Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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VOL. V. FERNANDINA, FLA.. SlTUDAY. JUNE 23 1883. 1STO. 30. .

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STATE YE IVS. charter of the new road from Enterprise to TIlE HUB. people, and bowed right and left in ac- WESTERS RIVERS RISIXG.

Titusville has passed into the hands of an knowledgment of the cheers which rent

; The Pensacola Advance-Gazette has sus- Eastern company, and its construction is THE OLD SOUTH CHORCIIGOVERNOR. BUTLER'S the air with sounds of welcome. Yet who SERIOUS DAMAGE TO GROWING CROPS.

'! pended. now a certainty, and that work will be com- POLITICAL LIGHT 3OTj! SHINING-THE I shall say what misgivings may have stirred ST. Louis, June 18.-Advices from Western -
Missouri and Kansas
Watermelons are selling at Tampa at five menced July 1st.-Work is progressing BIG ORG-JN. his mind, what pride and courage were for the past few days have raised say heavy nearly rains all =:

and ten cents each. satisfactorily on the Jacksonville, Tampa & To the Editor, of the Mirro\\: needed to preserve that unmoved and he- the rivers and small streams in that section, ',

The large canal opening navigation be- Key West Railroad, : between Jacksonvilleand BOSTON, June G, 1883. roic front? Not for himself alone were his and the indications are for unprecedented d

tween Lakes Apopka and Dora is now fin- Palatka. Bridge building and the grading Being of a turn of mind both devout and thoughts, we may be sure. But a few yardsin of high Coring water, forty in the miles Missouri north river.of St.The Joseph town

ished, and a clear water course, thirty feet is going ahead all along the line. Work patriotic, it struck me'.that a good way to advance of him went the Empress, accompanied on the Missouri, is inundated, and several,

wide and six feet deep, now unites the two has also commenced, it seems, in earnest recently combine the two would! : be to attend divine by the Grand Duchess Xenie houses are entirely swept away. About four

lakes. between Sumterville and Tampa on services at the little] church on Salem Alexandrovna, in a state carriage, surrounded miles of railroad are under water. All rail- "
roads in Western and Central :
, The Wekiva, Blackwater & Central Creek General Gordon's road.-Correspondence Savannah street immortalized by :Longfellow in "Paul by grooms and pages ; and next came the the exception of the Missouri Missouri Pacific,with are ;r

& have commenced active operationson News.GAINESVILLE'S. Revere's Ride." So thus Impressed I started rest of the Grand Duchesses, conspicuous I badly washed and trains are generally

Company NEW RAILEOAD. repre- forth on Sunday mpnnng to that by no among whom sat Maria Alexandrovna. Al- abandoned. It looks as though serious "
the Wekiva river near Altamonte, sentative of the Spring took his first ride on means aristocratic porti} t of the cityIt is most every member of the Imperial family trouble not only to railroads but to all the ,
the St. river towns and bottom
also at the mouth of the Wekiva, on land farms is to re-
This to straighten the Green Cove Spring & Melrose Railroad no larger than the conViiion: little country took partin the procession;the like of which sult from the present threatening conditionof

) Johns. company proposes of the river on Tuesday, the occasion being the selectionof church you see [any whtre! but it is built of for earthly grandeur mixed with well- the river. w.
and clear out the channel putting -
and a point for the first station out of Green stone, and has an old-tirjie, substantial respectability grounded terror, the world never yet be- KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 18.-A blockadeon
!it in navigable opening
I Cove. The locomotive took the party rapidly truly impre ive. Entering it held. All that Imperial throng, not knowing the railroad exists, and to the north it '
and traffic. This will be a valuable almost
, it to trade was complete last
work for that part of the countr '.- for a distance of some three and a half you find the tiny window-panes/ the high, what a moment might bring forth must being able to get out except night one on, no the trains Missouri '

,1 Putnam County Joarrucl.I miles, which was as far as the rails had then old-fashioned box pews,:the clock whose have seen more than the upturned faces of Pacific. The Chicago & Alton was ; ,j

been laid, and near the locality which was age, like that of a maiden lady, no one can the cheering crowds in the streets, much able to take its passengers by transferring at ; J. r

I Vegetables continue to go northward. The chosen as the most eligible for the establishment find out, the quaint old organ built in 1758, more than the ranks of the people acclaim- the washout near this city. Of the roads:: #
west the
largest shipments are made from points on of the station'but, a short distance and the high gallery in which the negroessat. ing from the balconies and gazing down abandoned., Burlington The others&are Missouri not interrupted.River is i y;

the Transit Road, they being exempt from from the trestle over Highland branch, on .. There, too, is the soljd! silver communion from between a forest of Venetian masts, The river here is from ten to twenty feet

quarantine. From 500 to 800 crates per day the Bayard tract. Much heavy work has i service, from which the sacred emblems and innumerable flags and banners flutter- above low-water. At midnight last night

for a week or more have been shipped from been done in filling in this trestle, but much have been taken for nearly a century and a ing in the breeze-must have seen in imagi- reports portion of were the received bottom land stating here that a large ,'
was over-
Arredondo station. The vegetable yield this remains to be done. The laying of rails is half(presented by George; II.), the copy of tion, heightened by dreadful memories, pic- flowed, and that serious damage will be '

year has becn.the best ever known in that now going on much more rapidly than heretofore the Scriptures known as the Vinegar tures of the fancy they were too brave very greatly increased:: by any further rise in 4-

section and a gentleman from Arredondo and the prospects of the companyare Bible from the misprint intended for vineyard i to reveal to the multitude. That there if the it river. The June rise is about due, and ., ,.
, last week states that 2.000 in Alachua comes now at the present stage of the
I'': acres more cheerful than at any time since its and the old prayer-book from which ;, was danger, and that there may have been water, the loss will be very heavy. Water p.

county were planted to vegetables, and thatit organization.-Green Cove Spring.A His Majesty's name was: erased after the terror, cannot be denied ; but the peril and now encroaches upon Harlam, opposite this

is now estimated 100,000 crates will be of hundred and sixty-eight Revolution. After services, with fear and the fear, notwithstanding the display of city. 3c s ';
shipped from that county alone. When the gang one I climbed't the wooden KANSAS CITY, June 20.-The river is still _t. .
trembling, rickety solid power, of established authority, of 'f
laborers arrived at steamer Satur-
Tampa by
amount shipped from other sections is addedto ; rising. At 1 o'clock p. m. it marked 23 feet
'ad. ,
day, to work on the South Florida Railroad. stairs "with stealthy, I assure you willing service, and affectionate loyalty, far 5 inches. Kaw river, which was at a stand i
this it will hot the readersof
only surprise This is only a small paft of the force the John Newman or anybody else who went outweighed the lurking spirit of mischief. yesterday, is rising slowly to-day.
the JVete but astonish the natives. Correspondence
Plant Investment Company design to imme- up those dark, uncanny flights! deserved to :, When, at noon, the procession started from ST Louis, June 21.-The river has risen -

Savannah Xeua.RAILROAD diately employ on the extension of their be immortalized in j poetry;and given a pen- the Petroffsky Palace and the thunder of about three inches since last:: evening. Ad- : i ";, ,"
vices from the
road sion beside. A small boy who lived in the the cannon and the clangor of the pealing North and West note heavy ;. _,
NOTES.We Tampa. along both the Upper Missouri and the t4
vicinity seemed intent on suicide, so rapidlydid bells shook the earth and resounded throughthe Mississippi rivers, and it is now feared that s,.

trust that the quid nuncs who have NEWS NOTES. he mount the steps, and so recklesslystep air. When the Emperor in his Gen- another rise ofa foot or two will come along y ,yy

been offering to bet that the Tavares, Or- across the small square at the top where eral's uniform, blazing with jewelled orders, shortly. If this be the case, there will be a g
DOMESTIC.A great destruction of and farm
lando &; Atlantic Railroad would never be the stairs end. It seems strange to me, con- mounted his charger, the people were all the crops property
Washington special says that President along streams. In this State already x xa
built are now silenced. Facts are stubborn Arthur is about to remove Collector Robertson sidering how near boys always: are to death's wrought to a pitch of contagious enthusiasm. great amount of bottom land on the Mis"- ;.

things, and the large force engaged in grading door, that they can be so cheerful. I verily The tens and hundreds of thousands, souri river overflowed and crops are ruined. .a;
of the of New York. This
port con- Farmers have
from Tavares toward Orlando is about the believe a boy enjoys having his arm blown between whose long array they rode, saw been forced to abandon their "
templated removal is part of a bargain between homes for the higher ground. The farmers
most conclusive argument that can be ad- the leaders to secure harmony in the off, his eye put out, or his heck broken. It before them not an elected ruler not a con- opposite Hermann are reported to have

vanced. We are assured, too, that this party in that State. is agony on that account tq be near a youthof stitutional sovereign, but their Emperor nd suffered damage to the extent of over GO,000,

force will be largely increased, and that the the sterner sex. '- '_ Father by Divine right-the Patriarch of and other bottom lands in the same county

entire grading will be completed by Novem- Richard Hughes, a well-known and well- The Old South Church isof[ value to any the beloved and revered National Church. have sustained like losses. In Calaway' '
to-do farmer living near Oshkosh Wis. county opposite Jefferson City, the bottoms '
ber 1st. The managers of the road expectto was one who is interest in;; :Mother_ Goose, The immense majority had neither part are submerged. A great quantity of low- ;''.;
have the road ironed and in running order on Saturday on a charge of making Adam, or the Fourth of Ju%, brMrs. Wash nor share in the new ideas, nor wish nor land along the Osage river is inundated and r 1> f t
by January 1st. counterfeit dollars. The paraphernalia of the settlers are moving to safer places.
ington's slippers.It i understanding for change. The Imperial ;N
manufacture and a number of spurious coins miles of bottom land below Ashland on the '
So much for this road. Within the past is a source of much; regret that the I family of Dukes and Duchesses, stately and Missouri river is overflowed,and agreat lots of i
were found on his premises.The .
fortnight a movement to build between original man was lacking in. the honesty of resplendent ; those high officers, and squad- wheat and corn is reported. The Madison ,

Sanford and Tavares has been gaining in steamer Arabia which arrived at San purpose and integrity of character shown in rons of cavalry-making martial music with dyke above this city, still holds. Over two

strength, and the present indications are Francisco Sunday, brought 700 cases of opi- his descendants-John Quincy and Charles the clang and rattle of their arms and horse hundred men are working on it.

that the line will be constructed during the um, valued at $500,000, and on which the Francis. Adam and Eve are here repre- furniture-represented to them their coun- CINCHONA CULTURE IN

present year, and that it will be a broad duties amount to $250,000. It is estimatedthat sented in the costume of 140( years ago, donein try's power and glory and her high place MALA.MR. GUATE

gauge. We think it more than likely that before July 1 there will be $3,000,000 silk embroidery. Adam.;; with a cane in among the nations. Simple, faithful folk, c

the grading of the road will be begun by the worth of opium in San Francisco. his left hand, is seated und r an oak caressing they were glad and proud of that stupendous FORSYTH GOING TO INDIA FOR THE SEEDS .

first of August and that a large enough About thirty of those who sustained injuries a peculiar quadruped; with sinister- that great show. For it should be distinctly FOR FIVE MILLION TREES. < '

: force will be put on to rush it through by and relatives of those who were killedin looking glass eyes, while ;[Eve, in a very understood that the secret of dangers President Barrios of Guatemala has made
which shake the of the
stability Russian
to the
arrangements try experiment of cultivating }
January or February! 1st, at latest. Negoti- the Brooklyn Bridge disaster, have pooled tight-waisted dress with a ;full skirt, is sit- throne, and make of the Imperial Russian the cinchona tree, and Mr. W. J.-

ations are now progressing for the iron, and their claims and brought suit against the ting beneath cherry tree. Palaces so many gilded dungeons, beset with Forsyth,a planterof Ceylon who has riddena

if this is secured the work will be immedi- bridge trustees and the corporation'of Brook- Mother Goose was not %>> myth, but the unseen perils and darkened with the shadowof thousand miles through Central America
threatening murder, do not spring from the '
ately begun. exploring country to discover the best
lyn. The damages claimed aggregate $500- wife of Isaac Goose, who l lived in Pudding
the and in Russia there
The Transit people are middle site for thejplantation( is now in this city on
Peninsular Company are 000.Graff Lane, now known by the more aristocratictitle classes. The peasantry and small shopkeepers his return to East India to select the seed '

laying their new steel rails on their main Bennett & Co., the great iron man- of Devonshire street. She was a poetess ,, are ignorant, devout and loyal. In that for five million trees. Speaking. on the subject -

line, and as soon as this work is done, they ufacturers of Pittsburg have called who combined the wisdom of Shake- little-known, sterile and thinly-populated Mr. Forsyth said : *The rapid increase ;
will begin ironing between Wildwood a meet- country the towns and villages are few and in the number of uses to which the bark of
ing of their creditors, and will ask an ex speare with the imagery of Spencer, a good far between. Communication is difficult, the cinchona tree is put, not only for the .
Tavares-perhaps sooner. A letter just received tension. They owe $1b50,000, and their housekeeper an exemplary! mother-in-law ideas spread slowly, and an organized revo- manufacture of quinine and as an ingredient ,;

from New York reports the assurance assets are about $3,000,000. They offer to and lived nearly a hundred 'ears. lution i is impossible. It is among the nobility in the substitute for hops, but for various ,s
that the military and the studerU classes commercial induced ,
road will be completed to Tavaresby purposes, President Y
it still his little
pay 30 per cent. in three sit and nine Governor Butler pressing llCvicwoI
December that the : prevail ; and the danger Barrios to try this experiment. Althoughthe
1st. months, and seventy per cent in three years. sad face against the pane to see if there is which yesterday threatened the Imperial cinchona tree is not a native of India '
Meantime the St. Johns & Lake Eustis FOREIGN. any light shining to guide him to the White family must be sought for among the State but was introduced there in 1879 by the cel- .

road is partially completed to Tavares, It costs Paris $000,000 a to clean its House but it doesn't shine 'worth a cent," officials and military officers who wear theEmperor's ebrated botanist Clement Markham, at the !
and that it will go on to Brooksville and the streets. year as the Western boy saith. He had hoped to uniform and eat his: bread.A instance of the British Government, the culture '
was so profitable that not only has the 1 :
Gulf we believe one of the certainties of the Herr Lasker, the German Liberal states- gain political capital by the Tewsbury investigation HORROR IN ENGLAND. original investment of !150,000 been repaid,

near future. This road is bound to becomea man, sailed on Thursday of last week from but he has failed utterly.Dr. but the trees have been valued at 1.000.000.
part of the Jacksonville, Tampa, & Key the A SHOCKING CATASTROPHE AT A SHOW. There are many varieties of the cinchona.
.Tourye"e has bought big in
Southampton by the steamer Werra for organ
New One is the Legeriana calisaya which is
West LONDON, June 16.-An accident from a rich
system and certain than
we are more .i
Music Hall, and after its ;enlargement to '
York. crush occurred at a children's entertainmentat in alkaloid. Another variety is the officina- n
ever of this now that the Plant Investment The in Dorotheen number 151 stops, it will be: placed in the Sunderland, England, this evening, and lis, the bark of which is known as crown
Company have purchased an interest in the Strasse. Ber- new hall in connection with the Home one hundred and seventy-eight of the chil- bark. Other varieties are condamanca and '
Jacksonville line. lin, on which stands the Masonic Lodge dren were killed. the succirubra. The last named is rather ?'
E. of the Cin
"Royal York," was bought in 1695 for $700, building. George Whiting, From the details thus far received, it appears larger than the others and more robust and s
Altogether we can safely hazard the pre- cinnati Conservatory will be here next of Quicker but
and sold in 1712 for In year that an entertainment had been givenin growth not so rich in alkali
$1,875. 1780 the
diction that a ,greater number of miles of to make it talk," and some' superb organ Victoria Hall by a conjuror, which was though it yields plenty of bark. These ,;
railroad will be built in Florida during the Lodge bought it for $5,250, and in 18SO it music is RAY.A attended altogether by children, to the barks are generally known to.commerce as
next six months, than during previousyear !-:In1.1... flu..... _ennnrnw..._....6 .l'nn..tinn''".'11' .vo l'nw ,@'_00l Vvvvv.) AAAy anticipated. number of several thousand. The accident Peruvian bark,though not cultivated in Peru
any MAGNIFICENT AGEANT.THE occurred at the close of the performance.The nor grown there to any great extent. The
and that Tavares will be the grand Marshal von :Moltke's movements are be- '
body of the hall had been entirely trees are planted from three to four feet tf
centre of all these roads in this part of ginning to arouse alarm and apprehensionin UNEQUALLED GRANDEUR OF THE IMPERIAL cleared of its occupants, when some 1,200 of apart, and mature in about six years. ,i "r

Florida we are equally certain.-Tavares France, and have drawn a series of sen- the little ones came rushing down the stairs "There are three methods of treatmentin
Herald. sational strictures from General de Wirnpf- PROCESSION AT MOSCOW AT THE CORONATION from the gallery. At the top of the first cultivation. One is by thinning out, or
OF THE ZAR. flight of stairs there was a door which selecting the largest trees to be retained. r
Railroad news from South Florida is of fen who, it will be remembered, took com- To the Editor of the Mirror: -. opened only twenty inches, and thus but Another is by coppicing, which is simply +
the most mand at Sedan when MacMahon:: fell wounded : child cutting the tree down to and
cheering nature, and everything ':'Moscow May 28, 1883. one could pass through at a time. a stump per-
has been in a stir since Colonel Haines and on that disastrous field. The venerable the At this point while the mass of childrenwere mitting the shoots to grow. At the harvest
Yesterday his Majesty, Emperor of these shoots cut off. The
pushing forward, one of them fell and are method i
has been
party passed over the intended route, a weekor strategist making a tour incognito all the Russias, accompanied by the Em- was unable to rise, owing to the others is called the Mclvor system, and consists in

so ago, between Kissimmee and Tampa. through those portions of the Riviera which press and the Princes and the Princesses of crowding upon it. The result was that a taking the bark from a part of the matured

About 500 laborers have been put to work debouch on French territorv. and as before. I great number were pushed down, trampledon tree and mossing over the stripped place
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i .'.:_ _LUd' __ ..., n__ .. ...... 1 TO. ". the outbreak of the war of 1870 a similar the Imperial House of Romanoff, proceededin and suffocated. The scene was terrible, until the bark is renewed. If the mossing
vu LUIS extension 01 me oouui -
PiUfUlt1Lallroad state from the Petroffsky Palace, at Moscow and no effort could stop the mad rush of Js carefully! done the bark will renew itself
the past week. Another large force proceeding was noted on his part with regard -. through a double line of soldiers, extending affrighted children. They came on pell- continually. The bark is sold at two shill-

will commence work to-day at Tampa, and to Switzerland, it makes food for troubled -I four miles and a half in length, to mell, though strangely quiet, without much ings to thirteen shillings a pound, and is

the people there intend to have a grand jollification reflection. the Kremlin. The whs extraordinarily shouting. The bodies, which were badly sold readily, for the supply has never yet
scene been too
from great.
mangled trampling, lay seven or eight '
on the 4th of July in honor of the The Japanese Government has decided to magnificent, aboundingjin life and gor- deep. Many of the victims, and others who The cinchona tree requires a tropical cli-

great event of receiving the first locomotiveat add greatly to the strength of its navy. It geous with splendid covering, suggestive of were not killed, had their clothing torn mate and a plentiful rainfall. It would not 'ta S

that place. The locomotive is to be used recently increased its extraordinary appro- unlimited and ( danger.His from their bodies. The ages of 178 children grow in the United States but can be culti-
in power incalculable known to have been killed range from fourto vated in Mexico. The trees require careful
constructing the road. The Plant Investment priation for naval purposes to$30,000,000,all Imperial Majesty mustibe a great and fourteen. cultivation. President Barrios gave me every i

Company is on top, and will probably of which is to be expended within three brave man, indeed, to have borne himself The excitement in the town when the facility to explore the country, and he hasgreat ;

stay there all summer.-In Orange county years. Negotiations were some time ago in so serenely. Along all those miles of sentinels news of the disaster spread was terrific. hopes of the success of the experiment '
Great crowds of people rushed to the in utilizing the vast amount of soil in Central a ,
work on the St. Johns & Lake Eustis Rail- progress for the purchase of the war cruisers he rode, on his superb charger a little scene,
till at least 20,000 persons surrounded the not now under cultivation, They 1,
road is progressing finely, and in a month Diogenes and Socrates, originally built in distance in advance of his glittering escort, hall. The feeling was so intense that the raise coffee there for export, but their methods ''

the road will be completed to Tavares. A Germany for the Peruvian Government, but the central figure of the iighty cavalcade, I authorities ordered out the Sixth Infantry of cultivation are crude. Fortunately .i

large force of men are also engaged in cut- they are understood to have been brokenoff. the cynosure of all eyes, the mark for a to preserve order. The work of getting out the diseases of the coffee plant which make r !
the bodies of the victims the culture so precarious India do
ting out the right of of the Tavares, Or- : It is declared however that an Armstrong was begun imme- not ap- :
way tempest acclamation, inspiring his loyal diately. They were laid out in the hall,and pear in Central America. ;' .
lando & Atlantic Railroad, and additional war vessel, originally designed for subjects at once with veneration and anx- the parents of those killed were admittedfor

force is arriving on the ground daily, and Chili, has been purchased, and that one or iety. Throughout the Emperor maintaineda the purpose of identifying the bodies of Some of the leading dealers in arms and

work is being pushed forward as rapidly as two cruisers are to be built for Japan in calm demeanor as befitted his lofty posi- the children. The most heartrending scenes ammunition at the North within the past ,
transpired while the work of identificationwas six weeks, have received large orders from
possible.-A report is current that the England. I tion. Now and again he niled, upon his in progress. the Chinese Government.





