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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
July 21, 1883
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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Ceased in 1901.
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"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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RAILROAD NOTES. CAIRO, July 16.:' Cholera has appeared-in i SARATOGA HOTELS READY. enough to hold the sessions of the
several quarters of this city, and is spread- #- in. To remedy this it is proposed to I TIRES. EDITOR RE-

, The International Railroad Company is ing in the Arab quarter. There have been VISITORS ARRIVING IN CROWDS EVERY DAY- put up a temporary wigwam large enough

rapidly working on its wharf at the foot of four cases in the hospital, one of which THE FIVE GREAT INNS FILLING UP AND to hold 10,000 people. This will cost it is TO THE PATRONS OF THE FLORIDIAN.

Whiting street, us well as pushing ahead fatal.ALEXANDTIA. THE SEASON OF GAYETY AND MONEYMAKING thought, $15,000 or $20,000: ( more than the With this
proved issue the Floridian
lumber will sell for my con-
after the.
convention is
with the grading of the road-bed. There is nection with
; WELL UNDER WAY. There it ceases. On the 11th inst.
over. will be
16. There no difficulty in
July raising
were thirty-
no doubt that the Plant road (South Florida SARATOGA July 7.;This i is the first weekof this amount if it is decided to hold the 'the entire establishment was sold to Newton
Road') will be built as rapidly as any road five cases of death from cholera at Damietta real business that Saratoga has had this vention here. "I will give $5,000 of it myself M. Bowen and James W. Dorr, who will

was ever built in the State, and that the yesterday, 61 at Mansurah, 22 at Samanoud, season. On Monday and Tuesday the town ," one of the leading hotel men said to from I have henceforth manage and control it.
and 20 at Menzaleh. The panic in Alexandra was dull enough, and the piazzas of the big me last evening. The convention meets not taken this step without pain
Gordon road will be a success.-The Plant hotels almost in and regret. Forty-two I entered
were enipty. And June years
when ago
even ,
caused by fear that the cholera will on we are not busy, and it
Investment,Company has commenced build- Wednesday it was riokvery. lively. But the would make us practically a double season. the Floridian office as its foreman, and 'a
ing the South Florida Railroad at the foot reach there has been renewed, and the peo Fourth was no sooner over than the rush The hotels could afford to pay for three- from that time to the present I have never

Colonel Renfro has charge ple are leaving the city in large numbers. began. On Thufsday the United States and quarters of the building, and they would ceased to be identified with it in one capacity -
of Polk street.
There have been two cases of a disease Grand Union Hotels' had about 150 arrivals do it." Everybody who speaks of it is eager or another. It is no exaggeration to
,I of the work. A temporary wharf for receiving sup- each, and yesterday was Buite as good day. to have the convention here, and the Sara- :say that, so long an intimacy with its fortunes -

iron, etc., has already been built by posed to be cholera at B'.ilak.! Six deaths When the week, ..opened there were less togians will make a strong effort to get it. good and bad, has brought me to feel

and the being builtis from cholera have occurred at Wagsa. than 1,000 guests in the five large hotels. "The five Saratoga hotels" the big hotel such an affection for the paper as to make .
the one now
company, Now there are more than 2,000, and the old men coolly talk about though there are it, as it were, a part of myself, and naturally ;1

permanent, and will be large and suitablefor SENATOR JONES IN DUBLIN.THE place begins to look, like itself Up to the more than 50. They refer to the Grand enough I cannot part with it and its hostsof 1

the purpose intended.-Tampa Guardian.Mr. middle of the week thesjcason was considered Union, the United States, Congress Hall, true friends without emotion. My chief
rather backward. Nod, on the contrary, the Clarendon, and the Windsor. Theseare reason for doing so is the state of my: health
W. Jerome Green, who recently purchased FLORIDA STATESMAN DINED BY THE LORD which renders
it is forward the a withdrawal from business
thought very for the crowds do larger ones, of course, and probably
the Lawton interest in the Jackson- MAYOR. not usually come before the 15th of July. combine more luxury and elegance than pursuits desirable, if not necessary.

ville, St. Augustine & Halifax River Railroad I A special correspondent of the Philadelphia There is as much animation now in the any five hotels in the world. The Grand In editorial looking over the past, especially since ?

is now making a thorough investigation Press thus describes the dinner given to streets as there 'will be in the middle of Union is the only hotel I know of that has the direction of the paper has been
August, perhaps more, and the hotel men its own private rainbow. One of the foun- under my control, while I see some thingsto
of the line and all its various possibilities. Senator Jones, of Florida, by Charles Daw- have started ,up all the, attractions in the tains in the garden is so situated that regret. I feel on thewhole that the Florid-

He has become convinced that a branch son, M. P.. Lord Mayor of Dublin : way of electric lights, bands, and various sunshiny morning there is a rainbow reach-every ian has done, or at least has tried to do, its

road to Dago, or South Beach, is necessary, At the table the Lord Mayor had Senator other matters that indicate a fully opened ing half-way across one of the lawns. It is full duty the in contributing towards develop

and says it will be built. Yesterday in Jones at his right and Mr. Parnell to his season. enough think of to make any hotel man feel dizzy to ing now cheering new Florida the hopes whose and prospects hearts of are its ,
There is little outward the money that has been d ,
very change in spent on
company with that energetic and most effi- left. Beside him stood three lackeys, at- Saratoga from what it was last year. Everything the Grand Union. But it was, spent to good old and new citizens. That it will continue .

cient of railroaders, Superintendent Ming, tired in gilt and bright clothes, with their looks about the same among the ho- purpose, and produced a hotel that, like Allsop's on this line I believe and know. My successors -
Mr. Green rode on muleback to South heads powdered. To my Yankee mind the tels and business houses. There are, perhaps bitter beer", is seldom equaled and strangers are to practical printers and no

Beach, making, as he went, a sort of preliminary idea occurred that maybe the Right Honorable some,of a few them more carrying stores large than stocks ever of before fine, never nephews excelled.of African There are Kings 220 in grandsonsand the din- Bowen has been newspaper the city management.editor of the Florid Mr. !r..k

survey of the intended branch Lord Mayor of Dublin was advertisinghis goods, and others trying to sell things that ing-room, driven by financial difficulties to ian have for many months and its local columns
attested his
road. There is not a bit of doubt of the best brand of flour. It is not untrue to must go off very slowly.I There are, for instance waiting on the guests. It looks like a fifteenth ability. He has industry made them, good taste and ;

success of the proposed branch if completed, state that, as far as I could see, the affairpartook several places where silverware and dining-room amendment doors convention when the most interesting feature of the perhaps :Mr.the
silver plate are sold, although do open. They are all very paper.
and assured that it will people Dorr is West "
we be a Floridian
are certainly of a political nature-a Parnell not usually go out of town to a watering stylish, and some really handsome. Any- to the manor n
built. Mr. Green's ride yesterday must have demonstration to an official of the United place to buy such articles. There'are alleged body who takes one of the waiters for a born, who has made his mark as a hard
been hot one.-Tiine. Union.i Turks and i dunce is likely to get left." I heard and able worker as well in his native State
a &- States. The en tire absence of guests of any improvised Egyptians selling one as elsewhere. In 1852 he edited r
i I or trying to sell.all, sorts of gimcracks of them get off a good thing this morning. the Milton ; ti
other party than Home Rulers, at a great He was with Courier and later he was sole editor of the
talking of
NEWS NOTES. in the way of rugs, painted teapots, and articles one the guests he
banquet by the executive of a city to a for made of sundal-wood imported from waits on in the corridor. "Yes, Sir," said Mobile Evening News, and at the same time .d
Schoharie There he, as I passed, motto is the assistant editor of the Advertiser, a morn- t
HOME. eign gentleman, speaks for itself. County. are wi -makers my same as ,
the Prince paper city. When these two
and hair-dressers. There of Wales-I Serve. That wasn't
The army worm has made its appearance When the edibles had been cleared away different firms of manicures are and two pedicures or three bad for a waiter. At the United States journals were consolidated early in the war t'

in and wine and cigars only served order things done with the Mobile Register, Mr. Dorr became
Pennsylvania.Six were and rivalry among them runs high, though are on an equally grand scale. yF
hundred and sixty children died in was rapped for, and the toast to the Queen, they say that all the dudes go to the lady In either house there is not much left to be late assoiated John with that prince under of editors, the M
desired in the whom he was
manicure. while the ladies matter of good accommodations
E-O to the manicure ?
also coeval with the chain : o-
was proposed by
New York last week the from dis- further instructed in the journalistic art.
majority or good feed. A told .
His Honor in a non-committal kind of way with a mustache. There seem tooo1)e) n.. n _.. ,__ _u___:__ _. _>lady. me a .fun- In ISH he revived N.eJ.. _PPIl___<_:;!_lf'nh_ n-..
eases contracted 11 > ---- n
during the hot term. more conveyances than ever for hire, and y oiuij ja1.: evening uuuut leer experIence
with a bearing to Home Rule. The toast livery prices are not unreasonable. with the United States Hotel. Her husbandwas zette (the first paper ever printed in Flori- :
Mrs. Mary Ann Chandler mother of Secretary Everything I. da ) and this while '
paper, under his control
acquainted here but it ,
was drank standing and in silence. No one indeed, is offered at a reasonable was her first faithful y
Chandler, died at her residence in price. There is hardly, of the fancy visit. to Saratoga. They arrived in the eve- was and earnest in promoting the 1.
responded to it. That the skeletonat and anal
was one growth prosperity of Pensacola his
Concord N. H. last ning and walked over to the United States.
Saturday, aged 82 years. charging distinguished the fashionable
native State. & *
this festive board of Nationalists. The Saratoga merchant a few The lady saw nothing butaplain brick wall. Subsequently he connected ,' '
The :
years ago.
Hartford insurance clerks took to guess- United States was responded to by Mr. E. New York papers sell for 5 cents. Over at and it was too dark to see that that wall himself with the New Orleans TimesDemocrat .
ing how many dollar bills were required to I the Congress Spring 10 ran down the street something like three- as a correspondent, but since January .
Dwyer Gray, in a skillful and dip omatic you pay cents for a last he has been assistant
weigh as much $20 single admission to the park) and lubricate quarters ofa mile. The house was too near my on the Florid-
as a gold piece. The
little speech. He is a clever man ; perhapsthe your interior with all the water want I the railway station to suit her, and she did ian, and. indeed, I may say (and it is due to .,y' ..
lowest guess was 350 and the highest 1,000, ablest man of all the Nationalists ; and without shoving a nickel at the you for I not like the looks of it anyhow. So she told him that I should so say.) has been the au-
while the real number 34. boy her thor of the great majority of the editorials #''d
was husband
she didn'tvant
when he talks he seldom blunders.As every glass he draws ,you. In the shops to stay there in its
The Alabama man who has applied to I have things sell at fair priceg a little.above New -she wanted to go to a better hotel. appearing columns.
,{ right or wrong, attacbed.polit-. This much by of introducing ._
''York brut You'll find it a comfortable way my successors -
prices, very place
perhaps, tmuch
and ,
the Kentucky State fair for ical in and to show rt
permission to significance to the the Floridian's
banquet, it may not nearly all of them the things sold are of the said her husband, trying not to smile. readers
exhibit there his little girl, 31 years old,certainly be out of place, and, indeed, may serve a best quality, such as Saratoga visitors are But I don't want to go to that nasty little I but that they are no mere tyros journalism,

promises to put on show a strange, good cause, to give a paragraph here and supposed to want. There are railroads run- "place" said the lady. men, well of experience maintain ,the who character will, I feel of confident the-
Well it will do for'over
freak of nature. The lassie has three separ- there from the speeches which the ning nearly everywhere from here and one night at any for to its
by by, short excursions can be made to rate, said the husband, "and in the morn- paper courtesy worthy brethren
ate and distinct tongues, the two smaller being taken all in all, were the worst afterdinnereffort of places-excursions that need a not number keep ing we can hunt up a better place." So fairness and reliability in politics and devotion i i

beneath the main one and attached tot it ever was my mournful lot to have the visitor away from his hotel over night. they went in, the lady very reluctantly. of the to State.the welfare,progress and development ; ';

near the) .rnnt- .._ -Part n___ine,,__ _in__ _ofYoi__,__ _lifo u_. flio..._' to listen to. Mr. Gray closed his response. A four-in-hand coach makes two trips daily When she got in and saw what the place C. E. DYKE. i i ; s
child be to the toast in this wise: to the lake, and another carries was she was, as she says. ready to drop."
might more grateful for a surgicaloperation "The American nation was far enoughoff through Judge Hilton's big park passengers, which is And when she saw by the card tacked on TO THE READER. E ". t"
now than for being put on exhi- to judge impartially of the Irish strug- brighter and handsomer this year than ever. the inside of the chamber door that the priceof In taking charge of the columns of the Tal- FN R.

bition.A gle, and he hoped they would continue to The Judge himself occupies his cottage in board was $5 a day and upward, "she lahassee Floridian, the old and influential .d,,

give the Irish people that material, as wellas the park, and nearly every day may be seen was ready to drop again. They did not advocate of the best interests of the State, ,
Middleborougb, Mass., dispatch says: moral support, which was so essential to watching the play of the fountains at the go out to look for a better place in the morn- we chiefly feel the hesitancy which is engendered i ..,

Charles Heywood Stratton, better knownto a nation struggling, as was the Irish nation, Grand Union Hotel. Outside of the park ing.I. in regret that the failing health of .

the public as General Tom Thumb, diedat obtain, bv constitutional methods, those there are some good drives, but not many. will not undertake the task of even men- its veteran and honored editor should silence ; ),

his residence here at 8} o'clock Monday rights of which she had been deprived by It is a wonder the Saratogians do not mend tioning all the smaller hotels. A great the pen which for nearly half a century illustrated -
unconstitutional means." [Applause.] their roads, and thus induce New Yorkersto many of them are enormous buildings and his wisdom, his patriotism and his '=
morning of apoplexy. He had been slightly T. P. O'CONNOR'S bring out their carriages. It seems to me are called small ones here on account of the public spirit. To emulate him is an honest

indisposed for a few days, but nothing seri- SPEECH. the people here have a better to the comparison with the States, Union, and aspiration, but to equal him in his capacity "

ous was anticipated. He was born in Bridge- America Mr. T.last P. O'Connor M. P., who was in main chance than the people in eye most Sum- Congress Hall. Even Congress Hall itself for usefulness is what we may but hope to i, i
year, followed Mr. Gray in re- resorts. comes to he regarded as alittlPsmnllstanding do. Conducting this paper, this central
port, Conn., on January 4, 1838, and was sponse to "The United States.. In the ______ .._ L_ _They_ -"_ know.. ..there. is a _lot _of beside the other two -- organ" was not a business w,
.._- M '.:- -----'-- *- --' IIJVIlty .u ue muiie, aim I )Jiuey are alter u. though there are merely occupa- ;
consequently 45 years old. At the age of IVLLIJG"The ui ma icuiai&a ue SalG : But they don't try to get it all at one jump, not many hotels in the country that are as tion, and it would never have become 1 E
14 he entered the service of P. T. Barnum, I policy which was now called the as they do in some places.-They sell good large. Among the small lintels are the Arlington a fixed institution' if its proprietor

and has been before the public ever since. allowed pinch of to hunger policy would have been I articles at fair prices, offer the best of accommodations the Adelphi, the Kensington, the had so considered it. As a business merely : ,
accomplish its full ends in this and American, the Continental, and the Colum- it was entitled to the usual reward of indus ,
He leaves a widow who has been the country if it were not for the by making visitors as com-
on charity that fortable as possible, induce them to bian. Most of these are big hotels, with try and ability ; but pecuniary interest waseversubordinatedtothedictatesofprinciple.
stage with him since their marriage, in 1863. was given to our people by their brethren, again and spend more money. This is come fine accommodations. I went through the 1
and why
FOREIGN. sometimes by Americans of other blood I wonder they do not fix their roads. There Columbian yesterday, kept by Harris & The majority of newspapers attempted on

The Cabinet has during a period of famine; but. much as ought to be a hundred miles of handsomeand Price, of Washington. The house is a mar- this highest plane of journalism have failed 4'
Spanish considered
favorably they felt that charity, deep as their grati- well kept drives around such vel of neatness and comfort. Harris& Pricey because they lacked what this possessed- ,

the project of France for the construc- tude for that generosity was, the assistance Saratoga. But instead of a hundred a place thereare as ars ago, were two young Englishmen. practical business talent to second and sustain

tion of a tunnel under the Straits of Gib- they wanted was above all moral assistance, not ten. I overheard a wealthy New. Now they are two young Americans, but the genius of the work. By such hap- i6

raltar. and whatever material assistance they want- Yorker talking with the hotel liveryman : they still }have the English notion of making DV combination----. -- ___ in_ it51_ "n1'nnnptn___ '___" .,. Hu..._> _1/r.M.v. ..,.'_
ed was not for the purpose of alleviating on one of the hotel piazzas, a noiei cozy ana comiortauie. ur. tan struck roots deep and firm, and became {

The Abbe" Moigno is said to have actually temporary misery, but for the purpose of The livery man was fearing Wednesday.the season Strong's "remedial institute" is, as usual, a a power in the land," for it was the voiceof

formed a company in Paris, with a capitalof destroying would the permanent causes which .I would be a bad one. favorite resort for the clergy. There are always a man strong and true-wise in counsel, i I ;y
make that misery endure as long as I enough ministers there to save the apt of speech, earnest in purpose, promptin
$150,000, to get Pharaoh's chariot out of the cause existed. From "My dear, Sir," said the New-Yorker
their people abroad town from destruction, if Providence should effort for the right or in opposition to g'. : '
the Red Sea.Locusts they would continue to receive that assistance 'don't worry your mind about a bad season. try the Sodom and Gomorrah racket on it. the wrong. His mind compassed the prob- ,

from the American people they would There is only one Saratoga in the United For Catholic priests there is no place like lems of statecraft as they arose, and suggested r
are making havoc in Venezuela, continue to receive svmnntliv." States, and everybody wants to come here.
the Grand Union. They like the good feed, the method of remedy or the plan of support -
ana in many other parts 01 tmsueraispnere. If these remarks were intended to draw Every year there are more and more people you see, and they have a festive habit of and in politics he was ever alive to (,
They have reached Puerto Cabello, Valen- out the Senator they wofully failed. I am in the country who can afford to come and having champagne labels pasted on their an emergency of "situation "-and was $

cia, and other places. Should they not sure he did not "smell a mouse." His every year (with some possible exceptions) apollinaris bottles to mislead the public. "right on it," coming to the front, as it A ';
ravage remarks in response to the toast "Our business here is bound to be better. People There are eight or ten of them at the Union were involuntarily-impelled to grasp and
the valleys of Caracas, as it is feared they Guest," warrant the suspicion on my part. would not only come themselves but some now, taking their three rations a day with- control the rising issue to usefulness or divertit

will, their devastations would be a great The host, proposing the toast, said that the would bring their horses and carriages, and, out grumbling. to harmlessness. In him it was demon-

drawback to the pleasure expected at the Senator who had honored them with his I of course, their servants if you Saratogiansgave strated that partyism was patriotism, and

presence was one of seventy chosen to rep- them any encouragement in the way List of Letters so in saying that the Democratic party never .
approaching Bolivar centennial festivities. resent fifty millions. of good drives. But you don't. I have understand
can sufficiently and
three Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina appreciatehow
The idea of a canal through the Isthmus, SENATOR JONES' REPLY. horses here, but have hardly any much it owes him we mean the Stateof
chance to use them. If I go a mile out of Nassau county, Florida, July 20, 1883. Florida which the
like Democracy rescued '
that of the Lesseps, was considered The adroit speech of the Senator made me town the wheels either buried -
are in sandor Persons calling for these letters must from ruin and is sustaining in b
rather of him. say progress.He
practicable, and the excavation was actually: proud think he may be grate over big gravel or small stones. I loved the State he knew
advertised no section he
safely trusted abroad again. Listen to him drive : ; ;
commenced 2,500 and in the : out every morning before breakfast worked for the of the
years ago good whole. To ac-
I back look
came to at the land
of Anhorn Gertie
for exercise but Morris. James J.
my as to going for pleasure-
reign of Ptolemy Philadelphus, 273 years father and of my mother in a modest way, bah Atkins, Mrs. S. Macy, John complish an object in aid of the party,

before the Christian era, the union of the with no intention of offending the suscepti- Saratoga is about the only American Barker, D. R. Mdnoe, John which meant the State, he cared not if self-

