and tHen I saw that it was no
t k ,:..tL! our servant entered and announced that tea where we were. We told him what had effort that she gave her attention. me", or we shall be trodden to death. kubba that was before me,but a magnificent
e. :, :' ..,:;.' was ready. We had little more than sat happened, and he went and looked at Charlotte Now I may say, without appearing too I went in with him, but only for a min- palace-the palace of the Grand Shereef, I .
ute because I told him businessman ,
)I'' down when we were startled by a shriek, suspicious, that I was convinced from Char ; as my guessed. Then, it is impossible to say why,
I' '. t and the servant rushed back into the dining- "Um-m Very feeble pulse, but steady lotte's manner before the doctor, and from a Moorish Jew, would be waiting for an immense disgust came upon me of my
I ,. 1.,; ,"',; room as pale as a discloth. enough. Have you looked at her head?" her subsequent behavior, that she had made me." wanderings, and I longed to be out of this
.t. ,, 'I.;h" "Oh, missus! she cried ; oh master !1t. We had not. He looked, and discovered a some discovery, or that she entertained some It is Moses Secsu, I know, said he. He lovely, treacherous, lying-in-wait land ; I
e '.' -i- But I'ejust met Miss Charlotte at the door discolored spot just upon the cerebellum 1 guess which she was either afraid or ashamedto noticed that I stared, and he said Moses desired wings to fly away ; but I was very

:: .::J ,of her room looking so fears me like, and "It's very remarkable. Mrs. Raven will impart to any one. I kept my convictionto does nearly bring"grain all this trade you're in-I know weary, and I only found a secluded spot to
t.;-. ," t, she caught hold of me and tried to speak, you kindly undo her sleeve a little?" He myself, because I knew that when badly you from Alexandria. Moses lie down and go to sleep in. I had a little
,,' looked at the scar.u It's most extraordinary mentioned it would rather baseless told me ; he is of my religion. I know him
a; : but couldn't, and it shook me so sudden closely a appear more than laid down when I received a violent "
ti, 4 ':i t: and she looked so queer that I ran away !I" case! N'everknew anything likeit and especially because I could not suggest I well. Now you will go on with the man blow on the back of the head. I rose to '
.. I'; In an instant we were all out of the room before She has slept pretty quietly since what her discovery or her guess might that was guiding you, and I will come at my knees and looked round and saw standing
t and into Charlotte's. She lay on her bed she spoke to you?" be.But once-at once, my dear friend, and we shall over me one whom I knew to be a She-

i ,'L,, I. either asleep or in a faint ,. He stood watching her and holding her the truth of my conviction was soon have. a big talk.. reef by his green turban
I and did
went business with
r : l' "She has fainted," said mother. wrist for some moments, and then turned established. It would be about a fortnightor Secsu. There on my be 'So you're the man, then ?' I said. 'But
not much
r was to done except -
.; .' "But what is this?" exclaimed Edward, away and sat down in silence. three weeks after, that Edward received '
f a to about the unloading. And I go on.
,', showing a large scar across her left wrist. What do you think of it, Doctor?" asked from Liverpool t\.. o letters on the same day, was arrange glad that Secsu (a fine man for a He stared at me a moment, and wenton.
) a Get some water said he to me, while Edward, after a decorous pause. "I think the one offering him the command of a large Jew)very took the trouble of It off my hands, for .
t, :, mother produced her smelling salts. it's an extraordinary: vision she's had of steamer trading and carrying passengers to this Tangier is a beast of a place to unload a '-and I knew him to be what they

"fT. ; Edward chanced to touch, perhaps to something that's going to happen to some of Charleston and New-Orleans, and the other cargo in ; there's no harbor, no pier, every- call physician by the figures on his body
c"' ;a. press, her left hand, and that did more than us-to me may be." the command of a steamer trading to Alex- thing has to be beached. (There was a fine dress, and by his pen of charcoal which their
f' "" either the salts or the water to bring herd "Ah perhaps it is, Captain." andria and the Levant. It was plain the pier-a mole once-you can see the ruins of physicians always carry.
"" I '. round. She winced as with pain, withdrew Jim thinks-- he repeated what I American voyage was likely to be the more it in the water built by us English whenwe Dog!' he cried Moghrebbin: I have
'
\ .; her hand, looked slowly upon us, and then had said. profitable, but Charlotte looked in a scared, possessed Tangier two hundred or so followed you; I have found you out See !l'
.1 L with a sudden turn glanced fearfully behind Ah," said he, and he gave me a glanceof eager way at Edward and exclaimed ; years ago ; but when we vacated the town and he pointed to my feet. Has a true be-
;' ', her. investigation, and turned his chair more Don't take that ship, Edward !" then she we performed fine dog-in-the-manger trick liever hard things on his toes ; or the toes
j" :. :Have you found him? Have you seen toward us, "that suggestion looks in the colored oddly and looked constrained, and worthy of the blessed memory of King crooked as you have? You are a Christian !
1., I him?" she demanded. proper direction ; your notion, Captain, accounts added : "Is it not much more interestingand Charles II.-we pulled the mole to pieces, You shall no longer deceive the people with
> '.'fi', "Him?" we glanced at her and at each I I for the story, but not for the stig safe to sail Mediterranean: and to and now we suffer more from its loss than your N'zareny sorcery !'

ti t"'" r other. "Who?" mata. Let me tell you something which visit the romantic East thatr to cross the At- any other people.) '* With that he seized me by the neck, l

'f,, "Oh," said she, after a reflective pause, will bring the suggestion a step nearer your lantic at this time of the year, and to squabble Well, I had just about finished when incomes held my arms to his sides with his knees,
1; ; "I suppose it must have been merely a sister's case. I knew a lady who one day and haggle with niggers and cotton salesmen Benigsen. We had breakfasted with and snatched a red-hot iron from his pan. I
'.1' !,\ 4 .:' horrid dream." Saying this she raised her from the end of the hall saw the door swingto ?" the Secsu family, consisting of the father struggled and got one hand free, and the
.; f:' hand and saw the scar across her wrist. On in a sudden draught upon the fingers of Nothing was said in answer to this, thoughall and mother, a clever, bright boy of four iron that was intended for my eyes burned
,.. :. .\; ; the instant she sat up pale and rigid. her little boy. She was so struck with horror three of us were struck by her peculiar teen, who speaks English and two fine this hand, as you see. I was struggling still
I; :,,; "Then," she cried, "it must have been for the moment that she could not stir or manner. This was in the evening. Next daughters with fine eyes, that look upon more when I saw a man of tine figure and
:; t ",: But here you all are! And-here's my hand cry out, but she felt a sudden dart of pain morning I was in the book-recess" of the you in a sweet manner. The house had a pure white dress pass slowly near the pal-
," f! ''i :,;s, like this, and-do you see anything at the into her own fingers, which made her almost many cornered room we called the study, central court, with a fountain in the middle ace, and I called aloud, Abd-es SalamI Abd-
,".,: ; : : back of my neck? It is sore, too-I can't faint. She heard no cry from the door; she leaning with a book in my hand against the and flowers in pots: in the English fash- es-Salam !' That is the name of the Grand
; ) t \: understand it." She seemed ready to burst went and opened it. The boy was unhurt, wall and half hid by a curtain, and Edwardwas ion, and a veranda all round. We went out Shereef, and I guessed the man may be he,

Y ',, t t\, into tears, though she was usually the but her fingers were as if caught in the door, sitting at the table writing letters when and sat to take coffee and to smoke and talk. and so I cried aloud ; for it is the law, or the
L f'," bravest hearted of girls. and I thought they had been when I wentto Charlotte entered. She took up a book and Now note me; perhaps I have wearied you custom, that if you see the Sultan or the
r .f :t "Come, Lotty, my girl," said Edward, see her. I have heard of several similar remained standing, but when Edward's a little with my yarn up to this, but the gist Grand Shereef and call upon his name he
: 1 ; patting and soothing her "Try apd be the cases-all women, and women of extreme glance returned to his writing her eyes turned of it is coming now. must consider your case.'

i: 1! ; brave girl I have always boasted my sister sensibility. Now, your sister's case is in upon him anxious and eager. But tell me, doctor," I said to Benigsen, Just so,' said I. 'It came all right of
': was. Collect! yourself and remember. Tell some of its features like these. She is very "Are you writing to accept that American how is it thatIfindycu in Tangier? When course, or you wouldn't be here. Now, Dr.

fr', us what troubles you, my dear-how all sensitive, and her sensitiveness has been increased ship, Edward you left my ship you were going to settle Benigsen, I have always liked you, and I
: a f .' this came about. by recent illness; she has the stigmata I am going to, Lotty. Why, what's the down to practice your profession at home in won't use strong language to you, especially
: 'AF I suppose I was dreaming," said she I (or, rather the stigma), and not only matter, my girl?" Bavaria, and I find you practicing don't considering you have had such a shave ; but
: i had just come in, I thought, from a wide, the stigma but the pain. But, so far as we Oh, I don't know what to say ; but don't know what-in :Morocco. How comes that why the devil couldn't you get through
$ ; wide sandy plain, where the heat was so can see, it wants the most essential" pointa take that ship, Edward !I" about?" your trouble without bothering my sister
r .y} great I could see the air as it were simmering sufficient antecedent cause. In the case I "Why, poppet Have you been think- 'Ah, my dear friend,' said he, I did say about it!P
I t and I found myself in a delicious, cool have mentioned there was that; the mothersaw ing something may happen to me? Have that. But when I got Munich: I could Your sister?' You should have seen
d .; garden, where the air was laden with rich, her boy bruised, as she thought, before you been dreaming again ? Come, sit down, not rest. :My father dead, my mother dead, him look at me and from me to Secsu. 'It
? 1\ sweet scents, and where I saw roses-not her. eyes. I can't consider that merely to. my girl. my sister dead all my family dead except is impossible for me to understand what you
tV+, :, small English ones, but great things like dream of being stunned and burned is She went and stood by him and looked myself. I became very low spirited. I hap- mean.'
; peonies-and orange trees, and a tangle of enough to produce marks so very like thoseof down. -IJCliRohlfs. --' ..:I t o rea d tl."" t"avels of n.'. 00..1.,1 Now' said I. 'that happened last Oc-
sweet and beautiful trees and flowers and stunning and burning; there must, I "I have been dreaming again" said she, in Morocco; :.Jy ;know the bk? tober, you said; October the.24th..'

i ; H.,i shrubs that I did not know. I wandered think, have been some stronger compellingcause "but the same kind of dream as before. and I wanted to come here, too, especially *Perhaps it was one day in the end of
r ; ;. about seeking something, I don't know and what that is we must try to find Twice-a week ago and last night-I dreamtI when I heard that my religionists in this October,' said he.
i what, when I came out upon an open place out. You don't happen to know whether was lying in great distress, with horrible country were in such a bad way. I came to Now,' said I, don't try to get out onto
? and saw before me a great dazzling white there is any one abroad shs is very much things creeping and crawling about me- this country, like Rohlfs, with only a few On the same day, and at the same hour, my :
t building with a court or verandah. I interested in, and-and who is very much ugh 1 and the face in the green turban came, moneys in my purse, but my friend here- sister Charlotte saw and felt the same thingsas
looked into the shade of the court and I interested in her?" and he grasped me by the wrist and then it Pray," said Secsu, 'tell the illustrious you saw and felt;' and I told him all

thought it was-oh, so beautiful The floor "A lover, d'you mean?'* said Edward, all dissolved, and I felt somehow I was not gentleman, your friend, the story you haveto about it.
.".. was all wonderfully small and bright, and including mother and me in his look of in- myself, but someone else; and I'm sure some tell, and linger not upon trifles. It is,' said he, 'a very remarkable coin-
delicate mosaic work, and the walls seemed quiry. friend is lying in some horrible prison in the 'Well,' said Benigsen, 'I inquired about cidence.'
painted or inlaid in a very minute curious "I don't think there is," said I. East and wants our help. So if yon don't the best way of getting right into this won Coincidence be hanged !l' said I. You
:, patterns in all sorts of colors. I suddenly I'm sure there's not," said mother; no take the ship for the East, Edward, I don't derful country ; and I was told by every- did it, if a doctor's word and your own evi-
i saw a figure appear on one corner and then girl could be freer from such a thing.. How- know what I shall do." And she looked ex- body that I must become Mohametan ; II dence is worth anything!t' (I was getting

1, r disappear; it was completely wrapped in a ever, you had better ask her yourself doctor, ceedingly distressed. faut raser la t te.. Being a Jew I could pass warm, you see, and he was getting' to look* ,
4. white mantle, all except the head, and that when she wakes." But the East, my girl," said he, means for Mohametan quicker than others, if I cold and pale.) 'Dr. Arnot, said I, a
r > was black and woolly like a negro's. I was Yes," said he, "go b all means. I shall i a great deal." learnt the language and shaved the head. I clever man-you know him-said that onlyto
'; just thinking whether I should go on or go sit by her till she wakes.When Couldn't you go to the prisons and findif lived here with Secsu for six months and dream of stunning, and burning, and
back, when I received a heavy blow on the we returned he had his notebookon there was any one you know there?'' learnt Moghrebbin: and practiced my stabbing is not enough to produce the effectof
', back of my head; that brought me to my his knee, and he was writing rapidly.We Can I go the round of the prisons and profession among my people ; and then I set all the three; he said the only way was
u : a knees, and I turned round and saw a dark disposed ourselves here and there till ask if there is anybody inside who knows out dressed like a Moor, with a caravan for for some strong sympathy, he called it, to
r thin, ferocious face, with burning eyes andl he had finished writing and shut up his Captain Raven? Even if they would let me Fez.' be between the girl and some one else to
: a black beard, and a great green turban. I note-book enter the prisons, it would take a year or When was that?' I asked. carry the effect from one to the other along
1 had just seen it when I saw a hand with a "She has not stirred yet said he.U Thisis two to go through them-Syria, Egypt, 'A year ago last April,' he answered. It the string. The girl didn't know anythingof
a I at red-hot iron come to my eyes; I struggled, to me the most interesting case. I have Tripoli, Tunis, and all around where they was all new and beautiful to me to ride where you were or what was happeningto
; ; and in my struggle I brought ray hand up ever observed; it seems to me a new departure happen to wear turbans." along roads that were no roads; to bejoinedon you, though I suspect she must have
to my face and the iron burned my wrist in these strange studies of the mar- Is there no particular place where they the way by strangers in their beautiful thought of you sometimes, so you must
r r' here as you see it. I somehow got away velous power of the mind over the body. wear green turbans?" Moorish dress, on horses or mules, with have telegraphed the things on. And a
,+ from the man, and I saw the person with Marvelous I miraculous, some people would "Not that I know of." wonderful things to tell and to ask, and to mean, cowardly thing,' said I, 'I think it is,
t the white mantle again, and I called out to call them, because they occur so seldom and What shall I do? Oh. it will be on my be passed by the silent cavalcade of the Benigsen, that you should putyour troubleson
f him, and I knew no more. Oh, I feel so are therefore so little understood. In the conscience, and he will keep coming to ne harera'of an Arab sheikh of the plains all my sister-try to put your pains on her.
a' y sore and sleepy; let me be." And she cases I have known or heard of before, intense in dreams. I know he will." swathed from view, or by a dashing band of That's what I think of it; and a very shab-
settled herself again on the bed and passed sympathy has through natural sightset "He? Who?" horsemen, with white flowing balks' by business it is, in my opinion.:
is into sleep. flowing a current of such magnetic forceas "Who?" she repeated, looking strangely What is a balk ?' I asked. He looked at me.
ti. f Mother was now so excited with fear that to make two persons as if they were nonplussed, I thought. The man in the 'That white bit of stuff you see the :But,' said I, 'look as you like, you
u r l she forgot her own weakness, and shook one." green turban." Moors wrap about their necks and shoulders can't look me out of that, especially when I

1 Charlotte and talked to her with energy to "Do you believe in mesmerism, doctor?" Well, my dear," said Edward, "you and cover their heads with. I expectedto know you've been at my sister's several
$', rouse her. interposed Edward abruptly. know that I'd do anything to save your see them all wearing turbans but they times since, troubling and upsetting her. It
'' ,; Now, Lotty! Charlotte! Don't be foolish I.e I Certainly; mesmerism is a fact. Now." little finger from an ache. It doesn't matterto don't wear the turban much.: may be going on yet for all I know. You
Dpn't give way in this fashion 1" continued he, "it would be of great interestto me; I'll take Mediterranean: ship,and to' Now, that mention of turbans sets me give me some sort of satisfaction. Benigsen will
Better let her alone, mother said Ed- discover that intense sympathy could accomplish make enquiries as I go along. Lotty,' said off and I asked him, Do you ever happento now that I have found you, that you :
ward, seeing this had no effect on his sisterS the same results through clairvoyance he, "you know that I am going to the Mediterranean see green turbans about these parts !I' not trouble the girl in' that way' any more.
but to make her start and mutter. This is instead of through natural sight, and on your errand ; would take it '''Very seldom',' said he, 'and I hope I '''Captain Raven, said he I will when

,, something we'don't understand: You see over any distance. I have made very full kind of you, if you can make. any sort of may never see another.' you prove to me that I have done anythingof sis-
here is the mark where she dreamed she was ,notes of this case; I shall watch it to the guess, that you should tell me whom I am. :My curiosity was roused, as you may my own will to trouble her. Your
burned, and I dare say if we looked we'd end." : to look for. guess, thinking of Charlotte, and I asked, ter-I will confess have sometimes thoughty