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!i .. '. THE OLD FROST DOOR. \ truly glad if we owe the capture" of Black \ ton, as he eyed the handsome but sadly- girths are all ri ht." and, being an able rider and a light wei"htwas

IJ.. ,,' HjI ,-l I Robin to your cooperation. jaded horse of his companion, who, having "Oh, are they?" said the young man, over the hill-top and out of inwhat
'4 I 'J : : i I remember the time when I used to sit, We shall see, sir. I do not anticipatethat accepted the invitation, was now riding coolly. "So much the better. Then they seemed a moment of time. sight
:1' ,'.: A happy and thoughtless boy, J after fighting her Majesty's battles close by his side. "I suppose you are too will not need settling." Pursuit with the ;
I t'' i When father came home from his work at with credit I am here to be worstedby jaded horse now left
( ) t' 1-, come new-fangled here to remember the old As he spoke. he looked up with an auda- him, was hopeless: and the baffled '
.- last, a parcel of common highwaymen," was adage that bids a merciful man to be merci- cious smile and said : paused in his first breathless magistrate -
t ; 1 ; ?"': And I was tired of my toy ; the grandiloquent rejoinder.The ful to his beast." ., "I am sorry to inconvenience you, Ma realized the fact, and uttered in run, as he
b. : 1"'. .. \i. ,:::!. l'. ', 1 remember the time and none more sweets discussion; then turned into a general Mercy is a fine quality when you can jor-for we've had a very pleasant ride to- I angry tone, the solitary but significant a deep word and (
, '.", ., l's tit, Shall I know forevermore channel, and on the measures to be pursued afford to use it," returned the other with a gether-but I'm afraid I must trouble you "Sold." :
11 .\; }J>i? ( When I sat at the eve by my mother's side, with a view of more effectually scouring the light laugh. "And I cultivate it, sir, quiteas for this horse of j'ours-mine is fairly Then he sat down
to think
ruefully it
,.7 r:( i' On the sill of the old front door. country, and unearthing the bushrangersfrom much as I can afford ; but sorry as I am knocked up""What over. It seemed almost like, a dream the all
I- .J.- their haunts of concealment. Finally for beast, he must me on till is this sir? Have sud- ;
my poor carry ,
; you gone whole thing had been done
!t I remember I'd sit till I fell asleep I so quickly. The
the council of magistrates separated to regain I replace him. That is a fine one of mad? Let the bridle of horse-
: yoursa denly go my transformation of his
vl I" ; \ !. And list: to their loving talk. their various homes, for the shadowswere I, hunter eh lively companion into
':\. J While the crickets and the fire-flies this moment sir-do you hear? cried the the notorious bushranger had been difficultto
I ; #. chirped lengthening, and several had a long I Yes answered, the :Major promptly for
,'I Major, when he recovered utterance, after realize at first. Surprise to some extent
..j y.t': h: V' : Flew bright over the garden walk way to different go. Major Mornington's farm lay I he prided himself on his knowledge of horseflesh the first pause of breathless astonishment.He had paralyzed him, and he felt horribly
I ; in
: direction
a of the
,; .; '" And often would father tell the tale any i and the praise of his horse was precisely did not know what to think of his mortified to think how he had been doubly
others and he
as of his
was riding
away one the kind of to which he
'_1 I flattery was companion, over whose countenance an ex- fooled. He looked down
: ;:" Of the time, long years before brother magistrates asked upon himself, in
l ;. When he led his bride to a home : most susceptible. ,He was soon deep in the traordinary and most bewildering changehad the dusty, soiled garments of the cunning
happy "Are not armed : ? '
if *J you Major pedigree! of his which the
, a subject passed in a moment of time. A strange thief with but
q:: : : Over the sill of the old front door. "No, sir. What for at this time of day I disgust, resolved that he
man evinced such intelligent interest
younger flush of wild excitement the
glowed on sun- would all
by means, keep the secret of his
Ii :': r should like to know ? as greatly raised him in the other's es- burned cheek and his with
4 I : I remember when grandfather failed and eyes glittered a adventure from the outer world.
Bushrangers are abroad at all hours of timation. "He i is a fine horse, though I half and half Was
1 ferocious.
; ,{ : '1'. died. light mocking Then, as there was nothing else to be
and I
tv, '. And eighty years old was he, when day I alone always*' carry my revolver say it. But I'm never deceived in a horse- this a madman with whom he had impru- done he picked up the revolver which he
ft.' ;: : l/: And well I knew that never again am said the former speaker. ay, nor in man Or woman either. I say dently ventured his life in that lonely forest found to be unloaded, as the fellow had
Pooh 1"
was somewhat
t con- knowledge of human nature and of horse-
". .7 He would ride me upon his knee; .' dell? said bestrode the jaded horse, and fearing
;; ftt" ;1 And though but a gay and thoughtless boy temptuous" ejaculation ;: I am not afraid of flesh go together, Mr.-Mr."- Let go, I tell you," he exclaimed, be- lest the storm should overtake him. made

it f ;" ,.i:; ;; !y: ". I wept, and my heart was sore them. Robertson," said the stranger,supplying tween contending feelings of anger and the best of his way home.It .
.t s'i.:....: t. When I saw them bear him slowly out Nevertheless, as he rode away from the the name for which his companion had, so alarm, "or I'll teach you !1" and he raised was dark when he arrived, and having ,. .
.. little village, and looked out on the wide to speak, put out His feelers. I hope your his riding with
whip a menacing
i O'er the sill of the old front door. gesture. confided his experience to the wife of his
.t I
.. < ; i" belt stretching away, lonely and silent, be- discrimination be at fault here sir.
I won't Hold !1" cried the other, in a bold deter- bosom they agreed to keep the matter close.It .
t ;', : It is many a weary day since then, fore him, and remembered how few and far You'll need it all here in these colonies. mined voice, and as he spoke he again drew oozed, out however, after time
.. :: t .1'. ": I : And I, too, am old and gray ; between were the human dwellings in those We've all sorts of characters here." out his revolver, and covered the Major withit. even the most, carefully-kept secrets a have, as'
:. .k. ,But the tears come crowding into my eyes solitudes, he could not but acknowledge to Tut, tut, Mr.Robertson, the world is the Hold or you are a dead man !I" sometimes a knack of doing but the Major
r- ::,,'.' ; When I think of that long-past day ; himself that it might have been better had same all over, and J have seen a good bit of Those were not the tones, not the gesturesof having overcome the first smart; of humilia-,
l,, ; ': t And I only hope that whatever end he brought his revolver. He had spoken it ere now. Of course transportation has madness, but they were none the more tion, had the to join in the laugh its
a: t' : Fate may have for me in store, I. with a touch of bravado, for, in truth, he been a bad thing for the country. I am reassuring."You narration invariably grace
,\.' 1 I, I I shall pass once more, ere I pass away had started from home in a hurry, and had quite willing to admit that. But it's all impudent blackguard !r' roared the Black Robin, meanwhile provoked.rode tri-

... .' .: it. t O'er the sill of the old front door. forgotten to take it with him. He carried past now and let me tell you sir, if your Major, too angry to consider consequences. umphantly on the stolen horse, and away flour-
q : more money with him, too, than was con- young men were to show a little more pluck, Don't think to use your bluster with me. ished for some time longer in his borrowed
l ?: ( JIOW HE KEPT HIS If sistent with prudence, having called that we should soon stamp out all this blackguardism Don't you know that I am a magistrate?" plumage. On quitting the Major he fell in
; '. ff: morning at the village bankers ;but he con- or bushranging, or whatever you u Yes," said the other, with a loud laugh. with a party of police, who bade him stand
' : 4 soled himself with the reflection that this please to call it. by which country was "And I Black Robin whom
i; ; It.is some years ago since the bench ofmagistrates your am you are and give an account of himself.
,I ":, t-': 1 in one of our Australian colonies circumstance could not be known to any infested." plotting to catch, but who has been too deep I am Major Mornington," he said boldly.
I. '. "" ?! : was reinforced by the appointment of stranger he might meet by the way. He rod'ean The other agreed with him, and the con- for you this time. Ha, ha, ha!1" The police, a fresh detachment were not
excellent horse, and trusted to the fleet- versation passed on to the bushrangers and And the loud out and
G laughter
"w I i I Major Hector Mornington of the -th Light rang was acquainted with the new magistrate's per-
;' .'I.;,. }i. i Infantry. who, like many other persons, ness of his pace should he encounter any their latest exploits, of which Mr. Robertsongave caught up and prolonged by the echoes sonal appearance, but they thought the man
individual. In
_d' 'I t had been attracted to the new country in suspicious looking common some racy particulars, which provokedthe among the hills. before them looked too young to be an offi-
!,; .:' ;i 1 t' the far south by the cheapness of its broad with many people of his stamp, be believed Major's laughter, and caused the timeto :Moments may seem longer than hours, cer on the retired list and Robin, all un-
.' ." acres. that, call them as you would, whether by pass quite pleasantly. They had left the sometimes and those were bitter momentsfor armed as he was, ran imminentrisk of being
::;'. .1( At the time of Major Mornington's arrival the picturesque colonial term bushranger, village and the few outlying homesteads far the soldier and magistrate, while he taken up on suspicion.
a { the country was ringing with the dreadful which has quite a pleasing sort of sylvan behind, and had entered the dark forest of stood facing the bushranger, and the handof Perceiving that this statement was received -
c. {' fame of a man who had adopted the fantastic sounding, or by the more downright and tall, monotonous eucalypti. Not another the latter lay lightly on the trigger with evident demur, the fellow,never
t',L "t appellation of Black Robin." He was less euphonious Old World name of high- human being was in sight, not a sound was which} by a single hasty movement, mightgo at a loss, saucily held put his arm and turn
t : ; the leader of a gang, and his successful dar- waymen, all robbers must of necessity be to be heard in the pauses of their conversa- off. ing down the neat white cuffs of theIajor's
e !f.1' ing had rendered his name the terror of all cast in one stereotyped and easily recognizable tion, except the rustling of the tree-tops or ; It was not fear that he felt, bnt raging shirt sleeve, said with a smile of superiority -
':', ,,' t I' housewives, as it was secretly the wonder mould-the stout-built, heavy jawed, the crackling of the dead leaves and brush anger, to think how stupidly he had suffered :
i;;, ,. f" and delight of all the convict laborers. He sinister-eyed, traditional Bill Sykes type. wood lander their horses' hoof as they himself to be snared. Could he by a "All right, my men. Look at the mark
I He was prepared to keep a careful lookoutfor moved along. dexterous movement seize the that held "
r. y :i I 'l' seemed ubiquitous ; here one day and miles arm and satisfy yourselves.
fir' such characters, and if he should per- "Are we on the right road? asked the the and it to the
{Ill! away the next ; irresistible too, for all succumbed pistol, dashing ground, The chief of the police was convinced
} \ to the bold freebooter's demands. ceive any of that sort stealing out from behind :\Iujor.h I do not;teethe track. meet his treacherous opponent on equal and became profuse in his apologies for
r 'c, t < He appeared to have molded his conduct a big tree, or creeping stealthily from "Oh, it is quite right. I am just cuttingoff terms and close in a deadly. struggle with doubting the pseudo magistrate's word.
o' under the shelter of some wide, drooping, a corner we shall{ be on the track againin him ?
' ; f .according to the traditions of those famous ; Black Robin graciously forgave him, and
t" '.. 't{l""1' 1 highwaymen of old, in whose steps he desired umbrella-shaped fern, or popping up suddenly another minute; The other, quick as he was cunning read rode on, escaping once more through the
t ". i... to walk; cultivated a reputation for from behind a thick tuft of rushes, he "You seem to know the country well? his thought and anticipated the movement."It power of that matchless audacity which hail
felt sure he need but clap spurs to his trusty the Major said a little doubtfully."Oh is and I tire.
ti :' j. h fantastic chivalry to women, and for a kind no use. Major-stir, helped him out of many a previous scrape.
4 steed, in order to be borne far beyond their perfectly. I am almost like a native Yield take the Be
". t ] 1 of capricious generosity, and prided himself : man, or consequences. The sequel of his wild, lawless career was
. {0 t t on never using fatally the fire-arms hey' powers of pursuit. It was rather ignominious having grown up in these parts. I advised in time-life is sweet." tragic,as the termination of such lives rarely
': always carried, and on keeping his hand as he could not but feel, even to thinkof know every nook and cranny among these The Majors arms fell sullenly to his side, fails to be. There came a day whenbroughtto
'I '.'t. I:. unstained bloodshed.. Other idle and the possibility of flight.,after his valorious ranges" Thus reassured, the Major rodeon as he uttered a deep imprecation.The bay, he fought desperately for sheer life,
r unprincipled young men have mapped out words to his associates ; but on mature reflection beside him, and the younger man kept bushranger laughed again ; and once and the weapon he had carried for so long
il t j f, ;} a similar programme for themselves since he could not but admit the truth of up the conversation with much vivacity.The more, at that very moment, a long, low for rollicking intimidation was used in
\ : '.' the days of Black Robin but generally the the axiom that had been propounded by solitude was intense, the silence of whistle was distinctly audible in the dis- deadly earnest. He was outlawed, growingmore
?I' 7 sequel turns out very different from their them, viz. : that a man who does not carrya nature unbroken but for their voices. tance ; blending strangely with the mock- and more reckless and ferocious. Eve-