! two seas was perfected. The canal passed bilities of anybody, entertaining that sin- watering-place where a newspaper corre- Baker, J.M. O'Neil,Margaret sacrifice little whether were involved his ; and it troubled him tit fa
cere love of country which has followed Cook Robinson agency was recognized on ,[t.
me pondent is not Henry Esther
very nearly along the route of its modern every year given a list of its merits, or misconstrued .
or misrepresented -
through life [cheers] and which I
Cotton Ann
hope, new hotels built, big additions made and Mary Rogers, Mathe ('
successor, entering the Red Sea near the will go down with me to the grave. [Hear, changes in ownership. The hotels here are Caly, George Strath, Wilhelm by stupid,the baffled or the malig- d<
nant. "His
I present town of Suez, and was of sufficient hear.] Realizing as I do, in all modesty, solid buildings of brick. large enough to Dickinson, C. M. Sweetwine, Jane thoroughly empire was domain 1'n himself" a ifs

depth and breadth to allow of the passageof the importance of the position which the hold all who come, and they go on unchanged Dollen,Jones Stewart, Richardson outside assault independent, self-contained in, his defying own 1
suffrages of a free people have given me, I after that Dother, Martha Snyder E. L.
year year, except they
galleys of a considerable size. Moreover, did not come here to intrude myself upon are constantly adding new furniture and Hoyt, Thos. Tracy, L. P. integrity of purpose, scorning explanation, f '!
unless demanded
it in aid
it is an historical fact that in the year 31 H. anybody, or to put forth any opinion which patting on fresh coats of paint. Being solid, Hunt, Mrs. W. H. Underhill, Chas. B. for policy the public weal and when of he his"service ,

C. Cleopatra, after the battle of Actium,seeing might jar upon the communities with which they are much cooler, of course, than the Haddock, Stephen Williams, Joseph plained" opponents ;went down before ex- '
I live. That. I have convictions with King
that the forces of Egypt were unable to regard common run of frame hotels. There is JamesBrookins the grim battery" of his facts and logic.
to Ireland, and a sincere love for her
every- that Josephine .
probability next
every though, season We :
of thus
resist those of Rome attempted to take her body who knows anything about well liberty referring to it:
me there will be 'for
some building, Saratoga is RIDDELL P. M. Editor C. E.
Dyke,just as we and thousands
fleet through it into the Red Sea, with the knows ; but at the same time I am aware going to make arb g effort to have one of have understood and appreciated him for, tI-, ,

view of into distant land that I am part and parcel of a great govern- the National Conventions. There is hotel Yesterday morning a serious accident ;
escaping a a pro- ment which holds amicable hap- many years ; and to maintain his old
relations paper
ject which failed from the hostility of the the people and accommodatien here for all the people who pened to the eastern bound passenger train in its political, social and industrial useful-
persons exercising public can possibly come-room for a hundred and on the Florida Central & Western Railroad ness, in the interest of our people State and r
Arabs. The channel existed for centuries authority over Ireland and the British isles, fifty thousand strangers, it is estimated, and about five miles west of Tallahassee. Almost country at large, we assume a responsibility '

after the time of Cleopatra, but became gradually and I do not suppose that any Irishman I think this is not an overestimate consid- the entire train was ditched, and Express. that we feel p all its weight and import.

locked up and obliterated by the then soil would to enter expect into me a at discussion this time of and on this ering the great size of the hotels and the almost Agent DeCottes and Mail Agent Griffin were We receive it from his hands as a solemn : '

purely po- innumerable boarding-houses. But slightly injured. The accident was caused trust and God help us to guard it aright. I u
unconquerable sand. litical questions. the one thing lacking iea building large by rottan cross-ties.-Times-Union. DORR & BOWEN

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,;: ,1.1. .,.<. : ." .' t. Br THE YEW EDGE. where in the Midlands, isn't it? Is it a nice \ alpenstock and nailed boots and two days'provisions. young and strong and eager to work, if I him little more than a l life-interest in it
"'. "I 1 Y.,! ."' sort of place?" Must be madness in his family. only she could find work to do ; and he a and to render it impossible to alienate it'
I' "f : l''.. :, Up and down the terrace pacing, where the 44 Oh, no! not nice-not pretty at all ; a Bah beastly stuff this ; take it away !" weak old man, stricken into childishness by from himself. Ralph looked
i 1ft J w', ,' \;, Winter sunlight glowed, great manufacturing town, with enormous At supper he was cynical.This comes the blow that took away his all. She would the conviction slowly dawned very grave as
i r; 'M : t' And the sound of falling waters timed my lace and stocking factories, all hard, and of picking up traveling companions The gladly work, if work were only to be found ; that Madge and duty were! identical upon him and
l;: : f: ij'rI"1 footsteps as I strode, busy and money-making; nothing beauti- young fellow looked a gentleman, but no but every place seemed so over-full already ; his mother's urgent entreaties that; he
,:,' :. Pacing where! the tall yew hedges kept the ful. I think the only nice thing in it is the doubt he's one of the swell mob-just see if and at last one day, in utter despair, she, should give her the daughter she had always -
;: !: r ", ii, bitter blast away, school of art, a splendid one, for lace designing my dressin intact, will you, Decie? called on an old friend, a lace manufacturer, longed for-all pressed into the
) ; ': ", And the noontide smiled like Summer on is such a branch. I spent my hap- *-or flying from his creditors. At all events, and asked if she might not try some of the scale. same
; :'"it' .I.. '., j'i ty : :. the January day. piest hours as a child studying at that art one gentleman does not treat another in lace-work Stockingham women do in their I know she has always cared for "
I \ j f: '. : '" school. Switzerland is the first realizationof this way. Pray, did he honor you with his own homes-clipping, mending or drawing she kept repeating; and though Ralph you,
y }t t. .c, Up and down the terrace pacing, for a musing my childhood's dream of beauty ; but plans, Decie ?" threads from the machine-made lace. modest fellow enough, the wasa
t 'tJ,,1' J ,'"'' ,j hour alone, your life must have been so different!1" "No, papa" said poor Decie, but she Old Mr. Stacey's gold eye-glasses needed seemed another claim. He told himself assurance he
,'f fY. si : While the river's music mingled with the Yes, different enough !1" with half a could say no more ; only she knelt a long frequent polishing, and his handkerchiefcame was beginning to, forget the woman who
.r jlJ ": .'-r baffled east wind's moan ; smile. 4II am international, you know. time before her window that night, lookingup into constant use as she talked ; but had been all too kind, and hcnestly
:i And a presence seemed beside me, very My father went to America and at the Matterhorn's it thought
very voung jagged peak, as he was too shocked at her story to answer the pain of remembrance was
i ) ; ,d, close and very-dear, married a New York girl, and after his shone in the silver moonlight.All anything, but that she ought to" have better only because he instinctively avoided growing
l t 't J.: 1 A strong hand my hand was clasping, a death I was sent to England to be educated. next day it was the same; more irrita- work than that to do; and she was turning that could remind him of the everything bitter--
td! low voice was in my. ear. Eton and Oxford made me an Englishman, tion from her father
: .j 1 ; more apprehension in rather sadly to go when he called her back. ness of the past ; and he himself hardly
:' .:.'.! : Words of counsel, words of comfort, words and foreign travel finished the compound.Yet her own heart and a sort of sickening feeling By the way, Decie," he said, perhaps knew that he always scanned the first col-
my mother and my home are in New of unspoken terror. People at the hotel be- could You have been in
you help me. umns of the Time so narrowly. She
c c I.: of dear companionship, was
'r Yr York, and I often think there is a good deal gan to wonder too ; to speculate what the Switzerland. Do know Swiss flower married
a long doubt
i 1 you no and it
And the blue the ago.
I -: 'd aA eyes spoke as softly as mobile ; was
of American left about
I me yet. rash young:American could have meant to called the edelweiss." only-right that he should
'n lip marry Madge.
p. !' Hope grew eager brighter; grief sweeter 441 am sure of it," she answered demurely. do-when he would return ; to talk of the Did she know it? Her heart leaped up, He used to repeat the list of her virtues to
grew C
t'..: ''f f1 \ doubt, ashamed, shrank ,quite .' 4II have heard you say, Why, certainly folly of venturing to climb without a guide ; but she assented very quietly. himself and try to feel convinced that
away, at least a dozen times and distinctly to shake their heads. The
r you hot had
,\' day "Because I'm at my wit's end. An matter-of-fact, goodnatnred
As two in the commonplace
paced together
: ) we on January
I'; d day guessed' one day at :Martigny !1" cooled off into another brilliant night, and American buyer has just come over, and was by no means a drawback in the motherof
r ,, 'i ; Verriker laughed delightedly. Did she again Decima knelt at her low window the
'. ? in wants to order a large amount of lace with one's children ; and that it was a blessing
d ,.' .q, Ii Swift and sweet the moments passed me, as actually remember so small a thing about white moonlight, trying to soothe a feverish the pattern of an edelweiss. I shall lose the I Madge had no sentiment, and would not
r ':::.;"' ::1 .,.. the sunshine paled o'erhead, him ? But as a needle clings to the mag- headacheand to pray ; when all at once order if I can't execute it in the next fortnight I miss the love he could notgive her.
w; :' "fd, J !: And to common life returning, fell the slow net, so the lover cleaves to one subject, and some one loomed out of the shadow below ; and where to get the design I don't And so it came to pass that a certain
s,.t 'l r reluctant tread; he was back again in an. instant to the chief some one whom even that light showed to know. I've sent right and left, and can't night found them both at a New York reception -

