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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 16, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
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General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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VOL. V. FERNANDISTA, FLA., SATIJDAY{ JUNE 16, 1883. NO. 29. v L



STATE NEWS. is very indefinite. St. Augustine, on account DOINGS IX,. NEW YORK.*i f erly is a plucky man, and his experience at MOSCOW 1!

of its antiquity, beauty and health- : t faro comes him in good stead under difficul-

Alachua.The fulness, is well known, and is an attractiveand TilE RUSH FOR EUROPE. -HAVERLY'S.. TEMPORARY ties. Whatever gambling may do, and it CORONATION OF THE CZAR-A MAGNIFICENT ff f

varieties of soil in Alachua countyare popular resort both in winter and COLLAPSE-;HOW SUCCESSFUL, MEN certainly eventually leads to the devil l, it PAGEANT VIEWED BY A GREAT CROWD. t

numerous, varying from the richest summer, but the county at large, while it WASTE THEIR INCOMES. -HESRY WARD does develop steadiness of nerve, pluck and To the Editor of the Mirror:
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hammock to the sandy pine lands, and has made great advancement, and secured a BEECHER ANDOTHER: INSTANCES- quick decision under difficulties. Haverlywill Moscow, May 24th, 1833. .r.

therefore the capabilities of the county for good share of immigration, compared with THE ST. :JAMES HOTEL. now rouse himself for another effort, The event of to-day was the proclamation .

different kinds of farming is almost without some other counties, has not attracted the To the Editor of the Mirror: and unless his doom is already recorded in by heralds that the coronation of the Em-

limit. It may be truthfully said that any attention which it merits. For many kindsof NEW YORK, June 9, 1883. the book of fate, he will be on top again. As peror has been fixed for Sunday, at the ?

class of farmer, whether he be from North farming and fruit raising, this county Business called :me to the office of the he said the other evening: My theatrical Cathedral of the Assumption. Next to the '1

.1 or South, East or West, can be suited in presents great advantages ; this is not mere- White Star Steamship Line one day this affairs are all right, if I were only rid of I public entry of the Emperor last Tuesday, "

j land. The hammock lands are noted for ly a matter of theory, but is proven by the week. Clerks and messengers. .were perspir- those mining entanglements." I this is one of the most interesting spectaclesof i* a

''I f their fertility and peculiar adaptedness to practice and experience of many of our industrious ing as they rushed on with their work, Thus it is with almost every successfulman. the entire festive programme, as far as the t t

any kind of crop. Many of the pine lands and prosperous farmers. As in while at the booking desk there was a line He makes money in one thing, and public are concerned. Determined to wit- ?
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are thin, but produce very well indeed. nearly all portions of Florida, there is a of people engaging,passage for'Europe. One spends it faster on some wild scheme. Mr. ness the formation of the procession, I i ., t

!,. Under careful cultivation and the intelligent good deal of poor land in this'county, but gentleman wasexaminingadiagramof Henry Ward Beecher has, and for many reached the large open space between the

application of fertilizers, the yield is most there i is an abundance of good land to be rooms on a particular vessel,'and finally selected years has had, an income of at least$30,000 a Senate house and the arsenal as early :as ,

lands cultivatedwith had for reasonable and bodiesof it is known to his intimates that he eight o'clock. A
renumerative. These are prices, large two.U' .you reserve them for me year, yet large number of people

comparatively little labor, with the very rich land which doubtless could be fifteen minutes," he asked, 1 want to ask has saved but little money. His farming had already assembled there. The place was

l most satisfactory results. The cultivation drained with no more difficulty than in my companion whether the location of the experience at Peekskill cost him a great kept by mounted and foot police who dis-

of corn and cotton has been profitable for other portions of the State where such enter- room suits 'him." No, sir," replied the deal of money and run him into debt, and charged their duties with good temper.

years. The labor of this country,as a general prises are being undertaken. The geographical clerk ; "I couldn't hold them for you for now he fritters away his earnings on rare The first troops to arrive were 200 of the

rule, has been skilled only l in the cultivationof situation of the county is peculiarly fifteen seconds. Either you want them or books, pictures and costly curios. William Garde a Cheval. or Emperor's Guard, with

; these crops, and the native and the negro' favorable, bounded as it is by the St. Johns you do not. If not, please stand aside and Henry Hurlbert's experience is a similarone. white tunics and silver helmets and breastplates j

I as a rule, reluctantly enter into any other. river on the west and the sea on the east, let the other people, have a chance." He got $10,000 a year as editor of the their lances and pennons being red. '

So grateful is the soil, as a rule, that even and having the Matanzas and North rivers The rush to Europe is simply' tremendousthis World, and made money outside, yet they Then came one of the most curious parts of E

under the shiftless management of ignoranceand running along nearly its entire eastern spring, and no:v that the' hot weatherhas say that his liabilities outnumber his assets. the procession-twelve led horses. These r

indolence, the crops are oft-times remunerative border. This gives not only water protec- set in. it is almost trebled. Single men 1 know another gentleman who holds an beautiful animals, perfectly white were

The social and educational tion very favorable for fruit raising, but influential position in the newspaper world. caparisoned in gorgeous fashion, the
who can get off for a vacation of three
status of Alachua county boasts of such ad- great facilities for transportation. Meansof He is a hard worker, and although a good whole body from neck to tail, clothed in a
weeks or a month :come to the conclusionthat t
vantages as are rarely found elsewhere. In transportation are furnished, also, by it is more pleasant and at the same liver is not extravagant. He provides his housing of yellow silk emblazoned with imperial ct rt

Gainesville is the East Florida Seminary and the St. Johns Railway, which runs across : family with every comfort, as he can well eagles in the national colors, and ,
take the At-
time cheaper, to a trip across .n
other good institutions of learning. In the county from St. Augustine to the lantic than to swelter away at some fashion- do, as he has a weekly income of about curious devices. This covering was cut :

Waldo, Melrose, and other places throughout St. Johns River, and the Jacksonville, St. able watering place or other summer resort. $300. Yet he is always in debt. His pas- away at each leg, and terminated in golden a ,.

the country are schools of the first importance Augustine & Halifax Railroad, now com- sion is for race horses. He would sooner tassels. On their heads were plumes of I- '
The Pavonia which:left this! week, was full
and highest utility. To take pleted from Jacksonville to St. Augus- to overflowing ; "and,"' said the agent of see a race than enjoy almost any other white ostrich feathers and( each horse was

charge of these schools, the worthy Superin- tine ; to these will soon be added the East the Cunard Line, '.' we had 'enough appli- pleasure on the list, and as he is a free better led by three grooms, two on each side and i;.. ;

tendent of Education, Hon. W. N. Sheats, Coast Canal, an enterprise second in impor- cants for berths to have filled and sent out and at the same time unlucky, his the third at the back. These men wore '

has, with commendable zeal and untiring tance to none in the State, and which, by a another vessel of the same size. As it is, I money goes constantly. A fashionable un- high top boots, and splendid costumes of

energy, secured the best educators and few short cuts connecting and dredging existing think we will ha\'eto: put on"extra vesselsin dertaker showed me his books some time black and gold. At no previous exhibition, t

-- through the intelligent efforts of himself and streams, will make a river which will ago.U My business is worth about $40,000a so I was informed, had there been more
a few weeks. This is a thing! which several -
the Board of Public Instruction, the stand- compare with the St.Johns. There is much lines have already done to meet the de- year to me," he said. That ought to than six steeds exhibited. On the present ,

ard of qualifications is elevated to the highest I room for choice in the county, both as to mand. As always' when the supply of a satisfy anybody. But unfortunately I havean occasion this number represented the dignity .

plane of excellence. The beneficent re- .. location and land. If one prefers the St. certain commodity is limited, the demand idea that I can run a livery stable. I of the Emperor, and as many more that of '

sults of their action is now manifest. Johns river portion there are a number of becomes greater and hence people who are have thought so for at least ten years, and the Empress. According to heraldry the'a h

Alachua county invites immigration,and as- pretty and thriving settlements to attract anxious to be in the swim fit present are ; on every 31st of December, when. balancemy emblazonment of imperial eagles on the fi ,' 19
sures each immigrant a profitable and salubrious him, from Fruit Cove all along the river books. I am delighted that I have not trappings of horses represents banners.
almost for ;
ready to pay any price a passage .
home, among law-abiding, educated, en- past Florence and Picolata, and to the Put- The Duke of Athol,:who sailed this week, actually lost. When I find that my undertaking While the crowd were patiently waitingforthe
lightened and moral people.Waldo Advertiser. nam county line. In this direction and run- : business has brought me in enough arrival of other and the '
which is a bonus of nearly $400. There is troops approach 1 :;
ning back from the river is the fine farming I to pay for the cost of the livery stable luxury of the heralds themselves. Prince .
Vladimir
vessel
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not a passenger leaving!! port now on
Jefferson.About country about Moccasin Branch. If a set- which the rooms of the officers;;are not all I am satisfied:" drove past in an open carriage, and the Em-

two weeks ago an agent of the tlement near the seacoast is desired, thereare let to passengers for:good stiff figures On But why don't you give it up?" I asked. peror's Guard shouted out, ''Good health to '. ..s.=f

Peninsular railroad made a raid on this fine locations all along North and Ma one steamer all the bath-tubs were fitted Because I would only go into some other you !" Soon after 200 of the Chevalier r x .
county, and carried off twenty men from tanzas rivers and their tributaries. If ham- up losing scheme. I suppose, and thus I had Guards
or regiment of the .
as berths at night, and rented out to peopleon Empress, rode
town, and how many from the country we mock land is sought there is plenty of it; if better stick to the old one." the ground. Their 9
condition that they' would rise at six upon splendid uniforms
are unable to say. That crowd are at workon high ridges for orange culture are preferred, o'clock. It is not at all uncommon for peo- Win. Ottmann, whose alleged theft of differ very slightly from those of the Em-
the railroad between Wildwood and one cannot do better than about Diego, $47,000 worth of treasury notes is again a peror's regiment. The ?
ple to go in the steerage, paying saloon eagles surmounting'
Panasoffkee, and are supposed to receive Moultrie and Pellicer creek. Down on the topic for the Washington correspondents, their helmets of
that to the are gold instead of silver,
prices, so they really belong saloon -
$1.25 each per diem ; but after the rations Matanzas are wild orange groves, now beingso list. has. for two years, been head bartender at and the color of their lances and pennons is

have been accounted for and the lost time much sought in the State. Perhaps it is one of the leading hotels up town. I saw blue. Between the squadrons of the two '

deducted, the per diem will dwindle to somewhat our own fault if our light is hid- Everybody employed on the steamers, of him only last week and his face is growingmore regiments there was left an interval for the '.

infinitessimal proportions. On last Monday den under a bushel ; but it is a fault whichcan course, makes money, and now I find it pinched and set from day to day. His heralds and masters of ceremonies to take E j=

another agent, from the Gordon railroad, be corrected. We must appreciate our quite intelligible how the saloon stewards, hair is! graying fast, and his gray eye has up their positions. The arrival of these

made a raid on the town and scooped in, it own county, and cause other people to appreciate so far from receiving, a salary, pay the chief that set expression which betokens that the latter caused great excitement the
is said, about twenty five men and boys it. This is not intended steward a bonus of 50 or $250 a season for and among
as a descriptive man has been brought to bay means to crowd By accident I stood
immediately in
transported them by railroad to St. Marks, article, but merely to call attentionto the privilege of serving. The tipping sys- fight it out. His is another case of seekingto front of them, and the crowd simply carriedme

where they were expected to be carried by some of the many attractive features of tem on board ship is carried on to a frightful get rich too fast. He had one of the most along. Half a dozen mounted
steamer to Tampa, where it is said small extent. Down to the boots who gives gendarmesrode
a St. Johns county ; before next winter we prosperous bar-rooms in Washington. It in amongst the people to clear
force is engaged in constructing Gordon's intend your leathers a dull kind of polish every- a space, ,,r .
to article but it beauti-
": prepare an giving a detailed was a little box of a place, was after the fashion of the American
'I road northward. description of every portion of the body expects to be rewarded, and if you fail fully fitted up ; the liquors were excellent, The crowd scattered, and left me between police.
If these railroad raids continue this county and forth woe betide you. Even the barkeeper beats t
county, setting and offi-
impartially and it was patronized by government two of these functionaries,so that I obtained
will soon find itself deficient in labor, with a truthfully the merits of all.-Weekly. you, for he never has any change when you cials and the best class of Washington male an excellent view of the proceedings under ttl :
considerable pauper population of women purchase any refreshment. Said a gentleman -
fast horse and had
society. Billy" kept a conditions of perfect and r
safety relative-
and children to care for. Of course these RAILROAD NOTES. to me the other day, "I bet you any educated at
his daughter, a charming girl, a comfort. The two heralds
laborers never take their families with them amount that you want that Jay Gould seized were remarkably ,
Then he with the desire
convent. was > fine Tall and
men. upright broad should-
when they exodus" to the railroad Eldora- THE RAILROAD HAS CERTAINLY COME.-To makes his trip around: the world in his own of becoming rich, and becoming rich ered their
they wore tabards
dos of the South, in quest of that wealth they the surprise of everybody agangof workmen yacht at less cost than Vanderbilt can travelto fast. The end of it was that his life was proudly, as though they magnificent themselves had been as
never realize. marched into Sumterville Europe in a passenger steamer and stayin
on Friday last blighted.
monarchs. At first
Leon. sight of them I was irresistibly -
and when interviewed stated that Paris for a month I replied that this
they had Talking of drinking places reminds me reminded of VIII. '
Henry as he is
LEON COUNTY BUTTER.-Some idea of the to cut out the of was not a legitimate subject for a wager, as
come right way for a rail- that the St. James Hotel, for many years pictured at the with the ''
meeting French
amount of butter made in Leon county maybe road. The of he wanted to bet on a sure thing.A t
credulity our under the of Walton -
people was management Plunger" king at the field of the Cloth of Gold. Their
obtained from the fact that a single firm severely tested, but sure enough on the mor- comparatively large portion of travelersto was reopened this week under the yellow silk tabards looked like of t
a mass
in Tallahassee, Messrs. Coles tt Beard, dur- row, Saturday morning under the supervision Europe at present is made up of actors direction of Captain William Conner, who gold. On their breasts 1 ,
was a large imperial
ing the twelve months ending May 31, 1883, of :Mr. Hoover, the squad marched to a and actresses. I wasspeaking about this to gained reputation both as John McCullough': worked in the
eagle, imperial colors. Their
bought and sold 4,964 pounds. This amount certain stake about 100 yards west of our a well-known theatrical manager. Said he : manager and as the owner of Glidelia, one headdress white 1 kt
was a velvet
turned-up ,
only includes their weekly receipts from office and were soon felling the noble pines "Although they all :nominally go for rest, of the best race mares we have ever had in with hanging plumes of the imperial colors.cap

dairymen who supply them regularly, and right and left. The force has been increased the truth is every mother's son and daughter this country. He means to make his place,
They wore buff-top boots, and their horses ,
with whom
they keep regular book accounts. each day, by new arrivals until of them is of what ,
they now hopeful making they particularly the bar-room, a rival to both had white trappings emblazoned with
They buy large quantities of butter, for number--hands. The right of way has call a "London debut," and eventually get- I the Hoffman and the Morton House. The eagles of the colors.
which imperial At last, as the
[
they give goods in exchange. No been cut for about one mile, south, and the ting an engagement there The majority of former has become the recognized rendez- clock struck the nine hours appointed the

account is kept of the number of pounds of! good work is steadily progressing. The them believe that i( will help them here vous of racing men and others devoted to ,proclamation was read for the first time.

that butter received in this way,but they estimate shovels and grading tools have arrived and should they come back with a smallsizedEnglish the highest sports, while the latter is the As translated from the Russian it was to the
the
quantity thus purchased will work will be commenced next Monday.We nimbus. Others again are finding magnet to which all actors tend the moment following effect : "The grand and puissant

amount to one-fourth as much as is received cannot speak in too high praise of the that where they have;once been received as they leave the train. Alexander Alexandrovich has ascended i
from dairymen Assuming that their esti- promptness and earnest favorites their
manner in which popular they are now losing
the throne of his
ancestors and the thronesof
,
mate is correct, they have bought and sold, Capt. Charles F. Smith, the Chief engineerhas hold. Hence they expect to find pasturesnew One of the earliest of this season's sea-
Poland and the Grand Duchy of Finland
during the past year, an average of 518 done and is still doing his importantpart aided by their former reputations. shore bathers to fall under careful observation -

pounds of butter per month, or an aggregateof of the work. He only started from Many, too, calculate on going to Australia. I wore a garment of loosely woven but and indissolubly united with his sovereignty ; ,
to the
6,205 pounds. This butter was all sold at Tampa on the survey a few weeks ago, and There is quite a number of American actors rather thick blue flannel, dark navy blue, according usages adopted by his r
glorious predecessors he has deigned to
30 cents per pound, making $1,861.50 worth before anybody knew it he had run his line over there now, and they are doing well. with very short sleeves that fitted the arm or-
dain that with the 3
aid of the
Omnipotent
handled by them in twelve months. Thisis into Sumterville, and in that incredibly shoii Hence others mean to try it as well, and, of I closely and a loose collar that showed her ,
his coronation the
act of sacred unction ,
the amount of butter handled by a single space of time has the line permanently located course, they all expect to come home laden brown throat. From her neck to just below ,
shall take
place on Sunday next. And that
house in Tallahassee, where a dozen or more at both Tampa and Sumterville, some with Australian gold.:(: the knee it was one garment. Over this she to such coronation shall
also be admittedhis
merchants deal in the article. Messrs. Coles 15 or 20 miles from each place, and hands Poor Haverly I His mammoth theatrical I wore a short skirt of the same material, the august Marie Feodorovna. The

& Beard, in addition to supplying their local already working at both ends. What en- combinations will receive a severe blow ., belt of which was a broad piece of blue web solemn announcement spouse is made of this

customers, make weekly shipments of Leon gineer in America can beat that? There is from the fact that he had to give up the bing fastening with a strong buckle. "Mod sacred act by this present proclamation to,

county butter to regular customers at no fuss and feathers about Capt Smith but Fourteenth Street Theatre on account of his erate pressure on the waist does not incon- all his faithful subjects, in order that they

Thomasville, Ga., and Monticello, Jacksonville good hard substantial,solid work. His men inability to meet a note of $13.000 made to venience the swimmer," the writer says, may renew their pious invocations and implore -

Fernandina and Palatka in this State. all love him and he loves them, and all workin Ed. Gilmore and Mr. Colville. Had he left "and if the belt should happen to give out, the favor of the King of kings that

