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: August 4, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
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Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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V. FE R NAN DINA, FLA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1883. NO. 36. i l


STATE NEWS. original possessors. Those from every lo- same system of drainage adopted in the NEW YORK. the efforts of a number of waggish friendsto

cality are cultivated people, with minds: ele- eastern portion will be applied to this as induce Jay Gould to
get up a race
Columbia.IMPROVEMENTS vated above the petty strifes which some soon as the change of:season will warrant THE SITUATION OF TIIETELEGRAPIIERS' STRIKE- his steam yacht Atalanta Mr. Jaffray'sStranger ,'

OF LAKE CITY COTTON GINNING would suppose natural to different train- such work. The park has been planted in DRESSING AT THE SUMMER RESORTS :NOT and an outsider
are causing a
COMPANY.-This indefatigable company ings-social and political. It is a source of orange trees along the walks, and the lawnsset NEARLY .3;
AS EXPENSIVE AS IT USED TO great deal of amusement. The idea is to ;"
is making vast improvements on its much gratification that as a people, never in Bermuda grass. The work on the BE-THE TRADE DOLLAR COMING get them both beaten through some hocus- r

square at the railroad. Last year they built was there more kindly feeling and more park has been done at private expense, Mr. INTO CIRCULATION AGAIN pocus. The charitable Wall street sharks l

a large and commodious warehouse with genuine harmony than exists in the Fort Trafford himself bearing most of it. All the To tILe Editor of the Mirror; : mean to demoralize the little Wall street t

office attached. They are now engaged in Dade country i people are interested in this improvement
NEW YORK, July 28, 1883. terror and get him disgusted with his ves '
building a large ginning house. It is a two- and they should contribute to it. I
The, educational advantages are of a superior freely The The telegraphers' strike remains practi- sel. He is too wary however and besides

story brick structure 105 by 28 feet. The order. In the limits cited above there ladies propose giving soon a moonlight ex- cally unchanged, each party claiming thatit has too little sporting spirit in him to ever S SS r

first, or ground floor, is of half-story height, are not less than five schools in successful cursion in the interest of the park, and we can hold out as long as the other remains indulge in the luxury a match. {S

and will be used for the shafting, belting, operation during the year, and some of them doubt not our people,will cheerfully avail obstinate. After a careful review of the A dog fancier tells me that the fashionable .
etc. The next floor is the general ginning of the first order. The Fort Dade school, themselves of the opportunity to contribute state of affairs, it strikes me that the matter dog of the near future will be the black ', ..,.

floor, and the third floor, half-story, is forth the Clear Lake school and the Ellerslie something to so desirable a work.-The will end in a compromise. The Western poodle neatly shaved up to the neck so as ,: >"

(' storage of cotton to be ginned. On the school have no superiors in any other State; Sanford House is receiving such attentionas Union is certainly doing better than the to give him a leonine appearance. There

east side of the building to the north are and saving the mechanical apparatus, even may be necessary to 'put it in perfect strikers anticipated, but it is at enormous have been numerous demands for dogs of t

the boiler room, the engine room and the the best colleges do not excel them. The order, and Mr. Trafford_,informs us that as expense, both of money and labor. The best this kind. It was at one time attempted to

blacksmith shop, and adjoining these roomsto two first are taught by graduates, gentlemenof he has the selection among a number of the of the operators are nearly fagged out from force the Caniche poodle into circulation
the south will be the large cotton press to best hotel men in the Union applicants for as
intellectual the latter overwork. One them
high powers ; by a of dropped senseless financial men would say, but it failed for
be employed by the company. The work is of it, none other than a first-class man will be from his ,
lady superior merits and attainments.The chair last Tuesday morning from the dog. though clever and affectionate '
through actively under the engaged,-St. Gertrude has been laid was
being pushed off
sheer exhaustion and want of The too
sleep. big and acted
church facilities are also of the best too much like an
management of Mr. W. F. Bowe, of Savan- in acre lots of which ten have already been overgrown i
kind. There are six of these-three Baptist strikers, it must be said are behaving admirably boy to be a lady's pet. A pretty cross/ '
nah. The building is now ready for the taken for actual improvement. A fiveacrelot r ,.
and if it is true that the
and three Methodist and very soon there Knightsof between a poodle and a Yorkshire terrier is
roof. A large platform will be annexed to embracing the spring, has been reservedfor Labor shoved this division of their Broth- f
will be at San Antonia a Catholic church being sold by a fancier, which is creating E
the north side of the warehouse, and a completed. At most of these churches the a hotel, which, it is quite probable, will erhood forward to do pioneer duty for other some talk. The days of the pug are there- Ei.i. '
handsome general office will be built at the be built there this winter.-Sanford Journal.
sweetest music that can be rendered from they not have made a better fore evidently numbered, for in view of such
entrance to the grounds on the north side. selection. All that want to do is to
and they opposition he can be
excellent instruments is united, A FRIGHTFUL RAILROAD WRECK scarcely expected to :
Everything is planned for convenience, andis blended with the voices of the first-class keep oat the outside demagogues, who are hold his own. "

put up in a solid, substantial manner. choirs, to swell the anthems of praise of a TWENTY-THREE PERSONS KILLED AND OVER always ready to shove themselves forwardto A new development in the street vendors #

Thecompany is composed of fine businessmen and FIFTY WOUNDED. inflame and then to retire when the mis- trade is the sale of little
grateful, prosperous happy people.- green parrots. The
and they are preparing to do a large Fort Dade Messenger. ROCHESTER, N. Y.,-July 28.-The Rome, chief has been done. poor little fellows are dreadfully crowded in il.
business.-Our went woolgathering Watertown & 'Railroad
reporter hereto-
The Jersey Lily's departure and the deci- the little cages in which they are carried.

this week, and finds that there have Jackson. fore so free from disastrous, .,. accidents, has at sion in the Tearle divorce suit formed the They climb all about the wires to get out of
been shipped from Lake City this season to Judge F. M. Walker, owner of the Mari- last met with one which has cost dearly in each l
topics of conversation in theatrical circles other's way. They are as too
date 8,332 pounds of wool, of which A. G. anna and Apalachicola telegraph line, with life and property. The news received has yet
this week. So far as the former is con- young to speak, for fear of learning words
Bigelow shipped 4,000, and J. Potsdamer his foreman, Mr. Hale, passed through Ma- been very meagre all"day, and the morning cerned, it is safe to assume that Freddie will and phrases which would be unfit for t,

4,332 pounds. This represents $2,083, and rianna Wednesday, on the way home. The papers here published the most scanty details -
not break his
neck, for now that he has polite society but the dealer gives a''
the season is not through by any means. line is now ready for the wire, which will of one of the worst accidents which has you
been removed from beyond the charm of guarantee that they are quick learners.
The export of this article from this place be here and at Apalachicola about the first occurred since the,Spuyten Duyvil disaster.
the beautiful English woman, his married Three or four men have been selling them 1
will, in the near future, aggregate quite a of August. Half the wire will be deliveredat The accident occurred at the flag station on 9
sister will take him in on Broadway for
hand and try to the past few days at
handsome Our farmers Marianna'and half at The the & Falls Division
sum. are paying Apalachicola. Oswego Niagara of the bring him back to his senses. He accompanies prices ranging from one to three dollars. ,,
each year more attention to their sheep and distance between the terminii! is about 110 road, known as Carlyon, 30 miles west of I
her to this week
Saratoga where his
increasing their folds.-Lake City Reporter. miles. It is sixteen miles to the Jackson Charlotte, and almost directly north of the INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTS. A
Eole will probably start for the cup on Sat-
Columbia county's contribution to county line and thirty-nine miles from village of Albion, on the Falls Branch of r

Louisville was forwarded by the managerson thence to Wewahitchka, making the latt.crthe the Central Railroad. The train was the urday. $144,553,336 COLLECTED DURING THE PAST YEAR 1,.'..

Tuesday last. It was trul.a. creditable half-way point. Mr. Hale informed us steamboat express, which runs regularly be- Some years ago the cry used to be that it AT A COST OF ABOUT $5,120,000. '

tween Niagara Falls and Cape Vincent, and cost a fortune to keep one's wife or other WASHINGTON,July 27.-The Commissioner :'. :;
for the time bestowed it. The that for
upon eighty days not a single person was frequently draws from seven to ten sleepingcars of Internal Revenue has written a letter to
field crops were represented in force. Na- seen except the members of the line force. filled with Thousand Islands excur- female relatives at a seaside resort for a Secretary Folger in regard to the operationsof

tive wines, woods, etc., aggregating eightysix Often he had to wade or swim the creeks, sionists from the West Last night it con- month, on account of the dresses they were his office in which he says : P

specimens altogether formed the ,ex ponds and bayous. ,The line runs from Ma- sisted of eight sleeping, cars,., one .mjnlar .obliged to wear. Now we have changed all "The offices of all the collectors of inter- .
coach, a smoking car and baggage, ana WM nal revenue, 126 in number; were carefully
hibit. With more time, a finer exhibit rianna down the Chipola river to the Dead drawn by two locomotives, engines Nos.: 01) that. The materials used are of the cheapest examined before the close of the last fiscal ,; 4

could have been made, but the specimens Lakes, and thence direct to the Gulf. The and 51. kind as a rule. That they look light and year, ending June 30, 1883, and the entire

forwarded are a good advertisement for Co Judge is sunburned, but otherwise looks A terrible gale was blowing, and rain was cool seems to be the sole requisite. A ladyof collections of internal revenue for that year, '
lumbia falling in torrents. The train: was runningat my acquaintance, who has been migrating amounting to $144,553,366.96, have been not
county, and will demonstrate to the well while Mr. Hale who has been
the rate of 35 or 40 miles an hour. It only accounted for but paid into the Treas-
stranger the capabilities of our soil, climate out months, looks better than usual.- was not marked to stop at Carlyon, and I between ,Saratoga and Long Branch, tells ury of the United States. The collection of -

and manufacturing interests.-Lake City Messrs. Davis and Keeling will shortly establish there was no one to warn the engineer of me that during this whole season she had this vast sum cost the Government about {

Reporter. mill any danger. A box car had been left on scarcely seen a dress which could not have $5,120,000, a percentage of 3J,and the moneywas I
a grist ginnery, to be run
Hernando. the siding and this car was started by the disbursed without any loss to the Uni- : .
been furnished for $100. A few she
, by steam, in the building now occupied by wind and blown down and upon the main very ted States.

FORT DADE. The above name includes a i Mr. Modlin as a carriage shop. A grist track, so that it stood upon an angle, half had seen which might have cost $300, but The comparative statement of the receipts t, '.,

section of country much more extensive mill and a gin in town have long been on and half off the track. The express this was the very extreme outside limit. As during the fiscal years ending June 30, 1882 1

than our friends abroad are aware of. The needed I train struck this car, and the terrible regards jewelry, cheapness added to lightness and 1883. shows receipts as follows : '
and we wish for those enterprisingyoung wreck which followed was the result. The In 1882, $146,523,273 ; in 1883 $144,553-
tract of lying within a limit of six and tastefulness in it well.
country prevails
men a large measure of success. Mr. crash was heard, by persons living near, 366, being a decrease$1,969,907. The total ,
miles and about fifteen miles long is con- Davis (Joe) is well known as worthy, capable above the storm, and they rushed out of It is only the wives and daughters of rich receipts from spirits was, in 1882 $69.873-

sidered by the citizens here as comprisingFort and doors to behold nothing, but to hear groans Hebrews who wear diamonds.Are 408; in 1883 $74,368,775, being an increase ;
Dade, but this limit does not deserving, while his partner, Mr. and cries for help. The front engine was of 4495367. The increase was mainly
proper, Keeling, comes to Marianna well recom flung from the track on the north side, the days of the Salvation Army num- from spirits distilled from grain $4,274,314 ;

embrace all the beautiful territory which mended. Success to the new mill and gin. while the one following left the rails on the bered? Itjooks very much that way. First from retail liquor dealers (special tax),$169-

lies within what was formerly known as Marianna Times. south side, and turning'around parallel they drove:them from the steps of the City 232; from spirits distilled from fruit, $32-

Fort Dade, and in all probability, as the with the train, literally mauVa somersault_ 786 ; and from wholesale liquor dealers (spe-
Leon.A in the ditch with its trucks in Hall, where they used to hold afternoon cial tax
country continues to grow in population it i landing; the ), $16,807. The total receipts from
better air, with escaping volumes of smoke and sessions and exhortations; next they stopped tobacco were : In 1883 $47,391,989; in 1883,
will be still farther narrowed down. The crop season is rarely known than
steam coming from it. The baggage car them from parading through the streets $42,104,250, being a decrease of 5287739. .
thickly settled settlements (approaching the the present. First of all the weather was was jerked after it and tossed as if only the The decrease was mainly on chewing and
with their 6ig bass drum
and shout-
importance of little towns), of "Chipco," favorable to the growth of small grain, and tail of a kite on top of the locomotive. The ,singing smoking tobacco $2,897,339; on cigars and i, )
smoking car, which followed torn ing; now they are even prevented from exhorting cheroots. $1,530,637 and dealers .
'Clear Lake," "San Antonia," and "Ellerslie" the result was in this region a fine oat crop. was ; on in manufactured -
from the rails and dashed into a thousand in'the street nehr their own bar- tobacco (special tax), $860,723.The i
will be carved off from Later, though in some neighborhoods there
probably "Fort I splinters.! The scene was indescribable. racks, and are obliged to confine themselvesto total receipts from fermented liquors ;'
Dade," and the locality where the Messenger may have been more rain than the cotton The first sleeper kept on the track, althoughit was, in 1882, $16,153,920; in 1883, $16,900-

is published will alone bear the name. Occupying needed, and less than corn called for, upon was hurled from the trucks, and the sides the house. Verily no end of obstructionsseem 615, being an increase of $746,695. The increase i
the whole the and ends were smashed in. It was completely to be thrown, in their way to prevent was mainly on ale, beer and porter
it does of neither in this
as now, so extensive an crop county
flattened out. The second 745365. The
sleeperwas them from* saving sinners. But railery special tax on brewers was
area a description of It can only be general. suffered either from too much of wet or of telescoped half upon it, and left its aside, the authorities could do better decreased $10,939. 4

Taking this, therefore, as a starting point, dry weather. The result is that a fine yieldof trucks and the track. The third left its for- no The total receipts from banks and bank- ;)
we will northward and allude corn has already been secured while the ward trucks and mounted the wreck, but than to put a stop to practices which makea ers not national, were : In 1882, $5,253,458; :,
go passinglyto stood on its rear trucks and was not demol- circus of religion. In Europe the Salva- in 1883, $3,748,994, being a decrease of $1- 1
the character of the soil and the numberof outlook is, in proportion to acreage planted, ished. 504464. The decrease on bank deposits was
tionists have been the direct cause of a great
residences within the space of seven more than an average cotton crop.-Econo- Under and around the wreck could be $1.060.894.. and. on bank capital. $431.006. t

miles on the road. The land is high and undulating seen heads. and ar sand- men and women deal of trouble. Here, fortunately, we are The total miscellaneous receipts were : 1882
mist.The were calling for help in most piteous ac clearer headed and coolor hearted, but even $7,859.497; 1883, $7,430,731, being a decreaseof
alternating with pine and ham-I project of draining St. Augustine cents. For a wonder the engineer and fire- at that their wild and frantic methods can- $419,766. There was an increase of$105- '-

mock. Of the first named there is nothing branch is being agitated again, and it is man of the pilot engine were not seriously not but exert a bad influence 973 on penalties, and a. decrease of $516,055on
very on easily
equal to it in the State. In fact, it is much hoped that something practicable and tangi- injured. Their companions on the follow- bank checks, friction matches, patent !
ing engine did not fare so well. Engineer impressioned minds, making them liable to medicines, etc.
preferable to a great deal of the hammock ble will result from the present movementfor McCarthy, one of the best on the road, was commit actions which they otherwise would The following tabular statement is an estimate -

land even in the best sections. The latteris this much needed and desirable im terribly scalded, and his death was a ques- not be guilty of. of the annual reduction of internal

of two classes. The stiff hammock is of provement. We are informed that a com- tion of only a few hours. :Fireman Lucius taxation, under date of March 3, 1883, on
France was instantly killed, his body being The trade dollar is gradually finding its the basis of the receipts for the fiscal year
extra quality, and ranks second to none. petent engineer says the work will cost only f
scarcely recognizable. W. H. Chauncey 1883: "
back into circulation. When the
The light hammock is good land and aver- about $400.-The third kiln way scare
of brick for train master of the road, sat upon the fire- Taxation.
first number of Jewish Objects of Annual Reduction.
ages with that usually found scattered over this season is being burned at the yard of man's side of the engine, and is among the began a clothing-
injured, but his wounds he houses, to draw trade, announced that they Capital and deposits of banks and
the State, but of this class there is very lit- Mr. George Damon, near the depot. Mr. notwithstanding the work of bankers not national.............. $5,249,173
superintended rescuing the vic- would take the coin
betrayed at This
tle. There are in the distance named above, Damon employs eighteen hands and pushes tims. par. Snuff chewing and smoking tobacco -

from this office, eleven residences. Return- business with a vim.-Another boat The list of the killed foots brought them a run of custom until other ...................................... 12,906,196 r
arrived -
twenty-three while persons up houses in the same line did likewise, and Cigars........................................ 9,122,926 f
ing and tour the for Lake Jackson fifty more were seriously
taking a southerly same on Saturday. The injured of them then the trick lost its value. Then saloon Cigarettes...... ..........................._ 694,052
some fatally.
number of miles, we find the lands of simi- Belle City sail boat Nancy Lee, manufac- Special taxes peddlers of tobacco
Among the number of those whose threadof keepers began first by agreeing to take themif (
lar character, and twenty-one residences, tured by the celebrated Racine Boat Company and of manufacturers of and
life was cut short this terrible calamity a certain number of drinks taken. dealers in tobacco snuff
by were cigars
eight of which at Ellerslie but five ordered by Mr. E. A. Crawford
are arrived was Mr. Thomas Dixon, of Cleveland, From this they soon retreated to accepting etc.......................................... 1,136,405
miles south of Fort Dade. Starting across at the depot on Saturday morning.She Stamp taxes on bank checks. .... 2,318,455

now, as the road runs from west to east, the is 18 feet long, 3 feet 5 inches beam, Ohio, who, with his family, spent some them without stipulation. Grocers and Friction matches......................... 3,272,258
time last winter in this city, a guest of Mr. dealers in fancy goods next followed. In a
Patentmedicinesperfumery, cos- i
land with
is the same, and sixteen are and is built a special view to speed.
Wui. Lawtey. few weeks tfie, trade dollar will be as well metics, etc............................. 1,978,396
passed on the road. Mr. Crawford will keep his trim little craft w
,off as foreign coins. When the hue and -
The intervening country is settled in pro- in Lake Jackson during the winter,' and THE CHOLERA 'IN EGYPT. : Total.....................................$36,677,861 i ,
raised them
was against nobody wanted
portion to the above, and the whole country! take her to St. Teresa in the summer. He ALEXANDRIA. August 2.-Two deaths cry Add capital and deposits of national i
them. Now rid of them
one can almost
from cholera occurred here The get banks, paid directly to
the of also received a Sturtevant folding duck boat, yesterday.
presents rather appearance a thinly be total number of deaths from cholera in anywhere except in street cars and at the Treasurer........................... 5,959,702
settled suburban radius than any other idea which can folded up and taken in a Egypt since the first outbreak of the diseaseto banks. i

can convey of its population. The classesof buggy to any of the numerous beautiful date is 11,000. The deaths from cholera I the Total reduction......................$42,637,563 { 4
saw Comptroller Campbell other
people who have settled are of superior lakes of Leon county.-Floridian. among the British troops in Egypt, so far,
number eighty-four. day. He looks very bad. He seems to be off
order. When we say classes, we mean this : Orange.In : A dispatch from unable to the extensive Showing ; Two women were recentlyseen
Constantinople says that get over defalcations pricing ginghams in a shop. One remarked -
Those from the Northern and those from the a brief interview with Mr. E. R. Traf-- two cases of cholera are reported at the Caz- which were committed under him and to the other on the label to the

