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 30, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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STATE NEWS. one coming from Lake Beauclair and the THE FLORIDA 57/11 CANAL. The principal stockholder in five Connec- VIENNA.

other from Lake Apopka, have met and the ticut cotton mills declares that they are run-
A new cotton-gin and grist-mill is to be lakes are now united by a canal, thirty feet ning at an actual loss, and would be shut if
established at Marianna by Messrs. J. C. wide and six feet deep. The small dredge : the companies did not dislike to stop their :
Davis & W. O. Keeling. boat has been withdrawn, and the larger is employ means of livelihood. VIENNA, June 8. 1833.
To the Editor of the Mirror : ,
the East on its back, but doing a little dredgingat The latest improvement in locomotion
Work on the new building of way This unfortunate scheme of-late is obtaining There are now ninety-three police and on ,

Florida Seminary at Gainesville, was com- some places where necessary, as it goes a rather unpleasant notoriety. Even its three roundsmen on the Brooklyn bridge the European continent is the Orient Express :-'

menced Tuesday. Mr. J. 0. Goodall is the along. By the cutting thousands upon birth was accompanied by numerous disa- force. Twelve of these are ex-officers from ," or quick railway service between

thousands of acres of overflowed lands have the New York and forces. Paris and Constantinople,by way of Vienna
contractor.The vowals, and the solemnity of; the christen- Brooklyn Fiftyof
been redeemed. Land that during high the six feet in and Giurgevo. The first train of the new
Gainesville Bee says: It is reportedthat ing ceremonies in our legislative halls at men are over height. -
water was completely and in low water service, which for the is to F
a force of 250 hands commenced cutting Tallahassee was rudely shaken by the dis- are provided with uniforms, and all present run
Rowland's partly submerged. Land that is as level as are furnished with clubs. twice a week, left the French capital last
the right-of-way the claimer of Senator Cameron and others, as
a floor, is covered with pig weed, millet and Friday at seven p. m. The "con voi," con-
Bluff Railroad, this side of the Santa Fe to having part or lot in its paternity. The Planters' Cotton-Seed Oil Works, in
saw gross-which grow to an enormous sisting of three saloon carriages, fitted with
river Monday.The Since that date there seems to have beena Algiers, La., was struck by lightning duringa
height-and which is the rookery of birds forty-two beds, a refreshment saloon and
Pilot is another "growing unpleasantness" among the storm Tuesday evening and set on fire and
Mdrose and Lake Region and water fowl for six to eight months feed vans for luggage, so arranged that the baggage
favor in the field of "Sairy Gamp," who had charge ,of the unhappy entirely destroyed. This was the largest f, :
candidate for public on the saw grass and wild millet. An ex- could be examined in the vans by the l
is five- bantling, which has lately culminatedin cotton-seed oil mill in existence. The lossis
Florida journalism.! The Pilot a amination of the soil to the depth of twen- custom-house officers at the frontier stations -
Melrose Mr. J. a total rupture of the "Gamp and Haires roughly estimated at $1,009.000, includingthe
column folio, published at ty-one feet has been made, and it was foundto thus avoiding the delay and annoy-
announced editor and combination, with the result that unless building, stock and machinery.A .
A. Matthews i& as be composed of decayed vegetation, dead ance inevitable when the traveler's "imped

publisher.We birds and water fowl. Thus this immense something quite unforeseen" turns up, this Galveston, Texas, dispatch, dated June iments have to be removed from the train r

( are glad to announce that efforts are tract of land, twenty miles long and from unfortunate deprived of father, 23d, says: "Private advices from Vera Cruz in order to undergo what is a futile search.
mother and sponsors, to say nothing of the state that fever is
yellow fearful
being made to keep the Pensacola Advance- one to three miles wide, has been redeemed. making There is no change of train from Paris to
pleasant little endowment of forty millionson .1
Gazette-the suspension of which was an- Land that will produce crops, and is espe- ravages among the Europeans and Ameri Giurgevo, and the entire journey from Paris ito
( ) is likely to die of inanition.
paper Ten deaths
cans. from the
nounced last week-afloat under a new cially adapted to growing sugar-cane. Besides were reported Constantinople can be completed in about
When the ever-to-be lamented
management. The Advance-Gazette has done I this, the cutting of the canal will give disagreement hospital yesterday and 1,000 deaths have seventy-five hours.

:, good service for that city, and deserves the the inhabitants of the Apopka region bet- this ill-starred took place undertaking in the domestic,and its councils commercial of- occurred during the past two months.Dr. Things have vastly changed for the better

support of its citizens. ter transportation facilities and more direct god-fathers and god-mothers seemed Edward Lasker,distinguished Ger- in Southeastern Europe since Lady} Mary

;, communication with Northern and Western man Liberal statesman,arrived in New Yorkon
Summerlin Brothers have bought 500 more concerned as to the amount of the Wortley Montagu made her memorable .3
head of beef cattle from Captain John Les- markets. Boats are to be put on lakes endowment available for distribution the steamer Werra last week. His visitto journey via Vienna to Constantinople. Lady kx:

lie. This firm paid out from the 11th to Apopka, Beauclair and Dora, running to amongst the parents and guardians," than America is for rest and recreation, and to :Montague writing in 1717 did not think 1''>
Tavares where the be transferred study, at leisure, the political institutions of
1 the 15th inst., $19,250 for cattle raised in produce can the development of their interesting charge, much of Vienna. The splendor and luxuryof
this couniry, in which he is inter-
; to the cars of the Transit & Peninsular deeply
Polk county. There has gone from Polk we were assured (hat despite the appar- the Imperial Court she frankly admitted,
ested. He will remain here five months.A .
Railroad and then reach its destina-
county, from the 1st of May to date, $46,000 can ently desperate state of affairsand the pal- and remarked that she had been more than
tion without being rehandled ; or it can be rather extraordinary of weatherwas entertained with fiftdishes of '
worth of beef cattle.-Bartow Informant.The pable struggle over the endowment fund) once meat
sent via the St. Johns & Lake Eustis Rail- there was yet vitality in,the"" object of their experienced at Chicago :Monday last, all served in silver and well-dressed ; the

American bark Azor, Haines, master, road and the St. Johns river. It is only a affections," and the public were referred to beginning with cold wave at midnight Sun- dessert proportionate served in the finest !t'china" '

from Pensacola bound to Aspinwall, laden two hours' run for a steamer from LakeApopka. Governor Bloxham, under whose fosteringcare day night and lasting until dark Monday The street of the town however ,
with a cargo of lumber, ran ashore on the Tavares. The canal will be The
to pub- '
the object of interest1' had been evening. mean temperature was about she found so close and so narrow as to impede -

Quicksands on the night of the 11th, and lic property, the company which dug it placed from its infancy, and who would 50 above zero. Fires were built in many the view of the many and magnificent ..., ..
was taken off by the wrecking schooner looking to the land for pay.Tat'ares Herald. offices and
doubtless certify as to the soundness of its private houses. Winter under- palaces of the Archdukes and the nobility ;
Cuba She arrived at this the 18thto
port on
Volusla.The constitution, vitality, probable longevity, wear and top coats were in much request.In and she adds : "As the town is too little for
settle salvage and find out what damageshe
has received. The vessel is leaking firm of fish fertilizer manufacturers, etc., etc. This well-meant, but unfortunate, accordance with the action taken by the; number of people who desire to live in t s"it

badl '.-Key West Key. operatingat New Smyrna, is said to be doinga candor, has been painfully'disill usioned '' the last Congress, President Arthur has the builders seem to have projected to

business satisfactory in every way. They by the distinguished authority alluded to. issued an executive order promulgating the repair that misfortune by clapping one

Mr. N. B. Harwood has a plantation at make immense catches of fish, as high as No note or comment of ours shall mar the changes in the Internal Revenue Depart- town on the top of another, most of the t
the of the Halifax and Tomoka
junction 300,000 a day, just outside the Inlet, and thatis straightforward narrative of the Tallahassee ment. The order takes effect tomorrow.The houses being of five and some of them of '

rivers, Florida, that contains 12,000 orange I the main thing. Their facilities for work- Floridian, beautiful in its simplicity. We number of districts is reduced from 126 six stories. There is no house that has so

trees of all varieties, and a pasture contain- ing up the fish are excellent. They have a reproduce it verbatim et lileratim, feeling, as to 82, a reduetion of 44. The amount saved few as five or six families in it. The apartments .'

ing 10,000 acres, fenced with barbed wire, in large three story building filled with machinery we "close the interview" that 'the last has by this reduciion is estimated at $200,000 of the great ladies, and even of the E
which he has several hundred Berkshire
'I. for handling and preparing the fish. been said. annually. Ministers of State, are divided but b)' a par- i ,

hogs and many sheep. He raises the approved They are first put in vats and cooked and The Governor of the State joins Senator tition from that of a tailor or a shoemaker. t. y s
It is asserted that $30,000,000 of .. -----
for his cattle, and for hishOb'S EngtiI.capital -
grasses then are subjected to pressure to extract the Cameron (et al.) in repudiating, not only invested 'in American It is worthy'of curious remark that tne
he grows chufas, cassava and corn. was cattle strictures passed by the fair critic of 1717 on 4c '
the unfortunate one"
oil, which is manufactured by itself. After per se, but all
ranches last
Between'fifty and one hundred laborers are year. There are now in theW'
expressing the oil the fish are laid upon a its complicated endorsements and endow- the inconveniently crowded condition of
employed,and are living on the lands which est agents from several large institutionsin
platform covering about a half acre of ground, ments, present and (but mostly) prospec- Vienna would have applied with scarcelyany 'r
and Holland
were planted in cane and cotton fifty I England buying up water s
years where they dry preparatory ,to further ma- tive, as well as the passionate ravings of its alteration to the Austrian capital of
The remains of the old sugar works, privileges, and it may be safely estimatedthat
ago. since when the Karnthcr
nipulation and final shipment North, where unnatural sponsors.At twenty years ,
destroyed by the Indians in 1836, are still to an equal amount will be invested this
and the Graben the most fash-
they are combined with more concentrated present there seems as little chance of
be seen. Mr. Harwood came to this State year in the same way. Already the largest A
and the Archduke ,
fertilizers, after which they are put upon the its seeing one dime of the apocryphal: forty ionable thoroughfares
ranches in the controlled
from Minnesota some three years ago. country are by ,
and the Munsch the most aristocratic -
market. We are informed that they have millions as there is of its making a single

We are informed that the unusual spec- over 200 tons stored waiting shipment. The mud pie out "of the millions of cubic feet foreign capital.A hotels in the Kaiser stadt. The won- '

tacle of a water-spout on Lake Monroe was terrific occurred derful horseshoe boulevard, called the Ring
I company is having an iron steamer built to to be shoveled by Count de Lesseps' mons- explosion Friday morn-

witnessed by a number of our citizens one i take the place of the wooden one they are ter dredges" (two of which, we are gravely ing of last week at Blast Furnace No. 5 in Strasse, with the Danube canal at its base, fi .

day last week. We did not see it, greatly to now using and which is not strong enoughto I told,) "with a capacity of 5,000 men, are the North Chicago Rolling Mills. Thirty- has now completely revolutionized the

our regret. It was also seen from the Enter- stand pounding over the bar. They em- I soon to be at work on the summit of Trail : five tons of molten iron was scattered in architectural aspect of Vienna, which has t

prise shore of the lake, and was quite near ploy from fifty men up, rough hardy fellows Ridge." Heaven save the mark! I every direction. Two men were horribly become a city certainly surpassing Berlin, .'.V i.,F

that shore. It was first; seen near the mouthof burned and fifteen less and in rivaling Paris, in t ,
from the North. The fish are caught in All this, we say, was to have been; but more or severely; many respects

the river, and passed in a northwesterly seines half a mile long, very much as herringare read the interview of the Tallahassee Flori- but only two are thought to be fatally so. splendor and luxurious elegance. Colossal

direction, finally disappearing near the taken. It is a business capable of indefinite dian with Governor Bloxhain, and then ad- The accident is believed to have been caused hotels, new opera houses, theatres, muse-

northwestern shore of the lake. It is vari- expansion and the men now en- mit that for a parallel case of unfortunate by a defective flue in the steam blast, which ums and picture galleries meet the eye at ; F

ously estimated at from two to five hun- gaged intend to still further invest. Our parentage, unnatural treatment, and tragic became clogged and melted. every turn ; and all that Vienna seems to F ;

dred feot high, and, as usual, of a funnel or informant judges the present investment in denouement, the history of the Florida Ship The succession of colored cadets at West need toward the enhancement of its prosperity 'ru

cone shape. Oliver Johnson, who was out machinery etc., to amount to $50,000 or Canal most aptly compares with the marvelous Point is evidently to be kept notwithstanding is a considerable augmentation of the q
on the lake in a boat, says that during the more.-Enterprise Herald. career "Jinx's Baby." the bad fortune that followed the periodical contingents of tourists. Some .

passage of the cloud there were six water- It having been published that, the incor- two or three colored youths who attemptedto pleasure travelers may be apt to think that >.
pouts.-Sl1ifurd Journal, June 21. AN ELEGANT porators of the Florida Ship Canal had Vienna is a long way off. Geographically {
push their through the Military
There is a pond lily grows in the watersof taken every step in the matter, with the way it may be so ; but by steamboat and railway r.
advice and concurrence of Governor Blox- Academy. The name of the successful youthis
Melrose Bay and along its shores that is the journey from London to the Ring Strasse :,; :,
THE HOUSE EX-SENATOR YULEE IS BUILDING AT ham a reporter of the Floridian called William Waitli, of the Oberlin District, :
a curiosity and of than that official can be accomplished in something like thir
worthy more a pass- WASHINGTON. upon to inquire what truth f
Ohio. He is a dark mulatto, moves quick, '
ing notice. The leaf differs from the com- I Washington Post has this descriptionof there was in the statement. The Governorvery ty-five hours. A lightning express has .c = r
has a bright intelligent countenance, and I
mon pond lily leaf in being perfectly round the handsome mansion our ex-Senator is promptly replied that the ineorporators just been organized, leaving Vienna at a t
erecting at the National Capitol The had never consulted him in any of their kinky (hair parted in the middle. His voiceis
and not slit in it and : to four in the afternoon. The Aus-
having a the stem quarter
movements and that he knew
architect Mr. Charles nothing more
Read, Jr., yesterday pleasing, and bis demeanor is that of a
grows out of the centre of this perfect circleof obtained a permit from the Building Inspec- of the project than other citizeris-and all who has been tro-German frontier is crossed at Passau at
gentleman carefully
a leaf. Another peculiarity of this plantis tor's office for the structure. The plans he knew was from the public pre s ; that he young nine p. m. By one p. m. the next day the '4 k i
had never been asked for his advice in brought up. He passed a very creditable
that water thrown upon the leaves acts submitted to Mr. Entwisle show one of the matter connected any traveler is at Cologne. By seven p. m. he is!' ;1 1at
with their organization
most complete family residences in the dis- examination.
with the peculiar motion that quicksilverhas trict, in some respects excelling all others. and knew nothing whatever of their plans ; FOREIGN. Brussels, and at one the next morningthe $! .

when put on glass, and has the appear- It will be 45xGO feet in area, three stories that the assertion that the company acted train arrives at Calais pier, where the

ance of that mineral. The flower does not and basement in height. The location,}is on with his "advice and concurrence1' was an Forty-seven lives were lost by the burn- steamer is in waiting to convey him to +t'

Connecticut avenue, between Nand 0 streets entire mistake, without the slightest grounds ing of a theatre at Dervio, on Lake Como, '
rest the water but that Dover from which place he by express ,
on blooms on a stem I just north of Lieutenant Emery's house I for the statement. Indeed," said the Gov- goes

rises to the height several inches, and has. and opposite the British legation. The ex- ernor, "there has not been thtJ-!. slightest Uppei Italy. to London. There is only one examination t

a golden yellow hue. This curious plant is terior will be noticeably handsome even in communication between the conipany and Baron Rothschild's carriage at Vienna is at Cologne going out, and at Passau &w

. not found anywhere else in this section, or that neighborhood, where each house is a myself upon any question, either "as to the lighted by electric light. The apparatus is coming home ; although the Belgian and
organization, plans objects, "anything
new revelation in modern ,
any other that we can hear of except Wood's Two bay windows, gables towers architecture.projecting else"Floridian. ::. beneath the coachman's seat, and the light, French dounaniers at Verviers and Lille r;

Pond, in the State of New Jersey, and all beyond the roof, a portecocher of elaborate ALEX.'"CURTIS. which will burn 100 hours, within ordinary make a humorous pretence of looking into

efforts to make it live when transplantedhave design, combined with the finest pressed St. Marys Ga., June, 188S. r carriage lamps. hat-boxes and carpet-bags, ostensibly for

so far failed.-Melrose and Lake Region make brick, brown stone fine and terra cotta, will Cholera has made its appearance at Da- I I the purpose of discovering contraband goods, 1
a remarkably appearance. Every NEWS NOTES. i
Pilot. part of the mansion is to be finished in first t I: mietta. One hundred and thirteen deaths but practically for the purpose towards detaining ,

Duval. class style. The estimated cost of the build- DOMESTIC. occurred from the dread disease in one day. the traveler long enough tc induce i

Last Thursday night a negro boy about ing is $40,000. Cathedral glass will be freely( President Arthur has reappointed Mr. J Damietta is a town of about 30,000 inhabi- him to eat and drink something at the local .
used whereever i it is needed to
ten years of age, name unknown, was effect. produce an H. Durkee, as United States Marshal for the" tants, on the right bank of the Nile, in buffets. Finally, luggage can be registered ;, ;

stabbed and killed by a white boy also Entering by a carved-wood doorway a Northern District of Florida. \ Egypt.A through from Vienna to London, and vice-

about ten years of age, by the name of large wainscoted entrance hall is discovered.To The Democratic State Convention, which versa ; while, if the traveler takes a berthin i ,ti
German economic writer that Rus-
the right of this is a parlor 17x24 feet in says "
, Johns. It seems that the murderer and size; leading from this is a music room of met at Columbus, Ohio, on the $lst inst., sian gold mines yielded last year$36,400,000. a "schlafwagen, he need not change

another white boy were playing together, about the same dimension, a conservatory nominated Judge Hooley for Governor.It The great increase in production dates from carriages once during the journey, and be

when two colored boys came along. The running along the side of both. On the is will find that the conductor of the sleeping #.
that the largest ivory factoryin 1877, when the Government abolished the
four got into which resulted in left is the library 16x16 feet in area, Beyond car has an ample provision, at moderate f
dispute, this is a stairway leading from a second the world is at Centrebrook,Confu, where heavy tax on gold mining. The output
and rated :
of wines beer
- Johns prices spirits ,
drawing a knife and stabbing one of hall in the centre of the house. In the rear sometimes $125,000 worth of ivory is bleach- promises to become very large indeed. ,
the colored boys through the heart, killing of all is a spacious dining room. Near this ing. \ water, and will supply him with coffee and ., -

him instantly. A coroner's jury was im- is a passenger elevator, the only one in a :. The Journal Ojficiel publishes an accountof hot rolls in early morning. The Orient tP
Reports from the floods caused b
paneled and i private house in the city. Opening from rising the quantity of gold and silver money Express twice a week will be a wonderful ,
rendered verdict of murder.
a the library is an alcove leading on to a of Western rivers state that the< damageto
John arrested and last his cosy coined in France from the year 1795 to the boon to people who wish to go to Constan-
was at accounts balcony facing Dupont circle. The second crops, stock and other property will
_ parents had not succeeded in giving bail.- floor is a duplicate, in point of arrangementof millions. aggregate 31st of December, 1882. The gold and silver tinople in a hurry ; but the facilities offered ;, : '

Times-/ Union, June6. rooms of the first floor, except that over coins amount in the aggregate to 14,242- by the London and Vienna express should ,i ;

the main entrance hall is the ex-Senator's: Senator Rollins is losing ground, steadilyin 103,968 francs, 35 centimes, for the period be as highly prized by pleasure tourists, who .1
private office, leading from the main cham- .
Orange. ber. The sanitary, heating and lighting the New Hampshire Legislature whichis given. The gold and silver withdrawn from have grown weary of the Rhine jaunts, the r 1

.3 ry: The Apopka Saw Grass Canal was completed arrangements! are to be in the best modern now in session and is to elect life succes- circulation in the time represents 293,249164 ,- Italian lakes pilgrimage, the Riviera trip, "'

last Friday. The two dredge boats, style. I sor. He cannot win. francs, 22 centimes. and the regular Round." +


