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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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VOL. V. FERNANDINA, FLA., SATUDAY, -, JUNE 2, 1883. NO. 28. ;

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STATE SEWS.Columbia. left a gate open. After a substantial break- Bradford, of this city.'and :Mr. James Hol- I made. To attempt to build this portion of A DREADFUL CATASTROPHE.

fast, that would have served a town man land' of the county, are constructing the requisite the line sooner would involve the necessityof 9

for dinner as well, we went out on a tour of building for a saw-mill to be put in transporting rolling stock up the river THE HORRIBLE BAPTISM OF THE BROOKLYN ti n
Will the transportation lines make low inspection. Mr. Woodard came to this operation on the east bank of the Ocklockonee from Jacksonville and over the South Flor- NEW YORK May 30.-A terrible accident

rates and encourage the people of the inte- country some four or five years ago with buta river, at the point where it is crossed by ida narrow gauge at a heavy expense ; occurred on the Brooklyn Bridge at half-

rior to visit the seacoast in the summer? It small amount of money, a good-sized the railroad and spanned by the iron bridge.Mr. whereas, if the line is completed in connec- past four o'clock to-day. The bridge was

would the companies to make round- family, plenty of health and strength, and a Holland is an experienced miller of ex- tion with the roads Mr. Henning controls, crowded to its utmost capacity. On the
platform at the New York towerthe be-
trip tickets to St. Augustine and other cities will to use it. To-day he is one of the lead- cellent character. When well under way rolling stock can be run over those roads at came so great that many persons jam fainted. r+w't

at one cent per mile. We have noticed ing men of this river section. He has been it is proposed that the mill shall cut ten I no cost beyond ordinary running expenses.It Cries of distress were raised, and a dreadful

that when our people travel they purchase foremost in establishing and maintaining a thousand feet lumber per day. Further- !. is estimated that a saving of$25,000 will struggle began between the panicstrickencrowds

many articles which will pay the railroadsin school, opening roads and all otber public more, our vegetable growers may expect be made by waiting for the construction of were, it passing is reported east, and crushed A death.number In ,

freight, and that one visit leads to another enterprises for the good of the community.The next season to procure from these gentlemen this connection. A construction companywas the end the crowd coming from the Brook-

and makes business.-The handsomesum first thing that struck my eye was a all the crates they may need. We organized in New York during Mr. lyn side prevailed and rushed toward the t't

of ten thousand dollars-the sum re crib of corn substantial buildings for stock, should have stated that Mr. Bradford is a Anno's stay there. This company will undertake New York anchorage trampling down eve-
rything in its Men and children
quired-was deposited on yesterday at the wagon and tools, all under good roofs. We young Tall hasseeanr of energy and intelligence the work of construction, and being were trodden way. under, women foot, and, falling-

Bank of Jacksonville, for the Board of Trustees were shown a field of eight acres of corn all whose success in life we anticipatewith possessed of means and experience can ing down the steps leading tothe tower platform t 14 ,

of the Agricultural College, leaving five in roasting ears. :Mr. Woodard informedme great satisfaction.-Economist. be relied on for substantial and vigorous were buried under a mass of struggling ; ,R7 1"

dollars to be paid on November1st that he could feed from this year's crop : Madison. work. When the time comes for active humanity many feet high. As soon as the
thousand news of the disaster was conveyed to the x ?, .
which will be as promptly met as this in thirty days. We saw about seventyfivehead Madison county extends from the Georgiaand work this company will put force enough New York station by the onset of the panic-

first payment. Within a short time work of hogs and one hundred head of cattle, Florida State line on the north to upon the line to complete it in the shortest stricken crowd, the police were called and .'
the buildings and one hundred acres in corn, seventy-five in ) 'and possible time, so that with its completion, the bridge was closed. The work of remov- ,
will commence upon Taylor county on the South, from the ing the crushed and wounded then began. "t
they will be pushed to completion. Then orange groves, eighteen thousand trees in Suwanee river on the east to Jefferson and the completion of the Transit line to A number were taken to the City Hall Police

our town will enjoy the honor its citizens, nursery, and two acres in cane. He has also county on; the West. Area, 850 square Tavares, a through connection will be estab- Station, and others to the Chambers Street '
of bananas of the lished and the desired railroad outlet Hospital. The police report that at least
and have quite a grove one groves pro-
by their liberality promptness, miles ; acres, 544,000 ; population in 1880,
just coming into bearing. In what country vided. It seems that there is now no obstacle ten or fifteen were killed, but as yet it was rz
won for it.-Lake City Reporter. 14,798; public schools, 44; school lands unsold impossible to say who, or how many. Of''x ..j
could a man with a large family and only in the way. The people may rest
Hernando. wounded who
seven in the Hall
5,778!. acres; children of school. age, are City
ON WlTHLACOOCHEE IllVER.Your COr- his labor for capital have acquired such a I 5,000-white, 1,912 ; colored, 3,088 ; school secure as they can in anything not alreadyan Station, one B. Reychers. a cigar maker at U
to fortune in five years. What he has done accomplished fact, in the assurance that 335 Delancy street, i is now dying. The excitement ,
respondent is under obligations attendance 2,420; acres of improved lands, at the entrance is immense.
Connell, of the Forest Flower, for a very pleas- others can do. There are as good lands in 82,150; assessed value of property in 1882, the Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic Railroad is NEW YORK.Iay 30.Brooklyn Bridge "

ant trip up River. The almost every county' ; in many, better trans- $1,411,140. ; One of our oldest citizens says a certainty.-Orlando Reporter.The received a dreadful baptism to-day in the

party consisted of Maj. A. P. Williams, of the portation. Such men as Mr. Woodard are that after a residence of over forty years in last spike of the track laying on dent crush on that the occurred New York, apparently an A num-acci- l .

New Orleans Times-Democrat ; Mr. Herman the best advertisement our State can have. this county, he regards the climate of this the Jacksonvill, St. Augustine & Hali- ber of persons, mostly women and children, f: .

Davis,merchantatPanasoffkee; A.E.Dus>ave What I stated are facts, and any one visiting county superior to any other section of the fax River Railroad, was driven on Saturday, were crushed, some to death, some fatally, ;

of Levy county, and Messrs Wallace and him can have proofs by ocular evidence; his United Sh ies. Our summers are not excessively May 18th at 5 p. m. connecting the oldest and still others severely. A scene of terror 'i
latch-string is always hanging out, and in the United States with the reigned for fully fifteen or twenty minutes ;
Powell. The steamboat left the landing at hot, the thermometer not usually city thriving that baffles all description. When it was o''
Panasoffkee at about three o'clock and strangers are welcome. The river countryis rising above 96. With the heat we always metropolis of Jacksonville. The last strokewas over cart loads of wounded and crushed hu- : '. .

steamed up the creek, hoping to reach our rapidly filling up with the best class of have pleasant; and refreshing breezes tem- made and the citizens and hands gave man beings were taken out of the New York .r 1''
people. Men of education and means are three cheers its In entrance of the bridge, and a small moontam
destination about dark. We met on the lakea pered in their passage through the aromatic on completion. conse- of torn and abandoned "
clothing was
boat bound for town and stopped hoping, coming to make homes for themselves and pines from the Gulf. As to our winters, for quence of the strict quarantine with Jack- gathered by the police. <}< 1

to persuade its occupants, Col. Helveston their families. Prominent among them are mildness they are proverbial ; seldom ever sonville trains are not,run, but the time will The accident occurred on the New York .'

and Messrs. Damon and Weller, to join the Dr. Hale, of New Orleans ; Captain W. C. see ice, and never snow. In fact, the be used in going over ther road and puttingit anchorage, where the solid bottom of the {' ,:
Zimmerman, Miss Van Orsdale Williams, in smooth condition and the time middle footway ends, and two flights of ..i
a by
been in
expedition ; but as they had campon winters here are more pleasant than spring seven steps each with an intermediate '
Iones island for some time we failed,they and Dr. Simmons. The Wonders Ham and autumn in the North. Vegetables grow quarantine restrictions will have been removed landing, lead up to the span of the walk be-

preferring to renovate themselves after their mock in Sumter county and the rich lands green all winter; and as to the diseases of the track will no doubt be in excel- tween the New York anchorage and the s, .
along the Withlacoochee river in both lent condition for Still for tower. It was shortly after 4 o'clock. The ;, ;
sojourn in the hammock, before making a the country they are very few and rarelyever easy riding. a bridge was crowded from one end to the
public appearance. We received a parting Sumter and Hernando, will in a few years prove? fatal. Epidemics are unknown new road and the quick time made in track other, so that there was hardly elbow '' '

!i salute in passing Judge Lay's place, which be a garden. Natural transportation, rich here. Pneumonia, diphtheria, bronchitis, laying, the road is in very good condition.Too room on the footway. A woman who was ;,, ,

; was returned by the boat's whistle. Our lands, and men of energy and push, are a sore throat, and all that class of diseases so much praise cannot be given to the ascending the lower flight of steps stumbledand

first stopping place was at the Convon place, full hand hard to beat. Captain Zimmerman prevalent: the Northern, Middle and officers of the road and the overseers for upon fell her on and the she landing.shrieked.The Bridge crowd pressed Officer i"w ,

where the Misses Pike contributed some cool has had a town laid out on his land, their displayed in its early completion. Frederick '
Western States. are rarely ever known here, energy Richards, who was on the plank .
rain water to our supplies. We were soon and has christened it Bloxham, in honor of unless contracted) by persons. before they But for several weeks rainy weather, walk above seeing her danger, elbowed his j .s.-
out of the run and into the river, steamingup our Governor. Our time being limited, we arrive in ". the county' Measles, mumps, which impeded the progress of track laying, way to the spot and lifted her up. The ,
crowd closed them both, and they. + ,
current where the assisted Mr. Woodard in pulling mules to the last would been driven much upon ; ,
against a rather strong whooping'cough'! here as elsewhere, pay us spike have went down. With a desperate effort Officer ;
lake into the river. The countryis : the wagon and make a start for Brooksville.We earlier.-St. Augustine Press.A Richards his feet '
runs empty occasionally visit, but as the patients are got upon once more, dragging ,.
low and flat, either saw grass or cypress pass through some poor pine lands and not so subject to cold as in other parts of the the woman after him. She screamed ;i +
Sometimes we were passing over a some too low for cultivation, but the good Pleasant Occasion.To again in despair and fright and the crowd
swamps. United Suites they are never fatal. A great above and below pressed toward the spot to
smooth, glassy sheet of water almost wide predominates; as we near the river the landis many afflicted with lung diseases who came the Editor of the Mirror : discover the cause of the commotion. The i .

enough to be called a lake; then it would i rolling. We cross at Hog's Ferry and here for their health have entirely recov- Last Thursday the elite of King's Ferry crush immediately became fearful. Those '= ron

appear that our pilot was running us into I open our lunch basket, kindly filled with ered. Typhoid fever, so fatal in some places, had a moonlight excursion on that pretty the approach below the steps were carried fflM

the bank which on nearer approach would good things by the thoughtful Mrs. Wood is a rare disease here. Chills and fever, in little steamer which runs up and down the ,forward and unable in a to solid resist mass.the pressure Many stumbled from- = ; ;t

show a narrow channel with tall cypress ard. Whether it was owing to our increased certain sections of the county, prevail to a St. Mary's river under the command of Cap- behind, the crowd passed over them from ;

columns supporting a massive moss-draped bulk or the heavy roads over the sand hills limited extent, but we have yet to have our tain Edward Stone. About half past eight above. The crowd coming from Brooklyn '

arch, through which the sun even at noon I don't know, but we made haste slowly our first chill. An intelligent physician of the Martha left the wharf at King's Ferry, and was carried down to the the edge and then fell below.over '
upon struggling mass
day must find it difficult to penetrate; then after lunch. When within four or five Tallahassee says that by avoiding the nightair and after an enjoyable ride of about an A terrible struggle for life began. Men and

again we would enter a lake four or fiver miles of Brooksville the soil became better we, in; a great measure, avoid malaria, hour the pleasure party arrived at Cole- women fought with the strength of despair #+

hundred feet wide. On our right I was and more broken ; up one hill and down and are not subject to chills and fever. Our rain. Here they found that :Mrs. D. C. against each other. Escape was impossible, ,.;
shown the Challa Lake and again all the way the sand began to disap- Chase and her had in with the pressure from both sides growingat
Popka was I observations teach us that he is correct, for daughters everything every shout of anguish that went up from J ,
I told that it was navigable for light draft pear, and in its stead hard clay roads. Just I it is usually such families'that unnecessarilyexpose readiness for an enjoyable night. It did the dying and those who saw death before s, N

boats; only a few logs would have to be out of town we stopped for water at the foot themselves that areSubjectto attacks not take the young people long from the their eyes. "

removed to admit of a good size steamer at of a long high hill, said to be one mile from from the dreaded chills.-Madison Recorder. time they landed before they had a set The frightful crush was denser than ever t
when after fifteen minutes of mili-
a score
high water. We got into two beds of let- top to bottom. I became impatient at the Putnam.We formed and were enjoying the mazy dance. tiamen of the Twelfth Regiment, led by
tuce, an aquatic plant that grows on the delay and made the journey on foot, and After the start the musicians had little time Lieutenant Hart and Sergeants Couldlockand 4

water. The boat piled it up in front of us well it will repay one to walk a much had a pleasant call on Tuesday last for rest for no sooner was one dance over Costello marched up the approach F r4
greater distance. On the sucha from Rev: D. Spencer who resides five miles toward Brooklyn. The yells of the crowd '
so as almost to be up to the deck, and the reaching top than the cry of partners on the floor" was
attracted their attention. At the foot of the '
boat hands to take poles kept sight meets the eye as is seldom seen in south o(Crescent City. Mr. Spencer had
were obliged heard. This was kept up until a little after steps the wall of human bodies was piled I u
for the purpose and shove it off. Owing to Florida ; a picture of such loveliness needs this year one-fifth of an acre in strawberries, twelve, and then the older people interfered, high. The dense mass surged about it, and a l ,

the delay we did not reach our destination the pen of some poet to describe it; a perfect from which he has gathered fourteen bush- declaring that it was time to go home. This in it the soldiers saw two policemen vainly R
On the panorama of hills and valleys all clothedin els, that brought him the handsome sum of struggling against it. Sergeant Couldlocktook
until 10 o'clock. landing we saw the young people did not like much, but, of in the situation at a glance. At his
the tall form of our genial friend and host, ever-changing green, except where man $126. They were the Federal Point variety, course, they had to submit. It is the inten- word of command his men scaled the fence

Tobe, waiting for us with a lightwoodtorch has shorn it of nature's covering and there on high :pine land. Mr. Spencer has also tion of some of them to try on the next occasion and railroad track separating them from the t '

and in a few minutes we were ashore, I planted an orange grove, or a field of corn, succeeded well with the Bermuda onions to get up an entertainment of sing- foot walk, and wedging into the mass of .
near the scene of disaster, drove :
bag and baggage. Adieux were given to the cane or cotton. The white houses look like from seed. This gentleman thinks that the ing and reading for those who consider back people the crowd at the New York entrance '

captain and crew of the little steamer, and marble in the last rays of the setting sun. possibilities of Florida are just becoming themselves too old to dance, so that all at the muzzle of their guns. It fell back

we prepared to follow Mr. Woodard, who, Away to the south and west the Gulf of known to the people, and the future is a hands may have a good time. It would slightly, and the militiamen, following up 7 ,I'

with the baggage inule-back, was leadingthe Mexico spreads its cooling waters ; to the bright one for all who like to work.Putnam have puzzled any one to have found a more the the approach advantage was gained!! cleared., forced Then it ,back forming until q? .

way. One of our party attempted to eastward winds the, Withlacoochee river, County? Journal. select or happy party, and though it was front across the foot-walk, they prevented .aF t"

carry a lightwood torch, and from his frequent while to the north and west the deep, dark getting on to the small hours before King's the crowd from passing back, while as many i '. .,
.exclamations, as the hot rosin ran green of Nutcalaga Hammock lying in the ;RAILROAD. NOTES., Ferry was reached it was the verdict of one of their number as could be spared ran
toward the scene of the accident to help in ,- -x;
down his fingers, we concluded that it was valley is made almost black by the shadowsof THE TAVARES, ORLANDO & ATLANTIC RAIL- and all that the evening's amusement would extricating the dead and saving the living. 4 mAn

his first and not a pleasant experience. The the hills. The city of Brooksville crowns ROAD.-Colonel W. R. Anno reached homeon bear the morning's reflection. alarm had meanwhile been given at the

hammock through which we passed was the summit of one of the highest hills, and Saturday last from New York city. It is King's Ferry, May 29, 1883. bridge entrance. A general call for all the r',
seat out and
f high and dry, and the light of our torches the buildings are neat and substantial.- well known in this vicinity that he went hospital policeman were hurried was over upon, the

produced a weird and startling appearance, Correspondence Cedar Key Journal.Mr. East in the interests of the Tavares, Orlando Post-Office Notice. bridge. '

casting great shadows, and our movements B. J. Burnett who lives near Fish & Atlantic Railroad, and the people of Or- Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 P. M. From their station beside the City Hall

made them dance queer figures as we Hawk in this county, made last year on 1J ange county feel a deep interest in the suc- Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. the followed firemen to assist.of a hook The and crowd ladder on company the foot- 4

stumbled along over vines and roots. One acres of land, 16 barrels of sugar, which netted cess of his mission. Mr. Anno states that a Money Orders and Registered Letters from walk above the steps was constantly receiving ,

of the party we dubbed the ghost, his long him$257,00; 13 barrels of syrup that broughthim particularly, favorable feeling toward Flor- 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00: p. M. accessions, and still pressing on andover i

linen duster and pale face in the burning $176,60. He also made corn and toma- ida and her railroad projects exists in to 4:00: P. M.ARRIVAL the heap on the anchorage. The bodiesof
the dead and dying lay here so firmly
pine-light making him look quite ghostly.At toes on the same piece of land which he sold financial; circles in the Eastern cities, and AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. wedged together that to extricate them was

a warning from our guide we picked up and realized $15. Total $443.60. And still that anY; feasible and substantial railroad Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday-) next to impossible. To beat back the crowdwas

some sticks to assist us in walking a log Oscar Turner will be foolhardy enough to project can secure assistance. His own en- Arrives................ 5:50 P. M. and 6:05 P. M. equally impossible. Relief was possible
bridge over a small stream. With many a say that a man cannot raise anything inFlorida. terprise was well received. The arrangingof Closes................. 7:30 A. M. and 9:30 A.M. only by making room for the crowd to
spread sideways. It was quickly done. ; ,
slip and wiggle the feat was successfully ac- .-Tampa Tribune. details was necessary and required time. Transit& Peninsular Railroad Willing hands tore away the iron railing 1i t ,

complished by all save Mr. Davis, whose Jefferson.Our The bonds of the company have to be en- Arrives....................................... 5:50: P. M. dividing the footway from the railroad trackon '" Sri
Falstaff proportions were difficult to balanceon graved before they can be regularly placedon Closes......................................... 7:30 A. M. both sides, and dragged those who were .
truckers have shipped through the nearest in the crush through the opening.
Jacksonville South and West Florida- ;
such He said he the market. This will time. ,
short, fat legs. only require Room made for the to reach
was policemen
it but Southern Express office, for the month of About to do the Arrives................... 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. M.
put one foot in to see how deep was, sixty days are necessary the frightful heaps human flesh, and the
May, nine hundred and twenty-seven ((927)) Closes................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:30 p. M. ,
the others spurned such an idea, as the noiseof work after the order is given. When this Arrives Sunday...... 10:25 A. M. work of clearing it away began. As soon as
barrels of This
potatoes. represents only a portion of the obstruction was removed "t
the splashing water was like a ten-foot work is done Mr. Anno will return to New Closes Sunday........ 4:00: p.*M.
the shipment of potatoes raise* in the im- from the steps the crowd was eased, and a ,
'gator rolling off a log. On reaching Mr. mediate vicinity of Monticello. From Drif-- York for the purpose of signing the bonds.A St. Mary's and King's Ferry Jail- portion was let through to the New York ,r'
Woodard's we soon sought our pillows, and conference was had with Mr. Henning, Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. station. The rest was forced back until all ;
forgot the pleasures and cares of life in ton, Lloyds and Williamtburg. large quantities who is now president of the Transit system. Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. the bodies had been taken away. :
have gane forward, which will very ma- Along the iron fences on the footway on 4
Nature's sweet restorer,balmy sleep." In terially swell the aggregate number of bar- This company has arranged its work for the St. Mary's and DungenessArrivesIondaysand the railroad track and on the carriage-way ron
the morning I was awakened by shouts,bark- season. ;Their intention is to complete their Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. both sides the bridge the dead and ; "
rels shipped from this county. Fair prices and at2:30P.M.
ing of dogs and squealing of pigs. It re* line as far as Tavares by November or De- CI Tuesdays Fridays wounded were laid. Many were dead when
have been realized.-Monticttto Constitution Wedn'sdaysandSat'daysat9:00A.M.Closes .
extricated from the others
t, quired but a short time to dress and join Leon.We cember. ; It would, of course, be of little ad- Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or less terribly injured.heap-They lay were six more eight f.
t those outside, who were driving pigs out ofa vantage lo build the line between Orlando Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 P. M. and ten deep, those in the lower tier long

cornfield, where some careless person had are gratified to learn that Mr.,John T. and Tavares before this connection could be SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. dead. .