1- ':;' 1l Yet my hushed heart from its commune, patience topic of interest. be weary and worn and travel-stained ; an find even a picture of the thing ; my designer and at the crisis of their fate. He ,
;y : i;;i ;'fl strength, and courage drew ; Speaking II of guessing, be said, drawingnearer eager voice whispered her name ; and, borne don't even know it by name.' You don't had led her away into the conservatory, a I
,' :J. :;,4" And north skies with southern splendor I have had a fertile matter of spec- high on the point ota tall alpenstock,something happen to have a sketch or a specimen of gorgeous affair, blazing with rare exotics
!" .:' ;'..: : gilded all darkling pew. ulation in your name. What is it Captain was laid gently down upon the win- it, do you?" and colored lamps; with shaded nooks,
Hereford calls you? Decie! How quaint dow-ledge at her side, No need to whatit 44 Oh I have-I have flower."
; l -All the Year Round. see yes, a and the splash of a tiny fountain-a sort of
t : t i, and how pretty I never beard it before." was ; the prayer ended in a passionate '* No-have :you? By Jove how lucky Fifth Avenrre garden of Eden.
I ,,?: :ry too EDELWEISS.l. 44' Oh, it is short for Decima. Do you likeit thanksgiving, and, while burst of welcome, Could you-would you mind lending it to They had both been sitting silent-they ,
a.. \., ? I always think it so angular and math- congratulations and questions broke from me for a few days?" never had roach to say to each other-and
,' -; "' ematical. I was the tenth child, and the the hotel party below, the pale moonlight "Oh, but I believe I could do better than Ralph, as he sat elbow on' knee, stroking
only one who lived out of babyhood. It shone upon a girl's face pressed upon that-I think, with a little help. I could design his moustache, looked more like a culprit
f. "And so that is really the Matterhorn seems so strange that I should have been the small, hard pillow of a narrow you a pattern. I picked up a little designing than a lover for he had made up his mindto
,f r. How bare and stern and cruel it looks, like the one to grow up; I often wonder why.," bed, and a starry white flower, bedewed at the School of Art years ago, andI settle matters to-night, and never had
a petrified decree of judgment." Ralph looked as though he could have with happy tears. know something about lace for don't van duty looked so unlovely. Yet Margaretwas
;A, ;,i "Now you suggest it," said he, "that offered a solution to that problem ; but they Half an hour later, s&: Capt. Hereford sat remember your girls and I all learned to at her best to-night, less florid and large
'1, ; p exactly describes it ; but there comes the were out of the woods now and on the high smoking his cigar upon the deserted bal- make pillow'lace once, for fun ?" than usual, and far softer and gentler than
; r: '; j flood-tide of mercy." And the rush of road, and a crowd of lingering children, cony, Ralph Verriker came to him, crump- tTpon my soul !P* said Mr. Stacey, quite he had ever seen her, with none of the loud
;\ ,; .glowing sunset crimson, which swept over venders of pebbles, and lichen and Alpine ling an envelope in his hand, and looking breathless. Decie, my dear, you're an an- colors he had such a horror -all in simple
;1\ Alpine peak and snow-bound plateau, flowers, saw in the belated travelers one last disturbed and agitated. gel I Just bring that flower to my design- snowy: lace and muslin.
l",,;. hushed them both for a moment. chance of centimes sent by a beneficent "May I speak to you on a matter of great ing-room to-morrow morning, and try what What a pretty dress Madge," he said
;4 t .' The two had climbed beyond the meadow Providence, and rushed up through the importance he asked. "I have just founda you and my designer can do. And look kindly ; I never saw you look so well."
i r} p '; and the belt of green larches and pines that gathering twilight like a horde of licensed telegram awaiting me from America, here, child, I'm to have a thousand pounds Madge's face brightened. She was rather
; hemmed it in, to see the sun set as it sets banditti, screaming and jabbering vocifer- summoning me home at once. Some one is down for the pattern of that lace, and if afraid of Ralph in general ; he was so odd,
t t nowhere else in like glory. At their feet lay outly. dangerously ill-it does not say who but I your pattern answers you shall have a hun- and talked of things she did not understand
; ji Zermatt, nestled in under the frowning 14Edelweiss Oh is it really the edel- fear it must be my mother. I must start at dred of it. And what's more, lots more but dress was a subject in which she was at;
; .' : v, heights, but that made the feeling of isolation I weiss?" exclaimed Decima, as a white-fIan- daylight to-morrow ; too much time has work of the same sort r better than clippingor home.
: ','. j; only the deeper ; the two old ladies nely-looking vegetable was thrust into her been lost already by the telegram following drawing eh, Decie?" And with a joyful "Yes, isn't it lovely?" she said with ani-
,;: who completed their sunset party had sat face.4C first I have seen I must haveit me about so. But'before I go I must say a heart Decima sped home. mation. u'J ust look at the lace even 'II
f?: ; down breathless fifty yards back, and to all !1" And she hastily felt for the pocket word to you, sir. I don't suppose you will Yet she almost hesitated when she un- admire it,.I should think. It cost; me some you -
f. I practical purposes they were alone with the I which women nowadays wear rather as a be much surprised that I have learned to locked! the little cedar box which was the thing. I can tell you. I daren't say what a
w :: mountains, he and she. penance than as a convenient receptacle ; love your daughter-no one could help it, I coffin of her dead past, and laid the small yard, though it's only machine-made. ButI
\ Fair samples of their age and period, both but Ralph interposed with an energy that should think ; and I hope-I dare to hope silvery blossom on her soft palm. Wouldhe thought myself lucky to get it. It I'MI'I
t :: ..of them. She slight, fair and gentle, with startled ber."Miss she likes me just a little. May I write to not have called this a profanation as even in the stores yet. I'm the first womanin
: 1 the exquisite coloring and quiet grace of Hereford, don't! I beg you won't her? I ought to tell you I am not a rich complete as that of the poor Swiss pebble- New York that has a dress of it. Mr. .
a : 'l manner that declared her nationality before think of it-pray don't Selling edelweiss man ; I have almost nothing of my own, venders ?' Yet, had he not been guilty of a Slater let me have it out of his wholesale
: '; one heard her English softness of speech ; was there ever such hideous profanation ? for though my nncle makes me a fair allow- greater vulgarism and desecration when place as a great favor-Silas P. Slater,
; "' ., he, tall, dark and active, English too, one It's like selling the bones of one's family for ance, I have a cousin who is his heiress, and he won her love only to cast it aside like a know, in Pearl street ; his buyer has just you
l r A' ; would have said, except for a certain nerv knife-handles. There, take that, you small he will leave me nothing. But I am youngI withered weed ? brought it over from England."
I i j. .ous energy and a half-suggestion of difference reptiles !I" And the whole crew vanished, am strong-I can work. I will get And all the long hours that she sat by Ralph hardly heeded her placid talk he
: L in accent and inflection of voice. yelling, after the handful of small coins that something to do at once, if only you will the designer's side, patiently guiding his had bent down dutifully to examine; the
; : They were friends of just a fortnight's rattled viciously down the hill-side. Dec give your consent." adaptation!: of the bewildering threads to her lace which she indicated but he raised his
:: ; : standing, and had met at Chamouni in the ima stood transfixed with surprise ; then A student Lavater might have reaped graceful drawing, while the Alpine flower head with a sudden start.;
u ;; ) most commonplace way possible-a mere Ralph's face of righteous wrath struck her years of education from a study of Capt. lay between them on the smokeblackenedtable "It is the edelweiss !'" he said, 'and then
!: ; :L: table d'hote acquaintance. But Ralph Ver- with mirth, and she burst into a merry Hereford's face during this address. Sur- there-seemed to ring in her ears the stopped short. That whole bright scene-
: riker was crossing'the Simplon to Zermatt, laugh. prise, bewilderment, consternation chased tones of a never-forgotten voice : "Hideous conservatory flowers, lights. Margaret's
f{' 'f .and Captain Hereford and his daughter had What an exercise of ferocious senti- each other over his countenance and eventually profanation!E I cannot bear the edelweissto plump form. all faded from before his
I. vague intentions in that direction too, so ment'she! said, when she could speak ; gave way to a strange expression, be profaned fr And, as if in answer to a and instead rose up the snow-clad hills.eyes
., they drifted together somehow and joined "what can it be all about?-not one little which it was, unfortunately, too dark for real accusation, her lips would move in the There was a glow of sunset light in the sky,
.' forces, and the last fortnight had been, at scrap of white flower, surely? Why am I Verriker to observe or he might have beena voiceless murmur: For my father's sake." a hush twilight in the air two dark figures
least to one of them, a whole fortnight fresh I not to have it, please?" wiser man. To tell the truth, Decima's Slowly, slowly the design grew into shape, hand in hand; his own voice, quick and
I I from Eden. "Don't really know?" he asked, laugh- father exercising fascination Dec-
you was tOQ self-engrossed to have noticed a strange over eager, smote-on her ear : Profanation-
i Perhaps many men might have in-I ing-too at his own vehemence. Perhaps I Ralph's devotion ; and perhaps even had ima, as she fingered over the border, whichwas vulgarizatiomr*
'r t two weeks of such daily intercourse and was rather violent, but the vulgarization of this suitor been the man of means his appearance to simulate the ridges of Alpine snow, What had' he been about to do? He start-
r : timate association with a mind so pure and the present age is a thing that disgusts me and surroundings had led Capt. and touched up the tiny flower in perspec- ed to his feet in violent agitation, and walk-
i ;'I a spirit so sweet as Decima Hereford's fatal beyond words. To sell edelweiss and for Hereford to believe him, it would have tive, which she insisted on putting insteadof ed to the doorand then came back to his
: to their peace of mind ; but the peace of you to buy it! But don't you really know?" been a sore struggle to consider his daugh- the conventional sprig so dear to ma- cousin's side.. His face wore a look no one
.I mind of some people is a thing soon to be "Know? I know nothing except that it ter's happiness before his own ; but as it chine-lace. : I ;h restored, and many men are never so happy is a Swiss flower, and grows just on the edgeof was, this candid avowal of poverty, for original and so exquisite a lace made, shame.
x us with some such disturbing cause. Not the eternal snow, and that I want onevery many reasons, took away his breath, and they said ; and the exultant buyer over- Madge," hesaid, I'm afraid I'm a brute;
#, t so Ralph Verriker ; there was strength of much as a memento of my visit to decided the question on the instant. His whelmed Dl-cima with congratulations be- forgive me, please; but I meant to ask you
will in brow and chin which went to showy Switzerland but that doesn't account for the fore he back the Atlantic
r ; : only thought was how most plausibly to sped across to something to-night which I had no businessto
y 1 that his was not a fancy lightly to wax and energy of your conduct in defrauding me of give an absolute check to such presump- dazzle the eyes of the American market do ; I can't do it. What I want to ask
and the most casual observer it," with its latest trinmph of the Stockingham
wane, might tuous hopes. you now is, if you will let me give you half
have read his present state of mind by only "Then you don't know the story-the 44 My dear Verriker !" He cleared his looms ; while Decima walked home to a of Uncle Thomas's money annually-the
1' : !, too obvious signs. I desire to exhibit all meaning? No? Well then, listen ; and throat, then went on more firmly : "I'm certain shabby little house one night, rich money that ought to be all yours. It's left
due respect to age, but truth rules me, and give me your hand once more, please ; this very sorry-very. I confess I never guessedat in a banking account of a hundred pounds, so unjustly that I can't give it you out and
my testimony to Captain Hereford's intense bit of path is rough again." this till very recently, but it's out of the and prospective work and wages. out ; but you'll: let me do that?"
unpleasantness as a traveling companion 44 Once there was a maiden-so the legend question-quite. Not only the nationalityand : She was so happy that she even tried to Margaret stared at him for a moment,
i ; ,.only throws up Ycrriker's slavish objection runs-so fair, so pure, so heavenly-minded ; limited means-I trust I'm as free make the story plain to the poor childish then burst into a hearty laugh.
; to him in a more amiable light; and, as all that no suitor was found worthy to win her; from narrow prejudice as any manbutthe wreck that had once been Captain Here- 44 )gracious, Ralph !I" she said, is that
virtue reaps some reward even in this world and so, though all men vainly sighed for her, fact :is my dear fellow, my daughter is ford ; and to her delight he listened, and all? I know what you meant, and you've
.of injustice, Ralph's payment had come at last she was metamorphosed into a white -ah-hum-already engaged"" seemed' to understand, till he came to the tried your best, though I guess aunt rather
1 ',I with compound interest on this July evening star-like flower, and placed high up on the Engaged?" uttered Verriker, in a voiceof end, and held up the bit of edelweiss that egged you on ;but it was no use; I saw that :
." when he was actually entrusted with loftiest mountain tops, close to the snow horrified incredulity. had laid the- corner-stone of fortune for as soon as you came home from abroad, .,
,'1 the sole guardianship of Miss Hereford's she resembled, to be forever a type of the Yes yes," rejoined the reprobate, growing them. both. The sight seemed to awaken some other girl had been first. As for me '-1 y
:.:I personal safety in their sunset expedition. womanhood that is purest and most lovely. bolder with success. "Why, the wed- some long dormant chord of association don't bother yourself. I told Charlie Anson ;
: { There was a delicious thrill of exultation to And because the flower was only found ding's all but settled-old friend, you know, for he moved, uneasily in his arm-chair and last night that I'd marry him. I like him J
him in the situation they were so utterly through peril and toil, and an upward muttered Switzerland, Switzerland," then
i and all that. 'Pon my word, I'm sorry, awfully, and he's twice as rich as you, you I
alone struggle, it became a saying through all the seemed to doze heavily and and
'j : Verriker; and there was enough shame left ; by know. But: : you spoilt my story about the
.; The world had died cantons that to win the love that was high in the old man to make him blush in the awoke with start of terror and a great lace. Of curse it's edelweiss ; that's what
:1E: And left the twain in solitude ;" est and noblest was 'to pluck the edelweiss;' darkness. trembling. they call it-edelweiss lace-a Swiss flower.
: 'i" : and to enjoy the unearthly glories of an and no higher honor could any lady merit .4 But :Miss Hereford," stammered poor, Decie, Decie," he cried, with working Slater says. And he told me about it-in
,: Alpine sunset in the companionship of a than to have the little white flower placed, bewildered Ralph" I had thought had features and frightened eyes. You never confidence of course-how it was designedby
: -; : perfectly appreciative and sympathetic nature as her own emblem, within her gentle hand. dared to hope-and he stopped short. knew. I sent him away, your young Amer- some young lady in Stockingham to help
) i 1 is a gratification not granted to every So at length it grew to be sacred to betrothals 44 Yes, yes, I think she feared so. I saw ican lover. lie was poor, and I could not her sick father along. He was a captain in
;. .r I as the orange-blossom is sacred to mar it in her manner. She's young, you know, let you go and leave me. I told him you the British army and lost his money. Wasn't
h {- soul.There was not much need of speech after riage ; and no maiden might be won till her and tender-hearted ; perhaps she seemed too were engaged to some one else. I lied. Can it queer? Did Mr.\ Slater tell me the girl's
!", :1 that last blaze of shifting color ; eye met lover had scaled the perilous heights himself, kind. There, there, Verriker, don't take it you forgive me? Do yon mind much now?" name? Mercy Ralph how strange yon "
i;,1', '! eye. and said more than words could do ; to seek the priceless edelweiss, and lay it at to heart;" and for a moment even this villain For just one moment Decima was silent ; look Yes, he did. but I forgot it ; it was I
her feet. And like the Scotch white heather there almost recoil from
'> ; was a the wretched
there breathless almost touched with
; 1. then was a awestruck was remorse. like one of those English cathedrals; Glon- ::
l a it told in itself the old sweet tale ; for, if figure in its eager remorse ; then she knelt .
I= r pause until the opalescent lines began Poor little Decie. No need for her to cester, or Worcester, or something. Not
l'. ') "'I r to fade, and then Verriker held out his the maiden took his offering, the happy blush and tremble, and steal into the break- down and drew the poor old gray head to Hereford? Why yes it was How do you
J i'I t t hand, for the path below them stretched lover might hope; and if she placed it in her fast room with downcast eyes and noiseless her young breast. know? And what on earth are you doing?
P4si'jr: Ii down rough and steep. girdle or her bosom, then he knew that sUe step, next morning. Only Ralph's vacant Hush, my dear, hush, she said brokenly -for Ralph was on his knees at her feet
.. r : r: Come," he said almost below his breath, was his. Now, do you understand why I chair stared her in the face, and her fatherwas ; indeed I forgive you ; no, I don't mindso penknife in hand. "It's my best flonnce.
't ,J that's enough ; let us go before the end ; cannot bear the edelweiss to be profaned- deep in a week-old Times. much now-It does not matter;" and she Stop this minute !"
t l: all the rest will be anti-climax." why I would not let you buy it?" "Oh by the way" said he. with an off kissed the trembling lips that still moved I'm going to have a bit of that lace-
i..rf; Down the slope they went together, he They had come out close by the hotel now handed air, avoiding her eye "Verriker's feebly. just one flower !I" said a smothered voice.
the small still -the hotel with its yellow tide of lamplight in earnest'this time. He home And that night the old man died.III. .
: her
I guiding gloved fingers gone came And the end? Ah, well the end-
'I ; resting in his, while the two ladies trotted pouring from the open door, and a babbleof late last night, and found a telegram,so he's
j""p : on, far ahead, in amiable oblivion. The voices, French, German, English, sound- off for America early this morning ? Bore, "I do not rhyme to that dull elf
11' awe and the wonder were on her still, and ing from the high balcony ; among them all isn't it? Didn't even leave you a message; But where was Ralph Verriker all these Who cannot picture to himself."
at she could not come back to earth so soon the gruff tones they both knew, raised in but no doubt he meant me to say everythingcivil. long, and weary months? When with dis- The Arabia sailed at 10/ o'clock the next
w again : but a young man is but a human denunciation of the manners, customs and Can you start for the Gorner Grat appointment and sickness of heart, he sat morning ; but we will not follow. It is
after all and Verriker was conscious, with charges of the country. They paused just to-day ? Why, child, what makes you wear off across the Atlantic, after the dream so. alone in the silence and solemnity of the
c every fibre of his frame, of the light contact beyond the outer circle of light still handin that ugly scrap of edelweiss in your brooch ? cruelly broken, it was only to find, on the sacred mountain-top that the climber reverently -
I of her hand with his. But once within the hand, and he stooped his tall head to ask It's a beastly plant, and bears as much resemblance other side, the news of his uncle's death, a gathers and places in his bosom to
pinewoods she came to herself, drew a long, that last question with a lowered voice.Decima's to a flower as a sea-anemone will leaving him sole inheritor ofa comfort- wear and cherish there forever, the love
,deep breath and, with a tint in her face head was bent, too, as if to hide docs to an animal !" Ah, well! it is able fortune and a letter in which the old that has been won after long pain and trial
3 like a reflection tossed back from the rose- the face it Was too dark for him to see, and woman's part in life to watch and wait, man set forth how, in leaving his money to -the peerless edelweiss !-Cassell.A .
,, r 'was certainly] not now demanded by the exigencies slipped her small fingers from the clasp heart. Why should Decima have had a had been popularly expected, it was in the
of the pathway. where they still rested, and looked up. happier lot than millions of her sisters? full hope and belief that a marriage betweenthe FINE ORANGE TREE.
44 It was almost too beautiful," she \< id. "Yes, I understand," she said, very low* This sort of trouble does not kill; it only two young people would make matters Mr. Chieves living abouta mile and a half
My first real sunset since I came to Switzerland and quietly. 44Thank you-good night! whitens the hair and dulls the eyes, and equal and prevent any injustice to the girl, from Waldo, has now growing upon his
you know ; and then, the Matter- antl she vanished into the gulf of light and ploughs ugly lines in a smooth, young face, who had, perhaps, learned to regard herselfas place an orange tree that has no parallel in
horn To you it must be such hackneyed left him alone in outer darkness.II. and steals away the youth, and the bright- his heiress. Poor Ralph was confounded. the State. This tree is six years old. It 13
experience that you can hard understand 'ness, and the spring. Why should Decima Not only had ha never regarded his commonplace three feet and fo\gr inches in circumferencea
what it means to me." complain ? She bad what most women cousin Madge with more than 63ot above the ground' it is seventeen feet
44 Yet I think I can" be answered. No 44 Where's Verriker gone?" was Capt. have-a relic or two,a torn glove,shriveled friendly interest, but the bitter experienceof high and fifteen feet through its branches.
amount of repetition can stale !sight like I Hereford's morning greeting, as Decima appeared scrap o? flower, a memory heartache.. his Swiss trip had closed the world of It is now bearing more than seven/een;. hun-
that; and it's not so many years since.1 left at breakfast.I want to settle that What would she have more? Life was not love for him forever. It was not in vain dred oranges.ll'aldo4lterliser..
Oxford and made.the grand tour first"And trip to the Gorner Grat, and now he can't over yet, alas There was her old father ; that nature had given him that resolute
you have been abroad so often since, be found. I wish to heaven young people and to him ie devoted herself, little dream- brow and chin, and a character which was How TO COOK AX OLD HEX.-Have it filled
you say. How different from me I was would have some consideration." But ing, poor child, of the cruel wrong he had so formed as to be able to love but once for with nice onion dressing and plunge into a
< never across the Channel in all my life be- Decima prudently refrained from all remark.At done her ; and as the months dragged away, all. So at first his only thought was how dinner-pot of cold water. Allow it to be
fore, and scarcely even out of Stocking- dinner her father's indignation was still newer, more urgent cares and troubles be- best to atone Madge for the wrong done heated very slowly, and keep five degree**
ham." higher. gan to push the old pain into the back- by his heirship ; but this was not the easy below boiling point for twice as many hours!
4Stockiugham! Is that where you live?" 44 What on earth that young fellow's up ground-till there came a day when a cooperative matter it seemed at first sight ; the bulk of as it is years old. The last hour before it J-:
44 Yes, I have lived there ever since I was to, no one can think !" he growled over his company broke, and with it went the property was so disposed as to come to served let it boil rapidly and continuously.
,;a little child. Do you know it?" thin soup. Started off at sunrise this all the commuted pension her father had him only in event of his marriage, and it It will then be tender and juicy and :ready
'4 Only geographically ', I'm afraid ; some- morning; wouldn't take a guide-only his invested in it, and they were penniless; she was so settled upon his heirs as to leave to eat. *.

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BOYS AND GIRLS there was no more worlds to conquer; but made by St. Peter with his finger and REAL ESTATE. DRUGS

I've had to fight on ever since and !my me- thumb when he took the tribute money out MEDICINES, ETC.

"BILL AKPM DISCOURSES ox AX IXTEEESTIXO dal didn't do me any good. I wish you of the mouth of the fish. This. perhaps, -=

TOPIC-TilE VALUE OF A ? ICE, would guard your boy against medals and accounts for the belief of Scotchmen that it LISI.IED 187' .

HEALTHY GIRL. being a natural orator. There is but one is the richest" fish that was ever put on --

remedy for a natural orator, and that is to the table. The most superstitious sailorsare .
We went to another the other
picnic day marry;rich and settle down and wait for invitations the Scandinavians, who believe in the 1, _,,"" -r""> DRUGS andJMEDICINESHORSEY
and had a glorious time. It. lawnin "
was on a I
beautiful close to make speeches at college Com existence of Neck, a merman, having the ...' I ,
a by a big spring
grove mencements. They are right useful that head of a man and the flowing ringlets of a

and bright a long eyes table and fried spread chicken and we arfU feasted jelly cake on, way. Sometimes they do right well, con girl. Neck, wearing a red cap sits upon & CO. "
sidering. I knew natural orator to the ,
faces and ice-cream and a pet the waves and plays upon harp. His
happy sweet
elected to the Legislature, and a girl that sailors -
pretty melody is so attractive become
and and
lemonade all
smiles laughter
merry in the gallery saw him as he was naturally charmed by it, and in this way many have =
together and staid till ,
mixed we most
midnight up and heard the Calliopen Club I orating and fell 'in love with him and he perished. The Norwegians are firm believers PHARMACISTS -1|=
through their exercises of music and read- married her, and she was rich, and they are in the kraken," a monster devilfish -

ing and composition and then drove home getting along first rate, and now he gets a whose body is over a mile long, only to -

moonlight and I think Mrs. is call every other day to speak at some col- be found in the deepest waters. It feeds .., Centre Street
by Arp a ,
lege, and he accepts 'em all and to ,
and than and goes upon and devours whole schools at. a 't. .
little prettier ever renewing .
younger none, but it's all the same to him for he "
time. Fishermen who have mistaken it for q'" A
consequence. gets his name in the and that'senough. anisland ,
papers and taken
the like. Our hilar- refuge on its back have ;' .
saw people are getting

ious and are frolicking more this Spring and the.boys But who he are is an natural exception orators for luck need, the been drowned in the whirlpool made by : :J J.', -:: '. KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort

than usual. This makes three neighbor- not presume on his good fortune. sudden sinking of the monster. ,, :.-,, ,, of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -

hood picnics in a little while and they are I don't know but one place for boys, and --.---- --< and DOMESTIC ,

fixing up another, and my wifeis getting that is work. Put 'em to work and keep CHEAP LITERATURE. I
We have her the chimney '" ,,' ;',- ,= '
ready. got out of 'em at it, for idleness is the parent of all People may say that cheap literature can ; Drugs and Chemicals
and it looks like will
corner we never ; '" : : -
vice. Don't map out any particular tradeor provide the antidote as'well as the bane. 't '

get her back again. :Mr. Gibbons, says he calling, but keep 'em at it, and it will ixpenny editions of "Tom Brown," of j ," ,' ,,' : Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
did such of
to me,have'got you ever see in a the crop girlsas map out itself. Habits make up life. Lifeis Marryat's novels, and of Scott's, can be -. '.;>_'". : I E.-i: ti r .
we a-growing country? a bundle of habits and if a boy has a found We 3
everywhere. confess to doubtsas Proprietary and Fancy Goods

home Well, at, says any work.boys I, I No.reckon anvwhere.Sir says the he boys I've, there counted are ain'thardly at- stitution.habit of work he is all right.-Atlanta. Con ]readers to whether cares the very great much unknown for these world master-of :; ;\ ;;:f;,; ," >.t ;Y ': FINE TOILET ARTICLES, t

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1 pieces. We doubt whether they penetrate
'em in this neighborhood and thereare 1I ,
up SAILORS' SUPERSTITIONS. I much below the middl 'ofthe middle class.It .
about two girls to one boy, and what is PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
] is certain that the educated
girl of ,
worse, the girls are the smartest and have >
got the best education. FORECASTLE REASONS FOB THIXKIXd CERTAIN t the day does not, and apparently cannot IN GREAT VARIETY.
THINGS UXLUCKY. read Scott any more than she can appreciate
Well there is for
a reason everythingand
Dickens. She the
a cause for every effect, but I don't The prevalent idea.that superstition exists prefers thinnest twaddleof .
the mob of modern novelists full Jti't" Physicians'
know why there are more girls than boys, only among the very ignorant is far from of the Prescriptions r
t talk she hears
and I wish somebody would tell me. Some true ; yet, with the sailor,superstition seemsto t tt tions of things continually which being and of descrip- ; carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

folks say it is a sign of peace. The girls are be inborn. Let one attempt to deny iar require no imagination, perfectly in the famil- ',' reasonable prices.DR. .
the smartest, I know, for they have the Jack's theory about "Davy Jones's locker, reader. "

most education. Before the war the boys in the bottom of the sea, and he will be met ]Probably class and the the large less public of the lower middle ,. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMEX.PALMER : .

were put foward and the girls kept in the with strong if not convincing argumentthat intelligent members of .,'" ,"
t the working classes also like fiction that '
but the have to work he is mistaken. Jones is credited BRO'S
background, now boys ; Davy '
deals with the commonplace the I "
and the sent to school and with having set laws which or purely
so girls are to many though ,
1 fanciful adventures of in their .
college and the boys have to help pay for it. they may be unwritten, must be rigidly OD- rank. There are wild cheap persons novels in which own ; 1 +(i11 r I !' i 1 I '1 r H' 1 M I--I I4! +-
That is the the the served. To to sea on the 1t : ".
reason why girls are go Friday. carrying t
smartest, and my fearis that they are a of dead bodies at sea the killing of a cat, 1I t the heroes are noble-hearted burglars, and PHARMACISTS iI
I there is a kind of converted dreadful
little too smart and won't marry these the harming of one "Mother Carey'schickens penny ,
young 1 for family reading, in which adventures -+ I !- I t tM! .
tl tt' I I-'I' I- I l- :r-i I [-
fellows who can't quote a little poetry and dropping of a water-bucket stolen wills wicked It.-
guardians and the like
don't know whether Byron wrote Shake- overboard while washing down decks, are ,
abound while a general air of
speare or Shakespeare wrote Byron. But I believed to be offences for which Davy Jones piety prevails, the virtuous evangelical heroes Centre Street, near Depot,
reckon they will sooner or later. Mrs. Arp will demand satisfaction either by the sacri- among
and heroines. In these classes of lit- r '
cheap ,
says that girls marry too soon, anyhow, and fice of one man or the pulling of a ship and
erature there is a lack of humor which FLORIDA.
she don't want any of hers to marry under its entire crew into his locker. may 1
be felt and an entire absence of
20. unless the offer is a very splendid one in The carrying of a corpse on the ocean dialect, and of well drawn and discriminated diverting

all respects. I reckon that is the reason she longer than it is necessary to sew it up in character. The whole interest ABSOLUTELY PURE
turns eitheron
went off at sweet 16. but I think Mr. Gib- canvas: with heavy weights to insure its
bons is mistaken. The census shows aboutas sinking below the depths which fishes fre- crime or on the sudden acquisition of 1
fortune by the lowly but virtuous. A DOMESTIC AND IMPORTEDDRUGS A
boy children in quent, will cause a panic
many Georgia as girl among a ship's
cessful claimant who had been left
children. We've got six boys and fourgirlsand crew. The killing of a cat on board a vessel as a
child the of THE FLORIDA
that is about right. There is more is thought to be extremely unlucky, and on into steps a and has AND CHEMICALS '
about the girls. woe to the who should developed an exemplary and Bibleloving ,
anxiety They are sorter person be found
maid-of-all-work is the helpless and dependent, and we have to guilty of such an act. A naval vessel on a favorite heroineof T COMPANY.
the converted
watch these young fellers mighty close for voyage from Peru to New York, by way of penny dreadful. Her loveris Standard Patent Medicines,
wicked Baronet who
fear of trouble, for the old saying still holds the Straits Magellan, had on board an ill- a like King Easter -
and King Wester in the ballad, loves her Fcruandiua
good : tempered and generally ,
disreputable cat, for her land" and for her "
fee |
which which he -I Fancy TOILET Article
no one had love for. This
"A son is a son till he marries a wife any ani- ,
; is that she is to
mal aware possess, young Towns on R. U. Line.,
A daughter is a daughter all the days of mysteriously disappeared one night man of the class of Sam Gerridge is a disinterested .
after the vessel left
Valparaiso and
her life. thoughone
and finally successful adorer. The And Cedar Key.
of the firemen PERFUMERY, tc
was the
It is mighty sad to see a girl come back to could not be obtained. suspected For the proof close of the novel leaves the happy pair in 77 1 ,
her father's house to live after she has remainderof the of wealth
been enjoyment beyond the dreamsof LUBIN'S
voyage the captain and several of etc.
married year or two. Poor thing! She other officers as well as all of the sailors avarice. This sort of cheap literature is i!
never knew what a good home she had until pre- not positively harmless but it
she left it, and by and by she comes They dicted daily that the watched vessel would for the surely be lost. eternal day-dream of the poor-the encouragesthe hopeof Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large S* Especial and careful attention paidto

creeping back pale and sad, and the king of the sudden wealth PHYSICIANS' -
man mighty deep to appear and demand satisfac- coming from some un- number of the most eligible and desirable PRESCRIPTIONS, by
trusted another
she goes way. That is the tion for the crime. Yet the vessel reached expected quarter, the expectation of impossible an experienced Druggist.SIMR. .
wreck of a life. No more happiness for her. uncles from Australia San r
the New York navy-yard after a. remark- or Francisco. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for RABB the Manager will
No wonder that parents feel anxious about ably pleasant These dreams are preferred to all the sleep l

their daughters, and the daughters ought to case the wives voyage and sweethearts throughout. who In this had human art and pathos of really good novels City or Suburban Residences, over the store and will respond to all calls i

think and ponder a long time before which .
they longingly waited for three for the require some disinterestedness, some at night
marry A father's house and a mother's were given the credit years of ship'sreturn j fancy, and some education in the reader. It UPON EASY TERMS.

