Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00180
 Material Information
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 11, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00180
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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STATE NEWS. convinced for the rails are here and the NEWS NOTES. where they are boiled two hours, thus completing Fernandina's Beach .

cars have come. "Seeing is believing.- j the cooking process, and dissolvingthe

Atac1t.ua. Tampa Tribune. HOME., bones of the fish. One of the establish- Beside the beach I stand to-night I

During the fiscal year ending June 30th, THE FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY.Sevenmiles The Mitchell House, at Thomasville. Ga., ments in Lubec prepares about 4,000 boxes Alone, amid the ceaseless roar r

there were$366,107.68 received a the U. S. of track have been laid south of Ocala was totally destroyed by fire.last week. The daily, and there are nineteen such places in And watch the waves beat on the shore,

Land Office in this city. The number of and twelve miles of grading completed. loss. is $125,000, partiallY' covered by insur- Eastport, besides many others at seaport harmed by the grandeur of the sight.: E .

homestead entries were 1,655, embracing tons. The actual box I
There are two hundred hands at work grad- ance. per includingall II I No vessels dot the boundless waveMan's -
212895.66 acres. Number of final proofs, has broken expenses, is said to be five cents. I >
ing, and one hundred engaged in cutting A strange malady ? out in Car- labor does not mar her crest-

813; number of cash entries, 2,181. em- cross-ties, while sixty are laying track and mel, N. Y., the symptoms of which closely FOREIGN.In Nor rides, upon her liquid breast,

I bracing 215747.63 acres ; area of preemptions finishing. The company is making strenu- resemble cholera. Fifteen or twenty residents the captain's cabin of the Prince, sunkin One thing for him to slayorsave.And .

! perfected, 6,099.14; area of homesteads ous efforts to increase its working force, in are now suffering from the disease. Balaklava: harbor, during the Crimeanwar a
, commuted, 5362782. Not a bad showing I, who loved her from a child '
" order to be in Leesburg about the 1st of No- The Telegraphers' Brotherhood this week is $300,000, and hopes of recovering it ..
for Florida's boom.-Qaincsvittc Bee. Stand here and let her lave feet : S
vember next. The road, as definitely located ordered a general strike of the railroad operators are entertain .d. A good deal of propertyhas my ; 0

r Escambla.PESSACOLA'S at present, after strikiug Lake Weiron on Tuesday last;, but so far, they been raided: from other wrecks in the And as the waves charge and retreat ;I +

If k LUMBEB TRADE.-The demand the east side, continues in a south rly di- have not succeeded in this z except in a few harbor: I.caper like some truant wild. .:./ ... "r,

for tonnage for Europe continues rection, passing on the west side of Lady instances. t A company'has purchased the steamshipGreat No city dame with mocking eyes i

: strong, and for handy vessels in good posi Lake, running through the west half of section The gross earnings of the New York Cen- Eastern'for the coal trade between the Stand by to mark my childish sport, :..".:

; tion JO: lOs and 6 15s and 42s, 6d and 43s. in 19 24, passing a .' ,
i' t township range tral Railroad, for the year: ending June 30, Firth of Forth and the Thames. Twenty Nor stately lady of the court Kfl ,
is readily obtainable, and for steamers 42s ]little of Lake, and thence continuing .
west Zephyr Awards
to me the jester's prize. .
.1 1883 thousand .
as reported to the State Controller, tons of coal can be stowed awayin : :
: Cd net ton register, free of stevedore'scharges. j in southerly direction through
per a
! were $28,929,444.72.. On" this amount the her in sacks. The use to which she has I[ am no laureate to the .
There is not much activity in Fruitland Park, the property of the Messrs. crown _. A'!,:
State levies a tax: of$144,647.22.The come may not be without pathos to those To come and at other's call ;
freights, coastwise and Cuba, but owing to Rooks, on through the property of Arthur go ,
Vermont National Bank of St. Al- who recall the dreams of her designers, but But sing a simple lay to all, .';
for such bus- from the
the scarcity of vessels offering Fox, Esq., and entering Leesburg
bans closed its doors It it may be a compensating remembrancethat And in their win
on, Monday. presi- praise my renown.
iness, the demand is somewhat stronger at west until it reaches the ground donated to t
dent is of the Southeastern so notable an historic memorial as Cap-
$8.50 for north of Hatteras, and$10 for N. the company for depot purposes. All the owner Railway No one of all the world intrudes .
of Canda, and the bank had discounted the tain Cook's Resolution was also employed in
S. Cuba, with option Havana at $11 and $12. iron and fastenings necessary to completethe the coal traffic.At To stop my gambols by the sea, '
of the railroad large amount.
For River Platte and Rio several vessels track from Ocala to Leesburg are now paper a Or share the matchless minstrelsy -.

could be placed at $20.-Our port is per- being transported from Palatka,and the engineer The Kentucky State election, which was Rio de Janeiro the Custom-House officials I Pervading all these solitudes. ';

fectly healthy, no sickness in harbor or corps, now camped within sight of held last Monday, resulted in the defeat of have seized and confiscated as dyna- i

quarantine. This should encourage ship- I Leesburg, will shortly leave for East Lake the Republicans, as was'expected.. The mite a large shipment of petrolatum, or petroleum And so I sing aloud in praise w, '

owners having vessels at healthy ports to Weir from which point Major Couper intends Democratic majority is estimated between jelly recently consigned to the Although no eulogy can reach ; .
agent of the Pennsylvania Oil Company at The mighty grandeur that this beach fr.
send their vessels here since they can now taking a series of levels between the 40,000 and 50,000. The Legislature is overwhelmingly :i
that place. The agent was compelled to Resounds to thro' eternal days. ,:: '
l Democratic.
feel assured of finding this port healthy.- lake and the Ocklawaha river.Leesburg
1 pay a heavy fine, although he protested that 0. H. FISH.. ;;
For the month of July there were 44 entrances News. San Francisco expects :Jopanz.Flood:! to
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the Fernandina Fla.
goods were not explosive. He appealedto July f7, 1883.
aggregating a tonnage of 29,544.The build a house on Nob Hill, next year, that
SUMMER LIFE IN FLORIDA. the Custom House and
inspector, offeredto
clearances were : For Great Britain', 19; will cost $5,000,000, and surpass Vanderbilt's
prove that the article was purely a medic- CONSUL BAKER, of Buenos Ayres, says the ti. y'
Holland, 4 ; Italy, 1 ; Germany, 2 ; France, HOW A NORTHERN VISITOR MAKES RECORD OF in interior decoration.; It is thought that Journal the '
inal preparation, but the inspector declinedto of Society of Arts is very much
4; Cuba, 1; Brazil, 2; Uruguay, 1 ; Mexico, HER FIRST IMPRESSIONS. the pictures that Mr. Mackey is buying in in favor of
i return the goods. The agent has been instructed introducing the eucalyptus into. :1l
1 ; Cape Colony, 1 ; Coastwise, 6 ; total 42, FERNANDINA, July 20, 1883. Europe are<<: intended for),its walls. to appeal to the Emperor for re Europe and the United States. It emits an tJ.

aggregating a tonnage of 27,674. Shipments First impressions are said to be lasting. Slade, the Maori, brought to this countryby dress. odor healthful and agreeable to human
were 108,329 cubic feet of hewn tim- Mine, of Florida, were received at Callahan, !
Jem Mace to fight Sullivan, Boston's beings, but which repels insects. Locusts
miles from here, where I obligedto
ber, 725,724 cubic feet of sawn timber, and thirty The organization of the Chinese has
army will not attack it in +
knocked in even the Argentine
I wait two days. The hotel was a rough champion slugger, was out the eel
4.235,000 feet of lumber. Twenty-three ves- board shanty, with the variable porch and third round in the glove contest at Madison undergone radical changes during ten years. Republic, where they do every other tree ;

sels were in port loading, five in quarantine chimney on the outside of the house, run- Garden New York The old army: of eight banners!'' has almost grown. In some way it acts against mala-
Square on Monday ria. Good
The hostess bare- results have followed the planting .
to the
and eight bound for Pensacola.-Advance- ning ground. was
footed and smoking a corn-cob pipe, and evening. So far, no man has yet been found entirely disappeared. Ki Kung of this tree in the Pontine marshes to ,i'
Gazette. Leon. the table and surroundings correspondedwith able to stand up before Sullivan. Tchang, Governor of Tchili, organized an the people of Rome, and its further cultivation i "'

this gruff-voiced, coarse creature, who army of 70.000! men, whom he equippedwith will probably be carried on with seal.
Thirty years ago the tobacco crop was considered also possessed the accomplishment of" dip- Springfield, Mass., has shipped $5,000,000 breech loaders and field and Tso : The rapidity.of its growth is startling. In ..,

quite an important one in some por- ping snuff.;" Where in the North could be worth of war material to' China within the guns ; Hyeres, seeds planted in 1857 producedtrees
I found such accommodations for travelers Toung Fang, Governor of Kansu, similarly which in 1865 reached the height of 58 ?
tions of this and Gadsden county. In some past eighteen months. Two hundred and
a breakfast of hog and hominy and black armed 40000.. : This led to a general refor- feet. In Australia, its native country, trees "
instances the planter had derived as forty thousand Springfield rifles and 25,000- 50 years old reach a height of from 225 to
coffee and poor hot biscuit, the same. for mation of troops throughout the empire. i
'\! much as five hundred dollars a year to dinner, and repeated for supper, day after 000 cartridges were forwgpded to Shanghai. There nowthree: well-disciplined armies, 280 feet and a circumference of from.50 to 4 l
the hand. The tobacco: was in great demand day. during that'" ,""beside "from{ 5,000 t'O'I ; 60 feet, producing colossal boards or slabs .
I reached here June 11th. I can think of of 60,000 men-each, one in the vicinity of 160 feet long and 12 feet wide. '
t for cigar wrappers, and ranked next to Ha- I 8,000 bales of cotton duck, suitable for
only three days since then that have been Pekin, one on the RussoMantchoorianfrontier 1
vana in price. Recently more attention has comfortable. There are times through the tents. I and the third on the western high- M. FAYE, in a paper read before the Azvt d-

been given to this industry than of late day or night that we have a breeze: and The Post-Office Department is well alongin lands leading to Turkestan. Besides these emy of Sciences, Paris, on July 2, regarding
and the area planted in tobacco is were it as reliable as the merciless sun one the tornadoes which swept over Kansas on r
years its preparation for the in the
could be comfortable, but when the breezeis change rate there is a fourth army of 150,000 distributedin May 30,1879, maintains that these meteoro-
increasing every season. It is found that absent and mercury up to 96,you gasp for of postage for ordinary sealed letters, whichis the principal ports along the sea coast. logical phenomena, like other storms and

with good Cuban seed and a particular kind breath and look in vain for a cool spot. I to take effect on the 1st of October. The They have about 200 Krupp siege and naval hurricanes, are due to whirlwinds descend-

of soil, tobacco can be raised equal to the think it would require more pluck for the printing of the new stamps is to begin.short ing with vertical axes, and originating not S''
while in several
far-famed Havana. A gentleman of average Northern man to endure this heat guns, important places in the lower atmospheric strata but in the
expe- week after week and the bites of insects, ly. These are two in number, the two-cent powder mills and shell factories have been upper currents, whose directions may be

rience in its culture has recently informedme than to face the snow banks there, were stamp bearing the head of Washington and erected.An quite different from the light winds which *

that there are lands near Tallahassee there ten months winterthere. I think two I a four-cent stamp with the rugged phiz of prevailed near the surface of the earth and

worth hundreds of dollars per acre for this months discomfort in summer here equal to Andrew Jackson. The old twos and threes uprising occurred at Bajadoz, a pro- quite independent of them.

purpose, to one who is familiar with the the cold endured there. Think what an uncomfortable will therefore vince of Spain on the Portugal frontier, be-
table you would have there if disappear, but the higher denominations -
proper culture of this plant. Parties in there were no cellars, no wells of cold water, are to be retained without tween the Spanish; troops, last week. The BLASTING PAPER has been made by J. Pet-
of Vienna. It consists of unsized or'i'i
Hernando county have tried it with success, and no means of correcting this inconve- for the garrison disarmed the gendarmerie and the ry or : ;
change present. The principal reason dinary blotting paper coated with a hot '
and there is no reason why it should not nience. The water is as warm here when for .. customs guard and occupied the railway sta mixture of 17 parts yellow prussiate of '
drawn as it would be there exposed to the holding on to the six-cent stamp is pot-
prove equally as profitable here as in Middle sun all day. Butter could be poured from a said to be the purely sentimental one thatit tion. The disaffected troops also closed the I ash, 17 of charcoal, 35 of refined saltpetre, "

Florida, where, in some portions, it was bottle, and not a place to buy where it is bears the face of the revered Lincoln, but gates of the fortress. A ministerial order 70 and of 1,500 potassium of water.chlorate When,10 of it wheat is dried starch it is, "s

formerly so extensively and profitably kept on ice. It is simply oil, and one must has been gazetted, proclaiming a state of
for it is likely to be about as useful as it has cut into strips which are rolled into cert-
raised. The time is rapidly approachingwhen pay 40 cents per pound this luxury. Be- siege in Estremadura and appointing Gen- ridges. ,; '
sides the mosquitoes, fleas and sand-flies, ever i,
Florida cigars will be equal to the etc., there are minute red ants that infest eral Blanco commander of the forces in that I. a

choicest Havanas.-The long dry season every room in the house, and any time of The old ship New Orleans is soon to be province. Eleven hundred persons partici- Arrivals at the Mansion House.

being over, we are visited with copious ; night I can feel them stiJl so gently o'er sold by auction. The house which was pated in the proclamation of the Republicat Jas 0 Bessent wifeand Jacksonville ; t
W B Gottliel W
Then it is not Spencer, Savann
me stealing.
showers nearly every day, which, besides I occurrence to find one or more an unfrequent roaches as built over it at Sackett's Harbor, at the Bajados, four hundred civilians having Judge Wheaton Deans Jacksonville; Warren -;

cooling the air. put our planters in good I large as my little finger(which may be rather close of the war of 1812, was blown down joined the soldiery. It is believed that the Mason Michigan ; Capt J Richardson, "

humor. More than enough corn has been indefinite) perched on the canopy over three years ago. Since then the vessel has insurgents seized several thousands muskets Georgia ; Robt Gamble, Tallahassee ; John<

the bed, mainly seeking whom they been the of storms. it Chipman, Wildwood, Fla ; E H Wooster,
made to supply our wants, and Middle Flor- may sport To-day standsa which had been deposited in the fortress.
Fla N C
Pettit. Jno Jno
devour. One attempts to despatch them, ; Hopkins,
ida, during the present year, will be ex- but long before the weapon descends the sad, weather-beaten object, awaiting its The customs guard refused to join the move Bailey, J E Love. W F Coachman, Miss

porting instead importing corn, as in for- roach is gone, for they are quicker than final destruction at the fall of the auction- ; ment. The insurgents carried off 300,000 Phillips, S D Reid, D A Wedmore, L .

mer years. Nor will there be as much bacon lightning." Recently I invited company to eer's hammer. Many of its timbers have I pesetas from the treasury when they retiredto Payne J A Campbell, John E Moore, Flori- $R ;
tea. I prepared table and left it to sit da ; R W H Bradley, New Haven, Conn ; C i'
my walked off in the of
heretofore shape canes. ship the frontier. Au official from
imported after this dispatch
as year. on the porch till my guests came. What G Stark, Thomasville ; W J Smith, B K 5
Many are raising the Berkshire, Poland and was: my disgust to find when we went to was built in sixty days from the time Madrid says : The revolt has entirely end- Houston, R S Mclver, E D Wolfe, E L d

other improved breeds of hogs, and find the table, that the ants had taken possessionof the timber stood in the forests, and ed. The insurgents have either been arrested Bronder, F B Clements, R H Anderson, S C .
every dish. Not long since a rattlesnake would have been launched in Littlefield, Jr, W Mclver: J T Wilson, J
that it is economy in the end. The consequence thirty more I in Spain or have fled into Portugal. R Goodnow Brunswick Base-Ball Club k
rattles T
having seventeen was killed in a ;
will be that more than ever farmers den one and a half miles from this city.gar-Occasionally had not peace been declared. All the rig- The troops sent to suppress the revolt have O'Connor, Jr, Moses Hirsch, H Dart John w 4

will raise enough meats for their wants and some one is bitten and dies; it is ging was conveyed at great expense and been ordered to return to Madrid. The Banngartner. J J Lissner John Sparks, Ed

have a surplus for sale. The cotton is only a darkey," and the matter is not under difficulties from New York. There whole Peninsula is tranquil." Braggin, wife and child, W A Hackett, T
crop given a second thought.I W Flanders, J S Burns, D C Baunogartner, ?t,
reported to be promising, and if there should can imagine how enthusiastic a North- were no railroads, and Government road Frank Bokin H C Taylor,Jas E Lambri t. a

not be too much rain, the yield will be very erner might be to come here in winter for a that ran out of and into Sackett's Harborwas On a Mexican Mustang." E L Greer. W J Adams, E 0 Futch, BII

good. Though much attention has been few weeks and see the orange trees in their a very rude affair. The anchor chain of The above is the suggestive title of a new Cranley, Ellis Hunter, Capt Roberts, wife ,

paid to truck farming the glory of blossoms, green and ripe fruit, butI the New Orleans, weighing from 6,000 to book written by Alex. E. Sweet and J. and children, Mrs Fraizer and children P ,
important fleecy Knox the humorous editors of the Krauss A S'B '
am told by many here that they have Armory Campbell, H Bryant, W
staple holds its own very well, the acreage spells of very cold weather, so that ice formsin 8,000 pounds, was carried from Utica on the Texas Siftings now the most widely quoted Wiggins, Jas Flanders, T C Stacy, Jno Wig .

being about the same as in previous years. the houses. I frequently see a spider on shoulders of 300 men, who traced their way journal in the United States. The book is gins, Mrs J S Wiggins, Mrs M J Bandy Miss r

The caterpillar, so much dreaded the the wall that would cover a space four by means of blazed trees. The New Orleans a large 700 page volume, illustrated with Hattie Pyles, Miss Ida )Moore Miss Sarah
by inches Recently our thermometer nearly 300 original illustrations. This bookis Carggle, Miss Clare Wiggins, Miss Lillie 1
square. was built countermatch Lake On-
as a on
planter, has not yet made its appearance to indicated 102 in our sitting room, being a not a collection of witticisms without Littlefield, Mrs L S Mclver, J W Austin, J ;
any great exten Tallahassee Correspondence Northern one, might be easily affected. The tario for the British ship St. Lawrence. connection, but is a continuous narrative A Hanner, W R Young, Brunswick ; W B

Savannah News. same day one was placed among the lumberat descriptive of the peculiarities, characteristics Denham. Florida. T J Barnes, Ocala ; W L '
the wharf, and mercury went up to 131. Nearly all of the fish eaten in America and atrocities of some of the quaintest Davids, New York ; G F Broadhurst, Atten- r '

RAILROAD NOTES. Imagine the pleasure of a walk in this sardines come from Maine. They are small people in some of the queerest corners in ta ; C Smith, Boston. t

sun, through the hot sand, so deep that herring. Sometimes only -n bushel or two the United States. Although brimmingover

The three-masted schooner H. S. Marlor while you are drawing one foot out, the are taken at a time, and at others so manyas with humor and sparkling with wit, it List of Letters s
and the other is buried. I have tried to is more than a volume of wit and humor.It .
brigantine Annie A. Storer sailed becoming in .
to endanger the net. The degree of dex- contains a vast quantity of valuable information Remaining Post-Office at Ferna di- +
wheel this but had
a baby carriage through
into port last Saturday, and the three-mast to "back out" literally. Walk whereveryou terity with which they are cleaned is aston- regarding Texas and Mexico, na, Nassau county Florida, Aug. 11, 1883.

ed schooner Sam McKinney on last Wednes will you must encounter this sand. ishing, especially as it is done by very young their resources and industries, the manners, Persons calling for these letters must say

day. These vessels bring, in the aggregate, The grocery stock here consists of canned children. After that they are placed on customs and habits of their people, etc. advertised:
The Merriam & Co.
publishers, Thayer, I C
1,055 tons of steel rails, 25 platform cars, goods, principally, and one is impressedwith large gridirons; and suspended over a hot 608 Arch street, Philadelphia, may well be I Austin, Lewis 2 McCIellan, D. W. i
the idea that it's blessed
creosoted bolts a good thing of the handsome in which i Arnolds, John E McWhorter, H. S. t
piling, spikes, fastenings, a for the shiftless South,that there is a thrifty, fire to broil. The boxes are prepared with proud manner
Anderson Josephine Morrow Julos '
have turned out the book. It will be ,
hoisting engine, a steam pile driver, hand productive North. I am told that there are attractive French labels indicating olive oil, sold they only by subscription. The publisherswant Burns, Oscar 2 Proctor, Rather

cars, etc., all for the Plant Investment Com- two crazy men here, who have been about but this is false, as the oil is cotton seed. agents in every township in the country Baly, GeorgeDawkins Porter, R. B. ;

pany, and to be placed on the South Florida safe the streets for months, who them are in really un- The packing is another operation at which to whom they are prepared to offer lib- E. S. Pashon, Francis I
yet no authority puts a
Railroad. The schooner Scotia, which sailedon place. When I discover the pleasures proper of little people are expert. A fish is seized in aral inducements. They will send circulars, Douglas John George Herlbut, Robert i
the 13th ult., has not yet arrived. She life here in summer, I will be happy to tell each hand and laid lengthwise in the box, instructions and sample pages free on appli- Ferdel,, ElenJohnson Smith, Catherine, Andrew, I
tion letter outfit for
by .or complete can-
for benefit of
them the those for
has on board locomotives, passenger, baggage life in Florida. pining a first a head at the outer end and then a tail. vassers for $1. As all the world has laughedat Nora Wilkerson, Geo.

mail and smoking cars, box cars, platform A HOMESICK NORTHERNER. After the boxes are full a small quantity of the humorous writing of the editor of the Jinkens, Jim Wbaley John L. 21

cars, hand and push cars, besides more i oil is poured in, and then they are passed to Texas Siftings, almost every one who can Jones Jones, Thomas Henory Wildor Whitfield, E. M. ;
read will want a copy of their book. It will, Mary M.
steel rails and fastenings. The most skeptical Key West shipped last week over 600,000 : men who solder them tightly. They are I therefore be a bonanza to agents, who will Jackson, R. H. Wright, Dr. A. S.

as to our railroad prospects can now be cigars to New York. I next thrown into an immense cauldron, I make money rapidly by selling it. SAM'L T. RIDDELL. P. 31.i .



