Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00182
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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--VOL.--V. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY AUGUST 25, 1883. \T0. 39.- -

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GOLD FOUND AT ARCHER., NEW YORE It has become quite the proper thing for TIlE CHOLERA.

ARCHER FLA., August 16, 1883. G. Haynes & Co., produce merchantsof 1 almost every business to have an exchange. To the Editor of the Mirror :

To the Editor of the Mirror : Savannah, have failed. Liabilities, $200- THE FAILURES IN WALL STREET'. DISTILLED Besides the Stock, Mining, Produce and LONDOX, August 5, 1883,

Some time past, an old and experiencedminer 000. LIQUOR EXCHANGE TO" BE. FORMED-THE Cotton Exchanges, we have a Butter, Somewhat tardily the Government of Her

in passing through my yard, recog- Hanlan, champion oarsman, met with CARS ON THE, BROOKLYN BRIDGE. Cheese and Egg. a Metal and all sorts of Majesty, which cannot set aside by diplomatic .

nized gold-bearing quartz, that had been a defeat in the Fall River regatta on Mon To the Editor of.the Mirror: Exchanges. We are now to have a Dis- disavowals its practical responsibilities -

taken out of my well, and after examiningthe NEW YORK, August 18, 1883. tilled Liquor or Whisky Exchange. A as the defacto ruler of Egypt, is sendingaid

specimens with a microscope, pro day.The trial of Frank James, the Missouri The panic in Wall Street, which in previous number of leading brokers in liquors got up and succor to the suffering people of

nounced them very rich in gold. Nothingmore outlaw, i is now going on at Gallatin, IisI letters I have forecast, has come sooner the movement. An organization has been the Delta and of Cairo. Twelve English

has been thought of the matter until I souri. than it was expected, but fortunately effected and work will be begun in a weekor doctors are commissioned to proceed to that

yesterday, when our town was thrown intoa I Scarcely a day passes that strangers do everybody was looking out for 'squalls, and two. At present there is really no fixed city, and will reach it when according to U

perfect fever of excitement when it was not put flowers on the grave of Abraham thus all financial ships scudded along under price for liquors. The object of the Exchange present rates of mortality, some five thou-

announced, by Mr. Joseph Voyle from Lincoln. as little canvas as was possible. The air, is to establish regular quotations, as sand fresh victims have perished who might '

., Gainesville that he had struck a large rock however, is not clear as"yet, and the stormis well as to crowd out adulterated and bad have been saved by science. Science is now
accused by Professor A. F.
Mosquitoes are
filled with pure gold. This rock is near my not yet appeased with the sacrifice of the liquors. This Exchange is a good idea, and better equipped than she was ever before to
A. of and
place, between the railroad track,and front- malarial King disease.originating disseminating two victims, Ballou & Co.,'and Stedman & there is no doubt that it will prove a success. cope with the impending scourge ; and, in a ds

ing Mr. W. A. Geiger's store. Co., which it received. If the market'doesnot Seats at the present have been sold for $100. disease like cholera, to be forewarned is to be

Mr. Voyle, who is an experienced assayer, The signal station on Pike's Peak, 14,150 soon assume some defined character There is no doubt that in a few weeks they forearmed. When the "jungle fiend" first ;;

informs me that he is under the impression feet high, is the highest building in the other failures are sure to follow. Much sympathy will double value. put in appearance on these shores at Sun- '

tlatthis is the same vein of gold running world inhabited the year round. is felt for the members of,both the 'When will you begin running the cars derland in the year 1831, medical men were

from Gainesville. This large rock, when The new Northwest, Alaska and Washington above firms, for they were both old estab- on the Brooklyn bridge?" I asked of Col. without experience and practically without

flaked off, shows gold, and plenty of it, Territory, promises to be the charcoal- lished houses and their dealings were characterized Paine, the chief engineer. knowledge of the subject ; but all that has

plainly, without the use of a microscope.Mr. iron region of.the near future. by genuine old-fashioned business I can't tell you." was the reply. "There since changed so that at the present time it

Wm. C. Andruss, the druggist, 'says it The sixth annual session of the AmericanBar methods and interit: '. Ballou & Co. tried are that so it many is hard little to predict.things to I be look looked to abouta after is possible to provide against the threatened c

stands the test. As Archer is filled with Association began at Saratoga Wednes tosteady themselves by straddling the mar- month, however, to be about sufficient." irruption, and to deal with any enemy witha

large rocks on top and underneath, the prob- day. General Alexander B. Lawton, of Sa- ket, but this device, usually one of safety, Wire cutting continues on the Western minimum of danger and loss. Mr. Netten

ability is that we are living on top of a very vannah, delivered the president's address. on this occasion only hastened the collapse Union routes, and the strikers are fast losing Radcliffe. in his exhaustive report on the

rich mine. which left them high and dry Mr. Sted- the sympathy with which their cause was at diffusion of the disease ,
The attendance is large.A and its prevalencein :
very first viewed by the public. It is safe to say
The crops in this section are splendid this cyclone visited Minnesota Wednesday, man's losses were brought about by the indiscretions that in at week the strike as an organized Europe during the ten years from 1865 to

season, and the continual rain storms have of his son, a young fellow of movement will have ce.1sed.to. exist. 1874 inclusive, has traced its spread with : ''
doing a vast amount of damage to property.A .
kept the atmosphere pure and healthy. passenger train on the Rochester& Northern twenty-four years, who thought he knew unerring hand from the outbreak at Mecca, _

JOSEPH S. MCDONELL. more about financial operations than his TIlE NEW POSTAL NOTES. along the northern, eastern and western pilgrim .
Railroad was blown from the track, and z
father and launched out boldly at a time sea and land .
-------- routes to the Black Sea,
twenty-five persons killed and forty Severely HOW THEY ARE ENGRAVED AND PRINTED-
RAILROAD NOTES. i injured. when everybody else sought to make port. WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE. to the West Indies, North America, Africa, N

Everybody has: the utmost sympathy with Egypt, Syria and Persia and has
J. C. Reynolds, locating engineer for the A Treasury official at San Francisco states The new postal notes, which are to be shown
Rowland Bluff railroads the old gentleman, who.!. ,in the evening of used after September 3 in the transmissionof how the great epidemics of 1830 and 1847 T'
South Florida
that $6,000,000 worth of opium has, within his days finds that the fruits of his labor ofa small sums of money through the United came to the Continent by way of Caucasiaand

is now making the survey from Lake Ma- ten years, been smuggled into port, govern- life are struck with a blight. States mails, are now being printed rapidly the Caspian Sea. In each i.
rianna to Bartow, and will locate a line ment officials receiving 30 cent. of the in New York, and they will be ready for case the
per Mr. Stedman is one of the leaders of that scourge occupied fifteen months in .
shipment to all the post-offices in the coun- crossing
from here to Lake, and thence north,
amount. $1,000,000 of the
says cultured literary society: which makes its try Wednesday.. Books of notes for the the Continent and reaching our coast. The r
probably via: Brooksville, to Gainesville, or : can be brought! in at a time.
in the far West
I headquarters at the Century! Club. A man post-offices were completed outbreak of 1852. frays Mr. Netten Radcliffe
such will make the most direct
point as book contains 500
In a walk on the bottom of Lake Winni- of fine culture, extensive reading: wide Saturday. Every postal was "primarily, at least, a recrudescence of
connection with the main line from Row- note forms, with the address of the post-
land's Bluff. If this : carriedout piseogee a diver came to a spring of cold travel and excellent taste, he is a graceful office printed on each note. The pages of the preceding epidemic' That of 1865 found *

programme water, and while interestedly examiningit poet and a polished prose! writer. In fact he the books are perforated, so that when the its way to the Continent of Europe through

the Plant syndicate will, by connectingwith sank into quicksand to his knees before is the nearest approach to the British bank notes are torn out stubs remain to show the Egypt and by the Mediterranean and in
the Jacksonville, Tampa fc Key West amounts for which they were issued. A note ,,
seeing his peril. lie pulled the signal that have in this less than "
rope er-poet, Rogers, we coun- five months attacked the entire
Railroad, and using only one trunk line can be filled out by postmaster for any
and was drawn out, but his escape:; was nar- try. But a few weeks ago his elegant coun- amount not exceeding $5, at a cost to the coast line from Taganrog to Gibraltar, ." ,
south of this point to the coast, secure a position -
try house, an ideal home for a literary man sender of three cents for each note. The whence it traveled to Southampton. It likewise : -
and a command of both local and row.The notes made payable to the bearer "
uncovering of an ancient wreck on such as Bulwer described in one of his essays, are appeared in Russia, European Turkey,
thorough traffic that will make them mas- and they can be used as fractional currency
ters of the situation and enable them to Herring Cove Beach, Maine, by the wash- was dedicated to purposes of study, good in any place to which they are sent. To Italy and France. Tracing the course of

drive out all competitors. This combina- ing away of the sand that has of late years cheer and hospitality. It would be a pity, guard against the use of the notes before the the disease from Mecca to Suez! thence to

tion is a most desirable one for Bartow and I covered it, revives speculation. It is knownto indeed, were he obliged to give this up. But U.law F.authorizing juacuonaiu their, issue. goes. into. of effect the.. Europe, and backward from Mecca to Java 4t
have been there than after all there is not much of this superintendent and I
more danger it became
a century, Bengal, comparatively '-:.
we only hope that it may be put in practical money order system at Washington, has easy ;
operation, and that what looks .so well on ,and is believed to be of twice that age. The for he has so many frit ids and ''so many caused to be pasted in each book. of forms to localize the center of infection, and to .. ''
model is obsolete, and there is no iron in kindly offers of help that he will be sure to the following notice : The postal note bus- point out the best means of arrest. Everywhere '
paper, may become a fixed fact on the lines ,
indicated.Bartow lnforiiiant.UNFORTUNATE its fastenings. tide over exisiting difficulties.One iness Under will no commence circumstances on September whatever are 3, 1883.any it has been found that good sanitation sy

---- _.__._- New Zealand wants to annex, among of the most curious features of the postal notes to be issued from this book before is the likeliest preventive of cholera,

PENSACOLA. other islands, the Navigator group. Theseare flurry in Wall Street was the appearance of that date." and that those districts and people are most

now more commonly called the Samoan "the vultures after the carrion, as the The notes are printed on pure linen bank- I apt to escape the worst effects of its ravages
note of the best quality, chemically
TWO CASES OF FEVER FOUND ON PALAFOX WHARF. Islands, and on one of them the United brokers put it. There are in this city as in prepared paper in such a manner as not to be affected where civic and personal cleanliness are !v

PENBACOLA, August 22.-The presence of States has a coaling station, whose posses- fact in every large financial centre, a great l by moisture or exposure to light, most insisted on and practiced. ; q

yellow fever in this city was officially an- sion is guaranteed by a treaty. New Zea- number of wise and rich old fellows, who, while it is sensitive to the action of acids or What was elicited at the International

nounced by the Board of Health to-day. land, therefore, will probably be obliged to as a rule, keep all their possessions investedin color other of liquids the paper often is a used pure by lemon forgers., and The the Conference held at Constantinople in 1860" t

There are two cases, both of seamen, in a keep #its hands off Samoa, and be content United States bonds or other A 1 securi- front surface is printed over with an underlying and at Vienna in 1874 goes to prove that '

sailors' boarding house on Palafox street wit1 !picking up other South Pacific archipelagoes ties. Two or three times a year there is always tint of golden brown-a combinations there is no infallible defence against the invasion -

wharf, reported by Drs. White and Ford- to piece out its domain. a storm in Wall Street, though, as a by Superintendent Macdonald as and diffusion of cholera, and that it a
ham. The sick have been sent to quaran- rule it is and being the safest and most suitable for the must be met and if
if as severe as deadening as in the possible stopped in its
Philadelphia, we may credit the reports purpose. The water-marks paper,
tine, the premises demolished and burned, from that city, has a mania for novelties in the present one. They read the signs of the twisted in the form of a figure 8, have the course by hygienic vigilance. Mr. Simon has, t

and every step taken to stamp out the disease base ball. Not times accurately, and when everybody is words U. S. Postal Note" in duplicate- with great skill and lucidity,traced the infec-
long ago we were told of a
both left and These
demoralized when is and reading right. tion to its home in Lower
there money scarce, se- Bengal, especially
game attempted by Chinese nines ; water-marks can be seen only when the
Surgeon-General A. W. Owen died of yel- then of one by nines composed of cripples, curieties are down to the lowest ebb, they note is held up between the light and the as he points out, in the Snnderbund and'

low fever at the Navy Yard at noon to-day; the qualification for membership being a come in with their gilt edge securities, eve. Three printings are required to complete other alluvial lands from Juggernauth to g

also, the discharged marine, Ordway, in lost arm or leg; now we hear of a match be- which they dispose of at a premium, pick the note. In the underlying tint is a beyond the mouth of the Brahmaputra,"
of classical female head
consisting a
Woolsey Village, navy reservation, adjoin- out stock which has been vignette where it with
'tween two nines made up of sixteen girls some particularly'depressed wearing a helmet, which was engraved from appears regularity of the
ing.-Special to the Times-Union. and two lads. The batting went well hover about brokers' offices for a the portrait of a postmaster's pretty daughter. recurring seasons. There, at its source, it

WASHINGTON, August 22.-The result of enough, and the catching wherever the ball week or two, sell out at a big profit, and Much of the tint is made up of minia- must, if ever, be stamped out, and when

the house-to-house inspection in PensacoU, was sufficiently slow but then disappear until the next storm comes. ture photographic designs, containing" the that is done we shall hear no more of Asiatic -
ordered throwing across words United States Postal Note, repeated -
by Surgeon-General Hammond, 'and the diamond between the bases was out of "I tell you," said a broker to me, "it always many hundred times, and engraved so cholera. During the ten years from the
which commenced this morning, was the makes blood cold to those fellows read the words with of 1865 to the of
/ the question, and the next game will, there- my run see finely that one can the summer summer 1874, it is
finding of two cases yellow fever in a'sail naked while it would be difficult to
fore, be conducted on a half-sized diamond. appear on the scene. Their dress, get eye, probable that the epidemic never actually
ors' boarding house on Palafox wharf.' The make a counterfeit. Winged wheels witha
and business methods render them died down in but
As English up so Europe, was personally
girls sometimes contend at halo from behind, make up a portion of t
Surgeon-General directed that the patientsbe cricket. American lasses should be able to go that you cannot mistake them. Most of the tint. carried from port to port and from town to

removed to the quarantine hospital on through a match at base ball, although thereare those fellows do nothing else all the year The back of the note is elaborate and is town by the process of human contagion. It ; +
Santa Rosa Island. The bedding and ploth- printed in a dark green. In the corner is
other better round but study the market and the news- : lay apparently dormant for awhile, and ,
sports decidedly suited to t
the "U. S., engraved with a
house ing in fumigated the house and was surrounded destroyed, and the them. papers, and being out of the actual fight geometrical monogram lathe. The monogram is imbedded then broke forth with renewed fury. Nor ,
by guard.
The cases were reported by Acting Assistant California's wheat crop for the present they can understand the situation much in an intricate cycloidial lace work could it have been arrested in its terrible it
better and act with calmness and deliberation of white line cutting, the tracings for which feasible and
Surgeon White at 3 o'clock to-day. A boat year is estimated to be worth $60,000,000. more course by any practical systemof
done also with the geometrical lathe.
was immediately chartered by the Collector and thus are always sure of mak- were quarantine. There are certain disease- .
of Customs and the One-third of this will be retained in the The contract for engraving and printingthe
quarantine,hospital in parties accordance removed with to the the State for home consumption and seed, ing money when they make their strike." several millions of postal notes which small-pox for example-which have yielded Ito

Surgeon-General's orders. Dr. White's reportwas and the rest will be exported to forcing There was a rumor a few days ago that will be required by the Post-Office Depart- the attacks of science, and cholera will

given to the operator at 2:25 o'clock and Police Captain Williams, the famous expo- ment in the next four years was awarded to probably, in course of time, be added to the 1 .
countries. The wheat
product of the Bank Note
other the Homer Lee Company in
telegraphed to Washington at 3,' It was immediately nent of the clubbing art inthe public mind, Postmaster-General number. Meanwhile, and until a rigorous-
and the
replied to and at notice Pacific coast States and Territories will be June, obligedthe
received that the 4J5:" was worth had been shot. I met him the following company to give bonds to the amountof system of sanitation is insisted on at the- + ;.:
cases were on the boat on $20,000,000 more, making the valueof
their way to the hospital. evening, and asked him whether it was he 2000000. About two hundred skilled birthplace of this most terrible scourge,
/ the total wheat crop of the Pacific coast artisans the to
himself or his ghost who stood before me. were employed by company nothing is left to us but to set our houses in
1 $80,000,000, which is more than the entire complete the first part of the contract, and
Probably the largest tree i in! Florida is located He Nobody would shootme order that should the fell visitor
on the land of John ZJ value of all the precious metals mined in laughed heartily. they have been at work in relays day and so appear, r
McDonald, be- ," he replied, "because I would not give night for a month. The notes are received we may be prepared with the coldest of wel!
tween Longwood and Soldier the United States during 1882. These
Creek, in this fig-
F. the United States
them the chance to do so. Whatever truth by Raymond, postal comes.
county. It is
a c"press"blch, bv actual ures show the monstrous folly of which the note agent, and by A. G. Lathrop, of the
measurement is fourteen there be in the charge of crooked-
feet in diameter may
of the Pacific coast Post-Office who have their
people were guilty in Department, SOUTHERN FACTORIES.
just above the ground. This is solid wood. ness frequently brought against him, thereis offices in the printing rooms of the Bank
There is none of the inverted funnel shapeso past years when they pinned their faith and Alabama has 2,118 factories:, working 8,248 ,
certainly no doubt that Williams is a Note Company, at Broadway and Prince
common in the cypress, but it comes out their hopes of future prosperity upon their streets. A fire-proof metal vault, about fifteen hands, with a capital invested of $5.714,032,
of the brave man, as brave a man as there is on .
ground as straight as a candle, and at gold and silver mines, and in a great meas- feet square and eight feet high, has paying annually in wages $2.227,968. and
sixty feet from the ground the diameter is the force. Had be not been a policeman he j
been constructed in the building in which 1
ure ignored and neglected their far more yielding annually in products $13,040,444.
at ten feet. There
are other large would have become a model of a dashing duplicate notes, not needed for immediateuse {
and cucumber trees about it but valuable agricultural resources. Mississippi has 1,731 factories working
; and all the engraved plates are to be
this cavalry officer. He knows no fear, and will, ,
giant overshadows them all. Mr. McDonald 5,941 hands with in
stored. ________ ___ ____ a capital vested of $4.- s
here has ode/ of the largest and best Yellow Fever at Tampa. single-handed, attack a band of dangerous p

bodies of hammock land in this part of the From the most reliable sources we learn ruffians where the odds are twenty to one The Baltimore and Jacksonville Packet 501,714, paying annually in wages 1579.