t .'', I, t first purpose. The hand may be withheld that revolver does. is not on equal terms with him Suddenly, out, of that silence, a low, cau-' ing laugh. ry man's hand was against him and in the
;r ':?i '1 from the stain of blood for a time while all tious noise rose, sounding strangely like a Don't blaspheme: ," hecried, with a saucy scuffle that ensued, while he struggled to
", v:';, .J goes on smoothly ; but when danger thick- He was not sorry, therefore when, on whistle in the distance. unconcern. It does no good, and I hear break through the line of his captors he was
I ens, or pursuit grows hot, or when greed looking around, lie observed a horse The Major reined in his horse to listen as that my friends, the curfews, are not far off.I shot down, thus escaping the gallows, which
t', '( :i ;: I cannot be satisfied without violence, the man approaching from the direction of the the note died away. can bring them to my side in a minute. otherwise had surely awaited him.-FromBelgravla.
e. ::;. a crime of theft is soon allied with that of very township he had just quitted and as "I say !f" he ,cried; sharply. "What's But I prefer to do things quietly. I must I .
: .f i f':' J s 1 murder. "Ce n'estque le premier pas qui the stranger drew nearer he perceived the that? Eh? Any fear of Black Robin and have your horse, you see, for I am hard up
y : latter to be of youthful and rather prepos- and must help myself. I'll have to trouble
: It's
;1" J conte. his gang of rascals in these parts? AN EXPLANATION.-The delicate, floweryand
. : 4 1 ;!j But Black Robin still stood on the brink sessing appearance. His dress, though dusty lonely enough for anything." you, too, for that suit of clothes of yours. lasting fragrance of Floreston Cologne
:' -. j. : 't of that fatal rubicon of blood, which he and travel-stained, was much in fashion and Mr. Robertson who had not appeared to They're very nice, and mine are sadly the explains why it is such a favoritewith the-
t' .1\ 1 t i would surely cross some day, and thus half material as gentlemen wear. His horse a notice the sound, stopped, too, at his com- worse for wear. ladies.
r ,I. i conscious admiration of his boldness mingled thoroughbred bore the marks of fatigue, but panion's words, and;1 both looked intently in What depths of humiliation may await
: .: J r t still with the associations of terror that the rider sat him with an easy grace, which the direction whence it had come. Only the even the brave in this changeful life. The WHY SHOULD THEY ?-No man or woman
.'S. : clung to his name. His exploits were in rendered his jaded condition less apparentthan leaves rustled gently in the faint breeze that Major looked helplessly around, but there can do satisfactory work when the brain is
" \ ', i ) t( every man's mouth, and his astonishing activity it would have been under manage- scarcely stirred them. was no possibility of escape. It was fatally dull, the nerves unsteady, the system relaxed
of ,: : 'f I gave people enough to talk of. One ment less skillful. He raised his hat slightly Pshaw !f" he said, unconcernedly. It's true that there was nothing to be done but and they feel generally wretched. Why
1 tt E day it was the mail coach with its freight of to greet Major :Mornington, and was passing nothing. A curfew: screaming, perhaps.You to submit, or die by the felon's hand.It should anybody drag through tLeir work in
I If<1"'.... ,.;: passengers and treasure that had been at slowly onward when the latter spoke in respons'e are not used'.to the wild bush sounds is a fine thing to die on the field of bat- this condition, when a bottle of Parker's
4 t" ; i It i tacked. Every man had been mulcted of to his salute. yet." tle, fighting for home and country, with Ginger Tonic will at a moderate cost give
.' { t his watch and purse, while the lady travel- You have the advantage of me, sir," he.. I could swear it was a whistle, though. thousands of spectators to watch your gallant them the strength and will to perform their
I".I': !' I ij ers had escaped scot free, with reassuring exclaimed. I have not" the pleasure of remembering -I And the Major strained his eyes again, to deed, and to hand down your name as duties satisfactorily.
:... ,I words from the captain of the gang. Another your face. see whether he cQuld detect anything human a glorious inheritance to admiring posterity; -- -
. :, : ,;. I day the police in pursuit of them were He felt lonely, or possibly he would not that might ;be moving among the at least, we try to think so when the necessity Iron in a colorless state and Peruvian bark,
"' "j ,P i 't E surrounded and disarmed in a bloodless fray. have troubled himself to speak to a stran- gaunt white tree-stumps, which stood like comes. But to be shot down like a dcg combined with well known aromatics make
t t \ 1 And again-boldest of all-six stalwart fellows ger. But people who are newly arrived in a ghosts here and there, stretching out their by the hand of a common robber, and to" be Brown's Iron Bitters the best medicine
r'f, ;: : k in short black masks who could be country, and are introduced to an entirely scathed and leafless branches, among the l left lying, all unhonored and unsung, ina known.
i: i"' !E none other than Robin's troop, had intruded fresh set of acquaintances all at once, as the waving fern fronds and the solemn verdure lonely forest dell, to become the prey of
.' :.i\ l ;: at a harvest dance, where they had levied Major had recently been, naturally find it overhead. : the fierce dingo and wild, carrion crow !- BOOTS AND SHOES.
: f.. blackmail on the men and with insolent difficult to identify them at first. He did Mr. Robertson, }perceiving his uneasiness, it were a wanton waste of life.
i, r audacity had spun round the room in a not possess the happy royal" faculty of drew out a pistol from his breast, and fireda So the Major deemed-and deemed wisely,
, "i i : ". 1 i dance with the prettiest of girls, before they recognition, and was, therefore, often perplexed i random shot. no doubt under the circumstances. With TIRE NEW STORE.
t .1 it I vanished again into the night and darknes, by the effusive cordiality with whichhe "There," he cried merrily, as he exam- deep, but impotent anger raging in his
'I i t t ; f swiftly as they had come, none knew whence was greeted by persons whose individuality ined his weapon and replaced it. "That breast he was fain, nevertheless, to make
: i or whither. It was too bad. Every one he rainly strove to recollect. Thus, it will frighten away.any danger that may be outward submission, which: was doubly gall :J3 I W. F. WOOD, Jr., Sc
, waited in trembling expectation, wondering caused him no surprise to find that the lurking in the air." ing to his pride, when he remembered his
i 'I what would happen next. young man, whom he did not rememberever The sharp report echoed through the still- vain-glorious speech of the morning.
,.. i :. When the district magistrates met: again to have seen before, appeared to know ness of the forest solitudes, and frightened a Slowly and sullenly he proceeded to divest > {{ Proprietor, } E:;
on their next court day, after this last and him quite well. flock of great white cockatoos, which had himself of one garment after another,
't'', I impudent achievement, a long and anxious No? replied the stranger in a cheery been taking an afternoon nap on one of the while the bushranger, having tied the
l\; '; debate was held as to the measures which voice, "I dare say you do not. But I have tall treetops at a little distance. They fluttered horses by the bridle to a low stretching C> Cr >
,. r, 1 should be adopted for the capture of the seen you on the bench, Major Mornington.Our their wide :wings with a whirring branch, coolly did the same, never, how-
"", gang. public men are easy to recognize, you sound and flew away. Clouds were creep- ever, for a moment, relaxing his cautious
q. : "l Much indignation was expressed at the know." ing up on the horizon, and the wind: which watch of his victim's movements. :Ii:
pusillanimity of the men in general, and of True, true!1" said the Major graciously, had suddenly risen, was swaying and rocking I want a new suit badly," hesaid cheer-
the police in particular, by persons who had for he liked to feel that he belonged to the the branches of the old trees, whose fully, as he examined each article in turn.
:, ,. been lucky enough hitherto to escape any circle of notable ones, whom everybody gray cloud mantle.spread; foyer thesun, Mine was good enough in its day, but I S S
chance of encounter with the bushrangers. knows. Hitherto,while dwelling in crowded and obscured the radiance of the day. The have taken the shine out of it,, and besides, ANDS
' t No one reprobated their conduct more forcibly cities, when he was but a unit among vast scene had become singularly dreary, and it is a trifle too well known by this time.
,irs' than the magistrate, Major Mornington, numbers, that proud consciousness had not the Major felt an :eerie sense of loneliness.Not Don't trouble yourself to remove the pock- Sr
Y 1 who, accustomed to the more expeditious come much within his experience. One so his companion, whose spirits seemedto etbook, Major," (detecting dexterous and
r course of justice in the long-settled countries likes to be a great man, even though it be rise with the wind. ineffectual attempts on the part of the latter
of the Old World was not disposed to but in a limited circle. The deferential Come away 1" he cried, gaily. There'sa to conceal it.) "It will come in fine and H
f make sufficient allowances for the difficulties manner in which the stranger had addressedhim storm brewing. We had better get on. handy for me."
i i i attending its administration in wide, favorably, and as he looked more Let's see whether: ((there's a canter left in When the exchange of clothes had been
P r. : sparsely-populated districts. closely at him, he thought the companionship this jaded beast. : effected, and the bushranger stood arrayedin C> C>
r f The sympathy that crime meets with in of this young and powerfullymademan So saying, he clapped his spurs to the the Major's fresh well made suit, he
t t. this country is scandalous," he exclaimed, might be both safer and more enter- horse's side, and they plunged deep into the glanced at himself with keen satisfaction,
p I with vehemence. It is a blot and a dis- taining than a lonely ride of some eighteen forest. and nimbly leaping on the other's horse, C:>: {{ Fernandina, (} E:;
;: t grace to the community. The police, I'll miles through the forest ranges to his home. :Major Mornington did not find the speed raised his hat with mock courtesy.
; U f! ; swear, are in league with these blackguards, Which way are you going?" he asked, altogether convenient, for the ground was "Good-by !1" he cried ; "I must not hopeto
or they are all cowards. It's a crying shame therefore when they had interchanged a rough and uneven, but was fain to follow meet you again, for I fear the meeting E3 { Cor. Centre & Third. }} SpfrTllE
4 ; that a'gang like that should thrive amongst few commonplaces. his leader. He was not yet an experiencedbush would not be pleasant for either of us ; not
; 1 us, and that their necks should have escaped "To X-," replied his new acquaintance traveler, and his pilot, the sun, having for me, certainly. Let me hope you bear no
3 '. the halter so long." naming a township a couple of miles retreated behind the clouds, he would have malice. We fellows must help ourselves as NEW STO1tE.Commissioner's .
t Yes ; very true replied an older colonist beyond Major Mornington's farm. felt great difficulty in knowing what direc- we can:'
r y very composedly ; "but we are doing I "Why, that's close to my section/' he tion to take had he been alone, for the track He pointed out the direction the Major Sale.By .
i ,i ; : our best to catch them. And fellows like said, in a tone of satisfaction. "Are you had not yet reappeared, and the tall grasses should take in order to recover the track.
i1, i : t these are confounded difficult to get hold settled there?" and thick, scrubby undergrowth made pro- Finally, as he was riding away, he turned VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE
J i tt : of." No, I am only going to visit at B-," gress rather perplexing. back as if by an after-thought and drawingout Hon. H. J. Baker, County Judge of
t' l By George! I wish I had the chance of naming the station of some wealthy sheep I say, you might have chosen clearer his revolver, threw it down on the :Nassau County, Florida I will sell to the
-' "t i < coming face to face with them. I'd make farmers in the neighborhood. I am well ground for your canter," he cried. Pull ground where the Major stood, speechlesswith highest bidder, in front of the CourtHousedoor
; short work with Master Robin and his crew, acquainted with the various families in the up a bit, can't you, until we get into the mortification and futile rage. of Nassau County, on the first Mondayin
< j i! if they were to cross my pat,). Lord to district, and they all know me pretty well- open ?" There !1" and he laughed again. You July A. D. 1883 the following real estate
r think of those young fellows allowing the at any rate by name. We have all heardof They were now in a deep, dark dell, can have it now, for it has done its work to- belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Brad-
i : robbers to take their partners from them each other at least, even though we do where prickly shrubs and taU' ferns grew day. It may be useful to you, in case you dock, deceased, situate, lying and being in
f What stuff are your young men made of not know each other personallr. in these thickly, and a range of low hills shut out.' meet some of my fellows by the way. AndI the county of Nassau and State of Florida,
here?" small circles of society you see, he added, the distant view. don't mind telling you now-it isn't load- described as follows : Forty acres of the
You forget that they were unarmed, with a pleasant smile. "Ay, ay," returned the other briskly, and ed. I shot off the last barrel to let the boys Francis Wood Grant, which said forty acres
and the bushrangers carried a revolver "Well, we may as well ride together, as with sudden movement he reined in his know where I was. and there was only a are bounded on the East by Section fifteen
; apiece," said the other magistrate quietly. ,we are going the same way," the Major said, horse and sprang to the ground. flash of powder in that, so it wouldn't hurt. ((15)), and on the North by lands of the Florida -
Tut-tut Want of pluck-want of with some condescension, for he felt that he Stay," he said, as he looked at the Major Point it well and look dangerous. That answers Railroad Company, and on the West by
; pluck !" sneered the Major. "All thieves was conferring an honor on the young man. ; stay, your :saddle girth is unloosed.Let all the purpose, quite as if it were I the main run of Sunuuerlin branch ; all m
are cowards at heart. Show them a bold ,That is, if it is agreeable to you." me fasten it for vou." leaded, and. is much less risky for the neck. Section forty-two ((42)), Township two ((2)),
front and they will fly from you." Most happy, if my horse can keep up With these words he was at the head of Hahar 1 North of Range twenty-five ((25)) East.
I I I doubt that, if the thief has a loaded with yours, sir. But that is doubtful for the horse. "You impudent scoundrel began the Sold for distribution. Purchaser to pay
I pistol and you have none," remarked another he is pretty nearly done up, poor beast." The Major alighted, too, and stood beside irate Major, as he darted forward in the vain for titles.
I of the party. But we will wish you You young fellows are too apt to take: it him in another minute. hope of arresting the bushranger. You" J. JU EDWARDS,
better success than we have had hitherto, out of your cattle, and especially in this What do you mean, sir?" he asked, in But the words fell on the empty air. The Commissioner.
i Major Mornington ; and I, for one. shall be country and climate," said Major Morning- some surprise.


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there is the Douglas rose, similar to the AND BUILDER, SHINGLES -
Jacqueminot, but smaller and entirely with- ,

The bride's favorite rose is the Cornelia DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF Every Steamer
Cook. It h i a pure white, as pure as snow
from heaven, and is perfect, each petal clos- ALL SIZES. PAINTS, OILS, ETC.,
Post Office
about the other to shield it. Box 174. Cor. Second
ing as though and Centre Sts.. -
These are generally mingled with lilies of jan4 Fernandina, Fla: -AT" FERNANDINA, FLA. "' ,

the valley. The Blush rose everybody is ......-- .
familiar with, and the beautiful yellowy- LOUIS A. C. LANGE, FRED W. HOYT & CO'S, -

pink tea-rose with its odd perfume. The SECOND STREET Near Centre. COLLINS & CO.
Baroness de Rothschild rose is one of the UPHOLSTERER -) HARTFORD
most imposing and is exceedingly effective ,
for decorative purposes. It is very large, as Foot of Centre Street, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS Established
large as a small cabbage-head, and grows FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. 1826.MANUFACTURERS ,
tall on its stem. It is of a delicate pink Furniture repaired in the best manner.
color and opens wide. There are some few Hair Mattresses made to order at short
trees in this country on which grow black notice. 36 We invite your attention to ourGlassware

roses, as black as ink, but perfect in form : .J';a '..',
and perfume.The DR. W. E. SNYDER, j-J. ):
most curious rose is the green rose. o Crockery 1 :r: ",:
The color of the rose is grass-green, and the 8 ,- 53 ., -
outer petals and stem are of a little deeper .
tint. Some one has talked of a blue rose, H : and offer our Goods in these, lines as low as ::'. G -'l' f.Y. :I i

but as the journalier has never seen one he 8 .xK = the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of H "J ",-
will venture to doubt.HOUSEHOLD. ) (J \ j
.=. very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, .:
z /
-- ---
; kt ...
... ,
HINTS. fiI I _- Dinner Sets, Lamp: etc., etc.; Tin .i
n rt Chamber Sets all colors ; ..
t1 ;; Wooden- :
A dish of value to a convalescent is made 1 v
by soaking all night after first washing ; fr ti\./ \
it- one heaping tablespoonful of tapioca i ia in OPERATIONS FIRST-CLASS; 20 years Housekeeping i OF -;.. .-..t..;.
charges reasonable. Setof ;
little sweet milk, say one cupful; in the ; i 11!: ;
morning heat this Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and
until you have a pint in all ; beat adding the yolksof every set warranted to fit or money refunded. FRED W. IIOYT & CO. Axes Hatchets : '

two eggs very light, stir in, and let come made. Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and Picks ; .;:
to a boil ; if the tapioca is not perfectly l softso entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand i
that it can be crushed like jelly with a advice free, and willingly given. 10 C. II. HtlOT AND ,
spoon, it is best to let it boil for two or three OTHER EXTRA QUALITY '

minutes; sweeten and flavor to suit the DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. TOOLS FOE FARMS t

taste of the one for whom it _is_ _intended.n_______. -nF.l__uu1 T.F.R .rwLII .. AND PLANTATIONS. K :
When it is done and has cooled so that it no EST.A.llLISILED 1875. Also FINE : ;
," longer steams, add the whites of the two =/ _: STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS ;. J. >"'

eggs which you have beaten to a stiff froth ; -- jCHANDLERY:' Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also
stir them in thoroughly; then put all in I I, Plowing Machines. q :
DRUGS and Farmers will receive .
glasses. MEDICINESIIORSEY I :. valuable information
catalogues, &c., .
I L by writing to the makers ,,: _:
If one likes sweetbreads at all, the salad .. t
made with them will be found very palata- Groceries, Hardware, COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St. New i s"::.;.,: (
l ble. Boil them until tender, then fry until & York. I1It.. ?
brown in butter, break in small bits with a CO., DRY GOODS, BOOTS ;AND SHOES, i
fork, and put them in lettuce ; this may be ',1'; lr.:
cut or torn, or sent to the table whole in a CUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF \ .;,J'
dish by itself, and sweetbreads be mixed I =I Second Street, I INDICESTION LOST APPETITE BILIOUSNESS; ,j' t,.- r.,
with the salad dressing; in either case the 1= a DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH, 3 a J.l. .:;
dressing should be made thus : The yolks of vie FERNANDINA, FLA. COSTIVENESS. ENLARGED SPLEEN COLIC &c. 'IH f ; _'
two eggs, two tablespoonfuls Ber.J.B.Grareo,Editor and Proprietor "Baptist." J. R.Johnson M, D., .
vinegar; ,one I Memphis Term Abbeville, Miss. Ang '! {
I *
BarB: receded a package L r ;;
of ,
heaping teaspoonful of mustard Centre Street I Liver your 1882 says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical ; -I.
rubbed FERNANDINA Medicine and hare used about half of it. Itj College and have practiced J
with oil until smooth ; a little I works like a charm.I want ne better Liver Regulator f lour medicine In practice.thirty-five years. I DM ,. ':'
sugar pepper |and certainly my It is not only a good ;
more of Zeilln's
and salt are also required. FERNANDINA FLORIDA mixture.. . Liver. Medicine but it is a.sovereign remedy fortlux. -1
Bey.E.A.Hans Franklin K*.I n' Rev.J.8. l 1 : f
I Every country gardener does not know I!clneihayeevertateolamrUfe.lt.Aag'82. It la msdl-l. I I -\.1, C .. ..' S C..Jan.'82 Beasley,s&ys: ,I of have Summerton used Zett- :i tw'.:I{ ; ,':
i how easily cultivated okra is {{STEAM ] { SAW l {MILL:} I :.R' -In'spreparationagreatdeaLbuttind 1 1
and to how { { } curing me of Dyspepsia.Send me Iii.M '
hand i.
constantly .
on fine your medicine
many dishes it is a wholesome addition. It KEEP of FRESH and PURE a assort-FOR- .. .... lilt.-: #v. ---iIt I another package.Ber.Must have it. -' '- ,-- ... i in its effect on the altogether system.The superior best. .... '?'i t

is chiefly used in soups ; it is mucilaginous, EIGN and DOMESTIC Ala., liverL 1882 Brlttaln,says: of I suffered BlonntsrUle with,I Tenn.Dr.S., Mansfield Wholesale Druggist, Memphis,j {
and makes excellent says Have sold it 30 --:11 predecessor i
an thickening for torpid and costiveness,and ; my 1
it is soup; C. H. H"UOT, PROPRIETOR ,medicine cured Tour sold it many years before me.That this medicine is a I ?. :
much liked in the South, and helps to I with admirable effect me.My-wife for sick-headache-1 has used it L good ODe.no one can deny;and that it is the true and :.
flavor the gumbo Drugs and eeoalne tmmona Liver Medicine' dare t; "
soup, a favorite dish of Chemicals none gainsayMEDIGIUI : I ,
that section. People learn to like okra Original Mi Only Genuine. !mb. 1810.1 -.: ;
when served as may it must be HAS constantly on hand Put up In 25c.and Jl.packages .'1' / f. :;:
asparagus; picked and bottles by \
and cooked while tender, as it is and Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, .I F
.. ,. woody___ ____ Lumber'b ;.F.SIMMQNS&CO.ST.LoM :
t.nn.- "O"! nnlnQQ....."" U""U.1',1." m.l.UC- --a-puu an IliUlUC- : : J Cargoes. :" ;r .
times salted and put away for winter use, as Proprietary and Fancy Goods, =:; .J.. ..1.ti I
we )put away cucumbers-a layer of salt, Office on Second Street. ;; vie

and then one of okra, and so on alternately.A FINE TOILET ARTICLES DR. ClARK JOHNSON'S +tj i 1

fancy dish of potatoes for tea is made I ,

by pressing mashed potatoes through a colander PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., WH L UL AN !
; let them lie lightly in the dish justas M TAIL.l
they fall, then set them in '
the oven to IN GREAT o INDIAN BLOOD SYRUPCures y
brown. They should be well seasoned with VARIETY. ((1f I

butter, pepper and salt before they are put P l O

through the colander. If you like potatoes .Jir Physicians' Prescriptions ; C? t 10
prepared in this way, it is a time-saving invention carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at M( I all diseases oi the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, 1 ifKidne.s

to have a'colander made for this reasonable pM i3 I Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its t
I urpose. Take an ordinary tin pan, and prices.DR. R. qi} I
have holes punched in the bottom of the efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and .J ;

size: you require; it will then take but a J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. A. B. NOTES pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Jlan. ;
few minutes to prepare a large dish. = o ; t/f: _