They inform us that they have been compelled harmony together,accomplishing wonderful mining stocks alone and stuck to theatrical she could easily kick off the skirt and come He will deign to bless with His almighty
to make arrangements for a large and almost impossible results. Gen- matters his to shallow water where a cloak could be
dream of creating a corner, or protection the reign of his majesty and of
weekly supply in order to meet the increas- eral Gordon has shown his usual keen-sight- rather monopolizing :theatrical attractions, given to her in which she could walk to her his
august spouse, to the greater glory of
ing demand for Leon county's excellent edness in securing the services of this indus- might have succeeded:: but one cannot have bathing-house. She was barefooted, and was His holy name and abiding happiness of the

butter in the markets to which they now trious and practical officer, and it will be of two irons like these i in the fire. People say one of the comparatively few girls who Fatherland."

ship.-Floridian. inestimable value to his road. We shall that Haverly's star isjabout to be eclipsed. haven't corns that render their feet unfit for rR

St. Johns. keep our readers thoroughly posted as to the The fall has been coming for years and publication." The National Board of Health has been ,

The general'idea.. of St. Johns county, progress, or otherwise, of this grand work they say, "This is the, first creaking of the Two new cases of small-pox occurred at informed that there were 81 deaths from I

apart from the city of St. Augustine, for Sumterville.-Sumtervitte Times. rafters before the crash. comes." Still HayS Jacksonville, Thursday. yellow fever in Havana during May. f

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f : r : ; ; THE CONTACTS OF LIFE. \ Oh, well, if you take that tone, of course \ "'hy, my dear John, what is the mat- and then between himself and the light as sufficiently astonishing: ; but the most extraordinary i
:, IIf II--; I will not," said her brother; but I came ter? Lesby f if expecting to obtain brain illumination part of the affair is that the breech I

!tl :; ;I. No soul can be quite separate; ;down here for a rest and to have a bit of "Oh, she's all right ; God bless her!" that; way, while John Audas watched his mechanism is almost exactly similar to that .I
t ci a 1 .: However set apart by fate I enjoyment. and find you in tears." cried Audas,:throwing himself into a chair movements with speechless anxiety which has for so many years been fitted by
; '_ ". t However cold or dull or shy Yes, yes, and it's all nonsense, Frank, and gazing wildly, with blank, cadaverousface "Look here, Jack," Reston said at last, Krupp of Essen to the artillery of the German
t I } .a ,';\ Or shrinking from the public eye. dear. There, it's all gone now. It's the at his Brother-in-law. Give me some- "it's one of the principles in the law to be- army. The gan bears the name of its maker.
'5- : '., :: The world is common to the race, weather I think." thing, for heaven's sakebrandywineI'm lieve nothing until it can be proved.. I Halebli Mustapha Osia, and is in fairlv good
1 ; t : And nowhere is a hiding-place; Where's John ?" done up;" Yes, of course," said Audas. preservation.
: ,';:. i Before, behind, on either side.i Either in the stables or down the garden, Reston opened a cupboard, brought out "Well, look here, then, old fellow, how
"j'' "It ; 1..'":' t :' The surging masses press, divide ; dear. I'll send for hirii. his spirit stand, and Audas hastily gulped do we know that this telegram is true?" AN EXPLANATION.-The delicate, flowery
\I 1 i' '.""; Behind, before, with rhythmic beat, Oh, I'll go and look him up. I suppose down a glass of spirit, returning the glass to "Oh, it's genuine enough." and lasting fragrance of Floreston Cologne
,:4 l E ,, ;i Is heard the tread of marching feet; he'll be glad to see me?" the table with) trembling hand. How do you know?" explains: why it is such a favoritewith the
"}',,4, :t To left, to right, they urge, they fare, Why, of course, dear. He has been "Why, Jdhn, old fellow," said Reston, "How do I-eh ? What! how do I ladies.
,r f 1 i;';:; i And touch us here, and touch us there. talking about nothing else since be heard "what is it?? know?"
<: !r ,- Hold back your garment as you will, you were coming, and making no end of "I'll-I'lrtell: you directly. I hardly Yes, I will repeat my question a dozen WHY SHOULD THEY?-No man or woman
'. 'I. '' f The crowding world will rub it still. plans' dare; but, oh' Frank, I swear to you I did times if you like, my good sir," said Res- can do satisfactory work when the brain is
f I '. } : Then, since such contacts needs must be, "Ah, that's right," said Frank Reston, it in all inn cency. Oh my poor darling ton, involuntarily dropping into the cross- dull, the nerves unsteady, the system relaxed
BL i' :, '' e J What shall it do for :you and me? smiling. my poor darling! Don't blame me, Frank.I examining style, how do you know that and they feel generally wretched. Why
:; \ : "And I'm so glad you've come, Frank, swear to you I believed it all." this telegram is true? It may be a hoax." should anybody drag through their: work in
; "n;::. Shall it be cold and hard alone, dear. You see, I'm afraid I'm not much "Here, here! come, come, old fellow. What?" roared Audas. this condition, when a bottle of Parker's
I h t:, ." .fTOs;4 '. { As when a stone doth touch a stone; of company for dear John-not such good Don't give ;way like this. Why, hang it I say it may be a hoax." Ginger Tonic will at a moderate cost give
't'e. f" '.",: i Fruitless, unwelcome and unmeant, company as-as I think his first wife was." man, what is it ? You look as if you had John Audas got up, drew a long breath, them the strength and will to perform their
't
f Put by as a dull accident, to Well, you're a deal better company than committed a=crime." clenched his fist, and began walking up and duties satisfactorily..
t, t \ r s!'... While we pass onward, deaf and blind, she is now; "I have, Frank, I have ; and against the down the room.
f ; : i'f ':. With no relenting look behind? I'll try very bard to take an interest in dearest, the sweetest girl that ever blessed a "I say it may be a trick," said Restonagain. Iron in a colorless state and Peruvian bark
.1 t ., Or, as when two round drops of rain his pursuits, but I'm so stupid Frank, that man with lu r tender heart." combined with well known aromatics, makeBrown's ,
(a, 10; : /. Let fall upon a window-pane, I'm afraid be gets out of patience." "Why, John Audas," said Reston fiercely, If it is, and I get hold of him who did Iron Bitters the best medicine
t a t ;, '. Wander, divergent from their course, "I'll tell you what it is, Lesby," said "if you have dared to raise your hand againstmy it, I'll treat him like I would a nut,"growledthe known.
i:,. ;:",,'; t Led by some blind, instinctive force, Frank bluntly, "if you two people can't be sister"-;- great fellow.
;' I.' {!, i { Mingle and blend and interfuse, happy in this glorious lace, with every Raised rny hand against her!1" cried "Humph I wouldn't do that," said Res-
.4;;;;'.: ; Their separate shapes and being lose, luxury about you, and only to speak to have I Audas, in tones of withering contempt. ton, quietly watching him "Manslaughter NOTICE.
3 r:. ". : t' Madeone thereafter and the same, whatever you please, you deserve-you de- "Why, I would; sooner hew it off." is worse than bigamy." WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL \
: l: Identical in end and aim serve-there I don't know what don't "Then wliat is of
y y you the deuce the meaning "Here, I say, panted Audas, imploringly, SIX to the Judge of the County Courtin
.,' t r. ; ', f : ,i Nor brighter gleam, nor faster run, deserve!J" all this? You haven't been such a fool as don't say that last word again ; I can'tbear and for the County of Nassau Fla. for
j ';. .U Because they are not two, but one? "Yes, we do," said the lady meekly. "Ah, to take shares in a gold mine?" it." letters of administration on the,estate, of
''. I ,, j here comes dear John. "I'll run away ; Bah pon't be absurd." Besides, it might have been done by a I; Nelson Parker deceased.
4 'ii J: Or shall we meet in warring mood, don't tell him I've been crying." "What is! it, then ? Crime? What do jealous woman. It's rather a feminelooking ,
: r. : The contact of the fire and flood, "Stuff! Is it likely] ?" you mean ?'* trick." F. C. SUHRER.

..i, ', I" l Decreed by nature and by will, "And pray, Frank, don't let him think "Read that," cried Audas, tearing his Couldn't be, Frank old fellow, for I Fernandina, Fla." May 12, 1883. Gt

chill; r i 1J that I have been murmuring. It would pocket-book!from his breast with trembling never take notice of women. I'm all for
f ,' I make him so unhappy." hands, opening it, and producing one of horses and dogs. I've neglected poor Lesby Commissioner's Sale.By .
.,:: t. /i. To thwart and counteract and make As she spoke she ran off, and Frank Res- those dirty, discolored pieces of paper whicha for them." VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE

;:.:.'f \ Each other's wretchedness, and dwell ton crossed the hall to meet his stalwart paternal government thinks good enoughfor "Hah !l" said Reston. Well, you want Hon. H. J. Baker, County Judge of
it'; In hate irreconcilable? brother-in-law, who looked the beau ideal the transcription of a telegram. my advice, eh?" Nassau County Florida, I will sell to the
'f t:,'t Or as when fierce fire meets frail straw, of a country gentleman, and a striking con- Eli Why; what's this?'' said Reston, "Yes, old fellow, if you will help me. highest bidder, in front of the CourtHousedoor
i; And carries out the fatal law trast to the pale, careworn student, fresh reading. From Grace Audas, Ultramarine Look here; go down to Folkestone and see of Nassau County, on the first Monday
i" ; i Which makes the weaker thing to be from his gloomy chambers in town. Hotel, Folkestone, to John Audas. The what you can do with her. Promise any- in July A. D. 1883, the following real estate
x ., K.. td The prey of strength and tyranny; "Ah, Frank, my dear boy, I am glad to see Coppices, C lkston, Calkshire. Come to me thing, only tell hershe: can't have me again. belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Brad-
t Ti'c A careless touch, half scorn, half mirth, you. Why, you pale, bleached bookwormhere at once. Out boat drifted to an island. Very I'll blow out my brains first." dock, deceased, situate, lying and being in
r.. t' .I r. A brief resistance, little worth ; come out in the open air, and let's ill." : "Don't be a fool Jack. You'd like me to the county of Nassau and State of Florida,
r i 1 A little blaze soon quenched and marred, get some color in your cheeks. Come and John Audis wiped the great drops of per- see her, then, eh ?" described as follows : Forty acres of the
fi.J to. And ashes ever afterward? have a look at the dogs." spiration from his forehead. Yes, yes, do, Frank, for Lesby's sake as Francis Wood Grant, which said forty acres
t They went and had a look at the splendid "Well, biit"-began Reston, in puzzled well as mine." are bounded on the East by Section fifteen
f. t 'No; let us meet, since meet we must, setters and retrievers in their kennels, andas tones. : Frank Reston rose and touched the bell. ((15)[ ), and on the North by lands of the :Florida -
.r 1 I Not shaking off the common dust, Reston admired them- "I believed she was dead, Frank. On my "Here go and get a sixpenny Bradshaw," Railroad Company, and on the West by
t : z As if we feared our fellow-men, "Ah," said Audas, "if mv first wife had soul I believed: she was dead." he said to the man who appeared."I the main run of Summerlin branch ; all in
i ; 't I And fain would walk aloof from them; been alive, how she would have idolized "And on : the strength of that, sir, you know what time the trains are due," Section forty-two ((42)), Township two ((2)),
i t.t Not fruitlessly rain rain "
meets
as those dogs. have won a jsweet younggirl's affection, and said John Audas, excitedly. North of Range twenty-five ((25)) East.
( '.' To lose ourselves and nothing gain Better have idolized said Reston committed "
J ; you, Uigamy. "You leave matters to me, said the Sold for distribution. Purchaser to pay
r" .! Not fiercely, prey to adverse fate, bluntly. "Y C::!, yesj" groaned Audas, "and I was brother-in-law abruptly ; and the country for titles.
kq.: And not to spoil and desolate. Yes, of course," said udras, in nowise so happy." j squire sank back in his chair. J. A. EDWARDS,
*. i.\ But, as we meet and touch, each day, appeased. We'll have a grand ride or two You scoundrel!1" cried Reston fiercely. "Thanks, that will do," said Reston tak- Commibsioner.

,1 t The many travelers on our way, while you are here. Come over to the sta Don't ; f Or God's sake don't turn uponme ing the little fat square book from the clerk Fernandina, Fla., June 1, 1883.
: ; j t Let every such brief contact be bles. I've got a mare that will suit you to a like that; Frank." and turning over the pages. "Ah, here it
r: 1\. A glorious, helpful ministry ; T. There," he said, as he patted first one "There i is one comfort," continued the is-Ultramarine Hotel, Folkestone, James
Circuit Court Fourth Judicial
r l' The contact of the soil and seed, and then another satin-skinned In the -
', beauty, as young barrister, "the law can be pretty Thompson. Now we'll see.
; Each giving to the other's need, it turned its head round with a rattle of the hard upon h villain who blights a )'Olmggirl's He took a telegraph form and wrote a Circuit Florida.

f 1.a: Each helping on the other's best, head-stall for the expected bit of sweet car- life hi" such a way as this ; and thepunishmen message. 'From F. Reston, Emperor'sChambers FRED W. HOYT and W. 0. JEFFREYS,
,!.J' And blessing each as well as blest. rot or cake, "they are right, aren't they? ;"- Temple, London, to J. Thompson Partners as Fred W. Hoyt & Co.,
Ah, if my first wife had been alive, she Curse the punishment!1" roared Audas. Ultramarine Hotel, Folkestone. Is Mrs. versusR.
a i r.f! IF MY FIRST WIFE--- would have loved a few gallops over some What careI I for the punishment? I'd go Grace Audas or :Mrs. John Audas staying at D. FOX and S. L. BURNS, Partners as
: ) of the wolds." through fourteen years'penal servitude with your hotel Answer paid. Wire." Fox & Burns.
r .'AI my darling little sis, how are you? "Humph! would she?" said Reston. pleasure if ii would spare my poor darling "Now we shall have taken our first step," AND BY VIRTUE OF AN
;'J Lesbia hath a beaming e 'e.' Yes; she was a splendid woman on pain." : said Reston, ringing. "Send that telegram UNDER
i issued in Judi-
the Fourth
t! My dear Frank ; I am glad to see you." horseback. Well, come in now and dress, Then sh, doesn't know it yet?" directly.
I' 1 There was au embrace, and the lady burst and let's get to dinner." Know it:'? Of course not. I could not "How long shall we getting an an- cial Circuit, in and for :Nassau County Flor-
4 Well I shan't be to have it said Audas. ida, in a suit wherein Fred W. Hoyt and
k. into tears. sorry tell her, groaned swer? said Audas gloomily.
t the London and with his brother-in- what";do intend to do? Of W. O. Jeffreys are plaintiffs and R. D. Fox
i t Lesbia has not a beaming eye!I" cried guest; "And prat you "Depends on the amount of business.
,: Frank Reston, barrister, who had just leaped law's hand affectionately resting upon his course the only thing is for you to make my Perhaps in an hour, perhaps three. There, and S. L. Burns are defendants I have lev-
r : '( down from the dog-cart, after a cold drive shoulder they went in, and in due time poor sister a very large settlement. But I take the paper. I must go on with my ied upon and will sell at public auction, in
front of the Court-House in the of
I i :. from the station at Ramford, to his brotherinlaw's dined. shall insist ijpon; that. I'll go and fetch her brief." city Fer
(:.! handsome place, the Coppices, I But somehow that was not so pleasant a away at oncy." "That you shan't," cried his brotherinlaw nandina, on the first Monday of July, 1883,
!! t 1 Calkston, where that new relative had meal as it might have been, and the acute "What! ,{lid separate us, Frank? No, no, snatching away the papers. You must being the second day of said month, all of
k t 4 .settled after his return from Australia, barrister was not long in finding that the forheaven'ssakedon't: think of that As talk to me. This is a consultation. I'll Section 27, Township 3 North, Range 2G
: : t t where he had been sent-the younger sonY grit that showed itself in the cooking, the for money, all: I have is her's-bless her; pay." S.W.East-1 C48 Sec.acres 35 T.; Lots 3 N. 1 R., 2 25, 3,E.-495 4, 5, E. i of
: .: of a good old country fanuh'-to see what acidity in the wine; and the jar in the con- but we must not part. Frank, I swear to Reston saw that it would be no use to acres ;
W. i S.E. i Sec. 23 T. 3 :N. R. 26 E.-495
: 4' he could do as what euphoniously)' termed versation was all due to one thing, which you, that if;ou take her away, I'll blow my combat his brother-in-law, so to make the ,
N. i S.W. i Sec. 35 T. 3 N. R. 25 E.-
found voice in the words "Ah if first brains out at the hotel." time he lit and sat acres; ,
; r t a squatter. He had squatted to some advantage my pass more easily a cigar S. Sec. 10
483 i T. 3 N. R. 26 E.-320
acres ,
; the Fates having been kind ; and, wife.," etc."Jack : .. Humph J I wouldn't. do that," said Res- and listened to the great earnest fellow's acres E.;i (except 50 acres) ,in S.E. corner
after loves her saul Frank Keston to ton coolly.. "Jiut nave some details of how badly he had ;
: : : making a moderate fortune, he had : perhaps you long-winded
I of Sec. 21, T. 3 N., R. 26 E. Levied
'. \ ?, suddenly doubled it by marrying the widow himself,. as he lay on the bed that night ; plans." 1 behaved to his little darling." as he called the of Fox & Burns to upon said as
4 ; ,I of a colonial magnate. she worships him, and they are not happjT. Plans? ;Yes," cried the other excitedly; her. But she must never know of this, property with interest, satisfy and of
i -r' At the lady's desire-her will being paramount Jack Audas is a good fellow, but not over- "I brought?her up with me. She's at the Frank," he kept saying. judgment suit. Terms, together cash for cost title.J. .
." wise. is the most amiable little darling Grand." : it from her said purchaser paying
-they were on their way to England, Lesby Not if we can keep A. ELLEKMANN:
to when one night they were awakened oy an that ever breathed, and yet they don't "What! Bere in London?" the barrister'luidly; and he sat back in. Sheriff Nassau ,

