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: July 7, 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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VOL. V. FEN ANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1883. NO. 32 ; '

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1 !' STATE NEWS. lated by the wild Seminole, and before the NEW YORK. employ great numbers of men, as a rule pay THE FRENCH CAPITAL.

Spaniard had succeeded in effecting a foot- with trade dollars, which they frequentlybuy $k
,; A thirty-room hotel has been contractedfor ing in the Land of Flowers. A great many A WAIL FROM HOTEL PROPRIETORS:{ 'AT THE at a discount, and thus make money. FRANCE CREASING ITS ARMY IN AN UNOBTRUSIVE .

to be erected at Darbyville, on the Flor- have viewed the wreck, and, in the memory SEASIDE-THE VISIT OF THE CONTINENTAL Now, however, working men are growing MANNER THE-FRENCH COUNT FRONTIER.To VON MOLTKE. AND KS,

:i i ida Central & Western. of the oldest settler, never has ,a boat been GUARDS OF :NEW ORLEANS-THE FIGHT alive to their interests and declare that they the Editor of the Mirror

Rev. W. H. McCormick, pastor of the known to sink at this particular point. The AGAINST THE TRADE DOLLAR.To will not in future accept trade dollars in PARIS. June 18, 1883.

Presbyterian Church at Gainesville, died at peculiar build of the craft confirms the,opinion the Editor of the Mirror: payment for their wages. Thehands of two In the summer of 1881 )Ir. Hiram)Maxim

j his home on Friday of last week. that it is the remnant of an old Spanish NEW YORK, June 30, 1883. leading cigar making firms notified their an American electric engineer, was robbedat ,'

Two Norwegian barks arrived at Pensacolaon craft.-Palatka Herald.RAILROAD. Unless the weather should change decidedly employers Thursday: of this intention, the Grand Hotel of the sum of 10,000

the 4th, from Vera Cruz, with yellow and a prolonged spell of heat with sultry and at other large places the men will follow francs by a notorious pickpocket and sharper -

fever on board. Both vessels are rigidly iso- NOTES. evening makes its appearance, the hotel suit before the end of the week. named John Palmer, and an accompliceof

lated at quarantine. proprietors at the seaside resorts will have shard Francis Murphy, the temperance preacher the latter, named Jack Hamilton. Noth-
From letter from friend in
Alachua. a private a time of]%, Coney Island has thus far goes to Europe in September for rest. He ing more was heard of the thieves until a'
Jacksonville who is in know
a position to ,
been quite a sufferer from the pleasant days has already engaged a stateroom on the few days when the {
Mr. 0. S.Acee departed this life on Sunday we gather the following items in regard to ago, English police suggested
and cool nights. At the Manhattan Beach steamer City of Rome. that the two would
illness of but a few men probably be
after I
morning last, an the work on the Jacksonville Tampa & Key
and has Hotel, Mr. Breslin who is the lessee this A private letter from Theodore Thomas at the race for the Grand Prix. Mr. Maxim
this in 1875
He came to city West Railroad
days. : "Of the 50 miles of road
manifested deep interest in the welfare of year, says : We are doing splendidly. but states that he will give up handling large went to the race, but could not identify
a between Jacksonville and Palatka there
re- one of his lieutenants told me in confidencethe choruses, on account of the fact that so them and giving all
the of his up hope was returningto
Gainesville from that time to day moins but 13 or 14 miles yet to be graded.
death. Since H. F. Dutton &Co. establishedtheir There at work and other evening that the hotel was losing many dead-head tickets have to be issued to London by the Dieppe route. As, how-
are seven pile-drivers
bank here he has been cashier of the nearly all of the piling for the largest, money. But," added he,"we are not the the escorts of the singers. This is the reason ever, the train was waiting at Rouen station, the
,I only ones; all the other hotels are just as why the concerts of the Chorus and Oratorio saw Palmer with four other
and no man was ever more upright Englishmen y.
same, bridges is driven. The erection of the drawbridges -
and honest than he. He was an indefati- McGirt's and Black creeks will badly off." The result is that a goodly' Societies in this city seldom paid though standing in the refreshment room. He

gable worker, and too close confinement be commenced over this week they number of waiters have, been discharged.* always well attended. leaped out of the carriage and seized the ,k.
are now
; The natural consequence of this is that The exodus of ministers to has
Europe thief by the throat. A desperate
hastened his death. Mr. Acee was forty struggle
framed for Steel rails
ready placing. are
when you do sit down to table first begun. steamer that sails has from
old leaves a wife and three children, you Every ensued, Palmer shaking off his captor and
years unloaded
his loss. now being one large cargo having have to wait a long time before you are ten to twenty on board. The devil will leaping upon the footboard of the carriage '
and a host of friends to mourn and ,
arrived, and two more are on the way, waited and then you:are badly served.I have practical walk-over in this
The funeral services were held on Mondaylast upon countrythis as the train left the station. Ir.Iaxim:: :: ,
will arrive this
and many of our citizens followed his probably week.Tampa7Hbune. have eaten three or four times at the Manhattan summer if this rushing across the At- however followed him, and the pair con- ,
Beach Hotel, and the simple fare of ,lantic does not
remains to the cemeter) The heaviest soon cease. tinued fighting until the train pulled up ina
The extension of the South Florida Rail- a roast, some vegetables and small Barrooms exhausted
storm that has occurred in this section of soup, a having every other tunnel. B}' that time some policemen ;r ;
the State for many years visited us on Sun- road from Kissimmee to Tampa is steadilyand cup of coffee, never occupied me less thanan device to attract trade, have hit upon a new made their appearance, and Palmer was

day last between the hours of 3 and 4 p. in. rapidly progressing in every department. hour and a half. This is too long. I one. In addition to the free lunch and a handed over to them.
Lumber is being sawed and delivered at You feel inclined to indulge in strong card buttonhole!
The wind came in one sudden gust,and withit fancy they now give you a The military attach of the Austro-Hun- ;
Tampa for its wharves, freight house and language, but when seethe flushed for which have .
came the hail and rain in perfect torrents.It you per- bouquet, you to pay five garian Embassy in Paris. Colonel Bonn,
only lasted about fifteen minutes, and did sheds. Cross-ties are being cut and deliveredat spiring face of the poor waiter, and listen cents on the street. People will soon come came to Vienna short time ago i' '

comparatively little damage in this city, different points, and the working force is to his breathless apologies the long waits i :to expect a suit of clothes and a hat with make a report in high quarters upon the

considering the severely of the storm. In being increased daily. Laborers and mate- you say nothing, but make ,up your mind :every drink. military activity of France which is much

East Gainesville Mr. Miliner's house was rial for this extension pass through Jackson- that in future you will eat somewhere else more extensive than might be supposed, i
ville daily. Wednesday a of twentytwo The hotel in is and
gang steadily
consequence taking into consideration the
,. blown off the blocks and so damaged as to I peaceful state
require almost the rebuilding of the same ; bridge builders arrived at Kissimmee, fast running down. The bathing facilitiesand The Georgia Legislature convened on the i of Europe. France is going to increase in
ready to commence work. The whole lineis the against accident like-
4th unobtrusive '
in West Gainesville Mr. M. G. McCarroll's inst. an manner the number of
kitchen was also blown off the blocks and being worked at the same time, and soon wise poor. The only thing that maintains Archbishop Purcell died at Amartin,Ohio, her troops, which even now, in time of
the scream of the first locomotive will be itself is the music under the .
indefatigable Thursday last. exceeds that of the German z'
his kitchen furniture entirely demolished.Near peace, Empire.
heard in the forests and jungles of South Gilmore's care. They may talk as they will The bill the
the fiscal
Mr. M's. residence a negro log hut was During year just ended,the Pension concerning reorganization of y
blown down and one of the occupants, an Florida. This extension is the farthest that Gilmore is a charlatan so far as musicis Office received 53,411 applications for the colonial army, brought before Parliament k'
south of road in the United States, andis concerned. As of musical "
any a caterer en- the Minister of
by War. .
old colored woman, slightly injured. It is pensions. practicallyamounts ; ; .
thought that the damage to the crops in I being built by that railroad giant, the tertainment at the seashore, he has not his : Nearly hundred lives were lost by the to the augmentation of the forces ,.
Plant Investment: Company The two new equal. The railroad facilities to the beachare of by forty-six: and a half battalions and
other sections of the county is very great.- capsizing a newly-launched steamer, the eigh-
Alachua Advocate. roads leading from this city towards Tampaare likewise very bad, and on account of Paphne, at Glasgow, Monday. teen squadrons. :Moreover: according to
Leon. progressing very satisfactorily, the Jacksonville the quarrel between the Long Island Rail- : the
Rev. Thomas :N. Burke the well-known new organization, only a portion of the
LEON 'ORESTS.-Following down the Ap- Tampa & Key West being in the road Company and Mr. Starin), who owns driest. and lecturer, died on Monday last, at I colonial troops will be stationed in the <<
alachian range of highlands which form the lead, and it is confidently expected its grade the boat line between Bay Ridge and New the Tallaght Convent Dublin. i transmarine possessions, while the other '

hill country of Leon come varieties of tree will be finished to Palatka by August 1st. York, passengers by that route.are subjectedto .Two million dollars' worth of in portion will remain in France, in .order 5i i ;
growth that give strangely mixed aspects to The trestling and bridges of McGirt's: and the most:: vexatiou*:delays. The entire neat boxes eventually to relieve strengthen the forces
forty-pound is in San
now FranciSco :
our forests. These exotics, as it were, froma Black creeks have been commenced by1.. trip from New York to Bay Ridge and ; detailed on colonial duty. -
higher parallel, tempted by continuoussoil S. Catter & Co., of St. Louis. The iron to thence by rail to the beach can be made in I vaults its,value as collateral for loans of i CountMoltke appears to be charmed with
ree-quarters to Chinese
elements and nurtured by an altitude be used in their construction has arrived. 40 minutes. On race days and other occasions importers. his visit to Genoa, which is varied from .

above the sea level that compensates degrees Both will be drawbridges. The WaycrossRoad when there is a great mass of peopleto The Rt. Rev. Wm. Pinkney, D.D., LL.D., time to time by excursions in the surrounding '

of latitude as to climatic conditions, is having erected at its depot in this cross, the railway people somehow man- Btshop of the Diocese of Maryland, of the country, in company with his nephew.The .

have come down South among us, and almost city a large and commodious packing house, age to spend about an hour and a half in Protestant Episcopal Church, died suddenlyat local newspapers enlarged on his enthusiasm -

within sight of the tepid Gulf we have where fruit will be sorted, boxed and pre- ; making the trip. They want to wean people the rectory at Cockeysville. Baltimore for the picturesque scenes with 4

the walnut and the beech mingling with pared for shipment the next season.-Jacksonville from that route. The Long Island Railroad county* on the 4th. which their shores abound, and published

and rivaling in stately growth the magnoliaand correspondent Savannah News. people wanted to beat Starin, and establisha Promoters of an elevated railroad project accounts fragmentary conversations which

live oak. To see and admire a fine THE THOMASVILLE & TALLAHASSEE RAIL- boat line of their own. They were unableto Chicago: are giving stock to property owned the venerable warrior has had with some of

sample of Leon forest land, one need onlyto ROAD AND BRANCH TO MONTICELLO.The get a suitable pier, however. In the along the line, and those who accept it their reporters. The Evenement, however, 1'

go into a hammock near the city owned managers of the Thomasville & Tallahassee eleventh hour they had to appeal to Starin, find! that they have signed a receipt for all takes to-day a more serious view of this hol-

.. by Judge Rippey. Its border on the cleared Railroad will arrive at a decision on the 1st and he seeing his opportunity put the screws possible damages. iday excursion than its Italian contemporaries r

land rises as a wall, and within is perpetual of July as to which of the three competingroutes on. An excursion ticket to and from Manhattan rA cyclone struck the town of Cromwell, as may be gathered from the following i

shade; tall, straight pillars rise thickly to is the most favorable for the locationof Beach costs fifty cents. I am told CbOn., about fifteen miles below Hartford, paragraph.

support high above a roof of dense foliage the road; and there is to be a final meet- Starin gets about forty cents of that. The on ;Jhe Connecticut river, Monday evening, "The journey,'*says the Evenement,"which

covering scores of acres-the mingled leavesof ing and picnic to-day, at the "basin" of theIiccos.ukie ordinary trip to Bay Ridge costs ten cents. and wrecked nearly every house in the vil- Marshal von Moltke is now making in Italyis

the beech, the hickory, the magnolia, the ) Lake, to give all citizens who The Continental Guards of New Orleans lage. Fourteen lives were lost. forming the subject of a great deal of ? i

ash, the maple, the live oak and white oak, are interested an opportunity to make liberal have come and gone, and they have been A; Des Moines Iowa, dispatch The comment in political circles. The oldPrus-Q
the white and red bay, the tupelo' and contributions in land or money, to very much disappointed. They expectedto State Treasurer has? just paid the says last dollarof sian soldier is engaged in strategical studies J, j r

sweet-gum, the mulberry,cherry,bass-wood, secure, if possible, the location of the pro- be made much of by the Seventh and the State war debt. The State has no along the Corniche road. He has traveled

etc.-and a dense growth of tall cane marks posed road on what is known as the Micco- and Seventy-First Regiments, whom they other indebtedness of character not along the whole of France-Italian frontier 3
any covered -
the course of a swift-running brook that sukie route. It has also been suggested that entertained at New Orleans and also to by funds now in the treasury.A which he has minutely observed. .We may j i
makes its way from a deep, still lakelet that the citizens of Monticello and vicinity should make considerable money by the productionof add that Marshal von Moltke has been the :

rests in the shadows of the great trees that attend this meeting and contribute of their their revolutionary tableaux. The whole :railroad only 6,000 feet long, but with a object of a sympathetic demonstration at ,k

throw their arms about it. So this hammockis means for the purpose designated. We hope affair was mismanaged however. They grade of one-fifth rise in every five on the San Remo. The French military authorities -

a specimen bit of Leon county forests, many will attend the meeting, but any con- failed to notify the New York regiments of average, and at the steepest one in three, have drawn the attention of the Minister i t

just as made by ,the hand of nature, and we tributions should be conditional upon the the exact time of their arrival, and thus has been built straight up Green Mountain, of War in Paris to this curious journey." '

have not seen its like in all our Southern construction of a branch road from the main I when they reached the city there was no near Bar Harbor, Me. The road-bed is solid On the other hand, the Petit Marseillais

land for vigor and variety of growth, testi- trunk, across the arm of the lake, to the ,I one there to receive them or to escort them rock;, cut away to a plane, upon which the publishes the following from Mentone, {;

fying to strength of soil and peculiarity ofclimate. town of Monticello. Without this branch, to their hotel. For their tableau no one ties are bolted. The locomotive pushes a dated Saturday last: "M. de Molke has just '

.-Floridian.Putnam. the building of a railroad from Thomasvilleto cared a whit. It is too warm to go to a the- i passenger car up the ascent by means of made a tour in Italy, where he has met with i
Tallahassee would cogwheels% plying in a centre rail as on the
be of no advantage to ,
atre to see a good play, and hence much I though in private, a most cordial reception.At .
our town ; on the contrary, it would be damaging Mouht Washington road.
Several days ago Captain R. J. Adams employed to our business interests. If the Page more so to be bored with a lot of living pic- Genoa the Italian officers have covered 4

George Lucas, the diver, to go down Syndicate, as it is called, will make this sug- tures. Besides the people here thought Tliis week a new law of New Jersey, relating him with marks of respect and attachment, r

just off Hart's wharf and recover an anchor gested branch road a part of their railroad that if the good inhabitants of New Orleans to the labor of children, went into and at San Remo the inhabitants were en- ,

that had been last overboard one or two project, then and we liberal can safely guarantee the want a monument they ought to put their effect It prohibits the employment of boys thusiastic, despite the extreme discretion 1
days before. Mr. Lucas went down, and citizens of Monticello and contributions all along the from proposed hands in their pockets and pay for it them- under twelve and girls under fourteen in which the Marshal recommends to all ''1

\1 after having been under water for some branch road. Without some arrange- selves, instead of passing around the hat in factories and mines, and limits the daily labor around him. Nevertheless, he is traveling 1

time came to the surface suddenly with a ment or guarantee of this character, we can Northern cities. For these reasons the visit that may be required of children under under his real name. It was on his return r L

very startled expression on his face. On conceive the enterprise.of no interest Further our:people if the can Thomas-havein of the Guards was a failure, both as a spec- fourteen to ten hours. In some of the large from San Remo,and on May 16th, that the

being questioned as to what had frightenedhim ville & Tallahassee Road is to be constructedon ulative scheme and as means\ of amuse- manufacturing towns preparations have Field Marshal put foot on our territory."

he said that he had been struck by a business principles, and capital contrib- ment. been !made to accommodate the new pupils The information I have received tells me
current that for force uted as a safe and profitable investment, who are expected to attend the public
surpassed anythingever :Mrs. Langtry will spend the early part of he avoided the railway in order to escape
then surely its will desire
before felt in his long period of diving etrate such section projectors of country as bids to fair pen-to July at Long Branch, where Mr. Gebhardhas schools in consequence of this law. Both watchfulness to which his presence could i

experience in the St. Johns river. He saidit make liberal contribntions to its business. leased Lester Wallack's cottage for her. the friends and opponents of the law have not fail to give rise. Accordingly he went

was a phenomenon he could not accountfor And no one will gainsay the fact, that fineror The reason why she does not go to Newportis been warm in their expression of opinion by carriage from San Remo to Monaco,

and under no circumstances would he where more in productive the South lands than those can be in found the "bendof no- because Mr. Gebhard does not care to go. concerning it, and its effect will be watched where he made no stay, and on his return '

again risk himself under water at that point. the lake" that would be traversed by the His horses will take part in the race meetingat with (interest. thence stopped at this town. He put up at

The question is, what caused the current? suggested branch road. In fact, after the Monmouth Park, and for that reason he The.. severe storm of the past week causedone the Grand National Hotel, kept by a Ger-

This is a question of some moment when it completion of the road, two years would not wants to stay at the seashore. It is quite of the most wonderful land-slides on man of the name of Bertsch, who, as maybe
elapse ere acre along the line of road
is considered that the St. Johns river at this (nine or ten miles), and for some distanceon amusing to see Freddie and the Lily walk- Flume Mountain, Franconia Notch, Wednesday imagined, was very proud of his guest. 1

point has little or no current, its waters either side, would be converted into veg- ing together. They walk beside each otheras ever known in the White Moun- He passed the night there with a person

being still, like unto that of a lake. This etable farms and fruit orchards, and annu- demurely and as silent as if they had been tains.. About one mile from the Flume who was apparently his aide-de-camp, and '

morning, while a number of hands were ally duce contribute to the transportation hundreds of car-loads business of of pro the pulling the matrimonial cart together for House, and plainly seen from there, a great was his only companion. : '' i

dragging for the lost anchor, their grappling line.-Since the foregoing was placed in typewe twenty years. volume of water rushed through the flume, The
of rabbits
plague which the < ,
hooks came in contact with some weighty have been advised that if the Miccosukieroute The fight against the Trade Dollar has carrying rocks weighing many thousandtons > ;-#
object that required the use of the windlasson is adopted by the directory of the broken out again, and wholesale dealers are through to Pemigewasset river, half a Australian colonies are suffering, has led
Thomasville & Tallahassee Railroad Com- New South Wales to pass a stringent law.
Powers' pile driver to bring it to the sur- pany, it is probable that a branch will be ex- determined to force it out of circulation. mile below. It has made the celebrated Henceforth any person who shall have in ;
face. When it came up, it was discoveredto tedded to Monticello, if the citizens along Grocers and other retail dealers will be the place more wonderful than ever, having extended -
be the bow of a very ancient boat, sup- the line and in Monticello will give the heaviest sufferers from this at first, becausethe the high walls some five hundredfeet. his possession any live rabbit, or even shall ;
and the road. This is introduce into the colony rabbit is
grade scalps
posed to be the wreck of an old Spanishcraft right-of-way avery middle and lower classes with whom ;The scene as the water subsided was '
definite and not ungenerous proposi- liable for each offence to a fine of$500, or in i
that at one time ploughed the watersof tion, and our citizens should carefully con- they deal, as a rule pay with trade dollars. grand [beyond description. No pecuniary default of payment, to imprisonment for six
the St. Johns when its'banks were popu sider the same.-Sfonticello Constitution. Factories and other large concerns, which damage was done. months. :

