Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00183
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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: September 1, 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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AROIIER. rier, "and developed unusually unfavor- ON THE BEACH 7' AMELIA. tion of the value, even in a pecuniary sense THE COUNT DE ClIAMBORD DEAD. .. a

able conditions. The late spring made it of their grand beach. If they realized its I

t importance to their material interests, a CONSCIOUS TO THE LAST-SKETCH OF THE LIFE
planters any
THE GOLD FEVER SUBSIDING-OTHER ADVANTAGES railroad, with cars moved either by horse or
OF THAT COUNTRY AND ITS VICINITY.To stands, and curtailed the growing season at On the entire extent'of'onr: Atlantic coast, steam power, would long since have been OF THE KING WITHOUT A THRONE
constructed. Its cost would be but VIENNA, August 24.-A dispatch has been
the Editor of the Mirror: least three weeks. stretching from Maine to Key. West thereare insignif- received from Frohsdorf
icant, compared with the benefits that would
ARCHER, FLA., August 29. Fifteen car-loads of immigrants arrived to be found few, if any, beaches rival- almost certainly result. They are sleeping Count de Chambord died at 7:15tlis

Since my last communication the inhabi- recently in Toronto from Iceland. There ling in natural attructioFs that of Amelia upon their rights and privileges, and allow- morning. The Count remained consciousto

Island. If it was located in the vicinity of ing a truly golden opportunity to )ass un within a moment of his death. There
tants of our little village have partially recovered were 700 persons in the party, about 400 of will be no public funeral service at Frohs-

from the gold fever. Mr. Joseph whom will settle in the western British pos- one.of our great Northern cities, its sands Jacksonville noticed. Delays has! raised are dangerous the requisite and amount already ilorf. The obsequies will be celebrated at "

Yoyle, of Gainesville, shipped one of the sessions. The others will take up land in would speedily be transmitted into gold of stock, and organized a company for the Goritz a week hence. .

many gold-bearing rocks! weighing about the Western States. dust by the magical touch,of capital. Various construction of a railroad to Diego or South PAETS. August 24.-The Republican journals -
railroads and steamboat,lines would land Beach, fourteen miles from the city, and speak respectfully in regard to the
three hundred pounds, from here this morn in Ia. death of the Count de and
On August 4 a man residing Gray, next summer will revel in a seaside retreat Chambord unitein
ing to the Louisville Exposition. I have had his feet frozen. He was working bare- swarming thousands at the, doors of numerous of its own, said to he equal in natural attractions paying homage to his sincerity. Royalist

not the least doubt that further researchwill footed in a field about a mile from his house, palatial hotels, and the foam-capped to that of Fernandina.Fine papers have appeared with mourning bor-
richer Owners of breakers would be darkened i by the heads of fishing can be had in the vicinitv of ders, and are reserved in their comments regarding -
develop specimens. when a heavy hail storm came up, coveringthe the Strathmore, and correspondenthad the consequence of the Count's
lots here would not sell at any price, in con ground with hailstones. Before he could multitudes of merry bathers. the pleasure .of taking your several sharks death. The body will be buried by the side ", d 'T- ,:

sequence of the recent discovery.We walk to the house the soles of his feet were Amelia beach is incomparably. superior to from four to five feet in length. Fine sportcan of that of Charles X. The will of the Count

can boast of other advantages besides frozen. those of Newport, Coney, Island, Long be had with these fish by using strong cial will of be opened in the presence of a high offi-
badly Austrian Court.
Branch and the many other famed seaside bass line, wired for two feet above the hook.
have settled us
and those
this, among Some paper used for covering small arti- resorts of Northern communities. At low No special bait is required, and nothing is .;v

arc delighted with the selection. Improvements cles of elegance by shop-keepers on the Con- tide a beach from 150 to 200 yards in width, better than a half pound of shark steak as Henri Charles-Marie-Ferdinand-Dicudon-
are continually being made. Judge furnishes a magnificent 'drive of eighteen these greedy creatures are very cannibal. 116 d'Artois. Duke of Bordeaux and Countde
in the West
John McDonell, of Levy, has his steam tinent of Europe, and especially miles in extent, perfectly level, and so compacted Wading into the surf waist deep,jrou throw Chambord, the head of the elder branchof
mile from here. End of London, closely resembles satin. Ordinary by Neptune's hammers that the the line by means of a heavy sinker as far the Bourbons, was born in Paris, September -
mill in operation about a paper} covered with asbestos pow- wheels of a heavily-loaded vehicle leave but out as possible, and patiently await the 29, 1820. He was the son of the Duke

He has a planing machine, and all of the der to desirable shade and the faintest trace of its passage. What a issue. With a reliable line, two hundredfeet de Berri, who was assassinated :February
modern improvements. He informs me dyed any properly course: it would furnish for Vanderbilt and long, such a fish as I have describedwill 13, 1820, and of Caroline. Duchess de Berri

that he hardly supply the local demandfor fixed on with weak gum gives the satin Bonner's trotting flyers, or the fleet- tax your skill and energies for several and Princess of the Two Sicilies. 'The
effect. footed four-mile wonders of Kentucky minutes. When landed<<1. a gaff is necessary child of miracle," as he was called, was baptized :*

lumber.Mr. Here nature provides twice, daily, withoutcost to secure your prize and a blow or two froma with water brought from the Jordanby r
James Williams, another one of After enjoying a ride on the electric t and without trouble, such a drive as heavy cudgel will disable him from using Chateaubriand, and Lamartinu devoted 4 ;:' ''

Florida's oldest pioneers: and a genius of way at the Southern Exposition in Louis- man is utterly unable, with all his skill and his teeth while extracting the hook.ll. .-W. one of his Meditations" to his praise. The ;

wholesale ville, a limn with sun-browned face and industry, even to approximate.It B., in Savannah News.A Revolution of 1830 forced him into exile,
enterprises, is about to build a IVe is delightful on a summer afternoon to ---- -- -- --- ____ though Charles X. had decided_ to abdicate .
warehouse, which will be a great benefit to wearing sombrero exclaimed : seenat'n't indulge in a ride upon the beautiful beach. new photographic is made by in his favor and had proclaimed him King
the people: and retail merchants.Mr. something we got in Texas, Your brows are fanned by the most invigorating paper with the title of Henry V. He lived for a
James D. George, enterprisingyoung call me a liar when I tell 'em I rode arounda breezesfresh from their dalliance with MM. Cros and A. VE'r eraud. To sensitizethe long time in the ancient Scotch palace of
an. it is steeped in a bath of 2 Holyrood in the city of Edinburgh. After
ten-acre lot on a railroad that was run the Atlantic. Your horse needs not the paper
merchant, is making ome improvements stimulus of whip or-spur, kbut speeds gaily grammes ammonium dichromate and 15 traveling extensively on the Continent he
benefit the looks of the steam or took his residence in 1843 in
which will on without an effort, amvyour whole being up Belgrave
Among the notable bridges in the world is appears to be soothed and tranquilized by grammes glucose in 100 centrimetres water Square, London where he held a sort of Le-
town.We I and dried. The developing solution is 1 gitimist court. In 1853 he is said to have
were all more than pleased to meet: the one at Langang, China. It crosses an your surroundings. ,
Just. back of the sand hills, that serve as gramme silver nitrate 10 grammes acetic made a compact with the Orleans princes,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jackson, who have been arm on the China Sea. This structure is settling the respective pretensions of the
: a barrier to the waves, stretches a fringe of acid, and 100 centrimetres water. The image I
spending some time in Virginia. They both some five miles long, and has not less than moss-curtained:: pines and live-oaks. Afar elder and younger branches of the Bour- 1

look so much improved that I envied them 300 arches. Over the pillar of each arch reclines off to the left looms up the pretty little is of a blood-red color when dried bons. During the second empire his political
island of Fort George, at the mouth of the quickly before the fire, of a deep brown if activity was limited to writing letters
made block of
lion of
Mrs. Jackson gained twenty a out a single
the trip. St. John's river. Here'and there fly laboriously dried exposed in the air in bright sunlight, from time to time to the leaders of his party a
pounds. Mr. Jackson is one among our marble, and yet 21 feet long. The roadwayof along flocks of awkward pelicans, and for circulation through the press. Thus in
by hydrogen sulphide.
largest merchants. this bridge is 70 feet wide. engaged in their usual occupations. Clumsy 1861 he declared himself in favor of the tem-
Treated with a bath of and potassium poral of the and said that he
copper power Pope,
these uncouth birds
Cotton has begun: to come in, and the Throughout Minnesota the 15th of Augustis as appear, they are
experts in the way of capturing their finny sulphites, an intense neutral black im- was ready to pay with his blood for the
merchants are receiving heavy stocks, and known as Prairie Chicken Day. In an- prey. Let a fish rise to the surface but for a i is obtained. triumph of a cause which is that of the

anticipate a line trade this fall. ticipation of the end of the season in which I moment to obtain a breath of air. and that age Church, of France, and of God himself." "
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The orange crop is very good this season. feathered game is protected by law, parties I fish is "gone" :sucker.: Closing its wings, To build a ship so that in case of accidentto At the breaking out of the Franco-Prussian ;
war put his chateau of Chambord at the -
has : of made in advance and the pelican drops like a cannon ball, disappearing -
Mr. W. B. Lipsey, horticulturist, just gunners are up ,
I beneath a cloud of from the bow the stern half can be instantaneously disposal of the Society for the Relief of the

finished an elegant building, and will ac- on August 15 they are in the regions where which it soon emerges, bearing spray in its beak separated from it, and can continuethe Wounded. After Sedan he issued from the

commodate a great many of his friends this the game is most plentiful. The shootingthis the glistening captive, to be packed away voyage securely and easily on its own Swiss frontier a proclamation in which he

fall. He has a splendid nursery, and the season is said to be unusually good.A with other victims in the capacious wallet promised to drive the Germans from France t
beneath the bird's beak. For the pelican account., is the latest contribution to the if the country would rally around him,
f surroundings to his place are beautiful. All veteran oysterman of Baltimore: says the real national Government whose basisis
consumes his food slowly and dines as if he safeguards against the dangers of the sea.
of this has been accomplished in the last that one of the principal causes of disasterto has an abundance of leisure. When his The idea is that of a German inventor andis right and whose principle is honor.:' .

five years. I the oyster yield is the practice of catching foraging sack i is welU-fill i,, he wends his Jamwry, 7, 1871, he issued protest addressed "e" '"
set forth with some detail in the Hamburg '
i to 'all the Governments of Europe
and the in the way to shore and then. in. some favorite
to attract bedding
We have inducements oysters spawningseason.
many nook, enjoys his well-earned repast, without Courier, which sees no reason why it should against the bombardment of Paris.
immigration. Our lands will compare with At the annual picnic of the Con- any fears or thoughts of the future. The not be entirely feasible. It would require After the fall of the Commune of Paris in

any in the State, the lakes are filled with necticut Oyster Growers AS80ciation a speaker more active and graceful gulls and ospreysare from the mode of the same year and the meeting of the As-
departures present
fish, and in the winter it is the hunter's said that a scow load of mud dumped on also numerous, and seek their daily sembly at Versailles, he issued (May 8)) a
vessels well from their inter-
broad amid the briny billows. building as as manifesto in which he asserted that, far
paradise.The an oyster bed would destroy over a thousand Along the water's edge run flocks of sand- nal arrangement and equipment; but the from aiming at absolute power, he only
Methodists are striving to build a dollars' worth of oysters. wished to work for the reorganization of r
while here and there I
pipers plovers, inventor asserts that, as a whole, a vesselso
church, as the old Union Church is so badly The new system of inspection of hogs scud the almost transparent forms of those I France. He was willing to submit the acts
constructed could<<1 be fully as seaworthyand
of the Government to the control of '
decayed that it is almost dangerous to have which ha begun in Chicago, with the view brave little warriors. the sand-crabs. Rolling repre-
, lazily along, just outside of the surf, are to swift as any built on the present plan, sentatives freely I elected. He admitted that
all the different of determining the existence of trichinae in "
services in it. As it requires the independency of the Papacy was dearto
be seen the black, glistening sides of the and would be twice as secure against disas-
denominations combined to make a the pork, is one good result of Germany's portly porpoises as they rise to the surfacefor ter. him, and that he was determined to guarantee "
congregation, the probability is that in this outcry and embargo. However exaggeratedthe a breath of fresh air while occasionallythe it effectively. He wanted no dictatorship -
but that of clemency', because in r
be Union Church American razor-like back fins of the voracious In La Revue Medicate Dr. Holmgren reports -
respect it will continue to foreign complaints against his hands only was clemency one with jus-
sharks, the freebooters of the sea: are to be
after it is built. hogs, the best way to remove them is to establish seen in the midst of a school of small fry, some observations made by him upon tice." This manifesto ended with the famous ,.

We are enjoying the benefit of a valuableand so stringent an examination here whose shining scales show like silver barsas the decapitation of two criminals. Three words, "The word depends on France ;;

long-needed discovery-"Rex Magnus," that there will be no ground for anxiety on they leap out of the water in all directionsin seconds after the stroke received by the first the time is with God." It raised: a violent ; rM
discussion, but did not increase the Count'sparty. -
frenzied effort to their relentless
introduced by Professor R. F. Humiston, of the other side of the ocean. a escape the eyes were widely open and the pupils .
enemy. Far off in the distance the white
Boston. This Rex :Magnus" is a boon to It is said that where a dollars! worth of sails of vessels, entering or leaving the har- contracted. In twenty seconds the pupils In July, 1871 he took for the first time ina

agriculturists. It is being used by every one goods pass the customhouses on the Niagara bors of Fernandina and Jacksonville, relieve began to dilate and the process continuedfor public proclamation the title of King. He x
took advantage of the repeal of the laws of
here. It will preserve beef, pork, fish, milk, river, $1,000 worth are smuggled, eitherone the while monotony the horizon"of the view is looking seaward two minutes. Twenty-five seconds after exile to revisit France, and it was hoped

butter and eggs, perfectly fresh and sweet, way or the other. From Canada are dimmed: by a lengthy pencil of smoke frequently from the decapitation the eyes turned upwardand that a fusion might be made between the

for a long period. It has been endorsed by smuggled butter spirituous liquors and some passing steamer. The entire scene is to the right. In forty-four seconds two branches of the House of Bourbon.

Professor Samuel W. Johnson, of Yale Col- silks ; in return for which the Americans full of interest, and the exhilarating influence there were twitchings of the muscles of the The manifesto issued by the Count de Cham- it
bord, soon afterward, bitterly disappointedthe
lege, after a severe test. I kept a chunk of smuggle into Canada cheap jewelry, kerosene nerve and of muscle the sea-breeze of the system.is felt in every neck, followed by violent contractions. The expectation of his party. He declared

beef fresh for ten days in a washstand drawer. and innumerable products of Yankee The Strathmore Hotel is situated two mouth was drawn downward and, with the himself willing to grant universal suffrage '

It destroys all impurities, and nothing ingenuity cheaper here than there. The. miles from Fernandina. directly on the tongue, deviated to the left. Some seconds and constitutional government with two

should be eaten without having first been smuggling is done at night in rowboats. It beach, and so near the water.that at a very later the mouth closed slowly. "Rhythmic Chambers, but unable to admit Revolution the legiti-
of the conquests of the ,
high tide the breakers almost wash the macy
treated with it. Meats, game and milk can is said that it would require at least fifty front steps. It is an imposing edifice in appearance movements" of the facial muscles followed, a revolt of a minority against the wishes

be shipped at any time. One pound pack- night watchmen on the Niagara river to with wide piazzas running the en- and complete repose ensued only at one of the country." He could not allow the ;

ages can be had for 50 cents and $1 from prevent this traffic. Next to the Niagara as tire length front and rear, and capable of minute and forty-five seconds after execu- standard of Henry IV., of Francis I., and of"
Joan of Arc to be wrested from his hands.
the State agent here, or from the Humiston a field for smugglers comes the Detroit river. accommodating Mine host Captain sixty W. H.or Clay seventy, formerly guests.of tion. No movements were observed in the Henry V. cannot give up the white flag of '_ "

Food Preservative Company,72 Kilby street, Extensive forest fires have been ragingnear the Gulf House, Thomasvillc, and Barlow body. The second presented similar appear- Henry IV." At the same time he went 3.

Boston, Mass. Every one should test this Bar Harbor. On a recent afternoonthe House, Americus. with his amiable and ances, but the criminal kept his eyes wide back to exile so that his presence should not

new discovery. The manufactory of this wind blew the flames down the moun- agreeable wife, are the presiding genii of the open while his head was on the block, and be made the pretext for agitation. He now his
visited Geneva, Lucerne Antwerp ;
establishment in their -
preservative is made up of a capital of $6- tain side toward the hotel, and for a time it to provide, and for are the untiring welfare and enter-efforts did not wink when the blow was struck. presence in Belgium was offensive to the

000,000 J. S. McDoNELL. looked as though a slight change in the direction tainment of their constant succession of vis Notwithstanding the movements described, Liberals, and he withdrew to Frohsdorf.

of the wind would be sufficient to itors. The register shows the names of par- the Doctor concludes that sensation is instantly August 5, 1873. the long delayed fusion be- '4
tween the two branches of the Bourbonswas
NEWS NOTES. ties from all of the State, a
the visitors to make hur- very arrested. ;
cause summer a large percentage being Jacksonville. It finally effected, the Count de Paris ac- ,,

ried change quarters. A tract of lowland is a favorite resort for children, and it was knowledging the Count de Chambord as
Maryland will, on the' 6th of Novembernext three miles by five in extent was burnedover. pleasant to observe how beautifully the little Post-Office Notice. the head of the royal family. The Count '

elect a full House of Delegates and half Not far away a hundred men were creatures fraternized.The Office Hours-Flora 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 p. M. de Chambord still refused to make ancon-
cession, and it became evident that an-y substantial
her State Senate. the flames all days are passed in bathing, fishing, hours 10:30 to 11:30
fighting night. Many visitors promenading. and in the collection of shells Sunday A. M. A. M. union of the monarchists was impossible -

Over thirty million feet of lumber were ascended the mountain in the evening to and sea-grapes, and the evenings are devotedto Money Orders and Registered Letters from during his life.

destroyed by fire Williamsport, Pa., last obtain better views of the blazing tract be- music, dancing, cards and various amuse- 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. M. Maria The Theresa Count de, eldest Chambord daughter married of the in Duke 1846 '

Monday. Loss, $600,000.The low. The attraction was something novelin ments.Matters at the Strathmore wear a very so- to 4:00 P. M. of Modena. The marriage was childless.

the way of summer resort inducements. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
Northern Pacific Railroad will be ciable, home-like appearance. The inmates

completed on the 8th inst. This is the third The Sanitary Committee of the Philadelphia dress to suit their own ideas of comfort and Northern Matt (Daily except Sunday-) You've got a new hat, I see," said one

line of railroad communication across the Board of Health has appropriatedmoney convenience, and are not trammeled by the Arrives................. 5:50 P. M. and 6:05: p. M. man to another who was noted for his love

for building a crematory in whichto arbitrary dictates of fashion. Bathing'is indulged Closes.................... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30 A. M. of the flowing bowl. Yes, (hie) got a new t
American continent.The in at all periods of the day and stagesof Railroad- (hie) hat ; but it's got the (hic) same old ,
burn infected clothing. A physician Transit & Peninsular
the tide the beach "
matches long, gently sloping brick in it. -Somerville Journal.
abolition of the stamp duty on writes to a newspaper of that city that if the insuring almost absolute safety against acci- Arrives....................................... 5:50 p. M. k

has caused a decline in price of thirty- retort can be so constructed as to allow the dents. There is but little under-tow, except Closes...................................._... 7:30: A. M.

three per cent. in the higher grades of" par clothing to be burned without the escape of when one ventures beyond .bis depth. The Jacksonville, South and West Florida- List of Letters

lors," and of fully fifty per cent in the smoke from such the costumes of the bathers are as diversified as Arrives._............... 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. M. Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandir
burning, object faces of the blue scarlet
common "sulphurs." any owners, and yel- Closes .................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:30 p. M. na, Nassau county, Florida, Aug. 31, 1883.
may be attained, but if any of the smoke low, gray and other dresses,.mingle in startling Arrives Sunday..... 10:25 A. M. for these letters must

Cottonwood lumber is said to be admirably from the infected clothing escape, it will contrast. Peals of gay laughter are Closed Sunday........ 4:00 p. M. Persons calling say
heard when a huge breakerrolls' unexpect- advertised:
adapted for the manufacture of cases for carry with it the germs of infection, and the tossing them St. Mary's and King's Ferry Jail-
upon merry group Mrs. Mary Parker Howell, A.
packing dry goods. Millions of feet of this will be almost effectual method of spread- about like feathers and enveloping them ina Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at2:30P.M. Bround, Thomas Pratt, Dr. Edwin

species of tree are converted into boxes ing contagion. He says that an old house seething cauldron of waters. Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. Bonington, Thomas Reed, JaneRobinson

every year in Ohio. As it readily imbibes was burned down to get rid of small-pox Near the Strathmore stands the Pavilion, St. Mary's and Dungeness Dorsie, Grace Samuel S. 'j
I a light, pretty structure, erected by the town
moisture, and therefore swells, it is not well I contagion, and that a large number of cases people, containing thirty bathing closets, Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A.)I. Jones, Frank M Smith, Mrs. Bettie
Stone Gen C. E.
and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. Jackson, Willie :
suited for house-building small in that of and a large central for picnic, skatingand
purposes. of pox: were developed part room Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A.M. Lucas, Henry Tarler, M. J.