: ". ; awful crash, and, rushing on deck, they seem as they should be. Hang his first "Of course. I am going tc take her to his grimly amused, and Fernandina Fla. June 1 1883.AN .County.
I I :; found all in confusion. Some vessel had wife Humph well, no; she's deceased. Paris.*" thinking that, after all, his sister might ,
Jf '. run into them during a fog, cut the great What a fool the man is to poison his cup of "Via Folkestone; ?" have done worse than marry the big honest
a : ., .A.ustralliner down below the water's edge, happiness like this! By Jove, what a good "Curse it,:no! via Dover. -I shall take an Englishman, whose good looks and manly i ORDINANCE
',, l 'I and during the next half hour there was a thing it would be if Lesby had a dangerousfit assumed name. We'll travel for a few years, ways had won her heart. iI I Entitled an Ordinance to Carryon
fight for life. of sickness; it would bring Jack back to till that fienCl of a woman really dies. Frank, But it was a tedious time, and it took all a more General System of
't t John Audas behaved admirably. When his senses, and-heigh, ha, ha, hum, how she was a perfect curse to me. My life was the young barrister's skill in tempting his Vaccination within the City ot
t : I the rush was made for the boats he knocked sleepy I am-and "- one long torment! and here, now that my brother-in-law into fresh narratives, to keep Fernandina.Be .
; i 1 down half a dozen cowards one after the That was all, for he dropped off to sleepat life has been one long bliss, like a spoiledfool him from rushing back to his hotel and tak-
t "'t t ; i' other and by sheer strength helped the once. But he had similar thoughts to I have been hipped and gloomy; and, ing flight to avoid the police, who would it ordained,first, That in order inhabitantof to havea
": ; t captain: to send off the first boat properly these every night during his stay and againon Frank-wo&ld you believe itI was sucha soon be on his track. thorough enrollment of every
'. i I manned, with half the women his way back to London, after doublingthe brute, such a scoundrel to poor Lesby thatI At last, though, the telegram arrived, and the city of Fernandina, the city shall, for
I merely stipulating that shrieking passengers, elderly length of his visit, and even then his found faint with the dinner, and I said-I there was a curiously puckered appearance the purpose of making such enrollment, be
d brother-in-law half offended becausehe wish had been cut out." Reston's he it divided into four districts, for each of which
I wife should be one. Then he helped with being my tongue about Frank eyes as opened
: the next, and got that off safely, before would not, as Audas said, '* make it a What did you say that for?" and held it, gazing at it for a few moments there shall be appointed by Council a com-
: ., r ", being overpowered, for a mad rush ensued, few more days." "No, no J: did not say that. I said if my without speaking. petent person to make an enrollment ac-
4'4 I ;y the other boats were filled anyhow, and at If my first wife had been alive If my first wife hall been alive we would have had Why don't you put me out of my mise- cording to blanks furnished and them by Coun-of
;,i N I last the captain, second mate, half a dozen first wife had been alive !1" the very beat of a better din 1er. ry?" cried Audas, at last, and snatching the cil, setting forth the name residence
I district the number of
each in his
::I men and the brave young passenger were the train seemed to pour those words in "I should] hardly have believed it ot you, telegram he read the one word, No. family ,
i : 'w':1 ,\ left alone upon the deck thesinkingship, Frank Reston's ears as he sped south, and John Audas. What Why, what does this mean ?" persons habitually residing in such family,
the matrimonial situation at "No would not Frank but I'm sucha Audas the Ultra- how many have been vaccinated, with how
'. with just time enough to lash a few spars thought over you: ; I asked if Mrs. was at
: the fool at times. You see I'm not like marine Hotel said Reston "and many has vaccination taken, when vac-
'1 .' together, throw them overboard, and trust Coppices. you slowly,
:'. ." s / themselves to. this frail support before the Poor little Lesby He'll break her all brains. ?I'd give anything to be as cleverandand" the answer comes back No.Iy dear boy cinated and by whom?
vessel went down. heart," he said to himself. I do not won- : + it's a hoax." Be it further ordained, That immediatelyafter

.,'. 1 From this raft they were picked up ex- der at it. She feels jealously miserable about I "As ugly aft "Hah !1" ejaculated John Audas, drawingin such enrollment is completed habitation the city
'I haunted, half dead, by a passing ship, having that first wife. I wish now I had spoken to "No old fellow ; I was going to say as and expressing a long breath, and then physician shall visit!: every contain! reported -
wise as Ah Frank that woman toward door. by the inspectors to personsnot
'. seen no more of the boats, all of which Jack. you are. striding the
f I don't! he said after little when I married her and .' do?" vaccinated within two years, and pro-
No What to
: ; were lost, presumably, in the gale which a more was nearly Ififty I are you going and
,I came on before many hours had passed; thinking, "it would not have been wise. she only had me out of spite, I believe, so "First find out who did that." ceed forthwith to offer his services for
:. \ I I and thus:: it was that John Audas found Perhaps something may happen to bring as to annoy;sbme one else. I never had a Nonsense, man Some fool who thoughtyou in behalf of the city.
,: : himself a widower at thirty-five and far him to his senses," he said, after a another moment's peace with her. I was a bigger were not happy with your wife to try Be it further ordained, That any shall person note or
I .1 to be vaccinated
does fool when I married her than I am now. I persons refusing
something always bapnen"And -
: from inconsolable, for report said his exist- pause; you their
l
: once with the relict of the colonial magnate then he read the Times till he reached say, you won't think of my being separatedfrom "It was that::\Iiss"- permitted to leave his,communication her or placeof
have
abode or
nor
a had been of the kind to which some people town Lesby. Never mind who it was, man. Go backto any
him her them
j allow one to visit or
t term. But your wife. She has the best rightto Lesby. and take her for a run on the con- any
.give a unpleasant under
very vaccinated
until they are duly a
,.<' I :ISo little indeed was the handsome young Frank Reston sat in his dingy room hardat you-of course the right. tinent. It will do you both good. penalty of not less than $2 nor more than $5
Si colonist affected by his loss that after settling work over a brief-not his first; but these .'I don't care," said the big fellow, settinghis "By Jove, I will !I" cried Audas. "I say, for each and offense, or an ImpriSOn--
''' ', : down at the Coppices, where he reveled in documents were sufficiently rare visitants to teeth and growing stern and dogged come and dine with us and see us off after- ment of not every more than 15 days, or both at
:;'\ .}:' :n:: the life of a country gentleman, a year had make him study those which came with the now. "I'd about lost my head. That tele- ward. the discretion of the Mayor.
MN: ,. ", hardly passed before he was a suitor for the most intense application. gram was a regular crusher. But I'm com- "To be sure I will," said Frank Reston ; Passed first, second and third reading
4 iI hand of Lesbia Reston, the daughter of the Probably from a desire that the deep ing round now, and I should like to see the and he did, spending a pleasant evening May 23, 1883. F. C. SUHRER,
; old vicar of Calkston, and the belle of the truths that he gleamed from the carefully- man who'd step between me and my wife." with his brother-in-law and sister, whose President of Council.
county ball.Matters written folios before him should not escape But she is not your wife, sir," cried pallor seemed to wear off as she saw her Attest

( followed one another in the most after being once taken into his head, the Reston sternly. husband's high spirits and heard his plans. [SEAL] WM.: F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.
; : prosaic way. John Audas was beyond reproach young barrister was resting his brow upon "And I say she is,'' cried Audas, rising, Approved :
: i : for a son-in-law : his wooing was his hands his elbows were upon the table, with his fists clenched and a fierce menac- "Not a bad bit of work," said Frank Res- C. HALEY, Mayor.
downright and honest ; and the lady found and his thumbs over his ears, while, as from ing look in his eyes. "I say she is my dear ton; as he watched the train steam out of
the bluff sun-browned well-informed fellow time to time, he read a few words out aloud, wife, and no law shall come between us or the Viaduct Station for John Audas would
/ -albeit he was far from clever-quite a contrast it seemed in thesemi-obscurityofthe gloomyroom separate us. Oh, Frank, I do love her not by Folkestone., Do him good. NEW IIOUSE OPEN.
s and relief after the insipid locals" of as if he were addressing himself to a dearly, and I never knew how much till I Bring go him to his senses. Deuced unprofes-

the neighborhood ; so the result was that, venerable gentleman on the other side of received this awful news." sional trick, though. Ha, ha!I" he laughed,
.4I! after rather a short intimacy, John Audas the room till a more penetrating look "Humph !" said Reston dryly ; "somemen as he lit a cigar. If first wife had been TOURIST HOTEL,
t Frank Reston showed that the venerable gentleman was don't find it out till their wives are my
P tj proposed, was accepted. came alive !l' I wonder what Jack would say if FERXA27DIXA FLA.,
e,t tH tf from the Temple to be present at his sister's only the young barrister's wig-block with dead. Here, let's see that message again. he knew who sent him that telegram?"- ,
Ya Redding, and now that, six months later,he the time-honored grizzled head-gear which We must look at this matter in a cool, busi- Whitehall Review.A is now open to the public. New and neatly
; had run down to spend a few days at the betokened the regular wearer's position in a ness-like way." furnished, located in the most delightfulpart
f Coppices, to have a little shooting, he found court. "Of course. You can ; I couldn't; it of the island. Large and sunny rooms.A .
r her thin pale, careworn and ready at a word "Gentleman to see you, sir," said his nearly drove me mad." REMARKABLE FIND.A good home for parties wishing to stop a
.", to burst:into tears. clerk, entering. the room. "Um-um-um," buzzed the young bar- discovery which has just been made at few weeks or months in the South.
Why, little Lesby he cried with all his "Name?" said Frank, laconically. rister, reading the telegram. Bigamy is an Aleppo is likely to cause considerable sur- Terms-$2 per day; $8 to $10 per week.
S'al 4 old petting ways, what is it? Surely Jack Wouldn't give no name, sir. Must see awkward offence against the law. Um- prise in military circles, for, according to W. W. CLAY, Manager.The .
., .;i is not behaving badly to you?" you directly, sir. um-um. Let's see, you received this tele- the Turkish official gazette of that place, a
Ai No. Oh, no It is nothing, Frank ; I ama "Hullo !" exclaimed the barrister, as a gram this morning?" party of engineers, while making excava-
:: little hysterical." well muffled-up traveler:forced his way in, Yes, and packed up and came off at tions beneath the citadel of the town, have splendid Strathmore Hotel,
vki, .But it is something!I" he exclaimed. bag and rug in hand. once. Lesby thinks it's important business come upon a large wrought-iron breech on the finest beach in the world, will be
!.,, Til have it out with John." Hush only me ; send away your clerk. regarding money affairs." loading cannon which must have been open every fine day for the accommodationof
1" 11 M *'My dear Frank,you'll make me wretched Frank Restou nodded at his wonderingaid Humph !1" said Reston, holding the tele- buried for at least 250 years. That the beach parties, under the same management -

.', if you say a word." who left the, room. gram first on one side, then on the other! weapon should be a breech-loader is in itself 10T

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ALL SIZES. ROOFING AND GUTTERING, PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT .,
Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERXANDIXA
Post Office Box 174. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. FLA.MA
jan4 JTefnanaina, FlaLOUIS : faCOLLINS&COHARTFORD
----- --* .t A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
j A. C. LAXGE, call, and compare my prices with those of FRED W. HOYT & CO'S,

other houses, here or elsewhere. SECOND STREET, Near Centre.

UPHOLSTERER,. ,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Foot of Centre Street, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS rY
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FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. WTIIE NEW STORE.
Furniture repaired in the best manner. 3 't s
Hair Mattresses made to order at short We invite your attention to our
notice. 36 :a W. F. WOOD, Jr., }[ SC I

IV. E. SNYDER 1 Glassware
DR. Crockery
0 > Proprietor, [}r :mC ,

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a and offer our Goods in these lines as low as
f r' 5 > OII'
o= the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of

8 ) ,9". ::" a: : very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, I

.=....
3 Dinner Sets, Lumps, etc., etc.; Tin

W 6 %: -- s s Chamber Sets all colors; WoodenWare -
fI ?
AUD of all kinds; and Housekeeping

OPERATIONS FIRST CLASS; 20 years' S Sr Utensils generally. OF
; charges reasonable. Sets
of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and FRED W. IIOYT .fc CO. Axes
:a: Hatchets Picks
every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -
Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and : t
made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand
C> CC >
advice free, and willingly given. 10 C. II. HTJOT, AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY t t .,r

DRUGS MEDICINES ETC > .{ Fernandina, j-jj :E TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also .
DEALER IN-
FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
Cor. Centre & Third. ,
IsT11I3LISIIED 187 :B j }- S

-- CIDLERYGroceries all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines. ;. .

JSS-TIIE NEW STORE.Know. Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &c., l f f xr}Y
DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES by writing to the makers,

Hardware, COLLINS & CO.. 212 Water St., New York. .'
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& CO., DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, -- i i"i a
-1CUARANTEED TO CURB AIL CASES OF
INDICESTION LOST APPETITE BILIOUSNESS; ; ..
Second Street
SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH,
;
=I PHARMACISTS 1= COSTIVENESS: ENLARCED SPLEEN COLIC,&0- :;
vie FERNANDINA, FLA.
Bev.J.B.Graves Editor and Proprietor"Baptist." J. R.Johnson. M, D..of Abbeville. Miss. Aug i .
Memphis Tenn. Bays: I received package of your 11,1882,says: I am a graduate Georgia M'edicaI '
FERNANDINA Liver Medicine, and have used about half of It. It College aad have practiced thirty-five years. I tile '
Centre Street, worts like a charm.I want no better Liver Regulator your medicine In my practice. It is not only a good
and certainly no more of Zeilln's mixture. Liver Medicine. ,but it la a sovereign remedy for flux. ,
Eev.E.A.Hufflns,Franklin.Ey. ; '-' 1 Rev.J.S.Beasley Summerton. ,: ., ,
FEItNANDINAFLORIDA: Aug.'82,says: It is the best medicine .' ; S C.,Jan.'82 says: Iba\"eusedZ U-
I have ever taken In my life. It b'JI Vi' E 'R' in's preparation a great deal but find ,
That
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS [STEAM ] [SAW ] {[MILL.]} la caring me of I>J pepsla.Send ma .'i!.. I in your its effect medicine on the altogether system.The superior best. ,
another package. Most have it. ? a
constantly on hand a fine assort- will cure the worst case -.J. .. ,* .. a,
KEEP v. Rev.J. L. Brittaln, of Bio v le,I, Dr.S. Mansfield, Wholesale Druggist. Memphis.Tenn.
of FRESH and PURE FOR- of dyspepsia.Will Ala. March 1882,says: I suffered with ..says "Have sold it 30 TZ"B my predecessor ,
EIGN and DOMESTIC id and costiveness,and your sold It many years before me.That this medicine Is a ,
C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, medicine cured me.My wife has used it good one.no one can denyand that it is the true and
with admirable effect for sick-headache genuine'olmmons Liver Medicine'none dare gainsay
and Chemicals insure a hearty appetiteand Original sal Only Genuine. ZsUS.1310.1 EY
Drugs increased digestion. TTAS constantly on handLumber Put up In 25c.and $1.packages| MEDtOINEf t
and bottles by Y
J.F.SIMMONS&J CO. r.LOU M ,
and Patent Medicines
Homoeopathic J&" by Cargoes. ,
Cures general debility, and OLD BY ALLDRUGGISTSDR. .

Proprietary and Fancy Goods, gives a new lease of life. Office on Second Street. vie ; -

CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN

FINE TOILET ARTICLES, Dispels low nervous spirits.depressionand WH tB AtB AH RBTA?ALI I! ;,

PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., "iH
BLOOD SYRUPCures
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Restores an exhausted nurs- IN GREAT VARIETY. :
o
ing mother to full strengthand
O all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,.
abundant 3
gives sustenance -
jpSf Physicians' Prescriptions I It .
carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at for her child. -t I rr... Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its

reasonable prices. 0 efficacy in healing< the above named diseases, and .i.'

Strengthens the muscles and I it to be the Best Remedy Known to 3an.
pronounce .:
A. B. KOYES
DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. nervesenriches the blood. + :


PALMER\ BRO'S, Overcomes weakness,wake- fC jIooId DEALER IN- ,I ... GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.R' *

+ fulness,and lack of energy ./} e+ Trade Mark. yIDOW'S
-- +- +--414111-I +
; W Family Supplies, I 5 e-AG ENTS WANTSDLaboratory .t

PHARMACISTS Keeps off all chills, fevers, Z .

.+ and other malarial poison. HEAVY GROCERIES, I I IE. 77 West. Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it. .;; .:

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hrN CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881. w v
Centre Street, near Depot Will infuse with new life Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your

the weakest invalid. i Hay and Grain, I 00 Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. '
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. o I I 46 RUDIE CTI 4 ER-l.


37 Walker For six St.,Baltimore I have been,Dee. 1881. H 'SHIP STORESQ: I| t IRAMSIBLEY&CO
years great ,
ABSOLUTELY P URE ,
JST sufferer from Blood Disease, Dys-
2S = I H'
pepsiaandConstipation.andbecame 1 !
CORDIALS |
GINGER
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED so debilitated that I could not retain Furniture I JAMAICA !
,
anything on my stomach in fatt, JLTURNIP
life had almost become a burden. i
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Finally when hope had almost left Stoves, NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT, ,.
me, my husband seeing BROWN'S IRON BITTERS advertised in the X ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It :

Standard Patent :Medicines, paper am now induced taking me to the give third it a bottle trial.I Paints, is very pleasant to take, and !i :

and have not felt so well in six O Crockery,, y i JSEED1e a
years as I do at the present time. CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,

-I| Fancy TOILET Articles, |I- Mrs.L. F.Gw nx.BROWN'S 00 00. Hardware, N COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC, I r NEW CROP READY r i ,c

IN JULY! :
DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,
WillowWare.S' 5
IRON BITTERSwill 'CATALOCUE&&PRICE LIST. '.
Send for t
PERFUMERY, PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, (I f.;

have a better tonic rrw HIRAM SIBLEY& CO. : r
XiUBIIV'S EXTRACTS, etc. .- and MALARIA, by warming and stimulating -
who' '
effect o '
upon any one the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy ROCHESTER N.Y. CHICAGO ILL. ''
needs thanany H -" "> rra t19.183MAIN STREET. 200-206 Randolph! SL :
"bracing .
Sold
up, action. by
< -
ami careful attention paidto .
g& Especial
O r
PALMER BRO'S, to-
medicine made. .
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PHYSICIAN PRESCRIPTIONS! by Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. To Rent. J
pHj
an experienced Druggist. The property known as SanbornV Stores.. ; r
-MR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep JPJA1so, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA I Apply for particulars to -
ih oct GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made A. B. Norrs. ;
g
Prca! tow t
over the store, and will respond to all callsat ; &a &a ; ; e without pepper. 22 I Fernandina,July 15-tf. '
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1, lf;:; :! i id THE FLORIDA MIRROR. military competitive drill at Nashville, the CHARMING SEASON FOR TRAVEL.THE Jay Gould's new yacht Atalanta. made a I 1, JUTE.To .