Southern States, and while in point of so- ford, the agent of the English Company, he aretto Hospital fatal.LONDON at Smyrna. One case has which were possible, because he took thingsfor goods: "See the American eagle and the 1

ciability and intelligence, there is no demar- informed that he is proved motto E plnribus unurn-that's the Frenchfor
us now engaged in fit-
August 2.-There were 887 deaths granted instead of looking after them 'in time of peace prepare for war.-"
cation, there is some difference in their habits ting up the Sanford wharf in readiness for from cholera in Egypt on Wednesday, including himself. He seems utterly broken down. Boston Advertiser.

of living, working, etc. These are fast the heavy business of the ensuing winter; 273 at Cairo, where there were three He will take a' long rest and try to get rid

harmonizing however, and in a few years it that he has a large force grading the streetsin deaths among British troops. Twelve Eng- of his nervousness. Good health, rosy cheeks and beautiful
lish doctors arrived at Alexandria skin
to-day. ladies
can get by using Brown's Iron
will be impossible to trace them back to the the western,part of the city, and that the They will proceed to Cairo. In yachting ,circles and in Wall street, Bitters. L

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i TIlE OLD CHURCIIFARD.L \ child. By great good luck Mrs. Annesley, I herself furiously till the figures finished to derision were hurled after them by the ical account by any Catholic power which

the girl's governess, now chaperone, was a her rapid descent upon her son with' the imperative rougljs; and the sensitive bays quivered and desires to extend its influence in the country -

t. --4 I Breathe soft and low, 0 whispering wind, woman of culture and refinement. Under desire for their carriage to be or- curveted under a less firm rein than their ; and it is a significant fact that they are

{, ; i Above the tangled grasses deep, tier care Mabel grew into a charmingly intelligent dered immediately., She was tired of that master usually held. The crashing of church being multiplied in number every year, and
t' !i Where those who loved me long ago maidenhood. Excessively prettyin ball Also was it clear to Mabel's father bells :and the vile braying of an itinerant and that the Christian populations at each

,+, Forgot the world and fell asleep. the eyes of all but the bitterly prejudiced, why, as broughams rolled off with freightsof brass band finished the mischief. Off went of them look to France for that

It No towering shaft or sculptured urn, she had many graces, and was properly the ladies, the men of these august families the spirited animals, dashed round by St. I I religious protection which the republic

:N Or mausoleum's empty pride, crowning joy of Mr. Smith's existence ; should come hurrying back seeking the Mary s Church, tore along the main road denies to clerical orders at home; while

w \ ; Tells to the curious passer-by but being hrs child, she was unmercifully pleasure of a dance with the till now ne- from the town, upset a fish stall, smashed a Latin monasteries, which are under French

t; j|. ; -3i Their virtues, or the time they died., snubbed and held at arm's length by the glected star. But- baker's cart, and were only brought to a protection, are active in identifying

$ patrician dames Cleyshire, as if she had He who will not when he may. standstill by the pole breaking and one of Biblical localities, and in attaching to them
$. I count the old familiar names. been a pestilence. Mr. Smith soon found When he will he shall have nay," the runaways coming swiftly to his knees. such sacred traditions as may justify their
O'ergrown with moss and lichen ray, this out, and resented for his darling what Among the terrified throng that came rush- being invested with the necessary characterof
+ ? :Where tangled brier and creeping vine he laughed at for himself. thought Mr. Smith, savagely, delighted at after them
ing It sometimes
Geoffrey Uppingham was sanctity. happens that
i'-rjfl Across the crumbling tablets stray. Not a very lively part of the world this- spiting them. Before his daughter under- the foremost. church one
L ; The suuimer sky is softly blue, eh Mab?" said he stood the rapid turn of affairs, half a dozen captures a holy place from another
one spring day flinging
"Thank: God, you're safe, my darling !1" which redounds not a little to the political
The birds still sing the sweet, old strain; down a paper containing lists of people names were on her programme. Before the the groom vowed he heard him say as he triumph of the protecting Thus
M'i.fe power.
first could claim her Mr. Smith ,
But something from the summer time at balls to which they had receivedno partner an-
present disentangled Miss Smith, unhurt though not long since, no fewer than 120 Greek
nounced that and
he was going, no entrea-
:S" r jfn Is that will not come again. invitations.
.. gone, insensible, and bore her to Captain Uppingham's Christians at Kefr Kenna-which is
t.r' f i ties of tardy admirers could induce him to assert-
I" I i; So voices have been hushedSo "Gay enough for me, papa, answered brougham, which speedily drove up. ed, by those interested in making it so, to
many Mabel, dimly divining the source of discon- stop. But perhaps the inventing.Mr. be Cana of Galilee the of
groom was only scene the miraculous
have ceased for Not even Geoffrey Uppingham's. So that
I : N v{ >4 many songs aye- tent. "You know I never care to drag you Smith had not escaped so easily. Flung conversion of water into wine-sud-
So hands I used to touch luckless man could only watch Ma
be dull.
about to dances where must
i" $ you bel in white fur and clean over a laurel hedge into a garden, belay denly, owing to circumstances which mv
?1 i l [ Are folded over hearts of clay. You haven't had the chance of puttingme being shrouded hur- unconscious, one broken arm doubledup clerical informant refrained from particularizing -
: h, The mossy world recedes from me- to the here," grumbled her ried on her father's arm down stairs, while
penance under his head.
raised his abandoned the Greek
Carefully by Church
L. I hear its blame he followed with MM. Annesley, for
cease to praise or : just
; father "but brightening "I've an
; up late adversaries
he beside his became Latins
t'. was placed or Romanists.-Lawrence
touch the little
of hand
The marbles echo back one more gloved ,
,, mossy idea. We've done to our
not our duty
+ daughter and with tribe of doctors in attendance in the Review.
a Oliphant Fortnightly
! :: & No hollow sound of empty fame. neighbors. We've had no housewarming.When and a shy "good night" from the beautiful,
: ,.: was soon in hisown home. There
; haunted
half sad that him for .
l '* 'V't the days are longer we'll entertainall gray eyes .,
s. ,' I only know that calm and still, hours afterward. the first moment he had power to speak he CHOLERA INPANTUAT.
band from tennisin
round-have a town,
desired that his daughter should be sent to
+,a They sleep beyond life's woe and wail, That ball seemed the climax of society's
in the
a the afternoon, and a hop' even- him-he must talk to her alone at once! PRACTICAL HINTS REGARDING THE CARE orrnlLDRE.'i
the fleet of clouds Soon
t' Beyond sailing friends Mrs. spleen with the Smiths. sundry gentlemen -
ing. That'll fetch our up-eh, Mabel
,*v. and trembling and loving,leaning over IX HOT WEATHER.
the shadow of the vale. of
Beyond showed softening being
; ai I only feel that, tired and worn, Annesley? Do you did like the plan, Mab? civil. Mr. Smith.'utterly declined to have him,. Child," he said, "we don't know "Cholera infantum," said Dr. J. F. Isom
No-in secret she not. InstinctivelyMrs.
; how this end. If have
yj'1 Mi I halt upon the highway bare, foresaw disaster to the anything to do with them. may I to godon'tcry vesterday to a Leader reporter, "is as much
S Annesley !--I should diehappierif I left you prom- like Asiatic cholera it i is to
And gaze with yearning eyes beyond scheme. But Mr. Smith in high glee ran They'd ridden the high horse when they as imag
To fields that shine supremely fair. of to be invited and chose. Now it was his turn. He wasn't ised to a worthy-husband. (Mabel started ine. It is caused principally from extreme
catalogue people ,
over a backas white "Your Cousin
going to be whistled to their (something not as a ghost.) heat. When the temperature at night ranges
assured himself for month devising
prep- polite) heels like a dog!" Robert, up at Stockpool, wants you for his from seventy degrees upward many cases of
THOSE SMITHS. arations for a festivity his daughter dreaded : "
The Committee of Gentlemen got in a wife. Will you marry him ? the disease may be expected, but if the
but could not avert. Of course, when the
"No father!1" she murmured
i cool there is not much
k muddle over their church. The Reverend nights are so danger,
: When Mr. Josiah Smith bought Tolles- thing came on it was an abject failure. hand don't ask to."
'' at the Towers ; no matter how hot the days. During the
Algernon Copeland signified
'", 3'' ", ham Towers the event was considered a caw Shoals of refusals arrived each morning. "Why not?"
that former offer would be day, let the weather be ever so
a now gladly ac : a
,, X; lamity throughout the neighborhood. Theworld' Every lady for miles round was suffering cepted. But- Because," dropping on her knees and i child will not be so much affected by the
S knows well that North Clayshire is from indisposition. The men "presentedtheir "because married '
weeping wildly- now and
Ch-u-r-ch said Mr. Smith heat as while sleeping for this reason
+ the centre of Conservatism. There compliments, but would be from homeon pre- I'
, ; 4' every tending to have forgotten all about it. Oh, Oh, father will yon forgive me? the warm nights cause most of the trouble.
tr. who is one counts crusaders and May 21. Some took no notice of R. S. "To of
one, any I said whom? said he, after a pause ac- Extreme heat in a child's body will
remember! Ah something once ; arrest
V. P. but tossed their cards aside answering -
early barons among their ancestors. TheY tual.seconds, seeming hours.
but didn't to want it I sent the of digestion, diarrhoea
process ensues
seem so my ,
; : Leavenhams came in with the Conqueror. them neither by word nor presence. father. -
mite to Stockpool. You are welcome to "Geof-fe-ry Up-Up- Uppingham, and if this is not checked it will run into
,, ; ty.e a The Godwins, of Seaford, are Saxon. Within The day was delicious as the soul of if that's ,Ve were m-married in London, halfan cholera infantnin. The disease is sometimes

d. ;. x .t a radius often miles round Tollesham is spring. The band discoursed sweet music. fifty And pounds with, though that small, sum the any use.mortified bour before you sent for me to come rapid in its action the little sufferer dying
Games of all kinds courted players refresh- "
such a representative collection of birth and ; home.
within few hours after
cleric Mr. Smith grimly chuckling a being attacked
ky ; ; .,1; blood as distinguishes, not to say hallows, ments, lavishly provided, were freely par- over the departed.discomfiture of the grandees who The sufferer lay very still under this fresh while in other cases a child may be sick for,

that spot beyond all other, even in this taken of-by the servants. But the company felt the want, if they wouldn't recognizethe blow. Mabel turned calm with very fright. weeks with summer complaint before chol- 1
closest of close counties. It to A few country lawyers, doctors, par-
was grief But;presently he said, in a very matteroffact infantum ensues.
of his era
'. '?' this community when the ':last owner of the sons, and their respective families, a few weight moneybags.But way :
"The in of
it was an awkward state of affairs. discharge cases summer complaint J
t ;':; t Towers died, practically heirless-desecra- squireens, a few townspeople from Nar- Under it the rich man, soured out of all Kiss me, and don't fret, child. Send I is filled with particles of curdled milk, J
i :;f.;, tion that the place should be thrown on the bridge, and that was about all. Not one of.. likeness to his old genial spirits, meditated the young man to me. What can't be cured : which cannot be digested, but in the last
: ;a market. But conceive the horror that beat the "cream" of Cleyshire, except youngMr. must be endured. 1
of cholera infantum the
of lost his
all retort spirits, stages discharge is
' ?f all those bosom when it of Beltoft, who, attractedin manner was
through high-bred Uppingham
; *
sometimes surly even to Mabel, and foundno clear and colorless, like rice water, and is
# known that the had been "in truth by Mabel's lovely face, acceptedthe
interest at Tollesham except in flinging sensible verdict that all the neighborhood filled with albumen. This discharge is
his de-
terrible invitation the rest of family
trade. The announcement wasfollo'ed his bad Mabel coincided in The of the but the of the blood
away money over farming. romance nothing watery portion
clined rode over in the teeth of his mother'sfierce
j k is by a of visits, all having for drooped sadly. The rosy light seemed dyingout whole proceeding took the edge off its un- which leaks through the intestines. Many
and for his
their the discussion of this terrible opposition, pains was received -
: t t,, object with sarcastic of her youth. She was growing misera- weleomeness. Mrs. Uppingham mire could children die just as if they had been bled to
There afloat by his a politenessthat
announcement." was a rumor ble in her fine, new home, and could have not harden her heart against the poor girl, death, but in most cases of cholera infantum
him to
man" was made heartily glad get
the wholesale
I that new a away hated Tollesham had it not been the first when she was in such distress about: her the patients are filled with cramps and

butcher.had made One his knew on in good lucifer authority matches.he again.So the. entertainment was a fiasco. Mr. spot on earth where was born to her an experience ; father.: Captain Uppingham was always spasms, dying in great agony. Teething

monev the insult offered to most wonderful and sweet, though, open to the influence of female beauty, especi'ally children are more apt than others to be afflicted
One hinted that he had to do Smith's wrath rose at
something short. Could its shortness have when with of with this disease for the that
alas most coupled a quarter a reason
But for shame at
: this his daughter. confessing
.4 with soap. Mystery hung over point, sold been connected with Mr. Geoffrey Uppingham's million of money. It was discovered: that1r.Smith's the nervous system is in a constant state of
he would and
p z ; but all agreed that :Mr. Suuth'sadvcnt there himself locked out,
absence? Anyhow, by some family :\ : connection with trade only extended irritation, and the reflex nervous action
left the place forever. Swallowing mor-
misfortune all their circlemfr'
was a ; by closing
he after that to tea-and tea affects the stomach first.
legerdemain was gone soon was a preeminently generally
him made clear the heinousness of tification as best he could, he carried Mabel
4 against ball, whisked off to London, where it was respectable commodity. Further, it was "Yes,'' continued the doctor, "in the
his offence in stepping: betwixt the wind off to Norway for six weeks, and let his indignation -
i and cool before returning.But announced a relative in high places was found out that the late Mrs. Smith was great majority of cases children die from
theirnobility. Severethoughtheseni going to do something for him." quite a gentlewoman, a remote connectionof neglect; not that the parents do not try to
M'' tence was, it affected )Ir. Smith but little. after this nothing for awhile went Pack of stuck-up paupers!" growled Mr. a Clayshire baronet. That fact was a save their lives, but because they do not

+ At first, indeed, he appeared unconscious of well. Mabel might revel in country life, Smith, by way of comment on his depar- great help-the Uppinghams made much of know how to take care of the little ones.

being tabooed at all. He had paid a heavysum content with all surroundings: ; so was not ture. Can't even afford to give their sonsa it. ,They pardoned their son with a good During the warm months the babies shouldbe

}r. ;: for his place, now he only wanted to her father, while his child's feminine acquaintance decent start in the world! I dare say the grace, and all society obsequiously followed kept as quiet as possible. During the
r enjoy himself thereon after his own fashion, was limited to the parson's wife, in him and it is
young fellow's got nothing will day a good idea to give them plenty of
:,' t, perfectly happy, altering, and renovating who positively patronized her (on %300 a go to the dogs, now he's left his mother's suit.The young folks waited only to see Mr. fresh air. They should be permitted

: (for the Towers were going to ruin under year, mostly from tithe!) and the old women leading strings." An unkind speech, which Smith on the high road to health (and play out of doors in the shade all day, and

R 't' the old regime,) enjoying himself hugely of the parish, whose respect and reverenceMr. brought a hot blush Mabel's cheeks, and, henceforward he abjured politics and improved before they are put to bed at night a cool

;,- over farming some of his own land an art Smith would gladly have bartered for for the first time in her life, a spark of anger in farming), and then went off for bath would reduce their temperature and fit
I i of which he knew less than one of his own an hour's friendliness from Lady Laven- towards her father.It their honeymoon to Italy. Thence return- them for a good night's sleep. Mothers who

r footmen. But while contentedly going his ham or even Mrs. Uppingham. But these was early in the next year when some ing, they took up their abode at the Towers, nurse children should avoid heating their
*: 1 ; : t; own way, :Mr. Smith was sowing such a crop ladies showed no signs of unbending. town friends, rich like themselves-so rich whither I would direct my readers if they blood, and the bottles from which the
''i .t; of uncharitableness around him as he little Geoffrey Uppinghara certainly called at the and drink should be scalded
that they trod upon the skirts of the true want to see prettiest woman most youngsters daily
) 't j 3 dreamed of.Ve must have the place the Towers when the Smiths returned, but, upper tenbecame urgent for a visit harmonious household in all Clayshire.- and kept perfectly clear of sour milk. No

1 : 1 straight before Christmas," said he on firstgoing bringing neither card nor apologies from from Miss Smith, and to Kensington she WJiitehail Review. child suffering from diarrhoea should be per-

., 3 ,p into residence, never mind what it his mother, his visit was notonly not pleas- went, for once in her life glad to leave --_.----,-- mitted to go a day without medical atten-
costs! And this boastful vulgarity went ant, but added fuel to Mr. Smith's affront, home. Absent a month, she begged for one WHERE THE PARENTS OF THE tion. These directions, if followed, together

I ',*' -j;e forth on the four winds, rousing the wrath and tinged Miss Mabel's manner with a week more, and Mr.Smith,deeply engrossedin VIRGIN LIVED.On with a proper attention to dress, will probably -

.;t''' of old Lady Lavenham, who was left in theY pained reserve that sent the young man !. an exciting new piece of business, let her save the life of many an infant.-
:, lurch by local tradesfolk eager to secure the away verv uncomfortable indeed. stay readily. What that business was Mabel the western slope of the hill, and Cleat-eland Leader.A .
custom of the wealthy newcomer. "I suppose "Hang it!1" thought he. "I can't see found out when hastily summoned home about a hundred yards from the Castle of

we must wait upon ourselves now !" what one wants to be deucedly particularfor by telegram one February morning. Sepharis are the remains of the church, seaside note : Ah going to take a

m the irate dowager was heard to sa''. "This There's nothing bad about the old "You are not ill papa?" was her fright- which according to tradition, was built upon vacation at the beach ?" said one man to
sort of thing begun where will it stop?" and his is '' ? thesite of the reputed dwelling of the
man, daughter ened greeting, the moment she alighted at another as the two met on a boat going
:; Evidently Mr. Smith in her ladyship's eyes Well, what she might be occupied Mr. Narbridge station. parents of the Virgin by St. Helena, and down the harbor. "No ; I'm merely going

'1 t i was the thin end of a wedge which might Geoffrey amazingly just then. Cut off from hIll, my pet 1 Never better in my life. which dates, therefore, about 330 years after down to have my name registered at one of

IS! ;4' have for its conclusion the upsetting of hereditary the legitimate road to her acquaintance he Why, child you're shaking. I startled you Christ. Indeed, the exact locality is pointedout the beach hotels, so that it may be publishedin :

: i{ ,t:; dignity and the extinction of her had to seek her company through bywaysof by sending for you in a hurry. You won't where the Virgin is said to have received the guests' list. There is nothing like

. t'' mt own privileged"class.. his own contriving. Never had he beenso mind, though, when you hear the reason." the salutation'of the Angel. The putting on style, you know."-Swnerrille
% In blissful ignorance of his offence, however constant in his devotions at Tollesham Then, as they drove home Mr. Smith disclosed special interest which attaches to this spot Journal.