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[ ; TWO FISHERS. we should allow him to send down to the,; : when it was planted, was now unable to \I 1 the stairs there was a second door, thicker NEW YORK.THE -

.: country and :procure fac-similes for all and: wrench it out. The_ ordeal he had gone [ j and stronger than the first but nearly
i f :A { l' One morning when spring was in her teensA each of us. You hain't got nothin' s>picyj through chastened him, to a great extent, | charred through by the fire.
;r N n : : morn to a poet's wishing, iiI Birchespool." he would remark. Lord| from his vulgarity by toning down his nat- Give me room !gasped Welstead, swing- OPENING OF THE BRIDGE- TERESn GST.TISTICSTlIE
';,?1 c All tinted in delicate pinks and greens- know a place at *orne where you can get;, ural spirits, and, though he occasionally ing round his axe. INFLUX OF WESTERN MEN

; s t's :Miss Bessie and I went fishing. your collars spotted over with fox 'eads instead ";! ventured upon a Haw! haw !" it was painfully Don't t do it, sir," cried a stalwart fireman AND IDEAS TO NEW YORK-THE PROGRESS -
of bein' plain white, which is a poor! artificial, and a good deal more suggestive seizing him by the wrist ; "there's
: I '" in my rough and easy clothes, color at best.:' I think he imagined it wad of a dirge than of merriment. The flames on the other side of that door." f OF SURGERY, ETC., ETC.
:, With my face at the sun tan's mercy; nothing but want of money which induced! worst feature of the case was that every .& Let me go !1" roared Charlie. To the Editor of the Mirror:

k iR ., 't R r Ii ,,' She with her hat tipped down to her nose, us to refuse to purchase"these and other) week increased the gloom which hung over "We're dead men if you break it !" NEW YORK, May 25, 18S3.
i ? : I' And her nose tipped" vice versa." luxuries and he was wont to throw .out him. We began to suspect that our esti- .. Let me go !1" Thank God it is this
y .r i f I, '. allusions as to it's not costing us noth-i mate of his character had been a superficial h Drop it, sir drop it !I" over, wedding of
.S ": = I with mv rod, my reel, and my hooks, ink," while he jingled the loose coins in his? one and that there were depths in the little There was a momentary; struggle, and the the cities," as the ceremony of opening the

i' I And a hamper lunching recesses; trouser pockets. '; man's soul of whose existence we had been axe clattered down upon the stone steps. It East River Bridge has been termed. Weddings -
r' '' She with the bait of her comely looks, Town life did not improve Joseph. On the) ignorant.
$ had hardly time to fall before nice
f' k some one are enough things to look for-
t ,1 I And the seine of her golden tresses. contrary, he deteriorated.. During the first; Four. months had passed away. None of caught it up. I could not see, for the dense ward to
nil six months that he honored the office with us had much that by the guests, but when the excite-
; changed during blue reek of smoke. A man dashed past the
So we sat us down on the sunny dyke, his he not lost of the! ment is over the next how
; lr presence only none with the exception of the gentleman. We fireman, there was the clash of a parting day tired every-
n Where the white pond-lilies teeter
;_ -. -d, '+ And I went to fishing like quaint old, Ike traits which he had brought with him from! saw little of him except in office hours. lock and a great lick of flame like a hound body feels. The particular wedding on the
" :' ''' Lr And she like Simon Peter. his father's stables, but he grafted upon them! Where he spent the rest of the day was a unleashed, shot out and enveloped us. I 24th did not differ in the least from usual
i every tiling which is objectionable in the city;; mystery Once I met him late at night in felt its hot sear as it coiled round my face affairs

,,1. All the noon I lay in the light of her snob. The premonitory symptoms' were a; the docks, stumbling along among ring- and I remember nothing more until I found of this kind. The bride, Brooklyn,
;j"'I' '. And dreamily watched and waited eyes, suspicious waxiness of the half dozen hairs; bolts and chains, careless of the fact that a myself leaning against the doorpost, breath- the home of maidens fair and matrons de-

i :; .;;'i'r; i But the fish were cunning and would; not which adorned his upper lip and the appearance ; trip or slip might send him into eternity. ing in the fresh sweet air of night, while vout-was arrayed in all the splendor de-

I., I. I ,. J. r' : t r rise, of a large diamond ring, with a; Another time I saw a cloaked figure lurking Welstead, terribly burned, struggled furi- manded by the occasion and
; :y 5: !. f And the baiter alone was baited. greenish and vitreous hue. His next ven-i in the shadow beside the house in Eldon ously with the fireman who held him backto everybody
' : ',.j,' I '' ture was an eyeglass, and he finally launched:; street, which fled round the corner on my prevent him from reascending the stair- made much of her. The groom, on the contrarydear -

't'.. d1 And when the time for departure came forth into a light ulster, decorated with a); approach. His naturally unhealthy complexion case, which was now a solid sheet of fire. old Gotham-had to make the

fl, '. ':, o, t, ,. t!: My bag hung flat as a flounder; large black check, which gave him the ap- had become so cadaverous that the Hold back, sir !I" I heard the honest fellow best he could of the circumstances. I have
ri i :' ; 1; ,: ; But Bessie bad neatly hooked her pearance of being inside a cage, with his;; sandy eyebrows and moustache stood out l growl : "ain't one life thrown away
, : 1', A hundred-and-fifty-pounder. game head projecting at one end and his feet at! quite dark against it. His clothes hung enough? That little cove-him with the been serving as guide and patron to a cou-
; ', '.,. /. I f the other. It's a proper thing for a gentj' loosely on his figure. The eye-glass was gaiters-the same that broke the door-he's ple of charming friends from the countryfor

t 't"' to wear," he remarked. When you see at| discarded. Even the once gorgeous ring gone. I seed him jump right slap into the the last sixteen hours. I have shown
, ;'. i GENTLEMANLY JOE. get-up like this yon know at a glance who's:! seemed to have assumed a sombre and melancholy middle of it. He won't never come back them
Brooklyn from end to end and
\' ': ". :i' .. a cad and who ain't"-a sentiment which; lustre, as if in sympathy with the no more!1" as a
; .: f<. Tint was the name by which he was we all very cordially indorsed. : feelings of its owner. His manner had lost Together we led Welstead round to the result I am rewarded with the cheering information -

1! ,' :r ; known in the banking-house of Ducat, In spite of all these peculiarities we! all its old audacity, and become timid and front once more, all three staggering like that Brooklyn is a very nice place

',i : ...r Gulden J & Ducat, or at least in that branch learned not only to tolerate the gentleman, 1 retiring. I doubt if any of his rustic acquaintances drunken men. The flames were higher than because one feels so glad on getting
{. "". of ii which did a thriving business in the but even to like him. Indeed, we hardly I. would have recognized their before, but the story and the roof still away
:; great commercial city of Birches pool. It did knew how strong this feeling was until he:' gaudy Joseph in the shambling, unkempt rose above them upper like a black island in a sea from it. It is singular with its close proximity -

," ,';. ,. .t not require more than five minutes' acquaintance betook himself into the country on a fort-;, figure which haunted the counting-house of of fire. There was Miss Cissy's wndow: i to New York, Brooklyn remains more
;::"' t\\ : however, to inform the uninitiated night's leave, carrying with him ulster, eye- : Ducat, Gulden & Ducat. dark and unopened, though the woodwork provincial than the veriest country town in
: .
f'I.', that the apparently complimentary glass, ring and everything else which was : The termination of Welstead's engagement around it was in a glow. There was no interior.
?! epithet was bestowed rather from a keen calculated to impress the rustics and stamp : began to draw It had been sign of the flutter of a female dress. How :
>,' '... E : sense of humoron the part of his five fellows him as the natural associate of the 'belted : ranged that after his near.marriage he was to ar-be terrible it was to stand and wait for the end, The manners of the people, the little pe-

" Ii! clerks than on account of any exceptional hurl! He left quite a vacancy behind him. promoted to the management of another powerless to stretch out a saving hand. culiarities in the dress of the women, the
," ; ; claims to blue blood in the case of Mr.\ There was a dead level of equality about the branch Poor Welstead leaned
in a distant part of the country. This against me, sobbing peculiar tinge of verdancy in the appear-
'Pt: i Smith himself. Even the five of which life of all
casual customer, us deprived its in little circle like a child. A ghastly longing came into
; t:/ j whose knowledge of Joe limited Even We stead who had disliked approaching break-up our ances of the young men, the bourgeois dig-
was to piquancy. drew us all closer together, and made us the my heart that I might see the flames in
"' ':" :; ,j ;-i:, f watching his self-satisfied smirk and enormous l him from the first, was fain to confess more sorry that the general harmony shouldbe that room, that I might know it to be all nity of the elderly men, all combined, make
t' .., watch-guard at the other side of the that he was good fun, and that he wished destroyed by the unhappiness of one of over, and her pain and trouble at an end. up an ensemble which you can find in no
.: J '. shining mahogany desk, or admiring the him back. After all, if his laugh was ob our number. If we could have cheered him I Then I heard the crash of glass falling out- other large city in the world. The population -
', .1 I .. emphasis with which he utilized his trusive it was hearty and his
: moistf. quaint, vulgar would, but there in his ward, and I bent my head to avoid seeing
we was something
;. ,:: "". ened thumb in face had and is divided and subdivided into little as-
overcoming the gregarious sincerity good nature stamped look, for all his snobbishness, which for- the very thing I wished for, and then there
,' .: leaves of his ledger, must have been struck 'upon every line of it. In was with unaffected bade even sympathy on a subject so sacred. broke upon my ear a shout from ten thousand sociations, coteries, etc., where the young

. ,I by the inappropriate epithet. To us, however pleasure that we heard a loud view- He endeavored to put on a careless manner voices, so wildly exultant and madly men and young women congregate" but it
;: r 'j' :., who had, so to say, sat at his feet and halloa in the street one morning just after when he joined us all in wishing Welstead jubilant that I never hope to ]hear the like
has not a first-class club or club-house for
? : marveled at the war of independence which the opening of the doors, and saw our friend .
luck at the again.Welstead
good midday
w ( :t.,.. : ;' he was carrying on against the Queen's swaggering in, more ugly, more dressy, and, the Monday on on which Saturday the weddingwas preceding and I looked up. Balanced men. The good people of.Brooklyn believe i

t; I : English guerrilla warfare consisting in if possible, more vulgar than before. to take place. We expected then that upon the narrow ledge outside the windowI that the bridge will materially increase the
,+: } :.: attacks upon aspirates and the cutting off of Newsome, our bank manager, was an excellent had been
.: we should not see our fellow-clerk again un- watching, was standing a ; prosperity of the place. I believe, on the .
; j fellow and the best
straggling g's-to us our fancifuLsobriquetwasaiokeof on terms with man framed as it were in fire. His clothes
til he appeared in the character of bride- ,
t 'f i that it will diminish it. I thinkit
: the first water. If anything all of us. As we were all single men, witha How little did we the catas- were hanging around him as a few tattered, contrary,
groom. guess
.. r-1. I '- could have enhanced our enjoyment of it, it very limited circle of friends in Birches trophe which was impending.I charred rags, and his very hair was in a is the first step that the city takes towards:
; J' I I i was the innocent gravity with which our pool, he kindly gave us the run of his house, remember that Saturday evening well. blaze. The draught caused by knockingout losing its identity. It will certainly be ab-
j r f' r companion accepted the doubtful title, and and it was seldom that a week passed with- the
window the flamesso
It was in January, and a clear wintry sky, encouraged sorbed the which is
; I by Empire city, steadilybut
: after feeble out musical
one remonstrance, adopted it our enjoying a evening there, with of in its northern that a lurid curtain hung behind him,
a suspicion an aurora -
,'.'t.j 1'f., forever as his own prerogative and right. winding up with one of the choice little quarter, spread over the great city. while the ground was fully seventy feet be- surely extending its limits. It has already !-

The circumstances of that remonstrance suppers for which Mrs. Newsome was cele- There was a slight frost in the air, and the low. Yet there, on the thin slip of stone, absorbed a good portion of Westches-
I ,, deserve to be recorded. brated. On these occasions since
Before the arrival distinctions with eternity on each side of him stood Joe
; ground clinked cheerily under foot. One of ter county. One need not be surprised to
it of Mr.\ Smith from would be invidious.
Joseph the
paternal Gentlemanly Joe Smith, the uncouth and
fellow-clerks-Dullan-and I had kept ungrammatical,
training stables his father used to be in all his my see it extend to Spuyten Duvil creek within
was a successful present glory, with a by little Smith all day, for there was a wild tying two sheets together, while women
i' .' sporting tout who had developed into a very large whit ; frilled shirt-front, and another look about his eyes which made us think it sobbed below, and men shouted, and every the next twenty years. Brooklyn is boundto
trainer-our office had been a particularly vitreous fragment sparkling gloomily might be unsafe to leave him to his own hand was raised to bless him. He staggeredand follow. It is a law of nature that large
:" aristocratic 'Vel stead, our senior clerk, in the middle of it. This, with watch- disappeared so suddenly that we fearedhe
devices. We dined at a restaurant and af- I bodies should absorb lesser
...!.,t : was a fine, handsome young fellow of 20, chain which reminded one of the chain terward dropped into a theatre, where Joe's had fallen, but he was back again in an ones.
'. who came of a good Scotch strain, and was cable of a schooner, was his sole attempt at ghastly face in the stalls had a very depressing instant, not alone this time, for the girl he Of the growing need of more room to ac-
F t '; '' occasionally understood to make dark al- ornamentation, as he used to say, It effect the pantomime. We were had come to save was slung over his shoulder. commodate the armies of people that come-
F 'r y lusions concerning the extinct Earldom of ain't good form to show you're richer than walking slowly upon homeward after supper, it The brave fellow seemed to have doubtsof here to settle down, let me give you the
1'. ", Stirling. Dullan and Moreby were Oxford your neighbors, even if you are. Too much being then between 12 and 1, when the strength of his impromptu rope, for
we sawa
\ I! f' men, well connected and well read ; little l ike a Sheeney, don't you know ?" great crimson glow the heavens suchas he rested his own weight upon the nearly proof by producing some statistics. New

, i Sparkins was the son a of a clergyman, and Joe was an endless source of amusementto aurora never threw upon, and a fire engine red-hot water pipe during those twelve per- York island contains 12,500 acres, less 1,000

,r i 1' I had some of the best blood of Wales in my Cissy Newsome, a mischievous, dark- dashed past us with a whistle and a clang, ilous feet, supporting Miss Newsome by the acres which are used for public parks; 8,500

;i ; 1 i J j veins. No wonder, then, that our dignity eyed brunette of eighteen; the sole child of the big-boned, shaggy horses whirling i it arm which clutched the sheet. Slowly, acres are covered with houses, hence there
!. was hurt bv the appearance of a loudly- the We slowly they descended but at last his
(1.. manager. had all fallen in love along at such a rate that we only caught a very but
are 3,000 vacant Now the
( dressed, scorbutic-looking, with horse- with Cissy at one time or another, but had glimpse of a flash of lights and a cluster of feet touched the topmost rung of the escape. acres. during
,";. : ., shoe pin and a necktie suggestive of sPectrum to give !it up on finding that her heart was bearded, helmeted heads suspended, as it i Was it a dream that I heard a voice above last ten years 2,000 acres were absorbed, and

':' :; ,, 1 'analysis upon the very: stool lately no longer her own to bestow. Charles were, in the darkness.I him say, Hall right, missy," before burstof of these 255 were built up within the last

: ,a II j ," vacated by my old college friend Vernon Welstead had known her from childhood, have always had a weakness for tires. cheering rang out which drowned every year. It is an easy matter to figure up how
\ : + Hawkins-most gentlemanly and quiet of and the other sound.
affection of had
early youth
t ripened There is something grand and ennobling in
it will take
i i ; mankind into love Miss Cissy frightendd than hurt long to consume the surplus.At .
'. on both sides. Never was there a the irresistible sweep of a great volume of more ,
; *$!\ :.J ta: For a few days we contented ourselves more fondly-attached couple, nor one to flame. I could moralize over a conflagration was delivered over into her half-distracted present we are counteracting this rapid
i' with observing the habits and customs of whom the path seemed to lie so smoothly.for as Chateaubriand did over Niagara. father's care, while I helped to lift Gentle- consumption by erecting tall structures from
\ :' the creature. There was an audacity about old Welstead had been Newsome's bent of mind and man Joe from the escape. He lay panting
I personal Dullan is of the same the six to ten and eleven stories high but a
,, :"', I;, h his vulgarity and a happy unconsciousness friend, and Charles' prospects were of gentleman was ready to turn anywherefrom upon the ground, burned and scorched, his ,
t" I TM of all offense which fairly disarmed criti- the brightest.On his own thoughts. We all began run- sporting coat tattered and charred, while, couple; of disastrous fires will soon frighten _
'':.. : 'f cism. It was not until he began to address these pleasant evenings which I have ning in the direction of the blaze. strangely enough, the prismatic necktie and people out of their liking for them, and then

j: .,' 1' ; f. : us as old pals," and went the length of mentioned it was great fun to see Joe dart- At first we ran languidly jogging along horseshoe pin had escaped the general de- they will resume spreading over the surfaceof
;, .1' : .; playing/; small practical joke upon little ing into the drawing-room and endeavoring with many other people, who were hurry- struction, so as to present an absurd oasis the island.
f: '* ::3 Sparkins that a spirit of resistance began to to secure a seat in the neighborhood of the ing toward the same goal. Then, as we amid the desert around. He lay without
:, l stir within our bosoms, and that Welstead, young lady, with a profound disregard for came into a quarter of the town which we speaking or moving until Cissy New ome For the venders of small wares Bridge
; t i t as usual, was pushed forward as our mouth- any claims her parents might have upon his : knew well, we almost involuntarily quick- was led past him on her way to a cab. Then Day" was a perfect bonanza. Everything

!t",.., piece. courtesy. If he attained the coveted position }- : ened our pace, until, tearing round a fami- he made a feeble gesture with his hand, possible was sold in the shape of souvenirs,
*; ,p.' i You see, Smith, he remarked in his he would lean back in his chair with : liar corner at racing speed, we pulled up which indicated that he wished to speak
,' ;.:. J most languid tones, you have been in our what he imagined to be an air of easy gentility : and gazed silently into each other's pale with her, and she stooped over him. No medals, pictures, wooden and metal models
:;.j office a comparatively short period, and yet and regale her with many anecdotesof faces. There, not a hundred yards from us, other ear but mine caught that whisper. of the structure, cakes and candies made to

;, you have taught us many things which were horses and dogs, with occasional reminh- : stood the high house on Eldon streetthehouse Don't fret, miss," he said, 'cause it resemble the form of the bridge, and the
', ; ;1 new to us. There is a natural buoyancy of the nobs" I was the boss came in. He's
: ; / censes "big who had profes- under whose hospitable roof we had wrong a good usual knick-knacks in the shape of sur-
j i ': about your character which points you out sional relations with his father. On such spent so many happy hours-with the red feller-a deal better than me-and did as
:. ;;A.:I as one calculated to shine in the most select occasions Miss Cissy would imitate him to flames licking through the whole lower much, but hadn't the luck.:' prises. One vender told me that he had

\ i ,; circles. Before your arrival we had never his face in the most amusing way, lookingall i story, and spurting out of every chink and A vulgar little speech, but Cissy's eyes earned seven dollars on Thursday, and he
I. t. .::::y learned to designate ladies as 'fillies nor the time demure got very moist as she listened, and I'm not
Y as as a little mouse, ; crevice, while a dense pall of smoke ob- sold a five-cent article on which his commission -
'l had we heard real gents' whom while Welstead sure that mine didn't too.
\,': ,,i you up against the piano, ;scured the upper windows and the roof. two
Out-of-town visit-
: mention as having frequented your father'sestablishment. not quite sure whether to laugh or be angry. !; We dashed through the crowd together,, The office was sadly reduced after that. was cents.
.;;i;"" These things interest and Even he usually broke down, however, ;!and fought our way to the clear space ont With Welstead and the Gentleman on the ors were, of course, the heaviest buyers.
,;? ,.: u please us. Allow us to show some small when the two came to discuss etiquette," i which the firemen were connecting their sick-list, there were only four of us at the The investigation of Carroll's coupon
;'\ sense of the honor society confers and in his t desk. and the reaction from the excitementhad
ri your upon Joe, character of gentleman, laid ;;hose. As we reached them, a half-naked frauds still and the further it
.t ;l'!I us by christening you as'Gentlemanly Joe,' down his views as to when a feller should iman, barefooted and hair disheveled, was left us anything but lively. I can remember progresses,
..,l excusing the lib'erty we take with your raise 'is 'at," and when not. The argumentwas :pleading with the superintendent, clutching only one remark ventured upon goes the more people seem to have been involved -

