Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00187
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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 29, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
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System ID: UF00054505:00187
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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STATE NEWS. iron pipe empties the seed cotton to feed eration of the dredge, and for the indefati- THE SOUTH'S EXPOSITION.FLORIDA fall openings this week. At most of the

upon a stand between each two gins. After gable industry which is noticeable' throughout stores the display of costly goods was larger

Bradford.The going through the gins, the seed are taken the entire work under: his charge.We DAY AT LOUISVILLE-AN APPEAL TO than ever, and from what I could gather

cotton crop in this county will be into a bheet-iron, hopper-shape conductor, took a walk in the,prairie in advancethe THE PEOPLE BY THE COMMISSIONERS. from observations and odd talk with sales-

short this year. Throughout a large por- attached to each gin, and fall upon the con- dredge with the president of the canal The commissioners appointed by Governor people, the sales were unusually heavy.

tion of the county the caterpillar has com- veyor on the basement floor, and are con- who has been for some time engaged personally Bloxham have issued the following addressto There was an unusually large number of

pletely denuded the stalks of their leaves, veyed into the cotton seed department.From assisted by Mr. James L. Colee, in the people of Florida : people in town from the surrounding country -

and will destroy at least one picking. Had the tasty ginning hall we were ush- establishing certain section lines and the SOUTHERN EXPOSITION, \ and somehow they invested very lav

the caterpillars appeared earlier in the season ered through a door into the two lint rooms, connection of these lines with Spanish LOUISVILLE Ky., Sept. 25th, 1883. J ishly.

their work would have been disastrous to and from tLese rooms to the bailing shed on grants: so that the exact' line of the canal We the undersigned commissioners appointed As I walked through the stores and lookedat

the farmers, but with the good corn crop the extreme east of the building. From the can be located. These land lines were run by his excellency, Governor W. D. the "sales-ladies: ," as they call them-

and the promise of an abundant yield of hall, a door also leads to a large tool room, in 1834, and as very few of the original Bloxham, to represent Florida at the Southern selves, I could not help putting to myselfthe

sweet potatoes, coupled with the fact that from which you pass to the engine room, marks are now visible th work is equal toa Exposition,take this opportunity of stat- question. "What are the Women's

our farmers are not much in debt, it will 13x24; adjoining is the boiler room, 12x24, survey; which, to,Jess' tkillful surveyors ing that Florida's display is attracting as Right's people driving at in continually

affect our county but little. The orange and next to that the blacksmith shop, 11x24. than Dr. Westcott and hisjassistants, would much or more attention than any other State holding up the unhapyy lot of the working

crop promises to be an abundant one. The rolling and belting are all of the finest be quite difficult to reestablish correctly. A display in the building, and we feel that our girl ?" There they stood behind their coun-

There is some complaint about the oranges material. The building is three stories andis line of the canal, flagged out in front of the success is assured. In order to make it a ters, looking prosperous and happy, manyof 4

bursting open, but on examination there is a credit to the company. On the south is dredge, shows that it is 'three and a half grand success, we make this our last appealto them better dressed than a majority of

but little of this, and rusty oranges are a large brick warehouse, and to the north of miles from its present position to Smith's you, citizens of Florida. their customers, and as a rule they earn fair

few and far between." The shipment of that is the general office, being adorned by creek, a tributary of the Halifax river. Of Thursday, October, 18th, has been desig- salaries. Why this complaining, therefore?

oranges from this county will be much Mr. Mills with a tasty Queen Anne front. this distance about. two and a half miles is nated Florida Day, a day specially set aside "I tell you what it is." said the manager of

larger than ever before. In fact, the orange The works,of the Lake City Cotton Ginning soft prairie, about 400 yards of low scrub, by the directors of the Exposition for the one of these huge dry goods establishments."Most .

business is now beginning to assume a front Company we consider the best, most tasty, and the remainder unlimbered swamp citizens of Florida to visit the Exposition.The of our girls earn money enough to

position among the leading industries of and decidedly the most convenient in the ground. Smith's creek for the first four Governor and his Cabinet, also mem- keep not alone themselves comfortably, but

this county. While we do not wish to color South. The company deserves the praise miles is about 100 feet wide, with about two bers of the State press, are invited and ex- also to aid in the support of a father, a

anything with a rosy hue in writing of our I for their enterprise.-lake City Reporter,22d. and a half feet of water, and five or more pected to be present on that day. mother, or younger brothers or sisters. But r 1 ,, .

resources, yet truth demands us to say that Duval. feet of mud, upon which is a growth of What we now most desire are semi-tropical somehow the fineries of the ladies that come '

for successful orange growing Bradford The new iron steamer City of Palatka, lilies and sawgrass, which can be easily excavated plants and fruits, more especially the fruits. here to purchase dazzle them. They wantto

the to other between Charleston by the dredge. The second day of The gentlemen who promised to subscribe own the same or similar or better things.
county will not yield palm any which is to ply in future -
locality, and as a proof of this all we ask is Jacksonville and Palatka, running in our sojourn we walked over to the Atlantic money, as well as those who desire so to do, Then they hear the visitors talk of amusements -

for parties to see the grove of V. J. Ship- connection with the New York and Charleston beach, distant from the canal 76 chains, or are requested to forward the same by post- and entertainments, and they want

man of Lawtey. Several other groves of Steamship Company and the Florida about 5,000 feet, and in our route crossed office order or registered: letter without further the same. Thus they are seized with long-

the same place, viz. : those of Starke and Southern Railway, successfully launchedat the vallev of Smith's creek- -x, bv the character delay to the finance committe; consisting of ings which cannot be satisfied by their slen-

Temple's Mills ; those of the New river John Roche's shipyard in Chester. Pa., at of which we were forcibly' ,struck with the Dr. H. V. Lucas, R. E. Sharrard, J. A. Car- der purses or with the surplus of the incomeof

country, and cspeciall.thosl'nround Hampton 9 o'clock Saturday morning. She will go admirable locality of the course of the canal, lisle, who will acknowledge the receipt of the average young man, and thus these *

are equally tine. One, that of Mr. Sut- immediately to New York, where she will not only for usefulness to the inhabitants the same. Send your exhibits by freight, as young women get off the track. It is often ]

who will the hammock and rich freights are free unless desire to said that this business ruins women.It .
ton, shows on three-year old buds so many take on a cargo of freight, leaving there for occupy you prepay young
oranges that it has become necessary to prop Charleston between the 1st and 10th of Octo- prairie lands on its borders, but for the expressage.The is not the business ; it is only the unre-

grand sea view which will be enjoyed for of Florida will confer a great strained longing themselves to the
the limbs up. It is a safe estimate to say ber. The City of Palatka is a vessel about press possess -

that at least 100,000 young trees have been the size of the Western Texas, light draft, and miles and miles in gliding along inside the favor by giving this the widest publicity materials which they are selling that brings

and will be planted in this county this year. will be equipped with two propellers. Her barrier of the surf, sometimes not more possible. them to the bad."

During the present year Messrs. Wood & saloon and state-rooms are to be elegantly than one hundred yards distant. Yet at one Thanking you most sincerely for what you Roscoe Conkling is more and more giving

Hunter have erected a large wcod and iron- finished up in hard woods and upholstered.She point the canal will be twelve miles from have done, we remain, politics the go-by and devoting himself to

work establishment, including cotton gin is expected to arrive here by the 15th.- the coast, with variations above and below Respectfully, his profession. His business is very large,

and corn mill at Starke. Hon. J. L. Gas- Times-Union. this point where it does not exceed half a T. E. C. BRINLEY, President, not so much directly as indirectly, on ac- y.,

kins has built five brick stores. Richard & St. Johns. mile. At the present time the dredge has JOSEPH HIRST, Vice-President, count of his known skill in argument and

face are building a large brick warehouse ; progressed nine miles, and we are informed Louis I. STEPHENS, Treasurer, impressiveness before judges. Lawyers with
Speaking of the made in the cut-
J. M. Johns a brick store. Four frame progress that she has not worked more than seven H. V. LUCAS, Secretary. cases like to employ him to argue for them.It .
Line Canal the
ting of the Florida Coast ,
places of business have been built, and a the months, and calculating the amount of work WM. TERRY, J. G. KNAPP.J. is said that his annual income from his fi?
St. Augustine Weekly gives following
large number of private residences. Two already done and the distance yet to be per- A. CARLISLE, R. E. SHARRARD, profession reaches the comfortable figure of
account of the operations:
large schools are now in successful opera- horsepower formed, the estimate length of time is three FRANK J. HINSON, J. P. BUSER, $50,000 a year. This is certainly more than i
The dredge is worked by a forty
tion. Starke now boasts, in addition to the of months more to reachjjSmith's creek, at GEO. T. PITTMAN. ..... .he has ever made politics. "2;.
and is
engine a piece y M
places already mentioned, nine general which point the ni6stuThlculk: portion of -r hear that a J male member of one of the
connected machinery. Eighteen buckets, NEW YORK GOSSIP.THE
stores, two cotton gins, two corn mills, the whole work will have been completed, oldest and richest New York families is about'to
three of which hold a cubic yard, and which
three drug stores, three blacksmith shops, and the distance between that and the Hal- embrace Catholicism. He has met. MonSignor -
drag in their descent are arranged to lift TIMES"
four saloons, two livery stables, one bakery, fax will dredged in such places as will be Capel a few times socially, heard him
the mud in their ascent over a crane, and "TRIBtTNE"COIING
one newspaper, four lawyers, two hotels, needed in a few weeks. Thus will the long- speak, began to think for himself, and is .
conduct it some thirty feet and dump it intoa
two barbershops, four lodges, one saw-mill, needed inland communication with the In- B.\.SIS-FALL OPENINGS-WORKING now about to join the church. Monsignor
hopper from which it slides on either side
and various other enterprises. Bradford dian river country, which is the garden Capel, though averse to proselyte making
of the boat about feet and
dredge sixty ,
county presents to the new settler almostall spot of the continent, be opened to the NEW YORK, September 22: 1883. has brought more people his way of think-
banks of the canal. This work
forms the
classes of land peculiar to this State, world, and the immense quantity of fruit The reduction in price from four to two by his example and conduct, than most of

which coupled with its remarkable health- as well as the movement of the crane to the and vegetables that now are almost value- cents which the Times inaugurated last Tuesday the rabid and so-called zealous missionaries
right and left thirty-three feet-the width of
fulness makes it a desirable home. less to the inhabitants will find an outlet to came like a bomb shell into the news- corn incl.
Public roads are receiving more attention, the canal and a depth of six feet-is per- market, and lands that are bringing no paper world, and when on the following day The theatrical season has not yet reached i

and, although our roads are still bad enough, formed by slightly moving a lever by one revenue to the State will be enhanced in the Tribune followed suit, and rduced its the "snap and go" period. It seems to lan-

they are much better than a few years back. man ; at the same time, at stated intervals, value according to location, and settled by price from four to three cents, everybodywas guish,and the people bother themselves but
another lever is moved, by which the vast
There is sadly needed, however, a bridgeover emigrants seeking homes where labor will amazed.: "That means come off the little over what goes on. Last Monday evening -

New river that will be high enough for machine is forced forward for a new presentation be repaid.--St. Johns Weekly. perch, all you high priced papers," said the I attended the first. night of Clara Mor-
of the buckets to the mud forwardof
safe passage at all stages of water. As it is, manager of another journal to me, when I ris1 Camille, at McKee Rankin's Third Avenue -

,: after heavy rains there is no communication the crane. THE NEW POSTAGE STAMPS.The asked him what effect this reduction would Theatre. It was a peculiar audience,
The of the interior of the
sometimes for days.-Correspondence Savannah arrangement American letter writer has for so .I have.h proprietors of the World," said part of it first class, the other half very Bow- ,.
boat is contrived for work and 1
A'ews.Firstclass. admirably many years had his patriotic sympathiesharrowed he, "claim that they are to be thanked for : ery-very old-time Bowery in fact. The '
I comfort of the The floor forward is
crew. and his reverence for the Fatherof this revolution, but as the World was sold I gallery amused itself by criticising the play
building lots in the city are filled with chains and other I
cogs, machinery, his Country solely tried by the painful car- for two cents before the present management very audibly, just as it used to do in the
now selling at the rate of$800 acre and .
per the middle with the boiler and engine and
ricature of George Washington, with its took hold of it, I do not see how they can days when such men as Forrest and the '
are going like hot cakes. Starke is one of
the after with water-tanks for the
part use swollen jaw, brutal features, and dropsicalneck find any features to plume themselves with. Booths treaded the boards of the Old Bow-
the most desirable points in East Floridafor of the boiler the tanks decked to
; are over swathed in an untidy dinner napkin, The direct cause is the cheapness of paper ery Theatre. Clara Morris' Camille is too
a summer residence, on account of itsunvarying
hold the wood consumed in
generatingsteam. on the three-cent postage stamp, that the and the fierce business competition. So far well known to need comment, but of her
healthfulness and central lo-
The deck of the boat is
cation. Nor is there upper one I Isuperintendent's 1st. of October, with its reduction of letter as the Times is concerned, I think the step is support it must be said it was very bad. I
better point in the
house divided off into
State to spend the winter. Here we are large captain's room, postage and new issue of stamps, will bringa suicidal. The Times is heavy, literary and could not help feeling sorry for young Stew-
and for theemploye's
never troubled with the damp, dense fogs room, rooms double relief.In erudite, and in politics fiercely Republican.As art who, as Walsingham," is well known ,

which envelop the St. Johns river country ; also a dining-rocm, kitchen, and the new two-cent stamp it is to be seen such it cannot very well appeal to a large, as a clever writer. A year ago he became M'
store-room. Below and in front of the boileris
much of the winter season. We have alight that the aching molar has been pulled, and miscellaneous body of readers, and those stage-struck and gave up a comfortable income -
a blacksmith shop and power drill, and the facial swelling has subsided, while the who take it would just as soon pay four as at his profession for the uncertain one i
dry healthy atmosphere, peculiar to
everything necessary to keep the machineryin head and the face bear some resemblance to for it. which He :
the interior pine woods, in the winter sea- order. two cents Thepaper they giveis and the ridicule of the stage. played tGustave

son. Our hotels and boarding houses, while complete the Gilbert Stuart portrait in the refinementof too big, the matter is too expensive to be on that evening and acted so awk- r

well supplied with the best the great mar- The dredge is considered one of the most the lines and expression of the features. sold profitably at such a figure. As regardsthe wardly that the Olympian gods guyed him

kets improved now made, and is probably doing There is an improvement in the arrange- Tribune, their reduction came too late unmercifully.
of the North and West can afford, have
more work than any dredge of its power ment of the hair and queue. The engraving and was made so mincingly that its effectswas
daily fresh of fish
and wild
supplies oysters PUNISHMENT DESERVED.An .
is Alfred Jones from of Houdin'scast
now in use. by a copy lost. In all such revolutions, whateveris
game direct from Cedar Key and the famous taken from life. attach of the New York Police Gazette-
The dredge has for some time been doing worth is worth and 6
doing, doing quickly
Gulf Hammock,and in addition to the many The new head rests in an oval medallion convicted few in Atlanta
a days
luxuries very tedious work, as the line of the canal on an heraldic shield. The lettering shows decisively." And what will be the upshotof was ago, -
and substantials which
our mar-
Ga. for distributing an obscene pictorial 6
kets afford extends for several miles through willow more sharply and distinctly than in the this?*' I asked. The Evening Post and ,
our guests can pluck the ripe
I luscious swamps; the willows grow in clumps, and present stamps ; at the top the legend Commercial Advertiser will have to follow newspaper, and was sentenced to pay a fine i
orange ad libitum.-Starke Telegraph. United States Postage and below the of $1,000 and serve twelve months in the-
while their roots yield easily to the force ", medallion suit by reducing their prices from three to
"Two 2 cents, standing out clearly chain-gang. The man arrested was sent to
Columbia. applied, often the whole machinery has to on groundwork darker than the body of the two cents. Cyrus W. Field will then have

THE LAKE CITY COTTON GINNING ESTABLISHMENT be stopped in order to extricate the immense stamp; while the color, a pale carmine red to reduce the price of his paper, the Mail and Atlanta by order of the proprietor of the-

.-Whatever the solid company has bunches of stumps which are found too largeto ink, in which oxide of iron is a powerful Express, to one cent to keep up with the pro- vile sheet, for the purpose of making a test
component, sufficiently distinguishes the case of the Georgia law of 1878. The decis-
undertaken in the way of building upon be carried over the crane by the buckets. denomination the cession. It strikes me that something of

their spacious grounds has been constructedupon The operation of removing these stumps is The double rate without, or four-cent blurring stamp design.is ofa this kind will be done before the fall season ion of full the penalty judge ,was"because that he the would defendantwas imposethe

a solid and convenient basis, and accomplished by means of a block and tacklein green color, and bears the head of the Heroof fairly sets in." seeking to get a foothold for the paper '

their block has become one of the hand- order to free the buckets and get the New Orleans, somewhat less unkemptand "And where does James Gordon Bennett which has been suppressed for five years."
somest business lots in the The the banks. This of frightful than other Government cari- If publishers of obscene sheets in all of our
ginning stumps to course con- caturing of the grand old Democrat. If with his Herald and Telegram come in ? I cities could thus summarily be dealt with..
house was constructed under the supervision sumes much time and renders the progressof Andrew Jackson actually resembled his asked. One never knows what Bennett it woulld be of lasting benefit to society.

of Mr. J. R. Bowe the contracting the dredge slower than formerly. This postage stamps, he needed neither military will do, but I know that years ago it was his Flashy, obscene pictorials, with a literature 4

mason, and Mr. Daniel S. Mills, the efficient succession of willow swamps, we were told skill nor equipment ; he had" only to go ambition to put the Herald in the same cat- corresponding, forms one of the important
forth and look his foe and the red
upon attractions of the stands in
contracting carpenter, and is a model of by Dr. Westcott, president of the company, field was won." egory with the great London penny papers. our chief thoroughfares.on man) The news public expo-

neatness. Yesterday we paid the grounds of could not "be avoided in the course whichhe The process of printing these starn ps differs Now, if the Herald should do anything of sure for sale of this class of publications is

the company a visit, and found all bustle in after careful surveying, selected for the essentially from that of England and conti- this kind, that would hurt the other papers, not only demoralizing to the youthful por-
the completion of the extensive line of the canal form the nental nations who continue to make their tion of the community, but is a disgrace to
improve- as they connec- plates directly from the original die, and to for even if it should lose at first. Bennett municipal
ments. We were ushered into the ginning tion between the upper prairies and marshesof print from raised designs on blocks like makes money enoug to lose half a million a our governments.

hall through a handsome: little ante-room; the Malacrompra creek. The slow cut- types. The American Bank Note Company's year for ten years in,order to crowd out oth- Virginia is beginning to make flour of

this hall is 85x26 feet, and contains twenty- ting through these willows must yet con- on process soft steel is, however in sunken, to lines cut the, and originaldie from ers. So far as the ,Telegram is concerned, it peanuts, of which she raises 2,000,000 bush- ,

four gins of the Lake City Cotton Ginning tinue about 800 feet, when Captain Hinton, this, being hardened, a roll of raised trans- is only a question of a very short time whenit els this year. Peanuts, so-called in the Old .,

Co's own improvement and construction, the commander, thinks he will be able to fers like type are obtained, and from these. will sell for two cents, and to tell "you the Dominion, were introduced from Atrica

which are expected to turn out the best cot- make their usual distance of about 250 to in turn, are produced plates of two hundred truth, it is worth no more. Then the penny and are known in North Carolina as ground a
steel of the original die in sunken
copies ,
ton in the State. From the floor above 300 feet per day. Great credit is due Captain lines, from which the stamps are finely Newt will feel the effect." peas, in Tennessee as goobars, and in Geor-

(which is the floor for the seed cotton), an Hinton for his skillful management and op printed. The fashionable world has been busy with gia, Alabama and Mississippi as pindars.