, t .p; Mr. Smith continued to spend his Church, though that was not the proper his secret. Of course Mabel had lies in the fact that, about two years ago, it
as he chose. He started such an establishment for the Beltoft and their was purchased by the Franciscans with
money parish people, pew, heard of the dissolution. For the next fort- a 'i
r that extra offices were needed next to the Smiths, was only granted them night all the country would be given over view! to the restoration of the church. At THE FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE i

for the servants. The gardens glittered with ; by courtesy. The country lanes, thoughnot to elections. Narbridge was looked upon as that time the high arch of the middle aisle FORYOUNG
+ erections. His chief gardener. thereabouts and the lower of the side aisles
new glass too picturesque became safe. An Uppingham or an Arden had ones were
fit was a gentleman who could reel off botanical deeply interesting to this young man, especially resented the place for fifty years. The Conservatives alone visible. The site had been for centu- _

+ t names in the Latin tongue without tripping those adjoining the towers. Mrs.An- always expected to walk over the ries the fuse-heap of the village, and the INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT

t a single quantity. Half a dozen carriages nesley, driving with Mabel in the afternoon course. But would they though, this time? excavations preliminary to the work of restoration THIS .'
came down from Long Acre of all accustomed to the have brought to light a subterranean
grew quite studiedly polite of Liberals clever -
A deputation far-seeing MOUNT EAGLE TEN Y.:,
V' degrees of luxury, and animals to match greeting of their good-looking neighbor, men-had waited on him, Mr. Smith andpetitiont'd chapel and a number of fragments of "_
soon filled the stables. And :Mr. Smith was and if the accidental meeting miscarriedshe him in the interest of his native columns which have recently been inclosedby
on the plateau of the Cumberland Mountains i
liberal; not to be called narrowmindedeither seemed to miss it. this cabal. He had ,a wall. I counted altogether twelve in
land to
oppose naughty a few miles from the University of the
for having, during several Sundays' So did Mabel the courtyard of which some
felt it his duty to yield to their entreaties are prostrateand South. The location ad-
dull sermons, taken in the needs of the It was strange how often the gentlemanwas others standing to a height of ten or presents
for health the mountainand
; ; rickety old church. Now hadn't we best on the route of the young lady's morn- and'Vhat will you say to have your fatheran twelve feet, while capitals and pedestalswere vantages free from all malaria, being on to

rebuild the whole thing?" said he to the ing canter (taken when his father wag busy M. P.-eh, Mab? I fancy my little girl strewn around. These were of syen- diseases. or liability con-

rector. "A couple of thousand will do it. with his bailiff), how continually appearing will hold her own among the best of them- ite and may possibly have been transportedfrom tagious All the branches usually pursued in
I'll give half. I did the same thing for a to open a gate, to give warning of traction don't you?" Egypt. The priests told me that for French Seminaries inclusive of

; chapel at Stockpool. I never grude my engines, to direct the best way home, i' But, ," faltered Mabel, "if-if you want: of funds the work of excavation was Modern are taught,

money for a place of worship." Imagine to make himself so useful that the groom'soffice don't get papa in !" for: the present suspended, but that enoughhad ., Music Languages.is made specialty under MADAME
the reception accorded to this offer first by became sinecure and not been discovered to the existence a
a ; only so Fiddlesticks prove
fudge ,
Fudge, fudge my DEBARRY a teacher of high -
the straightest of Anglican priests, next by useful, but so-agreeable Even Mr. Smith, dear! I'm sure to get in The body of the : of ,many more columns below the surface, whose testimonials are very from the first

the Restorative Committee'" of gentle- seeing him occasionally, commended him, people are growing intelligent. They'll be II in a much better state of preservation ; but musical professors from abroad and in this
folks, who held Dissent in livelier abhorrence saying he wasn't such a fool as the rest of thankful to throw off the yoke of the other these, together with the entrance to the sub- .
than heathenism, and yet were them." And when secret terranean of the church I
.E none through exer- I've capital committee part were concealed !
party. got a ; my charges of this school moderate.
of them rich enough to reject the parvenu'said tions on Geoffrey's part, an invitation arrived address is out to-day. I don't care what it by the debris, which had never been For terms and circulars address

and do the work themselves. for an approaching county ball, the costs-I will get in i"! thoroughly removed. He pointed out to SILAS McBEE
a Similar consternation was caused by Mr. fond parent fancied his child was finding Whatever Mabel thought she dared not me the fact that the side pillows, which Principal.

;! Smith's equally; generous: offer in a different his level at last, and in return prepared to speak. The terrors of the fortnight that supported the arches still standing, were divided References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer-

direction. The Hunt, of North Cley- make himself amiable even to his enemies. followed she will not forget to her dying into five sections, and said that they nandina ; Dr. H. Robinson, Jacksonville;

"r shire, was in a bad way when he came to But, alas! Mr. Smith reckoned without his day. Every spark of malice in her father's had been so built in order that they might Rev. A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24

Tollesham. Tenants' disasters pulled on host. Tall, well-made, gray-haired, and of composition entered into the contest. inclose the actual walls of the original

landlords' pockets. Sporting subscription good presence, he was by no means the She her half-hearted self, was dragged house which had been the abode of Joa SUMMER BOARD.

lists (about the last to suffer) showed a diminished least presentable man in the room, and his an unwilling, witness, to the public meet- chim and Anna, and that the ancient masonry DESIRING TO FIND SUM-

total. The master threatened res- daughter: might have been a young duchess, ings was terrified nearly out of her senses had been discovered within the pil- PERSONS in the up-country can secure
ignation, and no substitute could be found as, with shy girlish dignity, dressed unex- by the uproar of the nomination day ; all lars in the recent process of restoration. A pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle, Tennessee -
But we mustn't let the thing drop!I" ceptionably in purest white, she madeher but fainted when brought unexpectedly small apse on the right has been convertedinto by addressing MRS. H. B. KELLS, Mount

said freehanded Mr. Smith to one of hisown first public appearance at Narbridge. There face to face with the opposition canvassing a modern chapel, and a priest comes Eagle, Tenn. The location is on the plateauof

farmers. "I'll see them through season was no candid judgment but pronouncedher party (Mr. Geoffrey among them, fetched here from Nazareth every Sunday to per- the Cumberland Mountainand very cool
or two. We must let Captain Uppinghamknow the evening's belle. Other women's form The entire
down in a hurry to assist at this crisis), and mass. congregation consists and refreshing.
somehow that I'm good for a few wills might deny the fact, but not their fairly fell into hysterics when the final of the Christian Arab and his wife, Board $25 to $30 per month, in a pleasant

hundred. But rather than stoop to this eyes. The men held their tongues to their numbers went at the close of the poll : who are left in charge during the weekforthe family. Daily communication with Sewa-
indignity the leaders of the Hunt would partners, but in the card-room and lobby up whole population of the modern Sefu- nee, the location of the University of the
forswear foxes forever 1 "confounded freely circulated their praise of the new Uppingham (Conservative)............1,009 rieh, with this exception have been noto- South. 28
......... ..........
his impudence" through every variety of beauty, coupled with many a lamentationthat Smith (Liberal) ...... 302 rious as fanatical Moslems, and have en-

aristocratic expletive, raked ,up a purse she should be so-" or-well-shoppy, The defeat was crushing, but whatever''' joyed a bad reputation in the neighborhoodas Wesleyan Female Institute,
among themselves, and when Mr. Smith, you know." But that stigma hardened the the beaten candidate felt he was not goingto arrant thieves; but my clerical informant

splendidly mounted, appeared at the Janu- Clayshire clique into adamant. In three show a craven front for his conqueror to assured me that since he had discoveredthat STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.

ry meet, gave him the cold shoulder, and long hours twice only was Mabel's hand crow over! With the smiling: confidence of they were the fortunate possessors of a SEPTEMBER 20TH, 1883. ONE

rallied with one accord round the Upping- sought for a dance, though no lighter or approaching victory he had driven into Nar- "holy place," where Christian money was OPENS first schools for young ladies in

ham's antiquated chariot as if in protest truer step than hers beat time upon the bridge that morning. With a bland seeming likely to be spent freely, their religious the United States. Surroundings beautiful.

against the plebeian's presenceamong them. floor. Twice was valiant Mr. Geoffrey Up- of disregard at the day's doings he would opinions had undergone a serious modification Climate unsurpassed.. Pupils from eighteen:

Having sense, if not tact 'even this failed to pingham her partner, once in a long deli- drive out that afternoon. ; and, with poor, and that, were it not for fear of consequences States. Terms among the best in the Union.

disturb Mr. Smith; but 'having sentimentsas cious waltz, and once in a quadrille, for shivering :\fabel.' swallowing her nervous they would all become Christians Board, Washing, English Course, Latin,

well as sense, he owned a vulnerable which, to his unspeakable annoyance, he sobs at his side, he did so. to-morrow. This however may have beena French, German, Instrumental :Music etc.,
\ point-his daughter! A widower since Ma had considerable difficulty in finding a visdvis. Their departing was the signal for a burstof sanguine and prejudiced view of their for Scholastic year, from September to June,

bel's birth, eighteen years before, all the Mr. Smith from a lounge close by ironical cheers from the Blue" element spiritual condition. One thing, nevertheless $338. For Catalogues, write to

softer emotions of his life, the pride that took in the whole situation, from Mrs. Up- in the mob. The horses in the tall is certain, that "holy places" in Pales- REV. WM. A. HARRIS, D.D., Pres't.

grew with her life, had centered in this pingham's black looks as she sat fanning phaeton fidgeted at the sounds. Yells of tine may be turned to very valuable polit- 37 Staunton, Virginia.

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LISIIED. not feel so nervous again about babv's teeth- -
-- --
The body of Captain Webb, who lost his ing lost,"our' writes darling a grateful from cholera mother.infantum." We almost but Commissioner's Sale.BY A B. NOYES EST.\.BLISI.IED 1ST3.

life on Tuesday of last week, in the fool- happily heard of Parker's Ginger Tonic in VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF, OR *- (Successor to W. A. SA BORN), ,.
time. A few spoonfuls soon cured, baby, decree of the, Circuit Court, Fourth
hardy attempt to swim the Whirlpool Rapids DRUGS andMEDICINESHORSEY
for Wholesale
and an occasional dose keeps us in good Judicial Circuit in and Nassau County, and Retail Dealer in
and the whirlpool of the Niagara river, Mother. granted by His Honor., James M. Baker, s si.
was found last Saturday four miles below Judge of said Court on the 16th day of. i.

the treacherous maelstrom. A post mortem July, A. D. 1883, in ,the suit of Louis A. CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY,GRAIN, & CO.,
TIlE SAFEST WAY.-The safest and surest Davis vs. C. J. Davis and Anna Davis we
examination of the body< was made at Lock- way to restore the youthful color of the hairis will sell at public outcry, in front of the Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near i

port, N. Y., on Monday, and the followingis furnished by Parker's Hair Balsam, whichis court-house in the city. of Fernandina. Nas- Steamboat Landing '
the official finding: deservedly popular from its superior clean- sau Count Florida, on the first. Monday in FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. =I PHARMACISTS i=
liness. September, A. D. 1883 being the third day
The examination was made by Drs. Ed- of the month, the following described real Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.

ward Smith, of Lewiston : M. S. Lang, of estate-situated and being in said County of Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in
and C. N. Palmer, of NEW large Centre Street I
Suspension Bridge, ADVERTISEMENTS quantities.
Nassau, State of Florida that is, that por-
Lockport. They found the body in an active Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa-
tion of the Orange Bluff, or James Rouse
state of decomposition, but no bones ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE the
tract, in section number one ((1)), townshipfour
broken and of the PROCLAMATION best in the world.
were none ex-
((4)) north of ((24)) twentyfoureast
constantly on hand a fine assort-
cept the wound three and one-half inches that Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATEDPLO
and described as portion of said
in the cranium sufficient to cause \VS. .
long were all Proclamations Rewards of the ice-house
Revoking Offering tract lying westward and
death. The cranium wound they decidedwas Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-
trees blazed, the line beginning at the west-
produced after death. All the blood for the Arrest of Fugitives from Justice, ,ward corner of the ice-house and runningas VILLE. 33

presented a distinctly red color, shewing trees blazed to the back line of the Drugs and Chemicals, I '
Issued Prior to January 1 1883. per
that it was not deoxidized by asphyxia in said tract.

drowning, but that death ensued prior to Sold for partition. Purchaser to pay for Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, ,
that condition. None of the characteristics f s
of death by drowning were present STATE OF FLORIDA, WILLIAM T.RUSSELL, Building Material Proprietary and Fancy Goods, :g
local sufficient EXECUTIVE OFFICE }[
nor was there any injury JAMES E. DAVIS,
to cause death. It was therefore con- TALLAHASSE, FLA., July 20, 1883.WHEREAS .J JACKSON MIZELL, FINE TOILET ARTICLES 'r
cluded that death resulted from the shock THE'LEGISLATURE of Commissioners. -- ,

from the reactionary force of ,the water in the appropriation to Fernandina, Fla., August! 1st, 1883.Commissioner's BRICK LIME HAIR PERFUMERY: SOAPS, ETC.,
in ,
the Whirlpool Rapids coming contact ,
with the submerged body with such force as pay rewards offered for the arrest of criminals u
to instantly destrpy the respiratory power, to the years 1883 and 1884, as shown. by PLASTER, CEMENTSHINGLES i 1

and in fact all vital action, by direct pressure the Laws of Florida, Chapter 3426, Acts, of VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE
from the force of contact. The shockwas lion. H. J. Baker, County Judge of 3* Physicians9 Prescriptions
of sufficient intensity to paralyze the 1883: Nassau County, Florida I will sell to the 1
nerve centres, partially desiccate the mus- THEREFORE, I, WILLIAM:D: BLOXHAM, highest bidder, in front. of the CourtHousedoor DOORS, SASH, BLINDS carefully compounded pure Drugs, at

cular tissues, and forestall death by drown- Governor of. the State :of Florida, by virtueof of Nassau County, on the first Mondayin reasonable prices.DR. .

ing. The conclusion was. therefore, reached the power vested. in me by the Constitu- September A. D. 1883, the following real PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT .,
that no living body can, or ever will, pass estate belonging to the estate Nelson Parker J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. "
through the rapids alive. The river bed at tion and Laws of said State, do hereby re- deceased, situate, lying and being in the -

the Whirlpool Rapids is much narrowed, voke all proclamations offering rewards for county of Nassau and State of Florda, described / PALMER BRO'S1 }

and suddenly assumes great precipitancy.The the arrest of fugitives from justice issued. as follows : That portion of Little FRED W. HOYT & GO'S,
strikes the rocky banks Pine, Island, known as section (47)) forty- + + + It. !
water unyielding prior to January 1, 1883. SECOND STREET, Near Centre. -+ --+1 + 1 II II II 1 1 II I : I i I I +- q h
with great violence, and by reaction meets seven, township ((3)) three, north of range !
with such resistance as to form in the centrea IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto ((28)) twenty-eight east that is contained in 1 PIIARlI.i.CISTSitl

mountainous ridge of encroaching waters set my hand and caused the Great lots one ((1)), one and a half ((1k), two ((2)), HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS If
three three and half (Si) six ((6)) and II I II II II It i I II II I ( II II +- '
, from 20 to 30 feet in height. Into this Cap- Seal of the State of Florida to be ((3)), a ,
tain Webb was submerged after passing the seven ((7)), according to map, showing\. subdi-
first breaker, and instantly subjected to the [L. s.] affixed. Done at the Capitol,in the visions of said island, containing 23 77-100 Centre Street, near Depot,

I immense pressure indicated upon his body. City of Tallahassee, this the 20th acres, more or less. We invite your attention to our

This caused his death. day of July, A. D. 1883. Terms cash. Purchaser. A. EDWARDS to pay for titles.J. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Lr

WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, Commissioner.! Crockery 1 Glassware
Fernandina, Fla., August 1, 1883. ; 'ABSOLUTELY PURE '.
the Governor-Attest: ry


35-4t Secretary of State. the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of i

TheLyman-Haskell multichargegun,now IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR DRUGS -AND CHEMICALS
on its way to Sandy Hook for test, lay yesterday BE Council of the City of Fernandina: very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, ,

afternoon on a flat car of the New Professional and Business Cards. SECTION 1. That no dog shall be allowedto Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin +a
at large in the city of Fernandina Standard Patent Medicines
Central Railroad It run ,
Jersey atCommunipaw. Chamber Sets all colors WoodenWare -
E. LEROY JONES, M.D., without a license has first been obtained ;
resembles an exaggerated soda water gener- from the Collector of Revenue for the city of all kinds; and Housekeeping

ator. It is 25 feet long, and weighs 25 tons. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, and a collar and badge obtained such as Utensils -I.I Fancy TOILET Articles,]J- ,,.
The theory of its invention is the accumulation may be provided by order of the City Coun- generally.

I of power and velocity by a successionof Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, cil;I such license to be due and paid for on FRED: ,,-. IIOYT fc CO. t x
charges of powder exploded in chambersor or before the first day of August each year- PERFUMERY, t.iLUJ3IN
pockets behind the projectile as it passes FERNANDINA, FLA. one dollar and fifty cents. .
\ along the bore of the gun. The inertia of SEC. 2. It shall be the duty of the Mar- 'S EXTR.\.CTS, etc. i
the shot is first overcome by a moderate Calls answered promptly day or night,and shal (or police) to take up any dog runningat ,

.[, charge of coarse-grained,slow-burning pow- Medicine furnished without extra charge. large, not so provided with collar and Especial and careful attention paid
der, and then repeated charges of quick- Office hours :-a. m. until 8; p. m., 1 to 2 badge, and impound or take care of such -DEALER IN'I' w"
Ii burning powder are applied in succession and 7 to 8. 23-ly* dog forty-eight hours. When the owner of I'! ; to PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by
t( until greatly increased velocity is attained. I. such dog can be found notice shall be given an experienced Druggist. ; ?jAMR.

t By the accelerating principle of the gun F -ANSLEYI by the Marshal or police, and if the owneror CI A?TDLERYGroceries RABB, the Manager, will sleep a ;
many times as much powder can be applied, : ( any other person for them) shall procurea
will callsat
collar and ot the Collector and over the store and respond to all j
;1' and yet the maximum pressure in the gun badge pay .
" is not increased. Instead of the 50,000 Q the fees due (the Marshal 25 cents-for arrest night '

pounds pressure to the square inch upon of dog and 15 cents each day for keeping the Hardware,
the walls of the single! charge of the gun,it is SI:: C same), the Marshal shall turn over the dogto

claimed for thegun that a pressure of on ly30- said claimant. Whenever any dog not
000 pounds is necessary. When the pressure :: Ct) above provided for shall be seized by the GOODS, AND ,

exerted by the first charge is diminished by "'5 Marshal or police as directed, the Marshal 1

expansion, resulting from the displacementof ...... ;::: shall make such disposition, by sale or kill- Second Street,
the shot, and just when the shot has Ct) ing, as may be ordered by the'Mayor in his ff

passed the first pocket, the ignition of the discretion.SEC. vie FERNANDINA, FLA. KENDALL'SSPAVIN
first pocket charge of quick-burning powder 3. No vicious dog shall be allowedto

raises the pressure again up to the initial South side: Centre St., near the Depot. run at large, with or without a badge; CURE
amount. When the pressure is reduced in and any owner that allows such a dog to go FERNANDINA

its turn by the further progress of the shot, FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND at large shall be liable to a fine of not exceed- 1

and the consequent greater expansion of MADE TO ORDER. ing twenty-five dollars, on conviction before 1h I
the force of powder, the second pocket the Mayor. .' .' .' '

charge becomes ignited, and so on with the i?" All work warranted. SEC. 3. All Ordinances or parts of Ordi- {[STEAM ]} {[SAW ]} {[MILL]} ;
remaining .thus with the of -=- .
pocket charges, keeping a nances conflicting provisions <_ *>_,# >_,* -- .--
continuous pressure of about 30,000 poundsto this Ordinance are hereby repealed. -- --- .:::;:;;;,..-. !:--=--
the inch all the between the first
square way Passed second and third readings,
breech and the muzzle.In and adopted, July 25, 18R3. I C. H. KUOT, PROPRIETOR, THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
COMMISSION MERCHANT discovered it is certain in itseffects
the old of certain as
style guns a quantityof GENERAL FRED W. HOYT,
to the the and does not blister. READ PROOF
powder secures projectile high- President pro tem. of Council.
CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, constantly on handI"unber BELOW.
est velocity attainable with one charge, and Attest: HAS

any increase in the quantity of powder beyond [SE.LVlI.. F. WOOD, JR., City: Clerk. I .
that amount tends to reduce the force FERNANDINA, FLA. Approved : $ by Cargoes.

of the ball. This is because up to a certain C. A. HALEY, Mayor. Saved Him 180000.

point the powder can be all burnt within Hay, Corn, Oats Office on Second Street. v 1 cflTALI ADAMS. N. Y., January 30, 1882.

