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 15, 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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NEW YORK GOSSIP. $10,000 per annum. He was known everywhere ATLANTA. (Mem.-The "half brick" (material .
< or ver- practical
'" men engaged in their
verifying accuracy -
and had armies of friends. In fact
-- bal) of boorish lout
JCSTICE MURRAY AND POLICE BLACKMAIL ; a in many a community and enjoying the fruits of their own
he used to do most of his business by postal THE PROTOPLAST AND .GRAYS EI.EGY-THE. has diverted
a ship load of honest
prescience but
SEVERE TEMPERANCE LESSONDULLNESSIN i they also furnish an unanswerable -
card, and devote himself to fishing and AND NOW-GENERAL SHERMAN AND material and
a thousand dollars from
THE CLOTHING TRADE. ) many and confirmatory argument for the
shooting, of which he was extremely fond. WENDELL PHILLIPS ON
THE investment in their section !
1)) truth
of the
NEW YORK, December 8,1883.To His firm narrowly escaped being swallowedup SOUTH. For such burning words addressed by one
pleasant courtesies of the
your corres- most
gifted orators
the Editor of the Mirror: and they kept off the wolf solely by re Fonda pondent was indebted in ,statesman,and sta-
Special Correspondence Mirror. more than one instance tistician in the North, yet one whom
Police Justice :Murray has thrown a fire trenchment. They had to dispense with and here
The curfew tolls the knell of parting day. gratefully records it. To will accuse of over-partiality to the South,

brand, by openly denouncing police captainsas his services, and one of the partners is now The lowing herd wind?slowly o'er the lea, this pleasant trait he owes his introductionto in whose eloquent words, the peroration ofa

conducting their raids on delinquent traveling. These men are rather badly off The plowman homeward plods his! weary one of Atlanta's most honored and prosperous deeply interesting address lately deliveredin

liquor dealers, lottery dealers, and other vio- because they can find no other positions, way, A! citizens. Colonel Keely, from whose Boston I
And leaves the world to darkness and cannot do better than con-
lators of the law, simply for blackmailing and even if they have a little money they : to me. jjj&; lips he learnt some of the substance of clude these notes of a most interesting jour-

His argument, that otherwise it cannot start business of their own, because I these notes, and in whose
purposes. The time is evening,',thirty capacious ney from the Gulf to the Lakes, and from
would not be intelligible how a captain ona there is so little demand to buy. "The homewwd years his ago ; combining ,many houses, he first became Chicago to Florida.
plowman plods
salary of $2,000 a year could purchase city Anybody that opens a new business or a weary acquainted with the singularly ingenious Hear what Wendell
the herd and
lowing slowly o'er the says
way ; .wjilds
real estate and sea shore cottages is a strongone. new house feels in honor bound to have a contrivance henceforth ever to be associated heed it
: "Mene
lea, seekingthe: sheltefpT their rural homes, niece, tekel, upharsin The .
Of course, all the police authorities house warming, but the climax of this cus- with his establishment in the visitor's mindas handwriting is ,
but little dreaming tlift their wanderingsteps so plain on the wall
rise in indignation, and Inspector Thorne tom was reached this week when an undertaker "Keely's Motor." Without the
up and scattered even none but a fool need mistake it. NewEngland

resting places
remarked : "The man who said that is a invited a select party to attend the ere aid of the mysterious bucket of hydrant is doomed
another leave their just as sure as natu-
cycle, impress on the
liar." Yet they as well as everybody only opening of his new store. The person in crowded streets and marble walls of water of his Philadelphia namesake; Mr. ral laws will produce fixed results. New
a busycit
half familiar about town knows that Judge question is the Sexton of a Catholic Church, } Yet so it is. The singularly irregular Keely, of; Atlanta, sets balls rolling, and England has no soil worth mentioning,

utterances are only too true and and he opened a branch establishment in delivers cash
Murray's streets of Atlanta at its' busiest points, and receipts through all the ramifications and her wealth has all been derived from
could be proven if need be. Yet the actual Third avenue. The festive board," con- of ;his various establishments in her manufactures. These

evidence is so hard to get. Any liquor sisted of a lot of coffins placed together, so irregular-shaped appartments in some of this most novel fashion : leaving her and are gradually
her largest buildings'take their initiative eventually they will all
dealer who would state under oath and as to form a huge round table. Several From the two little
ceiling of
from those far off days. Cottages tramways go; some to the West, the most to the South,
prove that he had been blackmailed, mightas dozens of bottles of champagne were cooledin rose different inclination at their termini are sus- where the advantages for
along the winding cattl paths or shepherd'strack manufacturing -
well retire from business, for he wouldbe the tubs which undertakers use to trans- ,. pended at either end, and at certain way- are all located.
to be succeeded jn
harassed to death afterward. As regards port ice to the houses of dead people. turn by stragglinglanes side stations" are drops. When the salesman "The coal and iron in the South
and these in course of time by fairer are easily
lottery dealers, proprietors of houses of ill- There was a plethora of salad, boned turkey wishes to obtain change or have a bill reached, are inexhaustible in and
streets. Then came the of war and amount,
fame, etc., they are only too glad to pay sandwiches, etc., and some of the fire but receipted for a customer he unscrews a hollow the iron mills,the foundries and the machine
when the city authorities wished to
hush money and say nothing about it, for guests I am told were a bit under the wea- remodel and rebuild; lot the "ancient ball, places the bill and note inside it, shops can go to them better than they can

the simple reason that they would otherwisebe ther before the festivities were over. The alone afforded true and by means of a little elevator starts it on be carried to the shops. Then cotton and
ways boundary marks
arraigned for past sins. genial host, however, urged them on to enjoy its automatic course along the
tramway woolen mills
must there for
and so Atlanta resembles both Baltimoreand go raw materials
As regards the press, few papers are so the funeral baked meats and frapped Boston in the"Iquaint} above mentioned. It was curious to see are and are to be, produced there most
situated that political or personal reasons do wine, "for" said he, "no matter whether irregularity those silent messengers hurrying along their
cheaply, uniformly and better. Then look
many Its principal( .streets, and angle-
not hamper or prevent their proprietors or you do get dead drunk, you're right in the cornered buildings. But how changed appointed ways to the cashier's department at the advantages of the extra hours of day-

conductors from coming out boldly, and place where you can be attended to, and, I ; aye without any of the ordinary noise or con light in
even in thirty years! "Si monumentum a year's run. This is of itself no
even if they proposed to do it, they would assure you, gentlemen, there is nothing so fusion attendant on the demonstrative cash small matter.
queris circumspice! Six great lines of railway

have trouble with their reporters. The Police beautiful as a beautiful corpse. Upon boys. The balls were here unscrewed and As the South
to her crowded grows stronger and stronger
leading depots lines of ,
and Hall leaving, the guests all assured the host of the
headquarters City reportersare streets bordered with warehouses in solid change or receipted bill returned by the the wealth, culture and purer of' the country will
as closely identified with the police and their custom, and hoped that when their down line."
stone, six and seven stories high of be centered there, until she will become, not only
time he many
if of the came, would "lay them out" as
politicians as they were same stripe.
them rivaling in their interior So far so good, as to actual communication the mistress of America, but the central empireof
in of favors and if nicely as he had prepared the "layout"of arrangementsand
They are receipt any few the best between the actual termini But as the the world/" ALEX. CTRTIS.
capaciousness in Ne
the evening and make their widows feel concerns w
would kick
against the traces, they wouldbe
York or' Boston-one of these little tramways wound about through various St. Marys, December 11,1882.
punished by the withholding of news as good as the widow Cliquot had made enterprisingfirms
: departments and in fact
doing a business already of over $500- separate
which other reporters would get,and thus the them feel.Fanny houses, how about the interven- STATE NEWS. i
000 a year, and annually increasing the it
of beaten Davenport has just purchased a
danger being makes
many an ing counters? Here t
of their by a most ingenious
honest man keep his mouth shut. Reporters new play, written by a lady. I am not at range operations-miles of beautiful Escambla. ,

unfamiliar with the departments woulnot liberty to mention the title, but the product suburbs lined with charming mansions I and arrangement, the difficulty was overcome,, The Pensacola Advance-Gazette publishes

be of any use, because they would not tion is said to be very strong. She will pro- and villas standing in fair lawns and gar- : receipts at and change delivered as accurately the following circular of the Hyer Brothers

know where and how to begin their investi duce it after the run of Fedora," but this dens full of choicest 'flowers, public buildings I intricate any wayside station through the in regard to the shipping business of that
not be for six such as their Court and CustomHouses : departments as at the termini. port:
monts The authoress
gations, and being strangers would receiveno may yet. Balls lettered numbered

assistance.. Thus the system of corruption has only taken to,.play writing recently, models of strength and taste com or correspond to There is not much change to note in our
I each of these stations and
bined they of different

is allowed to fester and ruin our insti- as a means of support. Her lower limbs are while many- cr jgraceful church with"heavenpointingspire" i sizes. Cash ball No. 1 is freight market since our last report. The
tutions. The real remedy, however, is to besought paralyzed, and the poor thing has much shows that in thrush e the whole route and despatched demand for tonnage is still very limited,
being of a smaller size
in rational legislation, particularlyon difficulty in getting about. She supports a and roar of business life that better than the others though there is somewhat more for inquiry.A .
excise matters. The law as it stands is a large family of small children by her pen. part, which shall not be taken away," has touching certain, passes little and without few vessels might be placed for U. K. and

constant invitation to police authorities to The new penny afternoon paper Truth and not been forgotten by the energetic citizensof the springs" suspendedover Continent at 5.15s. to 5. 17*. 6d. on sawn
"wayside drop station. If cash i is
punish their friends or reward their enemies. Echo promises to be a failure. It is too this most progressive Southern city. sent for station No. 10, the ball will i I timber. We quote for Cuba, $8 to $8.50

By these I mean such as do, and such as do light to be a success, and the business The neighborhood of such a State as under the pass Spanish gold; coastwise, $7.25 to $7.50 with
freely hanging springs until thatstation
not "put up." energy and enterprise that made Truth such a Georgia and such a city as Atlanta not is reached when too slack demand. To Rio and River Platte,
being large to
Not long ago one of the most shining lightsof success is lacking. It is published by the without interest to the Floridian-when (i if some engagements might be effected at $18
beyond the is
spring touched little
the medical profession died in this city. Truth Publishing Association. Northern born, or Southern of the new to $18.50 for Rio, and $17.50 to $18 for River
trap-door set free, and the ball falls into its
He left two sons, both graduates of the Med- Not to be behind its penny rival, the era") he should find the skies too mild, the wire basket at its destined destination. Platte; Aspinwall freights have declined,

ical University. They are wealthy and cuta Morning Journal, I am informed, also proposes odors of the scented grove too faint, the and some recent engagements are here noted

figure in society. The younger, however, to issue an evening editionto be called borders of her silver-stranded lakes too gar In the opening portion of a previous and at $10-and at these figures some further

is using his best endeavors to go to the dogsas The Standard. This promises to afford a revival row for his pent up energies-may here, in in. this.. letter. I have_ .. used strong language business might be done.

rapidly as possible. Although scarcely 27 of the famous arrangement betweenthe Georgia, find room and verge enough for the wnue speaKing 01 me present appearanceof Demand for Cotton tonnage, coastwise, is

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years ota, lie gas run through- some property Kilkenny cats of history.RAILROAD exercise of the most varied and unbounded Atlanta the solidity of its warehouses, dull just now at 45c. net per 100 pounds.

left him by a relative, and as his father's estate energy. Manufactures, mining, stockraisingon variety and excellence of its retail stores, Foreign, we have nothing new to advise.

was left to his mother, she allows him NOTES. the largest scale, have alike in turn en- and the vim and business energy of its emi- Manatee.

very little cash, but purchases all his clothes The surveying for the Rowland Bluff gaged and enriched her energetic citizens' nently mercantile community. That my COFFEE RAISING IN SOUTH FLORIDA.-The
and pays all his legitimate expenses. He is Railroad is in at this Coal and iron abound; marble in abundance remarks have not been partial, or biased, is honor of introducing coffee culture in Flo-
now place locating
camp best evidenced few
by most and
n w a keen sufferer from Bright's disease, the line of that road. They have and beautiful in quality ; gold, purer in as- statistics a of interesting rida is due to the Hon. H. C. Hall, our

and although he is conscious of it he is located the line from Weir Lake, where the say than the finest in California, and lastly, trustworthy what these recent afford.date. Let Consul in Havana, who procured a large
us see testimony In the
n:?ver at rest unless be is drunk. I was ina South Florida road from Kissimmee "Kaolin," that rare but essential elementfor quantity of fine seed from Mexico, and
City to and stores about
hotel on a quiet avenue much frequentedby the production of the higher grades of grocery provision twenty sent here for free distribution.
Tampa crosses the telegraph road to this houses are engaged their trade
professional men the other evening when china and porcelain, are all found within extending Hundreds of persons availed themselvesof
The line located
place. as little
passes a to through Georgia. North and South Carolina
the young fellow stalked in drunk as usual. : the West of Tuckerton, through Ellerslieand the borders of this highly-favored Southern Florida, Alabama and Tennessee. The least, the opportunity offered through the

Several gentlemen who had known his I through Fort Dade. The State. Surely wondrous elements of suc- papers of trying it, but with few exceptions
party are a approximate estimates the
father well, stepped up and spoke to him, little beyond the town at this writing goingon cess to those who know how to use them place aggregateof failed to raise it, although it germinated
the wholesale at about
of the
but he brushed past them and went into the with the work. The line approachesvery aright, and vindicating General Sherman's ; readily, the difficulty being apparently not

bar-room. "George," he said to the bar- near the survey made by the Yulee remarkable words in New York, when, on retail about $6,000,000 ; being a total of say, sufficient care to keep it shaded from sun or
tender, "I want a drink and have no money.I Tuckertown his return from the South and in reply to $14,000,000. large dry goods sheltered from wind, the young plants be-
near and
company runs over houses foot $5,000,000. The retail housesin
also want ten dollars. Now, if you give very near the same ground from this place. numberless applications as to what he line up ing extremely sensitive to both.

both, I will take you to my house and give We far thought the new South, as a field for im- same approximate $3,500,000. Giv- It is not at all probable that it can be cultivated -
presume they are enough from it
ing a total for the dry goods trade of $8,500-
you as nice a suit of clothes migration ? replied in effect With to
as you ever had however to avoid : : a any extent or pecuniary advan-
encroaching it.
upon 000. stores
on your back." He got both, and as the We doubt not this road will be built at knowledge of almost every State in our i say $1,500,000; to- tage in Florida. Although in the same lati-
an bacco and cigars, $1,500,000 liquor trade
bar-tender's hour for going to dinner was at early day and indications Union, gained not from the deck of a steam ; tude as some of the finest coffee plantationsin
present fore-
$2,500,000 drug stores $1,000,000
; ,
hand he went with the young doctor. In shadow another railroad transfer of boat or the interior of a palace car, but ; Mexico, it has not, with the greatest care
tary $1,000,000 clothing $500-
an hour he returned arrayed in a suit of matters not to our people who build the when traversing our land on horseback, 000 leather boots and ;shoes and protection, given the satisfaction hoped !
clothes which could not have and with the view of its ; $800,000; for. There
cost less than road so that we get, it. We do not expect ascertaining capa- and is undoubtedly something lack- |
crockery glassware $300,000 furniture
seventy-five dollars, and which could not but one road, and we are aware that the bilities for supporting large bodies of men, ; ing in the soil, which is in this vicinity entirely -
$700,000 stoves and tinware hats
have been worn oftener than six or seven longest pole will take the persimmon.- I have come (and unhesitatingly) to this and ; $200,000 books and, $500,000; different to the rich, clayey, stony
caps, stationery
times. Meanwhile the young fellow was Fort Dade Messenger. conclusion-that in no section of the Unioncan ; soil of the mountainous countries where it

buying whisky at a furious rate at a corner life be supported under such agreeable $350,000 ; musical instruments, $800,000; grows in such perfection.

lumber, laths etc., $1,000,000 doors and
groggery. At 11 o'clock that night some- Callahan Notes. circumstances as in the Southern States ; ; Madam Atzroth, who received the pre-

body who passed his house saw him sitting Permit me to say a word for Callahan. that of these States two are preeminently sash, $3,000,000 ; wagons and buggies, $600- mium for the first pound of coffee-seed

on his stoop in a drunken stupor. He suc- The report is abroad that this is a miserable adapted for the support of man, and to .I 000 ; horses and cattle, $300,000; paints and raised in the United States was among the

ceeded in arousing him, and induced him to place. 'Tis a sad mistake. I admit the none can either our foreign or home emi- oils, $60,000; coal and wood, $2,000,000; first who received the seed contributed by

go up stairs. As he went in he pleaded piteously town is small and the people are few, but a grants turn their steps with surer hope of meats and butchers, $750,000; millinery and Mr. Hall-being an expert on gardening,

for the loan of ten dollars. His case more generous people never lived. To see abundant reward than to those of Alabamaor notions, $200,000; agricultural implements, and having an indomitable amount of pa-

is as stern a temperance lesson as I have the new roofs shining from afar you would Georgia, and if I were asked to make a $300,000; fertilizers, 18,000 tons; printingand tience and perseverance, working by night

ever seen. say we are improving. We have a good I further selection from even these favored blank books, $700,000;' watches and as well as day, to shade her plants, has succeeded -

A man in the school-about forty attend regular-and the two I should jewelry, $300,000. If to the foregoing be
clothing trade tell! me that name Georgia. and is the only one here who has

the spring trade will be very dull. The re- farthest advanced one in the county. In Atlanta the stranger cannot but be added miscellaneous items, such as fruits to any extent. There are others who have
and other but
cent many failures have demoralized the The bar-room doors have been closed, anda struck with the marked politeness of its new rapidly growing indus- fair-looking plants, but not so many of
tries the of Atlanta
trade to such an extent that it is practically new church has sprung from the ground citizens, and their cheerful alacrity to an- her, commerce independentof them. The writer has one now full of
industries will
manufacturing foot
dead. The' main cause was over-production, whose spire, ere Christmas, will point heav swer a question or guide the footsteps of an blossoms, but "one swallow does not makea
some $45,000,000. In the cotton trade
and now lack of confidence is the result. enwards. All this speaks well for us. The errant visitor, contrasting ,thus favorablywith up summer," one person's success does not

But the most curious feature of this dePression traveling public sometimes complain for the uncouth rudeness of some sections even more startling evidence of rapid growthis make coffee-raising altogether feasible, or a
furnished. Thus we find, but ten few plants struggling for existence
is the number of commercial travelers want of accommodation (whence our "bad which in their years a coffee
that stupid boorishness, recall I since, in 1872, her receipts were 16,000 bales. plantation.
name" As the
are now out in the cold. Some of ) soon as roailroads build a poor Leech's graphic picture of politenessin Possibly, when the rich interior lands are

these defunct firms employed as many as a fine depot here, hard by will be set a spacious the mining districts :" For the season ending August 1883, 145.000 under cultivation by Fort :Myers and that

dozen salesmen hotel. We cannot to be bales 1 while in three months of the present section of country who
on the road, who earned all hope as largeas persons have had
the way from $2,000 to the neighboring cities, but can assure Jem (chum to a brother corner-loafer, year, viz., from August to November, the experience in raising it'may succeed with it
$6,000 you
have a year. They that we are rising, and warm are the hearts loquitor)-"Say, Bill, who is that'crc chap?" receipts have exceeded 100,000 bales I No there, north of that, where we have frost
nothing to do at present. I know one that beat within. BillA I and cold northers, it is almost useless to attempt
W. E.
man whose C. stranger guess. words can add to the significance of these
income aggregated upwards of Callahan Fla. December 9th it.-Palma Sola Correspondence in
JemHeave a 'arf brick at him. wonderful. figures. They are furnished by Florida Dispatch.