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( .y r.- .. of a large hamper of fine ferns which had for miles drawn into doing our part toward producing ;' I :
along and
.. our gravel paths lawn.
j"I )' :' ,7', ,,.; 'Tis evening, and the I round, red sun sinks been sent me from Cumberland and went I could always trace her presence for she that result. I was silent for some time ; I 11

,: t: ;' slowly in the west. and planted them myself in telling spots. plucked every flower she fancied, and- was afraid she would notice it ; I did not H t
: ) The flowers fold their birds That flung want her to know how felt about ".
,' petals up, the done I tied up his roses so that his it as quickly and I saw we Mr. I

';(' 'I t', ., .' :-. fly to the! nest, wife might have the full benefit of their ered innocents away lying, bruised and my withered slaught- Ducie! so I said, I suppose your husband ,". ;;:" ,

f ); I' ': :" .' The crickets chirrup in the grass, the bats beauty. And now all care was over, and in the sun, and could have slain her in is hard at work this fine morning?" I ..,
t- "Yes -
; he is
; ', flit to and fro, we were really happy at Fairlawn. My wife turn. Mrs. Shute might be the creature of busy copying-painting, .1 L
: :, ; And tinkle-tankle the lane the lowing had her meansaid she, in some confusion. ,
up ,,
carriage the '-,
pony explored impression but the flowers the
were .
: : ,: crea- .. .... _
11-: Copying
nature I
c.nI-J.P J: ", : : cattle go; neighborhood and I had my garden and my tures of impression, too, and bore the marksof suppose said I ; but ,ftji'c.,": h ': .
: ":",,," ,I And the rich man from his carriage looks box of books from the library., Mr. Shute's her ridiculous high-heeled shoes she it occurred to me that considering he was a
1r't ', out on them as thev come- furniture began to arrive, and Mr. Shute crushed them down in her landscape painter Mr. Shute staid a great
>>j.i t
: J.,; On them and the Barefoot deal indoors.
., on Boy that himself came to see all made ready for his

f. .'r..:.." ; ,".': drives the cattle home. delicate wife. He staid with us. but he was feelings passed on.and For never some entered time the she garden respected: when my Miss Wilmot came. She was as bright and --. .., -,wrt,':. .

','" ,,' "J r. :t. so busy that we did not see much of him. I was at work. Soon, however she rosy as Mrs. Shute was pale, and hardly had ',;i :
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I wish the came
r to himself I
boy wish she arrived
says than
.r He the Shutes
.' ;,, ; t that I he. was, however, a very pleasant fellow when she chose; end frequently I, hard at began to borrow
." t were and we liked him. work our pony carriage freely, and asked us to
: : flannel
And yet upon maturer thought, I do not- "I my gray shirt, would see a lend them lawn for ,
,# won't trouble you with my furniture- sylph-like form in white our a tennis party they \:
i spotless
sirree! glide toward
'. no, arranging difficulties dear Mr. and Mrs. wished to give, to introduce her. .
:);, ;: :. my me, which planted a with- 'I-
: : Not for all the his camp-stool
j gold coffers hold would I "
Peveril said "They want to invite
he, but there is Mr. Ducie I .
.: : :, "h r "- ; be that duffer there one little in a yard of me, and seemed determined to ex- .i
favor I would like to ask of Would claimed, when mv wife told me this. It is I
f you.
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a prolonged
1 With a liver pad !and a gouty toe and scarce mind If I too much It's like i
of .;, .: a single hair you having that trellis lowered a little? moved away Mrs. Shute was sure to followme. seething a kid in itsmother's
;, ,'" ; It would be such a treat to my poor wife to It best milk !I"
was to not
j To have a wife with Roman try to mind her
a and fear
nose "And
; t-; ," ::: lest a panic come- have just a glimpse of your exquisite garden being there, and let her sit admiring her we shall have to supply the straw-
from her sofa. She is berries and the cream, and lend the
so unfortunate to teacupsand
t. ; l as feet and
Far better to be the Barefoot that drives pretty open-worked stockings, and
'; be almost a confirmed invalid. uttering weak little remarks. teaspoons a couple of servants !
the cattle home. *' I shall And she wants to borrow
'I' i very glad- I began. She was always affable. "I see, Mr. Pev- our long dining-

t :' I '! :', I And the rich man murmurs to himself: Thank you I thank you I felt sure you eril, you are quite au bout des doigts with all table to place under a tree on the lawn, and '

I t I e: Would I give all pelf would be kind. Shall I give orders to have your flowers 1 said she one day, most kindly. has not got a table-cloth long enough to .
; my
.. the trellis removed, or will you?" "H'm cover it, but is sure that we have, and won't
;, a .t To change my lot with yonder boy ? Not if I replied. Yes, I like flowers." mind "
,r .: I know myself Removed !1" I had imagined that he said "So do 11 1 I worship them I even ad- lending it, and" -

I .\ f1; Over the grass that's full of ants and,chill "lowered." Now, I like to throw off my mire a lot of great ugly ferns we have in Say no more, said I decidedly. We
t r.K. : t' with dew to go, coat and waistcoat when I am working in our garden !" Thus did the ereature of impression must the line somewhere, and I draw .
it "
:: With a stone-bruise upon either heel and a my garden-but one can't behave ill to a speak of the lovely rare ferns which at He giving up Mr. Ducie to them. ..... "
there ,
I delicate was while
woman. we were speak-
I"j' I had sacrificed the
splinter in toe to tenants who were to
my ; "She is ing; he told us of his visit afterward and
coming to-morrow
'I' Ob, I'd rather sail yacht said he ; help me pay my rent. ,
s my a year across
i I there is said he Miss Wilmot
time thought
; the ocean's foam no to lose.I Don't. you like ferns?" I said, half inclined a very charm-

I r :R' ; :: :! ; Than be one day the Barefoot Boy that had not the courage to plead for its only to make an effort to get them back ing girl, though it was easy to see that, like .
i. .. being lowered and the fat boy in Pickwick the \
drives the cattle home." now the windows of Eglantine again. knew a

r:, ;, 1 Harpers' DlOnehl Cottage raked my happy hunting- "Well, yes, in the woods ; but I like Pe- nicer;" but how long would he continue to
j y grounds where I had hitherto been so full of lar-r-rgoniums in gardens nothing looks put my Dorothea in the first place if those

,>. :: ,;, ; TIIF SIIUTES OF liberty, and so alone. My heart ached for better. If I had plenty of; money I'd just Shutes began to angle for him in earnest?

'to '' SHEFFIELD the poor roses which has been thrown down put hundreds: of them in front of our house. Our experience was that they always man- ;

.: with the trellis. Mr. Shutes began to pluck What aged to get what they wanted. He began to
a isfr.
thing Perevil !
r My wife and ,I had given much thought them and said he money and to the deal
: would put them in water there are actually go Cottage a great more than I
some who
,r .::" to the question of house rent, and had decided to help to make the house gay for his wife. crowded with it that they people don't know are what so liked. My wife said it was because from the
that we should not be justified in exceeding Then he threw them Shutes' windows he could sometimes
: exclaiming see
j :It : I to do with it but make all ostentation of it."
120 a year but we hoped to find apretty "Afterall she won't be I Dorothea walking in I did
:'; ;:(i little here till to-morrow. "I am very sure I should know what to our garden. not
place in the country at that rent. I am sure you will give me a handful of do with mine if I had little know. Why did he not come to us ?
o ,' Our more, was
requirements were modest. Give fresh in He did and
; me ones the morning. come to us, sometimes asked
thought-for forced
i to endure
was this
: a well-cooked chop and a glass of sherry, You have roses of said I Dorothea to stroll with him in the garden
your own, im-
;?1 Y ,1 and I lady's company for want of a miserable forty
,: ; can rough it anywhere said the intending but
patiellth', for he had flung down all those pounds a year. no sooner did they go out than Mrs.
ir. traveler. We only wanted a he had Shute and Miss Wilmot
0" just gathered and it infuriates me She perhaps found me unusually dull for joined them. I
I,;' 'I thoroughly pleasant house, within easy to see flowers ill-treated. she said she would about bit ", called the latter the Abominable that uninvited -

'., ,,: : distance of a country town where there was "I know I have," said he calmly ; but I hastily knotting a and came," but how could the mind revert -
., a "guinea switch of
J. a good society, a really good garden a stable don't up to in the midst of
i want to touch mine. They make the hair which poetry such vexationas
f' was rolling down her 'back
and coach-house, and a few fields. We had front of the house look this ?
well. My wife Mr.
'o', : looked she went away. Presently she returned FRED W. HOYT
f,;, ::1'j 4 a at many of houses, when one day, after Peveril, is quite the creature of impression with the Grosvenor book which I was look- While everything was in this wretchedly & CO. ,

''r'; ';i r "j, charming morning disappointment, we saw a Come and see how you like the look of the ing forward to the treat of reading when uncomfortable state I received a letter from

.on one standing some little distance little place now that the furniture is in." work was done. She had obtained my mv uncle-the uncle I did not want to of-
i'; it from the road, and it bv
a informed us it fend. It
.- was rather cold, and it ended thus:
Everything looked most charming. The thrusting in her arm at the window FERNANDINA FLA.
c'' 'I j gas i>u uc ici. 'r e wanted lu see it. 11 open I think John ,
was must that I
now see
: perfect and rooms were large and low. with low, wide- and removing it from the table where it was you
;:., s It garden which I loved at first sight. It by a latticed windows and window seats. The lying awaiting my return. She and her had every reason to warn you: against taking
was that foolishly expensive house of but
( view into my garden was delicious. I husband too, were extremely fond of yours
sheltered from never
1 every cold wind, open to every pos- need not have sold Turner' and Grocers
you your Grain Dealers
0. thought Shutes paid too much rent after sessing themselves of whatever they
benign influence and full hap-
of the
most ought to have had at least another hun- ,
I had you
: beautiful old-fashioned flowers seen that. Their furniture was of the pened to want. She borrowed a book in
'\ I,, all growing dred for it. Besides I would infinitely rather -
: "Queen Anne" time this nefarious
as if they had been at home there for and suited the rooms way. He came in a panic-
: i, at years I to perfection. Eglantine his wife ill would have lent you some money myself than AND
t' A single glance showed that Cottage was infinitely was : we let him have
} me which
.t :' some prettier than Fairlawn. half dozen bottles of old have that exquisite drawing go out of the
'i D I had long been vainly trying to cultivate I began to a port? Or he was

;y-ht;' l"K were flourishing here with happy indifference feel unbounded respect for this section of suddenly seized with admiration of one of family !I" General Merchants.
:t the Shutes of It had not gone out of the family-I had
j' .' ,' to the human Sheffield for all this delightful our water-colors. We had three good ones,
i care. My wife was de not sold it and meant to do It
,;: : lighted with the house-so result had been obtained so easily. There but he was not satisfied with anything less never so
was I-but it was had been of
,k k ': ; i 4 the garden which was very little furniture in the drawing- than our Turner, and asked if we would allow an act great self-sacrifice to let itgo
,w n ; completely me' room the floor him to take it to the Cottage for a few days, but now I
;,; It not ; was covered with Indian to the Cottage for an houror
was but
f' very large, there were had got it back and would keep it. My uncle's
mattingand two and it
wide open walks, and pretty, secluded rugs ; curtains were on an easel near hiswife's ,
: paths, letter made feel to and look at
of go
Japanese muslin the sofa-it would
t- r and ; walls hung with help to while
roses and fruit
trees lawn away
a and
magnificent the I took it down
drawing. to it
,fr;. flower borders. the most exquisite water-colors in perfectly the weary hours, and she was the-
Having once seen thoroughly. It had been taken out of its
,h : simple wooden frames.
t\X t that garden, I never could be satisfied with thirteen There were twelveor Rather than hear him say that she was frame. Why had that been done? I at HAY, COSH, OATS, SEAN, FEED,
'L any other. magnificent Turners I had the creature of impression I hastened
,{I awav once went to the Cottage to ask the
; .( "It's pretty, Sir," said, the onsekeeper, only one, the gift of my rich uncle, and I to get the picture for him. His wife did not tion. The ladies were out. They had ques hit '11 I .

tf J"' i observing,how lovingly my eyes dilated. "A possession.was accustomed Mr. Shute to consider it a priceless care for pictures ; t>>fly did he borrow them a carriage and gone to spend the day wit. *" "TR, GRIT ) MEAL,

;, many pretty flowers grows here. They actually had thirteen for her? She did not care for books, either. Mr. Ducie's mother. They were evidently

:',t: (; 1 grow of their own accord like, for the gardener and this a there Girtin were and a shelves Borrett as well I Besides She was entirely uneducated ; and though in terrible earnest about that affair, and it
: t has little trouble with full of beautiful possibly a Wilmot of Taunton she
:.r them. I chin plates. Ihad certainly was a most significant feature that they had AT .. .'.",. RETAIL.
: l "The gardener !1" I exclaimed ; "I never abode before. Such never seen such a dainty was not a lady. She wished to be pleasant, i hired a carriage, instead of insisting on having -
let of that richly hung walls werea and fond
people kind run riot among though, was very of sympathizing
my ours.
: > most agreeable sight to a landlord Full
!lit with
me whenever she happened to observe "
Mr. Shute is in the studio, sirViII
: of you
.' "Oh, lor, Sir, well to be sure But there Well comforting inner warmth, I exclaimed, certain small green insects which she called walk upstairs?" said the servant.I .
has always been a gardener here. thereis' no fear of Mrs. Shute not nasty afrites on my roses. Had she been
That's but
r1 walked upstairs he was not there.
E .- his cottage there, behind the trees and admiring this 1" reading Persian and Turkish Tales?" -I)} FURNITURE |-
'1 she YCll think ?" said I On the tables and easels I saw a number of ,
out so he; "I'm so glad I wished afrite
pointed a pretty, red cottage across the I have an ill-disposed would carry water-color drawings in various stages of
had to be .
lawn. Little was visible very careful what I did. her off-but nothing did her
but the
tops of You carry away progress all of which he was copying from
I ." some dormer windows, for a high trellis sion.see, she is quite the creature of impres- from my side but the sight of the gardener others. Mr. Shute copied Turner drawingsand
a \ covered with roses screened it from view. should be miserable if she said the going toward the kitchen garden. Then she sold them as originals I saw it in a Crockery, Hardware, Tinware,

*' What's the rent of Fairlawn?" I asked Cottage know was not pretty. By the by, did you said in a moment, Dear Mr. Peveril, Edward moment. And he had copied mine Or had
in sudden fear for the little bit that she was one of the Wilmots of and I are so fond of fresh
saw of the Taunton ?" vegetation, he, perhaps, sold the original and sent me
gardener's cottage was so well built that it may I go and ask that man to cut off some back the copy ? Then the drawings on his BUILDING :MATERIAL,
Now I
alarmed was not going to stand that.: I little trifle for the "
me. Cottage? and I
had made rejoicingat walls were copies too, and I had not such a
: One hundred and up my mind to feel a great respect this good fortune
sixty pounds, Sir. for always well-to-do tenant after all for those Turnerson
;'i .' My wife's countenance fell. With prompt had the Shutes of Sheffield, and if they all said, Oh. pray do,," And] she went and the walls had been my sheet anchor of

.,,'' : decision she took off her spectacles, put Shute as good an idea of furnishing as Edward commanded him to bear to her abode cauliflowers safety. Perhaps the rent of this cottage, for PAINTS, OILS, CORDAGE, ETC.

r them carefully in their case, and stowed but I they were emphatically worthy of it; and peas, lettuces, apricots, or what- which I had sacrificed much, would,never

,c 'a '*' them away in her bag as no longer needed. much was not going to allow myself to be so soever else was agreeable to the palate of a be paid, and my cream and new-laid eggs,

"I' One hundred and sixty pounds," I repeated sides what impressed the by any other family. Be- creature of impression.: For my part. I my fruit, my vegetables. rny peace of mind,
: : j'I ;i were Wilmots of Taunton to should not have cared what went to the Cottage GOODS
t-" very sadly. me? I well even my hopes for the future were all to be DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF
l :, Yes, my dear, that settles it," said my was acquainted with every rose so long as nothing came from it-to sit as nothing. Letters with foreign stamps lay

", 'j. y* beloved wife ; but she had no idea what of that was grown, I knew every pansy worthy by my side I mean. But my wife said too on the table, doubtless orders from the antipodes THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE.

,i H'j regret I was feeling. a place in my garden but-I had never much went They had new-laid eggs. milk for valuable drawings which my
r : '.: r; I suppose it's no use thinking of it," We of the Wilmots of Taunton. cream, and more butter than we could well clever tenant had no difficulty in supplying,

f /, '. r said I, with a sigh but I never saw flowers ted went over all the rooms. One was fit- spare," and they did not pay as they got it., and even now his wife and her sister were

.,.: '.. "I.t lo so well in any garden before." set up as a studio., :Mr. Shute's easel was but let the account run ou. twining their meshes roundI ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED.
;: Come John,*' said my wife. "It's only up, color box and palettes were ready, "Be patient" said I ; "don't complainand looked up suddenly, and saw from the '1
.,' but of course he had not to !
k begun work don't offend them. We
t' tiring ourselves for no purpose-we had yet. should have ;Snutes: window my i/oroiueitunu *u. VUCIC

,:.. ', '' D .. better go., You know as well as I do that "I shall be been very hard up but for tnese smites, for walking in the garden below, hand in hand. .
glad when I
$ 'F we ought not ''suuuie ourselves with such a here said he.U get her safely) I have spent more on the house and garden, Joy took possession of my heart. He had -

*; .: .! high rent." fetch, her from the Dy the by, how am I to and it is an immense comfort to have such fled from the two Wilmot sirens in search of

,4 Stop I have an idea," said I joyously, mind railway station ? *Do' you rich tenants. They must be rich for those my Dorothea !
J r H+. We might reduce the lending me the pony carriage? pictures on the walls are worth thousands. We
t, rent by letting that I said I would lend never saw the Shutes again. That
"" it to him but I wished
; Don't let
us think of the Shutes. Let
us left
same evening they Eglantine Cottage.
44 he had not said the carriage if he had "
"So you might. Sir," interposed the housekeeper said pony : enjoy our happiness? Next morning two emissaries of the law took
; ,' : "It has six your pony carriage it would not have Our dear daughter had got a lover-not
good rooms and a looked much like a possession of it.fr.. Shute was deeply in
3 kitchen ; it was let a little while back to the just much so vehicle which belonged declared one. but one who was evidently in debt, but he had taken away: nearly everything -
as to him
; gut ? : Curates. It's only the last year or two the Mrs.Shute as to me. earnest. He was a thoroughly conscientious that was valuable. All that remained

::4i: gardener has had it." was a tall, pale, languid-looking upright man, and had a small estate satisfy his creditors was a certain amountof r

'14.t; We went to the cottage, and when I saw which woman of eight and twenty, with fair hair- which had been in his family for a coupleof Indian matting, two pairs of flimsy curtains -

s' z what an excellent house it was I decided to dull blue was by no means all her own-and centuries. Our joy about this made us a few rush-bottomed chairs, empty /i!.'''

t: take Fairlawn. I settled the matter at once on the sofa.eyes. She spent most of her time, tolerant of the Shutes. The young folks picture frames and some furniture too heavyto .rfirt

It and in ten days began to move in. I gave "I met constantly, and the more we saw of be moved. The china plates which had ,,' ,
do wish ,
that "
so we had little bit "
a of Mr. Ducie the liked him. "
the cottage a name likely to inflame ardent, more we Perhapsit looked so imposing were cracked in
every -
J at the back :'f.
ground of : :
our house, said )Ir. was a lucky thing that Mrs. Shute liked ;; '!"
and poetical minds, called it Eglantine Cottage Shute direction, and neatly mended. Not one of ;:,"
d and advertised it one day to my wife ; "if it were ever sitting on lawn better than driving with
freely. It had a veranda small. my them was worth a shilling Everythingelse 1ri
L F covered with roses, and a pretty little so can't sit in My poor wife never gets out; she my wife for if she had used our pony car- was much the same. This little para-

