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: December 8, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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ATLALVT.4.CATUEDRALBCOFFEECUPS as I did after a very close inspection, that NEW YORK; *'. GOSSIP. have completed their work and both in a

-- only the borders, in monochrome, were real '_ :-__ STATE NEWS. .
I literary and artistic sense, they are marvels
AND KEELEV's' stained glass, while the whole body of the EVACUATION DAYCOJ: r3 AND RHEUMATISM of ,
}-, excellence. As in former years, the London j
AlacJiua.Micanopy .
MOTOB. window was prodaced by the use of the AN INCIDENT-ABOUTBUTLER-A>,.'. :NEW MUSICAL Graphic will probably have the largest

Special Correspondence Florida Jlirror. singularly beautiful Philadelphia patent, WORK=THE.z METROPOLITAN" sale. It will be published simultaneously i%just now having a surge of.

which covers the ordinary window glass OPER.HOUSE.. prosperity, the orange gathering and ship-
The curfew tolls the knell of parting day \,, in England and America on the 1st of De-
The lowing herd winds slowly o'er the]lea, with some diaphonous material treated in NEW YORK.... ., December 1,1883. cember. The edition amounts to no less ping having fairly set in. Captain Croxton,

The plowman homeward plods his weary such a manner as to rival the output of New- i To the Editor of"the Mirror* : than 560,000 copies, and as several of the Judge Edwards, Mr. J. J. Barr, Dr. Slathers,

way, castle or Munich, at a merely nominal cost. Dr. Montgomery, Mr. Smith, 3Ir. Winecoff,
And leaves the world to darkness, andto I I From cathedrals to coffee I.I.I The Evacuation ::Day festivities, or rather illustrations are in colors, which necessi- and in fact the entire communitare
seems a
me. cups that of which-was not 'melted tates a fresh impression for every tint, the
under busily
pretty big jump. Nevertheless, it so hap- sheets picking, packing and
represent a number of
For the purpose of my quotation I might pened to me in Atlanta that the next placeI the terrible downpour rain which made 19,600,000 shipping their fruit to the various markets,

have stopped at the third line, but doing so visited was the exceedingly spacious and the day a miserable one, in the fullest sense impressions. And all this for fifty cents.A domestic and foreign. The trees are well

would have marred the rhythm of the well-stocked store of the Messrs. :McBride.To of the word are almost forgotten except by queer convention was held at the be- filled. Mr. William Stokes was offered $500
ginning of this
matchless verse thewonderful opening it I was especially attracted, not only on those who are racked 1cith colds or rheuma- Oahape week at Utah Hall -the for the fruit on his trees, but declined to

stanza of perhaps, the most widelyknownand tism. For the doctors and druggists the day convention. The society com take that amount.-A
account of its reputation, but also to see if posed of a lot of men and very intelligent,
exquisite: pastoral poem in the English the good work I had already noticed as hav- proved a 'veritable; J bonanza, as also for the in their tendencies women, spiritualistic useful and acceptable class of visitors are

language. Gray's Elegy Lord "good liquor m n.hose supply of fire- who propose to coming to Mtcauopy this winter.
says ing begun in New York and Boston two reform the world. I attended They are
Macaulay: in one of his essays, "has years since, and which was delightfully apparent waters were in such a !demand that the pro- sessions and one of the of great service to the orange growers, and

touched more hearts of simple folK, and in the several choice exhibits of porcelain hibition people musts have felt inclined to termed cranks, although the men might be they make their own expenses and some surplus -
furnished to the orator give up their agitating in disgust. What by the irreverent, their earn- cash by
more apt quotations china and ceramic ware generally at estness helping gather. and pack the
and scholar than any other poem in our the Louisville Exposition, was extendingand was really remarkable was the attention impressed me. They propose to establish I fruit. More of them are needed every yearas

language: not even excepting Shakespeare, getting into practical shape and general Governor Butler excited. His appearance' colonies where the young may be the negro labor worthless, handling the

if measured within the same compass of daily use..nd here again, let us in the parade acted like a charm on the I educated far from the madding throng. At fruit carelesly and demanding enormous

consecutive verse." thankfully record the death, and we hope multitude, galvanizing them out of their those places liquor and tobacco are not to be wages for their little labor. Come down,

Its application to the present position of permanent burial, of that domestic horror, ; sad, soaked and bedraggled listlessness into known, even by name. In fact, they: pro- Northerners, Westerners and Eastern men

the visitor to this wonderful city may not at the coffee cup with the wash-hand-basin. life. He attracted even greater notice than pose to form an ideal race of men. They and root 'em out. We will be glad; to see

first be apparent, as borne on the wings of lip. Reader (gentle or stalwart), which of I the President himself, and the cheers with have a sort of bible which is made of the you and give you employment.TheFlorida

steam from almost any point of the compass you have not in public or private places of I which he was greeted,must have served as a queerest prophecies. phrases and promises Southern is building a depot at this

he alights at its crowded depot. No refreshment struggled with that abomina- species of balm after his experiences in his written in a style meant to be biblical. thriving town, but it is entirely too small

less than six main lines, and I know not tion, and felt rather as though a gag were own State. Coming up Broadway, near Ful- Thanksgiving Day was celebrated very for the business. Mr. George Eustace will
ton street, I was a witness to rather curious quietly. A great many people who came be the
how many connecting systems, compete for being placed in your mouth than what agent, and will make a competent

the honor of holding the key of the most ought to have been the delicate rim of a incident, which somehow has thus far failedto from other cities for Evacuation Day, stayed officer.-Mr. John Simcnton is busy finish-

direct" route to the Gate City." dainty tea or coffee cup? Following the find its way into print. A tall, lank fellow until yesterday. Thetheatres were throngedboth ing his dwelling opposite the Presbyterian

On leaving the depot all is life and movement funeral simile, it is also pleasing to think with lantern jaws, stood gazing over at the matinees and at the evening per- Church.-It is a pleasant place, and will

bustle and business. A first-class that its colorless shroud will go with it. the heads of a couple of smaller men in formances.The soon be ranked among the wealthiest townsin

hotel (the Markham House) confronts you All the. new designs were laughing with front of him. What 'are they cheerin' I Scribners" have just issued "Music in the State.-Airedondo holds! its own

almost before you gain the street, but ten to color or blushing with tender tints, and it .for?" he exclaimed: ,Butler's carriage came America, and "Music in England," by Dr. with the other towns of our county. The

one too full to accommodate a tithe of the was encouraging to see, when placed, side by, and the crowd began to hurrah. "For FredericLouis Ritter, Director of the Schoolof trade fair, and there is no cutting or dissatis-
in direction Butler said a bystander; "that is him, in :Music at Vassar College. Dr. Ritter is an faction the
eager applicants, arriving every by side, how rapidly the native productswere among merchants.-To supplya
from the converging lines of railway.Tha approximating the beautiful works of the carriage.'' "Oh," aid the fellow, and a authority on the subject, and is as well up want long felt, Messrs. Reese & Rice have

House the look of disgust crept over his face. That's in the history of his art as he is in the just purchased of
Kimball pride of Atlanta, Minton, Copeland, Doulton, and such Old a factory in Pennsylvania a
and indeed of Georgia, a noble caravansary World masters of their art. I was the more the feller what stole de spoons, is it?" He appreciation of it.. The books are really the first-class 30-hor.se-power engine and boiler,

capable of accommodating in first- interested in this subject as illustrated by had scarcely uttered the words when a dap- most important that have been issued since and will in a few days have in running

class style, too-some 500 guests, becamea the kindness of Col. McBride inasmuch as per little manjreached. up,struck him in the .the gift-book era set in. order a good saw mill, sufficient to supply

prey to the flames in the early part of this some recent notices have appeared in the back of the neck, and knocked off his hat. The Metropolitan Opera House is beingno the great demand for lumber at this point.

year; but the Atlantians, true to their London journals as to the great.skill shown Several others took a';hand in the affray, better attended than a few weeks ago, They will also attach a planer, matcher, cut-

traits (the place is too young for tradi- by Americans in bringing photography to and by the time the got through with and in consequence the stockholders will off and bracket-saws and other machinery,

tions) have already set to work,and,pb nix- their aid, thus simplyfying some of the hustling and pushing'him he was glad to probably soon be called upon to make up which will enable them to send out from

like, a nobler pile will rise, is rising, from most intricate patterns in domestic wares make his escape. 'His t king for Butler was deficiencies. On the evening of Evacuation their mill lumber complete for house build-

the ashes of 1883, and will be opened in the best works of Minton, Copeland, etc., evidently not increased.The Day the house was deplorably bare. ing. They will also make vegetable and

August 1884. :Many other excellent hotels, being all hand drawn. music publishers have provided an orange crates. The shipping of oranges

however, meet the wants of travelers, and And now I am reminded by the length of unusually large supply of new songs and THE PARIS Society of Agriculture and has become a large industry in and around

invite your stay in their interesting city. my manuscript it is time to close these ballads for Christmas, and some are unusually Insectology, whose exhibition of preserved Arrendondo. Vegetable growing was first

Interesting and .jvw'erful to those who long and somewhat discursive notes, although -- good. Among tU=:-.might.be included insect specimens has just closed, proposes begun here, we believe, and has of late years

learned like your correspondent that thirty in an incomplete state-for two rea- "The Lullaby Song of my Mother;" words establishing a menagerie of living insects, assumed huge proportions.-.--Gainesville Bee.

years ago Atlanta was almost nothing but a sons: I have not told your readers why I by James Foster Coates, the managing editorof and the city of Paris has contributed a con- Mr. Elmer,the railroad agent, has so muchto

name, it is doubly interesting to those who quoted the opening lines of Gray's Elegy in the Mail and Express, and the music by siderable sum in aid of the project. do at the depot that he has to employ an

can recall its appearance immediately before connection with Atlanta, nor introduced Stephen Masset, the at-one-time famous assistant, and both are kept busy. The

and after the war. Gen. Sherman has them to the most interesting exhibition of "Jeenis Pipes of Pipesville." Mme. Sem- ALCOHOL has been found by Mons. Muntzto Express Company also does a heavy busi-

both in Atlanta and New York expressedhis the Keeley motor, kindly afforded me by brich, of the Italian Opera, sang it the other be very widely diffused in nature. It ex- ness at this point.

wonder and amazement at what had the proprietor at that place. On the other evening at a reception at the house of Mrs. ists in nearly all water, including rain and This is one of the busiest stations along

been done, after what he did, in Georgia; hand, these seem two trump cards with Doremus, and Mme. Nilsson is to sing it at snow, and it is probable that the air con- the Transit railroad. The health of the
and nowhere is there food for healthier tains much of it in the state of Poor
reflection which to close a serial chapter, and so, after a forthcoming concert. The verses are very vapor. town and surrounding country is remark-

or congratulation than in the Gate the manner of cunning- authors in the beautiful, and the music preserves the sad, soil yields traces of it, and rich mould has a ,I ably good; so good in fact, that a physician

City-the pride of Georgia, and typical cityof monthly magazines, I conclude with the recollective air which they suggest, very considerable quantity.THE cannot support himself by his profession.Rev. .

the renovated and progressive South. time-honored formula, happily. Mr. De Pass says that he has made
Swept with the besom of destruction in now famous fossil footprints found
To be
continued in
our next. Everybody now whistles or sings the new this year 500 pounds of cotton per acre, and
1SG4, this wonderful city now lifts its lines of A. C. last year at Carson, Nevada, and supposedto
"Guess how much the attributes his
song, Baby weighs, success to the use of compostto
busy streets bordered have been made by prehistoric human
by towering ware-
Notes From Brandy Branch. which promises to retain as powerful a holdon the value of $3.50 per acre. The average
houses and intersected by converging linesof giants, are regarded by Prof. 0. C. Marsh as
BRANDY BRANCH, FLA., December 6. the popular fancy as The Babies on our yield this year not being more than 200
railroads in every direction. Its envi- probable tracks of a large sloth. It is stated,
To the Editor of the Mirror: Block, and other sublime poetical effu- pounds per acre,he has,at 7 cents per pound
rons, notably on Peachtree street in the however, that Dr. Harkness still insists that
The excessive dry weather has caused all sions. The music is very catchy, and, when the realized $17.50 per acre above the cost of the
direction of the Ponce de Leon impressions were left by a species of
Macdonough and Washington streets Springs afford, the streams to go dry, and in many places heard for the first time, extremely amusing. man, and that he finds his theories strength- compost extra by its use. We think if he

stock is suffering for water. Great quanti- Harrigan and Hart have made a fortune out ened fresh will use $10 worth per acre of a compost of
glimpses of a beautiful with by of tracks.
foreground of villas and mansions country, a ties of fish are seen in many little ponds of of their songs, and solely by their music I stable and cow lot manure, cotton seed, acid

in neatly-kept lawns and standing water left behind, dying for the want of although the words give it point and effect. PROFESSOR EDWARD HALL considers that phosphate and sulphate of lime, he will

of picturesque homes gardens and architec-, a succession fresh water. Fire in the woods just at this And yet their music is all cribbed from old throughout the early geological epochs make of an ordinary year 1,000 pounds to

time would be destructive to timber Irish airs, as are their dances and fancy the acre.-Gainesville Bee.
tural gems of their kind, that would pleaseeven known as Archalan,Silurian and Carboniferous
while it would also do cattle much harm. steps. Harrigan and Hart are New York
the fastidious Ruskin, and delight the the sea covered North America, the Marlon.Marion
The burnt lads, the sons of good old Irish who
woods around here, fired by un- parents, British
eye of an ordinary critic who charm Isles and Western Europe, while a tills
as one county 49,794 acres of land
known brought with them the arts of the Emerald ;
have attracted
parties, droves of cat-
ing picture of domestic large part of the North Atlantic area existed -
architecture succeeds valuation of farms, $1,113,009 value of farm
tle and not Isle when they arrived in this ,
a few have been knocked off the country.
another, will thank heaven that the days of as dry land. He urges that if his con- crops, $292,588; bushels of corn, 187,255
railroad Thirty or forty the b'hoys" ;
by passing trains in years ago were
the "dry-goods-box pattern of houses"Ruskin consequence. clusions prove to be well-grounded the doc- bales of cotton molasses
not 3,248 ; ,gallons, 33-,
Some of our neighbors have been forced to as "fly" as they are now; they cared
( ) are doomed-as well as the trine of the permanency of oceans and con- 876 bushels of
vulgar fire the woods at a distance from the rail less to stand about street corners and take ; potatoes, 79,213. The Tran-
stucco-as here the results tinents, as tested by the case of the North sit
prettiest ob- railroad
are owns 146,640 acres of land in the
de to de ball than
road, in order to draw the cattle from it. girl they do now.
tained with wood and brick, but each expressing Atlantic, must be discarded. county Disston Reed and
Hence there 7,000, 16,723, 38-
Messrs. Clark & Co. are hard at work upon was more sociability in the
themselves" as the great author of 500 of Government land still remains. She
their :shingle: factory, and have completed family circle and when the people got to
the "Seven LIEUT. DIEK, of the Russian has
Lamps" it. Thank army, last
puts shipped
season 143,655 boxes of
about half gether there was singing and oranges
a mile of their tramroad to the dancing galore.It
heavens, too, the pious souls who build discovered a new illuminating powder, and 64,282 crates vegetables.LATE .
was in such associations that these
cypress swamps. They their two
expect engine
which has
churches now, and endow them not attracted the favorable attentionof
and other machinery on an extra train here lads mixed. Here they picked up the airs
ashamed to seek the aid of religious art and the German Government. It causes any observations made at Lausanne

architects to render the temples more worthy next Sunday. They anticipate being able and the steps which afterward turned out object to which it may be applied to become Switzerland, have shown that an intimate
to turn out about such a gold mine for them. Here too
of the worship ; and it is most pleasing 40,000 shingles per day, they : luminous, and water in a glass vessel may connection exists between the electrical
when they get under full headway. found the quaint] : characters which Harrigan
in Atlanta to see the generous rivalry of the I I be converted into an illuminating fluid by condition of the atmosphere and the wea-
The friends and church so sn'('essftllir introduced in his .
many members of plays.Nearly
various denominations in this respect, resulting the addition of some of the powder. The ther; and it is thought that an intelligentuse
Rev. Mr. Deans', of the Methodist Episcopal all the personages in his productions
in so many beautiful specimens of new illuminant consumes no oxygen, which of registering electrometers may enable
Church, will be pleased to know that the are drawn from real life, and most of the
church fact makes it desirable for in meteorologists to forecast
architecture. And here, use mixing the weather seve-
paren- Conference has sent him to labor oddest of the personages are well known to
theso," I may add a note, made in the very among us old Irish operations. Its illuminating power lasts ral days in advance. The electric tensionof
for the residents. Of the
next ecclesiastical In this antiquity of the
beautiful church belonging to the Roman year. gentleman music eight hours, when a new supply of powder the air is strong during fine weather, but
is found true Christian I accidentally came across an
a and a zealous amusingand
Catholic becomes its
communion : necessary.A rapid weakening indicates the approachof
worker, and under his guardianship the convincing proof. I happened to pay a
Having heard i a storm.A .
that the altars in the cathedral

churches will no doubt prosper.Mr. call one afternoon, when from an adjoining
afforded specimens of fine art in beautiful VIENNA scientist has perfected a re
Nathan Foreaker, Sr., and Mr. Wm. yard came the sound of a well-known Har-
marble, I paid it a visit, and was well and markable modification of the microscope, to METHOD of adulterating milk by adding
H.Pringle, Jr., are moving nearer us, though rigan Hart air, accompanied by the
Awarded for which the name of has been I
so doing. The altars deservedall gastroscope to it a solution of commercial has
sound of glucose
they are getting out of Nassau into Duval. a queer dance step on the pave-
the praise of their eulogist the frescoes given. It is to be used for looking into the been Mons. Krechel
exposed by in
; ment. It a com-
too The place of Mr. F. will be filled by his son was an Irish nurse maid,amusing
which interior of the human stomach. It consistsof
divide the great ceiling into munication to the French
two little Academy of
but that of the latter by no one.I under her charge. The
twelve compartments, and exhibit noble a tube about 2G inches long and half an Sciences. As the solution has the
words of her densityof
learn of considerable sickness song were Celtic. "She is in
emblematical tableaux: of the among inch thick, bent at an angle of 150 degreesat good milk the adulteration
apostles were is
this not detected -
also the people out on the St. Mary's, probably country scarce two weeks, and speaks about one-fourth
its length from the
very interesting. But the visitor will by the
ordinary testing instruments. i
caused the English poorly said hostess. She
probably be most astonished at the extreme by dry season that is now uponus. very my lower end. At its lower extremity is an
sings these songs all day for the children
beauty of the electric lamp for lighting the stomach
windows. Soft exceedingly up ,
yet "We are in need of a county road from and from the way in which she sings, theyare Amelia Beach.
rich in color and singularly beautiful and a microscope objective. Prisms are arranged -
In design, each one artistic Callahan to Baldwin, and though petitions evidently very familiar to her." So to reflect the image-bearing pencil of THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the

