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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: May 26, 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>.
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V : V. FERNANDINA, FLA., SA MAY 26, 1883. NO. 27.

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STATE NEWS. been rather backward, on account of the THE PRESS ASD'THE MALLORY of Mr. Paulston, we give below the I munication from our Florida seaport was F

.- continued cold weather in the early spring. LINE. MENU: one of the greatest moment. Savannah had ,

Duval.A But from the best information we can gather Little-Neck Clams on the Half Shell. absorbed[ the greatest part of the Floridacarrving

ACCIDENT AT HUNTER & Sox's Shrewsbury Oysters on the Half Shell. trade. Although he was a Georgianby
SERIOUS
the prospects are promising for an aver- THE ENTERTAINMENT OF THE FLORIDA EDITORS birth
and
Consomme of Veal. loved his native State, he
SAW-MILL.-agleStcam-Saw and Plan- age yield, at least. The Irish potato crop is ON BOARD TilE STEAMSHIP h STATE OF Soft-shell Crabs and Filets of Codfish Maitre d'Hotel Sauce. loved his adopted State more. Savannah

ing Mills, G. Hurter &Son proprietors, was very good. Cotton is the most backward of TEXAS*'-FLORID.\'S SEAPORT AND Compote of Pigeons and Reed Birds en Crcchette. has plenty other resources to draw from

I the scene of an accident this morning, which all. In some places the grass crop looks STE.UISIIIILIYE.. Broiled Woodcock.with Jelly. and does not need the Florida business: ; ourown
Roast Ribs of Beef. Brown Sauce. port does. As a representative from
but the of God kept from re-
naught mercy more flourishing than the cotton In Wa- In response to an invitation to the edi- Filets of Beef and Mushrooms. Orange county, bethought h could promisethat .

sulting in a terrible and ghastly manner. kulla county rain is badly needed, and complaints torial fraternity of the State to visit Fernan Turkey, Brown Gravy' and Cranberry Sauce. everything possible would be clone to
the largest in the SALAD. advance the interests of the Florida
mills
These are among of drill worms in corn come from port.
dina and the steamship State Texas
Inspect of Fresh Lobster,plain with Lettuce. Dr. Harris was followed by several other '
State,two gang-saws,four planing-machines, some of the farmers.-Economist. of the Mallory; Line, extended to them by PASTRY. speakers, among whom was Colonel Wro.

; with edging and other small saws, being operated They should see us in the springtime; :Mr. W. J. Young, theenergetic Southern Pound Mince Cake.Pie. Pumpkin Fruit Cake.Pie. Apple Pie.Cake. MacWilliams, who represented the Starke 1
Jelly
under one roof. The planing and Telegraph. Mr. MacWilliams said he believedin
they go home too soon-they do not come passenger agent of the line, the following DESSERT. "
machines receive their from a the axiom, Charity begins at home
shingle power Charlotte Russe. Brandy Jelly. Blanc Mange.
at the right time. The winter sojournersleave gentlemen of the quill arrived here Tuesday I He believed in patronizing home institu
and boiler separateand I Peach Meringue. Apples. Oranges.
75-liorse-power engine, Florida when it is just beginning to evening via, Florida Transit, ,, and Fernandina Raisins and Nuts. tions. Savannah did not need the Florida

distinct from that which drives the bloom into the matchless beauty of its Jacksonville Railroads :-*< Coffee. business We have but one seaport in Florida x
jaw-mill. The large fly-wheel of this en- WINES. ; let us patronize it. Of course, he was ;
the tourists "do" the State J. Ira Gore Cedar Keyi/burnaJ
;
springtime; no philanthropist he from .
stands seven feet in diameter with a Claret. Sherry. Champagne. ; was acting '
gine when nature wears the saddest aspect it can E. A. Protois, LeesburgNews.. and Advance; It is needless to say that full justice was selfish motives, as everybody else did. What- ,
the band of two feet. Aboutten "
breadth across assume during all the year. Those should Wm.:Mac Williams,representing the Starke done to the viands the benefited one part of the State would benefit
tempting by
o'clock this morning, while this enginewas assembly the whole State. The Mallory Line oughtto
stay to see, and these should come to see, Telegraph; whose had been
running with a heavy head of steam, appetites sharpened by be encouraged by all means give more
from the the Florida of spring and early summer- C. A. l< inle ", Lake City Reporter; the refreshing sea-breezes of the bay some frequent transportation in order to keep the
belt fly-wheel,
the main slipped seasons which here in the hill country E. D. Beggs, MadisonJJccorder; hours since. And as the banquet progressedthe bulk of Florida's produce from seeking a ; '

throwing off at the same time the belt at- of the State seem to do all that nature can B. F. Allen, :Madison: ;New Era; sallies of wit humor and market via Georgia routes. The State of
tached to the steam governor," which reg- sparkling good Florida had given munificent land grants for
the of and consequent in the way of climate and scenery to make R. Don McLeod, Tallahassee bind of repartee of the party increased in brilliancy. the construction of Florida railroads and
ulates supply
power the fact of existence luxury. The vegetable Flowers; Long will this pleasant social gathering, Georgia steps in and reaps the benefit.

speed. The result was that the steam valve world we have w'ears its best attire on all N. M. Bowen and wife,' Tallahassee Flori- provided for the Mr. Gardner, of the Marianna Times, saidit
was thrown wide open, and the pressure ofa so munificently by Mallory was only recently since West Florida had
head of steam was expended at its many forms of stately trees and little dian; Line, be remembered by those participating.At been connected bv'the Pensacola & Atlantic

heavy plants, and adorns the landscapes to the J. V. Drake. Savannah Morning Xews; the conclusion of the banquet,.Mr. Geo. Railroad with East Florida. Heretofore ,
and withno
once upon the engine fly-wheel, acme of beauty which they can only so Howard Lamar, Marianna Courier; R. Fairbanks, editor of the Florida Mirror, very little vegetables had been grown in his
counter-balance of machinery to moderate county for shipment, but this season the t.
attain for the brown hillsides of winter are J. H. Gardner. Marianna Times ;
on behalf of the Mallory Line and the citi-
the velocity of the wheel, the revolutionsof people have become alive to the vast im-
decked in varied hues of color, and tree i E. A. Wilson, Altoona Argus; zens of Fernandina, made an address of wel- portance of truck farming. Savannah had
which increased with lightning rapidity.In
limbs that were bare, or bore the rough II.S.Grinrich, Tavares Herald. come to the visitors.:: He said the growing heretofore taken the produce and furnished

less than thirty seconds after the slippingof evergreen leaves of a year's wear, are clad And Messrs. W. 0. Ames! passenger agentof importance of the vegetable business now the supplies. If the transportation companies -
the belt, the fly-wheel separated into of East Florida could furnish equal
in new spring suits of many shades of green. the Florida Central &Western Railroad in direction in Middle
expanding
about which were hurled every facilities and the same rates it was natural
twenty-five pieces, Lake and lakelet rest in calm, cool beautyin and E. J.,Triay, general freight agent of the East and South Florida, had suggested the that the people of his section would patronize <-

with terrible force in as many directions, the lovely arms of the embracing Chores- De Bary Line of:steamers: :Mr.: W.. J. Young invitation by the Mallory Line to visit one Florida ports and Florida transportationlines.

the timbers ., ... of their that they might
tearing up and shattering heavy look that in the irom Jacksonville.Y' shins see for them- He was satisfied no better ships than
to accompanied party
refreshing
things now upon afforded
and flooring of the deck above in three different selves advantages by the line of those of the Mallory Line were running
and other winter suggested a chill sensation. The air The gentlemen were received at the depot steamships in the transportation of fruit, anywhere} and he would urge the people of

places, scattering terribly is sweet with the perfume of myriad flowers b}" Mr. R. W. South wck; of the Mallory vegetables and passengers. The question of his section to give it encouragement.

destructive missiles upon the ground floor. and musical with the' wood notes wild" of Line; F, B. Papy, of the Transit Railroad transportation is one of the most importantones Mr. F: B. Pap '. General Freight Agent of
The eccentric strap was also broken and bed- of'the to the State. A great change has come the Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad;
local While here
innumerable birds. And over all arches a and members press. Florida within the few The
plate crushed. Yet not a man was injured. over past years. having been prevented to be at the dinner,
sky that discounts the firmament of old the party were the guests of the Mallory old products of the plantation, corn and but had arrived while the gentlemenwere

)Ir. T. White, foreman of the planing-mills, Italy and there are sunrises over the hills Line. After a general greeting they were cotton, have gone to the rear, and their speaking was then railed on. He

had just left the wheel and was standing a and sunsets behind them that challen ecompetition" conveyed to the Strathmore, where an ex- places have been taken by the fruit and vegetable said the gentlemen who had spoken before

few yards off, and the oiler, Henry Gillen, a crops. The situation of Florida is him had covered the subject so fully that
in land in the of cellent supper had been prepared by mine down towardsthe
extending
colored but few feet removed any way unique, straight there was very little for him to say. How-
man, was a cloud coloring. Deliciously cool are the host, W. H. Clay. A cold west wind had tropics the distance from the Georgialine ever, there were one or two points to whichhe

fortunately on the side instead of in front, and the days are tempered to com- been blowing all day, and the night was to its southern extremity being equal to would like to call the attention of the
and both that floor and the deck were nights, the distance from its northern boundary to gentlemen. To show the enormous propor-
This the visitors from
alive with workmen. The engine and wheel fort by the regular recurrence of delightful chilly. : prevented the mouth of the Chesapeake. Within'thisnarrow tion the truck business was assuming, he

breezes. Come and see us in the show-time enjoying: one of the principal attractionsof peninsula. Florida has the climateof would state that the road which he repre-
second-hand and had been used in the
were of our country, in the genial season of its our seashore-a surf-bath. No one was the tropics, and is enabled to monopolizein sented had hauled for the first three weeksin
Eagle mills about four or five months, but than a large degree the culture of the orange May 72,000 crates of vegetables. Of this
will it more disappointed Charley Finley.
Do and judge arighton
were perfectly sound and in good order. year. so, you ; and lemon, and the early vegetables. Both enormous sum only about 10,000 crates had
its unsurpassed nH'rits.-'Ve learn that However, the time was passed pleasantly these wouldbe
Florida Herald May 21. crops areprishableandneither been shipped via Fernandina, the rest had
Mr. R. L. Smith, of Miccosukie, has shipped chatting und occasional quiet tite- -t tes in a of advantage without the facilities of gone via Callahan through Georgia ports. It

Htllsborough.On forty-nine barrels of Early Rose potatoes certain small! back room', of, ,the Strathmoreuntil rapid transportation. Florida had the was not alone that Georgia got the pecuniary -
last Tuesday's steamer from Cedar Key late wAclfT&'e. returnedto same climate forty years ago she has now, benefit. In making up the statistics of .
from a little more than three-quarters of an a hour guests
but had
no facilities for .
transportation.What the country, Florida, though having -
arrived a party of forty-two persons-men, acre. At $6 per barrel-and as far as returns the city and to the steamship State of few oranges were raised for market this crop would get no credit,produced because ..

women and children-from. Pleasant, have been received none of his potatoes Texas, where rooms had been prepared for were dumped into the hold of sailing ves- it having been shipped through Georgia ;,

Iowa, on their way to Polk county, where have sold for a less sum-they will bring them. ;; sels, to run the gauntlet of contrary winds ports, that State would reap the benefit, .
they propose to make their future homes. and stormy seas. No railways penetratedthe and thus it had been all the time. Florida j!
to the $204.Ir.. Smith used home-made fertilizers Shortly after breakfast on Wednesday interior; no special trains gathered up showing comparatively small productions, \
settlers colony
The belong same a
had to buy only the seed and barrels morning;;the gentlemen of the press calledat the valuable fruit : no special rates enabledthe while Georgia had acquired the proud position : -

portion of which reached here a short time and from that scant one acre of groundhe the Mirror establishment, where they received -. fruit-grower to place his fruit in marketat of being the Empire State of the South.
since. Sixty in all have arrived, and we low freight charges. But it was not alone the fruit and vegetable
will realize a net profit of about $200. ; welcome the craft Mr.
understand more are to follow. Dr. C. F. a; hearty by Your presence here to-day marks the con- business of Florida he wanted concentrated
With ordinary seasons truck farming on George liurnside, one of the founders of the trast. The lines of railway now reaching through Florida transportation lines at

Marsh, who visited Florida last season and Leon county lands can be made a regular paper, but now of St. Johns county, and far and wide furnish speedy transfer to the Florida's seaport, Fernandina. He wanted
invested largely in land in Polk county, is sea, and the noble ship on which we stand all their productions, and to bring back
bonanza.-Last bunch
Saturday '
we saw a personally acquainted with of the
in charge of the party who arrived Tuesday. many to-day is the outgrowth of the times. Forty their goods from Northern markets. The-
of well-matured Bermuda onions, raised by gentlemen, assisting in doing the honors. laden
They have come with the tention of remaining years ago our products were slovenly Mallory Line would furnish just as many
Mr. John A.Craig, that weighed ten pounds. From the Mirror office, by permission of in a vessel of a hundred tons, the yellow vessels as they would furnish business for,

permanently if we may judge from All of the truckmen who have this season Mr. Charles W. Lewis, the party went over fruit in bulk, subject to a voyage of and to show that the handling of freight by
the baggage, furniture, stock, and even dogs, many days if not weeks. To-day these fine this line was superior to other lines; be-
chickens and canary birds they brought. experimented with the Bermuda onion to the Hotel Egmont, and inspected this steamships take in a cargo in a few hours, would state that in the year',1881: which was

have been very successful, are well pleased famous and popular winter resort. The and within three or four days, with the pre- so disastrous to the truck-growers the road
These of the of settlers to develop
are right sort -
with the yield, are satisfied that it is well elegance and completeness of the furnish- cision of clock work, land it on the docksof he represented had refunded to connecting

our country ; and we hope many adapted to our soil and climate, and will ings of the hotel, as well as the beauty and the great metropolis. And yet this tradeis transportation lines from $1,500 to $2,000,
more will be induced to follow them. Thereis but in its infancy. Ten thousand crates because the produce when it had reachedthe
room for all.-Tampa Tribune. next fall plant extensively for a shipping cleanliness of the grounds and park, were a were shipped North last week, within twen- market had been worthless. He had

crop.-Floridian. pleasing:surprise to many. ty-four hours, at this port and Savannah. yet to refund the Mallory Line the first dollar

Leon. Suwanee. I Our people have been discouraged, not by on that account. He wanted the gentlemen -
Judge Westcott has on his grounds in this At 10 o'clock the party, augmented by the the failure of the season, but by the fear floss particularly to witness the loading of

Although this season has been very unfavorable arrival of Dr. J. J. Harris, of the Sanford through delays or lack of transportation. vegetables.
city trees in close proximity to each other
for the growth of vegetables on Journal and his They need entertain that fear no r
accomplished daughter, Mr. Papy was followed by others, all favoring
laden quite as heavily as they can bear, severally longer. If they will concentrate their
account of. a succession of cold and stormy who had.arrived the Jacksonville train
on the of Florida lines.
with the Seckel, Bartlettand Duchess : freights and offer to the Mallory Line the encouragement

pears. The Judge thinks he has learned the weather, yet our truckers have agreeably that morping, and accompanied by the local assurance of their business, theships will be It was nearly 7 o'clock before the assembly

disappointed themselves and everybody committee, went aboard the staunch steamer put on for a semi-weekly, then a tri-weekly, rose from the table.
secret of treatment to make pear trees bear : and then line the business in-
else by persistently sticking to their Athlete Captain Sam. L. Dennett and a daily as
crops
that is no treatment at all. He treats them pro- creases. Those of the fraternity who lived in Middle -

to no fertilizers whatever.-A "hitch" and bringing them to a complete success. ceeded tab Cumberland Island, to visit the We have the railroads to transport the Florida, on account of the quarantiningof

somewhere has caused a suspension of the The bean crop alone is simply immense, historic and famous grounds of Dungen- produce of the interior theseaboard. We Jacksonville by other cities, were fur-

and, what is better, has been marketed for ess. All;; our readers are familiar with the have within our own borders an excellent nished a special train Thursday morning,
work on Leon county's magnificent court-
harbor now, and susceptible of still greater
house, (" Our Folly,") now well on towards splendid prices averaging $3 per crate. Up beauties pf the island, so it is unnecessaryto improvement, where the swift commercial through the courtesy of the Transit road,

completion. The precise trouble we do not to Tuesday, the 15th inst., there has been go into a further description here. The steamers can come and go at will. If the and they returned to their homes, carryingwith

undertake to state, as we understand the forwarded by the Florida Dispatch Line visitors were delighted, and took copious freight is ready, the ships will be ready. them the pleasing gratification of having
The which the northof
1,5G5 packages, to which we may safely add notes. At 12 o'clock the party reembarked, only advantage ports attended one of the most pleasant and
somewhat reti-
county commissioners are us have now is the greater frequency of
cent on the subject. Report, however, says 300 by express and 435 by the :Mallory: Line, and in th'irty minutes were landed at Cen the trips of their steamship lines. agreeable occasions it has been their lot to -/

that they have discovered, or claim to have making a total in round numbers of 2,000 tre streetdock.; You have been invited to see for yourselveshow witness, and impressed with the superior advantages -
At of$3 this is t the handling of the freight of this line
packages. an a ss
average grc of Florida's all
seaport over others.
discovered The principal feature of the day, however,
that there is some discrepancy i is managed, how the vegetables are stowed,
income of$6,000; deduct$1 each for freight, We trust it be our pleasure to welcome
between contract and performance on the was the (thinner on board the stco.1mshipState and what accommodations for passengersare may

part of the builder. Since the foregoing was commission and drayage, which is an excessive of Texaswhich was served at 3:15: o'clock. offered by this line. More than that. some of the gentlemen again during the

allowance, and we have the snug Mallory The Messrs. Mallory have offered each weekto summer, to give us an opportunity to show
written work has been resumed on the. The ) Line represented by Mr.R.
sum of $5,000 already distributed give free transportation to a representative -
Archi- amongstour W. Soutl wick theagenthere W. J. Young them the many other attractions of this
cjurt-house. We are informed that of the vegetable growers to accompanythe
truckers, and the shipping not
tect Bruce, of Atlanta, has been summonedto more the passejiger agent, and Mr. J. J. Witt, the shipment, pay his expenses in New beautiful little island by the sea. ;
than half done. A more pungent argumentfor s York and furnish him first-class return The entertainment of the editorial fraternity
,
come here and inspect the work.-Leon handsomjB purser of the ship ; the Transit -
the abandonment of slavery to cotton transportation in order to satisfy himself
county market gardeners are receiving what Railroad! was represented by :Mr.: John was a complete success. Messrs.W. .
I that the Mallory Line performs! what they
could not be offered. Yet some of our ;
J. and R. W. Southwick
Young
who
may be considered satisfactory returns from Hedges ; ; the Florida Central & Western claim to do. ,

their shipments of potatoes North. Captain planters will year after year pursue the same Railroad!by Mr. W. 0. Ames ; the De Bary The fruit and vegetable business, with the carried out the programme so handsomely,

old rut, become poorer and poorer. You extension of railways and more frequent are worthy representatives of the line. Let
Mr.
Line its
Moseley reports the sale of a shipment of 14 by E. J. Triay, general freight
can make more clear profit from three acres steamship facilities, is going to be an im- that
us hope good result from it.
barrels, averaging something over $4 net. in beans than eight in cotton, and we can agent; the local press by Major Geo. R. mensely profitable one to Florida, and we may

Mr. Robert Smith, Miccosukie:: reports a Fairbanks,Geo. Burnside and Chas. H.Berg. should encourage its growth by every meansin
it to entire satisfaction whichwe A veteran journalist looker-on whose
prove your The people look to the a
Beside the gentlemen of the previously our power. press
crop of about barrels from one acre, press
sixty will do in another article.-Live Oak for the latest intelligence, and for new ideas tact and cleverness in dealing with con-
forty-nine with some salesas mentioned, Miss Harris, of Sanford, Mrs.
already shipped
,
Bulletin. and suggestions. They are encouraged or troversies is well known, and whose arsenalof
high as $6. A crop of thirty or forty bar- Bowen, pf Tallahassee, and :Mrs.: R. W. discouraged by us. Let us tell them plainlythe
--- facts generally gives him command of tin
rels to the acre sold at from$3 tot per bar- Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. SouthwiQk, graced the banquet with their exact truth and endeavor to ascertain
what that truth is. If the Mallory Line situation, calmly says :
rel, realizing $100 per acre, where the outlay Tracts containing twenty acres each of presence deserves encouragement, State pride and "slugging" between the two Jack-

for fertilizers is not great, and labor cheap as choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, Precisely at 3:15 dinner was served. It personal interest should lead us to give sonville dailies. They "give and take"

as it is in this county, must be considered avery suitable for orange growing and truck farm- had been prepared under the supervision of preference to our line. with such tough indifference to punish--

Lands on which Mr. Chas. Paulston, the steward of the State Dr. J. J. Harris, of the Sanford Journal, ment" that it is impossible to tell which
satisfactory yield. ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare I "
was the next speaker. He said that althoughthe will be knocked out by some harder
such a result can be achieved, situated near very conveniently situated for transpor- of Texas, and was comme ilfaut in every re transportation lines had been among word, if possible, than has yet been said,

transportation, instead of selling for from tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on spect. We do not wish to excite the envy the most important factors in the development for the set-to is without gloves and quite

five to ten dollars per acre, should fetch terms to suit purchasers. Titles are of those pf. the fraternity who were prevented of the State, the press was its equal in regardless." As hard words break no heads
unques-
from but in to the this respect. There had not been a water- and merely damage reputations, it seems
from being present, justice
t fifty to one hundred doUars.Tal.lJ.lhassce tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
d melon grown of extraordinary size but whatit probable that the sporting event continue t
may
Economist. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, culinary :skill of "the powers that be" on had been heralded through the press. The to entertain the readers of the two ,