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L A RAINY EVENING. -that picture dealer out of whom I used to Derby, that race, as every one knows being should come out an actual capitalist, pos- utterly depressed and dispirited condition.
yf i }:. :74r. make wages pretty frequently. And then run upon Wednesday. I was sitting immy sessed of a sum that to me seemed almost had a racking headache,of course, for,equal
.: The twilight shadows darkling fall ; there was that relative of mine, who, thoughhe studio at work, knocking off one of those boundless wealtha base of operations," ly of course, I had got most consummately
0 memories dear I against thy thrall considered me to be an idle good-for- thin experiments in color which took bat a as Jimmy called it-or I should be com- drunk after the race. Perhaps that -
My heart strives all in vain. nothing would not let me go wrong for day to complete and upon which undle pletely and utterly broken. natural under the circumstances. Mind was and
,r,. ; ,1i Yet wherefore strive against my mood ? want of a ten-pound note.I would advance me fifteen shillings or a You may imagine the state of mind I was body were in torture. I felt gloomy enough
,i ;; p I cannot silence, if I would, was a sort of Crasus among these out- I pound, half of that being profit or earnfngs in-at one moment seeing a simple golden to do something dreadful. I was utterly
.1; The softly falling rain. at-elbows daubers then. They drank and to me, the balance covering cost ,of canvas prospect before me, anon seized with the ruined ; I had no prospects; everything I
; ., smoked and ate very frequently at my ex- I colors and frame. In the midst of my work dismalest doubts and fears. And the following had possessed was mine no longer. had
t At such an hour, on such an eve pense in the free happy style of Bohemia ; I there entered to me the O'Hooligan. ;? day my excitement grew hotter yet, not even the means left to earn my subsist-
r + ? i, ,, Bright hopes, that yet I only grieve, and they also borrowed shillingsand Evidently there was something in 5 the for in all the papers the Makeshift Colt was ence. In a day or two more my very bed
1 Sprang up to fade and wane. half-crowns with the careless bonhomie I wind ; Jimmy's entrance was dramatically now, for the first time quoted in the bet- would be seized and I should be turned into
# 't Ah never more, hand clasped in hand, of their guild. They made much of me, impressive. Cautiously projecting his lead ting, and apparently he had come into favor, the street.
r v.E ? Shall we within the doorway stand, and tickled my youthful vanity by pretending and shoulders through the half-opened doorway as the price against him had fallen to fortiesto My mind was a little confused, you see. I
And watch the falling rain. to take it for granted that personal talent he asked : \ one. Still more reassuring was the fact had totally forgotten one thing, and it was
t. hour with the brush was the real source of my "Are ye alone?" \ that two sporting papers gave the MakeshiftColt lucky I had, perhaps. Not until late in the
Yet still the sweetness of that
comparative affluence. I was and said so. Then he slid slowly as one of their three probable winners. day did I remember that I had backed the
Returns with all its wonted power I had no business to call myself poor forI into the room, like a snake, holding;; the The secret was a secret no longer.I Makeshift Colt for a place. So over-
;: S ; Of mingled joy and pain, had from the various sources a total in- door as closely as was compatible with: the now got into a wild, delirious ecstacy of whelming was my misery at losing the ;3-,
; When dropping down from window-eaves
come of over two hundred a year. Then I passage of his body. Once inside, he qiiick- expectation. You can well imagine how I 000 I had reckoned on, and losing it by

,t 41 ,i Or gently falling on the leaves, had a good capital in the shape of a fair ly closed the door and locked it he
i I ; theo felt. I went so far as to telegraph to that such a narrow squeak, that I had clean for-
> hear the rain.
: I
;' summer stock of such things as a young artist requires turned and faced me, standing still, with relative of mine, alleging that I was in want gotten the saving bet.I .
? 9". O cruel Memory I thus to bring an extensive wardrobe, some furni- his back against the door, and summoning and had sore need of his help. I also bor- had turned into the Brush and Palette
l: That glad brief hour with bitter sting ture and books. I was comfortable enoughin into his face a look of intense excitenient. rowed some five pounds here and there, and moodily to seek what solace I could find
humble studio which also was He seemed to be under the pressure .
.a Back to heart again my my laboring cracked it on with the rest. there. Suddenly some sovereigns were
f w ? 'Those parting my words of fond; regret living-room, with a small bed-room adjoin- of some tremendous secret which ;: was My relative evidently smelled a rat, how- thrust into my hand, and I was told that
; / ; ..i With glad love lingering ; ing it. There was no reason why I should struggling to force its way out of him. ever. He was a man of the world, as the the money was the second prize in the
t'i. ; Unmindful pretext of the rain. have felt poverty, but I did. Suddenly he crossed the room toward me phrase goes, and had a low opinion of me, I sweepstakes, wherein I had drawn "the
ry ', Like most inexperienced youngsters, I with long, slow strides, and on tiptoe, hold- which I am now open to confess, was not field," as you may remember.
; ; ,, + Ah brief indeed, poor aching heart had but the vaguest ideas of the value of ing up a warning finger the while, and lit- wholly unwarranted. He wired in reply: I Ah, it wa a fine revulsion of feeling I
t. a r The joy those fickle hopes impart ; money. Moreover, I was extravagant, never erally gleaming on me with fixed, meaningeyes. Believe you want to bet on Derby. Will then experienced I cheered up wonderfully -
# : {uf. 5 Grief follows in their train. stinting my expenditure and wasting a lot Laying his hands on my shoulders send ten pounds, but not until Saturday when I recollected how I really stood.
t'' ";, r Nay, nay, my heart; take upward wing more money than I could afford at the Brush he whispered hoarsely : morning, when expect it." Things were by no means so black as I had
'' and Palette and similar places. I was alwaysin Our fortune's made!I" However, his to the
O cruel Memory! thy sting on showing telegram thought. As a matter of fact, I had actually -
*1.; ;, ;, 'r. Shall vanish with the rain. arrears, and, worst of all, I fell into a sad Then he stood back and eyed me. landlord of the Brush and Palette, that wor- won over a hundred pounds.
r; < f way of betting on races. "Oh, indeed" I said, for I knew Jimmy. thy publican readily advanced me the ten I I That drove me back from the brink justin
r + +# Though sadder seem the songs I trill ; Now, goody-goody people would say that "Another straight tip I suppose?" pounds. I thus "sold" my kind relative, time. More, it led me to reflect. I con-
#t .. Yet Sorrow, with its plaintive thrill, such a thing was impossible and incompre- Another 1" he shrieked. "The straighttip you will observe, through the instrumentality ceived a disgust at gambling and betting
? 1 Adds sweetness to the strain ; hensible; but I swear to you that what led me bhoy The straightest that ivver- of the general guide philosopher and from that time, and I resolved never to take
:, w As fragrant perfumes softly flow me to take to betting and gambling with there eighties to wan a hundred to wan friend of good Bohemians.At to the same courses again.
*; 9( .From hawthorn blossoms bending low more than ordinary zeal was the purest and and sartin as the fate av sinners !" last came the eventful morning, and I believe it was the luckiest thing in the
,', ,", ,,, Beat down by wind and rain.Chambers'. holiest incentive man could have. 1 struggled desperately against the contagion Jimmy, and I found ourselves in a brake world that the horse I backed was beaten by
;: Journal. A woman, of course, you say. Well, yes, of Jimmy's manner, for I knew by ex- with some dozen others, driving from our Cremorne. If I had won and I had landed
1 F but a girl rather than a woman she was perience what it all meant. I said : pub" down to Epsom. I need not say that big prize. I should have been a con-
then. Lucy was the daughter of a small "Look here old man, I've had about that I had put on the bulk of my ten firmed gambler all my days. Of that I am
: '..' tradesman, a druggist, in Camden Town. I enough of your tips. They never come off, pounds, getting forty to one, and eight to certain. I should have come to eventual
;. had made her acquaintance in some infor- you know !I" one for a shop." A long price still ; but smash, when there was no possibility of recovering -
A TALE OF THE DERBY. mal way and had gradually wormed my- "Ah, now, see here Ye've been playin' the colt had not come into general favor from it. And, likely as not, I
: :.. "Xo, I never gamble. I don't profess a self into the confidence of the family. I at bettin'-no more. I gave ye tips;, 'tis much, and, indeed, actually started a little should have dragged my poor Lucy into the
1 ; ;; ,:':' pious horror of it, or anything of that sort, was madly in love with Lucy, who-well, I true and they didn't come off. That's partly below those odds. mire with me.
i; -1',.' you know but I simply object to it as a won't attempt to describe her, for certain the reason why I'm givin' ye this to make Ah I don't think I shall ever forget that That very day after the Derby, as I was
1, .' ., H ai : waste of time, money and temper. Not that reasons not far off from us just now. Sufficeit up for thim others. I'm in airnestj this day. No, sir! The fearful agitation I was reading the accounts in the paper of how
t, :' \ ,,} I won't have sixpence on the rub, withthreepenny she was, like Traddle's Sophy, the dear- time !" : in has impressed every detail of it indeliblyon the great race had so nearly been carried off
1,t points or so, just to give an in- est girl in the world." He was apparently. His eyes were dancing my memory. Consider. I stood to win by the rankest of rank outsiders,my eyes lit
: Merest to one's whist; and not that I won Many visits to the little household and and glittering in his head, his lianas demonstrating three thousand pounds which meant to mea upon an advertisement. It was a" call for
t 'I f i;' ; i put a crown on a horse or take a ticket in a various little trips to Richmond or Epping and his whole person indicative wife home, substance, comfort, respecta- emigrants to go out to New Zealand.
F ;: ; I. -social sweepstake. But that's mere amusement Forest, play-going and what-not in her of eagerness. He could hardly speak, bility, a business. On the other hand a That decided me. I had a hundred poundsin
i ;:,1. ; I never bet or gamble in earnest. company, had the usual result. I told Lucyof so strong was his agitation. I began to feel black abyss of woe seemed to open to my hand, and with it I resolved to emigrate.
.' it- Why don't I? Well, for a very simple my love, and she consented to becomemy the excitement extending to myself; and imagination. I resolved to throw gentility to the winds,
"5/- ; t,. :r : reason. I once all but made a grand coup; wife. knew that I was destined to give wayito it. We stood on the hill opposite the grand to quit the dangerous Bohemia of London,
t!' 1 ;, I once came within the cock of a horse's ear Now, had I been free from debt, there was See now," he continued "I've surprisedwan stand and watched the preparations for the to give up my foolish dreams of an artistic
: 1.:k' of pulling off a very big-and I didn't. really no reason why we should have not av the deadest saycrets av the !Turf, race. Jimmy, the boisterous, had suddenly profession, and to try what manful industry
: I What do you say ? Funk No, sir, call married at once. I had as much as many a wan av the biggest things that's ivver been.I quieted down into a grim, white-faced, might do for me at the Antipodes. I resolved -
'. ,. '. it common sense. I had a chance such as at curate marries upon. But then I was in tell you we could make our fortunes if eager-eyed, silent spectator. I was so agitated to conquer my own failings, to con-
;i r ; ;t ,; man rarely gets more than once in his life, debt ; I had duns and difficulties ; no present we'd ownly enough to put on. It's a ;plant that I had to lie on the turf. My head centrate my energies, and to seek fortune in
M ; and fortune didn't favor me. I have reasoned means of making my domicile fit for a that's goin' to make this Derby the most. as- swam round. my heart palpitated forcibly, a new land.
I :': it out since and come to the conclusion wife, and, above all, my little income was toundin' wan ivver run I shook all over as if I had the palsy. Within a month I had bidden a hopefulau
,: t y.., that the odds against a gambler are somewhat precarious. Then I had no par- "No! It don't matther how I got :it. I Among the mass of horses marshaling revoir to Lucy, had been the recipient ofa
j: f .heavier even than one supposes. I believe ticular prospects to look forward to. can't tell you even that. But I sid to me- into rank for the start, we had eyes but for farewell supper at the Brush and Palette,
,: ,' ; that I should never have such another Lucy s father, .like most men of his classin self, ye've got to keep this thing dark. one. Among the many hues of their jock- and was an assisted emigrant" in the
.chance as that and upon the whole it London, particularly if blessed with a There's jist wan chum ye're goin' to take in eys' silks, we sought out the colors that signified steerage of the good ship Rangitiki, bound
tp.*,: .d esn't seem to me to oe worth while to large family, as he was, hardly said either wid yer. Him an' you's goin' in on this our particular choice. Purple and for Auckland.Of .
; ; amble now. I am satisfied that I am nota yea or nay to the matter. He allowed us to thing, an' goin' to do the biggest shtroke black-there they were; and we gazed at course, I had hardish times at first.
a 1. ; T! lucky hand in that way. judge for ourselves. I was a gentleman he that ivver ye'll git the. chance of yer \yhole them feverishly, for the noble animal that Who hasn't? Copping firewood, mendingand
1 *t' :\. However you shall hear the tale. Not said-meaning thereby an honest man-and lives I've put on ivery blessed penny I'm bore them carried also all our hopes and making roads, carrying a hod driving
'' i )rr': that it's much of a story, either but you say meant to act straight by his girl; so what worth an' here I am, my bhoy !" fears. cattle-these were some of my occupations,
""t (r=' you would! to hear the account of my more was there for him to say ? It was no use trying to keep calm. His They are off! The race has begun, and and little enough could I earn at them. But
: life. And this one bit of mine is really the Well, by the spring of 1872 our engage- excitement mastered me, and I felt :that, the decision of my fate is at hand. I see the by and by my old profession stood me in
,lJ.i' :most important incident I think, in my ment had continued for some months, andI come weal or woe, I had to do as he wished.He brilliant bed of colors stream past andaway, good service.
r : r whole career. For, had it gone otherwise- was daily getting more deeply involved by went on : I hear the intense murmur of the crowd, One day I accidentally overheard a hotel-
r : r\ But there you shall judge for yourself. reason of my pursuit of luck. I betted on Whisper now-it's a solemn, sacred say- and I stand, as a gambler stands awaitingthe keeper stating his wish to have a signboardon
I r; Seeing me now what I am, a flourishing every event hoping to pull myself up that cret between uS"two, remember that! Did cast of the die. his house. He lamented his inability to
1 ;;'..-.1 tradesman, in Auckland, New Zealand, you way, but only with the result of throwingaway ye ivver hear av Makeshift Colt? No ye Oh, my God how it all comes back to find a man who could paint it properly, and
c 'r- would hardly imagine bow I began life. Ik the best part of what I earned. didn't, nor nobody else. But I tell ye that's me, though ten eventful years have passed said he would willingly spend five poundsfor
k, have taken root here and prospered ; I have Things were in this state shortly before the horse that's goin' to win this year's since that day. Surely such a terrible agitation what he wanted. I offered to do the job
', .' "I' a wife and family, as you see, and am a comfortable the Derby. I was going on in a bad way. I ; Derby. of mind as shook me then is mad- if materials were found me, and, after some
? .' man. Yet only a few years ago my knew that something must be done before "O, ye needn't look at the list ; he's! not ness-madness, neither more nor less. demur, I was allowed to try my hand spec-
-..1 ,, ,case was widely different. long. I knew that I must carve out a new in the bettin at all-not yet, anyway. :They The field comes sweeping round the ulatively.
,, : : Ah, yes! Eighteen seventy-two; Cre- path for myself somehow ; that I must con- have held that coult back, an' kept *m as Corner" tailed off into extended line ; and Before I had finished the sign the satisfied
;A ; morne's vear. It's a queer thing to look trive some fresh plan, or go without Lucy, dark's the back of Hades. And nowthimas down the dill toward home come the horses "boss" commissioned me to decorate his
: ., ,back on those times. Only a short! ten years and also go to universal smash. Yet whatto is in the saycret, they're goin' round in one last tremendous effort. A jockey, saloon. Orders came in upon me thick and
\ .ago, and yet I am quite a different man. do I did not know. I waited in a hope- takin' the odds on the quiet. whose colors are scarlet and yellow, bright fast for similar work, and I soon found myself .
,J.i$ I was a gentleman in those days, if you lessly hopeful condition for something to i "There's no one knows a word av it out- and vivid, leads the way, working with bit earning six or eight pounds every week.
:t. : -g please, although as poor as a rat ; an artist turn up. I put trouble and worry away side the stable, barrin' me an' vou. The and spur and whip andseeming to carry his Well to make a long story short, withina
,r2;" to boot, that being one of the well-known from me, and would have none of it. book-makers'll just give any odds at all steed on beneath him. Two others are close few months I was foreman of a house-fit
I .. w7,; lucrative professions that needy gentlemen Do you not know that curious dreamy about the horse ; they don't know his name behind but the colors are strange to my ting firm in the city, and before a year was .
i : t, are so fond of adopting.I condition you get into sometimes, when yit, even !" straining eyes. gone I was a partner in the concern and
don't say that I had much faith in my i you refuse to allow yourself think of the And so on, and so on, till, after an hour's Great Heavens Where is the MakeshiftColt doing a thriving business. In three years L
own genius. Youthful and verdant as I was future? You live in a kind of unreal reality talk I was as completely persuaded as any ? Where is the racer to whom I have from the time of my leaving England I was
then, I knew better than that. But an ar- to use a paradoxical expression. The one could wish, and yielded myself up en- pinned my faith ? As the foremost horses able to send money home to Lucy. The
t' tist's life seemed an agreeable one to me, present you make to occupy your thoughts tirely to the fever of which O'Hooligan was come in ight I hear the tremendous, fren- dear girl came out at once, and is now my
1 and I was sanguine enough to suppose thatI entirely. You wait for the unexpected. the present exponent. I soon saw that he zied roar that bursts up from the mighty wife.I .
I could earn a living at it, as a copyist and Well, that was my case then. I was as was thoroughly ,in earnest himself, and it concourse of spectators. For a moment my have prospered amazingly. At home I
--.1 producer of pot-boilers. That was about all gay as ever. I made merry with my friendsas was not long before I was as mad on the heart seems to stop beating. It is death to could never have been more than a picture
4, ; '.. I looked forward to. usual and talked to my Lucy-God for- subject as he. I saw that I had got a means, me to hear that shout : dealer's hack. Here I hold no inconsiderable -
: t I dwelt in Camden Town, London, in a give me !-as if I were coming into ten at last for relieving: myself of my difficulties "Cremorne Cremorne! Cremorne wins!" position in the city, my business as a
z, ; ,; J studio high up at the top of a house that thousand the next week. Meanwhile, I providing myself with actual capital, But no Out from the ruck of horses behind house decorator having gone ahead and absorbed -
; ::3 stood in an anything but pretentious street. threw off daub after daub, until even my and for making my marriage with Lucy an just as they come down from Tatten- into it various kindred branches of
; ;.! I was practically alone in the world ; for accommodating uncle looked suspiciousand immediate possibility."Sell ham Corner, one draws to the front-a dark trade.
r !,t>,t ; ; ? though I had relations, I saw or knew but hesitating and nearly all the resultingcash ivery blessed stick Sweep out the horse, brown or black, ridden by a jockey in Perhaps I cannot call myself a gentlemanany
'. little of them. Being poor, and an artist, I was put on horses whose names had whole bag o' tricks Pawn the coat off yer colors that are a heaven of hope to my sight. longer. On the other hand, I am not a
< was naturally a Bohemian, and my associations been mysteriously confided to me as thoseof back An' crack the bilin' on to the Makeshift Oh on, Black and Purple On, Makeshift broken down Bohemian. Look at my family -
were mostly drawn from that heterogeneous certain winners.I Colt!" was Jimmy's advice.I Colt sir, at my prosperity Look at this shop
N ; t t stratum of society. was not very heavily booked for the found on inquiry that I had, curiously The dark horse forges ahead, passes the of mine in Queen street, and say have I not
f ,,,1 : .f i I was poor, as I have said but I was not Derby, as it happened, not having much enough drawn the field in a big sweep- two behind the foremost lies on the flankof cause to be thankful that the MakeshiftColt
Ua t;; so indigent as some of my friends and acquaintances available cash, and having intended to put stakes at the Brush and Palette. As the Red and Yellow. Even in all my terri- did not win the Derby.
-.I '2' were. In their opinion indeed something on on the day before the race. Makeshift Colt was a name unknown to the ble excitement I notice a dropping in the That's my story.-London Society.
: r; : I was far too well off to thoroughly An uncomfortable assurance was with me lists it had not been put among those roars of the mighty crowd-a sort of falteror
:: comprehend the luxuries of poverty; for I of impending trouble. I felt that the crisis drawn and consequently it belonged to me perplexity-for few know what horse HOW TO PREVENT SEASICKNESS.
+ to ; used to receive an occasional ten-pound of my fortunes was close at hand. as holder of" the field" ticket. Black and Purple rides. I hear a man near Seasickness is the result, says Mr. Stevensin
t ; J f I note from one of my relatives, who, though However, before anything unpleasant occurred That's yours, thin, anyway," said Jimmy me hoarsely exclaim : Scribner, of reflex irritations arising from
i ; t il he grumbled at my uselessness yet always an unexpected something turnedup. referring to the sweep. I accepted this What the horse is that?" little surprises to the muscles, and shocks to
:h I ; "., sent me that sum whenever 1 was so pushed It came in the person of my friend, drawing for my own part, as an omen of I know, and I leap up in a mad thrill of the nerves engaged in preforming certain
,r y a as to bring myself to apply to him. Mr. James O'Hooligan. success. I was thoroughly with Jimmynow. delight. As the striving racers flash beforeus important functions-notably locomotion,
i ::1 I Besides that I could earn money. There Jimmy O'Hooligan was a boisterous Irishman I see too far in front of all the rest. Red respiration, and vision-and when the
''r \ 1 was a picture dealer who. used to give mean very well known in the Bohemia of I had little enough money; but I quickly and Yellow is doing all he knows, but, on groups of muscles thus engaged are once
:. '.; ; occasional job to make u copy or the London at that time. He was a middleagedman sold or pawned every available article thatI his flank, drawing up to him closer and educated to the surrounding circumstances,
t like. of somewhat handsome appearance, owned even going so far as to raise money closer, nearer antI nearer, forging ahead till the nervous revulsions are not experienced.
J. And then there were certain pawnbrokers and carrying himself with a military air. upon the few bits .furniture and studio they ride neck and neck, comes my noble Proper attention to the exercise of these
r ; 1 was aware of who would' advance sums He possessed a glib tongue an amazing fund effects that I had. I made up a purse of ; Black and Purple. He is coming up He functions may so far mitigate the trouble as
,. on such pictures as I brought them. Oh of anecdote had a musical voice and ear, about 40 sovereigns, which really repre- is passing Red and Yellow He is gaininga to make it rather an inconvenience than a
I yes' that used to be a regular system, and I and all the social advantages of one who sented every stick or rag in my possession, foot in every yard He wins he wins distressing illness. Let it be distinctly understood -
clare say it is now. has kissed the Stone of Blarney. Need I except what I stood upright in. Black and Purple forever! that medicines can only prevent
This is the way of it: You paint a picture add that Jimmy was extremely popular Then my Irish monitor and myself pro- The race is over. The fierce turmoil of seasickness by inducing nervous insensibility -
d4 -and Jake it to the artistic "uncle." He with both the ladies and gentlemen of his ceeded to visit certain book-makers. A remark shouting thousands boils up around us. The and that such a stupefying process is
"' \ lends you on it a certain price, which he acquaintance? that the first of them made to us was two horses have passed the post so close together directly opposed to the object of the voyage
i .fixes according to the size of the picture He got his living in one of those myste- substantially repeated by the rest. that no one knows which has won. ''I. when this is undertaken for the promotion of
e and with small relation to its subject or ex- rious ways common to Bohemia. Some- Never heard of your fancy till this; morn- We wait some moments agonized sus- health. Every article of diet likely to disturb -
ecution. If you think proper, of course, times he sat as a model in the studios of ing. Gave a hundred against him to one or pense till the numbers go upon the board. I the digestive organs should be avoided.
you can redeem the picture at any time such artists as could afford the luxury. In two parties that came to bet on him. Hadto At last they appear: 1, Cremorne; 2, Makeshift and an abundant supply of oxygen shouldbe
within a year, or you could take a possible this way he may have earned a good deal at look up the'Guide' to see if there was Colt; 3, I know not what, for I sink inhaled. The feet should be educated,
purchaser to view' it at the shop. At the times-for models are often very well paid- such a horse at all. But can't give quite the almost fainting on the ground. the respiration regulated and the vision re
t ,<, expiration of the year it becomes uncle's" and he has figured in many a character on long price again. Make it eighties to one Half a neck has done it. Had our horse stricted. If close attention is given to these
: '; property. the walls of Burlington House. for you." put on the spurt a moment sooner he would directions, little fear of serious sickness need
i : Lots of us used to find that these pawnbrokers Jimmy seemed to be known by every I put on thirty pounds at these odds andI have won. Had the course been ten yards be apprehended ; and a voyage which might
were our only patrons. They lent body. He hung about newspaper offices, also placed the colt at fifteen to one, longer the decision would have been re otherwise be remembered with the most
= us a price on our paintings that deducting particularly those of a sporting character.He putting on seven pounds in that way. Jimmy versed. Oh, -and I have lost disagreeable associations may be rendered a
: the cost of materials, would leave us, what was admitted behind the scenes of thea- was enraptured ; .for if the colt carriedoff O'Hooligan is beside me. He stands with season of almost uninterrupted enjoyment.
might be reckoned, a shilling an hour or so tres. He was on the free-list at every music the event I should win ;2,599 pounds-a his hands thrust down deep into his pockets -
for our work. And that work, as you may hall. He knew every prominent memberof mint of money in our eyes. He himself ; his face is pale, and his lips set together ABOUT 45 per cent of the land of the
r suppose, was far from being our best; yet the fancy" and the P. R., and all over had put on all he could raise-how much ; he gazes vacantly into the distance. United States remains unsurveyed to this
: with our best we could do no better. London he was hailed as a cherished friend exactly I do not know. "Shot in the back again !" he murmurs day, very nearly 1,000,000,000 acres in all.
I We pawned our pot-boilers without a by publicans and barmaids. It's a foine time we'll be havin' pesent- hoarsely with an oath. Come on, me boy! The mountainous section of the far West is
i thought of c\"er" taking them out" again. These characteristics threw a romantic ly" he said. Won't the bhoys open their Rouse yourself! Come an' let's liquor any- included in this 1,000,000,000 acres, but on
I In due course they passed irrevocably into halo over Jimmy, to my young and some- eyes whin you an' me shows our pile? An' way !" the other hand hundreds of millions of acres
I I "uncle's" possession. What he did with what verdant mind. Moreover, he was the see fwhat a base of operations we'll have I crawl dejectedly after him to the tent, of arable territory are as free from the touch
I them then we neither knew nor cared. life and soul of every party he got among Be the mother av Moses, we'll be million- for my mouth is as dry as a limeburner'swig. of the surveyor's chains as when Columbus
t Among the men I used to meet about in though a rather vulgar, coarse and disrepu- aires yet Good luck to the coult !I" landed. Minnesota alone there remain
r the studios or consort with in the bar parlor table soul, it must be admitted. But he wasa I confess I had my misgivings, althoughthe Well, that event was the turning-point in 12,000,000 acres unsurveyed, in Dakota
\ of the Brush and Palette of an evening were frequent visitor to the studios of Camden gambling fever had come over me and my life. That bad luck has been the mak- 66,000,000 acres in Montana 80,000,000. and
; many whose sole means of livelihood appeared Town, and was quite one of our free-and- impelled me to risk my little all upon this ing of me. I will tell you how in as few in the Indian Territory 369,000.000 acres, a
to be painting for the pawnbrokers. easy fraternity.It horse. To me it was a grand coup indeed.It words as follows. total area considerably more than'twice as
I had another resource, as I have mentioned was the Monday morning before the I! meant so much, you see ; for either I I awoke the next morning. in .the most I I large as that of the thirteen original States.