the time necessary to expel the shot, and In the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Dr. B. J. Kendall &: Co.:
any surplus powder( adds to the weight JAMES JIcGIFFIN, Circuit Florida. GENTS-Having used a good deal of your '

which has to be expelled by the powder AND BUILDER, FRED W. HOYT and W. O. JEFFREYS, WH LE ALE AN : Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I i
that is utilized. In the I
multicharge gun CONTRACTOR Partners as Fred W. Hoyt & Co., tf thought I would let you know what it has
there are four supplemental powder cham- versusR. done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
bers in addition the breech. The shot Alachua Street, between Second and Third ,
to to D. FOX and S. L. BURNS Partners as 01 colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. i f;
be used in it will weigh from 100 to 150 Fox & Burns. When I was breaking him he kicked over
pounds. A total of 130 pounds of powderwill FERNANDINA, FLA. AND BY VIRTUE OF AN o the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his

be used, of which 18 pounds will con- Orders and estimates from a distance care- UNDER i issued in the Fourth Judi- a hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best ,,

stitute the breech charge and 28 pounds the fully attended to. 25-tf cial Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Flor- M .' < = farriers but they all said he was spoiled.He .
charge for each of the pockets. The shot ida, in a suit wherein Fred W.: Hoyt and A had a very large thorough-pin, and I
will be from 18 to 24 inches long, which is W. O. Jeffreys are plaintiffs, and R. D. Fox .- used two bottfes of your Kenda 1's Spavin
three or four times the calibre of the gun ; LOUIS A. C. LANGE, and S. L. Burns are defendants I have lev- > p Cure,and it took the bunch entirely off, and
and is expected to have a velocity of 3,000 ied upon and will sell at public auction, in A. B. NOTES, Q he sold afterwards for$1800(dollars). I have
feet a second-a gain of 50 per cent over UPHOLSTERER.SADDLE -) front of the Court-House in the city of Fer- .N used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit
that attained by the Armstrong 100-ton gun, nandina, on the first Monday of August, d has always cured completely and left the
the largest wea'pon of warfare ever made- Foot of Centre Street, 1883, being the sixth day of said month, the DEALER INFamily == leg smooth.It .

while its. penetrating power is expected to FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. N i S.W. i Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-483 rI1 is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
gain from 200 to 300 per cent.-New York acres. Levied upon as the property of Fox aREA I have recommended it to a good many, and

cyan. Furniture repaired in the best manner. & Bums, to satisfy said judgment, togetherwith Supplies, they all say it does the work. I was in ith-

Hair Mattresses made to order at short interest and cost of suit. Terms cash, erington &Kneeland's drug store in Adams,
PALMETTO ROOTS.We notice. 36 purchaser paying for title.J. VY GROCERIES the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou
doubt if it is generally known that A. ELLERMANN, Nc sent them. I tried to buy it, but could

the "hateful palmetto root" is superior to DR. W. E. SNYDER, Sheriff Nassau County. pQD- not; they said if I would write to you that t

oak bark in its supply of tannin. Such, Fernandina, Fla., July 7, 1883. you would send me one. I wish you would,
however, we are creditably informed, is the Etrn Hay and Grain, and I will do you all the good I can.

fact, and there is no reason why tanneries Ul Z n NOTICE. O Very respectfully. E. S. LY IAN.Kendall's hr

might not be established in various locali- H ;;\ e CREDITORS, LEGATEES AND CDn

ties in Florida, with great profit to the pro- = ALL entitled to distribution of the ; SHIP STORES_ O i
prietors. It is a fact that large quantities of afiI estate of Wm. Marson, deceased, are hereby 525 Spavin Cure.
beef are consumed in the State, particularly R = notified to present their claims, duly authen- N '
in South Florida, and as a consequence a P- ON HUMAN FLESH. '
=- ticated, within two years from date or the Furniture,
vast number of hides can be bad. In the ;\
same will be barred. VEVAY, IND., August 12, 1881. t
absence of tanneries, all this raw material is I:} -r JOHN A. ELLERMANN
Stoves, Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
to the merchants and by them shippedto Executor. r\\
of circulars received to-
foreign markets, whereas it might be FIRST-CLASS; 20 years' Fernandina ZL -Sample
Fla. June
OPERATIONS 28,1883.NOTICE. Please send with imprint
Paints day. me some my ,
more profitably manufactured into leather ; charges reasonable. Setsof 3
and either converted into shoes here or Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and Crockery printed on one side only. The Kendal'sSpavin
O Cure is in excellent demand with us,
shipped, and the higher values of the man- every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -
ufactured article realized by our citizens. Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and SIX WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL rI1rI1 and not only for animals. but for human
to the of the County Courtin Hardware, g' ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
Moreoverafter the palmetto roots shall thus made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand Judge :
have been used, there remains about 80 percent advice free, and willingly given. 10 and for the County of Nassau, Fla., for leading farmers in 'our county, sprained an
ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
letters of administration the estate of Willow-Ware. ,
of fiber, from which paper, to which on P
remedy for horsestried it on himself and it
there is be made. It Nelson Parker, deceased.
none superior, can W. K. BAUKNIGIIT
= did far better than he had expected; cured
has been, and yet is, fashionable to look
AGENT, Fernandina Fla. 12 1883. 6 : the sprain in very short order. ,
upon the palmetto as an unmitigated evil- May 0
Yours C. 0. THIEBAND.
in fact a curse. When the whole truth is M : .
known, however, and its many valuable elements ,. BUTCH _R AND STOCK DEALER, Administrator's Notice. O. h iIIII r Price$1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for$5. All (

utilized, we are sure it will be esteemed ANDDealer WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
a blessing rather than a curse. Will in Ice SIX to the Honorable Judge of the w H will be sent to any address on receipt of

not some far-seeing, moneyed man, familiar TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY County Court for lettersof administration of O N price by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL -
with the tanning business experiment,with the estate of Spicer C. Braddock, deceased. & CO., Enosburgh Falls Vt.
palmetto, and see if it cannot be utilized in BROOM STREET WHARF, JOHN OWENS. 1Mc II: Low II th tOW lt ? Send for Illustrated Circular.

the way here indicated?Sanford Journal. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. Fernandina, Fla., July 2,1883. < Sold by all Druggists.


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r ..,; : ':jL- .i THE FLORIDA MIRROR : AUGUST Li.

j { T THE FLORIDA MIKROR. trates the character such monopolies con- A FRIGHTFUL EARTHQUAKE perished j in one; that in the reign of Tibe- renowned as a warrior, the other labored in f

trolled by a Gould or a Vanderbilt. rius, in 16 A. D., in which -120,000 are sup- his later years to civilize himself.
.. THREE TOWNS DESTROYED ON AN ISLAND IN THE posed to have lost their lives, and that of It is
526 when, according to Gibbon doubtful if King Cetywayo's death
4, sons were Herculaneum and bring to
engulfed. peace Zululand, and it is believed
Very serious alarm is being felt both in LIVES LOST. ,
Pompeii were destroyed in the year 63, six- that King Mtesa's death
L r 4 MECHANICAL SCHOOLS. Europe and in this country in reference to Cable dispatches on Sunday brought the teen years before the final destruction by will bring civil war

I The Georgia Legislature has before it a the progress that cholera is making in news of an appalling catastrophe which the eruption! of Vesuvius. The earthquake to Uganda. ,

It be introduced either in car- happened on the island of Is(hia, on the of Lisbon; in 1755, swallowed up30,000 peo- The Marine and Mechanical
bill to establish school of technology. Egypt. may Engineeringand
a coast of between the bay of
Italy, Naples ple alive and killed 30,000 more,and in Feb-
r, y There has been a good deal of discussion of goes of clothes or by the clothing of per- and Gaeta. The town, of Casamicciola was ruary, 17S3! 100,000 lives were lost during a Metal Trades Exhibition, held in Lon-

; ; late years in reference to the aims and ends sons. It is said that in 1864 it was intro- almost entirely destroyed by an earthquakeon series of earthquakes, when :Messina, Cala- don during the first three weeks of last

,, ';,,{ of education for the mass of the people.. Of duced into New York by a perfectly well Saturday nightt and the neighboringtowns bria and other villages were destroyed. No month, was one of the remarkable specialty
,of Forio and Lacceameno greatly century bas passed without numerous and
expositions of the
+ ; course very flat generalities can always be person-a nurse'who had visited 'a cholera damaged. destructive exhibitions of this great natural year. The exhibitors,

uttered as to the development the human patient and brought back the .infection in The shocks began at 9:30 o'clock Saturday power in the region in which the latest calamity numbering about five hundred, included

:x1 soul, the raising into perfection man's high- her clothing. The intercourse of sailors or night. At that hour a majority of the peo- to Casamicciola has occurred. many of the great engineering firms of

est nature, the grandeur of education, etc., emigrants in the harbor of Liverpool, etc., ple Nearly of the all upper'clasS's'were of the houses in the at the town theatre.col- peasants The inhabitants:who cultivate of Ischia the are principally and the Great Britain. Casting, forging, tramway,

i; ; e but the question is constantly and practically might easily bring it to our shores. The lapsed. fig and engage in fishing. They grape are indolent bridge and girder work, and the various

4 *ll,3 arising, after crowds of youths have lateness the season is, however, favorable, The Hotel Piccpla Sentinella sank in the l selfsatisfied people, who live in continual tools used in the manufacturing processes

r a r been carried through the schools devoted to so far as the present year is concerned; and earth and buried many of its inmates. Someof fear| of danger from the volcano or were among the exhibits. In a statementof

", :' higher education, as to what then? What if we pass August safely, the disease, if the the sea inhabitants at the first of shock the,town and made escaped their to their earthquakes easy existence, but are to too quit much either attached the terri-to the importance of these industries it was

t"r' is to be done with them The professions brought in, can be controlled.But way to Naples with the news of the calam- ble risks or the easy rewards. The popula- noted that the iron and steel exports of

i, .. N: are full, the schools are full of teachers, after all, the prevalence and spread of ity. The centre of the area of the shock tion is much swelled during the summer last year amounted in value to $215,000,000;

every avenue profitable employment of any infectious diseases is largely influencedby was the same as that of two years ago, but months by the large number of persons who beside the vast home demand for railing
i. the radius wider. The shock felt
was was visit the island for the baths and add their
.; the of education is than the sanitary condition of towns. It and other interests and for machinery.
: our
acquirements more
L'i at sea, and, according to some accounts, easy, contented lives and their polite killingof
filled. What then is to be the resort oft seems to be now recognized that under cer- even at Naples. A gentleman who was time to the indolent qualities of the Civil Service reform
i'', .t. these educated people? They have learned tain conditions we are exposed to these epidemics staying at the Hotel Piccola Sentinella, and humble natives. applicant"When was: the battle Examiner of Salamis to
who escaped with his life, relates that he
what is in their books less and that! cleanliness fought?" ApplicantNever "
r } ;; text more or perfectly thorough only had time to secure some candles for heard of it.
.. :, 'j : '..k# but they go out into life perfectly drainage and personal care will render them use in the darkness of the ruins before the NEWS NOTES. Chief Examiner" Who was Julius Caesar?" .
.: helpless, not knowing where to obtain em- almost inocuous. collapse of the building. .' HOME. Applicant-vant." Chief George Examiner Washington's-" What body are ser-the

ployment for even a bare support. Fortunately, only our principal seaports NAPLES, July 30.-The hospitals are The railways. of the United States have a elements of water?'" Applicant How
It is that these have been will be crowded with the wounded and dying victims should I know? I was brought in Ken-
.. :# seen people rendered are exposed, and they carefully of the earthquake the island of Is- debt of $ .500oooooo. up
\ on tucky. Chief Examiner "What
a : or have been left helpless. They guarded from the introduction by vessels or is the
chia. The and sheds adjoiningare
dead-houses The State of Indiana has spent $51,527748 ,- product of the sum and difference of two
have the education but how are they to immigrants, of cholera.EDITORIAL filled with'corpses. People arriving at quantities equal to?" ApplicantAsk
for it$ public schools the past ten .
make a living out of it? The idea naturally Naples from the ill-fated" cities describe the years.It some other feller." Chief Examiner-" Will

y., arises of establishing technical schools, CORRESPONDENCE. scenes as terrible. On all sides can be seen is estimated that $30,000,000 of English applicant please step up here moment?"
-- partially buried persons crying for help, Applicant approaches and the chief
capital was invested in Texas and Wyominglast exam-
r which shall teach them to know some one THE MOUNT EAGLE ASSEMBLY-THE MOUNTAIN while thousands of persons who have iner addresses him sotto voce : What ticket

or more things in the way of handicraft, by REGION-WHERE MOUNT EAGLE IS-THE friends missing are scouring through the year., do you vote?" "The Republican ticket."

which to earn their bread. POLK VERDICT-THE STATE DEBT, ETC. ruins in search of them. The latest reports The Hon. Montgomery Blair died at his "Every time?"Every time." Call around

SEWANBE, TENN., August, 1883. put the number of dead at four thousand, and see the secretary of the board to-morrow
r )i Formerly, a system of apprenticeship house Silver Springs, Maryland, on the
with thousand wounded. Boats
The Southern Chautaqua at Mount Eagle, one more morning. The applicant is now a clerk in
vailed, and the supply of skilled artisans from the island filled with dead bodies are 27th ult. in his 71st year. the Treasury Department.-Brooklyn
Tenn. to be The Eagle.
seems likely a success.
.. ; :i) '!r: was kept up, but under the everything sys arriving here constantly. One boat broughtthe The army worm has made its
attendance thus far has been consider- appearancein
very bodies of infants. There
.' : twenty-four A tragedian on his travels
:: tem of labor the system of apprenticeship : Heavy tragedian -
7 able, and considering that this is its first were very few English visitors on the islandat New Jersey, and is doing considerable at railroad hotel-" Prithee, landlord

I ;: ; has been broken up, and the trade unions season is quite satisfactory. Where is Mount the time of the disaster. None of the damage to the corn crop. dwells there within the precincts of this,

L r 'and organizations make it an inflexible ruler special dispatches mention American names hamlet machinist?" Landlord A
Eagle? is, no doubt, often asked. The Cumberland The Southern Exposition at Louisville, ma-
that apprentices shall not be taught their among the killed or injured. The bodies of chinist? Yes,sir." Tragedian" Then take
I .r respective trades. Mountain plateau is the most west- several Neopolitan ladies have been recovered Ky., was formally opened by President Ar- to him this bird of many springs. Bid him

r erly of the three mountain ranges which lie from the ruins. Many women and thur Wednesday last. Over 20,000 peo- wrench asunder these iron limbs, and then, ;
r Schools of instruction in the mechanical children the victims of the earth- '
I are among for our regalement, to chisel slices from its
between the Atlantic and the Mississippi.The ple attended its opening.
: t I arts are proposed to remedy this evil. There quake. The theory advanced by Professor unyielding bosom, for we would dine anon.

..tI "II { is no doubt but that these arts of handicraft Blue Ridge portion of the Alleghanies, Palmieri, director of Meteorological Physicians say that ginger, ale is a poor And pray you, do quickly. Yon peas you
extendingthrough Pennsylvania,Maryland, Observatory on Mount Vesuvius, that the need not for those
r, ; : be somewhat substitute for water, because the capsicumit carry, :: dextrous
can taught on scientific
; principles. Virginia, the Carolinas, into Georgia, is a disaster was not due to an, earthquake, but contains irritates the lining of the stom- management, we can swallow whole.
;J, The relation of cause to effect, the to the subsidence the ground. Away !"-Life.
sharply defined mountain range, notablefor ach ; inflammation.The .
: a proportion of power to be obtained by mechanical The municipal authorities of Naples are andlproduces. dangerous

'; appliances in the wheel the pul- the blue tinge which mounts the atmos- sending relief to the island and are doing all Ihrgest object glass in use is the Nassau Fibre,

:. : \ I ley, the lever, etc., illustrated by example, phere surrounding its crest. in their power to alleviate the distress of 26-inch {lens at Washington, with a focal For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior
,, .. The main Alleghany range lies in some- the people. Fifty wooden huts will be to anything else in use. For sale by
will quicken the handiness and length 'of 33 feet. Its light athering
; comprehension what detached masses, reaching high built immediately for the accommodationof June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.
very the survivors. A few taken i is times that of the unaided ,
+ : of the pupil. Ordinarily, the mechanic persons were power :: 16,000 _
} f elevations, and for the most part above the from the ruins alive last evening. Eight Invalid mothers
; children,
; J arts are mere matters of imitation. eye. nervous
"', { region of cultivation. The Cumberland hundred more troops went to the scene of and fretful infants are benefited by using

; r., Of really skilled workmen, we have comparatively plateau, begins in Kentucky, where it has the disaster last night. A detachment of Senor'Don Francisso Barco, the Spanish brown's Iron Bitters. Harmless but effi

.! 1 ,: very few, but the price of me- sappers has been sent to the scene of the i minister: to the United States, committed cacious.
breadth of miles south-
I' : \ chanics' labor is much than a fifty extending disaster to assist in reaching people who I
f : !: now greater suicide at the Albermarle Hotel, New York,
westwardly through the State of Tennessee.On have been buried but are still alive. But
: + when the labor was much better performed. on Saturday night. Financial embarrass-
the east this mountain range graduallyrises five houses remain standing at Casamicciola. -
,. ,- tf The compensation given to mechanics of all from the valley of East Tennessee to Cries for help can be heard coming from ments are reported to have been the cause.

." F t, kinds is really now much better than for the ruins. Most of the corpses which have ;
an elevation of upwards of 2,000 feet. On Last year Arizona produced over 17,000-
been recovered are so discolored by dirt that
t' 3 t I clerkships, teaching, etc., to say nothing of the western slope the sides are precipitous even after they have been washed the features 000 pounds of copper. Thus far during the OY4L.

t. ': 1: r} the hand-to-mouth existence of thousands and border the great central basin of Tennessee of the ,victims are unrecognizable. All present year the increase has been 38 per
t" of professional men. the members of the police force at Casamic- I
I' which seems to be the bed of an antediluvian cent., acid new furnaces are going up. Arizona's -
r. ',. Looking, therefore, to support in life,the "J land'sea.. amicciola ciola were only killed.those' Of were the foreigners saved who at were Cas- output will probably be at least 25.-

trade of the artisan has far more of the elements
1 ; I The Cumberland Mountain plateau is a at the theatre'on Saturday night. Survivors 000,000 pounds for 1883.

t .: of certainty and liberal compensation well-timbered and arable elevated region of state that they were obliged to pass Satur- The long pending strife of the New
; ; I ; with steady employment, than any day night i in absolute darkness without
country, which is now being settled Hampshire Legislature for the choice of a
up. assist those
I : : i other path in life on an average. The brilliant daring to move, even to callingfor
I Mount Eagle lies near the western slope of help beneath the ruins. There is now United States Senator to succeed Senator a sh

M ; ; I I b r success of mercantile and professional the Cumberland plateau, and is reached by little hope that many of the latter can be Rollins;was ended Thursday, by the elec-
ir< :; r life are exceptional, and come to few out of rescued alive. Three soldiers searching for
!. rail from Cowan station on the Nashville & tion of !Mr. Austin F. Pike, the compromise
ti i the million. It is because they are exceptional victims were fatally injured to-day. "
I Chattanooga Railroad, from which it is dis- scriptions have been'opened throughout- candidate! of the Chandler-Rollins fac- I
, that successful.
they are ttijp y
tant fifteen miles. Sewaneo. the location aly for the relief of the distressed. ;
.' :: "' It is therefore wise to establish these :
< of the University of the South, is similarly Survivors say that thirty-seven persons tion.A ceftsns
has been taken in
: schools of in just Egypt,
; connection with
,,4 1 .F; technology were entombed in a room in the Hotel
situated distance of nine miles from Cowan
a -
::1 I ) our educational institutions, so that the Piccola Sentinella. Count Zergardi, after showing that its population is now 6,798-
+ reached by the same railroad. At Mount three hours' exhausting labor rescued of the citiesis
200. The population principal
f hands may be educated as well as the headj4 ,
{ ; Eagle there is a large summer hotel, and eleven persons, but failed to accomplish the Cairo Alexandria 4KIf4GPOWDER
1 # as fallows} : 368,108 ; ,
and as that education instead, as in many principal object. of his efforts-the savingof
,6 4 the Fairmount College for ladies.
i 1'w cases, unfitting for the struggle of life, shall School Association his sister. The play at the theatre on 203,775; Port Said, 16,550 Suez, 10,913;
;':' { .\ # be a helping handmaid. Sunday grounds are Saturday night was a burlesque, which Tan tali* 33,725; Damietta, 34,046; Rosetta,

;" near the hotel, handsomely laid out with opened with a scene.jepresenting an earth- 16,071 ;Mansurah, 26,784 and Zagazig, 19-,
! 'I g It does not need to be said that a kind :; ,
i amphitheatre, etc. The low excursion rates i quake.It .
,,, i : Providence has given to all men who are is now stated as certain that four thou- 046. )
made from all parts of thecountry to Mount
I willing to labor in the fields of agriculture sand persons perished. The stench from The Finance Committee of the Georgia
Eagle has induced a large number of visit- dead bodies of human and ani-
J ;I the means of support, but in the varied the beings House! of Representatives has reported
ors to visit it, and it is probable that it will : mals is almost unbearable. Several men
conditions of mankind, in the growth oft bill for building a new capitol
grow in popularity and importance. It is and women were rescued from the ruins on favorably a Absolutely Pure.

