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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
July 28, 1883
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Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
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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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STATE SEWS. proved patent also pile-drivers and outfit RAMBLING THOUGHTS.
; On
Madison had
reaching desire
we great chosen set has made a failure of it. Now
for wharf and bridge building. The railroad I
Jefferson.In but no time, to investigate the splendid improvements comes Mr. Wong Chin Foo, who challenges.
wharf at the foot of Polk street will be a IMPRESSIONS TAKEN OF THE COUNTRY AND
to inquiries the that Captain Inglis is making ; Kearney to a public discussion on the Chi
response numerous '"
large and substantial one and the work is PEOPLE ON A TRIP FROM THE ISLAND
Monticello Constitution publishes the follow- but the buildings to be seen from the depot nese question. Kearney declined insolently.. i !
being pushed ahead under the supervision of
information relating to Jefferson county: were massive and substantial enough look- This fired the blood of the editor of the- 1
ing Mr. Austin, of Thomas county, Georgia. The the Editor of the Mirror :
ing the i idea that
Jefferson county contains a population of convey they were the Chinese American, and he forthwith wrote p
16,000 souls, has a variety of soil, and most work by the Plant Investment Co., to com- We know that it is against received tradi- outgrowth of a substantial prosperity. All what will be construed into a challenge to- '
plete the South Florida Railroad, in each tions to from the sea-board honor to the tireless
that has
move to the interior
of it is exceedingly productive, even with- energy over- fight. An acquaintance of mine saw him
out the employment of fertilizers. We have and all of its departments, is being rushed during the summer months, when come a host of obstacles, and wakened a yesterday, and he tells me that the little-

large quantities of land, improved and un- onward, and the road will be through to the sun is kissing the earth with its most sentient vitality into this beautiful but afore- fellow is prepared to take any step in the

improved, represented by small farms and Sanford by the time promised,-and we hopein ardent beams, but tired nature cried out for time backward little town. The truck farmers defence of the fair name and fame of his '

large plantations, that can be purchased" at time to bring visitors up the St. John's, rest from the monotonous routine of a busy seem to be unusually successful with their .. celestial home. If the police do not inter- ....... ( '
I from 50 cents to $20 per acre; ano"informa-! across to Tampa and the Gulf coast, the life, and the peaceful: tranquillity of a plan- melon crop this year, and thousands were fere there may be a dead editor, for KearJ
coming winter.-Tampa Guardian. tation home offered more attractions than being shipped the day of arrival. At 1
tion in reference to these lands can be had our ney, they say, can shoot.
by addressing Messrs. Lamar fe Christie, real T. T. & G. R. R.-A letter from Vic -President we had fortitude to resist i so making up our this point kind friends were waiting to greet. The ambitious editor is a dapper little fellow

estate agents, Monticello, Fla. Cotton, corn, Page says that the Thomasville, Tal- minds to endure the noise, smoke and dust us, and further us on the few remaining I who is as clever as he is hard working.He i E i

oats, rice, sugar cane and potatoes are the lahassee & Gulf Railroad Company will of railroad travel, with what philosophy we miles of our journey. So just as- is backed in his present enterprise by '

chief products. We also produce vegetablesof break dirt near Tallahassee on the 1st of could muster, we embarked our journey.At The sultry summer day is done one of the great Chinese companies. He has-
August. In the absence of all other infor- first concluded that And the western hills have hid the.sun "
;I 1 all kinds and melons for shipment to the we we were decid- an excellent knowledge of English and i
i Northern and Western markets, and truck mation we must conclude that this will be edly singular in our preference for rural we begin our drive,.and welcome gratefullythe French, but he writes them better than he-

farming will soon be one of our principal the commencement of work to be prosecuted pleasures: for we had/the whole car to our- cooling breezes that spring up at the can speak them. In addition to the work c + '

industries. The orange, peach, pear, plum, continuously to the completion of the .road. selves, but after awhile there began to be gentle twilight hour. Onward we go, be- for his own paper, he does a great deal for 1.
Floridian.. accessions, first at one' station then at an- bind a pair of spirited horses, and drink in the morning The Sun
grape fig, berries of various kinds, the pecan papers. encourageshim
nut, etc., are produced in this county, as is THE ROWLAND'S BLUFF RAILROAD.Mr. J.W. other, until we had sufficient material for the beauty of the night lulled and rested by very much, and several afternoon pa- +

also the banana and lemon to a limited Robertson, representing the contractorson character study to break in upon the ryth- its hush and stillness. pers also print a great deal of his matter.