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'j t'1! :(, :.J t,\;,.,..: .. HONORING THE BRAVE. Crowns shall spring upward, untarnished \ And is the Jew only as he appears to his And among modern educators a Jew in \ have no voice in the government, whose
; :} and bright, enemies? It were as just to take a briefless charge of the greatest Turkish university is laws they were to obey. They have been
tf'K( I : """ Recited: by Miss Bassett at the Memorial Then the glad ear of each war-martyr's son barrister and call him lawyer. To take a foremost. And not only is it true that these socially ostracised unless they would give
',.:I ;,|: : J' 10:1':: Froudl-shall hear the good tidings "well man who never framed a law and call him great lights of latter days have been Jews, up their religion. They have been denied
.;'. -r services.. in honor of the Confederate soldiers done." statesman. Call him a scholar who has but it is also true that many others distin the rights of intelligent beings to think and

.:'; ;: !; '.* buried in the Tallahassee cemetery. Blessings for garlands shall cover them over, never learned to read, as to say that such is guished, though not so prominent in every speak their convictions. They have been
\',- <,\. Parent, husband, brother and lover; the Jew. You must look below the surfaceto calling in life, have had the blood of Israelin forced to live in garrets and cellars ; to
with beautiful flowers
I----:!: Cover them over brothers, God will reward these dead heroes of ours, find the true Jew. If you would know their veins. While, upon the commerceof leave their dead unburied. Oft have eagles
I'? .; ,,.::;,';. Deck them with garlands these .. And cover them over with beautiful flowers. him, go to those who have sat at the feet of the world the Jews, in proportion to shrieked the only dirges that were soundedover
q ,..'l. ours, some Gamaliel and received knowledge ; numbers, wield! an influence greater than their desolate graves, and wolves
t-.4 i : ::i.1t Lying so silent by night and by day, THE JEWS. those who are familiar with the splendid all others. Some of them in wealth rival howled their only requiem. Yet, in all
($: 1//. r: ; .:: ;'' Sfeeping the years of their manhood! away. theology and ethics of their religion, their the fabulous treasures of Croesus, and bring their distress, when darkness was their only

,".ji,, g,:J;, I.,I.:'., .)...::;.#.1. Years brave they had marked for the joys of the Israel What a wealth of memories roll past history, and who appreciate and glory to mind the splendid days of Florence, pavilion ; when ravens, those birds of
!a' I:: ':'; :r"//ft" :'" Years they, must waste in the moldering in upon the mind at mention of this his- in their lineage ; those who hold high com- when the magnificent Cosmo and Lorenzo gloom, were croaking their most dismal
JI i,,.,. ." 'w ;:!: toric name ; image piles itself upon image, munion with the learned Rabbis the sages deMedici were ruling there. And it is said notes; when owls of the night screamed
r 4.;''', :1.: ,' 1 4/t 1M;L;)" All S-ave; laurels they wanted to bloom, till a world of pictures fill the imagination, of their people ; those who have drank deep that in Europe the Rothschilds decide their doom ; when hope itself seemed gone--
i: y :x, Fell from their hopes when they fell to the and all the galleries of memory seem hung and often at the fount of knowledge as its whether there shall be war or peace. Thuswe gone forever, like a rushing wave, and its .
,I .' ', : ".,1',. tomb. with canvas glowing with the portrayal of redundant streams have poured from the see the Jews are still illustrious in com- last low notes wandered in broken accentson
oJ 'r '"'' ''" Give them the meed they have won to the the affairs of this people who have playedso Talmud ; those who know that the light of merce, letters, art and science, and have the air and died to an echo, Israel, con
ti: ; :, : ,
\.. ,' ;" '" prominent a part in the concerns of the Mendelssohn was, as it has been described : truly been a talented people. fident of future brightness has ever sung:
"I;I f"w:! C :'"t., : 't>;'''.;. Give past them, the honors their future forecast. earth. And as we brood upon them not Mild and warm in the synagogue, freeing Some historians of Jewish thought, nota- "If I forget thee, oh Jerusalem, may my
l Give' them the chaplets they won in the only does the stereopticon of history cause the truth from the frosts which ages had bly Rabbi Leucht, in a recent lecture, divideit right hand forget her cunning." With a
::/.4 : :.'- w': : strife brilliant scenes to pass before our mental iced around it, giving birth to a spring into three great eras, each marked by the past so glorious, weird and tragic, Israel ,
: i i f. .,0" ',' Give them the laurels they lost with their vision, but signs of symbols centuries old, where seeming life was extinct Go to vent of a Moses. First came that Egyptian must live and return to Zion.
} r "::: life.Cover and songs mellowed by a multitude of intervening such men, and it will be seen that the Jew Prince and Hebrew law-giver, Moses, of Sinai Prentice tells us that in the beautiful
t .... .1. ,. I them over, cover them over I years pass before us. is not as he is commonly represented, and who having led his people the forty drama of Eon, the hope of immortality so
+1 rr, '- 'f;' '".. : Parent, husband, yes brother and lover; Israel We speak the name and go backto that Shylock is not a representative Jew. long years of their wanderings, before he frequently uttered by the deathdevotedGreek
\t'\ ,' ..; Crown in your hearts these dead heroes of the twilight of history, when this nationwas The bad qualities, such as cupidity and left them forever, brought down from the finds deep response'in every thoughtful -
.1 I t' ours first taking its place among the peoples extreme clanishness, which are usually at- burning mountains the laws which have soul. When about to yield his existencea
I tributed to the Jews have been directly them and them their sacrifice to fate, Clementhia asked if they ,,
.r- : i:' And cover them over with beautiful flowers. of the earth Israel We articulate the always governed gave
t' .* ,' sound and seem to hear the "loud timbrel" I caused by the persecutions they have suf--. first code. Then. after the lapse of many should ever meet again, to which he replied -
', ; .r ..;,': Cover the faces that motionless lie, as it sounds "o'er Egypt's dark sea." Israel fered. It is a well-known fact that forages : centuries, when Israel was succumbing to : "I have asked that dreadful ques-
t t' :. t a ; Shut from the blue of the glorious sky. again, and Moses, with little thoughtthat persecution of the Jews was considered I that universal tendency, of all bodies civil tion of the hills that looked eternal, of the
; : t.l, Faces once decked with the smiles of the future ages would decree that his God's service, although, happily, such fanaticism and ecclesiastical; that tendency to techni- clear streams that flow forever, of the bright
i ,' '. r,.. ,, ) gay, words were as prophetic as historical, is saying is now only known to history. subservance which has blighted the stars among whose fields of azure my raised
" \ Thus to regard men as their ene- usefulness of more institutions than all spirit has walked in glory all were dumb,
: ',' ,; : ., Faces now masked with the frown of decay; : "Ye shall love the stranger, for an they came ;
\ : !;' : ..{ '.: :; Eyes that looked friendship love to your alien have ye been in the land of Egypt; mies-their only protection was to band their enemies ; When in the Middle Ages but as I gaze upon thy living face I feel that
J "'! ,:' own, thereby inculcating a sympathy for others themselves together. All the sympathy that this dangerous kind of mysticism had taken there is something which mantles throughits
: ,: ..,t Lips that the thoughts of affection made which the world has never accorded his they ever received was from among themselves root in the minds of the people-a mysti- beauty which cannot perish. Clemen-
ff,, : ; ,. ,:' known, people.Israel. and this fact together with their peculiarrast cism clinging with dangerous tenacity to thia, we shall meet again." So it is with
i, ,. ; Brows that love smoothed in the hour of again, and we are in the land of caused clanishness and a suspi- the word and neglecting the spirit of the Israel: when they have been far from the
k/:: /: '.; distress, promise. The wilderness has been left be- to become a part of their very law," there arose one who to the Jewish shores of any land, where the lights of hope
: f Cheeks that have brightened with tender hind and forgotten, and at eventide in the nature, for as nations are but collections of world was what Luther was to the Chris- were burning, and have seen no sign of
.: and such would have been He in truth the Jewish Luther. about them the remembrance of
j ji -. /1. caress. beautiful Valley Shechem, when the hills individuals, as tian. was promise ,
i!''.. '. : t? ,' ,r Oh how they gleamed at our country's are purpling with the light of dying day ; the effect upon individuals as is evidencedby "This was the great Moses Maimonides, of their destiny and past have come like the
I*' ,i'; first cry, when the streaks in the east seem.like tapestries the character of self-made men. Such whom it was written, from Moses of Sinai to invisible spirit of light, and when they have
j ;/y?; ('.t" :- Oh how they streamed when they bade woven by angels' fingers to hang about was the effect upon them, for truly our Moses Maimonides, none lived like Moses" "looked and there was none to help" and
,:.;..' j. you good-by; man's habitation ; when the clouds seem lives make a moral tradition for our indi- Then again, when the waves which had "wondered that there was none to uphold,"
; ..i ,,:- Oh how they gleamed in the battle's fierce glorious enough to be golden thrones upon vidual selves, as the life of mankind makesa been raised by the power of this great man they have heard these words of the prophet
h i'i'J. : flame, which archangels sit and sing their praisesto moral tradition for the race." The one had been soothed to slumber by the siren "In all their affliction He was afflicted, and
t:.. k. ". :: r, Oh how they paled when the death-angel God, and when the seraphs are lightingthe great desire of the world is for sympathy, voice of time ; when, to use the beautiful the angel of His presence saved them." He
. ;. came. candelabra of the firmament, the people and men will always cling to those from words of Leucht, The spirit of stagnationwas bore them and carried them all the daysof
I'I *,, i i -I,:;:. Cover them over, oh cover them over, burn incense and chant the praises of Je whom they receive it. Such is the concur- laming the wings of the genius of pro- old. In their past they see the promiseof
t i .. r' ;. Parent, husband, brother and lover ; hovah. rent testimony of all history, and the Jewsin gress, not that them had not existed en- national perpetuity. Mysterious voices
[ these habits, which, judging minds at all times but a gloomy tell them that Israel and her glory shall
;'" / I,' Kiss in your hearts those dead heroes of Israel, again, and the harp of David contracting lightened ,
,I If'.. ours- gives forth its varied sounds-now a song of from the common standpoint, are vices, but persistence of the masses in all that, havingthe meet again. And they have felt that though
z: rt ..' .. And cover them over with beautiful flowers. jubilee, then a wail of agony ; now an an- judging from their own are virtues, for it i is halo of antiquity around its moulderingbrow they were then under the shadows, the time
T;, ,, iI.."' them, caught up and voiced by an entire the same sentiment as patriotism with other had stayed the cause of religious advance was coming when the clouds would be "
I ( Cover the hands that are lying untied, people, then the slow and measured soundsof nations, have only- obeyed a great law of ;" and here, for the third time a lifted and scattered.
r, t Crossed on the bosom and low by the side ; a dirge, breathing an agony known only human nature. : Moses came to the rescue. Moses Mendelssohn Israel, in her persecutions, has furnished
kS"- :?.. Hands to you, mothers, in infancy shown ; to men of such grandeur of soul as David Their persecutions were such that from a held high the banner upon which was !some: of the sublimest acts of history, and
'j .. : Hands to you, fathers, clasped close to your and trulv does his Psalter contain as many people devoted to agricultural pursuits, they inscribed, "No barrier to scientific research, some of the most admirable characteristicsof
1 < own ; "hearse-like airs as carols." have become a nation of tradesmen, so no fetters must be forged around the think- national life. If love of country, rever
(' I ?: Hands where you sister, when tired and Israel, again and the magnificence of Sol- much so that an agricultural Jew is a sort ing faculty of man" These are the three ence for her heroes and traditions, jealousy .
: ::1 r dismayed, omon has come. of natural curiosity. The wonder to me is, great luminaries of the Jewish heavens, and of her honor and glory, be admirable, then
'.f.. Hung for protection and counsel and aid ; Israel, again and prophets burning with not that the Jews are clanish and shrewd, like the greatest men of other nations have are the Jews preeminently distinguished.What .
i ; ;' :w A Hands that you brother, in loyalty knew ; bonfires of inspiration stand upon peaks of but that they have been blotted from the arisen when the exigencies of time demanded people love their country and her
V 1, L: Hands that you, wife, wrung in bitter adieu. iron "Olympus high" look down the cen- earth as a nation, but they still live. Mysterious them. In the history of the world memories as they do? The impulsive Irish,
is ," :" Bravely the musket and sabre they bore, turies and tell of Him who should be the ashes of immoratlity have preservedthem every great emergency has brought to light when an exile from the Emerald Isle, singsof
... ;:, Words of affection they wrote in their ore; desire of all nations, and whose name through the darkest ages, not only of some mammoth genius capable of grap- the shamrock and sighs for Erin. The
'1 ./. Grandly they grasped for a garland of light, should be called Wonderful. their own, but the world's history. To-day pling with it, for great occasions and necessities Scot weeps when he hears in distant lands
t ; .;. ', Catching the mantle of death's darkened Israel, again, and the peals of rejoicing they are as vigorous as ever, and judgingthe develop great latent passive powers sounds that remind him of his Highland
Ir" night. : are dying away, the knell of departed gloryis future by the past, there is no reason into active, :positive forces ; great events require home. The stolid German sighs when he
.::"s Cover them over, oh cover them over, sounding, and as the sceptre departs from why we should not believe that they will great ideas to overcome them ; great thinks of the songs that float upon the Danube -
!' .:v;::':rV Parent husband, brother and Ipver; Judah time tolls a requiem as though some be preserved distinct until the end of time. ideas make great men, and "The hour must I at close of day, but all these forget
3' !' ',,-:.:., Crown in your hearts those heroes of ours, bright planet were extinguished and wan- Macaulay relates that the Arabs have this have its man." What a splendid trio dp their nativities, and their children are never
*, And cover them over with beautiful flowers. dered darkening in the moonless air. Then, tradition : When the great flood coveredthe these great names form : Moses of Sinai, aliens to the lands of their adoption. But
1,, .: : like that stream of the Rocky Mountains earth there was but one thing that sur- Moses Maimonides, and Moses Mendels with the Jews they are all citizens of Jeru-
:;. ;: Cover the feet that all weary and torn, which flows for leagues and loses itself in vived its destruction and that, the great sohn. They stand in the heavens of Jewish salem, and from century to century their
1 t ;'" Hither by comrades were tenderly borne; the great? lake of the West, so Israel, after pyramid." So this people have stood thought, not as revolving planets, or fixed windows stand open toward the Holy City,
,, ,'{ ;. Feet that have trodden the flowery ways, flowing for a long time down the history of through all the-niutation of time ; with- stars, but as a consteJlation of selfluminoussuns and to them it is more sacred than the
t' :>>:!' Close by your own in the old happy days; the world, suddenly lost its identity, and stood all the floods of ignorance and super- guaranteeing to their people light for shrines Mecca to the Moslem.
(.,'...ft. : Feet that have pressed in life's opening since then as a nation has had no chroni- stition, and like the great pyramid, maintained all coming time ; and to the Hebrew student Men have always been taught to admire
,' I ; .::. morn cles only in so far as they have been con- their position. They have been the they are the fountain of all light and and venerate that nation which said it
;'ru ; .".:.i Roses of pleasure and death's poisoned nected with those of others.To subjects of every government, have spokenthe knowledge : a pledge for his people's future would never submit to tyranny so long as a
; ..v. thorn; me this is the anomaly of history. language of the land of their adoption, glory; inviolate as the band of celestial. male child was born in all its borders.
',' !i >:r K'i'i Swiftly they rushed to the of the but their and aspirationshave the heavens. Further,
; ; help right, Suppose an inhabitant of a distant spherewere thoughts feelings }promise spanning Then how much more should we admirethe
; 1 ;.':: Firmly they stood in the shock of the fight; to come upon the earth and read its always been Hebrew. the Jews have the best claims to aristocracyof Jews who though they have had no
:. r,,: Never will enemies' hurrying tramps records. How would his wonder grow Rome, when mistress of the world had any other nation, aside from their splen- country, have preserved inviolate their
'" ..,,". Summon them forth from this death- when he approached this fact, and how fas- Jews among her people, yet they were not did heritage of being a peculiar people ; faith and refused to surrender their national
1f : '.;- guarded camp ; cinating to us is the same lofty theme. It Roman, nor did they become barbarians each Jew traces his lineage back to the Pa- characteristics ? If the Dutch be admirable
*I >; ;:;" never till the bugle of Gabriel's sound has all the mystic charm of age, all the when the northern hordes overran that triarch Abraham, and if lineage entitles men because they open dykes and flood their
is; : ;.:, Will they come out of their couch in the strange aroma of peculiarity, and in the proud city, but were always Jews. to distinction surely the Jews have it. The country rather than submit to the invader
a,.;': ;' ground. history and traditions of this people are Greece, when the central sun learning, aristocracy of the Old World is honored and how much more so is Israel, when they
I 4' Cover them over, yes, cover them over, found all the brightness of glory and gran- had Jews, yet when her lustre grew dim the descendants of the followers of Williamthe open every dyke of oppression for opinion'ssake
; ,.:'" Parent, husband, brother and lover; deur of wisdom, and to the student they with age her Jews were the same. Thus, Conqueror and Charlemagne are doubly ? We can easily understand how it is
'\ :, .l I Rough were the paths of these heroes of speak with eloquent tongues. Men love though they have been the subjects of every honored, because their forefathers estab- that men should defend home and fireside
.: ours, that which has about it the sanctity of age, government, they have failed to amalgamate lished those dynasties whose histories are so that they should shed the last drop of their
j ; r.,>' > How cover them over with beautiful flowers. and with Israel every institution is as venerable with any other people. brilliant. Then, how much more should blood upon their country's altar if the sac- r
< ...\ f as the secret chambers of the great The race of man is like the waters of the the Hebrews be entitled to the claims of rifice was demanded. We can understandthat
r ':l' Cover the hearts that have beaten so high pyramid "Every sound is as a voice thatis seas. Sea flows i into sea, and ocean into aristocracy who, for thousands of years, for there is something tangible aboutit
,.\I ,; .:r; Beaten with hopes that were doomed but to gone, the touch of a vanished hand." ocean, and their waters commingle, but were the nobility of the Almighty ; were but there are few who can appreciate how
''i 1"1" :: die; Every scene a phantom like the "shadow through them runs the gulf stream-an conservatory of the world's enlightenment, deep must be the convictions of him who
.:. I.;,l.J1; Hearts that have burned in the heat of the and from whom Him whose
among came
\ shapes of memory.. Every form crystal- individual flood; and what the gulf streamis though far from his nativity, will surrender
s ; fray, I ized with age and dust the accumulationsof to the wide world of waters, as Senator religion the Christian world believes, and opinion's sake the rights of man. of citizen -
Hearts that have yearned for the homes faraway multiplied centuries lie upon its records, Vance has well said the Jewish people are whose self it adores. and ofttimes of intelligent being ; but
4 j1[ : while its very heresies are hoar with a trace- to mankind. The Jews have always been They are entitled to this distinction, and such has been the history of this race, and
r Hearts that beat high in the charge's loud less antiquity. But of Israel, since they be- among the best citizens of any government, the reason why they do not receive it is be- we say amen to the writer who says : "If
a tramp, came self-exiles, and as a nation took upon' as a little retrospect will show. Few Jews cause of an unreasonable ostracism the there be ranks in suffering Israel is undoubtedly -
;4 ; Hearts that fell low in the. prison's foul themselves the characteristics of "The break the laws of the land, for in the pris- world once imposed upon them, and which entitled to preeminence ; and if
damp ; Wandering Jew" we design saying little, ons they are almost unknown ; among the has come down to ages the relic of an intolerance a nation be famous fora few great tragedies,
' 't" Once they were swelling with' courage and but will regard them as they have been since Jews there are no paupers, pensioners upon which enlightened men should blush what shall we say of one whose entire life,
t will, then. the bounty of the government, and a public to own. since first it looked up at the stars of Egypt, ;
r ,,I ;.;if; i f' Now they are lying all pulseless and still and;i The first fact that strikes us as being peculiar Jewish beggar is never seen, while all Jews Buckle, in his History of Civilization,tells has been one continuous, deep ning and increasing 1
Once they were glowing with friendship about them is how the education. This is not nations ?"
\.i 4 nearly same have a respectable us that in proportion, as are no- tragedy
love, has been their numerical strength in every the result of chance, but comes from two madic or wandering, their civilization is And we do not believe they have been following -
1 E Now their great souls have gone soaring age. To-day, if estimates be true, they number excellent causes. The first is, that every low, for the desire for fixed relations i is the an ignis faluus, but the time will ,:
E ; above ; about seven millions, or according to an Jew, though he has the wealth of a Roth standard of progress ; but this universal come when this nation, so long bereft of
}i Bravely their blood to their country they estimate that I now have before me, about I. schild learns a trade or profession, and is, ,. tendency of nations has been conquered by national existence, shall be renationalized. -
': pave the same they did in the time of David. Of therefore, able to subsist without doing un- this people ; for two thousand years they Else why have they as a nation been i,
1' Then i in her' bosom they found them a these about five millions are in Europe two lawful deeds. The second is their extreme have known no organic union. They have so miraculously preserved in their integrity, t
iI 1'K grave. hundred thousand in Asia, on hundred clanishness, of which we have spoken ; a been as a barque upon the waters, at the and what means the gigantic schemes of
i I Cover them over, yes cover them over, thousand in Africa, and about a million and feeling of true sympathy, a touch of feeling mercy of every tempest; have proclaimedthe colonization which have been projected in t
Parent, husband and lover; : a half in America. And at all times their that makes the whole race. And it is a pity world as their country, and who shall say I response to the great unvoiced throbbingsof
Kiss in your hearts those dead heroes of numbers have been approximately the that there is not more clanishness of the that the standard of their civilization is not the universal Jewish heart? Then 'the
4 ours, 'same. And, though in all respects they same kind with the balance the world. In high? Suppose a prophet had foretold this twelve men of the Prophet "shall cling to
a t: And cover them over with beautiful flowers. have been the wonder of history and have practical charity and philanthrophy, it thing twenty centuries ago; suppose hehad the skirts of a Jew." Jerusalem will no
t ,( Cover the thousands who sleep far away- filled a large and honored space in the would be well for the Christian world to im- said the fish of the deep, the birds of the longer sit solitary; the green flag of the
Sleep where their friends cannot find them chronicles of nations, they are to-day the bibe a few lessons from the lofty devotionof air, the beasts of the wood yea the very Prophet shall be torn down ; the splendid
to-day same peculiar people they were three thou- their Jewish neighbors.The insects, shall have order and rulers, while temples rebuilt ; the old altar fires rekin-
f They who on mountain and hill-side and sand years ago. .Jew has compassion upon a suffering other nations shall have princes and potentates dled, and in the transepts aureoled martyrs
dell Though proselyting batteries have been brother, and acts toward him the part of a but Israel shall have none. The uni- shall sit. The Holy Land shall again resound -
*r Rest where they wearied and lie where they turned upon them and the flood-gates of oppression good Samaritan, while it is often too true versal voice of all mankind would then with glad sounds, and the olive and
fell ; opened they are the same in habIts that the remainder of the world act toward have proclaimed, Woe unto Israel, for she vine once more fill the air with their frag-
.. Softly the grass-blades creep round their repose of thought mind, person and feeling their brethren the part of the Levite and as is lost; but this thing has come to pass, and rance. When that illustrious day shall
.. that they have ever been, and a Jew is the a general thing, not only pass by on the Israel forever and always the same has been dawn, what a spectacle will the holy angelsbe
:Sweetly above them the wild floweret blows; same the world over, and in saying this I other side, but look the other way to keep preserved. Had such been the past historyof called upon to witness.
Zephyrs of freedom fly gently o'erhead, do not say it as it is usually said-as a re from seeing them for fear of having their any other people they would now be Suppose the scene : The ships which
Whispering prayers for the patient dead. proach-but quite the reverse, for it only habitual tranquility disturbed, as it were. scattered to the circuit of the winds and ut- have sailed from the ports of the world
,. So in our mind we'll name them once more, shows how true they have been to the faith Again, the Jews have always been a talented terly unknown. This they have accomplished have reached Palestine ; the gray dawn is
: :t So in our hearts we'll cover them o'er; which they profess. people. Many of the governments of only by the most stubborn mainte- upon the mountains, and the vapors are
oJ Roses and lilies and violets blue The common idea of the Jew is a very the world have been served by them in the nance of their convictions, and in this lifting from the valleys ; a mighty multi-
Bloom in our souls for the brave and the mistaken one. In general terms he is regarded most august toils of State. In olden timesit deathless devotion to their principles they tude, which no man can number with rejoicing -
; true. as a man who can frame his face for was the custom of eastern monarchs to have drawn upon themselves persecutionsmore perched upon their banners, is press-
Cover them over, yes, cover them over, all occasions ; who can act with duplicity, make courtiers of their young Hebrew cap- horrible than those of the Inquisition. ing toward the City of David, and as the
Parent, husband, brother and lover; and at the same time assure you that he is tives, Both for fidelity and capacity. Sucha Mankind has never been able to fathom or light of morn gilds her spires they chant
: Think of those far-away heroes of ours. an honest man. As a man, fit for treasons, one was Daniel, and also Hazeliah, the appreciate their devoeion to their faith ; but "The Year of My Redeemer is Come." Then
And cover them over with beautiful flowers. strategems, and spoils; the motion of whose king's cup-bearer, and many others. This through every storm they have passed with they who are upon the mountains shall
spirit is dull as night and whose affections fact would be more conspicuous were it not patience, *'for sufferance is the badge of all catch from the lyre of Tasso the soul-stir-
When the long years have rolled slowly dark as Erebus, or as he is described in the true that they were forced not only to sup- their race," until the patience of a Jew ring strains of Jerusalem delivered. Then
\ away, lofty words of Antonio : "I pray you think press, and, in many cases, abjure their religion has become a proverb. They wait and watch they who watch upon the house-tops shall
I E'en to the dawn of Earth's funeral day; you question with the Jew. You may as but to discard all that had the savor for the time when they shall again be rehabilitated swell the anthem, saying: "How beautiful -
When at the archangel's trumpet and tread well go stand upon the beach and bid the of Israel about them, ofttimes their very with their ancient splendor, and upon the mountains is the feet of them
Rise up the faces and forms of the dead; main flood bate his usual height. You mayas names. And in later times among the distinguished shine with their old glory. The world has that bring glad tidings." Then shall the
When the great world, its last judgment well use question with the wolf. Why he of the world, many Jews have persecuted them without any fear of retri- Priest advance from the Temple, and as the
awaitsWhen hath made the ewe bleat for the lamb. You stood foremost. Had France ever a greater bution, fortheyhave always known that be- multitude fills the city, shall swing his Cen-
the blue sky shall swing open its may as well forbid the mountain pines to Marshal than Massena? England a greater hind this people there was no powerful gov- ser and chant : "Holy, pure, redeemed Is-
gates, wag their high tops and make no noise Premier than Disraeli? Did master ever ernment able to protect its remotest citizens rael, joined to its God forever." And as the
And our long column march silently when they are fretted with the gusts of touch with such magic hand the slumbering from insult and injury ; and knowingthis Heavens hold their breath, the people shall
through heaven. You may as well do anythingmost chords of music as does Rubenstein ? Has fact has been cowardly enough to take respond in reverence: "Holy, holy, the
Past the Great Captain for final review ; hard as to try to soften that, than actor ever played upon the soul's passion advantage of it, proclaiming the heresy that Lord God omnipotent reigneth. Heaven
Then for the blood that has flowed for the whicb what's harder, hisJewish heart." But like Bernhardt, or philosopher gone deeper "might makes right. To the Jews has and earth are full of His glor).."-/ E.
right. such descriptions are misrepresentations. into the mysteries of learning than Spinoza? been denied political and civil rights. They M'A than in Texas Siftings.