. than appeared more have been made for it, it cometh not. there was the source whence Harrigan and supervision of Mrs.
. the other, and the connoisseur in glass light along the tube and past the bend to will be
will!! Though the chickens are "crowing for Hart, and their musical compeer, Dave Graham pleased to receive her old '
: naturally appraise the cost of these the eye-piece. Provision is made for a circulation friends and the

beautiful designs, and probably only detect, Christmas," they are loth to turn out the obtained their inspiration. of water about the lamp to prevent pnblicgenerally.; Choicest oysters, fish. ,etc.,
handy egg. TOM. The publishers of Christmas periodicals inconvenient heating.
constantly on hand. tf... ,




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FORWARD.Let .\is the matter, father? You are not good Yes it is quiet,but come in ;" and Pierre looked saucy. books told her and in them, or in some of

; company this afternoon. led the way into the house. "It is not a bit forwarder than it was yesterday them! she read that love levels all distinc
"1 am puzzled," he said; what can there ; it does not get on at all, and father tions.
stand still the of life
me upon height : be in a baggage like to he wants to it." Mme. Hastiere
saucy young you CHAPTER II. says see Emile's mother told the
Much has been much thereis
won though
to win make Emile Hastiere come "here to tell me They passed through a neat kitchen, where "Well, then, you can tell him it is fin- miller that Jacqueline ought not to read

I am a little weary; of the strife, he cannot live without you? the walls glowed with the brightness of ished when you go home to-day; after all, novels ; but he sharply told her to mind her
Jacqueline jumped up and clapped her little angel, I have not had than business and asked her
Let me stand still awhile, nor count it sin brass and copper pans, into a little room my more a own what she saw
hands her ball of worsted rolled out of her dozen amiss with his
; sittings. I girl ; and, as Mme.
opposite.The Hastierewas
To cool hot brow ease the travel pain "
my -
And then address me to the road again. lap along the narrow, slaty garden path. table was laid and Jacqueline was You might have had more; I have come a prudent woman, and had only spoken
She went to her father and kissed his several times and then said the in the that
up just placing on it a nosegay of zinnias and up you lightwas hope one day the rich miller's
Long was the way, and steep and hard the broad sunburnt cheek, till his heavy red scabious and other autumn flowers, large not good, or-or"- daughter would wed her Emile she said no

climb; eyebrows looked less grave. and round, and closely packed. She turned She hesitated. more about the novels, one of which she
'1 Sore are my limbs, and fain I am to rest; You dear innocent, Emile was amusing and started when she saw that her father Stonor put down his palette and brushes, spied on Jacqueline's table when she paid a
.. Behind me lie the long sandy tracts of himself. Why he walked from church with was not alone, and came up to her. He took both her visit to the mill.

'. time; me to-day and he scarcely spoke two words." "I have brought you a visitor, my daughter hands and the girl's blush and her soft But she need not have feared ; novels had
'}' Before me rises the steep mountain crest; Poor 44 Emile he is good, but he is so dull. ," he said,as he presented his guest. She upward glance toid that this was not the lost their charm for Jacqueline; her own

Let me stand still: the journey is half done, I'll wager you talked enough for both, grew red. looking half wistful, half shy, but first time he had held those small, brown story had far more interest for her than any
e And when less weary I will travel on. and the poor fellow liked to listen to your .the Englishman made her a profound bow hands in his. other, and as day after day went by and no
saucy words. He says your brightness is and she curtsied. "You saucy child, you cannot look me in letter came from her lover, she felt that

There is no standing still EVen as I pause like sunshine. The Lord help him!I" The "You must tell me how I am to call you," the face and say that you were not happiest hope was over, that he would not return ;
The steep path shifts and I slip back miller burst into a hearty laugh. said the miller. on those mornings, my Sunshine;i" he triedto he had forgotten her. He had not prom

apace; Jacquelinegrew rosy red and looked un .' :My name is Frank Stonor." He gave avery put his arm around her, but she shrank ised to write only to come again ; but still

Movement was safety; by the journey laws easy. pleasant smile at Jacqueline, but Lahaye away. she thought a letter would have reached her,
No help is given, no safe abiding place, Why do you laugh? she said; "it may be thought he must be very unappreciative; "Can you not see that I am troubled?" and would have cost him no trouble.

No idling in the pathway hard and slow; true. Emile is not the only" person who he did not seem much struck with her he said, "and yet you never ask the reason." Emile Hastiere came often now. One
I must forward must backward 1 1I says I am like sunshine. The warm She back to him with full of
or came
go go blood seemed to be drawn her words beauty, nor did he find much to say to eyes night, when he went away, he held her
up by her; he addressed most"of his talk to his love. hand for some minutes, and looked down
will jjo up, then, though the limbs may her small ears and delicate creamy temples. host. "What is it? tell me," she said tenderly."I into her dark

tire, generally in such perfect contrast to her "I see care for art he was lookingat cannot bear that you should be un usual. eyes more assuredly. than
you ;
And though the path be doubtful and un- richly-tinted hair, were now deeply flushed. which happy." ,
the wall opposite him on were I will come again to-morrow, he said
seen ; Even the jolly, careless miller received a He gave her a long, wistful look.
some good framed photographs representing he pressed her hand as he let it :
Better with the last effort sudden shock he felt that stood go. Jacque.
to expire some one
; of the Meuse. You are happy with! me, are you not, line smiled and the
Than lose the toil and struggle that have between him and Jacqueline. He took out scenery sweet girl?" young man looked ,
The miller his "It
nodded at daughter. radiant, but she was simply contrasting the
been, his pipe and cleared his voice, but there wasa She raised her with such look of
eyes a
is Liline there-since she was a little one rough, horny which had hurt her
1 And have the morning strength, the upward hoarse sound in it for all that. she hoards up ever such a poor attempt at a love that involuntarily he bent down and small fingers withthesmooth-skinned, well. I

strain, Who is the other, Jacqueline: he said picture, so one time when I was in Namur kissed her lips. i kept hand of Frank Stonor. She sighed as
The distance conquered, in the end made presently.Jacqueline. .. I bought her'the photographs." She started back, and frowned a little. Emile went away.

vain. laughed ; she stooped to pick Jacqueline blushed, but sat silent; her I could not help it, Sunshine. Tell me "What ails you, my flower?" her father
up her ball of worsted, and she was slow In. father began to think she did not like his my sweet friend, should you miss me very said ; you are always sighing. You
r Ah, blessed law for rest is tempting sweet, securing it."Many much if I went away?" grow
And we would all lie down if so we another has said have new acquaintance."I quieter every day ; you must take a hus-
so-you Her answered him.
should like to bring down one of eyes band to cheer "
my you.
might had her ball safe and "
often father. ,
But why should ? : "
Montaigle sketches to have you go She started "I
so as your opin- "- ? -then she forced
And few would struggle on with bleeding it and it while she a
she threw
up caught My father and mother want but I
feet ion, :Mr. Stonor said politely; "one of laugh. "No, thank you, father, I do not
out of her
; gave her father a saucy glance them is finished except a figure or two. Ican't will come back next year, if not before. want to leave you : spring will soon be here,
And few would the
ever gain higher wonderfuleyes
sweet eyes. They were get any one to sit or stand to me up See, sweet one, I shall leave my canvases at and I shall grow gay again with the birds
height of mirth and and
truly, full sparkle, the inn as hostages for return. You
there that is worth putting in." Then he my and butterflies. This cold weather freezes
Except for the stern law which bids us in their "
with depths
yet a pathetic entreaty turned to Jacqueline: "I wish you would darling-do not do not. me."
know and something which seemed timid of revealing This was at the sight of her tears, which
chance mademoiselle.
give me a After this she rattled on in her light-
We must go forward, or must backward go. itself. No wonder Emile Hastiere "I-she stopped and looked at her must have been all ready to flow forth, they hearted way till the miller was quieted. Of
-Susan in liked to walk beside her watching her rained down in such abundance. She did
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father. He was extremely puzzled ; he could late he had begun to think that perhaps 'I
changeful glances. not understand why all her bright sauci- not try to free herself now, when he claspedher Liline was growing fond of Emile, and he
THE MILL BY THE MOLIGNEE. Pierre Lahaye felt foolish. He did not ness should so suddenly have deserted her. to him. knew that love often made girls sigh and
know how to speak seriously to Jacqueline.Just But it was a brief yielding. She drew her
"The child does not like keeping still, seem depressed. The next day he got a rude
CHAPTER 1. then he wished more than ever that that is the truth," he said, in a tone of ex- fingers swiftly across: her eyes to clear them. shock. He was coming in from the mill

f The Meuse shows pictures of increasing his fair young wife had not been taken from cuse; "she is as full of life and movementas You do not tell me why you must go," and he met Emile rushing out of the house,

beauty as it flows on above Namur. Now it him. made serious a bird or a butterfly is. Still, to oblige she said calmly, but she looked piteously at the young fellow's face was red, and he
And so that was what you so him.
seems a lake girded in with of rent you, I fancy she would let herself be painted looked very angry.
crags "
was it? she said, or have you some- "I have choice Sunshine. father
no My
-would not Liline? The miller his shoulder
limestone, green islands gemming its clear you grasped but
water; sometimes a homelike village nes- thing else to confess, you naughty "Yes, father." Then looking up gayly, asks me to come home ; he says the paintingseason Emile tried to shake him off.
his embarrassment in
tles under the steep cliff, and (but this less The miller forgot animated face. as if a weight were lifted from her spirits: is over; I am wanted in Englandand "Gently," said Pierre ; "tell me what has
frequently) the height above is crowned by watching her pretty I am not sure that I can stand quite still pleasant! as it is to be here with you, I disturbed you."
"Well," he said, "I suppose Emile. expects for than five minutes will that be am obliged to tear myself away." "
some grand ruined fortress; now and then, he more ; long Why need you ask? Emile said fiercely ;
some kind of an answer ; may She did not her dark
answer; were
enough? know well and it is
too, a lateral valley opens, showing a dark, '' "you enough your
down which come and try to please you, Liline. Mr. Stonor laughed. fixed on his with an earnestness that disturbed fault."
comes tumbling
over the rocks in its bed a sparkling brookor She" laughed merrily. hard "I am so grateful to you that I will try him. She sighed deeply." Pierre Lahaye looked hard at him, and
river to greet the silver Meuse. As if anyone need try very to to make the sitting as little irksome as I "You will never come back. then a half smile curled his lip.
please me. I" like every one a little, only 111 swear I will. Why lit- '
If we leave this lovely silent highway and can ; my picture will take quite a new valuein you darling "You have been quarreling with Liline,
follow the course of one of these valleys we you very much, you old darling!I" my eyes." He made her a formal bow, tle unbeliever, I will leave my sketch of you have you my fine fellow, and you.tell me it
But'l He
shall after windings between the fear my reign is nearly over. and again she became subdued and silent. unfinished, and that will force me to come is my fault? If you were not in love I
many held her sweet face between his two big back, if think I want inducement.
banks, find ourselves in a dale I have got somewhere a picture of:Mont- you any would call you a fool, but I make allow
steep :
green hands and looked at it with yearning fond- that German artist begain to Good heavens it is hard enough to go," he "
side the bare hill rises from aigle a paint ance.
on one steeply ness. "You will not be mine much longer. said passionately. And at this she let him "
said the miller fellow : "I do not it is fault
the white dry road, and beside this, but years ago ; poor say your now.
Emile Hastiere has opened the ball, there take her again in his and she cried
screened from it by willow trees, the little he fell into the mill-stream, one night. That on Emile was so angry that it was a relief toget
will be another admirer soon ; one or the his shoulder till her heart felt somewhat
tender beart"-he nodded at Jacqueline- rid of his it
temper.hI mean was
river constant your
Molignee keeps up a song, as "
if it rejoiced in the contrast that its cool other will take you from me. she turned will not have the picture hung up, though lighter. But she divined that this was fault last year, when you let that cursed
She kissed him and then their parting.
flow and the pleasant meadow besideit she was not born when it happened. Englishman come to the milL"The
green "
offers to the dusty road and the barren away. Mr. Stonor was looking at the girl, and he I know I shall not see you again. for a miller's bronze face changed. He
rocky cliff. "No; you are the best of all; but I must" saw how pale she grew. year, she whispered. did not know the fear had been lying dor-

In the autumn this deep green meadow, go and see if Marie has got"supper ready. "It makes mesad to think of it," she said; i mant in his heart, but it sprang up at once
gemmed with crocus, seems to invite If it could only go on, he sighed, as he "I used to dream about it. If only any CHAPTER IV. at Emile's words to active life.
the tired traveler to plunge his feet into its looked after her; "but that would be selfish.I one had been awake he might have been i The miller had been anxious to see Lil- The Englishman *'-he paused to gain

cool, long grass. Behind it rises a steeply must die first, and I can't take her with saved. ine's likeness, but she always told him he time for his head was throbbing and his
me. Well, well, there's no need to meet "I should like to the said must wait. heart that words difficult -
wooded hill, which at one end circles round see picture, was beating, so were
so as to close in this little oasis of verdure; trouble half way. Stonor. *fir 1 He would have been greatly puzzled if he to come atHe can to the mill but
into the semicircle thus created part of the His pipe had gone out. He relit it and "I will fetch it," the miller said. had known how much time had been twice or thrice." Then he looked sternly
began to puff forth wreaths of pale blue the ,door closed wasted the sketch. But the at the fellow and
river has been turned to form a mill pond, Directly a change came over good- agitated young why
vapor, which sent a cloud of gnats to the She looked the natured careless accustomed should he not the mill
at to
and the water comes rapidly over the weir over Jacqueline. angrily man was come to as freely as
other side of the garden. and not at her the girl's long rambles and it had not Emile Hastiere?"
in a dazzling sheet of foam. Near it, in Englishman, yet quite ease. occurred you,
,. dark, startling weirdness, stands the ruins Good evening, miller. Why did you meet me, monsieur, as if to him that she had been spending "Because he is not the same as we are;
of a mill. Its blackened timbers, its broken Lahaye turned round sharply.A you had never seen me?" every afternoon among!: the ruins of Mont because," he went on rudely, "men of the
: wheel, where weeds and moss have niched man was standing on the little bridge He smiled and tried to take her hand, but aigle. class to which he belongs hold girls like
j themselves, tell of years of desolation, and which crossed the stream a little below the she moved further from him. At first she had not gone every day to the Jacqueline cheap, and only win them to

as one examines its picturesque decay, it is weir. In the evening light he looked taller "I was not sure that you would have chateau, but for the last fortnight some influence fling them in the dirt ; because"
plain that no attempt has been made to than he was, as he leaned, smoking a pipe, spoken of our meetings, a'ld.I feared to get had seemed to draw her there Lahaye gripped his collar and shook him
stay the progress of its ruin. against a rail of the wooden bridge. It was you into trouble with your father." against her will ; and lately Stonor had as if he were a dog.