extent. Our forests represent a great vari- the Rowland's Bluff Railroad, was in the mic sound and movement of the train, that '"The moon is in her summer glow," Dennis Kearney would be grieved to learn '
sometimes affect one as did the "pink trip; and shines on ns with radiant fidelity, un- that the Celestials
ety of timber-the pine, oak, hickory, bay city last Saturday and Monday, engaging I are gaining quite a foot-
and magnolia predominating. Our lands hands for his employers, and while here our slip and the blue trip slip,"of Mark Twain's til we reach our journey's end, just tired : hold in Metropolitan newspaper offices. la
frantic hero. We noticed enough to appreciate the poetic inspirationof ,
will produce from one-fourth to one bale of reporter gathered as much news as possible representativesfrom one afternoon newspaper office a young Jap-
cotton to the acre; from eight to fifty bush- from him in relation to the railroad with every class of society, from the devo- the old Indian chief, whose exclamation, anese is employed. He is one of the partyof

els of corn ; from seventy-five to three hun- which he is connected. Mr. R. says that the tee of fashionable pleasure, and the gentle, 'Alabama 1" (here we rest), proved the students sent over here some years aga. s

dred bushels of potatoes, and other producein reports that the company are simply working tired mother, in search of health for herself christening ceremony of our sister State ; by the Japanese Government. He has beenat ilr

like proportion. The yield is dependentupon on the road,to form a kind of headquarters and little ones at long-famed Suwanee, and so here we rest" indeed, enjoying the various colleges, and latterly has devoted-
hands whose waters have, indeed, proved a" dolce far niente of these long warm days, too considerable
the quality of land and the mode of forgathering and then removingthem magical attention to agriculture. r '
cultivation. The water is pure, cool and to South Florida, is untrue. The work draught" to many toilers in the fetters indolent in fact to chat further of these don't know whether acting on orders from-

healthful, and ice is not a necessity, and this side of Rowland's Bluff has been done of disease, to those who bore the indelible pleasures which we enjoy so keenly. home, he is now devoting himself to jour-

seldom resorted to even in the summer. by contract, while that in the South is done impress of a life of '''hard, uncompromisinglabor. Obeying the Golden Rule, which would nalism. At all events, however, he is studying ;

The health of the county is generally goodat by the company. The first work this side But watching these last with their suggest that the endurance of others be con- the whole inside workings of a news-

all seasons of the year. We never have of the Bluff was however started in January simple homely ways and their beautiful, sidered as well, as our own, we forbear further paper office. During most of the day he

diseases of an epidemic character, and our bv the company's hands transferred from the earnest faces, which revealed their kindly comment on the life and scenes that go works in the composing room where every ,.
fevers are generally u of a mild u form. We Climax extension, but they did not remain hearts, we could not but regret that the pol- to make such a pleasant change for us. E. aid is rendered him to learn the noble art ,

I have one line of railway through the county, there long,as they were needed again on the ishing process was usually a hardening one July 17, 1888. of type-setting. In the afternoons and

from east to west, and a branch road of four former work, and when they had finishedwere the producing the rose dolor!, artificial, and NEW YORK. evenings he does light reporting. He reads ; x,

miles leading to the most beautiful and desi- transferred to South Florida. The that the possibilities of unreserved friend- the'papers carefully, and occasionally tries ;

rable town in the State-Monticello. Thereis present contractors. Col.! D. S. Cowan and R. ship are limited by a rare passage betweenthe THE TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE-DENNIS KEARNEY his hand at editorial notes, some of which E: '

also a prospect for the construction of a E. Lloyd, are both North Carolinians, and Scylla and the Charybdis of two ex AND A CHINESE EDITOR-THE LOWER are printed. He is a quiet, little gentle- '' "

railroad from this town northward, to con- !have been at work' but about six weeks. tremes-the repulsion of uncultured mind END OF CONEY ISLAND. manly young fellow, who makes friends r= : ;

nect with the grand system of railway in They have the contract for the grading and and manners on the one hand, and the To the Editor of the Mirror: wherever he goes. It is probable that upon ..