,;. J, civilization, means and wealth, as well as School scale Monday morning. Many more might have and appropriating $200,000 a year for five
Sunday picnicking on large
' : for the needs of civilized a been saved if a larger force of rescuers had for
t : ordinary men, years the purpose. It is believed that POWDER never varies. A marvel
with accessions of lectures
concerts, etc. been available earlier. Many who THIS
there are other wants besides those of food persons the bill will not pass in this shape, the pre- purity,strength and wholesomeness.
The trial of Polk, State Treasurer, has were heard groaning during the night were More economical than the kinds
,, ,+ ;: to be supplied, and the population of the dead before they could be reached and car- vailing opinion being that the State cannot ordinary
I % terminated with a verdict of guilty, with a and cannot be sold in competition with the
4 world, which is gathering in cities and ried to places of safety. afford it.Mr. .
? sentence of twenty years' imprisonment and multitude of low test,short weight, alum or

1""i' towns, not only have to be fed, but have to $365,000 fine. An appeal has been taken to THE SCENE OF THE SLAUGHTER. M. Blair's death leaves but few old phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.

I { be housed and supplied with the products Casamicciola, the scene of the last terrible ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
the Supreme Court, and the prisoner is out cabinet officers alive. Among those are 38
106 Wall Street New York.
has been ;
t slaughter by an earthquake, a wa-
i s of the work of the artisan in all its forms.
I\ on $45,000 bail, pending the decision of the tering place and summer resort for two Mr. A.:H. H. Stuart, Secretary of the Navy

case. He has very able counsel, and it is thousand years. It was celebrated for its under President Zachary Taylor ; Jefferson II: c-'S:

, i THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES-REV. likely the verdict will be set aside, on account baths long before the opening of the Chris- Davis, Secretary of War under President
tian been deserted in the
I. DR. HICKS. of the very curious course pursued by 474 B.era C., having by its inhabitants, because of year an Pierceand; Jeremiah S. Black, Attorney- Curiosity Variety StoreOffers

li f The somewhat erratic, but certainly very 1 the judge in discharging seven jurors who eruption of the volcano Epomeo, which has Genentl during the latter part of President

able and eloquent Rev. Dr. Hicks whilom had already been sworn in and empanelled, been quiet and harmless since the year Buchanan's! term.
1302. The freedom from volcanic eruptionswas a large and carefully selected
Florida has had vouchsafed
of to him
,; a and calling and swearing an entirely new purchased at the expense of increased A girl at Long Branch speaks with an ac-

coming revelation of the success and dutyof jury. It will be claimed for error that sev- danger from earthquakes.It quired London accent. "Me cawt, me STOCK OF HOSIERYFor

the Democratic party. Dr. Hicks sympathizes enteen jurors were sworn in, and the case is situated on ,the island of Ischia, fifteen cawt, at 5 o'clock," she said tOthe family
with and is to float with the miles westward from Naples, and is
r ready tried by twelve of them.It coachman in voice loud for
reached down the wonderful a enough a ve- Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.IANIIKERCHIEFS.
by sailing bay,
incoming flood, which is now coming in to seems to be generally supposed now which has long been the delight of travelersand randah full of people to hear. 'Caught

effect a change, not only in the personnelbut that the new funding act will go into effect, the despair of descriptive writers. The what, miss," the man inquired. A repeti- ,

in the administrative ideas of govern1F and settle finally the vexed question of the population of the island is less than thirty
tion of the order did not make him under- Silk Linen and Cotton.
thousand of whom than ,
something more
ment. In recent in Brooklyn ,
; a very sermon State debt. The ability of the State to pay four thousand residents of Casamicciola stand it, and she had to say, in plain American
are ,
fl; N. Y., he is reported to have said: its bonded indebtedness may be inferred which is the town'of third importance on pronunciation, though she lowered her Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,

The signs of the times portend a coming from the fact that the assessed valuation of the island. It is farthest to the westwardon voice and stepped closer in doing so : ''My
k change in the administration of affairs of the island, but this is compensated for Laces, Towels, Napkins,
property in Davidson county alone, which cart, stupid my village cart, at 5 o'clock."
One result certain be ;
government. to accomplished by the possession of a fine harbor, which Dress Lining, Buttons
,. by the American Democracy, embraces the city of Nashville, is over $23- has made it the landing place for travelers. FOREIGN. .

when they shall assume control of the government 000,000. It may be assumed that this debt The town lies at the foot of the quiescent Carey, the Irish informer was shot dead and Notions Generally

will be the throttling of these gigantic question will not'further disturb the unity volcano, and is built on soil formed from by a fellow O'Donnell, while
f t t ,- monopolies, and this fact somewhat many eruptions of past ages. passenger A new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES -
of the Democratic
P t r reconciles me to the change. party in this State. The bland lies almost in the centre of the landing from a steamer at Port Elizabeth, just received and marked low.

This declaration is The mountain temperature is always very earthquake zone of the Eastern world, Cape Colony.A .
very noteworthy, as pleasant, and at times very cool, and while I which is subject to these internal convul-
dispatch from dated 31 Our Stock of COSSETS Very Superior.
coming from Dr. Hicks, who, we believe, is the stands at 66 sions at all times. Casamicciola has suffered Naples, July ,
am writing .
still a member of the National Republican mercury F. severely many times before this, says: "" Vesuvius is in active irruption, and $3f In PICTURE-FRAMES, BRACK-

Committee, and a stalwart of the stalwarts. THE corporate authorities of the city of though never so seriously upon the pres- lava is flowing in the direction of Torre del ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a

.,.. The idea enunciated is a true one. -The Macon, Ga., have passed an ordinance pro : ent occasion.in February It was, 1828 almost, the entirely shock only destroyed Greco The" inhabitants fleeing to placesof fine variety.

Democratic party is in sympathy with the viding that it shall not be lawful to blow, continuing three seconds. The next'and safety
I people, and opposed to these gigantic mo- sound, or cause to be blown or sounded, most serious visitation until the present one Within a short time of each other the two

nopolies, which have assumed such a con- within the corporation any steam whistle or seven was in seconds March,, accompanied 1881 when a by shock a noise lasting like most famous kings in Africa have come to SPECIALTY.

trol over the interests of this country. The 'steam gong, or any other device for makinga subterranean thunder, visited the town, destroying their ,death-King Cetywayo. of Zululand,

shameless course of the Western Union'Telegraph noise by steam with a proviso that switch three hundred houses, and leaving in the southern part of the African conti- Sf Orders from the Country Solicited.ING7S7 .-

Company, its fraudulent watering of engines may blow for two seconds, and man- four hundred people killed or injured. nent,: and King )Mtesa the Lord of the
The destructive that
stock, and its refusal to meet the apparentlyjust ufactories between 6:30: a. m. and 6:30 p. m. I j:. have occurred most in the same earthquakes vicinity were Lakes, the Kabaka of Uganda, the foremostman

demands of its employes, only illus- I not exceeding three seconds. that in Sicily, in 1693, when 60,000 people bf Equatorial Africa." The'first was 17 tf .Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.

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DRUGS MEDICINES .. 'a' '.>; .. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
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>."" ,- [ -> Corner or Centre and Third Streets. -
"I. J- -*-. ....=.,. '"-::::', GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, ,
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Corner of Second and CentreStreets
-. F:' ." ,' near H SPRING GOODS -
"' Steamboat LandingFERNANDINA ,
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I PHARMACISTS 1= < i-; : .. \:;< FLORIDA.
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...:. .tsi.- : Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.
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ffcntre Street.FERNANDINA I. ",;'.1'\1"! 1"T"i:';' ',"l/.... ;!;j'ti.- ..t!t,i,, Evans Special rates for 'Merchandise. in Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments, '
'<,' A'," large quantities. ; 'f;
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FLORIDA, >--T ft.# '"\, _"..',..,4J,( ..' ." ."...''.'".'.-.",,. .a'..t''",:',,'..y"".,k,.,+,,.':-,...... ,. ny's Agent CHAMPION for Hazard BARBED Manufacturing WIRE,Compa--the H w hintl Rflfflkww Silt Sfliiiui *untingl '

: ; .' ,.:', best in the world. j U&iMiUdj, iityfljliij, Ulifti, ,
constantly on hand a fine assort- .' Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED.

E1GN and DOMESTICDrugs .......... Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-
J i: JJ' t 1 ':,. .. VILLE. 33 ,

I, ,. ,'"<<.r'J... .,. .., .',',',
Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, ) ;'"<':1"r ". _"-" I '. ;" .' Is now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS, :
Proprietary and Fancy Goods, ."., .,.,:;._.... ''' .,...', Building Material The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced to Fine Goods.

FINE TOILET ARTICLES, '..)0 ,. ''.i i.:.;);:-.,,v.,>'-r-; ,,," .' ". '..:,' -.
>I'Ji'' ,i.....'1IJ![$, '. 'ViC 1, : ;/ l r ,': A new stock Just reeelved and
Boots and Shoes
1'y PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., ..;L"i t ..l "".It" '-,>'! :,*=f"" ':c:"-".'. ',' BRICK, LIME, HAIR, offered at VERY tow PRICES. t

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: n..JoA ah'y: ". '",., ,
v' A large and well.assorted Stock :
i ''.':- si '
/gf- Physicians' Prescriptions >, ,i t".; i i.'.....,.., ",'. ..1 Y '\ SHINGLES",a.;, ; for, MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS, SPRING I HATS ,

carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at ,.,,f!,";,".-;.;., ,.:' : DOORS, SASH, '.BLINDS... IN NEW AND NOBBY STYLES.
reasonable prices.DR. --:,- .
trouble time
and expense.

BRO'S, rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. FRED W. HOYT & GO'S, 1'/2J'"- We are Agents for DEVLIN d CO., leading Clothiers of ,
"IIII'1 New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail
+- SECOND STREET Near Centre.
iJIIII Fernandina, receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by; our
resident New York buyer.
And Cedar Key. J". c&5 -F.y"II:: :) -',:
Centre Street, near Depot, '
We invite your attention<.. to our New York Office, 83 Walker Street, r FERSAMA) FLORIDA. ,: .


;, Offers to Lessees and Purchasers: a large Crockery 1 Glassware,

number of the most and desirable
eligible :
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED and offer our Goods in these.lines as low as RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS f '

Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of

DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, City or Suburban Residences very latest designs; beautiful'Tea Sets, MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE .

Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin c.
Standard Patent Medicines, UPON EASY TERMS. Chamber Sets all colors; Wooden- ,

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Ware of all kinds; and Housekeeping i FLORIDA: AND NEW YORK.THE .
-I Fancy
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- Utensils generally. \\

rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- CO.
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s $-

; XiTTISICT'S EXTRACTS, etc. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor C. H. HTIOT,

residence or in which to conduct their
?* Especial and careful attention paid
::1 to PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by business.

I i I; an experienced Druggist.SJMR. I
RABB, the Manager, will sleep CIHA:: ? 'DI ERY
I over the store and will respond to all calls by exemption for a term of years from

at night
taxation, offered by the several cities and Groceries Hardware !
!,)d .' f' .. "',

J towns. Apply to CHAS. W. LEWIS, I DRY GOODS, BOOTS <.A'D SHOES, : -

f'Oflice cor.Beach &7th sts.,Fernandina.SEA Second Street..

':',, ': CAJROIVDECET: : : 1,508 TONS. E
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That is what a great : : .,; ;.;.;.,",-' :. {[STEAM'.]} {[SAW']} {[MILL:1:,]} .ii"

is'". y people are doing. ;; ,1' & &\ ,& ttt'-- ,$t of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEIINANDINA FOR NEW YORK

.ih'y don't) know just what ., I '.. ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack
i if the matter, but they have \ C. H. KUOT PROPRIETOR, sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
This Line having no Transfers between Fernandina and New '
-<"<'. combination of pains and -' : ...' York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF 43, .
.: handLumber :: r
:'c.-:hca, andeach month they ; f ;'-. .. ?,.;,.'... HAS constantly on FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ,
**" '. .worse.. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
4 1/ '.t" .' .f:.;yy :,:xr'; ., plr by-, Cargoes.. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
.ill. ..'. '.;'', .1 connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
<:<* only d sure remedy "" ,'',,1.. I'.: ., Office on Second Street. vie ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. "
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,.;.,,'-.", 'I",'"....''....,. .,"'. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
i,41.aas, and this by rapid : t'7'::' .:'. I WH LE ALE AND RETAIL.o PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor i
3ud thorough assimilation LAKE WEIR.
A.r: : 4
with the blood purifies and '",. .t.'K.'I.: --... g1-'-'>"';,!.",, .. O THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For 1

enriches; it, and rich, strong .:.? ",- :i,:' f" P l freight, passage rates, and schedules or further information, apply to

blood flowing to every part ': ','.,':, 0a R. 1V. SOUTHWICK, Agent, .
system repairs the M
vested tissues, drives out ; Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

disease and gives health and .

strength. ,: : ';nl;. .' ; i \. .; ;. ,'. = A. B. NOTES, GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY ETC. .

c3 cC .rt
This is. why BROWN'S -DEALER IN- iIIII
IRON BITTERS will cure rf H. E. DOTTERER : a

kidney and liver diseases, Family Supplies,
consumption, rheumatism, .''p II
neuralgia, dyspepsia, malaria ISLAND ROUTE. HEAVY GROCERIES, ft
I, intermittent fevers, &c. -- Mrrr
..'i. Simon Blanchard a well- .y.. Hay and Grain, Ulo -
viMwn: citizunof Haycsville Meade ::0 -H- r
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countyKcitucky,says: My wife
had been lick for a long time and H fl2r"SHIP STORES o .
l.er constitution was all broken 1 55 EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
down and she was unable to work. N
She was advised to use: Brown's Iron rT" r% II
I Litters aud found it to work like a Furniture, FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. t
charm. We would not now be with ,
I out it for any consideration, as we ST. MCIIOI.ASWILL Stoves, }

,, consider.ItBROWN'S it the Lest tonic in theworld. leave Fernandina for. Savannah oi ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
,Tuesday, Thursday Satur- Paints,

IRON BITTERSis day the same mornings evenings., arriving at the latter place o Crockery, PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. .

not a drink and does not Returning, will l leave Savannah for Fer- w Hardware' CD .
contain whiskey. It is the nandina on Monday, Wednsday and Friday -
at 8 a. m. .
.Willow-Ware: + + :
only preparation of Iron po1 ..t-U. -
Deck Pass. without Meals $3.00
that causes no injurious.ef-- Cabin U ..00 rT" ,;' : = FINE TEAS AND COFFEES -,

fects. Get the genuine. Excursion. 7.00 o .. ,.'.. ..... -iTHE- +t+*-1-
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Don't be imposed on with
Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCTJBED.NEW .
imitations. Boston, and Baltimore. H S -
For tickets and state-rooms, apply at the w '-
Company's office, foot of Centre Street. -
O. M GOODS Received by Every Steamer..

General J. A.Passenger MERCIER Agent.J. I ric ia 1 al Low al th Low ltL
., .- N. HARRIMAN, Manager.- < Cor. Second and Centre Sts., '- FERNANDINA, FLA. _

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,,! s WORK FOR THE ,MONTH OF This is true, whatever the kind of crop or thistle, as well as weeds generally and the DR. CLARK -

} K. #. AUGUST. vegetation'turned in. At the'same time it destruction of bushes, than August. It is JOHNSON'SINDIAN

cannot be denied that some green crops are also peculiarly a time when farmers are not

; ,. ..ti ; August in Florida Is an important month far more beneficial than others for this pur- so much hurried, and when the weeds have

:,. for the beginner in gardening. The first If the farmer do themselves. The farmercan
i ; pose. can no better by fully developed V
i ; 3' sowing of seed for winter gardening may all means'let him turn in the natural vege- see at a glance. indeed,has seen, all, the BLOOD SYRUP
now be made, and in this: connection it is as is season nCCSSltof
tation that has grown on the land. This the : commencing the
_ s i well to mention that too much care cannot much better than nothin But wheneverhe work of destruction.- The best thing to be

: r be exercised in obtaining your supplies, of has the opportunity of doing so, let him done with weeds of all kinds extirpatedfrom Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels

;;. '' good growing quality and from a source fail the l landis to them in the ,
not to plant or sow some special crop use, compost Skin and Blood.
leaving no doubt on, their purity. This: for.this purpose.. "The best that we knowof heap, or to.-gather them in large heaps to re-' Kidneys, MILLIONS testify to its

t 4: is often a fatal hitch with quite a number and about the only orhe*that would suc- remain there until dry, and then'burn them efficacy in healing the above named<< diseases,

in using leftover seeds, that are in many ceed at this time of year; ''is the field pea. up, "root and branch." The practice of ana

instances incapable of germinating, or Ifthey' For,medium, or clay lands.there is nothing some farmers who look only to their own pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to ;1 wan
alt lack the that
p t do possess vitality vigor .better, and even the lightest land, where the selfish purposes, who live "for themselves, -
loss of time watching
L 1;,,' ,, fresh seed possess. The peas can be grown, is greatly benefited. and rarely have neighbor with whom theyare t XI
; of the doubtful l
; x,i r for the brairding seeds The black pea is perhaps the best of all. Itgives on friendly terms, is to pull up and GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.
t. is the least of the evils of this false
+ q1 not A successful cultivator cannot : a, rank ,growth ,of,,vines, ;and grows throw into the public highway the weeds Trade Mark.Laboratory
: .
'' 4 economy. rapidly, soon covering the ground with its from their fields. There they are left to

t 6 i .4J',; & afford to be parsimonious in the quality of dense foliage. As,we have done every year ripen their seed, and the first heavy showerof AGENTS -W-ANTED t
the seed he uses, and his endeavor is to have
for many, we urge our farmer friends to rain that comes they are carried< away,
''I There
c : .i' it many capable good of houses germinating.who send seeds are of undoubted so- plant and sow largely of the field pea. For sometimes for miles, either into the land of 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.

market, for stock or as a green crop to ren- some other farmer or into a stream, to be
and the mails
1' ;',i worth veritably put 'ovate the land, its'merits entitle it to high landed along the banks for a great distance.We CEDARTOWN GA. June
these at every'man's- door. The running 20th, 1881
L"J? '$ after novelties to the exclusion of standard consideration. It may be sowed anv time have more than onceseen people calling Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of

fi'ViW in July, and will be fit to turn in by the themselves farmers and Christians engagedin Indian Blood Syrup completely' cured them. Y our
and sorts is of
proved a failing quite a number
? r last of September. But if the seed cannotbe this mean business.-Germantown Tele 46
much that RUDIE CANT!.ER.
; so so, many, people pass
'' had, the farmer must employ some other graph. ,
t a 'k year after year in experimenting, and putting -
t' plant, as oats, millet buckwheat or corn.
in use their full extent of cultivation
*.t without much And if none of these, then by all means ASPARAGUS PLANTING IN SUMMER.-It is CUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF
accomplishing or near as
F''i> ,; 'q S: much as they would growing suitable and plough under the grass and weeds that have not as generally known as it ought to be, INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS; ti.