Twenty years ago the mill was sound and impossible to say how long he might have At this her anger fled ; she laughed mer- given up even the pretence of painting "Silence," he said : "you pretend to love

habitable and its owner, Pierre Lahay, was been standing there. His tall !slender figure rily. "Trouble with him! why, what a bad during her visits. They did not talk much, her. and you dare to say she would love a
the wealthiest miller between Moulins and and light brown clothing were in perfect father you must have-as if my father does but whenever she looked up his eyes met man who was trifling with her-no, I will

Vignes, a jolly careless, hardworking, hos- harmony with his surroundings, but he did not always let me do as I choose! I scarcely hers. and she could have been content to not listen to you."
pitable fellow a thorough Walloon, rough not look like a native; his blue eyes and know why I have no$ told him that I saw dream hours away in the mere delight of He turned<< away and went into the house.

and ready in speech, free-handed with his fair hair and regular features, now partly you ; the first time he had gone away to his presence. Jacqueline had refused to hear Emile's .
hidden by a large felt hat, were those of an Givet-oh I know he back She home silent and and had to her she
money. and as proud of his pretty daughter yes, brought me came preoccupied, proposal, gone up room ;
Jacqueline as any peacock is of his tail. He Englishman. a white kitten, and of course that put you and yet with so happy a smile that the mil- heard voices outside, and then she saw the

had lost his wife long ago, and since then Broad-shouldered, square-headed Pierre out of my head" she said saucily, "and the ler never troubled himself as to how she two men talking together. All at once came
Jacqueline had been the joy of his life. stared a minute or two, then he nodded. next time-well-she looked down-" I had spent her day. her father's outbreak ; this surprised her, for
Years before the girl was fit to guide herselfhe "Good evening, painter," he said. lIe hardly know why-but I have only seen you At first she had poken of her sittings and she knew that he would sanction Emile'-

took her from school. He gave her the i was a democrat he had seen this young twice, monsieur." of the progress) of her portrait; but somehow proposal.She .

keys of the linen chest, and told her that fellow day after day painting up at the old She raised her eyes,and then dropped themat she had not talked lately of Monsieur came down and met him with a gay

she was henceforth mistress and could do as Chateau Montaigle.. Painter was as gooda once, blushing under his gaze. Stonor. smile, but instead of the kiss he always
she pleased. Jacqueline was at first be- name as miller he thought. And the "That is what has brought me here this Now all was over ; Jacqueline did not gave her, her father looked like a tempest.
wildered. She was shy, and would have young fellow evidently thought it was a evening. I have been expecting you every know how she could speak of his departure Why won't you marry Emile?" he said.

liked best to have been guided, but soon she good }joke, he laughed so heartily. day ; it is a week since you came to :Mont without betraying some consciousness. For "Sainte Vierge!" she laughed, "what a
appreciated the freedom of her new life ; Well, my friend "-he came near the aigle; what has kept you away?" though a vague trouble had been daily pucker you are in ; you put me in mind of
she could dream out her thoughts to her- end of the bridge" you come and see me )Myself; she closed her pretty lips with growing in her mind, it was Stonor's kiss the water rushing over the weir."

self. Some girls would have been dull, but at my work, I thought I would come to see decision. that fully roused her to the truth. It "I am angry, child, and I have cau-e:
Jacqueline loved books. Her father kept a you at.yours ; you do not seem to work But why? Have I offended you, sweet seemed to her that when her father came in You must give me a reason for your refusal.

maid to relieve her of all the rough house- your mill on Sunday, though." girl? And yet I only told you that you had her face would reveal her love story. The. bright color flushed over her face.
work, and she was free to spend hours read- No." Lahaye looked curiously at his brought sunshine into my long, solitary At last he came in grumbling. "I have & Father, you never spoke to me like this

ing beside the river, or climbing the steep companion. A certain attempt at cordial- hours ; surely truth cannot offend you." met the English milord," he said, and I before; what do you mean? Have you left
wooded hill into yet another: valley that ity in the stranger's manner suggested His voice and manner had changed."I have heard your picture is left unfinished ; off loving me?" And at the thought of

opened behind it. haughtiness kept out of sight. did not say it was your fault only it's too bad." Jacqueline turned away ; such utter desolation as this she broke downin
She was now seventeen tall and well- "You have been some weeks at Mont- somehow I did not tell my father and I determined this was an intense relief; her father wenton a passion of tears and sobs.

grown, and though her sweet, dark eyes and aigle," he said. not to go again till I had told him, grumbling that something had gone Pierre Lahaye was conquered.
fair skin and chestnut hair had made her Yes, I did not mean to stay long, but the and when you came in and bowed as if you wrong in the mill. He felt that he was a brute, a monster, to I

talked of as a beauty both at Bouvignes and place has a charm for me, and it is cooler had never seen me before, I felt-oh, I cannot Pierre Lahaye's discontent lasted, so Jac- make his sweet Liline cry when she had .'

in the village of Montaigle, behind the hills, there than it is at Dinant." tell you how I felt!-bad and deceitfuland queline could go on with her self commu- given so much joy to his life. He huggedand

she remained almost unconscious, certainly 'Yes, that is so." Pierre Lahaye was ungrateful all in a heap. It was all I ing. Not in peace ; she knew now the soothed her, muttering between his
untouched bv the homage offered her at above all things sociable, and the prejudice could do to keep from crying." meaning of the sweet pain she had been kisses that Emile had made a fool of him,

,t the fetes and fairs, and on Sundays, when I he had taken up against. the young Englishman She gave a little sob. Stonor took both I suffering-she who had always mocked at and the matter ended.
in a dainty-fitting gown and a bonnet I was softening. Do you not have such her hands and kissed them. He was so near I i love who had said that Emile Hastiere -

bought for her by her doting father at the heat as this in England?" her that when the door' opened Jacqueline could cure himself of his love for her if he CHAPTER v.

best shop in Dinant, she sometimes went to I "Sometimes, but not often, and it never started away in alarm, but the honest millerwas pleased, How bitterly those words came Summer weather has come early, before I
high mass at :Moulins. At the convent lasts long. We artists come abroad to learn carrying the canvas in front of him and back. Jacqueline knew, with that strange springtime is over; the leaveS have not yet !
school she had Sunday but what real sunshine is." could not see. which doubt fresh thrill
gone every foresight no one can who has lost the exquisite hues which ;
when she came home and saw that Something in the words put Lahaye in once felt its constraining power that she one's whole being with a delight that the I
her father to smoke his mind of his daughter, and in his usual careless CHAPTER III.
preferred pipein could never leave off loving Mr. Stonor, richest tints of autumn fail to give; but
front of the mill, she soon grew irregularin way he wondered what she would thinkof Monsieur Stonor!" even if she never saw him again-her Frank, Jacqueline has not brightened as she said)

her church-going. There was rain which "the young Englishman. "Sunshine?" i as he had taught her to call him : she could she would. She is very fitful. One day she
would curl her bonnet strings, or the sun He.is too offhand to please her" he He left off painting and looked up at her; : not bear to dwell on this thought, and is so full of fun and frolic that her father
was too hot, and she was too lazy to thinkof thought, "but I'llVa ('r he never saw so she surroundedby but
was standing on a grass plot, when the miller had finished grumbling thinks her more irresistible than ever,
rising early so as to forestall this last objection pretty a girl in England" the crumbling gray walls of the old cas- and looked around half ashamed, half the next day she sinks into a deep reverie I

by attending an early mass. Although he did not wish to lose Jacqueline tle; from these walls hung banners of black- surprised at the length to which he had carried from which even his entrance fails to arouse

One Sunday evening in August she was I, he had never taken any precautions to berry and wild, purple-leaved clematis; at his monologue, Jacqueline began to her.: At last he found her crying, and she
sitting in the strip of garden behind the keep her to himself. Emile Hastiere was one corner rose the old watch-tower, on i tease him with more than her usual sauci- owned that she felt dull and ill.

I mill. The roses were luxuriant, for the not the only young fellow in the neighbor which a colony of jackdaws sat, watchingwhat ness, and she laughed so gayly that, even if "Warm weather is always trying" she
mill-stream went almost round the little bit hood who came to the mill ; if Jacquelinehad was happening and keeping up a busy her father had connected her previous

of ground. Jacqueline was knitting, and been a coquette she might have had chatter, and on the grass,even under Jacque- silence with the Englishman's leave-taking: said.Pierre Lahaye thought it was because
her father, with his pipe in his mouth pacedup plenty of lovers. But she liked the men line's neatly shod feet, tiny golden flowers his suspicions must have been completelyset they lived too much alone. Jacqueline had

and down the garden. she found in her books much better than made patterns of, varied form, and some- at rest. grown proud. her neighbors said, and they

Did you see Emile Hastiere this morn- these somewhat clumsy, shy young Walloons times white and blue blossoms helped them. But as the days wore on the girl drooped.It rarely came to see her. Jacqueline never
ing, my jewel?" He stopped in front of and her indifference encouraged her Among the gray stones nestled tender little became harder and harder for her to be- went to church now, so that she did not

Jacqueline and wondered to himself father's habits of casual hospitality. It did ferns; every bit of the old ruin was clothedin lieve in Stonor's love. And yet he had even get that distraction from her brooding

whether any father ever had so pretty a not occur to the cheerful, careless miller some parti-colored fashion of its own. shown it by tender words and tenderer thoughts.The .

t daughter. that so pretty a girl as Jacqueline should be I wish.to ask when you will have done looks, and that delicious longing for her miller put on his hat again, went out
Yes, I saw him, father." shielded from intercourse with men of whomhe painting me?" presence which she had felt rather than understood and made friends with Emile.

She looked up for an instant, and then knew absolutely nothing. She was tapping the ground with her foot, though only on that last day had "You are too faint-hearted," he said ,
her dark eyes went back to watch her knitting "I'll wager that the heat has made you and she looked re:>ellious. he said he loved her. "come and see us some day: when you

but the miller had seen that she looked thirsty," he said. Will you come in ? I "Come here and look, my Sunshine.'' Winter was drawing on swiftly, but the least expect it Liline will say 'Yes.: "

untroubled by his words. can give you some good wine." She went toward him slowly, but she cold out of doors was less chilling than the And so Emile came again to the mill.
There was silence, and when this had'13sted ""Thank )'ou." The Englishman crossed stopped before she reached him. gloom of doubt and distrust which obscuredher One evening he paid his visit earlier than

longer than usual Jacqueline lookedup the bridge and came into the little garden. You must look at it from here"-he life. She knew well enough that Stonorwas usual. He had none of his shy way m

again. What a charming nook!1" he said, "no pointed to the ground beside him. I in a different station from her own ; but speaking to Jacqueline; he seemed to have

This. time she was smiling saucily. What, one could fancy the road was so near." She went and stood on the spot, but:she she knew nothing of life, only what her I rather a superior and protecting manner.

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and this made the miller smile. Lahaye but I only love you." He held out his arms, I goes< up to her room. The door is locked, I
was less careless than he used to be. but the girl drew back; her face was very and he knocks loudly. No answer comes.. DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
Whom do you think I saw in Namur white, but she stood firmly erect now. Suspense does not take long in changing
to-day 1"Emile "This is an infamy," she said ; how dare to alarm, and there is but a step between
spoke to Pierre, but the look he you marry a woman you do not love? You alarm! and horror. Jacqueline could not be 1
flung at Jacqueline told her what was com- must tell her." j j I found, her bed had not been slept in. The INDIAN BLOOD SYRUPCures
in**. The link her words made took hini backto news spread to Emile and his mother, to ,,
Who was it?" the miller said. Brussels and to self-control. In an instant t the crowd of guests and"gazers waiting the
Jacqueline sat pressing her hands together he saw the need for prudence. bride's arrival outside the church at all diseases of the Stomach
; she felt that if she had guessed truly she I have not promised love for her," he Moulins. Liver, Bowels,

must.. cry out for joy. said; '* it is merely an arranged marriage I "Where is my Liline? Liline, Liline, Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
It was Monsieur Stonor, the English milord which will bring me no happiness. I will where are you?" The wretched father'scry in
who painted pictures Montaigle.." be honest, my sweet love; I came to say was echoed back'from the cliffs around efficacy healing; the above named diseases, and

He kept his eyes fixed on Jacqueline, but good-by, for I was not vain enough to hope the mill, but no voice came in answer. L1r pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man
she was not blushing; she looked white and that you loved as'I do; but you have givenme Emile Hastiere hurried to Brussels, and
faint he thought. Her father kept his face hope and life. Our friendship can only in the presence of Frank Stonor's parents
turned away. bring joy to ourselves will not harm any and of his betrothed he accused him of the GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade
"Is he staying in Namur?" the miller one. I owe no love where I have not disappearance of Jacqueline, but Stonor's .
spoke harshly: promised it." Then as she turned away white look of horror calmed even the Mark.Laboratory.
"I am not sure. I tried to find out, but from him : "Oh, my Sunshine, if you furious lover.Jacqueline. e AGENTS WANTED t
he will not stay there long; he is going to could but guess how I love you was never heard of. Emile
Brussels to be married. She had turned her face away that he searched the country far and near, and left
Married !" Pierre scarcely knew why he might not see the fierce struggle that was no means untried to find her. The miller 77 West Third St., New York' City. Druggists sell it

was surprised. tearing her. sank beneath the blow, and though he drag-
Emile felt somehow that he could speak "Go now," she said at last, "I will not ged on feeble existence for some years, he CEDARTOWX, GA., June 20th, 1881.
more easily if he kept his back turned to answer 'ou-I cannot, it is too sudden:' remained helpless. Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever and a short trial of you
Jacqueline, He tried softer, gentler persuasion but The mill seemed to share its master's fate; I Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them..
Yes," he went on, he is to marry an she only gave the same answer. At last she to have been struck like its master. It did 46 RUDIE CANTLEE.
English lady who has more money than any let him kiss her on the promise that he not, like Pierre Lahaye, sink all at once
of our countesses. She is beautiful, too, hisfcn.ant would go away, from health and strength to the feeblenessof
told me." "Then we will be friends always,'* he paralyzed linibs, but it was plain that a .
"Has he a servant with him He must said ; he was only half satisfied either with curse rested on it;its( next owner became
then be staying at Namur" the miller said. himself or with her; but he was afraid to bankrupt. His successor died suddenly] COLLINS & CON HARTFORDEstablished
Did I not tell you he was a milord? The urge her further, he had feared she would and then the place was found to be so
servant has told me that his father is Sir refuse to meet him again. neglected, and the mill itself so decayed, ,
Stonor, and his mother miladi, and they are We will meet again before long, my' that no new tenant came forward, so it was 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
at Brussels with the fiancEe and her father I Sunshine." He stopped on the broken left to itself-left to sink little by little into
and mother." steps and looked back at her. She smiled .. the ruin that still stands, on the way tolontoigle
The door opened and shut, and they and kissed her hand. ) beside she Molignee.-Belgravia.
looked around. Jacqueline had gone away.; Before long," she said. .1
They listened and they heard her go up Stonor went on down the steps and out of

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The two men looked at one another. the meadow below the ruins was seen <, .
"Go away," said Lahaye roughly ; "I am from the watchtower. Then Jacquelinecame .;
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Jacqueline came down before her father face downward among the daisies. .I'(, '
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looked at her the miller noticed the bright shall not come home to dinner." \. -
color in her cheeks. Once or twice a year she went to see a
What do you think of Emile's news, great-aunt of her mother's who lived at
father?" she asked, abruptly. Shall we Bouvignes ; sometimes she stayed with her
to Brussels] ? I should love to see a grand till evening, and her father never questioned HORSEY & CO., OF
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)mile, my chil ." had been in the morning ; her hat was on
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are her father said. Plowing
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control ; but she was very gay during sup- "Yes ;j" she passed him without a word KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR- Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &c.,
per; then came the time she dreaded-the and went up stairs. EIGN and DOMESTIC by writing ta: the makers, .
night.It Presently she came down with smoothed
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that she had given her love to a man who You are hungry and tired, Liline ; you 41' SIBLEY'S S -E.D"
despised it; but Emile had guessed some- want"your supper, and you must have some FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
thing, she had seen that by the way he told wine. He began to eat his soup without ''''T'' : : !j '>:
his waiting for an answer. of ALL PLANTS, for ALL CROPS, for ALL UI,l- '
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At last she slept. She roused with a warm Jacqueline tried to swallow, but something \3 Grain and Farm Seed Manual;History and best method
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"Father!I" He looked "I have
come back; yes, she should find him next up.
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himself; instead of feeling rejoiced h reasonable prices. ,
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times daily between Namur and Dinant has "Are you sure, my Liline? Will Emile TV. P. STREETY,
stopped near Yvoir, and has set down an make you happy?"
English gentleman, who at once makes for "I am sure I want to marry him ; if it Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
the bridge across the Meuse, and passing by can be done soon." T FERNANDIXA, FLA.
Moulins, takes his way to the ruins of Mont "What, the marriage?"
ai de. "Yes." Her white, calm face subdued -
, Frank Stonor looks very handsome, but him. He was sadly perplexed. He left his
not so happy as he did ten months ago. He seat and went up to her. .'
feels worried ; he might have sent to Mont- "You are but doing this to please me, my Eau NDAILS _
aigle for his drawings, but then, although angel! Unless you marry Emile for his own gittQhV RGuR +, Gt'f. d 1
probably Jacqueline has forgotten all about sake you had better keep as you are." I
him, yet he promised to see her again, and "As I am!I" Her tone was so bitter that =-=.
he means to keep his vow. If he does not he drew back; then she began to laugh, THE :MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY THE FLORIDA z
meet her, he will go to the mill by the Mo- pointing at ]him with her (finger. Now, discovered, as it is certain in its ---f N
lignee. But he has the matter-of-fact natureso my good father, unless you mean me to ask effects and does not blister. READ PROOF TOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
largely bestowed on Englishmen, and he him myself, you will get this matter ar- BELOW.
derides his own folly in having tied himself ranged with Emile."
by such a promise to the chance of a scene. Days went by. Except that she shrank Fcrnandiua,
Behind all this there is a keen longing to from Emile's rapturous wooing, Jacqueline Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS s.-
see once more the sweet face which so be- remained very quiet. She would not make N. Y., January 30, 1882. Towns on R. R. Line
witched him; but he is scarcely aware of much preparation for her wedding. She Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
this feeling. :said that Emile should take her And Cedar Key.
to Liege by- GENTS-Having used a good deal of your
He is half disappointed, half relieved, :an -by, and she should get all she wanted ; Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
when, having climbed the steep ascent to I only when Madame Hastiere volunteered thought I would let you know what it has
the ruined castle, he finds himself alone. her company and counsels she civilly refused done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
"I was a fool to take the trouble to come," both. [ colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large AND SHEETInOXARE
he mutters, for on his way he has called at I wish to be alone," she said. When I was breaking him he kicked over