1.. ;, garden of its own in front, sloping down to road and our garden, for it is so near the riage my daughter would have had fewer' disc of icstheticisra had faded away in an
t being so much in the house is
the high road. We had established ourselves dull." so opportunities of seeing her. hour or two. "

at Fairlawn, brought our dear only daughter Having said this he looked One day after irritating me by calling my My wife and I were so happy that we did .
home from school and returned anxiously into penstemons antirrhinums, when I should ,
most of the her to how not grieve over our lost rent. My uncle lent
I' calls made on us by the resident gentry, before she eyes possessed.My see. much Christian charity have disliked to hear her bestow such an me L1OO. and three months afterward came

we had an application for the Cottage.At wife appellation on my snap-dragons, she, who to Dorothea's wedding on which occasionhe '

last a gentleman came-a man of five surprise and, poor dear. woman, was taken by knew nothing of our secret hopes suddenly satisfied himself, and me too that my ,' i 4.'
1 and thirty, with bushy, brown hair, keen, wish Mrs. Shute would I. exclaimed : Mr. Peveril, don't you think Turner was still on my walls, and that the ''f- "
inquiring gray eyes and a singularly intelligent sometimes-when use our garden that Mr. Ducie who comes to your house, is estimable Mr. Shute, of Sheffield, had con- "

; J face. His name was Shute. He had my husband is not work- a very charming young man ? We have tented himself with making a copy.Belgravia. ,c(' '
ing in it, I mean, for when he is busy he asked him to the and heis
studied for the Bar but forced Cottage, coming! .
was to live in
' ; likes to be careless about appearances."' There a nice ______________ "
; the country on account of his wife's health are great many young men in --- -------
+ i and now devoted himself to art. They had Oh I thank you 1 How truly kind!" exclaimed this neighborhood I am going to invite A COXCENTB.VTED solution of bichromate of

children and did not Mr. Shute. "Then we will have a my sister to come and stay with me-she is and it said
no 'object to a fort)?- potash glue makes is a cement
key'inade. You know there is a door from such a nice and beautiful }1"I
pound rent, though I myself had feared it girl so
back for repairing articles ,of broken glass which
our yard into and
1 L was rather too much. AH was soon settled your garden, we will I could see the connection of ideas. She '
provided the references he gave me were have a key made for it at once, unless you was going to invite her sister to the Cottagein will resist boiling 'water. Thecement is first ;'" r

satisfactory. have one you can lend us.." the hope of her fascinating some one- carefully applied to the surface and after ,

most And now my poor wife knew what she most probably our Mr. Ducie This was the fractured '
II They were satisfactory. Each of parts are brought together the
,. the two responsible and well-to-do done, for, of course, it was out of the fatal, for if Mrs. Shute made up her mind to
gentlemen whole is exposed to the action of the
an invalid like Mrs. Shute to sun.
to whom I wrote had the greatest pleas- deprive us of anything which seemed goodin .
walk all the way round by the lane to the her remained to but ;' <
ure in testifying to the high character of the eyes nothing us to
;, r,' gentleman who wished to be tenant proper entrance; and yet if she had a key resign ourselves to letting her have it. GOOD ADVICE.-You will prevent and cure >

and each concluded by saying my that such and could come and go when she liked, all My poor Dorothea I sighed heavily. the greater part of the ills that afflict man- :',

testimony on his part was almost unnecessary my pleasure in my garden would be gone. That marriage on which we had set our kind in this or any section, if:you keep your ; .
,t seeing that the said gentleman was one "You "won't go when my husband is at hearts was not to be. Mrs. Shute's sister, a stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect work- '

? of the Shutes of Sheffield. I read this and work? she said in desperation' to Mrs. Wilraot of Taunton, and probably also a ing order. There is no medicine known
straightway a fine flavor of respectability Shute, and then trusted' to her delicacy. creature of impression would come and win that does this as surely as Parker's Ginger

attached itself to my tenant-he was one of What a poor, weak thing to trust to! away Mr. Ducie's affections from my daughter Tonic. It will keep your blood rich and

the Shutes of Sheffield. This being the ,They got the key-they used it.frs.. and my wife and I would be such fools pure, and give you good health at little cost.
Shute, who was not strong enough to go that even we would allow ourselves to be See other column. '

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" MISTAKES IN NURSING.To I something. We' may take it, for granted REAL ESTATE. DRUGS MEVICINESE CT.

minister to the sick is one of the no- that when he feels inclined for anything, he ,. '

blest ambitions of the present age, as evidenced will ask for it' spontaneously' ; and the ,... ". EST.A.BLISI-IED 1875.

by the number of people who volun- promptings of nature are more likely l to ,.'.:' : ,
tarily devote themselves to such duties, independently lead him to a choice'of what i is best for him, -<; ".' --

of the calls of affection or considerations "than our string of suggestions. I have frequently : :': \ DRUGS '
reward. To be a good nurse observed that when sick people :. -,". ..... :,I 'H'. _.. .'i'1t' ,. "
have mentioned desire for food q. -. t. .'J'--. ,. .
requires a rare combination of excellencies any special J... ',. ...' 7'> :0." 0
they almost invariably eat of it when it is ':.::i'.0 i, "
in the same individual-intelligence, physical a. t'. : SUFFER
procured whereas it often happens when : ,. HORSEY & CO. '
strength, a kind disposition with firmness ; ;..,4.. 'Mtn r ,
a light hand and foot courage greater they have been persuaded to assent to some- ''tt'; .
than that which animates the soldier on the thing which has been proposed, the inclination :,.1.1.J -''

battle-field. Given these, and the nurse be- -if it ever existed-has passed away be- 0' i: .; "', ., =
comes more than half the remedy ; not only fore the dish or. article can be brought to 1'I', I ......\:;: ': : PHARMACISTS j=I no longer from Dyspepsia -

inspiring confidence on the part of the patient them. .< "'.Vi :' want ofAppetitelossofStrength
I u if it ever existed j"' for there is no :=r Indigestion,
but of the surgeon or physician also, say, ; '':, 'i\i'; .

who can rely that his instructions will be doubt that a patient often yields to suggestions :_, :,,' tl:, ,'''- .. :-: Centre Street.FERXANDIXA .
carried out with implicit obedience to the in sheer extremity, simply for the lack of Energy,Malaria,
sake of I happened to be in a sick ; '" .. ':
letter. Such a paragon however, is rarelyto peace. : : FLORIDA.
the other day when relative arrivedon Intermittent Fevers, &c.
be met with, except as an emissary from room a j.': 0cl'
the scene. She had been warned to ,., BROWN'S IRON BIT-
one or another of those admirable institu- constantly on hand a fine assort-
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management for this work ; and in the vast but her tender solicitude was wholly irrepressible rip;? t :' ,. EIGN and DOMESTIC
I am sure that she asked at least all these diseases.
majority of cases an invalid is placed in the ;.' ',
hands of his immediate friends or relations, twenty questions in less than a minute, until .t, ',.' Drugs and Chemicals

who, with the best intentions, it must be. the unhappy !sufferer writhed under them. ,1. :, .e.-:I ,

confessed, often prejudice his comfort and "Shall I raise your head a little? Will you _",,', lttI. ( Boston November 26, 1881.
retard his recovery by the very overanxietywhich have another pillow? Wouldn't you like .;; 'l Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, BROWN CHEMICAL Co.
head a little higher? Let me fan ', ., Gentlemen For years I have
is bred of affection. The object of your you. :: ., :
this paper is not to convey the instructions Will you have the blind up? What can Iget '. 0... -"-";" .:. :" Proprietary and Fancy Goods, been and could a greatsufferer get no relief from(having Dyspepsia tried

necessary for the education of an accom- you? Some arrowroot? Do try some! ., ?, +V. everything which was recommended -
plished nurse-a difficult task-but to enu- I am sure you will be more comfortablewith ;:. ;_i,, .... "' FINE TOILET ARTICLES, ) until.acting on the advice of a
another pillow. Will have one? ; "' : ., friend,who had been benefitted bBRON'S
Overate a few small points which should be you ,,' :: v.';. Iu -'
avoided, as tending greatly to the discom- -yes ; do I'll go and get one. Will you '.: {' PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., bottle,with IRON most BITTERS surprising,I results.tried a

fort of the patient, and for the guidance of have a cup of tea? I'm sure it would do s:1pis;' Previous to taking BROWN'S IRON

those who, without previous experience, you good. A cup of tea won't take a minute," .I IN GREAT VARIETY. BITTERS,everything I ate distressedme
find themselves suddenly thrust into the etc. The cup of tea has been a dreadful in- and I suffered greatly from a

most responsible position. strument of torture in the hands of well- burning sensation in the stomach,
I Physicians' which was unbearable. Since taking
who would not
meaning people, knowingly
Quietude is a great thing of course : but BROWN'S IRON BITTERS,all my
real quietude means the absence of all ex- have teased a fly. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at troubles are at an end. Can eat any
and it must be remembered that I These are small things, you will say. But reasonable prices. time without any disagreeable results -
citement, a small thing in health is often magnified to I am practically another
anything out of the common will tend to Mrs. W FLYNN
: a matter in sickness and the sum- person. J. ,
excite the mind of a sufferer. Do not, grave Maverick St.
30 E. Boston.
total of them all be serious in their
I may as Florida Lands.
therefore walk on tiptoe, for this in
effect as the disease itself. It will be seen
addition to its unusual elaboration of the
that the few which I have laid
gait, invariably causes a certain amount of i points upon DR. J. D. PALMER.; T. W. PALMER.PALMER BROWN'S IRON BIT-
stress are such as are calculated to promote
Speak in low tones but don't
creaking. tranquillity of mind-which, indeed, is half BRO'S TERS acts like a charmon
whisper; a whisper will often awake a sleeper ,
the battle medical treatment. It is
who would not be disturbed by an ordinary in generally the digestive organs, j ..
conceded that trained who has
conversation : and never say Hush !I" no interest in the patient a beyond nurse that, which The Peninsular 1--- -f4 F41 II I i Rii I { { I 11 I i II II | 1. '!+- removing all dyspeptic
Let clothes and foot-covering be of as
your the duties of her office is better fittedto
noiseless and unobtrusive a character as impose, I symptoms, such as tast-

and instead of gliding and tottering expedite his recovery than those who are ANDJTropical PHARMACISTS ing the food
possible Belching
If ,
about like a rickety ghost, do not hesi- bound to him by ties of affection, howe'erwelcome +-
Heat in the Stomach
their presence may be in the hourof ,
tate to walk. If you have occasion to say
anything in the room, say it so that the pa- affliction. Whether the reader will agree -] Florida Centre Street, near Depot, Heartburn, etc. The
with me or not. is more than I can tell but
tient can hear it if he wishes, and do not let f only Iron Preparationthat J
my experience in foreign countries has im-
be of conspiring privatelywith
aware your pressed me with the conviction that men FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. will not blacken the
the others, especially at the door. That
make far better nurses than women.-Chambers'
door has much to answer for. If it be visible teeth or give headache.Sold .

from the bed, people open it cautiously, Journal. && ABSOLUTELY PURE

put their heads in, and slowly withdraw

a ain. If. as is more frequently the case, it Professional and Business Cards. ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE DOMESTIC; AXD IMPORTED by all Druggists.

is screened by the bed-curtains, mysterious ---------- ------ -------- -- ----_.-- .
heard unattended COUNTIES OF Brown Chemical Co.
openings and shuttings are ,
with any apparent ingress or egress, and Baltimore, Md.
totto-voce colloquies go on outside. When '
t and at do ALAOHU
you enter, so honestly, once;
not spend five minutes m turning the handle : Standard Patent Medicines, See that all Iron Bitters are made by
Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore,and
like housebreaker
a thereby producinga have crossed red lines and trade-

cries of irritating little clicks, finally ter- FERNANDINA, FLA. PUTNAMMARION:1 -I| Fancy TOILET Articles7{ mark on wrapper.
minating in a big snap with which the door ]-

flies open. If the latch be at all rusty, a BEWARE OF
handle that is slowly wound back in this Calls answered promptly day or night,and :

way will often stick, and either require to Medicine furnished without extra charge. PERFUMERY,

be rattled back into position, or, if left as it Office hours :-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2and STJIMITEIR

is, may start back suddenly, after a time of 7 to 8. 3'31y* AND LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc.

:, its own accord with a report like a pistol-
I shot It is always well to recollect that it b)r IHERNANDO 2& Especial and careful attention paidto
no means follows that a sick is asleep Q 7 --
; person R &&&
because his shut be < PRESCRIPTIONS, by
he .
eyes are ; may acutely {/} .'tif'i:::;'; z -
conscious of all that is passing in the room, hi :;\rw -- 7 AT PRICES FROM an experienced Druggist. PARKER'S

though unable or unwilling to make any B .:_. t\.,!1.:0.. .. ..;. e-........ ._ MR. RABB the Manager, will sleep t ? HAIR ifIDOW'S
sign ; and nothing can be more maddening, ":\. __ "- ?'!:: i'r"J .......... ,,...
under such circumstances, than to have peo- ) '... .... .'C----;: _;,:...=-....."-.".._.. '-'f1. ;t-m. .. to:"" er. =- over the store. and will respond to all calls BALSAM.
a w. .j -
ple hush-sh-shing, and whispering around, / -a *'=* ko-...t""t.'"t.-._-.E'; -";}''';'.'.- !!-rV.F.J .:.i ::::1. $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All at nitrht perfect drfss"

and creaking about on the tips of their toes. Hiff] 't..;' i 12:::0rI ing.elepantlyperfumed

We have all sympathized in our hearts with ,. and harmless

poor Sir Leicester Dedlock when his tonguewas .. t dandruff KeniOMs restores

smitten with paralysis, with his sister these lands are in the central t r ( iiatur.4! constantly bending over him with clasped 'V I. B. C. DURYEE preiti nlo

hands and murmuring, He is asleep-! peninsular portion of the State, and ., .

till, goaded to desperation, he makes signsfor GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, within fifteen miles of Railroads in '

his slate and writes:!, I am not." "z OI'::ETON

Never stand at the foot of the bed and CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, successful operation, traversing a territory z ,c_
J look at the While to him J.i OLOG \\E.
patient. talking which is t;+41 4 .i j
it is better to sit by the side of the bed, andas FERNANDINA, FLA. being more rapidly c -. Anezrn i e,' irk

near the pillow as possible, so you may settled and developed than any other Ee NDALCS 1 a=- p' vwt prrfna With

converse easily, while your face and bodyare Hay, Corn, Oats 6 S4AV tiGuRE t r :qrr.ry. wftlH dionailr, ui
turned in the same direction as his. By part of the State. = uu.l'&cvnl I

i this means you can make all necessary ob- W. K. IIAUKMGIIT, The fertility of the soil and accessi- PARKER'SCINCERTONIC -;'
servation of his features without enforcing MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY I

1 the arrest of his eyes to your own, which is WHOLESALE AGENT AND, RETAIL, bility to the largest and best markets THE discovered, ab it is certain in its .

HO embarrassing and disagreeable to one make these lands etlects raid does not blfeter. HEAD PROOF '
lying in bed, and it is almost unavoidablewhen BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, particularly desira- BELOW.

facing him. Keep him in as comfortable ANDDealer rable for the cultivation of fruits and An This Invigorating i delicious' ennhn..tt'Medicine that.rt of Never Cinuer; Intoxicates I'ucliii.Mandrake. .

a position as possible, by all means,but in Ice .
Millingi.i :n..t i in fv' n lirr; of the \ !'t
don't be too demonstrative in smoothing TENNESSEE BEEF early vegetables for shipment. For Saved Him $1,800.00. vegetable: remedies! i."'<." i 11 > .It... "I I disorders f
the pillows and little offices of that sort.Pidg'ty and immediate the bowels stomach.Itver, kiduc i >!' aim lungs, &.is
large there is ADAMS N. Y. 30
profits 1882.
January ,
attentions will him and do BROOM STREET WHARF,
worry Dr. B. J. Kendnll d- Co. The Best and Surest Crugh Cure Ever Used.If .
him more harm than downright neglect. 19-tf no industry in Florida the :
FER to
ANDINA, FLA. equal GENTS-Having used deal of you are suPetinj f Will female Compbit
a good
When you are sleepy, it is better for your yourKendall's Nervousness, iktfiiliiess. i hei:nisitism Dyspepsia
charge, as well as for yourself, that you LOUIS A. C. LANGE raising of early vegetables for Northern Spavin Cure with great success. I age or any disease or i"firllli'tLe Pr rker',
should go to bed at once, and get that re- markets. thought I would let you know what it has Ginger 1'onic It will!'.irrii-jtlieii br..iu and body

pose in slumber to which you must succumb TTPHOLSTERER, done for me. Two years ago I had as speedy and give you rew life at d tuor.
SADDLE For and a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. 100 DOLLAR r;
AND HARNESS-MAKER new circular
eventually, however strong your devotion descriptive i
When I was breaking him he kicked over Paid for anytl:ing injurious found in Ginger Tenic
may be, and however great the interests at Foot or for a failure to help or cure
of Centre Street, address the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his ..., ., .
stake. It is not necessary to dwell here on SOc and f 1 the nt ilralrr IH lirnr' .In?b.:vineflSiic.
the prudence of economizing your strength, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. CHAS. W. LEWIS, hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best Send forcimiUrtoIIlwox Ji(:.... l':>WI". ..N.Y.
farriers., but they all said he .
was spoiled.He
that be of
you may capable greater or prolonged -
exertions, should the need for them Furniture repaired in the best manner. Land Commissioner, }had a. very large thorough-pin! and I

arise look this detail Hair Mattresses made used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
or to at from the pointof to order at short Fernandina, Fla.,
view which affects yourself. But, in any notice. 36 Cure and it took the bunch entirely off, and J

case, you can be of little or no service, worn Or Ocala, Florida.. 38 he sold afterwards ror$1800 (dollars). I have JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS
JAMES JtlcGIFFIN used it for bone spavins and wind-galls andit
out with fatigue, and in a condition more ,
has always cured completely and left the
akin to somnambulism than and
leg smooth.It .
the spectacle of a nodding, dozing nurse is CONTRACTOR I but contains all the medicinal
', is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I .
neither soothing nor reassuring to the suf : :
ferer; while if you be one near and dear to Alachua Street, between Second and Third, ,- :.:- r),,.._'"!; ,.'" have recommended it to a good many, and is very of the pleasant finest to Jamaica take and Ginger Root. It
they all say it,does the work. I was in With- ,
him, he will be tormented with anxiety lest FERNANDINA, FLA. . .
erington cfeKneeland's
you should health his drug store,in Adams, CURES INDIGESTION
impair your own on . HEADACHE,
account. In such a case as this, you cannot Orders and estimates from a distance care- ., '' the other day, and saw a very fine picture
do better than lie down comfortably on a fully attended to. 25tfO. !- yon sent them. I tried to nuy it, but could COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC,

sofa bed where he watch not; thev said if I would write to you that
or and
there have a good nap-for his sake. S. OAKES, .,. you would send me one. I wish you would, ,
Some people have a great notion of tempt.- :, J.,:,, and I will do you all the good I can. PAINS in the Stomach: and Bowels,

"ig the appetite by the suggestion of all C NTRACTOR AND BUILDER, .... Very respectfully. E. S. LY JAN.Kendall's .

manner of eatables and drinkables, or by _,I ,r-.) and MALARIA, by wanning and stimulating -
bringing them ready prepared to the bedside MANUFACTURES the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy

This doubt is DOORS AND WINDOW :: Spavin Cure.ON action. Sold bv.
experimentally. no > very FRAMESOF ;; ,.. .
well at PALMER BRO'S,
times-during convalescence, for instance '
; but, as a medical man, I am per- Post Office Box 174. ALL SIZES. '. '-. HUMAN FLESH. Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.

suaded that it is a mistake in the earlier jan4 Fernandina, Fla .' J"1- V EYAY, IND., August 12, 1881. Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA
stages of an illness, when all food is loathed .'- A. Dr. B. J. Kendall &: Co.: GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made

alike, and the creation of an appetite is an F. -W. ANSLEY f... GENTS-Sample of circulars received to- without peppei. 22
The to be done ,: ;' -
impossibility. thing is
day. Please send me some with my imprint,
to impress on the invalid the necessity of {,- .
c ; printed on one side only. The Kendall's BOOKS AND STATIONERY.

taking what is ordered for him at stated = Q .;1 ';'" '." ft"" ;;' Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, _h ..

times just as be takes his medicine; and it I. ::s "'; !",:.; .:- : ; t -7. and not only for animals but for human : HORACE
should M .. J DREW
be prepared on the same footing as a tsIf:: = ,J **;: ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the

1l1l'dicine-\vith the understanding that it isa '* v leading farmers in our county, sprained an Stationer
nauseous dose and must be presented in a ,}:3t.a---V. : i t- ankle badly, and knowing the value of the Bookseller, ,

form that will admit of its being swallowedas If : ., ".t ,.: remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it Printer and Binder.

compactly and rapidly possible. It is I JI ..:.j ::_ ;. : : ,, did far better than he had expected ; cured
worse than useless to emplov flavoring mat- ::", .;0';:.$oo 4i.' "k;"'_"" the sprain in very short order. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW
ters >
at this with : .. ;
the idea of .
stage, making .. : .,:;..) a '" Yours respectfully, C. O. THIEBAND.Price .
e 1 ? 'r.l P,
anything palatable; if can render his ,, '' ., A SPECIALITY.
fool ; .;t1 $1 per bottle or 6 bottles for $5. All

absolutely tasteless, you will do.far South '. ,> : druggists have it or can get it for or it
more for him.! And beyond this forcible side Centre St., near the Depot. ; J s fJ' ',' you ;jSff Liberal discounts to Teachers and
will be
sent to address of
: on receipt
administration, so to speak, of a certain FLORIDA '7; .: any Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on
amount JEWELRY FOR S ALE.. .AND, price by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL -
I think little good is gained by sug MADE TO ORDER. .; ; ; ;: A CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt. application.

gesting that this or that delicacy, in the hope '":'".',...'"0 rt; Send for Illustrated Circular. 59 W. BAY STREET, .
your patient may be induced to "fancy" ; .
ar- All work warranted. .
'. ,::-:,;' f Sold by all Druggists. JACKSONVILLE FLA.it .