love are mighty hard to beat. But then a her (imaginary) line and hauling on is probable however, that Dickens is still
bringing her
happy marriage is the highest state of hap- ly past Davy Jones's minions. safe- popular with many members of the class Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to r

piness, and every girl ought to look fowardto There is scarcely sailor which absorbs cheap literature.-Saturday
a who does
it. There are lots of clever young men verily believe that it is unlucky to to Review. parties engaged in manufacturing indus-
in the land- of go sea
young men good principles,
on Friday, it has been
and who have been raised by good parents. masters of of asserted that the rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- '
some '
The girls ought to mate with 'em, money or would sail our bigsteamships Wesleyan Female Institute, {
as soon on Friday
as on
no is any erty purchased substantial
money.oney a good thing, but
other Yet
day. the records
principle is better and if feller of Fridays do SPA\flNCLJJ .
a young has
got both, and don't drink nor gamble, andis not support the assertion, and this can be STAUNTON, VIRGINIA. residence, or in which to conduct their j
seen by anybody who will
industrious and peruse the ship
healthy he is all
news column of the SEPTEMBER 20nf18S3. ONE business.
right; and if I was a girl, I would put himon Saturdays'papers.: Let OPENS i
one around the first schools for ladies in
and go among officers of the young
probation I think
good man but say know I'm you are avery many steamship lines and seeif he will find the United States. Surroundings beautiful. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS i >
you an angel any whose vessels regularly sail 'Climate unsurpassed. Pupils from eighteen
and on Friday.
Well if he
seemed to doubt ii
an angel,,I would just tell him my to being Only two weeks ago one of the large ocean I States. Terms among the best in the Union. by exemption for a term of years from

go steamships steamed away from her pier Board, Washing, English Course, Latin,
hence. If don't on
a look
young man upon taxation offered the several cities and
Friday, and anchored in Gravesend French, German, Instrumental Music etc. by
his girl as an angel before he marries, he Bay until MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY i
never will afterward and if I the following day before she went to sea. for Scholastic year, from September to June, THE it
was a girl, I It was said that the captain's $238. For Catalogues write to towns. Apply to discovered, as it is certain in its
would be an angel as long as I could. excuse was and does
CHAS. W. LEWIS, effects not blister. READ PROOF
to make
As a general thing the girlsshow too much repairs, but it came from good REV. WM. A. HARRIS, D.D., Pres't BELOW. t <

anxiety to marry. They are too sweet on authority that he had a strong aversion to 37 Staunton, Virginia. Office cor.Beach & 7th sts., Fernandina. i

the boys. They ought to stand off and look starting on a voyage on Friday. The"ocean

reserved and precious, and put on Jerusa- wrecked tramp" steamship the Nova Rhimindda, which 'was In the Circuit, Court, Fourth Ju- Saved Him $1,800.00. I:
lem airs, and say, Young man. you don't on coast on Tuesday dicial Circuit Florida.
know who you are fooling with. I'm a sailed from this port on the previous ADAMS N. Y., January 30, 1882.

treasure, I am. I weigh 115 pounds, and Friday. This superstition seems to prevail FRED W. HOYT and W. 0. JEFFREYS, Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
in yachting circles as well, and the Partners as Fred W. & Co. GENTS-Having used a good deal of
am worth $1,000 a pound. Well I, they l are. ,,,.1,... .. ... question, Hoyt your
U'.. '<::1 .1. ra. .1A. I. 'n. Kendall's Cure with I
1 u -.u ''''H .a}u J.'VVnen versus ," Spavin great success.!:)
.1. unc, :: 3
lvvu own dress and 1UIYIJ get)up SIn a good w 4'.JIII supper JnaKeher to there ever a yacht regatta on Fridav?" Re- R. D. FOX and S. L. BURNS, Partners as .' thought I would let you know what it has ,; ;

company, and is not ashamed to wait on gattas do sometimes occur on that day, how- Fox & Burns. ,', done for me. Two years ago I had as speedy uc ,

the table while ever, but it is seldom. For instance, of the AND BY a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
they are eating, is just worth VIRTUE OF AN t i,
about $1,000 a pound. But that is nothing many yachting contests in the country for UNDER i issued in the Fourth Judicial 0{ When I was breaking him he kicked over
this season Friday has been religiously the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
compared with what they will be worth. I Circuit, in and for Nassau County Florida
avoided for all excepting by the Chicagoand in suit ',, hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best #'
Why, Mrs. Arp has cut out and made at a wherein Fred W. Hoyt and
least New Haven yacht clubs, which will sail W. 0. farriers but they all said 1 he was spoiled. .1 '
2,000 garments of one sort or another. Jeffreys are plaintiffs and R. D. Fox f.
She has sewed 500,000 :stitches, and patchedand their annual regattas on August 3, and the and[ S. L. Burns are defendants, I have lev- ,. He had a very large thorough-pin, and I ,
darned Quincy, Mass, Yacht Club which has ied and will .' J; used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin i
and washed faces and feet, and appointed upon sell at public auction, in }
combed hair innumerable. She has tied August 10. A well-known story is front of the Court-House in the city of Fer- Cure,and it took the bunch entirely off and

500 sore toes, and cut fingers and burns and up told of a captain who tried to prove that I nandina, on the first Monday of August, he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have-
Friday was not an unlucky day. He laid used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, and i
1883 the
bruises and kissed away a thousand tears. being sixth day of said month, the k
She has watched 'em by night and by day, the keel of a new ship at Hyannis, Cape N. i S.W. i Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-183 -. it has always cured completely and left the ,,1
Cod leg
and keeps on watching, and right now, i on Friday, launched her on Friday, :acres. Levied upon as the property of Fox ,f
named her ., It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
while I am writing on my piazza, she is Friday and set sail on Friday. 4& Burns, to satisfy said judgment, togetherwith > '1:

looking up the big road and says : "I'm Her record was made complete when she interest and cost of suit. Terms cash, : ", ." ,,' I have recommended it to a good many, and pi; r
wrecked they all it does the work. I in With .! ?
afraid on Friday and everybody on say was !
something will happen to them boys; board lost. 1 purchaser paying for title.J. .. !
erington in Adams
they are too little to go off by themselves." A. ELLERMANN, &Kneeland'sdrug store ,
There are two little nephews here just out Jack has many curious ideas. For instance Sheriff Nassau County. the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou

of if the moon has sharp horns it be- Fernandina ,< sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
school and they ana Carl have all got a Fla., July 7, 1883.
horse eolt and off I tokens fine weather ; and if it is lying on its not; they said if I would write to you that
or a apiece
on ascursion
gone .
and I call 'em the infantry back with both horns up, bad weather is at you would send me one. I wish you would, 1
cavalry -
hand. Again NOTICE. '. '0' and I will do all the I .
: you good can.
and tell Mrs. Arp it is all right, but ,
she sits here sewing with her specks on and When the sun sets in a silver bell, ALL CREDITORS, LEGATEES AND -,' '.''- Very respectfully. E. S. LY IAS.Kendall's .

ever and anon looks up the road and says: An easterly wind is as sure as- entitled to distribution ,of the

"Those children have overstaid their time. When one of Mother Carey's chickens or ;estate of Wm. Marson, deceased, are hereby ,',, +

I'm afraid something has happened." If stormy petrels, is seen near the ship, a storm notified to present their claims, duly authenticated ,, "" ""_ Spavin Cure.

they don't come back soon I know that I is approaching for these birds are rarely I within two years from date or the .

will have to start after 'em, for that is always seen in fair weather. It is a forecastle no- I same wjll be barred. ; Y',' :, ON IIUJIAX FLESH. w Vli

the Mrs. is worth at least tion that the is JOHN A. ELLERMANN, :, : '
way. Arp petrel so named from St. :h 0' VEVAY, IND. August 12,1881.Dr. tlt

$3.000 a pound, and she weighs right smart Peter, on account of its running with closed Executor. .' ,,' '. .' I" B. J. Kendall & Co.:
and keeps a-getting heavier. I am rich, I wings over the surface of the waves. This Fernandina, Fla., June 28,1883.NOTICE. ; ,x. GEXTS-Sample of circulars received to-

am. I feel wealthy whenever I look at her.I brought to mind the walking of St. Peter ',t ., :t" day. Please send me some with my imprint,

met an old friend the other day, and upon the water, and the sailors think the :,ly ." printed on one side only. The Kendall ,

says he : "I just wish :you could see my bird was therefore called petrel'* as a sort WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL '. ,::,:' ;"..,., Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,

boy; I'm fixing him up for college, and he of diminutive of the apostle's name. These SIX to the of the :',: :;, J and not only for animals. but for human
Judge County Court
is just the smartest boy in all this country.He birds have been known to follow a vessel j in and for the of Nassau Fla. for -;, <.' ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
is a natural orator.: He has got gifts, he during a storm for many days, apparently J letters of administration on the,estate, of ,"" :"; ', leading farmers in our+ county, sprained an

has. He speaks now like Henry Clay. He with neither food nor rest,and without flap- Nelson Parker deceased. ."-. .. .. ', ankle badly, and knowing the value of the

took the medal in declamation. I wish you ping their vyngs. If one of these little birds F. C. SUHRER. .: ;.' remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it

could see him en the stage. He is just splendid should be swept aboard in a great storm, as Fernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. 6 did far better than he had expected ; cured
he is." is frequently the case, no sailor will touchit. -+", '":"" the sprain in very short order.
I looked at him mournfully, says I : "It's The dolphin( and porpoise are unwelcome .' '"" Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND. '

sad, very sad. I never knew a natural orator to the sailor when they suddenly appear Administrator's N tice. .' Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All
to be any account. I was a natural orator during a. calm, and, if they skip about, a WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL ""',,; -, druggists have it or can get it for you, or it ,

and it ruined me. I've never been any severe gale is expected. If sharks follow s. SIX to the Honorable Judge of the ': ',.':.. will be sent to any address on receipt of

account. I teak a pewter medal when I ship for several days it means that a death I County Court for letters administration of ; price by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KIN t

was young, and I've never gotten over it. It 'is to occur. Any one who has seen the haddock 1 the estate of Spicer C. Braddock, d eased .,::+- :t ,,: DALL & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. .

yas for speaking a speech. I thought then must have noticed a mark on each JOHN OWE>i3. Send for Illustrated Circular. .

that I had whipped the battle of life and side of the gills. This, sailors assert, was Fernandina, Fla., July 2, 1883. Sold by nil Druggists.! ,,;.





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i + not TIlE FLORIDA SHIP CANAL. steamers, not less than fifty in number, is noticeable everywhere that the orange

( i THE FLORIDA 1 IRRoR. Middle as and adapted West to Florida orange growing are regarded although -- The arrival of General Stone, the chief en- day after day, passing by our doors, and trees earlier about and the bear dwelling heavier grow crops faster than bear any

fine fruit and handsome groves have gineer of the Ship Canal, is announced by bearing precious freights 300 miles into the others. These trees are so situated that
i ; d SATURDAY, JTO Y 21, 188S. receive almost small
raised there but the climate is not as the Times-Union of the 19th. The preliminary interior. they constantly sup-
been ,
;r und rstood, have been A. C., of St. Marys, is pleasantly coun- plies of food and water, and trees treated so
it is.s.
r k td THE DELIGHTS OF AMELIA good for orange growing as that of East surveys, anywhere will thrive accordingly. She has

!' BEACH. Florida. A very large portion of the pine completed and the questions now to be de- selled in which we unite, to give the nobleSt. one tree back of her own kitchen which is

'' to thoroughly which constitute the bulk of the termined as the result of these examina- Johns its due credit, and to cultivate that just exactly five years old from the seed ; it
t. ; 1 4 Our people are just beginning lands of a peaceful and public spirit which shall striveto was budded when one year old to the Sweet
'; appreciate and enjoy the blessing lands in Florida can only be made to pro- tions will be, first the practicability Seville ; it bloomed this Spring profusely,
; ; interests.
; in at build all public
t of 30 feet depth up
beautiful irrigation and tide-water ship canal and about have set on it.
i which they possess in the sea- duce oranges by drainage twenty oranges
,, ,r ;+ beach which lies at our very door. fertilization. But after deducting these un- any suitable point across the peninsula, The other great projects referred to by This is a marvel of greenness and measures

1 ft much and secondly the selection of the most fa- the Times-Union are an inter-oceanic canal 18! inches in circumference above the base,
evident suitable lands there is still left a ,
The Pavilion has supplied a very ::!
r,;; a from the Mediterrean to the Red Sea through and is about 12 feet high.
want, and has contributed that element of larger area suitable for growing oranges vorable line for such a Reasoning from this, and other instancesof

: '? ik social enjoyment which was, to some extent than there will be for a long time demand There are certain general facts which have Palestine; the canal projected from the this nature, she has concluded that the
wanting. The beach and been already well known as to the elevationof Mediterranean into the Deserts of Sahara ; a right way to fertilize orange trees is, to express -
4 i previously for.As Canal and tunnel under the it tersely, a little and often. She has
the of harbors on the second Suez a
which Sander country, depth
the surf-bathing is, of course, enjoyable under to the one danger the care of several groves that she is treat-

: almost any circumstances, but when it mentions, that of a cold wave sufficient to Atlantic and Gulf coasts, and the interven- English Channel.We ing on this plan, and though the experiment -

1?,c' : ', as combined with social enjoyment and kill orange trees the experience of the past ing water supply.It trust that the first of the five projectsis is still of short duration,the little trees

its be stated in general that at not as far from accomplishment as the show their gratitude in so marked a manner
: L pleasant intercourse another element is introduced gives us sufficient assurance of rarity. may ? a way here has asked
: that already a gentleman
? a be of have elapsed since the the extreme northern boundary of the State, others named, excepting the duplicate Suez
,. which is calculated to as Forty-nine years her to take charge of his large bearing grovein

t;' much benefit to those who go for the hygienic freeze of 1835, and there were at that time near the head of the St. Marys river, Gen- Canal. __ ___________ the same manner.

.- the bath itself. The trees in Florida. The orange tree eral Gillmore found' the elevation above Mrs. Robinson has her trees hoed every
# advantages/: as very aged MILLIONS OF WATERMIL-
( $ month, and the ton of fertilizer to the acre
r.: ,Vfrt: pleasure of bright social enjoyment is enhanced i is quite hardy as to cold, and it would require tide-water to be IQ9 feet, which was the LIONS." which is usually applied to the orange at

o : when combined with physical en- that the temperature should descend summit level between the Atlantic and Gulfon On the 14th the New York steamer from one time, in Spring she divides into eight

; > M joyment, and the exhilarating and health- nearly to zero to kill a large tree to the the line selected by him. Savannah carried over 66,000 melons, and parts, applying a part every month till fall,

KiVjl.. ? iP"P''l,. giving qualities, of the surf-bathing is enlarged ground, and if so killed down it would rally From the St. Marys to Ocala which is as the Philadelphia steamers 37,000, makingover or till.the At season this time when of tree-rest the trees she are omits dormant -

; : .f by the social gatherings which give and produce a new bearing tree in six or far south as any location has been hitherto 100,000 melons shipped in one day. fertilizing. At the ploughing the first of

h :; life and animation to the scene. eight years. Notwithstanding the freeze of considered advisable l ..we.find a ridge, ascer- The 66,000 melons sent to New York would June she has the groves planted in cow peas

'* .. ( }+' : Nearly every afternoon, by common consent :. 1835 there were oranges to be had in 1842,' tained by the line of levels run in the con- give every grown person in that city a lib- the during vines the to Summer remain and and shade to be ploughed the ground in
i y+r ,, a trip to the beach has become an an- seven years thereafter. Young and tender struction of railroads, to vary from 80 feetat eral slice. The shipment has been simply to enrich the ground in September. A grove

+ ticipated and prearranged pleasure in which trees will occasionally be injured by lesser Maxville to 72 feet near Ocala, the lowest immense, and the trade has hardly been cared for in this way will cost more money

!, L ,'i 4 young and old participate. The Pavilion degrees of cold. depression on the line being at Orange Lake, initiated among the Georgians prior to the than is ordinarily estimated to be necessary,
been which has main elevation of about 57 feet ; but to secure large trees and an early crop,
and land have a
AY, ,J : and its well-arranged conveniences is the Land agents owners present season. The Le Conte pear in South- she knows of no surer way.
,, centre of a pleasant social gathering. The tempted to overdraw the advantages of their but the land west of Orange Lake rises to 75 western Georgia and the peaches of Middle Several gentlemen about Orlando assuredus

elders in staid discourse, the children in own sections, and to give exaggerated state- or 80 feet at the lowest point of depressionof Georgia are also coming to the front as ex- that they were making their small grovesto

,: 1 f frolicsome glee, and all with a common desire ments of the product orange groves, many the water shed. Between these points ports of very considerable money value. culture.flourish" by It what consisted they in termed having"chicken a large

a. r'a. of enjoyment plunging into the surf talking of$1,000 and upwards per acre as the ridge rises in places to over 200 feet. Five cents will now buy large ripe melonsin flock of fowls to run on the grove. In the

+# f keeping time with unmeasured steps to the the annual income to be expected. It will It may be assumed, therefore, that with Florida, so none of the nation's wards Spring the grove was lightly worked over to

,5.. :,\;!; incoming rollers which exhilarate but not require a well-matured grove, in our opin- these facts before them the engineers will will be deprived of this his peculiar solace losen the surface of the soil, after which the

.\Jt and the unexpected ion, to five hundred dollars per have to report whether a ship canal is prac- nickel. chickens were fed under the trees every day."
I = ,+ endanger, enjoying average and joy-only a The feed was either oats or" chopped corn.
K-' ; !': -v : douche which envelopes the incautious ort year for ten consecutive years, and that ticable which shall require for a considerable This scattered in the soil stimulated the

unobservant. The varied costumes, the would depend upon all the essential con- distance an excavation of over 100 feet, SANDER IN FLORIDA.For fowls to scratch almost constantly. to a