Crops of every kind in this section have February 1C, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. board aiid the good taste and managementI question of more frequent steamship com- I papers for some time to come.-Floridian. i

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I V'fll n+ MIf' : ,j OUR GARDENS.i \ one person is her more devoted slave thai] I ; tying the knot and smoothing the strands of As> she sat opening the white cups and I it was to say good-bye."
-'!. 1. 1 t i am.I confess myself partial witness, whose : their lives. I never doubted my ability to spreading out the starry blooms I said ; Can it never be.Fleurette?" I whisperedas
: t f ; let us make our lives like gardens, dear, testimony carries little weight. But to my arrange the matter. I had always been an Why are you always so sad, Miss Dor- our hands met before parting '
: ,i N' And God's pure smile shall be our sunlight eyes that day Fleurette appeared this. able family diplomatist. Had I not, at New vaux 1""Am Never she replied- never. Good-bye
o'x I: ;, there, About twenty, years of age, scarcely middle Durham, brought RoaringTom Mayne back I sad? Very few people in Dalebury good-bye." ,
.f \ 'f"> And there our joys, like birds, shall singtheir height, but with a dainty, rounded figure; : to his faithful but deserted wife, and seen give me credit for that, I fancy." Poor old John poor little Fleurette!
'.!! : '. cheer, brunette, with dark-brown eyes, long black them commence life together again with "My eyes look deeper down than the What mystery was it that stayed the happi:
1 ,**. r fAr *-, And warble endless gladness on the air, lashes, making those eyes look darker- courage and contentment? Had I not made Daleburyeyes. To me you are always sad. ness of these two?
I ; i ,; And there our thoughts shall spring, like such black eyebrows and such black hair those two old friends and partners who for Why is it? You have youth, beauty, and, I returned home from my travels tired of
, ". I I'. ; ...l"..' y vines, and bear nose, mouth, and chin as perfect as couldbe some time had been prowling about with if you wished it, love. Why is it?" idleness. Having heard of an opening that
I" ';1 t i' Sweet buds to charm away poor sorrow's ; such a bri ht bonny, lively little woman revolvers in their pockets, hoping to get a Fleurette turned her eyes to mine. Do promised well, I ran down to Dalebury to
'r j }.:'y tear. ,.. Not, I decided at first, the wife for a hard- snap shot at each other, shake hands and you think these pale lilies have any hidden consult my brother. John and I were
Ii x,.: :;. ; :? :':.t i There wili we plant our hopes for life's working, sober doctor like John Penn. eventually left them working a new claim troubles, )[r. Penn?" bad correspondents, so I had no news of very the

': << h bright :May Stay-is the girl so bright, so lively, after together? Had I not stopped pretty Polly "None, I should say. They toil not, little town since I sojourned there. As I
Ii 1 : .\, ',,, And there shall Faith, a shining angel, stay, all? On her entry she had greeted my ..Smith from running away with that scamp neither do they spin you know." passed the house at the corner I saw it was
fi.l! r.t r ,."' .And watch the frail buds with a loving care, friends with a gay laugh and merry words Dick Long, who had two or three wives "The people who toil and spin are not the void. "They have left," said John, as: I
} 1.' J., That all our hopes} may blossom forth some emphasized with vivacious little French : already somewhere up country ? In fact, so only people who are unhappy in the world," eagerly asked the reason.
i :.,t"FM i, .". '*r day. gestures and for a few minutes she was all ,successful had I been in arranging other said Fleurette, softly. "Left? Where have they gone?"
..
fi.--r: ",} But we must keep our own fair gardens, life and sunshine. She seemed interested .'people's affairs that it seemed to an experienced Nor are the water-lilies the only flow- "No one knows," said John, sadly

., :, ,gyp..".. dear, when she heard my name, and with easy hand like myself an easy matterto ers who shut up their hearts and only open "Shortly after you went abroad common
It' l.; : : .,. And feed them with the dew of many a grace began talking to me thoughtfully and : place John and Fleurette on a proper them after great persuasion.1'! rumor said they were thinking of quitting-
' } :' j ', ',. prayer; sensibly. As she talked, something in her footing. She placed one of the white stars in her and last month they did go." ;
I .. '. k" For not a bud could grow were God not near manner told me that life was not all sweet- Dalebury is a very little town. Its enemies dark hair and said : We are getting quite Did she leave no word-no message for
f t.c.J To breathe His spirit on its petals fair. ness to her. At times her bright brown :even call it a village ; but as we boast of a poetical this afternoon. Was that a king you?"
Cri\U'E.vi:' f '. The world lies on His bosom unaware, eyes looked even grave and serious, and the j;l mayor and corporation, we can afford to fisher flew by?" "Only this," replied John, opening a
: ," /' :':l: And tells its needs close in His loving ear; smile ever on her lipsasshespoke softened ;;treat their sneers with contempt. Different Of course "it was no more a kingfisherthan drawer in front of him where he kept a
I :.It.,' "' I Then He will 1 heed our little wants alway, to a pensive smile. first impression she i'people may hold different opinions as to it i was an ostrich ; and as Fleurettewas variety of cheerful-looking instruments.
I : :t 1.!'":. I And shine, our sun, in life's blue sky for made on me, the idea that she was only a whether life is pleasant in large cities or now my prisoner in midstream, I was "I found this one morning on the seat of
'., r ;;. aye; brilliant little butterfly thing, left me, and I small towns ; but at any rate, one advantagea not going to let her escape or evade my my carriage. suppose she threw it in."
r t .,: : And if we wait, with patient trust sincere, hastened to atone mentally for the wrong I } small place like Dalebury offers is, that questions for any bird that flew. A single flower, the stem passed through '
r..t.. ',' f. ., : Then all our hopes will blossom forth some had done her by thinking, I am for once :everybody knows everything about everyone I steadied the boat with an occasional dip a piece of paper with the word "Adieu"
t ,'" dar mistaken ; the girl has plenty of sense, and. else. You cannot hide a farthing rush of the oars, and, looking her full in the penciled on it.

(: : :,' -'; !}; If e'er my hands should find new flowers, likely enough, will and purpose in that ;light under ,a bushel. So if anybody has face, asked : "Fleurette, why do you treat Sorry as I was to hear the news, I could
i. :. ; #, :" l dear, pretty head of hers. However, grave or gay, ;anything! to keep secret, don't let him pitch John so strangely?" scarcely help smiling as John replaced the
li, ti't. ; !J. Thy garden shall with mine their beauty wise or foolish, I saw in Fleurette Dorvaux ;his tent in Dalebury. Her eyes dropped. "I scarcely understand I flower in the drawer. It seemed almost
: i' r'1 R share; a beautiful girl, and pictured woe for manya }: With the universal knowledge of one's you," she said. pathos, that little rose, tossed into a doctor's
?, '' ;:' 'I'1-'" : For I would'have no bloom in mine appear, youth in Dalebury. Neighbor's affairs pervading the Dalebury "You understand fully. Why did you carriage, and now lying among old lancets,
if '} '\ ':}r' : That thine might not with equal grace com- After John had seen the last of his patients atmosphere, it is not strange that the first refuse to marry him?" forceps and other surgical instruments.
r,I ; ;:' ::: pare. that night, he joined me in the old person' I chose to ask hastened to give me I might plead a woman's privilege. If The weeks, the months, even the years
ia' ," :. : Some time, dear heart, must silver tinge our room, and with a bottle of good wine be- jail the information respecting the Dorvaux we cannot choose, we can at least decline to passed by, and we heard nothing of Fleu
.. ,;..' .r hair, tween us I said : that Dalebury had as yet been able to ac- be the choice of any particular man." rette. The flower, doubtless still lying in
"r, ":I' .' 1 .I And through our gardens fall life's evening "I saw -vour beautiful Miss Dorvaux to- rquire.} Mrs. Dorvaux was a widow ; not You might plead it if you did not love the drawer, was all that was left of old
t ? ray ; day." ;rich, but, it was supposed, fairly well off; him, but you WJlll10t plead it, Fleurette. It John's little romance.
i, '' s Oh, let us now, in youths glad morning, John started as he heard her name, but she was a great invalid, and rarely or ever is because I know you love him I ask you
L ., t l. 1 pray made no reply ; so I determined to learn all jwent out. Appearing to dislike society, she for an answer to my question." CHAPTER II.
t That when look back find no that to be learned.It deceived no one and knew Her with her lilies
i.. ; f we we may was scarcely any one fingers toyed nervously Three years soon went by. I was still in
t. ''' << '.,. I tareAmong was a very easy task. Old John had ler. Those with whom she had been but she said nothing. England. I had purchased a share in a
;' ': !; : our hopes that blossomed forth one never yet been able to keep a secret from :brought in contact stated she was a quiet, If I thought you did not care for him- London practice, and although I found

L. , day. me-it may be. he never meant to keep this. ady-like woman, who spoke very little. It if you can tell me so-my question is an- much drudgery in my work,it was a paying
I t : : ., Oh, let us make our lives like gardens, dear, Anyway in a short time I had the whole was not known from whence they had swered, and I am satisfied. Answer me, practice, and would eventually be entirely
: .: While yet our eyes with youth's glad light history of his love. borne-probably France ; but this was only Fl eurette:' mine, as ray partner, who was growingold
fIl' are clear, Fleurette and her mother came to Dale- Conjecture, and the absence of certainty She raised her head and I saw her brave and rich, talked of retiring.

ty : 5 ,::",t' ,( And let us plant our hopes for life's bright bury some twelve months ago, and John, father distressed Dalebury. They kept only brown eyes shining through her tears. Once or twice in every year I had been
I 'J May whose heart had been proof against all local one servant, an old woman, who had been The proudest day in my life was when down to Dalebury. All was the same there.
t:, : { ') And trust'that God will bid them bloom charms, had at once surrendered. Therewas ;with them many years. Fleurette had made John Penn asked me to be his wife-the John was still unmarried, and if he said

r. I some day. something in the girl so different from many friends, and few, if any, enemies. She happiest day would be the day when I mar- nothing about her, I knew he had not for-
,
all others. Her her Hid not out much devoted to her ried him and that will be "
!' ; beauty gracefulness, go being never. gotten the dainty little girl who had rejectedhis
":' ,'" FLEURETTE.' even her pretty little foreign ways had Invalid mother but every one was glad of "Never, Fleurette?" love. Yet not a word had Fleurette sent
i : ,. taken him by storm ; and. as far as I can her company when she chose to give it. "Never-never-never. Unless Here him. She might be dead or married for all
+ I CHAPTER I. judge from the symptoms he described, his Altogether, Dalebury had nothing to say the girl gave a sort of shudder and coveredher we knew. I often used to wonder whetherI

,1 # ;. .r I had spent some years in the colonies, case was very soon as desperate as that of a against the. new-comers fact speaking eyes with her hands. should ever meet her again-whether I
, l "",', I doctoring diggers and the like rough-and- boy of twenty. It may be, the very strengthof volumes in their favor. "Tell me what obstacle there can be," I should learn her secret trouble, for I feltFleurette's
I' \ "J..1, ready folks. The novelty of the strange the constitution which had so long defied After this, as we were such near neighbors said, gently. sadness was not so much from
;
fi.' '" ; scenes and free-and-easy life had at last love made the fever rage more fiercely.Yet I used frequently to encounter Fleu- "I cannot. I will not. If I could not having to give up the hope of being John's '
:- :, worn off and I found myself sighing for the severe as the attack was, the cure -ette, and would often join her and walk tell John, why should I tell you ?" wife as from the cause that compelled her
", r. )..1; respectability of broadcloth and a settled seemed easy enough. He hadacomfortablehome : : vith her. Whether she knew that John's "Your mother is a great'invalid, is she to take that step. I could only hope and
!: .' position in my profession. Aided somewhat and a good income to be shared ; so Secret was mine I could not say, but she not?" I asked, after a pause. say a word now and then to encourage John
.... : fortunate land he set to work seriously to win Fleurette'slove. met my friendly advances half way. The Yes." replied Flenrette. to also.
by thrift and more by a hope
r I, I' .f'" speculation All seemed going on as well as couldbe inore I saw of her the more I wondered howl "Is it possible your fearJohn would wish One while lunch.
I had enough to supply my day, snatching a hasty
;r t) ,' : '. wants for a few money years to come. So I returned wished ; the girl appeared happy in his could have thought her so lively and gay. you to leave her? Is that the reason, Fleu I was informed I was wanted at once. I
; and if she showed him Whatever she might to others there rette?"
: beat society, no tangible seem found for
;: to England, resolved to out a a respectable servant waiting me.
; ''ft and flatteredby was to at least vein of sad- "I will tell she said
> practice somewhere. marks of preference, pleased me a thoughtful you nothing, firmly. Please to come to my mistress, at once
t'; / .'r his attentions. Yet, at last when he pess in the girl's character-at times I even Put me ashore please." "
'i., Of course the first person I went to see was sir, she said. She is taken very ill, all ofa
Ii asked her to be his wife she refused him- fancied it to and well Miss Fleurette I said rest-
I' ,. I. John. He was brother-my 1 only broth- approached despondency- Very sudden."
f. 'I .> er-indeed, the my one tie I had to bind me tot sweetly and sadly, it is true, but nevertheless I felt almost angry with her, knowing that ing on my oars. "Then I give you fair "Where does she live?" I asked. The
1' r I but firmly refused him. h turn of her finger would bring one of the warning I shall never cease until I find out servant named street within short distance
:. -.r.:' England. We were a couple of orphans, best a a -
i ,,;f *"*(,3I f pretty sturdy ones withal, and well able to Now, although I being four years younger fellows in England to her feet. We everything. and in a few minutes I was at the
!met old John once or twice as we were The girl's face flushed with "What
\ and his brother chose to laugh anger. house.It .
wrestle with the world. Fortunately our moreover ,
.' ,: "' :'0-1 E;t father lived until his eldest son was of an at John-call him grave sober and old-you ivalking together. Fleurette cast down her right have you," she cried "to attempt to was in that description of street we
; understand all this is in and long lashes and simply bowed. pry into my private life? I hate you Put term and
: + 4< I' age to carry on his snug country practice ; must jest byway respectable-dull, quiet respectable -
i,, ..;. : so John :still occupied the old red-brick of good-fellowship, and that John Penn : "Of course you know my brother well ? me ashore at once. -small houses on each side letting at
t t *.:I"i' !t Ii 1 1IJ house in the main street of the little town was a man any girl should be proud of I said. Fleurette not only had a will, but a tem- low rents-rents, most likely, decreasing as

:t. : .I ...:' ': of Dalebury, the same brass plate on the winning. lIe was no hero, or genius, or I "I have often met him, answered Fleu- per" of her own." an old tenant left and a new tenant came
!; :" '!: door doing(duty for him as for I his father before anything of that sort; but then most of usmove rette calmly. I will not, I said "until you give me in ; the sort of place where the falling gen-
IT and : "And you like him, I hope? some message I can take to Johnsomeword tleman and the rising clerk or workman
I # him. among ordinary men women,
1' .1r 2 I found oldJohn-so, his closest friends and only know heroes, heroines, and geni- : "I like Dr. Penn very much," she replied "that will let him live on hope, at meet in their downward or upward course.

f I ;'. ever called him-little changed ; rather uses, as we know princes and dukes, by imply least. On our way I asked the servant what had
hM He is the best fellow and the best brother "Will ashore? said Fleu-
you put me to her mistress.
doctor happened
d ',ti in mien, perhaps, but with the same name. lIe was a clever, hard-working -
} graver in the world I said and then I told Fleu- rette stamping her foot. My only answer "
'rJ honest and kindly smile, winning at with a good provincial practice. Modesty ; I found her sitting in 'her chair, sir,
; eyes i rette what had been to each other stroke of the oars, which sent the boat
we as was a
wild and talking much -
, \ 'p 1 once the confidence, and soon the love of deters me from !saying: much about his looking so so gibberish
:' ';: ': men and women. As we clasped hands and personal appearance, 'as the world sees a boys; how John had been as careful of me some yards further, up the stream. that I came for -vou as fast as I
j t ','H ,looked in each other's faces, we knew that strong likeness between us. I will only say as the mother, who was dead, might have Then I shall go myself," said Fleurette ; could."
1 : d the which had made men of us had he was tall and well built, and carried in his been ; how we loved each other now, and and before I could comprehend her mean She led the way to a sitting-room. Mistress
'. : t "f ,I only years deepened our boyish love. face a certain look of power, which right- as I spoke I saw a blush on her clear brown ing she simply slipped overboard, and in a was in there when I left ; will you
t I ilieek, and, although she said nothing, her couple of seconds she was standing on the please in sir?"
,1 t. It was pleasant, very pleasant, for a wanderer minded women like to see with men who go ,
h, : \ '. .: .i. t' ,t t like myself to find such a welcome seek their love. His age was somethingover eyes kind.when they met mine were wistful and river bank, with the water dripping from I went in, but no mistress was visible. I
awaiting him It was good to sit once more thirty. Our family was good and our her petticoats. She darted across the mea- saw with a quick glance that the room was
,: H /e' I'* t I; i I in that cosy old room and talk with John name unsullied. What could have induced i I shall soon make it all right, I thought, dow without even looking back, and left prettily furnished-many little feminine

r'; i i ? ? 'i :", L'I I late into the night, discussing all that had Fleurette Dorvaux to reject him ? Beautiful 5s I noted her look, and resolved to argue me f'elingsupremely ridiculous. The river knicknacks lying about. Hanging to an
the matter on the first fitting occasion. was scarcely knee deep, so she ran no risk I easel near the window were two dead birds,
,:, : ; r ..',f'i happened since last we sat there. I had she might be, but the times are merce-
1. f
: '! questions to ask. Dalebury is only a nary, and beautiful girls don't win the love \ There is a little river a tributary to a large of drowning, and only suffered the incon- a goldfinch and a bullfinch, and on the
11: } i f h J,' i little many town. Having been born and bred of a man like John every day in the week. one, running through Dalebury. Being too veniences of wet shoes and skirts ; but I easel stood a China plate painted with a
'i ." (: I there, I knew all the inhabitants. I had Although John told me all about it in a Shallow for navigation, it is not of much use could not divest myself of the i idea that had faithful representation of the models. De-
", r.t r.!(( r not been abroad long enough to forget old cynical sort of way which sat upon him as \except as a water supply and for angling. there been six feet of water there the beautiful cayed gentlefolks," I said to myself; but the
friends, so I plied John with many inquiries badly as another man's coat might, he could Still, one who kn ws it can get a boat with little vixen would have gone overboard servant's voice, calling me from above putan
>1\: 'f r n as to the fate of one or another. I not conceal from me how deeply wounded h| light draught a long way up. One afternoon just the same. I had been completely out- end to all further speculations. Therewas
;I; i : I! r asked : he was-how disappointed-and how intense thinking a little exercise would done witted by a girl of twenty but then no one evident alarm in the girl's voice ; so I
'f t !, Who lives in the old house at the corner had been his love for the girl. As he : good, I procured such a boat, and startedto could imagine that a young lady of the pres- hastened up stairs, and just inside the door
': ?;- b -where the Tanners lived once?" finished his recital I grasped his hand say- row up as far as I could, and drift leisurely ent day, attired in an elegant walking-dress, of a bedroom I saw a woman lying on the
''f" "A widow lady and her daughter, named ing, with the assurance of one who has seen hack with the current. :For some distance would jump out of a boat to avoid his society floor either dead or insensible.
, ; ;.Il" Dorvaux." much life : bn one side of the stream are rich fertile however angry she might be. Yet I With the servant's assistance I lifted her

: '. ;1: t't't t I r : French, I suppose, from the name?" Hard work is the best antidote, and you meadows ; and the path along the bank I felt very foolish as I drifted back to Dale- up and placed her on the bed ; I then pro-
t through these meadows is favorite walk bury and doubted whether I had done ceeded to ascertain what was the matter. It
,: \ I No, I believe not. Her late husband seem to have plenty of that-you will forgetall a i. ,
t '. :, was French but as far as I have learned, about it in time, old fellow." ;vith the Ddlebury folk. As I paddled my John's cause any good. needed, alas very little professional skill to
t' ,. ., ""r r 'I E Mrs. Dorvaux; is an Englishwoman" I don't think I shall. I feel like a man boat up the stream, guiding its course by the "After all," I said, perhaps my boasted determine the primary cause of her illness.I .

