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 14, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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STATE NEWS. leads us to infer that eventually we will NEW YORK. is known to the initiated as the Gold Room.It I nez, on the French coast, across the Straits 1
have no dull season, "a consummation devoutly -
is provided with a magnificent buffet, tables : of Dever to Folkestone in England. I
Bradford.A to be wished.: -Advance-Gazette. THE ADVENTURES OF TWO BOHEMIANS-AN UN- and chairs, and here men may sit and I I

very mournful tragedy has just endedat ----- ----- -- SUCCESSFUL ADVERTISING SCHEME-THE worship at the throne of Bacchus with more Karahissar Chebin, a town of about i i

Magnolia Lake, about fifteen miles from CROOK'S INDIAN STORIES.SOME QUESTION OF EATING- THE, GOLD comfort and less publicity than at the pub- fire population, was almost totally destroyed by !;

here, the news of which has just reached me. ROOM AT \NII.Tr''BE.CH, ETC. lic bar, besides having the satisfaction of Monday. i

Robert Cameron, who lives Magnolia: INCIDENTS OF THE LATE CAMPAIGN RE- To the Editor of the Mirror: paying twenty cents for the same whisky; An agreement has been arrived at be- .:

; Lake, is one of our best citizens, a retired LATED BY THE GREAT FIGHTER. NEW YORK, July 7, 1883. which is dealt out at the bar for fifteen tween M. de Lesseps and the Government i i
There is difference between
! officer of the British army. On June 17 last I II a great fight- Dueling, it seems, is becoming quite the "cents. The amount business done in this of Great Britain, which provides for a new... 1
ing Indians and fighting white men. The
I he was forced to leave home on business, fashion again. We have failed to revive Gold Room is incredible, and it is currently Suez Canal parallel to the one now in existence ,

and while absent an incendiary set fire to savages always get in a position where they the good old fashion of wearing knee breeches believed that it exceeds that done at the for a reduction of the canal dues !
will be shielded, and only fight when they '
his field. Mrs. Cameron made a desperate ,but the custom'of letting daylight througha regular bar. It was so named because dutiful and for the appointment of an English sur'I'I
want to, and our soldiers are forced to fight of traffic.
effort to extinguish the flames, and while so whether they want to or not, and these man because he has\ offended you, or being husbands who did not care to let their veyor .

.t engaged her clothing caught fire and was scouts know better how to surprise them prepared" yourself to be similarly dealt with, wives see: them at the bar,quietly slipped off It would be odd if woman suffrage should

entirely consumed, burning her body also than our soldiers for will soon be iri common usage again. It is to look at the stock exchange ticker placedin become the custom in Great Britain sooner ."
'! that after lingering : they are intelligent here. The discussions than in the United States. That ': "
in a manner so frightfully warriors and take advantage of little an agreeable mode of procedure, and providing were generally this is pos-
''i in great agony until las Saturday, July every the business is done: strictly accord- heated, for the faces of the aforesaid dutiful sible is indicated by the vote in the Houseof

; 7th, she died of her injuries. The flesh, it circumstance. Every Indian is under a general, ing to the provisions .of the code no harm husbands were,as a rule, exceedingly flushed Commons of 114 ayes to 130 noes on Mr.
and knows exactly what to do
! is said, dropped from her in many places.I any can come of it. In fact, it will be of immeasurable when they returned to the piazza. Masons motion to give the suffrage to those
circumstances. He knows which is the best!
I am told she was quiet and cheerful during advantage, as it will bring abouta What a singular passion the average women whose property qualification allows
position for him and how to take the
! her suffering, bearing her pain with forti- more careful use of the English language.The American citizen has for getting the best of them the municipal franchise. So small a
at He is under
i tude. This was the fourth time :Mr. Came- my a disadvantage. always latest: occurrence in this city, however, the government. Men and women will hostile majority must be a hopeful sign for

'r ron's fields have been fired, and it is probable all conditions perfectly self-possessed, and is nothing but a farce. I allude to the ru- take almost any risk in smuggling, and as the friends of woman suffrage. '"
there is an individuality about him at all
I arrests will shortly be mad .-Temple"f I times. The soldier is mechanical and mored "meeting" between Colonel Armo regards beating the Internal Revenue offic- Quite gorgeous railroad cars are run be
I Mills Correspondent Times-Union. Knox, of the Texas SifTwgs{ and Sheahan, ers they will never miss an opportunity.An tween Paris and Bucharest. They are carpeted
of a great machine, and thereby loses his
Hlllsborough. the sculptor. Knox has been in town for amusing instance of this kind I noticedon with Smyrna rugs two inches thick ,
individuality. If there is a weak spot in
in the interest of his and Monday evening. As you know, packages and the sides of the
some days paper, compartments are covered -
In addition to her vast herds of cattle and our line, and a lot of Indian boys in front t ,
as birds of a feather flock together, he fell of matches after July 1st need no longer partly with Gobelin tapestry. The din- i :
her numberless orange groves and truck- of us, they will drop on that point and
in with some of the most experienced rounders be provided with a revenue stamp. A ing-room cars, in which triumphs of French ;
farms, South Florida will soon have devel- make as much out of it as a Caesar, Napo-
at the Press Club and i in their couple of enterprising peddlers made use of cookery served with hand-
oped and in operation phosphate mines that leon or Hannibal could do, for they will do companyhe are are supplied .
exactly right, and that is all the best gen- had some high old times." Among the this fact. and loaded a licensed vender's cart some clocks, damask curtains,and Venetian I "
will if not the famous beds
I' equal, surpass, eral in the world could do. shining lights of that ilk i is Sheahan. I don't with them. They took up a position in the mirrors. Breakfast consists of five courses K
[ that have been so profitably worked in the The Apaches are the shrewdest and best
know about his work Bowery near Grand street, and shouting: and dinner of The r
vicinity of Charleston. Some months ago fighters in the world. They will strip themselves anything having eight. sleeping cars are
like been able to of it. I Here's your matches, no revenue stampson furnished and have hot wellas
when the dredge Alabama was at work deep :: and ascend a precipice a cat, and never see any daresayhe splendidly as
they will do all this after making a day's is like the greater portion of the Sun's them, eighteen boxes for fifteen cents,*' cold water. The average speed is forty [ LITHE .
ening the channel at the mouth of the ,
march. this danced E''
During expedition they
they soon had everybody buying. The fact
editorial writers. Very'little of their work miles an hour. ;
Hillsborough, just below town, the bucket through one night-to the discomfort of the r i
brought up large quantities of a substance soldiers, who were trying to sleepmarchedall ever reaches the dignity cf printer's ink, of being able to beat the government was

unlike else that had been next day, and climbed places where a but as John Swinton said, they write, the cause of an unparalleled amount of lu- RAILROAD NOTES. 1-
anything previously
would have trouble in getting. I minosity on the that 1
coyote: Sheahan "sculpts, in his leisure moments, Bowery night.
seen in this country. Mr. Mosely, an nave known them to run suddenly on a 1
agent of the Ashley Phosphate Company of quail and kill it with a stone and rundown when his friends are not with him. They -
NEWS NOTES. Jerome Green and W. L. Crawford of Utica I r
wounded had dinner at Moretti's the other ,
Charleston, obtained specimens, and had a antelope. They are justas a evening,
much smarter than any other Indian asanybody which lasted until ten o'clock,and of course N. Y., the principal owners of the Jacksonville -
them with the result r.
analyzed, following :
could be. have HOME.
: They wonderfullygood drank than a single bottle each. St. Augnstine & Halifax Railroad, ar-
Available phosphatic acid...................12.00 eyesight, being able to follow a trail they more In 1882 New Orleans received 17,796,497 ; :
rived in this and I
Phosphatic lime................................ 7.95 on a starlight night as well as I could in Then they went to the Prospect Garden, a city yesterday registered at
bushels of grain. The value of the total
.. Potash ............................................... 3.70 daylight. Evidences of their prowess are flash resort, and guzzled beer. the St. Marks. In conversation with a re- '

Magnesia..........................................2 to 4 visible all through that country, and they exports was $103,530,454; imports $12,219920. ,- porter ;yesterday afternoon, Mr. Green said ,
and the Mexicans have been for The result may be easily imagined. Whilein The amount of to
fighting tonnage brought
The analysis was made by Professor Al- they were down here for the purpose of go- m;
hundreds of years, and upon every hand are that state they quarreled about some silly
the tons.
lard Memmimger, of Charleston, and is perfectly to be seen the remains of Pueblo settlements billy business, the lie was given, and a port was 800,000 ing over the road and having it put in good

I,: reliable. It shows that the Tampa which have evidently been wiped out by Alabama has fourteen iron and steel manufactories order-in other words, thoroughly finishing -
ensued. Then told the whole
challenge I
f1 phosphate is superior to the ash element these Indians, and it is a tradition among i ,eighteen cotton factories, eighteen up. After inspecting the road they, in company wi
the people of that section that the is story to the newspaper reporters, and strut .
that has been so largely used in this vicinity I' foundry ,and machine shops, 807 flouring with Mr. Lyons, the President, will go ,
unconquerable.. Yet they have wiped out ted about like heroes, and on Thursday
" the analysis of the latter showing but every band of Pueblo Indians, except the morning disappeared mysteriously. In the I. and grist mills, and 3S-| lumber mills. The over the proposed route: to St. Augustine to a'' 4

10.70 per cent of available phosphatic acid. Moquis and Zunis, whom, I am satisfied, II. capital invested in these industries is$8,842223. ,- the Halifax and if, after looking over the 1

This phosphate 'been"found in'several are the same class of people. I have seen evening Sheahan reappeared..on. Union Employment given_ 6,536 hands, who ,country adjacent and that which would ,
these fellows ambuscade in levelas drank of beer
a place as Square, hhr'mma'quantitt }
other localities in this vicinity as well as at a floor. : receive $159.179 wages. necessarily be tributary to the road if if is v+' '+-" .
and dropped dark hints of a "meeting" at
Charlotte Harbor, Braiden creek and Terra- There was a wagon train in 1871 goingout which It is said at the Post-Office Departmentthat continued on to the Halifax, he is of the
at hurt
Rockaway, somebody was ,
; ceia bay, and the quantity seems inexhaustible. of Arizona into California, with an escort general order will be issued to all opinion it would be a paying investmentthe
in advance. The Indians them etc. The truth of the matter is that these
The Ashley Phosphate Company has : road will at once be built but unless the s
forbidding the delivery of !s
and ambuscaded postmasters
coming in the road, which two fools, under the combined influence of reg- '
had five agents in the field for some time, was perfectly level, with here and there a the heat and beer expected to make this an istered letters or money orders to the agentsof demand for the road is greater than he ex- t E '. .

; investigating the various deposits, and has clump of grass. The Apaches lay upon the Louisiana Lottery. The Postmaster- pects to find it, the work will probably not .
their stomach! threw dust themselvesand advertising scheme. Knox expected to get .h
already purchased 3,000 acres at Charlotte over be commenced until next spring. He 1
General's decision as yet, applies only to says j ,.
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tied grass in their hair, and were passedby his little sheet talked about, and Sheahan t
Harbor, where they to establish that the road will be as finely equipped as
propose? the escort unnoticed. After the escort expected to sell some things, which, it is agents in New Orleans and New York. I
works at an early day. This phosphate, we was some distance off the Indians jumpedup any road of its size in this country. They ''i ,
currently believed he sculpts. The schemewas The French astronomers who were sent
are informed, has a commercial value of$32 and captured the wagons in the rear and already have a good locomotive and several
killed the teamsters. These fellows take all a failure, however, and about Union to Caroline Island, in the South Pacific, to
per ton, and is pronounced excellent fort fine new passenger coaches, as well as a
the chances, whereas other Indians seek a Square, where newspaper men, artists and study the solar eclipse of :May 6, arrived at '
vines of all kinds, fruit trees and garden place where they will be safe and shoot the number of flat and box cars. Besides these,
actors congregate, both men are derisively San Francisco Tuesday, on the steamer City
vegetables. The importance of this discov- enemy. Peaches, our principal Apache two other locomotives are being built, one ,'

ery to this section and to the entire countrycan guide, knows the whole country, and we laughed at. of Sydney. They report finding a red star, of which will be delivered about the first of
left everything to him. I was not afraid to which it is believed, will a new dis
The summer season is always hard on
scarcely be overestimated. If and the other about the first of
properly August,
trust him, and I believe I am the only man Sep&k
noticed several featuresin
developed these phosphate beds will prove who has used these Indians against each men who have sent their families to the covery. They new tember. They are also having two other Ff.

the source of greater wealth than our cattle other. I do not know ]how to describe the country, so far as eating is concerned. In the corona, chiefly white prominences, coaches built, which are now very nearly ,.

herds and orange groves.-Tampa Tribune. way it is done, but I have never met a case the winter good table d'hdtes are easily supposed to be vapor or white clouds. completed, and by winter will have an ele- i +
of I
have taken the
same Indians enough to be had, but in"the summer theyare The famous packet liner Great Western now He '
battle to
drawing car.
Escanibla. in a who were in open arms gant room proposes see
against me, and have had them to turn as a rule very bad. A restaurant keeper sailing between San Francisco and other that the toad is put in fine condition and '

From the monthly statement of Messrs. around immediately against their own peo- cannot make money'on a table d'h6te un- Pacific ports, is:: already twice as old as ships splendidly equipped, and everything will ,

Hyer Brothers, published in this city, dated ple.I.never disarm Indians under the' less he has a steady run of customers. The usually get to be. She first sailed from New be done that a lavish expenditure of money'' ;

June 30th, we clip the following: Though circumstances, because it has been my present ex- profit on each cover is small, but the aggre- York to Liverpool forty years ago, and remained can do to make it the most popular route to s

arrivals have been well maintained for the perience that, in order to govern Indians, gate makes the business remunerative. A in the Atlantic fleet twenty-nine the Ancient City.--Times-Union.

season, there is yet a strong and steady demand you must not allow them to think that you sufficient amount of each dish must be years. She crossed the Atlantic 116 times, K

for tonnage for Europe, and we quoteas are them afraid while of the them.whites To take about their them guns are from allowed cooked, so as to have enough for all comers.If bsought 30,000 passengers to the New World, Where to Go.

obtainable for vessels in good position, to carry arms would have the effect to it is not consumed, it is practically has had 1.500 births and 200 marriages on During these long summer days, what one l

43s. to 43s. Gd and L6 10s. to 5 15s., and for impress the Indian at once that you were wasted, because no regular customer wouldbe board, and in all her experience never lost most desires is to keep cool. Many, to do '

some special orders even better rates can be afraid these Indians of him.surrendered Another thing is that when satisfied with the same soup, the same one of her'crew or so much as a spar in a this, think it necessary to leave Florida al-

had for vessels of suitable size. The offerings they only broughtin entree, or the same fish two days in succes- gale of wind.William Some to in +
lances or indifferent arms, expecting to together. go resorts Georgia, a ,l
of tonnage in the direction wanted are give them up. Where the Indians contem- sion. Now in summer, what with people McNutty, alias Johnny Steele, others to the mountains of North Carolina; i'

by no means adequate to the demand of plate surrender they always take the precaution leaving town, excursions and so forth, it is more widely known as Coal Oil Johnny some even go still further north to the wa- t

shippers, but great activity cannot be expected to hide their good weapons. Now.if difficult to count on a large and steady cli-
of those has the Ocean
I had demanded these arms they brought than by either names, reap- tering places along Jersey coast, 1

at this season, when vessels must undergo with them they would have credited me entage, hence as a rule the quality of the peared in the oil regions of Pennsylvania. Grove, Asbury Park, Long Branch, etc.,and

quarantine, which is deemed essentialfor with fear, while I would get only those ; food you get is below the average, and it is He has found, here and there, recoverablebits others to the Adirondacks. For those who i,

the preservation of the health of the port weapons which they did not attach any i not nearly so well cooked as before, although of his recklessly squandered millions, have the money and are able to do so, this j
value This is
since our bitter experience of last always the case where the the price of a dollar or a dollar anda
season. attempt is made to disarm them. Since the and the money thus obtained supports him is very good and enjoyable. But we doubt 5f

The expenses incurred by vessels in quaran- introduction of the breech-loading gun the half remains unchanged. fairly, and he is hopefully prospecting for if they escape the heat of summer any more i

tine are lighter than last season ; fumigation / Indian problem has undergone a change. A At the seaside resorts, Coney Island, Rock- coal and iron. He asserts that he knows than if they stayed at home and went to i 4
is Marine breech-loader in the hands of an Indian .
now done at the expense of the makes him a very formidable enemy, for away and Long Branch, the table d'h6tes more than he used to, but the accession of one of our resorts right here in Florida. *'

Service, whilst cost of discharging bal- every rock affords a fortification for him, are few, and nearly all of them bad. The knowledge is not apparent, except that he Probably one of the best of these, at least '

last remains the same, say 50 cents per ton. and he can keep us at bay while he deals only real good one is to be had at the Ori- has learned to write his name. one with the best accommodations at pres-

The health of shipping in our port continues death and destruction to the pursuing party, ental Hotel, at Manhattan Beach. The Oriental On the 38th of June there ent, is Fernandina beach,on Amelia Island.
without the latter gaining were $111,799175 ,-
anything in re-
i excellent. The demand for tonnage for Here can always keep cool. A
does not cater for transient guests. It one delightful -
turn. They handle the breech-loader with
in standard dollars in the various United
breeze be felt and
i h Cuba and coastwise is dull. We quote as remarkable and is intended hotel. Hence may day night. The
quickness, are good marks more as a family
I, States depositories and mints. Of this amount beach is one of the best in the world, smooth I
If obtainable for Cuba $10, with option of Havana men.-New York Herald. before
sit down to table
can must
you you $12,532,791 is represented by outstanding silver and hard, with a gentle slope far out to sea.

