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 10, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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VOL. y F ERN AN DIVA, FLA., SATURDAY! MARCH 10, 1883. NX). 16. if'

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GAINESVILLE, FLA. tribute to the pleasure and amusement of NEW FOBS/ the capitals of Europe, and as regards bright WASHINGTON. t

her many admiring readers. In my opinion matter, the magazines are always ready to '-

THE RAPID GROWTH BUSINESS OF THE MEN TOWN-ITS, ETC. ENTERPRISING she ranks with the best novel writers of the HOW A DISREPUTABLE ACTOR ISjRKBtTKED.t.. -A..; welcome it and pay good prices for it. It is NIGHT SESSIONS IN CONGRESS-AN EXCITING

day, and I regret that my pen fails to ex- WRONG WAY OF TREATING THE TEMPER- the same with artists to whom the
To the Editor of the Mirror: -, maga- SCENE IN THE HOUSE-A COLORADO SEN ,
Gainesville has improved very much in press my admiration of Florida's charmingand ANCE QUESTION-LITERARY,PEOPLE IN zines offer good'incomes for good sketches. ATOR'S MARRIAGE.,

population style and number of houses and witty authoress. Very respectfully, NEW YORK-GOOD NEW FOR Magazine illustrations used to be regardedas To the Editor of the Mirror:

E PLURIBUS UNUM. THE TENANT, ETC. "'- pot boilers," by artists who drew them.
different enterprises since I was here a year WASHINGTON, March 3, 1883.
St. Marys, Ga., March 6,1883.RAILROAD To the Editor of The Mirror: Now
H. F. Dutton & Co. have erecteda s ;" even the best and most prosperous de- Congress is eking out its time in night a

ago.large gin-house; moting-house, cotton- NOTES. NEW YORK, March 3, 1883:, signers are enrolled on the staffs of theleading sessions, and society is secretly plotting

house and quarters for laborers They havea Whether justly or unjustly.ifie. theatrical weekly and monthly publications. against the restrictions of Lent, and fur-

fifty-horse power engine and a sixty-horse PENSACOLA & ATLANTIC RAILROAD".-Mr. A. fraternity is frequently, or nuKer"generally The, fact is, Bohemia as it was has disap- tively dining, wining dancing and-"but M* >

tubular boiler, supplied with waterb L. Woodward, who has just returned froma credited with what the world calls_ easy vir- peared. It has shorn its long hair, trimmedits don't you say I told you." The talk to-day ",' .'$' ,

power' inspiration, and they also have nine Mc- business tour in some of the western tue. Yet that there is 'a great eal.of the beard in the conventional style, cast aside is that there will be an extra session, but I

Carthy) and one' English gin, turning out counties, gives us the following items in regard stern and stiff-necked variety!j'J!hewn*by its slouch hat and old clothes and cultivatesa am no Wiggins, and since you will know'

fifteen full bales of ginned and moted cot- for the above road: The first schedule the way Frederick de Belleville. the member bank account. how it is before this reaches you, I will r,y

ton. Besides their regular cotton press they passenger train passed over the road from of the Union Square Company, who! With the first of March the average New postpone all prophesy until after the event.
Pensacola loved variety in his marital >relations, was York house tenant looks anxiously forwardfor But if there should be
have a Dederick perpetual press putting up to Sampson (the eastern terminus, : an extra session,
what are called quarter bales of 150 poundseach three miles below Chattahoochee),o'n Thursday treated by his fellow.artists His defence in the landlord's agent to come around and they will have a time of it in the election of

fifteen inches square by thirty-six :March 1st. The following is the the divorce suit brought by his, wife was announce that circumstances compel the a Speaker and the organization of the ,
such a villainous attack on a.woman a i'to raising of the rent. This however
inches long.I schedule for passenger trains : year, There is a powerful lobby here now, '

was shown the cotton from the different Leave Pensacola......................... 6:30A.M. ruffle even Judge Donohue's'judicial .calm nothing in that line can be done, and, in but its ranks will be much increased should tan

exhibition at the State Arrive at Sampson...................... 3:15 p. M., ness. The result was that he got such,a reminder fact, in a great many instances rents will be extra session be called. Mr. Carlisle is
counties that was on :Leave Sampson.........................12:10 p. M. from the bench as to astonish lowered. This does not i
even exactly please said to have
Fair last month, this house having bought Arrive at Pensacola.................... 8:55 p. Iii. prop- ninety-eight members of the .
those familiar with Mr. Donohue's plain- erty owners, but for the tens of thousandsof next House
: pledged'to
beauti- him
is for
all that was entered. The cotton These trains pass each other at Marianna, support
spoken ways. Actors and actresses are apt people who have to slave that they but
ful, long, fine and strong, and so evenly where ample time is allowed for dinner. may Speaker, a regiment rarely rallies its
to close an eye to each other's failings, but l live respectably it is a positive boon. The roster complete and Randall relies
graded were all the samples from the differ- Hacks are waiting and on a roll
convey passengersto de Belleville's conduct was'somefhing that fact is, rents have been screwed up to sucha list as
ent counties that it was very difficult to determine and from the hotel (for dinner) for the large.
they would not overlook. Manager Palmer point that a reaction was bound to set in. Within four days of final adjournment of
which was best. small sum of 25 cents. Passengers can now
even went further, and suggested to this im- Fortunate are those owners who read the Congress the distracted of
lined with and wires question tariff revision -
The town is poles leave Tallahassee at 8 a. m. and reach Pen-
pudent fellow that such conduct'was not signs of the times and them
profit by by reducing was referred to committee '
central office where can be conference -
that lead to a sacola at 8:55 p. m. Leave Pensacola at 1-
calculated to,benefit either him orte theatre rents moderately and granting long thus imposing
found the Bell telephone, showing that 6:30 and Tallahassee upon ten members
reach at 7:30
: a. m. p. m.
airs and in which he played in theeye of the leases. In Brooklyn the speculators are already (five from each house) a duty that the
Gainesville is assuming city ways. trains for the twice '
Freight present run a
public, and intimated that the best thing he at work in view of the approaching whole body has failed to
Across the street is pile-driving engine and perform. But be- ,
a week each way' leaving Pensacola at 7:30a. : ,
could do would be to betake himself some- completion of the East River Bridge. A fore entering consideration
and on enquiry I was told by the and upon of the
m. on Mondays Thursdays, leaving "
where where his behavior might b&appr leading, real estate man tells me that in tariff the committee had to determine
operator that they were boring an artesian Sampson at 5 p. m. Tuesdays and Fridays.Mr. the .
ciated. The is: that- ell o; nearly instance where desirable
consequence :
j. prop- Constitutional raised in the
well. He is satisfied that he will get sulphur Woodward the road is first class i in House, <, ;
ville is now out in the cold .world," with erty is involved rents will be raised all the viz. : whether the Senate
water. Florida is famous for its number of all its appointments. The way-station I by originating the \ x
not a friendly opinion to comfort him.;, way from ten to twenty-five per cent, Of tariff bill has infringed the
and to have man prerogative of
sulphur springs, now a the line
along are building rapidly sawmills
up ; I had a talk with well-known course in the language of the the
proverb the
' Should the committee reach
going over the State and striking sulphur stores and residences are being erectedat an;
water wherever he pleases will make the various points, and everything bears an on the temperance, or rather modera- early bird catches the worm, but in this agreement on this question, there is still no

tourist and visitor conclude Hades is not far air of business and enterprise. He also tion, movement, just organized by a high case the very forward speculators are likelyto assurance that it would he accepted by the
speaks in the highest terms of the officialsand l ,
and mighty church The gentleman be beaten. has been
party. Brooklyn never a two houses. The conflict of
opinion to
from Florida. employe's of the road, from all of whomhe as ;
!i A charter was granted by the last Legislature received the utmost courtesy.-Floridian. referred to, although old and feeble now, in place much fancied by the average man or what tariff legislation ought to be has not
his time did a great deal of good substantial woman accustomed to New York life.
I to make navigable Payne's Prairie and The been allayed. If the result of the confer-

I canal into Waburg Lake. The company RAILROAD MEN IN FLORIDA.The work in the slums of New York. Said reason why so many people have taken to ence shall be objectionable to the lowtariffmen ,

of railroad he: "This work will never amount to it as a place of residence of
has purchased a steam propeller and put i it appearance prominent was on account in Congress they will oppose it, and if ; ,
magnates in this city and Tallahassee has much. In the first place, the idea of restricting the comparative cheapness of rents as com- it shall disappoint the
into Lake protectionists
Payne to engage in the passengerand been the foundation of many surmises, and they 5
the number of drinking, places pared with New'York. When this induce- will fight it. Thus the
freight business. This will greatly' important railroad events are hinted at by outcome is still
facilitate the transportation of vegetablesand some of the railroad attach in the city. amounts to nothing. Should it be carried ment ceases to exert its influence, the sister deeply involved in doubt,and depends upon

fruit from a very fine section of coun- The visit to this city, on the 20th ult., of C. out there will be just as much drinking asbefore city will dwindle down to its proper level. the ability of the conference committee to

try about Lake Mecanopy. Nashville C. Baldwin Railroad, President, and of directors the Louisville, and,subsequent &- because drinking nien: xvilt\ tr#re-r_,: An old landmark, is about to be doomed., harmonize the conflicting elements, first in- M i-

Messrs. Doig & Baldwin have established inspection of the road from here to duce the quantity they are In the habit of This is the little coffee and cake saloon in its own body, and then in the two houses. .

w a foundry and machine shop near the Tran- Chattahoochee, created somewhat of a stir consuming. All that it will do is to increasethe Chatham Square, known as Hitchcock's. The most exciting episode of the session ,;
among railroad and steamboat men of Flor receipts of a few dealers who have political For thirty years it has wielded its benign influence occurred last night. The
sit where out
turning galleries
depot, they are very ida. This visit was heralded forth over the were -i 4,
creditable work. This establishment fills a country as the first step towards the con- influence at the expense of those who over the workers down town. Its : crowded, as they have been for a week, by

long-felt want, and is a great acquisition to struction of a road from Montgomery, Ala., have not. Then, too, the way in which patrons consist mainly of car drivers and the families of members and their friends, ''

this part of the State. to Chattahoochee, Fla., connecting with the these people go to work is wrong They newspaper men. Here Greeley and White- and by a large number of transient visitors. r.1
roads. A few intelligent men connected announce that they who are not such law Reid, Raymond and a host of other
Mr. F. F. Miller has purchased the Nean- with the roads in this State doubt as The River and Harbor bill was under dis-

gest property, and is remodeling the store the above as the real object of this visit and others, are meant to pull out those who are journalists, artists, musicians and actors, cussion. Mr. Van Voorhis, of New York,

preparatory to moving his select stock of whisper, "There's" something behind it yet degraded and corrupt. Now, they may have sat in the small hours, after the work had opposed the bill very bitterly, and,
to be revealed. One might suppose vast have the best intentions in the world but was over, discussing the events of the
dry goods to it. He is one of the most en- scheming was on foot to hear all that is said day moving to strike out the item for the im-
terprising men of the town ; improvementsgrow relative to President Baldwin's visit. when you tell these people, See here, my over a fragrant cup of coffee and biscuits, provement of the Sacramento river, said

up around him wherever he directs his.. General Gordon's presence in Tallahassee friends, I am not a slave to liquor ; I am which were white without the use of arse- that if the chairman of the Committee of ;

( mind. during the session of the Legislature, on clean and respectable; I belong to a first- nic. All famous restaurants have some one Commerce, Mr. Page, had not been from
railroad matters, has been the subject of class church, and I mean to raise out of dish for which they are particularly noted.
The.hotels and private boarding bousesI much speculation. The hope of ever seeing you California no such item would have been a
are full, and the town is crowded with :I the Great Southern Railway built has long the depths into which you have fallen, be- Hitchcock's is noted for its coffee and cakes. put in it. It is so outrageous, so damnable '
since vanished and this : cause I have a for surround- The proprietor has grown wealthy in dispensing "
visitors, the atmosphere and surroundings 1 gigantic contempt your them, and his have in continued Mr. Van Voorhis, "that
I ing lost sight of by many who were once ing.' You talk in Pharisaical and guests gained
being particularly adapted to the improve strong advocates, buoyed with the hopeof a spirit, happiness. Chatham Square will scarcely nobody but a gambler and a cut-throat r
ment of their health. its early completion. The up people generally you naturally repel the very persons whom be itself without the light streaming on the would think of tacking such an item to this ,

The East Florida Seminary is in a very 'had no confidence in its first projectors, you seek to approach. I never saw a good street from his little cellar. bill." Immediately there ensued such a 1.
and its final abandonment by Osborn & Co. work more wrongly commenced.;' !
flourishing condition, having a 'Superiorrps scene as reminded one of the memorable attack -
was considered the end of the affairs It is last A SAMPLE WILL SUFFICE.
of teachers. The scholars are gentle quite different now, as scarcely anyoneseems While the police Saturday were amusing -: The object in protective tariffs, in of John Young Brown, of Kentucky, ,

manly and courteous in their deportment, to doubt the good intentions of the themselves with' knocking out" Salmi instances, i is to enable parties, who other-many upon the present governor of Massachusetts.

and bear the impress of the master spirit battle-scarredGeorgian. Hope in the enter Morse's Passion Play at his theatre, or rather wise would not be able to do so, to set up in There was an excited and uproarious de-
prise has revived, and a wide-spread desire temple as he calls it-in business, and award them in the
that guides and controlls them. The military for this road Twentythirdstreet profits nunciation of the language used, a dozen
seems to all
permeate sectionsof
of the enhanced
shape prices their
feature in the school adds to the dis the State. a savage boxing and sparring entertainment products, created by the protective upon duties members endeavoring, in the interest of

cipline, muscular development and the The meeting of the directors of the Thom- on the part of the amateurs took levied upon foreign wares of like description. peace and good order, to pour kerosene on .

general elevation of gentlemanly qualities. asville Tallahassee & Gulf Railroad Company place at Tammany Hall. The affair was One of the best proofs:: of this is furnished by the troubled waters. Mr. Van Voorhis,

. This department is under Lieutenant Wagner in Tallahassee of another last very Thursday important is the pub beginning under the auspices of the New York Ath the iron plaintive manufacturers.wails of the Northern charcoal who is neither an Adonis nor a Demos-

of the regular army of the United States. lic work in Florida, and the good prospect letic Club, the "swell" association of its In the House of Representatives. the other thenes, made an abject apology, both to the

The principal of the institution is Captain of its early construction has caused a kind in this city. I have seen a great many day Mr. Buchanan, of Georgia, produced House and to Mr. Page, but some members

Cater, ably assisted by Mr. Pasco, Dr. Rich- .. be little uneasiness in certain circles that will 1 encounters with the knuckles in my time, testimony showing that charcoal iron is moved an expulsion, and Mr. Herbert, of
considerably affected by this road. One manufactured in this State and the
ards and Miss Carrington, all competent and of the directors of this road is A. P. Wright, but in all my experience I never ran across cars at $15 a ton. The manufacturer put on who Alabama, would not be placated until Mr.

experienced teachers. Esq., of Thomasville, Ga., who is well and as beastly an exhibition as this one, which gave this testimony before the tariff com- Van Voorhis had been reprimanded by the '

CHARLES MIMMS. favorably known to the citizens of Southern was conducted by young men eminently respectable mission says he can make coke iron at from Speaker. Mr. Herbert, however, failed to

Gainesville, Fla., March 6, 188S. like Georgia Gordon's and Middle is Florida. His name, some of them belonging to th $10 to $12 a ton at the place where the chare carry his motion, much to the regret of the r
a guarantee to
carry through coal iron is produced. Yet ex-Governor
whatever they undertake and in entering ; best class of society, and was witnessed and Curtin proposed in the House last week to galleries, who were anxious for a scene with 1 '

A GIFTED SOUTHERN WRITER.To upon such important undertakings is all i in I enjoyed by men of the highest standing. raise the duty from $7 to $10 a ton on char- Mr. Keifer in the role of reprimander. At ,,

the Editor of the Mirror: good faith. No wild-cat or bogus scheming There was very little science displayed, but coal-made pig iron. What is sought is protection this point the diplomatic Kasson arose, and

It has been my intention for some timeto to enrich themselves by deception is even the amount of slugging"done was enoughto from the cheaply manufactured iron with a voice much weakened'
have hinted. Mr. John Bradford, chief engineer, of Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee, and
a letter published, expressing my has been directed to proceed at once with satisfy even the most bloodthirsty gladiator the round-about way of securing this protection since he plead the cause of the fraudulent '

admiration and appreciation of our gifted the survey preparatory to contracting for of Water street. Soft gloves were osten is by putting a prohibitory duty on President and was paid by a mission to

Southern authoress, Miss :Mary Rose Floyd, the grading, cross-tieing, etc., and he be sibly used, but in the majority of the bouts foreign iron. Between the home manufac- Vienna, argued that there was no precedentfor
of Florida. Her style is graceful and lieves that within two years the scream of turers, who are surrounded by all the favorable -
easy, the blows were dealt with such vigor as to
the locomotive will be heard echoing conditions for production, and the for- reprimanding a member who had with-
natural. There is a charming originalityand through the forests from the Gulf of Mexico cause both them and the costumes of the eign importer, the consumers of the country drawn his offensive words and made a double

freshness about her writings, and she to Thomasville.If contestants to be covered with blood after could have, and should have, cheap and apology both to the House and the offended

possesses rare descriptive talent. It is re- every railroad now contemplated in the one or two rounds. Had Mace and Sladeor abundant supplies of iron. Representative. This ended the and
State is huilt ten from this row
years day, every There localities where of
are producers
freshing to
read her
descriptions of nature, nook and corner will be penetrated by a locomotive any other professionals attempted half charcoal iron are as favorably situated as rumpus. The elegant and edified audience ',
and there is much wit, humor and pathos in and one vast network formed what those gentlemen did, the police would those of the South, but there are numbers left the galleries, and the House proceeded

her stories. It is true, there are those who over its entire domain. The talk, the chartering have had them in the.station-house at short who would have to go out of the business with the discussion of the bill.

do not admire Mary Rose Floyd, but this is the granting of aid has all been done; notice. It seems that fine clothes have their were it not for the heavy duties levied for The marriage of the
now let's have the roads built. Build them their The taxed for the recently divorced
masses are
owing chiefly to the fact that they are incapable quick, as did the managers of the Waycross good effect even in the prize ring. benefit support.of these particular individuals. The vulgar man and ephemeral Republican

of appreciating the beauty, depth of Railroad a year or so ago.-Tallahassee Cor New York is gradually becoming the item of charcoal iron is but a parallel to Senator from the rotten borough of Color- ;

feeling and tender pathos, also the wit and respondeneeSavannah News. home and headquarters of the Croesuses of numerous other items of the tariff. ado occurred at Willard's Hotel last night," ;

humor, throughout her writings. I never the country. At the same time literary The shrewd beneficiaries of protection se eand s
Valuable Orange Lands for Sale that the time is rapidly approaching was attended by the President. The '
read a more interesting and amusing story Tracts containing twenty acres each of people and artists are making it their camp the competition of Southern products will woman who was made the wife of the 4

than Branly Farm. Who could fail to choice, high'hammock land on Orange Lake, ing ground. Among the arrivals 5u townthis put an end to their spoliation of the people.To millionaire is a physical beauty, with face
laugh at '' and who suitable for growing and truck farm postpone their downfall is the object of
"Marthy An Kent? orange week was Mrs. Frances Hodgson Bur and form of almost ideal outline. She is of
offered for these virtual drones. It rests with the
could ing, are now sale. These landsare
'' refrain from smiling at"Fiddler Cot- very conveniently situated for transportation nett, the popular authoress of That .Lasso' people to say how much longer they are medium height, well-rounded figure and 22

tle? ,by water or rail, and will be sold on Lowries, Haworth," etc., and the well- willing to be despoiled.-Savannah News. years old. The President paid particular f

Of all the pleasant and entertaining terms to suit purchasers. Titles are un ues- known play *'Esmeralda." She goes to attention to the bride, and,just before he
writers for the Savannah News I tionable. Also valuable timber lands in and after that Livery Stable at a Bargain. $
WeeUy this will
Europe summer, left expressed a wish! for a rose from her
large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS ,
I offer
at a bargain entire establish
must confess I admire Mary Rose Floyd February 16,1882. Fernandina, Fla. probably make Gotham her permanentabidjng ment in this city, consisting my of Carriages, bouquet, which she quickly chose and

most, and hope another story will soon ap- place. New York is not alone the Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage handed him. i

pear from her pen. Florida ought to be Wanted.By proper place for a writer or an artist to live Horses, Harness, etc.

proud of such a writer. I am not personally a gentleman, some temporary employment in, but it is also the most profitable. It offers Terms of purchase, CASH. :Mental depression, weaknessof
at a moderate salary. Address, G. F. AVERY. muscu- ,
acquainted with this most charming au- Post-office Box 139. opportunities for the study of life and Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom lar system, general ill-health, benefited by"

thoress, but I hope she will continue to con- Fernandina, Fla., February 24,1883-2t. manners obtainable nowhere else except in Street Wharf. 46 using Brown's Iron Bitters. ,

