Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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STATE NEWS. ferred to the Committee on Streets : NEW YORK ( OSSIP. ry by Mr. Joseph Pittson. who, in his pre- GOOD NEWS FROM TIlE WEST.

FERNAKDINA, FLA., Oct. 31,1883.To __ .t face, gave what purported to be a complete

The fruit and vegetable growers in the the nandina Honorable Mayor and Council of Fer- THE FLURRY IN WALL'..,- STREET-VANDERBILT biography of Robin Hood. He placed his GREAT INTEREST TAKEN IN THE FLORID CANAL

vicinity of Fort Mason have organized 'The GEITLEMEN1: regret to find upon my OX TOP-THE NEWSPAPER WAR-.ROWELL birth somewhere about the year 1160, and ENTERPRISE BY THE WESTERN CITIES.

Lake: Region Fruit and Vegetable Association return to Fernandina, that permission has TO RUN AGAINST AN ALDERMAN, ETC. made him die at the age of 87. Our special correspondent writes us of
been given to Geo. Wilson for the locationof To the Editor of the Mirror :
E. A. Wilson was made president At the hospitable board of a prominentpoet the warm and highly intelligent interest
a house with fence, etc., in Sixth street,
and John W. Cannon secretary and treas- between Blocks 32 and 34, and directly in NEW YORK, October 26, 1883. and critic the other evening this ques- taken in our great canal project, and of the"

urer. front of property" owned and improved by The flurry in Wall Street 'is not over yet, tion came up. The host, who had studied very gratifying words of encouragement received -

The drawbridge for the Jacksonville, me, in Block 32. At considerable expenseto and the bulls are gradually :gaining the as- the question pretty closely, remarked that not only from prominent members
I caused all the underbrush and
Tampa & Key West Railroad over Black other myself obstructions, in thestreet to be removed cendancy. Every day they take up some there was no doubt. in the light of the investigations of the mercantile communities, but from the

Creek, has been completed and a large force with a view to improving the appearance of new security and toss it up so high as to of the past few years, that leading journals in such active centres as

tlf men are now at work on the approaches.The the neighborhood, but certainly with no intention make the bears dizzy watching its flight. I Robin Hood was as much a myth as William Cincinnati. Louisville and Chicago.In .

drawbridge over Rice Creek, near Pa- of providing a garden and objectionable was at the horse show the. other evening, Tell. "There is no doubt. said he all of the leading journals friendly notices -
house the clearing. The house,
. latka, will be completed in about thirty I having no suitable upon chimney, endangers the and at one time stood for a few minutes in that he is the most modern reflection of of the enterprise have been made; and

day:. property adjacent from fire, and is otherwise front of the box occupied by the grand old the Sun-god, whether we call Indra with our correspondent was somewhat surprisedto

several in objectionable to the neighboring tenants. I trotter Goldsmith Maid. .owned.,. by Mr. the Indians or Apollo with the Greeks. Like find the editors-in-chief, as well as their
The orange trees on places "
therefore file this the,
my protest, against Henry N. Smith. She is 'n v 26 years old. other solar heroes, he has his reflections in associates, so well posted on the articles
Gainesville, notably those of W. S. Land, further occupation of the street named and
James Doig and Mrs. Smell are so full of respectfully request that the premises com- too old to be of any serviceand.' is allowed Little John, who stands to him as Lancelotto which have, from time to time, appeared in

Mr. Landha plained of be it once removed. the free run of Mr. Smith's. farm. He is so Arthur in the King Arthur myths. The the columns of the Mirror.
fruit that the limbs are breaking.
Respectfully SAM'L A. SWANN. fond of the old heroine Ihat t he would not fact that the Robin Hood ballads are local- We republish a notice in a late Tribune of
six old from the seed
-< one tree only years ,
it the third and The Committee on Ordinances and Rules sell her at any price. Two gentlemen of ized only in those parts of England in the visit of our Press Association to Chicago.
which has on now crop, a "
that. This tree has been heavily recommended the original ordinance For I the Wall Street stripe came up and stood which there was a Scandinavian, is very significant where our correspondent found a warm
large one at "
Plant few and take of the Collection of Taxes, as read the ; beside me. Smith is very proud of her." as to the channel through which friend to this great enterprise, as well as a
fertilized. a care ,
Bee. first time at the regular meeting October 10, remarked one of them, "and would not dispose the legends reached English shores. remarkably discriminating critic, in theable .

them.-Gainesville 1883. The ordinance passed its second read- of her for any amount. "That's so," Rowell, the pedestrian, is on his way over editor of the Jupiter of the West, who, during:

There were shipped from this port last ing, and was adopted.The replied the other, but. who knows how I to this country on the Alaska. He has been a recent visit to Florida and from conversa-

month 4.784,352 feet of pine lumber; 4,678- following report from the Committeeon soon he will be forced to let her go. He gota challenged Fitzgerald, and the walk will tions with many of our prominent publicmen

000 to domestic ports and the balance to for- Fire Department was received and read: severe fall in the present bull mar- and l
pretty come off within the next two months. legislators, came to the conclusion t[
eign. Much of this was for bridges now FERNANDINA, October 31, 18 3. ket, and unless Vanderbilt lets up on him Since Rowell's departure from this country that however magnificent and costly mightbe

being erected for various railroads North. To the Honorable City Council: he may have to give up a good many things. Fitzgerald has become an Alderman of Long the project outlined by the projectors of

There were about 36,000 shingles sent from Your Committee on Fire Apparatus beg I think Vanderbilt must enjoy the first Island City. The spectacle of seeing him the ship canal, the simple, practical and
here to foreign ports. But few cross-ties are leave to make, the following report :
night of the opera at the Metropolitan very wear out the little Englishman on the tan well-tested barge system, capable of con-
from Jacksonville a or Total amount subscribed to date.$1.690 00
now shipped ; year
ordered from Amount collected......................... 1,445 00 much. He has made the bears pay for it bark arena will be a very edifying and dignified struction at a tenth, at least of the cost of a

two this since large The quantities total amount were of lumber and The following are the names of the parties all, and if he wanted to be*liberal he could one, and Long Island Ctty may be ship canal, and of extending the commerce -

port. that have subscribed : rent the entire orchestra and fill it with proud of her city father. of the Mississippi to an (present or prospec-
timber shipped during October is a little in
of the period for 1881-2 but our Mrs. Mary C.McDermott..................$200 00 tramps if he liked, and 'not, nmiss'/the gap The Horse Show, which has been in pro- tive) Atlantic seaport without the slightest
excess Florida Town Improvement Corn pa'y 200 00 such a proceeding would'make. in life pile of strain on its resources, would meet all the
mill-men say that the price paid for this S. A. Swann.................................... 200 00 I gress this week, has been a financial success, .
material is not as good as formerly, and Mrs. B. M. Downie......................... 200 00 winnings. There is now. no doubt that a but otherwise it is a failure. The quality of requirements of our people for many a yearto

J. & T. Kvdd.................................. 50 00 bull market is coming. The.bears are mak- the horses, as a rule, is below par. The come.
amounts at
although large are present J. C. Read....................................... 50 00 ing frantic efforts to maintain their ascen- only exception is the trotters. The We quote the Chicago Tribune :
yet there is no material advance in E. 0. Friend.................................... 50 00 everybody among
prices. Prices North are generally governedby 1"'. Simmons............................... 50 00 dency, but it is plain to that i iI exhibitions in riding are very silly. They In the course of a conversation with another -

the of timber ordered. Duringthe Fred W. Hoyt & Co...........,...... ..... 50 00 I, their back is broken. remind one very much of the donkey acts of the association members, a Tribune
D. II. Hammond............................ 100 00 I was speaking to a clear-headed : in the circus. reporter learned that not only I was the atten-
past month a majority of timber shipped A. B. Noyes.................................... 50 00M. very tion of the North being turned to Floridaand
from here ranged in size from 6x6,and 18x18 A. Williams.............................. 50 00 manager the other day about the new opera ;' Mathew Arnold has been astonishing her growth, but that Europe was also

inches, and 3-inch plank ; and the price paid A. Seydell & Bro.............. .............. 50 00 house, and the prospects of the operatic everybody by his naive innocence. He observing tleman said her. The In this connection the made gen-
W. B. C. DurySe................. ............ 50 00 season in general. Said he, 1 think both be : large purchases
for it in New York is from $25 to $30 l'p.rI seems to in fear of being mobbed for by Sir Edward Reed, )[. P., are being surveyed -
G. Stark, for the estate of Waas........ 50 00
I thousand feet. Freights at present per H. E. Dotterer. ............................... 50 00 Mapleson and Abbey will lose money. Ma- what he said about Americans years ago, into lots for colonists, a charter for a

: schooner cargo, from Jacksonville to New Mode Bros....................................... 25 00 pleson has nothing worth hearing outside and seems to be bent on conciliating them line of steamers direct from England to
Florida has been
York, are $7.25 per thousand feet. There is J. H. Prescott.............. ................. 25 00 of Patti and Gerster. Therefore his kite is by saying that he has frequently read American and colonization granted by scheme the Legislature has been,
W. Bauknight............................ 25 00 all head and no tail, and bound to float a large
item in business Poor fellow formed those interested in the Disston
this lumber nobody
one regard to P. Kelly.......................................... 25 00 newspapers. by
that is not generally! understood by the public W. 1<'. Wood Jr.............................. 10 00 I about in the most erratic manner. Abbey'shouse thinks of them. That pushing lion hunter, purchase as well. But probably the most

viz: In giving the amount of shipments Chas. V. Hill .er.. ............................ 10 00 i is too big. It will turn out a white Mr. Carnegie, who made a coaching tour be interesting made is the and fact important that announcement has been to

from this port month the presumptionis Palmer Bros............ ....................... 25 00 I elephant as the big hotel at Rockaway was. through England and wrote a silly book on formed in London with a syndicate and
per A.Glaiber......................................." 10 00 i You miss all the- delica 33ttones -Italian ample means
that the lumber is all from mills in this J. Klarer................. ...:................... 10 00 : it, has taken him up now, and no doubt contracts made to commence and carry out..--t fe. .
vicinity. This is not a correct view of the B. P. Waas.................. ...... .......... 5 00 opera will be murdered in it, and strong as hopes to be regarded as a sort of nineteenth at once the barge canal surveyed and recommended ;

matter, as a majority of the material is cut W. F. Scott..................................... 25 00 his company is, it is not strong and massive century Melcena through associating with to by the General Senate.Q.This A. Gillmore work of in such his
C. A. Haley ........ .......................... 25 00 enough Wagnerian music. Then look at reports ,
mills the Florida Central & West- : the philosopher. incalculable to
at along J. II. Baker................................... 10 00 importance our country,long
ern, the Transit, Waycross, Live Oak & II. W. King.... .............................. 10 00 the cost. Abbey's expenses at home are --- since urged on the attention of our peopleby
$32,000 week while the road General Grant during his Presidency, will
Rowland's Bluff Railroads and hereby per on they Hymeneal.
shipped The above amount is still in the hands of open a direct internal waterway from St.
train, and re-shipped per schooner. No tI e chairman of your committee, waiting reach $40,000. :Mapleson's are between $7.- To tILe Editor of the Mirror : Marys, on the Atlantic coast (through the

lumber is cut for shipment on the river for a few of the subscribers to pay up their 000 and $9,000. How can they both expectto On Sunday the 30th ult., at the pretty lit great plateau of the Okefinokee Swamp
which will be in a few days.
subscriptions make ? forming a magnificent summit-level supply),
above Jacksonville, and five mills near this Our order for the hook and ladder apparatus money tie Presbyterian Church (one of the oldest, to St. Marks on the Gulf coast. From thence

city are about all that saw lumber for ship- and chemical engine did not reach Mr. The Herald's war against the newsdealershas by the way, yet still best; preserved. in the the navigation is almost uninterrupted to

ment to dmoestic and foreign ports. At Swann before he left New York ; but Mr. not yet lost a whit of its acrimony, and State,) Mr. William H. Sexton, of Savannah, New Orleans not more than thirty miles of

present(. some of the best timber is received I Swann sent the order off.today.P. KELLY. so far the Herald cannot be said to have got Ga., pledged his troth to Miss Lilly X. V. cutting being required through low land or
marsh. I understand that another projectof
from the mills on the Live Oak & Rowland's G. F. AVERY, the best of it. The refusal of the aldermento Arnow. daughter of our fellow-citizen and much greater: pretensions is also before

Bluff Railroad, in Suwanee county, and the P. W. KING, allow Mr. Williams to erect Herald news- ex-Senator, the Hon. J. :\V. Arnow. The the public and possibly future surveys may

mills at Lake City. Mr. Williams, the agentfor Com. on Fire Department.The stands near the stations of the Elevated family having many friends in our commu- show that in any case a more costly ship

various mills at the Florida Central & bond of Wm. F. Wood, Jr., Clerk and Road has caused some surprise, but it is nity the church presented quite a pleasing canal is practicable. )Meantime and for
years to come, the proposed barge system
Western Railroad depot, received a few days Treasurer, was received and approved, and easily explained by the fact,that i it is near appearance, crowded with sympathizing will practically extend the month of the-

since two pieces 15x15, 61 and 62 feet in the Finance Committee Instructed to have election time,-and the philanthropic liquor friends, and tastefully decorated with floral Mississippi to the Atlantic. and a commercealready

length, which were all heart. He now has the same recorded in the County Clerk's dealers who compose our Board of Alder arches, wreaths of flowers and handsome estimated at over $500.000,000 annu-

four pieces of similar size and length on the office and filed with the Mayor. men intend to make capital out of their aid bouquets. The Rev. H. S. Yerger, pastor of allyand the enormous( annually tax increasing for insurance) be freed rendered from-

wharf.-Jacksonville Daily Herald. The following resolution of Alderman to the "poor workingmen," against a "bloated the Presbyterian Church at Fernandina, necessary by the navigation of the Bahamas
.h Williams was adopted : millionaire." and reefs of Florida. favorable char-
How did the Herald get officiated, and after singularly kind, yet Very
The City Council. I Resolved, That the city officers be, and theyare that resolution into the Board?" I asked a ters have been granted by both the States of
exhortation the
The regular meeting of the City Council hereby requested to make a monthly earnest, pronounced happy Georgia and Florida to the Barge Canal
of all received them man pretty well versed in the petty intrica- couple man and wife. whose be obtained
was held Wednesday evening. Present: Aldermen report fees by and for Company, object can ,
what the sum has been received ; and thaton cies of local politics. "Oh, I suppose it After receiving the congratulations of according to the figures given in Gen end*
Kelly, Robinson. Avery, King Williams the refusal or neglect of any officer of was through their City Hall reporter," he their friends the bride and bridegroom left Gillmore's report to the Senate for the inconsiderable -.
and and McDonald.In the city to make such report he shall forfeit amount of $7,000,000, whereas
the absence of the President of Council his pay for that month, or during the time replied. You know the City Hall reporters for Fernandina, en route to St. Augustine, the estimates for the more complicated ship-

Alderman Avery was elected president pro' of such refusal. of the different morning papers are a by the steamer Martha, courteously placedat canal scheme range from $50,000,000 to $250-

The petition of D. Baxter and others was little power of their own, and they work it the disposal of the marriage guests by her 000,000." _

tern.The laid over until next meeting.On well. No alderman would refuse them anything popular owner, Captain John Richardson, October
minutes of the meetings of October The public debt was reduced, during
I, motion of Alderman Robinson the for fear of being punished afterward.
17th and 24th were read and approved. many of whom availed themselves of the ,$10,5000.000.The .
1 A vote taken on the adoption of' the report of Now and then, however, amusing complications invitation.
petition from the citizens of Fernandina -
signed by Daniel Baxter and 42 others, the Finance Committee, at the last meeting, arises. Some time ago, for instance, Messrs. Wright & Bachlott spanned the Grand Lodge of F. & A. M. of Georgiamet

asking a continuation of the present system relating to the reduction of the expenses of the Morning Journal, which has its publication street in front of their store with buntinggay in Macon, Ga., this week in annual ses

of day scavenger work, was received and the city government, was reconsidered.The office in the basement of the Tribune ," and if the sincere and generally expressed sion.
read. following resolution by Alderman building desired a permit from the Board to wishes for long life and happinessbe
erect pillar with a sign in front of their es- President Arthur has issued his proclamation -
realized the other
The King was adopted : only sooner some
following salaries for October
were ordered -
making Thursday, November 29th, a '
paid : Resolved, That the report of the Finance"Committee tablishment. The Tribune people naturally members of our community follow the ex- .
relating to reducing the expensesof objected. The Journal's reporter got a number day of Thanksgiving.
R. K. Smith, city marshal................$40 00 the at the last cellent example set them to-day the better.
Newton Bradley, police...................... 35 00 meeting city and government reconsidered, adopted as above, be referred of aldermen, in fact a majority of them, ORANGE BLOSSOM. Moritz Range & Co., cotton brokers at.

fam Cook, police.... ........................ 35 00 to the Mayor.AyesMacDonald. to vote for the resolution. The Tribune reporter St. Marys, Ga., November 1, 1883.
_ Stephen Morris, night police.............. 38 75 found out about it, and had it killed, Liverpool, England, suspended on Tuesdaylast.
Hibbard, police at Old Town......... 25 00 Williams. Robinson, the Their liabilities amount to $3,250,000..
and as Tribune naturally has more standingand
King. About two thousand bales of cotton were
bill The of ayes and nays being called for on the Nays-Kelly. influence than Albert Pulitzer's fantastic burned in the yard of the South Carolina Savannah was visited- by a terrible- con-
F. C. Suhrer to
amounting $106.47
for and unreliable little sheet. Railroad, at Charleston, on Monday. The flagration Wednesday. Seven lives were-
services as Acting Mayor for July, Au- List of Letters
The most remarkable new book of the loss is estimated at $100,000. This is the sec- lost. Three hundred and twelve buildings,
gust and part of September and October, re- Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi
sulted week is Howard Pyle's, The Adventures ond cotton fire that has occurred in that constituting that part of the city known as
as follows: na, Nassau county, Florida, Nov. 2, 1883.
I of Robin Hood," published by the Scrib'ners. city this year. Yamacraw, were destroyed, together with-
Ayes-Messrs. McDonald, Avery, Robinson Persons calling for these letters must say .
advertised Mr. Pyle has collected all the float- about 6,000 bales of cotton. Twelve hun-
King and Kelly. i :
Nays-None. I Coles, Emma McClow. Siler ing Robin Hood ballads and made a run-' The first bale of cotton ever picked from dred and seventy-eight persons were made .