Fora nice and economical pudding, take PALMER BR O'SPHARMACISTS, R """ E .J 1 : '

thin slices of stale bread, butter them on DEALER IS-*r = GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. J
both bides, cover the bottom of i
a pudding '' ., .1 efP .
dish '' '' '' +- Trade Mark.Laboratory. :
with them, and spread jam of any kind '' t rn,_ .
ij. ;
over them. Then add another layer, and so Family Supplies, O AG-ENTS W-ANTED iIt 'I
on until the dish is full. Have a thin layerof :J i::>
buttered bread on the top. Serve hot, 4' ll H( P 77 West Third St. New York
f ,
with cream or with a custard made of a HEAVY GROCERIES, City. Druggists sell it. .'. ;
.. .. .
pint of milk, of : 11'I .
one cup sugar and two eggs. Centre Street .1': '
near Depot '
Flavor the custard with any extract which sHay CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881. ::,:
will be Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and short '
in harmony with the jam.A and a trial of your 1.1;; ;
Grain Indian Blood
FERNANDINA Syrup completely cured them.
cheap dessert is made by boiling two FLORIDA. C 'I 00 LlA. _____ __ u ,
large !. ,I CDi .v .Kl'1J I t; (JA TI..ER.
spoonfuls of sago in nearly a quart of
> ..
water; add, when boiling, the peel of one 1 a*ABSOLUTELY PURE -13 H SHIP STOR S,- i 0 IDO'W'S: :
l lemon; put in a little muslin bag add a lit- 10 UIMMSIBLEr&CO. :
tle grated nutmeg; before taking from' the DOMESTIC AND : : L!
!, fire remove the muslin bag; then add three IMPORTED Furniture I Is JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS n
eggs and a little salt; put in a pudding dish ,
, and let it bake for half an hour ; serve with DRUGS AND CHEMICALS = ; GO NOT [: TURNIP
sauce or with sugar and cream. H Stoves'; but contains ALCOHOLIC all the medicinal EXTRACT-, .
The best cookie-tin is simply a piece of rn of the finest Jamaica ,
Standard Patent Medicines Ginger Root. It
sheet iron [Paints, ,; I
size of the bottom of the oven. is very pleasant to take, and
Have the edges turned over slightly, so that O Crockery, : ::F

the iron will not lie flat on the bottom of -I| Fancy TOILET Articles C, ; y CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, :, 'SEED ?
the I-j
oven. Cut a round hole at one end, so Hardware,
that it !may be easily taken from the oven rr OD ... COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC, aNEW

by putting a fork in and dwing it out; PERFUMERY WiBO' -Ware. fcP DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, I ( CROP !READ Yi t
and this is useful also to hang the iron up i IN JULY l i

by. LUDIN'S EXTRA.CTS, etc. ,...,.. :: PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, |! Send for(|'CATALOCUE& PRICE LIST. r y,.

m There is no plant more pleasing to the eye o I ; pd and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat- j HIRAM SIB LEYt& CO. .
the ,
garden than a bell-pepper plant, and i -S ing the Stomach and Bowels into i. a
W a healthy > ROCHESTER
two or three of these will yield enough of ;SJ- Especial and careful attention paidto .... action. Sold by N.Y. CHICAGO ILL.
; c79.183MAIH!
the green peppers to make a nice little jar PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by O P PALMER BRO'S STREET. 200-206 Randolph I s

of pickles. The filling, if made exactly as an experienced Druggist. M : Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. ,; -
you make chopped pickles; excellent. A : To Rent. ''
few seeds dropped in the hot bed or a few ;? )IR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep 3 I M Jl2r"'Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA j The property: known as Sanborn's fi>tores. .. +'
plants purchased, will well for the over the store and will respond to.all calls Apply for particulars to r
trouble. repay at night 51 rrieena Low u tn Loweat i without GINGER: ALE, the only Ginger Ale made Fernandina A. B. ong.:

.. p ppeI. 22 July 15tf.THE -

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11 U: :', r .. to.If THE FLORIDA :MIRROR. lawful meansor, unlawful means will be resorted -1 EDITORrALCORRESPONDENOE.&:: of this cargo let it be supposed that it is 1 I distance to the east. Thus a superficial 1141

loaded in I
4 to. 2,566 cars that would be requiredto canal whose summit level or feeder would
al transport it by rail, and with the 102 locomotives be at the
One is certain modes of could be carried
H ; thing very our THE .COMMENCEMENT SEASON-THE COUNTRY east and
.1. M w.:: SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1883. % and tenders that would be necessary west over a surface of one hundred
;, ., criminal procedure must be simplified, and BEAUTIFUL-: ISLAND-WATEBINQ and
.R 1 'J :CONEY to haul them, the train would cover a twenty miles by means of embankments

l rim;1 t: } NEW YORK NEEDS DEEPER WATER made more efficient. Our boasted trial by PLACES-NIAGARA, ETC. track nearly eighteen miles long. The num- from one to twenty feet in height or a mean
'. is of chance ber of men employed on the tow does not height of twelve
-- THE HARBOR QUESTION jury becoming a mere game June 20 1883. some feet and would be
: : : ,
} exceed 25 while than 600 would be
f i*iIT I. more only limited in its width by the
with the chances in favor of capacity of
*j : {,,; :1r CONSIDERED. very decidedly The month of Tune is the commencement employed on the trains. The Williams carried 1 the feeder.. This canal carried on aqueductsacross

i .:; :M The members of Congress from the State the criminal if he has money, friends or in- season-which i ili American for the closing this tow the distance of 1,350 miles, i all intervening streams, with locks at

fluence. No one has confidence in the con- and delivered it at New Orleans a week either end could, unquestionably, be
season-of the schools and builtas
t in
j f.1 I' of New York have taken a leading part colleges, girls' after
departure. It would have been impos- cheaply mile as first-class
viction of murderer if of his per a railroad
f' : I .. f'; t a' the last Congress in voting against the River a or boys' schools of;the country. They graduate sible for one of the railroads to have deliv- with its rolling-stock and depots.In .

; I'i:! l(\/ f.' and Harbor Bill. The grounding, within eventualpunishment. We have been so or quituate Another Americanism ; examinations ed the same cargo within two weeks. The all places where aqueducts, or bridges,

1!: ifiK: fl the last few days, of two large steamers at careful of the rights of the prisoner that we are closed with public exercises, floating property comprising the tow' was to carry the canal across rivers, would be
either allow him to select his own jury, or worth at Louisville $125,000. The value of built, unlimited supplies of limestone
a' harbor will orations are
the of New York medals and dis-
;) entrance probably essays, :diplomas, stock alone
rolling which would be
t. necessary found
of shell
1 such or masses to convert into
}I ,<':F.' ,:." ti modify their views and create a renewed put incompetent, if not corruptible tinctions. It isla; time of supreme impor- to carry the cargo by rail would be sev- mlie.

t: : : interest in harbor improvements especially material upon it, that skillful advocates can tance to the youth of the country time eral millions of dollars." In this day when capital is abundant and

r : for money to be spent in deepening the New secure either an acquittal or failing that, looked back to, Oftentimes, as the pleasant- The coal run of the Ohio in 1882 was seeking investment, there is no enterprise
f: Jf'-Jf'j J'J t what is equally safe, a mistrial.It est 4,185,185 bushels, and that of 1883 will exceed within the knowledge of your writer which
York channel. period of their lives.
"i : :, \ has become whether the Friendships this. To transport this 1,350 miles of would give such certain and large dividendson
1 ,; :: ::: The cause of the grounding of these vessels a question jury to be eternal are formed; social life in rail would require, it is calculated, 32,000cars capital invested.

t r I '1: :ii : is said to be attributed, not to the shoal- system has not become altogether a failure, its most attractive form, with all its pleasures and 600 engines, with a force of 3,900 Even supposing and admitting a ship

t '. .H' .; ing of the bar, but to the increased size and which needs to be amended or abolished.The and few of its pains or penalties, is enjoyed men while to deliver the same by river canal across the peninsula as tm fait accompli -
., ; would. require 6 tow boats 156 boats, 48 its
old of be competition with the barge canal
safeguard requiring jurors to
: ,,3 t consequent draught of steamers. This increase ; and the pleasure going home for barges and 150 men ; the capital investedin would very little affect the latter, even in
? i
i '" : l : in size has been for several freeholders has been removed, and it is not good for the rolling stock rail alone $8-
; : t: : going on hardly compensates the farewellsand by being i. the most prosperous view of the fortunes of
} tL :'lJ Iti. I'f Z years, and it is believed has not reached its en uncommon circumstance in a criminal the sadness of saying good-bye to all 000,000 while that by the river would be the former. But should disaster befall the
trial to see property-holder or $750,000, to say nothing of the wear and tear precarious and expensive jetties of the Mississippi -
every personof that
f f1 ,:,): ..f maximum. There are now but two entrances I pleasant social life. of 1,350 miles of rail on the one hand and or a foreign war supervene the ship

i' i: t: !\q: j which will admit vessels of thirty more than ordinary intelligence challenged June and October are the two most the costless transit of the river on the other. canal would be useless for all commercial
'i 4 and Norfolk. The off from the jury by the lawyers for beautiful The above statistics, in substance, are while the
.f. \:\' 14, : feet draught-Newport period of the year at the North. purposes, barge canal would be-
admit of the defence.In The fresh taken from the Herald of May 16, and are come more than ever a commercial and national -
.; "r -: i t : ports south of Norfolk will not growth of the trees, the bright doubtless
correct. necessity.-Robert Gamble in Savannah
civil suits references and arbitrationsare
; '. ,. Jr; twenty feet.Engineering. green meadows; the full streams, and the Now, though knowing not what the rela- News.

.i : f'.. g :; ./ science seems to have ascertained getting to be very common to avoid the bright skies, give a charming look to the tive cost of freight for like distances be-

)j ; : _i methods of deepening the shallow incompetency of juries. Criminal judges, country, so far as the traveler in our modern tween these two modes of transportationwould THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE.
i be, yet, analyzing the above statis-
1 ., p ). : :!t. bars on our coast. Baltimore, by the work already sand in cities and dense communities, cars is enabled to see it. Of the towns tics, we have points as interesting as theyare

.tMii! :i done in her harbor, has been enabled to try decide causes. Three intelligent, he can see very' little in passing through suggestive. DOUBTS OF THE PRACTICABILITY OF THE

+, t i. .1): secure a very large share of the foreign learned men of high character, sitting as a them. Apart from the fact that the rail Taking the above "tow," J. B. Williams, STRUCTURE.

rI ." .t t I =, grain trade, and several lines of steamers court of appeal, now decide many criminalcases. roads generally enter the most disreputable as ating our, it unit costs, we to find move that the, exclusive Ohio coal of in oper-one Now that the fire-works have all gone off,

:. .f:.i f l, now run regularly from her docks to foreign portions of thertown, the track is usually week 1,350 miles by water an expenditurein the fizz speeches made, and New York is
l :: ;*j Savannah is also in It might be found best to supersede the lined business end up again, the utility of the
,h'f ports. gaining rapidly on both sides by solid trains of freightcars equipage representing $750,000 while to
f -;j her foreign shipping while New Orleans unsatisfactory jury system by a commissionof in the move the same by rail would involve, to $15,000,000 Brooklyn Bridge becomes a sub-
f t' ;L i r w ; walling traveler from all obser- ject which may be thought of. There ;is a
of the and tear
nothing 1,3.50miles
, i.: }. \ l has,already become the second port in the criminal judges. The demagogue would vation of the towns or their peoples.Thewateringjilaceshavejustbeen. say of rail and the wear relative interest on on the great population in Brooklyn, which doing
no doubt, oppose any change in the sacred business in New York, is compelled to cross
r 34} ; United States for the shipment of grain opened, capital represented by the cost of the road,
.' -i 1 abroad. The increased commerce of these system of trial by jury, and hence any but it is not yetrfashionable, to go to them, an outlay in motive power alone of $8,000- the East which river will at make least the twice a day. Any
r means trip more con-
is to be It wouldbe 000 or more than ten times the in
change hardly expected. capital
I 'f. ;f : '; three cities is owing to the improvement in i so that there are as yet but few visitors. venient to this crowd of workers would bea

f : .; t. 1, the depth of their channels and harbors, i equally difficult no doubt, to raise the Coney Island-]i the general designation for equipage alone. blessing even at fifteen millions of dollars.
of One of the troubles Now, by means of the canal the J. B. Williams Whether the bridge will do this is
qualifications jurors. conjec-
.t j allowing the ingress of vessels of large size. Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach, etc.- could bring her freight within three tural.

r .f It is not so very long since a large part of about any reforms of this kind lies in the has become the: most popular resort about days more to an Atlantic port say Fernan- The bridge is not a success yet. In min-

; .r -L the cotton received at Savannah and New. influence of demagogues.If New York. It has very few attractions in i dina, or in as many more days could reachas ing parlance it is only a "fair prospect."

',' 'i Orleans was shipped coastwise to New York i criminal proceedings cannot be im- itself Large hotels and broad verandas givea many more of the seaports of the South Already it has proved to be too hot in sum-
proved and the enforcement of law is weak Atlantic-Savannah, Charleston, Wilmington mer, and there is no doubt whatever but
t.J t. where it was reshipped for Europe. This is pleasant resting-place and the cool sea- -and with such an inland navigation that it will be too cold in winter for pedes

: 'i. no longer the case, and now not only the and ineffectual, there will throughout the breezes make a grateful contrast to the heat.; thus far completed, it would speedily be trians. Ordinarily a bridge is the most con-

,: t l' I ;', cotton of the South, but the grain of the North as well as elsewhere, be inaugurateda ed atmosphere Qf the city. But still it has prolonged to the waters of the Chesapeake. venient means of crossing water but this is

: West is being shipped direct from Southern system of popular trials, sometimes called broad beach Intersecting this line of navigation at right not an ordinary case. To prevent interfering -
(, no )like that of Amelia Beachno angles. rivers and railroads debouching at it is
with navigation, necessary to place
4 i 1.: ports to all parts of the world; while New l lynch law, whenever the crime is of an unusually pleasant drives; only that eternal row of Gulf and Atlantic ports would empty these the structure high in the air and make it a

f ". .. I, 1 .. York is agitating the question as to how to atrocious character, and popular hotel tables, and unsheltered benches down floating argosies and carry their freights directly mile and a quarter long.
I sentiment is aroused. This state of thingsis into an interior capable of absorbing The who are expected to be the
:: !. W :, retain her present commerce. She has by the water-side. Everything seems forced persons
; them and replacing them with freights for patrons of the bridge have been in the habitof
to be lamented and should be obviated.It .
! i ;, already made her canals free, but this only and unnatural; the flowers, the grass and their homeward voyage. using ferry boats, which run from central

tj .' f 1 .,t lessens the cost of transportation during the is a bad thing to have mob law supersede the shrubbery seem only to exist by com- These points admitted as to the single points in New York to streets all along the

1't,''I, I : .I..; I.: summer months : she has to contend still statute law, and men constitute themselves pulsion. The gimcrack style of hotel arch- item of the coal trade of the Ohio, it follows water front from Hamilton avenue to the j
that the is relative the total
same true to northern limits of side
in the heat of Brooklyn on one
i' against the icy fetters which close herM judges passion to enact not itecture with little
; 'f l' up prevails, to please the export of the Mississippi and its tributaries, and New York on the other. The rates are

: t' : j f canals and lake transportation. justice but vengeance. Good men now are eye. In fact, all you can say about it is thatit including coal, grain, iron etc. But whenwe low, the highest being three cents, and passengers -
1 averse to sitting on juries, and seek every come to calculate the total cost of mov- have comfortable seat.
rl '/ \ : In the next and succeeding Congresses, is cool, and the going down by boat pleas generally a
ing this vast tonnage, we shall be justifiedin On the Fulton which is
excuse for avoiding this duty. This is all if ferry, probablymost
will clamor for ant, not too crowded. Nature has done
! ; her representatives large
: : ; appropriations debiting the land transportation with at used, seventeen tickets are sold for
We cannot afford to have
i i'.i ri: ) .,: to deepen the harbor of the wrong. our juries for Fernandina Beach fifty times as muchas least the cost and repair of half the line of twenty-five cents. If these people desert

1 1+ / ,f .great metropolis. We trust this will be met made up of ignorant, incompetent or cor- for Brighton.and Coney Island. road or roads over which it is carried, and the ferry boats they will have to walk to

'J;i j. I rupt men.TVH.T. Niagara is always beautiful. Its hotels though this would doubtless represent an the end of the bridge in either city, which
1 i by a demand for equal aid to our Southern are
t 41 ., ) interest of say 8 per cent. on more than may be presumed to be as far from their
{;< :';, : :t 1 \ 1 points, which are now becoming of very TRANSPORTATION DOES. comfortable, and a good deal of pleasant $200,000,000 it will be sufficient for the purpose places of business as the ferry slips, and pay

; U '!E' great importance as ports of transshipment out-door life can be bought. Nature is sold of this article to assume it to be the one cent to walk the mile and a quarterover

;. '1 i always open, nearer to the Pacific coast and I Rivalship in agricultural productions, on at Niagara ; it lives on tolls. Seeing means half of the above, or $8,000,000. Thus we the bridge, or when the cars get to run-
: q the part of the South especially in the have as the elements for a calculation of ning five cents to ride.
i'f-'t: tt h:1:: enabled to make lower rates of .porta- ducts of the is to be felt pro- paying. Apart from your hotel bills, whichare relative freights the cost of competing equipage Most of the people are poor, to whom the

:". q ; tion"to Europe. garden, likely very as much as:at other watering places, you the cost and repair of the artificial money it costs to get to and from home
severely at the North. Truck growing and toll take. To out channel the railroad and the free river, or day is considerable Is it
step to a object.
f 1 :ii r.t j A Harbor Bill which shall contain the pay every you go every
l,: the raising of the small fruits is increasing Goat Island 50 cents to under the fall of about one, to twenty, in favor of the likely they will as a rule pay as much to
amount of for the ; go ,
1; appropriation
; '
i necessary
; c river and canal which means that much
: walk over the bridge as to ride in a ferry
wonderfully all through the Southern States.
.It I .l'"?, 'l important harbors on our whole coast can $1; to cross the suspension bridge and back, more in the pockets of the producer who boat? If they do this the bridge will be a

: ,f dl., ., .f and ought to. be framed upon such equal Cincinnati lies 350 miles due north of Chat- 50 cents; to go into the park, 25 cents; to ships by the canal rather than by the road. success. When some system of car traffic is
J-: tanooga. It has hitherto furnished an excel the Nor is even this great difference in his favor arranged by which people can be carried to
tr and liberal be see burning spring-a sulplmreted hy-
principles as to unobjectionable. -
}. f ; lent market for a large population in its all that is gained by the shipper. different points in Brooklyn for a street car
natural well-50 cents etc. The tollsto
'S., .i \ It has never been contended that the vicinity engaged in gardening and fruit drogen The line of the proposed canal passes fare, the structure may be more universallyused
": '1: t. ;t improvement of our coast harbors was not see the various views amount, together, directly through portions of four Gulf but it is almost a sure proposition that

' '; 1' f: '! A proper and judicious .use of the public growing. The Cincinnati Southern Railroadnow to $6.50 for each person. Paterfamilias with States, intersected at intervals by rivers and it will never pay interest on the cost if there

; '" J I .r It has been the unlimited insertion enables the truck farmers around Chat- his family of six naturally groans. If he railroads coming down from interior States, is no improvement on the present arrange-
f\ moneys. tanooga to supplant the home producer and and when the Atlantic is reached it will virtually ments. In New York what does not pay is
; : ,, ,. J in the River and Harbor Bill of works rides, he pays liberally-and he will gener- be extended by inland navigation not a success. It is certain that a great rev

It'''. \" I of no public importance the petty creeks to place his fruits and vegetables in the mar- ally ride to get rid of importunity. But along the Atlantic front of Florida, Georgia, enue will be derived from wagons. Generally .
( kets of Cincinnati within fifteen hours from for deal of the Jarqlinas and Virginia whose rivers and it will be more convenient to take .
'i : 11 t and inland streams. of value only to local Niagara repays a great annoy-
1 ,l k ': f'a the time they are gathered, and at least three ance. The eternal flow of the rushing flood roads, also intersecting at right angles, will, teams across the bridge than over the ferries -
.i. : '1 personal interests, which has brought and this traffic is that the
r. I 1 1i weeks in advance of the maturing of the with those of the Gulf, carry these Western so enormous
:i j : discredit on the bill. and the grand cataract belittle everything products through their commercial arteries tolls will be heavy.