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of her since I saw her and talked with her in I where the light fell a dark face and green GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
your English home, but I have never done turban ; Charlotte even recollected-at least
anything besides. And this doctor who said she recollected-having noticed the ap- NOYES, --
talks about sympathies and clain'oyance-I pearance sometimes when sitting with her AB.
remember him-a foolish idealist, who mother. (Successor to W.:A. SAXBORX), H.E.DOTTERERI

would like to believe in spirit raps and me- "She could not help but see it," said Wholesale and Retail Dealer in _
dia, and to explain them by pseudo science Benigsen, triumphantly, "it is so clear. _
Pif! I am a man of science and doc- Now, my next point," said he, "is more dif- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF

tor myself, and I promise-here before Moses ficult. Miss Charlotte's mother has made
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN,
that if I do not to that the admission to me that her daughter-she "
Secsu- prove you .'t'I* lc *i
your sister's strange vision and marks were supposes from waiting so closely on her Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near -i-
not due to me, I will give her !5,000 on her night and day so long, and from rising up Steamboat Landing, 1 .
wedding day. Oh, yes, I have the moneyto so often not more than half awake, to get { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES
FLORIDA.
FERNANDINA
command; I am just preparing to leave her something-has frequently walked in ,

Tangier to attend to the estate of my uncle sleep from one part of the room to another, Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. r
newlv dead.' or from her room to her mother's, without Evans. Special rates Merchandise in
.'.Nell: said I, thinking, perhaps, we any one but her mother knowing of it; thatis
large quantities.
bad not seen properly into things, there is not to be surprised at, for a lady does not Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- EMBRACING NEA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF ; __ y.

often more inside to dreams than peopleguess like to have it known. Well, when she ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the
how will it?' went to bed that afternoon there was a tire _
; you prove best in the world.
FANCY
'Oh,' said he, 'I must come with you to in her room, although there was none when Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED IMPORTED GROCERIES..
your home in England' and look into the she woke up and when her brother came in ; PLOWS.

matter myself. You are going home,' said she knows there was a fire, because it before she she remembers Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS _
in
he 'after you have been to Mogador; I am burning paper VILLE. 33 If
,yoing to Bavaria now, to act according touiy went to bed. Now, from the nature of the
uncle's will. Meet me in London- case, I cannot make a demonstration ; I can PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
and first I would _
when ?' only present a suggestion ; .
'So I invited him, you see, not to Waltto beg to ask the young lady a question : Did Building Material _
meet me in London, but go straight on she not wish afterward that she had not ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

home and meet me there on September 5, burned that paper-I know not what the + _
the day before Charlctte's birthday.' paper was." -t "
Charlotte blushed and looked down :in BRICK, LIME, HAIR, TEAS
I need not quote this long epistle further. confusion and said : FINE COFFEES =

With its arrival Charlotte, who was stilltroubll.d "Yes." ttt
PLASTER, CEMENT, +
at intervals by the extra-
frequent continued he not she wish-
So"
,
may
and to
ordinary vision began to improve, ing in her sleep, have got out of the bed and SHINGLES TIlE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.
forward with feelings of her own, I
look ,gone to the fire, thinking to take back her
5. There had beenno
thought to September letter from the ashes, and so have burned DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. M
ask her if had never
need to Benigsen
her wrist the hot bar of the ? Now
on grate : ,
been in her thoughts before she had that NEW GOODS Received Steamer.
vision her telltale face when the metaphysicians, said he, with another PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT ., by Every
peculiar ; glance at Dr. Arnot, have long noted thata
fetter was read, sufficiently proclaimed that dream that seems to involve a long train 4
he had occupied her thoughts a good deal;
of events sometimes occupies than
no more
still, when the question was put to her, had Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERXAXDIXA, FtA. ,
a single moment of actual time. For instance -
:
FRED W. HOYT & GO'S
she not known whom her dream concerned? ,
that awoke the
a pistol report really --
she protested that she had not, though she sleeper has been known to give him an instantaneous SECOND STREET, Near Centre.
might have had more than one vague and
drawn-out series
yet apparently .
i
troublesome guess.I of adventures, including a quarrel, a challenge COLLINS&COIHARTFORDEstablished
must say I was surprised for my part at and a duel. The burn on :Miss Char-
Edward's simplicity in not suspecting (as he lotte's wrist (I suggest it), acting throughthe C. H. HUOTDEALER ,

appeared not to suspect) that the ready offer sense of touch upon an aching cerebellum : 1826.MANUFACTURERS : '

of this German Jewish doctor to come to weary limbs, and stimulated sight, IN- ,
our house to explain the mystery was not so produced on the instant the story we have
much prompted by love of science as by love heard ; the coming in from a wide sanely =11 4uII

of a" handmaid more attractive to young plain (she had been on the sands in the afternoon :
blood. I was not disposed (any more thanI ), the appearance of a shining palace !OI NTDIJERY

suppose Charlotte was) to blame the ad (which this house may have when the sun = ,
venturous doctor for his want of openness; is on it), the blow on the head, the face with

for, first of all, love delights in subterfuge, the green turban the almost ineffectual Groceries, Hardware, ,
and then there were special reasons why he struggle of the weary limbs!:!, the hot iron to Y
should say nothing to Edward of his love put out the eyes, and the burn on the wrist.. ---- r C
(supposing always he did love Charlotte) ; I would beg you to note,"> continued he, DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, -

for he was not only a foreigner, but of a race with a more particular inclination toward
with which, he doubtless knew, old fashioned Second Street
English folk are averse to intermar- diagnostic .

riage; and, after the peculiar revelations ofCharlotte's speak; I take that and the Tightness!: and vie FERNANDINA, FLA.
inclination to him, he might variety of the colors seen in the dream as
wish to assure himself by sight and speech evidence of the truth of my suggestion that

that he was still of the same mind regardingher the whole mystery is due after the burn to. FElt N \.N DIN A OF
before he should commit himself to a '
stimulation of deranged sight. f
proposal.We He sat down. '
were an anxious household on that We looked at the presentment of the face Axes Hatchets Picks

Edward September had 5 come, awaiting home Beni the day en's before arrival.and and we looked the green at each turban other.on the floor, and then {[STEAM } {[SAW.} {{MILL: } sAND

seeing the remarkable change in Charlotteand "Um-m," said Dr. Arnot to us in a low iIt. '. !It iIt- ---J. OTHER EXTRA QUALITY ,.._
t
her manifest flutter of shame and love
,
tone, "it seems very plausible. The chit
'
fear and hope look had looked around on us thing" he continued, raising, his voice, I C. II. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS. 1. _
with the of discoverer and
open a ex- find against your theory Dr. Benigsen, is
exclaimed, with seaman-like frankness and your own experience of the same things in Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS
irrelevance constantly on handJSJ.Lu.mber ,
: actuality at the same hour,though at a great HAS
Well. I'm blest!" distance." Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines. '

On the 5th it was evident that his sudden "To that," said Benigsen, "I would an:' Jby Cargoe's.Office .
Farmers will receive valuable Information catalogues &c.
weighed him and in a mo- ,
discovery upon saver as a famous doctor did in a similar case
ment of confidence he remarked to me: that the fact that my adventures befell then on Second Street. vieHOUSE. by writing to the makers"

"She seems to like it; I don't. I hope he instead of at some other time cannot affect COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York. r
won't come. I was a fool to ask him ; I this lady's case one way or the other, anymore do ...___ .... .
should have seen his drift. I don't believe than it can affect the doctrine ol
he 11 have any explanation to give at all,ex- chances." FURNISHING GOODS !

cept that absurd mesmerism, clairvoyance, "But hang it!I" exclaimed Edward, "if INDIGESTION CUARANTEED LOST TO APPETITE CURE ALL BILIOUSNESS CASES OF
;
something of that sort! you should both have been thinking of each. I DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH,
Yet he set out to meet Benigsen at the other at that time, wouldn't sympathy and COSTIVENESS ENLARCED SPLEEN. COLIC, &C. ,.s,
station, and in due course returned with that sort of thing "- We invite your attention to our I
"I J. R.Johnson M, D.. Abbeville.. Miss. .
Ber.J.B.Graves Ed\tnrand Proprietor "Baptist, Aug.Mamnhta. r
him.Dr. "Oh, interrupted Benigsen, "if you like; Te_..._.. RUTH 10.* .I. mmivivl anArkfuro_ of our IV I 11.1RK1 says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical" '
Arnot was invited, and came to hearth that explanation better, I do not object." I Liver w.awpu.Medicine j and have used about half of it. It! College,and have practiced thirty-five years. I use
promised explanation in the evening.In "But said I "how do account for Crockery 1 Glassware, I works like a charm.I want no better Liver Regulator [ Liver medicine in my practice. It is not only a Rood
,
you ,
|and certainly no more of Zeilin'a mixture. Medicine but it is a sovereign remedy for flux. ;
the meantime, Benigsen! had had a pri- the frequent repetition of the vision?" Eev.E.A.Hnffins Rev.J.8.Beasley,of Snmmerton, :,
vate conference with Charlotte, to receive timeth S 0.,Jan."82,says: I have used ZeU-
By the fact, he answered, "that it had- J Aug. 82 says: It i is the be c
from her own lips he said, the story of her happened and had and offer our Goods in these lines as low as I cine I haveiscaringmeofDyspepsia.Seudme ever taken in my life. It preparation great deal,but find | ;,
once produced a very your medicine altogether superior i
dream. It is prpbable that the story had great impression. It won't," he added witha the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of I I another package. Most have it. I in its effect on the system.The best.
been accompanied by something else from smile, again." Rev. J. L. Brittain. of Blonatsville j Dr.S. Mansfield, Wholesale Druggist,Memphis.
appear latest beautiful Tea Sets Ala. March 1882, I suffered with Tenn., "Have sold It SO years: my predecessor r
her lips for upon entering the room he very designs; says: says: +
And it did not and in less than the
two in
medicine
; torpid liver and costiveness and your sold It many years before me.That this a
beckoned Edward and me aside and said he months' space our sister Charlotte was Frau: Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin .; ,medicine cured me. My wife has used it[ good one.no one can deny;and that it is the true and I I
had our sister's permission to inform us thatif Benigsen.-Bclgravia.DON'T with admirable effect for sick-headache-1 genuine'[StmmonsLiver Medicine'uoaedare gainsay j j
he gave a rational explanation of the vision Chamber Sets all colors; WoodenWare Original and Only Genuine. Ertab.1310.[ '
which still haunted her, and if he could Put up In 25c.and SI.packages 4
WASTE :MONEY on trashy extracts of all kinds; and Housekeeping and bottles by ,
banish it from her, then in two months she i
would listen to certain proposals of of love, when you can buy a lasting perfume so de- Utensils generally. ?.F.SIMMONS& CO...ST.LOU., ..MO .
and so forth.U Did we object?" he asked. lightfully fragrant and refreshing as Flor- U P

No, we could not object. eston Cologne. FRED W. IIOYT & CO.M i

Did you propose the two months' bar- '
gain?" I asked. A BENEFICIENT ACTION.-The miserable DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN ;
"I did he answered."I looks and feeling of those confined at desks "{

thought, ," said I, it did not look likean or work tables, :are caused by weak Stomach, WH LB! ALB AND RBTAIL.o !
arrangement Charlotte would make.:' Kidneys, or Bowels. Parkers's Ginger Tonic 'j
without intoxicating has such a beneficient BLOOD SYRUP
"Do you think, said he, "she would
have herself proposed a longer time-a harder action on these organs and so cleanses the )
bargain?" poisonous matters from the system, that O 9l

"On the contrary," said I, "I think she rosy cheeks and good health are soon 0 Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
would not herself have proposed a bargainat brought back again.Express.The ;.: r
all." .M( ,.. Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to. its ,I

He looked at me dolefully, and we turnedfor best preparation of iron a doctor can ....... CD hrt. ellicacy in healing; the above named diseases, and t
the explanation. Heasked us to accompany prescribe is Brown's Iron Bitters, because it ,
him to a room he had been shown at does not injure the teeth as other iron med- P'd pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man.

his request-mother's room. icines will. : r+ A. B. NOYES, o
I "Now," said he, with a glance aside at rr
:
Dr. Arnot, I do not deny the supernatural; d GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade '
I only say I know nothing about it. But I STOVES, TIN-WARE, ETC -DEALER IN- == i

know a little of the natural ; I think it, .c et Mark.Laboratory) i'

therefore, my duty, as a man of science, to W. P. STREETY, : Family Supplies n6Y"'AGENTS ANTED.-SU ?
understand and explain, if I can, anythingout t ,.

of the common rather by things whichI Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.
do know than by things which I do not HEAVY GROCERIES 5 i
.. know 1"That ,
.. FERNANDINA, FLA. CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
C fair. thought I. sounds very clear and. PGD Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your

and Grain Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.
"It is important to remember, he con- Hay RUDIE CANTLER.
.Ho 46
tinued, that Miss Charlotte did spend a
great part of every day and night of three ,

months in this room "- ..TJl11 1Jiij- SHIP STORES g DOW-7S America Ahead! i
41 Yes,poor girl," said mother, "that she !
did." I r 55 =N I
r'a, 1 JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS -
"And that on October 24 she bad gone out W Furniture RDSet' !I
for a long walk for the first time for many, y '

many days. She was very tired when she GQO NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
returned, and she went to bed. Her mind Stoves, but contains all the medicinal proper-

was not weary, though her body was, and 02 ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It o

the open light of outdoors Paints, is very pleasant to take, and I .. ,
It was a very dull day" said I. O Crockery, ace ? '- I 1 1I 1
"The 1 CURES INDIGESTION HEADACHE, .Q
open light/ he continued, stimulated :;
I ,
the of stirred and madeas 00 t.:: Ivi
sight
sense up Hardware COLDS CHILLS CRAMP COLIC,
I
if it were alive the stored images of the 02 Fr II

retina." (At this Dr. Arnot looked up witha DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, I

frown of inquiry,) "Now place this lamp Willow-Ware. 5 PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, II I P 0 0 iii
and
shade where it usually stood on this r: IIII
STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS. .. o.-
table, and sit any one here where Miss Char- and MALARIA by wanning and stimulating
FOR SALE BYALL LEADING DEALERS. :
+
lotte usuallysat now look there at that .0 rZN.
; TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
figure on the carpet close to the curtain HI = action. Sold by 1SK FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY IT* I
where the light falls ; does it not look like a ROOFING AND GUTTERING, PALMER BRO'S,

dark, angry face, with a black beard, and P Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. To Rent. I
does not the bottom of the green curtain, PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. v
The known Sanborn's Stores.
arranged so, appear like a green turban upon .O y ,?:3-Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA property as
the head A stock of Stoves hand. Gh.emea Apply for particulars to
? large on

and We confessed each went that to the it was proper very place easy to to look see,, other call,houses and compare, here or my elsewhere.prices with those of I Prices ic;: as a Low' as a fetal h; ; ? GINGER without pepper.ALE, the only Ginger Ale made 22 Fernandina, July 15-tf. A. B. NOYES. ,. .


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V *"T f u' THE FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL 28. I

f
il !' ';>i -,

h t, :L of State and city bond. GRAND.JURY PRESENTMENT.We sertion that
'' THE FLORID A MIRROR.SATURDAY repudiation county public sentiment in the South NEWS NOTES.

H'J ; )1 ed indebtedness. There is, to be sure, muchto publish the general presentment of sustained frauds'upon the ballot-box."

t 4.:-IJ.:!+! .J i;tf APRIL 28, 188S. be said in apparent excuse for the exist- the Grand Jury, although we have very The Tribune has a large class of coun try DOMESTIC.

f p ; ence and rapid growth of this evil. serious doubts as to the propriety of doingso. readers who derive their opinions and their Hon. Henry D.McDaniel was elected Gov-

The Federal Government its workof A Grand is fifteen citizens notions from the Tribune ernor of Georgia on Tuesday last, without
i;,( :::{, THE FLORIDA SHIP CANAL. began Jury simply and who will per-

t< i: t We find in the New Orleans' Times-Demo reconstruction by forcing the Southern embodied under the forms of law to inquire haps, believe that Southern sentiment is opposition. .