"; r yi.;1"J'. I Ii:: "New-comers! They must be quite an who, having been kept in twilight all his iId; landmarks, which came fresh to my tact and diplomacy only pass muster in the had before me one of those sad cases, unfortunately -
acquisition to Dalebury. Are they pleasant life, is shown the sun for an hour, and then memory as though I were a boy yet, and free-and-easy community of New Durham becoming more and more com-
r'l;. J: people?" again put back into twilight. He will forget !startling the water rats descendants of those and I shall be a failure in England. I had mon, of drunkenness in one whose educa-
. ; :'i whom John and I made such havoc better take the first steamer and back tion and station in life should have raised
, a rk I don't know-at least, I only know the the sun no more than I shall forget Fleu- among go
; I She is beautiful added rette." Years ago, I saw in front of me on the riverbank again." her far above such a vice.; There was no
; daughter. ,
';. 1 ;.J';, I ;, 1 1 John, with something very very much like a "She seemed to me such a sweet girl," I the dainty little figure of Fleurette. I met Fleurette in the road the next morn- doubt about it. Even if the odor of the
,
, &I :t I sigh. said doubtfully. JAs I looked at her over my shoulder I could ing. Her features wore a demure smile. woman's breath had not told me the truth,
1 I' \: } .I: ; My quick ears caught the suspicious sound. She is perfect," said John. "You have see she was walking slowly, with her head i You treated me shamefully," I said. I had seen too many drunken women in my I
; ;; :1'}: r ; Could I be on the eve of an interesting discovery seen nothing of her as yet. Wait until you bent down, as one in thought. Thinking of "I am the one to complain, I think. The time to be deceived. I could do little to relieve -
,
;'' s t .: L f t l : ? can fathom the depth of thought and feel- John and her own folly, perhaps, I said. So idea of attempting to keep me against my her then ; and, after assuring the
t t:' ;: : ;. E! Very beautiful, is she? And what may ing under that bright exterior. Then you preoccupied was she that the sound of my will. My boots were spoiled ; I was made frightened servant her mistress was in no
; t : : J her Christian name be?" will say 1 was not wrong in loving her as I bars did not attract her attention until I was most uncomfortable, and had to explain my danger placed her comfortably on the bed
II- L i \'. t Fleurette-Fleurette replied John, repeating did-as I do even now." lose to her. Then seeing who it was, sheAvailed draggled appearance as best I could. and gave the girl instructions to loosen her
.
,, $ :.')lj.:. : i the soft French name, and lingering Has any one else won her? Was that while I rowed to the bank on which But fancy my horror when you steppedout clothes. As she did so I looked with pity
i 'I the why she refused ?" She stood. of the boat and picture what a fool I and some curiosity on unhappy woman.
his
\ it as though it were sweet to lips, reason you
; ;. b# 1 ,like upon wine. No one. She loves me, and me only." | "Good afternoon, Miss Dorvaux," I said ; have felt ever since. Nevertheless, I for- She was a lady, evidently-as far as the
SIII t.! if into boat I will row as give ," I said, magnanimously. common sense of the word reaches-deli-
Then he changed the conversation, and "What do you mean ? I asked, greatly ; you step my you you
I '' : far drifted from beautiful maidens surprised. far as the shallows will let me, and then "And I forgive you," said Fleurette, with cately nurtured and well-dressed. Her features -
i) ; away we back home." deep meaning in'her voice. So we shook were pleasing regular and refined, and
: I and musical names as I related some of "That evening, when she told me firmly
r : Fleurette hesitated. Mr. hands and renewed our compact of friend- in spite of all she lay here a victim to the
|$P r ; colonial exploits-how I had treated and decisively she would never marry me- 1 you
: my t
J :
:
+.', 1 ;!: 1, strange accidents, out-of-the-way diseases, never could marry me-even while I said Penn ; I think I prefer strolling along the ship.I same vice that urges the brutal collier to
i t ghastly gunshot wounds-till our talk became mad, cruel words to her, I saw love in her river bank.:' had now been at Dalebury nearly a pound his wife to death and causes the
,: ..'; 1 i purely! professional and without cheerfulness tearful eyes. And when, forgetting all, I : In that case I shall tie my boat to this month, and purposed while I had time to starving charwoman to overlie her wretched
;{*: ; 1{ or interest for the laity. held her and kissed her once,and once only, willow stump, and, with your permission, spare, to make a little trip to the continent, baby.
: R'' f I spent the next day in looking up old I felt her lips linger on mine. Then she |walk with you. But you l had far better I intended to stay there two months, then I did not like to expose her weakness to
', a; d. : friends and neighbors. I had brought money broke away and fled ; but I know such a borne with me ; the boat is quite safe, and I return and commence work. A few days her own servant, so promised to send round
R .,..' :' :! back with me-not very much, it i is true, woman as Fleurette Dorvaux would not have not forgotten my cunning." before I left Dalebury I heard that someonewas some medicine and look in again in the eve
., 'I': I but rumor had been kind enough to magnify suffer a man's kiss unless she loved him. "I am not afraid of that,'' said the girl, ill at the house on the corner ; and with ning.
4 :, ,j "' I', the amount-so every one was glad She wrote me a few lines the next day, tell- stepping lightly into the stern of the boat ; the remembrance of Fleurette's wet shoes As I stood with the door half open, turn-
:
1" L_; enough to see me. Mind, I don't say this ing me it could not be, begging me not even while 1 thought, here is the chance to and stockings before me, I was very uneasy. ing to give the servant some last instruc-
M f.;. k" cynically ; I only mean that, leaving the to ask her why. Since then she shuns me, reason and expostulate and doubted little However, we soon ascertained that :Mrs.: tions, a girl passed: by me hastily, not even
) 1";{ ,,. ;;; nuisance of appeals to the pocket, for old and all is at an end ; so please talk no more that my arguments would let me bring Dorvaux was the sufferer, and that Dr. seeming aware of my presence.; Before I
times sake, out of the question, all must about it." Fleurette back ready to accept her fate. Bush! from the other end of the town, had had time to speak, or even to look at her,
r feel greater pleasure at seeing a rolling stone Here was a nice complication. Here wasa Well, pride goeth before a fall 1 been called in. I know that this was very she had thrown herself on her knees beside
r fairly coated with moss than scraped bare. knot to untie. John refused by a girl who : Yet for a while I said nothing to my com- annoying to John, as Dr. Bush and he were the bed, and was weeping bitterly over the
t So all myoid friends made much of me, and loved him. I own I was glad to hear him > I did not even look at her. Poor not the best of friends. In his professional unfortunate woman. Her face as she knelt
+ ; I wondered why the world in general should assert his belief in her love, as, somehow, it tittle Fleurette I saw as soon as we met, capacity he would, I believe, have attended was hidden from me, but I could see her
I' be accused of forgetfulness. pained me to think of Fleurette sportingwith that tears were on those dark lashes. The Fleurette herself without show of emotion, hair was black, and something in the turn
k While I was at one house, another visitor a man's heart. Although, as I told mile on her lip belied them, but the tears so why not Fleurette's mother? Nothing of her graceful figure struck me as being fa
k entered, and I was introduced to Miss Dor- you, I determined at first that she was not were there nevertheless. So I waited for of course could be said, as we live in a free miliar.
f 1 vaux. As I heard her name, the recollec the right wife for John, I had soon recanted, them to disappear before I talked to her, country, and people may employ what doc- "Oh. my poor mamma! my poor mam
tion of my grave brother's midnight sign and thought now how she would light up although I half suspected my words might tor they choose. ma !I" she sobbed out. What shall I "do-
: made me look at her intently and curiously the old house, and how happy John wouldbe firing others to replace the vanishing drops. Evidently Mrs. Dorvaux's illness was not again, again Oh, my poor mamma !
-more so, I fear, than politeness allowed. with such a bright little woman to greet Presently Fleurette cried, in a voice of of long duration, for T soon saw Fleurette I drew near and said : You need not be
i Now you must decide for yourself as to him when he returned of an evening weary pleasure: "There are some water-lilies about again. She looked pale and worn, alarmed at your" mother's illness ; she will
whether Fleurette Dorvaux was beautiful. and fagged. So I resolved to see all I couldof Can we get them?" probably from watching and nursing her soon recover.
E + When I say, candidly, only one person in Fleurette. to study her,and if I found her I With some trouble I got the boat near mother. My: holiday at Dalebury had now' The girl rose on hearing my voice. She
the world admires her more than I do, only as good as John said, to use my skill in un em, and Fleurette gathered three or four. run down to its last dregs, so when we met turned round quickly and looked at me.

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Lo and behold, she was our long-lost Fleu- I\ Now that I had found Fleurette,you maybe GROCERIES AND' PROVISIONS. GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
rette! I sure I was not going to lose sight of her -- -
Fleurette and as I could see even throughher again. I was very grieved to ascertain that NOY. S. -
sorrow, as beautiful as ever! I advanced her mother's circumstances were not so goodas AB.I '
with outstretched.hands; but the girl drew of old. Some rascal who possessed the (Successor to W. A. SAXBORN), H.E.DOTTERERIXVITES

herself up and waved me aside with the dignity widow's confidence had decamped with a Wholesale and Retail Dealer inGROCERniS
of a diminutive empress. large sum of money Our Fleurette eked
"And so, you threatened, you have intruded out their now scanty income by painting on PROVISIONS, SHIP STOnES, ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND .VARIED ASSORTMENT:: OF k
upon my privacy. Go-I will never china, and very cleVerly the girl copied the
to again." birds and flowers on the white plates. She CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY,GRAIN, I
speak you .:* .* *
:Miss Dorvaux," I answered almost as never complained but to me it was more Corner oft\Second and Centre Streets, near -+ i --- -- :. .H-

i angry as herself, *'your servant will tell you than vexatious to think there was a good i j Steamboat Landing, 1t '
i bowl happen to be here, and you will(see home waiting for her if her mother's faults ill{ FINEFAMILY GROCERIES 1
i it is from 110 wish to intrude. I am going would allow her to accept it. Now and FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ;

; now, but shall return to see my patient this again I would give John tidings of her. He Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. I 1//I* ; *
f' evening, when I hope for the sake of old never sought her, being far too proud to Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in
[ will give me a few minutes' conversatlOn come until she sent for him; and as in the
days you
large quadtities.
." course of the next twelve months the un- EMBRACING NEA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
I Agent f?r Hazard Manufacturing Compa
Then, as Fleurette returned weeping to happy Mrs. Dorvaux experienced three or nv's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the
. her mother. I departed, revolving many four relapses I could see little chance of best in the world.
, things in my mind as the writers say. John ever getting the message he waited for.I Agent fc&r B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .
. I had found Fleurette at last. Actually begged Fleurette to persuade her motherto PLOWS. ; .
1 stone's throw of door. enter a home for inebriates, but the girl
; within a my h
living Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON
SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCKS CAN BE RECOMMENDED:: AS
fl Perhaps she had lived there ever since she would not even broach the subject to her; VILLE. : 33
left Dalebury. Now, having found her, so here was youth drifting away from John
i, what was I to do with her? I guessed that and Fleurette-kept apart for the sake of a PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
I had also fathomed her mystery. You see wretched woman, and I was powerless to
it was only a commonplace, vulgar little mend matters. Building Material !
mystery, after all-a mother's drunkennessthe But did John and Fleurette ever marry? ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF ; '

sum; total of it. Yet when I thought of You see this is not a romance only a little
the girl giving up her love and bright pros- tale of real life, and as such the only way #.U. i4i

pects for the sake of keeping her erring out of the deadlock was a sad and prosaic BRICK;,; LIME, IIAIR, j! FINE TEAS AND COFFEES j '
mothers vice a secret, most likely never one-a way that poor Fleurette could not _
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complaining of the sacrifice, wearing to the even wish for. Reformation, I say, as a .PILASTER, CEMENT, -+ ntt +-
outer world a bright face that hid from medical man, was out of the question. I \mIDO'WS .
nearly every one the sorrow of her heart, it hope Fleurette will not read these pages, I SHINGLES, THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. ,
seemed to me that our little Fleurette was where I am compelled to express my true r
something very near a heroine after all. feelings by saying that a short time after a DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
My first idea was to telegraph toJohn and year had expired Mrs. Dorvaux was obliging ; -
tell him where to find her, but upon con- enough to die. I say.obliging" ad- PAiNTS, OILS, ETC., NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. '-
sideration I thought it better to wait until visedly, for, sad though it be to think so, i

after our interview in the evening. her death made three people happy; indeed, ; -ATFRED -
I found Fleurette alone. She was very as her life was so miserable to her. it may \
c Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, "'LA.
pale,very sad very subdued-very different, be I should have said four. Fleurette W. HOYT & CO'S,
indeed, to the angry young woman who mourned her sincerely ; all her faults were
buried in her and left to be SECOND STREET Near Centre.
had walked in the river three years ago, or grave forgotten.Two ,
the unjust: tyrant who had ordered me from months after her death I wrote to John, !ft
her presence that afternoon. My first inquiry bade him come to town and, without even .t COLLINS CO. HARTFORDEstablished

was after her mother. Poor Fleurette warning Fleurette, sent him to see her. H. HUOT ,
colored as she told me that lady was now Then he found that all things do indeed Ci. ,
almost convalescent and she did not thinkI come to the man who can wait-even the i 1826.MANUFACTURERS :A

need trouble to see her again. Then she love that seemed so hopeless and far away. J -DEALER IN-
held out her hand, and as I took it said : 1 don't think John ever knew or ever .,
Please forgive; me for my unjust words will know the true reason why Fleurette ,
to-day; but I was so vexed I scarcely knew refused and shunned him for so long. He
what'l said. knows it was a noble, self-sacrificing and CDLERYt t.

*' We are always forgiving each other, womanly motive that led her to reject his ,
Fleurette. Brothers unto seventy times love, and is content with knowing this. He 1; t.
I, seven-why not sisters also?'' feels the subject must be ever painful to his : Hardware,
little wife and has caused her <, r
Fleurette smilei sadly and hopelessly. bright never
Tell me Fleurette," I said gently as I pretty eyes to grow dim by asking for an DRY GOODS< BOOTS SHOES
AND
'' There is sadness with Fleu-' ., ,
sat down beside her, was this the cause? explanation. no l. ,1
She nodded her pretty head. rette now. She lights up that old red brick s
, "Tell me all about it. How long has it house ; she is the life of Dalebury, and, Second Street,

been going on ? I can be secret as )'ou." moreover, the one woman against whom
Dalebury says little or nothing.The vie FERNA DINA FLA.
And then Fleurette told me. I will not ,
last time I was down there I rowed : .
give her words. They were too loving, too
Fleurette the shallow stream.
a long way up 3
lenient and framing affectionate
even ex- Not Fleurette but of childrenas OF
only a couple FERNANDINA
cuses. It was a piteous little tale, even as 0STEAM
she told it-a tale of hope growing well-dark-eyed,bonny boys, who chatterin f
stronger .
French and As
every day, till in one hour it was crushedas English indiscriminately. .:____ ,...
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the where the aquatic Axes Hatchets Picks
esca- .r
we passed spot
flower is crushed under foot. Then
a
took I turned with smile to [ ] ( ) .
pade place a
came penitence, contrition, shame, and the sister, but before I could speak she said my beseechingly { I { SAW, } { MILL. } ,
ever-recurring vows of amendment. And iJt '. e. !it iI---
with them hope sprang afresh and bloomedfor i : ., AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
Old memories
Don't
please-don't are .
a while-only to be cut down as ruth-
lessly as before. And so on for years, ever ever sad. The present is happy, the future C; II. HUOT,'PROPRIETOR, TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
fair-let i
the same weary round, and although she promises as she spoke us for forget"And a moment I saw the ; Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
told me not, ever the same loving care, the constantly on handILumbcr ,
sad of the Fleurette of old Old
r eyes days. HAS .
same jealous resolve to shield her mother'ssins memories are sorrowful-let them die.HlackwoocTs .- all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines.
from the vulgar gaze. It was a hard :
by Cargoes.
burden for a girl to bear. For this she Magazine. i .r' Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, kc., ,

gave up the hope of being John's wife. She oil by writing to the makers,
would not leave her mother to perish and BABY CLOTHES.-These should be suspended Office Second Street. vie
would not injure John, as she shrewdly from the shoulder so soon as the child i: COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York. i

feared might be the case if she subjectedhim begins to sit alone. This period varies in !
to the scandal of having a motherinlaw different children, some being able to sit HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS !
of Mrs. Dorvaux's disposition living. alone much earlier than others. The waistsof GUARANTEED TO CURB; ALL CASES OF
with him, and knowing, as I know the deli- : the skirts should be made with shoulder i. _____ INDICESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS
cate susceptibilities of patients in a place straps and the waists should be fastened together DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH,
like Dalebury, in my heart I thought that I with buttons and not with pins. We invite: your attention to our COSTIVENESS ENLARCED SPLEEN COLIC, &C.

Fleurette was right. Where safety pins are used in dressing very *r EOT.J.B.Graves,Editor and Proprietor "Baptist." J. R.Johnson M, D.. of Abbeville Miss. Aug.
"And why did you leave Dalebury?'' I young children they should be so placed as i Memphis,Tenn. Bays: 1 received a package of your 11.1882, says: I am a graduate of Georgia MedicalLiver
had finished her Crockery 1 Glassware Medicine, and have used about half of it. It College and have practiced thirty-five years. I use
asked when she recital. not to press into the tender flesh of the works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator ;your medicine in my practice. It is not only a Rood;
Mamma 'was-ill-there; so ill I was child when it is lying down. It takes very and certainly no more of Zellin's miiture. Liver Medicine,but it is a sovereign remedy ford ax.
frightened, and obliged to send for a doctor, little discomfort of this sort to make a baby Rev.E.A.Hnffins,Franklin Ky.| | Rev.J.S.Beasley,of Summerton.
I SO.,Jan.82. I have need Zeilin's -
and offer jour Goods in these lines as low as Aug.'Zir,says: It Is the best medicine says:
and I feared learn the
people might and fretful and should find
cause. uneasy why a baby'sclothes I have ever taken In my life. It preparation a great deal but
So that was why Dr. Bush had been called be tight around it? Every mother the lowest Chamber Toilet Sets of is curing me of Dyspepsia.Send me your medicine altogether superior
f in its effect on the system.The best.
I instead of John. Then we came to London knows how the little thing loves to be undressed another package. Must have it
,
1 Rev. J. L. Brittain, of Blountsville Dr.S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist,Memphis
," she continued. London is so large, at night and get into its loose night very latest designs fDinner' beautiful Tea Sets, Ala., March 1882,says: I suffered with, Tenn.,says "Have sold it :80 years; my predecessor
I thought we might hide ourselves here." wraps.Vhy should it not be happy in torpid liver and costiveness.and roar sold it many years before me.That this medicine is a
Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin ___ medicine cared me. My wife has used it good one.00 one can deny;and that it is the true and I
How often do these attacks show themselves loose clothes all the time? Pigs and calves with admirable effect for sick-headache-1' genuine'Simmons Liver Medicine'nonedare gainsay! ]
?" I asked."Sometimes Chamber Sets all colors WoodenWare
and puppies and kittens need bandaging ; Original and Only Genuine. Estafc.1310.
not for months; sometimes just as much as babies do. The wee thingcan z
all kinds and Put up In 25c.and SI.packages
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twice a month. Oh, do you think she can be kept warm without being compressed. of ; and bottles by.P.P. Mil
ever be cured? She has been so good, so Some sensible mothers do not load their Utensils generally. .SIMMONS& CO..ST.LOUIS.! Mfl
good for such a long time! If I had not babies down with very long dresses, making
gone out to-day this might never have hap- them just long enough to keep the baby'sfeet FRED W. HOYT t fc CO.
pened. Our poor old servant died some warm. Stockings and shoes do this
months ago, and I could not trust the new and the sooner a child is put into short DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN i
one or she might have prevented it. Do you clothes the sooner it walks and gets the use
think she can be cured?" of its limbs. A child who develops rapid LE ALE AN RETAIL. E
I shook my head. I knew too well that growth in bone should not be forced into I h
when a woman of Mrs. Dorvanx's age walking or it will become bow-legged. The toO BLOOD SYRUPCures
has these periodical irresistible cravingsafter child knows when it is able to sit alone and toO

stimulants, the case is well-nigh hopeless I, to walk, and will indicate this in.an unmis- I O

Missionaries, clergymen and philan- takable waif it. is carefully watch ( .-New i 0 all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels!
thropists tell us pleasing and comforting York Tribune. .e r
tales of marvelous reformations but medicalmen H .. Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its

know the sad truth.I BITING FINGER NAILS.-The tendency to : ja efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and
was so indignant at the sacrifice of a bite finger nails is caused by irritation of a .t Pi -!
young girl's life that had I spoken my true nervous character about the finger ends- i I pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man.

thoughts I should have said, Leave the the little nails are sick,and should be treated -- 4. B. NOTES, i
brandy bottle always full, always near at accordingly. Trim the nails evenly leaving r y !
hand, so that-" Well, I won't be too them smooth at the edges; if they are too cs -DEALER IS- CJ.. '- GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .
hard on Fleurette's mother. She must have short to be trimmed, leave that until they J
had some good in her for the girl to have grow. After washing the hands brush the 00 i! rtW Mark.( ( {

loved her so. ends of the fingers well with a nail brush Family Supplies 6 t6r WANTED.Laboratory .
We had said nothing about John as yet. dipping them frequently in clean, cool Y ,

That" was to come. water thus getting all foreign matter and f 1 i p 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.
Fleurette I shall write to John
to-night. ragged edges from above and around the |HEAVY GROCERIES, .
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What shall I tell him? I =
nail. After drying the hands with a soft CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881:
Her black eyelashes were now onlv visi- cloth rub each nail until ? ; P
separately trial of
ble. very Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever and a short your
glossy it is a good plan to count the rubs
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and Grain Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.
What tell him? You < Hay
can you promisedto sing a song or tell a story; don't make it M 00 46 RUDIE CANTLER.
guard ray secret. seem liken punishment. Do not allow the O : CCz I
I shall, at least, tell him I have found skin to grow over and hide the white root O
you and then he must take his own course.*' of the nail. This treatment allays irritation H *SHIP STORES O America Ahead !