State. It is cover with a dense growth of that the steamship Alabama is quarantinedin against him. He allows no dillydallyingamong Line L* getting ready for business. The Bal- 428, and yielding annually in products $8-
excellent timber, which is fast becoming Tampa Bay with two cases of yellow feveron timore Sun says : "The new three-masted 154,758.South.
valuable, and wilt soon be needed for cabi- board. The steamer plies between New his men, as he himself never a schooner City of Jacksonville was launchedat Carolina has 1,534 factories, work-:'

net and finishing lumber. He refuses to Orleans, Cedar Key, Tampa, Key West and man to undertake a work which he himself Bath, Me., on the 13th inst., and is now ing 8,141 hands, with a capital invested of }
sell until he can induce some one to erect a Havana, and it was on her trip from Havana would be afraid to do. The men of his loading ice for Baltimore. Upon her arrival .a
manufactory upon the railroad opposite to that the sickness was discovered. Dr. Wall, command are imbued with the same spiritof she will take her place on the packet line $5,400,418, paying annually in wages $1- i
it. When he hols a party ready to put up who is in charge of the quarantine depart now established between Baltimore and 543.715, and yielding annually in products
such a factory Ii4 will offer special inducements ment at Tampa, has the medical care of the bravery as he is, and are as devoted to Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. E. B. Hunting, of $9,858,081.

in the waf of ground and timber. A patients, and it is believed that they will him as any set of men could be. Williamshas Wilson & Hunting, one of the owners, has Louisiana has factories .
portion of his land, adjoining the track of both recover Tampa is nearer Jacksonvillethan an unbounded faith in his star, and been in Bath several days on business in 2,557 working 30-
the South FIorHa Railroad, has been cut up Pensacola. and an investigation of this connection with the new vessel. The City 071 hands, with a capital invested of$18-
feels confident that he will not die
into lots of des able size. Here is a chance report should be made, and, if found correct an unnatural of Jacksonville is the third schooner now on 313.974, paying annnallv in wages S4, Q3-
for some ente rising capitalist.-Orlando a rigid quarantine should be estab- death. Perhaps it is this which the line, the others being the Wilson <&< 570, and yielding annually:products $*4-,
Reporter. lished.-runes-Union. makes him so brave. Hunting and Broxie B. Rakes." 161,905.-Atlanta Constitution


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i M : ); ; \. ; t;':$ : THE OLD OFFICE DESK. low L ; the jollifications; the haymaking, t and has never cared to leave it since. But I l ing the end of his little black moustache at t St. Peter's on a Sunday-nothing to do

'I j; I'r. ...t. the-oh, Jeanne you are not going to forget I there is time enough to see the great world quite viciously. He was not at all a badV but to roam the happy valley and watch a

11.. ; : it i t all now ?" yet ; meanwhile, the young man goes hapt tempered young fellow, but he was feeling l lot of seedlooklllbba es growing np
:;! 1; .; .. ; Figures and fibres the whole year through, Forget it," his companion repeated below pily enough on his way, through his own : :stung: more than disappointed, as was perhaps i into respectable father-of-a-family walkingsticks. -

i: .!, } ; From. morn till night and from year to 1* her breath and with another little little one. There are the lands of La Ton-i not very wonderful. ."

;,. '1-:: :: ., year; shiver. relle, some fifty verg es or so (somewhere Tina was pouting, Jeanne's face reflected "At least you could not see that every
i. t j: f ), Column on column must pass review, You are cold," Louis cried starting up. about twenty English acres-for the holding I Louis's. where." said"Mrs.. Le Quesne; "but since

t, :'i" ., ::"{' "." And balance sheets be clear; Let me shut the windows ; I should hare is a large. one-to be ploughed and Just: then the door opened, a white-coiffed, you are so tired of them, you may come

);4: 1 L "l': For the wheels of commerce must never done it before." Presently he came back to sown, hay and corn to be gathered in, vraic brown, wrinkled face, with dark eyes, ap over and look at the Colonel's cabbages fora

f il. ( ;;,:, :f cease. her sitle.U What was I saying? Oh about to be cut and carried-twice a year this- peared. change: they, at any rate, are not so am-
f I 'i- .\ Jii) They turn and turn through the weary the dear old times. You are not going to I and spread over the soil ; apples to be gathered What is it, Marie?" asked Jeanne. bitious."

v," "j.-; ;.v4; years, say that they are over, Jeanne? Why need and cider made ; sleek, soft-eyed cows On demande voir M'sieu Louis" said
I.. y ;.h And the( tired toilers find no release, there be any difference? We shall only be to be cared for. There is, too, a scarlet coat Marie, nodding and smiling at the two CHAPTER IV. '

(;,'... '4'r";;>. ,:. Though lives be filled with tears. happier still." Jeanne shook her head. to be donned more or less often, for, of I girls. Long before Sunday-on which day I

t ;: .: i; :iF I;" stand bv the same old desk to-day, Why on earth not? Oh, Jeanne you are course Louis holds a commission in the She had a tray in her hand, on which were need scarcely say the two friends once more

i. .1 ,,,: ",: Mustering numerals one by one. never going to be jealous?" local militia, and his name figures as a lieutenant two little bits of pasteboard. She came up to found their way over to La Tourelle.aneligible

; pi /> ; '! :jf!; and groupin the same old way, At this his companion laughed outright. in the English Army List, where his 1 where Louis was standing; two young men spot for the picnic had been fixed
: : Classing
Oh conceited boy don't see uncle's also be found followed her into the room-they were
considerably the
;. ). The work is done you you may upon. In due time came day itself.Jeanne's ,
: ,\ !:i never ; she has to do with it? If she were higher And then not Jeanne's and his friend from
1. ' .y ". ;. -, Hl 4 The misty memories back to the light, not here at all-if she had never come !I" least, there is Jeanne. There is some one the barracks. was to have nothing to do but to enjoy it.

t : h;;. .<: The joys and sorrows, the hope through all The girl paused a moment and then went else, too-Tina, Six weeks ago the hotheaded On a sudden things had changed. Tina's Quite early in the morning Tina was at

: t -) 7: That things would turn out right. quickly on : It would have been all the you 0 fellow "had not so much as pout had vanished, the sun shone once more. the manor-house inquiring for her friend.It .
.. 4"' same. Nothing can go on forever-not even beard n$l' naroe ; now he wildly declares to Even Louis, who could scarcely have caredso was Marie to whom she addressed her-

t.:.:. ',.! ...t')t': Right there's a stain from a splattering haymaking, and-and other things," sue, Jeanne-poor Jeanne !-that he does not very much to see the two at that moment. self: Marie, who did not seem at all pleased

S II,' : ( ,.-: :. pen- wound up vaguely. "The old : mcg can know how he ever can have lived withouther i I cleared his brow and came briskly toward to see her just then ; who indeed had come

: :', !3'r;; .. It's forty years if it's been a dnvf -- never come back," she went On. Now I The land, the cows, the scarlet coat the new comers. to look upon the young girl as an intruder

:". \., ;; '. ". We used to use the gray goosfeqUlll! then am grown up-wfcy d.o you laughnow I even, have not seen much of Louis the last Jeanne smiled a kindly welcome. altogether-a cuckoo in the nest of her own

'ii, .:.:. ::,; ;'.f.y' ''4" And they'd I a splashing way. ara, grown tip, and YOU are a man, we could few weeks. Day after day the three young Find my aunt and tell her these gentle- birdling. I am afraid she told a sad fib on
-. have scoured the island together, almost men are here," she said to Marie, who understood the occasion.
,' : ....::11 I ., It's forty years-as a slender boy, never hiV9 gone about together and have people .
*. 1 t t .; t., I stood( by my father's side to learnt done the sam thing Again." living out of doors in the soft, bright English well enough and could "Mamzelle Jeanne is not yet risen," she

: : ,t The knowledge of signs experts employ, Why not?" ask d louis sharply ; co we spring weather. speak it, too, when shechose, which certainly .. said in her favorite patois."

',,J ; And for which tyros are cousins and-" Tina Daunt is quite a near neighbor. She was not often. Tina knew well enough what the woman

!:'L .1" :,\ ''!I yearn. Jeanne shook her head "}Ve are nothing r1Kd cone on a visit! to a villa close by early We found Col. Le Quesne was not in," was saying ; the unfriendly looks were not

';:, ',' '. :. :: 'Twas my first day, and I seized the of the sort ; we never were.!' in Ann !, and now :May is here, and in June said the elder and bigger of the two .men, lost upon her. She laughed in )!arie's
pen ,'. Go back to Englandand who was in fact, Jeanne's Mr. Byng, but brown face.
: : awa
;' I! With a nervous hand and a blushing Louis had never heard Jeanno$f toice like she 1 1:1st go
.> ....\. brow- that before. What was it that wd$ hanging to'London, the only place, she thinks, we thought we might come in as we had the You dreadful old story-teller," she said:

i ? 4: ; ;!' 'Twas diffidence caused my trembling then; her like this ? He got up and tftukea iii all 1 tho world where one could live, pleasure of meeting*you and Mrs. Le Quesnethe they are up and in the garden, both of
1. 's not there. Yet she too, 1S other evening. Mamzelle Jeanne and
; :# 'Ti age that makes it now. angrily away. though Loub them-your your
".:.'j '. .r. ;; And here where the oilcloth's blistered up, Oh, of course, if we are not cousins now yty much ifl J Jflv l e indeed, and is never happ' My aunt will be very glad to see you, M'sieu Louis, and I am going to them now.:'

.: ::; The water ran on a later day ; we weren't before; I suppose I know thatmuch $ve When W th ..r.0UlS or Jeanne: And said Jeanne with her pretty air of gracious Tina went dancing across the hall. Marie

; : '" it' Embarrassed 1, I overturned the cup ," he said. But I didn't think J waysthev. will haventttisxviththenm. self-possession. shook her coif at the gay retreating figure.
2!r ', Which held you .nv foolish talk, Louis who had too much of a Frenchmanin Her black shone. She went
love's ,
: first to eyes grumbling -
bouquet. were going turn round fellow like 7i '
.. > on a it so-af? ftti$ their :
but said
> him to be anything polite something -
; .:t :: this Jeanne. very eves to herself, back to her diningroomfloor.
:, : : ; ,: : And this great spot where the bottle fell, were, ready for Why anything.only"a week ago you and they ri&tke'Iove' tinder&*> V ,ppy days gracious, too.. .
; So, in the pfrkfen' prime, tilts b*... .. oldwent Tina beside whom the other and
That deluged the desk with the ink blood- youngerman Tina found Jeanne and Louis in the
i' !: "A week !r' Jeanne echoed I feel garden -
ago as for '
,. .: 1 i ; red, if it was ; by the' Jwo young lovers 'it, whose name was Barry, had found a together as she had said. They had
:; t .' .!"' Chanced when the came to tell years. people at La Totffclle did not take t r> 't. gave her companion a mischievous been there for the last half-hour gathering
'.. ,r.. 1..11",.. .... messenger kindly to the little tfiatt6rmg'English" girl-
.... ........., -" -- ut nn.1'UJ : U. 8eo.. Jcanne's birthday bouquet-it was Louis
,:' ". : 1:, 'Tis'thus I can trace the long, long CHAPTER II. Louis had chosen her, so'ltf rrtust be; but it 1tid (V, -lot say anything polite to me, who did this-laughing, chattering, happy.To .

'..11 Noting the strains on its quaint old years form, Beautiful in the early dawn of a May was something quite different to' what they You "'h., "aid ; you did not know Jeanne it was the old times come back

:i ; : Some standing for joys and some for tears morning the little island lay, basking in the had planned or intended, or-, indeed, eve'r yJf.l 1 know." be- again. Even for Louis, I think, just then

i : < j tt Sunshine or passing storm. ; bright spring sunshine. The tender flush of' dreamed of as possible. And: Jeannetheir" tin** I was jier' man answered.Dk1n't Tina had no existence. '
; but lately opened leaves clothed hill and own little Jeanne, did she care ? they:'asked .: "' I?" 1k:' y'<5te&? M 1 you that I"V'hat But she was coming towards them now-

.: .. :': t A date scratched here means a baby born ; valley ; orchards bloomed in stars of pink one another. They watched and watched1 1 Vas .h, will you shWr?l **..- who al- gay, unconscious, smiling. The two went

t. :', : One there means a child that died ; I and white; odors from a myriad blossomscame the days went by, but they could not telL am'orte of hose woi/flWfjil pMSbp* across. the wet grass to meet her. Jeanne's
: :1 This mark calls mind borne on every breeze. In hidden V wavs" .
to a man forlorn, know everything't'.J 'am was over. The same sun was shin-
: 'ot.
; : ::.: Crushed to earth in his pride, I dells streamlets sang on their morning way CHAPTER III. Tina laughed. How fetfnd' !I. fI *'' 5tlU! 'i n same soft spring air came over the

;,fl. ,.. : When the head of the house learned his circled to the blue round sparkling it sea that washed and Jeanne. la p'tite"as! _the old people and shan't. like you a bit." ... ".: ". ",. ,. 1 itig, th- 'wer-beds.. the sound of-- mm"--,"" .IU-."
'. 't., loved son all. while overhead another even LoUiS, were fond ol calling-her, was by : 'h; yes, you will, when yew.icnuw WI11U, otfthUt1Th. illwent'9n. bi.U .H.was the r>at
j:: For forgery lay in a felon's cell ; blue-clear, radiant, sunsteeped.-canopied no means so very little. Straight and slender a gbbd fellow I am," said Mr. I1n'fiy' : in'g' waved4 OJJjjeanne3; birthday as I

1 '' *:;>- I> And that marks the sin of another one, it. as a young poplar, it may be that she H'eas a fair, good-looking young' miW. ffi; longer; which she!
lay was t
S A trusted one who fell. A young girl was standing in the early looked taller than she really was. The free, he sibk-every slowly u'ml113d a funny,'solemtfway -- have saul; ;; the : but herself. (>

: 4k. sunshine on the green-clad summit of the graceful figure the large, generous nature : with him; it was only his eyes' ; nave nothing to do enjoy
,; : ,. Here, where the marks have an aimless hill that sheltered the old manor-house of alike struck one. that I'a'iiglVed.-\ It was not such a 1& small larty after

., j, ; trend, La Tourelle. She had looked on the same No there is nothing little about our \Ve1l,.since yon are so clever you can V tin that gathered upon the S. Ouen fife

I, I moved my pen in a dreamy way. scene a thousand times before ; near or far Jeanne," those at La Tourelle would to tell me what W'eW'el! talking about as you It took all the fingers of JealJlJe's, :

!l-, oj:<;1. ; For death had taken my life's best friend, there was not a treetop, notaspeck of white one another, to their neighbors, but say they came in," '1'' na save- and Tina hands to tell them over.

:f d t >: :My loving wife away; gleaming road, that she did not know by called her la p'tite" all the same. So it You were talking bout me, of course," .rarle was there, too, smiling and chatter
: And now desk is the heart. Yet as her fell it it deft brown fingers busied theni-
friend eyes on her
\ : my only now was just because there was nothing little said the yomi matt t&i HI?.
: 'r.' I .';.:" That binds my heart to the days agone- seemed to her it had never looked so fair. about the young girl that, although loving Tina was delighted1. .. How conceited yonall --4! over baskets and hampers. But Ma-
) .L, All else is new. As we near the end Hill and valley, the blue glittering bay, the anxious old eyes watched her in these are," she cried "'1 A ink you soldiers are rie"s: black eyes were not :so entirelyoccu-
: 1 i.:. ,p.;; :! We're little old-world bright ; she could not see
I r ;((1.. desolate and lone. town of St. Aubin's almostat spring days when so much was happening the worst of all.Shan! 1 tell you what we pied over their work that

f. t, her feet, the bigger town of St. Heliers they learned so little. She was a little paler., were saying?-no; 'mld never guess, what was taking place around her.
". .. : Ife :seems like a dream when I recall flashing back the morning sun at the far-off perhaps, but then the roses were always the not if you tried till yon.v YOU: -., ere. a general.' I. No, the lonDiatbe praised, one could
The misty memories back to the end of the bay there to her left-all i. saul well what was on in the
t ,.f r '; light ; away faintest on Jeanne's creamy skin "I should never' it, then I tell pretty
thegirlish gtiess
: t The joys and sorrows, the faith lay spread before her just she had known ; old fogies not have in the back of
[. : ; through nil as laugh did not ring out quite so clearly George Barry ; genernls-: re.stupid world yet eyes
I That God sets all things them all her life. it's It but to use the eyes one
': \ right ; or so often, it; might be, but then these soft who never aiyt 'ung unless one's head. was
1 gum
.i '., ''S, Though the wheels of commerce must never Yes, I suppose it is a good world," she sweet spring days were trying and Jeanne, something you particularly 4 'on't? want them had-and behold !"

t. ; 31 : cease was saying to herself; and yet, oh, why was going about so much ; or it might be it to know. However, as Tarn not a general 1 I think on this occasion Marie's bright
i" : But turn and turn through the must things change and alter? The the > this more than they cared for.
;; ; weary sea, was fancy altogether. Louis and Tina saw nor ever likely to be one;. Ii an.ess eves saw even
\ years. sky, the hills, they keep the same; it is we nothing. much-it} was nice." iamzelle Daunt and the young officer with
:; ; ;v The tired toilers will find release who change. I it is little something'very ; unless solemn air were evidently going to
I .t i suppose only a It. is Jeanne's birthday soon said Louis "It was nothing oS tate sot. the funny
: ;: ) ._ ; UP!-where there are no tears. place," she went on, as Tina says, but it's one day, when Tina's stay was drawing, to you call not being liskertfo' a Picmc verymce be inseparable, it is true; that was enough.On .
j Harry J. SJiCllman in American Counting big enough to be happy in-if we were only close. "She will be eighteen. What a 1"&I the sands, while Mane unpacked the
It ; Rou7n.ii' left alone But others shallwe call I, and arranged the dinner ; at the
come, and then- do, how shall we keep it?" Eh no I ild not
I _____ _ then it is never the same again !" Do ?" cried Tina that ; certainly slins oll1g to be Stone? itself, to which every one brought
let nice
; us have very if wcr
a picnic .YOU #
.. : & still. side
Ii by
She said the last few words aloud with of such appetites, there they were
.' j ., IN TilE GOLDEN PRIME. Httin,..,, .n.....,.. A V1:_1. _.._ _____ ,_ ,i i a course. there.___ _.. 1..!.__ h' eating no one could
T .4: u ; S. b'1" U l. : CIUPTEKI. elbow." shall it; be? whom shall weask? Come here, to where Louis sat by Jeanne ; 1m"i not get a word with either-not even LOUI-
: ; t Oh, Jeanne !1" said the new comer, Jeanne," he cried gayly well leave her for Mrs. not last gave up trying and perched
and ,
Away across the ; help Quesne
English himself
Channel where uncomfortable- coking
what dear
: a old goose you are I believe us." yet appeared. on the most
:' ; a little island lies. a sweet spring day was you don't think there is a world outside .itl con- rock available, neither eating nor
4 They in
; ':i T were old-fashioned I will tell all about it "
in you shew.
softly closing a tender silence drawingroom Mane
; brooding this little shred of an island of yours. As where the YOU sneaking, only looking gloomily on.
piano stood fidentially as
land Jeanne ,
over and gaze came back.
I sea. The echo of ; was
;*. had died the sanset- for people coming to it and waking you all softly touching the keys. see this day week is Jeanne's birthda. v she did not pity him one bit.
gun Over look
away. the darkening ought to be much \<*d- Mamzelle Tina would never
up you obliged to them. Let If only
: us somewhere will be '"
go by
: ourselves she eighteen"-young \ '
waters had Barry nod
twilight fallen. it
'E No sound save I know I should be. And as for things said when she I at him gain, that would be better still
heard "and '
; the faint murmur of the they were talking we are to have a picnic.: who..
incoming tide, or changing, of course they change of. only Jeanne who was sorry
; only fancy "Somewhere was
v not too far see.
the late off Louis "To
; 1 ;: call of thrush or blackbird further a world where they didn't !" where the dear old which we are not to be asked ; I ut witched him with anxious. wistful eyes.;
inland, came to break the stillness. people can come. Which of is it will not have for him br
: But when you get used to a place. and Don't listen to her Louis *' you us ? 1 .ot who would have made a place
+ In an old manor-house, gray and ivy- to the ?" said cried Tina. of course, it is you I wonder are Mr. was on her nth"r
:iL people Jeanne, putting out her She is not to have you i. \1- her side But Byng
grown, nestling dim in the twilight at a hand. matter anything to say in the afraid to tell me Supposing I were to SW side and. Louis pretended not to, see, the in-

I ; steep hill's foot, with lawn and flower-beds Then I think it is time to change-the -Louis; and we are I. going It is to arrange everything low my sword, or do anything else equall v_ vitation., Young Byn who could not hut

: stretching down almost to. where the waves place and the people. Oh, you need not and you are to have your birthday-treatl :desperate as soon as I get back to the barracks see what was Rofng on> have given a

q4 came rippling in, a young girl sat at her look so scandalized. I should never want except enjoy it when nothing it 10" do with it, what would you do then ?*' good deal for such kindly looks, but he
piano. Her fingers touched with a certain to change vou too comes. Well, we certainly should not put off\ not for him.
e ::4 you are delightful ; but "Very good, said Jeanne \ knew that. they were
old-fashioned grace the yellow smiling; "I the picnic, said Tina The,
keys, for the it is true all the same. see is to be laughing. After dinner it was just the same

1 r instrument.. like the house, was old and "Ana----- -T./Mtte-.--- ?." _-J"ln-'-...r,.rt- .!oolrrt/1. "' ",n.'ith.... .... .11.f.4"In... my Now part, Louis; cried very Tina easy. For the first time, solemn-faced George I uests went ofT in little groups of twos anti
L impatiently
Hme-worn. Barry laughed, too. that ,
:; t:! laugh. "let ustfo on." II 1 1: 'irees_ some. ..in this. direction. ___ ,_some__....._in ...... .
The girl's voice, at least Xo. lie said.'I I dun't hpli".tUI1. t 1 H.HI ...,. ..'.- V
was and .
young Hum Louis ah Well I _. ... -
don't -- -- iiiu ;
.i I J ? i' fresh know. Us? echoed Louis, laughing "it strikesme V --- } 1 again it was i nut JUUIlr
[ enough it ; would. .
as went
thrilling through The girl put her pretty head side it ai and Mr. Byng. who were togrthe-
:; on one mademoiselle nne
you who
the quiet room, and-for the are going At that moment Mrs. Le
windows Quesne
: were and pretended to look doubtful. to Je His disappeared altogether.
:; ,I wide open-into the still soft night beyond. But for "arrange everything. the room. The young men hastily left their Lo far/' the Colonel 1 1d
f1 1 MCv j you care him, Tina? and Jeanne Of course I am, and it is Mind and don't go too
I{ The song a quaint French ballad, sounded looked anxiously in her companion's going to to you who are seats and went forward to meet her ; the after the young people ; it is going ,
say 'yes' everything.
sad Listen little
H strangely and the clear young voice laughing face. tete-a-tete in the far-off corner came calk "
4;i % trembled In the first place everybody is to be in.
I in the invited to end.
darkness. an As the
'I Care for him ? of course I care for him do you understand ?" to ra ids were already gathering.
Suddenly the song ceased. From the I think he Tina ran over to Jeanne's side. She took l less and t "";o
,! garden is the dearest, handsomest little i Oh, I CZo, ion wore on there was ::
,''I \\lSi;; came a quick, light step, a hand was Frenchman in the world-there !" won't object certainly to meet only old Le hope Mesurier the Governor the chair on which Mr. Byng had been sit- afterm y to be seen. A cold mist was driv-
i laid upon the sill of one of the win- Jeanne Jean at the ting/ blues!i( and alike were
open -quiet n stamped her foot farm here and that her .. V Before long sea sky
: : dows the figure of a young man came leap- angrily. ; ladyship-she is I have told him all about it," she whis- ing in. out. A heavy rain was falhni
H't' ? ing in ; a young manly voice came enough as a rule, I knowwon'tquite pered hurriedly. You must. ask them the starting
?! sounding He is no more French than you are" scare Mrs. now, blotted 1 I l ; came hurrying up to
: and
poor the
t "
through the room. she cried hotly. He is Jersier to the back- Mesuriers into Miss Le do -YOU liear. Jeanne ? <,:,tt.fim.1r... em ->rc was shelter to be had close b.yn l .
?: j Jeanne Jeanne, I say ;" then the voice bone. As for little, he is not a great statuary." interesting specimens of native Jeanne smiled and nodded. Tina look::,'l p1at7thacross -iages- were being got ready. I.oni'::!