The following bills were ordered paid in Dorsey. David Marcy, John ning connected story of them, and told it the field by machinery was shown at the homeless. The loss is estimated at $1,000- .

cash.G Davis, Jonney More, Sallie in quaint mediaeval English. At the same Charleston Cotton Exchange Tuesday, and 000. The Secretary of War has authorized

F. Doven, Isabell Manning, James time ke has illustrated the text with a num- attracted general attention. Its conditionwas the use of Oglethorpe Barracks for the des-
Avery, keeping city horse for Dorsey. Martha Marcroa, Jaspna
month of October...........................$15 00 Floyd, Chas. Robinson, Mrs. S. E. ber of full page head piece, and tail piece pronounced as good as hand-picked cot- titute.
Alberti, six days scavenger work.... 6 00 Gallie, Mrs. John 2 Robinson, Emmer illustrations in the medieval English style.Mr. ton of the same grade. It was conceded thatif

Alderman King gave notice that at the Ghione, Rev. Z. M. Scott, Mrs. Selia 2 Pyle's effects are very happy. He has placed with others it could not be distin- Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.

next meeting he would introduce a resolu- Green Higginbotham, Mollie L. Silver Sistrunk., Mrs.James evidently studied Holbein and Durer to guished from hand-picked cotton. The bale Tracts containing twenty acres each of

tion to declare the seat of Alderman Proctor I Holzendorf, Morgan Smith, Sarah much profit, and their quaint vigor .is reflected was picked near Sumter, S. C., by the cotton suitable choice, high for orange hammock growing land on and Orange truck Lake farms,;

vacant, and to call for an election to fill the Jones, Mead Steward, Nellie in his lines. The, publication of this harvesting machinery invented by T. C. Mason ing, are now offered for sale. These lands ?

vacancy. King Lewis, Joe C. E. Silver Struth,H.Wm. 3 book has revived in literary circles the dis-: Jr. It is operated by one horse and are very conveniently situated for transpor-

The following communication from Mr. Lytle,,B. F. Tillas., S. S. cussion as to whether such a being as Robin one man, and will harvest from.2J to 3 full tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on

Samuel A. Swann, asking the removal of a Michel, Boking Walker, R. < Hood ever existed. Biographers will remember bales per day. The bales will be sent to the tionable.terms to suit Also purchasers.valuable Titles timber areun lands ues-in

house occupied by Geo. Wilson, on Sixth Mooney, Leah Walker, Rufus that the Robin Hood ballads were convention of the National Cotton Planters' large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS

street, near his premises, was read and re SAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M. first collected at the close of the last centu- Association Vicksburg: next month. I February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.

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"," BIG HT. he tell you that by the" death of some brutal I I when the sun had set angry and flaming, a "And you as coolly continue to do so," I Putting down the light; he peered about

English relative he is now rich-that he resigns -I I deadly stillness clung on the mountain side, ,remarked Armand, smothering a yawn and calling "Delphine! Delphine! But no

t Dark shadow "twixt to-morrow morn and his appaintment, that he starts tomorrow rendering distinct the distant boom of the returning to the bottle. Delphine replied. He staggered to the bid

me! by this very steamer for the upper coasten waters of the bay, while at intervals camea "I will not'etain you much longer. I and pulled aside the hangings./ The bed

If but a shadow, my heart shrinks from route for Aden? Ha!1" And he passedhis faint wind Sighing through the canons of mt'rel.wish. you to know the extent of my was empty. He looked around and noticed

thee; arm round his niece, who leaned, pale the Blaricbec Range, stirring the heavy sul- 'dishonorable conduct; as you once calledit the confusion of the furniture, the open

If but a heavy gloom on vale and height; and fainting, against his shoulder, as he try air, and causing the croaking pine treesto by telling you that I have resigned my drawers, the unclosed shutters,the undruwn

If but a black shroud for the sun's sweet whispered this cruel news into her ear. But complain. appointment as I 'now have ample means mosquito curtains, the litter and disorder ofa

light. she quickly regained sufficient composure to Inside the house, dinner, which most certainly aid that I intended meeting Delphine in deserted room. And on the table near the

Earth like his widow lying love-forgot- walk firmly toward the gangway, after point- was not of herbs and contentment England, where your consent to our marriage lamp lay a tiny note addressed to him. He

O Night, I love thee not! ing out her pile of luggage to her uncle. therewith, had dragged its weary length can be dispensed with "- took it up and read :

The latter, satisfied with the, effect of his through a profusion of dishes and messes ".Apr&/" interrupted Delphine'sguardian, "I shall return with my husband. AU

If but a passage to the coming day; information, followed her off the ship, say- ,. and the"master''_for so Armand pre- who, by the! way, was getting rather thickin revoir I Thy niece, DELPHIXE."

If but a waiting for the morning ray; ing triumphantly himself: ferred to be styled-began to brace him- his speech. He sat down and tried to think. "Soshe

If but a silence when the solemn hush "Now if I can only keep her out of that self for the coming breeze by making a furious 44 But you seem to have got wind of my was gone, was she? To get married out of

Is moved, as if the wings of angels rush fellow's way till to-morrow, all will go onslaught on the contents of the decanters intentions," Naughton went on, taking no the colony, and to return some day with

Over the babies with a cradle song- well." roundly cursing the frightened negroes heed of the other's interruption ; for you her husband. Her husband Bah A

O Night, I did thee wrong! who waited at table,and sending them write and get poor Delphine to come out pretty couple, indeed I Return to

r. n. off en masse to the warmest procurable re- again under some cock-and-bull story, for that he has made an honest woman of prove her

If but a respite from the toil of day ; The members of the Colonial Office in gion.He the purpose of getting her under your con- now. Ha. ha! The rascal must have been

If but a pause, to ponder on the way; Hootsville were preparing to separate, after sat for a short time gulping down his trol, and hoping that I shall have left the playing with him to-night? And that jar'
If but a time to shut the eyelids tight, wine and his niece who without her." e
discharging their more or less arduous duties watching closely place meeting of a Croizette, too, must have been helping
Wrestling with evil in a deadly fight; in e more or less zealous and able man- had moved to a chair near the open window "And I see but little chance of a meeting, them, or how could they have managed?

If but a pillow where white wings descend- ner. The chief clerk and his favorite satel- eh ?" hiccoughed: the host; "especially if He would give that slut a piece of his mind

0 Night, thou art my friend. lites were assembled fur just one peg" be- 44 It appears that my beautiful niece is not Monsieur desires:: to sail at daybreak from to-morrow perhaps strangle her who
fore praving the red dust and sunshine in pleased with what her old uncle has done the beautiful-the charming city of Hoots- knows? Refuse his consent to the

If but a time of promise of the Far; the streets. for her benefit !'' remarked Armand huski- ville. Ha, ha!I" riage? Of course. Was not the law of mar-Sus

If but a dreams waiting for the morning of star. ; They were all very nice young men in ly, for he had not dined wisely, but too Yes, yes. No doubt you have calculatedit quannah with him, and was he going to
If but brightening a "
gorgeousmorn their way, and were all' beautifully arrayed. well. all very nicely said Naughton soothingly give up the control of Delphine's wealth
of 44 If you consider that, by trying to separ- whereat the elderly gentleman began to until he
in the height of colonial fashion. Some was obliged? No. no ; not so fool-
Where life and love and joy are newly born ; them had sauntered through a mute, inglorious I ate Walter and myself, you have acted for lose his temper, but we shall see. 'Twas a ish Though much of it had been lost of
If but a yearning for eternal career at an English university, or had my benefit," replied Delphine, in contemptuous ,pity you forgot to reckon upon my feelingsfor late. Lost? Ah, that was the difficulty !
Thou teachest well 0 NightChambers' I "
appeared at competitive examinations with tones, "you are utterly mistaken. Delphine. However, tell me once and A little longer time, and he could make
Journal. Indeed !1" sneered Armand. "Was it for all, do still refuse consent to
a certain sameness of result. Some said you your good the money borrowed to meet those accursed -
they came to Susquannah for their health, not better that you should return to your our marriage? Union shares the Nevada business,

THE SAJfZlFR SCANDAL.I. though their stock of that rare commoditywas proper home instead of staying in Paris, 44 If I give my consent what arrange- that idiot Beaudet's failure! Borrowed?
without protection-abandoned,so to speak, ments would you make? That all. what
enviable; others say they came on was say they may. All
spec,'' and these, perhaps, spoke the truth. for that fellow never intended to carry out "Arragements? I don't quite follow you. would have come right but for that pigheaded -
bis promise to your father, I'll swear!" We should certainly sell this place, if that'swhat ''
and triedto of
The signal that the English mail is in There they were however, they bully an Englishman. Rot him!
sight has been flying since daybreak from make the best of the refuge for the des- 441 am the best judge of that. But do you you mean. And he sat brooding over the ruin of Ids
I should have obeyed you in coming And Naughton took a turn and down
the flag staff bthe little station on the'cliff. titute, as the civil service of Susquannahwas suppose up schemes till he gradually grew sober and a

Long before the lazy town of Hootsville is facetiously termed. out here again, after" the.disgrace I have the room, with the growing conviction that plan of action occurred to him. "Half-past

veil awake from its crapulous slumbers, the The chief clerk, Mr. Shadrach Slinger, brought 44 on my name the old gentleman did not know very well eleven And Naughton's steamer sailed at

in full tumbler in hand La, la-quimportef" sneered the uncle. what he was talking about. daybreak. Yes there still chance of
red hull, white funnels, and tall tapering was swing, one was a
masts of the long-expected steamer might cheroot in the other, hat on the back of the "If, continued Delphine, disregardinghis "Ha!lit muttered Armand, putting the catching them. Thev couldn't be far ahead.
interruption, "I had not expected to lighted end of his cigar into his mouth,
have been seen from the shore as she head, telling a really good thing about Mrs. And even if he didn't overtake them between
grew "
meet Mr. Xuughton here and bp married to which proved unpalatable. And
out of the horizon and came up, pantingand Commissioner Grant. His subordinates, youwouldn't this and Hootsville, he would go on

throbbing, through tha : of the rising who knew the story, were preparing to him? prefer keeping on Lagaras and my board and call on the Captain to assist him
rays: "
sun. Within a hundred yards of the laugh at the right time, when a tap was Pardon, my child, but this dear Naughton managing it for you? in regaining the custody of his niece. If
does not now anxious to be mar- Oh, no said Naughton dryly. "Neither
harbor her off and she lies heard at the door. appear Naughton chose to face the consequences of
engines ease ,
rolling, on the heavy ground-swell of the "A dun I a dun !1" sighed a diplomatist, ried to you-hein f"*' Delphine nor I have any love for the place, abduction yes,abduction-instead of quietly -
'I'Ve'shall see! she said, with a quiet after what has here.1th
behind from sheer force of happened continuing his journey alone-alone
Bay of Susquannah. And now a puff of slipping a screen you
habit, while the others promptly fumbled a smile. La, la! That is mere sentiment observed understand ?-well and good for Armand
smoke from her little followed
by a
gun 44 My faith yes, to-morrow !I" he laughed, Armand, washing his mouth out
little which echoing and few papers or looked into ledgers. Sanzier. Ha. ha he might turn the tables
reechoing -
report through the goes gullies of the heights I' The____ chief_ clerk______,. very_ __." properly annoved___n_... at___ bursting into the old sons- with a strong dose of brandy. "And you on them yet !" And, restored to something

above the town, till it is caught up and this i1l-timed interruption on the part of the --nml'Situ veux etre ma gigolette" I would then, I suppose, in the event of my like his old self by the prostpect of revenge

silenced !in the dreamy moaning of the fog- public, hid his cigar and tumbler under his Oui, je serai ton gigolo. allowing you to marry my niece-who is, and success, he rushed from the room ran

horn, announces to the capital: of the rising pith helmet, squared his shoulders, and, "Let me tell .you, my Uncle Armand, you must recollect, under my control until along the passage, crossed the courtyard,
that you are acting not only wickedly but she is of which will not be for anothertwo
of the arrival of the putting on his official scowl, bawled Comem age and strode into the stables. Cursing"the
colony Susquannah "
madly. Walter,you know well, would have "
!I"Escort.ed years absence of the hands -who were away
royal mail steamship S&itry. followed me, after +II ran away to avoid exposure Yes, ," interposed Naughton weariedly -
of cabmen by the office messenger, a smart- yes dancing at Hootsville-he hastily saddled a
string dusky
a cursingand had you not sued him for that "but if allow her to me herein
flogging their wretched cattle come ly dressed, handsome young woman, all ; you marry horse, and clattered off in pursuit of his
which father had advanced
money my poor Hootsville?
becks and smiles, entered unabashed, and niece.
road the docks.
down the long to
racing "
Coolies and loafers-whose is legion- begged the favor of an interview with the him Will you, inquired Armand. raising his The storm had by this time passed off.
name "
Business is business, interposed Ar- bloodshot ferret-like to Naughton-
chief clerk. eyes and every now and then the moon came
drag themselves, blinking and yawning, mand, holding up his wine to the light. will investigate matters relative to--
The jaded officials at once took the hint, you peeping out from behind the scudding
shade of the warehousesand
from the friendly and their hats as well, leveling Parthian "But continue. This is amusing !I"I I to-bfcasse! what is the word?-the investment cloud The road between Lagaras and
mob for thepierhead.
swell.the Mr.motley Port Officer making Learning in all glances at the pretty Creole as they strolled "And now you have the audacity !I" she I of the sums left by my late brother?" Hootsville-scarcely broad enough to allow

away. cried excitedly, to use your authority as my It will be my duty to inquire into everything two carriages to pass with ease-descended
the and circumstance of a gig and col- "
pomp I say, Croizette, this won't do, you guardian to prevent our ever seeing one another concerning my wife's: property, said through the valley of the Blanbec Range
ored crew, puts off to board the new-comer Ah but it is droll This Armand in the
know 1" ejaculated Sllnger.: again guar- Naughton, looking traight now passing a deep ravine on the one side
of health
and satisfy himself as to her state
Monsieur must excuse me ; but has he dianship makes us laugh !I" face. and high banks and masses:: of rockwork on
And this delicate
during matter the has voyage.been settled, the screw of the seen the passenger list of the Sentry, which i He laughs best who laughs last," chuck- Then you shall never marry her !1"' the other, and now winding through the

arrived this morning?" led Sanzier. screamed the old man, jumping up and thick plantations above the town. But San-

Sentry revolves once more, and amid the Passenger list? No. What if I had ?" But you know, my uncle," she said eag- kicking over the chair in his passion. zier knew every inch of the familiar road
feeble cheering of the emigrants on the forecastle "
he asked pettishly."In erly, leaning toward him, we do not remain Leave the house at once, great blackguardthat and, thinking only of his meeting with

she sweeps slowly into dock. that case," said the soubrette, quietly children always. There conies a time you are !1" he roared, shaking his fists Nau hton. pushed at a reckless pace down
from the other
Standing apart passengerswas seating herself in the coolest corner of the when one requires a guardian no longer- in childish rage, or, by_" and after fumb- the canon.
a young lady dressed in deep mourning, understand? And if rash for second two in his
room, Monsieur would haveseen the name you you are ling aimlessly a or In turning a shoulder of the highwaythe -
whose graceful figure and very beautiful enough to reject Walter's proposals to-night tail-coat pocket he dashed raving from the
of my young mistress, Mademoiselle San- St. Lucie route, it was called-he: suddenly -
face were apparently familiar to of _
many .....'r." we shall""Softly room. sighted ahead of him a covered cart
the shore people, who now came swarming The devil !'' cried Mr. Slinger, looking softly, my little one !1" growled Better not stay to be shot ; he's mad or buggy, whose bright lights made lanes of

on board as soon as the ship was moored on aghast. Armand, rising with difficulty and confront- drunk" Naughton said to himself; and light in the surrounding darkness."I .

the side of the quay. But the majority of 44 Exactly, Monsieur the chief clerk. But ing the angry girl. "I anticipate no propo- striding across the floor, he threw open the have them 1 My God I have them !"

those who recognized her either passed on I have a note for Mr. Naughton, which must sals from any add"your Walters this fine shutters, vaulted over the veranda and he roared in triumph, slashing his already

with a rude, surprised stare or stopped and.saluted be placed in his hands to-night./cowte/ que night. The young Lothario to whom you dropped his long form on the lawn a few feet terrified horse over the head in the heat of
her with mixture of freedom and
a coute. Can you then, my dear gentleman, have referred l, ah so frequently, leaves below. His carriage, a light-covered buggy. the moment. In a few seconds he was at

.pity, which was more offensive than the cut direct one to him ?" iiootsviiie at aayoreaK en route fur at. uTah Wltll astanding pair *l/l\P wary tiott ucikivt trrk.KrOj;.uit-t) horses, was the side of the carriage, calling fiercely to
direct ; and indeed, so keenly did the poor Lucie and Aden. This I have under the in of his
"It depends ; but look here I am not go- already men- portico charge the driver to stop. The reply was a fearful
who but few months before had
girl- a ing to lend a helping hand to mischief, you tioned, if I mistake not ;" and he resumedhis servant, a white man, who, upon receiving blow across the face from the butt end of a
been the proudest and brightest in Hoots-
know.'' seat with drunken gravity. certain whispered instructions from his master whip, and S-inzier reeled in his saddle. The

ville-feel her present position that she "There will be mischief,'" said the girl That is true," remarked Delphine ab- handed the reins to Naughton, toadied blow would have been repeated had not a
pulled down her veil as her tears bean, to sently, for she was listening to the sound of his hat arid sauntered to the back
significantly, "if this Mr. Naughton forsakesmy away girl in the back of the cart flung! herself on
mistress." horses' hoofs and carriage wheels, which premises.And the driver's upraised arm and arrested the
I know it 1* stupid to be hurt at all
441 know nothing about that," returnedthe were now audible through the open win- then as they drove down the avenue, stroke while Sanzier, sick and 1 stunned

this; but-but I am not as strong as I chief clerk, who took a common sense dow.U But he arrives to pay you a parting a flash of lightning indiscreetly disclosed the sank forward on hihorse's neck and thus
thought. However, it will be right; it will visit uncle!1" and she the hood of the
view of the matter. my sprang joyfully fact that under carriage was failed to see: that his assailant was Xau h-