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small sum. The price was at first about $1 An old couple, man and wife, were along
A FRE CIl AN'S DESCRIPTION OF IT, AND THE for $1,000, but it gradually advanced until the wharves a day or two ago hunting for :STS .nLISIIED: :: 1S7u.
PROCESS OF CONSTRUCTION.The some purchases were made at the rate of$6 an up-shore boat, and the woman explainedto
I. for $1,000 face value. These bonds were --
immense scaffolding that can be seen a steamboat agent :
the direction of the de Chaselles bought for a New York agency upon an "It's season and ... .
in Rue a very stormy we expect .t.. ':. _> DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES
reaching over the highest houses in the order from England, it was said, and they to be sea-sick, and we'd ruther go on a .
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were shipped from one point to another, : is .' ': ",; '
neighborhood, has for some time been puzzling boat where the captain a religious man.
many people that pass along the packed in wooden boxes like so much' Well, that's all :right," he replied. -.. '. :'; ,.i l'J .", :};.'..\\ij :.:"?' ...... '& CO.
Boulevard de. Courcelles. One would fancy merchandise. The investment was such a We've got one very religious captain on .,.' ,
that a high tower was in process of con foolish one that many persons were trying I our line, and his boat sails to-night." .
struction. On a close examination of the to discover the origin of the movement. Can we go down and see him?'' <

beams and planks, the thing that at first At first it was said that about $8,000,000 be- Ob, 'es. Keep right down the street =I PHARMACISTS [+
longing to the defunct Confederacy was still )
looked like a tower displays'the lines of a until you see the boat. ,
human form and the gigantic folds of the on deposit in the Bank of England, and The couple walked on and finally boardedthe ,
robe that drapes it. It is in truth a statue, that the bond buyers hoped to get hold of steamer. The captain and all hands ,
the greatest that was ever constructed up to this sum. After this hypothesis had been were busy with the cargo, but the old folks l.J',. ..- Centre Street,
rejected it was impossible to suggest any and the .' t .:, :. '..':
the present time-the statue of Liberty, of walked up to him woman said : : "' :
which the sculptor Bartholdi conceived the other that would account for the invest "Capting, you have been recommendedto '..: :, ., FERNANDINA, FLORIDA,
i idea and furnished the model, and which is ment, but the bonds continued to have a us as a religious man." .
destined to serve as a beacon at the entranceto market price and agents continued to buy The I have," he promptly growled. : : '. KEEP constantly on hand a fine a-ort-
the port of New York. Before becomingone them. At last the conclusion was generally They looked at each other with consterna- ,, ,. ': of FRESH and PURE FOR-
of the marvels of the great Americancity reached that the movement was one of the tion depicted in their faces, and then the EIGN and DOMESTIC

it is for the present one of the most interesting curiosities of speculation, started by brokers old man said :
curiosities of Paris. who hoped to make a small profit. before the "Capting, what church do you belong Drugs and Chemicals
',. ,
bonds should fall to their normal conditionof '
By purchasing a little picture of it that to? .
the committee sells to cover extra expenses, utter worthlessness.There "See here," roared the official, "if you've -t ; : .;. Homeopathic and Patent Medicines,
the work can be inspected. From eighty to can be little doubt now as to the come to bleed me for some charity, or want ...' ,: : .
ninety artisans are kept constantly em- disposition of this collection of waste paper.It me to sign a petition, or expect this boat to ." .- : Proprietary and Fancy Goods.
I. !
has and has
ployed. The statue is already completed up gone across the ocean found carry a lot of dead-heads up the lake, Iwon"'t . ... .
its into the vault of the Penzance :
syn- fJ : :
way stand it. What do
to the chest. Perhaps in its present condition you want ? Out >'
i it can be seen to the best advantage.Its dicate. If bonds to the face value of $100- with it, now, and no infernal chawing :: '' .,:x FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
extraordinary proportions can be viewed 000,000 were bought in this country by thesyndicate's around. I'm blanked.ifr ain't bothered by '- /'( / : ::F ; :: ) ), ,.
agents-and it is said that this dashed lunatics' than other ET.C.,
and, as it is not completed, it is possible to more : any : ,. ,. a-. '
f' ; :. ; :;r ;
amount reached-the investment "
take in all the details of the construction of was was blanked man on the dashed lakes.
than for '. .,. IN GREAT VARIETY.
something less $200,000, ,
this gigantic work, which will probably remain probably Man and wife retired to consult, and :: "
unequalled among works of bronze. which the conductors of the scheme are after getting ten feet away the woman said : '. .' ..'' ......
For an hour one feels transported out of the willing to take $12,000,000. This is the "Henry, he's not a religious man." .., .. J Physicians Prescriptions
statement made for the benefit of dupes "Well I dunno." ,. I
real world, and. without the slightest .
the imagination, the spectacle before the who may be induced to contribute good "But he swears like a pirate." .., : carefully compounded with pure Drug*, at

eyes appears fantastic. The plaster mouldsof money to be used in paying "expenses ; "Yes, Maria, but you see this is out West. reasonable prices.DR. .
enormous limbs thrown across the yard, but the managers themselves must know, We don't swear and belong to the church.

and the busy workmen covering them with unless they are collossal blockheads, that too up in New Hampshire, but they may do ... J. D. PALMER. T. W. PAliiEK.
innumerable pieces of wood that reproduceall they will never be able to get for differently out here. He swears, but he .._'" "
the contours and lines remind one of the these bonds anything beyond their value as looks like a man to depend on in a storm." -:' PALMER BRO'S,
well-known scene of Gulliver at Liliput. old paper. "Shan't we look for another?" .:. s ; .:,-,' .
dwarfs The nature of the "enterprise" is clearly "I not, Maria. I the religionout
The men look like tiny endeavoringto guess guess { .
1 II il 1 1-41--H-4-r 1--H- '- '- '- |
bind a giant. And if by a miracle that shown by the attempt of its conductors to here Michigan are kind o' stretchy, t
great hand could become alive and simply create an impression that the bonds which and they 'low swearing on the steamboatsand : :i. PHARMACISTS

open its closed fingers, all that solid wood- they hold are bonds for which Englishmenand around the depots. We'll go by this '. r; ;
work would fly in splinters, and the im- members of the aristocracy"paid boat, and if he don t swear any harder than :. ," .p. 1 11 1 I i 1- Itf I- tw

mense scaffolding itself would come down goodly sums of hard money in the days he did to us mebbe Providence will let him ,,.'.-. .' .. ,.
like a castle of cards. when the armies of the Confederacy were squeeze through on the up-trip and sink Centre Street, near Depot,
The first: model'was enlarged four times. still in the field. What a contemptibletrick him when he comes down !"-Detroit Free
and these slicesare it is to palm off as the evidence of Press.
Then it was cut into slices, I FERNANDINA
taken one after the other and again en- bona fide investments, made twenty years FLORIDA.
larged to four times their original size ; and ago, a few boxes full of paper bought within BITS OF FUN.

thus the dimensions of the collossal statue two years in the streets of Washingtonand The cost of stopping train of cars is saidto y& ABSOLUTELY PURE]
Richmond and Charleston at the of
the workmen rate be from to cents. When
are obtained. At present are forty sixty the
that forms the two mills for a dollar! is another
the train train
engaged upon portion I stopped by these DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
chest. The model of it can be seen in the I As for the legal" or black-mailing foun- prices become somewhat inflated. THE FLORIDA
shed. It looks like a little hill, over which dation of the "claim," it deserves no at "
Please to give me something, sir?
tention. Confederate bonds are absolutely says OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
the men are constantly creeping. When! : __
relics and an old woman. "I had a blind child; he T ,
worthless curiosities
, except as or ,
model is made
the of
draught or a portion of
was only means subsistence and the
law and my ,
will 1 be Under the
they always so. -
taken of it. In order to do
impressions are
recovered his
boy has sight.
the'Constitution be worth poor Standard :Patent. Medicines
this it is necessary to gather together hundreds they can no moreas Femaiitliiia, ,
of little planks, cut preciselupon an obligation than so many pieces of In a Newport boudoir : Oh he is sucha
white The Southern States do not charming gentleman, and hedid not make
the outlines of the model, and in this waya paper. Towns on R. R. Line
wooden mould is obtained, that is divided stand in need of English money ; it is the his money in vulgar trade, either. No, indeed -I| Fancy TOILET Article,
intelligent Englishman who is more than He owns a bank, for I have heard
into as fragments as are And Cedar
many necessary. Key.
Upon these fragments the is cut, and willing to invest his money in Southern and people who knew him speak of it. It is in
hammered until it copies the copper precise forms. Southwestern lands and ;In Southern enter- Western city named Faro !1"' PERFUMERY,

Ten Chinese gongs would not make a prises, and if they promise to be profitable, Well preserved: "And how old did you ">'i
greater noise than is made all day long in no Penzance syndicate can discourage him. say she was?" asked Mrs. Jenkins of the I/CJBIIV'S EXTRACTS, Qt.c.: !
the corner of the shed where the copper is The facts concerning the source of the syn- Museum mummy, pointing her sunshade at Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

hammered ; and this continuous and deafening dicate's stock in trade conclusively show the Egyptian mummy in a case. "Four S3 Especial and careful attention paidto
noise contributes not a little to the that English geese are again to be plucked, thousand years, ma'am answered the man. number of the most eligible and desirable
strange impression that one gets from the and it is probable that the geese will submit Do tell ; wonderfully well preserved at PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by x

visit.When with complacency to the operation.NewYork that age, ain't she? Are her teeth false?"- Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for an experienced Druggist.

the shaping of a piece of the cop Times. Lowell Citizen. JSJMR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep

per is completed, it becomes a portion of thestatue Til ATS ME. An able.bodjed'insect t* The guard of an City or Suburban Residences, over the store, and will respond to all calls
and there is further to do
nothing English railway carriage recently refused to
with it except to put it i in. its place. Just He drove a policeman into a doorway on allow a naturalist to carry a live hedgehogwith UPON EASY TERMS. at night i I
now they are engaged in the work of finish Woolbridge street Sunday evening and be- him. The traveler, indignant, pulleda
ing the left hand. The nail of the first fin- gan : turtle from his wallet, and said : "Take Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
ger would make a good-sized shield. The 'Abut two hours ago a cadaverous wood- this, too ," but the guard replied, good na- 1
top of the finger would make a helmet for enhead might have been seen gawping at turedly : Ho no. sir. It's dogs you can't parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
the largest head, and, in default of a better the river from the foot of Randolph street. carry, and dogs is dogs, cats is dogs, and
cuirass, William the Conqueror, who passedfor He didn't know enough to chew. gum. That 'edge-'ogs is dogs, but turtles is hinsects." rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
the biggest man of his time, might easily was me." /
get into one of the phalanges.In "You, eh? Well." Actions speak louder than words : It erty purchased substantial improvementsfor TKENDALL'S
six months the whole work will be Well, he gawped and gawped, and he sometimes happens at social parties that a .
finished. There remain only the chest and knew he had $20' in his pocket, and he young lady, known or supposed to be some- residence, or in which to conduct their SPAVIN CURE/
the left arm to complete. The head, whichis chuckled and tickled and said he had come what proficient in music, is requested to en-
large enough to contain forty people, has to town to look around and see things and tertain the company at the piano or in a business. Y1b
already been exhibited, in 1878, and the go home and be a lion. That was me agin. song, and her reply is : Really" you must 1
right arm has just come back from America, I see." excuse" me; I carn't play, or "Icarn'tsing INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS LiZ 111
where it was sent to give some little idea of He jest fairly ached to have a bunko as the case may be, but she is all the

the size of the statute. After the Parisians I man come up and slap him on the back and time edging towards the piano, and finally by exemption for a term of years from -. .
have had ample time to admire the work, I call him Josephus Basswood, and ask how lands at the instrument. Samuel Jones -- ...cTHE ::'',:':.-.; ? -
it will betaken down and sent to New Yorkin pa and ma and the children all got along.He Tilden is one of that kind of girls.-San taxation, offered by the several cities and MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY E #
more than three hundred pieces.Pari'8Ternp itched to have a three-card monte man Post.
discovered it is certain in its
tickle him under the chin and call him a An off year: "Hot! Why, its five degrees towns. Apply to. as
effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
red fox from Ionia county, and open up his hotter here than at home! I thoughtthis CHAS. W. LEWIS,
THE WASTE PAPER TRADE. little game. His bones all screamed out for was one of the coolest places in the BELOW.

