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: March 3, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STATE NEWS. city, at 12 m to-morrow at which meeting NEW 1ORLWASHINGTON'S not don Then the pilot commissioners a little north of the 29th parallel of latitude,

the president, Hon. Chas. H. Adams, ofNew -- quietly fit out a tug and start on a raid,and and about one hour's ride from the cele-

Columbia, York, Hon. H. D. McCulloch, of Wis- BIRTHDAY -THE SIGNIFICANCEOF pull up every pole that is beyond the line. brated Orange Sulphur Spring. The Greaf

PROOF OF THE PUDDING Mr. Thomas consin, Colonel A. P. Wright, of Thomas- THE DAY LOST SIGHT OF-W. H. VAN- The howls, the protests, the prayers and the Southern Railroad now in progress runs too

Stanford, who lives a few miles south of ville, and others, are to be present. The DERBILT'S RUMORED ILL HEALTH- threats that then ensue from the marinersare entire length of the State, passing through.: '
Lake City, has sold this season from twelve board will direct the chief engineer to I SHAD FISHING-THE TERRIBLE but the "
proceed simply awe-inspiring, vikings Trenton, and the Jacksonville, Tampa A", k
trees, growing in his yard, 14.000 oranges, at once with the location, survey and SCHOOL DISASTER.To the pilot board do not mind them. In fact, Key West Railroad, is located but a few P ."

which netted him $214.00 besides reservingan contracts for grading, preparatory to cross- the Editor of The Mirror: they rather enjoy them. It adds a sort of miles to the southeast of Trenton, thus' s ?

abundant supply for home use. This is tieing and ironing the road. We think we NEW YORK, February 24, 1883. zest to their work, and man always is at affording ample facilities for reaching the' r r

not, of course, a brag yield ; but it has been can safely predict that before the assembling Yesterday was Washington's birthday, best a cruel animal. I took part in one of market. There is also frequentcomniunica- kw:1'

said, and is thought by many outside of the of the next Legislature. we will be in direct but had it not been for. the. semi-suspension these expeditions, and confess it was quitean tion by steamers on the Ocklawaha with
county, that oranges cannot be successfully communication the North and North- of business and the few-receptions of military enjoyment. You felt like buccaneer of Jacksonville and other points. The neigh ,v '

raised in Columbia county-too far above west and with the Gulf of Mexico by this organizations,people would scarcely the nineteenth century, and gloried in pos- borhood is one of the best in the State, both :I ,*

the *line of injurious frosts," you know-! road, which the wisdom and liberality of have been aware of it.: I. am sure that if a session of might and right too. The sense socially and morally ; the educational facial : ;

and we merely note such instances as evi- the present Legislature has secured to Mid- foreigner had asked vany ordinary man. he of cruelty was lessened by the fact that the ties are good. and taxes' Iow. To those wish _

dence that the orange is a success in our dle Florida.-Floridian. had run across, ,what day was being celebrated fishing season was nearly over, and that, of ing to embark in the culture of orangey i'

county, and that the trees are not even as ANOTHER RAILROAD PROJECTED. The he could hot,have.told. It is to be course, the fishermen were thereby saved lemons or other fruits, this section of the :

.susceptible to cold as they arc nearer' the Times-Union of Wednesday stated that Presi- presumed course, that,'very American is the expense of removing their paraphernalia. State offers inducements unsurpassed by'? '

''line.1'Reporter. dent Baldwin, of the Louisville & Nashville as fondly proud of the memory of this man. any other. There are several fine grove' ''

About thirty crates of peas were shippedby Company, and all of their directors, were in as the character acid deeds f. of the Father of Evangelist Barnes, the mountain apostle, now coming into bearing condition and1 _'

express to New York on Tuesday last. Jacksonville considering the advisability of his Country warrant. But it is strange, indeed as he loved to hear himself called, has left new ones,are being constantly projected han '. a

A heavy shipment is being made to-day. building a road from Montgomery to Chat- how precious l little enthusiasm thereis us to go to Europe. He was a flat failure evidence of the value of orange cultureas : rr

The shipping season is fairly opened, and tahoochee to connect with the Florida on the anniversary of ,his birth. It was here, whatever he may have been in the an investment, it may be stated that one

truckers' faces beam with content.-The system of roads, and thus reduce the distance not always so, It is not ten years ago when West; and as he is a very plain-spoken man, of the groves which recently reached a bearing ,

Florida Southern Railroad will, we learn,be between Florida and the Northwest by Washington's Birthday was an occasion second much more vigorous in his language than state has been disposed of at $1,000 per

built by the Bradford county route, which more than two hundred miles. They came only to the Fourth of July. There were the apostles were in their time, he has no acre. Parties desirous of settling in this

will develop a, fine country.-A Tennes- from Pensacola over the new Pensacola & parades of military and civic organizations hesitation in expressing his disgust. Brook- State will do well to visit this section and

seean, who spent a part of last winter in Atlantic Railroad to Chattahoochee, where throughout the city in the day, and: fire- lyn particularly displeased him,and he said examine for themselves the facilities offered

this town, writes to an old acquaintance: they were met by representatives of the works and speeches in the evening. The that it was a place where wickedness and sin here for a permanent home, and those wish- .

The oranges grown at Lake City are the Transit system. Mr. Baldwin and party boys built bonfires, and although the policeman literally dropped off the trees. I confess I ing a sure return for their investment will

finest which have been shipped here this went over the Florida Railway system, and was in duty bound to look un- do not see how Barnes ever expected to be convinced that this is one of the best that ,

winter; in fact, they are the finest I ever visited Fernandina harbor and this city with kindly at them, ,yet,would sooner steal away make a success here. His style of oratoryand can be made, as an orange grove will be-

saw, and I have seen specimens of the fruit B. S. Henning, president, and C. D. Willard, than serve as a\spoil-sport. Now all this is gross familiarity with Christ, and*his come self-supporting in five or six years,

from all parts of your State. I like your vice-prebident of the Florida Railway System changed, and the day "might as well be the hearers, were positively repulsive ; but it I and thereafter yield a handsome income.

town and its people ; it is healthy, has good and are reported as having been highly anniversary of the birthday, ofKamehama- seems that the revivalists invariably drop Information will be cheerfully given those

water, and I prefer it to any town in the pleased with their visit. They left by ha, the first King of the Sandwich Islands, into this style. I remember the widow Van who may desire it by addressing H. Sleap,

State." Our people do not appear to realize special train for New York on Thursday. as of Washington,dined at the house ofa Cott when she commenced her career as a i I Putnam county, Florida, or P. 0. Hilbourn,

the fact that in the near future prosperity is Floridian. well-known clergyman. the other day, and missionary. She was a strong, earnest 1 9 Otis street, Boston, Mass. P.

in store for this county, and,in fact, for this THOMASVILLE conversation turned to this7i# admirari feel- speaker, and if at times she transgressed the Trenton, Marion County, Fla., Feb. 20, 1883.
section of the State. The burden of the ing which is growing in, strength in this bounds of enthusiasm it was pardonable.
ROAD.-The Legislature of Florida the
bond debt is lifted; strangers have seen our says country. "It is all on account of that In- Now, however,she has dropped down to the NEWS NOTES.
Savannah News, recently chartered a new
land and like it; transportation is conve- gersollic spirit which permeates the very air level of all sensational religionists. She con-
railroad in that State under the above title
nient to all sections the people enjoy fine said he. This ducted revival services recently at a
; and for the speedy construction of which that we breathe man, who very Some very fine specimens of asbestos are ....... I1
health ; we have excellent freestone water ; oratoric rid- nice :Methodist Church, and her manner
uses his splendid gifts to vilify,
the State also granted from the public lands, being found in Nevada. The fibre of the
and can grow a great variety of crops and icule and distort sacred feelings simply to grew so offensive that the minister of the
otherwise is six
unappropriated, 15,000 acres specimens shown from four to inches-
fruit, and there is a market for all we can church felt ashamed over his mistake in -
make as a king's jester formerlydid
mile. This is a much more important money' ; in length, and is soft and silky. A strandof '
grow. The words of the gentleman we have for a living, is doing an incalculable inviting her, and almost stayed away from
measure than appears on the surface to the it can be tied into a knot the same as flax:
quoted are almost identical with those of of harm. I have too church. One gentleman she aroused so
amount good an opin-
general public, and as all the circumstances fibre. It is found in what, from the description -
several parties who have written to us late- ion of his mind to think that he believes his much by her blackguardly way of telling .
point to a speedy commencement and early given, appears to be a serpentine rock,
ly.-Lake City Reporter and hence his is him to come up to the platform and confesshis
own sophisms criminality
completion of the work, it may be well to and not very far from the crater of an extinct {
sins, as hell was yearning before his feet
Tllllsborough. all the greater. By his specious reasoning
glance at its importance At Thomasville, volcano. r
A steamer will be put on soon to run be- Ga., the road will cross the Savannah, Flor- and sophistry he warps the judgment of the on account of his crimes, that he left the r

tween Cedar Key, Dunedin, Anclote, and ida & Western, now closing a south of, young and the ,half educated. He robs them church so as not to insult her. Souls are Experiments lately made at Leipsic with s7 ,

other points south. This will, no doubt, be Bainbridge,to.C9l1plcte'Jts continuous gap line 'of ftheir respectfoK-sjo-ed t "things..and how. .not)brought: to the fold in this way. a cuirass made of steel,the formula of whichis
the of the western The terrible disaster in the parochial not stated, indicate that the new material
cheering news to people to New Orleans. At the same place it will can they, after that,respect worldly author-
end of this county.-On last Monday, Mr. connect with and form on the a con- ity, age or experience. He makes the aim school of the Catholic Church of the Most combines both tenacity and ductility in the '

Hamilton Disston, the Florida land king, tinuation southward of the Thomasville map & of the labor of life, either sensual enjoymentor Holy Redeemer, by which about twenty highest degree. The steel plate ofthecmrass'in

and party, consisting of Messrs. C. H. Gross, Albany branch of the first named railroad, the garnering of money. Where does he children were killed, and as many more this case was only .06 inch thick, and

J. H. Ashbury, W. S. Douglass, J. W. Neil, which, at Albany, connects with the great expect we will finish ?" maimed and wounded, still fills the mind of lined inside with a layer of wool ; and of

James M. Kreamer and Wra. G. Huey, arrived Georgia systems northward. It converts Rumors have been prevalent for several everybody with horror. The fact that appears eleven rounds from a Martini breechloadingrifle

on the little steamer Alice from Mana- Thomasville into a city of cross-roads, and days that Wm. H. Vanderbilt has been seriously most glaringly is that the childrenwere fired at a distance of 175 yards, only tl

tee. This party came from the St. Johns proceeding southward along the beautiful ) ill, and that he is threatened with pa- not drilled how to act in case of fire as two of the bullets pierced the metal, and

over to and down the Kissimmee river to lamonia lake region, thirty-six miles to ralysis of the brain. So far as can be ascertained they are in the public schools. A few weeks even these were completely flattened and

Lake Okechobee, and from thence throughthe Tallahassee, performs the same good office however, the rumor is untrue. The ago there was an alarm of fire in a public stuck in the lining.Dr. s

canal and down theCaloosahatchie riverto family declare the wicked false- school for colored children. They were, of
for that growing capital, by crossing the reports Ludeking,clerk of the board ofhe.1thof
Punta Rassa, and from thence to Mana- Jacksonville, Pensacola & Mobile, now also hoods, circulated for the sake of influencingthe course as much panic-stricken as anybody St. Louis, has found that cholera ravaged
tee, and were brought here in the above stock market. :Mr. Vanderbilt hasbeen would be under such circumstances. But
continuous from Jacksonville to New Orleans that city in 1849 and in 1866, and was each
named steamer by Mr. W.. S. Warner. The Galveston or anywhere else out West, confined to his room with a severe cold,and the principal retained her presence of mind. time preceded by very high water in the r

party left Tuesday morning for Tarpon and by connecting with the Tallahassee & has been compelled to forego his customarydrive She gave the wonted signal, familiar to her Mississippi. As another seventeen years 1"

Spring, where we learn Mr. Disston is about St. Marks Road. Closing up this gap on the road. for several afternoons.His charges from repeated drills. The children have passed and the premonitory high water

building a hotel for winter visitors.-Tampa through one of the finest agricultural districts son Cornelius, too, has been obliged to remembered it, gathered in rank and file is at hand, he will not be astonished if the

Guardian.. in the South, the road curves from carryon his .shoulders nearly the entire and marched out, without having so muchas disease becomes epidemic again next sum- '

o, Orange Tallahassee to the southwest, and runs about responsibility of his father's business. Al- a dress ruffled. The fire then was foundto mer. But it must be added, he says, that
One of the largest orange groves in West though William K. is the elder the father be slight. Had the same discipline pre-
forty miles through what may be called a before the cholera made its appearance in R
Orange is located on Seneca lake, east of vailed at the school of the Most Holy Re-
places more reliance on Cornelius. WilliamK.
new country-at least almost unknown-to the West it each time visited Asia, and thus
;Lake Eustis. The grove comprises over one deemer not child would have been injured
a -
I is, perhaps the brilliant of the ,
Carrabelle more
on Crooked river, which forms far Asia is uncommonly free from it.
hundred acres in trees, and is owned by the for the fire The
was unimportant.
with the Gulf coast James Island. This two ; he has more dash and more quick en-
Lake Eustis Orange Grove Company, of now thriving little town unknown ergy, but he lacks balance. Even on the stairways,too, seem to have been anythingbut The proposed enlargement of the Suez '
Washington, D. C., of which Judge C. S. was a safe. The building department has Canal now occupies the attention of English x
few years and has turf, where he had a sort of meteoric career, I
Bundy, of the Washington Police Court, is ago sprung up chiefly in been making such a fuss of forcing owners speculators and there are many large
from the lumber trade carried on by enter- racing the name of histrainer: this quality I
president. The grove is yet comparativelyin prising mill men, who were attracted or rather absence of it, was frequentlynoted of hotels and theatres to make means of escape schemes proposed upon the calculation that

its infancy, but it promises to be one of after the war by the accessible early pine forestsof and commented on, particularly in in case of fire easy, they seem to have the interests of British enterprise will in the' \
the most valuable in this and end be The width of the
region, being that betting transactions.The forgotten that churches and schools stand promoted. general
section. The town is located in the
cared for and cultivated in a manner that .iw fully as much, if not more, in need of proper water-way is a little over three hundred feet,
vicinity of Dog Island,which has long been fishermen, on both the} York and '
cannot but make it a success. The enter- arrangements. Now, probably, some- and one suggestion is that another hundred
New side of the river
reputed to possess one of the best harborson Jersey are getting 1
prise is worthy of commendation, not only the Gulf coast. Should the ready for the shad fishing season, which, thing will be done; but, of course, it always feet should be added. But against this it is
for its magnitude, but as showing what can projected requires a horror of some kind to sharpenthe reasoned that the heaps of sand formerly
barge canal enterprise from the St. beginning on :March 10th, lasts until May,
be done by the judicious use of capital when through Okefenokee, down the Suwaneeand Marys, and, of course, according to the time-hon- wits and arouse the activity of public taken out would. have to be. removed, andit
centered upon an enterprise that would authorities. is a debatable question whether it would n
to St. Marks be carried out Crooked ored custom, there will soon be the annualwar
make far less show and result in far less not be a less expensive design to dig another
between the
river will form section of the pilotcommissioners'andthe
a canal and
success if carried on separately by its indi- TRENTON MARION COUNTY.To and independent ditch. It is pointed out
place Carrabelle the fishers. Shad fishing in these waters is
on great water trans-
vidual stockholders. The substantial re- portation line between the done by means of immense nets fastened to the Editor of the Mirror : that the present canal would greatly facilitatethe
sults achieved by the company can be duplicated and the mouth of the Mississippi across ocean the poles in the river. By law, nets and polesare Through the medium of your paper I introduction of another, reducing the

by others, and the judicious use of peninsula of Florida. The Thomasville & allowed to be placed on the New Jersey wish to offer some suggestions, and state a outlay i in a number of ways.'. ;D

combined capital is evidenced by the company Carrabelle Railroad, then, opens a large and side of the Hudson to the middle! of the I few facts which may be of interest to a large It is scarcely agreeable to think that the

of which Judge Bundy is president.- fertile agricultural district to the Gulf trade stream, so as not to interfere with navigation -: and increasing number of persons in the I cockroach could ever become an active

Tavares Herald. St. Johns. of all the world; it gives new connections to which, of course, is very heavy on the 'II' Eastern and Middle States seeking informa- agent in medicine. Yet it is ,used almost .

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY AT Tocoi.-The officeof three great systems of railway almost in the New York side. Now this middle of the 1 tion with regard to the climate, soil and universally in Russia as a diuretic in certain

the St. Johns Railway at Tocoi was entered centre of their territory; it brings the'capital stream is always the bone of contention.The productions of this State, and the induce- diseases, and it is also frequently used in '

of Florida and one of the finest coast lines pilot commissioners fix it,but the fishermen ments offered to those of a limited capital European medical practice as a cure for
on Tuesday the 13th, by a of
0 party *
r burglars between the hours of 12 of the Gulf within a few hours run of all have never been known to keep to who, as a source of profit wish to enter Bright's disease The professor of :Materia
0 and 4 a. m., at which time the steamer Southwestern Georgia, and finally, it givesto it. If they can only set their poles a few upon the cultivation of the orange and other :Medica in Jefferson College recently stated""

Fannie Dugan" made Tocoi landing andas. agriculture, population and thrift vast inches further they are happy. There are a semi-tropical fruit. Having been for several that cockroaches are not entirely unknown '

it' is supposed frightened the burglars, areas of idle lands that otherwise would not number of ancient mariners among them years a resident of this county, I can speak in the medical practice in Philadelphia,

probably be utilized in twenty-five years to who can remember when there were no from personal knowledge of the advantagesof though physicians do not care to have it
away, leaving behind them a portion of their
tools come.-Floridian. docks on the New York side, when what is this section of the State to the capitalist, known that they prescribe so unpopular an ;
etc. They had succeeded in
now West Washington and Greenwich or to those who wish a summer residence, insect in their practice, and few druggists? p
holes in the safe and in all
probabilitywould The physicians in one of the hospitals of street was part of the river, and Canal street and to the invalids, suffering from troublesof will acknowledge that they keep it in stock.
have effected entrance bad not
the an Vienna have made the remarkable discovery, was really a canal. Now they wish the mid- the respiratory organs. The mean annual The professor says that cockroach tea may ;
timely arrival of the steamer
frightenedthem in dissecting the body of one of their pa- dle of the river to be determined bythe old temperature being about 70, there is an be used with good effect in certain cases. Its
away. The Colonel now makes his tients, that he had carried about in his brainan shores. Every year it is determined anew almost entire absence of malarial affections,. medicinal properties resemble those of
deposits Press. iron nail covered with rust that
ily.-St. Augustine must have held its, singular to all that these marine, lawyers are wrong, but the peculiar formation of, the State allow- cantharides, and when prescribed it is in
-------- appearances
RAILROAD NOTES. lodgment since early childhood. The man nevertheless they go beyond their limits. ing a clean sweep of breezes from the At- the shape of a pill, made with the powder '

was 45 years of age, a bookbinder, and The result is that a couple of boats are injured lantic to the Gulf coast, while the balsamic of the dried insect. The cockroach is no

The executive committee of the Thomas- always passed for a thoroughly intelligent by the poles. The owners complainto exhalations from the yellow pine woods more offensive than the cantharides, both
ville person.! The nail in his brain did not
Tallahassee & Gulf Railroad Company to affect his mental powers in any particular. seem- the pilot commissioners, and they issue impart strength and healing to the invalid. being of the same class of insect, and the .

have called a meeting of the directors,to be There is probably ho case on record to :,an order to the delinquent _fishermen to remove Trenton, Marion county, is situated on the smell is not so objectionable as that of the

held at the office of the company, in this parallel this. the delinquent poles ; of course it is Ocklawaha river eight miles from Norwalk, Spanish fly.