.: : i E: ". Florida is now prominently before the same fruits and vegetables on the banks of which man does and we feel like despisingour directly to the consumer, thus reducing to a There is another matter in which the

1 .., I in connection with the proposed the Ohio. During the month of May straw- race when we see the army of parasites minimum the expense transfer from pro- Brooklyn Bridge is singular. Its running
; country,
) ducer to will be heavy. Ordinarily when a
berries were shipped from Chattanooga to consumer. expenses
II' ; ship canal and barge canal, as a short line which live off this great spectacle. A well- Having thus touched upon some of the bridge is built the only cost is for repairs.
Cincinnati at the rate of hundred thou
t II; from the valley of the Mississippi. Dee ) one dressed man in uniform,on thebrinkof Niagara advantages resulting to the citizens of the but in the case of the great Brooklyn span

}. :, -i' harbors on her Atlantic coast are an indisPensable sand quarts per week. soliciting you to buy four photos of the great valley, derivable from so grand and there is a large corps of policemen to sup-
The rich alluvial lands along the Tennessee economical a highway for their commerce port. Their services have been proven tobe
for is .
r ? ; i t feature in the carrying out of these suspension bridge a quarter, disgusting.The and most disastrous occasions.
demonstrating to capitalists the valueof necessary on
river give advantage to the fruit
j; I ? 4' plans. The large product of Florida in tropical every State of New York and Canada have in investment in such an enterprise it may Probably by giving greater accommodations

11..i !J fruits and early vegetables necessitate and truck growers, which quick transportation contemplation the buying up the private be well to say something for the consideration to foot passengers, who will always be likelyto
; now enables them to take advantage of. interests which now take toll on Niagara of the latter class relative to the cost crowd the bridge on holidays and other
vessels of size ,
i, x ;; : I speedy transportation! by large The great railway corporations are and character of the proposed canal. special occasions, this expense can in part
and making it grand park on both sides of
I a
W.,' 'r r' ;" 't:1 from her own ports. Now, not pretending to speak from data be done away with.
: :. nizing this growing trade, and special trains, the river, free from the exactions of the toll- The from tolls show falling
j: .t' : We trust our Senators and Representativeswill absolutely accurate, such as could only be receipts a steady -
.;k' be aided by those from other seaboard devoted to the carriage of fruits and vegeta- gatherers who make traffic of this sublimestof furnished by actual survey, yet from long off during the last two weeks, and travel
!; : bles, are placed on all the leading north and personal acquaintance with the country, has now fallen to its legitimate figures.
: the works of creation. If this
''t-t :';l:1" States and the valley of the Mississippi in south lines. Time is shortened delivery purposeis and some considerable experience in exca- There is one thing to be said. The bridge
.: 'securing a recognition of the importance of carried out, it will be a grateful restora- vation and embankment I can speak advisedly itself is one of the most magnificent, beau-
''fj.fi : hastened, and the whole business systema- tion to the of what should tiful and structures in the world.
, \. :'I our seaports and their claims for liberal apt people never and with approximate accuracy, ofa graceful
i : Our port can readily be tized. Of course Florida will derive great have become private property. F. considerable portion of the proposed line The great amount of money which it cost
{t< ::.i'P:I own advantage from this expeditious transportation. of canal lying within the State of Florida. seems to have been spent with great judgment
!h" }; :made equal to any other on the Atlantic Beginning at the eastern end of Choctaw- and taste and its engineers and builders :

,....I : ,;,..! coast, and the State of Florida should have A BARGE CANAL THE BEST. hatchie Bay, an e ccavation of about fifteen are entitled to that credit which the cre-
'11 ., Atlantic miles would connect it with the waters of ation of a thing of beauty should always
and if
: ; at least one ( two possible,)
St. Andrew's Bay, and a cut of eighteen bring.-Philadelphia Press.PostOffice .
tf 1 port able to receive the largest commercial BLOXHAAI. miles would connect this bay with Lake

; t l( '. ships. If New York needs more water, so It having been published that the incor- THE PROPOSED WATERWAY. Wimico, a deep bayou making into the Notice.
r "
""t ; -fJ; i do we. even more. porators of the Florida Ship Canal had Believing that your city in common with Apalachicola. These two cuts would be
'It' 1 taken every step in the matter with the all the cities of the Southern Atlantic and through a low flat country. The route Office Hours-From 8:00: A. M. to 7:00 P. M.
''t.t' Y, i -- the Northern Gulf coast have interest Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
advice and concurrence of Governor Blox- a deep thence passes through the mouth of the Ap-
,: 'J >* I WHEN LAW MISCARRIES VENGEANCE and should have a vital stake in this alachicola and St. Sound
"' }I/i/ I .. ham, a reporter of the Floridian called along George's to ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ;MAILS.
IS INVOKED. great enterprise, I cannot doubt that the mouth of the Rio Carrabello.
upon that official to inquire what truth you Northern Jail (Daily except Sunday)
t } k will avail yourself of all matter bearing From Carrabello to a point the Suwa-
:, The recent tragical taking off of the murderer there was in the statement. The Governor thereon calculated to draw public attentionto nee river distance of about on hundred Arrives................ 5:50: P. ;M. and 6:05 p. M.
: ,', very promptly replied that the incorporatorshad a one ........ .........
i : Dukes b) the avenging hand of a son never consulted him in any of their it, and thereby aid its friends in forming and twenty miles, the canal can be con- Closes. .. 7:30: A. M. and 9:30 A. M.

..rt, ;: I' r.flLer justice had miscarried and the public movements, and that he knew nothingmore those combinations which shall successfully structed entirely upon the surface, and thisis Transit &'; Peninsular Railroad-

l. .' ;''ii, expressions of approval, not only in Pennsylvania of the project than other citizensandall inaugurate and bring to consummation one made possible by the existence of one of Arrives.................. ..................... 5:50 p. ;M.
4 indicate he knew was from the press ; that he had of the grandest conceptions of modern engineering those remarkable rivers peculiar to Florida. Closes........................................ 7:30 A. M.
: "t but generally at the North, which, in proportion to the capi- half between
.: / never been asked for his advice in any mat- Nearly way Carrabello and the Jacksonville, South and West Florida-
.. : 'IJ a change in public sentiment in refer- ter connected with their organization and tal invested would yield dividends unprece- Suwanee, a river, known as the Wacissa,
t i
i' o! Arrives.................. 9:00 and 6:0.5 M.
't << knew whatever of their dented by any kindred work of ancient or bursts out of the ground, supplied from un- A.I. : p.
punt r the assertion nothing that the plans acted;with that modern days. known sources rising at the foot of the hill Closes .................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:3jO: p. :M.
: 1! t his "advice and concurrence"company The immense practical value of this great exactly at the point through which this line Arrives Sunday... 10:25 A. M.
was an en-
.' ,: fore brought down much censure and pharisaical tire mistake, without the slightest groundsfor commercial avenue to the producers of the. of canal must pass ; a stream independentof Closes Sunday....... 4:00: p. \1.:

I i denunciation from the Northern the statement. Indeed," said the Gov- great Mississippi valley can be best exemplified all local supply, rising literally on the St. Clary's and Kinrfs Ferry Ji7-

ernor, "there has not been the slightest by citing facts illustrative of the top of a hill waters as clear as crystal, not Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M.
press. vastly greater economy of water transportation affected by local drought or rainfall, the
brutality crime communication between the company and Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.
Theincreased seems now in the moving of great masses of raw of its
myself upon any' question, either as to the ,quantity discharge being invariable
i; .., to have evoked a feeling in favor of a more organization, plans, objects, or anything material, whether of agricultural productsor from year to year. Its flow is from 25,000- St. Mary's and Dungeness
.J .S mode of treating those criminals else."-Florid iau. of the mine, or of the forest, over the 000 to 30,000,000 cubic feet per hour. This Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.
I summary
the transportation of these products by land river would serve as a feeder for a surface Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. 31.
I I 0' who in high or low degree, shock sense carriage. Thus, "on the 6th of May the tow- canal to Carabello on the west, and to the Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. M.

\:..:' of public decency and horrify the commu- The United States Fish Commission has, boat J. B. Williams started for New Orleans Suwanee on the east. Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,

nity. this year, distributed throughout every from Louisville with a tow consisting of Its waters, half a mile below its source, Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M.

'. "." If crime increases in atrocity, and crimi- State and Territory in the Union 80,000,000 .: twenty-six boats and eight barges of coal are thirty feet by actual survey. above tidewater Money Orders and Registered Letters from
white fish, 30,000,000 shad, and 10,000,000 of and one barge of hay of 400 tons, the coal in the St. Marks river
society a valley stream 9:00: A. }I. to 1:00 P. 3[.; and from 2:00 P. M.
nals become reckless of consequences, the salmonidje species. The Commissionhas measuring 694,000 bushels, which is equal some twelve or fifteen miles west and in to 4:00: P. M.

j ., ,: must either furnish a remedy through also distributed 12,000 German carp. to 26,852 tons. To conceive the magnitude the Oscilla, also a valley stream the same SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M.'q .

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Regular communications Amelia LodgeNo. Amend an Ordinance Entitled "An Ordinance .
47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883: to Prevent the Introduction of SmallPox J
January 22. July 16. into the City of Fernandina.
...: A J. & T. KYDD
February 19. August 13. : :
March 19. September 10. '- : ..' 1'r ,
BE ''''' "-. a w at '-
April 16. October 15. Board of Aldermen of the City of ,. '- ; ;, '-,., .-r. .
'" Corner of Centre and Third Streets.
May 21. November 12. Fernandina, That from and after this date, 1y

June 18. December 10. and until Council shall otherwise direct, no pI
December 27. person shall be allowed to enter the City of \
At 7:30 m. Visiting brethren fraternally Fernandina, from the City of Jacksonville, .. ,
invited to attend. or suburbs,who has not a certificate bearingthe -3,', .. f_: 1" : : -I| SPRING GOODS |t-
J. E. WANDELL, W. M, signature of a regular practicing physician '. ,. .t'S. ;I't kk"
of the latter with the seal ;
C. H. BERG, Secretary. city, together 1 Y
of the city setting forth that said .::1. ,
person '.. ....6 ., :!. s',"".-..
Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds Its has been successfully- vaccinated within ..., .. 'if' Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments,
._ ; .
regular convocations on the Thursday following twelve months, has not lived within any ; :.r' r. '; ,. ;:
infected district. and is in good health. i ; ':,-. "
each regular communication of Amelia : t
Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Any person having such certificate shall be tJl.. N w hints ltiM
: : a un inga:
allowed to enter the of Fernandina ,
Transient attend. companions W.fraternally F. SCOTT, H..P.invitedto Prorided, however, that City no excursion parties: ', ,I:. .',. ..: ,. -. ., IJ, VmilMIIVVj, IVIVWUMJ, Mlltl g ,
be allowed to enter the of Fernan- ; ; .
dina from Jacksonville or suburbs, and that "

residents of Jacksonville or suburbs shall '. .
Knights of Honor. not be allowed to bring into the City of Fer- .I.'j\ :}-' ... .' ".- OUR
Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H., nandina any baggage until such time as : > DEPARTMENTIs

meets the first and third Tuesday nights in Council may direct. ,. !"" .)

every month, at 8 o'clock. SEC. 2. The provisions of this Ordinance :....; ;. now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS,
G. N. SAUSSV, Dictator.W. shall not apply to any person, from Jack i'I
J. WOODWARD, Reporter. sonville or suburbs, holding through tickets ,,- The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced to Fine Goods.

for points North. ;" ,,'

Legion of Honor. SEC. 3. All Ordinances or parts of Ordi- '.h ,'

Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of nances conflicting with the provisions of ',, '.. .':,.. Boots and Shoes. A new Stock Just received and

H., meets the second and fourth Friday this Ordinance are hereby repealed. offered at VERY LOW PRICES
Passed first second and third ,P '
nights in every month, at 8 o'clock. ,
THEo STARBUCK, Commander. and adopted, June 20,1883.F. if,:!, .;1 ..
C. SUHRER, A large and well-assorted Stock
W. J. WOODWARD, Secretary.ROYAL ; &1; SPRING I
President of Council. : HATS
Attest: -. -. for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS, ,

WM. P.-WOOD.: JR.,
City Clerk. 4+ :

C. A. HALEY, Mayor. JSJ Order BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save ,

OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY trouble, time and expense. .
;SSf We are Agents for DEVLIN" .t CO., leading Clothiers of l

Entitled an Ordinance to Carryon Fernandina New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail ; li
General of ,
a more System
Vaccination within the City or receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our

Feruaudiua. Towns on R. R. Line, resident New York buyer. .
Be it ordained,first, That in order to havea And Cedar Key. 1

thorough enrollment of every inhabitantof Jtic: -r.YOJ: :) :J:)
the city of Fernandina, the city shall, for ,

the purpose of making such enrollment, be New York Office, 83 Walker Street, 'c FERIASDISA, FLORIDA. K
divided into four districts, for each of which
there shall be appointed by Council a com- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large ,

petent person to make an enrollment according -
to blanks furnished them by Council number of the most eligible and desirable ., n

setting forth the name and residence of
each family in his district, the number of Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for f,
persons habitually residing in such family, s. '
City or Suburban Residences, .
how many have been vaccinated, with how -- --

: 4KIf4G many !has vaccination taken, when vac- UPON EASY TERMS. ,.
cinated and by whom? LINE I

Be it further ordained, That immediatelyafter Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to ) -
such enrollment is completed the city r

- physician shall visit every habitation reported parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
by the inspectors to contain persons

POWDER not vaccinated within two years, and pro- rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
ceed forthwith to offer his services for and

in behalf of the city. erty purchased substantial improvements

Be it further ordained, That any person or
Absolutely Pure. persons refusing to be vaccinated shall note for residence, or in which to conduct their

permitted to leave his, her or their placeof i _
POWDER never varies. A marvel business. \ .
THIS abode, nor have any or
and wholesomeness. .
purity, strength
him her
allow one to visit or them
More economical than the kinds any INDUCEMENTS TO
vaccinated under
until they are duly a
and be sold the
in with ;
penalty of not less than $2 nor more than $5
multitude of low test, short weight, alum or by exemption for a term of years from
for each and every offense, or an imprisonment -
phosphate powders. Sold only in cam. of not more than .15 days, or both, at <
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., taxation, offered by the several cities and
the discretion of the Mayor.
38 lOG Wall Street, New York.CuriositylVariety >
Passed first, second and third reading towns. Apply to

May 23,1883. F. C. SUHRER, CHAS. W. t4E'VIS, ,
KING: : .'S President of Council. _
Attest: Officecor. Beach & 7th sts:;Fernandina. _
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[SEAL] WM. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. S 5 : _
Store Approved : .

C. A. HALEY, Mayor.In .
Offers a large and carefully selected ;
the Circuit Court, Fourth Ju- f" CITY OJ SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 920 NS.

"' dicial Circuit Florida. i. STATE OF TEXAS, rl4h,
1,508 TONS.
Partners Fred W. & .
as Hoyt Co., 15wrESTEItN +
; TEXAS, .
For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. versusR. 1,210 TOIS'S. f

D. FOX and S. L. BURNS Partners as
:I3AN: DXEECSJEFS:: Fox & Burns. .
IJ execution i issued in the Fourth Judi- .
cial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Flor- !
I Neckties, Ribbons, ida, in a suit wherein Fred W. Hoyt and a

Laces, Towels, Napkins, W. O. Jeffreys are plaintiffs, and R. D. Fox ; of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK

and S. L. Burns are defendants I havelev ., ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- t,
Dress Lining, Buttons, ied upon and will sell at public auction, in J' ,! sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
front of the Court-House in the of Fer ; .. .:': i. i "
city i
and Notions Generally.A : This Line, having no Transfers between Fcrnamliiia and New
nandina, on the first Monday of July l 1883, 'JI :\ ; .uf' 0' t ,_ York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF 1
-- being the second day of said month, all of
. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. G
Section 27, Township 3 North, Range 26 "
new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED
East-<54S acres; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, E. i of ,j
just received and marked low. S.W. i Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 25 E.-495 acres ; .',"' ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
W. i S.E. i Sec. 23, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-495 ; connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD
t" for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. 4
acres: N. i S.W. i Sec. 35,T. 3 N., R. 25 E.- '
Our Stock of CORSETS' is Very Superior. 483 acres; S. i Sec. 10, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-320 .t JOHNS, OCKLA'V AHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
acres; E. i (except 50 acres) in S.E. corner ; i
of Sec. 21, T. 3 N., R. 26 E. Levied upon as ; PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor t r
the of Fox & Burns
property to said
satisfy .
VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a
judgment, together with interest and cost of .'
suit. Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. 4

FLORIDA AXD SEMI-TROPICAL CURIOSITIES i i A.Sheriff ELLERMANN Nassau County., freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

A SPECIALTY. Fernandina Fla., June 1, 1883. Agent, v
C. H. MALLORY & CO., ;)
;?,'Orders from the Country Solicitcd.'tKING'S VEGETABLE CRATES, Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

at short notice, and


27 0. S. OAKES.
SEA ISLAND ROUTE. JUST RECEIVED. THIS INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT success which we have attained in the introduction of our s + ''

THE STEAMER Virgin Baking
FINE AND CHEAP MILLINERY, on the plateau of the Cumberland Mountains -
,a few miles from the University of the

Leghorn and Straw Hats, Feathers, South. The location presents unequaled advantages has by far exceeded our expectations; and now that we are entering upon the third year ,
Flowers Satins
Laces, and Sun-Bonnets, atKIXG'S for health, being on the mountainand
i FANCY NOTION AND free from all malaria or liability to con- of its sale we see before us a bright future and an increased demand for this,

/ VARIETY STORE, tagious diseases.
y rJ+y All the branches usually pursued in '
28 Centre and Fourth Streets. French Seminaries are taught, inclusive of

Modern Languages.