$11 to $12. Coastwise, $8.50. Thereare AMERICAN LARD IN GEJL L4NY. register your name, and then you are givena certificates, leaving! actually on hand allowing no chance for any accidents to l
some orders in the market for South dinner ticket for which $2. The happen to bathers by any sudden depres
you pay
America. LONDON, July 12.-The North German Gazette $40,000,000 in the way of idle surplus of sil sion. To those who are fond of bathing, no
We note several engagements of is but the dinner is elaborate
again indirectly attacks Mr. Sargent, price high, very ver. Every vault at the disposal of the Treasurer better place can be found on the coast than ;
steamships to load timber for the United consisting of seven or eight courses here. The breakers
right are simply grand
the American Minister, in an article relative in Washington, New York, Philadel-
Kingdom. From the same source we learn with Roman punch in the middle, and the coming in with long swells, and breakingwith +
'the late of Mr. and elsewhere is full to
to report Sargent on phiu overflowingwith
curls sometimes twelve
the number of entrances for the month of usual coffee and cheese at the end of the ten or feet ,
American pork. The Gazette, in the same silver, having an aggregate weight of high. Glorious is the word that expressesit
June was 30, aggregating a tonnage of 18-, programme. The service too is capital, the is to those who have seen and felt them. On
article, quotes an article from a Cincinnati 6,600,038 pounds. There no danger of the ; ,
242. Forty-three clearances, aggregating a paper relative to discoveries of adulterationin dining-room is large and airy, and you are treasure being carried off between days, or this beach two years ago several enterprising -
tonnage of 23,505; 120,486 cubic feet of free from the bustle and excitement which gentlemen built a hotel,the Strathmore,
hewn American lard. A Times' Berlin dispatchsays even a small part of it, $1,000,000 weighing which has been so successful that last sum'r'
timber, 718,639 cubic feet of sawn Beach Hotel
at the Manhattan
prevails ,
the Bundesroth when it reassembleswill about thirty tons. mer it was found necessary to enlarge, so an '
timber, and 7,094,000 superficial feet of lum- probably pass a law forbidding the importation whose restaurant caters for excursionists additional L was added. It is now one of 4

ber were shipped.i Twenty-one vessels were of American lard. exclusively. The fact that one can get din FOREIGN. the best beach hotels in Florida, and will .

in port loading on the above date, 15 were ner at the Oriental is' known to but few The cholera has broken out at Hong Kong accommodate about one hundred guests. Its }

in quarantine, and 19 sail-bound for Pensa- A tornado Tuesday night demolished a people, as the management, does not desireto and is raging violently.A cuisine the season is are excellent.on its bill All of the fare.delicacies The pro-of s'

cola. The above showing for the month of number of buildings at Soldier City, Nebraska have the Oriental made a general public Paris dispatch says that M. Achard has prietor is Captain Clay, a very courteous and

June, usually a very dull one in this city, is killing three women and one child, resort, but it is a thing worth knowing. introduced a bill in the Chamber of Depu- affable gentleman, whose only effort seemsto :a

very encouraging. In fact, everysummer is and injuring fifteen other persons. The Anything for styleAt the Manhattan ties authorizing the taking of soundings for happy be to and please contented his guests, and this and he make never them fails

now better than was its predecessor, which storm passed directly from north to south. Beach Hotel they have a little room, which piers for a railway bridge from Cape Gris- j to do.-Florida Hvrald. ;


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jf'! ":";Jti f:. THE INQUISITIVE FISHERMAN 41 Yes; n only curious, Mr. Warrington, I would not have believed a syllable of it !I" I l derfiil\ as under the circumstances was her I I turned, and some one with him. I did not
... ",I ? j but provoking, also." he said emphatically *' not a syllable !I" I self command, one could hear the paper I move, but sung out :
; 4d1; I J:, Once there was a fisherman, I laughed and hastened to my room, lita Could you"-after I had thought a min- rustle in her shaking hands. In a momentshe Ford here I am ; come in and shut the
Ij : Who went to catch some fish ; candle and drew some water from the fil minute or two-could you procure me a faced us. door.
I t. ;. '_. He took with him a basket ter. There was a flavor of romance about glimpse of Miss Greathead. or of her photo- You did not draw this will ?" There has been a lady here, your boy
f '' And a little China dish. this, and yet, handsome as she was and sin- graph ?" "No," Mr, Ford answered nervously.*"he tells me !1"
t'' J n! t"..;, I'll use one for the fishes, gular as were the circumstances something I Our Mr. Ford actually blushed. Well, took, I suppose other advice. The attesting u Yes, the lady. She wished to see her
"r ., f :.. The other when I sup ; repelled. I had not got over the start she I could. Perhaps it would be more satisfac- witnesses are Mr. Warrington, who. you uncle room once more. Sweetly appropriate -
'q.: ;j "'.., For, if they meet my wishes, caused me,perhaps. tory if you saw herself?" may be aware, has chambers-had, I should wasn't it ?"
t g 'J" !; ,'..,.. I'll cook and eat them up 1 1" "Are you, sure that you have got what Not at all.:' What in the world made say-with the Serjeant and the laundress, Yes, yes !"
!I' ) -. you want?' the man fidget so? who died some months ago. So it is evident Well, out of consideration for her feel-
: ;,1 J}:: e ;. He fished and fished the whole day long, She had replaced the papers and cleared "Then I think-I have-somewhere, if that it was made at chambers." ings "'-
:' : From morn till late at mghth" : the table with wonderful deftness while I I've not left it, the very thing you want. I There was an uncomfortable silence for a Bother her feelings !"
,."''f He baited hooks and watched bob, was away. She was standing now by the Oh, yes, here it is." And after fumbling in I moment. Then Miss Chilling crossed the I left her alone-and look here."
L ;:, But could not get a bite. fireplace, evidently ready to go. all his other pockets, from his breast-pocket, room and rang the bell. He was on his knees ih the twinkling of
l',I ., !:'t ': : He then threw down his rod and line, "I have, thank you," she answered rather Mr. Ford, a little red in the face, produced a 'I '. Is Mr. Humphreys still here?" she said an eye and had both his eyes glued on the
ti ; 'r I And vowed he'd go below thoughtfully ; perhaps you would be good neat little Russia leather case. He openedthis to the servant. top of the eleventh and twelfth volumes of
'j+ tJ. I To find out what the reason was enough to escort me to my cab, my nerves and held the portrait within for my in- Yes, miss." Bevan's Reports of the Court of Chancery.
t : :'hr'"tt '.:;". : The fish had used him so. have hardly recovered yet." spection."Well. "Ask him to come to me, if you please.'* The layer of dust, which elsewhere lay in
.,:, ',, >: The fish all gathered round him, She smiled bewitchingly as she spoke, ?" he uttered impatiently, while My clerk shall fetch him," cried Mr. uniform smoothness, was here disturbed.
,I i I ,; f Each wagging his own tail, what I took for badinage, but the next instant with a critical eye I was examining a very Ford, hastily, with a glance first at the servant The will is in Chancery, you may de-
i, f ( .'i'I:I. From the little \>ogg -woggy 'I saw that it was true enough. We pretty, very youthful, wholly good face. and then at his unprepossessing fol pend upon it," I said airily. At a signfromme
+' : :, To the great gigantic whale. were moving toward the door, and I had "Nose a little, just a little, too retrousse," lower. Ford gingerly removed the books and
1 i: ; T It '." Some fish were looking scaly, just said "With pleasure," when a heavy I murmured. "No," said Miss Chilling, imperatively.We opened first one and shook it-nothing. I
t ,fM +\i.t And some exceedingly thin, footstep coming along the passage outside Eh !" shutting it up with an angrv snap. all stood still and listened to the clock won't swear that our faces did not flush as
,t'! ,1"..: : /ti: But all were glad to see the man, made itself clearly heard even through the But, however, that is not the lady who ticking solemnly, till the old clerk appeared. he opened the, other andshook it-nothing!
t rd ":'. r, '" 1 And offered him a fin. closed doors. It halted a couple of secondsas was occupied here on Saturday night. Thatis Humphreys," she said, with a strange Then he got up and used a naughty word.I .
: t t1 :t1 Chin'a if going no further, then it proceeded on one point clear Mr. Ford. Now, who yearning in her tone, a sudden softening as examined the volume closely with the
r' ,, > !. i, They said : We have no dish, and up the stairs. Well, just during the would profit by the destruction of this will? it were, please examine this signature and same result. We looked at one another.
r: .f1:;,;: ;, t Nor basket snug and tight ; second or two that it halted at the door I Is any earlier one in existence?" tell me if it is your late master's. "Nothing: wrong with our calculations, is
Ii', ''r. '" I ,,., But we are very prudent fish, saw my companion's face-it had turned Yes. There is a former will discoveredin He was her last hope. there ?"
t >; :..: Who think before we bite. white again, and had the same nervous, expectant the Serjeant's desk at home. It was made The old man slowly took out and put on "No ; under the missing will she gets !5-,
." t : : { : We do not need to cook our prizeEre expression I had first observed. Her before Clive-I mean Miss Greatheadcameto his glasses. Miss Greathead. nervous and 000. That will disappears, that she may
:' :'. '10. : ', > we sit down and sup.' nerves had not recovered the surprise of my live with him. frightened, cowered in the window seat. net; two-thirds of the whole estate under the
t. .r: I i' ,t' :' And so, before his very eyes, sudden entrance."It "Its date 1""January Mr. Ford looked steadily into the fire. I first ; when, lo, up starts an intermediate
f" .' ,. !. \' I'..,...f. They ate that fisher up would hardly do for any one to find 1879." fancy he saw there a short law report, head- will-a devilish old will-leaving her only
1 i. .iL'" ',' .:, -St. Nicholas. me here," she said, with a forced laugh, "Well?" ed "In the matter of Charles Henry Ford, .500, and good as far as she knows, until
., .i 'I I t i'('t finding my eyes fixed upon her face. "It leaves two-thirds of the estate to the gentleman, one, etc.," or it might be more the missing one turns up She's no fool ;
t ; THE SERJEANT'S WILL. No ? But that was so like your uncle's cousin who then kept house for him." shortly, In the matter of a solicitor." As therefore it will turn up.
d b..t -. footstep that it did not alarm me." "A tall, pale dark-eyed woman, decidedly for his clerk, I can answer for it, that no If she has not destroyed it!"
'. i" ''gt4;. A STORY OF HARECOURT. She did not smile as I expected. On the good looking?" heart in the room was going pit-a-pat like Exactlv. How much time did you give
:, ,'."q!2 w t contrary she helped to unfasten the outer ,"Yes. By' Jove, I see! She was your his. How long Humphreys was poringover her?"
r,;: t: ,, ... i. door with almost petulant eagerness. Oncein visitor, and with instinctive caution gave it! At last he spoke, and then with Five minutes at least ; and some one has
i. t;': :' .. Mr. Warrington, I believe?" the open air she breathed more freely, dive's name, or rather description," he torturing slowness. been at these books. Wait a minute, what
+t i t. 1.:. 1't* Simple words, and true as far as that I am but she hardly spoke again except to thankme pried. "Ah, that's his writing sure enough. God fools we have been !" The two volumes of
';:: 1t.1 I 1 ['J Mr. Warrington ; but this I can assert, that when I put her into the cab. "And has destroyed the last will ?" bless him." Bevan's Reports still lay upon the floor side
: iH F fU never had words so taken me by surprise, "I hope the Serjeant will sleep tonightand "I don't know so much about that," he Then two of us drew such a sigh of relief, by side. I plunged my hand into the orifice
t "' .1; nor has my name ever been put to me under not need his papers" were my last answered, slowly wiping his forehead. "She as,well I am at a loss for a sufficiently strong caused by their absence from the shelf. I
:""j I.is: more singular circumstances. That this words, which she only acknowledged by a did not burn it here, as you say the fire was metaphor, but at any rate it was a very deep groped. Ford's eyes grew perceptibly big-
ji 1 i : may he clear, I must explain. As shortly bow as she threw herself back. But I had out. She might keep it to see how things sigh.Mr.: ger. "What's this?" I cried, and broughtout
a' ::1 1.. as I can I will do so, for I dislike explanation cause, as will be seen, to remember them.I would turn out. It gives her .5,000 too." Ford murmured a few words of con- a paper.
i; t. V' ; and would have my judge, when I am did not get much work done that night "Ah, does it? Wait a moment. Does it dolence to the one lady, and of congratulation "Right! he shouted as he hastily glancedat
., "t : moving the court know beforehand, if possible quiet as it was-my' visitor had unsettledme really? Well, then, we can get it back by a to the other ; and he and his clerk got it outside. The lost will We've won.'*
what my point: is. I suppose. Twice I thought I heard bold stroke. I'm with you in this, Mr. theniselves out of the room as well as they "No chance of five years with -,' eh
I 1:1: > chambers are in Hare Court ; it is the most foolish enough to take a light and go and which must be proved if the last one be not was brooding over the fire, with a face ever "No, but upon my honor, at one time
ancient, quiet and retired place in the Tern see. Of course there was no one there ; so, found, gives the housekeeping cousin two- so much older as it seemed to us, than that things look awkward."
i'' l., pie, just on your right if you' come in by the after a short time, I gave it up and went thirds, about .50,000 say ; the later and which had shone in the dusk behind her The five thousand pounds were promptly
:- archway' at the bottom of Chancery Lane. home to bed. missing will gives her .5,000. But supposeone fluttering fan. paid to Miss Chilling, and she has passed:
I 'I'' My number is of no importance ; in fact, The next day, be it observed, was Sun- were-onl suppose-one were to turn "Upon my honor," Ford whispered to from our sight with that modest independence -
abundant reasons will appear why I should day. I pass on as briefly as I can ; at break- up between the two and give her nothing, his confidential clerk as the door closed be- She was a very clever woman, and
eh?" hind them, "I am almost afraid to leave most certainly will in the world. I
P be reticent as to it. One reason which will fast on the Monday I received a more seri- get on
r not appear, but a very cogent one nevertheless ous shock. Among the items of intelligencein "No chance!1" said the lawyer ; "I don't them together." am glad she never learned how she was
} t' I'; ) being that solicitors are not fond of the Morning Post appeared this paragraphit think I quite follow you." Pooh, your young woman hasn't madea checkmated. Clive Greathead is now the
t.t t counsel who rush into print, unless their ( will save me much explanation) : "We I can explain in two words. You see"- will. wife of our Mr. Ford," a cosy, pleasant re-
j 1p :) : lucubrations are bound in calf. I have one regret to have to announce the sudden death, But as the two words lengthened them- "Why? what you don't think she "_ sort is their house in Grenville Place. So
selves to two hundred as two words He stood( still. much of the business of Ford Ford & Bittle
i j room in which I sit myself, and the undivided at his residence, Gloucester Road, of Mr. alwaysdo ,
1 F qt;:. 1 half of a clerk's room and a passage ; Serjeant Greathead. Q. C., of the western I need not go through any more of our "The Serje-ant1 No, I don't. I've seen comes to my chambers in Hare Court, that
,t r. the rest of the set are occupied ((1 am talking circuit, recorder of Middleham. His decease, conversation. Its drift will be guessed by his doctor. She was first on the scene, that's I also am thinking of setting up a little double -
j of a time six months back) by Sergeants which took place very suddenly on Satur- the sagacious reader.At all ; a couple of hours before any one else, I establishment at the West End. Ford
!.N ) Greathead, Q. C., of the western circuit, day evening, was caused by' a heart complaint parting: It's rather a serious thing, expect." and I sometimes chat over the Serjeant'sthree
t ",, t whose large room in the rear is the only from which the learned gentlemanhad you know," said the lawyer ruefully What if our plan doesn't answer? How wills, and the last time I dined with
,. ,: ... : comfortable and well-furnished one, my for some time suffered." Yes," I answered mischievously ; "it's long are we to keep it up ?'' him I heard him say, with singular emphasis -
Ir It ,, j rooms being as dingy and cheerless as most U Umph !1" said I to myself, and, being a five years !" "A week won't do us harm ; then if nothing to his guest on the right :
i ,1' f: ground-floor apartments in the Temple. A lawyer began to think and to put two and turns up we must find out something "You never forge a will, now, I suppose,
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t ':j 1 couple of doors shut us in, but the oak is two together, not without now and again a We were assembled in the dead man's wrong with our precious document. But I Sir John ?
," ';.1. sported when the clerks leave at seven. little eerie feeling down the small of my dying room in Gloucester Road to hear the don't think she is inclined to fight." And I sir !I" cried the Alderman, with porten-
f.4:. r I; ., Then our chambers, not very lively during back. Mr. Serjeant Greathead died on Sat- will read. It may seem odd that I should the confidential clerk of Ford, Ford & Bit- tous dignity.
t '. .; ;i' 'I' the day-time' are abandoned to darkness, urday evening. On Saturday evening, be- have been present at this merely family tie linked his arm with that of our Mr. Oh, no, of course not ; but, do yon know,
'\. i: Jo silence and the mice. In, a word, they are fore or after the event is not proved, a ladyis matter, but the fact is that I, John War Ford: with astonishing freedom and an I daresay you have dined at the same table
.' ) f' merely offices. occupied all alone among Mr. Serjeant rington, of the Inner Temple, barrister-at-I utter forgetfulness of his seedy hat and with people who have."
I: : { Well, about the time I have mentioned I Greathead's papers in his chambers and law, was not. A-silent and humble gentleman I boors.John. The worthy merchant swelled and swelled
, '.. i I was obliged, no matter why-perhaps because though this I was not quite sure about, with a beard and glasses, with also a Warrington, barrister-at-law, was with indignation until I quite feared for
: : i ; ; over my dinner at the Suffolk Street among the drawers of his private writing seedy coat and boots to match, and a habitof sitting alone in my room next day when him. And yet, do you know I think Ford
( ', i Club I discovered a fallacy in the opinion to table. Umph !" well, I was never on very taking snuff surreptitiously yet with a Thomas came in. was right.-Time.
\ ,' be sent out the next found old of ostentation "A lady to see you, sir. I was not
; morning-I myself intimate terms with the gentleman, who certain amount was present.But
r. I ,. obliged, for the first time for certainly a was thirty years my senior, and it is no par- he was merely Mr. Ford's clerk and if greatly surprised. .MID-OCEAN LIGHT HOUSES, ECT.A
: e chambers after dinner. and face not familiar Sh'ow her in. Good gracious How do short time the MaritimeRegister
year to go to my ticular business of mine. It's all right, or his figure were sightsin ago
The clock at St. Clement Danes was striking will come so in the end, doubtless. And I the offices of Messers. Ford, Ford & Bit- do you do? Please to take a seat, Miss-ah, pointed out the desirability Mid-Ocean
) .' ti the half hour after nine as I turned into the put on my boots and coat, and down to tie, why' Mr. Ford.had the right to engage a yes, :Miss Greathead. Very sad" things have Stations for meteorological reports. It
lonesome and echoing Temple. I opened chambers and discussed the old gentleman's special clerk for business of so confidentiala happened since I saw you last. It was my showed that such stations would serve the
i'r- i .; my outer door with my key, after ascertaining death with the due amount of sympathy, nature as this. There were not many pres- former visitor, the Serjeant's niece. same purpose in securing storm warningsfor
:,' a that I had some matches in my pocket, with his clerk, and forwarded a letter of ent. The tall, gracious, almost queenly Yes, indeed ; they are too fresh to be navigation as the land stations do now
tt', and did the same to the inner door, drawing condolence to the family, of whom I knew woman sitting near the fire with her backto spoken of. I have called to ask you a ques- for the general public. The idea was foundto
behind and and black fan in her tion.Mr. Warrington, and I am sure I may be a good one and its value and impor-
; t the oak to me, shutting it; then nothing, applied to the treasurer of the In- the light a large "
t ''I. I stood still. It was very odd !-all should ner Temple to take on the Serjeant's cham- hand is Miss Chilling. third cousin to the trust to your discretion." tance are readily admitted. The Register
Ei.. have been in darkness, but from the keyhole bers, and did my usual work and lived my deceased," as the newspapers would say. "Absolutely, I assented, warmly. suggested that floating stations were among /'
f( r t of the Serjeant's room a bright ray',of usual life for four days. Then something The fair nervous girl by the table is Miss "Please do not think it an odd one. I the possibilities of the future it needing
I light shone steadily, and from within came happened. Thomas, my boy, showed in to Clive Greathead ; observe that her pale face have a reason. Do you remember witness-" only a demand to call them into existence.
.r: the familiar sound of the rustling of papers. me our ){r. Ford," of Ford, Ford & Bittle.of flushes a little as she shakes hands with ing my uncle's signature about a year ago? This plan of Mid-Ocean Stations has also
t'l; ", It was very odd. I had known the Serjeant Staple's Inn, whom I knew to be the lateSerjeant's our Mr. Ford." In the background are "Well, I remember this much. that I did been suggested for another purpose. Mr.
'. I say he never worked at night, and certainlyI solicitors. "A new client," said I old Humphreys, the clerk, and several ser- so, but I don't think I can tell you much W. C. Anderson, of England, in a recent
i : i .I had never heard of him coming to his ,to myself, with much excitement. With a vants. about it ; as far as I can recall the matter, paper read before the London Society of
" ; ; chambers in the evening. Very singular judicious mixture of courtesy and dignity I "I have two wills here, which I think I Mrs. Coll was there. No one else, I think Engineers, suggested what seems to be a
""I+ : I'I that we should both be there on this particular waved him to a seat, which was all thrown ought to read," says the lawyer, softly tak If I can" help you any' further, I will thinkit practical plan for founding deep sea light
( ,w : : night At any rate, I would see if it away. ing his seat at the end of the table. The out. houses. His idea is to construct a hollow
f.,.. ., :t < was all right i! I opened his door and walked "Now, perhaps, you can help me, Mr. first is dated 18;!), the second about a year "Thank you, she said, with a halfaudible cylinder of riveted iron work, 290Jfeet long
i: ..: .. -: : .. in quietly, an apology on my lips. The Warrington," he said, after a few prelimi- back. A third will was made within the sigh, drumming softly on my table with to consist of two sections-the upper partto
'., months but I to that her gloved! fingers. That is all, I think, be 140 feet long destined to rear its head
:: ; ;; room, as I have said, a spacious one, was nary observations, which sufficiently enlightened last six regret say our
: .,. I brilliantly lighted, the table was covered me. "Have you any idea whereour poor friend must have destroyed it, intend- that i wanted to ask. Now I am here, I above the waves and fitted as an ordinary
1f''.i j with papers and books ; but no Serjeant. poor friend is likely to have put his ing, of this I have no doubt, to make an- should like to see my uncles room forforfor lighthouse, while the remaining portion of
l c; t S) Greathead was there! Some one, though, will?" other in its place. In the midst of life we the last time, Mr. Warrington, if you the tube is to be ballasted so as to sink below
:,' IJ: ;- i I with a vengeance. "Not the slightest. We were not on very are-yes, indeed !" please.fost the water line and counteract the force of
;l u1-1: Mr. Warringtou. I believe?" intimate friends, though the best of friends. Having uttered this in low but clear tones certainly. Nothing" has been dis- winds and waves on the exposed part. The
4. :ttx I With one hand resting upon the table and Have you searched his cupboards and he takes from me-I mean from the clerk, turbed since you were here. I led the way whole apparatus is to be anchored in deep
them his black into the room ; she stood I in the middle, water by heavy steel cables. The inventor '
:tr, ':_l I pressing some among ,the many papers books? who produces fro.m. .bag, looked round with
; which littered it, stood the speaker- a -lady- Carefully.. Yet I feel sure that it is here. some papers, and proceeds in more business and steady scrutinizinggaze. claims that it would be easy to tow such a
Apparently' about five-and-thirty, she was The day he signed it he said to me: Herevou'll like tones to read the "last will and testa- structure to the spot selected for it, and then
I :t Jonathan Greathead. of Gloucester "I will leave you for a moment, said I, by admitting water to the lower section it
+ I. tall and of good figure, her dress handsome find it when it's wanted, Ford, and ment of
f ; M1 f' though simple. A veil obscured much of he tapped the table, so that I took it for Road, in the County of Middlesex ; and of considerately and half-closing the door, would assume an upright position and ride
d I her face, which was toward me as I entered. .granted he meant to lock it up there." Hare Court, the Temple, in the City of London stepped into my own room and sat down to the waves like a bottle. Chamber's Journal
; Either her complexion was naturally colorless "What family has he left, Mr. Ford?" barrister-at-law." finish the Statement of Claim in Davey vs. for June, in speaking of the plan, suggeststhe
1: ,:., or agitation had driven the blood from He was never married. His niece, a remarkably The purport is this," said he. after the Davey?nothing of the kind, but executed idea of utilizing it for founding a systemof
} M'' her cheeks ; the latter I conjectured since nice girl, has lived with him fora usual flood of verbiage had passed for the upon'my hearth rug a silent dance of tri- mid-ocean floating telegraph stations.
t t her left hand was pressed to her side. I year. Except a distant cousin, who actedas most part harmlessly over our beads that umph that would have gained for me a lucrativ'e The New York Herald, writing upon the
:, stood dumbfounded, and at least twice this a kind of housekeeper, she was his only the bulk of the testator's estate would go to engagement at the Aquarium. After same subject, says : The idea of founding
unexpected apparition repeated the words connection." his cousin, Miss Chilling, and a share very five minutes of this I composed my face, mid-ocean floating telegraph stations has
ML I have set down. Who was she, and what .' Was his niece great favorite of his?" much smaller, but still considerable, to Miss and went back to the old gentleman's room, long been discussed, but no engineer has
I on earth was she doing alone and at this Yes, of late, very much so. Her mother Greathead. In one respect I very much stumbling carelessly over the mat as I did yet devised, unless it be Mr. Anderson, any
t t .t time of the night in our chambers. As far and the Serjeant did not get on ; a year ago regret that my task does not end with this so. She was still apparently standing ex- structure which would remain stationary.
,;, as I remember I said at last in a bewilderedtone the mother died, and Mr. Greathead, who will." actly where I had left her. It cost me all and if connected with the telegraph cables
? still holding the door-handle: was a good man at bottom, took the girl Then we all listen to another last will and my self-command to avoid glancing round would not in stormy weather endanger
t Yes, certainly, I am Mr. Warrington." home. I don't mind telling you that the. testament, and a fresh current of convey the room. them. The depth of water to which the
t t'' You must be surprised to find me here. missing will leaves her nearly everything." ancer's English, much shorter than the last, Thank you, she said sweetly. "I am agitation of a wave reaches never bears a
is let loose One so much obliged to you. I am very glad I large proportion to the wave's dimensions,
; i I am Serjeant Greathead's niece. What! I cried, in huge astonishment; however, upon us. person
'. t Oh, yes !I" answered, with a bow and a leaves her nearly everything?" in the room, I can safely assert feels on the came. You will not mention my visit""You the motion diminishing in geometrical pro-
., vain attempt to indicate by my tone that I' Yas, and very natural, too. Why not?" rack, and Miss Chilling's fan never stays but may depend upon my reticence," I gressions as the depth below the surface increases -
thought this a perfectly satisfactory explan- Up to this moment I had had, since the flutters, now slowly, now with a sudden said with a bow, in which I flatter myself in arithmetical. In the case of a
ation of her presence at 9:30 in his chamber; lawyer opened his business to me, but one impetus. And no wonder; her fortune of that a sincere personal devotion and an wave a quarter of a mile in breadth and 40
t oh, yes." idea, which was, that on the night on which !.50,000 is swept away as by a stroke of the overflowing appreciation of her affection for feet in height" as Sir John Herschel shows
"He is rather unwell this evening, and the old man died hs niece, this very nice pen, and a miserable !500 all that is given her uncle appeared to mingle. The moment, the displacement of the water at a depthof
t thought he would like to have some papersto girl," had come to his chambers, searchedfor her instead. Of the residue, after paymentof however, that I had gotherout of the cham- 1,320 feet, in its passage over it, would be
read, in case he should not sleep. I have the will, and, for her own advantage, certain legacies to the servants, clerks bers, and the door closed behind her, I sent less than an inch, and would be incapableof "
volunteered to fetch them-was it not bold abstracted it and destroyed it. Had done and other the whole given to Miss Great- Thomas off with a note and darted back disturbing the smallest grain of sand.
'of me?-and my cab is waiting in Fleet that, and had, into the bargain, startled me head. When he ceased, the woman by the into the Serjeant's room. There I stood in As Atlantic waves seldom attain these dimensions -
.' .1 street." first and fooled me afterward. But how fire rose grandly to her frill height. the middle, where my visitor had stood and it seems highly probable that the
"The Serjeant not well I am very sorry. about this theory now? Cui bono. "This is not the final arrangement our looked around me. There was a melancholy construction of a deep sea floating station!
Can I give you any assistance?" From the "I can't make it out !" I said, slowly friend intended to make ; so much I know ; tidiness everywhere. Quickly I opened which can in all weather be kept in place
appearance of the table she must have undone nursing my chin. it is a sad lesson of the danger of procrasti- the drawers, cast my eye over them ; felt not a mechanical impossibility. The success
: L most of the bundles in search of the i Nor can I !'* cried the other briskly. nation even in the wisest of us." Thus Mr. behind them : as I expected, nothing. ThenI with which gaslighted buoys have been
right papers, such was the litter upon it. Is the niece, Miss-Miss Greathead: of avery Ford, in a low, apologetic tone, busy with procured a chair and a candle and with a maintained on storm swept shoals on our
She really was a very good looking woman. Quixotic spirit? at all likely to burn the paper. care and minuteness that would have done sea coast may be taken as evidence that
: *. You can undo the harm you haye'innocently the will to benefit some one else? "Oh, Edith, I am verysorr .!" Miss Great- credit to a Fondie";, I looked along the top such :|structure as Mr. Anderson devises
: caused, Mr. Warrington, by getting She's not so mad as to throw away seventy head had risen, too, and put her hand upon of row after row of the calf-bound books, might be made with some modifications as
; ; me a glass of water, if you will be so I thousand pounds, if you mean that. the elder woman's shoulder. The servants that on three sides concealed the walls from to shape and length, to stand moored to
I I kind. You startled me a little. I was prepared I Good heavens, sir, what suggested such a were filing out. Miss Chilling pushed the floor to cealing. Two sides had been examined anchor blocks in deep water. If this much
to find darkness and loneliness, but thing to you?*' other aside, not cruelly, but as if she were before I found what I had expected.Low ., could be demonstrated the work of connect
I not to meet any one." I told him all that had occurred on the in the way. down between the fire-place and one of ing the structure with one of the transatlantic
I. If I have frightened you I do wish I had Saturday night, just as I have related it The will show me the will !1" she said, the windows it was, almost within reach of cables would bejsimple: ; and the struc
stayed away-which is unselfish" I added above. If my readers feel a tithe of the in hoarse, low tones, holding out one white the writing-table. Then I sat down on the ture,thus serving the purpose of a mid-ocean
gallantly; "but it is curious that fate should wonder expressed, I am satisfied with my hand imperatively. Mr. Ford handed it to floor, :put the candle beside me, and took telegraph station, would be: an immense
have led me here to-night for the first time powers of description. her without a word. She took it to the out my watch. boon both 'to navigatien and to meteorological -
this year." If you had not told me face to face, sir, window and examined it carefully. Won- Sevfcn minutes passed before, Thomas re: science.