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head to foot, with no better success. Evena and the fluffy, are both very fashionable.
little torture was tried, but Shafras was Escurial is the most fashionable lace, andis FOR
firm; and in the end he was unceremoni- very appropriate for trimming velvets., YOTJ2TGL.A.IDIIES- ,
the chemical ously bundled over the frontier-his petty Long pelisses and raglans, proof against HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SUBGZOH
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short of
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permanent prosperity. They include when Shafras offered her his diamond figured sateen to match costumes. on the plateau of the Cumberland Mountains Calls answered promptly day or night,ana

everything that can be worked up by chem- money for sale. He demanded $200,000 for Fancy woolens are in general more popular a few miles from the University of the Medicine furnished without extra charge.
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as medicinal plants, fragrant than $100.000 and though she offered 40,000 vantages for health, being on the mountainand and 7 to 8. 22 lyWM. "
unsaleable fruits and vegetables. And whenwe Pretty dresses for young girls are of gray- _
each of Crown land free from all malaria or liability to con-
with which dessiatins (at four acres ) blue lawn, with fichus to match.
consider the facility manyof
diseases.All B. C. DURYEE
in addition to this sum, Shafras refused, tagious ,
them can be worked, and their commer- Catherine was greatly chagrined, and did Jerseys are preferred to matinees for break- the branches usually pursued in
cial value it is a matter of surprise, as wellas fast toilets at watering places.
since not hide her annoyance; but she was too French Seminaries are taught, inclusive of COMMISSION MERCHANT,
regret that they have not of long noble a character to resort to the coercive The Jersey glove of spun silk is the cor- Modern Languages. GENERAL
given rise to various branches industry. for Music is made under MADAME CENTRE R. R. DEPOT
Florida is known measures which a Shah of Persia would rect wear traveling. a specialty ST., NEAR ,
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have very
its thousands adopted a Clover leaf and pansy finger rings are very
and draws
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receive attention ; and the famous Count Orlov first saw the jewel for their mammas. charges of this school are moderate.For ".

of fluid extracts oils and chemicals inter- which his imperial mistress had sighed, and Gaiters with straps across the top will be terms and circulars address JAMES, JIcGlFFIN. ,

should be among her most important he determined to lay it as a gift at.her feet. much worn. SILAS McBEE, Principal. AND

ests. cannot volatile oils be .made.here The bargain with Shafras was concluded offhand The knotted silk handkerchief is as much References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer- CONTRACTOR BUILDER M

.,... Why fostered for which we are for Count Orlov never haggled. In used as ever.Macreiua nandina ; Dr. H. Robinson, Jacksonville; ,
and an industry Alachua Street between Second and Thirdr
for the diamond (which weighs Rev. A. W. Crescent 24
dependent on Europe? And exchange is the popular fancy. work this Knight, City. .
very largely 185 carats, and is valued at $1,500,000)) Count *
why cannot citric acid, potash starch sugar, summer. FL L' 1'
Orlov promised Shafras, on his return to SUMMER BOARD. Orders and estimates from distance
a cure-
tannin and epsom salt be made here cheaplyand A charming new silk fabric is cashmere
ofpractical Russia, $350,000 down, an annuity of$2,000, fully attended to. 25-tf
profitably? These are questions gauze. ___ DESIRING TO FIND SUM-
and a patent of nobility.The _____ PERSONS
importance. in the up-country can secure a4.
Citric acid is found abundantly in the Count kept his word; Shafras the TALLEST TREE IN THE WORLD.It pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle, Tennessee O. S. OAKES V .

juice of lemons, limes and sour oranges ; merchant became Lazarev the gentleman, America after all is unableto '.
seems that by addressing :MRS. H. B. KELLS, Mount CONTRACT
also in the juice of other fruits, as cranberries ,- cashed his bills at the imperial treasury_and make good her claim to the possession of Eagle, Tenn. The location is on the plateauof R AND BUILDER,. ,
red elderberries. drew $2,000 a vear for the rest of his life,
currants, strawberries, the tallest tree in the world. Every one has the Cumberland Mountain,and very cool tM
blackberries and tomatoes. Nothing is more which, as usual with annuitants was a very MANUFACTURES ,
read of the marvels of the Yosemite Valley and refreshing. ;
of citric Before he died he becameone
manufacture one.
encouraging than the prolonged Russia. With the and of Yellowstone Park, the huge national Board $25 to$30 per month, in a pleasant DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF '
in Florida. of the richest men in >
acid nearly all its sources are
as of the United States. But
ground communication with Sewa-
sporting araily. Daily
diamond he mines in ALL SIZES! .
it of the bought
the for preparing as given price
. And process what the giants of California in nee the location of the of the
are compar- University
, is simple. the Oural, land in Bessarabia, and houses in Post Office Box 174.jan4 .
the Dispensatory, very
has been discovered
ison with a tree which lately South. 28
The manufacture of potash is suggested by St. Petersburg::; The 'unearned increment"in in Australasia? It has long been Fernandina Fla r
its abundance in the palmetto. This plant thirty years made him ten times a mil- ,
known that in Tasmania there are eucalypti i
when dried and burned yields a larger percent lionaire, and at the present day his descendants measuring 250 feet from the ground to the STOVES. TIN WARE, ETC. LOUIS A. C. LANGE,
other vegetable numbering hundreds, are all immensely --- -- ------ --
of potash than
any first branch, and more than 350 feet in total TTPHOLSTERER,
substance. The ashes are put into wooden rich. Lord Melikpv, former Minister of and there is lately was on Mount W. STREETY, '
or U
of the Interior and Delianov at Minister ,
cisterns, having a plug! at the bottom one present Hobart.Town,a tree of this
Wellington, near
of the sides under a false bottom, a moder- of Public Instruction,are grandchildrenof species the trunk of which was eightysixfeet Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, Foot of Centre Street, ;'

ate quantity of water is then poured on the the Armenian Lazarev.-London Truth. in circumference. But a still more gIgan- FERNANDINA, FLORIDA..

mass, and some quicklime is then stirredin. tic monarch of the woods has been recently FERNANDINA, FLA. Furniture repaired in the best manner.

After standing for a few hours so as to SOME TRAVELING COSTUMES. discovered in Victoria. It is a wellproportioned -:.... Hair Mattresses made to order at short
take up the soluble matter, the clear liquoris of the Eucalyptus amygda- -- notice. 36
specimen .
drawn off, evaporated to dryness in iron lima and its top is nearer to the sky than .. ,
pots and finally fused at a red heat be into obtained FOULARDS UPON IN AS FAVOR ALTOGETHER, BUT LINENS TOO LIMP.FROWNED the cross of St. Paul's Cathedral for it is no "",."" ..r. "."" ': DR. 1V. E. SNYDER, t 'i,

compact masses. But potash may less than 430 feet above the ground.St.
all kinds of the prettiest and coolest of traveling
from plants. Quite James' Gazette. ?i- ,
Starch is especially abundant in wheat, dresses are composed of spotted foulards- Eta

rye. barley, oats, rice, corn, beans, acorns, dots in two sizes-made with pleated skirtor i ::
potatoes, arrow-root and the cassava plant; chemisette of plain foulard the ground REAL ESTATE. N .-.. --
also in the palmetto. These are reduced to color and with a plain fichu trimmed with : Q )

a state! of minute division and washed with lace. The hat is of straw the shade of the S n t ,

cold water. The milky liquor is poured off silk, and is trimmed with cross folds or half 4 --
and allowed to stand until the starch sub handkerchief of the dotted fabric. Other 7 -

sides. This washing should be repeated as very good designs are in plain wool, dark f=I ...:cr-::-; t

long as the water takes any perceptiblecolor. gray, navy blue, or biscuit brown, made

The starch is then drained and dried.In with jersey bodices, the jacket form outlined FIRST-CLASS ; 20 years' ; .
operating on damaged material chlorine with velvet and velvet upon the apron front, ':,;.:,:, OPERATIONS; charges reasonable. Sets

water would be preferable.The the bonnet of black or colored straw trimmed 't ;( of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and x:
sources of sugar are also numerous, with velvet and fruit-cherries or wild black : every set warranted to fit or money refund i ;
and the method of it well known, berries. ri' ?
STOVES HEATERS RANGERS.TIN ed. Loose or ill-looking Sets re"-set, and ;rt
but the importance of refining it here is not Linens are not much used, not even as made entirely satisfactory. Consultations

fully appreciated. dusters. They yield so readily to the actionof 'i... >." AND SHEET-IRON WARE and advice free, and willingly given. 10 "
Tannin is most frequently obtained from moisture and look so limp and despair- .1; ,

nutgalls. It. may be obtained, however, ing when rained upon that the effect is de ,..,'...; ROOFING AND GUTTERING, DRUGS "MEDICINES ETC r .E
from a variety Vegetable substances ; in pressing. Then the color of the natural flax '."t' ft.

fact, from all astringent plants. Among its is not becoming, and although linen bleaches PUMPS DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. -
sources in Florida may be mentioned the beautifully, it does not dye successfully. .A.BLISI-.IED is.

pitcher plant, sumac pomegranate, palmetto The linen houses have imported some braid- A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea --
and oak, and. as there are several pro- ed robes this season the ornamentation executed : call, and compare my prices with those of t

cesses for preparing it, we would recom- in colors, which are rather showy, THE FLORIDA other houses, here or elsewhere. DRUGS and MEDICINES r -y;)
mend that lelouzeassimple and ,
by produc-1 but look very well while new. But experienced sr
tive. which consists in treating
women are shy of them, and theyare rpOWN
dered substance with ether by percolation. i iI not sought for.
Epsom salt is a constituent of sea water,
I &
Fine checked summer silks and louisinesare
and may be easily procured as a byproductin Fcrnaiidiiia, rI
fashionably used for traveling, and are
the manufacture of common salt, by 'q'I /
carefully evaporating the brine after the often accompanied by dusters and bonnetsto Towns ou R. R. Line, w
crystallization of the salt. During the war match, The bonnet is the capote, and it KENDALL'S \ i
large quantities of it were thus made on the consists simply a soft crown, and gatheredor And Cedar Key. =t I PHARMACISTS 1= .
brim with little wreath of !4
coast. The war taught us several lessons of puffed a mustard [SPAVIN CURES
practical chemistry ; we made sugar of lead or cress in the folds. The black and
white checks are worn with black jerseys:; or .
copperas and blue stone, as well as fluid Centre Street, d ,
jersey bodices. Flannel for traveling or for
Time would fail us to enumerate all the the seaside appears more frequently in navy Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, r {r
chemical of Florida. and gray than in any other color, and is always -
resources They are
number of the most eligible and desirable
made with close sleeves and close-
everywhere around us. And the reader can, up
fitting jersey bodice. The long Sweck gloves, constantly on hand a fine a*ort-
no doubt, think of not mentioned.We a:
many the Bias hat with its of feathers Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for KEEP
hope, however, that the few briefly no- Ruy aigrette of FRESH and PURE FOR-

ticed may stimulate to further inquiry and ; the soft leather satchel and slender um- City or Suburban Residences, MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY EIGN and DOMESTIC
brella for sun or showers, of twilled silk, THE
lead to their development.-Monticcllo Con- discovered, as it is certain in its

stitution. the with toilet.natural wood handle, are features of UPON EASY TERMS. effects BELOW.and does not blister. READ PROOF Drugs and Chemicals, "