ST. NICHOLAS HO FOR THE BEACH. Music is made a specialty under MADAME To dwell upon its merits would be unnecessary on our part, for those who have ''

\{TILL leave Fernandina for Savannah A ND A MOONLIGHT DRIVE DEBARRY, whose, testimonials a teacher of are very from high the reputation first- once used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms. ;

11 every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday musical professors from abroad and in this We are the originators of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING POWDER, and ''Fl
mornings, arriving at the latter place The three elegant Omnibuses of McGinn .
the same evenings.: & Rawson can be secured for private partieson country.The charges of this school are moderate.For from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that

Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- very reasonable terms,at any hour,either terms and circulars address THE BEST. To this standard quality we 'shall continue to keep it. A Teaspoonful -

nandina on Monday Wedusday and Friday day or night. SILAS B. McBEE, Principal. of the VIRGIN BRAND suffices for a full quart of well-sifted
at 8 a. m. 2G McGINNIS & RAWSON.IV. 1
References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer- Floor, where at least double that quantity would be required of inferior brands.
Week Pass without Meals, $3.00 K. BAUKNIGIIT, nandina; Dr. H. Robinson, Jacksonville; a J
('ubiu" 1.00 Rev. A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24


Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia BUTCH R AND STOCK DEALER, II"R. L. C. A. LANGE, UPHOLST-EI&R' Ask your Grocer for the VIRGIN BRAND BAK: t.

Boston, and Baltimore. ANDDealer ..rtJ.. etc.. begs to inform his customers that ING rOWIDER, and take no other. ,'
For tickets and state-rooms, apply at the in Ice he has removed his place of business from A

(_'ainlanysoffice, foot of Centre Street.J. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Centre Street to FIFTH STREET, next doorto S. GUCIGENHEEMER & SON
A. MERCIER, the residence of Mr. Patrick Kelly. ;
General Passenger Agent. Thanking the public for past patronage, ... SAV& ""NAII, GA. .
J- N. HARRIMAN, Manager. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. he solicits a continuance of tke same 27 ANGEL & FRIEND, Agents, Fernandina, Fla.. '

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,1< 1 : !'I''I'j : SUGAR AS AN ARTICLE ,'OF DIET. pests as aphis, red spider mealy bug, and a -- --=:
few of their relatives. Therefore it will :I.aa9 ,.: '
: :x : Sugar is an essential condition of life both near J.saa.
it '. lit ,"1 )1.; ;: ; animal would live, and the t first food whichthe saying that good cultivation is a sufficient :,.f': 1' j ,; .
.. ;: ; preventive, though it is unquestionablytrue s ( .. .
::1 ,f young plant receives is sugar. It is probably -Jcsj,4v1N "- .
1 ; ;, that the most natural conditions for '. :' ., .
4 +: ,1 the most important of all alimentary .t "THE ;': '
t I' I < I :;x substances, for not only does it appear to be vigorous growth are also just those which ': .,
t l keep vermin at a distance. We do not intend -
the starting point from which all the various -
41 ,'t :' :' 'If immediate principles of plants are de- here to enter upon a general consideration CU E

1 rf" t'l rived-such as tannin, digita fne, quinine, of the subject, but to relate a few par- I
III ;j1 : : ) tartaric acid, etc.-but flour of wheat, oats, ticulars of experiments that have been madeat
i! t\ i 1. s. .t potatoes, and other vegetable substances, Stoke Newington, with a view to deter- .
,j' :-k '. t ,, :,f" which enter so largely !into our daily food, mine the extent to which hot water may be
'1' ,t) 'fJ<< '1\ are at once transformed into sugar on entering employed for the destruction of the insects FLORIDA
I ':. f.i.' ." #1 the animal economy. So soon as the that most commonly infest plants. The I MIRRORQ
'i 'I ff..! '; warmth and moisture of spring cause the few. experiments made have been attended z- ,,
,I / I:\+ :' l seed to germinate, the starch, which is stored with such promising results that we shall
1 '..; : -: i up in an,insoluble state and forms the greater hope to find opportunity soon for'repeating THEIOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
'I ,., '" .f bulk of all seeds, is at once converted into them in a more extended and systematic as it is certain in its
.i "'L :" :, sugar, from which substance the:young plant manner. For the present we shall speak of effects and does not:blister. READ PROOF
fl. : :'" ., t. .Pa; dcmvcsulmostall that :it requires. aphis only, and as this is the most prevalentof BELOW.
11 : .' r..;i : t'"i Unless sugar forms a due proportion of an plant pests, we trust that these remarks
P' .", ,1; \\t, :' : animal's i diet, or unless the various starchy will be useful to many readers. It appears, Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS
: then, that aphides quickly perish immersed : .
j I substances taken in the food can be duly
Mt I transformed into sugar in the system, a state in water heated to 120 F. We obtained Nj. Y., January 30, 1882.
from various sources plants infested with Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.
i ; : .' ':. of unhealthiness supervenes. ; :
il' f .' The great sugar industry is the result of green fly, and cleansed them by the simple GENTS-Having used a good deal of your ',-
ft,: :,) instinct which has led mankind to feed upon process of dipping. As the experimentswere Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I .
t! '. ,' ; : ; saccharine substances long before science made in the month of February, we thought I would let you know what it has .
.V fr:1? :1- ",' pointed out the absolute necessity of these thought it probable that aphis might endurein done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya HI ,' '4i.:
J fi ; substances to life. June a temperature many degrees higher colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. -
Jt.r ;" ': 3 l; Inspiteofallthisthereexistsinthemed- than that which proved fatal to them in the When I was breaking him he kicked over
':,1 "{ ,\r: t: ,. ical world an immense prejudice against earlier and colder season. Hence it became the cross-bar and got fast. and tore one of his
,:. desirable to ascertain the degree of heat the hind all to I the best
\ : j l;' sugar. It is not at all an uncommon thing legs pieces. employed
: t' /. ", ;t. to hear sugar proscribed by the physician! plants could endure in the dipping process.A farriers, but they all said he was spoiled.He -r -
&', ; ': "1' under the plea that it is"apt to turn acid," number of herbaceous and soft-wooded had a very large thorough-pin, and I n ,
4 ; ,k. that it "destroys the teeth," that it tends to plants were therefore subjected to the process used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin >
'IY.; foster rheumatism," and other like absurdities of immersion in water heated to various : Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and P 1 M -II
: J.', "; which have taken a firm hold upon degrees above 120. We found that fuchsiaswere he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have I !
< '; ,"I i ': the public mind. That children may often unharmed at 140, but at 150 the used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit
r .t: 'r.; ,:... become seriously ill from eating dirty lollipops young leaves were slightly injured. Calceol- has always cured completely left the T ': ''
4 t T 1-' i and colored sweetmeats, but pure sugar aris suffered at 140, but the plants were not leg smooth. ,
,,' \( in moderate quantities never did them any killed, though, their soft tops perished. It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I INu +''I i'4I 'M -
''k., i harm. }>Pelargoniums unhurt at 150, but the have recommended it to a good many, and

!r.. :'ii' .. In olden times, when rheumatism and slightest rise beyond that figure killed the. they all say it does the work. I was in With- Q I .
\i. ;, P gout were believed to be due to the production soft wood and the young leaves completely. erington &Kneeland's drug store in Adams, r I I IN i il I Ir y j
1 ? ;. : of lactic acid and it was found that this Chinese primulas were injured by any rise the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou '"r I'rp y'' d'r
r t. .. acid could be produced from sugar by a special beyond 140 and this at last proved to be the sent them. I tried to buy it, but could 8 j 0
::. t ,) process of fermentation, these and several most general maximum, and may be citedas not; they said if I would write to you that o i u N Iic
,i 'f : '" other ailments were at once ascribed to a rule for observance. Centaureas, sedums, you would send me one. I wish you would, M
', I sugar. But since it has been demonstrated saxafragas, thrysacanthus, justicias, ferns, and I will do you all the good I can. : r i-
t t : that such diseases are due to uric acid, which heliotropes, petunias, begonias, mignonette, Very respectfully, E. S. LYMAN. P-O
ti ,I I'; contains nitrogen, and comes from an excess and many other plants of soft texture were Z I? fl ,n i Ih ,I i- --
r : of animal food, (meat, cheese, eggs, etc.,) it unhurt by being dipped in water at 140, Kendall's Cure.
f I, appears more logical to diminish the allowance but the slightest rise beyond that point was Spavin
i .i1' t {:; of the latter rather than that of sugar. followed by blackening of the leaves, and -
f i I "i Sugar may not agree so well with those consequent disfigurement of the plant, and ON HUMAN FLESH.
"r '1 i': who take wine and spirits largely-in fact, at 150 the process of killing commenced. VEVAY IND., August 12, 1881.
t ,t J 1.i they have an 'antipathy to it; but About ten years ago we reported in the Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
k : 'I f, the foregoing facts! may serve to check the Floral World that Fairy of Florence roses, GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-
't' .t i I :-. increasing prejudice against sugar as an article which are grown in quantities in pots for day. Please send me some with my imprint,
'' ,;,,1 of diet, and there can be no doubt that market, could be best kept clean by dipping printed on one side only. The Kendall's
r +, i men would be better and stronger if they in hot water, as at 120 the plant is not Spavin Cure is'in' excellent demand with us,
1 .' could be induced to take sugar instead of injured and every aphis upon it is destro 'ed. and not only for animals but for human

f' 1, }i ,, :; alcohol.-Dr. T. F. Paipson, F. C. S. This simple method of removing vermin ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the f ,
i > t: '" from plants is, we are quite satisfied, capableof leading farmers in our county, sprained an
1 t very general adoption in place of more ankle badly, and knowing the value of the -ElC: >OI AN:D
troublesome and more expensive plans. remedy for horses, tried it on himself, and it ,
1,1'1 :; A Duchess county, X. Y., poultry raiser We shall be glad of any aid our readers can did far better than he had expected; cured
r' : : I .x, sends the following excellent and practical afford towards the reduction to system of the the sprain in very short order.
,Y ";1 article to the Country Gentleman : "For I facts of the case. To what extent can we Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAXD.I .

v f'f'l '. r young chicks just hatched I use a custard : carry on an offensive warfare against scale, I Price $1 per bottle, or G bottles for $5. All
made of of and milk. The red and all the rest of the little foes I
;; ) equal parts eggs spider, druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
t I J / young things eat very little, and that little that plague us in the garden? This questioncan will be sent to any address on receipt of
: t must be wholesome and satisfying. To have be better answered by many than a few. price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KENDALL -
4' 1 strong, sturdy chicks, they should remain, It is eminently a question for those who & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. JOB PRINTING
t! I on the nest at least forty-eight hours after have opportunity and a liking for experi- Send for Illustrated Circular. HOUSE
t '1 hatching. As soon as all the eggs which ments, and who can afford to kill a few Sold all ,
,r tf' ] will are hatched I clear the nest of shells plants if need be, to make a sure test of the Druggists.
'" and unhatched eggs, throw the hen off the respective powers of enduring high temper- '
: li i I nest (having previously placed food and atures by various orders and genera. REAL ESTATE.
; ; j drink within her reach) and allow her to remain ----..--.
.' f', ;tl until her wants are relieved, after A lamp-shade of pale blue may have the
r } which she will return and be quiet for the proper esthetic touch given to it by runninga
t 1:, forty-eight hours, or until time to remove fine wire through lace and then bending .. J
.rr I her, with her brood, to the coop or building, it around the bottom of the shade so that it .'f :: ; ( / Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
t E': where they are to remain until weaned. If forms a little flounce. The lace should be
\ 'i; a steady sitter, and the eggs are all right the about three inches deep, and should be
'. i {; hen will hatch them uniformly. Long before scant. There should be just fullness enoughto
i t .t,: the chicks begin to hatch all unfertilized eggs make it hang gracefully.
: :1 should have been removed from the nest.
: i At the end of the first twenty-four hours I Graham biscuits are very nice if eaten
''Y ; ; place some of the custard on a shingle in while fresh and warm. To one pint of milk
% 4 i : front of the nest, and the hen, if a good allow half a cup of melted butter, half a cup
.1., f mother, will call her brood and feed them. of sugar, and two eggs ; add enough flourto FERNANDINA >' FLORIDA.
\ This food is the very best they can take make a stiff batter ; do not attempt to ,
t '' being soft digestible and nutritious. It is knead them, but drop from a spoon into
r nearly the same nourishment that heretofore hot muffin tins.

". ;r has supplied the growth of the chicks.
I .j, I generally arrange to have several broods A Loss PREVENTED.-Many lose their beauty
'"I, i.: hatch at the same time, when there is littler from the hair falling or fading. Parker's 1
', 't;; : trouble. I feed the chicks sometimes half a HairBalsam supplies necessary nourishment, I:
d l'' dozen times a day when small. They do prevents falling and grayness and is an elegant THE :FLORIDA '. ,
:': : 'f.. 4 not run at large, except in the very warmest dressing. ,"
; 1 1 portion of the day, until after several ----, -------- T OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY I
j"rt i days, and if the weather is bad, not, before a A BIG SUCCESS." My wife was in bed two -, .-
'i ; ; week old. I continue this custard, beginning years with a complication of disorders her .
: y \ I ., when two or three days old to introduce physician could not cure, when I was led Fernaudina, :
: I f with it cracked corn, wheat or buck- to try Parker's Ginger Tonic. It was a big
o''J wheat, so that they may become accustomed success. Three bottles cured her, at a cost ofa Towns on R. R. Line
t; ,, i to it by degrees until capable of subsisting dollar and fifty cents, and she is now as
.: t C on it entirely. When fed whole grain, or strong as any woman."-R. D. Buffalo. And Cedar Key. .
h [ + even meal, the chicks must be allowed
r plenty of fresh drink (water is the best) and Everybody is using and everybody is re-
i 'l; ,, t run on the ground or where they can have commending to everybody's friends, Brown's
\ + free access to gravel or coal ashes. For Iron Bitters as a reliable iron medicine, a
;' .' .. green food I use chopped onion tops if I true tonic. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Having added NEW TYPE AND NEW PRESSES to our office, and having

\ can get them. If not, I give finely cut lettuce number of the most eligible and desirable SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to use the same, we are now
to fresh tender grass or runmngmal- STOVES TIN-WARES, ETC
I ,
lows, of which they are very fond when in Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for i prepared to do any and every kind of printing
: 4. confinement. My chicks always thrive; I W. P. STREETY,
.:(: seldom lose any To make the custard I City or Suburban Residences,
: 7" take one egg, well beaten and add three tablespoonfuls Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
,, :\ ,;' +! of new milk, and bake in a UPON EASY TERMS.
J', '.'',1; small, shallow pan. This preparation makes FERNANDINA, FLA.

', .I ; ,'; P a custard so stiff that it will break into Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to TC .
'; iJ VN''l.J lumps and none is wasted, as would be the
I ;; : i; case with softer food. It is better than hard parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-

." ; : J boiled eggs. I have used bread and milk, ,,r ,.t. ,
: but it is not One rial enterprises who will erect the
J I so good. egg makes sufficient on property -
t' J, t i food per day for eight or ten chicks at I4' FROM A VISITING CARD TO A 500-PAGE BOOK
'f ;:; :"1 first of the small breeds. The larger breeds purchased substantial improvementsfor ,
: 1 of chickens can sooner be weaned off. The
: ;, "4: expense is not great, taking into account residence, or in which to conduct their

.. : I the nice, thrifty condition of the fowls. business.
r j( ,', They keep ahead of all diseases, and there
In. ,ft.1 t is no loss if careful to prevent accidents. Pr u.at rat: INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
They make fine birds when grown up and

j:; .I splendid hens for egg production. With by exemption for a term of years from
't ; the closest calculation it takes abouta bushel
M ''rf I t of corn per year for a hen. If other grain taxation, offered by the several cities and .
: l M i I is used with it of course less will be required I
: i : f I' but all fowls for thrift and profit towns. Apply to .
{ : ',]i !' must be given one feed of corn per day. : CHAS. W. LEWIS,
+ :L '; Without it they stop just short of the desired -
( STOVES, HEATERS RANGERS Office Beach & 7th sts. iC
t t cor Fernandina.
t j I result, whether it be flesh or eggs. I
.; l feed adult or laying fowls a soft, warm feed TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
)" '! in the morning and find the quantity of
{ : :1'I eggs increased by doing so." AND GUTTERING, -.: .

't PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. ,. :. .. : ,. .i, ;' ", ,
a 1 :{ I "
A large stock Stoves on hand. Give mea ....: ,. .. ,; ..
r One of the troubles in -c
greatest gardening call, and compare my prices with those of J
:I is caused by insects. There few .,
.a are plants other houses, here or elsewhere.
that are not assailed by one or more kinds i ,'

that prey upon the leaves, flowers or roots. NOTICE.SIX w f .,
The Gardener's Magazine, treating this subject -" '. ': ":' ',"' ,
3 says : WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL : : :: > : '
Water is a cheap insecticide, insufficiently to the Judge of the County Courtin j .S;: ;
Pa and for : 3 Don't send orders for PRINTING BINDING and RULING to offices outside
,' appreciated, but capable of more extended the County of Nassau, Fla., for your ,
use than the majority of those who letters of administration on the estate of : the State.
already : :,: ', :" Orders for: either will receive prompt attention from ns. Address
believe in it are aware. It is quite certain Nelson Parker deceased. .. '" '
that the best cultivation will not prevent F. C. SUHRER. FLORIDA :\.IIRROR,
MP ,r it, the occurrence among the plants of such Fernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. Gt ; oct9! FERSA.SDIS.FLA..

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SUPREME COURT. Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New -..-----. Take the FLORAL CITY ,

Since the beginning of the June term, at St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. PARKER'S the NEW SHORT LINE via the ROUTE Florida
noon last Tuesday, the following cases have 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley New Troy. a HAIR Central and Western Railroad.

been submitted, continued and dismissed : Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. } Through tickets via this line at the Comny's -

CASES SUBMITTED. Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge""m. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. BALSAM. pa Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7
Nassau 3d in October.
Tuesday Tallahassee. A perfect dress' Vest Bay
E. M. L'Engle vs. City of Jacksonville; Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. SheriffA.Ioseley,Tallahassee. Aa rngekgaatlyperfnmea Street.WILLIAM O. AMES
Clerk C. A. ,
Porcher L'Engle vs. City of Jacksonville I and harm-
Duval county. FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, 'less. Removes Gen'l Passenger Agent '

John T. Howard and the P. & A. R. R. Spring Term Tallahassee. t I I dandruff restores W. M. DAVIDSON Jacksonville Fla. .
Sumter, Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demill\p. Tallahassee. natural color and ,
vs. David More, et at.-Jackson county. Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of RCIenue-C. C.* Pearce, Talla- Y. I prcventsbaldness General Manager,
Lucinda Gainer, et al., vs. Jos. W. Russ- I 50 rmU and $1 Jacksonville Fla.j. .
Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. ,
Jackson county. I til**a t drCjji] Ma.
March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahas- s. MCELROY,
Bill Williams: vs. The State-Alachua .
4th after 4th rUBSSTOHICOLOG1IE. Master Transportation,
county. Levy, Tuesday Monday in see.
March. LEVY COUNTY. Tallahassee, Fla. .
T. :E. Stribling et ux vs. Catherine Hart, na.
Executrix, ft al.-Duval county.M. Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; .