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w.i : ;1 f. .,t f 0.V A NAUGHTY BOY SLEEPING. \ window looked into the village street. the look of pain which passed over Pascho's round St. Ives Bay." think out the terrible new fact that she had
r4" .1"7 1. ,, ''I Nothing was to be seen but one or two face. What business, hej;thought, had John At this moment there was a knock at promised herself to John Kernick, and that
I'M .";' .1 I \4. J Just then I missed from hall and stair twinkling lights down the village ; and the Kernick to come courting all the way from the door, and Tannin and her motherstarted. Pascho would hear of it on the morrow. J
,, i l t ') A joyful tread that had grown roar of the wind as it howled up from the Port Gavorne-wasn't th re any girls there John laughed out loud.
1 :),a l ,f .,: 11 As dear to me as that grave tone Port was almost terrible to bear,even thoughthe and at Port Isaac'for hin< I'll go, missus: and open the door; thatis CHAPTER III.
tl \ .: i : .f That tells the world my older care. girl felt safe enough in her own home. Poor Pascho rose and muttered a kind of if Tamzin will come and show me a Three days passed, and Tamzin had
h;" ;. t "John Kernick will come," she said to good night, even though'the old folk both I light." seen either of her lovers. John not
1 '\" ; f And little footsteps on the floor herself slowly ; he said he would. He bade him to bide a bit, but all the time he Tamzin was by no means loth, and the Port Isaac, and Pascho was not was busy at
4 ; ea 1 : Were stayed. I laid aside my pen. won't think much of walking from Port .. was saying to himself, -No John Kernick two went into the front room and undid seek her out since the news had likely to
It in
1 ; 'I'. i '' Forgot my theme, and listended, then Gavorne ; even if it were worse than this he is right ; there isn't another like Tamzin, the bolts. It was only a neighbor, who the village that Tamzin Richards had spread
II': ; at last
'i f t!., Stole softly] to the library door. wouldn't." At this moment there was a and I could walk a heap of miles more than wanted a pennyworth of peppermint. Tam- made up her mind, and that John Kenutkwas
\J I I :'it .': l(:, ; knock at the door, a knock which most he does to see her, but I just happen to live zin gave the required drops, and the cus- the successful man.
: : l .J.,.. t 1 So sigh no sound!-a moment's freak likely would not have been so easily heard two doors off, so she doesn't take no heed of tomer departing, she found that John did What made it harder for Pascho
to bear
,a ;. 'f i t Of fancy thrilled my pulses through ; Tamzin had not happened to be in the my love." not mean for her to return to the fireside at that the
i .,. !'}.;; '" *' Ifnoand yet that fancy drew front room. The warm blood rushed to By thi's time Tamzin had; opened the door, once. was into neighbors put a tone of gentle
b, '.. ,f .. 1 !, A father's blood from heart and cheek. the girl's cheek, but suddenly forsook it and a loud hearty voice pealed out above I Look here, Tamzin." he said, taking her pity the bitter their conversation but trying so to
f H"" : again,.as she murmured : the noise of the elements. I hand, .' what do you think I came all the sugar pill, not succeeding very
'! I ,. : : t. And then-I found him. There he lay, "That's not John Kernick's knock ; he Here I am, Tamzin ; I wager you didn'texpect I way from Port Gavorne for to-night?" well.He
f i t"J. ," Surprised by sleep, caught in the act, makes a noise one can hear when becomes." me this rough night. Tregeagle is I don't know," said Tamzin, blushing. remembered the vision of the Dead
.i Hand. Ah that had brought him ill
: The vandal who had sacked luck.
f' t. } rosy With agile fingers, Tamzin unfastened the howling himself hoarse. over the moor ; John laughed.
i '; ,f is F r:;: His little town, and thought it play. door and opened it carefully, asking in her every demon must be after him." Bless my soul, Tamzin, I declare womenare had Men committed said it was suicide the hand and of for a miner that
i I;. ," and not musical voice "I knew would "said Tamzin that there's with a moment
: come,
: ', quick very you ; queer no keeping up
The shattered vase the broken jar there came a temptation from the devil to
i- ;
; "Who's there r and bv the tone of her voice one could make them. Don't you know I came here to get
: A match still smouldering on the floor follow this example, but Pascho shook his
: i r, ; know Tamzin?" answered a that she her Head I'll
"Don't you sure tossed even thoughit your promise? just marry you off in
; ; shoulders if to cast out the
inkstand's big as
The purple pool or thought
;( ,: gore ; voice not for further invitation dark. Then certain little scuffleon the and ,
; scattered and far. man's as, waiting a was by a spring, get a cottage down at Port and said to himself:
\ r The chessmen near he in and shut the door John's could'guess that he also Isaac and be the sailor's
fr < '*' r. stepped ; part, one you'll prettiest I'll be a man, anyhow and bear it likea
}: albums and in so doing he came in contact withTamzin's tried to come into close proximity with wife for miles round. You've just got to
1' ;: ;t Strewn leaves of lightly pressed man. After all, if Tamzin can be happier
r: fingers as if quite by chance, and Tamzin. : say' Yes.' and the thing's done."
wicked of the woods best
t n i This ; with him, it's as it is."
t <.l ; household suddenly grasped them and held them tight. It was just at that moment that Pascho "Oh, but John, I can't say 'Yes,' said
In fact, of half the goods On the Sunday, however he met Tamzinat
f ; ; ,I" :l done Pascho Fu said Tamzin them and went out with terri- Tamzin half It will break Pascho's
'f" Have e. slipped by a smiling. -
and heir His
::. I. This son was seized-possessed. church. seat there was just behind
t. .. quickly, and this time in a low voice. "Can'ta ble feeling at his heart and low murmur on heart-him as has known me ever and the
h. : hers, girl never heard a word of the
t, r.1t .' ;. ;: Yet all in vain, for sleep had caught girl shut the door without having her fin- his lips. :. since we was children." service from the time she was aware of his
:' : The hand that reached, the feet that gers squeezed to death ?" "It comes of living two doors off," were "Break his neck Why, Tamzin, PaschoFuge's Coming out he joined her
: t t '";, W, strayed; "I meant no harm, Tamzin," said the his words, as he let himself into his own heart ain't made chancy.. He that usual presence., and Tamzin felt thankful that John as
I ; ; .... ; And fallen in that ambuscade voice in a far softer accent than Tamzin's. cottage where he lived with an old mother wins wears, and he's had an uncommon was safe at Port Isaac.
L .i J J'' The victim was himself o'erwrought. There was almost a pleading tone in the few and sister. "Ay, sure enough, it all comes long time to win you, and seems but a poor Tamzin's heart had been very heavy since
r ; ;: ii words, which any woman would have no- o' that." : hand at it." that Wednesday night, but she was too
What though torn leaves and tattered book ticed, and which Tamzin, not being less There flashed into Tamzin's mind the proud to show it.
t', .'t. 'J' Still testify his deep disgrace? clever than the usual run of her sex, certainly CHAPTER n. many acts of devotion shown to her by Good morning, Pascho," she said pleas-
i t ; I stooped and kissed the inky face, heard, though she would not heed it."Who If Pascho thought sadly, not to say jeal- Pascho; his unfailing kindness, his earnes'tlove antly.
r CE With its demure and calm outlook. is it?" called out old Richards from ously, of his rival that niglit, he would have his gentle heart. Once he had sat up Good morning, Tamzin ; I hope ycuwere
.:;f f. '.. the inner room, and Pascho was forced to been comforted had he seen that that for many nights to nurse her father, thoughall none the worse for the storm. I hear
1 ,,' ,. : ; Then back I stole, and half beguiled go forward, thus losing all chance of anymore self-willed beauty Tamzin? did not allow the time he had to work hard by day. the sailors talk of bad weatherstill to co 111 e."
i" I rt": My guilt, in trust that when my sleep private conversation with Tamzin. the sailor to be more familiar with her than Truly he had proved his love ; it was only The rest of the small congregation had
. 'L Should come, there might be one who'dkeep "You bring a mighty rush of air with he had been. If a women! has two lovers, her vanity that had prevented him winning dispersed before they spoke again and thenit
Y ; .. you, Pascho" said Mrs. Richards, greetinghim it is by no means always easy to tell which before John had come on the scene, and the was Tamzin who broke the silence.
t <, ; : An equal mercy for his child. in the way we speak to people we see she prefers. On the other hand, if an out- greater boldness of the sailor had made her 'Von't you wish me joy, Pascho?'' she
t r.. t. ,1 .: -Bret Harte. very often-that is, without troubling them sider had been asked to settle the question forget Pascho's unwearying devotion.All said in a low voice-she wanted to get Pas-
with much inquiry about themselves. "I this time John Kernick had hold of
1 .1' r 6 after looking at the tvTo men, on first cho's reproaches over.
.., t i. : TAMZIN'S CHOICE. was saying to Tamzin what a bad night it" thoughts, or without thought, no doubt he Tamzin's hand, and was gradually bringingit "Ay, that I do, Tamzin ; you're not goingto
.. ;' ., I, ",'. was; and there's signs about, that there is. would have given the preference to the one into close proximity with his lips. Tam- doubt that? I'd rather you was happy
:1.: 1 .}' *. It was an awful night by sea and land ; "Ay, that there is," answered Pascho, sit- who now settled himself clown comfortablyby zin remembered that Pascho had tried to do than myself. But I will not deny that it'sa
l f'f' all the day long a fierce northwester had ting 'down in a chair Tamzin carelessly the Richards' fireside, E mt\ in such a wayas the same, and she had drawn away her sore trial.'*
i, : : swept across the Atlantic, driving the waves brought forward for him. It's a roughish to see Tamzin's face. \ hand, but now it was passive, nay powerless "I never promised you nothing, Pascho."
' ', c till at last checked night, but I've seen worse ones though, Mrs. John Kernick tall and manly in John's grasp.
: : ;. before it with angry fury, was strong "There's none that blames you, Tamzin ;
; 't f9, 1',1''j ; in their wild course, they roared and broke Richards.' with the jollity belonging to: his calling, and It's the sweetest of hands" Tamzin, but least of all myself. I know I'm not worthyof
J All the time Pascho was speaking he kept none so sweet as lips, and he made a
..t in columns of foam on the bare and savage with a certain devil-may-Care courage which your you. You re not like the common run
r f cliffs::! of North Cornwall. Trevenna, which, turning round slowly in his chair so as to always has a charm for w men. He owneda successful I raid in that direction. of women, while there's nothing but what's
J ; i';. unlike many of the villages on that coast, catch a better view of Tamzin, for that :small vessel which was usually employedin "Don't," said Tamzin, ready to cry be- very ordinary about me; but all the same I
r ; ', Y ;I'. does not nestle down in a valley between young woman had perversely placed herself carrying slate from PoH Gavorne to va- cause she felt so powerless and because would have loved you with no common
"i l:; the rocks, but lies exposed on a bleak headland just behind him. Pascho was a big, fair rious destinations, but hi had other business something told her that she was going to love, Tamzin. There, I shouldn't speak so,
f j ''iij. felt the full sweep of the storm. man, with a red beard and soft mild blue as well, and did a little honest tradingon yield and say "Yes." "Indeed, John, I I know, but a man can't change his heart
', : #" Some ten minutes' walk from the village eyes, with a far-away look in them. Thoughhis his own account, and;now and then a can't make up my mind. There's a deal I and mine has grown and grown every yeara
' i R !lay the Port, a singular haven ; for, besides size was formidable, the expression of little trading that would mot bear the adjec- owe to Pascho, and he loves "me so much." bit bigger for love of you."
5 i-I. a huge rock in its very midst, it was lined his face was as gentle as a child's. Some" tive honest before it. "And don't I, too, Tamzin ? "Oh, Pascho, don't talk like that" saul
t i'l}, I with boulders, while the fishermen's boats might have called him "a bit sheepish Coming one summer dAy into Trevenna Yes, but perhaps you'd get tired of me. Tamzin, miserably.I couldn't help it:'

t, i\ .\Il. i n-: tliat belonged to the place were hauled on when they saw him, as at this moment, sit- port, he had caught sight of Tamzin Rich- I Tell me", John, am I the first girl as you'veloved ', Well, we won't talk of it then, Tamzin ;
: 1 .. to a sort of shelf half-way up the cliff. ting in the same room as Tamzin and breath- ards, and from that minute John Kernick ? but you just understand that I wishes you
.f."J :.L.. There was no such thing as pushing off a ing the same air. But Pascho was not at all determined to make her his wife. But he I never loved none like you, Tamzin" all the joy woman can have with a true
f .: boat at Trevenna; it could only be letdown sheepish in reality ; not one of the quarrymen soon found that there arejtwo people in this But you've loved others, and Pascho"- man, and that's a deep kind of joy-as deep
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P }. / by a windlass from the rocky ledge at high could excel him in pluck when there bargain, and Tamzin was not the girl to be Have done with Pascho," said John, as one of our quarries as far as I'm a judge.
:. I ) tide. was need for it, nor could any keep a cooler won in an hour ; besides, ;Pascho Fuge was angrily. here, Tamzin,as I told you Just to prove it to you, my dear, I'll do my
i I d j f1.lf: Leaving the Port behind us, a very.steep, head or steadier hand when being let down first in the field-he had loved her from afore, it ain't every man as would have best not to envy John Kernick. His vesselis
: : i stony road leads to the village, and in the the face of those terrible slate quarries almost childhood, and every one' in the village taken such a walk just to see a girl ; but coming to our quarry on Tuesday night
:: I I.:< : first cottage on the edge of the tableland overhanging the sea, and in which he knew he was sweet on Tamzin." What I've done it, and I'll do again just to catch if it's fine weather, but he'll take up his full
s (r. ::. 1 lived the prettiest girl in Trevenna, gifted was now at work. Many time had Pascho did this matter, however, to the bold sailor? i a sight of your. face. But it is going to be load round Trevenna Port. I'm going in
i.',: ,.: with that beauty which can at times be received a cheer from his fellowworkmenfor He felt sure of success, and knew that Tam- I Yes' or No' between you and me to- his boat round the point and into Trevenna.for .
i '4.1 t, l found in Cornwall, reminding one that the some feat of extra boldness, performedwith zin was by no means insensible'' to his::! night. Come, my beauty, say' Yes,' and the master says there's not a better hand
i ,., I t. ,: coast population has had many a foreign intermixture that quiet, meek look on his "face. charms-w'hat girl could He? But this girl we'll be married as soon as ever the spring at loading than myself on the works."
i .; ; s of blood, which has left a still "He's brave, and no mistake, Tamzin was superior to any he had ever seen. conies round, and then"The very thought Tamzin was seized with a nervous dread.
) _--. toad once said! but I wish he looked it made John put one arm round Tamzin's
i, unuomeraiea "meUI1"t..IJ 'Inhabitants.Tatnzin He had walked over this very evening to Suppose the two men should come to words ;
i r. ; Richards was an only child, and more. He's not like John Kernick-he's show her that for her sake he could brave waist, while with the other he raised her suppose they should fight about her; she
; : her parents, no wiser than parents usually brave and looks it, every inch of him." the elements with ease, i>;\y with pleasure. head so that he could look into her face. would never forgive herself if kind, gentle
1! j' are, doted on the girl and spoilt her unspar What were you saying about signs, my Tamzin said you would come, Captain There was such power, such passion in the Pascho was hurt all along of her. John
x : ': ingly.1 Now that evil was done, Tamzin son ?" asked Richards, rubbing his knees Kernick, and she was righi. enough' touch that Tamzin was cowed,almost fright- Kernick was such a hasty-tempered man,
: : always took her own way, and heeded nothing and looking at the quarryman with inter- "I'm sure I didn't careJnother," retorted ened. What might he not do if she said and not to be crossed, as she knew. Even
i I ; est the mysterious and the terrible had a "No?" Oh, he loved her, and she loved
\ iF that was said to her. A strong self-will ; Tamzin hotly. \ now Tamzin felt her power over the man
r r. f: :I had this Cornish maiden ; born within strange fascination for the old seaman. Even "It isn't many as woul+l have come this him-at least she was proud to be loved by who had been faithful to her so long.
k. 7 s sound of those wind-tossed waves, the very Tamzin now deigned to come forward, so night." said John content dly," and that's him ; a man whom all the girls set their Pascho, Pascho" she said, promise me
; i r\ that the light fell on her face, and her dark at the master of a vessel a rich man,
'. : : freedom of the elements had found a rest- the truth. \ caps ; ; one thing ; promise me that you'll have no
:.J; '. \ ing-place in the nature that could be but lustrous eyes looked up into Pascho's with You are very brave, Jihn Kernick"saidthe as men went about there. How could she words about me with John."

ti? ; J : i seldom led and never driven. Quick of wit real interest. girl ; it isn't many tliat would have hesitate? Pascho laughed a bitter laugh for such a
';' : : ; she was and of temper, perfect in health, in Is it a sign you've seen, Pascho Fuge? walked from Port Isaac oil such a night as "Come, Tamzin," he said, tightening his gentleman."You .
:., ';' t figure and in feature, brown and tanned it she asked. this," and she sighed, thinking of something grasp, while he drew her closer to him, "say needn't fret yourself about that,
'.' : 1' r is true, but that suited the dark shining Yes," he said, slowly ; it's I that have she would not say. ; Yes.; and let's seal it with a kiss. It'll be Tamzin. John's yours now, and I shan't
jI'. t I eyes and the crisp curly hair that clustered seen it-the Dead Hand. He paused, and "There's many a one \\-lio would do it if the best night's work I have ever done. lay a finger on him, you can guess that
R-t. : : i the effect on his hearers was as thrilling as "John, do leave me! I can't." "
. : .); : '((1 round her small head. he was to see your face at- 'other end, Tam- without my promise.
t: .1 ._ Old Richards had once been a sailor, but he could expect. Tamzin's eyes dilated visibly zin," said John, with a road smile. "I Bless my soul a woman's 'Yes' is hardto And with this Tamzin had to be content,
',:" ;. j f having met with an accident he had set up while Mrs. Richards shuddered. wager you could,tell me o(another as woulddo win. I'd'rather run a boat-load of spirits only when she parted from the quarrymanshe
I l'',. \ ; "r a small shop-that is, he had filled his cottage Are you sure of that, Pascho? It's an as much." ; ashore in the teeth of them Government went and shut herself up in her room
: window with various bottles and articles evil sign," said the old woman. John was well acquainted with the quar- chaps ; it ain't half such a tough business. and sobbed bitterly.

: :]}.' : } of value in a fishing village, and had "Just as I was coming:: down the quarry ryman's devotion to Tahizin, a devotion Tamzin' here's your' last chanceYes' or "Oh, Pascho, poor Pascho if you would
-j i 'I I turned tradesman. this afternoon I looked up a minute and which had grown-up' witfc him, and which 'No? If it's''No, I won't answer for the but forget me ; but I know you won't/

: 1' 4 .. Tamzin scorned the shop, and allowed saw in front of me a hand-a right handitwas even the neighbors: :spoke ,f as a thing everyone consequences." On the Tuesday the weather was calm
a ., her father to do the counter-work. There nothing more-grasping the rungs of knew: For this verf reason, perhaps: These terrible consequences held over enough, and the slate loading was accomplished -
"" "' :- was that in the girl's nature that despised the ladder I had let go ; it followed me all Tamzin turned a deaf ear(o Pascho's words. Tamzin frightened( her. She knew she had from the quarry overhanging the
: anything so safe and free from danger as the way down, holding our miner's light She never said him really nay, but always encouraged John and if she said him nay sea without any very great difficulty. Pas
i, : z shopkeeping. Still she was glad enough to between its thumb and finger, and, as sure put him off with the pleajthat she was too she might never see him again ; or he mightbe cho Fuge worked with a will,but every now
'0: I spend the profits on her person, and many as my name is Pascho Fuge, that light was young to marry or to knoty her own mind. reckless and fling himself over the cliffon and then he and the other men who were
!,;. ;- :, ; ;: ': a gay knot of ribbon that went to adorn the bright enough to guide me down to the very Tamzin's parents let her please herself; indeed his way home, and she would have his helping John Kernick on the vessel glancedat
cut Tamzin's fin bottom." she would have done had they death on her conscience. the and out to each other
1,. : t : little brown neck was by so even sky pointed cer-
'; :. : .'.'. gers from the store in the one box which What do the miner-folk say it means?" interfered, and. like wise people, they madea Oh, John, don't" say that' please. tain indications of rough weather, saying
( contained the vanities of old Richards' asked Tamzin, almost softly. Pascho noted virtue of necessity. \ "Then it's yes? there was mischief brewing.
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4;: ; ,,?; -; j I :; shelves. the tone, and would willingly, had he dared, My girl has got to life with a husbandall Yes. murmured Tamzin, faintly ; and John saw them, too but he would not
j: ",, .' ,!1'-iI At the back of the shop was the real sit have grasped her hand again and covered it her life, just as mend Thomas have the word was followed by one of those kisses heed ;them : he was bent on putting i'uto
'". ; ,..'' looking out toward the cliffs::! with its small him. him for herself; not but $lat we liked Pas- women like Tamzin. It meant such pos- had promised.
H M latticed windows deeply set in the thick "I am notgreatin meanings, Tamzin," he cho best-a kind o' mild ian that will never session, such a lording it over other folks, The weather will hold out till tomorrow -
i : mansonr)', otherwise they could not have said laughing ; "some folks say it brings get into trouble with the minister, and has and all her life the girl had prided herselfon and we can run her in before twelve
long withstood the winter storms. harm to the man who sees it, but my fathersaw plenty o' speerit when it.is; wanted, but is her independent spirit. There was a lit- o'clock to-night and load her," he said, con-
Old Richards' face was bright and handsome it twice, and died in his bed as quiet as not always a showing it off in fair weather." tle sob as she disengaged herself from herlover's fidently. sail her around the pointas

-evidently Tamzin took after her father any one. It's my belief it depends on peo- Tamzin was a very reserved maiden, and embrace, hearing sundry impatient soon as this job's over. There's grog
; while her -mother, who was almost a ple's eyes ; some have a power of sight in no one could make outi what she really calls from the other room ; but in her mind waiting for you up at Trevenna, boys, so
; nonentity, except as far as she was bound their eyes, while others have most none, except thought about the matter;but the neighborssaid floated the thought,' "What will Pascho work away.John ."
,c,4, up in her daughter, was certainly not distinguished just enough to lead them to put the she ought to take Pascho, he that had say? Poor Pascho !f" did not know that Pascho was to be
z ; .. by any personal beauty, and this victuals in their mouths." worked and waited for J her from his birth "Tamzin and me have agreed on it," said the man to accompany him ; he had bar-

;; evening she sat knitting in the corner of a I expect it is," said Tamzin, looking for up. They even told PascJio so; but with a I. John, taking her hand .as he proudly en- gained for a quarryman to help him load,
,t.a I fireplace, every now and then looking out the first time straight into Pascho's blue smile he would shake his;,head and say- tered the sitting room. You've no objec- and when the work was done he was by no
t of the window, from which Tamzin had orbs. "Your eyes have a look as if they* Tamzin ain't like other, girls ; she's a tion, I hope, Captain Richards? John Ker- means pleased to find the big Cornishman
'' drawn back the curtain, shaking her head saw heap more normost people's, Pascho. deal of spirit and a big heart ; but she must nick's wife will have as nice a house and as coining on board his vessel.
at the weather in a kind of deprecatingmanner "And so they do," said Pascho ; and then choose her own mate. She ought to knowas fine a dress as any in Port Isaac." Mrs. "Are you the chap that's going to help us,
as much as to intimate a gentle re- softly, so that in the din of the wind only I am ready to work anl wait for her till Richards looked up surprised and scared. Pascho Fuge?" he said sulkily.
t '';: monstrance with the elements. The talk Tamzin heard, he continued ; they always she gives the word ; but I;m not the man to John Kernick was not one of your quiet Yes, Cap'en the master sent me," was
of the three might have been a little diffi see you, Tamzin, afore them day and night; make her take me and tl en repent herself men at all."Dear the straightforward answer, which there was
F''" cult to catch for any one unaccustomed in the quarry and out of it, they see your afterward. me! Why, I thought you was a no gainsaying.
I to the accent, and for the sake of lucidity loving face and your eyes. There isn't an- If only Pascho hadn't had that meek, pa- seeing about the shop, Tamzin. But there, You're not much of a hand with a vessel
r. i we will spare the reader the real dialect, other as has your eyes in Trevenna, Tam- tient, waiting spirit, andhad; told Tamzin one can never tell what girls may be a-do- I reckon, said John contemptuously ;
, t_ : which ran somewhat like this : zin." she must choose once and for all, what ing. One thinks them busy over the counter it wants a deal of pluck and sharpness."
S .,' Ay, it's fearfu' night, Tamzin. I've a My cousin Sabrina has my eyes, folks might he not have gained ? But no, the and they comes in plighted !" I've been a quarryman most all my life
." fancy Jahn Kernick won't be a-comin' tocourage- say ; just the same pair over again and big, burly, soft-hearted qrtarryman was not Mrs. Richards: talked somewhat at ran- still I'm not quite ignorant about a boat"
t' night ; az time may be taken oopelsewhere," Tamzin laughed merrily, so that every feature one to win a woman by storm ; and some- dom, being so taken by surprise. returned Pascho. It wants a good head in
,. t said Mrs. Richards. was lighted up by her radiant smile, times women do not understand patience. I will give thee joy of it," said Tarazin's our quarry, and a good head in one place is
r i You might 'ave said, mother, he'd been and seemed to intimate bv their expressionthat Supper soon followed the story of Tregea- father. "I allus thought as it would be a good head in another."