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; THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY east and west half across the peninsula, EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. etc. -
: way ,) naturally resents criticism upon its favorite A DUTY TO OUR STATE.

h I connecting by a short river with the Lagunadel scheme. The relation of the editorto The results of the Louisville Exposition!!

Santo (Okechobee) which has THE COOL SEASON-COLLEGE GAME OF HARES promise to be highly beneficial
; :' SEPTEMBER 29, 188S. Espiritu the project naturally induces it to look Florida to Florida
While the
wlS' an outlet ,at Key Biscayne Bahia de Calos AND HOUNDS-A TRIP MAGNIFICENT with favor upon all its plans, estimates and been meagre they have exhibits made thus a very far favor have

'. t.J x r A SHIP AND BARGE CANAL COM- (Charlotte Harbor), and also due south. CAVERN IN LOST COVE-THE PLEAS- promises. able comparison with those of other States

; PARED.We According to this map Florida is, a great URES OF A MOUNTAIN TRIP. The Mirror has neither disparaged nor assailed and missioners excited have universal been approval. The com

t *Is -* : last week institute a comparison between morass intersected in every direction with SEWANEE, September 25,1883. the ship canal project, which it has of means, and hampered the elegant by fixtures insufficiency

j. ; ;: a canal with,locks, reported upon and bayous. The leaves have begun to fall, and the always regarded with great interest in its. and appliances other sections are wanting

L I ( recommended by General Gillmore, and the In Moll's Atlas (London, 1719)), Florida is thermometer at night and morning stands general aspects and relations to the com- in our own.and Still promises, our ,display by the has advent been respectable

1 ':a i ; ''I tide-water canal which General Stone says represented as triangular in form, from Lake below 60. This is the bracing tonic weather merce of the world. It has not regarded its 'Florida Day" on the 18th proximo to become of

;i : : is feasible, but which fact, to our apprehension George north as'-"good ground," and south which we of the tropical clime most need to benefits to Florida immediate really magnificent. It is important to
as so or so our interests to make it
: he has not demonstrated. There is aCM as, lakes and brooks land." The route of give tone and vigor to the system. I think, The Louisville Exposition is
great as the barge canal, but that is simplya distinctively
!. .f third, and in our opinion a much more fea- an expedition made by Captain T. Nairn, as a general rule, our. people go North too question of opinion.The and characteristically Southern. The plan of

r+ ;i y sible, as it is a much less costly, canal project accompanied by thirty-three Yemasee Indians soon and return too soon. The climate of it was sufficiently grand to properly effect
scheme of the Ship Canal Company, its object. In buildings and grounds it com
s which has been discussed, to-wit: a to Lulu, in South Florida, is laid Florida is quite comfortable, and certainly now under discussion is a fair subject of pares favorably with those of any industrial

# ?4 barge canal-for which we have also an estimate down. Cacema town (Kissimee) is locatedon healthy, up to the 1st of August. August fair ever held. To it will come people from
criticism. The report which we have criti- all over the world ; capitalists interested
>; ''
t : .4' The ship canal he estimated on a basis of chobee, which is not represented by any best to take a Northern trip, because theyare excavation curious to learn what the Southern States
of a large of which
-, portion must
J T and do
can Merchants
:t 80 feet wide at bottom, 240 feet surface, and large body,of water, and which it is, there- the worst of the Florida season and the produce. man-
;.i'. r 26 feet deep, with 15 locks, at a cost of $50- fore, doubtful if they reached ; but the better part of that of the North. less cost than a canal with locks, placesthe are there by thousands; men who make fib-

b '1 000,000. course of the St. Johns and the chain of Among the modern importations of amuse- rous wares, wooden wares and paper; those
cost of excavation at only 14 cents per who put up canned fruits, vegetables and
-ttt; :' : The barge canal is, estimated on a basis of : lakes connecting with Okechobee is correctly ments for school boys is that of "Hare and cubic yard, and absolutely ignores all rock meat ; brewers and distillers ; men of every

'.. 100 feet at bottom, 8 feet depth, and slope oft I given. Hounds," common, I believe, in the English trade, seeking among the exhibits those pro-
I excavation. Upon this basis of calculationit ducts used in their respective lines and
.. banks 1 to li. The cost grading 132 miles I The French expedition in Florida in 1563-4 schools. Two young men supplied with a pronounces that the cost will not exceed knowledge of their value and cost ,of pro-a

jr.t ; t,l ; is placed at$3,330,543.74; the cost of 34 locks, did not, probably, make any excursions intoso large quantity of bits of paper start out in forty-six millions of dollars, and that it is duction.
Florida has
.i .. etc., $1,444,014 improvement of Aucilla the woods dropping the bits of as succeeded in the march ot
; distant a part of the peninsnla. The Span- w paper entirely feasible. material progress because she has advertised

; t" ,, and, St., Mary's rivers, bridging the Suwanee, iards had no motive for doing so except the they go. They have a few minutes' start, To meet the criticism of the Mirror and to her splendid possibilities, because she has

; ./ entire cutting along summit level, $1,650- establishment of trading houses, which when the hounds, which may consist of the earnestly desired immigration, and becauseshe
: support the report of General Stone, the has never failed to rise in her might
i' 000;; total about $7,000,000, as against $50- I, would have been too distant from their base whole school, start in pursuit. The hares Times.Union says : and unitedly denounce her traducers. It

l ,- 000 for a ship canal with locks, and proba- of supplies. double and wind around through devious takes but one year to make a settler in this
Such is the enterprise which the editor of
M Jf bly three times that sum for a tide-water Prior to the breaking out, of the Floridawar paths to throw their pursuers off the track, the Mirror (which is also an incorporator of and State earnest a patriotic defender citizen of, the an ever-vigilant fair name of

Ny1 (+' ship canal. in 1835 very little knowledge of that and the skill of the hares in avoiding cap- the barge canal scheme) has set himself to Florida. We are every year developing new-

::4n .. The' difference between a barge canal with I region had been acquired by the Americans, ture is exercised with the greatest energy attempt discredit.to His show latest that effort the estimates in that line of is cost an possibilities few years ago, and was a residence full of privations here, which and a

tl 1 ." towage of a number of barges by a steam I the whole of East Florida, with the excep- and ingenuity. The game is exciting and made by such engineers as General Stone hardships for many, has become what it is

tug is similar to that of a locomotive with tion of a portion of the sea-coast, being gives any amount of physical exercise. A in and order Captain to Hill do this are he not cites trustworthy the report and of in the is most favored States.It .
important to at this
_r its train of cars. A ship canal has all its occupied by the Indians. As the war wenton few days since the students here had a gameof General Gillmore upon another scheme Southern Exposition Florida us shall not great fail

4a 'w i load placed on one ship with its own motive the Seminoles were driven South into "Hare and Hounds," which was partici- along another line. General Stone having to properly acquit herself, and if we do our

:.. E power. The difference in cost between the pated in by a large number. The hares ran estimated the cost of excavating common duty we can create there an impression
the lake region and the Everglades. Naval earth at 14 cents per cubic yard, the editorof which shall be paramount in the mind of

two systems of moving freight by water is expeditions were sent in, which traversedthe out a distance of eight miles, and the pur- the Mirror calls attention to the fact that every sight-seer, for potatoes and garden

;, *' very great. This is now: demonstrated on Everglades from the Atlantic to the suit of the hounds was so vigorous that the I cents General per Gillmore's cubic yard estimate for similar in work.1879 was This 20 can vegetable show! grow a more everywhere tempting, but display what State than

the great lakes and on the Mississippi river. Gulf in boats. first of them who led the pack went seven argument, of course, makes no allowancefor Florida can make with her golden oranges

, r' l. One tug moves as much freight as a steamer In 1847 the Legislature of Florida passeda miles in fifty minutes. A little grandson, the recent great improvements in exca- and hundred varieties semi-tropic fruits?
vating machinery ; but it can be set at rest, Let us then, have "Florida
a at
i ten times its cost. It is the cheapest mode resolution requesting Congress to grant to only eight years of age, kept up with the not by inference, but by specific fact. A Louisville that shall not expose us to unfavorable -

of transportation yet devised by man. Its the State of Florida all the lands lying southof hounds and traveled fourteen miles between well known contractor of Baltimore, Md., conclusions, but shall show us to be

i4 value on the lakes and the Mississippi willis dinner and supper, and seemed no worse for has made a formal offer to the Ship Canal that favored section which we really are.-
"Carloosa Hatchee river and northern Company to take its whole excavating workat TimesUnion..

."; :gN not be questioned. Why, then, by the same shore of Lake Okechobee and between the his trip. Such is the tonic effect of this the rate of twelve cents per cubic yard if

;+., .:'", reasoning, should it not be the most available Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, on bracing mountain air. payment is made wholly in cash, and at the I IMMENSE OIL WELLS IN IlOUMA1 -
tit, rate of fourteen cents per cubic yard if pay-
i I % mode of moving heavy freights.grain, the condition that the State would drain Your correspondent formed one of a partya ment is made partly in cash and partly in 1 NIA.

'.:.', etc., from the mouth of the Mississippi to them and apply the proceeds, after defray- few days since upon an excursion to Lost the stock of the company. He already has BRADFORD, PA., September 21.-The Oil
$150.000 invested in machinery, and offers Well Supply Company this city to-day
1 the Atlantic coast? A steamer of tons
.'; I 3,000 ing the expenses of draining, to purposes of Cove, a distance of eight miles from Sewa- ample security for the due performance of received a letter from Prince, Sturby & Co.,

is : f ,, costs $350,000; a tug to move 3,000 tons in education. nee. A stream descends from the mountain his work. Moreover, the company has been dated Campina, Roumania. After ordering

I barges cost $30,000. As it is to informed that there are excavating ma- 2,000 feet of cable, five boxes of oil well supplies -
f may cheaper into a valley which is about four milesin
In June the of the Treasury
1847 Secretary -
II chines at work near Chicago which excavate sand lines, tools, and other materials,
) load freight on freight cars than on the engine appointed Buckingham Smith, Esq., to length, when a barrier of several hun- common earth at a very rapid rate and at a the letter goes on to say that two immense
; d it is to haul cost not exceeding nine cents cubic wells were recently struck near Campina.One .
so cheaper barges by tow authentic information in relation to dred feet shuts it in like a basin. The per yard.
i k ,': procure As for the rock formations which so alarm started off at 4,000 barrels per day. The
k ; r 1 than to load the freight on the vessel con- the Everglades of Florida. I mountain streams which pass into the val- .. the editor of the Mirror they have no terrors oil gushed forth with the power of a cy

.,'.,' taining the engine which gives the power. Mr. Smith was furnished with a revenue ley have forced their way through the base for the engineer or contractor. Such mate- clone. A river of oil ran down the valley
: rial costs more to excavate,but a much and went mostly to waste. For ten days
,4 : A canal would benefit the very
.. ship commerce of this barrier and tunneled it
cutter and boats built for the He as
purpose. smaller amount requires to be excavated.In this furious flow kept up, then it began to
'..' t :j: of the world, but a barge canal would bend commenced his exploration on the 1st of Sep- ally as the hand of man could have done. ordinary earth the slope of a canal has to fall off, and a cap was put on the casing.

{l; (': t efit Florida far more. We are quite willing The caverns thus formed are grand and be so very gradual that, in order to make This, however was soon blown through the
' ,. : t tember,1857.. The water was then as high in I sure of a channel thirty feet deep and eighty- top of the derrick. Sand was blown out in
,a .';.J'.. : and desirous that both should. be t'liu, t the Everglades as it ever is. In dry seasons I beautiful beyond description. Entering on two feet wide at the bottom, it must be 230 large quantities, and lay on the derrick floor I
the canal the feasible feet wide at the surface. In stiff the six feet deep and the oil down the ,
,,.1'' we regard barge as more the water falls thirty inches. Mr. Smith reported the upper side the explorers, well suppliedwith clay as ran
l ? slope can safely be made much steeper. In ravine it left deposits of sand for more than :
'., of the two. that the bottom of the basin was of lights, descend a long incline of broken rock formations the walls can be made almost three miles from the well. The other well

f;! '; '>' A barge canal would not necessarily require lime rock near the shore, slightly covered rocks, a distance of 150 feet or more. At the perpendicular. And with such soft started off at 1.500 barrels per day. The Oil

::' greater depth of water at our Atlantic rock as underlies the soil of Florida for the I. Well Supply Company has already sent a
any bottom of this incline a stream is heard
with sand. In the bot-
deeper portions
most part the cost of excavating a channel number of drillers to Roumania. and has
../ coast than the mouth of the St. :Marys tom is covered with sediment, generally from rushing and splashing. Looking back to 100 feet wide would be but little more than also made several shipments of drilling tools l

yt .;'" r, river now possesses. Its cost and practicability two to four feet deep. The deposit occupies the entrance a lofty arch of silver grey rises that of excavating one 230 feet wide in and oil well supplies. I
ti v+ common earth, for modern excavating ma-
are more certainly ascertained and its three-fourths of the surface of the glades like a canopy overhead, lighted with a chines scoop out friable limestone almost as Post-Office Notice.
\ success is more certain If a ship canal only weird and ghostly radiance, which seems to easily as dirt.General .
covered with water, has no adhesive matter, Office ours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 p. M.
'I'.,,,,\; r lessens the time from twelve thirty-six and when dry is, of' the consistency of snuff. come from some lower region, and to be unlike Gillmore had in 1879! estimatedthe Sunday hours, 10:30 A.1.. to 11:30 A. M.
hours it is not certain that the canal would of excavation of surface canal Orders and Letters from
.:' The ,springs from. the, deposit either the light of the sun or the moonor cost a Money Registered
; grass ,
9:00: A. M. to 1:00: p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M
be preferred ; but if a .barge canal will the stars. From this lofty cavern where little or no rock was to be expected,
though several feet below the surface of the pas- to 4:00: P. it.ARRIVAL .

:'.\ cheapen freight twenty per cent., it is sure water, and is taller and more dense in the sages diverge for long distances in every di- at 20 to 30 cents per cubic yard. He says : AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.

'.: to be preferred. rection. Through the main cavernous pas- .' In the project submitted excavations are Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday)
.'=:' ;' interior than near the shores. It grows to- Arrives................ 5:50 P. M. and 6.05: : p. :\r.
'. '''' The projects are not antagonistic. The the height of six to ten, feet. There are large sage a stream rushes wildly along with occasional estimated as being in sand and clay covered Closes......... ........... 7:30 A. )i. and 9:301..
".'\ I :ship canal looks to the transfer of loaded I lakes and still spots, where the with vegetable soil, materials which can be Transit & Peninsular Railroad
numbers of small islands scattered throughthe
.::1", I :ships from Gulf, ports by a shorter route; water is so translucent that it is almost in- easily and cheaply moved by machines, un Arrives.................. ..................... 5:50 p. M.:
.' ', glades, but they are sparsely wooded, visible. Stalactites abound in all the cav- Closes........................................ 7:30: A. M.
: the barge canal looks to the transfer of the derlaid on the western side by the rotten
:. i although the soil is usually rich. The wild erns. Narrow passages, cut in all the gro Jacksonville, South and West Florida-
loaded barges which down the Mississippi limestone.
LjI come myrtle grows thickly with the saw grass in tesque forms of Eastern architecture, are Arrives................... 9:00: A. M. and 6.05: p. :\r.
; to an Atlantic port for transhipment, and each the beauti- The interior and higher portions of the Closes .................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:30 p. :\I.
: many places, and makes a dense thicket, numerous, seems more
i and of Florida of Arrives Sunday....... 10:25: : A. M.
1 also to furnish transportation for the peninsula consist clay, inter-
"/a .S', through which it is impossible to force a ful. Passing down along the main cavern Closes Sunday:....... 4:00 p. M.
"* -country through which i it The ship mingled with calcareous formations. Coral
H i passes. boat; narrow passages are generally found. the passage enlarges, and we emerge on the St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mail-
x canal would apparently benefit Florida only other side of the mountain barrier, under a beds, some of great age, underlie most of the and
Arrives at 2:30
Mr. Smith estimated that the margin of the Tuesdays Fridays p. M.
;, by the expenditures made during its con- magnificent arch one hundred feet high, as State." Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. :\i.
glades at the mouth of the Miami was twelve
'J'i' .struction ; a barge canal would furnish Flor- perfectly arched and rounded as though Again he says : St. Mary's and Dungeness
feet above the sea. On the west side the elevation -
Arrives1onda8 and at 8:00 .
'' done by the chisel of the sculptor. It is Thursdays A.1.
ida with a cheap and valuable new route for Before a ship canal across Florida can be "
is less. and : at 2:30 .
Tuesdays Fridays P.1.
;, like the entrance to a magnificent cathedral, properly located, and a reasonable exact estimate '
the to market of its
F transportation products Wedn at 9:00
sdaysandSat days : A. M.
The extent of the Everglades proper is and its grandeur impresses one with the of its cost prepared, it will be neces-
-especially its timber and the heavier class of Closes: Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
sary to expend a liberal sum in collecting
about ninety miles south of Lake Okecho- weakness of human achievements comparedwith Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30: P. :\(.
? productions. Its value will be additional information. Numerous borings
; permanent bee, and in width from thirty to fifty miles. the work of the Almighty Architect of should be made at selected localities, to such SAML. T. RIDDELL P. )I.

t', ; ? and constant. Any expectations as to any great benefit to creation. Returning, our party climbedup depths as will leave no doubt concerning the nature -
the material that will have be built
of to
t the mountain side a thousand feet in Masonic.
be derived from the drainage of the great excavated.
THE FLORIDA EVERGLADES. height to the plateau of the mountain eleva- upon or Regular communications of Amelia LodgeNo.
r basin will not be realized the
probably as The statement that any contractor would 47 F. & A. M. for the 1883
It is not very long since the Everglades of tion from which had descended to visit year :
character of the deposit is too deficient in January 22. July 16.
undertake to excavate the bed of a canal at
; it Florida were regarded as an unknown and this beautiful work''of nature. As it was a February 19. August 13.
elements of available soil to last
t,w .e, unexplored region traversed only by the permanent holiday excursion parties had gone in all some places 150 feet deep, and in part, undoubtedly March 19. $. September 10.

l. '*, canoes of the remnant of the Seminoles, very long under cultivation.The directions, one large party, under the lead solid rock, for 14 cents per yard, April 16. October 15.
a 21. November 12.
---------- May
of General Kirby Smith, to visit a noted will carry no conviction to any mind whichcan
'E who lived a kind of amphibious life among Art Amateur for October is a treasurefor June 18. December 10.

j_* S the islands and watery wastes. home art workers. Its designs include cavern in the neighborhood of Cowan, of appreciate the difference between soft December 27.
which they gave rapturous accounts. An- earth and solid rock. How solid the rock is At 7:30: p. m. Visiting brethren fiaternally
the of ,
q Inspired by expeditions Stanley three China painters (primroses for a vase invited to attend.
and others into the interior of Africa, and harebells for a plate and poppies for a other party visited the coal mines at Tracy which underlie Florida at a depth of 150 J. E. WANDELL, W. M,

.J G Nordenskjold in to the recesses of Greenland, plaque,) three for embroidery-a letter case, City, twelve miles above here where theyare feet, may be readily ascertained from, the C. H. BERG, Secretary.
able to penetrate some three miles into
that enterprising the Times-Dem a photograph frame and a bellows; a charm- result of the boring for a public well on the
i newspaper, the bowels of the earth. These mountain Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. )I., holds its
i ocrat, of New Orleans, is about to send an ing hawthorn panel for wood-carving, a regions are the true summer resorts for our court-house square in Gainesville, in Alach- regular convocations on the Thursday following -
dozen pleasing figures for sketching on linen ua where the drill did not in each communication of Ame-
i exploring expedition into the interior of people who leave the State in quest of rest county, some regular
r* Florida. and a multiplicity of monograms and jewelry or pleasure.Rev. places, penetrate two inches per day. As to lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp.
There valuable articles Transient companions fraternally
I designs. are on
; Upon some of the older maps of Florida, Mr. Knight has returned to Crescent the theory of scooping out rotten limestone attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P.
in red and other
etching drawing art topics,
i- t notably that attached to Roberts' Florida, City and Mrs. Hedges to Fernandina. from the coral beds in depths of the canalat W. A. JONES, Secretary.
with some good examples of crayon work ; -
i 't 1763>> three-fourths of the peninsula of the the Munich and Boston art exhibitions are Yourcorrespondent will, regretfully, leave tide-water level, the proof exists only in Knights of Honor.