} i changedVhy: Jeanne, what is it?" red-faced Englishman, if that is what You too to her late companion. He had seated while carr. the last to reappear some of the
you are
What has happened ?" mean." Speak to him. Jeanne.stupid" pouted Tina. himself by Mrs. Le Quesne's side, and with was one of already been got off. Mrs. l*

But still Jeanne did not answer. When first I saw him." Tina went I an air of having known her all his life, was party hadQuesne c hurrying up to him fidget
on thought Jeanne
was not to
You are ill ? Still no answer. Someone provokingly, I did not think I should like mouth !I" said Louis but open her chatting away to her in just the same funny, cam
has vexed von." At the bare ; come, let us be slow way, and with the same solemn look Tina?" she cried.ot i.
t ; i 'S the man's voice thought" him at all. I could only laugh, he lookedso serious ; there are only a dozen we shall n nnn,.. .I..;.... (..,.,,,,,, '1..<.' ...J,__ 1._ I._ .1 -1-__ anxious.., 'n". Jeanne "
,. I young" grew angry. Who comical with his dark cropped head and rmlllv ('!'Irp tn !'I<:LJ" ........rl T.. .....,:.. .L1 _rot' __ '-t' n""II lit: lIall lalKeu 10 \\ Here art been with yon?
t is it? he cried ; then, suddenly calming that little black moustache of his-no Eng- I, -V"I familiar .n. -.UIU" UHI Ull as Tina. She, too, was evidently finding him Have they n- ot here?". he; cried, looking

t : himself, gently tried to pull the girl's hands lishman goes about like that." Tina many shook her names head. upon his fingers. But amusing. "Are they n' him, half frightened and i
t from before her hidden face. But care for him Mrs. Le Quesne was a little, finefeaturedold quickly ronnd
you now, Not
;V -. Oh, Louis," said the girl as he got her Jeanne anxiously, or how will you persisted live all." near enough, it will be no fun at lady, with keen dark eyes and quick, wholly angry."They \ th Mr. Byng anti Mr. Barman -

Lands in his, how silly you are !1" And here all your life? '"It is only a little place, Louis looked at Jeanne bright un-Engli&h ways, for strangely are wiry ., at his elbow. "boiue
V V then she laughed and tried to make believe as you say, and the people are always the on his face."They ; a cloud was enough it was Louis, not Jeanne, whom she ," said a youn ? had seen them on the

there were no tears upon her face. same." resembled. She was smiling now at something one said that th:L( "'re the mist came on.i "

"Ami? lam glad to hear it is only "Yes, it is a little place" Tina said slowly, Tina" Jeanne are just our own friends, you see, the young fellow was saying. rocks out there be I c stranger to the i iv h-laIH1.'

: that" said Louis simply. I was afraid it looking round her, "and the people--but, mine. I don't think explained there, Louis's and "What'is this :Mr. Barn' is telling me The speaker w:a.s'\ round on him.

*V V was something much worse." bah it is not yet, why trouble one's self?" we should are any others about a picnic?" she called' out to Louis ; Louis turned shII rp\, cried "do you k1O

4 V V It is quite a young voice that speaks, and, Trouble" Jeanne was beginning, but she added really care Tina's to ask ; unless, that is," why is he not to bo asked? lIe tells me Jlan Dieti !" he ? Out there in thi'

now that it is evident there is nothing very Tina turned a deaf ear. there is as countenance fell, he is very unhappy about it, and does not what you are s:\yil\ \ling in !"

Vj I much the matter, it rings gayly enough. Oh dear, how hungry I am !I" she cried ; larly to come.any "one you would like particu- think he can remain in the island." mist and the tide! run. st and strong The
a "' I was afraid you were unhappy and if Louis burst out laughing in of him- their fac e3.
i we stay up here much longer I shall eat Tina's face on which cloud and spite It was coming in, A ving in
i that is not like you, Jeanneyouknow; and .ron !1"' were given to, chase another sunshine self; then he had to explain. spray was alrea drt rying; Marie, wIth

: : somehow now I anr so happy myself," the She had caughtJeanne's hand in hers, and as on an April day brightened.one as quickly. "It's some of Barry's nonsense," Mr. Mrs. Le Quesnechattering was i lung on every on*.
V t V young fellow chatted on, it seems as if in another moment the two were running "Of Byng was saying to Jeanne, and then he too teeth,, wa c& Mamzelle Jeaant'
V .. every one else must be happy too. No down course there is, she said quickly, heard about the picnic. thinking of
V one lightly the hill. At the hill's foot with little t to save la p'tite): -her ere
V should be miserable if I could help it-you Louis Le Quesne was standing, his dark said flush orie"'of and laugh ; why, you Well, I will invite you, Mr. Barry" said ]It was Jeanne the: two \i\ i9, 'oublethelitw'Refore
.: least of all. Why, it would break them was very nice, Mrs. Le Quesne, when the state of the
my head uncovered, his little black moustache Jeanne." case I am afraid in th leirsudde.almost 'j 1 t i "n.
heart.. freshly trimmed and pointed. "I"cried V was made clear to her. English girl was ; foi ;go'I I am fy
Not quite, I think Jeanne answered Jeanne, wondering, perplexed. "And Byng?" said Mr. Barry "
Here plaintively Hush !
you are at last, he said. How "Oh Jeanne know ; said ]Louis sha. \ "Ply; .
V : softly She had got away her hands and hungry you both look 1 Come in Tina and said the, you you did You I never go out without Byng." lug!" "r nd thehere
other Mr. "
sat turning a little ring upon one of the fin- have some breakfast!I" -for an Englishman.night Byng was very nice "And Mr. Byng, of course if he will be But where ? I: him. the t3 .. :

gers round and round. La Tourelle, the old manor-house Did good enough to come." 1 blinding mist-he could do ea helitf'ifrom .
was a I? .
) V. 44 Oh, but it would though," Louis Saidstouth' very old house indeed. Le Quesnes have lieve I did and laughed Jeanne : well I "be Of.course Mr. Byng declared himself deI I behind him the c t jlOtIJJflL..
is it he want asked ? ,, '
as Jeanne gave a little friendly owned La Tourelle for I cannot how Tina stole you lighted and then came a discussion as to might catch a glir mpse of thei u sum....lL
say look
Louis :
V a at who 8:0
walking -
was the
movement of dissent. Of whereabouts of mewb
course I am many hundred years. The Le Quesne who and down the intended excursion. There was nothitwas i ng else to bt,s d
up the
happy, he" went on ; how could I be owns it now is old and childless, and it is "There were two of room.them, know Spot after spot was suggested, canvassed, f certainly I not forgotten by 'li tu 00 e. Tin::..
otherwise? you thrown aside. .
his nephew Louis who will come after him. she said I one day-many days: after-it aai:, bact yet-
At the sound of triumph in his voice the The young man and Jeanne (who is old Louis stayed simply.in his walk. *' You I tell you what," said George Barry, ]him that it was Jeanne's I namtk] tie t too
girl pave a little shiver. Mrs./Le are never I when at last the two rose to leave 1 hadI
Quesne's niece) have indeed, knownno "you kept repeating t himself uih/ nS
wanting those fellows at the
:. *' But I want you to be happy, too.' Is it other home. Louis was at St. Servan, 1 asked !r' he said barracks t think it over between this and, say Sunday, stumbled up the steep cliff' 5''id:: % ana
so very wonderful, dear? Why it seems to sharply, looking from :and Byng and I will walk in the afternoon he t the-
just across the water, for two or three years, Jeanne Tina. over top stood still.a i moment, ;;
the waiting
V me Jeanne we have never been apart you at the college there, it is true, but he was :strangers." Why, they are merest and hear what you have decided. You bank his breath ; I i knowing' m. truth to get

and I. The same scrapes and tears to folI glad enough to get back to the old place, His dark he will let us come, won't you. Mrs. Le Qnesne? was to be done n xt. The misi: Was what
eyes were flashing, was twist- You
don't know what arol1ol
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most blinded him. He could scarcely tell sessed him. Instead, something was cryingout I i A RIVAL OF QUININE DISCO --

sea from land. If the missing ones had got within him that he was free. Free and i ERED. REAL ESTATE. I DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.

out to the rocks, as that stranger fellow badsaid Jeanne' loved him-had loved him always. I German medical journals discuss'
no one, nothing could save them. As Was it so? If only it were true! He medical lately discovered a new EST 4 nL'ISI-.IED: 1S75.
agent by
be recognized all the horror and his help- raised his eyes and saw her coming toward :Fischer of Munich. In the course of

lessness, the young fellow groaned aloud. If him pale, fragile still, but the old sweet series of investigations concerning the a long .
there had been but he could do smile her face. He nature DRUGS MEDICINES
something upon went hastily to r :
and be "
action of quinine found that '
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he started : .
Presently then gave a shout to meet her. of succession .chemical transformations : .: .. _
those beroA girlish laugh had caughthis Come,"' he said, your seat is ready I by means a a substance can be obtained, in- "J. :.' -.t.5':-...}1it; ; : '?.1-;,. "'<;","4,
ear, a minute more and for and I have <,lip.r .. : HORSEY" .
two figures waiting you, something to the form of a white crystalline; powder,from & CO.

drenched and forlorn-looking, were aimostupon tell you." She saw the letter in his coal tar, which greatly resembles quinine in ..' f, :'" ,
| him. They were Tina and Mr. Barry. hand: and looked at him with kind, inquiring its action on the human or anistll. Fischer ,,: .
Tina was laughing and talking as though *' Yes," he said "it is from her- ." ..
eyes. has given it the name of""kairin. The ::
she had never left tiff.: The rain had, atany from Tina. Cannot you guess what it is chief effect produced by it, as yet observed, : 'I PHARMACISTS 1 L

rate, not spoilt her pleasure. Louis' heart she has written to tell me at last?" is the rapid diminution of fever heat, and .. '
gave a thankful throb as he recognizedthem. He had seated himself by Jeanne's side ; its efficiency in this respect is described < J

he had caught one of her white, trembling remarkable. It is believed that it will ren-as : ., .. .. Centre Street,
44 Where is Jeanne?" he cried ; "a nice hands in his. der the use of ice in fe\'ereases .:. .
fright you have given us!" "Oli, Jeanne !r' he cried, cannot you and unnecessary ., .
its skillful employment will enable FERNANDIN.'LORID..!
"Jeanne is safe enough," said Tina mischievously guess it all? She cares for me no longer, the physician to moderate the J 1': ,
temperatureof -
; "Mr. Byng is taking care of and I-it was a dream, a fever-I am free !" the patient. ( hand fine
her. Come, Mr. Barry," she cried over her When Mrs. Le Quesne came some half- Kairin is also reported to have less inconvenience "t KEEP of FRESH on and PURE a assort:FOR-
shoulder *' I must I hour later to look for \V > ::>
run on. am wet she saw at
for the stomach than quinine. But EIGN and DOMESTICDrug's
through. once what had happened. She sent Jeanne observation does not show-as at least : | r' '
yet, ;
George Barry and lingered behind a moment. off to her sofa, to beef-tea-goodness knows -that it possesses that tonic and restorative j i and Chemicals
Miss close what.
"Byng Dumaresque are 4
influence ,
for which quinine is
behind," he said politely. We have been '' Do you want her to have another fever administered. Perhaps' from so frequently chemical '. .- 't' ".
over the old church and manor-house, and ?" she said to Louis. Then she went and physiological point of view, the most ..r : ;-,,:': Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
waited, hoping it might clear and found the Colonel. "It has all come valuable thing about the new discovery is

Then the young man. hastened on. Louis right," she cried, between tears and laughter that it seems to bring us nearer to findingout Lj ; Proprietary and<< Fancy Goods

made no attempt to follow; lIe was not intending ; it's''la p'tite' who will come into my the chemical nature of the quinine itself i it, .
to wait for the others either. At.Tina's old shoes, after all." ,. ... FINE TOILET -
words all his had back. Marie of and the true character of its agency. ., ./,j 'd.' "..'',;-'!' ,. ..,<-... -' .,,t,.' ARTICLES, .
anger come course, soon knew all about it. The ;
has been and
As he stood halting, irresolute, the two She could scarcely contain herself; she manufactory discovery of kairin established patented, under, the a .:.,'r f ;' r' ;,,: : t'j"j" ,
came hurrying up.) Yes, he was angry scolded Louis, she petted "la p'tite;" she direction of Professor Laubenheimer, of .,..-- ,:..:. ".
enough, hut somehow at thesightof Jeanne, triumphed over the absent "Mamzelle Tina" Giessen. But, as it is said that the cost of IN GREAT VARIETY.

pale, drenched with rain, but safe, his anger -Tina, who would only have laughed could producing a kilogram (about 35i oz.) of the "
melted. As he met her clear tender she have heard -
gaze her. new agent is !15, it will be some time be- .
his face softened. "What will Air. when becomes .Jtiij'- Pbysieiaus.rescriltions
own Byng
say fore its patrons can hope to see it take the .
You are wet through, Jeanne," he said to hear?" :Marie said to her mistress ; the place of quinine in practical pharmacy.- -- carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

anxiously ; "if you are not too tired you poor young man who came every day to inquire London Time '.- 4' reasonable prices.

had better" walk home with me, it will be far after Mamzelle" Jeanne, when she lay ________ u__ ___.___ __ or' '''1' ,'; '.>.: "',' ; ,
safer. at death's door. .
"I am not a bit too tired," Jeanne declared For myself, I do not know what Mr. Byng AN OLD WOMAN DEFYING THE '.'" ,"5;: ..>'- X .' ,\.

said. I only know that he shortly went LOCOMOTIVE. i'.. ...,.:t Ritf. i :. .
Louis turned to Byng. He was feeling away on leave. It was getting autumn 'Veil, sir," said an engineer, as he took .
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quite amiably, even to him. then; it was winter before'he came back. a doughnut, all these accidents occur just 't ; : :' ?

Will you mind telling my aunt that my George Barry had got leave too ; it was he by people trying to be smart. I have seen t -; '.___. ; PALMER BRO'S

cousin i is walking home with me," he said. who came alone to La Tourelle on their return hundreds of farmers who would stop their ',., ." :" '. ':.. ." i ,
"The distance is nothing; most of the people and took back a piece of wedding- teams far enough away from a train so ; :' .3

are from our neighborhood ; if you can cake for Byng to sleep upon.-All the there would be no danger, but about one in -... -

get the wettest of them to walk too do, Year Round. ten acts as though he owned the earth, and ,, 1 PHARMACISTS tr4 I

there's a good fellow." __ __h_ if he gets the hind end of his wagon over ,

The good fellow thus dismissed could not A MYSTERY OF TUB OCEAN. he thinks he has achieved something re- .. |..II[ .[Il-ifli| | | | .|II| I 9{tt{ H't 1 I II I- I I Itt- ,
very well decline the mission, but his hon- markable. I expect to kill a woman out .. .
est face clouded not a little. It was with reluctant here about 100 miles one of these dav She

eyes he bade Jeanne good-bye. WHAT A SUMMER VISITOR SAW OFF THE NEW drives an old black mare, and I think she Centre Street, near Depot;

Louis drew her hand in his ; all his bad JERSEY COAST. lays for a train. She sees the train coming j J s. y

temper had flown, his brightness had come ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. August 19. and slaps the old mare with the lines and r FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
back. hurries the track, and the old
mare stopsas
There has been much talk here and con-
What a failure it has been !" he said siderable though she was going to eat grass, and
quite cheerfully. excitement over a report that an then the old lady looks at me in the cab THE FLORIDA : @ "ABSOLUTEI..YURE -
unknown schooner sank off Beach Haven t
Oh, I hope not!" said Jeanne. "It is, on Friday evening with all hands. It window through her spectacles, slaps the
of course, an unfortunate ending; but for said that she was old mare some more and she meanders off OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED

that, I think they have all enjoyed it." that both vessels was pursued heading by for a the steamer shore; the track just before I hit her, and the old T
Have you?" asked Louis quickly, in his under full sail and steam, and that when lady looks back at me just as the engine DRUGS AND CHEMICALS

voice a jealous throb. "It was your pic- about five miles out the schooner suddenlysank. whirls past, and my heart is in my mouth, Fernandina<< ,

nic-you were to, you know." It was also said that the schooner and she looks just as though she thought I

Was I ?" Jeanne said with a little sigh. carried a black flag. Up to this evening no was running that way for fun, and that I Towns on R. R. Line., Standard Patent Medicines,

"Yes, I remember; yes; it has been pleasant clue has been obtained to the identity of the am an impolite thing, because I don't slack
enough, but, somehow I think the old for her. Some the marsh out
day thereis
schooner, and the affair is in up And<< Cedar<< Key. --
birthdays were the best." tery. The little town of Beach wrapped Haven mys-is an going to have a shower of black. mare andbuggy -I I Fancy TOILET Articles, -
wheels and spectacles and there will
isolated fishing village on Long Beach,about -
be crape on the old lady's door, and insteadof .
thirteen miles north of There
verdict of coroner's
is no regular Signal Service station at that jurywill PERFUMERY, -
Tina was gone, the little island knew her blame the engineer, and her relatives Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large;
point, the telegraph office in of
no more. There had been, I need charge will sue the for Y
scarcelysay Frank Taylor company damages. -Peck's LUBIN'S: fl1TrLt.CTS' etc. \
many protestations of love and faithfulness a trustworthy operator Sun. ] number of the most eligible and desirable
between the employed by the guests of the summer .
lovers and whenit -- --- ---
young ;
came to saying good-bye to Jeanne, Tina's hotels. The eye-witnesses of this singular GOOD ADVICE.-YoU will prevent and cure Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for _#3S* Especial and careful attention paidto

tears had flowed freely. occurrence were Dr. Holden, a well-known the greater part of the ills that afflict man- PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by