Oh, don't let him come here," pleadedthe and if the child understands you are willingto ;. ;

girl. "I could not bear to see him, and do it, or if she likes to do it herself, she i .i-I JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS
perhaps," she added with a faltering voice, will after a time come to you instead of biting Furniture, RD
he doesn't care to hear anything about me them, but one complaint about its being a! G y. .
now:' "so much trouble" may spoil your efforts + Stoves w NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
Ah, Fleurette! after all, on some points altogether. This treatment if persevered in but contains all the medicinal proper- cc
you are only a weak woman. will cure this troublesome habit. After a r.n ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It dN
The next day I begged leave of absence time the nails will become so pretty in the Paints, is very pleasant to take, and P p

from my partner and patients, and ran downto child's sight that she will suffer some annoyance o Crockery, -
Dalebury to tell John the news. rather than mar them.-New York I y CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, ppt

Yet I had little enough to tell him. I was Tribune. CC Hardware, COLDS CHILLS CRAMP COLIC, ...... N
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honor bound to guard the girl's secret, so -
all I could say was I had found her again ; A DIFFICULT PROBLEM SOLVED.The desire DIARRHCEA, DYSENTERY, "'- CtJ
that she and I for stimulants is becoming a monstrous evil WillowWare.Prices 0
was as bewitching as ever, ,
believed, loved him still. I could add that and how to overcome it is a serious questionwith : PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, A 0 0

now I knew the reason why she could not reformers. Parker's Ginger tcnic fairly W .. MALARIA and stimulat-
and by wanning
it solves the difficult It I.i iH iJ FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS.
problem.
come to him, and I was compelled to own I invigorates O '. ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthyaction.
was a weighty one-an obstacle I could giveno i body and mind without intoxicating, and M( Sold by 1SK FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY ITt!
hope would be removed for many has brought health and happiness to many O PALMER:: BRO'S,
years. He must be content with that ; it desolate homes.-Enquirer. Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.Also To Rent.
was all the news, all the hope, I had to give. \
t Very well." said John with a sigh, I ENTIRELY S.\TISFACTOBy.-La wishinga y Agents for DO\VS JAMAICA The property known as Sanborn's Stores.
must wait. All things come to the man who perfume that combines novelty delicacyand Apply for particulars to -
richness find Floreston Cologne I ulrautiuM GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made A. B.NOIES.
waits; so perhaps Fleurette will come to me entirely ; a a ; -
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: .. { THE FLOlUDA IRRoR. The pamphlet is replete with interesting .: The public statutes of Massachusetts, NEW YORK. gone, and the heart of "little Africa* is

1 -r information relative to the topography, pro- Chapter 175'r Section!, provides that- sad. The dusky gentlemen who for years

;) ':;1 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1888..1 ductions and connections of the proposedroad. .: Any mortgagor or mortgagee of real estate THE "ALASKA'S VOYAGE-A JOURNEY AFTER wielded the whitewash brush and served as

L\.1: .,. We shall recur to the subject again, may bring in to the assessors of the town or THE STYLE OF "AROUND THE WORLD IN porters, that they might indulge in the
"
ity where such'real estate lies within the EIGHTY DAYS -THE FATE OF THE
: THE AMERICAN AND MEXICAN PACIFIC as the project.seems to be one which promisesvery luxury of purchasing" gigs straddles "
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I ti specified: in the assessor's notice a statement YACHT "GRAYLINGA SAILORS ,

,, ., '.,1' "'..('j'\.\ RAILROAD' OR TRANS great advantages to Florida. under oath of the amountdueon each BELIEF IN OMENS CONFIRMED. 'horses" and such like mysterious com-

J: CONTINENTALSllon7'LINE. separate lot'or parcel l of such real estate, modities, stand about idly for they seem-
: JUDGE FRY'S FIFTY-FEET SUMMIT and the home and residence of holder To the Editor of the Mirror:
; i i.?:} w We indebted to the Hon. William every ingly have nothing to live for. The typosin
< are
bf
1' LEVEL. an interest therein, as mortgagee or mort- NEW YORK May 19, 1883.I .
i J Windom president of the American & Mexican When such is situated in the newspaper offices are just as badly
t Discussion is generally of somead: van tage. gagor. property think it would have required a very ex-
r i ; two or when a recorded off and if the police were to close the drink-
: '; Pacific Railroad, for an interesting or more places
: d Our contemporary of the Green Cove Spring traordinary inducement to have made me
: ; ;, mortgage includes for one sum two or more ing places all the printing
1 i Anderson fraternity would
1 Mr. Alexander D.
,'r -J' I pamphlet by criticised our remarks upon Judge Fry'sstatement estates, or parts of an estate, an estimate of sail on the Williams &; Guion line's steamer

!;; "I: ,;; illustrative of the history, plans and outlook that the ridge to be cut in exca- the mortgagee's interest in :such: an estate,. Alaska last Tuesday. She and her sister become millionaires in a few years despite

1 A' M of a great transcontinental enterprise designed vating a tide-wr.ter canal from the St. Johns or part of an estate shall be given in such ship, the Arizona, are known as the grey- themselves. Of course lottery and policy
;,) statement on such real estate. slips are still sold but the business
:... to connect the Atlantic and Pacific is con-
river to the Suwanee would not exceed fifty The assessor shall from such statement or hounds of the ocean, and the speed with
ducted under such difficulties and
Oceans on their shortest line. feet. We stated that the cut would have to otherwise ascertain the proportionate partsof which they travel is marvelous. It is, of with such

4. n The company was chartered under the be about 200 feet. Our contemporary there- such estates that are the interest of the course, needless to say that they are the risks that none but the most insane playerscare

general railroad law of Massachusetts in mortgagee or mortgagor, respectively, and to indulge in it. The sellers carry their
e; fore, suggested that we were making loose shall crack vessels of the trans-Atlantic fleet and

3 { 1881, under the corporate name of the Texas, statements, and that it preferred to believein Whenever assess the, in same.any case of mortgaged real the swelldom which used to fight its waytothe slips about in their pockets, and dispose of
"', their wares in the street in the
... Pacific Railroad and Telegraph vicinity of
Topolobampo & the accuracy of Judge Fry's 50 feet. We estate a statement is notbrought in, as here- ticket office of the Cunard line to secure
in provided tax for the then current where they once had their offices, but as the
r Company. thereupon gave our authority from the lev- no year berths in one of their steamers, now would
shall be invalidated such real estate for agents of the Society for the Prevention
r' A concession obtained from Mexicoin of
if was
els of road feet
: the Transit being 200 at the travel by no other vessel than either of
reason that a mortgagee's interest therein
Crime haunt these
the
places dealers
June, 1881 which gives the company the Highland Station and 154 feet at Waldo, J has not been assessed_ to him. these. Well. long before last Tuesday every are

right to construct and operate for 99 years adding 26 feet to the depth of the canal This law berth on the Alaska had been engaged. harassed out of their wits almost. I pity
and reasonable .
seems just t'
1, a trunk line of railroad, standard guage would give 236 feet for the cut at Highland it is to provided or.. Three or four days before the date of her the negro player, however. He is an inveterate -
applied new
mortgages dreamer and as some of his dreamscan
from Topolobampo Bay on the Gulf of California -
I Station and 180 feet Waldo.. after certain sailing came a party of gentlemen who were
a period.
be
"I construed into the
representing three
to Piedras Negras on the Rio Grande, I I The Greet Cove Spring thereupon sought determined to sail by her. The captain and

;' with branches to Mazatlan and other points. information of an engineer who had run a ; JACKSONVILLE'S AFFLICTION.We five of the officers let them have their state- winning numbers which came out the day

It is entitled to a subsidy of $ ,064: per mile, line of levels, and who gives the height in ; sympathize most sincerely with the. rooms for a heavy consideration, of course. after, he mourns his losses. "Dream no
+ +r I more" may be a very pretty song to listento
: making the total subsidy on all its line
direct line as at least 140 feet add to Then of -
h I any ; misfortunes of our sister city on the St. on Sunday night a part Englishmen
but to the policy-player it is a hard
16000000. The road is entitled to any this 26 feet for the depth of the canal, and Johns, in the continuance of the scourge of came from the West. They had trav- thing
to do.
J{ ; r' 1 minerals it may find on its line and is made we have an excavation of 166 feet, at least small-pox. We had hoped that it had been eled post haste to get back to England in
Soon the churches that is to the
free of for and the Go.ernment say
taxes fifty years which is 100 feet in of
required over excess
time to see the Derby run. This great race
effectually suppressed, and the
reappearance fashionable ones, will be closed,both minis-
subsidize
of Mexico not to
agrees any Judge Fry's statement. Highland Station, off next Wednesday. It
qf it is calculated justly to alarm the com- comes was impos-
ters and congregations going their
,, parallel road within a limit of 25 l leagues on 210 feet above tide-water, is in a direct line sible to give them cabin accommodations, away on
Small-pox is simply a contagious
vacations, and then there will be out-door
each side of their road.
i'l "' r6'' from Doctor's Lake to the Suwanee river; dlisease. We do not believe quarantine so they went to the steerage, making arrangements -
any at the
religion At the
watering places.
I", ':, ; This concession is certainly very liberal, Waldo 154 feet, would be 20 miles south ofa cfcn be made effectual but cleanliness can at the same time to eat in the
famous old camp-meeting at Ocean
grounds
Y.; :.' ," ,: :: i and will ensure the construction of the road. direct line, therefore either upon the Tran- ajnd rigid vaccination will keep it within saloon. Now, if that vessel is to make portin
1', I' ,', : The of interest to Florida in Grove, Asbury Park and other noted placesin
special point
; Y I sit Railroad levels or those of the Spring'sinformant very close bounds, and soon bring its ravages time to enable her passengers to get to
p ;' connection with this is the New Jersey they are actively preparingfor
; great enterprise
pi' ( "t' a tide-water canal would be impracticable to an end. Compulsory vaccination is the Epsom downs in time for the race, you
the and the accommodations
.,' statement that its Atlantic terminus is to be season this
through the quicksands of the what she
imagine at rate of speed must
necessary for the safety of community. may
: ,' any will be better than ever before. A
Fernandina. this is will be year
: R :, at Why so seen Trail Ridge country. The Spring admits, if Fernandina and Jacksonville are now so travel, something in the style in which the
... -; from the statement embodied in number of new cottages are being put up to
following
i 1 our statement was true, it would effectually bound together that what affects one is im- hero of Jules Verne's "Around the Worldin
provide those who would not risk themselves
: : the pamphlet and illustrated by diagrams : prevent the scheme from being carried out rtiediately felt iirfne. other. Our authorities Eighty Days went. This may be excit-

,, ., .l Taking the standpoints of New Orleans and that the advantages of the barge canal aid! our citizens would do anything in their ing, but to the average man a little less to too much open air, with a suitable
t ,' roof to under.
sleep
i t F'S ; Ii and St. Louis, both of which are assured top would be too great to be disputed. So by iwer that would benefit Jacksonville. The haste would be much more comfortable.The .

., tf be connected with the Mexican Transcon- investigation we reach the same conclusion. of Commodore Fish's -- - -----
fate schoon-
'; ; : bpst thing we can do is to strictly insist new THE MALLORY LINE.A .
:
; tinental Railroad it is shown that Fernan-
.
er-yacht Grayling will be apt to confirm the
"' ujion vaccination and thus prevent it get-
.. i Mina is 675 miles New Orleans than CANAL SCHEMES.
nearer to VERY LIBERAL OFFER TO TRUCK-GROWERS.
belief of the "sailor
man" in
tijng foothold in average omens,
x a our city. A rigid inspect -
,k New York and 425 miles to New Orleans Judge Fry, of New Orleans through the t
: 1 nearer :MALLORY LINE OFFICE, )
needs confirmation
if it at all. When she
should be made of the both
to
TimeS'Deinocrat denounces the ;m city as
'., :' 1. : !i s than Norfolk,and that Fernandina is 20 lately reported NEW YORK, May 16, 1883. )j
: .: launched theCorn modore'slittle
organization of the Ben Butler, Billy vaccination and cleanliness.The was daughter -
i : t kt,1 :J\\' 1 3 miles nearer St. Louis than Norfolk and 125 :Mahone Canal Company as bogus. But Board of Health having established a Julia was selected to break the traditionary To the the Captains, Pursers, Agents Line and Employesof

t( miles nearer than New York, but taking the perhaps the judge himself is bogus too. Mallory Steamship :
.
bottle of her bow and
t it is the of all its champagne on to
quarantine to
duty obey We send this notice
Shouldn't wonder. Inasmuch however you timely regarding
'f.k:' J whole] distance from the Pacific to Atlantic as
p": he admits that he was at one time con- requirements, irrespective of their views as pronounce the formula : "I name thee the proper handling, stowing and deliveryof

:i': '. ports it is demonstrated that Fernandina is nected with their schemes perhaps he knows.At to its necessity After a general vaccination Grayling" The little thing, supported by watermelons, that, if possible the most

.' '.:.: 'r y the nearest Atlantic port as will be seen by all events, capitalists before investing in excellent manner in which it has been done
her father
tried three times to break the
has taken the
{ place quarantine might safely
,I t' ,: : the following tables. their bonds, any quantity of which are to be the past season by you may be eclipsed this
r. 1m1, =f r r had, will do well to remember the old legal bb released, so as to admit any persons furnishing bottle but in vain. Finally, with main coming season.

j + AS A TRANSCONTINENTAL SHORT LINE. maxim caveat emptor. evidence of having been vaccinated might, she succeeded in smashing it, but it Be sure to give this matter your personal

;,,"I' ,, .r" The distances across the continent are as We, for our part, are reserving our money within one past. A complete sever- was done so awkwardly that her dress got attention looking particularly after stowage -
year
follows : for our friend, ex-Governor Drew's bariecanal. in the bins and correctly marking on
1 i of the fizz than the schooner's side.
} { aOce of business and social relations wouldb more
; ,'r Miles. For though as a politician and the outside of them the shipper and consig-
,., \ ,,.1' : f: Via Canadian Pacific to Quebec..... ....3,409 statesman the Governor was a failure as a a great and probably unnecessary injury. "That's bad ; very bad," remarked an old nee's names, and the number of watermelons -

,,;<( $1Z' ::O '. Via! Northern Pacific to New York.3,305 business man he is a success. Moreover his reasonable discretion should be used-a tar, and the rest of the forecastle took up they contain so as to ensure correct delivery -

'..c.! "; .J ft; ViaCentral Pacific to New York.3,340 enterprise has the endorsement of such men the ancient mariner's rhyme and answeredin in New York.It .
discretion which not made of
;. ;'1 ,.1' F! Via Atlantic & Pacific to New York..3.114 as Generals Joe Johnston and Gillmore, and wise was use is our wish that a representative of the

'ti I :.; 't: Via Southern Pacific to Norfolk.3,555 it could not be !supported by higher au- iii recent publications in our sister city. If chorus, "very bad. Last Sunday the growers should accompany each steamer to

"T' :i' f, Via American & Mexican Pacific and thority.-Economist. the increase of cases is no greater than that Commodore took her out for her trial trip New York, that he may make a truthful report -

f: "L'tl*!.' ; connections to Brunswick........ ........ 2,205 While Judge Fry has been busy in the nported within the last three days, there is and the owner of the famous Muntauk took to them of all that transpires from thereceipt
: of the shipments at Fernandina to
Via American & Mexican Pacific and
his schooner to enable :Mr.: Fish to test
Gulf cities endeavoring to flank the barge nt of undue alarm. out
necessity
',t. :, connections to FERNANDINA.1,995 > a panic or their delivery to the consignee at New York.
: :' : '11\ Via American & Mexican Pacific and canal project he seems to have been ignoredand Tpere} is a necessity for caution and proper his boat's speed. It soon became evident Let the growers select some competent

\ ;, connections to Galveston.1,070 flanked out of position in the organization solitary measures. that the Muntauk had the foot of the Gray- person every week to represent them, and

;r The saving of distance via the AmericanA of the ship canal scheme. The Savan- ,. ling and this nettled :Mr.: Fish. Sending his we will furnish him free of cost, first-class
-- ------- --- passage to and from New York in the steamer -
:,' 1 'r;,'f# Mexican: Pacific route from Topolobampo nah News makes a severe comment on Judge } JOURNALISTIC PROPRIETY.The sailing master below he took the wheel him- and pay his hotel bills in New York

{" to Fernandina then is as follows : Fry and his schemes, and he seems now to editor of the Mirror has decided self. Awkward flaws of wind were coming while he awaits the return of the steamer.
{ : .... 1 Miles. ( very and the Jlontauk got ready for them. Notso We make this liberal offer that all growers -
to ,. .. u. be repudiated by his late associates. vijews on journalistic propriety. These viewsw up,
I \ t ;, Shorter: than Canadian Pacific route.....1,414 with the Commodore. He kept' right on, may be convinced that the Mallory Line
I .1" f',,.,t ,4 Shorter than Northern Pacific route.....1,310 -- - +re expressed at the annual meeting of the does handle with great care,and deliver with

f. Shorter than Central Pacific route........1,345 EDUCATION Press Association in February, as follows : straining every nerve to get ahead. Sud- promptness all perishable freight entrustedto

:r : <,J4 ;; Shorter than Atlantic & Pacific route..l,119 As long as the rule of voting shall be denly there came a squall, and before the its charge. Yours respectfully,

', : l r f Shorter than Southern Pacific route.....1,560 universal suffrage, and we know of no better The proper position of the press is to be crew and the company on board had timeto C. II. MALLORY & Co.
the State through inipersonal-the paper speaks not the indi-
rule taxes collected of I
l' breath the vessel her
OTIIER ADVANTAGES. catch their lay on THE SO Ul'II RAY TRANSCONTINENTAL
) 'l'", both Roe and Doe in accordance with their vj+lual. Its claim to respect must rest on
: ."< '" Not only is it the shortest possible route ability to pay, should provide the means of beam ends. ROUTE.The 1

: I' '.:{: : ':: across the continent but it is a railway complete educating their sons:so: that when they reach it| own merits, and not upon the standing The Montauk's people promptly came to Chicago Tribune is indignant, but,
'
;' the lawful they shall at least be able to on reputation of its writers. perhaps, rather alarmed, that a great deal of
: r. : \ 'I : in itself. We mean that each end is age the rescue, and thus no lives were lost.
.j read their ballots. Further than instructionin :Xo doubt the public joined heartily in freight, which is sent between San Franciscoand
i :r;. in supply and demand complement of the the most elementary branches of tuitionif that sarcastic sketch by Thackaray the Otherwise the fate of those on board would New York, goes over the Southern Pa-

r '!;' other. Georgia is a second New England in either John Doe or Richard Roe desires qtjarrel of the Eatonville Independent and have been as sad as that on the unfortunate cific and through New Orleans. The Union

.1 .. 't t : : J industrial pursuits, and can supply Texas that his children should be educated he the Eatonville Gazette. Mohawk some years ago. The yacht finally Pacific discriminates against those who use
,1.( should provide for it at his own charges.- ;;The continues editors come and any portion of the water route and offers
paper ;
: : and Northern Mexico with cotton and other sunk, and although she was secured and
;, t
Economist.The go. but the press is supposed to be immortal.L special rates to those who ship goods over

',: 'i. ', manufactures while Texas and Northern Economist, we think, expresses in ke the beacon light on the shore, it always her place marked, she was twice run into the all-rul route. Notwithstanding this dis-

t' :, ; Mexico can send in return beef grain, wool burns, no raatter who lights it. by passing vessels. One of them carried off crimination, which fort ids the merchants
\, plain and simple words the true idea of In be well San Francisco from using the free ocean
L and silver. this connection it may also to her mainmast. Yesterday they succeededin
common school education. If and which compels them to all-rail
more titter pay
I an emphatic protest against personalities -
L :' i. t ;, The route is also complete in another thorough teaching was given in the simple in the columns of a paper of allowing raising her, and she is now being thoroughly rates between New York and San Francisco,

; At each end is fine harbor-the overhauled at Poillon's the railroad avails itself of the
:, ,< respect. a elementary branches instead of any one to use its columns to injure the reputation shipyard.Her superior
cramming
1 I f !r one (Fernandina) a favorable starting point :. of another whether anonymously beautiful interior which was composedof i cheapness of water transportation. Thus,
'
I children with a multiplicity studies, which the Tribune it pretends to ship goods
Men in life be criti- says
oi G enly. public
; f for the markets of Europe-and the other ) may a most artistic blending of import'dwoods
1 they have neither the time nor the capacityto cised as public men for their public acts and from New York to San Francisco on the all-
M' ,1 j, j t... (Topolobampo) admirably situated for reaching acquire, the result would be far better. tlijeir public utterances in a temperate, fair brass plate gloss bronzes, bric-a- rail route and gives bills of lading on that

':,' i, the commerce of the Orient and South aijd courteous planner, but the press has no brac, etc., is utterly ruined. Her hull is basis, but instead of sending these goods by
,. ; For the comparatively few who can profitably right to further, and discuss man's the Central Pacific, they are instead divertedto
r t :$ea. go any perfectly sound, but, despite night and day
the branches the the Southern Pacific and instead of
pursue higher public pijvate affairs.controversies. go-
4 ..1 t ( The harbor of Topolobampo, the Pacific should not be taxed private or work, she will hardly be got ready for the ing from New York or to New York, as the
means
.
;
'I ,!jl;: terminus of the road, situated at the lower now existing suggest that opening sail of the Atlantic Yacht Club on case may be, by rail, they are shipped to

{', : :H.' end of the Gulf of California in north latitude private munificence may generally be depended there is need of restraint and selfcontrol.T the 30th inst.Somebody. New Orleans, and go thence by steamer.
on to establish higher grades of Goods shipped from San Francisco to Chicago -
r' 1 L..l ; ,t. 25 32', The harbor is eighteen miles schools. e tendency to have the last word leads to in the district attorney's office directed to be sent by the Central Pacific -

: f.1. : r: long and from one to six miles wide. The increasing bitterness, the indulgence of personalities tells me that it is very likely that the grand are similarly shipped by the Southern

; t : .8 1,: depth on the bar at low water is twenty-one TAXING MORTGAGES.We which are neither interesting to jury may take action against Sullivan, Pacific via New Orleans.

i : i' feet, and tides rise from four to six feet. discussed some time since them ques- the public nor creditable to the good sense of Mitchell and the getters-up of the brutal The railroad, it appears, have discoveredthat
; the they can ship goods more cheaply from
'f, : a.""I I i r' ) The harbor of Fernandina, the Atlanticterminus tion of the taxation of mortgages. It is writers. encounter, euphoniously termed a glove San Francisco to the East by way of New

", r is thus described : very clear that where a tract of land is sold > fight, at Madison Square Garden last Monday Orleans and are making due use of their

FERNANDINA HARBOR AND CITY SITE. and a mortgage given for the purchase- I THE WALTON SIGNAL"Is night. At all events the foreman of the discovery. That the general public will ,I
*- the name of a new weekly published soon come to the same conclusion is mani-
i Ic "' The entrance from the'sea to the harborof money, if the whole value of the land is as- p paper grand jury was there, and, as he is not a
at De Funiak Walton county in fest. This: promises well for the Southern
'' i Fernandina is through the Cumberland sessed to the purchaser, and the mortgage sporting man, the probability is that he Pacific as the coming great transcontinental
1T est Florida, E. L. Chasler editor and E.
: Sound. This sound or bay is very capacious, itself is also taxed. there is a double taxa- went there for a purpose. The fight showed freight route. This recall to mind the fact

,. 4. ; and affords well-protected anchorage in tion on the same value. P.|Odom, publisher. that science is of no avail before that human that the Climax extension of the Savannah
Florida & Western with the Pensacola &
the editor in his salutatory, : ,
r depths from 30 to 70 feet, the depths of 30 On the other hand, there are cases in says brute Sullivan. :Mitchell: got in one good Atlantic, and their westerly connections,

." to 50 feet at low water extending up and which mortgages are given as security for |n politics we are in Democratic the work of, and will blow at his opponent, but the applause afford a continuous route from El Paso, the
conduct; our journal developin -
Into the harbor of Fernandina. The entrance money loaned, and a part of the income of ; the vast measures Western Florida. which this evoked aroused the animal in eastern terminus of the Southern Pacific, to
y t Savannah and the Atlantic coast. The ad-
; j' to Cumberland Sound is obstructed the property goes to pay the interest on the To our contemporaries of the press we ex- Sullivan. He broke down Mitchell's guards vantages of the Southern transcontinentalroute

: ? t tiy a narrow sand bar, which at present admits mortgage and the remainder is the incomeor te>wid a brother's hand, and shall expect abrother's and showered blows on him which, had for passenger traffic. must speedily
1 hand in return. For billingsgate
?ggq only the same draught as Charleston revenue of the owner. In such case if they been delivered without gloves, might commend themselves, and for the reasons
happy to that
are
or,personal slang we say
r RMiF and Savannah. This obstruction the of the is taxed for its above given its share of the freight traffic
'" : removed owner property w become large. Certain it is,
must ere long
the deepest vessels afloat could sail up to the full value and the holder of the mortgagefor 5Ve will fearlessly denounce anythingthat went flying over the ropes under one of his at any rate, that no more important steps

t wharves at Fernandina. The improvement the face of his mortgage there is pro is calculated to destroy the peace and attacks as if he had been standing on a were ever taken in Southern railway progress -
of State and
happiness our Republic or ,
# a 4f the Cumberland entrance is now in progress tanto, to that extent, a double tax levied on nothing shall appear in the columns of the spring board. I verily believe that i if; than the completion of the Pensacola
& Atlantic and the Climax extension.-Savannah -
i under charge of the engineers of the the same property or value. All mortgageswill Sttnnl calculated to mar the feelings or Captain Williams had not interfered he News.