The complete history of the London syn- the man with the bogus gold pieces, and he country?" "My dear sir, this is an off year, ?Office cor.Beach & 7th sts:, Fernandina.
dicate's absurd scheme to make something drew down his left eye as he thought how you know Every year but this we have Saved Him $1,800.00. j* '
out of Confederate bonds has been told. they'd take him for a hay-stack and get had to keep up the fires in July, and we
We have heard about the engagement of sold. He was an infernal idiot. That'sme. shall probably have to next year again. It ADAMS, N. Y., January 30,1882.
Lord Penzance, a banker, and two members ." is a sort of an extra season, you see." "But Dr. B. J. Kendall &: Co.: t,
of Parliament who are to pose before the I Yes." where are those cool breezes you adver- GENTs-Having used a good deal of your
public as trustees. We have been told that "Well, as he was standing there and feel- tised?" "Oh, they are over on the other Kendall's Spavin Cure with great SUCCe8. I
the sum of 10,000 has been subscribed for ing how sharp and cute and cunning he side of the lake to-day. You see, this is thought; I would let you know what it has r
preliminary expenses;" that one of the Na- was, up comes a man who was breathing only one side of the lake, and we can't expect done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
tional Safe Deposit Company's vaults has hard and looking scart, and says he to me to monopolize all the breeze there is. colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. r
been selected to serve as a store-house for in a whisper: 'You look like a friend to We must divide up and give the other resorts When I was breaking him he kicked over
the waste paper, and that the syndicate will the unfortunate. I can see by the cut of some of it.-Detroit Free Press. the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of.his''
undertake to blackmail the Southern States your face that I can trust you. I have hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
for a settlement of about twelve cents on a wounded a man who insulted my wife, andI TOOLS USED IN BUILDING THE farriers, but they all said he was spoiled. '
dollar; but from what source do the bonds must skip to Canada to escape arrest. I PYRAMIDS. He had a very large thorough-pin, and I ;
come which are to be the syndicate's stockin have no money, but here is a hundreddollar During a residence of two winters in a used two bottles of your Kenda 1's Spavin 1
trade? It is said that bonds to the face bond. Lend me $20 and keep the bond tomb at Gizeh, Mr. W. M.\ Flinders Petrie Cure, and it took the. bunch entirely off and
value$30,000,000 have already been placedin until I see you.' That is what he said. The collected evidence showing that the tools he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
the vault, and that the syndicate expectto double-jinted idiot from the country took it used in working stone 4,000 years ago were used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, and #
get possession of many more millions. all in like a boy gulping down sulphur and constructed with a jewel as the cutting edge. it has always cured completely and left the
With $100,000,000 the promoters of the job 'lasses.. That's me some more." He stated his reasons for coming to this leg smooth. a
will be ready to begin their work. A per- I'm listening." conclusion in a paper read before the Anthropological It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism ,
son who served as an officer of the Confederacy The greenhorn was flattered and tickled. Institute, a resume of whichis I have recommended it to a good many, and( i ;
is of the opinion that not more than He saw a chance to make $80 on that bond. published in a recent issue of Engineering c they all say it does the work. I was in Witb-
$400,000,000 in these bonds are now in existence The bomb-proof, back-action copper-riveted of London. Solid and tubular drills, straight erington Kneeland's drug store,in Adajns,.
and information comes from the agricultural peach-blossom figured as how and circular disk saws.and lathe tools were the other day, and saw a very fine picture a
syndicate that the greater part of this he'd cash that bond to-morrow and skip, andas made with jewels set in metal. The lines of you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could} J
amount is held in Europe. It is said that how the man in haste to reach Canada cutting on a granite core made by a tubu- not; they said if I would write to you that I
the members of the syndicate themselvesare would never find him, and as how them lar drill form a continuous spiral, the you would send me one. I wish you wqild, land
not heavily loaded with the stuff, and it $100 would buy a yoke of oxen, and so he grooves being of a uniform depth and width I will do you all the good I can.
is mysteriously intimated that "certain passed over the greenbacks and pocketedthe throughout, showing that the cutting point. Very respectfully, E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
members of the English aristocracy are bond. Yes, the bald-headed, cross-eyed, was not worn as the work advanced. The. .'. xt
largely interested. But United States Sen- bow-legged turnip-patch did that very regular taper of the core would indicate
ator Morgan, of Alabama, who had an inti- thing. That's me to a dot." that jewels were also set upon the outside Spavin Cure.
mate knowledge of the civil and military Is it possible 1" and inside of the drill, thereby facilitating.
affairs of the Confederacy, says that he is "And here's the bond-worthless And its removal. In some specimens of granitethe ON HUMAN FLE8II.
not aware that the Confederate Governmentever here I am-strapped! And somewhere up- drills sank one-tenth of an inch at each..
negotiated a dollar of bonds in any town is the sharper-tickled half to death at ; revolution, and toe pressure necessary to do VEVAY, ISD., August 12,1881.Dr. .
It be that Mr. Morgan the he played me 1 Say?" B. J. Kendall d- Co.:
foreign country. may way this must have been from one to two tons. .
: is in error about this matter, but the "Yes." The skill of the workmen and the capacityof GEJTTS-Sample of circulars received to- ;
acts in regard to the speculations of the "Hunt up a born fool, catch a crank, the tool are illustrated by the clean path ., day. Please send me some with my imprjnt,, +. a
new syndicate are not seriously affected by scare up a dude, bring in an old man witha ; through both soft and hard material-no printed on one side only. The Kendall'sSpavin
the accuracy or inaccuracy of his knowl- third wife, and boil 'em all down and bag difference in the groove being perceptible, Cure is in excellent demand with jis,
and not only for animals but for human-
the bones and call the thing Josephus
edge. up although it from a soft substance
in Basswood I That's !1" passes ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the-
There are thousands of persons; the me into quartz, subjecting the tool to an enormous I '
United States who can give information to And he walked off to find the plank road strain. In plane surfaces the depth I .: .. r leading farmers in our county, sprained an
those who are curious about the source of running west, waving the bogus bond with and width of the cuts indicate the successive ankle badly, and knowing the value of he--
hand and to kick himself with remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
the syndicate's supply of Confederate paper.A one helping stroke of a saw, and the use of the circularsaw
year or two ago there was born a demandfor the other. Half a blockawaj'he halted and is proved by the regularly curved lines. did far better than he had expected; cared
Confederate bonds. No one could tell looked back, and seeing the officer still The forms of the tools were the same that '. the sprain in very short order.
why these bonds had so suddenly and unexpectedly there he gave himself three kicks and experience has sanctioned at the present Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.
been endowed with life and been shouted out in a lonesome voice: time. Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All c
given a price in the market, but brokers all "Don't you fonret it-that's me!1" The scarcity of the diamond and the lack druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
over the South announced that they would of strength in the sapphire and beryl leadto r'J will be sent to any address on receipt or
buy them. In Washington alone bonds to A bald-headed man who has heard that the consideration of corundum. Nothing price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KENDALL -
the face value of more than $30,000,000 were the hairs of a man's head are numbered,. has been found about the metal of which & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. l
purchased. In Southern cities many millions wants to know if there is not some place the tool was made or the method of setting I Send for Illustrated Circular.
more were exhumed from old trunks where he can obtain the back numbers. the jewel. or Sold by all Druggists. j


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::; ; ;j } 1 THE FLORIDA MIRROR : AUGUST 11. 1

K'' 'KT\K . IJf1 ;!1! ,
I .
11 _"J FLORIDA MIRROR. the demand for field labor, more could be EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. ments. In one of the handsome lecture RAILROAD ASSESSMENTS

'.; ,;tf ,IJ'r*_ THE accomplished than is now provided for in I _- halls can be seen that very striking picture,
Hf? the Southern States. The number of schoolsin by the artist, Oertel, The Shadow of a General W. D. Barnes
;; : ,,:i : :4'f ; ": SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1883.'I. to the is THE COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF THE The of :
the State
< .'! proportion population probably Great Rock in Weary Land, which was press has,without an exception -
,,- '..., I \ '1;: ,," -:,. quite as large as in the Northern States, although conspicuously noticed in the Centennial Ex- mentioned that the assessment
i : I' 't THE BAR IMPROVEMENT. CONTESTS, ORATIONS, ETC. placed by the State for the current
;; ; year
the number of scholars
if to No
average position. do to
description can justice
,; } :": : ,< General Gillmore has sent in his annual SEWANEE, TENN, August 8th, 1883. upon its railroads, amounts to $7,705,209.72,
I I .? .' each school is far less. It is difficult to ob- This mountain Region has been full of it or convey an idea of its solemn grandeur against 4726942.40 last year. As the in-

t ',n''!. ': fdi report upon the river and harbor improvements tain competent teachers for existing schools, life and the week. On recalling to the mind that great desert land creased mileage of the current year over last
during past
.!" ", ; vl! in his charge. and the colored teachers are, as a rule, una- whose sands have been trodden for thou- cannot, under any equitable assessment, account -
the of the Mont Eagle the Sunday-school Assemblyhas for over 30 per cent. of this increase,
f r .:-i : ; \ii-3 t He fully recognizes importance ble to do more than teach the simplest been in full operation. Distinguished sands of years by the human race, but the inquiry naturally arises : How was this
: to harbor
of the entrance our ,
4;] :' M improvement branches. A good work can be done in rais- which know no human abode or habitationthe increase reached ? Has any company in
I i.r and reports that the sum of $500,000 can be speakers have addressed large audiences the State shown a net income to justify the
class of teachers.A .
'or"ii ing of
1 ) ; up a more competent immensity desolation. Rev. Mr.
r ,ti/ ',;r;r :_ profitably expended upon this work during every day in the ampitheatre, and concerts, advanced assessment? I think not. Then
fair distribution of the school funds is
Oertel the artist learn is at
} we now living
the of the current
{ it :1 the-coming fire-works, etc., have varied the scene. At figures year are oppres-
.. ; year. made, we believe, in all of the Southern or near Orange Springs in Florida. sive and discriminate against the railroadsof
assemble in Sewanee two notable events have occurred.
::1" )'i.[! If. The Democratic Congress to States between the races. In fact, consider- Some of the young men here exhibit won- the State, without which Florida would
l it in its to frame a First, the assemblage of a conference of
; i''; December has power ing that nineteen-twentieths of the school derful in their studies have remained a terra incognita.
proficiency notably
II E : : I River and Harbor Bill which will further bishops, clergy and laity of the Episcopal ; My interest in Florida is as great as my
t moneys are paid by the white race, it must J. W. Percy, Mississippi, received the degree interest in the railroads of the State, but I
t and public works essen- church, to take into consideration the rela-
: r. :' F the great important be admitted that the white people of the of Bachelor of Arts and :Master of Arts believe} I do not differ from other railroad
:' "; of our commerce, tions of the church to the colored race.
: : tial to the development I when I that wise and just
'", ; South have shown a most commendable after most thorough and comprehensive examination managers say regulations -
f 'f : .' : and at the same time give satisfaction to the Every Southern State was represented, by the State are not objectionable.But .
,. r. spirit of justice and generosity in this mat- it is said he is but 18
although, ,
JI' II country. With regard to the harbors of and thirteen bishops of the Episcopal .' the railroads of the State are of great
t ", / years of age. His brother graduated a year public utility Few, if any, of them are as
.. :: commerce on our coast line, there is not ter.The church were engaged the conference,with 'I
I > appropriation of public moneys by since with the same honors. Certainly a yet paying, and it will not do to cripple

> :!- ,', l ':,x and has never been any question as to the Congress would be a new departure and large numbers of laymen and clergymen.The very talented family. them in their development of the material

j /' :, ,; propriety of liberal appropriations ; but debates were very interesting and the One of the most excellent features of this resources of the State by oppressive meas-
't }' when the bill was taken advantage of to certainly contrary to the hitherto under- subject was considered in all its aspects. institution is the attention, given to physical ures.Without
: ; \t stood constitutional limits. The subject of exercise and training. The boys are all pro- railroads every industry in our

i.' ; foist in a whole reticulation of insignificant education, as well as other things importantto Bev. Dr. Tucker, now of Alabama, whose ficient in military and athletic exercises, State would rot. literally rot for in Florida

H ,a, ; 1: tidal creeks and entrances, and made to em- speech at the Church Congress in Richmond and In this fine bracing atmosphere they acquire rapid transit is imperatively demanded by
; the social well-being of the people, has animadversions a fine constitution, and, have bright the perishable character of its products,
: brace all the interior rivers, so shoal and called forth many was
always hitherto been regarded as a matterof minds encased in vigorous bodies. F. which are the basis of our prosperity and
t have commercial importance present, and presented his views in a clear
to no
,! .. unnavigable as local and State arrangement.The our hopes. Every county in the State is
: .. i- ( and when year after year theseCongressional and forcible manner. Bishop Penich, of GENERAL GILLMORE'S REPORT. anxious to get a railroad through its bor-
1 ., :( of the General
,,' jobs were ,allowed to increase powers Africa, Rev. Dr. Saul, of Philadelphia, and From the annual report of General Gill- ders, for they bring a diversity of pursuitsand
'i' -, >I ; Government, it is felt, need to be restrained a division of labor.
\' ..t ,, in number, so as to almost overslough the many other gentlemen who have a special more of the river and harbor work duringthe
f rather than enlarged, and taxes reduced But my object is to deal with the assess-
',: : lJ:: .? really important and meritorious works embraced ,upon those articles of daily use and con- interest in this subject, also addressed the fiscal year ending June 30th last, we ment of the Pensacola & Atlantic Railroad.

l: ", in it, then the country began to look conference. Resolutions were adopted requesting quote the following extract as regards Flor- Admit for sake of argument that roads under -
sumption. To tax with one hand in orderto
:' '1 I,. with suspicions and distrust upon the River the general convention of the ida bar and harbor improvements : the internal improvement system are
r .; ,: distribute with the other is an expensiveand liable to taxation, or if not liable that they
Bill which seemed to be framed church to be held in Philadelphia in Octo- '
l' mad Harbor not altogether satisfactory process. INSIDE PASSAGE BETWEEN FERNANDINA AND can be exempt and other roads taxed-in

<, ,' \ :: more in the interest of politicians than that ___ u u_____ ber next, to make certain changes and mod- ST. JOHN'S, FLORIDA. violation of the constitution of the State,

'; i r : of commerce. Let these works be separated TEMPERANCE LEGISLATION. ifications in existing canons, by which the The importance of improving this passagein which forbids discrimination ; the road-bed,

a ;; t j being work of the case of a war with a maritime power is if a public highway, ought to be exempt
harbors religious organization
and graded the important coast among
.. J : :t; The Georgia Legislature is now wrestlingwith great. The work, which was suspended in from all taxation. Equitable modes of tax-
I assigned the first place, and embraced in negroes could be more effectually carried on. 1880-81 should be basis of could be readily
I the subject of local option. A bill has renewed, and when ation upon a revenue -

: ,f .:>: a i a separate bill. Then let those river im- been introduced which provides that on the The conference was followed by the an- undertaken should be on a liberal scale. devised. But the law directs differently,

.,r'p: rovements which can properly be classed nual meeting of the Board of Trustees of The total expenditures here since 1874, including and I beg to submit some facts which will
of one-tenth of the
j t application registered the aid in valuation. You
cost of survey, have been $19- tend to securing a just
; :as of public, and not merely local impor- the University of the South. The body em-
,1" 4' voters in any precinct, an election shall be 565.55. have assessed the Pensacola&Atlantic Rail-

i ;, 'tahce, be classified in a separate bill, and let ordered and the ballots shall be cast under braces the bishops of the ten Southern dio- ENTRANCE TO CUMBERLAND SOUND. road at $10,000 per mile. This placed the

_' f '.J each bill and each class of work stand on its the rules governing ordinary elections, for ceses, with one clergyman and two laymen Work here has continued in accordancewith value of a road not completed upon the day ,

f .!, own merits. from each diocese, the University being the the adopted plan. New jetties have the assessment was made, i. March 1st at i
I and If
whisky no whisky. whisky
I" $1,610,000, not including buildings and real
been built and the old ;
We have in the entrance to Cumberland common property of the ten dioceses. ones strengthenedand
1f f prevails licenses be issued otherwise estate.
t : may ; lengthened. A survey of the harborwas
':J;" ,Sound a work which may, and should, be not. It is also attempted to guard against Bishop Young the Rev. C. S. Williamsand made in April last. It shows the workto On the 31st of March, one month later, .

: considered as one of the first importance. etc. Messrs. G. RtTairbanks and D. A. Fin- be in good condition. Along the sides our total disbursements had reached the -
giving away liquors, of$2,714,646.30. As the rolling stock, ,
the of the Diocese of and near to each jetty the water has deep- sum
and trustees
9 The outlet of the St. Marys river, cou- layson are f
The plan seems to be a cumbrous one, and ened slightly and settlement has buildings and real estate are assessed separately -
nected with an inland navigation of seveal Florida. The place of Rev. Mr. Williamswas some we should deduct for these items
has been loaded with amendments. There I taken place, the north jetty being in many

.. I hundred miles, which, by a cut of a few seems to be a large majority in favor of pass- temporarily supplied by the Rev. A. : places above mean low water. The northeast $233,231.88. If the assessment is made upon

miles, would connect with an inland navigation ing the law. W. Knight, who is an alumnus of the Uni- i, storms have washed off considerable of the cash value of the road we should be
credited with 150648.43, which representsthe
: extending south to Cape Florida, and The Florida law is much more simple in versity, as is also Mr. Finlayson.The I the one stone another., especially On the south where jetty mattresses considerable lap- steamer Mobile lost at sea, amount expended -

i which already extends north to Charleston ; its operation, and much less expensive to commencement sermon was preachedon I settlement is shown at the shoals, but in on telegraph lines upon which the

; I the terminal point of a railroad system extending the State. Under the Georgia law the question Sunday, the 29th of July, by the Rt.I the deeper water at the sea end of the jetty Western the Union difference Telegraph between Company cash price paystaxes of

'' { through the State to Pensacola on Rev. Hugh Miller Thompson, Assistant there is an apparent sanding up that is sur- ,
can be brought up annually, and all prising. The estimated cost of the work is rails and spikes at the time of assessmentand :

: :, 4 the west, and soon to reach Tampa on the the expense and trouble of an election in- Bishop Mississippi, and was a very forci- $2,071,023. But $1,285.85 is now available.ST. date when bought, the amount paid for

: I south, its geographical position and natural curred. We not much ble and eloquent presentation of the innate damage to buildings and ferries in right of
are very impressed JOHNS RIVER, FLORIDA.
of which adds to the cash value
a it in the first rank of commercial dignity and responsibility of the individualman. way, none
; advantages place with the genius of Georgia lawmakers.But During the past year a small channel has upon which assessments are made.

: : t+ ports. what can be expected with a body of cut through the westward of the jetty, so We should also deduct over $100,000 paid
t : The proposed canals across Florida here two hundred and where On Monday evening the contest in decla- that the west end is about 70 feet from low for extra dispatch in building our road, an

"I ,find their natural and most convenient Atlantic over legislators, mation by University students for the water line, and lies in water about six feet item less than the matter of interest would

:) they form standing committees of twenty- Bishop Lyman gold medal, and also a contest deep at mean low water. Many changes have amounted to, had we adopted the old
I outlet. Nature }has already given us five members? have been noticed in the work here. Pelican plan and consumed a year or two more in

t to be for a prize by grammar school students, Bank has almost____ .
deepened -
} I a good entrance requiring only In most of the States where temperance i entirely disappeared- constructing our line. This reduces appar-
r ,v to give access to the largest ships of took place. The Lyman medal was won by Ward's Bank has been divided, and a new ent cash cost for taxing purposes to $2,230-:
: F conditions favorable legislation is being undertaken, the general Mr. Harris, Mississippi.. channel passes to the sea north of the south 765.99. But I claim that justice demandsstill
commerce. All the are sentiment seems to favor high licenses. In jetty. The low water line has receded near further reductions.It .