,,j +r afraid to have com'en out at night, it laik'd folks might say so, but Sabrina could gle's labors, and every onr forgot in the bus- Pascho ; but there's no telling what a wo- There's a nasty breeze getting up." said
j : ', I c. but thicky to the tale. Shall I go and axes not really be compared with her. Pascho iness of eating, except wHen now and then a man will do. The last one gets the best John, crossly ; "we'd better get her well
him az reason ?" answered Tamzin, scorn- thought just the same ; poor fellow, if he blast more furious than usual howled round chance, like in a donkey race.'' out from among these rocks, and lie to till
j fully. had but been the only one to think so. the caves. .". Well, I must be starting back" said it's time to run her into port. Heave, ho.
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; .. I never'n said as he laiked Sabrina is not fit to hold a rushlight to "God save them at seal"! said old Rich- John, not listening much to the old folks. boys !1"
r Tamzin ; but it's an awfu' night Looken you, Tamzin." ards reverently. "Them's, plenty of our I can't tell when I shall come again ex- It is wonderful in how short a time a
at the keendle-teening, child." The rushlight brought back the idea of men that choose this sor o' night for their actly. There's the minister's slate to be storm rises on that coast. It takes but little
f Tamzin and her father both cast their the candle, and the candle the thought of own bit o' trade, and sometimes we never shipped here next week. But we must wait wind to lash these seldom peaceful waves
eyes toward the guttering candle, the former the light held by the Dead Hand. Tamzin hear of them again. There's Carlyon now for fine weather and a good tide for that into fury as they dash against the rocks.
:, ',.' with half a smile of scorn, but the latter looked grave a little ; she was even going to has taken a run to BristoJ ; it's to be hopedhe job ; about next Tuesday maybe it will suit.I Tamzin could not stay quietly indoors
4I s; :','. with a graver look on his face. say something pleasant, or so it seemed ain't a making his way back to-night. shall see thee then. It's a ticklish bit of this evening as the wind rose softly at first
i "'! i, .. Keendle-teening a bad sign, child," he from the look on her face when a loud There's more chance r>f his landing his work running a vessel into Trevenna port.I then getting higher, till, as on the eveningof
0. 'c' said solemnly ; u it's a sign of folks in trou- knock was heard. This time there was no merchandise if he is," ; aid John medita- often say I'd as lief run my cart twice into her engagement, it howled like demonslet
ble and spirits a-knocking about a place ; mistaking the sound, and Tamzin jumpedup tively, "for those spyi $ Government fel- any other port along coast as once into Tre- loose. John's boat was to come in with
', :'. when they once begin theirn games they quickly. lows won't like putting ilheir noses out 0' venna. Well, good night:: Cap'en. You'll the tide and Pascho was in her. How would
< won't laive mun alone at all." It's John Kernick !" she exclaimed, regardless door much to-night. I1)assed one when I come and see me out, Tamzin." they weather the storm, and would Pascbo
_' "Jahn Kernick is not a man to be af- of Pascho's presence. "Didn't I came along as could bately keep his flesh Once more at the door, John thought it keep his promise?
:' ..frighted at nothing,*' said Tamzin, but her say he would come, mother?" In a mo- from blowing off his bones, and what with his duty to steal another of those kisses he I'll not go to bed till I've news of them"
t ? voice was not so assured as before, and she ment she was in the front room without his great hat and his bit Jul got up and went into the dark shop whose waiting for an answer, and without seeing like the Lady with her Juntern as they seer frightened and subdued, ran away to bed to going to be an awful night, and how will
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they get into any harbor? It were late A sudden gust of wind drove the vessel cut, and I did it! There's no lujpe i for him ceived John Kernick standing by his side Professional and Business
afore they put off from West Delabole." To right into the tiny port and against the dangerous now !I" iTamzin.gave Welcome back, my son," said; the old Cards.
which Mrs. Richards answered : rocks we have mentioned, on whichit I a little shriek, frowned, it man, nodding.Vhere hast thou been al!
It's not fit for you to sit alone, Tamzin, now remained fast, washed from stem to is true, by the noise around l her, but she night? It was a bare chance for thee yes- E. LEROY JONES, M.D.,

but if you like you may get Sally Rogers to stern by the breakers. wrenched away her hand. j i ter-eve, they say. I've been seeing one oi f
come and stop with you. I'm not going to Not one of the crowd of sailors present expected "You've killed him, John KeJ-nick Let your men, who told me all about it. He HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, .
stay up, I can tell you. I feels my rheumatism for a moment to save the vesselallwere me go 1 I must save him, or die jvith him !I" came here looking you."
coming on." only anxious for the lives::; of the five John held her back by main foj-ce. "Hark, The ordinary tone did much toward restoring Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua,

So Widow Rogers came in when the old men on board, but these were just beyond girl it's too late; the rope's snapped. Curse John's presence of mind. How's
people retired to bed ; not that they had any reach and at present all their efforts were me if you can !*' j Tamzin?" he said slowly, though he found FERNANDINA, FLA. i

real fears about Tamzin ; she would take being directed toward flinging rope across True enough, a low groan or 1isappointmeut it hard to speak her name. Calls answered promptly day or night and t
care of herself as well as any woman for the boiling chasm of water that separatedtheir and despair burst from th crowdand ''I heard Tamzin a-coming down just Medicine furnished without extra charge., 4

miles around ; but it was as well to think of friends from safety. some one near Tamzin said : now ; maybe she's in the back room. Go in, Office hoursa.. m. until 8 m. 1 to 2
; p.
what people might say. The moon burst forth suddenly as Tam- "Pascho Fuge is lost. The rope's:: cut, anche's my son; the old woman's a-bed to-day with and 7 to 8. ,1y1VM.
"Thev'll never try to run her in to- zin pushed her way on to the landing place fallen back into the sea. God have the rhenmatiz, so I'm the stay o' the.tiouse ;
said Rogers when she steppedin. mercy on him, He was most :nigh spent but Sally Rogers us a helping hand
night, Sally and beheld the foaming below her, while gave B. C. DURYEE.
She was quite a young woman, and a just opposite was John Kernick's vessel, just*. now. Tamzin gazed wildly) John. last night-a kind soul is Sally, but she's
friend of Tamzin's. The "her" was John You've murdered him, John:. Kernick !" gone home now."
looking as if each wave must make an end COMMISSION MERCHANT
Kernick's boat, and, of course, the widow of it, and send its planks drifting asunder. she exclaimed. "Leave go of pie! How John Kernick did not hear half these lit- GENERAL ,
interest in Tamzin's dare you touch me? I never want to see tle homely words he only took in that
took special young "Try again, mates, cried a Trevennaman ; CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT l
man having quite veered off from poor once more hurling with all his might you again !r' Tamzin was in the back room alone. He
Heaven help the man thus seized with would go and see her, and then fly forever 1
Pascho."John's. weighed at the end across the FERNANDINA
a strong rope FLA.Hay .
I. the terrible demon of jealousy Heaven
fearless answered Tamzin from Trevenna. He walked
very gulf; but botli wind and wave were againsthim across !
looking out anxiously at the driving clouds and it fell short. help him, indeed, when, having satisfied the shop and opened the inner door, and Corn, Oats
which swept rapidly: across the moon. If Save them-you must savethem: !I" cried the feeling of revenge, he finds the fearful there sat Tamzin by the window, her backto
any man can save his vessellJe.ll do It-but Tamzin, and though her voice was drownedin flood of remorse let in to drown his soul !! him, gazing out with a terribly sad and JAMES JlcGIFFINCONTRACTOR 0
there's Pascho on board with him." the storm, the men about her saw her John Kernick dashed away Tanuin's hand altered face on the tiny glimpse of the visi- .
"And what of that? Do you expect bro- distress and pitied her. One or two women when he had led her from the edge of the ble sea which was there visible. The raging / AND BUILDER

ken heads! Tamzin? Faith a man soon now joined the group, and among them was rock, and then, flinging himself up the slip- waves had, calmed themselves ; they were

gets over a'girl's leaving him ; he'll expect Pascho's sister, who had only Just heard of pery path leading over the hill, disappearedfrom now but white horses" sweeping majesti- Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
But Tamzin knew sight. cally in towards the land.
better luck elsewhere. the danger her brother was in. The girl
too well to expect him to get over it her hands as she saw the awful situ- For a few seconds the girl darted after him, The girl did not look round till John Ker- FERNANDINA, FLA.
Pascbp that. wrung then paused and triel to remember where nick said in a low voice : Orders and estimates from a distance care-
as easily as ation of the vessel, and hardly knowing
Come, shut the door," said Widow Rogers what she did, seized hold of Tanizin. Tam- she was. At last, moaning and shivering "Tanizin !" He expected her to turn fully attended to. 25tfO.
and let's sit over the fire and chat.'* zin turned her beautiful face toward her and like a child that has been hurt, she hurried upon him as he knew well that an angry
But though) Tamzin shut the door and murmured: along up the road to the 'illage.and to her woman could do, and he meant to bear her S. OAKES

came into the inner room with her friend, "They must-yes, they must save them !I" home. reproaches patiently, but instead of this
chair for John had said so, and she knew it, too- Tamzin almost CONTRACTOR
raking up the embers and setting a But the woman recoiled. wearily put her hand on his AND BUILDER,
she herself could not sit still, but Pascho could not survive another i immersion arm.
her, Save them Tamzin well
lay, you may
walked slowly along the length of the two that-you that have been nearly the in that awful sea. What; had she heard? "John Kernick, I'm glad you've come. MANUFACTURES

rooms in a fever of expectation. say death of him, with your cruel heart; therc's110t Had John Kernick spoken rightly ? Had he I've been wanting to see you, just to say DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES .
You don't think harm will come to another like Pascho all the country cut the rope that was Pascho's safety? Tan- one thing. .I acted wrong by you; if you

them, Sally?" she asked, though Sally, of round ; but he ain't the same man since you zin shuddered, but at that moment she sinned-and that shall be between you and Post Office Box OF ALL SIZES.
course, could know no better than herself. him." made up her mind irre\"ocablJ'-nothing me forever-I too sinned terribly. Forgiveme 17.1.jan .

Harm What harm can come to them? jilted Tamzin had no time to answer, for sud- should ever draw the awful secret from her John ; last night I saw my heart as it 1 Fernandina, Fla
They'll keep off the rocks and run into Pad- shout rather lips. John seemed suddenly d ad to her, was in reality. I have been proud and vain
there a
denly was a or groan *
stow Port, right enough, never fear." from all huge over and who would think of accusing a dead all my life. -I gave my word to a man as LOUIS A. C. LANGE. .-;
present as a wave swept
i man of murder? Was he not already before touched. but all the I loved
But I've heard John say how hard it is the vessel and broke her as if she had my pride, same .
to keep off Trevenna rocks when the wind been touchwood. But the up tide was still all his Judge? ;: another-him as had been waiting for me UPHOLSTERER.SADDLE \. ) '
Her tottering could make but little him asher ,
is dead steps so long ; voice falteredI
agen you. of the sailors and the moon
favor happily
How you do go on about your John, in brilliant. way. and in five minutes she had accom- shall see in Heaven. John Kernick, and for Foot of Centre Street,
mindful was yet plished but a third of the distance. Still whom I must wait till I die. Give back FERNANDINA
Tamzin I never was so of my !'' cried the men. "Now's me FLORIDA. ,
poor Jacob, that's gone,afore I married him, the"Ropes time mates ropes if they can keep afloat five the wind howled, and still it j bore to her my word, John ; it has only brought evil Furniture repaired in the best manner.
and, to tell the truth, I got to love him a I minutes,we'll save; them." And there, sure ears the shouts from the Port.* Then she on us both. Ah John, I followed his corpse Hair Mattresses made to order at short

deal better after we was married." enough was,, one dark figure rising on the heard behind her the sound of everal foot- last night, and my heart seemed to go notice. 30
"That's not like me," said Tamzin quickly crest of and evidently clinging to a steps hurrying in the same direction as her- straight out of me into his grave, and that's
a wave
standing up !in all her height and beauty, plank. It. was easy now to throw the rope, self. Even before she looked J round she how it will be till the end." DR. W. E. SNYDER, i ''
while her cheeks flushed suddenly ; "if I and what a shout of joy arose when it was knew what it was, and shrank&ack under There's no maid as need marry a mur-
didn't feel all the love afore, I should just seized and how willing were the hands that the cover of a projecting rock frhich over derer," said John slowly, not daring to look o 5
get to hate and fear a man afterward. A hauled the who clung to it. shadowed the path. Then in silence four up. "I'll never wed in this life. I came
woman's but a poor slave at best ; it wantsa Saved up! It man was John Kernick who stood men passed her, bearing between them a but to bid thee good-by,Tamzin. I'm going H ;ri
deal of love to balance the trouble." them little the body decently covered with a sail. beyond the seas. You'll ometimesspeak"U -
It's just a woman's lot to slave for the there for among his apparently fell me, is he dead?" shesaid, hurriedly, ," said Tamzin. "There's some

men, and it ain't so bad, Tamzin, when one worse"John-John ducking.Kernick!I" cried Tamzin, coming out from her shelter and touching one talking in the shop. Good-by, John =
gets used to it ; it's better than being pointed seizing him. "here's's Pascho? He can'tswim' one of the men with her hand. : Kernick. I can't take your hand-not now, .-
at as a girl unmarried." like save him do." The men stared, for they had not! seen her. not yet ; but mayhap some day when I'm .i'J

Tanizin shrugged her shoulders. Such There you ;muttered oath, as John dashed "Ay, ay, he's dead, poor fellow; there was an old woman." Neither of them noticed ..:-
weak sentiment met with no response in her the was salt a water from his hair. The sail- no living any longer in that sea." that the door was quietly opened behind n

breast; love might master her, but not this away ors had closed in again near the edge. Another Yes, he said so, and it is true,"' murmured them ; neither of them for a few secondswas OPERATIONS FIRST-CLASS; 20 years'
folly.Suddenly. head had appeared-another effort Tamzin ; but the men had passed on, aware of any one entering, till suddenlythere charges reasonable. Sets
borne along by the wind there I! was being made to save life. No one noticed walking swiftly and steadily with their burden came the words : of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and 3
came a distant noise as if from the port. Tanizin and John. and Tamzin followed more slowly, and John Kernick I've not come to disturbye every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -

Lord a mercy !" cried Sally, "what's Is that the greet me, Tamzin ; fancied she was going to the church-yard, but only just to shake hands wi' ye. We Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
that? I'm sure it's Tregeagle at his tricks with first way words you given to Pascho and that she was Pascho's only:mourner at must never have hard words again after last made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand
again." ?"your his funeral. : night's work. Shake hands, man The advice free, and willingly given. 10

Tamzin shuddered. "No, it ain't Sally," Fuge Nay, thank God you're saved-but oh, But I did love you. Pascho,'' she said to Lord forbid you and I should have any bit-

she replied, "it's a shouting down the port John, he must not die." And Tamzin fran herself.on1\' I was vain and foolish. It ter feeling atween us." DRUGS MEDICINES ETC.
way." And before many minutes a rush of tically tried again to edge herself in among was you as I cared for all along, .Pascho, my Tamzin stood paralyzed, for there before t
footsteps past the door settled the question, another fel- i dear ; I know it's now ioojate." her was Pascho-nayrnot Pascho.but-his -
as along the village street came the cry, "A the low-creature.men who were It was hoisting one of up the sailors,and Before she reached her own home the wraith who had come to forgive John Ker- :]7 T11I3xii llllD: : : 1&i. --- -- ,

vessel on the rocks !I" corpse and its bearers had disappeared, and nick, and to show how to forgive. John --
he too was received with a shout, as he,
Sally, it's John Kernick's boat, I know like, his, captain, seemed none the worse for. when she knocked and Sally Rogers, all also was too much surprised to take the "tt'4
told there mis- excitement and the hand that stretched out to him. lp
it something me as was his immersion. At the same moment an- eagerness, opened door was DRUGS and MEDICINES
chief to come to-night. I must go down to other man was literally flung on the steps she saw a different Tamzin to the one whohad "Pascho, is it you and not your ghost?" ,

the port, I must.:* leading to the beach and was only just rescued gone out an hour or so before. cried Tamzin, brave as usual, suddenly

It's no fit place for a woman, girl ; before a wave seized him, but he, poor Don't you ask me, Sally ;: I couldn'ttalk seizing his hand. Pascho, speak to me! I
there'll be no standing down there agen this fellow, was stunned, and one arm hung of it just' now: but I will tell you onethingthere's thought you were dead.. HORSEY & CO., n
wind. Give it up-it'll soon end one wayor broken by his side. Several volunteers at many a sore heart in Treven- Xa,', naTamzin, I was slaved ; 'twas

another once bore him away to the village, which ra to-night, but none so sore asmine.; the I poor sailor as was drowned. But had it _
"Look here, Sally," said Tamzin, not been the Lord will I would fain have d
John Kernick's dead then?
was no small act of charity on their part, whispered
!! heeding her words, "you stay here and keep considering that the excitement at the Port. !. Sally, awe-struck. taken his place, save for my mother's sake. =I PHARMACISTS 1=
a good tire and get blankets ready- She and sister troubled when
up you was at its height. "Nay, nay, not John Kernick; but another my was sore
know what's wanted at these times, and I'll : they brought me home well-nigh spent.
"Pascho Pascho shrieked his sister. ; and thereupon she laid her head on the a 's
go down to the port. Give me my jacket "You must save him!*' echoed Tamzin, table aud seemed lost to all around her. But I'm that strong a bit of wetting is noth- Centre Street, A
and my hood, and don't let them know up felt that had ing to me."
I who had now struggled to the edge, while Sally Tamzin seen something
stairs. John Kernick kept close by her side, his terrible ; and though she longed hear the Pascho, feeling Tamzin's hands clasped FERNANDINA FLORIDA g!
Nothing on earth could have kept Tam- round his to his sub- ,
face lowering with an angry, "E'ngefullook. details she would not leave her friend or arm, was warming up
zin back-all her spirit was up. She::) was tease her with questions, but after a while ject. He thought that even to see this lookon r
no longer a weak girl, but a strong deter- "There's another!I" they cried ; "a rope, got her upstairs and undressed her, and her sweet face it was good he had lived. constantly on hand a fine assort t
mined woman, whose whole soul was in a rope!I" Battling, struggling, clinging to a spoke simple,comforting words to her-nay, After all, she did care a bit for him, if not KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -
that boat and yet her thoughts were- mast, there, indeed was another. It would in that waBut he was hardly preparedfor and DOMESTIC
even lay by her for fear she should ,
have been to him hadit
"John Kernick's safe enough he can impossible recognize Tamzin into
; have -proud
visions" of
that dreadful scene, what- pa'
take of himself in but he'Uleave not been for his light reddish hair. Yes,
care sea
any ; it tears and saying:
ever might have been till at last when
Pascho, and there'll be no one knowsas it must be Pascho; and Tamzin stretchedout the storm abated Tamzin, Richards, worn "Than k God a thousand times, Pascho, Drugs and Chemicals,
Pascho's aboard but me. I must her arms toward the man she had dead. John Kernick .i
go. and that are not give
out mentally bodily, fell into a troubled
if she be the
must to
wronged, as one rescue
In a few moments she had prepared her- him. sleep. him your hand ; thl.rt'II11ever be any wordbetwixt Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
self for the wind in a tight jacket and close The Trevenna men, having completedtheir YOU again."
Save him!I" again she cried "he mus'ntdie
hood, and opening the door she found her- ; work of rescue, hurried to their homes God helping me, never," said John Ker
!I" and Goods
self out in a fierce storm of wind with occasional again. These scenes were of too frequent nick, wringing the quarryman's hand as if Proprietary Fancy ,
You didn't take on so about me. Tam- he would it off. Pascho did not
dashes of pelting rain though the wring
occurrence to cause a great excitement, but
zin said John Kernick
moon shone through the clouds at intervalsso angrily, as other in Pascho's house there was no going to bed know, was never to know,.what his life was FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
that at times the surrounding objectswere hands, not his, flung a rope into the seething that night : and John Kernick, ache walked to John for it brought a happiness far bet-

plain enough. ited! water.at such This moment unworthy jealousy, exhib- unheedingly over the high land that skirted ter and higher than his death would have PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
a suddenly angered
All the men in the village were astir ; the Tamzin her soul rebelled it. She the coast, seemed like Cain of old to defy done. ,
news ran like wildfire that a vessel was on ; against the As there was forgiveness for the repentantthief
elements. Terrible is man's remorse, IN GREAT VARIETY. s rt
did not know that John had spoken harsh ,
the rocks, and as they hurried down the and so awful was it to John Kerrrick that on the cross, so surely is there for the
words to Pascho and that there ill
steep path they conjectured where she was. blood between them, the miner was had he could not think of the lesser evil that contrite murderer, or for the one whom God .

"She's::) sure" to have foundered on the been true to his promise, though of keeping the had come upon him, though in a way he has saved from the natural result of his own JPfJ'" Physicians' Prescriptions .!