The present season on the sea islands the town over which the smoke was blown.In dancing purposes. Here they gather at Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Lunday, Frank Wilson, Mrs. W. R.
for the
early morn and dewy eve refreshingbath :
has been very unfavorable to the cotton no other part of the town did the conta- and social purposes. The people of Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M. Moseley, Capt. A.

Planters," says the Charleston News and; Cou- gion spread. Fernandina have very inadequate concep- SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M. SAM'i. T. RIDDELL, P.-M. :j








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a I : ,.:".. :I. ...-';.; I A FLORIDA .J l.ADRIG.'L,., the fashion of some ten years ago and rip- I it lay St. Bride's Haven, with a tiny fleet of to a landing, from which one door opened.The :I ing greatly, departed' to dress as the<< first
''" J.. *. pling across a low white forehead; long red-sailed fishing vessels dancing on the key turned easily in the lock, and she I dinner-bell was clanging noisily from the
SM ,;::: \ ?'S 'Tis the song of a Seminole maiden,. eyes of a bright blue, with half closed, waters just outside, ,and Lynette's graceful flung open the door of silent, moldy-smell turret above.
,,': If'; ;, I On the banks of the Hatchenaha, heavy white eyelids, a small mouth, with rival, the.Preciosa,moored alongside a little ing chamber, lighted by a stream of dusty She wondered more at dinner ; Lynette
/". Li' .- .,;,: Awaiting her lover, game laden full, red lips, and a soft round chin, with a rocky pier, from which a flight of rough sunlight pouring in through an uncleaned sat between Mark and the eminent- R. A.,
.. ;, j.! i I t, Who has gone to the Istokpoga : dimple like a baby's."Did steps climbed up the face of thN cliff to the lattice window. talking, laughing, and looking prettier than
: I j' YOU think I should be sensitive castle. One horn of the little bay was There was not much for it to shine on. A her sister had ever imagined possible. John
.i. ;"' I "Oh, why lost thou say, Tustenugee about Mark's first wife?" Lola asked, formed by a low headland, on which stoodSt. tall and gaunt bedstead, stripped of hangings was unusually silent and once when the
',' !. .. : M)lover from far Hick P ochee? amusedly. "I had forgotten that she ever Bride's Church, long ago disused, but and bedding, an empty wardrobe with north rooms were mentioned, shot a questioning -
II:,,} f.'.. ; :.: I And hast thou no fear of Miccolugee, existed, for the'moment." containing the burying-places of most of half-shut drawers: a toilet table, the glass glance at her sister: unnoticed by
: :'1i:;' ; > : Thy; rival from Withlacoochee ? Lynette frowned incredulously. the old families around. The air blew fre hand dim with a veil of dust, and a green mass his wife, and received with serene incom-
: .. .: ,,' "I should hate the sight of her. Why do keen as Lynette's ponies trotted up the that once had been a candle end in one of prehension by Mrs. Featherstone.
/"; t i!i ,..,. 44 Or others who gather around me you keep that portrait there, Lola?" ascent that curved round the hill, giving the sockets.: That was all, except a print of Lynette was silent and moody in the
:'f'.; ; Dusky heroes of chase and of war? Because I much better views of the John's
[ > : am so looking, constantly changing mighty college over the mantel-piece. Noth- drawing room alone with her sister.
/I' :. >: ..:. 0, my love, hasten up the Kissimmee, my dear-better in every way, and it servesto walls and towers above. Finally, it led direct ing alarming, and yet Lynette felt scared I Lola," she asked suddenly, *l tell me
o ?:,r' t '. 1 And together we'llvander afar remind Mark of the fact. I like to keep to the obnoxious south front, with its and uncomfortable.: She made a pretense to about L'l.dyIildred.. You promised you
...-;. < :'. II' We'll to the Pithlachestcoatee her there in perpetual comparison with me pillared portico and terrace. Lynette eyed herself of being busy: lifted daintily her would once."
... ;i.. .. .a Seek hammocks go on fair Waccasassa, -to her disadvantage." Lola sat uprightand the range of windows all of a size and one- pretty gown from contact with the floor, "It's not an edifying story, dear. She
;;.: :< i: ',' :"'.:. Ascend to its head Chattahoochee, spoke quite animatedly-for her. third blank, with their striped blinds, and and paced the room carefully. "Fifteenfeet married Mark for his money. She told him
..:, i.. ;' .....' ., Land on Sanibel, off Punta Rassa ; When Mark and I first came home here the geraniums in the vases, that decorated I ; a very good length. We might makeit so afterward, and made herself as uncom-
f" .; I I he asked me to rearrange everything as I the terrace balustrade with high dis to open on the north corridor, I should fortable a wife as a man could have ; fast,
:: .. .: '.''j a ; ".Float swiftly down Caloosahatchie wished, and I saw him glance at the por- favor. think. Now for the width." extravagant. bad-tempered. She had a sort
.' r t ;. ,'. I i Escaping from Okeechobee trait. I knew what he meant, and said directly "Isn't hideously cockney ? Think of :The room was paneled in a pinky gray, of way with her that men admired, and she
'': !: :. + :. t t" I To the land of Halpatahtchie, that I should prefer to leave Lady having to live a day longer than one can with brown moldings. The panels were of gave out that Mark was very hard on her. I
1,, t., ; : '. ; : And prairies of salt Manatee; Mildred there. It would stop unkind help in a place like that Only fit for all shapes and sizes, so she was hardly sur- believe she flirted to the verge of impropriety -
,r \. .j .' t tj tongues, I said, if that was still kept in the kitchens and servants' rooms." prised, after pacing across from the door by but did manage to stop there; at least,
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j '.: ;. 1! Dream dreams on Tahopekaliga, place of honor. Mark thought I was an an- You are very comfortably lodged there, which she had entered, to find herself in there never was any actual scandal againsther
t '," Sing songs upon old Suwanee, gel, of course, and agreed. If I fancied he I think," said Lola ; "and I believe the Ca- front of a second. The light streamed till she died.'*
I + Skim the surface of Woyohokalpa, still loved her I would burn it this minute : ringhams made the ,rooms look very hand- through its keyhole and caught her atten- "Then there was story ?'demanded Ly
,t : Tuskawilla, and Okeehumkee. but as he detests her memory as cordiallyas some ; but of course we never saw the placein tion. She stood irresolute for a moment, nette, her face concealed by her fan.
.' \ \ I can wish-keep your place, Lady Mildred their time.'" and then tried one of the two remaining Only suppositions at most. Mark was
:. : 1 r\ I Wakulla, Wekiva, Homosassa, What did they do to be sent to Cov- keys, a small steel one, that. looked as if it in Paris when the old butler wrote to himto
'.. i 1 Cheshowiska, and Ocklawaha, And Lola waved a salute that was half a entry by every one,)!" Lynette asked, care- belonged to a patent lock ; the third key wasa come back at once. He did so, and found
i The famous Lake Ichebucksassa, menace to her pictured rival, and laughed a lessly. tiny gold or gilded toy. The door creaked her ill with what proved to be typhus fever.
.! '" ,"' ;.. And yellow Apalachicola ; low little laugh ; then, sinking back with Everything," replied Lola, emphatically."The stiffly and ominously, Lynette thought.She He nursed her, let no one go near her but
II.. : her usual lazy grace, demanded, "Some men were disreputable, but the woman might as well go on, however. It was the London nurse besides herself. She dieda
a ,t. ; ; r From Okeefinoke to Ocklocknee, more tea ; not quite so sweet, please; dear." were worse, and Lady Mildred wantedto only a large, light closet: after all. Just big week after, quite unconscious. She said
t r. (. -- r From Tallahassee down to the sea, : Lynette was quite accustomed to her sis cultivate them Fancy Mark's feelings enough to hold a chair and a table, over queer things in her delirium, and Ser-
j : \. '' .:- Away from all scenes that might thee, ter's sudden outbursts-of passion, mirth, I'm glad he never gave in to her" which hung a portrait. Ah vants have ears and will talk ; besides, the
'4) I We'll float o'er smooth Apalachee; or devotion, as the case might be-and A and written before
Lynette dropped the subject. Her thoughtswere portrait, evidently an enlarged butler's letter was her illnesswas
... poured the tea. out carefully with her ears evidently preoccupied, and disagree- tinted photograph of a beautiful smiling known. Her trunks were all packed,
By the Tsala we'll]]
', ,+ I !! Hie to haunts Apopka of the sweet roam, on the alert the while to distinguish and ably so. Lola good-naturedly did her lan- woman in a fantastic dress, looking straightat her maid did not know why, and a letter or
P alligator; identify a confused sound of voices andhorse's best divert Lynette with bold triumphant to the house for her that Mark
: guid to her, but in vain. She eyes ; two came
I*., In the southland well}] find home
i us a : feet without. A ring at the bell-an that she knew too well child read and burned the He is
suggested walk. ,
? ; a Lynette was tired. That eyes poor ; on spot. very
:, t. Breathe the breath of the torrid
{, :. equator. opening door-a heavy foot, followed by alight they. should pay some calls after luncheon. the eyes of Lady Mildred. She sat shiveringand unforgiving, is Mark. He would not let her
::. : ; t.: r 11 But, absorbed by the love of Wyomi, one, on the stairs, and the portiere Lynette didn't care to go without John. bewildered in the dusty velvet chair, be buried with his people in Featherstone
i.P i'. }t Sleek Iche, and fat Pemmiwa raised and admitted big, burly Mark Feath Finally, heroically subduing her own feel- looking at them in return with a face of pit- Church, but at midnight she was carried
I .: I. I'. ; He heeded not fair Miccosouki!, erstone, followed by a tall, dark, bright- ings, she expressed'a desire to see how the eous inquiry. The table underneath helda out to the vault in St. Bride's with no one
',V.. :'. i j II I Nor again came to Hatchenaha. eyed youth, John Langdon Orme. restorations were going on. Lynette bright- vase, and a large casket: of gold and enam- but Mark to follow her."
.P ./ ,, I I. Mark bent over his wife in her downy ened for a moment. el of exquisite foreign workmanship.Still Lynette looked gloomily across the bay
I/* *"'" "1' basket nest.: Lynette sprang forward into The Banqueting Hall will be done next looking into the cruel blue eyes of to the headland dark against the moonlit
:': ,', )i "";. TIlE BLUE CHAMBER AT ORMESCLIPFE. the embrace of two rough blue pilot-cloth week, as far as we mean to go. The pic- her rival, Lynette rose and mechanically .I sea, where the ruined church still stood-a
::,: q' ::1 coated arms, and pretty Lady Mildred looked tures are home again, ready to go up, and fitting the tiny gold key into the lock, landmark for the fishermen. "Who was
1'\ f h down on them all from lier canvas with we have nearly decided on the fireshovel.The turned it, and raised the lid. A strong, rich he?" she asked presently in a dry, cracked
'.!' : ; J 'Two pretty women sat talking by firelight her languishing blue eyes, a world of cyni- designs for the poker and tongs came perfume still hung about the quilted satin voice.
11/'t' d i !!. one autumn evening.A cal meaning in the eternal simper of. her yesterday. So much depends on detail," lining; within were some few letters tied Some young fellow with lots of money
..f;' ... tea-table, splendid with old crown Der- painted lips. Lynette sighed, "and John's idea was to get with a blue ribbon. Lynette touched them younger than herself. I only know from
IT-, "> by, and a satin cozy embroidered to match the fire-place complete first, as it is a feature with aversion, and dropped them as her chance gossip. No one ever heard the whole
I.>' '4'J 1 cocked on top of the old silver tea-pot, stood Mr. and Mrs. Langdon Orme were at and a necessary. Chairs and tables can eyes caught some of the words, scrawled in story."
', t .. between them, and the third volume of them home. The flag floating from the keep of wait-besides, I'm tired of it all !" an untidy, school-girl hand on the most Good night, Lola" and Lynette sprangup
f\ .. ",.; : last popular novel lay on the wolf-skin rug Ormescliffe Castle proclaimed the fact to a Lola raised her eyebrows: slightly. gorgeous of note-paper. A long, soft lock !hurriedly. "Ask them to excuse me.
'j just where Lynette had dropped it, when gratified county. During John's long minority I'm longing to get to our own part, of red-brown hair lay beneath them and a My head is aching miserably, and lr.Iur
"'''1' even her bright eyes could read no longer. the place had been let to an unpop- where we are to live. Nearly everything is tiny velvet shoe. gatroyd will want to play billiards half the
'Ii.1 It '' f She was a slim, fair-faced girl, with outlines ular, disreputable family, whose departurewas settled, and John and I were to have gone She looked no further, but, closing the lid night." Lola kissed her fondly, and saw
r' ': Pi l ''I'. i a thought too sharp for prettiness, alert and viewed with much content, giving placeas over the last few rooms to-day with Mr.Mur- with a bang, flung herself on the floor, cry- her depart with dire misgivings."I .
:' ":: sensitive to the finger tips. Her keen, they did to a bright, genial young couple, gatroyd's pupil, Mr. Bell, who is down here, ing angrily, miserably, hopelessly. The :sun: must speak to John before I sleep."
i : If ',,...:....\ bright face took a dozen varying shades of with light hearts and a pocketful of moneyto so that everything might be settled this got round to her window, and passed it be- Lynette was saving to herself. He sus-
:; c(: t: f expression while she spoke as many words; spend between them. They soon hit on week, and now this horrid yacht comes in fore she could check the storm of jealous pects something ; I know his face so well.
tJ "' : : her hair waved crisply: her eyes were gray, a very promising way of ridding themselvesof : the way and wastes two days." Lynette despair that possessed her. She raised herself He has seen the keys. Oh, I must hear the
x,;"f i, dilating and deepening with the intensity a portion of their burden of riches. pushed her plate from her impatiently. "I at last all tear-stained and soiled, and full truth now, but it will kill me,"' she
i t r; I.: ,;: :1 of her meaning. She was kneeling on the Ormescliffe Castle was a very handsome and offered to go over them myself, but John looked at her pretty slender hand with four sobbed.
}.,:J r ; f; rug tormenting the big burning log in the imposing structure, once a stronghold of wouldn't hear of it; declared I must not. cruel little wounds: where she had bitten it She had dismissed her maid, and, wrappedin
';: i L; ... : ;f grate with a toy brass poker, and watching some importance, then a priory, and lastly: They are the rooms he had when he came to prevent herself shrieking or going into her dressing-gown, sat trembling in the
''': I t, ', : I the blue flames and red sparks come and goI'r' the residence of a fine old English gentleman home from collegeand the Carringhams left, : hysterics. moonlight awaiting John's coming. She
:: ;' .' t t: i) while she talked. Her sister listened behind with a taste for classic architecture and and he says he won't let Mr. Bell overhaulthe 'I' "What will John say ?" she thought. heard him stirring softly, she fancied, in his
; \ > ; her peacock fan, calmly and reasonably, as Italian gardens. There was a magnificent place without him." "John ? I can never see him again. I dressing-room,but he never came. Midnightcame
'1'\21 '''r' ,. j. I was her wont. opening for artistic restoration, the only difficulty *' Never mind ; let us see the great hall," would die sooner." and passed. One clanged from the
:fi' c : :: j "No marriage can ever be happy," declared being where to begin. By way of a said peace-making Lola ; "John must have She was not to be allowed the choice, clock tower, then two. Lynette started
,,!i .i'; l Lynette, in her thin, musical childish practical commencement, they have turnedan some good reason." however, and rose weary and spent with from an uneasy doze. Her room was in
/'; '.k ;;" .' !, I voice, without perfect love and eminent London architect (Murgatroyd, He says the staircase is unsafe ; but I passion. Lady Mildred's cruel eyes followed\ darkness, the house sunk in tomb-like still-
ti t i, : trust.," R. A., a recognized authority on mediaevalart don't believe it," Lynette answered rebel- her to the door. She locked it,and then the ness. Where was John ? She listened at
ff. '" .' :',. that before," remarked Mrs. Featherstone sort of apartment suited for a coronationor and followed her silently from the inhabited made her way down the dusky stairs. I emptiness. No trace of him, except that
:fit : ft' in full contralto.: Besides never disputed an agricultural show hardly for the south front to the central part of the build- Her dress caught somehow, her foot slipped, from his window she could see across thereat
::1; t: the statement, did I ?" daily needs of an English gentleman'shousehold ing, where a noise of hammering and saw- and she fell heavily forward against the rot- black mass of building a glimmeringlight.
1>1\\" .;.;:::'. Why, Lola didn't you say that a wife ing, of workmen's tramping feet and gruff ting banister. It cracked under her weight, It shone from the blue chamber} in
'::1: ; .... had a right to a man's: present and future, "I'm afraid it will take all our lives and voices indicated the scene of the restora- gave way, and fell crashing down some the deserted north tower. She was too
.! y.;" ,' ( but his past: was his own ?" all our money before it can be finished," tions. Lynette opened a door, and they thirty feet into the darkness, while she crushed and hopeless to weep again. She
.i \- 1.._, j "Something of the kind,'* Lola admitted John admitted. "In fact, Lynette thinkswe found themselves in a great vaulted space saved herself by a sudden jerk and grasp at could only give a faint protesting little
.-f, )' i.\ ; t ( I also said that it was a queer way of displaying had better stop and begin with the rooms big enough for a cathedral, where the work- a sounder part of the rail. She was not moan, and sink into her chair and sleep.
: ';,'" j your: perfect trust in a man to insist we really want at once. Lynette is alwaysso men looked like so many bees as they to be taken at her rash word, and sick Such sleep More painful and wearyingthan
) : '.' in on knowing all his secrets." practical and prudent." swarmed on high scaffoldings, toiled with and. giddy she crept down the rest of hours of watching. Such dreams !
L.:':,;', 1'' Trust me not at all or all in all," quoted Lola was accustomed to being the recip- their loads up and down tall ladders, or the stairs. A splinter of wood had torn playing with her great misery as with a toy,
: Lynette, emphatically. ient of similar! remarks from one or the clung about the clustered capitals of the pil- her hand, though she did not notice it, and showing it to her now in one light, now in
:".J t And a nice position Merlin got into by other of the devoted young couple, so she lars. The fire-place, in which an ox might the blood dropped on her gown and the another ; now as a jest, now as a dread
k > !' acting; on the advice," commented Lola. merely signified assent, and he set off almost have been roasted whole, was indeeda handkerchief that held the keys when she formless overshadowing horror. She was
Lynette shrugged her shoulders, and gave again. feature, and seated in its cavernous depths, stooped to pick it up. She sped on to the laughing crying, dancing dressing; going "
m the log a furious blow sending sparks in She looked so handsome, too, last night, carefully copying a piece of old iron-work, inhabited part of the house. hoping to gain through scene after scene, fantastic or com
; i showers about. Lola meditatively stroked didn't she? Not a woman to compare with was: a young man' in a dusty velvet coat, her room unobserved. monplace, but always alone There was no
;; ., L f i the soft plush' of her tea-gown with her : her. Old Lord Bilberry said so. The best with disheveled hair. He rose and came "Lynette? Where are you?" she heard John in the world ; and she woke with a
'dimpled, white hand, glancing approvingly dancer, and out-and-out the prettiest wo forward as they entered. Lola ,: at the sparkle of the gems that encrusted it, man. I heard him-I beg your pardon, May I ask: has Mr. Orme decided about Lvnette !I"'Lynette shoulder and his arm round her waist.
?' ; and then spoke with authority from the Lola, of course you were there, but you those rooms?'' rushed to replace the keys in the Oh! John, my John, what do I care if
( .1:: depths. of her basket-chair. know Lynette is younger, and-and" John's .Not yet," answered Lynette, hesitat- bureau, then to her room, where she came you have had a hundred I..ally1i1drels for
'I' My dear child, it was a wise woman whoP sentence trailed off lamely, but Lola was no ingly. ,, full upon astonished Lola in search of her. ,. your first loves, if you will but keep me as
t ; said : Never insist on being your husband's whit discomforted. I have just had: a telegram from Mr. No wonder Lola opened her fine eyes. your last."
l ;1t first love ; be content if you are sure of being Lord Bilberry is an old noodle, and as Murgatroyd. He hopes.to get down hereto- Lynette's pretty blue gown was smirchedand *. Why, you are dreaming, my poor. little
) t his Jast.' blind as you are John. Lady Muriel Banks: : night, and I should have liked to be in read- blood-spotted, her hair dusty and disheveled darling:" said John, laughing ; aIHl no
j i "I would never set eyes on John again if and I are both better looking than Lynette, iness for him" said the young fellow witha her cheeks were flushed and tear- wonder I thought you were in bed hours
s JL,> I were not perfectly certain of being the one and I was immeasurably the best dressed of dissatisfied air.'-. streaked. But Lola had the gift of accepting ago, when I listened at the door, and found
.f and the other! Lynette replied, her color the three. It would have been a want of I will see what I can do," replied Lyn- a situation without needless comment, all still and dark."
rising and her eyes darkening. Our lives: proper feeling on your part to have noticedit ette hurriedly. Do you mind coming back, and when Lynette gasped, "John coming.Oh i Lynette roused herself: to look at him by
''j arc to be one. with one opinion, one ideal, thou h." Lola.1 Lola did ,not object. "Send Mrs. help me !1"' instead of exclaiming or I the gray light of the morning. He was in
i ( I'P one set of tastes and feelings" John looked unconvinced. He went on : Wygram to me," Lynette said to a servant ringing for the maid she tore off the soiled a rough yachting suit, his shoulders were
v: t "Whose? Yours or his? And how "I came" to ask you a great favor. I am they passed on their way back to the pretty gown and thrust it out of sight, poured out dusty, ami his hand smoked and grimy.
a I about yachtings?" interposed rs. Feather- obliged to go up to town to-day. A man morning-room. a basinful: of cold water with a dash of eau- I've had a dirty job to do." he said, apolo
:'4 stone has a schooner yacht to sell, and perhaps A sedate, motherly. woman in black :silk de-cologne in it, and brushed and knotted getically, "and it had to be finished to-
I Lola! When you know I have ordered Lynette may like it better than the Preciosa. appeared. up the fleece of light hair that fell over her night. I never thought; I should be so long
three yachting suits for my trousseau-a Won't you go to Ormescliffe and keep her I want the keys of the North Tower, sister's shoulders, then placed herself: coolly about it, though. I say, Lynette, I'm awfully -
I ii blue, and a white, and Galatea Of course company ? I wanted her to come here, but 1rs.Y'gram.." at the window to report events. hungry, and I don't know how to get
K S ;'1 I shall try to go( with him. I can but she wouldn't, and I can't bear to think of "Yes, madame ; I will bring them directly made John out with a field-glass com any breakfast except by going down to the
1'>' it be wretched ; but if he's pleased it's all her all alone up there." ; all but the key of the Blue lloom.as ing down the hill from the station," she yacht for it." .
t. % t! right.. "Very well," agreed Mrs. Featherstone ; we used to call it.Ir.. Orme keeps that said, and Mark's dog-cart on the Feather- i "Do," cried Lynette. and take me. I
\' Yon are a good little thing, Lynette," but when am I to go, and how long am I himself." stonehope road. Yes ; there's John comingout shan't sleep any more this morning."
: said her sister, atTectionately ; but you to stay ?" "Ah, then, I can get it ; I shall not want of the shrubbery ; he i is taking the short John departed to "clean himself," while
t !i see agreement on everpoint is physically "I haven't told her, lest she should build the rest." cn t.." Lynette hurried into a blue serge dress and
W't. i ;!1 I impossible. I wish you: would admit the upon it and be disappointed ; but I mean to "I do hope, madame, you will excuse Lynette finished bathing her face, and was ready as soon as he was. They stole
-I: principle in all things. It would save a try and get back to dinner. Don't tell her me-but you won't. think of going there looked up wildly. What can I do? What out of their rooms and down the corridor to
,, world of disappointment dispersed illu- so, for I might not manage it. If not, I'll yourself?" will he say ?" the forbidden region. Lynette shudderedas
t lions" come by the early train to-morrow." Why not?" asked Lynette, imperiously. "You had better dress for dinner at they came upon the staircase with its
w Lynette's eyes grew dewy and her lip Lola's eyes gleamed with lazy amusement. Mr/Orme's orders were imperative thatno once" said Lola, calmly. Let meget your broken rail. A rush of cold air and gray
't i I clui i\i ere Let me keep my illusions while I can, she said.h Must you go now? Good-bye." aren't safe, indeed, madame." while you do your hair up properly. Johnis the head of John's factotum the steward of
',{ then. You and Mark may have your views She watched him ride away down the "I shall do as I think fit," was all the re- coming over the field nbw, and some one the Preciosa, was seen ascending: to their
'i }' of married happiness. John and I would long beach avenue, made some neccessary ply vouchsafed to .Mrs. Wygram, who with- after him." level.
rather come to grief in striving after a high arrangements for her day and night's ab- drew, looking unutterable things.: "Oh, who is it? and where is Mark ? lIe I've brought the boat round, sir."
ideal than sneak through life contented sence from home, wrote a line to Mark, bid- Don't be a goose, Lynette," began Lolato ought to overtake John." .* Got the cord and weights?'*
,' ; with having realized a low one." ding him join her at Ormescliffe, and was empty air, for Lynette had fled. Up the "I can't see. A flock of sheep on the Here, sir."
4 t Lola was silent. She had never conscious- dressing for her drive there, when she behelda stairs, through her own room to John's road are raising such a cloud of dust Ah "All right. Wait here till I call you.
b# ly formed any ideal, and wouldn't have distressed pair of pretty chestnut ponies trotting dressing-room ran the naughty girl. There there is the dog-cart ; John will be here Will you come with me for a minute or
,. herself b)' striving after it if she had briskly up to the house driven by a slight stood John's mighty old-fashioned bureau, first, though." I two, dear? The stair is quite safe close to
on any consideration. She had a beautiful, blue figure in rather reckless fashion. Two with its drawers and pigeon holes and slid- "Oh, look again, Lola, do Is no one the wall.
well-ordered: home, a pretty little )' '\r-old minutes later Lynette tripped in. ing panels. Lynette had the keys! of them else coming?" said Lynette, clasping her He helped her up, testing carefully each
baby son, a kind, considerate husband, and Coming to me, were you ? That's very alf. Her courage cooled as she peeped and amber necklace in frantic haste. step with his own full weight before he let
was'the handsomest woman in the county. kind of you, but John might have knownhis pried, first in one place and then in another, '. Yes; the other man, Mr. Murgatroyd. I her venture on it.
," How could her life be possibly improved wish is law to me, and that, of course, I and :she was just prepared to -give up her know his buff overcoat. He will soon be Did you know I had been here before
on ? should come here, as he suggested it." disobedient project when 'she came upon up to John. Let me put your roses on for John ?" she took courage to say.
"I beg ,'our pardon, Lola !" broke out Whatever you both like best," said Lola, the key. It was, a big rusty affair, labeled you. What an exquisite Marshal Niel !I" "I guessed it ; look here." And he opened
Lyn'tte,1Iiinpulsively.. *'I didn't mean- serenely submitting, as usual, to be the and wrapped in one'of John's silk handkerchiefs "There, there Tell me where they are his hand, showing the tiny gold key. '' I
t that is, I didn't think-I oughtn't to have shuttlecock of impulsive young coupje's' with two smaller ones. She seized the now." found this all messed with blood, where
said so to you. What a blundering egotistical arrangements. bundle and ran without giving herself timeto Just at the door, all together." you had dropped it, and that told the
wretch I am !t"' Well, as you are ready, come along, and think. Back across the broad landing she "Lynette Lynette !" sounded through story."
Lola's great brown eyes opened wide in I'll drive you," Lynette decided, and they sped, down a long dark corridor, through a the hall in John's cheery tenor. Were you angry?*'
utter bewilderment ; then, following Lynette's started. Lynette had certainly improvedwith locked door of an unused room, and so "Run down, dear if you wish to meet "Angry"? My darling As if I had room
glance across the room, became enlightened marriage, grown rounder and softer in through a boarded opening into the dilapi- him before Mark and Mr. Murgatrovd come in my heart for anything but thankfulnessthat
and half closed their curlyfringedlids outline, placider in manner and gentler in dated central pile. She was in a sort of gal- in." you were saved to me." And hestoppedto
in perfect indifference. A half length speech. But to-day there was a ruffled lookon lery, giving glimpses of the sea through "But I don't!" cried Lynette, desper- give her a mighty hug.
portrait hung on the wall facing the fire. A her face and a sharp tone in her voice arched openings: ending in the spiral stair- ately. The Blue Room door stood open. A tremendous -
portrait a pretty woman of a certain or- that made Lola look at her once or twice case of the North Tower. She paused for a There was a sound of many voices and litter was on the hearth ; black- I
der of prettiness, the sort that curiously! during the drive in mild interrogation. moment before ascending to look askance greetings in the hall below, and Lynette ened scraps of paper, pieces of broken glass
t# enough is never admitted by other women, Featherstonehope lay in a wooded valley, down the deep gloomy shaft which ended, swept down the staircase to meet her hus- and a particularly evil smell was in the air.
however attractive men may find it. Ruddy sunny and sheltered: Ormescliffe Castle on she knew, in a door opening on the face ofa band with the decorum made obligatory by Lynette turned pale and sat. down on the i
brown hair, coiled .high upon the head after the hill above it, looking seaward. Beneath cliff many feet below ; then lightly ran up the presence: of others, while Lola, wonder first chair, and John cleared his throat, and I