: i k to the improvement of our bar. The strong Ohio the revenue for licenses the present On Tuesday evening an address was delivered the north jetty, but near the south jetty snot cost the Pensacola & Atlantic road

,; current of the St. Marys river and the strong exceeds million and half before the literary societies of the far from where it was last year. It has $75,000 per mile to cross Escambia bay. Can
; thenarrowchannel year already a a University by the Rev. President Carlisle, of been built out in the last two months. On anyone be found who will say that the two
1 ebb tides which rush out of -
.' dollars. And under the recent legislation in Wofford College, South Carolina-a most the present sailing line there are about two miles over this bay should be assessed at
between Amelia and Cumberland islands Missouri and Illinois the revenue promisesto feet less water than there were over the bar $150,000? This great outlay brought no ad-

will aid the work of scouring out the chan- be immense. This one of two masterly discourse on the, subjectivity of last year. In December, 1882, the channelover vantage in operating these two miles. On

nel when the jetties on either side shall proves matter to mind and of mind to God. the bar began shoaling, and apparentlya the contrary, it is a detriment, involving interest -
t.r things-that high license does not check On Tuesday afternoon a spirited contestin new channel was about to cut between the on their cost and a large annual outlay -
their flow. The
.( have been raised to liquor selling or that the demand for jetties.It for repair and renewal. The same holds

; i :,, angle of incidence of the prevailing winds liquors is so great that it will bear any athletic sports took place jumping, was hoped to hasten the formation of good for the $120,000 paid for the crossingat

; .t on our coast are not unfavorable to the per- vaulting, running, etc. Numerous prize this new channel but no tug could be found Apalachicola river, and for the smaller
of license.
of the work which be done amount In Florida it certainlyhas I medals were won by the successful contest- willing to take the risk of stirring up the amounts at other streams,aggregating$502-

; r manence may checked the sale, or at least the numberof ants, one of the most accomplished of whom sand on the ebb tide. The sailing channelhas 472.90. To illustrate briefly, the road-bed ofa
1 while the stable foundation on which the vendors. been deepened somewhat, allowing ves- railroad represents its foundation.

")) jetties rest will maintain their position in- ------ was Mr. Parsons, of Florida.On sels to go out that had been detained for Suppose two men build factories under '

,, '1 l; tact. EDUCATION FOR THE NEGROES. Tuesday evening the annual contest more than 45 days previously. An attemptwas exactly similar plans and specifications, except

'f n of liberal The recent conference of the bishops, between the literary societies in original made to deepen the new channel by. that Mr. A. must blast and level a rock
:, The importance a appropriation dragging chains through the ebb with the hill before he builds while Mr. B. has a
viS laity of the Episcopal Church at orations and came off, the prizes
J! r is manifest. The rapid development of clergyand essays steam launch Ariel. By the Arid and Bur level location. Mr. A. may spend $10,000

\ : i Florida, its increasing population, its multi- Sewanee, Tenn., made a special report on being silver cups. The Sigma Epsilon society den, the United States dredge steamers, a I I securing his foundation, but when the tax

\ products of commercial importance, this subject, as follows : was successful. in winning both cups channel was formed with 5 feet of water, at assessor comes along no one would justifyhis
plying mean low water, and a width of about 200 assessing A. one cent higher than he as-
But the whole of the The
improved certainly history on this occasion. speaking was very
t demand that she shall have this seaport Church to that native feet. No increase beyond this could be ob- sesses B. So it is with railroads. All they
goes prove only by a
i I to meet the wants now clearly growing ministry can any effectual work be done good and the essays admirable.On I tained. Since then this channel has shoaled need is a foundation. If that foundation !

; for at least one first-class seaport on her among any people. And therefore the Wednesday the commencement ora- until there is only about 2.5 feet of water at runs over high trestles and expensive

,, Atlantic coast. Our thirteen feet at low Church must provide for the education of tion was delivered o'y the Hon. I.L.T.Sneed, mean low water. This has been due to bridges ; if the topography of the country
easterly winds and also to another break in requires high embankments, tunnels and
colored for the if she is
men ministry of
of the of the Court
water must be increased to twenty-one feet, young make the one Judges Supreme Ward's Bank, still further to the north. All deep excavations, which will all cost money
to any impression upon mass of
I 4 in accordance with General Gillmore's plans, this population.Your Tennessee. The subject was Iago's direc- the work during the year was done on the is this a value that should be taxed ?

: i which will give us a high-water depth on committee has heard with great tion to Roderigo : "Put money in thy south jetty. At several places it was raised Evidently not, as it is a source of danger ,

I satisfaction the statement made by the The subject of money-getting and by putting on additional courses of mat- and expense to the company and no possi- :.:
feet. purse. "'
1 the bar of twenty-seven of North Carolina to this Conference tresses and rip-rap stone. With the balanceof ble advantage. Deducting the amount,

: Florida is now the most rapidly growing Bishop touching the present encouraging conditionof money-using being treated exhaustively.On 74401.51 on hand it is proposed to con- $502,472.96, given above, from $2,330,765.99, s sit

: i j < State of the South, and needs immediate and St. Augustine's Normal School at Raleigh, Thursday the grand: commencement tinue the work of raising the south jetty I will leave you 1728293.03 as the cash
and to take further for protecting value of road and if assessed all citizensare
measures as
Carolina and would therefore exercises came off. The long procession
'I liberal to meet the demands of her expanding North ; gest
the resolutions1. it from the undermining which has been assessed, at 50 per cent. (or less), it would
for adoption following :- formed in building in the follow-
an adjoing
commerce.GOVERNMENT. Resolved, That this Conference going on during the past fiscal year. In place our assessment at 864146.56, instead
I nizes with great thankfulness that there recog-has ing order: Choristers, Clergy, Trustees, view of the emergency of the case, it is of $1,610,000.But .

AID FOR EDUCA- been already established in the Diocese of Bishops, Chancellor, Faculty, Alumni can- earnestly recommended that the sum of 1 desire to go further and insist that

I TION. North Carolina an institution for the educa- didates for degrees, Alumni candidates for $75,000 be appropriated for this work by a in assessing the road-bed of a railroad it
colored teachers and ministers special act, said sum to be made availableat should be treated as a foundation and valuedat
I Governor Blackburn, of Kentucky, has tion of which, diplomas, Gownsmen, Cadet Corps.
an early date so that operations can be what would cost to supply all the road
by its graduates already sent forth, has
'I sent out a circular inviting the Governors of the value of the instruction intellec- The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor wear resumed some time during the coming win- needs without regard to the expense inci-

I, the Southern States to hold a conference in tual proven, moral, and religious, it imparts. very handsome robes lined with silk and ter. There appears to be no doubt that dent to overcoming difficulties presented by

I }' Louisville on the 21st of September. One 2. Resolved, That in the judgment of this trimmed with ermine. The altar bishopsand the work will be left in a precarious condi- nature. The necessary grading to surface
,: I this institution is tion when the balance of the last appropriation and align and ballast a road in Florida
of the subjects to be considered is Federal should Conference be nurtured, by the united a plant efforts which of many of the clergy wear the hoods appropriate is expended under the existing contract. where rock ballast is not accessible would

aid. Probably the purpose of this conference all the dioceses in the Southern States andit to their degrees. The ceremonieswere VOLUSIA BAR, FLORIDA. cost sa-

5,000 cubic yards at 15c..................$ 750.00
united action the recommends the and the of
: is to procure on part earnestly to several dio very interesting, conferring During the past fiscal year the east jetty
I 78 4-7 tons at $45.$3,537.71
of Southern members of Congress to pass a ceses, that they shall thus join to developand degrees a very solemn and imposing cere- has been extended a distance of 16,227 feet.
it if it shall 2,800 cross ties at 22c..................... 570.00
,. bill donating public moneys for educational .*enlarge.... ,. ---.' -. seem School good, .to the. mony. Speeches were made in Latin, Ger- It was constructed of brush mattresses held Spikes and joints........ .................. 430.00

purposes. trustees cooperation of St. Augustine and; to make the to school invitesuch a man, French and English. Medals and in place in by the stone last, annual in all respects report. At as the described Laying track..........................._..... 350.00

This scheme is of Northern origin and has general institution governed and maintainedby delivered with of the
prizes were appropriate remarks beginning of last fiscal year many
united action. Total per mile.............. .........5637.71
been looked upon with a good deal of sus- such and the whole occasion was intensely piles in the river of the guide piles had been
And your committee would earnestly call knocked down or forced out of position. It must be remembered that this valuationof
J picion, although favored by some prominent attention to the fact that best results have interesting. The University of the These have all been replaced by new piling, $5,637.71 per mile is upon new track.

Southern men in Congress. The new States been attained among the colored people by South is building up for itself a high (reputation and all the clusters have been securely fastened The cross ties must be renewed every four

have all received very large land grants for the Church fulfilling the duty of the training for the good scholarship and gentle- by chains. An examination of the or five years, and the joints, spikes and rails
f { master, and that herein is a special excellence work made in April last shows both jettiesto at longer intervals, and the ballasting will
of school education its students.
the of
purposes common of the education given in St. Augustine's manly deportment stand well. A slight settlement has taken wash with every rain, making$4,000 a fair,

t the 16th section of all the public lands having that the Preachers go forth to be Teachers Quite a number of Floridians are on the place, but the work is well sanded, and appears just and proper valuation on any road in

been appropriated to this purpose. Land as well. mountain enjoying the cool mountain at- in excellent condition. The troubleor the South, whether it is encumbered with

1 grants have also been given to establish seminaries The committee suggest for adoption the mosphere, the pleasant surroundings and delay has been caused by the bar duringthe expensive tunnels bridges, heavy fills and
resolution cuts, or runs a level prairie. It is un-
following : and the of water below upon
past year, 1
t 1; and agricultural colleges. Resolved, That in the judgment of this Con- charming society, which make Sewanee so low water has at no time less than 4.7 feet. necessary to remind you that the Pensacola

The proposed money grant is to be based ference, the Day-School, free to all comers attractive in the summer season. The danger to be apprehended is that shoal & Atlantic Railroad is building up a coun-

I .j',,aI I on the scale of illiteracy, and primarily will, only on the condition that the religious Nothing more pleasant can be imaginedthan might form further out in the lake or the try which for 100 miles did not have a house
of the Church shall be of the directly on its line when surveyed. Churches -
system a part jetties might settle and need to be raised. To
at the South, go to the education of the ne- a home at Sewanee in the summer anda and
daily instruction, should be an agency of permanently secure the proposed low-water schools villages are springing up.
e (k I Ii groes. It is regarded by some as a scheme every mission among the colored people ; home in Florida in the winter. channel of 6 feet on depth on Volusia bar, In 1881 three counties on the line, almost

i to deplete the National Treasury, in orderto > and that deacons or priests will accomplishbest St. Luke's Hall, the building appropriatedto and to prevent if possible the formation ofa unknown, were assessed as follows :

lessen the pressure for a reduction of du results by the labors of the school the theological department, is a very new bar further north, will require some Walton.................. ......... ....._.......$270,186

ties. room being united with those of the pulpit. additional work. It is estimated that an ad- Holmes..........................._............ 104,992

beautiful structure of reddish free-stone in ditional sum of $6,100 will be sufficient to Washington.................................. 201,355
It is doubtful whether, in the present The Georgia Legislature has passed the the old English style of architecture, with complete the project. There is now availa --

K sparsely settled condition of the South, and I Temperance bill. towers, pinnacles and picturesque case- ble but $510.96. Total in three counties..............$576,533Ii

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Excluding buildings and rolling stock we LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.AB. S
:are taxed in these counties on our foundation -
: alone as follows: -, Commissioner's Sale. NOYES GREAT REDUCTIONIN h

Walton ..................... .................-$350,000 ,
Holmes............'............-............... 220,000 BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF, OR (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), -
decree of the Circuit Court
Washington................................... 140,000 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau County,

Total...........:..........................$710,000 Judge granted of by said His Court Honor, on James the 16th M. day Baker of, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, Spring and Summer Goods

The road-bed tax (that is the foundation) July, A. D. 1883, in the'suit of Louis A. CHOICE WINES AND LIQUOBS, HAY,GRAIN,
of the railroad alone being$133,466 in excessof Davis vs. C. J.Davis and Anna Davis, we
Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL STOCK WE
total taxes in these counties in 1881. will sell at public outcry, in front of the ,
Does not this arise above the suspicion of court-house in the city of Fernandina. Nas- Steamboat Landing; WILL CLOSE, OUT THE BALANCE OF OUR K.
discrimination and suggest an instance of sau County. Florida, on the first Monday in FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
injustice? Will such exhibits tend to t SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK AT
gross September,A. D. 1883, being the third day Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.
stimulate railroad construction in Florida? of the month, the following described real
Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in REDUCED PRICES.BARGAINS.
I will only add a few words about rolling estate, situated and being in said County of
stock. An engine new and costing $12,000 Nassau, State of Florida, that is, that por- large quantities. .
for Hazard Manufacturing
should be assessed under these considera- tion of the Orange Bluff, or James Rouse Agent Compa-
tions,to-wit: Every five years a sum equalto tract, in section number one ((1)), townshipfour ,best ny's in CHAMPION the world. BARBED WIRE-the GREAT
the cost of the engine will be spent upon ((4)) north of range ((24)) twentyfoureast AgentforB.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED:
its maintenance. Taking coaches costing and described as that portion of said PLOWS. -IN'1
5000. ten years will see them rebuilt. Boxcars tract lying westward of the ice-house and
('osting150., and platform cars costing trees blazed, the line beginning at the west- VILLE.Local Agent for BANK. OF JACKSON-33 SILKS AND DRESS GOODS
$350 will, in six years, require outlays ward corner of the ice-house and runningas ,
equaling original cost. per trees blazed to the back line of the
It requires a simple calculation to locate said tract. LAWNS, BAIGES,
the cash value of each, and if assessed as Sold for partition. Purchaser to pay for
other property at 50 per cent., the best loco- titles. .
motives would be assessed at $3,500; WILLIAM T.RUSSELL, Building 'Material SUN UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, ETC. .

coaches, $1,375; box cars. $131.25; platformcars JAMES E. DAVIS, _
$104.09; and at these figures the assess- N JACKSON MIZELL,
ment will be proportionately higher than \ Commissioners. "* IN MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND

upon any other property in the State. Fernandina, Fla., August 1st, 1883. BRICK, LIME: ., HAIR, BOYS't
the of Pensacolathat
: It is a part of history . a road was started at this city forty Commissioner's Sale. ; : .
million dollars I QLOTHUNTQ- I
A were spent. 1.
years ago.
Hails and rolling stock were brought to this BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE :
; vessels. To-day the old grade alone Hon. H. J. Baker, County Judge of
citv by Nassau County Florida, I will sell to the 9
to mark the failure due to the difficulty h
remains presented by Escambia. The Pensa- highest bidder, in front of the CourtHousedoor DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. -'VE WILL OFFER-
of Nassau County,on the first Monday
obstruction -
has surmounted this
& Atlantic
cola fatal to its predecessors. It has in September A. D.1883, the following real PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT ., GREAT INDUCEMENTS
the of Nelson Parker ,
estate belonging to estate -
it and has ,
spent a large sum to accomplish ,
deceased situate and in the -
lying being
assumed the interest on its cost, the care of
and county of Nassau and State of Florda, described a
the bridge safe
extra vigilance to keep
follows That of Little FRED W. HOYT & GO'S
of repairing and renewing it. Can as : portion ,
expenses Pine Island known as section ((47)) forty-
the State add to the burden by levy- ,
justly SECOND STREET, Near Centre.
ing a tax on the basis of its cost? Do not seven, township ((3)) three, north of range ,! J. & T. KYDD ,. t
that is contained in
((28)) twenty-eight east,
kill the that lays the golden egg !
while it is goose a gosling. Cherish internal improvements lots one ((1)), one and a half ((1k), two ((2)), HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS ,
that the State may prosper. three ((3)), three and a half ((31)), six ((6)) and Northeast Corner Centre and Third Streets,
Respectfully, seven ((7)), according to map, showing subdi-

W. D. CHIPLEY Vice-President. acres visions, more of said or less.island, containing 23 77-100 We invite your attention to our :F'ERN.E: .N: :):INn: F'L 14.. b

Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for titles.J. .
A. EDWARDS, New York Office : 38 Walker Street.

Commissioner. Crockery 1 Glassware,
Fernandina, Fla., August 1, 1883.
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AN ORDINANCE IN RELATIONTO and offer our Goods in these,lines as low as RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.MALLORYS J" ,aq 4 1

DOGS. the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of =- 1
chGy- ; B and Council of the City of Fernandina: very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, STEAMSHIP LINE 1 6

ROYAL/ -tSWo'i11 SECTION 1. That no dog shall be allowedto Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin ,
run at large in the city of Fernandina i
Chamber Sets all colors WoodenWare
f .4 without a license has first been obtained ; .k

m fix r's from the Collector of Revenue for the city, of all kinds; and Housekeeping FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
.0 i and a collar and badge obtained, such as _
may be provided by order of the City Coun- Utensils generally.
cil; such license to be due and paid for on
:z or before the first day of August each year-
one dollar and fifty cents.
; SEC. 2. It shall be the duty of the Marshal -

,, I (or police) to take up any dog runningat C. H. HTJOT, .
large, not so provided with collar and r4'
badge, and impound or take care of such -DEALER IN-
dog forty-eight hours. When the owner of
such dog can be found notice shall be given ==
by the Marshal or police, and if the owneror II
AKI$6POWDER ( any other person for them) shall procurea CIIATDLERYu:: ; ,
collar and badge of the Collector and pay I ;

!, the fees due (the Marshal 25 cents for arrest J" r
of dog and 15 cents each day for keeping the Groceries, Hardware, = ,
same), the Marshal shall turn over the dogto ,I'f
said claimant. Whenever dog not
any f
above provided for shall be seized by the DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, r' i

Marshal or police as directed, the :Marshal -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS 4 -
shall make such disposition, by sale or kill- Second Street J
Pure. ing, as may be ordered by the Mayor in his CITY OF SAN -A.NTONIO 1.{'-SO T<)NS.

Absolutely discretion.SEC. vie FERNANDINA, FLA. STATE OF TEXAS, Io43 TONS. '
3. No vicious dog shall be allowedto CA.ROTfOElL.ET, TONS. '
POWDER varies. A marvel ,,1,508 r
never run at large, with or without a badge
TIllS purity,strength and wholesomeness. and any owner that allows such a dog to go; FERNANDI-NA WESTERN" TEXAS, .../ 1,310 TONS. :}'',,
More economical than the ordinary kinds:! at large shall be liable to a fine of not exceed- 'G//! .r, aNEW
and cannot be sold in competition with the dollars F.
ing twenty-five ,on conviction before
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or the Mayor.SEC. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO YORK.

phosphate ROYAL powders.BAKING Sold POWDER only in cans.CO., nances. 3.conflicting All Ordinances with the or parts provisions of Ordi-of { STEAM]} {{ SAW]} [{ MILL]}

33 106 Wall Street, New York. this Ordinance are hereby repealed. *> ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
--- --- Passed first, second and third readings, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- ''

THE FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE and adopted, July 25. 18R3. C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
FOR FRED W. HOYT, This Line, having no Transfers between Fcrnamlina and New +
President pro tem. of Council. York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
ITQTJIETGZLjAIDIIBS.. Attest: HAS constantly on handLumber FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.