sprung up voluntarily on the land. Anything that beds be set out in mid- I DYSPEPSIA SOUR STOMACH. FOUL BREATH,
other kinds. If the asparagus may
K : vegetables grown are COSTIVENeSS
< ltr $ that will ferment in decay and ENLARCED SPLEEN COLIC &c.
green do
summer, and will well if
l ; : designed for market or sale, a good selection very properly
,, is comprised in but a limited list, and we rot quickly will do good. It is an impor- done. Select new plants in the old beds, lie*.J R.Graves Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," J Johnson M. D.. of Abbeville. Miss., Aug
tant link in the system of farming." which since from last Memphis,Teon. says: 1 received a package of your 11.1882, says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical
I note below such kinds'as can.be dependedupon have sprouted spring Liver Medicine, and have used abont ballot it. It College,and have practiced thirty-five years I use
both for home use and for sale. year's seedsjTlnd plant in beds of deep rich works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator your medicine In my practice. It is not only a good
and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture.Bey. Liver Medicine,but it IB a sovereign remedy
soil of all the and set- forflux.
course removing tops
m .1 For fall gardening we would recommend TILE DRAINING.The R v.J. Beasley,of
j' E.A. Humus,Frank'in.Ky. Snmmerton.
t' :" >, ,' : a sowing of beans, probably Valentine or tiints the of ,ting the roots three inches below the 'sur- Aug.1C,says: It is the best medicine S c.,J aD."82.says: I have used Z U-
.. V : Refugee,: answer best, and keep fortnightly following as to laying face. Be careful to prevent the roots from I have ever taken in my life. It litit 1n''preparation a great deal but find
i may up tile drains are furnished to the Country Gen- drying while Set two feet is curing me of Dyspepsia.Send me your medicine altogether superior
:: 'Y.,. ,, : successive sowings.Beet II tleman, by Mr. T. B. Terry in answer to i transplanting. another puckaga. Must have it. in its effect on the system The best
: : -A sowing of Bassano first, and later I farmer I six inches each way, and when the place or Rev. J. L. Brittain, of BlountavUle, Dr. S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist Memphis
; in the month blood turnip. some queries of a correspondent, as I hole is madi;'for the roots, fill with water Ala.. March Imo says: I suffered with Tenn.,says: Have sold it 30T"s; my predecessor
',," I to the possibilities of :shallow:! drainage by and let it alone for hours ;:. torpid liver and costiveness,and your sold it many years before me.That this medicine is a
i ,:; Brussels sprouts-This capital vegetable the of tile a couple for the medicine cured me. My wife has used it good one no one can deny;and that it is the trap and
.. :' amply repays cultivation. It is treated similar use : water to soak away, and then plant. On with admirable effect for sick-headache genuine Simmons Liver Medicine'nonedare pn-'ngay
Your correspondent, S. B. R. asks what
,. taking up the young plants they should be Original and Only
F ( to cabbage. uenuiae. ASMS. MIV.
': : :' s Cabbage-Early Flat Dutch and Winning- action frost will have on tile drains when put in a pan of water, and then taken from Put up in 25c. and $I.packages
pipes come to within twelve inches of the and bottles MED ID INIJDLD
stadt later Drumhead few the pan one by one as they are set in the by
following by a
top of the ground at the upper end of the holes thus them in firm- .F.SIMMONS& CO.,ST. Lou M
t : 4 w Red Dutch, for pickling and curled greens, prepared, pressing BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHETRg
..k.::1 are an acquisition in any garden. These drain. You very properly advise him to ly, in order that they may take instant hold

,\' seeds should be sown in Boxes or prepared lay his tiles three feet deep there, beyond the of the soil and go on growing, as they will, -

+r ,'r 4 beds in and little is reach of the frost. But are some with scarcely any delay. Asparagus roots
; ,, open ground, shading
i if is attended The cases where this is not practicable, as you thus set will yield sprouts for cutting one
necessary watering to. COLLIN C01 HARTFORD .
Ml' know of course, but still where it will pay
from the
t i f present planting will furnish plants to go .drain. Perhaps your correspondent'scase year ensuing spring.-Farmer ,
-! Gardener.
in October. of Erfurt
i into position Sowings
1 may be of this kind.
I cauliflower can now be made. basin Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
For example, to one on "
earlier this is in the bet- my CHEAP WATER
4 Celery-The got FILTER.-Ven' many families -
farm of only about one-quarter of an acre
The solid white is best. Sow in boxes desire
& ter. drain some inexpensive device for filter-
in extent, it required a of sixty rods ;'
';' ;. in shade and water frequently. long, and a cut part of the five feet ing rain and other waters to be used for ..
{ ; D d
F -' Tomatoes-Sown now, they will furnish deep, and then, where the tiles passed cooking and table use. A cheap and very )'
with treatment abundance of fruit efficient filter be made ,
r proper I through the center of the basin, they were may by using spirit ,
'' from December onward. Excelsior, Acme only fourteen inches below the surface of or wine cask, placing it on end, with the

t.., and Red for winter. head removed and
Smooth are good the ground. Where the drain was so near having a faucet at the J
t Onions-Sow Bermuda and Italian. Sets bottom to draw off the clear water. To fit "
the surface, hard-burned four-inch tiles
R be it for filter take the removed head ,.
can now planted. a top of
were used, and laid in a of solid
;'.;. Seed of all the above should not be sown groove laid the cask, and with a small bit bore holes all
clay. The rest of the drain was with
., \ at once, but in succession, and where plants three-inch pipes. This drain has been work- over it; then place four clean bricks or -
I wanted endeavor to have blocks of wood the bottom and -
to these
+ are transplant on on
ing well for and has more than paid "
: them in beds convenient to water, which years rest the perforated top. Now fill upon it
for itself but it would have been utterly
Ir +' should be given with a fine rose sprinkler. ; about four inches of charcoal chopped into
impracticable to have laid it two feet deeper
', !h I. Lettuce, parsley, radish, turnips and on account of the increased cost, and in small bits, the size of peas, and over this

w r spinach may be sown where they are to re- this particular case it could not have been place a layer of clean sand, six inches deep.

,; \ .; main. The best and quickest growing tur- Impure water poured into the cask on top
; done as there was not sufficient fall. I
:. \ : nip is Early White Dutch, and following it of the sand will become clear and sparklingafter OF
have a number of other drains with equally
;, f'' red top strap leaf, egg and white globe are a little while, or as soon as all fine par-
shallow spots in them, and all work well,
Okra still be Sweet ticles worked out of the charcoal and
: good. can sown. are
: I but they are laid, whenever they come
r!" 1 potatoes, thelate stand-overcrop should sand. This filter will not need renewing Axes Hatchets Picks
nearer the surface than two and a half feet,
t, 'k.t, be seen to. oftener than once in two or three months.-
with glazed.tiles or hard burned ones.
j z I.. will be very Science News.
Orange groves making good growth ,
; Your correspondent also speaks of water
p ,.1 '
( it would be well discontinue
and to giving running through the drains all the time. As AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
; them fertilizer after this month allow
he have trouble from roots getting into
them to carry what they have gained may TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
the tile I will give him a little of my experience
the cold without "
t i through coming season in that line. We have some drains SWEET BREAD 'CROQUETTES. plump

r' injury. Budding can be done any time this that carry spring water, and are seldom dry. tongue, boiled until tender, then cooled, Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS
month. The shoots from ,
: I young issuing seven eight sweet-breads. Scald the
Last one of these began to show signsof or
II buds put in the previous three months will, stopping May up. The field that it was in sweet-breads, remove the sinews, then fry Of all sizes and pric 3 i.-om: $3 to $]). Also, Plowing Machines.

ere this, have made considerable progress had a of wheat on it. By the middleof them in butter. Chop the tongue very fine,
jl crop Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, Ac.,
; and must be tied securely to stakes other- :
then it to smooth in
pound a a mor-
June a stream of water only about the paste
\ : wise the winds that invariably set in about by::writing to the makers,
\ size.of finger got through the three-inch tar. Poun d the sweet-breads to a paste and

'I i the end of this month and the next, will do tiles when my after a shower they ought! to add it to the tongue. Mix well together, COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.

a :' 'I them much damage, and perhaps blow them and to taste with ,salt,grated
; run full. I dug down in three or four season pepper
t off altogether. The stub left after cuttingover onion and minced parsley. Add three well-
places, and found the tiles full of wheat
.i,, : the stock on which the bud exists, is beaten moisten the whole with veal STOVES TIN-WARE ETC
l roots, and pulled out strings four feet long.It eggs, ,
t 1, of temporary utility, and should not be seemed as though the drain would haveto stock, making it as moist as it can be han-

y : I permitted to lay longer than it can be supplanted be taken and relaid, perhaps with dled. From the croquettes, egg and bread $JULDS
1 stake. It should be cut flush ;
: by a socket tiles and cemented joints, to make a crumb them, and let them color a golden
't and as soon as possible after budding the brown in boiling lard. If allowed to take
I success of it. But after the wheat was cut, Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
; : It union of stock and scion should be made to too deep a color they will harden and be
t more water began to find its way throughthe MILLIONSOF
: ; .t take the appearance of a uniform trunk spoiled. Sometimes the mixture is made ,
drain, and soon the roots rotted and the FERNANDINA
t y : which it is its province to do. sediment washed out. quite moist with veal stock and then stif- THEM .,

;>,: ,F Offsets from pine-apples should be rooted For laterals tile is big enough, fined slightly with bread crumbs.
any pro- For FLORISTS ail
,r t in a shady corner, giving them occasional
vided you have plenty of them. Have a SPINACH.Wash and pick over carefullya

_ '.'',1' waterings. A good start of these plants, good and sufficient outlet. If your neighbors peck of young and freshly gathered spin- AMATEURS.
aided with roots is conducive to
t vigorous ,
'i' 'i! )- of fruit. The will will not give you one make one for ach. It is better to wash it in several wa- y FLA"I Dutch Bnlbe. J'apAn

i .I : early when maturity the most successful day will come follow yourself. It is only once to put in, and, ters, and then, that it may be entirely free ; Bulbs, French Bulbs,

i the growers and fruit their though on your neighbor's land, it is yours from grit or sand, throwit finally into fresh, American Bulbs. AlsoPlantaforGreenhoBBea

English precedent for all time to come. Have a regular fall, clear water. Drain it well by shaking it in fir
within twelve months from and Window Gardens.
{ apples sprouts however small and your tile will never fill a sieve. Boil it about fifteen or twenty
taken from the old This letting I
't minutes in slightly salted boiling water. BEAUTIFUL, HIRAM SIBIEY&CO.
shift for themselves and
f pine-apples the unrooted is based more depth-no tile should be less than When tender, drain it well, shaking about I Catalogue SEEDSMEN,

especially sprouts three feet in the ground, and four is better. in a colander until quite dry. Serve it on FREE I EocheeterN.y.aCnlcagom.

t. I upon the erroneous supposed adaptability The greatest mistake made by our farmersin pieces of toast, dipped for a moment in the I
of their the Tittcmsia air
:i near affinity or this community is that they do not tile water the spinach was boiled in. Season DO-W-7S
; I
4 plants, to an aerial existence. deep enough. I do not believe that our with and salt and put plenty of but- t .
I' The nature of the two sufficiently
> plants are
I average is over twenty inches, whereas it ter, cut into small pieces, over it. Garnishthe
distinct and ought not to mislead JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS
should be at least as much. Your dish with slices of hard-boiled eggs.
; : of The of
+ t anyone judgment. application
1 roots will to the water level, which
plant go
A. L'ITALIENNE. Cut chicken
: fertilizers has MACARONI: a
J an important bearing on pine- NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
i in thoroughly drained land is at the depthof
apples, and in the future we expect into joints and stew or fry it. In either case
may but contains all the medicinal properties
the tile. This will give : STOVES' HEATERS RANGERS.
,; make Boil large handfulof :; ,
t more to be done in this direction to obtain a cream gravy. a of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
1. A much larger amount of plant food,
macaroni in salted boiling water until it
J maximum results. Handsome fruit not
", are /: TIN is to take and
SHEET-IRON pleasant ,
three feet in depth, giving three times as swell then off the water. AND WARE very
got on starved plants, and the abortive, begins pour
much as one.
small and that After pouring off the water cover the maca-
ill-shaped fruit appear on 2. It will give three times as much mois- ROOFING AND GUTTERING, CURES INDIGESTION HEADACHE,
with milk. Season nicely with '/
r roni
\ plants making no growth of foliage is not pepper
I worth the culture bestowed. ture to draw from in dry seasons yea more, and salt and throw in a large onion peeled.Let :?:PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. COLDS, CHILLS,.CRAMP COLIC.
as the top is the part dried out by the sun.
p All sorts of shrubbery flowers may be it boil until tender, then drain it well. DIARRHEA DYSENTERY
Air moisture cool, surfaces ,
rooted by cuttings also roses. This is best 3. deposits on Arrange the chicken in the centre of a hot A large:;stock of Stoves on band. Give mea

done in frames.-Florida Agriculturist. as you have often witnessed in cellars, on platter and make a border around it of the call, and compare my prices with those of PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels.
ice boxes etc. Hence the in well-
pores the over all
macaroni cream
; pour gravy other, houses, here or elsewhere.
I drained land receive a deposit of moisturein and serve at once. and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-

GREEN MANURING. hot weather enabling us to raise good : ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
LUCIA PUDDING.-Onelarge cocoanut grat- :
The Petersburg (Va.) Rural Messenger has crops, but shallow drainage can never have Irish ;BOOTS AND SHOES. I action. Sold by
i ed and the milk ; eight large potatoes,
this effect. But will drains
deep on PALMER BRO'S
you say ,
been giving its views on the subject of boiled and mashed together three pints of
our soil will not give us satisfactionnotdrain .. Centre Street Fernandina Fla.
ploughing in green crops for the purpose of milk one nutmeg, one gill of rum or bran- TIE NEW STORE. ,
the land as well. This is true too
lands. It this method of
enriching regards dy, a lump of butter the size of an egg, one JZS5 Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA
land the aud true, for a few years, but not in the end. I
t .l : improving cheapest most certain -
pound and a quarter of sugar, six eggs. GINGER ALE the only Ginger Ale made
p known. In its rotting the matter care not how dense and how impervious to Take the whites of the eggs aud half the :a W. F. WOOD, Jr., } S without 22
water soil be. in course of time -- peppei.
your may
r I turned under acts well
as as whip them up well and put on the
water will for itself a to the
ch.I. chemically, and thus the soil is benefitedby open passage of the after it is done return- :Vf
the direct addition of fertilizing elements drain. Drains will improve for twenty top pudding to brown. C> -j Proprietor, } E] O. S. OAKES
ing it then to the oven
and by being made easier to culti- years, and in some places longer. In places C

'r vate. This work may be commenced now, where it takes so many years for a drain to HUCKLEBERRY PuDDING.-One quart of C> C> ONTRACTOR' AND BUILDER,

and continued until frost or as long as work to its best, it is important to use smaller ripe fresh huckleberries or blueberries halfa

there was anything green to plough under. tile, and put in many more, but not shal teaspoonful of mace or nutmeg, three eggs MANUFACTURES

++ ; :Land that has produced a good covering ofgrass lower. well beaten, separately two cupsful of sugar .II: : DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF

may be depended upon to produce agir.crop 4. Some kinds of roots will fill up drains, four large teaspoonfuls of butter, one ALL SIZES.

such as those of the willow, black ash, cupful of sweet milk, one of flour, two tea-
f next if all the is
:: year, grass carefully 1 Post Office Box 174.
,. ploughed in and rotted the soil. swamp ash, elm, silver maple, etc. We spoonfuls of baking powder. Roll the berries S S jan4 Fernandina, Fla

w If the grass were let alone to upon die and decay avoid this in part by putting in our tile in well in the flour, and add them last of : AND

the fall, instead of the spring but deep all. Bake half an hour and serve with
the would be added
on land something to HO FOR THE BEACH.
: ti it, certainly, but not a tithe the benefit drains very seldom fill up at all. sauce. There is no more delicate and delicious c S Sr

would be derived as secured by 'ploughing 5. The deeper the drains the earlier in the I pudding than this. AND A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe

: and rotting the vegetable matter in the soil. spring you can commence plowing. Drain- : POTATOES X LA NEIGE.-Boil or bake the -
:Hc9' : :
i The fermentation produced by decay of age adds at least half a month of each springto : potatoes, mash them well, dress them with .: three elegant Omnibuses of :McGinnis

; ; .. green matter acts very favorably on the our season for farm' work and plant cream, butter and salt, and press them & Rawson can be secured for private partieson

land, pulverizing it, filling it with life- growth. I through a colander into the hot dish in C> very reasonable terms,at any hour,either

4I giving nitrogen and making it soft and 6. Last but not least, a heavy rain soon I which they are to be served. Pile them up day or night. '

mellow for the plough and the hoe. Our fills to overflowing, and damages the shal- high and serve very hot. i 26 McGINNIS & RAWSON.

contemporary believes that it is this fermen- low drained land, while the well and deep- { Fernandina, (} EJ -

{ tation of green stuff in the soil that makes drained land, requiring so much more to fill Leadville clergymen are becoming very To Rent.

+ ; ., the ploughing in of any green crop so bene- it up, escapes from its deleterious effects. particular. One of'em got mad at a funeral :;;B Cor. Centre & Third. } S.JI2i' The property known as Sanborn's Stores

ficial. The fermenting and rotting process where be was to officiate because the masterof Apply for particulars to

does more good to mellow and enrich the KILL THE WEEDS IN AUGUST.-There is no ceremonies notified him to begin by re- A. B. No YES.

and than repeated ploughings would do. better month in which to kill the Canada marking: "Now, old boss, it's your play." "" THE NEW STORE.' Fernandina. July 15-tf.

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GOOD ADVICE.You will prevent and cure Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton,,Sapp, New .;23* Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,

the greater part of the.ills that afflict, mankind St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida i
in this or any section if you keep your 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A.. Ackley New Troy. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM. Central and Western Railroad.

j-tomach, liver and kidneys in perfect working Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. The Rest,Cleanest and Through tickets via this line at the Com .

order. There is no medicine known Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Judge Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. u 4 moot Economical Hair pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No.7'
County .
Dressing.flmr West Street.
does this as surely as Parker's Ginger Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Bay
that Sheriff-A. Moseley, Fails to Restore W. :M. DAVIDSON 1
Tonic. It'iIl keep your blood rich and Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH lerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. tlic youthful color to grey General

l pure, and give you good health at little cost. CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, ..iair. Soc and$i siesat Jacksonville Managers Fla.
.. { ,
See other column 'f? Spring Term- Tallahassee. irnggi tti WILLIAM O. AMES
Sumter 3d Monday in March. J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.Collector .
Fiord chR Gen'l Passenger Agent,
makes Floreston ,. i ) r.
WHY Marion, 4th Monday in March. of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- .1 r Jacksonville Fla. '
Cologne welcome on every lady's toilet Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. 1/ A ft"w and filinirlT frv
.. ..
e'U nod aixi l -t.i.: p riuui j. s. MCELROY,
table is its lasting fragrance and rich, March. Assessor of Taxes G.. A. Croome, Tallahassee. w 1'0:.Ji and lac.PARKER'S. Master .

flowery odor. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Transportation Tallahassee ,Fla. ,
-- -- March.
A scientific chemical compound that gives Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Bronson ,
health and strength Is Browns Iron Bitters. March. County Judge W. H. Sebring, ; CARD .
Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. TIME
Fall Term- OF THE
Parker Bronson. GINGERTONIC r
Sheriff-J.S. ,
Post-Office Notice. iii October.
1st Monday .
Sumter Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR.
Office Hours From 8:00: A. M. to 7:00 P. M. Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J.. Ira Gore, Cedar RAILROAD .
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. A Part Family Mididnt that Never Intoxicates. h
Key.Superintendent AND ,
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. of Schools-J. B. Menden- If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
Alachua 1st after 4th in FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. '
Monday Tuesday overwork or a mother run down by family or house
hall Bronson.
Northern Mail (Dally except Sunday-) November. hold duties try PARKER'S GINGER TUNIC.

Drives................. 5:50: P. M. and 6:05: p. M. SEVENTH CIRCUIT. MADISON COUNTY. If you are a lawyer minister or business man exhausted In Effect July 2d, 188S.