H. Sanderson, et al. vs. L'Engle & March. CYerJt-J. M. Barco, Bronson. jcraat 1 All zqnUUIy perf- withISaaaUetmti.Ira- TUIE CARD
Hartridge, Adminstrators-Duval count)'. Fall Term- Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. r Uftp&ioulJ1la laC OF THE
Cincinnati Belote vs. James S. Bell, Administrator Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. r p'ep'rtt"' FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR
-Duval county. Marion, Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar RAILROADAND
3d in November.
Putnam. Tuesday Key. PARKER'SIGINGER
CASES CONTINUED. Levy 4th Tuesday in November.
Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-
James M. Chesser. M. DePr.1tterV Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. TONIC FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
lu&ia county November. .
M. L. Smith vs. C. A. Long- usia SEVENTH CIRCUIT. MADISON COUNTY. An Invigorating Medicine thai Never Intoxicates In Effect January 7th, 18SS.

county. Spring Term- County Judge-R.. Witherspoon, Madi This delicious combination of Ginger. Buchu. GOING SOUTH. ,

Christopher L. H. Eldridge Volusia et county.Jeffre's !u: vs.. Wightman & Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison.: vegetable Mandrake remedies Stillingia.known and many cures oilier all disorders of the best of Leave Fernandina....................... 8.00 a.m. ;

W. W. Coleman- Volusia 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison the bowels stomach.Ever,kidneys and lungs&is Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.42 aju. .
& Stribling vs. Brevard, 1st Monday in :March. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner Tkt Best and Surest Cotgb Cart Ever Used. Leave Callahan........................... 9.48 aou. ''

Duval county.F. and. wife C. S. Harby, wife Dade, Monday in April. Madison. If you are suffering from Female Complaints Leave Dutton........................ ....10.15 a.m.
eta// P. Gale vs. Fall Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison. Nervousness, Wakefiilness Rheumatism Dyspepsia Leave Brandy Branch ................10.30 a.m.
.-Leon county. Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector Ret'enue-I. H. Mad age or any disease or infirmity, take Parker Leave Baldwin...........................11.05 a.m.
DISMISSED.A. Volusia, 2d Monday in September. of Warring, Ginger Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body Leave Maxville:.........................11.32 a.m. ,
Brevard 4th Monday in September.Dade ison.Assessor and give you new life and visor.\ Leave ................ ""
A. Knight et al vs. H. &H. Weiskopf of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad- :100 DOLLARS Highland ........11.55 a.m. '
Duval county.J. Monday in November. ison. ', Paid for anything injurious formd in Ginger Tonicor :Leave Lawtey ....................._.....12.15 p.m. 'Y
B. Brown vs. The Florida Southern for a failure to help or cure. Leave Temples................. .......12.30 p.m. ,
Railway Company-Alachua county... County Officers. MANATEE COUNTY. lSb EOe.and. Send$1 rorclm&WtoHlKoaA des at rf *Im I.! drup. Lair tarter a'fn: ;. Arrive Starke............................12.34 p.m. t
$ :
ATTORNEYS ADMITTED. ALACHUA COUNTY. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m. ,
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Leave Thurston ........................? 1.06p.m. #::'
0 J. H. Summers. James L. Harn, Jacksonville County Jutlge-Jnnlus C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Arrive Waldo............................. 1.3CP.m. 't.<.';'

; J. W. Ashby, Gainesville ; F. B. ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown obtainedtornewinrentions Leave Waldo.............................._ 1.35p.m. .f :
Carter, Marianna ; L. Harrison, Lake City. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Mari6n G. Carlton, or for improvements in old Leave Gainesville....................... 2.27p.m. ,

ATTORNEYS PRESENT.I Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash. ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m. r A
). McKinnon, J. McClellan, W. H. Hawthorne.Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of ScJiools Felix J. Seward, all patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Batton............................. 2.57p.m. r' i ?i

Milton. Marianna ; Louis: I. Fleming, A. W. Pine Level. t INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Archer............................. 3.15 p.m. :
Cockrell. J. C. Cooper, Jacksonville ; John Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. 1 REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50p.m. .

\\'. Malone, Quincy ; T. L. Clark, D. A. Fin- ville. County Judge-Samuel Marshall, Ocala. by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.27 p.m. L t'
Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- Leave Rosewood............
layson Monticello; John C. Avery, Pensa- Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ............. 5.02p.m.
cola ; C. R. King, Lake City ; R. V!. Davis, Gainesville. Sheriff A.. B. Crutchfield, Ocala, NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure patents Arrive Cedar Key....................... 5.35 p.m.
Cove BAKER COUNTY. in less time than those who are remote
Green .
Assesstor of Taxes-Thomas Barco, Cotton I from Washington. GOING NORTH. ;

GENERAL"DIRECTORY.. County Clerk-F.Judge-R.J. Pons D.Sanderson.Davis, Sanderson. Plant. When Inventors send model or sketch, Leave Cedar Ke) .......................... 7.25 a.m. }

.... U. C. Herndon, Sanderson.Assessor Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy, we make search in the Patent Office and I Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05 a.m. s
Olllcers. Sheriff Taxes Ocala. advise as to its patentability free of charge Leave Otter Creek....................... 8.40 a.m.
United Stales P. Canova
derson. of -George San- Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin, Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- Leave Bronson................ ........... 9.22a.m. -' :

LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Fort McCoy. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Leave Archer............................. 9.52a.m.
Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Sanderson.Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY. IS OBTAINED.We Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m. .i '

Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Schools A. J. W. County Judge-Chas. S. Barpn: Key West. I refer by permission to the City Post Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m. { ,
Superintendent of Cobb
,,: Surveyor-General-\Ialachi, Talla- Olustee. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. master, and to the Superintendent of the Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m. tx
hassee. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. PostOffice1oney Order Division in Wash Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m. ;
DISTRICT COURT. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter Maloney, Jr., ington. For special references circular ser Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m. t
Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Kev West. vice, terms, etc., addressC. Leave Thurston..........................12.24 p.m.
Marshal-S. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue Walter C. Maloney, A. SNOW & CO. Arrive Starke.............................1. .38 p.m.
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key West.Superintendent. Opp.Patent Office. Washington D.C., 2tf Leave Starke............................... 1.00 p.m
INTERNAL REVENUE. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake of Schools- -J. V. Harris,Key Leave Temple's.......................... 1.09p.m.
Collector-Dennis Eagan: Jacksonville. Butler. West. HORACE DREW Leave Lawtey ............................. 1.33 p.m. ; e.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.CountyJudgeHinton Leave Highland .......................... 1.55 p.m. k,
John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. B ooltsellcr, Stationer, Leave Maxville ........................... 2.19 p.m. 1 ffi '
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, J. Baker, Fernan Printer and Binder. Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.43 p.m.
F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Leave Baldwin ......... ................. 2.53p.m.
Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina.
Joseph Hirst Cedar Key. BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. School Books and Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m.

County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes Win. H. Garland, Fer- Orange WrapsNOW Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35p.m. r
" State Officers. Point. nandina. A SPECIALITY. Leave Callahan........................... 4.25p.m.
Clerk-A.. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott Fer- Leave Hart's Road...................... 5.15 p.m. '
, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian nandina. ir Liberal discounts to Teachers and Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m.
I Governor-Win. D. Bloxham Tallahassee. na. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Trains
>> Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR
Collector of Ret'enue-A. D. Johnston Or- application. R
& -Livingston W. Bethel botham Callahan. .
II j Key West. lando, Orange county.Superintendent 59 W. BAY STREET, w
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- of ScJiools-A. Grady La ORANGE COUNTY. JACKSONVILLE FLA. DIVISION.GOING .

, lahassee. Grange. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando. SOUTH. .,1
D. Barnes Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.
CUlltptruller-'V. Thomas RAILROADS. Leave Waldo Junction................ 1.40 p.m. '
Treasurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee. County J"dge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff Assessor W. Shine Fort Reid. ---- --- ----- ---- Leave Dixie................................. 2.02p.m. ,
P. Talla- Park. of Owens Fort
Attorney-Geueral-George Raney, Reid, Fla.Collector. FLORA CITY ROUTE. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 2.20 p.m. I
hassee. Clerk
-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove Leave Lochloosa........................ 2.38 p.m. .
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. of Revenue-Richard H. Marks
"i Tallahassee. Springs. James Sanford. FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. I Leave Orange Lake.................... 3.04 p.m. .
I Public Sheriff W. DeWitt, Green Cove -- Leave Anthony Place................. 3.31p.m. ( ,_
of Instruction-E. K. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks
Superintendent Springs. Leave Silver .......... .
Foster" Tallahassee. Fort Reid. JACKSONVILLE, May: 13th, 1883. Spring ........ 4.00p.m.
Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. /COMMENCING this date, Trains on this Leave Ocala................................. 4.30 p.m.
Adjutant-General Yonge Collector PUTNAM
Rez'enue-'Vm. COUNTY.
of S. Plummer, Vy road and its connection will run as fol- Leave Lake Weir Station............ 5.18 p.m.
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.Commissioner Maxville.
A. Robinson Judge of Prolate-B. Harrison, Palatka. lows : Arrive Wildwood....................... 5.45p.m. ,
A. Tallahas-
Superintendent of Sclwols-\f. F. Geiger, Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.Sheriff 4 =
see. Middleburg. Thomas Shally. WESTWARD.No.: GOING NORTH. +, 3

I Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-S. E. Timmons. 3. No. 1. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m. ;"
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Accom.Leave Mail. Leave Lake Weir Station............. 7.35 a.m.
Building, Jacksonville. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public ScJiools- J. W. Jacksonville....... G.OOpm 9.30 a m Leave Ocala.............?.................. 9.00a.m. ; ;
SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Strickland. Arrive Baldwin ............ 7.15 p in 10.13 a m Leave Silver Spring.................... 9.18a.m. '
Chief Justice'-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville.Associate. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Lake City...........11.45pm 1.00 p m I I Leave Anthony Place................. 9.46a.m. '
Ju'fticc-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City. Live Oak............ 1.25am 2.18 pIll Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13 a.m. ,
Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker Perry.' Madison ............ 3.35 a m 4.03 pm Leave Lochloosa................... ....10.39 a.m.

Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of.ScJiools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.ClerkJohn Drifton.............. 5.25am 5.30 pm Leave Hawthorne.......................10.57 a.m.
Jacksonville. Lake City. C. Calhoun, Perry. Monticello: ........ 5.55am 5.50 pm'I Leave Dixie................................11.15 a.m.
Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.Superintendent of Schools-T.: J. Franklin Tallahassee......... 7.00am 7.00 p m Arrive Waldo Junction...... .........11.35 a.m. ;
County Judge-William A. McLean Jack- Leave Tallahassee......... 7.25pm8.40pm f ;
CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonville. County Treasurer-D. s: Sutton, Perry. Arrive Quincy .............. Trains daily, except Sunday. n t=
First Circuit-Augustus Maxwell, Pen- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Chatta. River...... 9.40 p m

sacola. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Leave River Junction... 9.40 p in11.23pm FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. 1 Si
Second Circuit-David Walker, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. Arrive Marianna.......... GOING "4,

ville. JOHN'S COUNTY. Pensacola........... 6.35 a m8.50pm SOUTH. ,
Third Circuit-ft. J. Vann Madison. Leave Fernandina......11.35 a.m. 6.15
Collector Montgomery...... p.m.
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- of RCIenue1oscs J. Brown, County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Leave Hart Road.....12.05p.m. .,
'Jacksonville. :Mobile.............. 4.25 p m10.15pm 6.55p.m. ,
ville. tine.Clerk New Orleans...... Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00p.m. 8.00p.m.
Superintendent of ScJiools-Albert J. Rus- -Bartolo F. Oliveros St. Augustine.
vii Fifth It:. Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- ,'sell Jacksonville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Houston........... 6.50 a m GOING NORTH. ,

Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St. EASTWARD.No. Leave Jacksonville..... 9.00a.m. 3.35p.m. ;
Augustine. 4. No. 2. Leave Hart's Road..... 9.35 ii
a.m. .
Seventh p.m. :
Circuit-W. Archer Cocke Sanford County Judge: -Henry J. Stewart
Clerk-J. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias, Arrive Fernandina.....10.40a.m. 5.00p.m. "
Caldwell, Jasper. Arrive Jacksonville......
St. Augustine.Superintendent. 6.40 am 4.30 p m Trains double daily except Sunday. y .
Court Calendar. Sheriff-James M. Duncan, Jasper. Schools-C. F. Baldwin............. 5.15am 3.48 pm
FIRST CIRCUIT. Assessor of Tues-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. St. Augustine. of Perpall, Lake City........... 1.20am 12.47pm11.34am SUNDAY TRAINS. 1

Fall Term- Collector of Rtt'enue-'V. H. H. McLeod, Live Oak............11.40 p m Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.45a.m. !
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. I Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. Madison ............ 9.30pm 10.08 a m Arrive Fernandina......................11.10 a.m. '
Walton, 4th Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg, Drifton.............. 7.20pm 8.23 a m Leave Fernandina........................5.00 p.m. *!!
Holmes 2d 'Vednesda)' after 4th Monday I erts, Ancrum. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivev, Leesburg. Monticello ......... 7.45pm 8.50 a m Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25 p.m.COXXE'TIOXS. '.
in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. Tallahassee......... 5.30pm 6.45 a m
"'ashington,2dIonday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson Brooks- Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster. Leave Tallahassee ........ 7.00 a m
in October. ville. Collector of Revenu'e-J. R. G. Hamilton, Arrive Quincy....._...... 5.30am .
Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.30 a m pAT
October. Sheriff J. Mickler Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke, Arrive River Junction.. 4.30 amarianna. FERNANDINA, FLA., Vl

Escambia. :\ in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank, E.Saxon Brooks- Sumterville. :\[ .......... 2.23 a'm With New York and Fernandina Steam-
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Pensacola........... 7.30pm ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8

10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Ref.'enue-F.. Townsend County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live Ieave1ontgomery....... 8.30 a m a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New ;
Spring Term. ]Brooksville. Oak. Leave Mobile............?. 2.00pm York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.or .
THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m 5.50 p.m. r i
Sprill Term- ]Fort! Dade. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Houston.. .. 6.15 p m With Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
Tavlor Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions Wel- Trains 1 and 2 daily Trains 3 and nah Sunday, Wednesday and
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in u.nTT.T.nn1.._; .>.nnrHF vu.. """v\J.n............x.. hnrn : ; 4 daily Friday.
April. except :Sunday.SOLID: AT CALLAHAN.To .
Madison, 2d Monday in April. County Judge-II. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison, TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. and from Savannah and Charleston at
Hamilton 4th in Clet'k-W'J1l. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak. SLEEPING CARS Tallahassee to Pensacola. \ ,
Monday April.
7.25 and 9.45
a. m. 7.30 and 4.22
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones CONNECTIONS. p. m.
ill April. Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Live Oak. At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by AT BALDWIN, FLA.,

in April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- all points North and East; with, the Fernan- 2.43 p.m.

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Tampa. prise. dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE,
In 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 ;
Fail Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. the St. Johns River. p.m. .* > u

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. 3
October. Clerk,, C. Bird, Monticello. prise. sit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville, With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilte '

Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Scftools-Vf. R. Taylor, Collector of Ret'enue-JoJm B. Jordan, De- Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Gulf and Tampa daily except Sunday.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Land. Ports. With Line f
Stage to and from
u wan nee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Trea3urer-"r.. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw, At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida daily except Sunday. Leesburg: la ,
>n October. ticello. Enterprise. & Western Railroad.At .

Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday in Collector of Rt'f.'enue-Joseph Palmer, Mon WAKULLA COUNTY. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
(I'tober. ticello. Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Steamers ,

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Judge"". A. Giles, Crawfordville. urdays.At for Key West, Monday and 'Thursday >i r
'" October. keenah. SheriffH.. Walker, Crawfordville. Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- p. m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and
LAFAYETTE COUNTY.Coun,1 Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Friday.
tyring Term- JlulgeJ.. Dixon New Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Dtival, sacola. Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
n' / Troy. Crawfordville.
st. John's and all points in the West, Southwest, and West and Havana every Saturday 4
2d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker 'ew Troy. p. m.;
County Treasurer- W. Walker Craw-
Northwest-forming the SHORTEST for New Orleans
('la ,
Friday at 4
> 4th Tuesday in Iarch. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, .jEbTroy. fordville. every p. m.
QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information
hradlford,1st respecting routes rates
Kaker! 2d Tuesday; in April. Superintendent' SchoolsmseyNew Collector of Ret'enue"T. H. Walker,Craw- points; and with the Central and People's etc., apply to .
Tuesday April.
fordville. .
Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A.
Nassau Duval,1st 3d Tuesday; in April. County Treasurer. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw. Apalachicola and Tl esdays and Saturdaysfor Gen'l Ticket MACDONELL and Pass. Agent.,
Tuesday inl\Iar. Troy. fordville.
Columbus and Eufaula. D. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21

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: : THE MIRROR. Fernandina and Quarantine.The J greater majority in favor of abolishing the THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JUNE 22,, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ij>k:: l P Jacksonville papers have recently I quarantine, with the exception of excursion UORSEY'S DRUG STORE. --_ c

i 1-.1 been giving much of their valuable spaceto parties. Mr. Kelly fnade a motion to that .

,;1.1 ,. "J lt :,: i, .00 A YEAR; -11.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Fernandina affairs, notwithstanding the effect. | 11 H 1 Mt 1 lil t

:L ; I ... said that he had gath- ...
: .1 i fact that people outside of the former city Alderman Hoyt t t- ..-4,1 M) ri --

: f ; Reflections. have had good reason to believe that matters ered, in conversation with many prominent -i-
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I I ,.,.; ); Saturday..June16 80 86 ( 85 83 SE.
;,I t in the metropolis needed about much business men principally)' the same opinion. i
!. : Bishop Moore arrived in the city Thurs Sunday ..... .......17 81 87 85 84 SE.
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attention as the 25,000M inhabitants of that Many were in of abolishing quarantine Monday ............18 80 84 82 SE.

,"\1."...I if,1, _, t I', day. city could give them. The papers above altogether, while others wanted it mod- Tuesday-...........19 80 187 18-! SE.

.i; !',. ;fr' f # :; : B. H. Powell, Esq., of Maxville, is in the mentioned have abused the officials of this : 'Vednesday."O 81 88 85 1821 S'V. TRUE

'1'. ':'i : II city. city without stint, and at a time too, when ified.Mr.. Avery-I second f: ,Mr. Kelly's motion. Thursday..21 80 '90 84 83 S'V.
II' h. 4. Friday ...............22 80 RS 8G 81 S'Y.
: ::4; : i ::1 Captain D. Maxwell has gone Middle ordinary people thought the supply of slan- The President think we had better -----

1"' "' I I." .\t1' Florida der of the Jacksonville editors would become have an exprcssioil of the opinion of the<
I" } I Temperance
: 'r exhausted each other. rest of the Councilfirst! before we' MARINE.Port .
;;;,,4 rC: [';1; Watermelons are now plentiful, and bring upon t go any

t ;, ft.:, good prices. Their complaint has been that Fernandinawas further. We cannot raise or modify quar- of Fernandina.HIGH .