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: ', AUTUMNAL DREAMS. mendation!l, which, though more calcu-I I enough the good looking all -
; girl was as I or socially. Oh, we had quite a long talk "I was born in
lated to please the father of a girl, allowed; and he gave her ;!10,000.At about it.I assure you." in 1793. Oglethorpe county' Ga
not the irrefragable claims of a landed estate last it became evident that the actual During this Cameron very near the Indian line. The
When the maple turns to crimson, speech had gradu- country was sparsely settled
or a banker's book. When quite marking of the was beyond the Ful- there were
And the sassafras to gold; quarry ally drawn quite close to her, and was now almost as many Indians
as whites.
young he had requested to be put to com- fordian imagination, and there was a hard into I recol-
looking her
When the gentian's in the meadow, gen- eyes to see if she was lect that the Indian chief used
And the aster on the wold mercial pursuits and to have his younger eral call upon an old Lady Wall-a woman dealing with him frankly. on his knee. to ride me
When the moon is lapped in;vapor, son's portion devoted to getting him a start who in her day had hooked husbands for Yes, there could be no doubt; the girl, well-disposed They were far a very honest and
in a great merchant's counting-house in three plainish Miss Walls with much clever- if blinded people, more so than the
And the night is frosty cold; Bristol. by sophistries, was yet without negroes. But the white people wanted their
ness-to take the guile.
up : lands and
He had learned French and German in "I can't the diffi therefore drove them out of the
When the chestnut burrs are opened, "Well she said, see During all this colloquy he had never I
country. came to
And the acorns drop like hail, his spare hours' ; and had won the confi- culty." called her by her name,though she addressed here in a sulky with Augusta in 1800, riding
And the drowsy air is startled dence of his employers by his industry and So much superiority provoked a murmurof him as Allan as simply if their relations carriages my father. We had no
or in
With the thumping of the flail- punctuality, and now, at three-and-twenty, surprised approval. There was a silence. had never changed. buggies those days. I had
had already been sent twice, to China and Then Mr. Fulford said never seen any large collection of houses
With the drumming of the partridge : Perhaps he waited to see if she deserved and looked ,
And the whistle of the quail; Japan by the firm, and was in as promisinga "No, really; can't you?" it ; or did he keep the power that is inherent place in the world.upon Augusta Soon as the biggest
position to become one day a partner and "Have heard" her after I came here
you ever pursued in such terms to try a last appeal? I went to Franklin
Through the rustling woods I wander, die a very rich man as any young fellow in ladyship, "of'Hoist with his own petard?'" He made it now. Taking her unresisting the College, at Athens, Ga.,
Through the jewels of the year. the same noble yet not fashionable walk of No ; the Fulfords only know Shakespeare hand in both his own, he said: now 1811. I University, and graduated in
From the yellow uplands calling life. Still, for the moment his income was from going occasionally to the Lyceum "Did I not know you so well I should that class.am I the only living representative of
Seeking:) her who still is dear; only four hundred a year, nor could he and Theatre, as they seldom listened-talking a think were acting cannot give you much positive
She is near me in the Autumn, Millicent, when,the,? had come to the stage good deal, and looking more at the people own hilly you 1 it :were better-better a part.Iillmy far in the information of the of the cotton crop in the first
She, the beautiful, is near. of discussing possibilities,devise any feasible than the stage-their knowledge of our sight of Heaven, believe that part century. as I was so young at
me- the
plan for stretching it to a higher figure. greatest bard is of the most limited kind. should fly with me this night than fulfill you this time, but I recollect it was not thought
Through the smoke of burning Summer, She, like all the Fulfords, was to have ;!10-, .. Well, then, Caught in his own trap?'" cursed engagement. I do not I shall much of, and very few planted it. About
When the weary winds are still, 000: but that, as the lovers well knew, wasa asked Lady Wall, bringing down her lan- urge that. I will think, deliberate say 1810, I think, I used to see small wagons
I can see her in the valley, reason altogether against dreaming of guage to the meanest capacity with ill-dis- Only tell me, lilly, that will pray.wed coming to town with a bale of cotton, two
I can hear her on the: hill, asking papas consent instead of hoping guised contempt. I Lord Bangs." you never or three barrels of flour, and a hogsheadof

In the splendor of the woodlands, for it. "Oh yes, we know that," cried all the "Oh, I cannot. You should not tobacco, revolving on a sort of axis,
In the whispers of the rill. They were easy-going people-Papa and Fulfords quite proudly. indeed should urge me, pulled along behind. There was far more
you not. I have
promised tobacco made in
Mamma Fulford of '' this section than cotton.
; quite incapable strong Then, there have it, concluded and "
you papa mamma.
For the shores of earth and heaven One planter who made
demonstrations of 20,000 pounds of '
or indignation. their counselor. "What
anger to And she
say you my began to try and twist her hand
Meet and mingle in the blue; They knew all about the Cameron-Milly plan?" from him and seed cotton was thought to be doing a won-

. : She can wander down the glory flirtation ; for that matter, it always went No, not a Fulford understood her. She came away one of perplexity; her and whole alarm.aspect be- derful thing. The seed were either pickedout
To the places that she knew, on before their eyes, and was devoid of the very nearly swore. For a moment the by hand or pushed out by rollers, and
, Where the happy lovers wandered flimsiest attempt at concealment; but they "Dear, dear," she burst forth ; "you are should lose his senses.young man thought he the houses neighbors used to gather at each other's
? In the days when life was true. supposed all young people flirted more or all stupid." What to help in getting out the seed. I
( very was to be done with such a girl? the
,t So I think when days are sweetest, less and if they thought any further aboutit They took this for a good joke, and She owned she had for him what she called own his first place now where with the Whitney made
experiment cotton
rather for gin.
they were sorry poor laughed quite pleasantly."Don't love, yet was that love which would !
'I' And the world is wholly fair, He built a dam across a small stream and
fools who had the love
young got so that the
you see man-stag mit to either
She may some time steal upon me very guidance or coercion? ran the gin by water. The darn is
badly, and. were quite distressed that it as call him-who is standing
f Through the dimness of the air, could be. I :you waiting to be The solution lay in a word, but it was to this day, and the water of the stream
never stalked is
other than this
no same noble quite beyond Allan Cameron.She .
. With the cross upon her bosom, "You know you'll break that viscount Lord turns an improved gin. Large quantities of
r youngman's Bangs himself? climaxed was a Fulford!
And the amaranth in her hair. tobacco made in the
heart said old Fulford vicinity were brought
pathetically, her ladyship.So How long the painful conference
\ Once to meet her, oh! to meet her, to his child one day he happened to have bold an idea was such a bombshell to have lasted I am unable to say, but at might this century to Augusta, but during it soon the first quarter of the

And to hold her gently fast nothing" else to say. the Fulford brain that it very nearly burst it. point steps and voices. were heard_approaching !. Now there is tobacco gave way to cotton.
Nonsense, nana. I'm sure I shan't." .- .- no made_ nhrml-____n_ harp_____,
Till I blessed her till ana in another
she blessed me- moment Air. Fulford It was about 1811 that cotton first
"It's nonsense began to
of but
That were happiness at last; serious suitors, course, he may There was very little time to be lost, for it and'Lady Wall entered the room. come into prominence, and its cultivation
That were bliss beyond our meetingsIn keep away. was already the end of June. The fuss, the "Ah Cameron, how are you? Won't you increased very rapidly. In 1818 I had
"And shouldn't he be serious a
the Autumn of the past. why a hurry, the want of all delicacy and disguise stay and lunch? This is queer news of the large cotton warehouse myself. A long
suitor? ventured
lilly, blushing. "
House of Lords.
which would have proved fatal in wooden
Bayard Taylor. "That's said he hasn't so many building, that cost $1,000 to build
good, papa; why cases, were just what favored the Fulfords Such was the perfectly easy greeting of rented for $1,800 the first Centre
twopence. To be sure, it cuts two ways. I in :Milly's father to the year.
the whose
pursuit of a man-I beg his pardon, a man wreck he street was so packed with in 1818
THE FULFORDS. mean the buzzing about you. It attracts had succeeded in wagons
lord-who .
was knocking under simply, as accomplishing.Lady that at times it was completely blocked.
other wooers. he had before expressed it, to that traitorous Wall's was very different. The
average yield of cotton to the
I The Fulfords were in a: great fuss about Oh, papa, what a shame 1 I'm sure if friend Howard, to escape for life from the Kissing Millicent with effusion, she be- that time was about the same as now acre but

betting their daughter Millicent married. poor Allan heard""That'3 clatter, the row, the untiring and transparent stowed an inclination of the head upon her the planters used: no fertilizers. But
To die sure, they were always in a fuss good again. Poor Allan is good" stratagems of a venery where the hunters lover much ruder than any cut direct. body had now learned to make cotton every-, and
.about something-fathers, mothers, sons "And suppose I choose to marry him ? know neither pause nor discouragement, The fact is, her ladyship had made war very little else was thought of. Property in
daughters, and all. said the young lady flaring up and stamp- ignore alike both fatigue as concerns them- for so many years of her life upon "detri Augusta, and especially near the cotton
Could the whole Fulford family be boiled ing a very pretty foot. selves or pity for the poor creatures they mentals, that she continued after all her warehouses increased rapidly in value.
dqwu into one quadruped, and that quad "Then, my dear" ," said the fond father, pursue. daughters had married to hate them from These are about all the points I could give

ruped a hunter, it would undoubtedly prove imperturbably" I shouldn't give you one Within three weeks the marriage was ar- habit. you in regard to the early history of cotton
what is known to Nimrods as a rusher." farthing. ranged. One spectator of this strange, yet Poor Allan had but one distinct feeling at in this section.-Atlanta Constitutionalist.
: The Fulfords are all alike in a good many And the girl hadn't the slightest doubt he common chase-our friend Allan Cameron- the moment. A longing to escape from

things. They are none of them in the least meant what he said. looked on in the innocence of his soul, at them all, and to be alone. Muttering a few
clever; but in that they resemble the immense A short time after the above little confab, first with incredulity, then with amazement, words of excuse and farewell, he rushed GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
majority of their neighbors. Still I the waking up as to the clearing the road at last with alarm. He had not been enough into the street, strode off for his solitary
: have wondered and wondered how it is that .I for the twins came and shook the house of in the first society to have lost his sense of lodging, and locking himself in, he flung
: with really such rabbit-like brains they do Fulford like an earthquake.: right and wrong. himself upon his bed, and sobbed aloud. VIOLAL! AND RETAIL.
.,; not make utter shipwrecks of their lives. I What are you about, mother?" asked When he finally realized the position, he He felt that his happiness in this world :

have partially succeeded in solving the mys James, the second son. He evidently resolved, as any brave young fellow would, was over.
tery.First though a mother was a sort of husband- not to see his life wrecked, and, what to him # # O I.

their stupidity does not lie in the hunting hound, and sure to bring down came far before that, not to suffer tamely And Millicent married Lord Bangs, and p !
direction of not knowin how to take care her quarry if properly urged to it. that the girl he loved should be sold like the twins came out with no obstruction in
of their money, of which they possess a Well, my dearest Jim, what can I do? I a Greek slave to the highest bidder, with- the shape of an elder sister. a I 10
good deal. Distressed friends, flash speculators take her everywhere. I've told her it ridiculous out making one bold effort to set mat- All the Fulfords rejoiced and cackled over M
and indeed, the whole crew of her not going off." ters right-to keep what he had won. He their handiwork like so many geese. Just .1
*' bleeders," as the slang term has it, might Absurd." sought and obtained, without opposition at first-for a week or two-his lordship'

appeal to them eternally in vain. They "And it makes people laugh at me" from any quarter, an interview with Milli was rather happy. It was a change, you r
have no heart and no ambition. Then Howard, the eldest hope of the Ful- cent alone. know. A. B. NOTES

Secondly, although the world is quite fords, lounged in. "What is the meaning of this?" he said, Even Millicent nearly enjoyed her honey- P-4 O
aware what small fryintellectuallytheFulfords "Eh talking of Milly? Oh, yes, you under his breath, with4a desperate effort to moon. r o
are, yet practically, and perhaps on know. I say dash it all, mother, something stick to the resolution he had made that he After that the marriage turned out like -DEALER IN-
t that very account, the world is very fond of must be done !1"and he puffed away at a would be quiet and gentle throughout. two out of every three which are botched in et
.j them and acts as if it could more easily spare cigarette he was consuming, as thougheven They were quite far from one another, up on the fashionable plan-shockingly
a better family. You see they are a living that form of energy might do good in parted by almost the entire breadth of the @ Family Supplies,

i compliment to every one else-the foil, or the cause they had on hand. room. ,. ill.Lord Bangs thought himself far too F-!
; background, against which superior people. That's what I say," said Jim. "I'm very sorry, very sorry, indeed, Al- charming a fellow for any one woman to H -
and the still larger class of those who "If, instead of droning on somethingmust lan, but it can't be helped," she began. monopolize, and the scandals of his life HEAVY GROCERIES, 5
: fancy themselves superior, shine out. be done, you would kindly inform me "Sorry I you say you are sorry-you still became one of the favorite themes of soci-
Those who envy them their good looks from the depth of your wisdom what that call me by the old name, and yet you say it ety. Only society, which was always look-
and good means-neither of which, by the something isbegan poor Mrs. Fulford, can't be helped." ing forward to the further little excitementof , :. by, are very tremendous-owe them no growing shrill and angry. "Oh, I am sorry you insisted on seeingme her ladyship "serving him out," by o O3Furniture
grudge for these because consoled by their Well, listen here, Mater," quoth Howard ; it can do no good" said she. bolting with one of her husband's friends I

mental shortcomings and general lack of soothingly.I am not a man of ideas But I am in the dark,do 'ouhear? You was doomed, in this particular, to disap- ;
social weight. myself, but when I hear: one dropped by an- loved me-you love me still-I know it"- pointment.The / irSHIP STORES

Thirdly, they take their life easily to a other fellow, if I think it's worth anything, "I do. There, I tell you so honestly." Fulfords don't bolt; at least, the female Z i ir. =
degree marvelous in people who are not I've sense enough to pick it up. Now "Then why, by all that's sacred, are youmarrying Fulfords.It .., i
philosophers. "It is due to their diges- Bangs was saying the other day"- another man?" is from the merest chance I admit, and 1"-1"' : r--
tions, wonderful constitutions, and so Lord Bangs is the planet to whom How- Listen to me," and she told him, as wellas I don't think they themselves could tell you M I
forth," says the world, and no doubt that ard does moon always in fact keeping his she could, how she must get out of the why, but it is the fact. She hates her hus- Stoves, I It
has much to do with it. face towards him, as our moon does to us way of her two sisters-be shunted," her band, and owns she has quite lost any high t H:" 100
When I say they take life easily, I meanas unless she happens to have another face on brothers called it. How'she was not prefer- principles she may once have possessed, but Paints j
to its troubles, cares and defeats, for, as I the other side, but I can't enter into that. ring a rich match without love to a poor one everything now is said to be hereditary, and ,;

,; : .... began by announcing, whenever anything The Fulfords are all toadies, but honest with it; but that her ,marriage with Lord she doesn't inherit the bolting weakness; O Crockery, ; y
l has to be done, from a journey to a wedding ones, who scorn to. conceal the fact from Bangs was by sacrificing her own feelings to that, no doubt, must be it. !
they are instantly all fuss and flurry. any one. duty, at least possible, whereas a union with Of her old lover she has only heard vaguelyand Hardware, a
I The eldest daughter is married. She mar- Well, Bangs was saying that all the suc- Allan was impossible-at all events for many at long intervals. He had abandoned I

I !. ried, in her first season, a middle-aged M. cessful man-hunters now" years. the desk when his Milly abandoned him, inH IVilloiv-Ware. j g
P., with lots of money, and has now two "The what?" chorused his mother and Oh, don't mistake pie," she continued. and contracted thenceforth a way of turningup

I' children-the Fulfords are prolific. Jim. "If I had only my own happiness to con- in remote quarters of the globe, and "' I rrr
But Millicent has hung fire most distressingly 'V ell, match-hunters or man-hunters ; sult." always as performing deeds decidedly quix- I,
. and her third season is now it's all the same. He says you may go on "But that makes it all the worse," he otic. At one moment fighting desperately ,!
drawing to a close. Hitherto no one has hunting the species for ever and do no urged. "If :you told me your feelings for in Mexico, at another performing prodigies E-i rS S
minded much, but now the family have good. Where was I'? I wish you wouldn't me had changed- as a volunteer against the pirates of the O I ::
. just woke up to the fact that Winny and stop me for a word. Oh, I know Bangs "They never can." China seas, he seemed to be ever courting h-i 'I r
Flo, the two next girls, who happen to be says that all the successful sportswomen And does Lord Bangs know this?" death in the glamour of excitement; and so r Ir
f. twins, are quite seventeen, and will there- single out the particular head of game they "I told him I was very fond of you, and five years rolled away. O ly.S I
\ fore have to be presented next season. mean to stalk and then deliberately hunt could not pretend I was in love with him." Lady Bafigs was sitting with her three Pfl I, L lh vnwI.ll
The sort of way they all play with their him down." And what did he s/ir?" children one mnrnins?- herself skimming -S UJ & :

cards on the table is wonder to behold. "By Jove! a rare idea! cried_ .n Jim._ ____, who.. ___ He laughed, and said every nymph had the Morning Post, an easy task, for the whole I !!.,. iii. .. II ... nl' UW II f.l I

r If a son, of whom, like the daughters, there always admired what his brother admired, her shepherd, of course; that real love only group were as melancholy as a young
are many, gets plucked for an exam.-ana especially if there was a lord in the case. came to women after marriage, that he was duchess. Not that anything had happened,
t they almost always do get plucked-the "But how the dickens could a chap like neither jealous nor sentimental ; and oh, but simply because they were so nice and
whole family publish the fact in all directions Bangs!"-a chap like Bangs! This, mark Allan, what do you think that he ended grand.