United States which will afford an available fall within one or the other of these we!.and the sensibilities of any one. might have killed :Mitchell.: "His blood
H -- -- -----------
a draught at ordinary tide of 26 to 27 feet classes. take De Funiak is situated on the Pensa- was up," as one of admirers, said. THE Florida Herald announces that it has

and at spring tides of 2S to 29 feet, and The subject has been much discussed in cola{ & Atlantic Railroad, half way between One of the most amusing features of now arranged for the full press dispatches,

General Q. A. Gillmore, under whose super- Massachusetts, and has resulted in the Pensacola and Chattahoochee river, a dis- metropolitan life, now that the police have which will enable it to meet the demandfor

intendence the work is being executed, enactment of the following law which seemsto taijce of eighty miles from either point, andis placed an effective check on gambling, the latest news. It seems to have en-

j reports to the Secretary of War that 'a put the matter on a just and equitable bout twenty-five miles south of the 31st policy and lottery playing is to watch the tered upon a career of prosperity and to
have taken its place as a full daily. We
greater depth can be secured by raising the'ilcigbt footing by taxing each party on his interest I parallel of latitude the highest and healthiest antics of the members of the negro colony. trust it will meet with a large measure of

of the jetties.' in the premises. >portion of Western Florida. Indeed, their occupation in life seems to be success.

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, 'LORlJA.MIRROR
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FLORIDA UNIVERSITY. AN ORDINANCE : J: cS Ixr,.

Why should not Florida have schools of Entitled ''an Ordinance to Carryon t,

law, medicine and literature combined, and a more General System of Curiostty Store
i have a university as well as other States? Vaccination within the City of c Variety J. & T. .KYDD
The curriculum of a college embraces only Fernandina.Be r !
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: those for which that college was designed. it ordained,first, That in order to havea Offers a large and carefully? selected
: But a university embracing as it does several thorough enrollment of every inhabitantof Corner or Centre and Third Streets.
: colleges, enables the student to take an the city of Fernandina, the city shall, for HOSIERY ,
eclectic course-that is, he can take up some the purpose of making such enrollment, be STOCIJL OF : .
studies in one college and some in another. divided into four districts, for each of which I
and Children.SANJ .
Ladies
He may take up political economy in the there shall be appointed by Council a com- For Gentlfemen: -I SPRING GOODS I
[
law department, chemistry:: in the medical, petent person to make an enrollment according -
civil and mining engineering in the scientific.It to blanks furnished them by Coun- : KERC2IIE: ,
will thus be seen that a student attendinga cil, setting forth the name and residence of
university enjoys better advantages than each family in his district, the number of Siltf, Linen, and Cotton.
one who attends a college-there is a wider persons habitually residing in such family, Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments,
range for his selection. Hence the organization how many have been vaccinated, with how Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
of the Florida University is a step in many has vaccination taken when vac- La Towels, Napkins I
ces,
,
N 1h hinh &mDrica
PUCd ilkl &Unl
the right direction. cinated and by whom? w l BunUnga .
The West Florida Seminary will constitutethe Be it further ordained, That immediatelyafter Dress Lining c Buttons, ,
literary department, and in addition to such enrollment is completed the city
Notions
f.nd Generally. AND NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS.
its present faculty will have Dr. A. G. physician shall visit every habitation re- _
f
Thomas at present of Atlanta, Ga., as pro- ported by, the inspectors to contain personsnot .
fessor of chemistry, and A. N. Lowrie, A. vaccinated within two years, and pro- A new lot of{ACE COLLARS and NECK- ,I
M., Michigan, as emeritus professor of ceed forthwith to offer his services for and TIES jUS received and marked low. OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENTIs .
political economy. in behalf of the city.
The medical department will be known,I Be it further ordained, That any person or > = now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS, h...
as the Tallahassee College of Medicine and persons refusing to be vaccinated shall note Our Stock of CORSETS is-Very Superior.

Surgery, and will consist of eight professors, permitted to leave his, her or their placeof P The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced to Fine Goods., I : :{
who will fill the following chairs: Insti- abode, nor have any communication or 8-In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- .
tutes of medicine, etc., theory and practiceof allow any one to visit him, her or them ETS, VASES* TOILET SETS. we offer a
medicine, anatomy and surgery, ortho- until they are duly vaccinated, under a fine variety. I A new stock Just reeelved and t.
pedic surgery obstetrics and diseases of penalty of not less than$2 nor more than $5 !. t ., Boots and Shoes. offered at VERY tow PRICES '
women and children,chemistry and botany, for each and every offense, or an imprisonment FLORIDA AXDE SEMI TROPICAL CURIOSITIES {
organic chemistry and medical jurispru- of not more than 15 days, or both, at t
dence. The professors have all accepted, the discretion of the Mayor. >A SPECIALTY. A large and well-assorted Stock. 4I
and Dr. Kost, the dean of the faculty, writes Passed first, second and third reading O I II U
that they will be here at the opening of May 23, 1883. F. C. SUHRER, for MEN, YOUTIIS and BOYS, '
the term for the medical department on the President of Council. &' Orders frjjm the Country Solicited.17 .- tE *
2d of December next. Attest: E IN NEW .AND NOBBY STYILIES. '
It is further stated that a number of students [SEAL] WM. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. DING'S

have already made application for ad- Approved: .l J"Order 15UTTEKICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save
mission in that department next term. It C. A. HALEY, Mayor. tf *Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.
is contemplated eventually to add the law trouble, time and expense.

and, polytechnic departments.For VEGETABLE CRATES, SEA ISLAND ROUTE. 5SS- We are Agents for DEVLIN R CO., leading Clothiers of
the the medical faculty will
present '. New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail
use the brick building known as the College, LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES, ;
the board of education of the West Florida IN at short notice, and I -- receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our

Seminary having consented to the occu- TIIE STEAMER resident, New York buyer.
pancy of the building under certain restric- AT REASONABLE PRICES. ?
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tions.Tallahassee will thus afford superior educational 27 0. S. OAKES. J" cfc ": :'. IES."ST JD: ID: ,,

advantages to other section of fl1jSi'
I any ..
I the State, and it i is earnestly hoped that the REMOVAL.: Xew York Office, 83 Walker Street, \ FERXAXDIXA) FLORIDA. 1

present organization,whose regents comprisesome ...... .( .
.I
L. C. A. LANGE, UPHOLSTERER, : I!" .., FA
\ of our best citizens, may prove the MR. .. begs to inform his customers that 'f' "" }
erm of an institution that will exercise an
; he has removed his place of business from
.
:Florldian.Livery .
for far and wide.
Influence good --
Centre Street to FIFTH STREET, next doorto NICHOLAS
h__ __ ____
the residence of Mr. Patrick Kelly.
Stable at a Bargain. RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
the for leave Fernandina for Savannah
Thanking public past patronage, ;
I offer at a bargain my entire establish- he solicits a continuance of the same. 27 WILL 'I'uesday, Thursday and Satur-
lent in this city, consisting of Carriages, day morning arriving at the latter place
liggies, Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage JUST RECEIVED. the same everiings.Returning MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIPTINEti.!
, IKSCS, Harness, etc. will leave Savannah for Fer-
erms of purchase, CASH. A LARGE SUPPLY OF nandina on Monday, Wednsday and Fri- _
G. F. AVERY. day, at 4 p. m;
ice and Stable-First Street,near BroomSt FINE AND CHEAP MILLINERY, FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .
t Wharf. 46 Fare to Savannah, $ 6.00
Leghorn and Straw Hats, Feathers,
I Masonic. Flowers,Satins, Laces,and Sun-Bonnets, at To Savannah and Return 10.00

1 ular communications of Amelia LodgeNo. KING'S FANCY NOTION AND Through tickets sold to New York, Phila-
p. & A. M., for the year 1883: VARIETY STORE, delphia, Boston, and Baltimore.For .
Jan by 22. July 16.FcbiVry 28 Centre and Fourth Streets. tickets and state-rooms, apply at the
19. August 13. Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. .

Manyo. September 10. HO! FOR THE BEACII A. MERCIER,
Apri'. October 15. General Passenger Agent.J. .
May i November 12. A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe N. HARRIMAN, llauager.NFR' .
June \ December 10. AND
r December 27.
three Omnibuses of McGinn HOUSE OPEN.
elegant
At Tip. brethren
m. Visiting fraternally
fe Rawson can be secured for private partieson
invited\attend.
reasonable at hour either
terms
very any ,
J. E. 'V A DKLL, W. M,
C.ii:. W, Secretary. day or night. TOURIST HOTEL,
26 McGINNIS & RAWSON.
FERNANDINA, FJ A.,
Nassaiiiapter No. 23, It. A. M., holds its
regular evocations on the Wednesday fol E. LEROY JONES, M.D., is now open to the public. New and neatly -.r Y
lowing egular communication of Amelia furnished, located in the most delightful
1 Lodge,\7:3o o'clock sharp. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,, part of the island. Large and sunny rooms. FINE STEAMSHIPS
Transiei ompanions 1 fraternally) invitedto A good home for parties wishing to stop a
attend. \ W. F. SCOTT, II. P. Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, few weeks or months in the South. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, LOSS TONS.S'j'ATE .
W. A. JcW, Secretary. Terms-$2: per day; $8 to $10 per week. OF TT3XA, 1,5 12 TO1VS. P;

FERNANDINA, FLA. 1V. W. CLAY, Manager.The C.ARONDELET, 1,508:: TONS.

\\lgUls of Honor. AV33STE11N TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.
'Yeenpop Lodge, No. 2535, K. of II., Calls answered promptly day or night,andMedicine a
meets the fi\?id third Tuesday nights in furnished without extra charge. splendid Strathmorc Hotel,
every montb 8 o'clock. Office hours:-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2 on the finest beach in the world, will be
and 7 to 8. 22 ly* open every fine day for the accommodationof
G. N. SAUSSY, Dictator. ONLY. DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
'n. T beach parties under the same
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H. J. 1'o ARD, Keporter.on manage-
on of Honor. THE FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE ment. 10

Ponce II., meets th cond and fourth Friday LADIES ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
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nights in everionth, at 8 o'clock. --- --- sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

J. WOOID Tn STARRarrc, Secretary.Absolutel, Commander.W. INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT J. H. PRESCOTTDEALER This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
TIlls York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF

MOUNT EAGLE, TENN., FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
on the plateau of the Cumberland Mountains PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
,a few miles from the University of the connections at FERNANDINA: with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE HAIL-
South. The location presents unequaled advantages ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
for health, being on the mountainand IN JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
free from all malaria or liability to con- RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
tagious diseases. PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
RO,uucyr All the branches usually pursued in for LAKE WEIR.
Roiw. French Seminaries are taught, inclusive of
TO ALL POINTS.For .
Modern Languages. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING

Music is made a specialty under MADIMEDcBARRY further information apply to
schedules ,
t. Yl. freight, passage rates, and or
a teacher of very high reputation
;l. whose testimonials are from the first R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
l.i ; ., musical professors from abroad and in this FERNANDINA FLORIDA.C. .

y ;1 dlc .di:'LII country.The Ladies MALLORY & CO.,
II ,
;. charges of this school are moderate; Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
For terms and circulars address Misses'! .
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I SILAS B. McBEE, Principal.
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I I Children'sand
References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer- TO TEUDPU J3JU1CJ
nandina; Dr. II. Robinson, Jacksonville; Infants', _
Rev. A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24 Men's, '

NOTICE. Boys' and I outlis', The success which we have attained in the introduction of our

I ,0 WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL
SIX to the Judge of the County Courtin FINE Virgin Brand Baking Powderhas
and for the County of Nassau, Fla., for
letters of administration on the estate of

1a Nelson Parker, deceased.F. C. SUHRER. SEJVVElJ:) by far exceeded our expectations; and now that we are entering upon the third year

Fernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. 6t of its sale, we see before us a bright future and an increased demand for this, -
pw R

) )TEXTS obtained for new inventionsJL SPECIALTIES. H
or for improvements in old Buiion Booil, G&lhra, IAN hO I, ONE OF OUR I _

ure. ones. Caveats, Infringements,TradeMarksand
., all patent business promptly attendedto. To dwell upon its merits would be unnecessary on our part, for those who have

., POWDER neve ,s. A marvel INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN AND used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms.
i TIllS REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- once
purity,strength at olesomeness. the U. S. Pat- of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING: POWDER, and
More economical than tlijinary kinds, ented by us. Being opposite -iSLIPPERSf- We are the originators
and cannot be sold in con*on with the ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that

multitude of low test,Sold sho pht, alum or ents NESS in EXCLUSIVELY less time than those, we who can are secure remote pat- -u--- < u- THE BEST. To this standard quality we shall continue to keep it. A Tea-

phosphate ROYAL powders.BAKING P 1'R canf.CO., from Washington. spoonful of the VIRGIN BRAND suffices for a full quart of well-sifted

33 106 Wall Str$ew York. we When make Inventors search in send the Patent model Office or sketch and, Embracing New and Popular Flour, where at least double that quantity would be required of inferior brands.

RIKART fc DA IN, advise as to its patentability free of charge
Correspondence confidential; fees reasonable SrYLESGENTS' : : A TRIAL ORDER IS SOLICITED.
T RENCII AND AMERIC ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
IS OBTAINED.We .
to the Postmaster 4ij.Asli: : your Grocer :for the VIRGIN BRAND I5A.lt-
RESTA U TJ refer by permission City -
: and to the Superintendent of the IXG 3O\VI>EIlf and take no otlicr.
Foot of Centre Street, n pot, Post-Office Money Order Division in ""Wash FURNISHINGAND
.. FERN AS FLA. ington. For special references circular,ser S. GUCKENHEIMER & SON. ,

vice, terms, etc., address SAVANNAH, GA. ,

,. week Jjar'or Meals month.at all hours. by 14 the Opp.PatentOffice C.. Washington A. SNOW &,DO.CO., 2tf B 0;SEER GOODS.: 1 ANGEL & FRIEND, Agents, Fernandina, Fla. ',. :

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t'J#" ;. ij ';;;.,1 t TIlE TRUCK INDUSTRY TRANSPORTATION ough fermentation takes place, which will calities in Middle and South Florida. So -:::::-
I Professional
: and Business Cards.
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',J ; :, I MARKETS, ETC. require from three to six weeks, according far as I have heard the experiment has

:; : :, Our vegetable growers have so many annoying to circumstances; dependent upon degreeof proved very successful. In this section the
Il '4 ': ) ; I .j ; disadvantages to contend with i in moisture and the strength:: of materials result has been very gratifying-the pecuniary WM. B. C. DURYEE,

':I 11- -j the matter of transportation they should used. When the cotton seed is thoroughly return being equal to 400 bushels per

1 .i',' ; ;. make a united effort to secure more reliable killed with a sharp hoe'or mattock cut acre. If those who have made the experiment GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,

a' '. :::1 ...: conveyance for their products even if they down vertically through the layers ; pulverize I would report even briefly their meth- I KENDALL'SSPAVIN
'i I Iz ,,; have to seek other markets. A number of and shovel into a heap, where the fermentation ods, rates of production per acre and profits CETTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, i

,'rt <. .I' I shipments from Tallahassee-some of them' will be renewed and the compost such facts would form a safe basis for future
i! 1 0.. perishable vegetables, too-have failed to go be still further improved. Let it lied operations. The sales come in at a time FERNANDINA, FLA. CURE
,. ::7'i ,..!j. through on time. Either the railroad di two weeks after cutting down ; it will then when there are few other marketable pro-
11 'n;'Y '< I not deliver them at Savannah in time for be ready for use. ducts-the winter crops and orange-fruit Hay, Corn, Oats

d', ,!4 'rJ.J : the steamer, or if they were so delivered the For cotton, apply Jn the furrow two hundred season being over. .

}. ''II ."'i..' vessel left them at that port. One shipment pounds, and with the planting seed If we can succeed in introducing a nE'w.. JAMES McGIFFIN, LI'T
-: d.' ::l was nine days in gettingthroughand rs seventy-five or one hundred pounds, making productive industry, adapted to a wide
in all /C ONTRACTOR
i i 1;: fiJ. were forwarded, without the authority or two hundred and seventy-five or range of territory will be a benefaction. AND BUILDER

),j 1'I\,:. :', knowledge of the shipper, by the Atlantic three hundred pounds per acre. For corn, At the proper time I propose to furnish for
4 i ," rail coast line to Norfolk, and thence to Baltimore apply in the }hill by the side of the seed, publication a careful statement the meth- Alachua Street between Second and Third
f! ,:: ." .t one gill to the hill. An additional HE MOST SUCCESSFUL
t 4 by steamer at an additional cost of application ods of seed-planting and culture of this REMEDY
i1 i" ; t ...-< about SO per cent. for freight. There are around the stalk,before the first plough- as practiced in Bermuda vegetable FERNANDINA, FLA. ever discovered as it is certain ill its
; '. .: '.ti 4 :;) radical defects to be corrected in transportation ing will largely increase the yield. who know how-to make it most by profitable.growers Orders and estimates from a distance care- effects and does not blister. READ Pllonp
,t. :' facilities. It is This compost would be good for the I For fully attended to. 25-tf BELO\V.
: a simple matter of dollars very the benefit of the growers I have or-
.J "'I i... .1::,..: and cents with truckmen. They engage truck-grower no doubt. In) his case he dered the genuine fresh red and white seed

f: ', ".. t r: :.- .' i in the industry just as they would enter would have to exercise his own judgment ((2,250 ounces), that may be ready for delivery O. S. OAKES, Saved Him 180000.
4; t Ls I into any other legitimate business-for as to the quantity used, as the Department in September. The white variety CONTRACTOR

.J', : : the money there is in it. But as long as the seems to have nothing to say on that sub- matures a week or ten days earlier than the AND BTTILDERNUFACTURF.8 ADAMS N. Y., January 30, 188*,
f'" ', :1. '"I r business i is conducted as at present with no; ject.-Mobile Register.THE red, and costs one-third more; but purchasers Dr. B. J. Kendall &: Co.:

I ; ..i I improvement in transportation facilities are obliged to take both kinds. )[.\, GENTS-Having used a good deal of
It i. ,.. v ..,* ...... .._.___ The Bermuda Kendall's your
1 '-firJ.lIa. .In.H..a 11 Spavin
.... ., "' .n 4.1. :UJ.P FUTURE SUGAR DOORS AND Cure with
p' r\1. .,' ', & AV'".U. n. j'UICUC "IIC uluunry:: COUNTRY. I. growers have found it of the greatest WINDOW FRAMESOF great success, I
JJ H ',1\ : f at great disadvantage.1 importance thought I would let you know what
:, Philadelphia enterprise and capital and to procure genuine seed. A spurious ALL it has
1; :. .t: ;".:! It seems that the truckers of Middle Flor- Philadelphia engineers are doing for Florida, article means failure. Post Office Box 174. SIZES. done for me. Two years ago I had as s.eedy{
P : t'h < ida have yet to comprehend that their interests what Florida Success depends a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson
could in on genuine and fresh
')", : r' are mutual and it follows nat- have not many years, if seed. J. WOFFOBD jan4 Fernandina, FIa : 'Vhen T was brcukin1! 1,;.m.. h._. l..-.t."i,county._#/i '.h
; as a ever, done for itself. The recent visit TUCKER. -- U. u "A<:U u\'er
I
i' '}:1, t'; ; ural consequence that there must be unity of the President to the scene of these Sanford, Fla. May 14, 1883. the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
i'; .' '. of purpose and concert !of action among: especially important to the operations LOUIS A. C. LANGE, hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
7 large
tl -- -- -
sugar ------ farriers
I*, ;: ..I ;' them. Self-protection requiressucha course; manufacturing interests of Philadelphia, has A WORD PHOLSTERER. but they all said he was spoiled.
\IUTIos.-The TI He had
+ .:x: t..' demands it. Our natural outlet on the Atlantic revived public interest in the reclaiming of Farmer FOR Connecticut SADDLE AND HARNESS-MAKER a very large thorough-pin, and I
r a t says the mutton of a well-fed used two bottles of
sheep
J' coast is at Fernandina. Then let the Florida lands your Kendall's
Spavin
undertaken
{ .' .: l"' :,' : : truckmen Middle: Florida put their heads Drainage Company. The by the Okechobee of every breed from the Downs and Shires Foot of Centre Street Cure,and it took the bunch entirely off and
work of a single down
r' ''Gtr ."f'.. together-and their money, too, if necessary year has served to drain 380,000 of to the little wooled Saxony is palatable FERNANDINA FLORIDA. he sold afterwards for 1800 (dollars). I have
1 .I:dt s '\ and encourage the establishment of ad- and. This was not acres and healthful. None of the objections Furniture repaired in the best manner. used it for bone spavins and wind. all and
; ditional swamp land as is urged against the use of pork can be brought Hair Mattresses made it has always cured
8 i ocean transportation from that generally believed, but firm to order at short completely and left the-
i'
'.'i t1 .:" soil as dry as against that of mutton. It never has been notice. leg smooth.It .
) : \ point! -our own seaport. Encourage the existing Pennsylvania soil during the 36
",' r"'I 's': steamship line to put on two morefl' the year, but subject in the greater portionof I known to impart scrofula, trichina or tape- is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.