"They are not for you, Louis," she had physician visitor at Beach of Newark Haven, N.for J., who has been a kind in this or any section,.if you keep your City or Suburban Residences, an experienced Druggist.SfMR. .
five six r
cried out, laughing in the midst. of them ; or sum- stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect work-
mers, the doctor's wife, children, and coach- ; RABB, the Manager, will sleep
it is Jeanne that I cannot bear to leave. ing order. There is no medicine known UPON EASY TERMS.
But by the time the pier at St. Heliers was man. Dr. Holden's statement, which he corroborated that does this as surely as Parker's Ginger over the store. and will respond to all calls

.reached....1 ....... .LL..a..,.."_her" ,good,.t..a.1" spirits. .. ",....:1 had:,._come.... ..1._back.._.., nrliinlt..------ .hiS..-this.f'lInih''''morning'.',. Uo"a v..,,," I'">'v.n."Iunnn in.....person......... .'V",,.and....." UII" h'''''' '"'''-' O..vVOllllllll o VU "U 'Vt: as follows pure, give you good at little cost. -- -

sel's deck, waving her hands gayly and cry'ing''abitGt"the "I had :been gunning for marsh fowls See other column. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
only patois" she
during the afternoon of
was carrying away with her-to Louis Friday. The storm rial enterprises who will erect the
standing with wistful the shore., having cleared overhead,although the waves WHY WELCOME.-What makes Floreston on prop-
eyes upon
After this were running mountain high, lilY wife and Cologne welcome on every lady's toilet
perhaps think that
you things erty purchased substantial
table is its
drove and
went on in their old at La Tourelle. family out to meet me at a pointsome lasting fragrance
two miles north of Beach Haven. flowery odor.CuriositylVariety. C'sh
How this might have been opposite -
under other and the residence, or in which to conduct theirbusiness.
happier circumstances, I cannot tell ; but life-saving station, which is not ,

as it; was, poor Jeanne fell ill. She had not manned this summer, we saw a raksh-look- .

been quite her old self for some time past; ing two-masted schooner, carrying a black KING-'S: :

the thorough; wetting on the day of the picnic flag, making straight toward us, and appar- INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Gtn9KENDALL'S
ently pursued by steamer. The f
hud done its work. Before Tina had a schooner +
gone a week her friend labored heavily and shook about a great StoreOffers 6 t) SQA \ti uRE -
lay delirious, in the deal in the by exemption for a term of years from -
clutches of fever. What hearts ached in the heavy seas. My attention was -

old house, as the weary days went by attracted which particularly by the black flag, a large and carefully selected taxation, offered by the several cities and
Louis wandered all day about the garden or r down by the shore enormous wave lifted the schooner until the discovered, as it is certain in its
never beyond call.
told him his name was ever on Jeanne's They entire hull, apparently filled with men, STOCK OF HOSIERYFor Apply to effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
stood out in bold ,
relief. I watched her sink BELOW.
lips. One day they let him see her, but she
in the 1
trough, and when I looked
did again she -
not recognize her old companion, and was nowhere to be The Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. Office cor. Beach & 7th sts.!! Fernandina.
seen. steamer which
went still ,
on crying out his name. Louis
was still some distance to the south Saved Him 1,800.00.
was broken-hearted. Her voice stabbed him HANK: : IE:R,CI-FIEFS: : :
to the quick. Tina's letters, that at first schooner directly to the spot where we last saw the ADAMS, \. Y., January 30, 1882. 1

came regularly enough, brought him no steamed carefully around it, and Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
then Silk Linen and Cotton.
comfort. As time went on they came less there came to a dead halt. She remained ,. GENTS-Having used a good deal of your

and less regularly, and at last not at all. It apparently motionless for half an Gloves Neckties Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
hour. Ribbons
scarcely seemed trouble him. Jeannewas I sighted at her down my gun-barrel, thought I would let you know what it has

getting better then, all danger was past, She and then am sure she did not move in that time. Laces, Towels, Napkins, ;. done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya

there was nothing for her to do but to get steamed to the north and out to Dress Lining, Buttons., colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.

well as fast as possible. It seemed to Louis sea. I could not see her launch any boatsor and Notions Generally.A When I was breaking; him he kicked overtime .

that nothing could ever trouble him any make search for the crew of the schooner, .- eross-bar and got fast. and tore one of his

more. though" it is natural to suppose that she did new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best ,

One morning, toward noon, as he was so.Dr. Holden TIES just received and marked low. ,. farriers but they all said he was spoiled.
waiting for her in the garden, where she is still in Beach Haven, a .' >J He had a very large thorough-pin, and I

came now he place, by the way, which has been for years '.., ', used two bottles of Kendall's
day Spavin
every saw Marie coming Our Stock of CORSETS is ,;<,'; your
past a resort for Jay Cooke and his Very Superior .
toward him ; it was mail-day, and she had family Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off, and

a letter in her hand. Somehow, Louis knewat and here other and in Philadelphians,and is well known I ; In PICTURE FRAMES BRACK- \.j?:'... he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have -

from whom Newark. .. used it for bone and and
once it was. He took a turnor : ETS spavins wind-galls,
two about. the garden before he opened Frank Taylor, the telegraph operator, said fine VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a :, it'.1';., it has always cured completely and left the.
it. When at last he did so, this is what he yesterday morning: There is no doubt in -. ; ,; leg smooth.It .
read : the world of the correctnesss of Dr. Holden's '" is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I .

MY DEAR Louis: I wonder if are version of the mysterious affair. People FLORIDA AID SEMI-TROPICAL CURIOSITIESA ;'. have recommended it ton good many, and

very angry with me. It is a long time you since here have been wild ever since the doctor's SPECIALTY. ,. \ .;..' '-. they all say it does the work. I was in With- .

I wrote, and I do not think I should be return on Friday evening. When he returned "<;': .,. ..' erington &Kneeland'sdrngstorein Adams,
writing now, but there is something I want Dr. Holden: was himself considerably ;' Orders from the Country SoJicitetl.KING'S .' '' the other day, and saw a very fine picture.you .

to tell you. I still think you are the dearest excited and said : 'The schooner undoubtedly '. .;,; sent them. I tried to hay it, but could.

boy in the world, but I am afraid we do not went down right before my eyes.' not; they said if I would write to you that
love one another The people here have been after me ever would send I wish would
as people do who wish to you me one. you ,
live together all their lives. I. at least, since for news, asking if the crew were 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. ,.1', )'t : and I will do you all the good I can.

could not live all my life in your little drowned and if nothing had come ashore. < ",' Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.
island of which you are so fond. It is On Saturday evening two fishermen reported .
enough, but it is so small-the sound of pretty the finding two barrels washed ashore on the In the Justice's Court, Nassau '..,,' "... ..-':. -

sea is out of beach off where the doctor saw the schooner Fla. Kendall's
never one's ears, and one sees County, .. : t, Spavin Cure.
the sink, but I have not seen the barrels. '
same faces always, always. I am fond Dr. Holden's coachman said I RILEY E. ROBINSON vs. MAR-1) ':;,: .; '. ,!'; ,
of change and I to" : was terribly ON IIUI AX FLESH.
see the
excited while
There is we were watching the .. .".
some one here-he is
ever so old, steamer the schooner and when TOL, her husband, and THE :h; VEVAY. IND., 12 1881.
and I have known him all life chasing the ,.; August ,
my -he is FLORIDA TOWN IMPROVEMENT .' ; ; mac.f :. "
forever schooner went down I jumped off my box. Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
travelling, here there and
He has asked everywhere Big Peter says he found a piece of a stern ofa COMPANY. : GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-
me to with him ,:: f tX1-:
and I have said'Yes.1 Can go foreign-built boat on the beach on Satur- State of Florida, Nassau County. day. Please send mesome with my imprint,

I give you back to Jeanne, dear you little forgive Jeanne me? day night, with part of a Spanish word on You are hereby notified that a writ of at- .,. printed on one side only.1 The Kendall's:
who loves it, but he has told several different stories tachment has been issued against the Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
who has loved you, : :
her life. In your you last told she you all about it. I never felt so bad in my life as I said Margaret Bristol and V. J. Bristol, her / : .,. 7.l and not only for animals, but for human

petting better you me was did to see the schooner roll over and then husband, and your property attached to ..... ailments also. Mr. Jos. Vorw::, one of the
every day : by'thi! time she \: .
should be quite well. Give her dear, go down in the flash of an eye and no sign satisfy the demand of Riley E. Robinson, ;' .. .lt7; :;: leading farmers in our county, sprained an
dear love. I shall my of a soul saved of her crew. There is some amounting to the sum of one hundred dol- : ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
never see her again, but I about ...1' remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
mystery the whole business-the
will lars. Now unless shall beforeG. .
never you appear ; ;- '
forget her-never. '
Your affec- ?: :
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tionate friend, steamer's chasing the schooner and her try- W. Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in : did far better than he had expected; cared ;
ing to get away, and carrying the black flag, and for Nassau county, at his office at :Fer- f :_j-- : .. ;, :;:y. the sprain in very short order.
too. The sea was terrible although the sun nandina, Fla., on the 18th' day of September ::; {; :.:.. .:> '. ,' Yours respectfully, C. 0. TIIIEBAND.
The blow had fallen at last. As I ouisred was shining. I'' the steamer reached D. Price $1 bottle G bottles for
guess A. 1883 at lOo'clock a. in.,judgmentwill -', per or $5. All
the coreless little missive that seemed the place where the schooner went down in be rendered against you, and your prop ,4';/.lj1 '- druggists have it or can get it for yon or it

!so like Tina herself, his face flushed, his about ten minutes after she disappeared." erty sold to pay the debts. Dated this 17th .' .'- iV/' will be sent to any address on receipt ofprice

h t I hands he were trembling. A knowledge that Mr. Taylor says he has no information of day of July, 18"S3. .. ., ',' by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KKN-

ought to be feeling very miserable, min the name of either vessel. No black flag is RILEY E. ROBINSON, ;::;('"'If.'J s, '. DALL & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt. .
with a strange sort of consciousness known in marine codes save the piratical Plaintiff I Send for Illustrated Circular.

that he was feeling nothing of the sort, pos- symbol of de.'l.th.Yelo York Times. Fernandina, Fla., August 18, 18S3-4w. .:: ". dPY.C' :',.-' :.; .. Sold by all Druggists.


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I. \. 11 i!" far beneath the surface of immense THE DEATII OF JUDGE BLACK.
that 100 sheep, regularly folded, will fertilize EDITORIAL
:ti': ,r: THE FLORIDA MIRROR.r so as to double the yield |of crops eight -- and beds impacted rocks, or in the beds Jeremiah S.York Black died at Brockie.his residence -
near Pennsylvania, early yesterday -
::1, t ;j ,' "". .. acres per year. LOUISVILLE EXPOSITIOrLORIDA TARDY- of mountain streams. morning, at the age of seventy-three

t', ';,1 r ;. :,' l SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1883. If there were two million of sheep in THE EXHIBITS SOT YET ALL INFLORIDAAS Archer is not over sixty' feet above the years, leaving a void in the legal professionand

f ,, '.. \ ,. '.'.ri r CAPITAL VICTORIOUS. Georgia, as is claimed, if properly A HOME FOR YOUNG MEN, ETC.SEWANEE sea level, and the character of its rocks indi I which in cannot the politics be filled.and life of the country

., ; : : X TESN., August 21. cates their marine formation being composed,
T r j protected, the increased productionfrom Judge was a man of genius, a profound
"H:;.. .:,t r L The telegraph strike has terminated. in the effects of their manure would be The Louisville Exposition is attracting as appears to the eye, of sea shells imbedded lawyer. a brilliant advocate a fearless
t't! the failure of the strikers. There' is. perhaps defender of the convictions of his mind.
; Like most affairs of the in flint rock. Have these rocks been raised
f.' J 'It "''1' which would seem to worth four millions of dollars per annum. much attention. Indifferent to the popularity of the moment,
\ r; '.) ; .71f; : no employment The conclusion of the Georgia Commis- kind, it is said to be very much behind time. from the bed of the sea, settled from some his concern was fur the performance of his
have more elements of success in a genera duties and for the defence
professional of
: I '; : ";1.t sioner of Agriculture,and of his correspondents The Exposition, it is said, will not be filled higher elevation ? The rock formation on
:c I.. strike than that of the telegraph. It is not the principles, political and religious whichhe
;; : but of aulgeneris is that the one thing needed to bringup with expected exhibits for two or three which Archer rests extends out into the had adopted and revered as truth.
c' :,' '1! i..:.,::f.!' 's only a,skilled and unlike employment any other, in the fact that the profit of sheep raising to 72 per cent. weeks to come. The buildings are said to Gulf of Mexico, shelving out very gradually; Among mental the striking constitution qualities his of wit JudgeBlack's and

: ';:.:, .. '' ..."I. f: training in any other employment: gives no is a stringent dog law. be very.handsome and very extensive but for 100 miles, when all at once the edge of a imagination were those perhaps which most

(/"'t, & .'' "/. ". '! It is claimed that the climate of Georgia the dilatoriness of exhibitors leaves many precipice is reached, which drops down strongly impressed the cursory observer.
iy this.
j ; help These gifts always added to his forensic arguments -
F ,';'' yf : p It was, moreover, a species of business corresponds with that of the best wool- vacant or half-filled departments.This from 100 fathoms to the bottom of a basin and to his conversation a racy and

: : without growing regions of the world. Exposition is an admirable illustra- many hundred fathoms deep. At a dis delightful flavor that made them memora
:: which does not admit suspension
; r ? r'.: ,. .. inconvenience and disturbance Spain and Australia, both famous wool- tion of the progress of the South in the last tance of six to eight miles the depth offshore ble. In English literature and history he
t ; .; 1' ,; great public was deeply read,and the illustrations which
r, ,;', of business affairs. growing countries are cited as proof of this. ten years. In many ways the coon try showsits is only 25 feet, so that a vessel can pointed his reasoning spiced his talk were

r .' ,,'..,,' ", Moreover the sympathy of the public By the same reasoning. Florida has a climate increasing prosperity and foreshadowsits readily anchor out of sight of land. often drawn from those sources; but he was
i '' .I : equally familiar with the annals of his own
P- ,IE'"j, : was with the strikers. Their employers equally favorable. future wealth and greatness.It Professor Smith, of Alabama, classed this; country, and of all its parts, and with the

:. >.' ,' '':j ,' ,\ ';: were getting very large interest on their Australia, Tasmania and New Zealandnow is greatly to be regretted that Florida is rock formation as a part of the same bed of treasures of American humor and anecdote; r'
and he used them all with surprising fresh-
hundred and sixty-eight so far behind in forwarding her peculiar and rock extending down through Georgia from
produce one
t ;, capital, while their laborers were filling very ness and originality.A .
: I"t
: :' :.. .: :.' arduous situations at very low corn pensaa million pounds of wool. Seventy years ago unique exhibits. She is attracting so much the Apalachicola mountain region. native of Pennsylvania, the life of this

.1. .,, .4 1 they did not raise two hundred pounds.The attention throughout the whole country We hope these rocks will be at once sub distinguished man was mainly passed in
; ,. bon.I that State. In 1851 he became Chief Justiceof
", .' -':.!! ,"';, 'i,-1. But with all this capital has tnumphed.I I effect of warm climates and their perennial that no better opportunity than that now mitted for scientific analysis, in order that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, whichis

r ';'; -K; and the strikers are now begging to be herbage upon wool, it is said, leavesa afforded could be given for her people to their value may be tested. It would be a there the court of last resort ; and he was
elected to that office in 1854. When
i'' those of cli- show what she has in the way of woods, the industries of the again
'. :, I :f restored to their places. They are ]humiliated marked analogy to warm misfortune to have Mr. Buchanan became President he was

: ", ;.': f, by being obliged to give a pledge that i mates upon vegetation, giving increased minerals, fruits and farm products. It is country unsettled in a frenzied, costly search appointed Attorney-General of the United

}.:',..' : ;: : ;{ ;: they will not only abandon the Brotherhood vigor of growth, length, uniformity and not her curiosities that visitors will most for gold deposits, unless the indicationswere States from the; and Cabinet when in General December Cass, 1860 resigned, Judge

i-> {if': S Y but will never connect themselves strength of fibre and consequently greater care to see, but the products of her soil, the of so decided a character as to place Black succeeded him as Secsetary of State,

: ,. ; :''<, with a brotherhood again. weight to the wool. And considered in this yield of her groves, her vineyards, her for- the matter on a business footing.We and filled that post until the accession of
.', ,,. Mr. Lincoln. During that part of Mr. Bu
: '": '}' The Western Union is the most gigantic connection, the difference in the cost of ests, her streams and coasts. regret that our esteemed correspond chanan's administration when the agitations
':; z' l' ,
..' '. :> monopoly in the country, and it has either keeping sljeep in warm and cold climates, Kentucky and Tennessee have furnished Eut's letter failed to reach us in time for our which finally culminated in the civil war

c) climates have decidedly Florida with some of her best citizens, andit fault of his but if the had already assumed the most stormy char-
'. f 1. absorbed or crushed every rival company.It we find that warm last issue, through no acter. Judge Black, along with Mr. Dix,

',.. '"i:;:. ," .9)"I' is now said that 1 a very strong company the advantage. is very desirable to make a good showingat discovery is substantially affirmed by lateror Mr. Stanton, and Mr. Holt, stood firmly as a
illustrations of Louisville. These Western men bring us examination it will bear defender of the Union ; and thus he con-
has been organized which will compete with Some interesting are given more thorough I
1:, r. ;" tributed his full part toward preserving the

1. :' \. i ,the Western Union over the whole area of the profits of sheep husbandry. Mr. David brains and capital, and a thorough knowl- keeping. ___ ___ ________ Government intact and handing it over to

:.. '. this country. Ayers of Camilla, Mitchell county, in edge of how to use them to the best advan- the new Republican President. At the same
} ; : CANAL.A all that toward
., ( 'II THE FLORIDA SHIP time, he cherished: hostility
.; ){ Such a company, lilt will pledge a reduc- Southwestern Georgia, about 75 miles northof tage. '.. the Abolitionists which belonged to a Penn-
;,,' .1 \ in the woods It is one of the most noticeable features ofFlorida's meeting of the directors of the Florida of the and
+ tion of rates and give assurances of its intention the Florida line, pine says sylvania Democrat day ; althoughhe
t, :' : Canal held in New York last week in in the
that she has attracted men Ship was not lacking any respect
him growth
to conduct its business on fair business his sheep, 3,500 in number, cost an-
/. t. Stone his officer of the
; at which the report of Chief-Engineer completeness of duty as an
,:-.. ; 'j .M';:= principles, will be hailed with delight, but nually fourteen cents per head, and clip of capital and intelligence, and has thus was considered. The following is the docu- Government his criticisms against the Re-

.1. :: -f i if it is only another scheme looking to absorption three pounds of unwashed wool, which sellsat advanced with so much greater rapidity publican party and against the leaders who
; took charge of affairs after he and his colleagues -
J s t. : '' :( by the Western Union the impatient 30 cents per pound, giving a clear profitof than would have been the case had the increase NEW YORK, August 15, 1883. had withdrawn were like his criti-

1 ; i public will favor and probably demand 90 per cent on the money and labor invested i of population come from immigration To Hon. John C. Brown, President: cisms in general sarcastic sharp. and un
: /
: merciful. It is this circumstance, doubtless,
in from abroad alone. The foreign immigration in accordance with a resolution
Government telegraph.It sheep.Mr. In last,
'ti !J ...'r a that has given rise to the impression that
: .:" It is very evident that at the present high McDowell, of Washington county, will be of advantage when it follows. of to the ascertain board of whether directors or, I not began the a con-sur- during that trying period his loyalty to the

}: ,' 1 <>, rates maintained by the Western Union the Pennsylvania, keeps 650 highly improved Labor js needed, but capital to employ labor struction vey of a tide-water ship canal across Union was somewhat shaken ; but this im-

; : +. I .i' : and much which cost annually $1.54 headto is the greater want, and then the two work the peninsula of Florida would be practicable pression is entirely incorrect.
: .$" .',, business is very profitable, a sheep : per and if what it would cost. I securedthe Judge Black was a fervent Christian of
to them. He four pounds of wool together to the best advantage. Florida the Campbellite denomination, reverencingthe
\ : : .\ larger profit is made than is necessary keep gets services of Mr. A. F. Hill civil engineer -
:, : Bible divine revelation, and holding -
as a
.:, r. ::{ :; pay a reasonable interest upon its capital. which sells at 56 cents per pound ; his net will never become Africanized, because her who went to Florida on the first of fast to the faith of Orthodox Protestantism. -