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I fl J; t CHRIST IN'THE GARDEN. "Good heavens! did you ever see such a fatal indulgence.') Rather did I experience \ only the effect of dnrgpng my over-taxed And she, with clasped hands, and smiling
phiz!I" This plunged the iron more deeply that chronic sens'e of conscious delirium; of brain for a couple of.hours' disturbed reposeat through her tears whispered a hearftelt
hi !" POBIJSHED BY BEQUEST.: still into my sore and stricken soul. It almost demoniacal possession which is said i ibe most. Neither can I claim the merit! Amen !l"-Belgi avta.
rtG capped the climax, as it were. Within less to haunt .he"victim of opium in the latter oe resisting 'the tempter. Isiniply forgot it.
While nature was sinking in stillness) to rest, than a week I was forced to l leave my college, st.& e? of bis progress. It was as i if some good angel had spread an A DOUBLE DINNER.
a, The last beams of daylight grew dim in tbe and renounce all the fond and vain hopes One by one all my friends had reluctantly! invisible wing abound me. and my ev51 .
west which my friends and myself had built on "cut" him,whom they considered the tldlsjace ; genius had momen.xrily departed.
N t S O'er fields, by the moonlight, my wandering my university career.I of the family" I found myself alone Nest'morning I awoke early and more "e- : PRESENT.Tn ; .OFPROMINKSGEAKOSLI.STANCiWKEE
r-'i t feet now became desperate, and ;hrew myself i in the world. My ma v.ed sister; residing :..eshed than was my wont. None of vs!
1: into varous forms of solitary and unsocial m the south ,of France, had throughout Bailed to keep our appoan*ed tryst. Gentle the !large parlor of the New Haven
retreat., dissipation. Having inherited from a distant maintained an"affect; .iate and sympathetic reader, PS I cannot impart to you my own House l last evening there was a gathering of
relative a small legacy to enable me to cOtTespondence with her erring brother,and eyes wherewithal to see the incredible fact men well known throughout the city and
$ xtu .;, While passing a garden, I paused for to heart follow some liberal career, I squanderedaway now kindly urged me to spend a winter so shall I not complain of your ha"" npqs o* State who met to eat a dinner. The guests
A; A voice, faint and plaintive, from one that the'! whole capital; on attaining my season under,her roof. I accepted\ grater tJ- heart !f you withhold yot' belief om my wee S. W. Johnson, M. A., professor of
ra was there; majority with insane mess.- Having Jy; and, thanks her watchful influence, ba."*e assertion. Yet a wise n+an once said : theoretical and agricultural cherulstnr; Yale
t + The voice of the sufferer affected my heart, {thus reduced myself to the condition of regained for a while the mastery over my I be''eve it because: it is! incredible." For College ; R. F. Humiston, M. A., M. D., discoverer -
:; While i in agony, pleading the. poor sinner's the penniless prodigal, I gratefully accepted passion. But after a brief spell of reform we ten long years had I never orce dispensedwith of the food preservative Rex Mag
1 part. the offer of accompanying my family were again forced to separate; for fear of my ,sf'rrup-cup; on rising of a morning nus ; C. A. Lindsley! :M. D., professor of
abroad. publc scandal and a bad examp'e to the ; and yet it is a fact that my oblivion o" materia medica and therapeutics, dean of
l t ,h I listened a moment, then turned me to see Byron tells us that foreign travel is the household.The the previous evening was repeated on tbs ,he medical college and health officer of this
1 ,a What man of compassion the could mental stimulus next to ambition., port; A. E. Winchell, M. D., member of
tl t tt stranger strongest slopes.x the Maritime Alps, it is well very morn'r::: I leer ray morning daught.
be, failures and koown health-resorts *' .. board of health ; B. H. Cheney, M.D., member
Notwithstanding my repeated abound in for simmer my -; untouched on the, dre -
I saw, low, kneeling upon the cold ground, disappointments, I now clung to this last tourists. So soon, then, as I found m-- ",i:; table end soA"r.l ". \\" h a br sk siandsmilng of board of health ; Hon. H. B. Bigelow
The loveliest being that ever was found. forlorn hope of ridding myself, by a strong self once more: cast adrift, Iresoved: on seeing face to g'eet myf-'r compan governor of the State of Connecticut'e '
effort, seconded by the influence of novel j out the most remote and least frequented ions. I had again literally"! fo gotten nr c., etc.
His mantle was wet with the.dews of the and striking: scenes, of the incubus of self- of these:mountain fastness There it tenipo-ary re'Dedy-my afro+i'c poison I Es-Governor Bigelow was at the head of
t night; consciousness. I endeavored to counteractmy was my fixed'purpose to put a sure, a.id as Nay, more! encouraged: by the unobt.-rsne one table and Mayor Lewis the other.
;: '.c .. {t' His locks by pale moonbeams were shining personal deficiencies by adopting: various I hoped, speedy fi'nshingstroke to a useless] but ever-remedy syupail; ; '>v of my now constant The object of the gathering was to have a1'ac.cal
t and bright; modes of dress which I fancied most suitable and humiliating existence. In short I had companions, Ireve "oncere'iopsed: ino: test of the merit of Professor Hum-
His eves, bright as diamonds, to heaven wererais'd ;for the purpose, regardless: of fashion or ex- deliberately determined on perpetrating r'- my forme- habits of icess during the whole iston's food" preservative, known as Rex: ..
t Y pense, so long as I still had the family purse coholic suG de. On the extreme i' oniera; of the eosu'ng week. Having::> house en- Magnus, the recently-discovered erect '
: y'' .d Whilst angels in won r stood round him 1 studied substi.ute for ice, h i;, gait or alcohol in
to resort to. my imperfect enunciation of France and Piedmont, perched tome rely to ourselves, for the season was row
amazed. for hours together in my room and seven thousand feet above the sea-leve Ik far! advanced, we naturally! became insepa-r- preserving meat for an indefinite time in all
before my glass, fancying myself a comedian a narrow plateau, or mountain ledge, commanding able. Together we enjoyed our daily wa'ks seasons or climates. It was a very fine
v While offering to heaven his pitying prayer, p-eparing for his! debut, or an M. P. rehearsng an extensive and-almost unriva'ed and excursions, sha-'ed fiiesamemeusheld dinner of a number of courses,and pre aed
; He spake of the torment the sinner must his maiden speech. To combat my shyness prospect: bear ; I consulted an experienced medical Dame de la Fenetre front a window-like; confidential t te.t e in a snuj corner of so to speak. The meat chicken, eels,
S.v.If His life as a ransom he offered to give, whom I described ; fish, oysters and quail, tu-key and beefsteak
practitioner, to fully my aperturein an overhanging mountain, whicha f he public sittno room. It caused none of
That sinners, redeemed, in glory might live. and who recommended were handed to each grest on two plates-a
i' abnormal symptoms, pious tradition attributes to the miraculous us the least surprise when, a.t the weeks'
So his me to try colored spectacles.For passage the Blessed Virgin, bearing thein- end, we felt as if we had never been strangers sample: of each part of the co 'Se on each.
deep was fervent his
r knew which
;t1 prayer. No one had been treated
I what added to contusion the with
in the site each
C That down his bosom rolled blood my was fant Jesus her arms. On of her to other.
on sweat
and tears fact that whenever people chanced to lookat resting-place, below this mountain,a chapelhas To one of us, at least, the idea of part'ng. the preservative except young Mr. Mosely,
; me the nervous twitching and scared been erected, consecrated to the cult of perhaps fo1 ever, became almost insuppo-ta- and, as it turned out, most of the guesses as
I wept to behold him, I asked him his
name which had been fresh
to bought in
a: :. t M He answered, "TJs Jesus, from heaven I expression of my eye naturally attracted; the Madonna. It attract" thousands of pilgrims ble. Forgetting my former presentiment, I and which had been
!I'f their attention; and caused them to stare from the distant towns and villages, bad now become a prey io the daily incubus procured a long time
: came
vhe harder. But it was all to no purpose; both of France and Italy, on the 16th of of an impending; farewell. Yet was not in before and submitted to the preservative
is. ;pj; l I am thy Redeemer, for you I must die, my fatality still clung to me wherever I August, the Festa of the Assumption. Here love. Long since bad I taught myself the treatment were wrong. Some of the fleshy
i 2 r tt Sf t The cup is most bitter but cannot pass by, went. My voice, indeed, grew stronger and is also a modest but comfortable auberge.for bitter lesson that celibacy, in its dreariest viands had been 28 days waiting to be
Thy sins like a mountain are laid upon me, more emphatic under the severe training of the accommodation of tbe nurnerou0 aspects and phases, was nr y preordained lot.I cooked, this .foggy weathe being as unfavorable -
Demosthenic exercises. But its inherent tourists who visit this romantic and salubrious than what as any could be for keeping bem
And all this deep anguish I suffer for thee." my was more society calls a det
defects became proportionately more marked spot during the brief summer -eason.I rime'htal"-I was literally! "an impossible. good, while that prepared for comparisonwas
L1.. I heard with deep sorrow the state of his and offensive. My green or: blue gogglesfor took up my abode in this little hostelry ." Such, at least, was the stern judgment procured in market a day before the
t woe, I tried every variety and shade of color in the month of July, 18-, with the full expectation which my self-sc'atinizjng consciencehad dinner, and was from the New Haven House

,. While tears like fountain of wat.erdd! flow. -only served to metamorphose my queer- of ending my days there, and at finally} and ivevonabiv pronounced icebox.H. .
: : The cause of his sorrow, to hear him repeat, looking phi, into an exquisite model for a no distant date. Meanwhile, I held doggedly against myself. :My morbid; sensitivenessand P. Hubbard, proprietor of the International -
." :: -{ So affected my heart that I fell at his feet.. carnival mask. aloof from all intercourse, save with quick self-consciousness-bad! as it were, Newspaper Agency, projected the
i' ...4'Z To give one illustration among a hundred : the rough but kindly and honest folks who b -a'+ced nie, to my own eyes, with the sties entertainment, meaning that there shouldbe
'. .i 't I trembled with horror and loudly did c-y, One summer's evening we were standingon supplied my daily needs. But to no purpose m?-the bitter brow-mark-of asocial; Cain. a critical test of the value of ProfessorHumiston's
'; r t Lord, save a poor sinner! 01! save, or I die. the terrace of the far-famed Righi above dM I invoke death. I could neither But the eyes of love are p--overblaUy! bandaged great discovery. The latter
'. I He smiled when he caw me; he said to me, the lake of Lucerne watching the sunset. live no die. At last, strangely enough, a : or rather love beholds its object gentleman has foryears been experimenting,
r t! 1 Live- For a single half hour of rapture the com- sudden revulsion of feeling took possessionof through colored spectacles. and for the last three with a view of findinga

C .:- H. ; Thy sins wlrch are many I freely forgive." bined influences of the glorious panorama me. Hope, as it were, even against hope, I The last evening had arrived that: we were preservative agent for fresh meat. That
+ ',1' completely absorbed the sense of my painful seemed to revive me. Again I hankered to spend together, and I proposed a farewell he has been successful, Professor Johnson
...'.;., : i How sweet was that moment, he bade men subjectivity. Ah could I but have kept after life, and aspired to a more normal ex visit to the Lake of the Col a favorite place averred last night. His account of his experiments
; rejoice; my spirit to that flight!I" But my demonwas istence. of resort for tourists. A brief half hours was exceedingly interesting.
Jj\\' ":_} How. sweet were his srai'es, how charming at my elbow. Not long after I happened Reader, do you believe in presentiments ? walk from the auberge brought us thither. Taking fresh mutton, pork,chickens, white-
:. :: .r his voice. ;io be walking up and down the now deserted Hitherto I had been a sceptic, and proud of Never was a more lovely aui.umnal evening.All fish, etc., they were dipped on February 1st
...' :,A ::1'' I flew from the garden to spread it abroad ; plateau with my sister, expatiating my scepticism, in all matters savoring of three sat down silently oa f the shoe, for Twenty-four hours in the preservative,
; .,/ I shouted salvation, and glory to God! on the beauties of the surrounding land spiritual or extra-material agency. But nat- side by side. No one uttered a word for and the meat could not be distinguishedwhen
.'! I II scape. Suddenly we were overtaken by two ural instinct will revenge itself from timeto some minutes; each of us thought the more. cooked from that freshly killed. The
I,"r. t THE ODD-LOOKING MAN young Englishmen, tourists like ourselves time upon even the most stubborn of A light shower had fallen a little while be- claim of Professor Humiston is that the
." ': .1 whom we had not hitherto taken notice of. unbelievers. In a moment I fell a victimto fore, and the distant mountain: range was preservative kills the germs of decay, is
'. .;'.t f f.: It is just thirty years to-day since we were As they passed by one of them exclaimedto credulity ; I felt a vague but none the still spanned by the faint arch of a rainbow.We tasteless, harmless (he drinks a tumbler full
,., j all seated at the table cCMte of a fashionable his companion in a sort of stage whisper, less positive assurance of some event aboutto looked long at it, and at each other alternately at a time). and keeps meat sweet and good
., {! hotel in Venice. We," means my father, "By Jove J now we have seen something befall me which was destined to change and speechlessly. The stilness at for months. There are four ways ot'Ylsing
,i worth at. For the life of I of whole life. Of its it, namely, by dipping the meat in the pre-
}. mother, sister and self. The two former are looking me the current my precise last became oppressive, for there is a silence
,\.', long since departed this life. :My sister, a couldn't keep my eyes off that odd-looking nature I had not even a glimpse, but it wasa which, like darkness, may be felt The servative twenty-four hours ; by putting a
;. ;,1 f : young lady traveling for educational purposes fellow's face all the time we were suppose strange fancy connected with hopefulness I spell was broken by Sylvia. cloth around the meat wet with it ; by injecting -
'r : or, as old John Dickens would have to be watching the sunset!I" rather.;than misgiving. Did I not already "How beautiful is yonder rainbow!1" she the veins, and by exhausting the air
In moment all the sweet and loving know 'the worst? said. in a tight vessel when the preservative is
., : r ;' said, to consolidate her modern languages a single Surely any change, no
...' z and music," is now a wife and mother. I influences of that divine vision faded matter what, must be welcome to me Nev- Yes," I murmured, half unconsciously ; applied. :Meat so preserved keeps in summer
i. t' had just finished my terms at Oxford, and, out of my mind. I can suggest no better ertheless at the outset I strove to stifle it as I "and just as yonder brilliant arch melts as well as winter. Samples treated in Bos-
; :1:' as we all fancied we should benefit by a comparison than that of a man suddenly the promptings of a childish superstition ; away into the dusk of the gloaming, so shall ton in April were found sweet and good in
\ 1 iii :: change of air and scene we set out for a waked out of a dream of paradise by the or yet, more probably, a system of mental the brighter hues of my present life fade November. Families the can now buy their
1. .11? twelve-months' continental tour. In due scathing scoff of a Mephistopheles. Again I deterioration, perhaps, even of a brain-soft- again into the utter darkness of the past." fresh meat by carcass and use at con-
;:,:1 I', season we reached Venice, where I overheard felt myself under the ban of my fellow- ening. Despite all my efforts it would whisper "Yet," she whispered, edging unconsciously the venience cost, of saving the, by buying at :Milk wholesale and,
'f' ; the remark which suggested t.he.bead- creatures. Again I doubted of heaven and in my ear, like a still voice, day and nearer to me, "there is a beautiful old preservative.
exhibited at the dinner Professor
., .:.oj" ing of the present article. Our vis-d-vis was humanity night. Greek fable which represents Iris as the cream which had been by for
1 :;; :'. an English clergyman with his family, Reader, pity and pardon me for I invent One morning I woke with this idea more chosen messenger of the gods to mankind, Johnson, and It kept weeks,
1 I'. whom we then met for the first time on our nothing, but am telling a plain unvarnishedtale vividly impressed on my mind than ever; the divine harbinger of hope and love. was palatable of sweet. in costs not one-
-: J'I" travels. The eldest daughter, glancing -" an o'er true story." and, at a late hour, as usual, rose and The last monosyllable fluttered a little, I tenth a cent a pound application to
the of the of this
f d stealthily at her opposite neighbor, and On our return to England I had to mourn dressed for my solitary midday meal. I thought, on her lip, and caused me instinct price meat perfect anti-
#? .:, s!, with difficulty repressing a smile, whispered the loss of an affectionate mother, who died heard strange voices in the adjoining room, ively to raise my face to hers. She slightly I I septic.Professor Johnson after his
I "1'r rf audibly enough in her father's ear: What almost heart-broken at the failure of all the and clearly distinguished the unwonted accents changed color, and in that single glance I said The detailing of the ex-
i': ; I a strange-looking young man that is facing hopes she had built on her first-born, and, of ray native tongue. Two English read the oracle of a woman's eye. Yet, even periments various meats, was: preservation satisfactory." In )
t -. us." as was generally supposed, her favorite ladies had bespoken rooms for a week's stay. then, my conscience smote me, and I shrank the of steak very of which eaten
f case a some was
1 } Only a few days had elapsed since such an and recoiled from accepting the full inter-
.. : ; r Hereupon paterfamilias, putting his quiz- child. Henceforward I resolved to bury by the guests, it had not at first been sub
,- ; zing glass to his eye,and staring deliberately) myself in my books, and turn my back, announcement would have failed to awakenthe pretation. Involuntarily clasped her hand, jected to treatment, but after dipping in the
: at the of the remark exclaimed faintest, interest in my mind. The case and passionately exclaimed : .
t; object emphatically once for all, on a world which had hitherto solution it became sweet and
}\ "He is was otherwise now. I felt sudden cravingfor Sylvia! would to Heaven we had never was hung up
J *fl t li| : indeed an odd-looking greeted me only with contempt and ridicule. to await the cooking.The .
congenial intercourse with unknown met or met never more to part. Nature has
t f" fellow For nearly a year or two I steadfastly my well pleased with the
guests appeared
'I' '1 4\' The victim of these unflattering observations hered to this plan, when it was temporarily fellowcountrywomen.To endowed you with her choicest gifts and result of the tests, and ate their dinner with
H i .J< was myself! I have always been what suspended by one of those mysterious brace my nerves for the interview I graces of mind and person-whereas I-0 gusto. In fact they could not tell which of
: a cockney would call a rum un to look chances which occasionally befall the most drank more deeply than usual, but the ex- God !1" I cried, in an outburst of passionand the viands had been preserved. The Rex
fl.... at." Perhaps no other definition would unobtrusive and secluded of lives. So with citement of an anticipation secured to me resentment against my fate, "why hast Magnus is to revolutionize the question of
j ; ; suit me as well. I am not, strictly speaking, myself. I made the acquaintance, quite the full possession of all ray faculties. I entered Thou made me thus, and cursed me with food supply, rendering meat free from taint
i. The Ugly :Man "neither am I" The Lean accidentally, with a young lady of personal the salon ; the two ladies, seated at the Tantalus gift of a brain to conceive anda of anything hurtful, ,and keeping it to be
,:. ;. :Man," "The Fat :Man," "The Short Man," attractions, and yet more remarkable talents. the window, .were silently admiring the heart to crave after that which my bodily consumed at the pleasure of the consumer.
: : I : or The Tall Man." My features, individually Circumstances threw us much together; andI prospect. In a foreign land in general, and presence and speech "eternally forbid me to Extensive works at Salem, :Mass., have
j ; q( : are neither plain nor unprepossessing. soon began, for the first time in my life in an out-of-the-world place like that in I hope for and realize? been purchased and fitted with proper ma-
.. .: ..i'I Yet the ensemble i there is the rub to realize the tender passion. Strange to which I was now staying in particular, the Uttering this wild imprecation rather than chinery, and the Rex Magnus will enter
'. (r;/ t There is a screw loose somewhere. Figuratively say. the feeling was reciprocated ; and, with sight of a fellow-countryman is welcome. prayer, I hid my face in my hands, and into all kinds of food, and therefore will be
f t.i ; the shoe pinches. But had my misfortunes the approbation of our mutual families a Within half an hour we were on terms of buried my short-lived hopes in the lowest absolutely pure. The capital stock of the
'Irt t been confined to a general peculiarity day was fixed for our union. But whether cordial intimacy. The two ladies stood in depths of despair. is $6,000,000 all of which is held
company ,
u ':''i.: t f' of appearance, I should certainly through accident or a dispensation of Provi- relation of aunt and niece. The former, How long I remained thus I know not, by gentlemen of means in and around
; \ I"\ have kept my own counsel, and, so to speak, dence, an unexpected hitch occurred at the though somewhat advanced in life, was stilla but a ray of light suddenly flashed upon my Boston.-New Haven (Conn.) Journal.
: 1\ }1.1: consumed my own smoke with the pipe of eleventh hour. Suspicions were awakenedof comely dame. The years of the latter eyes and I felt both my hands gently but
,, r a philosopher. But it was far more than a loose screw somewhere. And, finally, could barely have reached a quarter of a I firmly clasped in those of her I dared not
: t. ,:'t this. Hereditary predisposition had bet I was compelled.by stress of circumstances, century. Without any pretensions to regu- I love. Then a whisper, soft and low, yet THE IMPORTANT PERIOD OF
? ,Ii I queathed to me a threefold idiosyncrasy. to make a clean breast of it, and the engage- lar beauty of features Sylvia, for such was : clear as a crystal bell, fell on my ear: Tome MANS LIFE
: l i Speechi person and nervous organization ment was amicably terminated. Iwill only her name, was undeniably prepossessing, at least, since the first evening we met, From the age of forty to that of sixty, a
"\\t .' I ;j i ike out of 'tune. The early consciousness add that this lady, eminently fitted by her and an intellectual and amiable type of you have"never once been The OddLooking man who properly regulates himself may
#! ; of these failings rendered me, talents to shine in the social sphere, subsequently countenance'proved a faithful index to her Man. be considered in the prime of life. His
t:; : : from childhood, shy and sensitive to a degree made a worldly and better-assorted moral and mental qualities. Both were ev- On our way back to the inn. the fresh mature strength of constitution renders him
,, 1 ; which more healthily-constituted: persons marriage, and is now the mother of a numerous idently women of culture and refinement.On chimes of the Angelus came floating upward almost impervious to the highest attacks.of
yr; Ii, could scarcely imagine; as I grew to family. this memorable evening,w hicb markeda from" the belfry of"the little chapel below. disease, and all the functions are in order.
4 I: t :; boyhood and youth. these feelings became Relapsing once more into silence and soli- new epoch in-the lives of two of the party, It reminds me", I said, "of a distant peal Having gone a year or two past sixty, how-
r,u' 1' ", 11'j I more intensified, and when I reached my tude, I pursued my favorite studies to the the truth of the adage, "In vino veritas: of'.wedding"bells. ever, he arrives at the critical period of ex-
!4 rf\ eighteenth year I was literally unable to detriment of my physical health, hitherto was strikingly exemplified. In the course To me, she replied, "it seems rather istence. The riverof death flows before him
S' fio ill ,f frequent places of public resort and amusement excellent. The doctors unluckily prescribed of conversation my companions expressed a like the"choru of souls eternally, wed d ed in and he remains at a standstill. But athwart
; t't !: or even to enjoy a quiet daily walk stimulants, and with the unlooked-for result natural though well-bred curiosity to learn heaven. this river is a viaduct, called the Turn
a : without undergoing positive torture. My that I, who, up to my thirtieth year, the motives which could have prompted an of Life," which, if turned in safety, leads to
f. I'I l friends failed not to misjudge me, and attributed had been remarkably abstemious, and, indeed educated: Englishman, like myself, to seek a On the anniversary of that day, ten years the valley of "Old Age," around which the
,1 :( t I to me, most unjustly, a, morose and a water-drinker during the early part living tomb in these mountain solitudes. later, a married couple, with three healthy, river winds, and then flows without a doubtof
..f I misanthropical disposition. I was thus, by of my life, now, speedily became a con- My heart, which had so long borne the bur happy-looking children,alighted,from mule- causeway to affect its passage. The bridgeis
'Ii i a sort of fatality, deprived of the natural firmed tippler, not to say an "habitual den of its silent seal, burned within me, andI back, at the inn of the Madonna della Fines- however, constructed of fragile materials,
Pt :'.:i; sympathies and counsel of those who were drunkard 1" I do not attempt self justification spoke its secret sorrows unreservedly. Lit- tra. Evidently English, they yet seemed no and it depends on how it is trodden whetherit
9 ;. .I;,'! nearest and dearest to me. In due season nor dare I allege moral irresponsibility. tle by little I unfolded the sad story of my strangers to the place, though the inmatesof bend or break. Gout, apoplexy, and other
t' ; I my school days, which had been hourly torture I can only plead extenuating circum- whole past life. I spoke the truth the whole the house failed to recognize them ; if it bad maladies are also in the vicinity to way-
.. d 'f'i: .I ,,to me, whether in class-room or playground stances. All I can affirm is that an abnormal truth, nothing but the truth. And my con- were not that the aubergiste remarked casually lay the traveler and thrust him from the
1\ '\ l' came to an end. Impelled) by nervous organization, from the very fidence was amply repaid by the rapt attention to his wife, "that the stranger remindedhim pass ; but let him gird up his loins and pro-
t, ,, { natural ambition, and complying with the outset of this new phase of my life, found and unaffected sympathy of my listeners. of a guest of theirs some ten years ago. vide himself with perfect composure. To
'..'" wishes of my parents, I boldly resolved tof instant and inexpressible relief from copious Nordid I omit timid reference to that But," added he, the other was a queerlooking quote a metaphor, the "turn of life" has a
I c :f i risk the ordeal of a university life, with a alcoholic libations. Rather, perhaps, it was strange'foreshadowing of a coming crisis in fellow, quanta vial, and never seemed to turn either to a prolonged walk or into the
: 4 : faint hope-heaven save the mark!-of the substitution of onelbase of temporary my life which had lately taken so mysterious be in his sober sense-like, night or day, till grave. The system and power having reached
l. : eventually embracing the clerical profession. insanity for how often and a hold of my imagination. To my sur- the last week he spent with a couple of their utmost expansion now begin to close,
hY ''.4 II 3 So I entered my name at a college, and in how fatally have I practically parodied the prise they expressed less incredulity than I English ladies, the younger of whom was his like the flowers at sunset, or break down at
.! 'i i f due time presented myself for matriculation. 'Shakesprean aphorism : There's a pleasure anticipated. Each, in turn, narrated some "inamorata." This Englishman, however, once. One injudicious stimulant, a single
i. t !II t Alas! my amour proprl was destined at the in [alcoholic] madness none but [alco- startling story of a kindred character,drawn looks as if he had never tasted a drop of good fatal excitement, may force it beyond its
"' ttl' outset to be rudely shaken. Chancing to holic] madmen know !I" My constitution from personal experience or founded on the liquor for the last ten years of his life, be- strength, whilst a careful supply of props
encounter beneath the gateway of my col- gradually gave way, until a chronic state of testimony of reliable friends and acquaintances sides being tante volte a more decent-looking and the withdrawal of all that tends to forcea
J.t I t .. lege a merry group of my fellow-gownsmen, nervous exaltation was finally capped by a in proof of the credibility of presenti- fellow altogether than Paltry poverino." plant will sustain it in its beauty and vigor
1 one of them, eyeing me askance, audibly smart fit of delirium tremens. Providenti- ments in general. Not till a late hour in The same evening, when the stranger and until night has nearly set .-Herald of
it: expressed a hope that "that odd-looking ally rallying out of the jaws of death, I the evening did we part company, with.the his family were sitting down to dinner, the Health.
,'i r' I; M: .I! fellow didn't intend to come there !I" This made repeated vows of abstemiousness and mutual promise to meet early next morningfor Angelus rang out as usual, its sweet and
,F r. was no flattering welcome, on the part o even abstinence. But I was continually ref a stroll before breakfast.I simple hymn. Then turning fondly towardhis Constipation, liver and kidney diseasesare
.t Alma Mater to one so sensitive and self-con lapsing. The latter stages were even worse do not pretend to explain the phenomenon wife, he said : "My Sylvia! my Provi- cured by Brown's Iron Bitters, which
t scious as myself. than the former. I lost all relish for study, but that night I went to bed, for the dence this is the tenth anniversary of the enriches the blood, and strengthens the
But worse still was to follow. While undergoing and spent days and weeks in a lethargicstate first time .in ten years, without my usual day when we hailed in those evening chimes whole system.
the preliminary examination in. verging on moral paralysis. It was night-cap." Yet there stood the fatal nar- the benison of Heaven on our betrothal. 1
P, the college hall-of which, in point of neither the dreamy paradise of the lotus cotic by my bedside, powerful enough to Now let us hear in them a renewed benedic- Demand it, and take not other iron prepa-
,' ,, scholarship, I had little dread-one of my eater, nor even the ecstatic hallucinations of plunge most men into a Lethean torpor of tion on our yet happier wedded life and be- ration except Brown's Iron Bitter's. It is the
., fellow-freshmen remarked to his neighbor: the opium eater in the earlier stages of his twenty-four hours' duration, but which had loved offsprings!" best.