S all be right when I have seen Valterand 441 am in despair," cried the girl. "I must toward the veranda. Miss! Sanzier, and that Mr. Naughton was ton's servant and that the woman was Croi
she dried her eyes as she whimpered these 44 shouted Armand
-I But no. furiously. kissing her.
return before sunset to Lagaras-it is a long
to herselfwhen I have him "
hopes seen I'll have no more foolery in that quarter!! But now the driver again urged on his
'' up-hill drive-or that old fox will suspect
then she burst
and heard the truth and
me. He has been watching my mistress the and, disregarding her struggles:: and entreaties v. team and rapidly descended the hill toward

out crying again. he caught her up in his powerfui grasp Hootsville, leaving Sanzier behind swaying
whole day as a cat does a mouse.
But her weakness, if it was such, was A few minutes afterward and carried her off to her chamber at the to and fro in his stirrup The atf'ctsuf
quickly detected, forahandwas, laid heavilyon "Who? growled Mr. Slinger; that other end of the house.IV.. revolver in hand, lurched furiously into the the blow, however quickly wore oil;
shoulder and harsh voice scoundrel Sanzier1"U He floun- very
her a growled, dining-room and found it empty.
Come then is it thus But yes, pardon, Monsieur," continued the but found leaving Sanzier in a more infuriated state
we dered on to balcony, nothing
the girl, can you suggest how I am to give than ever, and he charged down the steep
anew, via fittette-liein f" had there and after firing a sbot or two in the
this billet to Mr. Naughton?" Armand scaitcely returned to the din- ; and narrow road after the buggy, bent on
She at once recovered herself and calmly ing-room before Walter Naughton, heedlessof direction of his departing guest, his ardor and .
411 can't indeed the and recklessoftheconsequences.IIe
held her cheek to be brushed by the was answer ; of vengeance
up the remonstrances of the half-hearted began to cool under the steady downpour
negroes caught them and pursued
the chief clerk stood his impatiently soon up.
on hearthrng -
moustache of old Frenchman who
bristly an tropical rain. Cursing freely, he came in
himself. "I must have
tusririns? _sit his moustache!' ._ presented a and pursuer, side by side, tore down the
stood leaning over her. She seemed accustomed --0<"' n --'- and had recourse once more to the
few words with vou. Mr. Sanzier. he said. again
tall incline on their left a deep ravine, on their
Suddenly a figure appeared at one of ,
to the tone and of this He then ]
; manner standing defiantly in the doorway whether spirit-case. began to laugh, not
wall of cliff.
right a
the windows, which opened down to the
and surprised under circum-
worthy gentleman, was invno way wish it heartily-he never did any "
you or "Stop, .or I'll fire! lie yelled drawing
ground of the office courtyard."Ha ,
at her welcome, which, to say the be it Armand "au stances-and suddenly snatching up a lamp
"So replied ; large ca- !leis revolver as he galloped the near side
} there are! On the crank still?
least of it not demonstrative after you the floor.
was ayear's naille! and the servants vanished. One staggered across .
of the cart perilously the precipice.But
cried the new-comer, stepping in over the
But then he was her With air of been
separation. would not wish to turn even a dog out on a a very suspicious having his threat was wasted t for the horse-
sill and closing the French shutters after ,
uncle and uncles not demonstrative MissSanzier's maid
many are listening and watching.> ,
like this. the
Ah, accursed lightning -
had their driver's control.
him.U Pouf! how blazing hot it is Well, now got beyond
at time. His name was Armand Croizette. confronted him in the doorway. I
any !1" he after back
growled, starting as a and the frail vehicle at break-
Sanzier, and his friends hinted that he had. I've done my po' p c. visits, thank goodness ; flash What do want here, gamine?" he dragging a
bright gleamed through the room and I you and
paid m'ticks, packed my traps, and am neck speed, they plunged: bumped,
left his native country for the benefit of his the heavy rain plashed on the veranda. growled, starting back with an oath and a :
off by the morning mail. And, ignorantof rattled over the wretched road, still fnrtht'rexcited
fatherland. His antecedents dubious
were ; the "Now, my good young sir," he continued, hiccough. by Sanzier's shouts and Croizette's
of the maid in the
his addiction to drink, unlike the rest of his presence lady's pointing to a chair and seating himself 441 come to warn Monsieur not to wait for
fellow-countrymen indubitable, and darkened room, he proceeded to light a Mademoiselle who is little ill and who screams.
may I offer you anything? No ? Excuseme a Sanzier leveled at the near wheeler and
his temper and habits were so peculiar that cigar. has to bed she said glibly as if repeating -
if I give myself one little glass forArmand's gone mud
the of Hootsville and Slinger touched him on the elbow, and, ; fired. The horse fell, plowing up the
oven gay people they well-learned lesson.
he the in front nerves were slightly shaken by a and stones and capsizing the cart. The
looking up, saw girl standing "
44 111 or not, in bed or out of it, he mumbled -
his late athletic display at Delphine's ex- he
anxiety of him holding out the note. hood struck Sanzier's shoulder before
"I must tell her ho. hoI! must tell
and the of the unwel- -
44 Croizette he the pense presence could rein and his horseswerved:: againstthe
mutters dropping up.
So, then, he asked, peering round suspiciously her at once how I have frightened away.thisgay
match.Vhat's this?" come Naughton. "And now for your few paling at the edge of the ravine. It
and cursing a newsboy who stood lover of hers-ho, ho, ho !" And he
words, you please. smashed like tinder while the ground
billet for Mr. I ,
"A Naughton. have the
in front of them "you understoodmy had to himself the wall until
You must pardon intrusion at this steady against
my broke from beneath the strugglinghoofs
honor to await an answer. And she smiledat away :
letter? You are wise to come so readily he had finished the rout and
hour but I had no other opportunity before laughing over:
of the frightened animal. Sapped by
'' the chief clerk, who scowled in return.
to your old uncle and guardian now, myDelpbIne. the for if I miss to-morrow's retreat of the panic-stricken Naughton.
leaving colony, the late rains, a huge piece of the roadside
seized the of
Naughton slip paper, tore it I. '
But : he said to the who,
and read steamer I shall have to wait here anothersix : you abigail, slipped, and, before Sanzier could disengage
"I understand nothing answered Del- open, : I akimbo had been merrily in
arms joining
weeks. Mr. Sanzier what is the mean- of
For Heaven's sake before himself horse and man were hurled out
phine, "but that it was absolutely necessaryfor see me you ing of Delphine's sudden and unexpectedreturn his mirth, can go to bed. Where are the sight. ,

law business, and so on, about the estate go. ?" others?"
He stood for a few moments lost in Meanwhile, Naughton and Del phine were
for me to return as soon as I recovered; 44 The domestics have but shortly to
whom ? asked Armand gone
and then Croizette By unexpected driving quietly in the opposite direction
to follow -
thought, telling
but I did not understand)"our-your the ball of quality at Hootsville. Mademoiselle -
him to his lodgings, he bade his friend smoking calmly. along the highway from Lagaras to St
ations about Walter. "By myself, of course," returned Naughton gave them leave this afternoon, she for the
Lucie to wait at that
good-by, and hurried from the room. intending port
But yes, returned the old man, avoid- beginning to chafe under the French added, with a syvlook. "Ah. how I love steamer with their servants and luggage

ing the searching look in the girl's great man's sarcastic tone. the_ __ dance f hnt T_ dare tint _abandon__....___ guy dear n___ they
But hearing the fate of Sanzier,
gray eyes, "he quite altered after your fath III. "And by what right, may I have the mistress. Good night, then Monsieur Ar- returned upon at to Hootsville attended by
once ,
er's death. But," he added, turning fiercelyto Lagaras, the property of Delphine Sanzier honor of inquiring, does Mr. Naughton mand." And she ran off much amused."A and her
the bruised but faithful Croizette
his niece, you have not dared to dis- and the home of her uncle and guardian, question the movements of my niece?" Chaillot. salope" was the gracious reply with his:
companion, Naughton's
obey me in writing to the scoundrel-say lies at some height above Hootsville on the "You know well enough,"said Naughton as the good man of Lagaras started on in
arm a sling.
then?'' high road over the mountain range to St. sternly, U that when Delphine foolishly ran his visit of comfort to his niece.It after

Let go my arm, please," replied :Miss Lucie, the trading station: on the northernside away from home 1 would gladly have made was rather difficult steering for one in The body of Armand Sanzier in was the cemetery -
ward recovered and now rests
Delphine Sanzier, "and 'do not call Mr. of the Island of Susquannah. Nestling amends for all, and was preparing to follow his state and so the rats seemed to think, as Hootsville.Lagaras .
of the Catholic Church at
Naughton names in my presence. He has under the shelter of the hills which rise be- her with her father's pardon and approvalsay he nearly.trod on their tails in the gloomy sold and
has been Susquannah
long ,
written and explained the reasons which hind, and fronting the straggling town and rather-anxious wish-that we should corridor;; but he reached at last, without and her husband nomore.

prevented him from meeting me in Eng- broad bay which lie below, the great com- be married as soon as possible. But beforeI any accident, Miss Sanzier's part of the knows Delphine
London Societ .
land, as we had arranged; and I have writ- fortable buildings, vast courtyards and out- could do anything poor Mr. Sanzier died house. He knocked, at first softly, then viciously .... !!

ten to him explaining everything-my corn- houses, with carefully tended grounds teem- suddenly, and then you threw every obstaclein calling to his niece to open. He Valuable --Orange Lands- for Sale.
back here what have said in ing with vegetation and rich plantations tried the locked
ing you your my way to marrying your ward, utterly handle, but the door was
letter to me, and what you expect me to stretching far away to the coast line, are at- crippled me at that time by buying up my and the key was gone. Thereupon he pom- Tracts containing twenty acres each of

do. I hadn't time to. write except by this tractive enough' to make many a man's debts and suing me right and left. Yes," meled vigorously,and was even rude enoughto choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake.

mail, and he will get that letter to-day. But mouth water; and this effect, it may be continued Naughton, angry at the reCollec- kick at the lower panels, and, very soon> suitable for orange growing and truck farm

I shall decline to believe one word you tell, added, they certain produced upon the tion of his troubles "I know you always losing the little patience he possessed, he ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare

me about him until I hear the truth from present manager of the. estate, good Armand owed me a grudge..for that plack-balling put his hu shoulder to the daintily very conveniently situated for transpor
his own lips. Had we not better leave the Sanzier. business. But we're quits now, by Jove 1 door and sent !it flying, lock and al tation,by water or rail, and will be sold on

ship? These people seem to take an inter- The evening gave every promise of a And when you found you could harass me Boiling with rage, he bnrst into the sit- terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques

est in us." And she moved away. storm, both without and within Lagaras.The no further in money matters you coolly for- ting room'and dashing aside a chair which tionable. Also valuable timber lands m

"One word, my child," muttered Ar- fierce heat'of the day had been almost bade me ever to mention again your niece's stupidly stood in his way, he stumbled on large bodies. G. R. FAIRBXJOCS.February .

maud as be followed close at her side. "Did intolerable even for that climate, and now, name!1" into the bed-chamber beyond. 16, 1882. Fernandina Fla.

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.. .
characterizing it as the spirit of bull- .. 9 ,, : ''' .. tj'. Proprietary and Fancy Goods, WM. B. C. DURYEE,

d )zing." ,which, in trade is vigilant .to corner ,'" ,: :;!J.' .!t..".. .
a fcllow.being and impudently pluck '.: FINE TOILET ARTICLES, ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
'J" .
him-in politics, ever premcdiLntlJlg und ,. ;: : \ ..
devising tricks of fraud force and mastery.A CENTRE ST. R. R. DEPOT
the .4.;
dc.i1bh'pr cli"ity overriding conscience -

and in direct warfare'with character law and FRED W. HOYT & CO., '., ,,' .::' t IN GREAT VARIETY. FERNANDINA. FLA.
)precept-hesitating not to destroy *

however spotless, to achieve a sinister pur Hay, Corn, Oats
pose. To generally verify these premises, I Physicians' Prescriptions

have only to invite attention to the universality FERNANDINA, FLA., Florida Lands. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at W. K. RAUKNIGIIT,
of the unmanly practice by partisan
editors and small politicians of hurling sat- reasonable prices.DR. AGENT,

ire and detraction at statesmen whose virtues WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

and usefulness commend them to the Grocers, Grain Dealers, AND STOCK DEALER:
esteem and confidence of their countrymen BUTCHER ANDDealer

is it not, time that men, professing -
And, pray,
in Ice
Peninsular _
The = .
sentiments AND J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER.
to be'governed by civilized ,
begin to consider the moral aspects of this PALMER BRO'S TENNESSEE. BEEF A SPECIALTY t

defamatory spirit{ and eschew such tacticsas General Merchants.CHOICE AND BROOM STREET WHARF, ..

not only inconsistent with justice, but 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.
impolitic and suicidal? oI+-

I believe it may be truthfully said that icaRAILROAD FloridaiTic iJ'I4IPHARMACISTS LOUIS A. C. LANGE, .
no public man of conceded.preeminence has t ,
been more shamefully maltreated in this FAMILY GROCERIES, -+i' I UPHOLSTERER .

regard than 'the illustrious citizen whose COMPANIES IAKER,
beads this article, and who, for dignityof .
name of HAY CORN OATS :BRAN FEED Centre Street, near Depot, Foot of Centre Street
character, versatility powers, resourcesof <,
knowledge, capacity of statesmanship FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
and unblemished probity, is hardly surpassed ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

in either hemisphere. And for what FLOUR, GRITS AND MEAL, Furniture repaired in the best manner.
Because simply, that he. in obedience to the COUNTIES OFALACHUA Hair Mattresses made to order at short. .
promptings of conscience and patriotism, j ABSOLUTELY PURE notice. 36

declined to involve his country in interne-
Wattersonian JAMES McGIFFIN
cine war by an impotent ,
force his to the Presidential
attempt to way
chair in the teeth of President Grant's impe- DRUGS AND CHEMICALS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
threat that PUTNAM ,
rial and premeditated Hayes ---
should be inaugurated if it necessitated the Alachua Street, between Second and Third

mobilization of the whole army to accomplish I FURNITURE, F- Standard Patent Medicines, FERNANDINA, FLA.
it. Who does not acknowledge; the ,
stern resolution of General Grant? Who ---a o Orders and estimates from a distance carefully -

does not know that he held the reins of government SUMTEP -J Fancy TOILET Articless I attended to. 25-tf
with the iron of Cassar and ANDHERNANDO .
grip a Hardware Tinware
Crockery, -- ----- --
had ample power to defeat the public will? O. S. OAKES

It is idle to question whether his conceptions PERFUMERY, ..
were right or wrong-for, right or wrong, BUILDING :MATERIAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
General Grant made no idle threats. lieue.cr X/OTSICT'S EXTRACTS, etc. '
acted in his life from impulse, and in AT PRICES FROM MANUFACTURESDOORS
his conclusions he gave no thought to con- '.
sequences. At this juncture he threw down PAINTS, OILS, CORDAGE, ETC. yS* Especial and careful attention paidto
the challenge of civil war to conceal the PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS by OF ALL SIZES.

crimes patronage of and his party the treasury.It and save. to them the $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All an experienced Druggist.ggS" Post jan4 Office Box 174. Fernandina Fla

is apparent, hence, that Mr. Tilden abstained GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF )IR. RABB the Manager, will sleep
from a quixotic attempt to realize over the store and will respond to all calls IF1. ANSLEY,

the climax of his generous ambition, not THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE these lands are in the central at night ,
because" he coveted the Presidential honors C

less, but because he loved his country more. peninsular portion of the State, and Q
The ominous and exciting crisis he then [
encountered was one of those supreme moments within fifteen miles of Railroads in
of and
when all the powers genius
the supports of hope give way, and man successful operation, traversing a territory -
sinks in helpless despair only to be lifted up :
by the inspiration of patriotism. This fair which is being more rapidly if l:

and magnanimous estimate of his motives v
settled and than other
and conduct is so intelligibly unmistakably developed any :
correct that the wayfaring man J
of the State.
must be a simpleton, beyond the ordinary part tI 4 KENDALiS South side Centre St., near the Depot.
marks of folly, who errs in his appreciationof The fertility of the soil and accessibility : GE :
it. What a manifestation, then, of patri- -Lv AV1NGURE ; FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE. AND
otic forbearance What integrity of purpose to the largest and best markets MADE TO ORDER.
And I may add what an exhibitionof
confidence in judgment and esteemof make these lands particularly desira- THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY 1J&!"" All work warranted. ,
the American people! All men are in a discovered, as it is: certain in its

state of trial and the issue an alternative ble for the cultivation of fruits and effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
determined by the wise or unwise conductof BELOW. DOW'SJAMAICA

the actors. The test of the issue is an early vegetables for shipment. For -

investigation by thoughtful men ; and when Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS GINGER CORDIALIS
Mr. Tilden is thus tried there will be an large and immediate profits there is .

appropriate verdict of reward by the peo- N. Y., January 30, 1882. NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
ple. Indeed, they have already'wisE'h' re- no industry in Florida equal to the Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: but contains all the medicinal properties -

newed their purpose of reflecting to the GENTS-Having used a good deal of your of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
Presidency this incorruptible champion of raising of early vegetables for Northern Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I is very pleasant to take, and 1

their rights; whose eye is yet undimmedand markets. thought I would let you know what it has
whose masterly intellectual force is REAL ESTATE. done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,

rather ripened by experience than abated colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
For new descriptive circular COLDS CHILLS CRAMP COLIC,
by age; who proposes and promulgates today THE FLORIDA When I was breaking him he kicked over
the exact principles formulated by Jefferson address the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his DIARRHOZA, DYSENTERY,
and maintained by Madison, )Monroe IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
and Jackson. TOWN CHAS. W. LEWIS, farriers. but they all said he was spoiled.He PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels;.