shall the inn and arranged that his drawings The miller grew more and more depressedas the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his number of the most eligible and desirable ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
be packed and sent on to Brussels. the time grew nearer, and yet Liline, hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
Still, as he is here he may as well go up to when married, would live so near him that farriers but they all said he was spoiled. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes or for PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC
the watch-tower and take a last look at their ]he could see her every day ; but the girl'swhite He had a very large thorough-pin, and I A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
meeting place. face pursued him'even in sleep. used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin I City or Suburban Residences, call, and compare my prices with those of
The broken fern-cumbered steps bring I Sometimes, too, she came up suddenly, and Cure: and it took the bunch entirely off,and other houses, here or elsewhere.
him! into sudden view, and there comes a clasping her arms round him kissed him, band e sold afterwards for$1800(dollars). have
little cry. This is followed by such a cho- was gone like some fairy creature. And used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit UPON EASY TERMS.
rus from the jackdaws that it sounds like a yet, if he summoned courage to ask if she has always cured completely and left the obtained for new inventionsor
welcome as ho reaches the grass plot. was happy she would be as saucy as ever, leg smooth. PATENTS for improvements in old
Jacqueline stands by the watch-tower, and and pinching his cheek or his ear{ she It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to ones. Caveats, Infringements, Trade-Marks
every expression but joy vanishes when she asked what did he know about a youngIllaid's have[ recommended !it to a good many, and and all patent business promptly attended
sees her over. fancies? they: all say it does the work. I was in Wither parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
Stonor had forecast and arranged a few On the night before the wedding her !ngton Kneeland's drug store,in Adams, REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented -
simple words in which he should say good- father dreamed of her more than ever, she the: other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou vial enterprises, who will erect on the property by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
bye to Jacqueline, without any painful references had! been fitful and wayward all day, and sent them. I tried to buy it, but could ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS -
either to the past or the future. He had almost conquered his patience, but he not; they said if I would write to you that << purchased substantial improvements EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
must keep cool, he told himself cool had borne with her, and at night she kissed
very you would send me one. I wish you would, ents in less time than those who are remoter
of let it give what pain it might. And instead him! with more than usual fondness ; he and I will do you all the good I can. for residence, or in which to conduct the, Washington.When .
following out his programme he hurried dreamed that she kneeled beside his bed and Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN. I Inventors send model or sketch,
on to meet her, and with a beaming look of begged him to forgive her; "Save me from business. I we make search in the Patent Office, and
joy and love he folded the trembling girl in Emile !I" she cried. He started from sleep advise as to its patentability free of charge
ins arms, and kissed her again and again. and rubbed his eyes. What was this? Was Kendall's Spavin Cure.ON INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Correspondence confidential; fees reason-
She breathed a long, soft sigh, then she he awake or asleep? Surely Liline, her able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT-
might gently pushed his face a little away that she long hair floating over her shoulders, had HUMAN FLESh.V by exemption for a term of years from ENT IS OBTAINED.
gaze at it. been standing beside his bed. He rose and We refer by permission to the City Postmaster
t 4 'Oh, my love, my king!I" she murmured; struck a light, and then he smiled at his EVAY, IND., August 12, 1881. taxation, offered by the several cities and and to the Superintendent of the
I knew he was true!I" fancy, but when he slept again the same Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
her The man did not speak, he only clasped dream came with it. When he rose once GENTS-Sample of circulars received to towns. Apply to ington. For special references, circular,service -
to him with an intensity that was painful more day was breaking in the valley, the day. Please send me some with my imprint, CHAS. W. LEWIS, terms, etc., addressC.
; then he let her go so suddenly that she sky, was overcast, and the light, stealing printed on one side only. The Kendall's Fernandina. A. SNOW & CO.,
Stagger' ; back against the watch-tower. down the hills to kiss the little river, was Spavin! Cure is in excellent demand with us, Office, cor. Beh & 7th: sts. Opp.PatentOfirce. Washington. 2tPATENTS
: Yes, I am true, I swear it, come what cold: and blue. and not only for animals but for human .
will ; you have my best love and you shall The miller shivered as if he had ague, ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
ha1t always." But all joy had gone out and J again he smiled at himself. leading farmers in our county, sprained an
of IllS} face e'ifc was full of sombre despair. It is Liline's wedding morning," he said; ankle. badly, and knowing the value of the .
I The girl's large eyes seemed to grow larger and then he remembered that the barber remedy for horses, tried it on himself, and it .
I and darker; she was reading all the terrible was coming from Moulins to shave him. did far better than he had expected;; cured .' -. :: ;A.;t ::: ; ; ; ",. ..
truth painted on his face-still she would Liline did not appear at breakfast, nor did the sprain in very short order. : :- HuNN & CO.,of the
}not then give up hope till his own lips had told she, answer when the maid tapped at her Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND. ttaue to act as Solicitors ScizNrmcAMraiCAK for Patents Caveats Trade, con-
door; but the miller called out to the girl to Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All Marks England, Copyrights,France Germany for the United States, Canada,
Frank ,etc. Hand Book
willed -the tenderness of her voice leave her young mistress in peace. druggists have it or can get it for you, or it Patents sent free. Tblrtyseven"eal't'experience.about
through him-" which is true: that But now he is shaved, and he has got himself will be sent to any address on receipt of In Patents obtained through MUNI&CO.are noticed
you love me, or-or-that you are going to into the new clothes he ordered for the price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KEN ":"'. most the widely SCIENTIFIC:circulated AMERICAN scientific the paper.largest 13.20 test,and
marry some" one else?" wedding, and the coach hired from Dinant DALL & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting a year.Information -
"Both, he said passionately, "I must has: arrived to take the bride to church. Send for Illustrated Circular. "i:: sent.free.Specimen Address copy MUNN of the Scientific AmerIcan -
1U3.rrit is arrauged. I have no choice, I must hasten Liline," he says; and he Sold by all Druggists. AMERICAN: Offlce.2tl Broadway New*CO.York.. SCIENTIFIC




,i THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY adjudicated to be due over forty years since SYNOPSIS OF THE PRESIDENT'S would allow the banks a considerable addi- NEWS NOTES.

We do not observe the presentation of any MESSAGE.The .
. tional margin. He prefers this plan. He I
} bills as yet in the House by-Messrs. Bisbee President begins his message in me- calls CONGRESS.In .
i : DECEMBER 8, 188S. attention to the inferior character of
3 and Davidson. The well-known energy of dias ret without preface or platitudes. It is our coast defences, and their weakness to the Democratic caucus for nominating

1 WORK TO BE DONE, IN WASH both these gentlemen give assurance that a noticeable feature."of the message that it resist the improved appliances of modern a Speaker, held on the 1st, Carlisle of Ken-

INGTON. Florida interests will be promptly attended brings to the notice of Congress the businessof warfare, and suggests that measures be tucky received 103 votes, to Randall's 53,

I to. As Mr., Bisbee is now: in the minority, legislation without guslf, sentiment or taken taken to strengthen our harbor de and Cox's 36, and was then declared the

a The citizens of Jacksonville take a great and therefore relieved of responsibility for dilation. It is eminently practical, and fences, and that improved ordnance be man- unanimous nomination of the Democratic

interest in the improvement of the entranceof the of the United States at for that
government rather dull to the ordinary newspaper ufactured for our naval vessels and coast party office. Messrs. Randall and

the StJohn's, river, and very wisely have large, he will be enabled to devote his whole reader, who always wants everything defences. He directs especial attention to Cox gave assurance of cordial support.

a standing organization to aid in directing time to Florida in general and the Second spiced ; it will nevertheless be gene- THE FLORIDA COAST. Keifer, the rather disreputable: Republican

attention to the work by active agencies at District in particular. rally commended by the thoughtful citizenas The Barge canal foreshadowed Speaker of the last Congress, received the

Washington, and the presentation of the a plain statement of public affairs. "As an important measure of National nomination of the Republican caucus.
'a value of this improvement to the commerce Referring first to our foreign relations, defence the Secretary urges also the imme- At the organization of the House,on Monday

E of the State, and especially that portion of death of Ex-Gov. Broome, on the 23d the President finds little to comment upon, diate creation of an inter-coast line of water- I last, Carlisle was elected Speaker, Lee-

. November, at DeLand, in this State, is an- to relations of dom of Ohio
except suggest treaty a more Sergeant-at-arms Clarke
it which has the St. John's river as its outlet. ways across the Peninsula of Florida, along ; of
Yi nounced. Gov. Broome was for a consider- intimate and mutually advantageous char- Missouri, Clerk Dalton. of Indiana
i We hope that sufficient appropriations will the coast from Florida to Hampton Roads, ; Post-
able period a citizen of Fernandina, engagedin acter with Mexico. He refers to the unsatisfactory between the master; Wintersmith,of Texas Doorkeeper
i Chesapeake bay and the Dela- ;
be made at this session of to
give a extensive mercantile One of
operations. character of our business rela- ware river, and through Cape Cod, and I and Rev. John Lindsay, of the Episcopal

practical test to the jetty system: as appliedto our principal streets bears his honored name, tions with Cuba, and suggests more definite feel bound to impress upon the attention of Church, Chaplain.

to the entrance to the St. John's and St. and his death will be lamented by many of and liberal treaty stipulations with Spain. Congress the necessity of continued progressin DOMESTIC.

Mary's rivers. Florida has hitherto drawn his friends and cotemporaries. We find in Our citizens are much interested in this the reconstruction of the navy. The con- Mr. Blaine has written a letter to the

very little from the public treasury for the Palatka HeraldJ.be following biographical matter, being subjected to very annoyingand dition of the public treasury, as I have already Philadelphia Press, which is attracting a

the improvement of its harbors and n v- sketch of the Governor: injurious treatment by the Spanish intimated, makes the present an auspicious good deal of attention.

The Governor Broome was born December 15, authorities in Cuba. Mr Blaine opposes the idea promulgatedin
of her
growing importance commerce time for putting this branch of the
1808 in District South Caro-
as well as the growth of the State in lina,, removed Williamsburg to Florida in 1838, and locatedat The condition of the national finances is service in a state of efficiency. It is no part Pennsylvania, of distributing the surplus

population and prosperity, will, we hope' Tallahassee. He was appointed Judge of referred to as being :v'ery satisfactory. The of our policy to create and maintain a navy revenue directly to the States ; he advocates

Probate ,of Leon county by two Whig Gov- balance-sheet, of the Treasury exhibited re- able to with that of the other devoting the tax on whisky and tobacco to
cause the real importance of these two cope great
ernors, in succession, although he was a pro- ceipts as follows: the use of the States to relieve their home
outlets on the Atlantic coast to receive lib-. nounced Democrat. The State Legislaturethen powers of the world. We have no wish for taxation.Mr. .

eral appropriations instead of driblets. changed the law, giving the election of For the quar-j For the remaining foreign conquest, and the peace which we
mere officers to the This act Tilden has filed a deed of trust
county people. was SOURCE. ter ending 3-4 have long enjoyed is in no seeming dangerof givinghis
The St. John's river does not need an ad- approved by the Governor, and notwith- Sept.30, 2883.I of the year. splendid mansion in Stuyvesant Square,
interruption, but that our naval strength
standing the county being largely a Whig Actual. Estimated.From
;; VOC'3Cof its claims at our hands, but the with his library, to the city of New York,
'> he elected of Probate should be made adequate for the defense of
county, was Judge ,
Customs. . . .
t Press should make common cause for the after a spirited contest, by a handsome ma- Internal Revenue. . 1---- harbors, the protection of our commercial for a public library. The building and con-
i : furtherance of all improvements of general jority. In 1852 he was elected Governor of Sale of public lands. tents cost half a million dollars.
, ; on circulation and depositsof interests, and the maintenance of our national -
the State and served from 1853 to 1857. He national banks. , i-557.8oo.88 1.543,199.13: The Boston Herald (
. nature, calculated to benefit the State. The also served a term as State Senator from Repayment of interest and sinkIng honor, is a proposition from whichno Independent) indorsesthe

Engineer Department: has made full report Nassau County, where he had moved in Customs fund, fees Pacific, fines Railway, penalties.Cos. 511.059.51 1.478.940.49 patriotic citizen can withhold his assent. choice of Carlisle as Speaker by the Dem-
etc. . . ocratic
1861. He was absent from the State on the 399.696.78 901.303.22 majority Congress as an eminentlywise
upon both of these improvements, and has Fees consular,letters patent and The President does not think it advisablefor
occasion of both his nominations and never lands . 863.209.80 ...4)6.790.20Proceeds thing. The Philadelphia Times (Independent
endorsed their of sales of governmentproperty the Government to establish, purchaseor -
fully The
, importance. sum either. He stood without reproachas
c. ; sought
. . the
\ 113,562.13 iS7.437.773U9.77054 ), on contrary thinks it a most
of $600,000 has been asked for the St. John's a servant of the people, and fiftyfiveyears Profits on coinage etc.. . 950229.46 run the telegraph system of the country,
of consistent Christian life as a member Deposits for surveying govern. he thinks have the unwise thing. One paper is published in
river and $500,000 for the entrance to Cum- ment landsRevenues . . 172.4151.31 J27.5)8.69 although they power to
of the Baptist Church attest his faithfulness from District of Columbia Boston and the other in Philadelphia.
. . . do so. He recommends that the compensation -
berland Sound. We hope our Senators and He as moved a Soldier from of Florida the Cross.to New York in resources . .. 1,337,189.63Total 1.643.912.01lliscelianeous 3,382,810.37 of United States attorneys and marshals In the South Carolina political trials, be-

Representatives in Congress will effectivelyurge December, 1865, and was visiting his chil- resources. $95.966.917-03 $ should be by salaries and not by fees, so fore the United States Courts, the case of

that a due regard to economy and efficiency dren in Florida, having been in the State The actual and estimated expenses for the that they should have no temptation to Mitchell resulted in a mistrial.

in the prosecution of the one month. He died in a state of comatose : Extensive losses by fire have occurred
improvement same period are: institute unnecessary or vexatious suits,
and that went to the brain
partial paralysis
of these harbors requires appropriations and heart and took him away. His sons, For the For the which, he says, "it is to be feared have in during the past week in Nashville, Tenn.,
quarter remaining
f sufficient: in amount to accomplish John D. and Thomas H. Broome and their ended \ 3-4 some instances been conducted for: the mere and Lynchburg, Tenn., where 22 houses

families were with him in his illness and OBJECT. Sept.30,1883. of the year.Estimated.. sake of were burned ; and at Brunswick, Ga., where
personal gain.
_', results. Nothing could be more
ActuaL .
death. I THE MORMON QUESTION.He the brick block of Moore & McCreary was
1; wasteful than the driblet system of carrying In the death of Governor Broome, Florida For civil and miscellaneous ex- burned. .
loses one of her old and formerly prominent penses. Including public build-, I says: I am convinced, however, that
on the work,requiring a large portion of togs, lighthouses and collecting -'' FOREIGN.It .
citizens. As Governor of the State he was the revenues . $5,134.300.58 polygamy has become so strongly entrenchedin
: each appropriation to repair the waste and eminently practical and prosperous. Dur- For Indians. . . fI5.38o.799.42j. 4,126,609,46 the Territory of Utah that it is is announced that a war between China
For pensions . . .1 26,285x62.98'' 53.714.738.02
i t. deterioration of the work already done. An ing his life no man was more honored for Military establishment including, attack it with any but the stoutest wea- and France is now imminent. Foreignershave
sterling virtue and integrity. After the war fortifications and river and
; earnest and judicious representation of the the Governor moved to N. Y. harbor improvements and ar- pons which constitutional legislation can been notified, and neutral nations
Brooklyn, senals . .1,I 13,513,204.33 116.487.795.67 warned to observe
importance to the general commerce of the where he has since resided, but the close of Naval establishment.and machinery Ildingvessels and Improvements I fashion. I favor, therefore, the repeal of the neutrality.

country of the ports on the Florida coast, honored career finds him back on his own at navy-yaid. I 4.I99.399-69 13,300,700.3: act upon which the existing government O'Donnell, the Irishman who killed the
i Florida Expenditures an account of theDistrict
soil, where he yielded in Chris-
it I we cannot but believe would enable up of Columbia. I 1,138,836.41 3.611,163.59 depends, the assumption by the National informer James Carey, on the steamship
t our tian faith his useful life. Interest on the public debt. I 14.797.297.96j 39.703.703.04
Melrose Castle in South Africa has been
Legislature of the entire political control of con
i. Representatives to accomplish much in the Total ;' .942.6JO.33'I44.o57.909.67
ordinary expenditures. $
THE SO U1'II'S OPPORTUNITY. the Territory and the establishment of a victed of murder in the first degree, and
interests of our State.FLORIDA .
:e It was nothing more than was to be ex- "Total receipts,actual and estimated$343- commission with such powers and duties as sentenced to be hung on December 18.

pected from so liberal a newspaper,but it is, 000,000; total expenditures, actual and estimated shall be delegated to it by law."

IN CONGRESS. nevertheless, very gratifying to find the $258,000,000; leaving a balance of The Message has rather a cloudy paragraphon NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

Wo are pleased to note in the proceedingsof Atlanta Constitution, in a white-majority $85,000,000 ; estimated amount due to the the subject of Government interferencewith -.-- -,- ---- ---- -

Congress, on Tuesday, that Senator Jones State squarely on the same line, on the colored sinking fund, $45,819,741.07 ; leaving a balance railway transportation, which is the

I :introduced a bill authorize the Secretary question, as The News and Courier, in a of $39,183,258.93. If the revenue for weakest portion of the Message.He .

!I of the} Treasury settle the claims of the :. white-minority State. Our influential co- the fiscal year which will end on June 30, approves of the Civil Service Commis-

State of Florida, fur expenses incurred in the temporary It now behooves says : the South to show that 1885, be estimated upon the basis of existing sion, and says it works well in practice.

..; suppression of Indian hostilities. she is capable of doing the negro justice laws, the Secretary is of the opinion that i THE PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION.

This is the Florida claim we referred to in without fear of impending statutes. The for that year the receipts will exceed by :. The President urges upon Congress the fa m.wcicyr

'. our last t i" uo as being!: of such supreme imporiancc grand show opportunity that she is is as now magnanimous afforded the as Southto she $60,000,000, the ordinary expenditures, including necessity of legislation, to determine upon I. ROYAL gotrbqBsOIU ptl0.1fW

} to the State, involving as it does proved herself to be courageous; she will the amount devoted to the sinking whom the power of the Government shall tLY

amount of upwards of $300,000. We are demonstrate that while she could never have fund. Hitherto the surplus, as rapidly as it devolve in the event of the death of the i ANY

glad to commend Senator Jones' prompt introduction been driven by duress into doing what was: has accumulated, has been devoted to the President, and a vacancy in the office of
clearly the removal of restraint will
of the bill, and we expect, as a not tempt her into doing anything which is reduction of the national debt. As a result President!: of the Senate and Speaker of the '

matter of course,that our Senators will unitein less' than right. the only bonds now outstanding, which are House, such as existed at the time of Presi- 4..25: ti

obtaining a prompt consideration of the That i is the doctrine that will prevail in redeemable at the pleasure of the government dent Garfield's death. :

bill in the Senate, and its early passage, in the South.of There!: are: some threat of a renewal are the 3 per cents amounting to He also recommends that the President:
agitation, looking to the adoptionof I
order that Messrs. Davidson and Bbbee may yet another Constitutional Amendment, $405,000,000. The 4i per cents amountingto should have power U>. vctr objectionable Ity, ;

obtain action on the bill in the House at but the principal promoters are ex-carpet $250,000,000, and the $737,000,000, 4 percents sections or parts of n bill and approve the "'

this session.: As the Secretary of War has baggers and professional perturbers. It will are not payable] until 1891 and 1907 rest.

already reported the amount due to the come to nothing. respectively. If the surplus shall hereafter CIVII RIGHTS.

