Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I VOL. v. FERNANDINA, BLA., SATUDAY, JUNE 9, 1883. NO. 29. "


STATE NEWS. Middle Florida. The colt arrived a few days Charlotte arbor, and has a depth of 18 feet NEWS NOTES.DOMESTIC. the nature of the liquid was a secret, and .. ....'....

since, consigned to Governor Bloxham. He of water ai low tide. North of the pass is the stuff was imported from France at a cost ; -

Crop reports from Madison county are is about one year old. and a splendid speci- .Gasparilla |island, not inhabited only in the of six dollars a bottle. Then a French

very favorable. 'nA men. If properly cared for until grown he fishing seaon.There Chicago is to have an elevated railroad. chemist, who gained the knowledge, came

lumber-yard and planing-mill will soon will probably make the finest horse that we is SL small pass at the north of the Work on the pedestal to Bartholdi'sstatue to this country, set up a shop, and reducedthe n

be put in operation at Madison by :Mr. J. have had in the county. This is a move in island, where small boats can enter, called of Liberty, on Bedloe's Island, is about to price to four dollars. Next an American

W. Williams.St. the right direction. The raising of horses, Little GasRarilla. The next pass is Kettle begin. made up his mind that the substance was

Mary's Episcopal Church, at Madison, cattle, sheep, etc., and large fields _of grain Harbor, ant there'are a few settlers livingon Eighteen men and boys deserted from the none other than that which had long been

was consecrated by Bishop Young on Sunday and early vegetables are destined to super- it. The! principal growth is buttonwood, training ship Portsmouth at Newport, R. I., employed by workers in hair goods bleach t

May 27th. sede cotton in this latitude-the sooner the mangrove. Hive oak,'cabbage and saw pal- last week. with, but which had been considered too

better. The colt, by the way, is of the metto. Fish, clams and game are plentiful. dangerous to apply to hair that was still
The new opera house, now being built at The United States antic has
famous Rysdick Hambletonian and Ethan : The outside beach is lined with shells of steamship growing on live heads. This was peroxide''
Orlando, Orange county, will be completedin been ordered to the
Allen stock, noted for their great speed as : many varieties. Kettle Harbor is at the accompany Greeley of hydrogen, and so a dangerous poison has
about two weeks.A relief .
trotters, Ethan Allen, in his day, standing! I head of Charlotte Harbor on the west, and expedition.A been recklessly employed by inexperiencedhands c

sash, door and blind factory has recently at the head of the trotting turf and withouta on the northeast empties Mikka river, concerted movement is on foot among at three dollars a bottle. The special

been established at Longwood, Or- rival.-Tallahassee Floridian. which is a:; wide, shallow stream, and but the produce dealers in :New York to force peril is not so much that the hair may be .

county by Messrs. P. A. Demens & Co. settled, the lands trade dollars out of circulation.The burned off r
ange Tallahassee is gradually emerging from sparsely as are mostly as that paralysis of the brain t

The pilots at May port report from Hi to the condition in which the late war left her, low and thi l. The next river is Longpea, iron mills in Pittsburgh, Chicago and may be induced. If like 'really cures like, #"

12i feet of water on the St. Johns bar Four and is slowly and steadily advancing in her improperly called Pease Creek, which emp- Cincinnati have resumed work, the manu- of course the contents of a dude's head are ,

vessels were piloted over during last week. onward march to prosperity. One after an- ties in on The north of Charlotte Har- facturers having signed the scale of wages. safe. i;

Water in Lake Jesup is getting very low. other element is developed, bringing moneyto bor. WheVe! Hickory Bluff is situated Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines, in a letter to the FOREIGN. .! 1

At the mouth of the canal there is only the projector and contributing to the there is one store, post-office, church and mayor of New Orleans, proposes to com- The French have bombarded two ports ,s

three feet of water now. Rain is greatly prosperity of the country. Particularly is twenty families, who are mostly engaged in promise her judgment against that city for on the north west coast of Madagascar, causing :, ,

needed. this illustrated in the success of Mr. H. G. stock raisi g. All tropical fruits do well $1,317,000.A great destruction of British and other

member of the firm of Wilts & except the :jorange. The place is healthy, merchandise.One ;
Wilts senior
of the United States Court p.
Locke tornado struck the of Greenville
Judge of town ,
: and there ijj? plenty game, fish, oysters hundred and forty-three German sol
for the Southern District of Florida, has Demitt, tobacco manufacturers. Mr. Wilts and clams. :Fifteen miles up Longpea riveris Texas, Sunday last. One hundred and fifty diers, stationed at Posen have been accidentally
had observed that the area of tobacco cul- Fort Ogdcn thriving village of 800 inhabitants ,
commenced a libel suit for $20,000 damages a houses were either blown down "or movedoff r
against the owners of the Key West Demo ture in Cuba was very limited, and becoming a good school, two churches- their foundation.A poisoned. The condition of the
Baptist lethodist-three stores, drink- men is dangerous.The .
less and less every year. Why, he reas- 1
crat. ing saloon, saw-mill and wheelwright and cyclone swept through Butler county, steamer Langshaw which left Montreal a

John Williams,alias John Deans, of Jefferson oned, could not equally as good tobacco be blacksmith.;; Here the orange trees thrive Ala., on Sundaydemolishing houses, plan on May 23 for London, is ashore at .'
raised in Florida? Heobservedthe methodof well, and thfre many fine groves. Lands are
county, was arrested at Jacksonville cultivation in Cuba, purchased some seed, high-pine mostly-and produce corn, cane, tations, etc. One negro was killed,and sev- Cape Pine, :N. F., and has become a total 4 ,

Saturday for the murder of his brother, six From this potatoes, rice, peas, vegetables and also all eral persons injured. loss. Her freight consisted chiefly of wheat. ff}
and in Gadsden
years ago. Williams after the murder escaped planted tropical fruits. There are many islands in The National Educational Assembly for Great anxiety is felt in political circles in
tobacco he made cigars equal to the the
very Charlotte Harbor, largest being Pine
to Texas, from whence he recently returned best Havanas. He obtained more seed, distributed Island ; on this island there are only two 1883 will meet at Ocean Grove, N. J., England on account of Queen Victoria's + ,., .. ,

; to this State. He was sent back to them offering to purchase all the settlements, |md the oldest orange grove ex- August 9, and continue its session duringthe health. Severe dropsical symptoms have 's

Jefferson county in charge of Sheriff John- cept one in this section' and the largest trees, three following days. set in, and the Queen's condition is considered -
tobacco raised, and giving the necessary directions ;
but they have mostly died and are not bear-
son. so serious that her doctors all ,
Aluchua. as to its culture. He located here ing much. t Sast of Pine Island is Mattcha The 34th annual meeting of the American protested v .M

about two years ago. At first his means pass, which Abounds with fine oysters. En- Medical Association met in Cleveland, Ohio, against her present journey to Scotland. 4
The Bee reporter met a vegetable growerof and Bokalia settled A :Madrid dated June 1st '
goppa, Monnjungs are dispatch, says
last. Over
were so limited that he could hire no hands, on Tuesday 1.000 distinguished r 's t
Alachua county, who said he had finished and they raise vegetables and engage in fishing that the Cuban budget, which was read in
but gradually his business increased, his and'hunting.{ Cararabe, or Garden Bay, physicians were present. j
shipping cucumbers, and is now; devoting the Chamber of
Deputies of
on Wednesday
brand became known, and now the firm ad- is where Captain Wm. E. Goselyn the great The Galveston City Council has set asidea
himself to his tomato crop of 130 acres. On vertise for one hundred thousand pounds of pirate, lives with his. cats and dogs, and he block of which is to last week, provides for the payment of the
quarter ground
Monday and Tuesday last he picked 913 has a fine banana grove. There are many upon remainder of the indemnity of $494,800, +
Florida tobacco, will soon have in their em- be erected school the of
more islands some high, but the insects are a $50,000 public gift
crates, the half of which he sold at 55 cents } awarded by the commission to Americanswho
ploy twenty hands, and contemplate put- bad during the summer. For hunting and George Hall, the banker.
per crate, delivered at the railroad depot suffered losses the Cuban .
during revolt.A ,
in Florida
ting up a warehouse in the fall. The great fishing no place can excel Char-
clear of all expense, except the cost of seed, difficulty with them is the supply. They lotte Harbor.'-St. Augustine Press. Ah Yang Ming, the Chinese consul, and Dublin dispatch says that Mr. Edward ,

planting and cultivating, which nets him that they purchase all the tobacco raisedin -+ his secretary have arrived in New York and Harrington, the editor of the Kerry Sentinel ,
about for the say 4'r. MARYS GA. taken charge of the consulate at Clinton
$10,000 season. Any personcan and the printers of that paper, have each
their immediate section or most of it.
have this verified by inquiring of the To the Editor *f the Mirror : Place, recently fitted up for them. been sentenced to imprisonment for six r ',-
But there is not enough raised for their de- .
agent at Arredondo depot.-Gainesville Bee. I am glad tb be able to announce that Mr. The earnings of the Vermont State prisonthe months, on account of the publication in t.
mand. Mr. Wilts, who is a close observer
Columbia. says that Florida is the only State where Robert Mare. :iso long and favorably known past year amounted to $16,845, or $3,522 the office of the Sentinel of a placard inviting .

Peen-to Goodbread peaches are selling Cuba tobacco can be raised successfully. Pe- as foreman, mechanic! and machinist in our less than the expense. The State receives' persons who wished to join the Invinci-

upon our streets. Both varieties have an culiar grades require peculiar soils, except a community< Has! .succee' ed:in obtaining! _an 50 cents a day. for the labor of each convict., bles to attend meeting.- ;.;.,'. '

exquisite flavor. Shipments of the two limited area in Cuba, adapted to this partic- admirable site for his shfp-buiiding yard a t John Paterson, one of the most noted England with twenty-seven millions of 't. ,"

this point. Ieantime, and pending the mathematicians in the died last inhabitants, has only one hundred and forty
varieties mentioned to the Northern, market ular grade.-Tallahassee Correspondence Savannah country,

will soon begin.. One shipper of the Good- News. work necessary for larger operations, Mr. Saturday at Albany, N. Y., aged 82 years. thousand residents of foreign birth; Germany -

; bread netted two seasons ago $54 on eighteen' Manatee. Mare has" overhauled" and improved the He was state superintendent of weights and with forty-five millions, only two hun-
former ways, and is now ready to accommodate -
I and a half crates. This is a good net profit, DESCRIPTION OF CHAKOLTTE HARBOR THE measures at the time of his death. dred and seventy thousand, while France,
aj!>y of our local craft or river
million four
with thirty-seven hundred
: and should induce our farmers generally to ISLANDS AND RIVERS EMPTYING THEREIN.- Timber sold for a higher price at Darien, .
steamers requiring repairs, and has already '
orchards of the kinds.- Charlotte Harbor is.40 miles and thousand, has more than a million. In y r
have large early long, on topiear Ga., last week than it has brought in fifteen
I am glad ; had applications from
France there has been an increase of two .
has the business of Lake ad- of 15 miles wide. At the
Steadily City an average ex- and prices are expected to continue
steamboat owners on the St. Johns. hundred thousand in the last five years.
vanced until now no town in the State of treme southern Sinnabal Pass there is a high. Over 5,500,000 feet of lumber and ,
Our truck farmers, despite the late spring Lord Roseberry has resigned the office of t"
double its population can boast of an equal depth of 12 feet of water, and four miles and too frequeht visits from Jupiter Pluvius timber were shipped from that port last Under Secretary for the Home Department.John i

amount. Her merchants are active, and north is Punta Rassa, where the telegraphwire week.A Tomlinson Hibbert, member of Par- ,

draw trade from a large territory. The exports and cable meet, and the great cattle are shipping same splendid specimens of the liament for Oldham, and Parliamentary Sec- .
Early Rose potato, and I hope will receive reduction of $1 per car has been madeon retary to the Local Government Board, has : a
of agricultural products, vegetablesand shipping point of Florida, shipping as manyas
California been Lord Roseberry's
encouraging "ireturns. freight charges on orangesover appointed successor.
fruits alone amount to over $600,000. 15,000 head yearly, at an average price of At PointSt. )eter)Iessrs.Talmadge&Sons the Pacific roads. The reduction has The resignation of Lord Roseberry is due to ;i
Lake City has thirty-six houses of general $15 per head. Punta Rassa is situated on recent expressions of feeling in the House of
formerly of Mijuni Valley, Ohio, have raised largely stimulated the exportation of fruits.
Commons that the Under Secretary for the ,
merchandise (all doing a fine business and an island surrounded by a mangrove swamp,
some of the finest kinds of crops, such as Oranges are going forward by the train-load Home Department should be a member of b
most of them carrying heavy stocks), two has only two buildings, one occupied by the
time. the House of Commons.LOCO'S l
lemons Irish ijnd sweet tomatoes a
livery stables, a number of excellent board- telegraph operators and the other by the potatoes, ,
etc., while some; of the finer brands of tobacco The steamer Belgravia which left Queens-
ing-houses, one large saw-mill and three owner of the wharf; perfectly healthy, and BAND DEMORALIZED.THE .

ginning establishments. Here the J. & P. plenty of game, fish, oysters and clams the have alsi responded to their skill, and town Thursday of last week for New York, I 1, .

Coats' Thread Company have a branch year round. Four miles north on the east has afforded gratifying evidence of the suit- took 700 State-aided emigrants, and the INDIANS WHO SURRENDERED KNOW NOTHING F rl .

ability of our Section for truck farming in Allan line steamer Phoenician, which sailed OF GENERAL CROOK. !
cotton establishment. The business steadily side of Charlotte Harbor empties the Caloo-
all its branches from Glasgow May 30 for Boston took 200 WASHINGTON, June 7.AdjutantGeneralDrum
increases each the and sahatchie which rises in Lake ,
season over past, a river Okee- this morning received the following t 4
bright business future is in store for Lake chobee, and is 75 miles long. Twelve miles Next year irj addition to these promising of the same class of passengers. telegram : }

City.--Lake City has shipped up to date from the mouth on the south side is Fort experiments, Messrs. Talmage hope to test North Adams, Mass., is excited over the WHIPPLE BARRACKS, A. T., June 6. ; "

3,500 crates of vegetables, aggregating 175,000 Myers, a prosperous town, contains 300 inhabitants the merits of; both cassava and jute, to discovery that a family of 15 Irish immi- R. C. Drum Adjutant-General: ,
Lieutenant Davis of the Third { .
which latter i the Government is Cavalry,
pounds. We can safely estimate these at $2 has 4 stores, a Methodist Church, ihdustry) grants, recently arrived at the town, have after an examination of the Indians recently t

per crate net, which gives us an income and a good school of 40 scholars 10 months anxious to calljthe attention of all Southern been slowly starving because of their inabil- surrendered at Don Carlos, reports that the

from the shipments of peas and beans this in the year. The inhabitants intelligent farmers, and concerning which I hope to ity to speak English and make known their Chiricahuas surrendered belong to Loco's x
furnish family and number two boys and eighteen ; .
of net to date. This includes and On some interesting data in my next ,
season $7,500 up hospitable people. north side wants. The case has been attended to by women and children. Sixty-six days ago i

the light vegetables, peas and beans. opposite Fort Myers is a settlement of 20 communication. ALEX. CURTIS. the authorities. the Mexican troops surprised the hostiles in dj'

We reserve the statement of cabbage, pota- families, all engaged in stock raising, orange St. Marys, Ga.. June, 188S.AXALYS1 Discouraging reports of the condition of the southern Sierra Madres. A small partyof .:.A. ,
and melons until their I Indians were cut off from the main body, <
toes is
shipment groves, sugar-cane and vegetables. Twelve
$ OF TIlE ORANGE.The the crops in Southern Virginia have been and three days after the fight started for the "'. f .
through.-The Upper Suwanee Springs, miles up the river empties TwelveMilecreek Boston Journal of Commerce publishesthe received at Petersburg. Cotton is said to be reservation. One of the party went back to, ; .r+,

twelve miles from Lake City, is the finest which is thickly settled, and all have following result of the analysis of a me coming up badly. The tobacco plants are bring in Loco, but Loco was too old to

sulphur spring in the South, and is owned cane farms, and the syrup that is manufac- dium-sized orange; purchased in .Faneuil small, and the crop will be late. In the pea- travel, and told them to come without 4'
has and
him. Loco one boy a with
by Messrs. Wight & Powell, of Georgia. tured there is superior to any manufacturedin Hall market: nut section farmers have been squaw t r
The skin 67.5 which is many com- him. All the Indians were together when
These gentlemen are building a new hotel the United States, and is sold in New Or- 23.33 per cent.weighed] grams, pelled to replant. surprised by the troops. Charley McCo-

and will have it in operation atm early leans for more than the syrup made in Lou- The seeds weighed 7 grams, which is 2.84 mas was with them and was well treated. ;4.,
The American ship Northampton, Captain He was kept to aid them in case of sur- ,
date. These gentlemen should seek to con- isiana. The orange trees in the hammocks per cent. I
Graham, from New Orleans to Liverpool, render. The Indians knew nothing of at
uectjthe! spring with Lake City by rail, and cannot be excelled in the State, and vegeta- The pulp weighed: 182 grams, which is General Crook when they left, but now the c
83.83 cent. ran ashore on Molasses Reef at 8:20 p. m.
thus insure the success of their fine summer bles. The Caloosahatchie is:: settled on both The skin continued in 100 country was full of troops, and if attacked : .
: parts : Thursday, May 24th, and in a few hours she .t
resort. By doing this they can also make it sides up to FortThompson, wherethe marsh Water and volatile oil.......................78.00 bilged. The wreckers have been saving the they will fight the until Sierra whipped Madres.and then Most scatter of

a desirable winter resort for Northern and prairie commences, which is rich land, Organic matter..................................21.30 throughout '.
visitors. The Florida Southern will be and where the dredge is now at work cut- Ash ................4.................................. 64 cargo of cotton and staves, some of the cotton servation.them will attempt Some expect to work no mercy back to, and the will re-
The seed contained in 100 being in a damaged condition. The cargo
to Lake the middle of canal into Lake Okeechobee parts : the and remain in the mountains
completed City by ting a through Water.............;................... ..............90.90 consists of 1,580 bales of cotton, and the keep up fight have -
( autumn, and it would be well for the active Lake Flirt and Lake Hickpochee. The Organic matter..*...............,.................48.64Ash as long as possible, as they no
balance staves to Wm. Curry.- other to The mountains in
j proprietors to confer with the authorities of dredge is now working finely, but the canalis ......... ........ ................................. 1.36 consigned places place are inaccessible.go. General Crook::! many will ),
Key of the Gulf. pi
the road with a view to its extension. We not likely to be cut through as easily as The pulp contained in 100 parts : probably not meet of them before reaching ,
Water...............:................................90.90 We have disgraceful developments from any
of the Sierra
feel assured that the Florida Southern will was at first anticipated, and the dry season Organic matter!................................. 8.68 the extreme southern number part t

assist them if they make them anythinglike has somewhat retarded the work. As to Ash .................L................................. .33 Austin, the capital of Texas. Forty or fifty Madres.known The exact but there between of fighting 100 men and : a
is not are
It will do there land the Distton The pulp contained in 100 parts : members of the Legislature were indictedfor
a reasonable proposition. no being no on purchasethat 150 and more than 306 women and chil
Grape sugar.......>.................................. 4.3 gambling; and this shows how great The number of includes
harm the effort at rate Lake is suitable to settle is mistake. dren. men boys
make a
to any upon Cane sugar....... ;.................................. 4.2 must be the demoralization of the Texas to bear The Indians
large enough arms. t
City Reporter. The lands through this section are equal to In free acid.......;.... ............................. 1.0 think that General Crook will have trouble a, ,
All the indictments
Leon. the lands now occupied by settlers. The The free acid: consisted of about equal Legislature. to find the hostiles. The latter will run if t ,

Colonel Henning, the president of the southern island (Sinnabal) on Charlotte Har- parts of malic and citric acid. from the county clerk's office; and this they can. The Chiricahuas and Warm

Florida Central & Western Railroad, was bor is 25 miles long, and no persons livingon The ash constituents of the orange were as shows how loosely the business of adminis- Spring, with a few renegade Indians, are the'" "
follows : tering the laws is carried on. The honest only Indians on the war-path in Mexico.
impressed with the of this it the lands are too and the F
capacity portionof ; porous Potash..................................:............. 38.0 people of Texas must make haste to look Dutchy Chiricahua, who surrendered at i ,
the State for stock-raising during his visit drouth causes all productions to die. At Soda.................................................. 7.6 Fhomas, states the number of fighting men, -
here. In order to encourage the rearing of the head of Sinnabal is Capteria Pass, Lime................................................_ 23.0 after their law-makers and law operators.In including boys able to bear arms, at 107, including -

fine horses he proposed to send a fine where one of the fisheries is situated. The Magnesia............................................ 6.5 bleaching the hair the chemical used is those just surrendered. The Indians -
Ferric phosphate.................. ...........- 1.7 said be of So muchof are commanded by Geronimo, and
thoroughbred colt from his stock farm inSew next island is Riocosta, some good land anda Sulphur............................................ 2.9 to peroxide hydrogen. will not fight if they can help it.