Georgia. Monticello, the county-site, is a cross-tieing of the road, and together employ counter repulsion of insincerity and indifference NEW YORK, July 21, 1883. his return home he will start an AngloJapanese : V

town of 1,500 inhabitants,embowered in a : about GOO hands, and want as many more as I on the other., There is every probability at present that paper.

magnificent grove of oaks and orange trees, they can get. The grading on Saturday There were a few discontented spirits belonging the threatened telegraphers' strike will be -It looks very much as if the lower end of '" ..' ., I

with seven churches, two academies for night lacked about one and a quarter milesof to an original party of thirty-five averted. The Western Union Company is Coney Island is fast drifting into that state ''
whites and blacks telegraph office reaching the Santa Fe river. returning from South Florida to their homes in
a money There is a ready to make concessions, and if the oper- which Norton's Point, the extreme end
order office, a magnificent town hall, thirtyor flint rock cut, however, several miles the in Mississippi, whose faith was too dim to ators are well advised they will not stick up of the island, was a few years ago. That ti
more stores, cotton warehouses, boarding other side, a quarter of a mile long and nine see, beyond its present undeveloped resources for their pound of flesh. The main trouble used to be the resort for ruffians and the-

houses, newspaper office, livery stables, lawyers feet deep, that will require time to blast out. the bright promise of this fruitful after all is the question of women's work lawless of all kinds. Swindlers and sharp-

and doctors in abundance,good society, The rails on this side of Rowland's Bluff are land. There was an inevitable bride and and As usual in movement ers have held undisputed sway,and woe be- '. ,
and no ''dead beats." Our wants are many, 30 foot steel bars and have been laid a distance groom along also, the centre of general in- pay. every tide the unfortunate victim who dared to is
in any difficulty is a woman at the
but will be content with a new hotel, bank- of nine miles from that place. The terest. It is said that better than all things object when he was robbed. Norton and ,
bottom. The French statesman who uttered r
ing house, tailoring establishment, a man- bridge over the Santa Fe river is ready, anda else is love." and that the memorable Cherches la femmeseekthe Murray then got the place, and they determined t
tua-maker, a boot and shoemaker, and one large force of hands are at work this side. Love in life's extremity to make it respectable. They knew t
Mr. Robertson states that the location is Can lend an hour of cheering." woman, never uttered a truer aphor-
or two thousand industrious, sober and en- that remonstrances and policemen were use-
ism. A member Broth-
terprising citizens, who will aid us in givinga made only a few miles this side of the river, We could but indulge the reflection that Telegraphers' less with ruffians. They, therefore, engageI ,'1''IA i
I erhood told me that one of the vice-presi-
boom" to the town and county ; and to but the impression among the workmen, it was well for this couple they evidently bruisers of their own to maintain order. If + r' *:
all of whom we will extend a cordial wel- and the spirit manifested by the company is possessed this best gift, as fortune had been : dents of the association is a young lady operator a gang of rowdies came in from New York, 4'fJlW
who earns $80 a month. She is a
come, and make no inquiry as to their poli- that Gainesville is their objective point.- very niggardly in her further equipmentfor determined on making Rome howl, their .
clever and
bright good-looking full
Gainesville Bee. person, Y
tics, religion or former condition in life. bouncers went to work on them, beat then.
of energy and push, and, of course, like
Leon. Life's chequered scene of joy and sorrow." unmercifully, and threw them into the sea., ,i
AN IMPORTANT QUESTION.SHALL every woman, given to plotting and schem-
Messrs. E. W. Clark and H. W. Rugg some As we near the "hill country" of the They never bothered with any of the smalt '
ing. She is said to be the prime lever in the "
time ago purchased a staunch little steam THE GOVERNMENT CONTROL THE: WIRES? middle section of our 'bedutiful State, with present movement. She has been agitatingin fry. They picked out the big sharks. As a ,

yacht from parties at the North. She was I There are three parties concerned in the its oak groves, waving corn, and the fami- a quiet way for months, and since the result in less than a month Norton's Point t 14 t?

built for special service at a Northern sum- pending contest between the telegraph com- liar sight of the cotton fields in full lemon- present trouble first began has aroused her was an orderly place. The Manhattan Beach

mer resort, and no painsor money was sparedin panies and their employees, the general pub- I colored bloom, our heart burns with something fellow-operators to the necessary degree of and the Brighton Beach companies then

her construction. Her length is 25 feet, 8 lic having quite as large an interest in the of the same feeling that animates the enthusiasm. Whatever advantages the telegraphers bought land on the upper end of the island f

feet beam, and draws 2 feet of water, and result as either of the others. Neither the Switzer's bosom as he gazes at his beloved gain will be traced directly backto made Coney Island fashionable, under '
will officers of the the the softer tender that in which Norton's Point so.that at ,
comfortably accommodate twenty-five companies nor executive Alps, or yet feeling her efforts. There is but little likelihoodthat languished
passengers. The yacht arrived on Sunday committee of the Brotherhood of Telegra- its exile yearned for "Home, Sweet Home." the company will consent to pay women present it is practically dead, and yet the