The and of Mr. Tildenare had large and I
temper a very thorough-pin,
Land Commissioner and MALARIA by warming and stimulating --
marked rather with the severe attributes used two bottles of your Kendall's SpavinCure
Fernandina, the Stomach and Bowels into
of the Roman character than with the flex- Fernandina Fla. and it took the bunch entirely off, and action. Sold a healthy
ible purpose of the softer-tempered Greek. he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have by
Towns on R. R. Line. PALMER BRO'S
His devotion to Democratic doctrines has, Or Ocala, Florida. 38 used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit ,
Centre Street Fernandina Fla.
therefore been life-long and invariable. In has always cured completely and left the ,
sunshine and in storm, in evil and good re- And Cedar Key.'. ., I leg smooth.It Jj:3r Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA

ports, he has been a faithful sentinel on the '. ', v is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. GINGER ALE, the only Ginger! Ale made-
watchtowers of the Constitution, guardingwith I have recommended it to a good many, and without peppei. 22
a jealous eye the political rights of all a they all say it does the work. I was in With-

sections of the Union. Above all has he Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large erington &Kneeland'sdrug store.in Adams, obtained for new inventionsor "-
been the able and unfaltering friend of the -'.' the other day, and saw a very fine picture PATENTS for improvements in old
Smith. Then what reason for humiliation, number of the most eligible and desirable you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could ones. Caveats Infringements, Trade-Mark-
what cause for shame and confusion of face not; they said if I would write to you that and all patent business promptly attended

to those among us who have smitten his Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for you would send me one. I wish you would, to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
reputation with ingratitude. Verily there : .,Ii' and I will do you all the good I can. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented
is a sword keener than the executioner's City or Suburban Residences, Very respectfully. E. S.'LYMAN.Kendall's by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-

ae; it is the envenomed tongue of defa- -"" ',- ent Office and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
mation in the mouth of him who is uncalculating NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure parents ..
UPON EASY TERMS. :: { .,\, ;" : f..
and unwise. Spavin Cure.ON in less time than those who are remote
If we hope to see a Democratic President from Washington.When .

miSS", our candidate must be a man whose .'' ,. HUMAN FLK8II.VEVAT Inventors send model or sketch,
record shows his honesty and his faith to Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to .... ..' we make search in the Patent Office, ami
IND., August 12, 1881.
have been lifelong and able and consistentadvocate advise to its
,J as patentability free of chary
Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.
of Democratic principles. He parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- h _. : : Correspondence confidential; fees reason-
GENTS of circulars received
-Sample to-
must be of executive .
a possessed ': I able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT-

ability ; one not only capable of seeing anddcnsmg rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- '.<. I .', ...... ':.' ., .o j' day.printed Please on one send side me some only.with The my Kendall's imprint, ENT IS OBTAINED. .
but of into practice the We refer
carrying by permission to City Post-
-.. ,- Cure is in excellent demand with
remedies eradicate substantial :: ._' ;L' Spavin us,
needed to governmentalabuses erty purchased improvementsfor master, and to the Superintendent the
and for animals but for human
not only
and corruptions-a man of the stern- '. ... .. .- Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris of the
est scruples, the most inflexible courage, the residence, or in which to conduct their i' "* ', [.,if It*,' leading farmers in our county,,sprained an ington. For special references circular,ser-

purest heart the shrewdest judgment.Let >';"-11 ',' ., .",,l f. :: '. .'. ankle badly, and knowing the value of the vice, terms, etc., addressC.
me repeat, that the Democratic party business. "f V.sr ; for horses tried it himself and it A. SNOW & CO.,
I has : '> :._ remedy on ,
just such a man. His honored name : Opp.Patent Oflfi rp. Wash ton. J\n. 2t
did far better than he had cured
carries with it the prestige of victory, having INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS i'r;:, expected;
( the in short order.
never been defeated when a candidatefor I .. .. ,' sprain. very
: McCartney Hedge Rose! Plants.
Yours 0. THIEBAND.Price !
the suffrages of the people. His peerless by exemption for a term of years from : .. respectfully, C.
reputation as a party teacher is acknowledged '" > $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All J HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDA-GROWN
and dreaded by his adversaries; his I taxation, offered by ,the several cities and '. druggists have it or can get it for you or it X Plants for sale at this place. Price $2.50

Personal' : popularity is national and should will be sent to any address on receipt of per 100; $20.00 per 1000.

ie be the' nominee u year hence, not only towns. Apply to ." price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KENDALL ALSO, UMBRELLA TREES ;
will he lead a solid party, but a party CHAS. W. LEWIS :.2 'J", .;:. -' ; & CO.. Enoshurgh Falls, Vt. M. O'NEILL.

thused by the prospect of certain en-I Fernandina. .. : Send for Illustrated Circnlar. Fairbanks Florida Transit R. R.'
>H<) member of which but would be able Beh & 7th sts.
Office Sold by all Druggists. Refer to C. D. Furman! Fairbanks, Fla.


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: THE FLORIDA :MIRROR.r ,I i The. weather is crisp and, cool, inviting exercise -. WASHINGTON. I of wealth in a number of States within the Legion of Honor.

i and enjoyment. The winter will soon last four years : Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922: A. L. of

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ,?, 188S. I strip off this beautiful foliage, and deprive To the Editor of the Mirror: -1879- ---' H., meets the second and fourth Friday
State. A essmt.'nt.Tax Rate. nights in every month, at 8 o'clock.
I the mountains of their beauty. Then Florida : WASHINGTON, D. C., October 27. Alabama.................117.486,581 7 WTHEOSTA BUCK, Commander

BARGE TRANSPORTATION CON- comes into view as'a pleasant change or i Talking with a prominent Southern man Arkansas................ 86,892.541 61 w> J. WOODWARD, Secretary.
: I I Florida ........._........ 29.471,618 7
SIDERED.The prolongation of the autumnal season. the other night, your correspondent learned Georgia .................235,650,530 5

subject of transportation by water Twenty-four hours transfer the traveler some facts about the general situation of Kentucky............... 318,037,875 4J

routes is of interest and Louisiana............... 158.587,195 6
very great impor- from the mountain plateau of Tennessee to
political affairs, from a Democratic standpoint Mississippi............. 196.504.703 3*
tance to the people of Florida. We have the seaboard. Entering Savannah we see a North Carolina........ 156,000,000 2 2-5

crops and products to be transported, in great pillar smoke and flame ascending to which are not generally known. The South Carolina........ 132.237,986 63

Tennessee.............. 223.211,345 1
Southern members said his informant
which the question of cost is of material the It is evident that are
sky. a great conflagration Texas.................... 304.470,736 5
i importance.It is in progress. Crowds of spectatorslook not of the same class that predominated in Virginia................. 315,576,822 6

seems to be generally supposed that on helplessly arid uselessly,while hun the House seven or eight years ago. It was tcyrROYA4
TotaL............$2,184,227.547 5 1-12 fawb;
water transportation has. been virtually superseded dreds of houses are overwhelmed by the then said that the Southern brigadier generals 1883- .

by railway transportation. This is destroying element. The surrounding streetsare controlled Congress, and sentimentwas State. Assessment. Tax Rate.

'very far from being the case unless the dis- blocked with furniture hastily removed Alabama................$155,000,000 6J
worked up to fire the Northern heart Arkansas............... 128,000,000 7
tance by railway is more than one-third less and piled up in confusion on the sidewalks. Florida .................. 56,000OoO 5
against the rebels by the Republicans. But
than by water. It is admitted, as a general Pianos, mirrors, old tins, wretched looking Georgia .................. 325,000,000 2! ; aAi

rule that be carried the members of this Congress from the Kentucky............... 374.654,979 43 i :
freights can three miles worn-out chairs and bedsteads the most
Louisiana............... 201,790,723 6
I by water at a less cost than one mile by rail. non-descriptive lot of household stuff ever South are largely composed of new and Mississippi............ 132000.000 2!

Upon the Northern lakes the cost of freightis seen collected in one mass. younger men men who were children North Carolina........ 200,000,000 24-5
South Carolina........ 230000.000 5
estimated at two mills per ton per mile for The fire, which originated in a great cotton when the war was begun, and who took no Tennessee.............. 252,589,873 2

one thousand miles, and it is claimed by a warehouse, soon put the firemen and their active part in it. There are a few of the old Texas..................... 538.000,000 '3

Virginia.................332.000,000 2
leading forwarder at Oswego, N. Y., that it efforts at hopeless defiance. There, seemedto members-for it is a noticeable fact about ,- -

can be done by barges of 1,000 tons burthen, be no head, no order, no system or dis Southern districts that they return the same Total..............$2,824,934,575 4! 4KIJ4G

towed by a steam barge of the same burthen cipline. Drays, moving furniture, ran over A comparison of totals shows an increased
men to Congress oftener than is the case in assessment since the data of the census of
and sufficient power to tow one barge, at the hose pipes and destroyed them ; the
the North-but for the most part they have 1880 was made up of 640707.028, or an
$1.10 per ton-full cargoes each way. steam-fire engines seemed to accomplish average increase of$160.176.757 per year. If

The authority is in admirable yielded the control of political affairs to the the comparison had been made with the as-
same quoted an nothing; a vast mass of idle spectators with .*.
sessment of 1876 when the Southern States
address delivered before the Fernan- hands in their younger men.
pockets, wereonly discussingwhen first secured control of their own govern-

.' dina Chamber of Commerce in 1880, by a and where the fire would stop. "What will be the effect of this change of ments, the showing would have been even

gentleman whose views are entitled to the The electric lights paled before the great leaders, do you think?" A very material more when striking it is stated; but that enough the increased is indicated assessment Pure.

highest respect, as follows: conflagration, until the works which fur- difference. In the first place, the war pre- of 1883 over 1882 is $25.1.000OOO-near-
judices cannot be-made to serve the purposesof the value of the entire cotton The
*The practicability of using steam bargesfor nished them power also fell victims to the crop. THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel
the Republicans-a political fact which growth Southern railroads is significant, purity strength and wholesomeness.
carrying freights and towing other barges flames. been
robs them of all the capital which ,they have fully $300,000,000 having put the More economical than the ordinary kinds:
has been settled long since, both on our riv- construction of new lines. During the past
During the evening the families whose had for They cannot win a i and cannot be sold in competition with the
many years.
four Arkansas Florida Louisiana and
ers and lakes so that a large portion of our years multitude of low test, short weight, alum or
homes had been destroyed:; crowded along
Presidential campaign on any issue that Texas have doubled their mileage. How
tonnage now being built on the lakes is of phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
the sidewalks by their little heaps of goods, does not have the war as its basis; at least large has been the increase in other States ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
that class. I see no good reason why the the following table will show :
helpless homeless and dazed by the sudden they have not been able to do it. Now, 38 106 Wall Street, New York.
business of all the lower Mississippi river Mileage MileageOct.
which had overtaken them. these young men coming up as members of -
ports, and the Gulf of Mexico from the calamity ., 1883. Jan., 1879.
I i mouth of said river to Cedar shouldnot For awhile it seemed that the whole city Congress from the South have the issues of Alabama.................. 2,095 1,832 ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

Key. the future before them, not the past. They Arkansas.............._. 1,574 783 Fernaiulina, Fla.THIS .
be done by a line, of steam barges ; in was menaced, and word was sent to neigh. Florida .................... 1,038 487
come here on a new basis. The great need
fact, I do not know of a more practicableroute boring cities for help, but after night the Georgia................... 2,912 2,445 INSTITUTION UNDER THE

in this country or of one that offers further seemed checked for want of of the South, as they see it, is business ad- Kentucky.......... ...... 2.000 1,528 of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH

progress vancement, and they come to Congress not Lousiana.................. 1,140 466 is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest .
more promise a good return for the in vestment material to feed upon. West Broad street as the representatives of a past war sentiment Mississippi: .............. 1,762 1,126 portions of Florida.

of capital. I have been over the route made a barrier on one side and the canal on but the advocates for the material North Carolina......... 1,600 1,435 The building, which was erected especially
several times and the feasibility of using as South Carolina......... 1,517 1.419 for a Boarding School is large and airy.
the other, and the fire was checked. Then advancement of their section in all its pres- Tennessee ............... 2,01:* 1,665 The Course of Instruction is thorough and

steam barges suggested itself to my mind the military formed a line, for what purposewas ent interests ; in other words, the South has Texas ............ ......... 5.760 2,428 solid comprising, both in English and

long before I had the pleasure of making Virginia.................. 2,560 1,646 French all the branches of a good educa-
not very clear. The fire had raged for learned that by fostering industries throughthe
your acquaintance." tion. Board Tuition, Washing Bed and

eight hours, and Yamacraw was swallowedup. agency of capital is to give power inter- Total.................... 26.049 17,260 Bedding. per quarter, $40.50.1usic Les-

It appears, therefore, to be the opinion of Poor people for the most part made est and occupation to its people and impulseto It may be added that the increase of 8,789 sons, with use of Instrument. $12.00.

very experienced and sensible men that all its social and domestic machinery.Now miles here shown is one-fourth of the increase Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy
homeless and therefore more helpless
Work taught without additional charge.
barges can be used on the Gulf of Mexicofor there is a peculiar fact in this connec- for the whole Union. After the At-
deserving of sympathy. Such calamities always lanta Exposition followed a period of rapid Payments required: in advance.
the transportation of grain and Western threaten American towns and we tion which may have attracted your atten- development of the cotton manufacturing Schools will reopen October 1st. 1883.
our ,
products. TLis view is also sustained, as tion. In the coming organization of the interests of the South. The record of pro- For further particulars, apply to the Acad-
are never prepared to meet them. shows increase of 60 emy. 42
by this further statement which House of Representatives, the best informeddo gress subjoined an over
appears we The south-bound trains are full of peopleen not pretend to how the Southern I per cent. in barely three years :
find in the address above alluded to: say 1880.-- > LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.AN
route for Florida. The name of Florida .
members are going to vote. The Courier- Mills.} Spindles. Looms.

"The practicability of the plan is attestedby stands out prominently in all the posters of Journal which assumes to be, the organ of Alabama......... .. 15 55,072 1,060

one of the most experienced and reliable the railway lines. All roads seem to lead to the Southern Democracy, gives 37 Southern Georgia .............. 44 200,974 4,713 ORDINANCETo
navigators of the Gulf and its tributary North Carolina... 50 102.767 1,960 Provide a Fire Department for the City of
Florida, and it would appear that we were members as noncommittal on the vote for
South Carolina... 19 92.788 1,776
waters whose will
be decisive with
Ferwwd inu.BE .
Speaker of the House and this is in face of
to have a very large influx of people from ; -
those who know him. I allude to Captain the fact that their own candidate Carlisle, Total............ 128 451,601 9,509 IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR
will be
all of the They gladly -
Samuel J. Whitesides. His letter, which I parts country. is not only popular but is acknowledged to ":"' --1883. -- Council of the City of Fernandina :
will read to you, is interesting. After giving I welcomed. There is room for all who desire Mills. Spindles. Looms. SECTION: 1. That a Fire Department shall

important facts of his he to come. F. be without a peer among recent statesmenof Alabama............ 20 90,000 2,000 be organized by the Council for the City of
knowledge, the South. You know how warmly they Georgia.............. 50 300,000 6,000 Fernandina, and shall consist of as much
concludes as follows : ------ --- -- ---- force and such otlicers as the Council shall
have always supported a man from their North Carolina.... 54 156,030 2,856
I have been connected with steamboatsfor A COLORED orator at a public meeting at own section ; but now they are non-com South Carolina... 26 180.701 4.120 specify. There shall be one Chief and a
First and Second Asn'stant, to be elected by
the --
past twenty years and believe it is New Haven demanded that his race should mittal. This is simply and solely because the Council and to hold office for the term
Total............... 150 826,731 14,978
practicable to load barges and lightdraftboats cease to think and vote as a race, but as individuals .business matters at last take the precedence With regard to these mill an assertion; of one year, or until their successors are
at any point on the Western rivers elected ; said officer to be elected at the
of political feeling Southern men. be made which will to few
and in accordance with personal among may apply or
first &*" meeting of Council in November
and tow the Cedar regu -
barges! Key or any of of their competitors in the Eastern
Carlisle represents one side of the free trade none
He said "The times have in each
the ports of the Gulf on the Florida ''coast, : States namely, that they not only pay, but year.
question, Randall the other ; to make a SEC. 2. The Fire Department shall he under -
without transfer of cargo and with entire changed. The 'negro has changed a little, choice between these two is to commit pay vested.from 15 to 20 per cent. on the capital in- the control of the City Council and the

safety.' the Republican party has changed more, Council shall have general l superintendenceof
themselves to some line of policy. They do
Notice. all property belonging; to said Depart
and the Democratic party most of all. Post-Office
If these gentlemen are correct-and those not propose to do this. The South will ment.
familiar While the speaker assumed to ask for noth- Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 p. )1. Sec. 3. The Chief Engineer shall have
the boisterous character of the make its votes and power felt for the candi- su-
Sunday hours, 10:30: A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
Northern lakes as compared with, the Gulf ing more from the colored people of the date who will aid its material prospects. Money Orders and Registered Letters from preme command of the Fire Department at
all fires: and in his absence the assistants in
of Mexico will, we think, concur in their United States than political independence of Who, in your opinion, will be the Dem- 9:00: A. M. to 1:00 P. )1.; and from 2:00 p. M the order named.

views-we the thought and act, his real demand was that ocratic Presidential candidates, and whatare to 4:00: P. M.ARRIVAL SEC. 4. That it shall not be lawful for an
see no reason why system of
they should cease to be Republicans be- their chances ?" the writer ventured to AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. organization of firemen to have anything to
barge transportation could not be at any Northern Jlail (Daily except Sunday-) do, or be connected with the Fire Dcpait-
time inaugurated on the Gulf. The difficulty come Democrats. All of this recent political Arrives................ 5:50 P. M. and 6:05 p. M. ment of the City of Fernandinu without the

which uprising by colored leaders against the Re- "It is rather early yet but still there are Closes.................... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30 A. )[. consent of Council.
was formerly in the from
way, SEC. 5. No to the department
combinations being made, without doubt. apparatus belonging -
Transit & Peninsular RailrQad-
which into life
publican party, came grewto
the insufficiency of water in the upper Mississippi shall be assigned; to any privateuse
be strong and great upon the single prin- Tilden is working in his politic way to con- Arrives.....................................' 5:50 p. M. without the written consent of the Chief

is now being removed, and it will of the colored of this trol the nomination, and I think he will Closes ......................................... 7:30 A. M. and the approval of the chairman of the
ciple freeing people
soon be practicable for barges to descend the put Cleveland forward as his man. In the Jacksonville South and West Florida Committee on :Fire Department.SEC. .

Mississippi and reach the Gulf ports; so country from the bonds of slavery, and West the McDonald men are quietly confi- Arrives................... 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. M. 6. The different companies shall

which did free them, is the result of what Closes .................... 9:30 A. }1. and 5:30 p. :\t. choose their own officers and manage their
dent. He is but not well
that if a barge canal were constructed across a strong man, so
Arrives Sunday...... 10:25 A. M. own internal affairs.
Florida from St. Marks or Deadman's Bay, they call the neglect of the Republican partyto known in the East. I think he will get the Closes Sunday........ 4:00 p. M. SEC. 7. That in case of any disagreement

the system could be at once inaugurated, recognize them politically. The chargeis second place on the Democratic ticket, not St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mail- between a fire company and the Chief or

not well founded. The Republican party the first. New York is the principal State." Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. other officer of the Department, the same
without its being necessary to make the con- shall, after the be referred to the
M Closes and at 8:00
has done all that it should have done for Does Hancock stand any show? Mondays Thursdays A. M.
nections along the Gulf coast between the Council, who shall decide the matter in con-
them and it is questionable if it did not do "Not the least. The Democrats are done St. Mary's and Dungeness- troversy.
and Arrives and at 8:00
St. Marks. Mondays Thursdays A.
Mississippi with soldier candidates they will avoid SEC. 8. That the Chief Engineer shall han'power
The of bal" e'canal too much for those of the South, whom it Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. to suspend at time memberof
advantage a through any any
that issue hereafter. But I would not be Wedn's'daysandSat'days at 9:00 A.l\I.
had manumitted, when it endowed them the Fire Department or any company for
Florida will be to all. It would
apparent surprised to see them take up some energeticNew Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, any act calculated to cause a disturbance or
bring not only a large part of the commerceof with the right of suffrage. It would have Yorker, with a good business record, Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M. bring disgrace upon the Department until

the Mississippi valley to our Atlantic been no injury to the! colored people if the and make him their leader. Cleveland was SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. such time as he can bring the case before

ports, but would afford cheap transportationby country had withheld that right from them brought into prominence a little too early, Masonic. Council SEC. 9.for All investigation.repairs to apparatus shall be I

steam tows for our lumber, naval stores, until they were better able to appreciate its or he ,would be just the man, and I do not Regular communications Amelia LodgeNo. done under the direction of the Committee

fruit, etc., from the Gulf to the Atlantic. It value and to use it more intelligently. What know but what he is anyway. Tilden's ad- 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 : on Fire Department. .
vice will far in the selection of 22. 16. SEC. 10. Any company desiring to join the
the colored want at least what go very a January July
would reclaim large, bodies of heavily tim- people or, candidate." February 19. < August 13. Fire Department shall apply in writing

bered lands, which would thus be rendered those who were represented in the Louis- March 19. September 10. through its proper officers to Council stating -
the number of members its officers etc.:
ville Convention and by the New Haven April 16. October 15.
suitable for cultivation, and would distribute
THE GROWTH OF THE SOUTH. May 21. November 12. such application to be indorsed by the Chair-

annually large sums of money in the State. speaker want, is public office. The Repub- The New Orleans Times-Democrat of Octo- June 18. December 10. man of the Committee on Fire Department.SEC. .