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You see, dear-I ought to tell you everything after much searching could not be found. day. Agriculture also required implementsto '. ESTA..DLISIIED 4 : 1S7U.
you know. It's.a nasty story-I Presently my boy ran up with tears in his clear and stir the ground and to gather ', ." ,., ,-, ? : '

didn't care to bother you with it before I eyes, declaring that his three pet rabbits the crops with, and these. implements, we .';"..'.:.".."; t i'..,.. ,.,:j... ,,". .'...".. ,,.._,.i.J. ," .'-; --
; could help, but Murgairoyd's coming, you were all dead; and true enough they were know, were the result of a long series of discoveries ""J. ; .; DRUGS MEDICINES
see." Here John ran aground. so, and quite rigid. Coiled up in the hutch improvements and advances. '. ..;':;o );- t {.....1t.' ;.. ; 'i' :.t. .
"About Lady Mildred?" suggested Ly- was the missing; snake which my boy and I Primeval man: therefore as we now read 1 J. .! :; .. ; :tj. TI'" ; ,:,\ :
nett(>. in a hard forced little voice. had so frequently handled his history, could not, have lived<< by, or .' 4.. : ': t& .. ;r' \
Exactly so," said John, floated off again. The handling of snakes is often unavoidably known anything of agriculture. Nor could 'r.?.t ':iR:: ( HORSEY & CO.,

I knew her, you see, when I was home, for forced upon us by the extraordinny and he have lived by wild fruits, for they are : .
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the holidays, and thought no end of her. often-times i incomprehensible positions in not continuous throughout the year. They J'

She was so sweet, so gracious, so unhappy. which snakes are frequently encountered.We have their season and that a brief one. He '.' !'.. =i PHARMACISTS 1 JH
Something between a queen and a saint in are apt to fancy that snakes are essen- must then have lived by hunting and fish-
my very juvenile eyes. I made up lots of tially groveling creatures, forgetting that ing; and of the two fishing would be the ____ _..L.
romances about her, till one day when.they their ventral scales give them admirable facilities most continuous and unfailing throughoutthe .
all broke down. I was here a good deal. for climbing. Unless you recognizethis changing seasons the most valuable of ,,.f Centre Street.FERNAXDIXA .
Spencer Caringham and I were school fact, it is difficult to understand how all qualities for those ill-supplied times. It ,., ,'., .
friends, and one Easter I found Ponsonby snakes get into the roofs of up-country would not be more difficult to hook and FLORIDA.
Caringham. the eldest son, at, home-an bungalows, which are supported by smooth spear and net and trap fish, and to gather .\ ;'
awful scamp he was. Spencer told me no and whitewashed walls' and pillars; how mollusks from the rocks and sandbanks, .. .. ; ..', ; .'. .KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort
end of queer stories about his brother and volt meet them on the upper shelves of your than to trap or pierce with arrows wild :- { ".;: of FRESH and PURE FOR-
one day one about Lady Mildred, for whichI bookcases, or in other apparentlinaccesi- game. Our immediate comparison, however ,- EIGN and DOMESTIC::
gave the poor little beggar a licking there tile situations.But is with agriculture; and we may be I
and then. That night, however, Ponsonbytried when you meet snakes in the act of sure that not in it were the foundations of ..";< Drugs and Chemicals
trees and with nothing laid but in and .,,, ,! ,
to get me to take a note to Feather- ascending; apparently society huntingand fishing, '" ".
stonehope, and went back to school disgusted to hold on by, you are resigned to your that of these two, as the great carnivors at '. .
and believing all things against all wo fate, and are prepared for sanguine encoun- first had possession of the forest and the ,.. r.i. r-, : '. ,:' Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines: ,

men-except always my own little sweet- ters anywhere and everywhere. If you area plain against intrudingman, fishing was the
heart. Then I heard of her death, and that lady yOU must not be surprised-as my main primeval occupation and means of '., .- ,' ',. ] Proprietary and FuncGoods.

she was to be buried like a pauper or a suicide wife \\\"as-at a deadly snake dropping out subsistence.-Macnullans Magazine. ; :. .: romantic of the sleeve of velvet jacket, which FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
I don't know what put the your '. ', ".}
:1. ;h. '
notion into head that I at least, would your ayah was helping yon on with, that :
my GOOD ADVICE.You will and .
prevent ,cure ., ," ,
U. : : .r' ETC.
jacket having previously hung from a wall- ;"\ PERFUUERYSO.\I-S, ,
show her honor, and I got away unobserved, the greater part of tile ills that afflict mankind ", '
caught a night train, and arrived at St. peg, leaving it three or four feet from the '\
in this or any section, if you keep your ::
Bride's Church just in time to see MarkFeatherstone ground Nor, if you are going; out call- stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect working i
ing, must you be astonished if a cobra
I leaving. order. There is no medicine known
"The vault already boarded I looks in upon you from the double roof of '
j was up. Physicians' Prescriptions
that does this as surely as Parker's Ginger _
I, had brought a wreath of white flowers, so I your brougham. How did the one snake ,.
Tonic. It will blood rich and
keep your carefully compounded with Drugs, at
wall and into the pure
ascend the get
door and
t just laid it at the closed was;going, and health
give good at little cost.
ij when I came on Ponsonby Caringham look- jacket? How did the other pass up the See pure other column.you reasonable prices.

ing like a ghost! in moonlight. He went smooth and glasslike sides or wheels of the __ __________ _
its double roof? h
and into
on like a madman raved, and tried to tear brougham get
down the boarding of the vault, and at last I might adduce illustrations by the score W.ELCOME.-'Vhat makes Floreston
: flung himself on the grass before it, crying of these :strange rencontre, and they showus Cologne welcome on every lady's toilet Florida Lands.I
like a child.I Did you bring that, Orme?' how we must always be on our guard table is its lasting fragrance and rich, DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. P.\LM E"C
t he asked, pointing to the wreath. You are against snakes. Yet it is marvelous that, flowery odor.Professional.
Ih l a good little fellow. She always liked )'em.' among Europeans, we very rarely hear of PALMER\ BRO'Slt ,
and back with- deaths from snake-bite, while the bare feet
i I got away from him at last,
, out detection. Some time after I got a letter and legs of natives leave them frequently and Business Cards.E. 4T1 14tPHARMACISTS
1- I I- I 1- 1 : i !' '1 i- -I 1- I "' -
' from Ponsonby, inclosing two keys. He and fatally open to attack.-Chambers' Jour The Peninsular

. was going abroad, into the Turkish service, nal. ___ ______________ LEROY JONES, M.D.: --- It ,
and he left these rooms in my care, beggingme +
I 1 I I I i I II II I !' !1' 'I II! I l"l I I 1-H-:"
to destroy his treasured relics when occasion ONLY TEN DRUGS WANTED. HOMEOPATHIC: PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, AND IrY :
f required. And a tough job it has Several hints of no little significance may ,
been," ended John, stretching himself. "A be gathered from current practice in answerto Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, Centre Street, near Depot,
whole case filled with things under that this interesting question. Treatment by _- Tropical i Florida
table and a portrait and letters. I burned drugs becomes more simple and direct every FERNANDINA, FLA. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
and smashed all I could, and now I'm goingto year. Instead of the wondrous medley-an'olla

drown the rest before we go to the yacht. lodridtl-of drugs of former times; the Calls answered: promptly day or night,and
Hullo, Duncan !'' modern prescription consists of a single :Medicine: furnished without extra charge. RAILROAD COMPANIES &&-ABSOLUTELY PURE

The grizzled head of the old sailor ap- drug, used with a single intention. The Office hours :-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2
peared in the doorway in answer to the call. drug is not given for the vague reason thatit and 7 to 8. 221y* DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
"Just fasten up and weigh; that, will you." has been found to do good' but with a ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE
pointing to a canvas-covered bundle on the distinct aim to produce some definite ph'siological AND
floor. Now, Lynette"They effect. The materia medlca are reduced F. "W.I ANSLEY7 COUNTIES OF DRUGS CHEMICALS,
made their way in shy silence down to their essential forms, and active
the treacherous staircase to its lowest depth, principles of definite strength and constitu- Q Standard Patent Medicines
where a door opened out on the face of the tion and of minute proportions are used in ALACa.u: : ,
, cliff.. There was a path, and some rocky the place of the uncertain and bulky drugin .1 I Q ,
I steps to the habor where the yacht's boat its natural state. Doses are being reduced I | TOILET Articles
-I Fancy : *--
was in waiting. *' Do vou see that big rock almost to the vanishing point, and IIIIIII1S PUTNAM
just under St. Bride's Church ?" John said. methods of exhibiting them repeatedly 5I 7ARION7

"They say there is a fathomless depth of come into notice which are more direct and 5f
water there.1'John exclusive in their application to the affected II
took the oars and Lynette steered part than that which makes the stomach
LUBIN'S EX' :nACT JS, etc.
I carefully out to the rocky headland. The suffer for the offences of every other part.
i cliffs rose black and grim, there was a great All these facts may he said to show a gen- STJIMITIEIR ANIHERNANDO
f silence on the gray, cold sea, and she shivered i eral tendency toward the restriction of the side Centre St., near the Depot. jtir' Especial and careful attention paidto
as she took the oars while John lifted drug principle of treatment to make it more
the heavy bundle and lowered it over the simple and at the same time more direct,
side as gently as he could. Down, down it and to free it from much of its nauseous- MADE TO ORDER. an experienced Druggist.:

went into the cold, dark water, with a sullen ness. This tendency also makes it more All work warranted. JSJ- MR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep
splash and a whirl of foam-bells ; and positive and its advantages more indubitable AT PRICES, FROM over the store and will respond to all calls
the boat, after one great rock, shot out mer- but when the giving of the remedy is :
rily from the chill shadow into the first rays restricted: to a definite physiological pur- WM. B. C. DURYEE, at niehx

of the level sun. Lynette's heart gave one pose, it may safely be said that the raison $1.25 to $10 Acre.
great bound in accord. John's kind eyes d' tre of the bulk of the pharmacopoeia has GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT per
were smiling on her, the last vestige of her passed away. The restless and ubiquitous
folly at the bottom of the sea, the world all spirit of research which is abroad to-day has CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT,

fresh and glowing in the warm beams of supplied a host of new remedies which get All these lands in the central
the new day's sun. Was there ever such a into books but not into practice. There are, FERNANDINA, FLA.
happy little woman since the first sun perhaps, a bare dozen of cardinal drugs peninsular portion of the State, and
shone?'' which make up the greater part of faodern Hay, Corn, Oats
within fifteen miles of Railroads in
Lola looked from her window an hour or physic-the fixed stars of the firmament of

two later. medicine, around which a multitude of inferior JAMES McGIFFIX, successful operation, traversing a territory -
Why, Mark I might have spared you lights revolve in various subordinate
and myself a night's anxiety about those I relations. Or, according to a saying which CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, which is being more rapidly ptd vEB NDAII'S ;

young people. Look over there. If theyhaven't I has been put into the mouth of a number of settled and than other SQ HGURE _
I been out boating before breakfast eminent physicians, When I. was young I Alachua Street, between Second and Third, any
Oh, Mark, I wonder," sighed Lola, stirred had twenty drugs for every disease; now I part of the State.
for a moment out of her satisfied repose," if am old I have twenty diseases for every FERNANDINA, FLA. MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ,
a you and I were as young should we be as drug." And probably there are not half a Orders and estimates from a distance care- The fertility* of the soil and accessi- THE discovered, as it is certain in its

ai i blissfully foolish as they are?" dozen drugs the utility of which has not fully attended to. 25-tf bility to the largest and best markets etfects and does:: not blister. READ PROOF
"I don't know that'we should, replied been effectively challenged. Of this half- BELOW.
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Mark, prosaically. ** But they think I make these lands desira-
I may dozen, the two or three specific drugs will particularly
themselves lucky when they are as old ,
for all that can be seen at present, always
rable for the cultivation of fruits and Saved Him $1,800.00.
we are if they are half as happy -The retain their place. Their worth is too real ori