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He strides on the peaks, and temples the I pressed up, considerably larger than the : GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
slopes, required size, are covered with rubber and ,' .. ;: ; IJI: :B: .

And ensouls the virtues in exquisite clay; tin foil, to prevent the material from being >. t ... ,t.N "'':''",..- CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT 'i

He banners the world with beautiful hopes, injured by water, and are then placed under ."'''- 4'w JtI,".' :.-."-.'"" .,',.' ,. :. ;.r;::::::::::JI:! ::::!
That flutter a moment, and float away. : water pressure. By means of this, which is .. : FERNANDINA, FLA.
; .
;; ;/ i' ,i:j / I
the only machine of the kind in existence .", ;; ; ::; AND It t
And never a man was nearer the hells the balls are placed under a pressure of {''':'.' ;. 7' ; S Sr Hay, Corn, Oats +
Than the dreamer waked by the noisy i
from 3,000 or 4,000 pounds to the square ', ::fi. : :UL.'.: '
note- inch. The water touching the ball at "" JAMES McGIFFIN,
every .
Like discord!: laughed from the myriad bells point and the being trans- -' .. ; :t : ,,>!,::, :IIO :
throat- pressure equally ..,.-. .. AND BUILDER, I
That morning wears at her misty mitted, the result is a perfectly'pressed ''' 1 CONTRACTOR +

When the great world leaps, like a giant sphere, of just the same specific gravity in :. {.," :\!: i.IS i.- ;;. -: .: ;'" Alachua Street between Second and Third

waked, one spot as in another. Without this appa- '" '" ',.;' ,: .....'......' : CC > > ,
To haggle and hope and palter! and pray ratus, the successful manufacture of billiard I. ._f"-- FERNANDINA, FLA.
The eternal prayer of the thirst unslaked, balls from bonsilate would have been im ',.,".' .Hlt "'"'h.-.I'i.<,,it1'!:":./:,>'_,.' -. > { Fernandina, }} E Orders and estimates from a distance carefully -
: ,
And batter and burn his temples away ; possible. A simple but ingenious contri- 'I,. ..<.".. .m'"''.I While mother-love in the eagle's breast- .. ,, '0' 'f' .-
vance is also employed to ascertain when \ '; i ':'! i .
In the pitiful scheme contrived on high- the balls are perfectly poised or balanced. 'f .. 1;:; :B .j Cor. Centre & Third.' } S.fIiJ' O. S. OAKES, L

Means an orphaned brood in thebulbulsnest They are first weighed, and are then placedin I Y
a flat dish of mercury. This subtle fluid I .4.-1ry;:- CONTRACTOR
That the hungry eaglets shall not die. detects the slightest shade of inaccuracy, .. ,< ,. ;;":.I.[ ::. TIlE NEW STORE. AND BUILDER,

and the balls in the lathe and ,
are put cor- .J !:' .jJ.' 3
And all that the dazed dreamer can find [\N UF ACTURF..8DOORS }
rected until they are absolutely true. Not
Of the peaceful sweets of Harmony Land, / "':'J .< ; AND WINDOW FRAMES ";
only billiard but pool and bagatelle balls ;/ : : > :
blind ,
burnt black in soul burnt .
Are hopes a '
are made. The prices at which they are .j. ... -{!.-"". j'. ;'" OF ALL SIZES. +
ashes clutched in his
And some yet-hot sold are far below those charged for ivory, 'fr' ,... Post Office Box 174.
ranging from $5.50 to $13.50 per set of four ex' {J.... jan4 Fernandina, Fla

But rejoice all men Anon on his sight, balls for billiards,and from$2G to$50 per set .'. /' t STOVES TIN-WARE ETC.
And faded and far, on the edge of the of sixteen balls for pool.-Albany Argus. ':?t. ':.. LOUIS A. C. LANGE,
world- ,,,...,, ;. i

Like a twilight meshed in the fringe of A RAILROAD REPORTER GOES .'!:>:f' ; .I! W. P. STREETY, TTPHOLSTERER U SADDLE +I '
night :. t ....,, ,
INTO SOCIETY. \ >Of : Second Street, opposite the Post-Office Foot of Centre Street*
His beautiful banner is half unfurled ;
',. -.
< ''Jr.,
And he saith to his soul: "A goodly landIs The railroad reporter, with a man spread ," FERNANDINA FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
over the sea, and the winds are fair; before him, busily engaged in building the '..' FLA. Furniture repaired in the best manner.
Now sift from outof the shifting sand last link of a road which was to connect the ?'" .' T Hair Mattresses made to order at short
The gold that aeons have gathered there, X. Y. W. and the G. 0. H. roads, forming a :'., :hY,' -. = = notice. 36 { .;
And encrinite disks of forgotten seas; grand trunk line between the important .', .',.:
Seek shells that sing of the mermaids' hair : points of A. and Z., the local traffic of which .. ,J DR. "V. E. SNYDER, '

Find frozen tears of the amber trE'es- would pay operating expenses, fix charges, ,., "V.VII._ .'.
The opulent tombs of the insect things 5 per cent, quarterly dividends, with an occasional .if ..' 0UlH
That buzzed by the rash Heliades' lips-; scrip issue to holders of preferred 'a

Buy meniver fur that the Russ-man brings; paper. While thus engaged the society edi- > c:>
And embark them ali in the stately ships, tor turned in his chair, pulled down his cor- THE FLORIDA 1 1y ["1 iy r -- I Irt
And sail away ; and never again sage and said: )
Return to the land where the woodnymph'strack "Are you much of a ladies' man ?" .t"1. e;::
"Me Yes, I am : always on time, although rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. NIN IT M W di
Is burned from the hill and washed from I may not look it," said the railroad 7 .t"1 = i !

the fen." reporter, very calmly."At ?
one time I was a regular standard Fernandina,

And rebukes his soul : Thou looketh back, gauge, steel rail, stone ballast swell, but for OPERATIONS FIRST-CLASS; 20 years'
And treasureth dust of the rootless thing late years I have uncoupled that sort of bus. Towns on R. R. Line charges reasonable. Sets

That blossomed in air and fed on the breathOf iness, and have been running on a different of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and .
marvelous lies, that Oneiros sings- line." And Cedar Key. every set warranted to fit or money refunded. it!

Of gain that is loss and life that is death t; Do you think you could relieve me tonight STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and .'
Behold! soul of mine, our treasures are here, of a recherche" affair among the creme made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand
In the trusty ships, and anon will buy de la creme, and do justice to the tout ensemble AND SHEET-IRON WARE advice free, and willingly given. 10

Possessions and power and princely cheer of the soiree?" Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large I
And honors and fume that never shall die." "I think I can, if there's time to make ROOFING AND GUTTERING, t
the transfer without missing connection number of the most eligible and desirable ETC. i"
But the sea-god bought from Alia's lips "You'll be on hand to witness the de- PUMPS, DRIVEN; WELLS, ETC. -_ t ,

The kiss that her blue eyes offered the nouement. Its the marriage of Coloneli'Oille's Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for ESTABLISI.IED 1S7. %- *\
A stock of
large Staves on hand. Give
throne, daughter. Pay strict attention to mea
And with the wealth of the call, and compare my prices with those of -- F.I
paid stately the bride's costume, and write up a detailed City or Suburban Residences, .
ships, description of it." other houses, here orelsewhere.: DRUGS and MEDICINES ;
And left to the man but his |ife alone. The railroad reporter took out his linen UPON EASY TERMS. -

duster from the bottom of his escritoire,
I But rejoice all men He saith to his soul: borrowed a chew of tobacco from the political Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
Soul, tarry thou here by the blown bare reporter and started for the residence of HORSEY & CO.PHARMACISTS

lee; Colonel D'Oille. Among the wedding no- parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- .,
For hither anon will the sea-wheels roll tices next morning was the following:
With ligan you lent clamorous sea; Last night a large number high joints rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

And hither perchance will new prayers push blockaded the residence of Colonel D'Oille, KENDALL'S =I 1= -
home, to witness the marriage of his lovely daughter erty purchased substantial improvementsfor SPAVIN CURE
out the nethermost sea's embrace, Jeannie Baptiste, to the Hon John
The residence or in which to conduct their
jetsam you fed the furious foam ,
Quincy Jeems, Jr. Colonel D'Oille was gen-
Through spume of the prayers blown backin eral manager of the entire guest system, and business. Centre Street,
your face, had his headquarters established in the din-
When heaven's high door blew shut in the in and left his FERNANDINA FLORIDA .
-room, only post and the INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS I
storm. side-board, where the gentlemen passengers .
?i Yea with checks were frequently sidetrackedfor by exemption for a term of years from -- --=-: -- ------.: -- -
rejoice all men ; give thanks and be --- -.- = -= constantly on hand a fine assort ,
to --= .. KEEP
glad repairs, go through parlors on a ;. = of FRESH and PURE FOR-
of Mrs. Colonel taxation, offered by the several cities and ,
And garment thy souls with thanks and be trip inspection. D'Oille MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY EIGN and DOMESTIC
acted as commissioner of the guest pool and THE 4 .,
warm towns. Apply to discovered, as it is certain in its ; 4,
For throned Uncertainty, that is clad superintendent of the dining service, and effects and does not blister. READ PROOF fy +
In spent the most of her time fixing the divis- CHAS. W. LEWIS, Drugs and Chemicals
splendors of myth, and crowned as a BELOW. : ,
ions of the supper courses and seeing themto Office Beach 1 4
god, cor. & 7th sts., Fernandina.
their destination on schedule time. It .'
Hath said The
to Impossible "Perchance !
To Distance: Deface thy measuring rod ;" was, in fact, Mjller-platform, Westing- Saved Him $1,800.00.I I Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Ir; .; ,
house-brake paper-car-wheel occasion. Just
To Ugliness: "Love wake at } }
glance may thy before the arrival of the reverend conductorwho as? ADAMS N. Y., January 30, 1882. Proprietary and<< Fancy Goods, I! ra

To Death : "; Thou art far and to was going to pull the bell for the mat- Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
Prayer: away ; rimonial trip. Colonel D'Oille left the side- GENTS-Having used a good deal of your FINE TOILET ARTICLES

"I will kiss thee on thy mouth when I board and started up grade with a heavy Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I ,
smell load, and in consequence slipped an eccen- thought I would I let you" know what it has Pi''
The altar-incense tangled in thy hair tric, and came into the parlor running on done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., k N t tIN

If thy budded faith shall have blossomedwell. one side, but was flagged down in time to colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
." prevent his jamming his head through a bay When I was breaking him he kicked over GREAT VARIETY.

window. The Colonel in stopping to fill .... the crossbar and got fast and tore one of his rH

Believe! every man that breathes the air; his tank too often, lost the right of way, and ", hind legs all to pieces.? I employed the best $&* Physicians Prescriptions 't
And swear to thy soul the beautiful lie- did not witnsss the ceremony. farriers but they all :said he was spoiled.He .
Of lean Deformity plumped here and there The bride, a slender beauty, was dressedin .. .: had a very :large thorough-pin, and I carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

And painted and decked to cozen the eye, a flowing robe de chambVe, or yellow ..7., ':-;:: used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin reasonable prices. _
Like an ugly woman tricked to seem fair- tinted bobinet muslins a la ecru, looped at Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and i ;
And never dreamer from dreams the sides with a Hungarian pompadour of 'I' he sold afterwards for$1800(dollars). I have I
a arouse; DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PAL.VER. .-
And kiss the generous lie on her face ; blue grenadine and fichus of Queen Anne used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit I .