1 !, ,.,, .. name in consideration of the alliteration." generally closed by a burst of laughter ;j frantically at his arm and pointing up to the during that first day. The dreary scratch in it. No one, of course, intimates
..:\4;. "' .' A great part of this speech must have been from all of us, in which Joseph would join, :dark clouds above him, already rent with ing of pens had lasted unbroken for over an that Comptroller Campbell had any share
? '1':, lost upon Mr. Joseph, but never did elaborate though protesting loudly that he was unableto :ijagged streaks of ascending flame. hour, when little Sparkie looked up from
in the frauds but the carelessness with
sarcasm fall so utterly flat. Instead of his ledger. ,
the "
? see joke. 1 "Too short! he screamed, in a voice .
'c'. being offended, as we had fondly hoped It is a proverbially dangerous thing to [which we were horrified to recognize as that "I suppose you would call him a gentleman which he allowed an organized system of
would be the case, he burst into an uproarious play with edged tools. I have never been of Mr. Newsome. "It can't be-it mustn't i after all ?'' wrong-doing to continue is criminal, and

"" ,; fit of laughter, and slapped his sure whether Smith knew how matters stood jbe There are more escapes than one. Oh, "A very much better one than you will there is scarcely a doubt but that steps will I i
,j gaitered leg with the ebony ruler in token between Welstead and the young lady. I ;man, man, she is burning-choking-suffocating ever be?" growled Dullan, and we relapsedinto
of delight. Haw haw !I" he roared, writhing am inclined to think that at first he did not. [ Do something! Save her My the scratching of pens. be taken to bring about his removal. I was il

t ": about on the top of the high stool. Perhaps, if some one had informed him of :child-my beautiful child-the only one I I was present at the wedding of Charley talking to well-known merchant the other

;, ::' Whatever'li father say Oh, law, to think it then, he might have mastered his feelings, [have!" Welstead and Cissy Newsome, when, after a day who years ago held a position in theComptroller's I":
,, ,. :, of it! 'Gentlemanly Joe'-eh ? You're and much misery have been averted. It In the agony of his fear he fell at the fireman's long delay, }it was finally celebrated. By the book-
office. The of
t i ,1; ,. right, though ; )"ou'rerightand not ashamed was clear to us young fellows who had gone | feet and implored his assistance. original arrangement I was to have figuredas system
". :' to own up, neither.' I said when I wascornin' through the same experience how things } I was paralyzed by the horror of the best man, but my post of honor was keeping there," said he, is no worse than

11 : '. up, Father' says I, I'll teach them were tending, but we held our tongues rather thing.! The situation was apparent at a handed over to a certain very ugly young it has always been ; but it is wretchedly
.! ; : a trick or two ; and I have, hain't I? Of than spoil what we considered man, whose appearance suggested the idea
a capital There
glance.: seen dimly through the bad.'o business of the
,>;::1" course we're all gents here, for clerks is i joke. Cissy may have seen it too and given smoke: was Cissy Newsome's window, whiJeibeneath that he had spent the last few weeks in a man
s' >; f' reckoned such but it do knowledge would tolerate it for a week. I
t. mostly make a him a little mischievous encouragement it, separated by a broad of mustard poultice. Unromantic as it may
;; i ; .::,',' difference when a man has been brought incontac' at least, young ladies have the credit of not :;wall, was the head of the fire-escape.expanse It was seem, this youth not only went through his remember some years ago a man, an expert I.
'' ;,,J ':,.'' with the real thing. You can call 1 being blind in such cases. Certainly Smith too short by a good twelve feet. The whole duties with all the nonchalance in the world, accountant, offered to sell the office a
me Gentleman Joe an' pleasure, but not as pursued his hopeless suit with which but danced at the subsequent festivities with
a vigor lower
seething of fire
: f',: story was one mass so plan of conducting its affairs, by which a
t :' t5 meaning to imply that there is any in thisroom astonished us. During business hours he that there seemed no possibility of approachfrom the greatest vigor and grace. It is commonly
<}.:-:' not such, though maybe, not one of lived in a sort of day-dream, musing upon that direction. A horrible feeling of rumored that this activity his, combined saving of a million and a half of dollars a

:i you has seen a belted hurl give your father his perch like some cogitative fowl, and getting impotence came over me. There was no with sundry interesting anecdotes concern year could be effected. His proposition was
t .-c; ,. one in the short ribs and holler out, *You'rea into endless trouble ing horses and have
over his accounts, sign of movement at the young lady's window dogs, so prevailed uponthe not accepted..
., deep old scoundrel, Smith, and one as while every evening found him interfering though crawling trails of flame had heart of a susceptible young lady that
'l. i :. knows how many beans makes five.' with Welstead's tete-a-tete at the high cor climbed up to it and festooned it round with there is every probability of our having a And yet despite the pickings and leavings

f. Welstead's face at the idea of his goutygovernor ner house in Eldon street. their red garlands. I remember hoping i in repetition of the marriage ceremony. Should and perquisites which politicians in office

1 if;: '. receiving such an attention at the At last the crash came. There was no jny heart that she had been suffocated in it be so, I trust that I may at last revert to got, politics does not pay. Carroll, the deceased -
.. l If hands of nobility was so ludicrous that we need to ask what had happened when little her sleep and had never woke to the dreadful my original position as best man.-All th eYear clerk who most
;3. all burst into a roar of laughter, which Joe slunk quietly into the office one morning reality. Round. young coupon ,
j ended the first and last attempt to take a with disheveled hair heavily implicated in the coupon frauds,
t melancholy facts I have said that we were paralyzed for the
': : rise out of our bucolic companion. It } and eyes bleared with the wakefulness of a iuoment. The spell was rapidly broken. -Many lose their beauty and who is now being made the scapegoat!
: true that his life under from the hair falling or fading. Parker's
:' \ was spent a continual restless
: night. We "
learned '
never the
:, par This way, lads! cried a resolute voice, Hair Balsam] for thefts which he undoubtedly never com
;, shower of small and chaff supplies nourishment
: jokes and that ticulars of his dismissal. Suffice it that necessary ,
he and Charlie Welstead broke in
'\ his new name superseded his old one, but was informed once and forever that a gap with a fireman's hatchet in his hand.among We us prevents falling and grayness and is an elegant mitted, spent his gains on women and at

there was a massive simplicity about the which there was no crossing lay between pushed after him as he rushed round to the dressing. the card table, but a great portion of it went :!

'. :,,' the man most, and a unpromising marvelous power remarks of converting into :Miss Cissy Newsome and himself. He bore rear of the house where there was a door A BIG SUCCESS." My wife was in bed two for the support of his party. Chas. Blackie,

t ;,! ;.'{" which rendered him compliments disconcerting up his bravely, and tried to hug his sorrow usually used by the servants. It was locked, years with a complication of disorders her the late Clerk of Special Session, who was amoral I
a heart and hide
very it from the
i";: ; \ individual to attack. Allusions of vulgar gaze but a couple of blows shattered it to pieces. physician could not cure, when I was led man and a gentleman in every respect -
-, '. s mankind, but he became an altered man. "iVe hurried the stone kitchen stairs with to Parker's
i try Ginger Tonic. It
; up
:;: : to his hat, necktie or any other peculiarity What had been was a big comfortable
a passing fancy with in all around and who always enjoyed a
"., us plastering falling strips success. Three bottles cured her at a cost ofa
,. : of raiment ,
';:)rr : were met by his eternal horse had
+ ; ;, taken root in his
laugh and an earnest recommendation very soul and grown us, and the flags so hot that they burned dollar and fifty cents, and she is now as income, died $20,000 in debt. An inti-
that there, so that he, who had hardly known into the boots. At the head of "
ii soles of our strong as any woman. -R. D. Buffalo. mate acquaintance of mine who had retired

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11 .. [fin


from business and then taken to politics, The tedious Star Route trial approachesits the repeating rifle. The French and Ger- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC

more to have something to do than for and end. Colonel Ingersoll is making the man military authorities have for years .....: -

emolument, told me a few days ago thai closing argument for the defence, and the turned a deaf ear to inventors and manu-
during the three years that he had "foolet case is likely to be given to the jury the first facturers who have endeavored to induce H.E.DOTTERERIXYITES

with it," he had lost about $40,000 in a va week in June. The trial has been largely them to adept a system entailing an extra

riety of ways. There are a great many met attended this week. Every morning before expense of$5,000,000; but now that Turkeyand ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OFf
in politics who own magnificent houses,, the opening hour the court-room has been Sweden have gone ahead, Germany and

drive fast horses, are compelled to subscribe packed, ladies forming fully half of the au- France have reluctantly examined patterns, 1' I
largely for campaigns, religious and charitable dience. The defendants do not attend often, chosen the best model, and tried it upon a,

purposes. Were they to die to.morrowthey but the "defence ladies," as they are called, large scale. j: They are at present on the very [FINE FAMILY GROCERIESII:

could not leave their families enough the wives,sisters, aunts and cousins of the point of proceeding to its introduction, a -1- 'i

money to buy a meal with. This political: accused, come regularly to their reserved step involving. $20,000,000 for the five con-

life is all a hollow mockery and a sham,, seats. On Wednesday a ventriloquist had tinental po ers. If they are to refrain from
much worse than that of France, which some fun by playing his tricks in different this step, they must have reasonable groundsfor EMBRACINGEA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF B

Daudet showed up so well in his Nabob," parts of the room. Several times the Judge reckoning on the duration of peace. I

his Kings in Exile,'' and other works. commanded silence in imperative tones,but venture to :affirm' positively that Prince FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. '

The most curious phase of life in the cityat the offender eluded suspicion. Newspaper Bismarck isfully'; convinced as anybody in

the present moment is the influx ol writers continue to harp on what they call the world that prosperity of European
Western men to the city. The wise men the enormous, outrageous expense the Gov- nations is not compatible with ever increas-

used to come from the East, but it seems ernment is being put to in the prosecutionof ing armaments; that wars in Europe oughtto ''GOOD
The Government be things of the past. PURE AND OF QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
reserved for the year of our Lord 1883 to the Star Route conspirators. -

the reverse. They come here to go has been accused of spending more
into finance, some take up newspapers,, money in the trial than the total amount GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. "

while others have politics in view, and most stolen by the defendants. The fact is, the P' -+ ..J.+4 -

of them succeed. They have pluck and fees paid the jurors has been fixed by law, AB. JVOYES, FINE 'TEAS AND COFFEES J JSflp r.

energy, and if they are not always providedwith and are the same in the Star Route cases as ;Successor to W. A. SAXBORN), -:+ +-
capital they can always induce some in all other criminal cases, while the pay of Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

capitalist to lend them a helping hand. 01 the Government counsel does not approachthe GROCERIES;} PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.
course their methods and ways of thought,, amounts alleged by newspapers. The w.
expression and action jar at first, but at the estimate made by the Post-Office Depart- CHOICE WINES AND'LIQUORS. HAY, GRAIN,

same time they rouse. Looking at the way ment is,. that the amount of the stealings Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer

the newspaper press is controlled now, it approximates $4,000,000, and the cost to the Steamboat Landing,

seems very much as if it were to be treated Government in trying the cases will scarcely FERNANDINA: FLORIDA.

to an entire revulsion of thinking and writ exceed $1,000,000.Monday Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA.

ing. But then we may wake up somethingand afternoon the President appointed Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in ) J i. (
find that mustangs lead us too hot a Walter Evans, of Louisville, Ky., Com- large quantities.
Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa-
pace, and that driving in a comfortable missioner of Internal Revenue, vice General ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the COLLINS&COIJHARTFORDEstablished
carriage is a much more pleasant mode of Raum. He is a lawyer, a Republican, a favorite best in the world.
of Postmaster-General Gresham. Agent for B.AVERY'S CELEBRATED ;

progress. the other :Mr. Lyman the chief examiner of the PLOWS. : 1826.MANUFACTURERS iG
I met a distinguished surgeon Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-
evening, and in the course of conversation civil service commission, has freely ex- VILLE. 33
he remarked to me that the science and art I pressed himself as opposed to the employ- : fc

of operative surgery had made more progress ment of females in the departments. :Many BuildingMaterial. !

within the last twelve months than during women who now hold Government posi- ;

the previous twenty 'ears.U We have got' tions, as well as those who wish to applyfor I I ':

to understand the construction of the human places, stand somewhat in awe of him, BRICK, LIME, HAIR, .
body better, and we know how to treat loca and fear his influence may be exerted against
diseases better. No end of devices and instruments them, and unfair discriminations made in PILASTER, CEMENT,

have been invented, and we car examinations and reports of the commis- : SHINGLES

almost manufacture a new body for a man sioners.
In the matter of eye and ear diseases the, Postmaster-General Gresham has signified DOORS,: SASH, BLINDS.

is particularly marked. Operating his intention of making number of changesin
i progress PAINTS, OILS, ETC.,
for what is commonly known as a cast ir the clerical force of the Post-Office De- i= '

the eye used to be a very risky piece of partment before the end of the present fiscal -. OF .

work. It is now very simple. We bun year. He proposes to remove some of the
older and fill their places with FRED W. HOYT & GO'S,
where we used to cut. employes, Axes Hatchets Picks
Salmi Morse is being heartily laughed at younger and more vigorous men. In cases SECOND STREET, Near Centre.
for his Bustles Petti where the old clerks can perform light, easy A .
new play
coats," which is utter, audacious rot, still it work, they will probably be retained at reduced C. H. HUOT, AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY .4

pays, for everybody goes to see how bad i it salaries. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also ;6.
it and at it. When write -DEALER IN-
laughs you a
play," once said a leading and now success PARIS =1'' ,

ful dramatist to me, "you must either pro GUSTAVE DOR$'S LAST WORK ORGAN CONCERTS. CHANDLERY Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines. .'. "'

duce a first-class one or an utterly bad one PARIS, May 13, 1883. =1 Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues, &c.t .
In either case you will win money, and the Ever since the removal of the remains of !. by writing to the makers, ,

chances are that the bad one, if it is without the First Napoleon from St. Helena to the Groceries, Hardware, COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York. < ,.
features will better J _
redeeming pay you --
any Hotel des Invalides, it has been the invariable i t x.i. -
than the good one." Perhaps Mr. Morse DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, ; .r, i
custom to solemnize mass on May 5, the i'
got the same "tip," and is now followingit GUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF -:
anniversary of his death, in the chapel beneath INDICESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS;
; out. the dome under which his ashes re- Second Street, DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH,
IVASlII.TGTON. pose. This year, however, a practice that vie FERNANDINA FLA.
R.Johnson. M, D.. of Abbeville Miss.
.J.E.Grarea,Editor and Proprietor aptIst. J. Aug '
has prevailed for nearly half a century has Memphis,Teon. Bays: 1 received package of your II.1882, says: 1 am a graduate of Georgia MedicalLiver '
been General Thibaudin the FERNANDINA Medicine, and have used about half of it. It College,and have practiced thirty-five years. I use ,
PRESIDENT ARTHUR CHAFING UNDER THE IRKSOME pretermitted, medicine in It good
works like a charm.I want no better Liver Regulator your my practice. la not only a
Minister of War, having forbidden the Abbe" and certainly no more of Zeilin'a mixture.: Liver Medicine,but it Is a sovereign remedy for tlt.u. ,
b ?i
Rev.J.S.Beasley Summerton
Rev.E.A.Huffins,Franklin Ky. '
de Cassan the venerable chaplain of the In- S O.,Jan.'82 says: I have used Zeil- '
VERNON ASSOCIATION, ETC. i Aug. 82,says: It is the best medicine '
To the Editor of the Mirror: valides, to perform any service in commem- [STEAM ] [SAW ] {[MILL.]} is curing I have me ever of Dyspepsia taken in my Send It .LIVIREOT. I. .-.. -' in your in s its preparation effect medicine on the a altogether great The superior but best.find .;i+t' p: ,.?
Must have it.
oration of the death of the founder of the another package.
WASHINGTON May 25, 1883. #s :___,* #',___/* *v--_--<* Rev. J. L. Brlttaln of Blountsvllle. Dr.S. Mansfield, Wholesale Druggist.Memphis, a yn. d
Notwithstanding the fact that Washington Napoleon dynasty. Ala..March 2,88n: 1 suffered with Term.,says: "Have sold it 30 years; predecessor
torpid liver and costiveness and your sold it many years before me.That this medicine is a +
r has been deserted this week by the Ad- Gustave Dor 's last work, the statue of C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, medicine cured me.My wife has used it good one can denyand that it is tee true and j. j gainsay
with admirable effect for sick-headache- genuine Liver Medicine
ministration, the ship of state sails smoothly Alexandre Dumas pare, which was purely a Original and Only Genuine. Esteb.1810.1 4I
on. Several of the Cabinet officers are seek- labor of,love to the eminent artist, now constantly on hand- Put UD in 25c.and $1.packages MEG yi

ing recreation, fishing, or attending to du- stands veiled on its pedestal in the Place HAS ':I ?.F.SIMMONS and bottles&CO..ST.ltlu by .Ma f
ties elsewhere,and others accompanied Pres- Malesherbes, awaiting its formal inauguration. JSS'Lumber by Cargoes. ,
ident Arthur to New York to attend the It is a very fine work of art, and was h j s
ceremonies of the opening of the East River the special pride of the deceased sculptor.The Office on Second Street. vie JOHNSON'S
Bridge. The President has been sick since third of M. Alexandre Gerimant's or- A

he left the city, and indeed his general gan concerts will take place at the Trocaderoon WB LB ALB AN TAIi! 1 4M ;

health is poor in spite of his well-fed ap Thursday afternoon, for which occasionthe te BLOOD SYRUP
pearance. He chafes under the irksome talented director has secured the servicesof -: I.

cares of office, and longs for release from his Miss Agnes Huntington, M. Maurin, M. PHP :

wearing responsibilities. Hismost intimate Louirot, and M. du Santoy. : co Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, : ,
friends say that he is not a candidate for reelection A horrible crime was committed this : r- MILLIONS testify to its
i i : Kidneys, Skin and Blood. .. ; ;
and would under no circumstancesagain morning in the rue St. Dennis. Mdlle.
A : (=5 above named diseases and
in healing the ,
be President. Muzel, a young milliner residing in that eflicacy
I The association of ladies who have for street, was to be married today, at the ; N prononnce it to be the Best Remedy Known to 31 r .,g

years been pursuing the patriotic undertaking mairie of the district, to M. Emile Morterol. M A, B. NOYES, c

of restoring and caring for the home of All preparations for the wedding were C CD ( GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .

George Washington were, on Wednesday, concluded, and the carriages were at the :, -DEALER IN- ... ''
conveyed from this city to Mount Vernon, door waiting for the arrival of the bride- 00 Dark
AGENTS -W...ANTED.Laboratory 'a ., .
I where they held their annual council. Since groom. However, just as M. :Morterol, accompanied Family Supplies, rIiir <9f

! 1873 the endowment fund of this enterprisehas by his best man, was stepping sell it.
77 West Third St. New York City. Druggists
from to enter the house middle- ,
grown from $1,000 to $28,000, which is a carriage a HEAVY GROCERIES, 'pP
judiciously invested by the society's treasurer. aged man rushed to the spot, and, drawinga CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881. .
Each State, through representative ladies revolver, fired two shots at the bridegroom, P Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of jour ;'J:;: .i

takes some one room of the venerable lodging a bullet in his head behind the left 4- Hay and Grain, mansion under its patronage, so far as the ear. While the victim was being carried o : I CDIc 46

number of rooms will allow, and restores into the house his aggressor swallowed the .
and furnishes it. in style as nearly contemporaneous contents of a small vial of poison, and expired ;

with Washington's time as possi- before the police could conduct him z == GINGER CORDIALIS .

ble, and in many cases the original furni- to the office of the commissary. Two letters Furniture, + y RD -

ture has been secured and replaced. The were found in his pockets, explaining that O2 NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT, / \
bpd-room in which Washington died is un- he had no motive in committing the crime Stoves, but contains all the medicinal properties Jckfr"
der the patronage of Virginia ladies, and the other than a desire for revenge, as he hated fn of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It _
bed on which he died has been restored to the husband chosen by his cousin, the bride.It : Paints, .: is very pleasant to take, and V. _

it by Colonel Lee, son of General Robert E. is stated that the criminal had on two o Crockery, y CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, I od '
occasions attempted to commit 00 x'd NCJ
Lee. The room in which Martha Washington previous CRAMP COLIC '
Hardware, COLDS, CHILLS, ,
spent the last eighteen months of her suicide, and that he was quite bereft of 00 N
life in afflicted retirement is the especial reason. The unfortunate bridegroom is in Willow-Ware. DIAEEHCEA, DYSENTERY, ti # 0 .CfJ.N

charge of Wisconsin. New York has the a very serious condition. r' i' B PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, SP0 0 1 .

banquet Massachusetts the library. General disarmament is as far off as the N* and stimulat-
South Carolina has raised funds for furnish- millennium; a reduction of armamentsseems s... eo ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy.
ing the family dining-room precisely as it as difficult to achieve as it is unques- S action. Sold by PALMER BRO'S 1SK FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY 1TIJ'

Alabama Florida North tionably desirable; but there is a third p t
and ,
was originally, M v. Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. To rent
Carolina and Georgia, each has its special course that may appear both necessary and !H.I The property known as Sanborn's Sfcjres.
work. The association convenes in what is possible-that is, non-augmentation of mili- O Hd ;arAlso, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA Apply for particulars to f

known the River Room," the trust 1 of siderable tary budgets.actual This,importance question on possesses account con-of Prices a ask a t as a Ib M\' t without GINGER peppei.ALE, the only Ginger Ale made 22 Fernandina, July 15tf.f A. B. Novss. ,i

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1"' :' THE FLORIDA :MIRROR. Government, and cannot be raised collaterally "OVR" PORT AND "OUR" LINE.S'8AT ing,produce dealers of New York ; they offer !I NEWPORT COUNTY--
; :: title. by a party holding an invalid every inducement to shippers that a desire I ,

12 SOME OF THE STATE EXCHANGES HAVE to deal] honestly and FLORIDA.To .
'. fairly with their
) SATURDAY, JUNE I, 1883. 5. The existence of an invalid title gives the pa-
:TO SAY OF trons could dictate and the Editor of the Mirror
alt true owner of the grant a right to equitable THE MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE suggest or express a :

t j r ; TRUCK FARMING relief to remove the cloud] thereby cre- AND THE PORT OF FEBNANDINA, AFTER willingness to make the service semiweekly It makes one feel sad to see this once
AND ITS NEEDS. ated. tri-weekly, or even daily-whicheverthe
'4 t';,i. The question of transportation is one of A PERSONAL VISIT. business demands. We believe there is a flourishing little city now deserted, and its
'I' Appeal from the Circuit Court of the Correspondence Savannah News desire once elegant buildings
1 ( \.: : among the people to patronize the gone or in a manner
peculiar interest at the time. The
: ,. present United States for the District of Nebraska. :The object of the con vocation was, as your Mallory Line, and thus build up the com- rotten down. The large warehouses and

,t : .t. : : 4 great producing interests of ,Florida are The 4th section of act of May 17, 1856, correspondent understands it, to have the merce and trade of their own port, but they I wharves, the fine hotels filled with
j t i concerned with it cannot be expected to send guests,
( mainly and this freight where
upon follows
provides as (Statutes at Large, Vol. I have all
members disappeared.
"'I, of the press and others see for there is no transportation. On the other The arrival of ships
than else
more aught the
rapid II.
: .q .I 1 ''i page 15 :) themselves the facilities furnished by the hand, it costs considerable] money to run from and their departure to the various
x, ;. development and growth in population and SECTION 4. And be it further That large vessels] and the
'' t enacted Mallory Line for the transportation of IaUorys say they can- ports of the world are no longer to be
:r} t'C: kt wealth in our State. The difference in the lands hereby granted to said State shall vegetables not afford to run them when there is no the seen ;
:t ,::, 'f ) climate between Florida and New York or be disposed of by said State only in man- : and other perishable freights to New freight and no passengers. busy hum industry and of commerce

Ii < :. Illinois creates a difference in the time of ner following, that is to say, that a quan- York city, and thus make known through There are two ways to settle this matter : is a thing of the past. One cannot help] but

I '1 tity of land not exceeding 120 sections for them the inducements offered by this line First, let the company announce that from ask the cause. Here and near here
fi tf' the maturity of their respective said road and branch and are large
: products, included with- to the and after a certain date-giving ample time mineral
li'i .; : ; 411 ; which inures to the benefit of Florida. in a continuous length of twenty miles of : people of Florida generally, and the for the public to be fully advised-they will springs ; the medicinal virtues of

:.:' ;\ '::.i l While the statement, that vegetables which said road and branch, maybe sold, and when truck farmers especially. It was a happy put on semi-weekly] service; second, send their waters are undisputed, many remark-

h' -4 did the Governor of said State shall certify to thought, and will doubtless aid much in agents through different sections of the State able cures having been performed by them.
; :t::w not mature until July at the North the Secretary of the Interior that twen- to solicit

ft. ;t any directing the vegetable and fruit the patronage of the people, prom- Here is one of the most beautiful of rivers
./ ,1: growers'attention ,
matured April and May in Florida, was ty continuous miles of said road or branchis ising to establish a serai-weekly] line at a !
r .. 'iV',,', 1 if Interesting and attractive to the prospective completed, then another quantity of land, to the importance of building up a stated time, provided the encouragementgiven I navigable] for sea-going vessels,and along] its

1 : : r settler in Florida, it bad no commercial im- hereby granted, not to exceed 120 sections, direct line of transportation from Florida to them warrants such a step. Perhapsthe banks are as fertile lands as can be found in
tt. ... for said road or branch, having 20 continuous New York and other cities. latter course would be best and most the State. The towns and plantations that
t -,. .. I portance while simply confined to a few miles completed as aforesaid, and included satisfactory to all concerned. once existed have

'' I .:!t,:,;'l., ... gardens in Florida ; but when the fact was within a continuous length of 20 From the Live Oak Bulletin : Colonel] Papy informs us that during the lands have long ceased to exist. The

: r,:.' :v.Hl;! :; seized upon to develop a new and important miles of said road or branch, may be sold, Captain C. R. Jones, our popular agen t of first three weeks of the present month more nearly all passed into the handsof
, ; 1 t"" : and so from time to time until said road and the Florida Central & Western Railroad, has i than 72,000 crates of vegetables were trans- non-residents, and the beautiful St. Marks

'.. : J I* industry, which should give employment branch are completed." been advising everybody ship and travel ported over the Transit Railroad. Calculat- river flows, as it were, through a wilderness 't

J'ioI\"m to thousands and create a new article For the better understanding of the pres- by: the Mallory Line for the past two or ing 12,000 crates to a steamer, the vegetable No river in the State
, : ., \ f for three weeks.. We ]learn that he had business over that road alone possesses as great a
; ; ;J: export, then it became a matter of supreme ent condition of the land far the a dream would] supporta number
t t ;'" ,' i' importance. grant, so as the other night which puzzled him some- semi-weekly line during the vegetable] sea- and variety of mineral springs I
\ Peninsular Railroad has been constructed what. He dreamed Of this along its banks and
: } that he died and applied son. vast amount of Florida pro- strange to say, none of
N ; ti{ t ; The few watermelons which in Mayor we publish the following letter from the for. ; a.ticket- _to.A the 'other _world. The agent duce not exceeding 12.000 crates were sent them are imp.roved or fixed iir for th.. {>,,"_

+r r .- June made a grateful addition to the table Department of the Interior to the attorneyof inquired ot the agent where ne wanted to via Fernandina, while the remaining 60,000 venience of invalids.- What k shi;
1 '' of the Florida settler were of but little importance go He replied :, I want a ticket to Heaven were transferred to the Waycross road at 1 all
the Peninsular] Railroad : i and I want to travel by the Mallory Callahan, taken to Savannah and shipped seem more strange they all being so near I 1

: .\, to anybody else. The occasional DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, 1 Line." "The Mallory Line don't go that North by steamers from that port. In this the capital of the State. Will this state of

'; : :f' \ cart-load which was sent to the home market GENERAL LAND OFFICE. }\ way, exactly," said the polite agent, but it way Floridians] are building up and sustaining things always continue ?

..', J;} t I was of but little more importance. But WASHINGTON, D. C., :May 15, 1883. goes direct to New York." Well, give mea i only interests that belong and are important -
There is
r ':::.4E, when, by the construction of railways and S. I. Walks, Esq.. Attorney for the A. G. & W. ticket to New York, then," said Charley ; to another State, city and port, to nothing doing here. A few invalids -
I never travel by any other than the Mal the detriment of like interests belonging like myself, visit the place occasion-
: L T. R. R. Co.
f : ,rtf the putting on of lines of fast it Washington, D. C.:
? steamships, lory Line if it and
, the bottomless equally
goes pit. important to their own State, ally, and either camp by the springs
;';. 1' ; was found that early vegetables could be SIR : I am in receipt of your letter of the city and seaport. By some or stop
t, -, { raised in unlimited quantities and find 14th inst., requesting be furnished with a From the Lake City Reporter: be considered selfish in this persons matter. we If State may in some old building, drink of and bathe in

t x: a statement from the'records of this office, The State Texas is indeed a fine steam- pride, a proper regard for the best interestsof the waters of the springs a few days, get re-
'' J" ready sale in Northern markets, provided showing the number of miles of railroad ship, iron-clad, and having all the con- Florida, a due appreciation of the impor- lief and then go home. There are no
j' ,',, they could be placed there within a limited completed from Waldo southward by the veniences for the Florida trade. It is 260 tance of building up and sustaining Flori-

I. i,'r. time, then the possibility of a new and imPortant Atlantic, Gulf & West India Transit Rail- feet long, with beam of 38 feet and depth of da's great seaport on the Atlantic and a de- commodations, and a person is compelledto

t 'r ., trade dawned road Company, as appears from certificates holji 26 feet, tonnage 1,542, and without sire to have the business of the State that bring his bedding and food with him.
I upon Florida. filed by the Governor the State of Florida. question the finest ventilated
. t1; I'I department naturally should pass to and fro through Rev. Charles Beecher and wife spent the
; : 'i : J Although hardly yet begun, within the In reply, I have to state that it appears for the storage of vegetables that swims the that port directed to its proper and legiti- winter here, and will remain the

: J : last thirty days one hundred thousand crates from certain certificates on file] in this office, waters of the Atlantic. We only wish that mate channel, is selfishness, let it be so. during
l, } 'J of vegetables have passed over the Transit given by the Governor of the State of Flori- every vegetable producer could inspect this While others are permitted to advocate summer. There are two white men and one

I da, under the seal of the State and duly at- department-convinced are we that they measures for the development their inter- white woman in the place and about half a

tr t t.; Road alone, worth probably $300,000 in the tested by the Secretary of State, showing the woijld hereafter ship by the Mallory Line. ests, unerring justice accords us the same dozen negro families.It .

j. Northern market. At a recent meeting of completion of two sections of railroad from Our producers should appreciate the effortsof right to advocate in our humble those has

,, ; ; ".', truck growers in Georgia the surprising Waldo southward, to-wit: one section of the Messrs. Mallory to give them a good measures best calculated to develop way Florida been rather cool here daring the

i"" '.j statement made that from 44 88-100 miles from Waldo to Ocala, and system of vegetable transportation. In the and enhance and protect, her interests. past week, and fires were comfortable to sit
was Southwestern
" i one section of 26 miles, and 520 feet from carriage of vegetables ventilation is an item In considering this subject there is another by Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. It is

t 1 Georgia alone the immense quantity of 3,500 Ocala southwardly towards Tampa bay. of vital importance,and this Messrs.Mallory important fact that must not be over- very dry, and vegetation is suffering badlyfor
car-loads of Very respectfully have given in the construction of the State l looked.
i !. watermelons would be sent to of Florida gets no credit for the vast
I" t., t I market. N. C. McFABLAND, Tex .s. Every department is well arranged. I volume of her products that are taken to rain.
': Commissioner.It I and shipped from in In looking over a recent number of the
. : : Front the a port another State.
: rJ The Western markets are but just Tallahassee Economist :
It I opened will be seen from the foregoing that the We When the statistics are made up and trade New York Tribune I notice it says that it is
to fruit and ] regret that we were unable to avail
vegetable trade. With a reviews published, the State and from
railroad company in question has, at of port "the only American paper, continental in
pres- ourselves kind invitation
.' l' a to visit Fer-
x which
,; }t. creditable business sagacity the railway they are shipped receive ail the credit
: '\ great ent, the right to sell all the lands within the nan lina to inspect the steamship State of and honor.In its circulation and influence, which persistently -

'. -1. lines have, at once appreciating the granted limits of said road for a distance of Texas as the guest of the Mallory Steamship order to permanently establish a first- and vigorously maintains the

,, I growing importance of this industry, put Line. that steamer with the City of San Antonio class steamship line from Fernandina
1 \ ninety ((90)) miles from Waldo southward. with American doctrine of protection to home
\j on fast freight lines equaling in speed their being now placed on the line perma more frequent departures, it should not only "
industry British free
t ; I nently. receive the of trade.
shipments truckmen
to Northern
} scbedrvlw.! -
: express passenger ; NEWS NOTES. The people of Florida are very much interested markets, but all the traffic-both Where dees that paper get its idea that
Savannah, whjcH, within the memory of in securing such patronage to this pas-
and is
senger freight-accommodation and protection an American doctrine and free
: the wrSi"", :..;iced on its business with New lineS shall justify its owners in furnishing rates being equal to those afforded by other trade British
DOMESTIC. ? Free trade advocatedby
ti' and fast
"'pork: by a weekly line of small transportation for our lines-that goes from or comes into Floridavia
r ,} : .. .....,....... .i .. r brigs, now The estimated decrease of the public debt fruits and vegetables to Northern markets Atlantic ports. With the colonists long before the declarationof

has a tri-weekly} line of ocean steamers to for the month of May is about $3,500,000. by such vessels as will carry them without ment the :Messrs. Mallory proper will furnish encourage-all independence. If my recollection serves
: New York, besides lines of fine steamers to serious damage while in transit. It is of the the
1 General G. P. Buel United States transportation They have fif- me, protection is of foreign virgin.
1 Army, utmost this
1 ; Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore. consequence. to State, and to teen large steamers afloat two
died Wednesday afternoon at his i every of it that ; recently Charles I., King of England said to the
:' ;, To still further facilitate this business,. residence portion there shall be com- launched will have a capacity of 2,700 tons ,
1! near Nashville.Ten petiifg lines of transportation in healthy, each, and one now being built will be regis- American colonies : "That to suffer there-
' F.II: and add to its safety, capitalists are building : vigorous and successful action. By Savan- tered as a 3,000 ton ship. upon a foreign trade is as inconsistent with

1 : a very large number of ventilated and refrigerated million five hundred thousand dol- nah there is one such line, and we are gladof Much depends upon Floridians as to the view of of

i fruit and vegetable cars, built lars worth of bonds were redeemed during it \ we should have another by Fernan- whether they shall have adequate ocean planting Virginia as with the

: for this trade. especially May by the Treasury Department. dinai furnishing advantages equal to those transportation from their own port to Northern just policy or honor of the State." (Cham-

held : out by its rival. The railways terminating markets. The patronage of those sec- ber's Annual, page 53.)

: 1, .i Stimulated by successful shipments the The Atalanta, the new steam-yacht now at Fernandina in connection with tions of Florida made contiguous to Fernan- The navigation acts of 1660 and 1663 com-

; t' present season, a very large and ever-in- being built for Jay Gould, will bs finishedin the Mallory or other Northern steamers dina by simple railroad facilities would

.1 ;'l creasing area will be devoted to truck farming a few days, and is expected to go into should be maintained, not in hostility to, but doubtless support a semi-weekly line the pelled the Americans to ship their productsto
in competition with the roads England for sale and
: to Savannahand year round, and during the vegetable season to purchase in her
,: ; r' and thousands of people will commission in July. steamers from
: that
: I engage port. two semi-weekly lines-one to New York markets the supplies they needed. No

" ,. :. ,' : 1 The success of the whole movement depends during the vegetable season, as all
house of the Massachusetts
Legislature abol- The State of Texas is iron the colonies. The
: an steamship, only direct trade which
I' truckers will not
to the
: f same
. .r' point,
on transportation. Our railway and ishing the payment of the poll-tax as a pre was built in 1874 by John Roach & Son, of and Baltimore is generally the best market was allowed and was not taxed was the

1 ,:.' 1 U. .steamship companies should study up the requisite for voting in that State. Chester, Penn., and is known in the maritime at least that is the experience of many Middle -; traffic of negro slaves, which
t Register J. N. W. S. No. every colony
; of how as 115,228. Her Florida
question to meet the demand madeupon truckmen. What is -
The whole amount taken in for the first length is 200 feet, breadth of beam 38 feet, the of required on protested against, and which Great Britain
:: r them for safe and part Floridians to enable them to
: speedy
.: .. transporta twenty-four hours after the opening of the and depth! of hold 26 feet. She has a ton- utilize their fine harbor, build trade compelled them to accept.In .
:: s; tion. One of the first essentials is to securethe nage ?fof 2,100 tons gross. Her boilers areseverteighths up
: "I Brooklyn Bridge was $2,001.21. It is esti- and commerce for their own seaport, andgive 1732 Parliament forbade the transpor-
'l 1 of an inch in thickness and
prompt movement of truck ,
: by starting mated that 150,000 crossed it that importance as a shipping pointto tation of woolen goods of American
1' L !: ) people over dur have!a tensile strength of 40,000 pounds. mann-
loaded cars from the farm of the truck- which it is justly entitled by reason of its
!' ing that time.Mahone She has 40 staterooms, with 78 berths, and natural advantage of location and facture from one colony to another, and the
grower, to go through without reloading or her certificate authorizes her to 122passengers. splendid
carry harbor facilities is same restriction was placed on the trade of
) is his tangible evidence that
"' x! the delay of rehandling, in unbroken carload losing grip on Virginia. In ; She carries 5 life-boats, 4: beingof in
they are earnest in the hats.
matter. State
', ;: 'i the local] elections held there ]last week, seven metal and 1 of wood, and 1 life-ratt. The
: .\; lots to their destination at the port of pride should prompt them to give this evi- In 1733 the famous molasses] act was
. steamship finished
-J I counties which in contest since throughout in the
shipment or to the Western cities. This every and the sooner they do so the sooner
; requires
most laborate manner. Her staterooms are passed, imposing a duty on sugar, molasses
; : : i the cooperation of shippers. If they has been prominent in politics have givenhis perfect models, and the beds neat and invit- advantages they will realize to be and derived appreciate from their the great emi- and rum imported into any of the British

J insist on sending a few crates to half dozen party majorities, have gone Democratic. i !
a ng.Th facilities nently wise and commendable action. possessions from any foreign colony. See
shipping fruits and
1 'r't ,1 different. places on the same day, we do not FOREIGN. tables by either the State of Texas or the vege-City Fernandina, being the Atlantic terminusof McCabe's Centennial History of the United

t'I ;t: ;) see how delays can be avoided. Shippers War between France and China is immi of Sab Antonio, one of which leaves Fernan- through railroad connections with the States, pages 390-1-2.
1-: ':w. ',,: should combine and load full cars. This will 1 nent. dina fur New York every Thursday, are unexcelled ,, and has possessing a grand unequaled future. This harbor great facilities The acts of 1751 required the American

> '',''. enable close connections to be made, and I In twenty-nine months the population of Fruits and by any other line of steamers. Southern trans-continental railroad line i is colonies to ship all their articles of merchandise -
:: 'j ; vegetables
: .. :, shipped by them
j '' save much trouble to the railroad transfer Berlin has increased open for business at all seasons. No snowstorms -
'1 80,000. reach: New York 24 hours sooner than i if blockade its English ships, and to pur-
track in
::., : people. The Ouban sugar crop this year is esti- sent iia'|! the Savannah route, and as rapid With all these promising advantages the winter.may chase all their woolen and other manufactured -

1. ': :'r a ':' Truck-farming is very profitable when the mated at 452,000 tons ; 25 per cent less than transportation with ;the shipper is ,one this of advantage the main will objects be we not hope, a few years hence, to see i in articles in England. "The people of

:, 7 I't ; season suits, and may be considered as well 1 that of last year. readily seen and appreciated by gardenersand Fernandina's broad, deep and safe harbor the colonies were for free trade and had de-
,1 + I
""- established in Florida.] rnit-gro\vers. Careful handling and various cared] that all nations should have free liberty -
The Czar of all the
i! was r
; !: ;" It may be safely predicted that in every perfect; ventilation in shipping are also essential European ports? "So mote it be." to come into their ports and vend their
with imposing ceremonies at Moscow
J : part of Florida a section of country lying on .. .to making_. .the, cultivation.. of- early articles without any restraint." See Pit-
Sunday last. No disturbances of vegetQoies proniaoie to the
kind irucK-iarmer.
... ,: : ten miles on each side of a railway will support occurred. any Both {iof these are assured by the Mallory "A Word to the Wise is Sufficient." kin's Political History of the United States,

*, '-"', the railroad. Line steamers. Special care is taken in To the Fruit and Vegetable Growers of Florida: Vol. I., from page 85 to 106.