Argosy and positive to be neglected, however unsatisfactory + ZH early vegetables for shipment. For ADAMS. N. Y., January 30, 1882.
it may be to science to prescribe Dr. B. J. Kendall d Co.:
and immediate there is
SNAKEHANDLING. them more or less in the dark. But the or- ; S-; large profits GENTs-Having used: a good deal of your t
An Anglo-Indian, who sends us the following thodox array of ammunition of the JEscula- ["I ) ct".2 no industry in Florida equal to the Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
notes on snake-handling, says: pius of the period i is gradually passing away, = thought I would let you know what it has
Appropos of Dr. Stradling's interesting and will soon apparently remain only as se- Z -.., raising of early vegetables for Northern done for me. Two years ago I had as speedy
Snake Anecdotes in :your Journal of late ductive drops whiffs and lozenges. The fiI .:7::I -- markets. a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
issues, I send you a note illustrative of prescription of the future will rather consist ? When I was breaking him he kicked over ;
the danger of handling certain kinds of in the reduction of the daily life to special For new and descriptive circular, the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
11 snakes. Out here individuals of one sect of and scientific adaptations of the old Greek address hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best

fakirs-religious mendicants-are frequently elements, fire, air, earth and water. And in W. BAUKNIGIIT, farriers. but they all said he was spoiled. .1
met with, wearing young and tame py- a sense which will be true in that inner AGENT, CHAS. \V. LEWIS, He had a very large thorough-pin and I
thons as necklaces. One such animal took truth which poets saw of old, wounded and Land Commissioner used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
the fancy of an officer, and for a few rupeeswas exhausted man beaten down upon the bosomof WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and bd
transferred from the fakir's neck to his; his mother earth will arise from her em- BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER Fernandina, Fla., he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have-
and for some time both were ou very good brace like a giant refreshed.-British Quarterly ANDDealer used it for bone spavins and wind- ans, and
terms. One day our friend sat down to I Review. in Ice Or Ocala, Florida. 38 it has always cured completely left the e'
breakfast with the python round his leg smooth. .
a thing he had never before done ; FISHING.-Fishing was a far earlier modeof It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
of the animal came across the arm of the supporting human life than agriculture. BROOM STREET WHARF, I have recommended it to a good many and 1

chair, and instinctively) coiled round it. The However far back in the stream of terres- 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.SEA ,- they all say it does the work. I was in With
leverage thus obtained seemed to revive its trial events we may suppose it allowable to 4 erington! Kneeland's! drug store.in Adams, :
memories of victim-squeezing, and in a mo- carry the date of man's appearance on the the other day and saw a very fine picture .
ment the officer was in the pangs of strang- scene, still he must have been preceded by ISLAND ROUTE. you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
ulation, bound fast to his chair, and the awful fish. The rivers. lakes and seas, when he not; they said if I would write to you that
coil of the python round his neck. But first looked upon them, must have been -- .. you would send me one. I wish you would
in that supreme moment of horror appall peopled very much as they are at this day. THE STEAMERST. and I will do you all the good I can.
ing he retained his nerve; with his left hand I There was as great a variety of species, and ', Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.
he seized the reptile's head, and with his ; probably much the same infinitude of individuals I -.' i.

right grasped a tableknife, and was just I in some of those species. And as a '. '
! able to inflict a gash behind its head ; and savage population must be always sparse, ; Kendall's Spavin Cure.
i then the suffocating coils fell slack. The and in any locality few in nuniber, their t.

1 officer was afterwards found prostrate on supply of food from this source could only ,_ ON HUMAN FK.E8II.
I the floor in a dead-faint, from which he have been limited by their inability to cap- ;i.--t: '
I only recovered to be seized with brain-fever, ture it. What the wild game of the forest :i t ." r'' VEVAY. IND., August 12, 1881.
I the delirium of which was entirely occupiedwith and of the open plains were to the inland NICHOLAS .; ,.... : Dr. B. J, Kendall & Co.:
J .
encounters with monstrous serpents.In hunting tribes, the fish of the fresh and of GENTS-Sample of circulars received to- :
course of time he recovered ; but no one the salt water were to the riverine and the leave Fernandina for Savannah .\,;: day. Please send me some with my imprint
could recognize in that pallid, grayheaded, maritime tribes. Between these early days WILL Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- .{ printed on one side only. The"Kendall's ,
and careworn shadow of a man, the once and the first beginnings of agriculture vast day mornings arriving at the latter place Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, ,i

stalwart, hearty and enthusiastic sports- periods of time must have elapsed. First, the same evenings. ,, ..J".r.;.:! and not only also. for Mr.animals Jus. Yoris but for human of the
man. because in these and more or less all latitudes Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- one
Another note to illustrate the extreme nature offered to man no plant that nandina on Monday: Wednsday and. Friday leading farmers in our county, sprained an
ankle and the value of the
danger of.handling even dead snakes. Major in its unimproved state was worth cultivat- at 8 a. m. badly knowing
tried it himself and it
for horses
Dennys, a police officer in the Central ing. The suitable form had to be evolvedor Deck Pass. without Meals, $3.00 .. ,', : did remedy far better than, he had on expected ;, cured
Provinces recently out shooting, and created long of observationand : f
was by processes Cabin ...00 ." .. the sprain in short order.
killed a large cobra. His companion askedto selection. This is why we know noth- ,..y'dig. very .
see its poison fangs ; and Major Dennys ing of the parentage of wheat, barley, oats Excursion i' 7.00 ., '.r respectfully.
seizing the head with one hand, opened its rye, beans, or maize, and why the tropical Through tickets sold to New York, Phila Price$1 per bottle, or G bottles for$i. All
jaws with the other to exhibit the fangs, bread-fruit plantain, banana and sugar-cane delphia. Boston, and Baltimore.For -' .:' j :'; druggists have it or can get it for you. or it
which, in the approaching rigidity of death have lost the power of producing seed, an d tickets and state-rooms, apply at the ;: .. 7 "' !: ; 'will be sent to any address on receipt of If
closed on his finger. Aware of his awful so of reproducing themselves ; this must Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. price by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL .

risk, he sucked his finger and hastened have been a result of long ages of human A. )MERCIER I .......',, .' & CO.. Enosburgh Falls Vt.
home. But all assistance was unavailing; selection. Nothing of the kind had to be General Passenger Agent.J. ,. Send for Illustrated Circular. ,

he died, in three hours. done for fish.: There it was as fit for human N. HARRIMAN, Manager. [ .", t. Sold by all, Druggists. '.

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1 I'i?\,: ,i .,r ,, },.',, .,,.' THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY and has no personal knowledge whatever of HUBBARD'S REPORT ON ORANGESCALE I f fI \those: made- of brass with two nozzles cost- EDITORIAL .:=
: the routes surveyed. We infer from the
.! .." : j,. : may INSECTS IMPORTANT TO j from eight; to ten dollars.Mr. .
!t. b : .: report that the line of 137$ miles is from the ALL ORANGE GROWERS. Hubbard --
i' ':'.I t, .' .. .. SEPTEMBER 1, 1883. St. Johns river at Doctor's Lake to says diluted kerosene causesno THETl'El't'TIOX' GIVEN TO FLORIDA--
"r \; s.. '.. I a point We have received from the author a copy injury to COLONEL
young growth, or the bark of
< ).j" ; west of the mouth of the Suwanee river. of his valuable and exhaustive the LOCKETT OF TENNESSEE, AS ENGINEER OF
FLORIDA upon but
'r. It HARBORS. .. orange tree will cause the older
; H' ;:, ; : The line we suppose, crosses the ridge in the scale insect, which is the most formidable leaves CANAL-LOW PRICES OF GRAIN,
. The to drop, and has rather
't ?- following brief but important notice a stimulatingeffect HIGH PRICES
r the vicinity of Starke. This is admitted OF STOCK-INCREASE
t : I' ; : of the inland ridge, it enemy to the orange tree. on dormant trees.
't: f;' : ::, passage improvement between as we have always claimed, to be Professor Hubbard was appointed OF CRIME-CYCLONES, ETC.
specialagent Whale-oil
. s
St. Johns and St. Mary's rivers in soap, used one pound to the
. L"4 [ *;" ,': ,. :.'::;> : the'report of the chief engineer: appears over 140 feet above tide water, and althoughthe of the United States Department of gallon of water, will kill the insect but not SEWANEE. TENN., August 28.
,i !" I exact elevation of 143 feet may not continue Agriculture for the examination of the insects destroy the The various works of public improve-
; a ;, t'J : "INSIDE PASSAGE BETWEEN FEBNANDINA AND eggs ; one pound to four
very far, yet we also know that the cut- injurious to the and the ment going on in Florida are
t,,; .. ,I: ; I ST. JOHNS RIVER. : orange, present gallons of water, it is useful for washing the attracting
) :
" : :. ting will nevertheless be very deep for a forms much attention in all of the
f ;' !:f.. .r i The importance of report portion of the annual re- trunks of trees. Experiments tried parts United
.' Jmpro'mg.IS passage were
t :" ," ,;.'I... in case of a war with a maritime power very considerable distance. Of the underlying port of the Department of Agriculture for with whale-oil soap, creosote bisulphide of States. The Nashville American, the leading
!, :: v{' ,. is great. The work, which was suspended rock General Stone and his engineers the year 1881. carbon Neal's Tennessee daily has recently had articles of

J''. ;'t .,:,, in 1880.81, should be renewed, and when undertaken know nothing.,, We trust that this valuable treatise will Exterminator, lye, sulphuricacid considerable length upon the Okeclmbee
\ : j of iron
should be liberal sulphate ammonia and urine
on a 'scale. The ,
) .' .> :, :, I total. To compute the cost of a ship canal to be be put into the hands of every Drainage operations the Atlantic Coast Canal -
here orange sal-soda
expenditures since
1874. of
including salt lime sulphur
: : potash, ,

: .
; :. '
: : the cost of survey have been $19,565.83." 100 feet wide at the bottom and of a depthof in our State. An ounce of prevention i is, soot and ashes. None of these and the Florida Ship Canal. Ex-Gov
' : were
L: ) ; .?ti i Previous reports of the chief engineer 30 feet, through acountry the underlying in this case, certainly worth a pound of of equal value with kerosene and most of ernor Brown, of Tennessee, is the president

I!, .: ',.' have stated that in view of the work going formation of which is not known, is certainly cure, and an early extirpation of the scale them valueless.Mr. of the Ship Canal Company, and Professor

: r ; ,'.. \ I on for the improvement of St. Johns bar, a very hazardous basis of operations, insect, when it first makes its appearance, Hubbard's conclusions be Lockett, of the University of Tennessee has
1 :- ', A-:::, '. I etc., this work had become of less imp and shows that the computation of cost will save a vast deal of future trouble and stated : that kerosene made into an emul just resigned his:: professorship, it is announced

I: ,'; :.1 : : : tance. There is must be the merest guess work. Forty-six expense. to accept the position of chief en-
evidently a doubt in the sion by churning with hot solution of whale
i; ,:"' "', i; minds of the public, expressed very strong- millions of dollars is a very large sum for We give a brief nummary. of the report. oil soap and water-one-third water and gineer of the Ship Canal. Professor Lockett

: ; : '. t ly by two recent correspondents of the capitalists to invest on such superficial examination There are three species- of the scale insect soap and two-thirds kerosene-when diluted is an able and accomplished engineer a '

,! Times-Union, as to the success of the jetties as the Ship Canal Company has known in Florida : with ten parts of cold water makes the graduate of West Point, and was a colonel in

., ,r ., !! now constructing at the mouth oC'the'St. furnished: and the character of the engineering 1. The Mytilapsis.... Gloverii, the commonlong most effective destroyer of insects i and the Confederate service. He is also an artist.
t, .'. ... i Johns river, and the change in the tone of work done, and the generally superficial scale, or oyster'schell- scale, dark brownor of the scale insects ; that the application I have seen very beautiful: landscapes from

' : J, ;! this character of all its newspaper and telegraph yellowish in his pencil, and I think it quite likely he
.. I year's report is calculated to give great very elongate form, foundon should be made with an Aquapult* or small l

' ,I' :\ uneasiness in the minds of those who have I announcements have not encouraged us to I. twigs, branches and leaves, but morerarely force pump, and sprayed all over the tree ; will furnish his portfolio with an abundance

:" ." heretofore felt very great confidence in the believe that the present promoters were pre- on the main trunk of the tree. that the periods for making the applicationare of Florida sketches. He is an accom

,: : .; ;:' success of the jetties. It is quite certain pared to undertake so important, so gigantican 2. Mytllapsis Oilucola, or purple scale, March, extending into April, June and plished gentlemau, and I hope will meet

1 :: that we have not as yet had their success enterprise. We shall be rejoiced if our larger than the former, and usually dark July, September and October. If our readers with the cordial reception he so well deserves
:. l' demonstrated fears are unfounded. in color when he arrives in Florida.
< as applied to an open roadstead purple and apt to infest the lemon, cannot procure Mr. Hubbard's valuable
: i on! the Atlantic coast. The result citron and Tangerine I etc. The Nashville prices current indicate an
'Ir so pamphlet, they would do well)) to cut out
f' : : far, is not encouraging as to Charleston bar, SHAM ARCHITECTURAL STRUC 3. Parlatcria Pergnndii, a small thin scale i this summary of his report for future use ample supply of breadstuffs, grain of all

I ,.". .'j! or St. Johns, and there has not been enough TURES. nearly circular in outline, in color resembling and reference. We hope the hardware' men kinds and root crops. Flour is quoted at

The Agricultural College Building, to be the bark. It infests the trunk and will in $4.50 to $6 ; corn meal 57 cents to 60 cents ;
procure Aquapult pumps sufficient.
' .> k erected at Lake City, should be a model of larger branches ands frequently seen upon quantities to supply orange growers at mod corn 44 cents; oats, 33 cents ; hogs, $4 to

: :. ( ." : done stands better than at either of the good sense embodied in brick and mortar. the fruit. From its resemblance to a coating erate prices. A general and vigorous on- $4.25 per cwt. Mules rule rather high, six

" .; l' '' other two mentioned. The inland passage To build well is a part of the necessary instruction of fine chaff or bran upon the trunk of[ slaught on the kale insect will add a large years old, in good order, 14J hands high

.;', -- \ n between Fernandina and St. Johns river i incase of the farmer or planter. We re the tree, Mr. Hubbard calls it the chaff percentage to the products of our grove $110 to $115; large mules, $150 to $175.

" < i of the failure to improve the St. Johns gret to learn that the plans prepared by the scale. We shall at some future time gve: liberal Horses are also higher than usual.

1', i.: ; ; 7 I bar, becomes a matter of supreme impor architect and accepted for the Agricultural I He says these three scales are so 'universally extracts from this valuable report. The cost of raising good stock in Tennessee

k', ., tance. It is certain that this inland passage College Building contemplate a three story distributed that it is safe to say that no I was told by General Cheatham was

: I! 4;' can be deepened at a moderate outlay to a building of wood, veneered with four inchesof bearing orange tree'exists in Southern and TIlE WAR IN ANNAM OVER. about $50 per year after the first year. The

.s! ".,. t depth equal to that found in the present brick. We cannot but regard such a Middle Florida upon which one or the other long winters, during which they require

... i1: : channel the St. Johns, so that any vessel I building as a poor makeshift, the merest cannot be found. FRANCE GETS HER OWN TERMS IN THE SUS high feeding, make stock raising expensive

';'t which can pass down the river to its mouth sham-a building pretending to be brick, The first: mentioned, the long scale, is the PENSION OF HOSTILITIES. compared to what it would be in Florida,

can be carried to sea without delay through which would not support its own weight most destructive, but is the most readily de A PARIS, August 27. where good pasture could be made the year
dispatch to the Figaro from
'j this inland passage. Vessels have frequently without. the wooden backing hollow pre stroyed. The chaff scale is almost as common M. Hammond, the French Saigon Civil Com saysthat around, and very little grain used. Illinois: ,

.'' : \t been detained at a great expense for 30 to 40 tence of a substantial building, when it is a as the long scale, and much more difficult missioner, has gone to Hue at the special Kentucky and Tennessee send vast numbersof

. ". ,1: f. ,. F days at the mouth of the river waiting for mere flimsy hybrid possessing neither the to destroy. It is not, however, as inju request of the Emperor of Annam, who i is horses and mules South, and Florida pays

i : r.. ;, sufficient flood tide to go out. Even if the good qualities of a brick building nor of a rious. desirous French of placing himself and the capitalunder I outannuaJlya very large sum of money for
1 protection, as position i is
i\' J!t f ',': It. bar is improved, General Gillmore says vessels wooden building. They have three periods. First: the pe most insecure. He nearly lost his life on mules and horses, which could just as well

.gip; .: :, i will be delayed duringthe prevalence of It is very easy to say that it can be madesecure riod of migration when newly hatched, they the first day of the bombardment by the be raised at home. I have seen as fine stock

; strong easterly winds. that it is just as good, etc., but the have legs and walk about a few hours, and French mouth of fire the of river the Hue.forts and batteries at the raised in Florida as that brought from Kentucky -

A .;. :r."I'( In any event it would be of very great common sense of every intelligent man then attach themselves to the bark ; sec The Temps has a telegram from Cochin and there is the additional advantage

; ; importance to have an uninterrupted, safeand knows better. ond, the period of growth one to two China, stating that the Emperor of Anuamroraivwl of the native stock in being- acclimatized.