For truth is a stubborn comfortless spouse gimp. The dress was cut on an incline of ;. ., has always cured completely and left the PALMEK BRO'S i :y

That mocks at the joy. in theJoy's embrace, forty-eight degrees across the shoulders and : ;' ',, leg smooth. fit 'V M ?
And schedules the scars of a bootless strife curved around under the arm. The bosomof t. It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. V.
And playthings the gods forget to replace the fair bride was surrounded with a ... : I have recommended it to a good many and I II II II II 1+ I II I i II II II I 't" !.

And dust that was hearts and rot that was, trestlework of Louis XIV. lace, and her .., (!:. f' they all say it does the work. I was in With- PHARlIACISTSr !

life.Believe waist was surfaced up and filled with artifi- :... ,Lt' s'-._ ,;. erington Kneeland's drug store in Adams, mifi&i) -
cial flowers, made attractive by several nar the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou +- !l

rejoice, give thanks and bend knee! row-gauge short lines of red trimming, J ti' sent them. I tried to buy it, but could t .
Though fame be faint by forgotten graves which skirted around and centered at a f not; they said if I would write to you that *
On the blown bare sands of the desolate lee ; common terminal point on the crest of the you would send me one. I wish you would, Centre Street, near Depot,

Though never the wheels of the toiling polonaise. Down the front was a midland ,i' :. and I will do you all the good I can.

waves route of antique buff serge intersected by ,l.: Very respectfully, E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. I "

Roll the ligan home from the ruinous sea ; numerous feeders of costly fez merine. Ar- 0' t

Though the jetsam rusts in the coral caves ticles of agreement were signed, and the first ., ','
1, That Thetis' handmaid locks with a key ; annual report will be awaited with interest. Spavin Cure.ON ABSOLUTELY PUREE ';

Though weary the way of the wounded feet 4"- N
I Rejoice and be glad-that the lie wax sweet! Vx.-We take pleasure in directing atten- W1m
Oconomowoc, Wis.Oscar F. Jones. tion to the advertisement of this popular .\. .- VEVAY, IND., August 12, 188!. -'
Seminary. It is located in one of the health- ; 1, Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: DRUGS AND CHEMICALS -
THE BILLIARD BALL.ITS iest climates in the world, where every Y. GENTS-Sample of circulars received to- ,

breeze contributes to the physical vigor fits ., day. Please send me some with my imprint,

PROCESS OF MANUFACTUBE VERY PECULIAR pupils. It presents attractions unsur- ., r'.'. .. yr printed on one side Qnly. The Kendall's; Standard Patent Medicines,
passed if not unequalled in the Union. Its '. ., Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
INDUSTRY. buildings are home-like and elegant, grounds > ,<,. ;- ; .. and not only for animals but for human ;
The manufacture of billiard balls from attractive scenery grand. : !'",' f"PI ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the -I| Fancy TOILET ArticlesTI- 1

celluloid and bonsilate is a peculiar indus- This school is attended by 160 boarding .: leading farmers in our county, sprained an
try, from the fact that the only factory of pupils from 18 different States. It has made ,-,.- r .-. ankle badly, and knowing the value of the *
the kind in the world is in this city. A great reduction in the cost of education. f- c remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it PERFUMERY, ? -

large proportion of the balls now made are Among the lowest terms in the Union. A.d J'!i,,.-,-- v.- .- \ did far better than he bad expected; cured ?

of celluloid, but only for the reason that Board washing, fdel, lights, English, Latin, .: : :. ': rv';; ." the sprain in very short order. I/UBIIV'S: EXTRACTS, etc. $
; ; "-; ,
: : .1. .r"
the machinery is not as well adapted to the French, German, elocution, instrumental r L '.' ;' Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND. .

manufacture will of bonsilate balls. The time nmsi(>7-$23S, for entire scholastic year. See r.If.... "'r.,,;..J"... :: ;. Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for$5. All ;SJ- Especial and careful attention paidto A e
come, however when all the balls will advertisement. For catalogue address Rev. ..;1, :. druggists have it or can get it for yon, or it PHYSICIAXS'
be made of the latter material. The celluloid Wm. A. Harris, President, Staunton, Va. .will be sent to any address on receipt of PRESCRIPTIONS, by

which is received in large white sheets, ,',;'.,,'. ." .. price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KENDALL an experienced Druggist.
is first cut into small square pieces about A true iron medicine, beneficial to the '' ; & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. SME. RABB, the Manager, will sleep ,
five-eighths of an inch in size. These are young as well as the old who suffer from ,. ;/ :---: Send for Illustrated Circular. the store
over and will
tf.-:' .. respond to all calls
placed into mould heated '" a
a previously by dyspepsia, etc., is BRown's Iron Bitters Sold by all Druggists. at night. 5 I

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excite their distrust in the good 1 THE PUBLIC HEALTH. over the field and verify the data gath- A. S. Nims Appellant vs. C. E. Kim s. At>
and to
Ag THE FLORIDA \ IRPOPSATURDAY tiers, Florida Transit There is naturally at this season of the ered for him by the several corps of engi- pellee-Leon count-
of the
faith of the labor.
A managers neers during six weeks ofincessant RANDALL C. J.:
& Peninsular Railroad in carrying out the year a good deal of attention directed to the We trust that these facts will calm the

JULY 14, 1883. generous and liberal assurances: given by question of the public health. No subject apprehensions of the editor of the )IiTTOT.It 1.take When and a state reference a partnership is made account to a masterto the

Mr.: Yulee in his letter of 25th June, 1881. concerns the public generally more nearly is possible the that confident General Stone's of report the Ship may report should state the account in such
CANAL. not justify hopes
THE SHIP to the ordinary manner that the court judge whether
than this. In addition ap- may
has to
All that the News-Advance urge Canal Company-it is too early as yet to
is correct. It should state the
the Tima-Union account at
esteemed to fever
Our coteraporary ,
< felt in'reference that
A of its former article seems to prehension pronounce authoritatively upon point
in justification length and his findings, so that they will be
in its issue of the 6th, refers to the commentsof be in the nature of suspicion and surmise. one of the most ,destructive forms of epidemics -but we can,assure our contemporary that intelligible and that the court may see the

+ t tt, .d the Mirror upon a statement in the Nashville Mr. Yulee the country has bad an unusual his conclusions will be based upon adequate correctness of the master's inferences.
1 According,to its own statement, observations, and will be such as an engi-
American as indicating hostility to the prevailing, and now 2. A master's report that he finds a balance -
amount of small-pox afford to
1881 given of world-wide reputation can
tl had, as early as September, neer in favor of in book A
a and
scheme. We do not think our home of the chol- partner a
canal East the
ship that from the distant stand by.
relinquishments, and it not alleged balance against him in another book, is not
indicate such a feeling. The Mirror of trouble from It be well to say further that even
remarks hear the forerunners may
4 there has been any revocation of the assur- era, we an intelligible statement of an account,
made is merely
t has always regarded with great interest ances given by him. The only allegation that dread disease.In the"preliminary survey thus," its carefully objects being two in showing whether it is correct or not.

: the project of a ship canal across Florida. It made ancient times these death-dealing epidemics 3. A stipulation that an order confirminga
A made is, "that objections have been number, namely, ((1)) to settle the question master's no exception having been
1 '+ w : has published very many articles in its favor, by the attorney of the railroad under the were regarded as the visitations of God whether a tide-water ship canal across the filed, shall be set aside on the final hearing

I- :. and glad to furnish its ready submitted like the storm and the peninsula of Florida is a feasible engineering made that there
', < nasaiwayaoeeii managers' to the confirmation of to be to, which of if it be to appear are grounds
'present ascertain
., ',3 ers with information of interest bearing onthis I Modern science regards themas enterprise; ((2)), to of exception to the report: and it appear-
St. .a" x. [some] entries made on such lands and that earthquake. several proposed routes offer the fewest ob-_
ing that the report is not correct nor intelligible l-
subject.The this to the results of the violation of and the greatest ad van-
Supposing necessary possesses
"know of case.
; ', I ;; ., they a the order of confirmation should be
statement it commented upon wasgi'en it laws and seeks to prevent and to tages. These vital questions settled in a
: t : be the case of which we know nothing, physical "locating"survey vacated and exceptions allowed to be filed.
the final
of Mr. A.W.Jones. satisfactory manner, bill filed dissolve
On to
s f'; upon the authority there remedy. 4. a partnershipand
: : may well be that in some will be at once begun and will be

i f:). a director, we believe, of the company, af. may be reasons deemed by the attorney or Naturally prevention of the introductionof conducted with such care and upon such a nership for an should accounting be decreed, the fact before of a the copart-defendant -

f.- r. .t-i' gentleman who was prominent at Tallahassee railroad authorities of sufficient weight to contagious or infectious diseases has, under scale that its cost will not be much less than is required to account.
, ., I' ',.Pi in getting the charter passed, and who and more rigid proof made the instinct of self-preservation, causedlaws 35000. 5. A final decree as between partners

,; : ,$! has been somewhat prominent in all that cause inquiry to be passed to enable commuuities to Another point upon which we can reas- ought not to be made until the debts of the
t. .r. : :, than in ordinary cases. sure our contemporary is this t the ship canal ascertained and adjusted.
relates to that project. His statement, apparently have deemedit protect themselves We have had in this will go forward as a bona fide business concern are
IIi; ,'t- ". 1" The fact that the company Decree reversed.
1 ;;' 'L ,h was intended to convey to a friend to question the claims of some State for a long time quarantine laws, in enterprise, or it will not go forward at John A.Henderson, for appellant; D. S.
; necessary The men who are in it are in it, of course,
, ', :' } 4 tf ",:: : correct information as to what was being of the homestead claimants does not at all establish reference' to vessels coming into our portson for the purpose and in the expectation of Walker. Jr., for appellee. '

+ :"b J done in Florida by the company in the way which sickness of. an infectious or con- making no such enterprise, not ;JJ
fJ; the charge that they are not disposedto money; John T. Howard, Appellant vs. David
k P: surveys carry into effect their promises to bona Moore, et al.. Respondents-Jackson coun
Times-Union's statement as to the work of vessels for a certain tered upon for purposes of philanthrophy.But .
r the isolating pe-
f t '} :' fide settlers. The only point at issue may purpose the money is to be made by putting ty.WESTCOTT

,;1 : < ; t' ';l' being done and the intentions of the company be, and doubtless is, whether these parties riod coming from foreign ports where infec- money into it as a legitimate investmentand J.:

.." ,,1Y t t', _: and are glad to learn that thorough belong to the class of bona fide settlers. The tious diseases prevail. by offering a legitimate investment to No lien enures under Chapter 3132, Laws,

';::, 'f surveys have been determined upon to ascertain senior editor of More recently we have had laws enacted other capitalists. The men :who will con- in favor of a laborer for a subcontractoragainst
\ able and experienced
; very duct the ship canal to success are men who a railroad company where the only
of canal -
1? ;: '.it'f# f ::rlf first the feasibility a the News-Advance knows that contests have which give power to Boards of Health to could not afford, even- if they had the disposition privity of contract existing is i between the

P' 'L t yfi ; and secondly, the route to be most suitable always been very numerous before the offi- institute a land quarantine, which, how- to identify themselves with immature company and the first contractor.

;1 j.;, i. We feel bound to accept with caution Land between individuals ever, is a misnomer. Quarantine derives its or speculative schemes." Judgment reversed.
of Department,
made by the Times-Union that cers for In conclusion, we suggest to our contem- John A. Henderson and D.L. McKinnon.for .
: the statement from forty, the period prescribed
.' :Ii t,1 p to secure cancellation of homestead name that there is no occasion for jealous appellant ; Benjamin S. Liddon, for ap
i the parties engaged in the surveys not pratique, or lying isolated, under the old porary such as
: ', :jI entries on the ground that they were hostility between two enterprises pellees.

;. rS f, ;'j found serious errors in Gen. Gillmore's sur- bona fide legal entries. It is quite natural to European practice.By the ship canal and the barge canal. Even

i vey. The high reputation of that distinguished such the act of 1879 the Board of Health of our contemporary would admit that if a The State ex rel., Turner Gray, Relator, vs.
: of assistants suppose that there are some cases estab- ship canal be practicable, it would be infin- Thomas F. King, Judge etc., Respondent.
;; ', .r'1 1F a engineer and his corps among those who claim homestead entries every incorporated city or town may itely better for Florida, and infinitely better Mandamus.

who with facility for doing their lish land quarantine when, in their judg- world. If ship
r..l t every within the railroad limits.It a for the commerce of the a RANDALL, C. J.:

Ai; o r work, gave a thorough examination of the is always injurious to unnecessarily dis- ment, necessary, and'are..empowered to make canal is not practicable and a barge canal to the is, There is no provision of the statute au-

r ." ; 1' route, negative the idea of any probable incorrectness turb the public mind in reference to titles, rules and regulations to prevent or restrain latter we shall scheme lend, or our to warmest any similar support scheme that thorizing a change of venue in criminal

I in their The discrediting and coming from the ground that the Judge of the
reports. all
t. .j J etc., and to some degree impairs the public any and persons goods promises success. A canal of some kind cases upon Relief
Gillmore's work does not increase infectious of the Circuit Court is disqualified. may
of General where or of Florida is one
city or place any the peninsula
;.. : 1 confidence in obtaining lands in our State. any across be had by the assignment of another judge
this time
labors and at
: I confidence in the merit of the contagious disease prevails or exists from necessities of commerce ;
: ; hold the court and the cause.
f .t' 1 The railroad company have certainly a reasonable doubt that to try
there is scarcely a
'r /': of the engineers who are now making an to entering into such city or town during the canal will be in Alternative writ quashed.S. .
f.I/, right to restrict their relinquishments within six months a ship
,, .! examination. The question of the practicability entitled to existence of such ,quarantine. For the purpose of construction.-Times-Union. Y. Finley, for Delator.
such only as are fairly process
tide-watei canal has been decided persons the of ---
of a of such quarantine jurisdiction -
'. : i i them. They should not be censured for requiring -
f' I, iI' i. adversely by the United States engineers. reasonable proof that such partiesare such city of town shall extend to the boundaries SENATOR JONES IN IRELAND.

A channel can undoubtedly I excavated and if of the county in which the same shall be I
t. : :
entitled to the relinquishment, RECEPTION AT HIS NATIVE TOWN OF
'I 1 between Fernandina and the St.Johns river. situated, and in case there shall be two 01 : GRAND
r they, on the judgment of their attorney, BALBRIGGAN.
t. f" I, Doctor's Lake, the suggested point for his case, they would naturally like any pri- each on the side towards another shall of the 28th,contains the following in regardto

"d' the St. Johns, a line of levels west extend to the line midway between them. Jones "Sen-
1 t t i:' t vate person to take an appeal in order to the European trip of Senator : w chpy ,

1t1 I I t will cross the ridge on a plateau on which have a final adjudication. The railroad Ample powers are given to the Board ol ator Jones, of Florida, is the hero of the day ROYAL Rotwr'3f

, S ,; 'U 1 t the Florida Transit Railroad'runs at an company ought not to be censured, or to be Health ; a bare majority can transact all in Ireland. His pro-Irish speeches in the
!' of 140 feet above tide- business and no appeal lies in any way
' r" + la elevation of upwards circulation in both
( ., : distrusted as to their general action, becauseof United States had a large
On the western slope of the ridge we from their judgment. The board consists of
i water. individual cases which they have investi- England and Ireland. The warm reception

t .S..(.. 1.t i. I have absolutely no harbor on the Gulf coast gated. but five persons, two of whom are requiredto accorded him in London by the Irish parlia- 3i

t. 'S t: south of Deadman's Bay. This route would ,. The Mirror desires to promote good feel- be experienced physicians.The mentary party, upon his arrival there, served i .i ..li.sI
( 'I
{ "; be circuitous, and would have to be carried railroad and t.heI I intention of this law was to enlargethe but to make his friends in Ireland where he I .

. :. the Suwannee river. The distance ing between the company powers of the local authorities, but ex- was born, give him an ovation. When the
: across to be benefited by its con- f
. people who are Floridian reached Balbriggan.
t'' from Fernandina to Doctor's Lake would beN themselves to perience of its operation during the present his birth he found almost the
: : t f struction. They have shown the place of S1 h
,; "r s L about 75 miles, part river and part canal, but be liberal, and we must believe that they year has shown that its provisions need re entire population turned out to receive him,

all requiring extensive dredging. From Doetot's vision. The powers given are too arbitraryand and, although the Senator has few relativesat
S : ; will be native town and the
just. in his ,
i the living
( Lake to Deadman's Bay the distance too broad, and are unnecessary present
'1 ; ; Our esteemed contemporary must not lay principal object of his trip was to visit the

r !1 would be, in an air-line 135 miles, making a us the inocuous suggestion of proper protection of cities or towns. family graves in Balrothery churchyard, he

; x'' s total distance from Atlantic to Gulf of 210 up against The best remedy would probably be in found the streets arched with evergreens in 4KIr4G
'S.i the News-Advance to select good
; the ability of with rib-
( miles. the committal of the whole subject to a his honor, the buildings festooned
f''. agents if any were needed, but we don'tthink could frame bons and flowers, and the populace turned
the Health who
the route via Board of ,
Gen. Gillmore surveyed received at
If i agent will be needed, or that there out in holiday attire. He was
1 St. Marys and gives the summit level at Oke- any general regulations to insure the protectionof the station by a large delegation of the
: for alarm.
: ..' finokee 105 feet, and the distance from the is any ground the commonwealth, and by the uniformity townsmen and presented with an address by

r I Atlantic to the Gulf via the St.Iar.s and --- -- -- ----- of their application give greater protec- the Town Commissioners. In and the told evening that POWDERAbsolutely

f:, : : f FLORIDA'S EXPORTS VIA SAVANNAH. under existing Senator Jones was banqueted
:? i I Ellaville to St. Marks 170 miles. tion than is now possible his native townsmen felt that they were

w E+u w I If We shall await the report of the engineer laws. an duty bound to do all honor to an Irish-

f i i t with much interest and The point raised by Mr. Papy in his brief Local Boards of Health are apt to be influ- man who, in the great American Republic, Pure.
field ,
!:.:,; now in the remarks to the press representatives, that all enced local causes, too great confidence, by his splendid success, had shown the
establish by
f shall rejoice if they are able to a of Florida products made world how, thoroughly capable Irishmenwere POWDER never varies. A marvel
the shipments Under the
line which will give a tidal waterway across or unreasonable timidity. power to embody and represent the principlesof THIS purity,strength and wholesomeness.More .
t. al through Savannah would be credited to that to the borderof On the following kinds
the Peninsula. There is a difference between given to extend a quarantine self-government. day economical than the ordinary
f i i.1' its details or port and State, was one of very considerable a county a small incorporated town of Thursday last,Senator Jones went to Dublinon and cannot be sold in competition with the

I \ : I A opposing a route and criticising importance to Florida, its people, and its and decides his way back to Liverpool. He was multitude of low test,short weight alum or

:: discussing its features plans, probabilities There transported over the 300 inhabitants legislates upon made the recipient at the Irish capital of phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
I seaports. were affecting, perhaps, the Mr. Parnell and CO.
s + and Our correspondents have sanitary questions another demonstration. ROYAL BAKING POWDER ,
w "' .; promoters. criticised the Transit Road in April and May 176,000 whole people of a county, numbering many A u..il. Healy traveled! in a -c--n.special train from 38 106 Wall Street New York.