Clo es.-...............- 7:30 A. M. and 9:30 A. M. Spring Term- County Judge R. M. Witherspoon, Madi by mental strain or anxious cares do not GOING SOUTH. '1
take intoxicating stimulants but PARKER'SGINGER
Transit & Peninsular Railroad Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS. TONIC use Leave Fernandina........................11.00 a.m.

Arrives...................................... 5:50 p- M- Volusia, 3d Monday in February. M. Hankins, Madison. If you have Dyspejuia. Rheumatism Kidney or .. Leave Hart's Road......................11.40 a.m.
Closes......................................... 7:30 A. M.\ Brevard t Monday in March. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Urinary Complaints, or if you are troubled with any Leave Callahan.......................... 12.40p.m.
Dade, 3d Monday i in April. Superintendent of Schools -E. S. Tyner, disorder ofthelun s.stomach.bowels.bloodornerves Leave Dutton....................... ..... 1.07p.m. '
Jacksonville, South and West Florida- Fall Term- Madison. you can be cured by PARKER'S GINGER TONIC. Leave Brandy Branch ................. 1.22 p.m. ,r

Arrives.-............... 9:00 A. M. and 6:05: p. M. Orange, 2d Monday in August. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith,,Madison. If you are wasting! away from age, dissipation or Arrive Baldwin.......................... 1.45 p.m. r
Closes.................. 9:30 A. M. and 5:30 p. M. Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Collector of Revenue-M. H."Warring, Mad any disease. or weakness and require! a stimulant take Leave Baldwin........................... 2.10p.m.
Arrives Sunday..... 10:25 A. M. Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade ison.Assessor GISG' TONIC at once: it will invigorate and build Leave Maxville........................... 2.35 p.m.
from first intoxicateIt
Closes Sunday....... 4:00 p. M. 2d Monday in November. of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad you has up saved the hundreds dose of lives but will it may never save yours. Leave Highland................?....... 2.5G p.m. i

St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mail- ison. HISCOX & CO.. let: William' St.. Nor York. SOc. and Leave Lawtey .....................?...... 3.12p.m. r
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. County Officers. MANATEE COUNTY. oo( dollar t\itt, at all
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. County Julge-Z. 'r. Crawford, Manatee. GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZC. Arrive Starke.............................. ............
Closes ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Leave Starke ...............................3.36 p.m.
t St. Mary's and Dungeness'A County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- S1Ieriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Leave Thurston ........................_ 3.48 p.m.

Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at ROO A. M. ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown PATENTS obtained for new inventions Arrive 'Val do.............................. 4.10 p.m.
j Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. lerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, or for 'improvements in old Leave Waldo.............................. 4.20 p.m.
I Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. M. Sheriff-John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash.Superintendent. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand Leave Gainesville....................... 5.06p.m.
I Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, of Schools-Felix J. Seward, all patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Arredondo ........................ 5.24 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30: p. M. Hawthorne. Pine Level. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Batton.............................. 5.36p.m.
Money Orders and Registered Letters from Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines MARION COUNTY. REJECTED may stills; in most cases, be pat- Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m.

9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00: p. M. ville. Marshall Ocala. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- Leave Bronson ........................... 6.21p.m.
: 4:00 Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, County Judge-SamueIF. ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS Leave Otter Creek....................... 6.51 p.m.
to P. M. Bullock Ocala.
SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. Gainesville. Clerk-Robert Crutchfield, Ocala. EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat Leave Rosewood.......................... 7.30p.m. }
BAKER COUNTY. Sheriff A. B. ents in less time than. those who are remote Arrive Cedar Key........................ 80.2 p.m.
Assesstor of Tares-Thomas Barco Cotton from Washington.When .
County Judge- Plant. Inventors send model or sketch,
Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy, we make search in the Patent Office, and Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.00 a.m. .
United States Officers.LAND Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. advise as to its patentability free of charge Leave Rosewood......................... 7.38 a.m.
OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin, Correspondence confidential fees reason Leave Otter Creek......................... 8.13 a.m.

Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. able and NO CHARGE UNLESS; PAT Leave Bronson................. ......... 8.55a.m. ; .'
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY. ENT; IS OBTAINED. Leave Archer.............................. 9.25 a.m. ",

Surteyor-General-Malaclu Martin, Talla Sanderson. S. Baron Key West. We refer by permission to the City Post- Leave Batton ......;....................... 9.42 a.m. .
hassee. Superintendent of ScJiools-A. J. W. Cobb County Judge-Chas. West., master and to the Superintendent of the Leave Arredondo ........................ 9.57 a.m.
T. Key'
DISTRICT COURT. Olustee. Clerk-Peter A.Knight Demerritt, Key West. Post-Office, Money Order Division in Wash Leave Gainesville......................10.24 a.m. ,
BRADFORD COUNTY. Sheriff George circular Arrive Waldo..............................11.13a.m.
Settle Jacksonville. Taxes Walter Maloney Jr. ington. For special references ser-
Judge-Thomas Assessor of Waldo-...... ..... ..
County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. vice etc. addressC. Leave .... ... .... ..11.25 a.m. ,
II. Durkee Jacksonville. terms, A
.IlrshtJ.. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Key West. A. SNOW & CO. Leave Thurston.........................11.54 p.m.
Walter Jacksonville. Revenue Walter C. Maloney ,
Clerk-Philip Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Collector'Vest.Superint.endent of Opp.Patent Office. Washington. D.O. 2tf Arrive Starke.............................. ............. .
INTERNAL REVENUE. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Jr., Key Schools-J. V. Harris Key Leave. Starke...............................12.15 p.m.
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Butler. of HORACE DREW Lea v.. Tern pie's..........................12.24 p.m. ..

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, West. Leave :Lawtey -..........................12.48 p.m.
John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. NASSAU COUNTY. Stationer, Leave Highland......................... 1.10 p.m. f
Edwin Higgins; Jacksonvi. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan Bookseller Printer and Binder. Leave Maxville........................... 1.35 p.m. '
John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. dina. Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.05p.m. I '
Joseph Hirst Cedar Key. BREVARD COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.30p.m.
, Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Brandy Branch................. 2.55 p.m. ', .,,
State Officers. Point.County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- A SPECIALITY. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.15 p.m. .w

Titusville. nandina. Leave Callahan............................ 4.05 p.m.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Assessor Clerk-A.of A.Taxes Stewart Wallace, R. Moses, Georgian Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer jtiiJ"Liberal discounts to Teachers and Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.50 p.m.

Governor-"Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. na. nandina. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.25 p.m.
Schools-L._ W.
Bethel Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Orlando botham Superintendent Callahan.of application. Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR 3"
f l Orange county.Superintendent .
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee of Schools-A. Grady, La OR.-\NGECOUNTY. .' '- JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

f Grange. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando. DIVISION. s .
COInJtroller-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Clerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando. RAILROADS. GOING SOUTH.

Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Sheriff-Thomas W.Shine Fort Reid. -- ----- --- -- -----
County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange -- --- --- Leave Waldo Junction ......... 4.18 p.m.
Attomty-General-George P. Raney, Talla Park. Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m.

hassee. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove Reid, Fla.Collector. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..._ 4.57 p.m.
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Springs. of Revenue-Richard H. Marks, FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. Leave Lochloosa......................... 5.15 p.m.

Tallahassee. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford. -- Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.42 p.m.
Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks JACKSONVILLE, July 1st, 1883. Leave Anthony Place................... 6.07 p.m.i;

Foster, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. Fort Reid. /COMMENCING: this date, Trains on this Leave Silver Spring..................... 6.35 p.m. ,

Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Collector of Revenue Wm. S. Plummer, PUTNAM COUNTY. \j road and its connection will run as follows Leave Ocala................................. 7.00 p.m.

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.Commissioner Maxville. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. : Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m. dr
-A. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. WESTWARD.No. Arrive Wild wood........................ 8.10 p.m. I till 3
3. No. 1.
Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shally. GOING NORTH. ,
Clerk Tallahassee. Assessor-S. E. Timmons. Accom. Mail.
-R. C. Long, COLUMBIA COUNTY. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m.
Special Agent-Columbus Drew Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Leave Jacksonville... ... 7.30 pm 1.30 pm Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.25 a.m. ,
Public J. W. Arrive Baldwin 8.45pm 2.14pm
Building, Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Schools- Lake City........... 1.10am 4.53pm Leave Ocala................................. 8.30 a.m. "
SUPREME COURT. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City.Assessor Strickland. ... Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m.
Live Oak........ 3.15am 5-55
Chief Justice-E. M. Randall,Jacksonville. of Taxes-L. W. Rivers:Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. pm Leave .
Anthony Place........ ......... 9.15a.m. i i
....... 5.25am
Associate Justiu-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahassee. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. )Madison ... 7.42pm Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43 a.m.
.... .
Drifton....... 7.20am 9.05pm
Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry. ........ Leave Lochloosa................... ....10.10 a.m.
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Monticello .. 9.35pm Leave Hawthorne........................10.29 a.m.
Tallahassee.... 9.05am 10.30pm
Jacksonville. % DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-TJ..: Franklin. Leave Dixie...............................10.47 a.m. '$ l
Leave Tallahassee........ 10.45pm i
Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Perry.County. : Arrive Waldo Junction...... .........11.10
County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack : .. 12.00 a.m. c
Treasu.rer-D. S. Sutton Arrive Quincy .......... .11.05 a m p m
CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonville. Perry. Chatta. River_...12.10 p in 1.00 a m Trains daily, except Sunday.
First Circuit E. Maxwell Pen- County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
-Augustus Clerk Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. Leave River Junction... 1.10 a m -_ ;
S ICO lil. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee Perry. Arrive Marianna......... 2.41am FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
Assessor Taxes S. H. Peacock .
Circuit David S. Walker Tallahas of Perry.ST.
Second Assessor Taxes-A. J. Jackson
of Prevatt Pensacola........... 9.30 a m ,. :
ville. JOHN'S COUNTY. Montgomery..... 8.50pm GOING SOUTH. y

see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Collector of Revenue Moses J. Brown, County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St.!Augus Mobile............... 4.25pm Leave Fernandina...... 2.00p.m. 7.15p.m. I
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker Jackson Jacksonville. tine. New Orleans...... 10.15pm Leave Hart's Road...... 2.35p.m. 7.48p.m.

ville.Fifth Superintendent of ScJiools-Albert J. Russell Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Houston........... 6.50 a m Arrive Jacksonville.... 3.37 p.m. 8.45 p.m.
Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines Jacksonville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine GOING NORTH.

ville. HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St. EASTWARD.No.. 4. No.2. Leave Jacksonville..... 7.30a.m. 4.15p.m.
Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. it
Augustine. Accom. Mail. Leave Hart's Road..... 8.30 5.20
Archer Cocke Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. a.m. p.m.
Seventh Circuit
Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F.. Llambias, Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.25 am 3.00pm Arrive Fernandina.... 9.05 a.m. 6.00 p.m. '

Sheriff-James. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine. Baldwin............. 6.50am 2.02pm Trains double daily except Sunday.
Court Calendar.FIRST Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, Lake City.......... 3.00am 11.38am SUNDAY TRAINS. ,
CIRCUIT. St. Augustine. u Live Oak........... 1.25am 10.37am
Fall Term- Collector of RtrenueV. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY.: 44 Madison ............11.05pm 9.12am Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.00a.m.

Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Columbia County. Drifton............... 9.05pm 7.30am Arrive Fernandina.....................10.25 a.m.
Schools-Joshua H. Rob- County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy Leesburg,
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Clerk-Thomas J. Monticello ......... 8.00 a m Leave Fernandina.........................5.00 p.m.
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday erts, Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches Ivey., Leesburg.Leesburg. Tallahassee....... 7.15pm 6.05am Arrive Jacksonville...................... 6.25p.m.

in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall. Webster. Leave Tallahassee ........ 6.38 p m 5.55 a m

I Washington, 2d :Monday after 4th Monday County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Collector of Revenue-J. R. G.. Hamilton, Arrive Quincy.............. 5.20 p m 4.45 a m CONNECTIONS.
in October. ville. Sumterville. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m 3.45 a m ;
:, Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Superintendent of Schook-A.. C. Clarke, Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 a m AT FERNANDINA' FLA. ?
October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. Marianna......... 1.39 a m .
Escambia, 1st Monday in December.This Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Pensacola........... 7.15pm With New York and Fernandina Steam- '
act amended section 2 of act of February ville. Leave Montgomery..... 8.30 a m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8
10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Revenue-F. M.\ Townsend, County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live Leave Mobile............... 2.00pm a.m., 11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m.: and for New .
Spring Term. Brooksville. Oak.ClerkRobert Leave New Orleans...... 8.40am York on Thursday, at 10.40/ a.m., 500. p.m.or .

THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Houston........... 6.15pm 5.50 p.m.
Fort Dade. h.eriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
Spring Term- Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily
Assessor Taxes W. H. Sessions Wei-
of nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .
after 1st in
Taylor, 1st Tuesday Monday HILLSBOKOUGH COUNTY.: born. except Sunday.
April. SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. "
County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue Robert F. Allison, CALLAHAN.
Madison, 2d Monday in April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak. SLEEPING CARS Madison to Pensacola. To and from Savannah and Charleston at 1

Hamilton, 4th.Monday in April. : Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones CONNECTIONS.At 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by
Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Live Oak.
in No. 4 in the and No. 2 in the for
April.Columbia. RCIenue-'V. F. Buns a. m. p. m.,
Collector of Tampa. .
3d Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson VOLUSIA COUNTY.County : all points North and East; with the Fernan- To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m. f
in April. Tampa. Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE' d

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. prise. dina; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m.and 2.40 '
in April.1 . ...' Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. the St. Johns River.
Fall: Term- County Judge J. B. Christie, Monticello. Sheriff-W. A. Cone, Enterprise. At Baldwin by No. 1 and 2 with Florida p.m. -

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gaines- AT WILDWOOD.
October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. prise. ville, Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand
Madison, 2d :Monday in October. Superintendent of 'Schools-W. R. Taylor, Collector of Ret.'enue-John B. Jordan, De- Gulf Ports. Tampa daily except Sunday.
Monticello. Land. At LiveOak with the Savannah Florida With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. I
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer. -W. M. Girardeau, Mon Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw, &Western Railroad.At daily except Sunday.
In October. ticello. Enterprise. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,

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

October. ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. urdays.At for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday. after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville. Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- .m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and
In October. keenah. Clerk-Nat. Walker, Crawfordville. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Friday.

FOURTH CIRCUIT LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval, sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key i
? Judge-W. J. Dixon New Troy. Crawfordville. and all in the West Southwest, and
spring Term \ County points West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.; _
St. John's. 2d Tuesday in March. 1 k. Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw Northwest-forming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. I
Clay, 4th Tuesday in :Marcb. f Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville. QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New Collector of Retenue-W. H. Walker,Craw points; and with the Central and People's etc., apply to
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A. MACDONELL, ;'

&assau, 3d Tuesday April. .:I i.., \ County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw- Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent.D. .
Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. Troy. fordville. Columbus and Eufaula. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 12




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( :W'tt ,: THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Bas Ball Notes. ,Mortuary Report. his intelligent knowledge of their culture, Valuable Tracts Orange Lands for;-Sa le.

During'.the month of July, just closed were alike an index of Lis heart and refined containing twenty acres each of
1. I 4 choice, high hammock land on Orange
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3' THE RUBBERS, OF JACKSONVILLE DEFEAT THE there were four deaths in this city and two taste. suitable for '

,' .. 'r.f'' r. .. '''1.f'f .' $ .VO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS MIRRORS-AX INTERESTING GAME ON THE at Old Town;four of them being amongstthe The writer knew him intimately for nearly ing, are now orange offered growing for sale.and These truck farm lands.
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W '.i ; .t i! PROGRAMME FOR ,NEXT WEEK. colored population, one white, John thirty years and during that time ever are very conveniently situated for transpor

4:t'r. ,.. 'I.+.: ";C. Reflect kons. A match last Miller Four found him true and steadfast-a tation, by water or rail and will! .be sold on
. .. ... ,', ,. game was played Tuesday, being a stranger. more occurred warm terms to suit purchsisers. TUH 'are unt}
f I y'1 1 ( : as announced last week, between the Rub- on Amelia Island, outside the city friend, unflinching in duty, constant in tionable. Also valuable timber lands toes-
K- 11' ::1 '" Mr. R. G. left for Fall River in
r !t McQuitty bers, of Jacksonville and the Florida Mirrors Limits. adversity at all times genial. His vacant large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS

'. t''.: ;: Mass., on' Thursday, via Mallory Line. of this city on the grounds of the Fer- The following table, giving the names, chair will sadden the fireside of many February 10. 1882. Fernandina. Fla.

f I ,r: .j.: It: C. L. Robinson, Esq., of Jacksonville, was nandina, Base-Ball Association, The Rub. causes of death, etc., has been furnished us homes where he was known and loved. ----- -

f; 1{! : : ; \\,; in the city this week, looking after his property bers proved themselves the better players, by Undertaker Henderson : WILL. Livery Stable at a Bargain.
.! : I otter at a bargain my entire
11' '.: establish
',.1" interests. winning the by a score of 10 to 5., We
game Arrivals at the Str'athinore. ment in this city, consisting of Carrh
, .r ;. ; ; During the absence of Mr. Ansley, the have no apologies to offer for, nor sympa- I.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. =-= b Miss F Fleming Miss M Fleming Hiber- Buggies. Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage
l ,
II:"' i .;',., 't jeweler, at the Louisville Exposition, lE.. thies to extend to the home nine. They bad tJ to to to to .-. ..+ f+ h..:. r a% nia, Fla ; Dr Baldwin and daughter, B Barnett Horses Terms, Harness of purchase etc. CAsa.

g' F' :: T. Evans will}] be in charge of his establishment organized only a week before the game, and H I ic OOOCnOOOCOWtCG and family, Mrs Wm Livingston and ,

<,1 j'; .',: ". 4 i I)!', "j,-i",rt"+;, on Centre street. without any previous practice as a nine challenged .='. ,I 0 00 I W >t e:;: >tJQ*" family, Miss Gray, Mrs S V Landauer and Office and Stable-First Street G. ,F.near AVERT Broom
.0. child. Miss Rosalie Dzialynski Miss Deli
G "ilMfcP
;:. t' ..:. ":::;:-.'" ; ; ,.-" Burkheim, C W DaCosta J W B Seckinger, Street Wharf. 46

i?{ t.:, 4 r: ".' :',: the State of Texas Thursday, on her trip to State, which had been victorious in several i=!'. .=..#; J>fSHi ; :. : <..ui Miss Belle Douglass G H Fleming Ida Masonic.

r u}:,'.\, : : New York. Mr. Lawtey will spend the rest match games this season. We have some ii' i/';).o ;;j 'eafiLJi5s Freidenberg, Victor Freidenberg, H Freiden-
:.- ::t= ;: q Sii' Regular communications of
; > Geo R F P Amelia
berg, Reynolds, Fleming wife LoJ
: 'rf ,.# "' of the at the North. material in the clubs in this city but = Am e"e
t 'f.' summer good O:! 00 yGK No. 47 F. & A. M. for the
three children and G H P 188.3
., nurse, Fleming, year :
So ::: 0 ::: ;IS ;:::
# :.. t;: .,'J f..';'. ...{" Mr. George R. Fairbanks is having Seventh unless they get into better training by close ..;, "-'" ::! smy g ; *... 'ee Tischler, Col J H McGinnis and wife, T T January 22. July 16. ,. .
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r\ : .' .a!. "i :!j street, south of Beech street, sawI'r practice they cannot hope to successfully tI) :: :: S 8 :: Stockton, Dr Baldwin and wife. D T Gerow February 19. August 13.

: + with other clubs. .,___ -: and family Gen W M Ledwith and family March 19. September 10.
: ,: dusted. This will make a great improvement compete o.: -o
; : J DCole, W H Babcock and family, L Ha'r- April 16. October 15.
;. I. :, i in the condition of that popular Below is the official score : I (0') (::';):.,:. 3_:; I dee and family E McGinnis, Jacksonville! ; May 21. November 12.

:: ':t < thoroughfare. -.- -.. '.. .. .. .. .. -.. .. C B Dibble, Rosewood, Fla ; C S Jones San June 18. December 10.