York to several of our planters if they large cocoanut grove. This island reaches Silica.................;................................ 6.2 it is used that a factory in :New York is (Signed) J. MARTIN, r

would agree to rear the colt and keep in I north to Boga Grande, the main entrance to Phosphoric acid.>.................... ........... 14.1 devoted entirely to making it. Formerly "Asst. Adj't. General." i



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r. :, r.f+ II":'-r; : DECORATION DA Yi the country." there were many struggles for supremacy, she gave way at last, on condition that I I tried to read in my garret under the
[I / .. With a little laugh she answered still toying from which my husband always retired sanctioned her writing to my husband, stat- Then, hearing my husband retire to roof.his
(. with the annoying glasses, To quoteH. sternly victorious. ing that absence should be holiday
d, 'r my only a chamber, I put out my candle and went to
i .-"J; ,(z;: ; From the silence of sorrowing hours J, Byron, I like this girl.she i is" so jolly Had I but known what pain such success ''I spent with her among the Highlands to bed, where I fell quickly asleep, worn out
it# ; ', ',f l' The desolate mourners rude."' caused him, loving him as truly as I did, I recover health. The next morning, in an- with thinking and sorrow. I don't know
f ,11::4 n; ; Lovingly laden with flowers go I could hardly help smiling at her cool- might have desisted ; but, ab me I did not swer to Lady Janet's letter, came a com- how long I slept but I was awakened by
.r .: t Alike'for the friend and the, foe : I Ic ness; so I threw off my hat, and, taking a know ; I only thought him hard and cold, mand, sternly worded, from my husband, to stifling sensation of heat, and heard fearful a
;' Under the sod and the dew, book, sat down on the sofa to read. I l startedup : when truly he was neither. return home at once. cries of Fire !1' and I, away from everyone
' ;-" 'i I. Waiting the judgment day again with a little scream, for a shrill One of our subjects of dispute was ray Had the summons been more gently givenI else, was up in a small room, close under
i ::; 1; Under the roses the Blue, ; voice close to my ears said, Curse your impudence frequent visits to Lady Janet, who, it must might have pocketed my pride and gone, the roof.I .
:l';1' 1.t; : 1 Under the lilies the Gray. : dare to speak again!" I be confessed, led ine into much unwholesome for I was very wretched, and longed to be dashed open the window, but there was
$ : j' Turning round sharply, I beheld on the gayety. First, he did not like Lady forgiven ; but the cold, hard tone repelledme no way of escape from there. I flew to the
::1'al'. to\to't: : So with an equal splendor little table at my elbow, sheltered by the Janet ; secondly, he thought the state of my and I felt I would rather die than yield. door, but only to behold there a sea of fire,
: .t The morning sun rays fall, I thick lace curtains, gilded cage, and withinit health demanded more care than I chose to So I started that day with Lady Janet for with flames leaping forward, as it seemed
i ,;,1' f,' With a touch impartially tender, a rakish-looking parrot, who is regarding give it. Unfortunately he was at that time Scotland, feeling very much like child who to caress me. I shouted madly for help, but
i'r' ,': ..r,:' On the blossoms blooming for all : me attentively with one round, bright unavoidably much from home, which I con- expected and deserved a whipping. heard no reply, save the hoarse shouts of
;; : t Under the sod and the dew, eye."Don't sidered a grievance. Then the house was'dull When I reached Scotland I received an- the mob and the thump-thump of the eng -
l '> ,t hi l' ,u'; I i Waiting the judgment day; be startled," said Lady Janet, and I dearly loved gayety, and foundit. other stern, commanding letter from Malcolm :nes. Then, remembering a ladder that led
f" of,,' :{. .:;,. Broidered with gold the Blue, "it's only poor Poll, from whom I am never too, though it was against my husband's after which I returned all letters com- out on to the roof, I crept toward it, and
t ti : .," t.::' Mellowed with gold the Gray. parted. She is a most amusing bird, her counsel. He insisted I took too little rest, ing in his handwriting unopened. had only gained. the summit when the door
fl .r.\ only failing being that at times her language and worked my brain too hard by writing.I Freed from the pressure of my miserable, fell in with a fearful crash.
If't 1: : '. I is too for You will would not listen the rift that
t pronounced polite ears. so arose dull aching jealousy, I soon recovered Springing to the parapet, I waved franti-
, : :'"' t f:". Sadly, but not with upbraiding, soon get used to" her, and not notice her was one day to widen into a great breach, health and bloom, and really almost enjoyed cally the blanket I had wrapped around me,
1 The deed was done naughty tongue. and part us. my visit, which was prolonged into and screamed loudly for help. A shout from
;t '; generous ; That afternoon the rector's wife called to At last splendid health failed thoughI months.
: my below told
In the storm of the that are fadingNo me my signal was seen ; then
I' r braver battle years invoke our aid to assist at a fancy fair, and would not own it, and with my health my Lady Janet kindly invited Frank to spend upon the staring crowd there fell a fearful
g,: ..a;:)'- :- Under the sod was and won the:dew, upon the good lady saying she had twisted spirits drooped. During the months that the summer vacation with us, and in row- hush, for at each moment the house was expected -
f; Waiting the judgment day her ankle over a stone, Polly shrieked out, followed Malcolm showed great love and ing, fishing and riding with the dear boy I to fall, and it seemed madness to at-
" 'h"V t ; *' Served thick head!" After that for Had he lost it he would
: you right, care me. ever rapidly regained my youth. tempt rescue. I realized this I
1 ; ; Under the blossoms the Blue, my as saw a
t:, '.. !...-.! Under the garlands the Gray. Polly was banished to her mistress' bed- have won my heart afresh by his infinite Seeing that Frank wanted what he tersely fireman, who had gallantly offered to be the
i.!. .t j...... x + room. i gentleness.At termed a new rig-out, I undertook to pro- forlorn hope, fall back from the fire-escape -
"', :,' ( .i;',; No more shall the war-cry sever, After the rector's wife had departed Mrs. Christmas my babe was born, but-oh ceed to London with him and procure one, fainting from the heat.
; ;', iU' Or the winding rivers be red ; Maria begged hard that I would give up all God! the misery and disappointmentborndead. so that he might return to school happy.On Then from the seething mass of human
. : 1: ::: They banish our anger forever, all idea of attending at the. fancy fair. She I knew my husband felt the disappointment the morning of departure there camea beings there sprang a man who fought his
r' : t a ',., :,f. When they laurel the graves of our dead: was so urgent in her entreaties that her keenly:though he hid it through letter to Lady Janet, which she pressed way from the hands who held him back, and
+:I ; t."' Under the sod and the dew, sister asked the reason, and was informed love of me : but in my selfish sorrow I into my hand, bidding me read it in the amid a universal shout of admiration, swift-
,6 ,, 'r: ', : ""aitingthejudgmentday ; that at a former fair, held in hot July, I had only felt my own pain.I train. ly mounted thejladder; but not more swiftly
. ': t",r''f.,. : ; Love and tears for the Blue, made an exhibition of myself by keeping a knew also that in his heart he blamedme I did so. It was from my husband's brother than the flames that leaped about him,
;' .: f Tears and love for the Gray." penny-ice stall, with Bob, the errand boy, and that made me the more bitter, for I Richard Ponsonby, who informed Lady scorching his very eyes.
I : t 1 \ and Frank dressed up as waiters. heard him say to dear old dad, who had Janet that my husband had been broughtto Nearer and nearer he came, and I couldsee
(I :.1 j Mt"t' t y She was honest enough: to confess that 1 come up to see me : Phyllis has broughtthis death's door by fever, and had decided, his prayerful though blackened face. 0
.":, f PHYL. did the best in the whole fair. But," she disappointment upon entirely by her now that he was recovered, to give up his God! it was my husband. Another mo-
4 '!i. t t added with and hands turned "to disregard to wishes and instructions.She in London and after
, h'f, j eyes up. my splendid practice a ment and he stood by me, shouting wildly.
; .. '1 lS: CHAPTER I. see the crowds of young men, boys and fast would not be persuaded to take proper voyage with his brother, intended to settlein This way, if you value life! Quickly!"
1':. .: F i Phyllis' ," said my stepmother, Mrs. young girls that crowded round, gorgingwas care. She is so headstrong." New York, where he hoped, when away I followed him, climbing like a cat to the
\ Maria, looking up from the letter she was shameful. And the memory of it, "Ay, ay," answered dad mildly, we all from all that reminded him of her, to forget extreme end of the parapet. Then I saw
: t I' reading with a tinge of excitement on her haunted her with shudders. have our faults ; and Phyl, though she is a the wife who had cruelly deserted him. why he had hurried me from the spot wherehe
';:.l f drab face, my sister, Lady Janet Ponson- The tale tickled Aunt Janet's fancy, and, true good girl, is no more free than the rest Richard spoke bitterly of me, saying he had mounted,for burning walls were fall
: 1' by. writes to say I may expect to see her any laughing a little, she said to me admiringly, of us." should have visited his aunt, but he could ing in, bearing the escape with them.A .
4 f '.f; : day this week ; and I do hope, for all our "You droll creature, how dared you do it?'' A few days later my husband told me he not sit at the same table where I was a wel- groan of horror like a dirge burst from
'f j sakes, you will tone down your appearance !. Lady Janet stayed with us four weeks, had invited Rose to come and stay with us come guest. He wound up with a request' the multitude below. But all was not lost
!* 1 .1, into something approaching decency." then surprised her sister greatly by askingmy for a few months. I was very angry that that, if his aunt knew of a respectable woman -i yet, for about his waist and arm was coileda
E' [ You will never alter Phyl, Maria," said father to allow her to carry me back he had not consulted me, and I told him so who would undertake the duties of rope, which after covering me with the
,f.. my father, polishing his bald head impatiently with her to the great city. in very ill-judged words ; and he left me, for stewardess, she would recommend her to blanket, he tied securely beneath my arms.
i 'f.J i 1 "so why can't you leave the girl in Mrs. Maria looked much annoyed, as she the first time since our marriage, without a him, as the woman who had held that situ- Then I lost all presence of mind, and im-
' : f fr .' peace? Her appearance is a very pleasant had coveted this distinction for her favorite, kiss of peace. I cried out in my heart that ation in his ship had resigned through ill- plored ; Not yet 0 Malcolm my love,
r '1,. one to her old father, isn't it, puss? And Rosie. My father left it for me to decide ; he did not love me, and a thousand other health. They sailed, he stated, on the 20th.It my husband, save yourself!
,'t; ):', the dear old man pinched my cheek affec- and I, fearing to be parted from my beloved foolish things.I was then the 12th. At the sound of my voice he reeled, and
a ; 1\ tionately. scribbling, said curtly, "Take Rosie ; she :was quite upset at the idea of Rose's Then there was a postscript telling of his but for me would have fallen. Then with-
: "Fanc} ," he continued, "Janet coming will do you greater credit, aunt. Though I visit'in my then state of wretchedness and own engagement to Rose, whom extolled out word, for I had turned faint, I felt my-
4'a,\. to see us after all these years! Dear me am grateful to you, I do not care to go." ill-health. I felt that her ceaseless babble as the dearest little girl in the world. This self swinging in mid-air, steadily guided bya
n i what a wonderfully pretty woman she used It is because you do not care to go thatI and ever-present smile would fairly maddenme. letter almost broke my heart. Yearning for firm, strong hand. In a few seconds I laya
a I to be, with the neatest foot and ankle I ever intend to take you," said Aunt Janet ; "I I desired only to be left alone to come sympathy, I gave it to Frank, crying : helpless heap among the shouting crowd.
;' ?:; I saw. How time flies; why, she must be will put up with no denial.) back to my own gay self. "What shall I do?" And slowly down from that fearful height
I : f: }" sixty. That reminds us, Maria, that we are And so, after a while, the old lady carried But even while I dreaded she came, sleek After reading it, he electrified me by say- there slid a swaying form, which, when it
, :, C t. getting old. her point, and I went up to my shabby little and.fair as ever, full of pretty, babbling talk ing : i was caught, bruised and bleeding, by friendly
1 '; "Speak for yourself," I remark laughingly bedroom to pack together my many inky and silvery laughter-a striking. contrast to i Rig yourself out as an old party and go outstretched hands, was welcomed with sucha
: ,' t'T 1 ; Mrs. Maria cannot bear to be told manuscripts,fornovel-writing was my hobby my sombre self. as stewardess yourself. Lady Janet will shout as rent the thick air, and which
I of the fact that she is getting old and fat." and my one ambition. Already a few of The first night she was with us my hus- give you a character." even now often finds an echo in my dreams.
t .'I"'t' My stepmother remarks, looking out into my stories had appeared in a periodical,andI band remarked it, saying: Oh, how I hugged that boy How eagerly Then, like the castles built only to see them
+ .q, the old-fashioned garden, where my was very vain of my little successes. Since "I would give something, pet. to see you I caught at the idea! It was so romantic, fall, down came the burning house, a ruin.
: ill J sister, in a bright morning dress, is busily Lady Janet's arrival I had not written looking bright and happy, like Rose." and altogetherin accordance with my wishes. A few days later I sat by my darling's bed
I t'- Y tending her roses No need to beg Rosie to"t' much ; I was too occupied in reading the I turned my face to the wall and cried ; Assisted by Frank's ready wit, I rapidly arranged side, praying that his dear eyes might open
, "! do us justice ; she never fails us. I wish you many novels the old lady lent me. She wasa for my husband's approval was still dear to the details. with the light of reason. On the white cov-
i I r were more like her, for your own sake as great reader herself, and horrified Mrs. me, though I was too stupidly proud to seekit. Arrived in London, I wrote at once to erlet lay his splintered arm ; the side of his
"' \ well as ours." :Maria by reading novels on a Sunday, when So we let the golden chain of life slip Lady Janet, giving her a full description of face which lay toward me was branded by
! : : t; f, I answer hotly that I would not be like all the respectable world was at church. link by link between ourfingers, never miss- my plan, begging her aid and binding her to the flames. But to my anxious eyes the face
i { r The old would not allow to take their brightness till they were beyond I asked her to send the
, ; m)" commonplace, weak-minded sister for lady me ing secrecy. recommendation was far handsomer than when it won my
"t i all her beauty." any of my dear, shabby old frocks with me, recall. at once, and to state that I was a girlish fancy, for now I fully understood its
: IK. I l'' My father,sniffing war in the air, asks me telling me it would be her pleasure to pro- Now, in my saner moments, I honestlyhold worthy, needy creature, fully to be trusted. strength and great nobility.
t 1, to follow him,as soon as I can to the surgery vide me .suitably with everything I could her blameless; but at that time I was But of course I had no notion of the duties Presently the steadfast eyes I used to fear
': {.f to write some labels and roll some pills. want in London. And I went away, leaving very bitter against my vain, foolish little I was about to undertake.Her unclosed, and the dear voice called my name,
E t "And," he continues entreatingly, "if you in the hearts of Mrs. Maria and Rose sister, and hated her heartily for stepping reply came quickly, scolding me and I fell on the true heart and sobbed out
'' I II' don't mind Phvl, I should beJratefu1lfyoa: much envy and uncharitableness. between mv husband and me. which she soundly. She said she inclosed the desired my joy, for, 0 his tones were those of love
; t'j i would run into the village with a few bottles did only too surely for awhile. I letter, but hoped, instead of using it, I would and pardon
''. : J' of medicine. That wretched errand boy, CHAPTER II. Always gay and bright, full of pretty, return it to her. Aunt Janet vowed she never would for-
y i i 'i d(> Bob, has been fighting again with Frank, Metamorphosed from the gawky country home-loving ways, and looking up to Mal- give two such idiotic young people; but a
j .J. f ..and has two such beautiful black eyes. girl into an elegantly-millinered London calm as a hero, Rose slowly ousted me out CHAPTER IV. year later, when our boy was born, she sent
I,, .. When does that boy return to school, Mafia? belle, I felt an infinite importance, but sen- of my husband's confidence and compan- In high spirits I set about providing my to say he should be her heir, provided Dick
,: i :, F JJ C Soon, I hope, for all our sakes. He keeps sibly refrained from assuming any airs or ionship. It was to her he turned with tales disguise, which was to consist of a high collar and his wife stood sponsors, and his name
, ,. \ :. the house in an uproar." graces, confessing myself, after all, but a of his daily life; it was her sympathy he some smart caps, a light wig, and a pairof should be, after her dead husband.-Guy
y+, : +;: -< Oh, don't say you wish Frank gone, very plain daw in peacock plumage. sought when he came home weary ; it was blue spectacles, common stuff gowns, anda Malcolm Ponson by.-Tinsley's Magazine.
i dad," I say, for my stepbrother is the plague Lady Janet had a handsome house in Rose, not I, who was asked to sing to him large snuff-box. I trusted to-my really
." and pleasure of my life. Mayfair, and was one of the leaders of the at night, to seal his letters, to fetch his hat good imitation of a Scotch accent to disguise
: 1 t tw Phyllis always encourages all his tricks," fashionable world ; and so I, fresh from a or do him any little loving service. To me my voice, and intended to assume a slight BOOTS AND SHOES.
. .i' and the found he was always courteous. True,sometimes. deafness and weak
; complains my stepmother ; seeing country village, myself expected to eyes.
ii i ,' deluge returning in the shape of tears, my ape the manners of the upper ten." Well, but not often, we quarreled ; not hearty, air- Frank's delight and amusement, when I i- THE NEW STORE. ,
: ," J{ father and I make our escape. I labored hard, and succeeded to Aunt clearing storms with a burst of sunshine at treated him to a rehearsal of the performance -
'- :, :! I am considered like my dear old dad. but, Janet's satisfaction. We got on famously their close in the shape of a loving reconcili- was something to remember.In .
'J : i Ii then, as Mrs. Maria says, What makes a together, and no word was ever said of my ation, but chilly, depressing disagreementsthat all the glory of my disguise, feeling JB W. F. WOOD, Jr., Sc
"'" :i .;; handsome man makes an ugly woman;" returning to the old way of life. left a lingering shadow. wretchedly nervous, I waited on Captain
: ,} \ and, catching sight of myself in the old Discovering my talent for novel-writing, And I-where was my courageous spirit? Richard Ponsonby, presenting timidly Lady > { Proprietor }} E]
:'. { : 1 green-shaded glass in the surgery as I busily and after a caustic reading of some of my I took it all quietly, standing apart from the Janet's letter. While he read it I scanned ,
t ;' roll my pills, I confess she is not far wrong, productions, and much cutting and pruningof home circle, wrapped in a proud,jealous him attentively ; he was a fine, handsome
r J !' "' + f for the glass shows me a tall, bony girl of my tender shoots, the old lady had a book discontent.'t' fellow, with a happy look in his eyes. C> Cr >
: .; t ; twenty, with a sallow complexion, immense of mine published, and was fully as proudas So a year passed, and found us the same ; Well, old girl," he said, when he had
t : dark eyes, and giving me the appearance of I was when it proved a success. Rose still blooming fresh and lovely in our finished, "according to this you are the very -
: j I a boy ; a wide mouth, full of strong white Talking with me about it before it came midst. Slowly but surely the storm gath- figure for us." HAND : :
{, 1 teeth, and a pair of ill-tempered eyebrows. out, she remarked that, "for a novice, I was ered strength, and burst over us, threateningto Then he went on to state my duties.
: Added to this I am attired in a plain dress very confident." And in answer I told her destroy us. Agreeing on all points, we settled my engagement s s
,! of rough dark serge, warranted not to show "I felt successful. She agreed with me One day we were invited to a gardenparty. and he told me to be ready to sail
,; i, JJ !i ink-stains, and round my neck is a boy's that there was a greal deal in that. I really longed for a day of enjoymentalone on the 20th.)
j plain turn-down linen collar. I had numerous suitors; in fact, I might with my husband, and refused to go Just as I was leaving the office, who
1I Mv sister Rose is my direct opposite ; a even have been termed something of a flirt, unless he took me alone. Disgusted with should come in but Malcolm. I felt readyto S Sar
k ; small fairy-like creature, all pink and white, since out of them all I could not find mv what he deemed my selfishness, my husband faint ; but, recovering myself, I passed
a perfect bunch of roses, only l she insipidly fate.One would not go unless Rose accompaniedus. out without my agitation being noticed. :a:
:, lacked their sweetness. She had always night at the theatre there came into How slowly the hours moved until it was
'y been my stepmother's favorite since she Lady Janet's box a gentleman, who was pre- Then I grew furious against my sister, time to sail, and how often my heart failedme
first came from her frosty spinsterhood to sented to me as her nephew, Dr. Malcolm who was fortunately absent, and accusedmy I need not say. Enough that I joinedthe C> C>
set my poor old dad's house to rights, and Ponsonby, a distinguished physician, though husband of caring more for her than his King Cole on the 20th. When passingme
; be its mistress, when Rose was a pretty doll his age could not have exceeded six-and- wife. in the evening on deck, Richard called Fernandina
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or J { of a child, easily managed through her very thirty. He had a plain, clever face, fine inquiring I shall never forget the look of surpriseand my husband's attention to me by remarking ,
': stupidity. I was then a tiresome, ugly, eyes, and the figure of a Hercules.His pain on his face,nor his swift condemn- merrily :
;r; spoiled child of seven, with a fine high manner struck me as being cold, some- ing words, which, instead of cooling, mad- "None too handsome about the figure- :E3 { Cor. Centre & Third. }. S
'' t t temper and a sharp, shrewd tongue, and, what stern, and just a trifle masterful. On dened me. I raved against the woman I be- head, eh ? Not likely to give any of the
the very bane of my stepmother's the whole I liked him, though, because he lieved had stolen his love. He persisted boys a heart-ache, is she?"
1, : \ thereforei) ike my more tractable sister, I had sense to pay me the compliment of talk- she was innocent as himself'of evil, and My husband gazed after the spare figure JPJ-TIIE NEW STORE.1
,4 t would not call her mamma, but saucily ing to me like a reasonable fellow-creature. wound up by commending her goodness with its ill-fitting drab gown without inter-
' ; : named her Mrs. Maria, an appellation she He had read my book, he said with a win- and expressing a wish that I was more like est. THE FAIRMOUNT COLLEGEFOR
r. t i bore, so far as I was concerned, from first to ning smile, and thought that between the her. Among the passengers was a dashing New
": I : lines he read the promise of greater things. ;': Why. did you not, then, marry her, I York belle named Florence Greeley, who
last.I believe I should have loved my sister He did not seem a great favorite with Lady asked, instead of me? It would have been insisted on my husband making love to her YOUNGLADIES-
,' I better had she not always been dangled be- Janet, with whom he argued and contra- better for us all. by a thousand coquetries, torturing me with
I fore me as a model. As it was. we were- dicted in a manner hardly respectful.After Perhaps it would, he answered ; but her glances. But Malcolm, as his brother
t e well, nearly indifferent to each other; but that night Malcolm came often to you forget I was presented" to her for the said, like an insensate brute,'' would not THIS INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT
my dear father and handsome unmanageable visit us, and I met him besides at dinner, first time at our wedding. repay her witcheries with the homage they
t Frank I loved dearly. ball, and kettledrum. There grew betweenus :Then he left me, as he said, to recover my doubtless deserved. We had a fair voyage, MOUNT EAGLE, TEA N,
J ; A few days later, returning from a row a great friendship, which, in course of: senses, and sent Rose up an hour later toaskif passing without anything worthy of notice.
Frank I found seated time into ;;I was ready to accompany them. I would on the plateau of the Cumberland Morin
) on the river with in ripened something stronger. The night before we landed Richard ren-
4. r :. our parlor, as though she had been there all Though each secretly felt the other not well not let my sister in, and said I was ill, and dered me a great service, by saying to my tains. a few miles from the University of the ad-
t ; ;_ her life, cooed over by Rosie and admired chosen, we were both too stubborn and too said they were to go without me.I husband, Look here old boy, if you anchor South. The location presents unequaled
: from a distance b.its.1 Maria, Lady Janet fond of holding our own. But love leaps all '; did not believe my husband would at New York, and set up a crib of your vantages for health, being on the mountainand
handsome old who barriers and it in leave me in anger but he did ; and I saw free from all malaria or liability to con
; ;" Ponsonby, lady, was so our case ; we were own, you will want a woman of some sort
't I 1 looked every inch what she was, a high-bred betrothed. him drive off with Rose without so much as to look after your house. I wish you'd take tagious diseases.All in
"'::4, ,; woman of the world. The Lady Jane was When I told Lady Janet of our engage- a glance at my window. Unable to reason, that timid, nervous old soul the stewardess; the branches usually pursued of
tall and slim, the Lady Jane was fair," and ment she seemed sorry, and asked me very I ;yielded to the intense desire to end this she's lost aboard ship." French Seminaries are taught, inclusive
+ was dressed in somewhat too young a solemnly if I really loved her nephew, and life of misery ; and, ill in mind and body, I I could have hugged Dick when Malcolm, Modern Languages.
fashion, making the most of her well-pre- whether I expected to be happy. resolved to fly that very day from my unhappy in his listless way that was now habitual to Music is made a specialty under MADAME
j, '.,.' served looks : for when can a woman forget For answer I told her I loved him dearer home him, agreed to accept my services. It was DEBARRY, a teacher of very high reputation first-
that she has been I beautiful ? than life, and was about to paint a glowing ;:Packing up a few things, I called a cab the very thing above all others that I so whose testimonials are from the this
4 She gazed at me through her gold-rimmed picture of our future, when Polly broke in and started at once for Mayfair, leaving: a much desired.A musical professors from abroad and in
_' glasses ; then remarked to Mrs. Maria, as with, "Silly fools, not fit to live Twist bitter, upbraiding farewell" letter for my hus- month later I was installed in a hand- country. .
though I were not present, "If this is the their necks!" band. some house, having under me two maid ser- The charges of this school are moderate.For
ugly duckling, 'pon my honor she does not Not fit to live together," corrected Lady vants. My husband had never exchanged a terms and circulars address
strike me as so plain as she has been painted; Janet. And perhaps she was right.In i CHAPTER III. dozen words with me, or glanced my wayas SILAS B. McBEE, Principal.
'" ;', ,. and were she not habited in a costume the spring we were married, and, aftera ;:iI found Lady Janet preparing to start for many times. Dick had arranged every- References : G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer
:" fashioned by a Goth she might be made to; delicious tour through the Lakecountrywe Scotland on the morrow. I fell upon her thing. And now I passed three months in nandina ; Dr. H. Robinson, Jacksonville:
:' look something better than a bathing settled down in a quiet old house in neck, and sobbed out all,my miserable story watching my husband working himself to Rev. A. '\". Knight, Crescent City. 24
woman." Bloombury.Like .. begging her to shelter me,and take me away death in his new practice.I .
s "', ." Will your ladyship be good enough to a foolish woman, I would not acknowledge from the scene of my unhappiness.She despaired of ever having sufficient cour- Nassau Fibre,
'i! ., remember I am in the flesh," I ask, and I had found my master in the : was very much shocked, and strongly age to make myself known to him, and late For beds, pillows and mattresses superiorto
[ :: __ not a figure from Tussaud's? If this is the cold, self-contained man who called me advised me to return to my home ; but, seeing one night I sat down to write to Lady Janet, anything else in use. For sale by
; ; breeding of the town mouse, give me that of wife. So even in our early wedded days that I was really ill in mind and body. asking her advice. After writing my letter June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.r .
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The great novelty for summer wear consists gay plumage. One pair I noticed were of TOYES -- --- ..:-