State there should be no difficulty in havinga RAILROAD NOTES.St. be as large as the Treasury estimates: now He makes at the close of his Message the G

bill passed to authorize the Secretary of indicate, the 3 per cent. bonds may all be following brief allusion to the Civil Rights .4KI

the Treasury to pay the amount reported to redeemed at least four years before any of cases, as a sop to the colored people. It is i
Glair-Abrams of Tavare in
Eq., was
1, be due. Senator Call has introduced bills the 4! per cents can be called in. The latter, the least dignified and most disingenuous I
the city on Thursday for the of
.1" for the erection of public buildings at Key purpose at the same rate of the accumulating of paragraph in the Message, and marks the
signing a contract with the Peninsular
West and Jacksonville. Senator Jones has up surplus, can be paid at maturity and the politician instead of the statesman. What
Railroad Company to grade and complete in
also introduced a bill appropriating $100,000 moneys requisite for the redemption of the the Supreme Court d ei.le(1 was, that} negroes POWDERAbsolutely
readiness! for the iron the road-bed for a
for a public building Key West. We hope broad-gauge extension of that road from 4 per cents will be in the Treasury many stood in the same position as other people

that both these bills will be passed. Thereis years before those obligations become paY- under the law.
Leesbarg to Travares, a distance of about Pure.
very great need of such a building at both able. There are cogent reasons, however, The Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution -
ten miles. At Tavares connection will be
of these cities for the accommodation of the why the national indebtedness should not confers the right of citizenship on POWDER never varies. A marvel
made with the Jacksonville THIS
United States Courts, Custom House officers, Tampa and be thus rapidly extinguished. Chief among all persons born or naturalized in the United purity,strengih:! and wJioIt: Key West road and the Lake Etistis! road. More economical than the ordinary kinds,
Post Offices, Revenue offices, etc. them is the fact that only)' excessive tax- States and countries, subject to the juris- and cannot be sold in competition with the

I THE EAST FIJORID.CL.U S. Mr. Plant, of the Plant In"CstU1t'uf Company ation is such rapidity attainable. In a communication diction thereof. It was the special purposeof multitude of low test, short weight, alum or

has been inspecting the]work of construction to Congress at its last session I this amendment to insure to members of phosphate powders. Sold onl.>/ iti ((11l$.

Another very important matter in which now going on in Florida under recommended that all excise taxes be abolished the colored race the full enjoyment of social ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
Senator Jones has promptly} acted, is a resolution the auspices of his 38 100 Wan 1 Start, New York.
company.The i except those relating to distilled and political right Certain statutory pro- _
, ,. which was agreed to, calling upon.. extension of the South Florida Rail- spirits, and that substantial reductions be visions intended to secure the enforcementof JOSEPH'S \'i))}:JIY.,
r the President for information as to whether
road from Kissimmee to Tampa i is approaching made in the revenues from customs. A those right have been recently declared rernnmlina. Fist.
the 9th article of the Treaty between the
i completion. The iron has been laid statute has since been enacted by which the unconstitutional by the Supreme Coart ; any
ii i United States and of 1819 has been
4 from Tampa east about twenty mile, leaving annual tax and tariff receipts of the government legislation whereby Congress lawfully
i fully executed by the United States, and i if may JL direction of the :Si:>Tnp. or ST. JO::EPH.
not, what impediments, whether of law or only some twenty miles to be laid to complete have been cut down to the extent of !supplement the guaranties which the Con is pleasantly located in one of the LeuHbit t

the connection.The at least $-50,000,000 or $60,000,000. stitution affords for the equal enjoyment) by portions of :Florida.
fact, interfere with such execution.
Rowland's Bluff Railroad, which The }>>President however, does not advise all the citizens of the United Suites of every The bniltlincr.'whifhvitMmd i l.foial'y!
This brings up the whole question of the for a Boarding School}, i* large and airy.
.; East Florida Claims for the losses of 1812,, the Plant Company has also in hand, has the adoption of any measurefor: any very right, privilege and immunity of citizenshipwill The Course of Instruction i is thorough and

been completed to a point south of the large reduction of the revenue, but suggeststhat receive iny unhesitating approval." solid, comprising, both in English and
which has been
so long a subject of diplomatic S.,Jlt.a'e river nnd will reach Gainesville the surplus be applied to an increase of French, all the} brancbe" of a road education. : -
correspondence between the Spanish Hoard. Tuition. Washing, I H! aid
t probably by the 1st of February. our navy and coast defences for the protec- PHOTOGRAPHY of the stars now forms an >
Minister and the of State. Bedding, per quarter, $10.50.lu..it: ;; Lessons -
tion of our harbors.He deems it not advisable important part of the work done at the Harvard with of Instrument
Another cargo of iron has arrived for the use $12.00.
The only reason ever assigned by the United Transit and Peninsular Railroad and to pay off our debt too rapidly as it would Observatory. A region of the heavens Plain Sewing and every variety of FancyWork

States Government for not paying these an withdraw from the national banks the 15 degrees square is photographed at a single taught without additional charge.
additional is on its The Lets-
} ': claims has been that the usage of the Treasury cargo way. bonds deposited to secure the redemption of exposure, and eighteen of these pictures Payments required in advance.
f people will boon rejoice in the('stnb1i lJ.- Schools will reopen October 1st. 1SS3.
Department was not to pay interest. their note and thus contract the volume of be taken A is
merit of a through broad-gauge road connecting may on a single plate. map For further particular: ,. apply to the Acad
h To this it was replied that foreign governments currency. He concurs with the Secretary of thus made of a section of the stellar vault emy. 4-:
them with the whole railway
i who held claims "for their citizen; system the Treasury in insisting that no other 90 degrees long by 45 wide, showing stars
of the United States! besides the nar :McCartney Hedge I5osc Plants.
could not be bound by a Treasury regula form of security shall be substituted down to the fifth ''and sixth magnitude. I ;
row-gauge road of the Florida Southern HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDA-GROWN
tion" It is to be hoped that the Presidentwill which i is also completed pearly) ; to that, to secure the circulation of national bank Smaller stars down to the eighth magni- I Plants for hale at this place. Price? $2.50

promptly report to Congress the status point, where the Transit road is extending to notes but government bonds. Two expedients tude, are shown in photographs of smaller per 100; $20.00 per 1.000.

of these claims, so that if additional legislation have been presented : The one to areas. The magnitudes indicated' by the I
Ta" rej;. She will also have all rail com- Ai>t). UMBRELLA TREES.M. .
is required it may promply obtained. munication issue new bonds at a low rate of interest: to photographs do not always correspond to O'NEILL.
with the St. John's river, via .
The claimants have been waiting for the ,the Lake Eustis Railroad. take the place of the old bonds ; the other those recorded as the determinations of eye Fairbanks, Florida Transit R. R-

i fulfillment of the treaty stipulations from to allow the banks to issue currency to an observations. This is due to the effects of Refer to C. D. Furrnan, Fairbanks. Fla.

1821 until now, some 63 years; two entire The contested election cases of Chalmers amount equal. to 90 per cent. of the market different colors among the stars. A red star, Nassau Fibre

I generations having passed away while this and Manning. from Mississippi, and of Mayo value of their bonds instead of the face which may appear very brilliant to the eye, For beds pillows and mattresses, superior

tardy government has been delaying the and Garrison from Virginia, were referredto value. As United States bonds command a produces only a faint impression on the to anything, else in use. For sale by

payment of just claims which have been. the Committee on Elections. premium of 20 per cent. and upwards, this photographer's plate. June 24-tf FRED W. Horr & Co.






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: ,-'i:;;J :.. Chamber Suits,
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Parlor Stilts .
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S S Rockers, Chairs, Cashmeres
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. Bedsteads, ,
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-BOOKS: AND STATIONERY. -.... Blankets and Comfortables',

= Special ntttcntion is called
Bookseller, Stationer, to our ENTIRELY NEW stock: of Gents' Fine. Gloth.-ng.
Printer and Binder. I ,
Florida Lands. elegant cut and manufacture.

Gents' Furnishing Goods
School Books and Orange Wraps GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. all the new st'les.

NOW A SPECIALITY, A full lice of .
!tr Liberal discounts to Teachers and The Peninsular I-__ 00 I WH LE; *ALE! AND ETAL : f

application.Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on ANDTropical >ll6Y'"'Ve are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New-

59 W. BAY STREET O York leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
.JACKSONVILLE. FLA.CuriositylVariety :_---= Florida O

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I Supplies
For fientl'IIH'n, Ladies and Chihlten.HANDXEBOE3JE .
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:Silk, Linen, and Cotton. :IMLAJR/IEOItT:; Hay and Grain, GCO e :- _- -

Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, O zc _- -
Laces, Towels, Napkins, SUMTERJ ANDHERNANDO =
Dress Lining Buttons. H #sr SHIP STORES; I
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and Notions Generally. M .
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A ulot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- ;

TIES just received and marked low. I AT PRICES FROM Stoves" ** 00. s- uJe .,

Cur Stock of COSSETS is Very Superior.: 03v

4 Mii PICTURE :FRAMES, BRACKETS $1.25 to $10 per Acre O Crockery, Paints, *
:, Y VASES TOILET SETS, we offer a I : y .
tine variety. : Hardware CC
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FLORIDA AND SEMI TROPICAL CURIOSITIES I All these lands are in the central < Willow-Ware. 5 FINE STEAMSHIPS-

A SPECIALTY. peninsular portion of the State, and CITY OF SAN -A.3VT01VIO 1,080 '
= sr.rA1'E OIT 1'>u IAS, .
within fifteen miles of Railroads 1,543 TONS.
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O CAI1.0NEr, 1,5OS TONS.
successful operation traversing a territory M O 'VES'1'EItN.' : 1,210 TONS.

17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. which is being more rapidly h-f .:A'-
settled and developed than any other o YORK.

I BAKERY and XJ5W CONFECTIONERY YORK part of the State. < riii!t M tow* AI th n;Low st aXE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEKXAXDINA FORE11' YORK

The fertility of the soil and accessibility i- : THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jackson -
viUc, Ccdar T
n II.I I.\JI 11YXES hY: and 'cuinsular HaiJr(13<1.
to the largest and best markets I This I iue. having no Transfers between FeriiaiHlina and ew
M that he is now mi,Iv' to make. anv" make these lands particularly desirable FRUITS VEGETABLES and others.
kind(If The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED
HIIEAI, CAKE Oil TIES: for the cultivation of fruits and ACCOMMODATIONS; TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE: making close

on the shortcut po iiJll'notice. He will also early vegetables for shipment. For connections ROAD for JACKSONVILLE at FKKXAXDINA. and with hence FERNANDINA: bv Steamers& to JACKSONVILLE all point{ on the RAIL-ST. .
have on hand for the Holiday] *.,a fine assort l and immediate CHA?: TDLERY JOHNS, OCKLAWAIIA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
ment of there is
arge, profits
no industry in Florida equal to the RAILROAD
Gl'CCl'ies. Hardware. for LAKE WE IK.rJIKOrtill.
raiiging.J+:LL"Al from! orders one pound thankfully upwards.received and raising of early vegetables for Northern KILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.

rr."nijiy{! attended to. market:! DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, For freight, passage rates, and schedules] or further information, apply to

51ljali WM. HYNES, I:. \"'. SO(;'I'II".ICU, Agent,
For new and descriptive circular, Second Street, .FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
TO AKHIVK: address C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
v 1 c FERNANDINA FLA. Pier 20 East River New York.
500 BACKELS' ; ''.\T01'S. CHAS. W. LEWIS, 51-

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W. HOYT & CO. Or Ocala, 'Florida..,r' -. ., 38v.'J'i [t STEAM}] [{ SAW']} [MILL.] H. E. DOTTERERINVITES

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-f : constantly on handLumber -
a.on iawsojj c.4la ic gpcuruj for private parties .( <: .' ill FINE FAMILY GROCERIES 1
very rca-onablc 1
terms,at any hour,either I _
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tf: .;:,,,, ;::i1'?;t. .7 ; (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. .
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,,' I .. Steamboat Landing,,
C. LEROY ::.u tti;x l ;;Iot'dI-: -t.-i. ;' 'I"l ..
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'i l-'ourth St., between Centre and Alachua, ..,, : .:: : : f :. large Scans.Owner quantities.Special and Agent rates for Merchandise Schooner Sila in C. -i ntt COFFEES_,_f- ; .

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Ottin: lllniM (*l withmit extra oliarpe. .J: i-;,:: PLOWS. GOODS Received by Every Steamer .
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THE Art Amateur for December is a number or rope touching me oil the face. Grasping &.1.51 1ft mONS'LIVER JJIEDICINE.TPTTATI3 Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-J.C. -- !

il of holiday size and excellence. It con- this tightly I felt myself raised quickly to in October. Troy. Ramsey. '4'ew
the surface and was landed in the midst of : SAID OP IT.
tains working designs for a tea-pot (Japan- FOURTH CIRCUIT County Treasurer-J. M.: N.
my companions. It seems that shortly after It is mdfepenslble this Malarious climate. Peacock, New
.1? esque decoration), a dessert plate (wild gera- Spring Term-
'; ; I had become separated from them they had Wecant do wilhoat It. It saved us from much St. John's, 2d Tuesday in :March. Collector of Revenue-Newton I
nium) hand (shepherdess embroidery
a screen ), missed me and had tracked me to the place. Sapp New
srctq1f ':Her.J.C.Weaver, otTexas.'Twentyyears Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Troy. '
H* (a fan, Christmas-card box, doilies, and Most: of my companions remain at the of suffering from Indigestion Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-A. S. Ackley, :New d

mitres), repousse" work (cockatoos and dolphins .- old buy mines the outfit and needed my business in in Denver treas-is to and disc Llrer-was relieved by a package Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. LEON COUNTY. Trov

), wood-carving and jewelry; two ure." working our of it.--Bey M.IL Cullom, Grapevine. Texas. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Judge Vim. P. Byrd, Tallahis

j beautiful designs of children, with minute 'It lias done more to relieve and cure me ol Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee see

II directions for painting in oils and in mineral SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA. Sick Headache than all the other remedies I Fall St.Term-John's 2d in Clerk ;-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.

everused.' J.:M.Leod.of No.Carolina. Tuesday September. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N,
y colors; an illustrated report of the Feuar- It Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Tallahassee. gel e 1-
proved Messing to
dent-Cesnola trial ; a biography of Charles HEAD-NOTES TO DECISIONS... JUNE TERM, 1883.W. my family.1 cheerfully Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Ti'eas-urer-J. L. Demilly
testify to Its merits.' Its ; Tallahassee
popularity launbounded.
Sprague Pearce, with numerous original C. McCall, as Executor, etc.. of PenelopeHart .' :Eer.SAS Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce Tall
Executrix, etc., Plaintiff in Error,vs. Shaw,Batesvllle,Ark. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. hassee. a.
drawings; an illustrated notice of the Hun- These are but samples from the Duval 1st in November.FIFTH .
Chandler H. Smith, Defendant in Error- : among many Tuesday Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome
thousands of unsolicited testimonials Tallahas-
tington gift to the Metropolitan Museum received
; Leon county-transferred from :Madison. during the past few years. Ask your druggist CIRCUIT. see.

reviews of the National and Pennsylvania RANDALL, C. J. : for the original M.A.SImto NS'LI vER MEDicxzngmadeaiSt.Ix Spring Term- LEVY COUNTY.

Academy Exhibitions, the Sketch Exhibition .1. The power, of the court under the statute >ui3Mo. Take no other. Sumter Marion,, 4th 3d Monday:Monday in in March.March. CvuntyJudge-Jno. F. :McDonell, Bronson

and to auow amenament to the -------- ---- Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.
the National Exposition at Paris ; applies Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th lIonday.inIarch.
dramatic and musical feuilletons some fine amendment of a petition for the reestablishment Post-Office Notice. ::\ Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.
; of lost Assessor
of Taxes Louis
illustrations of Derby porcelain ; practical 2., After a cause papers.is remanded by the Supreme Office Hours-From 8:00:: A. M. to 7:00 p. M. March.Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th :Monday in Collector of Revenue-J.- Appell Ira Gore, Bronson,

articles on decoration, needlework and Court to the Circuit for further proceedings Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30A., M. Key. Cedar
Alachua 4th
after 4th in
china-painting; correspondence,literary and ,, such court has power to admit :Money Orders and Registered Letters from March. Monday Monday Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden

amendments to be made to the pleadingsand t 9:00: A. M. to 1:00: P. M.; and from 2:00 P. M Fall Term- hall, Bronson.
editorial notes. It is impossible to speak '
proceedings unless the Court to "
Supreme 4:00 P. M.ARRIVAL Sumter 1st : in October. MADISON COUNTY.
f too highly of the varied excellence of this otherwise directs. Monday County Judge R. M. Witherspoon
AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. Marion, 3d Monday in October. Madi.
superb publication. Price 35 cents $4 3. When a party has by pleading waivedan son.
; per Putnam 3d Tuesday in November.
Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday-)
objection which might have been taken Sheriff S. M. Hankins
annum. :Montague :Marks, Publisher, No. it is too late after action of the court Arrives.....;...,...... 5:50: P. M. and 6:05 p. M. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Clerk-John: Beggs, ,Madison Madison.