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;r a ;:: ,; '. GRANDMA. doubt she has had bad times enough with- widow, with a faint smile. sun has laid upon his cheek. Raising her as one might who is acknowledging a small
.c. out our coming down heavily upon' her "In your charming circle a stranger-such he takes her impetuously to where the light kindness done to her by an acquaintance ofa
I Not the presence softly sitting, I shan't do anything, of course, until as I am-cannot possibly be missed. A from the many lamps within must fall upon day. The settled distance ot her manner
.4 .' '. .' Slowly rocking with her knitting, other people move," says Mrs.Vyvyan, much stranger, however, who feels your kindness her and illumine her baby features. Whois cuts him to the heart."
I :.3 : ;.' : Patient waiting, sweetly smiling, mollified by that happy allusion to her-or deeply, and hardly knows how she can repay she like?-who?-alas too well he "It was nothing he said, his color rising
lf ', And the heavy hours beguiling, rather Mrs. Stamer's age. The other people it." This last: with extreme grace, anda knows. His breath comes with painful rapidity his voice growing tremulous ; noth
;: f a :, : With her peaceful dreams ; mean the' Bishop,Mrs.Bishop and Lady Mary soft, undulating movement, and a sweeter a film gathering before his eyes shuts !ing to you, at least; but it tilled me with
.i1 { I But a doll so old and queer, Gore.. smile. out from them the little face he wants to joy I have not known for years. I can still
; -; 'I : Come from such a far off year, And don't be too hasty even then," advises "I know," says Mrs. Vyvyan briskly. see. eel; the pressure of her little hand:'
j ,l That no name hut gr.mdma-dear," : her brother, who is a good-natured There is nothing to repay, but if you think Your name, child, your name?'' he says Dulce was grateful to you,"says 'smother
4; ;' Quite the right thing seems. young man some three years her junior. there is, come to me to-night. It will be an hoarsely ; so hoarsely indeed that the wordsare icily. "I regret she cannot thank
"By-the-by, talking of haste, I would early party so early that I will ask you to lost to her. She shakes her head wear- you in person."
Brownish hair she has, and ,curly, take three inches off her tail, if 1 were you. bring the little one with you; my May and ily, and looks with the sleepy but uncertain '"Dulce.' She was Audrey once," ex-
And a face-no, "tisn't surly You shouldn't delay another hour." Edith will look after her." I interest of a moment upon the gay scene claimed he quickly."I .
< Bnt like one waked up too early Off whose tail?" At this a faint little plaintive voice that within. The Generals eyes are wild, yet, changed all that when I changed-
.' By the breakfast bell ; *f Gilly's. These Irish terriers don't look seems to come from the mother's feet makes strange to say, the child betrays no fear. many other things. Dulce suits her best-
"fir Waxen face it is, not clay, the thing with tails." itself.heard. The child has; been sitting on I She only nestles:: a little closer to him, and my sweet !" As the last words fall from
Painted in a marvelous way, Oh, the dog," says his sister in a relieved a low footstool buried in one of Mrs. Moles- I lays one of the fairest heads in Christendom her lips they soften them, and her whole
Dimples !in it, that will stay, tone. I thought you were speaking of worth's charming tales, but the last sentence -upon his shoulder. face glows alight with the rapturous glow
: Though no smile they tell. -. I don't understand dogs, but take off spoken has become English to her. She I ''I am tired," she says. I wish mamma born of the most: eternal love of all.
..'. Gilly's tail if you like, only-don't hurt rises and throws her bare. soft arms around would take me home:' "May I not see her?" asks the General
; Slender arms with cotton filling, her." her mother's neck. Where is your mother?" asks be eag- very humbly. "Surely I have some claim,
\ Finished at the ends with quilling; Here comes Charlotte the Grynder, so I'll "Oh, mamma, do take me I have never erly. to ';-
11 '' "? ',J I suppose she is not willing retire," says Captain Blackwood, glancing been Co a real party, and I want to play with In the drawing-room," replies the child, i She belongs to me," says Mrs. Stanier
t.. ii All the world should know down the avenue through the window. Edith Mrs. Stamer is ,
i 0' open not proof againstthis as her little head grows heavier. "If you interrupting him with some passion. Is
That the hand which makes the arm She has got on her new black silk, so she solicitation. It was indeed a lucky hour see her, call her." there not fear mingled with it? She turns
t ; 'r', Capable of good or harm means mischief. "I won't have any tea this when Mrs. Vyvvan thought of asking the The General casts a piercing glance around aside from him as though his presence is
At the latter took alarm evening, thanks, unless you will be so goodas child. the room. He can see nothing that may longer tolerable. no
; And never tried to grow. to send it to the library. And, Pussy, a But, my pet -" begins the widow alleviate the uneasiness that has full posses You are in mourning,"hesa\"s, quickly
'!ti I fk h' last word; if you really want to make your faintly. sion of his breast. Tell me your name, bent on detaining her for even* one moreprecious ,
4 When we played and she lay rocking, friend thoroughly happy just expatiate on Say yes," entreats the golden-haired elf my little one," he says gently. minute.
; All our callers, who came knocking, what you have heard of Mrs. Stamer's with authorit-at which Mrs. Vyvyan Dulce Stamer," replies the drowsy fairy. "Sombre colors become those who
t1 '.-tf Did not know that shoe nor stocking beauty." laughs. After which confession she sinks into placid widowed," replies she, with her eyes on the are
i rf *, She could never wear. A sound outside, a well-known 'semi- You will come," she says hopefully. sleep within his arms. ground.
wi .4t., ,,, They would think, to see her head masculine step, and Captain Blackwoodflies "That is right. Dulce," to the child, "I Finding a seat near him, the' General But the child?" exclaims he, in deep ag-
3 : On its snowy pillow laid, to regions dull-but inaccessible.In owe you a debt gratitude.. The fact is, slowly takes possession of it. It is deep in itation. Last night I noticed it-she, too,
That she had been honest made- spite of its many spinsters, society in the General is to he with l S. He is staying the embrasure of the old-fashioned window, is in mourning?''
: That had real hair. Pullingham is eminently goodnatured.Just with the Claremont'people, and he is such a and is hidden from the room by curtains It is only right she should be so ; she
Dress of silk black and now it is grieving excessively at havingto charming man. I should,quite like you to that hang heavily. Here he sits nursingthe has lost her father," says Mrs. Stamer. She
" once hold back the right hand of fellowship meet him.' child contentedly ; with infinite care moves away from him to where the giant
; ? ; ; When Brought across: the sailed ocean to briny China, from the stranger at The Holmes. But as I will come to you,?' says Mrs. Stamer, he so disposes the little rounded limbs and elms are throwing dark shadows on the
4. p -, Years great-uncle and The Larches have not gone to see her in unwillingly. It is terrible to her to emerge dainty body that her sleep may be the grass, and soon i is lost to sight amid their
years ago. their landau The Elms have not dared to from her seclusion, nut she feels, in this instance sounder. With unspeakable tenderness he gloom.
s; -, In Aunty the bureau kept her seldom safely laid played show her the light of their countenance in it will be too unfriendly to refuse. gazes upon the silken lashes and rosy lips, Looking older, grayer, the General goes
P With her ; work instead their phaeton, and so on in the lesser degrees And if she has to live her life among these through which the breath of life ebbs and down the dusty road. lost saddest:: thought;
e ',F Children had to do. of pride, each member shrinking from people, the sooner she accepts their ways flows calmly, evenly.So coming to a stile, he steps over it and entersa
: the initiative in this matter. the better if only for her child's sake. an hour passeS, and then the curtainsare field green as: emerald, at thesideof whicha
Six years old I was and over, At the end of a week, however, things Now that is right," says Mrs. Vyvyan, parted, and Mrs. Vyvyan, looking in, little stream runs gurgling with tremulous
When from her mysterious cover, come to a climax. The Bishop, a wonder and she presses a little kiss upon Mrs. stares at the tableau that presents itself to glee as it rushes to meet the great ocean
fi' And the watch of her old lover fully unworldly man as bishops go, wakingto Stamer's pale cheek, as she takes her de her view. A veteran and an infant! If incongruous that lies in a white mist far below. A
d Grandma came to me. a sense of the situation, drags himself parture.As it is at least charming. mighty fir uprears itself in the corner of the
7 'rljr f ty Sage advice of how to tend- away from the contemplation of his straw- Mrs. Stamer enters the reception General !" she whispers with a low .I field, and, leaning against it. the General
** Laid her straight and not on end," berry beds and persuades Mrs. Bishop to rooms at The Grange she finds them fuller laugh, is it so you have been entertained? Jives himself up to the most miserable reflections
; When she had no legs to bend, put on her best bonnet and come with himto than she had anticipated: where all these Who made you a nurse to-night ?" when a sound comes to him. A
Needless seemed to be. make a formal call at The Holmes.:: This, people can have cove from is the first She came to me of her own accord," fresh, sweet sound that thrills him to hisheart's
.. I I pool woman, she does in fear and trembling; thought. Pullin=ham, in her eyes, had not says the General, somewhat proudly ; she core, and uplifts it to know that
,l ,'. But prized the gift so dearly, Lady Mary Gore has not as yet signified her appeared large enough to contain one-half gave herself into my keeping with the most even for him there is joy upon the blessed
r j. That followed very nearly intention of visiting the new-comer, and I, of them, yet after a careful scrutiny she confesses flattering trust. If you don't want her, earth.It .
i i. :.:; .. Aunty's words. She looked less queerly Lady Mary is own sister to a duke. Suppos- to herself that no face here is un- don't take her from me. I have seldom beenso is a child's voice singing, and the child
," .i. '. In her cradle-bed; ing Mrs. Bishop should be putting her foot familiar. Every one, .eemsa little surprised, happy as I have been to-night." herself is coming to him across the sunlit
,',".. ;,! And in after years we too in it Awful thought! ,. and a good deal glad tosee_ her. Her child "That's very sweet of you, says Mrs. Vy sward, with her dark eyes all aglow, and
.. \\:1':I Knew just what to say and do, She feels a little faint, but, having donned is caressed and petted.to her heart's content, vyan ; but I must let you off duty now. her lips parted, and her hair flying behind
i t' ;::1 I When our playmates kind and true the bonnet in obedience to her lord, ascends until May and Edith "Vy vyan carry her off Dulce's mother waits her. She is"going her like a golden glory. She has crimson
:' ., Praised old Grandma's head. the Noah's Ark they call a coach, and drives bodily. The hostess rustles up to Mrs. home.* poppies in her hands, and is holding them
.. "', '': away with him to call upon this unknown Stamer and makes much of her, and says Then let me take her to her carriage" close to her little bosom, as though filled
".1 'i: :' Laid away in state and honor woman, who may or may not (here the feel- something about George, whereupon Captain says the General, strangely loth to surrender with love for them, as shespeeds along. She
;".v,, K, With her silken gown upon her, ing of faintness returns) be respectable; she Blackwood asserts himself and takes Mrs. his little' friend to any one. has escaped from nurse, and in the delicious
).. :'i -: And a quilt as: old, or older, almost weeps, and certainly scolds all the Stamer to the upper end of the room, wherea "No, no, says Mrs. Vyvyan earnestly. sense of freedom is chanting aloud a merry
:: :: Covering but head and shoulder, way there, and finally arrives just in timeto window opens a scene replete with moon- "Mrs. Stamer has not been well, and so I lilt.But
.1 ;I Grandma rests to-day. meet Lady Mary departing. : beams and a shimmering lake. wants to get away quietly. A strange face I even as the General gazes upon her a
I' :, : Do you wonder that we prize Yes, there is a balm in Gilead Again, the Somebody is singing. The voice is not might upset her." So saying she stoops, change passes' over the little face. As if to
:: ,ii, These old painted cheeks and eyes sun shines, the flowers emit the sweetest loud or powerful, but is sweet, and it thrills and lifting Dulce with the utmost gentleness prove that ever pain must mingle with our
,:' t' Which we played with when our skies perfume. All is changed. She presses Lady one's soul only to hear it. Mrs. .>sighs bears her away from the General. dearest gladness here the child pauses in
." % Wore the blue of May? Mary's hand affectionately, and murmurs profoundly, and sinking into a low chair "Did you enjoy yourself, darling?" asks her happy run, the song ceases. The small
,ly \. -Mrs. J. ]I. Pattcson. how glad she is to see that dear Lady Mary tells herself she may probably be happy here :Mrs. Stamer, as she and the child are rolling face puckers ominously, and sinking on the
':+ too (the 'too' heavily emphasized), hasespoused I for an hour or two. home swiftly beneath the light of the quiet ground, she bursts into a flood of tears.

.:,4t t 1: -- this poor creature's cause, and has The moon is streaming in upon her ; the stars, through the scented lanes, heavy with In a moment the General is at her side,
,, MRS STAMER. not to those who seem bent on below all aflood with its dew and moonshine.
gone over gardens are light ; has lifted her in his strong arms, and is asking -
,.:/ But who is she? and where has she come ignoring her presence in the county." the tiny wavelets on the lake seem to be Yes, so much," says the little one. "But I her what has happened. He presses her
,, r I from ?" asks Mrs. Vyvyan, with uplifted Lady Mary nods and blinks, and gives it sobbing and swaying through very ecstacy, went to sleep ; and he was very good to me, tangled yellow hair against his breast, and
;1 x', brows and a slight acerbity of tone. She as her opinion that the poor creature" js so loving is the touch Diana gives them. A and nursed me so comfortably." betrays such genuine grief at her mishap
". t i ;)I actually lays down her novel (and the third absolutely charming, and goes on her way faint glimpse of the distant ocean, sparkling "Who did, darling?" she asks indiffer- that the child is half consoled. He may be
"r' volume, too,) as she says this, as though rejoicing, with a large smile upon her broad, and scintillating in the*"clear rays, can be ently. unlearned in childhood's ways, yet it is
1', 'f honestly) desirous of information or scandal. ugly, lovely old face. caught through the branches of the tall firs "The strange man." with a touch that a woman must have envied
'fi air\ .. '* She is a widow, I hear,"' replies her After the Bishop, Mrs. Vyvyan calls, and that stand out jet black against the pallid What man ?" cries her mother, with as because of its gentleness, that he sets
I a brother, lazily. He yawns, and pulls withy afler that there is a rush from minor quartersto sky. The perfume. of many flowers: creepsup much force as though some one had struck about discovering: the damage done.
1.: languid affection the ears of the small terrier see the pretty widow, who has dropped to render a perfect scene more perfect, her. A passionate throb takes her heart ; Dulce is not shy. She has ceased crying ;
.hA : sitting on his knee. down among them as if from the skies. and Mrs. Stamer, leaning back in her seat, all her pulses beat tumultuously. and now, lifting her angelic eyes to his, she
# ,'", Oh. of course they always are widows," They find her very good to look at ; so with eyes sympathetic turned upon the "The tall, thin man," says the child, points sorrowfully] ; her little rounded bare
', ) .', said :Mrs. Vyvyan. good that somebody says"she cannot be bad, lovely light, adds to it another charm. simply. ; "they called him the General 1" leg, as though 'demanding sympathy. It is a
',; Well, why shouldn't they be ? Fellows her face is so angelic ; yet every one, in his Captain Blackwood is not talking ; for this Ah !I" says Mrs. Stamer. She inhales her small affair, after all, the sting of a venomous -
1 i ,f will die, you ,know. By-the-by, did you or her secret heart, feels that there may be she is secretly grateful. He is contenting breath quickly, making a sound like a sob. nettle, that has raised pink flush upon
; ,3 .'l I hear about Fred's parsnips? He-" something in her past not altogether-well- himself with a prolonged survey of the and leans back in the carriage. her tender skin. The General stoops and
:, ', 4 Never mind the parsnip Fred [Fred is you understand : and this adds piquancy to I faultless face beside him, that, caIrn and That night the General slept little, but kisses the soft injured limb with the great-
.' ; '.! her husband] is always making an ass of the acquaintance, though all would have I quiet as marble, yet suggests such possibilities asked many questions.: He had kept one of I est tenderness.
'I+ hitnsi-lf the other. Tell the Clares: (on their return from the Grange)
: : about one thing or died rather than confess it. of passionate feeling. He even removes the shoe and sock from
t ,i -r me what else you have heard about this There is one great charm about Mrs. Then the song comes to an end and little in the 811l0kin 'rool11 until an unconscionable her foot, with a view to ascertaining whether -
'. new-comer." Stamer. She is always at home; and always murmur of admiration follows it ; that dies hour, probing him unmercifully about not the wicked nettle has penetrated
t 1'1'h Mrs. Stamer? Not much. She has to be seen, so every one can gratify his away, and after it comes a fluttering; at the The Holmes and its inmates, until the poor through or the strong kid. Then with an awkwardness -
t ; :' taken The Holmes, it appears, and has one curiosity about her. She is ever to be found lower end of the long room there stands the young man's lids fell down over his eyes. unrivaled he draws on the sock
,\ :. : little da'l hter. I know nothing more of seated in a huge rocking chair in her draw- entrance door, and Blackwood, glancing in Then the General, seeing no more was to he again: and after a fierce and protracted battle
: # :''I\ her, and I shouldn't have known that if ing-room with the! windows open (it is hot- its direction, says lazily : gained from him, generously sent him to with it. reduces the button of the shoeto
t !il Daventrv hadn't: regularly! button-holed me test:: brightest June), an immense peacock The Claremont people at last, and tho- bed. But bed for the General that night subjection. Dulce is delighted; with him.
1' 'i'' .P and m tile\ me listen to him." fan in her little jeweled hand, and a very General !" meant nothing less than torment. She has quite adopted him by this time,
-; : II tiv odd it is. That sort of a woman tiny child at her feet. Mrs. Stamer, thus roused from her reverie, Something had happened to wake within and i is sitting without the slightest regard for
j I : has alwivs I only one child ; and it is never a She is dressed in deepest mourningnotcrape turns to her companion. "The General," him memories of the past, now three years decency with her arms tightly clasped round
.?' son. Why don't they have two, and why exactly, but heavy black for all that, she says, with a slight touch of amusement I old. He had not been General Steyne then his neck and her cheek rubbing its velvet
i : not a boy sometimes ?" relieved here and there by some handsomejet in her tone ; and then, as if impelled by but a Colonel, and life at that time had softness his.
:, J: "Sometimes they have. I know widow and old lace frillings at the throat and some absurd: curiosity: she rises and glances shown him its sweetest and its bitterest
i, \ ; that has three little sons." wrists. The child is in mourning, too ; vet down the room to where the last comers sides. He had been wrong then, he knows Does he know mamma? Does he love
( ; 'j: A widow, in society, no doubt. But this she tells everyone she has been a widow'fora stand talking to Mrs Vyvyan. that now-he had been wrong, indeed all her?"
$; I Mrs. Stumer has apparently no connections, little more than three years. On her left A tall, soldierly-looking man, with clear- through, but only discovered his error when I The General flushes. "Yes, he has seen :
It f no antece-lents (that can be safely introduced hand, as in duty bound (this is Miss Grynde's cut features, a heavy mustache and very i! too late. And last night-a few hours ago, mamma. Does she love her?"
.: $t;' ), in fact, nothing." remark, not mine), she wears a plain wed- mournful eyes, is most conspicuous among a little baby face, a tiny, rosy-tinged thing, Oh, yes. Mamma is beautiful, and must I
t. r She has money, ana the best place to be ding ring; on her right two magnificent the group. He is grave to a fault, but now, framed in a giory of hair, yellow as uncut be loved. She, Dulce, loves her most .II
:, had now in the neighborhood." diamonds, worth a small fortune. Miss even as she looks, he smiles, and his smileis corn, had raised within him a demon of remorse .I though, when she is crying, and she is oftencrying ':
t !,4.'.::: I suppose," fretfully. *. she will expect us Grynde is further of opinion that diamond full of beauty., and transforms him in one and longing that will not be laid. I. poor mamma. Then Dulce comfortsher.
:\" ,. I' ,.to call. rings of such value on a widowof unknown I instant from middle age to youth. This morning breakfast is a mockery to I Mamma says she is her only com
I I Let her expect, and don't call Why fame-are not respectable : He is younger than one would expect ina him, so unnerved is he by his long visit. He fort.. "
.'.. r m should you? Stay at home and so avoid this Pullingham is festive; it is even lavish in i general says Captain Blackwood, with- fidgets secretly, while the others eat their "And Dulce's papa? ,
a .* ,I grievance." its hospitality. Invitations to stately after- out any particular interest in his tone, kidneys and toast, end laugh over I last Papa is dead. Mamma has said so. He
k, !I" }! But if everybody else calls, I shan't like noons, pompous dinners and frivolous evenings "though re.allive generals, to tell the truth, night's proceedings, and when decency allows is buried,"down, down," pointing to the
r' I to feel I am the one ill-natured person inI'l have been showered upon Mrs. Stamerall are few and far between in Pullingham. he rises. and, finding a hat, walks ground. But mamma told her only yes-
: the parish. Why on earth can't she say in vain. She has politely declined to lie-by Jove !" quickly down the stone steps of Claremontand terday that she must love him always even
t who she i is, or mention a cousin, or a sister, join the dance in any form whatsoever. In- He is barely in time to catch Mrs. Stamerin turns eagerly in the direction that leadsto though she may never see him till she goes
or an aunt? Charlotte Grynde saw her yesterday deed, she lets it be understood that she his arms as she sways forward and falls The Holmes. Yes. Now, at once and up to Heaven. He was the best man that I
'-4 fS 'i i .' 1. and says she is too pretty to be means to abjure gayety, and devote herself in a dead faint: caused by the heat, no forever he will get rid of the gnawing anxiety ever lived" says Dulce, sweetly, as if repeating -
r proper.. exclusively to the cultivation of her child. doubt.It the consuming hope that has been destroying an old lesson, looking straight into I
f ;i "If ugliness is a patent of respectability, The child is a decided feature in her pro- is the simplest thing in the world to ether him for hours, and when he has the" General's abashed" the eyes.
.l i Hiss Gry nde is all one could possibly desire gramme. There have been, and there are, out of the room and upstairs to :Mrs. walked two miles and his heart: has begunto He was not, says General, suddenly
:' :: :i; # ," says Capt. Blackwood. She is beyond pretty children in Pullingham, but anybodyso Vyvyan's bed without a sensation of any beat feverishly, he comes face to face losing" his head. "
: all doubt, too proper to be pretty:' ethereally lovely as the little fairy who kind. One or two of the women guests, with Mrs. Stamer at her entrance gate. But he was, declares the child indigo
1! Charlotte is trying certainly, but I think calls Mrs. Stamer mamma has never yet seeing what has happened, go with her, andas For a long minute they gaze at each otherin nantly, regarding him with a sudden"acces-
\. ; ;i I she: is a good soul,*' says Mrs. Vyvyan carelessly been seen there. She is a minute thing of for the rest, they know nothing of the a silence that may be felt. The General I sion of disfavor. Mamma says so.
: ': :"I. other, dearest friend." "Stamer five years, with yellow hair that encircles'her mishap that has befallen the mistress of breaks it. I was not mistaken, then," he i ""Mamma!I" IA
'i f, \.i, Stamer.: It is a good name enough, but per"t like a cloud, and out of which gleam The Holmes until several hours later. says, in a low tone. ; Yes, my mamma" '-and she knows. You
t fcaps assumed." dark eyes and crimson lips, a complexionlike Time flies. The General is naturally the "No ? and what then?" says Mrs. Stamerin I knew him;too, says the little one with alla
What's in a name?'"quotes her brother. a veritable white rose, and a wistful expression hero of the hour, coming fresh from Afghan- a cold, clear voice, full of defiance. She child's singular astuteness." "Tell me
: ""t \ "We have all, heard about the rose, you that must have come with her from istan. By and by the young people take to raises her eyes proudly to his. though in about him ; was he big?-tall ?
.. know and considering! what we have heard her own domain of Faery. dancing in the grand old hall, and the Gen- very truth her soul is fainting within her. : She has forgotten her anger of a moment I
she must be superior to any rose. If her To-day being just a trifle cooler than its eral-who has laughingly declined to trip it After three long years of incessant: searchto since, and is now gazing at him with one of I
I' surname was Brown, Jones or Robinson, it fellows, Mrs. Vyvyan drives her ponies downto unless he can find a partner of his own age, find you here-of all places-unawares!" I her" sweetest" smiles. ,
:; t wouldn't take the I lustre out of her eyes, or The Holmes and entering the shaded and what woman will acknowledge to that? he says, gazing earnestly at her. He seems: Yes, says the General. "
); add an inch to her nose-which I hear is drawing-room there, literally lays siege to -steps out on the balcony and gazes lost in astonishment; he cannot, though "And with gray hair, like yours? strok-
; : I pure Greek. By-the-by, she has got the Mrs. Stamer, who is looking as slender and thoughtfully upon the sleeping garden.All the doing so would be a relief to him, avert : ing his grizzly locks. "
;{ most questionable Christian name" cool and calm as though the heat is not 90 is peace-a great calm has fallen on the his eyes from the fair but wrathful face that : "Yes, just like mine. He was old, too,
o f ,: How questionable?" in the shade, without even one sighing breezeto world. It seems almost as if ever-ready sin returns his glance so steadily. says the General with a touch of ill-sup.
i 'f ,} .'It is almost improper," says Captain relieve its intensity. The flowers are has sunk to rest ; the lake ripples, the moonbeams Well, you have found me," she says. pressed" bitterness. "
u" .;l. : Blackwood, with a faint laugh. The day is drooping, the streamlets run slowly, gentle shiver, the flowers sleep ; no sound still defiant; "and now what have you 1 Has he nice eyes, like yours?
1\\ I warm, and laughter of the pronounced sort Zephyrus has forgotten the earth comes to move the intense quiet of the hour. gained by your discovery?" "Very much like mine, my angel." And
5 ,{: t is beyond him.U She calls herself Aud-- "You must come to us this evening," says But what is this? Not much, perhaps, in your eyes ; but to then the child tightens her arms about him,
rey.' It sounds stagey, doesn't it? A woman Mrs. Vyvyan impetuously. Yon must in- A little form-is it angel or fairy ?comes me this accidental meeting has brought and entreats him to come home with her
who respected herself wouldn't go round deed. Whv, you have been here for a full slowly up to the General across the stone comfort that is almost overpowering. I have. to her own house and she will show him
with that name would she? It s so dis- month, and never put in an evening any balcony. Pausing near him it lifts its large seen yon-you are alive and well. It is a her pretty garden, and her ducks, and her
c gracefully out of the common." where. It is almost uncivil of you." eyes confidently to his face. It is the child' great deal. You cannot of course, under- little soft yellow chicks, and the rose that
4' A name signifies very little," says Mrs. Oh not uncivil !" says Mrs. Stamer Dulce, who has grown weary with her play; stand how much-and besides all this, I has bloomed upon her own tree.
.ti Vyvyan severely, who doesn't like being gentlv. and would fain be at rest within her snowy have held the child in my arms She slept But the General declares that he cannot
55 ridiculed even bv a pet brother. Well, then: unkind. We wish to make bed. He can touch her if he will but put here," laying his hand upon his heart witha come to-day ; some other time. He breaks
Look here Pussy says Captain Black- you) one of us, and you won't have it," says forth his hand. Involuntarily he does so, rather simple gesture. She had her little off abruptly in the middle of a sentence,
,. wood. Don't you be the first to taboo this frs. Vyvyan, who had been the first to traduce and drawing her to him gazes into her small arms around my neck ; she was happy and bends his head upon his breast. Grow-
r. poor little woman. She is only your own her and the second to adore her. Besides face.As with me." ing frightened, the little one tries to raise it,
age I hear, twenty-seven, [Mrs. Vyvyan is to-night" want you." he does so his own changes ; a heavy "My daughter told me you had been kindto and she sees that tears are running down
thirty-two], so don't be hard on her. No There'are so many others," says the pale pallor shines through the bronze an Indian her,"says Mrs.Stamer,coldly. She speaks the General's cheeks, and that he is crying.