"J1B friends of education instituted a State ora- trip on Saturday. Mr. Gould, Chas. Cramp i the Editor of the Mirror:

1, ; ':i : .., {:' SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 188S. torical contest, in which a prize for oratorywas SHENANDOAH VALLEY ROUTE-THE PULLMAN and others were on board. The run from Having for some time taken much inter-

"'' ,j i.1 .:''". to be awarded, the contestants to be se- CARS AS MISERABLE AS E\"ER-THE Chester to Philadelphia was made in the remarkably est in the statistics connected with this industry -

1 !;1 ;5 A REFORM GOVERNOR. lected from the literary societies of the sev- GREAT BROOKLYN BRIDGE. quick time of forty-nine minutes, i and in so doing entered into corre-

: ; 1'{ :;: Governor Cleveland, of New York, has recently eral universities: The University of Tennessee NEW YORK, June 3, 1883. I I a record believed to be unequaled. At times i spondence with both producers and con-

,!,: ; vetoed a large number of items in the at Knoxville; the Southwestern Uni- The new route opened last year, called : she made over sixteen knots an hour.It sumers of the product, it appears not inop-

1.' : ;' Supply Bill, passed by the Legislature of versity, at Clarksville; the Cumberland Uni- the Shenandoah Valley Route, opens to the seems strange in these hot days to read portune to place before your readers some

', .J!, >:\,1/, Xbat State the whole amount of the items versity, at Lebanon ; the Vanderbilt Uni- traveler one. of the most lovely sections of of thirty schooners being so solidly ice-locked of the results, and at the outset acknowledge -

h ,; '< 11')"":' vetoed aggregating $250,000. Among these 1 versity, at Nashville; and the University of country anywhere to be found. The whole I in the Gulf of St. Lawrence that their crews my obligations to the Department of

ui'r t.!:}5 items were extra fees to lawyers, gratuities the South, at Sewanee, accepted the invita- route from Chattanooga to Roanoake is have fallen short of provisions, and the Can- Agriculture at Washington for the very interesting -

I !;.t/,; ;, to widows of deceased officials, etc. The tion, and sent their representatives to con- through a beautiful; country, but the valleyof adian Government is about to send a steamer pamphlet of Professor Waterhouse,

jf.1 ,1 ) .::: Governor, in his message says, as a remind- test for the prize of oratory, the winning of the Shenandoah is exceedingly charm- to their relief. The place where these and the practical lessons of Mr. Menlaas.

t ; ;:'.. ='1 ; er to the Legislature which had so lavishly which it was felt would confer honor on ing. A new and handsome town has been vessels
I are imprisoned is no further north Jute has been cultivated in India for hun-

.. :.j',.:' ;1 t' appropriated the people's money. "Public their University, as well as credit upon improvised Roanoake, manufactured, as it than the south of England. dreds of years, but it is only within the last

I : : J.'; officials having the money of the people in themselves.The were, to order by skillful architects, and
half
that it has
Seven hundred and Irish century entered largely into
j. >:!':' .1: .their keeping solemnly charged with the hall of the House Representatives, brought into existence in a few months. fifty immigrants
arrived in New York the Bel- the commerce and industry of foreign na
by
steamship
!1', >,' .( !: duty of expending the same with a due regard in the splendid Capitol at Nashville, was se- The valley of the James is traversed for a tions.A .

: I : m- to business principles, for the substantial lected as the arena of the forensic contest. distance often or more miles, the Shenan- gravia on Monday. They are an installmentof

_::1 : t '. good of the citizens, and for the public The orations were to be original, and the doah road running on its eastern banks, many thousands of Irish poor whom the warm, humid climate is essential to suc-
cessful culture. It thrives
,i' !, .: y}:;:i. i: needs. This positively excludes the appropriation matter, as well as the manner, was to be and the Richmond & Alleghany road on its English Government intend to ship to this luxuriance with almost
Each immigrant received t5 from equal : upon high lands or allu-
'. \:j of the same for gratuities vesting considered in the The orderof country. ;
: ; ; adjudication. western banks. The finest part of the Shenandoah -
vial bottoms.
It will
the English Government of which 3 14s. grow upon compara-
: .tf: ;.' solely on motives of charity and benevolence speaking was to be arranged by lot, and valley is in the upper portion along ,
tively dry uplands in flooded
} ; /\ went to pay the passage over, leaving them or valleys,
t' .
;::1\' the time to be occupied was limited. by Luray and Front Royal, the scene of ,
: r ... .\ rr 1 6s., or $6.50, each to begin life in this but it prefers a high, moist sandy loam,
The is well stated.
f'1 .' f. t principle Legislatures, The vast hall, it is said, was crowded witha Stonewall Jackson's brilliant exploits. The (alluvial mold, with a liberal admixture of
for few have of their
s country, own.
!: I ; :, boards of county commissioners, city count noble assemblage of interested auditors. broad expanse of.green meadows and fieldsof money sand; is favorable to its growth) but a
;
I .: ,;;, .tf' ells, are all trustees, and in the administra- The alumni and friends of the several uni- grain, the meandering river and the bold FOREIGN. dry or a soil is not very
t Timothy Kelly, the fifth of the-men con- very sandy adapted to its
-,. 1' .. tion of their trusts are confined to the limits versities were present in large numbers, the outlines of the mountain ranges on either tillage. ,
e victed of in the Phoenix Park
t: ,, : ;. t" ." 1 defined by the constitution and laws of the galleries were filled with young men. The side, present a series of changing views, participation In India the land intended for this is
murders suffered the last crop
1;! :" j :: State. They have no right to be generous interest felt in the result was intense and beautiful and picturesque. For traveling penalty Saturday usually broken in the fall
.I up thoroughly
at Kilmainham Dublin.
jail
,
i'I / .xyith! the moneys of the people or to devote the contests of ancient Greece could hardly through such scenery, it would be a happy
ploughed, pulverized, deeply exposed to sun
i, :" t. I them to other than strictly legal and necessary Mount Vesuvius has recently shown
', have aroused greater enthusiasm. It seemeda thought if railway coaches could be pro- and air and richly manured. The seed is
". of The of
t' ;.: purposes. There is a constant tendency renaissance of those classic contests, so vided with lookouts, like the roof seats on greater signs activity. eruption broadcast from
:.... ": in such bodies to overstep the limits of legitimate stones and incandescent lava, especially at sown 20 to 30 pounds to the
memorable in history, when the orators, the the old coaches, when one could take it all The time of
varies with
acre. the
sowing
;4: .; ,,,- k'J' .. expenditure, and to appropriate poets the actors, and the athletes of Ancient on either side ; but show, not convenience, night, is very brilliant, drawing almost irre- condition of soil and climate, ranging from
I t '. sums of from motives of sistibly the attention to the mountain. A
I money charity or
t; Greece met at her great festivals in noble is the theory of car-builders and railway
February to April at Calcutta late
as
as
t; ,) benevolence. No member of the Legislature new eruptive crater in formation can alreadybe ;
I emulation to contest for the laurel crown. people. It in
July. matures from twelve to fifteen
.I. $i' it is to be presumed, would pay three That intolerable nuisance the Pullman clearly seen from Naples. The last one
All the contestants acquitted themselveswell weeks and
grows from 10 to 20 feet, with an
',
fell into the interior of the old crater.
;:. ; or four dollars per day to any person for and received merited applause. Tennessee sleeping car, has now held its place without average of 12 to 15. In Bengal the
..
f f' t sitting for a few hours at the door of his An official statement shows that more than average
.\ felt proud of the oratorical and intel- any increase of comfort or convenience fora yield is from 2,000 to 3,000 pounds
; ': ,. 1 t' tons of coal taken out of per acre ;
place of business to open and close the door. 134,000,000 were
' I f lectual ability displayed by the representatives quarter of a century. All the improve- in Calcultta, from 500 to 1,000.
1, :. 't Why then should he appropriate the peo- the British mines last year, and in doing
of her great schools. The contest ment there has been has been in ornamen-
.( pIe's in in which he would this vast work nearly half a million No portion of the product is wasted. The
money a manner persons
r closed, the decision of the judges was awaited tation ; but the berths are low, stuffy and
' :. ; his were employed. Sir Henry Bessemer has leaves and ashes are used for manure, the
? So in
'" appropriate own extra pay with nervous anxiety. Twenty long min- uncomfortable, suffocating and cramped,
'
: "I:: and gratuities. made the calculation that if this coal were stalks for baskets and fuel, the seed for oil
utes elapsed before a decision was reached, without conveniences for dressing. The
'. formed into columns of 50 feet and cake, the roots for fuel and paper, and
cylindrical
,
;' Governor Cleveland has of course called
,
.1 but when they came forward and announced upper berths shut down upon you like the
diameter and 500 feet in and if these the silky floss which escapes from the fibresin
I height
; out a great deal of intemperate criticism ,
: : that they had awarded the gold medal for lid of a box, and heavy, stuffy curtains
from those who have suffered the were placed in a row, their own diameter the process of manufacture is wroughtinto
t c by exercise highest excellence to Mr. Garwood,of Texas, shutting out all ventilation ; heavy blank-
hats !
: ( of his pruning knife, but the mass of apart, they would make a colonnade 85
one of the representatives of the Universityof ets, hard pillows, and rough cushion mat-
jt t t miles and 750 yards long the product of The statistics of the development of the I
: ,
: the people will commend him for his
j'
i 1 manliness the South, the great hall rang with,.long tresses, make it a gilded. torture to the deli-
( : each being sufficient to make jute culture in India are most impressiveand
working day
i;: : .1 independence and adherence to his continued applause, alike from the friendsof cate or the sick.. I
:. t fourteen such columns.A suggestive. In 1862 India exported :
\. constitutional obligations, to see that the the victor and the vanquished. Although The Legislature of Illinois have enacted a
10,000,000 pounds of fibre and and
!i i .' i i1': State received no harm. Sewanee had triumphed, they all felt honored law making it optional with the occupant of railroad was opened last month between 300,000,000 yards of gunncloth.rope. In, 1863

f', : >4 I The Governor has shown great independence by so noble a race. the lower berth to have the upper, when Tiflis, the capital of Transcaucasia, and Ba-

v" :. if in all his appointments to office, and not occupied let down or not, at pleasure. kou one of the ports on the Caspian Sea. England employed more than 30,000 spin-
,
It was said that the decision lay be- dles in spinning 80,000,000 pounds of Indian
t: to t' made competency and character the test of The new sleeper invented, or rather arranged It is intended to connect this last with the
tween the representatives of the University
jute; and jute now stands fourth on the list
i ; ;i' fitness. Of course the professional politicians of the South, Garwood and Guerry of South by a Troy man, with staterooms Black Sea. This road reduces communication of exports from India.

ti,, f *. are greatly disgruntled, but it will be Carolina thus reflecting a double honor across the car, promises to be a great im- from five days to fifteen hours between Some of the Indian factories are immense.One .

": 1! found that good appointments will always provement.The Tiflis and Bakou. It is the greatest com-
that institution.The .
.,; upon at Barnagpoor, near Calcutta, employs
i + vindicate themselves and Governor who mercial achievement of Alexander Ill's
a weather has been rather wet and yet
University of the South at Sewaneeis
I 4,500 workmen, utilizing more than 30,000000 ,-
:?. 'f' has the judgment and discretion to make more of a representative school of the changeable at the North, with an occasional reign. The line traverses a region reputedly pounds of jute.In .

; fitness the primary qualification, will be day. enormously rich in petroleum. The petro-
oppressively warm
'
. Southern States than the other institutionsin 1872 India exported 700,000,000 poundsof
:' .f .sustained by the of the leum business was at its outset almost
great mass people. Taking advantage of a cool afternoon I en-
Tennessee, a large majority of its students jute, of which England took 400,000,000.In .
,', 'i No man in politics or anywhere else is permanently coming from the other Southern walked across the East River Bridge, gener- tirely in the hands of Armenians, but is the same year 900,000 acres were devotedto

; ; : injured by a strict adherence to This now shared by persons of divers national-
f.tl'j States. It presents an admirable example ally called the Brooklyn Bridge. mag- its culture,and 1,350,000 natives employedin
:1 duty. nificent structure well be consideredone ities.
of intellectual and physical activity. Its. may -- the cultivation.Let .
'!" The satisfactory administration of Gover students have had several contests with the of the wonders of the age. As a triumphof THE APACHES DEFEATED.
\ us now turn to Great Britain and
see
j \ 11 nor' Cleveland shows that no independent base-ball clubs of other universities, and mind over :matter, it is a wonderful how the
industry there. In
: : i J' movement is necessary to reform abuses have always come off victorious, and they achievement. It is so large, so strong andso GENERAL CROOK'S TRIUMPHANT RETURN FROM there in Dundee progresses Scotland 1872

: y 3 where they exist, and that a Democratic steady that can hardly realize that MEXICO. were ( ) about one
seem to be quite as well prepared for the one
TUCSON A.T., June 12.-A courier arrived hundred jute mills, employing upwards of
t
,
Governor selected his
by party for his purity he is suspended in the air nearly one hun-
one contest as the other. This is as it shouldbe.
at Tombstone last night from Crook's head- 20,000men and
manufacturing over 180,000000 ,-
: i;i his fairness and his ability, can most and feet above the water. The
dred
''. Jens sa.no in corpore sano : the sound fifty quarters at Silver Creek, Arizona, bringingthe pounds of jute annually. In that
.
4", ,; effectually carry out the principles of the mind in the sound body should be the aim passage of an immense crowd, with a con- first; official information of Crook's: ex- year
50,000,000 most of
: ) Democratic creed. of all of educational institutions. These tinuous line of vehicles, does not give it the pedition. It left American soil on the third gunny bags, them madein
.\ I ,. .: our of May, marching twenty-five miles southeast Dundee, were exported from Great Brit-
'.f'f contests are admirably suited to bring out slightest tremor;; the four great cables, nine- from San Bernadino to the
l' : ;';, THE PENSACOLA NAVY-YARD TO boundary ain, and the importation of jute rose to 300-
the best that is in our young men. The ball teen inches in diameter, suspend the enor- line of Chihuahua and Sonora, following 000,000 pounds.
f' ; BE CLOSED mous mass of wood and iron with perfect the trail of' the hostiles. Crook was guided
play gives life and activity and strength to
Jute enters freely into combination with
i "[ The .Navy-iard Commission, of which : by an Apache named Hadaski: who was
; ,', ;r i <: '1 1 Commodore Luce is president, has recommended the physical nature, and in due moderation firmness. captured near San Carlos, just previous to cotton, linen and silk ; it is a material part

"r. \ the promotes the healthy: exercise of the mental The accident iwhich occurred three days the expedition's departure. At point about of twilled stair carpeting and low-priced
"l closing of the Pensacola Navy- hundred miles south of the line the
1:1 faculties. Study, carried to excess, weakens previous to my crossing seemed to me unac- two broadcloth, and in such combinations imi-
1 :, Yard. They consider of absolute importance command crossed: the Sierra Madre ranges,
.1 that the Mare Island Navy-Yard in both mind and body, while mere physical countable. There was absolutely no cause and advanced fifty, miles over an indescribably tates the gloss of Irish linen, the lustre of

t < ; California be retained it is the exercise fashions only the animal portion of for it, but the stdmpede produced by a senseless rough trail, eight mules being killed by French silk, the beauty of Turkish rugs,
as only
,
,, *: If navy- our nature. Both seem well combined at panic. The; fatal stairs are wide, con- falling over precipices. They marched with- and the splendor Axminster Kidderuin-
4 yard the Pacific ,
: on coast. By a parity of out The rendered almost
delay. men were
:', 1 Sewanee, where, on the broad mountain venient and ample, and although it was said ster and Brussels carpetings.The .
barefoot the rocks. After fourteen
d i reasoning the Pensacola Yard should also by sharp
plateau, there is an ample field for their ex- there was a mach larger crowd when I hard annual
; 1 be retained. It is the only navy-yard be- days of marching, day and night, the value of jute now importedinto
-; : ercise. We learn that, encouraged by the passed over than] at the time of the accident Indian camps at Chatoa and Bonito were Dundee is $15,000,000. This industry
: tween the mouth of the Chesapeake and the discovered in the heart of the Sierra Madves
interest taken in this State contest, it is pro- there was no difficulty in freely moving alone has created
a flourishing citygiven
9 ,I I Rio Grande, a distance of nearly 2,000 miles. in an almost impregnable position. The
; posed another year to have an inter-State along. The great bridge is the most notableof did not dream of attack for employment to thousands of families
1 i J f No workshop of repairs is to be left and the Apaches en- pro-
"' whole of the Southern States from national contest at Nashville. Will our all that the great metropolis has to ex- trance to their stronghold:: was next to impossible moted commerce by the importation of the

: ':1 Virginia Florida schools be represented in so noble a hibit, and few will fail to visit it. and the warriors were principallyout raw material and the exportation of the
to Texas left without
: : ; a naval workshop. On on a raid under Juh, only thirty-se ch
field? ____________ It to one coming from manufactured product and facilitated the
I M .: the, other hand, nearly all the Northern navy seems very strange bucks being in camp with the women and ,

"t.ti :1' yards are to be retained. It is said Mr. The work of freeing the slaves still goes Florida to see the trees not yet leaved out, children. The San Carlos scouts surroundedthe movement of the cotton and grain crops of

:: ; i 'Chandler the apple trees iji! bloom and corn not out camp before the hostiles were aware of the world.
; approves of the recommendations. on in Brazil. The Condessa de Barral e their proximity. They advanced from different -
x .,! ,Measured the condition her to of the ground. j F. What has been so successfully accom-
by present of the Branca gave liberty, on birthday, points and the scouts secreted themselves -

;, ; ;;, I :Navy, and the fact that none but iron ships forty slaves, the last she possessed, raisingto behind rocks and commenced firing plished in England can be done with a still

I ; :.,, 'ate now constructed, it may be that a reorganization about one hundred in all the number she NEWS NOTES.JDOMESTIC. upon the camp, creating a perfect panic. A grander success in the United States, wherewe
numbersucceeded in
i escaping, though nearlyall can not only spin and weave the fibre,
; :, t of the navy-yards was necessary, has emancipated gratuitously. In Ceara, the surrendered. Seven were found dead in

I. ;;, : ; but Pensacola has much greater advantages headquarters of the movement, the Quixer- : the camp, and five Mexican women and a i but also raise it-not only derive profits
The Virginia peanut crop has rotted on little girl taken i from making the fabrics but enrich our
for the construction of iron vessels than any amobim Society commenced its existence on were recaptured. They were ,
i the vines. : from Carmen and Chihuahua, and are now the and manufacture of
people by growth
f, / ; \ of th. Northern nav '-yards. The iron and March 25 with the emancipation of thirty- with General Crook in good health. Every-

: coal of Alabama lie within a short distance two slaves. On the 11th of the same montha Ninety-three thousand acres were planted thing in the camp was burned or carried off the staple. That this is no mere theoretical