: : t, .., ;: r protected inland months, when they lose their Af. TTnrmnntl r>n the---_ _9.1rl___ iiist nn__ The_n_ The telegraph and local columns of a city
, : .. .L I n_ passage open from We presume there is no difficulty- in making .. legs, undergo Emperor showed complete submission. An-
.' ". ,:.'t ., I aVannal1 via ''ernandina to the Qb. Johns good brick at Lake City. If the $13,000to several molts, ana excrete a scale ; third, nam is compelled by treaty to pay the costs daily presents a queer conglomeration of

..h," ;::j ', ': : f I: I river. The report refers to its importance be expended on the building will not the period of incubation, during which the of the war, the French to retain the forts on accidents, suicides, homicides, scandals,robberies -

;t'. ": l \ in time of war. Its uses to the commerce of build as large a building constructed of eggs are deposited and hatched under the the river Hue pending payment. The An- and conflagrations. It would be dif-
'.. t! i the formed namite troops in Tonquin are to be placedat ficult for any one to what pleasure
t L.: country would be equally great in time good, honest, substantial brick walls, then fully scales. In February they de- the disposal of General Bonet, the French say profit
r f' \ y: of peace. posit eggs for sixteen or eighteen or interest there can be in scanning these
reduce The
.. the size and build an honest, good days. commander. A prompt settlement of the
.t '.Y: .;; t With a liberal appropriation it is quite building. In case of fire this veneered eggs hatch in summer in a week or ten question at issue is expected. Reinforce- daily records of horrors, but they form the

..,,--: t probable that twelve feet of water could be building would be the veriest and days. After -hatching, the young remain ments to the number of fifteen hundred men daily repast of tens of thousands who seem
: ;,,: trap, will embark for Tonquin in about a fort- to read the for other
1 obtained daily no
in days under the paper purpose
a single year, which would be would be wiped out of existence in many parent scale if the night.
<\ as much as the Dame's a few weather is unfavorable. ______________ than to know of all the wickedness and
Point bar minutes with
J' now allows very great danger to its in-
: in St. Johns river. We see no incompati mates.A Before the scale is formed the bark lice IN FULL ERUPTION. trouble which are going on theroughout th

::-. bility between this are readily but world. A first-rate horror, like a burning
) and the bar improvement substantial brick building with thick destroyed, after the scale is SHOWERS
.'. :,', but on the contrary, great advantage walls, if burned, could be rebuilt on the formed they are well)) protected. THE VOLCANIC ISLAND OF KRAKATOA.OVER steamer or hotel, with great loss of life or a
I terrible
:-" supplementing g, that important work if it same walls, saving at least one-third of the During the period of migration the tender BATAVIA, August 27.-Terrific detonationswere railroad accident, is made to run
,,, : ; through the news columns: for several
:' {( proves successful, and as a measure of relief cost. The old college buildings of William young may be destroyed by solutions of Beard yesterday evening from the vol days,
:. ; if the bar improvement is and whale oil lye etc. canic island of Krakatoa. They were audi- and seems to be regarded as a kind of godsend -
:- impracticable. Ifashipcanal.istp Mary, at Williamsburg, Va., put up be- soap, sprayed over the
.i : ble at Socrakrata. on the island of Java. to the enterprising
-f be constructed, this work fore the revolution, have been twice burned trees. If the eggs were hatched all at one The ashes from the volcano fell far newspaper press.
? as as
; S' will indispensable, even if the :bar improvement and twice rebuilt on the same walls. time it would be easy to exterminate them, Cheribon and the flashes proceeding from i it There is one species of crime which is becoming -

0: : is eventually accomplished or a It were better, in any event, that the col- but they go on hatching all the year. Thereare were visible in Batavia. Stones fell in a very common, and betokens a downward -

; i 1.'k'4 long delay will occur in order to ascertain lege building should not exceed two times, however, when the migration shower on Serang, which was in total dark- tendency in society. Woman killings
ness throughout the Batavia
that night. and wife beating shock us by their
fact. enormity
.r a maximum and remedies can be 1
height-both for all the
safety and convenience. nearly so, gaslights having been ex
: ---- ------ There should be several stairways and cross- applied effectively. There are three such tinguished during the night. Communication and the frequency of their occurrence. Brut-

FLORIDA SHIP CANAL. halls, and a plan of construction which periods during the months of March and with Anjiers is stopped and it i is feared L ishness seems to be growing not only in the
f General Charles P. that there has been a calamity there. Several lower order of society, but those who
Stone chief engineer April, .June and July and among
: would admit of enlargement, if needed.A September and bridges between Anjier and Serang
\ has made a statement or partial October. In mild winters are classed as respectably connected. These
t report for three-story veneered building may look they are some- have been destroyed and a village has been
:-E\ r the public. It is of the most meagre and larger and more imposing, but when it is times hatched in January. The eggs are ; washed away the rivers having overflowed modern brutes appear to claim ownership:

t general character, giving only the following known that it is a sham building only ve- harder to destroy than the insects. Several inland.their banks because of a rush of the sea over the weaker sex and the right, for almost -

information : Mr. Hill, a civil engineer insects: prey upon the scales, whichare any cause, to beat, kick and maim
neered with
1 brick, it will be regarded with among Krakatoa is an island in the Straits of
i went to Florida the last of June, and with the contempt that shams of all kinds in- the ladybug, beetles caterpillars of a Sunda latitude 6 9' couth, longitude, 10.5 their! defenceless companions, and not infrequently

i the aid of four corps of engineers, made, i in certain species. Mites are very effective. 29 east. It is about six or seven miles long to take their lives on any real or
two spire.We and four or five miles broad. Serang Laut supposed provocation. The
months whipping
The post
t ttorough examination of two hope the trustees of most efficient destroyers are minute
Agricultural Ceram Laut is
cluster of
or a small islandsin
:w i lines. On the most favorable the ; four-winged flies which bore the has been suggested as a remedy, and in
one ,
1 ; t re College Fund will accept no building of through the Malay Archipelago lying off the east
; sult of which was adopted, he computes such faulty, flimsy, perishable: dangerous scale and deposit an egg which hatches a end of the Island of Ceram, from which some States adopted. Suicide frequently .

M 1 that a tidewater ship canal, of sufficient'I ; character. Have grub, which feeds upon the insects. they are separated by the Island and Straitof accompanies the murderer's act, and society
buildings honest
'j WK -y your Keffing. Anjier seaport of the Dutch is rid of
width and happily a
depth to allow
the Vigorous, healthy trees not in
of are much
passage and substantial, however plain. Let East Indies, the
,} m ;; their on west coast of Java, i in
; -: two sea steamers of first-class, can be con- foundations be solid and let them bo adapted danger of injury from the insect but trees the Straits of Sunda. The frequency and destructive character
c4: ., strutted of cyclones in the Northwest i is
a total cost of which are enfeebled from -- ---- ----- a subject attracting
to the of any cause are
purposes a college rather than to
: $16,000,000, ornamentation of a town. likely to be attacked. Too stimulating applications ST. AUGUSTINE'S NEW HOTEL much attention. If they prove to

viz : for excavations, $36,000,000 ; harbor at Teach the future however, are not considered judicious We had the pleasure of meeting yesterdayafternoon be periodical, those parts of the country will
agriculturists of Florida Mr. J. A. McGuire, who has the
ti :-q; termini, $4,500,000 ; engineering right of by example, honest work, honest:; construction but a healthy, natural vigor is to be contract to build the new hotel at St. Augustine come to be classed with the portions of

h way and contingencies, $5,500,000. The to and to avoid all aimed_ at. Cutting away the diseased 'portions I for Mr. I. S. Cruft. )[McGuire South America subject to earthquakes as

,,,. A tal length of the canal will be 137$ miles, pretentious shams. will not prevent.the recurrence of the says that it is to be the largest as well as the being very undesirable to live in. Florida
This is an age of shams and shoddy we finest finished and furnished hotel in the
and the ; appears to be less subject to cyclones than
; highest elevation scales
t, in crossing a have all kinds of gilded trash imitating I but they must be destroyed and the State. It is to be "L" shaped 250 feet long
water shed of 143 feet but pure condition of the any other part of the South or We&t. The
,,t this deep cut gold; we have the thinnest veneers and varnish I tree improved. 240 feet deep and five stories high. In the
would be'only for a short distance, and a construction of which 2,000.000 feet of 1 lum mountainous regions of Tennessee are self
; large amount of excavation can be made simulating solid woods; we have REMEDIES. ber will be required the greater part o dom, if ever, visited by them, so that our
by woolen goods without wool silk )Ir. Hubbard gives the preference to ken
which will be
i goods with purchased in this city. The
.:ft steam dredges. people! may feel quite safe in remaining in
f out silk ; we have sanded tin cornices to osene above any other remedial agent. It hotel will be beautifully situated on a tract
[ !i In an interview with a convenient re represent granite ; we have oilcloth madeto may be mixed with milk by churning, but of land just outside of the city gates and Florida until they choose to seek the cool

fj porter, ex-Governor Brown, of Tennessee he the near the fort, and commanding a splendidview temperature of these mountain ranges,
look like marble, to look like gives following as an equally goodand
I : paper car of the harbor city and ocean. The where will be
1 y the president of the company said they equally secure. F.
+ s prominent peting, cast iron tools burnished to look like cheaper- emulsion : foundations nnrl /-Himn------->,VQ,-, rolii/-- ...___ will..u. Hoof ___"
capitalists are lornnng the ConstructionCompan'y steel, sweetened water to resemble wine Kerosene, 2 gallons....................G6 per cent. cement and shell, will be commenced i ina
;t which will submit propositions cider to simulate champagne and Common soap, or whale-oil soap, few days. The hotel will be very ornamental FIXED OILS OF FLORIDA

r 1 to the company at its next meeting, September patent one-half pound,water 1 gallon.33 per cent as towers will be run up on every One of the most distinguished features of
medicines warranted to cure all diseases.All corner, and on top will be a promenade 500 Florida is the
17. Should the board Heat the solution of soap,and add boiling variety of its vegetation.
accept the this we perhaps cannot help, but we hot to the kerosene; churn the mixture by feet in length and 6 feet wide. Double piazzas While it is the home of the orange and
proposition, the money question will be set can use our influence to teach honest farm- means of a force pump and spray nozzle for are also: to surround the building. The lemon, whose golden fruit have made it so

tled, and he believed portions of the work ing, honest building, honest work of all five or ten minutes. The emulsion, if perfect office will be 30x45 over which will be a attractive, and the land of the cypress ands
would be under contract within ninety forms a cream which thickens on cool- rotnnda running up 60 feet. The parlor i pine the magnolia and myrtle flowers and
kinds in our agricultural and mechanical ing, and should adhere, without oiliness, to to be 40x75 feet, and the dining room, office cedar, its climate is also adapted to the olive
R i days.We schools, and teach them not to sacrifice util- the surface of glass. Dilute before using I etc., 325 rooms, each of which will be fin.ished i and almond, and many other oil-yielding
certainly do not desire to undervalue I up and furnished in the most
elegant plants.
ity, strength and permanence to one part of the emulsion with ten parts of i
i.. t such-a pleasing prospect as is here presented appear- cold water. The above formula gives three style. Besides the hotel, a laundry two- When we remember the wealth of the

l;; to us, but we nevertheless do not feel Gov- ances. gallons of emulsion'and,' makes thirty gal stories high and 30x100 feet will be erected, olive, which in France is nearly $12,000,000,
will be
The people of Lake City deserve the high- lons of wash. as help-quarters30x80feetand other the success it has attained in different parts
ernor Brown's confidence in the immediate buildings. The inside of the building will of the world and
est credit for the energand that over 300.000 gallons
liberality The
they cost of this wash would be about
R carrying out of this great enterprise. It is only be finished up entirely in walnut and hard of olive oil are imported annually into the
have in
displayed raising the funds
for forty cents barrel is woods.
c well known to us in Florida that the per and within the United States, the importance of cultivating
have been mere surface of surveys building the college. It should be a matterof means of any one. The Aquapult pump we Mr. )McGuire who is the builder of the it here cannot be overrated. And as it requires

surveys the pride with them to have a building of are not familiar with by name, and do not Magnolia Hotel which is also owned by no special culture, is easily propagated -
superficial character and Cruft
hardly covered says that within the past few months bears
I the most permanent character, which should know the by cuttings, earlier in America
four weeks of actual time. We also cost of. Small force pumps, to he has erected a theatre there of the dimensions than in Europe,and the oil obtained is more
give expression in solid brick and mortar to work by hand from bucket cost from of 40x100 feet, with 21 feet
know that General Stone, the chief a two ceilings, valuable, we have everything to encourage
was only in Florida about engineer their earnestness and interest, not for the to ten dollars. We have a very good one and a stage 28x40. and also a bowling alley us. Besides, the olive flourishes for an almost -

48 hours, day only, but for all,times. made of tin, which cost but two dollars ; and Union.shooting gallery 20x85 feet.-Times- indefinite period. The groves of

Southern Europe, which have stood the



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I THE FLOL'IllAIIlii.Olt..: SEPTEMBER 1. .' .

I "
winds of a hundml limiters'. are Mill fruil- Notice.AT Fu. .-,' .' .. '.1" ..' "t .}, .. .., :
ful. Once planted it grows on with increasing : A REGULAR MEETING OF THE _.' :... .i.-. ,<"jJ".<:"H" ..;;........ \.L -,. ; .
crops, averaging from i> to 35 gallons of i Board of Public Instruction, for the .. :' ;:\,. .: GREAT REDUCTIONIN ; _
fruit per tree. And with sixty trees to the ,-: '; .S .;: .J .
county of Nassau, held in Fernandina. Fla., ., < : ; '
acre, which are as many! as the land can 1883 the Board ,.; I., '( ; : -
on the 9th day of August, ..." ;'
in full bearing would "--, ,.' :
support. 1,500 acres :( :
authorized the Superintendent thereof to .
more than pay the expenses of the State < and Summer Goods '. '
issue certificates to those teachers whose certificates ; ; Spring
"overnment of Florida. The oil is obtained _
have shall .
expired, they '
simple The fruit, which ; ,
bv a very process. r + i+ '
be of the same grade as those that have ex- K:;
contains 70 per cent of it, being gatheredwhen .. "' :..5'SL
The Board of Public Instructionwill
ripe, is in coarse sacks and pired. R 1 IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL STOCK WE
nearly put hold its next regular meeting in School '. ",; ," ".-, .' ;,. : :: _
to while the oil is received
subjected in tubs pressure of clear water, from the surface Room No. I, Fernandina, on the 13th day WILL CLOSE OUT THE BALANCE OF OUR .
of 1883 and will at 8 o'clocka.
September, open
which it is collected. This is called .
m., for the purpose of examining teachers "
The residue of the sacks is then
virgin oil.
who desire to obtain certificates. Also, if
mixed+i thoroughly with boiling water, and there should be of our teachers whose : GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
harder than at first any FRED W. HOYT & CO.
again !pressed, yieldingoil certificates have expired,who desire to have ,
of inferior quality. The only machinery certificates of a higher grade than those they

needed is a simple press, which can be keptin have had they will have to appear before GREATIN .. ..
under shed. The manufacture
the grove a :
the Board for examination.
of olive oil could become on of the FERNANDINA, FLA., .
Furthermore, I desire to reach the trustees _
leading industries of our enterprisingState. and patrons in general. by informing them .

that it is quite time that they were at work, SILKS AN> DRESS GOODS
oil is also valuable and readily
Almond in order that they may be in readiness, as Grocers Grain Dealers _
bitter alm-
obtained from either sweet or the Public Schools will open the 1st of October ,
onds. The almond tree is sometimes cultivated LAWNS BAIGES
next. If there are any of the School ,
the sake of its beautiful
for foliage.
: office
Districts where the trustee's term of AND
It bears abundantly, and the fruit, so highly has expired or from any cause that there is
for various domestic SUN UMBRELLAS PARASOLS ETC.
esteemed purposes con-
no trustee, in such case the patrons should ;
tainsfrom 28 to 54 percent of oil. the sweet and I will General Merchants. : .
recommend some one, appoint _
containing nearly twice as much as the bit- .: _
such at
once. .
ter. But sweet almonds are rarely employedfor person L. W. HIGGINBOTHAM, .. .I,. IN MEN'S YOUTH'S AND BOYS' ':;
pressing, on account of their great cost, ., .
County Superintendent. ... +L' ..: :': :. : :
value of their residual cake.
the less
To obtain the oil, the almonds, having been Fernandina, Fla., August 18.1883.In CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, r :; _

. freed from the reddish-brown powder on the Justice's Court, Nassau H l CLOTHING I 1-
their surface, by rubbing them together in a
i piece of coarse linen are ground or bruised, County, Fla. HAY, CORN, OATS, :BRAN, FEED,
as directed by the Dispensatory, put in canvas RILEY E. ROBINSON vs. MARGARET -1 1
I sacks, and subjected to a powerful pressure. BRISTOL and V.J.BRIS- I

The oil,at first turbid, may be clarified TOL, her husband and THE } FLOUR, GRITS AND MEAL,
by rest and filtration. Its commercial FLORIDA TOWN IMPROVEMENT GREAT INDUCEMENTS
" value about 50 cents a pound ; and from COMPANY. J ,

20,000 to 25,000 pounds are imported annually State of Florida, Nassau County. AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.FURNITURE"i' IN ORDER TO REDUCE STOCK.
into the United States.!'
\1 Castor oil can also be manufactured here. You are hereby notified that a writ of at- .
The castor-oil plant is cultivated like corn, tachment has heen issued against you, the
with only one seed to the hill. The pods said Margaret Bristol and V. J. Bristol, her
J. & T.
containing the seeds are gathered when beginning husband, and your property attached to
and out clean satisfy the demand of Riley E. Robinson, F- l +.
to open, spread on -=:) \
surrounded board amounting to the sum of one hundred dollars -
t swept yard by a Northeast Corner Centre and Third Streets, (
fence. As they ripen the seeds pop out, and Now, unless you shall appear beforeG. }
J W. Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in ,
, are prevented from being lost by the fence,
and for Nassau at his office at Fer- 'ERNA.NDIN'S.: : : F-I..A..
then raked up, put in sacks and sold to the county, Crockery Hardware Tinware ,
castor-oil factory. The yield is 100 bushelsto nandina Fla., on the 18th day of September J II
the acre; and their commercial value A. D. 1883. at loo'clock a.m.,judgment I New York Office : 38 Walker Street. '
about 50 cents a bushel. There are many will be rendered against 'ou.and your prop- "r
methods of obtaining the oil. The fresh erty sold to pay the debts. Dated this 17th BUILDING MATERIAL, ,. ,

J seeds are first freed from their coatings, then day of July, 1883. ..
,J and submitted powerful RILEY E. ROBINSON,
The expressed oil is allowed to Plaintiff. PAINTS OILS CORDAGE, ETC.
pressure. ,
,.1 stand some time for the albumen, mucilageand Fernandina, Fla., August 18, 18834w
subside it is filtered -----.--- *
other matters to ; -
to separate them more rapidly. Cold LOUIS A. C. LANGE, MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE !

pressed oil is nearly transparent, and requires _
no further purification. By this UPHOLSTERER.SADDLE
method the produce is equal to about one- -)[ THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.

third of the seeds employed and the oil Foot of Centre Street, _
possesses all its natural qualities.The j Sr SfasS'*J3H_
oil of cotton seed is also an important FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
article of commerce being used in the .JB-- .
preparation of cloth and leather,and for oiling Furniture repaired in the best manner. ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED. "
: machinery ; also for adulterating more Hair Mattresses made to order at short s nB3 ?S- 2Lri:5'5"

expensive oils, and as a substitute: for lard. notice. 36CuriosityiVariety .
To obtain it the seeds are deprived of their I

shells, ground and transferred to strong -<. <';r. ":,,' ;

woolen bags, which are enclosed by coarse .. : .
bags) of horse hair, and subjected to a pres- I .INCA' .:, .,. '. z

sure of 90 pounds to the square inch for :20 J' .;, -. __- -
< >o;
minutes. Cold pressure produces a very _" ''''l '. .
: :
: 'J
good salad oil but in this country warm StoreOffers ...,.;...,J.t'.. 1-1t.-"- .tm.:1 ,";.:"...' .. ..'. (
pressure is generally preferred. The crude .: '- :" ." : ': '

? oil has a dirty yellow color, which may be and selected .. ,:.' ;, :.' .) ,'\ ,
6 a large carefully .
removed by boiling with water, and then '!'" sx
t heating it with a weak solution of caustic

potash. One thousand pounds of seed yield STOCK OF HOSIERYFor -- =. _
135 pounds of oil. -

And the oil of palmetto may be utilized.Its Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. A B. NOYES, -THE FINE STEAMSHIPSCITY -
reputation as a remedy for lung troubles
indicates some medicinal property which *- (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TONS

deserves investigation, and would, perhaps, E.A.NDXE:RCE3JEFS9Silk Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STATE OF T lAS, 1,543 TONS.

give it commercial value. But besides this, CA..RONDELET, 1,508 TONS.'VESTERN .
it might be used in the manufacture of Linen, and Cotton. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, TEXAS, 1,310 TONS.
:, and give rise to an industry of considerable -
magnitude. A palmetto oil soap Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN,

would, doubtless! be an excellent substitutefor Laces, Towels, Napkins, I Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

castile soap First, form a potash soap Dress Lining, Buttons I Steamboat Landing,

by heating a solution of 1 part of potussa in and Notions Generally.A : FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
fi; parts of water with 5 parts of palmetto oil, of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
stirring until a }perfectly transparent, pi'+tpuilky Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. ONE
new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
Evans. rates for :Merchandise in
solution is funned; add to this, with Special
TIES just received and marked low. sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
constant stirring, a saturated solution of IJ large quantities.
for Hazard : This Line, having: no Transfers between Fcriiaiidina and New
parts of chloride of sodium (common salt), Agent Manufacturing Compa-
:and when cool, allow the precipitated soaps Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior. ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the York:, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF .

now changed a soda !soap to subside for best in the world. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
:I. day. .The soap after removal from the ;ir In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
solution of chloride of potassium, and surplus ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a PLOWS. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close

of uncombined alkali i is cut into pieces line variety. Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
of suitable size and l laid aside to dry. These VILLE. 33 ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
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i::1.'i' ;: : :,: ;it'! I THE FLORIDA MIRROR : SEPTEMBER .

Ir if'f i I'-&r. *'*. :' _
] r'iNjf j f- .. TURNING UXDEll QllEEX I with the pleasantness of the wholesome } and his calls are various, whereas the peacock FOURTH I '

a") ? i Since the introduction of green meat of home But children sometimes is at all times brazen-tongued and Spring TermSt. CIRCUIT Superintendent of School*- .Ram5Y. New

1' -- j '.. tilizers, it is Dot so often necessary will stray on a ramble, and become communicates to the hearer the sensation ofsharpeningslatepenciJs. John's, 2d Tuesday March. Troy
i. 1,. ; t to hungry when at a distance from' County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock
green crops to manure the land. shops' or In climates warmer Clay, 4th Tuesday in )[arch. Troy. New
;at : ,, use of commercial fertilizers does ,home and thus it cannot be useles to know than our own. where large flocks of guinea- Bradford 1st in
Tuesday April.
r ti; with the occasional what are the more dangerous kinds of leaves fowl of Revenue-Newton Sapp
I pense are kept in a half-tame state, they may Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. New
: fi i,.. I green crops to supply the necessar) which must be avoided bull who wish to frequently be seen going through a form; of Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy.Assessor
11 ;, "* t ble matter; for however easily preserve their lives The'strongest barriers amusement which I will try to describe. Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. of Ta.rf.1-.A. S.Ackley, New Troy.
i '.. I :,: zers can be transported to distant of prohibition we can erect should be placedto Some open place is chosen as a place of Fall Term= LEON COUNTY.