'' State is represented as an archipelago, with reviewed and attractively illustrated ; thereare for Philadelphia in a few days. the sanguine i imagination ofthe Times-Union. Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H.,
t e Your printer made my uncertain chirogra- I meets the first and third Tuesday nights in
water channels its whole excellent of Boule work
large permeating some pictures
I In 1866 the best railroad time between
phy last week read St. Augustus' Chapel. every month, at 8 o'clock.G. .
; ; area and innumerable ship canals coursing and one ofa remarkable Henri Deux cabinet The good Saint after whom the Chapel is New York and New Orleans was five days, N. SAUSSY, Dictator.W. .

it in every direction. The St. Johns river is inlaid with ivory, and many practical suggestions named is St. Augustine. F. and a passenger had to make nine changes t J. WOODWARD, Reporter.

branch for home decoration and furnishing.Price of them rides from to de I
represented as having a large connecting many long depot Honor.

4: with the Amasuro (the Withlacoo- 35 cents ; $4 a year. Montague Marks, THE SHIP CANAL ESTIMATES.The pot. In 1880 the time was reduced to four de Legion Leon Council of L. of
Ponce No. 922, A.
z+ chee), emptying into the Gulf of :Mexico publisher, 23 Union Square, New York. Times-Union (whose principal editoris days ; in 1873 to three and a half days, and H., meets the second and fourth Friday

in 1875 to three days and only one change. nights in every month, at 8 o'clock.
latitude 28 The
about Bay of Espiritu Atlanta, Ga., is moving for a permanentart a director of the Florida Ship Canal pro- Now the time has been reduced to forty- THEO. STARBUCK, Commander.W. .

Santo (Tampa Bay) is shown as running and industrial exhibition building. ject, associated with Mahone, Ben Butler, eight hours. J. WOODWARD, Secretarv.i .

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B03T1L(Absolutely Pure). ... :.:.. ,-,.i-t. '- : .-:":'"
GBANTS (AlumPowder)* ... :!-1-: >;
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BUXFOBD'S(Phosphate)fresh.! r
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Bl FOnD'Swhenfreah.fi!:: ",, ';': :, '.--- .. : .. .,..1.'';:, '. ,';'1'1das I .","JH.:. :!-,... _. New Fall Goods Now Opening

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CH1BM(Alum Powder)* .....-.-.. .".'"'.-'....-. -,.-..'"."-:"M-"" .'. -. a'. :-r'4 r t.-.iI. Cv'F.wr, AND RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.
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AXAZOX(Alum Powder ..:: : .1'1I. : Novelties in Silks,

CLEYELiSD'S: ,.; ...- ....:t"If.Mi-; -
... ...... ... .. Dress Goods, Velveteens,
PIONEER(San Francisco) ..... :: .".,; : .'!' .' .' 4:. .- F

CZ1BDB ............................ '. ," :-:''';:'-'':':''''''.''; ...., :'.''::.-", Cashmeres, Prints,
.r.t,'",..I.-., FERNANDINA, FLA.,
PBICE' J........ .......... :'?;" Cambrics etc. etc.
sow FLAKE(GrolTi,St.Paul); .... -. --:
Grocers Grain Dealers
LL RIS'.......................... ,
CO GBESS................. .... AND

HECKEB'S.................. .... .'...
General Merchants.
6ILLET'S..f... ,. HouseKeeping Dry Goods,

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ANDREWS(Milwaukee.A CO.).Regal.(eomtalns"*alum...) ,; '. CHOICE FAMILY ',GROCERIES, Blankets and Comfortables,
BULK(Powder IOld.l00H)......|_ :. V* OF ALL GRADES.

when not fresh... HAY CORN OATS, BEAN, FEED,
BUMFOBD'S, _| Special atttention is called
jSS- Gen'ts' FI-ne Clothl"ng I
to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of ,
FLOUR, GRITS AND MEAL, elegant cut and manufacture.
to Purity Wholesomeness of the Royal Baking Powder.

"I have tested a package of Royal Baking Powder, which I purchased in the Gents' Furnishing Goods, nil the. new styles.A .
open market, and find it composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It is a cream AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.FURNITURE .
of tartar powder of a high degree of merit, and does not contain either alum or
phosphates,or other injurious substances. E. G. LOVE, Ph.D." A LOiYPRICES.Ladies' and Gents' Underwear

"It it a scientific fact that the Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure." ,
"H. A. MOTT, Ph.D." .

-:3 |I- J5@We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New ,.
"I have examined a package of Royal Baking Powder, purchased by myself in : t
the market. I find it entirely free from alum, terra alba, or any other injurious sub- York, leadinn Clothiers. Suit smade to order and fit guaranteed.
stance. HENRY MORTON, Ph.D., President of Stevens Institute of Technology."

"I have analyzed a package of Royal Baking Powder. The materials of whichit Crockery Hardware, Tinware,
is composed are pure and wholesome.-S. DANA HATES, State Assayer,Mass." J & T. KYDD,

The Royal Baking Powder received the highest award over all competitors at .
the Vienna World's Exposition, 1873; at the Centennial, Philadelphia, 1376; at the .., FER TANDINA7 FLA.
American Institute, and at State Fairs throughout the country.No .
other article of human food has ever received such high, emphatic and uni- RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
versal endorsement from eminent chemists, physicians, scientists, and Boards of PAINTS, OILS, CORDAGE, ETC.
Health all over the world.

NOTE-The above DIAGRAM illustrates the comparative worth of various Baking MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE !
Powders,as shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments made by Prof. Schedler.A .
one pound can of each powder was taken,the total leavening power or volume in GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF _

each can calculated,the result being as indicated. This practical test for worth by THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. AND
Prof. Schedler only proves what every observant consumer of the Royal Baking .
Powder knows by practical experience, that, while it costs a few cents per pound
more than ordinary kinds,it is far more economical, and,besides, affords the advantage -
of better work. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder will convince any ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED.
fair minded person of these facts.

*While the diagram shows some of the alum powders to be of a higher degreeof _
strength than other powders ranked below them, it is not to be taken as indicating .., .
that they have any value. All alum powders,no matter how high their strength, .', -
are to be avoided as dangerous.J. ;,. ., "

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II. PRESCOTT, !, DR. W. E. SNYDER, : ,.;.' .," .' '.. ;\',! .', I = m--
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DEALER IN ...-.,: --{._. '. .. 53 .' .' \.' ... I
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Mm'Hoys'' and Youth's, ; :
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ladles', Misses' and Children, 8'b'i oZ.$'i. rl e&S. ,'. -
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--- I;- ) t fl:} ; ? *- (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1.080 T<)NS.

I -.-- ---- ---_. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STATE OF TEXA8, 1,543 TONS.

-'-.....-.....-.....- ..................'--"'-" ......"--"'-"' -- STEAMERST. Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near


Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
obtained for new invention Ecans. Special rates for Merchandise in ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON: on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
--- or for improvements in old large quantities. Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
Caveats' Trade-Marks
and ill business Infringements attended Agent for Hazard Manufacturing: Compa- This Line, having 110 Transfers between Femamlina and Sew
patent promptly
NICHOLAS best in the world. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
REJECTED still in most be
may cases patented -
by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
Office, ;and engaged: \ in PATENT BUSINESS W I ILL leave Fernandina for Savannah PLOWS. PASSED ACCOMMODATION TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
EXCLUSIVELY, we tan secure patents every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSOXTILLK connections at FI FERNANDINA FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD -
in less time than those who are remote mornings. arriving at the latter place H.3P for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
from "'a."hinrton. the same evenings. ------------- JOHNS, OCKLAWAIIA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
When Inventors send model or sketch Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer j f- RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
we make search in the! Patent Office, anat1.ise nandina I at:8 a.on m.Monday. Wednsday and Friday WH LEALANUTALI E i PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD
as to its patentability of charge M for LAKE WEIR.
correspondence confidential ; fees reasonable Deck Pass without Meals, $3.00 O WO THROUGH KILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
IS OBTAINED. } Excursion 7.00 freight passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

We refer by permission to the City Postmaster O o K. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
and to the Superintendent of the Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia .__ ..' i ," ,. "H"= FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
Po Boston, and Baltimore. H-1. .':" "'" t \ .-
-t-Omee ?foneOrt1E.'r Division in Washington.
For trCO C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
tickets and
state-rooms, apply at the '
For special references circular,service 51-
Pier 20 East River. New York.
terms, etc., addressC. Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. .
Opp.P\tf OfTh-' .. Washington. T>.r. f2 J. N. HARRIMAN General Manager Passenger! Agent. = A. B. NO YES, Jo GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY ETC.

In flic Justice's Court, Nassau d


J. &. T. KYDD vs. V. R. BRISTOL.
OF FLORIDA Family Supplies, I 3

are hereby notified that a writ of attachment HEAVY GROCERIES, I
has been issued against you, the -DEALER IN- !''i!* .-*.- -* *. *Il
aid 1'. R. Bristol, and your property attached _il Nr. -f- --
to satisfy the demand of J..S T. EIKE FAMILYGROCERI1.<
and Grain
ivydd. amounting to the sum of twenty-two :11OHANDLERY: 00
dollars and fifty cents. o fOr'
Now,unless you\ shall appear before G. W. -.=1----, .. I II I ,
:Sc'hnyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for ; SHIP STORES. 0
Nu.sau County, at his office at Fernandina, Groceries, Hardware, fe = EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN: THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
Fla., on the 24th day of November, A. D.
1 11'>: ,
rendered against you,and your property soldto FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .
pay the d(-bts. Dated this 20th day of Stoves, 00
September 18S3. Second Street,
Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 22, 18S34w v 1 c FERNANDINA, FLA. I II I
Crockery, i I
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Bookseller, Stationer,

Printer and Kinder. [{ N STEAM]] [SAW]] [MILL.] < Willow-Ware.' ;=; -+ FINE TEAS AND e COFFEES +- :

Books and
Orange Wraps O -I-ntt*-j-
+ :
z-: Liberal :;
discounts to Teacher and
constantly on handLumber VJ
j Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on HAS Q
1 application ye GOODS Received by Every Steamer.

tt t 59w. BAY STREET, ;2:"" by Cargoes. Prices 1 ask I as B ill t ; Low lt

JACKSONVILLE FLA. Office on Second Street. vie Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FEKXAXDIXA. ,
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;; AGRICULTURAL NOTES. American coast from the deep Caribbean. IMITATION BAKING _-
hr -t tr
1 !. ",;:, By day, the islet would have been visible To the Public in Lafayette October 6th Tuesday V after 4th. Monday. Superintendent. of Scoois-JC.Ramscc\etv
;1 r. ; "" SCUPPEBNONG AND FLOWER'S GRtir .-Every enough, with its great tree standing as a : .'-. .; Troy. '
:t r? ':" farm-house and town lot should have at warning beacon, tall and solitary. But the The public is cautioned against the prac- FOURTH CIRCUIT County Treasurer-J.. N. Peacock
;', : .; f. least one Scuppernong and Flower's night had been dark, and we made the tice of many grocers who sell what they Spring Term- Troy New
"L .::. y. ? .."; The former is very well known everywhere. closer acquaintance of the signal tree. We claim; to be Royal Baking Powder, loose or St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Collector of Revenue -Newton Sap, New
I" V : carried in bulk, without label or trademark..11 Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Troy.
The Flower's grape belongs to the same were a couple of days later, to St.
I, ... < family as bullace ; is a large black grape Andrews bay by a native fishing boat, which such powders are base imitations. Analyses Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Ta.rt'sS.Ackley, New
;1 : : with pleasant juice and thick pulpand skin had been on a cruise after turtles,and whichwe of hundreds of samples 01 baking pow- Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. LEON ('OCXTY.oun..ty Troy.
',f- '. ders sold in bulk to parties asking for Nassau, 3d in
(' -an enormous bearer-the berries holding signaled. There we saw the cocoanut Royal Tuesday April. Judge-Win. P.
:, .!. : '. on until near frost.when all other grapes are in all its glory. St. Andrews is the [chief have shown them all to be largely adult'erated Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. heriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee.Byrd:, Tallahassee.

r ',; :.:,, gone. It makes a good wine, and as the supply port of the cocoanut in the American mostly with alum, dangerous for use Fall Term- Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
:" '1' ':' ;: : ripening comes later in the season, there tropics. The nuts are brought North in food, and comparatively valueless for St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Superintendent of Schools-HenrvX
,' kh :' .': ,: is less risk of their after fermentation It from all along, the coast, and from many of leavening purposes. Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Tallahassee. --reuel.
;F' iF '. ;;: makes the best preserves and jellies of all the West India Islands, but St. Andrews is The public is too well aware of the injurious Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-.!. L. Demilly
j ''i ,," .::: ;: the grapes. One vine in a few years. will the great producing center. The island is effect, of alum upon the system, to Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Rez'enue-C. C.Tallahassee

J.: !t. :: i' : yield by the bushel, (as we know from experience given over entirely to cocoanut growing. need further caution against the use of any Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. hassee.. Pearce, Talla-

," "r '.; .: : ,I ) and requires no pruning, but only I The nuts are its only I currency, and from baking powders known to be made from Duval, 1st Tuesday in November; Attestor of Taxes-G. A. Croome
' e! '. ,." j, I an extension of the canopy or support, on them many: of the islanders have grown this'drug; but the dealer'sassurance, "Oh, FIFTH CIRCUIT. see. Tallahas
:. .:'f, .'., !'' which it is to grow and spread.Charleston rich, as riches go in that primitive society. it's just as good as Royal," or it's the genuine Spring Term- '. LEVY COUNTY.

I. :' News. The crop, which was originally planted by Royal, only we buy i it by the barrel to Sumter, Monday in March.
: .r..' ;' ,.'; --- .-----.'--- nature, has since been improved by nature, save expense of can," etc., is apt to mislead Marion, 4th Monday in March. Clerk-J.County Judge M. -J no. F. McDonell, Bronson.

..: Lt: : :;'-i THE RISK OF TOO MUCH COTTON.-A correspondent and now St. Andrews is said to produce the unsuspecting consumers into buying an ar- Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Sheriff J. S. Barco Parker, Bronson.
' best ticle which they would not Bronson.
'I't.r cocoanuts in the world. knowingly use March.
e under the signature of Observ
,: Assessor
''t r i'" '. er'"rItes from Stateburg, giving? a most The foliage of the cocoanut palm is inexpressibly in their food under any consideration. The Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Collector of of TlXes-Louis Relenue-J. Appell, Bronson
beautiful. only safety from such practices is in buying Ira Gore, Cedar
I doleful account of his cotton field from the Imagine from fifteento March. Key.
f l late heavy rains and high winds, ( others twentgigantic ferns dark green in color baking powder only in the original package Alachua 4th Monday after 4th Monday in
1'i i i; A" ;; have suffered from the excessive many drought,) and with V tough-fibered, ,sharp-pointed and of a well known brand, and a thoroughly :March. hall Superintendent, Bronson. of' Schools-J. B. Menden-
+i : .' I highly polished leaves or fronds. Bunch established reputation. Fall .
\. : r, and asks us to tell him what method we Term-
t" ';' .. r;' can recommend to farmers to obtain more these at the end of a towering pole and set The Royal Baking Powder is sold only in Sumter, 1st Monday in October. County Judge-R.MADISON M.COUNTY.
'j for their cotton next year-that if the cotton them swaying and clashing in the breeze cans, securely closed with the Company's Marion, Monday in October. son. Witherspoon, Madi

it.. :. .P buyers and merchants t.s do not allow a and flashing the sun from their polishedsurfaces trade-mark label, and the weight of package Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Sheriff S. M. Hankins
u ,t' and ron form idea of the stamped on each cover. It is never sold in Madison.
., little more for our cotton than they give you an Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Clerk-John.
., .f" ? now ,we will not be able to pay our debts." tree.The bulk, by the barrel or loose by weight or Alachua, 1st :Monday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent Beggs, Madison
measure and all such of -E. S.
offered the
\ cocoanut makes its first public November.
Now, in the first place, it must be observed appearanceabove I Madison.
!t' ", that cotton buyers and merchants ground with a delicate fern-like sho.ot. under any pretense, are imitations. SEVENTH CIRCUIT.
are controlled
h. Another and another follows If consumers will bear these facts in mind County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison
: b y the market of until the growing Spring Term-
prices cotton.
,) They Collector
i ,i; cannot give more than the market permits plant looks like a gigantic fern. Then a and also see that'the package purchased is Orange 4th Monday in January. of Re-t'enue-I. H. Warring, Mad
. '" t' without loss to themselves. These prices couple of leaves turn yellow, brown, and properly labeled, and the label unbroken, Volusia, Monday in February. ison.Assessor
1 -, are easily adjusted in,every cotton buying' bright' russet, and drop off, and vou see a they will be be always sure of using a baking Brevard, Monday in March. ison. of' Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth Mad

;, ':. :'. region by the extra cost of shipment to the foot'of stem between the remaining leaves powder perfectly pure and wholesome, and Dade, Monday in April.
* .. .,' larger markets at the seaports. Whenwe and the ground. It takes from seven to ten of the highest test strength in the market. Fall Term- MANATEE COUNTY.