: 't' sometimes very freely present crates of vegetables, of which fully three- Monaghan in order to be present at the
: canal as presented to thousands.State Parnell in the
Mr. ,
ship demonstration.
" transferred at Callahan to the Dublin
were been established FAIRMOUNT
; Health have THE
the public. The barge canal has been criti- Boards course of a brief address upon this occasion
I: f 4 Savannah Florida & Western Railroad, for and
S The with favorable results elsewhere, described Senator Jones as a strong link be-

:; ; ; cised by the ship canal projectors. barge shipment by Savannah steamers.In I would doubtless, be beneficial to our own tween the Irish and American people, andas YOUNGLADIES..

I ; '; canal, like the ship canal, must stand upon making up the commercial statistics of a living demonstration of the thoroughcapacity

" ; '.. :. ,,: its own merits. We are greatly interested the value of the. exports of Georgia, all the State. of the Irish people under favorable INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT

.' in it as a scheme calculated to be of great THE SHIP CANAL, SURVEY.Our circumstances, for self-govemment.-Phill1- THIS
: sect to market via Sa-
: : fruit and vegetables 28th.SUPREME.
: and for its early the Fernan- dttphia Special, MOUNT EAGLE TENN.,
value to the State, we hope and makeup esteemed contemporary,
; : vannah are credited to Georgia, ----
J --
: the lead- -
t We likewise hope that the ship I dina Mirror, whose editor is one of
;.' ,; : '. completion. part of the aggregate commerce of that ing spirits of the barge canal project, has an COURT. on the plateau of the Cumberland Mountains -

: 'J; canal will be built at an early day. port.In. editorial in last week's issue in which an ,a few miles from the University of the

ij I estimating the relative importance of attempt is made to throw discredit upon the HEAD-NOTES OF DECISIONS, JUNE TERM, 1883. South. The location presents unequaled ad-

ix 1 44 HOMESTEAD SETTLERS ON RAIL- ship canal. Copying an unauthorized and Peter Earnest, Plaintiff in Error, vs. The vantages for health being on the mountainand

: r ROAD LANDS. works embraced in the River and Harbor manifestly incorrect item from an outside State Defendant in Error-Leon county. free from all malaria or liability to con

Bill, the commerce and products of the State newspaper, it expresses a desire to see an J. : tagious diseases.
'. The information factors and in this'way the of such magnitude and impor- All the branches usually] pursued in
tt; of the above communications we are all familiar are important based more solid examina- 1. "Premeditation" is defined as mean- French Seminaries are taught, inclusive of

with, as it has already been made exports of Florida, passing through Savan- tance,than a two upon weeks' survey of the proposed ing, intent before the act, but not necessarily Modern: Languages.
t tions
: ,, public to the world. Yet, in the face ol nah, go to increase the claims of that port route." existing any extended time before the Music is made a specialty under MADAME
',. a r"i t$ these assurances, we know for a fact that for the amount of appropriation to be r'Ve are in a position to state that that desire act. Premeditated design, as used in the DEBARRY, a teacher of very high reputa
' I the attorney for the railroad has appealed in the amplest possible statutes relating to homicide, means an tion. whose testimonials are from the first
: harbor will be gratified
; for the of its "
of improvement and
; from the decision of the Commissioner measure-that it i is? even now in process of to kill, design means "intent, musical professors from abroad and in this

' h V : I the General Land Office, confirming entries and Florida and Fernandina. where all this fulfillment. For nearly a month past Mr both words imply premeditation. country.

.1 'of lands in odd sections made prior to the2Gth produce might have been shipped, lose the A. F. Hill, an engineer whose competency 2. Thequestion premeditation isa question The charges of this school: are moderate.
d 1881 the date the grant took and not of law and like all
of which fair statement of the and whose character are alike unimpeachable of For terms and circulars address
[+ effect, according to the decision of the Department advantage a of the State would has been making surveys of several proposed other facts, it must be determined by the SILAS B. McBEE, Principal.
of the Interior. commercial products
most of that time hehas jury. Fer
routes. During References G. R. Fairbanks, Esq.,
.. 't We know of a case almost within our corporate have given. had two of engineers in the field,,, 3- A charge to a jury, that"on the subjectof : H. Robinson Jacksonville:
corps nandina Dr.
limits where the party, having entered Savannah has enough to boast of in its examinations have been made with malice or a premeditated design, I instruct ; 24
and the Crescent City.
y Rev. A. W. Knight,
homestead is
tract of land under the that when a killing proved,,
a and with the most you
; from the State of the utmost possible care,
t .: laws of the United States, and having complied own legitimate exports modern scientific instruments. the law presumes that it was done from apremeditated BOARD.

] ,. with the requirements of said laws, Georgia, and does not need the makeweightof improved in accordance with General design, unless it shall appeal SUMMER

ic, ;, ,I proved up and received from the United the Florida output, while it would be of At Stone's the outset instructions, use was made of the from the evidence either on the part of the DESIRING TO FIND SUM

; f{ +, 1 States Land Office at Gainesville Iris final to in the consideration by observations of General Gillmore and pre defence or the State that there was excuseor PERSONS in the up-country can secure

JI s Ie receipt; (which is evidence that he is entItled great help us but not satisfied that these justification ; and in the absence of ex- pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle, Tennessee
: for said from the United Congress of the importance of our seaport. vious surveyors ; law malice, or a KELLS Mount
k' to a patent entry unimpeachably accurate-having, in planation the implies pre- by addressing )!P.8. H. B. ,
States) wherein an appeal was taken by :Mr are fact, detected some rather glaring discrepancies meditated design from the use of a deadly Eagle, Tenn. The location is on the plateau

C. D. Willard himself. The French are progressing in the work between them-Mr. Hill determined to weapon : Held, to be error. of the Cumberland Mountainand very cool
Now, if the present managers of the rail entirely, and make entirely 4. It is not in cases of a doubt, created by and refreshing.
.. the them
: road mean to do right by these settlers, and of opening up to European trade valleyof discard of the proposed routes. the evidence, in the minds of the jury, that Board $25 to $30 per month, in a pleasant
'.' ., to carry out to the letter "the spirit of liberality the Niger river. Colonel Desbordes, who This independent week surveys engineering corps, under Mr. they are to acquit a prisoner on trial, but il amily. Daily communication with Sewa-
/ I evinced by Mr. Yulee in the communication ad- an must be reasonable doubt, one conformable of the University of the
_,' has charge of the expedition recently D. D. Rogers is running a level across the a nee, the location
above quoted, why are these to reason, a doubt which would satisfv a 23
the Senegal river will furnish an absolutely South.
Medine that
vanced from on watershed
f appeals taken? Why object' to these entries: base line for further computa reasonable man. It is said to be, that

> -, being confirmed? to Bammakou, near the headwaters of the trustworthy and another is advancing from state of the case which, after the comparison REMOVAL.MR. .
;I The above, from the last issue of our ex Niger, at which the proposed railroad con- tions the west, to meet Mr. Rogers. On Wednesday and consideration of all the condition evidence L. C. A. LANGE UPHOLSTERERetc.

cellent contemporary, the Noes-Advance, oLeesburg necting these two rivers is to end. The great Mr. Hill left for: Cedar Key, where he leaves the minds jurors in feel that an abiding .. begs to inform his customers that

1 :< obstacle in the is the hostility of the has engaged a !steam yacht, and he will that they cannot say they- removed his place of business from
the involved of the he has
j 1j 1f ,hardly meets question the next fortnight in personally con- conviction, to a moral certainty, STREET next door
force spend Centre Street to FIFTH ,
{ : its editorial of Cth June natives. The French expeditionary of the truth of the charge.
j 1 in our strictures on hydrographical survey va- Patrick Kelly.
i ik \ : ducting a trial awarded to the residence of Mr.
the time and
and from reversed
attacked new
t The point of our criticism was the apparllt1) was frequently rious points on the Gulf coast that have Judgment At-, Thanking the public for past patronage.
S. Beard for plaintiff in error;
the 16th John
until his termini. On 27
Desbordes left Medine
that been suggested as continuance of the same.
and uncalled-for attempt he solicits a
unnecessary : Raney for the State. 1
himself will be here togo torney-General ,
its inst. General Stone
/: 'to arouse,the fears of the homesteading. set return the expedition bad to fight way.

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, Professional and Business Cards REAL ESTATE. AN ORDINANCE 1 l 0' f

To Amend an Ordinance Entitled ".An Ordi- '. .' ,- ---. I
: E. LEROY JONES, M.D., nance to Prevent the Introduction of SmallPox '

! ,r .., into the City of Fernpndina. .

HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, :. s'. ... ,,.... '.,..,'.;,,,:.,fA:\.'..,. '- Board of Aldermen .of the City of
Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, I I 1'ernandina, That from and after this date, Corner or Centre and Third Streets. ':"
FLA. .. '"- ;. -. and until Council shall otherwise direct, no
person shall be allowed to enter the City of

Calls answered promptly day or night,and Fernandina, from the City of Jacksonville,

:Medicine furnished without extra charge. : ::J :, or suburbs, who has not a certificate bearingthe -1| SPRING GOODS
: ; : .. L
Office hours:-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to,2 'I'. 't 1 ,: ;., l." :" { signature of a regular practicing physician -
and 7 to 8. 22 lyWM. 0"'t'71'\1',.f', ".9.-. .', ".1t.. of the latter city, together with the seal .
-- .\X .-ri-.r of the city, setting forth that said person ,
B. C. DURYEE, ,-= ; V-J--Y has been successfully vaccinated within rr
"... twelve months, has not lived within any Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments .-

ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, ,, ,- ', infected district and is in good health.
; t for ';
G *v v.-V-. .* *'.1"=. ; Any person having such certificate shall be N hintB
UC&l i1kl
CEXTBE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, : .. allowed to enter the City of Fernandina: w I hUns unUnglJ I.
>" ,
-. ,
: .;.! : f Provided, however, that no excursion parties .
1. 1'it, .
j! < >
j I"
FLA. ":. shall be allowed I'..
FERNANDINA, 'I '".' ', ; ( to enter the-City of Fernan- AND NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS.
dina from Jacksonville or suburbs, and that ,...
,.. '., ',, residents of Jacksonville suburbs shall <
Oats or
Hay, Corn, ". ;, ). 'i(;',. ;.. ."
'".t If" not be allowed to bring into the City of Fer- :

JAMES McGIFFIN, nandina any baggage until such time.as OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT .

i J .t.l'"t Jr.:1: sJi t. Council may direct. "
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, ;. I to SEC. 2. The provisions of this Ordinance Is now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS, .. :

., shall not apply to any person, from Jacksonville '
Alachua Street, between Second and Third, .: v.',,.' '','.r,'f" ,'L.-UJ':' :""L -J suburbs, holding through ticketsfor The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced to Fine Goods.

.. points North.
FERNANDINA, FLA. ; : .;_.'. ..... .. -
:" -'< '
...... SEC. 3. All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances -
Orders and estimates from a distance care- t f' \. .... ;'. conflicting with the provisions of A new Stock Just received and
:- and Shoes
fully attended to. 25-tf "".$.:11' .!:.( ;i.,.. ".. i,. .; .....". .. this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
.. offered at VERY LOW PRICES. .;
-- .' :":":) :/" .,v : -. .; 'I Passed first, second and third. readings, !..
LOUIS A. C. LANGE, ,'t'I.,' .t.tK'"I' :.":. .u C 4 .'.: and adopted, June 20, 1883:; '
'.tvl., p.0:.d' ,:i. .,',_;..;: H I, I F..,C. SUHRER
: "r." p.-- < A large and well-assorted Stock .
UPHOLSTERER IAKER, ., : President of Council. SPRING I H
for HEX, YOUTHS and BOYS ';'.
Attest ,
Foot of Centre Street, / .,
; .' WM. F. WOOD, JR.,
(iE .... lY'l; 'to." .. ;- 1 t'
z : 1/ "' .0'' t. }t-: ; I' .. City Clerk. STYLES.
Furniture repaired in the best manner. .' Approved: .
Mattresses made to order at short -
Hair C. A. HALEY .
Mayor.AN Order BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save"

notice. 36 -: ...... .. 'V-. ">\--t''. ",:: ';;, 7'. .'-. (i trouble, time and expense. .

'" ; .. SSWe are Agents for DEVLIN A CO., leading Clothiers of "

Ei 0 .,'tf"i.. .. .. ,, Entitled an Ordinance to Carryon New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail ,

.;: .; a more General System or receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our '."
ea :: ..- ".. .
= .', ""'A'.. ..0 .f"".f"5." v...,..\.' '. ." Vaccination within the City of resident New York buyer.

an ) Q Fernandina. x

:=:1t'iI Be it ordained,first, That in order'to havea ar. cc, 1rJ-: K -y"I: :> :D ,
lot .'
=='" thorough enrollment of every inhabitantof
: the city of Fernandina, the city shall, for New York Office 83 Walker Street, r FERXAXDIXA, FLORID > i
fI ? '.." the purpose of making such enrollment, be
'. :.., divided into four districts for each of which
I. OPERATIONS FIRST-CLASS; 20 years' f" JI there shall be appointed by Council a competent ,, \ ; ,t._ f ., :,
. \J experience ; charges reasonable. Sets 4."J J person to make an enrollment ac- + i
of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and cording to blanks furnished them by Coun-
every set warranted to fit or money refunded. cil, setting forth the name and residence of
Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and each family in his district, the number of RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.

made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand THE FLORIDA persons habitually residing in such family,
advice free, and willingly given. 10 how many have been vaccinated, with how .tr

OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. many has vaccination taken when vac- MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE !
W. K. BAUKNIGIIT, T cinated and by whom? _

AGENT, Be it further ordained, That immediatelyafter
6 I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL such enrollment is completed the city
i AND STOCK DEALER, Fernandina, physician shall visit every habitation reported FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. f ..vif
BUTCHER by the inspectors to contain
f ANDDealer Towns on R. R. Line.
not vaccinated within two years, and pro- =
i in Ice ceed forthwith to offer his services for and
And Cedar
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY! in behalf of the city.

BROOM STREET WHARF, Be it further ordained, That any person or
19-tf FERNANDINA FLA. persons refusing to be vaccinated shall note =' =
permitted to leave his, her or their placeof

Otters to Lessees and Purchasers a large abode, nor have any communication or
DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. allow any one to visit him, her or them
number of the most eligible and desirable until they are duly vaccinated, under a I4_ ;
EST ADLISI-IED isrs. penalty of not less than $2 nor more than $5 ;- i
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for for each and every offense, or an imprisonment -

of not more than 15 days, or both, at
City or Suburban Residences, the discretion of the :Mayor. :
UPON EASY Passed first, second and third reading
May 23, 1883. F. C. SUHRER,
President of Council.
Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Attest
., parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- [SEAL] WM. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. Y ,
Approved :
rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- C. A. HALEY, Mayor. ;


erty purchased substantial improvementsfor Commissioner's Sale. STATE OF rrEXA8, 1,54:3: TO1VS. ;

residence, or in which to conduct their BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE CARONDELET, 1,;:;U8 TONS.

Centre Street, Hon. H. J. Baker, County Judge of WESTERN r-.I.'EXAS, 1,210 TONS.
business.INDUCEMENTS. Nassau County, Florida, I will sell to the

FERNAXDINA, FLORIDA, highest bidder, in front of the CourtHousedoor
TO MANUFACTURERS of Nassau County, on the first Monday
in July, A. D. 1883, the following real estate ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YOUK.
KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- by exemption for a term of years from belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Braddock -

i of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN deceased, situate, lying and being in
taxation, offered by the several cities and
county of Nassau and State of Florida, t
towns. Apply to described as follows: Forty acres of the ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK

and Chemicals CHAS. W. LEWIS Francis Wood Grant, which said forty acres THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- ,
are bounded on the East by,Section fifteen sonville, Cedar Key and Peninsular Railroad. a

Office cor.Beach &7th sts., Fernandina. ((15)), and on the North by lands of the Flor- This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New-

Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, ida Railroad Company, and oil the West by York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF "t i
the main run of Summerlin branch ; all in FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.

Proprietary and Fancy Goods, .' .. North Section of forty-two ((42)), Township two ((2)), The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- !
Range twenty-five (25)( ) East. :
FINE TOILET ARTICLES 1,' ; iI' Sold for distribution. Purchaser to pay connections at FERNANDINA FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
for titles. '
d J ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
,: SOAI-S, ETC., -. Commissioner. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the t
'! .\ d"'' .. .. ;1' Fernandina, Fla., June I, 1883. PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
,: JL \ > :{:::
'. :. NOTICE.SIX .
; Physicians' Prescriptions .' ;. :.'. WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL
carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at f1'S? :>!JH.\ ;" to the Judge of the County Court freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to #

I: reasonable prices. iff \:). 'i;.4Y': i: "", .- $ ', in and for the County of Nassau, Fla., for R. 1V. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Y
'; letters of administration on' the estate of ;
J ':>"ii'r ;,''''" <. Nelson Parker, deceased. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. '
: DR. J. D. P. LMER. T. W. PALMER. Y. :. F. C. SUHRER. C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
;" }:; -< .- Pier 20 East New York
;.; PAL MF R BRO'S, '.. ...., Fernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. 6 River. 51- }

I + .,.I:;';'A.;1\-!_ _,'.: :_" .'."...,..f. {_... In the Circuit Court, Fourth Ju-
iH+-i I 1I..of I II 1 .. ,- TO TIlEPUBLIC.iThe
; ). ', J' r dicial Circuit Florida.
P .: ,:1 .
II '
: A RM I TS ': ;.. -:::):p, ':. .< .. .FRED W. HOYT and W. Q.'JEFFREYS, _
Partners as Fred W. Hoyt' & Co.,
I success which we have attained in the introduction of our

.h..' :r..i-:*, "*.." ".......'.'I'."I;(;. "Iii ;- '..'" .' R. D. FOX and S.versus L. BURNS Partners as a

Centre Street, near Depot, Fox & Burns. Brand
, ,' ,. Virgin Baking Powder
FERNANDINA :' '. issued in the Fourth Judi-
i ; "
*. l -13 5\ : \r.;" ,.i '., cial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Flor- t
ida, in a suit wherein Fred W. Hoyt and has by far exceeded our expectations ; and now that we are entering upon the third year

ABSOLUTELY PURE ._.-: y;; ."..: ,,-....... .' \\'. O. Jeffreys are plaintiffs and R. D. Fox of its sale we see before us a bright future and an increased demand for this, .