We make no comparison with other channels lican party has, already given them even ber 20 contains a carefully prepared and full December 27. 11. Each company shall adopt some
uniform or badge to be worn when on duty.
of transportation,but the views we have that in some cases when it found them fit review of the social, political and industrial invited At 7:30 to p.attend.m. Visiting brethren fraternally which uniform or badge shall be reported to

presented are well worthy of consideration for it, but it has not given it them as reck- condition of the South to-day, forming, by J. E. WANDELL, W. M, and approved by Council. The Council shall

as being of particular interest to our own lessly as it gave them the suffrage. The reason of the ample data presented and the C. H. BERG Secretary. also by the adopt Chief a uniform and Assistants or badge when to on be duty.worn

State. Democrats having long refused to recognize late date to which they refer,a valuable sup- SEC. 12. The Chief shall,.with the approvalof
Nassau No. 23 R. A. M. holds its
'. them human but plement to the census of 18SO. It is well ,Chapter Council make such further rules and reg-
even as beings, as mere regular convocations on the Thursday following -
EDITORIAL' CORRESPONDENCE. known that the movement which has ulations for the government of the depart-
great each regular communication of Ame-
chattels, has recently discovered their value ment as he deem
so completely altered the condition of the lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. may necessary.
as voting mediums, and ,they have been giv- Transient companions fraternally invitedto Passed first reading October 3, 1883.
in its industrial]
South-especially aspects Passed second reading October 17,1883.
the colored offices with the effectof attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P.
ing people, and
Passed third October
had little more than begun when the last reading 17,1883,
working a change in their political senti- adopted.
census was taken, so that as an expose of
ments. The better and more intelligentmen the present state of affairs in that section, Knights of Honor. President of Council.
The the mountain sides is
foliage on now
i :. among them are not likely, however, the record of 1880 is necessarily misleading.We Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H., Attest:

r beautiful beyond description. The golden to desert the party that gave them freedom, are indebted to that paper for the following meets the, first and third Tuesday nights in W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.

'" yellow, the bright red, the russet brown, all citizenship and equal rights under the law. figures, which bring the record downto every month, at 8 o'clock. Approved : SUHRER.
G. N. SAUSSY Dictator. F. C.
j mingle in sweet harmony of form and color. Philadelphia Inquirer: October 18th. date,and show an almost startling growth W. J. WOODWARD, Reporter. 47 ", ,- Acting Mayor.

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ORDINANCE) LLJ I FURNITURE .,. '. .,..'.,",'."" :;.".7:_: -, "fc.,.., '..l"i' J & rr :KYOOINVITE :
providing for the Issue of Scrip to Defray the >[ ,,;c.p"--: ''11.:..S > _

Expense of Purchasing Fire Apparatus. ', ". -s, .a''!
." '
IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR n -1 ._'zr 'j ....-:..".._ .'.1':1. : "d, 't'_.'"j. <. THE ATTENTION OF THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSTO

BE Council of the City of Fernandina: I-J.... JUST RECEIVED THIS .' '" THEIR
SECTION 1. That for the purpose of raising a new la} of :" !.'-;.

fund: for the purchase and care of lire appa- .:.., k I A. .. .. .' ::. .
"l" New
the the issue of intere&t-bear- S ., I Fall Goods Now
for city,
ratus Chamber Suits, ...: "' \" Opening S
.. :< : ._ !
jjijT crip to an amount not exceeding two ::J \ _. x i i"i"t!" .,. -J"';;.:.: ': ,r ,
thousand dollars be,and the same. is hereby, Parlor Suits : 1 ..
..i : ;
authorized. ; r:''r ::'.%. >t: :' AND RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.
SEC. 2. Said scrip shall bear eight percent. Tables, Lounges, ,.;J ..., .. ..' ':h!*.,.

for per taxes annum fur interest the years, and 1884 shall and be 1885 receivable in the I- Rockers, Chairs, ,::: 'f!: ?';,',. ;-; W: Novelties in Silks, .. ,:

following proportion: one thousand dollarsfor ,.,,'"t.,.. ,. ,.1'.1.:1f.o.. ..,. } ",.. <..:.. ,
taxes of 1884, and one thousand dollars, Wardrobes, Dress Goods Velveteens "
{ .
; : t : ,
or such part thereof as may be issued, for .: ;/ : I'

taxes of 1885; bnt the Council reserves the :Bedsteads, .. ". .-t .. "" .. I ," .
right to redeem said scrip at such previoustime '":'t. '.:?:'.) 1 Cashmeres, Prints, i
as they may deem expedient,after having Springs, Mattresses, S \ ,x '

advertised for the space of thirty days in i' :...< .,' :::r .r : .. ". Cambrics etc. etc.
some newspaper publication in the City of Pillows, etc., etc. .> '1' ..--" '"f, > : > .." ,
Fernandina such order for redemption and n-l f :;u: .1. : .:._' q '

interest on said scrip shall, cease after the .. .
: .
expiration of the said thirty days. I-L.. CALL AND EXAMINE. .'......," I AT I< OW PBIUES.--! '

SEC. 3. The said scrip shall be signed by '.. .. "' .< ,
the Mayor, President of Council, and City (t.-t, w.
Clerk, and shall bear the seal pf.the city. :::J FRED W. HOYT !s CO. i'r-' :'f:,"'. .

The form of said scrip shall be determinedupon .. '_ -' House-Keeping Dry Goods .
by Council, .'. : rr.ai ,
SEC 4. Said scrip shall be issued by the :\ Ji 0 A' FULL ASSORTMENT.

Committee on Fire Department. in such LL. FURNITUREIGROOERIES ,,
sums as may be applied for. Blankets and Comfortables ;
SEC. 5. The Committee on Fire Depart'meat .
shall report to each meeting of Council -v OF ALL GRADES. ,
the amount of scrip issued the precedingweek

to whom issued,, the date etc., and AND PROVISIONS. #&- Special atttention is called
Florida Lands.The [Tinn
:said Council.report shall be spread upon the minutesof to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of Gents' rlllC Clothl-ng,

SEC.6. Each piece of scrip shall designatethe elegant cut and mannCactnre.Gents' .
year for which it is receivable for taxes. WB tB AtB AND TAILI.
received for said Goods
sic. 7. The funds scrip Furnishing all the new styles.
a ,
shall be deposited with the Treasurer to the -
credit of the Fire Department Fund, and PHP Peninsular I--
shall be paid out upon warrants i issued in o A Full line of Ladies' and Gents' Underwear
accordance with the rules of Council. o AT LOW PRCES. ,
Passed first reading October 10. 1883. C? AND
Passed second reading October 10. 1883. j
Passed third reading, and adopted, Octo- ; >1J6r"\Ve are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

ber 10, 1883. ---1Tl'opical] Floridai York Clothiers. Suits made order
FRED W.. HOYT, leading to and fit guaranteed.

President pro tern, of Council. A. B. NOTES, 1, 'V'.
[SEAL] WM. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. cSQQ J & KYDD
Approved: == ,
F. C. SUHRER et j
46 "
Family Supplies, cH ,

: of the public schools will 1leaseobserve O 7 .
: the following act of the Legislatureand \ AND NEW YORK.THE .

action of the fi'iard of Public Instruction H "SHIP STORES- t fto MARION ..
of Nassau and themselves
county, govern
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CIUPTER :3446-No. 34. Furniture, W &ivHERNANDO

An Act Requiring Uniformity of Text,Books 55tf
in the Public Schools of this State. Stoves, ;

The People nf the State of Florida, represented ts= :'P.T'trIIiK- c = :
in Senate and Assembly, do enact na ful- Paints, .: -f
Sum: SECTION 1. Oa the first Monday in AT PRICES FROM
May, 1833, the Boards of Public Instructionof O Crockery. y
the several counties that .. '
have not provided r.n _
for uniformity of text books in the VI Hardware, -: F=z per!3.3z V:
public schools, meet and adopt a series of $1.25 to $10 per Acre.. 'k* .
text books, and from and after that date the 1Villow-'Varc.r 8 r"
use of such books as may be adopted, or of P -
inch as have been adopted previous to the H = -
passage of this act, shall be obligatory upon O All these lands are in the central -'
the trustees and teachers of the several counties -. ='
; and said adoptions shall be in full -' :: peninsular portion of the State, and -
force in said counties for a period of not less O FINE STEAMSHIPS-
within fifteen miles of Railroads in
than five years. M CITY OF SAN iNTONIO 1.x80 TONS.
SEC. 2. Any teacher refusing to use the JHO successful OF TEXA8, .
text books adopted by the Board of Public y operation, traversing a territory STATE 1,543 TONS.CARONDELET .
Instruction of the which he she I 1,508 TONS.
county or
is teaching shall not be entitled to any com-
pensation. for his or her services as suchfl'acher. settled and developed than. any other

Approved March 1, 1883. part of the State. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK
In obedience to the above law the Boardof C. H. HUOT
Public Instruction of this county, after The fertility of the soil and accessibility -
consultation with the principal teachers, of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
adopted 1 the following text books: -DEALER IN- .to the largest and best ,markets ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-

Robinson's Arithmetic. =i I''::- sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
New Graded American make these lands desira-
Educational Rt.'ac1crSwinton's : particularly This Line, having no Transfer between Fernandina and New
Seven American Classics. OHANDLERY
Seven English Classics and Natural Book -. -.- .. ble for the cultivation of fruits and York offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
-- FRUITS, VEGETABLES and others.
Swinton's School early vegetables! for shipment. For The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
Geography.Webster's Groceries, Hardware, PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
Dictionary. connections at FEKNAXDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
Well's Shorter Course in Grammar.l'iwinton's large and immediate profits there is
DRY GOODS BOOTS ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
t'.Uhcart's Speller.Reader.Hart's AND no industry in Florida equal to the JOHNS, OCKLAWAIIA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT '
pupils. English Grammar for advanced Second Street, raising of early vegetables for Northern PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
:Speiicerian\ Copy Books markets.
Arrangements have been made by the vie FERNANDINA, FLA. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

!!ward with the publishers.. Messrs. Ivison. For new and descriptive circular, freight, passage rates and schedules, or further information, apply to ,
l lakeinan, Taylor & Co., of New York, -
through llobt. E. Park general agent, Ma- FERNANDINA address R. W. SOUTIUVICK, Agent,

'nn Ga.. to furnish these books at introductory CHAS. W. LEWIS FERNANDINA FLORIDA. '
and exchange: prices for the space of C. H. MALLORY & CO.,

!Oit1et The books' eniugof at Fernandina the schools., [STEAM'] {[SAW'MILL.] [ :] Land Commissioner, Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

Brandy: Branch #,-,* *v_,# *,_,*
Callahan and : Fernandina
King's Ferry, Fla.,
and' the introductory and exchange priceswill Or Ocala Florida. 38 GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC.
be published or furnished by the und C. H. KUOT, PROPRIETOR,
r"i Igutrl.

The teachers in this county are required .. '. Ii. E DOTTERER
tll use these books, and the pupils are re'lIfClI TTAS constantly on (handLumber ., ".: ,,, t i J S
(! to have them. ". >
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By order of the Board of Public Instruc- Ji!"" by Cargoes. J\ ." .-." ", .h''j INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OFf
tiol1. .
County Superintendent : '
Office on Second Street. vie' t ;" C
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I AB. NOYES. :l'C'fl; .::- ';: "L .' I If

OF THE SOUTH (Successor to W. A. SAXBOBN), ... ,, ..' '. .d --- +-
". '' -'," I j. ->-: ,;' 1
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
upon the Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet 5 NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF ;
a 'ove the .
sea-level. This School, under theN ..s": .jr r' 'jI : :-. ,<.::
11l'<'ial patronage of the Bishops of the Protestant CHOICE WISES HAY : : ,' .
AND LIQUORS, ,GRAIN, -'. ::1.k.jo{' } .
Episcopal Church in the South and '_. ::1::':'<11:,. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .
S4puthwest. offers the healthiest residence Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near >:. f'! .

and the best advantages, both moral and Steamboat Landing, .
in 'j'
'' its Grammar School and its FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. .

For'iHegiate the and Theological Departments. Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. : ': .r,X >i.Y J1 f' ::.
special claims of this University for
patronage: apply for documents to the Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in : ..-Vr 7"- .
REV. TELFAIR HODGSON large quantities. ". ',, : ;. ,: ,..
; f. )i < -. '
Vice-Chancellor, Agent Compa .. .
: .
.. best in the world. i' -! / -
':; 41io .:i
AJtentfor B,F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED I i'0.tr (
'ItCiirtncy -; i' FINE TEASOD COFFEESj ;
Hedge Rose Plants. PLOWS. : (;'; "
; .
Local for BANK OF l'.1 J .l, "-.w. r
VILLE. 33 .::7-\,, ,JJo."' .'
Plants ::"
sale at this place. Price $2.50 ,
lr 100; $20.00 per 1000. ; > ".,-.tiit'. : .<. j :, : ; THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.

Nassau Fibre, ,

4 ALSO. UMBRELLA M. O'NEILL.TREES. For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto "'.,. .;' ',. NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer .

else in For sale ; ..,
use. -
anything by
Fairbanks ; "f'jj -
Transit II. R. .
U'ferto C. D. Furman, Fairbanks, Fla. June 24-tf FRED W HOYT & Co. ,,':,". 55 sv., J...>'S Car. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, FLA,


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f AGRICULTURAL' NOTES. Securities have become as staple an articleof is teaching shall not be entitled to any com- Lafayette 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent ofSchools-J.C.Ramsevew
.. \ -- production with us as wheat, cotton nil penvation' his or her services as such in October. Troy.
or hogs. One million dollars' worth a day teacher. County
-J. M. N.
HOG CHOLERA.-An extensive bog raiser of new stocks and bonds is needed in pros- Approved March\ 1,,1883. Spring Term' V Troy. Peacock New
of Illinois,'in a letter to the Farmers' Home the demands of the the above law the Boardof :
to supply In obedience to Collector
perous years
St.John's, 2d Tuesday in March. of Revenue-Newton Sapp
Journal cholera says and that believes he has the never lost is a that hog by he New York Stock Exchange, and its annual Public Instruction of this county, after Clay, 4th Tuesday in March, .' Troy. New
reason transactions are nearly thrice the taxable consultation with the principal teachers, Assessor
and Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. of Taxes-A.S.Ackley. New
lot in artichokes
plants a every year valuation of all the the text books Troy.
personal property in adopted the following : Baker 2d Tuesday April..
leaves ,
them in the ground for the hogs to LEON COUNTY.
United States. One of the things that wouldbe Robinson's Arithmetic.New .
Nassau 3d in
Tuesday April.
for County Judge-Wm. P,
root themselves. Solomon if he American Educational ReaderSwinton's Byrd, Tallahassee
; new'to lived to-day, is the Graded Duval, Tuesday in May. '
FERTILIZING POOR'LAND.-To successful part played by the modern,Exchange in the Seven American Classics. Fall Term- Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee.

as a farmer one must know how to make distribution of the products of labor, and Seven English Classics and Natural Bookof St. John's 2d in Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
fertility grow in poor land, and that. is by the redistribution of wealth. The honest Reading.Swinton's. 4th Tuesday in September. Schools-HenryX..Felkel'
Clay, Tuesday September. Tallahassee.
the use of clover-its leaves absorbing fer- industry that builds up mir greatest fortunesis School Geography.
tilizing matter from the air and its roots raising wheat and pork on the Chicago Webster's Dictionary. Bradford, 1st Tuesday:; in October. Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.

drawing fertilizing matter up in solution Board of Trade, Mining on the San Francisco Well's Shorter Course in Grammar.Swinton's Baker Nassau, 2d 3d Tuesday in in October. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla
from the subsoil the water to be evaporated) Stock, Exchange, building railroads on Wall Word Speller.Cathcart's Tuesday hassee.
the leaves the Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome,
through leaving fertilizing street, sinking oil wells in William street Literary Reader.
matter behind for the enrichment' of the and picking cotton in Hanover square. Hart's English Grammar for advanced FIFTH CIRCUIT. .
land While the text-books of the science of pupils.. Spring Term- LEVY COUNTY.