; ,, ',' the farm, yet the soil needs an protect the young from their own heedlessness meeting, and the birds leisurely collect twos St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee
:tt l. dressing of vegetable matter; 6f* which at times leads"them to do all and threes till a goodly' party is formed. Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Sheriff A. Moselev, Tallahassee.

VM{ : I fertilizers are deficient-they forbidden things and to test all maxims and When all are ready one guinea-fowl I leaves Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. I Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
I #,:: r 4? posed principally of mineral commandments. disobedience 'to whichis the flock'and walks in front of them withan Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N. Felkel

83! r j gradually: exhaust the soil of supposed to entail divers, pains and pen- air which seems to say : Now, then, Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Tallahassee.
,i', L 1 it is supplied it in some Wl alties. ladies acid Treasurer-J. L.
: way. gentlemen, look this way if you Duval, 1st Tuesday November.FIFTH Demilly Tallahassee.
fff; :"> sJVF >" ; commercial fertilizers are to be Some of our most admired flowers, whichwe please. The sports are about to begin. The Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce Talla-

? -' ,j production of a crop, there should least willingly banish from culti- great event is the ten yard's race, which we CIRCUIT. hassee.

knf> >C'.'K,; i iHiji fore, be a due proportion of vation, are associated with green leaves of a believe will be done in the shortest time on Spring Term- Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahas
t ter in the land, and if there is not, very poisonous character. The narrow long record. It will have to be run in.heats, one Sumter, 3d Monday in March. see.
;w'r. ; best way of supplying it is to sow leaves of the daffodil act as an irrotant competitor at a time." When he has se- Marion, 4th Monday in March. LEVY COUNTY. j

t ; : in rye, either in August or poison ; the delicate compound leaves of la- cured attention he ruffles his feathers, sepa- Putnam, 3d Tuesday, after 4th Monday in. County Judge W. H. Sebring

;;, : turned under the following burnum have a narcotic and acrid juice rates his wings slightly from his sides, and March. Clerk-J. M. Barco Bronson., Bronson;

,+ ;! will not only afford a covering to which causes purging, vomiting, and has off he starts at full speed, running a semi- Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.

I through the winter, but attain a not infrequently led to death. The narrow circle. Having covered the required dis- March. Assessor of Taxes-Louis

ble growth by the spring pr(> leaves of the meadow saffron or autumn tance, he returns to his companions at a Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in.. Collector of Ret'enlte-J. Appell Ira Gore, Bron on.

r : i' I .. turning under for spring crops, on crocus give rise to the utmost irritation of processional pace, as much as to : "Aftera March. Key. Cedar
say Fall _. _
'r is contemplated to commercial the throat, thirst, dilated pupils, with vom- performance like that yon ought to be just Superintendent- Schools-J. B.
: : only. Either this course should be iting and purging. The dangerous character thunderstruck." Bird after bird Monday in October. hall, Bronson. of Mtnden-

I or clover introduced>> occasionally, of aconite or monkshood leaves is doubtless through the evolution till evening, when goes Marion, Monday in October., MADISON .

't' : I tured the first year, cut for hay and I well known, but each generation of some retire to roost in the trees and others, Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Judge-R. :\Witherspoon COUNTY.County :
; I next, and the sod then inverted children requires instruction to avoid above with chicks! nestle among the sweet lemon Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. son. Madi-

'',, "-' ; same fall or the following spring, all things these large palm-shaped leaves, grass and fragrant' cuss-cuss. Those who Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in i Sheriff S. M. Hankins Madison.

,o l i, ; clover has started to grow. dark green on the upper surface. The utmost have studied guinea-fowl will notice that November. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison
a : The advantage which clover depression, often blindness, tinglingall they have at least l five very different modes SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-E. S.
t: .... over other crops for turning under over the body, parching and burning of of expression. The ordinary Come back, Spring Term- Madison. .. Tjrner.
'', .; t))0 power of gathering, through its the throat and stomach,are some of the hor- come back" is uttered partly to keep the Orange, 4th Monday in Jan y. County Trea.surer-8. S. Smith

j'. ., trogen from the atmosphere as rible symptoms which are preludes to death flock together and partly because it relieves Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Collector of Ret'e1me-\I. H. Madison
,:'.: 'j' : ; I tilizing material (through its roots) from this most deadly of vegetable poisons. the tedium of solitude when the birds Brevard, Monday in March. Warring, Jladison. -

,#:; ', ; : I subsoil and depositing it:in the Almost equally desirable is it to avoid the separate in search of food. Just in the same Dade, Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-B. D.
;"' .: '! :;.> I for the use of plants. Now, large ovate leaves of the foxglove. The manner the milk-maid and laborer sing to Fall Term- ison. )Iad.

;l:.r: : I the most costly material of : i heart has been known to be depressed so themselves, and the bullock-driver and the Orange, Monday in August.
_' is of exceedingly by the action of these leaves Volusia, 2d Monday in September. MANATEE COUNTY.
certainly no cheaper way as palanquin-bearers relieve the loneliness of
.Xf. 1' than through the agency of clover, to beat only seventeen times a minute, with I their journey by grunts and criesand chants. Brevard 4th Monday in September. Clerk-Robert County Judge-Z.S. Griffith T. Crawford, Manatee.
too at cost of almost the pupils of the widely dilated. In The Dade, 2 IttTfrvi : a nothing as eyes a cluck of the hen is in a higher pitch i Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
.1" : : : and roots of clover contain it in case of this kind it cannot be too forcibly than thatof the barn-door fowl and is -----,-- Assessor
so Taxes-S. J.
,r;,,l. 1 o; :' i ble quantity, to be only increased recollected that the sufferer should be kep'tstrictly the call of the cock when he wishes to sum- County Officers. Collector of of Ret'enue-\arion Tyler Bradentown G.

..".';;' ), ',. -; : the process of their decomposition lying down, to save the strength of mon his family to some delicacy. Warning ALACHUA COUNTY. Popash. Carlton,

:\ ; i ', soil.To the heart as much as possible. The leavesof of danger is conveyed by an exclamation of County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward
8*('f "; ., be able, therefore, to enrich the pasque-flower (Anemone pulsatUla) kitti-kitti-kitti-kitti," which, when taken ville. Pine Level. ,

,1 : :\ I in the most economical manner, and of various species of ranunculus (crow- I up by a whole flock, resembles a concert of Clerk-J. A. Carlisle Gainesville.
\ 1 ib I, practical experience directed by foots) are to be named as being injurious, kettledrums. The fifth note is that of in- Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. COUNTY.
'{It"J( 'I telligence; and that we are ap and belonging to attractive flowers. terrogation. Perhaps a hawk's shadow Assessor of W. County Judge-Samuel Marshall, Ocala
axes-George Hawthorne
S} .t ; .- n period when we shall be able to Leaves of coarse weeds, however, providean skims across the ground, and the Galliums Hawthorne. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.

;:srri: fertility of the soil at much less abundant. quota of danger; but frequently take refuge in the cover. There is absolute I. Collector Revenue H. Sheriff-A. B. Crutchfield.<< Ocala.
of C. Denton
srriKi'il; j n, ,. ; heretofore there can be no their strong scentand bitter or nau- silence till there is reason to suppose that ville. Gnines- Assesstor of lares-Thomas Barco Cotton

',_ x. more Sun. seous taste crive timely w.irninsrasrainst their the Peril is over. Then one, little. Wtttlp-1.. Superintendent Schools Plant.
: of -W. N. Sheats
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being consumed. Of all British ; of Ret.'enue-Frederick N.
our ordersof head after another is poked out of the foliage Gainesville. Foy,
;, Ocala.
.; l AGRICULTURAL plants, perhaps the Umbelliferous order anda hi'h- itched note, uttered soft-
contributes the COUNTY. Superintendent, of Schools-H. C. Martin
rankest and most wide- ly, leaves no doubt that ,
t., LAVING OFF A FARM.-Where the spread elements of danger. The tall hem- each other if all is right.they The Gentleman's are asking County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Fort McCoy.

'( ': i without water for the stock and it lock is everywhere known to be poisonous, Magazine. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. MONROE COUNTY.

'Rt 'r conveniently done, a very good and it is one of the most abundant occu- Sheriff-U. C. Herrdon, Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.

'. tr be to lay it off into triangular pants of the hedge. A peculiar mousy' GENERAL DIRECTORY. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West.

+ .running to the same point in the odor can generally be recognized on squeezing derson. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West.
i where should be an inclosure, the leaves which are deep green in color United States Officers.LAND Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, Assessor of Taxes-V,'alter C. Maloney, Jr.,

'a s., ; a pump, the latter for supplying and trebly compound, the small lobes being OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sanderson. Key West.:
; .f, in different fields at one and the lanceolate and deeply cut. It is said that Register-L. A.- Barnes, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Collector of Revenue-Walter C. Maloney

.. : r eration, and the inclosure for the mousy smell can be detected in water Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Olustee. Jr., Key West.Superintendent.
;' : r stock at night, and thus not only containing not more than a fiftythousandthpart Sttrveyor-General-\falachi Talla- BRADFORD COUNTY. of Schools--J. V. Harris.: Key

ill :.:.; f protection to the sheep, but saving of the juice. Hemlock is but an irri- hassee. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. West.:

; t tity of valuable manure which tant to any sore place, and a general nar- DISTRICT COURT. 'lerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. NASSAU COUNTY.
ft! 'o :', t wise be lost.GETTING cotic poison, producing headache, imperfect Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff- W. Tumhlin, Starke. County; Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan

\ ,:' RID OF RO.CIIA vision, loss of power to swallow, and extreme Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Assessor of Ta.xes-X. C. Wainwright, Lake dina.

;; 1 z ,',r.' i remedy for these pests is said to drowsiness, with complete paralysis Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Butler. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
.'. recently discovered. It is simply voluntary muscles and muscles of respi- INTERNAL REVENUE. Collector of Revenue-Buuberry Haynes, Sheriff()=John A. Ellermann. Fernandina.

k ."": the peelings of green cucumbers ( ration. The water dropwort, too, a flou- Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. Assessor of Tares-Wm. H. Garland Fer-

't ":,i', : very thin) over the places they ishing ditch-plant ; the water hemlock (Ci- COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, i nandina.

': ":. t I night. Laying them cut side up. the virosa. ), fol'sparsleEthusfl( cY"fl.pium), John W. Howell, Fernandina. Starke. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott Fer

t .... l i will at once pounce upon and be ranked among our most dangerous Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John BREVARD COUNTY. nandina.
,c :' '. poisonous plants belonging to the Umbelli- F. House Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
sucking out the moisture, which is St. Augustine. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City
(. ',' the ferous order. The fool's-parsley leaves are Joseph Hirst Cedar Point. botham, Callahan.
+ t I. poisonous. Repeat remedy for Key. _. ..
c mistaken for -
I'y ie .. i three nights, after which time there genuine parsley, Ulerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusvilie. ORANGE COUNTY.
,. '.. :.': r : be a roach to be,seen. This is an their nauseous odor and darker leaves State Officers. Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. :Moses, Georgian County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.

"W' t' to get rid of them, and may be well prevent this. The Nightshade order na. Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.

,;r .,,}l trying. is another with dangerous and often ex- EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.a Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.

1a k: STABLE FLOORS.-A noted tremely poisonous leaves. Indeed, no night- Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. lando, Orange county.Superintendent Assessor of Taxes-James> M. Owens, Fort
'. .mil'I can be regarded as safe; while the Lieutenant-Governor Livingston W. Bethel of Schools-A. Grady La Reid, Fla.Collector.
in the Live-Stock Journal
{ says : deadly nightshade, with its oval uncut Key West.Secretary .
tried Grange. of Revenue-Richard II. Marks
: : all kinds of floors for horse
j soft, smooth and stalked is in the of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee CLAY COUNT Sanford.
and with the
ever of
highest degree to be avoided. Henbane and
'; concrete, plank is the only one I Gnarly Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beek,
thorn-apple again with their and
.. large:; Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Fort Reid.
) i. keep dry, and I prefer it to the uch-in ented leaves Park.
; '.:. : for-if it is not absurd to use the bers of the 'dangerous are classes.conspicuous Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle, Tallahassee. Clerk-O. A. Bnddington, Green Cove PUTNAM COUNTY.
: I sion-it is the most elastic. contain juice which is both narcotic hassee.AttoTney-General-George Raney, Talla- Springs. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
: plank for many years, and I acrid Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
causing and
vomiting, pain Commissioner Lands-P. W. White.Tallahassee.
purg of .
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T discover that it injured my horses Even elder-leaves and privet-leaves Springs.Assessor Sheriff-Thomas Shall).
of Taxes-Wm. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
1 Conway
t i least. Kingsley.
produce active and injurious irritation
'- j Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Collector Revenue Wm. Collector
: .'" : MAKING BUTTER.-Butter that eaten. Foster Tallahassee. of S. Plummer, of Ret'enlte-Joseph Price.

i,t. well washed in the churn when The leaves of the arun or cukoo-pint, Adjutant-General, Yonge Tallahassee Maxville. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
: Schools Strickland.
Superintendent of M. F.
: ; cold water until Geiger,
lumps-using the arrow-shaped and glossy, have often BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.
hj :.::: milk is all extr.1cted-will not ( death. Two are sufficient to produce Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Middleburg. TAYLOR COUNTY.
t; r.:. working, and be less liable to have reat pain, vomiting, etc. One of the very COLUMBIA COUNTY. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
County Judge-W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Sheriff Thomas Osteen
City. ,
h' ', :1' look it acquires from being symptoms is a great ,
swelling Clerk R. C.
t Clerk-John Vinzant Clerk John C.
Lake Calhoun.
City. Perry.
much, especially with the hand. It of the tongue from the amount of irrita-
Drew AstorBuilding
Agent-Columbus ,
% Special Sheriff 3. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.
ts- require less salt to keep it, and ; children's tongues be-
especially may Jacksonville.
Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers,Lake Perry.County.
; City.
that swollen
:, h A fine waxy appearance which so that the swallowing of
SUPREME COURT. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Trea.surer-D. S. Sutton Perry.
; : great a part of the attractiveness or of emetics is very difficult. In Chief Ju.stice--E. M. Randall Jacksonville. ,
gilt-edge butter. .h case, the administration of melted Superintendent of Schools JuliusPotsdamer, County Survei/or-D. N. Cox, Perry.
Associate Ju.stice-J. Westcott jr. Tallahas-
butter Lake City. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee Perry.
freely proved beneficial
Assessor of Tares-8. H.
DUVAL COUNTY. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
; The character of the soil has no after vomiting has taken place freely, see.Associate Ju.stice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgb, County Judge-William A. McLean Jack
I, ; : P i. in the rearing of animals. The coffee should be given. Savin and Jacksonville. sonville. JOHN'S COUNTY.Cminty .

?f .,: a certain percentage of phosphates leaves are both most poisonous, yew Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.Sheriff" tine. Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
:vf 1 that to perfect the formation of bone narcotic well as acrid, although it CIRCUIT JUDGES. Uriah Bowden Jacksonville.

is the main point in raising horses vulgarly supposed that the fresh leaves First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Assessor of Taxes-A. J., Prevatt, Jackson Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
not injurious-a mistake from which Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
1 plow or sport. It is this which sacola. ville.
&1itj tucky soil so wonderfully adapted e have suffered. With regard to treat- Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Collector of Ret'enuefoses J. Brown Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St.

; rearing of horses, and which, in cases of poisoning by leaves, if no see. Jacksonville. Augustine. ;
Ti is at hand, produce vomiting till all Collector of Rel"en1le-.To eph F. Llambias,
.j 4 the! enterprise of its horsemen, has i it. Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- '
so famous for its production of good matter is expelled ; and when con- Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sell Jacksonville. St. Augustine.
sleepiness or drowsiness has come Superintendent of Sr.'hools-C. F. Perpall,
WET BOOTS.-When wet boots give strong tea or coffee and ville.Fifth HAMILTON COUNTY. St. Augustine.
again bring ,
Circuit-James B. Dawkins Gaines-
1h ; off at night fill them with dry vomiting ; then stimulate and rouse the ville. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY.
: have a great affinity for dampness, 1 in Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper.
'i, t'i? rapidly<< absorb the last vestige of it every possible way. Sixth Circuit-H. Mitchell, Tampa. Sheriff- James M. Duncan, Jasper. County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg.
Finally, we would say, do not too readily Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke Sanford Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Lcesburg.
h t wet leather, in doing which the grain > ard leaves as harmless because Assessor of T".xes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum.
? and fills the boot with you may Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
as a hear Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod
of ,
or in which
i74 cases
no injury Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster.
keeping it in good form and dr resulted Court Calendar.FIRST << Columbia County.Superintendent .
from eating them. From the
Collector of Ret'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton
leather without it in the
r ,. i of almost every kind of leaf we have CIRCUIT. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob Sumterville.
+ the morning shake out the oats, Fall Term- erts, Ancrum.
repeated deaths have been
,; the boots near the fire to dry after and none of them can be eaten oc- Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY.County Sumterville.Superintendent of Schooh-A. C. Clarke.

there will be no difficulty in impunity.-Chambers' Journal. Walton, 4th Monday in October. Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE
x, on. Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday ville. COUNTY.
County Judge-)I. M. Blackburn Live
+ CIDER VINEGAR.-After expressing : in October. Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Oak. ,
cider from the i THE GUIXEA-FowL.-Thegninea-fowl came Washington 2d Monday after 4th
pomace pour as Monday Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Clerk-Robert A. Reid Live Oak.
i water on the as have from Africa and Madagascar. It in October. Assessor laxes
pomace you I of -Frank E.Saxon, Brooks John
Sheriff R.
cider, and let it stand until it been known for centuries in Europe, Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ville. Sessions, Live Oak.
i', '.1 then the esteemed for its flesh and the fine flavor October. Collector Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wei-
j slightly, express pomace of Revenue-F1. Townsend, born.
mix the product with the cider. i its eggs, as well as for its graceful shape Escambia. Monday in December. Brooksville.
4 barrels, leaving the bung open, spotted plumage. Sir William Jardine, This act amended section 2 of act of February Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Live Oak. of Revenue-Robert F. Allison
stand in the sun for a day or two is true, calls "simple Susan's guineahen" 10, 1879, and does not change the Fort Dade.
bung up tightly and remove to the clumsily formed bird, but Oliver Gold- I Spring Term. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Superintendent Oak. of Schools-J. O. C. Jones

1 It will require from six to eight ; whose taste was as good as Sir Wil I THIRD CIRCUIT. County Judge-II. L. Crane, Tampa.
s, that it has "a fine VOLUSIA COUNTY.
become good vinegar. says delicate Spring Term- Clerk-Wm. C. Brown
." It has been known Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler Enter-
a f,+ of under the Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise. ,
Meleagris. Numidian fowl
POISONOUS and April. Assessor of Taxes S. E.
Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk
-John W. Dickins
Pierre Belon de Mans
says Madison 2d Monday in April.
of Ret'enue-'V. F. Buns
Beset as children and the Tampa. Sheriff-'V. A. Cone
Meleagris was a turkey. But this is Hamilton 4th Monday in Enterprise.
Superintendent Schools W.P.
says Land and Water, by dangers refuted by Mr. Broderip who Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. of Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-
cannot measure, and can hardly be that turkeys were imported with in April. prise.

for falling into, it is a wonder and potatoes by the discoverers of Columbia 3d Monday after 4th JEFFERSON. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan. De-
they so seldom incur fatal and were therefore unknown to in April.Lafayette. Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.

than that they should sometimes eat ancients neither were they introduced 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Sheriff-1'Clerk-W. C.B.Bird Simkins, Monticello., Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,
of character. The
an injurious the Jesuits from India to Europe. The in April. Enterprise.
rule for children to observe is Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor,
never guinea-fowl is said to have but one Fall Term- Monticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
anything that they have not been ty He shares with the female the labor Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
County Trermtrer-'V.. Girardeau :Mon
assured is wholesome by their incubation and the care of the young. October. ticello. Sheriff W. H. Walker Crawfordville.