; keep in mind that in addition to our years to send the tree up to a height of twen- President J. C. HOAGLAND. Orange, 2d Monday in August. Clerk-Robert County' Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee

:'." '.,. ,.. 7,000,000 bales raised in this country there ty feet. Then it begins to bear. The first Royal Baking Powder Co., N.Y. Volusia Monday in September. Sheriff-A. S. Watson S. Griffith, Manatee.
K of nuts is from fifteen Level.
: is also a large supply from other of crop twenty-fivea Brevard4th Monday in
quarters September.
the world, and that the price of cotton is year. When it is in full bearing a tree will IN this country in 1882 there were 132,890 Dade, Monday in November. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bnulentown
'' virtually regulated in England the great make an annual yield of from eighty to one net tons of lead produced, worth at an aver- of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton

'. a world market it will be seen at once that hundred nuts, or even more. age value of$95 per net ton on the Eeastern Popash.
V. 1V cotton buyers here about The cocoanut propagates with amazing sea-board 12624556. For the first half of County Officers. Superintendent of' Schools-Felix J. Seward,
, are as helpless
,.. 1883 the production is estimated County Judge-Junius C. Pine Level.
; .t prices as the farmers themselves. They readiness. A nut washed ashore on some at 70,000net Gardner. Gaines-
,: ;f V a must either buy at these prices or not at all.: tropical beach is rolled up by the tide. Then tons, worth at $90 per ton, $9,300,000. ville. MARION COUNTY.
,-, ;r V As to the condition of the farmers who the rain rots the husk, and the winds bury A very large proportion of the lead-ore smel- Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall Ocala
:, ,II trust too much to their cotton without it in the sand, and next year a cocoanut ted is argentiferous, and is worked for itssilver Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arreclondo. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala,
:.'. ". 3 first making due provision for crop their food palm is springing from the arid ground. contents, and not for the value of the Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges Gaines- Sheriff A. B. Crutchfiehl. Ocala.

supplies, they are only I feeling the effects of The trees protect the tropical beaches from lead. In' the census year ending May 31, ville. Assestofof Taxes-Thomas Bare, Cotton
,' it!f r : a bad system which the agricultural the action of the tides. Their roots spreadout 1880 the amount of white lead corroded was Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton Gaines- Plant.

\: '1 .. have been warning them against papers for and interlace into a tough and matlike reported at 123,477.890 pounds, worth about ville. Collecor' of Revenue-Frederick N. Fov.
," :i many years. network,.which opposes a wall of vigorous $8,770,699. Superintendent of Schools' N. Sheats, Ocala.

,.P. 'a, r The terrible: drought of the past season all resistance to thegnawing and encroachmentsof WHY WELCOME.What makes Floreston Gainesville. Superintendent of' Se/tOols-H. C. Martin
the Fort
; sea.Every BAKER COUNTY. McCoy.
; over the country-the work of caterpillars Cologne welcome
:) '. V one knows what the on every lady's toilet County' Judge-R. D. Davis Sanderson.
; ;l in some regions, tornadoes and excessive cocoa- table is its lasting
'. ;i rains in others-all these are rsks: which nut of commerce looks like. In nature, flowery odor. fragrance rich, Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson., County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West
s" slt i t they have to encounter every year. Is it however it is enclosed by a thick tough Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West.
:I t. r wise therefore to trust the whole of our sea- husk, fibrous on the inside, and from two to Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova San- Sheriff-George A. Demerritt Key West.
I IP son's labor in the cotton field ? Is it not three inches thick, but covered without by a GENERAL DIRECTORY. derson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney: Jr..
', ; more prudent to try to secure a good food smooth, light-green rind. This husk is Collector' of' Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, Key West.:
,'. ;, Ii : supply first, and then devote spare labor to either split with a blow of a heavy wood- United States Officers. Sanderson. Collector of Relenue-"alter C. Maloney
:. cotton ?Charleston News. knife and torn from the nut, or else the nut LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Superintendent of Schools' -A. J. W. Cobb. Jr., Key West.
t. is husked by splitting the rind on an iron Register L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Olustee. SuperintendentofSdtOuls--J. V. Harris,Kt-v r,
. t T blade set in a log. It is from the fibre of the Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. BRADFORD COUNTY. West.
II.. .' 1 ABOUT PHOSPHATES. husk that the mats and cordage of commerce Suneyor-General-falachi Martin. Talla Counlif' Judae J. R. Richard. Provider) v A ss.\IT rn fTVT-- -v-..

l :r Phosphorous, in its various lorms, enters are made. The fibre is rot-proof- in water, hassee. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan
,,;' largely into the composition of all animal and in tropical ships is popular( in the form DISTRICT COURT. Sltcriff-'V. W. Tumblin, Starke. dina. .
;; structure. A constant and sufficient supply of coir rope. The uses of the cocoanut in all Judge-Thomas Settle Jacksonville. Assessor' of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. I

; of this element is necessary to the healthful l forms are manifold. The value of the fruit Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Butler. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann. Fernandina.
condition of the human frame for food is its least recommendation. The Collector' of Revenue-Bunberry
-the bones, Clerk-Philip Walter Haynes, Assessor' of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer-
: muscles etc.-as it is to that of the ox, the meat of the nut is macerated and soaked in Santa Fe.Superintendent. nandina.

, '.,' .' 4 ,,. cow, the horse, the sheep or the hog. Nor water, and pressed, when it yields a rich oil, INTERNAL Eagan REVENt'E.CoUectorDennis Jacksonville.. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. Fer-
t can they sustain their usual proportions very pleasant in flavor at"first, but soon Starke. nandina.

"' i upon food in which a regular supply of this growing rancid on exposure. This oil is also John W.COLLECTORS Howell Fernandina.OF CUSTOMS. BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of SchoolsL.V.. Iligginbotharn -
" h element is not found. This ever-recurring obtained by boiling the meat, and furnishes :Edwin Higgins Jacksonville.John County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Callahan.
; :1.t ': drain upon the soil for this one article must a stearine for candles. It is used pure for F. Point.
'. (;. ,, sooner or later exhaust it. The meat-pro burning, and in soap-making. Soap made House St. Augustine. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. ORANGE COUNTY.
from cocoanut oil forms latherin Assessor of Tuxes Wallace R. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.
: ducing animals are ever gathering it from a salt water. Moses, Geor- Clerk-J.
s i 'V.. ; the soil in some shape or other, with every Mixed with resin the oil makes a valuable State Officers. gianna. Hughey. Orlando.
.. mouthful of herbage they crop, and every pitch for caulking. It is largely used in Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Sheriff Assessor Thomas W. Shine. Fort Reid.
r ,r{; ,.; pound of grain consumed. Man takes up a tropical cookery, and on holidays many of EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. lando, Orange county.Superintendent Reid Fla. of Taxes-Jameb M. Owens: Fort

..+ l portion of it from the animal food he consumes the aborigines and blacks besmear themselves GOl.'ernor-'Vm. D. Bloxham Tallahassee. of Schools-A. Grady, La Collector
p' ;, ,', besides a portion of it from its daily with it as if it were a perfume. The meat Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Grange. Sanford. of Revenue-Richard H. Marks

r ; bread. Nearly one-half of the substance of from which the oil is obtained is savory, but, Key Nest.Secretary CLAY COUNT
: : ;'" :' the ash of wheat is phosphoric acid and a being rich in fat", is very indigestible. of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Fort Superintendent Reid. of Schools-John T. Beeks.:
,".; ,:,' third of that of oats and barley. The great A green cocoanut contains only a milky lahassee. Park.

','.; ,1 j, ', er part of this drain upon the soil is necessary fluid, which gradually consolidates on the Comptroller. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove Judge of Probate-B.PUTNAM COUNTY.Harrison
+ to form the bones of animals, which, inside of the shell. When the nut becomes Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Springs. (]/erk-W. F. Palatka.
':;' 'I' '..' V ; unless returned to the soil in the same way, over-ripe on the tree, only a watery milk is Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sheriff-Thomas
; :. :: exhaustion follows as a matter of course. left in the shell. This rapidly sours, when hassee. Springs. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.Shally.
tdI, \ .:.l' Nor does nature furnish this subsistence in the nut becomes worthless. If it is picked, Commissioner of Lands-P.. White. Assessor of' Taxes-Wm. Con way, Kingsley. Collector of
Rez.'e1lue-Joseph Price.
]J.' ,::7, its pure state, but always in combination however, before it grows too old, the milk Tallahassee. Collector of Re-t..en1le-'Vm. S. Plummer Superintendent of Public Schools J. W.
!Ii: ." with something else chiefly with lime, soda preserves its sweetness. Superintendent of' Public Instruction E. K. Maxville. Strickland.
.J and potash, in which form it acquires they The leaves of the cocoanut palm furnish Foster, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, TAYLOR
t1;' name of o. phosphates.'* This is the form in the most durable thatch known in the trop- Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Middleburg. County Jiulge-W. H.COUNTY.Parker
\.1 V : which it is used in the manufacture of chemical i ics. They are also extensively worked into BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Osteen Perry.

''f '. r manures. mats, screens, baskets, boxes, and so on. {bmmissioner-A. A. Robinson, Tallahas County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
4, } These phosphates are found in many When dampened and exposed to the sun Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent Schools Perry.
of T. J.
see.ClerkR. -
:. countries where they are largely diffused until the green portion rots, the fibre is C. Long Tallahassee. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Perry.
in the strata of the earth's crust. Several of carded and woven into coarse cloth. The Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Assessor of Taxes-L. W. :Rivers, Lake City. County Trea.mrer-D. S. Sutton
; : these strata make their appearance in America wood is fine grained and hard, and is used Building, Jacksonville. Collector' of' Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City.Superintendent County Surveyor-D. N. Cox ,Perry..
1 -the mines now being worked near in ornamental work under the name of por- SUPREME COURT. of Schools- JuliusPotsdamer of' Revenue-J. Perry.Collector
z Charleston, S. C., being a most notable in- cupine wood. The fibrous heart of the old Chief Justice--E.l\I. Randall, Jacksonville. Lake City. Assessor of' Taxes-S. H. Peacock Hardee Perry..
.. '- stance. Some of the deposits contain as stems is made into cordage. The husk is Associate' Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.ST.
. ,;, much as 50 to GO per cent. of phosphate of used for burning, and makes an excellent County Judge-William McLean, Jack- JOHN'S COUNTY.
: .t r ;. I lime, and which, by being ground and scrubbing brush. see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, sonville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
i ::' treated with sulphuric acid, are rendered Jacksonville. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. tine.
:., t V: soluble and ready for mixing with chemical AMBER.-Some very interesting researches Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
manures with which it is more or less valu- have recently'been made on the flora of the CIRCUIT JUDGES. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt Jackson- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine-

able according to the needs of the soil to amber-bearing formation of East Prussia by First Circuit.Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- ville.Collector Assessor of' Taxes-David .L. Dunham. St.
It ; which they are applied. In this form it is Messrs. Goeppert and Menge. In ancient i sacola. of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Augustine.
called super-phosphate. The valuable ingredients times there must have been in this part of I Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Jacksonville. Collector of Re-t'enue-Joseph F. Llambiasr

,.t 'f' in these deposits are the remains Europe agrour.of conifers comprising spec- see. Superintendent of Schools' -Albert J. Russell St. Augustine.
of animal life of ages long since imens all parts of the world. Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall.

gone, and thus are the very "stones turned Among the splendid specimens of the California Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- HAMILTON COUNTY. St. Augustine.
1 into bread," and the earth thus replenished conifer were the redwood, the sugar ville. County..Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY.

;1 V"+M' as it were, from the treasures left upon its pine, and the Douglas spruce ; and of the Fifth( Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Lcesburg.
surface by the vital forces of the past we examples of the Eastern States were the ville. Sheriff-James. Duncan Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
+ r rV' know not of. bald cypress red cedar, thuya, and the Pi- Sixth Circuit-H.. Mitchell, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches Leesburg.
: j, ,';,' hl n The failure of the older settled portions of nus rigida ; from the eastern coasts of Asia Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Collector of R'L'enue-'V. H. H. McLeod, Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall, Webster.
tt:, the country to produce as luxuriant crops were the Chilian incense cedar, the parasol Columbia County.Superintendent Collector of Relenue-J. R. G. Hamilton
ra ; as they did when first opened up is no doubt : fir, the arbor vitfe, the Rly tostrobus, and Court Calendar.FIRST of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Sumteryille.
more or less due to the exhaustion of the thethuyopsis ; and the Scotch fir. the spruce, erts, Ancrum. Superintendent of School' *-A. C. Clarke.
} i V acid and the cypress of Europe and the callitries CIRCUIT. HERNANDO Sumterville.
r ; phosphoric they once contained, and Fall Term- COUNTY.
c; where this is the case, it should only be a of Southern Africa. It appears that the de- Santa Rosa 2d County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
tt: question of expense with the farmer to determine posit of amber for which the Baltic is notedare Walton 4th, : Monday in in October.October. ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live-
:: what best to do to replenish them. the product of generations of these resin- Monday Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Oak.

tp : By carefully experimenting on a small scale bearing trees. The richest deposits are sit- in Holmes October., 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Sheriff-J. Mickler, Brooksville. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
t ,' he could soon determine the probable profit uate along a strip of coast between Memel Assessor of laxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
;\ I of the crop. If the use of it increased the and Dantzig, though the real home of amber in Washington October. 2d Monday after 4th Monday ville. Assessor of Taxes W. H. Sessions, Wei-
yield of a small plot, let him ascertain how has been supposed to lie in the bed of the Collector' of' Revenue-F. M. Townsend born.
l much and at what cost. Also compare i it Baltic between Bornholm and the main October.Jackson 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Brooksville. Collector' of Re-t'enue-Robert F. Allison.

t1f'\ -, with the increase produced by other fertilizers land. It rests upon cretaceous rocks and Superintendent of Schools' -D. H. Thrasher, Live Oak.

r as well as by clover and plaster, and consists chiefly of their debris, forming a This Escambia act amended, 1st Monday section in December.2 of act of February Fort Dade. Superintendent of' Schools-J. O. C. Jones
i\i'r'r then adopt such as produced the best re- popular mixture known as blue earth, which HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Oak.
i; Charleston appears: to exist throughout the Province 10, 1879, and does not change the
; sults.- News.\ of County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
i'. ;"1 9 Samland at the depth of 80 to 100 feet, and Spring Term. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

l :.: r" rst AMONG THE COCOANUTS. to contain an almost inexhaustible supply Spring Term- THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise.

,t \ 'i' Alfred Trumble describes of amber. Immense quantities of amber are Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
entertainingly Taylor 1st after 1st
i V in the October American Agriculturist a tour washed out to sea from the coast or brought April. Tuesday Monday in Collector of Ret'entW. F. Runs, Tampa. Sheriff"". A. Cone, Enterprise.
i down by rivulets and cast up again during Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson Enter-
h ; he has been making among the cocoanut the storm o'r in certain winds. The actual Madison, 2d :Monday in April. Tampa. prise. ,
!1.' to in the Tropics : Hamilton 4th in
growers Monday April.
yield by quarrying is 200,000 to
tJ r 300,000 JEFFERSON. Collector' of Revenue-John B. Jordan De-
Straight for fifty feet ash Suwanee
an 1st Monday after 4th
J1' :. stem banded up with indented rings grey pounds a year, or five times the quantity es- in Monday County Judge-J. B."Christie, :Monticello. Land.
Ii '. many timated to be cast up by the waves on the April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw
'f' springs from the yellow sand. Far up, the strip of coast above mentioned.-London Columbia 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Enterprise.
.t' ; sea breeze rustles a feathered crown of Tunes. in April.
: ,' ;. ,', sweeping fern-like fronds, which waves Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Monticello.Superintendent of Schools-W. R, Taylor, WAKULLA COUNTY.
U against the sky like gigantic THE in County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
so plumes.
states that
many Engineering a vessel con- April. Treasurer
County W. M. Sheriff W. H. Walker
As we looked up in delight at this the first structed of paper was recently launched at Fall Term- ticello. Girardeau Clerk Nat. Crawfordville.
u !; ,. V .. cocoanut tree we had: overseen, a sharp snap St. Petersburg. She is driven by steam. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector Crawfordville.
of Revenue
-Joseph Palmer Mon Superintendent of' SchoolV. T. Duval
V : sounded and ,
i V overhead we dodged just in Her dimensions are : Length, 25 feet; great- October. ticello. Crawfordville.
: time to save our head from a large nut, est width, 5 feet. with only a few inches Madison, 2d Monday in October.
,'. .( which breaking from its stem had fallen draught of water. The recent trials of pa- Hamilton 4th Monday in October. keenah.Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- fordville.County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw-

.' and now rolled at our feet. per for railway material, the above journal Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday
: ; On a schooner bound to Aspinwall we adds, has led to its present employment.For in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. of Re-t'enue-W. H. Walker,Craw-
V d County Judge-W. J. Dixon New fordville.
: : had run ashore during the night on of boats Columbia 3d Troy.
one many years paper however, have Monday after,4th Monday in
,.'..\ the many coral reefs which wall the Central been made-and used in this country. I October. .: '. Sheriff-Thomas Clerk-Howell Hawkins J. Walker, New, New Troy.Troy. fordville.Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw- .'


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the County Court, Nassau upon the Treasury. FLORIDA TRANSIT& PENINSULAR ,

County, BE ,
City Council, That on and after INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP .'
Matter of the Estate of Nelson Parker. *"""-**'V'
, In September: 1st, 1883, the following form of AND ,
WHEREAS, F. C. SUHRER, AS AD. warrant upon the City Treasury shall be iI

) ministrator of the estate of Nelson used; and all warrants drawn upon the FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE, P.. R, Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
Parker, deceased, has applied to the County Treasury shall be signed by the. Clerk and ,
(bun for the County of Nassau for an order President of Council, and countersigned by Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its

jo sell certain lands belonging to the estate the Chairman of the Finance Committee.The /II Effect July Sd, 1883.. efficacy in healing the above named diseases and
of Nelson Parker, deceased, for payment of President shall sign all warrants in open .
debts of said estate, said lands l lying in the Council. pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man.

County of Nassau, Florida, and described as FORM OF WARRANT: GOING SOUTH.
follows: JJxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxJJx
That portion of Little Pine Island known as ;.0: .... ;1 Leave Fernandina...................._.11.00 a.m. GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade
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three k : "- ,. : ..................
Section (forty-seven) Township ((3)) >, oo : .Nk .. :. >< Leave Hart's Road.. -11.40a.m.
North of Range twenty-eight ((28)) East, thatis >< "00."'4' C.. sk >< Leave Callahan.......................... 12.40p.m. Mark.Laboratory.
contained in lots one (1)), and one and a k :' :. q. ,0;. :. Leave Dutton........... ............ ..... 1.07 p.m. AGENTS "W'"ANTED
half((11)), two ((2)), three ((3)), and three and a : :. :' :. :. +Nk iY Leave Brandy Branch ................. 1.22 p.m.
a half ((31)), six ((6)), and seven ((7)), accordingto : : : : >tk Arrive Baldwin.......................... 1.45 p.m. 77 West
the subdivisions of said .: : :. :. ;1 .... ........ Third, St., New York City. Druggists sell it.
the map showing .,..... ... ...; kI1 Leave Baldwin............... : 2.10 p.m.
: ; :
Island-containing 23 77-100 acres, more or ."'1 : ::: '- : 4 Leave Maxviile.......................... 2.35 p.m.
less-and it appearing from the petition and kk wk :: :. r::;' :: &. ;>1.j < Leave Highland........................... 2.56 p.m. CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
affidavit of F. C. Suhrer, administrator, that ....., : : : ,,$,:> ky Leave Lawtey ............................. 3.12p.m. Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
Mary Parker, Nelson Parker, James Parker, >r'I...<. .:. :.. :.. :.. 1 ) .;n.1.. Leave Temple's........................... 3.28 p.IU. Indian 46 Blood Syrup completely cured them.