in having ecru dresses in foulard dark gray, with long green lizzards crawling AB. t ,

batiste, satinette, and "toile de Chine," np the ankles on either side; anotherhad ,f (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), H.E.DOTTERERINVITES
trimmed with velvet. This is a most success- insects of all sorts, such as bees, Brazilian i
and Retail Dealer in
ful combination. The velvet bands are generally bugs, caterpillars, etc. The best of _
cbvered with bands of embroidery or these stockings cost from ten to forty dollarsa GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF s
of worked lace, and are most showy over pair, and there is a ready sale for them.
lawns and batistes. Summer tissues are Many of them have real lace let into the CHOICE f GRIN l''
this and suits of and others in artistic imi- # # jc i ?s1
very elegant year instep, are woven Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near --fr -
toile de Jouy" are quite as costly as or- tations of flowers. Steamboat Landing, I

dinary silk dresses. Light tissues are, however The present fancy in coiffure arrangementis FINE FAMILY GROCERIES I }

preferred by French women, who to a certain extent more elevated, although FER.NANDINA, FLORIDA.

rather favor what is simple and handsometo ladies to whom the low Grecian Owner arid Agent for Schooner Silas C. ,* ii
the more showy styles. Fine batistes, knot is becoming have not, and it is to be Evans Special rates for Merchandise in
lawns, or cotton foulards can be used the hoped will not, abandon that graceful styleof large quantities.
whole season without washing or if washed hairdressiug. With a slender face this Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- EMBRACING NEA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

only once. These materials, when of ordi- style seems to lengthen the contour, while ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the

nary quality, fade immediately, and, as the the loose, graceful coils brought high up on best in the world. FANCY '
trimmings are more expensive than the the head tend to detract somewhat from this Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .

goods, it is no economy to purchase any but otherwise elongated appearance. But, PLOWS. : .

the best. whichever style is adopted, the stiff, flat Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED '
English woolen goods and summer li effects produced by wearing bang nets or VILLE. : 33
mousines are used for suits,including out- using bandolines is carefully avoided. To
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of serge, with an amber-colored groundingand crimps are unbecoming, and the brunettesat _

broad stripes in pale tints Bridal trav- present usually arrange the front hair in .,
eling suits consist of a silk skirt, a polonaiseand a few careless rings or waves. ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

a duster. The round, flat skirt is bor- Vegetables are the accepted trimming:: for Buil4illgMaterial !
dered with two plaitings, headed by a full bonnets. They are beautifully made, and -t .t-J..I.. -

serge trimming. The simple polonaise! is so grouped as to be half concealed under FINE TEAS AND COFEEES :

draped under a scarf which is taken from leaves Tomatoes are in brilliant coloring, N
under the side seams and tied on the left with leaves in delicate shades. French BRICK, LIME, HAIR, tt +-

side. The duster is a large plain garment beans fall in light clusters over bonnets, }
with an opening arms, which are worn with the most dressy toilets. CEMENT,
from the neck and terminates at the waist. Bunches of fruit different kinds serve for

Navy blue toilets continue to be in vogue the trimming of a single bonnet. Many SHINGLES

for young girls. A suitable: way of making colored straw Girondin-shaped hats are NEW GOODS Received
these is with a false skirt bordered with a simply trimmed with large double or triple DOORS, SASII, BLINDS by Every Steamer.

Hat-plaited flounce. The overskirt may be loops of plain or plaid ribbon. Sometimes

of veiling, cachemire, or of plain or stampedserge. ribbon velvet is combined with satin or PAINTS, OILS, ETC., .

It forms a square apron waived cross- Ottoman ribbon, and placed on the crownin Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNAXDIXA.'. i.
wise, and the back falls in slight lengthwisewaves. bands, one above the other. This styleis : -AT-,
It is also square on the end. Where only suitable for very young ladies. -..:.. sI r
the apron opens on either side i is a quille- FRED W. HOYT & GO'S
Lawn tennis suits are made of woolen ,
plaited trimming in the shape of a V. The
stuffs in of terra cotta sorrel COLLINS & CO.
apron is fastened to the middle of the skirt stripes green, SECOND STREET, Near Centre. HARTFORD
and bronze.
under a ribbon rosette. The plaited quille orange, strawberry, primrose ,
Yellow is the leading color and is
extends to the lower of the skirt over very
effective combined with Established ,
moss green or '
the flounce. The waist is pointed and the
red. A lawn tennis
vest is plaited to match the side trimmingson pretty cos-
the skirt. Around the apron and on the tume for young girls is a crushed strawberryskirt I*
with blouse of holland gatheredat
back of the skirt is atrimmingof cachemire gray We invite attention to
f your .our
the waist and trimmed with a frill of the
: flat to fasten down the
placed on
:1 galloon,
material. A large pocket is placed in frontto ,
crosswise waived the This
plaits on
; apron. hold the balls. The hat is trimmed with : ,
i style of dress is very pretty when of plain crushed strawberry ribbon. Crockery 1 Glassware, a
goods. Different fabrics may serve for the t
quille and the trimmings may also vary. Pale yellow and bright gold are the colors
For nun's veiling:: and cachemire it is neces- triumphant even in floral garniture. The and offer our Goods in these lines as low as

sary to have cachemire galloon. :Materials gaudy sunflower has sunk into oblivion the lowest. ;Chamber Toilet Sets of
with patterns of fruit and vegetables are but is replaced by primroses,cowslips marigolds :

more fashionable than floral designs. The kingcups, narcissus and marshmal- very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,

favorite fruits for this purpose are plums: lows.A .
Dinner Sets Lamp's etc. etc. TinT
cherries peaches, and grapes stamped on
very light fabrics. This style cannot be ad- PROPER USE OF WIVES.-It is not to Chaulber, Sets all colors; WoodenWare j'F
mired the house and make the beds and
but Parisian dressmakers are doingall sweep
in their power to make some pretty com- darn the socks and cook the meals chiefly of ail} kinds; and Housekeeping IIIf

binations with the tissues. One of these that a man wants a wife. If this is all he Utensils generally. OF IrR

consists of a red surah skirt trimmed with wants hired servants can do it cheaper thana 1''"

pieces of black velvet bordered with ruch- wife. If this is all when a young man FRED 1''. HOYT 4fc CO.
ings of brownish lace. The overdress has calls to seea young lady, send him into the Axes Hatchets Picks

bunches of green grapes. Small silk corse pantry to taste the bread and cakes she has .
lets in the color of the skirt are again to be made: send him to see the needle-work and ,

seen. Silk waists are low in the neck, with bed-making or put a broom in her hands C. H. HTJOT AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY _
muslin or lace ones underneathand sleevesto and send him to witness its use. Such thingsare mi

match. Skirts of lawn, veiling or batisteare important, and the wise young man.willquietly ,, TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
wholly covered with puffiugs. look after them. But what the true DEALER IN-
man most wants of a wife is her companionship ; Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf h
A walking suit may be of moss-green --!II ,
sympathy and love. The of life i t F
way 4 !F,
cachemire false skirt is and covered Scotch with plaid a surah surah.plaiting The has many dreary places in \t, and man needsa i. : .? "I all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines. 1.W,
companion with him. A is
bordered with lace. Over the hip on the times overtaken by misfortune man: he some-meets 110 I t = Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues, &:., A

right side is a large rounded plaiting, which with failure and defeat trials and by writing to the makers, r}
; temptations -
is taken under the draperies of the tunique. beset him, and he needs one to stand Groceries, Hardware, COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St. New York. I
i The lace which borders the plaiting:: of the and a ,
by sympathize. He has stern
t skirt is taken the frout on either side ofa some j
centre trimming up composed of cache- battles to fight with poverty, with enemies DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, --
green ;
and with sin, and he needs a woman that,
mire sewed very full against the false! skirt. t CUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF '
as he puts an arm around her, feels that he t i
The plain cachemire is draped on the upper has something to fight for will him i;Second Street, S INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS;
part of the skirt in a short apron. A second help DYSPEPSIA SOUR STOMACH. FOUL BREATH "f.
small drapery forms a panier. In the backis fight; who will put her lips to his ear and COSTIVENESS, ENLARGED SPLEEN COLIC, &C. "
whisper words of counsel, and her hand to vie FERNANDINA, FLA. '
cachemire puffing reaching to the lower his heart and I Bar.J.E.Graves Editor and Proprietor"Baptist." J.R.Johnson. M D.. of Abbeville. Miss.. A ago <
part of the skirt. The cachemire waist impart new inspiration. All Memphis Tenn. ease: I received package of your 11.12, says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical:
opens through life-through storm and sunshine, FLRNANDINA Liver Medicine, and have used about half of It. It College and have practiced thirty-five years. I use
in front over a plaited surah vest. It is conflict and adverse works like a charm.I want no better Liver Regulator your medicine in my practice. It is not only a good sand
pointed in the neck and below the waist to victory, through and t, certainly no more of Zeilin'a mixture. Liver Medicine,but it la a sovereign remedy fa r tl!lX.Be" .
show the surah vest. The small side front favorable winds man needs a woman's .E.A.Hoffins,Franklin K.7. Rev.J.S.Beasley of Summprton.
love. The heart yearns for it. Yet Aug.' 2.iaJ'l: It is thebe tmedl- S!a,Jan.'82,says: I have used Z.eU'cinelhayeevertakeoinmrl1fe.lt p
pieces are cut high above the hips, and seek nothing further than many [ ] [ ] [ ] '. inspreparatlooagreatdea1.buttindis ,
housework. STEAM
trimmed with a bias band of plaid surah, { : SAW MILL. curing me Dyspepsia.Send me .. your medicine altogether superior '
Justly enough, half of these Must in its effect the The best.
get nothingmore. another package. hare it. on system.! .
falling the goods of the waist. The .c *
> : #
The other half, surprised above >- Rev. J. L. Brit says, of Blountsville. Dr S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist. Memphis. 3;'
hack of the waist is tailleur shape, and ; Ala..March 1882, : I suffered with Tenn. : Have sold it 30 years; ;
forms a basque of two round plaits. The measure, obtain more than they sought. torpid liver and costiveness and your .sold it man before me.That this medicine is a ; +'f'
sleeves Their wives surprise them by a nobler idea C. H.iHUOT; PROPRIETOR, me are long and tight-fitting. They are of marriage and with admirable effect for sickheadacheLIVER|eeoaine'StmmoUt!Liver Medicine'none dare gainsay j .
disclosing of !
a treasury
finished at the wrist with surah cuffs ,
sur- courage, sympathy and love. M Original add Only Genuine. EsUt.1810. 1 ,
mounted by shell-shaped lace. On either H AS constantly on handLumber Put up In 25c.and $1.packages 'I
side of the opening in the neck are lace re- s and bottles by MEDIC1M

vers. The hat matching thissuit is of basket COST OF TilE BROOKLYN BRIDGE.Therehas ; .F.SIMMON S& COST LOUtt.Mo. ?
Imo by Cargoes.
straw in rustic style. It is lined with green been a great deal of discussion at various OLD BY ALU DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE F A

velvet. Around the crown is a band of times in regard to the cost of the bridge. Secbnd i
ribbon velvet. In front is Much of the Office on Street. vie
green a large popular misapprehension on '
"alsacier" bow of similar velvet. Another this point was no doubt due to imperfect DR. CLARK rfINDIAN
suit is of brown and beige-colored checked estimates. In 1800 J. A. Roebling, afterward
goods, trimmed with violet-colored velvet. chosen as engineer-in-chief estimated the i I WH LE ALE AND RETA I

The false skirt is of light silk, covered witha cost of the bridge at the height of 200 feet, I h

plaiting of checked goods. The woolen which he then declared necessary to the requirements O t I. BLOOD SYRUPCures .

polonaise is taken in to the figure b)y means of commerce, at $3,000,000. In t I t Ia
of two darts, and buttons down the front 1866 he increased his estimate to $4,000,000and P I O ;

under a broad velvet band. The end on the in 1867 to 7000000. In 1872 his son, t Ie all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, ; "
right side of the polonaise falls straight, Colonel W. A. Roebling, having succeededto r i I II
while the one on the left turns backward. his father's position as engineerinchiefof M Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to ito
Both ends are trimmed with broad velvet this work, and the height of the bridge a I ; ; in healing the above named diseases, and '
bands. On the lower part of the back of the having been reduced from 200 to the maxi- I ; t'; efficacy
polonaise is a breadth of goods raised in the mum height of 135 feet, estimated the cost pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to )IVn.rrIV .

centre and trimmed with two large velvet at $9,500,000. In 1873, when the estimatedcost A. B. NOTES, .,
loops. Down the centre, over the back- of the land was added the total cost of = ', 1 y#, a
seam terminating at the waist is a bias the bridge was raised to $13,045,065 and in d ODEALER GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. ag f .
"' IN- f
piece of velvet. The deep turned-down collar 1875 to 13145065. The act of 1875, how- ; JI .
is also of velvet. The long, tight-fitting:: ever, provided that the interest on the bondsto Cl) rft Trade Mark.

sleeves Lave deep velvet cuffs. The capote be issued by the two cities should be paid W Family Supplies > .G6)-AGENTSLaboratory WANTED; tt ;
matching this suit is covered with tulle by the trustees out of the money received ,

worked with beads. The brim of the bon- by them, and this added $1,500,000 more to i I I ".. 77 West Third St. New York City. Druggists sell it.CEDAKTOWN "'
net is trimmed with velvet, and a bunch of the cost. Then the structure was increased HEAVY GROCERIES r ,

tortoise-colored ostrich tips. The stringsare in strength over the original plans of the & I N/ fe
20th 1881.
of violet colored velvet. engineers, and that added considerable more i iHay GA., June ,
to the cost. There were various changes in Dr. Clark Jo .mQ1I-Iy children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
For summer toilets for good wearing use jaiid Grain Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. '
the plans at different times, which added
to 00
fancy checked silks will be in greater demand 46 RUDIE CA TLER.
the outlay. About $15,000,000 has been I
than ever. Two costumes made of expended HH ; CD k
on the bridge now, and the total ,
these fabrics models. The first is
are pretty
cost, when all improvements are made at SHIP STORES DO"W"'S ;
a fine pin check in blue and gold. Three O SIBLEY ACO.
the approaches and the arches fitted i
shell and rose-pleated ruffles trim theunder-| are up 55 .. .. M I
for warehouses will not bs much HIRAM
short of r
skirt and the panier-tunic is edged with i JAMAICA GINGER CORDIAL '
$16,000,000. The yearly cost of P- ii
dark blue Spanish lace. The pointed bodiceis maintaining I
the bridge including interest the bonds TURNIP
on i
trimmed around the throat and down !
each side of the front with falls of Spanishlace will be about $800,000.-New York Tribune.AN t i Stoves, GOCD IS NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT, j i | ';taISEED1

and is closed with tiny gold and blue but contains all the medicinal proper- i
enamel buttons. The second dress is of EXPL. NATIoN.-The delicate, floweryand t Paints ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It !

shepherd's plaid in black and white, the lasting fragrance of Floreston Cologne i is very pleasant to take, and -! : : t c
it is such favoritewith I
underskirt laid in kilts all the way down. explains why a the o Crockery CURES INDIGESTION HEADACHE, !