and seem never to feel the mortification you, is very much behind Banks back, a with 1" Suddenly Millicent utters a faint cry and
.1 of such an occurrence in the pleasure little unstringing of the bow-" like Bangs, "Heaven knows !" presses her hand to her heart.
F : of imparting so interesting a piece of who isn't and has Why he said I be
' thirty, no girls of any might quite easy for The little honorables betray a very faint,
s, news. sort to marry-" that, though he wished to marry me, he well-bred surprise.Her S C.. H. HUOT
In the present instance, about lilly, they My dear Jim," interrupted the elder wasn't romantically in love himself." eye had just lit upon a paragraph ,

all announce the fact wherever they go, brother from the height of his superiority, "The man's a brute" burst forth the headed A Hero," and relating how Allan
and almost before her face, that they are lies a stag." young Scotchman. "It's because you havea Cameron, in an attempt to save a sailor boy, -DEALER IXI -

dying to get her off their hands, on accountof "A stag!I" heart, and have given it forever to me, swept overboard in a gale, by jumping after = q :
the next two who are sprouting up. "Of course, old stupid. He's learned all that I will move Heaven and earth to save him, had at last met that death in the Indian I'. fiIOHANDLERY fi- '

They find consolation, I suppose, in air- about hunting by dint of being hunted, your happiness, and my own too, for theyare Ocean which he had apparently long sought ;!!
.. ing their grievances, and, perhaps, also in and he says some of the London Amazonsare one. Oh, I repeat, if you had changed, in vain. =,1
the words of sympathy which they evoke. so deuced clever that he believes they'll if you cared for this rich lord, my pride The eldest child, a lovely boy, and Milly's I Ii--
Perhaps, too, they are in hopes of a useful catch him by sheer wearing him down. He would bid me depart in silence. I know favorite, tries upon her the remedy of a Groceries Hardware
: : suggestion or a helping hand. Anyhow, tells me-* Howard, old man,' says he, if not what would become of me, but I would caress. ,
they could no more hold their tongue abouta ever you hear I'm knocked on the head' "- trouble you no more. But now, hearing See, she repels him!
shoe that pinches than so many babies. "Eh !I" gasped poor Mrs. Fulford. from your own sweet lips that you are true- Well,just now no offspring of her lord'sis DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,

What they want they must clamor for, Married, mother; married. Married or and, oh, whatever befall, I bless you, for likely to give her comfort.
r whether that is the right way to get it or knocked on the head, is all the same thing those words again and again-knowing, I For a few"seconds-white as marble- Second Street,

no. Still it is surprising how often it does when you talk of a man ; but if a girl say, that you are true, let me _beseech, implore she gazes into space, then murmuring, My
turn out the right way with the Fulfords. mates pretty decently, why she is thought to nay, have I not a right to order you, God!. my God!I" falls back in a paroxysmof
h Rat though the family. have no hearts, in have got a prize In life's lottery, won a vic- to pause at the brink of the precipice, and tears. vie FERXANDIXA, FLA.
the higher sense of the word, they are not tory, in fact. Bangs says, mother, if ever draw back while there is yet time." How is this? Has she-can it be possiblethat
only fairly affectionate on'e to another, but he marries, I may say-'Ah poor devil he "But, Allan, my parents have arranged- she has loved him all these years?
are quite as capable of falling in love as couldn't stand being hunted But FERXANDIXA
any more. settled everything. I am powerless in their then by all that's reasonable, why,
other people. And this is what happenedto Now where should they find a stag for hands. They leave me no choice; they if her love was so great, so true, why did
Millicent a couple of years ago, and Milly? That was a cabinet question, and prove to me that' it must be. Do not urge she originally-?

hence probably why it.she has hung fire required a council of all the Fulfords, including me to sinful rebellion." She was a Fulford.-Tinsley's Magazine.MR. { STEAM]]} { SAW } { MILL. }
so, as people express a few friends.Bang's And is it no sin, pray, to love one man k v
You see Milly's attachment was not one idea was much applauded. likewise and wed another? To perjure yourself at JOIIJi PIIINIZY. _,* *->*

where there was any immediate prospect of Howard's prodigious sharpness in picking the altar of God?" Mr. John L. Maxwell was
empowered by
marriage.Scotchman Allan Cameron was a very nice it up. "That's just what I said to papa, and he the Senate Committee on Education and C. H. KUOT, PROPRIETOR,
young and looked very"braw"in Cameron might to the limbo of
go told
me that all these things Labor
are conven- to take the of
testimony Mr. John
his kilt the Caledonian
at ball where less lovers.
,I' Nobody cared. He wasn't
a tional that knows the
Milly first met him. But ; every one marriage Phinizy, the oldest citizen of Augusta, in
well-shaped stag.Now service is put into our mouths, and that we reference to the constantly on hand33Iaimber -
early history of cotton in HAS
knees and wide chest
a though solid for it! On whom were they to try have no choice as to the exact expressions. this section.
enough in their way, are not a foundation their new-found
system Fulford
He said if the contracting parties mean to The following is Mr. ; by Cargoes.
to -not that is in civilized talked Phinizy's testimony
marry upon a great deal, but all he really said be
60"1 faithlul and kind to each other taken
nothingmore as by :Mr. Maxwell, and gives some
ciety. It was true he had other that the
was thing ought to ,be
simple is of them either
--, required spiritually interesting information : Office on Second Street. viei





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3IR. CARLISLE FOR SPEAKER. forbidding the use of troops'at the'polls was REAL ESTATE. I JOHNSON'S

The action of the Democratic Congressional under'consideration.. His speech' was con- DR. CLARK
caucus in nominating Mr. Carlisle for sidered not only a fine argument by his po- .

Speaker is the most assuring evidence of returning litical attracted friends, but fairness his political and opponentswere calmness. '. ,. ,.", ;,;. fr
by .
political sense and which
courage Since then Mr. Carlisle has had the respectof .', : INDIAN BLOOD SYRUPCures
the Democratic party has given for twenty '. \. : : :
1 : : '.
both sides of the House of
Representatives .
,.1, .
It indicates that the has '. t ('1 "
years. party. convictions I' -,, f I 'y'..,.. "; .>
than !
more completely other member "" -
and a policy, and is not afraid of any ;
h. : \ ;;N t"'Vm'4':
ashamed of the other. It I have ever known: all diseases of the Stomach Liver Bowels
the one or means ,. 'a h: -;; ,{ji.$ ';J ;'1'f'! ,
< ;
that the controlling element of the party -----.-""""-"...... .- .; > : .'r "!" '.- '. ;. Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS to its
'f Y't. testify
proposes to abandon the course pursued for lir.LSUufOaS'LIVEI. Lw _........v__ :;" :/ :: :: -

the past decade; of marching from one to 3r: o'J r:. ,. ,':-"r"- .__ :. .:..' .:.::" .;r.hti..!_..;.+,-, I efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and

four.years in the rear of the Republican party .. ,', ..
fIt Is *'- .t << 'l";;,1 ttV9j., F ;}"' -. ; pronounce it to be the Best
is ;
and to lead the way to the front. It Justi- Indispensttlo lj t : Halations c:! f? Remedy Known to Jinn
We can't do 3 ,. : .J;- j->1:" :;.1 < .' .
fies the existence of the Democratic party, vlliout It. 1 cavcJ us f.czi luu"j .

by placing it in opposition to the Repub.; sickness.-Iev J.C.W cvcr.: cf Tc=:s. ..: 'L:" :>; ';(;i \ i-: "': .. .
and it to the work of Twenty ot ( GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade
Beans, committing tax years snGcrlasfroialaelisestioaand : --t.: 1" ,'. .. l 3->H ( .3%'"> '. .
reduction and revenue reform. :Mr. Carlisle dlseasedI.ivcrwarelevcd by a poclca : v..' :>, : ., :.,{.,,< ..t..i\. '., ; ; Iark.
..h ,, "
of it.-Eev.XI.IL CnHmn, Grapevine Tc:cs. d J'.
advocacy fit has clone more to relieve and cure no el U ';,. ': .- .fr.; '...", >h-' .. AGENTS ANTED. a

important question now before the country, Sick Headache than all the other remedies I ', .- '' ,
ana the one upon which the contest for the cvenuscdJ:1LLeo&oNo.Caroltia.. '- ; ': '< ;:Jf Laboratory 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it

control of the House turned. He early de- I .' ._; .i,F .'

clared himself in favor of reducing the sur- testlfytoitsmc ltprovedaLlessIngtoinylaniilyIcheerfcJly Its popularity herds- ..'. ',r'N/i;: 1<-''! .. CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
plus by abating the tariff taxes upon the unbounReT.: LShawBatesvilleArk. .: : .,. .t;J ;;' Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trialof yoi
necessities of the people, and has said that '> ; 1 ,1 ." Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.

he would rather lose the Speakership thanto thousands These are of but samples from among them: '. .,.'" 5 -. .>;,.',"--.,li' '<,' ,>. 46 RUDIE CANTLER.
win it upon. any misconception of his unsolicited testimonials receive! if.f
durfntttbe past!",years. Ask your druggkt ., .".1 >' :" i >- "!' ;'
The fight was fairly made for free < 1'
position. for the original 1(.SnuioifS'ljiVEn blEDICINE.ma.d8a.tSt.Loub. ,
whisky and tobacco on one side, and free ; ,Mo., Take no other J'/i/ .:, ,...tyu'J<.... \,,, I-' .
materials and taxed .
raw more lightly ... !
sugar, salt, coal, iron lumber, glass, crockery ; t,1f't'( "

and woolens on .the other, and the true DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. '-'. .;f:: : .t.l, ; ",;j COLLINS & Co55 HARTFORDEstablished

re\.enue reformers have won. The Demo- ... ih.; if.. ';" .."
cratic party in Congress has refused to ,, '. .
commit itself to the programme for perpet- ESTADLISI-IED isro. <': 1826.MANUFACTURERS .

uating the war tariff and confirming the .. ..
: : ;;;:';', .
of the -- \ -
policy protectionist"Republicans.There ,. ;: z '
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r is another aspect in which the result '
is gratifying. Mr. Carlisle is a Southernman
and his election to the second position

in the government in point of power will Florida Lands.
mark the beginning of a new era in our

politics. There is no longer a Southern .
question that is not also a Northern ques- ;
tion, and it is fitting that twenty years after ., '
the close of the war, and six years after the -
burial of the last of the sectional issues, a .. -
representative Southern man, of Mr Car- =1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1= The Peninsular I-- : '.

lisle's high character and conceded ability, .
should be given a prominent position in the
government. It would have been shame- ANDTropical

fully cowardly or meanly selfish in the Street.FERXANDINA .
Democratic party to have rejected so goodan
opportunity to recognize the patriotic =] Florida

spirit of the new South, and to reward FLORIDA,
political allies that have been so faithful'to Axes Hatchets
its fortunes. Especially was this true after KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- RAILROAD COMPANIES
the sectional issue had been raised against of FRESH and PURE FOR- ,

)lr. Carlisle by the leading newspaper sup- EIGN and DOMESTIC AM OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
porter of Mr. Randall in an appeal to the
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The choice of Mr. Carlisle does not mean it ,
scarcely needs be said, any assault upon Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &c.: ,
business interests or any radical disturbance by writing to:: the makers,

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Speaker that is to be is a thoroughly conservative -

man, but he is also a progressiveone. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., ,
His election may mean nothing more

to than be that so constituted the committees as to give of the the subject House are of IN GREAT VARIETY. SUh1TER: ANDHERNANDO E Y'

revenue reform a fair hearing and a just t 'SIB.L :8 Q Ql

presentation to the House, instead of stilling f __ ._ .
: :
: :
it, as Mr. Randall's committee would have A
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approved by the Senate and the President, carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at ,'>(iJ. Grain and Farm!Seed; Manual History and best method
Mr. AT PRICES FROM .J of culture of Grains Root Crops, Grasees, Fodder Crops Tw = >
Carlisle's would not be destructive irr"ir-35:
policy reasonable prices. ,Ii Planting, eta only lOctS. .Annual Catalogue and lrir List cf ...
to anything which the true interests of <:-<""\ several thousand varieties, FREE. r.w"rt-3.
the country require should be conserved. I Satcrs: ssOS HIRAM SIBLEY CO. Rochester. N.Y ChiC f"o. IIL

Congress is confronted with a probable 1 $1.25 to $10 Acre.All
treasury surplus of over $100,000,000, and, : per .
as a practical statesman and a truer epresen-

tative of the people, Mr. Carlisle believes in I STOVES, TIN-WARE, ETC.

preventing this, and relieving the countryat these lands in the central = _
the time are I
same by abating some of the !
war taxes that are most burdensome upon : STREETY ,
of the
peninsular portion State and
the greatest number of people. There is o4 ENDAIL'S 'Goi Second Street, opposite the Post-Office.
not a statesman of any repute in the old _-_ SPAV1! GURE within fifteen miles of Railroads in
world who would not hold to his views i if FERNANDINA, FLA.
standing in his place. If the party which successful operation, traversing a territory -
ha< advanced Mr. Carlisle to the control of MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY : '" Y .. : 'c :..'
the House will sustain him in his ideas THE which is
I discovered, as it is certain in its being more rapidly
upon the revenue, it will have a long lead effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
for the Presidency when the session is BELOW settled and developed than any other

ended.-Boston Herald (Ind.). J rf
part of the State. ; .
Saved Him $1,800.00.
SKETCH OF MR. SPEAKER CARLISLE The fertility of the soil and accessibility THE FLORIDA

ADAMS, N. Y., January 30, 1882.
John G. Carlisle, elected Speaker of the Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: to the largest and best markets TOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.

House,is 48 years of age. A Washington correspondent GENTS-Having used a good deal of youKendall's r I make these lands particularly desirable SNfN T '
recently said of him : "Mr. Car- Spavin Cure with great success. I
lisle, during his comparatively short resi- thought I would let you know what it has for the cultivation of fruits and Fernandina,
dence in Washington, has always lived in done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
one suite of rooms at the Riggs House. The colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. early vegetables for shipment. For Towns on R. R. Line,
rooms are on the east side of the house and When I was breaking him he kicked over Q
command a fine view of the capitol and the the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his large and immediate profits there is And Cedar Key.
Maryland hills. They are decorated with hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best

home pictures, and are filled with such reminders farriers, but they all said he was spoiled.He no industry in Florida equal to the STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
of home life as it is possible to put had a very large thorough-pin, and I
in hotel rooms. Mr. Carlisle is very domestic used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin raising of early vegetables for Northern Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large AND SHEET-IRON WARE
,and Mrs. Carlisle, a woman of very stately Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off, and '
he sold afterwards for$1800(dollars I have markets. ROOFING AND "
presence and great dignity, has a remarkable ) number of the most eligible and desirable 'I GUTTERING,
influence over him. Mr. Carlisle lives used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, and '
very simply, does not entertain, and keepsno it has always cured completely and left the For new and descriptive circular, Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC

carriage. He is a man of moderate fortune leg smooth.It address A stock
large Stoves on hand. Give -
is medicine for rheumatism. mea
a splendid
only, all of which has been acquired
in the practice of law. He has all the I have recommended it to a good many, and CHAS. W. LEWIS, City or Suburban Residences, other call,houses and compare my prices with those of

practice he can attend to, and is in the front they all say it does the work. I was in With- here or elsewhere.
rank! of the Kentucky bar. He commenced erington &Kneeland's drug store,in Adams, Land Commissioner, UPON EASY TERMS.

life on a farm near Covington, and acquired the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou obtained for inventions .
his early education by studying at night sent them. I tried to buy it, but could Fernandina, Fla., PATENTS or for improvements new in old
after a hard work. not; they said if I would write to that Or Ocala Florida. 38
day's At seventeen yearsof you Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to I ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
age he was a country school teacher, you would send me one. I wish you would, all patent business attendedto.
when! he met the lady who became his and I will do you all the good I can. :, parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- I. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
wife." Very respectfully E. S. LYM AN.Kendall's ..:',. ,'\.' : t. '.. I REJECTED still in most
may cases, pat-
Another correspondent says: During his : ( rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
career in Congress he has been one of the { .'.. ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
hardest workers in the House of Represen- <.' substantial
Spavin Cure. erty purchased improvementsfor NESS EXCLUSIVELY
tatives. ., we can secure pat-
It is seldom that he is .
away ents in less time than those who are remote-
from the desk that has stood in the same ON HUMAN FLESH. ',,' 'I ; residence, or in which to conduct their from Washington.When .
corner of his sitting-room for now six '"
years. Inventors send model or sketch,
been His pleasures are very few, and his life has VEVAY, IND., August 12, 1881. business. we make search in the Patent Office, and
| exceedingly laborious and almost Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co. ;,'
entirely : ; advise as to its
patentability free of charge
devoted .'. ,. "
to public and professional GENTS-Sample of circulars received to- .' .. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
work. Notwithstanding that he has been in day. Please send me some with my imprint, ',::. ... : .:.' able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT-
public position almost continuously since printed on one side only. The Kendall's ; f' .. ', by exemption for a term of years from ENT IS OBTAINED.We .
the lie was twenty-three years old, he is one of Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, ... .: :', refer by permission to the Citv Post-
lie leaders of the Kentucky bar. Although and not only for animals but for human '.,'' taxation, offered by the several cities and master, and to the Superintendent the-
shouldered is a student, and pale-faced and stoop- ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the :: ., Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
he never gives any indication leading farmers in our county towns.
by sprained an Apply toCHAS. ington. For special references circular,ser-
displays of temper of the presence of ankle badly, and knowing the value of the J ;VTi" ., ",''. W. LEWIS, vice, terms, etc., addressC.
but dyspepsia. He works too hard sometimes, remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it i i'>, Fernandina. A. SNOW & CO.,
and he is always cheerful, even-tempered, did far better than he had expected; cured: ", ; ,, ,:. "P.t\.:.": "; jSJ-Office, cor.Beh & 7th sts. Opp.Patent Office Washington D.C. 2t
4m' to anyone who has business with the sprain in very short order. i .,.,;.,; t ',' ,. ',
first him. A year ago last summer he took the Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND. 'T :.""F- ".: %'_.f *>'.'..'- ,