-' II '1Il'1' ...._J.: and S. L. Burns are defendants I have levied I

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED upon and will sell at public auction, in .
..". '' }; I., .."( ':.ir'" \. .\ .' '1,.", front of the Court-House in the city of Fer! ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
f..J/\tV-/ \ :,,. .jt. ,; *',J'.,.;..t f .:. \.:" nandina, on the first Monday or"August,

DRUGS AND CHEMICALS 1883, being the sixth day of said month, the
; \:Y ,, To dwell upon its merits would be unnecessary on our part for those who have '
1 :': .>. !, vf. ,. ; N. i S.W. i Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-483
... :if.; '<-I", 1 h,,: acres. Levied upon as the property of Fox once used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms. ?t

Standard Patent Medicines ,
..." : "J,1! & Burns, to satisfy said judgment
; together We are the originators of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING POWDER, and
'r f.. '" with interest and cost of suit. Terms cash, .
.. purchaser paying for title., from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that

-|Fancy TOILET ArtiCle, |- q""J":; ;' .i ",.- \:'r';:: ;... J. A. ELLERMANN, TIlE BEST. To this standard quality we shall continue to keep it. A Tea-

." i';.. .. ... ..t'\. Sheriff Nassau County. r
-1"'' l. spoonful of the VIRGIN BRAND suffices for a full quart of well-sifted
Fernandina Fla. 7 1883.
July ,
PERFUMERY, L.I ,,,j". ...'J.-\,." ,I H." ( ',. .;...'' .... Flour, where at least double that quantity would be required of inferior brands.

LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc. ,-f; F ':a4' ... ,;" .+p' ;, : NOTICE. .

?.,. ''r"U-.' .'','.'.' .' ;, /'. ": ., ALL CREDITORS, AND :
33* Especial and careful attention paidto I,;'k.:. .; +> ;t\;:\;, <: entitled to distribution of tire)
'-,'" estate of Wm. Marson, deceased, are hereby Q-Ask your Grocer :for the VIRGIN BRAND UA.lt:
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, ban .: c notified to present their claims,duly authen-
; :rE .; ..... ING POWDER, and take no other. ,
experienced Druggist. .tc ticated, within two years from date or the

;fr )[R. RABB, the Manager, will sleep .' t..'!:f .;{.. \ same will be JOHN barred.A. ELLERMANN S. GUCIOENHEEMER & SON, : {
over the store and will respond to all callsat ,. '':";-t- ,
:. .,: "' : Executor. A.VANNAII, GA.

night: .....' ': .'.'..1'h ..... .. Fernandina, Fla., June 28,1883. ANGEL Ss FRIEND, Agents, Fernandina, Fla.THE .
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$ ', >: ; The following is a reply of the Southern The female insect upon leaving the egg has ETC.
: .l i t4 Cultivator to a correspondent inquiring how six: legs, two long hair-like appendages, andno
to cure pea vines. The curing of pea wings; it thrusts a sucker, in the orangein A B. NOYES,
it # f green order to obtain nourishment and to W. A. SANBORN H.E.: DOTTERERINVITES
l ; vines so as not to lose the leaves is often a never (Successor ),

difficult operation. We have seen the two moves again, passing through the various Wholesale and Retail'Dealer in
I ; t first plans he recommends used successfully.It stages of development until it lays its eggs

r". is essential that the,vines be not exposed and dies. In the case of the male insect, the GROCERIES PROVISIONS t SHIP STORES, ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
,' .t: too long to the sun, whilst at the same time chrysalis after a short period opens and the
iJto > the thick succulent stems' require to be dry insect flies off. The male is supplied with CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, I!* ,
i ;d: before being packed away. Curing in the wings twice the length of its body, and each ,Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near *1

S f 1 .', + shade, with free ventilation to prevent of 'the legs has ,a look-like projection. It Steamboat Landing, '
r mouldiness and rot, are the necessary conditions has four eyes and two antennae, and is so T FINE FAMILY GROCERIES{
for securing a'good fodder: tiny that it cannot be'seen when flying. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

) 2 "There are several ways of curing pea From some parts of Spain,-oranges come Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. jH-{
1' };. "t t Y. vines, but all embrace one essential point: to us having their rind covered with a coc- Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in
: }' ; :, they must not be exposed to the sun after cus of quite a different type. The surfaceof large quantities.

they are wilted; if they are the leaves will oranges, indeed, affords the possessor of a Agent for Hazard Manufacturing' Com any's EMBRACING MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
drop off and be lost. A vet successful but microscope an infinite amount of interest CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the
i. i troublesome plan is to build a pen a foot and amusement.-Chambet Journal. best in the world.

[ s' r high, of rails or poles ; make an open floor Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY
: Y with same; then build up pen again two THE MEDICINAL VALUE OF VEG- PLOWS. .
feet high and fill with pea vines; then put
; .; 4 ,,t t another floor and build' up and fill again VILLE. 33Building SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS

) ., with vines, and so on, as high as desirable celebrated cook book discusses the me-
r. I.;' a and put a temporary roof over the whole. dicinal value of vegetables as follows: PURE AND OF GOOD
j This arrangement admits air freely, and the "Asparagus is a strong diuretic, and forms QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
vines cure well. They should be cut after part of the cure for rheumatic patients at

d ,, ,. : the dew is off and hauled up and put in pen such health resortsasAix-les-Bacns. Sorrelis ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
,, ., : r ,l x/ at once. Another plan, where well-limbed cooling, and forms the staple of thataowpe Material !
I ', old field pines are convenient, is to trim off aux herbes which a French lady will order -+ ...m.I +
the small leaf bearing branches from the for herself after-a long and tiring journey. --
: main limb and cut off the ends of the latter Carrots, as containing a quantity of sugar, -I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I I-

in such a manner as to have the skeleton are avoided by some people, while, others BRICK, LIME, HAIR, _._.
r aka' tree that is left cone-shaped. Build an openS complain of them as indigestible. With regard -

tk : foundation around base of tree, one that to the latter accusation, it may be remarked PLASTER, CEMENT, THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.I .
l { will keep vines off the ground and also give in passing, that it is the yellow core
t +; ,. + free ventilation. This done, stack up the : of the carrot that is difficult of digestionthe SHINGLES

4, t +t green vines around the skeleton tree, comb i outer, a red layeris tender enough. In I
+1 t .r L down and bring it into ordinary stack I Savoy, the peasants have recourse to an infusion DOORS, SASH, BLINDS NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.
,i4 ti'' shape. The limbs keep the vines from settling of carrots as a specific for jaundice.

; ; j n.; down close, and give free ventilation "The large, sweet onion is very rich in PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT .,
,t. through the mass. Still another method is those alkaline elements which counteractthe
: ; ';J to rake the vines into a swath and then roll poison of rheumatic gout. If slowly Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA.
: ; ;'. i them over and over, getting more into the stewed in weak broth, and eaten with a lit-

': ; r L. roll until it is say two feet in diameter. tle Nepaul pepper, it will be found to be an FRED W. HOYT & GO'S,
,, .. :'f j" These rolls are then leaned up under shelter admirable article of diet for patients of studious -
; .- .t' ; ,= to cure. Pea vines can be cured also by putting and sedentary habits. The stalks of SECOND STREET, Near Centre. CtL

..'t, ,1 i L in small, high shocks-cut after the dewis cauliflower have the same sort of value, J
: t t off and shock at once. Make diameter of only too often the stock of a cauliflower is
',t.K .01\ / ;z shock very small, and height as great as so ill boiled and unpalatable that few per- Established: 1826MANUFACTURERS .
t/ .> would thank for themto
l Possible sons you proposing
},1 I: make part of their meal consist of so un-

.! : ',ii: MARKET CHICKS. inviting article. Turnips,in'the same way, We invite your attention to our
l'a! ,; r: There is always a ready sale for early are often thought to be indigestible,and bet-

t b chicks, the prices this season for those intended ter suited for cows and sheep than for deli-

I, f': :, 4 / as broilers (weighing about one cate people; but here the fault lies with the Crockery 1 Glassware, I !
pound) ranging from forty to eighty cents; cook quite as much as with the root. The ,
cook boils the turnip badly, and thenpours|
't but such sizes are only in demand in the
t' ,: early part of the season, those weighing i some butter over it, and the eater of such a and offer our Goods in these lines as low as
t dish is sure to be the worst for it. Try a
;( : about two pounds each being more desirable the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of I
Il '.,. : during the summer. About the 1st of May better way. What shall be said about our
: i .!; is the period for broilers, or during asparagus lettuces? The plant has a slight narcotic very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,
\ I 'l. time," as the farmers express it ; but at action, of which a French old woman, likea _
.' t ,q all times fowls bring good prices. French doctor, well knows the value, and Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin = -- -

R; ,- f'- 1" !. .,. There are several points to be observed in when properly" cooked it is really very easy Chamber Sets all colors; Wooden- .
I raising fowls, the profit being more or less of digestion. -Medical Record.
Ware of all kinds and
'S = ; Housekeeping -
,!" according to the method of breeding. :Much --- ----

:, r .; t depends upon the kind of fowls used. The REMAINS OF PREHISTORIC MEN. Utensils generally. OF
:, Brahma is one of the best we have] for
;' t : general purposes, as that breed grows to a An interesting discovery, of much impor- FRED W. HOYT t CO.
!''i! I I' r '' large size, lays well, and is hardy, but while tance for geological and arch ological sci- Axes Hatchets Picks
has been made in coalmineat
ence, recently a
o' : 4 ( it possesses many good qualities, it is unfitted in the French
Ii t : for producing broilers, as it is leggy"when departmentof ,

Ii t.i. j {' very young, and does not readily fatten Pas-de-Calais.when A new gallery broken was being into C. H. HUOT, AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
pierced, a cavern was ,
until it is nearly matured. A cross of
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which discovered the fossil remains of five
4 : l;.1 the Leghorn on the Brahma is one of the TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also
human beings in a fair state of -DEALER IN- .
; I, ? i best that can be made'! if early pullets are tot preserva-
;'!' ,1 be kept for laying in the fall;as such a cross tion ; a man the, two women The, and two measured children i FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
; composed group. men
combines the of the
quick growth Leghorn
: i\' r'i t; 1 with the size, vigor and hardiness of the about seven feet, the women six feet six and CI fDLERY all sizes and pricD3: f:):a $3 t:)> $ ;3. Also, Plowing Machines.
six feet, the children four feet and rather
,' i Brahma, and the broilers so produced, less than this. In addition, some fragmentsof Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues, &c.,
S though a little slower in reaching the
proper arms and utensils of petrified wood and by writing ta the makers,
r' weight, are fine-boned plump and attractive
; i
Groceries Hardware
t ; 'I in appearance, possessing rich, yellow skin of stone, with numerous remains of mam- COLLINS & CO.. 212! Water St., New York.
mals and fish to .
were brought light.A
r f and legs. In crossing Leghorn} with the
:', :: I large breeds uniformity of color can be secured second subterranean chamber enclosedthe DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
remains of eleven human bodies of
large ,.
1 P. : : by mating: brown Leghorn cocks with -
', : size several animals, and a large number of GUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OFt
: partridge Cochin or dark Brahma hens, or Second Street, + INDIGESTION LOST
objects some precious stones. ;
} s white Leghorn cocks with light Brahma or
: '" The walls of the cave exhibited drawings ; .. DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH. FOUL BREATH
representing men fighting gigantic an- ,
,< ,,1 Of the breeds there is nothing that
,., pure imals. Owing to the presence of carbonic 3 HOT. I K. Graves. Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," ,,J.J Johnson. M, D.. of Abbeville. Miss. Ang
l < can compare with the Plymouth Rocks for Me-vi.bis Teau.ays: 1 received a package of your .i2, says: I am a graduate of Georgia :Medical
r ', producing the most saleable chicks up to anhydride, a third and larger chamber, FERNANDINA Li-.vt .Vediciae. und have used about ballot it. It College,and have practiced tbirty-flve years. I use
'' which appeared to be empty, was not i work lila a charm. T want no better Liver Regulator your medicine in my practice. It ls not only Rood
f\ '.;: +, f"I the age of three months, and younger ones searched. If the it is :bad cnrtumly no more of Zeilm'n mixture.Rev. Liver Medicine,bat It is a remedy for flat.I
discovery genuine,
f as broilers are excellent. Being very hardy, .E.A Huffins,Franklin.' Ky.Aug. Rev.J. S.Bessie ny of Sumnserton.l
of the greatest value as evidence of the existence .'tc.says: It is the best medi- S C.,Jan."82. I hare need Zeilin's -
and active fast and says j
I';". 'i '; ;l;,. y good make foragers a plump carcass. they The American grow Se- far to of prehistoric the man ancient, and tradition it will also of { STEAM }} {{SAW } {{MILL. } 1-1091 caring nave mo ever of Dyspepsia.t then in my Send life.me It VM ill your preparation medicine a altogether great deal,superior bat buds I]

a tn r bright (Wyandotte) rivals the Plymouth go support *v ## *v ,* iII%__ J. another package. Mast have it. in its eitect on the system.The beat
: ; Rock in all qualities except hardiness, and the colossal stature of our remote progeni- : y S Rev. J. 1,. Brittaln. cf BionntwiHe.; T>r. S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist, Menu his.
1 dK Ala., March Is-52. I suffered "
tors.-Liverpool Jfercury.SEVENTYFIVE says: with Tenn,says: llave sold it SO >; my predecessor
,; '{.! ; have yellow legs at every stage of growth, C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, -;: ;: torpid liver and costiveness and yur sold it many years before me.Time this medicine is a ]
# t ; while the legs of Plymouth Rock pullets are :r, with medicine Admirable cared me My wife has used.lt good one.no one can denyand that it is the true and
effect for sick-headache-
r i : ., dark, turning yellow afterward. The only MILES AN HOUR genuine' lmmonsLiverbiedieine'nonedaregin.yCrigsl
'. I objection to them is that being a new breed constantly on handLumber aid Ccl?Genuine. Estate. 1840. $ferfi
: WASHINGTON D. C. June 29.-The
.. engine HAS Put up in 25c. and SI. packages
; i
they are at the present time too closely bred. of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad and bottles by

,, .; ; I The Langshan, a new breed, is as fine in !I which took the prize at the Chicago Exposition 31" by Cargoes. .w .F.SIMMqNS&CO..ST.t. Louis,MO.
: ,
'., plumage, size, laying qualities and flesh as I of railway appliances, made very fast
;; ". -: 1 one would wish; but, having dark legs, time in trips between Washington and Bal- Office on Second Street. vie
i! : 't many buyers object to them. The objection, timore over the Baltimore & Ohio road on I,
:. ': g however, is owing to a time honored prejudice -
f Wednesday. The distance from Camden to DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
) y 11 p, for the Langshan and Houdan (a dark- miles made in
Washington, forty was fifty-
'; Ii "t legged fowl) are superior for the table to two-minutes with two stops, and immedi--
:!...',; "r"'' I > t: nearly all the yellow-legged breeds. A cross ately returned, making the same distance in
j; !}' I' of the game with the large breeds gives a forty-six minutes, including four and a half COO INDIAN BLOOD SYRUPCures

;. ,,+ t : fowl with fuller breast and finer bone, which minutes forstops. In the afternoon, with a O
'i should be encouraged, as the smaller the .
10 -I special train of four coaches attached, the ,
)!; 1'+:. amount of offal the better the For ". ,
: quality. a'
'l! made the from Baltimore to .'
engine run
l!'.. ; : t market chicks, therefore, the broilers should Washington in 39 minutes, making 22J: -( ""= all diseases or the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,

:;.11 I I' come from the Legborn Brahma cross; the miles to Laurel in 22! minutes ; 44 miles to NCD Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
i' : i t larger sizes from the Plymouth Rocks, Wy- a ,
I S minutes
in 32i and :: -
IIyattsville Metropolitan
in the above named diseases and
and efficacy healing ,
andottes Houdans while
Ii/ ; Langshans
i : ; ;
1 I Junction to Washington in 37! minutes -
,':: c I t the adults should be produced from Brah- Nine consecutive miles were run at A. B. NOTES pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to 3Iau.
'. Y Cochins crossed with the
i' q k mas or Plymouth an average speed of 49 seconds per mile, the ,
::\ <; <: Rock or Houdan. The best capons are across '
highest rate of speed being at the rate of 75 cs'H CD ,
1 ..Y ,,:f I I .r of the colored forking and dark Brahma miles an hour for several miles.A -DEALER IN- = ,;IV GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .
i 1 and the largest fowls are usually a cross
If ;} ;I" noticeable feature of the performancewas r./1 '
I it. ':I;1' of the Houdan and Brahma the first season, the entire absence of smoke, though Mark.Laboratory.
I :i : and the produce mated with Plymouth coal. Its Family Supplies
burning soft peculiarity of con- AGENTSWANTED_
: the second Black
;j :1\, Rocks season. Spanish,
Y struction is principally in the firebox, whichis
t :1 Hamburgs and Polish, though excellent
:J:! ; ; layers, are inferior as market chicks. If success sixty-eight eight feet feet.wide Its inside cab and is placed a grate midwayover area of HEAVY GROCERIES, 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.
i breeders should be careful
is desired in
J1" ,
boiler and in front
\ the of the firebox,
t.' <.d selecting the breeds most suitable, as it is which extends entirely over and above the CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
I' more important than any other feature in driving-wheels. and Grain Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
: :i S the management. 00GO Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.
\.t ORANGES. Newport R. I., reports the successful treat- 2 O T SIBLEY& COi
!1t "i When a dish of oranges is seen on the ment of an acute case of pneumonia by the Z P i ,
.f i table for dessert, the'! fact is hardly) realized inhalation of sulphuric ether. He says that Furniture, P JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS HIRAM
.fit ; that in all probability their surface is the "if seen early, during the first strapage, by I Ii.
t 1. habitat of an insect of the coccus family. inhaling ether for thirty minutes ,every six i TURNIP
;'( This tiny creature is found on the orange hours, many severe and protracted cases of ,
but contains all the medicinal
s!, skin in every stage of transformation, from sickness would be arrested." Dr. Francis I r.n proper-
ties of the finest Jamaica Root. It
recommended inhalation of Paints Ginger
the egg to the perfect insect during the winter sulphuric ether ,
I months, instead of remaining dormant for bronchitis in 18G8.-Scientific American. Crockery, is very pleasant to take, and

M in the cold weather, as is the case with most O y CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, I .. SEED !
of the insect tribe. It would hardly be pos- 00.
How SHE SAVED HER D.RLIXG.I shall Hardware
t ," ,' sible to find a St. Michael's or Tangerine or- ""= COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC,
not feel about hiB
not hundreds of these little so nervous again baby's teeth- I
I//! ange: thatjhad *'
f creatures in various stages of development ing, a grateful mother. We almost Willow-Wrare. DIARRHOZA ,

r .;; on their surface. Lemons, too, are fre- lost our darling from cholera infantum, but w t'i. PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, i Send for |]CATALOCUE&PRICELIST.
heard of Parker's
happily Ginger Tonic in ,..,
: quently covered. Upon inspection the skin
I'i time. A few spoonfuls soon cured baby, toM and MALARIA and stimulat- I HIRAM SIBLEY CO.
: of an orange will be found to be dotted over by warming
with brownish scarlet spots of various sizes. and health.-Brooklyn an occasional Mother.dose keeps us in good ( 't'\,', ., ..... ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy ROCHESTER N.Y. CHICAGO ILL.

t \ S These specks can be easily removed by a ; .t ", ,I rr action. Sold by I J79-183MAIN STREET. 200-206 RandolphSL_
or ,
needle ; and when placed under a microscope P PALMER BRO'S
1 ;, an interesting scene is presented, consisting THE 8.\FEST'V.\Y.-The safest and surest H! ( V* Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. To Rent.

.: I of a large number of eggs, which are way to restore the youthful color of the hairis The property known as Sanborn's Stores.
': oval white bodies standing on end, like little furnished by Parker's Hair Balsam, whichis I jIir Agents Apply for particulars to
: I i bags of flour, some of the inhabitants of deservedly popular from its superior clean- rim ia tow ia thc Low at t GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made A. B. NOYES.

:, ,., which may very probably be seen in process liness. < without pepp I. 22 Fernandina, July 15-tf.