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ri TIlE SUPREME COURT. HEAD-NOTES OF DECISIONS OF Groceries. Provisions, Ship Chandlery etc.

CASE. JANUARY TERM, A. D. 1883. *11>e Bat,Cleanest and H. E. 1i
The following opinion in the Georgia Fred. L. Hickox, Appellant' vs. B. L. Anderson rio.it Economical: HairDressing i

Railroad w. The Railroad Commission in- Appellee cambia County.. .t's BeTir/nmstoEesiore It.I
junction case, affirming the constitutionality VAN VALKESBURGH, J. : aVne youthful color to _
of the commission acts, was handed down 1. In an action forthe conversion of speci 1c = vK&T.. oc and$i sizes grey atin'jrjristt ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT: OF
by Justice Crawford in the Supreme Courtat property, if the defendant fail to deny, upon == .,

AJlanta on Tuesday : demand, made, his possession of such |property i-e: Fiarestun *-* *
Cologne -+
such denial will be regarded as an admission -
Railroad et al. Smith et al.,
Georgia vs. ,
Railroad Commissioners, et at. Refusalof by him of such, possession, and in '11 ,,.. A new mud mill'la-tiii-f rxrrvilinglr perfume.frarrnut { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES T
injunction, from Fulton. Railroad, the absence of any evidence to the contraryon Yin 55 aml'-ic. } _
Constitutional, Officers, Charters, Cor- the trial, is sufficient to sustain the action -
porations. notwithstanding a general denial in PAIKEk'sGINGER 1* :* *

the pleading.
CRAWFORD, J. : 2. When the evidence is not conflicting, 1
1. The object of the constitutional provision the plaintiff having made out his case, the TONIC EMBRACING NEA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

conferring power upon the Legislatureto defendant failing: to introduce any evidenceto .
regulate railroad freights and passenger controvert, and the verdict being; squarely FANCY IMPORTED sl
tariffs, to prevent.unjust discrimination and in opposition to all the evidence and the A Pore Family Medicine that Never Intoxicates. GROCERIES.ONLY 1.

require reasonable and just freights and tariffs charge of the court, a new. trial will be If you are a mechanic or farmer, __''t k
worn out with
and making it the duty of the Legislature granted.Judgment. overwork or a mother run down by family house- SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED: : AS
to pass Jaw .furtherance of this pro- reversed and a new trial hold duties try PARKER'S GINGER TONIC. '-i

vision, was to give .pro ,er, protection to the awanled. If you are a lawyer,minister or business man exhausted :-
citizens against unjust .rates for the transportation J. C. Avery and W. A. Blount for appellant !? by mental strain anxious cares do not PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
i of"'freights'' and passengers over ; J. P. Jones and G. A. Stanley, for"appellee. take intoxicating stimulants, but,use. PARKER'S _
the railroads of.the-Stat, and to prevent GINGER TONIC.If .
unjust di discrimination even though the you have Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Kidney or ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF ,
,. rates might be just. It was not expectedthat Artbvr D. Basnett. Plaintiff i in Error, vs. Urinary Complaints, or ifyou are troubled with any Is' :
disorder ,
of the lungs stomach bo wets! ,blood
'the Legislature should do more than The City of Jacksonville, Defendant in or nerves > #- ;
you can be cured by PARKER'S GINGER-Tome. .5
laws to accomplish the end in view. Error-Duval Couuty.WESTCorx Ie from IJNE I TEAS AND COFFEES
pass you are wasting away age, dissipation or I Ji i
to enter into thede- J. *
required :
Nor were they : any disease or weakness: and require a stimulant take
tails of settling freights and tariffs over all 1. Where a section of a law is amended by GINGER TONIC at once; it will invigorate and build _
the railroads in the S.tate. The railroad an enactment that it-" shall read: as follows." Iou up from the first dose but will never intoxicate. ,; ,/
commissioners are officers appointed to"car the Amendment desired following,. the sub saved hundreds of lives it may save yours. THE BEST GOODS. OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PRO CUBED. ::I' !

ry into. execution the laws passed by the stituted section becomes for all purposesin m.HISCOX dollar sizes ft CO., at.all H3 dealer William:in medicine St., New York.. Me. and ,I ':
constitutional officers. the future the named section of the
Legislature, and are o-- GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE.Grocerie's .
(a.) The powers of the railroad commis- ;inal act and a subsequent amendment of NEW GOODS Received by Steamer.
sioners are not legislative. The power to the same section' of the original act by an Every.
adopt rules and regulations to carry into effect enactment that it shall "read PS follows," *3iII
a law already passed differs from a toe amendment desired following, operates and Provisions.

power to enact the law, 91 111., 357; Tilly vs. to repeal all of the section amended whichis Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FEIt.VANDINA, FLA.
Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad; not embraced in the amendment. : B. NOYES, .
U. S. Circuit Court, Southern District of 2. The amendment of vhe sectionof the (Successor to W. A. SANBOKN) !
Georgia, (pamph. headnotes, Septemberterm general act creating a system of municipal Real Estate.
1880)); 94 U. S., 113, 155, 164. government (Section 23, Chap. 1688 Laws), Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WH"LB ALB AND RBTAIL.1 .

2. Acts of incorporation granting exclu- which grants the power to municipal! corporations GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP STORES
sive privileges to the corporators are alwaysto to tax for general municipal pur- 05O .

be strictly construed, and whatever is poses so as to take away such powel, de- CHOICE WINES AND.. IQUOBS, HAY, GRAIN, o THE FLORIDA
not expressly given therein or not necessa- stroys the power to levy a tax for such
Corner of Second and Centre
rily implied therefrom, is withheld. 27 Pa. general purposes. The power and du ,y to Streets, near o ,
St., 336; 97 U. R., 659.a. levy and collect a tax for the payment of Steamboat Landing, N TOWN IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY.:
( .) The 12th section of the charter of the the principal and interest ofthe outstandingbonds FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
Georgia Railroad & Banking Company was still exists by virtue of Section 20 of .a ; I
as follows: THat the said Georgia Railroad the original Act, Chap. 1638 Laws, which is Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. ,

Company shall, at all times, have the exclusive not repealed or amended by subsequent Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in & A. B. NOTES ; Fernandina, '
large quantities.
right of transportation or convey- legislation. .
ance of persons, merchandise and produceover 3. Under Section 4, Chap. 151, Laws, authorizing Agent for Hazard :Manufacturing Compa- i Towns on R. R. Line
the railroad and railroads to be by a judgment declaring an assess- ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the -DEALER IN- ==
them constructed while they see fit to exer- ment not lawfully made the judgment to best in the world. And Cedar Ke y.
cise the exclusive right; provided that the be entered is an unqualified judgment, and Agent for B. F. AVERY'S CELEBRATEDPLO 02EH e+

charge of transportation conveyance shall where a part of the assessment is illegal anda WS.Local Family Supplies c S i
not exceed fifty cents per hundred poundson part legal, the general judgment is that Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- ,
heavy articles and ten cents per cubic the assessment is not lawfully made. It VILLE. 33
foot on articles of measurement, for every cannot be that a part is lawful and a part isUegal. HEAVY GROCERIES, g== to Lessees and Purchasers a large y

hundred miles, and five cents per mile far ; Building Material N number of the most eligible and desirable $
every passenger. Judgment reversed. P- ,
Held that the exclusive right granted by Cockrell & Walker for plaintiff error ; and Grain r.nI..ots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
this section was the right of transportationor John Earle: ILv..Tidge, for defendant in Hay ,

conveyance of persons merchandise and error. BRICK, LIME, HAIR, O City or Suburban Residences, r r t
produce over the railroad and railroads tobe ;
by them constructed. The State did not Sarah A. Stewart, Appellant, vs. John 0. PLASTER CEMENT / SHIP STORES/ CDO
contract with the company to guarantee to Matthews, Appellee-Marion County. ; = UPON EASY TERMS.
it the exclusive right to charge the maxi- RANDALL, C. J, : SHINGLES,
mum rates named. 11 Peters, 544: ; 50 Ga., 1 A deed of conveyance of land is good Furniture, PiSO
620; 49 Id., 151 ; 40 E. C. L., 298, 319: 42 between parties though not proved or acknowledged DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. ': Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to > ii
Id., 496; 46 Id., 2345.b. for record, and though neither 55I Stoves 1 2
( .) Such a contract cannot be reached by paity is in possession. PAINTS OILS, ETC e'.. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- I
construing the proviso in this section, nor 2. A deputy clerk signing a tax deed A. cc '
is this the office of a proviso. 15 Peters, B., Clerk by'C. D., deputy cannot properly -AT- Paints, rial enterprises, who will erect on the property ;

423 ; 1 Barn & Add., 99; 3 Comyn's Dig., sign as an attesting witness to the executionof O Crockery, y purchased substantial '
"conditions" (A 2)) ; Coke's Littleton, 203b the deed. He simply witnesses his own improvements r
( ) Bouv. L. Dis., "proviso" 399. signature to the deed. CL CC l
; Hardware, M.+ for residence, or in which to conduct their
Judgment affirmed. 3. A deed purporting to convey land, executed SECOND: ; STREET, Near Centre. I
Hall, J., concurred in the judgment on by a daughter a former owner now Willow-ware..S business.
special grounds. deceased and intestate, is effectual to convey
Joseph B. Gumming A. R. Lawton, for her interest as an heir-at-law, though the C. H. HUOT, = INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
plaintiff in error; Clifford Anderson, At- estate of the deceased has not heen admin-

torney-General, Mynatt & Howard, for de istered. The title passes subject to valid DEALER INCHATDI1PJI- O e: by exemption for a term of years fromO .
fendant. claims of creditors. H
4. A conveyance! of the"South onefourthof = = taxation, offered by the several cities and

The Western Union Telegraph Company vs. the southeast quarter" of a section is not M ...P I
Blanchard, Williams & Co., Assumpsit- void for uncertainty of description. H towns. Apply to .

Muscogee. 5. Where by a will two persons are namedas O CHAS. W. LEWIS, ,

SPE :B. J.-Defendant in error delivered to that executors of them and refused the probate to record shows letters II It FrmaskastlieW I t \ \ p" P-Office cor.Beach &7th sts., Fernandina.
plaintiff in error at Columbus Ga., a tele- one qualify, Groceries, Hardware, < I ;
testamentary be issued to the other as
graphic message to be sent to New York, in may
sole executor, and a deed executed by himas
these words : Cover two hundred Sep'ember -
and one hundred August." The message such, pursuant to a power contained in AND ,
as delivered by plaintiff In error in the will, carries the title.
New York was : "Cover two hundred Sep- 6. A will authorized; the executors to sell Second Street,
tember, two hundred August." By reason at public or private sale"all my lands on
of the error defendants in error suffered Orange Lake, in :Ma-ion county, known as vie FERNANDINA FLA.
damage, for which? they brought suit. the McCormick plantation. Proof that a ScH-
certain lot was occupied, fenced and used by ALL
1. It being shown that the sent
message FERNANDINA TE are tested; only the best sent out.
by defendant in error was changed in its :McCormick, the decedent, in connection Grain and Farm Seed Manual;History and best methods '
transmission, the burthen was on plaint'ffin : with other land adjoining, lying on Orange of culture of Grains Root Crops, Grasses, Fodder Crops Tree $
PlantinA" etc. only lOcts. Annual Catalogue Price list of
error to show that it had exercised proper Lake, and on which he resided, is com- several Thousand varieties, FREE.. POOR SEEDS. WA
diligence about the business of such petent to show whether the lot was'considered [{ STEAM ] [{ SAW'MILL] { :]} SIBUY'SS EDS HIRAM SBBLEY & CO Rochester, N.Y. ChicagoHI.

transmission. In this case the agent of the by him to be a part of his plantation, _,*
'* *> #> .
and which he intended should be sold. u
telegraph company shows by his evidence -- --- ------
that the error was his own, and the result 7. A conveyance by an executor under a
"of the operation of unconscious menial ac power of sale contained in a will, to a pur- C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, CUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF s 1
tion." Against such unconsciousness"the chaser for a valuable consideration, is good liiMMiNlBar. INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE, BILIOUSNESS;
law gives redress; when loss results there against a former grantee whose deed was handLumber DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH
from. not recorded and who was not in possession, HAS constantly on COSTIVENESS, ENLARGED SPLEEN COLIC &C.

2. Any rule or regulation of the telegraph the purchaser having no actual o- constructive .J.B.Graves.Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," J. R. Johnson M, D., of Abbeville, Miss. Ang. I '
company which seeks to relieve from notice of'f he former deed or of any claimof $&- by Cargoes. I Memphis,Tenn. says: 1 received a package: of your 11.1882, says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical
pe"- right under it. I Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It College,and have practiced thirty-five! years. I use t
forming its duty, belonging to the employment I works like a charm. want no better Liver Regulator your medicine in my practice. It is not only a good
with integrity: skill and diligence 8. Where a cause is tried before a practicing Office on Second Street. v 1 cHOUSEFURNISHING' I and certainly no more of Zeilin's mirtnre. Liver Medicine,but it Is a sovereign remedy for iax.
contravenes public policy as well as the attorney, as a referee, who has a Rev.E.A.Hnffins,Franklin.Kr.I Rev.J. S.' .IeasleYiof Summertoo
S a,Jan. nsed Zeil +
I Aug.82 says: It is the best medi- !
law, and under it the party at fault cannot complete record of the proceedings, including I cine I have overtaken in my life. It S in's preparation! : a great deal but find! I
SOCK refuge. If it became necessary for the the testimony, his rulings, exceptionstherct.o GOODS I is curing me of Dyspepsia.Send me your medicine altogether superior j. 4 1 ,
I another package. Mast have it. in its effect on the cystem.The best
attested filed with the
company in transmitting messages with integrity duly pleadings Rev. J. L. Brittain, of Blonntsville. Dr. S. Mansfield, Wholesale Druggist, Memphis!, .s
skill and diligence to secure accuracy i and papers,, in the case, the same will Ala. March 1882,says: I suffered with Tenn.,says: "Have sold it SOypers: my pr'd9ceslOI'torpId !
said be considered on appeal as a bill of excep- glp liver and costiveness and your sold it many years before me.That this medicine is a[
by having messages "repeated, We invite your attention'to our medicine cured me. My wife has used it good one.no one can deny;and that it b the true and a
then the law devolves upon it the duty 0: tions. ; with admirable effect for sick-headache- genutne'immonsLrverMedicine'aonedaregaineayOriginal f
repeating them. Judgment reversed and new trial ordered. and Only Genuine. Etab.13W.
3. To say the company shall only be lia- W. W. Hampton and John G. Reardon, Crockery 1 Glassware Put up in 25c.and $1.packages +
ble for the amount of tolls paid out is practically for appellant; S. McConnell, for appellee. .t S and bottles by
to them altogether. J.F.SIMMONS& CO.,ST. LOUIS Mo ,
excuse uF ,4
4. The plaintiff in error is a foreign cor- JS3-TIlE ATEW STORE. and offer our Goods in these lines as low as
poration, and we think that a presentationof :.
the claim for damages within si-itydaj's the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of

to the resident agent of the company at Columbus :s -{ W. F. WOOD, Jr., }> S very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,

who made the contract and trans- DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S t
mitted the message, Is a sufficient compliance Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin
c' j Proprietor ( E] .
with law, and with the rule that such Chamber Sets all colors; WoodenWare -
claim should be presented within sixty&; daysto '
some agent of the company aathor'zed to C> C> of all kinds; and Housekeeping INDIAN BLOOD SYRUJ .
exercise its corporate powers in relation to
Utensils generally.
the subject-matter of the claim. ,
5. The message, according to the proof, -III :a: FRED W. HOYT & CO. '
all diseases of the Stomach Liver Bowels
Cures ,
Was an ordinary commercial message, intel-
ligible to those engaged in cotton dealing, 51 IS Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its 'r
and we can see no special purpose, intendedby Books and Stationery.
in healing the above named diseases, and ,
the sender, which was unknown to the ANDS efficacy

company, so as to vary the rule of liability. Sr HORACE DREW pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man. '
There was at least enough known to them'to i

show that it was a commercial message of Bookseller, Stationer, -dll
value attached to the message, and that is :a: Printer and Binder. GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. ;
6. The agents in New York who boughtand Trade ;Mark.
sold the cotton (and presumably were C> Cc > School Books and Orange WrapsNOW 'AGEUTS WA.N'TED. -

bound for it), could rCC'.oerof, the plaintiffsthe A SPECIALITY..
amount of the loss paid for them. If so, > {j Fernandina, \ :IFs New York sell it.
plaintiffs on paying that loss sustained a 5?*. Liberal discounts to Teachers and Laboratory 77 West Third St., City. Druggists c cr''
legal injury, and the telegraph company
who caused the injury are1iiable for it, although :] \ Cor. Centre & Third. }\ S Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
the contract o" selli ig futures in, application Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your 1
59 W. BAY STREET, Indian Blood completely cured them.
cotton be con-"... o our law. Syrup

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:i ii': THE FLORID A MIRROR. They were test cases, to ascertain what THE INDIAN WAR CLAIM. "That the Secretary of War be, and be is I THE FLORIDA CANAL.To .