\ vacation of his life and went to Europe. Price $1 bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All > ;" )" '
per .
Vlen: he was a young man he studied law (. 'f. ;: :\
have it ; ; ;;ik' .
with Gov. druggists or can get it for you, or it >
J. W. Stevenson and ; : '
as soon as -.r: PATENTSlIDNN A'
he will be sent to any address on receipt of .., .,_ __ '
was h' '
| admitted ; "3f :"
to the bar he became the ,.
partner of his price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KENDALL -; :; f; ," :\ ;"';'"!; "":') ', .+ .
bulk of the preceptor, and was given the & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. -,::! :f / ; :' :'?'i ; & CO.,of the Scizsrmc AMISUCAX con-
business. From that day to this Send for Illustrated r- \ Unue to act as Solicitors for Patents Caveats,wade
he Circular. :
has been an indefatigable worker. He is C' 'J.f : ?i : ; ,.,;.:: ', 'p' : : Marts Co France for tbe United States. Canada. ;
thoroughly) equipped public man, and a Sold by all Druggists. > : : ;, J.,.;}:::...;.' ',''. '''_ .:;:<,....J"fS"; ''{.,. I England Patents sent free.,Germany Tblrty-,etc.even Hand ears'Book experience.about if'-
singularly clear speaker. He is one of the ". + '. :- .. : : : : :. Patents obtained thronllhMUNN&CO.are notice
men whose Nassau In the SciRrnnc AMERICA,the f
statement Fibre largest best and
his side of the :
argues } r J most widely circulated $1.20ayear-
: scientific paper.
in case the He came first into great prominence For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior, ;.. : ,:;.i f } :<' :: :" < Weekly. Splendid engravings and Interfstln In- :.:f
House of formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific A
Representatives in the winter to anything else in use. For sale by
lean sent free.
of 1879, when the political legislation June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co... ',. /j, "('""",' Office 261 Broadway New'":ork.THE SCU.TIFIC'AMERICAN .
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;; THE FLORIDA MIEROR.t. mosphere for perishable articles in trans- ARTESIAN WELLS of Incorporation filed in the Secretary of WASHINGTON. -

mission to market.It "A drive well, at Daytona, has just been State's office at Tallahassee December 1.1883,
is claimed that they are able to do this the Incorporators being Messrs. C. H. Jones,
and the Journal "at the
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 188S. says of Jacksonville A. S. Mann, of Hernando I CONGRESS SETTLES DOWN TO BUSINESS-SOCIETY:
satisfactorily thus solve the question of depth of 150 feet the flow reached 250,000 gal- county and C. A. Choate, of Tallahassee, -WHIST CLUB OF'SUPREME COURT

HOME MARKET FOR ORANGES cold storage which is the one thing the fruit- lons per day. The flow gradually increased as and to them Letters Patent were issued on JUDGES, ETC.

grower most needs ,to ensure the lower strata of rock were reached, until ,last the above date December 1, instant to au-
The feeling has been long entertainedthat preserva- thorize their purpose, which is to connect WASHINGTON, D. C.. December 8.
the orange business cannot be considered tion of his fruit.and its sale at a fair price. Wednesday, when, the supply was about the waters'of the Atlantic ocean and Gulf of To the Editor of the J/tVrwr
For the accomplishment of this of 14,000 gallons per hour, or near 850,000 gal- :Mexico by a canal across the Peninsula of : i
I as on a satisfactory basis until a home purpose, lons per day. After this the supply was not Florida, commencing at a point on the At- Now that Congress has settled into place I
market Is established which will enable the course very extensive warehouses would be lantic coast at or between the bay and har- and the
at central increased, although the depth reached was bor of Fernandina and the bay and harborof great questions as to who is Speabr'] ;
shipping points-at
fruit-grower to count with some degree of 220 feet. The water is slightly impregnated St. Augustine, ,thence through the coun- and who is Sergeant-at-Arms, and who have

certainty upon the sale of his crop. Theo Sanford, Palatka, Tavares, Jacksonville, with sulphur, is clear as crystal, and more ties of Taylor, Lafayette, Suwanee, Colum- the privilege of guarding the doorways of
Ocala and Fernandina would now be the bia, Levy,Alachua, Hernando, Sumter, Mar the Capitol
present unavoidable, but none the less pre- than meets the anticipations of all. building, and who plies the

carious, system of consignments by the most important points to locate these store- If the above statement is entirely correct, St.ion Johns, Bradford Volusia, Clay,,Orange Putnam etc., Duval, terminating, Nassau, feather dusters and who has the large con-

producer to houses engaged in the trade ina houses.As it is the most encouraging experiment in in the Gulf of Mexico at any point betweenSt. tract for furnishing tea" to the thirsty

few of the principal cities, is subject to all an earnest of the good faith of this artesian-well supply which has as yet been capital.. Marks stock and Tampa is $40,000,000.bay and divided harbor into The ,members etc., are all settled, Washingtontakes

the irregularities of a surfeit or scarcity. company, their agent, Mr. Balcom, says made in Florida. The size of the bore is shares of 100 each, and the Board of Direc- a long breath and prepares for talk

w Mr. Balcom, of the National Refrigerator that if local companies will organize at not given, but the force of the flow must be tors consist of Messrs. C. H. Jones, A. S. and enjoyment. For it is to have talk by
these points the will furnish the Mann, C. A. Choate of Florida, and A. W. the volume, by the library. The Govern-
Company, assures us that if large cold company very great to raise such an enormous quan- Jones of Richmond Virginia. ment Printing Office has begun upon its list

storage houses are established at principal machinery, and will agree that Northern tity of water. Fourteen thousand gallonsper With three companies in the field a fed- of gabble, and before Congress adjourns it
will furnish least eral administration favorably inclined, anda
capitalists at
points, the company will arrange to make twentyfiveper hour is equivalent to two hundred and large surplus in the treasury it would seem will have added acres of words to the large

.;. .. advances on the fruit stored in the warehouses cent. of the money necessary to put the thirty-three gallons per minute, or about six that there is a possibility of navigable water tasks of reading and hearing which afflict

, J at reasonable rates. enterprise in working order.In barrels per minute. We suspect that thereis across. Florida at no remote period.Floridian. mankind. I very much fear that this will

, This will obviate the objection that many connection with this enterprise a refrigerator some mistake in the statement as to quan- be the principal outcome of this session of

'i: of the producers cannot afford to wait until car company is to be organized to tity. The subject is a very interesting one JACKSONVILLE AND FLORIDA.In Congress. But the thousands of people who

I their fruit is eventually forwarded and sold. receive the fruit from the refrigerating ware- to the whole peninsula, and we hope the a recent article you hit at the possibility make up the entity called Society, are now J
of Jacksonville! sleeping over her interests ready for their the .
house and in appearance on stage of
- it
It will be still better when the dealers in convey refrigerated air to its Journal will give a full and detailed state- and letting Savannah get ahead and
affairs and will enter at once the
. t fruit will purchase the fruit at these storehouses destination.We ment of this extraordinary well ; the size of carry the trade that belongs to Jacksonvilleout whirl of excitement upon I
of the State via Live Oak and Callahanand display and dissipation
hope to obtain the informationto
I and pack it themselves. bore, nature of the utting height to which which characterizes
Savannah. You have a railroad to St. a winter in Washington. -
t Mr. Balcom pertinently remarks: "The enable us to give further particulars the water rises above the ground, and cost Augustine; one to Green Cove, with .

success of this enterprise (the cold storage hereafter of an enterprise which promises to of the well complete. branches via Melrose to Alachua county ; Is it possible to define Society? When the _I

j : warehouses and fruit cars) lies in\ the ship- be of vast importance to the orange-growing There are two very successful drove wells, also tion to to Palatka Alachua,,with Marion other and branch Sumter connec-coun- President gives a State dinner, at which the

:. pers' hands Will they support us or lose interests. __ __________ or rather bored wells, which, we presume, ties, the three richest counties on the penin- upper officials scrape their feet on the new

;_ the opportunity now offered?" FORTIFYING THE COAST. the Daytona well is, instead of a "drive sula with;Orange and soon county you and will Tampa.have connection moquette carpets of the White House, or

. t He further says that he would be pleasedto It will be seen from the list of estimates well," as the Journal calls it, at Charleston, Savannah business men know Florida when :Matilda Jane Highflyer has a kettle-
better than the of and those drum for the special delectation of her circleof
hear from their ideas men your city,
any one, stating submitted to Congress, that the War Department S.
C.We shrewd men are making investments in friends, they are both Society events
concerning the shipment of fruit and whatis has finally decided on placing our suggest that our City Council appointa this part of Florida in large amounts. If according to the Yes

needed. His address, until January 1. is coast fortifications in a condition to protectour committee to obtain information and report your people will stop :flirting" with the when newspapers. even
St. John's bar, and jarring with the influ- lobbyist O'Duffy captures a Senatoror
629 F street, Washington, D. C., Fred Bal- harbors. The changed condition of upon this subject. ence of Fernandina, open a ship canal to two for a quiet dinner at Welcker's, or

com, General Manager.The modern warfare within the last twenty years, the harbor at the mouth of the St. Mary's, Chamberlains, this too, is set down as "So-
; FRUIT SHIPMENTS. Jacksonville would then have a chance to
importance of the subject to the the armored vessels floating fortresses with ; > become a great wholesale distributing pointfor ciety" news So it is impossible to tell :

j larger portion of Florida has induced us to heavy rifled cannon having a range of five I HOW FOREIGN.FRUITS ARE SOLD IN NEW YORK, the State; Fernandina would no more where Society begins or ends. But there are

;- give prominence to the plans proposed for to seven miles, has led to a revision of the FLORIDA FRUITS, ETC. interfere with her progress than Port Eads certain recognized distinctions on a large

. the amelioration of the orange trade. subject of coast batteries,and for many years NEW YORK, December 4. States does with government that of New is now Orleans.reexamining The United an scale. One of these will be pointed out.
I have read with interest the interview
. .t We publish also a communication from Mr. experiments have been going on to enable with Messrs. Bean and Elliott also the com- inside channel all along the Atlantic coast For the first time in many years there will

Blois, of New York, to the Times-Union, in the stationary battery to compete with the ments by the Messrs. Payne, but will leave for naval defence, and the opening of the be a peculiarly Southern society in Washington -
the for canal referred to would probably meet with this winter. Say what will of
disputed points a moment a you
reference to the auction sale of fruit. say
floating armored ship. The defenceless con- the hearty cooperation of the general gov-
few words if will
accord it
you kindly me the Northern and Southern people are essen-
t t Mr. Bean, who has a long and intimate dition of our coasts and harbors has been space, concerning the "fall in the market." dle ernment in it..A.lrr.chua', if local politicians.' in Jacksonville will not Times-med- tially different in their ideas of friendly in-

. ; knowledge of the subject, says the nett re- the subject of special mention by the Presi- great That measure in my humble by the opinion methods, is in caused force, in and a Union. tercourse. I think there is little reason for

;: turn to the producer last year in the North- dent in his message, and is strongly put for- in support of my argument will cite Mr. saying that either Northern or Southern
"l ern markets did not exceed ten dollars per ward in the report of the Secretary of Waras Bean's comments upon the lack of system. women are the most beautiful. I think
. The Florida fruit (I speak entirely of or- The "Book of Estimates," which was
'i box.This a matter of supreme importance.Fort anges and lemons in the New York market) sent to Congress at its opening, contains esti- that it might be said fairly that the Northern -

I estimate is, of course, based on anlVf'rage. Clinch, at the entrance to our harbor is shipped to dealers who, in the regular mates of appropriations for Florida, amount- girls dress with more style than their

-1 The nett result means after de- has been allowed to remain nearly dismantled trade in foreign fruit, are the buyers. The ing to between two and three millions of Southern sisters, but certainly not with
natural competition among receivers has a dollars. For the Internal Revenue office
more colder in their
They are
ducting freight, drayage, commission, and since the war, and with most of the tendency to lower prices, for the bidding the estimate is $14,200. For the Land office grace. man-
- being done by sellers is of down- the estimate is $7,400, the estimates being ners, more proper, and less natural. But
I loss by repacking, and we believe the state- other coast fortifications has awaited the course,
ward. With the foreign article, exactly the accompanied by a note which says a large they do not meet and mingle on equal and
ment is correct. conclusions of the Engineer Department, as reverse is the case; hence we see, as :Mr.: amount of work is in arrears, and that there agreeable terms. Southern people will be
Loose statements have been made giving to the best method of putting it in a state Bean says, better prices for greatly inferior are a number of old Spanish documents I numerous in the this
very Capital City
grades. The great quantity of unripe and which should be translated and transcribed
I as average nett proceeds three dollars per of defense. The Secretary of War, acting badly packed fruit in the market also affects while they can be read. For the Judges of son, but their social pleasures will be mostly

box, but it is unwise to give currency to upon the report of the Engineer Depart- prices for all grades to some extent. I have the United States District Courts in the confined among their sectional friends, so to

i I statements calculated to mislead or give an ment, ,now recommends the expenditure of inaugurated sales of Florida fruit throughthe State, the salaries amount to $3,500 each, or speak. They form a large but distinct class
legitimate channel-i. e., the regular $7,000, while the Marshals and District At-
incorrect view of an important industry fifty thousand dollars to be expended in "a auction room-and the result is, to put it torneys get $200 each, beyond the fees of of society visiting among themselves and

which is profitable enough on a-basis of modification of work for heavy guns, and mildly, very encouraging. Notwithstanding their office. At Key West an appropriationof having a very nice time together, particu-
the competition, better prices have been realized $1,000 to complete the sea wall is asked. larly noticeable for freedom from restraint
solid facts, without exaggeration or over- for a new exterior battery." Fort Taylor at than those ruling for the same grades For the coast and rivers the amounts rec-
and a sort of friendly familiarity which
. statements.. Key West, Fort Jefferson, Garden Key, among the dealer-commission men. ommended are as follows:
-- Forts Pickens. Barancas As to the question of glutting the market, Mosquito Inlet Light StationCompleting seems to accept any Southerner as one of
and :McRae
REFRIGERATING WAREHOUSES are I have only to say that New York is a hard the light-house at Mosquito Inlet, $70- the family.
also included in the proposed expendituresfor : market to glut with good fruit, but more And
i IN FLORIDA. 000.Rebecca what will Society do? Ah, there are
easily overstocked with inferior stuff than Shoal Light StationBeginningthe
coast defences by the construction of
delights in store for those who and
We referred recently, in an article headed any city in the Union one-tenth its size. erection of a light-house on Rebecca may can
exterior batteries. Now, concerning the question of owner- shoal, Florida reefs, $20,000.: 1 enjoy them. The President will entertain.
-i "The Sale of the Orange Crop," to the The results of modern science seem now to ship of the imported fruit, I will, with all Naval Station, Key West-Bulkhead at The Foreign Ministers will havesom grand
loss sustained the due for the of water front and purchase of Mallory lot,
. great by orange-growers point to exterior land batteries for heavy respect opinions everybody balls and routs. The Cabinet and the Su-
: concerned state the facts. $19.500.
simple The
" j : of Florida in being obliged to push their guns, the forts themselves being only secon- amount of foreign fruit bought and importedby Fort Clinch, Amelia Island Modification preme Justices will give big dinners. All

fruit crop into market before Christmas and dary and places of defense for garrisons in the owners is so small that it is hardly a of work for heavy guns!' and for new exterior the Senators' wives will "receive" on certain

within 'a very limited period of time, thus factor in the case. The method of the Mediterranean battery, $50,000. days. Ambitious people with plentyof
case of assault. shippers is much the same as that Fort Taylor and batteries. Key West
glutting the market, reducing prices and We hope that Congress will make the appropriation in vogue with our Florida growers. The Necessary repairs to main work and build- money will lavish it in a supreme desireto
j. entailing a great loss of fruit. Many fruit- fruit is consigned to commission merchantshere ings, and for continuing construction of the get all the show and satisfaction out of it
asked for and that Fort Clinch
have endeavored to lengthen their (and there are a number of them) who exterior batteries, and acquisition of sites of that can be had. I cannot begin to pictureit.
growers will be restored to its former beauty and are commission merchants in the strict accep- the two Martello towers, by purchase or condemnation But there will be a mad whirl of pleasure -
shipping season by beginning to ship in raised to a first-class fortification.In tation of the term, not dealers or speculatorsthey $76.000.
October ; the consequence has been that a sell the fruit through Messrs. Brown Fort Jefferson, Garden KeyConstructionof for those who enter into it.
view of the additional importance and Seccomb, the regular licensed auctioneers six stone platforms for heavy guns, and Talking about the Supreme Court, the
+ large quantity of immature acid fruit has given to this harbor by the recommendationof of the port of New York, who have no for repairs $28,000. Justices have formed a club-a Whist Club.
interest in the fruit either Fort Pickens, Pensacola Harbor-Modification -
; gone on the market discrediting the reputation as owners or con-
the War Department of an inside water- signees. Their salesroom is simply the of work and commencing construc- They will meet at each others' houses every

of Florida oranges, and reducing the way across the peninsula, no doubt an appropriation medium of the trade by common consent, tion of exterior battery for heavy guns, week to enjoy. the pleasures a of that game

price of all our fruit in the market, so that will be made.PERSONALITIES.. and is virtually the Fruit Exchange. $75,000. __ diversifying it with a little cold chicken, anda
, even the foreign Sicily fruit has brought bet- WILLIAM F. BLOIS. Fort Barrancas, Pensacola Harbor-Com- bottle of sparkling Moselle. Cards are a
mencing construction of exterior battery for
ter prices than the Florida orange. In a large CANALS ACROSS FLORIDA.Will heavy guns, $50,000. great source of amusement in Washington.
portion of the best orange-growing region We observe in'the Times-Union of the 11th Fort :McRae: Pensacola Harbor-Com- Everybody dines here between 4 and 6
there be a canal across Florida
construction of exterior batteriesfor
there is danger of frosts, injurious to the a reference by its:: Washington correspondent ship canal l, or a barge canal, or both ? The mencing heavy guns, $50,000. o'clock. From these hours until the busi-

fruit if allowed to stay on the tree. Our to a member of Congress from Florida, Federal administration is taking an interestin Improving Cumberland Sound, $600,000. ness or enjoyments of the evening begin,
the question, for we have the subjoined 8 o'clock there is hiatus which must
Improving Apalachicola Bay $55.000. say a
climate is too warm to retain it at home in which is in exceedingly bad taste and belongsto paragraph in the President's whichwe
message Improving harbor at Key West, $115,000. be gotten over somehow. What better thana
! our ordinary packing house; a temperature that class of personalities which we regardas furnish our readers in supplement to this Improving harbor at Pensacola, $55,000.
of cards while friends still ,
issue of the Floridian game linger
of about 45 degrees is essential to maintain in the highest degree improper. Whatever : Improving Tampa Bay, $57,000.
As an important measure of national de- Improving Apalachicola river, $2,000. and the happy and elevating effects of good
i ", the fruit in good condition for any length of our representatives may do in their fence the Secretary urges also the immediate Improving Caloosahatchee river $15,000. digestion make one incline to sociability.

time. If we could hold our fruit from the public capacity is a proper subject of criti- creation of an Inter-coast line of water ways Improving Choctawhatchee river, $68- There are thousands at the card table at