.,,, .of Pensacola ; its capacious and deep harbor society was established at Crato, when with timber in Kansas; last year. by scouts. Among the property capturedwere hypothesis is proven by the actual experi-

,,, ,; affords every facility for docks, while its cli- twenty slaves were freed ; on the 18th the Miss Edith, daughter of Mr. HamiltonFish one hundred ponies and mules, forty ments made, under the auspices of the De-

.?ma'te .allows work to be carried on at all town of Pereira formed a society which is was married at Garrison, N. Y., on the being and clothes loaded, gold with and plunder silver, saddles watches, girdles, and partment of Agriculture, in the States of

y'' ',' times. We hope this reported action will be preparing to make a number of liberations. 6th inst., to a sort of Sir Stafford Northcote. several thousand dollars of gold, silver and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Louisianaand

reconsidered. The Pensacola Navy-Yard is Several emancipations since last mail are N. L. Dukes, the infamous principal in greenbacks, showing that they had been very Texas. These trials have conclusivelyestablished'

r ofnaionalimportance, and every State bor- also reported from Pernambuco. In Ama- the Dukes-Nutt tragedy at Uniontown, Pa., successful After the in fight their, most raids.of those who escapedcame the fact that, wherever there is a

dering on the Gulf and washed by the Mississippi zonas a bill has been brought in to vote was shot and instantly killed by James Nutt, in. Altogether, three hundred and hot, damp climate in our Southern State: ,

t is interested in its retention. Whether 10,000 milreis; to the Emancipation Society a son of Duke's victim. eighty-three prisoners were taken. The and a moist soil of sandy clay, or alluvial

operations are simply to be suspended, or of Manaos, and at the opening of the library chiefs captured were Bonito, Geronimo, mold, jute can be profitably raised.
A tornado struck Brush Creek, Iowa, last Nachez, Loco and Nono. The two latter The April plantings were cut in July, the
the yard abandoned and dismantled the re- I two slaves were freed.
dead. The chiefs
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and blew were long reported say June in Some of the stalks
port does not indicate. that the American boy, captured a month September.
., THE MarysvUk (California) Appeal says-: one-third of the; town away. The loss is ago in New :Mexico, is with the squaws in reached the height of fifteen feet, and the

4 w't t tt THE CULTIVATION OF ORATORY.: A new enemy to the orange tree has ap- $30,000 to $40,00p. No lives are reportedlost. the mountains. He is no doubt Charley fibre, in the judgment of experts, was supe-
A school-house was also blown over. McComasI: Runners were sent out and he rior in strength to that of India, while the
It is insect thana
bigger
nE peared. a green no is expected hourly.
r ; ; The secretary cf? the American Iron and yield in several cases was at the rate of 3,500
A RECENT CONTEST BETWEEN THE TENNESSEE flea. The creatures swarm on some of the After the fight, the command with the

',; j -. UNIVERSITIES. orange trees in town, and seem to be doing Steel Association says the pig iron trade is prisoners marched leisurely back to American pounds to the acre.
condition. On soil, and the entire command with the manufactured
't in a unsatisfactory the As to the demand for the
very
'' We have an abundance of oratory, such considerable injury to the foliage. Some of encamped Silver Creek
prisoners are now on
; u it is but is the trees also infested small 1st instant there !:were 638 furnaces in this material, it has been computed that for the
as ; a really good speaker quite same are by a about sixty miles south of Tombstone. Not

.F ,. rare. In our schools and colleges elocution brown insect, a little larger than the green country, of which 351 were in blast and 337 one of Crook's command was lost duringthe one article of bags alone over $100,000,000

out of blast. ; campaign. The courier states that the have been paid in one year. (In 1876 the
k is made one of the regular exercises, but, one, and almost as numerous.
General Crook remains at Silver
reason
f for the most part, awkward timidity settles A cyclone struck North Vernon, Ind., at Creek is that he is waiting news from the gunny cloth used in transporting the cotton

: .o down into sing-song, with periodical mechanical The Star Route cases, which have occu- 7i o'clock on Sunday night, destroyed a Secretary of War as to what disposition he crop cost $4,000,000!)

: ; gestures and misplaced emphasis. pied Judge Wylie's criminal court in Washington church and five I houses, and blew over a shall make of the Indians, as Mr. Wilcox, Again, as to the relative economy in the

r r 'Tennessee is quite an educational centre nearly six months, came to a close train of ten freight cars. No one was injured agent at San Carlos, refused to receive them. cultivation of the plant : According to
I General Crook will back to the Sierra
;+ and has several large universities and col- Thursday ; the jury rendering a verdict of there,but at Osgof>d two persons were killed. Madres after the rest go of the Indians, if they Southern testimony, it is four times as pro-

r' leges. On the occasion of the recent ,great not guilty for Brady, Dorsey, etc. and several houses blown down. do not come in. ductive as cotton or flax, while at the samev

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time it takes but one-tenth as much laborto those shipped from Savannah. The two Imo. IJSf C:r'S. {

raise it. In the manufacture of hemp following reasons alone are enough to prove x

and flax there is a loss of fifteen to twenty the truth : Fernandina is at least seven or Curiosity i Variety, Store a

per cent., while the loss in working jute is eight hours shorter by rail than Savannah, J. & T. KYDD

only nine per cent. There is also an inci- and all perishable stuff keeps better by water Offers a large and carefully i selectedHOSIERY- 1

dental advantage in the cultivation of jute than rail. And, again, in Fernandina thereis Corner of Centre and Third Streets.

not to be lost sight of in our Southern not such knocking about,as it is a quieter STOCK OF

States, viz: that the vigorous, luxuriant port.and therefore freights of all kinds receive ,
the almost exterminates careful packing.If For Gentlemen, Ladiesjand; Children:
growth of jute more
--I| SPRING GOODS
weeds from the soil in which it is grown, the truck-growers of Leon and the ad- :a:, 'DXEe,9aJEFS: : : L|
while the bitterness of its juice repels the joining counties would unite and form an

attacks of insects. It has also been found agency in New York or some other city, I Silk, Linen, and Cotton. a

that coton fields surrounded by a belt of would establish an office close to the dock, Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments, r
from the depredationsof and devote my whole time acting to their Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,

jute the were caterpillar exempted, while unprotected fieldsin interests, not only in connection with the Laces, Towels, Napkins, N w hints 1 &m ric 1 : Us: 1 I $ &tln: Bunting:

the same neighborhood suffered from its trucking business, but anything they might Dress Lining, Buttons, ,

ravages. If the same properties obtain in require.If and Notions Generally.A AND NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS.OUR .
connection with the products of the truck this should meet with your approval I ;

farmer, the cultivation of jute, as an insecti- would do all in my power to promote the new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK-

cide, would prove an invaluable blessing to interests of your rich and fertile country.E. TIES just received and marked low. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ''

market gardeners as well as planters. MARRIOTT. .
our ALEX. CUBTIS. OTTAWA, CANADA, May 31.1883.Absolutely Our Stock of COSSETS is Very Superior. Is now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS, FTi,i

St. Marys, Ga., June,1883.l'ICTOUIA'S The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced to Fine Goods. ; l

In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK-
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ABDICATION. ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS. we offer a
fine variety. A new stock just received and
OY4ROYAL Boots and Shoes
THE ALARMING REPORTS CURRENT IN WASHINGTON .
offered at VERY LOW PRICES.A .
CITY. FLORIDA AND SEMI TROPICAL CURIOSITIES

The Sunday Herald had the following: A SPECIALTY. !
"A representative of one of the prominent large and well-assorted Stock ;
tells me that a seri- SPRING I HATS
European powers very ftitlJTtt
for MEX, YOUTHS and BOYS, ,
ous event is impending in England, whichis 35- Orders from the Country Solicited:*
of the The reasons
the abdication Queen.
IN NEW AND NOBBY STYLES. ,
this course are her ,
given for unexpected '
Majesty's fast failing health and increasing KING S,
unwillingness, and sometimes inability, on u 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. JS5 Order BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save
her part to perform the duties incident to _;__ trouble, time and expense. '

i government." For some years the Queen has been a SEA ISLAND I! ROUTE. 3S- We are Agents for DEVLIN & CO., leading Clothiers of '

! mild believer in Spiritualism. She thought -- i New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail ; #

, the spirit of her dead husband used to assist i receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled. by our
out the which qir THE STEAMER
her in working questions per- resident New York buyer. r'
plexed and sometimes annoyed her. Since '
the death of her favorite servant, John f'f'

K Brown, she has been very much depressed, cr.r.. K. -yeJD:: :
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r and finally it was necessary to remove her A '

to Balmoral, where some of her happiest 4KI$0POWDER Xew York Office, 83 Walker Street, } FERXAXMA, FLORIDA. j
a days were spent with the lover and husbandof .
her youth.
"I am told that some very pathetic scenes r,
took place at her last visit there. She seemedto ST. NICIIQLASILL C
feel the actual presence of her dead hus-

band, and talked as though he were by her leave Fernandiha for Savannah RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. 7 '
side. This and other occurrences frightenedand every Tuesday Thursday and Satur-
alarmed her daughter Beatrice very day mornings, arriving at the latter place
greatly, and she insisted that some of the the same evenings. !
other members of the family should come Pure. Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE !
down at once. The life of Princess Beatrice nandina on Monday, Wepnsday and Fri- ;
,. must be something dreary beyond words. POWDER never varies. A marvel day: at 8 a. m. j s ;I.' :
"The information was telegraphed from THIS purity,strength and wholesomeness.More .
London by the Ambassador of a great powerto : economical than the ordinary kinds, Deck: Pass without bleals, $3.00 FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .
his sovereign on Wednesday last that the and cannot be sold in competition with the Cabin j 4.00

abdication of the Queen of England was multitude of low test, short weight, alum or Excursion, j 7.00
impending, and would probably occur very phosphate powders. Sold only in ca is.
soon. From any other than the most relia- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Through tickets sold to New York, Phila-
ble source I should doubt it. The Queen 33 lOG Wall Street, New York. delphia, Boston, and Batt iuore.
has clung to the visible endowments of the For tickets and state-rooms, apply at the
throne with such tenacity that she must THE FAIRMOUNT COLLEGEFOR Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. .
have greatly changed before the thought was Ai MERCIER,
bearable. But the breakdown of her health General Passenger Agent.J. .
has been followed by melancholia of the ITOTJjtTGLAIDIIES N. HARRD1ANat1ager.. "t*

most pronounced type. -t s tis- it
It seems not to be generally known that AN ORDINANCE J-
the trouble with the Queen's knee comes INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT i-
scrofulous and TIllS Entitled an Ordinance to Carryon
from a large ulcer of a can-
cerous nature that has formed under the MOUNT EAGLE, TENA\, a more General System or L t 1
knee-joint, and, in spite of all that can be Vaccination within the City or .. x '"
done, is eating its way through muscle and on the plateau of the Cumberland Mountains Fernandina. i; r i'
nerve to the bone, and her condition is very ,a few miles from the University of the Be it ordained,first, That;; in order to havea .
1 serious indeed. South. The location presents unequaled ad- thorough enrollment of ievery inhabitantof ( =: : .
"The abdication of the Queen and succes- vantages for health, being on the mountainand the city of Fernandina, the city shall, for > ,t
sion of the Prince of Wales as Prince Regent free from all malaria or liability to con- the purpose of making such enrollment, be FINE STEAMSHIPS ; ,:
would change the whole condition of En- tagious diseases.All divided into four districts, for each of which
glish politics." the branches usually pursued in there shall be appointed by Council a com- CITY OIP SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 T<)NS. ,

French Seminaries are taught, inclusive of petent person to make an enrollment according STATE 03 TEXAS, 1,42 TONS. s 1

, Our Port and Our Line. Modern Languages. to blanks furnished them by Council CARONDELET: 1,508 TONS. ,
Music is made a specialty under MADAME setting forth the name ?and residence of \
A CANADA CORRESPONDENT OF THE TALLAHASSEE WESTERN TEXAS 1,210 TONS. r
DEBARRY, a teacher of very high reputation each family in his district; the number of ra
FLORIDIAN ENDORSES IT. ,whose testimonials are from the first persons habitually residing: in such family, a
Having seen an offer made by Messrs. musical professors from abroad and in this how many have been vaccinated, with how .t

Mallory tt Co., to the truck-growers of country.The many !has vaccination tspcen. when vac- ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
charges of this school are moderate. cinated and by whom? j
Middle Florida them to
asking appoint an For terms and circulars address Be it further ordained, Tjliat: immediatelyafter
agent to accompany each steamer having SILAS B. McBEE, Principal. such enrollment is completed the city -1.i

vegetables to New York and other Northern References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer- physician shall visit every habitation reported of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK '
markets, and knowing how necessary such nandina ; Dr. II. Robinson, Jacksonville; by the inspectors tof; contain personsnot ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- # ;
an appointment would be for Rev. A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24M vaccinated within twp years,and pro- sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. ''i' '
reasons
many ,
ceed forthwith to offer his services for and
I shall here state two or three of the princi- REMOVAL. in behalf of the city. 1; This Line, having no Transfers between Fcriiaiidina and New ,
AND TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF '
York offers the BEST QUICKEST
Be it further ordained That
pal ones. /; R. L. C. A. LANGE, UPHOLSTERER, refusing to be ,vaccinated any shall person note or FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
1st. Having traveled from Savannah to etc.. begs to inform his customers that persons
permitted to leave his, l her or their placeof The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
New York by the Ocean Steamship Company he has removed his place of business from abode, nor have any communication or PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close I
Centre Street FIFTH; STREET next door
and there seeing the rough manner the goods allow any one to visit hihi, her or them connections at FERNANDINA FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
were handled after having been taken off i to the residence of Mr. Patrick Kelly. until they are duly vaccinated! under a ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Thanking the public for past patronage, penalty of not less than $2 nor more than $5 JOHNS, OCKLA'V AHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT '
the steamer by the carters sent to the wharfto he solicits a continuance of the same. 27 for each and every offense,: or an imprisonment RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the :i,

convey the goods to the different houses, JUST RECEIVED. of not more than 15.days, or both, at PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD 1 :. .
the idea at once crossed my mind an agent the discretion of the Mayor. for LAKE WEIR.

should be here to see after the interests of A LARGE SUPPLY OF Passed first, second and third reading THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. tpg: .
May\ 23, 1883. F. C. SUHRER, a
the shippers-for I am positive many goods President of Council. rates and schedules further information apply to .
FINE AND CHEAP MILLINERY, For freight, passage or ,
are lost every season on account of no one Attest: ;
being present-if it were only to keep a Leghorn and Straw Hats, Feathers, [SEAL] WM. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. R. 1" SOUTIIWICK, Agent, tl
Flowers, Satins, Laces, and Sun-Bonnets, at Approved : : FERN ANDIN A FLORIDA. E '
hammer and nails to nail the different I
KING'S FANCY NOTION C. A. HALEY, Mayor.In C. H. MALLORY & CO., ,.'
barrels and crates that fall to pieces. By VARIETY STORE AND Pier 20 East River New York. 51- y

doing that alone it would save thousandsof the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial ,1E
dollars in the pockets of the truckgrowers 28 Centre and Fourth Streets. Circuit Florida.

of Florida. Now let it be clearly under- FRED \V. HOYT and W.! 0. JEFFREYS, TO THE PUBLIO.The
HO
FOR TIlE BEACH
Partner as Fred W. Hoyt & Co., : .
stood that the officials of the! Ocean Steam- 1 + .x
A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe versusR. ; h
ship Company handle the produce with as AND D. FOX and S. L. BURNS, Partners as '
great care as possible; but,as I before stated three elegant Omnibuses of McGinn Fox & Burns.TTNDER success which we have attained in the introduction of our i

the loss is in New York after leaving the & Rawson can be secured for private partieson AND BY VIRTUE OF AN
steamers.2d. very reasonable terms,at any hour,either |J execution issued in the Fourth Judi- Virgin Brand Baking Powder
day or night. cial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Florida -
Why an agent is necessary. Parties :.>6lcGIXXIS & RAWSON. in a suit wherein Fred \V. Hoyt and
having produce can, by letting their agent W. O. Jeffreys are plaintiff. and R. D. Fox '
know when it was shipped, see that their RIKART it DAUPHIN, and S. L. Burns are defendants. I have levied has by far exceeded our expectations ; and now that we are entering upon the third year ,,,

returns sent back besides upon and will sell at public auction, in of its sale, we see before us a bright future and an increased demand for this, t.ONE t.
are correct; it BENCH AND AMERICAN front of the Court-House in the city of Fer
would be the duty of said agent to be kept F nandina, on the first Monday of July, IC83,

well posted on the different markets, and RESTAURANT being the second day of said month, all of OE OUR SPECIALTIES. ". &
7 Section 27, Township 3 North, Range 26
by so doing it would be a greatcheck againstthe
Foot of Centre Street, near Depot, East commission house.3d. S.W. Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 25 E. 495 acres ; To dwell upon its merits would be unnecessary on our part, for those who have 4 t

Let the people of Florida require of FERNANDINA, FLA. W.; i S.E.l Sec. 23, T. 3 N., R. 2G E.-195 once used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms. ; ,

said agent to keep them thoroughly postedas Meals at all hours. Board by the acres; N. i S.'V.l Sec. 35,T. 3 N., R. 25 E.- We are the originators of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING POWDER, and '
week or month. 14 483 acres; S. i Sec. 10, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-3'.0
to the best houses, and also forward them, acres; E. i (except 50 acres) in S.E. corner from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that ;

say once a week,the amount of stuff shipped Livery Stable at a Bargain. of Sec. 21, T. 3 N., R. 20 E. : Levied upon as THE BEST. To this standard quality we shall continue to keep it. A Teaspoonful '#
I offer at entire establish- the property of Fox & Euros, to satisfy said
together with the condition it arrived inNow a bargain my BRAND suffices for full quart of well-sifted'
of the VIRGIN a
if this is done the day is close at hand ment in this city, consisting of Carriages, judgment, together with inter st and cost of t
Buggies,Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage suit. Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. Flour, where at least double that quantity would be required of inferior brands.
when the truck growers of Florida will not Horses, Harness, etc. A. ELLERMANN, P" 'Sj

have to labor and only receive part value Terms of purchase, CASH. Sheriff Nassau County. IS SOLICITED.Aslc
for all their toils. G. F. AVERY. Fernandina Fla., June 1.;. 1883._ A TRIAL ORDER .
Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom
As to Fernandina being the best point to VEGETABLE CRATES, the VIRGIN BRAND
Street Wharf. 46 ; :*- your Grocer for BACKING : :
ship from there is no argument to be LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES, I7OWJDER, and take no other. ... ;
IN
Brought against it, as I was myself told bya To Rent. at short notice, and .
The known Sanborn's Stores. GUCIOENHEEVIER & SON
property: as S.
person
thoroughly posted on the two ship- ,
for to PRICES.
Apply particulars AT REASONABLE
ping points, that vegetables shipped from A. B. NOYES. I SA V ANNAII, GA. .
Fernandina arrive in better condition than Fernandina, July 15-tf. 27 0. S. OAKES. ANGEL Si FRIEND, Agents, Fernandas, F1a.THE ;' F ..uv



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L whether the rapid decadence and ulti-. :J.BB2. '
h ) In our last issue we touched upon the 188g.
.4 ;r subject of truck farming as it is likely to be mate extinction of rice culture in this country -

.-ItB' r developed by systems of transportation on anything like its present scale, be '
4 not a matter of a few at most.
; and the opening up of South Florida by very years .
4 railroads, and endeavored to show to our The opinion is fast gaining ground that .. TIEHIEFLORIDA
1 surrounded network of KENDALL'SSPAVIN .... '.. "" ., ,
people the necessity for beginning to prepare our planters, by a :"'':: p. % I "

a.. b t; for this' class of work, and to inform difficulties daily tightening their paralyzinggrasp ..' ..., ..: .' ,' .