Demo-4 \ of States to repudiate their obligations given into alleged violations of the criminal law. anything which the Tribune says it is. Fortunately The Louisiana election cases have been
t crat of April 14th a report of a meeting
during the war. Very naturally the dema- Their duty is to inquire into the commissionof I this prejudiced class of persons, educated tried, and the defendants acquitted of the
ti.. :h l r the New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, at
f I gogues and some simple people said, if we crimes, and to return the bills laid before by the Tribune, do not control the charges made.
lecture
his
delivered
which
on
}
; Judge Fry
trtN t':
r tM from the I must repudiate our solemn obligations, them as either true bills or not true bills, political destinies of this country. The intercourse The influx of immigrants from Europe
the Florida Canal.
l' .'d'k : Ship Judging i
ly forced the given to clothe and feed our sons during the with a view to a fair trial before a court and between the North and the Southis into the United States is very large ; nearly
t / outline of his lecture we are to
; : :l: : civil war'debts created for value received, : now too frequent and too general to allow four thousand arrived in New York in one
r!
f' / I ,,41! conclusion that Judge Fry is very poor authority jury.We any studied mendacity like that of the Tri- day.
!,. : ;' why should we pay the interest on our do not find in our statutes that theyare
: 'l
'I of
advocate bune
tl :. ; and an injurious a to have much effect on the general pub-
::f in bonds during the war? And again, as vested with any general powers outsideof lau/of the poorer class of Irish farmers
;: ; : scheme from which, perhaps, competent lic.The
the present holders of these bonds were matters given into their charge, unless Tribune has very decidedly lost caste have been assisted to come to America.
: hands much might be expected.
ft!: > ; !/, good known to have obtained them at half face devolved upon them by statutes. They are and influence among the better class of Re- The loss of life by the recent cyclones in
: :::1 When he includes Captain Eads and Count publicans at the North. The Times and '
r. :;ti: a* De Lesseps as among the engineers who value, why should we pay them more, and in the habit of exercising a very wide scopeof Evening Post are far better exponents of Mississippi and Georgia, it is estimated, will

!I:4: :l9\ '. : have proclaimed that the canal is feasible, : enable them to speculate on these bonds, criticism, for which there seems to be no public opinion among the intelligent Re- exceed one hundred, and the destruction of
i' ; of that section.GEORGIA'S property has been immense.
) which we find it hard to pay ? The reason- authority but custom. publicans
t I'
:: /, be simply indicates that he is ready to user
L. : sound but it and With reference officers should Strikes are now the order of the day in
i" t'.fir?.;'.: any means which he supposes may have ing was not was specious, to public we <. BACKYARD
.
1 the trades and manufactories of the North.
carried the much doubt the of the Grand
with his audience. Neither of these day. very propriety In another column
if' : : t; l weight we reprint from the
: have At the North the spirit of Communism is Jury constituting itself a board of review of Fernandina Mirror, with a prefatory note by The laborers and mechanics do not seem to
t ; gentlemen, we suppose, any greater
: ? exhibited in to the action of the the Ex-Governor Reed an article which appreciate the benefits of their so-called
if a general opposition capital, Governor as to com- ,
l t "Y knowledge of the subject, they have ever
: emphasizes the points which we recently protection.THE .
and when invested in of the officials. In the
especially petency present case
corpora-
i j .)f : looked at it at all, than that afforded by ant made regarding the connection of the Savannah -
decision
of the
,' <.' 1- : inspection of the map. tions. The working class are exhorted to they pronounce the assessor incompetent, Florida & Western Railway with the Supreme Court in the

i nI : '. ';4' rr y; The only actual, survey on the ground combine against the corporation and againstthe and the county commissioners as either Pensacola & Atlantic, and the subsidiary Chalmers case seems to cover the precise

: I rich capitalists, who are charged with careless or indifferent. If any officer of the position to which this relegated our Florida grounds taken by Governor Drew in 1879.in
; l 1) from which any conclusions of any value Central & Western. We it will be read
; hope the case of Hull and Bisbee : A certificate; of
.
has of malfeasance in
world'sgoods. been
than their share of the
1: )" ; I' :'.: can be drawn is that of General Gillmore, of having more county guilty for it well deserves reading.If .
t office it is the of the Grand election once given, the power. of the execu-
duty Jury, on
.. e v; the United States Engineers. it were not for the very great impor-

t, ': ', A .'. .t, This survey takes the mouth of the St. Labor strikes are the result of organized proof made, to find a bill of indictment, but tance of the subject, it would provoke a tive is functus officio.

.' action which force the idea of a Grand Jury undertaking to give smile to contemplate the present position of FOREIGN.
by compels productionto
r :. j' ,,:: Marys river as the eastern terminus, and follows our great east and west trunk line. Nearly
of the
Kelley, one accused of the
f' r '', cease, or their demands acceded to. its opinions simply as to the competency or persons
; : : ;f that river to the Okefinokee Swamp; everything that the State possessed was
(I :a ,; J thence west to Ellaville and the Gulf of Public opinion is getting badly unsettledas incompetency of the county officers is out- given to secure the building of this line. Phoenix Park murders, has been tried by

'!'"';4 :'' Mexico, and then to St. Marks or San Pedro to the line between the rights of labor side of the range of their duties, and seems'to Planned and subsidized years ago its com- one jury, and a disagreement resulting, has
: .; ) and afford the casual number of who pletion was looked forward to as certain to been again placed on trial. A large numberof
;" Bay. He selects this route because, first, capital. persons mark a decisive advance in the prosperityof
<1f the intermediate elevation is the lowest ; The very vastness of aggregated capital I may at any one time be selected as Grand the State, and to bring together by a witnesses swear to his presence elsewhereat
.,
.),} second, because the Okefinokee Swamp furnishes employed in corporate enterprises, confuses : Jurors the opportunity of winding up their bond of mutual interest the heretofore the time of the murder. The jury again II

';' ': ; the only sufficient supply of water the ordinary mind, and all sense of indi- labors by letting off a little superfluous criti- widely separated sections of the State. That disagreed.The .
desired event has occurred the
.' ," f '! ;/j;', for a canal ; third, because there exists along vidual rights lying behind the corporationsand cism of somebody or something.If long has been consummated, the trunk, line"plan is trial of Michel Fagan, for the mur-

r i l' line of level of 76 miles ; and fourth, constituting its component parts is lost the Grand Jury investigates the general completed ; and what is now the situationof der of Mr.Burke, has been commenced.
( affairs? One end of the line is in the Helen Marcovitch, who attempted to shoot
1 because it is the most direct line from the sight of. management of a public officer, it would be I
"
"" hands of a set of speculators who have keptit King :Milan in the Cathedral of Belgrade
Unfortunately the mind of the laborer but ordinary fairness that the official shouldbe ;
l E northern shore of the-Gulf to the Atlantic. I in a state of suspended animation for
oj. gets unsettled, and hence discontented, and called on, and have the privilege of mak- and who and tried to commit suicide, has been tried, j
$r'r: : : The line advocated by Judge Fry is to years, are slowly bleeding it to
p of- ;Rl commence at the mouth of the St. Johns, instead of regarding the unquestionable ad- ing such explanation as may be in his powerin death ; the other end has opened up a new convicted and sentenced to death.A .

,1 \.. Nassau Inlet Fernandina and then vantages he does enjoy, he contemplateswith reference to matters of which, from the section for Savannah's trade, aud furnished
; or run another connection of the utmost value for QUESTION BEFORE THE CON
,'Ft" 1t, by Jacksonville through .the lakes and out envy, jealousy, and even hatred, the nature of things, he must have a much i Savannah's railway system. Under a law TROLLER.

a ; 'i ":,'::1 through the Suwanee river, making a distance class superior to his own in point of wealth better knowledge than any one else. This which sold out Florida's birthright, not even WASHINGTON, April 7.At the last sessionof

at i :! { of 120 miles, of which 55 would be a and outward evidence of prosperity. opportunity, it will be seen by the card of for a mess of pottage, but for an empty Congress a bill was passed to pay the

., : This phase of society is not likely to affect the assessor, was not given him. The dutiesof kettle, the Savannah, Florida & Western State of Georgia $35,555.42. on account of
[ natural and the other 65 cut. It
t"f: ; waterway Railway has been enabled, by constructingan money expended for the common de-
f' :j( : S. will be 200 feet in width at the surface of the the South, because it will always contain an the tax assessor fall especially, within the inexpensive twenty-mile road, to reap all fence" in 1777. .question has now arisenas

: water and 30 feet deep, which will not cost agricultural rather than a manufacturing control of the county commissioners. The the advantages of a long and costly line to to whether the money shall be paid to
:" secure which the State of Florida has granteda be carried to the credit of that
'. I than population. It will have few large cities, revenue laws provide that the assessment Georgia or
$25,000.000 although $20,000,000
more
C bonus of 20,000 of land offset her
over acres State to indebtednessto
per as a partial
is the estimate." the great centres of disturbance, anarchyand rolls shall be completed and the assessor
: ; mile. the General Government ; and this question -
t., L,;: A line which has never been surveyed or revolution. It will never have any meet the Board of County Commissionerson And what is the case with the trans penin- is now under consideration by Controller -

', estimated engineer great admixture of foreign elements, and the first :Monday of August for the pur- sular line is the case with all our :Florida Lawrence.
-: upon by any competent ;
will be in its of and roads. The Live Oak connection gave When Congress passed a law in 1861 im-
homogeneous reviewing the
more composition pose equalizing assess-
: ., .1' l which the formidable obstacle
a ne presents
Savannah command of the trade of all Middle posing a direct tax on the several States the
r of elevation of the land and structure. ment, and they have full control over the and South Florida rates"
.. :, an intervening ; "through amount apportioned to Georgia as her share
t 1 : ,; _I'; of over 200 feet, without any sufficient supply For this increase of the communistic subject, with ample time to examine the give Savannah the advantage in every sec- was $584,367. According to the books of

of water for the of canal and spirit the thoughtful men of the North see rolls and correct all errors. It was not intended tion of the State ; and Major Fairbanks the Treasury Department Georgia has paid .
:: :. purposes a ,
speaks the literal truth when he says that $71,407 leaving $512.900 still due. In 1879 I
,
I i.
1 no remedy. They are inclined to the opin- that the Grand Jury, which is
where tide-water canal is out of the "
a question our whole railroad system, built up by the an appropriation of$72,396 was made to reimburse t
:,' '" 'I''t'' and which makes its western terminus ion that it is irremediable; unless a wider nowhere 'mentioned in the revenue law, grant of our entire body of public lands, has the same State for moneys expended f

< : : : t'' in a river not having four feet of water at its and truer education can correct it, of which should exercise a supervisory or power of gone to make Florida tributary to Georgia." for local defence during Indian wars. A Ii
: but little It lies review subject confided law to We know from experience how difficult it question was raised in regard to the payment 4
they evidently see hope. over a by
: and which of
: :'t entrance, names two points
is to arrouse the attention of our merchantsand I of the appropriation, and Controller
i i. j :' beginning with insufficient water. they say, in the nature of our Government, another tribunal. business men ; but we assure them that Porter decided that the money must be paid

t'"r I(\ Judge Fry, moreover, is utterly unreliable which puts government in the hands of nu- 'The assessor's explanations seem to fully this is a matter in which they must exhibit over to Georgia. Controller Lawrence will

'. (" >t in his estimate of its probable cost. He says merical majorities without property or edu- cover the charges, and if they had been interest and take action, or they must make not indicate what his decision will be in the
their minds to remain in but it is that he will
\ l'' up permanently present case, probable
cational qualifications, placing ignoranceand made before the Grand Jury would have obviated -
't : one survey estimated that this canal, could the position of village traders. Only yester- follow the precedent set by Governor Porterin

: : ,l be constructed for $7,000,000, while another pauperism on a par with intelligenceand any controversy on the subject. day we published such facts as we could the case mentioned.In .

,'' both of competency, and opening a free field to gather concerning the quarrel between the the case of State claims for 5 per cent
estimate went as high as $50,000,000,
the SOUTHERN SENTIMENT.A de Bary-Baya and Waycross lines. Of the of the net proceeds of public land sales in
t demagogue.
1., ,.. which he says are extreme. General Gill- few days ago the Tribune made a quiet real origin of that quarrel we know little, as some of the States however, it has been
s estimated that steamboat Evidently there is but little chance of assertion that sentiment in the South officials cautious and reticent
; t more a barge or public the are very ; held by the Treasury Department that the
:, !. canal could be constructed for $7,000,000, limiting the powers of the evil-disposed and sustained frauds upon the ballot-box and but one of the sources of misunderstandingis amount claimed by States which are in default -
: ". the ignorant by any restrictions upon suf opposed all efforts to bring the perpetratorsof of vital significance for every merchantand on account of interest on their bonds
I S 1 r while a ship canal would cost $50,000,000. them to justice. Southern journals have property-owner in this city. By the held in trust by the United States must

-h '.,.: J-, Judge Fry stated that there is no need of frage. There only remains the not very taken offence at this assertion, have com- schedules of through freights to which the de simply be carried to their credit on the

,I' : '.:" going to Europe to get capital with which hopeful chance of inculcating through the plained that it is full of" rancorous hatred" Bary-Baya Line was asked to conform, a books of the Department and not paid over
a' toward the South and that it is Savannah merchant's sack of is transported in
education of the young truer ideas of theirpolitical partisan corn money.
; : to build it. New York and Boston, he said,
: t' duties well slush" which ought to be held in reserve from Jacksonville to Palatka for four ----- ---- ---
';" :' ,: l were perfectly willing to furnish the money, as as rights. till the next Presidential campaign. Yet the cents, while the freight on the Jacksonville THE CARE OF HOUSE FLANTS.Mr. .

I ': t' t ; r and that there was no need for doubting for There is also some, and probably a very assertion was the simple truth plainly stated. merchant's sack of corn to the same place is Round puts the whole thing in a nutshell -

.. '.'; t "4t a moment that it would be forthcoming large counterbalancing power, to be foundin We do not suppose that anybody at all fa- fifteen cents. thus :
) r the agricultural preponderance of the miliar with, the sentiment of the South, as This information comes to us from the There are a few general principles touching -
: a ; : We are gratified by these assurances, but the trials of election will and ask merchantsto
: West and South. exhibited in cases, highest authority, we our the growing of house plants which all
r 't j' ..'} : ; our suspicions are somewhat excited when presume to deny this. That there has been consider for a moment what it means. I successful window-gardeners must remem-

:= t :t' we find him next" setting forth the disadvantages ballot-box stuffing in every election in many They will speedily perceive that it means ber. They are as follows :
IVILD ORANGES-NATIVE, NOT Southern States for several years past even the grossest sort of discrimination:: against and
r 4 I 'I L: attendant upon the barge line, 1. Plants are a part of nature, nature
1' the Democrats deny. Jacksonville in behalf of Savannah for trade
INDIGENOUS.The no longer
knows what is best for variety keepas
: "' : t: which was to open a series of canals inshore which Jacksonville and which every ;
f to
belongs ,
R t ; Fernandina Mirror copies a portion of One would suppose that the New York clrfse to nature as possible, for nature
; s 'from New Orleans through Lake Ponchar- but for such discriminations she would con- makes mistake.
Tribune from which the above never a
our description of the native wild orange"of precious ex-
j"! i train, Lake Borgne, Mississippi Sound Mobile trol.The 2. Window plants breathe so they must
'' Florida, and remarks : tract was taken, would have found by this season of the year has come when our have of air.
; t. t' Bay on to Brunswick, Ga., and showed We do not believe that there is, or ever time that its mendacity towards and abuseof merchants have leisure from the pressingcares 3. Window plenty plants pure are great drinkers so

: :ti : If' how this line, by making the terminus on was, a native wild orange tree in Florida. the South had not promoted the successof of the day to look after their large must have plenty of moisture.

fi t: l, t the Atlantic seaboard, would seriously affect We investigated the subject several years the Republican party, however gratefulto interests ; and we suggest that they come 4. Plants are subject to malaria, so that!
and satisfied ourselves that the together and appoint a practical and clear- air with water
: 'Jr"G r the commercial interest of New Orleans. ago, fully poisoned gases or poisonedwith
r orange tree is not indigenious to Florida ; its own internal organization such a headed committee to examine thoroughlyinto impurities will make them sickly.
l The Judge pretends to be as ignorant of
rU ; that the sour and bitter-sweets found in our course might be. the whole question of descrimination 5. The skin of plants has pores similar to

: -';: the route of the proposed barge canal as he forests were brought over by the Spaniards The charge made against the South needsno against Jacksonville. We are confident thatif 1 I those of the )Jiuman skin, so that the foliage

,: i':: ;; was of the existence of the high ridge lying and were scattered through the country by that committee did its work well, it would must be kept clean in order to let the pores
r.
: refutation than statement
missionaries and military detachments. W'edo any more a discover a state of things that is now hardly do their work.
between the St. Johns and the Suwanee.
J: ,., not know of a single early work on Flo'rida that public sentiment in the South sustained suspected, and that would be rectified as 6. Window plants are as sensitive as children -

:r.'s t I ;' The last point seemed to bave'struck the which speaks of finding the orange indi- robbery, larceny, or any other crime. It is soon as exposed to the blare of publicity.: ; they will not do well if neglected.

# :; ; ;, l : ;; .Chamber of Commerce very forcibly, as they genous. If the DwpafcA'can show any authority simply reckless defamation. If the other cities of the State would cooperate 7. Plants get tired, and after the effort to
I resolved : for its native orange we would be either the most obnoxious of the bloom always need rest.

'; l: ;4 ';'f'' WHEREAS, The chamber has learned that glad to investigate the question further, and The Tribune, however, had an object in abuses would be removed, or such a mass of If these few things are remembered, and
d .; : $ if mistaken we will acknowledge our error."' this. It claims that it is the only organ of facts would be accumulated as might con- common sense is exercised in some few
j :1 1 tt' j I a rival proposal! to construct a canal across vince the next Legislature of the necessityof
:f ..f'J !! the peninsula of Florida, to be navigated by We used the word "native" semewhat the protectionists, or, in other words, of the a Railroad Commission.Jacksonville others, the window-garden will become the
of the household and
I \ steam-towed barges, laden chiefly with carelessly in describing our Florida wild manufacturers. It works, therefore, in their Tima-Union. pride and delight ,
: [ Western grain, to be derived from the Mississippi oranges.:Weagree entirely with our friend of carry a message of cheer to every stranger
It has also discovered that
especial interest. JACKSONVILLE April 18 1883. within the and to passer-by who
,
gates every
to 'J" : river by way of Lake Borgne and the Mirror, that the wild orange is not indigenous -
f : I i.: conducted on to Florida by a canal to be to Florida; but if there is any shade of not only some of the leading organs of the The following article from the pen of the I takes a look at the windows.

7" : -rio, constructed through and across the territory difference between the words "native" and Republican party in the country are opposed prudentand conservative Fairbanks the his-

: ",'( 'j. of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and "indigenous," we wish to go on recordas to a protective tariff, but that there is torian of Florida, is worth a place in your Post-Office Notice.
i : I Florida, saying that while we consider the sour TimesUnion, as suggestive of the difference Office Hours-From 8:00 A. DI. to 7:00 p. M. .