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To-day, as usual Mrs. Stanicr is sitting in "Quite right says the General, ,very OF FLORIDA, ) Groceries Provisions
her huge rocking-chair, wafting her big fan gently. Yet, you sec, Dnlce, my coming STATE OF NASSAU } Chandlery etc. ,

to and fro. Her lids have dropped slightlyover has been of no use. I must go now, even as To James O'Boyle-You are hereby noti-
her eyes in true drowsy fashion ; tile you come." fied that a writ'of attachment has been issued 4.

action of her wrist grows languid; she i is in *.No, no," says the child. Mamma: ,ask against you and your,property attached, to H.: E. DOTTEREJEt T
full enjoyment of an afternoon as sultry him to stay and have tea with us." satisfy the demand twenty-five dollars.

and free from air of any kind as one living I can't stay, indeed," says the poor Gen- Now, unless you shall appear before H. J. *

for years in the far East can possibly de eral hurriedly. Baker, Esq., County Judge and ex-ojficlo Jus- INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF M
Mamma, make him." cries the anxious tice of the Peace in and for said county, at !11.1 .'
sire.Yet there is a faint curve about her perfect little voice. "I want to show him my new his office at Fernandina, on the 12th day of I!, '
lips that i* hardly happy, a touch of pallorin chickens." March. A. D. 1883 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon J Y;

her soft cheeks that suggests; mournful, I shall be glad if you will stay," says ,judgment will be rendered against you -iI -
nay even hateful, thought. Mrs. Stamer in a stifled tone. The sight of and your property sold to pay the debt. I FINE FAMILY GROCERIES

"General Steyne," says a servant, open- the child'in! his arms, with her pretty cheek Dated this 12th day of January, 1883.

ing the door suddenly, so detaching her pressed against his, is almost more than she I J. A. ELLERMANN.8td *
from a painful past as to bring her to a yet can endure, Plaintiff. _
more painful present-to judge by thecloudthat "There!" says Dulce, slipping out of his

covers her fair face. arms. Now you must stay, and I shall PATENTS obtained for new inventions EMBRACING NEA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OFFANCY ,,
But the servant's eye is on her, and so I run and tell Jackson to bring the tea in at or for improvements in old

she forces herself to rise, and how coldly to once." ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand ,..w
her visitor, and say How d'ye do," as In a moment she has gone. The General all patent business promptly attendedto. IMPORTED GROCERIES
quietly as if the heart in her body is not looks with some embarrassmentat :Mrs. Sta INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
beating wildly madly with surprise and in- mer, and sees that she has covered her face REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
donation, and something else perhaps. with her hands, and is crying silently, but ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS "'

Then the servant vanishes; and as he does passionately.In ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- t.

so her enforced courtesy vanishes, too, and a moment he is at her side; at her feet. NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- PURE AND OF GOOD
with passionate contempt and anger she "Audrey, Audrey," he cries imploringly, ents in less time than. those 4I who. are remote QUALITY. :
turns to the General. would it be possible to forgive?" from Washington.When .

"You And here!I' she says. It is as if .No, no!I' sobs she bitterly, but her voiceis I Inventors send model or sketch, ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF .+
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she would gladly have said much more,but not. unforgiving. we make search in the Patent Office, and
that her strength is insufficient for her. Sheis 44 Our whole lives must be influenced by advise as to its patentability free of charge. tr

literally consumed by the emotion that this moment," says General Steyne solemnly. Correspondence confidential; fees reasonable -f FINE TEAS AND COFFEES f-

is making her bosom rise and fall tumultu- "I implore you to think. I know I ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT '
ously."I am unworthy of pardon ; but if"- ENT IS OBTAINED.We -t ,,
couldn't help it." says the General. It Memory would come between us,"whispered refer by permission to the City Post-

is a perfectly puerile excuse, and at the she, sadly. master, and to the Superintendent of the THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. t 1' ,,
least very humble-so humble that it would Nothing shall come between us If so Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash u

have disarmed most women's anger. Un- blessed a thing could happen as that you ington. For special references, circular service -!

happily it has only the effect of increasingMrs. would take me back into your heart, no terms, etc., addressC.
Stamer earthly power should separate us again." A. SNOW & CO., NEW GOODS Received by EVery Steamer.Cor. ,F
"That you should dare to seek me," she He waits with beating pulse for her reply. 2-tf Opp.Patent Offir.p. Washington nn. t

says, with a little gasp : "toeven look upon Lifting her streaming eyes to his she says :
my face again ; to "- You are really sorry ? It is a foolish question -
Second and Centre Sts.
It was that that brought," interruptshe but very womanly, and it fills the RA'SHAIllXLSAiThe FERNANDINA, FLA.

eagerly. So eagerly that, for a moment, General with contrition.

he appears almost a young man. "To !look "Alas!I" he says, mournfully "need you Test Cleanest and Real Estate.
upon your face once more-for the last time, ask ale that question, my beloved? I doubtif fir= most Economical Hair i; WH LB ALB AND RBTAIL. I Z.

perhaps. That I am unworthy to do it, I even the great joy of being forgiven by Diessing.HBTtr+ 00O
know ; but I risked everything, even your you-if that joy be mine, Audrey-can altogether rails to Restore; 00p I .
anger. It was an overpowering desire ; I blot out the recollection of these the youthful color to grey I
y iair. and$x sizes atPlorestoB
could not conquer it." He speaks somewhat past miserable years, during which remorse Imggi-t!>. FLORIDA
incoherently, and when his voice fails him has been my companion day and night. o I
there is a pause. I will drive out that companion mur- II it rolr. ne. a. a IMPROVEMENT COMPANY:

"Now that you have gratified your desire murs she with quivering lips, yielding to __ r- A new AlI I shall be glad if you will go," says his sweet, caress. My husband, now thatI W ,'rant' 25 and anJ Lvliiij'rue ..ic.; IPARKER' ", ". I hrD
Mrs. Starner. drawing her breath in a somewhat am your own Again, all evil thoughts will 4
labored fashion. She is standing side- fly from h
you. SGINGER Fernandina ,
ways, and has one hand upon a chair near "Here comes tea," cried Dulce, dancing A. B. NOTES i
her as though to steady herself. Her face into the room before the solemn footman, 3H Towns R.
on R. Line s.t s.
is white as death, her eyes are all afire" who is following her with the tray. {
"Audrey! Have you forgotten all !1" cries "Is it?" says her mother, with a tremulous -DEALER IN- t And Cedar Key.

he, in anguish ; all 1 our happy past? You smile. Good child Now, you will ft.
used to say you were happy then. Must go and tell cook that General Steyne will i-:
Pure Medicine that Never Intoxicates.
iny one crime be as a curse upon my whole dine with us at half-past seven. No, Jack- Family Family Supplies, cD
life? Is pardon impossible? son, no; I want Miss Dulce to take the mes- If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with 9
!" herself-The overwork or a mother run down by family or household p Offers to Lessees and Purchasers
."Quite impossible sage Argosy duties try PARKER'S GINGER TONIC. H a large ,
Could you not try to forgive?" HEAVY GROCERIES, p
If you are a lawyer,minister or business man ex- number of the most "*

"For what? she asks "To love eligible and desirable
sternly. BEWARE OF IMiTA TIONS.-The delicate odor hausted by mental strain or anxious cares do not p-
again-to be again undone? No !r I have of Floreston Cologne is entirely novel Look take intoxicating stimulants, but use PARKER'S
wisdom now, where I had only childish I 1 for signature of Hiscox & Co., N. Y., on GINGER TONIC.If Hay and Grain, ccp Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for

trust before. Unheard you condemned me. each bottle.A you have Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Kidney or o City Suburban
or Residences
Another's voice, the voice of a common Urinary Comolamts, or if you are troubled with any o y
slanderer, was more precious in ears disorder of the iungs.stomach bowels.blood or nerves o j
than mine. You believed me false your to GOOD FOUNDATION. American house- you can be cured by PAKKEK'S GINGER TONIC.If H f SHIP STORES o I II ,
you e
How holds the prevailing complaints are weak- you are wasting from dissipation I UPON EASY TERMS.
false can I forgive, or forget that? away age or Z
ness of the stomach and its disease weakness and stimulant take I
You have consequences, any or require a .
sown, now and all isat
end between you reap; Indigestion, Nervousness and Rheumatism.Such GINGER TONIC at once; it will invigorate and build Furniture t pQD- '
an us." sufferers can lay a good foundation for you up from the first dose' but will never intoxicate. N Liberal Discounts on Values allowed'W
"Even memory? asks he, despairingly."Are Parker's It has saved hundreds of lives it may save yours.
health Tonic it
by Ginger as
there no hours you can look back HISCOX 4 CO.. 1413 Williwi: SU New York. SOc and Stoves, parties engaged in Indus-
the stomach and or
and wish"_ tones up nerves, keeps one dollar tizet, at all deaim In ineutcme.. etUl
upon the kidneys active to carry off the foul mat- GREAT SAVING
"I look back, cries she vehemently BUYING DOLLAR SIZE.
never ter.-N. 0. Picayune. tf Paints, rial enterprises, who will erect on the property -
putting up her hand as though to ward ,
off some fatal blow. '* Never! I will not" O Crockery, purchased substantial improvementsfor
She is strangely agitated. She betrays a Demand it, and take not other iron prepa- Groceries and Provisions. 00

forced determination not to be won over by ration except Brown's Iron Bitter's. It is the Hardware, + residence, or in which to conduct theirS

any argument, however specious. best. B. NOYES, I
"If, then, for the future I am to be noth- A Willow-Ware. business. .
ing to you," says the General, in a low tone Legal Advertisements. (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), toO

that he strives hard to reduce to calmness, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in toM =.. INDUCEMENTS TO :MANUFACTURERS -
"tell me-what of the child ?
At this a terrible fear takes possession of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, == by exemption for a term of years from

her.from them.Her lips She part looks, but at him no sound with a comes dumb IS HEREBY GIVEN, that un- CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, p= taxation offered by the several cities and "

entreaty in her beautiful eyes that amounts NOTICE act of the Legislature of the Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near B : '- towns. Apply to

almost to agony. State of Florida, entitled Am Act to Steamboat Landing, !
Will he take the o ,
child from her? Has he
vide General Law for the
a Incorporation of I
the power to do so? Will he cruelly deprive Railroads and Canals'' approved February FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ri Low the Low t Office cor.Beach & 7th a ts., Fernandina.
her of the little creature who been 1 II II
has to her
IGth, 1874, the undersigned have formed and Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. I < I I.
for years as her very heart's blood? Must organized a company under the name of Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in I
she live without the sweet companionship large quantities. --
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that has grown necessary to her, the fond ATLANTIC & MEXICAN GULF CANAL Agent for Hazard :Manufacturing' Compa-
baby kisses that have rendered her sad life COMPANY, ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the i
not only bearable but almost to be desired. 4 H
best in the world.
"You will not take the child from me !" for the and purpose operating of a constructing steamboat, and maintaining barge- Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED 'SIRLEY'SSEEDS .- .
she in
says a dying tone. Her face grows PLOWS.
canal for in the
public use conveyance of
absolutely with fear- vol untari she
gray ly
persons and property from the Florida line, Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- of ALL PLANTS, for ALL CROPS for ALL C .
lays her hand upon her throat,as one might Aft
VILLE. 33 MATES. are tasted; only the best sent out.
who is in danger suffocation. near the Okefenokee Swamp; thence in asouthwl"sterly Groin and Farm Seed and beet method
"No '* direction across the State of of culture of Grains,Root Crops, Grasses, Fodder Crops, Tree
no, no, says the General, vehemently Planting' etc. only lOcts. Annual catalogue and Pricu List of
Florida the most direct route the Gulf Material pogg SEEDS.
her evident distrust of him causing by to Building several thousand varieties, FREE.
him keener anguish than what has gone and along its shore to the western boundaryof SIeLET'ssEEDS HIRAM SIBLEY CO Rochester, N.Y. Chicago, !III.!!
the State to be constructed within
before. "The child is yours. I surrenderall ;
the limits of the counties of Nassau
claim, no matter what it costs me. I ,
owe you so much. I will do nothing to Columbia, Hamilton Suwanee, Madison, La BRICK, LIME, HAIR, ,
wound you. You have suffered enough at fayette. Taylor, Jefferson, Wakulla, Franklin GUARANTEED TO CURB ALL CASES OF

my hands already. shall do whatever you Calhoun, Washington, Walton, Santa PLASTER, CEMENT, INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS;
wish in the future. It rests in your own Rosa and Escambia. Tire Canal Companywas DYSEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH,

hands. If you tell me to go now, I shall originally: incorporated by the Legislature SHINGLES COSTIVENESS ENLARGED SPLEEN, COLIC, &C.
obey you." of Georgia, under the na'me of the Atlantic Ber.J B-Graves,Editor and Proprietor "Baptist." J R. Johnson. M, D., of Abbeville Miss.. Aug.
"Then exclaims she and his & Mexican Canal Company, of which DOORS SASH BLINDS [Memphis,Term. Bays: 1 received a package of your 11 I3E2, says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical; i
go, face this to be an extension. I Liver Medicine, and hare used about half of it. It) College,and have practiced thirty-five;years. I use |
changes perceptibly."And proposes I works like a charm. I want no better Liver Kegulator your medicine la my practice. It is not only a good i '
if yOU tell me never to returnifyou GEO. F. DREW, PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT ., I and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture. Liver Medicine,but It Isa sovereign remedy for fox.I ..
Rev E. Hnffins, Ky.I Rev.J. S. '
J. J. FINLEY, A. Franklin. Beasley of Summer-ton.
think that will be for your happiness I Aug.to,says: It is the best mediI .. S a,Jan"Si says: I have used Zellif
his voice trembles, "you shall still beobe'etl GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, I cine I have ever taken In my life. It in's preparation great deal but ]
!" Of Florida. I is curing me of Dyspepsia.Send me Four medicine altogether Though he has forced himself to |another package. Must have it. 3 in its effect on the I'J'Gt..rn.The b*>! utter the words, they are almost unintelligi- LAFAYETTE MCLAWS, FRED w HOYT .& GO'S, Rev. J. L. Brittaln, of Blonntsville.Ala. Dr. S. Mansfield, wholesale! Drug!'t. :Mennbis, \
ble. Is she merciless, or has she indeed lost JOSEPH SHEPARD, ..March 1883,says: I suffered with Tenn.,says: Have sold it 30 years; my prod!c.: >&OI>t A
all JAS. S. BAILEY, SECOND STREET, Near Centre. torpid liver and costiveness,and your \sold it many years before me. That this medicine* il"*ri
love "

for him? Has his one act of unfaith medicine cured ma My wife has used It i good one.no ore can deny;and flit It is the tine p.ad p:
destroyed forever the hold he once had Of Georgia. with admirable effect for sick-headache- I genuine'Stmmona Liver Medicine'conedare,gainsay:
upon her heart?'' Dated this 10th day of January, A.D,1883. C. H. HTJOT '": Original and Only Getniae. Zsta*.1310.