; time it gets fairly ripe and sweet, say the cism; but it is a violation of the proprietiesof across the Peninsula of Florida, along the 000. these hours, in Washington
coast from Florida to Hampton Roads, be- Improving Escambia and Conecuh rivers
15th of November to the 1st of March, a journalism to discuss the personal char- tween the Chesapeake bay and the Delaware $31,000. But I must tell you of a bit of news before

period of about three and a half months, acteristics, habits or traits which are of no river and through Cape 'Cod, and I feel Improving Manatee river, 58000. closing this letter. Whisper it gently. The
bound to impress the attention of Con- Pease creek
upon Improving $4,700.
we would command a remunerative price consequence to the public, and have no gress the necessity of continued progress in Improving St. Johns river, $000,000. Chief Executive of this great nation is said

by supplying the actual demand, but if we proper place in the columns of a newspaper. the reconstruction of the navy. The con- I Improving Suwanee river, $42,200. to be quite convinced that the Biblical injunction -

.i send forward over half of our crop,as is now dition of the public Treasury, as I have already Improving Volusia bar, $6,100. "it is not good for man to be
ME. CARLISLE'S selection as Speaker is intimated, makes the present an auspicious Improving Withlacoochee river, $16,400. alone,'* is substantially applicable to him.
the case, within a period of about forty time for putting this branch of the Senator Jones has introduced a bill in the
in The lady, it is said, is the daughter of one of
growing popular estimation. The service'in
days we must expect prices to be depressed. public a state of efficiency. Senate appropriating $100,000 for a public
i have faith in him as an honest statesman.Mr. This reference 10 Inter-coast water-ways" building at Key West, and Mr. Davidsonwill the Secretarys, a tall brunette, not exactly
We learn with great satisfaction that this reminds of the talk in Congress and the reports introduce the same in the House as beautiful, but very fine looking, and a very
i subject has occupied the attention of enter- Randall was generally classed as an as- of Federal officials nearly sixty years soon as opportunity offers. Mr. Davidsonwill queen in the drawing room. It is not prob-
tute politician. ago, and would seem to look to a barge also introduce a bill in the House ask-
prising men at the North, and a companyhas able one knows the to be a
canal rather than a ship canal-not to a ing an appropriation for a public building at any engagement
been formed, having their headquartersin MR. FRYE'S plan for a new organizationof water-way for ocean vessels like that con- Tallahassee.-Correspondence TimesUnion. fact, but it is certainly time, for the Presi-

Washington called "The National Refrigerating the National Republican Convention templated in the scheme in which Mahone dent has been quite distinctively attentive
a and Ben Butler interested. As
are to THE Florida Senators are on the following
and Construction Company." will diminish the representation of the we have the latest in the following : to the lady in question, and the gossips will
l. Senate Committees : Senator Jones, Chair- have it It be all based the
.t The purpose of the company, as we under- Southern States and increase that of the 2y Telegraph to Jacksonville Times-Union. so. may upon
man of Committee on RevolutionaryClaims idea with all the manceuvering
December, 7- Directorsof prevalent
stand it, is to provide means by which per- Northern. Florida will retain eight votes
the Florida Ship Canal Company who member of the Committee on Naval mammas, and the hopeful belles,that oughtto
ishable fruits and vegetables may be preserved under either plan, which may be countedas have been in session in this city for three
Affairs, and on the Joint Committee on Pub- be married.
:' in store-houses in an artificially cre- solid for Arthur. days past, adjourned to-day in order to meet
the views of capitalists who are negotiating lic Buildings and Woman Suffrage. Sen-
\ ated steady temperature favorable to their for the company's bonds. A stockholders' ator Call, member of Committees of Appropriations TIlE polical trials in South Carolina, so

' \ preservation for a considerable period, so' VERY little actual work has been undertaken meeting has been called in thiscity forJanu- Education and Labor, Patents far, seem to have only resulted in the con-
as yet by Congress. A numberof
\ large arjT 9th to consider a programme recom- and Engrossed Bills. We had hoped to see
that they can be sent to market no faster bills have been introduced in both who plead
viction of
mended by the finance committee. Florida represented on the Committee on a negro inspector
i than there is a demand for them. They houses. The Senate Committees have been And now in addition to the chartered cor- Commerce, but as the Special Committee on guilty of drunkenness, and was fined $200.
beside this to construct refrigerator arranged. :Mr.: Carlisle, it is supposed, will porations of the Barge Canal and the Ship Rivers and Harbors will likely be adopted,
propose soon announce the House Committees which he will, under the pauper act, ex-
con- Canal we have a third, to-wit: the Florida we may hope to see Florida: represented on
4 cars.., which will keep up a refrigerated at- cerning which there is much speculation. Ship and Transit Canal Co., with Articles that committee. piate by thirty days' confinement., .

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TREATY. J & rr B'Y'DD :

Mr. Jones, of Florida, submitted the fol- SEVERE BATTLES FOUGHT ON SEA AND LAND, 0
to the Senate, which was consideredby
lowing unanimous consent, and agreed to.: HAVANA, December 12.-The mail steamer ..............................................,............. INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSTO ,.

\VHEBEAS, President Hayes, by special which arrived to day brought the followingnews : 'CHRISTMAS : THEIR ;'

message dated March 1. iii80,called the at- : ..
tention of Congrees to "the unsettled claimsOf ST. THOMAS, December 7.The dispatch ........................................... ... .......... New Fall Goods Now '
Opening :
Spanish inhabitants of East Florida, stating that the Haytien steamer Dessalines
the years 1812 and 1813" arising out of ,
during had sunk the revolutionary steamer: La Patrie '
treaty of 1819 between the United States 883 ...
the based from
was a dispatch President
and Spain; and again, in his annual mes- Solomon, of Hayti, to the Haytien counselat .'. ;, RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER. "
sage to Congress, December, 1880, referred to St. Thomas. The report proved to be
the suoject tn the following words, to wit: untrue. On the 17th ult. the Dessalines captured For the Holiday Season of 1883-84, Novelties inDress Silks
The claims against the United States the schooner Dareless, from Kingstonfor ,

Vnder the Florida treaty with Spain were .Tacmel, with an assorted cargo of provis- -.'-
submitted to Congress for its action at the ions for the insurgents. Of eight men foundon Goods, Velveteens,
late session, and I again invite your atten- board five were shot. The names of KING'S BAZARON

tion to this long-standing question with a those shot are Arthur Allen, Edward Williams Cashmeres Prints
view to a final disposition of the matter." Aurelius Noel, Petit Jeantry and Alfred ,
AND WHEREAS, From a transcript of the Nelson.

diplomatic correspondence between Spain The British war ship Mallard which arrived CENTRE STREET, Cambrics, etc., etc.,
the United States on the subject, trans-
and at Port-au-Prince on the 17th ult., reports -
mitted to the Senate subsequent to the mes- that she witnessed on the 16th an en-

sages referred to, it appears that the govern- gagement at Miragoane, between govern- Offers a large and most attractive assortmentof |
of Spain has for many years strenu- HATL0iVPItICES.I-
ment the settlementof ment troops on shore and the insurgent handsome and useful arti-
and persistently urged
ously steamer Ln Patrie. The steamer was lying
said claims by the payment by the in the roadstead shelling the troops with a cles, suitable for
fnited States of the unpaid portions of the
hundred pounder cannon, causing consider-
decrees made by the judges, who under the able destruction. The shots from the troopsfell House-Keeping- Goods,
act of Congress of March 3, 1823, adjudi- short of the steamer. Christmas Gifts for Everybody.IN A FULL ASSORTMENT.
cated said President Solomon, in a proclamation,
ASD WHEREAS, The honor and dignity has announced that Boyer Bazales, the rebel .
that said matter Blankets and
United require Comfortables
leader who was wounded in the head on THE- ,
shall be speedily and finally disposed of; October 22d, has poisoned himself, dying at OF ALL
the end that be GRADES.
Therefore, to Congress may
Miragoane on the 27th. The same procla-
advised as to what further legislation, if *
is necessary or proper in the premises, mation says that the revolutionary com- .033- Special atttention is called pQn4.o> Cinn
any mittee at Jacmel is doomed to execution. -I| MILLINERY [- UBIIlO T UlUUliniJ
be it Prime Minister Ferry has instructed the to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of ,
President be and he
Resolved, That ,
French Charge-d'-Affairs at PortauPrinceto
elegant and
manufacture.Gents' .
to inform the Senate
is requested ,
hereby ,
insist upon the payment of the indemnity
if not incompatible with the public ser- demanded by the! French subjects who have Furnishing Goods
and in FANCY NOTIONS the all the
suffered during the revolt. The French Department, new styles.A .
viceFirst.. Whether I or not, in his opinion, man.of-war Minervs is cruising the coast. greatest care and judgment have been exer-

the ninth article of the treaty of 1819 be- None of the foreign representatives have cised in the personal selection that an expe- A run line of
United States and has been ES.ladies' and
tween the Spain Gents'Underwear
answered decisively the circular of President I.OW
rience of could .
fully executed by the United States. Solomon many years suggest.An ,
concerning the blockade and rightof
Second. If it has not been fully executed, asylum for the revolutionists.News especial feature has been made this

tion then arises whether out the of unsettled impediment questions to: its execu-of factor that another has been received from Cape there Hayti year in the ) JB@-We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New.;

undetermined questions of law, and has been frustrated.On revolutionary. attempt i York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.

what, if :any, are such unsettled questionsof the 18th ult., the government forces .............................................................
fact and undetermined questions Qf law. began the bombardment of Jacmel, when

the insurgents retreated, the shells having Fancy Department J & T. KYDJD .

The City Counctt. demolished the outworks of Fort Talafigne.At .-............................................................- ,
A meeting of the City Council was held the last report Jacmel was still resisting, FERN ANDIN A:7 FLA.
although suffering severely.It :
at the Council Chamber, Wednesday even-
is reported here that there has been a
ing. Present: Alderman Hoyt, Presidentpro severe engagement between the Dessalines Among the numerous articles in Russia RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.

fcm., and Aldermen Robinson, Kelly, and the La Patrie. It is said the paddlewheels Leather, Plush, etc., displayed, are
King. Avery, McDonald.. of the La Patrie were damaged and a shell --

of R. F. Smith asking permission killed seven men on her deck. She pro- MALLORTS STEAMSHIP
A \petition LINE !1-
ceeded to Jacmel. The Dessalines also, it is Elegant Toilet Sets,
: to enclose for cultivation that portion said, sustained serious damages besides hav-

I of Dade street, I lying between Fourth and ing her commander killed. Jewelry Stands,

Fifth streets, was referred to the Committeeon -----r----- -- -- Powder Boxes, FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .
Public Improvements and Streets. The New York Times which is in several

The following salaries for November were respects the best of the New York dailies, Handkerchief Boxes,

ordl red paid: is now carefully investigating the chancesin Glove Boxes,

11. F. Smith, marshal...................... $40 00 the Northern States. It has already a ,
:.Samuel Cook, policeman.................. 17 50 Albums, etc.
X. Bradley, .. .................. 35 00 full report on New York, which is stated to

J. llipl art, .................. 25 00 be strongly in Mr. Arthur's favor. It finds ,
.S.; Morris, night policeman.............. 37 50 As in other years,
the drift of Republican sentiment in Con-
Also the following bills: 1D
necticut also in his favor. It will be recol- .

K. )irdecai, night scavenger work ............................................................*
for November...............................$118 00 lected that the Times made a canvass of the
II.S.Oakes, G lamp posts................. 6 00 Southern States last summer, which seemedto .:Santa Claus MAD HAS E King's Bazar:.

II. F. Smith, for furnishing meals for ...........................................................* '.-
prisoners............. ....................... 4 80 be divided between Blain and Arthur.It .
Fred. Hoyt&Co., mdse. furnished is quite the most probable thing that 1r
tor( city from July 13th to Nov. 28.. 29 45 '
W. B. C. Duryee, 2 bbls. lime........... 3 50 Arthur will receive the Republican nomi- The Headquarters for his display of = ,

W. B. C. Duryee, 504 feet lumber..... 4 03 nation in 1884.

The Mirror, printing........................ 5 00 __ U _-H _-__ FINE STEAMSHIPS-
Henry Clay,day scavenger work and TOYS FOR THE LITTLE ONES !
lighting street lamps for November 33 00J.
A. Edwards recording bonds of OUT TEXAS, 1,543 TONS.
Office Hours-From. 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M.
city clerk and tax collector............ 150 CARONDELET, 1,308 TONS.
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Dolls, Parlor and Kitchen Furniture etc.,
The Finance Committee reported on the ""\V EST]RN TEXAS 1,210 TONS.
for the Girls
Orders and Letters from ; .
quarters statement of the Treasurer. The Money Registered
8:00 A. M:: to 1:00 p. jr.; and from 2:00 p. Ito Rocking Horses and Velocipedes, Express
report was ordered filed. 3:30 P. M. Wagons, Tool Chests, etc., for the Boys; ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
[The report states that the committee haddiscovered
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TIlE MAILS. Games of all kinds in large variety; and
an error of$115 in the statement,
the Transit& Peninsular Railroad things too numerous to mention. of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
Treasurer being debtor to the city to Arrives :daily except Sunday....... 3:37: r. M. D-Call early and examine before the ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-

that amount, and that the error had been Closes.......................................10:00: A. M. choicest articles are gone. sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

corrected on the book. Considerable discussion wnidina & Jacksonville Railroad This Line, having no Transfers between Feriiamliiia and New

followed the reading; of the report, Jacksonville and St. John's River York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF

Aldermen King and Robinson arguing .that mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:00 A. :M.: FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
the report should be filed but not placed I Closes (Northern mail also)..........10:00 A. M. NOTICE.FOLLOWING. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
upon record.] THE Warrants of Nassau County, are connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
Henry Clay, the contractor for the day Jacksonville and St. John's River, ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
lost have All
I arrives.....................................10:3.5 A. M. or miscarried. persons are JOHNS, OCKLAWAIIA and INDIAN RIVERS 'and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT .
work and the cautioned trade :
of not for them
lighting the to
scavenger Northern mail arrives................. 9:00 p. M. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
street lamps, presented his bond, which \was Jacksonville, St. John's River and
No. In Whose Favor. DateD Issue. PENINSULAR for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
ordered filed. the North, closes......................6:00 A. M. .Am't. LAKE WEIR.
Jacksonville and St. John's River -
The following resolution was introduced W. J. Lee............ Nov. 2 1883...
only, closes......,....................... 4:00: P. :M.
by Alderman King, and adopted: 40 Geo. W. Schuyler.. Nov. 11, 188.3. 15 51
For freight, rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
Wrai. That the Committee Streets St. Mary's RiverSt. 41 A. n. Noyes .........Nov. 11, 1883. 13 03
and Public Improvement be instructed to Mary's and Crandall, arrives 42 IG. Stark............... Nov. 11, 1883. 8 25 .K. W. SOUTH WICK:, Agent; ,

jjpeii! the drains of the city as soon as they Monday and Thursday..7:00 A. M. 43 G. F. Avery.......... Nov. 17, 1883. 1 25 FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
in their judgment deem "it safe, and that Arrives Tuesday and Friday..2:00.p. M. 41 James \IcGiffin._ .... Nov. 17, 1883. 22 00 H. MALLORY & CO., ..
they be authorized to contract or employ Closes Tuesday and Friday............3:00: p. M. Pier 20 East River New York. 51-
labor, St. :Mary's and DungCl' ss'Vednes- L. W. HIGGINBOTHAM.
to nut the said drains in good and
perfect order in time day and Saturday, arrives.........11:00 A. M. Sup't Board Pub. Inst. Nassau Co.
as soon a as possible,
Fernandina, Fla., December 14,1883.FURNITURE. PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY
not later than March 1st 1884. Closes Wednesday and Saturda) ... 3:00 r. !II.St.fary'sonlyMondayand GROCERIES ETC.
Thursday -

The requisition for stationery for the City arrives...........................2:00 P. M.
''lerk's office, was referred to the Committee Closes Mond..y and Thursday.........8:00 A. M. H.E.: DOTTERERt

on Printing. SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M.

President Hoyt made the following -
I !
for the vacancies on the various List of Letters I Lj tJ

committees,created by reason of his electionto Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina ,,
the .* *
chair: Nassau county, Florida, Dec. 15th, 1883. 1 --t
") Finance-Alderman Kelly. Persons calling for these letters must n FINE FAMILY GROCERIES T "
Ordinances and Rules Alderman McDon advertised: say L..JI.:: JUST RECEIVED THIS { } ,

ald.Tax a new lot of -+ +-
and License-Alderman Williams. Anderson, Jas Hubing, James :

[These committees made Armstrong, Mrs Ella Hill, Miss Annie Chamber Suits
are now as
up ,
Adams, Miss S K Hoepel: Joseph ::::J
follows' : On Finance, Avery, Robinson, Kel- Brown, Mrs Chas Hnabb, II Parlor Suits, EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

Iy: OH Ordinances and Rules, Avery, King, Brown, Mrs Catherine Jackson, Miss Fannie

and McDonald; on Taxes and Licenses, Avcry Brown, Samuel Jarins, John W ,LIIIpp Tables, Lounges, FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. '
.McDonald and Williams.-ED. MIRROR.] Brooks. E J Lewis, Fred W .-,,__.!_-... ,
The' Bra, A S Munroe, James H Rockers, Chairs,
following resolution of Alderman
Barnwell, B W Magoon, Wm
Avery was referred to the Committee on Finance Boitel, Ferreira Mercan, Miss F 'U_ Wardrobes,
: Clarck, William McCool, S D
Nathaniel Robert --- Bedsteads PURE AND OF GOOD
Y: oh'CZ, That the same rate be fixed forl'.Il''y C .
Carpenter, W Rogers, .
n of revenue for the present year, Copeland Rogers, Miss M T Springs, Mattresses, ;
jr ln 1SS2, viz.: One per cent.. for general -- ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF '-
Tommie Mrs
Rogers, Lally
: Payable in scrip, and one-quarter of Pillows etc. etc.
Dorsey, Jackson Rhodes, Miss '
.mi l per cent. for the redemption of bonds, Delaney..Mrs Julia Perrj, Rose n 1
Untcrest -fFINE COFFEESr-
thereon payable in cash or TEAS AND f ,
hoods, Evans, Mrs Rose M Perkins, John
Adjourned. Edwards. Mrs Mary Stahl, Spurdeon K -t IN +- i
Floson, Miss Georgie Smith, Jordon

Senatorial -Republican has FEED W. HOYT & CO.FURNITURE.
caucus Louis Ike
Srinmings. ::::J
"ininated General McCook for Secretary of Gordon, Miss Rutha Tyson, S T i.

the Senate. Gorham Hardee, Myley Wikson, Floursons NEW GOODS Received Steamer. 1 i
Mahonc's Every
man was Han ley, R' Woods, Av ;

Defeated.. Mahone attended the caucus, and Hamilton, Mrs Betty Williams, Alexander I LL _.r E #. '

IS in full line with them. SAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M. I = Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FJERNANDINA, FtA, (

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,1:? IMPROVE POOR LAND. sledge field it will bring it at but -
it -
up once, -- -...
la \The Deer Creek Farmer's Club of Mar-- is easier to make poor land good than to BOOKS. ,AND STATIONERY. in Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Supe'dntendento-Schools-J.C.Ilamser----
land, has lately been discussing questionof make good land rich. October. Troy. 'Xe-
how to improve poor land. Many of its William F. Hays had tried to improvepoo'r HORACE DREW FOURTH CIRCUIT County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock
members are men of might*' in agricultural land by several plans. He had sowed Spring Term- Troy. "
t science, hence when the club takes up buckwheat, cutting off and plowing it Bookseller, Stationer, St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Collector ,of Revenue Sevfton I
a question for discussion we are alwas sure down, following with wheat; he had also Printer and Bimlcr. Clay, 4th Tuesday March. Troy. Saon' New
of somethihg interesting. On the occasion broken up lands in the fall, summer fal- Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-A.S.Ackley. I
referred to Mr. James Lee is reported to lowed it, sowed wheat the next fall and Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. LEON : New Troy.