.': ',' .;f'\. : Services at the Presbyterian Church tomorrow RUBBERS.TB.. R. O. PO. E. tJ. o C1tJIA.y c G Mateo, Fla ; M J Crawford Atlanta, Ga ; S December 27.

t? :.. '." ).w Communion" of the Lord's .B. McLaurin.p.............. 63120R. c. :. :p r s owcnoc3 wUOp ) 1 a Whither.. New York ; J R Kemper, Balti- At 7:30: p. m. Visiting brethren fraternally
; J.f( )li : Supper Shields, 1st b.. 6 1 3 70 : more ; W F Jordan, F C &; W R R ; Frank invited to attend.

.( 'f at 11 a. m. Preaching at 8 p. m. After tomorrow Bundy, c. f.. 5 0 3 0 0 -C-yy n0--o.io::' _. 0... 1 nec ,. Clarkson, Louisville Ky; S L Hawthorn and J. E. WANDELL, W. M[,
t. '/ services will be held .-.. :: (;) -0 wife Hawthorn Fla A Shaw. St Paul, C. H. BERG Secretary.
;: y ; ; at night only, Griffin, 3d b. 4 0 3 4 2 G = OG..AM rD S' ea ;
== f0
S >. :. until further notice. Cole, c. 5 1 4 2 0 -:: a- 2 0:: 0-0 i -- o Minn ; W Wilson, Mrs W Wilson, Miss --
McGinnis 1. f.. 5 04 5 0 ,.., t1._ ; E :: v, Jennie Wilson, Miss Fannie Wilson, P W
; E. J. :
::: O Nassau Chapter No. 23 R. A. M. holds
:: The ,
steam-tug Mabey was in port this ....(';) -.. -.. 3ce:: b Wilson Fred Meyer, Tallahassee M H Sal- its
Wm. Caulk, r. f... 6 1 3 1' 1 : o : soS ; regular convocations on the
week, to take beams and timber for the tug Fillips, s. s...................... 5 3 3 2' 3 Soq::: ..... *? : r :. ('0 isbury, Chicago ; John Dozier and wife, lowing each regular communication Thursday of fol.

,t. Athlete to Jacksonville, which is on the ways R. :Murphy, 2d 5 1 3 4 3 :: .c*:: P 8-:: ::: r I ;: :: :: .0Z ::- Callahan; ; John Seeley Detroit ; C P Perry, lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Ame.

;' ", iol, ;r; i there, to have the damage repaired caused - :lj; :; odoTi- Arr dondo, Fla ; J T Higginbotham, J E Transient companions fraternally invitedto
< -i'-"f Total.47 10 27 27 9 (';) .(.D, (';) CD; -. tip -c..., p-; : Davis, Kings Ferry, Fla ; J E Dunn, wife, attend. W. F. SCOTT H. P.
by the recent explosion. Kro. +p i3
child and Fla C S Goncer
nurse Ocala. ,
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" = :: :: :a ('0 ; W. A. JONES
: ,i' ; tss: The Strathmore, under the management MIRRORS. .[?1 32 awaH: :! ., Hpcccgoc:: r'<'r:;:: S San'Mateo : Mrs Albe, Lake City ; Thos H Secretary.

I TB. R. O. PO. E. dGG.. 2; :a .c....' Morrison, R A Jones, F A Fleming Hiber- -
. : of Captain Clay and his genial wife, has _.. .-.... ::3.... NJ ;::s
.l Nix, p. 5 1 4 1 0 :V r:: .. W: ,.. r r/ nia. FlaIr; : and Mrs Buckelow, Mrs C F Knights of Honor.

;, made hosts of friends this summer. The Heidt, r. f.. 4 0 2 1 0 CDM" :. cr..i S:> :. ... =::: Robinson, Ocala, Fla ; Mrs E C Anthony, Weeapopka Lodge No. 2535 K. of
:.': '( "! accommodations of the hotel have been Hernandez, 2d b........*..... 4 1 2 7 4 t O* :: :: : : : : :: ..spo \ I Indiana ; A Moseley, wife and two children, meets the first and third, Tuesday nights H.i in,

I. I taxed to its utmost capacity the past four i Mode, 1st b. 4 0 4 4 1 : : : : : : : i : Leon county. every month, at o'clock.:.
1\\ 4 0 3 4 2
1 Pap, t! s
.. ,, : weeks. G. x.l""Y., Dict.-ttur.
, Muller 3d b..4 0 4 8 0 The City Council. The Weather.
t. 1 No compromise has been effected yet between Waas, 1. f. 4 0 3 0 0 A regular meeting of the City Councilwas Through :Mr. C. W.Maxwell we have been Report IT.
: : the striking longshoremen and the Kelly, c. f.. 5 2 2'0, 0
,' held Wednesday evening, with the following -
Stark, c..... ,'4' 1 3r. 0" 2 furnished the monthly record of observations Legion of Honor.
; : steamship company. Enough non-union aldermen present: Hoyt, Avery, taken at Fernandina Station
- during
Ponce de Leon Council No.
; A. L. of
,,:. hands were obtained this week, and the Total........................38 5 27 27 9 Williams, //King! ,g, McDonald and Acting the'month of July, 1883 : H., meets the second and fourth Friday

; steamship State of Texas went to sea on INNINGS. Mayor Suhrer. nights in every month at 8 o'clock.

Thursday evening. Rubbers...... 21001050 1-10 Alderman Hoyt was chosen presidentpro D't e. ,Jlax'i he 3lin. Rainfall THEO. STARBUCK Commander.

s c ; I The steamship State of Texas sailed at 7 Mirrors..... 1-00101020- 5 tern. W. J. WOODWARD, Secretary.

. .t' p. m., August 2d, with thirty passengers Gambrill, the catch of the Mirror had his The following bills were ordered paid : July 1 .................. 90 I. 74 ............ -

i' ., : and the following freight : 320 barrels right hand injured early in the game, and Pay roll police for July.................$150 50 ". 2 .................. 88 75 ............
I U; 3 .................. 85 73 ............
rosin, 120 barrels spirits 110 90 his was taken by Stark the catch of W. F. Wood Jr., salary for June and
place ,,
I empty kegs, ""
................. .
o? 'sea .. .. .... .... : 4 80 .3 .........
: July........... .......... .... .. 83 32
i boxes harness i the Fernandinas.Some "'
dressing, 80,000 feet lumber, 1 5 .................. 87 74 ............
John Alberts, work......... 6 00
'f i t 4 : ;r 188 packages merchandise. very good fielding was done by both F. W. Hoyt, telegrams scavenger, etc.,............ 1 65 U:' 6 .................. 87 74 ............

!I' \ '' ,' Divers have been at work this week at the clubs. Mr. B. F. Crandall scored for the F. W. Hoyt furniture for room......... 35 50 "i 7 ......... ......... 88 75 ............
1 '$ '\ 8 .................. 90 76 ............
: i old wreck of the L. Baltzell F. W. Hoyt, street lamp supplies...... 14 77
; steamship City of Atqtin, Rubbers, and G. for the Mirrors. "; STRONGFACTS
r 9 .................. 93 75 ..... ......
: F. W. rubber ............. 25
t: 1 to raise the boilers and machinery. But as The game was umpired by Mr. J. W. Syl- Hoyt,. stamps. 7 ,,: 10.................. 93 70 ..... .
B. F. Rich salary inspector
\' ,., t, 1 they have been submerged for nearly two vester, who gave general satisfaction.THIS ..,.............as....quarantine.....................-. 58 00 u" 11.................. 92 75 .48.
; 12.................. 88 70 .19
;. 'j", ; it is doubtful whether will be oft WEEK'S J. W. Flynn salary quarantine inspector : !
years PROGRAMME. as
.J they "i .................. 94 ... ..
13. .... ..
'. c. ......................................... 36 00 77 .
use if they are recovered. The McCullough Base-Ball Club of Brunswick /
any : 14.................. 93 78 ............
x : 'J. .L The Western will arrive here J. F. Rich, salary as quarantine in- u: 15.................. 94 ............
. ; steamship Texas, which has Ga., Wednesday withan .. 79
spector.................................... 24 00 ,1.
i :, i been running under a three month's char- excursion party. They will play the B. Ruffin inSpector 16.................. 92 78 ............ A people are asking
salary as quarantine great
' 17.................. 97 79 ............ many
t i t.; ter to South American ports, will take the Fernandinas in the afternoon. An interesting I ......................................... 12 00 "' 18.................. 95 73 .06 what particular troubles BROWN'S
V .
: G. F. work........,.... 62 80
: i i +:.t' place of the State of Texas on the Mallory game may be looked for. I Avery Teams sanitary for officerson "': 19..................91 74 ............ IR6N BITTERS is good for.

: 'r : Florida Line again, leaving New York next The Brenuans, the crack club of New Or- city business 22 00 20.................. 94 69 .18

f r I quarantine II: 21.................. 86 75 ............ It will cure Heart Disease, Paral-
I Friday. The State Texas will leans who making tour of the '
of the are a grand
i ( I go on The following resolution, offered by Al- 'I. 22.................. 85 75 ............
.. I Texas line.Among South, and who will play in Savannah and derman King, was adopted : 'v 23................... 88 75 ............ ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con-

t;" "; < t i the prominent arrivals at the Jacksonville, are expected to come over here Resolved, That an appropriation of $50 be, ,If t::: .n.: 99 76 ............ sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,

;1\\ Mansion House we note : J. 0. Clark, Sa about the 17th. and the same is hereby made, for sanitary : : t..1. 95 71 .87 Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.Its .
> ".: .................. 89 75 ............
, :; vannah ; W. M. Ruser, Memphis ; E. C. F. purposes. 88 70 2.18

.'. ., .} ';+ 4 Sanchez, Gainesville; I. S. O'Neil, New The Fernandina and Jacksonville Upon motion, the Mayor was authorizedto "&: 27..1.................. 85 71 .30 wonderful curative power is I

(t, '1 13 Hope ; J. D. Milnor, Charleston ; Professor Railroad.SOME telegraph Tax Collector Meddaugh, whois "' 29..1 88 75 ............ simply because it purifies and en-

:; : u 91 75 ............
''' '. \ .4 c R. G. Gilson Brunswick at the North, in regard to a deputy, at thecollector's riches the blood, thus beginning at
; W. W. Moore STREET RUMORS, POSSIBILITIER, PROBABILITIES 31.................. 92 78 ............
f'\!y';': .t, and son, Starke ; John Dozier and wife, Callahan SPECULATIONS, ETC. expense. .-. the foundation, and by building up

:1';;ry! e ; S. Bertschner, Savannah ; H. Stevenson The Transit & Peninsular system having The President announced the following Jle 'm. ................... 8925-31 7423.31 the system, drives out all disease.A .

(t. :: :k Philadelphia; Mrs. A. E. Pomeroy, purchased the Fernandina & Jacksonville Committee on City Property : Aldermen Total rainfall 4.26.

; ; ,t t New York ; B. C. Willard, Manager Indian Railroad, the road, rolling stock, etc., was, Kelly, Kin ;.and Robinson.The Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
to have been turned to the
or was over of for
matter, furnishing pound dogs Range of ThermometerFOB
Rockledge\ : Transit Company yesterday.It Baltimore, Md., May 7, 1880.
\ i ; I ; has for some time past been said that was referred..tp the Committee City Prop- THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, My health was much shattered by

; '. the company contemplated running a erty. HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. Rheumatism when I commenced
Brown's Iron Bitters and I
t \1 The Mirror branch track from a point on the mainline taking
Exposition Edition. had strength enough to attend
., 'I t Week after next a large edition of some of the Fernandina &Jacksonville road, near Excursion. Rates to Louisville. I = I I = = "gJ to my daily household duties
the city, through LaVilla to the Florida ci. ci.r I am now using the third bottle and I
: 1 I: 5,000 to 6,000 copies of the Mirror will bet Central & Western track, and engineers are Mr. A. 0. MacDonell, general passenger J ,. e9 0 r am regaining strength daily and I

'i issued, principally for distribution at the now making preliminary surveys for the and ticket agent of the Florida Transit & cheerfully recommend it to all.
Saturday..July28 78 87 86 85 \V. I cannot say too much in praise
: ;J I North and West and at the Louisville Expo purpose of determing what particular routeto i Peninsular Railroad, has placed excursion Sunday ..............29 80 88 86 84 S\V. of it. Mrs. MARY E. BRASHKAR,

: ; J + sition. The issue will contain a carefully make take their across probable the city route; but known they will for fear not I tickets to Louisville, over eight different Monday ............30 79 91 92 89 W. 173 Prestmanst.
I '<,, : compiled and above all, a perfectly reliable perhaps, that property through which the routes, on sale at all the principal stationson Tuesday.31 79 78 89 93 90 87 1831 W.SW.WednesdayAug.1 Kidney Disease Cured.Christiansburg.

: of the soil track will run will sudddenly double in his road. The tickets are good until No- Va., i8Si.
\ ; description production, capabil- up
., Thursday .......... 2 78 86 90 86 S\V. from disease,
;?.'.'. :1' i ities, means of access and transportation, etc., value.The proposed connection of the two roadsis vember 15, and limited to going and return- Friday.. .............. 3 80 90 92 86 I W. from Suffering which I could kidney get no relief, I

; of the country lying adjacent to the lines of for the purpose of consolidating the pass- ing passage twenty days. The followingare cured tried Brown's completely.Iron Bitters A child, which of
;; ;!, the Florida Transit & Peninsular andV enger business of the Florida Central & the rates for the round-trip tickets, being : MABINE. mine, recovering from scarlet fever,

!. <, i Florida Tropical Railroads, together withy Western, Fernandina & Jacksonville and those usually charged for one fare only : had no appetite and did not seem to
Transit roads as well as to transact the local Port of Fernandina. be able to eat at all. I gave him Iron
valuable hints Fernandina to Louisville and return.$25 85 .
to results.J.
intending settlers. For Bitters with the happiest
freight business of the above lines more satisfactorily HIGH WATER.
;; Jacksonville .. 25 85 KYLB MONTAGVLHeart
Sl' this purpose, a special representative of the while the present wharf and Callahan .. 25 85 Saturday, Aug. 4...... 8:53 A.M. 9:11: P. M.

.,;:., Mirror, of undoubted veracity and familiar warehouse, near Clark's mill, is to be kept Lawtey ll .. 27 80 Sunday, 5...... 9:32": 9:49" Disease.

; with the subject, has been traveling through open for the through river business.It Starke ". .. 28 15 Monday, 6.1010 10:26: Vine Harrisburg, Pa.
: the country mentioned for over month is also whispered that at no very distant \ValdoI .. 28 70 Tuesday, 7.1049 11:04: Dec. a, 1881.
a day, the through trains; from Fernan Gainesville .. 29 40 Wednesday, 8......11:29: 11:37 After trying different physiciansand
., : gathering statistics and information from dina to Cedar Key will be run through this remedies for palpitation
Igo I Arredondo' .. 29 70' Thursday, 9...... 0:00": 0:12" many
:Lt personal investigation and observation, thus city. By coming in over the Fernandina & Archer ..30 15 Friday, 10...... 0:33" 1:01": benefit of the heart I was without advised to receiving try Brown any s

hl: 'I making it one of the most valuable papers Jacksonville road to this city and from Bronson .. 30 60 Bitters. I have used two botIron -
a f hereto Baldwin over the Florida Central & Cedar Key .. 32 25 ENTERED. tles and never found anything that
: '
.: ever prepared for reliable information in regard Western road, the distance between Fernan- much relict
Hawthorne .. 29 40 July 28-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah gave me so
:'f}! :' to the resources of the State. dina and Baldwin would only be increasedsix Lochloosa .. 29 80 with freight and pas- Mrs.JKNJOX. Hxss.
We call the attention of miles, and in case the track should be to C. A.
r, t our readers to the Orange Lake .. 30 10 sengers, Haley.
:. : peculiar; advantages offered for advertising. removed from Lawtey or some other point Anthony. .. 30 60 22-Sch. Roger Drury, Smith, Bangor, For the peculiar troubles to which
J i near Trail Ridge direct to this city, the dis- with shooks brick ladies BROWN'S IRON
Silver Springs .. 31 00 hay, etc., to are subject,
it .- Seasonable Advice to Bathers. tance would between be Fernandina much and Cedar Key Ocala ..3125 ;, Crossley & Graven San Mateo. BITTERS is invaluable. Try it.
t very As there Lake Wier .. 32 00 31-8. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald Savannah -I
tl. The Royal Humane Society, in its recent are no very important stations between Wildwood .. 33 00 ; ; with freight and pas-
'i.h", ly issued report, gives the following useful Fernandina and Lawtey, except Callahan, : sengers to C. A. Haley. Be sure and get the Genuine.

'f'l i: acvice to swimmers and bathers : "Avoid this change could easily be made, and at Thomas Dixon. Aug: 1-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542
\1t. bathing within two hours after a meal. but a comparatively small expense to the ; tons. New York freight and
1-a:.11+ Avoid bathing when exhausted by fatigue, railroad company, while it would very much Among the killed by the terrible railroad ; passengers, to R.W.; Southwick,

r ; n i or from any other cause. Avoid bathing reduce the running expense by taking off accident at Carlyon, New York, was Thomas agent.
I :{ 1,1 when the body is cooling after perspiration. the trains between here and Fernandinaand ': 2 S. P. St. Nicholas Sa-
'i Dixon, of Cleveland, Ohio. An Englishman : Fitzgerald,
Avoid bathing altogether in the open air if. allowing the through trains to performthe vannah with freight and -
r'. i after having been a short time in the water; service as well as shortening the distance. by birth, he left his country in early ::;: sengers,,to C. A. Haley, agent.pas-

.: 'J it causes a sense of chilliness with numb .-Times-Union. youth and came to this, settling in Cleve- : CLEARED.

'. ,, ness of the hands and feet. Bathe when land. He grew up with that thriving city, July,29-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald Sa- -
the body is warm, provided no time is lost List of Letters
: vannah with freight and
and was thoroughly identified with her interests ; ; .. pas-
in getting into the water. Avoid chilling Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina. sengers, by C. A. Haley. J. H. PRESCOTT,
the body by.sitting or standing undressed on and progress. Aug.. 1-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa
the banks or in boats after having been in Nassau county, Florida, Aug.20, 1883. Endowed with a clear intellect, fine'judgment vannah ; with freight and pas- DEALER IX

the water. Avoid remaining too long in Persons calling for these letters must say and patient perseverance he accumu- : sengers, by C. A. Haley.

the water-leave the water immediately advertised: -S. S. State of Texas Risk MEN'S LADIES'.
there is the lated a handsome fortune, and in his mature "J 1,542 BOYS' AiD YOUTH'S,
slightest feeling of chilliness.The .
tons New York and
Allen, Joseph Johnson, Rosie : ; freight
vigorous and strong may bathe early age was enjoying the fruit of his toil, :MISSES AND CHILDREN'S.
Alleson, Rev. J. S. McCue, C. A. I passengers,by Southwick,
in the morning on an empty stomach. The Butler, Lewis Mongen, Fred. when his life was suddenly and fearfully i agent.

young and those who are weak had better Hosendorf, Lavinia Peterson, Abner ended. :? 3-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah I
bathe two or three hours after a meal the FINE SHOESAND
; Jones Wm. M. Williams Samuel ; with freight and
The of wealth and
best time for such is from two to three hours successful pursuit i
after breakfast. Those who are subject to SAM'I T. RIDDELL P. M. often times rude intercourse with active :i' sengers IN by PORT.C. A. Haley.

attacks of giddiness or faintness, and those business life, had not hardened his warm Brig Mary E. Powell, :Mitchell. .
For Rent.
who suffer from palpitation and other sense Goods
Sch. Tom Williams, Wheaton. Gentlemen's Furnishing ,
of discomfort at the heart, should not A very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof heart. He was always generous and tender, Sch. Ruth T. Carlisle McBride.

bathe without first consulting their medical JOHN HEDGES, loving the beautiful in nature and litera- ) Sch. Caleb Redway, Townsend.

adviser.-Chambers Journal. January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla. ture. His great fondness for flowers, and Scti.Roger Drury, Smith. FERNANDINA, FLA.



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