STORY OF A FAMOUS DIAMOMD. FASHION NOTES. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, '"

MELIKOV'S ANCESTOR HID THE in indus- Saved Him 180000.
HOW The Parisians have given up the little parties engaged manufacturing or

JEWEL FROM THE PERSIANS. knot of hair twisted tight in the nape of the ADAMS. N. Y., January 30,1882.Dr. Proprietary and Fancy Goods. i
rial who will the
enterprises, erect on
The details of the origin of the prop-
following neck and now twist all the back hair into a B. J. Kendall & Co.:

famous jewel which adorns the imperial thick torsade in the shape of a figure 8 on erty purchased substantial improvementsfor GENTs-Having used a good deal of your FINE TOILET ARTICLES, j .
sceptre of Russia were furnished me duringa the top of the head; in front the hair is Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success I 3

residence in St. Petersburg, by a descend waved in bandeaux. residence, or in which to conduct their thought I would let you know what it has PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., I,
ant of the Armenian merchant who broughtthe
done for Two I had speedya
Little girls of from tour to eight frequentlywear me. years ago
stone to Russia : the Louis XV.jacket, with large revers business. colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. '
The diamond, in its rough state, formed forming a collar, and pockets in the same When I was breaking him he kicked over s
the eye of an idol in a temple near Trichi- style. Under the loose waistcoat is worn a INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his

nopoli, and was abstracted by a French renegade pleated skirt. hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best y&. Physicians' Prescriptions,. ;
who escaped with his prize to Persia. by exemption for a term of years from farriers but they all said he was spoiled.He '
The only which carefully compounded with Drugs at
Here he wandered from town to town wraps young girls wear had large and I pure ,
try- the the and the taxation offered the several cities and a very thorough-pin, 11*
are pelerine pelisse paletot by
reasonable prices.DR. .
ing to dispose of it for a moderate sum, but used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
Carrick which last is double with
only meeting with distrust and suspicion.At a cape a towns. to Cure. and it took the bunch entirely off and 3
ruche around the neck and fastened with Apply
length, when the news of the theft had bow of ribbon. a CHAS. W. LEWIS, he sold afterwards for$1800(dollars). I have J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALXErt.
spread over India and reached Persia, fear- used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit
ing arrest, he accepted the offer of a Hebrew Costumes for the country and seaside are Office cor.Beach &7th sts., Fernandina. has always cured completely and left the PALMER BRO'S
merchant and surrendered the diamond for made of short length, with plaid or checked leg smooth.It ,

$10,000. Meantime the Shah was informed, skirts and tailor-made jackets or cashmereor is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I .

not only of the robbery, but also that the light cloth, or worn with jerseys. '. :,> have recommended it to a good many, and +.i..H.! I .f.i..4.i.-H--4 I I I II II II I +-

thief was residing in his territory, and had Fancy finger rings take the form of ser- ;. -1 ;d they all say it does the work. I was in With- PHARMACISTS 't f fMl

offered the stone repeatedly for sale. pents, gypsy, bangle, and gemel or triple erington Kneeland's drug store,in Adams, z
At once his Highness gave orders to arrest rings, having for the top two golden hands the other day, and saw a very fine picture -- t tt+- P

the man, dead or alive, and to seize the dia- clasped over two golden hearts. you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could ,

mond. The Jewish merchant naturally be- Black velvet collars with very deep white ..' not; they said if I would write to you that Centre Street

came alarmed for the safety of his new acquisition lace around the edges and jabots down the you would send me one. I wish you would, near Depot,

as well as that o'f his bead, and front make a stylish finish for lightcoloreddresses. and I will do you all the good I can.

gladly sold the stone to an astute Armenian Very respectfully E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's FERNANDINA, FLORIDA

merchant. named Shafras for $60,000. The Light lap robes for babies' carriages are of

magnificence of Catherine the Great and her linen scrim, with borders of drawn work Y
court was a byword in Armenia and Persia, and a scant ruffle of Irish point on the Spavin Cure.ON ABSOLUTELY PURE
and Shafras knew right well that if he could edges.
reach St. Petersburg with his diamond he HUMAN FLESH. DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
Lace silk and mitts with
would be able to dispose of it at a handsome woven ;s ,
profit. The greatest difficulty was to secrete ribbed tops and lace trimmings come in VEVAY IND., August 12, 1881. ,_ ..t i.

the stone so thoroughly about his person both Bernhardt and mousquetaire shapes. Dr. B. J. Kendall& Co.: DRUGS AND- CHEMICALS,

that in case of his arrest it should not be The popular colors for evening mitts and BOOTS AND SHOES GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-

discovered. It was too large for him to swal- gloves are pale pink, pale blue, flesh color, day. Please send me some with my imprint, Standard Patent Medicines, $'

low, so he solved the problem by making a mauve, cream and pure white. printed on one side only. The KendaWsSpavin

deep incision in the calf of his left leg, inserting Fancy-headed pins are used in place of J. H. PRESCOTT, Cure is in excellent demand with us, .
the stone and sewing the wound brooches lace to fasten the collar and and not only for animals but for human TOILET | '
up or pins ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the -(| Fancy ArticleJPERFU.IERY -
with silver thread. lace jabots at the throat. DEALER INMEN'S atx
leading farmers in our county, sprained an
When the cut had cicatrized sufficientlyto The hat of the passing moment for young ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
allow the removal of the wire, Shafras ladies is trimmed with white mull and yel- BOYS' AND YOUTH'S, LADIES', remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it r

began his travels toward Russia. Had he low buttercups. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S did far, better than he had expected; cured
known on arriving at the frontier that the Coaching parasols have big bamboo han the sprain in very short order. DU BIN'S EXTRACTS, *tc..J .

diamond had been traced to the Jewish mer- dles and red, blue and cream silk, and other Yours respectfully, C. O. THIEBAND.Price .
chant, and from him to an Armenian, he tops. FINE SHOES & Especial and careful attention
would have tried to conceal his very gay $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. paidto
probably But he proclaimed him- All kid gloves are now worn under the druggists have it or can get it for you or it PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by t'
nationality. boldly Shab'si1quisitive sleeve, and contrast with the color of the ANDGentlemen's will :be sent to any address on receipt of "
self an Armenian merchant to the an experienced Druggist.
toilet. price:,by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KENDALL -
officials, was arrested, and consigned Furnishing Goods JSMR. RABB the Manager will
to Strong emet- Veils of gold and colored spotted net are : & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. sleep-
prison on suspicion. i for Illustrated Circular. over the store and will to all calls-
ics were administered, but no diamond came not becoming, but they are worn for all Semi respond J
to light. lIe was stripped naked, plunged that. FERNANDINA, FLA. \: Sold by all Druggist at night 5

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rl.h! li fit L i": ; THE FLORIDA MIBUOR : !.JULY 7.

i 1r
; s bestowed upon us shall attract the attentionof EDITORIAL CORRESPONDE ,C'E.' will be interesting to your readers to know I SUPREME COURT.

outsiders. somethingaboutthislatterprojectin which,

j Fernandina should have a much larger PEOPLE WHO TRAVEL-THE SELFISH AND EXACTING should have it ever be carried out, they naturally HEAD-NOTES OF DECISIONS, JUNE TERM, 1883.
a special concern. Major Macfarlandhas
interior trade than she has. She should fur CHEERFUL PEOPLE The City of Jacksonvilleaud Roy Moodv
I AND THE POLITE AND this to say of both the water line and
Tax Collector
Appellants, vs. Edward
THE ISSUES OF 1884. nish people along the whole line of her rail- THE EXCURSION RATES MADE TO THE SOUTH- the projected railroad : L'Engle, Appellee-Duval

r:i-:' The New York Tribune seems to be disappointed road communications with building materials ERN Ar."TAGE-cHEAP: TRAVEL FROM ;,.; LOR- communication The course of was the proposed as follows line: of water RANDALL, C. J.: county.

i .,; wt in the Democratic platform of Ohio of every description, hardware, glass, IDA TO TENNESSEE. ,. 1. Beginning at the Mississippi river,at the 1.The act of the Legislature of 1877.Chapter

t a : on the tariff question. It fears that the lime, brick, doors, windows, moldings, etc.; SEWANEE, TENN., July 3183.; mouth of the Ohio, it was up the Ohio and 3,025, amending section 29 of the act of 1869.

t 4 Ohio Democrats are not sincere,and bewails with tools of every description for the farmer The behavior of people when away.from Tennessee rivers, and extending up to Flor- (providing for the incorporation of cities and
ence, at the foot of Muscle Shoals, by river towns), authorized the County Commissioners
,i the circumstance that they have not adopted and the mechanic and the fruit grower; with home is a very good test of refinement and navigation. to prescribe new boundaries of an incor-

tryfr the principles and formulas which the Tribune wagons, carriages,carts, harness,saddles, etc. civilization. The inherent qualities whichare 2. Through :Muscle Shoals by canal. porated town when, on the petition of five

I holds, that they, in their inner hearts, Every rich piece of land on Amelia Island the result of bad training,or inordinately 3. From the head of Muscle Shoals, up registered inhabitants of the town setting

F held. Well, what is to be done in such a should be thrown into truck farms, and a developed selfishness,crop out without much the Tennessee river to Guntersville, Ala., by forth that "the boundaries of the town are
river navigation. of unreasonable and extent it
} f, : case? If the Democracy announce certain large population of truck farmers would colonize restraint when brought into contact with 4. From Guntersville, on the Tennessee, shall be found by the unnecessary Commissioners that,

y..4 principles, it is difficult to prove that they around the city. others. The self-asserting paternal head of to the mouth of Wills creek, on the Coosa the boundaries of such town "are extended

'Mr '? are not sincere in advance of their having Machine shops, for the manufacture and the family endeavors to secure all the shady river near Gadsden, Ala., by canal. beyond necessary and useful limits, and include -

r ;-r.V-1 J an opportunity to be tested. repair of machinery, should be established. seats in the rail car for his long-draWn-out 5. Up the Coosa river to Rome, Ga., by an undue" amount of vacant or farming
:' river navigation. lands. Another section of the act of
I t The Republican party has inserted at various There is abundant demand for work of this family; he wants the central sections of the 6. From Rome, Ga., to the mouth of the 1877 authorized the County Commissionersto

j t times civil service reform ideas in its character, which we should share with our sleeping car and the best rooms in the'hotel.His Etowah river, up that river to a point above enlarge the boundaries of any city or townon

; platforms, but when put to the test they more enterprising sister on the St. Johns. journey is apparently regarded by himas Cartersville, Ga., and thence across the the application of the corporate authori-
country to the Ocmulgee river at Macon ties thereof. Under this act the County Com-
have failed to give effect to their profes- Other manufactures, such as oil mills, fertilizers an assertion of his dignity and impor- Ga., by canal. missioners had no power to change the territorial -

#E ; .r sions. If the Democracy, when the opportunity ready-made paints, paper stock, etc., tance. Instead of enjoying the scenery, the 7. From Macon down the Ocmulgee and limits of the town of La Villa, Duval

';. ; is afforded, belie in like manner their could be, no doubt, profitably established; pleasant temperature, and the society;of his Altamaha rivers to Darien,Ga.,and through county, except upon the ground that theboundaries

"- : professions they will beheld up to criticism ice factories for the supply of the small family and his fellow-travelers, he criticises the sounds to Brunswick Ga., by river nav- were "extended beyond neces- ..
+ igation. This route, among others, was ex- sary and useful limits and include an undue
7 as justly as the Republican party now towns along the line of the railroad.Let everything-the rate of speed, the stops of amined by the Select Committee on Trans- amount of vacant or farming lands ;" and

'r is. In fact, this is exactly what is the matter the enterprising business man look at the train, the weather, and the furnishing of portation in 1873, who, in their report recommended these premises not existing, the order of the

9 with the Republican administration of the character of the supplies which are for- his room and the fare provided for him; in in relation to this ronte, which County Commissioners made in December,
: they designated as the Southern route, that 1876, reducing the limits of LaVilla, was
..c t. affairs, and which has withdrawn from that warded to the interior on our railways, and fact, makes himself a nuisance generally. the Tennessee river be improved from its unauthorized and void.

>> + +' party its political support. he will get a good idea of the wants and Truth obliges us to say that quite as often mouth to Knoxville, and a communicationby 2. It was not lawful for the Commissioners -

'- Its utterances have generally been quite the demands of the fast-growing interior the quiet paternal head of the family is over- a canal or freight railway from some to sever a portion of the territory of La
-. : convenient point the Tennessee river in Villa for the sole of the
on purpose annexing
have been
Mi- unexceptionable, but its practices settlements. shadowed by the fretful matron, who can
: Alabama or Tennessee, by the shortest and same to the city of Jacksonville.
P..ft. k v !: vicious. In nearly every Department of the Fernandina should be a supply depot for usually find more subjects of criticism and most practicable route, to the Atlantic ocean, 3. The proceedings of tribunals created by

a. Government, at one time or another, public every description of wheeled vehicles, but descend into minutiae more thoroughly. In- be made : the question between the canal law must be shown to be within the powers

"' a confidence has been shocked by grave mal nothing of the kind has been kept here. terspersed with a constant flow of caution and railway to be decided after a careful sur- expressly granted, and acts done by them
and estimate of both shall have been not within such prescribed limits are
vey nuga-
versation under Republican practice and Agricultural implements, especially the improved ary remarks to the juveniles, the route of completed.The tory.

1 r Republican administrations. We have had machines, are needed in Florida. pleasure is made a way of discomfort1. Our cost of the two railway routes wouldbe 4. The act in question was not inimical to

l' :. in the Attorney-General's office the scandal American people never seem to have I learned as follows : the Constitution as conferring judicial func-

s of Laundalet Williams, and of a host of sub- THE DUELLO.The how to enjoy leisure or to make enjoymentfor Construction of a double track freight tions upon Commissioners ; the powers con-
,, general ridicule which has been show- railway, four feet eight and half inches ferred were not judicial within the meaningof
ordinates in the Department of Justice. In ered on the two Richmond editors who have themselves. They make a business of gauge, from Guntersville, Ala., by the most the constitutional restriction ; they involved

A'' : the War Department we have had Secretary pleasure-seeking, and exhibit a fussiness and direct practicable route to Brunswick, Ga., only the exercise of ordinary judg-

; d :', Belknap's impeachable transactions. In the been playing hide-ank-seek over the State, 'impatience which blinds them to- those 412 miles, $16,612.955.The ment and discretion in reference to the pub- :
and who have finally succeeded in making construction of a double track freight lic interest and convenience, like that required -
\ Treasury Department we have the whisky targets of themselves, ought to convince the things which make other people'senjoy: railway, five feet gauge, from Charleston, in locating roads, bridges, and other

a.,, ..; ;: rascalitiesof Babcock and his confederates. ment. Arriving at a hotel, they willon: the Tenn., to Wintersville, Ga., six miles east such affairs.
of that effete institution the
t. In the Navy Department we have had the supporters spur of a momentary dissatisfaction, start of Athens, with a branch fourteen miles The decree of the Circuit Court, enjoiningthe
of duello, that it is so far out of fashion that : long from the 113th mile post to Saddle Gap collection of taxes by the city of Jack-
# I"' contracts under the auspices off for destination.
/; swindling neither courage nor good sense is inferred in again a new Tunnel, on the Blue Ridge Railroad ; 212 sonville upon property attempted to be sev-
Secor Robeson. The contrast between the quiet enjoyingand miles All ered from LaVilla in is
: :;; those who are now credited with a simple $15,146,280. parts of the southern 1877, affirmed.
.':z!: In the Post-Office Department we have enjoyable people one meets is very great, transportation route have now been reported O. J. H. Summers, for Appellants ; JohnT.
desire for notoriety. Nobody knows and open, and all parts with the exception of & George W. Walker and William B.
4 w.! the gigantic frauds of the Star contractors and makes one regret that the fussy:;people
[. nobody cares what the cause of offence was, the Tennessee river have been surveyed.It Young, for Appellee.Bill .
in which figure most prominently have not the good sense to stay at home and
{ ; f : as editors deal in words as a rule, and their only remains now to make the compar-
a; ; the Assistant Postmaster-General and the the pleasant people the means to travel. ison of the relative cost of the route wholly Williams, Plaintiff in Error, vs. The
and the
. : f 1. Secretary of the Republican National Como thoughts are composed given to pub- There is an increasing tendency :among by water, and the route partly by rail, and State of Florida, Defendant in Error-
J lic by shooting-sticks instead of shooting- in doing this it is necessary to consider the Alachua county.
o of
; ; mittee. While in another Department Southern people to seek Southern watering-
irons. railway route by way of the Hiawassee VAN V VALKENBURG J.
1,, ;'4 r : the Treasury a damaging investigation is places. A large number of such places are river, for, in the first place.it involves going
of the and the
.c ( N The whole thing challenge 1. Under the laws of this State, Judges of
+ : North Carolina the Tennessee river about
advertised in Georgia 170 miles fur-
I now going on. now up
+ ; has be- the Circuit Courts authorized allow
grand search for the field of honor are to
t .
NZ ther than the
{: Guntersville route would
The fact is thatthepeopleseethata and Tennessee. There be less style require -
may writs of error to the Supreme Court in cases
; come a ridiculous farce,and the public laughat and involves the construction of thirty
x :' t. change is requisite, because if all these frauds but there is much more comfort at:far less of misdemeanors and crimes not capital, as
miles of
also with
the folly of two men running around with or forty railroading,
fr.{ have, in spite of the power of the officials expense than at the fashionable Northern heavier grades and sharper curves, and well as in capital cases.
:' seconds, and doctors, and even cushions to 2. When the record contains all the evi-
t, concerned in them, been brought to light, it watering places. very much larger amounts of bridging and
; dence introduced in the and
}:: be laid out on. No one cares for the com tunneling than would be the case, upon a
"v' : +,.f":- is presumable that the undiscovered frauds The railways are making very low excur- required by careful examination it is clear it does not
; That has Guntersville route and
batants, or which is hit. day ; secondly, the cost
i$ tf t lr ; will never be brought to light without ai sion rates the present season. The following of its construction over 212 miles of new warrant the finding of the jury, this court

e i ::' change of the personnel, which will necessitate gone by. ____ __ rates for round-trip tickets have been estab- line would be nearly as great as the cost of will reverse the judgment.
reversed and trial awarded.
r :.m a thorough examination and overhauling SMALL-POX. lished from various points in Florida to the the construction of the 412 miles of the Taylor & Sanchez, Ashby new& Thrasher, for
\ Guntersville line, the estimate for the first
i. d, \ of the books. The city of Nashville has a population of Southern Chautauqua at Mount Eagle, on being $15,146.280, while that of the last is Plaintiff in Error; Attorney-General Raney,
r\I' The Tribune and its compeers now rest about 50,000 people. It has been under the the Cumberland:Mountain! in Tennessee, six, $16,612,955. In addition, in order to reach for the State.Cincinnati .