:', tt : themselves as to the methods culture and will ere long be compelled to aban- CURE ; .. t
t 1 ;; all the details of the business,' so as to be don the cultivation of a product which for ,
w ,c, ready to meet what, is soon to be a most more than half a century has been our chief
: I t ; clamorous demand for early vegetables. ,source.of wealth. The industry may sur-
vive in the hands ofa few men of large capital
:' Our position Is doubted b some, and the
4. assertion is made that the business will be and abundant resources, but, as a prominent
r' overdone. feature of our agricultural system, there is MIRROR

t We regret that we have so little patience little reason to question its early disappearance. -
x h, 1bb { ,, with this sort argument for to those who The change will involve some peculiar -
do not stop to think it would at a first glance and difficult social and economical problems THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
.; !: appear probable that if the world of people whose final solution can only be a discovered, as it is certain in its
matter of effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
L. are at present getting on very well with conjecture.

," ; ., what they have that it is not likely that they BELOW. .. _
t d could or would find use for the enormous SPECIFIC FOR TIlE SQUASH HUG.

t i.icrease that will occur from the increase The following is given by the Rural New Saved Him $1,800.00. \ ." STEAM
; 4 '? of the business, but this is a great fallacy.
s.,. "i Yorker as a specific for the squash bug : To
r We will take the tomato as an example, one barrel of water take half a bushel of good ADAMS N. Y., January 30, 1882. '.
and will be when tell Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: '
no one surprised we hen manure and mix thoroughly. Let "Iif \ ,
them that fifty years ago it was unknown as stand but stir every three or four days, and GENTS-Having used a good deal of yourKendall's '.' ; ..
"i; a table vegetable-commonly called the love keep covered to evaporation. The Spavin Cure with great success. I .. ,.

i, E a;. apple. It was perhaps used for catsup but older it is the better.prevent Apply to the vines thought I would let you know what it has ; .,. ...,,. .
forty years ago it had not found its way to with a coarse sprinkler, but do not use too done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya jI ;1fPlif ,4'" $.(,.<'" '

is h ? i P the market stalls at all. To-day it is next much at a time, as it is a powerful fertilizer.To colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. ;( :
When I him he kicked t'
breaking
h to the potato as an everyday necessity on which we may add that a spoonful of was over f ,
the cross-bar and fast and tore of his
the tables of the poor as well as the rich. saltpeter to half of such mix- got one
; The business of canning tomatoes has grown : ture will insure every the destruction gallon of the bugs. hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best :I

4p r' from a small affair ten years ago, to at least Gardens have been known to be freed from farriers. but they all said he was spoiled.He t TL l. -


'. ; i ;', 150,000,000 pounds per annum at the present the pests by the use saltpeter alone, while had a very large thorough-pin, and I
used two bottles of Kendall's
9 : $ time. This represents fully 10,000,000 bushels squashes in only a few your Spavin
neighboring gardens
t, ; h of this one vegetable, and yet we are safe in rods distant where saltpeter was used Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and ,
no I
he sold afterwards for$1800 dollars I have ;
+ IfK saying that the want is not supplied by was destroyed. ( ) -.-,.
;p ," half. Then, if increased facilities for marketing used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit i
t. are obtained what is to be the result has always cured completely and left the 0
' t, SOME EXCELLENT RECEIPTS. smooth.It .
when poor as well as rich are enabled to use leg
I :; them at will? We might refer to the coffee is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I I IIIN/IMM/ -lrffh, IH IHa
t r t and sugar and tobacco trade and product, BBEAD-CKUMB PUDDING. Make bread have recommended it to a good many, and

+ :. j, : and show how those articles, once regarded crumbs by rubbing the crumbs of a stale they all say jt does the work. I was in 'Wither O it I I ,, I! i I II'
f, as luxuries and used only by the few, have loaf through a fine wire sieve; put a pint of !ngton Kneeland's drag store in Adams ''I it I' 1 j
' grown to be necessities extensively used by milk and an ounce of fresh butter into a the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou 1 i I
' all, notwithstanding the enormous taxes I saucepan on the fire, with sugar to taste, sent them. I tried to buy it, but could 1Hih 0

,t with which they are hampered. But it and the thin rind of a lemon cut if possiblein not; they said if I would write to you that
would be one piece; when the milk boils stew bread would send me one. I wish would
h a waste of time to make arguments you you "'
4, 1;+ .. of this kind. crumbs into it until a thick porridge is ob- and I will do you all the good I can. HZ __ = h :
tained it into basin. When cold 1 F I 1
C We assert however without fear of successful ; turn out a Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
{ remove the lemon-rind and stir in the yolksof 1 1i"
; competition that if acre of
-r : Florida every four eggs ; mix well then stir in the ,Il lluild6 i iIlJla -
t soil was covered by truck farms Cure.ON : d li. -
whites of two eggs beaten up to a stiff froth Spavin i .
planted at the time and producing
r, the proper and a small quantity of candied citron cut
fullest be
there would a good
r' crops very thin. Have a plain mold buttered and HUMAN FK.E85I.
market
h somewhere for every article pro-
' duced, and only transportation is needed to bread-crumbed very carefully all over; pour VEVAY, IND., August 1?, 188l.
;,' { 't carry it to that market. No danger of overproduction the composition into it, and bake it about Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
; 'a : ; no doubt about good profits half an hour. Serve cold, with a compoteof GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-

t ; being made on all successful crops.-liartow any fruit round it. day. Please send me some with my imprint
+ + Informant. SOUP WITH POACHED EGGS.Poach some printed on one side only. The'Kendall'sSpavin

i .6 t -. --- ---- eggs-one for each person and one over-in Cure is in excellent demand with us,
and not for animals but for human .
i' salted water with a little vinegar, some pep- only
+ ROUP
IN FOWLS.
ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris of the
q percorns and a few leaves of parsley in a one
: All young fowls are more or less subject shallow pan, just long enough to set the leading farmers in our county, sprained an

; # to roup which is distinguishable from ca- yolks slightly ; take out each egg with a ankle badly, and knowing the value of the ]3C>C> .A.ND::: :
t s tarrh or a common cold by an offensive discharge slice brush it clean with a paste brush, and remedy for horses tried it on himself, and it
I f at the beak and from the chicken cut it with a round fluted pastecutterabout did far better than he had expected; cured

I cholera in that it is an affection of the two inches in diameter, so as to get all the sprain in very short order.
mouth and throat, while the latter is an af- the eggs in uniform shape and leaving Yours respectfully C. 0. THIEBAND. I

a ; fection of the digestive organs. The disease neither too much nor too little white around Price $1 per bottle or G bottles for $5. All
t k, i does not usually assail chickens until they them. Turn the egg over carefully brush druggists have it or can get it for you, or it '
are nearly two-thirds grown or later. At it clean and lay it in the soup-tureen ready will be sent to any address on receipt of
r ,ti this season of the year a great many cases filled with boiling-hot, clear jellybroth.The price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KENDALL -

i, 1 4" are found especially where large numbers water in which the eggs are poached & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. I JOB PRINTING HOUSE
n ;'4 w are kept together in contracted inclosures. should be kept at boiling point but never Send for Illustrated Circular.
The changes of temperature that have so boil. ,
i, : $ frequently occurred within the last few I. Sold by all Druggists.
t E a weeks, and undue exposure to the cold rains BISQUE OF LOBSTER.Make a strong stock
: and winds have been particularly favorable with a knuckle of veal, one pig's hock, one REAL ESTATE.
sliced onion and three quarts of water. Let
this disagreeable ailment
I ,,,' to bringing on
c At the it simmer four or five hours then strain it
: among poultry. outset the disease -,
.' is looked through a colander ; let it stand an hour ;
more frequently upon as a mere
}
x cold in the head," and no further notice skim off all the fat. Half an hour before

15 < +, taken of it until it finally results in death. dinner heat in a saucepan one tablespoonfulof Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
{' butter sprinkle in two tablespoonfuls of
It is indeed a noticeable fact that by far the ;
e larger proportion of all the losses occasioned flour; let it cook without browning then .

t by disease among fowls is attributable to a add a cupful of hot cream and a teacupful of ,

:, neglect of the owner to attend to their ailment stock. Let it come to a boil, then add to .r
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,, .t r in time. It is generally an easy thing the soup also the coral of a lobster, dried and ,

; :i to cure the roup if taken in time, while if pounded fine. Stir the soup, letting it mix :
2. R left to become seated and confirmed, the well together, but not boil. Little dice of
. trouble is hard the lobster can be added. Season the soup
to
: ,, exceedingly remove, no
x
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.., matter what the remedy. If." says the with pepper and salt. Serve hot. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.

'j, I American Poultry Yard, when first attacked GRAHAM GEMS.-One quart warm water ,
1 a mixture of cayenne pepper and half cup of molasses, half a teaspoonful of

,, :j ,. ,lard about the size of a bean is given the salt half a yeast-cake dissolved in tepid ;
:' ti; t fowl twice a day, a cure will be effected in a water, and enough Graham flour to make a
i
j ., '\ few days. We keep from 50 to 100 fowls thick batter. When light bake in hot gem

4 !'t p l \ and have never lost a single chicken by pans in a quick oven. Break open and
n :, :. i using the mixture here described." serve hot.BOILED.
1 1 ;: 1 For diarrhea i another equally good authority lusStir into halfa pint of cold J THE FLORIDA ; i

i i.S ; says; : At first appearance dissolve half a water two tablespoonfuls of flour and ,> '>
'i .' 1 teaspoonful of alum and an equal quantity enough Indian meal to make a thick batter. rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.

I F: { ? of copperas in a gallon of their drinking Have on the fire a kettle of boiling water, -

:;; f t water, at the same time giving them daily about two quarts, pourin the batter, stirring
3'' in their dough food a little sharp sand at it fast; let it boil a few minutes, then add a Fcrimiitlina,

'" 't the rate of a teaspoonful to a fowl. In severe teaspoon of salt and sifted meal by the hand-

: ; j o cases give at once to each fowl so affected ful until quite thick. Keep it boiling slowly Towns on R. R. Line,
: i ; a piece of alum and a piece of cop- and stir frequently.

": S J ; : peras, each about the size of a pea, mixed ; And Cedar Key.
::1 ''' .1 with their dough, and continue the medicated f
AN ARKANSAS journalist,in assuming con-
! ; water as above. Another remedy
',':> rt l said to be equally as good is to place one trol of the local column of a weekly paper
, The of The Skillet have
: proprietors
says
". Y ,.:j! or place more, and fowls give so to each affected three in times a warm a day, dry a deemed it advisable for me to lend my influence Offers to ;Lessees and Purchasers a large Having added NEW TYPE AND NEW PRESSES to our office, and having

11 ofa solution of chlorate to this great enterprise. I am an ; SKILLED WORKMEN who know how
r teaspoonful of potash to use the same, we are now
r.. old hand at the business, and come highly number of; the most eligible and desirable
prepared by dissolving a teaspoonful
i \ t the chlorate in a glass of water.-Baltimore recommended, having been run out of the prepared to do any and every kind of printing,
.x r. .', Sun. swamp land district on account of a deli- Lots, suitable for Business Purposes or for
" ;1'} ," I cately expressed sentiment to the effect that
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I, '.'1' City or Suburban Residences,
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the county judge was a thief of no small ;
;:, : ':: j RICE INDUSTRY IN PERIL. capacity. So long as the judge of this county

:. ; : The Georgetown (S. C.) Enquirer presents remains honest, or rather is not caught stealing UPON. EASY TERMS. .

,f, : .: '; this rather gloomy picture of the rice interest anything, I may stay with you, and
Liberal Discounts Values allowed to
I the wonderful on
help develop of
: you resources .
of the future :
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: this section but just as soon as he is provedto
: ,;. '.,1 E The freshets which have parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
.. rry t t heavy been descending be a thief I reckon I'll have to slide. I ,.
;. :' : the rivers for the past week, combined -
It take this method of informing the people
':. '', ;; ::;1J with the high sea tides, have over- that I will preach at the Clay Hill Church rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- FROM A VISITING CARD TO A 500-PAGE BOOK

', flowed nearly all of the rice plantations in next Sunda '."Arkansas Traveler.AN substantial ,
purchased! improvementsfor
;, : the and erty
h L; ... county, planting operations have
:: I ;: been retarded
if
jI seriously not altogether
residence or in which to conduct their
,: J'. I ; 'suspended. It is predicted that the water IOWA editor, being asked by a corres- ,
f': .1 L will not subside from the lands in time for pondent if hogs paid has looked over his business. ,
j jINDUCEIENTS
f 7 } the June planting, and that scarcely more subscription list, and decided that they do

;t.:,,'( ; r than a third of the usual acreage will be not. The treasurer of one of the Boston TO MANUFACTURERS '4 '. ,
f ""II : < I f' planted that mouth. churches has come to the same conclusion.A ;

<"\ ': '' t' i f The outlook is undeniably a gloomy one by exemption for a term of years from .. -
" I Ir : "I: and the planters are extremely despondent. Loss PREVENTED.-Many lose their beauty t AS NEATLY AND AS CHEAP ';AS ANY OFFICE IN THE STATE.

: I 1' It may not be unsafe to say that the crop of from the hair falling or fading. Parker's taxation, offered by the several cities and
, :' ; ,:, f. Georgetown county will be from thirty to HairBalsam supplies necessary nourishment :!

a :. ; ,; i' fifty per cent. less than in 1882. Circumstances prevents falling and grayness and is an elegant towns. Apply to
&. +'I' I '> seem to have conspired to push the dressing.A ; CHAS. W. LEWIS,

<: struggling planters to the wall.
t' j; Crippled Office cor. Beach & 7th sts., Fernandina.
t ; ''l .,:) I by the adversities of the past three seasons BIG SUCCESS." My wife was in bed two i
1 ':' i t and embarrassed by the difficulty of controlling years with a complication of disorders her 1I.
;,:. labor which is daily becoming more ; ti
i : physician could not cure, when I was led i ,
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:: demoralized and intractable r"y" '
:f' i' they are now to try Parker's Ginger Tonic. It was a big I > -
.: I I confronted with unpropitious{ planting success. Three bottles cured her at a cost of !' ; >' "" .
'{f season and a reduction in the duty on foreign dollar and fifty cents and she is i 1t ,. ; '"
now as
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,8 rice which threatens to nullify even .. .
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,',' small i strong as any woman.-R. D. Buffalo. : 0
the returns which might otherwise

; 'i have been reaped in spite of the contracted :
l
". ; acreage. Everybody is using, and everybody is recommending :

;b The disasters which are telling to everybody's friends Brown's .. '. ,..,. .. .
upon our t ". ..
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,, ', Iron Bitters as a reliable iron medicine a ,'" '1. '>. ''. t. :'1! ;
.( own leading agricultural industry have been '.:
true tonic.
Y. [ no less serious in other localities. The same < :
t +qx condition exist among the rice planters of k; L' Don't send your orders for PRINTING, BINDING and RULING to offices out

the lower coast region and i it is reported Nassau Fibre, : side the State. Orders for either will receive prompt attention from us. Address
that not an acre has been planted this For beds pillows and mattresses superiorto ,,: '
.A F spring on the lower end of the Savannahriver. anything else in use. For sale by :: : ;.. ,:,,': I FLORIDA MIRROR,

._',' 'J : This is a melancholy state of affairs. i Juire 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. II ;. :'.iJ.,'::'. I octD FERSASDiyA, FLA'THE ..

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. : JUNE 16. r

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A HARD CREDITOR.In Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newtpn Sapp, New a .-- P- Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE, _
times gone by, says the Wall Street News, St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Troy. : PARKER'S : the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
wholesale merchant in this city had the Clay, 4th Tuesday in September., Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackiey* New Troy HAIR Central and Western Railroad. .
a reputation of being terribly hard on a debtor Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. :, % Through tickets via this line at the Com
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who met with ill luck, and it was therefore Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrjl, Tallahassee. L BALSAM. pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7
heart that Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. : A perfect dress- West Bay :: .
with a sad a Poughkeepsie grocer, Sheriff A. :Moseley, Tallahassee. Street.WILLIAM
who had been obliged to close his doors sent Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. ing.elegantlyper fumed and harmless : O. AMES, '
him word and waited his coming. CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, Removes Gen'l Passenger Agent,
I shall take your house and lot, of Spring Term- Tallahassee. j dandruff restores W. M. DAVIDSON Jacksonville, Fla.'
said the creditor. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee. natural color ands ,
course, Sumter, 3d Monday in March. General
"Of course." Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. [Pearce, Talla prevents 50 n-nti baldness and $I Jacksonville Manager, Fla.j. ,
And your horses? Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. ; ,ins.l diugctiU. s. MCELROY ;
Yes.' G. A. Tallahassee. ,
Taxes
March. Assessor of Cropme, \
"And your wife's jewelry?" Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in j i rLORSTONCO Master Transportation Tallahassee, ,Fla.TIME .
Certainly. March. LEVY COUNTY!j t
LOG liE.
And your boy's pony?" Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebriiig, Bronson;
CARD
Alt l
1 es. March. :quisItelyfr.-
Clerk-J. M. Barco Bronsoft.
q grant perfume with
"And-and, look here, sir ; are you hiding Fall Term- Sheriff J. S. Parker, Brons n. r .seepUosay IaaUur OF THE
anything from me?" Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. propwtin. FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR
My dear sir," replied the debtor, I wantto Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar !5 aDd IS ctuU. RAILROADAND sr P
reserve my grandmother's tombston. It Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Key. j PARKER'S
has not been put up yet, and stands in the Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-Ji B. Menden-
barn." Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. \ INCER TONIC FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
it do ? mused the
Want to reserve you November.
Well I'll about it I'll see if MADISON COUNTY! In Effect January 7th, 1883.
creditor. see ; SEVENTH CIRCUIT. An Invigorating Medicine that Never Intoxicates
it will pay to have it cut down for the baby Spring Term County Judge-R. M. Withejrspoon, Madi This delicious combination of Ginger. Buchu, GOING SOUTH.

my daughter lost last week}1" Orange, 4th Monday in January. son. S. M. Hankins Madison.; vegetable Mandrake remedies Stillingia.Known and many, cures other all disorders of the best of Leave Fernandina....................._. 8.00 a.m.

Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Sheriff the bowels stomach: ,liver,kidneys and lungs,&is Leave Hart's Road....................... 8.42 a.lu. i;
Do you know that the Israelites are the best Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison The But aid Surest Cough Cars Ever Uud. :Leave Callahan........................... 9.48 a.m.
!storytellers in the world, says a correspon- Dade, 3d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools E. S. Tyner, If you are suffering from Female Complaints, Leave Dutton....................... ....10.15 a.m.
dent,and that they never tire of relating anything FaU Term- Madison. : Nervousness Usefulness,Rheumatism Dyspepsia Leave Brandy Branch ................10.30 a.m.
that bear on the peculiarities or weak Orange, 2d Monday in August. County Trea.mrer-8. S. Smith, Madison. age or any disease or infirmity take Parker Leave Baldwin..........................11.05 a.m.
nesses of the chosen people? Here is another Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue M. H. Warring" Mad- Ginger Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body Leave Maxville...........................11.32 a.m. t .,r
the Rialto. Two friends son. and give you new life and vigor.\ Leave ............. ..
good one I got on Brevard, 4th Monday in September.Dade Highland. .. ........11.55 a.m. _
meet on Broadwav. One has a heavy weedon 2d Monday in November. Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad- for anything 100 IDO3L.XI.A.H.SPaid injurious found in Ginger Tonicor Leave :Lawtey ............................12.15 p.m.
his hat.U Hello, Moses says his friend son. for a failure to help or cure.: Leave Temple's..........................12.30 p.m. 4f
what isle der matter by trot crape on yer County Officers. MANATEE COUNTY. We.and 1 1 due.t deafen In drugf Lure Mrin ltb. lDr Arrive Starke............................12.34 p.m.
hat?" County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. $1 Size. Send for circular to HIMOX Co.,163 WmSI.N.L_ Leave Starke............................12.56 p.m. '

"For my brudder Isaac. Don't you ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Leave Thurston .......................... 1.06p.m.
know?" County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A.. S. Watson, Pine Level. Arrive Waldo............................. 1.30 p.m.
"No. I vas out of town. Ish he dead?" ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.m. '
Yaas." Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, for improvements in old Leave Gainesville........................ 2.27p.m.
Vot vas der matter on him?" Sheriff-John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash. > ones. Caveats. Infringements, TradeMarksand Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m. ,
Veil, you know he vos er very pious man. Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, all patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Batton............................. 2.57p.m.
Las' Saturday he vent to der synagogue, and Hawthorne. Pine Level. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Archer.............................. 3.15 p.m.
} just in the middle of der brayers a feller on Iollectorof Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50p.m. .
der sidewalk calls out 'Job lots, job lots!I' ville. Marshall ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- Leave OtterCreek....................... 4.27 p.m. ,
Veil, in der crush an' confusion my brudderwas Superintendent of Schools,v. N. Sheats, County Clerk-Robert Judge-Samuel Bullock Ocala. Ocala. ent Office, and engaged: in PATENT BUSINESS Leave Rosewood......................... 5.02 p.m.

suffocated. Gainesville. Crutchfield, Ocala. i EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure patents Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.35 p.m.
BAKER COUNTY. Sheriff A.. B. | in less time than those who are remote GOING
Assesstor of J axes--Thomas Barco, Cotton Washington.When NORTH. ;
GENERAL DIRECTORY. County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant. Inventors send model sketch Leave Cedar Key........................ 7.25 a.m. .,
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy, we make search in the Patent Office or and, Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05 a.m. s.,* .
Officers.LAND ,
United
States Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. advise as to its Leave Otter Creek....................... 8.40 a.m.
OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools-H.. C. Martin, (Correspondence patentability confidential free fees of charge Leave Bronson................. ........... 9.22a.m. e''
Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. and NO CHARGE ; reasonable Leave Archer............................. 9.52a.m.
Receiver John F. RollinSj Gainesville.Talla- Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY. ]ENT; IS OBTAINED.We UNLESS PAT- Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m.
Surveyor-General-Malacll1 :Martin, Sanderson. refer Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m. r t
Chas. S. Baron the
West. to
County Judge Key by permission Post-
hassee. Superintendent of Sc/wols-A. J. W. Cobb City Leave Gainesville......
Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. master, and to the Superintendent of the ................10.50 a.m.
DISTRICT COURT. Olustee. Post-Office Order Arrive" aldo.............................11.40 a.m. + q
A. Demerritt West. Division
Money in Wash
Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD Sheriff George Key Leave Waldo ...... .....
COUNTY. For .............. ..12.00 m.
arshal-J.. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-Walter Maloney, Jr., ington. special references, circular,ser- Leave Tlmrston....... .. ..
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. West. vice, terms, etc., addressC. ..... .........12.24 p.m.
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Key Arrive Starke............. .. r
Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector Revenue Walter C. A. SNOW & CO. .... ..........12.38 p.m.
INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff \V. W. Tumblin, Starke. of Maloney, Opp.Patent Office. Leave. Starke............................... 1.00 p.m ,;
Jr. West.Superintendent. : Washington D.C. 2tf
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Key of Schools- J. :V. Harris Leave Temple's.......................... 1.00 p.m. ; _
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. ,Key Leave Lawtey............................ 1.33 p.m.
John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, West. COUNTY HORACE DREW Leave Highland......................... 1.55 p.m.
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. NASSAU Stationer, Leave Maxville.......................... 2.19 p.m. :
John F. House, St. Augustine. of Sc/wols-L. B. Rhodes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Bookseller Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.43 p.m. l
Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key. Starke. dina. Printer and Binder. Leave Baldwin.......-................. 2.53p.m. '
BREVARD COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Brandy Branch................. 3.15 p.m. 1 .
State Officers. A. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35p.m.
Point.County Judge-James McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes Win. H. = Garland, Fer- A SPECIALITY. Leave Callahan........................... 4.25 p.m.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. nandina. : Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15p.m. 1 )"
Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wallace, R. Moses, Georgian nandina.Collector of Revenue Warrea: F. Scott, Fer Jj&r Liberal discounts to Teachers and Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m. ,.R..

Licutenant-Governor vinb toll W. Bethel na. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR .
Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston Or- application.
Key West.Secretary botham, Callahan. .
of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- lando, Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE COUNTY! 59 W. BAY STREET,
lahassee. of Schools-A. Grady, La JACKSONVILLE, FLA. DIVISION. T )
i Grange. County Judge-R. L. Sumnverlin, Orlando.
W. D. Barnes Tallahassee.
Comptroller GOING SOUTH. (
Clerk-J. P. Orlan lo.
Hughey,
7hasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, :Fort Reid. RAILROADS. Leave Waldo Junction................ 1.40 p.m. '
Attomey-Gcneral-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-Janieb M. Owens, Fort Leave Dixie................................. 2.02p.m. :'
hassee. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector. : FLORAL CITY- ROUTE. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 2.20p.m. i}! : i'
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Richard H. Marks, Leave Lochloosa.......................... 2.38p.m.

Tallahassee. Springs. Sanford. : FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m.
Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, -- Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31 p.m.

Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. : JACKSONVILLE, May 13th, 1883. Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00 p.m.
Adjutant-General.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNT*. /COMMENCING this date, Trains on this Leave Ocala................................. 4.30p.m. {' 1
BUREAU OF. IMMIGR.TION.lmunissionerA. Robinson Collector of Rel.'enue'Vm. S. Plummer, Judge of Prolate B. Harrison Palatka. \j road and its connection will run as follows Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m.
Tallahas-
A.
f Max'ille.Superintendent. of Sc/wols-\1. F. Geiger, Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka., : Arrive Wildwood........................ 5.15 p.m ft ,fP

see.ClerkR.. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. WESTWARD.No. GOING NORTH. k .r

Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Assessor-S. E. Timmons. : No. 1. Leave. Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m.
Building, Jacksonville. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Accom. Mail. Leave Lake Weir Station......._..... 7.35 a.m. .
SUPREME County Judge-W. M.\ Ives, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. Leave Jacksonville........ 6.00 p m 9.30 a m Leave Ocala................................. 9.00a.m. 1
COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Strickland. Arrive Baldwin........... 7.15 p m 10.13 a m Leave. Silver Spring..................... 9.18a.m.
Chief Justice--E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY; Lake City..11.45 pm 1.00pm Leave Anthony Place................. 9.46a.m. ;,
Associate Justice-J. Wcstcott, j jr.,Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes-L. W. RiversLake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Live Oak............ 1.25am 2.18pm Leave Orange Lake .....................10.13a.m. ,
i, see.Associate Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry. :Madison: ............ 3.35 am 4.03pm Leave Lochloosa................... .....10;9 a.m. .kY .'. >
Justice-H. B. Van Valkcnburgh, Superintendent ofSch ools-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. "" Drifton............... 5 25 am 5.30pm Leave Hawthorne........................10.57 a.m. r

Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin, Monticello ......... 5.55am 5.50 pin Leave Dixie............................,...11.15 a.m.
Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry. Tallahassee......... i .00 am 7.00pmLeave Arrive Waldo Junction...... .........11.35 a.m. F ,
CIRCUIT JUDGES. County William A. McLean Tallahassee........ 7.25pm ..
Judge- Jack-
County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton Trains t
First sonville. Perry. Arrive Quincy .............. 8.40 pm daily, except Sunday. tt 'n ,rh '
C'ircuil-Augustus Maxwell, Pen- County Surt'cyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. b"
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Chatta. River...... 3R
acola. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. 9.40pmLeave .
Second CiI'cuil-David S. Walker,'Tallahas Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. River Junction... 9.40pm FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- Arrive:Marianna: .......... 11.23 p m '
JOHN'S COUNTY. ....... GOING SOUTH.
see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville. Pensacola. ... 6.35 a m
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of ReL'enue-\Ioses J. Brown County Judge-M. R. Cooler, St. Augus- Montgomery..... 8.50pm Leave Fernandina..11.35 a.m. 6.15 p.m. 4
Jacksonville. tine. | Mobile.............. 4.25pm Leave Hart's Road..12.05 p.m. 6.55 p.m. err
ville. t
New Orleans...... Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00p.m. 8.00p.m.
Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. 10.15pm ini
ville. sell Jacksonville. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez; St. Augustine Houston............ 6.50am GOING NORTH. "

Sixth Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-David LJ Dunham, St. EASTWARD.No. Leave Jacksonville...... 9.00a.m. 3.35p.m.
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Augustine.: 4. No. 2. Leave Hart's Road...... 9.35 a.m. 4.01 p.m.
County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Collector of Ret'enue-JosepH F. Llambias, Accom. Mail. Arrive I 1'ernandina..10.40 a.m. 5.00p.m.
Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. St. Augustine. Arrive Jackson ville....... 6.40am 4.30pm Trains double daily
except Sunday.
Court Calendar. Sheriff-J nines M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-p. F. Perpall, Baldwin............ 5.15am 3.48pm h
FIRST CIRCUIT. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. St. Augustine. I Lake City.......... 1.20am 12.47pm SUNDAY TRAINS.
Fall Trm-: Collector of Rtt'enue-'V. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY} u Live Oak............11.40pm 11.34am Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.45a.m. r
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge Madison ............ 9.30pm 10.08am Arrive Fernandina.....................11.10 a.m. '
Walton, 4th Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Clerk-Thomas Henry J. Cassidy, Leesburg. Drifton............... 7.20pm 8.23am Leave Fernandina........................5.00 p.m. ; er
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday erts, Ancrum. J. S. Dyches Ivey, Leesbiirg., Letjsburg.Sheriff Monticello ......... 7.45pm 8.50am Arrive Jacksonville....................... 6.25 p.m. .
Tallahassee......... I
in October. UERNANDO COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wail, Webster. 5.30pm 6.45am
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Collector Revenue : Leave Tallahassee ........ 7.00 a m y
County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- of -J. R.; G. Hamilton, CONNECTIONS. ,
in October. vill e. Sumterville. j Arrive Quincy.............. 5.30 a m sAT
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Jackson, 3d Monday\ after 4th :Monday in Leave Chatt'chee River 4.30 a m t
Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Superiiitendent of Sohools'-+A. C. Clarke, FER.\ANDISA, FLA., ,
October. Arrive River Junction.. 4.30
Sumterville. : a m
Escambia: 1st Monday in December. Sheriff J. B. :Mickler, Brooksville. > Marianna......... 2.28 a m With New York and Fernandina Steam- '
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville.Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Pensacola........... 7.30pm ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 '

10, 1879, and does not change the Collector County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live Leave Montgomery...... 8.30am a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New s
Spring' Term. Brooksville.of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, Oak. : Leave Mobile............... 2.00pm York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.
I THIRD CIRCUIT. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Lie Oak. Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m or 5.50 p.m.
spring Term- Fort Superintendent Dade. of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Houston........... 6.15pm With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah -
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wei- Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .
April. I1ILI BOROUGH COUNTY. born. j except Sunday. CALLAHAN. .

Madison, 2d Monday\ in April. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.CkrJ.'rIll. Collector of Retenue-Robert F. Allison, SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. To and from Savannah and Charleston at ,
Hamilton 4th in C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak. : SLEEPING CARS Tallahassee to Pensacola.
Monday April. 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 m.
I p.
, Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-;T. O. C. Jones CONNECTIONS. 1
m April. Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Live Oak. I At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by AT BALDWIN, FLA., i j
Columbia! 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Ret'enue-'V. F. Burts, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTYJ.; No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and
In April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson County Judge-James H. CUandler.. Enter- all points North and East; with the Fernan- 2.43 p.m.
Lafayette, Cth Tuesday. after 4th Monday. Tampa. prise. |: dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE, k
m April. JEFFERSON. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. dina; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka at 10.37 a.m.and 2.20 +,
Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. the St. Johns River. p.m.
, Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson! Enter- At Baldwin, by No. 1 with Florida Tran- AT WILDWOOD.
I October.Madison. Clerk W. C. Bird, Monticello. prise. I; sit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville With Stage Line to and'i' ,
! 2d Monday\ in October. Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor, Collector of Ret'cnue-John B. Jordan, De- Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Gulf and Tampa daily except Sunday. r:
I Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Land. j Ports. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County: Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, :Mon- Superintendent of Schoo18- -A. Cranshaw, At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida daily except Sunday.AT .
m October. ticello. Enterprise. j & Western Railroad.At .
Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch CEDAR KEY, FLA., ) ;
Columbia 3d 4th Collector Ret'entre-J Y
Monday after Monday of Palmer, Mon WAKULLA COUNT
October. ticello. Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
County Judge-W. A. Giles; Crawfordville. urdays.At for Key West, :Monday and Thursday
Lafayette 4th Assessor Taxes-J.
6th Tuesday after Monday of P. Grantham, Wau-
In October. "' keenah. Sheriff-W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.ClerkNat. ; Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- p.m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday\ and
R. Walker, C wfordville. cola & Atlantic Railroad Marianna.:: Pen- Friday.
FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools+W. T. Duval, sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, 'VithIorgan's Line Steamships for Key P. 2
E Spring TermSt. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Cra wford dUe. I and all points in the West, Southwest, and West and Havana, every Saturday 4 ;
m.
i John's, 2d Tuesday March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw- Northwest-forming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans Friday at 4 p. ; .
every m.
; Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville. I QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes p. rates
; Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New Collector of Relenue-W. H.|Walker,Craw points ; and with the Central and People's etc., apply to ,
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. ;; Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A. 0. MAcDONELL ,
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M.\ N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw- Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor Gen'l Ticket and Pass. Agent.,

Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy. fordville. :J Columbus and Eufaula. D. MAXWELL:: Gen'} Supt. 21 ,

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rP : 'THE FLORIDA MIRROR. A Warning to Parents.An The :\\Mallory Line The Best. June 11-Sch. Sarah Potter, Keen, New NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
: : York lumber, by Prosky Bros.
I act of gross carelessness came very To the Vegetable Shippers throughout Florida : ;
i 14-S. P. St. Nicholas Dennett, Savannah -
fatal result last Tuesday. A Having been by the ,
near having a requested vegetable
i /?.OO( ( A YEAR $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS ; with freight and pas-
i colored boy, employed as a waiter in the growers of Arredondo and vicinity to accom- sengers, by C. A. Haley.