morning's train, and her owners will have phers seem disposed to give proper consider- Everything is so abundantly blessed by the same wages as men. Should they beach here is better than at any other part. !
her the ation to the rights of the in nature and it that man's of the island.
floating on limpid waters of Lake public the mat- seems now energy; do so however, it will not do the general
Jackson in a few days. They will constructa ter,and both appear to treat it as exclusivelytheir and industry were about to unbind the body of female operators any good, as the Last year the pool rooms began to open at j ,

number of wharves at convenient pointson own affair. This is a mistake. The shackles and chains of poverty forged by company will then gradually discard them Brighton Beach. This was the beginningof

the lake, and run their nice little craft business of telegraphing is carried on under the war. The crops are unprecedentcdly and employ men only. Of course the very the decline. When last year the police {

for the accommodation of the public, giving charters from the State, and it has such an fine; cotton particularly so, corn having I superior women will not be affected, but of New Y ork made their raids against the-

special attention to the wants of fishing par- intimate connection with the material inter- been somewhat injured by the drouth of the large class of average merit will find pool sellers, and then drove them from j.#
ties and excursions for ests of the people that it might and and unless Hunter's Point to Coney i
pleasure. Lake Jackson properly spring early summer, the itself pushed to the wall, thanks to the unwise they migrated
is one of the largest and most attractive enough be put under the direction of public caterpillar should come, as a result of the exertions of its friends.It Island. West Brighton is now filled with

lakes in Leon county, is only a few miles authority so far as to make regularity of service frequent rains of the present month, I has often puzzled students of social life i them. Of course the gamblers followed. ,a t

northof Tallahassee, and we believe the"new secure. Any difficulty in its private think there need be little anxiety felt by the to discover how it is that workmen in their Faro dens and similarplaces abound. Con L ?

departure"* of Messrs. Clark and Rugg will management with which shall interfere seriously farmer as to the result of his year's labors. fight against capital generally throw their fidence men are making their headquarters, ,r. '*'
be duly appreciated and their enterprise receive loss convenience to the business of the community public or occasion will- We procured some very fine peaches from common sense to the winds, and allow here. Of course this state of affairs cannot r.

a liberal patronage. The beautiful give new force to the demand for Govern- Cclumbia county, where peaches grow finest themselves to be carried clean off their feet last. The island is bound to be ruined as a !

clear-water lakes of Middle Florida are ment control of the entire business. It be- with least care in Florida. Figs of every by a few agitators, who, with little to lose, resort for respectable people. At present-

naturally attractive, but safe and rapid trans- sentatives hooves both of the the companies and the repre- possible variety abound in profusion every- have a great deal to gain. The lock-out of the police are in league with the criminals;.
organization of
portation, on staunch and comfortable boats, recognize to the fullest extent the operatorsto rights where in Madison without the least atten- the cigar-makers is a case in point. Twen- They not only will not arrest them, but FP

will lend a new charm to our numerous and interests of the people in their contest. tion, further than planting the tree; and we. ty-six men in one factory struck because they are actually steerers"for them. West
lakes and be the of The question of hours of labor and of at is much like Louis- i
means drawing more wages constantly regale our appetite on fifty-pound their employer refused to discharge a larger. Brighton present very
visitors to the lake and hill country of the they is one must which settle, under between present themselves circumstances but, watermelons, the sweetest we ever ate. It body of men in the factory who belonged to i ville. If you want to go to a gambling

Middle.-Floridian. they have no right to adopt measures; of is a little late for cantaloupes and musk- another Union than theirs, and hence in house all you have to do is to ask the near

Madison. coercion which shall involve widespread melons, though they have been plentiful.In their eyes were nothing but "scabs.'' The est policeman to direct you. I understand 1 d ','

Mr. L. W. Dallas, of Madison county, has *embarrassment* A general and strike loss to of the telegraph community. comparing the present methods of the manufacturers seeing in this an unheard-of that legislative interference will eventuallybe

deposited in this office a sample of tobacconow ators or of railroad workers ought to oper-be a farmer with those of a few years ago, we attempt to dictate what they should do, decided resorted to.