1 I ,t..i their claims for a continuance of the Republican infliction of small-pox for several months, miles from Sewanee, the site of the''University the sea coast by the Hiawassee route, it
.'1;. bold assertion that but the fact, although generally known, has would be necessary to buy up more than Belote, Appellant, vs. James S.
: the of the South Fernandina to-: :Mount
.t power upon :
Bell Administrator of J. M. O'Brian de-
I two hundred miles of old lines, the cost of ,
'. ,; ; :: 1:: admitting the frauds, etc., yet the Democrats not, in any sensible degree, injured its busi- Eagle and return, tickets good until September which is not known. There is, then, noth- ceased, Appellee-Duval county.
-. ; .J:.; are still less to be trusted. They admit ness or stopped travel or intercourse with 30. $19.35; Cedar Key, $24.75'Gaines-; : ing to recommend the Hiawassee route to VAN VALKENBUPGH, J. :

'.. .t that there are no issues which can be surrounding towns. No quarantines have ville, $21.90; Ocala, $23.70; Pensacola, $15.65. favorable consideration. 1. A bill of particulars attached to the declaration -

.8, brought up against the Democracy. been established, except in order to isolate Low rates are strong inducements to travel, southern The original transportation estimate for route opening for water this in an action of assumpsit, althoughsworn
to is in evidence in the
t 1834 the of the Democratic infected houses and persons. and the railroads wise in inducing no sense
of communication
''i The issues :, on part are peo- only would be $37,354,649.This cause, nor in any event can it be referred to,
:' ., ;: J;;; party, seem to us to be very plain : The report of the health officer of Davidson ple to travel in their otherwise duH season is the modified estimate made by the to supply a deficiency in the proof on the
county, of June 26. gives the following engineers. The cost to open this route, if a of the .
I : A square, simple issue of good government ; of the year. part plaintiff. sole object is to inform -
the Nation be statistics of the small-pox hospital : Polk is before railway were substituted for a water route the defendant of the nature and char
,r a demand that the affairs of The trial of ex-Treasurer over the part extending from Guntersvilleto
t acter of the cause of action, and for what
Number of hand last June
cases on report
) and economically administered a the court at Nashville. Great difficulty has Brunswick, would be $19,361,313. The
: [ honestly ; 12)).....................................................25 distance the water line is particular items it is brought.
', : .f civil service reform which shall make capacity Received since June 12................... .....12 been experienced in obtaining a jury. Several while that by by water and rail would 1,3081 be miles.830 2. The effect of the exceptions to the gen-

and honesty the primary motives in Discharged since June 12.......................21 hundred jurors have been summoned, miles.It eral rule, as provided in Chapter 1983, Laws

.i i Y'I' appointments to office, and that offices be Died...................................................... 4 but so far only seven have been secured. will be seen that by the construction ofa 1874, (McC.'s Dig.. 518 g24,) is not to rendera
o i ; : On hand now.........................................32 route instead of route from witness incompetent generally, but only
". : l" filled and held for the good of the people, In bed................................................... 7 These appear to consist of men who are too Guntersville railway to Brunswick a the water of the incompetent to testify upon certain specified

K : and not for the advantage of the individual; Convalescent........................................15 dull or too ignorant to have read about or southern route would be reduced length from subjects, namely : "transactions and communications -
/, i ; :J..t that office shall be considered a trust, and Suspects........................ ....................... 7 formed an opinion in reference to one of the miles to 830 miles and the cost of its con- !! ," had with the deceased in his
life-time. to
Any party testify
I and shall The low rate of mortality speaks well for robberies of the treasure of struction would be reduced from may any
t, : :I'; l not a reward ; that imposts greatest public $37,354,649 fact pertinent to the issue, if it does not
::1:1,4 1 be collected primarily for the necessary expenses the medical attendance and general man- the age. The jury system is becoming worth- to $19,361,313. That is. the length would be come within the exceptions as provided in
: / : reduced about one-third and the cost of
II; H ;j: :. .: of the Government, and not to enhance agement of the hospital. less as a means of obtaining justice: in cases construction about one-hals., The capacityof and by the statute.
ihl,9 : ;' i! the cost of necessary articles to our out of the usual run. The requirement that the route by water and rail would be Judgment reversed and new trial awarded.
: II. :M. Call, Appellant ; James L. Harn
r: ;: : -' own citizens, or to exclude the products of ANOTHER CANAL PROJECT. the juror shall not have formed or expressedan about the same; for taking fifteen minutesas for Appellee.
'" d': J Some years since a project was mooted for in notorious which has the average time for a boat to pass a lockon .
., "r the labor of foreign peoples. opinion a case, -
;; f. ; ; the Sand :Mountain Canal, 100 boats
the with the Atlanticby
E' ; : On these issues the Democracy cannot fail connecting Mississippi filled the newspapers for weeks months, could pass a day, and taking their average The Singer :Manufacturing Company, Appellant -

3 to win in the contest of 1884.ADVANTAGES way of the Tennessee river, the Coosa necessarily shuts out from the jury every load at 200 tons each, the amount of ton- vs. L. W. Spratt and J. C. Marcy,

: r'' : -- and the Ocmulgee. An inspection of the intelligent man. One of the jurors selectedin nage that could pass in one day would be Jr.,Appellees. W. A. )McLean Appellant,
I ; OF NEW BLOOD IN 20.000 tons. By rail fifty trains a day of vs. the same, Appellees. A. B. Campbell,
'I{T. r :,- map will show that Guntersville. Ala., the the Polk is called the "Molasses:
case each be sent out which Appellant, vs. the same AppelleesDuval -
forty cats might ,
i "i ; 3 proposed point of departure from the Ten-
;) I Candy Juror from his extreme amiabilityand ten tons per car, would give a tonnage of county.RANDALL .
tt' f1 : It has been said that Atlanta did not contain nessee river is about two-thirds of the entire
; .. flexibility, having no opinion of his 20,000 tons per day. C. J. :
.. one native-born voter. This is probably distance between Cairo and Brunswick, The time of transit would be greatly in
:. ;, I own on any subject. The jury in; the Star 1. The dismissal of a rule to show cause
1 i I an exaggerated statement, illustrative of which is estimated at 1,309 miles so that by Route said to have been about as favor of the railway, for, taking ten miles why a writ of prohibition should not be
'.. cases was ;
i the growth of that city by the advent Brunswick is per as rate a freight granted is a final judgement upon the
q rapid the proposed route nearer to
been found. The
I could have
: poor a one as train, it would require but forty-one hoursto suggestion filed and the facts therein
contained -
!It .i d of a population coming from all parts of the Cairo than New Orleans is, a saving of more Polk jury appears likely to rivalit, but it pass from Guntersville to Brunswick, from which an appeal lies.

!;-, i' 't ': United States. than 1,000 miles of water-way. The dis- would seem impossible for any jury to acquit whilst the time required to pass over the 2. The power to issue the writ of pro-
This is in fact the secret of the success water route between those two points wouldbe hibition as original does not
i,;I tance by the proposed canal from Gunters- the ex-Treasurer. It end, how- an proceeding
may 194 hours a difference in favor of the
; belong to the Circuit Courts and be
; d I t and growth of commercial cities. In this ville to Brunswick via the Coosa and Oc can
II ever, in a compromise, as there Have been rail route of 153 hours. The difference in issued by them only as ancillary to a juris-
Y F country, unlike the cities of Europe, there mulgee is 412 miles. We publish in another propositions made to that effect, and a con- cost of transportation is also slightly in diction already acquired.

J r... '*1S. is a constant tendency to change. There is place a condensed report of the results of an siderable amount offered. favor of the railroad.It Judgment affirmed.G. .

f '-r of the native and an influx of foreign its and can be added that this transportationroute Wheaton Deans, for Appellant ; JohnT.
:? an outgo examination of the route, cost, a The have not turned out as well as .
crops through the South by rail is the cheapest -
VK-li Geo. W. Walker, for Appellees.
i ;, : r population. The towns and cities of comparison with proposed railway, and rail was expected in Tennessee, and provisionsare in cost of construction of all the routesto

'l' c:f New England have sent their young men to and water routes. higher than usual. Horses and; mules the sea," which have been the subject of Augustus F. Anderson, Plaintiff in Error,

the West, and their places have been filled than last examination.-Nashville American. vs. The State of Florida. Defendant in
t command a much higher price
THE accumulation of wealth in the South
from the rural districts county.
up by young people must be getting to be considerable.The year, which will affect our own people, as John Roach & Sons were the l lowest bid- VAN VALKENBURG, J. :
in and to still degree by foreign -
,( part, a greater four banks in Nashville report individual we get a large part of our stock from Ten- ders for the four new government steamersto 1. An indictment must be found within

; l immigration ; so that Boston, Providence : to the amount of three million nessee and Kentucky. F. be built. The total amount of the bid the time limited by statute, or the offence
r,f' etc., have now a very large foreign- deposits charged therein will be barred.
: : was $2,440,000. There is curiosity
; t three hundred and thousand some
born thirty-eight 2. An indictment was found at the spring

ti j population. dollars. This may, or may not, be a favora- WATER TRANSPORTATION. among shipbuilders to know how Roach can term of the court held in April, 1882, alleging -
: in town and become
/11':1 ; People grow up a accustomed ble statement for Nashville. While the make anything out of his contract. The that the defendant had committed an I
;t i I to the exciting state of things, and on TilE PROPOSED ALL-WATER ROUTE FROM THE offense, not punishable with death, on or ;
explanation given is that he will be able to
..Hf have seldom the motive to venture upon one hand it indicates a large surplus capital, TENNESSEE TO THE ATLANTIC PARTLY about the first day of March, 1880 : Held, :
.' u The it may be that this capital deposited in bank RAIL PLAN. convince the Secretary that some special that the offense was barred by the statute,

r." ,' to.r expansion or experiment. new-comer : could be better employed in developing the WASHINGTON, June 18.-The report of Major feature of the plans designed by,the Advis- the judgment arrested and the defendant

sees opportunities for improvement and util- industries of the direct invest- Walter :Macfarland on the Southern ory Board, and which he agreed in his con- discharged.D. .
.. izes them. It is the new blood, the new- country by a transportation route to the seaboard has ad- S. Walker, Jr.. for Plaintiffin Error;
tract to out could be changed to
; comers, who give impetus to enterprise in ment in profitable labor employing enter- been completed. This route is from the carry Attorney General R:tney, for the State.
'; prises. West, by way of the Tennessee river, to vantage. The alteration, of course, will necessitate -
Unshackled the
: commercial towns. by conI' Brunswick, Ga. The original survey for a an extra cost. Mr. Roach will Bennett F. Neal and Benjamin H. Neal

servative traditions of the place, they seek The granite shaft which is to mark the water line communication was ordered in name his own price, and receive his money.A Appellants, vs. Joseph H. Spooner and

a new employment of capital, open up new spot where General Custer and seven com- 1872, by the Senate Committee on Transpor- others, Appellees-Jackson county.

I enterprises show confidence in the advan- panies of the Seventh United States Cavalrylaid tation, and a report of the survey was madein novel race occurred recently in New I RANDALL, C. J. :
1875 with which, undoubtedly, the read-,, I 1. Under the plea of not guilty in eject-
I i tages, natural or artificial, which the town down their lives, was shipped from ers of the American are familiar. Since that .I York between the catamaran Jessie, which ment special pleas under the statute of limitations

I possesses, and astonish the natives. Montello, Wisconsin, to Montana Monday.The time Major :Macfarland has given considerable was the greater part of last winter on the St. should be struck out. Evidence to

i if Such has been the case at Atlanta and at monument consists of a cube of Mon study to the project, and at least pro- Johns river, and the trotting horse Boston. prove adverse possession, or an adverse title,
nounces in favor of a through freight rail- The race was from New York to Stony may be given under the general issue.
Jacksonville, and such will be the case in tello granite 4! by 51 feet, resting on a base
I I way. As this is a matter of considerable Creek, Conn., ninety miles, for $1,000 aside. 2. The record of a deed is not proper evidence -
; ouc-: oodly city of Fernandina when the of the same material. It is inscribed with importance and likely to increase in inter The catamaran beat, making the trip in ten .I; if objected to, without proof of an

; advantages which nature has so prodigally the names.of the slain. est as the country is developed, :perhaps it and a half hours. original duly executed. The original is notS'

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per se evidence but its execution must be AN ORDINANCE \ REAL ESTATE.7T : u..... ..

proved by evidence other than the certificateof To Amend an Ordinance Entitled "An Ordinance -
proof or acknowledgement for record. I ".
to Prevent the Introduction of
3. A tax deed, purporting on its face to Fernandina. ,
Pox into the OiLy of ;
have been executed within five days after : 'J.&T.IcYDD:1.Corner

the sale by the collector, is void. IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYORand ; "
the trial and before is submitted BE Board of Aldermen of the City of ,.' !
4. At a cause "' .. ''
I "';>' ..1'0'.. ."\ t of Centre and Third Streets. .. .
the be That from and after this date
to the jury, proceedings may Fernandina, '\"'.!': '" .
amended by striking out the name of a and until Council shall otherwise direct, no ., : .. ::I :' ... I ; S
plaintiff,and also by inserting the name ofa person shall be allowed to enter the City of ,. .. .
next friend of a plaintiff who is shown to Fernandina, from the City of Jacksonville, .z :.. '. !...:1:;t'1--' : ,' .,

be a minor, under the sixth section of the or suburbs, who has not a certificate bearingthe .:: .... ', '": -1| SPRING GOODS _

Practice Act of 1861. signature of a regular practicing physi- ;' ':' a
5. The omission of a next friend to give a cian of the latter city, together with the seal : : ,
bond to secure the proceeds of a judgmentto of the city, setting forth that said person .,'", '$,('f.f. :'Jo ','.

be recovered cannot be assigned as error has been successfully vaccinated within ".. t'i -') ,.., :, .,. Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments,
by the defendant on appeal. It does not twelve months, has not lived within any .

concern him, and he is not injured or pre- infected district and is in good health. .. : : (
judiced. Any person having such certificate shall be lr: N Tc w hinta &mDrica P rc&ln ilka &tina untingl

6. A'udgnientinejectmentinfavorofthe allowed to enter the City of Fernandina: .

plaintiff should state the quantity of the Provided, however, that no excursion parties :'f!;; ,: ',-: .
estate recovered. This is required by the shall be allowed to enter the City of Fernan- ,. '. ., : AND NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS.OUR '
statute of 1881 ; and a judgment which does dina from Jacksonville or suburbs, and that .,'''. ),.1. .
not show what estate is recovered and to be residents of Jacksonville or suburbs shall .

delivered must be set aside and proper not be allowed to bring into the City of Fer- ..--.... -- .- CLOTHING DEPARTMENTIs I

judgment entered by the court conform- nandina any baggage until such time as ;.

able to the verdict.Judgment Council may direct. ....
now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS,
vacated.D. SEC. 2. The provisions of this Ordinance .
L. McKinnon, for Appellants; J. F. shall not apply to any person, from Jack- .. ,.;' _" ',;." <, ., rJo ,- '
The Latsst from Low-Priced ::
k'; to Fine Goods.
McClellan, for Appellees. sonville or suburbs, holding through tickets "':" t.. ".'. ;....,;..!'iC'.U"'. .'r_ ; '...' Styles,
for points North.
="" *.-. '
SPONGE GATHERING. SEC. 3. All Ordinances or parts of Ordi- ; sA
".- .. ,; Stock received and S
,. new Just
nances conflicting with the provisions of -" '" ""'; Boots and Shoes
; ,
from Cedar Key '
writing .
A correspondent
,.'l. ,,f;_. j"ft d ,"
this Ordinance are hereby repealed. .' .:".. .""" .7 offered at VERY LOW PRICES.
of the modeof
Fla., gives the following account Passed first second and third readings ". s
.. .'V. ... .. \ 1' ; .
\ ,, .< Y.
taking sponges on the Gulf coast: "About and adopted, June 20, 1883. ; 'i',4' :\ .j .,.' ;.,._' <,;/&,':": t. -J..,..." "
miles off the coast the sheep wool' F. C. SUHRER, : i' A large and well-assorted Stock frV
twenty President of Council. .......,.. 't...! '... '." ,",., .\,,:," SPRING I HATS
sponge is found in large quantities. Hither y' for MEX, YOUTHS and BOYS, :
Attest: ._1: .
the fleet repairs when it has sold its previous WM. F. WOOD JR., ,( ( ; ;::'
c < .;.::, .- -if ; > IN NEW AND NOBBY STYLES. ? '(' tch' and laid in their provisions. City Clerk.
.'...:'' '$ '::?\.''; t't'l., '..;, :I! i;. t.!'
When the ground, where the water is Approved: 0: : if ."
upon I C. A. HALEY, Mayor. I .' ". 4 ffigf Order BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save ::
about five or six fathoms small boats are [
: trouble, time and expense. S
lowered, containing two men each. One .
his AN ORDINANCE -, ,, /' "flY.: ';f: 'f"" 1&- We are Agents for DEVLIN k CO., leading Clothiers of : ,
sculls slowly, the other lies prone upon : { -", :
Entitled an Ordinance to Carryon : New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail b
the side of the boat. In '
breast at one arm : .. t:>.; I
a more General System of receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our
he grasps an apparatus, which is scarcelymore '
Vaccination within the City of -" : resident New York buyer. : 4;
than a deep bucket, with the bottom "';, ': (;'N ,; : ,: ,' .
,. .. ,
Fernandina.Be : :..;. "' '' ;: ;".'i. '
made of glass, which is inserted in the wa-

ter-glass downward In the other hand he it ordained,first, That in order to havea 3T. cfe -r.: IA Y :D :D ..:

holds a very slender pole, twenty or thirty thorough the city of enrollment Fernandina of, the every city inhabitantof shall, for "'.,.., "- "'" New York Office, 83 Walker Street, 'r FERXAXDIXA, FLORIDA. ,

feet long armed at the end with a double or the p purpose of making such enrollment, be I S !/ I C'

treble pronged hook, very like potato hoe. divided into four districts for each of which 7 Y I,
there shall be by Council .rr. :. "
It takes a practical eye, peeping throughthis appointed a com- ,, ,: h..
petent person to make an enrollment according ">f!
glass to the depth of twenty or thirty
to blanks furnished them by Coun- .,' ,
feet of sea water, not only to see the sponges cil, setting forth the name and residence of I RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.lIALLORY'S '
which grow on the rocks or corals but to each family in his district, the number of (t

distinguish between the good and the bad. persons habitually residing in such family, THE FLORIDA r..
how many have been vaccinated, with how ,
When one or more are seen worthy of being many has vaccination taken when vac- IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. STEAMSHIP LINE I

taken the right arm, grown very muscularand cinated and by whom? rpOWN

skillful by constant practice deftly ex- Be it further ordained, That immediatelyafter
such enrollment is completed the city ,
tracts the sponge from its rocky base and Femuiicliiia, FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. t V
physician shall visit every habitation reported -
brings it to the surface. The exertion is by the inspectors to contain personsnot Towns on R. R. Line ., ,

immense. The long, slender pole sways and vaccinated within two years, and pro- ,
ceed forthwith to offer his services for and And Cedar
bends, and the sea is not always as quiet as Key.
in behalf of the city.
they desire.: The left hand and arm still Be it further ordained, That any person or .
holds, steadies and presses the water-glass, persons refusing to be vaccinated shall note -

through which lie must look to guide the permitted to leave his her or their placeof
abode, nor have any communication or Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
manipulation of the pole and hook.-Sa-
allow any one to visit him, her or them t.
vannah News. until they are duly vaccinated, under a number of the most eligible and desirable __ -rte P+
penalty of not less than $2 nor more than $5
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for 'r |
for each and every offense, or an imprison-

ment of not more than 15 days, or both at City or Suburban Residences, '.- =% 4t1
the discretion of the :Mayor. 1r
Passed first, second and third reading -
May 23, 1883. F. C. SUHRER,
President of Council.
" Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to -
Attest: _. <<
[SEAL] WM. F. WOOD, J$., City Clerk. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
C. A. HALEY, Mayor. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- .


f -Y cIII Commissioner's Sale. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor STATE 03 TEXAS, 1,543 TONS. '

BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE residence, or in which to conduct their CARONDELET, 1,508 TONS. }

Hon. H. J. Baker, County Judge of "\VESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS..
Nassau County Florida, I will sell to the business. sj

III I : highest bidder, in front of the CourtHousedoor ,
of Nassau County, on the first Monday INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS ;

in July A. D. 1883, the following real estate ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YOUK. t
belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Brad- by exemption for a term of years from

dock, deceased, situate, lying and being in
offered by the several cities and
the county of Nassau and State of Florida, I.
of the
described as follows: Forty acres of the towns. to
Francis Wood Grant which said forty acres CHAS. W.1: LEWIS THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- ;1 1, ,:
are bounded on the East by Section fifteen sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.'i

((15)). and on the North by lands of the Flor- SSOffice cor. Beach &7th sts.,,Fernandina. This Line, having 110 Transfers between Fernandina and New s i

4KIJ4G ida Railroad Company, and on the West by York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF ;., ;
the main run of Summerlin branch ; all in FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. i,'

Section forty-two ((42)), Township two ((2)), The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED 1' 7F
North of Range twenty-five ((25)) East. ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close F

Sold for distribution. Purchaser to pay connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL- t '

for titles. "r": i" ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. a'(

POWDERAbsolutely J. A. EDWARDS, .:, 't'.,: ,. JOHNS, OCKLA AHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT ,
Commissioner. ;" ; RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the .

for LAKE WEIR. 1
Pure NOTICE.SIX ::4 h ( :

THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel to the Judge of the County Courtin For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

purity strength and wholesomeness.More and for the County of Nassau, Fla., for .; R. W. SOUTH WICK, Agent, ;
economical than the ordinary kinds .
letters of administration on the estate of v'
and cannot be sold in competition with the Nelson Parker deceased. ,. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.C. .
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or F. C. SUHRER. :' > H. MALLORY & CO., a;
in k-..r.'s'. .... Pier 20 East River New York. 51.ATIlEPUBTIJC.
phosphate powders. Sold only cans.ROYAL Fernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. 6 : .