; '11k 10' control was vested in the Federal judiciary'over hereby, authorized and directed to investigate the Editor of the Mirror :
'. ascertain and report to Congress as
: ; SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 188S. the States themselves.The HOW ME. FRYER; OF MAINE, DEFEATED FLOBI- soon as practicable the amount of claims of At last! after years of incessant labor and

k. 'fT,", } -: Constitution article XI., providesthat .DA.' 9,JUST CLAIM. the State of Florida for expenditures madein never-ceasing anxiety from the covert hos-
it, t ': RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. "The judicial power of the United We find in the Congressional .Record of suppressing Indian hostilities in that tility of lukewrtrm friends and the unconcealed -

:J i' i'" This bill, as we anticipated has failed altogether States shall not be construed to extend to .March 5th the..,full .report, of the action of State and the between 1st day the of 1st January day of,December 1860. In,mak-1855, animosity of unscrupulous enemies,

;: ;; and the public works which are in any suit ,in law or equity commenced or the Senate on the bill to reimburse Florida ing such investigation the said Secretary is the preliminary measures for attaining this

.;: ?: t progress will, many of them, sustain severe prosecuted against one of the United States, for her expenditures. repressing Indian directed to receive and consider such testi- great object have passed their initial stage.

" } k injury by the delay which must ensue be- by citizens of another State or by citizens or hostilities.. The contrast between the manly mony as he may deem necessary or proper A favorable concession has already been
for or against claims the
; .: I P fore another appropriation .can be made. subjects of any foreign State." action of Mr, Plumb I} the Republican Senator rolls of the State troops, including and such other muster-official granted by the State of Georgia for the east-

b -I :-(' .' .' Really important and meritorious works Certain bondholders Louisiana assignedpro from Kansas, and the dog-in-the-manger data as may be on file in the War De- ern portion of the canal traversing that

w :' .'1 like those in Florida have to pay the penalty forma certain bonds they held to the spirit of:Mr. Frye of Maine, is very notice- partment. In submitting his report to Con- State. To it have been added the names of

; iH "> of the insertion in the last bill of hundreds of States of New York and New Hampshire, in able. Mr. Edmunds, now President of the gress the said Secretary shall not include prominent and trusted citizens of Floridain
allowances made the
payments or
*; < creeks and rivers of no commercial im- order to bring suit against Louisiana to recover Senate,,opposed this claim of Florida. any State in excess of the amounts allowed by by the charter just passed by both houses

. : '.'; :i portance. The Committee on Commerce the amount due by her on bonds which We quote from the official report of the law at the time in behalf of troops regularly almost unanimously as your genial editor
. had been scaled down to sixty cents on' the debate in the Record in the service of the United States."
...': : i. ;? : appointed by Mr. Keifer was a political' : : informs us in your last issue. Concerningthe
t Chair does not think that this amend-
:. : committee, as badly constituted in reference dollar. :MR. JONES of Florida. After line 266 of ment carries out the requirements of the existing section from the Okefinokee to St.
section 3 I
t. : t / to the location and qualifications of its The cases were argued by eminent coun- To pay move to the State of: Florida on the law. The Chair thinks that the joint Marks Fla., and as the "imprimatur" of

f" 4 1 '# members as it well could have been. The sel for the bondholders,and by Judge Camp- allowance made by the Secretary of War resolution was an act merely of inquiry and the National Government at Washingtonhas

i ', l.f': chairman, Mr. Page, of California, was a bell for the State of Louisiana, who made under joint resolution of Congress approved not thinks of direction the point and of payment.order of the So the Senator Chair already been obtained in the bill "for
: of the most able and admirable March, 31881, and reported by him to Congress -
, ; > :'I representative of mining interests, and knew one argu- from Maine is well taken.TALLAHASSEE.. granting the right of way for a steamboatand
the of
: May 22,1882, sum $92,648,09,
t : about as little about its ments on a great constitutional question barge canal to the Atlantic
: j commerce or requirements in full settlement for Indian Wars from 1855 & Mexican
": I ; 3 as he well could. ever submitted to that august tribunal.If to 1861, providing there shall be delivered to Gulf Canal Company of Georgia and Flori-

':' ;' :':', r On the Atlantic coast Connecticut and the suits were sustained the independence said State all bonds and ,coupons of said da through the lands and waters of the
r: .' of the several States was virtually at State now held by the trustees of the Indian ITEMS OF THE APPROPRIATION BILL-EDUCATIONAL -
J Massachusetts United States
i ;J 4 : were given places on the committee trust fund.MR. .'* MATTERS-THE AGRICULTURAL COL- along said canal route, noth
Ii "
t' :.. .'. and New Jersey, New York, Penn- an end: and they became mete municipalities : .INQALLS'-* that" open to a point of LEGE-THE LOCAL OPTION LAW-THE ing now remains but to commence the good

;;, ''"',,,,, :. .:, sylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin. of limited power, to be exercised in sub- order? REVENUE BILL-NEARING THE END work and prosecute it with vigor.

1-". ': :I, From the South were only three members ordination to the control of the United THE PRESIDENT pro tempore. If it is legis OF THE SESSION. This, we are glad to know the concession- I

,-; :.1"' :", ";I"'": ',. from the States of Texas Alabama andLouisiana States Courts. Any private person could lation.MR. JONES' -of-Florida. I hope the Sen- priation TALLAHASSEE bill for, February the present 28.-The containsthe appro- aires will have no difficulty in doing, the

.." :V! ,*:1 i .; respectively. From the Chesa- hale a State into court, obtain judgment, ator from Kansas. will not raise the point of following items : year small capital required (estimated at only

.. '; ..r'ti ::': ... peake to Mobile bay there was not on the and levy upon the State capitol its asylums, order on it. Salaries Executive Department.........$18,000 from seven to ten millions) being already I

; : \"F;:h I. 'f committee a single member to represent the school buildings etc., to satisfy his claim, take MR.the INGALLS.Senator Of off course the I floor.do not I wish merely to Salaries Judicial Department......-...... 33.500 assured and the route sufficiently indicatedto

;.. interests of a sea coast of 1,500 miles and the and a United States :Marshal could turn the want to reserve any point of order. Salary Clerk Comptroller's office....... 1,200 commence operations, on at least three I
e'1'' :i: i natural ,consequence followed-the River Legislature out of the State Capitol and sell MR. JONES, of Florida. I am on the floor. Salary Private Secretary of Governor. 500 sections of the line. I
Salary Librarian Supreme Court....... 300
': t'.t and Harbor bill it for a beer garden. MR. INGALLS. The point of order can be Of the benefit which this
was notoriously framed as a Salary Clerk Treasurer's office........... 1,200 eminently prac-
raised at time whether the Senator is
: !l1, piece of political jobbery to strengthen the The Supreme Court as will be seen by the on the floor any or not., Salary Janitor Capitol....................... 350 tical work will confer on all sections of the

,'"<-a' ;b ,t local interests of Republican districts in published decision, has decided that such MR. JONES, of Florida. There are five or Salary Watchman Capitol................. 400 States through which it passes, it is hardly
For criminal prosecutions................. 200
suits cannot be brought, and has given an- six States for in the bill to whom
', : ( Congress. The claims of Southern commercial For purchase books Supreme Court... 500 possible to predicate with accuracy, but of
i I';!:. I r;' ,.: ports were listened to with ill-con- other safeguard against the spirit of centralism similar compensation character.is The made States for of expenses Ohio Maine of a For printing and advertising........ ... 5,000 its vast importance in a national and inter-

r which has been growing in this For and witnesses............
:: 'tt.l': : cealed impatience when allowed to be up Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Kentuckyare pay 50,000 national point of view, we can form some
For maintenance lunatics.................
country since the civil war. 30,000
tt: presented in five-minute speeches after the all provided for in the bill.I from the figures furnished to the Na-
r For expenses Legislature.................. 53.500
I. .'w .' f committee had made up the bill. In secret These decisions will be read with great have to say, in the discharge of a duty to For contingent expenses Capitol....... 1,000 tional Government some years since, yet be-

,.<4 "I session and with closed doors it is no wonder pleasure by the friends of constitutional law my State adjudicated that this as matter far as it has is been possible adjustedand to do For contingent expenses State........... 3,000 fore the recent enormous development of trafficon

r. For interest bonds.......................
',. ''.: i that the River and Harbor bill became an and constitutional liberty. so under the legislative department of the on 80,000 the Mississippi river. In answer to the

,; :.1: I,:: object of severe criticism and general: con- Government. The joint resolution adopted For For expenses printing during Atlanta present Exposition.session........ 10,800 725 official query as to the pro innate amountof
.: t. demnation. DEATH OF GOVERNOR STEPHENS. by Congress authorized Secretary of War
the value of shipping and then
There also various other items small cargoes
to settle the claim of the State of Florida ale of
",) We hope the Democratic to Governor Stephens, of Georgia, died at At- amount. The of affected by the
o ,_ Congress assemble upon the United] States Government in respect expenses 1884 are very compulsory passage throughthe
I",!r. in December next will make a new lanta on the 4th.Alexander to these accounts. The War Depart- much the same as those above given, omit- Bahamas and reefs of Florida to New

;',t; t!' departure and that a committee will be H. Stephens has been a promi- ment adjudicated them, but the matter did ting that consequent upon the session of the Orleans, in connection with the commerceof
not there. It went to the Military Legislature.Both .
r formed which will nent figure among the eminent men of the stop the river and its
., h; intelligently represent Committee and that Committee arrived at a houses were engaged last night to a tributary
', .-I'l the commercial interests of the country ; United States for the last thirty years. Some- conclusion with respect to this matter after late hour, and the Senate accomplished an waters, the (astounding) answer was : "Five

t", 111;l# I that a Burrows of Michigan, and Page of thing of this prominence was, doubtless, full investigation, and a unanimous report unusual amount of work, passing some hundred millions annually and annually
; \it( California will not be selected to judge of owing to the eccentricity of bas character and as I understand, was made fixing this sum fifteen or twenty Assembly bills none of increasing !I"
: as due from the Government of the United any great importance. However, many
: i t the commercial needs and importance of the the contrast between his mental and physi- States to one of the States of the Union.I anxious hearts were made happy by the It was to meet the requirements of this

; :."--,J,I h. ports of Charleston, Savannah -Feruan dins, cal proportions. No one who:has ever heardor merely wish to say that there ought to passage of bills which were beginning to gigantic trade, and to: avoid the dangers

"'.. 4t I. t and St. Johns. seen him could forget the shrill voice and be, as there always has been, a degree of look exceedingly doubtful. already alluded to that the projectors of the
The Assembly devoted itself with zeal and
t c Rivers and harbors should be made the the shrunken paralyzed figure in which the courtesy the States or comity and the between Government the governmentof of this earnestness to the consideration of the Steamboat and Barge Canal Company haveso

)':.11.1 subject of separate .bills. Of the propriety head alone shared in the preeminence of his great Union. This is not an individual finance and taxation bill and amendmentafter long and so persistently striven. To

,,, ;. a and necessity of improving our Atlantic character. A man of indomitable industry, claim. It is not a private matter. It is amendment was snowed down upon them-many of them locally acquainted with

.J. 1'y coast harbors there is no question. They strong memory, and great individuality} he entirely in its administration public. Our of great the judicial law, recognizesthe tribunal, and the desk gave of rise the to clerk debate.which consumed time the peculiarities of the route-it was soon

'.1 I t: should not be hampered in the same bill made his impress on public men and public principle for which I contend, the Statesare Quite a number of railroad bills have not apparent that the means of transportation,

i: ; 1 t with insignificant creeks and inland rivers, measures. It must be said, :however, that entitled to something beyond individ- yet undergone final action, and those inter- indicated some years since by Colonel Rai-

.:: and works which have nothing but a local his later public life in Washington was uals in matters of this kind. We know that ested are button-holing' members in all ford and recently. ably advocated by
l\; directions. Less than two days of the session
+ r t, \ interest. A harbor bill framed by itself shprn of the weight and influence which he habit according advancing to their practice cases in they which are a in Stateis the remain, and as the hours glide by so the General Gillmore in his report to the Senate,

;d., ,: t recognizing the value of the works in progress formerly exerted. His reputation in the future concerned when a motion is made show- pressure increases. All the available clerical viz.: that a "barge" rather than a "ship

: .: .4+ ,t -- on the sea board, would not be objectionable will be measured mucl more by his ing that the public of a commonwealth are force about the capitol are engaged in en- canal" was both the most feasible, as wellas

'." x; t}1' to the people and would be recognized literary labors than by his =Apolitical acts. interested in the subjectmatter.Here grossing and look enrolling fagged bills and and pages and in many other respects the most de-
is of which is found to messengers jaded.
a sum money
;1 as a proper appropriation of the public His Constitutional History qf the War of be due from this Government to the State of The resolution providing for the paymentof sirable.

., J ;1 :G funds. The Democratic party can readily Secession will be regarded as die ablest con- Florida, and it owes it to itself to its dignity the contestant and contestee, for their ex- The cost of such a canal (happily now

i ;;, :j: adjust this question, and do justice to works tribution which has yet appeared to the elu- and to the comity which is due betweenthe penses, incurred in the Twenty-fourth district about to be constructed) on the lines surveyed -
: 4 1 cidation of the questions at issue be- States and the Government, to make the was defeated. The subject however, and to the
.. .J of real importance and earn the approval great earliest possible provision for its payment.MR. gave rise to quite a discussion.Acts favorably reported on
,) / [ the great mass of our people who have tween the North and the Souti.A CAMERON, of Wisconsin. Will the have been passed in the Senate allow- National Government by General Gillmoresee
'1, J'I"f found the political methods and ends of the Senator allow me to ask him a question ? ing the loaning of the surplus money of the ( his report to the Senate in XLIV. Con-

:' ['tl +It:' Republican Congress just closed just cause GREAT DISCOIIIERY.We When the War was this account? or claim adjusted by common issory notes school, secured fund,by on real mortgage estate or, the prom-interest gress, Ex. Doc. 22)), on the best water line of

{'i I ,I'! ;I of condemnation.Our mentioned some time:since that a MR. JONES Department, of Florida. Very recently ; in to draw 8 per cent. The provisionsare transportation from St. Marys, Ga., on the

': 'j "rf--: harbors would receive much more great discovery,would soon be- brought be- 1881. very stringent, and it would seem that Atlantic, through the Okeefenokee Swampto

t : "r.I t attention from Cougress if they could be fore the public for the preservation of meats, Mr. CAMERON, of Wisconsin. How long such loans were rendered almost absolutelysecure. St. Marks, Fla., on the Gulf coast, will
Such of the is
a use rendered
1 t" considered themselves.AGRICULTURAL. fruits, etc. : had it been pending? money not exceed ten, and possibly not more than
lay by in of the
: ; ; MR. JONES, of Florida. It had been pend- necessary consequence high priceof
.'11" .1 ;. The article on the second page will be read for number of but I Florida bonds. seven million dollars whereas a ship canal
ing quite a years ; am
!'l' COLLEGE. with much interest as giving% very reasonable sure that time does not affect the justice of Bills have also passed for the adoption ofa we are assured on the same eminent author-

.1 ,', ''f. The trustees of the Agricultural College assurance of the success find value of the matter. uniform series of text books for the use of ity, even if at all practicable, through such a
the schools and
common forbidding all connected -
MR. CAMERON of Wisconsin. I did not
:; were at first divided between the apportion- the Humiston process. \ in with the of geological formation as Florida, would cost
make the inquiry with that idea in my head any way cause public
!+ r r.. ment of the fund to the two seminaries and The preservation of fruit deems not to at all. instruction from selling or actin'y.. as agents at least fifty millions ; by the simplest pro-

i !i.' the establishment of a separate college, but have been specially brought fcgrward at the MR. PLUMB. Let me t say in reference to for school books. punishes cess of arithmetic it is therefore indisputablethat

''i ti {:.: finally decided in favor of a location at Lake dinner, but the same means \s-hich; will arrest the inquiry made by the Senator from Wis- those foreign who countries offer for Florida sale fruits grown in It if a ship canal costing fifty million
as productions.
consin that some, two or three I
years ago
.\ t' 1":. City. decay and fermentation irij meats, milk, had occasion, as a member of the Committee was stated that oranges grown in the West dollars can be demonstrated to be a commercial -
'! .: If a separate college was to be established fresh eggs etc., can undoubtedly be appliedto on Military Affairs, to examine this Indies and imported into this State had success "-a fortiori & barge canal

t ; [t Lake City is as good a location as any of these the preservation of fruits. f I claim. I reported the matter to the com- been packed, branded as Florida oranges which admittedly can as fully meet all the re-
and to Northern markets and
sent that the
committee it ,
mittee the to the
ti others. The location is healthy accessible :- ; reported quirements of the trade and would at most
;:o Senate; and after debate in the Senate the practice had acted prejudicially to the repu-
'. .t.1 and in a good agricultural country. We THE ART AMATEUR, claim was passed. It is as meritorious and tation of the Florida fruit. cost ten millions, must pay five times as muchto
:,:' "tll! still believe that it would have been better The Art Amateur for :March contains ad- just as much in a line to be appropriated for Business has fairly opened on the Pensa- its fortunate proprietors.