growing on his place, and in the cultivation legal impossibility, and it is likely to be notice a striking improvement. Still, with- to take the bull by the horns, and anticipate Mr. Clemens, "Mark Twain," who is turn-
of which he has been made so if any rash action should be taken out wishing to criticise, and making allow- strike
engaged for a general by ordering a gen- ing out a book or something of the kind atbis j
now. The public cannot afford to have this
several years. It is as fine a specimen as business at the mercy of a contest over ance for the hampering want of ready eral lock-out. Thus it is that at present, on farm near Elmira. N. Y., takes delightin iF

was ever seen in this county, and is knownas wages and hours of labor between employers money, a neater style of regulating and con- account of the arrogant obstinacy of twen- showing his visitors a grove wherein last ,. ;
i the Orinoco," and the seed was procured and employed, as if it were their exclusive serving the household interest would pro- ty-six men, seven thousand hands are with- year, by chopping wood, he cured himself ,
from the Agricultural department of the affair. Some means must be providedfor duce wonderful results in home comfort, out employment, and hundreds of families of thirteen different and distinct diseases."
settling controversies with a
Government at Washington. Mr. Dallas regard to the just claims of both sides proper, and and consequently, in home happiness.The will suffer serious want unless their beads Dr. Brown-Sequard has discovered t t
has been quite successful in the cultivationof without disturbing the business of those who orange trees in Madison county were come to their senses shortly.The a new
tobacco, and no doubt finds it more profit- ara not directly concerned in the controversies. so severely injured by the freeze of two duelling mania is spreading. The anaesthetic, which destroys sensibility, but
In the absence of such means duly leaves the patient capable of working and
able than cotton.-Madison Recorder. provided and of legislation to prevent telegraph years ago it was thought they were all killed latest victim is our distinguished foreign attending to ordinary duties. When the
-- strikes, these people should proceed outright, but we notice that even in the journalist, Mr. Wong Chin Foo, the editorof
RAILROAD NOTES. with extreme caution, and remember that most exposed positions that, where the dead the Chinese American. Dennis Kearney, flesh is cut no pain is felt.

the public is likely to be controlled by its wood has been trimmed away the new the Sand Lots Orator, has been in town fora The steamship Nacoochee, of the Ocean ,
self-interest and not to brook
THE PLANT INVESTMENT Co. has received at with patienceany
effort to paralyze the facilities for com- growth has been so luxuriant that one few days trying to agitate, but unfortunately Steamship Line, which arrived in New York ,,
this place a considerable lot of switch stands mercial inter-communication as a means of scarcely realizes! they could have been hurtat for his own pretensions he has made this week, carried a cargo of 70,000 water- '
and plates for side tracks of the latest im- coercion in a private quarrel.-N. Y: Times. all, and they have begun to bear again. but little progress, and even in his own melons from Savannab.ILr .

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: : .. r CA.RPIDIEJI." \ It's fortunate for him that his uncle knowsso Maitland obeyed, glad to find that he had 1 money ?" difficulty ; and if she gets it all for want ofa
', t i. \ 'IJ I little about him or his chances of succession interested his patient in a new dire tion. None whatever." will, I must press forward our marriage.
! "ii 1.;': :. ,:; I Now, in the season of flowers. He: scribbled a note in reply to the letter off toward the cactus, though she seemed Her father left enough to cover most of in telling you my plans beforehand as I
; I t.; I 0' ;,' Now when the Summer is bright, simply! informing Dexter of his uncle's intended scarcely to like leaving :Miss Fletcher. the expense." take it for granted you mean to let'Amy
'J#: ;': T ;., When Phoebus stays long with the hours, journey and of his state of health. She soon began talking about her and "And! you supplied the rest?" know who she is after my uncle's death
.'. : 1 t And the earth hardly knows any night, He omitted to'give any opinion as to the found that her companion was an appreciaI I Maitland's look was sufficient condemn unless he leaves everything to me by will..
: The time for enjoyment is ours, probable length of his tenure of life. tive listener. Not only that, but he asked I him. 1 I Yon are quite right," replied Maitland
; 1 The time for delight. Dr. Maitland was still a young man in questions about her-a most unjustifiableproceeding ,! "It's a nice romantic story," continuedthe stiffly. He had recovered his calmness now.