;r;, 'jlt t., V: :-f'V' The business, moreover, has no risks, and is profits are 46 per cent., being about half of products are those requiring the capital dnd last assistance June: with and authority labor there.to secure He engineering was well- He was well acquainted with the polemical -

1{, M subject to no fluctuations or disasters ; it those of Mr. Ayer's, of Georgia. I intelligent direction of the white man, and furnished with instruments and all obtainable literature such of English it existed and previous American to
I orthodoxy as
'1Ii,; vri:;. :; cannot be, therefore in the nature of things These facts are full of interest for the peo- because the country admits of white labor information of engineers, and, made with in the two aid months of four a the advent of modern rationalism ; but of

:. # 'to.;:. ,. that the present monopoly should continue. ple of Florida. Providence has been very being successfully! employed.The thorough corps examination of three lines. On late years his occupations were much more
.. of than theological nature.
:I.. :'i' ." '"" ..... Competition is usually the best remedy for prodigal, in giving us a climate. and soil young man growing up in the North the most favorable line his examination in visiting was his a ardent legal feelings a and lively convictions

4: a, ,":-r.):}'-' high prices and high charges. Under our suited to fruit and vegetables and cane, corn finds all the ordinary avenues of unskilled so Florida thorough for a personal as to justify examination me the result always rendered him a partisan his cordial
often made him the personal
J .! : ;t i: form of government, and especially as it is and cotton. She has been not less kind to labor filled up by the foreign immigration.The of which was that I adopted the it with best sympathies friend of those whose public position he felt

I ,t in climate suitable to raisingthe laborer's are below all other em- certain modification, as furnishing assail. Thus it that
* practically administered, there are very us giving us a wages himself bound to was ,
that route as a
t&1 .lf.r Taking
! t* : It route proposed.
1 11 and both his and his yet while a Democrat of the old school he was
'" grave objections to the telegraph business domestic animals. The mutton of Flor- ployments, self-respect basis, I have computed that a tide-water
; ; terms of friendship with conspicuous
1 :
. ',: ;t i. :, :h' being assumed by the Government. ida is particularly good, and if Georgia necessities for larger compensation preventhis ship canal of sufficient of two width sea-going and depth steamersof to Republicans on and kept bright the chain of

the make 90 cent. profiton engaging in ordinary manual labor, but allow the passage social good feeling amid the conflicts of par-
f ; :'/: i One reason why public sheep-growers can per the first-class, without inconvenience,

.J:; less with the telegraph strike than they their sheep, so can we.UNREASONABLE. in Florida fruit-growing is open to him as can be constructed at a total cost of$-16,000000 ,- ties But and now sects.this great athletic figure disap-

i : ::' : would otherwise have done, was the general ------ ._- an employment, giving present support and 000,000, divided; harbors as follows at the:termini Excavations, $4.500.000, $36-; pears from the stage, and the wit, the elo-

(''::. feeling that if the company increased the STRIKERS.There future promise of competence and probable engineering, right of way and contingencies of the- again quence be, the heard passion among of us.his As voice we said will, thereis not

j .J.: F pay of their employe's they would make it does not seem to be any very pro- wealth. It is respectable and inspiriting, $5,500,000.would be 137i The miles total, and length the highest a great void which will not be filled, and
::.' I' !i. the pretext for either increasing their rates found skill required in the trade of brick- and requires only patience, pluck and en- elevation in crossing the water-shed 143 the hearts nearest him will be slow in gain
Yet when in the fulnessof
I in that trade have to achieve success. Under such en feet but this deep cut would be only for a ing any '
;.'l or refusing reduce them. laying, but the mechanics ergy years such a man dies, the event i is not
1 ,.:::- ___ circumstances the man short distance. A large amount of the excavating consolation. His has been
.:. 'P - become the most exacting of any. Bricklayers couraging young be made by steam dredges. Asa without its ::! part
.> i SHEEP HUSBANDRY.A in becoming the artificer of his can that the engineering well performed. After a life so long and so
getting four dollars for ten hours feels a pride whole I am able to report
consistent in so high and manly,
a less than purpose
.,:..;: labor, have in many instances struck for own fortune. Thousands of others are en- difficulties Of the commercial are decidedly advantages I in action so splendid, the laurel that is i laid

'T 1' Y ... r A -PROFITABLE CENT.DU8TRY-SIXTY-THREE PROFIT. PER four dollars and a half per day. Four dol- gaged in like pursuits::! and he has numerous will expected.; mention the following as the most important upon. his grave is well deserved.-New YorkSun.

? ,% i lars per day is equal to twenty-four dollars instances of success in those around him ; of the many :
of of the .
The Department
r p week,or one hundred dollars per month, who have preceded him in this alluring First. The great saving of distance between -
, State of Georgia sent out 31 interrogatories per ; the Gulf of Mexico ports and the Notice.AT .

to those engaged in sheep raising in that while many thousands of persons engaged pursuit. ports of the Atlantic States and of Europe.? A REGULAR: MEETING OF THE
;i in more laborious occupations requiring Thousands upon thousands of young men Second. The complete avoidance of the Board of Public Instruction, for the
; ., JState upon the utility and profit of sheep and Tennesseeto great danger of navigation through the county of Nassau held in Fernandina, :Fla.,
from Kentucky
lower have
.raising, etc. I much more skill get wages.It gone Florida straits. on the 9th day of August, 1883, the Board
I is these unreasonable demands of cer- Texas during the past ten years, and they .I The saving of distance on steams Vessels authorized the Superintendent thereof to

;!r''iJ We select those inquiries of the most general tain trades which, for the time, are greatly in still go to Texas in large numbers. Manyare between New York and New Orleans is 500 i iss ic certificates to those teachers whose cer-
lllt 'interest, with the replies, which we miles; between New Orleans and Liver- tificates have expired provided they shall
's ; think must be of great value to persons desirous demand which chill public sympathy by now inquiring about Florida, and eag- pool, 412 miles ; and between New York be of the same grade as those that have ex- :
':,}a their unreasonableness and seeming dispo- erly seek for information in reference to it. and Pensacola 600 miles. This means thata pired. The Board of Public Instructionwill
I: of engaging in that pursuit. steamship sailing eleven miles per hour hold its next regular meeting in SchoolRoom
: 8. What variety do you recommend for sition to take advantage of the necessity of Our agents at the would gain about forty-five hours in the No. 1, :Fernandina, on the 13th day

ti ,, general purposes-for wool and mutton ? the employer.By should be well supplied with every thing of passage from New York to New Orleans, of September, 1883,and will open at 8 o'clocka.
classis this character-accurate and reliable infor- and the same on the return trip, less the m., for the purpose of examining teachers
follows Of those far the most painfully underpaid
The answer is given as : the canal at six if
''l: : r time of steaming through who desire to obtain certificates. Also,
j' who have( tested crosses in Georgia, 98 per that of the sewing women, but they sel- mation, not mere real estate agents' a ver- miles per hour, or about thirty-seven hours there should be any of our teachers whose

d i report the cross of the Merino and the I Icent. dom strike, because to stop work is to starve tisements. each way. Taking the present average of certificates have expired who desire to have
made the of i the round trip in twenty-one days, includ- certificates of a higher grade than those they
? >. native the most profitable. altogether, instead of halfstarving.SPECULATION. Politics are seldom subject ing four days in each port, the canal would have had they will have to appear before

F 9. What is the annual cost per head oft discussion here any more than in Florida. reduce the time of the round trip to eighteen the Board for examination.

'r ;keeping sheep? Kentucky has just elected Proctor Knott days, enabling her to make profits on at Furthermore, I desire to reach the trustees
t-: ; least three more round voyages per year, at and patrons in general by informing them
The to this inquiry is that the annual We at the South know very little of the majority of 50,000. All polit- avoid- i
ra answer Governor by a no increase of expense. The gain by i that it is quite time that they were at work,

n : I} : cost per head of keeping sheep is only speculative feeling of interest which per- cal differences in Tennessee have been ing the dangerous passage through the Flor- in order that they may be in readiness, as

1, vades all business circles at the North. The she be counted on as Democratic ida straits is very great. The official statis- the Public Schbols will open the 1st of October -
cents. and
fifty-four healed, may tics of five recent years show that 326 salvage next. If there are any of the School
Ii 11. What is the annual clip per sheep in old methods of doing business are entirely in the next election by from 40,000to cases were adjudicated in the United Districts where the trustee's term of office

'It t unwashed wool 1 12. What is the average changed. Boards of trade and syndicates 50,000. New York is generally admittedto States District Court for the Southern Dis- has expired, or from any cause that there i is
price per pound received for unwashed ttict of Florida to the value of more than no trustee, in such case the patrons should
direct all the commercial trans-
undertake to
i i wool? be sure for the Democratic nominee. $11,000,000 and careful estimates show the recommend some one, and I will appoint

The answer is 3.44 pounds of unwashed actions of the country. Speculation is the There seems to be an absurdity in Florida's present loss from wreckage to be about $3- such person at once.L. .

33 cents which rule, and not the exception, to force up or blind to the logic of 000,000 per year. Though somewhat out of W. HIGGINBOTHAM,
wool and the average price being regarded as my province as engineer, I may suggest that County Superintendent.
1J gives an average clear net income in wool down prices not only of products in existence events and her own interests as to be found not the least important commercial advan- Fernandina, Fla., August 18. 1883.

I but of ten times the quantity not in tage of the proposed canal will come from
from each sheep of 94 cents. anywhere else than in the Democratic col- is
which now
the saving on -THEUNIVERSITY -
15. 1C. What is the average price per head existence.In umn with her sister States.I much heavier for the Gulf ports than for

of lambs sold to the butcher? What for nearly every business failure we see am informed by a Louisville gentlemanthat the South Atlantic ports and in the expense, OF THE SOUTH
mutton sheep? which on a large steamer is from $500 to
be in of
it is said to
Answer, for lambs, $1.87 ; for mutton reported consequence the Art Department of the Expositionis $800 per day. Within six weeks I shall be IS LOCATED AT SEWANEE, TENN-,
speculation.The far superior to that of the Centennial at prepared to begin such detailed locating upon the Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet
sheep, $2.75 ; for stock sheep, $2.58. mania for speculation seems to infect insured for surveys as will be necessary before I can report above the sea-level. This School, under the
is one
14. What is the average number of lambs Philadelphia, and over to your board the precise line which special patronage of the Bishops of the Protestant -
raised annually, compared with the ewes all classes, and people rush into transactionsof million dollars. Many of the choicest gemsin the canal should follow from the Atlantic to Episcopal Church in the South and

kept? which they are utterly ignorant with a America are to be found in this gallery, the Gulf, but the above estimates of the cost Southwest offers the healthiest residenceand
?. are more likely to be reduced than increasedby the best advantages, both moral and
.f Answer-An average of 74 lambs to every recklessness which gives no place to the kindly loaned by their owners for the occasion a closer examination of the route. educational in its Grammar School and its

100 ewes, notwithstanding the ravages of counsels of prudence or common honesty.If -notably August Belmont's and General [Signed] CHARLES P. STONE Collegiate and Theological Departments.For .
Chief Engineer. the special claims of this University for
it wouldbe
1 dogs. they merely Grant's etc. F.
pictures, patronage apply for documents to the
25. What are the principal obstacles to of less consequence, but they avail them- ------- -- REV. TELFAIR HODGSON,

}' sheep raising? selves of trust property in their hands, and GOLD IN FLORIDA.The Seven years have elapsed! since James Vice-Chancellor
the Lick, the California millionaire, at his death 37-4t Sewanee, Tenn.
cent. of correspondents report -
Ninety and .
per wreck the fortunes of widows orphans.The discovery of gold the
reported upon
left vast amount of property for publicuses
s dogs the principal and generally the a Notice.
i surface rocks at Archer presents a curious dollar has reached the designated -
the manufacture
Government is to begin ,
only obstacle to sheep raising. I have appointed Mr. Hugh Boring as my
29. Give facts as to area annually fertil- of its own gun-cotton at the torpedo problem to the geologist.The i objects. The trustees, who receive deputy. J. E. MEDDACGH,

ized by a given number of sheep. station in Newport. It has hitherto depended gold of the Rocky Mountains is found $1,000 a year each, have just been censuredby Tax-Collector..

The answer given by correspondents was upon foreign makers and dealers. far above the region of habitation, or buried the California pioneers. Fernandina, August 11:183.

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ROYAL tl1 : :'H .
/ Y 111p4 FERNANDINA, FLA. ." .,..; .;;'r.:,..'.,.
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Calls answered promptly day or night:,and ': ';d .> .
Medicine furnished without extra charge. ;\ ,. .".' WILL CLOSE OUT THE BALANCE OF OUR :
Office hours until 8 1 to 2 >
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and 7 to 8. 22 ly.F. :' -: : .." '- ; !tfj..H .., '. SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK AT ,
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FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND Y' .:r \S':.7_:-'',:. -
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All work warranted. "
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THIS purity strength and wholesomeness.More ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT.
: economical than the ordinary kinds VT -'YE WILL OFFER-
and cannot be sold in competition with the CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT,
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or '
phosphate powders. Sold only in can FERNANDINA, FLA. GREAT INDUCEMENTS .

3S 100 Wall Street New York. Hay, Corn, Oats Florida Lands. IN ORDER TO REDUCE STOCK. >


GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Alachua Street, between Second and Third The Peninsular I I- Northeast Corner Centre and Third Streets,

An. NOYES, AND : 'E.NAN: :JIJXr..l:1. F-I..A.:: '
Orders and estimates from a distance carefully s :: ,
(Successor to W. A. SANBORN), attended to. 25-tf;

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in =_===Tropical[ Florida j New York Office : 38 Walker Street.


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Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near
Foot of Centre Street, .
-- ---
Steamboat Landing,

Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. Furniture repaired in the best: manner. COUNTIES OF _
j Evans Special rates for Merchandise in Hair Mattresses made to order at short
; large quantities. notice. 36
Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- FLORIDA AND YORK.
best in the world.
'1 Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED. .
[1 -- CT7r PUTNAM::
1 PLOWS. ill f. i X21 Z gH 1 _
Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON /J"f.:;';:,.fL....,}., .:-- ,'", 'r:I oW

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FIRST CLASS; 20 years'
\\OHANDLERY I: ; charges reasonable. Sets k
-=\ of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and AT PRICES FROM } "'
every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -

Groceries, Hardware, Loose. or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand $1.25 to $10 Acre.All
advice free, and willingly given. 10 per .

Second Street, AGENT, these lands are in the central STATE OF TEXAS, 1,542: TO3VS.

vie FERNANDINA FLA.FERNANDINA WHOLESALE AND RETAIL peninsular portion of the State, and CARONDELET, 1,508 TON S. ;+

BUTCHER AND ANDDcader STOCK DEALER, within fifteen miles of Railroads in WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TO,S.

in Ice successful operation, traversing a territory .H

'' which is a
being more rapidly
{STEAM } { SAW } {MILL. } settled and developed than any other
"'- >* .'. ,Jf. f/I./ .... --.J. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW' YORK
part of the State. ONE THURSDAY; AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- .

C. H. KUOT, PROPRIETOR, THE FAIRMOUNT COLLEGEFOR The fertility of the soil and accessi- sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
This Line, having no Transfers between Fernumliiia and New
bility to the largest and best markets York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION' TO SHIPPERS OF f'
TTAS constantly on handLillubcr YOUNG LADIES make these lands particularly desira- FRUITS VEGETABLES, and others.

The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
s, by Cargoes. Tills INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT rable for the cultivation of fruits and PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close

early vegetables for shipment. For connections at FEIltfANDIXA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-'
Ollioe on Second Street. vie MOUNT EAGLE TENN., ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. '
large and immediate profits there is JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA. and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT'
on the \plateau of the Cumberland Mountains RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA and with the
f WH tnAt AN R TALI ,a few miles: from the University of the no industry in Florida equal to the PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
r i South. The location presents unequaled advantages raising of early vegetables for Northern for LAKE WEIR.
for health, being on the mountainand
free from all malaria or liability to con- markets. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.
I 0c tagious diseases.All For and circular For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply to
new descriptive
the branches in ,
0--". usually pursued
,. French Seminaries are taught, inclusive of address r.
'-I N Modern Languages. FERN AN DIN'A FLORIDA. 3''
... CHAS. W. LEWIS, C. H. MALLORY & CO., a
Ha .- Music is made a specialty under MADAME
I I DEBARRY, a teacher of very high reputation c Land Commissioner, Pier 20 East River. New' York. 51-

....1 ""= whose testimonials are from the first
musical professors from abroad and in this Fernan'dina, Fla.,
= A. B. NOYES, o country.The Or Ocala, Florida. 38 GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY ETC. a 8
charges of this school are moderate.For --- 1,
terms and circulars address
c{ f: .
References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer- y
B Family: Supplies, c nandina; Dr. H. Robinson, Jacksonville; .;r .,(. ys
rN Rev. A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24 ;' '

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CDef -
8 Stoves, ST. NICIIOLAS :.',' ,..;;A < ,: );> ;, r
r.l( Paints, ..: leave Fernandina for Savannah ; ,: \ ';,; ,:.,
O.J! Crockery, j Iio..itI1 WILL Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- L : : PURE A2H) OP GOOD
I I"oJ day mornings, arriving at the latter place QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
the } t. }: ;
I same evenings.
rfc I Iy I Hardware, N. Returning, will leave Savannah for Fei> ,: ; ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
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t)'1U! ,. TilE J"ALUE OF CORN-COBS. for a barrel of the plaster.-Country Gentle- ets, sugar pails, everything in the closets, Volusia, 3d Monday in February. County Trtflurer--S. S. Smith, Madison
t\' r i ;i f'i \( 7na"t. rub fine salt on the shelves, lay clean yellow Brevard Monday in March. Collector of Revenue:-M. H. Warring, Madison -

,,i tfi ; s,!. '..f The Massachusetts State Agricultural Experiment paper on them, and put back the dishes. In Dade, 3d Monday in April. .
a: : Station has issued its first bullei SUGAR MAKING IN CUBA.To the cracks of the floor and around the sur- Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad

:i; :f;; i lr\'; tin. It is a very useful document, giving face of said closets should be placed groundred Orange, Monday in August. ison.

f';' .r s f ...( :; analyses of various fodders. One of then explain fully the process of sugar- pepper. When they again make a raid, Volusia, Monday in September. MANATEE COUNTY.

.i;t t ;'; to. I most interesting i is that of meal of corn making would require too much technicaland as they may in a few months. give them a Brevard, 4th Monday in September.Dade .. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee

!t, .... ; ; ears, the grain and cob together, which is prosy a narrative to recite here. But second scalding." 2d :Monday in November. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.

-1 1, ,1 ; ., here given: the methods for all practical purposes may ---------. -- Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.

.., N'. '' J'J. ,""!",,I' CORNMEAL AKD COBS. be divided into two-one improved process How SHE SAVED HER D.\RLIXG.-u shall County Officers. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown
t ,':r t '_ .: /ia; Per Cent. Constituof producing the better grade of centri not feel nervous again about baby's teething Collector of Ret'en1te-\Iarioll G. Carlton
f so
; '''' Comentsin the other the old '
.1'1. fugal sugar; producing '' mother. We almost Popash.
t1 i r '<1' S position. a ton process, or Muscovado," article of com- lost,our writes darling a grateful from cholera in fan turn, but County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward

;, tJi k { :Moisture at 100 centigrade merce. The cane-stalks, from four to eight Tonic in ville. Pine Level. '
heard of Parker's Ginger
": ; ." 4 4;r', t ,"' ... 19.07 381.4 feet long, cut and stripped of their leaves, happily Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. MARION
"A cured
..1".i.I'. :. t 'j':! Crude ash. 1.30 2G.O are brought to ths mill. Then, strewn on a time. few spoonfuls soon baby, Sheriff-John W. Turner, Gainesville.

/f ', : Crude cellulose............... 7.91 158.2 broad belt, working on the principle of an and an occasional dose keeps us in good Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, County JILtlg'e-Snmuel Marshall, Ocala.