The overdress is shirred to the jersey and is ladies. _________ ___ rn t CD I i

short and jaunty, looped full and high on WHY SHOULD THEY?-No man or woman rn Hardware* N II IJ :! COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC,
one side, with an enormous knot and ends I NEW CROP i READY ?
can do satisfactory work when the brain is DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, 1N JULY : 1'
of black velvet Above this is the 1 Willow-Ware.
ribbon. dull, the nerves unsteady, the system relaxed I 55r '
black velvet jersey, with a bouquet of arti- and they feel generally wretched. Why PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, I Send for J| CATAlOCUE& PRICE LIST. ,

ficial wood strawberries set, on the left side should anybody drag through their work in !t .r HIRAM SIBLEY CO.
among a mass of black Spanish lace ruffles I i this condition, when a bottle of Parker's O :. ". ,..... MALARIA, by warming and stimulat- j;
pleated around the neck. A small"thatched" Ginger Tonic will at a moderate cost give M t ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy : ROCHESTER N.Y. CHICAGO ILL. :

straw bonnet ensuite was trimmed with a them the strength and will to perform their O t ti} = action. Sold by I -79-133 MAIN STREET. 200-206 Randolph ':1 ti
cluster of strawberries and black velvet duties satisfactorily.Ed.Iron i P PALMER BRO'S, -

mingled with black lace. The parasol is ofa H v Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. I Ij To Rent.

fine checked silk, exactly matching that of in a colorless state and Peruvian bark, 0 I: ..... iiJ'Also for DOWS JAMAICA The property known as Sanborn's$* l s. ,
the dress, and lined with red satin. combined with well known aromatics, make r..jri Agents Apply for particulars to

The rage of the moment among women is Brown's Iron. Bitters the best medicine 4 ri s II: !DW I h LDW S f; ? GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made A. B. No res.

zoological hose. Stockings are displayed in known. without pepper. 22 Fernandina, July 15-tf. i,



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THE FLORIDA MIRROR.I his word under penalty of being made to an- DECORATION DAY AT THE NATIONAL meeting, as there was on Decoration Day. I FLORIDA'S STEAMSHIP LINE.

ac a swer for it with his life. The boy grows up !'l CAPITAL. think I am below the actual number present
_______ I From the Madison Recorder
SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1883. : with the idea that he has to defend an indefinite when I estimate the attendance at fifteen :
: i something, which he calls his honor, To tk.\Editor of the Mirror: thousand. The two tiers of the grand stand Now as to the Mallory Line. It has established -

.i .4,, !, TWO SIDES OF TIIEMANUFACTUR- and that he is not to brook any questioning I WASHINGTON, June, 1883. were packed. The betting ring was one liv- bor is one between of the South Fernandina Atlantic, whose coast, har-and

ING QUESTION.: of'any statement which he believes to be Decoration Day is a popular anniversaryin ing mass of eager, anxious people, and the New York the great American metropolis,
: .r t The value of manufacturing industries to right which he has made. A word and a Washington ; it is one of the too many quarter stretch teemed with men. The club- a reliable, direct and quick line first-class

r + a country is unquestionable, (:but because blow was the old-time result of wrongheadedness. national holidays ; days when that galley house balconies looked out from the mass steamships tween these, two which make weekly trips be-
ports. The
they are valuable and beneficial it does not slave known as the Government clerk is of green trees beneath them as a flower gar- ready to increase the number company of trips stands to twoor

C, r'' follow that they are paramount in impor- A foolish man, with a revolver in his unchained from his desk and allowed to den, so large was the number of ladies pres- three a week, or even to daily trips, if

"' tance to the other industries of a country. pocket and whisky in his brain, makes it a wander at his own sweet will-in beer gar- ent and so gorgeous:!: their costumes. On the the trade demands, and thus in the matterof
The old household industries which gave I dens.!; I followed the crowd that went on transportation place Florida on an equal
h' 1 word and a pistol shot. That such things lawn in front twelve of the drags of the footing with other Southern State. To
I i employment to those within doors in preparing -I occur it is useless for us to deny ; that they Decoration Day to the National Cemeteryat coaching club were parked. The roofs were do this, however, they must have the pat-

; i clothing and articles of house use to often happen among really respectable and Arlington. Arlington, you know, was afterward covered with table-cloths, and ronage of our people, and all things being

the family were in point of fact probably intelligent people is not true. In ninety- once |the home of General Lee. It is now here the parties that had driven up enjoyed equal, the and trips safe as and quick the, the transportationas
sure as reasonableas
better; so far as happiness is concerned, for of hundred ill-balanced an immense graveyard, looking down upon
nine out
a their
cases luncheon. The scene was as charminga by any other line, and add to this:: the
the country than the products of invention youth, whisky and a revolver are found in Washington from the Virginia shore. A one, and at the same time as stirring one, fact that it is a Florida line, why should they
which have succeeded them, and banished conjunction.The Confederate chaplain once preached to his as has ever been seen on the American not have it? 'Tis true it is too late now
; the loom and the wheel. inventive minds of our Northern warlike parishioners in the field that the Ascot. for the citizens Middle Florida to do muchin
the of
patronizing the line this
The point of view in which the advocateof brethren supply the ready instrument of way ;ito Abraham's (Abraham Lincoln's) One of those tragic suicides which at times son, yet way with the opening of the fall busi-sea-

manufactures presents the subject is death; the West supplies the brain stimu- bosom was over Arlington Heights. The give us a glimpse of how much misery may ness those who go :North to buy goods can

L I; :\, always the acquisition of wealth, as though lus, and the injudicious home training sup- way to Arlington Heights from Washingtonis exist in our immediate vicinity without our go dations by this line, as excellence the passenger then accommo-

that was necessarily the acquisition of hap- plies the badly-balanced mind which lies at through ancient Georgetown, across the being aware of it occurred last Monday.Mrs. goods south are par, and all cotton; bound ship for their the "

piness. If it were true that wealth brings the bottom of the homicidal mania.It Potomac, over a rickety bridge, thence halfa Von Mauschwitz-Wagener, a daughterof North by this line; and when the vegetable

:' happiness in a national and individual may be further said that life is rarely mite over a dusty road and you enter the one of the best families of Saxony, and. season comes in again our truckers can send
point of view, which is not admitted, it ref portals of what is poetically called Home's their produce to market by it. And right
taken at the South by a white man for rob- whose relations hold high positions at court, here let us urge the people of Florida to takeon
;" ; V mains to be shown that manufactures do bery or personal gain ; and that at the North Eternal, Camping',iGround"" between. two ended her life by turning on the gas in her more State pride. Let us patronize those

bring individual wealth and increase of the case is reversed-passion seldom, but vertical columbiads. It is a beautiful.spot, room, at the Summit Hotel in the Bowery, industries which merit our support, and let
RC those in it workers. much it in the wild natural I us take greater interest in all things which
T means to engaged as robbery often, being the cause of homicides.The of remaining and inhaling it. Poor thing, she had only tend build and
to the State
improve and
L: r'k; Men have been enriched and towns forest through which the Indian glided not up
mania for homicide is more easily, 25 cents in her pocket-book, and her mind the benefits recurring to each other individually -
!, built up by manufactures, but it will be therefore, eradicated when passion is the so very! long ago. The open spaces here and shaken considerably by prolonged sickness and the whole State collectively will
i, found that the wealth has been secured by dotted with be and manifold.
motive rather than gain.If there are thickly graves-so could not stand the prospect of absolute great

the few capitalists and not by the operatives, our youth would realize the folly and thickly, indeed, and with such tiresome precisio beggarism. Some years ago a society was From the Marianna Times:

il.f and that the real estate of the town, the quasi-cowardice of carrying concealed weap- h of alignment that the poor soldiers formed for the amelioration of shamefacedpoor Florida is, indeed, a vast and great State,

value of which has been enhanced, is not ons ; if they would rely upon their own integrity seen to have been put under ground to the but it did not do much. There is room and has in its irregular and great outlines
owned by the operatives, who generally allegation famiiar) command, the eternal Close some great men in their respective spheres.
6 and good character to meet any up for such a society, for if ever help is neededit Florida is, it is true, wonderfully and fear-
rent the premises they occupy, but by the which the rude or reckless might close- up !1" is among those people who have known fully" made, but it is equally as wonderfulin

t capitalists. make, if they would put down violence and Tl;e graves had been decorated, but I better days and are too proud to make their many other respects. Its advance in
: The frequency of strikes for increased cultivate the amenities which dignify social looked in vain for the flowers about whichI wants known. prosperity and its increase in wealth and

a; ". f wages shows that the operatives are dissatisfied life, there would be very few homicides, indeed had heard so much. I saw them on but Speaking of gambling in the army, an different population sections is the of marvel the State of the, though age. The dissimilar -

1; a j with their share of the products of among reputable people-rare as they three graves that bore the titles of lieutenant army officer said to me the other day : "The in soil, climate and productions,

i' manufactures, and that they are not even are even now.EDITORIAL. ,. imaior and general- respectively.- The whole trouble comes about from the fact should have one common bond of unity-
t j secure against the reduction of other of ornamented the prosperity of the whole State. The resources -
wages. myriads graves were
that the is not
discipline severe enough,
( of the State are wonderful and vari-
.'t:; There are two general classifications of CORRESPONDENCE. eachj one with a little penny flag, the stars
9 that officers have too much time at their ous, and in no portion of the Union can the
r manufactures. The one, a limited one, cover- CHATTANOOGA, TEXN., May 29. and stripes.: It seemed like a swindle that disposal, and that private patronage and influence people come as near living at home as in
: ing articles of special requirement for a It is among the curious results of the could not have been practiced on the livingto help a man's advancement more Florida. Here can be raised the meats and
people-the other covering those of universal which have occurred in Florida in substitute these bits of cambricfor grain of the North, the cotton of the South,
F changes tawdry
than genuine merit. Reform at the top and the wines of France, the olives of Italy, the
use and required by people of all coun the past few years that the tables seem flowers, but the poor clay beneath was you will soon find that the bottom will follow tobaccos of Turkey, the figs of Smyrna the

: I tries. England and America are now engaged changed. In former times the traveler quite as satisfied, I suppose, as if Flora had of itself. dates of Africa, the pine-apples of the West

I, in a rival competition to supply the moving southward noted a gradual changefor emptied her apron. Flora, by the way, on The seaside season has opened. Since Indies Brazil,, the the oranges teas of of China Sicily,, the the fruits coffees and of .

world with cotton, clothes, cutlery, etc. the worse as he successively passed this i j occasion was, in most cases, a colored Decoration Day a steady stream of excur- vegetables of the North, the South, the East

J : In order to build up these great manufacturing through Southern towns. After visiting girl.jand by far the greater portion of those sionists has been making pilgrimages to and the West, the wool of Australia, the
industries the doctrine of nuts of the two zones, and the spices, con-
4 protection Savannah with its busy shipping, well-filled who: attended the picnic were colored Coney Island, promenading over the famil-
diments relishes woods of the
dye etc.,
,'#' is invoked in order to secure an exclusive shops and respectable hotels, it seemed a people. They wandered about through the iar walks and enjoying the familiar musicof orient and of the tropics. Here can be

1.. : f home market for our manufactures with the great change to reach the small towns, poor groves, sat on the grass, munched ginger Gillmore. I was speaking to a leading grown successfully everything to eat and to

j expectation of manufacturing a large surplus steamers and indifferent hotels of Florida. cak s, and were in a high state of enjoy- hotel man Manhattan Beach the other wear, with a large surplus to send-to colder
climates. The climate of almost the entire
for export to foreign countries. Now the traveler draws comparisons as he meiit.
evening, as we were listening to the strainsof State is unrivalled for salubrity and health-
Our American protectionists, representing, goes northward, the reverse of the former. Many) of the denizens of the capital enjoyed the band. Does keeping a seaside hotel fulness, and its health-restoring propertiesin

L as they claim, the great manufacturing interests The hotels of Florida are far superior in their holiday excursions down the pay?M I asked. I can answer you best," pulmonary diseases are now known and

+ : of the country, are engaged in the elegance, extent of accommodation and style river, Mount Vernon, Piney Point, or to he replied, h by asking you whether you appreciated the Old World.throughout These advantages the Union are and now in

supplying to any hotels south of the great Northern the other pretty landing places in which the think that the men who had the hotels at open to the world through the medium of

cities. Savannah looks dull, dingy and shores of the Potomac abound. Others Manhattan Beach and Brighton Beach from the railway and steamship lines that ex-
i and at the same time seeking to supply the almost disreputable compared to Jackson- went up the river'to the Great Falls, while the start would have retired if the profits tend-the first throughout almost the entire

.; 4 t rest of the world with the products of their ville and other Florida towns. Its streetsare thousands availed themselves of the excursions were so enormous? Now, most of the hotel the land immense, and the coast second surface to almost of the every Atlantic part of

y" t manufactories. If we buy nothing of the fetlock deep in sand; miserable hovels given by the railroads. keepers this year are new men. The incomeis Ocean and the Gulf Mexico.. Then, it is

: i ;i d rest of mankind we can only expect to sup- occupy conspicuous positions, and its whole Unthinking? people no doubt will blameme so precarious. You may have made prep the duty of Floridians to work, not only for

r S ply people who have no manufactures of appearance belies the real merits of one of !!for railing at Decoration Day, but the arations for an army of guests ; you calculate their immediate sections, but for the goodof
the State at large. It is their duty to
S'S l.', their own, and in competition with the the most wealthy, public-spirited and enter- discerning; reader will be acute enough to that a certain Saturday or a certain Sun- work for their own ports, for their own rail

x ? people of countries who, it is claimed, can prising cities of the country. We suppose see !that I am not railing against the day, day will be very hot ; then rain sets in, and ways and their own ocean steamships.

'A jtr h manufacture cheaper than we can. According they have become accustomed to their dust i but; against the absence of decoration, and the guests do not turn up. The result is From the Sanford Journal:

: ,, to their own theory this must bea losing and deep sand, and uncomely and un- the burlesque decoration that has been sub- that thousands of dollars worth of stuff goes The occasion was one of unalloyed pleasure -

D ,competition for us. If they can manufacture painted externals, and, like the wearer of an stituted for real flowers. The marble statueof to waste. A week of bad weather does us to the guests, and we believe will event-

%, goods so cheaply that our manufactures old coat, they feel very comfortable in it. Lincoln in front of the City Hall was more harm than two weeks of a rush! can uate in great good to the line and to the

,' + : require to be protected in our markets they Atlanta presents a great contrast to Savan- wreathed with pink and white paper roses. benefit us." will people be to of acquaint the State.the Its public immediate more effectu-effect

can certainly undersell us in foreign mar- nah. Hundreds of stately business houses Execrable tawdriness was a characteristic of With the advent of summer, prices at ally, perhaps, than could otherwise have:

mn kets. line its streets, elegant private residences are thejdecoration; everywhere, and this, too, at boarding-houses and many hotels are greatly been done with what the Mallory Line i3 .
I ,i We have already felt in this country the : now doing for the benefit of and
seen on all the avenues,and the evidences of the season of the greatest abundance of reduced, and visitors to town who are growers
what it is capable of doing to meet the most
sw : : \ evils of over-production. Since the South thrift and the ( flowers and verdure. It is too evident -
manufacturing industry meet spring obliged to look at the cost of things may unlimited demand for safe and rapid transitof
: has engaged in manufactures the Eastern observer on every hand ; that the sentimental Congress which find this a better time to visit Gotham than our produce to market.

protection\ I was surprised to observe at the fruit set part the 30th of May as jour des morls, in the height of the fall or winter season. The line is now a weekly one ; the pro-
I stand to make it
: stalls a liberal supply of early .Georgia a day sacred to the dead soldier and for With Coney Island, Rockaway.Long Branch prietors ready semi-weekly,
and if the business
tri-weekly, even daily, :
i i factures increase at the South the New peaches, although the price indicated that floral; offerings, reckoned without a knowledge and other resorts within easy reach, New should demand it. Their mode of handlingand

t i England States will not only be deprived of they were not yet very plenty-fifty cents of human forgetfulness, and legislated : York is more than endurable in summer. stowing produce is especially worthy of

: their Southern market, but will be driven per dozen for the best, and 20 cents for.smail a farce.: The day is enjoyed by the tens of the annual raid consideration, and, as a result, the uniform
To-day summer unlicensed -
upon rule is that their vessels arrive in New York
; out of Western markets. We do not see
; ,
; and inferiorones. I cannot understandhow thousands of Government emploY who
r quite
and in few
dogs began, a days the with cargoes in good condition. Another
i- I .'. how protection will then avail them. Massachusetts Georgia can produce as early peaches as are! ever glad of an excuse to leave their pound will be filled with its first batch of thing: the line offers to take, with each vessel -