.r."' '. :; .. -- With the exception of a small number of handling them. The arrangement of the Having been appointed by the truckgrowers Does the above look like free trade is of

I. \.. ; ,'; ":, ".- RAILROAD LAND GRANTS. 100-franc pieces, no gold whatever was State 4f'}[ Texas is such that it is an easy mat- along the Florida Transit and Florida British and
origin American? It
f' ter fo$ her to carry 50,000 crates. After thealleyvays
,,. We published in our issue of the 19th the coined at the Paris mint during the wholeof | of the main deck are filled, the Southern Railroad, to accompany their shipments is entirely the reverse. Free trade was ,

full text of the opinion and decision of the last year.Michael vegetables can be stored in the between- of vegetable, etc., to New York, by C. strongly implanted in the hearts of the first

; t' ,. Supreme Court of the United States in the : Fagan, who was convicted of the deck that ?jvhich is provided with dead lights, so H. Mallory's steamship' City of San Antonio, settlers of this continent, while the British
thorough is
i'+ + ; of Knewell in reference murder of Under An May 18, 1883, and having carefully watched
: case to the force Secretary Burke, in Phoenix exceedingly liberal offer is made by the line government did everything in their powerto

.- : ..:;- and effect of the laws of the United States Park, was hanged at Kilmainham jail, to market gardeners. They offer to furnisha i goods from shipment to delivery, we fully prevent it.

t M c .:. '- governing land grants. The headnotes of Dublin, on Monday. representative with free passage to and indorse what is claimed for the Malloryline Free trade gives a man the right to trade

.;r f' ;, that decision were as follows : from yew York, and pay all his hotel bills I viz. : quick despatch, prompt delivery,
:+ .. ', : Unusually heavy rains washed away four while there, in order that he may go along] where he chooses; to import his manufac-
;:; } I 1. The grant by the act of Congress of July bridges on the Mexican Central Railway. A and se for himself that safe, speedy and and careful handling.By tured and other articles] if he prefers, with-
3 \.1' ,1 23, 1800, of certain lands to Kansas for the train into the first careful transportation is furnished for their this line the utmost care is taken to
." ". benefit of the St. Joseph & Denver Railroad ran washout and the en- products. out paying an enormous sum for the privi-

4 '.-" ,. was a grant in prcsenti, operating as gineer was killed. Traffic between Leon : protect shipments by proper stowage on lege of doing so. It is a part of his birth-

F.. .' ." soon as the route of the road was definitely and Lazos will be suspended for five days. From iiie? Tallahassee Floridian : board ship, and on arrival at New York right as a free man. He is not free without

t 'tk ',,<;; ., fixed by relation to the date of the act, There is not a safer or better harbor on every effort is made to facilitate delivery, it. Every should have the to
Cuba is right
: :r..' '' and thereby cutting off the right of preemption suffering severely from drought.A the Atiantic coast than Florida's s seaport- and in every way to accommodate patrons. person

i -'j' t' ,/, ,' from subsequent settlers. letter recently received in New York from Ferna dina. Possessing such a harbor Flo- The entire of the San exchange his articles, honestly earned, with
cargo City of Antoniowas
2. The route of the road was definitely fixed Havana, dated May 19th, contains the fol- ridian ought to manifest some State pride I anyone and every one of his fellowbeingsunder

within the meaning of the act when the lowing: "The month of May in the:matter. Messrs. C. H. Mallory & Co. delivered within four hours after arrivalat the sun. To tax him for the exerciseof

company filed with the Secretary of the generally have t?vo elegant steamers plying between New York, and all in the finest condition.We this natural right is arbitrary and unjust.To .
i I Interior a map of its lines, approved by opens the rainy season, with a very abundant Fernaiidina and New York, makinga week- earnestly advise all growers to ship via

its directors, designating the route of the rainfall, which, during this month, is ly line| one vessel sailing from the former the Mallory Line convinced prohibit him from doing so is monarchical -
.. port Their as we are, thatit ] and tyrannical. It is taking
proposed road. thought to be indispensable for the growingcrop every Thursday evening. steamers ,

11 .. ; 3. After such fixing of the line all subsequent consequently the drought now arefswift, and specially adapted to the is the best. Respectfully, away his natural rights and depriving him
preva- comfont of
and the safe
: patents conferred no right, even lent passengers transpor- W. P. SHETTLEWORTH, of the liberty to buy and sell where he
over a great part of the island tation 5of
: perishable vegetables fruits
:, though the did
Secretary not withdraw of Evinston Fla.J. .
+ : the lands from market. prove to be disastrous. It is so great at Cai- and oher freights, and, all things being pleases. Then we may conclude that the

'r:;,;,,:. .j.. 4. Any alleged forfeiture of the conditions barien that a demijohn of water for drink- equal, &onld be patronized by Floridians B. DILL, Tribune is the only American paper in favor

iiA ?b' '. ,.\ of the grant can be raised only] by the ing is sold in town for 15 cents." in preference to any other line. The com- of Arredondo, Fla. of an arbitrary or monarchical government.H. .

x f-i.. ;': .-- pany i$endorsed and recommended by lead- New York, May 24,1883, C. RIPPEY.
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THE ST. MAltYS 11IVER SECTION points in Florida. No place south of New R BOARD. f'!'" : .

AND FERNANDINA. York offers a more desirable place for a win- DESIRING TO FIND SUM-

.- ter residence than St. Marys. During the PERSONS in\he up-country can secure
ITS ADVANTAGES IN SOIL, CLIMATE, PRICE OF pleasant quarters fit Mount Eagle, Tennessee ,
winter months the range of the thermometer ) J & T.
LANDS, AND CHEAP TRANSPORTATION. is the same as at Palatka, Florida, but in ,by addressing Theflocation[RS. H. B. KELLS, Mount "c :i
sections in the South and none that Eagle, Tenn. on the plateauof
Few ,
summer, owing to its proximity to the At- the Cumberland Mountain,and cool :--\ .
with in Florida will bet- very Corner of Centre and Third Streets. .
we are acquainted lantic ocean, the temperature at St. Marys is and refreshing. ,

ter repay the tourist in search of the beau- some ten degrees cooler. (See United States Board $25 to $30 per month, in a pleasant

tiful,or the settler in search of a home, than Government returns.) It is surrounded with family.the Daily location communication>f the University with of Sewa-the (
nee, ,
that known as the St. Mary's river. Takingits pine forests, magnolia, and groves of live- South. f 28 -I| SPRING GOODS -i f"|:

rise in the plateau of the Okefinokee,and
oak, while in its gardens may be seen orange _
volume this noble riverin BRICK!
acquiring BRICK!
rapidly and lemon trees, bananas, pomegranates, -

many respects one of the most remark- apricots, figs, nectarines, Japan plums, native OLIVER GOOIWIN & A. J. HIGGIN- Now in Stock andarriving by every Steamer for all Departments,
able in the South-pours its stately flood, and foreign grapes, strawberries and all :\ hiyve now a BRICKYARDat
unimpeded by rock or shoal, with a chan- the 18-mile pos on the Transit Railroad.
kinds of vegetables, which are produced Price'$8.00 per 1,00, delivered on the cars. N frinh ri f ci1 iIRa hUns
nel in many places from thirty to forty feet continuously throughout the year. One thousand of these Brick will go as far w &m s r a, :, unUnga JOUR

in depth, and navigable for upwards of sev- Repeated testimony has been borne to its as 1,300 Northern }]rick. / / 7

enty miles, into the broad bosom of the At- singularly beautiful and revivifying climate. Brick now on h nd. Address AND NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS. :

lantic at Fernandina. Saw-mills are found Among the most recent and important is 28 A. J." HIGGINBOTHAM Italia Fla.,
along its banks, utilizing the magnificentforests that of the eminent Dr.Samuel Thayer, dean sIn CLOTHING DEPARTMENT

of yellow pine which stretch for of the University of Vermont, consulting the Circuit Court, Fourth Ju- .

miles on either hand, enriching the lumbermen physician to the Government, and for many dicial Circuit Florida. Is now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS,
and vessels drawing from sixteen to of and sani-
director-general hospitals
The Latsst from Low-Priced to Fine Goods.
bear their valuable Styles
of water
eighteen feet tariums during the war, who visited St. Partners as Fred W. Hoyt & Co., r

cargoes to all parts of the world. Marys on his official tours, and who writesas 'T versus s
broad and shallow St. Johns- R. D. FOX and Sf L. BURNS; Partners
Unlike the follows: as A new Stock Just received andPRICES. '
Fox & Burns. Boots and Shoes
whose scenery, and the great disappointment "It affords me much pleasure to refer to offered at VERY LOW .
felt by so many on visiting it, has St. Mary's Ga., as a place of health resort, UNDER AND!BY VIRTUE OF AN
the Fourth
issued in Judicial
possessing more of all the requisites of a
described by Professor Stelle-
been so truly Florida
climate Circuit, in and-for Nassau'County, A and well-assorted
desirable for invalids than other large Stock
the St. Marys river affords a series of the place I visited during travels any throughthe ,'in a suit wherein Fred W.- Hoyt and SPRING I HATS
most charming woodland and river sceneryto Southern States in the my winter of 187980.It W. O. Jeffreys are plaintiffs and R. D. Fox for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS, ,
and S. L. Burns art defendants I have lev-
is to meet the wantsof
South. Vast forests of particularly adapted
be found in the IN NEW AND NOBBY STYLES.Order .
a large class of invalids, who desire rest ied upon and will &ell at public auction, in
live-oak, yellow pine, magnolia, red bay, from the busy cares of life and retirement front of the Court-House in the city of Fer-

and many other valuable as well as orna- from scenes of bustle and excitement. Sur- nandina, on the first Monday of July, 1883, $Sf BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save rt'w
with rounded it is three sides tide- being the second clay of said month, all of '
mental trees, clothe its banks varying as upon by trouble, time and expense.
Section 27 Township 3 North 26
water broad well-shaded streets
possessing ,
shades of green; the orange,lemon and gar- seventeen of which extend to the water's I East-648 acres; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, E. i of 3S9* We are Agents for DEVLIN & CO., leading Clothiers of

denia perfume the balmy air with their deli- edge, and six others which, crossing them I! S.W. i Sec. 35, T. =3 N., K. 25 E.-495 acres; New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail
while in the azaleas W. i S.E. J Sec. S$3$ T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-495
cious fragrance; spring at right angles, lead into a forest of vast
receive and careful attention. orders will be filled
prompt Special by our
wild flowers extent and at so of the street cross- acres: N. i S.W. i Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 25 E.-
and thousand many
yellow jessamine, a ings there are wells of excellent drinking 483 acres; S. i Sec.lO: T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-320 resident New York buyer.
"deck the bank's green side," and, mirrored water which percolates a gravelly soil, the acres; E. i (except! 50 acres) in S.E. corner

i in the clear, deep waters, form a picture kind of soil best adapted for a healthy vil- of Sec. 21, T. 3 N., |H. 26 E. Levied upon as J" c -r.YJC: :
i never to be forgotten. lage site. The equable mild temperature, the property of Foe! & Burns, to satisfy said c ,

t, All these varying charms are brought the the interesting good hotel surrounding accommodations,pleasant, added drives to, judgment suit. Terms, together cash lUrchaser}!with interest paying and for cost title.J. of. New York Office, 83 Walker Street, FE0ASDL\A, FLORIDA.

within the easy view of the tourist, as the sporting and excursion:: facilities, combine to & ELLERMANN, ,

river, though clear and deep, flows between make it the most desirable place for those sheriff Nassau County.
who seek Southern winter residence either Fernandina, Fla June 1, 1883.Commissioner's .
banks within hail of each other, and not a .

as on the St. Johns, where a series of shoal for health or recreation."
lakes, in some places affording pasturage for In conclusion, we would cordially invite RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
and welcome settlers to this section. The VIRTUE Of AN ORDER OF THE .
cattle for miles, and in summer covered BY H. J. ':Baker of
foregoing independent testimony ought to Hon. County Judge
with decaying vegetable matter, intervene Nassau County, Florida{ I will sell to the MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIPFLORIDAANDNEW LINE i
with those to locate
weigh seriously wishing of the CourtHousedoor
between the deck of the steamer and the highest bidder, in front
distant shores. (See Professor Stelle's highly South; and we put that consideration first, of Nassau County,on the first Mondayin _
as we hold it ought to be. July, A. D. 1883 the following real estate
humorous description of "Mandarin and belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Brad-
Next, as to price of lands, we can as yet YORK.THE y
the residence of Mrs. Beecher Stowe, as seen dock, deceased, situate, lying and being in .
from the deck of a St. Johns steamer.") compare most favorably with any section. I the county of Nassau and State of Florida,
speak with some experience and a choice of described as follows: Forty acres of the
the St. river is now
Interesting as Marys ,
some 50,000 to 00,000 acres, and have no hesitation Francis Wood GraiH, which said forty acres
whether to the tourist, settler, or botanist, are bounded on the East by Section fifteen
in that the is
the time is rapidly approaching when its saying proportion as ((15)), and on the Nqrth by lands of the Flor-

wonderful capabilities will be developed to ten to one in favor of purchase here rather ida Railroad Company, and on the West by $:
than in certain highly advertised purewhitesand the main run of Siimmerlin; branch ; all in I
their utmost. The fact that the Government
districts further south. Section forty-two (42)|( ), Township two ((2)),
has selected it as the eastern terminus of the North of Range twpnty-five ((25)) East.

Mississippi and Atlantic canal (now about All fruits and vegetables capable of being Sold for distribution. Purchaser to pay = = =_- -_ -
raised with profit are available here as wellas for titles. i -
being commenced) has already caused inquiries -
in the of Palatka ; J. A. EDWARDS,
neighborhood or even ,
to be made as to the price of lands alongits I Commissioner. -s -
further South while in
the matter of
banks and in its vicinity; while its won- ; cheap Fernandina, Fla|: June 1, 1883. -
and direct transportation, this section, with k
derful adaptability for ship-building purposes -
the facilities afforded at Fernan-
will doubtless attract capital in con- -

nection with that industry-speaking of dina, unquestionably possesses greater advantages LARGE OR :{SMALL QUANTITIES, 1!,
than other in Florida. IN
which, and the successful launching of a any at shC rt notice, and

steamer built at St. Marys, and the fact that Truck farmers, fruit growers, vineyardists, FINE STEAMSHIPS
do well here in boast- AT REASONABLE PRICES.
can as as many more
during the nine months occupied in its con- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1,080 T<)NS.
struction no workman had lost one day Along the river, and at St. Marys, are ad- 27 1{ 0. S. OAKES. STATE OF TEXAS, 1,54,3 TONS.

from bad health, a Government inspectorgave mirable sites for lumber mills, ship yards, CARONDELET, 1,ios TONS.

it as his opinion, that "in all his experience cotton factories, paper mills (the supply of REJIOVAL.R. "'\VESTERN TEXAS, 1,210

of the coast, from Maine to Pensacola, he palmetto being both convenient and practi- L. C. A. LANGE, UPHOLSTERER, ,
cally inexhaustible), and in fact any indus etc., begs to inform his customers that
such site
knew of no favorable for shijy-building South and
suitable fort of
try capable '
he has removed his place of business from
! as the St. Mary's river.11 being prosecuted in the most delicious cli- Centre Street to FIFTH STREET, next doorto ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. t

The singular purity of the water, and its mate known on our continent, can be estab- the residence of Mr. Patrick Kelly.
lished under the most favorable conditionsfor
admirable keeping properties, found so valuable Thanking the public for past patronage,

to sea-going vessels, has also attractedthe success. ALEX. CURTIS. he solicits a continuance of the same. 27 of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEIINANDINA FOR NEW YORK

attention of Government and formed the St. Marys, Ga., May, 1883. ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-

subject of highly favorable reports, which JUST RECEIVED. sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
Livery Stable at a Bargain.I A This Line, having no Transfers between Fernauclina and New
point to the removal of the Navy Yard from LARGE SUPPLY OF
Pensacola to the salubrious sites of offer at a bargain my entire establish- York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
ment in this city, consisting of Carriages, FINE ASP CHEAP MILLINERY, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
I Fernandina or St. Marys. Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
Highly important jetty works, under the Horses, Harness, etc.- Leghorn and Straw Hats, Feathers, ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
Terms of purchase, CASH. Flowers, Satins, Laces' and Sun-Bonnets, at & JACKSONVILLE RAIL- )
directions of General Gillmore, are also in connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA
G. F. AVERY. KING'S FANCY NOTION AND ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
on the bar at the mouth of the St.
progress Office and Stable-First Street Broom '
Marys, by the construction of which it is Street Wharf. 46 RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the ;

intended to increase the depth of the channel 28 Centre and Fourth Streets. PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
Strawberries and Vegetables.Fresh ,
from 18 to 2G or 27 feet, and by so doing LAKE WEIR.
vegetable sand strawberries received HO FORTIIE BEACH,
render this already commodious roadsteadone daily at MRS. FLETCHE$S. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
of the finest harbors of refuge on the A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe
AND freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
Atlantic coast, and suitable for the enor-
R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, .
three elegant Omnibuses of McGinn
mous traffic about being diverted to it by
& Rawsou can be secured for private partieson FERNANDINA FLORIDA.C. .
the opening of the Mississippi and Atlantic gOY4w very reasonable terms,at any hour,either H. MALLORY & CO., '

canal. day or night. i Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- a

' Thus, if the advantages of a great river, 26 McGINNIS & RAWSON.E. .4

. navigable for many miles by ocean ships ,
; and TO
steamers, affording the cheapest meansof ROYAL 1W

transportation for the settler with a b [LYIlu HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, G

health record unsurpassed by any section of The success which we have attained in the introduction of our ,
the South-with lands more suitable for the Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua,

culture of semi-tropical fruits, vineyards, u FERNANDINA, FLA. Brand Powderhas
and truck farming, than any with whichwe Virgin Baking

are acquainted, yet purchasable now at Calls answered promptly day or night,and

less than half the price of many an isolated Medicine furnished without extra charge. far exceeded expectations and now that we are entering upon the third year
Office hours :-a./m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2 by our ;
pine-barren elsewhere-if these be desirable, ; I and 7 to 8. 22 ly* of its sale we see before us a bright future and an increased demand for this,
Fernandina and St. :Marys can offer induce-

ments to settlers such as are not to be foundin O ATENTS obtained for new inventions

any other section ; while the opening of \ or for improvements in old ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
ones. Caveats, Infringements; TradeMarksand
the great canal from Mississippi to the G
all patent business promptly attendedto. To dwell its merits would be unnecessary on our part, for those who have
Atlantic, pouring the treasures of the largest INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN upon
commerce in the Union-the products of 4KI REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- once used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms.

ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- BRAND BAKING POWDER and
twenty-two States and Territories, and valued We are the originators of the VIRGIN ,
ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
already at hundreds of millionsalongits NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that

shores to the wharves and warehouses at ents in less time than those who are remote THE BEST. To this standard quality we shall continue to keep it. A Teaspoonful -

these "twin cities by the sea," indicates that POWDERAbsolutely from Washington. of the VIRGIN BRAND suffices for a full quart of well-sifted
When Inventors send model or sketch, 1
Fernandina, St. :Marys and this section havea we make search in the Patent Office and Flour, where at least double that quantity would required of inferior brands. .

future unrivaled in our Union, and fully Pure. advise as to its patentability free of charge

bearing out their forecast in the recent edito- Correspondence confidential; fees reason- A TRIAL ORDER IS SOLICITED.45Ask .
rial of the New York Sun.
varies. A marvel .
St. Marys-next to St. Augustine the old- THIS purity,strength and wholesomeness.More refer by permission to the City Post- : your Grocer for the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING : -

est city in the South-is beautifully situatedon economical than the ordinary kinds, master, and to the Superintendent of the rOAVJ>EIl, and take no other. ;,
Fer- and cannot be sold in competition with the PostOfficeIoney Order Division in Washington -
the river
great St. Marys opposite
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or For special: references,circular,ser S. GUCItENHEEMER & SON,
nandina, Florida, and on the direct line phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. vice, terms, etc., address -
of inland navigation from Savannah and ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., :C. A. SNOW & CO., SAVA.NNAII, GA.

the North to the St. John's river and all 33 lOG Wall Street, New York. Opp.Patent Office. Washington,D.O. 2tf 1 ANGEL & FBIEND, Agents, Fernandina,


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).' ""j AGRICULTURAL. put in the potatoes, boil up once and serve THE FAIRMOUNT COLLEGEFOR I Professional and Business Cards. t

jiii /" VALUE OF THE PUMPKIN The value of the hot.CAPER SAUCE.-Mix three ounces of butter

:,;.'ii .:* pumpkin for stock feeding purposes is not with tablespoon of flour, salt, chopped YOUNGLADIES.. WM. B. C. DURYEE,

; as well understood or appreciated as it parsley half pint of boiling water; boil up,
i. '4); .. should be. Not only are pumpkins exceedingly and if too thick thin with water or, still GENERAL COMMISSION: MERCHANT,
,, j nutritious but their mechanical value HIS INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT
l' "f better, with a little caper 'vinegar; add as T KENDALL'SSPAVIN
l ,:, f1 1 as a green food for stock in winter renders Us desired. CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT,
.21 ,,' : them one of the most important aids to the many capers .. MOUNT EAGLE, TENN., CURE
M ( ;!* VK-: farmer whether in raising stock or in increasing VEAL CUTLETS.-Beat the cutlet, takeout FERNANDINA FLA.
;1 <':- I the products of the dairy. As a the bone season with pepper and salt on i on the plateau of the Cumberland :Mountains -
4. p: food for milch cows in early. winter we have each side, rub over it some salad oil, and a few miles from the University of the Hay, Corn, Oats
..1 ; 1 "-1 never yet found anything as good, whether broil for eight minutes. If desired breaded, South. The location presents unequaled ad-
'! I ( ,4 l:r for keeping up the flow of milk or imparting after rubbing with oil, roll the cutlets in :' vantages for health, being on the mountainand JAMES McGIFFIN, I
If'1 1.1 .I;: richness of color and flavor to the butter, bread or cracker"crumbs and fry in butter. I' free from all malaria or liability to con- :
I' ,\a J) as pumpkins chopped up and sprinkled They can be served with tomato sauce or tagious diseases.All CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER <:::: ---- -- --
t:' .1 ; I with meal. They are as easily raised as corn, mushrooms, through their own gravy. the branches usually) pursued in J..
f I, W even if planted by themselves, but to have PREPAR.TIOS'FOR STARCHISG.-Put two French Seminaries are taught, inclusive of Alachua Street between Second and Third MOST
,\ '!'''t ;; an ample supply for his cows till midwinter ounces of gum arabic in a pitcher, pour Modern Languages. THE discovered SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
t I r.t.I. all the farmer has to do is to drop a seed or over it onepint of boiling water, cover well Music is made a specialty under MADAME FERNANDINA, FLA. effects and does as it is certain in its
Orders and not blister.
:r .. : t : '.-t! two in every alternate hill at the time of for one day. Pour off the water carefully, DEB ARRY, a teacher of very high reputa attended estimates from a distance care- BELOW. READ PROOF
K* < '" J f':,. planting his corn. In this way we have free from the drugs and cover. Put one tion, whose testimonials are from the first fully to. 25-tf
i '.', 1 '..\ known as many as fifty or sixty wagon teaspoonful in a pint of starch made in the musical professors from abroad and in this
I : .t:% loads to be grown in asingle cornfield without usual way, and it will give a fine gloss to country.The O. S. OAKES, Saved Him 180000.
t""l. .,;' l any diminution in the yield of corn. It the linen. charges of this school are moderate.For .
'\ :-,.' fi:. may be well to notice, right here one or two terms, and circulars address CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ADAMS N. Y., January 30, 1882
; .I 'If' of the objections which are sometimes urged The Art Amateur for June contains the SILAS B. McBEE, Principal. Dr.GENTS B. J. Kendall & Co.:
4..j ; ,.; s against pumpkins as a food for milch cows. References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq. Fer- MANUFACTURES -Having used a good deal of YOur
l usual profusion of for Kendall's
charming designs Spavin Cure with
+ :, ?, One is that the seeds from their diuretic nandina ; Dr. H. Robinson, Jacksonville DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF great success I
n;: ,' fe':.":' effect upon the kidneys have a tendency to china painting, including pansies for a Rev. A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24 ; ALL SIZES. done thought for I would let you know what it has

r-I ', '': lessen the flow of milk. Now even if this : placque cherry blossoms for a panel, honey- Post Office Box 174. colt me. Two years ago I had as speedy
: I: : were so (which it is not), it is a fault a as was ever raised in Jefferson county
suckle for and columbine for des-
a vase, a jan4 Fernandina Fla When I
: was breaking him he '
,f. fl: : easily remedied by feeding the seed to the kicked over
,t., :' ::'kri' hogs. So much for that objection. Another sert plate. Some South Kensington borders the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his ..

.,. '.', '! : objection is that the pumpkin takes from : and a quaint chasuable ornament are pro- LOUIS A. C. LANGE, hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best

I "dr,': \ the soil nutriment which would otherwise : vided for needleworkers ; there are over HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS farriers but they all said he was spoiled
i\: ::l : go to the corn. But this objection is equally UPHOLSTERER. He had a very large thorough-pin, and j
:.' :; groundless from the fact that the pumpkin twenty monograms, about forty designs for IAKER. used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin I
t jewellers' use, and a of capital borders Foot of Centre Street, Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off
L:, ; t l from its small roots, draws its nutrition : page c
1 t ,i I .f.N. ,, from but one hill while the roots of the from the Cincinnati School of Design to accompany We invite your attention to our FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
: :,: .: corn take a much wider range and run in the second of the lessons in "Wood Furniture repaired in the best manner. used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, and
P: > t .::1t: all directions in search of food, and thus it i i Hair :Mattresses made to order at short it has always cured completely and left the
; f' is that the corn in those hills that grow the Carving for Amateurs. Special attractive Crockery 1 Glassware, notice. 36 leg smooth.It .
I :: 1 pumpkins is always found to be as good as articles are those on Etretat," with eight is a splendid medicine for rheumatism
c ;,. in other of the field. Moreover W. K. BAUKNIGIIT I have recommended it to a good many, and
part illustrations
( : any pleasing by Henry Bacon and ,
,,, '' the broad leavesofthepumpkin are evidence and offer our Goods in these lines as low as they all say it does the work. I was in With-

1.. '::, that a great portion of its nutriment is on "John La Farge, Artist and Decorator," the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of AGENT, erington Kneeland's drug store, in Adams,
with illustrations of his work in mural WHOLESALE AND RETAIL the other day, and
'r. :c t drawn from the atmosphere and as corn requires saw a very fine picture
1 moisture as well as heat to bring it to painting and stained glass, the latter from very latest designs; beautiful Tea. Sets, BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, you sent them. I tried to huy it, but could
-- the broad leaves of the ANDDealer not; they said if I would write to that
4 perfection, pumpkin, Dinner you
the Vanderbilt houses. Other important Sets, tamps, etc., etc.; Tin would
r by shading the ground from the drying in Ice you send me one. I wish you would,
topics interestingly treated, are the Paris Chamber Sets all colors Wooden- and I will do all the I
'. .' effects of the summers sun, secure it that ; TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY you good can.
l Salon, recent London modern Very respectfully. E. S. LYM. .
: very thing by preventing its escape through exhibitions
of all kinds; and Housekeeping BROOM STREET WHARF,
t ::'f : evaporation. Should it be preferred, however pottery at Bethnal Green, sketching from
,1 t to them themselves the best Utensils generally. 19-tf FERNANDINA FLA.
,1'S grow by Kendall's
in Cure.

nature oil flower painting and chalk Spavin
place for them is a good rich clover sod at
f.. : the base of a hill, the same to be broken up and crayon drawing with striking illustra- FRED W. IIOYTT & CO. DR. 1''. E. SNYDER, O3T HUMAN FLESH.:
pretty deep and laid off in checks some ten tions by :Millet and others. J. C. Beckwithhas
or twelve feet apart each way, and after depositing a clever charcoal sketch of a pretty and 8 o VEVAY, IND., August 12,1881.
( } ; 1 in each check a shovelful or two of Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
t, '. f" well-rotted barnyard or hog-pen manure, piquant damsel, and there are some pleas- HID ;;. e GENTS-Sample of circulars received today -

? ,. 9: ] ", and incorporating the same well into as ing designs of cupids and children, and 8 = Please send me some with my imprint,
t' "' much of the surrounding earth as will form eight interesting examples of last century BOOTS AND SHOES. ) printed on one side only. The Kenda;l's

la a good-sized hill, to plant therein three ort miniatures by Cosway and others. The cor- t:2Z .=., Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with tw,
1 'S ; four seed, the plants to be afterward thinned W -... and not only for animals but for human
l, 1 out to two in each hill, and cultivated the respondence columns and "My Note-Book" TIIE NEW STORED t:2 ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the

f:; \ same as corn. In this way the quantity that are specially full and valuable, and the ? leading farmers in our county, sprained an
i.: can be raised on a single acre of ground is number in general is a worthy beginning of ankle and knowing the value of the
t r It truly surprising many of the specimens :s 1 W. F. WOOD, Jr., Ij I- SC FIRST-CLASS; 20 years' remedy for horses,tried it on himself: and it
., The Art Amateur's fifth year. Price,35 cents ; OPERATIONS did far better than he had
t ', ; weighing from thirty to fifty pounds and charges reasonable. Sets expected;; cured I
f ;, r\ over.-Baltimore Sun. per annum, $4. Montague Marks, publisher > j Proprietor, }} :mC of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and the sprain in very short order. ,I
23 Union Square, New York. every set warranted to fit or money refunded. Yours respectfully, C. O. THIEBAXD.

..F '. GROWING ONION SEED AND SETS. Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for$.3.U
; ':'j' A matter of the first importance in Physicians prescribe Brown's Iron Bittersfor > C> made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand druggists have it or can get it for yon, or it

;; v either onion seed or sets is to have growing good indigestion, weakness, low spirits, etc. advice free, and willingly given. 10 will be sent to any address on receipt of

:t*'#I : seed to start with. In order to insure this, .111 :H: price by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL -
& CO.
;5' t care should be taken that the parent onions Post-Office Notice. DRUGS MEDICINES Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
.. Send for Illustrated
11 are of the finest and most vigorous:: speci Office Hours-From 8:00: A. M. to 7:00: p. M.
The soil which the seed IS S Sold by all Druggists.
I ; mens. on to grow Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30: A. M.
1 :: from these need not be very rich, only so ANDFernandina DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER.
,;' I. that it is a clay and loam, and has thoroughly Money Orders and Registered Letters from

incorporated therewith a goodly 9:00: A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00: p. M. S Sr PALMER BRO'S, --STOVES- TIN-WARE, ETC...
-- --
t .:: '1 quantity of well-rotted manure, accompanied to 4:00: P. M.ARRIVAL. -- ---
I : with little of W. P. STREETY
a sprinkling phosphate. +
: -
r AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. :s: -+ tiirtFf/ + / / -.-
: :.. r In setting out these seed onions, there is a ; Second
t" t. diversity of opinion between ridge and level Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday) PHARMA I T Street, opposite the Post-Office,

; 1 :'. culture, but the better opinion seems to be Arrives................ 5:50: p. M. and 6:05: p. M. FERNANDINA
'a :: to form the ridges as the onions are being Closes.................... 7:30: A. M. and 9:30: A. M. -4, FLA.
; 1 worked." The rows should be two feet Transit & Peninsular Railroad 5K
+ '.' 1'' 4 apart and the onion bulbs set six inches Arrives...................................... 5:50 p. )[. [} E:: Centre Street, near Depot,

: J apart in the row. It is then very necessary Closes......................................... 7:30 A. M.
: that the onions should be well cultivated Jacksonville, South and West Florida- Cor. Centre & Third.
; ', i and kept clean until the seed begins to Arrives................... 9:00: A. M. and 6:05: p. M. yi
's S ,' \ 11 S ripen which is best known as soon as the Closes .................... 9:30: A. M. and 5:30: p. M. 1'
ti''. t, .- tops l begin showing yellow color, when Arrives Sunday..... 10:25: A. M. .fr2iTIlE NEW STORE.-t ABSOLUTELY PURE
',' i 4 54 immediate attention is then required.! The Closes Sunday........ 4:00: p. M.
', : ;'; tops are then to be cut off a few inches below ,d
5" ', : the head and thoroughly dried for St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mail- DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED ', d' yG ,
; .: ::' thrashing. The best way of doing this is to Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. 41
i i. '- ; 1;' I provide a sheet of cotton cloth some ten or Closes :Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. IBLEY'OEED DRUGS AND CHEMICALS ., ,.
St. Mary's and Dungeness-
t' :. twelve feet square in the centre of whichplace ,
'r : the heads. Then after beating them Arrives:Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.

;11 at I I 1 1 with a light rod until well pulverized, the "" Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. Standard Patent Medicines,
.' : I: seed may be separated from the chaff by Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00: A. M.
1 '.i ', : \ either running them through a common Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
:..' I ;" I wheat fan or oy throwing the whole in a Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30: p. M. OF ALL PLANTS, FOR'ALL CROPS, -I| Fancy TOILET Articles |-
: (' tub of water and thoroughly stirring the SAML. T. RIDDELL P. :M. FOR ALL CLIMATES.We ,
1 !', 't same. The good seed will then sink to the are the largest farmers largest seed growers STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.
Masonic. .:;,d largest seed dealer anywhere; hence
", a i bottom while the light and imperfect seed, Liro greatest;facilities for producing Best Seeds PERFUMERY, TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
; S as well as the chaff, will rise!: to the surface. Regular communications of Amelia LodgeNo. JL'.l: our See S :. This latter operation had better be performed 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 : Oor: -dnnuaiCalalogue and Price Litt brings THE LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc. ROOFING AXD GUTTERING,
t. S on a hot, sunshiny day, in order the January 22. July 16. GREATEST SEED STORE IN THE
.. more thoroughly and effectually) to dry the February 19. August 13. WORLD TO YOUR OWN DOOR. It In- PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.

., j seed as soon as possible or there is great March 19. September 10. eludes Flower all the Vegetable desirable, Field new and and standard Tree Seeds varietiesof and &f Especial and careful attention paidto A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea

I ] \.. danger of prolonged moisture destroying April 16. October 15. Plants. Sent FREE to any address. PHYSICIANS'' PRESCRIPTIONS, by call, and compare my prices with those of

j. :" ,..: '':. the germ. This is best done by stretching a May 21. November 12. HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. Seedsmen an experienced Druggist.MR. other houses, here or elsewhere.
; cotton sheet on a light frame, so.that the June 18. December 10. Rochester,N.T.and Chicago,III. -MR. RABB the Manager will
\ ': I S .' seed can be well shaken at short intervals December 27. sleep
; 1'< ...' .. until thoroughly dry. The seed should then At 7:60: p. m. -Visiting- brethren fraternally-- over the store and will respond to all callsat

I t',.,' "... '. be placed in paper sacks and hung up out invited to attend. AN ORDINANCEEntitled night. 51
,j ls,:: .1 the way of the mice. Having said this J. E. WANDELL, W. M, THE FLORIDA

\',.' .. : much in regard to growing the seed we C. H. BERG, Secretary. an Ordinance to Carryon ESTAllLISIIED 187 ;.
'" ": I 't" shall now proceed to give the best mode ofraising a more General System of T
t' '. > the sets : Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M.: holds its Vaccination within the City of --
: {/ ,,f / To raise the strongest and healthiest sets regular vocations on the Wednesday following Fernandina.

': :.} .:f :: for garden purposes, the ground should be each regular communication of Ame- Be it ordained,first, That in order to havea DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES Fcrnaudina,
,. .':" -'j',, well broken up and! pulverized as early in lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. thorough enrollment of inhabitantof
t ,;' the spring asjpossible, and have a good top- Transient invitedto every Towns
1 .8' companions fraternally the city of Fernandina, the city shall, for on R. R. Line.
:' : :, dressing of the oldest and strongest manure attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P. the purpose of making such enrollment, be
t : i".. to be had, the same to be well harrowed, or W. A. JONES, Secretary. divided into four districts for each of which & CO., And Cedar Key.
.:: raked in effectually with strong iron-tooth
there shall be appointed by Council a com-
\ ., rake making the surface as fine as possible.
Knights of Honor. petent to make an enrollment according -
I ,It '!, Then layoff the rows a foot apart which person
; ; -" for field culture, is best done by a three- Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K..of H., to blanks furnished them by Council =I PHARMACISTS 1=
: +. tooth marker, made for the purpose, or if meets the first and third Tuesday nights in setting forth the name and residence of Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
each family in his district the number of
at 8 o'clock.G. ,
: month
x for garden culture, by stretching a line and every
: A.
\ a' ....:' marking alongside it a small trench with N. SAUSSY, Dictator.W. persons habitually residing in such family, number of the most eligible and desirable
i. t how have been vaccinated with how Centre Street
', J. WOODWARD Reporter. many ,
the of hoe and barely
: weeding deepenough'
corner a ,
L trJ: ,
has vaccination taken when Lots suitable for Business for
"', many vac- Purposes, or
to be distinctly In these
r : :., seen.
'6,, I,.' 'j "':., trenches the seed should be drilled in pretty Legion of Honor. cinated and by whom? FERNANDINA, FLORIDA,
Be it ordained That City or Suburban Residences
; 1. ,a .. :,';J thick and covered with the back of a hand- Ponce de Leon Council No. 922, A. L. of such further enrollment is, immediatelyafter the

'i .:;;--',SS" .. rake-thick sowing being important in order H., meets the second and fourth Friday physician shall visit completed habitation city constantly on hand a fine assort- UPON EASY TERMS.
: : ; : ,':'J-, : to prevent the sets from growing too large nights in every month, at 8 o'clock. by the every to contain reported KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR-

r 4' ,<.:,: 3';-, as well as to allow more of them to oe THEO. STARBUCK, Commander.W. not vaccinated inspectors within two and persons EIGN and DOMESTIC Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
;'{i ..:'/i" .:"" grown on the same space of ground. J. WOODWARD, Secretary. ceed forthwith to offer his services years for pro-and
j:I { As soon as the sets are well up the :young in indus-
in behalf of the parties engaged manufacturing or
y ., } t:; I" .._':.: grass and weeds should be carefully weeded city. Drugs and Chemicals,
; NOTICE. Be it ordained That
i r3;r t .:..." out by hand and the surface between the$1 further to be ,vaccinated any shall person or rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- :
( :- :.. : brushed with the hoe in order to persons refusing note
.; SIX permitted to leave his, her or their placeof Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines
; i 1 .' ',: kill any grass or weeds that may appear, to the Judge of the County Courtin erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
I :1'; :.x.,. and this operation repeated as often as such and for the County of Nassau Fla., for abode nor have any communication or
":'"> intruders show themselves for the younger letters of administration on the estate of until allow any one to visit Taccinated him, her or them Proprietary and Fancy Goods, residence, or in which to conduct their

1<*>,&* the grass and weeds the more easily they Nelson Parker deceased. they are duly under a
irif,.v a* of not less than $2 than
penalty nor more $5
... ;c- business.
e are kept under.-BaltunoreSun. F. C. SUHRER. FINE TOILET ARTICLES
: ,".. for each and every offense, or an imprisonment ,
oI',.! Fernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. 6tAGEXTS of not more than 15 days or both at INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS
4: ;.:.: :! ': '. DOMESTIC RECEIPTS. the discretion of the Mayor. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,

a If',;> :,:..>; ., WANTED IN EVERY TOWN Passed first, second and third reading by exemption for a term of years from
> ; POTATOES WITH CREAM.-Peel and cut po- "Nassau Fibre" and Upholstered :May 23,1883. F. C. SUHRER, IN GREAT VARIETY.
k' .; :..J j totoes in pieces and boil until tender; put a Nassau Beds." Here is a good busi- President of Council. taxation, offered by the several cities and
,. ..., piece of butter into a stewpan thicken with ness for a live man. Exclusive territory. Attest: *
:S ;" : spoonful of flour, flavor with pepper and Liberal commission. [SEAL] 'V)!. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. $33 Physicians' Prescriptions towns. Apply to
,. .,' ,S :. salt chopped parsley and onions; mix well Address EDWIN S. LOOMIS, Approved : carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at CHAS. W. LEWIS,

? S ,;.: and add a cup of cream; stir until it boils ; Farnandina, Fla. C. A. HALEY, Mayor. reasonable prices. rOfce i cor.Beach & 7th sts.,Fernandina.

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THE FLORIDA SHIP CANAL. the result of a design on the part of Gorham, BOOTS AND SHOES. jZS5-Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
Mahone and kindred spirits to 'freeze out' PARKER'S the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida

APPARENTLY ALREADY IN EXTREMIS." the original promoters of the company, aV t HAIR Central and Western Railroad -
them Judge Fry who spent so much PRESCOTT Through tickets via this line at the Comany's -
J/ene melee tehel uphartin.-R. I. P. among J. H. BALSAM.
time in Tallahassee, Mobile and New Or- Depot Ticket Office and at No. 7 a
The accounts which come from all quar- leans, soliciting indorsements, etc ; but the perfect dress' West Bay Street.

ters of the moribund state of this unfortunate Judge and his friends do not propose to be + ingekgandyperf WILLIAM 0. AMES,
finned and harm-
project are, at least, unanimous in frozen out. In a letter from New Orleanshe DEALER ess Removes Gen'l Passenger Agent.Jncksonville ,
says: 'They were the speculative element jatidrnff restores Fla.
deeming that a decent burial, out of sight W. M. DAVIDSON
in my company, and I always regretted natural color: and ,
and out of mind is the best that can hap- their connection with it, and now I am glad IN /-.. alT prerem.L.lditsc General Manager, ; w

for all concerned, or lately concerned, they are out. The first act they do is to L site.JOM.. unit }lFLOBISTON Jacksonville, Fla.j. .
pen create$60,000,000 of stock, then to vote $40- e1 s. MCELROY,
"latest accounts" from New
in it, as 000,000 of this to themselves as profits, as '' Master Transportation, ,
York would point to a rapid and total dis- the dispatches from Washington state. ., Tallahassee, Fla. .:

ruption of the strangely assorted company They have not an acre of land nor moneyto COLOGnE

who have been paraded before the public buy enough to aid in building the canal. CARD .
They have nothing but brass and wind, andI r ti.-. TIME OF THE
as its sponsors. warn all persons from taking any stock or .sr.toDallylaUIICproperties..
From North and South, from New Yorkto interest in this barefaced, illegal company. 55 and*S ctnU. FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR .'