[SEAL] WI'!. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.
INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT 'r The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
Office on Second Street. vie ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. ar
on the plateau of the Cumberland Mountains the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT i
few miles from the of'the Circuit Florida. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the ,
,a University o5
South. The location presents unequaled advantages FRED W. HOYT and W. 0. JEFFREYS, WH LB ALB AND RBTAlt.o PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD '

: for health, being on the mountainand Partners as Fred W. Hoyt & Co., M H for LAKE WEIR.

free from all malaria or liability to con- versusR. O THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL I-OI TS.
D. FOX and S. L. BURNS. Partners as q
tagious diseases.All Fox & Burns. P O For freight, passage rates and schedules, or further information, apply to .
the branches usually pursued in
French Seminaries are taught, inclusive of :. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN 0 R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
Modern i issued in the Fourth Judi- FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
Languages. )+
Music is made a specialty under MADAMEDF.BAURY cial Circuit,in and for Nassau County, Flor- H rra C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
ida in suit wherein Fred W.
a teacher of very high reputation a Hoyt CD Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- '"
0. Jeffreys are plaintiffs and R. D. Fox Y
whose testimonials are from the first
musical from abroad and in this and S. L. Burns are defendants I have lev-
country.The .professors ied upon and will sell at public auction, in = A. B. NOTES, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY; ETC.
.0 a
front of the Court-House in the city of Fer- _
charges of this school are moderate.For .
nandina the first of Cr
on Monday August,
terms and circulars address
1883,being the sixth day of said month, the -DEALER IN- N
N. 1 S.W. i Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-483 GO' rf
Inferences: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer- acres. Levied upon as the property of Fox
nandina ; Dr. II. Robinson, Jacksonville; & Burns, to satisfy said judgment, togetherwith Family Supplies, it
A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24SEA interest and cost of suit. Terms cash .

purchaser paying for title.J. .
Sheriff Nassau County. *

-- Fernandina,.Fla., July 7, 1883. FINE FAMILY GROCERIESEMBRACING } EM

;'I ALL entitled to distribution of the JIr SHIP STORES, t'' g
:} estate of Wm. Marson, deceased are hereby oI NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
notified to present their claims, duly authenticated ==

'. within two years from date or the. Furniture, +
i:' ,"" .... same will be barred. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.,
YT7 ILL leave Fernandina for Savannah Paints,

T> every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday NOTICE. o Crockery, OF
mornings, arriving at the latter place 4P QUALITY.
the same evenings. WEEKS AFTER DATE WILL rnr.I1
Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- SIX to the Judge of the County Courtin Hardware, t, h ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF : f ,
nandina on Monday. Wednsday and Friday and for the County of Nassau, Fla., for .
at 8 a. m. :I letters of administration on the estate of WillowWare.r +- ;'

Deck Pass Meals $3.00 Nelson Parker deceased. -fFINE AND Ti T-

('abin" 1.00 Fernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. 6 O + -i ttt* -J-
Excursion 7.00 --

Through tickets sold to New York, Phila- Administrator's Notice. O rM THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED. ,

delphia, Boston, and Baltimore. SIX WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL ( '"
)For; tickets and state-rooms, apply at the to the Honorable Judge of the
Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. County Court for letters administration of *4 NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. .
A. MERCIER, the estate of Spicer C. Braddock, deceased. I E.r
General Passenger Agent.J. JOHN OWENS. Menu; I Low u I tit; Lnral b
N. HARRIMAN, Manager. Fernandina, Fla., July 2, 1883. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, :FLA.




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f'i"':ir:." w'r-::!t COFFEE CULTURE IN BRAZIL. the bulb barely under the surface with the vessels and put away for future use, when DR. CLARK

;:: t'; forefinger, in straight rows, say a foot apartno its quality will be found to improve with JOHNSON'S'

, ; ...t t :i r' ,JJ" 1t SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT A LEADING INDUSTRY fears of their growing; but plant aftera age. When first put in the cellar however, ;

J,J" j '" 14:,;''II 1 OF DOM PEDRO'S EMPIRE. rain ; let the drills be a foot apart. Let (the bung being tightly closed), a gimlet
1 :, the beds be prepared exactly as the seedbeds hole should be bored in the top of each for
Ii 'i, : L ,if A gentleman who traveled through the INDIAN BLOOD
r.I ;-!, ', principal coffee plantations in Brazil in 1874 with a foot path between. Don't the escape of any gas that may form therein SYRUP
i, t.,1 in tread on the beds; keep down the weeds the same to be stopped with a spigot as
: ; :: furnishes some very interesting points regard -
but down with hoe- all further indications of fermentation -
and cut soon as
grass, never a
and also
to the cultivation of coffee
; r ?
Cures all diseases of the
: Stomach
found have ceased.-Baltimore Liver
that is ruinous. The roots permeate the are to lovelKidneys
{1 ':1 : I ',f the country and climate, says the Brooklyn -
: :
,":':.: i I} ;. 'r: Eagle. He says the soil that is best to plant whole bed-to cut them is to reduce your Sun. Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to it'

r.. 411,: :.# the coffee trees in is dark brown sandy crop. Get through transplanting before ,
( Christmas. The crop ought to be ready for BAGGING OF GR.\PES.-Those who want to efficacy in healing the above named diseases
some-4f am
!, : ,:\ what similar to Ceylon, though harvesting in May. see grapes in perfection should bag them, pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to
if few bunches. We have
I',I h 1 r ': ) ; so dry and hard), is also considered to be, HARVESTING. even only a seen Jian.
Select the most advanced and matured it done years ago. but it has come into -
0 ,r : '+ excellent. The plantations are from 1,500 ;
I ; : }t plants leave the others to develop further. again, and is becoming at
the l level of the and ;
'J1, d; to 2,000 feet above sea,
t: ; Pull and leave the the The effects DYSPEPSIA.Trade
f; p ; I ,',:}:;I, are generally situated in mountainous regions up on ground, exposedto North. are really surpris- .
"j the sun, for twenty-four to forty-eight ing, as we have had experience this season.
hills and
: ,. on the side of on plateaus.The Mark.Laboratory.
t. r :
; differs hours; then, with a sharp knife cut off the Take the common paper bags used by the
G. t : size of plantations considerably
: !, :, "fJ I withered top. Don't bruise the bulb. Put grocer, tear down the sides an inch or two, AGENTSWANTED_ a
.. as they from 800 to 2,000 or 3,000
r. 1 4. range
; when full up in packages for market-not too large. ao the ends may lap over the branch, and
;' : : acres. The coffee tree grown
r r I t with Keep the onions dry. Put them under shelter. then pin them securely so as to keep out 77 West Third St. New York City.
r' 10 feet Druggists
r ,: ,' t stands from 7 to high, sell
:): it.
in small If in and in the
Don't rain.
I wet. rain water
;; ;' J; '*'. branches extending 6 to 8 feet from bottom. pack Ship moderately gets stays
: ',\'.; leaves quantities ; don't glut any one market. bag pinch out a small hole at the bottom to
il; On each branch, between two CEDARTOWN GA., June 20th
,i ; 1. every ism.
?: r.: :):J ..:;.; there is a bunch of about a dozen pods, I Take time to get your crop off New Yorkis let the water out. The bagging may be Dr. Clark Johnson:-:My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of
..0. ,1: somewhat resembling in size and form the the Bermuda, market. Try Atlanta and done at any time from early in the seasonto Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. your
, :W
: 'I I ,:, in points West after supplying Southern markets the time of coloring. The clusters are 46
edible inside which
$ ,l ;; : part of a cherry; of home. then from birds from successivesun RUDIE CANTLER.
nearer ,
t', :it :<,1 the shape of a pit, is a thin, shell-like covering VARIETIES. heat and from rains and dews. They -
I. r'
the beans of which
containing coffee
,'t "r- :. ""':.' ;','( there are two varieties, namely, a flat bean The White Bermuda matures eight to ten color beautifully, and have the rich bloomso CUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF -

: ', 'i' and the berry, so called from its similarity days earlier than the Red, and costs one- desirable in the grape ripening more per- I INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE BILIOUSNESS,1 1Jc
,: pea I
',.. 'r ;p .; to a This latter variety there is in third more. But the sellers compel the pur- fectly than when exposed. We had some DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH
: 1 ,
; 'r" limited pea. quantity to be obtained, and chaser to take a proportion of each. If we splendid: clusters of foreign grapes this sea- COSTIVENESS ENLARCED SPLEEN. COLIC &c:
t very
: ,
9 ; ::-. .I" its difference from the common flat bean is are fortunate in getting what has been or- son protected in this way.A Eev.J B.Graves,Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," R. Johnson M, D.. of Abbeville bliss\
., dered we may expect notice about 1st of J Memphis,Tenn. Bays: I received package of your U.1882, says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical
t r : J" :i said to result from the delicacy'of the tree, I Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It College and have practiced thirty-five years i
! 'l!. ."' 9 .. though the fine appearance and qualities of September. Probable price, about $4 per mother can call : "Johnnie, it's time to I works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator your medicine in my practice. It is not ocl;a good nee
pound. Public will be promptly notified |and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture. Liver Medicine",but it is a sovereign ,
r remedy fort .
: ',; the berry command a higher price. The get for three hours without makingany
: \V :;t ,r by advertisements through the Don'twrite up Rev.E.A. Huffing, Franklin.Ky. "1"1 Rev.JSiJeasley..of Saramerton
,s. t. trees are planted in rows, and on each press. impression but when the old man mediJ 82. ,
t : I Aug. 82 says: It is the best o J. Jan. says: I have sad ZeUin -
J ': !: ;: 24 feet,square a large shade tree is planted letters of inquiry ; this is all we know. steps to the foot of the stairs and shouts: J cine I have ever taken in my life. It ... 's preparation a great deal bur find
1, whicl .must have a large trunk and moderate -: Seed warranted genuine and fresh. Good John !" Johnnie takes his breakfast with j is caring me of Dyspepsia. Send me roar medicine altogether snptrior
.J" luck to the |another package. Must have it. I in its effect on the system.The best.
t ",,: ; .:" 1"'A; crown. Around the trunk of the coffee the rest of the family.-Rochester Post-Ex- Rev. J. L. Brittain, of Blountsville. Dr. S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist Memphis
/' :,' : tree a hole from 10 to 12 inches is dug, J. WOFFORD TUCKER. press. Ala..March 1882,says: 1 suffered with Tenn.,says "Have sold it 30 -'-->: my predecessor
and torpid liver and costiveness and your sold it before That this
many years me. medicine is
':h.:' r :.. in order to provide for the rain moist- """ medicine cured me. My wife has used it J good one no one can deny and that it is the a
j. ;. ; : .', ;. ure. The coffee tree produces after three THE "WHY" IN VEGETABLE How SHE SAVED HER DARLING." I shall with admirable effect for sick-headache- |genuine glmmOnSLiverMedicine'nonedaregainaayOriginal

.. '; f :" '::" years few beans but on the fourth year COOKERY. not feel so nervous again about baby's teeth- and Only Genuine. Ertafc. 1340.

', ; !i r +j'. double the quantity of the preceding, and Why should beans never be put into cold ing,*' writes a grateful mother. We almost r Put up in and 25c.bottles and SI.packages MED

,,'-; 'f s :. in five years it generally full-grown, and water to soak, as is often recommended? lost our darling from cholera infantum, but .F. SIMMONS& CO..ST.by LOUIS,MO.
d : .., ;'1 i .' yields according to its age and the soil and Because all the nutritious portion of the l happily heard of Parker's Ginger Tonic in O-L-D BY ALL DRUG 61 STS EVER Y WHrR E'

', :?,i"t \.t. climate in which it is planted. Some trees bean is extracted by the process. They time. "A few spoonfuls soon cured baby,

' ', { .. produce from 2i to 3 pounds each, and there should be washed in warm water, then in and an occasional dose keeps us in good
rl ., r., are trees yielding from 1 to 32 pounds each health.-Brooklyn Mother.
.. cold, be tied loosely in a cloth, be put into
.AY ;' ?,.. while many raise from 10 to 15 pounds a boiling water, with a spoonful of dripping COLLINS CO1 HARTFORD

>, f. -ii', piece. A large number said to have produced and a little salt in it, and, be kept boiling THE SAFEST WAY.-The safest and surest ,
11 from 1 to 10 pounds clean coffee to a ,
: for four hours. then excellent
.yr' They are to way to restore the youthful color of the hairis
J. e, q ", ::' tree. The following provinces are where serve with gravy, and not with melted but. furnished by Parker's Hair Balsam whichis Established 1826.
: ; : the principal coffee plantations are situated:
."" ter. They serve as a garnish around roast deservedly I popular from its superior clean-
"' : ,f-, :,ij ... Rio dc Janeiro, Santos, Campinas, St.: Paulo mutton or beef, and are excellent when liness.! .
: and Minas. In Santos the country is
I"t,1 very served whole To make
as a or as a puree.
.t r: ': : ,"", fine, and railroads have greatly improvedthe I the latter, when the beans are done throw Eyes brighten l cheeks become rosy, muscles -

.;L, t., ,:; them instantly into cold water, when the gain strength, by the use of Brown'sIron
t :: TRANSPORTATION OF THE COFFEE skins will slip off. Rub the beans througha Bitters.
1 l 'I ;J' from the interior to the coast. One of the colander and mix a lump of butter with
per : them. A little stock or milk or cream is .
: excellent mixed in. Professional and Business Cards.

j' t r ,' gan to extend their operations through the Why should plenty of fast boiling water
r province\ liberated a host of hands those
: ; be used in
boiling vegetables, potatoes ex- E. LEROY JONES M.D.
; t! ;; r; who were formerly engaged in mule driving cepted? Because the greater the body of ,
i-J '1 were then employed in the cultivation oft --
\ : f boiling water the greater the heat. If only
:) 'ti; coffee on the plantations. The Santos coffee a little water be used, the whole affair soon ,
1 j is used very largely in Europe, and is of a
q cools and the vegetables become
tough, so
Fourth St. between Centre and Alachua
k somewhat milder flavor than other Brazil
: :
: \ much so that no length of time in boiling
r, ? _t;? coffees. The province of Santos produces them will render them otherwise. Broccoli
i'. j :, .: from 1,000,000/ ()( 2,000,000 bags of coffee. sprouts in April, if properly cooked by boil- MANUFACTURERS
\"'t' ; Some idea of the immensity of these in<* them for eight minutes in boiling water
!t 1 : plantations be inferred when it is stated Calls answered promptly day or night,and
.C' may
will be tender as marrow ; but, if not properly furnished OFPicks
Medicine without extra
: I : r: that this in there charge.
on plantation question are
done hours will not cook them. Axes Hatchets
Office hours :-a. m. until 8 ; p. m. 1 to 2 ,
said be about
1: .}{'. l ; T; to 380,000 including nearly Why should onions be always cut in and 7 to 8. 22 ly*
trees from 1 to 3 old.
1 : t. years round and very thin rings? Because the ,

""\ ,; The railroad facilities are very effective in fibre is thus cut across, and in so cutting AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
i : bringing the coffee to market, and the gradual them, whether for frying or for makingsauce IE1. ANSLEY7

', ':;i'I,.! II olition of slavery in the Brazils is they are rendered very tender when TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
{)i. 1 ;, t' doing I of the staple production. Since September. the neither of the three should be 1
l L ; 1871, all {iildren born in the kingdom are split or cut in any other way. b ,

.: I -.t free, thoth the government agrees that Why should vinegar for pickling with Q.s Of all sizes and prices from $5 ta $33. Also, Plowing Machines.
I i ?i their service? up to the age cf 21 shall belong never be boiled? Because boiling takes all -
., ::t to the fazent>,., or planter, who, by good the strength from it. Whatever vegetablesare Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &c.,

I :c treatment, exacts! to retain their future services to be pickled, should first be made soft ', by writing to the makers,

t' ir+ for a fair lejnuneration. with boiling water, strong with salt, and (;t;):: COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.
The province pf Minas, another large then be well drained and the vinegar poured
coffee-producing, n, has an area of 200-
.I I
< 000 miles' with about from over.Why STOVES TIN-WARE ETC.
L square fore should two ounces of salt and a 'bit ,
t :; j, 1,500,000 to 2,000, J J of inhabitants (the of washing soda always be put in the waterto South side Centre St., near the Depot.

,' t td r. ,, best populated district in Brazil) and boil greens in? Because the salt crisps FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND W. P. STREETY, I Q ULBSMILLIONS
I A MOST SALUBRIOUS CLIMATE. the greens and flavors them, and the soda \

+l The elevation is about 2,000 to 2,300 feet,and extracts the oil, which is greatly injuriousto MADE TO ORDER. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, I
E '' ; coffee trees, after six years' growth, average the digestion.-Germantown Telegraph.
from about 1J to li pounds per tree, which 1 All work warranted. FERNANDINA, FLA. .r
"ta :'' is much below St. Paulo although on some OF THEMFor
., i, : ;,i plantations they have yielded upward of 15 GRAPE WINE. Will. B. C. DURYEE, I

1 I. pounds per tree. In Minas but little fertil- In the first place, the grapes must be per- ,, FLORISTS and

: ization is used, and trees are planted from fectly ripe, it being better to let them hangon COMMISSION MERCHANT, ,,., '. AMATEURS.Dutch .
10 to 11 feet apart to the square, and when the vines a week or so after maturitythan GENERAL in r. !

f '' full grown are from 7 to 10 feet high. The not to be ripe enough. They will then CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, 4 French Bulbs Bulbs Japan ,

y ? soil is mostly of a reddish nature. Minas, contain all the sugar the variety produces .)?Jr J Bulbs.American Bulbs. Also ;'
.f 1 which contains' some splendid views and without a sufficiency of which there will be FERNANDINA, FLA. 4'' 4, : i PlantaforOreenhousea
picturesque places, together with its tropical neither flavor nor aroma to the fruit nor !r ti I 'w 1 and Window GardecB. (

plants, is well worthy of a visit! by the tour- strength to the wine. After the grapes have Hay, ,Corn, Oats ',. Y ut 7a I BEAUTIFUL HIRAMSIB1EY&CO.8XXD6MXH.
::51I1 I :, ist. Among the great plantations of Brazil, been gathered, they should be picked over Catalogue .

rg which have a world-wide reputation, thatof and mashed, taking care that no steel or JAMES JIcGIFFIN, LW Yn FREE I BochesterN.L&ChicagoP1DOW'S .

,. ,;: the Frazenda St. Anna, belonging to the iron implement or vessel be used or allowedto _. .
*I "j Baron de Rio Bonito, is said to be the best come in contact with the grapes. After CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, '1 ---- --- -- -' -- -- --

w t'1 conducted and most profitable estate in the being mashed, the most important thing is aSTOVES' '

: N province of Rio Janeiro. The proprietorowns to get them to ferment as soon as possible. Alachua Street between Second and Third, --
.,r four plantationsde closely lying together and to do which the mashed grapes shouldbe JAMAICA GINGER CORDIAL ::

i v.t and containing several millions of trees. put in a fermenting tub or vat, and the FERNANDINA" FLA. !