23 Union Square, New York. such pleading to withdraw it for the purposeof upon Closes...........;........ 7:30 A. M. and 9:30 A. M. November.Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner.

raising the objection so waived. Transit ,
A BUSINESS MAN'S' BOOK. 4. An executor of an executor is the exec- Arrives...................................... 5:50 p. M. Spring Term-SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County 7reas-urer-S. S. Smith, Madison

utor of the will of the first testator, unlesshe Closes........:............................... 7:30 A. M. Orange 4th : in Collector of Ret'enue-l\1. H. Warring Mad
Monday January.
shall at the time of
A WORK OF GENUINE VALUE NOW NEARLY and refuse to administer under renounce Jacksonville. South and West Florida- Volusia, Monday: in February. ison.Assessor
the will of
READY FOR THE rUBLIC. the first testator. Arrives................... 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. M. Brevard, 1st :Monday in March. ison. of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth. Mad-

We have seen the advance sheets of about 5. After notice to the executor of an exec- Closes .................... 9:30: A. M. and 5:30 p. M. Dade, 3d Monday in April. MANATEE COUNTY.

one-half of Messrs. Cushing & Appleyard'sFlorida utor, of a petition the reestablishment Arrives Sunday...... 10:25 A. M. Fall Term-
praying County Judge-Z. .T. Crawford
Closes ....... 4:00 Manatee
State Gazetteer and Business Sunday. : p. M. Orange, Monday August.
of lost
Directory, a writ of fi.fa.upon a judgment Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.
and do not hesitate to give it unqualified against the first executor, the last executor St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mall- Volusia, Monday in September. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.

endorsement as a work of genuine merit and cannot have the petition dismissed on the Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. Brevard, 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown

value. Having entire confidence in both ; ground that he has since the notice re- Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. Monday: in November. Collector -of Revenue Marion G. Carlton

Messrs. Cushing and Appleyard, whose abil nounced administration under the will of St. Mary's and Dungeness- Popash. :

ity and energy is undeniable, we feared very the first testator. County Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward
much the outcome of any such book as that Judgment affirmed.W. Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. Pine Level.
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines-
which they proposed. Ve have seen it, t,. McCall and H. J. McCall, for Plain- Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. ville. MARION COUNTY.

however, or a large part of it, and must confess tiff in Error; C. W. Stevens, for Defendantin Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. M. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. County Judge-Samuel F. :Marshall, Ocala.
our agreeable disappointment.It Error.L. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala.
S. C. Tucker
Sheriff Arredondo. ,
presents, with business brevity, a general Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M. Assessor of Taxes-S;,H. Wienges Gaines- Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala.

description of the State, its form of government M. Merritt & Son, Appellants, vs. W. L. SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. ville. Assesstor of 1 axes-Thomas Barco, Cotton

I a list of governmental officers, executive Wittich. Appellee-Escambia county. Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Plant.

legislative and judicial, a compilation Collecor
VANVALKENBURGH, J.: ville. of Revenue-Frederick N. Fov.
of census statistics, an exhibit of theState's 1. Where a party sells and delivers to another GENERAL 'DIRECTORY. Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Ocala.
financial condition and brief of reve- in Superintendent of Schools-H. C.
port or entry this State a quantityof Gainesville. Martin
nue laws; a chapter on schools, a list of timber on board a ship, and guarantees BAKER COUNTY. Fort McCoy.
railroads, and a brief description of coun- the United States Officers. MONROE COUNTY.
same to be of the season's manufacture County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson.
ties. Then begins a gazetteer of postofficesin ,.and of fair average quality, the measurement Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West
the State, under which is given the county, to overrun the specifications," the LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West.
a description of the city, town or settlement, Reg/Ster-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt
measure of damages to be recovered in an Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Key ll'esr.
with a list of men doing business there, how- action for a breach of the contract is con- Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. derson. Assessor of Taxes-W alter C. Maionev\ Jr.

ever obscure and unimportant that business trolled by the difference in the value of the Suneyor-General-Malachi Martin, Talla- Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, Key West.

may be. Then follows a classified business timber in the market where the contract was hassee. Sanderson. Collector of Revenue-Walter C. Maionev

I directory of the State, the different occupa- made and the timber delivered. DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Jr., Key West.Superintendent.

tions being arranged alphabetically, and under 2. The refusal of the court to receive evi- Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Olustee. of Schools-J. V. Harris.: Key
each the names of in that line West.
everyone dence in such of the difference in
a case Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY.
of business in
To this will be the added State when with his post-office. such value in the market of Liverpool, where Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. NASSAU COUNTY.

the remainderof the contract does not provide for such an Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-
t gets through press, within a assessment of damage, and where there is Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. dina.
day or two, a list of all the landowners in no allegation in the declaration that the Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.

: the State, or such as own more .than ten damage was there to be assessed, is not error. COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina

sold acres by, and subscription an excellent and map.is The work is 3. The contract or agreement of parties in John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Assessor of Taxes Wm. H. Garland Fer

amply worth theprice Liverpool for the purchase and sale of such Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. nandina.

have to already every business used the man advance in Florida sheets; we timber, to receive from their consignors, in John F. House, St. Augustine. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. F r.
Pensacola, a certain sum in full for damageson Starke. nandina.

profit TimesUnion.for needed reference.-Jacksonville a breach of such contract to be completed BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-

in Liverpool, is not evidence of the value of State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City botham, Callahan. '

the timber as guaranteed in Pensacola, and Point., ORANGE
its market value in Pensacola. Clerk A. A. Stewart, Titusville. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.

i 4. The general rule is, "That damages EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Georgian Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.
t will be calculated at the market Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee.LieutenantGovernorLivingston na. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.
value of the goods at the time and place W. Bethel :, Collector of ReL'enue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Assessor of Taxes-Jameb: M. Owens Fort
: ,
4 Charles T. Johnson, an old miner and when and where they ought to have been Key West.Secretary lando, Orange county.Superintendent Reid, Fla.Collector.
prospector, arrived in Denver last evening delivered." "And evidence of the
value of
of State-John L. Crawford Tal- of Schools-A. Grady, La of Revenue-Richard H. :Marks,
from the South and is stopping at Charpiot's.To such goods in a foreign market cannot be lahassee. Grange. Sanford.

a News reporter Mr. Johnson said : You received upon a question of damages, unlessit CLAY COUNTY.
Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks.
remember that some two two is averred in the declaration that the
may years ago Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, OrangePark. Fort Reid.
young men of an adventurous spirit, named goods were bought for that market. .

Merrick and Matthews, started from the ranch Judgment affirmed. hassee.Attorney-Gencral-George P. Raney, Talla- Clerk-O. A. Buddington, Green CoveSprings. Judge of Probate-B.PUTNAM COUNTY.Harrison Palatka.

of the former's father, situated on the lower John C. Avery and J. E. Yonge, for Apel- Commissioner of Lands P. W. White. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.,
San Juan, in quest of some fabulous depositsof lants W. A. Blount for
; Appellee. Tallahassee. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sheriff Thomas Shall '.
gold said to exist on the borders of the Springs.
Public Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
Superintendent of Instruction K.
Indian reservation some hundred miles dis- Lucinda Gainer and others, Foster, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wm. Conway, Kingsley. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
tant. After several days' dur- Appellants, vs.
Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer
ing which they met with frequent signs of Joseph W. Russ, RespondentAppealfrom AdjutantGeneral. Yonge, Tallahassee Maxville. Strickland.Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.

Indians, they came upon a rude sort of forgeor Jackson county-In Equity. BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, TAYLOR

furnace, bearing evidences haying been RANDALL C. J. : Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. County W. H.COUNTY.Parker
at one time in active use in fabricating some 1. Parties owing debts and threatened with COLUMBIA COUNTY. Perry.

kind of metal; this, from evidences foundin suit, who are entitled as heirs at law to real see.ClerkR.. C. Long, Tallahassee. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Sheriff Clerk-John Thomas C. Calhoun Osteen, Perry.
the neighborhood they soon discoveredto estate of the value of $1,500 from the estateof Perry.
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent Scltools T. Franklin.
be gold. While looking for the ledge their father who died possessed also of Building, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Perry. of -

from which this float had come they were personal property worth over $1,000, before SUPREME Assessor of Taxes-L.W. Rivers, Lake City. Treasurer-D.
COURT. County S. Sutton
surprised one day by the Indians, who came judgment recovered against them convey to Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Perry.
upon them in considerable force and before a relative also an heir the real estate in con- Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.

they could make any attempt to defend sideration of her promise to pay the debts Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Lake City. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
Assessor .
themselves poor Merrick was killed. His owing by their father amounting to about see.Associate DUVAL COUNTY. of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST.

companion, after enduring incredible hardships $200; and one of the judgment debtors sues Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- JOHN'S COUNTY.
t escaped from the country and made out letters of administration of the estate of Jacksonville. sonville. County Judge-Til. R. Cooper, St. Augus

his way back to the home Merrick's: pa- the deceased and as such takes possession of Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. tine.

rents, carrying the mournful news of his the personal property; held, upon creditor'sbill CIRCUIT JUDGES. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Aug stine.

fate, but also bearing tangible evidence of that the conveyance under the circum- First Circuit-Augustus Maxwell Pen- Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
the wealth of the country in a small bag of stances was fraudulent and void as againstthe sacola. ville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St.t

nuggets of surpassing richness. judgment creditor. Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Collector of ReL'enue-\Ioses: J. Brown Augustine.
The matter of finding the source of this 2. The mere denial in an answer of a Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias.St. .

wealth remained in abeyance until early the fraudulent intent in conveying property be- see.Third Augustine.
Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus-
East summer, when a party of thirty miners, yond the reach of an execution against Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- sell Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall.

and hardy men, thoroughly inured to them, while admitting all the facts which ville. HAMILTON COUNTY. St. Augustine.
the hardships of a new country and of law in and equity constitute a fraudulent
t Fifth Circuit-Thomas .P. King, Gaines- County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY.
which I was one, started to retrace the route conveyance, is not such a denial as must be ville. Clerk-J. Caldwell
Jasper. Leesburg.
deposit testimony
Sixth Circuit-H.. Mitchell, Tampa. Sheriff-James M. Duncan, Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
which it was certain existed there. After nesses or equivalent evidence. Such denial
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. \
two weeks of forced march which must relate to facts and
a during charged not of the Collector
Revenue W. H. H.
., of McLeod, Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall, Webster.
many detours had to be made to avoid the conclusions and arguments flowing from the Columbia County.Superintendent Collector of Ret'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton
chasms with facts.
gapping plains were
of Schools-Joshxia H. Rob Sumterville.
seamed, they reached the treasure moun 3. A decree under a creditor's bill direct- Court Calendar.FIRST erts Ancrum.
tains. One day I became separated from ing the sale of the interest of certain heirs at CIRCUIT. HERNANDO Sumterville.Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke. I
., the party to which I was attached and found law in real estate to satisfy a judgment Fall Term- .
County Judge-W. L. Frierson Brooks-
myself in a forest of fallen timber, through against them, which real estate the heirs Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. LivP.
County I.1.. Blackburn
a which it was impossible to ride. Fastening had conveyed for the of Judge ,
purpose hinderingand Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville.
t my horse to a large trunk and nothing particularly delaying their creditors, does not inter- Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid Live Oak.
the I started the due administration
surroundings, in rupt of the estate by in October.
Assessor of laxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
search of I had an administrator.
my gone Washington Monday: after 4th
Monday ville. Wei-
Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions,
far when stepping upon some loose brush I Decree affirmed.D. in October.
Collector Revenue-F. M. Townsend born.
suddenly found myself falling down what L. McKinnon, for Appellants J. F. of ,
; Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Brooksville. Collector Revenue-Robert F. Allison.
seemed an inclined place. How far I went I McClellan, for Respondent. October. of
Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher Live Oak.
knew not, but upon reaching the bottom I .
Escambia 1st Monday in December.
Fort Dade. Jones
Superintendent Schools J. 0. C.
discovered myself in a sort of cave whichI Valuable Orange Lands i
for Sale This act amended section 2 of act of February HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Oak.

workings soon ascertained of a mine. was the underground Tracts containing twenty acres each of 10, 1879, and does not change the County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

My fright soon to choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, Spring Term. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. County Judge James H. Chandler, Enter
gave way my prospecting suitable for orange growing and truck farm- THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise.
instincts especially as I found I
was ing, are now offered for sale. These Spring Term- Assessor .
landsare Taxes S. E.
none the worse for the fall and I lighted of Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.Sheriff
candle which fortunately I had a very conveniently situated for transpor- Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-W. F. Burts, Tampa. -W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
tation, by water or rail and will be sold April. Enter
with me. Two galleries led from the bottomof on Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson,
Madison 2d in
terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- Monday April. Tampa. prise.
t the shaft with and debris taking I the had one the least encumbered tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Hamilton, 4th'Monday in April. JEFFERSON. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De->

penetrated per- large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.
some fifty feet when I found I in
t February 16,18S2. Fernandina, Fla. in April. Sheri T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw.Enterprise. .
vein of white richly seamed with
pure quartz Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. I .
metal mineral
a shining which I knew at
Nassau Fibre, in April.Lafayette. Superintendent of Schools W. R.
once was gold, but in thicker and richer Taylor, WAKULLA COUNTY.
streaks than had ever been known in the For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Monticello. County Jitdge W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

1 history of gold mining. All around aboutme to anything else in use. For sale by in April.Fall County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawford,: e.
Term- .
shone the precious metal. My candle June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. ticello. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordvilje

;' had become exhausted, and groping my way October.Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, :Mon Superintendent of Schools W. T. DuV al 1

back to the foot of the shaft I essayed in Amelia Beach. ticello. Crawfordville. .
:Madison, 2d :Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham Wau- County Treasurer- W. Walker, Crasr
vain to climb its precipitous sides wiih butlittle THE'IDLE HOUR is again open, under the Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. keenah. fordville.
I hope of its being of any avail. I began supervision Mrs. Sweeney who will
of. be Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondaye Walker,Craw-
Collector H.
At the of voice until I COUNTY. of
shouting top my was pleased to receive her old friends and th in October.
d County Judge-W. J. Dixon New fordville.
hoarse. Suddenly I heard an answering cryand public generally.' Choicest oysters, fish, etc., Columbia 3d Monday after 4th lIondayinOctober. Troy. CraW.
pretty soon felt rather than saw a cord constantly on hand. tf. I Sheriff Thomas J. Walkers New Troy. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds
Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.

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Professional and Business Cards. REAL ESTATE. I In the Justice's Court, Nassau AN ORDINANCE CARD


E. LEROY JONES, M.D., WM. F. WOOD, Jr., vs. V. R. BR -rOL. TAXES. .
Florida Lands. OF FLORIDA,
STATE Council-
person shall engage in or '
You are hereby notified that a writ of at- manage the business, profession FERNANDINA &
Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, occupa- JACKSONVILLE R. R.
I tachment has been issued againstyou the tion referred to in this Ordinance, unless a I

FERNANDINA, FLA. said V.R. Bristoland your property attached, city license shall have been procured from In Effect November 19th, 1883.
!! to satisfy the demand of Win. F. Wood, Jr., the City Collector, which license shall be .
i The Peninsular I-- amounting to the sum of six dollars and issued to each person on receipt of the SOUTH.
Calls answered promptly day or night,and properamount Day Pas.1\'t Pas.
sixty cents. together with the Clerk's fee of
furnished without extra '
Medicine charge. Now unless shall before G.W. A.M. P.M..
Office hours :-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2 you appear twenty-five cents for each license and shall Leave Fernandina................. 6.15 7.00
Justice of in be
the Peace and
AND Schuyler, a signed by the Collector and City Clerk.
I 22 Leave Hart's Road Junction.
8. ..
and 7 ly said his office Fernandina No license 5.25 7.45
at at Fla. shall
county, be issued for more than one Arrive Callahan.................... 8.40
on the 20th day of December A. D. 1883 at and all
year shall expire on the Leave Callahan...............
DR. "V. E. SNYDER, --JTropical Florida 10 a. m.,judgment will be rendered against first day of October of ..:.... 7.38 9.20
each year; but frac- Leave Dutton......
and ............ ...? 8.05 9.53
sold to the tional
''H 0 a you Dated this your 20th property day of October pay, 1883.debt. that day licenses at may be issued to expire on Leave Brandy Branch............. 8.18 10.08

z 47 ,Y\I. F. WOOD JR. from a proportionate rate, estimating Arrive Baldwin..................... 8.35 10.32
H : RAILROAD COMPANIES I the license the first is day of the month in which Leave Baldwin....................... 8.55 10.42

= Commissioner's Sale. I SEC. 2 so issued. Leave Maxville.................... 9.17 11.08
0a businesses, professions and oc- Leave Highland..................... 9.44 11.32
-3I,: is o= ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE BY VIRTUE' OF AN ORDER OF THE be cupations collected for which such license tax shall Leave Lawtey......................... 9.49 11.52
County Court, in and for the County of are hereby declared to be those

..=l'0; -=" COUNTIES OF Nassau, I will sell to the highest bidder, in mentioned in Section 11 of an Act of the Leave Temple's....................10.04 12.12.A.M.

rt front of the Court-House, in the County of Legislature of 1883, entitled "An Act for the Leave Starke.........................10.12 12.20
.. Nassau Florida,on the first Monday in Jan- Assessment and Collection of Revenue," ap- Leave Thurston.....................10.23 12.40
uary, A. D. 1884, the following real estate, proved March 5, 1883, and for which cities Arrive Waldo.......................10.43 1.10
,,'u. B. C. DURYEE, ALACHU, belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Brad- license may impose license tax ; and the amount of Leave Waldo.......................11.05 1.50

dock, deceased_ situate _and being_in the in such tax business.for which each person engaged Leave Gainesville.................11.54 3.00P.
n EXERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, county of Nassau, Florida : that is forty .' nrnfcssinn nr cl1nltinn- .
acres of the Francis Wood grant, in town- shall be liable is hereby declared to be fifty Leave Arredondo.................12.12 3.30

CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, ship 2 north, range 25 east, bounded as fol- per SEC.cent..3. of All the amount fixed by said act. Leave Batton.......................12.24 3.50

M-A-R1ION lows : On the east by section 15. north by restrictions, requirements and Leave Archer.......................1240 4.40
FERXANDINA, FLA. lands of Florida Railroad, and on the west vided penalties in the, and the manner of collecting, pro- Leave Bronson....................... 1.06 5.35
by main run of Summerlin's Branch, the for act above mentioned, are hereby Leave Otter Creek......*.......... 1.38 6.35
Hay, Corn, Oats STJIMITIEIR AND line commencing at the Transit Railroad adopted the of the collection of license taxes in Leave Rosewood ................... 2.08 7.35
one-quarter of a mile from the southeast cor- City so far as the same Arrive Cedar Key.................. 2.36 8.15
"'. K. BAUKNIGIIT, ner of the grant; thence north 20 chains toa may apply, except express companies or
HERNANDO, stake ; thence west 80 chains to run of their agents, who shall pay only twenty-five GOING
AGENT, of branch ; thence the run of branch south- dollars for each year. NORTH.Day Pas. Nt Pas.'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL eat to the railroad ; thence along the rail- SEC. 4. The Collector shall transmit to the A. f. P.M.