PLOUGHING FOR SPRING CROPS.-Any time 'exchange are describing in infantile prattlethe Spencerian Copy Books. Sumter, 3d Monday March. oll.ntyJudge-Jno. F. McDonell, Bronson
from now until March when the ground is imaginary trade of pre-historic trout to Arrangements have been made by the Marion, 4th Monday in March. C'lerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.
in order, is better for ploughing for spring pre-Adamite venison between the "first Board with the publishers Messrs. Ivison, Putnam; 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Sheriff -J. S. Parker, Bronson.

crops than later, for the following reasons: hunter" and the "first fishermanthe; industry Blakeman, Taylor & Co., of New York, :March. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson
It puts the farmer ahead with his work; his of the cotton, plantation, the oil field through Robt. E. Park, l'neral'agent, Ma- Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in. Collector of Rez.'enue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar

v teams can stand tnore'work than in Aprilor and ,the farm is being overlaid, by an apparatus -; con, Ga., to furnish these books introduc- March. Key.
May, and ground( turned i in winter is exposed of Exchanges which will prove an.ex- tory and exchange prices for the space of Alachua, 4th l\1ondayafter4th. Monday' in Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-
to the frosts, wbereby >l is made mel tremely interesting study'to the Ricardo of, ninety days after the opening of the schools. March. hall, Bronson.

low and easier to work;to pay nothing of say, the. twenty-fifth .c. lltur)'., These Exchanges The books can be obtained at Fernandina, Fall Term- MADISON COUNTY.
the insects jt destroys.. are the creameries of the world of Brandy Branch, Callahan and King's Ferry, Sumter, 1st Monday in October. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi

CLEANING UP FENCE.Rows.-Now i is the labor. The prices of,the speculative wheat and the introductory and exchange prices Marion, 3d Monday in October. son.
t time' be and' and the spectral hog, of'the'board' fix those will be published or furnished by the un- Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison.
tQ cleaning resetting
proper fence-rows up of the real wheat and the actual hog of the dersigned.The Levy4th Tuesday in November. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison
the bushes
and your briers, and sowing, grubbing'grass up seed, in their ,field. The negro planter of Georgia who teachers in this county are requiredto Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner,

L'. place, orchard grass being best" for the raises his bale at-d a half must sell it. for use these books, and the pupils are required November. Madison.
< pur what the Cotton it is worth. SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Treasurer. S. Smith
as it is not so liable to be choked'out. Exchange says to have them. Madison.
The man who works in the ground must By order of the Board of Public Instruc- Spring Term- Collector of Rez.'ellue-\I. H. Warring, Mad
EFFECTS OF STIRRING THE SOIL.-The principal take the price fixed for him by the man who tion. L.V.. HIGGINBOTHAM, Orange, 4th Monday in January. ison.'AisCsrr.
effect of stirring the soil is the retention works in the air. County'Superintendent. Volusia, 3d Monday in February. of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad
of moisture. A soil that is covered with No one can understand the "corner" who Brevard 1st Monday in March. ison.

grass evaporates and transpires more water does not comprehend the development and Dade, 3d Monday in April. MANATEE COUNTY._
than does one that is-hard, and a hard soil reach, of the Exchanges of our time. The ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, Fall Term- County Judgi-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.

more than one that is kept tilled, showing', manufacture of prices, like other modern Fernaiulina, Flu.THIS Orange, 2d Monday in August. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.

,, conclusively that through cultivation'alone industries, is being concentrated into vast Volusia, Monday September. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
can we hope to escape the ill effects of a establishments, and these are passing under INSTITUTION' UNDER THE Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown

drouth. the rule of bosses and syndicates. The markets of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, 2d Monday in November. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton,
like the is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest Popash.
political parties, are run by
DOMESTIC RECEIPTS. machine The people are losing the powerof portions 'Florida. County Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
well nominations. The building, which was erected especially Pine Level.
making prices as as
CREAM RICE SOUP Two of chicken for School is and County Judge-Junius C. Gardner. Gaines-
OF quarts The *' Free Breakfast Table' pays tribute to a Boarding large airy. MARION COUNTY.
stock (the water in which fowls have been whether railroad trades- The Course of Instruction is thorough and ville.
boiled will of rice .some clique pool solid both in and Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala.
answer), one teacupful a union match coal combination comprising, English
monopoly, ,
of milk small onion French all the branches of educa Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Clerk-Robert Bullock; Ocala.Sheriff" .
quart cream or a a a good
tariff infant board of trade
pottery or cor-
stalk of celery, salt and pepper to taste. much it. tion. Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- -A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala.
ner, on pretty everything upon
I i J" Wash rice carefully, add to chicken stock, The coffee market of the country has lately Beddinir, per quarter, 4050. Music Les- ville. Assesstor of lares-Thomas Barco, Cotton
onion and celery. Cook slowly two hoursit out of the of sons, with use'of Instrument, $12.00. Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- Plant.
region unorganized
( should hardly bubble) ; put through a gone ply and demand into the hands of a Coffee sup- Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy ville. Ocala.Collecor of Revenue- -Frederick N. Foy,
sieve; add seasoning and the milk or cream, Work taught without additional charge. Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats,
with all the ,
Exchange, improve-
Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin.
which has been allowed to come just to a for A Payments required in advance. I
ments speculation., price factory to Fort
boil. If milk, use a tablespoonful of butter. make the quotations of butter and cheese Schools will reopen October 1st. 1883. BAKER COUNTY. McCoy.

STEWED STEAK WITH OYSTERS.-Two poundsof has recently been established in New York.It For further particulars, apply to the Acad- County Clerk-F.Judge-R.J. Pons D., Sanderson.Davis, Sanderson. County Judge-Chas.MONROE COUNTY.S. Baron, Key West

rump steak, one pint of oysters,one tablespoonful deals in brokers' eggs as well as hens' emy. 42 Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West.

V of lemon juice, three of butter, one eggs, and has all the approved facilities to Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West
of flour salt, pepper, one cupful of water. enable it to count and sell the chickens"that GENERAL DIRECTORY. derson. Assessor of Taxes W alter C. )[n. uncy. jr..
Wash the oysters in the water and strain are not yet hatched out of eggs that are not Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, Key West.
into a stewpan. Put this liquor on to heat. yet laid.-North American Review. United States Officers.LAND Sanderson. Collector of Rez.'enttea1ter C. Maloney.
As soon as it comes to a boil, skim and set
Jr. 'Vest.Superintendent.
OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Key
back. Put the butter in a frying pan, and 1,000,000 Brick for Sale, Regl.8ter-I.I. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Olustee. of Schools--J. V. Harris,Kt\
when hot put in a steak ,Cook ten minutes. West.
Rece 'ver-Jolm F. Rollins Gainesville.
Take up the steak,and stir the flour into the At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick BRADFORD COUNTY.
Martin Talla- J. R. Richard NASSAU COUNTY.
Surveyor-General-Malachi Judqe- Providence.
butter remaining in the pan. Stir until a 2Jx4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON & Co., County ,
dark brown. Add the oyster liquor and boil 46-4m Macon, Ga. hassee. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. County Judge Hintnn J. Baker. Fernan
W. W. Tumblin Starke.
one minute. Season with salt and
pepper. Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Uled.-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
Put back the steak cover the and simmer
pan -
Dissolution of Partnership. 3farskal-J. II. Durkee Jacksonville. Butler. =
Sheriff John A. Ellerniann. Fernandina.
half an hour: then add the oysters and
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes Assessor Tares Wm. H. Garland Fer
of ,
lemon juice. Boil one minute. Serve on al, T>Y MUTUAL CONSENT, THE CO- Santa Fe.Sllperintendent.
hot dish with points of toast for a garnish. I _fj partnership heretofore existing between INTERNAL REVENUE. nandina.
Collector-Dennis Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott. Fer
MINCED l\IEAT.-Four pounds of beef boiled J. H. McGINNIS and W. S. RAWSON is Eagan, Starke. nandina.

tender, one pound of,,suet two, pounds of dissolved. The said McGinnis retires, and COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. BREVARD
said Rawson continues in the business alone. John W. Howell Fernandina. COUNTY. Superintendent nf SclolI W. Iliggin-
currants, one pound of citron cut tine, six County Judge-James A. botham
McCrory Callahan.
pounds of apples, one pound of sugar, the All parties having any claims to settle with Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Point.
the aforesaid firm will them with W. John F. House St. ORANGE COUNTY.
grated rinds of four lemons, and the juice adjust Augustine. Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville.
S. Rawson who has assumed all debts and County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orland
added ; cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg to the ,
Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses Geor-
taste, with cider to moisten them. liabilities of the said partnership.J. State Ofliccrs. Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.
H. McGINNIS gian na. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.
: CIIEAP PUMPKIN PIE. Stew Revenue-A. D. Johnston
Collector Or-
your pump- Assessor Taxes
W. S. RAWSON. of -James M. Owens, Fort
kin and mash through the colander, and for October EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. lando, Orange county.Superintendent Reid, Fla.Collector.
three pies take one pint of milk, half poundof 15,1883. Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. of Schools-A. Grady La of Revenue Richard H. Marks
Lieutenant-Governor W. Bethel
sugar, three tablespoonfuls of flour, spiceto -Livingston Grange. Sanford.
taste. This is an economical but excel- Having purchased the entire stork of Key West. CLAY COUNTS
lent receipt. Horses, Carriages etc., belonging to the late Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Cmmty Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Fort Superintendent Reid. of Schools-John T. Seeks
firm of McGinnis & Rawson, I shall con- lahassee Park.

THE RICE CROP. tinue the business at the old stand, and respectfully Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Probate-B.PUTNAM COUNTY.Harrison
Judge Palatka.
solicit a continuance of the pat- Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle Tallahassee. Springs.

ronage of the customers of the late firm. Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- Sheriff James, W. DeWitt, Green Cove fJ/erk-'V. F. Forward Shall ,'.Palatka.
SOUTII CAROLINA. Fernandina, Fla., October 16, 1883. Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. Assessor Collector of S.Revenue-Joseph E. Timmons. Price.

The indications for a good rice crop in Tallahassee. Public Instruction E. K. Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
Superintendent of -
Germantown district of South Carolina AN ORDINANCETo Maxville. Strickland.
are poor. .The News and Courier, in refer- Foster, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-':\!. F. Geiger, TAYLOR COUNTY.

ence to the crop, says : It is the opinionof Amend an Ordinance etnitled 'An Ordi- djutant-General J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Middleburg. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
a prominent rice dealer that all of the nance to Prevent the Erection of Wooden BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Osteen, Perry.
April and May planting has! been milled Buildings, and to Provide Greater Security Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.

and marketed, and that the June crop-al- Against Fires Approved August 5, 1876.THAT Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.

though a much larger acreage was planted SECTION ONE OF SAID ORDI- Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Perry. I:

than in previous years, on account of the be amended to read as follows: Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers:Lake City. County "easurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.

long freshet during the month of May-will Be it ordained by the City Council of Fer- Building, Jacksonville. Collector of Tn.xes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Surveyor D. N. Cox, Perry.

fall short of the best calculations at least nandina, with the approval of the Mayor, SUPREME COURT. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.

one-half. There are numerous causes why that from and after the approval of this ord- Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Lake City. Assessor of Tares-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .

this crop has been this year a failure : First inance, it shall be unlawful, and against the Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- DUVAL COUNTY. JOHN'S
the freshet in the spring; second, the scarcity of and the County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack-
security propertin Cityof
persons County Judge)!. R. Cooper, St. Augus
of labor; third, the drouth, which caused Fernandina, to build, erect, or construct Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, sonville. tine.
the rivers to become salt and, fourth the Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.
; any wooden buildings, or buildings covered Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St.
depredations of the rice birds. This last the roof with irdn tin Clerk-C. H. Foster Tallahassee. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Augustine.
(except ) corrugated or Sheriff Ramon Hernandez St.
cause has been greater this year than for within that of the southof Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- ,
portion city lying CIRCUIT JUDGES. Assessor of Taxes David L..Dunham. St.
many previous years. So numerous were Broome Street West of Fourth Street, First Circuit--Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- ville.Collector Augustine.
they that a person could kill from twenty- and north of Beach Streets. I. sacola. of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias.
five to fifty dozen day, and then thought Jacksonville.
per All ordinances of ordinances
or parts conflicting Second Circuit David S. Walker Tallahas-
himself idling away his time. I know of with this ordinance Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus-
are hereby re-
Schools-C. F. Perpall
one person, after discharging his gun, to pealed.Passed. see.Third sell Jacksonville. Superintendent of
Circuit E. J. Vann Madison.
St. Augustine.
gather ten dozen birds. To give a clear ideaor HAMILTON COUNTY.
September 12,1883. Fourth Circuit-James l\!. Baker Jackson-
how numerous and how destructive Passed second reading September 27, 1883. ville. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper.
these delicious little pests were, I inquiredof Passed third reading, and adopted, Octo- Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg.
Circuit-Thomas P. Gaines-
one of our most successful planters, and ber 17, 1883. ville.Fifth King, Sheriff James l\!. Duncan, Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
lie replied by saying that he kept an ac- FRED W. HOYT Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
count of the gunpowder used to frighten President tern of Council., Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Collector of Revenue W. H. H. McLeod, Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster.
pro Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke Sanford
them off and, in round numbers, it amounted Attest : Columbia County.Superintendent Collector of Rez.'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton

in value to $500, and that, too, before the W..F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Sumterville.
birds had attacked his field. The field Approved : Court Calendar.FIRST erts, Ancrum. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,

would have yielded him, at least, 42 bushels F. C. SUHRER, CIRCUIT. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sumterville.
per acre, and after he shipped it to the mill 47 Acting Mayor. Fall Term- County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
it turned out 16 bushels. This statement is Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. ville. County Judge-M. :M. Blackburn, Live

trustworthy!] NOTICE TO TEACIIERS. Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Oak.ClerkRobert
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. A. Reid, Live Oak.
PRICE FACTORIES OFFICE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, "IFERNASDINA. in October. Assessor of lares-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.

While only one bushel in seven of the FLA., October 8, 1883.A.LL J Washington, 2d Monday after' 4th Monday vill e. Assessor of Taxes W. H. Sessions, '%el-

wheat crop of the United States is receivedby TEACHERS, TRUSTEES AND in October. Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, born.
the Produce Exchange of New York, its of the public schools will please Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Brooksville. Collector of Rez.'enue-Robert F. Allison,

traders buy and sell two for every one that observe the following act of the Legislatureand October. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Live Oak.
comes out of the ground. When the cotton action of the Board of Public Instruc- Escambia, Monday in December. Fort Dade. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones

plantations of the South yielded less than tion of Nassau county, and govern them- This act amended section 2 of act of February HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Oak.

6,000,000 bales, the crop of the New York selves accordingly : 10, 1879, and does not change the County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
Cotton Exchange was more than 32000000. CHAPTER 3446-No.34. Spring Term. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter

Oil wells are uncertain, but the flow on the THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise.
Petroleum Exchanges of New York, Brad- An Act Requiring Uniformity of Text Booksin Spring Term- Assessor of Taxes-S.E. Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.SheriffW. .

ford and Oil City never hesitates. Pennsyl- the Public Schools of this State. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st 'Monday in Collector of Rezenue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa. A. Cone, Enterprise.
vania does well to run 24,400,000 barrels ina The People of the State of Florida, represented April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter

year, but New York: city will do as muchin in Senate and Assembly do enact as follows Madison, 2d Monday in April. Tampa. prise.
two small rooms in one week, and the : SECTION 1. On the first Monday in Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. JEFFERSON. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan De-

Petroleum Exchanges sold altogether last May, 1883, the Boards of Public Instructionof Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.

year 2,000,000,000 barrels. the several counties that have not pro- in April.Columbia. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshavr.
When the Chicago Board of Trade was vided for uniformity of text books in the 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Enterprise.

founded its members were required to record public schools, meet and adopt a series of in April. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, WAKUULA COUNTY.
their transactions. The dance of specula- text books, and from and after that date the Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Monticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.SheriffW. ,

tion has nowadays grown to be so rapid that use of such books as may be adopted, or of in April. County: Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- H. Walker, Crawfordville. !
no count is kept of the steps. The board such as have been adopted previous to the Fall Term- ticello. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, CrawfordvilIe.

was lately reported to have turned over us passage of this act, shall be obligatory upon Tavlor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of,Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval I,
much wheat in one day as the whole State the trustees and teachers the several coun- October. ticello. Crawfordville.

of Illinois harvests in twelve-month.. Its ties; and said adoptions shall be in full Madison, 2d Monday in October. ,Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wan- County Treasurer.-\V. W. Walker, Craw
speculative hogs outnumber two to one the force in said counties for a period of not less Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. keenah. fordville.

live hogs in the United States, and it is safe than five years. Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Collector oj Revenue--W. H. Walker,Cran-

to say that the board raises (five bushels of SEC. 2. ..\ny teacher refusing to use the in October. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy.Sheriff fordville.
:, grain to-every one that is produced by the text books:>> adopted by the Board of Public Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday in Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds. Craw
farmers of the West. Instruction of the county which he or she I October. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ford ville.LIL .


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Ti LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. In the Justice's Court, Nassau sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,

----- County, Fla.J. and all points in the,West, Southwest, and DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
AN ORDINANCE &. T. KYDD vs. V. R. BRISTOL. ,Northwest-forming the SHORTEST, : ,
I .
Providing; for the Issue of Scrip to Defray the STATE OF FLORIDA NASSAU, COUNTY.You points; and with the Central and People's S .
Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays:: for INDIAN
Expense (/ Purduiting Fire Apparatus. are hereby notified that a writ of at- Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdays SYRUP

IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR tachment has been issued against you, the for Columbus and Eufaula.

BE Council of the City of Fernaudina : said V. R. Bristol, and your property at- Z&- Take the FLORAL CITY ,ROUTE,
:SECTION 1. That for the purpose of raising tached, to satisfy the demand of J. '& T. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, ;

funds fur the purchase and care of tire appa- Kydd, amounting to the sum of twenty-two Central and Western Railroad. Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
ratus for the city the issue of interestbearing dollars and fifty cents. Through tickets via this line at. the Com- ,
:.' r'P to an amount not exceeding two Now, unless you shall appear before G. W. pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 efficacy in healing= the above named diseases, and

thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby, I Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for West Bay Street.:> pronounce it to be the Best
Remedy Known to Jffan..
.authorized. Nassau County, at his office at W M. DAVIDSON,
SEC. 2. Said scrip shall bear eight percent. Fla., on the 24th day of November, A. D. General Manager, .
annum interest, and shall be receivablefor 1883 at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be Jacksonville, Fla.
per taxes for the years 1884 and 1885 in the rendered against you,and your property soldto WILLIAM 0, AMES, GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. .

following proportion : one thousand dollarsfor pay the debts. Dated this 20th day of Gen'l Passenger Agent, Trade Hark.Laboratory.

taxes of 1884, and one thousand dollars, September, 1883. Jacksonville, Fla.j. c
or such part thereof as may be issued, for J. & T. KYDD. s. MCELROY, AGENTS W-.A..NTED .
taxes of 1885; but the Council reserves the Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 22, 1883.4w Master Transportation'

right to redeem said scrip at such previoustime Tallahassee, Fla. 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it. :
as they may deem expedient, after having In the Justice's Court, Nassau

advertised for the space of thirty days in County, Fla. CARD CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.

some newspaper publication in the City of WM. F. WOOD, Jr., vs. V. R. BRISTOL. TIME OF THE T jff'Jh mi:-:M7 children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
Fernandina such order for redemption and Blood Syrup completely cured them.
interest on said scrip shall cease after the STATE 46
expiration of the said thirty days.