*JrJi w ,I Every department and every detail connected temperature raised to about 68 degrees :NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTKAtt :
4 _'' with it is very systematically arranged I (Fahr.) by placing warm water in tin cans Orders and estimates from a distance care- HEATERS RANGERS. I' IS but contains all the medicinal proper ;

x and the labor is, therefore, made I set in among the must." As soon as the fully attended to. 25-tf I ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. J' ':

more productive and with very few hands. I above temperature is reached, the tub shouldbe TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE is very pleasant to take, and
:.r''it;sv The number of laborers employed on this covered over with a piece of clean car- LOUIS A. C. LANGE,

:, : estate i is estimated at 1,000 including men, peting or canvas. In less than twenty-four ROOFING AND GUTTERING, CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,
; c;,. women and children. hours fermentation will commence and increase UPHOLSTERER,
From Brazil, which is one of the finest I so rapidly as to cause the pomace to -:\ PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. COLDS, CHILLS CRAMP COLA

n f t4;t ." countries in the world, and which producesthe rise above the sides of the vessel containingit Foot of Centre Street, DIARRHCEA, DYSENTERY,
largest crop of coffee, the United States ; but which must be kept down by the application A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
,. is said to have imported in 1882 over 2,500-I of weights. After the fermenta- FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. call, and compare my prices with those of PAINS in the Stomach: and Bowel

i 000 bags. Four years ago the estimated area tion has sufficiently subsided to admit of it, other houses, here or elsewhere.
x Furniture repaired in the best manner. and MALARIA by warming and stimulat:
of acres under cultivation was 1,500,000, the whole mass should be well stirred up '
f about bottom to covered and Hair Mattresses made to order at short ing the Stomach and Bowels into a health?
i.ti which annually produced 5,000,000 from top, again up, BOOTS AND SHOES. 1
t ; : bags of coffee, though at the present time ofwriting allowed to remain so for twenty-four hours notice. 36 action. Sold by

Brazil, it is said, produces annually longer, by which time the wine will all PALMER BRO'S,
w K about 7,000,000 bags and a vast area under have settled below the pomace on top. The DR. W. E. SNYDER, Jl:1.r TilE NEW STORE. Centre Street, Fernandina, FlaS .

t ; cultivation. wine is then drawn off and put into casks- f *Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA
filling each about two-thirds full. The 8rn w GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
:s \ W. F. WOOD, Jr., r S 2'2
ONIONS. pomace is then immediately pressed, giving ge I without peppei.
a it; three cuttings and turnings during the -
TIIEIR CULTIVATION AS PRACTICED IN THE BERMUDA operation, and four different pressings, and 8 { Proprietor, }} :E I O. S. OAKES

ISLANDS. the liquid then divided equally among the ) I I IC
casks (if there be more than one) containingthat Y CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
SOWING SEED. which was previously drawn off; The W --- > Cr >

Prepare beds, raised a little on flat or wine from these pressings contains more 4 MANUFACTURES

r low ground but not raised much on dry color, more sugar and more tannin than the ? a: : DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF
:, land. Cultivate deep and fine and make first drawing off, and the union of the two SIZES.
the beds rich with well-rotted compost, or is, therefore necessary to make good wine. OPERATIONS FIRST-CLASS; 20 years' ALL
other good fertilizer. Make the beds four Care, however, should be taken that the fermentation ; charges reasonable. Sets s s Post Office Box 174. _*-13HO :
) ,
; feet broad ; have foot-paths between the in the fermenting tub be as of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and jan4 Fernandina-

beds. Sow in drills say a foot apart, as speedy as possible to effect which it may be every set warranted to fit or money refunded. ANDS

thinly as you can ; pack the ground a little necessary to increase the temperature to 70 Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and Sr FOR TilE BEACH

after sowing. If the sun is very hot and degrees-the idea being that the swifter and made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand MOONLIGHT DRIVE

the weather dry, shade the beds and waterat more violent the fermentation the stronger, advice free and willingly given. 10 AND _

night until the tender germs get well more highly-flavored and desirable the :IIFernandina :: The three elegant Omnibuses of McGinn*

started then the plants are very hardy. wine. W. K. BAUKNIGIIT, I & Rawson can be secured for private patties
Sow at any time from the 10th of Octoberto As the fermentation in the casks goes on, : AGENT, reasonable terms at hour,either
C> CC > I on very any
1st of November-no advantage in sow- the seeds and feculent matter work out at WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL .
day or night.
ing earlier. Keep the weeds and grass out. the bung, and therefore the casks must be I 26 McGINNIS & RAWSO .
About the 15th of December will.be time to replenished daily with other of the liquor BUTCHER AND AKDDealer STOCK DEALER, > -j }. EJJ3 I ---
TRANSPLANT.The reserved for the purpose. When all signs
To Rent.
Bermudians insist that it pays to of further fermentation have left, the casks in Ice Sanborn's Stores,

transplant, and not leave the onion in the may be bunged up tightly and set away in TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTYBROOM : {j Cor. Centre & Third. } S Apply The property for particulars known to as

seed bed. When the bulb is as large as a some cool place there to remain until the STREET WHARF, A. B. NoTEs

goose quill, then transplant. Crop off the month of January or February, when the 15-tf.
long roots, or pinch them off. Just press wine should be racked off into other clean. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. ,- THE NEW STORE. Fernandina Jnly


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

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

kind in tins or any section, if you keep your Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley. New Troy. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM. Central and Western Railroad.

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

order. There is no medicine known Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. P. Byrd Tallahassee.Sheriff = most Economical Hair pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 _
that does this as surely as Parker's Ginger Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-'Vm. Dressing.Nmr West Bay Street.
Tonic. It will keep your blood rich and Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH -A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Fails to Restore W. M. DAVIDSON,
and give you good health at little cost. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. the youthful color to grey General Manager,
pure Schools Henry N.Felkel !lair. sizes
Superintendent of SOC $x at
column. Jacksonville Fla.
See other Spring Term- Taltahassee. .lruggv.ts.! ,
Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Tallahassee. WILLIAM 0. AMES: ,
WELCOME.-What makes Floreston Trea.surer-J. Demilly }Florfston Cologne. Gen'l Passenger Agent,
WHY Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-
Cologne welcome on every lady's toilet Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in -' '" A to..":and rxmMiniily Ira- Jacksonville, Fla.j. .
table" is its lasting fragrance and rich, hassee. I pnu>t ami li-nu: p rfum.. s. MCELROY,
Assessor of Taxes G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Puce Si u.l 7k.
flowery odor.Remember ._ Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Master Transportation,
Tallahassee Fla.TIME .
if you want health and strengthof Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in LEVY COUNTY.
mind and muscleuse Brown's Iron Bitters. March. County Judge W. H. Sebring, Bronson; CARD
Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.
Fall Term- OF THE
Post-Office Notice. Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.
Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR .
8:00 in October.
Office Jourl-From A. M. to 7:00 p. M. Marion, 3d Monday
Revenue-J. Ira Gore Cedar
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Key.Superintendent Collector. of A Pure Family Medicine that Never Intoxicates.! RAILROAD i .
4th in November. AND
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. Levy, Tuesday of Schools-J. B. Menden- If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in overwork mother down household FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday-) November. hall, Bronson. duties or try a PARKE-R'S run GINGER by TUNIC family or -

Arrives................ 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.-... 7:30A. M. and 9:30: A. M. Spring Term- County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- by mental strain or anxious cares do not GOING SOUTH.

Transit & Peninsular Railroad Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS. take GINGER intoxicating TONIC. stimulants, but use PARKER'S Leave Fernandina.....................11.00 a.m.

Arrives. 5:50: P. M. Volusia, 3d Monday in February. M. Hankins, Madison. If you have Dyspe b. Rheumatism, Kidney or Leave Hart's Road....................11.40 a.m.

Closes .... 7:30 A. M. Brevard, 1st Monday in March. C'lerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Urinary Complaints, or if you are troubled with any Leave Callahan.......................... 12.40p.m.
Jacksonville, South and West Florida- Dade, 3d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, disorder of the lungs.stomach.bowels.blood or nerves :Leave Dutton....................... ..... 1.07 p.m.
Fall Term- Madison. you can be cured by PARKER'S GINGER TONIC. Leave Brandy Branch ................. 1.22
and 6:05 p.m.
Arrives.-. : A. M. : p. M. Orange, 2d Monday in August. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. If you are wasting away from a:ge, dissipation or Arrive Bald win........................... 1.45
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. GINGER from TONIC the at first once dose; it will but will invigorate intoxicate.and build Leave Maxville.......................... 2.35 p.m.
...... 4:00 Mad- up never
M. Wadsworth
Closes Sunday- p. 2d Monday in November. Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Iou saved hundreds of lives it may save yours. Leave Highland........................... 2.56 p.m.

St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mail ison. HISCOX A: CO., IA1 Wilma: St.. New York. lOco sad Leave Lawtey ............................. 3.12p.m.
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: P. M. County Officers. MANATEE COUNTY. ctIIe dollar .i:
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. ALACHUA COUNTY. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE. Arrive Starke.............................. ...........

St. Mary's and Dungeness- Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Leave Starke .............................. 3.36 p.m.
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A.. S. Watson Pine Level. Leave Thurston ........................_ 3.48p.m.
Arrives. Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown .PATENTS obtained for new inventions Arrive Waldo............................. 4.10 p.m.
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, or for improvements in old Leave Waldo.............................. 4.20 p.m.

Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00: A. M. Sheriff-John W. Turner, Gainesville. I Popash. ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand Leave Gainesville....................... 5.06p.m.

Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne. Superintendent 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.............................. 5.36 p.m.

Money Orders and Registered Letters from Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m.
to 1:00 and from 2:00: p. M. ville. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- i Leave Bronson ...... ..
9:00 A. M. p. M.; F. Marshall Ocala. .................. 6.21 p.m.
to 4:00: p. M. Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, County Clerk-Robert Judge-Samuel Bullock Ocala. ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- I Leave Otter Creek....................... 6.51 p.m.

SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M. Gainesville. Crutchfield, Ocala. NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- Leave Rosewood.......................... 7.30 p.m. '
BAKER COUNTY. Sheriff A.. B. ents in less time than those who are remote Arrive Cedar Key: ....................... 80.2 p.m.
GENERAL DIRECTORY.United Assesstor of Tares-Thomas Barco, Cotton from Washington.When .
D. Davis Sanderson.
County Judge-It. NORTH.
Plant. Inventors send model sketch
or ,
Slates Officers.LAND 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.

SJieriff 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.We Leave Archer.............................. 9.25a.m.

Sltrveyor-General-Malacln Martin, Talla- Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. refer by permission to the City Post- Leave Batton .............................. 9.42 a.m.
hassee. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. master, and to the Superintendent of the Leave Arredondo ........................ 9.57 a.m.

DISTRICT COURT. Olustee. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Leave Gainesville......................10.24 a.m.

Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney Jr. ington. For special references circular,service Arrive Waldo.............................11.13 a.m.
Jlrslwl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. terms, etc., addressC. Leave Waldo........................... ..11.25 a.m.

Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. tlerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Walter C. Maloney A. SNOW & CO., Leave Thurston.........................11.54 p.m.

INTERNAL BEVENCE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr. 'Vest.Superintendent. Opp.Patent Office. Washington.D.O.: 2tf Arrive Starke.............................. .............
Taxes-N. C. Lake Key Leave. Starke............. ..
Assessor of Wainwright, Schools--J. V. Harris ...............12.15p.m.
of ,Key
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Butler. West. HORACE DREW, Leave Temple's.........................12.24 p.m.

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

John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. dina. Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.05 p.m.

Joseph Hirst Cedar Key. BREVARD COUNTY. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. School Books and Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.30 p.m.
Orange WrapsNOW
County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.55 p.m.
Slate Ofllcers.i Point. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- A SPECIALITY. Leave Dutton ?........................... 3.15p.m.

Clerk-A.. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. Leave Callahan........................... 4.05 p.m.
i t EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Assessor of Tores Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Jj1J'- Liberal discounts to Teachers and Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.50 p.m.

': Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. gianna. nandina. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.25 p.m.
l LieutenantGovernor-Livingston W. Bethel Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Orlando Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- application. Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR .

. Key West.Secretary Orange county.Superintendent botham, Callahan. 59 W.. BAY STREET,

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

lahassee Grange. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando. DIVISION.
O)1nptroUer'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. CLAY COUNT: Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. RAILROADS. GOING SOUTH.

Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid. Leave Waldo Junction................ 4.18 p.m.

Attorney-Gencral-George. P.ItaneyTallahassee. Park. Assessor of Taxes-James. M. Owens, Fort FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Dixie.............................. 4.40p.m.

Commissioner! of Lands-P.. White. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove Reid Fla.Collector. I Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57: p.m.

Tallahassee. Springs.SheriffJames. of Revenue-Richard H. Marks, FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN n. R. Leave Lochloosa.......................... 5.1" p.nl.

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

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

Collector of Revenue Wm. S. Plummer, PUTNAM COUNTY. \j road and its connection will run as fol- Leave Ocala..............................._ 7.00p.m.
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Maxville. Judge of Prolate-B. Harrison, Palatka. lows : Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m.
(Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, fJ/erk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka. Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m.
Middleburg. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. WESTWARD.No..
see.ClerkR. 1'0.1.
C. Tallahassee. GOING NORTH.
COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Accom. Mail. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m.
Judge W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Collector of Rct'emle-Joseph Price. Jacksonville.......
County City. Leave 7.30 p m 1.30 p m Leave Lake .
Weir .
Building Jacksonville. Station. ...... ... 7.25
Clerk John Vinzant Jr. Superintendent of Public Schools J. 'V. ........... a.m.
Lake City. Arrive Baldwin 8.45 p m 2.14 p in Leave Ocala....... .... .
SUPREME COURT. .. .................. 8.30 a.m.
J. W. Strickland. .......
Lake Lake ..
C/iiffJtistice.-E. M. Randall Jacksonville. Sheriff Perry, City. City. 1.10am 4.53 pm Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m.
Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Live Oak..3.15am 555pm Leave Anthony Place:................. 9.15a.m.
Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr., Tallahas Collector Taxes-J. L. Parish Madison ............
of Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. 5.25 am 7.42 pm Leave ... .
Orange Lake .......... ....... 9.43 a.m.
see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry. Drifton............... 7.20am 9.05pm Leave Lochloosa................... .....10.10a.m.

Jacksonville. Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. )Ion ticello......... 9.35pm Leave Hawthorne........................10.29 a.m.
DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin Tallahassee......... 905am 10.30pm Leave Dixie........... ....
Clerk-0. H. Foster, Tallahassee. .. ..............10.47 a.m.
Leave Tallahassee. .
County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Perry. 10.45pm Arrive Waldo Junction..... .........11.10 a.m.
CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Arrive Quincy .............11.05 a m 12.00 pm
First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox Perry. Chatta. Rh.er..12.10 p'm 1.00 a m Trains daily, except Sunday.

sacola. Sheriff Uriah Bowden Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee Perry. Leave River Junction... 1.10 a In
Second Circuit-David S. .Walker, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. Arrive Marianna.......... 2.41 a m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

JOHN'S Pensacola........... 9.30am GOING SOUTH.

Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. ville.Collector of Rct'enue-Ioses J. Brown COUNTY. Montgomery..... 8.50pm Leave Fernandina...... 7.15
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Jacksonville. County Judge M. R. Cooper, St.. Augus- Mobile............... 4.25pm 2.00p.m. p.m.
tine. Leave Hart's Road.. ... 2.35p.m. 7.48 p.m.
ville.Fifth Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- New Orleans...... 10.15pm Arrive Jacksonville.... 8.45
Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- sell Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Houston............ 6.50am 3.37p.m. p.m.
ville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine GOING NORTH.

Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St. EASTWARD.No.. No. 2. Leave Jacksonville..... 7.30a.m. 4.15 p.m.

Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Accom. Mail. Leave Hart's Road..... 8.30 a.m. 5.20 p.m.

Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.25am 3.00pm Arrive Fernandina..... 9.05 a.m. 6.00 p.m.

Court Calendar. Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.Superintendent. Baldwin............. 6.50am 2.02pm Trains double daily except Sunday.

Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. of Schools-C. F. Perpall, Lake City............ 3.00 a m 11.38 a m SUNDAY TRAINS.
FIRST CIRCUIT. Collector of Revenue W. H. H. McLeod St. Augustine. Live Oak............ 1.25am 10.37am i
Fall Term- Columbia SUMTER COUNTY. .. Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.00a.m. r
County.Superintendent Madison ..... .. 9.12am
Santa Rosa 2d Monday in October. Schools 11.05pm Arrive Fernandina...:..................10.25a.m.
of -Joshua H. Rob- County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy Leesburg Drifton............... 9.05pm 7.30am
Walton, 4th Monday in October. erts Ancrum. Clerk-Thomas Leave Fernandina........................5.00p.m.
J. Ivey Leesburg. Monticello ....... 8.00 a m
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday J. S. Arrive Jacksonville...................... 6.25 p.m. kl
in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sheriff Dyches, Leesburg. Tallahassee....... 7.15pm 6.05am
Assessor Taxes-G. Leave Tallahassee ........ 6.38
of P. Wall Webster. p 115.55 a m
Washington 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson Brooks-
in October. ville.ClerkJ.. Collector of Revenue-J. R.' G. Hamilton, Arrive Quincy............. 5.20 p ra 4.45 a m CONNECTIONS
Sumterville. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 3.45 t.
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in C. Law, Brooksville. p in a m
Superintendent School A. C. Clarke Arrive River Junction.. 3.10
October. J. B. Mickler Brooksville. of *- a m AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
Sheriff Sum terville. Marianna.......... 1.39 a m
E-icambia. Monday in December.This Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks-. With New York and Fernandina Steam- '
SUWANEE Leave Pensacola........... 7.15pm
act amended section 2 of act of February ville. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8
10 1879 and does not the Collector Revenue-F. County Judge-:\!. M. Blackburn, Live Leave Montgomery..... 8.30 a m
change of M. Townsend 6.15
a.m.,11.35 a.m., or p.m.; and for New
Oak. Leave Mobile........:.._. 2.00pm
Spring Term. Brooksville. York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.or .
Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m
Clerk Robert
A. Reid Live Oak.
Superintendent Schools D. H. 5.50 .
THIRD CIRCUIT. of Thrasher
Sheriff-John R. Sessions Live Oak. Leave Houston:: ........... 6.15pm p.m.With
Spring Term- Fort Dade. Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
Assessor of Taxes W. H. Sessions Wel- Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily
April.Madison Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOBOUGII COUNTY. born. except Sunday. nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .

County Judge-H. L. Crane SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. CALLAHAN.To .
2d Monday in April. Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Robert. F. Allison,
Hamilton, 4th Monday< in April.Smvanee Clerk---Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak. SLEEPING CARS Madison to Pensacola. and from Savannah and Charleston at

1st Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones CONNECTIONS. 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.

in April. Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Live Oak. : ,. At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
( Collector of Revenue-W. F. Buns, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY. : No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for
.olumbia,3d after 4th
in April. Monday Monday Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson County James Chandler all points North and East; with the Fernan- To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m.AT .
Judge- H. Enter-
Tampa. dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan HAWTHORNE,
Lafayette 6th after 4th prise.
Tuesday Monday
in April. JEFFEBSON. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m.and 2.40
the St. Johns River.
Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. p.m.
At Baldwin No. 1 and 2 with Florida
Taylor, 1st Tuesday'after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter by AT WILDWOOD.
Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville
October.Madison Clerk W. C. Bird Monticello. -
prise. With Stage Line to and from rooksville-
2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan De- Gulf, Ports.Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all and Tampa daily except Sunday.

Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Land. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
At Live Oak with the Savannah Florida
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw, & Western Railroad. daily except Sunday.AT .
in October.
Enterprise. At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch CEDAR KEY,, FLA.,
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon WAKULLA COUNTY. Railroad
and Sat
October. ticello. on Tuesdays Thursdays Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. urdays. for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp.
Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham Wau-
m Lafayette October., 6th Tuesday.. after 4th Monday keenah. Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville. At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa m.; for Tampa and Manatee Monday and
Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Friday.

FOURTH CIRCUIT LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval, sacola Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
'Spring TermSt. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville. and all points in the West, Southwest and West and Havana Saturday 4
every m.
John's 2d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. County Treasurer-TV. W. Walker, Craw- Northwest-forming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.p. ;
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.
QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates
Rradford. 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New C'ollectoroJ Relenue-W. H. Walker,Craw points; and with the Central and People's etc., apply to

Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A. MAcDONELL
!Nassau, 3d Tuesday: in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw- Apalachicola and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor Gen] Ticket and Pass. Agent.,

Duval, 1st Tuesday in 31 ay. Troy. fordville. Columbus and Eufaula. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 12


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Kt: : jl THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Florida is to blame for all this we fail to see. across the Sacramento river with his clotheson. -

r THE HOME NINE VICTORIOUS IN FIVE INNINGS. When he failed and went under, his
I. '. I i -.I Callahan, though not a place that one
i Wi d : YEAR FOR SIX MONTHS The game of base-ball in this city, be- opponent clapped his hands in great glee,
: ; fi.OO A ; $1.00 would naturally choose to lie over at, is not but suddenly turned pale and staggered.The .

rr' !t'f", t. 'liP 4.. :' t't tween the above two clubs, came very near so deficient of accommodations as one wouldbe drowning man had the stakes in his

f'i .' : ,1 1- .:, t J. Reflections. being a failure, on account of the inclemency led to believe from the lady's letter. The pocket.-Burlington Free Press. PLAIN
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of the weather. The Brunswick club
, : !, .' ':'''.' Booth House, though not furnished in city

ii; ;: .,'.f:';1 ; The School Board for Nassau county met accompanied by a large excursion party, arrived style, has good home-like accommodations, Range of ThermometerFOR

t? W'l 1 \ '.1 : this week. here Wednesday, the day for which THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, AUGUST 10,
j1.r. ?. .I' '1' 1If... and presents an inviting appcaraiu-e. The HORSEY'S TRUTHS
the had been It continued DRUG STORE.
,' "::: ..)>', A new Republican paper is shortly to be game arranged. editor of the Times-Union, to whom it seemsa
r P }I' .j! raining 'so bard, however, all day that i it .
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ti a ;; !J'r' .. started at Ocala. copy of the paper was sent also, has an- ;: =;: : :;:
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to The Brunswickclub .j'
; was impossible play.
1\ ;t i' 1 it.- 4: Mr. Meddaugh city tax-collector, has aPpointed swered the letter very fully. We quote I Ii y: The blood is the foundation of
concluded to stay over until Thursday, I Ir- r
-4 t e:) c:) life, it circulates through
Mr. Hugh Boring his deputy. him : every part
r. l. .'i1. ) :: : in the hope of fair weather, but rain showers The trouble with our "homesick Northerner of the body, and unless it is pure
I Saturday..._Aug. 4 80 90 90 87 y.
: : ;. : ; :'; 'j:: a During Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday continued all Thursday morning, and no doubt is that she compared the Sunday.............5 79 90 89 SEe and rich, good health is impossible.If .