John Parker, Mary Parker and Kate Parker, k : : : t: W Arrive Starke.............................. ............ RUDIE CANTLER.
the widow and children of said Nelson Par >< :: :: :: ..::::::;: r----. ;>1< Leave Starke .............................. 3.36 p.m.
ker, deceased, reside beyond the jurisdictionof >1 !:"""4 :. :. :. '!Q >< Leave Thurston .......................... 3.48p.m.
said Court, and that their residence is not >kI< ._:. : : : o"j t k itk Arrive Waldo......................:...... 4.10 p.m. COAJUHTEEfl TO CURB ALL CASES OF
known; -oc :" "Z1r Leave Waldo.............................. 4.20 p.m. I INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE. BIUOUSNESS;
It is, therefore, ordered, That said parties >< wk .: :. '" :' >k< Leave Gainesville.................;j...... 5.06p.m. DYSPEPSIA SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH,
above namedand all others interested in said :::> :: :: : :: :W c kk Leave Arredondo ..............:.;....... 5.24 p.m. COSTIYENdS, ENLARCED SPLEEN, COLIC, &C.
lands, are hereby notified to be and appear )< -c ': .. ': : H z.Ak Leave Batton............................. 5.36p.m. I Rev.J R. Graves Editor and Proprietor "Baptist." J. R. Johnson M, D.. of Abbeville. Miss.. Aug.
before me on the first Monday in'November E--4 : : : : r. W kk Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m. Memphis Tenn. ears: 1 received package of TOUT 11.12, says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical
ti : : : : o kk Liver Medicine, and hare used about half of it. It] College and have practiced thirty-fire
next, 1883, and show cause, if any theycan V : : q) :. ;r.: Leave Bronson ........................... 6.21 p.m. works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator lour medicine In my practice. It is not years.only a I good use
why an order for the sale of said lands -' r.. 'c- : rY W 0 >kk < Leave Otter Creek....................... 6.51 p.m. and certainly no more of Zeilln's mixture. Liver Medicine but it is a sovereign remedy for aux.
described should not be granted, as .,..: !"'-C :. ... :. ... Rev.E.A. Huffins, Franklin.Ky. Rev.J.8. Beasley,of Summerton.
above :::: p.o.>< Leave Rosewood...... ........ .. ..!... 7.30p.m. Aug."Si,says: It la the best medicine o 8 c.,Jan.'82.says: I have used Zeil
prayed in the petition of F. C. .Suhrer, ad- k: H: 4 !. o :. -c... k iIk Arrive Cedar Key........................ 80.2 p.m. I hare ever taken in my life. It ln's preparation a great deal.but find
ministrator as aforesaid. c. : W 01 is caring me of Dyspepsia.Send me your medicine altogether superior l't\'
Giveif under hand and seal this 25th k \) : a kk GOING NOKTH. another package. Must have it. in its effect on the system.The best.
my : : E-4 >< Rer. J. L. Brlttaln, of Blountavllle. Dr. S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist. Memphis
day of September. A. D. 1883. k V : W. 4 Leave Cedar Key......................... 7.00 a.m. = Ala.. March 1882,say: I suffered with Tenn.,says: "Hare sold it 80 ---7s; predecessor
H. J. BAKER, k .c : ..... kk torpid liver and costiveness and jour sold it many before me.That this medicine is a
(It. s.l] : t. kk Leave Rosewood..................r...... 7.38 a.m. medicine cured me. My wife has used It good one.no one can denyand that it la the true and
County Judgefor : kk Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.13 a.m. with admirable effect for sick-headache-1 germine'l3mmongLiver Medicine'Done dare gainsayMEDICINE N ;
Nassau' County, Florida. : :: .;; :: !E-4 0 kk Leave Bronson.. .............. ........... 8.55 a.m. n Original and Oily Genuine. EsUb. 1810.

Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 29, 1883.td : ---- kmi Leave Archer.............................. 9.25a.m. Put up in SBc. and 31. packages i
: ;1'J311UWWJ
k i Leave Batton .............................. 9.42 a.m. and bottles by
3J1WUj uVt/U.vtJD .F. M NS CO. ST.LOU, MS
In Justice Court. >k< : ......................................u.u..... kk Leave Arredondo ........................ 9.57 a.m. OLD BY ALL DRUG G f ST S EVERY W H F R IT
TATE OF FLORIDA, kk Leave Gainesville......................10.24 a.m.
S NASSAU COUNTY.To k o :pduDzwluno3 X 4 Arrive Waldo.............................11.13a.m.
G. IL Bennett : 'i xJ Leave Waldo........................... ...11.25a.m.
+xxxxxxxxxxxxxx x xxxxxxxxxxxxxx+tAll Leave Thurston.........................11.54 p.m. COLLINS&COIHARTFORDEstablished .
You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment Ordinances, or parts Ordinances, Arrive Starke.............................. .............
has been issued against yon, and conflicting with the above are hereby re Leave Starke..............................12.15 p.m.
your property attached, to satisfy the demand pealed.Passed. Leave Temple's.....................:...12.24 p.m. 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
if J. W. Smith. amounting to $40.00. Now, first reading August 29, 1883. Leave Lawtey _..........................12.48 p.m.
unless von shall appear before W. A. Maho- Passed second reading August 29, 1883. Leave Highland......................... 1.10 p.m.
ney. a Justice of the Peace in and for said Passed third reading, and adopted: August Leave Maxviile ........................... 1.35 p.m.
his office at Callahan on the 8th
county, at 29, 1883. Arrive Bald win......... ...........:...... 2.05p.m.
o'f; November A. D. 1883, ,at 11 o'clockin
day be rendered FRED W. HOYT, Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.30p.m.
the forenoon, judgment President of Council pro tent ........
sold Leave Brandy Branch. .. ...... 2.55 p.m.
and property to pay Attest
against you your : Leave Dutton ............................. 3.15 p.m.
the debt. W. F. WOOD Jr. Clerk.
A. D. 1883. City Leave Callahan........................... 4.05p.m.
Dated this 8th day September,
J. W. SMITH Approved : Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.50 p.m.
Plaintiff. Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.25 p.m.
Acting Mayor
Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR =

In the Justice's Court, Nassau RAILROADS.

County. Fla.E. .

trix of the Estate of W. A. }\ it


OF FLORIDA, JACKSONVILLE July 1st, 1883. Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m.
STATE NASSAU: COUNTY.You COMMENCING this date, Trains on this I Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m.
are hereby notified that a writ of attachment road and its connection will run as follows Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57p.m. OFPicks

has been issued against you, the : Leave Lochloosa.......................... 5.15 p.m. Axes Hatchets
said V. II. Bristol, and your property- WESTWARD.No.: Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.42 p.m.
tached. to satisfy the demand of E. E. S. No. 1. Leave Anthony Place......... ......... 6.07p.m. ,
Wadleigh, Administratrix of the estate of Accom. Mail. Leave Silver Spring..................... 6.35 p.m. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
W. A. Sanborn, amounting to the sum of Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30 p m 1.30 p m Leave Ocala................................ 7.00p.m.
one\ hundred dollars. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45 p m 2.14 p m Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also .

Now,unless shall before G. W Lake City.......... 1.10am 4.53pm Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m.
you appear Live Oak............ 3.15am 5-55
.Scliuyler:; a Justice of the Peace in and for
Madison ............ 5.25am 7.42pm GOING NORTH. ,
Nassau at his office Fernandina
Fla.. on County the 24th, day of November:, A. D., "" Drifton............... 7.0 am 9.05pm Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m. all sizes and pric33: ion $j t.; $ } ) Also, Plowing Machines. .

Ion ticello......... 9.35pm Leave Lake Weir Station....... ... .
lhS3: at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be .. 7.25 a.m. Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &c.,
rendered against you, and your property Tallahassee........." 9.05am 10.30pm Leave Ocala................................. 8.30 a.m. by writing to the makers
sold< to pay the debts. Dated this 19th dayof Leave Tallahassee......... 10.45 pm Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m. .
:September; ArriveQuincy.. .............11.05 a m 12.00 pm Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.15a.m. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York. ,

1883.E.. E. S. WADLEIGH. ,, Chatta. River12.10 p in 1.00 a m Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43a.m. .
By H. J. Baker, Attorney. Leave River Junction... 1.10 a m Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... ....10.10 a.m.
Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 22, 1883.4w Arrive" Marianna.......... 2.41 a m Leave Hawthorne.......................10.29 a.m. t'0 r STOVES, TIN WARE, ETC.
Pensacola........... 9.30am Leave Dixie....................... ........10.47 a.m. -- ==- --- ----===--
Montgomery..... 8.50pm Arrive Waldo Junction..... ... .. Qtia '
In the Justice's Court, Nassau { .. ..11.10 a.m. "v. P. STREETY: s
Mobile............... .. 4.25pm Trains daily, except Sunday. r '11f ..
County, Fla.A. K New Orleans.... 10.15 pm .., \ Second Street, opposite the Post-Office
.11. :. MAUQARET BRISTOL It Houston: ........... 6.50 a III ,

<'o Ml'XY.STATE Accom. Mail. .
OF FLORIDA Arrive Jacksonville....... 8.25am 3.00pm GOING SOUTH. For FLORISTS anAMATEURS.

Baldwin............ 0.50am 2.02pm J.Yo.5. A o.
Lake City.......... 3.00 a m 11.38 a m Lv. Fernandina 6.00 2.00 .
You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment h Live Oak........... 1.25 a m 10.37 a m Lv. Hart's Road 6.35 pm 2.32 pm 7.15 pm ,' Dutch Bulbs, Japan:
: has been issued against you, the u Madison ...........11.05 pm 9.12 a m pm pm 7.48 pmAr.JacksoD'ille Bulbs French Bulbs I
>:iid Margaret Bristol and V. II. Bristol, her Drifton.............. 9.05pm 7.30am 7.37 pm 3.30pm 8.45pm 1JJ. PlanteforGreenhouseaand American Bulbs. Also
GOING NORTH. i-o.f' ..
liiibband( and your property attached to I Monticello ......... 8.003 m No. 6. No. 8. Window Gardens, I ywl ;
-atisfy: the demand of A. B. Noyes, amounting u Tallahassee........ 7.15pm 6.05am
Leave Jacksonville..... ,
8.00am 4.30 ;
to the sum of fifty-six dollars and eighty- pm st; w' I 1 nyw.e
live Leave Tallahassee: : ........ 6.38 p m 5.55 a m Leave Hart's Road...... 9.00 am 5.28 Catalogue I
cents. ArriveQuincy.............. 5.20pm 4.45am pm SEEDSMEN,
Now, unless you shall appear before G. W. Leave Cliatt'chee River 4.15 p m 3.45 a m Arrive Fernandina.... 9.35 am 6.00 pm FREE I '/J ..l\\ Rochester,N.Y.&Chicago,HL r et ItnfM' 1 Ai .. A ri.

:N-liuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 a m No. 5 daily except Thursday and Sunday ; J i ",
V.i. au county, at his office at Fernandina" Marianna......... 1.39am No. 6 daily except Sunday ; Nos.'7.8 and 15
Fla., on the 24th day of November, A. D. Leave Pensacola.......... 7.15pm Thursday only-connecting with the :Mallory --
I ISs3, ;{ at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be Leave Montgomery..... 8.30 a m Line of steamships for New York. Satisfies the most fastidious ta a Trrfm Hair Restorer and ,. f
rendered against you, and your property sold Leave Mobile ............... 2.00pm Preisiug. Admired for its clennliim*find tlejraut perfume. I Ii
't4) pay the debts. Dated this 19th day of SUNDAY TRAINS. Never Fails to Restore Grey or Faded Hair i
Leave New Orleans...... 8.40
a m
to the youthful color. Eu cli.nml|J I sizes nt all drugguU.Giuzcr '
September, 1883. Leave Houston........... 6.15pm Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.00a.m.
A. B. NOYES.Fornandina Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily Arrive Fernandina_............ ........10.25 a.m. I STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.

Fla., Sept. 18S3.4w except Sunday. Leave Fernandina.......................6.00 p.m. TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
-- --- ----- SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. Arrive Jacksonville...................... 7.25 p.m. Get i

issued out of and under At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by CONNECTIONS.AT I PUMPS: DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
the seal' of the Circuit Court, in and for No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for i
NVsau County,Suwanee Circuit the State all points North and East; with the Fernan- the A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
"f Florida, on the first day of February A. dina tfc Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- FERNANDINA, FLA., w r0S calf, and compare my prices with those of

!n..I I'tfVr.: to satisfy a judgment obtained in dina ; and with Steamers for all points on With New York and Fernandina Steam- other houses, here or elsewhere. I
uiil Court on the eighteenth i day of December the St. Johns River. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 i iI ----
I A. I). 1SGO! in favor of James B. Brown, At Baldwin, by Xl). 1 and 2 with Florida a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New I BOOTS AND SHOES.
gainst; EmelineCoy Administratrix Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gaines- York on Thursday 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.
'''''tate.f Amaziah Coy,tece.se..l. forfh'e hunrl't.l ville, Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all or 5.50 p.m. --------- ---
dollar*, interests and costs-said execu- Gulf Ports. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- S '', s'r l THEE1V STORE.- &

!;j'on' to be levied on the goods and chattels, At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .

""Kind tenements the estate of said Amtziali it Western: Railroad.At ''. WOOD Jr. .
W. F. | S
; Coy deceased ; and also under and by Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch : ,
t'nrtue of a decree rendered by lIon. Thomas: Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- and from Savannah and Charleston at .. I rt. ,'I'( e.\1; 1 J.r

I 1'. Long. Judge of said Circuit, sitting as urdays.At 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m. 1'-:1'21U, flniulrnkc, Mlllingia and C> { Proprietor, } :E

luncellor in said County and Circuit, on Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- AT BALDWIN, FLA., many of the IJC.t mctlclllc'i known ale here com '
t I'. day of December A. D. 1867, cola it Atlantic Railroad for Marianna Pen- bined into a tuc .cine(,f nirh varied a">d effective
awarding to Charles P. Cooper, for Solicit- sacola, )Mobile Montgomery, New Orleans, To and. from Tallahassee. at 1.45 p.m. f.j powers as to m:>l.cte: Greatest 1 iood! Purifiers:the C> C>
:)r s fees two hundred and sevent.five dol- and all points in the West, Southwest, and AT IIA HAWTHORNE, Best Health: and,,'. .r0a ucstcrcr:: : Ever Used. I ,;

tars: against Emeline Coy, as Administ.ratrix'If Northwest -forming the SHORTEST, To and from Palatka 10.45 a.m. and 2.40 .-' It cures Prspcp i:1: P-iimntisni, lefplessness, ''
all of the bt' inach Jk wel Liver TK
the diseases Lungs, :
estate of AmaziaLa Coy deceased and QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these .
p.m. Kidneys, and all! Fttn-iie: Complaints. '.' _. "
U satisfy the amount of said decree, with points ; and with the Central and People's AT WILDWOOD. If j'ou are wa-amj awry wi'h Consumption or ":
''iterot and costs; I have levied upon and Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand any disease, use the TON c-day.. It wi.I surely I! S S .-
Itlll offer for sale, and will sell to the high- Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor h" Ip you. J "ember! it is far superior to Bitters, I
Tampa daily except Sunday. Essences of(. and other: it builds ANDS
t bidder .a!er Tonics as
at the court-house door in the Columbus and Eufaula.
With Stage Line to and from Leesburg up the S '<;lem w.thout! it'toxicatinj.: 500. and$1 '
'tty of Fernandina, at public auction, be- Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE, daily except Sunday.AT sizes-ata'.lc, !"-1erittnts! Noiiepeniiine\vitliout 'I S .
I\\'t'Cn the legal hours of sale on the first the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida signatursof III i.r K&L'o.N V. Se-d for circular I ... .
annday) of October next being the first day Central and Western Railroad. CEDAR KEY, FLA., LARGE SAVING IS BUYING THE DOLLAR SIZE. I i .
''" said month, A. D. 1883, all the right, title Through tickets via this line at the Com- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers K* -r :s:

i'h' interest of the estate of Amaziah Coy, pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 for Key West, :Monday and Thursdayp. ..
'.'ased, and of Emeline Coy, as Ad minis- West Bay Street. m.; for Tampa and :Manatee, Monday and Oo
trllofsaidcstte.: in and to the following W. M.: DAVIDSON. Fridav. 110 FOR TIlE BEACH.

P1eees or Parcels of land to-wit: Lots ten General Manager, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe
tU,1. eleven ((11)), twelve ((12)), thirteen ((13)) Jacksonville, Fla. West and Havana, every' Saturday 4 p. m.; AND { Fernandina, }} :EB
lid fourteen (14)), in Block fifteen ((15)), in WILLIAM O. AMES, for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.
: city of Fernandina Nassau County Gen'l Passenger Agent.Jacksonville For information respecting routes, rates three elegant Omnibuses McGinnis
,state of Florida. Purchaser to pay for titles. Fla.j. etc., apply to & Rawsoii can be secured for private partieson : {{ Cor. Centre & Third.XE1V } STJIE

J. A. ELLERMANN, s. MCELROY, A. O. MACDONELL, very reasonable terms,at any hour,either
Sheriff Nassau County. Master Transportation, Gen'l) Ticket and Pass. Agent.D. day or'ui..ht.. STORE.
F ernandina, Fla., August 31, 1883. td Tallahassee, Fla. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 12 26 McGIXNIS & RA W'SON.



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h.\" THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Same Old Story.THE :z.'otesron" Brandy Branch. water which it holds or controls. Four systems School Notice.

: of irrigation are practiced : First, flood Fernandina Public School No. 1il1
ing the land. This is possible only in flat Monday in October.
,fi.OO ; Principal.
f It. :, : districts where there are large heads of
+ ; IN MOURNING. BRANDY'BRANCH, FLA., Sept. 26. 1883. Fernandina, Fla September 18,18:).

I.I: f.;r.. I' : ,':' 'I Reflections. An excursion train with a large party of The lumber business in our immediate water. The second is by furrows by whicha _. --" ---'--
t' the friends of the Fernandina Base-Ball vicinity seems to be wearing a more cheer- large head of water is brought upon the 1 For Kent.
/ -k-I land and distributed in
t.i4t:;' : Tuesday next, October 2d, is the Jewish Association! l left with that club Thursday ful aspect of late,-and it is probable that the streams as small as One of the best truck-farins: inthi sec.
.' 11; ;, for Gainesville where match will be heard in will run across the ground. The third is by tion of the country. For particulars
ri New-Year, or.Rash Hoshana. morning a steam whistles:: soon again a pP 1
L t; .. \ ; ;1';' I basins dug around tree roots. The fourth is to MRS.( EMMA Fr.E'rcltF.R.Thir.l y
"' 1' ," r her game was to be played between the Fernan- our midst. Arrangements are being made
: returned from trip
\;. .::1: ,':': :; Mrs John Hedges dinas and the Oak Halls of that The of the by sub-irrigation ; the water is carried in .! Street.
1"t ,' : :., to the mountains of Tennessee Vv ednesdar.t. city. for the resumption business of :Messrs.Upton : Fernandina u t 11, lS83-tf.
.'-. : f",',, excursion received large additions at Callahan & Arnold's saw mill which has been pipes laid from two to three feet below the --------
:'t" J ', Alachua was the first county to send a surface and let out to the soil.
; :;.. Temple's Lawtey, and other places suspended for the last three months. permeate Shingles.
'.!, :' car-load of exhibits to the Louisville Expo- All kinds at
: .I, along the line of the Transit Road. Upon Messrs. Clarke'& Co. are also making arrangements THE Mexican Government has made a con 38-tf
sition.f.A W. HOYT & Co's.
11' ,: : :, arrival at Gainesville the }Fernandina Club for the erection of a shingle mill tract with a firm at Leghorn, Italy, whereby

;' ', +".:' :.. '::t ::-I'., r' The morning services at the Presbyterian was met by a committee of the Oak Halls here, to cut up the large quantities of cypress 1,000 agriculturists and skilled workmen Nassau Fibre,

f '.. t,:! ;.., ; 4 Church will be resumed on and after to- and escorted to the Arlington House. After timber in this section. They will also be from that country will be brought on every to For anything beds, pillows else :in and use.mattresses For sale,by superior

',. ;"r.' ,,. ..,. I Ii morrow. dinner the clubs were driven to the base-ball prepared to manufacture vegetable and fruit trip of the steamers of the MexicoTransatlantic June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & tv>.

jO ? :. : ':, ')Ir. C. B. Dibble, of Rosewood owner of grounds, and play was promptly called at crates for the producers along the line of the Company, running between Vera
;r Stable
Livery at
s)"I.t, h ', r 1 '.:. t I the Tourist Hotel, in this city, Jied in Connecticut 3:30: with the Fernandinas to the bat. Only road. These latter gentlemen have been Cruz and the Mediteranean ports, the Government I offer at a bargain my a entire Bargain.establishment .

i't ',.',:", t f' : last week. eight innings were played, the game being running a very successful business of this agreeing to pay for each person.As in this city, consisting of Carriage

;, ',"4 J 1' '":..., The City of Bridgeton resumed her trips decided in favor of the Oak Halls by a score kind near Callahan for some time past, and the ships stipulated to make sixteen Buggies Wagons, Carts!: :Saddle and C arrive

: t ti .' '1' *:. .j on the Sea Island Route this week, arriving of 13 to 9. we heartily welcome them in our midst and round trips annually, this! is expected to assure Horses Terms, Harness of purchase!: etc. C.\ .I.

h, .I':', .t .'l I "',, here yesterday morning In the third inning Burkheim, the pitcherof wish them much success. a yearly addition to the resident popu- G. F. AVERT

.r ;' .. the Oak Halls took exception to the ruling However much science has done to ex- lation of at least 76,000 industrial people, Office and Stable First Street, near Broom,
; The Advance-Gazette will its semiweekly -
.; of the umpire\ Mr. J. Fred Lohtuan, of plain away the mysteries of the world, there who will contribute materially to the resources Street Wharf. 4G
W. T. Wai-
'f with Major
H :: I publications, this city. After some dispute Mr. Lohman yet remains an unsolved one in the mindsof and productiveness of the country.It Valuable Orange Lands for
,t ; thall and C. O. Campbell as editors. Sale.
.v ,; I ,. very properly refused to any further umpirethe many of us. There was a social (?) gath- will not be an exclusively Italian immi- Tracts containing twenty acres each of

i I" k "r' : Mrs. .W. J. Woodward left for her old game. The case in controversy was as ering of our rural neighbors this week, vul- gration. More or less French will be takenon choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake

.f :} ;' ::." home i in North Carolina Thursday. She was follows: The Oak Halls were to the bat. A garly known as "public road working," and Marseilles, and about 200 will be suitable for orange growing and truck farm:
ing are now offered for sale. These
NuI" : -\i accompanied by her three little giris.w ball was struck to short stop, who fumbledit. the effect produced upon the constitutionsof brought from the Canary Islands every trip. are very conveniently situated for transportation land

: ,<' 1. rr Miss Hattie Baltzell, who has been spending and Lewis of the Fernandinas, who was many of our heroes was so peculiar, by An enterprising man from Helena Ark., by water or rail and will be sold on

\- g the summer months at her old home in playing third base, ran for the ball while invitations they received to attend this innocent is in St. Louis exhibiting a box full of human terms tionable.to suit Also purchasers.valuable Titles timber are lands unques

/" ,. I the Floral City, returned here on Thursday Evans of the Oak Halls was on third. Ev- pastime that one would be compelledto bones, which he insists are those of De large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS. in

.I'1 i I last. ans, seeing Lewis run for the ball, startedfor witness it in order to believe it. There Soto. They were found by two colored men February 16. JH82. Fernandina. Fla.