,. t is largely engaged in manufacturing Florida. They do not raise our luscious desks, but it is not enjoyed in a commemorative candidates for drowning. There is a great a representative of the producers, free of
for which she has ad- on the whole trip, who can see for
no peculiar expense
and it fast
but do raise handsome degenerating
large ,
i a
deal of humbug about this dog scare, and a himself not only that everything possible is
:! t- vantages. She not only cannot enlarge but for the June market. The into a kind of noonday orgie that would be
early peach great deal of fraud, for the homeless dogs done for the safety of the cargo, but that the
must necessarily reduce the number of her honored in the breach than in the ob and the in
weather is quite dry, and traveling is dusty more instinctively know the time when they handling disposition of produce
: cotton manufactories. What will her opera- and uncomfortable, but the roads are in fine servance. the market, is in the interest of the owners.
become and have the of scent-
game, faculty The should concert of action
planters by
; Lives do? The social problems which are --
: order, the cars elegant and comfortable, and NEW YORK. ing the licensed dog catchers miles away arrange to avail themselves of this generous
', pressing upon the country in so many directions ,
>> the schedules quite fast. j and make good their escape. Householdpets offer, not only for the purpose of inspectionof
;i ; indicate that there is more in the tariff The East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad the system of transportation, but becauseit
the who have the ill.for-
11 would exert influence
1 question than comes to the surface in the mistake in not an important upon
make a great connectingwith PARK RACES-A SAD SUICIDE-THE SEA- tune of straying out for a moment, invaria- the commission men to whom produce is
a1 :: ordinary political discussions. both trains on the Savannah, Florida : SIDE SEASON-KEEPING A SUMMER HO- bly fall into the clutches of these ruffians, consigned. Let it be understood, that with
}r :'; j & Western Railroad. ,TEL-BOARD IN NEW YORK, ETC. each cargo of produce a representative of the
who capture them, license or no license, in
i3 ; Ii HOMICIDAL MANIA.Mr. The in Georgia look backward to a To the Editor of the Mirror: owners would arrive in New York, and we
crops the hope of getting a reward for their return.
Watterson, the talented editor of the frost I I NEW YORK, June 1, 1883. are sure greater faithfulness in disposition
had Atlanta
Floridian. at
They a on
The law in fact and in would be the result.
{ dog puts a premium on honesty returns
1 r Ii' Louisville Courier-Journal, made this topic Tuesday week, and very little corn in upper The feeling of horror over the frightful ca- dog stealing. Moreover, the Mallory Line is essentially

+ ; ?s +I the subject of a recent address to the Library Georgia is more than six inches high. The i lanjity on the East River Bridge on Decoration a Florida line, and Fernandina is a Florida
of reminds of
dogs fact.
k I t Societies of the Vanderbilt University at weather, however, is now as warm as in Day has not yet abated, but such is the Speaking me port, and State pride should combine with
of the features
that of
the I and
one quaintest police interest to for both the
secure patronage
be confessed that his
Nashville. It
; .1 J Florida.In curiosity) of human nature that now crowds .
last the of Floridians. We shall allude to
parade Monday was presence I support
( -.,a, treatment of it was very unsatisfactory. His attracted; to see the spot where crowds this subject again ; in the meantime, ex- .
t three dogs in the lines. The principal
\ '" against the tendency to a reckless use of unlawful people not to take coffee or tea after dinneror see; that the number of bridge policemen among them was Jack, who belongs to the sies enjoyed by us.PostOffice.
Precinct. He has earned several
27th medalsfor
: i, :','" weapons was direct and forcible. at breakfast. Cocoa is recommended for wag not sufficient to preserve order among a
,,' Mr. Carl] Schurz, one ofthe editors of the breakfast for those who can digest it, but hot large crowd, and force them to obey the saving people from drowning, and for Notice.
({ r bravery in assisting in the capture of bur- Office Hours-From 8:00: A. M. to 7:00 P. M.
?: New York Evening Post, considered this subject water is better. Those who dine late, and order which provides that people going to
glars. He is known throughout the pre- Sunday hours, 10:30: A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
:. ;+ S t :' : some months ago in a letter addressed need a dilutent drink an hour or two after- Brooklyn take one side of the road and cinct, and it would go hard with a dog ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.

t : t ':,'" to the editor of a Georgia newspaper, in a ward, but cannot drink tea on account of those returning take the other. But at best catcher were he to attempt to execute nefa-
Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday-)
I kindly but critical spirit. being kept awake by it, are also counseled the!. people have no one to blame but them- cinet rious has designs another upon dog Jack's who liberty.is as useless This pre-as Arrives................. 5:50: p. M. and 6:05 P. M.
&: I :;,,c' The usual reply of Southern men to a to use hot water. I find,"' he says, "that selves. The average American crowd is possessed Jack is useful. He is a confirmed toper. He Closes..................- 7:30: A. M. and 9:30: A.M.

-;':," taunt of murderous tendencies at the South dining solidly at 7:30, and often needing to by so insane a desire to move on thatit drinks the drippings from the beer barrelsin Transit & Peninsular RailrQad-
':{;< ': is to hurl back at the accusers the tu quoque work from 9 to 11, a tumbler of water broughtinto will take almost risk to front of a saloon in Cortland street, and Arrives...................................... 5:50: P. !.
,", any accomplishits manages to keep pretty full all day long. He Closes........................................ 7:30 A. M.
I, 1,. argument, and show that people are also my laboratory is the best drink, and, purpose. It is said in some of the papers is noted for the skill with which he man- Jacksonville, South and West Florida-

'1.":",7;,.:_ killed in the North. after a few evenings, will be as much that the crush was mainly produced by a ages to cross Broadway when it is as muchas Arrives._............... 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 P. M.
: t ;: This, although true, is no answer, however relished as tea. The hot water assists to croHvd of roughs and pickpockets, who intended one's life is worth to avoid being run Closes .................... 9:30 A. :M. and 5:30: P. M.
):_,''f" : to the question why there are so many complete the digestion of residual food, acts ; to make'most of the opportunity. over by the throng of wagons. This is all Arrives Sunday..... 10:25: A. M-
he can do, yet he is fully protected, for the Closes Sunday...... 4:00 P. M.
I '> homicides at the South. upon the kidneys, and will be found to wake This is nothing but senseless sensationaltalk. merchants in Broadway seem to think that Mail

.i,; 1 The real answer lies in the training which one up without injuring the stomach or The way the police arrangements are his presence lends an air of security to the Arrives St. Majn/'s Tuesdays and King's and Ferry Fridays at-2:30 P. 31.

I >. i: has given tone to the ideas of a large portion keeping the brain awake after bed-time. In now carried on in this city makes such a street, and that he may prove useful in an Closes :\Iondays..amI Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.

:5' of the young men of the country; an cold weather warm water is the best drink gathering an impossibility, and most of all yellow emergency.dog, who Another distinguishes precinct himself has a prin-little St. Mary's and Dungeness-

: ..''. undue sensitiveness as to mere words of at dinner time and in hot weather is whole- at such a public place at the entrance to the cipally by arousing tired policemen in time Arrives. Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. )J..e .

>. '. offence a sensitiveness generally made more somer and more cooling than iced water." bridge.To for roll call, and is the best indicator of Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: P. M.
< at 9:00 A.I.
intolerant\ when the brain has been stimulated turn from sad to gay-not for years whether a policeman has tasted liquor whenon 'Vedn'sda'sandSat'days

> .j by liquor. The theory of this sensi- The Grafton Iron Company of Letonia: has there been such a brilliant assemblageon fost. go He near has anybody a horror smelling of the odor of strong, and Closes Tuesdays Fridays and, Wednesdays Saturdays ,at 2:30: P. 3I.

I' ; ': tive character is that no man shall dispute Ohio has failed. Liabilities, $600,000. the opening day of the Jerome Park race drink. SAML.: T. RIDDELL P. M.


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The New York Evening Post tells us that Entitled an Ordinance to Carryon

"the Bourbon Richmond State is stirringup a more General System of .

the colored voters of Virginia to revolt. Fernandina.Be Vaccination.within the City of J. H. PRESCOTTDEALER J & T. KYDD ;

It says: it ordained,first, That in order to havea ,
"You, negroes, you pure-blood black men thorough enrollment of every inhabitantof Corner of Centre and Third Streets. ,
of Virginia you are the Republican party, the city of Fernandina, the city shall, for r
and are entitled to control in its councils, such enrollment be .
the of making ,
to take the lead in all its affairs, to fill its divided purpose into four districts for each of which -

]high places, and enjoy its honors and its there shall be appointed by Council a com- Ih'Ladies' :| SPRING GOODS |
emoluments, and not these few thousand petent person to make an enrollment according J i
their white blood who
renegades to rejected to blanks furnished them by Council .
by their own people. have sought your setting forth the name and residence of -
society as a last resort hoping to secure that each family in his district the number of
social recognition and political preferment persons habitually residing in such family, Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments,
among you which has been denied them by hovj have been vaccinated, with how

the You respectable have full power white over people them of, and the should State. many cinated many has and vaccination by whom? taken, when vac Nw} ; hinta !m rita I rrtha; iIRa I htin I : untinga I -

teach them to serve before they aspire to Be it further ordained, That immediatelyafter -
lead. They have brought you no strength, the
such enrollment is completed city
to cause, because
given no your physician shall visit every habitation reported -
they have neither the one nor the other to by the inspectors to contain personsnot Itlisses',
offer. All that you gain by them is a few vaccinated within two years, and pro- Children'sand
thousand votes added to your hundred and ceed forthwith to offer his services for and CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ,
twenty odd thousand, and that amounts to in behalf of the city. Infants',
very little indeed. At least, it only entitles Be it further ordained, That any person or men's, Is now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS '
them to a pro rata of the spoils, offices and persons refusing to be vaccinated shall note Boys'
honors, but instead of being content with permitted to leave his, her or their placeof and Youths', The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced to Fine Goods.
this, they seize upon all'To abode, nor have any communication or -

which, however, the "pure-blood allow any one to visit him, her or them ;
blackmen of Virginia" will reply, should until they are duly vaccinated, under a FINE Boots and Shoes A new stock Just reeelved and
all "True the Re- penalty of not less than$2 nor more than $5 .
they answer at : we are ., offered at VERY LOW PRICES. FMy
ublicanparty and the white Readjustersbut for each and every offense, or an imprisonment -
an inconsiderable fraction of the voting of not more than 15 days, or both, at 51 EI"VVE: J:)
force which brought Mahone & Co. into the discretion of the Mayor. A large and well-assorted Stock
and it is equally true that they have Passed first, second and third reading SPRING I HATS
power; I for MEAT, YOUTIIS and BOYS i
the lion's share of the offices, leaving to us May 23, 1883. F. C. SUHRER, :
only the insignificant portion which the President of Council. h tto an aah Oihra"Lt naa;
lordly beast throws to the fox; nevertheless, :
what they da give us is so much clear gain, [SEAL] 'Y I. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. a. ANDIsLTPPERsI
inasmuch as before they put themselves at Approved: 'Order BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save ;
our head by taking charge of us and manipulating C. A. HALEY, Mayor. trouble, time and expense. f,}
us we received no offices whatever.
Now we are getting some of the spoils,thoughfar 1 359 We are Agents for DEVLIN & CO., leading Clothiers of

from our pro rata share." New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail ,,-
The reasoning of the State, therefore how- receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our t
ever specious as regards the offices and their OY4f New and Popular resident New York buyer. kfJ.
unequal distribution between the white and
black: Readjusters, is likely to have no effecton .
the negroes so long as voters, whether ck' -F. I I> ]: D ,
white or black are made to believe that the ucyr srYI..ElSGENTS'
chief end of party organizations is to supply ((ROYAL :ypt W ) New>i York Office, 83 Walker Street, r FERNAMNA, FLORIDA. : ;
places to politicians; unless indeed that
paper can convince the negroes that its
friends are prepared to do better by them in FURMSHINGAND y
the distribution of the spoils than Mahone

and his white disciples have done. ? _ _ _ _ ,
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What the negroes need to be taught, if it RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
be possible to teach them such a lesson, is BUJ3J3EB OOODDS.
to give up the thought of living by office-i 1
holding. In the nature of things very few 1 MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE 1
of them can find a living in that way. To Ir INC=*'S fir..
the limited extent that offices have been be- _
stowed upon them, with rare exceptions, J
these offices have conferred on the holders Curiosity Variety StoreOffers FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
honor have
no ; brought reproach upon
their race and done much damage to the
public. Whittaker and Flipper got them.sch.es 4KlttGPOWDER a large and carefully selected ;
appointed cadets to West Ioint-with I ;
what result? Both disgraced themselvesand STOCK OF HOSIERY _
their race. A few years since a large
element in the Legislature of every Southern For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.HANRKR .
State was African, pure or mixed. No t
educated and intelligent negro need to be : : B.CI3IEF'S: ,
told how. in company with their white
allies, they acquitted themselves in these Silk, Linen, and Cotton.
high places. The credit which the freed-
Pure. V
men have done themselves since their Absolutely Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
emancipation, and cheerfully admit that
they have done themselves in the main POWDER never varies. A marvel Laces, Towels, Napkins,
:nnch-has been in the fields of labor andas THIS purity,strength and wholesomeness.More Dress Lining; Buttons,
law-abiding, sober and peaceable citizens economical than the ordinary kinds }
; not as politicians nor as officeholders. and cannot be sold in competition with the and Notions Generally.A .
And we verily believe that while it multitude of low test,short weight, alum or w;a

was a necessity for their protection that phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. new lot of LACK COLLARS and NECKTIES -
they should have been made voters and ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
jurors ,
just received and marked low. -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS .,a
it would have been better for them had 3S 100 Wall Street, New York. j
the temptation of office-holding never been CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1O8O T<)NS.
held out to them ; or held out only to suchas REMOVAL.MR. Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior.I STATE 01 TEXAS, 1,543 TONS. s i :

should of show themselves to be the possessors / L. C. A. LANGE, UPHOLSTERER, i I, CARONDELET, l, iO8 TONS.
quite exceptional qualifications. etc., begs to inform his customers that
Tallahassee Economist In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS. -
he has removed his place of business from
Centre Street to FIFTH STREET,next door t
fine variety.
Clean Tour Premises.To I to the residence of Mr. Patrick Kelly. 4

the Editor of the Mirror: he Thanking solicits a continuance the public for of the past same.patronage 27 FLORIDA AXD SEJ(1(I.TROPICAL CURIOSITIESA ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YOKK. -It

Believing your paper the best possible a i .
medium by which most of the citizens of JUST RECEIVED. i J "

i this city and their near neighbors can be A LARGE. SUPPLY OF the of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK 9 "'
reached, and having the honor of being Orders from Country Solicited. ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- "'- #

chairman of the most important committeesof FINE AND CHEAP MILLINERY, KIlN= sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. ;.
G-' S This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina<< and<< New i ; ,,
the City Council and Leghorn and Straw Hats, Feathers,
( Public
Improvements), and in view of the fact that Flowers, Satins, Laces, and Sun-Bonnets, at 17 tf Cor.-Centre;- and Fourth Sts. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.

we are menaced from without by various KING'S FANCY NOTION AND I I The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- ', 4

epidemic and contagious diseases, and the VARIETY STORE, SEA ISLAND ROUTE. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close "
Board of Health Council 28 Centre and Fourth Streets. connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
county L- ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. VtJ:, y
officers, all being diligently at work for the HO! FOR THE BEACH, JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
prevention or the introduction of these dis- THE j STEAMER RAILROAD for ALL. STATIONS and GULF: PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the

eases into this city, I beg to call the atten- AND A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe ,j_ ., ""V9H/.Q""- PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD s '

tion of every citizen to the fact that each three elegant Omnibuses of IcGinnis for LAKE WEIR. a.

one of them can do something to help along & Ilawson can be secured for private partieson rhoi TIIROUGII BILLS. OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. '

the cause by a thorough cleaning up of any day very reasonable terms,at any hour,either For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to .
or night.
and all places of the many kinds of rubbish, 20 McGINNIS & RAWSON.E. - R. 1"'. SOUTHWICK, Agent, : ,
not simply when ordered, or once a year or ( --- FERNANDINA FLORIDA.

month, but every day or week, either by LEROY JONES, :M.D., ST. ICIIOLAS'' C. H. MALLORY & CO., iBi4 f

burning up where it is safe, or by puttingthe Pier 20 East River, New York.
leave Fernandina for Savannah 51'i
rubbish in the street near the sidewalk, WILL Tues4ay, Thursday and Satur- r.

to be removed by the city day scavengercart Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, day mornings, arriving: at the latter place
which will haul it to some suitable the same evenings TO THE PUBLIO.
FERNANDINA, FLA. Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer-
place to burned up. The city owns the nandina on :Monday} Wednsday and Friday -
horse and cart, and the driver is instructedto Calls answered promptly day or night.,and at 8 a. m. ,
j in the introduction of
Medicine furnished without extra charge. The success which we have attained our
take anything of the kind from Monday Office hours:-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2 Deck Pass. without' Meals, $3.00
until Saturday whenever found in the and 7 to 8. 22 ly* Cabin f" 4.0O
i Brand Powder
street, or when his attention is called to it RIKART fc DAUPHIN, Excursion, ;" 7.00 Virgin Baking
by any citizen.
Through tickets told to New York, Phila-
Measures have been inaugurated by the FRENCH AND AMERICAN delphia,Boston, atd Baltimore. has by far exceeded our expectations; and now that we are entering upon the third :year
City Council for a thorough of For tickets and'state-rooms' at theCompany's
inspection apply
RESTAURANT of its sale we see before us a bright future and an increased demand for this, :
every part of the city very soon, and I sincerely office, foot of Centre Street.

hope that every citizen will join Foot of Centre Street, near Depot, J. MERCIER,
General! Passenger Agent.J. ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
heartily in this work, not only to keep out FERNANDINA FLA. N. HARRDIAN.anager.. ;.

contagious occupant of diseases a residence, but or that place each of owner businesswill or week. :g3 or Meals month.at all hours. Board by 14 the NEW IIiUSE i OPEN.- To dwell upon its merits would be unnecessary on our part, for those who have ,, '.

be ready and proud to invite any or all j i- once used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms. K .d r

of the inspectors to come in and see how VEGETABLE CRATES, We are the originators of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING POWDER, and

well they have performed their duty, so IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES, TOURIST HJOTEL, from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that i

that all may claim without fear of contra- at short notice, and IJERXAXDIXA, FJ.A., THE BEST. To this standard quality we shall continue to keep it. A Teaspoonful .

diction that we have the besttakencareofcity AT REASONABLE PRICES. is now open to the-public.: New and neatly of the VIRGIN BRAND suffices for a full quart of well-sifted<< ,
furnished located: in the most delightfulpart a
that has been heard from in the would be of inferior brands.SOLICITED..
yet of the island. j Large and sunny rooms.A Flour, where at least double that quantity required
State. Hoping that in case do not think 27 0. S. OAKES.
you good home for;parties wishing to stop a

this worthy to take up so much valuable Livery Stable at a Bargain.I few weeks or months in the South. A TRIAL ORDER IS .
day $10 week.
Terms to
-$2 $8 per
in per ;
space your paper (or, I might perhapssay offer at a bargain my entire establish- W.1; W. CLAY, Manager.The r.';
space in so tidy, dignified and valuablea ment in this city, consisting of Carriages I Ask your Grocer for the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING -

paper), you will at least give the people Buggies,Wagons, Carts Saddle and Carriage 1 rO"\VI>EIt, and take no other. :
Horses Harness etc. Strathmore Hotel,
some sort of recommendations in
connec- Terms of purchase, CAsa. on the finest beach in the world, will be S. GUCICENHEEVIER & ON.
tion with this subject that the matter demands G. F. AVERY. open every fine da!} for the accommodationof
I am, respectfully, Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom beach parties. Under the same management SAVANNAII, GA.. 'r
G. F. AVERY. Street Wharf. 46 j 10 ANGEL & FRIEND, Agents, Fernandina, rIa.T ..aY
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'I The article in our columns from the Aiken let them out and in, only be careful that the 1882. ] B;;:

;I Recorder notes an important movement door is shut, and they be not disturbed at

?1 t : : among the farmers of Barn well and adjacent night. They will not desert their new .
'c counties. The scheme of fruit, melon and homes. In this way those that'are cooped t ., '

;; vegetable farming is now fairly inaugurated, pick up over half their living-this gives : ..p TIHIIEFLORIDA _
F ) k ;,, and will stand or fall on its paying merits. them employment, which" is one of the : .:,; "..U"'J..; "," ;_ ."
h ,a Both parties the railroad and the farmers, secrets of egg production. '
t are alike interested in itssuccess, and doubt- SPAVIN CURE /'

I t t rlr- less will do all in their power to make lit COTTON ON TIlE ,TRUCK FARMS. i .. ." .' '1 ,
i succeed.
') Mr.:: McRee:: ofLowndes Con
H;,, We have frequently had occasion to nty originator !
.I urge
of the truck farm'business in that section'and
j, upon our people the importance of diversify ,
who has been the most
their This of truck is success- t
t ing crops. farming ful planter in his section, gives it as his experience tt.i. MIRROR :
one of the most profitable. Whenever it is t.e
that preparing land for profitable -:::: ...
: and there facilities for reaching
practicab.e, are -
truck farming, so far from impairing for cot- : -
l' a market it offers
: r. great advantages.
ton vastly it and that where he
When everything is favorable there are T1E MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY .
better chances for profit in that than in risking once produced one' bale of cotton to three er discovered, as it is certain in its .
r acres of land, he now produces a bale to the effecU and does not blister. READ PROOF
; every thing on staple crops, which if they
acre, planting after his vegetable crops. BEL(?W.
P fail from bad other
.. seasons or any cause, ,
Though formerly a cotton planter, :Mr.:\ McReeis "
leave the farmer
embarrassed. But this is a >
more intricate business than simple cotton now an enthusiastic truck farmer, and he S ''ftIr.J
Safecl Him EA
.i ; and considers that the truck business has redeemed -
planting, requires good judgment and .
,.. r a clear head. The greater variety of things him from a life of drudgery and 1, ADAMS, N. Y., January 30, 1882. ";" ,
.. to be cultivated, each requiring special anxiety and made him independent and ,Dr. B.J. Kendall & Co.: '- -
3.t : knowledge for the best results ; the kind of happy. He has cleared more than $50 dollars GEN'XS: -Having used a good deal of your -
things most wanted and that will pay best; per acre on every acre he ever planted in Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I .
i f, t. the best mode of gathering, preparing and melons ranging as high as $250 per acre, thought I would let you know what it has .,'

shipment ; all these must be taken into consideration : from his first crop of twelve acres eight years done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya ," ; ,. .
> ;
i ; and neglect of such particulars' ago to his large area last year. One year he colt Sis was ever raised in Jefferson county.'Vheri'I ', '
: entail cleared $610 on one acre of cucumbers, and him he
may loss. Like all other kinds of was breaking kicked over
, business, as it becomes more complicated it last year he cleared $400 on one acre of cab- the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his

Ia. ; will require more brains to carry it through. bages. It is noticeable that :Mr. :McRee hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best ., ,,.
;fit charges all cost of fertilizing the land to his farriers all said he -
: Truck farming must necessarily be a limited bnttthey was spoiled.He .
#, '' vegetable crops, so that whatever else he had -tt- -I
business. It must be confined to the a very large thorough-pin, and I
, ', lines of|railroads and water courses, where plants on the same land is clear of that ex used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
k i! quick transportation can be obtained. To pense. In this way, while he gathers a bale Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off, and 0
the large majority of farmers who are not of cotton to the acre from the land preparedfor he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have

b I S thus favorably situated, the staple crops of the vegetables the expense is borne by used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, and
: the country must be the chief resource. Our the latter and covered by their large profits. it has always cured completely and left the 0

}; : \. great staple is at hand for the poorest farmer. Savannah News. leg smooth.It .