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GOOD AD1 CE.-You will prevent and cure Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New S&-- Take the FLORAL CITY --

the greater part of the ills that afflict man- St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Troy. the NEW SHORT LINE via ROUTE,

kind in this or any section, if you keep your Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. S.-Ackley., New Troy. Satisfies. the most faaUdioai at s perfect Hair Restorer and Central and Western Railroad. the Florida
i-toiuach, liver and kidneys in perfect work- Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Drcum; Admiral furttscteanlin.o.mdelrgantperrame.
LEON COUNTY. liner Falls to Restore! Grey or Faded Hair Through tickets via this line at the Com-
ing order. There is no medicine known Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. to Ut*)ouufateolor. 60 ds._lil sto*at all drngguU.PARKER'S .
P. pany's Depot Ticket
Office .
County Judge- Byrd, Tallahassee. and at No. 7
that does this as surely as Parker's Ginger Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Tallahassee. West Bay
Tonic. It will keep your blood rich and Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Sheriff Moseley, -Sk Street.WILLIAM
Clerk C. A. Tallahassee. O.
Bryan, AMES
and health little cost. ,
pure, give you good at CIRCUIT. Get Gen'l
See other column. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, Passenger Agent,
Spring Term- Tallahassee. Jacksonville, Fla.
----- --- ----- W. M.
Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly ,Tallahassee. DAVIDSON,
WHY WELCOME.-What makes Floreston
Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- General Manager,
welcome toilet
Cologne on
every Putnam 3d after 4th in hassee.: Jacksonville Fla. -
Tuesday Monday ,
table is its lasting fragrance and rich;
odor. March. Assessor of Taxes G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. j. s. MCELROY,

flowery Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Master\ Transportation,
-- -- ---
All iron preparations blacken the teeth, March. : LEVY COUNTY. Kt Tallahassee, Fla.TBIE .
Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th :Monday in W. H. Sebring Bronson -
constipate the bowels, and give headache County ;
with one exception, that is Brown's Iron March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. CARD
Bitters. Fall Term- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. OF THE
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor Taxes-Louis Appell Bronson. es
-------- of ,
Post-Office Notice. Marion, 3d :Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR
Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. k RAILROAD '
ouTI-From 8:00 to 7:00 p. M. Key. -
Office : A. M.
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- z f'Gager AND ;
Alachua 1st after 4th in
Monday Tuesday
hall Bronson.

Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday) SEVENTH CIRCUIT. MADISON COUNTY. llurhu, Mandrake, Stillinsia and Effect July 2d, 1883.

Arrives................. 5:50: p. M. and 6:05 P. M. Spring Term- County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- many of the Lest medicines known are here combined GOING t

Closes.................... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30: A. M. Orange, 4th Monday in January. son. into met Heine of such varied and effective SOUTH.
Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison. powers,as to make the Greatest Wood Purifier the Leave Fernandina.......................11.00 a.m.

. Transit & Peninsular Railroad Brevard, 1st Monday in :March. C'lerk--John: M. Beggs, Madison Best Health and Strength Restorer Ever Used. Leave Hart's Road.......................11.40a.m. ,

Arrives....................................... 5:50: p. M. Dade, 3d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, It cures Dyspepsia, Rheumatism Fleeplesiness; Leave Callahan.......................... 12.40p.m. ,

Closes......................................... 7:30 A. M. Fall Term- Madison. diseases of Stomach, Rowels Lungs,Liver, Leave Dutton.......,................ ..... 1.07 p.m.

Jacksonville, South and West Florida Orange, 2d Monday in August. County T.easurer-8. S. Smith, Madison. I Kidneys and all Female Complaints.If Leave Brandy Branch .........?...... 1.22 p.m.
Collector Ret'enue-M. H. Mad yon are wasting away with Consumption or Arrive Bald win.................
Volusia 2d of Warring, .......... 1.45
disease the TONIC
in It will
Monday September. any use to-day. surely p.m.
Arrives................ 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. M.
Leave Baldwin.........
Brevard. 4th in help you. Eeinember it is far superior Bitters, I ......... 2.10
Closes.................. 9:30: A. M. and 5:30 p. M. 2d Monday Monday in November.September.Dade ison.Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad Essences of Ginger and other Tonics,as it builds Leave Maxville........................... 2.35p.m.p.m.

Arrives Sunday...... 10:25 A. M. I ison. up the system without intoxicating. 500. and$1 Leave Highland........................... 2.56
Closes Sunday....... 4:00 p. M. sizes,stall dealers: in drugs. None genuine without Leave ......... p.m. '
MANATEE COUNTY. Lawtey .................... 3.12p.m.
signature of I It &Co.,N Y. Send for circular
St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mail- County Officers. T. Crawford Manatee.\ LARGE SAVING IN BUYING TEE DOLLAR SiZZ. Leave Temple's.......................... 3.28 p.m.

Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert County Judge-Z.S. Griffith Manatee., Arrive Starke.............................. ............

Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine, Level. Leave Starke .............................. 3.36p.m. 'I

St. Mary's and Dungeness- ville. Assessor Taxes-S. J. Bradentown obtained for new inventions Leave Thurston ........................ 3.48p.m.
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue :Marion Tyler, G. Carlton I PATENTS or for improvements in old Arrive Waldo............................. 4.10 p.m. g
of -
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. Leave Waldo............... .
"' Sheriff-John W. Turner, Gainesville. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand ............. 4.20 p.m.
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, Popash. of Schools-Felix J. Seward all patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m.
Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00: A. M. Superintendent Leave Arredondo ..............
Hawthorne. Pine Level. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN .......... 5.24 p.m. .' .
Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Leave Batton............................. 5.36p.m. 4,
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30: p. M. MARION COUNTY. Leave Archer..................
ville. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- ............ 5.52 p.m.
Money Orders and Registered Letters from Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- Leave BtSgnson ........................... 6.21 p.m.

9:00 A. M. to 1:00: p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M. Gainesville. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- Leave Ot"f Creek....................... 6.51 p.m. .

to 4:00: P. M. Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. ents in less time than those who are remote Leave Rosewood..... ................._ 7.30p.m.. '",

SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. BAKER COUNTY. Assesstor of Taxes-Thomas Barco, Cotton Washington.When Arrive Cedar Key........................ 80.2 p.m.
_n __ __ __ _______ County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant. Inventors send model or sketch, GOING NORTH.

GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff-U.Clerk-F. J.C.Pons Herndon, Sanderson., Sanderson. Ocala.Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy, we make search in the Patent Office and Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.00 a.m. i

advise as to its patentability free of charge Leave Rosewood.._...............
United States Officers.LAND Assessor of Taxes-George P. Carova, San- Schools-H. C. Martin ....... 7.38 a.m. .
Superintendent of
derson. Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- Leave Otter Creek....................... 8.13a.m. -
OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, Fort McCoy. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Leave Bronson................. ........... 8.55a.m. '.
BegUiter-I. A. Barnes, Gainesville. MONROE COUNTY. IS OBTAINED.We Leave Archer.............
Sanderson. ................. 9.25a.m.
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. refer by permission to the City Post- Leave Batton ....... .. 1
Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, .................... 9.42 a.m.
Surveyor-General-Malachi Martin, Talla- Olustee. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key"West. master, and to the Superintendent of the Leave Arredondo ........................ 9.57 a.m.

hassee. BRADFORD COUNTY. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. Post.OfficeIoney\ Order Division in Wash Leave Gainesville.......................10.24 a.m.

DISTRICT COURT. Assessor of Taxes-Walter Maloney, Jr., ington. For special references, circular,service Arrive Waldo.............................11.13 a.m.

JIJ-dgr--Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. terms, etc., addressC. Leave Waldo............................ ..11.25 a.m.

.1Iarshal-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of R.- .we-Walter C. Maloney, A. SNOW & CO., Leave Thurston...........................11.54 p.m. ,

Clerk-Philip Walter Jacksonville. Assessor Sheriff-W.Taxes-N.W. Tumblin C. Wainwright, Starke. Jr., Key West.Superinlendentof. Opp.PatentOffice. Washington, D.C. 2tf Arrive Starke.............................. ............. t

INTERNAL REVENUE. Butler. of Lake Schools--J. V. Harris,Key Leave Starke................................12.15 p.m.

Co/kdor-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Collector West. HORACE DREW, Leave Temples.........................12.24 p.m.

John W.COLLECTORS Howell Fernandina.OF CUSTOMS. Santa Fe.Superintendent. of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Stationer, Leave Lawtey -..........................12.48 p.m. <

Edwin Jacksonvi., of Sc/lOols-L. B. Rhodes County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Bookseller Leave Highland .......................... 1.10 p.m.
John F.Higgins House,St. Starke. dina. Printer and Binder. Leave Maxville ........................... 1.35 p.m. "_ '

Augustine. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fenian dina. Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.05 p.m. a
Joseph Hirst Key. BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. School Books and Orange Wraps Leave Baldwin ......... ................. 2.30 p.m. '

State County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer- NOW A SPECIALITY. Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.55 p.m. : ;;

Officers. Point. nandina. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.15p.m.
Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Ret'enue'Y arren F. Scott Fer- y 3" Liberal discounts to Teachers and Leave Callahan........................... 4.05 p.m. r

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R.' Moses, Geor- nandina. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Leave Hart's Road...................... 4.50 p.m.

GOt.'ernor-'Vm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee.LieutenantGovernorLivingston gian na. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- application. Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.25 p.m.
Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston Or-
W. Bethel ,
botharu Callahan.
59 W. BAY STREET Trains
Key West.Secretary lando, Orange county.Superintendent daily, except Sunday.PENINSULA .

of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- of Softools-A. Grady, La ORANGE COUNTY. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

lahassee. Grange. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando. R DIVISION. 4 ,
Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando RAILROADS. ,
Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. County T. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid. SOUTH.
Attorney.General-George P. Talla- Park. Ju'dge-J. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-Jameb M. Owens, Fort Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m.

hassee. Raney, Clerk O. A. Reid, Fla.Collector. FLORA CITY ROUTE. Leave Dixie................................. 4.40p.m.
Buddington, Green Cove Leave Hawthorne ...............
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. of Revenue-Richard H. Marks, .. .... 4.57 p.m.
Tallahassee. Springs.Sheriff-James W. DeWitt Sanford. FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. Leave Lochloosa......................... 5.15 p.'m.: :

Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Springs. Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, -- Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.42 p.m. "

Foster, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wm. Fort Reid. JACKSONVILLE, May 13th, 1883. Leave Anthony Place.................. 6.07 p.m. ?
Adjutant-General Yonge Tallahassee Collector Revenue- Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY. /COMMENCING this date, Trains on this Leave Silver Spring..................... 6.35p.m.

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION., Maxville. of -Wm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate R. Harrison, Palatka. V-/ road and its connection will run as fol- Leave Ocala................................. 7.00p.m.

lows : Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45
Commissioner A. Robinson Tallahassee. Clerk W. F. Forward p.m.
Superintendent Schools \ Palatka. .
of M. F. ,
Middleburg. Geiger, Sheriff-Thomas Shally. WESTWABD.No. Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m. <

Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Assessor-S. E. Timmons. 3. 1'0.1. GOING NORTH. .;-;
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Accom. Mail.\ Leave Wildwood-......... .............. 7.00 a.m.
Building, Jacksonville. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent Public Schools Leave Jacksonville....... 6.00 p m 9.30 a m Leave
of J. W. Lake Weir
Station.............. 7.25 a.m.
Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. Lake Arrive Baldwin .........;..
SUPREME COURT. J. W. City. Strickland. 7.15 p m 10.13 a m Leave Ocala................................. 8.30a.m. ..
Sheriff Lake Lake
t Chief J'l.'ftice.-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Perry, City.Assessor TAYLOR COUNTY.OountyJudJe'V. Citr..ll.45 pm 1.00pm Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m. "
of Taxes-L. W. Fivers Lake Live Oak............ 1.25am
Associate Justice J. City. 2.18pm Leave Anthony Place............... .
Westcott Tallahassee. H. Parker .. 9.15a.m.
i ., Collector Perry.Sheriff "
of Taxes-J. L. Parish Lake :Madison ............ 3.35am
City. 4.03pm
Thomas Osteen, Perrv. Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43a.m.
Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer Drifton............... 5.25am
Associate JIl.'fticc-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Lake Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Pert)... 5.30pm Leave Lochloosa................... ....10.10 a.m.
City. Monticello ........ 5.55am
Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin 5.50pm Leave Hawthorne.......................10.29 a.m. :
DUVAL COUNTY. Tallahassee......... 7.00am ;
Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. Perry. 7.00pm Leave Dixie...............................10.47 a.m. i
Leave Tallahassee......... 7.25
County Judge William A. McLean, Jack pm Arrive Waldo Junction...... .......
CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Treasurer. S. Sutton, Perry. ..11.10 a.m.
.sonville. Arrive Quincy .............. 8.40 pm
sacola.First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Clerk-Thomas. _E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Collector County Suneyor-D.of levenue-J.N. Cox B. Hardee, Perry. Perry. Chatta.:.River..... 9.40 pin Trains daily, except Sunday. I
Uriah Bowden Leave Kiver Junction. y.4Upm
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes-A. J., Prevatt, Jackson- Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry. Arrive Marianna.......... 11.23pm I I FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

see. ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. Pensacola........... 6.S5 a m GOING SOUTH. f
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville.Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown County Judge :M. R. St. Montgomery..... 8.50pm 1.
Cooper Leave
Augus- Fernandina......
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- ..... 2.OOpm.X7.15 p.m.
Jacksonville. tine. Mobile\ ......... 4.25 pm I
Leave Hart's Road...... 2.35
ville. 7.48p.m.
Superintendent of Sclwoh-Albert J. Rus- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. New Orleans...... 10.15pm ;
Augustine. Arrive Jacksonville....
Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins Gaines- 3.37 p.m. 8.45 p.m.
ville. sell Jacksonville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Houston............ 6.50am

Sixth Circuit-H. I.,. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St. EASTWARD.No.. No. 2. Leave Jacksonville.GOING....NORTH.u.,0a.m. 4.15p.m.

Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias Accom. Mail. Leave Hart's Road...... 8.30 a.m. 5.20 p.m.

Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. St. Augustine.Superintendent. ArriveJacksonville....... 0.40am 4.30pm Arrive Fernandina.... 9.05 a.m. 6.00p.m.Sunday. t

I Court Calendar. Sheriff-James M. Duncan, Jasper. of Se/tOols-C. F. Baldwin............. 5.15am 3,48pm Trains double daily exceptSUNDAY .
FIRST CIRCUIT. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. St. Augustine. Perpall, Lake City........... 1.20im 12.47pm TRAINS. i

Fall Term- Collector of Rttenue-'V. H. H. McLeod, Live Oak............11.40pm 11.34am
"g II! Santa Rosa 2d Monday in October. Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. Madison ............ 9.30pm 10.08am Leave Jacksonville....................... 9.00am. if
County Judge-Henry Cassidy Arrive Fernandina......................
Walton 4th in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Roberts Leesburg, Drifton............... 7.20 pra 8.23am 10.25 a.m.
, Holmes, 2d Monday after 4th Ancrum. I' Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Monticello ......... 7.45pm 8.50am Leave Fernandina....................:..5.00 p.m. ,

I in October., Wednesday Monday HERNANDO COUNTY. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. Tallahassee......... 5.30pm 6.45am I Arrive Jacksonville...................... 6.25 p.m.

Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster. Leave Tallahassee ........
Washington 2d Monday after 4th County L. a m
Monday Judge- Frierson Brooks-
in October. ville. Sumterville.Collector of Re'lenue-J. R. G. Hamilton, Arrive Qninc.............. 5.30 a m CONNECTIONS. f

Jackson 3d Monday after 4th in Clerk-J. C. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.30am
Monday Law Brooksville.
Superintendent of Schools A. C. Clarke,
October. Arrive River Junction.. 4.30 a m
Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
Marianna......... 2.28am
Escambia,1st in December. Assessor
Monday of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon Brooks- t
SUWANEE COUNTY. With New York and Fernandina
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. Leave Pensacola.......... 7.30pm
10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Revenue-F. )f. Townsend County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live Leave Montgomery..... 8.30am ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 1+; 1'

:; Spring Term. Brooksville. Oak.ClerkRobert Leave :Mobile............... 2.00pm a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m.: and for New
Superintendent Schools-D. A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.
THIRD CIRCUIT. of H. Thrasher
Spring Term- Fort Dade. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Houston.......y... 6.15pm or 5.50 p.m.With .
\; Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wei- Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 daily Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
Al rti. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. born. except Sunday.SOLID nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT r

Madison, 2d Monday in April. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison, TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. CALLAHAN.To .
Hamilton Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak. SLEEPING CARS Tallahassee to Pensacola.
4th :Monday in April. and from Savannah and Charleston at
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday S/Ieriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones CONNECTIONS.At 7.25 an<9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.
in April.Columbia. Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Live Oak. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by

3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of enue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY. No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for AT BALDWIN, FLA.,

In April. Superintendent of Se/wols-'V.P. Henderson County.Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- all points North and East; with the Fernan- To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m. t;

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Tampa. prise. dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE, iTo

m April. JEFFERSON Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m.and 2.40p. 1

fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Mbnticello.\ Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. the St. Johns River. m. I

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter- At Baldwin by No. 1 with Florida Tran- AT WILDWOOD.
October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. prise. sit fe Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville,

Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor, Collector of Ret'entle-Jolm B. Jordan, De- Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Gulf With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand
Tampa daily
Hamilton Monticello. Land. Ports. except Sunday. B

m. Suwannee October. ,,4th 1st Monday Monday in after October.4th Monday ticello.County Treasurer"". M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise.Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw, &At Western Live Oak Railroad.At with. the Savannah, Florida daily With except Stage Sunday.AT Line .to and from Leesburg

t".olumbia,3d Monday after 4th :Monday Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon WAKULLA COUNTY. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch CEDAR KEY, FLA., .
October. ticello. Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers
County Judge W. A. Giles Crawfordville. -
Assessor of Taxes J. P. Grantham Wau- urdays.At for Key West : .
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff W. H. Walker Crawfordville. Monday and 'Thursday "
Chattahoochee River with the Pensa-
m keenah. ,
for and
October. Tampa Manatee
p.m.; Monday and .
Clerk-Nat. R. Walker Crawfordville.
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Friday. t
FOURTH CIRCUIT1spring Superintendent of Se/LOols-W. T. Duval, sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
TermSt. County JudgeJ.. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville. Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
and all points in the West Southwest and
John's 2d in March. Thomas J. Walker New West and Havana every Saturday 4
Tuesday Troy. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw- Northwest-forming the SHORTEST p. m.; #.,
Clay, 4th Tuesday in :March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville. for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of New For information respecting routes, rates
Schools-J.C.Ramsey, Collector of lletenue-W. H. Walker,Craw points; and with the Central and People's
Baker I etc. apply to
2d Tuesday in April. Tro, fordville. ,
Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for
Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. County Trea.s1trer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw- Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor A. MAcDONELL,
"aval Gen' Ticket:
and Pass.
Tuesday May. Troy. I fordville. Columbus and Eufaula. Agent. p1 i
D. E. 3I-AXWELL Gen'l
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: THE FLORIDA MIRROR. I The Mallory steamers give a cheap and The District ConferenceOF List of Letters -

.', pleasant route of travel. To New York and Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina -. 1 i
: f back for $42, with meals and staterooms included Nassau county, Florida, July 6, 1883. .
$LOO ; $
is a very moderate charge for so Persons calling for these letters must say
District Conference of
r : Jacksonville
1 r long a trip. The heat and dust of travel are advertised:
Reflections. Methodist' Episcopal Church, South, assembled -
avoided by the sea-route. Austin, Lewis Mitchel, Bina
in this city yesterday, at 9 a. m., in Bacon, Tina Mac, Charlie
A {s w 1tt The Mansion House is one of the coolest The steamship San Antonio sailed Thurs- the Methodist :Church. In the absence of Cain, Nathan Mouths Lizzie allng ,

f F places in the city. day evening for New York with thirty-one the Bishop, Rev. C. A. Fulwood, presidingelder Dunn, E.W. Noylan, E. B.
and the 409 Dewyer, Jameslarshal1, R.
passengers following cargo :
is chairman. The Con-
of the district,
McGinnis fe Rawson lost a valuable horse
} ; Antonia Person Miss Annie
Domingos, ,
153 cedar barrels
245 rosin
logs cedar, cases ,
,r1 r t this week from sunstroke. barrels ference was organized by the election of Rev.T. Eckman, John G. Smith, Harggan That is what a
? 136 37 184
spirits, empiy kegs, great
Bishop as secretary, and Rev. J. B. Ley Edwards, Emma Taylor, John
The policing of our city, we learn by re- 66 packages merchandise, 22,000 feet !tim- assistant secretary. Fernandez, Manuel Vandroff, John many people are doing.