"<: ''.. The new two-cent postage stamps will, the home base. Lewis meanwhile had were developed more boils toothaches, fistulas who were digging along the shore of Old

>:,'a:.- Ie o without doubt, be met with general wel got the ball, and threw it to Stark at the sprained ankles, disordered livers, and Town Lake a few miles from Helena, at a NEW .ADVERTISEMENTS.

':, 'I i come. They will make their appearance home plate. Stark muffed, the ball rollingto the like, than we had citizenship to carry.I depth of three feet in the sand and loam. -----Master's Sale.TTNDEU --.-.----

.': next Monday, October 1st, and will sup- his feet. In stooping to pick up the ball really believe that if these amusements Witb the bones were a large number of AND BY VIRTUE

'',: ,: plant the present three.centstamps. he fell on his knees, and just as he arose lasted six months we' would be unable to pearl beads and a silver cross. Mr. Town- U decree rendered in the Circuit Court OF of A

:" f. The }i"ernandina.Base.Ball Club is on with the ball in his hands, Evans, either defend ourselves against the invasion of the. send, the owner of the bones, says: I saw the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida.: Nassau -

lt l ': purposely or otherwise, ran into him, falling musquitoes.It through the deep incrustations on the County on the 4th day of September
about the same footing as the Philadelphias I cross '
:; ,::1 r Stark and somer- is notice the of A.D. 1883 by W. B. Toney.referee. in
over turning a complete encouraging to that
progress it was Spanish in its workmanship,
: I ? of the League Club. They do not get licked the suit of D. M. Hammond vs. Tlios. J.
,. ;. : / sault. Stark holding the ball of course the the in't6epublic: school here. Thereis
pupils and when the told found it
.' ,fl '. r.,i oftener because they dp not play more frequently. negroes me they Wharton for foreclosure of mortgage, I will
1 .'" .. I runner was out, and the umpire so decided.To a full attendance, and much'Jinterest: is near Old Town Lake, where many valua- as Special Master named in said decree offer

,; ,., :.pAf f ; this the pitcher of the Oak Halls took manifested by all concerned. It is a misfor- ble archaeological discoveries have been for sale to the highest bidder before the-
; t' j : t' In addition to the losses reported Court-House door in Fc-rnandina the
: paid on
.. exception, claiming that Stark was obstructing tune to the children of this county that made, I gave them $;i for the cross and first Monday( of November next being the

,. J ;1 last week, Mr. C. V. Hill)'er, the agent for Evans from properly running his base. those who have!'the control of affairs cannot beds, and had them take me to the spot. fifth day of said month between the legal 1 ; I

.. the insurance companies, this week paid to had refused his hours of sale on said day all the estate, title
After the umpire to reverse give them more than four months in the The silver cross I have had examined care
: c : Mrs. J. W. Howell $700, on account of the and interest which Thomas Wharton had
I- : If decision and retired the Fernandinas yielded .
who declare that
fully by experts came
North Britain & Mercantile Company. year.A on the 28th day of April. A. I>. 1S77, in and
: : f j: r,..;J; and accepted the umpire selected by the petition fora public road from Callahanto from some Castilian workshop of the time of to Lot No. ((9)) nine, in Block No Twenty-
"'; ; r r! The following is the cargo of the Western Oak Halls, Mr. Marcus Endel who umpiredthe Baldwin was some time since sent in to Henry VIII. If you know anything about five ((25)). in the City of Fernandina, Nassau

(.,': ; : ..,.: t } Texas which she carried on her return trip game to the close. the Board of County Commissioners just the history of De Soto's march through the County, Florida.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.
;' '1'! ; to New York yesterday : 61 packages merchandise The. following is the score in detail : succeeded by the present board, and our peti- forests of Florida and along; the Washita J. A. ELLERMANN.Special .

... ;':.: : j 25 bales sea island cotton, 573 bar FER:'IANDINAS. tioners are anxious to know what has become and Red rivers you will remember that 1 Master.(

: z \ r rels rosin 83 barrels spirits, 206 cases cedars, Runs. Outs. of it. shortly before the terrible battle of Mavillathe Fernandina. Fla., Sept. 29<< 1883. 4i-td:

a 93 tons old car wheels, 34 boxes oranges and Maxwell, c. f........................ 3 1 The sanitary condition of our people is Princess of Cufachiqui placed with her

:, .: Ii ,a1l lemons. Nix, s. s................................ 2 2 that the road commissioners McCartney Hedge Rose 1'laiits.
generally good
l Ii now own hands necklace of taken from
Friend, r. f........................... 0 4Svann.lst a pearls, HAVE THE ONLY FLOIIDA: -GROWN
,t:: : !: The City of San Antonio cleared for New b........................ 1 2Ganlbrill have adjourned.As her own shoulders upon the shoulders of I Plants for sale at this place. Price $:!.5tl

.. ',' '" f York lastSaturday with the following cargo : p.......................... 0 4 the nights grow cool, there is a noticeable De Soto. These pearls had holes burned per 100; $20.00 per 1.000.

; 35,000 ft. lumber, 45,000 shingles,170 tons old LeFils, 2d b............ ............. 0 3 change in the musquito's vocal strains. through them as mine have." ALSO, UMBRELLA TREES.M. : .
: Stark, c...... ......................... 0 4
f t.;. iron 122 cases cedar 381 logs cedar, 299 barrels I Lewis, 3d b........................... 1 2 TOM. O'NEILL.

'. rosin 47 barrels spirits, 19 boxes lemons Menzies, 1. f.......................... 2 2 Range of ThermometerFOR Fairbanks :Florida Transit R. R.
i NEWS NOTES. Refer C. Furman l<'airbanks'la..
I to D.
? 48 bales ,
'' 1 barrel oil, 44 empty kegs, sea THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY,SEPTEMBER 28,
merchandise. Totals.............................. 9 24 IIORSEY'S
,,.,: ;. f island cotton 78 packages DRUG STORE. ST. JOSEPH'S AC'ADEJIY.Fernandina .
OAK HALLS. Twelve locomotives were shipped from .
", \ I There is one thing more than any other Runs. Outs. Philadelphia for Brazil last week. .=..' .=.. .=.. "= Fla.
I. ..=..
that Nassau county can compete favorably Wilson, c............................. 0 3 C1 ::. >
with any other section at the Louisville Ex- Pelton, s. s.............. ............ 1 0 The Democratic State Convention of :Massachusetts : I It- .... m Q r THIS INSTITUTION, UNDER THE

position and that is our crop of healthyand Miller, 1st b.......................... 0 5 renominated Ben Butler for Gov- Iso of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH.
Saturday..Sept22 / 76 80 / 78 NE. is located in of the healthiest
McCormick I 1. f....... ............. 2 0 pleasantly one
ernor on Wednesday.The .
good-looking children. Three or four Sunday ..............23 77 81 80 N portions of Florida.
Reynolds, 2d b..................... 1 4 791
hundred of these cherubs sent to the of Butler Pa. natural Monday ............24 78 182 I 82 SEe The building, which was erected especiallyfor
lively Wallace r. f.......................... 2 3 town uses gas ,
Tuesday..25 77180 81 80 NE. School is and
Exposition? would go far toward advertising Younglove............................ 4 0 for illumination and for fuel. The whole I 80 I E.Thursday..27 a Boarding large airy.
'vednesday..26j The Course of Instruction is thorough and
the resources of our county. Evans, c. f............................ 3 1 town is supplied by one'well. / 78 / 83 82 1,8 NE. solid both in English and

'-r 1 Burkheim, p........................ 0 5 Friday ...............28.80 I 184 83 NE. French comprising, all the branches, of a good educa
five min- _.. ._ .
{ Mr. A. O. MacDonell, general passenger A St. Louis jury required only ----- -- ---- --
tion. Board Tuition Washing, Bed and
"; L and ticket agent of the Florida Transit & Totals .............................. 13 24 utes to find that shaving is a work of neces- Bedding per quarter,, $40.50. Music Lessons -

Peninsular Railroad, returned from Chicago INNINGS: sity, and that the barbers who had been arrested MARINE. with use of Instrument, 1200.

+ Fernandinas... 3020103 09 Plain Sewing and variety of FancyWork
Sunday morning last. He informs the Mirror on a charge of violating Missouri's every
.r Oak Halls...... 0332021 2-13 Port of Fernandina. taught without additional charge.
that at the convention of the general Sunday law were not guilty.
in advance.
'. Mr. M. F. Miller scored for the Oak Halls, HIGH WATER. Payments required
'.'1 ticket agents of the trunk lines held there E. S. Loomis for the Fernandinas.The I The Boston Saturday' Evening Gazette says : Saturday, Sept. 29...... 6:34: A.M. 6:53 P. M. Schools will reopen October 1st. 1883.
last week the rates of the round-trip excur- u u h For further particulars, apply to the Acad-
4 A "A woman's glove is to her what a vest is Sunday, 30...... 7:17 7:34
',, sion tickets to the South were fixed at 4J game was witnessed by a large concourse I to When is agitated or Monday, Oct. 1...... 7:58 u 8:12: u emy. 42
a man
'i limited tickets of people. After the game the boys a man. per- Tuesday, U .9........ 8'3.: u 8'49: h
,z cents per mile, and the straight he attacks his vest buttons. A wo u u -THEUNIVERSITY -
returned to the Arlington where splendid plexed Wednesday, 3...... 9:09": 9:24
at 2i cents. This rate is lower than it had been The Oak Halls man's vest doesn't admit of this ; but her Thursday, .. 4...... 9:47 If1:01 a OF THE SOUTH
supper prepared. u h
ever has been before. glove is always a source of inspiration anda Friday 5..10:2.3: 10:38:
r extended courtesy in their power, and
T. The Mirror has received a very good photograph every refuge from any embarrassment. She LOCATED AT SEWANEE, TENN..
excepting the dispute before referred to, eve- ENTERED. IS
the Cumberland Plateau feet
+ of Mr. A. S. Abell Baltimore's mil smooths on the fingers, rearranges the buttons upon 2,000
?; rything passed off pleasantly, and the boys Sept. 22-8ch. Caleb S. Ridgeway, Town- above the sea-level. This School, under the
l lionaire journalist. The back ground of the had a good time. The excursion returnedto drags out the wrinkles, looks criticallyat send, New York; general cargo special patronage of the Bishops of the Protestant -

s4; > : photograph is a copy of the Baltimore Daily this city about midnight. Some of the the fit, and does a dozen little things with to various consignees. Episcopal Church in the South and

1 ij Sun of August 10th, 1883, (Mr. Abell's pa- her gloves that allay nervousness." 23-S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald, Sa- I Southwest offers the healthiest residenceand
the dra-
Fernandinas remained over for vannah ; with freight and passengers the best advantages, both moral and 'j
The date is the seventy-seventh anniversary -
:J r H per.) matic entertainment and ball given by the Boston is reminded by the London Times to W. B. Tucker, agent. educational in its Grammar School and its -

) "i of Mr. Abell's birth. Like the Oak Halls. that she is not the only city to suffer down- 24-Sch. F. M. )McGear Sharp, Wilmington Collegiate and Theological Departments.For .

New York Sun, on which paper, by the way, fall from intellectual supremacy. Edin- Del. ; spikes, bolts, the special claims of this University for
s, i in its the The City Council. etc., to Transit Railroad. patronage, apply for documents to the
s. .., ,. :Mr. Abell was employed infancy, burgh has been deposed from her rank more
11 24-Sch. Sam'l B. Vrooman Hughes, REV. TELFAIR HODGSON,
The Council held its regular weekly ,
Baltimore Sun has proved profitable City
i ?5 very exalted. Weimar has sunk to be a petty Philadelphia ; ballast, to mas- Vice-Chancellor,
property to proprietor.. Mr. Abell spends session at the Council chamber Wednesday residence town, Geneva has gone into trade ter. 37-4t Sewanee, Tenn.CuriosityWariety .

w7 ate '' a good portion of the winter season in Florida night. Present : Aldermen Hoyt, Avery, and politics, France is no longer a literary 11 25-S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald, Sa-

ti.r. '''j;: ;1 owning several fine dwelling houses Kelly ,Williams MacDonald and King. centre and Oxford and Cambridge retain no vannah, with freight and pas- :J: cr.'S:
f .. ,4 sengers, to W. B. Tucker, agent.
$,C a and building sites in Jacksonville. Alderman Hoyt in the chair. in letters. New York has 11
,:.' it dictatorship 26-S. Western Texas, J. Risk 1,210
i :}' ., 'I ,:' At of the stockholders of the The following- bills were ordered paid- : merely taken precedence of Boston." tons New York ; freight and StoreOffers

,I" a meeting Florida Mirror, for advertising..........$31 50 passengers, to R.W. South wick,
: ; Florida Central & Western Railroad Com. The German is the most perfect mil-
;;: Steamship San Antonio, for six street army agent. a large and carefully selected

.. : : pany, held in the office of the Company on lamps and expenses........................ 46 34 itary machine in existence. Each corps is 28-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Den nett,

; 'I I :: the 20th inst, the following directors were John Alberti, for scavenger work on constructed so as to form in itself a completelittle Savannah, with freight and
4; streets, 10i days.......................... 10 50 passengers, to W. B. Tucker, STOCK OF HOSIERYFor
;: elected to serve for the ensuing year : B. S. army that can, without inconvenience -
Mr. from the Committee Fire agent.
I Avery on .
C. D. Willard A. D. Bassnett J time detached from the main
Henning be at any .
read a letter from Mr. C. F. CLEARED. Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.HAN
h Schumacher L. M. Lawson F. W. Heck Department is
everything kept
M. ,
body. During peace
Holloway of Baltimore in reference to 23-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder, 1,680
Elijah Smith,T. C. Platt, Wayne MacVeaghJ ready for mobilization in case of war. If tons, New York ; with freight : : : :CHIEFS: : ,
chemical and fire but the
.r i: C. H. Harrison, C. R. Cummings, E. N.: engines apparatus, the decree for mobilization were to be wired and passengers,by R.W. South-
committee was not ready to recommend a Silk, Linen and Cotton.
i agent.
; : : : Dickerson, J. D. Campbe1l.-Floridian. to-morrow from Berlin, the whole field
7+ Y f definite plan.A 24-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah -
I communication received from would be ready in a few hours to, march.Of ; with freight and passengers Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,

Irt} :.1'' List of Letters was the bill the Hawaiian coins that they are striking ,by W. Tucker,agent. Laces, Towels, Napkins
in reference to for
t Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi Mayor Haley services in the San Francisco Mint there are to 25-Brig Ailsa, Baitling, Port au Spain, Dress Lining, Buttons
of Acting Mayor Suhrer. The com- Mizell & Bro.
Nassau county, Florida, Sept. 29, 1883. by and Notions Generally.A .
be $500,000 in one-dollar pieces, $300,000 in Savannah
t munication was referred to the Finance 26-S. P. St. Fitzgerald, -
i Persons calling for these letters must say in and with freight and -
; Committee.The half dollars, $125,000 quarters, $75- ; passengers NECK
lot of
t new
advertised: dollars all the last by W. B. Tucker,agent.
000 in of except
received and marked
.l ordinance the fire ordi- just
amending '4
J. Risk
27-S. S. State of Texas 1,210
Austin H. C. Miller, A. Esq., ,
and fineness of
named to be the weight
referred the Committee Or- of tons New York freight and
.t Clark. Elvev McLellan, W. B. nance was to on ;
coin. On the obverse side R.W. Oar Stock of COSSETS is Very Superior.
Davidson, fi. A. Roberson, Robert- dinances and Rules. United States passengers,by Southwick,

'; Guardner Victory Robinson Mark The bill of F. C. Suhrer for $66.66, ser will be the head of Kalakaua with the date 28-S. agent.P. of Dennett # In PICTURE-FRAMES, BRACK
Holder, Chas. J. Skinner Mrs. and the ."Kalakaua I., King of Ha- City Bridgeton ,
V words; ETS VASES TOILET SETS we otter a
rendered ,
Harris James L. Tailer Susey vices as acting mayor.'was recom- Savannah with freight and passengers -
Jeffords, Mrs. V. H. Taller Her mitted to the Finance Committee. waii," and crn the reverse the Hawaiin coat by W.B.Tucker agent.IN fine variety.FLORIDA _

A Y Lee, Joseph Yong L. W. of arms, an inscription in the Hawaiian language -
1 Mosely A. Married. and the value of the coin in both
SAM'L T. RIDDELL. P. M. Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell.Sch. SPECIALTY.
BORISGIEDD.UGOn Tuesday even- English and Hawaiian. Fannie W. Childs, Hart.

ing September 25th 1883, at the Presbyterian There is in California that if a Sch. Rebecca H.,Queen, Smith.
On our fifth page today will be found a a saying Sch. Josephine. Willets. .' Orders from the Country Solicited.'tKIN"G'S

striking and instructive! illustration of the Church, by the Rev.H. S.Yerger,Hugh man buys water he can get his land thrownin. Sch. Caleb S. Ridgeway, Townsend.Sch. .

_ comparative worth of the various kinds of A. Boring and Fannie Meddaugh, second The literal fact is that the value of F. M. McGear, Sharp. ,

"V baking powders now in the market. daughter of Mr. J. E. Meddaugh. much of the land depends solely upon the Sch."Sara'l B. Vrooman, Hughes. 17 tf Cor. Centre and :Fourth Sts.

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