New Orleans, both in the press and from My company retains all the best men and PARKER'S RAILROAD ,

and unauthoritatively as it capitalists in it, and will go on with the Ladies', AND ,;
the (unwillingly work and wipe out this farce.' On the FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
turns out, in many instances,) impressed other hand, remarks the Newt and Courier, lUisses', CINCER TONIC ;

concessionaires" of this ill-advised scheme, it is claimed that there can be no doubt as : Children'sand In Effect January 7th, 1883. ;:
An Invigorating Medicine that Never IntoxicatesThis
the mournful verdict has gone forth : Mene to the legality of the new organization, as Infants', delicious: combination of Ginger. ttuchu. GOING SOUTH.
step was taken with the advice and oilier of the best
mene, tekel upluarsin/" or, "Weighed in the every concurrence of Governor Bloxham, who I Men's, vegetable Mandrake.remedies Stillingia known and many cures all disorders of Leave Fernandina........................ 8.00 a.m.

k! balance indeed, and found nwst miserably want- ought to know all about the laws of Florida. ; Boys'. the bowels,stomach liver,kidneys and lungs,&is Leave Hart's Road....................... 8.42 a.m.
It is understood that the new will and Youths', The Best and Surest Cough Care Ever Used.If Leave Callahan........................... 9.48 a.m.
) tng." company Leave Dutton........................ ....10.15 a.m.
land from Female
' the effort to obtain a grant at are suffering Complaints
: From the article which appeared in last the next session of the Florida Legislature Nervousness you Wakefulness,Theumatism Dyspepsia. Leave Brandy Branch ................10.30 a.m. '

I'' week's Savannah News, we find the views of and will also if auspicious moment shall FINE .age or any disease orinfirniiiy, take Porker's Leave Baldwin..........................11.05 a.m. t
4 Ginger Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body Leave Maxville.........................11.32 a.m. ;
contributor to its columns, in connection ever arrive make application to Congressfor
! the able and give you new life and vigor. Leave Highland...........................11.55 a.m. k
liberal slice of the lands to
i with this canal question, verified in the a United States in Florida.belonging Whatever SEJVVElJ: :) for anything 109 DOLLARSPaid injurious: found in Ginger Tonicor Leave Lawtey ............................12.15 p.m. '

every particular. be the merits of the case it is abund- for a failure to help or cure. Leave Temple's..........................12.30 p.m.
independent testimony may evident that shrewd BOc.and $1 .118.! at dialer ID draff. Lars laving tartar Arrive Starke...........................12.34 p.m. ekr?
If possible, even more antly speculators see
"millions in it and that it behooves both $1 Site. Send for circular to Hiacox A Co.,143 Wm.St.S.Y. Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m. ;
and worthlessnessof ,
s to the collapse Congress and the Florida Legislature to be utton : &Ihra Lace; nm Leave Thurston ........................? 1.06p.m.
the scheme appears in the strictures and on the lookout.On oo Arrive Waldo............................. 1.30 p.m.
comments of such locally interested papers the same subject the Mobile Registersays PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.m. h .'
! and :Mobile for improvements in old Leave Gainesville........................ 2.27p.m. I
the New Orleans Picayune : AND
as i C. Gorham for ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m.
Register, while the editor of the Charleston whom"Unfortunately has George is all patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Batton.............................. 2.57p.m. r
no one respect secretary.
News and Courier lays on the lash with no Perhaps he has any Among the directorsare -TSLIPPERsf- INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Archer.............................. 3.15 p.m.
band and while holding such money.Butler and Mahone Gov- REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50p.m.
unsparing up men as
; of and Senator, ++_...:- ++- ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.27 p.m. .
some of the projectors to contempt, en- Jones ernor Cameron of Nevada., General Virginia Charles, P. Stone -++ : ++ ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- Leave Rosewood.......................... 5.02_ p.m. r

dorses the views put forth in the New York who returned from wherehe NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.35 p.m. "
recently Egypt, in less time than those who
New and POIularYI..EJS ents are remote
Sun, and warns the public to keep a sharp has been in the service of the Khedivefor Embracing GOING NORTH.
lookout on the 'raiders,' whether their ten or fifteen years, is the engineer of When Inventors send model or sketch, Leave Cedar Key......................... 7.25 am.

object be the funds of the National orlpro- the company, and it is said, will soon placea we make search in the Patent Office and Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05 a.m.
corps of engineers in the field. We fail S advise as to its patentability free of charge Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.
\'inciallegislatures. to be impressed very deeply with the make- Correspondence confidential fees reason- Leave B ronson................. :........... n".'->:".. a.m. ; '
Those familiar with the carriage of the up of this corporation. There are too many able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS; PAT- Leave Archer.............................. 9.52 a.m. 'i '

bill through the last Florida Legislature Virginia repudiators and political adventurers ENT IS OBTAINED.We Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m. .p'{
and the extraordinary efforts made to induce in it. How men like Mahone, Cam- GENTS' :FURNISHINGAND refer by permission to the City Post- Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m. tl 't+ry.

eron and Gorham can expect capital from master, and to the Superintendent of the Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m.
of land and collateral
grants Europe or anywhere else to seek their hands'passes Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Arrive< ,\aldo.............................11.40 a.m. '

from that body on the faith of the "eminent our comprehension. After all, how- ington. For special references circular,service Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m. ''I .

capitalists and prominent statesmen" ever, the scheme may simply be an experi- BUJ3J3EE, GOODS terms, etc.. addressC. Leave Thurston.........................12.24 p.m. r 3

(supposed to be) connected with the ment by men who expect to put nothing in I A. SNOW & CO., Arrive Starke............................12.38 p.m.
the work, but to construct a balloon with Opp.Patent Office. Washington D.C. 2tf Leave Starke................................ 1.00 p.m
scheme, know how utterly hopeless it will land grants bonds and debentures. :tNr: <3r-'S Leave Temple's........................... 1.09p.m. t t

be to obtain another charter or acre of land We have been impressed with the fact HORACE DREW, Leave Lawtey _........................... 1.33 p.m. + '

in connection with the now exploded myth. that nowhere in this arrangement appears Leave Highland.......................... 1.55 p.m. '
The "elan" and dauntless pluck with the name of Judge Fry, who lately enter- Curiosity* Variety StoreOffers Bookseller, Stationer, Leave Maxville........................... 2.19 p.m. ,z r: y
tained the Cotton Exchange and Board of Printer and Binder. Arrive Bald win........................... 2.43 p.m. '4 '
which this unpopular measure was forced, Trade of Mobile upon this interesting sub- selected Leave Baldwin......._................. 2.53p.m.

and fought in the Legislature, commanded ject. a large and carefully School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m.
the admiration of even those who were We understood the Judge to say when Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35p.ra. .d
of its intrinsic worthlessness here, that he was vice-president of the Flor- STOCK OF HOSIERYFor A SPECIALITY. Leave Callahan........................... 4.25p.m. 11: .
aware ,
ida Canal Company. He assures the Pica- I Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15 p.m. .
but the "temper" of the public and the yune reporter that there was an organizationprior Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. Liberal discounts to Teachers and Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m. 5 '
Legislature was evidenced in the almost to this which elected him vicepresident. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Trains .
except Sunday.PENINSUL.A.R
unanimous vote to 2)) with which that :SAJrD:::: :IK:3BIR C23IEF'S: application.
"We wish to see a Florida ship canal 59 W. BAY STREET
body granted its charter to the modest but built, but we warn the Florida Legislature Silk, Linen, and Cotton. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. DIVISION. {

practical and business-like Barge Canal Com- against aiding and abetting men who have GOING SOUTH. 1
proved recreant to their duty to the Southern -
pany. people. Men who have robbed Virginiaof Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, RAILROADS. Leave Waldo Junction................. 1.40 p.m. '

have Leave Dixie........................ p
Ere the close of this year, we every credit and respect are not the men to receive Laces, Towels, Napkins, ......... 2.02p.m.
reason to believe the good work will .be favors from a Southern State." FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 2.20p.m.
at its eastern terminus The foregoing fully accords with the views Dress Lining, Buttons, Leave Lochloosa.......................... 2.38p.m. .. .;.
commenced as heretofore expressed by the Morning News and Notions Generally.A FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R.R. Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m.
specified in the very favorable charters held on the subject of the new canal -- Leave Anthony Place................. 3.31p.m. a .
by the concessionaires from both the Statesof and to show that the combination company of JACKSONVILLE, May 13th, 1883. Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00p.m. ;> ;i

Georgia and Florida, and as no engineering politicians goes organized for canal speculation, new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- /COMMENCING this date, Trains on this Leave Ocala................................. 4.30 p.m. ;1 '
has failed to gain public confidence eitherin TIES just received and marked low. \J road and its connection will run as fol- Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m.
difficulties of the slightest kind exist their honesty of or ability to 'lows : Arrive Wildwood....................... 5.45 p.m.

the work will be rapidly pushed forward. construct the Florida purpose Ship Canal. Their Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior. WESTWARD. GOING NORTH. l

The small amount of capital required (at action indicates, as we have before stated, No. 3. No. 1. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m.
the outside some seven millions) is already that they have simply organized for a raid il Accom. Mail. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35 a.m.

assured, while the writer in the Savannah upon the Florida lands and the public &33- In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- Leave Jacksonville....... 6.00 p m 9.30 a m Leave Ocala................................. 9.00a.m. ,
treasury not one of them expecting to ETS, VASES, ; TOILET SETS, we offer a Arrive Baldwin ............ 7.15 p m 10.13 a m '
Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18a.m.
Newt points out how, at the very outset of invest a dollar in Florida improvements.But fine variety. i Lake City..11,45 pr.a 1.00pm Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.46a.m. .

the work, ample funds may be had in their the organization has effected one thing Live Oak............ 1.25am 2.18pm Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13 a.m. "
prosecution without extraneous aid. Thus unlooked for and for which no provisionhad FLORIDA AND) SEMITROPICAL CURIOSITIES :Madison ............ 3.35 am 4.03 p r.a Leave Lochloosa.................... ....10.39 a.m. '"
Drifton............... 5.25am
of the water available been made. The new organization uncovered i 5.30pm Leave Hawthorne........................10.57 a.m. 1
speaking splendid power SPECIALTY.Orders Monticello ......... 5.55am
I the fact that there previously ex- A 5.50pm Leave Dixie...............................11.15 a.m. r.
for of all Tallahassee......... 7.00am
manufacturing purposes isted no well-defined legally organized Flor- 7.00pm '
Arrive Waldo Junction...... .........11.35 a.m. s
kinds, obtainable from the Okefinbkee, he idaShip Canal Company as claimed by Judge Leave Tallahassee......... 7.25 pm
Fry with himself as vice-president. The from the Country Solicited. Arrive Quincy .......'....... 8.40 pm Trains daily, except Sunday.
short ditch of three !
: no ,
says River...... Y
list of names given in the new company is
miles in length, from one to thirty feet in top formidable to suppose they have gone KI N G' S Leave River Junction... 9.40 p m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. p..

depth, would actually drain the Okefinokeeinto blindly into such a speculation. Either Arrive Marianna.......... 11.23pm 3, a
Judge Fry in their opinion had no exclusive 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. Pensacola........... 6.35am GOING SOUTH. 4 P
the St. water
Marys furnishing j
powerof chartered rights in the canal, or else the new Montgomery..... 8.50pm Leave Fernandina......11.35 a.m. 6.15p.m.
107 feet fall in a distance of ten miles, and company have by hook or crook got posses- SEA ISLAND ROUTE. ., Mobile............... 4.25pm Leave Hart's Road......12.05 p.m. 6.55 p.m. '

endow the enterprise with half a million sion of them, and then kicked him out. At t New Orleans..... 10.15pm Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m. ;

acres of fertile drained lands within the all events there is trouble in the camp, and i -- Houston..::........ 6.50am GOING NORTH. ,e

State of Georgia alone. These lands couldbe both parties will probably be before the Leave Jacksonville..... 9.00a.m. 3.35p.m.
next Florida Legislature abusing each other THE STEAMER EASTWARD.No.. No. 2. Leave Hart's Road...... 9.35 a.m. 4.01 p.m.
immediately placed on the market, roundly. "A house divided against itself," Accom. Mail. Arrive Fernandina..10.40 a.m. 5.00p.m. .

manufactories erected to utilize the inex- etc.Let Arrive Jacksonville....... 6.40am 4.30pm Trains double daily except Sunday. f .

haustible water power and millions of feet the Florida Legislature the people Baldwin............ 5.15am 3.48pm '
turn their attention to the barge canal, u A Lake City........... 1.20 a m 12.47 p m SUNDAY TRAINS. .
of tine timber floated to the tide level on the which proposes, without any great raid upon 'Y'L Live Oak....-.....11.40 p m 11.34 a m Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.45a.m.

St. Marys from the drained forests of the their lands or the public treasury and at a ... Madison ............ 9.30pm 10.08am Arrive Fernandina.....................11.10 a.m. '

Okefinokee. Here then, is capital in Handat i cost of only one-tenth of the ship canal F._;;;:;. Drifton............... 7.20pm 8.23am Leave Fernandina.......................5.00 p.m. E _.;
Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25
the beginning of the barge canal, ($00,000,000)), not only to cross the peninsulaand Monticello ......... 7.45pm 8.50am p.m.
very drain a million acres of their now ST. NICIIOLAS Tallahassee........ 5.30pm 6.45am 4.
more than sufficient to complete it to the worthless lands but to connect them with Leave Tallahassee ........ 7.00 a m

port of St. Marks on the Gulf." the great Mississippi Valley, through land- WILL leave Fernandina for Savannah Arrive Quincy.............. 5.30 a m CONNECTIONS. .
It seems needless to multiply argumentsin locked waters safe from storms and tempests Tuesday Thursday and Satur- Leave Chatt'chee River 4.30 a m f
and heavy insurance developing hundreds day mornings; arriving at the latter place Arrive River Junction.. 4.30 a m AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
favor of 'project which from the first of miles of almost vacant territory, and feed- the same evenjings. Marianna......... 2.28am With New York and Fernandina Steamship '

has been commended by the most scientificas ing and building up numerous towns and Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- Leave Pensacola........... 7.30pm Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 ; :

well as practical engineers in our land, cities along the route the ship canal underno nandina on Monday, Wednsday and Fri- Leave Montgomery..... 8.30am a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New .'

and each day enlists more confidence by circumstances can ever benefit.-Savannah ; day, at 4 p. m.; Leave Mobile............... 2.00pm York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m. ,
News. Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m or 5.50 p.m. ,
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reason of its intrinsic merits, combining the Fare to Savannah, $ 6.00 Leave Houston........... 6.15pm I i With Sea Island Route from and to Savan-

largest amount of public good with the AN EXPLANATION.-The delicate, floweryand To Savannah and Return, 10.00 Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 daily nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .

minimum of expenditure. Let us then hopewe lasting fragrance of Floreston Cologne except Sunday. CALLAHAN.
why it is such a favoritewith the Through tickets sold to New York, Phila-
explains SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. To and from Savannah and Charleston at
have heard the last of its unfortunaterival >
ladies. delphia, Boston; and Baltimore.For .
SLEEPING CARS Tallahassee to Pensacola. and 4.22 "
7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 p. m. -fAT
whose ephemeral existence seems tickets and state-rooms, apply at the
about to close amidst the unseemly recrimi- WHY SHOULD THEY?-No man or woman Company's office! foot of Centre Street. CONNECTIONS. Line BALDWIN, FLA.,
At Jacksonville, with Waycross by
can do satisfactory work when the brain i is1 A. MERCIER
J. and
Tallahassee at 11.05
and from
I To a.m.
nations and heated aspersions of its disap- dull, the nerves unsteady, the system relaxed j General Passenger Agent.J. No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for 2.43
pointed projectors; and while the many and they feel generally wretched. Why N. HARRIMAN, Manager. all points North and East; with the Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE, { r.
Railroad for Fernan-
dina & Jacksonville
friends of the Barge Canal Company are should this condition anybody, when drag through a bottle their of Parker'sGinger work in dina ; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka at 10.37 a.m. and 2.20 f A

receiving daily proofs of the increasingfavor Tonic will at a moderate cost give NE\V HOUSE OPEN. the St. Johns River. p.m.

and confidence of the public let them them the strength and will to perform their At Baldwin by No. 1 with Florida Traa- AT WILDWOOD.
sit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville, With Line to and from Brooksville
the duties satisfactorily.-.& Stage
charitably in past -
join forgetting opposition
rpOURIST HOTEL, Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Gulf and Tampa daily except Sunday.
and the many unkindly aspersion's cast Ports. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
The best medicine of the for
011 them by the too zealous,and perhaps age quickly etc. is FERN "DINA, FLA., At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida daily except Sunday. ,
curing indigestion, nervousness, ,
really credulous, apostles of the ship canal Brown's Iron Bitters.RIKART is now open t6< the public. New and neatly &Western Tallahassee Railroad.At with. St. Marks Branch AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
furnished the
located in most delightfulpart
-exclaiming the last of that un- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
as spar of the island. Large, and sunny rooms.A Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-
fortunate undertaking sinks beneath the fc DAUPHIN, good home for parties wishing to stop a urdays.At for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp.
Chattahoochee River with the Pensa- .m.; for Tampa and Manatee,Monday and
commercial horizon, Requiescat in pace T few weeks or months in the South. ,
TRENCH AND AMERICANRESTAURANT cola &; Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Friday. r ..
Terms-$2 day $S to $10 week.
ALEX. CURTIS.St. per ; per
With ) Line for
W. W. CLAY, Manager.The sacola Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, Morgan's Steamships Key
Marys; Ga., May, 1883. and all points in the West, Southwest, and West and Havana, every Saturday 4 p. m.; i
Northwest-forming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.

TUB FIGHT OVER THE FLORIDA Foot of Centre Street, near Depot, splendid Strathniore Hotel, QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates.,

CANAL. FERNANDINA FLA. on the finest beach in the world, will be points; and with the Central and People'sLine etc., apply to

The Charleston News and Courier says : open every fine day for the accommodationof Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A. O. MAcDONELL,
"It now turns out that the recent reorganization 35* Meals at all hours. Board by the beach parties, under the same manage- Apalachicola and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor Gen'1Ticket and Pass.Agent. }
and Eufaula. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21
of this company in Washington was week or month. 14 ment. 10 Columbus





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yi THE FLORIDA MIRROR. learning of quarantine established against Riot and Homicide at Archer.On The Weather. Decker Bros.: pianos received at the Cen-

that city, came here. Saturday afternoon of last week the Through Mr. C. W.Maxwell we have been tennial Exposition the first medal and

,; In their efforts prevent the introductionof little town of Archer, on the Transit Railroad furnished the monthly record of observations highest where. award. See advertisement else
$l.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Every instrument warranted
small-pox, by compulsory vaccination was the scene of great excitement. taken at Fernandina Station duringthe manufacturers for five years.

4 A I Reflect tons. the City Council are seconded by the County Early in the afternoon of that day a negro, months of April and May, 1883 :
} : Charles Jordan while in a state of intoxication APRIL. Abtice.
r } Commissioners. Dr. W. H. Pope, who ,
;? k Refreshing and much-needed rain showers A meeting of the stockholders
e became involved in a difficulty with Jlax. Jlin. of the
I has been assigned by Council to the duty
this week. D a te. Rainfall Beach Hotel and Road
Ther. Then Company will [be
i t on Wednesday vaccinated a number of colored Frank Brown, another colored man, in held at the office of the Southern Express

There will be a match game of base-ball people on the lower part of Amelia Robinson's saloon during which he drew a April 1 ................ G.3 59 .00 on Thursday evening, June 7, at o'clock.

., Monday afternoon.Mrs. Island. pistol and attempted to shoot Brown. They 2 ................ 63' 56 .18 All are particularly requested to be in at.

? W. B. Tucker and infant left on were separated and ordered out of the sa- 3 ................ 68 51 ............ tendance. WM. B. C. DURYEE,
The San which sailed
M for Gainesville. steamship Antonio loon. Mr. the town marshal start 4 ................ 67 53 ............ Secretary and Treasurer
Monday Knight,
Friday morning, carried the following cargo : .. 5 ................ 74 61 ............
'i i Chief Engineer J. W. Bushnell, of the 2,750 packages vegetables. 1,032 logs cedar ed to arrest Jordan, who fled, and upon 6 ................ 81 62 ............ Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.