t Ere the chill winds have scattered the roses, his profession, though he was thirty-four of course; but he salved his I old man" ; when do you propose to and had need of it all to restrain himself.
''i.- ;r: J!;t :: 8 Ere the petals lie dead on the earth ; years of age. He had entered it late ; his conscience by arguing that nothing Cissy marry her? 44 It certainly was my intention to let her
IF I.:' < } j* '. Ere the season of sweet blossoms closes, prospects were fairly good, but hitherto his could say would Alter his opinion of her': 441 don't know," replied the young doc- know. I do not promise you I shall not
Ir I< f I1't'J* : j4 j And the cold Winter months have their practice had been restricted-in a country governess, and it was very pleasant to hear tor; perhaps not at tell her at once, in order that she may havean
I": *? & birth, town it takes time for a new man to make a her praises sounded by a disinterested obI I "You mean she doesn't care for you ?" opportunity of urging her claim."

l ;!'.". ,* Let us join, ere the year its youth loses, position, as every family standing already server. No, I don't mean that ; but I am in avery Oh, confound it all, Maitlaud, what good
I : >. ? ;. :, rml In laughter and mirth. possesses a medical man and is unwillingto At the end of a quarter of an hour they peculiar position in regard to her." will that do? Let it stand as it is for a timeat
f.:. : .>: change. However, he did not despair of returned to the seat. Amy rose as they ap- What is the peculiarity ?*' any rate. Give a fellow a chance. You
., I'+ of.' il" Ah, sweet, youth can last not forever, getting on. He had every reason for wish- proached."Maitland. Do you ask me to tell you?" see, as it is, I can make love to her as a man
i: ::1 !*J But will fade like a dream that is naught, ing to do so, for he was desirous of getting ," said Mr. Fletcher, I am "Yes; why not?" I with good expectations and she's only a
P-e-Vf t ; :; Though we fancy that Summer dies never, married. He was not even engaged ; he had going to stay out here for another hour or I did not like to do so without your ask- poor governess ; but reverse our positions,
R: !t. 'f'\: }' And on Winter bestow not a thought; secret reasons for not proposing at presentto so ; you had better accompany this young ing me directly. I have reason to believe and where's my chance. No, you must let
':." '-.1'. ;' But Time is a weariless weaver, the girl he loved. Whether he wouldbe lady home. You will find me here when that she may bean heiress." matters stand f for= a week or two."

1 / : : His task is soon wrought. in a position to do so was more than he you return." 4* I don't see why that should stop you." "I won't promise anything now," replied

P'J'l Jtr ; Then we'll spend not our days in sad guesses could as ;yet: foresee. Mr. Fletcher had been Maitland did not make any very length- "No, perhaps not; though people would Maitland. "I shall see you to-morrow,and
: As to what the dim future bring his patient during the last five yearsinfact ened protest. doubt ray sincerity in proposing to a girl so will tell you my decision then.."
I' tffFK :: l But we'll cast off each thought may that ever since he began practice. This was How do you like my old friend?" he rich as she may become." He turned away without even sayinggoodnight.
't oppresses, partly because he had quarreled with all asked, when they were out of hearing. It is very odd that an heiress should bea Dexter was such a mixture of
For life is a fugitive thing
I rf 1. :,' w.Jv' .,' :?&j And in love's soft caresses; the other medical men of the town, but 441 think he is delightful," was Amy's re- governess." apparent good nature and selfishness; he
?. -,. '' :- 3ii Well, happy dream but of Spring. chiefly for a reason that he would never ph" "She doesn't know who she is," ex- had such a way of taking him into his con-
M :. ", ; ; London Society. own. This was that :Maitland had been a What did you talk about?" plained Maitland. "I am the only one in fidence and making him a sort of partner in
--'T'4' : great friend many years before of his onlyson "All sorts of things. He asked me a lot the; world who does know. Suppose that I his disgraceful plans, that Maitland was dis-
\ t. --l ; : Charlie. of questions : how old I was-that was very ask her hand-she may accept me ; afterward gusted beyond measure. And this was the
Ii : !;> : .i:;-: DOCTOR AND PATIENT. Charles Fletcher was of a very different rude, wasn't it?-and about my father and ::1. she discovers that she is very rich ; man who was his rival for Amy And his