"It will be better so," she says, her tone Put up in 35c.and 31.packages
In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial and bottles
uncertain. She has risen to her feet, and is by
Circuit of Florida Nas- IN-
staring him with yearning eyes. Is this, -DEALEEGroceries
RUG G t si si
indeed, to be the end? Is she, by two or sau County.
three words, to drive him forever from her SAMUEL B. HUBBARD & Co.' =:=1 I I2J

presence? How tall he looks, how grand, vs. -
how soldier-like, and he-he is her hus BENJ. EAGER & CHARLES R. CHANDLERYI .
band-and once-once she loved him wild MURRAY, partners as EAGER I I DR. JOHNSON'SINDIAN

I ly. The General,drawing himself up to his & MURRAY, SIMON TEMPLE, .
full height, which is magnificent, walks to et atBy Hardware,
the door. Has he not given his word to .
In this world how many great things by the Hon. James M. Baker. 'i
hinge upon a bare circumstance. But for Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
Florida I will sell in front of the Second Street, "
an interruption he have forth ,
might gone Cores all diseases or the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
and never looked again upon the face dear- house, in the city of Fernandina the
est to him. Even as he opens the door first Monday in March, being the 5th day of vie FERNANDINA FLA. Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
Dulce said month, all the right, title and interestof
comes rushing in with flying hair
efficacy in healing above named diseases and
and sparkling eyes and happy crimson lips, Benjamin Eager, Charles R. Murray, et FERNANDINA
glad with smiles. al., in and to the following described prop- pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to JIa.fi.

'' Oh, nurse told me you were here," she erty, to-wit: The right, title and interest to
cries, as she precipitates herself upon the the lands upon which the Eager, or Tolu, tV
General and impounds him upon the spot. mills is situated, near Brandy Branch, in (STEAM [ SAW} [MILL.] i, GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.
Nassau also a tramway running
It is county; _
my General, she says> A> ***
her white, rounded i-houlder at her from said mill two miles on the west side of Trade SlarLLaboratory ,

mother, who seems turned into stone. The the Transit Railroad, and log wharf belong- AGENTS ANTED-eJ- :
child is in a verv rapture; she throws her lit- ing to said mill ; also the right, privilegesand C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR,

tle with arms kisses.around his neck and smothers him Eager contracts& Murray for'with stumpage the Florida entered Land into Improvement by- constantly on hand 77 West Third St.,New York City. Druggists sell it. .

"I Company ; also one cart, two HAS <
guessed would come. I told mam- '
you trucks with the harness and equipments CEDABTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
JUa I had
asked you, and that I thoughtyou se* Lumber by Cargoes. sick with .and trial of I
longing thereto. Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were Fever, a short your I ,
would triumphant
come and see, a
; you J. A. ELLERMANN, Receiver. Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.
glance at her pale mother "I was
right." Fernandina, March 8, 1883. Office on Second Street. vie 46 RUDIE CANTREL. .

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I' THE FLORIDA The pay of the Legislature should be lim GAINESVILLE'S "'OPPORTUNITY.As r
Legislature. If
'f>: jf IPItvOR. so, this sum can only be WASHINGTON
ited to the usual amount prescribed by law the action of the Legislature has set- made up by a long session and big per diemto

for work of similar character and. not tled the members, and big to a numerous
exceed the pay
question to the continuance of
L : .11'1 SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 188S. ras retinueofsu erfluousclerkspagesandother A BOOM IN AMUSEMENTS--THE CELEBRATION OF

: $4 per day.Legislative the East Florida Seminary at Gainesville in employes. We telll legislators that at a time WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY-THE TARIFF

\ { JI WHAT HAS BEEN DONE BY THE committees for examination of favor of that thriving city, its citizens will when Florida possessed a larger amount of BILL-CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS -

.< J. LEGISLATURE. State institutions should be abolished and consult the partpf: true ,)v .wisdom' by puttingup taxable property than now $75,000 per an- SELECTED.To .

Ik y ,# The Legislature, which closed its session permanent boards of examiners or visitors handsome. -- '-' !'andWbstantiaImbuildings.; ,State num covered government the,,whole Legislature expenses, executiveand of the the Editor of the Mirror:
1. .'. iT; :! yesterday, has staid out its full limit of stablish d. The best.form- ff _- <-for*. school.- .j. : buildings A ..... is the judiciary. Then members received, as WASHINGTON, February 24, 1883.

.. 'i sixty days, and left.probably a'good share of One-half ,of the expense of legislation quadrangle. A good.two-story building, cov- ,they do now in Michigan, but $3 per day. Sleary, the showman, told Gradgrind that

t. the bills introduced not acted upon. That should be saved,. and greater efficiency be ering three sides of a square, with light and and the whole pay for legislative clerks and the world must be amused, and that
other the
employes less than
was $2,000, and for
I } is probably, however, no loss. obtained. ________ ____- ventilation from each'side, with separate l '6islativeprinting,including slips, bills and showmen believe that Washington must be

,t :ri;': I Among the most important acts )has been EX-COMPTROLLER COWGILL. stairways from each department, is practi- journals, less than 4000. amused is evident from their presence and

Ja,t;' the passage of a local option bill, which The report of the legislative committee, cally the most convenient and the most We know how hard'it is for members of patronage here. At one end of the avenuewe

I' : lj.4.; provides that no license shall be granted for published below, it will be seen, fully exon- safe. It need not all be built at once, but a down the Legislature to the old to standard consent to bring their pay have Congress, and at the other end the
while officers of
.i the sale of intoxicating liquors, ale and wine, erates ex-Comptroller Cowgill from any cen- general plan settled upon can be built as the executive department,hold with the ten- dog show. South of the avenue are Jem

11.' unless there be a petition presented by the room is needed. of death to Mace and the Australian
I sure hi reference to the funding'act of 1874, acity two or three times thesalaries giant and a dime

if' .: ; applicant signed by a majority of tbe registered and,his action under it. We have always Gainesville has now the prestige of success paid to their equally competent museum, and north of the avenue is Ade-

f > ?.I voters of the election precinct for which entertained the opinion that the funding of and her seminary should .be made an even predecessors when paid before in and Confederate during the war. lina Patti, at $10 a seat. Gilbert & Sullivan's

l.t :. j ;,! the license is taken. How far this law will depreciated scrip, with interestbearingbonds object of pride and attention on the part of But if the Independents expect to currency.triumph new opera, Iolanthe," is also on the boardsat

'< effect the of stopping the sale oft her citizens. She 'can' show that the inter- in the next Ford's
.f purpose was. not a wise piece of legislation, campaign, despite all manner of Opera House, and a convention of
; : d' .1. intoxicating liquors remains to be seen. ests of the school hate been subserved by ridicule from their opponents, and at what- school superintendents are
but have
believed that the discussing
we never Comp educational
:.L ;, abatement of that -
ta ; .E In most of the larger towns and villages its retention in that city, if the seminary is ever which when elected and
1 ; : troller acted improperly in reference to it. they expected to be paid, they must heroic ways means on 0 street.

"y Ha the requisite petition will probably be ob- It is but just to :Mr. Cowgill that the Legisla- fostered, and assisted' : ..Th .amount of the ally place themselves right on the record The city wore a holiday appearance the
+-a ::' tained. In the few licenses will State aid is too limited to'be relied this issue. Three dollars
t. before
country ture should clear him of all charges in that upon, upon a day, or at day yesterday in honor of Washing
'': y: probably be obtained. As existing licenses and must be supplemented by liberal action, most $4, is the utmost that voters at the ton's, birthday. The public officer
respect. *, S r next, election should. sanction,-Tallahassee were
:; "r':). are not, affected by the bill it is probable. Mr. McClellan, Chairman of the Judiciary at borne. Economist,. closed, and also a good portion of private

",!;.: / that most of those who desire licenses have Committee, to whom was referred the petition Gainesville indebted, to her large.mind- v business houses. Flags were flying patriot

$( them before the bill became law. ed and ello -Citizen Hon. J. H. THE ORANGE LORDS.
r procured a of the Hon. C. A. Cowgill, made the .generous, ,, ically from prominent buildings, and the

? 'w.:;<1t: The revenue law has not been materially following report: Roper, for the founding of her school, and only place where patriotic sentiment had to

Kfl : I:,. altered that not be can, no doubt add tQ its founda- LEAVING THE COTTON LORDS IN THE SHADE-
,. ", ;'. except mortgages are ASSEMBLY HALL, \ present give way to business was at the Capitol, as

i'J kv'.:;' taxed, and non-bearing groves are not to be TALLAHASSEE, F :A., February 9, 1883. JHon. tion, increase its efficiency and usefulness.If THE DEMAND FOR LAND. the expiring Congress has no. time to spare

c.P'".: taxed as groves, but as land.' The intention Chas. Dougherty,Speaker of the Assembly: she fails to do*'this 'others" will offer to JACKSONVILLE, FLA., February 19, 1883. for festivities. The day was observed by the

,'lJ.r1 of the law.that goods and chattels shall be SIR-The Judiciary Committee, to whom do so. _, No part of this great Union has ever beenso oldest inhabitants in an old-fashioned way,

.?l i first sold before resort is had to the real was referred the petition of the Hon C. A. extensively patronized as Florida. The and a military parade took place in the
is Cowgill, now a member of this Assembly, EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. story of its beauties of scenery, of its magnificent -
estate made more clear by an amendment afternoon
; p and late Comptroller under Governor Hart TALLAHASSEE, FLA., February 28,1883. water-courses, its dense forests, its and passed in review before

: ,: .' of the present law. The charge for tax advertisements beg leave to report that they have examined The Legislature is, of course, the special fish and birds and game, its fruitful soil and General Sherman and President Arthur.

;, l [!'I' is reduced one-half. into the subject-matter of the petition. The interest. its genial climate has been told all over the The :Military Order of the Loyal Legion gavea

,;::, The road laws have been amended so as petitioner requests that your committee investigate object Notwithstanding all past world in both prose and poetry. Imagination banquet at the Arlington Hotel in honorof
l : experience still at session the and art have been drawn
i. the action of the petitioner con- ,every same upon with-
rM' F to give the party called on for highway cerning the disposition of the bonds of 1873. waste of time at the beginning of the session out limit to set forth its attractions. The Washington's birthday. The President,
I,; labor the privilege of paying a commutation Immigration Bureau of the State has who is member of the
; ,: j t and rush at the close takes place. Bills, the printed a attended.
) .I a '''''; in lieu of labor or penalty. This will probably Your committee have examined the act of most important in their character a book of 200 pages, containing a Speeches were made by ex-Governor Cur-
: : be an improvement the 1883, under which the bonds were issued come up most elaborate description of every county tin
on of
: \\It present and disposed of by Comptroller Cowgill for final action when neither the committees in the State, its geographical location, its Pennsylvania; Senator Hawley, of

," :,; : system. also his report of 1874 as to the dispositionmade ; nor the legislative bodies can give them any rivers and streams, the character of its soil Connecticut, and Senator Logan, of Illinois.

:. .:" :" The act giving the avails of 178,000 acres of the bonds of 1873, and his entire time for consideration.The and climate, the nature of its products and There was no end of visitors on the floor i

I of the internal improvement law to the transaction in taking up the bonds of the industries, its public lands and cost of the of the House Representatives on the 22d
:1" revenue bill< on its final passage in same, and everything indeed that can be of
f bonded counties is a large measure of relief State held by L. P. Bayne & Co.; also a let- inst. One is
at a loss to know what becomes
:.. the had bare the least possible interest to the so'ourneror
t. ter of his to. Attorney-General Raney, that Assembly, a .quorum, and the
r a to those counties, and enables parties holdIng the settler. The is distributed of
: publication ex-Congressmen until there is a Washington's -
i is to be found in the Assembly Journal of vote was taken at two o'clock in the morn-
". :.: : ;U coupons of their county bonds to enter 1881, page 824. Your committee do not con- broadcast. The railroads which centre or birthday, when they have time by

: I of these State lands with them. sider it to into a minute and detailed ing.The have connections here throw with a freehand
1. ; any necessary go reason of closed departments to exercise the
t: ,, L. statement of all of the facts connected Senate has passed a concurrent reso- into every nook and corner gorgeously-
4 1" t The most important charters grantedwere with the delicate and responsible duty of lution, which the Assembly will probably printed and glowingly-written pamphlets, North American ex-Congressman's right of

General Gordon's International Railroad obtaining from L. P. Ba) ne & Co. the.298 concur in, providing for a vote by the peo- circulars, posters and dodgers. The steam- going upon the House floor. The other department -

1 : from the Georgia State line (to Key bonds of the State of Florida of the issqe of boat lines which traverse the waters, of people who have been and are
ple on the subject of a Constitutional Con- which there
are many, are not behind, and
1868-9 of which these several
West the Thomasville Tallabassee&Gulf out investigations -
; shower all politicians also call around on "Tashington'sbirthday
emanated or arose but considering all vention. Public sentiment is rapidly crys- upon eomers literally as as
: Railroad; the ship canal and the barge canal, ; snowflakes on the sod the elaborate and to the
see neglected Congressmenfrom
r. of the evidence before your committee, talizing in the direction of the necessity of a >
'::. both the latter intended to construct canals they have reached the conclusion that there convention to revise thoroughly the Consti- tempting descriptions of the properties their districts, and they have little reunions -
which have
for sale. :Marvelous
,'.,4' across the State. are no grounds to believe that the passage of they accounts around the doorways. The
tution of the men
State. which.read like fairy tales of for-
the bond act of 1873
was procured by or
'_ No Constitutional amendments were re- through any corrupt or illegal means, and The international railroad bill has be- tunes made or to be made, dazzle the imagi- who carry in cards get weary, but the

:: !.,: ported or adopted. The resolution for submitting that the transaction of the petitioner, as come a law. Whatever may be the meritsof nation and provoke avarice. If the half of holiday people have rights at least once a
what is told is be relied
'; the question of a Constitutional Comptroller of the State of Florida, in getting the to upon the orange year, and the doorkeepers will have a long
d 't- proposed enterprise, it is due to Gen- lords of Florida will, at no distant day,
Convention to vote having passed, the subject up from L. P. Bayne & Co. the 298 rest after the 4th of March.
leave far in the shade those famous
\>; bonds of 1878-9,held by said firm, was wise eral Gordon to say that he used no undue cotton
/ of Constitutional revision seems by lords of the South of traditionary wealth The Senate passed the tariff bill at its mid-
...:! f and judicious on his part when considered in methods in procuring passage. He frank-
V'.S general consent to be relegated to the Constitutional and splendor, and the same farmers: will night session while the
connection with all of the surrounding cir ly and fairly stated what he wished, and de- find a mine of inexhaustible wealth in sup- people slept, and
: 'JI, Convention, which may be assembled cumstances. clined now that. the Senate has passed the bill the
; to labor for the individual votes of plying the teeming and populous North
''t .j'? ; if a convention should be carried. Your that committee there is no therefore ground beg to censure leave to the report members. The General's- high character, I with fresh winter vegetables. Push, energy next question is : Will the House approveit

..".1: If An effort was made in the lower House to petitioner, and we do exonerate him from the deferred expectations of South Florida, II I and competition are the order of the day. ?" The House has practically abandonedthe
: ';;I: reduce the license tax on selling liquors, but all blame. in connection with prior chartered enter- iron Railroads and steel are into stretching the fastnesses tentacles of the interior of- measure it originated, and if there is

tJ : ,//1 failed, and the law stands heretofore, $300 Your committee herewith submit the evi- steamboats further and tariff legislation by this Congress it must L
prises, no doubt induced the solid support are gliding
1:1 dence that was before them and ask that
: '11 i for State license. the Assembly do make such, disposition of which his bill received from the South Flor- further through unknown waters, towns, accept the Senate bill. Mr. Morrill, who
'. bill introduced in the settlements and cabins spring up, the tide of had of bill I
: ,1 :J The House of Assembly it as may be deemed proper. ida members. By its provisions work is to immigration is the increase, charge the in the Senate, has insisted -
J constantly on
:, to remove the East Florida Seminary All of which is respectfully submitted.J. upon its passage, and it is inferred
t begin within one year and finished within and the birds of passage who flit thither and
'1/' ;',,j'l: : f! from Gainesville to Ocala was finally de- W.. F.H.MC-CLELLAN MILTON Chairman. seven years. The general features of the hither through the winter months, leave that in so doing he had reason to believe
'", 1" t. i ,..rf i feated. <_ __ _______ J. N. STRIPLING, bill are the same as other railroad charters, behind them hundreds of thousands of dol- that the measnre would receive favorable
all which contributes the
lars, of. to
'. develop- consideration
in the
M. M. LEWEY House.
: it .,. DEFECTS OF LEGISLATIVE with a land grant of 15,000 acres per mile. ment and growth of the State. The demand -
i B. B. BLACK WELL, The President is have
thought to exercisedhis
The have for lands this winter has been
'; hi METHODS. M. H. MABRY., Legislature accepted an great.
Mr. C. D. Willard., Vice-President of the own judgment in the selection of civil
The most expensive and least satisfactory Which was read, and the report of the tion to make an excursion: on Saturday Florida Transit Railroad, informed me that service commissioners. The vexed question .