3S 106 Wall Street New York. In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial :" ..-'i.." ,

Circuit Florida. .;;,\ : TO .
,'.s :" s : ',.', i.t t\fU : .'. ?{

BOOTS AND SHOES. Partners as Fred W. Hoyt & Co., The success which we have attained in the introduction of our fi; ;

versusR. ,. ". -....,'
D. FOX and S. L. :;; '
BURNS. Partners as

, J 'r"'l'IIE NEW STORE.$ Fox & Burns. .I. Virgin Brand Baking Powder If :

UNDER i issued in the Fourth Judi- !F f :';<1 'yt8y.,. .;.
:s W. F. WOOD Jr. "
{ } SC
cial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Flor-
has by far exceeded our expectations; and now that we are entering upon the third year
ida, in a suit wherein Fred W. Hoyt and .

> {j Proprietor, (} D W. O. Jeffreys are plaintiffs and R. D. Fox "i ::..; and S. L. Burns are defendants. I have lev- ,

ied upon and will sell at public auction, in .

C> Cr > front of the Court-House in the city of Fer- ... ...>,,r"J:;'-.. ...'.,... ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES.To .

nandina, on the first Monday or"August, sS i

a:: 1883, being the sixth day of said month, the : .", To dwell upon its merits would be on our part, for those who have 1 ..a
N. i S.W. i Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-483
acres. Levied upon as the property of Fox S'x once, used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms.

s sAND & Burns, to satisfy said judgment, togetherwith :' We are the originators of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING POWDER, and ,
interest and cost of suit. Terms cash .' ... #.'.t' '.
{ e. "
for title.J. from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that b
purchaser paying .
} .,fT"' t
S Sr A. ELLERMANN, '' 'ift'I'r"'> TIlE BEST. To this standard quality we shall continue to keep it. A Teaspoonful a ,r.

Sheriff Nassau County. BRAND suffices for full or well-sifted
;, ." :; :1 : of the VIRGIN a quart i
Fernandina, Fla., July 7, 1883. .. t
:a: : .. 5'".'f'. :" f'd'.II73tA:-t 4<-..1','.AI'..,'''.',,', .(A: :.'.: .. Flour. where at least double that quantity would be required. of inferior brands. A

NOTICE. S .." ..1J't,. ;. :'..
ALL ='
entitled to distribution of the .> >'
estate of Wm. Marson deceased, are hereby .oi""Ask: your Grocer for the VIRGIN BRAND BAILING .' d
Fernandina }j DB
{{ notified to present their claims, duly authenticated ,. POWDER, and take no other. M
within two years from date or the ., -:

: {{ Cor. Centre & Third. } S same will be barred. \ ,- ',' .:.,; : S. GUCKENHEIMER & SON, ,3
g .' t'!.....' .n.
Executor. 3Fd". ',-,:,,.,,'rl4. ..... S.A.VANNAII, GA. ':"
D J'" TIlE NE1V Fernandina, Fla., June 28, 1883. 'I'' 112" j..' .:."., I ; ANGEL & FRIEND, Agents, Fernandina, Fla. ,,'.!





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awl : ; Probably the most luxuriant growth to idea originated I know not; but it is certainly CHANDLERY ETC. ;
a great error, contrary both to reason
ctt be will occur this
: seen on orange groves B. NOYES,
month the June rains, considerably earlier and facts. A '
1 a ; than usual this year, facilitating their pro- Plums are less digestible than peaches, on (Successor to "\\r. A. SANBOKU), HL E. DOTTERER

c ; 1, gress, and remedying many defects that the account of their pulp; and all pulpy stone Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
droughts of spring months had caused. fruits are' more or less indigestible, in pro-
I s Growth among orange trees, and especially portion to the'quantity of this pulp, whichis GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
the growth caused by copious rains and humidity likely to cause fermentation, resulting in
diarrhoea. This is trouble in chil- CHOICE WINES: AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN: I
a frequent
1' is essentially a benefit the refreshing ..
.y ; ; _..* *
M influence so early bestowed causes the dren; who often eat them half ripe,and who Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near 1 *1
t : rowth to be so much further prolonged frequently swallow them pulp, seeds and Steamboat Landing, '
; into the fall months. The ripening of this all. The juice alone should be taken into II{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES T
;r growth wood has considerable influence on the stomach, and this is wholesome.The FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. M

the fruit-bearing properties of the tree. Good apple is one of the' best of fruits. Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. 1 MI* -JH-!, fI
robust wood should be secured at all hazards Baked stewed apples will generally agree Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in I *,
t r : c now ; the subsequent late growth has with the most delicate stomach, and are an large quantities. I

, y contingencies to encounter adverse to uninterrupted excellent medicine in many cases of sickness. Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- EMBRACING MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
;4L progression. The growth of spring Green or half-ripe'apples, stewed and sweet- ny's CHAMPION BARBED IRE-the
k : i ,+ and the growth in fall is too often abruptly ened, are pleasant to the taste, nourishing, best in the world.
: i. cooling and laxative being far preferable in FANCY IMPORTED
ripened that in midsummer is capable of Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED GROCERIES.ONLY
expansion, and in the hands of the intelli many cases, to the abominable doses of salts PLOWS. .
t is a subject of import in and oil usually given in fevers and other dis-
gent many
+, grower Local for BANK OF JACKSON
k -!, respects such as regulating the outline and eases. Raw apples, and dried apples stewed, VILLE. 33 GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
,s' the disposition of branches have to be seen are,better for_ constipation than most liver

ar ere it is to late. Where groves have not had pills.Oranges. PURE AND OF GOOD
?, ; ; }: : ; a spring manuring, or an additional fertilizing are very acceptable to most stomachs QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
;. ; is required now, it is a good time to having all the advantages of the acid
,, perform the operation, especially if a humid alluded to; but the juice alone should be ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
: '
g'' 3., + r: dav be selected. taken, rejecting the pulp: BuildingMaterial !
=c Insects should be held in check, or, better The same may be said of lemons, pome- '4 : -# .m. _
r, i p still, eradicated. We know nothing better granates, and all that class.. Lemonade. is -- -
than whale oil soap, water and kerosene in the best drink in fevers; and when thick- FINE TEAS AND COFFEES !1 -
combination, and applied with a syringe or ened with sugar, is better, than syrup of BRICK, LIME: .. HAIR, =
" force pump among the branches and leaves squills and other nauseous drugs in many

; Le. ad libitum. The proportions for the mixture cases of cough. PLASTER, CEMENT, THE BEST GOODS, OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.
k. :,. ;.+,. found to be most effective, are eight Tomatoes act on the liver and bowels,and
; '.. pounds of whale oil soap boiled in one'gallon are much more pleasant and safe* than blue SHINGLES
i i w: of water till dissolved; when cooling mass and liver regulators.' The juice

i i". add one gallon of kerosene, which thoroughly should be used alone, rejecting the skins. DOORS, SASII, BLINDS.. NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.Cor. .
11 14; incorporates with the soap, and finish The small-seeded fruits, such as blackberries -

i '<, up with twenty gallons of cold water. figs, raspberries strawberries, grapes, PAINTS, OILS, ETC.,
d Budding the citrus family can still be undertaken etc., may be classed among the best foods
''- w',t ';: observing that rain during and and medicines. The sugar in them is nutri- -AT- Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, FL.i .-.

F' ; j ,;" immediately after the process is most generally tious, the acid is cooling and purifying, and
y ,, ..' ;',.; killing, so one must watch an opportunity the seeds are laxative. We would be much FRED W.
& 4 i ..a between showers. the gainer if we would look more to our ,
" "1,' :'',* Potato time is one of unusual activity in gardens and orchards for our medicines, and SECOND STREET, Near Centre.. i COLLINS & CO. HARTFORD
;j 'f i '' Florida, and much travel that is undertaken less to our drug stores. To cure a fever or '
,, by some people to obtain vines could be act on the kidneys, no febrifuge or diureticis
,,1 saved, if a spare corner be given to raising superior to watermelons, which may, with HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
u: slips. Things at hand are best, and no- very few exceptions be taken in sickness '
where should a crop so subject to the caprices and in health, in almost unlimited quantities I.
, of the weather in getting a start, be not only without injury, but with posi-
anywhere but on one's premises. tive benefit. But in using them, the wateror We invite your attention to our

+ +!'., i Propagation by division of most plants juice should be taken, excluding the
: i l can be safely effected if done without exposure pulp; and the melons should be fresh and Glassware
.t 4! I to sunshihe and in overcast or wet ripe but not over-ripe and stale. Crockery 1 I
': I weather. We would particularly mention In another article I may have somethingto "

.. .. I Guinea grass. The large clumps are easily say of peas, beans, nuts, cabbages col- and offer our Goods in these lines as low as
a 't",", c : separated, and each piece makes good planting lards, etc.-Dr. S. Wilson, in Southern World.
t sets to give a grass crop this fall. Para the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of

,. t grass in a like manner, so also Bermuda, HOUSEHOLD HINTS. very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,
: : : St. Augustine and other grasses. Cow peas
\H! \I can be sown, and a succession can be kept Old newspapers will put the finishing Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin
f : Y .! up, ifat intervals during the growing season touch to silver knives
ti. { newly-cleaned spoons, Chamber Sets all colors; Woodenware -
seed can be sown. The vines of cow peas
1. forks and tin better than any patent polish-
, f ; when dried are good fodder. Seeds of millet ing powder. After using silver or whiting, of all kinds; and Housekeeping -

.l"l M i.; and such like annual grasses may still be rub each article rapidly till perfectly dry, Utensils generally. "

; .n 1 !. sown.In the vegetable garden keep up your with old papers.If FRED W. IIOYT tC CO. OFPicks
% the clothes-line is left out week after Axes
: of tomatoes
}i' sowings gourds, squashes, cucumbers j Hatchets
I w :, ; and okra, to transplant for fall week it will not only soon become tender
i.j; fruiting, and prepare towards the end of the and break, but mildew will soon settle over ,
f .. month seed beds for onion lettuce it, and the clothes put upon such a line will
; cabbage, AND> OTHER
and fall be badly injured. Take the line down and
; early vegetables.
;F "r, (tr 1; .; r Pine-apple slips may be rooted. wind it on a reel as soon as the clothes are TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
dried and in. A clothes-line thus
1 f' f : Layering. of shrubs,fruit trees,grape vines, gathered -DEALER INCHANDLER- i
F be with. Plants cared for will last white and clean for years. Also FINE
.'I 1. roses etc., may proceeded STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS
: 't 11', from cuttings can be multiplied with facility Mirrors should never be hung where the '
, .' i.. ;' 1,: this month, selecting well-ripened wood sun shines directly upon them, or they will : I Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines.

t f I of recent growth for the purpose, soon become rough. misty or granulated Farmers will receive valuable Information
and back catalogues, Ae
t i no longer give a correct likeness. *
by writing to the
x : f The unin of tin-foil and makers,
i FRUITS AS FOOD AND MEDICINE. amalgam, or mercury -
:; which is always spread on the glass to Groceries, Hardware,' COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.
Now that the fruit is hand it
: season on make a mirror, will be speedily ruined by --
'j will doubtless be interesting and highly
direct and continued to the
r ; \\ useful to our readers to learn something of exposure DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
M a the nutritiveness wholesomeness A tablespoonful of black pepper stirred in CURB
medicinal action and of the first water in which gray or buff linensare INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS
: proper use Second Street, IIMMiNSer. ;
U k the fruits and vegetables with which God washed, will prevent the colors from DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH,
t has so abundantly blessed our earth. But running, or having the article clouded and COSTIVENESS ENLARGED SPLEEN. COLIC &C.

w;;. ;1 t' while they are blessings, they, like many faded. Black pepper will also prevent the vie FERNANDINA, :FLA.; :.J.B.GraTes Editor and Proprietor "Baptist J. R.Johnson. M, D.. of Abbeville. Mlas.. Ang
:.. other blessings, have been converted into color from "running" in black or dark-col- I Memphis,Tenn. Bays: 1 received a package of roar 11.1882, says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical
ored hosiery, calicoes or cambrics and also FERNANDINA J Liver Medicine and have used about half of it. It] College and have practiced thirty-five years. I use
curses through the ignorance and perversity I works like a charm.I want no better Liver Regulator roar medicine In my practice. It Is not only a good
". r 1 of mankind. Yet the fruit kingdom affords from staining the skin. The pepper will I and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture. Liver Medicine.. ,but it la a sovereign remedy lor dux.BeT. .
not injure the soap-suds in which they are .E.A.Hnffins,Franklin.KT. :', .. .I 01V-VJ-SJBeasley,of Snmroerton.!
almost endless of delicious and
t. "i an variety I Aug."Sisays It is the best medlI 8 a,Jan.'82. I Zeilin -
: says: have used
". wholesome food, and, in many cases the to be washed. : I cine I have ever token in my life. It b, II VI E -,a' 's preparation great deal.bat find!
,,; ,. best of medicines, when properly used. Lemons are a very cheap luxury for those [{ STEAM ] [{ SAW ]} [MILL.. ] I|another is curing package.me Dyspepsia Must have Send it.me ,. : I I your in its effect medicine on the altogether system.The superior best.

',; : i Dr. Paris truly says: Were we to form living near cities, or have easy access to i t- y* *v ,# *v. ,lit Rev. J. L. Brittain, of Blountsville,' Dr. S. Mansfield, Wholesale Druggist.Memphis.
;:;\'. an opinion of their value from their abuse, rapid transportation, and can be kept fresh .. Ala..March 1882 says: I suffered with Tenn.,Bays.nave" sold it au -";s; my predecessor
4 should be rather to for months by putting them into a clean torpid liver and costiveness,and your{I sold it many years before me.That this medicine in a
certainly disposed
.l'r# we C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, : >medicine cured me.M.wife has used it I good one no one can deny:and that it Is the true and
i i ; class them under the head of poisons than tight jar or cask and covering them with with admirable effect for.sick-headache |eennine.Simmons Liver Medicine'none dare gainsayMEDICI i(
s't', cold water. in cool out of the
of ailments. Keep a place, Original al Only Genuine. .1310.1 .
'ro; Now let us inquire why this is so. Is it reach of sunlight, and change the water HAS constantly on hand- 1 Put up in SSc.and SI.packages ,
'' I because most fruits are unwholesome in often, not less than every third day ; every and bottles by III "
: : themselves? or is it because they are improperly second day is better. Lemons are excellentfor jpiJLumber by Cargoes. !.f.SIMMONS&, CO.. T.LOu .Me
:: used? Evidently the latter is the winter use or if one is bilious or inclinedto Ij I
A beneficent Providence rheumatism,
true reason. never
Office Second Street. v:1
i intended to afflict, but to bless the humanfamily Brooms dipped for a few moments every on c
< ." ; i by giving them a bountiful supply week in a kettle of boiling suds, after it is DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN
of fruit pleasant to the eye and sweet to the no longer needed about the clothes will
; taste. What, then is the trouble? How last much longer. It makes them tough 3DM
comes it that such blessings are perverted and more pliable. A carpet will not be halfas Ha BLOOD SYRUP
y : till they may be compared with the much worn by sweeping if a broom is .

,,' Fruit of that forbidden tree, soaked in hot suds every week. And never P .
1 i Whose mortal taste brought let the broom stand on the floor; either '
.1 Death into our world, turn the broom up when through sweeping, a 0 N Cures all diseases!' or the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,

i And all our woe?" leaning the broom corn up, or hang it up Kidneys, Skin and Blood. :MILLIONS testify to its
y4i The great error in the use of fruits con- immediately. If left resting on the broom p.-
'. sists in crowding the stomach with them corn on the floor it is soon bent out shape I o I eflicacy in healing the above named diseases, and

} I when it is already full in eating them at and becomes inconvenient to use. Man.
; pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to
r ''. all times between meals when there is no I A. B. NOTES,
natural demand for them. When taken .
; I l lt How SHE SAVED HER DARLING.I shall tV
6 4 along with the food as food, in moderation not feel so nervous again about baby's teeth- cs i ,-, GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .
4 or as a dessert, when the stomach 'is not ing," writes a grateful mother. We almost -DEALER IN- 1 =

over full, they are highly conducive to lost our darling from cholera infantum, but QO. J 1ar[ );.
" health j and, as the writer quoted above happily heard of Parker's Ginger Tonic in .. Supplies S '"AGENTS 'XTrTED
:. s very truly says, they appear to be provi- time. -A few spoonfuls soon cured baby,. Family : .

,) k dentially that sent cooling at a season and antiseptic when the body ailment requires and health.an"-occasional Brooklyn Mother.dose keeps us in good HEAVY GROCERIES ?* 23 C Laboratory 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.

t which they are so well calculated to afford." p.Cpo. .-
: Tbe correct rule for the use of fruits is tot THE SAFEST WAY.-The safest and surest t CEDARTOWN GA., June 20th, 1881.
use them moderately between meals, and at way to restore the youthful color of the hairis E Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
ti .'. meals, as a part of the meal, or as a dessert, furnished by Parker's Hair Balsam, whichis .( Hay and Grain, | 00 Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.

l ''; E when the stomach is not overloaded with deservedly popular from its superior clean- O F. 46 RUDIE CANTLER.IDOW'S .
r i :, other food. Though desserts are, as a gen- liness.A .
eral thing objectionable, because taken H -. SHIP STORES- !toO :
' t .. when the stomach is already full, fruits are true iron medicine, beneficial to the SIBLEY 00,
: much more wholesome, when taken in this young as well as the old who suffer from z. ,F = HIRAM

4 ,'. ." way, than the pastries, cakes, etc., generally dyspepsia, etc., is BRown's Iron Bitters W Furniture, F + JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS
used as desserts. TURNIP
i i Let us now briefly pass in review the different GO : ,
I kinds of fruits
+ them
considering in
but contains all the medicinal :
w I relation to nutritiveness AGENT, properties
digestibility, etc. &
g of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
; Of all the fruits with which we are blessed WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Paints, I '
: : the is the most delicious and di is very pleasant to take, and I :! =
peach estif AND STOCK DEALER,
Crockery t. 1
f 1 ble. There is nothing more palatable, wholesome BUTCHER ANDDealer O CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, I ,, SEED !
: and medicinal than good, ripe peaches. in Ice N
', ; .. They should be ripe, but not over-ripe and Hardware, N COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC, I
...T make a part of either meal, or be eaten between STREET WHARF, .willow-h'are. : !N JULY.
; meals; but it is better to make them 19-tf FERNANDINA FLA. -II PAINS in the Stomach: and Bowels, Send for ['CATALOGUE PRICE LIST.