AND STOCK DEALER, AT PRICES FROM: road to starting point. Council, at its first meeting in each month, Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.00 6.00

BUTCHER ANDDcnler Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for titles.J. a statement showing the amount of moneys Leave Rosewood.................... 7.32 6.45

in Ice A. EDWARDS, received for licenses during the preceding Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.03 7.40
$1.25 Commissioner. month, with the name of each person pay- Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39 8.45
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, to $10 per Acre.All Fernandina, Fla., December 4, 1883. ing the same, the amount paid by each the Leave Archer........................ 9.07 9.35

BROOM STREET WHARF, date of such payment, and the business or Leave Batton......................... 9.23 9.55

19.tf! FERNANDINA, FLA. AN ORDINANCETo profession for which the same was issued; Leave Arredondo................... 9.38 10.20
and said statement shall be signed by the Leave Gainesville.................10.00 11.00
LOUIS A. C. LANGE, these lands are in the central Provide a Fire Department for the City of Collector and Clerk ; and the Collector shall Arrive Waldo......... ............1042 12.00A.
Fernandina. pay to the Treasurer the amount collected

UPHOLSTERER, peninsular portion of the State, and BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR by him for licenses on the first day of each Leave. Waldo.........................10.52 1.35. M. C"

-. within fifteen miles of Railroads in Council of the City of Fernandina: month. Leave Thurston...................11.13 2.10
Foot of Centre Street, SECTION 1. That a Fire Department shall SEC. 5 All Ordinances, or parts of Ordinances Leave Starke..........................11.28 2.35
successful operation traversing a ter- be organized by the Council for the City of conflicting with the provisions of Leave Temple's ....................11.36 2.50
FEIINAXDINA, FLORIDA. Fernandina, and shall consist of as much this Ordinance are hereby repealed. Leave La\\tey........................11.53 3.25P.
ritory which, is being more rapidly force and such officers as the Council shall Passed first reading October 10, 1883. .l\f.

Furniture repaired in the best manner. specify. There shall be one Chief and a Passed second reading October 31, 1883. Leave Highland..:.................12.09 4.00
Hair Mattresses:: made to order at short settled and developed than any other First and Second Assistant, to be elected by Passed third reading, and adopted, October Leave Maxville......................12.27 4.30

notice. 36 the Council and to hold office for the term 31, 1883. Arrive Baldwin ....................12.51 5.10
part of the State. of one year, or until their successors are G. F. AVERY, Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.11 5.45 .
JAMCS JIcGIFFIN, elected; said officers to be elected at the President of Council pro tern. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.29 6.15

AND BUILDER, The fertility of the soil and accessi- first regu'ar meeting of Council in Nov- Attest : Leave Dutton......................... 1.44 5.40

I 0ONTACTOIt ember in each year. W. F. WOOD, Jr., City Clerk. Arrive Callahan.................... 2.10 72.5
between bility to the largest and best markets SEC. 2. The Fire Department shall be un- Approved: Leave Callahan...................... 2.22 8.00
Alachua Street, Second and Third, der the control of the City Council and the F. C. SUHRER
make these lands Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.03 9.10 .
FERXANDINA, FLA. particularly Council shall have general superintendenceof 50 Acting Mayor. Arrive Fernandina................. 3.37 9.50

Orders and estimates from a distance carefully ble for the cultivation of fruits and ment.all property belonging to said Depart- RAILROADS. $ r Day Passenger daily except Sunday;

attended to. 25-tf SEC. 3. The Chief Engineer shall have su- Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR.
early vegetables for shipment. For
preme command of the Fire Department at .
O. S. OAKES, large and immediate profits there is all fires; and in his absence the assistants in FLORAL CITY- ROUTE. [ DIVISION.GOING .
the order named.
C OXTIiACTOK AND BUILDER, no industry in Florida equal to the SEC. 4. That it shall not be lawful for an FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN 11.K. SOUTH.
(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Pas.
organization of firemen to have anything to Day Nt Pas.
MANUFACTURES raising of early vegetables for Northern do, or be connected, with the Fire Depart- JACKSONVILLE, November 18, 18 3. .M. A.M.

DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF ment of the City of Fernandina without the /COMMENCING this date, Trains on this Leave Waldo,.......................11.30 1.40
markets. consent of Council. \J road and its connection will run as fol Leave Dixie.........................11.52 2.10
ALL SIZES. SEC. 5. No apparatus belonging! to the department lows : .'U...
Post Office Box
174. For new and descriptive circular, shall be assigned to anv nrivate WESTWARD.No. Leave Hawthorne............ ....12.08 2.36
jan4: Fernandina, Fla use without the written consent of the Chief i 3. No. 1. Leave Lochloosa..................12.25 3.02
address and the approval of the chairman of the Mail. Leave Orange Lake..12.51 3.35

F. "W.C ANSLEY, OHAS. W. LEWIS, Committee on Fire Department.' Leave Jacksonville....... 3.40 p m 8.00 a m Leave Anthony Place............ 1.16 4.15

SEC. 6. The different companies shall "" Baldwin ............ 5.45pm 8.14am Leave Silver Spring.............. 1.43

c Land Commissioner, choose their own officers and manage their Lake City........... 9.5.311l1} 10.42 a m Leave Ocala............................ 2.00 5.00 _
own internal affairs. Live Oak............12.50am 11.34am Leave Lake Weir Station........ 2.40 6.00 .

.' 1-1 Fernandina, Fla., SEC. 7. That in case of any disagreement :Madison ............ 2.45am 1.16pm Arrive Wildwood.................. 3.05 6.40
ArriveMonticello........ 5.30am
between tire pm
I Or Ocala Florida. 38 a and the Chief
company or
other officer of the Department the Tallahassee...... 7.05am 3.50pm
same Leave Tallahassee......... 7.45 4.00 A.M. P. M.
shall, after the emergency, be referred to the ,............. f\ a m pmArriveQuincy Leave'Vildwood..... .............. 6.55 6.30
J..J a in
Iii LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Council, who shall decide the matter in con- .. Chatta. River......11.15am< pm Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.15

-- -- -- troversy.SEC Leave River Junction... 5.45pm Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.25
I Dissolution or : 8. That the Chief Engineer shall have Arrive \1arianna........... 6.55 6.00 pill Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22
Partnership. power to suspend at any time any member Pensacola........... pin Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9.05
Y MUTUAL CONSENT, THE CO- of the Fire Department or any company for 5' ..... 11.45pm Leave Orange Lake................. 9.12 9.55
Smith+ ,itle Centre St., near the Depot: partnership heretofore existing besweenJ. any act calculated to cause a disturbance or ., Montgomery:Mobile.............. 4.45am 6.55 a m Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.40

rumiDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND II. McGINNIS and W. S. RAWSON i is bring disgrace upon the Department, until New Orleans...... 10.10 Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.54 11.10

MADE TO ORDER.r dissolved. The said McGinnis retires, and such Council time for as he can bring the case before Nashville........... 7.15pm a m Leave Dixie.........................10.11 11.40

said Ilawson continues in the business alone. investigation. I' Louisville.......... 2.20am A. l\1.
AIl work warranted. All parties having any claims to settle with SEC. 9. All repairs to apparatus shall be 'I Cincinnati......... 6.45an1 Arrive Waldo... ..................10.35 12.15
done under
the aforesaid firm will adjust them with W. direction of the Committeeon
S. Ilaw&on, who has assumed all debts and Fire Department.SEC. STWARD.No. JS3'Day Passenger daily except Sunday ;
JDOW'S 10. 4. No. 2. Night Passenger daily.- .
liabilities of the said partnership.J. Any company desiring to join the
Fire Department shall apply in writing, Accom.' :Mail.:
II. McGINNIS, Arrive Jacksonville...... 7.30am 9.00
JAMAICA its officers pIll
GINGER through to Council, stating
CORDIAL W. S. RAWSON. the number proper of members its. Leave Baldwin ............ 6.00am 8.21 pm FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. H.
:officers, etc.
October 15 1883. ;
Lake ..........
: AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT A such application to be indorsed by the Chair- City. 2.20 a m 6.18 p m GOING SOUTH.

1XOT all the medicinal Having purchased the entire stock of man of the Committee on Fire Department. .. Live Oak..12.15 a in 5.25 p m Leave Fernandina.....................10.30 a. m!'
Madison ............
tn- +of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root.proper-It Horses, Carriages etc., belonging to the late SEC. 11. Each company shall adopt some Monticello ......... 5.50 8.40 pm 4.03 1.55pm pm Leave Hart's Road.....................11.05 a. m.
ik very pleasant to take, andii'l firm McGinnis & Lawson, I shall con- uniform or badge to be worn when on duty, Tallahassee........ 4.40pm l.llpm Arrive Jacksonville12.10 p. Dl.
which uniform
shall be
or badge reported to
< !;ES; INDIGESTION tinue the business at the old stand, and respectfully and approved by Council. The Council shall Arrive Tallahassee....... 3.!);) p 111 1.01 pm GOING NORTH.

HEADACHE, solicit a continuance of the patronage also uniform be Leave Quincy............. 2.20pm 11.56am Leave Jacksonville..................... 3.15 p.m.
adopt a or badge to worn
COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP: COLIC, of the customers of the late firm. by the Chief and Assistants when on duty. Leave Chatt'chee Riverl2,10 p m 11.15 a m Leave Hart's Road..................... 4,25p.m.

W. S. RAWSON. SEC. 12. The Chief shall with the River Junction... 11.00am Arrive Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m.
DIARRHEA approvalof
DYSENTERY, Fernandina, Fla., October 16, 1883. Council, make such further rules and :\ .......... 10.05am JSF Trains daily except Sunday.

1 PAINS reg- Leave Pensacola........... 5.15am
in the Skuiach: and Bowels, ulations for the government of the depart- SUNDAY TRAINS.
Commissioner's Sale.BY Montgomery.....
;""I 11 MALARIA, )' warming and stimulat- VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE ment Passed as he first may reading deem October necessary.3, 1883. Mobile............... 11.55pm 9.45pm Arrive Leave Fernandina Jacksonville..8.25.....7.00 a. m. 4.30 p.m.

"V the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy County Court in and for the County of Passed second reading October 1i, 1883. New Orleans...... 6.15pm Leave a. m. 5.55 p. m.

:I1'lion. Sold by Nassau Florida, I will sell to the highest Passed third reading October 17, 1883 and Nashville.......... 8.23am Jacksonville..9.10 a. m. 6.45p.m.Arrive .
14 Louisville........... Fernandina..l0.35 a. m. 8.15 p. m.
PALMER BRO'S, bidder in front of the Court-House in the adopted. 1.00 a m

Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. County of Nassau. Florida on the first Monday FRED W. HOYT, Cincinnati ......,.. 8.55pm
r.'!- Also: Agents; for DOW'S JAMAICA in January, A. D. 1884, the followingreal President of Council. Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily CONNECTIONS.
(t'IN; (;K11 ALE, the only Ginger Ale made estate belonging to the estate of Nelson Attest: except Sunday. >

lhullt pepper. 22 Parker, deceased-sold to pay debts : said W. F. WOOD JR., City Clerk. I Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
lands situated and lying and beirfg in the Approved: Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers
With New York and
Fernandina Steam-
Countv of Nassau and State of Florida described Jacksonville to New Orleans daily.
Line from New York
SEA ship on Tuesday and
ISLAND ROUTE.THE as follows : That portion of Little 47 Acting Mayor. CONNECTIONS.At for New York .
on Thursday.
Pine Island known as Section ((47)) forty- Jacksonville with Waycross Line for rt
-- With Sea Island Route from and
to Savan-
seven, Township ((3)) three North, of Range AN ORDINANCETo all points North and East; with the Fernan-
STEAMER ((28)) twenty-eight East that is contained in Amend Ordinance dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT .

Lots: ((1)) one. one and a half ((1J), two ((2)), to an Prevent the Erection etnitled 'An Ordinance dina ; and with Steamers for all points on CALLAHAN. ,

three ((3)), three and a half (3k), six ((6)), and Buildings and to Provide Greater of Wooden the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. To and from Savannah and Charleston
/ seven ((7)) according to map showing the sub- Against Fires Security At Baldwin with Florida Transit & Pen- and all points :North and West, daily.AT .
divisions of said island Approved August'5, 1876. insular Railroad for Gainesville
r" '," lti containing 23 77-100 Ocala, Fer-
acres, more or less. THAT SECTION ONE OF SAID ORDI- nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports. BALDWIN FLA.,

,:. .. / Terms cash, purchaser to pay for titles.J. be amended to read as follows: At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
tfi .-. A. EDWARDS, Be it ordained by the City Council of Fer- & Western Railroad.At and all points South, West, and Northwest, .
Commissioner. nandina, with the approval l of the Mayor, Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch daily.

('IT0.. ISRIDGETON Fernandina, Fla., December 8, 1883. that from and after the approval of this ord- Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturday AT HAWTHORNE,
inance, it shall be unlawful, and against the s. To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
"t'\TILL leave Fernandina for Savannah Sheriff's Sale.TTNDER security of persons and property in the City At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- WILDWOOD.
; and Brunswick :Monday Wednesday of Fernandina, to build, erect, or construct cola &Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
and Friday' on arrivalof train from Jack'lttv'ifefl AND BY VIRTUE OF AN any wooden buildings, or buildings covered sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans With Stage Line to and from Brooksville
/ ..
U execution issued out of the Circuit Court, (except the roof) with corrugated iron or tin, Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, and Tampa daily except Sunday.
't' Itet.llrning, will leave Savannah for Fer- in and for Nassau County, and to me direct- within that portion of the city lying southof and Northwest, and with all boats for Apa- With Stage Line to and from Leesburg.
tathhna and Brunswick on Tuesday.Thurs'lay ed, in a ,certain suit wherein Riley E. Rob- Broome Street. West of Fourth Street lachicola, Columbus and Eufaula. daily except Sunday. .

and :Saturday evening at 6 p. m. inson is plaintiff, and Margaret E. Bristol and north of Beach Streets. The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
and V. R. Bristol, her husband, and the All ordinances of ordinances
parts con- points West.ZSf With Morgan's Line for
1 -
> Key
('<'k Pass without Meals, $3.0O; defendants Florida Town Improvement Company are flicting with this ordinance are hereby re Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE, West and Havana. every Saturday : for New
I have levied and will
('ubin.' I upon sell, pealed. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and
cc cc in front of the Court-House in the
City of Passed first
reading September 12, 1883. Central and Western Railroad. Havana every Friday: from New Orleans
EU-nr.sioiit .* cc Fernandina, on Monday, the 7th day of Passed second reading September 27, 1883. Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths every Saturday.
7.00 January, A. D. 1884, the following described Passed third reading, and adopted, Octo- secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers
Through;: tickets sold to Sew York Phila- property, to-wit: Lots eleven twelve, and ber 17, 1883. and at new office southwest corner of Bay for and from Key West. :Monday and .
lelpbia.! Boston thirteen, in Block 150, described in a map of FRED W. HOYT
and and Jacksonville Fla.
: Baltimore. Hogan, Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday
I'f''\}r tickets and state-rooms, apply at the lithographed the City of Fernandina in 1877. Nassau County, as President pro tern of Council. W. M. DAVIDSON, and Friday. ..