/" < !:..1\ twinkle of white feet running over the tions of good husbandry, judicious handling nearly the whole bed of which would haveto some miles southward from Sanford._ 1 l\tt'IU5_ ; ; : down of weeds and. grass;: and it t oa
constant mulch of the surface, as were,
At ', 1, ';':: bright sand the metamorphose caused by and favorable markets.A be excavated in solid rock of a very along the Florida Southern Railway of the with fine loose earth. Then daily drop-

,; :: ,'f: costumes, and the fun of laughing at others little wholesome taking down may be, hard and unyielding character. The Suez country but showed but little it signs better improve-in that pings of the fowls acted as an often-applied
gradually grew
& beneficial to Canal is through a deposit of sand and allu- fertilizer, which, in their opinion was ex-
TRVt ': 'f'' and being laughed at, the entire freedom at times, us. respect until some ten or fifteen miles out,
No other
vium with long reaches of natural ponds, in actly what the trees required.
danger were constantly sight
from all possible plantations
apprehension any
E orange
.: 1 fertilizer was needed in case a large
: FROM and is little shorter, perhaps, than from the train. Some of these plantationswere
tIt. r r1: which relieves from any sense of anx- MR. DYKE'S RETIREMENT etc., a flock of fowls was fed under the trees.
; ; of
THE "FLORIDIAN"The the Florida canal will be, but ;it cost fifty of great extent ; though the We ourself have found this plan to work
t : ; all were as a general rulescarcelyyet
nnL: !L retirement of Charles E. Dyke, Esq., millions.If in bearing-many young not more than two well for other trees than the orange, especially -
\ .fi with of fun and quizzing from the Floridian, and his determinationto the engineers decide, nevertheless, thatit or three years old. About all the groves to on pine lands. Our usual plan of .
: s i i.,"ii' ance, a spice i feeding trees at periods far apart is certainly -
condition to cul-
the in as
I be done within a reasonable cost be seen were good
as to personal appearance and characteristics abandon the field of journalism, is announced can I not the best for pushing them. If we
,>> neither
I! .. ture etc., showing that nor
'I- as mermaids, naiads, dolphins and in the last Florididn. It is an announcement question of the shortest line will was being spared to give the orangea feed them but once a year there will be
;! 1 ; fill with the important. The canal cannot follow the money The nothing of regularity in their growth. "Un
t red herring gives enough of nonsense to relieve which will regret fair showing in Orange county. der the influence of the new applicationthey

IV .'-;" p: ; the scene of common place. public who have so long regarded the Floridian tortuous lines of the Ocklawaha, or any of amount of money being expended there, in will rush ahead into a growth too

i r The pleasure of surf-bathing in pleasant with a degree of State pride. I our interior rivers. The great length of the orange from experiment the We truly say immense-"experi- rapid for their good: then as the roots have

'.1 i''i: company is unique, and seems never to become Mr. Dyke has made for the Floridian a steamships of large burden requires straight ment usually," for the reason that it is nothingmore. exhausted there the will food be directly fall back in in contact thriftiness.In with.
". canals for obvious reasons. It may, therefore While all concerned have strong them a
: : i. a bore or uninteresting. There is always reputation superior to that of any journalin a word, the trees will be ''sick" from
1 t "{ t a freshness and brightness in the the State, and this excellence has been be inferred that a straight canal will faith no one knows, as yet, that the orange the irregularity, and at this time will pre-

I f lorious and founded fair and intelligent treat- have to be decided upon. A glance at the will ever become a permanently-paying crop sent favorable conditions for injurious in-
., \.: 4 changeable and always majesty upon a in this part of Florida. That the experi- often will
,: lVi of the Atlantic of clear presentation map will show that the shortest line across expensive one, none will sects. Regular applications and
\:; beauty of the broad expanse ment public questions, a ment is a fearfully them all the time and insects
!: ;!t tIV ti t ]t which gives a sense of novelty and freshness of facts always official and always reliable the peninsula would be from the mouth of attempt to deny. Really there is nothinghere the have keep really vigorous very little use for,an entirely! ]

t'' f: with every visit to its shores, and Amelia ,in language peculiarly terse and instructive the Withlacoochee to the Halifax river, but climate favorable, and even to this orange is not culture known save to be vigorous tree.

r ""'rlit. beach is the very quintessence} of enjoyment while always couched in terms of in neither case are there any harbors of any entirely safe, owing to its peculiar freaki-

i t> perfect, enjoyable and safe, it is ar courtesy.The depth on either the Atlantic or Gulf. ness. A cold wave of sufficient power to
1 ; 1 j 1 level the Okeefinokee is has rolled over this regionin
The summit at kill orange
: blessing we cannot too highly appreciate. Floridian has, under Mr. Dyke, been similar wave
( a
: the past-who can say
north of Ocala
: t : The Pavilion is a step in the right direc- looked to as an authority not to direct or nearly as low as any point will not come again in the near future?
f ;; 1 tion. An error has been committed in delaying force public opinion, but as furnishing reliable and General Gillmore's line has the advan- Then as to a soil capable of sustaining the OY4y

S ; 'i n" e so long the construction of the Beach data for the forming of opinion. Mr. tage of the St. Marys river and the valley of orange-it is not here, where these great

I f: ; 'I'.' : Railroad. The Beach Railroad built and Dyke has been always argumentative, but the Suwanee for 70 miles upon a level. We fed groves as::! are regularly being a drove The of trees hogs.must Not be a ,
,. + it will be found that, whether for a t w c/cyp
: ; ';;'. ; everything else will follow easily, more hotels not dictatorial and the acknowledged influence think tree here planted would ever come to ma- ROYAL f:8 l.qtoeornr

I t.J" cottages pavilions, etc. It is the one of the Floridian in public affairs has ship canal, with locks or without this will turity without high fertilizing. Each tree ra.t
be the most eligible line. is as helpless a young infant, so to speak,
J. .. : I .} t immediate want, and when built fifty persons been due to this characteristic of a persua- prove to --- ------ and this state of infancy remains unchanged 4,

'r ._t' "c i will go to Amelia beach where one sive clearness of argument rather than a dictatorial FIVE-GREAT PROJECTS. through a period of ten or twelve years ; in
.",:: [ goes now, and it will become as it should assertion. The freedom of the Floridian other words, the owner of the orange grove
t to five
refers great
t + seaside resort in the from personalities local and personal The Times-Union pro- must feed, feed, feed, without getting any !
\j,: ; ; be, the most popular jects now attracting public attention, plac- return for the costly food expended. At the :
," i State. squabbles, has done much by way of exam- time the trees will be expectedto
\ ing first the Florida Ship Canal, as follows : end of that
"' I I1t while its careful gathering has back for the plant food
f ple, pay something
3 FLORIDA. The world resounds with reports of great
: e SANDER home and and labor expended upon them. A little
j made its merits recognized at be accomplished in our day. Five
"I'T. .r\ The observing and generally very accurate things to later and (if expectations are realized), they tli;,._ 1 f
; abroad. We shall all part with the able ed projects of preeminent importance are justnow feed them-

r :+ 4 ", t' agricultural editor of the Mobile Register itor of the Floridian from the field of jour- objects of immediate attention. selves will furnish and also means to sufficient feed their to owners ; and
I the interior of Florida is first the Florida Ship Canal, ,
: has been visiting 1. There. : the will., onlv nav
: nalism with and give our best wishes still later not
regret, Ocean and the Gulf lIJ ,ears; "U".) n. '''J J'-"
,i and gives the result of his observations in connecting the Atlantic I back the amounts expended upon them in
j to his success in those fields of horticulturein of Mexico by a water-way of such width and
.. >* article which republish in another their infancy/' with heavy interestinterest -
an we vessels can
hitherto the sea-going
found recreation that largest
which he has depth interest. We hope they'll! do 4KI140

r d t ,, column. and we hope will find profit hereafter.To readily pass through our peninsula. The it-we upon think they will. But as you see, it :
natural for of estimated cost is not half the sum expendedin
would be some
It quite
.i 4 his successors we offer our best wishes, the construction of the famous Suez Canal is a long credit and a great risk.

;. i young and impressive journalists and local and we know of nothing kinder to say than and such are the resources of modern At Orlando we met with a lady (Mrs.

; .I correspondents to take Sander very seriously that they continue to make the Floridian engineering that it is supposed that all nat- Lora B. Robinson) who has been making a
: I may -
,.v ,.l I to task and to indulge in some very ural obstacles can be overcome, whether at most careful study of orange culture in this
;I as great a favorite as it has hitherto too great an expenditure to leave an ample region for a number of years who is certainly POWDERAbsolutely I

I harsh language. been. They are both able and experienced margin for profit cannot be definitely deter- well posted on the subject. She assured -
; r.. ati::1 ( It is quite certain that Sander has not men, and we doubt not that having stepped mined until the completion of the careful us that there were more orange fail-

given the usual rose-colored view of orange which have been instituted by the ures" here than one would think in merelypassing Pure.
: O ( ; into such excellent shoes they will continueto surveys rail-indeed
certain and immense Meanwhile, it may be prudentfor over the country by ,
; culture, its success, company. .
L them in the and with the sue large cent.
; wear spirit the over-zealous friends of the barge there were an astonishingly per
iy profits. We think that he has guarded himself i But in her opinion the fail- POWDER never varies. A marvel
!. cess of Mr. Dyke.SENATOR. canal, which is to connect the two great of failures. THIS .
'\ being enthused, and that his due to bad management.The purity strength and wholesomeness.More
;" against rivers, the St. Marys and the Mississippi, to ures were mainly kinds,
than the ordinary ::! '
and crit of the is usually a Northern economical
JONES AT HOME. withhold their sarcasms against our owner grove
I critical. noble St. Johns, and to consider quietly man, and in most instances he is a non and cannot be sold in competition i with the
Senator Jones hasreturnedfrom his Euro- whether there is really any antagonism or i resident. He becomes enthused over the multitude of low test,short weight, alum or

;;\j;, ;: t It is i well, nevertheless, that we should pean trip. He was received with much attention rivalry between these two great enterprises.We "great expectations promised for the or- phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.CO.

",f 'sometimes see how we are looked at by a both in England and Ireland. Whenhe can afford to see Mr. A.C., of St. Marys, ange. He invests in a plantation. By the ROYAL BAKING POWDER York.,
F : ,I missives to the Fernandina time his land is paid for and his trees set 38 106 Wall Street, New ,
outside of view. It where lie in his weekly
: stranger from an point visited the part of the country
J Mirror attempting to make fun of our St. out and fairly started, he finds he has spent
:t,.. $ti', is not very strange that the soil of Orange the graves of his people a public demonstration Johns,, while we look on the vast fleet of more money than he expected to spend. He SUMMER BOARD.

I :' ;' county should look uninviting one famil- was made in his honor by the town au splendid steamers, not less than fifty in is. of course, obliged to have some one at- I DESIRING TO FIND SUM-

:,' ';; iar with ,the rich cotton and corn fields of thorities an address made the building dec- number, day after day, passing by our doors, I. tend to his grove. This is done here almost PERSONS in the up-country can !secure!
300 miles into universally at twenty dollars an acre per
Alabama.It orated, and the people made a public holi- and the bearing interior precious and we freights are willing to sub- annum. It is generally done in this way : pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle, Tennessee Mount-
; <
is undoubtedly true that for orange scribe to all that can be said in praise of the agent is to plough the grove four ,by addressing MRS. ,
:.. the
': day.There Tenn. The location is on plateau
j if 4 t :growing on pine lands in Florida, liberal must have been something pecu- that clear and beautiful stream the St. times a year, and hoe around the trees every Eagle the, Cumberland Mountainand very cool
",. and that while regretting that only two or time the ploughing is done; all extra workto of
fertilizing is absolutely necessary, liarly gratifying to the Senator in this ova- Marys, and refreshing.
found its be paid for as it is done. The result is
steamboats are
,. ,.' lady informant was right when she said : tion in his native land, an ovation spring- three waters.small But let us have peace"upon on the usually this: the agent frequently puts off Board $25 to $30 per month, in with a pleasant Sewa-

:.,:'x t. 4
;1.::f;: grove to flourish without care and without people, greeting thus the return of the lad that shall strive to build up all public in- himself than for the trees ; and as for South.nee, 2SAB.
it is not done at all. Water
the extra work
i fertilizing.. Care is requisite and a great deal who went out forty years ago from the terests. cattle breakin
and weeds
( -i sprouts grow apace ;
t ,: ; of care too, for successful orange growing Green Isle to take his chances in a new Certainly the St, Johns river needs no de and browse on the tender trees. Fertil- NOYES,

) '- ,;i anywhere in Florida." world, and who now comes back to them in I fence. It is truly one of the most beautiful izing is not attended to, and the trees soon (Successor to W. A. SAXBOBS),

which be rivers on our continent, and invaluable to look as if they were growing down rather
\ i In the hammock groves, can all the vigor of his manhood, having attained Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
'{. found to extent in Orange and Put. of the most honored positions within Florida. If its length and available navi- than up.
",L,\ some one It is utter folly she went on to state, for
,')( i nam, and to a much greater extent Tn Marion the gift of the country which adopted him, gation were only equal to its goad;: expanse, any to expect a grove to flourish withoutcare GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP ,

Sumter and Hernando counties, fertilizing honored at home as a well-known, deserv- it would rank among the t-rivers in the and without fertilizing ana any non- CHOICE WISES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN.

", will not be needed for many years at ing and prominent statesman, and return- world, but unfortunately it is, compared to resident who is not payingliberally certainly for food that Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near
for his trees pretty
least, although mulching and turning in of ing thus to honor the land which gave him .the gneajt;.extent, oC.Knrida, but an arm of his! trees are may not growing.The guess Steamboat Landing,

the natural growth is at all times beneficial. birth. We doubt if any pAbHc- honor which o! ttse.FrQJl1 Sanford,practically the head ,usual estimate of fertilizer necessaryis FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

"r in Flor- has been bestowed on The Senator from its navigation, to its mouth is only a dis- from one to three tons for 500 trees, one
Of the success of orange growing Florida has touched him more keenly than:. sufficient for small trees. This Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.
in direct line. ton being
ida we do not think there is any reasonable the welcome of the good people of Balbriggan. lee of about 110 miles a fertilizer is applied once a year, usually in Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in

doubt. The climate and much of the soil is If it could be connected by canal with the spring, and costs about S50 a ton, some large quantities.

;,' suitable It is true that much the larger It is understood in this city that the old Indian river on the one side, and Lake Okee- of it a little more than this some a little Agent for Hazard BARBED Manufacturing'YIRE-the Compa-

will steamboat route be- chobee on the other, it would be a magnificent ny's CHAMPION
part of the area of Florida not profitably and formerly popular less.Mrs. of best fh the world.
'." tween this city and Charleston is to be reestablished interior artery of the State. At it is, as Robinson is satisfied that much CELEBRATED
If all Florida
l for
1 produce oranges. this costly tree food applided in this way is Agent
letter receh'edhere
i and from a private who live its
t ? would make orange groves it would produce yesterday we learn that the Charleston the Times- ion says, those on lost, and that by a different method of application PLOWS. JACKSON

a ". ten times the consumption of this whole Steamship Company is building a fine iron banks can well afford criticism upon it the same amount of fertilizer maybe Local Agent for BANK OF 33I I,

country. steamer for this rout- izes-Union. when they look on the: vast fleet of splendid- made to do twice or thrice the good. It VILLE. .

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constantly on hand a fine assort- ,',;,-.t.f""oi,.1- ...-i.i.l-.:<.:.. ,
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and Chemicals, ... ,...rM "" '. .. JAMES McGIFFIN, OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENTIs

Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, ,'f 1c., :-. AND BUILDER, in
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PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., .f.. ." ., .., wI offered at VERY LOW PBICES. .
IN GREAT VARIETY. .' ;:,.;,. .. "" 0 :r".', .. u.,'.' LOUIS A. C. LANGE,

':,. '4'. .''',...,;.\ }..y.-:' : UPHOLSTERER, A large and well-assorted Stock
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Foot of Centre Street,
carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at .::-*:;tTHE: ": FERNANDINA i 1
reasonable prices.DR. ,><, .',. Furniture repaired in the best manner.
Hair Mattresses made to order at short
J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER.PALMER "'.... notice. 36 jZST*Order BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save
trouble, time and
". 3t3f We are Agents for DEVLIN & CO., leading Clothiers of
Ml i-I-+{----t- *. 8// New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail '

t--I R : i iIH '., H(0/) y z g receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our ti

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\'r" J OPERATIONS FIRST-CLASS. ; 20 years'
ySf ABSOLUTELY PURE I ; charges reasonable. Sets i1
of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and
every set warranted to fit or'money refunded. 1"r,
Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
made entirely satisfactory. Consultations
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS FLORIDA and advice free, and willingly given. 10
Standard Patent Medicines, t:
Towns on R. R. Line ANDDealer 'a $z
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19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.CuriositylVariety .
.aONE *:- t
Fes' Especial and careful. attention paid OfFers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

number'of the most eligible and desirable
an experienced Druggist.3f .

MK. RABB, the Manager, will sleep Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
over the store and will respond to all calls I JJSf C-'S
City or Suburban Residences,
I at mill ht. _
UPON EASY TERMS. StoreOffers i

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to lb
a large and carefully selected
parties engaged in
manufacturing or indus- FINE STEAMSHIPS-

rial enterprises, who will erect on the property STOCK OF HOSIERYFor ,CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TCl\S. *:

purchased substantial improvementsfor Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. ?
Failing business.residence, or in which to conduct their : IAN::: IK IE Zi C:SJE: 3FS, ",VESTERN TEXAS, 1,310 TOIVS. t l

Silk, Linen, and Cotton.
That is what a great Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,

many people are doing.don't by exemption for a term of years from Laces, Towels, Napkins, of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK ,

They know just what taxation, offered by the several cities and Dress Lining, Buttons THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- ,
is the matter, but they havea sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
and Notions
towns. Generally.
combination of and Apply This Line having no Transfers between Feriiandiiia and New

aches, and each month they Office cor.Beach &7th sts.,Fernandinn.v A new lot of LACE COLLARS and,NECK I FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ?
grow worse. TIES just received and m'arked low. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED 4 t
The'only Ii! connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL- t .
sure remedyyet Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior.In ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. ,
LITTERS, and this by rapid RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the s*:
and thorough assimilationwith ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a for LAKE WEIR. ,

the blood purifies and '.- :' ,. fine variety. TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. }9
enriches it, and rich, strong .-.. "l 1.. .., ,... FLORIDA AXD SEMITROPICAL CURIOSITIESA For freight, passage rates and schedules, or further information, apply to IH3Ji

blood flowing to every part "?1J1tL SPECIALTY. R. W. SOUTII1' ICK, Agent, 1 "

of the system repairs the ,,. ..: FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
wasted tissues, drives out : T*Orders from the Country Solicited.KING'S ."? Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
disease and gives health and i

17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.
This is why BROWN'S '.; :"

IRON BITTERS will cure >\,':. .. j/.,..j ;. -. EL Fl DOTTERER f i,

kidney and liver diseases, ) "' "'l' :.. ,
consumption, rheumatism ,,. r"" '.:t'' ... ('Ii INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF rq;
c c ''C Y. 4.y .'-. ..., i4 t
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala- h 7".,..:... 0 SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
ria, intermittent fevers &c.iblr. .' ty \'" : -+! __ .-._=-! 1.- 1't
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Simon Blanchard a well. '!- >,r''( .: 4:. 1T -:. :. THE STEAMERST. { PINE FAMILY. GROCERIES' }

known citizen of Meade
had county.Kentucky been sick for,says a long: "time My,wife and ..,.....-.)!.'. .,.. t. I '. l-,' .'1'.'f: ..<...'..":.," I* * *---* -l- -t, 'w

her constitution was all broken .......,. i EMBRACING NKALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE ALSO IN THAT OF x
down and she was unable to work. i..x.:::Jr",. 1."'\..':;:;.. .._-
She was advised to use Brown's Iron t '
Litters,and found it to work like a .
charm. We wcud| not new be without r"......... l .:,, .'"!"!t. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY t
it for any consideration as we NICHOLAS t ; "i
consider it the best tonic in the
world.. S' 11I "VTILL leave Fernandina for Savanpah SUCH GOODS KEPT W STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS :'

", every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-

BROWN'S IRON BITTERSis .;.;..&., c.:::;;':, day the same mornings evenif3.Returning jgjving:. at the latter place PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
not drink and does not
a .'. .1,. will leave Savannah for Fer- r w Y
c ntain whiskey. It is the '. nandina on Monday, Wednsday and Fri- ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF s '
: .
ohly preparation of Iron C'. r;;; day, at 8 a. m. -..._ +- ,

that fects.causes Get no the injurious genuine.ef- : -. J-: '; Cabin Deck Pass" without" Meals" $3.00 4.0O : -I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES 1- t q.fitfiz ...