:J',..i"'t.t j.1./,, it. Crude 2.78 56.0 endless chain they are passed between health.-Brooklyn Mother. Hawthorne. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.

t .' Crude protein, (nitrogenous three great rollers laid very closely together Collector of:Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield.Ocala.
t( .i-; ...I.i s t: ",9t matter). 12.1913.8 and worked by steam. Thence the thin, THE SAFEST WAY-The safest and surest ville. Assessor of lares-Thomas Barco, Cotton
of the hairis
\. : 'fi.: ..,.:!. t\\ Non-nitrogenous extract watery fluid very sweet to the taste and way to restore the youthful color Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Plant.
, I.t'7' ..' 'jisl.. ; matter. 50.75 1,135.0 yellowish in hue, passes to a succession of furnished by rarker'sHair Balsam, which Gainesville. Collecor of Frederick N. Foy%
I, !s. ?1j round caldrons where it is i is deservedly popular from its superior clean- Ocala.
: :I., boiling-pans or BAKER COUNTY.
"., .",- il'' 100.00 2,000.0It boiled down slow until the liness. Superintendent of SC/Lools-H. C. Martin
.' C. -:. t'" : by degrees, County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. '
'; ; .. &-a: ;t is useful to compare this with cornmeal crystalization point is reached, much the GENERAL DIRECTORY. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Fort McCoy.
ro same as is done with the maple-sap of our C. Herndon Sanderson.ssaSQI' .
follows U.
as : Sheriff
; r! ," ;ti: S.
County Judge-Chas. Baron Key Wet:
When the last is
t, "" ...t..., CORKMEAL.Per own country. boiling United States Officers. of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key \Y(- t.
the is of
r : I : Cent. Cottstitu'a product a mass crystalized derson.
: : '
$ : soaking in molasses. To rid of LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.Register Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West.
merds in sugar, get B. Smith
; of Collector of Revenue-Fleming ,
r {;
( Assessor Taxes Walter C.
of Jr.
';! ': ;, position. a tun. the molasses, the old plan and the one still -L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Sanderson. ,
[ i., .. i' adopted on improved cuban estates is to Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Key West.
: : !II Moisture at 100 centi- Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb,
11 1 r ..<...*.. i.f;,' ,11",..'.., grade.... 17.04:: 340.8: pour the mixture into hogsheads and let the Suneyor-General-\Ialachi, Talla- Olustee. Collector of Ret'enueW' C. Maloney,
'.. drain off for several weeks hassee. Jr., Key 'Vest.Superintendent.
jo; 't' 20.2 throughthe
I Crude ash 1 1.31 SyrUp BRADFORD COUNTY.
: \ : ; ;,
; Schools--J. V. Harris
I(: ''I ; Crude cellulose.............. 2.99 59.8 cracks. This produces the Muscovado DISTRICT COURT. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. West. of ,Key
r. article inferior in saccharine Thomas Settle Jacksonville.
:t, Crude 4.00 80.0 sugar, an Judge- "lerk-Henry F.. York, Lake Butler.
' : .' strength to the "centrifugal" product. To .llarshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville.
10 k : Crude protein (nitrogenous "
1 : Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke.
'j,'j' +.,'I, .'.., : matter" ). 13.94 278.8 make the latter, the sugar and molasses Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. Wainwright, Lake County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan

;,; ; t.) :, :.t t Non-nitrogenous extract mixture is placed in a huge perforated cyl- INTERNAL REVENUE. Butler. .dina.
c .t:. ". ;; matter ... vv.1 I\ -C) 1214.4 inder, which may be likened to a great sieve. Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
, i ",' : I ;a':1: r This cylinder revolves on an upright axis in Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina.
.. .
.- COLLECTORS OF Santa Fe.Superintendent
\ l' : another large cylindrical vessel. Whirled Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland Fer
100.00 ,
C : '.' !: .; j then with an enormous number of revolu- John W. Howell, Fernandina. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, nandina.
', ; 'i '. '. :: Of the corn and cob meal Prof. Goessman, Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Starke.
:. .:, tions a minute, the liquid is thrown out, Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. Fer
the director As the rate of digestibility F. House St.
: says : Augustine. BREVARD COUNTY.
leaving the crystals dry and doing in nandina.
F of cob has not been ascertained sugar Cedar Key.
1/[ ; ..: .' vet a few minutes and far more effectively, the Joseph Hirst County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Hi gin-
actual no statements -
: 'f by feeding experiments,
J. Y ;
rc work of weeks by Muscovado method. Point. both am. Callahan.
V. ,; regarding the digestibility the The crystals left behind in size froma State Officers. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville.
', : above material given. There is but lit- vary ORANGE COUNTY.
:: are Taxes Wallace R. Moses Geor-
to small This crude Assessor of ,
:>..' : ';:,: : tie doubt, however, that the addition of cobs mere speck a pea. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.
: has a burnt brown tint and tastes gian na.
sugar very Clerk
J. P. Orlando.

r :';.f' 'A 4 ;,. i to meal deserves recognition in regard to Tallahassee. Collector Revenue-A. D. Johnston Or-
Bloxham of
much like the rock candy of the confec- Governor-Win. D. ,
Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.
: ', I Iyr :; :-;: their nutritive value, as well as to their beneficial .
tioner. The scum that rises during the Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel lando, Orange county.Superintendent
', '
L'' .' '; .. mechanical influence the digestion Assessor of Taxes-James.: M. Owen Fort
\ upon rious the refuse and fermented West.Secretary of Schools-A. Grady La
boilings, juice -
1. ; of the corn-meal. In regard to the Key Reid, Fla.Collector.
: ...: molasses is treated by distillation to of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Grange. I
of Revenue-Richard H. Marks
'. .;N.: composition of corn-cobs, we have an analysis ,
1 make rum. So brief a description as this of lahassee. CLAY COUNTY.
made Prof. Atwater of the Corn Experiment
l' ; by sugar-making does not, however, even hint Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. T.
, .4' ; Station follows County Judge-J. Copeland, Orange Superintendent of Schools-John T. :Reeks
as :
r : 'i' ', I at the skill and experience exacted in the Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Park. Fort Reid.
: C ort-cobs, ConttituPer Per Cent. The maker has P. Talla-
' : \ process. sugar to treat the Attomey-General-George Raney, Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove
;4:,. I J. T"I I : Cent of ents in a of Digestible raw juice chemically to prevent fermenta- hassee. Springs.Sheriff.

'f :t II: .:f '. I Com osi- ton. Mat tion, must know to a nicety all the varia- Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Judge of p'olmte--B. Harrison, Palatka.Clerk .

1;.., ;, < (ton. Pounds. ter. tions of heat in boiling, must be able to detect Tallahassee. Springs. -W. F. Forward, Palatka.SheriffThom'as .

:\.' : Moisture........ 14.0 280 and measure the degrees of crystalization Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. Shally.
",. t" .Y. Crude ash....... 2.8 56 Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
be in
and must versed a dozen other Foster, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer,
*a ;, ;: Crude cellulose 37.8 756)) 41.7 points only acquired by years of experienceand Adjutant-General-J Yonge, Tallahassee Maxville. Collector of RCl.'C1Ute-Joscph Price.
\ "".;' Crude fat......... 1.4 28 I 0.4 acute observation. Schools-M. F. Geiger Superintendent of Public Sch<>>>l*-.i. AV.
,. .. BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of Strickland.
;: "i : Crude protein.. 1.4 28 0.0 The grains, or more correctly speaking, Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg.
} .. : Non nitrogen crystals of crude sugar remain colored externally TAYLOR COUNTY.
4' i ,..:I, ous extract the molasses. One of the local see. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
,! '" by Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Thomas Osteen
l' 'I" (car b o-h I )'- J methods' of whitening them, producing a"refined" Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.SheriffJ. Sheriff Perry.
. i r. drates) 42.6 852 article is to the in Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.
'r.t. ... place sugar Building, Jacksonville. W. Perry, Lake City.
1 ; ._ __ Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.
.' : ;I inverted moulds, with a hole at the lower Assessor of Taxes-L.. Rivers, Lake City.
'" .N, 100.0 2,000 extremity. Then the inverted base of the SUPREME COURT. Perry.
L. Parish Lake
fl. Collector of Taxes-J. City.
E. :M.: Randall Jacksonville.
1 Chief -- County Treamrn-D. S. Sutton Perry.
;w:;. '.:1 i, j ; '. ,j: : ': No doubt much of the crude fibre is digestible cone is plastered over with a wet mixture of Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County SUi"t'e/or-D. N. Cox, Perry.,
and bullock's blood. The moisture
1 clay
,c{ 'I.n; 1 and therefore valuable for food. The per- Lake City.
K.'' ':,,: amount of matter in the colating through the mass drips out below, see. Collector nf Revenue B. Hardee Perry.
: : digestible given Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh DUVAL COUNTY.
Associate .
Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST.
and washes the clean. When the
"';. >f e' ;l., third column is not found by actual feeding, grains Jacksonville.ClerkC. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack-
clay is quite dry, the is taken from JOHN'S COUNTY.
: '", i .d & j but by its solubility in acids. This is by no sugar H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville.
0" .::" h' ',.'.'I'':; means a satisfactory test, however, and it i is! the mould, and is of a cloudy-white color, Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.Sheriff" County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus-
: :; <;.r probable the cow will extract more of the not very attractive to the eye, but with a CIRCUIT JUDGES. Uriah Bowden Jacksonville. tine.

II'I\\; \. nutriment from the cob than the amount saccharine strength that far surpasses that First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Assessor of Taxes-A. J., Prevatt Jackson- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

: '. ".n ': here given. The sample analysed by Prof. of the more slightly pure _white crystalsturned sacola. ville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
: Tallahas-
,z t -J .:; Goessman was rather tine, more than 78 percent out by our great refineries. These Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Collector of Rezenue-l\Ioses J. Brown, Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St.

r :. '. cito 1" of it passing through a mesh of 144 to latter are partly the result of a chemical see.Third .. Jacksonville.Superintendent. Augustine.

' i (j the inch, which is, we suppose, 12x12, or process of bleaching, and Cubans always Circuit : IS. J. Vann,Baker:Madison.Jackson- of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,

R; ;)f: one-twelfth of an inch in diameter of the refer to their sightly appearance with laugh- Fourth Circuit-James M. sell Jacksonville. St. Augustine.
i mesh. ing contempt. The home-made article, ville.Fifth Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
(. ': t:.. ----- -- ----- they aver, not only is much more sweet, but Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY.J. Stewart St. Augustine.
dissolves completely in both cold and hot ville. County Judge-Henry Jasper.
(-tic.. PLASTER OR GYPSUM. fluids, while the English and American factory Sixth Circuit-H. L. :Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY.
,,4 4 ; b' Gypsum is a rock, a salt of lime, commonly leaves a residuum.-New York Evening Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg
I. i" called sulphate of lime, and consists Post. Assessor of Tuxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.

,? !,'./ ::1 I .' naturally of 32.0 per cent of lime, 4GJ pert Court Calendar.FIRST Collector of Rl-1Jenue-\V. H. H. McLeod, Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
Assessor of Taxes--G. P. Wall. Webster.
; cent of sulphuric acid, and 20.9 per cent. of THE SOUTHERN PINE. Columbia County.Superintendent
C t \ CIRCUIT. H. Rob- Collector Ret'ellue-J. R. G. Hamilton
Schools-Joshua of
of ,
; The water is combined
; a'.: rwk water. chemically The yellow pine of the Southern States as Fall Term-
; and cannot be separated except by a heats erts, Ancn.m. Sumterville.
I an inside finishing wood, like the prophetsof Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October.
: it HERNANDO COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
.; which changes to steam, when the rock is
; old. is not without honor, save in its own Walton, 4th Monday in October. I Sumterville.
f ..i.' '(/t. broken np and falls to powder ; or, if it is country. To cover the beauty of its grain Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
: .:t. ground into powder and heated in an iron ville.
and color with cheap paints and daubs in October.
County Judge-M. M. Blackburn Live
,, kettle, the steam escapes just as it does from wood after4th Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. ,
imitation of some foreign is consid- Washington, 2d Monday Mondayin Oak.
boiling water, in bubbles and puffs, until Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville.
ered the No well
height good taste. October.
reg- Clerk Robert A. Reid Live Oak.
;+ the water is all evaporated. .ssessorof 7axes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks-
1 r' k It is important that this fact should be ulated builder will allow an inch of its nat- Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
ural surface to appear anywhere in anything October. ville.Collector Assessor Taxes W. H. Sessions Wei-
of ,
noted, because it disposes of a. common error of Revenue-F. M. Townsend,
; 5 like a respectable home. To do so is to set Monday in December.This born.
,' viz : that one use of plaster is to absorb breach of all that is of February Brooksville.
y yt down as a aesthetic, and act amended section 2 of act Collector of Ret'enue-Robert F. Allison
water from the air, and so keep the soil Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, ,
in with the
to live a house unpainted ceilingsand 10, 1879, and does not change Live Oak.
E moist in a dry season. When the plaster wainscots is not to be thought of. Occasionally Term. I Fort Dade.
;r:,; r,;;:!: has been calcined, or boiled, it has parted the yellow pine is used in this Spring THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
Live Oak.
: S with its water of combination or crystaliza- country as an inside finishing wood, but Spring Term- County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.

., tion, upon which its crystalization depends, wherever found the users are generally Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
>, ,, and becomes per cent. lighter. In this prompt to come forward with some excuse April.Madison. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

state the gypsum is plaster, and is used by !. or explanation, as if they were ashamed of 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. prise. '
;u ; n a masons for making the hard-finish on plas- its apparent cheapness, unaware that in its Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Collector of Ret'enue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. :

# ter walls. It makes this hard-finish by combining natural beauty the yellow pine, properly Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. :,

i Io,+ again with the 21 per cent. of water selected as to its grain and texture, and dis- April.' Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-

i : ; which it has a natural affinity for, and criminatingly combined so as to harmo- Columbia 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin JEFFERSON. prise. :

.t* which enables it to adhere in a hard, niously blend its positive tones and hues, April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Collector Ret'enue-J B. Jordan, De- ,'

solid mass again. But in its natural state it requires more judgment and a nicer percep- Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. ..-." ..Land.'J 1

': : will not take up any more water ; no more, tion of color than is necessary to cover April. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. 'Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

in fact, and not so much as sand or soil them with exaggerated stains and washes Fall Term- Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor; Enterprise.,
would do, and therefore in the condition in Monticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
representing every impossibility in wood. 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in
which it i is used as a fertilizer it can have noM The English, who furnish us with apostles October.Taylor, County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

4 beneficial effect in gathering moisture for of the school of aesthetics,and with pro- Madison 2d Monday in October. ticello. Sheriff-W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.
crops. When, however, it goes into the fessional beauties, fully appreciate the una- Hamilton 4th Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

soil and becomes decomposed, it will in dorned richness of our justly celebrated yellow Suwannee.lst, Monday after 4th Mondayin ticello. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,

course part with its combined water, it is pine, and its polished and oiled surfaceis October. I Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Crawfordville.

f s true, and the farmer who puts 100 poundsof to be found in many an English home Columbia, 3 plaster per acre on his clover may contri for LAFAYETTE COUNTY. fordville.
vieing with the oak supremacy, and as October. -
butejust 21 pounds, or less than ten quartsof inside wood 4th W. J. Dixon New Collector oj RelenueH.. ""alker.Craw-
after Troy.
an finishing grows!: more popu- Lafayette, 6th Tuesday Mondayin County Judge- ,
water, to that acre of surface-an en- lar as it becomes better known. This! is ev- October. Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. fordville.

tirely insignificant quantity for any practical idenced by the fact that the orders from Eu- FOURTH CIRCUIT Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw-
use. Plaster, then, for the farmers' use, for the best class of New fordville.
rope yellow pine ceiling Spring Term- Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,
i; consists of 32i per cent. of lime and 4GJ percent and wainscoting are yearly increasing. Per- St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Troy. .

ti of sulphuric acid, when it. is pure. haps when our people learn, by actual con- Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Post-Office Notice.

Usually, it contains some carbonate of lime, tact, that in Europe the yellow pine of the Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. Office Hours-From 8:00: A, M. to 7:00 p. M.
of iron.
: silica, and sometimes and sulphate acid valuable South is not looked upon with contempt Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
The lime sulphuric are
all contain but as a very desirable wood, they will return Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. Money Orders and Registered Letters from
fertilizing agents, as plants moreor as vehement in their worship of its Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley, New Troy.
less of them, and all the pea or pod-bear heretofore unknown charms as were the devotees Fall Term- 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M.
ing family contain the two combined, as sulphate of the apotheosized sunflower to in LEON COUNTY.County to 4:00: P. )1.ARRIVAL .
., E of lime or the plaster itself. But plas- St. John's 2d Tuesday September.Clay Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
., ter has a great affinity for ammonia, and beauty unknown till Oscar Wilde pluckedit 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
from the back-yard where its glaring colors in October.
Bradford, 1st Tuesday Clerk-C. A. Tallahassee.
If Bryan, Northern Mail
; combines with it very readily. may ex- (Daily except Sunday-)
had it.-American
relegated in October.
ert this effect in the soil, and probably doesto Nassau Baker, 2d 3d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, Arrives................ 5:50 p. M. and 6:05: p. )(.
Tuesday Talfahassee.
some extent.It in November.FIFTH Closes................... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30: A. }I.
is this affinity for ammonia. which ANTS.-A correspondent of the New York Duval, 1st Tuesday Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.

k 1 t makes plaster a very useful deodorizer in Times says: "There is one way, and only CIRCUIT. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Transit
stables. When scattered freely upon the one, of ridding the house, closets cake pails, Spring Term- hassee. Arrives...................................... 5:50 P. M.

'a floor, in the gutters, and on manure heaps, sugar barrels, etc., of red ants or black, bigor Sumter, Monday in March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Closes..................................._... 7:30 A. )t.

1 it enters into solution with the moisture little. When you find them on your Marion, 4th Monday in March. Jacksonville, South and West Florida-

and combines with the ammonia, which is premises get ready tea kettles of boiling Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in LEVY COUNTY.
Arrives................... 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. M.
the pungent gas which makes the nose and water-plenty of it. Go out of doors, look :March.: County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; Closes _.................. 9:30 A. M. and 5:30: p. M.
eyes smart when one goes into a close stable, carefully all over the paths and walks, if in Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Arrives Sunday...... 10:25: A. x.

and which ruins harness and the varnish of the country ; if in the city, look over the March. Sheriff,J. S. Parker, Bronson. Closes Sunday........ 4:00: p. M.
carriages kept near the stables. I have been flagging in the areas, both front and back. Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor'of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.

I in the habit. of keeping a barrel of plasterin Scald every little hole you see with a mouldof March. Collector of Rezenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar St. Mary's and King's Ferry Jlail-

each of the stables and scattering it freely little pellets around it ; it is the homeof Fall Term- Key. Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M.

upon the floor as soon as it was cleared of the ant. On a sunny day these pelletsare Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools- J. Menden- Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.

; the manure twice a day. The effect is to absorb brought out of the nests'dry. When :Marion, 3d Monday in October. hall, Bronson. St. Mary's and Dungeness-

the odor and purify the air, and so the weather is damp, or soon will be, you Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. MADISON COUNTY.
make it much more comfortable for the ani- will see nothing but little holes in the Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. County Judge-R.:: Witherspoon, Madi Arrives" Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M.

mals as well as for the owner and help, in ground. The ants are 'at home. Scald Alachua, Monday after 4th Tuesday in Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M..

and about the stables, as well as to prevent them. If your cellar is not cemented hunt November. son.Sheriff. :M.: Hankins, :Madison.: Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. 3I

t the loss which would otherwise occur. the pests there ; very likely you will find SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, .
There is no doubt' of this, as any one may lots of them. When the work here recom- Spring Term- Superintendent of Schools-E. S.. Tyner, Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30: p. }I

prove at the small expense of a dollar or sopS mended has been done, clean out your clos Orange, 4th Monday in January. :Madison.: SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M.