:,.- ,, .., :,",," \' commodious vessels, or organize a Florida of July and August to the overflows rainy season from worms to its consumers. The sheep does 1V. K. BAUKNIGIIT, I have recommended it to a good many, and
not thrive in
I : t and the mire nor does it consume they all say it does the work.
'' company, put on a sufficient number the lakes. The canals AGENT I was in With-
; -t constructed ,
: the
";c .: C n : t of splendid steamships to meet the demands Okechobee by garbage or vermin or decaying meats or WHOLESALE erington &Kneeland's drug store in Adams.
.', ,' of the trade. Sending your produce via Fer drains and Company serve the purpose of vegetables. It does not wallow in the trough AND RETAIL the other day, and saw a very tine
the picture
:r-I'i''i'.. : nandina you will assist in building up your the lakes from during overflowing wet their season!borders.prevent it feeds from, but it is a dainty and a careful BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could

.' own seaport; you patronize home transpor Below the frost line with soil of feeder and as cleanly as needs be in its ANDDealer not; they said if I would write to you that
lri; : tation lines to that port,, and when you become deposit in a vegetable habits. Mutton is more easily and cheaply in Ice you would send me one. I wish you would
1 r.t: t interested in a !line of steamships ply Florida lands seem places destined eight feet to deep, these produced than beef, is just as nutritious, and TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY and I will do you all the good I can. ,
it;i ing between Fernandina and Northern mar become thereat may be served in as great a variety of forms. Very respectfully. E. S. LY IAX.
sugar-producing BROOM
country of the future. As a steady food it is far STREET WHARF
;, f. kets you can patronize Florida enterprises If a seaport is eventually established superior to poultry,
all the wa\' coast east of Lake on the :and costs no more ; that is, good, fat juicy 19-tf FERNANDINA: FLA. Kendall's
Okechobee connected by mutton not that from the half-starved Spavin Cure.
direr-- a canal with the
interior the Florida ,
cane specimens that have outlived their
breeding DR. W. E.
country will have SNYDER
the ,
'h, :' advantage over Cuba age, and been shorn of fleece ON SUVA FtEsii.
road connection via Pensacola to all the of being from enough to
i i'F, r markets West and twenty-four to forty-eight furnish shoddy blankets for a tribe of In EfffiH = o
VEVAY.
Northwest.: By this route )hours nearer Europe, Philadelphia and New dians. IND., August 12, 1881.
', ; be in Many well-to-do farmers men who Dr. B. J. Kendall
a produce can put the Cincinnati mar- York. The natural g & Co.:
; : \\r ket in adaptation of the soil to have well-st cked farms, do not slaughter GENTS-:
f .' seventy-two hours, and St. Louis and the cane crop is not a matter of theory but a y e Sample of circulars received to
> Chicago reached in from ten to twelve hours has been abundantly sheep during a year, yet they kill a pig = day. Please send me some with my i imprin
Efb
1./t( more. The Louisville & Nashville Railroad L and it has proven by actual experiment every month in the summer season. This ) printed on one side only. The Kendall
great advantages of is
", has several hundred and a nation of meat-eaters, but it confines fI Spavin Cure is in excellent
k new improvedventilated location over that of some portions of Louisiana itself too ..., demand with land \
T.J vegetable cars, which they will which is below the water level, and better exclusively to pork and beef. It is W -- not only for animals but for humn ._
: requires to sandwich in little -
furnish a more mutton. ailments
r in also.
promptly
number desired. Mr. Jos.
any constant Voris of
'. pumping in wet seasons. In A few one te
f i' Of course our truckmen have but a lint a crude way, without sheep for family consumption, even ? leading l farmers in our county sprained
any special knowledge when they are not t for sale
\d ited business acquaintance with Western orappliances, the native "cracker" raises kept or for wool ankle badly, and knowing the value of le
1':, cities but that is a matter that would will be found a most excellent investmenton FIRST-CLASS remedy for horses tried it
e t soon sugar cane with success, and. when he is all farms. OPERATIONS ; 20 years' on himself: an it
: r' '11 regulate itself. A few shipments of Middle ambitious to achieve something beyond : charges reasonable. Sets did far better than he had expected; eyed
Florida vegetables to these points would in physical comfort, with profit. -- ------------ of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and the sprain in very short order.

'.f t" ., duce responsible dealers to solicit further The difficulties with which the Okechobee THE MELON BORER."-The worm which every set warranted to fit or money refunded. Yours respectfully, C. 0. TIIIEBANX

'. try ,", consignments, and thus create additional Company have to contend are by no means bores into and) ruins the musk-melons, Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5 All

I ,. demands for our products. With the mar- entirely solved. Their work has so far been squashes, pumpkins, etc., may be kept out made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand druggists have it or can get it for it
you.or
i N P''.f kets of the East and West equally accessible attended with remarkable success at a trifling by placing under the fruit, on the ground, advice free, and willingly given. 10 will be sent to any address on recept of

to them our vegetable growers ought to be cost but comparatively it is hardly more letting the fruit rest upon it, a piece of news- price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KEN-

1!: able to secure satisfactory reliable transportation than a beginning of the gigantic undertaking paper saturated fwith kerosene. The kero- DALL & CO.. Enoshurgh Falls, Vt.
b 0', a facilities. If they cannot get still before them. Lake Okechobee- sene will not injure the fruit in the least. A DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. Send for Illustrated Circular.
r these in one direction let them try another. itself; is probably four times bit of newspaper so used without the kero-
,
; as large Lake Sold
t' as all
by
The transportation of five sene will often be Druggists
.. or six hundred Tahopekaliga whose waters have a perfect protection. Incase DR. J. D. PALMER.
:. already T. W. PALMER.
car-loads of vegetables from this section in been tapped and lowered five feet. and it of bush squashes, where the fruit does :

"':, 1< j a few weeks is a freightage worth looking may be that the volume of water, in the, not lie on the ground, the paper may be PALMER BRO'Srh STOVES, TIN WARE E'C.W. .

"', r after handling properly, and putting i it larger lake cannot be perceptibly diminished loosely tied around the fruit with a string. :- -

f. through on time. Let the truckmen com without great expense and much labor. This P. STREETY
t '' bine in this matter, and if one transporta can only be determined -+I II I i II II +I iPHARMA i- I I [ I ; II II I [ I '-'- ,
o 1 tion line don't by the result of the Reliable help for the weak, nervous and
'.r f, I" in put and their vegetables through energetic efforts the company is now making. debilitated dyspeptic sufferer found in PHARMACISTSCentre Second Street, opposite the Pos-Office: ,
shape time
proper on another will. What the Okechobee
Company has already Brown's Iron Bitters. If
j
You are not at the mercy of one line or one accomplished seems to ensure a brilliant +- FERNANDINA, FLA.iFLL .
: a{ I market. Your produce will sell in any future to Florida-Philadelphia Press.
: market. In this matter BOOTS
flt transportation AND SHOES.
; _
; l ----
..'..... -- Street, near Depot
'V.& UL"' v 11<111 i.lIIUW LIlClIl (0 oe ,
;,, trampled under foot. Stand up for your FLORIDA FERTILIZERS.Judge .

i. rights. Demand that they be respected,and Knapp writes through the Gulj FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
i 1 they will be. One man may not accomplish Coast Progress that peninsular Florida, if not TIIE NEW S'l'ORE.
j it' this alone, but if all stand as one man, they the whole State lies in a geological forma: :

f can accomplish much.-Floridian. tion where the presence of marls is almost ABSOLUTELY PURE .,

:'I' )"/ assured, containing not only lime and soda, :a W. F. WOOD, Jr., Ij I- SC


: '' ;; I" THE GEORGIA COMPOST.A but also potash and phosphorus. He receivedan DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED

.. 1,: \ correspondent wishes us to give the analysis made by the chemist of the > .j Proprietor, }. EJC
: Agricultural Department at
l' ; formula for composting cotton seed and sta- Washington of ,. M
DRUGS
AND
a specimen of marl in CHEMICALS
dug Limonia
t ble within
J manure as a fertilizer
as published
.4; by ten feet of the surface that ,,
; 12.38 >
'. 'f' the Georgia Department of Agriculture. It gave percent CfI >
a ,
: r t.'; seems to us that we have already published phosphoric acid. Ground bones contain Standard Patent Medicines
less than 24 ,
1 I 4- something of the kind but per cent. of phosphoric
::. t be the case we even should this acid. Each square yard of the land under- -: : 1.r : ::

,1 f.f,..t.a hurt by a repetition.suppose nobody would be laid by this marl will give a ton. Limonia -I Fancy TOILET Articles I
is not alone in this ,-
.JJ' But the stable manure and the cotton seed possessing marl. Probably sAND

-: .: must be in good condition ; that is. they marl every or rocks.county in the State has similar: STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.
;: :
: must have been kept under shelter
.'.. i damaged by exposure to the weather., Put not There are also in this State beds that con, PERFUMERY, TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
IS Sr
,. ,.' la together tain potash nearly equal in value to the. XjTTBICT'S ROOFING
AND
; kainit or German salt EXTRACTS etc. GUTTESING,

i:t t.. Stable manure....................... 650 pounds. These, if facts, which -
we not
:' :I Green cotton seed...... are disposed s:: : PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
/( : r ............ 650 pounds. to Question are certainly facts of in ? S" Especial and careful attention
I" 'H, Superphosphate .................... 700 pounds. terest and significance as regards the great future PHYSICIANS' paidto A large stock of Stoves>n hand. Give mea
I '. -- of Florida agriculture. C> CC > PRESCRIPTIONS, by call, and compare my prices with those of

: J Making a ton of..................2,000 pounds. But when the judge says land is cheap:: an experienced Druggist. other houses, here or elstrhere.:

) ';::>tfi If the compost is intended for use on soils when it can be bought at ten times the value, Fernandina Jj&J'- MR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep

,; if! particularly deficient in potash, as pine of its annual crop he should have added > j \ over the store and will respond to all calls REAL ESTATE.

t., :.r5 a lands, the proportion of cotton seed and stay I this qualifying clause : provided the annual at night.

"; ;'s,\ ble manure may be reduced 50 pounds crops cost nothing to produce them. An: JE3 \ Cor. Centre & Third. \ S 51 THE FLORIDA
3 each and 100 pounds of kainit used instead. acre of land might produce annually a bale 8TO'VN

:t +;.,. The formula would then be : of cotton worth $40, and yet if it cost in EST.A.BLISI.IED 1875. I3IPROVE3iNT COMPANY.Fernandina .

,. : Stable manure....................... 600 pounds. labor, fertilizers, taxes and interest on the ,. "'TIIE NEW STORE.1 --

( i 1:1 1 : ., Cotton seed (green)............... 600 pounds. investment $38, instead of the land being -

\ Superphosphate .................... 700 pounds. worth ten times as much as the annual crop DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES

Ii.t .. 'u<. Kainit.................................. 100 pounds. it would be worth a good deal less than the .f
"t. ';> annual crop. As is and will be true of most

; : ,:' : ""' Making a ton of..................2.000 pounds. of the fine lands of this country so long as IBLEY'OEED Towns 011 R....l R. Line
: they arc devoted to cotton.-Economist. & "#
l CO.
i t These ingredients may be varied in pro : Nina Cedar Key.

J''. : portions to adapt the resulting compost to j
1
; t. different soils or crops but either of the THE BERMUDA ONION.
1 ,: ,,. above will be found to give satisfactory Some of the Tallahassee truckmen r- .
results are experimenting =I I PHARMACISTSCentre .
i \ :i' on every class of soils, and on all of with the Bermuda onion this: OF ALL PLANTS, FOR ALL CROPS, 1=
l' < our cultivated and when Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large '
?.r crops. year, they measure up the yield, FOR ALL CLIMATES.We .
y f The ingredients may be mixed either by and take the dimensions of some of the: ore the t;:""T3st: farmers, largest: seed grow- number
i', :; building up the heap by alternate layers of largest onions we expect to even astonish: cri u..J Iory23t; ::; seed dealers! anywhere; hece Street, of the mJ| eligible and desirable
..
I., ;Ii the the h -3:jraitcst facile: s for prod ng Best!Seeds y
ingredients
natives of New
or they be Florida.
',,', mixed and may thoroughly -Floridian, May' JL I our See-It are te$:ed,nd only the best sent out Lots, suitable for Easiness Purposes, or for
then
f. '*: thrown into a heap. In 8th.Editor Oar: Annual Catalogue and Price Lift brings THE FERXAXDINA, FLORIDA,
'.: :J either case water should be freely used on Floridian: I was gratified to read GREATEST SEED STORE IN THE City or Suburban Residences,
iti. the coarse materials while com posting. :Most this notice. I WOULD TO YOUR OWN DOOR. It includes .
:; fanners prefer the plan of mixing the ingre will furnish hope your enterprising gardeners all the desirable: new and standard varietiesof KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort UPON EASY TERMS.
1 ;: \1 I dients well before placing them in the columns a report through your Flower Tcsretable Field and Tree Seeds, and of FRESH and PURE FOR
J ; for fermentation. heap of the actual results of their experiment Plznti Sent FREE to any address. EIGN and DOMESTIC .

4 f''1 mingling of the ingredients Under is this plan the the rate of production per acre, HIRAM SIBLEY &, CO. Seedsmen Liberal Discottts on Values allowed to

'..J.f t r! during the more thorough the method of cultivation etc., etc. Rochester N.Y.sad Chicago,Ill.a .
f'. ,:-ill! hence its effects process are probably of fermentation thorough and Having resided some years in the Bermuda Drugs and Chemicals, parties engaged isHnanufacturing or indus-
Islands and
\:1: though both plans have having carefully observed rial dio will erect the
on
-
given good results. the of enterprises property
,
processes onion-culture I had '
; small
,
: a
,.. Spread under shelter a. layer of stable manure quantity of seed \ f that Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, f
of
variety the
(
four + substantial
inches thick TED improvements
on this l purchased
; sprinkle onion
a sent for x 1lIE
over
1 experiment here.
It
Illy .
layer portion of cotton of the seed phosphate three inches; next thick spread; wet a it proved impossible a great to success supply, but themselves our people with found the c lP PAL Proprietary and Fancy Good, .I for residence, ci"* which to conduct their

these thoroughly with water,and then apply seed, which have to be annually FINE TOILET business.
; more of the phosphate, next spread another We cannot grow the seed. The imported.Bermuda ARTICLES, *
layer of stable
III t, manure three inches thick, growers import annually all they use from PERFUMERY INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
and continue SOAPS
", to repeat these layers in the the Mediterranean.At ETC.,
1 :. I1 above order, and in proportion to the quantity the earnest solicitation of by exepl' on for a term of years from
of each used to the ton until the material our Orange \VDlbemaitedrBKBtoJ_ applicants and to customers IX GREAT VARIETY. .
; ; county[ gardeners, I imported last it
of last without
,. l is consumed. autumn, year ordering It contains
a; ", Cover the whole mass through a responsible London house about about 175 pages, 600 illustrations, prices, accurate taxation, O&&& by the several cities and
with stable manure, or descriptions and valuable directions for planting .
scrapings from the 900()() ounces of the
genuine red
lot one or two inches and white 1500 varieties of Vegetable and Seeds. Physicians' Prescriptions towns. l
; thick.
Allow the Bermuda onion seed and had Plants Fruit Trees efe Invaluable oar.
them especially
r .\., heap to stand in this condition until a thor- through the merchants to different distributed to Market Gardeners. Send for it 1 carefully: compounded with pure Drugs, at AP'J' CHAS. W. LEVIS,

,. ,'., lo- D. M.FERRY & CO. DETROIT MlCH. reasonable prices. & 7th Fernandina..

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MAY 26.



YORK NEWSPAPERS.SOME decks we saw that little army of excited FLORIDA LANDS. $&* Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,

drummers, all :hot and perspiring, come the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
FIGURES ABOUT WHAT IT COSTS TO MAKE together on the street corner, have a jolly AN INTERVIEW IN NEW YORK WITH AX ENGLISH SatUfiM the moil faitldioat a*a perfect lair Restorer and Central and Western Railroad. t

THEM. laugh over their adventures, and then, as j CAPITALIST. Serer raumff.Falls Admired to Rettore for l4ehnniiu.Mand.ins Grey or Faded perfume.Hair Through tickets via this line at the Com yr

What does it cost to run a first-class New one body, adjourn to the nearest saloon to Large investments of English capital in to UM youthful color. $0 cb,_It.._a&all tlnlifId& pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 -
York newspaper?" hold a regular reunion.In Florida lands, mainly with a view to sugar- West Bay Street.
hIt costs a great deal more than it did tenor due time we were off for "Down raising, have recently been made, and according WILLIAM O. AMES,
twenty years ago. There is a great !improvement South up the St. Johns river. to Sir Philip Houghton Clark, who 8 O<>n'l Passenger Agent, F
in the intellectual quality of the The city of Jacksonville lying upon a sailed for London this morning, still larger Jacksonville, Fla. : ,
newspapers of New York city. They are bend of the river in the form of a crescent, investments are probable in the near future. W. M. DAVIDSON,

better furnished with talent in every department presents a most beautiful appearance as we He represents an English company which General Manager,
and spend a great deal more moneyfor steam away southward. This we find on already owns a large body of land in Flor- Jacksonville, Fla. ,
contributions than they used to spend our note-book, and we further find that the ida. 1Previous: j. s. MCELROY,

fifteen years ago. The cost of white paper water of the St. Johns river is of a dark : to his departure he said : There 8 Master Transportation, ;;

formerly made up fully one-half of the whole color, presenting, where thrown up by the is great interest among the English peoplein Tallahassee, Fla.TD1E .
expense of the newspaper, now it makes up wheels of the boat, about the color of frothing Florida. At this time there is a good

about one-quarter; then paper cost from molasses. deal of(capital lying idle in London, which CARD : -I
twelve to fifteen cents per pound, now it Soon after leaving Jacksonville the St. has heretofore been invested in agricultural OF THE ,
costs from six to seven cents per pound. Johns ceases to be a river in reality, and be- projects, but which has been withdrawn on s 1vylIj
Owing to this great reduction in the cost of comes a long lake, running about seventy- account of the unsatisfactory condition of FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR ,
well-e tablis hed miles in and from to six ; Ireland. The RAILROADAND
paper, the > > newspapers inNew five length one thingsin England and consequence -
York city are all of them making miles in width. It is shallow, as a rule, the ; is that much of this money has been i : t r

money, and even the Tribune, which has boats being under the necessity of confining turned toward America, and I should think FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. ,
been weighed down by an immense invest- themselves to certain channels in order to there are projects involving 1,000,000 in 1 t t 'J" 'yd !" t uC,n
:
ment in real estate, seems at last to have got navigate it. Long piers run out from the Florida land companies now on the London t \. In Effect January 7th, 188S. '
through with the effect of this misfortune, landings, a necessity created by shallow market. I have traveled extensively in Git;T, Jlac'in.% Mr.inlraLo: MiUiugin and
of I-cst i.icd tine known GOING
iie here SOUTH. wa+
and has commenced to do more than pay water near shore. The shores: seem to be Florid t, this being my second visit, and I many Li.icdiiitoartc 'ci-c ,f surh vlr'ed aie com-
its generally low. All that one reads about the was much impressed with the value of the as to I.I..C' .c'rcatcstllixxl( : Punficr&thc and effective Leave Fernandina...................._. 8.00a.m. ""
expenses."A powers Leave Hart's Road....................._ ;
8.42
in New York will grand to be seen by the land fiir On a.m. i
first-rate sugar-raising
newspaper orange groves my return Best Heal:!} and Circnglh: : restorer: Ever Used.It .
about ten editorial writers, whose tourist passing up this lower St. Johns, is to London I furposes. a 1 V-rn ci h. licumnusm i I Leave Callahan.......................... 9.48 a.m.
require ; ,
company cures Icrplessness,
Leave Dutton........................ ....10.15
dally duty it is to furnish leading articles unadulterated nonsense. The groves may for the-purpose of going into the business o"i':"c.i escf ilicSiionniJi; limvcK: LU1I15,Liver, a.m.
Ki and '\,11:010. Leave Brandy Branch ................10.30 ?
and editorial paragraphs. Many of these have an existence, but ftince the boats run on a lairge scale. :.cys, :> Complaint" a.m.
have their special duties, but there three or four miles from land one is not "The whole country, in Florida south of lf>.-it are v;. i.M; :\- iy \\i li Consumption or Leave Baldwin...........................11.05 a.m. y
writers any deCb': :, use t c'It.:. c--Jny.; It wi.l surely Leave Maxville.......... ..
be five six who able with the naked to them 28 is suitable for The landis .. ............11.32 a.m.
always or men are eye, separate parallel sugar.
must h fpyru. } -ciiiVr! itkfarsun.riortoliuers i
Leave Highland...........................11.55
the of frosts which a.m.
able to turn their hands to subjects of any from other green growths the shore.A rich and there are no injurethe LjJei.cfsof(...1 r :.11.1 CII"r.r Tomes, as it builds
Leave ..................... .
Lawtey ...... 12.15 :
description, as they happen to come up. A house can be seen now and then peepingout cane. rp the s'--.i-m v :!h 'it t-xicntinj. 5 arc. and$t p.m.
writer of leaders will be paid from among the apparently tangled "The English companies will colonize sL'esrtau''cri i irini"? Nonejrenuir.ewithoutsijrmtt.rcof : Leave Temple's...........................12.30 p.m. t
competent from $100 to $150 per week ; and no man fit trees, but as to what manner of house it is their lands next fall, and I have no doubt J : ... ": &l '.,N V. c'I lor circular Arrive Starke............................12.34 p.m. "
to supervise them and perform the functionsof very little idea can be gathered. For the but that the emigration movement will LAnGE sAS'IXG; IX BUYING THE DOLLAR SIZE. Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m.