:' ,,, :rt: Resolved, That since the completion of the orange natural to Florida, and a native by a strong sentiment at the West, gaining between a State having a fixed policy for Sunday hours, 12:00 M. to 1:00 p. M. '

fp' h ; :1, : jetties has given to New Orleans a deepwater right of birth in our soil, it is not an indigenous strength daily, in opposition to a protectivetariff. State advancement-a State with wisdom Orders and Letters from
i' sufficient her Money Registered
to
and own
It- outlet adequate to any possible want product of this country. Webster integrity protect
t.
i
; f :'- i of commercial transportation, any idea oft gives one of the meanings of the word It recognizes the fact that the general sen- industrial, financial and commercial inter- 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. )[.; and from 2:00: p. M.
j,3 in the hands of
II, ': diverting Western cargoes from the Mississippi "native" as a denizen by birth," and in ests-and one drifting spec- to 4:00 P. M.ARRIVAL .
t"?" ; between the port of New Orleans and this sense only do we call the wild orange a timent of the South is anti-protection. If ulators and adventurers, with no higher AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.

; ; ,i j, t.hejetty mouth of the river, would be preposterous "native" of Florida.-Florida Dispatch.We the South and the West unite on this issue, purpose than temporary personal and partisan -
1 Northern Mail (Daily Sunday-)
except
;'H'1- r as it would be adverse to the commercial have heard the sour orange often the protectionists in Congress will be voted It success.may be too late to lock the stable after Arrives.................10:40: A. M. and 5:50 P. M.

t : :. ;:: ': the opinion interests of the of chamber New Orleans that all, it cargoes being spoken of as a native or indigenous productof down in their efforts to maintain the iniquitous the horse is stolen, but'it is some satisfactionto Closes.................... 7:30: A. M. and 11:00 A. M.

1.i.: shipped from the port of New Orleans to the Florida, and we think this is the general principles of the present tariff. secure justice to the thief as an admoni- Transit & Peninsular RailrQad-

{j :: port of domestic or foreign destination impression. We are glad that the Dispatch There is but one-thing to do, and that is tion against like liberties in the future. Our Arrives....................................... 5:00 P. M.

,:,.il" ::.. L should be carried in vessels of the largest in the that there issuein magnificent internal improvement fund, Closes ...................................._... 7:30 A. si.
I- concurs with us statement is to strive to raise the bloody-shirt as an created and set apart for the internal devel-
4 ,.' [ tonnage and without intermediate West Florida-
Jacksonville South and
1 any no foundation for this belief. the coming contest. To denounce the of the State and securing its com- ,
,
: '- : f\ transshipments or delay. opment rival interestshas Arrives.-..............10:40 A. M. and 5:50 p. M.
,: ,: : : ; Judge Fry is evidently more intent on We have on the other hand seen letter South by wholesale, to charge it with all mercial been advantages surrendered against, and the millions Closes _..................11:00 A. M. and 5:00 A. M.
I from the South, attributing the introduc- sorts of crimes, and to thus promote sec- sufficed have Arrives Sunday...... 11:00 A. M.
: the canal than in which would have to perfecteda
defeating barge
!
: ;; building a
: Closes Sunday...... 4:00: P. M.
.. canal. tion of budded trees as the discovery of tional hostility. complete system of railroads, and main-
".! '" I' M'I"' ship Northern people since the war. In a Florida Another purpose is to try to stem the tide tained within the State three of the finest St. Mary's and Trader's Hill MaU-

]' ;: ; GROWTH OF COMMUNISM. published letter of 1824 we have seen the of defeat in the Republican States by with- commercial cities in the South, while leav- Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M.
}S ing a large margin for future educational Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.
i t:, One of the strongest articles in the April exact process of budding now practiced described drawing the attention of the people from the advancement. This fund has been exhausted St. Mary's, Ga., only-

l !, f North American Review is upon the appalling and'recommended, and we presumeit charges against the leaders of the party, and and its benefits secured to a rival State, Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at &00 A. M.

l x r growth of Communism in the United States. is as old in Florida as the English period. from such matters as civil-service reform and made subservient to the far-seeing statesmanship Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 P. M.

1 : There is but one single phase of this spirit The principal discovery made by our Northern and other inconvenient things, and to direct of Georgia, to confirm her as the Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. si.
f' Empire State of the South. Why it thus, Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
t ii' which, so far, has developed itself at the settler has been how to get the fruit to their thoughts to the wickedness of the and who is responsible-Harrison Reed, in Fridays, and Saturdays at 2:30 P. M.

South, and that, we regret to say, is in the a profitable market. South. So the Tribune makes "a quiet as- Jacksonville Times-Union. SA3IL. T. RIDDELL, P. M.

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL 28.

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DESTRUCTIVE CYCLONE. .I: : c-'S: BOOTS AND SHOES. .

ENORMOUS LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY
-T1IE NEW STORE-
NATCHEZ, Miss., April 24.The most destructive CuriosityiVariety Store ; 5
cyclone for years passed east of J. & T. KYDD

I this city at 10:30: Sunday morning, going Offers and selected :a { W. F. WOOD Jr. Su ;
from southwest to northeast. It unroofed a a large carefully lEI ..
house in the lower part of Concordia Parish, Corner. of Centre and Third Streets. "; .

killed a negro man and wounded several STOCK OF'HOSIERY :c> {j Proprietor, [ E] pr.i
thence it crossed the into
children ; river
Mississippi demolishing buildings, uproot- For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.I3AN'EIKEI.CIHIEFS. ,
ing trees, killing; stock, wounding persons. C> Cr > -:1| SPRING GOODS L d.

NEW ORLEANS, April 24.-The latest reports : : '
received from the sections of Mississippi :a: ',.
visited by the cyclone of Sunday,show Silk, Linen, and Cotton. kNow

that eighty-three persons were killed and in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments,
about three hundred wounded ; many ,of Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, s S

the unprecedented.NEW latter dangerously.. The loss of propertyis Laces, Towels, Napkins, AND H w hin I a mDri a Pu l a ilRa tina I untinga ,

ORLEANS, April 24.The Picayune1 Dress Lining, Buttons, S S ,
Aberdeen, Miss., special says: "The cyclone and Notions Generally.A .
AND
NOVELTIES IN
passed through Monroe county on Sunday, -r IIFernandina DRESS GOODS. .
-
destroying lives and wounding many per-
sons seriously carrying: away houses,fences, new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- .
bridges and everything in.its path. A sub TIES just received and marked low. C> C> I OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENTIs '
t I
urb of Aberdeen, containing twentyfiveor Ii

thirty colored families, was absolutely Our Stock of COSSETS is Very Superior.i I :::: now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS,
wiped out. three of the negroes being killed; {( [ ]E 0
two others have since died from their inju- The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced to Fine Goods.
ries, while twenty-five are under treatment, 1 1-In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- :e- { Cor. Centre & Third. } lEI .
many of them being in a precarious condi- ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS. we offer a
tion. The county jail is converted into a fine variety. A new Stock Just received and :
hospital, where the victims receive the best 'JJ&J-; THE NEW STORE. Boots and Shoes.
attention. The course of the cyclone was FLORIDA AID SEMITROPICAL CURIOSITIESA offered at VERY LOW PRICES. ;'
from southwest to.northeast, and it passed REAL ESTATE. -rt
the : ..
through county. SPECIALTY.
entirely A large and well-assorted Stock ,
.
ATLANTA, April 24.-Great damages are reported SPRING I HATS 6;
from the storm in Clark county, to TIlE FLORIDA for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS, rt
;arOrders from the Country Solicited.KING'S .
crops, houses, etc. One negro man was '
killed and two persons fatally injured. Re- IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. I3V NEW AND NOBBY STYLES. rf
ports from Crawford, Ga., show considerable rpOWN
damage by the storm. Many houses were -., Order
BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from and
blown down, and many persons injured by 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. 2 us, save
lightning. There was great loss of property.One Fcruaiidiiia, trouble, time and expense.

CHARLESTON negro was, killed April near 24.The there.cyclone in SEA ISLAND ROUTE.THE : Towns on R. R. Line Z&- We are Agents for DEVLIN d CO., leading Clothiers of '
New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail
Barnwell three- r
county, )'esterdacutapath '
, quarters of a mile wide through Salkahat- And. Cedar Key. receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our 11 ;
chie Swamp as if the timber had been felled STEAMER resident New York buyer. ;
for a railroad. The residences, negro cabins f
and outhouses were from the follow- ,
swept
ing farms: Mrs. Elizabeth Sanders, G. W. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large aetc -r. I. -y"JI: : D \', '
Morris, W. Still. J. B. Farn, Mrs Sarah rt s>
Morris, J. W. Morris, Tobias Still, Harper nunrber of the.. most eligible and desirable New York Office, 83 Walter Street, r FERXAXDIXA) FLORIDA.I I ..HI.ZT ,

Hapgood, L. J. Hartzog and Henry Hutto. -- f I!.b a,,,''I.;;
The most of these!: lost all their furniture : Lots;; suitable for Business Purposes, or for ''I'' '.
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and other household goods. Several horses, 'f., '
Suburban Residences, {;...
mules and cows were killed. Thos. Creech City,or
blown tree with violence CITY OF BRIDGETON .. (-
was against a great :\
but not killed. Willie Still had two chil- leave Fernandina for Savannah UPON EASY TER)1S.Li UTTER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.MALLORY'S [
dren hurt of them its WILL ,
seriously one having
Wednesday, Friday and Monday -
skull fractured. at 5 p. m., arriving at the latter place eral Discounts on Values allowed to
.I ---- -- the following morning. STEAMSHIP LINE ;;
TIlE STORM: OF SUNDAY NW UT Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

The storm of Sunday night was one of the nandina on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday -
most destructive in the annals of the State. at 4 p. m. rial enterprises. who will..erect on the prop- \
It was first observed in Northern Californiaon substantial FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. t elh
purchased improvements
erty
the morning of the 10th inst., and moved Fare to Savannah, $ 6.00
southeast to Tennessee, causing high winds To Savannah and Return 10.00 .,', ....t
for residence, or in which to conduct their ,to}. ,tf
and heavy rains east of the Rockies, with h'f"I : ,
snow in Kansas, Colorado and Nebraska. Through tickets sold to New York, Phila- business. ( I :P" :
The cyclone entered Georgia from the delphia, Boston, and Baltimore. I,.. 1
vicinity of Eufaula and passed through For tickets and state-rooms, apply at the INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
Dougherty, Dooly, Dodge, Webster and Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. -. vi ..
:5:,
other counties in that section, sweeping A. MERCIER, ,.'by exemption for a term of years from .-
northeastward and leaving the State through General Passenger Agent.J. :' '
Elbert county, following, in the main, tie N. HARRIMAN, Manager. taxation, offered by the several cities and ,''\''.,
wonted track of similar storms in recent ',- .. ,
The rainfall i town.. Apply to '.l' "
-
years. was general throughoutthe NEW HOUSE OPEN. Itl )
State and was accompanied with vivid CHAS. W. LEWIS, Ear- = -T' :;>j'ii"1 :
ate
lightning. Bridges and dams have been I Pfft
.Office Beach &7th sts.. Fernandina.
swept away by the swollen streams, rail- cor. : t 'q,'"
HOTEL :
:
roads damaged at many points, large quan- TOURIST S : I Ji'"", .'':+
tities of timber prostrated, houses and out- FERNANDINA, PI.A., "1...:" .;..!
buildings wrecked and general havoc .. t :
wrought. The saddest feature of the disaster is now open to the public. New and neatly .. "
is the loss of human life, which, so far furnished, located in the most delightfulpart : ,
as reported is far from small. Days must of the island. Large and sunny rooms. -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS ; .:t'
elapse ere the measure of. the tempest's A good home for parties wishing to stop a r .ft
ravages can be made if it can ever be fully few weeks or months in the South. I CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1.G8O TONg ,,1 r-;
determined. Terms-$2 per day; $8 to $10 per week. New Lifeis STATE OF TEXAS, 1,543 TONS j r ;xkCAI30NDELET
W. W. CLAY .
There is about these visitations Manager.The
a periodicity
: : ., 1,,()8 TONS. r."t
of the wrath of the elements that has i. :
! come to be well observed. It may be that given by using BROWN'SIRON WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS. ,[i,.. ;G"
i"V :
splendid Strathmore
Hotel
warning of their coming may not measurably ,3'
on the finest beach in the world BITTERS. In the
will be
lessen their destructive effects but it was
open every fine day for the accommodationof Winter it and : I
niggardly on the of strengthens
economy part Congressto I
refuse the appropriation applied for observing ment.beach parties, under the same manage-10 warms the system; in the ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.I r ;.
their
movements and
theirapproachr Happily the cyclone announcing was Spring it enriches the blood

limited in its sweep, but it wroug destruction BOOTS AND SHOES. and disease in the .
11 conquers ; of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
who enough escaped to its arouse violence the for sympathy of those :-. -----c-----: == Summer it gives tone to the ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- t31
those who fella
sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
prey to its fury Savannah Xews. J. H. PRESCOTT .. nerves and digestive organs;
in the This Line, having no Transfers between Fcriiaiidina and New 1
Fall it enables the York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF :

system to stand the shockof FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. '. I ?
DEALER sudden changes.In The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- ':
PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
I OT4ROYAL connections at FEUNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL- ;
IN no way can disease be ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. .! wri'
so surely prevented as by JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
keeping the system in per- PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD 1
RoCJT fect condition. BROWN'S for LAKE WEIR. I. '

r IRON BITTERS ensures perfect TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. 1. }+'F:

health through the For freight passage rates, and_schedules, or further information, apply to ; y

changing seasons,it disarmsthe R. 1" SOUTHWICK, Agent, I

danger from impure FERN A .DIN A FLORIDA. ,,
Ladies, water and miasmatic air, C. H. MALLORY & CO., : '
Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- ;, u r
,11 I Misses', and it prevents Consumption +

Children'sand Kidney and Liver Dis

Infants', ease, &c. 'TO THE PUBLIC.The i

Men's, _
Boys' H. S. Berlin Esq. of the t
,
GPOWDER and Youths', : success which we have attained in the introduction of our
I well-known firm of H. S. I

A\K Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le Brand Powder
FINES Droit Building, Washington Virgin Baking

D. C., writes, Dec. 5th,
:EJ"VV:EJ :J:) 1881 : has by far exceeded our expectations; and now that we are entering upon the third year .:.

of its sale before future and increased demand for this
we see us a bright an ,
Gentlemen: I take pleasure -


Absolutely Pure. utton ooh:, it itc ra, L no a, laria Brown's in and stating Iron nervous that Bitters I have troubles for used ma-, ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES. a

caused by overwork, with
THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel AND excellent results. To dwell upon its merits would be unnecessary on our part, for those who have

purity,strength and wholesomeness. ++ ++ once used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms.

More economical than the ordinary kinds, Beware of imitations. We are the originators of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING POWDER, and '
and
cannot be sold in competition with the ISLIPPERSIEmbracing
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or Ask for BROWN'S IRON BIT- from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that I .

phosphate powders. Sold only! in cads ++ ++ TERS, and insist on having THE BEST. To this standard quality we shall continue to keep it. A Teaspoonful i l
ROYAL BAKING PONDER CO.
it. of the VIRGIN BRAND suffices for full quart of well-sifted
38 1 106 Wall Street, New York. New and Popular Don't be imposed on a .
with something recom- Flour, where at least double that quantity would be required of inferior brands.

RIKART & DAUPHIN, mended as "just as good. > i

AND AMERICAN S-r : :Jtf.GENTS' : The genuine is made only A TRIAL ORDER IS SOLICITED. '
FRENCH
by the Brown Chemical Co. .
..Ask your Grocer :for the VIRGIN DRAND BASING -
RESTAURANT, Baltimore, Md. POWDER, and take no other.

Foot of Centre Street, near Depot, FURNISHINGAND
S. GUCKENHEIMER & SON, .'
FERNANDINA, FLA. .
Jtiit' Meals at all hours. Board by the V.A.NNAII: GA. .
week or month. 14 'B-o-.BEEB. GOO3DS. 1 1f' ANGEL & FRIEND. Agents, Fernandina. ., Fla. .>w, .