1- have stated that the trouble with poor land grass seed on the wheat. He applied 400 I School Books and Orange Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Judge-Wm.COUNTY.I'.
1 WrapsNOW I
was in the Jack of vegetable matter. You pounds of bone dust and sixty pounds of .. Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Sherlff-A. Moseley Byrd, Tallahassee.
must get that in the land in some way. In :. Peruvian guano. A "SPECIALITY.Liberal Fall Term- Clerk-C. A. Bryan, ::; >.
"'j taking up poor land he would first plow it Mr. Webster regarded clover as the basisof -- St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Superintendent of Schools, Tallahassee. ,
in the spring, sow buckwheat or early peas, improvement to all the old farms of the Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Tallahassee. Henry X.Felke ;
i turn them late in the summer or in the fall country.. He did not see why 'a farmer :711- discounts to Teachers and Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-J. L.
,t : and sow wheat. If his bank account could could not follow a rotation, and could judge Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector Demilly Tallahassee.
.': stand it he would fertilize heavily and try from experience what crops would best aid application. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. hassee. RClenue-C., C. Pearce, T d lla-
.. to get a stand of clover. When you get in improving the land. He referred to Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Assessor
'.t' land to growing clover there is not much I lands in the forest that had been made rich 59 W. BAY STREET, CIRCUIT. of Taxes-G.A. Croome, Tallahassee -

. F trouble to, improve: it. He would'pasturethe by putting the manure all in one place, and '.JACKSONVILLE.. Spring Term-
clover the first year after' it comes in claimed that any land could be made rich. I Sumter, 3d :Monday in March. LEVY COUNTY.
"t ,. bloom. Leave it on the ground two years The lands they were talking about are a Marion, 4th Monday in March. famty Judge-Jno.F. McDonell, Bronson
:c i and then plow it again for wheat, returning good deal like our thin lands of many por- ST. JOSEPII'S ACADEMY Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.
i 7. the straw immediately) to the ground. As tions of the lower South and hence it is Fcrnamlina, Flu.TIllS March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.
soon as the land( would grow corn he would more than probable that much i of our lands Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th :Monday in Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
plant it, get stock to eat and tramp upon might be managed somewhat on the plan INSTITUTION, UNDER THE March. Collector of Ret'enue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
,.:: the rough feed, returning the manure to the proposed Virginia lands. Of course, we of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, Alachua, 4th :Monday after 4th Monday in Key.
" l ground. His rotation would then be corn, couldn't expect ,to rotate with wheat, but is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest March. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden
: t
. .' wheat two years, clover, wheat and grass, we might substitute some other crop that! portions of'Florida. Fall Term- hall, Bronson.

, r '.. leaving it in a sod a length of time for pas- would work with the same effect. Raising The hnildintr..which was erected esneciallv Sumter., 1st, Monday in October. rr .._... T.." ..MADISON_ ...,. ,.COUNTY.wun.J ____,_ .
t.ure. In applying fertilizers would prefer buckwheat to turn under as a manure_ for a School is Marion, 3d Monday October. tluuge-li.. ..'1. vvunerspoon
.._ __ ..L ,h, ,H . un'n Boarding large and a1rin" in Madi-
w use: tlJem 011 wneat, IJlowll1g early j sow would be a new thing for this region, but The Course of Instruction is thorough and Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. son.
bone immediately, broadcast, striking it in we believe it would succeed for the purpose solid, comprising, both in English and Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison.
lightly with a harrow. He would apply very well if sown early in the season. We French, all the branches of a good educa- Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison
barn-yard manure to sod. have raised it in Mobile county often, finding tion. Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and November. Madison.Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tvner
Mr. William F. Sawyer thought the bestwa it to cover the ground with an immense Bedding, per quarter, $40.50. Music Les- SEVENTH CIRCUIT.
" )' would be to cultivate something that growth ; but it don't seem to mature its sons, with use of Instrument, $12.00. Spring Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison
would be available for plant, food and get seed well with us. Of course, this last Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy Orange, 4th Monday in January. Collector of Ret'enueI. H. Warring, Mad
the land in clover, Would ,apply bone would not hurt it as a green crop for turning Work taught without additional charge. Volusia, 3d Monday February. ison.Assessor
early in the season and make a growth of under.-Mobile Register. Payments required in advance. Brevard, 1st Monday in March. ison. of Taxes E. D. Wadsworth, Had
clover, even if not strong. Clover will growon Schools will reopen October 1st. '1883. Dade, Monday in April.
thin land, but heavy, clammy soils do BRAINS IN HOUSEKEEPING.We For further particulars, apply to the Acad- Fall Term- MANATEE COUNTY.
not suit it well. His rotation is corn, two commend the following sound and emy. 42 Orange, 2d Monday in Augusta County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee
crops of wheat, followed by grass. He Volusia, Monday in September. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee
plows wheat stubble to get it in good condi- logical reasoning to our young lady readers: THE CELEBRATED Brevard.4th Monday in September. Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
tion. Let the grass remain if he can fouror "I don't know how to cook anything but Dade, 2d Monday in November. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentorcn
five years mowing the first year. Pas- caramels!1" remarked a very charming young tt Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton
turing may set the grass better. lady to me the other day, with an innocentair tt Popash.
i George E. Silver said the best rotation he of delight in her own ignorance that was |I MONITOR OIL STOVES I I County Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward

knew of to make poor land fertile is barn- quite amusing. Amusing, yet it set me to tt----- tt County Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines- Pine Level.
yard manure and bone dust. But the cost thinking quite seriously. I thought of the ville. MARION COUNTY.
must be considered, and farmers like to home and the husband that this girl is ex- FOR SALE BY Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala.
make the ground pay its way while improving pecting to be hers before long, and I won. Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
1 it. We are limited, to a certain extent, dered whether the would bring to that home FRED W. IIOYT I I.' as to rotation of crops to corn, wheat, hay all her manifold ignorances, expecting, in ville. Assesstor of lares-Thomas Barco, Cotton
and grass. Clover is a great help to the soil spite of them, to make the undertaking a Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Plant.
and on heavy clay soil it is cheaper than success. Of course, being gifted naturally GENERAL DIRECTORY. ville. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. For
artificial manures. It is necessary to put with a quick, intelligent mind, she will, in Superintendent of Schools W. N. Sheats, Ocala.
the land in some crop and that depends on the end, probably work her way out of the Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin.
the ability to apply manure. His rotation difficult problem before her, but how about BAKER COUNTY. Fort McCoy.
{ would be corn, wheat, clover. Let the her husband, meanwhile? Now, I do not States Officers.LAND County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. MONROE COUNTY.
clover stand two years, top dress with plas- believe in making one's husband bear the OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key Wen
ter and put in the wheat. Follow with brunt of all one's housekeeping mistakes. Register-L. A. Barnes Gainesville. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West.
grass. Mow it one or two years, then pas- I sympathize most heartily with his irrita- Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key Wfet
., ture tion when he home derson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. :
occasionallv top dressing. In this way comes from business, SurveyorGeneralIalachi Maloney, Jr.
t t the land can be Brought to a good state of jaded and weary, to find an ill-cooked meal hassee. Martin, Tall Collector of Revenue Fleming B. Smith, Key West. '

.. cultivation in a few vears and kept so. awaiting him, and a wife who looks unmistakably Sanderson. Collector of Rezenue'V alter C. Jfaloner. ,
Judge Walters said he did not attach the tired and cross, and has not stopped DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Jr., Key West.Superintendent.

same importance that many persons do to to think whether her dress is tidy and be- Judge-Thomas:.rI. _I .Settle.,. Jacksonville.. Olustee. ., of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key
,; a systematic rotation ,of crops. We should comin, nr Quite the rpvprsp-- -, -Tf.- is-- _curnrie._a,..."v- .J.1J.urlmut-J. 11. jLfu.rh.ee, uK U11Y111C.u I --R.t---nFnRn- ---- I'nTT1\'I'V............ 'Vest.
ing what a l long these Clerk-Philip Walter Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard NASSAU .
manage land suas LU have it a.rna)'a in sume way little things will Providence. COUNTY.C01mtyJudgeHinton
paying crop, and plow to keep it in that go in working disenchantment in his slow- INTERNAL REVENUE.: Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. J. Baker, Fernan
condition. To make land rich we must usebarnyard going masculine mind. He is sensible of a Collector-Dennis Eagan Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. dina.
e manure and bone dust to supply feeling that something is wrong, which he % Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
i mineral manures and organic matter. If he doesn't know how to set right; that he is COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina.
4. had poor land to improve he would first get made: to suffer unjustly for something that John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Assessor of Tares-\Vm. H. Garland, Fer-
i it in condition to raise clover, then apply a is not his fault, and it is not to be wonderedat Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. nandina.
thick fertilizer, raise a crop of wheat and if he begins to sigh for the orderlinessof John F. House, St. Augustine. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott. Fer
j then start grass to growing. He could sow his mother's household, and to wonder Starke. nandina.
: clover and when that was set would sow if his wife can be quite the girl he thoughtshe BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
bone-dust on it, letting it rest until nature was when he married her. State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City botham, Callahan.
dissolved the bone dust. It would then be I do not mean by this that our girls should Point. ORANGE
ready to raise wheat or corn. By occasion become mere household drudges, or narrow Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. County Judge-R. L.COUNTY.Summerlin
ally plowing down crop of grass you supply down their lives to a round of monotonous EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Clerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando. Orlando.
organic matter and improve the soil. daily task ; but I do mean that they should Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. gianna. Sheriff Thomas W.Shine Fort Reid.
In using raw bone, theory and practice make it their duty and ambition to so thor- Lieutenant- -Livingston W. Bethel Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens
bnth point to putting it on grass and let it oughly master the science of housekeeping Key West.Secretary lando, Orange county.Superintendent Reid, Fla.Collector. > Fort
lay a year. Better results are obtained in that they should be competent to teach of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- of Schools-A. Grady, La of Revenue Richard H. Marks
this tan in any other way. The rotation their servants to carry out their plans, or, if i lahassee. Grange. Sanford. ,
must be varied according to circumstances. need be, to throw themselves into the Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. CLAY COUNT. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks
A grass set may fail and the field have to breach with ease and confidence, and unas- Treasurer Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Fort Reid.
be plowed out of its order. sisted carry on the household machinery Attorney-General-George Raney, Talla- Park. PUTNAM
Parker II. Lee said when he first took the without a jar. Brains are as necessary in hassee. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove Judge of Probate-B. Harrison Palatka.
farm on which he lives the land was very housework as in anything else, and an intelligent Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Springs. Jerk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka.,
thin and nearly all in commons. He began woman can master every detail a Tallahassee. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sheriff Thomas Shally.
with good plowing, and depended on clover great deal quicker than her less cultured Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Springs. Assessor S. E. Timmons.
and pasture to improve it until lime came sister, but those details should be studied in Foster, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
into use. Any land will improve by proper the leisure of her girlhood, and not when A djutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
'farming and keeping grass on it. If he ,intended she has the responsibility of a new homemaking BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Maxville. Strickland.
i to make a poor farm improve itself on her hands. That is like a phy- Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger,
lie would sow no grass but clover. Would sician going into practice before he has Commissioner. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Middleburg. County Judge TAYLOR-W. H.COUNTY.Parker
mow the clover first, and pasture with studied his profession. Women, relying on COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Osteen Perry.
sheep the second year. Then plow the their quicker intuitions, rush boldly into Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. County Judge-W. M. Ives,Jr.,Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
clover under for corn, and follow with enterprises which it takes men years to prepare Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent Perry.
i wheat, and clover.R. for. They are impatient of the delay Building, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Perry. of -T. J. Franklin.

John Rogers said that in taking up involved in a thorough and painstaking SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-L.W. Rivers, Lake City. County Treasurer-D. S.
poor land he would like to get in clover as preparation, and in that, I fear, lies the Chief Justice- E. :M. Randall,Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox Sutton,Perry.
soon as possible. The surest way to get i reason of our frequent failures in the son Associate Justice-J. Westcott,j r.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Collector of Relenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
clover is with oats. After sowing the oats called masculine professions. A man's Lake City. Assessor Perry.
sow the clover, giving the ground a brush mind, to quote an oft-repeated saying, see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh DUVAL COUNTY. of Taxes S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
,. with a harrow and you will oe pretty sure arrives at results by a slow course of logical Jacksonville. County Judge William A. McLean, Jack JOHN'S COUNTY.
, to get a set. Use some fertilizer, even for reasoning-a woman jumps at the same result Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. tine.County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus
oats. With a good crop of clover as a start: by intuition, and then she is unable to Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.
I I give her reasons. CIRCUIT JUDGES. Sheriff Uriah Bowden Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St.
ing point follow with wheat and clover Jacksonville. Augustine.
again. There is a poor chance for corn on All our girls cannot expect to marry First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
poor land, but wheat is more certain. Witha moneyed men, nor can they be sure, in the sacola. ville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St.
free use of clover the land will improve. uncertain conditions of our modern life, Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. Collector of Rezenue-Ioses J. Brown, Augustine.
; He had never found it possible to follow upa that men who are rich to-day may not be Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
strict rotation of crops. He asked if any poor and struggling in a short year or two, Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- St. Augustine.Superintendent.
one had found plowing buckwheat benefi and surely these men have a right to ex Fourth Circuit' -James M. Baker, Jackson- sell Jacksonville. of Schools-C. F. Perpall.
pect that the woman they place at the head ville. HAMILTON BOUNTY.: St. Augustine.

cial.Thomas A. Hays said the best crop of of the home they have, in many cases, Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY.
wheat he ever raised was by plowing in toiled hard to win, shall be able to fulfil her: ville. Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. County
buckwheat. Last year he sowed four acres I duty towards that home in the true spirit, Sixth Circuit-R. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Sheriff-James M. Duncan, Jasper. Clerk-Thomas Judge-Henry J. Cassidy, Leesburg.
1 of with bringing to it a full comprehension of its Seventh Circuit W.Archer Cocke Assessor of Ivey, Leesburg.
corn ground peas. using some fer Sanford .T'Xes-J. R. Hunter Ancram. .heriff-J. S. Dvches.. Leesbunr.
i tilizers. They made a rank growth, which i cares and duties and an ability, so far as it Collector of revenue-W. H. H. JUcLeod, Assessor of Taxes-G.'P. Webster.
he plowed 'under and_ had. an_ increased could be .(..!.:liIlOO---- ,-, bv-'" _nns'ipntinnCl_ __._ _. v a U.tn.1.U"'J. h"-..,"'- Columbia County.Superintendent Collector of R 'enue-J.Wall R. G. Hamilton '
A GI VJ. twit tile ground UI1U drill 111, but forehand to perform those duties well.- Court Calendar.FIRST of Schools-Joshua H. Rob Sumterville.
don't harrow it. Get the land in clover as Marion Farley, Brooklyn, N. Y. erts, An cruni. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke.
soon as possible, and keep it in clover as Fall Term- CIRCUIT. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sumterville.
long as you can. County Judge-W. L. Frierson Brooks-
Thomas Lochary said that in Santa, Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. ville. COUNTY.
up County Judge-M. M. Blackburn Live
poor lands he would try to keep in cloveras BAKERY and CONFECTIONERYWILLIAM Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. ,
much as possible. He was not as much in Holmes October., 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday SJieriff J. B. Stickler, Brooksville. Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid Live Oak.
in favor of making ground rich by resting it Assessor of laxes-Frank E.Saxon,Brooks- Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak.
as he used to be. After land is in clover Washington, 2d l\Iondayafter4th Monday ville. Assessor
IIYNES in October. of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wel-
two years follow with corn and wheat, sowing Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, born.
clover next spring. Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Brooksville.
TO REMIND THE PUBLIC October. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,
William D. Lee said if he had a poor WISHES he is I Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Live Oak.
now ready to make Escambia, 1st Monday in December.
farm and no outside means, he would run anv Fort Dade.
off and let somebody else improve it. kind of This act amended section 2 of act of February HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Superintendent Oak. of Schools-J. O. C. Jones

i Clover and commercial fertilizers should be BREAD. CAKE OR PIES, 10, 1879, and does not. change the County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA
Spring Term. COUNTY.
used to begin with. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown Tampa.
Edward P. Moores said his rotation would on the shortest possible notice. He will also Spring Term. THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise. Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-

be corn, followed by wheat two years in have on hand, for the Holidays, a fine assort- Assessor of Taxes--S.E.Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins Enterprise.
Taylor 1st
Tuesday after 1st ,
\ succession, then sow clover. Fertilize the ment of April. Monday. in Collector of Ret'enue-W. F. Burls, Tampa. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise.
corn and wheat as heavily as you can. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson
Mow the clover the first year and pasture ENGLISH FRUIT CAKE, Madison, 2d Monday in April. Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-
) the secand. If he wanted to plow he would Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. JEFFERSON. prise.
l try to put on a covering of stable manure ranging from one pound upwards. in Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.Superintendent Collector. of Revenue John B. Jordan, De-
first. JI2!'" All orders April. Sheriff-T.
thankfully received and B. Simkins, Monticello.
-, \ E. M. Allen said he never saw a crop of promptly attended to. in Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. En terprise. of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

green clover pawed under fail to bring a 51 tjan WM. HYNES, April. Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor,
good crop of w eat. Clover is a good fer- Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Monticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
tilizer, and is not used enough. TO ARRIVE in April. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau Mon- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
: Fall Sheriff W. H. Walker Crawfordville.
Term- ,
Moores said ticello.
John $10 worth bone dust
a \ would improve the land more than a ton of trvrv BARRELS POTATOES. October.Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon- Superintendent Clerk-Nat. R. Walker of SchoolsW., Crawfordville.. Duval,
clover, which might be sold for $10. The ticello.