', a' ,, 'Iil,{ A function of government is our present committee adopted.EXPENSIVE. through to Pensacola. Regular trains are his company only threw open their lands to settled
: I mode of legislation. No one familiar with to be put on then, and the time between purchasers about two weeks ago, and on being people are "asking : "What
the first day their sales amounted to $20- manner of men are these? They are not
Pensacola and Tallahassee will not exceed
;,': ,'J: the actual conduct of legislation can fail to LEGISLATORS.THE .
000. This in that far insure
was a participator fact to
company politicians a goes
:., : be struck with the inefficient and slip-shod 12 hours, so that in less than 24 hours one
/t. the Disston purchase and obtained some of confidence. described
public They are as
\ in which of can go from Pensacola to Jacksonville or the best tracts. The Disston syndicate is
J ,;r., manner measures legislation EXPENSES OF THE LEGISLATURE OF 1883. of who have had in
Fernandina, and the time between Jackson- styled the Florida Land Improvement Com- men ability, experience
are managed and the absolute necessity of The people will learn with dissatisfactionand
i:' Their lands public affairs. Mr. Dorman B. Eaton, is a
Orleans pany, run through a
ville and New will be reduced to
1 i t : reform: regret that the extravagant expenses of counties cost them 25 cents
t 1 or more, per lawyer and the most widely known member -
.o 8';' The State has just published, at a large the Legislature of 1881 has been equaled, if about 36 hours. The distance by sea from acre, and are now held at $1.25, at which of the triumvirate, having been actively

a' J ,; l i f expense, a digest of its laws, filling over one not surpassed by that of 1883. Fernandina to New Orleans is about 1,500 price large sales are being made. There was engaged for fifteen in behalf of civil
.. for a considerable dissatisfaction in the years
miles and
: would take five days by steam-
We bad that
I thousand pages. hoped the ma- State at the Governor's action in disposing service reform. He drew up the bill creatingthe

y At the present session of the Legislature jority in both Houses would have seriously ship. of so much valuable public land at such a civil service commission, lobbied it
i The completion of the Pensacola & At- low price, but this was measurably allayed
I nearly six hundred bills have been intro- endeavored to lessen the cost of legislation.The and commission
'I, lantic Railroad is one of the most important when it was found that the receipts for the through Congress, any
} I duced. These may be classified under the Governor has faithfully sought to reduce would have been without him.
in the Florida same had enabled him to wipe out the float- incomplete
events of and when
'. history ,
.,: l' ;': head of amendmentsof'lYenerallaws";, laws the burden of taxation, but the
? repre- ing indebtedness the State. It seems also He is a man of high character, good scholar-
:{. f: of local interest in reference to counties and sentatives of the people :vote themselves! General Gordon's road is completed to Key that considerable parts of the purchase are ship, and all the theoretical attainments for
: West one can ride, by rail, 800 miles contin- composed of worthless lands, and at one
I' .i' t towns ; laws of personal interest, changing compensation at the rate oHmore: than $1,000 the place. In personal he is tall,
in time the Disston syndicate came near throw- appearance
: : ;; adopting children, etc. and laws day for the actual days] they have been uously the State of Florida-almost as
i. names, per far from ing up the bargain. It is now believed, at gaunt, awkward, has large feet and hands,
York to
r ,, '1 ; establishing corporations for canals and railroads in session, besides.- ,the,..cost of printing, put as New:, Chicago. People the rate at which the lands are selling they and wears badly-fitting clothes of Quakercut.
::1 ': and amending the charters previously at $10,000'for the session. : will begin:to appreciate the.size of Florida will clear an immense profit. There is no He is thought to be comfortable finan-
when realize that from its southern that Florida
they to question presents a most prom-
:t! .J granted. The allowance often cents both for V* ** :
ways S4 y
i covers a' of ising field to persons of small or of large cially. Mr. John M. Gregory is a preacherof
western 800
t j Of absolutely new laws hardly any are in- mileage, is practically gratuity, as, in addi- its miles. ', extremity.,. ,. ,1 .. space means, but it is very foolish for any one to irreproachable character, who has lived

; ::1 I troduced. The Legislature votes its own tion to the per diem, nearly .every.member ,'. come here with the expectation of making a in Illinois, and is known
: 1 I Practically.WeSt Florida has,:been: cut off fortune in one year or five ,years. Money many years
w fJ: ::1/ pay, and at the present and previous session has railroad and steamboat asses in his pocket the West
but does not on trees in Florida throughout as a man prominentin
heretofore the East the grow more
: : i has fixed its pay at $6 per. day and mileage, ;; and even if he paid his} fare, .it would "of this from'road"'all" the", "interests by of completion the than it does elsewhere. Take the orange religious and educational; matters. LeroyD.

r ;f' H't which as all the members hold passes over not amount to more than oie-fourth of his culture for instance to which so many are Thoman is a lawyer 38 years old livingin

:." : 'xt H the railroads, will increase their pay on ana mileage. Take for instance the mileage of State will be,united. directing their attention. After a grove has 0. He has served in the
..' '" about Two of the railroad commissioners of 1854, commenced to bear it is all right for many Youngstown,
; !:: to $8 day. a member from Volusia, $80. The.
; average per
1 been of the Probate
by whom the of internal improve- years to come, but it is from five to ten Legislature a judge .
;' : ::l The cost of the Legislature is over $1,000 actual traveling expenses: to Tallahassee ment system and in 1854 years after the young trees are set out before Court in his native county and ran against
would not exceed $15 each and so with was projected reported they yield fruit in sufficient
per day. |vay; quantitiesto
McKinley for Congress. He was also voted
I'"J lIon. D. L. Y lee and Dr. A. 1. Baldwin
While it is a fact that riches come
'J Some is of members from other counties. pay.
legislation course, necessary,
for in the last
Democratic State conventionfor
l have now, at the end of thirty years, the not in a day, a man must be very worthlessand
but under our present system we pay a very of their scheme carried indolent who cannot make a subsistencein governor. Besides his legal business he

:: n,J.t; ; high price for a very inferior article. THE CAPITAL REMOVAL VOTED and pleasure the seeing trunk line completed' to out the, a land so bountifully blessed by God and is the editor of the Youngstown Vindicator,
:.1 Two think be DOWN. : great nature.-Correspondence Baltimore Sun. '
i i s things will we generally west and completed to the south. and a writer of decided ability.A .
t s : ''I } r Ce admitted-the Legislature is one-third larger The bill for submitting to the vote of the nearly I

.'. J '; than necessary, and sits twice as, long as people the question of the removal of the Should the charters granted: for the ship Puget Sound is considered one of the most New Jersey paper says :
? "'.! and barge canals be carried into practical effect remarkable bodies of water in the world. It In Pennsylvania there is trouble about the
\ -t
: We think reduction of .theirnumber I capital to Gainesville has been indefinitely
>t I necessary. a the anticipations of those who.projected
{ f is surrounded by.continous forests that reach public printing. There it is done under the
.'' 1- ;f to 24 Senators and 48 Members postponed by the Assembly No effort of this great enterprise. sixty years'ago will be back to the summits of the Cascade and contract system, and under that system so

; :., v, ,!I would be generally concurred in as giving a the kind is likely to be successful in the future carried out. There will then remain only Olympic ranges. The streams that comedown many frauds and abuses have grown up,and

d :J.: -; full, representation to our, peopie, which because the rivalship of the many the inland canals along'' the coast to connect from the mountains on every side the expenses{ have increased so rapidly and
the whole Atlantic coast by a safe inland
I have fertIle' valleys ; some of them are already enormously of late, that the Legislature on
t, .. t l would give one member of the Legislature prosperous' and aspiring towns in East and navigation. ,. The, vast future' of, Florida occupied and well cultivated. Puyal- Tuesday authorized the appointment of an

i : f I lo every 5,000 of the population. South Florida will render'itimp.robable that seems only justopemng, and the next gen- lup and White rivers and their affluents are investigating committee, and appropriatedthe

J I' The session of the Legislature should be any concert of action or agreement will be eration will see a,great'" State ,densely popu-, .well settled, but there is abundant room for sum of one thousand dollars for payingthe

J lated. ,settlers 'on' the Snoqnaline, Snohomish, thereof. The New York Legis-
restricted to thirty days. The actual' work reached. canal expenses
bill has
t The barge passed
Squak, Skagit, and Nootsack, as well as on lature, where the same system exists,recently -
of legislation is now done within that time The value of the location of the capital is houses almost unanimously. This will be a valley in Whatcom county, where Fraser's 1 took steps in the same direction. And

I 1 No bills should be introduced after the 'very much over-estimated; and, in fact, it good news to the people of Florida in gen- river once flowed. It was once believed this is the very system which our State Senate -

Vin: i I I /irst two weeks of the session. is a question whether it is not.a positive in- eral, and Nassau and other'counties in par- that the land around the Sound was worth voted on Tuesday to establish in this
less and that its forests stood rock with-
t .' No bills should be allowed to, be introduced jur With the net-work of railways soon on
t out soil ; but time has demonstrated that State.With
; ; 1'' when, there is a general law applicable to traverse every part of our State, the exact MAKING UP THE ISSUES. this is only true of a small extent of countrynear the exception of some timber work

"+ to the subject. location of the capital is of little importance.The But the great test issues remain yet the Sound, and that all the upland be- required in the construction of flumes and

No charter should be granted until a deposit building at Tallahassee is ample for the to be passetl upon ; these are the appropriation tween the streams, and extending to the bridges, the main work of the High Line
bill and the tax bill. It is given .out mountains, is rich, deep soil that will pro- Canal in Colorado, is finished for a distance
a of a certain amount to defray the cost I accommodation of the Legislature, Supreme that the appropriation bill is to give $75,000for duce anything that will grow in that cli- of seventy miles and 50,000 acres of land

;; ... legislation on the subject has been made. Court and public offices. the expenses of the present session:: of the mate. will be irrigated tbereby.a .

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Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
Regular communications of Amelia Lodge SPRING 1883. SPRING 1883.
No.47, F. & A. 1\[., for the year 1883: Tracts containing twenty acres each of -- 1.
choice,high hammock land on Orange Lake
January 22. July 16. suitable for orange growing and truck farmIng THE STEAMER
February 19. August 13. are now offered for sale. These landsare
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T. E.
March 19. September 10. very conveniently situated for transpor- .j c ?
April 16. October 15. tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on z' ,
May 21. November 12,. terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- .
June 18. December 10. tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Hfi) ( Corner of Centre and Third Streets. < j jQ

: December 27. large bodies. G. R. FAIREANKS, ,. ____
At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fraternally February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. o:
-ft (
invited to attend. '
C.H. BERG, Secretary. SPRING GOODS \
-. The property:known as Sanborn's Stores. leave Fernandina Savannah O oco -

Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its Apply for particulars to A. B. NOYES. WILL Wednesday, Friday and Sun- a t; .r
regular convocations on the Wednesday fol- 15.tf.Sheriff's day, at 5 p. m., arriving at the latter place
Fernandina, July j
lowingfcach regular; communication of Amelia the following morning. o
Lodge,at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- NOW IN STOCK AND '
Transient companions fraternally invitedto Sale. nandina tin Tuesday. Thursday and Satur- .
attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P. day, at 4 m. H :
W. A.JONES, Secretary. UNDER and by virtue of an execution g ARRIVING BY EVERY STEAMER _
in the Fourth Judicial Circuit in Fare to Savannah $ 6.00 '

and for Nassau County in a suit wherein To Savannah and Return, 10.00 .
Knights of Honor. Philip Goodbread, C. Rodgers, C. P. Maho- FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS. .
Weeapopka Lodge, No: 2535, K. of H., ney, William B. Hardee and C. W. Cone, Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia O-I ,
meets the first and third Tuesday nights In partners as Philip Goodbread & Company Boston, and Baltimore.For '
month, at 8 o'clock.G. are plaintiffs,and the Eureka Palmetto Palm tickets and stateronapply at the .
N. SAUSSY, Dictator.W. and Paper Company are defendants, I have Company's office, foot*,of Centre Street. -3SPECIAL OFFERING -
J. WOODWARD, Reporter. levied upon, and will sell at public auction J. At-'MERCIER, : _
in front of the Court-House in the city of ,General'Passenger Agent.J. ;a
:. Legion of Ito nor. Fernandina, on Monday, the second day of N.: HARRIMAN,.Manager. ,: .. .. H. .
April, pair of scales and three .. r : ,.. .
Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of one platform f. f9" ." :
H., meets the second and fourth Friday! bay the Eureka presses Palmetto levied upon Palm as and the Paper property Com-of' RIKART & DAUPHIN, .'. :J6 -NEWPRINTS- .
nights in every at 8 o'clock
panv. .
J. WOODWARD, Secretary.4KIr4G. b
Fernandina, Fla., March 2, 1883. ;; THIS "WIEIEIC.BUTTERICK'S .
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In Circuit Court, Nassau County.E. Foot of Centre Street., rie'ar Depot, CG .

E. S. 'WADDLEIQH" -, Administratrix of the .., FERNANDINA, FLA. PATTERNS. : .,
Estate of Winborn A. Sanborn, dec'd,
aOYA ;& Meals at all hours. Board by the O
versus Order from us and SAVE TIME, TROUBLE, and EXPENSE. The
week month.
GEORGE COOK and C. J.VAN NOSTRAND, Part- or 14 O Spring Fashion Catalogue will be ready for distribution about .
ners as COOK & VAN NOSTRAND. o
February 20th.
i wci Hr virtue of a final-decree issued by the
ROYAL : BY Hon. James M. Baker Judge of the 3 The large Metropolitan Book of Spring and Sum GOO _

1/l Yllti Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, I will HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS mer Fashions can be seen at our Store.O" I IJ
sell in front of the Court-House in the citv
of Fernandina,on the first Monday in April, O
being the second day of said month all the J cfc T. :K."YDD ,
right, title and interest of George Cook andC. :
We invite attention to our
.J. Van Nostrand, partners as Cook &Van your New York Office. S3 Walker Street, FERSAMtl.VA) FLORIDA. I GO '
Nostrand in the following described prop- I i
erty, to-wit: One forty-five horse power tubular Crockery 1 ,Glassware
i 1 J I boiler with all the fixtures; one up- SPRING 1883. SPRING 1883. .,
right engine and direct acting engine, with -'"..,
saw frame, two circular saws, carriage etc.; and offer our Goods in these lines as low as

one butting saw and frame; one edger saw; the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of F. W. MUMBY. J. N. C. STOCKTON. R. D. KNIGHT. ,
one hog car; ten slat cars-now used in a
certain saw mill operated by Cook & Van very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT.I a
Nostrand, at or near the 45 mile.post on the ,
Florida Transit Railroad, on Section 31, Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin IMPORTERS.The : t'

Township 2, South Range 24 East, in the Chamber Sets all colors Wooden-
; largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States.
County, Florida; together with all the belting -
shafting, pulleys and steam pump, and Ware of all kinds; and Housekeeping CROCKERY CHINA AND GLASSWARE.Lamps
all the machinery used in and about said Utensils generally. ,
saw mill. Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods,Wood and
{ POWDER PETER CONE. FRED W. IIOYT & CO. Willow-Ware, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc.JSJSOLE .
! Sheriff Nassau County, Florida. STATE AGENTS FOR THE MONITOR OIL STOVES. !
Fernandina, Fla., March 1, U 83.
Dinner Sets, $15 to$75; Tea Sets, $4 to$35; Chamber Sets, $3 25 to $25; Parlor Lamps ,
n Absolutely Pure. NEW HOUSE OPEN. $125 to$15; Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $150 to $8. Table Cutlery, Plated
Ware, Tea Trays,Coffee Urns, Pots,etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels, --m
;; POWDER never varies. A marvel Professional and Business Cards Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY, STOCKTON & KNIGHT,
I THIS purity strength and wholesomeness. TOURIST HOTEL, 48 No. 13 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :. xB

More economical than the ordinary kinds, FERNANDINA, FLA., AVERY
,1 and cannot be sold in competition with the G ,
', multitude of low test,short weight, alum or is now open to the public. New and neatly Of the Profile 'I&Suse,.White Moun . HUBBARD & CO. "
: phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. furnished, located in the most delightfulpart tains. and New York and Boston, ,
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., of the island. Large and sunny rooms.A JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
38 106 Wall Street, New York.jarTIIE good home for parties wishing to.stop a BARBER AND FRISEUR, .
few weeks or months in the South. AT EGMONT HOTEL. T HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

Terms-$2 per day.; $8 to$10 per week. Hardware, Stoves, Doors; Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils.
i ,yo W. CLAY, Manager.The Gentlemen's Hair-Cutting a specialty.

,} HairCutting and Shampooing done for. $SF PUMPS, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, SUGAR MILLS, RUBBER AND LEATHER

i STORE.-tom on the finest beach in the world, will be Ladies waited upon at their residences. 4 '& POWDER, BARBED FENCE WIRE. 42-tjanl
open every fine day for the accommodationof
beach parties, under the same manage- LOUIS A. C. LANGE,

, :B \ W. F. WOOD, Jr., } SC ment. 10IMPORTANT River and Ocean Steamboats. '
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> { Proprietor } EO !
Foot of Centre Street, MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !


Furniture repaired in the best manner. .
''T a: TAXES IN 1863, 1864, AND 1865. .Hair Mattresses made to order at short

s CORRESPONDENCE is invited by the notice. J' 36 FLORIDA AND NEW YORK." s

s S persons(or their JAMES McGIFFIN .
legal representatives) who, at the time such ,
1 AND sales of real estate were made, were the orig- AND BUILDER, -_ .-
'Ib; 61 Sr inal owners thereof. In most instances these CONTRACTOR

sales realized more than the tax upon them' Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
and the surplus so realized amounted to -
a: nearly $20O.OOO. Efforts are being made FERNANDINA, FLA.
I to have this large sum returned to the original _
Orders and estimates from a distance care-
of the from
owners property which it
: C> C) was received, and those interested should fully attended to. 25-tf _

take action at once if they desire to recover -
C> {j Fernandina, } EJ the balance due them!. Business in- W. K. RAUKNIGIIT, =- -_ = 4i2
trusted to the undersigned will be promptlyand AGENT, # ; ., .
satisfactorily attended to. Reference-
:::a {j Cor. Centre & Third. } SptTIIE Citizens' National Bank, Washington D. C. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AddressGEORGE _D ANDDealer '

NEW STORE.- Lock Box 325, WASHINGTON, D.C. in Ice _

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'- '. ; -THE' FINE STEAMSHIPS- : s
USE 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA.1YMsB ... ., .
', '.' "!j :-bXTV 01. SAN ANTONIO .. ., 1,080 TONS.. ... .. .
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FERNANDINA, FLA. I ?:'. '.1_
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'Hay, Corn, oiit'so. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. .. ,

S. OAKES, It.., ;


DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- I

"' : sonville, Cedar Key;.and Peninsular Railroad. .. .
ECONOMICAL, HEALTHFUL, EFFICIENT, AND RELIABLE.. Post Office Box. .174.. This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New .
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. .

.Use One Teaspoonful to One Quart of Well=Sifted'. Flour. Books and Statibrdery.HORACE I The.traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
;. ;. .DREW. . ,I connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA, & JACKSONVILLE RAIL- ;
-'J r '. .. "ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the 8T .-
:Printer and Binder. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the-
j. for LAKE WEIR. ,


?' OR SAME:: BIT Liberal discounts to Teachers and For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to : # j

Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, : .r; E

.A. :NG ::EL.: c C .]E'RIEND: : : application. FER3TANDINA .FLORIDA*.' ::*
/ 59 W. BAY STREET, ': C. H. MALLORY & CO., -*.{,:'i '.

Sole Agents for Fernandina ,Florida. 'JACKSONVILLE; FLA. Pier 20 East River,New York. '-. 51-.; r*s r.
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p ,; PECAN CULTURE. Nice little tea-cakes, to be baked in muffin GENERAL DIRECTORY. -
''p rings, are' made of one of two I BAKER COUNTY. Assesstor of lores-Thomas Barco, Cotton
: 'i, f For the benefit of the pecan-growing portion cup sugar, P .
of our readers, we produce the follow- eggs, one cup and a half! of milk, one heaping United States Officers.LAND County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. lUlXtCollccor
fl j ing from the Pascagoula Denwcrat-Star: teaspoonful of baking powder, a piece of Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Ocala. of Rercnve-Frederick: N. Foy'
OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon Sanderson.
butter the size of an egg and flour enoughto ,
1 HICKORY GRAFTING. Register L. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova San Superintendent of Schools-II. C.
make a stiff batter. In this batter stir a >A'.".Barnes, Gainesville. Martin
1 Small farmers of Jackson county Miss., pint bowlful of fruit-currants are nice; Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. demon Fort :McCoy. '

4, made inquiry of the Mobile Registers agricultural fresh berries in their season,and even canned Su.neYlJrenerllIalaclli. Martin, Talla- Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY.:

associate editor about grafting the ones, with the juice drained off. Serve while hassee. Sandirson. County Judge-Chas. :S. Baron, Key West
r : pecan, and got the satisfaction the boy did warm and they are a dainty addition to the DISTRICT-COURT. Superintendent of Scfiools-A. J. W. Cobb, C7er-Peter T. Knight Key ""est.

'1 ; who went to the goat's l house for wood. As tea-table. Judg.Thomas Settle, 'Jacksonville. Olustee. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Kev West,
'"aG the season for grafting the pecan is at band, BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor Taxes
Jlarslul1-J.lI. of -V/alter C.
Emerson called the perfect plum the fruit Durkee, Jacksonville. Maloney Jr
r I and there is curiosity interest manifested ,
some or of paradise," and if one. must eat pie at all, (''lerlPhilipYalter: Jacksonville. County Judge-J* R. Richard, Providence. Key West.
:W on the subject, I give ray experience, let it be a plum pie. Remove the. pits, and Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Walter C. Maloney
having trees from eight to twenty-five feet INTERNAL REVENUE.Collector : '
She-riff-W.. Tumblin Starke. Key
unless the is ,
c R; ;high grafted on the hickory. As a rule,the juice thick with sugar make it i! -Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville.:
: so, adding a very little flour well mixed in, Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright Lake Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris Key
4: Carya family, which includes the pecan and
1 so that not one lump is left. The crust fora I COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.. Butler. \V CS v.
;; black walnut, are not as to graft by
easy plum pie should be delicate without being John \V. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.
1i; common methods as the pear or apple, at
Santa .
; least above ground; but one,of my largest, rich ; this can be accomplished by working Edward Hopkins, Jacksonville. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-
now eight years old, I so grafted some two. the shortening into the flour deliberatelywith John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.