11/ I I [ !f getting rich, while the quarantine existed antine by resolutioij. We will have to pass; Is not signing a pledgeor -
Fourschooners are now loading at Broome WATER.
: ::; i-: > at the expense of poor Jacksonville; an ordinance. t solemn oath
: l street wharf. i Saturday, June 23...... 9:53: ..M. 10:15 p. M. taking a that
; 't'. )= but in that have there Mr. had found the "
1 all they published King people pretty Sunday, 24.1040 10:58" cannot:: be kept, because of
.yJ Thursday the thermometer marked 90 has never appeared a line to show how our well divided. Sonje) wanted it taken off, Monday, 25.1129 11:49"

J I t.; :.:. :,f" in the shade. quarantine affected the trade of Jackson others wanted it kept{ up one or two weeks Tuesday, 26...... 0:00 0:23": the non-removal of the cause
f Wednesday, 27...... 0:47" 1:20" The to makea
t: ,J 4' ><:..!','ii'' :, What 1 about our Beach Road? It is verymuch ville. The fact is that Fernandina's quar- longer but he was Jof: opinion it might be< Thursday, 28...... 1:46" 2:19 a way

'j'',''!h.:.11.. .. needed. antine, if interfering at all with Jackson- modified. Friday, 29...... 2:48" 3:22: u man temperate is to kill
101} '.1 '" j(',, The State of Texas carried forty-nine passengers vile business, has done so less than that Mr. Williams wad not in favor of modify- the desire for those dreadful
t' i: ENTERED.
: :,. '. on her trip North. of any other town. The Fernandina author- ing or abolishing tie quarantine. He had artificial stimulants that car-
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l' June 18-S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett. Sa-
ities have acted exactly in accordance with known where small-pox had been importedinto so bright intellectsto
: "'. ;J j; The two nines of the base ball club were ., vannah; with freight and passengers ry many
the wishes of the here and their in trunk of two
". t" t. !il out practicing yesterday. people action a town a. clothing to C. A. Haley. premature graves, and
} "; \ in this matter has the unqualified approval months after the disease had been stamped 18-Sch. Mark Pendleton, Warren, desolation strife and un-
? ; : .'f; ,. Father Spondonari was a passenger by the New York : general merchandise ,
tb1' .'Ii 1' of this community. The private out in the place where it originated. into
r : State of Texas this week, en route for Italy. i to Fred W. Hoyt & Co. happiness so many
i .:/ t I ;r letter of some correspondent here to an Dr. Pope, who .Jias been acting as city' 18-Sch, Chas. Moore, Adams, Wilmington families.

c 11 ".>, (' .. A large party of colored people picnicked attach the Herald, which was evidently physician, and whcj was present, was called ; ballast, to master.

/ '" i.i: i :'_ at the new picnic grounds at Buena Vista intended to show that differences existed on. He stated thatjthe! medical men of the< BrigAngelia, Evans,Philadelphia.
It is a fact BRowN'sIRovBirrERs
'' ballast to master.
",.''I,1' .i : :Monday. among our officials, was uncalled for, and, city were united inthe opinion that it was; 20-S. P. St., Nicholas, Dennett, Savannah ,a true nonalcoholic -

,: .., :i; i:, The vegetable shipments from the line l of as far as we have been able to learn, reflects perfectly safe to modify the quarantine, so with freight and pas- tonic made in Baltimore

'. .;0.. i.i p' ,, sap the Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad only the opinions of the writer, whoever he as to let people c me by train who could sengers, to C. A. Haley. Md.by the Brown Chemical

; c continue large. may be. show a certificate of successful vaccination. 20-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 Company,who are old druggist -
l '' h
l :- H tons New York ; freight and -, and in particular -
: : ,:,f:! !:;. J. W. Bushnell, chief engineer at Wildwood The papers of Jacksonville (for we do not He would not allo 4 any bedding, old clothing passengers, to R.W. Southwick, reliable, will every, by remov-
: believe that their silly twaddle has voiced old furniture* to be brought here. He
,c'. I; "J preparing to push forward the extension or agent. ing the Craving appetite of
a;; I:,r;1 f r t of the road. the sentiments of the people of that city) thought it necessa, however, to keep the 22-S. vannah P. St. Nicholas with Dennett and, Sa- the drunkard, and by curingthe

1' may thank their stars that the. authorities inspectors on the lridges, and stop all per- freight pas- nervousness, weakness
: f.t; 1 F. B. Pap, General Freight Agent of the sengers, to C. A. Haley, agent.
and ill health result-
of Fernandina are not the vile and unrea- sons not known tote; residents of this coun- general
i'f ":, 1 JH Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad, has CLEARED. from do
L .. p sonable men they have been pictured, else ty from crossing over to the island. ing intemperance,
t I; r J gone to New York. 16-Sch. Jennie F. Willy, Chadwick, more to promote temperance,
:. 1': I the quarantine, which has now been modi- The President -I think the quarantine New York ; lumber, by :Mizell in the strictest sense thin

':. :r;: : 4, It is so very pleasant on our island that fied, would have been continued much might be modified:but we should not be in &,Bro. other means now known.

ht::i < :. .i. i r 1" J' we hear of but few parties who are going longer, in continuation of their alleged a hurry. Why should? wn do what the Jack- 18.-Sch. Louisa Frazier, Campbell, any
ir.. ,". *.4 I '4 North for New York ; lumber, by W. B.
.,., : :f programme of spite. sonville authorities refuse themselves to do., C. Duryee. It is a well authenticatedfact

,' t 1 ,{ The closing exercises of St. Joseph's Academy Their ministers ani. not allowed to hold ser-- 18-S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett Savannah that medicines
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r'' ';: \ it .:.1 will take place at the Convent Thursday Apples in June. vices, nor do they.permit large assemblagesat ; with freight and pas- many ,
To show that apples can be successfully by C. A. Haley. especially'bitters, are nothing -
'' sengers
,0( : : June 28, at 8 p. m. night. They dqn't allow any excursions
w ti : P in Nassau Mr. 11 20 S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett, Sa- but cheap whiskey vilely
i :. t r t} Pu The Jacksonville District Conference of grown county, on Thursday either in or out of the city. I must confess vannah ; with freight and pas-
..,. .' Kydd placed on our table a Floridagrownapple concocted for in local
1 ",! the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, that I do not thin all danger has passed. sengers, by C. A. Haley. use
6 't. which is as fine a specimen of the 21-Sch. Silas C. Evans, Sylvanus, New option countries. Such is
Alderman then introduced an ordi-
,\ : j. :i meets in this city on the 12th of next month. Hoyt|
.; fruit as we have seen grown in Florida. It tile ordinance York ; lumber, by Hilliard & not the with BROWN'SIRONBITIERS.
," f' ", C. R. Jeffreys, E3q., and lady, of Jacksonville nance repealing establishing Bailey. case
is of the variety commonly known here as
B arrived on the Slate of Texas this week quarantine. The ordinance passed its first 22-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 It is a medicine -
iv, : 1.d't the "horse-apple measured 10 inches in
: taken to tons, New York freight and
but when.ihe was putit ;
York and at the reading, a cure for weakncr ;
from New are stopping ,
; \ circumference, and weighed 6i ounces. It ,by R.W.Southwick,
r on its second reading, which, under the passengers and in the
; Strathmore. decay nervous,
,1 "\ was raised by Mr. W. W. Farmer at Hart's
.' .tj: rules, requires unanimous consent of the 22 S. P. St. Nicholas Dennett, Sa-
muscular and
i ", ;;, Captain Joe Parsons, who went North Road. If apples like the sample exhibited digestive or-
.' 'U" board, two of the aldermen voted nay. vannah, with freight and pas-
+I1 1,; :' t :, it; ;. some three weeks ago, to purchase new machinery could be grown here on a large scale, and After a good deal:of discussion another or- sengers, by C. A. Haley.IN gans of the body, produc-

: ',J 1, ; for the tug Athlete, returned on the we see no reason why they cannot, and dinance was introduced by Mr. Hoyt, modi- PORT. ing good, rich blood,health

,<, ,. .,'.t: :: ).'I'."' Texas this week. marketed at this season in New York, they fying the quarantine. This was read the first Brig G. W. Hall (Br.), McConnell. and strength. Try one. bot-

r. :.'. ": ; .. : Mr. Samuel A. Swann has] erected,for private would net fully as handsome returns as time. When the vote was taken as to its second Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell. tle. Price $boosSUMMER
f" Brig Soberano (Sp.), Rosin de Don.
I: t F0 .J use, on Amelia beach, a little beyond oranges. reading all the aldermen except Williams Brig Angelia. Evans.

: : f it : the Strathmore, a row of bath-houses and a The "Mirror" Explains.If voted aye, and tI ere seemed to be a good Sch. Mark Pendleton, Warren.

">,. ', 'x .. :, i) b F: platform for picnic parties. the Times-Union and Mr. Koerner are prospect of Council's adjourning without Sch.Sch. Tom Chas.Williams Moore, Adams., Wheaton.

,f: p :;; \ ': Masters J. George Snhrer and John Kelly as extremely anxious, as they appear to being able to come to some conclusion. Sch. A. L. Green, Elwell.

<: ;. :: ar i who have been attending school PioNono have the public think them to be, to know While all the rest pf the board were willing Sch. Parole (Br.), Smith.

l : I .I College. at Macon returned home Thursday upon what authority the Mirror published to modify, Williajns was as dogged in his
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f." > : '' ., for their summer vacation. the statement that Mr. Koerner had temporarily determination to fcjeep it up. On the assurance The Femandlna Laboring Society.To .

+, .' ; ) s ,I Rev. A. A. Robinson, pastor of the Methodist moved his office from Jacksonville to of Dr. Pope t Chat there was no danger the Editor of the Mirror : BOARD.

'. :,.'i Church, left on Monday last for Manatee Fernandina, we beg to say that the state- under the modified quarantine, he was We beg a small space in your valuable DESIRING TO FIND SI73I-

"i : i where he has his home. :Mr. Robinson ment was made by Mr. Koerner himself in finally prevailed o.ti to withdraw his objec- paper for the publication of the by-laws of PERSONS in the up-country can secure

: will be absent about two weeks. a public place, in the presence of a represen- tion, and the ordinance was read the second the Laboring Society of Fernandina, Fla.,in pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle,Tennessee -

f ', ; j tative of the Mirror, as well as in the pres- and third time and, passed. It will be foundin compliance: with the law under which this by addressing MRS. H. B. KELLS, Mount
Mr. W. C. Crum, formerly publisher of Tenn. The location is the
Eagle, on plateauDf
;,: ence of nearly a score of others, having in another column; society was chartered, requiring the publication .
r the Cumberland Mountainand cool
the Rochester, N. Y., Express, paid the Mirror very
c his hands at the time packages which he The clerk read ajtelegram; from the Acting of its by-laws: and refreshing.
tj a pleasant visit this week. :Mr. Crum is
.!f: : stated to be evidences of the fact We make Mayor of Jacksonville to Mayor Haley, asking Article 1. All foreman's wages shall be Board $25 to $30 per month, in a pleasant

.r<,'1', on his way to Tampa, where he owns prop- this explanation solely because the veracityof if the authorities would receive a committee two dollars and seventy-five cents per day ; amily. Daily communication with Sewa-
:: shall receive dollar the location of the of the
I .;. .' .;t erty. the Mirror is questioned.The of the Jacksonville Board of Aldermen the men following one nee, University
and seventy-five cents day. South. 28
i .1 :: The beach,this warm weather, is the favorite for the purpose of obtaining some relaxation Art. 2. Any member per violating article 1

i ; resort. Day and night crowds may be Fernandina Base-Ball Club. of the quarantine regulations.The shall be fined one dollar. i
f. 00 : seen disporting in the surf. The livery stables At a meeting at the office of :Mr. R. W. clerk was instructed to furnish the Art. 3. In case any member of this Society
f w't ti Southwick the two base- shall get sick or accidentally hurt he shall --------- ----------
.1 are doing a fine business in conse Tuesday evening,
first mail
Jacksonville authorities, by ,a certified receive the sum of two dollars per week
'; quence. ball clubs of this city consolidated under J. H. PRESCOTTDEALER
PP ,1. copy of the Ordinance just passed. from this society.Art. .
w'' .i Mr. J. C. Lanier, of Leesburg, has been in the above name, and elected the following Another telegram, with the answer of the 4. It shall be the indispensable dutyof
all laboring in this Society to give
: the city in the interests of the transportation officers: Mayor, was read j; from Mr. J. A. Mercier, ) men
its members they can.
.,;f "fi i"fi of the products of the orange groves at the Fred. W.W.Southwick Hoyt, president.R. vicepresident.Jas. agent of the Sea Inland Route,asking Mayor Art. 5. There shall be no talking, smoking -

fZ i J"fI "Bend." He says next season one person Menzies, secretary.C. Haley whether passengers from Jacksonville or chewing of tobacco in time of meet-

t ,, i i alone will ship over 30,000 crates from that W. Maxwell, treasurer.C. oing to Savannah would be interfered with ing. Any one violating this article shall be IN

I :' I section. W. Stark, captain. when returning. [Mayor Haley's reply was : ; fined twenty-five cents.
Quarantine is i against persons from Art. 6. These by-laws can be amended at
: ( Owing to the illness of Rev. H. S. Yerger, A challenge was issued to the Tallahassee Jacksonville, wh her they come here director any regular meeting of this Society with
I base-ball club, to play a series of three otherwise." : two-thirds; of its members present.Art. .
the pastor, no services were held at the Presbyterian !
i friendly games, the first to be played on the The action of the Mayor was approved. 7. All men working at night shall
Church last Sabbath. Services tomorrow
;, receive the sum of twenty-five per
in this within
i' r; i will be at the usual hours 11 o'clock grounds city two weeks. The Florida Canal. hour. SAM COOK.. President.

,; ,' i a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The Council. FRED HUNT, Secretary.
tt Fernandina Fla., June 23, 1883.
e Mr. Chas.! F. Smith,Missouri, this week
t In another will be found one of
1 purchased of the Florida Land & Immigra-
SONVILLE. the most interesting letters which has yet Nassau Fibre. Ladies',
'j I tion Company a large body of land between ,
t The regular meeting of the City Councilwas appeared on this Subject. For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto Misses',
w Callahan and Dutton, on the Florida Transit sale
( else in use. For by
ati, held Wednesday evening. Present : Avoiding the regions of poetry, and what. anything Children'sand
:!1 Railroad. Mr. Smith intends to go into June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.
the manufacture of lumber and will erect Aldermen F. C. Suhrer, P. Kelly, G. F. we may call in ;these[ days prospect rial Infants',

I immediately a saw-mill for that purpose. Avery, O. MacDonald, Peter Williams, Port fiction," Mr. Gamble seizes on the most Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. Men's,

;. King and Fred W. Hoyt.A prosaic facts and Accurate: figures, and marshaling A meeting of the stockholders of the Fer- .Boys'

r P))1 ; The steamship State of Texas cleared from bill of George Smith, for boarding and these With s singular clearness, nandina Lyceum Association will be heldat and Youths',

I this port yesterday morning for New York, nursing John Jackson for two weeks, was shows to the least conversant with commercial their hali on Monday June 25th, 1883, at

1 with the following cargo : 5,563 melons, referred to Finance Committee.The : problems or Statistics, ,the absolutely overwhelming 8 o'clock p. m. A punctual THOMAS attendance KYDD is FINE

4,771 packages vegetables, 1,644 logs cedar, bill of Fred W. Hoyt & Co., for mer- advantages presented by General requested. Secretary.,

310 cases cedar, 50,000 feet lumber, 201 chandise, $5.95, and of Sam Major, for clean- Sillmore's Bars Canal, as compared with

packr i ing drains, $1, which were referred at the -. Well, no [:scientific or practical engineer Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. SmVVmc: : :

: ages merchandise, 62 sacks cedar saw-dust, last meeting, were ordered paid.A has yet ventured to stand sponsoror Tracts containing twenty acres each of

a4, i ir is 06 empty kegs. bill of John A. Ellermann, Sheriff of "The-Trail-Rfdge{ super-quicksands-over- suitable choice, high for orange hammock land on and Orange truck Lake farm-, Butt B Ihra Lass L nm
: Nassau n \= :; ;
For the better protection of the many county, keeping prisoner, amount- ime-sinks-shoal-larbor-ship.: canal." ing, are now offer lOWing These landsare f
ing to $1.15, was returned for correction.The very for transpor-
.. : ladies and children that are now seen daily will be sold
Committee on Ordinances presentedan List of Letters tation, by water or rail, and on ANDI
s i bathing in the surf on Amelia beach, it has terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-
in the Post-Office at Fernandi-
ordinance in relation
to which
been suggested that the proprietors of the dogs, was tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
i read the first time. na, Nassau county, Florida, June 23, 1883.'ergons G. R. FAIRBANKS =
.... Strathmore Hotel, the Atlantic Pavilion, calling for these letters must say large -I I SLIPPERS I -
Several committees were granted further advertised February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. -
and Sweeney's Idle Hour, drive stakes be- : -
yond low-water mark, and provide them time to report. Alford, D. H. ] Kennedy, S. J., Jr. For Rent.A .
Alderman Hoyt's report of the Baker JohnIacintire., Pario
inspectionof j
.". "with life-Hnes, as at other summer resorts. very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof New and Popular
the condition Jharbery, Joseptl1eans, Victoria Embracing
: : sanitary of the fourth district JOHN HEDG,
S4 Mr. John Colville, a prominent millrnan was read and ordered filed. Dunn, John 31. 1; Ordley, Joe January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.
0 ,' Grant William 5 O'Neil, Margerei
'-.. of Wilmington,N.C.,has been in the city,in President Suhrer then stated that he Green,, Harriet :I Phinney, Harriet SrYI.ESGENTS' : t -

the interests of dealers in pitch pine lumber. should like general expression of the boardin Galdagan, T. :I Rogers, Mrs. John T. Livery Stable at a Bargain.I

'W Mr. Colville is the gentleman in regard to regard to the quarantine against Jack- Hoyt, Lilly T. j i Ruce, Thomas offer at a bargain my entire establish-
Hendson, George Sans, Richard ment in this city, consisting of Carriages,
; whom the Times-Union made
so much ado. sonville.Mr. .
Johnson, Nora Samuel, Henry Buggies,Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage FURNISHINGAND
t He expresses himself as perfectly satisfied Kelly said that he had taken the Jones, J. J. .! White, Edward W. Horses, Harness, etc.

'1 with the treatment he has received at the trouble to go among the merchants and bus- IIEL|) FOP. POSTAGE: Terms of purchase, CASH.
1 I hands 'authorities, the Times- iness men of the city, and had felt the J. A. McDaffie, New Orleans, La. Office and Stable First Street, near Broom

I Union to the contrary notwithstanding. public pulse," as it were. He found the j SAM'L T. RIDDELL, P. M. Street Wharf. 46 BUJ3EEB; : : OOOIDS-

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