t plowing worst crop under of wheat green he clover.ever had was from 500 BARRELS- POTATOES. Madison Hamilton, ,2d 4th Monday Monday in in October.October. keenah.Assessor of Taxes J.: P. Grantham, Wau- fordville.Crawfordville.County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw

R. Archer with Mr. Mooresin Suwannee,.1st Monday after 4th Monday
4 Harristo agreed :MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE. in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue -W. H. WalkerCrawf
plowing under green clover. County Judge-W. J. Dixon New
Troy. fordville.
If I apply a half a ton of bonedust to J Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff Thomas \
a FRED W. HOYT & CO. October. J. Walker, New Troy. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw
Clerk Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville. ,

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Professional and Business Cards. BOOTS AND SHOES. I In the Justice's Court, Nassau AN ORDINANCE IME CARD I ",


HOMEOPATHIC ::s W. F. WOOD, Jr., |} S NASSAU COUNTY. SECTION 1. No person shall engage in or ANDFERNANDINA ... :
You notified that writ of :
a at the
are hereby business
manage &
\ profession or JACKSONVILLE
St., between Centre and Alachua occupa- R. R.
Fourth tachment hasbeen issued against you, the tion referred to in this Ordinance, unless a I
FERNANDINA, FLA. C> { Proprietor, }} E; said V.R.Bristoland your property attached, city license shall have been procured from In Effect November 19th, 18SS.
to satisfy the demand of Win. F. Wood, Jr., the City Collector, which license shall be GOING SOUTIi.
to the sum of six dollars and issued to each
amounting person on receipt of the
Calls answered promptly day or night.,andMedicine O OT sixty cents. amount, proper Day Pas. M Pas.
furnished without extra together the Clerk's fee of

hours:-a. m. until 8; p.charge.m. 1 to 2 Now, unless you shall appear before G.W. twenty-five cents for each license and shall Leave Fernandina................. A.M.6.15 7.00 p.M.
S7to8. 22 ly. a: : Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for be 'signed by the Collector and City Clerk. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 5.25 7.45
said county,at his office at Fernandina, Fla., No license shall be issued for more than Arrive Callahan... .
one ................ 8.40
W. E. SNYDER on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1883, at year, and all licenses shall expire on the Leave Callahan..................... 7.38 9.20
DR. s s 10 a. m.,judgment will be rendered against first day of October of each but frac- Leave Dutton......
year; ........... ..... 8.05 9.53
AND you and your property sold to pay the debt. tional licenses may be issued to expire on Leave Brandy Branch..........._ 8.18 10.08

Dated this 20th day of October, 1883. that day at a proportionate rate, estimating Arrive Bald win..................... 8.35 10.32
J Se S sT 47 "1')1. F. WOOD, JR.Commissioner's from the first day of the month in which Leave Baldwin....................... 8.55 10.42

H > = the license is so issued. Leave Maxville.................... 9.17 11.08
) Sale. SEC. 2, The businesses, professions and oc- Leave Highland} ..................., 9.44 11.32!
( g i HO : : BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE cupations for which such license tax shall Leave Lawtey......................._ 9.49 11.52
County Court, in and for the County of i be collected are hereby declared to be those

W'' = =-- Nassau, I will sell to the highest bidder, in I mentioned in Section 11 of an Act of the Leave Temple's.....................10.04 12.12 A.M.

&3WJI. Op front of the Court-House, in the County of Legislature of 1883, entitled "An Act for the Leave Starke.......................,.10.12 1".*>0
Nassau, Florida,on the first Monday in January Assessment and Collection Revenue," ap- Leave Thurston......................10 23 12.40
j{ Fernandina }} :E A. D. 1884, the following real estate, proved March 5, 1883, and for which cities Arrive Waldo......................10.43 1.10
B. C. DURYEE, belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Brad- may impose license tax; and the amount of Leave Waldo.......................11.05 1.50
dock, deceased, situate and being in the license tax for which each person engaged Leave Gainesville................11.54 3.00P.
EXERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, $ {j Cor. Centre & Third. (} satTHE county of Nassau, Florida : that is forty in such business profession, or occupation, M.

p 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, NEW STORE.II .--, ship 2 north, range 25 east, bounded as fol- per cent. of the amount fixed by said act. Leave Batton .......................12.24 3.50
lows : On the east by section 15. north by SEC. 3. All restrictions, requirements and Leave Archer........................1240 4.40
FERNANDINA, FLA. lands of Florida Railroad, and on the west penalties, and the manner of collecting, pro- Leave Bronson....................... 1.06 5.35
ircCuriosityVariety-i-' s by main run of Summerlin's Branch, the vided in the act above mentioned.are herebv I Leave Otter Creek.................. 1.38 6.35

Hay, Corn, Oats line commencing at the Transit Railroad adopted for the collection of license taxes in Leave Rosewood ................._ 2.08 7.35
.- one-quarter of a mile from the southeast corner the City of Fernandina, so far as the same Arrive Cedar Key.................. 2.36 8.15!
IV. K.: BAUKNIGHT, StoreOffers of the grant; thence north 20 chains toa may apply, except express companies, or
stake; thence west 80 chains to run of their agents, who shall pay only twenty-five GOING NORTH.
AGENT, of branch ; thence the run of branch south- dollars for each year. Day Pas Nt Pas.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL a large and carefully selected eat to the railroad ; thence along the rail- SEC. 4. The Collector shall transmit to the AMPM.

AND STOCK DEALER, road to starting point. Council, at its first meeting in each month, Leave Cedar Key................... 7.00 6.00
BUTCHER ANDDcader Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for titles.J. a statement showing the amount of moneys Leave Rosewood.................... 7.32 6.45
in Ice STOCK OF HOSIERYFor A. EDWARDS, received for licenses during the preceding Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.03 7.40
Commissioner. month, with the name of each person pay- Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39 8.45
TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.I3AN 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. :: : :C KERCI3IEFS:: : : AN ORDINANCETo profession for which the same was issued ; Leave Arredondo................... 933 10.20
and said statement shall be signed by the Leave Gainesville...................10.00 11.00
LOUIS A. C. LANGE, Silk, Linen, and Cotton. Provide a Fire Department. for the City oFernandina. Collector and Clerk ; and the Collector shall Arrive Waldo......... .............10.42 12.00
pay to the Treasurer the amount collectedby A. l\I.

Gloves Neckties Ribbons IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR him for licenses on the first day of each Leave Waldo..........................10.52 i.35
Council of the City of Fernandina: month. Leave Thurston.....................H 13 2.10
Foot of Centre Street Laces, Towels, Napkins, :SECTION: 1. That a Fire Department shall SEC. 5 All Ordinances, or parts of Ordinances Leave Starke.........................11.28 2.35
I Dress Lining Buttons be organized by the Council for the City of conflicting with the provisions of Leave Temple's ....................11.36 2.50
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Fernandina, and shall consist ,of as much this Ordinance are hereby repealed. Leave Lawtey.........................11.53 3.25P.
and Notions Generally.A force and such officers as the Council shall Passed first reading October 10, 1883. l\I.

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 First and Second Assistant, to be elected by Passed third reading, and adopted, October Leave Maxville.....................12.27 4.30
notice. 36 new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- the Council and to hold office for the term 31, 1883. Arrive Baldwin ....................12.51 5.10
TIES just received and marked low. of one year, or until their successors are G. F. AVERY, Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.11 5.45
JAMES JIcGIFFINCONTRACTOR elected ; said officers to be elected at the President of Council pro tern. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.29 6.15

AND BUILDER, Our Stock ofCORSETSis Very Superior. first regu'ar meeting of Council in Nov- Attest: Leave Dutton......................... 1.44 5.40
/ ember in each year. W. F. WOOD, Jr., City Clerk. Arrive Callahan..................... 2.10 72.5
\J SEC. 2. The Fire Department shall be un- Approved: Leave Callahan..................... 2.22 8.00
Alachua Street, between Second and Third, 1:3JIn PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- der the control of the City Council, and the F. C. SUHRER, Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.03 9.10

FERXANDINA, FLA. ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a Council shall have general l superintendence 50 Acting :Mayor. Arrive Fernandina................. 3.37 9.50
fine variety. of all property belonging to said Depart- 33-
Day Passenger
Orders and estimates from a distance carefully ment. RAILROADS. daily except Sunday;
Night .
attended to. 25-tf FLORIDA m SEMI TROPICAL CURIOSITIESA SEC. 3. The Chief Engineer shall have su- Passenger daily.PENINSULAR

preme command of the Fire Department at .
O. S. OAKES, SPECIALTY. all fires; and in his absence the assistants in I FLORAL CITY ROUTE. DIVISION.GOING .
the order named. -
C ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, #&'-Orders from the Country Solicited.KING'SJ .*! SEC. 4. That it shall not be lawful for an FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R.R. SOUTH.
organization of firemen to have anything to (Central, or .Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) Day Pas. At Pas.

MANCFACTURES do, or be connected, with the Fire Depart JACKSONVILLE, November 18,1883. \.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
consent of Council. \J road and its connection will run as follows Leave Dixie.........................11.52 2.10P.
ALL SIZES. 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. :
SEC. 5. No apparatus belonging to the de- )1.
Post Office Box 174. --- partment shall be assigned-to:- Leave Hawthorne............ ....12.08 2.36
any privateuse WESTWARD.No.
ian4 Fernandina, FlaW HO FOR THE BEACH without the written consent of the Chief No. 1. Leave Lochloosa..................12.25 3.02

and the approval of the chairman of the Accom. Mail. Leave Orange Lake..............12.51 3.35
P. ANSLEY, ANDAMOONLIGHTDRIV1The ; I Committee on Fire Department.SEC. Leave Jacksonville....... 3.40 p m 8.W.a m Leave Anthony Place............ 1.16 4.15
6. The different shall Baldwin ............ 5.45pm 8.44am Leave Silver Spring.............. 1.43 ,:
t three elegant Omnibuses of McGinnis choose their own officers and their Lake City.......... 9.55 p in 10.42 a m Leave Ocala........................... 2.00 5.00
& Rawson can be secured for private partieson own internal affairs. manage Live Oak..12.50 am 11.34 a m Leave"Lake Weir Station........ 2.40 6.00

very reasonable terms,at any hour, either SEC. 7. That in case of disagreement :Madison ............ 2.45am 1.16pm Arrive Wildwood.................. 3.05 6.40
day or night. between any Arrive Monticello......... 5.30 am 3.00 pm
a and the Chief GOING
CI 1 1k 26 McGINNIS & RAWSON. company or Tallahassee......... 7.05am 3.50pm NORTH.
other officer of the Department, the same A.M. p. jr.
5I shall, after the emergency be referred to the Leave Tallahassee......... 7.45 a m 4.00 p 111 Leave Wildwood.... .............. 6.55 6.30
Arrive .............. 9.25
Quincy 5.03
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Council, who shall decide the matter in con- a m pIll Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.15 ..
jf troversy.SEC. Chatta. River..11.15 a m 5.45 p m Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.25
8. That the Chief Engineer shall have Leave River Junction... 6.00 pIll Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22
Arrive Marianna..........
Dissolution of Partnership.Y power to suspend at any time any memberof 6.55 p m Leave Anthony Place............. 8.48 9.05 .
.. .
Pensacola. .. ...
MUTUAL CONSENT, THE CO- the Fire Department or any company for 11.45pm Leave Orange Lake................ 9.12 9.55 '
South side Centre St., near the Depot. B partnership heretofore besween any act calculated to cause a disturbance or Montgomery 6.55 a m Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.40
existing Mobile..............
FLOHID.JEYELItY FOR SALE J. II. McGINNIS and ,Yo S. RAWSON is bring disgrace upon the Department, until New Orleans.... 4.45am Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.54 11.10
AND dissolved. The said McGinnis retires and such time as he can bring the case before 10.10am Leave Dixie.........................10.11 11.40A.
MADE TO ORDER. Council Nashville........... 7.15pm
said Rawson continues in the business alone. for investigation.SEC. Louisville.......... .)f.
*...** All work warrnnted. All parties having any claims to settle with 9. All repairs to apparatus shall be Cincinnati........ 6.45am 2.20 a in Arrive Waldo... ..................10.35 12.15SSDay
the aforesaid firm will adjust them with W. done under the direction of the Committeeon
Fire Passenger daily except Sunday;
S. Rawson, who has assumed all debts and Department.SEC. EASTWARD.No.
No. 2. Night Passenger daily.
DO-W'S .
liabilities of the said partnership.J. 10. Any company desiring to join the
Accom. :Mail.
Fire Department shall apply in writing,
II. McGINNIS, Arrive Jacksonville....... 7.30am
JAMAICA ;GINGER CORDIAL. W. S. RAWSON. through its proper officers, to Council, stat- 9.00pm FERNANDINA k; JACKSONVILLE R. R.
ing the number of members, its officers, etc. Leave Baldwin ............ 6.00am 8.21 pm
October 15,18S3. ; Lake ..........
T* NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT I such application to be indorsed by the Chair- City. 2.20 a m 6.18 p m GOING SOUTH.

<1 1t i> "'> of I lint> the contains finest all the medicinal proper-, Having purchased the entire stock of man of. 11.the Each Committee company on shall Fire Department.SEC. adopt some. )Live Madison Oak..12.15........... 8.40pm a m 4.03pm 5.25 pIll Leave Leave Hart's Fernandina..10.30 Road....................11.05 a.a. m.m.

'I' very Jamaica Ginger Root. It Horses, Carriages, etc., belonging to the late uniform or badge to be worn when on duty, Monticello ......... 5.50pm 1.55pm Arrive Jacksonville.....................12.10 p.m.
pleasant to take firm of McGinnis "
and & Rawson, I shall con- which uniform shall be Tallahassee......... 4.40pm l.llpm
tinue the business at the old stand, and re- or badge reported to Arrive Tallahassee........ 3.55pm l.Olpm GOING NORTH.
KKs and
: Council. The Council
INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, spectfully solicit a continuance of the pat- also approved< ('OLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC ronage of the customers of the late firm. by the adopt Chief a and Assistants or badge when to be worn Leave Chatt'chee Riverl'2.10: p m 11.15am Leave Hart's Road..................... 4.25p.m.
W. S. RAWSON. on duty. 44 River Junction... 11.00am Arrive Fernandina..................... 5.00p.m.
AKUIKEA' SEC. 12. The Chief shall, with the approvalof
DYSENTERY, Fernandina, Fla., October 16, 1883. Council, make such further rules and Marianna......... 10.05 a m $ Trains daily except Sunday.

PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, ulations for the government of the department reg-- Leave Pensacola........... 5.15am SUNDAY TRAINS.
Commissioner's .....
Sale.BY as he deem Montgomery 9.45pm Leave .....
may necessary. Fernandina .7.00 4.30
,111,1> 1 MALARIA Mobile............... a. m. p.m.
by wanning and stimulat- VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE Passed first reading October 3, 1883. 11.55pm Arrive Jacksonville..8.25 a. m. 5.55 m. ..
m' the p.
: Stomach and Bowels into a healthy County Court in and for the County of Passed second reading October 17, 1883. New Orleans...... 6.15pm Leave Jacksonville..9.10 a. m. 6.45 m.
;l\'lhlll. Sold by Nassau, Florida, I will sell to the highest I Passed third reading October 17, 1883, and Nashville ........... 8.25 a m Arrive :Fernandina..10.35 a. m. 8.15 p.m.
41 p.
PALMER BRO'S, bidder, in front of the Court-House in theI I adopted. Louisville.......... 1.00am

Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. County of Nassau. Florida, on the first Monday FRED W. HOYT 44 Cincinnati........ 8.55pm .
**ALSO, Agents for DOWSrI'Ul JAMAICAAle in January A. D. 1884, the followingreal President of Council. Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily CONNECTION '

( l ALE, the only Ginger made estate belonging to the estate of Nelson Attest: except Sunday.

\\lth"lIt pt'ppeI. 22 Parker, deceased-sold to pay debts ; said W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
- lands situated and lying and being in the Approved: to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers .. With New York and Fernandina Steam-
SEl\ County of Nassau and State of Florida, de- F. C. SUHRER, Jacksonville to Orleans daily. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
ISLAND ROUTE. scribed 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 With Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
seven Township ((3)) three North, of Range AN ORDINANCE all points North and East; with the Fernan- nah and Brunswick
daily except Sunday.AT .
TIlE STEAMERS dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan-
((28)) twenty-eight East, that is contained in To Amend an Ordinance etnitled 'An Ordinance
Lots ((1)) one one and a half ((1J), two ((2)), to Prevent the Erection of Wooden- dina ; and with Steamers for all points on CALLAHAN.
three three and. half the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc. To and from Savannah and Charleston
((3)), a ((3}), six ((6)), and Buildings, and to Provide Greater ,
S seven ((7) according to map showing the subdivisions Fires "* Security At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen- ; and all points North and West, daily.AT .
Against Approved August 5 18i6.THAT .
of said island, containing 23 77.100 insular Railroad for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer- i BALDWIN, FLA.,
acres, more or less. SECTION ONE OF SAID ORDI- nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
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
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.

CITY OF KUIDGETOX Fernandina, Fla., December 8, 1883. that from and after the approval of this ord- Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- AT HAWTHORNE,
inance, it shall be unlawful, and against the urdays.At To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.

\y TILL leave Fernandina for Savannah Sheriffs Sale. security of persons and property in the Cityof Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- AT WILDWOOD.
Lii, anti 1 Brunswick Monday, Wednesdaymllc Fernandina, to build, erect, or construct cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- .
1 : With Line to and from
'' Friday: on arrivalof train from Jack-. TTNDER AND BY'VIRTUE OF ANeecittionjsstiedoutoftheCircuit any wooden buildings, or buildings covered sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, Stage Brooksville
'II LJ, 'Court, (except the roof) with corrugated iron or tin, Louisville, and all points West, Southwest, and Tampa daily except Sunday.
Returning! will leave Savannah for Fernandina nand forrNassau' County, and to jue direct within that portion of the city lying southof and Northwest, and with all boats for Apalachicola With Stage Line to and from' Leesburg
'1 Ivy and Brunswick onTuesdav.Thurs- ed, ma certain suit wherein Riley E. Rob, Broome Street, West of Fourth Street, Columbus and Eufaula. daily except Sunday. :
and> Saturday evening at 6 p. m. inson is plaintiff, and, Margaret E. Bristol:' I and north of Beach Streets. The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route tall o AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., :
and 'V.J R.. Bristol, her husband and the All ordinances or parts of ordinances con- points West.Take With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key :I

r U'li l'nss. without Hcnls, $3.00 Florida Town Improvement Company are flicting with this ordinance are hereby re- the FLORAL CITY ROUTE, West and Havana, every Saturday; for New i
('ubin" defendants, I have levied,upon and will sell, pealed. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida Orleans every Friday; from Key West and :
a cc 1.00 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 i

E*<-ursion u Fernandina, on Monday, the 7th day of Passed second reading September 27, 1883. Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths every: Saturday. '
u 7.00 January, A. D. 1884, the following.described Passed third reading, and adopted,.October secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office, With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers i!