E, 'k' We can hardly estimate the great blessing it is.a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
is in its admirable adaptation to our climate, "SEED" POTATOES.So I have recommended it to a good many, and
L 1S i and its easy culture. Only let the farmer I far as the experience of one year can they all say it does the work. I was in With- o

( .4 bear in mind that his means of living, his determine, Dr. Sturtevant feels warranted in erington &Kneeland's drug store, in Adams, td;
'. food both for his family and his animals, is asserting that all the data that he possessesgo the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou
# the first consideration, and for that he must to show that the character of the seed sent them. I tried to huy it, but could H 0Pd
1 : i make the most certain provision. After that used is an important determining factor of not; they said if I would write to you that

I i ik is secured then let him apply all his other the crop gained ; that single eyes have you would send me one. I wish you would,
4 labor to cotton. If this where the usual yielded better results than whole potatoes and I will do you all the good I can.

!, ; I plan (as it should be) we would hear no used as seed, and that the form of the cut- Very, respectfully E. S. LYMAN.
more of too much cotton." The more cotton ting seems more influential than the size of fcJOB

, i I we can raise, after ample provision is the cutting. In the experiments carried on Kendall's Spavin Cure.
r made for food, the better for the farmer and under glass, under circumstances which give
for the whole Charleston warmth of soil and }{ _
country.- News. aniformity of conditions, OX II UJI AX FLESH. -- = : a
together with the soil richer and in better

r. physical condition than is usually obtainable : VEVAY IXD., August 12, 1881.
; /p in the field, he has obtained results which Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
t There are few persons caring anything for seem to indicate that under these circum- GE ;Sample of circulars received to-

y, ,tf, plants who do not have a calla lily. Many : stances the size of the seed and the growth of day. Please send me some with my imprint,
f t' will have one in preference to any other the top seem to have no correlation. The printed on one side only. The Kendall's;
S plant. It is largely grown for winter flowers, small seed may give large top, and the large Spavinj.Cure} is in excellent demand with us,
1' : "and is of the easiest culture. It is a native seed small top or vice versa, the character of and not only for animals but for human

1- P, of the Cape of Good Hope, and was named the growth seeming to be more influencedby ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the r .
I' after L. C. Richard, a French botanist, hence the position which the eve held upon the leading farmers in our county, sprained an "
,, t itsbotanical name-RicJiardia dll apica. It potato than by its size. Al of his data go to ankle liadly, and knowing the value of the BOOK: ..LANDa ::
was first brought into England in 1731. The show that the roots thrown out by the shoot remedy;! for horses,tried it on )himself, and it ; :'>",

'' popular name, calla, was given to it by absorb their nutriment for the plant from did far[better than he had expected; cured -.".I
" Pliny. The calla blooms during winter and the ground, rather than that the plant absorbs the sprain in very short order.
spring I and is much used for Easter decorations nutriment from the seed. In no case Youn* respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.

r 4 .' the flowers usually being abundant has he found the structure of the seed broken Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All
,I ? about that time. It is sometimes called down through absorption, and when des- druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
', Easter lily and lily of the Nile. It needs truction of the seed has occurred,it has come will bQ? sent to any address on receipt of
. ; h' rich: moist !soil: plenty of water and light ; about through ordinary decay, commencingat price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KENDALL
1t t ;; and, although it does well with little heat, the extremities.-Rural New Yorker. ;.&; CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. PRINTING HOUSE
.J I the higher temperature it can have the Send:for Illustrated Circular. ,
; ; t better. It is often seen in aquaria, where A Loss PREVENTED.-:Many:\ lose their beauty Sold all
i : it is grown in almost pure water. from the hair falling or fading. Parker's by Druggists.

' ? i After the plants are through flowering Hair Balsam supplies necessary nourishment, :I' ,
they should oe given a season of rest, say prevents falling and grayness and is an elegant STOVES TIN-WARE ETC.
y, x ,a E r. from June or July to September. Turn the dressing.A ,

I pot on its side in shady place and gradually ; v. P. STREETY,
f withhold the water from it. In September BIG SUCCESS.-" My wife was in bed two

i J repot in fresh soil. After it has started years with a complication of disorders her Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, Beech Street Opposite Egmont Hotel
, ,, growing give plenty of water and light. physician could not cure, when I was led ,
:.f.' I, They can be grown and flowered all the to try Parker's Ginger Tonic. It was a big ; FERNANDINA, FLA.
; year round if the plants are repotted ash success. Three bottles cured her, at a cost ofa '
often as necessary, but it is following nature dollar and fifty cents, and she is now as --.'---" .:>- .'';
,. t more closely to give a month or so of rest; strong as any woman.-R. D. Buffalo. .J -
they flower better for it. The leaves should
g L,1 be washed syringed occasionally to keep Everybody is using, and everybody is re-

them free from dust. Callas are propagated commending to everybody's friends, Brown's '
a ;+ by offsets, which are taken from the parent Iron Bitters as a reliable iron medicine, a Y FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
; ;t bulb at the time of potting. These bulblets true tonic. 'ti -
't are grown in pots for a season before they
'' large enough to flower started and
are or
In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
; in small until and then
a ; i grown pots spring, ,
,;: ,' ; planted in the open ground they will make Circuit Florida. 1I +
a t, 1 good-sized bulbs by fall. Before frost they FRED W. HOYT and W. 0. JEFFREYS, NM
' i' ; \ are lilted, rested for a month or so, and Partners as Fred W. Hoyt & Co., ,
'; 1 started for spring sales or Easter flowers.I I versusR. -.> '. ..
hf', I t There is a variety more dwarf than the D. FOX and S. L. BURNS, Partners as ,
r common kind, by the name of calla ethiopica Fox & Burns.
I nana; it is said by some to be a better -
variety. Richardia alba maculata is a species UNDER
I .
c, issued in the Fourth Judi- .. .
with foliage spotted with white it makes
i ; a cial Circuit in and for Nassau Flor- STOVES HEATERS RANGERS
County, ,
The flowers white
I showy are like
rlant. ida in suit wherein Fred
W. and
.; those 0 calla, but smaller and with a a Hoyt ]- TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
\V. 0. and R. D. Fox
Jeffreys are plaintiffs
;, purple throat. They come into flower
R, I a and S. L. Burns are defendants, I have lev- ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
;' : t month or two later and continue during
ied and will sell at auction in
public ,
t summer. The bulbs should be kept dry upon PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
front of the Court-House in the city of Fer-
t during winter, and started in spring. The
flowers of the calla lily are worth during nandina, on the first :Monday of July, 1883, A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
; i' the winter from 5 to 10 cents each, running being the second day of said month, all of call, and compare my prices with those of
r t up to 20 or 25 cents at Easter.-New York Section 27, Township 3 North, Range 26 other hooises, here or elsewhere. Having added NEW TYPE AND NEW PRESSES to our office, and having
t East-648 acres; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, E. i of
r Tribune. -_____ ___ S.W. i Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 25 E.-495 acres ; SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to use the same we are now
W. i S.E. J Sec. 23 T. 3 N. R. 26 E.-495
? MOVABLE liEN-COOP. i prepared to do any and every kind of printing
acres: N. i S.'V.l Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 25 E.-
A correspondent, who has had a varied 483 acres; S. i Sec. 10, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-320 j THE FLORIDA ,

,. experience with poultry, writes as follows acres; E. i (except 50 acres) in S.E. corner > w .
: to the Cincinnati Gazette of a portable coop, of Sec. 21, T. 3 N., R. 26 E. Levied upon as T OW* IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Fernandina .1
} and the advantages of its use. He thinks it the property of Fox & Burns, to satisfy said ., ,
'I ; ,r the best plan he ever hit upon :" judgment, together with interest and cost of !j ,

"The scantling are clear yellow poplar, suit. Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.J. .
,, *, dry, li by 2 inches. The coops are 12 feet A. ELLERMANN, I ,
I i long, 5 feet 6 inches wide at bottom, and 3 Sheriff Nassau County. Towns on R. R. Line,
h feet 3 inches at top; corner post 4 feet long. Fernandina, Fla., June 1, 1883. I
The rails let in on the corner
a are post one-
a half an inch to steady them, and three eight- Commissioner's Sale. 1 I And Cedar Key. FROM A VISITING CARD TO A 500-PAGE BOOK,
#, ''y i penny fencing nails in each post. The door e
( is in the centre of the front end, extending VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE 1,
t'j.: to crosspiece overhead. On this piece in BY Hon. H. J. Baker, County Judge of
the centre nail a stout inch board fifteen Nassau County, Florida, I will sell to the Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
t inches above the top, or high enough to highest bidder, in front of the CourtHousedoor
make the roof one-fourth pitch, so as to cut of Nassau County, on the first :Monday: number of the most eligible and desirable "

to ,y a plaster lath in the middle and make a cov in July, A. D. 1883, the following real estate '. ".' .
: M :" ering. In the centre of the back end allow belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Brad- Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for -_._,I:S .
ijc (, piece to extend from bottom to top, dock deceased, situate Iving and being in
your :
? City or Suburban Residences, : -<' AS NEATLY AND AS CHEAP AS ANY OFFICE IN THE STATE.
s i ? matching the one in front of your scantlings the county of Nassau and State of Florida, ,
< r lengthwise, leaving a sharp corner rip. described as follows: Forty acres of the
t Then the two sides have the I UPON EASY TERMS.:: .
necessary slope. Francis Wood Grant, which said forty acres ,
Slope the top side rail to match. Now cover are bounded on the East by Section fifteen I II I
,.} three and one-half feet of the back with ((15)), and on the North by lands of the Flor- Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to I

light shingles, the remainder with plasterer's ida Railroad Company, and on the West by parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- '..H'....:; '' .. I,
lath, suitable distance apart. the main run of Summerlin branch ; all in \ S i

t, j Make a door or gate of lath, hang it, Section forty-two ((42)), Township two ((2)), rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- ', ,." < -, ..
have a good strong latch. Put a good strong North of Range twenty-five ((25)) East. ., : ,. .,
Jt pin in the back, and two pointing together Sold for distribution. Purchaser to pay erty purchased: substantial improvementsfor -- ,
tt u in the front corner posts. They must be for titles. I ?f"I "' _-'_

movable, so as not to interfere with the free J. A. EDWARDS, residence, or in which to conduct their .,. '
t' of the door. nest each side ,. .,
use Hang a on Commi sioner. ; : '.,'
of the door. In the centre of the covered Fernandina, Fla., June 1, 1883. business. -
;' part, crosswise, hang a good stout roosting
.pole on tarred wire. One cock and six hens NOTICE.SIX INDUCEMENTS TO' MANUFACTURERS -
live and fare sumptuously here. It matters
$. not what breed. Two men will carry them WEEKS AFTER DATE WILL by exemption for a term of years from

\\fa anywhere. During the breeding season to the Judge of the County Courtin gST- Don't send your orders PRINTING, BINDING and RULING to offices out.
they are moved each evening. You can ana }for the County of Nassau, Fla., for taxation, offered by the several cities and
'' keep them close together, or you can take letters of administration on the estate of side the State. Orders for either will receive prompt attention from us. Address
;. them to a distant field, where some of you Nelson Parker, deceased. Apply l\JIRROR,
pass each day, and set them to housekeeping F. C. SUHRER. ,

allowing them free range. After they Fernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. 6t 'Offiqe cor. Beach & 7th sts., Fernandina. octa : FERN:INDI..i, FL.t.


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PEACE BETWEEN CHILI AND PERU from the forecastle headed by Neptune, DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC --ffT ,,, $& Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE, a

After four years of war, two years after who wore a long beard made of oakum, tt PARKER'S the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida

the fall of Lima and the end of organized which descended almost to his waist, and :ESTAI3LIsII3CD: 1875. HAIR Central and Western Railroad.

warfare, a treaty of peace has been signedby accompanied by Amphitrite, who was personated Through tickets via this line at the Com.
General Iglesias on the part of Peru and by the ugliest man iu the ship, --:-- ., BALSAM. pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 z
Scnor Novoa. the Chilian peace commissioner dressed in a gown and jacket lent by one of A perfect dress' West Bay ::)

::i at Lima. So far from desiring an unnecessary the; lady passengers, and who carried an DRUGS and MEDICINES 3 ing.elegantlyperfumed Street.WILLIAM O. AMES, ;
prolongation of the war, the enormous fan made of canvas. He was followed and harm- '] Passenger Agent,
less. Removes
Chilian Government sent peace commissioners by his surgeon carrying a smelling dandruff Jacksonville. Fla.
with the army that took Lima, with bottle, the cork of which was full of pins; natural color restores and W. M. DAVIDSON, ,

the object of obtaining their demands with- his barber with a razor two feet long, made HORSEY &r CO., prevents baldness General Manager,

out risking the destruction of the Peruvian out of hoop-iron; assistant barber with a 60 rent and $.1Iaa Jacksonville, Fla.j. .
capital. But no leader of the Peruvians lather brush, and a body-guard of six stal- t' al drllUia&a. s. MCELROY,

seemed to have had the courage to make wart policemen. Arriving aft, Neptune introduced : HOB1STOHCOLOGNE. Master Transportation, L

peace, so necessary to save Peru from utter his wife to the captain, and they -1 I PHARMACISTS 1= Tallahassee, Fla.
anarchy outside the Chilian lines, until both i received a glass of grog to drink theQueen's .
health. Then, telling the'captain
now General Iglesias has long been the most be had a number of persons to shave, the grant A*txqihlldy ptifuiii withucerUoulJ1laa&iaC TIME CARD
Centre Street
procession retired, and Neptune issued orders -
powerful leader in Northern Peru, and hisinfluence propcrtici.Si .
has gradually extended southward to his police to bring the neophytes UtI It Cft&a.PARKER'S FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR
until he controls and represents fivesixthsof forward, who were dragged up singly. The FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, RAILROADAND

the population of that country. He has luckless individual was first seated on a

organized a Congress at Cajamarca, and is stool, and asked his name and place of birth. constantlyon hand a fine assort-
practically at the head of whatever govern- On opening his mouth to reply, the lather KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR- CINCER TONIC FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

ment Peru may be said to have, althoughAdmiral brush full villainous soapsuds was pushed EIGN and DOMESTIC An Invigorating Medicine that Never Intoxicate In Effect January 7th, 1883.
has small into it. When removed he was revived by
a following in This delicious combination of
the smelling bottle being placed to his nose Ginger. Buchu GOING SOUTH.
Southern Peru, with a Congress convenedat Mandrake Stillingia.and 1 many other of the best ar
Arequipa, unfavorably known in Pe- with force usually sufficient to draw blood. Drugs and Chemicals, vegetable remedies known. cures all disorders of Leave Fernandina...................._. 8.00 a.m. r
ruvian annals as the city of revolutions. His face was then well lathered, and scraped the bowels stomach liver kidneys and lungs&is Leave Hart's Road...................._ 8.42a.m.

Feeling the necessity of putting an end to with the razor,and a bucket of water thrown Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines The But and Sorest Cough Cure Ever U zd. Leave Callahan.......................... 9.48 a.m. -,

a hopeless struggle, which was destroyingthe over him. As he made his retreat he was If you are suffering from Female Complaints Leave Dutton....................... ....10.15 a.m.

country and giving it up to anarchy, thoroughly drenched with the fire-hosespe- Nervousness, \Vakefulncss Rheumatism Dyspepsia Leave Brandy Branch ................10.30 a.m.
General Iglesias sent an envoy to Lima to cially rigged for the occasion. Proprietary and Fancy Goods, ,age or any disease or infirmity,take Parker's Leave Baldwin............................11.05 a.m.

make terms with the Chilian peace commis The doctor was one of the first to be oper- and Ginger give Tonic.new It life will and strengthen vigor. brain and body Leave Maxville..........................11.32 a.m. '

sioner. A treaty of peace was the result of ated on, and caused a great deal of amuse- FINE TOILET ARTICLES, 100 you DOLLARS: Leave Highland..........................11.55 a.m. a

these negotiations ; its bases were the absolute ment, for being completely bald, his head Paid for anything injurious found in Ginger Tonicor Leave Lawtey ....................._.....12.15 p.m.

cession of the province of Tarapaca to formed a splendid field to work upon, the PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., for a I failure to help or cure. Leave Temples..........................12.30p.m. '
Chili, and the provisional cesssion of the whole] of his head and face being impartially $1 Me.Slit.and Send$1 for tiiM circular at dealer toHiicox In drag A Co.Lam,lAW nvinff mS1,1 tartar. Arrive Starke............................12.34 p.m. "

province of Tacna to Chili for ten years, at lathered. IN GREAT VARIETY. Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m.
the end of which time the people of the The fourth engineer, who, though some Leave Thurston ........................n 1.06 p.m. ,
province should decide b)' popular vote time at sea, had never crossed the line before I. obtained for Arrive Waldo] ............................. 1.30p.m. ; ,1

whether they would be Chilian or Peruvian shut himself up in his room and vowed Physicians'' Prescriptions PATENTS for new inventions Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35p.m.
or improvements in old
citizens, and the country chosen should pay he would] not be shaved ; but his door was carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at ones. Caveats, Infringements TradeMarksand Leave Gainesville........................ 2.27p.m.
$10,000,000 to the other as the indemnity for forced by some vigorous kicks, and he was : all business Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m. ;
its territorial loss. dragged out by the stalwart police and put reasonable prices. INVENTIONS THAT promptly HAVE attendedto. Leave Batton.............................. 2.57 p.m. :
In thus devoting his great personal influ- through the whole ceremony, amidst the REJECTED still in Leave Archer.............'................. 3.15 p.m.
most be
ence to rescuing his country from ruin, laughter of all the spectators.One DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. ented by us. may Being opposite, the cases U., S. Pat-pat- Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50 p.m.