., '. Il: .. to use a portion of the interest of the fund mirable full-sized working designs of clover as though it had come in the regular Bookof cola & Atlantic Railroad, and through pas- Finally, the much greater convenience of
are daily passing over the line from
> Estimates. There is no question about it sengers
; F in azaleas and water lilies for china painters ; the steamboat and will be at
:. barge
establishing an agricultural department so far as that part of it is concerned.MR. Pensacola to Jacksonville.The system
i .. t in the State Seminaries. We need several a South Kensington chair seat and a chalice JONES, of Florida. All the claims be- conditions of the location of the Agricultural once apparent to those conversant with the

::: .'..1,' good high schools in East Florida, but the veil for embroiderers ; a scoreof; delicious tween States and the General Governmenthave College at Lake City are as follows local requisites of the State, as by utilizingthe

p:>' population will not furnish students for cupids; and a page of fresh and. excellent been of late years adjusted in this way, that good: The and board sufficient of trustees titles require be executedand first, already existing water ways between
and properly because after a sum is
1 ,''r I I more than one college, and the establishment monograms, twenty-six in number, givingthe found very to be due from this Government to a delivered to this board of the 100 acres Jacksonville and Fernandina the whole of

i n I: 4 rl of the college on a limited income we letter A in successive combinations with State as I say the Government ought not of land tendered by the citizens of Lake the St. Johns river its tributaries, and those
the entire alphabet. The remaining lettersare to higgle and interpose technicalities to the City ; and, second, that the sum $10,000
i' ).tl regard as a mistake so far as the building up a's large areas extendingsouthnow being opened
cash tendered, be made available in crsh
I submit
of-so matter. the
? V 6 r.. of an institution of high grade is concerned. to be similarly given in future numbers. proposition payment to the just Senate.a and placed at the disposal of the board up by enterprising canal companies, can at

:\ : i r The Agricultural College has a fixed income, The leading article in this issue is a capital THE PRESIDENT! pro tempore. The questionis within a period of three months, and that once be placed in direct correspondence with

;:: :. ,'.i: and no means of enlarging either its income notice of the Water-Color Exhibition," by on agreeing to the amendment proposedby the additional sum of$5,000 be made availa- ocean steamships at Fernandina, thus placingthe
Edward Strahan with illustrations of over the Senator from Florida [Mr. Jonss.] ble in fix months.
mode of knownto
: .1 or its buildings beyond the voluntary contributions The local option temperance law forbids cheapest transportation
MR. HALE.: What was the ruling of the
t ,!f t which citizens may give. thirty of the noteworthy pictures. Bough- Chair? the sale of intoxicating liquors to a minoror commerce at the disposal of the fruit

,! k t The people of Lake City have a good deal ton's beautiful painting, Snow in Spring" THE PRESIDENT pro tempore. No point of intoxicating persons, and imposes the growers and truck farmers throughout the

:. :!: of public spirit, as their liberal offer shows, is finely reproduced, and there is a good por- order was raised. The amendment is still forfeiture of the license upon a dealer who length and breadth of our peninsula, allevi-
shall violate this Great discon-
I .t and it is to be hoped they will do all trait of Dore1, with some well-chosen exam- open to a point of order being raised. provision. ating the apparently irremediable difficulties
't they MR. HALE. I thought the Senator from tent prevails among the liquor dealers and
I.t d can to increase the usefulness of the institu ples of his work. Flower painters, fan Kansas [Mr. Ingalls] raised the point of the stringent features of the law, coupled attending the attempts to deepen the channelat

;: '.f.j;I bon.I painters, china painters and photograph order. 4 with the high cost of procuring a license, the mouth of the St. Johns, and, if the

t't t;if: The people of Gainesville are about rebuilding portraitists are remembered in the practical THE PRESIDENT pro tempore. He merely will number have the of effect bar-rooms.of materially Those reducingthe who sell present contemplated increased steam ser-
made an inquiry.
0", ; t' ,t.f l the East Florida Seminary in a articles and there is much pleasant and copiously MR. HALE. I feel constrained to make beer or wine are required to pay the same vice be carried out, giving, at least, a tri-
4 '{ l'U; suitable and handsome style, and will non illustrated talk about French furni- the point of order. amount for obtaining license as those who weekly steamship route to the markets of

!, ., doubt endeavor to make it what it was ture, Japanese art, new houses old fashions, THE PRESIDENT pro tempore. On what vend distilled spirits.W. H. B. in Savannah New York, Boston and Philadelphia.ALEX .

1l ?:J:-I'1 f. designed to be-a great State institution. and a variety of other,art topics. On the ground order does? the Senator interpose his pointof News. ______ ________ CURTIS.St. .

j.t \\1' A normal school for the instruction of whole, the March number is an excellent MR. HALE. It seems to me there is no existing THE SURPLUS OF DIRECT TAX Marys, Ga., March, 1883.

i. ',t I I I teachers of the public schools is about to be specimen of this always attractive maga- law that provides for this appropriation. SALES.

f 1r! organized under a law of the recent Legislature zine. Price, 35 cents ; $4 a year. Montague The following may interest a good manyof
MR. JONES, of Florida. There is a joint our readers : THE Governor, we presume has signedthe
Marks publisher 23 Union Square New
: ,
and its field of usefulness in this direction '
k 4 :1 resolution of Congress. What does the Sen- Congress has passed an amendment to theDeficiency bill regulating the sale of liquors in this
t G will be very great.IMPORTANT ator call that? Appropriation Bill, providing
'Pr ; State. Unless there were constitutional objections -
J THE Supreme Court of the United States MR. HALE. There is no joint resolutionand that The Secretary of the Treasury is here-
SUPREME COURT no statute that in any way provides for by authorized and directed to cause to be he would recognize in the large
t, ., DECISIONS; decides in favor of the Riddleberger bill for the payment of this money It is necessaryto audited by the proper accounting officers of majority by which the bill was passed the

J The Supreme Court of the United States repudiating half of Virginia's debt. Ten- pass a law in order to pay it.THE the Treasury and paid the claims of the origi- feeling of the majority of our people in reference -
nessee can now go on and squeeze her creditors PRESIDENT pro tempore The Chair nal owners of lands which were sold for non- I
.:' has had under its consideration for several a little more. finds that the proposed amendment pro- payment of United States direct taxes for to such a law. I
months three very important cases, upon vides for paying the State of Florida the al- the surplus proceeds of the same under the

"I., the decision which rested the determina- THE new postage rate of two cents on let- lowance made by the Secretary of War Under provisions of the act of August 5, 1861, and THE House of Representatives is relievedof
the resolution of of March for such the of
joint Congress sum $190,000, or so
-,, tion of the position of the States in the Fed- ters will go into effect on the 1st of October 3, 1881. The joint resolution of March 3, much as purpose may be necessary is, hereby appro- John Voorhis, of New York and Robe-

eral Union. next. 1881, provides- priated." son, of New Jersey-a good riddance.'HE .

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1 FLORIDA. became a gale, and presently I saw a vessel SEA ISLAND ROUTE. '
looming through the.mist, and knew she
J ITS COLORED POPULATION-THE REALLY EMAN was in danger as she drifted nearer the shore.I .
CIPATED-FLORIDA AS.A FIELD FOR AGRI- saw she was'a low, rakish but handsome THE STEAMER i
I CULTURISTS AND AS A HEALTH RESORT bark. Her foretop mast had been carried 1 J & T. KYDD ;
-W'ALKSABOUT FEBNAKDINA, ETC. away; the main-top sail was in ribbons; the .
HOTEL .FEBNANDINA Feb. 14. fore and main sails torn from their fasten-
I .. Corner of Centre and Third Streets.
As you see by this heading, we are still al ings were fluttering in the wind.
Fernandina, the place oF our last writing. two hundred yards from the shore she struck
I have been resting and recruiting before with an awful crash, and every mast went
\e making a trip to the interior of the State. I by the board. Some sailors tried to lower a
I have been much benefited by this climate, boat but a huge wave swept over her,carry- -J I SPRING GOODS |[ ,
as well as interested in hearing the views of ing away both boat and men. The ship was CITY OF BRIDGETON
intelligent people on the state of the lifted again and driven farther on the beach.A .
many about here, especially in regard to tall manwith'gilt bands on his jacket, leave Fernandina for Savannah
I the colored population. From all I can waving his hand to me, threw a spar over- WILL Wednesday.Fnda and Sun- Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments,
learn the future of this people is by no means board with a cord attached. As it came day, at 5 p. m., arriving at the latter place f fI
Turned adrift into the world ashore I sprang into the sea and quickly the following morning.! I I

encouraging-without constraint means or education,they hauled in a heavier rope, which I tied to the Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- N w hinh &m ric: P rc&ln htin: unting ti :
have become generally lazy and grossly im wreck on the sand. The sailor a powerfulman nandina on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- J Nlltlltj, f g ,
and made it fast to
moral. This fact with its attendant evils, tightened rope day, at 4 p. m.
filthiness, exposure and lack ofroper the ship. He then made a slip-loop on it, AND :NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS. x
poverty Fare to Savannah $ 6.00 V
food, besides bringing, upon them and tying the other end of the cord first sent '
iseases hitherto unknown among them, is ashore to this loop he disappeared, but re- To Savannah and ,Return, 10.00 V

surely and steadily working its natural result turned in a moment under,her carrying a and woman.tied her He Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ,
and the death rate, as published by the passed a rope Boston, and Baltimore.For .

Savannah board unfortunate of health, counts terribly haul to the away slip-loop., he threw Signaling overboard.me wildly I pulled to tickets and state-rooms, apply at theCompany's .. 1 Is now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS, +
this people.
office foot of Centre Street.J. .
against ,
from the h
speaks to the white people here of with all my might, and soon drew .,A. MERCIER
If one water what appeared to be the lifeless form The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced to Fine Goods.
of the
the emancipation negroe they say : General Passenger Agent.J. .
of beautiful girl. But she had only
"It is we who are emancipated; we would a young N. HARRIMANt Manager-. .'
swooned, and soon roused. As she openedher
have our slaves back on any consideration t. A .
not new just received and
."' Said an old physician, who had been; eyes she cried: RIKART & DAUPHIN, Boots and Shoes
in the Confederate army throughoutthe "Save met save me!I" offered at VERY LOW PRICES.A 'iI'
surgeon war: We thought we were right, and You are surely safe now," said I. RENCH: AND AMERICAN t
accordingly; but, bitter as the cup "Oh, no!" she said with great excitement, F
better off for having speaking very fast; "Hear me but a mo- large and well-assorted Stock ,
was, I believe we are now RESTAURANT, SPRING I HATS
Zetella. father's
ment. My
My name
drank of it. Slavery could never have for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS, ;
been abolished in any other way,and it would ship was captured two days since, and he, Foot of Centre Street, near Depot, ,
with all his murdered by that pirate
down at last." crew
have dragged us IN NEW AND NODDY STYLES.
What the people want now is Northern yonder. FERNANDINA. FLA.
and capital to develop the re- The poor girl is crazed with fear thought I.
emigrants of the country. It is claimed that "I see you are a good man,"-her per- ;g-F Meals at all hours.. Board by the : Order BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save '.

sources much of the land is good for farming, and ceptive powers are all right, was"my mental week or month. 14 trouble, time and expense.
commentnoble and brave, she con-
the interior have been
that eminently some Germans successful in this branch of industry tinued-truthful to fault, thought I-" Oh, 'NEW IIOVSE:OPEN. 1S- We are Agents for DEVLIN k CO., leading Clothiers of

but, as far as my observations go, I save me, save me I he is coming on the New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail

would not give for farming purposes forty rope!I" I looked, and sure enough, the HOTEL receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our .
acres of our rich Iowa land for five thousandacres pirate was near at" hand. TOURIST resident New York buyer. "
of this barren, sandy waste. As to its "Cling to me, I said, "I'll defend you. FERN "DINA, FLA.,
She grasped my arm, and in a voice it
value for orange plantations, the most fabulous -
estimates are heard on every hand. strangely; familiar said: "Defend who? is now open to the public. New and neatly T. dfe -r.YOJ:) :J:)
These I accept with many grains of allow- What's the matter with you? Here I have furnished, located in the most delightfulpart ,

ance. But in regard to the desirability of this been calling to you for the last" ten minutesto of the island. Large and sunny rooms.A New York Office, 83 Walker Street, r FERSASDIXA, FLORIDA. .,.- j
climate as a winter residence, there is no drive up and get my shells. good home for parties wishing to stop a ,
mistake. It is simply delightful, rivalingthat Oh" said I, waking up, "you've spoiled few weeks or months in the South. t
of Italy. It is already attracting large one of the most romantic adventures I "Terms-$2 per day; $8 to $10 per week. .
numbers from the North, and must increase ever- \V. \V. CLAY, Manager.The .
doing so, year by year, as it becomes more "What are you talking about?" said the

widely known. shell-gatherer. splendid Strathmore Hotel, F. W. MUMBY. J. N. C. STOCKTON. R. D. KNIGHT.
There are some pleasant walks and drives "Nothing-nothing much, only, perhaps, on the finest beach in the world, will be
about the city of Fernandina. The old town it is just as well that you waked me"up be- open every fine day for accommodation MTJMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT.I
built by the Spaniards has many quaint fore that piratical, fellow got ashore. of beach parties under.the same manage- I
buildings in every stage of delapidation,but, Well, said our sensible half, getting I. ment. 10 IMPORTERS.:
unlike other old its streets wide i into the buggy, "if Dr. Palmer ever pre-
places, are
The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States.
scribes claret for at dinner again I'll h
and laid out at right angles. Now, however, you Professional and Business Cards
they are so little used that cows find in them take care"you get. something lighter than CROCKERY CHINA AND GLASS-WARE. V ,
very fair pasturage.::! One saw-mill with some Margaux. LOUIS A. C. LANGE, ,
fisheries constitute the business of the place.A Applying the persuader sharply to our Lamps, Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods,Wood and ,
natural grove of cypress trees, under Rosenante, I turned and cast one lingeringlook UPHOLSTERER, Willow-Ware, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc.
the The storm had vanished ,
whose drooping branches shell- upon
'Covered graves, lies between the old town ,and
and the new. The latter, in which we are Like the baseless fabric of a vision, Foot of Centre Street, Dinner Sets, $15 to $75; Tea Sets, $4 to $35; Chamber Sets, $3 25 to $25; Parlor Lamps, .
domiciled, was once an indigo plantation, Left not a wreck behind. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. $125 to$15 Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps. $150 to $8. Table Cutlery, Plated k
the property of Lady Egmont, descendant, I -W.: R. in Davenport (Iowa) Gazette. Ware, Tea Trays, Coffee Urns, Pots, etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels,

am told, of the famous Count Egmont, who Furniture repaired in the best manner. Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY, STOCKTON & KNIGHT, .
was executed under Philip II., during the Hair Mattresses made to order at short 48 No. 13 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '

war of the Netherlands. notice. 36

The some African as places churches of amusement here, designatedby are well OY4h.whacHi JAMES.McGIFFIN...r S. B., HUBBAKD & CO. '. .j
attended, and,judging by theoneinto which AND BUILDER
we strayed on Sunday last in a flourishing CONTRACTOR ,. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
condition. About 120,old and young, com-
prised the congregation. An aged man of Alachua Street, between Second and Third, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN "

color was exhorting, or rather alternating ROYAL RoWblA FERNANDINA, FLA. ware, Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils, V
between exhortation and prayer. His '*i nvisIry

fluency of speech, well-chosen words, Orders and estimates from a distance care- $& PUMPS, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, SUGAR MILLS, RUBBER AND LEATHER
abounding in appropriate Scriptural quota- fully attended to. 25-tf
the of his
". tions, earnestness appeals, suggested -
not amusement, but that line of the W. K. BAUKNIGIIT. $HAZARD'S POWDER, BARBED FENCE WIRE. 42-tjanl F'

village pastor : AGENT, 6I
Many who went to scoffremained to pray." I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL River and Ocean Steamboats.
As the old man ceased the choir and con- i
gregation sang, the preacher giving out the BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER

linc!<\.Then the regular pastor,a good-looking ANDDealer
young man, the whites of whose eyes and in Ice MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !

teeth glistened on his coal-black face, spoke TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, .
modestly and well, ending with the recitalof
his late work them and BROOM STREET WHARF
among by saying -
he was called to attend the Conference, 19-tf FERNANfalNA, FLA. 1
must leave them in one short week,and that "KittOPOWDER
something whispered to him that he would WM. B. C. DURYEE, FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. .
return to them no more forever. This
peroration, the voice growing husky at the I GENERAL 1 COMMISSION MERCHANT, __ _. V
close, brought bandannas to the eyes of
many dusky maidens. To pay Conference CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, 11 11S
expenses a contribution was then called for.
The rule to go forward and lay the offering FERNANDINA, FLA.
openly on the table under the eye of the

minister was generally followed, but some Hay, Corn, Oats 2

modestly holding back, ourselves among the Absolutely Pure. _
number a bag was passed. On counting O. S. OAKES,
the proceeds the pastor, who evidently knew 7fi
his people, shook his head, said that would THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel CONTRAaI'OR AND BUILDER,

never do, and asked the choir to sing some- purity strength and wholesomeness.More } -
economical than the ordinary kinds, i
while another
thing opportunity was offered.A MANUFACTUEFSDOORS
and cannot be sold in competition with the
fine, clear soprano then sang "Almost r -> c ..
Persuaded with such effect that the coppers multitude of low test,short weight, alum or AND WINDOW FRAMESOF '
phosphate powders. Sold only in cant ALL SIZES.
fairly rang on the table. It was then an-
nounced that old-fashioned congregational ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Post Office Box 174. .

singing would be in order. This, we learned, 38 106 Wall Street New York. jan4 Fernandina, Fla

was in accordance with a compromise be-
tween the two factions of the church. A ,
comical-looking old man closed one eye, USE
riveted the other on a rafter, opened fully CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TONS.STATE .
one-half of his face and actually roared.

Perhaps this was where the fun came in, butas S. GUCKENHEIMER & SON'SVTRCUBT OF TEXAS, .. 1,542 TONS.

one after another joined him, the noise .. CA.RONDELET.L" 1,508 TONS.
became frightful and we quietly stole away. a

Yesterday, being warm and balmy, we "WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.
took a horse and buggy for a drive on the

great beach boulevard to Fort Clinch, at the _
mouth of the harbor. A few bathing-houses I BRANJI I r

some old spars, with here and there a piece -.
OJ wreck, served to break the monotony of ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

this superb pavement of sand. The wind '
came in long, lazy puffs from the ocean the 1
waves ran in lazy rolls along the beach:our .
horse had a remarkably lazy trot,and in full ..
sympathy with the surroundings, we leaned of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
lazily back in the buggy.: We halted to ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-

contemplate an old wreck almost buried in sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. '

ine sand. The ever-active member of our ECONOMICAL HEALTHFUL EFFICIENT AND RELIABLE. Fernandina and New
firm got out"to gather shells from shore to This Line, having no Transfers between
,: but to me the decavin ribs of that
old ship had the greatest fascination. Partof FRUITS VEGETABLES, and others.

her side and her stern-post were still nnCovered Use One Teaspoonful to One Quart of Well-Sifted .Flour. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR .
the once large iron bolts almost PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close ;'
rusted away. When and where was she connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
built? On what seas had she sailed? The ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
old skeleton had a Spanish look. Had she IT IS PRAISED BY ALL WHO USE IT. JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT .
borne Pone de Leon over these seas in searchof RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the ,

the fountain of eternal youth? or Nar- PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
vaez, DeSoto, or DeLuna on their ill-fated LAKE WEIR. .
expeditions to these coasts? Or had she in A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU OF ITS MERITS. .

command of the daring captains of King THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL, POINTS. :

Philip escaped the English buccaneers on .
|he Spanish main to meet her fate on this FOE SALE BY For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
inhospitable shore? I turned to hear what R. W. SOUTHWICK Agent
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ben lo wild! a change waves ,were and such saying"a change about!it-A .A. rq GE :I 1 tic :F-a.J: : ; EJ :N" :D FERNANDINA FLORIDA. ? ,

heasy wind came sweeping over the water, C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
drii7A g before it a mist of spray. This soon Sole Agents for Fernandina, Florida. Pier 20 East River, New York. 51- :,'

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LIFE IN ECUADOR. I there had been in several months only a I GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. Assesstorof 7 axes-Thomas Barco I
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sI single case of sickness. During the term Plan
County Judge-R. D. Davis Sanderson.
y I :J A COUNTRY TfiA'O IS NEVER: WITHOUT A EfiVOLUTTON also they had been exposed to various vicis- United States Officers.LAND Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson.Sheriff" Collecor of 'Revenue-Frederick N. I
-BUSINESS IN GUAYAQUIL. situdes, being compelled to work much in GAINESVILLE. U. C. Herndon Sanderson. Ocala. '
+ f A European merchant,resident in GLIa a- the water, while they slept between banksof Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools-H. C. :Martin I
mud. Much land has been already reclaimed Fort '
quil, who is temporarily in this city to see derson. McCoy. I
business affairs said that the and is now two feet above the lake Receiver-John Rollins, Gainesville. !
to yesterday JLalSichi Martin Talla- Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, :MONROE. COUNTY.County .
level. The thinks there ,
correspondent can
contest in Ecuador had almost Sanderson.
-T revolutionary Judge-Chas. S. Baron
t' I. completely disorganizedsocJety in that be no doubt of the success of the enterprise, hassee. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, CferA-Peter T. Key West
4 Knight Key West
'q the fore and of the addition of an immense body of DISTRICT CpURT.
and has utterly disgusted Olustee.
I country, Sheriff-George A. Demerritt
residents. Trade and business\ enter- most valuable land to the resources of Flor Judge-Thomas Settle,'J Jacksonville. Key West.
A gn BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C.
standstill ida. Rice and sugar-the latter especiallywill Marsfiof. H. Durkee Jacksonville. Maloney' Jr,
prise of every description are at a Key West. <
,k County Judge-J. R. Richard Providence.
be around Lake Okechobee CTerJfc-' Walter Jacksonville. ,
L ; and, as is generally the case in South Arne'y grown Philip Collector Revenue
Clerk F. York of -Walter
-Henry Lake Butler. C.
ear' : ian COunt.'4esln revolutionary limes, eve:-y'j very largely, and before many years the yieldof INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key "W est. Malone'

:' ; body is waiting to see what will risk! tarn up marvelous.these important crops will. be something Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville.COLLEC1'ORS Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools -J. V. Harris,Key
has to
and nobody
; ; next, courage money Butler. West.
: in needless undertakings
't': The gentleman giving these facts is a 'native A PERPETUAL WEATHER TABLE. John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. I
Santa Fe.Superintendent.
*, of Albania, in Southeastern Europe. He The following'' table was constructed by Edward Hopkins, Jacksonville.John County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- i
Schools-L. B. Rhodes dina.
>* 'k-4.' 1 said : the celebrated Dr. Herschell, upon a phil F. House, St. Augustine. of ,
: '. ;, .H 4 I live and do business in Guayaquil for sophic consideration of the attraction of the Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
the purpose of making money. There is sun and moon. It is confirmed by the ex- BREVARD COUNTY. S1i.eriff-Peter Cone, Fernandina

,i '' J nothing else in that country, that can attract perience of manv years observation, and Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina.Assessor of Taxes'V m. H. Garland, Fer
i .. ;r a foreigner, or persuade him to remain will suggest to the observer what kind of : Point.
there. The c'imaie along the coast is intensely weather will probably follow the moon's en- EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott' Fer

'. L hot the whole year round. There is trace into any of her quarters. As general Governor-Wm.D., Bloxham, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- nandina.
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a never any pause or intel mission in it. Once rule it will be found wonderfully.correct : Lieutenant-GoveriwT-Livingston W. Bethel gianna. ., Superintendent of Schools-W.A. Mahoney.