Excursion 7.0O i
Don't be imposed on with I :I'i.,,. :-..". 9 ,44
imitations. .. Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED.
.' Boston, and Baltimore.For f
,:,:"?'?'"*/ 0 '11/' ., tickets and state-rooms, apply at the .. : -

Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer::'
.&,...<\ ,;:." A. MERCIER,
"'" "'$"- General Passenger Agent.J. .
N. HARRIMAN, Manager. Cor. Second<< and<< Centre Sts.. ; FERNANDINA, FLA. ';

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t. .II' -
r i >1, MAXAGEJIEFT OF FOWLS. proper limits, with no danger of trespassingon GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. DR. CLARK
t. '. This. indeed is the only true '
" any
t ,
::r; : : To mate, fowls for breeding we should principle-that'eVery one should take care
'.rl" -consider their progeny, not forgetting, h.ow- B. NOYES,
1 'j! of his own stock. The question then, A
.( ,' ever that, as a rule like will produce like; Successor to W. A. SANBORN)
h fencing is one of the greatest magnitude ; ( ,
;., '}' ?, \ yet there are i instances in the cross-bred varieties BLOOD SYRUP
I and it is item of considerable ex-
as now
':; (:' t ; ,' where they breed back three four or Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
farm what will it be in the I
pense on every ,
: ; : generations and it is often the case I
. :1 more
.iI : future with the suitable tim- PROVISIONS SHIP STORES
) ,
' '. throw near supply GROCERIES, ,
."t e that the finest exhibition birds do not Cures all diseases of the Stomach, laver >
? ber ? Rowels
I, ':' ;, :'4 the bebt offspring. The main cause being daily diminishing CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY GRAIN, ,
"i .f l- that those birds were not thoroughbred,butt We have all along thought that wire Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to
L' ,ii, .( its
( would be the fencing material of the and Centre Streets
yet Second
Corner of near
ti few birds selected from a great
only good
; I efficacy in healing the above named
world at least where stock-raising as a busi- Steamboat : diseases
Landing ,
J better ami
_ i: (1'; number of culls. Therefore mate up .
t breeding from birds that will not ness is engaged in;- As a substitute for it to be the Best Ut"luetlIillowu
: your pens wood nothing with wire for FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. pronounce to IrV .
can compare
: Xr score so high that are bred from thorough
"i: : !,1 ;. stock, and you will raise a better per cent. cheapness or durability; but we must have Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.

h t ."'J' : of good birds than from prize birds such as posts and the only way to have them: is to Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade
raise the timber ourselves. We would .
t is much better to suggest -
\ k',, : .41'.j mentioned above; vet large quantities.
: tt." ;:: :: (. breed from all prize birds carefully bred therefore, that every farmer should Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- Mark.Laboratory.
:tf but to stock start a grove by planting an acre or two with CHAMPION BARBED WIRE the
J' tt : :.:: from purebred stock ; keep ny's AG-ENTS WANTED
'., ti: .," :i' '. pure, fowls of different varieties should chestnuts on some elevated portion of his best in the world.

r', !,; ',f; ,'1, never be allowed to run together. (I will premises, and thus, in the course of a few Agent for B. F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED
,. t.? 1).,. t: not produce any argument or give reasons years, provide himself as well as the gener- PLOWS. 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.

;' ., .; ;c':,;; 1i in favor for want of space, although there. ations which are to come after him, withan Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-

r I k: "; <": r# is abundance of it Fowls should be mated inexhaustible supply of timber for posts to E.BUillillg". 33 CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th 1881
' : ..:, "r:, two months or more before using their eggs which attach wire for his fencing, the stumpof Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short tria'l of our

I r : ', "'J:; .rs for hatching. To mate parti-colored fowls. the chestnut tree sending up double as Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.
,', ,, 't i' we must keep in our mind's eye the stand- many sprouts to take the place of the one 46 RUDIE CA TLER.

;,, 1:9;: 9 ard color ana shading which we are about removed, and so on interminably.What .
R'Ky: $' to mate. If brown leghorns! and the cock we would ask would the country .
: 4; .. Material !
1 i. .L;,:. 'ft or cockerel is medium light in color, such as be, denuded of its forests, and no provision GUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF
3 I J,. ;:}? breast not black, neck hackle etc., not distinctly made for those who are to succeed us? INDICESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS;
\ t 1';'. penciled, then we must look to the Sweep away our forests and the climate -- DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH,
would at once change and drouths, barren-
hens and to overbalance -
pullets supply, or even
; 't
:;: .,, ,, :. >; .1 the deficiencies or in American Sea- ness, and extremes of heat and cold inevi- BRICK, LIME, HAIR, Rev.J K. Graves, Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," J. R. Johnson 11. D.. of Abbeville. Miss.. Aug
i ... : ; tably result. Memphis,Tenn. bays: 1 received a package of roar 11.1882 says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical
; / ,) brights, (which are apt to show that they J Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It College and have practiced thirty-five years I use
;:: k" : :.- .\,1 are a new'breed and,cross-bred,) take a medium There are many parts of the country PLASTER, CEMENT, I works like a charm. T want no better Liver Regulator your medicine In my practice. It is not only a good
:' ; 21J light-colored cockerel for medium' where hedges could be grown, but the laborof '. |and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture. Liver Medicine,bat It Is a sovereign remedy for flu .
Rev.E.A Huffins, Frank'in. Ky.I Rev.J. S.Beasley,of Snmmerton
and of them until SHINGLES
' r' / dark hens etc. the lacings on planting care they .' S O.,Jan.'82.
; Aug. 82,says: It is the best medi- o says: I have used Zeilin1 -
# w, ,. '' breast, etc., and pencilings on hackles, would answer for a fence, and then the I emus I have overtaken in my life. It 4 preparation a great deal but find
i' .'.. ";!'t dark bills annual trouble and expense of trimming, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. j is caring mo of Dyspepsia. Send me your medicine altogether sanertor'another
> ;( marking on wings, dark tails, 1 package., :Bust! have it. in its eftect on the cystt-m.The best.
;;' bright yellow shanks and feet, with size and besides the loss of the ground they occupy, Rev. J. 1. Brittain, of Blonntsvilla. Dr. S. MansCeld.: Wholesale Druggist, Memphis,
;" .';. set of comb which should be small and render them rather too costly to adopt. PAINTS, OILS, ETC., Rn Ala., March 1SW2.says: I suffered with Tenn says: "Have sold it 30 -"-"S; my predecesuor
4 And then, again, what is more unsightlythan f. r y torpid liver and costiveness.and year sold it many rears before me.1'hat; this medicine is a
,.4 close-fitting tothehead. In Plymouth Rocks medicine co".o My wife has used it good! one can denyand that tt is the trap and
: I and all parti-colored fowls follow out the an untrImmed hedge, to say nothingof -AT- 'J with admirable effect for sick-headache genuine' immons Liver Medicine'none dare! CT'ngay

: 'f .Hltl same principle. In white leghorns, or all the harbor it affords for weeds, snow- r 1 !.'i' Original ani Only Genuine. Estat. 1840. ,, Yt:! ': ,c ,.!iIo,' ....."x '_

.. !. !1 ., P f: same colored fowls, select a cock or cockerel drifts, muddy roads, etc. The hedge, then, FRED W. HOYT & GO'S, ,, .: Put up in 25c. and SI.packages rn Y.; I.'' 'M Ji .
'' can be considered the fence. 1n:\- '.. and bottles by :l f
;: that has straw color in never coming : "i. -
, ,
., no yellow or
I", .1 '.' ):; ti, artofI plumage, and it is allowable to any use Baltimore Sun. SECOND STREET Near Centre. :' ;. ::1< : c.F. SIMMONS& CO..ST. LOUIS.4t' ..MO, .; .ad.:\ .!.:.r, -, ,.,, ; _. '. .

{: hens or pullets showing some yellow ort
;,: ; \.; ;, straw color and vice versa, etc. ; but red sad- AGRICULTURAL NOTES. HOUSE -FURNISHING GOODS !
'I : dIe feathers in males, and red breast in females -
i '; .: I :1' should not be considered more than TIME TO CUT TIMBER.-An old experi- COLLINS & COgj HARTFORDEstablished

i' : :,: culls in white leghorn. In all matings observe enced hand, and one well acquainted with

.l I. ; size, shape and texture of ear lobes, the timber business, says in the Cincinnati We invite your attention to our

,1. ;f.. ,r length and coloring of shanks, selecting Gazette that he can state with confidencethat 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
;, ; ,'. .. symmetrical and good-sized birds, and if all kinds of fencing timber-such as
', '! there is any deficiency in any of the parts or oak, hickory, chestnut, walnut, etc.willlast Crockery 1 Glassware,
p' :; ..: ': = point they should be supplied or overbalanced twice as long if cut in July or Augustas I

i, :,4 by the opposite sex. There should if cut in the winter or spring. He at-
.; I not be too many females to one male; seven tributes it to the fact that thetime indicated and offer our Goods in these lines as low as

'1 ; r to eleven are enough, and fifteen to twenty includes the last running of the sap and the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of
' '\ ,,,' i too many for any variety. leaves the tree in a condition to be neither

: \ :: ", ;. The idea of raising more pullets by keeping ?- subject to dry rot nor injury from worms. very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, ,

". "t tIf .'I' a larger number of females to a male! is FACTS ABOUT POTATOES.-Potatoes gain Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin
"I >; erroneous ; but as a rule there will be more nothing by remaining in the ground after
+! ,; r- lost by death, caused by a general debility the vines cease growing, while if the land Chamber Sets all colors; WoodenWare -

" !i-4: .. 1 than where the number of females to one becomes wet the soil will cling to them and of all kinds; and Housekeeping -
:, '; .. : male are not so many. There should not seriously injure their appearance in market.

: +j. '.. 11'1 be more than one male in a flock and if he Potatoes will keep much better in a moder- Utensils generally.

i\. : : tt. proves too attentive should be separated ately dark cellar-a strong light turning the
;, 1:1: from the hens after running together for an skin green and rendering them bitter and FRED Wr. HOYT & CO.

.. :,., 'Jt!$ hour or two in the morning, and left together unwholesome. They will also keep much

i'1, ;. } an hour or two before they go toI' better if the cellar is kept as cool as possible OF
I' roost and if the male has some special favorites without freezing. Ventilation is also
necessary -
:, :' ..: among the females they should be to their keeping qualities. C. H. HTJOT, '
;f {. 4; kept out some later. Do not, breed in and Axes Hatchets Picks
, in. Better use birds that are not akin. Itt How TO ENTRAP MICE.-Make a box ten
I I": w inches in the clear and -DEALER IN-
1. deep eight inches by
ti is best to mate a cockerel with hens, and a ,
( ',, eight and a quarter inches square; on the
: cock with pullets. A Pullet'sfirst: litter of I
inside of this fit AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
; four pane of 8x10 window
t .'r%1H{ eggs are not as good for hatching as after- 1
I t 1 t'i9 terwards. Feed properly after observing glass, leaving the top of the box open. After TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
i9'. : i ) : the above and the eggs will hatch if gathered setting the box in place, with bait on -I
the bottom the smell of the bait will
attract -
in cold weather before chilled too much
the mice and
as each one in his en- ,
and kept in a place where it does not freeze
Groceries Hardware
t 'I d;' !in winter and is cool in Summer set on ends deavors reach it will fall in, he will findit all sizes and pr'.c.s :- a $j t ) $ S Sliso\ Plowing Machines.
f impossible to get out. By this means
:, in coarse bran or oats and turned every day
'. r I .w 1' or two. I keep my eggs in a good cellar, in every mouse about the house may soon be DRY
; l i I J:} boxes (kept especially) for that purpose,) entrapped.LICE by writing to: the makers

1 .. i". i from three to four inches deep, so as to ad ON Hoos.-A correspondent of the Second Street COLLINS! & CO., 212 Water St., New York.
t, !.; mit of only one l layer; and sizes to hold Breeders' Gazette says that his hogs being

l : ; ; four to six sittings, eggs marked as to date much infested with lice, and hearing that vie FLA.
1 :1 when laid, and set on one end in oats and coal oil would fix them, he determined to STOVES TIN WARP ETC
' 'ft turned every day or two. try it. So he took his coal-oil can, and SIBLEY& Ccli

I'';1 \ The hen that steals her nest generally while the hogs were feeding he poured a FERNANDINASTEAM HIRAM
: succeeds in hatching out nearly all her eggs stream of the oil on them from the top of W. P. STREETY,

!l.' .\:: ;; although the first eggs may be laid fifteen their beads to the roots of their tails, apply- TURNIP
to twenty more days before she commences ing it particularly where the lice were more : Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, ,

'1 ; : to hatch, (this is evident from the fact that numerous, and it was really amusing to see [{ ] [SAW ] [{ MILL.]} FERNANDINA, FLA. ,,

I'. the one hen lays from thirteen to fifteen ort them run to their rubbing places and rub. *s ,# lit> /# *'-____* I
::1: ", more eggs, and averaging probably only two The result was that it not only killed the II I :?.-.. ." '. -
in three but she the nest lice and nits on the hogs but there T
! : f eggs days,) gets on was C. H. HUOT PROPRIETOR, IF SEED
'. every day or two and before leaving, turns enough coal oil rubbed off on the posts to -= I

',I ,, all her eggs ; but eggs that are to be shipped kill the lice and nits on them. He appliedit dl I Itj44 ,

any great distance should be fresh laid, some few weeks ago, and to-day there is constantly on hand- .
'i since they don't receive this attention dur- not a louse to be seen on the premises. HAS TNEW CROP REJUDY. !

',; ing their transit and are handled very GAPES CHICKENS. Take
IN -
; a ripe timothy prLumber by Cargoes. '
roughly at times. Set hens on the and
your head after freeing it of the fuzz, (which ..
i ground in a warm place in winter and cool leaves it like a broom splint, except that it Office on Second Street. vie Icy, !I HIRAM S1BLEY& CO.
I : in summer, if possible (as the moisture is rough,) take up the chick, and, holding it M N/f4. Ye v Ii II i
: i from the earth will keep the eggs in better in the left hand pull out its tongue, and at v 4 w'1' d- I II I I ROCHESTER N.Y. CHICAGO ILL.
<: condition to hatch out,) forming a rounded the root of it you will see the opening in I .79-183 MAIN STREET. 200-206 St.DOW'S .

I : :l out place the size of the desired nest, flat on the windpipe. Now hold the tongue out WH LE ALB AND EAL? : \ :

:;,. the ground, or in a low box on the ground, firmly with the third finger of the right M
l in which place short cut straw one to two hand while you insert the instrument with O

; t'I inches deep, put in eggs and set the hen on the same hand, holding the head firmly I JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALS .
'. ; .; them ; it is better to do this after night, with the left hand. Put the instrument P

.;. especially if the hen is inclined to be shy. down the windpipe straight and carefully a O NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT, :
: Don't place the eggs in anything where the till reach the bottom, and as drawit 5
you you 1--4 STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN but contains all the medicinal proper ;
',4, hen has to jump down on them, neither up keep twisting it all the time and you ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
: make the nest deep in centre, (but rounded will find it filled with small red S
worms.- AND SHEET-IRON WARE is very pleasant to ,take, and
; out flat,) so as not to crowd the eggs on top Baltimore Sun. 1 I
, F, 'c of each other as in this way a great many "0 ROOFING AND GUTTERING CURES INDIGESTION HEADACHE
; eggs are broken, and if any get broken,wash o
all the soiled ones clean in lukewarm water When the ground is ready let one person poooI PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC,
with dibber walk
U 4S and d1
a along puncture the
and place under her immediately as the
fifteen inches He =
t ; yolk on the shell will close up the pores plants apart. A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
, which destroys the vitality. Don't give can do it standing nearly erect almost as r.J2 call, and compare my prices with those of PAINS in the Stomach: and Bowel,
a fast he walk. Let
follow witha
t more than nine to eleven eggs to one hen in as can a boy Family Supplies other houses, here or elsewhere.
cold weather and eleven to thirteen or fifteen watering-pot of water with the rose off & and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-
; in warm weather according to size of putting two or three tablespoonful to each ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
a' hen. Dust nest, and hen with flower-sult hole, then drop the plants from a pan withan HEAVY GROCERIES BOOTS AND SHOES. action. Sold by
inch of water in which the ,
roots are set PALMER BRO'S,
r phur when set and two or three times during rr
a.:. t' the time of incubation and see that the before dropping. The setter follows, press-- THE NEW STORE.- Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.
ing the bottom of the plant firmly and covering -
I surroundings are kept clean and free from
with dry soil. We set regardless of C Hay and Grain #3f Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA
vermin and when the chicks out about +-
are 00
; and do not lose in hundred. W. F. WOOD Jr. GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
tti;. twenty-four hours remove from the nest sun, one plant a o :a { } SC without 22
in the
Tomatoes are set same way, except pepper.
+ and feed after being placed in a suitable
I,1: well cleansed, and whitewashed that plants stand four feet apart in check E-4 7 SHIP STORES 8 -
previously coop used, it is best to saturate with rows. It is mere arelessness to have plantsdie. > { Proprietor'} :E; O. S. OAKES

kerosene about twenty-four hours before This precaution will save any small fe == C

using.-A. J. Pontius, in Poultry :Messenger. plants) set in hot weather. The extra laboris Furniture, + C> Cr > ONTRACTOR AND BTTILDER,
not worth naming, as it is less than to reset '
t y f one plant in twenty-five.-Practical Far- 'sor MAN UF ACTURY.s

' ; The necessarily incurred in fencing CO
: expense ALL SIZES.
,'r the farm is greater than that of any Paints, '- Post Office Box 174.
feel about teething
not s
so nervous again baby's s
other outlay. The time has arrived in ail 11a
9 *' Crockery jan4 Fernandina,
( writes a grateful mother. We almost o
ftie eastern or Atlantic portion of the coun-
lost from cholera infantum but
our darling ,
# try at least, when stock-raising can no heard of Parker's Tonic r.J2r.J2 Hardware FOR THE BEACH
happily Ginger ,
loner -: S SIJI
be engaged in without the farmer has
time. A few spoonfuls soon cured baby AHO A MOONLIGHT. .DRIVE
0 good and sufficient fencing to restrain his
and occasional dose in <
r an keeps us good Willow-Wawe. 5i
stock from trespassing on his neighbor. A health." Mother. :s:
farm too, should be so fenced off into different i == The three elegant Omnibuses of McGinnis
fields as to admit of a rotation of cropsas \ & Rawson can be secured for private parties

well as to keep the different kinds of stock THE SAFEST WAY.The safest and surest o C> C> on very reasonable terms,at any hour,efcher
separate and apart from the other. Indeed, way to restore the youthful color of the hairis M day or night.

n it would be much better if every farm were furnished by Parker's, :Hair Balsam, which, O 26 McGINNIS & RAWSON.
i a so fenced as to admit of some portions of it is deservedly popular from its superior clean- P C> -{ Fernandina, } gam,

being used for pasturing purposes at any liness. \- To Rent.