editor-in-chief can be had for less than benefit of the Mobilian we would state that result ill great advantage to the State, and Leave Thurston .......................... 1.06p.m.
from $150 to $200 per week. The reportersare both sides of this lower St. Johns presents open rtew commercial enterprises of vast Arrive Waldo............................. 1.30 p.m.
of two classes ; first, those of the regular very much the appearance of the western importhnce. Among other enterprises a PATENTS obtained for for new inventionsor Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.m.

staff, who are paid by the week at rates Varying shore of the lower Mobile Bay. steamship company from Liverpool to Fer- Caveats improvements in old Leave Gainesville........................ 2.27p.m.
from $20 to $60. These perform not Some fifteen miles' from Jacksonvilleand nandiiia; .s projected, which will bring emigrants ones.all Infringements, TradeMarksand Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m.
only the routine duties of reporting, but there sudden run outbreak of excite- direct to Florida.-New Orleans Times- patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Batton............................. 2.57 p.m.
to be sent off was a INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Archer.............................. 3.15 p.m.
are cial always service prepared in which their upon railroad spe- ment among the two hundred or more pas- Democrat.. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50p.m.
case sengers aboard. With one accord they all ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent i Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.27
hire hotel bills and other TILE CLEAN NEWSPAPER. p.m.
fares, carriage left-hand side of the Office '
rushed the boat.
to and
the office. engaged in PATENT BUSINESS Leave Rosewood...... ................... 5.02p.m.Arrive .r
expenses are paid by Was it the startling cry of" Fire !1" that we There is a growing feeling, in healthy EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- Cedar
.. .. .
number of Key. .. ............... 5.35 p.m. w
Then there are a reporters heard? Not exactly-it was, "Yonder is communities against journals which make ents in less time than those who are remote
attached to each paper, who are paid accord- where Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe lives!" it thei 'special object' minister to a per- from Washington.When GOING NORTH. 3'

ing to the work they perform without having "Yonder is the home of the author of verted taste by seeking out and serving up Inventors send model or sketch, Leave Cedar Key......................... 7.25 a.m.
any prescribed functions, and who must 'Uncle Tom's Cabin I"! in a seductive form disgusting and licen- we make search in the Patent Office, and Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05 a.m.

hold themselves in readiness do whatever We ran over with the crowd, of course, tious revelations. There is good reasons to advise as to its patentability free of charge Leave Otter Creek....................... 8.40a.m.
may be necessary. Some of these gentlemenare and of course we looked out. Three miles believe:: that the clean newspaper is more Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- Leave Bronson................. .........._ 9.22a.m.
men of talent and learning, and in time away was what appeared to us arounded-up highly :prized to-day than it was four or five able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT- Leave Archer............................. 9.52a.m.
: will make their way into the front rank as bill of green, evidently a grove of great live years ago. It is also safe to predict that, as ENT IS OBTAINED.We Leave Batton ..............................10.09 a.m. '
writers and editors. I know men who, oaks. Low down in this hill were to be people in all ranks of life who protect their refer by permission to the City Post- Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m.

without having regular salaries, average seen a few white spots, apparently about own, at least, from contamination, become master, and to the Superintendent of the Leave Gainesville.......................10.50 a.m.
from $50 to $75 a week. Of these two classesof the size of tombstones. These, in all possibility more conscious of the pernicious influenceof PostOfficeIoney Order Division in Wash Arrive Waldo............................11.40 a.m.

reporters, taken together,a first-rate paper were glimpses of Mrs. Stowe's house a certain class of journals, called enter- ington. For special references circular,service Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m.
must employ about fifty. Next there are through openings among the trees. It was prisingjbecause! :; they are ambitious to serve terms, etc., addressC. Leave Thurston..........................12.24 p.m.
the correspondents, both at home and all the showing we had, and while we up dirty scandals, they will be careful to A. SNOW & CO., Arrive Starke............................12.38 p.m.
abroad, and these are likewise divided into leaned over the banisters of the rapidly- see thai the journals they permit to be read Opp.Patent Office. Washington DO. 2tf. Leave Starke................................ 1.00 p.m
two classes, those who are employed upon passing boat and gazed at those small white in the family circle are the class that never Leave Temple's.......................... 1.09p.m.
regular salaries and those who are paid as spots we couldn't help feeling that Mrs. forget the proprieties of life. Already men HORACE DREW Leave Lawtey _........................... 1.33 p.m.
their contributions are printed. In Wash- Stowe was not playing entirely fair with us. and Women of refinement and healthy morals Leave Highland........................_ 1.55 p.m.
ington, for instance, each newspaper has Comfortably seated on her gallery, she was, have had their attention called to the Bookseller, Stationer, Leave Maxville ........................... 2.19 p.m.
need both of regular correspondents or reporters in all probability, looking out through those pernicious influence of bad literature, and Printer and Binder. Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.43 p.m.

and of occasional contributors, and openings and seeing our whole boat, with have mUde commendable efforts to counteract Leave Baldwin ......... ................. 2.53 p.m.
the different papers differ as to the respective plenty of space all around it, while we, thesame: by causing sound literature to School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m.

number of these two classes. In Albany more'interested than herself, perhaps were be published and sold at popular prices. Leave Dutton ............................_ 3.35 p.m.
each New York paper must have its regularstaff straining our eyes to look at-well, for the These forts are working a silent but sure A SPECIALITY. Leave Callahan.........................._ 4.25 p.m.
devoted to its service, while in the lives of us we couldn't tell exactly what. It revolution. The best authors are more gen- Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15 p.m.
other Liberal discounts to Teachers and
of
Pennsylvania capitals, Ohio such and States Massachusetts as New Jersey, the, may have been her wood-shed: or it may erally read: today than atany previous date. Trade.jZS3" Special prices and Catalogue free on Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m.
have been her cow-house it have The sickly l sentimental story and the
served occasional or may paper Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR .
papers are by correspondents application.
wild and pirate story books. are
been worse-how ringer
something were we to
since the news of these more distant 59 W. BAY STREET,
know? And it was all on account of those slowly but surely yielding the field to wor- DIVISION.
is for the JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
places most part, not important
great moss-clad live oaks, which her sense thier claimants. To the praise of the decent -
enough in New York to be constantly reported -
leading of justice to the public has never inducedher newspaper it may be said that where it GOING SOUTH.
there. In also -
has its regular Europe staff, of,correspondents every to have cut away. Mrs. Stowe lives at has a pface in the family and has been read RAILROADS Leave Waldo Junction................. 1.40 p.m.

paper in the chief cities. There must the village of Mandarin. It seemed to be for years by young as well as old, it has developed Leave Dixie................................. 2.02 p.nl.
be a correspondent in London especially and I quite a flourishing little place.An such healthy tone and such a discriminating FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Hawthorne ................. ...._ 2.20 p.m.

one in Paris, who report constantly either hour later and we were passing Mag- taste, that the life nature of the Leave Lochloosa......................... 2.38 p.m.
by post'or by cable nolia and Green Cove Springs two noted slums has no admirers. Fortunately, the FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R.R. Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m.
.. In the Sunday edition of most of the resorts on the right-hand shore of the river number of such families is increasing in the -- Leave Anthony Place] ................. 3.31 p.m.
prominent papers of New York city there is about a mile apart. Our boat stopped at the land, ami as they increase the journal that JACKSONVILLE May 13th, 1883. Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00p.m.

always a cable dispatch summing up the piers, but we didn't get off. The hotels, devotesntself: to sickening revelations of immorality /COMMENCING this date, Trains on this Leave Ocala................................. 4.30 p.m.
news of the week and reporting interesting seen from our steamer half a mile away will be compelled to find its sup- \_/ road and its connection will run as follows Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m.

I political, social, artistic, or literary events, presented the appearance of being on a very porters solely among those classes who practice : Arrive Wildwood....................... 5.45 p.m.
scale. vice and crime,or are ambitious to learn
on which the reporters of the Associated grand GOING NORTH.

Press, whose telegrams are forwarded everyday Early dusk found us disembarking atToco to follofr 1 such wars.-Printer's Circular.ATTACKED WESTWARD.No.. No. 1. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00 a.m.
Accom. Mail.
do not dwell. Thus the !, where we took the railroad for St.
ordinarily expenses -
Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35
Leave Jacksonville....... 6.00 9.30 a.m.
The natives leave the m a m
of Saint"off
the of considering Augustine.
sort papers we are BY AN ALLIGATOR.Two p Leave Ocala................................. 9.00 a.m.
Arrive Baldwin ............ 7.15 10.13
vary for the most part, mainly according and speak of the place only as Augus- p m a m
?ymmg girls of Calhoun county, Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18a.m.
Lake
small editions the tine. The railroad is fourteen miles City..UA5 1.00pm
as they print large or long- pm
difference being in their consumption, of fare $1. The Augustine end of the road is Misses grange, and nieces of Mr. James Live Oak............ 1.25am 2.18pm Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.46a.m.
Lewis" f Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13
this
white Of this the Herald two or three hundred from the ) city, had an adventure the Madison ............ 3.35am 4.03pm a.m.
yards
uses more prin-
paper. Leave Lochloosa................... .....
other with 10.39a.m.
day an alligator which came nigh "
than any other journal. On Sunday especially cipal hotels of the city-bus fare 50 cents, if Drifton............... 5. am 5.30pm
Leave Hawthorne........... .
terminating fatally. The two young chil- .. ... ........10.57 a.m.
its sheets and enough to it. Monticello ....... 5.55am 5.50pm
are
advertising are many, you green pay Being dren were playing together on the banks ofa ... ... Leave Dixie...............................11.15 a.m.
on that day it will sometimes print 130 columns strangers to the locality we were green Tallahassee. 7.00am 7.00pm
Arrive Waldo Junction...... ....
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when 11.35
creek an alligator crawled up the a.m.
of advertisements alone, so that the enough for anything, consequently we Leave Tallahassee......... 7.25pm
amount of white paper it uses is enormous. paid all demands. As a result an hour bank aid attacked them. The l leg of the Arrive Quincy .............. 8.40 pm Trains daily, except Sunday.
*' But apart from this item, the expensesof later found us sitting upon a little gallery youngest girl was caught in the powerful Chatta. River..... 9.40pm
one of these papers for the editorial de l almost at the very top of a very tall jaws of the monster, and if it had not been Leave River Junction... 9.40pm

partment, including writers reporters, and hotel peering out through darkest night in for thelheroic courage of her sister" his'gatorsh Arrive\Iarianna........... 11.23 pm FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

correspondents, will be from 4.000 to $5.()()(} the direction from whence came a con- p would have licked his chops with Pensacola........... 6.3. am GOING SOUTH.

per week, and its ordinary telegraph bills, tinuous tumult of half roaring, halfswashing satisfaction over a square meal of dainty ." Montgomery..... 8.50pm Leave Fernandina......11.35 a.m. 6.15 p.m.
sounds which girl. This brave sister did not faint, as some 'Mobile...............
including the cost of special cables from we knew, from instinct, 4.25pm Leave Hart's Road......12.05 p.m. 6.55 p.m.
Europe will average perhaps from $700 to to be produced by shore-broken waves of girls placed in a like position would have New Orleans...... 10.15pm Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00p.m. 8.00p.m. .
$1,000 a week ; its composition bills will the Atlantic Ocean. done, but, being made of sterner stuff she Houston........... 6.50am
caught a stick and belabored the 'gatorso GOING NORTH.
vary from $1,000 to $2,000 ; its publication up
department will cost from $1,000 to $2,000 ; ------ - -- sountjly with it that he was glad to forego EASTWARD.No.. No. 2. Leave Jacksonville.... 9.00a.m. 3.35p.m.

its stereotyping will be perhaps $500, and its THOSE WHO SHOULD NOT COME expectant pleasures and seek the water. The Accom. Mail. Leave Hart's Road..... 9.35 a.m. 4.01 p.m.
TO FLORIDA. girl cal;ht by the alligator was severely Arrive 1.'ernandina..10,40. 5.00p.m.
miscellaneous
from $1,000 to $2-
..
expenses Arrive Jacksonville ... 6.40am 4.30pm
000 making a total of from $9.000 to $12,000a Those who like a cold climate best will fatal.hurt, bait i the injuries are not necessarily Baldwin............ 5.15am 3.48pm Trains double daily except Sunday.

week. Of course these figures will be a little certainly not enjoy a climate where the average We have often heard Lake City........... 1.20am 12.47pm SUNDAY TRAINS. t
less in dull times when there is little telegraphing temperature of the year is sixtyseven.Those people say that an 11 Live Oak..11.40 pm 11.34am Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.45a.m.
alligator won't attack but have
and no occasion for special expenditures who expect to come here and find b able a person in we Madison ............ 9.30pm 10.08am Arrive Fernandina.....................11.10 a.m.
never en to believe such. In the
than when there is a great public work in manufactories, and make enough in of devil "Don't Drifton............... 7.20pm 8.23am Leave Fernandina.......................5.00 p.m.
language our let
excitement, such as a Presidential canvassor this way to buy themselves lands, will be wooden fool that, your Monticello ......... 7.45pm 8.50am Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25 p.m.
god
a great public catastrophe, when it is disappointed, for the reason that this is not a cola Tri&ine. you way.-Apalachi- Tallahassee......... 5.30pm 6.45am
necessary to send many men out and spenda man ufaetu rin State any more than Michiganwas Leave Tallahassee ........ 7.00 a m
great deal of money in obtaining news ; in 1835. The same applies to clerks and Arrive Quincy............. 5.30 a m CONNECTIONS.AT .
but the general average will be about whatI artisans generally. Certainly there is a limited BATIIJ The tonic effect of bathing is Leave Chatt'chee River 4.30am

have stated..'-C. A. Dana, in Daily States. number of these places in large towns, caused }ly the contraction of the surface Arrive River Junction.. 4.30 a m FERNANDINA, FLA., r

but there are plenty to fill them. No doubt blood-vessels which drives the blood backto Marianna......... 2.28 a m With New York and Fernandina Steam-

TRAVELING IN FLORIDA. most of you will find in these few places the larger blood-vessels and the heart. Leave Pensacola........... 7.30pm ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8
springing up some work at your trades, hut These rdhct and send the blood rushing backto Leave Montgomery..... 8.30am a.ne.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New j
Professor Stelle, of the Mobile Register, if you come you. had better start with the the slain, causing the glow which follows Leave Mobile............... 2.00 pm York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m. ,
gives a somewhat amusing account of his intention to take the land and become pro- the batlij or ought to follow it, the free respiration Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m or 5.50 p.m.


travels in Florida, although, like many ducers. ; and the vigorous feeling of the Leave Houston........... 6.15pm With Sea Island Route from and to Savan-

other visitors, he seems to have been more Also, don't come here with the impressionthat muscular follo>- ved system.by friction The bath with should the hand alwaysbe : a Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .
we are short of official material, and
struck with the little of travel brush or. a towel. The frequency with whichit except Sunday. CALLAHAN.To .
annoyances that live
can by wits and politics.We .
you your SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola.
and from Savannah and
than the pleasanter have full stock may be taken depends entirely on circum Charleston at
topics of remark in the a on hand to manufac- SLEEPING CARS Tallahassee to Pensacola.
stances.\ It should be often enough to keep 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.
ture Governors Senators
unquestioned beauties of the river our etc., out of. CONNECTIONS.At .
scenery, the pores open and the skin clean, for the AT BALDWIN, FLA.
We want citizens, not politicians. ,
,, and the approach to the ancient skin dot Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by
city : one-third of the breathing and if
Lastly, don't come elated with glowing for To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 and
No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., a.m.
On the day in it is clewed the lungs must do the work
which it occurred to us that letters some correspondents have sent Northof all points North and East; with the Fernan- 2.43 p.m.
our work of""doing Jacksonville was fin this State, from which you would almost and the! will be overburdened. As a rule, dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE,
ished we, not far from the hour of 2 .the neon rapidly a bath is taken the better
could lie around under
in. the
trees
p. suppose you dina and with Steamers for all
points on
emerged from will be i iM effects.-New York Tribune. ; To and from Palatka at 10.37 a.m.and 2.20
the Everett satchel in hand, and have the oranges, pineapples, etc., drop s the St. Johns River.
and started for the steamboat landing just into your mouths. This is no such country.So At Baldwin, by No. 1 with Florida Tran- p.m. AT WILDWOOD.
across the street. Those satchels, what an don't come and be disappointed. The THE Kt EIGHT OF FOLLY.-To wait until you sit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville,
influence they wielded From the momentwe beautiful homes this State is dotted : With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand
with are in lied with diseases you may not get Ocala, Leesburg" Cedar Key, and all Gulf
appeared In public with them it was like "are the results of labor and constant care. over for nonths, is the height of folly, when Ports. Tampa daily except Sunday.
1
running an Indian gauntlet. Here they We can truly assure you nature does more you might be easily cured during the early At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
came from every quarter, thrusting under for a man here than in any other place on symptoms by Parker's Ginger Tonic. We & Western Railroad.At daily except Sunday.
our noses circulars which it would have this continent.If have kn wn sickly families made the healthiest Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,

taken us half an hour to read, pulling at you come here with strong arms and by ji timely use of this pure medicine. Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
our satchels, swearing that the oppositionoat cheerful hearts, willing to profit by the ex- -Observer.HIGHIJY, urdays.At for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp.
had been condemned by the Government perience of others and have got the pluck 4 Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and
and hence was sure to sink or blowup and ambition to surmount the obstacles that EsTEEMED.-The youthful color cola &; Atlantic Railroad Marianna.. Pen- Friday.

before she was beyond sight of the city, will arise in developing all new countries, and a rich lustre are restored to faded or sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
B1\1ng each other the lie, threatening to then come and you will soon have a reward gray haic:by the use Parker Hair Balsam, and all points in the West, Southwest, and West and Havana, every Saturday 4 p. m.;
and doing hosts of other things entirely for all the energy and well directed labor a harmless dressing highly esteemed for its Northwest-forming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.

.. too numerous to mention. We you have put forth upon your homes, and perfumeand; purity. QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates
wrestled with them" as long as time be- be assured in coming to Pensacola you will 1> points; and with the Central and People's etc., apply to
fore boat-starting would permit and then find social and obliging neighbors who Young, old and middle-aged men and Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A. MAcDONELL,
we went aboard the boat we had intended truly welcome all who are worthy of friend- women get health and strength by using Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor 'Ticket and Pass. Agent.D. .
to( go on from the start. From the upper ship and en couragem en .-Gulf Stream. Brown's,* Iron Bitters. Columbus and Eufaula. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21I

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1"f: l.; THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Vase-Ball. occasion. Editors present not members of reading. The rules being waived, was read List of Letters
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.$ t \tI'' .' A very spirited game of ball was played the Association were invited to participatein the second and third time and passed.A Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi

') t r on the base-ball grounds Monday afternoon, the proceedings.The committee of three was appointed by na, Nassau county, Florida
'j : \ ,$1.00 A YEAR; #7.00 FOR SIX MONTHS May 26, 1833
!, I'i '; I:I, between the "Railroad" nine and "Up Messrs. Gardner, of the Marianna President Suhrer, upon motion of Alderman Persons calling for these letters must
; ; t n,'->", J town nine. The following is the score?by Times, B. F. Allen, of the Madison New Era, King, to select quarantine inspectors. The advertised: say
; Reflections. '
J' : i innings: ; and Chas. H. Berg, of the Mirror, were addedto committee consists of Messrs. Hoyt, Kelly Brown, Mrs. Charles llE.dwell. Betsey

1 J ; f z; ''t Attention is called to the new advertisement Railroad..... 21221310 719 the roll of membership. and King. Crocker. Hans Super. Worren

!(;1 0', 1:1 u: : /:)' ,: \ -. of:Mrs. H. W. King. Up-town..... 12000005 614A Resolutions of thanks were voted to the An ordinance "To Amend An Ordinancein Edwards D. A. Scott. J. J.
Howard H. C.
/ 'J j : The British steamship Ardanrigh sailed meeting of all interested in this national managers of the Mallory Line for the hand- Relation to Cattle," passed its first read King, John Tillman.Sharpe, Joseph Winfield
will be held the office of R.
'. game at : some and genuine hospitality extended to ing. The rules waived read the John R
. : :I ; : ': for England early last!': Sunday morning. being was Livesay. Wade Minnie
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t .: -t;{ W. Southwick this evening, for the purpose the fraternity ; to F. B. Papy, Esq., for his second and third time and passed. Lukus, GeorgeVimams., Hagar
r'' ;:::1 f 'i The United States revenue cutter Mo of perfecting an organization. r Noris. Stt'phenVeidner.
,. attentions ; to John Hedges, Esq., for the The following resolution introduced by 0. A.
,t.:,:"' Culloch, Captain Mitchell commanding, is in Peterson, Wm. &. Waters, Frank J. 2
,Ji. ..' .f'l>': .. port. Railroad Lands. | tender of Lyceum Hall for the meeting of Alderman King was adopted : Prestley, Dr. James Wilkie, Alexander
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r ''a' We have received, too late for insertion, a the Association, and to Captain Clay, of the Be it resolved That all fines paid for impounding Paine Sanders, Yonge, Frank
f : ::: :i :::,\ J ,: Mrs. Wm. Lawtey and daughter were pas- of a letter from the Commissioned of Strathmore, for courtesies extended to the cows or cattle since the order of Rose, J. H.
copy
: the State Texas Thursday. Council the enforce the
,t-;;; r sengers by of press. requesting Mayor to HELD FOR POSTAGE:
1 I': I t the General Land Office to S. I. Wailes F. q., cattle ordinance, be refunded.
11 )14''I Joi!; ::L' : The schooner Anita Captain Small, arrived of Washington, D. C., saying that underlie The question of deciding upon a uniformrate Dora :Meyer, Charleston. S. C.