No doubt it is an excellent thing th diligently seeks food for his family! and Madison, 2d Monday in October. Collector Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
dren should be so well nourished as defend them from marauders with his Hamilton 4th Monday in October.Suwannee ticello. of P..a'enue-Joseph Palmer, :\10n- Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
move to a large extent the temptation During the heat of the day he Crawfordville.
1st after 4th
tg Monday Assessor of Taxes J. P. Grantham
wild leaves. Moreover modern sand-bath Wan County
t to rid himself of the parasites in October. keenah. Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw
.. has brought. into perfection so many ] infest him, and when the sun begins Columbia 3d after4th fordville.
Monday Monday in
.. vegetables, that we are enabled to ea sink he disports himself'with his com October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-t-W. H. Walker,Craw-
:; natural dislike to the juices of in innocent games. His voice County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. fordville. ,
., Lafayette, 6th Tuesday, after 4th Monday Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker
; plants on the side of caution, as metallic, is capable of modulation, in October. '. ;. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New, New Troy.Troy. fordville.Assessor of Ta.resR' Reynolds., Craw-

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-- ---: \ '. the NEW SHORT LINE via the' Florida DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN
i Satisfies the most CuliJloat ni a prrMrt Hair Return and Central and Western Railroad.
Commissioner's Sale. I>re.ainf. Admired GKitelerwliue.saaJelr-ant1)'rtaine. Through tickets via this line at the Com -
liner Falls to Kestore key or Faded flair
VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF, OR to&he youthful color. SO t"Ls.lllld$1 tlz<*nt all druggist pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7
BY decree of the Circuit Court., Fourth West Bay Street.; BLOOD SYRUP

Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau County W. M. DAVIDSON, >
granted by His Honor, James M. Baker, General Manager,
Judge of said Court, on the lath day of Get Jacksonville, Fla.. Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels
July, A. D. 1883, in the suit of Louis! A. WILLIAM 0. AMES,
Davis vs. C. J. Davis and Anna Davis we Gen'l Passenger Agent, Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its

will sell at public outcry, in front of the Jacksonville, Fla.j. efficacy in healing the above named diseases and
court-house in the city of Kernandina. Nas- t frr s. MCELROY,
sau County. Florida, on the first Monday in g Y.' Master Transportation, 1 pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man.
September. A. D. 1883, being the third day Tallahassee, Fla.TDIE .

of the month, the following described real t d i
estate situated and being in said County of CARD GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.
Nassau State of Florida, that is, that portion -
of the Orange Bluff or James Rouse OF THE Trade Mark.Laboratory.

tract, in section number one ((1)), township es FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR AGENTSWANTED.SU
four ((4)), north of range ((24)) twentyfoureast RAILROADAND

and lying described westward as of that the portion ice-house of saidtract and At. l'j 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.

trees blazed, the line beginning at the west- FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R.R.
ward corner of the ice-house and running I 'JA i In Effect July 2d, 1883. _. CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
as per trees blazed to the back line of the lager* llnrJiH, Mandrake,iSlilliiigia and Indian Dr. Clark Blood JOh1l.3n&1.1y children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
said tract. many of the l let medicines! known ate here com GOING SOUTH. Syrup completely cured them. .

Sold for partition. Purchaser to pay for binedintoameiicineuf such varied and effective Leave Fernandina......................11.00 a.m. 46 RUDIE CANTLER.
titles. powers as to jiuLe\ the! Greatest Blood Puriner&the Leave Hart's Road......................11.40a.m.
WILLIAM T. RUSSELL, Best Health and Strength Restorer Ever Used.It Leave Callahan.......................... 12.40p.m.
JAMES E. DAVIS, cures Dyspepsia:, Rheumatism,sleeplessness, Leave Dutton........................ ..... 1.07p.m. GUARANTEED TO CURB ALL CASES OF
JACKSON MIZELL, all Kidneys diseases, and of the all Stomach Female Complaints.If Rowels: Lungs. ,Liver, Leave Brandy Branch ................. 'i.22p.ru. INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE BILIOUSNESS;

Commissioners. you are waiting away with Consumption or Arrive Baldwin.......................... 1.45p.m. MM.3t DYSPEPSIA COSTIVENESS SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH, '
Fernandina, Fla., August 1st, 1883.Commissioner's any disease, use the TONIC to-day. It will surely Leave Baldwin............................, 2.10p.m. .--=-'***-. ENLARCED SPLEEN COLIC &G.
hdp)'ou. Fc-nember it is far superior to Bitters, Leave Maxville..........................2.35. p.m. Rer.J R. Graves, Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," J. R. Johnson. M. D.. of Abbeville. Miss., Aug. ,
Sale.BY Essences of Ginger and other Tonics, as it buildsup Leave Highland.........................; 2.56 p.m.Leave Liver Memphis Medicine,Tenn.,says and:have 1 received used about a package half of your L U.1882, says and:have 1 am a graduate of Georgia Medical!
the without int.xicating. and$z of it. It j College practiced thirty-five I use
system > 500. ...........................;. years.
VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE sizes,at all dealers in drugs.! None genuine without Lawtey 3.12p.m. works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator f your medicine tn my practice. It is not only a good: I
signature of Hi cox&Co.,NY. Se-d(or circular Leave Temple's.................. ........ 3.281'.111. and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture.liev. Liver Medicine,but it isa sovereign remedy for Uux. j

Nassau Hon.County H. J.Florida Baker,, I County will sell Judge to the of LARGE SAVING IN BUYING THE DOLLAR SIZE. Arrive Starke.............................. ............ Aug. tG. E.,says A, Hnffins: It is,the Franklin.best medicine Kr. I 0 S Rev.C.,J J.an.8.'82.Beaaley says: ,I of have Summerton.used Zeil-j

Leave Starke .............................. 3.36 p.m. I nave ever taken in my life. It ins preparation a great deal but find |.
highest bidder, in front of the Court-House: Leave Thurston .......................... 3.48p.m. is curing me of Dyspepsia.Send me your medicine altogether superior .
door of Nassau County on the firsfMondayin another package. Must have it. in its effect on the ystem.The best.
A. D. 1883 the following real P ATENTS obtained for new inventions Arrive Waldo.............................. 4.10 p.m. '- Rer. J. L. Brittain, of Blonntsville. j Dr. S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist Memphis.
September -- or for improvements in old Leave Waldo.............................. 4.20 p.m. siig Ala.. March 1S82,says: I suffered with Tenn.,says "Have sold it 30< --"$; my predecessor j
estate belonging to the estate of Nelson Parker ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m. ? torpid liver and costiveness and your sold it many years before me.That: this medicine is a j
medicine cured me My wife has used It L the true and
deceased, situate lying and being in the good on no one can deny;and that it is j
described all patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Arredondo ........................, 5.24 p.m. with admirable effect sick-headache I genuine'Simmons Liver Medicine'none dare gainsay
of Nassau and State of Florda, -
county Little INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Batton............................. 5.36p.m. Original ati Only Genulae. EsUto. 1810.
as follows : That portion of
: REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m. r Put up in 25c. and 31.packages
forty-even ) ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- Leave Bronson ............ ............... 6.21 p.m. and bottles by
( ) ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- Leave Otter Creek........................ 6.51 p.m. 3.F.SIMMONS& CO..ST.Lout ,Mo(
((28)) twenty-eight east, that is contained in
half NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- Leave Rosewood..... ................... 7.30 p.m.
lots one (1)), one and a ((1}), two ((2)).
and six and ents in less time than those who are remote Arrive Cedar Key....................... 80.2 p.m.
three (3)), three a half ((3}), ((0)) from
seven ((7)), according to map, showing subdi- Washington.When GOING NOKTH.
Inventors send model sketch COLLINS" CON HARTFORDEstablished
visions of said island, containing 23 77-100 we make search in the Patent Office or and, Leave Cedar Key............................7.00 a.m.

acres, more or less. advise to its Leave Rosewood......................... 7.38a.m.
as patentability free of charge
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for titles.J. Correspondence confidential fees Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.13 a.m. 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
; reason-
A. EDWARDS, able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT- Leave Bronson.. .............. ........... 855am.
Commissioner. ENT IS OBTAINED. Leave Archer.............................: 9.25 a.m.
Fernandina, Fla., August I, 1883. We refer by permission to the City Post Leave Batton ..............................9.42 a.m.

master, and to the Superintendent of the Leave Arredondo .......................; 9.57 a.m.
AX ORDINANCE IN RELATIONTO Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Leave Gainesville......................10.24 a.m.

DOGS. ington. For special references, circular,service Arrive Waldo.............................11.13 a.m.
E IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYORand terms, etc., addressC. Leave Waldo........................... ..11.25 a.m. ..I ,
B Council of the City of Fernandina : A. SNOW & CO., Leave Thurston.........................11.54 p.m.
SECTION 1. That no dog shall be allowedto Opp.Patent Office. \Va hinton. T>/\ 2tf Arrive Starke............................. .............
run at large in the city of Fernandina Leave Starke..............................12.15 p.m.
without a license has first been obtained HORACE. DREW, Leave Temples.........................12.24 p.m.
from the Collector of Revenue for the city. Leave Lawtey ............. ..............12.48 p.m. =
and a collar and badge obtained, such as B ooltscllcr, Stationer, Leave Highland......................... 1.10 p.m.
may be provided by order of the City Council Printer and Kinder. Leave Maxville........................... 1.35 p.m.
; such license to be due and paid for on Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.05 p.m.
; or before the first day of August each year- School Books and Orange Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.30p.m.
one dollar and fifty cents.! Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.55 p.m.
f SEC. 2. It shall be the duty of the Marshal NOW A SPECIALITY. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.15 p.m.

, (or police) to take up any dog runningat Leave Callahan..... ..................... 4.05 p.m.
i large, not so provided with collar and ;.ir Liberal discounts to Teachers and Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.50 p.m. OFPicks
'i badge and. impound or take care of such Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.25 }P.ni. Axes Hatchets

" dog forty-eight hours. When the owner of application. Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR .
!such dog can be found notice shall be givenby 59 W. BAY STREET, ,

the Marshal or police, and if the owneror JACKSONVILLE. FLA AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
( any other person for them) shall procure DIVISION

a collar and badge ot the Collector and pay RAILROADS. GOING SOUTH \. I TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.

1\ the fees due (the Marshal 25 cents for arrest ---- --------- --------------- ---- Leave Waldo Junction......*......:.... 4.1 p.m.

" of dog and 15 cents each day for keeping the FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Dixie... .......... .................. 4.40"p.m.. Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS
same), the Marshal shall turn over the dogto Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57 p.m. ,
said claimant. Whenever any dog not FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. U. Leave Lochloosa.......................... 5.15 p.m. Of all sizes and Price :: m $j "j $ J'' Also, Plowing Machines.

above provided for shall be seized by the Leave Orange Lake.................... 5.42p.m. Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &.c.,
:Marshal or police, as directed, the Marshal JACKSONVILLE July 1st, 1883. Leave Anthony Place.................. 6.07 p.m. by writing to the makers,
shall make such disposition, by :sale or killing /COMMENCING: this date, Trains on this Leave Silver Spring..................... 6.35 p.m.
discretion., as may be ordered by the Mayor in his \J road and its connection will run as fol- Leave Ocala............... ................. 7.00p.m. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.

lows: Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m.
Sx'.3. No vicious shall be allowedto
dog Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m. I
run at large, with or without a badge; WESTWARD.No. STOVES TIN-WARE ETC.
and any owner that allows such a dog to goat No. 1. GOING NORTH. \ &.\ .__________n_,_____ ,_ ______

large shall be liable to a fine of not exceeding Accorn.fail.. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m. \ ULDS I
Leave Jacksonville...... 1' P. STKEETY
7.30 p m 1.30 p m Leave Lake \\ ,
twenty-five dollars, on conviction before Weir Station........ ..... 7.25 a.m. '
the :Mayor. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45 p m 2.14 p m Leave Ocala................................. 8.30 a.m. \ I '
Lake .......... Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
SEC. 3. All Ordinances or parts of Ordi- City. 1.10am 4.53pm I Leave Silver Spring...... ............... 8.48a.m.
Live Oak............ '
nances conflicting with the provisions of 3.15am 5-55 p rn Leave Anthony Place................. 9.15a.m. /, BULLIONS I i iI FERNANDINA FLA.
Madison ............ ,
this Ordinance are hereby repealed. 7.42pm Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43a.m. OF THESE {
Dri fton........ ......
Passed !first second and third readings, 7.20 a m 9.05 pill Leave Lochloosa................... .....10.10a.m.
and adopted, July 25. lK :3. *' Monticello........ 0.35pm Leave Hawthorne.......................10.29! a.m. For FLORISTS and :
FUEl W. 1IOYT, Tallahassee......... 9.05am 10.30pm Leave Dixie................................10.47 a.m. AMATEURS.Dutch
President >ro left of Council. Leave Tallahassee........ 10.45: pm Arrive Waldo Junction .. -
i .. ...........11.10 a.m..
Attest: Arrive Quincy .............11.05 a m 12.00 pill Bulbs Japan:
[SEAL] WM. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. Chatta. River_....12.10pm 1.00am Trains daily_, _except__ Sunday Bulbs, French Bulbs,
Approved : Leave River Junction... 1.10 a m ci American Bulbs. AlsoPlantsforiteenhousea

C. A. HALEY, Mayor. Arrive Marianna.......... 2.41 a m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. -and M Window Gardens, "
Pensacola........... 9.30am GOING 1 '
:Montgomery..... 8.50 m SOUTH. BEAUTIFUL, HIRAM SIBLEY& CO. :
In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial p Leave Fernandina...... .
Circuit Florida. Mobile.............. 4.25pm 2.00p.m. 7.15p.m.Leave Catalogue SEEDSMEN, i i
Hart's Road...... .
2.3.3 p.m;, 7.48 p.m. Ian j BnLLL R .Cps'
New Orleans... 10.15pm FREE I BochesterN.Y.&CMcagoIlLJAMAICA I IDO"W"'S ,NN ,} w
FRED W. HOYT and W. O. Anive Jacksonville....
3.37p.m. 8.45p.m.
Houston........... 0.50am
Partners as Fred W. Hoyt & Co.,

versus No. 4. No. 2. Leave Jacksonville..... 7.30a.m. 4.15p.ra.
II. D. FOX and S. L. BURNS. Partners as
Fox & Burns. Accom. Mail. Leave Hart's Road...... 8.30a.m. 5.20p.m. GINGER CORDIAL
AND BY VIRTUE OF Arrive Jacksonville....... 8.25am 3.00pm Arrive Fernandina.... 9.05a.m.: 6.00p.m. !
UNDER AN Baldwin............. 0.50am 2.02pm Trains double l daily except Sunday. I
i issued in the .
Judicial Lake City: .......... 3.00am 11.38am NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Florida '. SUNDAY TRAINS. IS but contains all the medicinal HEATERS RANGERS
proper-J STOVES
Live Oak........... 1.25am 10.37am ,
in a suit wherein Fred W. Iloyt and :Madison ............11.05pm 9.12am Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.00a.m. ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It :
W. 0. Jeffreys are plaintiffs, and R. D. Fox Drifton............... 9.05pm: 7.30am Arrive Fernandina.....................10.25 a.m. is very pleasant to take, and I TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE .
and S. L. Burns arc defendants. I have lev- 44 :Monticello ......... 8.00 a m Leave Fernandina........................5.00 p.m.
t'tlllpon and will sell at public auction, in Tallahassee......... 7.15pm 6.05: a m Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25 p.m. CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, ROOFING AND GUTTERING,

trout of the Court-House the first in the citof Fcriiandina Leave Tallahassee ........ G.38 p m 5.55: a m COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC, PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.A .
on Monday of"August, Arrive Quincy....._...... 5.20 pIll 4.45 a m CONNECTIONS.AT .
1SS3 being the sixth day of said month the DIARRHEA DYSENTERY
Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p in 3.45 a m large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
X- 5.11'/ i Sec. 35, T. 3 N. R. 20 E.-483
Levied the Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 a IIIfarianna. FERNANDINA, FLA., PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, call, and compare my prices with those of
acres. upon as property of Fox :\ .......... 1.39am other houses, here or elsewhere.
al 1 f With New York and Fernandina Steam-
: Hums
to satisfy said judgment, togetherwith Leave Pensacola........... 7.15 p m and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat- :
interest and cst of suit. Terms cash ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8a.m.,11.35
Leave Montgomery..... 8.30 a m ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy I
purchaser paying for title. Leave :Mobile.............. 2.00pm a.m., or 6.15 p.m. ; and for New action. Sold by BOOTS AND SHOES.
J. A. ELLERMANN, York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.or .
Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m PALMER BRO'S, ,
Sheriff Nassau County.Fernandina. Leave Houston........... G.15pm 5.50 p.m. Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.0ar ; Jtii"'" THE NEW STOltE. "
With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah
Fla., July 7, 1883. -
Trains 1 and 2 Trains 3 and 4 "
; dailyexcept Also for DOW'S JAMAICA t
Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT Agents -

NOTICE. SOLID Sunday.TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. CALLAHAN.To without GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made 22 ::s { W. F. WOOD, Jr., SC
CREDITORS, LEGATEES AND SLEEPING C.UtShulison: to Pensacola. and from Savannah and Charleston at !,

ALL entitled to distribution of the CONNECTIONS. 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m. O. S. OAKES > \ Proprietor }. E]
At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by j ,
estate of \\'m. Marson, deceased are hereby AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
I notified No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the m., for "' 4 (
to present their claims duly authenticated p. To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, ,:
within two years from date or the all points North and East; with the Fernan- C> Car >
same will be barred. dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE, MANUFACTURES-
JOHN A. ELLERMANN, dina ; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m. and 2.40p.
Executor.Fernandina the St. Johns River. m. DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF :IIF:

Fla., June 28, 1883. At Baldwin, by No. 1 and 2 with Florida AT WILDWOOD. ALL SIZES. 1 s
Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand Post Office Box 174. <<:::::!! ",
NOTICE.SIX Ocala, Leesburg., Cedar Key, and all Tampa daily except Sunday. jan4 Fernandina, Fla ''-'"-1-" ';

Gulf Ports. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg ANDS
WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida HO FOR THE BEACH.
to the Judge of the County Courtin & Western Railroad.At daily except. Sunday.AT .1 SJI

and for the County of Nassau, Fla., for Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch CEDAR KEY, FLA., AND A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe

letters of administration on the estate of Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -: : :E1C ,
Nelson Parker deceased. nnlays. for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp. three,elegant Omnibuses of McGinn
F. C. SUIIRER. At' Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and & Rawson can be secured for private partieson
Fernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. 6 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna Pen- Friday. very reasonable terms, at any hour,either ; : > C> itp

sacola, :Mobile :Montgomery, New Orleans With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key day or night. t
Administrator's Notice. and all points in the \Vest, Southwest and West and Havana, every Saturday 4 p. m.; 26IcGIXXIS & RAWSON.To I Fernandina}}
SIX WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL Northwest-forming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. I :
to the Honorable Judge of the QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates Rent. I
bounty Court for lettersof administration of points; and with the. Central and People's etc., apply to The property known as Sanborn's Stores.. :B { Cor. Centre & Third. S
the estate of Spicer C. Braddock deceased. Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A. 0. MAcDONELL, Apply for particulars to .
JOHN OWENS. Apalachicola. and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor Gen'l) Ticket: and Pass. Agent.D. A. B. No YES.

Fernandina, Fla., July 2, 1883. Columbus and Eufaula. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 12 Fernandina July 15-tf. jSS TIIE NEW STOKE t.


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TTT.h V' z' t :I .

to1t{ +'r j 1 THE FLORIDA MIRROR. and Alderman Avery, who give their ser- LIFE'S COMIC SIDE. CLEARED.

vices unstinted to the welfare of ourbeauti-
: ,,1ojo- Aug. 26-S. P. St. Nicholas. :Fitzgerald. Sa-
ful little city. Fernandina is in Edith : A first-class summer resort is '
today abound one vannah with and
.O0 A YEAR freight
; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS ; passengers -
,' ,. 't'Ir' f :. financial and sanitary condition, andas at which the cottagers will not speak to the by C. A. Haley.

1 { I' t.. long as we have these able representatives hotel guests. A second-class resort is one 27-Bark Zingure'lln (Am.),.Deveraux,
I at which the hotel will
J Reflections. guests not speak to
I f 6{ r a .t in the City Council the the Guadaloupe ; lumber, by J. C.
x ti I' peoplecan rest I cottagers. resort is one at Read.
: \ satisfied that their interests which everybody tries to havea tin "
will good
be guarded H.; 28-S. P. St. Nicholas Sa-
4 ;1 t Old Town has split on the cattle question. Philadelphia News.Conclusive Fitzgerald, SEEK
with the utmost vigilance.Old vannah ; with freight and pas-

-.1 ; t W. Baily Tucker returned from his trip to proof: "Whatmakes you sengers, by C. A. Haley

; r. the Catskills this week. *- f1 Town and the Cattle Nuisance.The think your father was crazy at the time of 30-S. S. State of Texas, J. Risk, 1,210
? amendment executing his last testament?'' asked the tons, New York ; freight and
to the cattle
r ; I Emil O. Friend and returned from ,
4"si family Judge'of a witness in a contested will }passengers,by R.W. Southwick,
case. .
)u ; their visit to Ohio Thursday. referred to in the proceedings of Council, Becanse," answered the young man, agent. health and avoid sickness.