4 time. Where stock-raising is not made a htlU y :a { Cor. Centre & Third. }} S The property known as Sanborn's Stores.
specialty farming can be conducted with The best iron and the for
r very preparation t t..r Apply particulars to
f but Httleorno inside fencing-all such stock one having the largest sale is Brown's Iron ri 1 &1 Low t &1 t thc Low lt. e A. B. NOTES.

as arc necessary being then confined within Bitters. j59 TIIE NEW STORE.-& Fernandina, July 15-tf.



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GOOD ADVICE.You will prevent and cure Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New jSSr Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE
the greater part of the ills that afflict man- St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. Parkers HairB&lsMMSathfic the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida \;
kind in this or any section if you keep your 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley, New Troy. *the most futidkxu u a p.rfect Hiir Restorer and. Central and Western Railroad.

stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect working Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Kerer reuIIlC'Fails Admired to Restore(ccitaeleanliursaawl.krautyrrtwnec Grey or Faded lAir Through tickets via this line at the Com-

order. There is no medicine known Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. to UM youthful color. 50 eta.and tl sixe atldrogp.U. pany's. Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7
that docs this as surely as Parker's Ginger Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Tallahassee. West Bay Street.
It will blood rich and Duval 1st Tuesday in November. ,
Tonic. keep your Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. WILLIAM 0. AMES,
pure, and give you good health at little cost. FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, Got Gen'l Passenger Agent,

! See other column. Spring Term- Talfahassee. Jacksonville, Fla.
-- Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. W. M. DAVIDSON,
I WHY WELCOME.-What makes Floreston General Manager
C. Pearce Talla- ,
Marion, 4th :Monday in March. Collector of Ret'euue-C. ,
welcome on lady's toilet Jacksonville Fla.j. .
Cologne every ,
Putnam 3d after 4th in hassee. iii-
Tuesday Monday
is its lasting fragrance and rich, MCELROY
table March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. .

flowery odor. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in : : Master Transportation Tallahassee ,Fla.T1IME .
--- -- -- ------ March. LEVY COUNTY. r
scientific chemical compound that gives
i health A and strength is Brown's Iron Bitters. Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; I
:March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. .. / CARD
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Post-Office Notice. Fall Term- Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. fBest .,r Y JL OF THE
I Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. TT .
Office Hours-From 8:00: A. M. to 7:00 P. M. Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR

I Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Key. r :, RAILROADAND

i ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-

I! Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday-) November.Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. PABKiKOJNjGERiTONICGinger I FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. {

Arrives................. 5:50: p. M. and G:05 P. M. MADISON COUNTY. In Effect July 3d, 188S.
i Closes.................. 7:30 A. M. and 9:30: A. M. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- Kurilu, Stllliugia and s
I Spring Term- many of the Lest medicines known are here combined GOING
! Transit & Peninsular Railroad into a rncilicine of such varied: and effective ,
4th :
Orange, Monday in January. son.SheriffS. Leave Fernandina................. .. '
Madison. .
I \rrives. ...................................... 5:50 P. M. Volusia, 3d :Monday in February. M. Hankins, powers as to make the Greatest Blood Purificr&the 11.00 a.m.
Madison Leave Hart's Road....................
I Closes......................................... 7:30 A. N.'r Brevard, 1st :Monday in March. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Best Health and Strength Restorer Ever Used. -11.40a.m.
I Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, It cures Dyspepsia Rheumatism,Fleeplessness, Leave Callahan........................... 12.40p.m.
Jacksonville, South and West Florida- Dade, 3d :Monday in April. Madison. all diseases of the Stomach, Bowels, Lungs,Liver, Leave Dutton.,..........,,.......... ..... 1.07p.m.

Arrives.................. 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. M. I Fall Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. Kidneys, and all Female Complaints.If Leave Brandy Branch ................. 1.22 p.m.
'r doses .................... 9:30: A. M. and 5:30: p. M. Orange, 2d :Monday in August. Collector of Revenue-3L H. Warring, Mad- disease you are, wuting the 1 away C with Consumption It will or : Arrive Bald win........................... 1.45p.m.
Arrives Sunday..... 10:25: A. M. Volusia, 2d Monday in September. any help you.: Femember use UN! it is to-day.far superior to Bitters surely, Leave Baldwin........................... 2.10 p.m. '
I Closes Sunday........ 4:00 P. M. Brevard, 4th Monday in September.Dade ison.Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad- Essences of Ginger and other Tonics,as it builds Leave Manville.......,......,..,......... 2.35p.m. E
and MailArrives 2d :Monday in November. ison. tip the system! without intoxicating, 500. and$1 Leave Highland........................... 2.56 p.m.
St. Mary's King's Ferry sizes: ,atall dealer-dm,s. None,cnuinewithout: Leave :Lawtey .....................-...... 3.12 p.m. ,
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 P. M. County Officers. MANATEE COUNTY. signature Hi cox&Jo.N Y. &end! for circular Leave Temple's................. ........ 3.28 p.m.

Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. ALACHUA COUNTY. County Judge-Z. 'f. Crawford, Manatee. LARGE SAVING IN BUYING THE DOLLAR SIZZ. Arrive Starke.............................. ............

St. Mary's and Dungeness- Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Leave Starke .............................. 3.36p.m. 1
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. obtained for new inventionsor Leave Thurston ........................- 3.48p.m.

Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: P. M. ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown PATENTS for improvements in old Arrive Waldo............................. 4.10 p.m.
Clerk J. A. Carlisle Gaines'ille.SheriffJohn .
Collector of Ret.'enue-l\larion G. Carlton, Leave Waldo............ ....
Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. M. W. Turner Gainesville. ones. Caveats, Infringements, Trade-Marks ............. 4.20 p.m. ,
Clones Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Popash.Superintendent. and all patent business attendedto. Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m.
Assessor W. Hawthorne Schools-Felix J. promptly
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 P. M. Hawthorne.of axes George of Seward, INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Arredondo ........................ 5.24 p.m.

Pine Level. REJECTED still in most be Leave Batton............................. 5.36p.m.
Orders and Letters from Collector Revenue-H. C. Denton Gaines- may cases, pat-
Money Registered of MARION COUNTY Leave Archer........... .
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ented by the U. S. Pat- ............. 5.52 p.m.
9:00: A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 P. M. ville. F. Marshall Ocala. us. Being opposite Leave Br ............... .
County Judge-Samuel ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- nson .......... 6.21 p.m. t
to 4:00: P. M. Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. NESS EXCLUSIVELY Leave Ot Creek........................ 6.51 p.m.
RIDDELL P. M. we can secure pat-
I SAML. T. Gainesville. A. B. Crutchfield Ocala. Leave Rosewood.............. '
, Sheriff" ents in less time than those who are remote .. ......... 7.30 p.m.
! GENERAL' -DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. Assesstor of lares-Thomas Barco, Cotton Washington. i Arrive Cedar Key.,..................... 80.2 p.m. w

County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant. When Inventors: send model or sketch, GOING NORTH.

I United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy, we make search in the Patent Office, and Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.00 a.m.

OFFICE GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. advise as to its patentability free of charge Leave Rosewood........................ 7.38 a.m. t
Assessor of Taxes-George. P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools-H. C. :Martin, Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- Leave Otter Creek....................... 8.13a.m. r

Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Leave Bronson................. ........... 8.55a.m.
Uccciver-J F. Rollins! Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY. IS OBTAINED.We Leave Archer.............................. 9.25 a.m.

8Itrvclor-General-lalacln Martin, Talla- Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. refer by permission to the City Post- Leave Batton .............................. 9.42 a.m.
hassee.::; Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. master, and to the Superintendent of the Leave Arredondo ........................ 9.57 a.m.

DISTRICT COURT. Olustee. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Leave Gainesville......................10.24 a.m.
JjtfJ Marshal-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. terms, etc., addressC. Leave Waldo........................... ..11.25 a.m. j e
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York. Lake Butler. Collector of Ret'enue-'Ya1ter C. Maloney, A. SNOW & CO., Leave Thurston.........................11.54 p.m.

INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key 'Yest.Superintendent. Opp.Patent Office. Washington D.O. 2tf Arrive Starke.............................. .............
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonille.COLLEC"TOr. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake of''Schools-- V. Harris,Key Leave Starke..............................12.15 p.m. ,
.' Butler. West. HORACE DREW, Leave Temple's.........................12.24 p.m. x
John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of P..evenue-Bunberry Haynes, :NASSAU COUNTY. Stationer Leave Lawtey ............................12.48 p.m.
I Edwin Higgins Jacksonvi. Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Bookseller Leave Highland.......................- 1.10 p.m.
John F. House, St. Augustine. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina. Printer and Binder. Leave Maxville........................... 1.35 p.m.

Joseph Hirst Cedar Key. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.05 p.m.
BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff( John A. Eller on, Fernandina. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.30p.m.

State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-\Vm. H. Garland, Fer- A SPECIALITY. Leave Brandy Branch................. 2.55 p.m.
Point. nandina. Leave Dutton -........................... 3.15p.m.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott.. Fer- # ?* Liberal discounts to Teachers and Leave Callahan........................... 4.05p.m.
Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- nandina. Trade. Special and free Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.50 p.m. .
prices Catalogue on
GOt'ernor-'Vm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. gianna.Collector. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- application. !. Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.25 p.m. i

1. ,Lieutenant-Governor Key West.Secretary -Livingston W. Bethel lando, Orange of Reenue-A.county.Superintendent D. Johnston, Or- botham, Callahan. 59 W. BAY STREET, Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR a

of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee of Schools-A. Grady, La ORANGE COUNTY. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
i :; Grange. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando. DIVISION.

f, Cotnptroller-\\1. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. CLAY COUNT I Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. RAILROADS. GOING SOUTH. i

TtCll.mrcr-IIenry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff( Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid. --------. ---- -- Leave Waldo Junction.:............... 4.18 p.m. I
mcy-General-George P. Raney, Talla- Park. Assessor of Taxes-.Jameb.M. Owens, Fort FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m.

hassee. Clerk-0. A. Buddington Green Cove Reid, :Fla.Collector. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57 p.m.
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Springs.: of Revenue-Richard H. :Marks, FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. Leave Locliloosa......................... 5.15 p.m.

Tallahassee. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sanford. Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.42 p.m.
Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K.Footer Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, JACKSONVILLE-- 13th Leave Anthony Place.................. 6.07p.m.
Tallahassee. : May 1883.
Fort Reid. Leave Silver ........ .... ...
Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. /COMMENCING: this date Trains this Spring. .. .. 6.35p.m.Leave .
Ad Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, PUTNAM COUNTY. Vy road and its connection,will run on as follows Ocala..............................- .00
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Maxville.: Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. : Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m.

(Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10 p.m.
Sheriff-Thomas Shall '. WESTWARD.No.
Middleburg. ) No. 1. GOING NORTH i
Clerk-II. C. Long, Tallahassee. As.'fessor-S. E. Timmons.
Columbus Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Ret'e1L1te-Joseph Price. Accom. Mail. Leave Wildwood........... .............. 7.00
Special Ayent- Drew
Building Jacksonville. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. Leave Jacksonville....... 6.00 p m 9.30 a m Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.25 a.m.

Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Strickland. Arrive Baldwin ............ 7.15pm 10.13am Leave Ocala................................. 8.30a.m.
SUPREME; COURT. Sheri, -3. W. Perry, :Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Lake Cit.l1A5 pm 1.00 pm Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m. ,
Chief Justice'-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers::Lake City. 11 Live Oak............ 1.25am 2.18pm Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.15a.m.
Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, :Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. 11 Madison ............ 3.35am 4.03pm Leave Orange :Lake ..................... 9.43 a.m. t

see.Associate Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff-Thomas Osteen, Perry. 44 Drifton............... 5.25am 5.30pm Leave Lochloosa:; ................... ....10.10 a.m.
Justice-11. B. Van Valkenburgh, Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. 14 Monticello ......... 5.55am 5.50pm Leave Hawthorne........................10. 9 a.m.

Jacksonville. DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools T. J. Franklin, 41 Tallahassee......... 7.00 a m 7.00 p m Leave Dixie....................... ........10.47
Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. County Judge-William A. McLean Jack- Perry. Leave Tallahassee......... 7.25 pmArri'.eQuincy. Arrive Waldo Junction..... .........11.10 a.m.
CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. .............. 8.40 pm
First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman County SUft'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Chatta. River.:.... 9.40pm Trains daily, except Sunday.
Collector of Revenue-J. B, Hardee, Perry.
sacola. Leave River Junction... 9.40pm
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. Sheriff Assessor of Uriah Taxes-A.Bowden J., Jacksonville.Prevatt Jackson- Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. Arrive Marianna.......... 11.23 pm FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

JOHN'S COUNTY. Pensacola........... 6.35am GOING SOUTH.

Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville.Collector of Revenue Moses J. Brown County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus- Montgomery..... 8.50pm Leave Fernandina...... 2.00p.m. 7.15 p.m. ;
'4 Mobile..............
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Jacksonville. tine. 4.25pm Leave Hart's Road..... 2.35p.m. 7.48 p.m. ;
ville. 44 New Orleans..... 10.15pm Arrive Jacksonville.... 3.37 I
Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. p.m.
Fifth Oi.rcuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- sell 44 Houston:; ........... 6.50 a m
Jacksonville. Sheriff( Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine GOING NORTH.

ville. HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St. EASTWARD.No. Leave Jacksonville..... 7.30 f
Sixth Oirr-uit-H. L. :Mitchell, Tampa. 4. No. 2. a.m. 4.15 p.m.
Seventh Circuit"". Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine.Collector Accom. Mail. Leave Hart's Road..... 8.30 a.m. 5.20p.m.6.00p.m..
Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. St. of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, Arrive Jacksonville:; ...... 6.40am 4.30pm Arrive :Fernandina.... 9.05 a.m. .

Court Calendar. Sheriff James :M. Duncan, Jasper. Augustine.Superintendent. Schools-C. F. Baldwin............ 5.15am 3.48pm Trains double daily except Sunday. {1
Assessor of T'lXes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. St. Augustine. Perpall, Lake City........... 1.20 a m 12.47 p m SUNDAY TRAINS.

Fall Term- FIRST CIRCUIT. Collector of Relenue-'V. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY. LiveOalc............11.40pm 11.34am Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.00 a.m.

Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Columbia County.Superintendent Madison ............ 9.30pm 10.08am Arrive Fernandina.....................10.25 a.m
Walton, 4th Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Clerk County-Thomas Judge-Henry J. S.Cassidy, Leesburg, 44" Drifton............... 7.20pm 8.23am Leave Fernandina........................5.00 p.m '
erts Ancrum. Ivey, Leesburg. .. .....
Holmes 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Slu-riff-J. S. 44 Monticello 7.45pm 8.50am Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25 p.m8.45p.m..
Dyches Leesburg.
HERNANDO Tallahassee......... 5.30pm 6.45am
in October. COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster. Leave Tallahassee ........ 7.00 a m
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge"". L. Frierson, Brooks- Collector of Ret'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton
Arrive Quincy............. 5.30 a m CONNECTIONS.
in October. ville.
Sumterville. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.30 a m .
Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in ClerK-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke, Arrive River Junction.. 4.30 a m AT FERNANDINA- FLA.,
Sh.eriff-J. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. 44 Marianna......... 2.28am 1
cambia. 1st Monday in December. Assessor of 7 cures-Frank E.Saxon Brooks With New York and Fernandina Steam- ,
SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Pensacola........... 7.30pm
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8
Leave ..... 8.30
County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live Montgomery. a m
10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of lletenJ1.e-F. M. Townsend a.m.,11.31 a.m., or G.15 p.m. : and for New
Oak. Leave Mobile............... 2.00pm
Spring Term. Brooksville. York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.or 1
Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave New Orleans...... 8.40am '
THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Houston............ 6.15 pm 5.50 p.m. !
Spring Term Fort Dade. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wel- Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. born. except Snncln. nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .

April.Madison County Judge-H. 1.. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Ret'enue-Robert F. Allison, SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. CALLAHAN.To a
2d Monday in April.'k-'Ym. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak. SLEEPING CARS Tallahassee to Pensacola. and from Savannah and Charleston! at

Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Sheriff J). Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones CONNECTIONS.: 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m. ;

in Suwauee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Live Oak. At Jacksonville, with Way cross Line by AT BALDWIN, FLA., }
April. Collector of Ret'enue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.Cuunty.ludgeJames No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for ii
To and from Tallahassee 1.45
4th at
3d after :
Monday Monday p.m.
m Superintendent of School -W.P. Henderson H. Chandler, Enter all points North and East; with the Fernan- '
Tampa. prise. dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE,

in April.: Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. 'Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m. and 2.40

B. Christie Sheriff W. A. Cone the St. Johns River. p.m. '
Fall Term- County Judge-J. Monticello. Enterprise.
Simkins Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson Enter- At Baldwin by }:o. 1 with Florida Tran- AT WILDWOOD.
Sheriff T. B. Monticello. ,
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in
October.( Clerk W. C. Bird, Monticello. prise. sit & Peninsula Railroad for Gainesville, With Stage Line to and from Brooksville

Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of ScWQ1J'V. R. Taylor, Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De- Ocala Ports., Leesburg, cedar Key, and all Gulf and Tampa daily except Sunday.
Monticello. Land. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
Hamilton 4th Monday in October. t
At Live Oak with the Savannah Florida
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer-" M. Girardeau, Mon- Superintendent of Schools. Cranshaw, & Western Railroad.At daily except Sunday.AT .
in October. ticello. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch CEDAR KEY, FLA., ,
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th ){Monday ticello.Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon WAKULLA COUNTY. Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers i

October. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. urdays.At for Key West, Monday and Thursday .
Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah.Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Sheriff '\". H. Walker, Crawfordville. Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- p. m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and ,
in October. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Friday.

.. FOURTH CIRCUIT1 LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval, sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key .
Spring Term County Judge-" J. Dixon, fow Troy. Crawfordville. and all points in the West, Southwest, and West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.; ,
St. John's, 2d Tuesday' March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. County Treasurer"1. W. Walker, Craw Northwest farming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.
Clay, 4th Tuesday Iarch. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ford,iIle. QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April.Baker Superintendent ofScftools-J.C.Ranisey,New Collector Rn."enue-W.H. Walker,Craw points ; and with the Central and People's etc., apply to
211 1 Tuesday in April. Troy. ford vill>. Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A. 0. MAcDONELL,
Nassau, April. County Trea.'mrcr-J. M. N. Peacock, New Asse&or of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Crawford Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent.D. .

Duval, l&t Tuesday in May. Troy., vile. Columbus and Eufaula. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 12 '
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. I their friends and, to be candid, by a good tertaining the Grand Lodge, and right nobly Chas. A Fulwood, A A Robinson, W Dun- Knights of Honor.Weeapopku -

','L. 'i i u W< ? many of the boys here who had witnessed did he succeed. The Grand Lodge being bar Palatka ; T Bishop, Orlando ; W 0 Lodge, No. 2535 K. of H,
J* Bellair Detroit Mich. Dexter Hunter
j 3 ; that the home Dictator Russell at 9 ; meets the first and third
in convened Grand Tuesday
*' i ."Vk their playing Jacksonville by nights m
< ( Albany ; Chas L Bucky, New York ; W B
I "E ,. ,f $1.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS boys were put upon their mettle and came o'clock. m. on Wednesday, work was Miranda, Pinellas Fla. ; B F Alderman, every month, at 8 o'clock.G.. X. SACSSY. ,

to the home plate for the third inning undaunted commenced at, once, the regular order of Marianna ; John Fitzgerald, Str. St. NicholasB W. J. WOO W.\RD, Reporter. Dictator.