:. .,I J in a while! there ;s a pleasant evening, with If the moon changes at 12 o'clock, noon, Key West.Secretary Collector of Revenue-A.- D. Johnston, Or- Callahan.
: breeze enough to fill one with a sense of de- the weai.her immediately after will be very of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee lando, Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE COUNTY.

.I; t,: lic'oos languor ; but frequently there is not rainy, if in summer, and there will be snow, of Schools-A. Grady, La County Judge-R. Summerlin, Orlando. -,
''i the sl'gh'est' movement n the air, and then or rsin in winter.If Comptrollei-Wt )). Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando.
the e'gner comes as near to stifling as becan between 2 and 4 o'clock p. m., change- v Treasurer-HenryA.: L'Engle,Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.

tit, without; giving up life. The night a'r is able in summer-fair and mild in winter. .Attorneyr: General George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of. Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort
h :' r regarded by all, bcth native and foreign les- Between 4 and 6 o'clock, p. m., in summer. hassee. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector.
t' '' 't idenls alike, as poisonous. After the fear- fair\ ithe wind is northwest; rainy, south Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Richard H. Marks

; ful heat of the day rank exhalations frequently or southwest. In winter, fair and frosty, if Tallahassee. Springs.SheriffJames. Sanford. '

:, F : rise from the ground that cause enervating the wind is north 0:' northwest; rainy, if Superintendent of Public Instruction K. W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks
?4 I ma'a-'ous and b'lious! fevers. It is, C3uth( or southwest. Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. '

'1 :: /-r.:; It therefore the rule for the inhabitants of Between 10 and 12 o'clock p. m., rainy in Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM: COUNTY.

:;i. GuaYa Mil and oilier places along the low summer, and fair and frosty in winter. BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue Wm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
lines, of the coast to close up her( dwellings Def ween 12 at night; and 2 o'clock a. m., Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Maxville. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
1 a;? tightly when they go to sleep, leaving not a fair in summer and frosty in winterunlessthe see. Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Sheriff Thomas Shally.
.' I crevice from the foundation to the roof wind is from the south or southwest. Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.

R ; through which 'the outer air can enter, or Between 2 and 4 o'clock a. m., cold and Special Agent.-Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
-a. f through which the inner air can escape. very showery in the summer, and snow and Building, Jacksonville.SUPREME Superintendent of Public Schools J.
:I: : '' "On hot nights I should think that tbs storm in winter. County Judge-W. :M.: Ives, Jr., Lake City. Strickland. W.

r would be unendurable" Between 4 and 6 o'clock a. m., rainy, COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
9 ".,r\ < It does not make much! difference in he both in winter and summer. Chief Justice- 13. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. COUNTY.
i whether the housps ale open *o the air or rain in summer and stormy in winter. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.

I closed. Besides, the adobe (houses of Central :Between 8 and 10 o'clock a: m., showery Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. .
:y and South America are made of a pecu- !5n summer and cold in winter. Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools T. J. Franklin,

Tar kind of clay, and are about as cool as Between 10 and 12 o'clock, a. m., showery Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.
;ohabiaiions! be in such climates William A. :McLean: County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
any can ; in summer and cold in winter. CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge- Jack-
,, and it is often a relief to enter them and to First Circuit sonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
E. :Maxwell Pen-
-Augustus Collector
of B.
:( close them up tightly against the outer Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Perry.
i heat." HOW THEY PLAY TIlE PIANO IN Assessor of Taxes S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
i Sheriff Uriah Bowden Jacksonville.
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas-
> ,' 'w : f "Is there much competition in trade NEW ORLEANS. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY.

> ,, l i,; among j he fore'gn residents?" "I was loafing around the streets last see.Third Circuit E. J. Vann, Madison. ville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
"Yes. in some lines. Foreigners go ,be-e nsht," said Jim Nelson, one of the oldest Fourth Circuit James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Revenue:Moses: J. Brown,
r so'elto accamu'ale a fortune, and constantly locomotive engineers running into New Jacksonville. F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

:. cher'sn the !idea of getting away Orleans, "and as I had nothing to do I ville.Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
as soon as they are pecuniarily in a dropped into a concept, and heard a slick- ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St.

,, .. pos-iion; _o do so ; and nattral'v, while\' looking Frenchman playa piano in a way Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.
there have to business; all the ;';liat made feel all in As
hey an eye me over spots. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke Sanford ,
time. We deal in all the necessaries of fife.F' soon as he sat. down on the stool I knew by County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. St. Augustine.

;! i ; E I 'our and lard are I two of the main articles the way he handled himself that he under- Clerk J. Caldwell, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
j, h imported. Cocoa beans are a pvoaii.nent\ ar- stood the machine he was running. He Court Calendar.FIRST Sheriff-James :M.: Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

i' ,t t< tic'e of e-oon. I have ireoaentjv made tapped the keys away up one end, just as if CIRCUIT. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. SUMTER COUNTY.
;i trips from Guayaquil:!
large quaniuies cf cocoa beaiis. which I had water enough. Then he looked up, as Santa Rosa 2d Monday in October. Columbia County. County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg,
Clerk-Thomas J.
have here( deposed of. and lad in floor i.i if he wanted to know how much steam be Walton 4th Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Ivey, Leesburg.

1. G + return. The pro j&s& of such a t.'ip: are sometimes was carrying, and the next moment he Holmes,, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday erts, Ancrum. Assessor Sheriff-J.of S.Taxes-G.Dyches,P.Leesburg.Webster.
: t vc'7 lai je. dour t that I have boughtfor pulled open the throttle and sailed out on in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Wall
Collector Revenue-J.
$'.000 I have been able io sell for nearly he man: line. as if he was a half an hour Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville.of R. G. Hamilton,

t : ,;: "i I $a 000 in Guayaquil. At the same time the late."You in October. ville.
.: e.pense of 1 I'aveMng and of snipping i 5a could hear her thunder over culverts Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law,* rooksville. Sumterville.Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,

those latitudes is exceeaiogly hgh.: The' and bridges, and getting faster and October. Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville.

; 17 Pacific :Mail Steamship Company, whose faster, until the fellow rocked about in his Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Assessor of laxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
..,: steamers ply between Panama and San seat like a cradle. Somehow I thought it This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- ville. County Judge -M. M. Blackburn, Live

': : Francisco, aid (.b e Pacific Steam Navigdl'oa was old' 36' pulling a passenger train, and ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, : Oak.
Company. whose;:; steamers: run to all I ports of the western c.oastofSouth America fellow worked the keys on the middle divi- Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
have no competition whatsoeve" on the Pacific sion like lightning, and then he few along Spring Term- Fort Dade. / Assessor of Taxes W. H. Sessions, 'Wei-

side, and run make (their own .ei.ns. the north' end of the line until the drivers Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st : in born.
I;' These: terms fi'equeutly amount to four or went sound like a bu':z saw, and I got ex- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison
five or even ten times what traveling o: cited.' About the time I was fixing to tell 2d Monday in County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak.
tan a i>oriaioa i of''rei;ighj woa1d! cost oa the him to cut her off a Ji.tile, he kicked the Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones

:t ; ; Atlantic coast:: of the United States. As an dampe'S under the machine wide open, Suwanee ,1st after April.4th Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak.
'l __ illustration of the erect oi the want of com- pulled ale; throttle away back in the tender, in Assessor of Taxes-S.E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

I : t p jtiO'l.( I mayc' the charge made by ;the cad, Jerusalem, jumper how he did run. April.Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-W. F. Buns,Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
.: : r" 1" Pacific Ma"1 Sea ip Company for getting; I t.ou1. n't stand it any longer, and yelled tohim in April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson prise.
; ; from Saa JOSe de Guatemala io that she the left Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins
w ,t"t"r a passenger was 'pounding' on Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Enterprise.
'1. .1 1 ;. New York. Their price for a first-class passage s'.oe; a"d i?be wasn't care:al he'd drop his in April. JEFFERSON. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise.

) (G'.' between these Iwo poui.s has been as psn, p"n. Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-
t : .! .1 high ass:.'OJ or more; bat hey take a pas- But ;be didn't hear. No one heard me. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.Collector.
J, :, !! ben?<:er from San Franc'sco for $100 or t 23.:; Everyihing was flying and whhzing.: Telegraph October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, :Monticello.: of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De-

r .t ;j :: You see there 's no'corapeMng line of travel poles on tie side: of the track looked Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land. -

i' '1' i between San Jose and New VorR but the e T:ke a row of co 'n talks, the trees appealed Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,
;'1 : is between San Franc'sco' aid New York. '0 be a mud bank, and all the time the ex- Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise.
'' 1 : "' "Tbe cost o:living! in Guayaquil is high haust of the old machine sounded like the in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.

", 'f 1 '.} ,'1 but for the cheapest places in ihe world in 'ium of a bumblebee. I tried to yell out, Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
; 1 ;M cg;, some respects you must goknne cities '.n but my tongue wouldn't move. He went October. ticello. Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

1 il t'i." the interior of Ecuador. These places are aioond curves like a bullet, slipped an eccentric Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
l k J 'j.';. very di icu't of access: the only way o? blew out his soft plug, went down in October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools W. T. Duval,

r .. \ ;": reaching them be'ng' by riding on mules g.ades fifty feet to the mile, and not a con- FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville.

4 I I' over the most precioitous and dangerous founded brake set. She went by the meei.- County Judge-W. J. Dixon New County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw-
L.. 1' mountain roads. Railroad communication ing point at a mile and a half a minute, and Spring Term Troy. fordville.

'f. ;.J--I ; is, of course, un know i). Togo to Qplio. the calling for more steam. My hair stood: up St. John's, 2d Tuesday"March.March. Sheriff-Thomas Clerk-Howell Hawkins J. Walker, New, New Troy.Troy. Collector of Ret'enue-'V. H. Walker,Craw-
'c ,-I i } capital of I ihe country, is a most I'aJguingjoarney like a cai.'s tail, because I knew thfl game Clay, 4th Tuesday in fordville.
Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey New
; Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. ,
lasting .ro.u eijht days .o fi.leen was up. Troy. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw-
1, ft r. days. The result or Ibis difficult l mode of 41 Sure enough, dead ahead of us was the Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock New ford ville.
; : f d, lra'nsportaon! and navel is that, while ail headi'sht of the spf cial.: In a daze I heard Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. ,

: ,:-'. : ariic'esof; irnoo.'t are e ceQs'vely dear, the the c"3sh as they struck, and I saw cars Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp New Stoves and Tinware.W. .
; '.. ,l : tfll"--: ar lcles of dome', ic production: are wonderfully shivered into atoms, people mashed and Fall Term- ,
i cheap One who would be sal'sSed mangled and bleeding, and gasping for St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy.
: f" Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley, New Troy. P. STREETY,
It. !Ij i confine h's demands to the articles o' food water. I heard another crash as the French 4th Tuesday in September.

k '! 'Ij'f. ., ; and wear that are: ;ibere produced b,y native pvofesso struck the deep keys away down Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,

I ,: 'i r labor, can live in Quito a whole year for tbe cn the ?ower end of the southern'division, Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. ,
,' "'. S amount he woo'a' ave to pay i ia, ocher and then I comes to my senses. There he Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee.

\I places. in a ?non,n. was at a dead standst'll, with the door of Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.

f'. ::1. In these mountainous rejions I need not ;he fire box of the machine open, wiping CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel,
t t,t tell you that 1 the climate is whoUy difierent/ ;hepersp'raion; off his face, and bowing at Spring Term- Tallahassee.
I't: from what it i h the hi If I Jive to be Treasurer-J. L. Tallahassee.
( on coast. Nowhere ate the people before n. a Sumter, Monday in March. Demilly.
,'. i j. climates 'io be fou that are more brac'ng thousand years old I'll never forget the ride :Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Relenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- .

t" ,I ;H.l and,udeed in all respec's. delicious that that Frenchman gave me on a piano.-New Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.
: Ij! I those 'n tie mountains of Central and South' 0)lefns "inre*-Democrat. March. "" i Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. -

'. 11'" f \ It! Amenca. Here, in he suture will be sore Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in .
"t' 1 : of the most beautiful and healthy resorts j Jo AN IMPOSSIBILITY.-Deserving articles are March. LEVY COUNTY.
it the world, but; the cuse of all these countries always ciated. The exceptional clean-
'I' app Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson;
It 1 F I at the present time is the character of liness of Parker's lair Balsam makes it March. Clerk J. M. Barco, Bronson.

:. ;'" ( ,I the'r populations. They are unfit to jjove .1 popular. Gray hairs are impossible with its Fall Term- t Sheriff -J. S. Parker, Bronson. ..
i S '.' j themse'ves. There is no such thing as .*- occasional use. I
t pe Sumter, 1st Monday'in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
Z. I manent secu'iiy ibeiefor life or proper .o. Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
} I.t. One revolution succeeds another. Fami'y How IT WAS DONE." How do you man- Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Key.
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;' feuds, personal quarrels, and political enmities age," said a lady to her friend, to appearso Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-
: ,'. 't keen these countries in a constant fe- happy and good natured all the time ?" Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson.
i : t ,!: I men i, and a man who io vesta capital there "I always have Parker's Ginger Tonic November. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .

.' :'4'f.tfr : feels as though lie were building on the handy," was the reply, and thus easily SEVENTH CIRCUIT. MADISON COUNTY. AND SHEET-IRON WARE
':; :, t :; ;:; t edge of a prec'pice.' Such ?is he condition keep myself and family in good health. Spring Term- County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- ROOFING AND*GUTTERING,
j '! 'f of Ecuador tp-o'ay, and the only South When I am well I always feel good natured -
-R. 4th in son.SheriffS.
r American country that can claim to have a ." Orange, Monday January. M. Hankins, Madison. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
t 1 I._ t stable foundation and a suitable Government Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
1 4 k'! is Chili.:' Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. of
k -New York Stun Tyner, call, and compare my prices with those
Dade 3d in
; 1"t'.J. l America Ahead Monday April. Madison. other houses, here or elsewhere.G. .
'., r,1'r.:jL EXPLORING TIlE OKECHOBEE Fall Term- County. Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison.
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Revenue-M. H. Warring Mad-
.J.; &:\ Volusia, Monday in September. ison. ,

t. Some time since a correspondent was sent Ra Brevard, 4th Monday in September.' Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth? Mad-
: ; out by the New Orleans limes-Democrat to Dade, 2d Monday in November. ison. ft'LIVERY
1 :' I: f i' explore the Okechobee region in Florida, MANATEE COUNTY.
1; t1 .r t as to the probable' success of the drainagej e
j 1" schemes, the health of that section, its County County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.
'ji: \. adaptability for the cultivation of sugar, etc. ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.

; The correspondent's views have been given zP0 County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. CARRIAGES and from AND Steamers WAGONSTo and Trains.
i:':. through the Times-Democrat in a series of O N ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown

n i.;. letters, and are of an exceedingly satisfactory 00 Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.

as+' .., character. He describes the soil as of wonderful w 60 0 00 Sheriff-John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash. FOR SALE :
"iI. : \ richness and fertility, composed almost t Assessor of axes George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
.., f ri : \1 entirely of the decomposition of vegetable 0 .N Hawthorne. Pine Level. HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS,
\\'If matter, and extending six or eight feet CARTS AND WAGONS.
Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY.County
,'(, t.toO''iii in depth. Strange to say, be ascertained also FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. ville. Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. TERMS CASH.'?

." from those employed on the dredge that Superintendent of Schools-W. ,N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Office and Stable-First Street, near
f ". \ the men bad enjoyed fine health, and that A.SK FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY IT!* Gainesville. Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf

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THE PITOll'PINE MARKET.The BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.The delicate odor Legal Advertisements. I Drugs and ..Medicines.DR. CARD 1
Northwestern Lumberman of the 10thsays of Floreston Cologne is entirely novel Look I JL OTTER

: "The New York correspondent of for signature of Hiscox & Co., N. Y., on NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. I J. D. PALMER.* T. W. PALMER.

Lumberman notes in his market report each bottle.A I FLORIDA, TRANSIT & PENINSULARRAILROAD ,' .; ',

this the week an improvement in the yellow GOOD FOUNDATION. American house- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that un- I PALMER BROSf '-
act of the Legislature of the
pine business at that port, that while not holds the prevailing complaints are weak- J
State of Florida entitled "An Act to
very marked is.nevertheless, very cheering. ness of the stomach and its consequences, pro- AND ."I
vide General Law for the Incorporation of : I
Such ruinously small prices have been ob- Indigestion, Nervousness and Rheumatism.Such a FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. .
Railroads and Canals. approved February16th "
tained in New York and elsewhere for yel- sufferers can lay a good foundation for have formed and f PHARMACISTS
1874 the undersigned
low pine lumber and timber that any bettering health by using Parker's Ginger Tonic as it under the of -
of the state of the markets will be hailed tones up the stomach and nerves, and keeps organized a company name In

with joy. In order to make the business of the kidneys active to carry.off the foul mat- ATLANTIC & MEXICAN GULF CANAL Effect January. 7th, 188S.

i tbe yellow pine manufacturers properly re- ter.-N. O. Picayune. COMPANY, Centre Street, near Depot,

numerative, thesaw-mill men will be obligedto for the purpose of constructing, maintaining -
get better prices than they have been get- CITY TAX SALE.By and operating a steamboat and barge GOING SOUTH.

ting been for the somewhat past year.under That a the cloud business is no VIRTUE me bylaw OF,AUTHORITY I, will sell on VESTED Monday, canal for public use in the the conveyance Florida of ; FLORIDA. Leave Fernandina.....................?. 8.00 a.m. 1 :

has why there should not be a decided April 2, 1883, in front of the court-house persons and property from thence line Leave Hart's Road....................... 8.42 a.m. fr

I reason for the better in time. The historyof door in the city of Fernandina Fla., within near the Okefenokee Swamp; the in a J ABSOLUTELY PURE Leave Callahan.......................... 9.48 a.m. .

change southwesterly direction across State of Leave Dutton............. .......
lumber business of the North is one of the legal hours of sale, the following described direct route to the ... ....10.15 a.m.t
the the most Gulf
and downs and in the South the same delinquent property, advertised to by DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED Leave Brandy Branch ................10.30 a.m. Gft&

I ups will lie likely to undergo like pay the city taxes assessed against it for the and along its shore to the western boundaryof Leave Baldwin...........................11.05 a.m.

! industry of the 1882: the State; to be constructed within Leave Maxville...........................11.32 a.m. '
,, changes. If some could be railway that managers insteadof year the limits of "..o couniies of Nassau, Baker, DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Leave Highland..........................11.55 am.
South ,
in the should the o" I( Columbia Hamilton,Suwanee Madison, Lafayette Leave Lawtey ............................12.15 pm. cLeave '

throttling, ,and they of encourage lumber and LOT. g o_ Taylor, Jefferson, Wakulla, Franklin Tem le's..........................12.30 p.m. &'

manufacture this conviction movement of, the X H Calhoun, Washington, Walton, Santa Standard Patent Medicines, Arrive Starke..............................12.34 p.m. "' .

act upon one -, Rosa and Escambia. The Canal Companywas Leave Starke .............................12.56 ,A...
barriers to the prosperity of the Southern" Alston John.................5........._ 30 $ 6 19 originally incorporated by the Legisla- Leave Thurston .......................... 1.06 p.m.p.m.. \

lumbermen would be out beset of the the way.Southern Bonaud, Peter .............34....... 7 8 03 ture of Georgia, under the name of the Atlantic -| Fancy TOILET Articles, |- Arrive Waldo............................ 1.30 p.m. "'i'.'..
The difficulties Dorsey, G., for Island & Mexican Canal Company, of which Leave Waldo.................1.35 .": ,
" lumber interest lie deeper than railroad City Lodge................. 2........... 25 6 98 this proposes to be an extension. Leave Gainesville..1..1 2.27 p.m.p.m.. .

r charges. So far as our information goes Denefield, Sam.............. 6 ...........42 1170 GEO. F. DREW, PERFUMERY Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 ) I

I railroads at the South have shown every Delaney R. S................ 5........._ 47 8 17 J. J. FINLEY, Leave Batton............................. 2.57 p.m.p.m.. )+..tf..

disposition to encourage the manufacture Delaney T. S................1........... 4 6 W GEO. R. FAIRBANKS LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc. Leave Archer.............................. 3.15 p.m.p.m.. ,

anu movement of our pItch pine. Friendship Lodge.......... 8......... 48 7 50 Of Florida. Leave Bronson ......1,11.,1........ 3.50 }
of Southern
This valuable product and our in demand Florida Transit R. R. 2-, LAFAYETTE MCLAWS, 2 f Especial and careful attention paidto Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.27 p.m. '

forests is becoming more more 660 feet of main track JOSEPH SHEPARD, Leave Rosewood......................... 5.02 .
in Europe. The latest reports from and road-bed....................... JAS. S. BAILEY p.m.p.m.
show immense and ..... 40 92 Physicians' Prescriptions, by Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.35 .
various quarters an Florida Transit R. R. 7- Of Georgia.

constantly increasing consumption of thIswood. 275 feet side track and 'Dated this 10th day of January, A.D,1883. an experienced Druggist. GOING NORTH.

Southern pitch pine has become as road-bed.................... ............ ..... 37 73 MR. RABB, the Manager will sleep
much of a staple commodity as cotton is as Hunter Joe.._............... 10......... 28 619Middleton In Circuit Court, Nassau County. Leave Cedar Key......................... 7.25 a.m.
Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05
badly needed abroad for household uses. It _...... 12 4 23 over the store and will respond to all callsat a.m.
that cannot be occupied by other Administratrix Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.
fills a place 1\Ianegault. ..... 39 5 67 E. E. S. of the
kinds of wood. While the white pineof our Nichols I of 2 41 8 23 Estate Winborn A. Sanborn dec'd night. 51 Leave Bronson................ ........... 9.22 a.m.