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the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM.The Central and Western Railroad. .s
Commissioner's Sale.By Through tickets via this' line at the Com- _

VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF, OR + most Best Economical,Cleanest Hair and pa uy's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP

decree of the Circuit Court, Fourth I h !sing. Vest. Bay Street.
Judicial Circuit in and fur Nassau County, lInn Fails to Restore W. M. DAVIDSON, -
by His Honor James M. Baker, the youthful color to grey General Manager,
granted Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels
Judge of said Court, on the IGth day of :ir. soc and $i sizes at Jacksonville,
July, \. D. 1883, in the suit of Louis A. T- lnlgi..ts.: 0. AMES, Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
Da.is"s.. C. J. Davis and Anna Davis we Florfston Colc Gen'l Passenger Agent,
qA ne. in the above named diseases and
in front of the h Jacksonville, FJa.: efficacy healing ,
will sell at public outcry, A new aid rxrcetlmel: frm-
courthouse in the city of Fernandina. Nas- << want and In-lni; peri_. j. MCELROY, pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Tian.i .
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in 1' K au : Master TransportationTallahassee
sau County Florida, on the first. Monday
September, A. D. 1883, being the third day PARKER'SGINGERTONIC Fla.TH1E Iif
of the month the following described real GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.
estate situated and being in said County of CARD

Nassau, State of Florida that is, that por- OF THE Trade Hark.Laboratory.
tion of the Orange Bluff, or James Rouse AGENTS ANTED a
tract, in section number one (1)), townshipfour FLORIDA TRANSIT
north of ((24)) twenty-four RAILROADAND
((4)) range
east, and, described as that portion of said A Pure Family Medicine that Never Intoxicates. 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.

tract lying westward of the ice-house and If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
trees blazed the line beginning at the west- overwork or a mother run down hv' family or household CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
ward corner of the icehouse and running duties try FAKKKX'S GIKCKK Ionic.If In Effect July M, 1883. Jir% Clark Johmo1&My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
trees blazed to the back line of the you are a lawyer minister or business man exhausted Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.
as per by mental strain or anxious cares do not GOING SOUTh
said tract. Purchaser to for take intoxicating stimulants but use PAJt ER'SGU.GER Leave Fernandina......................11.00 a.m.
Sold for partition. pay TONIC. Leave Hart's Road......................11.40a.m. s
titles. RUSSELL If you have Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Kidney or Leave Callahan........................... 12.40p.m.
WILLIAM T. Complaints, if troubled with T8 CURE ALL CASES OF
Urinary or you are any ... .............. ..... 1.07 GUARANTEED
JAMES E. DAVIS disorder of the inn gs.stomach bowels.blood or nerves Leave Dutton.. ..... p.m. INDICESTION LOST APPETITE; BILIOUSNESS;
JACKSON MIZELL, you can be cured 1 ly PAKKKH'S GINGER TONIC. Leave Brandy Branch ................. 1.22 p.m. k DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH. FOUL BREATH
Commissioners. If you are wasting away from age dissipation or Arrive Baldwin..............<:..:........ 1.45 p.m. COSTIVENESS, ENLARCED SPLEEN COLIC. &C. I
.. ..........I ........ 2.10
1st 1883. any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take :Leave Baldwin..... p.m.
Fernandina, Fla., August GINGER TONIC at once: it will invigorate: and build Leave Maxville.................'.......... 2.35p.m. Rnv.J R.Tenn.Graves,Editor 1 received and Proprietor package"Baptist.of your" 11.J.1882 R., says Johnson.: 1 am M.a D.graduate. of Abbeville.of Georgia Miss.Medical. Aug
you, up from the first dose but will never intoxicate.It Leave Highland................,......... 2.56 p.m. Liver Memphis Medicine, and have used about half of it. It College,and have practiced thirty-five years. I use
Commissioner's Sale.BY has saved hun reilii cf lives it may save yours. Leave Lawtey ............................. 3.12p.m. works like a charm f want no better Liver Regulator LiverMedicinebutItIsasovereignremedyforilax.: : rand n

VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE on H1SCOX* dollar fix A*CO.,at.all Iii dealers:! Wllliim!In St.,,,,ikiD". New.. York. We. and Leave Temple's.......................... 3.281'.111. Rev.certainly E.A Hnffins no more, Franklin.of Zoflin'smixture.K.y. ftev.J. S.Beasley,of Snmmerton.

Hon. H. J. Baker, County Judge of GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE. Arrive Starke.............................. ........... Aug.tCJ,says: It is the best medicine S in's C.,J an."Si says: I have deal used but Zeil-hnd
Nassau County Florida, I will 'sell to the Leave Starke .............................. 3.3G: p.nl. 1 have ever taken in my Send life. It your preparation medicine a altogether great superior!
highest bidder, in front of the Court-House Leave Thurston .......................... 3.48p.m. another w curing package.me of Dyspepsia.Mast have it.me in its effect on the pystem.The best.
door of Nassau County on the first Mondayin TEXTS obtained for new inventionsor Arrive Waldo.............................. 4.10 p.m. Rev. J. L. Brittaln, of Elountsvllle.la. Dr. S. Mansfield, Wholesale Druggist Memphis,
September, A. D. 1883 the following real or for improvements in old Leave Waldo.............................. 4.20 p.m. w; torpid\ .. March and 1882,says costiveness: 1 suffered and with your, Tenn.sold it.many says years"Have before sold it me.80 That:--9.this my medicine predecessor is a
estate belonging to the estate of Nelson Parker Caveats Infringements Trade-Marks Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m. medicineliver cured me My wife has used It good one.no one can deny;and that it is the true andgenuine'Simmons
)n OS. nonedaro gainsay:
deceased, situate, lying and being in the mil all patent business promptly attended Leave Arredondo ............... ......... 5.24 p.m. with admirable effect for sick-headache :: Liver Medicine
county of Nassau and State of Florda described n. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Batton............................. 5.36p.m. Original add Only Genuine. Estat.1810.

as follows : That portion of Little REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented Leave Archer............................. 5.52 p.m. Put up in and 25c.bottles and SI.by packages

Pine Island, known as section ((47)) forty by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patnt Leave Bronson ........................... G.21 p.m. ?.F. SIMMONS& CO., louts. Mo.Established.
seven' township ((3)) three north of range > Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS Leave Otter Creek....................... G.51 p.m. : .
((28)) twenty-eight east, that is contained in EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure patents Leave Rosewood..... ........ ........... 7.30p.m.
lots one ((1)), one and a half (11)( ), two ((2)). in less time than those who are remote Arrive Cedar Key........................ 80.2 p.m.
three ((3)), three and a half ((3i), six (0) and Tom Washington. GOING NORTH. COLLINS & CON HARTFORD

seven ((7), according to map showing 23: subdi-77-100 When Inventors send model or sketch, Leave Cedar Key......................... 7.00 a.m. ,
of said island containing
I xe make search in the Patent Office and Leave Rosewood......................... 7.38 a.m. _
acres, more or less. to for titles.J. advise as to its patentability free of charge Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.13 a.m. 1826. : ,
Terms cash. Purchaser. A. EDWARDS pay Correspondence) confidential; fees reasonable I Leave Bronson.. .............. ........... 8.55a.m. : .15

Commissioner. ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Leave Archer.............................. ).25 a.I11.

IS OBTAINED.We Leave Batton ....................a......... 9.42 a.m.
Fernandina. ,. Fla. August 1,1883.AX refer:; by permission to the City Postmaster Leave Arredondo ............?.......... 9.57 a.m.
:- RELATION i and to the Superintendent of the Leave Gainesville............,.........10.24 a.m.
URDI1:1CTO E IN Post.OfficeIone,' Order Division in Wash- Arrive Waldo............................11.13 a.m. .
DOGS.BE ngton. For special references circular,service Leave Waldo........................... ..11.25 a.m. iri i
IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR terms, etc., addressC. Leave Thurston..........................11.54 p.m. w
Council of the City of Fernandina : A. SNOW & CO., Arrive Starke.............................. .............
SECTION 1. That no dog shall be allowed Opp.Patent Office. Washincron.: TV"1 2tf Leave Starke..............................12.15 p.m.

to run at large in the city of Fernandina Leave Temple's.........................12.24 p.m. ,;
without a license has first been obtained HORACE DREW, Leave Lawtey -..........................12.48 p.m. .
from the Collector of Revenue for the city Stationer Leave Highland .......................... 1.10 p.m. 4.us
Tooksellcr, .
and a collar and badge obtained such as Leave Maxville ........................... 1.35 p.m. ,,. !
may be provided by order of the City Council U Printer and Hinder. Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.05 p.m. -
; such license to be due and paid for on Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.30p.m. ;;
or before the first day of August each year- School Books and Orange Wraps Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.55 p.m. OF : ,r

one dollar and fifty cents. NOW A SPECIALITY. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.15p.m. MANUFACTURERS
SEC. 2. It shall be the duty of the Marshal Leave Callahan.......................... 4.05p.m.
(or police) to take up any dog runningat J:3r Liberal discounts to Teachers and Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.50 p.m. Picks
large, not so provided with collar and Trade.;; Special prices and Catalogue free onpplication. Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.25 p.m. Axes Hatchets

budge and impound or take care of such Trains daily, except Sundny.PENINSULAR ,
hours. When the owner _
dog forty-eight 59 \V. BAY STREET,
such dog can be found notice shall be given JACKSONVILLE FLA AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY 1i
by the Marshal or police, and if the! owneror DIVISION. i;b t
( any other person for them) shall procurea I GOING SOUTH. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also .
ot the Collector and pay RAILROADS.
collar and badge for arrest Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m. AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
the Marshal 25 cents FINE S
the fees due ( each for keeping the Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m. Also,
15 cents day CITY ROUTE.
of dog and the Marshal shall turn over the dogto FLORAL Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57 p.in. all sizes and pric33 from: $j t: > $13 i Also, Plowing Machines.
same), dog notabove Leave Lochloosa.......................... 5.15 p.m. &c.
claimantVhencver any CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. information catalogues, ,
said for shall be seized by the FLORIDA Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.42 p.m. Farmers will receive valuable ,
provided directed the Marshal -- Leave Anthony Place.................. 6.07 p.m. by writing to the makers,
1st 1883.
Marshal or police ............... New York.
shall make such disposition, by sale or killing D1EXCIKG this date Trains on this Leave Silver Spring...... 6.35p.m. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St.,
: be ordered by the Mayor in his C and its connection,will run as fol- Leave Ocala................................. 7.00p.m.
as may road .
Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m. I Y'f Y i
discretion.SEC. shall be allowedto lows : Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m. .. : STOVES TIN-WAR ETC. '
3. No vicious dog WESTWARD. "fo"t...., CJ I }
run at large, with or without a badge: No. 3. No. 1. GOING NORTH. .. ,:>: p3H| I :::--------. ------ -- -- ------ : .. ';.tJI.

and any owner that allows such a dog to goat Accom.IaH.. Leave Wildwood........... .............. 7.00a.m. \ .r-DWSH: M I S 1' STREETY, ,- -- ';: ',':.,
large shall be liable to a fine of not exceeding Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 p m 1.30pm Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.25 a.m. oC.lj"," \ l.i": i .. --;. \ t .

twenty-five dollars on conviction before Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45 pm 2.14 p m Leave Ocala................................ 8.30 a.m. -. N\V \i-A-.\l/' ; .. cJ i I Second Street, opposite. the Post-Office,', ... '', .. .........<;.(
the Mayor.SEc. Lake City........... 1.10am 4.53 p m Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m. ( .a ; LLi OF1SI FERNANDINA FLA. :: .1 Yi. .;_ f
3. All Ordinances or parts of Ordi- u Live Oak............ 3.15am 5-55 p m Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.15a.m. ,,;,, l'/ <,';'." ;" rl
nances conflicting with the provisions of u Madison ............ 5.25am 7.42 p m Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43 a.m. fii H "QOk= THErn [ ,".< this Ordinance arc hereby repealed. Drifton.............. 7. 'O am 9.05 p m Leave I.ochloosa.J:.... ....10.10 a.m.
Passed first second and third readings Monticello........ 9.35pm10.30pm Leave Hawthorne...:...................10.29 a.m. For iLalt1SlJl.:1.1
and adopted, July 25, 1883.; Tallahassee......... 9.05am: Leave Dixie................................10.47 a.m. .-:;-.... :.'... r4'r' ";.': r 4? fl lIEU 111.11, .
FRED HOYT Leave Tallahassee........ 10.45 p m Arrive Waldo Junction..... .........11.10 a.m. '. :'": ;: 9- Dutch TIclbol. J.:"an w ., t .f mss ei r

President pro tan. of Council. ArriveQuincy .............11.05 a m 12.00 p m Trains daily, except Sunday. ,( ,"1'Er' : liaiba, Trench Bulb*.' .1 nI ii'x
Attest: Cliatta. River......12.10 p m 1.00 a m \'Js AiuericunBulbB. Also
[sE.1LJVM.] F. WOOD JR., City Clerk. Leave River Junction... 1.10 a m "-'-'r .-e, .,. ...-PllUtsforGreenhouEcsIod.
& JACKSONVILLE R. R. : -- Window Gardens,
Approved : Arrive Marianna........:. 2.41 a m ;i
C. A. HALEY, Mayor. Pensacola.......... 9.30 a m GOING SOUTH. I: '" lt'llt ")'.;\ q n PSIBLEY:) & enu .
.:. nl)!
Montgomery...... 8.50 p m Leave Fernandina...... 2.00p.m. 7.15p.m. C atalog ,I'; J SFEDSMEN.
In the Circuit Court. Fourth Judicial .' Mobile...........?. 4.25pm Leave Hart's Road...... 2.35 p.m. 7.48p.m. FREE I /ij 1 .:lRochester.N.Y.ICh1C8b"o.mDO I
Circuit Florida. New Orleans... 10.15 pm Arrive Jacksonville.... 3.37 p.m. 8.45 p.m. Ii

KUEDV.. HOYT and W. O. JEFFREYS, Houston............ 6.50 a m GOING NORTH. 'S i
Partners as Fred W. Iloyt & Co., }; I --=-
versus EASTWARD.No.. No. 2.Mail.. Leave Jacksonville..... ;.30 a.m. 4.15p.m. I

II. I). FOX and S. L. BURNS Partners as Accom. Leave Hart's Road..... 8.30 a.m. 5.20 p.m. JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS II I I .
Fox & Burns. ArriveJacksonville....... 8.25 am 3.00 p m Arrive Fernandina..... 9.05a.m. G.OOp.m.

TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN Baldwin............. G.50am 2.02 p m Trains double daily except Sunday. NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT, I '
U execution i issued in the Fourth Judicial Lake City.......... 3.00am 11.38 a m SUNDAY TRAINS. but contains all the medicinal properties STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.

Circuit, in and for Nassau County Florida Live Oak............ 1.25am 10.37 a m Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.00a.m. of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It I I TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE y.y
, in a suit wherein Fred \V. Hoyt and Madison ...........11.05 P ill 9.12 a m Arrive Fernandina.....................10.25 a.m. is very pleasant to take and 1 .
f \V. 0. Jeffreys are plaintiffs and R. D. Fox .. Drifton............... 9.05pm. 7.30 a m Leave Fernandina.......................5.00 p.m. ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
and S. L. Burns are defendants I have levied Monticello ......... 8.00 a m Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25 p.m.CONNE'TIOKS. CURES INDIGESTION HEADACHE, ;
upon and will sell at public auction,,in, Tallahassee......... 7.15pm 6.05 a m I COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC, PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. y .
front of the Court-House in the city'of I's 1 Leave Tallahassee ........ 6.38 pm 5.55 am'' I i
nandina, on the first Monday of August" ; Arrive Quincy............. 5.20 pm 4.45 a m DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, A large stock of Stoves on hand Give mea '
18Si:', being the sixth day of said judnlh, the Leave Chatt' hee River 4.15 p m 3.45 a m PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, call, and compare my prices with those of
N. 4 S.W. i Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R:;w0'&;-- & Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 a m AT FERNANDINA, FLA., other houses, here or elsewhere. .

acres. Levied upon as the property'of.Fox .! Marianna......... 1.39 a.m With New York and Fernandina Steam- and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-
te Burns to satisfy said judgment, together, Leave Pensacola........... 7.15 p m ship Line from New York :on Tuesday, at 8 ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy BOOTS AND SHOES.NEW .6 Y
with interest and cost of suit. Terms t cash. Leave Montgomery: ...... 8.30 a m a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. ; and for New action. Sold by ;
purchaser paying for title.J. Leave Mobile............... 2.00 p m York on Thursday, at 10.40/ a.m., 500. p.m.or PALMER BUG'S.
A. ELLERMANN, Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m 5.50 p.m. Centre Street, Fernandina Fla. TIIE STOnE.B .- &
Sheriff Nassau County. Leave Houston........... 6.15 pm With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- for DOWS JAMAICA

Fernandina, Fla., July 7, 1883. Trains Sunday.1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 dailjexcept nah Sunday, Wednesday CALLAHAN.To and. Friday.AT GINGER/23-: Also ALE Agents, the only Ginger Ale made 22 \ : { W. F. WOOD, Jr., |. SC

.' rn T1" n.11 P ensacoia.SLEEPING I without peppei.
TRAINS:: jacKsonvme: HI
SOLID and Charleston at
NOTICE. Savannah
CREDITORS, LEGATEES AND CARS CONNECTIONS.At Madison to.Pensacola. 7.25 and and 9.45 from a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.AT O. S. OAKES \ > {{ Proprietor, } :EC

ALL entitled to distribution of the Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by BALDWIN, FLA.,
estate d Wm. Marson, deceased are hereby No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m. AND BUILDER, > Car > s
notified to present their claims. duly authenticated all points North and East; with the Fernan- HAWTHORNE,
from date or thetame AT MANUFACTURES
within two years Railroad for Fernan-
dina & Jacksonville
will be barred.: dina ; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m. and 2.40 DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF :s: :

JOHN A. ELLERMANN the St. Johns River. p. m. ALL SIZES.

Executor. At Baldwin, by No. 1 and 2 with Florida AT WILDWOOD. Post Office Box 174. s sAND .
Fernandina, Fla., June 28. 1883. Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand jan4 Fernandina, Fla

Ocala Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Tampa daily except Sunday.
NOTICE. Gulf Ports. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg IIO FOR THE BEACH. S S ,

IX WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILLapply At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida I daily except. Sunday.AT MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe ,
i ND A
S to the Judge of the County Courtin &Western Railroad.At CEDAR KEY, FLA., A ,
Fla., for Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch Steamers ar a: ,
of Nassau, Company's -
and for the County Steamship
With Tampa of McGSnni
and Sat- Omnibuses
of Thursdays three elegant
estate Tuesdays
the Railroad on
letters of administration on for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp. partieson
secured for private
. Nelson Parker deceased. F. C. SUHRER. urdays.At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday apd & Rawsou very reasonable can be terms,at any hour, either ..c c:

, Fernandina, 'I:1.1ay 12, 1883. 6 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna, Pen- Friday.With Line Steamships for Key day or night. /ag*?
Morgan's 'VSOX.
New Orleans & RA ":
sacola Mobile,in Montgomery the West;Southwest, and West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.; ITo all
Notice. and points
Administrator's the SHORTEST, for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. Rent.
WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL Northwest QUICKEST-AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates The property known as Sanborn's.Stor. '.*. Centre,& third. } S i
SIX to the Honorable Judge of and with the Central and People's etc., apply to Apply for particulars to I-j -
of points; MAcDOXELL
County Court for lettersof administration Sundays and Thursdays for A. A. B. NOYES. .
Line Boats on '
deceased. and Agent.D.
the of C. Braddock, and Saturdays Gen'l Ticket :
estate Spicer Apalachicola, and Tuesdays 12 i Fernandina. July 15-tf. "
OWENS. Gen'l Supt.
JOHN and Eufaula. MAXWELL, --i. .,
Columbus. .'- "
for :
Fernandina, Fla., July 2, 1853. ,, i




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:i: .j LMt.4" : j THE FLORIDA. MIRROR : AUGUST 25. -

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getting a bad name. There is no reason Fernandina Quarantines Pensacola. Range of ThermometerFOR
f j' why the enterprise should not pay twelve THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, AUGUST 24,
*& per cent., and under proper managementwould.

.SfcJ1'< : Il.OO.A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX J0ATSReflections. We should take advantage of the TERDAY.A : "0
1 I special meeting of the City Council was -
sV *i .;>r gifts so bountifully bestowed on us by na- r'I.I' .1
; called yesterday evening for the purpose
: ture and add to them by enterprise and r
ifiir.tj; ,
of the Board
considering a communication
? it ii industry. B. .. 80 90 I 90 87 W. The
Saturday Aug.18 Secretof
i I Mr. Samuel A. Swann left for New York of Health in regard to the establishment of
# ( Sunday ......?......19 79 90 86 SE.
f'lI 1 ; Wednesday. The City Council.A quarantine against Pensacola.The :Monday _..........20 78 I 86 189 83 E.
I MU4l ii ;x Jacksonville has established quarantine regular meeting of the City Council was following aldermen were present: Tuesday............21 79 I 861 86 831 E.