,'c feet and a half upon a hickory stem a couple the hands. Bake with two crusts.A Joseph Hirst Cedar Key. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.

i "d of inches in diameter. Its:: circumference light and toothsome cream cake is madeof BREVARD COUNTY.: Sheriff Peter Cone Fernandina.

r. is ,now twenty-three inches, and the con- four cups of; sifted flour, three cups of State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina.Assessor of Tores Wm. H. Garland, Fer

; trast between the smooth, whitish hickory sugar, 'one cup of English currants and a Point.
: it stock and the rough brown bark of the pecan small teaspoonful of soda. This makes a EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Ret.'enue'v arren F. Scott, Fer-

i('. ;t :it growing on it strikes the attention of large loaf, and requires an hour and ahalfto GOt'ernor-\Vm. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. .Moses, Georgian nandina.

.+c ..w? everyone who sees it. But this is the only bake. It is'a good plan to line the entire Lieutenant-Gvcernor W. Bethel na. Superintendent of Schools W. A. Mahoney.
1 : one of several so grafted that took, though I tin with paper, so that the cake can be lifted Key West Collector of Revenue-A, D. Johnston. Or Callahan. JPW.
t. : must say the work was done in a very care- out without breaking.A Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- lando, Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE COUNTY.

.',; less manner. :My other trees were all grafted little magnesia and water will sometimes lahassee of Schools-A. Grady, La County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.

.; at the ground, in which way success:: is correct the acidity of a child's stomach Comptroller-\V. D.: Barn esTallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.

M.: t easy. On one stock about four inches in and render unnecessary any stronger medi 7easurer-Ilenry A. L'EngleTallahassee. CLAY COUNT: .. "'.- Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.
'I:'" diameter I inserted two years ago three cine. Powder a teaspoonful of the magnesia, Atwrney-G neral-George P. Raney, Talla- County y Judge-J. T. Copeland., Orange Assessor of Taxes-James> M. Owens Fort

w '! ',;;4,: scions, all of which took, and are now from and put it in half a glass of water ; it will hassee. Park. Reid, :Fla.Collector.
,l.c t! seven to nine feet high. These three I have not dissolve, of course, but will mix with Commissioner of Lands--P. W. White. Clerk-O. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Richard H. :Marks,
,' f' tied together about five feet from the ground the water so that an infant can swallow it. Tallahassee. Springs. Sanford.

': ; '}"j in hopes to cause them to unite in one Give a teaspoonful of this three times a day Superintendent of Public Instruction K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John. Beeks.

", : ,;,., trunk a species ofinarchin until indications warrant you in discontinuing Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid.
:!i1 J :' f:1: To sum up as to the best method, saw the it. Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY.

,'", f;;.'I stock level with the ground ; if not over an For the sake of variety try this for break BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Relenue-'Vm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
inch thick with chisel the Commissioner-A. A. Robinson Tallahassee. Max ville.
split a ; removing fast Clerk-W. F. Forward Palatka.
: Buy some nice with little ,
.tv'' chisel insert less wide than the pork chops, .
a wedge fat about them ; fry them a delicate brown, Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Sheriff-Thomas Shall)'.
stock and push down at the edges one or and hot tomato them. Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
rt ; two scions cut wedge shape, taking care that pour sauce over Special Agent-Columbus Drew Astor
COLUMBIA of Revenue
Make COUNTY. Joseph
a gravv, using a little of the fat fried ;
.y.. the bark of stock and scion fit well remove Building, Jacksonville.
; out of the pork send to the table with County W. M. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
; r I the wedge, and the wood of the stock ; SUPREME Judge- Ives, Jr., Lake City., Strickland.
'. closing will hold the scions firmly. A little baked potatoes, warm corn bread and coffee.A Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
t'. earth drawn around the stock and scions, so teaspoonful of borax put in the last Chief Justice--E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff 3. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.

," as to cover the latter nearly to the highest water in which clothes are rinsed will whiten Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes L. W. Rivers, Lake City. County Judge W. H. Parker, Perry.

bud, of which each !scion !should have three them surprisingly. Pound the borax so it see.Associate Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Shm"ff-Thomas Osteen, Perry.
",' or four, will be all the protection needed. will dissolve easily. This is especially goodto Justice. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.

,; ; February is a good time for thus grafting, remove the yellow that time gives to Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.
;, R I and if the scions are cut early and kept in white garments that have been laid aside Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.

r 'iv, sand, the grafting can be done as late as the for two or three years.EARLY CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- County Treasurer-Dl. S. Sutton, Perry.

r middle of March. From some experimentsof --------- First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- sonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
mine, I suggest the black walnut as a PULLETS. sacola. I Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee Perry
I very suitable stock and very easy to graft Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- i Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-S. II. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
k on. J. J. D. Those who desire to have eggs in winter, Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson JOHN'S COUNTY.

and plenty of them, should save the earliest see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville. County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus
( HOUSEHOLD IIINTS. hatched pullets, no matter what the breed. Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Ret'enue-l\Ioses J. Brown, tine.
;', ij" Those hatched as early as March usually Jacksonville.
Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St.
'; : FRENCH BREAKFAST ROLLS.-One pint oft begin laying about the middle September, ville.Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus Sheriff Ramon Hernandez,, St.Augustine.Augustine

:: \ sweet milk heated almost to the boiling provided they are well cared for. Pullets ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St.

: I point, half a cup of butter, a third of a cup have been known to begin laying before Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.

..:. : of sugar, one cup of yeast. Let the milk they were five months old, and to lay continuously Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
r ;;: cool so that it will not scald the yeast, and for months without losing more Jasper. St. Augustine.
" ,-J, ; than a day at a time. But to do this Clet'k-J. Caldwell, Jasper.
< they
\ i : yet will be more than lukewarm. Stir the Superintendent of School C. F.
Sheriff James :M. Duncan Perpall,
,,\ c', yeast and sugar in it, and with! the flour must have good attention-their food consisting Court Calendar.FIRST Jasper. St. Augustine.
of corn, either whole or ground into Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum.
\ \ "" make a light sponge. When it has risen for CIRCUIT. Collector SUMTER COUNTY.
meal, but accompanied with a little screenings Fall Term- of Revenue W. H. H. McLeod,
I : the first time knead the butter into it, let i it
,.''.'t : t. rise again, and then cut it in strips and roll oats, buckwheat, shi stuff' boiled po- Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Columbia County.Superintendent Clerk-Thomas County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg,
: r in proper shapes, or cut it in round cakes tatoes, scraps from the table, and, in summer Walton, 4th Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob J. Ivey, Leesburg.

.. .t ana butter one-half of the top and doublethe time, grass to range on at will, with Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday erts, Ancrum. Sheriff Assessor J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
:,. cake over. If started the night! before clean water allowed them as often as they in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster.

\ ,' and allowed to rise the last time an hour want it. A part of the attention, too, is to Washington' 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville.Collector of Re-I.'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton,
before breakfast, the time will be sufficient make pets of the flock, and never scaring in October. ville.
5 ; to insure delicious rolls. The oven shouldbe them, nor allowing others to do so. Early Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville.Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,

;, r .R. hot, and from fifteen to twenty minutes pullets of the preceding year will generallygo October. Sheriff J. B. :Mickler, Brooksville.
? will serve to bake them. to setting in February or March, and i if Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
allowed to raise chicks, the pullets from Couufy JiuTyy M. M. Blackburn Live
CORN-MEAL GRIDDLE C.oKES.To two-t hirds This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- ville. ,
these will lay early also, and if similarly ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Ret'enue-F. M. Townsend Oak.
e of sifted meal allow une-third of wheat flour, ,
cared for will furnish Clerk Robert A.
plenty of late fall and Spring Term. Brooksville. Reid, Live Oak.
,; with milk sweetened with sodato '
enough sour winter eggs. No pullet, unless an extra Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher 'I
make batter about thick
a as as for ,
good layer should be two Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions
I kept over or at Spring Term- Fort Dade. Wei-
; fritters. These cakes should be left on the born.
most three winters
being careful to weed
r few minutes than if of Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in
griddle a longer HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector
those that Ret'rnue-Robert
out are indifferent in this respect April. of F. Allison,
., buckwheat or wheat flour alone. Be sure as soon as possible, it always paying best to Madison, 2d Monday in County Judge-II. L. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak.
.'; t to add a good pinch of salt and a little sugarto keep the best. As large an income for the Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones
s s give a light brown color. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft Live Oak.
capital invested can be made by keeping a Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.
r I I The plaid flannels, which are offered at few good hens as from any other stock on in April.Columbia. Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

i L 1 surprisingly low prices at this season of the the farm, besides the greater pleasure.f 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-W. F. Buns, Tampa. County Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter-
M, + year, make desirable covers for comforters. tending them. But we would again impress in April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. HendersonTampa. prise.

,, ,', "fl. They are so firm that they do not need to betack'ed the idea that success depends more on care Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday I Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
1 t very closely and can be easily ripped and attention than on the purity of blood or in April. JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.

apart and washed when it is necessary. Al any fancied superiority of any particular Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-

though one would prefer to be engaged in breed. Apropos to the above, we may here Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.
r ; 1 sewing on muslin and summer garments, it i call attention to the value of skim milk for October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De-

is nevertheless true that it is a good time hens, as represented by a recent correspondent Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, I Land.

now to consider th3 needs of another winter. of the Farmers' Home Journal, who, after Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. I Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

,, ',, A cocoanut pudding, to be eaten cold, is a stating that the Quarters for his hens were Suwannee, 1st'Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise.
desirable dish, as it may be made and be out not very favorably situated in regard to in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.

t of the way while the heavy dishes of the warmth or southern exposure and, there- Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer Mon County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfor viUe.
dinner engage the cook's attention. Takea fore, does not look to warm quarters as having October. ticello. Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

t medium-sized cocoanut, grate it, grate also anything to do with the prolificnesa: of Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
1''' six milk crackers, place a layer of the crackers his hens-goes on to say that his early pullets in October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,

?, c ,. in the bottom of a well-buttered pudding began laying about the middle of Sep FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. : Crawfordville.

dish ; then a' layer of cocoanut, and so on tember, and have been at it ever since, to Spring Terms County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw-
until the dish is full beat the astonishment as well as of hi
six fordville.
'r ; now eggsuntil envy St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New.Troy.
: G i they are light, the whites and yolks neighbors. Not one particle of meat or Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. Collector of RetentleYo H. Walker,Crawford -
together; add a quart of ,sweet milk and scraps has he given them, and nothing in Bradford Superintendent of New ville.
1st in Schools-J.C.Ramsey
tr c .". sugar to your taste ; stir well together, and the shape of vegetables except a few boiled Baker, 2d, Tuesday Tuesday in April.April. Troy. Assessor of TaxeS-C. R. Reynolds, Craw-
c'' the crackers and potatoes about once a week. He allows ford .
:: ) pour over cocoanut until i it Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
-;; ; Fr is all absorbed ; sift sugar on the top andbake them, however, an abundance of grain of Duval 1st in Troy.
Tuesday May.
t; 1, for an hour. See that the top is nicely various kinds-ground as well as unground, Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.
t browned before taking from the oven. but never cooked-as well as access to plenty St. John's Troy.
2d in
Tuesday September. --
j of broken shells all
at times. But
M i Oyster croquettes are delicious for supper, have also they Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley, New Troy. P. STREETY,
.daily a pail'of skim-milk, to
I' and it is not, much trouble to make them. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October.
Chop the oysters and measure them in a, which they can help' themselves when they Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
want; and it is to this, more than anythingelse County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
bowl then
measure an equal of Nassau
; quantity 3d Tuesday in October.
potatoes that have been boiled and mashe f./lerk-U.
very fine ; add as inu\h butter as you like, A. Bryan1'allanassee.Superintendent .
and pepper and salt also to suit your taste; CIRCUIT. of Schools-Henry N.Felkel,
moisten with a little cream ; then make this THE DATE AND PRUNE. Spring Term- Tallahassee.

in rolls or in cakes ; dip in egg and fine Among the fruit trees which might be Smute, 3d :Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
:, '. cracker crumbs and fry in lard. It is.necessary successfully grown in this section is the date Marion, 4th Monday in March.- Collector of Rez.'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-
'. to have plenty of lard in the kettle palm, one of the most enduring and fruitfulof Putnam, 3d". Tuesday, after 4th Monday in
Taxes-G. A.
of Croome
March. Assessor Tallahassee.
almost as much as for fried. cakes. ; serve, trees. It may become as common and as -
not. fruitful in Southern California as in its na- Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in
Here is something for dessert which never tive Sahara, if only our fruit growers will 1 .
fails to please the younger members of the i give attention to its planting and culture. March.Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; t j p.

9 '1. family : Make a Batter as if for waffles; to Among other trees whose introduction and Fall Term- Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.
,t, r one pint of milk allow two eggs and enough cultivation should awaken more interest is Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.
'' flour to thicken ; one teaspoonful of baking that of the prune. Experiments with this Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
I powder should be stirred into the flour. tree have been most successfully made in Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar

Fill a sufficient number teacups with this different parts of the State, and in size and Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Key.
and fruit in layers. Then set the in the deliciousness of flavor the fruit produced in Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-

h 4J steamer, and let the water boil underneath cups ,California far exceeds that of the imported November.Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.

+ it for a full hour. Serve while hot with varieties. The Hungarian variety preferred MADISON COUNTY.

f sugar and cream. Any jam is nice for this, by some, and is doubtless as fine as could SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon Madi- TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
or raw apples chopped fine. be obtained. The demand in San Franciscofor Spring Term- son. ROOFING AND GUTTERING,

; An old-fashioned looking-glass, with a California prunes already exceeds the Orange Volusia, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
3d in
frame of brown wood the supply. When cured this fruit may be Monday February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison
was improved A
large stock of Stoves hand. Give
r shipped to all parts of the world,and like the Brevard Monday: in March. on mea
t 1i 1-r other day by an ingenious one covering it in date it js among the most! wholesome of Dade, 3d :Monday in April. Superintendent of School.s-E. S. Tyner, call, and compare my prices with those of
this way. She Madison.
: bought tarle
pale yellow fruits. We have those who Fall Term- other houses, here or elsewhere.G. .
tan sufficient length to allow-it to be fast- seen care County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison.
ened to the top of the mirror and then to ing:for the imported prune, enjo ing with Orange, 2d :Monday in August. Collector of Revenue M. H. Warring Mad-
hang at each side of it in graceful folds the all the zest of an epicure the delicious flavorof Volusia, 2d Monday in September. F. AVERY,
t ; those in the soil of Southern Brevard.4th Monday in September.Dade ison.Assessor
: ends were crossed at the bottom and fastened of Taxes-B.-D. Wadsworth, Mad
:t,4 with a loose knot, and behold the unsightly fornia. Itis to be hoped that orchardists: 2d Monday in November. ison. ft
will give more attention to the cultivationof .
> + frame was hidden, and the appearance of MANATEE COUNTY.
tti e. 41 this article of furniture much these fruits, and that they will yet be Officers.
necessary was
improved. found in great abundance among the supplies County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. L
of the tropical .semi-tropical fruitsof ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.
.El When baking a fish that is not oily, it is this section.-Los Angelas Times. County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. I CARRIAGES AND WAGONSTo
an addition to the goodness of the dinner to I ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown and from Steamers and Trains.
bake potatoes in the pan with it. Peel the Clerk J. Gainesville.SheriffJohn Collector Revenue I
A. Carlisle, of Clarion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING ETC.
and cut them in ,
potatoes thick slices and AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash.
serve them on the platter with the fish.Th'e to sell "Nassau Fibre" and Assessor FOR SALE :
of axes-George ,V. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
gravy that accompanies the fish shouldin Upholstered Nassau Beds." Here is a Hawthorne. Pine Level. HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS,

this case be sent to the table in the gravy- good business for a live man. Exclusive Collector of Revenue -H.C. Denton Gaines- MARION COUNTY. CARTS AND WAGONS.
: W, boat, and not be poured over the fish. The< territory. Liberal commission. ville. "* TERMS
potatoes, if perfectly cooked, will be brown Address EDWIN S. LOOMIS County Judge Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. CASH.-3$.
and crisp and excellent. Fernandina Fla. Superintendent of Schools' W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ?*Office and Stable-First Street, near
Gainesville. Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf



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A PINK 1NSTIT(1T1" resembling a-dense tropical jnnsK Drugs and Medicines.DR. miME CARD
The palmettos attain great height here I JL OF THE.
and are verst..aight.. There but little J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER.
\ wood about these trees on the outside FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR
\ while the inside is soft and although it can- PALMER BRO'S
wI \ not be utilized for lumber the tree is used a RAILROADAND

'I / \\ great deal for docks, forming good posts not 1
/ easily rotted or affected by"weather. After S

,I I crossing the swamp marshes on trestles the PHARMACISTS FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
j r
l ..I 1 train rolls in at the Cedar Key depot, and .
"I i Jj II ) ?I II III I 1 11 1V the plaintive cries of the inevitable hotel -- II lit -

1 1. !ii I, r I l I II 11.. t II S \. 4 drummers are heard, but they are kept in In Effect January 7th,' 1883. -
check by a tightly stretched rope and
NI I '1 guarded "by a policeman, who must surelyby I I Centre Street, near Depot, S
u! I I II r 1 I I' ,1 the of of
I 1 I this time know names some the
? /, I hotels of this place. Cedar Key has not avery FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. GOING SODTlt. i

good reputation for good hotels, so we Leave Fernandina...................._. 8.00 a.m.
go io the one which believes in advertising Leave Hart's Road.......,............._ 8.42 a.m.
II in the daily papers, and find it to be the best @ABSOLUTELY PURE@ Leave Callahan........................... 9.48 a.nt.:
I I M a'I', 1 I Id Ili Ala, r.... INt hotel here, and very appropriately named Leave. Dutton....................... ....10.15 a.m.
l I1 + I'I I 1 'I 11 I ,.,nr' tiYt': the Suwanee. There are very few who DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED Leave Brandy Branch ................10.30 a.m. ,,r
I VIII I II I I, I I I r III !III, Ihi, I r spend the winter at this point, but make it Leave. Baldwin...........................11.05 a.m.
4 "! IIIIIII I'' h, .flNl 1HN I I 11 I I II II a stopping place until the arrival of the Leave Maxville.........................11.32 a.m. ,'
i'' I I ,I S ml/x/ I,lnql, I I, steamers which convey them to their des- DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Leave Highland.......:.................11.55 a.m.
h I,P ;; I 11, / ?I l+, tI.I IIiIhl. tination. In consequence of this heavy Leave Lawtey ....................._.....12.15 p.m.
I PIi //I I II l P I Ili, I ,rf P I I I '4 it travel south the Transit road and the hotels Leave Ten1 pie's.................. .......12.30 p.m.
I l Standard
I I ] I, II1li, u. rL are doing a rushing business.It Patent Medicines, Arrive Starke........... .................12.34 p.m. ,
d 1 S 1j is but eighteen miles to the Suwanee Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m. ,t" .
ti'I' I ''I + ( I IJ P i IS I i I, river. A new steamer runs from the Keys | Leave Thurston .......................... 1.06 p.m. S
I I, for quite distance up this renowned stream, -I Fanc, TOILET Articles, |- Arrive Waldo............................. 1.30 p.m.
I ,I I"p';F I, 'II m I 1. whose banks form splendid scenery. Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.m.
'I lrl yN r The Morgan Line of steamers run from Leave Gainesville........................ '2.27 p.m..
I lN ? "I hl ..,., I here to New Orleans Key West and Ha- PERFUMERY Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m ry
lu I I cu vana ; the Tampa Steamship Company to Leave Batton............................. 2". p.m. "
M y I :i ..I 1 1i a i I Tampa, and in addition to these regular LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc. Leave Archer............................. 3.15 p.m. ; t
t'I i ? ,IlHUI g{I Iyl h hi r f + ''I I d I,d boats there are a number of schooners plying Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50p.m. .
I n, p'I' I'I' I Il I I a between here and various points on. the # ? Especial and careful attention paidto Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.27 p.m. ;'
I II Il, I I II I I I I.111P I.I I.g I. Gulf. The population of Cedar Key is said Leave Rosewood...... ................._ 5.02 p.nl. r ,,..
p V I I tl i I b I i I H+, H.I., to be from 2.000 to 2,500, and is situated on Physicians' Prescriptions, by I Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.35 p.m. '
I q; II I d: one of the small islands or keys of which an experienced Druggist.
Ili _
there is number the GOING NOKTH. ,
quite a on bay Gulf