Island Rock said one. The drownkig man seized the was all the while conscious of it. He"had wickedness. .. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
No, on Barras Nose," said another. peace. rope. killed his rival-aye, and by his own wordsto "Ay, ay, Pascho r uge, there u never oe
It'll go hard with her wherever it be," "Hold fast!I" they- cried- -for fitrpmpnr"nn Tamzin he had forever lost all chance of any more words betwixt us. Tamzin, let reasonable prices ., 4p.a

said a third. Why, here's Tamzin. Lord, wave wasfriving in: and would certainly; I her love. Once he passed by the slate quarries me tell him, don't be afraid of me any more. .

girl! it's not a night for you to be out; go engulf him before they could pull him up. and had he not known every inch of Tamzin's found out as it's you as she loves, DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER.: -
back-go back !" It passed and spent itself against the rocky the way he might have easily slipped over and we've agreed between us it's best so. If
"I must come-I will come!" cried Tam- wall, and then all hands at once hoisted in the black gulf which bordered the path. I have loved her, why, so have you, and PALMER BRO'S,
zin, hurrying on ; "nothing hurts me, and the rope. This required great care, for Pas- more truly, too and may God forgive all
maybe it's my friends aboard. cho could give but little help on his side ; For one moment Kernick thought he our mistakes I'm going now; but just tell 4PHAHMACISTS
he had been longer fighting for life, and was would end life and his remorse by throwing me Pascho, how was saved?" I I 1 II I i ii i ; i i'i' 11 -
Nimble feet on a fine day might make tenminutes' you
himself down one of the black pits, but he
exhausted than the other when it
more two. "They were hauling the I II
up rope
work of getting down to the port, .dared not face death and eternity with this *
"Thank! God!" said Tamzin got cut the rocks, and I fell back. I
but to-night the wind was so strong that it with a sob in burden his conscience agen
on no, even thoughhe _
; _
her voice drew him myself over then for lost, as I was well -+ IM) M { +-
was a hard matter for a woman to stand as they to the foot of now and then half fancied that he him- gave MM1"
against it as it whirled up the narrow alley, the ledge, and now began pulling him up. self was the Tregeagle whose story he knewso nigh spent, when just by me they flung

seemingly bent on the destruction of everything A terrible overwhelming feeling of jeal- well ; surely his sins would find him out, down another rope with a loop in it. God Centre Street, near Depot, .
that came in its way. But Tamzin ously suddenly seized John Kernick. He and the devil claim his soul if he died that gave me strength to slip it round me, for I
had been so proud of having won Tamzin should never have had power to hold on to
thought of nothing but the end of her jour- night, just as lie had claimed Tregeagle'sspirit
ney; she did not heed the loose stones that so elated over his superior powers of fasci- at his death. It was morning before it; and so they hauled me in much as if I FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
nation, that now the devil seemed to take had been a log. But what's this, Tamzint -
lay in her path, or the rain that now and the wretched man came back, as it were, to
again splashed her face. As she approachedthe possession of his soul when he heard her his right senses. Looking around he saw ain't true, be it?
rocky landing place the scene that pre- voice saying, "Thank God!I" with that little that he was not so very far from Trevenna.An "Ay, man. it's true enough," said John pSF ABSOLUTELY punE ,
sented itself was indeed one of confusion. sob of relief in it, for John was close to her irresistible desire once more to see Tam- .Kernick, dashing away a tear from his eye,

The narrow ledge was crowded with men, side, and, without Tamzin knowing it, he zin possessed him ; he would .again hear and you're worthy of her, Pascho. God DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED

all shouting and gesticulating, some vainly had seized her wrist. from her lips her hatred of him and of his bless theeLongmm'8! Magazine.

trying to throw ropes to the ship across an Now, quick as lightning he loosened his deed, and then he would leave the countryand DRUGS AND- CHEMICALS F' .

awful chasm of boiling waves; for the ves- hold, drew out his clasp-knife, and opening go beyond the seas. U. K. BAUKNIGIIT, ,

sel was not, as was naturally expected, it, unperceived by the crowd, he stooped But with the daylight came humbler feelings AGENT,
stranded at the entrance of the port, put in down and slashed at the rope, cutting it half and the strong man, who had not WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Standard Patent Medicines,
the port itself, on a rock that rises in the through. Quickly it began to unwind, and prayed for years, lifted up his heart to God
centre of the small cove, and on the summit heavier grew the weight it had to bear. and asked that his punishment might beon BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER

of which a large wooden stake was fixed as In another moment the so-called accidentwas earth and not in the after life.. If, as was ANDDealer -I I Fancy TOILET ArticlesPERFUMERY I-J
a warning at high tide. discovered. "The rope's cut agen the certainly the case, the devil had that night in Ice

It was, indeed John Kernick's boat ; with rocks!I" cried the men in consternation. fought for the soul of John Kernick, the TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY,

wonderful skill he had rounded the point, "Hold on a minute, Pascho Fuge! Pull man's good angel had fought also, and had BROOM STREET WHARF ,
but by that time even he had seen that in gently, bovs, and heave him another rope. prevailed. .
face oY such a storm as was now rising his It's all up with him if he falls." Almost spent with misery and exertion, 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc. [ r

only chance of safety was to make for Pad- At these words John Kernick's strong John Kernick, foot-sore and terribly haggard .
stow Harbor; but it was too late-the wind head reeled ; he slunk out of the place he stood before the Richards' cottage that REMOVAL.MR. f
and careful attention
was dead against him, and he was, in spiteof had made for himself, and once more was morning just as the familiar village sights / L. C. A. LANGE, UPHOLSTERER, Especial paidto
all his efforts, driven back again round by Tamzin's side. She was trying to see and sounds were beginning to wake up, for etc., begs to inform his customers that PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS by .
Trevenna Head into the surging angry what was going on, trying to hear the shoutof they were early folks in Trevenna, despitethe he has removed his place of business from an experienced Druggist.

waves that dashed with a roar like thunder rescue, when suddenly I her wrist was night's excitement. Old Richards him- Centre Street to FIFTH STREET, next doorto JjJ'- )IR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep
into the caves at the foot of the island and again seized by her lover. self was opening his shutters, or: what actedas the residence of Mr. Patrick Kelly.
raged right up to the landing-stage, sending Listen, Tamzin," said John, in a terrible such in a place where thieves were not Thanking the public for past patronage, over the store, and will respond to all calls

the foam and spray far above the cliffs. voice. Do you hear me, girl? The rope's thought of, and looking around he per- he solicits a continuance of the same. 27 at night. 51THE




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I'!I.:T: 1 l' : i, ::'1\' ,THE FLORIDA III non.fj. separated by a ridge of 150 or more feet elevation free-stone water is at hand, and with the vation will be allowed to purchase preference JUTE.To .

';. { : i novelty of a sojourn in the forest and on to another who applies for the purposeof the Editor of the Jlirror: '
fj. the land for .
or speculation.Such 0

''n adversely any projects which promise to be est. The young people will no doubt enjoyit affidavit that the application is made, not treated the subject of jute culture on its

: : -':' : x THE OHIO PLA.TFORJITlIE of advantage to our State, but we are very very much, and if well managed, it will for the purpose of selling the land on specu- general merits. In this, my concluding let-
,, :1Jf'\:' \' ;" TARIFF. anxious not to have its real interests retarded grow in popular favor and become quite as lation his own, but exclusive in good faith use and to appropriate benefit, and it for to ter, I wish to enter into some details show-

j .a f i ',,.: The second resolution of the Ohio Democratic or injured by immature or speculative great a resort for Southern people as its great the purpose of actual settlement and cultivation ing how other countries have turned their

K.f!i *' \"
I ; N f'I: i j jv. 'il f the party will take in the present election, the preliminary stages of favorable reports, Change in itself is beneficial to the peopleof sons use or whomsoever.All benefit of. any other person or per- results.

fi} : 73) i J\ : and will, undoubtedly, be the position of satisfactory reconnoisances,and handsomely towns equally with those of the country. applications to purchase, whether for During the year 1878 Professor Water-

:4j' ..': r .f'/; 11' the Democratic party in the next Presiden- gotten-up pamphlets, to be followed by The grooves in which we run, the prejudiceswe settlement or otherwise, will be filed, and house visited Dundee, Scotland, and was

; ': ':. : .sr.F' tial campaign. It is as follows : handsomely gotten-up bonds for foreign form, the corners which project, and thepettynessl's when the lands arc to be brought into much struck with the appearance of the

?; I rt !r : .t.: We favor a tariff for revenue limited to consumption.A we fall into, are more or less removed market all applicants will be notified. great jute factories, "their solid walls
!: ,;:. ;'! : j the necessities of the Government economically canal of kind Florida is Where more than one application is made resembling -
t some across by attrition with our fellows whenwe
: tt: ; .,0.:' t; administered, and so adjusted in its for the same land the question of preferencewill the ramparts of extensive fortifica-
'. .;: .j; .f application as to prevent unequal burdens, likely to be constructed, but we would liketo come together, not as rivals in trade be settled according to what may be tions." Thirty thousands hands were em-
i ,, ,}iv,'.. r ;fit. to encourage productive industries at home, see it in hands better calculated to as- professions, business or employment, but to deemed the best interests of the company. ployed in "manning those works, the output -

':, .1-?,x : afford a just compensation to labor, but not sure confidence than Messrs. Mahone, But- seek and confer mutual enjoyment. Our Where there is no reason to the contrary, and demand for it
annually increas-
to create or foster monopolies. the first application will be allowed to make
t'y ler, etc., and based upon more solid exami- hearts and our minds expand in the fellow- the but and this
0 "' purchase ; a person wishing to buy ing, notwithstanding the fact that
. t I The position, it seems to us, is an impregnable -
j : f f nations than a two-weeks' survey of the ship with others. We teach and are taught only a small quantity of land will be allowedto nearly country in Europe with
every ( the
and will be found to be in accordance -
; :; ; { one,
: do so in preference to an applicant for a
ij proposed route. something of value all the while, and we
:" ., t 1, ; with the popular sentiment of the large quantity. A simple application does exception of Russia) has established facto-

J : \. i'5, ;;1' Great West as well as the South. MONOPOLIES.The form friendships and interests which go into not of itself confer any legal right to the ries to work up the imported fibre. Our
tl' our daily lives and thoughts, and take us land, and the railroad companies claim and most formidable competitor,
; : as exporters,
.. ) !': t The bloody shirt having practically disappeared -
: ; ; Pullman monopoly seems to be one out of ourselves and our own narrow cares reserve the privilege of deciding upon con- would be India, where the English have of
m L as a political influence the Republican flicting applications according to the circumstances -
t ,,< 1; : of those unaccountable things which hith- and This is of the
; ; sympathies. one great late erected factories
of each and of years (to save the cost
fi, :. ':". can press has flattered the Republican party erto has been struggled against ineffectually.The case even rejectingall
\ ,-' '. advantages of sending young people away applications if there is any good reason of importing fibre), and that they have not
1 tariff issue
> ; / with the expectation that the
i\ Baltimore & Ohio Railroad have under-
t I from home to school. They lose their conceit affecting the interests of the company for been idle a glance at the table showing
f could be effectively used in the manufacturing taken to on their own sleepers and the refusing to sell. Any applying to
l ;: 'm ;. put i ; they learn to give and take, to meas- person "number of jute bags exported from Cal-
States in the contest of 1884. It is the enter by installments will be required to
: Ie. To New York Central seem to be moving in the
)f' ; ure themselves by better standards. A school make his under hand and seal cutta in 1881." will be sufficient evidence.
r + : ." ,Ii; ::. only issue they seem disposed to use, and application ,
direction. The and of
0 : : ; same growth power like the University of the South, at Sewanee, in the presence of two witnesses, embracingan Thus :
1 "I: tt' ;" they have been diligently endeavoring to monopolies is felt in direction and that until
full is
';: ',' of naked free trade every in the mountains of Tennessee, is a little agreement payment South Africa took........................ 1,000,000
I ; s ,,. shape the issue as one competition seems now, as in the case of the made, the purchaser will pay the taxes on
'. world of itself, where youth are well trainedfor Australia and New Zealand.......... 3,000,000
,i r;{, ; a t. and abolition of all customs duties on the telegraph companies, only to lead to greater their work in life. So of the girls schoolat the land, commit no waste in cutting or removing China and San Francisco..............17,750,000

r '. : t .. .' Democratic bide of the question, and to represent control. The Western Union has boughtout timber, or permitting the same to Burmah and Straits.....................25,340,000
X Mount Eagle. Ideas are broadened, friend- be done by others, and that in case of defaultfor
, ,,.:: ti'; ? : the Republican party as the only every company which promised to be a ships formed, sympathies widened, and ninety days in making any of the deferred Notwithstanding these highly creditable

);: I :' r.f ; friend of the laboring class engaged in manufactures successful rival, and has perpetuated its hold knowledge increased. F. payments, the lands shall be forfeitedto showings for the native, or India's industry,

t I 0.," p"1! .'y 0 mines, e t c.h' by the power of combined capital. the company. the exports of the raw material for the same
Affidavits and need not besent until
i. The true position of the Democratic party The railroad combinations period amounted to 800,000,000 pounds.
; ".' t.F great buy or IIOMESTEAD SETTLERS ON RAILROAD the lands are ready for sale. Until that
t" 'I", IJt.ii; I 1'. is well stated in the Ohio platform above lease competing lines, water their stock, put LANDS. time, a statement is all that is necessary. Experts who have visited India report the

f : : t a :. quoted. That position is also held by many out more bonds, and control the rates of Blank forms will be sent on request. jute trate to be the most expansive in the
The article in the Leesburg News-Advance,
..'( t:':, Republicans, while the position openly transportation. Fortunately, the railroad HUGH CORLEY, world. Within the last twenty-five years
of 6th of June, seems to have been writtenfor Land Commissioner.
j: '. ., ,j .j +. taken by a portion of the Republican party system of the country is too great a thing to the purpose of cieatingthe impressionthat Approved : the exports! had risen from 638,908 bales to

I,' t t f' is a tariff for protection, primarily even to be owned by any one combination, and the managers of the Peninsular andTropir.al C. D. WILLARD. over 2,000.000, while at this moment ((1883))

the extent of prohibitory duties. hence rival interests intervene to prevent the demand has increased to between 4,000-
Florida Roilroads intend to dispossess -
' :,. : : The Democratic party can well go before absolute control. FERNANDINA, FLA., June 25, 1881. 000 to 5,000,000 bales.

;I" '' "I':"il.'f r;=i. the country on the tariff question as enunciated The coal monopolies frequently combine persons who have made actual settle- To the Commissioner of the General Land But look at our home agricultural devel-
ment under homestead entries upon rail- Office, Washington
m' ,: .t 1. in the Ohio platform. This disposition and put rates up and down to suit their pur- opment in the last five years. The cotton
,/ road lands prior to March 16. 1881. SIR : Referring to my letter to you of 26th
; '. t J 1. will embrace all shades of opinion in and the operators in breadstuffs and ultimo I leave that crop was last estimated at 6,750,000 bales.
; I ., poses; The writer of the articl'assumes that the April beg to say havingnow
;; fa,! { i the party, and enable it to present an undivided provisions are all the while endeavoring to of the will disregard sufficiently ascertained the general facts and the yield in cereals 2,700,000,000 bush

I ji, ;' ; front. The doctrine of protection, make corners and speculate upon the neces- present managers ;company relative to entries on the line of its road the els. The baling of the United States cotton
the assurances made by Mr. Yulee has come to a decision as to its
? '; i pure and simple, fosters, and protects monopolies sities of the consumers. They succeed often company crop alone of 1882 consumed more than
1 : action.It .
(the then President of the companies) in his proper
::. .' ; '.r j:! 1... to the detriment of the consumer, and sometimes fail, but the people who haveto letter addressed to the Commissioner of the rests in the volition of the company as 100,000,000 pounds of jute, to say nothing of

; r t. : and without revenue to the Government. It eat seldom derive any benefit even from I is recognized in the General Instructions issued the enormous demand for our grain crop ; "
General Land Office, dated June 25, 1881,
1' is in the interest of individuals solely, and their failures. : from your office, whether or not it will and our factories are quite unequal to the
d "f' but he gives not the slightest reason for his assert its title to lands occupied under home-
incubus of indirect tax- demands.In .
becomes ever-increasing
a perpetual
r. : ,. assumption. We believe the spirit of liber- stead and other entries, after the survey of
; :.1; ; ation, for the benefit of the few, upon the EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. its line, which in this case was in 1858-9. 1876 the jute factories of St. Louis pro-
ality evinced in the letter of Mr. Yulee will
t"1'. )! 1 mass of the people. The tax on quinine : i The company had heretofore decided to duced 6,000,000 yards of bagging; in 1882,
be carried out by the present and
managers make relinquishments in favor of actual set-
The interests of and the
was an illustration of this. SUMMER RESORTS-THEIR ATTRACTIONS-A SEMI- 13,000,000, yet supply was wholly
i ;r .: i that the settlers have no reason to apprehend tlement, prior to December 13, 1875, and to
t ;; f three or four individuals were promoted at RELIGIOUS SUMMER RESORT-THE SOUTH- insufficient.
.. ;. the danger of which the News-Advance accept substitute lands, as was made knownat
.. f! 1 the expense of suffering humanity through- ERN CHATAUQUA AT MOUNT EAGLE, the time to the Department. Subsequentto With a view to establishing this great industry -
makes itself the "herald" to warn them.
.' t,, '1 out the land. TENN.-ITS PLANS-ADVANTAGES that date there have been numerous ad- second only to cotton in the world,
Possibly the News-Advance i is anxious to ditional entries.
i j The position of the Ohio Democracy meets OF SUCH PLACES. and possessing the great advantage of easy
Nine hundred and forty-one
t name the thoroughly competent personnetco
'. ;' J : with general acceptance from the Independent SEWANEE, TENN., June 27, 1883. entries have been made on the line between culture, the Department of Agriculture dis-
.. to to Washington and look after the
t.: ,; ';1 I press as well as the leading: Democratic The papers are full of the advertisementsof go Waldo and Tampa bay, six hundred and tributed some 1,500 packages of seed throughout -
;; ... ,. interests of the settlers. of which made since the
-" twenty-eight were
J g -- journals. summer resorts. Springs of some kind- the Southern States, and the reports received -
\. t ___ __ ______
For the information of any interested, we 13th of December, 1875. being two-thirds of
r' sulphur, magnesia, chalybeate alum and are universal that in the Southern
the whole. This is number and
t jlJ) THE FLORIDA SHIP CANAL. republish the letter of Mr. Yulee, together a large ;
warm springs-are the nominal attraction.The they cover eighty thousand one hundred States jute can be raised with perfect safety
{ 1 Yesterday )Ir. Rolfe S. Saunders received with the circular published by )Ir. Corley,
and of the first choice of
Jones ostensible purpose of going to the springs thirty-nine acres (freedom from the attacks of insects being a
letter from Mr. a journalist
J ; ; a Land Commissioner of the companies, May the granted land, which the is deprived -
i \ i .;;; of Richmond, Va., who is interested in the is to recover impaired health or to obtain of. company special feature) ; some of the reports stating

., _1!; Florida Ship Canal. The writer says he has rest. To the majority the real attraction is 1,1882 : LAND OFFICE OF On the other hand, most of these actual '' as easily as Indian corn."

i'I 1.1' att t t just returned Bell from who had Florida, where he saw the to exchange the monotony and cares of PENINSULAR AND TROPICAL FLORIDA R. R., )[ settlers have made improvements upon the Hitherto (as in the culture of silk) the
w Engineer just
:';. '' '1: 4'' preliminary' survey of the route of the ship home life for the more exhilarating societyand OCALA, FLAT;. May 1st, 1883. J lands much they value.occupy The, some of them would doubtlessof of great drawback has been the want of machinery

"t' .' canal, and says he found things much better the amusements of the summer resort. To satisfy many inquiries respecting the course, refuse to appropriate company to its benefit to separate the fibre, so that our peo-

t"i \ than he expected, and entirely satisfac- The proportion of real invalids is not greater railroad lands, when they will be offered for the labor and outlay of the settler, which ple could compete with the cheap manual labor -
has been sale of sale and'who will have the
1.t tory. The regular'survey already terms ,
{"J, '" 'of'' commenced, and it is thought will be completed than is seen in the crowds which now throng preferred right to purchase, etc., I will make contrary these improvements would desire represent to sustain, but and on stimu-the of India (say 10 to 15 cents per day), in

t'; in about two weeks. Mr. Saunders Florida in the winter season. Balls, croquet the following statement :' late their efforts. The entries were innocently preparing the raw material for market. Hap

t." *. says they will only have a part of the sixty excursions and card parties pleasantly fill The lands granted to the roads by the made by them in the reasonable belief pily, we believe, this has been accomplishedby
: ,, J miles to survey, as they expect to utilize, State of Florida will be brought into market lawful and : G. Smith
h-t V up the time for the young and the middle- that they were acquiring a Mr. A. of St. Louis.
time time each of the
from to
to some extent, one of the surveys already as portion unquestionable right to the land. A large
;. t k made by the United States Government. aged, with, it may be presumed, a reason- road is completed, after: due notice. The proportion of them were recent immigrantsand Professor Waterhouse has made a very in

; !{ .. 1 i We clip the above item from the Nashville able amount of gossip. lands granted by the United States will not ignorant of the fact that these landshad teresting report to Messrs. Putnam & Men- 1

; :,1' :. ,t American.Ve are very warmly in favor of Some good people have endeavored to be are brought certified into to the market.until company by after the the Department lists- been withdrawn from market many elaus, of Louisiana, (who have been actively !1

: q, b ';: a canal across Florida, whether ship or make this summer-going disposition of our cf the Interior \Vashington.) years drawal back had by indeed your Department been which with- engaged in the successful raising of

( .( barge, or both ; but we must confess that people contribute to mental and religious Actual settlers in good;: faith will have the voked.In never formally re- jute as a crop,) on the experiments made to

t, t 1 There is i in preferred right of purchasing the lands embracing test the merits of the machine, and it is
the statement contained in Mr. Jones' letter improvement. undoubtedly some due consideration of all the circum-
/ their settlement::and .
1 .1 does not give us much encouragement as to minds a tendency to enjoy what may be will be divided ifito two classes. 1, stances, the company has decided to extend quite satisfactory.With .

r, ,: a' j the ship canal project.:: A regular survey of called, for want of a better term, religious Those who made their settlement. before the the made relinquishment to all actual bona or waiver fide settlers heretofore who a large experience in the South, and

so enormous a work as a ship canal, just dissipation-frequent and continuous assemblages lands were reserved for tl&railroad company. made improvements prior to the sixteenth the advantage of personal acquaintancewith

': .'i: r commenced and to be completed in two with singing and exhortation, lectures 2 time., Those The who railroad settled reservation subsequent: was to madein that day March, 1881, upon which day your the soils of Indian and our own, Pro-

;: '. r weeks, either presupposes an examination of experiences, and Bible illustrationsby Jlarclm,1881. and by 'tie 1st of :May it is officers.instructions The were Department issued to can the accordingly local land fessor Waterhouse points out the many advantages -

;, I'>j .;, t the most trifling and superficial character or means of the magic illustration. The reasonable to suppose tlwt all persons inter- apply this waiver or relinquishment in its we possess for the cultivation of
ested had notice of tha fact. The 1st of
: : the adoption of General Gillmore's survey old-fashioned camp-meetings were much ; action upon the cases of all such actual set- jute.
: 1881, therefore be taken the
May w&11 as
: : :.;J us the basis of the work. We hope the latter enjoyed, and are still so, by old-fashioned date,separating the old from the recent settler. tlers who shall have entitled themselves to Cotton and sugar are not sure crops," lie

'o 101- supposition is correct. people in one way and by the young peoplein Those who occupied thg land prior to May patents.In making. this relinquishment, the com- writes; "the havocof worms and insects often

,' :;': f: We should very much regret the organization i- another. 1st, 1881, and who have- ontinued to reside pany reserve the right to select, under the disappoint the hopes of the planter, but jute
and the land will be allowedto
:, 4 l of a Ship Canal Company, to put be'It'l The Chatauqua summer gatherings in upon improve at notexceec the act of June 22, 1874, equal quantities of is seemingly offensive to these destructive
immature of work Western New York have become an estab- purchase ng government other land in lieu of tracts embraced in such pests. Its bitter and acrid qualities are said
; ; ; fore the world an plan price, that is, $2.50 per are for lands within be relieved
: entries hereby.
'p I based upon theoretical and mere eye examinations lished institution. Great crowds assemble, six miles of the road aria $1.25 per acre for as may to drive them from its presence ; and ought
: {; Very reepectfully,
,. ;": ,l and surface plats, without the necessary lectures are delivered, concerts given, scien- lands more than six mutes; shall from the road. D. L. YULE President.The thus be used as a vegetable police, to guard
not extend
This privilege, however to
tific exhibitions varied with musical treats ; other from their attack. If, in discharge -
j and essential data, only to be furnished crops
\ t I more than 80 acres. If a t larger quantity than I
I 1;. W : ; by long and laborious examination. bell-ringers, etc., give spice and variety to a 80 acres i is improved the excess over that Government of Italy has awarded of such sentinel duties it should

;: ) : ;:.\( Such a scheme might be easily enough mild and diluted semi-religious place of en- quantity must be ;paid fur at the appraised contracts for 6,000,000 kilos (about 10,000 merely shield cotton from the insidious inroads -

." ::1' Is"l! presented: in an illustrated pamphlet, with joyment. The idea has become so popular valuation.and the The remainder terms :WIll in one be ,onefourthcash two and hogsheads) of Kentucky tobocco, and 2,000- of the worms, its cultivation for such

.:. :I.J"''r _- very direct routes drawn upon a map of that the Sunday-school convention! which three years, with interest; on the deferred 000 kilos (about 3.000 hogsheads) of Virginia defensive purposes alone would annually save

:: -: 'i '. Florida, which would seem to the eye tot met last summer determined to have a payments at 8 per cent; per annum. The tobacco. The purchase of the latter will be the South millions of dollars." And, so com-

;,t! make a projected line possible, which would Southern Chautauqua, arranged on the same purchaser will be required to make affidavitof executed by Messrs. Richards, Ledwith & mending this most interestingsubject to oar
of innocent settlement and cultivation, corroborated Co., of Baltimore, who will represent the Southern farmers, cannot find more felicitous -
moment bear the test of scientitic general principle affording we
1 for
,: ;! J .. not, a by two witnesses. Where any such settler contractors at Lynchburg, and D. Tiedeman
i f i i investigation. We do not quite understand pleasant and somewhat religions entertain- shall have sold his improvements, and the & Co., of Richmond, who will operate on or assuring words than the Profes!