., : : port and observation, is very good. ber. Jones, L. Z, Willicon, Lawrah They don't know just whatis
Upon a call of the roll, the following min-
i Why don't somebody get up bath-houses Mrs. McConnell (formerly Miss\ Seaton, of isters and lay delegates reported: Jones Jones,, Washington Amandie Wilson Wilkerson, Wm., G. W. the matter, but they havea

c. ; on wheels, in the Continental style this city), now a resident of Texas, who is DELEGATES. King Mrs. fi. Willias, :Milia combination of pains and

., ; t<4.. John E. Hartridge and wife, of Jackson- on a visit to friends at Old Town, has writ- Jacksonville-Rev. E. H. Harman, Rev.W. Lucas, W. H. Uilt, Anney aches, and each month they

; : ville, are stopping at the Strathmore. ten a history of our Island City, which has McLean and,A. J. Russell. SAM'L T. RIDDELL. P. :M. grow worse.The .

: p ; $. Too free use of watermelons and unripe been compiled from original sources, and, La Villa-Rev. J. B. Ley and J. V. Bailey. Nassau fibre

> ti fruit is producing the usual consequences. from her known ability as a writer, is no Fernandina-Rev.A.A.Robinson, Messrs.G. only sure remedy
For beds pillows and mattresses
r Mr. Chas. W. Lewis left Thursday morning doubt highly interesting. We hope it maybe N. Saussy, W. H. Garland, B. 0. Theus. anything else in use. For sale by yet found is BROWN'S IRON

'' \' ', vi for the North on a short business trip. put in print at an early day. Nassau Mission-P. Goodbread, J. Owens. June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. BITTERS, and this by rapid I

Captain E. P. Cater Reporter of Alachua King's Ferry-Rev. J. Russell, Dr. Wright, and
:s To one coming from the interior, our city Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. thorough assimilation _
Lodge, No. 2,565, Knights of Honor, writes Miss Hannah Davis. I
"'"' affords a refreshing and delightful temperature. Tracts containing twenty acres each of with the blood purifies and
; Grand Reporter W. J. Woodward: "The Jandarin-Rev. E. H. Ley and A. Bel-
.. t : choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake, I enriches it and rich
4 1 strong
; { I Arlington House has been closed for the knap. I suitable for orange growing and truck farm-

9 : The abolition of quarantine restrictions summer,but,at the request of this Lodge,the Palatka and Green Core-Rev. W. Dunbar. ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare blood flowing to every part

; seems to be a great relief throughout the proprietor has consented to open the house Duval Circuit Rev. L. W. Moore\ Messrs. very conveniently situated for transpor- of the system repairs the

''l.t i.r State. for the Grand Lodge; hence our representatives D. P. Wilkerson, W. N. Eubank, W. R. Mi- terms tation,to by suit water purchasers.or rail, and Titles will are be unques-sold on wasted tissues, drives out

; ,, .. Hon. Hinton J. Baker and wife left Wednesday will be most comfortably quartered, nor, J. L. Ferrit, J. S. Turknett, Newton tionable. Also valuable timber lands in disease and gives health and

s .: for Augusta, Ga., :Mrs. Baker's old and will have the house to themselves." Prevat. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS strength.This .

home. The Savannah News correspondent from Volusia Mission-Rev.E.B.Pooser, Messrs.J. February 1G, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.

attI The common peaches offered for sale are Jacksonville is made to cast a very unde- L. Chandler, W. C. Branning. For Rent. is why BROWN'S

: ;-1 as yet hard and green, although many of served slur upon the appreciation of teachers Altoona Mission-Sam. Hand. A very desirable dwellinb house. Inquireof IRON BITTERS will cure

r them look very well. in Florida. He says : Teachersare very Sanford-Rev. C. A. Saunders, Messrs. J. JOHN ,HEDGES, kidney and liver diseases
19-tf Fernandina Fla. ,
January ,
I scarce here. The few in market of inferior W. Tucker, A. E. Philips.
: Mr. Hugh A. Corley, Land Commissioner are consumption, rheumatism

'r' i j for the Reed Syndicate, this week, moved quality, and dealers demand for them Lake Jesnp-Rev. S. Bishop, Messrs. M. E.I I Livery Stable at a Bargain.I neuralgia dyspepsia mala-,
1 1, .l Brock,C. C. Hicks, L. B. Coiner, A. C. Mar i ,
25 cents dozen 80 It
his office to Jacksonville. per or cents a peck. I offer at a bargain my entire establish- ria intermittent fevers
;' is true that teachers are scarce, but we pro- tin. ment in this city, consisting of Carriages, *:c.
The Southern Express office was moved test that we have never known them to be Orlando-Rev. A. Peeler, D. D.; Messrs. L. Buggies,Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage
'. r to Dury c's new brick building, at the foot Horses, Harness, etc. Mr. Simon Blanchard a well-
J. Dollins H. T. Arnold. W. S.Crook.
had at 25 cents dozen. known citizen of Hayesville Meade
Terms of CASH.
4. of Centre street Thursday.
. Apopka Circuit J. F. Stallings, E. Miller, county.Kentucky: "Mywife
,, r.. G. F. AVERY.
:Mr. G. N. Saussy exhibited at the Mirror "U.
had been
sick for
r t The Dur)' c cottage on Amelia Beach has R. B. F. Roper, J. S. Ball. Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom a long time and
office this week her constitution all
1 {r ,' been leased by Mr. Julius Klotz, who will two magnificent specimensof The following committees were appointedby Street Wharf. 46 down and she was was unable to broken work.
pine-apples. of the Trinidad
They were
fit it up for an ice-cream saloon. the presiding officer at the afternoon ses- ,, She was advised to use Brown's Iron
variety, ten inches long, and measured respectively Masonic. Bitters,and found it to work like a
The Lieutenant Chas. T. Brian, sion :
., family'of 8 and 8i inches in circumferenceat Regular communications Amelia LodgeNo. charm. We would not now be with-
;t i of the revenue steamer Boutwett, will arrive the widest part. The weight of the largerone On the Spiritual State of the Church-A. A. 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 : out it for any consideration as we
t, here shortly to spend the summer. Robinson, W A. McLean, John L. Chandler January 22. July 16. consider it the best tonic in the
8i from the "
was pounds. They came world.
I. t,'J' ,l We need the Beach Railway, says every grove of General Sanford, in Orange county, Philip Goodbread, A. Belknap.On March February 19.19. August September 13. 10.

and it will be built without Missions and Boundaries-A. E. Phil- BROWN'S IRON BITTERS .
one ; we hope and were raised on what is commonly termed April 16. October 15.
" y waiting for :Mr. Gould to take stock in it. second-class pine land. lips, J. F. Stallings, E. F. Ley, L. W. Moore, May 21. November 12. is not a drink and does not
Samuel Hand, W. Dunbar, John Owens.On June 18. December 10.
The revenue cutter Boutwett, Captain Ba- The match game of base-ball between the Sunday-Schools-A. J. Russell, James December 27. contain whiskey. It is the

ker, arrived in this port this week. The Herald Base-Ball Club, of Jacksonville, and At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fraternally only preparation of Iron
: Russell, G. N. Saussy, John L. Ball, J. V. invited to attend.
L '. ': Boutwell has been thoroughly overhauled. the Fernandina Base-Ball Club, which was that causes no injurious ef-
p o Bailey A. Martin.. J. E. WANDELL, W. M,
b : :Major Dury e's brick building, near the announced to come off last :Monday, was On Education-J. W. Tucker, A. Peeler, C. H. BERG Secretary. fects. Get the genuine.

., i> has been and Thursday postponed on account of the inability of 0. Don't be imposed with
depot, completed, on L. W. Moore, L. B. Coiner, B. Theus. on
the :Major transferred his office to the new some of the home nine to play that day. Ar- On Church Buildings and Parsonages-J.B.i i Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. )I., holds its imitations.
ar rangements have been completed and the regular convocations on the Thursday fol-
1;. block. Ley, G. H. Pooser, D. P. Wilkinson, JamesS. lowing each regular communication of Ame-

k t Mrs. S. T. Riddell and :Mrs. W. E. Sny- game will come off Tuesday afternoon. The Turknett, John F. Stallings, J. L. Terril.! lia Lodge, at 7:30: o'clock sharp.
: :
Jacksonville club will arrive here in the
Records W. A. Transient fraternally invitedto
:. .: der, of this city, were passengers by the On Quarterly Conference companions
morning, and return after the is fin- attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P.
r. r steamship San Antonio for New York this game :McLean, H. T. Arnold, L. J. Dollins, W. N.
W. A. JONES, Secretary.
ished by special train.It .
week. Eubanks, p, B. F. Roper.On .
r is reported that yesterday was a warm Temperance-C. A. Saunders, W. Dun-
.' We learn that the orange crop is generallyin Knights of Honor.
,1' day-90 perhaps in the shade and 108 in bar, W. R. Minor, E. Miller W. C. C. Bran-
' fine condition. The trees have put on a Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H.,
i the sun, but a strong westerly breeze gave ning. and third in
meets the Tuesday nights
and the -
good growth groves are looking
t '; well. the semblance of coolness,and on the beach On Church Literature-T.. Bishop, J. D. every month, at 8 o'clock. Imo. :I: CCuriosityVariety?:r'S

{ d very one could very well pity those who had not Tucker, A. J. Russell. G. N. SAUSSY, Dictator.W. .

Dr. W. H. Pope has fitted up the building the good fortune to be there. Heat is not J. WOODWARD, Reporter. StoreOffers

opposite the :McDermott cottage, on Third felt here to the same degree as in Northern Range of Thermometer

street, for an office, and will occupy it in a cities, the dryness of the air prevents that FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JULY 13, Legion of Honor. a large and carefully selected
IIOBSEY'S DRUG STORE. Ponce de Leon Council No. 922 A. L. of
few days. ,
feeling of prostration which is so marked ina
H. meets the second and fourth Friday
L r Our Northern exchanges complain of excessive moister atmosphere. Sunstrokes are sel- Is S S 5 T3C nights, in every month, at 8 o'clock. STOCK OF HOSIERYFor

: heat,and great mortality among chil- dom heard of, and work can be carried on .<1'-1'. i. i. .:>... THEO. STARBUCK, Commander.W. .
} { dren as a consequence. The: death-roll in out-doors in these hot days. I to. co o J. WOODWARD, Secretary. Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.SANCXEE.CSJE .

' t the cities is frightful during the intenselyhot Saturday..July 7 78 87 88 86 SE.
Among the arrivals at the Mansion House
: Sunday.............. 8 78 90 86 85 SW. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. : : : S,
days. this week we notice Mr. :M. L. Payne, Su- : :Monday........... 9 78 92 93 86 SW.
The rapid growth of the tall weeds in our perintendent Public Instruction Marion I Tuesday...........10 79 90 88 SW. Silk, Linen, and Cotton.
I ........11 80 85 84 841 S'V.Thursday..12 Wesleyan Female Institute
'' streets and vacant lots suggests the propriety county, who is on a visit to his relatives, Wednesday ,
"1 76 84 86 84 SW. Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
of there being a general cleaning up of the ladies of the Mansion House; Major S. I I90 STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.
88 SW.
I Friday ............ .13 78 89 Laces Towels Napkins,
the streets. Conant, Superintendent Fla. S. R. R. ; :Ma- :I '" SEPTEMBER 20rn, 1883. ONE ,

4 Sherman Conant, Esq., general manager jor A. J. Russell, Jacksonville ; Ned E.Far-I MARINE. OPENS first schools for young ladies in Dress Lining, Buttons

of the Florida Southern Railroad, arrived rell, Waldo ; Rev. C. A. Saunders, Sanford ; the United States. Surroundings beautiful. and Notions Generally.A .
Climate unsurpassed. Pupils from eighteen
in the city Thursday, and took quarters at G. L. Gaskins, Starke ; G. D. Yeringslow, Port of Fernandina.HIGH States. Terms among the best in the Union.

n. {{ j ; ,; the Mansion Gainesville ; Captain W. N. Roberts and WATER. Board, Washing, English Course, Latin, and NECKTIES
family, Brunswick ; C. H. Dickinson, Flor- Saturday, July 14...... 2:59: A.M. 3:31: P. M. French, German, Instrumental Music, etc.,
received and marked low.
Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. & A. M., meets Sunday, 15...... 3:53": 4:24" for Scholastic year, from September to June, just
, [r;1 on Monday evening next. Work in the E. ida; Captain Baker and Lieutenant Brian, Monday, 16...... 4:46": 5:19" $238. For Catalogues, write to
r a t : U. S. Rev. Cutter Boutwell. Tuesday 17...... 5:39": 6:10"Wednesday REV. WM. A. HARRIS D.D. Pres't
I, 'i A. degree. All brethren in good standing Our Stock of COSSETS is Very Superior.:
4 I !' 18...... 6:31": 6:58"Thursday : 37 Staunton, Virginia.J. .
i ; ',::! : t:: are requested to attend. Grand Lodge Knights of Honor. 19...... 7:21":44"

I The second annual meeting of the Grand Friday, 20...... 8:09" 8:30" In PICTURE FRAMES BRACK-
:: t. Mrs. Chas. H. Jones and daughter, wife H. PRESCOTT $3J' ,

: i i and daughter of the editor of the Jacksonville Lodge Knights of Honor will be held at ENTERED. ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a

t' ; Times-Union, are enjoying Amelia's sea Gainesville on Wednesday next, the 18th DEALER INMEN'S fine variety.
f July 7-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah -
: / I breezes at the Strathmore. inst., at 12 o'clock m. The following are with freight and pas- FLORIDA AND SDII.TROPICIL CURIOSITIESA
:"..;,.ui:t i' '' I It1 the officers: sengers, to C. A. Haley, agent. BOYS' AND YOUTH'S, LADIES',

:;; I J. Wofford Tucker, LLD., of Sanford, a Grand Dictator-A. J. Russell, Jackson- 10-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S. SPECIALTY.

:Yl f I t. delegate to the Methodist Episcopal Conference ville. vannah ; with freight and pas-
y J in this week Past Grand Dictator-A. sengers to C. A. Orders from the Solicited.XING .*
: has been our city a guest .Jp& Country
l Wilder
Fernandina. 11-S. S. San Antonio, 1,680
.. : of Captain A. 0. :MacDonell. tons New York with freight
." Vice-Grand Dictator-H. J. Stewart, Jas- ,
..,' 'and passengers to R. W. South- S ,
; 1 1\Ir.J.1\I.CrosbyofthefirmofGreenleaf& AmGentlemen's >>
per.Assistant wick
t agent.
; j i 4 Co., Jacksonville, accompanied by his wife, Madison. Grand Dictator-H. J. McCall, 13-S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald, Savannah 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.

Y : ,!" : arrived here this week, and has taken Grand Reporter-W. J. Woodward, Fer- with freight and passengers Furnishing Goods,

.r,j : rooms at the Strathmore. nandina. "' to C. A. Haley. SEA ISLAND ROUTE.THE .

Grand Treasurer-J. H. Ancrum, Jasper. CLEARED. FERNANDINA FLA.
Travel on our railroads is unusually heavy
tiJi : Grand Guardian-W. A. Blount, Pensa- July 8-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa-
1 the low excursion STEAMER
this month. Probably
1. cola.Grand vannah ; with freight and pas Notice.
i rates invite travel from some, while others Chaplain-Rev. E. S. Tyner, Mad sengers, by C. A. Haley..
(. go back North to visit their friends and ison.Grand 11 9-Brig G. W. Halls. McConnell, ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JULY 16,
Guide Wm. Fox Leesburg. Buenos Ayres ; lumber, J. C. ,the Fernandina Labor Society will : ;
t ;' t :' preach Florida. Grand Sentinel-W. H. Garland, Fernan- Read. demand $1.75 per day, and 25 cents per hour N A

I,l J r Fernandinaisunusually healthy this summer dina. 10-Sch. Wm. H. Keeney, Lippincott, for night work, as compensation for labor
and in consequence the doctors complain Supreme Lodge Representative-Jacob New York ; lumber, by Hilliard performed by any member of the Society.
j a Huff, Jacksonville.State & Bailey. SAM COOK,
l* : : d'. of extraordinarily dull times. Only Medical Examiner-Dr. J. D. Fer- 11-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- FRED HUNT, President.
'! I. one death, that of an infant, has occurred nandez, Jacksonville. vannah, with freight and pas- Secretary.Fernandina ST. NICHOLAS

t within the last fifty days. sengers, by C. A. Haley. Fla., July 6,1883.Administrator's .
e Arrivals at the Strathmore.D. 12-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder, 1,680 leave Fernandina for Savannah
: ; The roof of a dwelling house on Beach WILL
New York with Notice. Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
tons, freight
'. Hunter and family, J. J. Wilford, W. ;
I street, opposite the A. M. E. Church, occu- and passengers,by R.W. South- day mornings, arriving at the latter place
W. Lee, J. A. Vanzant, :Miss Mary Corgen, WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL
pied by Wm. Delaney, caught fire yesterday wick agent. SIX the same evenings.
: C. H. Ashmead B. J. Arandell J. F. Sullivan to the Honorable Judge of the for Fer
13-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah Returning, will leave Savannah
afternoon about five o'clock, but prompt County Court for letters administration of
B. F. Smith, S. H. Wethington, :M. ; with freight and pas- the estate of Spicer C. Braddock deceased. nandina on Monday Wednsday and Fri
; assistance was on hand, and no serious dam- Gonzalez, M. Prado, E. Delgum, Henry sengers, by C. A. Haley.IN JOHN O'VE"XS.Fernandina day, at 8 a. m.

,: age was done. Hunn, J. F. Tenn and lady, W. Bowlin, G. PORT. Fla., July 2,1883. Deck Pass. without Meals, $3.00

i : The pretty pavilion and neat bathing- :M. Morrell, C. E. Taylor E. H. Harmon, J. Bark Car;Armstrong.Bark Cabin 1.00
houses on the beach attract much attention Ibis (Am.), Sawyer. HO FOR THE BEACH 7.00
t I :M. Crosby and wife, Mrs. John Hartridge, Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell.Sch. Excursion

i t I and deserved admiration. If the railway child and servant, Mrs. C. H. Jones and Tom Williams, Wheaton.For A ND A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia

was in operation we believe the whole town cliild, Jacksonville; G. W. Cross, Chicago; Boston, and Baltimore.

: would seek the beach once in twentyfourhours D. W. King Astor, Fla. John R. Ellis At- Sale.A three elegant Omnibuses McGinnis For tickets and state-rooms, apply at tbe
and several more pavilions and a ; handsome piano and stool for $100. & Rawson can be secured for private partieson Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. .
lanta ; W. H. Mahoney, Callahan ; R. Aus- Less than can bought in any city.PERCY very reasonable terms,at any hour,either MERCIER,
I score more of bathing-houses would be tin, J. A. Edwards, Mrs. Meddaugh and family JONES. day or night. General Passenger Agent.J. .

t needed. Fernandina. Fernandina. July 14, 1883. 26 MCGINNIS & RAWSON. N. HARRIMAN, Manager.j .




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