I; .!!-:, .., ,,!*:.*;, stamp from his father. The latter was as a mother, and how it. was I lived with the I what will she think of me then ? She will own hands were tied !
I.-( f t"" ''" '-, CHAPTER I. rule selfish and arrogant-diligent in busi- Kestertons." judge me to be the most despicable man in He rose early, after an almost sleepless
I:; t ,' .! ;ra,, ? Well, doctor, what's the verdict? Am ness and economical in habits. He had bred "And what did you say ?" the world." night. He found that his patient was out
.i'.' '; I condemned to death, or are you going to his son up in his own footsteps, but had "I told him that you could tell him more 44 Why not tell her she is an heiress, and of sorts, evidently the result of want of rest.
,, V, :!'l, reprieve me?" found that he could not mold his characteras about me than I could myself. He seemed then propose? If she loves you, the fact He made no allusion to the events of the
o P ";<'. I think I can reprieve you. But I can't he wished. Charlie was inclined to extravagance rather surprised. I should not wonder if that she is rich will only add to her willingness previous day ; both of them seemed unwill-
.*4?"* '. \' promise to do more." held the opinion that moneywas you came in for a cross-examination this to accept you." ing to start the subject. However, in the
s :" ': "I never expected it. I know my state of no use unless spent, thought that evening." "I cannot tell her, because she may never afternoon, Fletcher abruptly said :
", :;:; quite as well as you-I haven't a year's lifer life should be valued for its opportunities of 44 Did he ask you to come and talk to him be so." Maitland, I wish you would send to my
:.I. in me. Now, don't begin to talk the usual pleasure rather than of gain, and in countless again ?" Mr. Fletcher looked puzzled. There. is nephew's hotel. You know it, I suppose?"
,: '. I: rubbish ; you ought to know me well enough ways ran counter to his father's life- "Yes. Why?" more in this than you tell me, Maitland," Yes. Are you going to the terrace this
,; :; .t" ( :, by this Ime. Can yougivemesixmonths?'* long maxims. Quarrel followed quarrel ; 441 suppose because he liked your socie- he said. "You've treated me very well ; afternoon ?"
..V" J "t.t "Not in England." the fact that he loved his son so well only ty," replied Maitland, wilfully misinterpreting I've taken a liking for you, and for the II Yes ; the same time as yesterday. 1\,
>:i r" : 44 Where made the father more bitterly resent the her question. "Be sure you come to girl, too, for that matter. I should like to want to see Amy."
\, ; f .f: "Somewhere in the South-say, Nice or want of affection and respect with which he the terrace at the same: time to-morrow." help you if I can, and feel I have done one Half an hour afterward Dexter made his
iJ 1 ;' itj Cannes. Nice by preference." was treated, till one day the crisis arrived.Mr. "Yes, I will make a point of it, so you kindness before it is out of ray power to do appearance.:: Mr. Fletcher asked Maitlandto
k i; :j "All right ; Nice b}' all means. When Fletcher had determined that his son can consider yourself relieved." any. How did you come to have this girlon leave them and rejoin them on the ter-
'1 .. : ...? can I travel ?" should marry early, hoping by this means "I may be relieved, but I don't intend to your hands ?" race in an Hour As he went out Dexter
r '; 'lf "Early next week, if you rest the remainder to make him settle down. He informedhim be dismissed again," replied Maitland, with : '' I knew her father and mother very well. managed to whisper :
V" of this." of his wishes accordingly, pointing out a laugh. I suppose I have no excuse good They died abroad within a few months of "You won't tell her?"
i : j it4 Mr. Fletcher gave dissatisfied grunt as he that he intended to make his future pros- enough for coming in ?" he added, as they each other. I was only a very young man: No," replied Maitland firmly.
n the of his selec- reached the door of the villa hired by the The interview between uncle and nephewwas
:. d.i 'I turned himself hisbe.1. pects depend on propriety then, as you may imagine, but they left me
; % ,:f .j N 44 Look here, Maitland," he said when he tion. Charlie postponed the matter as longas Kestertons. in charge of their only daughter, then rather long. :Mr.: Fletcher told Dexter
;, : .'; : '.I5! had settled himself into a new position; if possible, until at last a confession be- "I must leave you to settle that ques- scarcely more than an infant. My mother that he was not so ignorant of his doings as
: +t'! ..; ;: J"" you think that at my time of life I'm going came inevitable. He was married already. tion." brought her up ; when she was old enoughshe he supposed, and that he had for some time
'!t. ',tr, to gad about foreign countries by myself, This put a stop to all hope of reconciliation "I have no excuse stall ; but I'm comingin was sent to school, as I told you." doubted whether he ought to let such a
i I ; ,jr, you're mistaken. You'll have to come with I ; there was a violent scene during all the same, if you will let me." This recital interested the old man scapegrace be his heir. .
\, .) me." which the father refused to recognize the It isn't my house," replied Amy. simple "I was once harsh to my son,"" said the
.' ;'", The doctor smiled ; he was pleasantly surprised marriage, and told his son he must shift for "That is a very ungracious invitation," more than he cared to show. He could not he old man, "and I lost him. I determined
his voice from
Jo-, ;. : ;' ;fi:;: to hear his patient make the suggestion himself This Charlie said he was quite said Maitland, as he accompanied her into asked prevent trembling as make every allowance for you. I don't ask
I t to do and that his father need not the hall. : if deserve it, but I should like to
; ,. but he did not wish him to see how ready Is her alive?'' you you
.; ;. I V gratified he was. fear any applications for assistance from When Maitland, half an hour later, returned grandfather the know what your plans are. Do you intendto
; ftt "What is to become of my practice mean- him. If money made men behave like his to his patient, he found him talking Yes was he reply. her?" marry ?"
1..: ': while he asked. father, the less he had of it the better.A with a man who was sitting next to him. Why 14 does not support This sudden question took Dexter: off his
her He
does not know of existence.
L ';1 '*' Oh, your practice must take care of it1' year afterward Charles Fletcher died in 44 He is making acquaintances to-day," He with his who went abroad guard. :Making up his mind on the spur of
i' '. 4; self; look upon this journey as a holiday Paris. His father refused even to make inquiry thought the young doctor. As he approached quarreled son, to let his the moment he answered :
w, 1'; :.k1; taken rather earlier than usual. Sec me as to his wife, but was informed however he saw that the supposed strangerwas and father died know there that, telling he left me never child. I have "Yes, sir."
j .. : } ,::1'ft7" safely to Nice, put me into the hands of a shortly afterward of her death also by a pa- Mr. Fletcher's nephew, Fred Dexter. till a Whom ?"
i I "r good doctor there, and then you can leave per sent to him from some unknown quar- "Ah, Maitland I" was his greeting, here kept secret now. Well, it isn't quite settled yet betweenus.
.M finish
;; ,'<;;;, ;;;riv'i+ me to end my days in peace. I think you ter. He said nothing to any of his friends, I am. you see." have may as said the invalid story now fall- I have not declared myself yet, but, if
,, 1 i, 1 'ij, will do that for three hundred and expenses?' but his health gradually broke down and Yes," put in the old gentleman, on you back in gone his so chair.far What her,father's I obtain your consent, I will do so at the
i .. ter; : 411 would do it for less," was Maitland's from being a robust, active man he becamein whose nature his nephew always acted as ing was earliest opportunity."
j' tl" lor reply. the course of years an invalid. A second an irritant; 4 where the carcass i is,' you name? Who is she?"