Tr :: 'J the reference to the sixty miles they have to't ment for serious-minded people, from which purchaser has continued the settlement and that market. sor's own, where he says : "No vigor of

We know of no route of sixty frivolity, dancing, drinking and cards shouldbe improvement of the land, the latter will be language can too earnestly express my con
: survey. entitled to the same prh leges as the original The splendid Byzantine portico in the
i t'1 miles across Florida which would furnish a excluded. settler davit and of viction, that a great industry, productive of
: ''t upon making a proof chapel in the well-known convent at Heil-
t ship canal route or upon which any government After a considerable examination of van the facts. J vast opulence awaits the hand of Southern

: ; survey has been made. Several ous points which were proposed, a location Actual settlers in goon faith since May 1st bronn, was recently sold to a Hungarian enterprise. The lapse of time has only
',' ,. .. for 300 and it about to be
t I 1881 will be allowed tluj prior right of entryat magnate was
\ ''I' examinations have been made at various known as Mount Eagle on the plateau of strengthened my belief that the Southern
m : i J j.: the appraised valuation. Terms and conditions taken down, when the German Crown
:, has been deemed possible to the Cumberland Mountains, in Franklin States can, by organized effort, produce a
t : :. times, and it the same as for flie old settlers. Prince, having heard of the transaction, intervened -
f U: connect streams such as Withlacoochee county, Tennessee, was selected. The site With respect to improvements made upon and prevailed upon the purchaserto new vegetable fibre, which, ranking next to

.t :J r:' < and the Ocklawaba, which run, respectively is about six miles from the University of the the railroad lands, nmcl depends upon their take back his money. The chapel and cotton in value, will not only enrich them

;/I' into the Gulf and Atlantic but certainly South, at Sewanee. A landscape gardenerhas character and extent tthere: made in good portico are to be at once carefully renovated, selves but also increase the textile resources
faith! and of a permanent: character, they and a grand specimen of mediaeval architec-
t'.; ,. ft 0 c not with the view of making a canal laid out very beautiful grounds and will give the preferred rIght to purchase ; ture will thus be preserved. of the world." ALEX. CURTIS.

.' ( "..- with the capacity of floating ships of large some buildings have been put up. The ex- but where the work done does not really -- ------------ -- St. Marys, Ga., June, 1883.

al i burden, and deep draught, requiring not ercises will consist of lectures, music, liter- improve the land, and :where it was with done The British passenger vessels Jfurunui and
after the railroad
y ._ less than :26 feet of water.It ary and social meetings, and Sunday-school view to secure the right to, simply purchase, or a Waitara belonging to the New Zealand Ship- The magnificent Cologne Cathedral is at

is, of course, worth examination to see conventions. A very large number of visit- where the improvements had been aban- ping Company, came into collision off Port- last actually completed, 635 years after its

(' if t''"ere are any existing channels of communication ors is expected, a portion of whom can be doned before the reservation, they do not land on Friday night of last week, and the foundation, and nothing remains but to
: the pripr right to Waitara{ sank in two minutes.
necessarily give Twenty-five
which could be utilized to lessen entertained at the adjoining extensive take down the last shed and put the terracein
.[ ruling in each case will depend upon persons were drowned. The Hurunui immediately -
r the work of construction, but because there Mount Eagle Hotel, and tents will be pro- the facts shown. Where it is decided that launched her boats which rescued order. Over $2,600,000 has been spent in

: are rivers on the east side and others on the vided for such as choose to occupy them the improvements constitute an equitable sixteen persons struggling in the waves. this work since 186, but about $120,000more

west side of the peninsula, it does not follow and live in camp-meeting style al fresco. claim, the terms and conditions of sale will Among these was a lady, a saloon passen- than the money on hand is needed to
.r be the for settlers.A whom sailor-whe saved-had
u same as ger, a was
i ,,' that they can be successfully made use of The location is a very beautiful one, where person wishing tIt| purchase land for given up his life-belt. Two other saloon tear down the encumbrances, and this will

? I 0:'. '. ""us portions of a ship canal, especially when every advantage of temperature, shade and the purpose of actual settlement; and culti- passengers were also saved. be raised by another and final lottery.A. .

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Our Beach Railway. I 110 FOR THE BEACH. I REAL ESTATE j ,

To the Editor of the Mirror: A:ND A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe i,

The great importance of the immediate .

construction of a street railway to the beachis three elegant Omnibuses McGiunis .J. & T. KYDD '
every day becoming more strongly im- &; Rawson can be secured for private partieson U .\,' '- : ; .,
reasonable hour either .0
terms at
very any ,
pressed upon the minds of our citizens, fol- day or night. .. ";.' > ..>.>..,'"w4 :. . Corner of Centre and Third Streets.

lowing the example of our neighboring city :20 McGINNIS &; RA"'SOX. ,_' ..,...:-':: ; .'"'..i.lP.I"! ...:;.".."". .,.,. !
of Jacksonville, which has become so thoroughly t \' '- -

aroused to the of estab- AN ORDINANCE .. ..., f- "F"f .,,' ,
lishing a seaside resort twenty miles to the To Amend an Ordinance Entitled "An Ordi- .,. -1=I SPRING GOODS F:
nance to Prevent the Introduction of Small- 4 lt.
south of us, and one that will necessarily be Pox into the City of Fernandina. I .;,

tributary to their city. The very able articles IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYORand o"; sr

on that subject,that have lately appearedin BE Board of Aldermen of the City of Si Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments, st

their daily papers,demonstrate beyond a Fernandina, That from and after this date, : .
and until Council shall otherwise direct, no t t t
question that as the Tocoi &; St. Augustine person shall be allowed to enter the City of Nw; hints &m rica ; wllaSj &tina untinga
Railroad declared a dividend of forty per Fernandina, from the City of Jacksonville, j / ,
cent., that a twenty-two-mile road from or suburbs, who has not a certificate bearingthe THE FLORIDA "
Jacksonville to the beach would pay very signature of a regular practicing physi- ; AND NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS. ': ;
cian of the latter city, together with the seal IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
largely.We of the city, setting forth that said person TOWN
have two miles of road to build to has been successfully vaccinated within OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT '!

their twenty-two. They know the impor- twelve months, has not lived within any Fernandina,

tance of being the first to establish such a infected district and is in good health. Is now complete in :MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS,
having such certificate shall be
person Towns on R. R. Ltne "
resort. All of us who have traveled through allowed to enter the City of Fernandina: The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced to Fine Goods. ,:,.
South and Middle Florida and Southeastern Provided, however, that no excursion parties And Cedar Key. ,
Georgia know that hundreds of people from shall be allowed to enter the City of Fernan- -

each of those sections would be glad to seek dina residents from of Jacksonville Jacksonville or suburbs or suburbs, and shall that Boots and Shoes A new Stock just received and .:"."

for four months in the year a seaside resort not be allowed to bring into the City of Fer- j" offered at VERY LOW PRICES. ::, '\
for their families upon the Southern coast. nandina any baggage until such time as. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large "

The Jacksonville dailies are discussing the Council SEC. 2.may The direct.provisions of this Ordinance number of the most eligible and desirable A large and<< well-assorted! << Stock SPRING I

importance of their beach railway being shall not apply to any person, from Jack- for MEN, YOUTh and BOYS, HATS I'
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes for
owned by the business men of Jacksonville sonville or suburbs, holding through ticketsfor or '

instead of foreign capitalists, to insure the points North. City or Suburban Residences, IN NEW AND 3VOB13Y STYLES. -
SEC. 3. All Ordinances or parts of Ordi- ,
running the road in the interest of that
nances conflicting with the provisions of
this Ordinance are hereby repealed. jJ&J"Order BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save

city.Many of our citizens exceedingly anx- Passed first, second and third readings, Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to trouble, time and expense.

ious that our city should build and own a and adopted, June 20 18x3. 33 We are Agents for DEVLIN & CO., leading Clothiers of

railroad to the beach, and are asking the President F. C. SUHRER of Council., parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail ., .

question. Could the city l legally do it? I Attest: rial enterprises, who will erect on:the prop- receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our ': -

have no doubt of the legal right of the city, WM. F. WOOD, JR., resident New York buyer. w ,
City Clerk. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
as a sanitary measure, to expend money in Approved:

that direction,fully az]|facli soasfor the city C. A. HALEY, Mayor. residence, or,in which to conduct their O" 1):11.Y"I: > I> .,"
of New York to tws .|gople to build free .
bath-houses. 47I AN ORDINANCE business. New York Oiee, 83 Walker Street, FEKSASDHA, FLORIDA.

an Carryon
understand that fW. ign capital is offeredto
a more General System of
build our road as soon as.a charter can be Vaccination within the City of by exemption for a term. of years from v-
bad, and that a citizeus' meeting is about to Fcruaiidina. : S : c
taxation, offered by the several'cities and --
be called for the public discussion of the Be it ordained,first, That in order to havea
matter. It is no wonder that our citizens thorough enrollment of every inhabitantof towns. Apply to AND OCEAN STEAMERS. ; ,
the city of Fernandina, the city shall, for
should be this and CHAS. W.: LEWIS,
impatient on subject,
the purpose of making such enrollment, be
ready to vote the city's money to build the divided into four districts for each of which -Office cor.Beach & 7th sts., Fcrnandina..> MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE r

road. I for one would be glad to pay my there shall be appointed by Council a com- _
petent person to make an enrollment ac- ,,
proportion of tax for such an improvement,
cording to blanks furnished them by Coun- .
and I think such a road should be owned by cil, setting forth the name and residence of FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.

the city, rather than by persons who would each family in his district, the number of t

have no other interest here, but it is much persons habitually residing in such family, .
how have been vaccinated with how ;
many ,
that the persons owning large amounts of
many has vaccination taken when vac-
real estate in the city should own the road.If cinated and by whom? s = __ _
the parties owning the vast interests of Be it further ordained, That immediatelyafter _
the Florida Town Improvement Company such enrollment is completed the city
physician shall visit habitation reported -
should build the road, I have no doubt it the every contain!
by inspectors to personsnot
would be run as entirely in the interest of vaccinated within two years, and pro-
our people as though owned by the city. A ceed forthwith to offer his services for and r rTHE
in behalf of the city. 0 ..".... -'
railroad owned by our city might inject a _
Be it further ordained, That any person or _
bad element in our city politics. The Flor- persons refusing to be vaccinated shall note -

ida Town Improvement Company's interestis permitted to leave his her or their placeof

more largely identified with the interestsof abode, nor have any communication or : I1Cr'CuriosityWariety:: s
allow any one to visit him, her or them
all our people than that of any of our until
they are duly vaccinated, under a
other property-holders. If they owned sucha penalty of not less than $2 nor more than $5 StoreOffers

road there would be no danger of a majority for each and every offense, or an imprisonment -
of not more than 15 days, or both,at FINE STEAMSHIPS
of its stock falling into the hands of
the discretion of the Mayor. a large and carefully selected,
the Jacksonville Beach Railway Company, Passed first, second and third reading CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 T<)NS. 1 '

as some parties seem to fear, on account: of May 23, 1883. F. C. SUHRER, STOCK OF HOSIERY STATE OF TEX-A.H, 1,543 TONS. l

the rumor that the same capitalists are anx- President of Council. CARONDELET, 1,508! TONS.

I ious to build both roads; but it seems to me Attest: For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.. WESTERN TEXAS 1,210 TONS. ,, :t
[SEAL] WM. P. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.
that the great and all-absorbing question is, Approved: tn)!
I How can this road be built in the next forty C. A. HALEY, Mayor i HANK= .CI3IEFS: :o :
or sixty days? In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Silk, Linen, and Cotton. ,;.
The almost universal feeling of our peo- Circuit Florida. '

ple seems to be: let the city or anybody FRED \V. IIOYT and W. 0. JEFFREYS, Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, I .

build it, under any conditions, no matter Partners as Fred W. Hoyt & Co., Laces, Towels, Napkins, ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK ,.
versus THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- '
what so that it is built at
once. CITIZEN R. D. FOX and S. L. BURNS, Partners as i Dress Lining, Buttons sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. t. '

Fox &; Burns. This Line, having no Transfers between Fcrimiuliim and New
Fernandina Fla., June SS. 188S. AND BY VIRTUE OF! AN and Notions Generally.A York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF :
issued in the Fourth! Judicial !
Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Flor- new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- Sj":' :
ida, in a suit wherein Fred W. IIovt and1V. TIES just received and marked low. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
O. Jeffreys are plaintiffs and R. D. Fox connections at FERN \.XDIXA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL
and S. L. Burns are defendants I have levied ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
UY4r upon and will sell at public auction, in Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior. JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT "
front of the Court-House in the city of P<'r- RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
nandina, on the first Monday of July, 1883 PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD ::1
being the second day of said month, all of r -In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- for LAKE WEIR. tJ
p 4 u0yr Section 27, Township 3 North Range 26 ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a
.i POWMow rn East.-G48 acres; Lots 1. 2. 3, 4, 5, E. i of fine variety. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.
S.W. J Sec. 35, T. 3 N. R. 25 E.
; For rates and schedules further information to
freight, passage or apply
91v W. i S.E. } Sec. 23, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-495 FLORIDA ASD SEMI-TROPICAL CURIOSITIESA "1
acres: N. i S.W. i Sec. 35,T. 3 N., R. 25 E.- R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, 45 r
483 acres; S. i Sec. 10, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-320 SPECIALTY. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. ,
acres; E. i (except 50 acres) in S.E. corner C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
of Sec. 21, T. 3 N., R. 26 E. Levied upon as SS- Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
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? "i the property of Fox & Burns, to satisfy said '
judgment, together with interest and cost of :
suit. Terms cash purchaser paying for title.J. .;
Sheriff Nassau Countv. 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. .

Fernandina Fla., June 1, 1883. ,t

SEA ISLAND ROUTE. The success which we have attained in the introduction of our
Commissioner's Sale.By J 1I 1-

4KIr4GPOWDER Hon. II. J. Baker, County Judge of THE STEAMER Virgin Brand Baking Powder
Nassau County. Florida, I will sell to the
highest bidder, in front of the Court-House I

door of Nassau: County,on the first Monday i has by far exceeded our expectations ; and now that we are entering upon the third year
in July, A. I)1883, the following real estate ,
belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Brad- r hl of its sale we see before us a bright future and an increased demand for this,

dock, deceased situate, lying and being in l
the county of Nassau and State of Florida, ONE OF OUR SPECI LTIES.
described as follows: Forty acres of the
Francis Wood Grant which said forty acres
Absolutely Pure. are bounded on the East by Section fifteen ST. NICHOLAS To dwell upon its merits would be unnecessary on our part, for those who have '
((15)). and the North lands of the
on by Flor-
once used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms.
leave Fernandina for Savannah
POWDER never varies. A marvel ida Railroad Company, and on the West by WILL
THIS purity, strength and wholesomeness. the main run of Summerlin branch ; all in Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- We are the originators of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING POWDER, and '

More economical than the ordinary kinds, Section forty-two ((42)), Township two ((2)), day mornings, arriving at the latter place from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that ,
and cannot be sold in competition with the North of Range twenty-five ((25)) East. the same evenings.
multitude of low test, short weight, alum or Sold for distribution. Purchaser to pay Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- THE BEST. To this standard quality we shall continue to keep it. A Tea-
phosphate powders. Sold only in cam. for titles. nandina on Monday Wednsday and Friday spoonful of the VIRGIN BRAND suffices for a full quart of well-sifted
Flour, where at least double that quantity would be required of inferior brands.
3S 10G Wall Street New York. Commissioner. Deck Pass. without Meals, $3.00 I
Fernan:Jina, Fla., June 1, 1883.
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Cabin 4.00
REMOVAL. NOTICE.SIX Excursion, 7.00

l\IR. L. C. A. LANGE, UPHOLSTERER, WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL Through tickets sold to New York, Phila- JS&-A.1Z.: your Grocer :for thc VIRGIN BRAND HA/K:
.. begs to inform his customers that to the Judge of the County Courtin delphia, Boston, and Baltimore.For ING POWDER, and take no other.
l he has removed his place of business from and for the County of Nassau, Fla., for tickets and state-rooms, apply at the
Centre Street to FIFTH STREET, next door letters of administration on the estate of Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. S. GUCICENHEEMER & SON j
t.o the residence of Mr. Patrick Kelly. Nelson Parker deceased. MERCIER, ,

Thanking the public for past patronage, F. C. SUHRER. General Passenger Agent. 1 l SA.VAN3VAII,! GA.. -
ue:elicits: a continuance of the same. 27 Fernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. 6 J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. ANGEL & FRIEND, Agents, Fernandina, Fla ..v



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'd S f", "with belted =:::
called" dresses a NOTES
: grandmothers B. ,
11 d'} ?,t' ':,' "":. waist, gathered skirt and no overskirt, for TTOTJUSTGDAIDIIES- A (Successor to "W. A. SANBORN), H. E. DOT TERE
'1 ; t ,; : t country wear. These are worn alike by
'4r; :; .-'" stout and slender figures, but for the latter a Wholesale and Retail Dealer in .
I 1 f 'i : great sash is made of the material, passed INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT
4.. \tj::1 : I, ''t'; I i { ':'i around the waist and tied in large loops, THIS GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF

I' J ':- :i, with hanging ends behind. There are four MOUNT EAGLE, TEXN., CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN "1''
'y :i ';/ (. straight breadths in these skirts when *
;'i I finished at the foot with a simple flounce, or on the plateau of the Cumberland Mountains Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near -- -:-=: -- ;:
:' >"f ,t': else there may be five breadths of soft fabrics, ,a few miles from the University of.the Steamboat Landing, D1 '
{ .! .< f ', like mull, with tucks below the knees and South. The location presents unequaled ad- /: FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }}
'! : ;' no flounce. Similar dresses of Surah and of vantages for health, being on the mountain FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. -1- I -
f' i!.' : : India silks have the whole skirt tucked and free from all malaria or liability to con- Owner and Agent for Schooner Silts C. '*!* *-* *I *'---- *-- --c! +-
': : ; ,'.1, ; :;, around from just below the hips to the! foot. tagious diseases.All !;. Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in ii '
t i "':t, 'l" The skirt is gathered to the! belt, with ful- the branches usually pursued in large quantities.
l. :" m;.. "f" '"fs: ness in front! and on the sides, though there French.Seminaries are taught, inclusive of Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

h; ',I'''J tI" is necessarily gathered fulness behind. The :Modern Languages. ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the
t : ...'1''' ': waist is in" fan shape, gathered to a belt Music is made a specialty under MADAME best in the world. FANCY IMPORTED
r "r.' 1: ', ,; without lining or else it may be a surplice DEBARRY, a teacher of very high reputation Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED GROCERIES.
I. ., t I 1 !;:.t', :. waist atherel'on the shoulders in front whose testimonials are' from the first PLOWS.
:i ; i >': :i lapped at the belt and worn with a fichu or musical professors from abroad and in this 'I Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS:: CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
: f;l : ,.; handkerchief. When the figure is too full country.The VILLE. 33
if :" ,7 .. :' for a sash of the dress goods, ribbon three charges of this school are moderate.For .
p; t;': ',Jt.: ;:' .: inches! wide is used, and is tied on the left terms and circulars address PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL
; ". pt:! .'!i : r: side, with bow and ends; or else a belt is SILAS B. McBEE, Principal. .
i f..J: :i :, covered with the dress material,and fastened References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer-
,,\ .r, ,"":.4.ry f,: t, by a rosette of ribbon velvet, from which nandina; Dr. H. Robinson, Jacksonville; ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
L ;' "v ;>' t 1 hang 1 long ends. Rev. A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24 Building Material !
j' : l' A novelty for white camel's hair dresses

t' ',.: .:t: i for Newport and Mt. Desert is trimming of SUMMER: : BOARD. -- -f FINE TEAS AND COFFEES f i--
; i
$i :. 'x straw braid in many paralled rows. This I / *
f;' l[ '" p; braid is a third of an inch wide, and there PERSONS DESIRING TO FIND SUM BRICK, LIME, HAIR, -t ttt -J_
'"f"," ) are eight rows of it around the kilt skirt in the up-country can secure
: ))1 Z:" $ above the hem, down the tucks of the pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle, Tennessee PLASTER, CEMENT, THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED.NEW .
4 '.).J \ 'J' ':: Norfolk jacket, on the collar, belt and cuffs, by addressing MRS. H. B. KELLS, :Mount
f, 1 t '. and the washerwoman's overskirt has the Eagle, Tenn. The location is on the plateauof SHINGLES,
t 7v. t revers front completely covered with it. The the Cumberland Mountain,and very cool
:, ;:;( checked or irregularly barred Louisine silks and refreshing. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. GOODS Received by Every to a11 :: '::' : of soft quality and evenly twilled are liked Board $25 to $30 per month, in a pleasant