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., 'i i A STOCK LAW DOUBLES THE PRODUCT COUNTY ROADS.-Geo. Geddies, a well- the writ of mandamus- where, if issued, it I I Professional and Business Cards.

i .1' OF BUTTER. known farmer and agricultural writer of would prove unavailing. The Secretary of

: New York, says, and so say we, that the State having declared Manning elected, and I tKENDALL'S
A favorite argument of the uninformed only way of keeping up a county road is for the Governor' having commissioned him, WM. B. C. DURYEE,

advocates of the present onerous fence'system the people living along the line of it to do we adopt the language of the Supreme Courtof
i : j' is, that if the owners of cattle are requiredto the work themselves, and be compensated Missouri, in the case of Bland vs. Rod- GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, > -=-

$;i provide them with pastures a dearth of therefor-by the county. The condition of man : "The case has passed beyond any

: butter and beef in the country'must be the the road, and not so.much the compensation, control of this court, and the only,redress I, CEKTBE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT,

t T ". consequence. Experience has demonstrated will then be the controlling motive for keep- the relator has, if he considers himself aggrieved -' SPAVIN CURE
c I the utter falsity of this assertion. Let us ing it in order. is by a legal contest made in pursu- FERNANDINA, FLA.
,i .' hear from David E. Butler again on the \
of law.
:. subject, and this time we will not make a WARTS ox CATTLE.-A correspondent of ance Nunierous cases announcing the same Hay, Corn, Oats '
the Germantown that he has
ti Telegraph
friend albeit col- says
D. D. of our worthy any .
never failed in removing,warts from his cattle principles were cited and approved.The
would honor itself his JAMES JIcGIFFIN
lege by placing name ,
that commission
court also held a, by
LL.D.'s.That by rubbing the same with hog's; lard-
the
among the lard three times intervals the Governor was irrevocable, except in the AND BUILDER
in his fence applying orfour at -"=:-
; gentleman, no speech \ i CONTRACTOR -- .
his -
of his removable at pleasure. -
-
of that he has case appointee -
as da"s-anJ -
t convention stated many -- ;. -=:
't before the agricultural : ;
It stand until vacated and
of Madison Ga. since the never been able to find a wart after so treat- must an- Alachua Street between Second and Third
4 that in the town MOST
: into four times as ing it the fourth time. nulled by a body which has the right to investigate THE SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
stock law went operation,
r the facts of the election and decide i FERNANDINA, FLA. discovered, as it is certain in its
: is offered for sale VETERINARY SCIENCE.-A leading
i much butter as formerly surgeonof who is entitled the office. The statute i effects and does not blister.
"cc to Orders and estimates from a distance care- READ PROOF
New that the value veterin-
of
reduced the farmers of York
at prices
t. greatly by says
BELOW.Saved.
the of State to the
; requires Secretary sum up fully attended to. 25-tf
science has dawned the American
The quality of the article just -
Morgan county. ary upon
votes cast as shown by the returns made to .
: the white- mind not that it to the
I too. is far superior to cheesy, points mere '
him.and to declare the result to the Governor
looking stuff which is the product of the horse doctor, but of its service to the agricultural who commissions. The Secretary of State is, O.'S. OAKES, Him 180000. '
lean kine of the Now community, in not only cautioningthem
1 'i wayside country. not to issue certificate CONTRACTOR
required
of the the of bad food for their any or paperto AND BUILDER ADAMS, N. Y-
? i ; c.;; this effectually disposes objection against use the elected. He simply declaresthe January 30,1882.
above mentioned of those who, like the animals, but in the protection it affords the person Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
result and the Governor furnishes the
in the ancient latter from the of contagious diseases MANUFACTURES GENTS-Having used deal
Portuguese', delight to run ravages credentials by the act of Congress.If a good of your
'. ?' ruts of their ancestors, utterly ignoring all as well' as the farmer himself against pecuniary we were required to require the Secretary of Stateto DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I

t :'; progress and improvement. Who does not loss. make another declaration of the result it ALL SIZES. thought I would let you know what it has

{ know that two well-kept and fed milch THE TENT C.\TERPILLAR.-The tent cater- would be nugatory it would not constitutethe Post Office Box 174. done for me. Two years ago I had as speedy
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j cows will yield more and infinitely better pillar appears on apple trees as soon in early required credentials. If we were to jan4 Fernandina, Fla a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
When I
t : t butter than a pen full" of the wretched spring as the leaves begin' to expand, mak- command the Secretary of State to issue a was breaking him he kicked over
\Kl: ,, ', runts which are left to shift for themselves ing its triangular tent or web in the fork ofa certificate of sort to the petitioner, we the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
any LOUIS A. C. LANGE hind all
\\l ? legs to pieces. I employed the best
and steal
... a living branch. This tent serves only for a temporary would require what no law requires of him but
.. It is a noteworthy fact that even they residence. During the warm part of in reference to the election. If we assume farriers they all said he was spoiled.

y, :" largest stock owners of the piney woods the day the worms leave the tent and, spreadover that the Governor would deem it his duty to UPHOLSTERER -) He had a very large thorough-pin, and I

; '::, regions for six months in the year have no the tree to feed on the tender leaves.If regard a new declaration of the result] of the Foot of Centre Street used two bottles of your Kenda 1's Spavin
: -, -: butter their tables. And as to the Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and
iivi: upon the tent be destroyed at such a time the election enforced from the Secretary of State
\ it is to FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
:, '::w.t beef' they send to market, enough greater portion of the worms will escape. by the court nothing still would be effected, -
r shambles of and view Furniture repaired in the best used it for bone spavins and wind-galls and
: visit the our own city The proper time to catch them at home is because the Governor has no to recall manner. ,
;;p :j. -:: .: .! >. .1 the attenuated yellow carcasses of the grass- early in the morning when: they may be or vacate the commission heretofore power issued.If Hair Mattresses made to order at short it has always cured completely and left the

I ..f, ", ".I fed cattle which are butchered from September easily destroyed by tying any old cotton we should declare that the commissionwas notice. 36W. leg smooth.It .
,4 :'.: ) to April. Some of them verily seem rags to the end of a pole, saturate the same illegal' and void we would transcendour is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I .
to have been slaughtered to save their lives. K. BAUKNIGIIT have recommended it to a good and
t. ;' with kerosene, set the same on fire and hold legitimate functions, and present the many
of the stock law how they all it does the work. I in With-
; ::r Under the working under the nest.PL.NTING unseemly spectacle of a condemnation' of AGENT, say was
., in this Restricted erington &Kneeland's drug store in
:, great the change respect. Adams
CORN IN DRILLS.-Don't attemptit the official act of the chief executive of the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
inbreed and the other day, and saw a fine
., .+; in numbers improved duty very picture
.. keep it clear of State in the of the duty imposed "nUTCHER AND
as you: can never grass performance STOCK DEALER,
animals sent them. I tried to it, but could
for the
and cared you
: ; fed thrifty respond nay
and weeds it the cultivation it him the constitution and laws
on by JD
or give re-
ANDDealer
o' '' r f <;,, generously to such treatment, and not; they said if I would write to you that
:; I quires. In cultivating, corn requires the of the State with the clerk of the House of
fj r abundance of rich milk and butter in Ice you would send me one. I wish would
,' : yield an you ,
r' : roots to be broken, a day or two after whichit Representatives of Congress primarily and
j and I will do all
i :: ''to while their flesh, when marketed, is ever TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, you the good I can.
j throws out a multitude of feeder rootletsto the House ultimately to sit in judgment on
beef Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
; ''Z r superior to the best Tennessee transported take their place, and thus the whole sur- the act or this court in pronouncing the BROOM STREET WHARF,

v i4J iwt. by rail, and often reaching the face soil is ramified in search of food, which commission void. If the Governor should 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
'.;"'.. butcher pens in a jaded and feverish condi- cannot be so effectually accomplished when issue another commission there would be Spavin Cure.ON .

;' : tion. the corn is planted in drills. But when two persons armed with credentials under
i ,: 14.{' In considering this question also, should planted in checks you can plow it both the great seal of Mississippi, suitors for recognition DR. W. E. SNYDER, HUMAN FLESH.
never be forgotten that the most magnificent ways and kill the weeds much faster and as the rightful claimants of an office \ o

*! I registered Jersey does not eat a pound more with more ease than in any other way. An- only one can-hold. The court will not do a VEVAY. IND., August 12,1881.Dr. .
: ,.::. of provender than the ordinary scrub of the I Z B. J. Kendall & Co.
other thing in planting corn, plant nothingon vain thing. It will not act where it cannot : :
: f. ".fr country, while the difference in value between the same ground but corn. You cannot adjudicate. It will not pronounce a judg- y = GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-
,11' them is as one to twenty. It is manifestly be It has to :df day. Please send me some with imprint
I raise two crops at the same time on the same ment to disregarded. nothing my ,
(' ;,: therefore to the interest of our farmers land. Beans, pumpkins peas and potatoes do with the contest between the petitionerand ) printed on one side only. The Kendall's

t ''d);. and the welfare of the community, that should each be planted by themselves and Manning in the present attitude of their ..., Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
? i a stock law, or its equivalent, the present given their appropriate. cultivation, which controversy. We have not found a precedent ft,' S;; and not only for animals but for human
'. f: : :" \'',j,i 44 no fence" movement, be adopted and inaugurated cannot be done when either are planted for interference in such a state of case, !'1 ailments also. :Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the t

... t+ : > forthwith.! Hear the expression with corn and are not willing to make one. ? leading farmers in our county, sprained an
r I. .. of South Carolina as to how the stock law Judge Campbell delivered the able opinionof ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
:, t : works. The Charleston News and Courier PEN PIGs.-Pigs in the pen are the most the court, which the' lawyers pronouncelaw. OPERATIONS FIRST-CLASS; 20 years' remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
economical manure-makers to be found
as
a' says : ; charges reasonable. Sets did far better than he had expected cured
Captain Meyers is being congratulatedon ;
,. ,o four they will convert all the refuse vegetable of Teeth Gold Celluloid Rubber and
There are now at least flourishing all hands. Fate seems to be against on or the sprain in very short order.
: : 'r w stock farms in the State, and in nearly every matter gathered on the farm--including Chalmers. every set warranted to fit or money refunded. Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.:
Memphis Appeal.
weeds, sod, forest' leaves, &c.-into the best Loose
there fine specimens of or ill-looking Sets re-set and
J' 11 county are many ,
Price $1 bottle G bottles for$5. All
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r of manure when thrown into the for per
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made
At the pen Consultationsand
cattle of royal pedigree. entirely satisfactory.
; : .' a: registered FOUND AT LAST-An agreeable' dressingfor have it it for it
them to As two- druggists or can get you, or
trample over. as ten
advice
of many free and
10
r't last State fair there was a larger display willingly given.
;.. I horse wagon loads have been made in this. the hair, that will stop its falling, has will be sent to any address on receipt of
collected
: fine stock than had before been
ever way in one season from a couple of hogs. been long sought for. Parker's Hair Balsam: price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KEN-
in South Carolina and the
: country papers distinguished for its purity, fully suppliesthis DALL & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
DRUGS MEDICINES ETC
'. of the best
COMPOSTING there is
report' the frequent purchase I. MANURE.-Althouglr want. Send for Illustrated Circular.
.{ ::t..i breeds of cattle. This improvement may be much diversity of opinion among farmers as

H .::' attributed to the adoption of the general to the propriety of composting manure, IMPROVEMENT FOR MIND AND BODY.Thereis DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. Sold by all Druggists.
i: :' :': stock law and the necessity which has been some contending that it is much better to more strength-restoring power in.a bottleof

s i '>; cattle. This necessity, paradoxical as it directly to the field and compost it with the malt or a gallon of milk. As an appetizer, ,

I if F :!\'; may seem, means better beef and a larger soil, and thus save so much unnecessary blood purifier and kidney corrector, there is +
:f., supply of the produce of the dairy. The handling as is required when composttiig it nothing like it. and invalids consequently i-+I II II i--L I -+1 THE FLORIDA

; 't', ;. last report of the commissioner of agriculture with as much muck or other material as the find it a wonderful invigorant for mind and
PHARlIACISTSCentre
': r f. shows that the taxable value of cattle manure itself, still it is always advisable to body.-Commercial. rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.

:, i! in the State in 1882 was $161,902 less than in have on hand sufficient absorbents to pre- ------

I ;I. 1881. The same report also shows, however, vent the loss of the liquids.-Baltimore Sun. A friend to the rich and poor. A medi-

: : that 19,078 more gallons of milk were sold cine that strengthens and heals, is Brown's Fernandina

:: 1 .f in 1882 than during the previous year, and DEMORALIZING INFLUENCE OF Iron Bitters., Street, near Depot, ,

:1't;; w; that the butter product of 1882 was 324,056 POLITICS.The Towns on R. R. Line.
: pounds in excess of the producj; of the previous FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
fe : 1 year. So that the reduction in the death of Seleucius Garfielde in a Jowgambler's -. 18LE.Y'EED And Cedar Key.

: r., number of cattle was entirely offset by the den in Washington recently J
:1.
i t increased value of dairy products. The era points a.very forcible moral regarding the ". ABSOLUTELY PURE
'' f J-; v t IV I of the brindle cow and the razor-back hog tendencies of American public life. Gar

:; *' t', :-. is rapidly passing away." Comment is un- fielde, who was of New England birth, DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
'. i ,; necessary.-Macon Telegraph. emigrated from Kentucky in early life, Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
\ where he secured a liberal education. He OF ALL PLANTS, FOR ALL CROPS,
:: )>: [ studied law and gave such promise ability FOR ALL CLIMATES. DRUGS AND CHEMICALS number of the most eligible and desirable

:, J > 1., NEW FIBER PRODUCTIONS. that at thirty he was a member of the Legis- 'Wo are: the 1.- est farmers, hr-crt seed; ATOWc ,
;; i! ,' 'l ; "q':l There was to-day placed upon the sample lature, and shortly afterward was commis- ;;:..; t-id L r-jcat: seed dealers aayvrhcre; L,:. Ch.o Lots, suitable, for Business Purposes, or for
'; : \ ; tables of the Produce Exchange samples sioned to codify the statutes of that State. greatest facilities for rrotludcs: rest ScctldA.I Standard Patent Medicines,
f"" : our Seeds are tu: J,and only lao be:t te:::oit. I City or Suburban Residences,
: He became receiver of
Products of received a nloneys for
e ; g marked Bagasse, public Our Annual Catalogs and Price List brings THE I
N t from the worksof Louisiana Fiber Working Washington Territory, and served four (:2 .\TEST SEED STORE IN THE I II II I
r I' t 'I 1 Company. Fpr a number of years Mr. years as delegate in Congress from that ter WOULD TO YOUR OWN DOOR. It includes -I Fancy TOILET ArticlePERFUMERY I I UPON EASY TERMS.

r 4 i : Theophile Harang devoted himself to the ritory. He then adopted the gambler's pro- all the desirable new and standard varietiesof

:. t*:.t ;; P{ .... study of the various fibrous plants of this fession and remained in Washington until PLvits.rower Sent, VI'Z'etlble.FREE! : to Field any address.HI2AM and Tree Seeds, and Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
;. [ State. Bagasse, jute, wld indigo and the his death.
': t I \ banana all came under his observations and Garfielde's case is not an unusual one. :: SIBLEY & CO. Seedsmen parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

!:, : ,f S f experiment with varying success, until at Washington-and, for that matter, nearlyall Rochester,N.V.and Chicago,IlL I/LTBIIV'S EXTRACTS, etc. I
:l.-: : f last he succeeded in inventing a machine the State capitals-is full of such wrecks.In -- - rial enterprises, who will erect on the property -

<, :;; ::. x:/ \i. decorticate any of these plants on a sufficiently men of unusual promise. They were good purchased substantial improvementsfor
'faS : large scale to render the production fellows, of course, popular with the crowd slRgrEO f' o PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by
I r Ill
fPrl 'viL residence in which their
to conduct
of their fibers profitable. The samples at I and determined to enjoy themselves as they an experienced Druggist. or

,. : '. { the Produce Exchange abundantly attest went along. The temptations of public life S?* :MR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep business.
ajf'; t this. Besides the samples alluded to, three were too great for them to withstand, and
i over the store, and will respond to all callsat
"'. ti c : S.I: works of the company on Saturday, and are with a brilliant future before them, they night. 51

;' m\; \t now on exhibition at the company's central sunk gradually through all the gradationsof a \ by exemption for a term of years from
i ; vice and selfish to the lowest ABLISI-IED: 1875.
's f j I office, 1'0.9'/ Poydras street. This result is indulgence
f ;; :fi": .: i of undoubted commercial importance, considering plane of criminal wretchedness.The tomers WiU be of mailed last year FEEE without to ftll applicants orderin and It contains to cns taxation, offered by the several cities and

', : ;f j : ; the multifarious purposes to which causes which lead to these multi- about 175 pages, 600 Illustrations, prices, accurate

: .i ;r! the fiber can be adapted, such as rope, mat- tudinous wrecks in public life are plain. The 1500 descriptions varieties and of valuable Vegetable directions and Flower for planting Seeds, DRUGS MEDICINES towns. Apply to ,

; ;;' \ I:. t J{; ting, paper, pulp, etc. Hitherto bagasse was vicissitudes and uncertainties of politics Plants, Fruit Trees,etc. Invaluable to all, especially anHORSEY CHAS. W. LEWIS,
: than useless-it was expensive to have much to do with this demoralization. to Market Gardeners. Send for It!
: :t:! ; worse get
; D. M. FERRY & CO. DETROIT MlOH. JPii""Office cor.Beach & 7th sts.,Fernandina.
I ; rid of; now, under the manipulation of the A political revolution for the time being
; Fiber Company, there is obtained not only throws a man of high ambitions out of the & CO.
.Ir' -: a valuable fiber, but also a residuum which public service. He has become accustomed PATENTS obtained for new inventions BOOTS AND SHOES.
in
: '. I. Dr. Jones, after chemical analysis, has de. to the excitements of political life and hatesto or for improvements old
Caveats
TradeMarksand
: ,: clared to be an excellent fertilizer. Surely return to the ordinary humdrum life of a ones. Infringements,

'; \ a new era dawning upon the sugar in- private citizen. He is disappointed, and a all INVENTIONS patent business THAT promptly HAVE attendedto. BEEN =I PHARMACISTS 1= Y THE NEW STORE !&
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is the most assailedby
; tecests of this State, when what was supposed disappointed man easily
REJECTED still in most be
He he may cases, pat-
to be a wholly waste material is now temptation. imagines sees a way
suddenly found convertible into valuable to maintain himself by hanging around the ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- W. F. WOOD Jr.
li'c.' : ; ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- :B { } SC
', articles of commerce. The fertilizer result- capital and acting as a lobbyist or pander- Centre Street,
s ,'! ing from the disintegration of the bagasse ing to the vices of men more fortunate than NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-

; 'r.' fiber will soon be called for by sugar planters himself. Surrounded by such influencesthe from ents in less time than. those who are remote FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, > -j Proprietor }} ::EC