General Iglesias has done for Peru what of the steerage passengers caused a i ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- Leave Otter Creek........................ 4.27 p.m. 11 ;
Thiers did for France when it lay prostrateat good deal of fun, for just as he was seated I PALMER BRO'S, NESS EXCLUSIVELY Leave Rosewood...... ................._ 5.02 p.m.

the feet of Germany, what Lee and John- on the stool his girl rushed forward and attempted I! ents in less time than those, we who can are secure remote pat- Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.35. p.m.
to rescue him, crying out "You
son did for the South when it became apparent ," from Washington.When GOING NORTH.
shall not touch darling Johnny. She I-4
that further resistance was useless was held back, however, and dear Johnnyput Inventors send model or sketch, Leave Cedar Key......................... 7.25 a.m. .
and foolish. through the ordeal. PHARI TA CISTS we make search in the Patent Office, and Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05 a.m. '

The envoy of Iglesias carried the treaty to Some parties purchased their freedom witha I advise as to its patentability free of charge Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m. 4'' .t
where General its -- II 11 II II 11111
Cajamarca, Iglesias signed couple of bottles of grog; but very few :. --- II Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- Leave Bronson................. ........... 9.22a.m. c

ratification; it ratified was then the sent Chilian to Santiago Govern-, were allowed to do so, in order not to spoil able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT- Leave Archer............................. 9.52 a.m.

where it was by the proceedings.In Centre Street,!;near Depot, ENT IS OBTAINED.We Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m. .. ,
and 24th
and ment, formally communicated promulgated May cable to, all about a dozen were shaved, and the i! .> i* refer by permission to the City Post- Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m. ';

Chilian officially in by countries.We affair concluded shortly before eight, after FERNANDINA < FLORIDA. master, and to the Superintendent of the Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m. p
representatives foreign causing a vast amount of amusement and Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m.
consider the extent of the
territorial may accessions now of Chili the and making a very agreeable break in the monotony -! ington. For special references, circular,service Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m.

by and war of a long vo'age.-Fernandina Social ABSOLUTELY PURE terms, etc., address Leave Thnrston.........................12.24 p.m. r
the relative losses of Peru Bolivia in :!
CM Journal. ; C. A. SNOW & CO., Arrive Starke............................12.38 p.m.
territory and population, not of course t Opp.Patent Office. Washington, D.C. 2tf Leave Starke................................ 1.00 p.m rt:
the loss life side.
of either )
counting on SURROUNDED BY INDIANS. DOMESTIC ANI IMPORTED Leave Temple's........................... 1.09p.m.
The last of Peru its
census ((187G) gives HORACE DREW Leave Lawtey............................ 1.33p.m. i,,
2,609,905 exclusive of Indians
estimated population as ( DRUGS AN n CHEMICALS Leave Highland......................... 1.55 p.m.
miles.at 350,000)The ) ; its area as 503,718 .NACORI WAITING FOR TilE SAVAGE ONSLAUGHT. -- Tookseller. Stationer, Leave Maxville.......................... 2.19 p.m. "
square and same census gives : -*-* Printer and Binder. Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.43 p.m. ": '
area population of the provinces of TOMBSTONE ARIZONA June 2. Advices to
Tacna and follows Standard Patent :Medicines, Leave Baldwin .......-.................. 2.53p.m. ,1
Tarapaca as : the Epitaph from the Mexican headquartersat iI School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m. '

Area. Population. Oposura say that, on May 28, couriers arrived i Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35p.m. y; .
Tacna......................... A SPECIALITY.
.20,100 36,019 I TOILET
there bringing the alarming] intelligence Fancy Leave Callahan.......................... 4.25p.m. d: ,
.15,920 42,002
Leave Hart's Road.
...................... 5.15 p.m. '
that the Indians had appeared in forceat #3- Liberal discounts to Teachers and Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50
Total................. .....36,020 78,021 Naoori on Thursday- last. The authori- PERFUMERY, Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on p.m.
ties there had asked for reinforcements.I application. Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR F
Thus Peru loses 7 per cent of its territoryand They were afraid of being attacked at 59 W. BAY STREET
any ,
3 cent of its last etc.
per population, as per
moment. Only thirty soldiers, consisting of t JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
census, by this treaty of peace. State troops under Lieutenant Jesus Maria DIVISION. t'

The last census of Bolivia ((1839) gives its Morence, are at present stationed there. Sf Especial and careful attention paidto GOING SOUTH. ''
population as 1,957,352 (exclusive] of Indians RAILROADS.
When the courier .
left the
Indians kill-
estimated at 150,000 to 500,000)) ; its ing cattle within six hundred were PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by Leave Waldo Junction............... 1.40 p.m. : R
area as 842,739 square miles. The Bolivian yards of the an experienced Druggist.3&r Leave Dixie................................. 2.02p.m. .
town. The Indians
] all dismounted FLORAL
Litoral, reannexed Chili on account of and had were nearly fled from the- MR. RABB, the =Manager; will sleep CITY ROUTE. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 2.20p.m. '
the violation of the treaty_ ceding_ it to Bolivia evidently Leave Lochloosa.......................... 2.38 p.m. ", ',
Sierra Madres to from General Crook. over the store and wilt to all calls FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN
respond R.R.
has an area ot about IUVUU, square nines escape Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m.
and a population (in 1882)) estimated at 19-, and me savages appeared to oe wen armed, I at ni bt. 51 -- Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31p.m.
it is surmised that their from rl;
I 13th
500. Thus Bolivia loses only 1 per cent. of the departure May 1883. Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00p.m.
its population and territory by the reincor-I mountain partook more of the nature ofa /COMMENCING this date, Trains on this Leave Ocala................................. 4.30p.m. e
poration of the Bolivian Litoral with Chili.It tle.stealthy The flame-lit retreat than a positive rout in bat- Professional and Business Cards. \J road and its connection will run as follows Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m. .
distance from
should be remembered that, though the sky some : Arrive Wildwood....................... 5.45p.m. r r
town betokened that the red skins were
province of Tacna has a preponderance of DR. W. E. SNYDER, WESTWARD.No. GOING NORTH.
burning all the houses and barns in their 1'0.1. a ,:
Peruvian-born inhabitants
of the inhabitants of the great of Tara-mass path after massacreing any hapless inmates c::> Accom. Mail. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00 a.m.

were Chilian-born at province the close of the whom they might have surprised, and appropriating az Leave Jacksonville....... 6.00 p m 9.30 a m Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35 a.m. .

paca war. The Peruvian had everything of value which met C':> Arrive Baldwin ............ 7.15pm 10.13am Leave Ocala................................. 9.00a.m. : ,

centrated an army of government 10,000 to 15,000 con- their fancy. An officer reported seeing, H :>= 0= Lake City...........11.45: p m 1.00 p in Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18a.m. t

in that province"before the declaration troops of with the aid of a spyglass, a flaxenhairedboy Live Oak............ 1.25am 2.18pm Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.46a.m.

war it decreed the in the midst of the renegades. If so, a"jt': Madison ............ 3.35am 4.03pm Leave Orange Lake .....................10.13a.m.
of all Chilian-
born; residents from Peruvian soil the estimated the child was doubtless the captive survivor "":I _...,_ Drifton............... 5.25am 5.30pm Leave Lochloosa................... .....10.39a.m. 1n
number thus from; of terminated parents. The braves seemed ". =-" Monticello ......... 5.55am 5.50pm Leave Hawthorne........................10.57 a.m. M :p
alone is estimated at expelled Tarapaca to be loaded down with plunder, and their .:.I ZX2 Tallahassee......... 7.00am 7.00pm Leave Dixie.................................11.15 a.m. ,.

and children. This 40,000 is ,not including the place women to- antics furnished ground for the belief that .. Leave Tallahassee......... 7.25pm Arrive Waldo Junction...... ..........11.35a.m.

describe the barbarity of an act more inhuman I most of them were fired with liquor. If 20 Arrive Quincy .............. 8.40 pin Trains daily, except Sunday. ? +fi
than the expulsion of the Jews from such was the case their onslaught would be OPERATIONS ; years' Chatta. River..... 9.40pm
charges reasonable. Sets } ?
all the more ferocious and difficult to re- Leave River Junction... 9.40
Spain ; suffice it to say that had to of Teeth Gold Celluloid Rubber and pm W Y [r
]leave at three hours' notice, and many to traverse pulse. Everybody in the town was under on or Arrive Marianna........... 11.23 pm FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. ;t
set warranted to fit refunded.
the desert of Atacama, where their line of arms, and determined to sell their lives as every. Loose or Sets money and- Pensacola........... 6.35 a in GOING SOUTH. r '
dearly as possible, if worse came to worse. or ill-looking re-set, Montgomery..... 8.50pm t
march be Leave
traced their bones. Fernandina..ll.3.5 .
may by made Consultationsand a.m. 6.15 i
Conspicuous among these stoical] defenderswere entirely satisfactory. Mobile.............. 4.25 p.m.
The material interests and industries of advice free, and willingly 10 pm Leave Hart's Road......12.05 p.m. 6.55 p.m. m
several women, who seemed not a whit given. New Orleans...... 10.15pm
the Bolivian Litoral in 1879 were entirely t Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00 8.00p.m.
Chilian. Under of treaties abashed and as resolute] as the men. It was Houston........... 6.50am p.m.
guarantees be-' almost impossible to form any estimate of WM. B. C. DURYEE, GOING NORTH.
tween Bolivia and Chili-made in 1866 72 s
the strength of the but EASTWARD.No. Leave Jacksonville.... '
and savages, the band 9.00a.m. 3.35p.m.
1874 by which Chili relinquished her No. 2. ;
was believed to number MERCHANT Leave Hart's Road.....
hundred. 9.35
claim to that district in consideration of the over a GENERAL COMMISSION Accom. Mail. a.m. 4.01 p.m. ;

exemption of Chilian industries therein from Incessant vigilance was maintained, but Arrive Jacksonville....... 6.40am 4.30 pm Arrive Fernandina.....10.40a.m. 5.00p.m.
there seemed hardly a doubt but the night CENTRE ST., NEARR.; R. DEPOT, Trains double daily except Sunday. i '
taxation and .
export duties for twenty-five Baldwin..... ..... 5.15am 3.48pm .
would be marked of the ]
'ears-the Autofagasta Nitrate Company by one most bloody Lake City........... 1.20am 12.47pm SUNDAY: TRAINS. ..rt
encounters of the FERNANDINA
had been organized in Valparaiso] and the news from General campaign.No Crook has been : LiveOak............11.40pm 11.34am Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.45a.m. dy

silver mining companies of Caracoles. The at these headquarters. Had received Corn Oats Madison ............ 9.30 pm 10.08am Arrive Fernandina.....................11.10 a.m.

nitrate company alone had invested $6,000- been an it would be known there Hay, Drifton............... 7.20 pm 8.23am Leave Fernandina.......................5.00 p.m. ,

000 in its works, railroad and docks at Auto- here, as Colonel engagement Bandola, who is commanding JAMES JIcGIFFIN Monticello ......... 7.45pm 8.50am Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25 p.m. p{
fagasta, 2,000 Chilian laborers were employee has Tallahassee......... 5.30pm 6.45am

in its works and nitrate beds, and its profits the,Sierra scouts Madres.constantly Reinforcements reconnoitering CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Leave Tallahassee........ 7.00 a m

exceeded $3,000,010 in 1879. At Caracoles] been have Arrive Quincy.............. 5.30 a m CONNECTIONS. '
seventeen silver mines had been sent to Nacori, and news is hourly ex- Leave Chatt'chee River 4.30 ;
successfully a m
Alachua between
pected.IT Street, Second and Third,
developed.from which ; Arrive River Junction.. AT FERNANDINA
1,116,712 poundsof 4.60 a m : : FLA.,

silver were taken from 1871 to 1876, at an has been said that FERNANDINA FLA. Marianna......... 2.28am With New York and Fernandina Steam- ;
average annual cost of$1,000,000. A French of Florida has two Orders and estimates from a distance care- Leave Pensacola........... 7.30pm ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 : =p
s:1"ant1.: Chas Wiener visited this crops year, one oranges and the etherof attended Leave ..... 8.30
district Yankee boarders. It is the fully to. j 25-tf Montgomery am a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New a .1
in 1S76, and described the population as follows ]- third however possibilities ofa Leave Mobile............... 2.00pm York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m. .
(XIX Siecle for June, 1879)) : "Out of that term crop in, its literal,]namely,that sugar, using O. S. OAKES, Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m or 5.50 p.m.

twenty inhabitants there are seventeen Chi- have attracted the attention sense,of the seem English to CONTRACTOR s Leave Houston............ 6.15pm With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- ; .',.
lians, one Peruvian, one European and one Trains 1 and 2 Trains and nah and i
Bolivian capitalists who are investing heavily in the AND [BUILDER, daily ; 3 4 daily Sunday, Wednesday Friday.
colonel. The colonel
is the i
authority x
peninsula State. The region is one of enor- except Sunday. AT CALLAHAN.To r
the Chilians work, the European SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola.
mous transactions in IANUFActURF.sDOORS
estate. To
one and from Savannah and Charleston
trades and he at
commands.-Boston Ilerall.OROSSIA.O .
drainage company the State sold few AND WINDOW\ FRAMES SLEEPING CARS Tallahassee to Pensacola.
a 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.
years ago, four million acres in a lump and j CONNECTIONS.At : .
THE LINE. this company in turn sold] two million acres Post Office OF ALL SIZES. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by AT BALDWIN, FLA., ; t

On the 15th of March, 1881, the mail in one to lot a body of English and Dutch Box 174. i No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and P
!steamer Leibcitz, bound from Southamptonand capitalists. By canalling, in which the Am- jan4 {i Fernandina, Fla] all points North and East; with the Fernan- 2.43 p.m.

Liverpool to the Brazils, crossed the sterdam party are probably experts, these dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- HAWTHORNE, .
line and, permission having been obtained two companies have already made dry and LOUIS A. C4 LANGE, dina ; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka] at 10.37 a.m. and 2.20 5

from the captain, preparations were made to susceptible of cultivation vast tracts in the TTPHOLSTERER. the St. Johns River. p. m. s'y
celebrate the occasion in the usual manner. region of Lakes Tohopekaliga and Kissim- U SADDLE AND HARNESS-MAKER At Baldwin, by No. 1 with Florida Tran- AT WILDWOOD.
The ship actually crossed the line about mee, which were once regularly flooded sit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville,
With Line
to and from
Stage Brooksville
11:30 from the lake drains Foot of Centre Street, Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Gull :
: a. m., but the festivities were post- during the rainy sea and Tampa daily except Sunday.
poned till the second dog watch, from 6 to son. The two companies, it is reported, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Ports. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg ,
s in the evening, when more of the crew may eventually control, partly by purchaseand Furniture repaired in the best manner. At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida daily except Sunday.
were at leisure.In partly by contracts with the State giving Hair Mattresses made to order at short & Western Railroad. #

the morning the time-honored joke of them a specified share of all lands drained, notice. I 36 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., f "

stretching a hair across the object glass of a more than ten million acres in the southern ; Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -

telescope was played on an unsuspecting part of the peninsula. The preparation of! W. K. BAUKNIGIIT, urdays.At for Key West, Monday and Thursday

f Passenger, who had been very assiduous in much of this land for sugar culture will goon AGE ;r, Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- p. m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and ;
cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna.
its inquiries and meanwhile colonization from Pen- Friday.
as to the exact time of cross- Eng- WHOLESALE AfD RETAIL 1.:
JUg. The prepared glass was handed to him, land has begun. Florida is looking for a AND STOCK! DEALER sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key s
and after taking a long look he enthusiastically great agricultural future.-New York Sun. BUTCHER and all points in the West, Southwest and West and Havana, every Saturday 4 p. m.;
l ANIDialer Northwest-forming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans Friday at 4 !
exclaimed : "I see it ; I see the line every p. m.
!1" in Ice QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates x
distinctly when a roar of laughter told "My dear sir. replied the debtor, "I
him he had been "sold," and he retired in wantto reserve my grandmother's tombstone. TENNESSEE BEEF SPECIALTY, points; and with the Central and People's etc., apply to
Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for
A. O.
confusion. It has not been put up yet, and stands in the BROOM: STREET WHARF. MAcDONELL,
and and
Punctually six Apalachicola, Tuesdays Saturdaysfor Gen'l1icket: and Pass.Agent.D. fi
a procession advanced barn. 19-tf FER ANDINA FLA.
Columbus and Eufaula. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21'fHE





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',t. R : 1 THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Accident to the "Athlete." I The City Council. No. 5-John C. Wilson, Harley B. Jones, Notice of StocMiolders' ..Meetlnn---

1 of the Councilwas J. B. Jones. A of
"' J Theregular meeting City meeting the stockholders of
the Fer.
SHE BLOWS OUT HER CYLINDER HEAD-CAPTAIN htld No.6-W. M. Vanzant, J. H. Stewart, nandina Lyceum: Association :
p.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS SAM: DENNETT SERIOUSLY INJURED. last Wednesday evening. Pres- Thomas Wingate.No. at their hall on Monday June will isssS

Wednesday evening while the steamer ent: Fj. C. Suhrer, president,and Aldermen 7-James E. Davis, L. A. Davis Geo. 8 o'clock p. nt. A punctual attendance 25th.

i Hoyt, Kelly King, Avery, Robinson; and W. Libby. requested. i*
( 1 a ;: "Reflections. THOMAS KYDD
r: 7 Athlete was towing the schooner Austin D. McDonald. No. -D. C. Stewart, J. W. Geiger, Geo. ,

: ':2" t.:i The past few days the weather has been Knight to sea, when near Fort Clinch, the Hodges.No. Secretary
petition R.
A of Mr. E. Eddins for
.f A cylinder head blew out, demolishing the per- 9-Henry Geiger, Young Davis, Jr., Pianos For Sale.
i '', ; ;'> I very warm. mission to build an addition to his shop located F. C. Higginbotham.No. Decker '

: <:Y The Presbyterian Church is receiving afresh walking beam, the frame work, etc. Captain on First street was referred to the 10-A. H. Colson, Jesse Green. F. M. can be bought Bros. pianos of manufactures for sale for less than

I to ttjJ: 1,; ' 4 i Committee on Streets and Public Improve- Inquire Percy L. Jones at
''t : '.) l .Colonel J. C. Read and son left for Philadelphia ously injured. William Bowman, the en- ments. 11-Aaron Fouraker, W. H. Hicks, office of Dr. E. Leroy Jones on Fourth the
i : street
,. .. ," 1" .; Tuesday morning.The gineer, was badly scalded about the face and J. B. Carroll.
1 ,: Ii : I" A petition of W. J. Godfrey asking
per- Ordered that a warrant be drawn for $100in Valuable
H :; t" Jacksonville Evening Herald has enlarged arms. An account of the disaster, given to Orange Lands for Sale.
; :
r: mission to erect a blacksmith shop at foot settlement in full of Mansion House bill Tracts
the Times-Union by Captain Parsons who containing twenty
f1' '; to a seven-column folio. acres each of
of Bro4me street, was referred to the same for board of militia choice, high hammock land
the riot on
during expected
owns the vessel and who board at Orange Lake
was on
: :) i / it. Mr. T. D. Dotterer, of Charleston, is visit- committee. suitable for
orange growing and truck farm'ing :
on July 4, 1881.
._, '. I. i't' t ing his brother, Mr. H. E. Dotterer, of this the time, states that all of the crew, except Bills ordered paid : are now offered for sale. These lands
it "" .,; .'' ,. 'the cook, jumped overboard, and were Bills ordered paid : are very conveniently situated for
L\.' l of for ........... ... transpor
, Payroll police May .. $151 75
4.. city.The Warren F. Scott tation by water rail and
:: 1t. State Texas sailed for rescued by the vessel's boats. The cook at- collecting revenue or will be sold
: steamship of R. F. Suith? services as city marshal I 1882 ................'..............................$57.77 terms to suit purchasers. Titles are on.
tl : .'. '',, k L, New York yesterday morning with 40 pas- tempted to get through a small hole in the for May....................................... 40 00 Minus\ McCleary, Circuit Court expenses tionable. Also valuable timber lands u nqu

t'! w s sengers. guards and got hung, and remained so until W. F. ?Wood. Jr.. services as city ............................................ 3.50J. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS in
,i : f .cL clerkjfor )lay............................... 41 66 .
,: : .1 A car-load of very fine watermelons from the crew went back on board and pulled him A. Ellerman, jail expenses.............. 83.15 February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.
) Bills Deferred : G. W. Schuyler, services as magistratefor

I'.I' t f; K.,...,: Wildwood was shipped via the State of Texas out. Captain Parsons went North yesterdayfor J. L. Horsey & Co., 400 vaccine May......................................... 4.27 Lost.A .