.'t{ ,, : for summer travelling dresses, and may be amily. Daily communication with Sewa- PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT .,
f ; '< '- had in all dark stylish colors. nee, the location of the University of the Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA. FLA. ,
;; China silk, of light, yet durable texture South. 28 I
; r ::, is also used in dark plain shades of maroon ---
? '." \ plum blue and brown, for short journeys FRED W. HOYT & CO'S
.F' made in drawing room cars. These dresses
t. ,I # ;- have the short basque, apron overskirt and ------ ---- SECOND STREET, Near Centre. COLLINS & CO. HARTFORDEstablished

f : t E ,xt round !skirt: with pleated flounces. W. P. STREETY, ,
i 11.< 1 r41 White silk grenadines for afternoon toilets
T t.; have stripes: of black velvet, are trimmed Second Street, opposite the Post-Office. HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS 1826.MANUFACTURERS .

f 1- i with black French lace in many frills, and
-r 'I 1"' are made up over white silk. 'Those with ,

j i velvet stripes half the width of the grenadine --
Yi'MtNj We invite attention to our
{ ; f I' stripes make very effective pleated flounces your
f t when arranged so that the velvet stripes is

., on the outside of each pleat. Crockery 1 Glassware
i r ,I I The ecru nankeen worn long ago is seen ,
tit,; :t" among the French dresses. This thick cotton -
Y :!I: fabric of clear buff shade is made into G
t- : ; and offer our Goods. in these lines as low as
i dresses trimmed with China I'
:; very stylish ,
; ::'.,,', silks of dark color and white or Ecru embroidery the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of
: f f i ':l : on muslin. The heavy nankeen
very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,
1 r,i 'ti makes kilt skirts of sufficient weight to dispense -
: '':; with a foundation skirt, so the nankeen ,phi Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin ---
r I I l'; r kilting is attached to a yoke, and has C
Chamber Sets all colors WoodenWare -
.Li J ,; embroidery set along its lowest edge. The ;
i 1 basque is long, and has panier draping of of all kinds; and Housekeeping -
'l red and blue China silk that transforms it OF
: fy' ) n i into a polonaise. This silk is attached under Utensils generally.

f I t.. j a point below the waist line in front, and a FRED W. HOYT A; CO.
i:;,t fi tL breadth is then carried back around the hips, Axes Hatchets Picks

'. t 1. ,. and falls in the back in two deep loops and STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN ,
R: one or two sash ends. Where the silk ,
: : ; tie; curves away in front the yoke is disclosed, AND SHEET-IRON WARE C. H. HTJOT AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
f jt';t J and this requires some trimming of embroidery ,
: ,1: A good design for pleated skirts is to make DEALER IN-
I 1 :! 10 box pleats attached to a yoke from the PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. I Also, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
entire skirt. These should be three r
1 r t t or four inches wide sewed pleats underneath-run A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea -ICHANTILERy-r It all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines.

call, and with those nf
compare my prices
: the belt down within two-
together-from to
.f. Farmers will receive valuable
other houses, here or elsewhere. Information catalogues &c.,
'.r. r= eighths of the foot, where they are left flowing I 1-: by writing to the makers,
A and are edged with embroidery.
: :
j 't" ;,, The newest linen collars are merely a t r ,"", Groceries, Hardware, COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.

i fr K : straight band of doubled fine linen, with ""
t 1 'j f 1 narrow scallops and embroidery along the t', DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
7 These outside the
; < upper edge. are worn
: dress collar and there are two lengthwise -
.J Second Street
/ ,
'I buttonholes in front through which a narrow .,'. ,: _, .- LI'S DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH,
1 ribbon is passed and tied in a bow, and below A :' I COSTIVENESS, ENLARCED SPLEEN COLIC &C. i iBer.
.' t this be added two fan-pleated ends of ; vie FERNANDINA, FLA.
may :PhVii'J CURE .J.B.Graves,Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," J. R. Johnson M, D.. of Abbeville Miss. Aug ,
mull and wide lace. \" Memphis,Tenn. says: 1 received package of your 11.12. says: I am a graduate of Georgia rf Medical
: For journeys on board steamers the jerseys -- FERNANDINA Liver Medicine, end have used about half of it. It College,and bave practiced thirty-five years, I use
w works like a charm.I want no better Liver Regulator your medicine in my practice. It is not only a Rood I
are liked, but the preference is given to .I and certainly no more of Zeilln's mixture. Liver Medicine,but it Is a sovereign remedy fortlux.1
tailor dresses of the cloths of light quality J '. \" Rev.E.A.Hnfflns,Franklin,By. Rev.J.Beasley of Sumoerton,
in plain dark grounds or with pin checks, ] \\ Nt *' Aug."82,says: It Is the best medicine S c.,J an.'82.says: i have used 7-eU-1
I >
: I have overtaken In life. It In's preparation a great deal but find!
,, : !, or undefined plaids These have the front j[STEAM } { SAW } {{MILL.: } is caring me Dyspepsia.my Send me your medicine altogether superior
.. r fJ of the basque made with fine tucks down : f another package. Must have it. in its effect on the pystem.The best!
( ill< '* ill> _'--_--* Rev. J. L. Brittaln, of Bloantsville.
S. Wholesale
Mansfield Memphis
; each side or the buttons,and a small notched -- -;;-
Ala..March 1882,says: I suffered with Tenn..says: "Have sold it 30""" s; my predecessor j
: 1 'J reverse collar like that worn on Norfolk MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY torpid liver and costiveness,and your sold It many years before me.That$this medicine it a i
I jackets ; this basque is round and half-long, THE discovered, as it is certain in its C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, with medicine admirable cared effect me.My for wife sick-headache-has used it genuine'SimmonsLiver good one no one can deny Medicine';and that none it is the dare true gainsay and 1|
and has what is called a frock back, like
effects and does not blister. READ PROOF and EsUS.
Only Genuine. 1810.
I that of men's frock coats, with the middle
'"I' BELOW. constantly on hand- Put up in 2Sc.and $1.packages
.: seam open below the waist line, and lapped HAS and bottles by MfiltltS
i from left to right, while the two seams next !.F.SIMMONS& CO..ST.LOUS,Mo.
I i this are folded over on the middle back Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS JJ'2tLUI11ber by Cargoes. 0 L D B y AL k D R Q G&IS T S EVE;R Y WHCRP
forms and pressed there in a flat pleat.
r I N. Y., January 30, 1882. Office on Second Street. vie
: : Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
"f ; A Loss PREVENTED lose their beauty GENTS Having used a good deal of your -- DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN
i ;",1 from the hair falling or fading. Parker's Kendall's-Spavin Cure with great success. I
i ., w' Hair Balsam supplies necessary nourishment, thought I would let you know what it has OQM WHOLAL AND ETAILI : : 4
'\o{', ,I, prevents falling and grayness and is an elegant done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya BLOOD SYRUPCures

,:. dressing. colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. O .
.. '. --- --- --- --- When I was breaking him he kicked over l H
A BIG SuccEss-" My wife was in bed two the cross-bar and got fast. and tore one of his P
':\ years with a complication of disorders her hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best 10 all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,

: .k I physician could not cure, when I was led farriers but they all said he was spoiled.He H .N.: Kidneys, Skin and lilood. :MILLIONS testify to its
"I'' to try Parker's Ginger Tonic. It was a big had a very large thorough-pin, and I
; I,.., success. Three bottles cured her, at a cost ofa used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin ; eflicacy in healing the above named diseases, and
,' ',, j dollar and fifty cents, and she is now as Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off,and
: \ I strong as any woman."-It. D. Buffalo.Everybody he sold afterwards for$1800(dollars). I have A. B. NOTES pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man
: .';'.: used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit i

: .., I is using, and everybody is recommending has always cured completely and left the "rY. I i- GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .
: leg smooth.It DEALER IN-
1 to everybody's friends,Brown'sIron II =
d I Bitters as a reliable iron medicine, a is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. GO Mark.
true tonic. I have recommended it to a good many, and
'\ they all say it does the work. I was in With Family Supplies, AGENTS WANTED.Laboratory I
; J erington Kneeland's drug store in Adams,
,, BOOTS AND SHOES. the other day, and saw a very fine picture H r 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it. I
.,. ", you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could HEAVY GROCERIES, r.r
ft'j." 1!I p-THE NEW STORE. not; thev said if I would write to you that a= & CEDARTOWN. GA., June 20th, 1881.

d 'f) .'4f"I ", you would send me one. I wish you would, Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of pour
't 1; and I will do all the
4 you good I can. and Grain Indian Blood completely cnred them.
',:Jl\a: ::s { W. F. WOOD, Jr., S Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN. 4-i O Hay 00 46 Syrup RUDIE CAKTLEPv.IDOW7S I

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f : :, .1 C> { Proprietor, J- :E; Kendall's Spavin Cure.ON H SHIP.STORES, O SIBLEY&co. I

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'I VEVAY IND., August 12, 1881. TURNIP
,:.::. ::.E .'. IJI: EJ: : Dr. B. J. Kendall cC Co.: Stoves. 00 NOT AX ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT, I
l\,"/, .. GENTS-Sample of circulars received to- H but contains all the medicinal proper-
.'1.1 1" ,' day. Please send me some with my imprint, ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It ,
,I c:::! Paints
t: printed on one side only. The Kendaa's; is very pleasant to take, and

f '" ', AND Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, l o i Crockery, ; I SEED !
and not only for animals but for human 00 CD CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, I
\ S 51 ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the Hardware
1 leading farmers in our county, sprained an EA
11. ankle badly, and knowing the value of the II Willow-Ware. DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, JULYDY.
: Tj :H: remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it ,;; PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, Send for fl''CATALOCUE& PRICE LIST.
did far better than he had expected; cured r., :; ..,
C> CC > the sprain in very short order. o and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat- HIRAM SIBLEY& CO.CHICAGO .
Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND. : -. ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy ROCHESTER N.Y. ILL. ,

> {{ Fernandina Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All M :: .., action. Sold by 179-183 MAIN STREET. 200.20tiRando1ohSt., f;,
} EJs druggists have it or can pet it for you, or it o A PALMER BRO'S --

1.M 1. will be sent to any address on receipt ofprice M Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.Jj:3r' To Kent.
: {j Cor. Centre & Third. }> STilE by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KEN- The property known as Sanborn's Stores.
.t DALL & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. O y Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA Apply. for particulars to .

r a Send for Illustrated Circular. Prices Low the W' GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made A. B. OY'ES.


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j ,1: \.1 called! "grandmoth rs.dress'S,"with a belted B. NOYES,
hi' ft.; r t waist, gathered skirt and no overskirt, for YOUNG A (Successor to "W. A. SAXBORX), BL E. DOTTERER l
: ; .,., country wear. These are worn alike by
f ;I; ," ,' :', stout and slender figures, but for the latter a Wholesale and Retail Dealer in i
fI ( "" : : great sash is made of the material, passed INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT
( [ ', :" 'r.. around the waist and tied in large loops, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ASSORTMENT OF i iIi
," ; 1r!1: '. :\. .. with hanging ends behind. There are four MOUNT EAGLE, TENS, CHOICE WISES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, .. I
J. 1''i ':" :' r: straight breadths in these skirts when '
; ;. !a y. I :}i "M1 finished at the foot with a simple flounce, or on the plateau of the Cumberland Mountains Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near --* -*- -':!! !

.\ C .: J 41 else there may be five breadths of soft fabrics, ,a few miles from the University of.the Steamboat Landing, 11 FINE FAMILY GI QQ s
:. .'.t' I, fI '+!:i t: like mull, with tucks below the knees and South. The location presents unequaled ad- FERXANDINA, FLORIDA. ; 1
.. I t U-- { ..:r-' no flounce. Similar dresses of Surah and of vantages for health, being on the mountain
." f. p ; ,'.;' H' India silks have the whole 1 skirt tucked and free from all malaria or liability to con- Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. i!* *- *" +- ;

t' ;. .. : .; : ; The skirt is gathered to the belt, with ful the branches usually pursued in large quantities.
of OP
French Seminaries inclusive
; : r. 'J :I;' ness in front and on the sides, though there are taught, Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- I II
' .\r ': I t is necessarily gathered fulness behind. The Modern Languages. ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the
". "., : '. tt. waist is in fan shape, gathered to a belt Music is made a specialty under MADAME best in the world. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.I
1 I.' rffc'J'i without lining, or else it may be a surplice DEBARRY, a teacher of very high reputation Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED
': i, i ) .j waist gathered on the shoulders in front whose testimonials are' from the first PLOWS.
k ,, i i lapped at the belt, and worn with a fichu or musical professors from abroad and in this Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS:; CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS I
?' t.'. ': ,a =".t handkerchief. When the figure is too full country.The VILLE. 33Building
'' i sash of the dress ribbon three charges of this school are moderate.For .
? =.x'. ,5 i :'i for a goods
r .; 'ht inches wide is used, and is tied on the left terms and circulars address PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. !
'= : .\ <: side, with bow and ends; or else a belt is SILAS B. McBEE, Principal

,:, "'. .j. covered with the dress material,and fastened References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer- ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF 4
.r.. .,:.. i.j "'1 by a rosette of ribbon velvet, from which nandina; Dr. H. Robinson, Jacksonville;
,.. .... I :",:- '.f hang long ends. Rev. A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24 Material -+ -Uk +
\ A novelty for white camel's hair dresses -

t .' :: ,;. : for Newport and Mt. Desert is trimming off SUMMER BOARD. -- FINE .TEAS AND COFFEES i-
: braid in rows. This
: ,. : straw many paralled *
., .. ;: braid is a third of an inch wide, and there PERSONS DESIRING TO FIND SUM- BRICK, LIME, HAIR, -+- / / -++-
I .. f. I ',' are eight rows of it around the kilt skirt in the up-country can secure
ti. t. ::. :;';: above the hem, down the tucks of the pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle, Tennessee -I PLASTER, CEMENT, THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE rROCP ED.
:;," I ; ..' Norfolk jacket, on the collar, belt and cuffs, by addressing MRS. H. B. KELLS, MountEagle"
r; j ;tio. and the washerwoman's overskirt has the Tenn. The location is on the plateauof SHINGLES
i t, .'. ., revers front completely covered with it. The the Cumberland Mountain,and very cool.
.;:t:< ,.; checked or irregularly barred Louisine silks and refreshing. DOORS, SASH, : BLINDS. NEW GOODS Received by Every: Steamer

: ;:.' ;4 of soft quality and evenly twilled are liked Board $25 to $30 per month, in a pleasant
!r... for summer travelling dresses, and may be amily. Daily communication with Sewa- PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT .,
7. .. .; had in all dark stylish colors. nee, the location of the University of the Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERXANDIXA "'I.J\.
.: l ; .'; China silk, of light, yet durable, texture South. 28 -
.: ,; r :.l is also used in dark plain shades of maroon -
't i::) ; plum blue and brown, for short journeys STOVES TIN WARE, ETC. FRED W. HOYT & GO'S,
f .f ; made in drawing room cars. These dresses
---------- COLLINS & CO.
,'. .f.., have the short basque, apron overskirt and : SECOND STREET, Near Centre. HARTFORD
r :. $ II': round skirt with pleated flounces. W. STREETY, ,
I r White silk afternoon toilets
>: ,t have stripes of black velvet, are trimmed Second Street, opposite the Post-Office HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS .

l I.; 1 ij'; with black French lace in many frills, and
r' ": t' are made up over white silk. Those with FERNANDINA, FLA.

,. half the width of the
r' j" velvet stripes grenadine We invite attention to our
1 t l 1\\' stripes make very effective pleated flounces your
1-; f!'. when arranged so that the velvet stripes is '
: },:. on the outside of each pleat. Crockery 1 Glassware n
.1 f : The e"cru nankeen worn long ago is seen f'k fl
t4.. t : '' among the French dresses. This thick col- ,. ,I ?
t I ton fabric of clear buff shade is made into and offer our Goods, in these lines as low as
\ ; ; very stylish dresses, trimmed with China i'1 I,
r : ; silks of dark color and white or ecru embroidery the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of I
: ': 1 .. muslin. The nankeen 1 4i"N II
on heavy very latest designs; beautiful l Tea Sets, I
c '. t 1' makes kilt skirts of sufficient weight to dispense .
: Ta e., uo;q.IN Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc. Tin
;; ,. i i.. with a foundation skirt, so the nankeen fin ;
f kilting is attached to a yoke, and has Chamber Sets all colors:!; Woocleii-
! '. !.. embroidery set along its lowest edge. The
:t. h.. \ basque is long, and has panier draping of Ware of all kinds; and Housekeeping -
d. / red and blue China silk that transforms it OF
; 1 t. : \ into a polonaise. This silk is attached under Utensils generally.
', j r. i a point below the waist line in front., and a FRED "Y. HOYT A CO. Axes
.., .:'i breadth is then carried back around the hips, Hatchets Picks
f'; ; and falls in the back in two deep loops and STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS. ,
., i. : one or two sash ends. Where the silk ,
curves away in front the yoke disclosed, TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE C. H. HUOT AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
* .:: i f and this requires some trimming of embroidery ,
; 1 A good design for pleated skirts is to make -DEALER IN--<
,; 'j I .: 10 box pleats attached to a yoke from the PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. I! FOE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS I

;1 r: or entire four skirt.inches These wide sewed pleats underneath-run should be three A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give me JOaA.NDLER 1' yr! Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines.
a call, and prices with those of
compare my
.: i. 1' together-from the belt down to within two- other houses, here or elsewhere. Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues, Ac..,
K ; eighths of the foot, where they are left flowing 11 (11-I by writing to the makers,
: : and are edged with embroidery.
4 The newest linen collars are merely a )''-..'.. Groceries, Ilar( ware, COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.

straight band of doubled fine linen, with .. ......
.. narrow scallops and embroidery along the j... \, DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
; upper edge. These are worn outside the CUARANTEED TO CURB ALL CASES OF
,'. dress collar and there are two lengthwise INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS;
/ \
i I buttonholes in front through which a narrow ,. i 7 -'-.\ ;; ;ti'\ ''<> 'p' I I,/-i S Second Street, DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH,
; ribbon is passed and tied in a bow, and below : : jr-lLLi JTHE COSTIVENESS ENLARGED SPLEEN COLIC, &C.

i this may be added two fan-pleated ends, of : AdIJ CURE vie FERNANDINA, FLA. Ber.J.B.Grave Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," J. R.Johnson M D.. of Abbeville. Miss. Aug
mull and wide lace. Memphis,Tenn. Bays: 1 received package of your L 11.1882, says; : I am a graduate of Georgia Medical
; '. For journeys on board steamers the jerseys FERNANDINA Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It| College and have practiced thirty-five; ;ears. I use
r I I works like a charm I want no better Liver Regulator ;your medicine la my practice. It is not only a Rood
r' 1 are liked, but the preference is given to and certainly no more of ZeUln's mixture. Liver Medicine,but It is a sovereign remedy for flux.
i t I tailor dresses of the cloths of light quality L1 Bev.E.A.Haffins,Franklin Ky.1 Rev.J.S.Beasley,of Sumnerton
I in dark with checks Aug."82,says: It Is the best medicine e S C.,Jan.'82.Bays; : I have used Z U-
: plain grounds or pin 1 I have ever taken In my life. It preparation great deal.bat find
I or undefined plaids, These have the front f [{ STEAM}]} [SAW ] [{ MILL:]} is curing me of Dyspepsia.Send me I your medicine altogether superior I
,,; of the basque made with fine tucks down : ; another package. Must have It. in its effect on the system.The best. :
'I *> *
> / --- Rev. J. L. Brittain, of Bloantsvllle. Dr.S. Mansfield Wholesale_ Druggist.Memphis. '
'. ... each side of the buttons,and a small notched Ala. March 1882,says: I suffered with{I Tenn.,says: "Have sold it 30 : my predecessor i
I reverse collar like that worn on Norfolk MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY Sr7< medicine id and costiveness and your sold it many years before me.Tout' this medicine i is a i
: I : this is round and half-long, C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, cared me.My; wife baa used it good one DO one can deny;and that it is the true and !
jackets basque
i ; discovered, as it is certain in its with admirable effect for stck-headach) genuine'almmona Liver Medicine'none dare gainsay; I
! ... j and has what is called a *' frock back" like effects and does not blister. READ PROOF Original anl1 Only Geuu1t1e. Estate.1810. I
that of men's frock coats with the middle
TTAS constantly on halldLunlber Put up in:25c.and 21.packagesand
seam open below the waist line, and lapped bottles by MED
, : I from left to right, while the two seams next .F.SIMMONS& CO..ST.LOUIS,Mo.
.' I this are folded over on the middle back Saved Him 180000. d. t.y Cargoes. : OLD BY ALL DRUG6'r'STSfEVeRYWHERE* _

forms and pressed there in a flat pleat.
? ADAMS, N. Y., January 30,1882.Dr. Office on Second Street. vie
B. J. Kendall& Co.:
: \
, A Loss PREVENT-Many lose their beauty GENTS Having used a good deal of your DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN f
,' 1 I from the hair falling or fading. Parker's Kendall's-Spavin Cure with great success. I : fI
t Hair Balsam supplies necessary nourishment, thought I would let you know what it has OQM : I
,.I I: prevents falling and grayness and is an elegant done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya I' BLOOD SYRUPCures I
; dressing.A colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. O II Ii
,1'A I When I was breaking him he kicked over I ,i
Bid Scc Ess.-" My wife was in bed two the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his P ( 1
' ,, years with a complication of disorders her hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best a Q all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,

; ry f physician could not cure, when I was led farriers but they all said he was spoiled.He H I II I-N Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
to try Parker's Ginger Tonic. It was a big had a very large thorough-pin, and I i
: ;' success. Three bottles cured her, ata cost of used two bottles of your Kenda 1's Spavin ; cflicacy in healing the above named diseases, and

: a dollar and fifty cents, and she is now as Cure, and it took the'bunch entirely off,and I it to be the Best Remedy Known to :Man.I .
strong as any woman."-If. D. Buffalo. he sold afterwards for$1800(dollars). I have A. B. NO YES i I pronounce
,: --- used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit ,
y' 1 is and is has always cured completely and left the i
Everybody using, everybody recommending rv GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .
'' = s to everybody's friends,Brown's leg smooth. -DEALER IK- hrc
Iron Bitters reliable iron medicine It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
k as a a e Mark. 1
f true tonic. I have recommended it to a good many, and I '
they all say it does the work. I was in With Family Supplies, I O AGENTS WANTED.Laboratory .
S erington! Kneeland's drug store,i in Adams,
F BOOTS AND SHOES. the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou H I r 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it. ,
sent them. I tried to buy it, but could HEAVY GROCERIES,

a f ;: -TIIE NEW STORE. not; they said if I would write to you that rN CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
you would send me one. I wish you would, Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
and I will do you all the good I can. Hay and Grain Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.
: :B { W. F. WOOD, Jr., SC Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Iendall's 4-i o GCo 46 RUDIE CAXT LEE.
a CD -

I > { Proprietor, ( EJC Spavin Cure.ON H $&- SHIP .STORES-t! DO-W-7S SIBLEY CO.


p i
t F VEVAY, IND. August 12, 1881. TURNIP
., I '.,: -: :E3: Dr. B. J. Kendall &: G,.: Stoves, NOT AX ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT, ,
GEXTS-Sample of circulars received to- but contains all the medicinal proper-
day. Please send me some with my imprint, ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
. ;: J SAND S printed on one side only. The Kenda;l's A Paints, ,; is very pleasant to take, and
Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, O Crockery, I J "r SEED !I
l'I and not only for animals but for human r.J.r.J. CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, i

R i I _, S Sr ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the Hardware, -:, COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC,
leading farmers in our county, sprained an NEW CROP REJULY
badly, knowing the value of the Willow-Ware.
: :a: remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it jM PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, Send for ||1 CATALOCUE& PRICE LIST.
did far better than he had cured
expected; T =
U C> CC > the sprain in very short order. & and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat- HIRAM SIBLEY CO.
Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy ROCHESTER N.Y. CHICAGO ILL.