Northern forests is in demand at twice the Scott M. C. of 8 40 4 88 versus Leave Archer.............................. 9.52 a.m.Leave .

price of yellow pine, and while there is an Sanborn, 6, 26, GEORGE COOK and C. J. VAN NOSTRAND, Part- ESTABLISHED 1875.DRUGS Batton .............................10.09 a.m. ,

active demand for it, we find the market for 0..3,4 1119 07 ners as COOK & VAN NOSTRAND. Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m.

fluctuating. At .Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m.
yellow pine constantly Wilson : ........ 4-1 1197
the latter to something of a BY virtue of a final decree issued by the Arrive Waldo............................11.40 a.m.
present seems Wilson S. ........ 44 4 88Williamson =
in the market and does not Hon. James M. Baker. Judge of the = Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m.
drug foreign ........ 22 6 87
the to which it is entitled by the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, I will AND Leave Thurston..........................12.24 p.m.p.m.. ?i
bring price Unknown.. ........ 1 3 30
to which it is and by its relative u sell in front of the Court-House in the city Arrive Starke............................12.38 .
uses put .. ....... 3 30
of Fernandina,on the first Monday in April, Leave Starke.......................... ... 1.00 .
cheapness.: The lower it sells the more ..................... 1 ........ 1 3 30 MEDICINESHORSEY : p.m.p.m.
being the second day of said month all the
Leave Temple's........................... 1.09 f;
stringent become the buyers and the more u ..................... 25.......... 1 5 54 -
title and interest of George Cook andC.
Leave Lawtey ............................. 1.33 a
stringent become their inspections and re .................. .. 7........... 2 3 30 J. Van Nostrand partners as Cook & VanNostrand p.m.
Leave Highland .........................1.55 .
clamations. ............... ..... 8........... 2 330 described p.m.p.m.
in the following ''
The chief trouble with the lumber marketsis prop- Leave Maxville.......................... 2.19 .
24......... 2 5 54
11.111.,1 11..1..11 erty, to-wit: One forty-five horse power tubular Arrive Baldwin......... .................. 2.43 "
that matter how low the prices are & CO. p.m
no ...............1.1... 4_......... 3 4 35 boiler with all the fixtures one ,
; up- Leave Baldwin ......... ................. 2.53 .
published by the bears they always find h..................... 8........... 4 3 30 right engine and direct acting engine, with p.m.p.m. ,
Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 .
enough needy or desperate people to furnish ...... ....... 2........... 9 4 35
.1,1. .1 saw frame, two circular saws, carriage etc.; Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35
them timber and lumber at their own prices. e ............ .. p.m. ,
.. ..... 3........... 9 4 35
and frame one edger saw
Many timber getters and saw-mill men are 35 one saw ; ; :1| PHARMACISTS 1 h Leave Callahan........................... 4.25 p.m. '
11......... 9 4
1..1.1..1. one hog car; ten slat cars-now used in a Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15 .
their below The p.m.p.m.
now selling products cost. .....
1..1 ........... 5........... 15 4 35 certain saw mill operated by Cook & Van
consumer takes vantage of the high waters 11..1............... 6........... 15 4 35 Nostrand at or near the 45 mile-post on the Arrive Fernandina .1..1.1.1.. ..... 5.50 '

knowing that the logmen must seize the ..................... 4........... 16 5 01 Florida Transit Railroad, on Section 31, Centre Street, Trains daily, except Sunday. F

opportunity of winter rains to get to the O HU.H g 1......... 5........... 16 4 35 Township 2, South Range 24 East, in the FERNANDINA. FLORIDA

mills, and depresses the market. The saw-mill ..................... 22......... 16 4 35 County Florida together with all the belting ,
men are compelled to respond to the lower ..................... 11......... 17 3 57 I shafting, pulleys and steam and
prices, and the logmen finding themselves ,e ..............1..1.11 17.......... 17 3 57 I all the machinery used in and pump about said KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
in debt for advances and not being able to .....1.....1.1..11 1 2........... 21 4 35 saw mill. PENINSULAR DIVISION. .

store their timber are compelled to take ..................... 3............ 21 4 35 PETER CONE. EIGN and DOMESTIC

what they can get. .....................4..:........ 21 4 35 Sheriff Nassau County Florida. GOING SOUTH. '

There is no way to escape this periodical ..................... 5........... 21 4 35 I Fernandina, Fla., March 1. 1883. Drugs and Chemicals Leave Waldo Junction................ 1.40 p.m.

squeezing process except by concert of action ......................16......... 25 4 35 Leave Dixie................................. 2.02 p.m.p.m.. ,

L among our home mil men. They should ...... -.............. .8............ 28 5 40 Sheriff's Sale. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines Leave Hawthorne ................. ... 2.20 '
form associations and either shut down their ..................... 11......... 4 35 E
28 and by virtue of an execution Leave Lochloosa......................... 2.38
II mills and cut off production at such periods h .......................3........... .30 4 35 UNDER in the Fourth Judicial Circuit in Proprietary and Fancy Goods Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 I'

or stagnation resort to and some ruin other to their device interests.to prevent It is &C" ..................... 4............ .30 4: 35 and for Nassau County, in a suit wherein Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31 p.m.p.m.

.1.11..1...1......... 13......... 32 3 30 Philip Goodbread, C. Rodgers C. P. Mahoney FINE TOILET ARTICLES Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00
not unusual for to to p.m.
an thing spinners bring ..................... 5........... 4 35 ,
bear the market such concerted cc 40 William B. Hardee and C. W. Cone, Leave Ocala..............................? 4.30 p.m.
upon power. ..................... 6........... 48 4 35 partners as Philip Goodbread & Company, Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18
By:combination and prudence the lum- ..................... 31......... 57 3 30 PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., p.m. '
bermen of the Northwest have become rich. &C are plaintiffs, and the Eureka Palmetto Palm Arrive Wild wood........................ 5.45 p.m.. P fr; i
..................... 32......... 57 3 30 and Paper Company are defendants I have
Ten years ago their condition was; pretty ..................... 33......... 57 3 30 levied upon and will sell at public ,auction, IN GREAT VARIETY. GOING NORTH. '
much such as ours. They suffered from cc ..... M......... 3 30 r
.1..1.11.111. 57 in front of the Court-House in the city of Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00 ,
similar depressions, brought about by foreign u ..................... 2........... 71 3 57 Fernandina the second of Physicians Prescriptions Leave Lake a.m.a.m.
on Monday, day Weir Station............. 7.35 .
speculators. The weak failed and u .....................2........... 6 85u
those who survived learned such wisdom 77 April, one pair of platform scales, and three carefully compounded with pure Leave Ocala................................. 9.00 a.m.
..................... 1........... 79 4 23 {
hay presses ; levied upon as the property of Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18
that the consumers were brought to the &C Drugs, at reasonable prices. a.m.
pay ...................... ........... 2 34
the Eureka Palmetto Palm and Com Leave
Paper Anthony Place.................. 9.46 r
value of the products. So :soon as the mill- &C a.m.a.m.
...................... ........... 115 2 34 Terms Leave
pany. Orange Lake ....................10.13 .
men asserted their independence the consumers cc ..................... .3...........115 2 M cash.PETER Sheriff. Railroads. Leave .
were as anxious to buy as before they CONE Lochloosa. ................. ....10.39 a.m. ,f
...... 4...........
indifferent.If .111..11111.1 11 115 2 34 Fernandina, Fla., March 2, 1883. Leave Hawthorne.......................10.57
were L. a.m.
..................... 5 CENTRAL AND WESTERN
2 M
FLORIDA Leave Dixie........... .. .
mill-men .. .. ...........11.15
our and logmen will imitate ee a.m.
......... ........... (6........... 115 234 OF FLORIDA 1 COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE Arrive
the STATE Junction..... ........11.35
prudence of the Northwest we will very cc ..................... 7...........115 2 34 OF NASSAU. [ -- a.m.

soon see as prosperous a condition of affairs u '.1.1..1......... ............ 2 34 To James O'Boyle-You are hereby noti- June 25, 1882. Trains daily, except Sunday.

.. here as exists there. cc ..................... 1 9......... 269 5 54 fied that a writ of attachment has been issued Commencing this date, trains on this

We urge our mill-men to unite against the u ..................... 20......... 5 5-1 against you and your property attached, to road will run as follows :|1 C

exactions of consumers, and we urge our ..................... 21......... 269 5 54 satisfy the demand of twenty-five dollars.

land owners and logmen to leave their trees cc ..................... 23.........269 5 54 Now, unless you shall appear before H. J. WESTWARD.Accom.. Mail. S'M

fair uncut unless they can contract them for a ..................... 24......... 269 5 54 Baker Esq., County Judge and ex-officio Jus- Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

profit over expenses.. .. -Mobile Register. ......................25.........269 5 54 tice of the Peace in and for said county, at Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 pIn GOING SOUTH. .'

MARKETING- cL .....................1........... 276 2 45 his office at Fernandina, on the 12th day of Sanderson......... 8.25am 9.55pm

ORANGES. u ..................... <_)........... 2 4- March A. D. 1883. at 10 o'clock in the fore- Lake City...........11.00 a m 11.55 p m Leave Fernandina......11.35 a.m. 6.15 p.m. '
A well
market.crop The grown of is only half way to &C .....................3...........276 2 45 noon,judgment will be rendered against you Arrive Live Oak............ 1.15pm 1.15am Leave Hart's Road.....12.05 p.m. 6.55 p.m.

much profits the the orchardist for de- u ..................... 4............276 2 45 and your property sold to pay the debt. Ellaville............ 2.30 p m 2.30 a m Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00p.m. 8.00p.m. ,

pend well on preparing when crop and market, .c ..................... 5........... 276 2 45 Dated this 12th day of January, 1883.J. 11 Madison ............ 3.30 pm 3.30 a m GOING NORTH. .

as What as knowing how where to cc ..................... 9........... 276 2 45 A. ELLERMANN. Drifton............... 5.25pm 5.30am Leave
sell. is worth is worth Jacksonville..... 9.00a.m.
doing doing ..................... 10......... 276 2 45 8-td Plaintiff.IMPORTANT. Monticello ......... 6.00pm 5.50am 3.35p.m.
well. Do not and Leave Hart's Road..... 9.35
pull your oranges dump cc ..................... 11 ........ 276 2 45 Tallahassee......... 7.30pm 7.30am a.m. 4.01 p.m.
them in the boxes but cut them from Arrive Fernandina.....10.40 a
the &C ..................... 1 2......... 276 2 45 Quincy.............. 9.30am a.m. 5.00P.m.
close tree with the a sharp knife.or scissors, cutting as &C ..................... 13......... 276 2 45 Chattahoochee... 10.35am Trains double daily except Sunday.

when to orange as possible (never gather- &C ..................... 14..........276 2 45 14 Chatta. River_.... 10.55am SUNDAY TRAINS. 1F
the fruit
ing on trays, boxes is or wet on the or damp floor)allowing, spreadout cc" ..................... 15......... 276 2 45 TO ORIGINAL OWNERS OF LANDS SOLD EASTWARD.Accom. Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.45a.m. ;

several hours for the fruit to sweat. Assort .....................16......... 276 2 45 FOR THE NON-PAYMENT' OF DIRECT' Mail. Arrive Fernandina.....................11.10 a.m.
..................... 17...... ArriveJacksonville....... 7.30am
.. 6.45pm
according to size off dust .. 276 2 45 Leave Fernandina........................5.00 '
smut or scale and, brushing each any in ..................... 18..........276 2 45 TAXES IN 1863, 1864, AND 1865. Baldwin............. 5.25pm 6.15am Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25 p.m.p.m. .+
tissue wrap orange a h ..................... 19......... 276 2 45 Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m
If or !spongy: paper cut for the purpose. ..................... 20........276 2 45 ptORRESPONDENCE is invited by the Lake City........... 1.20pm 2.40am

you have a crop to justify it, have your &C ..................... 21......... 276 2 45 \J undersigned from those persons (or their Leave Live Oak............11.35 a m 1.15 a m

guaranty printed on the wrappers, giving ..................... .0...)........... 276 2 45 legal representatives) who, at the time such Ellaville ...........10.10 a m 11.55pm ,,
your and address well the sales of real
of name as as name cc .................... 23......... 276 2 45 estate were made were the orig- Madison ............. 9.05am 10.50pm 1 r
yonr orchard. Pack carefully in boxes, C& ... inal owners thereof. In most instances these Drifton............... 7.30am
.11.1..1......... 24......... 276 2 45 9.05pm i
using 12x12x17 for inches in size, as most desirable cc ..................... 25........ 276 2 45 sales realized more than the tax upon them, Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm CONNECTIONS. rAT

to much shipping, and because they open cc ..................... 26......... 276 2 45 and the surplus so realized amounted to Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.30pm i '

up The main better advantage for exhibition. .. ..................... 27......... 276 2 45 nearly $200.000. Efforts are being madeto Quincy.............. 5.30pm FERNANDINA, FLA., y

not trouble is too much haste and Ii ..................... 28......... 276 2 45 have this large sum returned to the orig- Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25 pm With New York and Fernandina Steam- '

A enough attention paid to packing neatly. ..................... 29..........276 245 inal owners of the property from which it Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8

consignee first-class likes his fruit to come to himin cc ..................... 30......... 276 2 45 was received, and those interested! should Passenger trains leave Jacksonville at 10 a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m.: and for New

sake of manner not jumbled in for the u ..................... 31......... 276 2 45 take action at once if they desire to recover a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m., ri m
them in the market the balance due them. Business in-
There is getting first. cc ..................... 32......... 276 2 45 Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45p.m., or 5.50 p.m. .
that is no profit in that. Neatness is all C& ..................... 33..... ....276 2 45 trusted to the undersigned will be promptlyand arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 p.m., making With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- .

follow necessary and to prove it to oneself u .....................<2.)"t......... 276 2 45 satisfactorily attended to. ReferenceCitizens' close connections with Florida Transit Rail- nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.'AT ;i

cell your first-class own dictates when buying, Unknown(Old Town)..,12......... 2 65 National Bank, Washington D. C. road for Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg and CALLAHAN.To .

sell )your second-class oranges for as what first-class, and .u, u... 8............ 81 2 52 AddressGEORGE E. LEMON Cedar Key.Sleepers and from Savannah and Charleston at

and throw just they are, cc ... 9........... 16 2 52 on all night trains.CONNECTIONS. 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7-30 and 4.22 m.
home away or use your poor oranges at II u... 10......... 16 2 52 Lock Box 325 WASHINGTON, D.C. p.

them., or make marmalade or wine from .4 cc... 11......... 16 2 52 At Jacksonville Waycross Short Line, AT BALDWIN FLA., 1 q

Rural Oalifornian. ... 12......... 16 2 52 PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor with all points North or West ; with the To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and

THREE h cC ...13........ 16 2 52 for improvements in old Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for 2.43 p.m.

put of the princes in France have been cc... 14......... 16 2 52 ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand Fernandina ; and with Steamers for all AT HAWTHORNE,

The on Due the retired list of the French army. u ... 3........... 19 23" all patent business promptly attendedto. points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or To and from Palatka at 10.37 a.m.and 2.20

now d'Aumale is one of the four sons cc h... 2........... 21 2 32 INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Charleston.At p.m.

living of King Louis Philippe. He inherited cc u ... 3........._ 21 2 32 REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail- AT WILDWOOD. .
a fortune from the Con 5s, and has ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- road for all South Ocklawaha River ;
gathered cc... 4........... 21 2 32 Florida With Line to and
a valuable historical collection of cc... 5......_... 21 2 32 ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- or Gulf points without change of cars; also and Stage from Brooksville
paintings, manuscrips, and.bric-a-brac. He cc NESS EXCLUSIVELY we can secure pat- for Cedar and Steamers to Gulf Tampa daily except Sunday.
is a General ... 6........._ 21 2 32 Key ports. With Line to and from .
of Division in the French Army. h ents in less time than those who are remote At Live Oak 5 and 6 with the Stage Leesburg
The Due u... 8........._. 21 2 32 by Nos. daily
de Chartres is a son of the Due .e Washington.When Savannah Florida & Western Railroad for except Sunday. rAT
Orleans h... 4........._ 22 2 32h u
and a grandson of King Louis Inventors send model or sketch Savannah.At CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
P ... 5........._ 22 2 32 Albany or
lhppe. The Due d'Orleans died before II we make search in the Patent Office and Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch With
his father's II... 4........._ 23 2 32 Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
whose abdication. The Duc de Chartres, cc cc... 5........._ 23 2 32 advise as to its patentability fret of charge. Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp.

vmeanist brother the Comte de Paris, is the II Ie... 6........._ 23 2 32 Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- urdays.At .; for Tampa and :Manatee, Monday and v i
heir to the throne, but who is now cc able and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT- Chattahoochee River with Steamers-
without u... 7........._ 23 2 32 ; Friday. t.
the rank in the aimr' was Colonel of II II ... 8........._ 23 2 32 ENT IS OBTAINED.We Chattahoochee on Sundays, and Everingham With Mo an's Line Steamships for Key
J Twelfth Chasseurs. His Peter Williams (taxes for refer by permission to the City Post- on Thursdays for Apalachicola and West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.;

of address them to his command when taking leave 1880))_........................ 10, 11.... 27 10 65 master, and to the Superintendent of the returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for for New Orleans every Friday 4 p. m. I
does credit to him as a patriot and aaan. Unknown for Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Columbus Ga. For information
(taxes 81.) 11......... 28 4 35 respecting routes, rates,
son The Due d'Alencon is the youngest Unknown (taxes for'81.) 7........... 9 3 63 ington. For special references circular,service j. s. MCELROY, etc., apply to ;
of the Due de Nemours and is also terms, etc., addressC. Master of Transportation.W. A. O. MAcDONELL

grandson of King Louis Philippe. He is a J. E. MEDDAUGH, A. SNOW & CO., M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent., -

Captain in the artillery. City Tax-Collector.. 2-tf Opp.Patent Office.)Washington Df;. General Manager. D. E. MAXWELL: Gen Supt. 21
Fernandina, Fla.. March 10, 1883. ,

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r.1 MIRROR. The Tidal Wave.A wife, Percy and Walter Jones. Philadelphia; List of Letters NOTICE.

I 1 THE FLORIDA northeaster set in on our coast on Wed- E P Young, wife and three children, Miss Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE
* Y Libbie Y Love Miss Maggie Wardrop, P F THE
: I I'JI nesday night and continued through Thurs- Nassau county, Florida, March 10, 1883. stricken from the registration
D Miss'Mor-
Smith and wife, Mrs\ R Boyce,
list of the of
-t :\ $t.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Persons calling for these letters must City Fernandina, by the Special -
{* Jiy day and Friday. The wind was so high on gan, Miss Jennie Bradley Master Carnegie, say Committee appointed by the President

," .1 A Thursday that the Bridgeton was obliged to Misses Carnegie, Geo Laudin, Miss Mary advertised: of the Council, for the purpose of revising.

: ,f! J :,., Reflections. steam back. The Carondelet went to sea on Head, J H McMahon\ and son, Pittsburgh ;jJ Anderson, Maggie Owens Clarnder the registration list :
. i l D Middleton, J S Bowers, Bedford, Pa; Rudd Ella Lunett
';. ( 4 I Friday morning as usual. J W Silsby and wife, Thos J Delano, Jr, F Andrews, May Hanley, Rob't
The city tax sale advertisements will be Crosley, C.E?: Richardson,Dr.C.L. 2 Alston John Jones,
a tide and Friday W Cram L B Thompson, Miss Thompson, Joseph
The Thursday
: 'j spring on Carter, M. C. Shackelford, J. H.
George Johnson
I Avery,
? found on a preceding page. Augustus
Chas W and wife Mrs R A Lawton
t f mornings was quite high, presenting an unbroken Earens, George Spencer J. Baker, Watson Jones, Charles
: C I Bliss Geo B Brown, H K Brown, Gran-
I Mr. P. Quigley and wife, of Wilmington, expanse of waters between this city Francis, Mary Scott, R. M. Bailey Edward Jerry, A. S.
ville H Norcross Miss Norcross, R W Whiting -
itl. : ,
r'.' ....r ; Del., are guests at the Egmont. all the flats I Hamilton, James M. Shiver, Theodore Clinch, Chatham King Bern.Kane .
\ ''t1ff.:" and St. Marys, and submerging A C McGraw and wife, J B King, W C Harwood, Ed. Sand, Walter Clark A. F.
,! Jt ...'" Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lyle, of New York, as far as the railroad bridge. It was not high I Yawkey and wife, Willie Yawkey, Miss Johnson Ealsia Smith, Simon riotman: John Knabb, Nathan
"i Charles
f ;'.;, .',;', arrived at the Egmont Thursday. enough, however, to cover the docks or oc- Lillie Yawkey, Detroit ; D W Ellis F W Jenks, Andrew Thiel, Thomas Cook, James Klotz JuliusDrummond
> Ellis, Mass John Frost,Salem, Mass Sam'lWhitwell
; ; Simon Hannah
; i and Mr. S. Howe casion damage. Wiggins' prediction Johnson Taylor, Prince Love, Hilliard
c Mr. John Gilsey George any Wm T Gorham, Gt Barrington, King, Richard Vaughan, Mrs. H. E. Lewis
(.:" ; .:_ t ;' of New York, have apartments at the Egi'"I.J was discussed with very little serious appre- J M Finch and wife, Hornellsville, N Y; Dockhb, Lio Woods, Frank 2 Ferguson Demery, Edward Love.Lee, William Sam'l E.