," h.\-1 ,:: :k: to New York this week. the purpose of buying new machinery. point?.......................................... $30 00 Witnesses attending magistrate's Court 2.50J. child's gold breast-pin. A reward will

1, : ;':. t': This week Mr. G, W, Schu 'let closes his Dr. w.aL Pope for services............ 150 50 A. Edwards, services as auditor...... 25.00B. be paid the finder. C. W. MAXWELL
ft : No Reflection Intended.In Edgar ilordecai, work for T. Rich, keeping bridge................. 30.00
I .t f. intermediate school for the season. :Mr. scavenger
: ', j. ... the account of the entertainment of the May .......................... ................. 118 00 Also the pan per accounts amountingto 20.00 For Rent,
r >'. ; .; :,1 Schuyler has been very successful as a Florida press on board the steamship State J. W. FJinn, services taking census.. 8 75 A desirable dwelling pleasantly situated.

.. .:' f teacher. Geo. E.iWolff, services taking census 6 26 Range of Thermometer to
1; Apply FRED
: t of Texas the Mirror reported Mr. Papy, in his W. HOYT.
:' Bradford
!1; the Board of Commissioners H. services taking census. 6 25 FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY JUNE 8
t I a. ; Wednesday County ,
it I remarks, as saying that his road had refunded Floyd iVrigjit, services taking cen-

t',, :> /" destroyed a large number of county connecting transportation lines from sus...|......................................... 10 00 HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. I A desirable For Rent.
warrants turned over by Mr. Stark, the G. L. B ltzell services very dwelling-house. Inquireof
',; t as quarantine
I l $1,500 to $2,000 on account of the unsaleable "': JOHN
I! : ,, 1 treasurer. inspector ten days........................ 20 00 / ... ... !:: ... !:: HEDGES,
ta ; r': condition of truck on arrival at destination, H. E. iDotterer, merchandise fur- r eh :i / ci. :> January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.

.'. ': .,,:, t Maplewood Hall, Pittsfield, Mass, one of while yet he had to refund a single dollarto nished city........... ....................... 3 55 I Iti .-I M r Strawberries and
Vegetables.Fresh .
.I "..-:1ijfe.:, r. New England's famous summer resorts, will the Mallory Line. Some of the gentlemen R. :M. Henderson, coffin for pauper.. 6 00 Saturday..June 2 i 76 80 / SO 178 SEe vegetable sand strawberries

; ::, \' open on the 18th under the management ofc' representing these lines think that thisis Thos. Lndson, nursing and boarding Sunday..... ....... 3 77 82 81 77 BE. daily at received
; ; la ft'. Mr. W. Kittelle, of the Egmont John Jackson, pauper.................. 12 42 Monday........... 4 7681 80 / 78 S\V. MRS. FLETCHER'S.List .
George rather and reflection
a unjust
l I. ,: (' severe on G. F. Avery, amounts expended for Tuesday............. 5 78 / 85 J 84 80 S'V. of Letters
t+ ', r t Hotel. them. Mr. Papy states that, while the factis cleaning of streets and on sanitary Wednesday........ 6 78 84 82 79 SEe

; U. Bishop :Moore did not administer the Sacrament strictly true, yet he did not wish to be work.!......................................... 53 83 Thursday.......... 7 77 84 82 78 SEe Remaining in the Post-Office Fernandina -

'. r;. jl' of Confirmation at the Catholic understood as saying that the transportationlines A communication was read from Mr. G. Friday......8 76 80 79 76 SEe Nassau county, Florida, June 9, 1883.

f '; N. Saussy; calling the attention of City Persons calling for these letters must say
, : ,:; Church on Sunday, on account of sickness. were responsible for the bad conditionand

C ':'t, rt.. The rite was performed at the church Tuesday loss of the perishable articles in ques- Council |to the matter of his claim againstthe MABINE.Port advertised:

: t '! tion. For the benefit of the gentlemen interested city for the sum of $40, as damages sus- Akins, Frank Henderson! PeterHigginbotham
a, morning.Mr. Alvin
1 1 I tained of Fernandina.HIGH Ma S W
to his
wearing apparel some two
t : the Mirror publishes this explanation. Bailey. Edward Johnson Ed
, W. H. LeFils, who has been on a visit ,
years through carelesness of a former WATER. Bain, Timothy Johnson, Lula
ii":a, ; ...r l : to his mother in this city, returns to-day tot city sanitary? inspector. Mr. Saussy also Saturday, June 9..11:09: A.M. 11:31 P.M. Carrington Laurie Jordan, Maggie

t J .:1 Macon, Ga., where he has been employed Fernandina's Death Rate. submitttjd the correspondence between him- Sunday, 10.1157: 0:00" Clarke, Clifford W Odiome, Thomas E

": t. for the past five years in the Georgia Cen't' During the month of May just passed, I Monday, 11..... 0:15": 0:47" Farey, John Owens, Albert
hw ', ,,: ] self and the Mayor, and the action of the "
Railroad office. Tuesday, 12...... 1:05": 1:38": Filey, John Peterson, C
".. ., I tral there occurred eight deaths in this city and former Council, and citing a decision of a Wednesday, 13..... 1:57": 2:28": Green, Harriet Tnbt, AnnisThompson

1. Mrs. E Leroy Jones, wife of Dr. Jones, suburbs; two of them were white and six Georgia court in a similar case, he asked re Thursday, 14..... 2:48": 3:19": Graves, Geo Fanny

:' Fi f t. the homoeopathic physician who recently established colored. The following is a list and the' lief. The matter was referred to the Com- 1 Friday, 15...... 3:40": 4:11: '' Hill, George Tillen, Charley
Howell LauraHenderson Weeks
?; t. himself in this city, arrived last causes, as furnished us by Undertaker R. M. mittee oo* Streets and Public Improvements. : ENTERED. George Woods,,John Richard

Ml\; : : night from Wisconsin. Dr. Jones is fast Henderson : : Gus H dstrong complained of negligenceon i June 2-Brig Soberano (Sp.), Rosin de Don, HELD FOR POSTAGE :

:: t' gaining popularity in this city. May 1-:Mrs. Benjamin Rich, 33 years ; the f part of the night scavenger. The Havana ; ballast, to J. C. Read. Primus Young Jacksonville, Fla.
erysipelas a few days later her newlyborninfant. "
! ,' The fare tia the Sea Island Route from ; matter tois referred to the Committee on 4-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- SAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M.
i I f' vannah ; with freight and
r... I : 4 : i here to Savannah has been reduced to the May 5-Thomas Holzendorf, colored, 16 Streets, tc., for investigation.The sengers to J. A. Mercier. pas-

t :'jam: following rates : Deck passage from Fer- years ; cancer in face. ; petition of Mr. Rikart, relating to his 5-Sch. Jennie F. Willy, Chadwick, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

t 'f .t nandina to Savannah, $3 ; cabin, without May 6-Henry. Williams, colored, 20 years; : taxes for;|1877. '78, '79 and '80, was returnedby New York ; ballast, to J. Mizell
1.: : f consumption.May & Bro.
; 1;"a 1" meals, $4 ; excursion ticket, without meals, 13-Daniel Mitchell, colored, an old the committee without their approval. 6-Sch. Louisa Frazier, Campbell,

t" 1iJ $7. man, found dead sitting against a tree on his Alderman. Hoyt, chairman of the Com- New York ; hay, lime, etc., to

;" '\ ''t Messrs. Bucki & Son have written their premises. mittee oil} Quarantine,reported that the com I Fred W. Hoyt & Co.

" "r' 1 May 31-F. Middleton Love, colored, 4 mittee head dispensed with the services of i 6-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa-
: !: f agent in this city, Mr. H. Barker that it is years 8 months ; spasms. vannah, with freight and pas-

I ..f { their intention to ship the entire product of May 31-Rose Edwards, colored, 6 years ; the fonner} inspector of quarantine at the sengers, to J. Mercier, agent.

} ;' 1 i their Empire Mills on the Florida Central & hemorrhage.In railroad shops, and had employed the following 6-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 Know

I ; ? 'I. Western Road through this port. We most addition to the above, the death of a persons! as inspectors, to be paid at tons. New York ; freight and

l;. ; : heartily welcome this accession to our port. colored infant was reported.The the rate of$1.50 per diem : J. W. Flinn, B. agent.passengers, to R.W. Southwick, ,

t r I T. Rich, R. Buffer. 8-Sch. Silas C.Evans Sylvan New
: 1 'j', Mr. Warren F. Scott, collector of revenue "Ardanrlgli" Disabled. ,
: I I : The following resolutions were adopted: York ; hay, etc., to A.B. Noyes. That BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
: for this county, this week made his final : 8-S. P. St. Nicholas, Savannah
8 Resolved That it shall be the of the -
duty will the worst
J" i settlement with the county commissioners. city treasurer to write or stamp'at time of with freight and pas-
l : 1 f' t. :Mr. Scott has collected for Nassau county TOWED INTO PHILADELPHIA ayment.upon the face of each warrant paid sengers, to J. A. Mercier. of dyspepsia.Will .

1 r' during the year, closed June 1st, $14,878.33 From the Associated Press dispatches we by him the paid," date of payment CLEARED.

i I : .t. \i account of taxes and $1,694.17 on account take the following account of the accident to and his signature as treasurer. I 2-Sch. B. C. Terry, Moore, Philadel- insure hearty appetiteand
: : on
: Resolved That it shall be the of the :
.' ;' the steamship Ardanrigh, which was cleared duty phia ; lumber, by C. H. Huot. increased digestion.
,, \ 'J. of licenses. Finance i Committee to designate to what 5-S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald, Savannah
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here for the United Kingdom, by Mr. Wm.
e account each warrant drawn the treas-
a i / h Two sailing packets arrived this week with upon ; with freight and pas-
; F' Lawtey : ury shall) be charged, including all warrants sengers, by J. A. Mercier. Cures general debility, and
\ merchandise for merchants. The schooner -
our Fernandina the drawn tlye present fiscal year up to the pres- 7-Sch. Austin
_ After leaving Ardanrigh D. Knight, Perry, gives a new lease of life.
,;\, i';': 1, Louisa Frazier, of Warren Ray's Line, steamed toward her destination, but when ent time: Martinique ; lumber, by F. A.
t.' + t, : r, .; '1 with hay, lime, etc., consigned to Fred W. about 150 miles on her course her propeller Resolved, That the Committee Printing Small.
f broke her motive be instructed to procure for the use of the 7 S. P. St. Nicholas Dispels nervous depressionand
I if Hoyt & Co., and the Silas C. Evans, with blades rendering power Fitzgerald, Savannah -
useless. All sail was ordered out, but, there treasurer: a rubber stamp, of the followingform ; with freight and pas- low spirits.
ry&' : : 'f hay and general merchandise, consigned toLr being little or no wind, no headway was : -. sengers, by J. A. Mercier.

,. .. 'I A. B. Noyes. made. The captain, a Scotchman, served at Paid.f 41 8-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542
'1 1 one time as mate on a Yankee vessel, and it f 18-. tons, New York ; freight and Restores an exhausted nurs-
: The steamship State of Texas sailed from .
:1 : ; have been there that he R.W. Southwick
may acquiredhis : passengers,by ing mother to full strengthand
; ii .j this port yesterday morning for New York inventive for his '
: : powers, necessity gave i I Treasurer.Also agent. abundant
: a i". ; with the following cargo : 3,278 packages birth to another invention by which the Ar- '" fdr 8-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah gives sus-
the of the Finance Com-
I t : danrigh was transformed into a sidewheel osje use with freight and tenance for her child.
I ,. ;' vegetables, 1,000 melons, 866 logs cedar, 257 mittee as follows pas-
: :
f steamship. The captain says that by drill sengers, by J. Mercier..
barrels rosin 91 barrels
.: boxes cedar, 419 ing holes in her iron walls just above her Canceled.
t.'.t :''1 spirits, 195 old axles, 80 old car wheels 100 forward deck he made openings for a wooden .? 18-. IN PORT. Strengthens the muscles and

;i; I ( planks white wood, 98 packages merchandise shaft constructed of hoisting spars ; at either Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell. nervesenriches, the blood.

"f'+ ; l 50 sacks cedar saw-dust, 50 empty kegs. end paddles of heavy plank were fastened. ; Chairman Finance Committee.Also Brig Soberano (Sp.), Rosin de Don. -
I \ :
and winch Sch. Jennie F. Willy, Chadwick.
: The donkey engine were brought
said committee form
a Overcomes weakness wake-
';',' '. '. ; A large shark got caught in the log boom into play, and by the use of bands and cog- : and obtiiin bids for printing prepare 1,000 blank Sch. Louisa Frazier, Campbell.Sch. ,

.1 :, !MI J l! i' at Read's mill at Old Town last week, and wheels fastened to the machinery the shaft : warrants: I I Silas C. Evans, Sylvanus. fulness,and lack of energy
Sch. Tom Williams Wheaton.Sch. .
was revolved, the paddles whirled around ,
i--: : ; ;t was killed by the employe's of the mill. It and the great ship forced forward at the rate Alderman: Hoyt called the attention of.. Austin D. Knight, Perry.

'', : "; ,' was of the hammerhead" variety and of a knot and a half an hour. In this way Council Jo the necessity of keeping clean Sch. A. L. Green, Elwell. Keeps off all chills, fevers,

.', ,,,,,''"I was 16 feet 4 inches long. The head between she passed Hatteras and reached Hampton the backwards; of dwellings, etc:, and, afterconsidenrble Sch. Parole (Br.), Smith. and other malarial poison.
'I' 'q Roads, Va., where she anchored for a few Sch. Anita, Small.
; .5 \\.f. the eyes measured 2 feet 9 inches. discussion, upon motion of Al-
23d of : .
days and on the May again startedon "
( ;XI ;t 1 Shark fishing off the mill dock is a favorite her journey and reached the Breakwateron derman Avery, the Council, or rather thoseof Masonic. Will infuse with new life

:,t i 41. .! pastime at Old Town, and several large Wednesday, and was towed up the river the members who are willing to serve, Regular communications of Amelia LodgeNo. the weakest invalid.

1..']' (:: i I ones have recently been caught. by the tug Bruce. She was the first vesselof were constituted sanitary inspectors, with- 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 :
the summer from a port south of Cape
22. 16.
:Ji ;':'t 1 The match game base-ball between the Fear, and as quarantine opened yesteadayshe out con aensation, to make a thorough inspection January February 19. July August 13. 37 Walker St., Baltimore, Dec. :1881.
have been
For I
w3''i >" .j 41 town boys and the railroad" nine last was boarded by the port physician when of the city and Old Town. March 19. September 10. sufferer six from years Blood Disease a, great DyspepsiaandConstipationandbecame-

I ': : : Monday resulted in a victory for the for- off Marcus Hook, given a clean bill of health, The president requested the Committee onOrdinances April 16. October 15.
) and is now lying off the city awaiting orders May 21. November 12. so debilitated that I could retain
,,t.i,' *' 1, mer. According to a visitor from the rural from her agent as to what disposition shall and Rules to draw up a dog or- June 18. December 10. anything on my stomach,in fact,

I:'f ti.) 'I districts, the game was a very fine one. be made of her. dinance end report at next meeting. December 27. life Finally had, when almost hope become had almost a burden.left

,, i : .) t When the scores of the two nines got into The cargo of the Ardanrigh was partially At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fraternally me, my husband seeing BROWN'S
: ; the double he contemptuously and she went into the County Commissioners' Proceedings. I. invited to attend. IRON BITTERS advertised in the
'.;: !; \ ..! t figures, ex- discharged, dry-dock induced me to give it a triaL
':i+ :'.::1 I claimed Talk about your games that you where the damage will be repaired and the The regular monthly meeting the Boardof J. E. WANDELL, W. M, taper now taking the third bottle
J Secretary. and have felt well in sixyears
;: .JI read about in the papers where they make vessel proceed on her voyage. :Mr. Philip County Commissioners was held at the as I do not at the present so time.

hJf'f! t : only one or two runs This is what I call Lawtey. who went with the vessel as super- clerk's office Wednesday last. Present : Commissioners Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its Mrs L. F. GRIFFIN.

It a good game, and don't you forget it." cargo, is now in New York. The cargo was Charles W. Lewis, W. O.Jeffreysand regular convocations on the Wednesday following -
each regular communication of Ame-
;-t r I. As will be seen by the proceedings of the fully insured. J. H:Jones. lia Lodge, at 7:30: o'clock sharp. BROWN'S IRON BITTERSwill

l : : J I' City Council in another column, our aldermen Church Notices. "Warreif F. Scott, the collector of revenue, Transient companions fraternally invitedto have a better tonic

h"'i'. ,1 I i have taken an important step in the presented a list of errors, insolvencies and attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P.
,; : Services at the Methodist Church effect who
every I W. A. JONES, Secretary. upon any
Y'I uncollectable taxes for the year 1882, which
t I direction of sanitary improvement. Being
q at 11 and 7:30 "
Sunday a. m. p. m. I needs "bracing than
examined and up
was approved.It
i. J unwilling to occasion the city any more expense -
'I Services will be held at St. Peter's Protes- Knights of Honor. made.
was ordered that the auditor satisfy the any medicine
::4L than possible, they have volunteered tant Church the No. 2535 K. of
:I Episcopal by rector, at 11 balance the Weeapopka Lodge, H.,
\ :'i {: to make. a thorough inspection of the city a. m. and 5 p. m., on Sunday. ;remaining on judgment of meets the first and third Tuesday nights in
Sanborn &Hoyt againstthe county, amount- : month at 8 o'clock.G. .
i4.I themselves, and the president has assigned Presbyterian Church Rev. H. S. every ,
; Yerger,
; ing to $1?1.28. N. SAUSSY, Dictator.W. .
: the districts
members to
the following
.:: t: pastor. Services : Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 i J. WOODWARD, Reporter.
The sheriff was instructed to have the jail
P. W. King-Old Town.P. .
t l j p. m. ; prayer-meeting on Thursday eveningat : -
repaired ?n a substantial manner under his
P. Williams-Escambia to Calhoun streets, Legion of Honor.
8 o'clock School at 4
x ; p. m. SUMMER BOARD.
1st to 12th streets.P. at the own supervision.The Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of
Preaching Baptist Church SUM-
every fclllowing road commissioners H. meets the second and fourth DESIRING TO FIND
Kelly-Calhoun to Alachua streets 1st were Friday PERSONS
Saturday afternoon at half-past two o'clock in the up-country can secure
appointe-1' for the several districts : nights in every month, at 8 o'clock.
to 12th streets.G. Sabbath school same afternoon at 3:30.: Also THEO. STARBUCK, Commander.W. pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle, Tennessee

F. Avery-Alachua to Ash streets, 1st preaching every Sunday night at 8 o'clock. Rich.No. 1-tJohn: Amen, Wm. Hamilton, B. T. J. WOODWARD, Secretary. by addressing MRS. H. B. BELLS, Mount
Eagle, Tenn. The location is on the plateau
to 13th streets.
No. 2-tCharles Saddler, Gabriel Means, C. of the Cumberland Mountainand very cool
Fred W. Hoyt-Ash to Cedar streets, 3d CUSTOM-HOUSE" official (holding up two H. Swann. Decker Bros.: pianos received at the Cen- and refreshing.

i to 12th streets. black bottles)- I thought you said you had I No. 3-?jJas. Anderson, Horner Swearingen, tennial Exposition the first medal and Board $25 to $30 per month,'in a pleasant
wearing apparel only in this trunk. What Elias Lottery. highest award. See advertisement else- amily. Daily communication with! Sewa-
ki R. E. Robinson-Cedar to Fir streets, 4th i
f are these? LadySo "I did. Those are ''II Xo.4-Joseph Acosta Cornelius Rodgers, where. Every instrument warranted by nee the location of the University of the
to 12th streets. husband's
tN my night-caps. J. T. Ha&. manufacturers for five years. South. 2sf

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