$1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for$5. All M = action. Sold by t79-183 MAIN STREET. 200-206 Randolph St..
I > {j Fernandina, \ :E: druggists have it or can get it for you, or it O PALMER BRO'S -

will be sent to any address on receipt ofprice M P Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. To Rent.

:a \ Cor. Centre & Third. \ S by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KENDALL The property known as Sanborn's Stores.
]t & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt. 1 y $2J""Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA Apply for particulars to

Send for Illustrated Circular. FrioesaskastlieLD ri lt ti I i l..r GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made A. B. >OVES.

,; i I* THE NEW STORE.T .- Sold by all Druggists. I without pepper 22 Fernandina, July. 15tf.rrl9i1r .

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AN EXPLANATION.-The delicate} floweryand Fall Tel'm- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New y "", J&- Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
lasting fragrance of Floreton Cologne) St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. PARKER'SHAIR the :NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
explains why it is such u favorilewith the 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley New Troy. I Central and Western Railroad. )

ladies. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. : Through tickets via this line at the Com ,

__ Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. l BALSAM. pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7
SHOULD THEY ?-No man or woman 3d in October. ,
WHY Nassau, Tuesday Tallahassee. a A perfect dress' West Bay
Sheriff-A. Moseley
can do satisfactory work when the brain is Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan,,Tallahassee. '.; mgelcgantlyperfumed Street.WILLIAM O. AMES, f
dull, the nerves unsteady, the system relaxed and harm- Gen'l Passenger Agent, k
FIFTH CIRCUIT. Schools-Henry Felkel
I feel generally wretched. Why Superintendent of less Removes
and they Jacksonville, Fla.
should anybody drag through tl eir work in Spring Term- 4S restores W. M. DAVIDSON,
natural color and
L. .Tallahassee.
in March. Treasurer-J. Demilly .
Sumter 3d
condition when bottle of Parker's Monday '
a General t
this b..IJnC5-'i Manager,
C/ Pearce Talla- prevents
Ginger Tonic will at a moderate cost give Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Relenue-C. .. 50 ..n.. And U J Jacksonville, Fla.j. k
them the strength and will to perform their Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. + ,1".,.III iliHC:.1&. s. MCELROY,
A. Croome Tallahassee.
March. Assessor of Taxes-G. -
satisfactorily.Ed.Iron Master
duties Transportation
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in FLOEISTOHCOLOGHE. Tallahassee '
in a colorless state and Peruvian bark March. LEVY COUNTY.
combined with well known aromatics, make Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. II. Sebring, Bronson; IME CARD t
Brown's Iron Bitters the best medicine March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Aa tiqohitclr perfaD' with fragrant JL
Fall Term- r OF THE ,
S. Parker Bronson.
Sheriff-J. *xce ltlODAl111aI&lDCproperties.
known. ,
Sumter 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR
and tS
JS ctaU.
Post-Office Notice. :Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Retenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar RAILROAD I t,
Office JourFrom 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 P. M. Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Key. PARKER'S
Sunday hours 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Levy 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- AND
Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. CINCER TONIC FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. : i'

Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday-) SEVENTH CIRCUIT. MADISON COUNTY. An Invigorating Medicine that Never IntoxicatesThis In Effect January 7th, 1883. ,

Arrvcs".............. 5:50: P. M. and 6:05 P. M. Spring Term- County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi! delicious combination of linger. Euchu. GOING SOUTH.
Mandrake Stillingia and oilier of the best
Closes.................... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30: A. M. Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.Sheriff S. :M. Hankins Madison. vegetable remedies known many cures all disorders of Leave Fernandina...................._. 8.00a.m. ,
Transit & Peninsular Railroad Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk John M. Beggs Madison the bowels stomach,liver kidneys and lungs&is Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.42a.m. t i
Brevard 1st : in March. Leave Callahan.........................
.......... 5:50< [. Monday Schools-E. S. The Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used. I, 9.48 a.m. j
Arrives.......................... .. P. ) Superintendent of Tyner,
:Leave Dutton....... .
Dade, Monday in April. ............... ....10.15
Closes...................................-... 7:30 A. M. Madison. If you are suffering from Female Complaints a.m.
Fall Tenn- Leave Branch ... ..
Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison. Nervousness! Wakefiilness, Rheumatism Dyspepsia Brandy ...... .....10.30 a.m.
Jacksonville, South and West Florida- Orange, 2d Monday in August. County H. age or any disease or infirmity take Parker Leave Baldwin............................11.05 a.m. 1 < S
Arrives.................. 9:00 A. M. and 6:05: ; P. :M. Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Ret'enue-)1. Warring, Iad- Ginger Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body Leave Maxville..........................11.32 a.m. \ {

Closes .................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:30 p. M. Brevard, 4th Monday in September.Dade ison.Assessor Taxes B. D. Wadsworth Mad and give:you new DOLL.A.RSPaid life and vigor. Leave Highland..........................11.55 a.m. I
Arrives Sunday..... 10:25: A. M. 2d Monday in November. of for anything 1O9 injurious found in Ginger Tonicor Leave Lawtey ............................12.15 p.m. i.'.
Closes Sunday....... 4:00 pM. ison. for a failure to help or cure. Leave Temple's................. .......12.30 p.m. i I( I
Mail- MANATEE COUNTY.: SOe.and $t tizei lit dealer IK drug Law saving buying! ; Arrive Starke............................12.34 p.m. : 1;:
and King's Ferry County Oflicers.ALACHUA 1 Size. Mod circular JIiscox A Co., 1-
St. 163 Wm.SL"i.Y.
Mary's County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m. H.
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee. Leave Thurston .......................... 1.06p.m. < '. \ .,
Closes! Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. !f. County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A.. Watson, Pine Level. Arrive 'Val do.............................. 1.30 p.m. : : r> fP -

St. Mary's and Dungeness ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler! Bradentown PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.m. t '
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, or for improvements in old Leave Gainesville........................ 2.27p.m. : .i It. ::
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. )t. Sheriff John W. Turner Gainesville. Popash. ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand \ Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m. ., : ,\
Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. M. Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, all patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Batton.............................. 2.57p.m. I : Jf-.1? .
Closes' Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Hawthorne. Pine Level. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Archer............................. 3.15 p.m. t: t)
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. )[. Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- :MARION COUNTY. REJECTED may still, in most cases be pat- Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50p.m. :' .
and Letters from ville. County Judge-Samuel Marshall, Ocala. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.27 p.m. n' (L' :
Money Orders Registered ent Office, and in PATENT Leave Rosewood...... ....... ,
Superintendent of Sc/wols-'V. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. engaged BUSI- ............ 5.02 p.m. .
9:00: A. :M. to 1:00 p. M. ; and from 2:00 p. M. Gainesville. Sheriff A.. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.35 p.m. '
to 4:00: P. M. it :
ents in less time than those who are remote ,
SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. BAKER COUNTY. Assesstor of lores-Thomas Barco, Cotton Washington.When GOING NOKTH. ,! ,

County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant. Inventors send model or sketch Leave Cedar hey......................... 7.25 a.m. I' I'' = .",
GENERAL DIRECTORY. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy, we make search in the Patent Office and, Leave Rosewood.......................... 8.05 a.m. .j ,"
Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. advise as to its patentability free of Leave Otter Creek....................... 8.40 a.m. H, .' ,.
United States O ieers.r. Assessor of Ta.xes-Geor P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools-H. C. :Martin, Correspondence confidential fees charge Leave Bronson................. ........... 9.22a.m. l'; ** ; I

.. D OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. derson. Fort McCoy. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS; reason-PAT- Leave Archer.............................. 9.52a.m. r.I.: :'
Collector Revenue Leave Batton ................... 1 :" ,
Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. of -Fleming B. Smith MONROE COUNTY. ENT IS OBTAINED.We ... ......10.09 a.m. I ,
Jecever-J; F. Rollins, Gainesville. Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. refer by permission to the City Post- Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m. t.r: .,...',: l
Surt'/or-General-Ialachi Martin, Talla- Superintendent of Schools-A.. J. W. Cobb, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. master, and to the Superintendent of the Leave Gainesville. ......................10.50 a.m. i C; :' I
hassee. Olustee. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt Key West. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m. j.'. ; ). :
DISTRICT COURT. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes Walter C. Maloney\ Jr., I ington. For special references circular service Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m. ci ", "" I'
Leave Thurston............. ..... k' .
Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. County Judgc-J. 11. Richard, Providence. Key West. terms, etc., addressC. : ......12.24 p.m.
Jlarsllfll-J H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Walter C. Maloney, A. SNOW & CO., Arrive Starke.............................12.38 p.m. i'1 \." :
Leave Starke.........................
Clerk-Philip Walter Jacksonville. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key West.Superintendent. Opp.Patent Office. Washington. I)f!. 2tf ...... 1.00 p.mLeave K !f} ,,, ,
INTERNAL REVENUE. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key Temple.......................... 1.09p.m. I'..iJ t'.. "'
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Butler. 'Y cst. HORACE DREW Leave Lawtey ............................. 1.33 P.m. ;,, ,i ., :
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, :NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Highland.......................... 1.55 p.m. ,: .
John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Supcrinteudcnt. Bookseller, Stationer, Leave Maxville.......................:... -".10 p.m. ,. ;' ''. .'
:Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Printer and Binder. Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.43 p.m. ; t ," '
F.! House, St. Augustine. Starke. dina. Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.53p.m. 'I ..
Clerk-J. A Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Branch............ ...
Joseph Hirst. Cedar Key. BRKVARD COUNTY. Brandy .. 3.15 p.m.
School Books and
Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Orange WrapsNOW Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35p.m. i;. :'V" ,
State Officers. Point.County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- A SPECIALITY. Leave Callahan........................... 4.25 p.m. :I\\Jt If /\." ., '

nandina. Leave Hart's Road...................... 5.15 p.m. ;' "
Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Ret'elwe-'Yarrcll F. Scott Fer- #33" Liberal discounts to' Teachers and Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m. :-::j $
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Assessor of Tares-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- nandina. :} \ 1':
Tallahassee.LieutenantGovernorLivingston gianna. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR ,
Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- application. t:
W. Bethel Collector of Ret'elute-A. D. Johnston, Or- botham, Callahan. 59 W. BAY STREET, t.4..1: "

Key 11'est.Secretary of. State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee lando, Orange county.Sujteriniendent of Schools-A.. Grady, La ORANGE COU TY. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. DIVISION. r: ;}1:.' "

Grange. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando. GOING SOUTH. if#:! fir. I

ColltJtroller'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. CLAY COUNT,. Clerk-J. P.: Hughey, Orlando. RAILROADS. Leave Waldo" Junction................ 1.40 p.m. j.:' j
Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid. Leave Dixie.................. n.,,:. ,.t. r,
7'rcasurcr-I1enr A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange -- --------- ------ ............... -".0" p.m. '" : .
AUomey-Gcneral-George P. Rancy, Talla- Park. Assessor Fla.Collector. of Taxes-James: M.\ Owens, Fort FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 2.20p.m. !! "J }t.;" ( < 1

hassee. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove Reid Leave Lochloosa.......................... 2.38 p.m. 4i!: i- '
Commissioner of Lands-P. "". White.Tallahassee. Springs. Sanford. of Revenue-Richard H. )Marks FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m. S! ", !

Sheriff James W. DeWitt Green Cove -- Leave Anthony Place................. 3.31 p.m.4' k :
Public tructitm-E. K. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks Leave Silver ......... .
Superintendent of Springs. JACKSONVILLE: May 13th 1883. I Spring ........... 4.00p.m. f !
Foster, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-Win. Conway, Kingsley. Fort Reid. /COMMENCING this date, Trains,on this : Leave Ocala................ ................. 4.30 p.m. i!; Jft":
Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Collector of Revenue!-Win. S. Plummer, PUTNAM COUNTY. \j road and its connection will run as fol- Leave Lake Weir: Station............. 5.18 p.m. !!\1' ,"' .,Ji'...:'
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Maxville. Judge of p'obate-B. Harrison, Palatka. lows Arrive Wildwood....................... 5.45 p.m. j
(Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Superintendent of Sc"ools-)1. F. Geiger, Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. : GOING NORTH. J t.! N( ::

see. Middleburg. Assessor-S.Sheriff-Thomas E. Timmons.Shally. WESTWARD.No.. :No. 1. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. -,.00 H.llI. ; .i--.: '
Clerk R. C. Tallahassee. .
COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector Price. Accom. :Mail. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35 a.m. t.'j } '
Special Agent. -Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Ret'cIUte-Joseph Public Schools J. W. Leave Jacksonville....... 6.00 p m 9.30 a m Leave Ocala................................. 9.00 a.m. 't"}. K
Jacksonville. of :
Building, Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Strickland. Arrive Baldwin ............ 7.15 p m 10.13 a m Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18a.m. ;J. .
SUPREME COURT. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Lake City...........11.45pm 1.00pm Leave Anthony Place................. !9.46 a.m. !L 't
CJiicf Justice'-E. 1[. Randall Jacksonville. Assessor of T"xc.I. W. Rivers:Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Live Oak............ 1.25am 2.18pm Leave Orange Lake ......... ...........10.13 a.m. r : 1 .
Associate Justice J. Westcott:; jr., Tallahas- Collector of Tuxes-3. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Madison ............ 3.35am 4.03pm Leave Lochloosa.................... .....10..9 a.m. .a: C '.' 'J J

see.Associate Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer Sheriff-Thomas Osteen, Perry. Drifton..............5.25am 5.30pm Leave Hawthorne........................10.57 a.m. I! ..., t
Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Monticello ......... 5.55am 5.50pm Leave Dixie................................11.15 a.m. "it .," j'} ".
Jacksonville. DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin Tallahassee......... 7.00am 7.00pm Arrive Waldo Junction-.... .........11.35 a.m. 13 :r.i
Clerk C. II. Foster Tallahassee. Perry. Leave Tallahassee........ 7.25pm Trains '
CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonville.County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Arrive Quincy............. 8.40 pm daily except Sunday. :. \-.1'

First Circuit-Augustus E.;: Maxwell, Pen- Clerk-Thomas County SU1'Ieyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Chatta. River..... 9.40pm : l \
E. Buckman
sacola. I Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Leave River Junction... 9.40 p m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. P.. :;; ;
Second Ci/'Cttit-Davi S. Walker,Tallahassee. Sheriff Bowden, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry. Arrive Marianna: .......... 11.23 pm GOING 'g = : 1, l
Assessor T"res-A. J. SOUTH. !
of Prevatt, Jackson- ::1 :, [,., "
ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. Pensacola........... 6.35am i.
vi 11 Leave Fernandina..li.o ,1 1' '
Third Circuit E. J. Vann, Madison. e. Montgomery: ..... 8.50pm : a.m. 6.15 p.m. .' r 2t v. ;
Fourth Circuit--James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Rct'l'1nte-l\loses J. Brown, County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Mobile............... 4.25pm Leave Hart's Road..1 p.m. 6.55 p.m. ; Lj., ., -
Jacksonville. tine. Arrive t
: Jacksonville.... 1.00
:New Orleans...... p.m. 8.00p.m. ,
t .t
ville. 10.15pm 34
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Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. 1 :
Superintendent of Se/wols-Albcrt J. Rus- I Augustine. .
Fifth{ Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- sell Jacksonville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Houston........... 6.50am GOING NORTH. ." .',:.. '".. F.l

ville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St. EASTWARD.No. Leave Jacksonville..... 9.00a.m. 3.35p.m. Sifth Circvit-H. I... )Mitchell Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine. : 4. No. 2. Leave Hart's Road..... 9.35 a.m. 4.01 p.m. j .'
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias Accom. Mail. Arrive Fernandina.....10.40a.m. 5.00p.m. f1t .',r: :
Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. St. Arrive Jacksonville....... 6.40 a m 4.30 pin Trains double daily except Sunday. 'I't, .;: ,..,
Court Calendar. Sheriff-James )[. Duncan, Jasper. Augustine. Baldwin............. 5.15am 3.48pm ; ,
Schools C. SUNDAY TRAINS. .,
Superintendent F.
Assessor of Tuxes-J. R. Hunter Ancrum. of Perpall, Lake City.......... 1.20am 12.47pm r r. ; ( .
FIRST CIRCUIT. Collector of Rtt'emte-'Y. H. H., McLeod St. Augustine. Live Oak..._......11.40pm 11.34 a m Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.45a.m. ; I'fl_' 's
Fall Term- Columbia cOunty.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. Madison ............ 9.30 pm 10.08 a m Arrive Fernandina......................11.10 a.m. .f ff' ,
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. of Schools Joshua H. Rob- County Judge-Henry Cassidy, Leesburg Drifton............... 7.20 pra 8.23am Leave Fernandina........................5.00 p.m. !) ,",
Walton, 4th Monday in October. erts, Ancrum. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Monticello ......... 7.45pm 8.50am Arrive Jacksonville.._................... 6.25 p.m.CONNECTIONS. '
Holmes. Wednesday after 4th Mondayin S/Ieriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. Tallahassee......... 5.30pm 6.45am ; ,
October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Assessor Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster. K 1:, It- .
of Leave Tallahassee ........ 7.00 a m '
Wellington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Collector of Rel'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton, Arrive Quincy............. 5.30 a m '5 i il >J;
in October. ville. Sumterville. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.30 a m -l.' IlX,,:
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke, Arrive River Junction.. 4.30 a mIarianna. AT FERNANDINA> FLA., > h""

October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. :\ .......... 2.28am With New York and Fernandina Steam:1 I.:+ :; '."
Kscambia. Monday in December.This Assessor of Jaxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Pensacola........... 7.30 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 ii! ; \ ;' :,
act amended section 2 of act of February ville. I a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 and for New pr
County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live Leave Montgomery..... 8.30 a m p.m. : : I :
io, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Ret'enue-F. M. Townsend, I Leave :\Mobile.............. 2.00 pm York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m. 1{ t >l; ,

Spring Term. Brooksville. Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m or 5.50 p.m. i Of: tJ. ):< :
A THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Houston............ 6.15pm With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah 1' t,; ,

Spring Term- Fort Dade. Assessor of Taxes-" H. Sessions, Wei Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily Sunday, Wednesday and Friday. ,:: ': :
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. born. except Sunday. AT CALLAHAN. iJ.-J.I. ,..:.. ,

April. County ,Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Ret'C1tue-Robert F. Allison, SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. To and from Savannah and Charleston at ti ."; .,. ",
Madison 2d Monday in April. Live Oak. SLEEPING CARS Tallahassee to Pensacola. -,.,_,'- and 9.45 ,. wt I
Clerk-Win. C. Brown, Tampa. > ; a. In., 7.30 and 4.22 p. in. '
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. S/Ieriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones CONNECTIONS.At },. is
Suwanee 1st after 4th Monday AT BALDWIN, FLA., >
Monday Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Live Oak. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by 6f
in Anril.! Collector of Revenue-W. F. funs, Tampa. YOLUSIA COUNTY. No. 4 in the-a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and i_

Columbia, Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Sc/wol.s-'V.P. Henderson County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- all points North and East; with the Fernan- 2.43 p.m. .
April. dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE, 4.l 9t

in Lafayette April. 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Tampa. JEFFERSON. prise.Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka 10.37 a.m. and 2.20 tt!.l: r
the St. Johns River.
Fall Term County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. p.m. n,
with Florida Tran-
At Baldwin, by No. 1
B. Simkins Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter- AT WILDWOOD. :
Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff-To ,
& Railroad for
sit Peninsular Gainesville '
With Line to and from
October. Clerk W. C. Bird, Monticello. prise. Stage Brooksville r&&
Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools"". R. Taylor, Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan De- Ocala Ports., Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Gulf and Tampa daily except Sunday. i;" .

Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Land. At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida With Stage Line to and from Leesburg f F, .#.
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent! of Schools-A. Cranshaw, & Western Railroad.At daily except. Sunday.I. 1
in October. ticello. Enterprise. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., f: i'

: Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday in Collector of 'emte-Joseph Palmer, Mon WAKULLA COUNTY.: Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers :f...