\: : mont. hension. So far as we were concerned, it Mrs P Sheldon, Jamestown, N Y ; Lewis Means, Gahl Young, Margaret Floyd, John Lee Samuel
Glenn Mrs Glenn and child S J Can ,
I :. Mr. J. C. Weideman and family, of Cleveland was only an ordinary spring tide and north- Cincinnati, ; B A Weathers, Ocala, Fla mann; Geo Maxwell, JamesSAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M. Gano Gibson, N.Dan'l L. W.Iordica.Lumpkins. Major

i'i'r' easter. F Howe St Mo Miss T L Grove, Edward
; 0., are among the recent Egmont ar- Joseph, : Gifford, W. P. Mason
t rivals.. \, The rain is very timely for the benefit of Burlington, Ia; Sarah C Clough, Joseph C Notice.: Hearns, Edward Milford Henry
: ;; our gardens and fruit trees, and will be of .Clough, Hillsboro, Md\ ; John A Clough, Jr, Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Hagans, Perry Payne, Hercules Henry
,' ,' : In another column will be found the advertisement Denver; Mrs H G Warner, T J Whitney,
'. .. ,'.., immense advantage to the truck-growers in Rochester N Y Geo L Fears, 0 Garland the subscribers to the capital stock of the Hunter, Edward Pasco, Jacob
ii; ::k ,!II I .' of H. W. King's Florida curiosity ; ; Fernandina & Amelia Beach Railway Company Hunt, Fred Robinson Bart
: the interior. Gloucester, Mass; J W Cotry, Ga; Wm Ren-
't: 1'f< : f\ store. wick and wife. Henry Trede Davenport, Ia; will be held at the office of Samuel A. Hall, JohnHopkins Robinson'Lewis

ILI I ;jtLt The steamship Carondelet sailed yesterday The Newport of the South. J N Topliff and wife, R C White and wife, Swann, in the city of Fernaudina, on Wednesday Howell, Sam, F. W. Ross, CharlesRoche.
A E Bigelow and wife, Cleveland 0 J W March 21,1883, for the purpose of J. P.
If//', \. :1 ti.J.,"!, morning for New York with thirty-seven FERNANDINA, FLA.: February 28, 1883. Pearce, Atlanta; .S B Cobb and wife, ,;Jno S electing a President and Board of Directorsfor Hicks, Thomas Saxon, MilesG.

" ,'t',"'': I ; passengers. Among the many arrivals at the Egmont Gould and wife, J Beecher and wife, Chicago the ensuing year. F. AVERY,
t; 1. 't Il'.1 Hotel, Fernandina, Fla., may be mentionedMr. ; Walter M Smith, J F Smith, Mrs L P By order of the incorporators.W. PETER WILLIAMS,
I."' :'. :, Mr. J. C. Miller and wife, of Toronto, Cant and Mrs. John Curtis, Mrs. E. C. Drew, Bissell, Hartford,'Conn ; S Protzman, Ken- N. THOMPSON, Chairman. WM. LAKE,

,. .,.../t" 4.: t' '1.F'.i ada, are visiting Fernandina, and have Mrs. P. E. Burtchaell, Mr. E. B. Hull, Mr. ton, 0, Hugh A Corley, Lake Harris, Fla ; Attest : A. O. MACDONELL Sec'y. Committee.
. ;... :'', and Mrs. W. Quirin and family.of Boston. Fernandina, Fla., March 10. 1883. Fernandina Fla. :March 10
? .,'4 J,.., rooms at the Egmont. John E Clark, \V B Thompson, CS L'Engle, 1883.
,et f : Too much cannot be said for this nicely-appointed Capt Hines and wife, Bernard G Amend and
) wt>'+l.t Mr. G. T. Laird, of New York, who for the and house. It is
t ; splendidly-kept H City Registration Notice.: -
son, Mrs :Higgins, Mrs F W Ely, Mrs J I :Ir:
, :: j' : past ten seasons has been a visitor to Fer- spacious and tastefully-furnished, and Mr. Dennier, Miss Hendrick, Mrs\ G B Griffin, I The registration books of the city of Fer-
r al .", : 'j:; nandina, is again in the city. Kittelle, the proprietor, a most genial gen- Rawlings Jacksonville ; W E Livingston, nandina, which are now open at my office,
. .;I. '1.t \ tleman, welcomes his guests cordially, and F & J R R; R N Withnell and wife, Omaha southeast corner of Centre and Third streets, StoreOffers
,, : .t :. j'.. Hon. G. T. Barker and wife of Peoria, certainly makes them feel at home. Eg- I Neb; 0 Monchamp Winnipeg, Man ; W J will be closed Wednesday, March 28, 1883,

" '(,i' Y'!@' J 111., are at the Egmont. Mr. Barker is a mont Park in front of the hotel, has amongits I Gumming Albert Strang, Yorktown, N Y ; at 6 o'clock p. m.
" ; attractions a bowling alley, lawn tennis : Wm A Munroe Providence R I David a large and carefully selected
:..; ;1 prominent banker at that place. ; WM. F. WOOD, ,
r and croquet grounds, and with its orange Reese, Frankfort N Y ; Wm A Baldwin, City Clerk.
<, wM Mr. and Mrs, F. B. Porter, of Newport, R. trees and clumps of palmettos forms a very Wellsville, N Y ; Mr Elson, Mrs G M Clokey Fernandina, Fla., March 2,1883-3t. STOCK OF HOSIERYFor

!: '-'!. I., and Mrs. C. F. Pond and maid, of New pleasant place to while away one's leisure Decatur ; John Hunton and wife, Wy T ; E
: :. moments.A M West and wife St Louis, Mo ; W W Reed, Sealed Proposals. Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.E3.A.ND .
; York are registered at the Egmont.
beach miles in
4. fine twenty length, Milwaukee; F Karste, Sheboygan, Mich ;
f_' I Sealed proposals will be teceived until
; i It is stated that the smooth and hard as a floor, and at low tide W Switzerland John Fist
:I oq good authority Roethlisberger ; March 14th for contracting to remove all : XE E,0: IIE"S::: ,
from four to six carriages
: :trJr accomodating Wis Dr RT
Vermont Chas W Whimfield
., bunko now infesting Jacksonville are ; ; soil for the for the next to
gang night ity seven
short drive and .
abreast, is reached by a as Coleman, Dr J McCaw, Richmond H H Silk, Linen, and Cotton.
: ;
', :," Nclw making preparations to work this city. the house has a fine livery, is easily access Ellis Washington Mrs A Meade St Paul, nine months, as Council may direct com-
< ;"r;,,t, I We call the attention of the police to this ible. The weather is cooler and dryer than Minn ; Edward S/mitb/ wife and two chil- mencing April 1st, or sooner. Specificationscan Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
subscriber.G. .
be had to the
by application
: ," "It[t. matter. the places on the St. John's river, and dren, Mrs E P Allen, Bergen Point, N J; Laces, Towels, Napkins
; ; F. AVERY, ,
,.. exempt from the heavy dews and dampnessthat J Shepard, St Marys, Ga ; Charles T Tyrer,
: Our friend Samuel Swann whorecerftly render those places, for some Chairman of Committee on Public Improve- Dress Lining, Buttons,
; i young persons England ; B S Crosby, San Mateo, Fla ; Ran-
V i; ;i,t"r}!' graduated from the Pennsylvania objectionable. Cumberland Island, where" dolph Hersey, Montreal ; Wm Payne,Janes- Fernandina ments and Sanitary, March 3d,1883.2tFor Work and Notions, Generally..

'''' nia of may be seen the ruins of "Dungeness is ville. Wis; G T Barker and wife, Peoria, 111 ;
,[ College Pharmacy
Philadelphia re- reached bv the little steamer Egmont which F B Porter and wife, Newport, R I; P Quigley A new lot of LACE COLLARS and :NECK-
f t r. turned here this week. Sam will take his plies regularly between there and Fernan- and wife, Wilmington, Del ; F M Iron- Rent. TIES just received and marked low.

. ;,'j ; il I, : old place in Horsey's drug store. lina, and is a most delightful trip. The monger, Jr, Associated R R ; H E Day, A very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof

I+. l f: '11:H We to notice that island is quite tropical, and has very pleas- Transit R R; J E Botsford and wife, Port JOHN HEDGES, Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior.In : .
are pleased Mr. Wm. R.
k ant walks long of wild
through avenues Fernandina Fla.
January ,
t. f Huron, Mich ; J C Mills and wife, Toronto ;
\''"f *' Ren wick and wife, of Davenport, Iowa, and olive and magnolia trees, and many date Louis A Graves, Bennington, Vt; James PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK-

..;. : ft; ;, Mr.John S. Gould and family, of Chicago, and sago palms may be found there.* Fish Johnson, St Augustine; Mrs J E Lucas, Select "Intermediate" School for ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a

'. : .11'1: : have returned from: their trip up the St. and game are abundant, and one morningthe Springfield ; Wm R Pleak, Greensburg, Ind; Boys and Girls, fine variety. _
r -i jiiliivSlfft' wife of one of our suburban ministers J C W eideman, wife and child, Mrs F Hath- Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson
: Johns, and are again registered at the Egt caught twenty-sixfish in thirty-two minutes,
welt, Cleveland, 0; Mrs M E Robinson. application. FLORIDA AND SEMITROPICAL CURIOSITIES
:,",. a Hil'_' mont. all good fry. The soft grass so abundant at G. W. SCHUYLER.
\ the North is at of the A SPECIALTY.
;;1,4 ::: 1:1 i') The British steamship Ravcnsdale Captain places of resort rarely in Florida seen and many then only Range of Thermometer Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental

( :: [! Morrell, which arrived here last week from as it is cultivated, while in Fernandina ittlWUllA FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MARCH 9, Music and French. 50 j/JiJ"" Orders from the Country So1icited.KING:7S:7 .*

.. .. .. .,..... ., HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.
.h".1a ; A' rlo..O
rrh. "." d'cated .).. <:!
''!t ; : the West Indies, was cleared Tuesday last by >3 AU& iAV/J WUA jr 11* i V VA'''6''''''Oat Heal Estate
:: t. :
7 this and this is but of
1 V '". Mr. Wm. Lawtey for Queenstown or Falmouth succession morning of perfect days we have had one since a S 8 S S 'g I For sale. Two desirable lots, well located. : '

!:ft i""I for orders with 1,100 tons cottonseed arrival here, a week ago. During our walk dc-l Apply to W. S. RAWSON. 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.
ti ,i m co r Fernandina Fla., January 6,1882-tf.
: : bales this the wild flowers met ,
h 61 sea island cotton and 328 logs morning, our eyes
:; ,.k: t. z ,' cedar. on every side, and we made quite a bouquet Saturday..March B 61 70 170 68 NE. Nassau Fibre, DR. TV. E. SNVDER,

: of white roses, white clover violets, purple Sunday............ 4 63 71 71 70 SE. a
: ; .it 1 The steamship Carondelet arrived at this lantana, which climbs wellas For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto : EtIII
everywhere, as Monday........... 5 62 72 71 70 S'V. I
,i ; I port from New York Tuesday morning, and the sweet yellow jasmine, both filling Tuesday............. 6 63 74 73 I 73 I E. June anything 24-tf else in FRED use. W.For HOYT sale by& Co. Z M g

.) 'j: + cleared for that port Friday morning with their vines with bright blossoms, until 'Vednesday........ 7 ro 68 67 65 NE. H r e=
?? oIl I hardly a green leaf is discernable. I am Thursday......... 8 58 64 64 62 NE. Et
I; 't., I the following cargo : 129 bales cotton 231 surprised that more invalids have not made Friday................ 9 56 58 58 56 \ NE. c M
,1 '; I't; packages palms, 450 logs cedar 196 cases cedar Fernandina their home for the winter, for faH .=.,

<::1 I'''. 301 barrels rosin, 16 barrels spirits, 19 certainly the climate is dryer and less ener- fafl = =--
: vating than most places in Florida, and the rr
1 Jt; barrels sugar, 12 barrels syrup, 36 boxes vegetables Egmont Hotel furnishes a most attractiveand ..r-

: ? ,,j f 103 packages merchandise. delightful home for a umber of weeks.C. of Fernandina.

'i' ;j l Our city has been very full of visitors during A. B. in the Boston Gazette. HIGH WATER.Sunday STRENGTH OPERATIONS charges FIRST-CLASS reasonable.; 20 years'Sets

.,' l, the past week, and the hotels have been Saturday, March" 10...... 9:01 A.M. 9:28: P. M. of Teeth on Gold; Celluloid or Rubber, and
11...... 9:49" 10:16"Monday
,i" ': I f;:r well filled. It would be very advantageous Council Proceedings.A .c 12.1037 11:04" every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -
JII if regular meeting of the:.City Council was Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
the capacity of the Egmont 13.1128 11:56
: was largely Tuesday, to vigorously push a business, made Consultationsand
; entirely satisfactory.
i held last Wednesday, and the following &I ..... Ooo'c 0:21"
,i increased. Its high reputation is attracting Wednesday, : .
t t advice free, and willingly given. 10
; to profession
strength study a
d members were present: Aldermen Avery, Thursday15....... 0:53'c: 1:19" ,
: 1 i :': an increasing patronage, and we see no &I "
McDonald, D. Williams, P. Williams and Friday, -16...... 1:52: 2:18: strength to regulate a household -
'1 reason why it should not be made equal in ;
Lake. do labor with- J. H. PRESCOTTDEALER
; strength to a day's
.tq'.'i -: its extent of accommodation to the largest ENTERED. '

:\ I ,. hotels in the South. On motion of Alderman' Avery, Alderman M'ch 3-Sch Sarah Eaton, Dix, Philadel- out physical pain. All this repre

; Lake took the chair. phia fertilizers and coal, to G.
r' Boston continues to be well represented W. Kittelle.; sents what is wanted, in the often
The following bills were ordered paid :
I' at the Egmont. Among the guests from Pay roll of policemen for Januaryand 3-Brig Alfred (Br.), Young, Bermuda heard expression, Oh I wish I

R':' 1':: that city we find the following: J. 'V.Silsby February, 1883......................$323 75 ; ballast, to master. had the strength!" If you are

; ::1+,'I' and wife, Thomas J. Delano,Jr., F.W. Cram, Bill of W. F. Wood, Jr., Treasurer, 4-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, broken down have not or IN

':" '" Lucian B. Miss for February.................... ........... 41 66 Savannah with freight and passengers energy,
Thompson Thompson C.J. to J. A. Mercier.
? (, ,
worth flying
feel if life
} Bill of Robert Brown,lighting lamps 15 00 as was hardly
r f ,f' :;;r jl \ Bliss Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.Hersey, Mrs. Bill of Robert Brown, extra pay January 5-Brig Emanuel (CSp., ). Mulct, Ponce ;
r j be relieved and
restored -
1:I ; R. A. Lawton, George B. Brown, H. K. and February....................... 6 00 ballast to master. you can
c1 6 S. S. Carondelet.Hines New York
? health and
robust strengthby
Brown, Granville H. Norcross, Miss Nor- The tax-collector was authorized to re- 1,508 tons; with freight and passengers to

;, '\< n cross and R. W r. Whiting. ceive from Major W. B. C. Duryee couponsof to R. W. Southwick. taking BROWN'S IRON BIT-

.,; \L.': the city, amounting, with interest, toI I 7-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, TERS, which is a true tonic-a
Savannah with and
freight -
\ ,
'. .1:'; f" Painful Accident at Kings Ferry. $171.84, in part payment of taxes. to J. Mercier, Agent.passengers medicine universally recommendedfor

) i 1;,J.t' 1 The many friends in this city of Mr. N.L. The following preamble and resolution, 9 S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, all wasting diseases. Ladies',

:jl Gano regret to learn of the serious and very offered by Alderman Avery, was read and Savannah ; with freight and passengers Misses',
;; :' 1! I painful accident,which happened to him last adopted: to J. A. Mercier. Children's

,, : I..1!, week. While engaged below the mill deck WHEREAS, Bond of the city of Fernandina, CLEARED.
.cBark Courier (Br.), Snelling, Bar- SOl N. Fremont St.,Baltimore and Infants',
is offered for with
No. 18, for $100, $112.50
r in the Mizell mill, at King's Ferry, where
badoes lumber Hilliard &
accrued interest from 1879 ; therefore, be it ; by During the war I was injured Men's,
t r t l,i r he is employed as sawyer, a colored man Resolved, That the treasurer is authorizedto Bailey. in the stomach by a piece Boys'

.t{ f. t above, unaware of Mr. Gano's proximity, pay the same. 3-Sch. Ocean,Traveler(Dan.), Thomas ,, of a shell, and have suffered and Youths',
St..Croix lumber by J. C.
; ,
: :! threw a piece of timber below, striking the The petition of the Fernandina & Amelia Read.' I from it ever since. Aboutfour

,", :: 'r latter in the side and breaking three ribs. Beach Railway Company, asking the rightof 4-City of Bridgeton Fitzgerald, Savannah years which ago it brought in on bed paralysis six- FINE
Il\\ kept me
r : Mr. Gano is doing as well as can be expected way through the city of Fernandina, was ,, by with J. A.freight Mercier.and passengers months, and the best doctorsin

\' : \t under the circumstances, but it will probably referred to the Committee on Streets and 6-S. S. Ravensdale (Br.), Morrell, the city said I could not

: rl, ,be months before he will be able to attend Public Improvements.Hotel Queenstown ; cotton seed, by live.. I suffered fearfully from SEVVED: : :

k .t't:' to his duties again. Wm. Lawtey. indigestion, and for over two

> Arrivals.EGMONT. 6-Sch. Lewis Ehrman, Collins, Philadelphia years could not eat solid food I

,:' 't.! r Skating Rink. ; I lumber,by J.C.Read. and for a large portion of the Dutton DOO B !! UB L! hm
., : 7-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, time was unable to retain even ,
., t A meeting, held last Wednesday night by Savannah with and
r pas- nourishment. I tried
Mrs Humphries, Geo T Laird, D Wick- liquid AND
I t, i: : a number of our resident young men, r eham and wife, H C Falmerlock and wife, sengers, by J. A. Mercier. Brown's Iron Bitters and now

:r t,; suited in the organization of a society to be Mrs T H Hubbard, 0 :M Crosby. H G Meeker, 9-S. S.Carondelet, Hines, New York, after taking two bottles I am + ++-

: : 4; e known as "The Fernandina Roller Skating Wm Thayer, W B Tucker, Anthony Wal- 1,508 tons by; with R. W.freight Southwick.and passengers able to get up and go around I SLIPPERS I -

J ;'I Club," with the following officers : lach, wife and young lady, G H Gilbert and 9-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, and am rapidly improving. -++ ++-
lady, J H Wathrigton, Mrs Thos Cram, Miss G. DECKER. ++ ++
; ii, Pre.ndent-Geo. Reynolds Hubby. Savannah; with freight and pas-
Hindhaugh, D D Man gain and wife, W H
J. A. Mercier.IN .
'; of Vice-President-Chas. M. Stark. Van Slyck and wife, the Misses Giles, ;Mrs sengers, by Embracing New and Popular

'f t.. ,t Secretary-D. T. Maxwell. Mary D Browning, Miss May Perkins, Mrs C PORT.

,,1. J. Treasurer J. L. Horsey. F Pond and maid, J Eugene Browning, H Bark Panseneit (Ger.), Wallis. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is
: "- A Manning and wife, T V Boynton, S R Brig American Union, Bowman.
r" i : The object of the association is to afford tc J JII Bradley W H Rockwell, G H Smith Mrs C Brig Alfred (Br.), Young. a complete and sure remedy for SrYL.ESGENTS' :: -

4 its members and their friends a means oj;f W Currier and son, L H Rogers, Jr, nurse Brig Emanuel (Sp.), Mulct. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,

enjoying the healthful diversion of tulle r and baby, T B Meigs and wife, Talbot W Sch. Emily E. Davis, Pierce.
i and all diseases
r, t r "' r Chambles, Geo W Simpson, Bessie Simpson, Sch. B. C. Terry; :Moore. Weakness requir-
a 1 i skating. Negotiations have been made foi John S Lyle and wife, John Sevierand wife. Sch. Clara Fletcher, Sargent. ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic FURNISHINGAND

J the use of Lyceum Hall, which the clut: Geo S Howe, John Gilsey New York ; S C Sch. Isaac L. Clark, Cranmer..
purposes to occupy for semi-weekly receptions -. Talbot, Eugene R Cole and wife J Falkin- Sch. S. C. Yarnall, Scott. tonic. It enriches the blood,givesnew !
burgh, Brooklyn, N Y R H Turner and Sch. Addie Fuller Hart. and
t I to begin at an early date. Committees ; life to the muscles tone I IBu
( wife, ,Robt Hardcastle, C Blanchard and Sch. Mary Lord, Smith, .sEEE, GOODS.
were appointed to procure skates and daughter, A H McFadden and wife Annie Sch. Larrie Cobb Cobb. to the nerves. -

make ,all other arrangements necessary,: McFadden, Miss Tillie Kulp, J Howard Sch. Nellie S.Pickering, McKeen. To Rent.
: with instructions to report at the earliesi t Marshall, Miss Sadie L Lukens, Mrs Chas K Sch. St. Johns, (Br.), Matthews. The property known as Sanborn's Stores.
s C Lukens, Charles M Lukens, Edmund A Sch. Etta A Stinson, Bunker. Apply for particulars to
possible day. The club expect to make i L Souder, J Gibson :Mclvain D L Wood and Sch. Florence Rogers, Davis. A. B.1'oyES.

1 commencement in about two weeks. wife, Mrs Wm S Perot, Jr, Jno R Jones and Sch. Sarah Eaton, Dix. .r Fernandina, July 15tf.J

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