;.., .; ..:., ;f' ?!: .! of this week, the rainfall was 3.91 inches. they decided to return home. The little primitive discomforts of Callahan with the Monday ............ 6 7 7 88 87 861 SEe disease has entered the system

'I't t :.:. I Owing to the inclemency of the weather steamer Egmont, chartered to carry them luxurious conveniences of old and wealthy Tuesday............. 7 78 90 84 SEe the only sure and quick way to drive
; > cities like Milwaukee and Madison. This is Wednesday........ 8 76 80 186 78 SEe it out is to purify and enrich the
:. f M: ";:... ;:: the City Council did not meet Wednesday home, was ready to start when the clouds'began a very common blunder, and it is certain Thursday......... 9 77 81 80 80 E. blood.

..i.; '." ,I.., ),. last. to break, about 1 p. m., and the sun that the writer has traveled verv little in Friday ...............10 78 82 84 80 I E. These simple facts are well
I "' .1 1 ,' ,.;;t made occasional Not to be her own State, or Callahan would not have known and the
" : ./ ', ': ', Mrs. B. M. Downie left this week for a an appearance. highest medical
\ impressed her as a novelty.
f.. ;'ftI 1 /r.; '.tr.-: ; two-months'soJourn among her friends in disappointed in playing the game, they held' Next among her grievances is the heat, JIARLYE.Port iron authorities will restore agree that the blood nothing but ,
to its
t : ':y the Northwest. out extra inducements to the captain of the and here we must say that she was unfortu-
f .t., t. ... '. ; "' boat and came back to the city, announcingtheir nate not only in the place from which she of Fernandina.HIGH natural condition ; and also that w
I, .. Tucker J. T. and A. T. I all the iron hitherto
M, !. .x( :t. W. Bailey Epees I derived her first impressions, but in the WATER. preparations
'I ; t' 'r r .i Williams, left for the Catskill Mountains readiness to play. time of her arrival. In Wisconsin and the Saturday, Aug. 11...... 1:24 A.M. 1:55P.M. made blacken the teeth, cause head

I : ',1 ';.",' on :Monday last. About 3 o'clock the clubs went to the Northwest June is spring month, and nextto Sunday, 12...... 2:19" 2:48": ache, and are otherwise injurious.
t : ,: grounds. The water from the continuousrain October is the most delightful month of Monday, 13...... 3:15: 3:46: BROWN'S IRON BITTERS will thor-

1't." I: ;,: Governor Bloxham has appointed Thomas had collected in deep puddles in the the year. Herein Florida June is not onlya Tuesday, 14...... 4:11: 4:43: oughly and quickly assimilate with
, .
'1.:1': :,;i f.' *f, J. Peterson, of Brandy Branch, a justice of summer month, but is usually the hottest Wednesday, 15...... 5:07": 5:40: the blood, purifying and strengthening -
diamond and although efforts madeto
I' were month of the At its worst however '*
:. t the for Nassau county. year. Thursday, 16...... 6:02": 6:32: it, and thus drive disease from
. .; : t...:. peace dry the bases and the pitcher's ground, the heat is less unbearable than the mid- "
.. '0"5 \ Friday, 17...... 6:56": 7:23 any part of the system, and it will
5 :e- : :: Mr. :M. S. Payne, of Marion, who has the field remained very heavy, and it was summer heats of the West. This we can not blacken the teeth, cause head-

. : <:< spent some time at the :Mansion with his exceedingly difficult to play. Some very certify demonstrated from personal experience, but facts it is ENTERED. ache or constipation, and is posi-

,t .:: ;:-" J : :.: relatives, returned home to-day. ludicrous accidents happened, and the whose accuracy more cannot conclusively be impeached.The by Aug. 6-Sch. Silas C. Evans, Sylvanus, tively not injurious.
New York etc. A. B.
:Mr. W. E. Snyder, the dentist, is erecting splashes of the dirty water in running the facts are that in either of the cities of Noyes. ; hay, to

:: s a two-story dwelling-house at the southeast bases played sad havoc with the neat uni- Milwaukee from sunstroke or Chicago in there single are summer more deaths than 11 7-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah Saved his Child.

of Alachua and Sixth streets next to form of the clubs. any with freight and
: { < corner have occurred in Florida from the same pas- 17 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore )Id.
-1.t --:.> the residence of Judge Baker. Play was called at 3:42: with the Fernan cause since the toiling coral insects lifted its 41 sengers, to C. A. Haley. Feb. 12, i88o.
{ 7-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder 1,680 Gents:Upon the recommendation
reefs above the
made examination of dinas to the bat, and they scored two runs. sea. New York with of friend I tried
..: The divers who an All such tons, ; freight a BROW 'S
comparisons are comparatively
Contrary to precedence they whitewashedthe and R. W. South- IRON FITTERS as a tonic and re.
1 ," to
, i ir the boilers" of the steamship City of Austinlast worthless, however. The desirableness of passengers storative for my daughter whom
: :'';. week report them in good condition, visiting club in the first inning. Here- anv locality as a place of residence is to be 9-S. wick P. St., agent.Nicholas 1 was thoroughly convinced was
tofore the game was principally lost by: themin judged not only by its extremes but by the Fitzgerald, Sa- wasting away with Consumption.
; effort will be made to raise them.
'- ;: and an vannah ; with freight and passengers Having lost three daughters by the
of its conditions and affirm
the first two when would average ; we
: innings, they to C. A. Haley. terrible disease uii.r! the care LI
j; Fifteen of the striking longshoremen returned without fear of disproof that men and women .
eminent physici.-i1.. I \\ s :Itih :
and close 9 S. P. St. Nicholas Savannah : .3
begin to pick up play generally a Fitzgerald, .
: -I' to work this week on the New York engaged in the ordinary avocations of with believe that any;MI.,; c' .!!,. .1- t
game. In the second inning they were life can spend more days of the year in Flor- freight and pas- the progress of the di.scasc, but, u
,, r J',':,. steamship dock at the old rates. The company whitewashed, and the McCulloughs made 1 ida in entire freedom from climatic discom- sengers, to C. A. Haley, agent. my great surprise,before my daughter ;
: y is now able to obtain here all the labor forts than in any other portion of the United CLEARED. had taken one she bottle of BROWN'SIKON
BITTERS began to mend
>r !. necessary. run.In States, unless ..it is Southern California.The 6-S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald. Sa- : and now is quite restored to former
the third inning the Fernandinas plain truth about the Florida climate is vannah ; with freight and pas- health. A fifth daughter began to
5 t, .'; In accordance with the, provisions of the scored 3 runs, while the McCulloughs made simply thisIn summer the days are no sengers, by C. A. Haley. show signs of Consumption, and
T I State law the Commissioners held hotter than in the North and West and the when the physician was consulted
County 6 Sch.
V j I 4, the game standing 5 to 5. Ruth T. Carlisle, McBride he quickly Said "Tonics were required -
.j'1 ; daily meetings this week, for the purpose of The fourth inning proved disastrous to nights are cooler. In winter, when for six Baltimore ; lumber, by C. H. ;" and when informed that
long months the people of the North and Huot. the elder sister taUi-el'KOWs's
. ; l'if;; !i equalizing the assessment rolls of this county the Brunswick club. The home boys batted West are battling desperately against what 8-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah IRON BITTI-KS, rtspo: 'I'. .J.: "that is
a :: for the year 1883. the great biologist, Bastiat called the true a good tonic, take u
,":;; I. the ball safely. The bad condition of the ; with freight and pas- PHELTS.

( f fL w...,,,',"; Frank E. Harris, Esq., formerly publisher ground prevented its proper fielding, and the foe to animal life-cold ; when the ground sengers, by C. A. Haley. ADOK/.M:
is frozen solid, the trees stripped bare and 9-Sch. Caleb S. Ridgeway, Town-
;t', ; tt J':' --:, of the Banner, of Ocala, made the Mirror a catcher of the Brunswicks was unable to the life of the ill-clothed and ill-housed is a send, New York ; lumber, by

<. pleasant call this week. Mr. Harris was stop many of the hot balls sent in from prolonged agony ; here in Florida there is C. A. Fairchild. BROW 'S IRON :BITTERS. i-

,E, ,, i, : spending a few days with his family at the his pitcher. Before the inning closed the rarely a day when even frail invalids cannotsit 9-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder, 1,680 ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
out in the open air, enjoying the bloom tons New York with Weakness, and renders the greatest
.t freight
,: ;
Strathmore, on Amelia Beach. Fernandinas had scored 10 runs. They
relief and benefit
and perfume of roses and eating those lus- and passengers, by R. W. South- to persons suffering
.Vj! :Mr. F. W. Simmons, local agent of the whitewashed the McCulloughs, and the cious semi-tropical fruits which mature at wick agent. from ouch wasting diseases as Consumption -

i F Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad, will game stood 15 to 5. this most enjoyable of the seasons.In 10-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah Kidney Complaints, etc.CuriosityiVariety .

i sell at public auction, on Saturday, September The fifth inning was not remarkable in regard to insects and reptiles, our let- with freight and pas-
ter-writer is simply repeating chatter whichis C. A.
by Haley.
r 1, one hundred and sixty casks of earthenware any way, th j Fernandinas playing careless, not justified by experience. Mosquitoes sengers .

i I 4; t.: ; held for transportation charges. and the visitors being demoralized. The are no worse in Jacksonville than in New IN PORT.
t'.1 f York the roaches harmless and Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell.Sch. .
: home club added 3 to their while ; are ,
'. The impromptu hop at the Mansion House .
i. : attract attention chiefly by their novelty to Tom Williams, Wheaton.Sch. .
t I for the benefit they permitted the Brunswick boys to score Roger Drury Smith.
i 1 : ,,1,; Thursday evening, gotten up Northern eyes ; and there"are half a dozen
}s, : j of the Brunswick base-ball club and their 6. effective ways of preventing trouble from Sch. Silas C. Evans, Sylvanus. Imo. I: N Cam'' S

!r. '1 : friends, was a very enjoyable affair, and was The game was witnessed by a larger con- the little red ants.:' As to the rattlesnakes,
;" : course of people than ever before who of there are more of them in any single county Notice.
; +, attended by a number of Fernandina young Western Pennsylvania than in the entire StoreOffers
: ladies. course, were enthusiastic in cheering their State of Florida. There are not enough of I have appointed Mr. Hugh Boring as my
,, f favorites. Some very partial decisions of them to supply the local press with snake deputy. ,
j The famous Brennan Base-Ball Club of City Tax-Collector. a large and carefully selected
; stories and have to borrow from
; we our
the umpire in favor of the Brunswick club, ,
-: J New Orleans, which will arrive East Flor- Western exchanges.The Fernandina: August 11,1883.

; : ida next week, played a game at Pensacola in the beginning of the game, elicited con- comparison between the shiftless STOCK OF HOSIERYFor
# siderable censure from the spectators.The Sale.A
South" and the North"
thrifty, productive
,' :
; Tuesday last with the Mallorys of that city.
.; > v McCulloughs took their defeat in is respectable on account of its age and the good horse and wagon. Apply to Children.E.A.t'rD .
Ladies and
: .t The latter were victorious, the score stand- work it has been made to perform, but it MRS. EMMA FLETCHER, ,
and returned to Brunswick at
good spirits
fr, r ,;, .' ing 1 to 0 in their favor. hardly requires serious comment. A lady, Third Street.
:: KE: .CSIE:: PS
( "I 6:30: o'clock.The Fernandina : ,
even when homesick, is not expected to August 11,1883tf.For
: :' i kj j Rev. Wra. F. Wood, formerly a resident know about
'1' R following is the score: anything political economy ;
,';*., ; of'this city, but now pastor of the First FERNANDINA. but has it ever occurred to our letterwriterthat Rent. Silk, Linen, and Cotton.

{r; j ;.; ; Baptist Church of Key West, will deliver a R. O. P.O. E. if Southern grocery stores are filled with One of the best truck-farms inthis section Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
Northern canned goods Northern factoriesare
on -
: : Laces
; Swann, 1st b.. ...................... 3 243 supplied with Southern cotton ? Even to MRS. EMMA FLETCHER. Towels, Napkins,
t:;, ,j of the'Bible commencing to-morrow Gambrill, 2d b...................... 3 0 2 3 the thrifty, productive North" does not Third Street. Dress Lining, Buttons

1 i 1 evening, August 12th, at 7:30, at the First Palmer s. s.......................... 2 2 3 2 give away its products ; and if those pro-" Fernandina, August 11,1883-tf. and Notions Generally.A .

; A r ; Baptist Church in, this city. Muller.Sdb.......................... 2 202 ducts are found in the shiftless South,
'jr v> ) 1. f................._....... 2 2 0 1 that is an infallible proof that the "shiftlessSouth" Livery Stable at a Bargain. new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES -
i i The steamship San Antonio left at noon Maxwell, r. f........................ 2 1 0 0 has produced something for which I offer at a bargain entire establish- just received and marked low.

. : ,., yesterday with thirty-eight passengers and Nix p.................... ............. 1 3 2 2 the thrifty North" was willing to exchangeits ment in this city consisting my of Carriages
.t i the following freight : 143,000 feet lumber, : Lewis, c.f............................ 2 1 0 1 goods. It'is a law of trade that we can Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage, Our Stock of COSSETS is Very Superior.
I Stark, c................................ 1 2 4 1 buy only to the extent to which we produce.If Horses Harness etc.
,, ; : I 550 logs of cedar, 270 cases cedar, 175 barrels we produce nothing, we have nothing to ,
t I - Terms of purchase CASH. yIn PICTURE FRAMES, BRACKETS -
>; vU rosin, 80 barrels spirits, 106 empty kegs, 35 Totals..............................18 15 15 15 buy with. G. F. AVERY. VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a

1 ,1 ', bales moss 33 boxes lemons, 49 boxes harness :M'CCLLOUGHS. The County Commissioners. Office and Stable-First Street, near Broom fine variety. _

1 dressing, 56 packages merchandise. R. o. P.O. E. Street Wharf. 46
: The Board of County Commissioners met
Ii i Smith, c..0 3 6 3 pursuant to adjournment on Tuesday last, Nassau Fibre,

.; j V y s i it : Huot'8 Saw-Mill. Houston, s. s........................ 2 2 2 4 with the following Commissioners present : For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto A SPECIALTY.

r ;1 i fiiI I We are pleased to announce that our enterprising Mclver, 2d b........................ 1 2 2 4 Chas. W. Lewis. Chairman, W. 0. Jeffreys, anything else in use. For sale by "
,# friend, C. H. Huot has begun rebuilding 'V olffe. p.............................. 2 1 1 4 Johnson June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. ,:SJ- Orders from the Country SoIicited.KING k
William and
I Browder. 3d b....................... 1 2 0 3 J. H. Jones, J. T.
I, his mill recently destroyed by fire. Clements, 1. f........................ 2 2 0 1 Higginbotham.The For Rent.A S ,

*' 'Kr, The building will be 38x120, two stories. Anderson, 1st b.................... 1 1 4 2 clerk was ordered to draw a cash war- 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.
|' f s j : The upper one will be the mill deck proper, Littlefield. c. f....... ............... 1 0 0 1 rant for $3 for pamphlets of Road Laws : very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof -

t while below Mr. Huot will in machinery McIver, W. W., r. f...... ........ 1 Z 0 1 bills ordered JOHN HEDGES,
11 put - The following were paid : January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla. PROCLAMATIONSevoiing

: ai, for making shingles, laths, etc. TheY Totals...............................11 15 15 23 C. H. Huot, lumber for jail..............$ 1 68
1 : f.s' planer of the old mill was very little damaged C. H. Busbee, blacksmith work on
INNINGS. jail.............................................. 7 70 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.THE all Proclamations Offering Rewards
F f': by the fire, and with a little repair will I Fernandinas................ 2030 4-18 James McGiffin,repairing jail........... 61 30 for the Arrest of Fugitives from Justice

E ,' 1,' be as good as ever. A 120-horse-power engine McCulloughs................. 0140 6-11 T. Starbuck, medical attendance at Issued Prior to 1 1883.

will furnish the power, while circular county jail................................... 6 00 January ,
J. R. Goodnow of Brunswick.
{ Horsey & Co., medicines, etc., 4 25
; saws will be used in the manufacture Scorers : J. F. Nelson, Jr., for McCul
J. A. Ellerman account for 68 75 STATE OF FLORIDA
jail July )
lumber. loughs; G. L. Baltzell for Fernandinas. LOCATED AT SEWANEE TENN.
Norman: Brownson, stationery for IS EXECUTIVE OFFICE [
f The boilers, which are not injured at all, clerk's office................................ 3 90 upon the Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet TALLAHASSE, FLA., July 20, 1883.WHEREAS .J
will remain in their bed where they are, Summer Life In Florida." : G. W. Schuyler, services as magistrate above the sea-level. This School, under the THE LEGISLATURE of

: another column I ............................................ 8 38 special patronage of the Bishops of the Pro-
In letter
; and will be detached from the main build- we publish a G. W. Schuyler, bill of witnesses in testant Episcopal Church in the South and the appropriation to

s ing. The walls of the slab pit were not injured from "A Homesick Northerner," which we magistrate's court.................. ..... 6 00 Southwest, offers the healthiest residenceand pay rewards offered for the arrest of crimi

a by the fire and will not need rebuild- copy from the Oconomowoc (Wis.) Free W. H. Pope, vaccinating county the best advantages, both moral and nals to the years 1883 and 1884, as shown by

t, ing. The lumber wharf was only partially Prcs. The lady (for the correspondent is a J.poor.A. Edwards..... .......salary..........as.....auditor............for.... 139 08 educational Collegiate and in its Theological Grammar School Departments.For and its. the Laws of Florida, Chapter 3426, Acts of

it destroyed, and can be repaired at moderate lady), who, accompanied by a sick child, July............,.................. .............. 25 00 the special claims of this University for 1883 :
ti cost. :Mr. James McGiffin, the contractor, is came here some two months since, was peculiarly B. T. Rich,salary as bridge keeper... 30 00 patronage apply for documents to the THEREFORE, I, WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM,

} superintending the work, which is a sure unfortunate in making her first en- Pauper account............................... 20 00 REV. TELFAIR Vice-Chancellor HODGSON, Governor of the State of Florida, by virtueof

guarantee that it will be done in a thorough trance in Florida. Through the unscrupu- The following road commissioners were 37-4t Sewanee, Tenn., the power vested in me by the Constitu

manner. lous misrepresentations of a IWestern pas- appointed : Carl Thiede, district 3, vice tion and Laws of said State, do hereby revoke -

At present Mr. Huot is sawing at the old senger agent, she obtained a ticket to Flori- Elias Lotery, exempt ; John Hughes, district J. H. PRESCOTT all proclamations offering rewards for

Chester mill. He hopes to be able to com- da by a very circuitous route, arriving at 5, vice J. D. Jones, improperly appointed the arrest of fugitives from justice issued

plete the mill here in two months. meeting points of connecting roads gener- Carroll,improperly; W. R. Dyas appointed.Sale district 11. vice B. J. DEALER INMEN'S prior to January 1, 1883.

ally in the dead of night, with noaccommo- IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereuntoset
The Amelia Peach. dations and long stop-overs, finally reach- of Earthenware.On my hand and caused the Great

:Major Suhrer sent us this week a specimen ing Callahan, after having been compelledto Saturday, the 1st day of Septembernext MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S. Seal of the State of Florida to beL.

1 of the Amelia peach, grown in his stop over at the various places for over I will offer for sale to the highest bid- [ s.] affixed. Done at the Capitol, in the

yard on Third street, near the Mansion thirty-six hours, on Sunday morning thus der, at the depot of the Florida Transit & FINE SHOESAND City of Tallahassee, this the 20th
Peninsular Railroad, in Fernandina, one
House, which, for juiciness, delicious flavor, compelling her to remain there another hundred and sixty casks of Earthenware, day of July, A. D. 1883.

l and size, is equal to any we have seen raisedin thirty-six hours before she could reach her more or less ; shipment by one Mr. Craw- WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM,

Delaware or New Jersey. The specimen destination, Fernandina, where she was to ford, Macon, Georgia, to various consignees.Sale Governor.

measured 7 inches in circumference one meet her husband and the rest of her fami- made to satisfy claim for freight and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, By the Governor-Attest:
way, and 10 another, and weighed 7i ly, who had preceded her. It is very natu- 37 F. W. SIMMONS, Agent. JOHN L. CRAWFORD,

ounces. ral that under these trying circumstances Fernandina, Fla., August 10, 1883. I FERNANDINA FLA. 35-4t Secretary of State.




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