.-.. a part of the regular meals. It is a mistaken ccg, III HIRAM S1BLEY& CO.
.' idea that no fruits should be eaten at break- w and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-
fast, or Wore breakfast. It would be far RE IOVAL.MR. 1 .,Y i... -. ing the Stomach. and Bowels into a healthy ROCHESTER N.Y. CHICAGO ILL.
I better if our people would eat less bacon and L. C. A. LANGE, UPHOLSTERER, 'a .;'v.:.f, !i action. Sold by j 179-183 MAIN STREET. 200-206 Randolph Si.
grease at breakfast, and more fruit. In the etc., begs to inform his customers that S PALMER BRO'S .
morning there is an acrid state of the secre- he has removed his place of business from Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. To Rent.

tions, and nothing is so well calculated to Centre Street to FIFTH STREET, next doorto The property known as Sanborn's Stores.
correct this as cooling sub-acid fruits suchas the residence of Mr. Patrick Kelly. O I Irl W .p 9*Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA Apply for particulars to

apples, peaches, etc. Still most of us Thanking the public for past patronage, S &S: OW IS t tIi L OW 3t ? GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made A. B. -OYES.
; ..".' have been taught thateating fruit before i he solicits a continuance of the same. 27. without peppei. 22 Fernandina July 15-tf.


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GOOD ADVICE.-You will prevent and cure Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New .1" Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE
the greater part of the ills that afflict man- St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Troy. he NEW SHORT LINE via the FloridaCentral
kind in this or any section, if you keep your Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes A. S.Ackley. New Troy. Dressing.Satisfies the mott fuUliotu u a perfert Ilair Rtttarrr s a4 [ and Western Railroad.
stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect working Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Xerer Fails to Kc toro Grey or Faded Hair Through tickets via this line at the Com-

order. There is no medicine known Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. toUMyoulUIulcolor. wtu.awl$1tin.atasdruggi.U. [oany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No 7
that does this as surely as Parker's Ginger Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. A. Moseley Tallahassee. West Bay Street.
Sheriff ,
Tonic. It will keep your blood rich and Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WILLIAM O. AMES, '

pure, and give you good health at little cost. CIRCUIT. Superintendent Schools-Henry N.Felkel, Got Gen'l Passenger Agent.Jacksonville. ,
See other column. Tallahassee. Fla.
Spring TennSumter -
Monday in March. Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. ,
WHY WELCOME. What makes Floreston General Manager,
Marion, 4th'Monday in March. CoUector of Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce, Tallahassee -
welcome lady's toilet Jacksonville Fla.
Cologne on every Putnam 3d after 4th in ,1.714t ,
Tuesday Monday
table is its lasting fragrance and rich, March.\ Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. the r. s. MCELROY,

flowery odor. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in a Master Transportation Tallahassee ,Fla.
March. LEVY ;
blacken the teeth,
constipate All iron the preparations bowels, and give headache Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; CARD

that is Brown's Iron March. Clerk-J. M.\ Barco, Bronson. TIME ,
with one exception,
FaU Term-
Sheriff J. S. Parker, l
Bitters. Sumter 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. Best FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR

-Office Notice. Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Ret/enue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar 1'r RAILROADAND
Putnam 3d in November.
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 p. M. Key. it Y? .
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall Bronson. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TilE MAILS. November. Et144llR4tiffl1
MADISON COUNTY. In Effect July 2d, 188S.
Northern Mail (Daily except SundayArrives. )- SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Ginger, liurhu, Mandrake, btillingia and ,

._............... 5:50: P. M. and 6:05: P. M. Spring Term County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- many into of the rnct'icineof Lest! medicines such known varied are and here effective combined GOING SOUTH.

Closes.................. 7:30 A. M. and 9:30: A. M. Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS.. M. Hankins Madison.\ as to make the Greatest Wood Purifier&theBest : : Leave Fernandina....................11.00 a.m.
Volusia 3d Monday in February. powers Used.It Leave Hart's Road.....................-11.40a.m.
Peninsular Railroad Clerk-John M. Madison Health and Strength Restorer Ever .
Transit & Brevard, Monday in March. Beggs, Leave Callahan.......................... 12.40p.m.
t Arrives.................. ..................... 5:50 P. M. Dade, 3d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-E.. S. Tyner, all diseases cures Dyspepsia of the Stomach, Rheumatism, ISowek,Sleeplessness Lungs,Liver, Leave Dutton....................... ..... 1.07 p.m. '
/ Closes......................................... 7:30 A. M. Fall Term- Madison. Smith Kidneys and all Female Complaints.If Leave Brandy Branch .........-,..... 1.22 p.m. s
Treasurer-S. S. Madison.
Jacksonville, South and West Florida Orange, 2d Monday in August. County you are wasting Tonc. with Consumption or Arrive Baldwin.....................:..... 1.45 p.m. i
Revenue-M. H. Mad-
.. 9:00 and 6:05 p. M. Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Warring, any disease, use the to-day. It will; surely Leave Baldwin............................ 2.10p.m.
.. :
Arrives.. ...... A. M. Remember! it is far Bitters
Brevard. 4th in ison.Assessor help you. superior to Leave Maxville.......................... .a..35
Closes................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:30 p. M. Monday September.Dade of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad- Essences of Gin er and other Tonics,as it builds p.m.
l Arrives Sunday..... 10:25 A. M. 2<1 Monday in November. ison. up the system without intuxicating. 500. :and$1 Leave Highland........................ 2.56 p.m. ,
Closes Sunday....... 4:00: P. M. sizes,at all dealers in dm?s. None genuine withoutsignttnreoflh Leave Lawtey .....................-...... 3.12p.m. 1 x
Officers.ALACHUA MANATEE COUNTY. cox &Co.,NY. Send circular Leave Temple's.......................... 3.28 p.m. ..
St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mail- County County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. LARGE SAVING IX BUYING THE DOLLAR SiZZ. Arrive Starke.............................. ............. ,

Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Leave Starke .............................. 3.36 p.m. r
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson Pine Level. Leave Thurston ........................? 3.48p.m. ''

St. Mary's and Dun geness- ville.ClerkJ. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown PATENTS obtained for new inventions Arrive Waldo............................. 4.10 p.m.

Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Retenue-\1arion\ G. Carlton, or for improvements in old Leave Waldo............................... 4.20 p.m.
.' Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: P. M. Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash.Superintendent. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand \ Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m.
14 Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. M. Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, of Schools-Felix J. Seward, all patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Arredondo ........................ 5.24 p.m. l
Hawthorne. Pine Level. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Batton............................. 5.36p.m. f'
Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,at 2:30 Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m.
Fridays: and Saturdays : p. M. ville. JudgeSamueIF.1arshall Ocala. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- Leave Bronson ........................... 6.21 p.m.
Money Orders and Registered Letters from Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, County Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- Leave Otter Creek....................... 6.51 p.m.
9:00: A. M. to 1:00 p. M.: and from 2:00 P. M. Gainesville. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- Leave Rosewood.......................... 7.30p.m. K
to 4:00: P. M. BAKER COUNTY. Sheriff-A. ents in less time than those who are remote Arrive Cedar Key........................ 80.2 p.m.
SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M. Assesstor of 7 axes-Thomas Barco, Cotton from Washington.When ,1.
County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant. Inventors send model or sketch, GOING NORTH.

GENERAL"DIRECTORY.. Clerk-F.! J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy, we make search in the Patent Office and Leave Cedar Key........................ 7.00 a.m. ,

Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. advise as to its patentability free of charge Leave Rosewood.......................... 7.38 a.m. .
United States Officers.LAND Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin, Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.13 a.m. l >'

OFFICE GAINESVILLE. derson. Fort McCoy. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT- Leave Bronson................. ........... 8.55a.m.
A. Barnes, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-"Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY. ENT IS OBTAINED.We Leave Archer.............................. 9.25 a.m. u

RegtSter-L.Receiver John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. refer by permission to the City Post- Leave Batton .............................. 9.42 a.m. 1
-General-Malachi Martin, Talla- Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. master, and to the Superintendent of the Leave Arredondo ........................ 9.57 a.m.
hassee.Surveyor- Olustee. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt; Key West. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Leave Gainesville......................10.24 a.m.
DISTRICT COURT. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter Maloney, Jr., ington. For special references circular,service Arrive Waldo.............................11.13 a.m. ,

Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. terms, etc., address Leave Waldo........................... ...11.25a.m. "
. MarsJtal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue Walter C. Maloney, C. A. SNOW & CO., Leave Thurston...........................11.54 p.m. I '

Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key 'Vest.Superintendent. Opp.Patent Office Washington D.O. 2tf Arrive Starke.............................. ............. f
INTERNAL REVENUE. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key Leave Starke...............................12.15 p.m. ? '
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Butler. West. HORACE DREW Leave Temple...........................12._1 p.m. Or* *

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Lawtey..........................12.48 p.m. .
JohnV.. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. J. Baker Fernan- Bookseller, Stationer, Leave Highland .........................1.10 p.m.
Edwin Higgins, Jacksohvi. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.County Judge-Hinton Printer and Binder. Leave Maxville........................... 1.35 p.m. ; .

John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina. Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.05 p.m. j .
I Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key. BREVARD COUNTY. John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.30p.m.Leave : .:
\ Sheriff Brandy Branch.................. 2.55 p.m. s
County Judge-James McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland Fer- A SPECIALITY.
State Officers. Point. nandina. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.15p.m.
Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. Leave Callahan........................... 4.05 p.m.
Collector of Revenue-"Warren F. Scott Fer- Liberal discounts to Teachers and
Assessor Taxes Wallace R. Moses Georgian : y3S Leave Hart's Road................... 4.50 p.m.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. nandina. Trade. and free
Special prices Catalogue on Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.25p.m. ,
Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. na. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- application. F k
Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- botham Callahan. I 59 W. BAY STREET, Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR t -
lando, Orange county.Superintendent 1' ti
I of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee of Schools-A. Grady, La DIVISION. i
Grange. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.
Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. GOING SOUTH. 1
W. D. Barnes Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY.County RAILROADS. "P
Comptroller- t''
Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid. Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m.
Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- Park. Assessor of Taxes-James> M.' Owens, Fort Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m.
hassee. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove Reid, Fla.CoUector. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57p.m. .
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Springs. of Revenue Richard H. Marks, Leave Lochloosa......................... 5.15 p.m.
Tallahassee. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford.. Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.42 p.m. '
Superintendent of Public Instruction. K. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Seeks, JACKSONVILLE May 13th 1883. Leave Anthony Place.................. 6.07p.m.Leave r

Foster! Tallahass.ee. Assessor of Taxes-Win. Conway, Kingslry. Fort Reid. /COMMENCING this date, Trains, this Silver Spring..................... 6.35 p.m. .
Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Collector of Retenue'Vm. S. Plummer PUTNAM COUNTY. on Leave Ocala................................. 7.00p.m.
road and its connection will follows -
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Maxville. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. \J run as Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m. .'

(Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, erk-'Y. F. Forward, Palatka. : WESTWARD. Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m. k
Sheriff-Thomas Shall ?.
Middleburg. ) No. 3. No.1. GOING NORTH.

Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-S. E. Timmons. Mail. Leave Wildwood.......... .........;.... 7.00a.m. t '
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue Public Schools Price. J. W. Leave Jacksonville....... 6.00 p m 9.30 a m Leave Lake Weir Station7.25 a.m. ,

Building; Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Strickland.Superintendent of Arrive Baldwin ............ 7.15 p m 10.13 a m Leave Ocala................................. 8.30 a.m. '

SUPREME COURT. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Lake City..11.45 pm 1.00pm Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m. ; l'.
CJiief Justice E. M. Randall,Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers:Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Live Oak............ 1.25 am 2.18pm Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.15a.m. ; -'r.
Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Count/Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Madison ............ 3.35am 4.03pm Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43 a.m. "

:ee. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer Sheriff-Thomas Osteen, Perry. Drifton............... 5.25am 5.30pm Leave Lochloosa................... ...10.10 a.m. _'
Associate Justice-It. B. Van Valkenburgh, Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. :Monticello ......... 5.55am 5.50pm Leave Hawthorne........................10.29 a.m. + ; ;f

Jacksonville. DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Sc/tOols-T. J. Franklin. Tallahassee....... 7.00am 7.00pm Leave Dixie.............................10.47 a.m. i.
Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. William Perry. Leave Tallahassee......... 7.25pm Arrive Waldo Junction...... .........11.10 a.m. s
CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge McLean, Jack- County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Arrive Quincy .............. 8.40pm Trains ,'
sonville. daily, except Sunday.
First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Clerk-Thomas County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Chatta. River...... 9.40 p m _. =p
Jacksonville. -- !
sacola.[ Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Leave River Junction... 9.40 p m .lti f

Second Ci.cuit-David Walker, Tallahas- Sheriff-Uriah Assessor Taxes-A.Bowden J., Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. Arrive Marianna.......... 11.23 p m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. .p ,

: ville. of Prevatt Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY. Pensacola........... 6.35am GOING SOUTH. '

see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Collector Revenue Moses\ County Judge M. R. St. Montgomery..... 8.50pm Leave Fernandina...... 2.00p.m. 7.15 p.m. '
Fourth Circuit-James. Baker, Jackson- Jacksonville.of J. Brown, tine. Cooper, Augus- Mobile.............. 4.25pm Leave Hart's Road..... 2.35p.m. 7.48 p.m. 4'' >j'

Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. New Orleans...... 10.15pm Arrive Jacksonville.... 3.37 p.m. 8.45p.m.GOING ; ;
ville.Fifth Superintendent of Sclwols-Albert J. Rus- Augustine. Houston............ 6.50am
Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- t}
sell Jacksonville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine NORTH. ;

ville.Sixth Circuit H. Mitchell HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St. EASTWARD.No.. No. 2. Leave Jacksonville... 7.30a.m. 4.15p.m.Leave .
Augustine. Hart's Road...... 8.30 5.20 '!
Accom. Mail. a.m. p.m. 1
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart; Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias
Arrive Fernandina..... 9.05a.m.
Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper. ArriveJacksonville....... 6.40am 4.30pm t
Court Calendar. Sheriff=James M.\ Duncan, Jasper. St.Superintendent Augustine. Schools-C. F. Baldwin............ 5.15am 3.48pm Trains double daily except Sunday. :

Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. St. of Perpall, Lake City........... 1.20 a m 12.47 p m SUNDAY TRAINS.
Augustine. n.
Fall Term- FIRST CIRCUIT. Collector of Rtt'emte-'V. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY. Live Oak...........11 040 p m 11.34 a m Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.00a.m. ;ti ,

Santa Rosa 2d \ October. Columbia County.Superintendent Madison ............ 9.30 pm 10.08 a m Arrive Fernandina-....................10.25 a.m. ; .,
Monday in of Schools Joshua H. Rob- County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg Drifton............... 7.20pm 8.23am
Walton 4th \ in October. Leave Fernandina........................5.00 p.m.
Holmes, Monday erts, Ancrum. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Monticello ......... 7.45pm 8.50am Arrive Jacksonville...................... 6.25 p.m. '
2d after 4th
Wednesday Monday Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. Tallahassee......... 5.30pm 6.45am i ;
in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster. Leave Tallahassee ........ 7.00am

Washington Monday after4th Monday County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Collector of Revenue-J. R. G. Hamilton, Arrive Quincy.............. 5.30 a m CONNECTIONS.AT .
in October. ville. Sumterville. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.30 a m t

Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools;;A.. C. Clarke, Arrive River Junction.. 4.30 a mlarianna. FERNANDINA, FLA., k : ("a

October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler' Brooksville. Sumterville. :\ .......... 2.28 a m With New York and Fernandina Steam- ,
Escanibia,1st Monday in December.This Assessor of laxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Pensacola........... 7.30pm Line from New York at 8 : ,ya.m.
ship on Tuesday, r
act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live Leave Montgomery...... 8.30 am 11.35 6.15 and for New
a.m., or p.m.:
10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Revenue-F.. Townsend, Oak. Leave Mobile............... 2.00pm York at 10.40 500. t
on Thursday, a.m., p.m.or ,
Spring Term. I Brooksville. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m 5.50
THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of ScJiools-D. H. Thrasher, Sheriff-John R. Sessions Live Oak. Leave Houston........... 6.15pm With p.m.Sea Island Route from and to Savan- ,

tyring Term- Fort Dade. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wei- Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT I
1st after 1st \ in
Taylor, Tuesday Monday HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. born. except Sunday. t"

April. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Ret'enue-Robert F. Allison, SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville .Pensacola. CALLAHAN -
Madison, 2d Monday in April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak. SLEEPING CARS Tallahassee to Pensacola. To and from Savannah and Charleston at ;

Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones CONNECTIONS.At 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.

in Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Live Oak. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
Anril. Collector of Rel'enue'V. F. Buns VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.JudgeJames No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for M;a
Tampa. To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 7
Columbia 3d after 4th p.m. '
in Monday Monday Superintendent of Sewols'V.P. Henderson H. Chandler, Enter- all points North and East; with the Fernan-
April.Lafayette. Tampa. prise.ClerkJohn. dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE ,

in 6th Tuesday after. 4th Monday. JEFFERSON. W. Dickins, Enterprise. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka at 10.45a.m.and 2.40 ,

Pall April.Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. the St. Johns River. p.m. fAT
At Baldwin No. 1 with Florida Tran-
Assessor Taxes-John Anderson Enter- by WILDWOOD.
T. B. Simkins Monticello. of ,
1st after 1st Monday in Sheriff ,
TafYlor, Tuesday sit fe Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville, A
Clerk--\V. C.Bird, Monticello. prise. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand -
Madison 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De- Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Gulf Tampa daily except Sunday. .
Land. I With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida
County Trea.turer'V. M. Girardeau Mon- Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw, daily except Sunday.AT
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday & Western Railroad.At .
m October. ticello. Enterprise. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch CEDAR KEY, FLA.,

Columbia,3d1onday after4th :Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon WAKULLA COUNTY. Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers .

October. ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. urdays.At for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp.
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 1
m October. keenah. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. cola & Atlantic Railroad Marianna.. Pen- Friday. ; rt

FOURTH CIRCUIT LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval, sacola l1obileontgomery, New Orleans, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key ; y, .
Sprang Terntt. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville. and all points in the West, Southwest and West and Havana, every Saturday 4 p. m.; ,
John's, 2d Tuesday i 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. '
*'la)', 4th Tuesday in"March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville. QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates J, t r.