)1.lpany'office, foot of Centre Street.J. Attest : General Manager, Jacksonville Fla. For information respecting routes rates .
Terms cash, purchaser paying for titles. '. W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. WILLIAM 0. AMES: etc., apply to I
Approved: Gen'l Jacksonville Fla.
J. X. Passenger Agent. Sheriff Nassau County. F. C. SUHRER, WALTER G. COLEMAN Gen'l ,
IARIlDIAX Ticket and
Manager. Fernandina, Fla, December S. 1883. 47 Pass. Agent. :' ,
.' Acting. Mayor.. Gen. TraA.g't, Jacksonville, Fla. D. MAXWELL Gen'l Supt. 12J :"; <

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THE FLORIDA" MIRROR. The Fulton Market Branch. To avoid the rush, select your Boots, Shoes Sail Boat Found.On 1,000,000 Brick --:::::::
:I This is the and for Christmas as for Sale,
name given to the new marketon Slippers early as con- ,Wednesday, near the mouth of Jolly At the lowest cash
Centre street dock, by Mr. Wm. Way, venient. Prescott's stock embraces improved River, Little Tiger Island. The boat when 2JX4X8: inches. C. C.price. Size of Brick
,. Il.OO.A YEAH $1.00 FOR SIX MOXTHS styles, elegantly and honestly made up. found STR.\TTOX & Co
; who represents here Wm. Ottman & Co., of was capsized, with sail set. The 4G-4m Macon +
owner can have same by proving propertyand Ga
Fulton Market, New York. This firm are,
'Ref ectiona the Range of Thermometer paying expenses. Livery Stable at
perhaps, largest butchers in New York C. J. WILLIAMS, a Bargain.

city, and handle more meats than any other FOR THE WEEK EXDLNG FRIDAY, XOVEMBEB 30, Little Tiger Island, I offer at a bargain my entire establish
' nOESEY's DRUG STORE. Fernandina, Fla., November 16,1883. ment in this city? consisting of "
Over ninety passengers arrived by the concern. One hundred beeves are butch- Carria ,
Bugg.es Wagons, Carts, Saddle
steamship San Antonio this week. ered daily to supply their business. Amongsome I =- Horses, Harness etc. and Carri ae;:
5 5 Wind 1
The steamer St. Nicholas has taken the of their best customers the firm numbers q .ct... ..1 Legion of Honor. Terms of purch e. CASH.

place of the Florida on the inland route to the Fifth Avenue Hotel, the Anchor It--I I C c-s) J Ponce de Leon Council, :No. 922, A. L. o Office and G. F AVERY f

fi Savannah.The and Bremen Line of Trans-Atlantic Steam- Saturday..Dec. 1 46 67 67 65 N. i H., meets the second and fourth Friday Street Wharf.Stable-First Street,near Broom ,

ships, etc. Last winter, through the efforts Sunday............. 2 50 67 60 N. nights in every month, at 8 o'clock. 46
Synod of the Presbyterian Church, Monday ?.......... 3 50 72 70 64-1 N.
of )Ir. Goo. THEO. STARBCCK Commander.W. .
,, embracing Florida and a portion of Georgia, W. Kittelle, of the Egmont Hotel Tuesday.......,....4 6.3 74 70 163 N. Notice to Tax-Payers.

has been in session during the past week at a refrigerator storage house was erected Wednesday....... 5 60 66 66 691 K. E. J. WOODWARD, Secretary. I
for the Ottmanns, on Centre street dock by !Thursday .......... .6 70 N. E. am now ready to receive the State and
Gainesville.The .. .. ....... 611,69t' county taxes assessed for the
the Egmont Hotel Co., but the building was Friday. .. 7 74 E. Knights of Honor. can be found at my office on Second year 1883. T

Norwegian bark Memento, Captain completed too late for that season's business. Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H., next to Prescott's shoe store, on Tuesday stree

: Zacharansen,arrived in port yesterday, with The original intention was tO cater only for JULiRISE. meets the first and third Tuesday nights in Thursdays and Saturdays, when not on s a,
salt from month, at 8 o'clock.G. collecting tour in the
fifty-five days Liverpool, consigned the hotel business of Florida but since Mr. every country.
to Wm. Lawtey. Port of Fernandina. N. SAUSSY, Dictator.W WARREN F. SCOTT,
I Way's arrival here he has been urgently re- J. WOODWARD, Reporter. Collector of Revenue Nassau county

.t Mr. Balcom, of the company engaged in quested to retail for the city trade, which HIGH WATER. Fernandina Fla., November 8, 1883. '
Saturday, Dec. 8...... 2:17: A.M. 2:44 p. M.
; erecting ice machines and refrigerators has perhaps will be done. The supplies will Masonic.
Sunday, 9...... 3:18": 3:45: -
c furnished us with some points: of interest to arrive two or three rimes a week by the Monday, 10...... 4:19" 4:47": Regular communications of Amelia Lodge COTTAGE ,
orange-growers, which we will refer to next Mallory and Savannah steamers, and will Tuesday, u 11...... 5:18" 5:46" No. 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 :
' week. be Wednesday, 'I 12...... 6:17" 6:42": January 22. July 16. Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel.
stored in the refrigerator building. From Thursday, II 13...... 7:13 7:36: February 19. August 13.

Mr. A. W.Knight| the polite and gentlemanly here Mr. Way expects to supply all the Friday, 14..... 8:06" 8:23": March 19. September 10. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.

clerk of the Egnont Hotel arrived principal hotels] in the State. April 16. October 15.

' t here on Tuesday last, with part of the help ENTERED. May 21. November 12. Offers pleasant rooms,well furnished,with
Gentlemen who Dec. 1 S. P. Florida. Dennett June 18. December 10.
enjoy a perfect-fitting Col Savannah ;
for the hotel. Preparations are being without board.
now December 27. or Table Boarders
lar should examine the E. made for the opening on the 15th. W. B. Tucker, agent. At 7:30: p. m. Visiting brethren fiaternally
accommodated also transient.
invited to attend. ;
Mr. Bridges, president of the Atlantic, Mortuary Report--Amelia Island. 1-Schr. Pricilla Scribner, Farmer, "
Gulf, Coast-Line Railway Association,is now The following table has been furnishedus 2-S. P.Boston City;of ballast Bridgeton, to Master., Wallace, C. H. BERG, Secretary. 2 Miss LUCY 0. THODIPSON.FERTILIZERS : .

in Florida, with his private car. He has by R. M. Henderson, undertaker: Savannah, with freight and -

i made very considerable entries of Florida! ; passengers, to W. B. Tucker,

t lands in the lower part: of the State. agent. !
; : ocoxcn---+-raocn- I 3-8. P. Florida, Dennett, Savannah;
The San Antonio cleaned for New York with freight and passengers, to

; Thursday night, with the following cargo: : : : : : o >"H'7t a W. B. Tucker, agent. I have on hand, and am constantly receiving, supplies of
: :. : : : "<:3 S3 EPJ C: O 4-S. S. San Antonio, wilder 1,680
1,193 bo\cs oranges, 228 bales sea island cot- :. .: .: :. ?; -.=..o oo 3 ;!.w -a:. tons, New York ; with freight Wilkinson's Celebrated Bone Fertilizers
ton, 309 barrels resin, 151 barrels spirits, 384 :. .: .: .: o- .J t17 :;, and passengers to R. W. South- ,

logs cedar, 73 cases cedar, 46 barrels syrup, :... .:. .:. .:. :;I :: _...",w -00-.o, .... wick, agent. FOR FRUIT TREES, GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES. :

74 packages merchandise. .: :" : :to-a: .u aQ: 14 4-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Wallace, UNDER A NEW PROCESS especially suited to soil and
.: ,: "'-33.' :: _:= --<' !;;- Savannah ; with freight and PREPARED our climate.
'" (!) 'i pas-
:; :: to withstand drouth.
Amelia Lodge, No. 47. F. & A. M. meets : : : w8(!) .... : :;, 0 ;:! sengers, to W. B.Tucker, agent. crops
: : : : : c --Sold at Manufacturer's Prices, freight added.
; on Monday evening next, over Dury e's.. : : : : g : : ;A ::::: .(i 5-S. P. St. Nicholas, ,
.: : I : : : : : Savannah, with freight and --ALSO IN STOCK :-
store. As at this'meeting the election of I : : : : :0. : : pas
: : : : : : : il i( sengers, to W. B. Tucker. agent. Pure Ground Bone, Disolvel :Bone for Composting, Cotton-Seed Ifea!
; officers for the ensuing year will take place, : : : : : 8 : : 0 -S. '.P.-City of Bridgeton Wallace ,
J ,
it is that all brethren in : : .. : : : : : :0 2-: :'d Ash Element, Muriate and Sulphate of Potash, Land Plaster, etc.
expected good :. :. :. :. :. :. :. :. .F-:, oi Savannah;with freight and pas
standing will attend. :. .: :. :. .: :. .: .: .: :. c>: sengers, to W. B.Tucker, agent. 1121-; Send for Circulars and prices.
:'d 6-Schr. Marcus A. Davis, Long, ,P. IT1. SCOTT.
The shipment of oranges goes on increas- :: :: :: :: :f;:;1:: >t:=>OO .. Perth Aruboy.; steel rails, to Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883. fim

ing each week, in the face of a declining ... ... ... ... ..A'r:: 1O c :l'J'd Florida Transit and Peninsular
. ,
:;.. y
Q. yCJ Railroad
.p Company.
market. We learn that notwithstandingthe .: .: ,......,.: ;J.:' 0.::..-. a.... 0 11 8-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Wallace, NEW: GOODS
improved speed of transportation the :. :. :. :: A. ,y.w :-;,
fruit does not reach market in as good order :: :: :: .:.;. :: o; w o; 4o.oo "0'S to W. B.Tucker,agent. _

[ as last year. It is probably affected by the :: . :: :: a o ;: .:: :::,: -I'jQ 7-Bark Memento, Zacharansen, Liv-
: : o-J
drouth and changeable weather. :.. .: :" : :.< : :. :. :. .: .P :. :..::.: erpool, with salt to Mr. Lawtey. o

: : : ca :... d
The model shoe store of our city (and we : : : : hCO w' V. ]
may safely say State) has been undergoing :. :. ('!) Q. .:;1 (') I o-J Dec. 1-S. P. Florida, Dennett, Savannah ; BOOTSI Lo
: : :s a w" a ... with freight and passengers, by
alterations the past week, increasing its at- : : 1 ;..gc I
: : : 00- _. .n W. B. Tucker, agent.
tractions and conveniences. Mr. Prescotthas : : : !"! cS: -0)0.- A 1 '0"iI l-Sch. St. Croix, Fitzgerald, Port au a- *50V

now an unusually large and comprehensive : : : ? S w.da Spain ; lumber, L. A. Davis & A

. stock, and we think is fully prepared to : : Q'"OtjQ, : Q Q O Bro. c.
:. : 0. oooc'!) 0
:;'Q :: -< :;, 1-Sch. Silver Spray, Lamson, Fort de COMPLETE STOCK HM
shoe the millions both before and after : : m i
ut3 L1 .Qrn d
: : ::= .-.. ::= :: (') ::= ...... :.::.:.: France; lumber, J. Mizell & FOR
; .
Christmas.The :. :; 8 :; !f .:. 3 ?:i. Bro.
: !
new steamer City of Palatka has made :. T3yp'700_.0. _._ := :. ".3c1*, ao 11 2-S. P City of Bridgeton, Wallace, I( STREET AND DRESS.
.: ; : 0 : '0 Savannah, with freight and passengers .
an inauspicious beginning. She was delayed :-' -'.: ? 3 2o; ",:: by W.B.Tucker, apent.h ; I
nearly a month after the appointed time for :: ;:V:: :: 2": :: :: (b'> 3-8. P. Florida, Dennett, Savannah ; M LADIES' AND GENTS' COg

.! leaving, and broke down the first day out : :. :. .: 033 r; .: .: >. with freight and passengers, by ,
: : : : a::! : : W. B. Tucker, agent. j
' and :
was obliged to to Chester Pa.
. i go on :. : : .: :. :. :. -:. :. :. 4-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder, 1,680 ODS ,
i- the Delaware river, for repairs. She was .: :. :. :. :. :. :w :. :. .: tons, New York ; with freight CHILDREN'SAND w

..; expected at Jacksonville on Sunday, but did : : OI'jZ :ljZ: :lj: and passengers,by R.W. South- OSO
: : ra ('!) tt ('!)
(!) wick,
: not arrive off the bar until Tuesday evening, a agent. -.
: : ::33 "
,3ss oo 4-S. P. City of Bridgeton Wallace h
i and only arrived at Jacksnville Thursday at :. :. :. : wHa a z) -i INFANTS'IMPROVED H
... Savannah with
: : '
, : : : : ;.ooo.... ; oaa ; (>. ; freight and N
J2 O.' Q
z noon. :. :. -- -*- passengers, by W. B. Tucker, F1i f
; : 3 3 S3
. ; 3; 33; ; ;
The drouth :. .: :. .s= .;:>> :. .;:>> .S= agent. t<
long continues with sign
no ... w. (') "
P. St. Nicholas
: : i : : : : : : -: -, Savannah ;
of relief. The water-courses, wells, and cis- : : : : : : : : :0:0 : with freight and by
\ :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. ..3 :..: .. :.. W. B. Tucker passengers ] SHOES I
terns, are either dry or very low, and much . . . agent.
difficulty is experienced on the railways in 6-S. Savannah P. City of;Bridgeton with freight, Wallace and,

obtaining water. A very successful artesian The finest gent's furnishing trade handle passengers, by W. B. Tucker,

well has been bored at Daytona, Volusia the E. & W. Collars and Cuffs, to the exclu- agent.

i county, affording an ample supply of waterat sion of all others. 8-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Wallace, T STYLES, Z

a depth of 250 feet. St. Augustine is Savannah ; with freight and PERFECT FITTING
household Recipes.A passenger; by W. B. Tucker, 00 ,
about to undertake another artesian well on agent.
i laday reader has sent the Mirror the fol- [ GREAT VARIETY,
a larger scale. Fernandina should feel en-
lowing recipes which are published for the IN PORT. j
couraged to make the same effort. The feasibility -
benefit of housekeepers Bark Memento, Zacharansen.Bark .
of obtaining water has been already Signet (Br.), Yeo. d
demonstrated at Reed's mill. Breakfast Cake.-One cup of sweet milk, Brig F. H. Todd, Clark. FAIR PRICES 1 W
half a cup of sugar, one egg, butter the size Sch. J. J. Taylor, Shaw.
A First-Class Private Boardlng- of a walnut, half a cup of corn meal, one Sch. Snare, Smith. "- tt t W
teaspoonful of of tartar half
cream a tea-
lloiise. Sch. Isaiah K. Stetson Trask.
spoonful of bicarbonate of soda and a little H
Perhaps the pleasantest place for tourists, salt. Mix with flour enough to make it Sch.Sch. Sarah Fannie Potter W. Childs, Keen., Hart.

who prefer the quiet of a private boarding- about like gingerbread. Sch. Rebecca H. Queen, Smith.

house to hotel life in the city, this winter, Cookies.-One cup of sugar, one egg, two- Sch. Pricilla Scribner, Farman.

will be the new boarding-house recently cream thirds of of a tartar cup of, half butter a teaspoonful, one teaspoonful of soda of, Sch. )Marcus. Dam's, Long. -I[7TRESCOTTf I Il

opened by Miss Lucy 0. Thompson. The two tablespoonsful of milk, and flour sufficient O
=s ._
pretty cottage on Seventh street, together to roll 1; flavor to taste; roll very thin, Notice. --- ---
and bake quickly. A. C. L. O
with the new two-story addition built this By order of the Board of Directors, I. <

F summer, have been newly furnished A rare assortment of Gents' Scarf Ties James W. Fellows, President of the Fer- FERNANDINA FLA.

throughout in the most complete and cozy and Silk Handkerchiefs at Prescott's. nandina and' Jacksonville Railroad Com T 05
pan v, do hereby call a meeting of the stockholders -
manner, even to the minutest details, therebeing
' List of Letters of said company, to be held at the
4 absolutely nothing wanting that can office of the company, in the city of Fer-
} add to the comfort of guests. With Miss Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi nandina, in the State of Florida, on Thursday ARRIVING WEEKLY

Thompson's.wellknown ability as housekeeper I na, Nassau county, Florida, Dec. 8th, 1883. the 20th day of December, 1883, at the
Persons calling for these letters must say hour of 12 o'clock noon, of the said day, -
the it has
Lucy Cottage, as been for the
transaction such business
advertised as may .
happily named, after the owner, will prove : be lawfully) brought before the meeting,and,
., a valuable accession for the accommodation Anson, Miss Anna Johnson, Mrs Susen among other things, for the following pur- 4' 1 S1LEY'S SEEDSof
Easton, Charles Lewis, James L poses : '
of our winter visitors. Foy, F A Love, Peter To consider and adopt a suitable systemof .

.. Fitzpatrick, Tom McCall, Peter by-laws for the government of the AUj PLANTS for ALL CROPS for ALL Cl-
Proposed New Route on St. John's Green, J G Pirkins, John ration and the of its affairs.corpo- fllATES. Ail are tested; only the Lest sent out '
River. Harris Mrs M H Ransone, Victor D ((2)) To elect Directors to serve until the next of Grain culture and of Grains Farm,li'eecllUanual Root Crops Grawes;History Fodder and beat Cro method*

,, Mr. J. N. Harriman returned yesterday Hart, Mrs Rosa E Thompson, Pahud F annual meeting to be provided for in the several Plan'etc Inoueand. only varieties tO ts., FRET Annual Catalogue and mea List of onnc ruun SEEDS.
from Jacksonville, where he has been mak Jacobs, Mrs Young, Prince by-laws. JAMES W. FELLOWS
CO. Rochester N.Y.
ing arrangements for putting on a line of Jacobs, Mrs Margaret White, Miss Moriah President. Chicago,

t. steamers on the St. John's river to run be Johnson, Henry Williams, Anna A FERNANDINA, FLA., November 24,1883. -

tween Jacksonville and Sanford, connecting SAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M. Shall We Let the Child Die 9 i
I the present line at the Fernandina and
Jacksonville Railroad wharf. This willperfect The Unlanndried Brother Jonathan Shirtat First-Class Private Board. A hard-hearted political economist, looking at a pale and puny child

an independent line from Savannah $1.00 each, and the famous Shirt, can be I beg to inform my friends and lie public feebly gasping as it lies upon a pillow says that the child might as well

thence via Darien by, Brunswick rail to Jacksonville and Fernandina, and,and by found at Prescott's. generally; that I will continue the Private die. It is so weak and poor that its life will never be worth much anyhow.

steamer to Sanford and way places. It will Oranges. Horsey.Special Boarding. House of the late Mrs. L. M. There are already a good many people in the world who are of not much

make connections with the Florida railroad account And another
rates made for clerks and table anyhow. the use of adding to their number
From the
system, and will be an important factor i in Bishop and Harris boarders. MRS. GEO. DAVIS weakling, who has but slender chance of ?
transportation in Florida. The project has Groves, for sale at from 20c. to 35c. per ever amounting anything
not been finally arranged as yet, as there are dozen, at STARR'S, Fourth Street. Now ask that child's mother what she thinks about letting the child

'k several matters at both ends of the line Second street. Fernandina, Fla., November 17,1883-tf. die. About this time the hard political economist had better get out of

which remain to be fully settled, the detailsof For Rent. the way.ULet my child die? Nol No/ As long as there is a remedy to
which remain in abeyance.: One thing Now is the time to get
your photographs
'. is certain, however; the steamer Florida taken for Christmas presents. Nothing is One of the best truck-farms inthis found that will save that child, the child shall not die! Pll spend my last

: I will go down on St. John's river very core acceptable to your friends than a nice of the country. For particulars apply section dollar to save the child!" Well, try a bottle of BROWN'S IRON BITTERS .

shortly, and it is very probable that she will cabinet pnotograph which yon can get to MRS. EMMA FLETCHER, on hat child. See the poor little fellow pick up strength. He revives.
be placed upon the new route.-SavannahMorning taken at Colby & Rich's tent Cen-
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Netes. tre street, Fcniandiua. it Fernandina. August 11 other children have been brought almost from
healthy life by Brown's Iron Bitters. Your druggist sells it. 8I
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