I Reflections. family of Mr. B. Seegar, at the old Dozier pany their: shipments of vegetables, etc., by 14Sch. Eddie Huck Bartlett, Phila-

1 I mansion, for some purpose had been using C. 'H:'Maliory & Co.'s steamship City of San delphia ; lumber, by Hilliard &
Bailey.
'' 1'f Plenty of rain-showers this week. potash in the morning, and placed the open Antonio, Jtme 2nd. 1883,1 beg to say that I 14-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder, 1,680

t The steamship San Antonio carried four- can upon a table in the dining-room, where have given the matter my undivided atten- tons, New York ; with freight

,, ty-two cabin passengers yesterday. little Ned Seegar, a bright fouryearoldchild tion during the week, closely watching the and passengers,by R.W. South-

o was playing at the time. The child methods of| delivery, etc., by: both Mallory'sLine wick agent. STRENGTH
A hop was given by some of the young 16-S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett, Savannah -
, ', r->.* people at the Atlantic Pavilion, on Amelia soon espied the can, and, probably thinkingit and the Savannah Line and I unhesi- with freight: and pas-

ip- beach, Tuesday evening. sugar, took a lump and put it in his tatingly recommend shipments via the Mallory sengers, by C. A. Haley.IN .

mouth. The powerful alkali began to burnas Line, asj being altogether the best. PORT.
s! f' !. :;: Amelia Lodge, No. 47, F. & A. M., meets to vigorously push a business,
.. j it touched the child's tender
t 1 .tFt soon as | W. K. HAILE. Brig G. W. Hall (Br.), McConnell.
i. ] on Monday evening next. All brethren in E. strength to study a profession
mouth, and he immediately expelled the New June 8, 1888. Brig Mary Powell, Mitchell. ,
,1,. good standing are expected to attend. potash, not, however, before it had burned rotr Brig Soberano (Sp.), Rosin de Don. strength to regulate a household,
r Sch. Jennie F. Chadwick.Sch. .
Willy,
; Among the passengers by the steamship the roof of his little mouth and tongue, I The Beach Party. Louisa Frazier, Campbell.Sch. strength to do a day's labor with

San Antonio, which left for New York yesterdaY causing him intense pain. Soothing reme- : Silas C. Evans, Sylvanus.Sch. out physical pain. All this repre-
PUBLISHED BY
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t 1,; was Mr. J. E. Meddaugh, city tax dies were immediately applied, and the REQUEST. Tom Williams, Wheaton sents what is wanted in the often
ri Sch. A. L. Green, El well.! ,
ra collector. little fellow is well could be
: doing as as I went to the Strathmore, Sch. Parole (Br.), Smith. heard expression, Oh I wish I A
,, { :. The Sanitary Committee of the City Council expected, being able to take cool liquid Beside the salt sea-shore, .
had the If
.; this week made a thorough inspection of nourishment. To take a bath. List of Letters strength you are

the entire city, and report it in a perfect People certainly ought to have more discretion Captain Clay and his good wife, Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina broken down, have not energy, or

.:.h :x sanitary condition. than to permit the use of strong Always. ; Marked so full out of life the, path. Nassau county, Florida, June 16, 1883. feel as if life was hardly worth living

5"t Mr. P. W. 0. Koerner, chief engineer of alkalies, or other dangerous compounds, by Persons calling for these letters must say you can be relieved and restored -

: the Fernandina&Jacksonville Railroad, has careless servants, without seeing to it that With key, hat. pants and blouse advertised: to robust health and strengthby
after being used they are placed beyond the I left for the bath-house Anse, Emily Harris, Jenie ((2))
transferred his office from Jacksonville to BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
I suit
,, My to change. taking -
Abert, Thomas Jewett, George G
" reach of small children. This is not the
. this city for the present. Fixings on-what a sight! Ayers, H C Mullan, George which is a true tonic-a
. first instance of the kind in this city that To yalk out in daylight, Bertovelle F H ,
Numsen. A
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The Council Committee Quarantine did
:: has come to our knowledge, and all termi- ; In vision range. Burchaelt, Carrie A Rose V D medicine universally recommendedfor
not deem it expedient to modify the quar- nated not so providentially Brookins, Ella Smith, W H all wasting diseases.
' t ... : antine against Jacksonville at present, as Over the fine smooth strand, Burroughs M (agt) Small, Ida

! suggested by the Board of Health. The Best Game this Season. To where the surf and sand Cheonrjel. Wm B Smith, Jane
: In contact
: run. Cram. Smith
'; j, <. The new cottage built for Mr. W. F. Wood, The fifth game of base ball between the jumped, skipped, what'er craft! Doudy Mary, Washington Trent,, Ellen Paty SOl N. Fremont St.,Baltimore

+.. 14' Jr., on Third street, near the residence of two home nines came off on Friday of last Looked': back-how they all laughed Fleming, H B Widerwake, Ben During the war I was in-

Mr. C. W. Maxwell, is completed, and Mr. week, and proved the best-contested one of : To see the fun. Gallagher, John Waite, Capt George jured in the stomach by a pieceof
E1
; Ir Wood moved into it this week. Mr. 0. S. this season. Much interest was manifested, At water's edge, gents, two, Hunter, Wallace White, Belle E a shell, and have suffered
the of the the in HELD FOR POSTAGE : from it ever since. About four
kk Oakes was the contractor. during progress game, by Standing wait, to do
many friends of the two clubs. : The escort's part. H. W. Loud & Co., New York, N. Y.SAM'L years ago it brought on paralysis
I Mr. John L. Clay left for Madison Monday With hands joined in went ,which kept me in bed six
The clubs have fenced in the and we T. RIDDELL. P. M.
.s ; last, Mrs. Clay having preceded him ground To where the breakers sent months, and the best doctorsin
k
h .1 i i', some weeks. After visiting his brother-in- provided seats for spectators.We :: White blankets smart. Masonic. the city said I could not
attach the score of the game :
, t law for a short time, Mr. Clay is going tot WitTi Regular communications of Amelia Lodge live. I suffered fearfully from
mouth faced
r TOWN. open we No. 47 F. & A. M. for the 1883 indigestion, and for over two
t Hampton Springs, Taylor county. Names. Runs. Outs. The.. [breakers, in high glee, January, 22. July 16.year : years could not eat solid food

.: ( Mr. W. P. Gifford, formerly of this city, Friend, 1. f............................. 2 1 ; To"take a dip. February 19. August 13. and for a large portion of the
{ has severed his connection with S. B. Hub- Waas, s. s .............................. 0 5 "JU llp, they said, "now, quick !"- March 19. September 10. time was unable to retain even
1Vood, 2d b............................. 2 1 And}with one great, wide lick, April 16. October 15. liquid nourishment. I tried
t. ': bard fe Co., and accepted the position of Mode, 3d b............................. 0 5 We took a sip. May 21. November 12. Brown's Iron Bitters and now

r '. 1., I book-keeper for the Florida Land and Improvement Southwick, r. f....................... 1 4 j June 18. December 10. after taking two bottles I am
4. Company, at Jacksonville. Swann, 1st b........................... 3 2 And-down we went, all three- December 27.
With able and around
r Crippen, c. f........................... 1 2 joined hands, neither free- At 7:30: p. m. Visiting brethren fiaternally to get up go
F An ice cream sociable will be held at the Mueller, p.............................. 1 4 ;; And kissed the sand. invited to attend. and am rapidly improving.G. .

'i residence of Mrs. W. Naylor Thompson, on Stark, c................................. 1 3 To Each Ireads pulled invert the other how, kicking high J. E. WANDELL, W. M, DECKER.BROWN'S .
; spry
L. Seventh street, Wednesday evening, June C. H. BERG, Secretary.
Total ................................ 11 27RAILROAD. i To see the land. --
i, fi' 20, at 8 o'clock. The friends of the Presbyterian
Nassau Chapter No. 23 R. A. M. holds its
is
Heads IRON BITTERS
r coughing,
Ladies invited. up spitting,
h Society are cordially
convocations the
" t ', y Names. Runs. Outs. Another breaker flitting regular on Wednesday following -

1 r 'f 1 a{ : Nearly eight hundred persons have been Baltzell, 3d b.......................... 1 2 I Knocked us down., each regular communication of Ame- a complete and sure remedy for

; t vaccinated by Dr. W. H. Pope, This number Menzies, s. s........................... 1 3 Now'heads in sand again- lia Lodge, at 7:30: o'clock sharp. Indigestion, Dyspepsia Malaria,
Smith, 2d b............................ 1 3 Such::clinching, kicking men Transient companions fraternally invitedto
; F ., includes those who have been Weakness and all diseases
t only vaccinated Muck, c. f..................... ........ 0 4 Never were born. attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P. requir-
I t. r' i" at the expense of the city, and does Maxwell, c............................. 2 2 W. A. JONES, Secretary. ing a true, reliable, nonalcoholictonic.

t; not cover the practice of other physicians. Lewis, 1. f.............................. 1 3 Experience once more It enriches the blood givesnew
Papy, p................................. 1 3 Pullwl escorts I to shore Knights of Honor. ,
_, ;r; ;' '; Mr. R. S. Schuyler, who some months Hubby, 1st b.......................... 1 3 T! The sky to see;- Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H., life to the muscles and tone
Y I 1 '' since had the misfortune to fall from the Madden, r. f........................... 0 4 With);bangs hanging blinding, meets the first and third Tuesday nights in to the nerves.
+ n r: roof of the new Episcopal Church, of which Bending! low and sputtering, every month, at 8 o'clock.G. .

*, .- t-:, :; I ; he is the architect, has so far recovered as to Total................... ......... ...... 8 27 !*As sick as I could be. N. SAUSSY, Dictator.W. .

i :. :. ;":, be able to walk about with the aid of SCORE BY INNINGS. :\Iy;bath is o'er dear brothers J. WOODWARD, Reporter.
t f Town.............0 | 4002113011| | | | | | | | ,
t' crutches. \ \ 1 \ \ \ \ \ Leave the sea for others Legion of Honor.
t : i Railroad ........2 | llol002l| | | | | | | | 8 I Who are less "

.' : I I t: :f: The last entertainment, for the season, of Umpire-W. F. Lefils. Young ladies, don't thirsty.you go H.Ponce, meets de the Leon second Council and, No.fourth 922, A.Friday L. of

:, ; p :-, the Fernandina Roller Skating Club, took The boys were out again yesterday, and In water, till you know nights in every month, at 8 o'clock.

i ;i';; I place at the rink on Friday of last week. the "Town" nine were again victorious, .iIt is with safety. THEO. STARBUCK, Commander.W. .

'.. ; s fi r : The rink will remain closed during the summer the score standing 30 to 17. J. WOODWARD, Secretary.
And then don't take
i .V men, two, SUMMER BOARD.
i : ; months, but early in the fall the weekly
To drown when will do
; one DESIRING TO FIND SUM-
Hx Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.A .
; soirees will be resumed. The City Council. ;The earth to scratch. PERSONS
in the
meeting of the stockholders of the Fer- up-country can secure
;:; .' "ff.); :.. The steamship San Antonio, which sailed The regular meeting of the City Councilwas But take a lover true. nandina Lyceum Association will be heldat pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle, Tennessee -
y i :: held last Wednesday evening. Pres- Who |11 risk his life for you, their hall on Monday June 25th, 1883, at by addressing MRS. H. B. KELLS, Mount
J from this for New
i port yesterday morning To make match.
: ; ent: F. C. Suhrer, president, and Aldermen ;, a 8 o'clock p. in. A punctual attendance is Eagle, Tenn. The location is on the plateauof
_ si York, carried the following cargo: 2,100 melons LADE LEVE. requested. THOMAS KYDD, the Cumberland Mountain very cool
Hoyt, Kelly, Avery, King, and Williams.The .
.; t' i ii ii. it f 3,600 packages of vegetables, 755 logs of Fernandina, June, 1883.I Secretary. and refreshing.
following bills were ordered paid: Board $25 to $30 per month, in a pleasant
j 1t: ,; j cedar, 135 cases cedar, 500 barrels rosin, 111
J. L. Horsey & Co., 400 vaccine Pianos For Sale. amily. Daily communication with Sewa-

:: I Ij barrels spirits, 62 packages merchandise. points.......................................... $30 00 ,: Married.GAMBRILLHoRSEY.At. Decker Bros.: pianos for sale for less than nee, the location of the University of the y
f i.: iJt f ;J t t Mr. Hugh A. Corley, land commissioner Dr. W. H. Pope, for services............ 150 50 7 o'clock Tues- can be bought of manufactures in New South. 28
day morning. June 12 1883 at St. Peter'sChurch
+ ..1 ) i for the Reed syndicate in the city Edgar Mordecai, scavenger work for I York. Inquire of Percy L. Jones at the
: } was early May .......................... ................. 118 00 by Rev. 0. P. Thackara, MILLARDN. office of Dr. E. Leroy Jones on Fourth street. AND SHOES.
,; : I IMf;: : : this week. Mr. Corley has established a J. W. Flinn, services taking census.. 8 75 GAMBRILL, of Baltimore, and Miss JULIA I BOOTS

: land office over Mode Brothers' store, corner Geo. E. Wolff, services taking census 6 26 HORSEY, youngest daughter of Mrs. L. M. I Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
i !f-,. : H. Bradford, services taking census.. 6 25 Horsey, of this city.
Centre and Third streets. Mr. Arthur
. < Tracts each of J. H. PRESCOTTDEALER
containing
twenty acres
Floyd Wright, services taking census The happy bride and left on the
; : v,: { : T. Williams is Mr. Corley's able assistant. .............................................. 10 00 eight o'clock train for Baltimore groom where they choice suitable, high for orange hammock growing land on and Orange truck Lake farm-,

.' : I Mrs. Alice Mundee, of Tallahassee, accompanied G/L.:inspector Baltzell ten, services days....as....quarantine............... 20 00 will spend the honeymoon. ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare

x by her daughter, Miss Charlotte, are H. "E. Dotterer, merchandise fur- very conveniently situated for transpor-

: : [. on a visit to this city. Mrs. Mundee has nished city........... ....................... 3 55 Range of Thermometer tation, by water or rail, and will be solo on

.1 I M: been in ill health for some time, and her R. M. Henderson, coffin for pauper.. 6 00 FOR THE WEER ENDING FRIDAY, JUNE 15, terms tionable.to suit Also purchasers.valuable Titles timber are lands unques-in I.N
Thos. Ladson and
physician ordered her to the sea-shore. We John Jackson, nursing, pauper.....boarding............ 12 42 J,ORSEY'S DRUG STORE. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS
"' ,'I.S)' t hope that the invigorating sea-air of Amelia G. F. Avery, amounts expended for .: February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.
; d rj;
; .
: beach will have the desired effect. cleaning of streets and on sanitary I.;::: ;::: ;::: M .. Lost.A .

work.......................................... 53 83 : C'1 :ii: :;Mn:
child's gold A reward will
I t---4 o7 Q.rSaturda breast-pin.
Rev. 0. P. Thackara rector of St. Peter'sChurch
A bill from Sam for work
7 Major, on be paid the finder. C. W. MAXWELL.For .
.i.i"t at the urgent solicitation of the drains, $1.00, was referred to Finance Com- y.....Jun e 91 76 81 82 80 1 SE.
"t .vestry, has consented to take a four months' mittee. Sunday.... ;......10 ,5 80 182 80 SE. I I Bent,
vacation to recuperate his health. Mr.Thackara Monday ......;......11 77 82 79 SE.I I A desirable dwelling pleasantly situated
? The following communication from the Tuesday....:. ......12 76 81 I 82 80 SE. Apply to FRED W. HOYT.
},:. I though in very feeble health for many Board of Health was referred to the Com- 'Vednesdav........13 74 83 84 80 SE. Ladies',

months, has faithfully stood at his post, and mittee on Quarantine : Thursday ...;......14 77 84 85 80 SE. For Kent. Misses',

;r ; in common with his parishioners, the Mirror FERNANDINA, FLA., June 13, 1883. Friday ........ ......15 76 82 82 79 SE. A very desirable dwelling-house.JOHN HEDGES Inquireof Children's

: hopes that this much-needed rest will buildup To the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the ,
January 19-tf Fernandina Fla.
and Infants',
; his strength. City of Fernandina:
r F t i i MARINE. ,
GENTLEMEN :-At a meeting of the Boardof Strawberries and Men's,
i The steamer City of Bridgeton, with the Health, held this day, the following resolution Port of Fernandlna. Fresh vegetable sand strawberries Vegetables.received Boys'
,; t steamer Florida in tow, left Savannah Saturday was adopted, and I was instructedto daily at MRS. FLETCHER'S. and Youths',
furnish a COPto the Council : i HIGH WATER.
J last for Charleston, where both steamers -
June; 16...... 4:33: A.M. 5:03P.M.
Saturday :
Resolved, That, the Mayor and Council ,
be overhauled and Post-Office Notice.
will thoroughly repaired -
) concurring, the quarantine against Jacksonville Sunday, : 17..... 5'25": 5:53: FINE
? r preparatory to next winter's season, be modified to the extent of admitting Monday, : 18...... 6:14 6:40": Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00: p. M.
j when they will be placed again on the Sea- persons who are provided with a certificateof Tuesday ;; 19..... :'oo" 7'26" Sunday hours, 10:30: A. )[. to 11:30: A. M.

h. Island Route between Savannah and Florida. vaccination within twelve months last Wednesday, : 20...... 7:45 8:10 ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. sm-VVED: : :
past, and signed by a physician in regular Thursday, 21..... 8:27" 8:53": Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday-)

'c, i i. ,, Editor Jones, of the Times-Union, has been practice." Friday, 22...... 9'09": 9:33: I, Arrives................. 5:50 P. M. and 6:05: p. M. I

t ''I I made a member of the board of directors of Secretary THEO.Board'of STARBUCK Health., ENTERED.- I I Closes.................... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30: A. M. Button Boot: Glhr: L! ; n n
I Transit & Peninsular Railroad- ,
the Florida Ship Canal. General P. Stone, ,
The Committee on Streets and Public Improvements June 10-S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett, Sa- Arrives...................................... 5:50: p. M.
an eminent engineer, has accepted the position reported adversely on the peti- vannah ; with freight and pas- Closes......................................... 7:30: A. M. AND
chief and work the sengers to C. A. Haley.
r of engineer, on survey -
t tions of Messrs. W. J. Godfrey and R. E. 11-Brig G. W. Hall, McConnell, New Jacksonville, South and West Florida- #4.
is to begin immediately. Mr. A. F. Hill, Eddin, which were referred at the last meet- York ; ballast, to master. Arrives................... 9:00 A. M. and 6:05: p. M.

f Mr. Stones' assistant, is now in Jacksonville ing. The reports were laid over till next 13-S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett, Savannah Closes .................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:30: p. M. 1SLIiPERSkTEmbracing I I
statistics. with freight and Arrives Sunday...... 10:25 A. M.
gathering -
J rlu meeting.The to C. A. Haley, agent.passengers Closes Sunday........ 4:00: p. )[.

Church Notices. Committee on Ordinances and Rules 14-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder, 1,680 St. Mary's and King's Ferry Matt-

: ;** Services at the Methodist Church was requested to draft an ordinance relativeto tons, New York ; with freight Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. New and Popular
1t every and passengers to R. W. South- Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.
K Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. dogs, and to regulate the style of badges.On \vick, agent. St. and

Presbyterian Church ; Rev. H. S. Yerger, motion of Alderman Hoyt, tffe shopon 15-S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett, Sa- Arrives Mary's Mondays Dungeness and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. S TYLESGENTS' -''

._ pastor. Services : Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 Seventh street, just north of Centre, usedas vannah.with: freight and passengers Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M.

p. m. ; prayer-meeting on Thursday evening an ice cream saloon, was ordered to be to C. A. Haley. Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00: A. M.

r t .,:, at 8 o'clock; Sunday School at 4 p. m. removed, and the chairman of the Committee ; CLEARED. Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
Preaching at the Baptist Church every on Streets and Public Improvements instructed 12-S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett, Savannah Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M. FURNISHINGAND
with and Orders and Letters from
Saturday afternoon at half-past two o'clock to enforce the order. ; freight passengers Money Registered
;
by C. A. Haley. 9:00: A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00: p. M.
i_r' 41 -'" Sabbath school same afternoon at 3:30.: Also The Marshal was instructed to prohibit all 11-Sch: Anita, Jewett, Martinique ; to 4:00 P. M.
.
= : preaching every Sunday night at 8 o'clock. ball playing on the streets. lumber, by F. A. Small. SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. "C"J3EER GOODS.r

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