SEC. 3. The said scrip shall be signed by are hereby notified that a writ of at- FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE: R.R.
the Mayor, President of Council, and City tachment has been issued against you, the GUARANTEED TO CURB ALL CASES OF
Clerk, and shall bear the seal of the city. said V. R. Bristol.and your property attached, In Effect October 5th, 1883. 1 I INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE BILIOUSNESS;

The form of said scrip shall be determinedupon to satisfy the demand of \Vm. F. Wood, Jr., GOING SOUTH. DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH,

by Council, amounting to the sum of six dollars and Leave Fernandina....................11.00 a.m. COSTIVENESS, ENLARGED SPLEEN COLIC &C.
Rev.J.R. Graves,Editor and Proprietor ," I J. B. Johnson. Alf. D..
SEC. 4. Said scrip shall be issued by the sixty cents. Leave Hart's Road.....................-11.40a.m. Memphis,Term says: 1 received a package of roar ?.i2; says: I am a graduate Abbeville.of Georgia. Miss.Medical Aug
Committee on Fire Department, in such Now, unless you shall appear before G.W. Leave Callahan..........................,12.40p.m. I Liver Medicine, and hare used about half of it. It College,and have practiced thirty-five years. I ass
tums; as may be applied or. Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for Leave Dutton........... ............ ..... 1.07p.m. I I works and certainly tikE a charm.no more I want of Zeilin's no better mixture.Liver Regulator tour Liver medicine Medicine In,but m y It practice.Isa sovereign It is remedy not only forfiux.a good

SEC 5. The Committee on Fire Department said county, at his office at Fernandina, Fla., Leave Brandy Branch ................. 1.22 p.m. Rev.E.A. Hnffins, Franklin Ky. Rev. J. S. Beasley,of Snmmerton.
shall report to each meeting of Council on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1883, at Arrive Baldwin.......................... 1.45 p.m. I Aug.*82,says: It Is the best rnediI S C.,Jan."82.says: I hove used Zeilin's -

the amount of scrip issued the precedingweek 10 a. m..judgment will be rendered againstyou Leave Baldwin........................... 2.10 p.m. I cine Is caring I have me ever of Dyspepsia.taken In my Send life.me It your preparation medicine a altogether great deal pnprnor but find

to whom issued, the date, etc., and and your property sold to pay the debt. Leave Maxville.......................... 2.35p.m. I another package. Must have it. Wits effect on thr cystem. Toe best. p

said report shall be spread upon the minutesof Dated this 20th day of October, 1883. Leave Highland._........................ 2.56 p.m. Ala.Rev.. March J. L.1882 Brittain, of I Blountavlllo. Dr. Si Mansfield."( Wholesale rng5ist., Memphis,
47 'V I. F. WOOD JR.ltlaster's says: suffered with Tenn.says: Have sold ic 30 "s predecessor
Council. Leave Lawtey ............................. 3.12 p.m. torpid liver and costiveness and your sold it many ypars before me.rcai this my medicine is a
SET. 6. Each piece of scrip shall designatethe Leave TeInpl 's........................... 3.28 p.m. .4 >medicine cured me My wife has used it good one.co one can doayand that it is the true and 1+
with admirable
year for which it is receivable for taxes. Sale.TTNDER Arrive Starke............ .................. ............ effect for sickheadacheOriginal genuine'Simmons Liver Medic-ne' none dare Kr.nsayHi .
Sr.c.7. The funds received for said scrip AND BY VIRTUE OP A Leave Starko .............................. 3.36 p.m. and Only Genuine. Estat. 1810. ? .
shall: be deposited with the Treasurer to the vJ decree rendered in the Circuit Court of Leave Thurston .......................... 3.48p.m. Put up In and 25c.bottles and $1.by packages

credit of the Fire Department Fund, and the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Nas- Arrive Waldo............................. 4.10 p.m. .F. M NS&CO. STLous Mo
shall be paid out upon warrants issued in sau County, on the 4th day of September, Leave Waldo.............................. 4.20 p.m. 1 r s t'

accordance with the rules of Council. AD.1883, by W. B. Young/Esq., referee in Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m.
Passed first reading; October 10. 1883. the suit of D. M. Hammond vs. Thos. J. Leave Arredondo ............... ......... 5.24 p.m.

Passed second reading October 10. 1883. Wharton. for foreclosure of mortgage, I will Leave Batton............................. 5.36p.m. l' # ,
Passed third reading, and adopted, Octo- as Special Master named in said decree, offer Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m. COf1. l ; lqf illMiablished: : H' ARTFORD

ber 10, 1883. FRED w HOYT for sale to the highest; bidder before the Leave Bronson ........................... 6.21 p.m. W !

Court-House door in Ft-rnandina, on the Leave Otter Creek........................ 6.51 p.m. 6
President pro tell! of Council. first Monday of November next, being the Leave Rosewood...... ........ ........... 7.30p.m. Es !826.MANUFACTURERS .

Attest: fifth day of said month, between the legal Arrive Cedar Key.............J.......... 8.02 p.m.
[SEAL] WM. F. WOOD, JR., City. Clerk. hours of sale on said day, all the estate, title ;
Approved : I Thomas GOING NOKTH. '
and interest which \Vharton had
F. C. SUHRER, Leave Cedar Key......................... 7.15 a.m.
on the 28th day of April. A. D. 1877 in and
40 Acting Mayor.In Leave Rosewood.......................... 7.53 a.m.
to Lot No. ((9) nine in Block No. Twentylive
) Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.28 a.m. \
((25) in the City of Fernandina Nassau .
the County Court, Nassau ),Florida. Leave Bronson- .............. ........... 9.10a.m. .' > : ,

County, Florida.In County, Leave Archer............,................. 9.41 a.m. ... .' aM il?
Terms cash for title.J. <
purchaser paying Leave Batton .............................. 9.58 a.m. \- :
the Estate of Nelson Parker. A. ELLERMANN. .
'['Itler of Leave Arredondo .......................10.16 a.m. ." 1 : ; "
o WHEREAS, F. C. SUHRER, AS AD- Special Master. Leave Gainesville........ ..............10.44 a.m. .:,;
of the estate of Nelson Fernandina Fla., Sept. 29, 1883. 43-td Arrive Waldo............ ...........,......11.30a.m. .
Parker deceased; has applied to the County Leave Waldo.......................... ..11.45 a.m. -', > ",

Court for the County of Nassau for an order BOOKS AND STATIONERY: Leave Thurston.........................12.13 p.m. : ,

(Jo sell certain l.uuN belonging to the estateof Arrive Starke............ .................. ............. .

Nelson: Parker deceased, for payment of Leave Starke...............................12.31 p.Tn. _.
debts of said estate said lands lying in the HORACE DREW, Leave Temple's.........................12.39 p.m. : : .

County of Nassau, Florida l and described; as ookseller, Stationer, Leave Lawtey ...........................1.00 p.m.

follow: B Leave Highland......................._ 1.20 p.m. OF
That portion of Little Pine Island known Printer and Binder. Leave Maxville ........................... 1.38 p.m.

.Section ((47)) forty-seven, Township ((3)) three, Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.00 p.m.
North .tf Ruuc: twenty-eight i ((28)) East thatis School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Baldwin ...... .' ................. 2.25p.m. Axes Hatchets Picks
contained in lots one ((1)), and one and a Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.454p.m.

half((14)), two ((2)), three ((3)), and three and a A SPECIALITY. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.00p.m. ,

a half (3i( ), six ((6)), and seven ((7)), accordingto -- Leave Callahan........................... 3.40 p.m. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY

the map showing the subdivisions of said Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.2) p.m.
Island-containing 23 77-100 acres, more or ;* Liberal discounts to Teachers and Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.00 p.m. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
less-and it appearing from the petition and Trade. and free
Special prices Catalogue on Trains daily, except Sunday.
affl Javit of F. C. ..,.
Suhrer. that application. Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
Parker Nelson Parker James Parker ,
Mary ,
. John Parker. Mary Parker and 1 Kate Parker, all sizes aid:: pr'.c.s ,.': n: $ i $ D Also, Plowing Machines.
the widow and children of said Nelson Par- JACKSONVILLE, FLA SOUTH.
ker, deceased, reside beyond the jurisdiction Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m. Farmers will receive valuable! information, catalogues, Ac.,

\of said: Court, and that their residence is not Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m. by writing to the makers,

known ; I RAILROADS. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57 1'" p.m.Leave COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.
It is. therefore ordered. That said oarties LOCII1OOSa: o.io p.m. ._
above iumedand all others interested'in said FLORA CITY ROUTE. Leave Orange Lake.... ................. 5.42 p.m. -

lands, are hereby notified to be and 1 appear Leave Anthony Place......... ......... 6.07p.m. STOVES TIN WARE ETC.
before me on the first Monday in November FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. Leave Silver Spring..................... 0.35p.m. r = ,_ :=:
next 1SS:5::;: and show cause, if any they JACKSONVILLE July 1st, 1883. Leave 7.00p.m. DU LB
run, why an order for the sale of said lands Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m. IV. P. STREETY,
above< described should not be granted, as /COMMENCING: this date, Trains on this Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m.
road and its connection Second Street the Post-Office
\J will run as fol- opposite ,
prayed in the petition of F. C. Suhrer ad- GOING NORTH.
mmKtnitor as aforesaid : WESTWARD. Leave \Vildwood........... .............. 7.00a.m. ftllLLIOHSOFTHEiV3 FERNANDINA, FLA.
given under my hand and seal this 25th No. 3. No. 1. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.25a.m. ifrQl
day <;if September. A. I). 1883. Leave Oca .. 8.30 a.m. ,---,- --:-
Accom.fail.. -
['.. N..J] II. J. BAKER Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 p m 1.30 p m Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m. i For FLORISTS z --

County Jn.lirefor Florida. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45 p m 2.14 pill Leave Anthony Place..............'.... 9.15a.m. & AUATEUnS.
Nassau County, 41 Lake City.......... 1.10 a in 4.53pm Leave Orange Lake ..... 9.43 a.m.
Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 1883.td Live Oak...... ...... 3.15, a m 5-55 pill Leave Lochloosa.............. ..:.: :...10.10 a.m. a Bulbs Dutch, French Bulbi, 15 Jvra u;...-<,
In lie Justice's Madison ............ 5.25am 7.42 pin Leave Hawthorne.10.29 a.m. I American Bulba. ALL
Court, Nassau Drifton.............. '7.20am 9.05pm Leave Dixie. a.m. -- ...PlantsforGreenhouFusand -_ -3
County, Fla.A Monticello......... 9.35pm Arrive Waldo Junction..... .........11.10 a.m. Window Gardena
II. NOYES vs. M VUG\RET BitisTOL. Trains daily, except Sunday. BMJTIFUL
Tallahassee...,..... 9.05am 10.30pm )
V. R. BRISTOL and THE} Leave Tallahassee....,.... 10.45 pin 'It'. (iatalO0UB 1

(FLORIDv Tow IMPROVEMENT: Arrive Quincr .............11.05 a in 12.00 p in :I FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. FREE Iij I !( t\\BocheaterNS.&chtcoIn. f rti ,fv-
Chatta. River..12.10 p m 1.00 a m GOING SOUTH x ,------ __:: -- n.

STATE OF FLORIDA, Leave River Junction... 1.10 a in Leave Fernandina....................... 9.30 a. m.
NASSAU COUNTY. Arrive Marianna.......... 2.41 am Leave Hart's Road....... '..........::10.10 a. m. II ] 'T c'S ,
Yon are hereby notified that a writ of attachment 41 Pensacola. .......... 9.30am Arrive Jacksonville..11.15 p. m. ? .

has been issued against: you, the Montgomery...... 8.50pm
** Mobile.............. GOING NORTH. Curiosity Variety StoreOffers I
paid Margaret Bristol and V. R. Bristol her 4.25pm
Leave Jacksonville.................... 3.00p.m.
iu New Orleans... .
band, and your property: attached, to 10.15pm Leave Hart's Road..................... 4.05p.m. '
Houston........... STOVES HEATERS RANGERS.
Mtisly! the demand of A. B. Noyes, am onnt- 6.50am Arrive Fernandina..................... 4.45p.m. a large and carefully selected ,
iog:> to the !sum: of fifty-six dollars and eighty- Trains
five EASTWARD.No. Jfgf' daily except Sunday. TIN AND SHEETIRONAPE I
cents. No. 2.
Now unless you shall appear before G. W. Accom.IaiJ.. SUNDAY TRAINS. STOCK OF HOSIERY ROOFING AND GUTTERING
Leave Fernandina.7.00 4.30 ,
Schu\'ler. a Justice of the Peace in and forcounty Arrive Jacksonville....... 8.25am 3.00pm a. m. p. m.
Arrive Jacksonville....8.25 5.55
Nassau at his office at Fernandina 44 Baldwin............. 6.50am 2.02 pm Leave Jacksonville..9.10 a. in. 6.35 p. m. For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
'Ia.. on the 2Uh day of November, A. D. Lake City.......... 3.00am 11.33am a. m. p. m.
Arrive Fernandina...10.35 8.00
lssi.: at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be Live i Oa.k............ 1.23 urn 10.37am a. m. p. m. HAN':D KERC IIEFS, I A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea

:: rendered aainstyou; and your property sold Madison ...........11.05 p m 9.12 a m call, and compare my prices with those o f
': 'I": pay the debts. Dated"this 19th day of Drifton............... 9.05pm 7.30am CONNECTIONS.AT Silk, Linen, and Cotton. other houses, here or elsewhere.

i. September 1883. Monticello ......... 8.00 a m

A. B. NOYES. Tallahassee........ 7.15pm 6.05am FKRNANDINA, FLA., Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
: K-nundina: Fla., Sept. 22,1883.4w Leave Tallahassee ........ 6.33 p m 5.55 a m With New York and Fernandina Steam- '
Arrive Quincy............. 5.20 p in 4.45 a m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 Laces, Towels, Napkins, i _
In a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New Dress Buttons ?-TILE NEW STORE.I .-
the Justice's Court, Nassau Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p in 3.45 a m Lining, ; \ .
County Fla. Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 a m I York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m. and Notions Generally.A .

1;' Marianna.......... 1.39am I or 5.50 p.m. ;:
n l E-: E. S. WADLEIGH With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- :: { W. F. WOOD Jr. |}
Admini tra- ) Leave Pensacola........._ 7.15 p m new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- la S'
fix of the Estate of W. A. V nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .
Leave Montgomery..... 8.30 a m TIES just received and marked low. : ,\
: Sanborn, vs. V. R. RISTOt.. J Leave Mobile............... 2.00pm CALLAHAN.To \
C> Proprietor }} EI :
and from Savannah and Charleston at I ,
OF FLORIDA Leave New Orleans...... 8.40
STATE a in Our Stock of CORSETS is Very ,Superior.
t4 NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Houston............ 6.15pm 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m. I i
Y You Trains and 2 Trains 3 and 4 AT BALDWIN FLA., H:
daily daily
are hereby notified that a writ of at- ; To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 tplJ- In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- .
f tact lnient has been issued against you, the except Sunday. p.m.AT ETS, VASES TOILET SETS, we offer a I :
said SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. HAWTHORNE,
t la.chett V.% to R. Bristol and your property- SLEEPING CARS Madison to Pensacola. To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m. and 2.40 fine variety. t ar :H: : : ,
satisfy the demand of E., E. S. .
ltiadleigh, Administratrix ,of the estate of CONNECTIONS. p.m. FLORIDA AXD SEJII.TROPICAL CURIOSITIESA I i t.L -",- :
-A, :Sanborn, amounting to the sum of At Jacksonville with Line i S S :;,
r one hundred Waycross by With Stage Line to and from Brooksville SPECIALTY. I .
dollars. Xo.4 in the a. and No. 2 in the for c.y, ; .
K Now m. p. m., and Tampa daily except Sunday. i AND :
unless you shall appear before G. W. all points North and East-with the Fernan- : .
: With Stage Line to and from Leesburg ;;.
oc luyJer, Justice JjifJ- Orders from the Country Solicited.KING7S7 1 c::! tt::! "
a of the Peace in and for dina''' &; Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan-. .daily except Sunday.AT ;:::::I : :, '
'assau County, at his office at Fernandina v".r
dina ; and with Steamers for all points on CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
na:: on the 21th day of November A. D. ,-"'.;- ;,
the St. Johns River. With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers rrII:7" :: "
rendered S at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be At Baldwin by No. 1 and 2 with Florida for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp. 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. ..::1-- l'-_>-'",': '

I I par"'the against you, and your property Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville .; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and I
5 Jto.:September debts. Dated this 19th day Ocala. Leesburg, Cedar' Key, and all Friday. HO FOR THE BEACH ",
1886.E. Gulf Ports. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key !
Oak Savannah, Florida West and Havana 4
11 By II. J. Baker every Saturday p. m.; A C>:: -j Fernandina }}
F Attorney. & Western Railroad.At for New Orleans every Friday 4 p. m. E:
I I crnandma, Fla., Sept. 22, 1883.Iw Tallahassee with St Marks Branch For information respecting routes, rates The three elegant Omnibuses of McGinnis t tI I

Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-. etc., apply to &; Rawson can be secured for private'partieson 1J3: Cor. Centre & Third. }} S Ii
Shingles. urdays. MAcDONELL reasonable terms at hour either
l kinds A. O. very any :
3S-AItf at At Chattahpochee River,:with the Pensa- Gen'l "cket and Pass. Agent.D. day or night. .

,FRED W. HOYT & Co''f'. cola &; Atlantic Railroad for Marianna..Pen- E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 12 26 McGINNIS & RAWSON. i TIIE SE1'P STORE.-33$. ':


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: THE FLORIDA MIRRORff.OO will be gratefully received and at once forwarded The Weather. For Sale. SEA
to the treasurer -Monticello, Fla. Through- Mr. C.Maxwell we have been Three hundred acres of land within two ROUTE.

I am satisfied Nassau' county will not fall'behind furnished the monthly record of observations miles of King's Ferry, Fla.; eighteen acres -

A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS her sister counties in this patrioticmove taken at Fernandina Station duringthe improved. Good dwelling, kitchen etc., -

but with her and 75 young orange trees. on the place. THE
; usual liberality will fur- month of October 1883: For particulars address STEAMER
Reflections.The nish an example worthy of emulation.
FluxTher.. .Min. RuinDate. R. W. SwE\BINoEv.
A. O. MAODONELL, Then. fall. King's Ferry, Fla.

County Commissioners meet next Sub-Committee Nassau County. October 1st, 1883.