I T. S. Eells, Underwriters' of Jacksonville was introduced by Mr. Avery upon the petition promptly, "my father was a' dyed-in-the- 30-S. P. St. .Nicholas, Fitzgerald Savannah Instead of feeling tired and
Agent, -
of a number of residents of Old Town, wool Democrat, and he was always talking with freight and pas-
: ,;" i ; .. ; was in the city yesterday. I complaining of the nuisance of the cattle about the: necessity" of running the old sengers, by C. A. Haley.IN worn out, instead of aches

; W. F. Wood, :Jr., moved this week into lying in the public streets of that borough ticket' again. -Brooklyn'Eagle. PORT. and pains, wouldn't you

: : his new store, on Centre street. at aU hours. The present cattle ordinance is Regrets : Miss Gushington (to young Bark Frithjof (Nor.), Hansen. rather feel fresh and strong?
widow whose husband has left Barkentine Elvina Curtis.
s For the nine days just past, no new cases operative only in a limited space within new tune)_" That is the fourteenth a mourning large for- Brig Mary E. Puwell, Mitchell.

pll, s:1: of yellow fever have appeared in Pensacola. town. The cattle owners of Old Town were costume I have seen you wear in three days, Sch. Tom Williams, Wheaton. You can continue feeling

: ., : Acting1a"or Suhrer informs us that the not willing to take care of their animals, and the other.each lovelier" Young and widow more becoming"Oh than Sch.Sch. John Ella Elliott M. Heynes/Hall., McFarland. miserable and good for no-
dog ordinance will be rigidly enforced after and made a counter petition, asking that my Scl,.
I have forty-but such a bother as they were Mary S. Allen, Butler. thing, and no one but your-
I this date. Council take no steps toward the prohibitionof to have made! At one time I almost wished self can find fault but if

r w 1' ': Mr. E. A. Protois, editor of the Leesburg the animals running at large. They had that poor., dear George hadn't died "_ Lost. you
r .' enlisted the Life. On Sunday, near the railroad office are tired of that kind of life,
rl I Bleu's-Advance, left via Western Texas for the services of Alderman Robinson, a

1 c'i ,, ':.,'', ', North yesterday.Florida who had the colored men in Council with Verbatim : Pray, my good man," saida by bunch returning of keys.them The to finder the Auditor's will be rewarded'Office: you can change it if you

him, and the Judge to an Irishman: who was a witnesson choose.
consequently amendment at railroad office.
d, has been awarded the first was
: premium a trial, "what did pass between and
.",\ for fruits and flowers at the Louis- killed. This is to be regretted, for Old the prisoner?" Oh, then plase your lord-

t r .. ville Exposition. Town is certainly entitled to the same pro- ship," said Pat, sure I sees Phelim atop of Wanted. How ? By getting one

tection from this nuisance as this city and the wall. 'Paddy !1" says he.. What?" By a lady of experience, a situation as bottle of BROWN' IRON BIT-
I :. James S. Christopher, Owner of Talbott if the cattle says I. Here'!T says he. Where?' says I. teacher of English branches and music.
:,,:. '!' ." j Island, died at his home on the island on are worth keeping at all, they Whisht, !!! says he. Hush 1!' says I. And Good references given. Adress. TERS,and taking it regularly]
are worth taking care of. Aside from this, that's all M.\ L.
f. .( I.. 4 Tuesday last, in his 64th year. plase your lordship.. -Chambers' Albany, Ga. according to directions.
some legislation this Journal.A
:"a on subject is desirable
.t .:- We to learn that Col. Leonard Dozier .
J. regret from a sanitary point of view. Boston Shingles.All
nptvsnanpr man. tvhito i\n the -
4 : I is seriously ill his farm the main- -- kinds at Mansfield Ohio, XOY.z6 .
.: on on summit of Mt. ,v sifrlgton'w ,i83:
.. ._ struck by 38-tf
FRED W. HOYT & Co's.For .
The City Council.. Gentlemen:-1 have suffered
' IUIIU, SUlllU sii miles from the city. lightning, and only slightly injured. Whena
.. 'l The regular weekly soiree of the book agent is struck by and pain in my side and back,and crcat
i city fathers lightning es-
Mrs. J. J. Dickison, wife of General Dick- Sale.A soreness on my breast with shoot-
came off Wednesday night. capes injury, the inference is that the elec- ing pains all through my body attended
, .... ; ison, formerly Adjutant-General of the tric bolt struck him on the cheek ; but in good horse and wagon. Apply toIP.s. with great weakness,depression -
: t ., State, is stopping at the Strathmore. Present: President of Council Hoyt and the case of a Boston newspaper man it is- ) EMMA FLETCHER of spirits and loss of appe

'': ::.: Aldermen Avery, Kelly, McDonald, Peter well, we can't always tell. The lightning:: Third Street. medicines tite. I have and taken several different
:! i The individual known_ generally as "Crazy said to have down Fernandina, August 11,1883tf.For was trc.ttedby p'jmtncnt -
Williams Robinson and King.A gone limping the mountain physicians formylivtr!i kid
: ii' Aaron," having been adjudged a lunatic, petition from a number of residents .noaning painful .-Nurriftown Herald. neys, and spleen,but I prot: no relief.! :
', .i was sent to the State Asylum Rent. I thought I would try Browi's Iron
I "
.' yesterday. Old Town was read, requesting Council, for A sad affair : You are a very martial One of the best Bitters; I have now taken oe lottle:
!' :' j Divers from Savannah are now at work reasons stated in the people," observed an English swell at New- truck-farms inthis section and a half and am about! v.'t'I!-pain
petition to take
; no port to a golden dude from the country. For particulars apply in side and back all gone-soreness
'f I raising the steel boilers out of the wreck of steps toward the prohibition of cattle run- Yath," returned the latter. we metropolis.licked the to MRS. EMM FLETCHER. all out of my brer.st,aid I have a

'1; ., ; the steamship City of Austin, on the bar. ning at large in that borough. I British in two wahs." "I didn't allude to Third Street. strength good appetite and flesh, and It am can gaining justly be in

\I',,," ': i A cargo of 500 tons of steel rails has been Under suspension of the rules, the following that," said the Briton "but to an expe- Fernandina, August 11, 1883-tf. called: the king of 1Jl ditinu.
rience I had last winter in Georgia/' "Aw "'
( !
,'f,' ,f shipped by the Scranton Steel Works for bills were ordered paid : "I went hunting with a party of gentlemen. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale., :

'",1 '. y the Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad. Sam Major, 6 hours sanitary work...$ .75 There weftrten .beside; myself. A fowling Tracts containing twenty acres each of

r".; ''l Ned Small, 6 day's work cutting piece exp liited in the midst. of us, and-" I choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is
;i \.;" The brush heaps just outside the city limits weeds......................................... 6 00 "Horwible!" "-and wounded nine col- suitable for orange growing and truck farm-
.1.. ;.1 I : were burned Thursday under the supervision Louis Capello 4 day's work cutting onels."-Bionklyn Eagle. ing, are now offered for sale. These lands composed of Iron in soluble

:. '! '','_ t of the Street Committee of Council. weeds............................................ 4 00 What, f.,that are very conveniently situated for transpor- form ; Cinchona the great
) $ thing? asked
: Alberti (6 day's work a dairyman tation
as day by water or rail, and will be sold tonic
. 1\\+ I The tug Athlete( arrived Thursday night scavenger....................................... 6 00 asa 'chrom/) peddler held up a picture in terms to suit. purchasers. Titles are on together with other
.:<, ': It ',} .'r I from Jacksonville, where she has been on George Demott, for nursing, etc.John which all the hues of the rainbow were displayed tionable. Also: valuable timber lands unques in standard remedies, making

:' ':: I the ways to receive her new machinery. Jackson, two weeks....................... 16 00 to harmony in reckless profusion, without" regard'' large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS a remarkable nonalcoholictonic
''l Sciper Williams, work at Huot mill or correctness. .A cow, replied -
\ ; ;! :::< I She is is now ready for business again. fire......... ...................................... .65 the smiling art connoisseur, with a Fernandina, Fla. which will cure Dys-
h .,f" : Colonel J. C. Read cleared this week the James Albert, work at Huot mill fire .65 show of pride. "A cow ?" gasped the milk pepsia Indigestion Malaria
handler well that's Livery Stable at ,
' 1)) I t the first; time I ever a Bargain.I
" '.1. 'f American bark ZlngareUn for the West Indies The Finance Committee! returned the following Weakness
J1t ," I \ saw a green cow browsing on salmoncolored offer at a bargain my entire establish- and relieve all
;' ::, .'J', t;!: J 1 with a cargo of 180.000 feet of yellow bills, with their approval, and they grass. Here. John !" he yelled to the ment in this city consisting of Carriages, Lung and Kidney diseases.

;;:,;,,'j :L' t. ,.' : pine lumber, valued at about $2,500. were ordered paid : hired man, "bring me the gun !" But Buggies!' Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage

;" I.! '" '' W. B. C. Duryee, for lumber..............$24 14 the chromo fiend climbed the fence and Horses, Harness, etc.
: : ; Mr. G. N. Sauss)- has lost a bunch of W. B. made a break for the woods.-The New York Terms of purchase CASH.
." Duryee, for lime................. 11 25
i ll"; '' :"\ keys. The finder will be rewarded by returning J. C. Read, keeping plank walk and Dairy. G. F. AVERY.

Ih,,, 1 ... 'f' them to the 'department at road to Old Town in repair for 3 Presidential quib : Philip," said the Officeand Stable-First Street, near Broom

B:1' ] :., ; the railroad office. See notice elsewhere. months........ ................................ 56 25 President, hit exasperates me exceedingly Street Wharf. 46
I *.1)) i W. H. Pope balance due him for vac- that this wind blowing along the river,

r: I .. The County Commissioners will meet on cinating city poor......................... 70 50 should have put a stop to our piscatorial adventures NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SHERIFF'S SALE.

'i.: f ')" Monday as a Board of Equalization, to hear Alderman Hovt.. as chairman_ nf__ the._ Fi_ .. But.. Philin.' do von know u- __ why__ u,; '- AND BY
.n n. VIRTUE
this wind is like Mr. Elaine's chances for UNDER OF AN
any grievances parties wbose propert nance Committee, submitted to Council the nomination ?" "I don't see the slightest AN ORDINANCETo issued out of and under
:I tl ; was raised in the assessment rolls for 1883.Exposition the seal of the Circuit Court
A proofs and forms of blanks for use of city, resemblance. said the LieutenantGen.eral. Provide a Form for Warrants in and for
Exhibits to the Louisville will which were approved.The Why Philip, it's because it will soon Nassau County, Suwanee Circuit of the State
... .. pass away. The resemblance is striking upon the Treasury. of Florida, on the first day of February. A.
be carried the very -
Transitl Committee
over &
Peninsular on Printing reported back D. 1867 to
: f, Philip.: That's a fact." cried Philip. IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYORand satisfy a judgment obtained in
l :. Florida Central & Western, and Savannah with their approval, a bill of the Florida Look here, Mike, you'd better put that in BE City Council, That on and after said Court on the eighteenth day of Decem-

f ,1. Lt' Florida & Western railways free of Mirror for advertising, amounting to $31.25. your next telegram." The entire Presiden- September 1st, 1883, the following form of ber, A. D. 18GG, in favor of James B. Brown

%'; I ::.. : charge. The bill was referred to the Finance Com- tial party then went in out of the gale to warrant upon the City Treasury shall be estate against of Emeline Amaziah Coy,as Administratrix of the
of Coy,deceased for five hun-
partake some new bear meat.-Louisville used; and all warrants drawn the
i 1 We have received a copy of the Weekly mitte. Courier-Journal. Treasury shall be signed by the upon Clerk and dred dollars, interests and costs-paid execu-
;. .' : Times hotel The Committee on City Property President of Council and tion to be levied on the goods and chattels,
; ;; Anglo-American a gazette, pub- reported Why he left : Why did leave countersigned by lands and tenements the

; ;'.,... lished in London. The paper devotes considerable to Council a partial inventory of city prop- last place?" was asked of the you man who your had The the Chairman President shall of the Finance all Committee.in aziah Coy, deceased ; and also estateofsaid under and Am-by
space to Floridaaud its advantagesas erty. The report was received and ordered applied for the position of coachman and Council. open virtue of a decree rendered by Hon. Thomas

compared to Manitoba. announced himself without fault. Fam FORM OF T. Long, Judge of said Circuit, sitting as
I,.'. filed.An amendment to the ily went to Europe, sir." "Yes, but the WARRANT: Chancellor, in said County and Circuit, on
......:; The Western Texas, which sailed for New cattle ordinancewas horses were left behind." So they were, ttxxxxxxxxxxxxx x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxjtK the second day of December, A. D. 1867,
t, read the second time. Alderman Rob- sir, and so was the cook." Did awarding Charles P.
... i York early yesterday morning, had you k Cooper, for Solicit-
.. twenty
inson moved that the amendment fuss with the cook ?" Well .d H or's fees, two hundred and
1 be indefinitely sir, she's a r co .!:! 1: ;%ca4 seventy-five dol-
t '; ..":1; passengers. Among the number was Mrs. postponed, which was finally agreedto. very capable person, but no lad}*. She H N lars, against Emeline Coy, as Administratrixof
i '. G. Stark and her daughter Katie. Katie wanted to dress up of an evening and have Y A' V.. >k c I the estate of Amaziah Coy deceased, and

+ E ", goes to Baltimore to attend the'Ndtre Dame me drive her out and let her put on the X ': : >c to satisfy the amount of said decree, with

',i College for Young Ladies. style of the missus, but when I desired to X : : ;k k interest and costs; I have levied upon and
... Mortuary give a billiard what did X : : k will offer for sale and
> Report. party, she do but will sell to the high-
.... .
} qn r i The steamship Western Texas cleared from The following table, giving the names kick about s serving up the luncheon As I X Ha :. .:.:. :. .- : est bidder, at the court-house door in the
; ::1 P this said, sir, she's a handy meat and pastry S : 6g.. city of Fernandina, at public auction be-
port yesterday morning for New York causes of death, etc., for the month : : S >c
of .
''l cook but she's no lady, and so I left.: -Detroit ae q : a ;.< tween the legal hours of sale, on the first
"'. with the following cargo : 73,000 feet lumber gust, has been furnished us by Undertaker i Free Press. aS> :: :: k Monday of October next being the first day

( 560 logs cedar, 245 cases cedar, 97 bar- Henderson : ; : : S ;.d of said month. A. D. 1883, all the right, title

.4, rels rosin, 65 barrels: spirits, 70 tons old rails, Range of ThermometerFOR XX n.:;. :.. .": :. ._.".. ..kto ..... and interest of the estate of Amaziah Coy,
| b : : : ; r- -- x I deceased, and of Emeline Coy, as Adminis-
51 empty kegs, 57 packages merchandise. 'I : : M
tratrix of said
estate in
...: :. : .: ..... < >< and to the following
) Attention is called to the advertisement of I O.... "tH "'- 'W'''' HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. >e :. ,:.. : .. z.... .>.l.. pieces or parcels of hind to-wit : Lots ten
a .,t' 1 O'Neill of sw ((10)), eleven ((11)), twelve ((12)), thirteen
}Ir. I. the McCartney rose. I Cp <::::S' : :. : Z >< ((13))
beautiful M r p : : >k< :. : : ... k I and fourteen ((14)). in Block fifteen ((15)), in
Nothing more can used for I =
.= : : i < .>c the city of Fernandina
-:= :; x -t Nassan County,
(,F I c::: r.
<, hedges and they are better than a wire I y-1 .f r >4 .E-4. : : w k I State of Florida. Purchaser to pay for titles.J. .

1''w'r w''+, i fence to keep out stock, while their graceful fD 0.-:: Cmy5_ I Saturday..... Aug.25 7 7 86 85 80 / E. X x I V:i;: r_: \): 0 N k y A. ELLERMANN,
X .c:::
'i foliage gives a charming outline to the en : I / Sunday ..............26 76 85 85 80 E. X Q.... w"' w O >>c I Sheriff Nassau County.

I closure. We hope this opportunity of obtaining )..-.. nE .a'c .. Monday ........,...27 78 I 185 81 / E. >X c.;..._..1... t, : 5 >-t >C Fernandina, Fla., August 31,1883. td

will be availed I _*. / Tuesday.............28' 79 J 88 85'' NE. X &:"'f :: : Q. plants of. / -
:::= Wednesday..29 78 85 86 80'' NE. X X Q' o k -THEUNIVERSITY -
Some of our merchants of ;; Thursday..30 / 79 85 86 NE. X ..v E-t ><
complain the f .. >I
Ig--g Friday ..............31 79186, / 85 79'' SE.I X X :. >c OF THE SOUTH
: inequality of the assessments made for this X ..0.. -: ><
.r year, the valuation in the city being I .: S.. -. X X : f-o I IS LOCATED AT SEWANEE, TENN.,

.1 proportionately very much higher than v.d ., MARINE. .x... :.. ., -4"' ... o >s 4 I upon the Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet
't1 r. throughout the county. The city of Fer- .dO I i I n M : I.i < above the sea-level. This School, under the
} Port of Femandtna. special of the
i patronage Bishops of the Protestant
nandina is assessed several thousand dol- !;;oof300 are 'aammutpD fatten uvuumijD ?

t lars than the of ;- HIGH WATER. >I .: ................................................ >c Episcopal Church in the South and
more rest the .1 g. >< Southwest offers
's, county put ::s t.: MZ the healthiest residence
at _::".'_ ". Saturday,i Sept. 1...... 7:48 A.M. 8:04: P. M. >< 0 i/ and the best both
As the advantages moral and
together. soon as ,
assessor completes 3 0 I" Sunday, 2...... 8:28" 8:43 u :pnufisiajuno' educational
'i ,: his books we will be able to give some : 5 g Monday, "' 3...... 9:06" 9:20 u Jxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx J tAll Collegiate and in its Theological Grammar School and its
: : b .. .. u'Vednesday Departments.
i Tuesday 4. 9:41" 9:56
figures. : For the
I :. .: S a. special claims of this University for
5..10:17. 10:32 u Ordinances, or parts of Ordinances
: From our exchanges learn that : : toB : patronage, apply for documents to the
our .. ." .a Thursday, 6.1054: 11:11 conflicting with the above are hereby re REV. TELFAIR
i I i s ; young friend W. Bailey Tucker, fell among Friday, .U 7..11:34 u 11:53 II pealed. ViceChancellor.374t HODGSON, .
Passed first reading August 29, 1883.
the Philistines on Coney Island. His pocket Sewanee Tenn.
:333P s :s ENTERED. Passed second reading August 29,1883. ,
4" was picked to the tune of forty dollars. If ; Pass .a..
sr; Aug.26-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald Savannah Passed third reading, and adopted, August
t it will be any comfort to Bailey, we will as n with freight and 29, 1883. H. PRESCOTT,

state mat ne was not the only j?ernanaiman 1 P 3 !J 5 r sengers, to C. A. Haley. pas- FRED W. HOYT,

who was taken in, in the samema1ner.this II Ii rr j I II ii 28-Sch. John M. Haynes, McFarland, Attest : President of Council pro tern. DEALER INMen's
Bath ice to W.
; K. Bauknight.
summer at that popular resort. A promi- 38-Sch. Ella Elliott, Hall,New York I W. F. WOOD, Jr., City Clerk. Boys' and Youth's,

nent gentleman of this city did not get off to load for J. C. Read. ; Approved: Ladles', Misses' and Children's,
k quite so easy. of Earthenware.On 28S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald, Savahnah F. C. SUHRER, -4 ++-
Saturday, the 1st day of Septembernext with and Acting Mayor.
The City Council have Adopted the suggestion I will offer for sale to the highest bid- to C. A. Haley. passengers FINE SHOES -

of Councilman Hoyt of a clear, con- der, at the depot of the Florida Transit & 28-S. S. Western Texas, J. Risk, 1,210 McCartney IIedge Rose Plants.

: cise and systematic plan of keeping the Peninsular Railroad, in Fernandina, one tons New York ; freight and HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDA-GROWN ::-
hundred I
and sixty casks of Earthenware passengers, to R.W. Southwick Plants for sale at this
city's books and records. The new plan less place. Price $2.50 AND
more or ; shipment by one :Mr. Craw-
agent. 100 $20.00
1 goes into effect to-day. Mr. Hoyt is only I ford, Macon, Georgia, to various consignees. 30-Sch. Mary\ S. Allen, Butler, Rock- per ; per 1000. --.

justifying; the confidence which the citizens Sale made to satisfy claim for freight and port ; ice, to W. K. Bauknight. ALSO, UMBRELLA TREES. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, {

had in his ability when they elected him. charges.37 F. W. SIMMONS, Agent. 30--S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah M. O'NEILL. u"-",- -, ,-,,,-,,-,,uvw w

The same:; may be said of Mr. Patrick Kelly Fernandina, Fla., August 10, 1883. with freight and pas- Fairbanks, Florida Transit R. R.
: .p sengers, to C. A. Haley, agent. I Refer to C. D. Furman, Fairbanks, Fla. FERNANDINA, FLA.I' .

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