coast. A stroll through the place, after J MR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.25 a.m.
leaving the main street shows this to be a over the store and will respond to all calls Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05 a.m.
very queerly built city, little or no regularity, Leave Otter Creek....................... 8.40 a.m.
while the houses shanties and mills are ar- at night. 51 Leave Bronson................. ........... 9.22 a.m. :
ranged here and there, without regard to Leave Archer............................. 9.52 a.m.
taste. A number of the business houses, ESTABLISHED 1875. Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m. ,
_= hotels, etc., are composed of stuccoed wood Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m.
tabbie. Some are built solid while the Leave Gainesville................:.....10.50 a.m.
-_ -- -- _r- =-= = others have a frame work of wood with this Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m.
--- material (lime, sand and shells), cementedon = DRUGS = Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m.
THE WARNER OBSERVATORY ROCHESTER; N. Y. the outside, and as it hardens it makes avery AND Leave Thurston.........................12.24 p.m.
The increased interest in the study of I lovely beach, which though of sand, is very durable dwelling. The streets are of Arrive Starke............................12.38 p.m. a
astronomy that has taken place within the hard and as smooth as a floor. sand, while the sidewalks are mostly of MEDICINESHORSEY -- Leave Starke............................... LOO-p.m. ;
past few years is si m ply won erful. Formerly As Fort Clinch is neared the system of shells. On the key opposite the city is a Leave Temple's.......................... 1.09p.m. S
only professional astronomers studied thehl'avens I jetties runs far out, and beyond that, can be large saw-mill and Faber's pencil works Leave Lawtey ............................ 1.33p.m. ,
; now telescopes l of every size and I seen the boilers of a wrecked steamer protruding while there are other mills in the city, and Leave Highland .......................... 1.55 p.m.
description may be seen pointing from the I above the water. Jetties were also the Eagle Pencil Company's mill. The ma- Leave Maxville........................... 2.19 p.m. '
roofs of houses and private observatories. I built near the fort to keep it from washing terial used in these pencil mills is the red & CO. Arrive Baldwin......... .................. 2.43 p.m
As "consequence more discoveries have away. Fort Clinch (constructed sometime cedar found several miles back und it is an Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.53p.m.
been made during the period specified than i before the late war) is built of brick is in a interesting process to watch the transformation Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m.
ever before in the same length of time. This commanding position, and from its parapets from a large cedar log into lead pencilor Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35 p.m.
result is due to several causes as will be I 1 huge cannons are seen mounted, facing the penholder wood. These mills do not 1.PHARMACISTS I 1= Leave Callahan.......................... 4.25p.m.
shown hereafter. Among the number of harbor. No fighting was done at this fort. finish the work, but ship immense quantities Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15 p.m. rt
discoveries made by independent workers, I From here it is but a short distance to the of slabs to the New York mills, where I Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m.
may be noted the following: Mr. Burnham I saw-dust road, and two-mile drive through the finishing touches are given to that very Centre Street, I Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR x
of Chicago, with only a six-inch telescope, I i Old Town (the residence of the pilots), and common but almost indispensable article I
has discovered over one thousand double !I through a cemetery thickly set with cedars the lead pencil. Adjoining the Eagle Millsis FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, MiI
stars wholly new to science. Mr. Barnard, i very irregularly laid off, (with no fence sur- a large shell mound, which, unlike some
of Nashville. Tenn.. with five-inch instrument rounding it), and we arc in the city. There of these mounds, is composed of quite a KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
has discovered two comets, both within 1: is a good harbor at this place, both wide and variety of other shells in addition to the of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN DIVISION. I ,
the past year. Prof. Schaeberle, of Ann ;, deep, admitting large vessels, thus placing oyster. On the top of this high mound are and DOMESTIC '
Arbor; Mr. Brooks, of Phelps N. Y.. and ', Fernandina in direct communication with shade trees and seats, while from here a GOING SOUTH.
Mr. Wells, of Albany, have all made come- New York. The Mallory line runs good view of the bay, islands, light house
tary discoveries of an nature. steamer from New York is and the Gulf a mile out, can be obtained. Drugs alld Chemicals, Leave Waldo Junction................. 1.40 p.m. '
important there
Professor Swift, of Rochester has discoveredtwo j i line of boats weekly to;Savannah while the shipping a Another good view of the city and islandscan Leave Dixie........................ ......... 2.02 p.m.
intra-mercurial planets, several new I| interests here ( attract be obtained from the Suwanee House. Homeopathic and Patent Medicines, Leave Hawthorne ................. ..._ 2.20 p.m. ,
nebula;, and seven comets for which he has 1:I a large number principallylumber of schooners: some,) The lover of shells can here find much to Leave oc Iloosa.......................... 2.38 p.m.
been awarded three German medals and the 1! from foreign ports. Opposite the city, in interest him, and for one piscatorially inclined Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Leave Orange Lake...................... 3.04 p.m.
Leave Anthony Place.......... ...... '""
the offer 3.31
LeI ande prize of the French Academy of Georgia is that quaint old place. St. :Marys, fishing grounds many attrac- p.m.
Sciences. Professor Hall of Washington, is II and it is a sail of eight miles to Cumberland tions. I saw one patient colored fisherman FINE TOILET ARTICLES Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00 p.m.'I y,
the discoverer of both of the moons of Mars, Island the old seat of General Nathaniel pull out seven or eight good-sized fish in a Leave Ocala................................. 4.30 p.m. i'.
and Professor Bond of the eighth satellite I Greene, the burying place of General Lee, short time near the railroad dock ; but the PERFUMERY SOAPS ETC. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m. "
and transparent ring of Saturn. I and withal a place of interest to tourists. fisheries are from one to two miles and Arrive Wild wood........................ 5.45 p.m. '

Of course many line private observatorieshave I The ruins of Dungeness have been removed farther. In addition to their heavy shipments IN GREAT VARIETY. GOING NORTH.
been erected recently in various partsof I by the present owner of the estate (a wealthy of early vegetables to Northern mar- y
America, among the number being Professor r gentleman of Pittsburgh). who intends kets, the Transit Road handles tons of fish! Leave Wild wood........... .............. 7.00a.m.
Draper's at Hastings, N. T. ; Professor erecting a handsome residence. The Eg- oysters cotton seed, oranges, sea turtles Physicians' Prescriptions Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35 a.m. t
Morison's at Glasgow, Mo., and Professor I, mont Hotel is one of the attractions of Fer venison pine lumber and cedar wood. The carefully compounded with pure Leave Ocala................................. 9.00a.m.
Rutherford's, New York. By far the finest nandina, not only as a well-regulated hotel, principal fish caught and packed here are Drugs, at reasonable prices. Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18 a.m. I
private institution of the kind in the world, II but for its complete appointments.. Kit- mullets bass trout., red fish and a few drum. -- Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.46a.m.
however, is theVarner Observatory litRor.hester I telle, the proprietor runs a steam-yacht to I In the summer season the large sea turtles Railroads. Leave Orange Lake .....................10.13a.m. ,
N. Y. This instrument is more : Cumberland Island for guests, and opposite i !are captured simply by turning them over Leave Loehloosa.................... ..._10.-SO- -n.--m--. ..'
than twenty-two feet in length, is composedof the hotel he has fitted up a neat little park I brought in and put in "crawls" to await CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Hawthorne.......................10.57 a.m. .t
sheet steel and hrass, is driven by clock : with fountains and seats, and shaded by orange shipment to Northern cities to be served up FLORIDA COMPANY.JACKsoNvILLE Leave Dixie................................11.15 a.m.
work to exactly equal the earth's axial motion I and palmetto trees. to free-lunch fiends. I was told of one too -- Arrive Waldo Junction..... ...........11.3. a.m.
and mounted in the most modern and ; From the roof of the Egmont a good view large for shipment in a box-car, and weighing June 25, 1882. Trains daily, except Sunday. ;
improved style. It. is capable of magnifying I of the city bay and surrounding country 1.000 pounds. Although; there are good Commencing this date, trains on this
2,500 diameters, thus bringing the moon I can be obtained, and on a clear day the sunset shippiiiginlerestshere, and barks schooners, road will run as follows:
within miles I etc., come in to load it is said that the harbor
ninety of the earth. The entirecast as seen from here is magnificent. The
of the telescope and the observatory in : large orb, as red as a ball of fire seems to is not very good. The Gulf storms here WESTWARD.Accom.. Mail.

which it is mounted exceeds $100,000. The : sink into the ground back of the trees, and are severe, the water covering a great part of Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m FERNANDINA cfc JACKSONVILLE P. R. #}
Warner Observatory was erected from the : the colors it leaves on the horizon are such the place and doing much damage; especially Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 m
private purse of Mr. 11. H. Warner, of pat- i as would battle the efforts of the best artists to the railroad wharves, the company having u Sanderson......... 8.25am n 55 GOING SOUTH.
ent medicine fanu who has also paid out $17.000 last in i.1. pm Leave
endowedand : to depict. year repairing Lake City..11.00 11.55 Fernandina..11.35 a.m. 6.15 p.m.
I a m
furnished it most liberally. In addition : Leaving the city on a cool morning I tracks at Cedar Key. These storms are Arrive Live Oak........... 1.15pm 1.15am p ra Leave Hart's Road......12.05 p.m. 6.55 p.m. '.
thereto he has paid out several thousand i started for the Gulf coast on the Transit looked for semiannually.As Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00p.m. 8.00p.m.
Ella ville............ 2.30 p m 2.30 a m
dollars in prizes for the discovery of comets I Railroad which, after leaving the Fernan- the sunset at Fernandina was gorgeous, "
Madison ............ 3.30pm 3.30am
and meteors which has doubtless dina & so the union's at Cedar GOING NORTH.
greatly Jacksonville junction, traverses rising Key was bean- "
I a Drifton............... 5.25 m 5.30
a m
stimulated the discoveries to which ref- tiful. In could fill describing p Leave Jacksonville..... 9.00a.m. ,
country similar to most Florida roads such writing one pages 3.35p.m. n
Monticello ......... 6.00 m 5.50
erence has been made. the beauties and of these p a m Leave Hart's Road..... 9.35
I as pineries, swamps, forests, turpentine grandeur Tallahassee......... 7.30pm 7.30am a.m. 4.01 p.m. j
There be but little doubt that Americawill stills sights, but time and valuable. Arrive Fernandina....10.40a.m.
can etc. not
neglecting one brick-yard space are 5.00p.m.
Quincy.............. 9.30am
take the lead in astronomical discoveries j' Suffice it to that the who Trains double .
rarity; past large saw-mills, cotton gins and say person sees Chattahoochee... 10.35am daily except Sunday.SUNDAY
overall other lands as she has already done I fine groves. Lawtejr is a neat little place, the beautiful sunsets Florida(or the moon, Chatta. River..... 10.55 I
m many other fields. And when it is remembered and any one who has lived in the North can which in rising casts gleam over the waters '
how beneficial an effect the studyof I see at once what class of residents from the silver-lined clouds) and does not EASTWARD.Accom. i Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.45a.m. ,r
the heavenly bodies and the countless this settlement.It compose appreciate their beauty has no artistic taste; Mail. 1 Arrive Fernandina.............. ........11.10 a.m.
realms of space has upon the human mind is strange that in the South, where lumber or as Oscar Wilde would sav, No aesthetic ArriveJacksonville." ...... 6.45'pm 7.30 a m Leave Fernandina........................5.00 p.m. a
it is certainly cause for great thankfulnessthat I is so plenty, more taste is not dis- culture." I am now speaking of the sunsets 44 Baldwin............ 5.25pm 6.15am Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25 p.m. i
Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m
such is the case. played in building, but the Southern which have been seen on special occasionsthis "
average -
Lake City.......... 1.20pm 2.40am
!. farmer, as well as the colored people, are winter! as it has been cloudy a great Leave Live Oak..11.35 1.15
a in
FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE satisfied with an old log hut. These old, many days ; the sun has been somewhat retiring a m
Ellaville............10.10am 11.55pm
GULF COAST.FERXANDINA in his manners.-Joe in Ohio
tumble-down cabins seldom have a glass Dayton ( ) 44 Madison ............ 9.05 a m 10.50 p m
FLA., January 30. 1883. !I window, (but instead is a tight wood door,) Journal. 44 Drifton............... 7.30am 9.05pm '
The Fernandina running; from Fernandina to Jacksonvillea and to complete the desolate look of the AN IMPOSSIBILITY.-Deserving articles are Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.30pm
distance of thirty-three miles, runs two place is an old shed answering the purposeof always appreciated. The exceptional clean- Quincy.............. 5.30pm AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
trains a day, and is a very convenient road stable. etc. liness of Parker's Hair Balsam makes it Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25 pm With New York and Fernandina Steam-
for those who come to Florida by the Mallory The Northern residents completely re'olutionize popular. Gray hairs are impossible with its Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 <
line of steamers, as well as for freight. things, and in addition to their occasional use, Passenger trains leave Jacksonville at 10 a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m.: and for New
It runs through a pine region not very fer handsome residences at Lawtey they are extensively a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m., ,
from the St. Johns river for some distance, I engaged in raising vegetables. For How IT WAS DO E.-h How do you man- Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45 p.m., or 5.50 p.m. .
and through vast area*of marsh grass, frequently quite a distance these neat dwellings, orange age," said a lady to her friend, ""to appearso arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 p.m., making With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah '
I' crossing small streams of water. At t groves and vegetable farms are seen. Starke happy\ ) and good natured all the time ?"' close connections with Florida Transit Rail- Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .
Harts Road, the Fernandina Jackson ville and Waldo (neat places of 600 or 700 popu- "I always have Parker's Ginger Tonic road for Gainesville, Ocala Leesburg and CALLAHAN.
Jions with the main line of the Transit, lation) are passed, and Gainesville the largest handy" was the reply, and thus easily Cedar Key.Sleepers To and from Savannah and Charleston r
eleven miles from Fernandina, which city place on the line is reached. This is a keep myself and family in good health. on all night trains.CONNECTIONS. 7.25 and 9.45 a. m. 7.30 and 4.22 m
I is soon reached after crossing the Amelia neat city has some neat manufacturing interests When I am well I always feel good na p. m.

nver. and is surrounded by good vegetableland. tured. At Jacksonville Waycross Short Line, AT BALDWIN FLA.,
This is a rather old place, but has many Bronson ((250)) is the next county with all points North or West ; with the To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and
good substantial brick business houses, and seat, back of which are some large sand Make yourself healtlland strong. Make Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for 2.43 p.m.
although! a rather quiet place of 2.500 population hills. There is considerable pine land on life happy by using Brown's Iron Bitters. Fernandina ; and with Steamers for all AT HAWTHORNE, I

is a pleasant little city and has interesting the route, some wild rosemary bushes are --- points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or To and from Palatkaat 10.37 a.m. and 2.20
surroundings. As it was race day all seen (an indication of poor land), and I sawa Charleston.At p.m.
the lively rigs were out till the last stable long stone wall, for fencing of limestone. America Ahead Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail- AT WILDWOOD.
was reached, where I arrived in time to go But there is some of the best vegetable landin road for all South Florida Ocklawaha River, With
OUt with Mr. Avery, to whose kindness in the State on or near this road, some or Gulf points without change of cars; also and Stage Line to and from Brooksville
liowing me the points of interest I feel indebted sandy soil, some very good hamnn Thereis RD for Cedar Key and Steamers to Gulf ports. With Tampa daily except Sunday. '
Stage to and from I
The Atlantic Ocean is but two a vegetable crate factory on the line, and g. At Live Oak, by Nos. 5 and 6, with the daily eesburg .
miles from Fernandina, and is reached by a Arredondo is one of the best shipping points 1 J! G'b Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad, for except Sunday.
drive Over a shell road passing the light- for early vegetables. Otter Creek, 133 miles : 1 Albany or Savannah.At AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., a
house on the left. The city of Fernandina from Fernandina, is noted for the good: Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
a situated on Amelia Island and on the hunting found there. Captain Wingate UIS Q Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp.
I Atlantic coast has a spll'ndid'beach which keeps a boarding-house back in the ham- I a s z urdays.At .m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday. and .
' firms a pleasant driveway for ten or twelve mock. Another station near here Eureka Chattahoochee River with Steamers- Friday.
*i'es.' The scene on reaching the beach is near a good locality for .hunting and fishing ...... t00 Chattahouchee on Sundays, and Evering- With, Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
gas one of animation excited crowds bet- ; bear and deer skins are seen at the I ham on Thursdays for Apalachicola and West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.; '
Ql! R on their favorites, and the riders run- store, while ducks and saddles of venisonare V returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.
sing' the horses up and down the smooth put on our train shipment.. For some S p00 y Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates,
gaily! bed ; but it turned out that there was distance before reaching Cedar Key the road j. s. MCELROY, etc., apply to

Ia"w animation than racing and the spec- passes through a wild country; cypress FOR' DEALERS. Master of Transportation.W. A. O. MAcDONELL, i
the tors returned to the city, while we took swamps, thickly wooded forests of pine and BY ALL LEADING M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Ticket and Pass. Agent. I
long route, four miles being over the palmetto with dense undergrowth, greatly >1SK FOR IT BUY iT!! TRY IT!? General Manager. D. MAXWELL, Gen') Supt. 21



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i..: ;. .' THE. FLORIDA .
.. MIRROR: : MARCH 3., .
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Y wR THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Legislature, which adjourned yester- The Newport of the South.A Range of Thermometer ,

/ > day, passed a bill introduced by Dr. Gas- charming spot is Fernandina, and the) FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY :MARCH 2'IIOBSEY'S
r kins, of Bradford county, incorporating the old Spanish colonists who founded it shortly STORE
; after the
settlement at St. Augustine
:. Fernandina & Amelia Beach. Railroad Com- proved. I .
themselves to be possessed: .of)level heads. It is .
j Reflections. pany. incorporators are Messrs. W. N. situated on the Amelia river, and has one. I. it s e.1 'g

Thompson, Samuel A. Swann, D. E. Max- of the finest harbors on the Atlantic coast .Cot..: m ci. ;::

t The orange trees about the city are in well, W. B. C. Iuryee and A. McDonell, It Is:: connected with Jacksonville by the I

r( ; blossom. all of this city. A railroad to the beach Florida Transit Railroad, which runs Saturday_... Feb.24 i 51 70 70 68 NE. KnowThat
.11 through it to Cedar Key, and has extensivecummunicatiori.by Sunday .............25 50 68 67 66 N\V.
.',- J. G. Garland and wife,' of Biddeford, Me., whether using horse or steam power, when steam and sail with the Monday _..........26 46 67 66 6t NW

.' have rooms at the Egmont. built, will supply a long-needed! demand. outside world, exporting large quantities of Tuesday-...........27 56 I M I N'V.
j Shad were being retailed in the city this We will be able to give the plans of the lumber and entertaining numerous, visitors Wednesday........28 391 60 561 62 N'V.
rye, week at 60 etc. future bent on health and pleasure. Fernandina Thursday'March: 1 46 66 66 65 SEe BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
#t s cents'per pair. company in a issue. claims the.title of the Newport of the South, Friday...__...... 2 48 68 68 66 S\V. will the
: Strawberries were retailing at 75 cents per but it has that which Newport can never cure worst case

: quart. in Jacksonville this week. Lawtey's English Steamship Line. possess, a delicious balmy climate for every of dyspepsia.Will .

f Mr. H. Loomis, wife and family of Pitts- Thestearaship Ravemdale,Captain Morrell, month of the year, and a sea beach the like MARINE.Port ,

,' burgh, have rooms at the Egmont.Mrs. I arrived here Wednesday from Puerto Platta, anywhere of which else is not in the to world.be seen in The America waters,of if of Fernandina. insurea hearty appetite,

H. R. Johnston, of Indianapolis, is St. Domingo, and is loading at the New York the Atlantic roll at its back door and the \ HIGH WATER. and increased digestion.

visiting Mr. Frank B. Papy. steamship dock with cotton seed and naval breezes which blow across the broad expanse Saturday, March 3....,. 2:27: A.M. 2:54 p. M.