October. ticello. CountiJudge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. urdays.At for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp. tit'
,. Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham Wau- Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville. Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- m.; for Tampa and :Manatee Monday and rt, .
in October. keenah. Cl.erk-"Sat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. cola & Atlantic Railroad! for Marianna. Pen- Friday. FOURTH CIRCUIT LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval, sacola, )Mobile :Montgomery New Orleans, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key t'
Spring Term- '. County Judge"". J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville. and all points in the West, Southwest and West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.; i J
St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. County Treasurer-W.. Walker, Craw- Northwest forming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. ,; i
Clay, 4th Tuesday in )larch. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville. QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates ,
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. :". ,. Superintendent ofSdiools-J.C.Ramsey,New Collector of Ret'enueH.. Walker,Craw- points ; and with the Central and People's etc., apply to .6 J : '
Baker! 2d Tuesday in April. .. "TrO\'. ford ville. Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A. MACDONELL\ ,
assau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw- Apalachicola and Tuesdays and Saturdays Gen Ticket and Pass.Agent. a aD.
Duval, lit Tuesday in May. Troy.. fordville. for Columbus and Eufaula. E. :MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21k j'

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!') L : : ; THE FLORIDA MIRROR. A $25J OO Blaze. Annual Exhibition at St. Joseph's What May be Done- -In- --Florida. List of Letters -

;" t Convent.A The long-looked-for day has come at last, Remaining in the Post-Office Fernandi

' : ri YI rt I HUOT'S STEAM SAW-MILL TOTALLY DESTROYEDBY large and attentive audience witnessedthe and Florida has the proud satisfaction of na, Nassau county, Florida, June 30 1883 i
.. #2.00 A YEAR; #7.00 FOR SIB MONTHS knowing that one of the finest and best locomotives Persons calling for these letters
.. ,';1 ,' ?ri FIRE. exercises of the annual exhibition givenat within her borders was built in the advertised: must sa y

I 1 1 i IJ ,t 1k'. 1'$t Reflections. The steam saw-mill, at the foot of Escam- St. Joseph's Convent last Thursday even- shops of the Florida Transit & Peninsular Carter
, Mary McCarl G
.t' W
t ill. 't.' i'h bia street, owned by :\\Ir. C. H. Huot, together ing-the address of welcome being deliveredby Railroad, in Fernandina, by Mr. R. V. Da- Cole, WalterClinch :
'\ r" .; master of This Mitchell Miss Susie
\r it with nearly 600,000 feet of lumber little Nettie Ligeour.The honey, machinery. superb Peter Manou
Moore left for St. Augustine Treypa
;': r J : r Bishop yesterday locomotive draws the passenger train from
:.' :",: were totally destroyed by fire Thursday exercises were somewhat varied, con- Waldo to Wildwood. Captain Whaling an Charley Joseph Means, Josephine
f L Drake
J V Peterson
The fire first discovered aboutone of music the operetta "Laila:" and experienced and skillful engineer has the Peter
t,I". \ "" jj i : The San Antonio, this week, carried fiftypassengers. night. was sisting Davis, IdaFurmpus Randolph, Nanny
i "', F 4 t 4' o'clock Rufus Johnson colored the .'School for Daughters. management of the locomotive, and he is as
; : : :<.. by a comedy Nellie Rt>pparll. R B
} of it if it
proud as were a living being. He
|l.f i : ; ,, Mr. C. W., Hilliard, of Hilliard, was in man. Johnson was employed in the mill, The proficiency displayed by the pupils in says that in an experience of forty years as Greenfel. Angel Smith, WillThomas.
and had there to in order to music reflects credit the of the Jarbde, Adolph SarahWidawake
> t eCltv yesterday.I gone sleep, on managers an engineer, he has found no locomotive Lang Morris\

I'llfJ!' I ;\f, ;;. The (County; Commissioners will hold theirmonthly await a favorable tide for fishing. He was institution. The duets: and trios, as well as superior to it, and but few to equal it. It Sarah

f r awakened the heat of the fire and the music "Laila has a 5-foot wheel, 22-inch stroke, and 13J- HELD FOR POSTAGE:
by gave of were nearly all well
;j J i lev e next Wednesdaj'
:t M inch cylinder. It is certainly one of the Foster & McKay, Titdsville, Pa.
:f l';. : ., ; :: n I The lumber piles in the yard of the Huot the alarm by blowing the mill whistle. Mr. performed; especially is this true of the "Ca- handsomest locomotives in the service, and SAM'L T. RIDDELL. P. M.

::: .; "I ;,.,. ; ;f..I mill were burning all day yesterday. J. S. Lee, the sawyer and foreman of the liph of Bagdad," (Moelen), by Misses L. for speed and power, Captain Whaling chal- Nassau Fibre

,I:4'E:: I Farrell, of Waldo, superintendent mill, who lives near, was awakened by the Kelly and M. Pons. lenges any locomotive of like dimensions in ,
:, t the State. It should be a matter of joy and For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior
+I; I; 'I 'r t t,,* of the Santa Fe Canal, was in the city this first alarm and hurried; to the scene, but The manner in which the comedy "Schoolfor pride, as well as self-gratulation, to the to anything else in use. For sale by

,. : \ ..'I week. already the whole roof of the mill was Daughters" was "put upon the boards," capable management of the railroad, that ''I June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.

.7; ..p f '..! > t. Mrs. R. ,\Y. Southwick left for the North burning. Johnson states that when he first so to speak, would have been creditable to they have inaugurated this work, and that ---- -

discovered the fire the shed of the boiler older and they have the honor of having had constructed Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
i 1't' t: :" : r r 1 yesterday morning, by the steamship San : more experienced heads, all the under their supervision the first loco-
:'i house was ablaze. The boilers are located characters being well personated. containing twenty acres each of
oJ. r : motive built in Florida. The rolling stockof
,I., choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake
!1' 't't' south of the mill, and the fresh southwest The exercises were closed by the distribu- this road is in better condition than that suitable for :
: : The directors of the Fernandina Lyceum orange growing and truck farm
t' : i ,, .j;
.'r : wind blowing of course fanned the flames tion of premiums, in whicu Rt. Rev. Bishop of any other road in the State.Waldo Ad- ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
dividend of
; Association have declared
1 .r. : 1 ,I.J; vertiser.
: : L. every minute to increased fury and volume Moore took part. very conveniently situated for transportation
.. ,' {, 'A seven per cent. water rail and will be
and right into the mill. When Mr. Lee The ladies by or sold on
\r following young having over Range of ThermometerFOR
r )''t + C. W. of terms t& suit purchasers. Titles are unques-
'i Higginbotham Superintendent
t :L arrived he did not find sufficient steam on one thousand good marks, received crownsof THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JUNE 29, tionable. Also valuable timber lands in

.J t.\.;: :' n- 'it, :J t Public Schools of this county, was in the the boilers to work the donkey engine, and, honor :-Miss\ Chrissie Mullarky, 1,438 ; HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS
I' ,'. 'J' city this week. February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.
consequently, nothing could be done. Miss Janie Mahoney, 1,436Iis; Mamie\ I

t; : ; ':: s4i' ::'j:1 Mr. Klarer has begun the erection of ai From the mill the fire quickly com- Pons, 1,369; Miss Mamie\ Nolan, 1:3:18Iiss: : ; \ / .: M= M= 1a =- For Rent.

t;; :; /i \. two-story dwelling-house! on his lot on Ash municated to the piles of lumber on the Aggie Kelly, 1,2951iss; \ Lizzie Kelly{ 1,225; I 11 i. c.o. >: Avery desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof

" '" t; L ....:. ) street, below Sixth. dock and in the yard, aggregating alto- Miss May Acosta, 1,2151iss; Mamie Healy, t'P'4 M r JOHN HEDGES,

::,:,: ; f. ..; Over 16,000 watermelons were shipped to gether nearly three-quarters of a million 1,1591iss; Maggie White, 1,120; Miss Maggie Saturday.....June23 80 86 88 83 I SEe January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.

r .... ......
24 79 85 83 80 SEe
,," ,.,: ..: New York by the Mallory\ steamship San feet, and all of it, with the dock, was Peterson, 1,115. Sunday I Livery Stable at a Bar,aln..
I" j Monday ............25 80 84 80 78 SW.Tuesday..26 .
iii, 'j' ;' Antonio this week. consumed. Dllry e's mill, which is located The gold medal for greatest improvementin 76 85 87 86 S\V. I offer at a bargain my entire establish-

q ; .'I"t. i: : .r The colored Baptist churches in this city only a hundred yards south of the music (donated by Miss L. D. Vi'rialonga. ) Wednesday.......27 81 88 90 87 I W.Thursday..28 ment in this city, consisting of Carriages
Carts Saddle and
Buggies. Wagons ,
; a Huot mill, was unable to give any assist- was awarded to Miss Mantle Pons. 80 \ 88 86 84 SEe Carriage
: 1.j are receiving extensive interior improve- Friday .......?......29 78 88 86 84 \ W. Horses, Harness, etc.
: i ments.:* Mr. 0. S. Oakes has the contract. ance, as it had not been running for some The gold medal for greatest improvementin Terms of purchase CASH.

; ; :\. days, and, consequently, no steam was car- arithmetic (donated by Mr.W. F.V.Scott) G. F. AVERY.
l .: From to-morrow and for the rest of the
ii" Office and Stable First Street
-- near Broom
: ried. At different times during the night was awarded to Miss Lizzie Kelly : MARINE. ,
:i ,.\ summer months, the evening services at the Street Wharf. 46
I,; the house of Mr.\ Geo. S. Roux, on the hill, Bishop Moore announced that owing to
t it Presbyterian Church will dispensed with. Port of Fernandina. --
; was in great danger from the sparks of the the non-arrival of the medals, presentation
f j n
;,' "Lit: ; Hon. D. L. Yulee and family have gone mill but and of the would HIGH WATER. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
burning a gang was organized same have to be deferred.
'I. .....
June 30. 3:52 4:26P.M.
L. Saturday, : A.M.
'to Pittsfield, Mass.\ one of New England'sfamous
ft'f '. provided with force pump and hose and Sunday, July 1...... 4:56": 5:31":
: h..4 summer resorts. )Ir. Yulee has they saved the property.The The City Council. Monday, 2...... 5:59": 6:29"

f ) : ; leased a cottage for the season. mill destroyed was estimated by Mr. The regular meeting of the City:!. Councilwas Tuesday, 3...... 6:54: 7:23 "
r f'" ..... "
4. ':44" 8:11
i'x; H. Mr. 0. S. Oakes is putting up a six room Huot to be worth $15,000. It had a seventyfive held Wednesday evening last. Present: Thursday Wednesday, 5...... 8:31": 8:57":

t..: ;r'\c{ cottage on Tenth street, near the Dewson horse-power engine, and used a circularsaw. Aldermen Suhrer, Hoyt, Avery, Kelly. Williams Friday, 6...... 9:17" 9:41":

i : ::1&" & property, for Mr. S. Carreo the cigar manu- It was provided with five cylinder King and Robinson. i

facturer. boilers 30x30. The boilers were nearly new, Bills referred: Horsey &; Co., for[600 vac- ENTERED. OhMyBackf

< : been in cine points, $30 R. W. Taylor scrubbing June 23-Bark Ibis, Sawyer, New York ;
; : Ii': There will be a match game of base-ball having placed position only four ; ballast, to master.

:. f ,r between the Rubber Base-Ball Club, of years ago. Within the last six weeks Mr. Council room, $1.50. 25-Sch. Cook Borden, Lunt, New

i r' t.fi Jacksonville, and a Fernandina nine in this Huot had spent some $2,000 in repairs, im- The bill of George Mott for nursing pauper York ; railroad castings, to F.

f. ; ; '; city Wednesday afternoon. provements and new machinery. The mill $10, referred at last meeting, was returned C. &; W. R. R. That's a common expres-
i.4 "', 25-Sch. Wm. Wiler, Donohoo, Philadelphia -
has world of
sion and
l': :.f' \ : J.i At a meeting of the stockholders of the was provided with a plentiful supply of approved by the committee and ordered s paid ; ballast to master. a

:: L. P'" Ferny ndins Lyceum Association, held on ground pipe and hose for extinguishing The Committee on Streets, etc., tai whomwas 25-Suit. Wm. H. Keeney. Lippincott, meaning., How much suf-

b ; ', ; 1 J"1fJ Monday evening last. June 25th, the following purposes, and had a well-organized force of referred the claim of Mr. G. NJ Saussy, Charleston ; ballast to master. fering is summed up in it.
23-S. P. St. Nicholas Dennett Savannah
i"" : .; : gentlemen were chosen directors: John some thirty. For this reason Mr. Huot for damages, reported unfavorably! on the with freight, and, passengers --

r. :. r : Hedges, G. Stark, Thos. Kydd, S: A. Swann, rather trusted to the safeguards taken for claim and the report of the committee was to C. A. Haley. The singular thing aboutit

; loss fire than the approved.The .: 25 S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett. Sa-
I l and H. E. Dotterer. protection against by pay -
: ,. ; .Iti i is that pain in the backis
m'' t high rate of insurance on this class of prop- proposal of Cot J. C. Read,to keepin vannah ; with freight and pas- ,
: f' r Fernandina
; 1 The Base Ball Club has accepted -
sengers to C. A. Haley. occasioned by so
: erty, and thus he was without a cent of insurance repair the plank walk, as well as the road, many
r !
V. : i a challenge from? the Herald BaseBall 27-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder. 1,680 be caused
f ,: 1 4 i:{ Club, of Jacksonville to play a series and the whole of it will prove a to Old Town, and the causeway to the; beach, tons, New York ; with freight things. May by

r total. loss. A watchman-a white man-is at $225 for the ensuing year, was reported and passengers to R. W. South- kidney disease, liver com-
i of three The first will
games. game
J wick
I t .t employed in the mill, who is supposed to favorably upon by the committee*and accepted agent. plaint, consumption, cold,
:, : ; 'f 't wt come off on the grounds in this city. The 27-S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett, Savannah -
: ?
the board.
t !' day will be announced. keep up sufficient steam during the nightto by with freight and pas- rheumatismdyspepsiaover-
work the pumps. It seems almost im- President Suhrer requested the Committee.. sengers, to C. A. Haley, agent. work!:;:, nervous debility, &c.
; ,} ,; Messrs. E. B. Bailey, of Monticello, and
t Ordinances etc. to
possible that the fire should have gainedso on meet prepare the CLEARED.
H. A. Blackburn, of Live Oak, as representatives -
; much it did before it Ordinances of the city for printing, and to
headway, as was
the don'tneglect
44 \Yhatcver
25 S. P. St. Nicholas Dennett. Sa- cause,
( i! ', of the truck-growers of their ,
respective obtain estimate for tjie
discovered had watchfulness been an copies of ) rules
proper vannah with freight and
I ; -
: passengers it. Something is
; sections the of
: accompanied shipments
exercised, and when it was discovered there of Council. \ by C. A. Haley.
watermelons and vegetables by Mallory's 26 Soberano Rosen de Don wrong and needs prompt
was not sufficient steam to work the donkey The dog-tax ordinance passed secohd read -Brig ,
5t. : steamship San Antonio to New York this :> Buenos Ayres ; lumber, by J. attention. No medicine has
.. engine.Mr. ing.An C. Read.
",f. ,. I week. : Huot estimates his loss at $25,000, but ordinance was introduced by Alderman... 27-Sch. Cook Borden. Lunt, Martinique yet been discovered that

I; + ; The steamship San Antonio cleared yesterday this will probably be reduced some, as the Hoyt repealing the modified quarantine' or- ; lumber, by C. Compty. will so quickly and surelycure

t .," i ; 1, for New York having on board the boilers and heavy machinery apparentlyare dinance, with a view of abolishing quarantine 27-S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett, Sa- such diseases as
vannah with freight and
!" "r I 1 following cargo : 16,284 melons, 2,201 packages in a pretty fair state of preservation, and altogether. The ordinance passed first sengers,;by C. A. Haley. pas- BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, and I

f"J', : : vegetables, 495 barrels rosin, 154 barrelsspirits can be made use of again. reading and a motion was made to waive 28-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder 1,680 it does this by commencingat

;:'4: I I' 361 cases cedar, 233 empty kegs, 88 Mr. Huot will probably rebuild immedi- the rules and read it the second time, but it tons, New York ; with freight
the foundation and mak-
: : merchandise 25 bales 31 Mr. Williams voting in and passengers, by R.W. South- ,
t 1 packages moss, ately, though he has not decided as yet. was not agreed 'to,
wick agent. ing the blood pure and rich.
: ;
R i I Iii, bales wool. Two vessels are under charter, and on the negative. ; 29-S. P. St. Nicholas, Dennett, Sa-

;, The colored laboring men of this city have their way now to load the lumber just de- A motion of Alderman Hoyt to dispensewith vannah, with freight and pas-

.:.. ,>, ,i ) formed an organization to be known as the stroyed. Mr. W. B. C. Duryee has kindly the services of the quarantine: inspec- sengers, by C. A. Haley. Wm.Marshall: ,of Logans-

:. Fernandina Labor Society. The principal offered Mr. Huot the use of his mill. tors was carried. ; IN 1'OKT. port Indiana,writes: :My wife

; .object for which this society has been organized The following resolution was adopted : Bark Ibis (Am.), Sawyer. has for many years been trou-

y is stated to be the mutual protection of Change of Schedule.On Resolved That the clerk be authorized to Brig G. W. Hall (Br.), McConnell.\ bled from pain in her back

and after Monday next a new schedule obtain from the clerk of the Supreme Courta Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell. and general debility incidentto
: the those who
laboring principally
l men, goes into effect on the Florida Transit &; certified copy of the decision of said courtin Brig Angelia. Evans. her sex. She has taken one
work on the docks. They propose to demand the cases of the City of Jacksonville vs. E. Sch. Mark Pendleton, Warren.
bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters,
''r $1.75 per day for this class of work. Peninsular and Fernandina &; Jacksonville M. L'Engle, and the City of Jacksonville vs. Sch. Chas. Moore Adams.

t I Railroads. Trains going south, on the Tran- P. P. L'Engle.Mr. Sch. Tom Williams, Wheaton.Sch. and I can truthfully say that

; : Quarantine against Jacksonville is virtually sit Road, leave Fernandina at 11 o'clock a. King gave notice that at the next Wm. Wiler Donohoo. she has!' been so much benefited .
; at an end. The City Council, at its last Sch. Wm. H.
: Keeney, Lippincott. that she it the !
I m., instead of 8, three hours later, arrivingat meeting of the Council he would introducea pronounces
meeting abolished the quarantine offices. of medi-
;; only remedy ::
Cedar Key at 8.02 p. m.; going north, the resolution to amend the rules so as to pro-
An ordinance was introduced by Mr. Hoyt for has tried."
Figs Preserving. cines she
,,' train will leave Cedar Key at 7 o'clock, as vide for a Committee on City Property.
,A.f, : repealing modified quarantine ordinance, Orders left at Mr.\ Stark's store will be
heretofore, but will arrive at Fernandina at
.t, but it did not pass, owing to the opposition Cr sus. filled as long as the limited supply lasts, by and
t 5.25. twenty-five minutes earlier. The trains W. F. SCOTT. Leading physicians
: of Peter Williams, his vote being sufficient A bachelor friend has sent the follow-
i for Ocala and Wildwood will leave Waldoat us Fernandina, July 1, 1883. clergymen use and recom-
( _, to defeat any measure to be, passed under ing beautiful little It is not original
poem ,
4.18 p. m., arriving at at 6.50 o'clock mend BROWN'S IRON BIT-
a suspension of the rules. However, Mr.\ but
found while old
i was overlooking some Masonic.
will leave Ocala at 8:30: a. m., arriving at TERS. It has cured others
+ 1\ .. Williams checkmated when the resolution
was It is that
papers. so exquisite we repro- Regular communications Amelia
Waldo at 11.10 a. m., to connect with north
,r passed doing away with the officers be- duce it : 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 : suffering as you are, and it
bound train of the Transit Road. ,
'Si: ; fore mentioned.Mr. January 22. July 16. will cure you.
The trains of the Fernandina & Jackson- My small Charley said to me February 19. August 13.

John Hedges has sent lissome sample ville Railroad will leave Jacksonville for That he had lots of riches. March 19. September:: 10.

.'$ \, bottles of wine of his vintage of 1882. The Fernandina at 7.30 o'clock a. m., arriving "How much, old man?" said I. Said he, April 16. October 15.

i wine is excellent, and makes a pleasant and "Two in breeches May 21. November 12.
here for
at 9.05; Jacksonville, will leave hereat farthings my ; June 18. December 10.
for the dinner table. Mr.
delightful beverage
r 2 o'clock p. m., arriving at Jacksonvilleat December 27.

Hedges informs us that with the accumulation 3.37. This is the regular week-day sched- "A silver fourpence in my purse, At 7:30: p. m. Visiting brethren fraternally

of his products of former years, his ule. In addition, on Thursdays, the sailing And one French bit of money ;" invited to attend. J. H. PRESCOTT,
is than his individual J. E. WANDELL, W. M,
q stock larger necessi- Then added-speaking of his nurse-
days of the Mallory Line of steamships a C. H. BERG, Secretary. DEALER IN
( ties require, and that he is willing to dis- train will leave Jacksonville at 4.15 o'clockp. 'Twas given me by Nunny."A .

of his stock. We throw MEN'S BOYS' YOUTH'S LADIES',
pose superfluous AND ,
P m., arriving here at 6, connecting with
Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its
; ; this hint out to those of our readers who lucky sixpence, father, too.
the Mallory steamships; and returning, will regular convocations on the Thursday following MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S,
,r enjoy a good glass of wine, and wish to obtain leave here at 7.15 o'clock p. m., arriving in He paused, as though to measure, each regular communication of Ame-

: ? ", a pure and unadulterated article. With those grave eyes, what I should do lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. SHOES
Jacksonville at 8.45 FINE
iC i p. On hearing of such treasure. Transient companions fraternally invitedto ,
:' 5d The Fernandina Lyceum Associa On Sundays the trains will leave Jackson- attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P.

tion. ville at 7:30 o'clock a. m., arriving here at With those grave eyes he looked at me W. A. JONES, Secretary. AND

t The following is a general statement of 10.25; returning, will leave here at5 o'clock, Ere he resumed his parley- Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,

.i the Fernandina Lyceum Association, June and arrive at Jacksonville at 6.25 p. m. It was as plain as A B C, Knights of Honor.

E i ',' 25, 1883 : (Or plainer, perhaps, to Charley) Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H., FERNANDINA, FLA.
LIABILITIES. meets the first and third Tuesday nights in
t Died. -
i To stock.................................... $3,412 50 That weighty matters were our care, every month, at 8 o'clock.G. NOTICE.
.. At the residence of Mr. P. M. Wilds, near N. SAUSSY Dictator.W. .
4" ,: ; To earnings vested the Lyceum We meant to try and sift 'em- ,
Hall property.......... ........ 1,63472: Port Henry, of consumption, C. G. Edwards, i J. WOODWARD, Reporter. ALL CREDITORS, LEGATEES AND
"And, Charley said, "are you entitled to distribution of the
L' : To earnings for cash in treasury.. 261 67 in the 37th year of his age. Mr. Edwards, papa
of Wm. Marson, deceased are hereby
As rich a man as I am? estate
T I : $5,308 89 or Kitt," as he was familiarly called by his Legion of lb nor. notified to present their claims, duly authen

it ASSETS. acquaintances, was a brother of Mr. J. A. And I replied, the while I drew Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of ticated, within two years from date or the

'w Lyceum Hall property.$5,047 22 Edwards, of this city, and for several yearsan My arm around his shoulder: H., meets the: second and fourth Friday same will be barred.
in month 8 o'clock. JOHN A. ELLERMANN: ,
i Cash on hand............... 261 67.*-$5,308 89 employ the railroad company here. "Charley, I'm not so rich as you. nights every THEO. STARBUCK, at Commander.W. Executor.

JOHN President. He leaves a wife and several small children. Because I'm ages older." J. WOODWARD, Secretary. Fernandina, Fla., June 28, 1883.



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