It Y as being particularly adapted to their final result is inevitable. For one man Washington.When
,' = 1. ; uses. The Fiber Company stock was placed who maintains himself in the public service Inventors send model or sketch,
Mhi we make search in the Patent Office, and constantly on hand a fine assort- > Cr >
term of
clean
i on the market in September last, and as the through a long years,living a KEEP
: l shares were only $10 par value, much of the upright life and commanding general con- advise as to its patentability free of charge. of FRESH and PURE FOR-

; stock went into the hands of young men fidence, there are scores who, like the gam- Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- EIGN and DOMESTIC \ HAND :
able and NO CHARGE UNLESS
PATENT
1t, ; and women, though in the list of stockholders bler, Garfielde, end their careers as paupers, ; -
IS .
OBTAINED.We
M, will be found the names of many leading drunkards and gamblers. Philadelphia Drugs and Chemicals
citizens, merchants, bank and railroad Times. refer by permission to the City Post- S lEi
toaster, and to the. Superintendent of the
officials and
capitalists generally. At the
AN ABLE OPINION. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash- and Patent Medicines
head of the company as president' is Mr. E. Homoeopathic ,
K. Converse, supported by an excellent JACKSON, April 16.-In the case of Myers, ington. For special references circular,ser- S Sr

; ', board of directors. Under such manage- Secretary of State, M. J. R.Chalmers, the Supreme vice, terms, etc., address Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
r i, ment the company invites the confidence of Court to-day reversed the judgmentof C. A. SNOW & CO., -

,4s. the public.Aew Orleans Picayune.AGRICULTURAL the Criminal Court, dismissing Chalmers' Opp.PatentOffrce, Washington. 2-tf FINE TOILET ARTICLES :IIQ :

petition for a mandamus at his cost. The ,

court held: Jfottce. C> C>
i NOTES., That a mandamus is the appropriatemeans To the Creditors of H. C. Baker: PERFUMERY, SOAPS\. ETC.,

4 FOOD TO THE POUND OF GROWTH.-The idea to compel an officer charged with the I will on the first day of May, 1883, at the
i of telling how many pounds of any kind of duty to declare the result of an election as office of J. E. Davis & Bro., King's Ferry, IN GREAT VARIETY. {{ Fernandina, jj j- :E;

food will grow a pound of flesh, without beyond dispute. The Secretary of State as Fla., make my final report, and pay to said
,w t taking into consideration the age and size of to this duty is merely a ministerial officer, creditors such amounts as may be due themas
Cor. Centre & Third.
;p the animal, is all quackery, as is also the and amenable to the courts as such, and per his assignment to me,dated December Physicians9 Prescriptions :B {j }} STIlE

: 4 statement that an animal will consume daily may be proceeded against by a mandamus.It 29,1882. ..,. ..._ J..E. DAVIS, Assignee. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
r +l three per cent of its weight. is a fundamental principle never to grant King's> Ferry, Fla., March 28, 1883. reasonable prices. 3* :NEW STORE. '
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Rules and Regulations in Rela- \ SEC. 18. These regulations shall take effecton I HORACE DREW tot t r >j Through tickets via this line and sleepingcar

tion to Quarantine. May 1st, 1883. Stationer, LoTS. IN FER.'UNDI g p. berths can be secured at the Company's
J. D. PALMER L
BOOkseller Depot Ticket Office,and at Ticket Office,No
President of the Board of Health Printer and Binder. .
7 West Bay Street.
Adopted by the Board of Health of Port of Unknown.......................!.......13 1 $ 4 50
Fernandina and Nassau County, Florida. Attest Tiu: o. STAEBUCK Secretary. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW It .................. 25 1 4 50 W. M. DAVIDSON General ,
March S9tht 1883. Ie .................. 7 2 3 26 Manager
SECTION 1. During the quarantine season, Fernandina Fla., April 21, 1882. A SPECIALITY. Ie .................. 8 2 3 26 WILLIAM General O. AMES, ,
it shall be the duty of the pilots to conductto u .................. 24 2 3 26 j. s. MCELROY Passenger Agent.
the quarantine grounds all vessels arriving Heal Estate S5-Liberal discounts to Teachers and II -. .................. 516 4 61 Master ,
in the harbor of Fernandina, except the Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on "c ". .................. 416 4 61 Transportation Tallahassee w
lines of coastwise steamers, and bring to For sale. Two desirable lots, well located. application. u .................. X16 461 Fla.
anchor at such quarantine grounds all such Apply to W. S. RAWSON. 59 W. BAY STREET, Co .................. 1117 3 08
vessels, there to remain for such time as the Fernandina, Fla., January 6,1882-tf. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. II .w. .................. 2.21 I 4 26 CARD
Port Physician shall designate and the said It ___uuu.uuuu, 291! A eX. TIME ,_ _
ilots shall immediately notify the Port LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.NOTICE. ,I :::::::,::::::::::: 4 21 4 26 y e .us ;

hysician, by flying the National ensign! at u' .................. 5 21 4 26 FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR .
the foremast-head, of the arrival of said vessels II .................. 8 28 5 12 RAILROAD I., ,
; and the said pilots shall hand the mas- .................. 11 28 5 12 AND .
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ter or person having charge of said vessel, aropy ..................1128 4 44 FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R.R.
of these rules and regulations. The .................. 3 30 4 74 >
lower quarantine grounds shall be at or near (taxes for'81))......... 3 32 2 84 In Effect January 7th, 188S. r:

Tiger Buoy, where all vessels with sicknesson is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction .................. 2 71 3 25. GOING .} "
board and all vessels from ports south of Notice the 7th day of May at the Court House in Fernandina, in the County of Nassau .................. 2 77 823 SOUTH. 1,
latitude must anchor. The Leave Fernandina........................ 8.00 ,"i..
25 north upper or so much thereof as wil1be to the amounts due for taxes herein .................. 1 79 4 24 a.m.
quarantine grounds shall be between the necessary pay set op- Leave Hart's Road....................... 8.42a.m. "' : '
with the of sale and W
Ballast dock and Huot's mill, where coast- posite to the same, together costs advertising : WARREN F. SCOTT, Leave Callahan.......................... 9.48 .

wise vessels must anchor. Collector of Revenue. ; Leave Dutton........................ ....10.15 a.m. .: .\
SEC. 2. All vessels quarantined under! as lXIo y 3o > j( I, Leave Brandy Branch .........-.....10.30 a.m. "
., the provisions of these rules shall remain at E z g 0 TO LET. Leave Baldwin...........................11.05 a.m. .
:said quarantine without: communication OWNER. DESCRIPTION. xro x x Leave Maxville......:...................11.32 a.m.
with the shore,or with any person or persons :. .,J A .COMMODIOUS Leave Highland........................11.55 a.m.
or with any other boats or vesselsof -- - Leave Lawtey ..................... .....12.15 ''
whatever description whatever, unless by special Burns, S. L., Agent....... S i or White Oak Plantation.......... ....... 43 4 N 26E 1500 $ 3118 D"W"ELLINGr Leave Tem le's....................-......12.30 p.m.p.m. t
any of the Fort Physician and Baker, H. C............... .. The Zack Haddock grant, sawmill and ; Arrive Star a.............................12.34
if permission quarantined vessel shall hold ;communication dwelling............................................. 39 4 N 25 E 709 15711 Corner Escambia and Fourth streets. Pos- Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m.p.m.
any with other quarantinedvessel Brown, Miss E. P........... Lots 2'2 and 23, block 3, Fernandina_...... 709 7 63 session can be given April 1st. Leave Thurston .......................... 1.00
then such vessel any shall be quarantined I Booth, \V. J.................. Lot 1........._.......................................... 3" 2 N 25 E oFt t!:4 7 45 Inquire of G. STARK. Arrive Waldo.............................. 1.30 p.m.p.m.G.r' ;
for fifteen days additional, in addition to all Buford, J. D.................. All of the Pedro Potts grant lying on Fernandina, Fla., March 18, 1883. Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35p.m.
...... .......... 2 N
other fines or penalties imposed by these North side of Mills Swamp 47 25E 200 20 25 : Leave Gainesville........................ 2.27 .
Ballard, J. RoO ............... Lot 3, block 25, Fernandina................... 14 27 ., Leave Arredondo p.m.
.................... 2.43 .
regulations. ........... ......... .......... 3 N p.m.
Barnhill Mrs. N. Lot 12 of John Lowe 28 E
grant 48 61 125 ? a. PARKER'SHAIR Y
Leave .. .
Batton ...
SEC. 3. It shall be the duty of the PortPln'sician ...................... t
to visit all vessels arriving in the Barber, L...................... S E corner of lot 2................................. 17 4 N 25 E 5 4 30 ,r. I Archer.............................. 3.15 2.57p.m.Leave p.m. '
Fernandina Beach Hotel & Road Co. As described in a deed on record in book Leave Bronson ........... .
harbor of as soon as possible .... ... ....... 3.50p.m.
.after such arrival is reported to him by the "R, pages 582 and 583, County records. 13 3 N 29 E 4 10100 BALSAM. Leave Otter Creek........................ 4.27
as in Section 1 and inspectsaid Crane, \Vm.................... N \V i of SV i-... ...............,................ 22 2 N 24 E 40 8 29 I i' ; A perfect dress Leave Rosewood...... ................. p.m.
pilots provided .. .... .... ._... ..... ... ....... .......... 2 S t 5.02p.m.
vessels and if in a good sanitary con- Counts, J. C...... N E :l of N E 1. .... 7 23 E 40 1028 ing.elegantlyperA Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.35 p.m.
N 'V corner or Sanches grant (for 1879, ;A| and Ilarm- t
healthand
dition, he shall give a certificate of .
their 1880 and 1881...................................... 51 2 N 25 E 305 1023 less. Removes GOING NOKTH.
allow them to proceed on voyage ; N \V corner of Sanches grant_................ 51 2 N 25 E 305 I dandruff natural color restores Leave Cedar Key........................ 7.25 a.m.
but if he shall find any of said vessels in a R. Jr................. and i.
foul unsanitary condition he shall order Cay 3 lots in Callahan, as described in a deed prevents baldness Leave Rosewood........................ 8.05 a.m. u;
the or said vessels into quarantine, until on record in book" R," pages 516, 517, a 20 rents and II l Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m. l
thoroughly cleaned and fumigated and .519.550 and 551 County Records,......... 5 7153 I lId at dl ugguU.f Leave Bronson........ ......... ........... 9.22 a.m. '
in good sanitary condition after which put he Cook & Van Nostrand.... Saw mill on...... .................................... 31 1 S 23E 6520 FLORESTONCOLOGNE Leave Archer.............................. 9.52a.m.
shall give said vessel a certificate, of health Davis, James H.............. On south side of \Vm. Hogan. grant......... 38 4 N 24 E 40 629d. f Leave Batton ............ .................10.09 a.m. t
and allow her to proceed to her destination, Den afield, Sam............. Lot 6, block 40. Fernan ma.........-.......... 1666 .t h''J" Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m.
through within the limits of the of Dozier, John_............... Lot 2. block 1, Callahan.......................... 30 2 N 25E 1627 An tiqnUItely In.I Leave Gainesville............... ........10.50 a.m.
Fernandina.SEC. or port Jos. Prevatt grant.................................. 39 4 N 24E 400 ( r 1' want perfume with- Arrive Waldo............................11.40 a.m.
4. On and after the opening each Davis, John, Estate of{ Lots 1, 2,3, 4..j 4 N 24E 160 ( !i propertlef.ezceptiouallylutluc Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m.
of the National Quarantine Station Lot 2..5 1 N 23 E 40 923EaO'er k 25 and 75 cents.PARKER'S Leave Thurston.........................12.24 p.m. fi
year ......... ......... 1 S Arrive Starke........... ..... .
(Sapelo Sound), all vessels from ports south Benjamin_. ..... Saw mill on S 'V 1 of SIV 1.. 9EuTianks 24 E 8210 .. ........12.38 p.m. t '(s
of 25 north latitude must be directed by the Eliza.............. Lots 5 and 12 ; N i or N \V 1 ; N W 1 oNE Leave Starke................................ 1.00 p.m.
pilot to proceed to said National Quarantine }........................................... .....214N24E 172 524 Leave Temple's........................... 1.09p.m.
Station. Faulk, Jane................. W ofS 'V 1, of SV 1 ofS 'V ::1 of......... 34 4 N 24E 5 235 CINCER TONICAn Leave Lawtey -........................... 1.33 p.m. I
SEC. 5. Any vessel arriving at this port Gale, J. 11.................... S E 1 ofS E }................... .................... 29 3 N 25 E 40 6 89 Leave Highland........................- 1.55 p.m. 3
bearing the certificate of the National Quarantine Grant, George............... .E part of lot 2 on Nelson grant.... ......... 20 4 N 25E 8 430 Invigorating delicious combination Medicine that of Never IntoxicatesThis Leave Maxville ........................... 2.19 p.m. ;
officer, must be brought to anchor at S'WofS "r }........ ............................... 31N25E 40 Mandrake, Stillingia.and many other Ginger.of the Buchu best, Arrive Baldwin......... .................. 2.43 p.m .:
the Quarantine Station, and there remain SEofSE: }........................................ 41N25E 39 vegetable remedies known. cures all disorders of Leave Baldwin ........L ................. 2.53p.m. 4
until released by the order of the Board ol Gardner, E. A. Est. or.. { E ofN E }.......................................... 9 1 N 25E 86 the bowels,stomach,liver,kidneys and lungs, &is Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m.
Health or Port Physician. .'V of N \V :}.......... ............................:101N 25E 81 The Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.If Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35 p.m. "
SEC. 6. During the closure of said National Lot 2 N 27 E 33 7 23 you are suffering from Female Complaints, Leave Callahan.......................... 4.25 p.m. w.,.
Quarantine Station all vessels such as above Higgins, Jos.................. Lot 4..9 729 Nervousness Rheumatism Dyspepsia Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15 p.m.
described 'must anchor at the Port Quarantine Huntress, l\Irs. U. A...... Lot 2 N 28 E 10 5 24 age or any disease or infirmity, take Parker's Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m. I
Station, under personal direction of the S E i-............... ................................... 24 4 N 24 E 182 Ginger Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body Trains daily except Sunday.PENINSULAR w
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quarantine officer. Haddock, D. T............ { E ofN E }.......................................... 36 4 N25 E and give you new DOLLARSPaid life and vigor.3.OO j f I ;,

SEC. 7. All vessels arriving at this port SkofSN }....................... .....................25 4N25E 159 2185 for anything injurious found in Ginger Tonicor t,
with sickness on board or having had the S 'V part of J Smith grant sections 25, for a failure to help or cure.
same during voyage, will, at all seasons of IIigginbothanl: J. S..... { 35 and..... ................................ ........ 36 3 N 25E 297 6Oc Size.:.and Send$1 for sizes circular at dealers Hiacoz In dnipf.A Co.Larjre, i vine boy tog DIVISION.
the year, no matter from what port, either' Lot 3..................................................... 25 3 N 25 E 52 1686 tl to 163 Wm.St.N.Y. !
American or foreign, anchor at the quaran- Hughes, Emerlin........... E i ofS 'V i of SV:1: ofS 'V i .............. .34 .4 N 24E 4 225 GOING SOUTH. ,

tine station, and there remain until releasedby Harris, Daniel.........,. { Henry Young grant.............................. 40 3 N 26 E 100 Leave Waldo Junction................. 1.40 p.m. '
order of the Board of Health or Quarantine Out lots 3 and 4, or part uf ....................18 3 N,28 E 5 759 RAILROADS Leave Dixie................................. 2.02 p.m.
Physician. Higginbotham, Arthur... S W } ofS E }........................................ 7 2 S23E.4O 888 Leave Hawthorne ................. ...- 2.20 p.m. i' ;t
SEC. 8. Vessels from )ports south of 25 Jones, Tobe.................. N E 1 ofN 'V }...................................... 36 2 N 24 E 40 274 Leave Lochloosa.......................... 2.38 p.m. i t
north latitude will, during the entire year Jackson, July............... Wi ofS E ::1 of SV ::1 of SV }....,.......... 34 4 N 24 E 5 330 CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m. :
be required to discharge any and all ballastat Johnson Daniel............. Lot 4 N 25 E 53 629 FLORIDA RAILROAD. I Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31 p.m. I I'
the quarantine station, to have bilges and Klarer, J. & Frank F..... As 2..s. -- : Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00 p.m.
limbers cleaned and sweetened, and from 4' 2 N 28 E 6 664 JACKSONVILLE, March 4th, 1883. Leave Ocala...,............................. 4.30 p.m. f'
November 1st to May 1st each year be sub- Lang, l\Irs. CoO................ E or N \V i. S \V:1.: ........... .................. 8 1 S 23 E 143 763 Commencing this date trains on this Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m. t
jected to at least one fumigation.SEC. ( All of.......................... .::.....................10 1 N,23E 60 road and its connection will run as follows : Arrive Wildwood....................... 5.45 p.m.
9. On and after May 1st and until November Lots 1, 2 and 3....................................... 5 2 N 23 E 126 GOING NORTH. .II'.
1st of each year, and longer if the All of fractional................................... 8 2 N 23 E 11 WESTWARD.No. ,4
Board of Health so determine, all coastwise SWofNElots1,2,3and4............. 9 2N23E 239 No.1. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00 a.m. i
Accom. Mail.8.15pm. Leave Lake Weir Station............ I'
vessels must anchor at the quarantine sta- E 10rS E i, E ofN 'V 1of section 27 7.35 a.m: ;
tion. Vessels from non-infected or non-sus- and lot 1 of..................:...... ................28 2 N 23 E 198 Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m Leave Ocala................................. 9.00 a.m. ,
pcctcd will not be detained EofNENWofNEEo Arrive Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 9.02pm Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18 a.m.
than ports for the officer longer I NWIN \VofNWNEofS Lake City...........10.55 a m 12.00pm Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.46 a.m.