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New Collector) Ret'enue-'V.. .,H. '''''alkerCraw-, points; and with the Central and People'sLine etc., apply to ,:., '
Baker! 2d Tuesday in April. Troy. ford ville. Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A. 0. MAcDONELL,
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. --,; County Trt'lUtlrer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw- Apalachicola and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor Gen'l! Ticket: and Pass.Agent. I

Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. "; Troy. ford'ille. Columbus and Eufaula. D. E. MAXWELL Gen'l Supt. 12 s,..,

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t 44: THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Fourth. The Weather. Piano for Sale.A J. H. PRESCOTT -

The Fourth passed off exceedingly quietin Through Mr. C.W.Maxwell we have been new, fine toned piano for sale at a bar- ,

+ 9 this city. Most of the stores and the customhouse furnished the ;monthly record of observa- gain. Can be seen at DR. JONES'. DEALER
I M't r were closed during the day, and tions taken at Fernandina Station duringthe
7 ::5' Figs for Preserving. :\
Reflections. Sunday hours were observed at the post- month of June. 1883: AND YOUTH'S, LADIES'MISSES' .
( Orders left at Mr. Stark's store will be

t office. The day was a very beautiful one, D a te. Max. Min' Rainfall filled as long as the limited supply lasts, by AND CHILDREN'S.,

i jq Major T. J. Burrin, of Lawtey, was in the and all of the town people who could ob- Ther. Thor W. F. SCOTT.

q t n1' I 1't I :a., city this week. tain a team picnicked Amelia beach. The Fernandina, July 1,1883.Nassau FINE SHOES
June 1 ...:.....:...... 82 58 ............
.ti )Ir. Gambrill and bride returned from Baltimore colored people had an 'excursion and picnicat cc 2 ................ 81 69 ............ Fibre, ,

t last week.Wednesday Buena Vista Park. In comparison with u 3 ...;............ 79 68 ............ AXDGentlemen's
For beds and
? former years, the streets looked deserted.In tt 4 ................ 80 71 ............ pillows mattresses, superiorto
{ being a National holiday, the Co 5 .................2 72 ............ anything else in use. For sale by Furnishing Goods,
the afternoon an interesting of June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.Valuable .
{ y City Council did not meet. game tt 6 ................ 83 74 ............
::1 ; Mr. Dotterer is enclosing his lot on, the base-ball between the Atlantics and Pacifies, .h 7 ................ 84 73 .a... FERNANDINA, FLA.CuriosityiVariety .
two junior clubs, was played on.the groundsof t 8 ................ 86 72 .34 Orange Lands for Sale.
; corner of Centre and Fifth streets. the Fernandina Base-Ball Club, in which 9 ................. S 84 72 .53 Tracts containing twenty acres each of

t : The State of Texas brought an extraordinary the latter club victorious. The follow- h 10................ 85 73 .91 choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, Imo, I zV C'S
York. was 11........:....... 89 73 .06 suitable for orange growing and truck farm-
; ''i bl heavy freight from New ing is the score: h 12................ 87 74 .42 ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare

; S. W. Murray, a large car-builder of Pennsylvania PACIFICS. &I 13................. 88 73 ............ very conveniently situated for transportation StoreOffers

6 was in the city this week.G. Runs. u 14................... 87 72 .16 by water orrail, and will be sold on

F j Percy Jones..........................................." 0 15................ 84 74 ............. terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-
{ A. M. Wells, lumber merchant of Phil- H. Hobein, 1. f....................................... 0 16............... 81 73 .95 tionable. Also valuable timber lands in a large and carefully selected

adelphia, is in the city,stopping at the Mansion C. DicCarl,1st b...................................... 0 tt 17................ .84 72 ............ large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS

House. H. Muller, c. f........................................ 0 18................. .86 72 ............ February 16,1882. Fernandina, Fla. STOCK OF HOSIERY
t R. E. Heidt, 2d b..................................... 3 "' 19................ 91 74 .49
; M :; Mr. Huot has leased the Chester mill, on Geo. Suhrer, 3d b...................... ............. 3 20................. 92 74 ............ For Rent. For Gentlemen Ladies and Children.I3AN'I .

S :t I Bells river, for the present. Operations commenced Geo. LeFils, s. s.............................. ........ 2 21................. 94 72 ............ A very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof ,

i S'' a' Fred Waas, p..........,................:.............. 2 u 22..r.... 93 74 ............ JOHN HEDGES, : : : :
yesterday. L. Waas, c....................:........................ 3 23................ .88 69 .84 January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla. KERCIIIEFS: ,
'. Il',s. Misses Clara Prescott and Amelia Starke &I 24................ 86 73 ............ Silk Linen and Cotton.
P for 13 tt 25................ 86 72 .07 Livery Stable at a Bargain. ,
home from Baltimore
returned Tuesday
ATLANTICS. h 26.......;........ 88 72 .19 I offer at a bargain my entire establish-
their summer vacation. tt 27........... .... ............ ment in this consisting of Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
89 75 city, Carriages,
:Marcv Williams, c............................,...... 3 tt
> The colored will have an excursion 28................. 89 76 ............ Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage Laces, Towels, Napkins
j: people Frank Maxwell, s. s................................ 0 tt ,
4 29................ 88 74 ............ Horses Harness etc.
to Darien Tuesday next, on the steamer Irving Schuyler, 2d b............................... 2 t' Dress Lining Buttons
3O..... ... ........ Terms of CASH. ,
... .. .
:: .. 89 73 purchase,
?I rK r Brunswick. R. Hernandez, c. f........,........................:. 0
.4 Louise, of Williams, p....................................... 2 Jleam..1 G. F. AVERY. and Notions Generally.A .
; : Governor Bloxham has appointed Jefferson W. Roux, 1. f.......................................... 0 867-30 72110............ Street Office Wharf.and Stable-First Street,near Broom 46

s Higginbotham and William Johnson as E. Jordan, r. f..1 The total rainfall for June 4.96.
J. Kelly, 1st b......................................... 0 was new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES
a,, ', ;' County Commissioners for Nassau county. Chas. Angel, 3tI b.................................... 2 To Rent. just received and marked low.
t, ; S Since the raising of the quarantine the INNINGS. Range of Thermometer The property known as Sanborn's Store"

s'5" :Mansion House and the Strathmore on Pacifies...... 03403010 2-13 FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JULY 6.nORSEY'S Apply for particulars to
A. B. No YES. Our Stock or COR SET S is Very Superior.
Amelia beach, have been doing a good bus- Atlantics... 0 1 4 2 1 0 0 0 2-10 DRUG STORE. Fernandina July 15-tf.

i'' iness. Louis Waas, captain of Pacific
,- ...-
Eddie Williams, captin of Atlantics. I.I: :M: :MI -: ::: 't::::: p& In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK-
k S i:4: The County Commissioners met on Wed C. M. Stark, captain of the picked nine"of e-1 ci. ci. :; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a
;.5 nesday. No business of public interest was the Fernandina club, acted as umpire. I It-- jICQ co 'rSaturday..June30 fine variety.

"i transacted, only a small number of bills 178 88 88 86 I 'V
N being passed. Prediction Verified. Sunday .....July 1 80 89 87 NE. CURIOSITIESA

"i. J I Mr. F. B. Papy, in his address to the edi- Monday........... 2 79 85 86 861 E. SPECIALTY.
r'1 J. J. Daniel, Jr., the promising eldest son .... ... 3 80 SV.'Vednesday. .
torial excursion party, on board the steam- Tuesday. .;, .. 85 85 82
; I'x' of J. J. Daniel, Esq., of the law firm of ........ 4 79 85 84 82 SE
t4 Fleming & Daniel, Jacksonville, died Monday ship State of Texas, some six weeks since, Thursday..:...... 5 83 88 87 85 E. Orders from the Country Solicited.KING7S7 ." ,

I stated, that one of the reasons why truckfarmers Friday .. .....,t '..: 6 80 :88'J 88 86 E.
afternoon last. :
l of the State should favor as much as SUFFERno

;1. ', !4 Sweeney, on Amelia beach,has been making possible a home port was, that as the greater r. MARINE.Port .
tf Cor.
17 Centre and Fourth Sts.
: :, f. : 1 preparations to accommodate summer bulk of their crops was being shipped via
t t boaders. His cottage contains now twelve of Fernandina.
I: : i Savannah now, in making up the statistics

;;01':' '. t. i.1,.1f" ; comfortable rooms. of the productions of the different States, HIGH WATER. longer from Dyspepsia SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
\ number of arrivals at the Man- would raised Saturday, July 7..10:00 A.u. 10:20: P. M.
: The total Georgia get the credit of having Indigestion want of --
8.1043 :
I I K Sunday, : 10:57:
S 1-" i t sion House this week was seventy-five, this vast 'quantity of truck, while Florida Monday, 9..11:2'2": 11:38: Appetite,loss of Strengthlack THE STEAMERST.

:: t' .1 which shows a gratifying increase of travel would make a comparatively small show- Tuesday, 10...... 0:00": 0:05": of Energy Malaria

k b / ; 1 since the raising of the quarantine. ing. This assertion we see verified. The Wednesday, 11...... 0:25": 0:52": ,
1, 4 tM .. Thursday, 12...... 1:14": 1:44: H Intermittent Fevers, &c.BROWN'S .
: The first between the Herald BaseBall Savannah Morning News of Monday, the 2d &) h
K game Friday, 13..... ..:07" 2:36: IRON BIT-
i' r ; Club, of Jacksonville, and the Fernan- inst., publishes a tabulated statement of the TERS never fails to cure

': r f. i' dina Club will be played here Monday af- truck-farm produce shipped over the Savannah ENTERED. all these diseases.

.9 I .,.':J:i i. ternoon. Play will be called at 3:30.: Florida & Western Railroad North July. 1-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa-
t tt via the Ocean Steamship Company, to vannah, with freight and pas-
t t ,;. ,. 11 The State of Texas, which sailed yesterdaymorning up sengers, to C. A. Haley, agen t. NICIIOLAS

::. +l for New York, carried fifty-one June 1st. From the statement it appears 3-Bark Caro, Armstrong, New York: Boston,November 26,1881. leave Fernandina for Savannah
i that there were shipped a total of 155,904 ballast, to master. BROWN CHEMICAL Co. WILL.
t Among the number were Dr. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday -
r passengers. Gentlemen For years I have
t 3-S. P. St. Nicholas Sa-
crates and 26,245 barrels to New York and41,9"J5 Fitzgerald,
been a sufferer from Dyspepsia, mornings. arriving at the latter place-
,' : i : r Silas L. Loomis and Miss Emma Loomis, of vannah with freight and great
: crates and 9,050 barrels to Philadel- ; pas- and could get no relief(having tried the same evenings.Returningwill .
'I 1 this city. sengers to C. A. Haley. everything which was recommended : leave Savannah for Fer-
phia. The Savannah News says : 4-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542 ) until.acting on the advice of a
i( \ +; : : ,! The building formerly occupied by J. S. The figures show a slight falling off from tOilS New York ; freight and friend,who had been benefitted bBRON'S nandina at 8 on Monday. Wednsday and Friday -
IRON BITTERS I tried a. m.
: ; :. ; :: Clark, on Centre street, is being thoroughly last year's shipments of thelocal produce,but I passengers, to R.W. Southwick, bottle,with most surprising, results.a

f:. H ) : repaired. It is understood that Mr. Woods a remarkable gain of more than three-fold in I agent. Previous to taking BROWN'S IRON Deck Pass. without Meals, $3.00
';,.,.! there the through freights affording additional I 5-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah BITTERS: ,everything I ate distressedme Cabin ".00
will his boot and shoe store as
: .:: move evidence of the great impetus given to truck with freight and pas- and I suffered greatly from a '* "
"' ': t f' soon as the repairs are completed. farming in the interior. Large as these fig- sengers, to C. A. Haley. which burning was sensation unbearable.in the Since stomach tak-, Excursion 7.00

l'' ... i 3 i t' Rev. Owen P, Thackara, rector of St. Pe'ter's ures are, however, they do not even approximate CLEAR ED. ing BROWN'S IRON BITTERS,all my Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia
.. r the amount of business in this line troubles are at an end. Can eat any Boston, and Baltimore.For .
Church, who, at the urgent solicitation June30-Sch. Mark Pendleton, Warren, time without
: transacted through this city; the Southern any disagreeable re- tickets and state-rooms, apply at theCompany's
c t': f: t of his parish, has taken a four-months' vatr Express Company as before stated, trans- B.Perth C. Duryee.Amboy ; lumber, by W. sults. I am Mrs.practically W J. FLYNN another office, foot of Centre Street.J. .

:. 1 i; s. cation, as previously announced, left Tuesday ported by far the largest proportion of the 30-Brig| Angelia, Evans, New York; person. 30 Maverick St., E. Boston. A. MERCIER, 1
northward bound of the truck- General Passenger Agent.J. .
\.w .: for Tennessee, to recuperate his health, produce lumber, by W. B. C. Duryee.
farms. N. HARRIMAN
r k July 2-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah Manager.
,.{ \ 9! Mr. W. H. Garland, the tax-assessor for From the statement it appears that the ; with freight and pas- BROWN'S IRON BIT-

.'Iq.. : : t', i this county, states that the returns received through freight more than doubled the local sengers, by.C. A. Haley. TERS acts like a charmon THE FAIRMOUNT COLLEGEFOR

: :: }i ,j ', ,: ;I from the country indicate a large reduction business, and the News gives this as the gratifying 3-Sch. Wm. Wiler, Donohue, Phila-
'; in the number of of cholera delphia; lumber, by Mizell & the digestive organs,
; hogs, by reason evidence of the great impetus givento YOUNGLADIES-
'", ,\ ..' ,t, which has been prevalent throughout truck-farming in the interior. In the interior 3-Sch, Chas. Moore, Adams, Phila- removing dyspeptic
"., : the county. of what? Georgia, to be sure ; when, delphia; lumber, by Camp Bros. symptoms, as THIS

.. .;I j' :'. The freight train leaving here at 4:15: in as a matter of fact, by far the greater por- 4-S. P. St. Nicholas with Fitzgerald and Savannah ing the food, Belching, MOUNT EAGLE, TENN.
freight pas- Heat in the Stomach
; ; 'J the morning has, a passenger coach attached. tion was raised on Florida soil, and shippedby sengers, by C. A. Haley. ,
f ; Heartburn etc. The on the plateau of the Cumberland Moun-
jo' I North this train the Savannah Florida & Western road 5-S. S. State of Texas Risk ,
.1.; : ; S : Passengers for the by taking 1,542 tains, a few miles from the University of the
: i I will connect at Callahan with the Waycross via Georgia's principal shipping port simply tons, New York ; freight and only Iron Preparationthat South. The location presents unequaled advantages -

: :' ; : (" road. The Northern mail also goes through on account of the inadequacy of the passengers,by R.W. Southwick, will not blacken the for health, being on the mountainand
.!i ...', .,,:''J I t., ; A,,; on this train transportation facilities at Florida's port, to 6-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah teeth or give headache. tagious free diseases.from all malaria or liability to con-
I -
,,' ; '!I I ::' The steamship State of Texas cleared yesterday take all this vast product of its truck farms, ; with freight and pas- All the branches usually pursued in

:.: '1. :::' l' : morning for New York with the fol: a fact of which the editor of the Savannah sengers, by C. A. Haley.IN : Sold by all Druggists. ; French Seminaries are taught, inclusive of

.I J L' News could not have been ignorant.We PORT. Modern Languages.
t : .
: :10,862melons, 1,449logs cedar
.t, ,;. :" lowing cargo Bark Caro, Armstrong.Bark Brown Chemical Co. Music is made a specialty under MADAME
S .. that shall
f\ ;l 238 cases cedar, 613 packages vegetables hope by next season we Ibis (Am.), Sawyer. DEBARRY a teacher of very high reputation -

l.: t "' ..: ; 259 barrels rosin, 113 barrels spirits, 120 have sufficient steamship facilities to con- Brig G. W. Hall (Br.), McConnell. Baltimore, Md. whose testimonials are from the first

-\ I ''\ :: empty kegs, 48 packages merchandise, 21 centrate the bulk of this business at our Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell.Sch. musical professors from abroad and in this
: : 1 ; Tom Williams, Wheaton.Sch. See that all Iron Bitters are made by country.
and thus be enabled to make sucha
w 1 ;' bales 12 bales cotton.The own port, Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore and
moss ,
:. .. .I.i,. Wm. H. Keeney, Lippincott. The charges of this school are moderate.For .
the of the have crossed red lines and trade-
showing as regards products
:1\ : I schedule of the steamer St. Nicholas mark on wrapper.BEWARE terms and circulars address
i State, as by right we are entitled to. SILAS B. :McBEE: Principal.
3' : has been changed. The steamer now leaves Masonic.
OF IMITATIONS. References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer-
.ri...> ; ,(;J! S" Savannah on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays Our Mortuary Record for June. Regular communications of Amelia Lodge nandina ; Dr. H. Robinson, Jacksonville;

,,.. G' 1 i a' at 8 a. m. Returning will leave Fer- From Undertaker Henderson we learn No. 47, F. & A.'M., for the year 1883 : Rev. A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24

: nandina Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays January 22. July 16.
: that during the month of June there occurred February 19. August 13.
: ''J after arrival of the Jacksonville train. only one death in this city and sub- March 19. September 10.

': lJ i a The St. Nicholas touches at Brunswick bothHl'"J urbs, a white infant, Walter Gelston, which April 16. October 15. PERSONS DESIRING TO FIND SU3I-
:May 21. November 12. in the up-country can secure
t 1' ways. died of marasmus on the ninth, aged four June 18. December 10. pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle, Tennessee -

l i I Among the arrivals of the Mansion House months. December 27. by addressing )IRS. H. B. KELLS, Mount

l ': we notice the following: Chas. A. Marvin, At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fiaternally Notice. Eagle, Tenn. The location is on the plateauof
;;; List of Letters invited to attend. AND AFTER MONDAY, JULY 16, the Cumberland Mountain,and very cool
l ':lrjJ( F'. Jacksonville; Hugh A. Corley, Lake Har ON ,the Fernandina Labor Society will and
; Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina J. E. WANDELL, W. M, refreshing.
\ ris, Fla.; G. A. )[. Wells, Philadelphia ; G. Nassau county, Florida, July 6 1883. C. H. BERG, Secretary. demand $1.75 per day, and 25 cents per hour Board $25 to $30 per month, in a pleasant
: ", W. Brown, New York; W. T. Russell, fornight: work, as compensation for labor amily. Daily communication\ with Sewa-
\ .; Persons calling for these letters must say performed by any member of the Society. nee, the location of the University of the
I United States S. W. Pennsylvania
Army Murray
s. ( ; advertised: Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its SAM COOK, South. 28

y. ...1 t ; N. F. Crawford, D. P. Warner, Arnold, W. F. Hogin, Eve regular convocations on the Thursday following {FRED. HUNT, President.

L ir1 R Florida; J. W. Bathick, Nashville; F. J. Brown, G. Hunter, SaphroniaCole each regular communication of Ame- Secretary. W. K. BAUKXIGIIT,
k and Sanderson lia Lodge at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Fernandina, Fla., July 6,1883.Administrator's .
Pons T. J.
h: y c family, ; Major Walter A. Monroe, Mary Transient fraternally invitedto AGENT,

J.;;> .: Burrin, Lawtey; John K. Nightingale,Georgia Clarke, J. C. McDonnell John M. attend. companions W. F. SCOTT, H. P. Notice. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

t ,) '" ; C. J. West, Cincinnati. Douglass, Frank McHenry, Jacob W. A. JONES, Secretary. AND STOCK DEALER,
: (; Davis, C.J. North, Geo. WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL BUTCHER ANDDealer

In the base-ball game on the Fourth, at D'Autry, C. M. Richards, Harriet SIX to the Honorable Judge of the in Ice

.. Jacksonville, between the Oglethorpes of Ellis Mary Stephens, Nathaniel Knights of Honor. County Court for letters administration of
Herman E. H. the estate of C. Braddock deceased. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY!
Savannah. and the Herald Club of Jacksonville Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H., Spicer ,
SAM'L T. RIDDELL, P. M. meets the first and third Tuesday nights in JOHN OWENS. BROOM STREET WHARF,

the latter club was victorious, winningby : every month, at 8 o'clock.G. Fernandina? Fla., July 2, 1883. 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.
a score of eight to three. Both of the, LETTERS IN CALLAHAN POST-OFFICE. N. SAUSSY, Dictator.W. .

;c clubs have won a game now. As the third Bomon, W. B. Edwards. Henry J. WOODWARD, Reporter. HO FOR THE BEACH, REMOVAL.
y Gordon, Samuel S. Jordon. S. S.
will be played on neutral ground we
suggest to the captains of the respective JOHN O'DONALD P. M. Legion of Honor. MR. .. begs to inform his customers that

_;' nines to select the ground in this city, as Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of three elegant Omnibuses of McGinnis he has removed his place of business from

: 4 j outside of its being one of the best in the General Gordon has resigned the presi- H., meets the second and fourth Friday & Rawsbn can be secured for private partieson Centre Street to FIFTH STREET, next doorto
in month at 8 o'clock. reasonable hour either the residence of Mr. Patrick Kelly.
nights terms at
every very any ,
.a State it is the easiest of
; from Savannah of the Pacific
access dency Railroad Com-
i I.. THEO.. STARBUCK, Commander.W. day or night. Thanking the public for past patronage,
;, ',,' '.... as well as from Jacksonville. pany. J. WOODWARD, Secretary. 26 McGINNIS & RAWSON. he solicits a continuance of the same. 27
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