3 f/ Ktr {ti t- Reflections. in spirit. Stark to the bat. He business expeditiously transacted, and completed B Wright, Pittsburg Pennsylvania;
Miss Murdoch J E Bishop, M A Dzialynski,
s: 1' .*k F. W. Simmons has North. struck a safe ball to short stop, who sent it at 7 p. m C R Bisbee, W: D Vinzant C S McNelty, T Legion of Honor.

gone wild to first, permitting Stark to make a The following Grand Lodge officers were A Ledwith. B M Call, H B Totter. John C Ponce de Leon Council No. 922, A. L.
Vi -? Mrs. Kydd left Thursday morning for the L'Engle, wife and children Wm Boemond, H. meets the second Of
home run amid the cheers of the spectators. elected for the ensuing year : and fourth Friday ;
)).' '* M Uorth. Swann and Snead'followed, both making Grand Dictator A. J. Russell, Jackson- Joseph H Durkee, wife, child and nurse, C nights in every month, at 8 o'clock.
t H Ashmead, Martin Griffin, John L Marvin THEO. STARBITCK.
1; .,. No meeting of the City Council last Wed- bases. Maxwell to the bat. Clarence is ville; reelected. F F L'Engle, wife and son, ,V B Met- W. J. WOODWARD Secretary.Commander.

nesday. one of the surest strikers of the nine Vice-Grand Dictator-H. J. Stewart Jasper calf, S A Wethington. A S Mann, Mrs E A

s'fl and there was'a chance for Castellow, E H Harman, Jacksonville: AM -
: The colored people will excurt to Gainesville :!- a ; reelected. -
Hyer, Orlando G B Smith, Fernandina
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1: : v to-day. record in this inning. Me.nwhile.Swann I Assistant Grand Dictator-I. H. Fry, Pa- W B Pine, Florida; H S Morse, Miss Sher- ADVERTISEMENTS.
'lilv had made his third and Snead second. latka.
: t';, Judge Nolan and daughter, of Sanford, ry, Brunswick ; John A. McDonald wife -
dw,tl : were at the Strathmore this week. Maxwell bit to first, being promptly put Grand Reporter-W. J. Woodward, Fer- and vannah.children, Eustis, Fla; C N West, Sa

out; Snead on second, lost his head and nandina; reelected.
r 'i'' ii The State of Texas had fifty-seven passen-
nj; ; forced Swann off third, and by a nice trip- Grand Treasurer-J. H. Ancrum, Jasper ; Range of Thermometer
for New York on her trip North Thurs-
H r:! gers pie play the Jacksonvillans put the side reelected. FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JULY 20,

.: day evening. out. The Heralds went to the bat, and Grand Chaplain-Rev. N. A. Bailey, Mic- HORSEY'S DRUG

Mr. Ansley, the jeweler has moved his in beautiful in 1 2 3
o ,. were put out style or- anopy.
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t ,. store to the building lately occupied by Mr. Grand Guide-W. H. Garland, Fernan- A :1 ::: BROWN'S
der.In d y:
DurySe as an office. the fourth inning both clubs were dina. It- r .
... .
8 t i' I Mrs. C. C. Pearce and daughter, and Fred. whitewashed, leaving the score 8 to 1 in favor Grand Guardian-Herman Glowgosky, Saturday..July14 i 76 91 92 89 W.

trg T. Myers, wife and two children, of Tallahassee of the Heralds.In Gainesville. Sunday ..............15 82 93 92 87 BE. IRON
; are at the Strathmore. the fifth inning the Fernandinans had Grand Sentinel-J. H. Sage, Fort Mason. Monday ............16 83 93 1192 88 SE.
Tuesday.............17 81. 94 W.
tumbled to the swift of Smith of to the Lodge
Mr. Chas. H. Foster, Clerk of the Supreme pitching Representatives Supreme : 'Vednesday..18 80 92 95 871 W.

"' Court of Florida, visited Amelia Beach this the Heralds and by good play were enabledto Jacob Huff, Esq., of Jacksonville, for two Thursday..19 76 88 82 80 X'V. BITTERSwill

'E week, stopping at the Strathmore. make 4 runs, while the Jacksonville years; C. B. Magruder, Esq., of Pensacola, ............... 77 86 184 80 I NE.

boys scored only one. In the sixth inning alternate for two
years. cure dyspepsiaheartbum, malaria -
{ r: H. E. Dotterer has leased of Mr. Duryeethe
i .. ? warehouse adjoining his store for the they repeated this, scoring 4 runs, while Captain A. O. MacDonell, of Fernandina, MARINE. kidney disease, liver complaint,

they whitewashed the visitors, amidst deaf- for one year; H. I. McOall, of Madison, alternate and other wasting diseases.
; .; purpose of storing his crockery and glass-
ening cheers of the spectators. The game for one year. Port of Fernandtna.
.. ware.
: "). stood 9 to 9. At this stage of the game, the Medical Examiner-Dr. J. D. Fernandez, HIGH WATER.

: : 'w't Captain W. S. Rawson, next week, will Heralds became alarmed,and resorted to a lit- Jacksonville Saturday, July 21...... 8:54 A.M. 9:15: p. M.

.: ./ raffle off a beautiful trotting horse, Joe tle piece ofstrategy which won them the game Trustees-Jacob Huff, Esq., of Jacksonville Sunday, u 22...... 9:40: 10:00 BROWN'SIRON

,,: i't: t Golddust, recently purchased by him in Sa- It was evident that Smith's balls were batted Captain A. O. MacDonell, of Fernan- Monday, "" 23..10:24": 10:43: ""
24..11:10. 11:31
r x:'", "l,rt' vannah. pretty freely by their opponents and Grif- dina and Captain E. P. Cater, of Gaines- Wednesday, 25...... 0:00": 0:03":

: :; Messrs. Hynes and LeRay formerly of fin took his place, while Sullivan relieved ville. Thursday, 26...... 0:29": 1:02 .

t... i';,,44 Jacksonville, will open a bakery and confectionery Crandall as catch. The home nine were unable The place and time of the next meetingwill Friday, "C-..I...... 1:29 2:03 "

: .; :, in what is known as the old post- to catch on to the slow curved pitchingof be at Palatka on the second Tuesday in ENTERED.

: !. "I office building, on Centre street. Griffin, until it was too late and they June, 1885. BITTERSenriches
; ., "'. t July 14-Sch. Post Boy, Gott,Lemon, Costa
'!Iii me District Conference of the j'>ieinoaisiEpiscopal "' .1!: made only 1 run in the last three innings, un r. '\wcanesaay evening, at the ArlingtonHouse Rico; ballast to master.

"i w ; : ; Church, South, which opened its while the visitors made 5. I a banquet was given by Alachua 14-S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald, Savannah the blood and purifies the

; !'j; ;' i ift deliberations at the Methodist Church in The Fernandina boys played a most ex- Lodge to the' iFand Lodge, a repast which ,to with C. A.freight and. pas- system; cures weakness, lack of
sengers, Haley.u bottle.
}. :>: ;.;i a: this city last Friday, adjourned on Monday. cellent game and were the recipients of showed it was fully appreciated by the man- 17-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- energy, etc. Try a .Io)
...' the of their in whic1f'the it. vannah with and
many congratulations on part ner participants enjoyed ; freight pas-
t..", i I'f' The Fernandina Base Ball Club has received -
\ friends. Considering that the nine, as constituted All were made happy, and a general flow of sengers to C. A. Haley.
7 ; a challenge from the Brunswick 18-S. S. State of Texas Risk 1,542
4 I. had never played together before good spirit prevailed thus closing one of
} "' Base Ball nine, and they have accepted. tons. New York ; freight and BROWN'SIRON
I" it is surprising that they should give the the pleasantest meetings that the Grand to R.W. Southwick, '
r : :; : i. ft The game will be played here during the passengers
,. t ,
; visitors so close a rub. Nix and Stark were Lodge has held. agen t.
.' i first week in August. the battery for the home nine and played 20-Sch. Ruth T. Carlisle, McBride

.. *;: 'x]r: We learn that arrangements have been almost faultless standing the racket of The Florida Herald's Report of the Philadelphia ; bricks, to order.
20-Sch. Caleb Townsend.
+ ; in the Redway,
I ; t concluded which will result shipment -
i".11 the whole game, while their opponentswere New York ; general merchan-
'. L : by Mr. Louis Bucki of nearly one million obliged to change in the seventh in- The report of the Florida Herald of the dise, to Hoyt, Noyes, Dotterer

'I.! 1'.4v. feet of lumber monthly from this port. ning. Swann on first, and Palmer as short base-ball match between its nine and the and others. BITTERSis
k ;: : ) ': P I s The arrangement will go into effect imme- stop, did nearly perfect work, the latter making Fernandina Base-Ball Club does great injus- 21-S. P. St. Nicholas with freight, Fitzgerald and Savannah -
a ., 1.',.: 1i: diately. a beautiful catch of a liner, while Men- tice to our home club. A meeting of the sengers, to C. A. Haley, agent. the only Iron preparation that

r i si; ; 4.; Morris Dzialynski, Jacksonville's rotundand zies, in the left field, made the fly catch of Executive Committee was called :yesterday, CLEAR ED. does not headache color the teeth, and will not
I cause or constipation, as
; ,.:.t.f:!! jolly ex-Mayor; United States Marshal the game in the last inning.An when it was decided to publish the follow- 14-Bark Ibis, Sawyer New York; I other Iron preparations will.

: r 1r. Durkee, wife and child; John C. L'Engle, erroneous decision of the umpire's was ing open letter. It meets the points so fully lumber by Payne, Cook & Co.

", 1 I. 1"{it. wife and children ; F. F. L'Engle, wife and very costly to the Fernandina club. They that we need add nothing: 15-S. P. St. Nicholas; with freight, Fitzgerald and pas-Savannah -

; son, Jacksonville, were at the Strathmore were at the bat, a ball was pitched, passedthe AN OPEN LETTER. sengers, by C. A. Haley.

i t' ','t this week. catcher and struck a bystander. It was To the Florida Herald: 16-Sch. Post Boy, Gott, Manzauello ; BROWN'SIRON
:j Feeling that the account published in ballast, to"master.
E 't The following is the cargo of the State of declared a dead ball. In the meantime :your "
19-5. S. State of Texas Risk
of club's to this the ,
trip city on
: : f r. Texas, which sailed from this port for New Maxwell, who was on third, came home, paper your tons, New York ; freight and

i I .d York Thursday evening : 395 barrels rosin, but was obliged to go back under the decision occasion of the recent game between the passengers,by R.W. Southwick,
Herald's and our own club does us an injus-
I .!! 120 barrels spirits, 1,343logs cedar, 263 cases and before he could again come in, agent.
tice desire to call attention to some 18-8. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa-
we your
r, ;. ,: j cedar. 18 barrels syrup, 11 bales moss, 700 the side was out. Errors of judgment are always vannah ; with freight and passengers -
facts which have ignored or grossly mis-
; I ,'j' melons, 80 packages merchandise. excuseable in an umpire,but ignoranceof you by C. A. Haley. BITTERSLadies

II the rules is scarcely tolerable. We quote represented.You 20-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah -
r j From the report of the base ball game in is when
untrue with and
state what
you say freight pas-
the rules of the League on this subject: and all sufferers from neu-
; this city of the Florida Herald, we opine C. A.
by Haley.
: that of club sengers
., none our accompanied your and kindred com-
ralgia hysteria,
A Dead Ball is a ball delivered to the bat ,
\ that if the Heralds had not worn patent by the pitcher, that touches the batsman'sbat club from the depot to the hotel. We senta IN PORT. plaints,will find it without an equal.

t' I',; I base ball shoes without plates, and if the without being struck at, or any part of committee of three to Jacksonville to meet Bark Caro, Armstrong.Brig .
E. Powell Mitchell.Sch. .
on the ground hadnot been slippery Y. the batsman's while standing in his Mary ,
r J grass person you and accompany you on the train. Your Tom Williams, Wheaton.
; position, without being struck at, or
the Fernandina nine would not have made any
Mr. Ashmead and that committee arrangedthe Rch. Ruth T. Carlisle, McBride.
f E part of the Umpire's person, without first
: I' a run. passing the Catcher. details of transportation in the city while Sch. Caleb Redway, Townsend.For .

.1 I. The strong northeast wind which sprang The following is the score: on the cars ; one of our men rode with your 1

i "{ up suddenly Thursday afternoon during the FERNANDINA.R. club in a bus which our club hired and paid Sale.A .

I for for the occasion ; three or four of our handsome piano and stool for $100.
smouldering O. E. B.H. 2BH 3BH Less than can be bought in any city.
club at the hotel arrival and
- were your PERCY JONES.

into flame again, and for about an hour a Swann, 1st b.......... 2 3 1 3 ... ... ate dinner with you; we escorted you to the Fernandina. July 14,1883.Nassau J. H. PRESCOTT,
the lower of Snead, f.f.............. 1 4 1 2 ... ... the beach
smoke to
dense the
: hung over part and after ,
grounds, game
Maxwell, 3d b....... 0 3 2 1 ... ... DEALER IN
i the town. Hubby, 2d b......... 0 4 2 1 ... ... where we paid for your bathing suits and Fibre,

.t The little steamer Flora, which ran on the Lewis, c. f............. 0 4 0 2 ... ... your supper, and brought you back to the For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTH'S, LADIES'.
Palmer, s. s........... 0 3 3... 1 ... without having been to ex- to anything else in use. For sale by
three city, your any
; St. Marys river some years ago, left Menzies 1. f........... 1 3 0 1 ... ... June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S

Jacksonville Wednesday for Cedar Key. She Nix. p................... 2 2 0 1 ... ... pense.
'1 will run between that port and Clear Water Stark, c................. 4 1 2 3 ... ... We refer to these matters because your Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.

'' '- Harbor. Captain Joe Smith is in command. - report of the affair would lead those unac- Tracts containing twenty acres each of FINE SHOES
Totals .... ........
r ... 10 27 11 14 1 ... that choice hammock land ,
{ We learn that she was off St. Augustine quainted with the facts to suppose we high on Orange Lake,
HERALD.R. suitable for growing and truck farm- AND
t i I during the storm of Wednesday night but treated you as though you were tramps, and orange
i t O. E. B.H. 2BH 3BH ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
rode out the gale safely. - -- that we acted in anything but a gentlemanlymanner very conveniently situated for transpor- Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,

The pulpits of the Methodist and Presbyterian Burbridge, 2d b...... 4 2 0 1 1 toward you. tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
Sullivan, 3d b........ 2 3 1 1 2 1 The whole article is written in a sneeringtone terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- !
i + churches, last Sunday, were occupied Peterson, s. s......... 2 3 1 3 ... ... and abounds with misrepresentations.As tionable. Also valuable timber lands in : FERNANDINA, FLA.

by visiting ministers in attendance at the Smith, p.............. 1 6 1 0 1 ... large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS
: Methodist District Conference. At the Presbyterian Burkheim, 1st b..... 1 1 0 4 ... .? there was no possible cause for it, we can- February 16,1882. Fernandina, Fla. THE FAIRMOUNT COLLEGEFOR

1 1M Church Rev. C. A. Saunders, of Adams, c. f............ 1 3 0 2 ... ... not accept it in any other light than that ofa
5 Griffin, 1. f............. 0 5 0 1 ... ... willful perversion of the truth. Your Mr. For Hent.
r Sanford preached in the morniqg. while at Bisbee, r. f............. 1 2 2 2 ... ... Ashmead who was with the party, must A very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof YOUNG LADIES-

>; the Methodist Rev.S. Bishop,of Lake Jesup, Crandall, c............. 2 2 3 1 ... ... JOHN HEDGES,
know that what we say is true, and that the 19-tf Fernandina INSTITUTION IS SITUATED ATJIOUNT
i preached in the morning, and Dr. J. Wof- - January Fla. THIS
Totals..............14 27 8 16 4 2 allusions you make of your treatment here
Tucker of discoursedon
ford Orange
INNINGS. were entirely uncalled for. Livery Stable at a Bargain.I : EAGLE. TENN.,
missionary work in the evening.
123456789 If the report above alluded to is endorsedby offer at a bargain my entire establish-
the of the Cumberland Mountains
on plateau
: Fernandina 00104410 0-10 the Florida Herald Club and we are ment in this city, consisting of Carriages, the
: few miles from the of
: Jacksonville Fernandina. a University
1 vs. Herald....... 53001020 3-14 Buggies Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage ad- ;
bound to presume that it is, as it is publishedin South. The location presents unequaled
Horses Harness, etc.
THE HOME CLUB GIVE THE HERALDS A Double plays: Crandall and Sullivan ; and their and they have remained Terms, of purchase CASH. vantages for health, being on the mountainand
i organ ,
Crandall Burkheim and .
Burbridge.Fly free from all malaria or liability to con-
st CLOSE RUB. balls caught: Fernandina, 11 ; Herald silent since its publications, the Fernandlnas G. F. AVERY. tagious diseases.All .

;; As was announced last week, the match 2.Umpire. beg leave to announce that they will never Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom the branches usually pursued in
ji Street Wharf. 46
1 =. game between the Herald Club of Jackson- : John Ivers. again cross bats with them. French Seminaries are taught, inclusive of
> ; ;
Scorers : A. Fritot, for Florida Herald ; A. :Modern Languages.
ville and the Fernandina Base Ball Club EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE F. B. B. C. Masonic.
; ;: T. Williams, for Fernandina.The Music is made a specialty under MADAME

came off last Tuesday. The Jacksonville Regular communications of Amelia LodgeNo. DEBARRY, a teacher of very high reputation

r i nine, accompanied by an excursion party of Knights" of J7oti.r. Arrivals at the Strathmore.Mrs. 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 : whose testimonials are from the first
150 arrived here train about and Miss January 22. July 16. musical professors from abroad and in for
'- some by special C Pearce daughter, Annie February 19. August 13. .

'i 2 p. m. Play was called at 3.35 p. m. by the SECOND ANNUAL: MEETING OF THE CRiND Papy F T Myers wife and two children, :March 19. September 10. country.The charges of this school are moderate.For .
Chas. H Foster, Tallahassee T W Steele
i r umpire, Mr. John Ivers, formerly eaptakiof LODGE AT GAINESVILLE. and wife Ckra, Fla.; Wm. H; Coates Col. April 16. October 15. terms and circulars address

of the R. E. Lees, of Jacksonville. The The second annual meeting of the Grand W T Forbes, T E Baird, J S Rupee and lady, May June 21.18. November December 10.12. SILAS B. McBEE, Principal.

3 visitors won the toss and sent the home Lodge of Knights of Honor of Florida was J> Redmond Miss Brewster, A H Williams, December 27. References: G. R. Fairbanks, Esq., Fer
Miss Julia A DeCottes nandina Dr. H. Robinson Jacksonville;
Chas. H Williams, ;
nine to the bat giving them a whitewash. held at Gainesville on Wednesday, the 18th Florida Herald B. B. Club: Barbridge,, At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fiaternally Rev. A. W. :Knight, Crescent City. 24

F The Heralds scored five runs in their first inst. A majority! of the representatives having Sullivan, Berkheim, Peterson, Bisbee, invited to attend.
W. M
inning, which they followed up with three arrived the evening previous, were met Crandall, Griffin. Adams Ivers, Fritot, Ash- C. H. BERG Secretary. Notice.

;: i. more in the second, while the Fernandina at the railroad depot by a delegation from mead, Ed. Moylans, M M Bernard, R H Mc- 0V AND AFTER MONDAY, JULY 16,
: Jacksonville Fernandina B. B. will
; ,the Fernandina Labor Society
boys again were put out without making a Alachua Lodge with and escortedto
carriages Olub : C W Stark, G R Hubby, J Nix Arthur Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. )S., holds its demand $1.75 per day, and 25cents per hour
t run. Although no one expected that they the Arlington House. This wellkeptand Williams, S Lehman, J E Fleming, Fernan- regular convocations on the Thursday following for night work, as compensation for labor

would be victorious in the contest, this nicely-furnished house had been closed dina; A F Hill, New York ; A S Mann, Cen- each regular communication of Ame- performed by any member of the Society.

made it look very gloomy for the boys. for the season, but the proprietor very kind- tral Rail Road ; James Bell, Washington, lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. SAM COOK.
t D. C. ; 'Vm H Cutler, Str. Chattahoochee ; Transient companions fraternally invitedto FRED HUNT, President.
However, so much bragging, of the superior ly put himself to considerable inconven- Judge Nolan, Mrs. L Dyke, Sadie Celeste attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P. Secretary.Fernandina j j

} playing of the visitors had been done by ience in reopening it for the purpose of en- Nolan, C A Sanders, A E Philips, Sanford ; W. A. JONES, Secretary. Fla., July 6, 1883.

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