satisfy necessary himself of their quarantine perfect sanitary con-to I \V i. N E ::1 or :lot 3..............................10 2N23E 344 "" Live Oak"...........12.35 p m 1.15 a m Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13 a.m. '+
dition. Vessels from ports south of 25 Lot 4 of section 11, S 'V i of N E 1, S l- Madison ............ 3.15pm 3.30 a m Leave Lochloosa.....................10.39 a.m.
north latitude will have to with ofNV i, \V ofSE.NEofSW22N'23E 242 Drifton............... 5.20pm 5.35am6.00am Leave Hawthorne........................10.57 a.m. .
comply section "
S, be fumigated at least twice and de- NE.NEofSESWofSENt: : Monticello ......... 6.00pm Leave Dixie..............................11.15 a.m. .
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tamed at least fifteen days. of S \V i,.......................2. N 23 E 527 Tallahassee......... 7.05pm 7.30 a m Arrive Waldo Junction.... .........11.35 a.m. /. {
I, Leave Tallahassee......... 8.00am9.25am
SEC. 10. The coastwise steamers shall El.NEiorSElNofS'Vllot2.14 Trains daily Sunday. :
be 2N23E 334 except
allowed S oflot lot ArriveQuincy .............. ,
to come to their wharves and be 1. 2, NWofNWEoSESWofSW 1
there inspected by the Port Physician, unless i ..........................5 2N23E 279 Leave Chatta. River_.... 10.50 a nl J Jt.
otherwise ordered by him but no person or All of fractional.................................. 21 2N23E 5 River Junction... 11.00 a m ;t
Arrive Marianna.........
freight or baggage shall be landed nor per- NEIofNE1S of S E 1, \V of lot 1, 1.55pm9.05pm FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
allowed Lynch, John............... lots 3 and ........... .. Pensacola...........
sons to go on board, until permis- 2. 4. .. ..................... 22 2 N 23 E 314 GOING SOUTH. CLeave
Leave Pensacola...........
sion SEofNW 10.45pm
begiven by the Port i SWofSESofS1V
Physician and if i it! ,
be found the ; 1..................... ......... Mobile.............. 4.30am Fernandina..11.3.5 a.m. 6.15 p.m.
by Port Physician that said ....... ...... ...... 23 2 N 23 E 116 Arrive New Orleans...... 9.40 a m Leave Hart's Road......12.05 p.m. 6.55 p.m.
steamers have N W ofN E
1 EofSE
sickness 1
NWo
any or contagious 1, Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00p.m. 8.00p.m.GOING i
disease on board, said steamers shall be immediately S WI..2-1 2 N 23 E 160 EASTWARD.No.
ordered to the quarantine ground. .. S E 2N23E 40 No. 2. NORTH. l
SEC. 11. The Port Physician is hereby authorized Woof NEW or SE 1, NW ::1, N Accom. :Mail. Leave Jacksonville.... 9.00a.m. 3.35p.m. '

and required to administer to all of SV i.......................,..................... 26 2N23E 398 Arrive Jacksonville...... 7.40pm 7.30am Leave Hart's Road...... 9.35 a.m. 4.01 p.m. .
masters of vessels arriving in this port (ex- 'V 1 or N E 1, N \V i of S E 1, lots 1 and 233 2N23E 218 Baldwin............. 6.05pm 6.15am Arrive .ernandina..l0.40 a.m. 5.00 p.m.
cept those of coastwise steamers) the oath I N E lorN E i, 'V ofNESEofN. Lake City........... 2.05 p m 2.40 a m Trains double daily except Sunday. i
prescribed by the National Board of Health. WEofSENWofSEN 1 Live Oak...........12.05 p m 1.05 a m SUNDAY TRAINS.

SEC. 12. From May 1st to November 1st ol f ofS \V i... ....................... .................. 34 2 N 23E 359 Madison ............ 9.55am 11.28pm i
each year, no vessel from an infected or sus- I Jots 3 and 4............'............................. 32 2 N 23E 145 Drifton............... 7.45am 9.43pm Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.45a.m. I
pected latitude will be allowed to either E 1 of N E i, 'V !............... .................. 2 N 24 E 399 Monticello ......... 8.15am 10.10pm Arrive Fernandina......................11.10 a.m.
lighter All or section 5 6 ... ... Tallahassee......... 6.00am Leave Fernandina.......................5.00 p.m.
and. .. ...
or bring cargo of fruit up to the city. ................. .4 2 N 24 E 1920 7.45pm
SEC. 13. Pilots must in each case, before NE NEandWo 2N24E 980 Leave Tallahassee ......- 8.15 p m Arrive Jacksonville...................... 6.25 p.m. :

boarding, make inquiry as to the sanitary l N\V }.................:.... ...... ......................19 2N24E 160 Arrive Quincy............. 6.20pm
condition of vessels ; in no case must they S 1 of SV }..........................................313N24E 80 Leave Chatt'chee River 5.15 p m t
board if the vessel has sickness on board, or 'V of SW i.. ...................................... 32 3 N 24 E 80 9099 Arrive River Junction.. 4.40 p m CONNECTIONS. 1j
has had some during voyage; in such cases Manigault, C. C............. Lot 4, block 39, Fernandina.................... 749 Marianna.......... 1.30pm
they must eitherdirect toSapelo Quarantine Nooney, James.............. Little Tiger Island north of Tiger Creek... 39 3 N 28 E 40 524 Leave Pensacola........... 6.20 a m AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
Station lead the vessel in, or have their Peterson, N................... N E 1 ofS 'v i, S 1 ofS W }.................. 22 2 N 24E 120 335 Arrive Pensacola.......... 6.00 a m With New York and Fernandina Steam-.
small boat hoisted alongside clear of the Lot2SWofNWofSESW o Leave Mobile..........._. 11.45pm
water, and in this way pilot the vessel in. Pickett, H. C.............. { lot 5..:........:.... 32 2 N 25 E Leave New Orleans...... 6.18pm ship a.m. Line 11.35 from a.m.,New 6.15 York on Tuesday and for,New at 8

SEC. 14. The Port Physician shall receive, S E corner or ....................................... N 24E 139 1307 Passenger train leaves Jacksonville daily, York, or p.m.;
from every vessel visited by him under the Pollard G. P................. Lot 1..._.................................... ............49,2, N 25 E 60 4 89 except Sunday,at 10.00 a.m., arrives at Bald- 5.50 on Thursday. at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.,
provisions of this ordinance, a fee of five Ryals, H. C.................... As described in a deed on record in book win at 10:45 a.m. or p.m.With Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
dollars for foreign and three dollars for coast- E," pages 126 and 127 County Records 3 N 25 E 132 325 Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45p.m., nah and :

wise vessels, and for each certificate of health Russell, J. 0............... { 5........................ .......... ........................ 39 3 N 26 E arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 p.m., making Sunday, Wednesday Friday. :
issued by him under the provisions of these S E part of.......................... .................. 57 3 N Z7 E 136 6 29 close connection both ways with the Florida AT CALLAHAN.To 1
regulations he shall receive a fee of two R'\tcliffe, W. B............... The J D Braddock grant..;.................... 38 3 N 26 E 60 5218 Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville and from Savannah and Charleston at
dollars and for each and every vessel fumi- Robinson, ItIoses_.......... Lot 3..................................................... 6 2 N 28 E 134 9 28 Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and.all 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.
gated he shall receive a fee of twenty dollars; Smith, H. R.................. S W}.....................................................14 2 N 24 E 100 923 Gulf Ports. AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
and any vessel having on board any sickness Swearingen, Samuel....... 4 of N 'V 1................................. ......... 4 4 N 24 E 80 1128 Through Sleeping Cars on night trains.
of any infectious or malignant character, Stewart, Ben................. E corner..........................................,19 2 N 25 E 18 430 CONNECTIONS.At To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and
shall pay the Port Physician, in addition to 1......................................................18 2 N 28 E 87 2.43 p.m. +
the above fees, the sum of eight dollars per 4, block 15, Fernandina.................... Jacksonville with Waycross Short Line AT HAWTHORNE, '
day for attendance, and a reasonable'charge Sllhrer, F. C............... { 26 and Z7, block 2, Fernandina....... all points North and East; with the Fernan- To and from Palatka at 10.37 a.m. and 2.20 "
for medicines. In no case shall the; Port 3 and 4, block 269, Fernandina........ dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- p.m. .
Physician be entitled to any other S than 9, block Z7, Fernandin .................... 6910 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on AT WILDWOOD. r
those provided in these regulations Swearingen, B. B........... described in a deed on record in book the St. Johns River. With Stage Line to and from Brooksville
SEC. 15. Each and every person, or each R," page 235 County records................ 38 2 N Z7 E 190 524 &At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida and Tampa daily except Sunday. f'
and every vessel or other craft, who or which Sutton, H..................... E comer or lot 3................................. 7 4 N 25 E 2 430 Western Railroad.At With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
shall be found guilty of any violation of Taylor, Jos......................S i of'Vood grant.........;...,.....,......... 42 2 N 25E 340 425 Railroad Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch daily except Sunday. f.
these regulations, or their provisions, shall, Tison, John N............... W comer......."............:................... 40 1 N 25E 163 430 on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., .
upon conviction, be fined no less than $5 Washington, Jos............ 1 ofS Wi, lots 12 and 13........,............ 11 1 N 24E 80 430Wilds urdays.At :
nor more than $100, or imprisoned for.not Wm M........... l. !..................................:...................10 3 N 26 E 320 cola &Chattahpochee Atlantic Railroad River for, with Marianna the Pensa-Pen- With for Tampa Key West Steamship Company's and Steamers -
jess than one nor more than twenty days, or i or S E 1. S E 1 of S W L................... 2 3N26E 200 1287 Monday Thursday ?
Roth, at the discretion of the Board of Williams, Peter,..............S 10 and 11. block 27, rnandina...... 1721 sacola, Mobile, New Orleans, and all pointsin p. m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and

\\ i son, D. B.................. i of N. 'Vilds' tract........#................... 41 4 N 26 E 200 335Viggins the West, Southwest, and Northwest Friday.

SEC 16. The Port Physician shall be required \ Wm............. { E i of N E 1...................;................... 33 4 N 25 E 40 forming BEST ROUTE the SHORTEST to these, QUICKEST and AND with West With and Morgan's Havana Line Steamships for Key
to make a monthly report of the 'V 1 of N W }...................................... 34 4 N 25 E 41 6 29 the points; every Saturday 4 p. m.;
Central
amounts of fees received by him. Wilds, C...................... { of...............................:...................16 3 N 26 E 420 and Thursdays and People's for Line Apalachicola Boats on ,Sundays and- for For New information Orleans every respecting Friday at routes 4 p. m.rates
SEC. 17. In case of the absence or sickness part ofS. Cbristophergrant._......... 48 2 N 27 E 5ro 44 51 ,
of the Port Williamson C. A ......... 6 block 22 Fernandina:. Tuesdays and Saturdays for Columbus and etc., apply to
j Physician he shall have author- .. ............... 823 Eufanla.jSf .
"v to appoint a deputy, for whose acts the Unknown...................... S WI ors W 1. lot 2 NI27 63 225 A. MAcDONELL
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p U Take the NEW SHORT LINE via Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent.D. .
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Physician shall be accountable. Wi, S E 1, N I 2N24E 440 933 the
Florida Central and Sestet Railroad. E. MAXWELL, Gen Supt. 21 '
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fr V'.rz rSt i THE FLORIDA MIRROR. I Mr. and 1.frs.Yalter G. Coleman 4 were Council Proceedings.The ble to investigate the matter, that lot 25 is Vaccination.DR. .

< >'A ; ,.f registered as guests at the Egmont this regular meeting of the City Councilwas assessed to the South Carolina Loan &Trust JONES, on Fourth street, has fresh
and all the assessed
Company rest as
: I ;t. $.00 A YEAR $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS week. They came over for a visit:to our held on Wednesday evening last. Pres- owners unknown., W. H.are GARLAND. vaccine virus. Vaccination fee, $1. 2t

beach, and while here received many calls ent: Aldermen-Avery, Kelly, King, Robinson -
t Fernandina, Fla., April f6, 1883. Strawberries and
e I Reflections. from their numerous friends. 1 Williams and McDonald.In Vegetables
.. : t. ; Fresh vegetables and
strawberries
'p.f received
Six colored prisoners sentenced to the the absence of President Suhrer, Al- Hotel dally at
';; l1J : Mr. Jas. R. Finegan, of Glencoe, Volusia Arrivals. MRS. FLETCIIER
I I' .t" M penitentiary the recent term of the Cir derman Avery was called to the chair.

it r .J e.r ., !II' county, was in the city this week. cuit Court, left here on yesterday morning The bill of Thos. Latson, for.$5, for nurs- EGMONT. A For Kent.

/:,\:, .1f .. A United States surveying schooner has I for the convict. camp ,A large number of ing John Jackson, was ordered paid. E F Dunning and wife. James Hyland, of very desirable dwelling-house.JOHN HEDGES Inquire

L .: been in our harbor this week. : The salaries of officers Rodgers, Mrs J P Dash, New York ; ,
t. ; .. their friends and acquaintances were; at the matter of city was A D Barnes, Lynchburg, Va ; J H Wood, January 19-tf_Fernandina, Fla.

J: ( There have been no cases of small-pox in train to see them off. then taken up, and the report of the Fi- Honolulu, HI ; Mrs F1 Robinson, C L
Nassau Fibre
I": : ,"il r' t Fernandina, or even rumors of any. The members of:.the bar of Duval county nance Committee adopted, with the exception Robinson, Walter G Coleman and wife G H For beds, pillows and mattresses, ,
of the matter of Old Town whichwas Fleming, J S Walsh, E McCune, W B superior
-1 f police to
else in
p .. ,'' Seasonable rains and warm weather are have recommended the suspension; the Thompson, Jacksonville Mrs J H Lowry, anything use. For sale by ,
;
h t ;1:: .: i bringing vegetables forward in great plenty: Spring Term of the Circuit and United States increased to $25 per month. Miss Susie Lowry, Milwaukee; Mrs J C June 2--tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. :i
f The matter of fees of marshal and
kr policewas Teasdale F and wife
f: t' ':: Hon L. D. M. Sweat and wife, of Port courts, as a precautionary measure in view Sheppard Pennsyl- Select "Intermediate" School for
., ; referred to the Committee on Rules and vania; H J Wolf, Jas M Kreamer, Mrs W Boys and
'.. '. land Me. at the this of the existence of smal ,and the usually Girls,
ti; ;: ; were guests Egmont pox Ordinances. Painter, son and servant, Miss A M Blanch-
Li : dZ week. crowded condition of the courtroom.We ard. Miss E P Cook,H C Cook, Philadelphia; Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circulars
Alderman offered on application.
King a resolution requesting -
F M
Carnegie, Pittsburgh Sir Philip H
i::; .' : : The Penny Reading at Mr. S. A. Swann's had high winds on Saturday and Sun the Mayor to enforce the cattle or- Clarke, London, Eng ; T1; Daniels, wife GW.. SCIIUYLER.

1 ::1:7 on Thursday evening, was a very pleasant day, with high temperature until Mondaynoon dinance, which was adopted. and three children, Miss Sarah Leggett: Music Pupils and received French.in Vocal and Instrumental

&I : ".." {,(, t entertainment.Professor when a very severe rain storm, accompanied Toronto. 0 ; W L Robinson, Mrs S C Rob- 50AGENTS
inson, :Miss M E Robinson, Chattanooga
i fh; : McMillan, of Jacksonville, gave with thunder and lightning, The Grand Jury Presentment.To Tenn ; J L Mitchell, Milwaukee ; B T 'WANTED IN EVERY TOWN

; :," 1J'' r d I' an exhibition of fancy skating at the rink prevailed. The temperature during the the Court Hon. Jas. M. Baker, Judge of our Circuit Hatcher, Columbus, Ga; C A Gordon, Wisconsin Nassau'Nassau Beds." Fibre"Here is and Upholstered '-',
: a good: busi-
:, remainder of the week has been cool and ; Mrs Wm Hammond, Miss A A for
< Wednesday evening. ness a live man. Exclusive
We the Grand'Jury of Nassau
county, Steele, L D M Sweat and wife, Portland, Me territory.
:.' ;;" l.: \ Mr. M. L. Morris, proprietor of the Stafford very pleasant.The having finished the business brought beforeus John H Griffin, R Falligant, Savannah, Ga;; Liberal Address commission..
EDWIN S.
LOOMIS
and all the duties which the ,
performed
,I ;;j ""\ place on Cumberland. Island, left for the Simon W Hatch, Blackshear, Ga ; SpencerR
: Mallory steamship Western Texas, public good of the county and the law require Atkinson L Mershon W E G B _Fernandina, Fla.
Kay,
: .: .t .f.;, ,; North this week. which sailed for New York Thursday eve of us, beg leave to make this general Mabry, Brunswick, Ga; Charles T Tyrer, Masonic.

'.N' :' .1.... Mr. C. L. Robinson, of Jacksonville, paid ning carried 78 passengers and the follow- presentment: Believing it one of the most England ; Mrs N Chase, Miss A Walsh, New .
communications
duties of the is to Regular: Amelia
important grand jury Lodge
; ; a visit to Fernandina this week. He is ing : 1,654 packages vegetables 213 York ; Mrs James A German, E Bauman, E
cargo thoroughly inquire into the manner in No. 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 :
_ : '..., "'<'.. always a welcome visitor. cases cedar, 376 barrels rosin, 145 barrels which public buildings, offices and roads are i T Evans, Boston ; A C Hunterand wife, Ky. January 22. July 16.