'lelhhta Tttrou h tickets! sold to Sew York, Phila- property, twit: 'Lots eleven, twelve, and 17, 1883. and at new office southwest corner of Bay for and from Key West. Monday and j
Fur : Boston, and Baltimore. thirteen, in Block 150, described in'a map of FRED W. HOYT, and Hogan Jacksonville, Fla. Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee, Monday '
"' tickets and staterooms, apply at'the the City of Fernandina, Nassau County, as President pro tem. of Council. W. :M. DAVIDSON, and Friday.For ,
111111':111"I s office foot lithographed in 1877. Attest : General Jacksonville! Fla. information
of Centre Street.' I. Manager, respecting routes, rates,
Terms cash, purchaser paying for titles. W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. WILLIAM O. AMES, etc., apply to '

J. A. MERCIER, JOHN A. ELLERMANN, Approved: Gen'l Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. A. o. MACDONELL,
.Y, X. HARRIM reinvralxrPassengerAsent' .: Sheriff Nassau County. F. C. SUHRER, WALTER G. COLEMAN, Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent. '",;

Manager. t" ,.; ;, :/.Fernandina,':. ., Fla., December 81883., ? ", 47 Acting Mayor. Gen Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville, Fla. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 12 ;




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: THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Skating Carnival Presbyterian- Church Oranges. First-Class Private
The masquerade carnival given by the Rev. H. S. Yerger expects to occupy his From the celebrated Bishop and Harris I beg to inform my friends .

Roller Skating Club, at Lyceum Hall, on pulpit to-morrow, both morning and even Groves, for sale at from 20c. to 35c. per generally that I will continue and the Public
,- fS.OO- A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SLY MONTHS Friday night of last week, reflects much ing.. By special request, the subject in the dozen, at STARR'S, Boarding-House of the late Mrs LPrjva te
Second j.
credit upon the individual members of the evening will be "Common Honesty." street. Horsey. "
I>|| Reflections. Special rates made for clerks
club, and they no doubt have the thanks of boarders. table
1,000,000 Brick for Sale MRS. GEO.
A rare 'aSsortment ,of Gents', Scarf Ties DAVIS
all who attended for the very pleasant time and Silk Handkerchiefs at PRESCOTT'S. At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick Fourth Street.
Mr. John is his residence
.' S Hedges painting afforded. Although the weather was rather S 2Jx4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON & Co., Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883-tf..
; ;; in' the fashionable colors.' -'
S the hall Died. 46-4m Macon Ga. -"---
unpleasant, was crowded to an TUCY COTTAGE -

; : Two laborers were killed on Wednesday almost uncomfortable ,extent, and many In this city, December 3d, after a short ,

r, on the Florida Southern Railway, below who came late'were obliged to stand duringthe illness, Daisy D., beloved daughter and only Amelia Beach. Seventh., near Egmont Hotel

; Ocala. entire evening. We noticed many child of- CHarles S. Busby, aged 3 years THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the '
I 1 month and 3 days.Range FERN AN DIN A. FLORIDA.
Mr. Leopold Beugnet has accepted the strange faces while there was hardly a fam- supervision of Mrs. Sweeney, who will be

\{ position of assistant postmaster and money- ily in the city but what was represented.The of ThermometerFOR pleased to receive her old,'friends and thepublicgenerally. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished with

,S order clerk. number of masks was quite large, THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, Choicest oysters, fish, etc., accommodated or without board.also Table Boarders Vill ta
and some of the characters assumed well HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.
:1 We understand
: quite extensive prepara- constantly on hand. tf. 2 Miss LUCY 0.
taken while the THOMPSON.
costumes varied from the
tions are,being made by the Methodist Sun:
most becoming to the sublimely ridiculous I ':: ::: -
day School for a good time Christmas. -. d ;%::.r., Wind
ana amusing THe greatest trouble in pre- I It- .C'1 BRADLEY'S
-4 CO
RoscoeConkling Dennette,'the little three- =:. FERTILIZERS!!
venting identification seemed to lie in disguising -
year-old son of Captain Sam. L. Dennette. Saturday_-.Dec. 8 I 64: 73 I 73 71 S.
the natural way of skating, in .. ...........
died of pharyngeal abscess,.on the 7th inst. Sunday : 9 65 74 75 72 S. E. BRADLEY'SORANGE BRADLEY'S
which only a few succeeded. Among the Monday ............10 GO 70 E. .
;, Mr. Scott, who built the new convent of large number of participants of course it Tuesday..11 I 58 65 170 169 N. E. TREE CIRCLE BRAND

the Sisters of St. Joseph, has obtained the would be to mention Wednesday........12 58 67 64 64: N. E. .
contract for impossible every one, Thursday .:.......13 58 71 68"' N. FERTILIZER, BONE.BRADLEY'S
the brick
YO work of the Stark .
those which seemed 691
we give only to us the : Friday.-,14 .62 74171( S.'V.
Block. most becoming: BRADLEY'SFLORIDA -

United States steamer Fawn, in lighthouse Miss Amelia Stark, as an Alpine Shep- .. k
service and United States steamer herdess, looked exceedingly pretty; Mrs. C.

'. :Alanthus, buoy tender, arrived r in this harbor V. Hillyer appeared very tastily as the Goddess Port of Fernandina.HIGH VEGETABLE FINE-GROUND

yesterday. of Liberty, which character was also WATER. FERTILIZER, BOKE.BRADLEY'S

We have received from the Navy Department very prettily represented by Miss Simpson, Saturday, Dec. 15...... 8:58: A.M. 9:18P.M. 'V .
t Sunday, 16...... 9:45": 10:06" BRADLEY'S
a valuable supplement to the Pilot a niece of Mrs. Dr. Snyder, who is on a visit Monday, 17.1030 10:52" a

f, Chart of the North Atlantic for December, here. Mrs. W. F. Wood, Jr., took the part Tuesday, 18..11:13 u 11:39 PATENT s--= = = B.D. SEA-FOWL

which is to be published monthly as an aid of an Italian tambourine girl, while Miss Wednesday, 19...... 0:02A.M. -
to navigators. Voorhees, as Flora," looked particularlywell. Thursday, 20...... 0:30: P.M. 0:53 PHOSPHATE. -- GUANO
Friday, 21...... 1:21" 1:44"
: :
. Mrs. R. W. Southwick and :Miss Willie -
Professor J. N. Whitner, who has been --
Harn, represented nuns to perfection, ENTERED. W. H. GAR LAND -- -_
visiting his children in this city, left yester- GEO. E. WILSON,
hffc and were much complimented. Miss Katie Dec. 10-S. P. St. :richolasSavannah
: day morning for Bartow, in Polk county, ; l'
Lefils appeared as a peasant girl, and Katie with freight and passengers, to AGENT, STATE AGENT,

promising Stark as Red Ridinghood. Many of the W. B. Tucker, agent.
11-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,541 FERNANDINA, FLA. JACKSONVILLE FLL
:, ladies wore tasty costumes, though in some ,
The tons, New York : freight and
especial attention of the readers off
instances it was difficult to identify the passengers, to R. W.Southwick,
I J r the,Mirror, directed to the advertisementof characters agent. S
f represented. Among those in
.r' i King's Bazar. The display of holiday mask we noticed Mrs. C. H. Whitner, Miss' 11-S. P. Cityof Bridgeton, Wallace, FERTILIZERS !
'f there is Savannah, with freight and
goods simply gorgeous, and must be
the Misses Bessie Bull Bes-
, Taylor, passengers, to W. B. Tucker,
f seen to appreciated. sie Swami, Gracie Leddy, Lula Pope, agent. I have on hand, and am constantly receiving, supplies ofWilkinson'

:,. In another column will be found the ad- Emma Maxwell and others. 12-S., P'-'St. Nicholas, -, Savannah; Celebrated Bone
with and Fertilizers
vertisement of Mr. W. H. Garland, who has The most original, and perhaps the best W. B.freight Tucker passengers, ,
. been appointhd agent for the Bradley Fer- sustained character, of the gentlemen, was 13-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Wallace, FOR FRUIT TREES, GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES.

tilizers. The Bradley fertilizers are in gen- Sammie Swann, as the "girl of the period," Savannah ; with freight and passengers UNDER A NEW PROCESS, especially suited to our soil and climate,
eral use all along the St. John's river. while Charlie Stark as the "Heathen Chi- to W. B.Tucker, agent. PREPARED crops to withstand drouth.
13-Schr. George Churchman, Risley, Sold at Jlaimiacturer's Prices
y&r- freight
The annual meeting of Weeapopka Lodge nee, was an immense success, and created to Hilliard & Bailey.

;" will be held Tuesday, December 18th, at 8 roars of laughter. Mr. A. H. Crippen as an 14-S. P. St. Nicholas, --ALSO IN STOCK :-

'".1 \ o'clock, standard time, when there will be Indian chief was well gotten up. Mr. C. V. Savannah with freight and passengers Pure Ground Bone, Dissolved Bone for Composting, Cotton-Seed Meal,

. I an election of officers for the ensuing )'ear. Hillyer. as an old-time gentleman, and W. 15-S. P. City, of to W.Bridgeton B.Tucker, Wallace agent., Ash Element, Muriate and Sulphate of Potash, Land Plaster, etc.

'. All members are requested to be present. F. Wood, Jr., as a school-boy, were well Savannah ;with freight and pas- 1I2r Send for Circulars and prices."W'

acted, while George R. Hubby, made a hit sengers, to W. B. Tucker, agent. 1883."W.. F. SCOTT.
; This week Mrs. J. W. Howell commenced Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 6mNEW'
in his personification of Oscar Wilde. The CLEARED.
operations on the new brick building on

Centre street. Mr. James McGiffin, the contractor following gentlemen also appeared in character Dec. 10-S. P. St. Nicholas, -, Savannah ;

will have the supervision of the costumes and dominoes: Messrs. John with freight and passengers, by GOODS

"I work this well the Stark Edwards, C.: W. Maxwell, W. B. Tucker.Mr. W. B. Tucker, agent.
on as as
buildings. 11
E Menzies, Edwin Loomis, Scriven and 10-Schr. S. P. Oliver, Snare, New
, J I Mr. R. W. Lewis, of Cedar Key, shipped York; lumber, Mizell & Bro. .
, Len. Dozier, "Bobbie" Tarvel, Willie Jef-- 10-Sch. Isaiah K. Stetson, Trask Port o
t by steamship State of Texas, to New York
\ freys, Eddie Jordan, Frank Maxwell, and au Spain; lumber, by J. C.Read ; COtf
quite a lot of fish, consisting of trout, drum, others. 11-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Wallace, i BOOTS [

; sheephead, and blue-fish. If this venture commenced at 10 o'clock Savannah, with freight and pas-'
I,. is successful he will make quite large. hip- was sengers, by W.B.Tucker, a ent. S a I ya
and was participated in generally. The "
12-S. P. St. Nicholas, -, Savannah ; -
ments week.
every music furnished was exceptionally good. with freight and passengers, by ..00o

. We have received from the compiler, Mr. The club has been requested to repeat the W. B. Tucker agent. ACOMPLETE
13-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,541
; C. K. Monroe, a valuable publication upon entertainment at an early day. At the last tons, New York ; with freight c. STOCK ,

.., Florida entitled the Florida Annual. A meeting of its members it was resolved to and passengers,by R.W. South- COSI wi FOR M

: large amount of valuable information is embraced give the second carnival on Tuesday night, wick agent. H

'1 in this publication which will be interesting : January 8th, 1884, and with the experienceof 13-S. P.Savannah City of;Bridgeton with freight, Wallace and, STREET AND DRESS. v 00

.;. to the visitor and the settler. this their first attempt the club hopes to passengers by W. B. Tucker,
:1 11t t The steamship State of Texas sailed for make their next a still greater success. In agent. I=Ia=I ICO LADIES' AND GENTS', d

1 i, New York Thursday night with the following the meantime the ball will be kept rollingby -S. P. St. Nicholas, -, Savannah ; I
freight passengers, by
j',r cargo: 2,128 boxes oranges, 495 bales a reception and hop on Christmas night, W. B. Tucker, agent. MISSES,

i ; sea island cotton, 441 cases cedar, 34 logs to which all friends of the club are invited. 14-Brig F. H. Todd, Clark, Port au rJ5.CHILDREN'S W

J :x cedar, 125 barrels spirits, barrels resin, 31 Spain ; lumber, by Mizell& V
Gentlemen who enjoy a perfect-fitting Col- Bro. O ANDINFANTS
:i; barrels syrup, 57 packages merchandise, 1 "
1 15-S. P. City of Bridgeton Wallace, .
A E car live oak lumber, 1 hogshead fresh fish. lar should examine the ((f 8s; 'tffc Savannah ; with freight and '

Messrs. Fred. W. Hoyt & Co., at their At PRESCOTT passengers, by W. B. Tucker, t
store on Second street, have well-filled f

.I shelves of seasonable good things, besides Election of Officers.At IN PORT. H

the substantial staples which are always to the annual election of officers of Amelia Bark Memento, Zacharansen. .J SHOESL U
Bark Signet (Br.), Yeo.
be found in their stock. Those who are in Lodge, No. 47, F. & A. M., held last Sch. Snare, Smith. v

search of something suitable for a present Monday night, the following officers were Sch. Pricilla Scribner, Farman.

should not fail to examine .their stock of elected for the year 1884 : Sch. Marcus A. Dauis, Long.To .

fancy crockery and furniture.It Fred W. Hoyt, W. Master.W. W IMPROVED STYLES,

A. Jones, Sr. Warden. avoid the rush, select your Boots, Shoes w\ PERFECT FITTING
gives us much pleasure to state that the and for Christmas .
Slippers as early as con-
James McGiffin Jr. Warden
Rev. H. S. Yerger has received aunanimouscall venient. PRESCOTT'S stock embraces improved ccH GREAT VARIETY
John A. Ellermann, Treasurer. styles, elegantly and honestly made ,
from his congregation for the next year up.
I Charles H. &
Berg, Secretary.
I as pastor of the Presbyterian Church, and
The newly-elected officers will be installedon Notice to TaxPayers.I W *
has accepted it. The reverend gentleman is
an earnest and faithful preacher, and is uni- St. John's Day, December 27, when the am now prepared to receive the taxes r FAIR PRICES 1 1tt I
t for the of Fernandina assessed for the cjH
! alone his appointive offices will be filled by the new city *
versally esteemed not by -
congregation Master. year 1883. J. E. :MEDDAUGH, I'4
but the people generally. The con- City Tax Collector.
' gregations at his church are increasing Nassau Chapter, No. 23, R. A. M., held its Fernandina, December 15, 1883, )1

steadily. annual election on Thursday evening, when 5
5 T
the following officers were chosen for the Lost-An Umbrella.
.5 5 The State Texas of the Mai-
steamship of
ensuing Masonic year: Lost or removed by mistake, at the Masquerade J. H. PRESCOTT
made fast this I I
lore Line, a remarkably trip December 7th
I on Friday night a ,
W. F. Scott High Priest.J.
week. She left her dock in New York on black silk umbrella, about 26 inches rib, O
Friday evening last week at 5 o'clock and S. Lee, King.A. bamboo handle, with letter "H * ." 0
0. MacDonell Scribe.J. worked in red the outer of silk
this o'clockon on edge ; the
arrived at her wharf in city at 7 ,
property of C. V. Hillyer. Please return to I tf
H. Prescott, Treasurer.
Monday evening having called at Port ..
W. A. Jones, Secretary.The 02
Royal just seventy-four hours from dock T .

: to dock. She brought 121 passengers. Capt. To-Night,
Unlaundried "Brother Jonathan"Shirt
1 John Risk, though the youngest captain of at $1.00 each, and the famous Shirt, Sauer-Kraut with Pigs' Feet, at Glaiber's.

the Mallory fleet, so far has made the best can be found at PEESCOTT'S. ARRIVING WEEKLYWOMAN

record. Notice. -

At the last meeting of the County Commissioners The Egmont. By order of the Board of Directors, I.
: This popular winter resort will for James W. Fellows, President of the Fer-
upon the complaint of a number open nandina and Jacksonville Railroad Company AND THE BABY.

of farmers of the county, an order was the season on Monday next, under the same do'hereby call a meeting of the stockholders What a puzzle the little child is in the domestic economy !

"" issued forbidding the Savannah, Florida able management which made it so popu- of said company, to be held at the How the mother gives of her own life and strength to support the We
& Western Railway from keeping cars lar the past two seasons. Among other ad- office of the company, in the city of Fer-
nandina, in the State of Florida, on Thursday of her blessed little youngster !
standing across the public highway at Cal. ditions and improvements this year, the the 20th day of December, 1883, at the How the child kicks and laughs and crows!

lahan. It seems the railway crosses the Egmont Hotel Company has put in a 12- hour of 12 o'clock noon, of the said day, How the child and is Heavier and heavier every d I road at a place where it is impossible horse power steam boiler and one of the for the transaction of such business as may grows
county and taKes
And she lifts him and tosses him and plays.with him,
the track in other latest improved Blake pumps. The latter be lawfully brought before the meeting,and, yet ,
to get across any I. other things, for the following of him and
t among pur- care by day by night.
frequently standing there for works noiselessly, and is of the same patternas Herstomach
place, cars poses : back aches.
down? Her
Is it wonder the mother breaks
hours thus completely blocking up the used in the Capitol at Washington.Now To consider and adopt a suitable systemof any
road. Of this the farmers have complained.The by-laws for the government of the corpo- fails her. Her liver is bad. Her blood is thin, and she bottle says of

is the time to, get your photographstaken ration and the management of its affairs. feels poorly. Yes, yes poorly-very poorly. Give mother i11

trade handle for Christmas presents. Nothing is To elect.Directors to serve until the next Braun's' ra.2 Bitters. She needs the iron in her blood, which that w
finest gent's furnishing more acceptable to your friends than a nice annual meeting to be provided for in the old mvauu.Brawn1 .
; there. She must have strength or she will be a confirmed
cabinet which by-laws. JAMES W. FELLOWS, put ,
photograph you can get life
I $ % Collars and Cuffs to the >
fc new
: S the President. Iron Bitters and women into
.. taken at Colby & Rich's tent gallery, Cen- s helps worn weary
exclusion of all others. tre street, Fernandina. It FERNAKDINA, FLA.November 24, 1883. cheerfulness and vigor. Tell all the mothers you know. 9


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