\ '. t.;;. (f' from New York on Wednesday with respective acts of Congress the public lands of charges to advertising agents was Church Notices. SAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M.

#ri t j : J i 500 tons of steel rails for the Florida Central along the line of the Peninsular Railroad brought up by Dr. Harris, president of the Services at the Methodist Church every For Rent.A .
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r : IiX & Western Railway. from Waldo to Wildwood, some seventy Association, and was discussed by Mr. Fin- Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. very desirable dwelling-house. Inquire

t .:, Jt.:;,' : The agent of the Fernandina & Jacksonville miles, had been transferred to that cclrn- ley, of the Lake City Reporter Don McLeod, Services will be held at St. Peter's Protestant of JOHN HEDGES,

t. Q h::1.; Railroad at Jacksonville has been instructed pany. We suppose it was desired to jnve of the Land of Flowers, and E. D. Beggs, of Episcopal Church, by the rector, at 11a. January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.

t! : :.';:14" t to issue no tickets for Fernandina publicity to this action of the Government, the Madison Recorder. The fact that the m. and 5 p. m., on Sunday. Select "Intermediate" School for

'," ,'t._ .;',,, '' t until further notice. so that.persons desirous of purchasing railroad pay offered by the agents was, in every case, Presbyterian Church ; Rev. H. S. Yerger, Boys and Girls,

.I.. : \: i ;,.: l; The bark Bjorn now loading for)[r. Wm.Lawtey lands would understand that they wholly insufficient was admitted by all the pastor. Services : Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson

; would obtain title. !- only difference of opinion being as to the p. m. ; prayer-meeting on Thursday eveningat application.
r for England the steamship wharf a good
F .' r : G. W. SCHUYLER.
; > ; f better to for the evil
provide a remedy
; i : was decked bunting Thursday in honor way 8 o'clock ; Sunday School at 4 p. m. Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental

lI .t.';., 'i '. of Queen Victoria's birthday.Mr. The Joint Picnic. .: complained of. Finally, Dr. Harris, of the Preaching at the Baptist Church every I: Music and French. 50

I .. ",', \ The merriest, happiest excursion party Sanford Journal, C. A. Finley and R. Don Thursday and Sunday nights, also every
; received fine lot ofI'
has
I ,1 :'V' C. A. Haley a that has left Fernandina for many a day, McLeod, were appointed a committee to report Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock and Sunday Nassau Fibre,
r i' I; buggies from the manufactory of N. H. For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior
was the Methodist and Presbyterian Sundaj7 a minimum rate of compensation to be morning at 11 o'clock.
to anything else in For sale
Newmarket N. II. Mr. Leavitt use. by
r. ..' ; Leavitt Schools and their friends, who left on a special adhered to by all members of the Associa- June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.
f.. .,: : I paid Florida a short visit some six weeks Married.
, 'i''., train about 10 o'clock a. m. for the new tion. It being suggested that, as a portionof

' .. ,.: ', I ''' since. picnic grounds, Buena Vista Park, located the newspapers of the State was not represented MARSHALL-HILL.-On Saturday, May 19, Post-Office Notice.
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; ;. .' : 't' ; k The vegetables shipped from this port on about seven miles from the city. The day in the Association, there might be 1883, at the parsonage, by Rev.U.S.Yerger, Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00: p. :M.

Thursday of last week on the Mallory steamship was exceptionally fine and the little ones; difficulty in securing the general adoptionof FRANK A. W. MARSHALL and Mrs. HENRI Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. )t.

t Jit. San Antonio arrived in New York on in the freedom of the leafy woods and conventional the rate established, Charley Finley, witha ETTA HILL, widow of the late Thomas Hill. Money Orders and Registered Letters from

i !' the following Monday afternoon in very finecondition. formalities, as well as the grown reckless liberality characteristic of himself, 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M.

'. r'J folks, made a day of it." A close canvassof agreed to personally solicit, and, so far as MARINE. to 4:00 P. M.ARRIVAL .

-'t'. u. : : The Tourist Hotel has been leased for theY the entire train load developed only tine possible, secure the signatures of all nonmembers Port of Fernandina. AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.

\ ;;. summer months by Mrs. H. N. Rawls, of little boy who did not admit that they had to the rate adopted by the Associ- HIGH WATER. Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday)
''' fellow ation. This Arrives................ 5:50 p. M. and 6:05; p. u.
"f'. : Jacksonville. Mrs. Rawls who is well a "splendid time and that little offer was received with
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, ; 7: "' applause Saturday, May 26..10:55 A.M. 11:19P.M.
Closes.................... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30.M.
r l : : '' known in this city, is a sister of Mr. A. O. had lost his silk handkerchief, which marred and a general wish that the genialson Sunday, 27..11:45: 0:00"
' 1 '. 'I :.1. 28..... 0:09 0:39 Transit & Peninsular RailrQwl-
Monday, ::
,"j'." "1 '" MacDonell. his pleasure. ; of Anak may meet with success in his Tuesday, 29...... 1:04" 1:38" Arrives...................................... 5:50 p. M.

r .:' :.. .: 1 f" i Mr. Wm. Lake, the Second street jeweler, A Model Shoe Store. ,'' self-imposed itineracy. Wednesday, 30...... 2:04" 2:40 Closes........................................ 7:30 A. M.

} :, left for Concord, N. II., by the State of Texas For week the establishment of After some informal talk upon matters Thursday, 31...... 3:06 3:42 tl Jacksonville South and West Flodda-
I Mr.J. .
.i il past h Arrives...................
,1 t concerning the interests! of the Association, Friday, June 1...... 4:11" 4:46 9:00: A. M. and 6:05 p. x
:. Thursday evening. Mr. Lake has been H. Prescott has been undergoing thorough Closes .................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:30 p. )l,
r t. called back to his native State to take charge repairs from floor to ceiling paint, varnish and of the next.'annual: meeting, which is to ENTERED. Arrives Sunday..... 10:25 A. v.

t);. of a large estate. and kalsomine being liberally used wiih be held at some'point in Orange county not May 19-Sch. Austin D. Knight, Perry,New Closes Sunday........ 4:00 p. ]f.

: i 1.l' The United States steamer Wistaria, employed good taste and striking results. This house yet decided upon, the meeting adjourned. York. St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mail-
19-Sch. A. L. Green, Elwell Phila- Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. )I.
: f by the Light-House Board as a buoy has enjoyed State-wide record for neatness, Council .
r Proceedings.A delphia ; planing mill, to J. C. Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 .\. )I.
., i tender, was in our harbor this week. On superior and stylish goods, promptness and regular meeting of the City Council was Read. St. Mary's and Dunge1less-

r ,,\ Thursday she was very elegantly decked square dealing. Mr. Prescott informs its held at the Council room Wednesday eve- 21-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- Arrives" Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. )[.
of all countries. that he attributes his in vannah ; with freight and pas- Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 P. v.
: ; with flags largely success establishing ning. Present: F. C.Snhrer, president, and "
f sengers to J. A. Mercier. Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. M.
o; J" ,' In the enforcement the cattle ordinance : this trade to the one-price-to-ll!} Aldermen Avery, Hoyt, Kelly King, Williams 21-Sch. B. C. Terry, Moore, Philadel- Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,

1, : .' the police authorities have evidently trodden and the strictly cash-over-the-counter-at- McDonald and Robinson. phia; brick, to C. H. Huot. Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M.
the-time-of-sale he adopted and l has 22-Sch. Parole (Br.),Smith, St.Marys, SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.AGENTS .
1' ... 'I on the corns of some member of the Council. system A petition of J. D. Lowe and others, ask- ballast to master.

t! At the last meeting of that body a resolution unswervingly adhered to from the start. ing Council to order the removal of a certainlot 23-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- WANTED IN EVERY TOWN

: ". was passed to refund all the fines that have This system, which in this business is entirely of old palmetto leaves, etc., now lying vannah, with freight and pas- "Nassau Fibre" and "Uphols

,;,t l been collected the past five or six weeks. practicable, is a decided advantage to heaped near the premises of Mr. Lowe, was sengers, to J. A. Mercier agent. tered Nassau Beds." Here is a good busi-
[ the purchaser. Our city should show her 23-S. S. State of Texas, Risk,. 1,542 ness for a live man. Exclusive territory.
read and referred to the Committee

on
:" The steamship State of Texas, which sailed tons New York ; freight and Liberal commission.

,. 4 :: Thursday evening for New York, had GO appreciation ofthis well-keptand admirably- Streets, with power to act. passengers, to R. W. Southwick, Address EDWIN S. LOOMIS,

and the managed house by encouragement of a substantial The following bills were ordered paid : agent. Fernandina, Fla.
"f. passengers following cargo : 3,160 "
nature. :: J. L. & Co. 630 vaccine 23-Sch. Anita. Small New York ; -
Horsey
} (t' vegetables 448 logs cedar 195 cases ,
'", packages points......................................... $50 25 merchandise and railroad iron, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
'.; 1 '" cedar, 142 barrels spirits, 198 barrels rosin, Quick Time. Dr. W. H. Pope, services rendered at to Florida Central & Western

; L : 27 barrels sugar, 21 bales cotton, 31 tubsbutter. "NEW YORK, May 19. vaccination depot......................... 111 00 Railroad.
25S. P. St. Nicholas Sa-
t Fitzgerald,
'i l' 120 sacks cedar sawdust, 139 empty To A. M. Ives, Agent : J. C. Read, keeping in repair plank vannah, with freight and -
passengers
i walk to Old Town for 3 months
j J; kegs, 18,710 pounds old junk, 60 packages morning Steamship with 7,000 Tallahasseearrived packages of at vegetables 2:45: this ending April 31..........................., 50 00 to J. A. Mercier.

t merchandise, 3 horses, 1 dog. via Florida Dispatch and Southern Express, Jas. McGiffin, table for Council room 18 25 CLEARED.

}F We are indebted to :Mr. W. B. Lipsey of in good condition. C. D. OWENS." : W. F. Wood. Jr.. services as city 19-S. S. Ardanrigh Ewer Queens-
4' 'I The above-mentioned vegetables left Jacksonville :- clerk for April............................. 41 66 town ; cotton seed,etc., by Wm.Lawtev. .
i i 1 1' Archer, for some very beautiful Peen-to and Callahan last Tuesday evening Robert Brown, lighting lamps for The Secretof

.J peaches from his fruit nursery. :Mr. Lipsey I via Waycross Short Line. Time to destination April...........;............................. 18 00 21-Sch. A. and E. Hooper, Thompson -

..: : informs us that although the Peen-to is not only 80 hours.- TimesUnion.The Thos. Latson, nursing and feeding Chester; lumber, by L. A.
t. t John Jackson three weeks........... 15 00 Davis.
' : i'/ ; a very liberal bearer it gives a fair crop above item will indicate the volume:
"/ 1: I. Edgar Mordecai, scavenger work for 22-Sch. James D. Dewell, Stanard, tIc: universal success ofBrown's
.' t- every year, and owing to its fine quality I.t' of the truck business now seeking market. April .......................................... 118 00 Philadelphia ; lumber by S. J.
. 3' ::: and early ripening is quite profitable to the I Seven thousand crates equals seventeen and Pay-roll of marshal and police for Temple. Iron Bitters is simply ; -

, "I f;. grower. Mr. Lipsey's nursery at Archer is a half car loads, which passed mainly over April........................................... 145 00 22-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- this: It is the best Iron

k-l..S: :: : : well worth a visit, and parties can rely the Transit road to Savannah via Callahan. The following bills were referred ; vannah ; with freight and pas- preparation ever made ; is

i : the and the quality of Seven thousand crates which would have Fred 11'. Hoyt & Co., merchandise sengers, by J. A. :Mercier.
representations thoroughly
., I i : upon furnished city.............................. $5 95' 24-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 compounded on
i, i, his nursery stock. gone to market by steamer from Fernait- J. A. Ellermann, Sheriff of Nassau tons, New York ; freight and scientific, chemical and

: There was a good deal of panic here on dina, a Florida port, if there had been a county, boarding prisoners............ 1 15 agent.passengers,by R.W. Southwick, medicinal principles, and

I :: ;i; Wednesday occasioned by the sensational Wednesday steamer. The Thursday evening A communication was received from Mr. 24-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah does just what is claimed for

:'.''I article of the Times-Union in reference to the steamer from Fernandina carried over 3,000< Geo. Henry relative to fine paid for allow- ; with freight and passengers it-no more and no 1 1e:s.

x' ',: :: small-pox. The board of health at once packages of vegetables. So that on Wednesday ;: ing a cow to run at large in the city limits.It by J. A. :Mercier.
1 ;. ; and Thursday crates of Florida read and received information.A 26-S. P. St. Nicholas. Fitzgerald, Savannah -
: ,,; I.t met and established full quarantine, having 10,000 ;' was as with freight and pas-

: r A previously only quarantined against excur- vegetables went forward. proposal was received from Colonel J. sengers, by J. A. Mercier.IN L'y thorough and rapid

:{14( sions. On Thursday the Fernandina & Two Fires in One Week. C. Read to keep in good repair the plank PORT. assimilation with the blood,

1 Jacksonville train at the railroad walk to Old Town, the causeway at Old .
was stopped Bark of the
il Bjorn, Bjornstadt.Brig it reaches part
: ,tf> On Saturday evening last, about 8 o'clock, every
shops and brought in by a special conductor Town across Clark's creek, and the road E. L. Hall, Duffy.
'< 1 fire broke out in outhouse the system healing purifyingand
a an near cot- E. Powell/1itchell. ,
Brig
-a and engineer. On Friday morning from the city to Old Town. Referred. Mary
: ;i tage occupied by Paul Francis, near the Sch. Tom Williams, Wheaton. strengthening. Commencing -
t. : ..; the train came in without a single pas- southeast corner of Beech and Fourthstreet.s. The following communication was received Sch. Austin D. Knight, Perry. at the foundation

: : 'r> senger. We fear that it will be discontinued from the Board of Health, and Sch. A. L. Green, Elwell.
The fire discovered before it
,. was lost
it builds and restores
while lasts. adopted : Sch. B. C. Terry, Moore. up
;. ; : 1 '>., altogether quarantine had made much headway, and by prompt FERXANDIXA 23 Sch. Parole Smith.
., ,'.' '"\ .'.''.1' May 1883. (Br.), health-in no other way can
'! i '..; assistance the cottage was saved from total To the Honorable and Sch. Anita, Small.
i i: ... ..,I; .,' The Cold Snap. Mayor Council of the lasting benefit !l e obtained.:
destruction. Some loss was sustained by Oily of Fernandina :
; r The temperature was very cool on Monday Lost.A .
Francis by breakage of furniture etc. The GENTLEMEN : In compliance with an orderof
1. a and Tuesday mornings-G2 on :Monday and child's gold breast-pin. A reward will
. the Board of Health, I herewith enclosea Th':arborn.lve.,Chicago, :Nov. 7.
I owned Mr. H. E. ff
Dotterer be
w cottage was by paid the finder. C. W. MAXWELL.
We learn telegraph
52 Tuesday morning. by
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: '., ,. on resolution adopted by the Board of Healthat 1 linve been a ;rr.it Jercr froma
, ; r j that snow-storms prevailed in the and was insured in the Phoenix Insurance a meeting held to-day. very weak! stori jv-h,ltcartburnand

I J : Northwest,and even in Ohio,and that severe Company of Hartford, (of which :Mr. C. V. Resolved That from and after this date Vaccination. dyspepsia in its worst f DR. JONES has pure and fresh vaccine eve.- ate gave mi digress,
:' f ; ; ;: frosts had injured fruits and vegetables. The I Hillyer is agent), for $300. Loss about $100. and quarantine baggage coming established to Fernandina against from persons the virus. Office on Fourth street, near Centre.2t and I could eat but liuI! have
tried mended,hays
thing recom
The of the fire is not known. every
?, truck-gardens of North Carolina and Virginia origin city of Jacksonville ; further, that any violation taken the pr<.;, ripiions of a dozen,
; :'i!<: have no doubt suffered great injury About one o'clock Wednesday fire broke I. of this regulation be punished by a Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.A physicians,but gut no relief until I
G took Brown' Iron Bitters. I fcl
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: \f ,' 'r and Northern markets will have to depend out in the two-story residence of :Mr. J. J. fine of not less than fifty dollars, and not meeting of the stockholders of the Fer- none of the old trouble, and r.rn anew
than hundred dollars
r :::1 for several months yet on the Gulf States for Acosta, on Escambia street, while the fam- onment more for one not than or impris- nandina Lyceum Association will be heldat man. I am getting much
more thirty days
or I
and feel first-rate. ama
their hall June stronger!
1883 at
: ':'j 1'., their vegetables. ily were at dinner. A strong west wind was both, in the discretion of the court. on Monday 25th railroad engineer and nor make
0 8 o'clock A attendance is
.. N Be it further resolved That the and p. m. punctual trips regularly. I can not say
t "...1" blowing at the time, and soon the flames Mayor requested. THOMAS KYDD too
; much in of wonderful -
' i, TIle Watlacks.t Council of the City of Fernandina be praise your
pro-
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a were beyond control, the building being Secretary. medicine. D. C. HACK.BROWN'S
vided with of this resolution and
a copy requested -
",' This old favorite company popped upon
of the furni-
entirely destroyed. Only part to enforce
? ; /: :: jis quite unexpectedly this week, and gave, it.THEO. For Sale.
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saved. The house insured
( ture was was for STARBUCK One billiard)) and two pool tables. Apply IRON BITTERS
: i : >''J ,' : last night, one of their pleasing entertainments $750 and the furniture for $250, in the Liv- Secretary Board of Health. to J. A. ELLER.AN.Fernandina. .
,> : -- at Lyceum Hall. The Wallacks, like An ordinance entitled "An Ordinance does not contain whiskeyor
k :t r 1 e : : <, erpool, London & Globe Company, repre- to May 4, 1883.
H' ..':: 1 ,, ', good wine, improve by age. Fannie looks sented in this city by Mr. Hillyer. The Carryon a More General System of Vacci- alcohol, and will not

,1 ;'//11; :;' younger, sings better, and is more fascinating accounts as to the origin of the fire differ- nation, within the Limits of the City of Fer- mammoth Ho for colored Savannah.The excursion. will blacken the teeth, or cause

P )' J i .. ":'. than in times of yore, while Watty is some saying it was caused by a spark from nandina," was introduced by Mr. G. F. only leave from here to Savannah the Jack- headache and constipation.It .

: f. not a day older in appearance than he was the chimney, while others assert that it Avery, passed its first reading, and the rules sonville excursionists having decided to go will cure dyspepsia, indigestion -

t ten years ago. Rider still remains the capiL' caught from a spark from the smokestackat being waived, was read the second time, put via the Savannah, Florida & Western Rail- heartburn sleeplessness -
of old and way. The steamer St. Nicholas will leave the ,
: + tal representative men hungry its final and adopted.On .
Huot's mill. The is total loss upon passage
building a wharf promptly at 9:00.a.. m for Savannah. dizziness nervous
r soldiers. The programme last night was and the loss on the furniture about $125. motion of Alderman Avery the Com- Fare for the round trip, $3.75. Buy your ,weakness, &c.

t "The Poor Seamstress," which was costumed mittee on Vaccination were authorized to tickets on the wharf, at the steamer, on the debility, ,

; in elegant style, and met with a fine Press Association.A make all necessary arrangements for carry- morning of the excursion. Remember the

reception. Fannie sang and danced inimitably called meeting of the Florida Press Association ing out the provisions of the above ordi- date Sunday morning, May 27th. Use only Brown's Iron Bitters made by
Special accommodation for white friends. Brown Chemical Co.,Baltimore. Crossed
and Watty and Rider were both amus assembled at the Strathmore Hotelon nance. [The ordinance in full will be foundin For further particulars, apply to red lines and tnZt:-mark oa wrapper.

ing and excruciatingly funny. Wednesday evening, Dr. Harris, of the another column-Ed. Mirror.] 26 2t p. M. MIDDLETON.

:::!.' '.' The troupe do not play to-night, but will Sanford Journal, in the chair. In the absence An ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to

\ .. ::. reappear Monday night. Tickets for reserved of the secretary, R. Don McLeod, of Prevent the Introduction of Small-pox into Strawberries and Vegetables.Fresh .
vegetables and strawberries received
C';'", i ';"'J,, .' seats are on sale at Horsey's now. the Land of Flowers, took the crayon for this the City of Fernandina," passed its first daily at MRS. FLETCHER'S. -
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