; ; ,; Both Houses of the Legislature passed the stores for Mr. Wm. Lawtey. The Ravens- the of the ocean and'from the bosom of Sunday, 4...... 3:28" 3:57: Cures general debility, and
gulf meet and waft over it their "
: dale will clear for the invigorating Monday, 5...... 4:30" 4:59":
barge canal bill almost unanimously. United Kingdom about gives a new lease
After of
zephyrs. seeing beach at Tuesday 6...... 5:31" 6:02: life.
4. The Western Texas sailed with forty-eight the middle of next week. On her trip out Fernundma one can no longer rave over Wednesday, 7.;..... 6:30": 7:00 "

.f passengers for New York, Thursdaynight.Mr. from England the steamship. picked up a Cape miles May beach. A drive of full twenty Thursday, 8...... 7:23" 7:52" Dispels nervous depressionand
: vessel in distress in the Bay of Biscay, and on the pure white sand hard: firm Friday, 9...... 8:13": 8:42: low I
=a. ',r J. H. Camp, special agent of the post- and level as a floor, with the waters gently ''l, spirits.
towed her to Liverpool. The Ravensdale was licking the feet of honey is
your something
office ENTERED.
department visited Fernandina

i. + allowed !1,200 salvage. I to be enjoyed. And then with a beach going Restores
w week. out to meet the depths of the ocean so grad- Feb. 25-8. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, an exhausted nursing .
yY that. Savannah, with freight and pas- mother to full
ually without fear
you can or danger strength
Mr. H. E. Dotterer has been
confined to The Telephone Exchange.The sengers, to J. A. Mercier.
advance fully'one-third of a mile into the and
gives abundant
his room for several days this week by sick- poles and wires of the Telephone Ex surf. The temperature of the water is such 27-S. S. Ravensdale (Br.), Morrell, 4 sus-

change were placed in position on the streets that bathing can be indulged in every day Puerto Platta ; ballast, to Wm. tenance for her child.
ness.Mr. in the year, and on this 15th day of February Lawtey.
r' > S. J. Guckenbeimer, of the firm of during the week. The following are sub- .several of us committed ourselves to the- 28-S. P. City of Bridgeton,Fitzgerald, Strengthens the muscles and

:r I Guckenheimer & Son, was in the city this scribers: embrace of'tlye' waves for fifteen minutes Savannah, with freight and pas-
'' week. Railroad shops. with the most agreeable sensations. One of sengers, to J. A. Mercier, Agent nervesenriches the blood.
Captain D. E. Maxwell (residence.) the finest hotels to be found in Florida is 28-S. Western Texas, New York,
+ Rev. H. S. Yerger, pastor of the Presbyterian Colonel J. C. Read. the Egmont, which is replete with every Risk, 1,210 tons ; with freight Overcomes weakness wake-
: Church, expects to preach in St. Marys Fred W. Hoyt & Co. modern convenience and most luxuriously and passengers, to R. W.South- ,
,; to-morrow. W. B. C. Dury e. furnished.-Correspondence Baltimore Sun wick. fulness,and lack of energy
I H. E. Dotterer. M'ch 1-Sch. Nellie S. Pickering, McKeen,

4; Mrs. F. S. Papy Miss Annie Papy and Florida Town Improvement Company. Death of Mrs. Mac Williams. New York ; rock, to Lara & Keeps off all chills, fevers

.'c r Miss F. C. Johnston, of Tallahassee, are Tourist Hotel.McGinniss The sad announcement of the death of Ross. other rand
& Rawson. 1-Sch. St. Johns (Br.), Matthews, poison.
guests at the Mrs. M. G. MacWilliams wife
Egmont. of Colonel
Mode Bros.C. Kingston, ; ballast, to .
k,;: Church H. Huot. Wm. MacWilliams, reached this city-by tel- master.
Presbyterian : Services Sunday Will infuse with life
J. J. Acosta. egraph on Thursday night and cast a gloomof 2-Sch. Etta A. Stinson,Bunker, New new
at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Preaching by sadness over our city. Mrs. MacWilliams York ; rock, to Lara. & Ross. the weakest invalid.
". :';: Rev. Dr. T. A. Hoyt. The central station will be at the telegraph spent her childhood days in our midst and 2-Sch. Florence Rogers, Davis. New
office. was beloved by_ all who knew her well for London ballast to
; ;, 'I Mr. V. Hillyer, father of C. V. Hillyer, the ; master. Walker St., Baltimore Dec.
gentle and noble traits of head and 2-S. P. City of 37 1881.
,,' Bridgeton Fitzgerald
i '.1 III" ( Esq., arrived last Sunday from Connecticut, Jail Delivery. heart which characterized all her actions. I Savannah ; with freight, and pas-, For six from years Blood I have Disease been a, greatsufferer Dys-

'..': t 1 and will spend the winter in Florida. Sam Bryant and William Bryant, the two She died, after a short but painful illness, at sengers to J. A. Mercier. pepsiaandConstipation.andbecame
''H her father's residence at Magnesia Springs, so debilitated that I could not retain
.,' :. :.Rev. Dr. A. T.. Hoyt, of Nashville, will colored men who were brought here from leaving an infant daughter three hours' old. CLEARED. anything on my stomach,in fact,

t'I make a protracted stay at the Egmont, and Callahan some eight weeks since, charged Colonel MacWilliams has the deep sympathy Feb. 25-City of Bridgeton Fitzgerald, Savannah life had almost become a burden. ,
I' will be his with the murder of another colored man at of our entir community in his sad be with freight and pas- Finally, ,when husband hope had almost left 'I
: ii joined by family next week. me my seeing BROWN'S.
reavement. DrJ; and Mrs. Simmons sengers, by J. A. Mercier.
r Upton & Dyal's mill, made their from BITTERS advertised in the
.a [ Dr. W. H. Pope will be the probable can- escape also the warm sympathy? of our citizens in 26-Brig American Union, Bowman, paper induced me to give it a trial.
: didate of the Republican for Mayor in the county jail on Friday night of last week this the second affliction of a similar char- Philadelphia ; lumber, by L.A. I am now taking the third bottle .
.:: ,' party being aided by Nancy Baker, a colored acter within the past three months.-Starke : Da vis. and have not felt so well in six
the coming city election. years as I do at the present time.
27-S. P.
Telegraph.Mrs. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,
) '. woman whose term of sentence in the jail Mrs. L. F. GRIFFIX.
II 0" ', J Ii' General Wm. Austin and :Mrs. J. Bradford had expired, and of some other colored MacWilliams was a sister of Mr. F. Savannah, by; with J. Mercier.freight and pas- !.
: '1 # ".. of New York, are making their customary women outside.A file and rope were sm uggled W. Simmons, local agent of the Transit & M'ch 2-Sch.Clara Fletcher, L. J. Sargent, BROWN'S IRON BITTERSwill

:.,, i : visit to Fernandina, and are at the into the jail to the prisoners, who were both Peninsular Railroad in this city. Ponce; lumber, by C. H. Huot.

Egmont. in one cell. "They filed through the window 2-Bark Courier (Br.), Snelling, Bar- have a better tonic
fi t, Hotel Arrivals. badoes ; lumber, by Hilliard &
The reappointment of Mr. Samuel T. grating, and, lowered themselves to the Bailey. upon any one who

Riddell, as postmaster of this city, was confirmed ground below, only some eighteen feet, by EGMONT. 2-S. S. Western Texas, Risk, New needs "bracing up," than

-r fa by the United States Senate on Mon- means of the rope, they scaled the fence sur- Louis G Dreyfus, Frank W May, Irs J York, 1,210 tons ; with freight any medicine made.

day last. rounding the jail yard and made their es- Bradford, W Austin, Geo H Southard, B S and wick.passengers, by R.W.South-
:. wife child and maid
Henning ,
,, The refrigerator building of the Florida cape. No clue of their whereabouts has Steckler, W H Bigelow, Frank Keller, ChasE 2-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,

"l.1t.,' Town Improvement Company, on Centre been obtained so far by Deputy Sheriff Proctor, Mrs W F Proctor Miss Proctor, Savannah, with freight and pas-

: ii street wharf, was completed week by thet2 Ellermann, but the woman who furnishedthe B A Clooney and sister, Louis F Georgerand sengers, by J. .Mercier..
; I1t for and wife. David Close and wIfe Miss A H IN PORT.S. .
means .her accompliceshave
( contractor, Mr. McGiffin. escape Close, Miss J' D Smith, Mrs Frances, R H S. Ravensdale (Br.), Morrell.

I ,'II' The schooner F. C. Yarnall,the only four- been locked up. Charles, Mrs W S Burns, Mrs J M Platt, Bark Pansevitz (Ger.), Wallis. 4
'; ..I New York ; Mrs S F Zahm, Miss Hashhurst, Brig American Union, Bowman.Sch. .
; masted vessel ever in this port, arrived last The Fernandina Social
/ Club.
Brooklyn NY W wife
; Quinn, two chil- Emily E. Davis, Pierce.
.1.1 'ii week with stone for the jetties. The Yarnallis On account of the lecture at Lyceum Hall dren and governesses, H M Taylor, D J Sch. Lewis Eherman, Collinson.Sch. DR. W. E. SNYDER,

1.i1; of about 600 tons burthen. Monday, the regular meeting of the Fernan- Cutter and wife, Geo S Walker and wife, J B. C.Terry, Moore. .
L d;: S Turner and wife, Boston ; W H McClure, Sch. Clara Fletcher, Sargent.Sch. [1'
: 1 St. Paul, Minn., has been very liberally dina Social Club, this week, was postponedtill B W Wooster and wife, 0 L Hascy and Ocean Traveler, Brown. m Z as

y. J I represented this season among the visitors Tuesday evening. Since the last men- wife, Albany, N Y; John W Miller, Mrs Sch. Isaac L. Clark, Cranmer.Sch. H e

', i :.f to Fernandina. Mr. A. B. Stickney and tion of the club in these columns, there Miller, Jacob Elsar and wife, C R Gibson, S. C. Yarnall, Scott. = =

,:. 1 ,"I.i daughter, Mr. Wm. Dawson and daughter, have been very few changes, excepting that Cincinnati ;jeT Barker, Joel Blakesley, Sch. Addie Fuller, Hart. Etb
Peoria Ill D C Smith -
lot ; III ; John T Talbott Sch. Mary Lord, Smith, fI a C
: 'd 1 r are now guests at the Egmont. the written journals have improved in pro- and wife, Mrs De/iring, C R Bisbee, Geo W Sch. Lame Cobb Cobb. [H -

t : .J. Dr... T. A. Hoyt, D. D., preached a ser- portion to the experience acquired. An Gill, W C Graham, Miss Drew, Miss Ruth Sch. Nellie S. Pickering, McKeen. = =
,. 1 I mon"of election of officers for the ensuing quarter Greanleaf, W E Graham, Jacksonville; W Sch. St. Johns, (Br.), Matthews. fl .F
unusual in
,I power the Presbyterian A Knapp, Miss M S Merrille, S Lockwood, Sch. Etta A. Stinson, Bunker.
J ;,I Church Sunday morning. This distinguished took place at the meeting before the last, Fond du Lac.' Wis : Ethan A Durel. Sara- Sch. Florence Rogers. Davis. FIRST-CLASS; 20 years' \

J gentleman will preach again on but most of the old officers still retain toga Springs, N Y-C; Riley, wife and daugh- OPERATIONS; charges reasonable Sets

j"1"J : Sunday, at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m. All are their positions, the office of president being ter, J 0 Henning, Irs.J T Averill. A De Sealed Proposals. of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and
Mrs. Kraetzer PBerkey; Mrs Hulcher, Charles every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -
? permanent. an honorary Sealed will be received until
cordially invited to hear him. Nichols and'wife. Miss Averill, J B Hewitt, proposals Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
member left for New York last week. The March 14th for to all
Mrs 0 HevittIiss Finch Walter Hewitt contracting remove made
entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand
'' ;'i The contract for the improvement of members of the club regret that she was un-. John A Berkey and wife, St Paul, Minn ; night soil for the city for the next seven to advice free, and willingly given. 10
-r Romney marsh was awarded this week to a J T Williamson, wife and child nine months, as Council may direct, commencing -
'. able to make a longer stay, and feel keenlythe Minneapolis -
: Savannah firm, and work will begin at once. Minn ; B C Williams C D Williams, April 1st, or sooner. Specificationscan
.3.? : It is claimed that when the improvement is loss of a valuable acquisition. Severalof Buffalo, N Y ; H C Matthews and wife, G T be had by application to the subscriber.G. J. H. PRESCOTTDEALER
'j : the members are at present absent, but. King. Baltimore; H N Bradley, Col SallieJ F. AVERY,
completed, the steamers of the Sea Island Elfsinton Chairman of Committee on Public Improve-
Orr P Ellsinton
Mary J
to The
are expected return soon. journalsstill '>seph ,
1 ; t r Route will be able to reduce their running Philadelphia; A H Campbell, Fort Scott, ments and Sanitary Work.
continue to be an interesting feature of {
: Fernandina March 3d 1883.-2t
;' schedule between this city and Savannah tot Kan ; John Frey, Miss Nettie Frey Atlanta, ,
;:'1 : ", nine hours. the meetings. The names of the different Ga ; S S Devereux'! Kansas City, Mo; H
/: journals and their respective editors are as Daniels, Providence, R ,I; Lee Johnson, Wanted.
'.,; .t The lecture of the Rev. Allan Curr, of follows : I Ben Bradley, Islip, L I ; A P McConahay, By gentleman, some temporary employ- I NLadies'
.41 Ohio ; H E Chapin, Bay City, Mich 0 W ment at a moderate salary. Address,
:: k Edinburgh, Scotland, at. Lyceum Hall Monday ICo. 1-The Social Club Journal, Miss S. ; Post-office Box 139.
McKinney Mrs Jas C Hart Alex Thompson
l i ; -
: night, under the auspices of the Methodist Bauskett. Fernandina Fla. .
and wife, Rochester, N Y; T Tugby, February 24,18832t.For
I t. :' Church, South, was well attended, and No. 2-The Chameleon, :Mr. E.S. Loomis.No. Niagara Falls, John S Kerritt, Mrs Harden, I

{ f'; :' proved very entertaining and instructive.: 3-Gleaningsfro1'll the Social Club, MissE. Savannah ; W Bakewell and wife, Mrs A CBakewell. Rent. r
i Marie C Hogan. Miss M S Morris, A very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof
s 1 Mrs. Curr gave several recitations and readings Williams.
Loomis, wife, child and nurse, Pittsburg; JOHN HEDGES,
i :i during the evening, which contributed No.4-Semi-Monthly Review, James Men- James S"Lipswart, H E Pendleton, Nashville January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.
jli: largely to the success of the entertainment. Tern ; Mrs E Barlow, C M Wheatley,
) I zies.No. wife arid drildren Ga Chas T Select "Intermediate" School
.. ; Tyrer, England for
Operations at the Palmetto Fibre Corn .Semi-Monthly Review,Miss S.Brewer.
paV ,
... ; H Weinheimer, St Louis; Mrs John Boys and Girls,
ny's factory, at the corner of Broome and No. Semi-Monthly Review, Mr. W. R. Means, Miss Rose Means, Ashland, Ky ; J Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson Misses',

': ; Second streets, have begun. So far the daily I Stephens.No. G Garland and wife, Biddeford, MeG WBalcht.Joseph application.

,; I' product of the factory has been about 1,200 7-The Social Scrap Bag, Miss Mary Perrion. Detroit; Gus Van G. W. SCHUYLER. Children'sand
I" Eip'ege.'Cedar Key ; John B Thomas, Chey- Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental Infants',
;: pounds of fibre. As soon as the hands employed Brownson. enne, W T ;; Mrs F S Papy and child. Miss Music and French. 50 Men's

i are educated up to the business, this No. 8-The Ocean Zephyr, Miss Kate Williams Annier,;>apy and servant,Miss F C Johnston, Boys'

.. result is expected to be largely increased. Tallahassee; J S Doyle and wife, St Marys City Scrip and Youths',
Ga TB Carter and wife
s Social Club much of its ; Chicago; Wm T For sale at market rates in amounts not less
.: For the present the factory will not be open The owes successto Parks and wife Hartford Conn ; A G Rug- .
it" than $25. J. FRED LOHMAN. ,
f ,t t for general public inspection. the cheerful and untiring efforts of the pies: Miss G C Ruggles, N Boardman, Wis; Fernandina Fla., December 30,1882. tf FINE

,'t \ The steamship Western Texas arrived at president, Mrs. H. E. Dotterer,and its mem- F E Lay, Westfield, Mass ; J H Avnett, Suspension ,
*,* Bridge, N Y Mrs R Givin, Miss M
bers for the interest she has
i : this are grateful Livery Stable at a Bargain.I .
V : port from New York Wednesday P Moore, Miss Moore. Miss Givin, Carlisle,
+' ', :, q", : morning, and cleared for that port Thursday taken in the promotion of its welfare. Pa; A B Stickney and two daughters, Wm offer at a bargain my entire establish- SEJ-v'VmJ' : :

4 T I' night with the following 92 The programme Tuesday evening was arranged Dawson and daughter St Paul, Minn ; A ment in this city, consisting of Carriages,
t. 4x .. cargo : I admirably and proved entertaining.The Menendez, Trinidad Cruz, Havana. Buggies,Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage
; bales cotton, 176 barrels rosin 58 barrels
Horses, Harness, etc.
>t t spirits, 29 barrels sugar 38 barrels syrup 109 journal was thoroughly enjoyed, and The Forty-seventh Congress closes its ses- Terms of purchase, CASH. utton oota G liters; L Lies non,

empty kegs, 231 cases cedar, 130 logs cedar there is no decline i in the interest taken in sion to-day. It is not probable that Presi- G. F. AVERY. ,
its contents. dent Arthur will call an extra session. Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom : AND
106 packages palmetto, 64 packages hides Street Wharf. 46 I

and skins, 48 bales moss, 19 boxes oranges, List of Letters Married. =

,'} 60 packages merchandise. Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina HIGGINBOTHAM-CONE.-On Wednesday, Real Estate -I ISLIPPERSEmbracing -

r' ,. The following were among the prominent Nassau county, Florida, March 3, 1883. February 28, 1883, at the residence of the For sale. Two desirable lots, well located. ++-
Persons calling for these letters must Apply to W. S. RAWSON. ++ ++
arrivals at the Mansion House this week : advertised: say bride's t father, Peter Cone Esq., at Cone- Fernandina, Fla., January 6,188?tf.

+ Li !:>. W. Richardson and wife, J. Crawshaw and Andrews, Catherine Lieel, Mear ville, by the.Rev.Dr.Simmons,T.JEFFERSON Nassau Fibre New and Popular

r r-::;. wife, St. Louis ; Mrs. Dr. Cranshaw, Law- Arrundsen, J C Mongomery, Sohn HIGGINBOTHAM and Miss AuvnLA COSE. ,
.i' Samuel Bolles, :Nancy Robinson, Rich'd F For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto
+.. tey; J. Guckenheimer, Miss Guck
I .1': anything else in use. For sale by -
: Barrett, Mate L Rice & Smith City Registration Notice. srYI..EJSGENTS'
; tr :... enheimer, Savannah ; Miss Gerst,,Danville, C S Stevens Hermon June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.
Curry, The books of the of
registration Fer-
I I )M:. 'I Va.; Dr. E. A. Todd, E. G. Hill', Lawtey ; Carlton, J A Thompson, Henry nandina, which are now open at city my office, WANTED IN EVERY TOWN

'.:r\.'. Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonough, of Philadelphia Edward, Winson H Thomson, N T W southeast corner of Centre and Third streets, AGENTS to sell Nassau Fibre" and
", > theatre fame; Dr. D. M. Castle and Finch, D No. 27 will be closed Wednesday, March 28, 1883, Upholstered Nassau Beds." Here is a FURNISHINGAND
I : Dr. Pancoast and Pancoast Jones, Mrs Anna' Williams, EdwardsLe at 6 o'clock p. good business for a live man. Exclusive
,3 x family, son, D. Baron J T Weatherslee, Br Riley m.WM.. F. WOOD, JR., territory. Liberal commission.

t ", "" L. Dillen. Philadelphia; K. Pancoast Cam- Way man,, Rt. Rev Bishop. City Clerk. Address EDWIN S. LOOMIS,

,- r I "", a A ?"den. SAM'L T. RJDDELL P. M. Fernandina, Fla., March 21883-3t. Fernandina, Fla. I RV BEER GOO



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