; s r; Transit Road has gone North. 220 cases cedar, 389 barrels rosin 139 barrels being ordered to halt, turned and fired his 7 ................ 81 63 ............ A meeting of the stockholders of the Fer
pistol at the marshal, the ball passing ., 8 ................ 74 64 ............ nandina Lyceum Association will be heldat
The San Antonio carried fifty-two passengers spirits turpentine 336 old car wheels, 47 9 ................ 72 61 .57 their hall on Monday June 2.5th.1883, at
/ i' this week, bound northward. barrels cotton seed meal, 55 bales moss, 126 through the left side of Mr. Knight's abdo h 10................ 82 6G .80 8 o'clock p. m. A punctual attendance is

:r packages merchandise 87 empty kegs, 79 men. Jordan fled, and Mr. Knight was 11................ 79 66 ............ requested. THOMAS KYDD,
... :Moore will administer the rite of
Bishop sacks hoofs and horns 49 barrels taken to a house near by. The acting Mayor h 12................ 76 61 .32 Secretary.
confirmation in the Catholic Church tomorrow empty deputized a to effect Jordan's arrest u 13................ 71 62 ............
posse ,
morning. bottles.In 14................ 73 63 .07 Pianos For Sale.
; ,. ( r addition to the 500 tons of steel rails, consisting of Messrs. Jas. George, Jas. Mather I' 15..................68 61 ............ Decker Bros. pianos for sale for less than
F., The corner-stone to the new building of and W. B. Price. Mr. George, who i 16............... .68 54 ............ can be bought of manufactures in New
the East Florida Seminary was laid at Gaines which have been unloaded at the steam- was on horseback, headed Jordan off, when 17................ 73 54 ............ York. Inquire of Percy L. Jones at the

}, r ville on Wednesday last. ship dock by the schooner Anita this week, the rest of the closed in him. .h 18.......;......... 71 61 ............ office of Dr. E. Leroy Jones on Fourth street.
2,500 tons are to be shipped immediately for posse on 19................ 74 56 ............
t. The two base-ball clubs have leased the the Florida Central & Western; Railway.Ten When Mr. Mather got near to Jordan, 20................ .78' 60 ............. Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
; : grounds near the cotton-seed factory, and : Jordan raised his revolver and: fired the 21................ 78 59 ............ Tracts containing
twenty each
thousand tons of rails have been pur- ball passing close to Mather's head then 22................ 71 61 ............ choice high hammock land acres of
: .
r to fence and otherwise improve it. ; on Orange Lake
; : propose ,
chased for the Tropical Florida Railroad, 23................ 78 64 3.12 suitable for
he leveled his orange growing and truck farm
';- The shipment of vegetables over the and will be here soon for the extension of turning, revolver upon Mr. 24................ 77 65 ............ ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
1 ': Florida Transit Railroad during the month that road south. George, who'was close behind him. Seeing 25................ 72 56 ............ very conveniently situated for
that both their lives were in danger, they h 26.................66 56 ............ by water rail and will transportation -
: of May aggregated than crates. or be sold
more 100,000 On account of the quarantine established fired on Jordan with fatal result, one shot 27................ 73 58 ............ terms to suit purchasers. Titles are on
'- r I' .. 62 ............ unques
Ten thousand crates of vegetables were 28. .... .... 73 tionable. Also valuable timber
4I r \ transferred at Callahan from the Transit against Jacksonville the schedule of the penetrating his breast, while the other entered 29................ 78 61 ............ large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS lands in

:' running of trains on the Fernandina & his head. Duncan Peterson and Jones, 30..................73 64 ............ February 16 1882. ,
f r I Road to the Waycross for shipment North Fernandina, Fla.
I Jacksonville Railroad has been changed. three other colored men, who tried to pre-
I on Tuesday last. Means................... 7319-30 60 1-5
j Instead of two trains a day, only one is run, vent Jordan's arrest, and who urged him to Lost.A .
i i :Mr. George R. Fairbanks editor of the The total rainfall for April was 5.75. child's gold breast-pin. A reward will
g ; leaving Jacksonville at 7:30: a. m. and arriv- violence, were arrested by Sheriff Tucker of I
i, .. Mirror, accompanied by his family left on be paid the finder. C. W. MAXWELL.: :
; ing here at 9 o'clock ; leaving Fernandinaat Alachua who had been telegraphed to, the MAY.

: ::'. :Monday for their summer home in the 2 o'clock p. m., arriving at Jacksonville residing magistrate, Mr. J. S. MacDonell, i Date blaz. Jlin Rainfall Vaccination.DR. .

r ';; ,, (,, highlands of Tennessee. at 3:30.: being absent at the time. A preliminary' Ther. Then JONES, has pure and fresh vaccine

., ". t\ .0, Ex-Governor George F. Drew was presented trial was held at Gainesville Tuesday, and May 1.................. 72 61 1.31 virus. Office on Fourth street, near Centre.2t .

; : ,j with a handsome solid silver table Thousands Go Up In Smoke. Duncan and Peterson held. Jones was re- 2 .................. 71 56 ............

!i' I service by his old friends and employed at At a meeting of the Finance Committeeof leased. It is stated that during the excite h 3 .................. 76 59 ............ For Rent.

'," Ellaville on the 25th inst. the City Council, held Thursday, bonds, ment the threatened to burn the 4 .................. 80 60 ............ A very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof
I etc. of the cancelled and negroes 5 .................. 76 61 ............ JOHN HEDGES
scrip, city were ,
(I : ::,: '; :t Rev. Father Spondonari formerly priestof town. u 6 .................. 80 61 ............ January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.
{" t. j the Catholic Church here, but who has burned as follows: Cash warrants, amount- 7 ................... .77 68 ............
ing to $2,587.75, bonds and coupons, including The City Council. 8 .................. 79 63 ............ Select "Intermediate" School for
<'.. .';. \ :'1 lately been stationed at Key West, arrived accrued interest, 4041.50: ; scrip, The regular weekly soiree of the City 9 .................. 77 60 ............ Boys and Girls,

f: I : here yesterday on his way to Italy. $5,479.86 total $12,109.11.Transfer Council was'he'ld: Wednesday evening, with 10................... 78 66 ..... ...... Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circulars
r 'If.: .. Palmer Bros. have leased the building ; the fol1owlhg'J gentlemen Alder- h 11.................. 81 65 ............ on application.
; present: 12.................. 79 66 G. W. SCHUYLER.
k : : formerly occupied by the late Wm. Marson, of Real Estate. men Hoyt Kelly, King, Proctor, Williamsand 13.................. .82 65 .......4... Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental

r ,. .r.t .:' and transferred their stock of drugs medicines Last week the real estate formerly belong- Avery. ., 14.................. 83 69 .18 Music and French. 50

'- k 1 t, etc., to their new place this week. In the absence; of President Suhrer, Alder- u 15.................. 84 68 ............
I \. .' 5i ing to Mr. Louis Lohmann was transferredby 16.................. 84 68 ............
;: .' s: 1' Colonel B. A. Coachman, of Bronson, the South Carolina Loan & Trust Com- man Hoyt was called to the chair.A 17.................. 73 63 ............ List of Letters

'' f .I Levy county, was elected president of the pany, of Charleston, S. C., to Mr. Patrick communication was read from Mr. Rik- 18................... 74 63 ............ Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina -
: Alachua County Sunday School Association in art, asking Council to look into the matterof 19.................. 75 63 ............ Nassau county, Florida, June 2, 1833.
consideration of the of ..
se Kelly, payment his taxes for the 20.................. 85 60 ............ Persons calling for these letters must
,'t. ', at the convention held at Micanopy re $4,000. Mr. Kelly has secured a good bar- years 1877 78, 79 and 21.................. 83 67 ............ say

: ) i cently. gain indeed. The property includes the two '80, which he claims to have paid, but whichare u 22................... .77 56 ............ advertised:

ti ,; : ,i! J. McConnell, Esq., and wife are visiting two-story dwelling-houses on Fifth street still charged against him on the books. .", 23.................. .71 48 ............ Bronson, Nora Elden, Mary S
w .I .. .. ........ Churchouse Y U Green Eliza
'' ,; The matter was referred to the Committeeon 24.. .... ..... 71 54 ,
i 1\s :Mrs. :McConnell's sisters, the Misses occupied by Mr. Beal and Dr. W. H. Pope ; 25.................. 76 59 ............ Clark Frank Harris, Leonard

i .; Seaton, at Old Town. :Mr. :McConnell is a the two-story dwelling house corner Third Taxes and Licenses. 26......:............ .80 65 ............ Carder, C Hunter, Emily

I ..* prominent member of the Corpus Christi and Ash streets, occupied by Mrs. Wilson, Alderman Suhrer here arrived, and, as 27.................. 82 70 ............ Cardene Lula Johnson, Sarah
... Texas bar. chairman of the Committee on Vaccination, 28.................. 80 64 ............ Elden, Miss F L Tucker, Dora S
( )
and the market the Florida
i opposite House. that four "9................... 83 63 ............ Elden, S A Thomas, Bert
.;. f' The Florida House is receiving a new coat reported sanitary inspectors had 30.................. 78 68 2.16 Williams, Mary.

r : \' r.: "' of paint, and has been provided with a new Can't We Have an Artesian Well ? been appointed to take the census of the 31.................. 80 70 .Z1 SAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M.
c and that had .
city, they completed their can --
fence. With the addition
built last winter
successful artesian well
t' f The most drivingever vass. The following are the figures: Means ................... 78 9-316227-31 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
{ in
: 1' this popular house can now accommodate performed our city was accomplishedon
: 50 to guests. Tuesday afternoon by Mr. W. J. Sher- Total number of families visited..........1,039 The total rainfall for May was 4.46.
{ man, who had been engaged in sinking a Number of people vaccinated within
i a \ :-1 1 The steaming Athlete Captain S. L. Den- well on the plaza for the city. On Tuesday the time prescribed by Council......... 563 Range of Thermometer
:'" J nett made an excursion to the afternoon, after having forced the drill Number of persons with whom vacci-
1.r: snapper 1
1. < through rock, and at the depth of 210 feet, a nation had been successful............... 350 FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JUNE ,
;" ;f i \0> banks Monday morning. Some twenty- fine flow of water was obtained, which upon Number yet to be vaccinated............... 689 HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.
,; ,1.' ''' i: If. three snappers and'over one hundred blackfish measurement was found to be about 80 Alderman Hoyt, chairman of the Committee

w;; t: were caught. gallons per minute or 4,800gallons hour, that the I 'gc1
and the flow still increasing, which no doubt on Quarantine, reported e3 w Ii :p
... '. The Florida Intelligencer is the name of a will amount eventually to 5,000 gallons per committee had appointed inspectors at the I Ir-- .-I: O 0 ,., SEEKhealth

:;:. .,: ff new paper published at Waldo. John B. hour. We cannot only congratulate Mr. drawbridges and at the railroad shops. He 76 79 79 77 SEe

.r' 4 : ir Johnston is announced as the editor and Sherman on his success, but also the city in would ask Council to define their duties. Sunday.Saturday..May26..... .......Zi 76 78 78 76 SEe
such abundant flow of water.St. .
i Ii f:. i. publisher. The Intelligencer is a decided obtaining. Augustine an Press. Mayor Haley returned the ordinance To Monday ............28 75 77 78 77 SEe
............29 74 76 77 76 SEe
'' improvement on the Florida Cracker. Amend Section 3 of An Ordinance to Pre Tuesday. and avoid sickness.
t.J Why should not Fernandina put an ar- Wednesday..30 75 78 78 77 SEe
'f' : I We have received from the office of the vent Cattle from Running at Large," with-
., r tesian well atsome central point in the city ? Thursday..31 76 78 78 76 SEe Instead of feeling tired and

1 'I.' ; : Mallory Steamship Line in New York a The experiment at Reed's mill in Old Town out his approval. Upon motion of Alder- Friday..June 1 76 79 19 78 E. worn out, instead of aches
little extracts man King to make the ordinance law the
j ,
tasty pamphlet, containing
i has demonstrated the fact that an abundantflow and pains, wouldn't you
,. 't 1: from Florida publications regarding Flor- Mayor's veto to the contrary notwithstanding MARINE.Pert .
I can be obtained within a depth of 300 rather feel fresh and ?
I >'a ida's steamship line and its advantages. the veto was sustained. strong
:- feet. The St. Augustine experiments indi- Fernandina.
Alderman Proctor moved that the Com-
:. .: i The Norwegian bark Bjorn, which was cate that on this coast an artesian well will
M t mittee on Quarantine be given authorityto HIGH WATER. You continue
: cleared on Friday of last week by Mr. Wm. certainly succeed in furnishing a plentiful can feeling
k i allow persons from Jacksonville with Saturday, June 2...... 5:16: A.M. 5:50P.M.: miserable and for
., ," Lawtey for Queenstown, carried the follow- supply of water. We have now no fire-ex- Sunday, 3...... 6:18" 6:48": good no-
for North to
!! ,; lowing cargo : 78 tons cotton seed, 450 barrels tinguishing apparatus, and no water except through points pass Monday, 4...... 7:12" 7:41" thing, and no one but your-

!, : : i ;.1 rosin, 275 sticks cedar, 169,000 feet that in the harbor to rely upon in case o fwas through the city to the steamboats ; which Tuesday, 5...... 8:02": 8:32" self can find fault, but if you
lumber. carried. Wednesday, 6...... 8:51" 9:21":
:1 ;' an emergency. ** are tired of that kind of life
; ; Thursday, 7...... 9:38": 10:06 ,
t '. The Mallory steamship State of Texas, "
i t t : Church Notices. Friday 10:49 you can change it if you
:' ,::,. which left here on Thursday of last week, Base-Hall.
I Services at the Methodist Church choose.
..: arrived at her dock in New York midnight Monday last the third match game of the every ENTERED.
1 Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30: m.
t. "4 : Sunday making the trip from dock to dock season was played on the grounds near the p. May 28-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa-

:; : A' :' and calling at Port Royal in 74 hours a fact cotton-seed factory. :Much more interest Services will be held at St. Peter's Protes- vannah ; with freight and pas- How ? By getting one
J. A. Mercier.
.' 'f" which should be noted by truck farmers. was manifested in the game than usual, the tant Episcopal Church by the rector, at 11 31-S. P.sengers St. Nicholas to Fitzgerald, Savannah bottle of BROWN' IRON BIT-

':. ::;'; ;" 'I The schooner Louise Frazier of Ray's Line seats being occupied by a large number of a. m. and 5 p. m., on Sunday. with freight and pas- TERS,and taking it regularly ..

.: ,: ,;' :..( of sailing packets between New York and ladies, who discussed the merits of their fa- Presbyterian Church ; Rev. H. S. Yerger, 31-B. S.sengers San, Antonio to J. Mercier Wilder, agent.1,680 according to directions.

: i \ this to arrive here voite nines. Play was called at 3:45: by the pastor. Services : Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 ,
:' \ port,Js expected daily. tons, New York ; with freight

,I :. \ : 4''J The schooner Martha Pendleton of the same umpire, Mr. Fred W. Hoyt, whose prompt, p. m. ; prayer-meeting on Thursday eveningat and passengers to R. W. South- Mansfield, Ohio, Nov.26,i83i.

?- : 'Ji:;, line, sails from New York to-day. Messrs. fair and unbiased decisions gave great satis 8 o'clock ; Sunday School at 4 p. m. wick, agent. Gentlemen have suffered with
< Fred W. & Co. the in this faction. Below is the official score, furnished Preaching at the Baptist Church every 31-Sch. Gazelle Smith, St. Augustine pam in my side and back,and great
t I.: Hoyt are agents ; with pine-apples and bananas soreness on my breast,vith shoot-
\ : ;j city. by Mr. E. S. Loomis : Saturday afternoon at past-past two o'clock. from LakeMunroetrad- ing pains all through body,attended -
.. RAILROAD. Sabbath school same afternoon at 3:30.: Also ing. with eatweaknes,depression -
: Upon the request of several lodges Grand of
of spirits, and loss appe
I Names Runs. Outs. preaching Sunday night at 8 o'clock. June 1-S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald, Savannah -
every tite. I have taken several different
t, :' !! Dictator A. J. Russell has postponed the with
Mundee 1. f........................... 5 2 Subject to-morrow night : "Temperance freight pas medicines and was treatedby prom
t I rJ1: meeting of the Grand Lodge of the Knights I Maxwell, 3d b........................ 2 3 and Tobacco." sengers, to J. Mercier.. inent physicians for my liver, kidneys

fit, '] I of Honor of the State of Florida from the :Menzies s. s..:........................ 3 1 CLEARED. thought, spleen.I would but try I Drown's:got no relief.I Iron

; .1\'J:: : TuesdayinJunetothethirdWednes Papy, 2d b...........................- 2 3 Public Notice. May 25-Bark Bjorn (Nor.), Bjornstadt Bitters; I have now taken one bottle
; t, i'1 : day in July, when it will meet in Gaines McCann c. f.......................... 1 4 Queenstown ; lumber and naval and a half and am about'clI-pain'
,110 L..;. I \ Gambrill, 1st b....................... 0 4 The attention of all persons is called to stores, by Wm. Lawtey. in side and back all gonesorenessall
:; o-' < ." ville. Nix p.................................... 2 3 the following law of this State for the protection 26-Brig Emma L. Hall Duffy, Mar- good out appetite of my breast, and am and gaming I

? 3 :. \ 1 The San Antonio came outthis week under. Heidt................................_ 1 5 of cemeteries and burial grounds : tinique; lumber, by C. Corn pty. strength and flesh. It can justly be

1 : }. command of Captain Jas. Wilder, formerly Hubby, r. f............................ 3 2 Laws of Florida, chapter 72 section 18 : 29-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald: Savannah called the king of medicines.

i f ; chief officer of the ship. Captain Hines, Total................._....... ......19- -27 Whosoever wilfully destroys, mutilates, defaces ;by with J. A.freight Mercier.and passengers JOHN K.ALLENDES.
r : .! who has made such a host of friends in injures or removes any tomb, monument "
t 31-S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald Savannah
1..' UP-TOWN. gravestone or other structure or thing -
t '<. t I ';.. Florida, has been transferred to the command Names. Runs. Outs. placed or designed for a memorial of the ; with freight and passengers BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is

l{ ,f.t: ,i of the new ship San Marcos, of the. Mooney, 1st b*....................... 2 5 dead, or any fence, railing, curb or other June 1 Sch. Gazelle, by Smith J. A. Mercier.fruit composed of Iron in soluble
by mas
'.. ,' Galveston Line. Hanley, 3d b.......................... 5 2 thing intended for the protection or ornament ter. ; form; Cinchona the great

\ Waas, c. f.............................. 3 2 of any tomb monument gravestoneor 1 S. S. San Antonio Wilder .
Bee at Gainesville -
I The published will 1,680 tonic with other
Southwick, r. f.....................? 3 2 other structure before mentioned or for tons New York with together
..* hereafter be issued as a daily. The first, Stark, c................................. 3 4 any inclosure for the burial of the dead, or and by; R.W.freight South- standard remedies, makinga
a number was issued Tuesday. It is a small. Mueller, p.............................. 3 3 wilfully destroys, mutilates removes, cuts wick passengers, agent. remarkable nonalcoholictonic
four-column folio ably edited. Mr. Madden, !. f........................... 3 3 breaks or injures any tree shrub or plant 2 S. P. St. Savannah
very Nicholas Fitzgerald -
Mode s. s.............................. 3 3 placed of being within any such inclosure with which will cure Dys-
Fildes the editor and publisher, is an energetic Wood,2d b...>........................ 3 3 or wantonly or' maliciously disturbs the freight and passengers Indigestion Malaria
I ; and enterprising young man, and deserves \ contents of a tomb or grave, shall be pun- by J. A. :Mercier.IN pepsia, ,

t i success. Total ................................28 27 ished by fine not exceeding $500, or by imprisonment PORT. Weakness, and relieve all
After the third inning Leggett took in the county jail not exceedingone Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell. Lung and Kidney diseases.
,,, i' The trading schooner Gazelle, Captain Mooney's place. year.IcCleJIan's( \ Digest, page 411.) Sch. Tom Williams Wheaton.Sch. .

-' Smith, arrived here Thursday from Lake Austin D. Kni ht, Perry.

'. ; Monroe ria St. Augustine with a cargo off For Bent Nassau Fibre, Sch. A. L. Green, Elwell.
c For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto Sch. B. C. Moore. .
< bananas etc. The fruit
4 I.;':"",T. pine-apples, was: A desirable dwelling, pleasantly situated. anything else in use. For sale by Sch. Parole (Br.), Smith. I

.:;:.:N...:;:,. :; destined. for Jacksonville, but the captain, Apply to FRED W. HOYT. June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. Sch. Anita; Small. t !

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