:iii'Hm' a against Fensacola. held Wednesday evening, with Alder- Hoyt, Kelly, Avery, Williams, King and Wednesday.......22 80 90 E.Thursday.23 the universal success o EBrown's
t I 80 89 91 18.3 E.
,i in the chair and the Iron Bitters
'*i f m Mayor Dancy, of Jacksonville, was on man Hoyt following Robinson. Friday ...._.........24 78 188 I 88 E. is sim-
K 1 ft i''E': Amelia Beach this week. aldermen present: Avery, Williams, Rob- President Hoyt stated the object of the is the best Iron

inson, Kelly and King. meeting, and the clerk read the following Ppreparation ever made
is-V-p Ike Mode was a passenger for New York MARINE. ; is
The following bills were ordered paid : COMMUNICATION-FROM: THE BOARD OF HEALTH :
the San Antonio this week. compounded on thoroughly-
; l.-il' ; by Joseph Kaiser. building dog pound.$3 50 At a meeting of the executive committeeof Port of Fernandina.HIGH .

1'w:; : Major Ned E. Farrell, Superintendent of Samuel Lofthouse. 1 day's services as the Board of Health of Fernandina, heldon WATER. scientific, chemical and

"* I the Santa Fe Canal is in the city. !special police................................... 1 25 medicinal principles and
t; > ? ?> 1 services August 24, 1883, the following resolu- Saturday, Aug. 25...... 1:10 A.)I. 1:45 p. s' ,
Henry Holly, day's as spec- 26...... 2:15" 2:50" does what is
frB g The San Antonio, which cleared for New ial police......................................... 1 25 tions were presented and adopted : Sunday, : just claimed for
..... 3:19" 3:51"Tuesday
York yesterday morning, had 18 passengers. John Alberti, 6 day's work................. 6 00 WHEREAS, Yellow fever exists in Pensa- :Monday,, II 28...... 4:20": 4:51":: it-no more and no less.

Ned Small 6 day's work.................... 6 00 cola, Fla., and it is necessary, in order to 44
Mrs. Sarah Whit taker and Mrs C. A. Wednesday, 29...... 5:19 5:47"
lf', i x'l The following report of the Finance Com protect our city and community, to take Thursday, 30...... 6:14 6:37.'
it i' r Bryant, of Tallahassee, are at the Strath- mittee was read and ordered spread upon proper measures to prevent its entrance Friday.4t 31...... 7:04" 7:23 '* By thorough and rapid
!f' I i" more. within the limits of Nassau county, which
assimilation with the
r !t.ij-d ( the minutes: county is under the jurisdiction of this blood,
j l ? + c.: Mrs. John S. Lee and daughter were pas- ENTERED.
To the Honorable City Council: Board it reaches part of the
; every
;!'l; : ,i ,. sengers for New. York by the schooner Evans Your Finance Committee beg leave to report Resolved 1st, That proper notice of land Aug.18-S. P. St. Nicholas, with freight, Fitzgerald and ,pas-Savannah system, healing, purifyingand
this week. that they have examined and marked quarantine be published against to C. A. Haley.
i-V cancelled" the bonds of the city and war- county, State of Florida, and all persons 14 sengers strengthening. Commencing
Nicholas Sa-
20 S. P. St. Fitzgerald,
pvK We notice a good many people from Middle rants on file in the office of the County from that county are prohibited from enter- vannah with freight and at the foundationit

;., Florida among the arrivals at the Clerk in the cases of Patrick Kelly and San- ing Nassau 'county until this quarantine is sengers to; C. A. Haley. pas- builds and restores lost

1 Strathmore. born & Hovt versus the City of Fernandina, raised. 21-Barkentine Elvina Curtis New up
,| ;- also Resolved Sd, That we request the Mayorof health-in other
1 and have marked the "stubs" of said York railroad iron and platesfor no way can
i Mrs. J. Whitney and Mrs. H. W. King Fernandina to call of Councilat ;
tL f :: warrants in the same manner. Two of said a meeting Florida Central & Western benefit be obtained.
i, ,t a : r. left Thursday for New York and Philadelphia warrants, Nos. 486 and 881, are not on the once, and petition them to establish quar- Railroad. Tasting
( irj.yl.
t -' via the Mallory Line. stub book now in possession of the clerk. antine stations at such places as may best "
Antonio Wilder.
22-S. S. San 1,680
the introduction of yellow -
t' Following is the.list of bonds and protect us against
: N. Whitney of Tallahassee. .tons, New York ; with freight yt DearbomAve..ChiclO.! 7.
: : Professor J. and warrants cancelled : fever, and that they appoint competentand
: '; R. W. South- been sufferer froma
l' such and passengers to 1 have a great
: a has accepted the position of principal of the BONDS AND COUPONS. suitable officers at points as they wick, agent. very weak stomach heartburn,and
fid'I' deem best, with full instructions from the
F'1! j'j. :: LaGrange High School, Georgia. Bond No. 15, issued to Nelson S. Eaton. Health Officer, and that the railroad compa- 22-8. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah everything dyspepsia in I its ate worst gave form.me dJ"tres5.Nearly

., > ; .: Mrs f\ T. Brian, wife of Lieutenant Brian July 26, 1870. Amount of bond. $50 ; cou- nies be requested to give every assistance to with freight and pas- and 1 could eat but little. I havetried
pon, $4.Bond. to. the sengers, to C. A. Haley, agent. everything recommended,have
the officers thus out
,' .; : :/! ; :1 of the Revenue Cutter BoutweU, is stopping No. 8, issued to Patrick Kelly & Co., appointed carry and taken the prc .:ri?lion. of a dozen
orders of the Board of Health City
r i i'p,. .k; .' i)' at the Strathmore with her two children. October 2, 1872. Amount of bond, $500 ; Council. CLEARED. took physicians Browns but Iron gut no Bitters.relief until I' feel I

I d": :' r John Varnum, associate editor of the coupon, $40. Resolved Sd. That the railroad company 44 21-Sch. S. C. Evans, Sylvan, New none of the old troubles and am a
WARRANTS. be informed that no cars, with York. new man. I aia getting much
? r Times-Union,returned with his family, Wednesday Xo.' To whom issued. Date. Ain't.I any upholstery work in passenger them, or any sleep- 44 21-Sch. Louisa Frazier, Campbell, stronger and feel first-rate.and I ama
railroad engineer now make
'4 from New York, on the City of San 2.080 Turner Duling... Nov. 11, 1880.. $288.66 ing cars west of the Chattahoochee river, Philadelphia. my trips regularly. I can not say I,
w c 1 Antonio. 2,163 Turner Duling... March 16. 1881 33.33 will be allowed to enter the limits of Nassau 19-S." P. St. Nicholas. Fitzgerald, Savannah too much in praise of your wonder- j

2,081 Turner Duling... Nov. 11, 1880.. 33.33 county until further orders. ; with freight and pas- rul medicine. D. C.MACK.
The brick for the new chapel to the Convent 2,121 Sanborn fc Hoyt Jan. 6, 1881.... 98.29 Resolved 4th.., That the Southern Express ,',' sengers, by C. A. Haley.

; ,'. ; of the Sisters of St. Joseph have arrived 1,085 R. M. Smith...... April 7, 1880.. 20.00 Company be requested to have a complete 21-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah -

', ; .,rl : and the work of erection has com 2.097 J. F. Lohman... Nov. 11, 1880.. 135.00 change of messengers and cars at some ; with freight and pas- BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
; 20,75 J. F. Lohman... Oct. 21, 1880... 136.83 point bevond the Chattahoochee, not east, sengers, by C. A. Haley. does not contain whiskeyor
i' .H ., menced. 2,100 J. F. Lohman... Dec. 2, 1880... 136.88 and to allow no freight or express matter 44 24-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder, 1,680
> i, .. The hotel accommodations at Amelia 486 Joseph Ligeour.. :March 29.1878 50.00 shipped from'Escambia county to enter the tons, New York ; with freight alcohol, and will not

;, ", ..': Beach have been wholly inadequate to the 881 Geo S. Roux..... July 30, 1879.. 62.38 limits of Nassau county. and passengers,by K.W. South- blacken the teeth, cr cause
:; 2,181 W. P. Wood, Jr. March 16,1881 10.00 Resolved 5th, That Cedar( Key be requestedto ) wick, agent.
;( : t.' demands. The Strathmore and Sweeney's 2,158 C. A. Haley...... :March: 16,1881 5.00 keep a vigilant eye upon any possible introduction 44 23-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- headache and consl: J.tion. _

<, z t .. :':;.: have been full to overflowing the past week. We recommend that this report be entered of persons or baggage from Es- vannah, with freight and pas- It will cure dyspepsia, indi-

t '.1..ti -, the minutes of the Council. cambia county, and to request their earnest sengers, by C. A. Haley.
:.. A survey was held this week of the Norwegian upon cooperation with us in preventing the en- gestion, heartburl, sleep-
7 c .,,1. 'I l bark Frithjof which arrived here "0. F. AVERY, trance of yellow fever into our limits. IN PORT. lessness, dizziness, nervous

f ,, --: last week leaking. The damage will be re- Finance Committee. Resolved 6th, ThatCouncil take immediate Bark Zingarella (Am.). Dtrveraux. debility, weakness, f:::.
'r :;:: : paired and the vessel proceed on her voyage. Fernandina, August 16. 1883. steps! to ascertain the facts relating to a report Bark Frithjof (Nor.), Hanson.
t l of yellow fever being on board Barkentine Elvina Curtis.
+ ; {, : ;.' The barkentine Elvina,which arrived here The following resolution, offered by Al- the steamer Alabama, in Tampa bay, and Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell.Sch. Use only Brown's Iron Bitters made by

''r;. .';:.,' last Saturday from New York, is discharging derman Avery, was adopted : that such action may be taken as may best Tom Williams Wheaton.For Brown Chemical Co.,Baltimore. Crossed
WHEREAS, There is in the hands of conduce to our safety and protection from red lines and trade-mark oa wrapper.
1 now
': it ;Vr; : 500 tons of railroad iron for the Florida
: Mr. H. E. Dotterer late treasurer of the for- any infection from that quarter.J. .
!":::, r.I. .\ Central & Western Railroad, at the steamship mer Sanitary Board, a small balance of D. PALMER, Sale,

.. "J,! ;': dock. money unexpended belonging to the Sanitary President Board of Health. At a very low price a handsome new piano
"l fund, it is hereby ordered that Mr. Dot- Attest: and stool. PERCY JO ES.
j.; :. j Mrs. J. E. Meddaugh, who has been quite
terer turn over said balance to the treasurer, THEO. STARBUCK,
iv.:* ?. ',t .t'" .; ill. for several weeks, left this week for the to be credited to the Sanitary fund. Secretary Board of Health Sale of Earthenware.On .

;. :. 't '. I .': North I by the 1 schooner I Silas C. Evans. Mrs. In the absence of Alderman Proctor, Upon motion of Alderman King, the Saturday, the 1st day of Septembernext

'l ti : ; r' ; Meddaugh was accompanied by her daugh- Chairman of the Committee on Ordinances, Council adopted the resolutions of the I will offer for sale to the highest bid- ,

L '; ;.'.", ter Pauline. the president pro tern appointed Alderman Board of Health. der, at the depot of the Florida Transit & -
"I "
I Peninsular Railroad, in Fernandina, one
;':..m :i 4p 1 : Mr. Wm. Lake returned here by the Avery chairman pro tern., and Alderman Callahan was made the quarantine station hundred and sixty casks of Earthenware,

1, .' i; ;. -.a t, steamship San Antonio Wednesday. Mr. Kelly, chairman of the Committee on for Nassau county. more or less ; shipment by one :Mr. Craw- .

;.:'. Lake has brought with him an elegant assortment Wharves and Slips. Upon motion of Mr, Kelly, the :Mayorwas ford, Macon, Georgia to various consignees.Sale .

F., : i ::1\:', of jewelry, watches, etc., which he An ordinance forbidding cattle running requested to appoint the quarantine charges.made to satisfy claim for freight and

f I ?'' will open at his old stand, on Second street. large in Old Town, passed its first reading.Sea officer whose salary was fixed not to exceed 37 F. W. SIMMONS, Agent.

v A party of boisterous negroes on the beach $50 per month, to be paid for actual time of Fernandina, Fla., August 10, 1883.

j' ; ', Tuesday night, fired three shots from a retr" Bathing.At service only.Council .
tr" the present time, says the British Med- Nassau Fibre,
";P. : volver at Sweeney's cottage. the balls lodging ical Journal, it may be useful to recall the then adjourned. For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto FRED W. HOYT & CO.

;.J. in the weatherboarding. One shot chief general indications and contra-indi- Excursion to Brunswick.The anything else in use. For sale by ,

barely missed Mr. Sweeney, who was standing cations which respectfully sanction and for- June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.
bid bathing in the sea. "Shall I bathe?" Fernandina Base Ball Associationwill t'

.t, ,; in his front porch. This is question which thousands of health give an excursion to Brunswick. Ga., FERNANDINA, FLA.,
seekers will be asking of their doctors dur- For Sale.A .
f The steamship San Antonio cleared from
next for the of
"or. ing the next few weeks. While the stimulusof Monday purpose playing a horse and Apply to
good wagon.
: :-, this port yesterday morning for New York, a fresher air, of change of scene, and of match game'with the McCulloughs, of that MRS. EMMA: FLETCHER,

:,-1 I 0',':11 with, the o:8.4OOOfeetlumber, new occupations, together with rest from city. They have chartered the steamer Third Street. Grocers, Grain Dealers,

r. di a 348 barrels rosin, 101 barrels spirits,470 logs accustomed work, are the elements from Seth Low for the occasion, which will leave Fernandina, August 11,1883tf.For

", : cedar, 316 cases cedar, 140 tons old rails, 79 which the weakly, the worn, the worried
.. reap physical and mental restoration in a Centre street dock at 8 o'clock in the morn- AND

: i empty kegs. 39 packages merchandise. sojourn on the sea coast, it is unquestionable ing and return after the game, arriving here Kent.

that bathing in the open sea is, in itself, about 9 o'clock p. m. Fare for the round One of the best truck-farms inthis sec- General Merchants.CHOICE .
Temperance Lecture. a powerful restorative agency, which many tion of the country. For particulars apply

I' ,?, Mrs. Elberson, of Rawson, Ohio, will lecture persons may employ with very great advan- trip, $1.50. to MRS. EMMA: FLETC'HER.Third .
x Street.
s;" : on Bible Temperance at the A. M. E. tage.The Arrivals at the Strathmore.
Fernandina 11,1883-tf.
universal experience of our race,
: Church, South, on Sunday evening at 7:30 through unnumbered advantages, has W H Cuttler, Misses D and Emma Holland FAMILY GROCERIES,

F' } o'clock. shown the value of sea bathing in both pre- R1 Jones and wife, J Hnff. H P Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
;. ventive and curative medicine. A good Friedenberg and family, J Slager, the :Misses: ,
Amelia Beach.To rule laid down Slager, Miss Emma Hudnall, Geo Dreyfuss, Tracts containing twenty acres each of
the Editor of the Mirror: cian,, is this : In by all cases an experienced showing impaired physi- Dr Baldwin. W McL Dancy, F 0 Solomon, choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, HAY, CORN, OATS, :BRAN, FEED,
functional C B Benedict, Jacksonville; F G Russell, N suitable for orange growing and truck farm-
i The growth of Fernandina is intimately powers, without any manifestation offered for sale. These landsare
: of E Newev, Henry Samuels, New York ; GeoE ing, are now
connected with the of the inflammatory symptoms, in short, Wilson E conveniently situated for transpor- FLOUR GRITS AND MEAL
development in those cases in which the exhibition of al- Atlanta ; J Brooks, Washington very ,
'1' 'h'? beach. The present hotel (The Strathmore. ) teratives and tonics is indicated, sea bathing DCIrs; :: Brian and two children, tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
,;. Ocala ; H S :\Ic'VhorterIiss: Lizlzie Mc- terms to purchasers. Titles are unques-
is in adapted to the for may, proper precautions, be resortedto
every way purposes tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
iVvt Whorter Miss Mary Pacetti, St Marys Jno
s t it is contra-indicated in of ; AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.FURNITURE .
1 =1 which it was built. Large airy rooms, broad thoric habit of body, in cerebral persons congestion Jordan, :Miss Sallie Jordan, West Florida ; large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,

& t:4':: piazzas, good ventilation-no more could be in organic disease of the heart, in aneurism,, G A Cooley, Henry Brush, G Galloway, D February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.

4i; :a' asked. The requisite now is, a hotel keeper and in all persons who have the inability Edwin, J R Lea, W R Atmore, Marianna ;
E O Brice. J R Shoemaker, Julius Solomon,
Livery at a Bargain.
to encounter .
t 1 thoroughly conversant with his business- a comparatively severe '
Mrs R Loewen-
J N Danube Campbellton
shock while it is also to be forbidden at ; I offer at entire establish- =
; bargain
a my -
i ; j one who will give his guests good, wholesome stein, Master'Loewenstein, Jacksonville ; W I
4 ; i certain periods in which the female consti- ment in this city, consisting of Carriages,
I+ r i food and plenty of it, and who will tution is not prepared for the application of S Davis. New York; Mrs Bryant, Mrs Whit- Buggies Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage
Tallahassee J 0 Gould and wife WmL
k '. attend to all the details of his business. powerful remedies. Because it tends, in ; Horses, Harness, etc.

!4 ,1 I With the Strathmore as a nucleus, fifty : certain conditions of impaired health, to Calhoun, Palatka. Terms. of purchase, CASH. Crockery, Hardware, Tinware,
cause determination of the blood to the vis G. F. AVERY.
: "- cottages would soon be built, the occupants cera. Bathing in the is Died,
lil open sea generally Office and Stable-First, Street,near Broom
j 'i taking their meals at the hotel. The season unsuitable for persons disposed to congestive On August 13th, 1883, at the residence of Street Wharf. 46

1 is good from the 15th of April until September disorders of the lungs, kidneys, liver, and his grandfather, Col. D. J. Taylor, of spinal BUILDING :MATERIAL,

< ,i I nearly five months, and even in winter brain. Albuminuria, advanced anemia, disease, PALMER: VAN GIESEN, aged 10 years
and a liability to haemoptysis also
are con- and 5 months. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.J. .
there are very many days and evenings ditions which are usually accepted as contra- PAINTS OILS CORDAGE ETC.

1 !' t j I when the hotel would be popular for oyster indicating sea bathing.It List of Letters ,
d ; a is hurtful to bathe babies in the
l sea
suppers picnics. children under two years of age are too Remaining in the Post-Office Fernandina ,
", But there must be a radical change from to bear with Nassau Florida 25
w young advantage the comparatively county, Aug. 1883.
.t.H | the present state of affairs. While people severe shock of a cold sea bath. In Persons calling for these letters must say DEALER IN GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART 0?

i are willing to rough it to a certain extent on old age, when the bodily powers are une- advertised: Men's, Boys' and Youth's, THE CITY FREE OF CHABGE.

the sea-shore, they are not willing to give up qual much to a harm vigorous, especially reaction in, sea the bathing subjects mayo of Bryan, Beckie S. Pendarvis, N. L. Ladles', Misses' and Children's,

f good, wholesome food and good water, especially extreme arterial degeneration. In suitablecases Floyd, Henry H. Steward, Ceaney

h when they cannot see the necessity and under proper precautions as to Flinn, John W. Shard, :Mrs.: -

for doing so. The present management has time of bathing and duration of exposure, Gambridge, A. W. Sutton, Katie !FINE SHOESr- ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED.
a daily bath in the open sea is a valuable re- Gowen, Chas. S. Stewart, Nellie
driven hundreds away, and has failed to sat- storative. In individuals who are fairly robust Jacobs, Lionel Sams, Allen '

isfy those remaining. The cisterns have it is a stimulant, alterative, and tonic, Jones, Ned Taylor, R. F. -

i ,i been abandoned. These should be pumped promoting appetite, tissue change and excretions Livington'Geo, Williams, Richard '. : .
and bracing up the nervous, vascular : McGraw; Georgia 2 Williams, Lawrence AND 1
and filters should be .
t,' out again again ; provided ""
and muscular Sea is McQueen, Lewis Williams, Cenia
systems. bathing
t ; and with good water, good food, and especially useful as a powerful and unsur- Pennyfeather, A. Williams, Rachel ,.-..,-.-... ,.-..,--.-... --.-... "

good rooms, we have at our doors a summer passed tonic in delayed convalescence from SAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M. GENTLEMEN'S FUBNISHING GOODS ,:
acute diseases in :' <:
resort second to none. many chronic affections, .
and in persons whose strength has become Shingles.All '-'" ,: "
Let the present stockholders of the Strath- -
enfeebled by injurious excesses, by mental kinds at ...
t more take a word of warning. The hotel is strain, or by unhealthy occupations. 3S-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co's. I FERNANDINA, FLA. -'
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