I ','"! In consequence of the absence of Father spirits, 105 sacks cedar saw-dust, 149" pack- kept, and the manner in which the officersof February 19. August 13.
:
; ; the their duties. MARINE.
discharging
I county are :March 19. September 10.
: : ;'i O'Boyle no services will be held in the ages merchandise. We have devoted much of our time, to the April 16. October 15.

i ? 1 '. :; Catholic Church tomorrow.Mr. Preaching at the Baptist Church tomorrow examination of the same, and especially as Port of Fernandina: May 21. November 12.

at 10:30 and 7:30 to the manner in which the tax-rolls have HIGH WATER. June 18. t December 10. '
: a. m. p. m. Subject
<: J. L. Mitchell of Milwaukee Wis.
'/ a i been attention been calledto '
kept, our having December 27.
.' ;" prominent banker of that city has been for morning discourse : "What is the Kingdom this the of the citi- Saturday, April 28...... 0:00 A.M. 0:02P.M.
:
n j a I by general complaint 29...... 0:31" At 7:30: p. m. Visiting brethren fraternally
Sunday 1:00
: of God and when will it be set ?" of the ,
; t up zens invited
1 '. guest at the Egmont this week. county. Monday, 30...... 1:27 2:00" to attend.
For evening discourse: Christ not only The grand jury of the Spring Term of 1881 J. E. WANDELL, W. M
:! Tuesday, May 1...... 2:21" 3:01" ,
: : The quarantine rules and regulations
called the attention
go special to
irregu- C. H. BERG
t' gross Secretary.
our Atonement but also our Example. Wednesday, 2...... 3:30" 4:00":
.": into larities in the office of the .
; effect on Wednesday next. See noticeof existing assessor. -
Thursday, 3...... 4:34" 5:10":
all week.
next
:"',' the Board Health.elsewhere. Meetings These have not been corrected. We find in Friday, 4...... 5:38": 6:13 Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its
addition to this many other irregularities, regular con vocations on the Wednesday fol-
t { t Over two hundred persons, principallycolored At a meeting of the Wardens and :Vestry which force the grand jury to the conclu lowing each regular communication of Ame-

,! :{,( people, have been vaccinated by Dr. of $t. Peter's Church, held on the 23d inst., sion that the assessor is remiss in the discharge ENTERED. lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp.

/. j.:"F J W. H. Pope at the free vaccination bureau. Messrs. H. E. Dotterer, S. A. Swann-. V. of his duties, and wholly incompetent April 22-S.P.Savannah City of Bridgeton with Fitzgerald and ; Transient companions fraternally invitedto
r the Valuable wharf freight
to perform same. passengers attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P.
and G. R. Fairbanks elected
: 4 Hillyer were
:;, 1, The skating rink will be open hereafter property, which paying a revenue to the to J. A. Mercier. W. A. JONES Secretary.
-' delegates to the 4th Diocesan Council the owner has not been assessed. Other 22-Bark Bjorn.Bjornstadt, Liverpool;
.4": Friday afternoons from 3:30: to 6 o'clock, for prop Knights of Honor.
.. Protestant Episcopal Church, to be held? at erty has been dropped from the tax-books salt, to Wm. Lawtey.
":, the accommodation of ladies and children Tallahassee on the 2d of May. since the assessment of 1881. In the city of 25-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2o35: K. of H.,
,1% Savannah with and meets the first and third Tuesday nights in
; f only. Fernandina alone we find to the amount of freight pas-
i our f about from the rolls. If sengers, to J. Mercier, Agent. every month, at 8 o'clock.G. .
$3,000 dropped we
We regret to learn that charming lit-
: 4.i : ",: I The regular monthly reception of the had time to go into detailed examination we 25-S. S. Western Texas, New Yorkt N. SAUSSY Dictator.

:. r ....1.. ..." I Roller Skating Club takes place next Tuesday tle steam-yacht the Egmont has left our believe that the county and State have been Risk, 1,210 tons ; with freigh- W. J. WOODWARD, Reporter.

!; ( : evening. A band will be in attendance, waters. We hope that we may hare the deprived of thousands of dollars of revenue and passengers, to R. W.South, Legion of Honor.

: '"'... and dancing will follow the skating. pleasure of welcoming her back with her through the neglect of the assessor. Notwithstanding wick. Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of
I'. that the attention of the coun- 26-Sch. T. Harris Kirk New
.t courteous commander and officers next H., meets the second and fourth Friday
? ; The Jacksonville hotels have all closed The has contributed ty commissioners was called to these irregu York ; hay, to Fred W. Hoyt& nights in every month, at 8 o'clock.
: ,:J I except the St. Marks. The merchants claim season. Xgmant very larities in the presentment of the grand juryof Co. THE STARBUPK Commander.
r. greatly to the pleasure of our visitors and 27-S. P. City of Bridgeton
ti, 1 : that the small-pox scarce has severely aft' 1881, they seem not to have taken noticeof Fitzgerald, W.,J. WOODWARD, Secretary.
: I citizens.A it. We would earnestly call their attention Savannah ; with freight and pas- -
; .... ; .f'' : fected their country trade. to this again, as it is their duty to see sengers to J. A. Mercier.
-t little four-year-old child of Mr. Emil NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ,
; ; Presbyterian Church; Rev. H. S. Yerger, that the county is not deprived of any rev- CLEARED. i
t' 0. Friend was attacked on Wednesday last through the neglect of the assessor. --
enue
: ;J: pastor. Services: Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8F 21-Scb. B. C. Terry, Moore, Philadel
.:' by a vicious cow, on the corner of Centre We find the county jail building in a di- phia; lumber, by C. H. Huot.
: i. p. m. ; prayer-meeting on Thursday evening Howell's lapidated condition. The sills are badly decayed -. "
23-8. P. of
\ and Fourth streets, near Mr. resi- City Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, J JBROWN'8
q :'' :' :+' : at 8 o'clock; Sunday School at 4 p. m. ; also some other parts of it. The Savannah, with freight and passengers -
I dence, and severely injured. But for the fence needs rebuilding; necessary outbuildings
J. A. Mercier.
; by
: + Sir Philip H. Clarke, baronet, of London,
prompt assistance of two colored men the are heeded to preserve proper sanitary "
',f.,' : 25-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,
'
,t l' y; accompanied b}' Mr. James Kreamer, of i I child might have been killed. We have a rules. We recommend that the county com Savannah; with freight and passengers -

: : '. Philadelphia, paid a visit to Fernandina I the missioners repair the jail so as to insure the : by J. A. Mercier.
'f ; city ordinance forbidding running of
saf : well the health of the
eeping as as .
"
26 S. S. Western Texas New
If Risk
this week and at the
r were guests Egmont. has
cattle on the streets, but it not been en- prisoners.We .
York, 1,210 tons ; with freight
t ; : j ; The Cook & Co. Mills, at Highland Station forced for some time. We are glad to see find the books of the county clerkand and passengers, by R.W.South- S IRON
: t the Transit Railroad burned last t -easurer kept in a neat and explicit man- wick.
!I : on that Alderman King, at the last meeting of
From the balance sheet of the county
ner. "
5 : ,1"' :t. year, have been rebuilt on a,. larger scale, Council, moved that the ordinance be en- treasurer we find balance on hand of 1414. 27-City vannah of Bridgeton, with freight, Fitzgerald and Sa-

.' ,,. r and are now prepared to do a large business. forced. We hope that the Mayor will see 20. This amount will be increased by the. sengers by J. Mercier. pas BITTERS

Temple's Mills, near Starke, which were that the policemen do their duty in the final report of the tax-collector. ina IN PORT.
of the
The roads and bridges county are I
0j.j.; ... destroyed by fire a few weeks since, have i matter. There has been much, and very verb d condition, but if the county commissioners Bark Bjorn, Bjornstadt. willcure dyspepsia.heartburn, malaria -

: a : : r t'l been rebuilt by their indomitable proprietor i reasonable, complaint of the neglect of the enforce the road law passed by Sch. T. Harris Kirk, kidney disease, liver complaint,

\' and he is again shipping lumber at our police to enforce the ordinance. the last Legislature, the county will soon Bark David McNutt (Br.), Dobbing. and other wasting diseases.
make in this E. L. Hall
.: have no complaint to partic- Brig Duffy.
:. : :' t f I port. Sch. A. B. Bacon, Bacon.

The The Egntont. ular.The tax-collector and superintendent of Sch. James B. Dewell. Starnard.
'J' t,. t" I vegetable shipments are increasing
The Egmont still remains for the ac- public instruction being out of town, we are Sch. Frank McDonellVi1lis..
t j open
': and trains of
daily long
:" ,F:, + cars, altogether unable to see their books.In .
,,: : ? f: ',- laden with vegetables for Northern and commodation of its permanent guests and conclusion, we wish to return our BROWN'SIRON
:: ) '4 such transient visitors as wish to avail themselves thanks to the State's Attorney for the able List of Letters
'f {.( ,,' Western markets, pass over the Transit road
J: daily. / of its superior accommodations. The manner in which he has assisted us in the Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina -

I. t. i )' time for closing is fixed for the 15th The discharge of our duty ; also to the efficient Nassau county, Florida, April 28, 1883.
r II' i. The Florida Herald, Jacksonville's new clerk and sheriff for the manner in which Persons for these letters must
season has been a very successful one. Its calling say
: } evening daily, has changed its forms into a the business was prepared, which aided us
visitors have been representatives the best greatly in the discharge of our duties. advertised:

;.t r. folio, and announces that having purchased classes from all parts of our country and We take pleasure in saying, from our ob Albert, James Jefferson, Josh BITTERSenriches

;. ': f new material, type, etc., the paper will be other lands. Florida's popularity is natur- servation of the prompt manner in which Bacon, Samuel A Johnson, Cillney
; greatly improved. the business of our court is conducted, the i Beaman, Louisa King Rodwell
:t. ally increased through hotels like the Eg people of our county have no cause to com Donnell, Kate Login, Marrion the blood and purifies the
'
;;f : Mr. Thomas M. Carnegie left for his home mont, and we need moreof them. It is a conceded plain of any unnecessary expense attend Fiske, T P Martin, Mrs Jno system; cures weakness, lack of

} : 4:rr : Wednesday in his beautiful yacht, accompanied fact that our city is gradually but ing it.'Ve. Farrell, Walter Mulford E D energy, etc. Try a bottle.
j his respectfully ask your Honor to be discharged Gustin, R P Powell, Julia M
the
t by family, having passed
r her claims-solid
i I surely enforcing ones-
from any further duties attendingthis Hanks, Fred F Peterson, Wm C
F,: f r winter at his Dungeness estate, which is so upon a discriminating class of visitors, and court. Hotchkiss Anne Quinton W

:: : 1 j widely and favorably known. is winning golden opinions. H. C. BAKER, Foreman. Herring. B S Williams John

:. ; The City San Antonio sailed EMIL O. FRIEND, Clerk. Howe, George S Wright, Joseph BROWN'SIRON
M. ,1'I EM steamship of Joyner, Mary Wilson, Ida
.
.1i:" / from New York for this port yesterday. Shed Beach Railroad. .
Mr. Garland Explains.To HELD FOR POSTAGE:
-.,: ": f' will take the place of the Caron- learn that work the ,
h -' ;. steamship We are glad to on the Editor of the Mirror: Miss\ Jane'Love, Merriden, lIiss.SAn'L .
I-:, '; ; ay: ;?, delet the Florida Line.
:
; on Mallory The latter Beach Railroad will be soon commenced.Our .
their
The Grand Jury, in general present T. RIDDELL, P. M.
i; : )y f i ship is to be thoroughly overhauled. citizens take great interest in this sub- ment last week, made a charge against me .

; t ': i 1 t.; Advices received by Mr. R. W.South wick, ject, and look forward to the building of the of neglect of duty and incompetency, alleg- Notice. BITTERS .
ing, as the ground for such charge, gross
,
I :: : 1" agent of the Mallory Line in this city, this road with pleasurable anticipations.A errors and irregularity in the preparation of Neither the captain nor consignee of the ,

: : +; week, state that the vegetables shipped by great many persons living along the my assessment roll. In justice to myself Norwegian bark Bjorn will be responsible for that
Iron
is the
t : "1 steamship Carondelct last week arrived in Transit & Peninsular Railroad are also mak and the intelligent tax-payers whom I have debts contracted by the crew. only preparation
:; ; WM. LAWTEY Consignee. does not color the teeth,and will not
the honor to serve, I beg to state that the ,
;. :jt,vr,I ;, New York last Tuesday in prime condition. ing inquiries in reference to our facilities for i charge is without foundation, as I can Fernandina, Fla., April 27, 1883-3t. cause headache or constipation, as

: ". f.{t. 'I "VVe are pleased to note :Mr. J. A. Hol- sea bathing,board, etc. abundantly prove by reference to my books other Iron preparations will.

1 : : : f' man's prolonged visit to us. He finds our The growing population of Florida already and official returns. The charge of failure Captain Thomas S. Eells

> demands a sea-side resort upon large scale, or neglect to return certain wharf propertyis MARINE UNDERWRITERS AGENT
)t climate, the attractions of the place, among the in
answered that
and the rapid and certain increase makes it property questionbeing vessels of all nationalities
: For
fr i fcJ.s :; 4 :, which the Egmont Hotel is not the least, of a part of the railroad construction, including
'
r'K'I important that steps should be taken to Lloyd's.London. Jurisdiction East Florida
under their and control was BROWN'SIRON
': a character to elicit his warmest commenda management -From Florida to Brunswick Ga.
.. ; : : meet the demand. We learn that there are not subject to assessment. This fact was as- Cape ,
tion. On the West coast-From Cedar Key and
". 1;:: plans on foot the consummation of which certained by careful investigation, and by to and Cap-
:. .1r!! : It An agreeable surprise awaits the traveler special reference of this particular case to vicinity Apalachicola vicinity.
i w b will be a very great advantage to our people, tains of vessels wrecked or disabled requiring -
I ? :: >its'3' n who steps off the steamer at Fernandina, and which will be fully equal to the require- the final.county The commissioners charge that whose amounting decisionis his services, by advising him, will receive -
h property
;: ':,'J Fla., and registers at the Egmont Hotel. prompt attention. Residence. Jack-
been from the
ments of the times. A great opportunity is to $3,000 has dropped
i '. :::1'" : '1. He will be astonished at the richness of now open to utilize the unequalled advantages rolls, is also without warrant or foundation, sonville, Fla. 28 2t BITTERSLadies
1 :: j the and which a glance at the records will show to
!: : furnishing complete appointments afforded by our magnificent beach Livery Stable at a Bargain.I .

p i ; ,,:.', throughout. The whole is illuminated by and insular position on the Atlantic coastas of any the intelligent lots so claimed man. I to have be obtained dropped,a and list offer at a bargain my entire establish- and all sufferers from neuralgia

-1 gas of their own manufacture, and we no- a health resort. We hope to be able to find that the most of them are on the tax- ment in this city, consisting of Carriages, hysteria, and kindred comphinb -
ticed reel of fire hose floor Buggies,Wagons Carts Saddle and Carriage
a on every connected books, and some of them were exempt by without equal.
i make definite statements of these will find it an
soon more
,r with a steam pump. They have also the county commissioners, being used for Horses, Harness, etc. ,
t t an extensive refrigerator on tbedock,whence plans. school purposes, and some having been soldto Terms of purchase, CASH.
a .,, ;: all the meats, etc., as they come t-ia steamerare the State for taxes, and not redeemed, G. F. AVERY.

; f are placed. The grounds are very extensive, JUDGE FRY must have not only delivered and, therefore, not liable to assessment.Had Office and Stable-First'Street,near Broom

'a :, and opposite the hotel is a palmetto and orange the lecture before the Board of Trade the Grand Jury, in the investigation of Street Wharf. 46
park for the exclusive use of the guests, and truthful -
correct
the desired
ar I and latest attraction--sthey have placed a of Mobile, but prepared the resolutions. The analysis charges of ,the record a which they pretendedto Valuable Orange Lands for Sale -

t ; ,> new steam yacht, the Egmont, on the Sound, purpose seems to have been more to defeat, Overhaul, by allowing me to come before Tracts containing twenty acres each of E. LEROY JONES, 3I.D.,

b ; whence tourists can take delightful trips to if possible, the construction of a barge canal them, and pointing out what they could choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake,

Dnngeness, the famous ruin on Cumberland than to advance the interests of ship canal.If not understand, they might have avoidedthe suitable for orange growing and truck farm- HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Island and
the neighboring resorts. Amelia just criticism'their action*has entailed, ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
Beach, a mile across the island, is a never- the advocates of a ship canal are satisfied and I think that many of the jury are now very conveniently situated for transportation Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua

s J ending source of interest. Few. indeed, are with their charter and prospects, why do convinced of this fact. For example the by water or rail, and will be sold on

the places that offer greater -inducements they not construct, and leave the barge Grand Jury claim that lots.19,-20. 21, 22, 23, terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques FERNANDINA, FLA.
than Fernandina. The cuisine, as well as tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
i 24 and 25 in block 269 have been dropped
canal to do likewise? We have ,
the beds and room accommodations,are unexcelled no objection : Calls answered or night,and
; from the assessment roll, while it can be large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, promptly day
"3 ti L E$ ,if equaled in the South.-The South. to either or both being built. j seen by any person who will take the trou February 16,1882. Fernandina, Fla. Medicine furnished without extra charge.

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