Wednesday. : Oct. 1 ;;....;......... 87 7 ............
I Death of George W. Sweeney. 2 .................. 89 75 ............ For Rent.
Mr. T. J. Wharton" of' Charleston' S. C., Mr.. Geo. W. Sweedey; proprietor of the h 3.................. 89 72 ............ One of the ,best truck-farms inthis section -

is in the city. : '* ., 4 .................. 88 73 ............ of the country. For particulars apply
Idle .
Hour, on Amelia Beach ,died on, 5 .................. 83 75 ............ to MRS. EMMA FLETCHER.
The Mansion House received a new roof Monday last of cerebral apoplexy. Mr. 10 6 .................. 83 74 ............ Third Street.

of shingles this week. Sweeney came to Florida some seven or 7. ............:...... 81 73 ............ Fernandina, August 11, 1883-tf. CITY OF BRIDGETOX

Mr. Stark expects the brick for his stores eight years ago as the stevedore of the Mai- .1 8 .................. 74 70 ............ leave Fernandina 4
9 .................. 75 68 ..... ...... Livery Stable at a Bargain.I WILL for Savannah
on Centre street next week. lory Steamship Line, which position he 10................... 73 G3 ............ offer and Friday! Brunswick Monday, Wednesday
at a bargain entire establish on arrival
The Fall Term of the Circuit Court for tilled until about two years ago, when he 11.................. 78 62 ............ ment in this city, consisting my of son yule. of train from Jack

Dtival meets next Tuesday.The erected the cottage on Amelia Beach, knownas 12.................. ';6 68to ............ Buggies Wagons Carts, Saddle and Carriages, Returning, will leave
county : "The Idle Hour" 13................... 75 70 ............ Horses Harness Carriage nandina and Brunswick Savannah for Fer
restaurant and ,
steamer Sylvester put into this port as a 14................... 84 71' ............ Terms of day and on Tuesday. Timrs-
'purchase CASH. Saturday
Thursday on her way to Jacksonville.The summer boarding-house. Mr. Sweeney wasa u 15.....:............ 84 69 ............ G. F. AVERY. evening at 6 p. m.

generous, whole-souled fellow, and made I' 16................... 80 66 2.8-1 Office and Stable First Deck Pass. without
San Antonio had a cabin passengerlist hosts of friends. His wife, who had been ill 17: ...........:... 70 65 5.33 Street Wharf. -- near Broom' $3.00

of 116 this week, southward bound. during the 4' 18................... ..76 69 .21 46 Cabin 4.00
summer on the Western u 19.......... ....... 77 70 ............
Public Schools Nos. 2 and 3, both for colored Texas last week for New York, for the benefit 45 20.................. .77 69 ............ Shingles.All Excursion 7.00

children, will open on Monday next. of her health. The news of the sudden u 21................... 74 70 ............ kinds at Through tickets sold to New

death of Mr.'Sweeney will be sad and .", 22................... 73 67 ............ 38-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co's. delphia. Boston, and Baltimore.York Phila
Several pri.vatresidences have received a severe .
23.................. 69 61 For tickets and
new coat of paint within the last few weeks. shock to her. Mr. Sweeney leaves a ., 24.................. 66 58 .......6... NEW ADVE RTISE ENTS. Company's office, foot state-rooms of Centre, apply Street.at the

wife and two .... .... ..... 69 57 ....
Mr. Geo. R. Fairbanks, editor of the Flori- sons 12 and ,$ years old re- 25. 1: ..r.1....
,spectively. His bereaved widow has thesymp'athy 26....;:.. .......... 70 56 .33
ida Mirror, returned yesterday from Tennes of u 27................... 71 64 ............ THE CELEBRATED MERCER .
the entire community. u 28................... 75 67 ............ J. N. HARRIMAN Manager.

see.The "' 29.................. 82 70 ............ I _,_
machinery fur Huot's new mill arrived Mortuary Report. u 30.................. 80 67 ..... ...... tf| MONITOR OIL 1t AN ORDINANCETo
this week on the schooner Jesse W. During the month of October just passed, 31................... 72 59 .....:...... STOVES |
Slave. seventeen persons died on Amelia Island .. W It Amend an Ordinance etnitled '. An Ordi

4Mr. ; Jlea113. .....................79 29-31 70 nance to Prevent the Erection of Wooden
C. A. Haley has accepted the positionof six of these were inside the city limits-three FOR SALE BY Buildings and to Provide Greater Security

purser on one of the steamers of the Sea white and three colored-and four at Old Total rainfall, 9.17. Against Fires" Approved August 5, 1876.

Island Route. Town. Two of those reported as dying of Range of ThermometerFOR FRED W. IIOYT & CO. THAT SECTION ONE OF SAID ORDI-

remittent fever had been invalids for years. I be amended to read as follows
Miss Georgiana H. Latham, a daughter of THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3.HORSEY'S Be it ordained :
The record of the deceased. by the City Council of Fer
with WHEN
the late Jasper Latham, at Old Town, died DRUG STORE. nandina, with the of
approval the
at her home last in her48th the nature of the disease etc., is furnishedby I that from and after the Mayor,
on Sunday year. approval of this ord.
Undertaker R. M. Henderson in the following I c I n 1 a finance it shall be unlawful, and against the
November promises to do the fair thing. l table : \ I c-i ::. c.o. Wind Paint security of persons and property in the City
I Your
It'- 0-41 CO Houses: I
The weather set in very seasonably on Wednesday of Fernandina, to build erect or construct,

night, the thermometer falling to Saturday......Oct.27 74 76 / 76 76 NE. tt 1- any wooden buildings!, or buildings covered

wt OC7CrOOWCGtJt', tit' L' I t.7tJt3t O --CO- -FrCniP r l ,A, Sunday....._......28 76 80 81 79E.. : tt (except the roof) with corrugated iron or tin
.... / within that portion of the city lying southof
j 1 600.Mr. Monday .rr..29' r.I I 78 82 81 SE. '
E. P.'Speer, correspondent of the Q QZ > > o Tuesday............30 76.1 78 75,/ N\V. GET THE BEST* PAINTS, Broome Street. West of Fourth Street,
Jacksonville Daily Times-Union, was in the ft j-irrnTS' ? ZZ: -*%o =P'JfojSB'c'IsllBfrMj. Wednesday.......31 73 78 77 741 N\V. ; and north of Beach Streets.
: *' Thursday ...NpV. 1 70 72 72 69 W. All ordinances or parts of ordinances conflicting
city and made the Mirror office
Thursday, a ? ?
G CD E... ..... .tjI-i.:! .... "0 Cary;: Friday.....?...?.. 2.64 I 68.. 67 65 I N Y. with this ordinance are hereby re
pleasant call. ga< ,- (IJ 0 < '. THE :BEST HEADY-MIXED FAINTS i pealed.

:Mr. Samuel A. Swann, accompanied by ? 'a"'" -... .." (' _. 2ool" = !r. Cl: -.(', w I ..., ,,..,) Pa! Passed second
CIJ :: n.w :: ::: 8n MARINE. reading September 27, 188.3-
his little daughter Bessie, returned from the (:.e8-5. "' w !2."I !; w5c.f'I:) n 2.r: :;.:o::.n I a Are acknowledged to be Passed third reading, and adopted. Octo-
North Tuesday. Mr. Swann speaks g o ('() = n 0'nO- Cri: C ce Port of Fernandina. ber 17, 1883.
very .. .
0' :. OO.ocno...... .... .. e :.
encouragingly in regard the Florida boom '-:.O"O: ;::: :. .-0000"t., .., :('(-) .- .0 0 .-., :-"-0=: ::: ': I. HIGH WATER THE H. W. JOHN'S ASBESTOS I President FRED ,Yo HOYT.
tern of Council.
for the : : w R. a2 n 2 2 2 : <* : : Saturday, Nov. 3...... 9:57 A.M. 10:12P.M. pro
next winter. .
n c. jt O : Attest
0.....- . -. *:... +. ..ZL.. I 0 Sunday, H 4.1037 10:53 h :
Messrs. Colby & Rich, two first-class pho :.. .:.0.., .=-:0.. .. .. .. nliHs .., .:. :.. :.. .: ...' ..: ..: I, ........, Monday, .. 5......11:20 11:42" Sold only by ,Yo F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.

tographers from New Hampshire will locate ..: :.. (a'() :: .:. ..: .:. :.. ..c.:.. .:. .:. .:. :.- :.. :.. I > Tuesday, "" 6...... 0:00" 0:08" Approved: p C. SUHRER
::::I Wednesday, 7...... 0:3G" 1:00 48 FRED W. IIOYT & CO. I'
oo .
in Fernandina this winter arriving Z .., (' :Z: :: <' =q:>:,: .., rJJ_O"t Thursday, u 8.*.... 1:3-1" 2:0J"; 47 Acting Mayor.
here about the 20th. They make a specialtyof CIJ = = (' "" Friday, u 9...... 2:35 3:01":

taking pictures of old people and children # : : : IIIIlllI 'o"')0 .. o
'" _: ..:: < 2-&O* aia>< S __.ci3 -. ENTERED.
by the instantaneous: process. I w- --w F5'8. -3-M _... nw !? acn : e o..J
= : = : NEW
: Oct. 28 S. P. of
/ City Bridgeton Dennett
= ? s :: C: as S'g f.;:: ,
We call the attention of- the Street Committee sr- wS_. _R -_-_p :: sciS: '< Sc ,0 Savannah, with freight and
i. :: : 71a
'A .< : r. : p
to the pools of stagnant water nearthe ;> ;' U) fa-. s--: : : : : I. ::.! passengers, to W. B. Tucker,
: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .. agent.
so-called park on the shell road. The >> 8 >> = 14 31-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett.

stench arising from them is very offensive.A 0" 0"t ',-: .-. co QOCOooo 1 0 Savannah, with freight and passengers
cO ('() (' oo('() < I z to W. B. glBOOTS
prompt opening of the drains in that vicinity .=... .=... g: (() ('() .:.:, (() (' = :: .=... .=... = = r1 ('() ('() o..J Tucker a ent. a [ y
is an imperative Sanitary necessity.The .co.f1 .:.:, :CIJ: T:-C-C: :T-i: r1 -r1 Ot .r1 :s ::-r: I .(\IC == Nov. 2-Scli. Jesse W. Stave, Burton Phil- -
w mill .
Wes ;: N NpWC : :? w 0 adelphia ; machinery, to
attention of the lady readers of the "--. ....:. :. ..: ...... :-. .:. ._.. _... "---."--. .: .--i-. 3 .. .., C. H. Huot. a -
Cl: : { r --ClJ02. d r
Mirror, is called to the card of Mrs. H. W v > : S.0 2-S. S.; San Anonio Wilder 1,680 '-00

King her winter (' ('() = "t ('() (' n"'O ('() 0 tons, New York ; with freight O A
announcing opening ofmillinery oS: :::3:0: ::: ( n-..- :::0C":- 1 s; and passengers to H.. W. South-
goods. Mrs. King has selected .C"-q---., = = .., = .., (o.'(). < .(-'.(,) wick, agent. : COMPLETE STOCK

these goods personally in New York Phila ::' 0m: ." : ? .; =00o_: (_).a40C. ... 2-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett, rI1
:: 0o: : or: = FORM
.. .. .. : -
>. .. .. ...CIJ .CIJ OO .1oooI'A.. ( Savannah ;with freight and
delphia and Baltimore, and the display is .o. ('() ::: co) \I pas-
o "1j"1j -... CIJ : ('() :: sengers, to W. B. Tucker, agent. STREET AND DRESS. 00
unusually fine. "0 (< .ij.tI<) (<' :.:.:.. <<' .('() .:2, o. :..:.: :. .., .... CLEARED. '-
(.'., :. (.'.(.) (.'., (.'., :. :. _.. 0"' : t: : .: .: ,
: : : : = : : : ':< "' : :.:.:. : : : 29-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett,
New Industries for Nassau County !: : : : : : : : : >: : : : : .;:,. Savannah with freightand = LADIES' AND GENTS', d
.: .: .: :. .: .: .: .: .: -.: :. .: : .: pas-
During his recent visit to Louisville, Colonel :: sengers, by W. B.Tucker agent.
Wm. MacWilliams, of Italia completed :. :. .: :. .: :. :. :. :. -a.;: -: :. :. :. 25-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett, 00 MISSES,
: : : : : : : : : :: : : : : :
arrangements with Mr. T. B. Craycroft, of >O"1jOOZZ t fd(=l'iJ C3C3p=3 O'i3 I Savannah ; with freight and passengers ci5CHILDREN'S Cd
S -n--ctae rttD S*<* by W. B. Tucker, agent.
Illinois, who is the inventor and patentee ofa -s-.jQ.O'ajBoa.. .., Sv'S'-s rac-, I 41 30Sch. K .
=D : ._ :: Mary Newell New r
'Hw' AND
steam brick machine and other brickyarimprovements d poooo: '. :-:: SI-lnSS: : : : o g ti York ; lumber, by Payne, Cook

to join him in the nianufac- !bj- -O.fl. : :3:: .=: .::O"-o.o.-.-..!?- -..-., _Q.. &.Co INFANTS'
3: ? P s: s: c._._s: s: .::: 3: no Nov. 2-Sch. Emma C. Rommel, Philadel- -
hanture of and cornice P ClJCIJ"' :: t'4
common pressed P =
n' =-=- 5 f"f" ("Jo delphia ; lumber by Hilliard &
brick and drainage tile. .3- 00 < CCIJCIJ -
?" CIJ =r=r Bailey.
Mr. MacWilliams also arranged with Mr.: a. Poo 3-3 44 3-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder 1,680 xz

A. A. Brown of Nashville, Tenn., to put upa --' tons, New York ; with freight J SHOEsL
and passengers, by R. W. South-
small sawmill with
machinery to man In Memoriam. wick. agent.

ufacture all kinds of common furniture tool 44 2-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett,
The Memorial Committee of Amelia ,
dies, etc. These additions to the industriesof Savannah ; with freight and pas- :
No. 47 F. & A. M., have presented the following by W. B.Tucker .
the county are important, and deserve, as sengers ,agent.IN IMPROVED STYLES, Z
resolutions on the death of NOBLE A.
they must. merit, success.A PORT.
MRATIN, who departed this life on the 23d Sch. Sorata (Br.). Bernard. 00 PERFECT FITTING, dFI

ult. : Sch. Fannie W. Childs, Hart.
for Florida's Dead
The Grand Master of the Celestial Lodge Sch. Rebecca H. Queen, Smith. ; ".. ', ,
Heroes. has called from labor to refreshment Brother Sch. Geo. Churchman Risley. '
1 Comraucs and Friends of the Lost Cause* in NOBLE A. MARTIN. Amelia Lodge feels Sch. DeMory Gray, Brewster.

Nassau County: sorely this afflictive dispensation of Divine Sch. Standard, Bennett. r PRICES i gt
We Providence for we remember with great Sch. Geo. McFarland, Strong. FAIR a
owe a duty to the dead heroes of our
Sch. Jesse
W. Stave
pleasure the fidelity with which our worthy Burton.
State which should not be Cd
longer neglected.'Vhile brother performed his masonic trusts and .

other States and communities, with obligations ; be it therefore Winter Opening of Millinery Goods l.

remarkable zeal and commendation, have Resolved That in the death of Brother The ladies of Fernandina and vicinity are -
Martin Amelia Lodge has lost one of her cordially invited to examine the .
placed on record their undying affection fine and
most; zealous and faithful workers, for it was handsome of
and cherished memories for those, who, in i ever his delight to meet the craft, and aid by display millinery and fancy n1. ;
goods: at Mrs. King's, corner of Fourth and H. PRESCOTT r
the fulfillment of consecrated duty, laid theirlives ble his counsel and advice in all of their lauda- Centre streets on Tuesday Wednesday and I

as a free-will offering upon their coup undertakings ; this community a good Thursday next, from 10 a. m. to 5 p. in.MRS. ,
citizen, whose walk --- -- -
exemplary was -
try's altar, in the erectiou_ of memorial shafts, of emulation ; his family a devoted husband Fernandina Fla. November. H. W. KING. 0
1. 1883.
that in the unborn ages shall point heavenward and father in the charmed circle of which

and tell of deeds of valor and devotionto his Christian graces shone conspicuously. School Notice. w FERNANDINA, FLA.
In ,
sorrowing our friend and brother
duty, as yet no urn, or bust or marble
we feel our loss has attained for him the Public Schools Nos. 2 and 3 will open on
shaft, ladened with tears of love's-shedding fruition of his brightest hopes in a blissful Monday next, November 5. ...

has been placed at any point within our fair immortality beyond the grave. By order of the Board of Public Instrucion. -

State-not even in the capital cit-tospe3.k To his bereaved family, who most keenly t G. STARK. ARRIVING WEEKLYBAD
feel this touch of a Father's chastening Fernandina, Fla., November 1, 1883.
in silent eloquence now and through thec'cle hand, we offer our fullest sympathy, commending -

of coming years that the memory of them in our humility to the boun- Wanted.

her gallant sons is perpetuated, not only teous Giver of all good. Two first-class barbers seek a steady situa- BAD BAD BLOOD.
Resolved That these resolutions be spread t:lOn. Address, A. Wolink, of ,
on the tablet of loving hearts, but also in i care Zimmerman -
j; upon the minutes of the Lodge and that 432 Second Avenue New York. Some blood is bad because it is poor and weak. Some is bad because

enduring bronze and marble, a moglimento t the Secretary furnish a copy to the family 1 it contains impurities. Some men have such bad blood that the wonder is
which Florida, our own noble commonwealth sending a copy to the Florida Mirror for
1,000,000 Brick for Sale it does not the mosquitoes who bite
may point with pride as the patriotic publication. G. STARK, poison come to them.
exnression of love's tribute to her dead For the Committee. At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick The rich red color of good blood is owing to the iron which is present.
24x4x8 inches. u. U. STRATTON & Co., Blood which has not enough iron in it is The
heroes. As kindred and friends of the departed Card of Thanks.We 46-4m Macon, Ga. always unsatisfactory. per
son in whose veins it circulates cannot be said to ,enjoy good health.
ones, let us contribute our mite to the family of the late Noble Martin
this most worthy and laudable purpose and would take this opportunity of 'expressing, Auction Sale. The efforts of expert chemists to produce a preparation of iron whichcan

thus reciprocate in a slight degree a tried thanks to our friends for their kind sympathy The City's Horse and Cart, and Harness, be assimilated with the blood have resulted in that perfect preparation

devotion to duty for a cause loved and lost. :and and burial attention of our during beloved the sickness husband death will be sold at auction Saturday, November .which is an important part of Brown's Iron Bitters. It h the only one
I and 3,-at 12 o'clock, at,the corner of Second and which freely enters into the blood. It is the which accomplishesthe
The State Monumental Committee having father. We would also sincerely thank the Centre Streets. City Scrip will be received only one
appointed me a sub-committee for Nassau Masonic Brotherhood for their sympathy in payment. desired good. '*. .

county, any amount, whether little or much, and voted assistance brother.at the death-bed of their de- t' P. KELLY Weak, poor, thin blood may be made rich and strong, and impure

handed or mailed to me for this purpose Respectfully MRS. H. C. ,MARTIN. Chairman City Property. blood may be purified by the use of that Great Iron Medicine, Brawns s
Fernandina, Fla., Oct. 25, 1883. Iron Bittern 3

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