l ,: :i ; ; 441 don't want you to. I'm rich enough, attack of paralysis was the immediate cause know Maitland." Charles" ?Fletcher." "She is the governess at the Kestertons'."
'.. : ,r as you well know, to pay well for what of Mr. 10 last visit, and no one Oh, come uncle, you're not a carcass My son replied his nephew boldly. You've never
t ,' : : i people do for me. What do you suppose I knew: better than the patient that his days yet," protested Dexter. "You might have "Yes 44Then, your Amy my grandchild?" seen her"I suppose, but she is a very charm-
:- I r :t J.-;;. want to keep my money for? I can't take were numbered. blamed me with more reason if I'd waitedtill Maitland assented. ing girl.
,-. 1. : .r t,I ;.. it with me, can I-eh ?" "Ah, well !" he used ,sometimes to say, you were one before I came to see you." 44 She does not know it?" "No fortune, I presume?"
44 441 don't want to live and several 44 He seems to be under the impressionthat I believe not.:
: 'i }r.t. Not beyond Nice, replied the young people 44 No she is not aware of the existence of
d 1 ) 'i doctor, using the freedom which his eccentric want me to die-the majority ought to have I shall be able to blame him after I'm relative.; Your son made me promiseshe Then" you can't marry unless with my
their wish." dead remarked Mr. Fletcher sarcasticallyto any money ?
: : -i patron liked ,
j should be kept in ignorance of her rela- answered
: I !o. t Good, and I shan't want much there ; I Maitland. Dexter rather uneasily :
;1 tionship to :you. I shall never tell her. "
,i can't make much of a hole in property CHAPTER II. 44 Oh, come, uncle, I don't see why you "No, sir.
1f That will do for to-night. I am tired "
;t ; in six months, however hard I try ; though However, when Fletcher found himself at should always" put the worst interpretationon and excited ; my head aches abominably. I Very well to said making his"I match.have no I
f. Jf.' I believe that young scamp.of a nephew of Nice with its charming surroundings and all I say. will to bed." objection your a
go what I will do. It would be
will tell
; "It won't bear other pettishly re- you
mine will irrudce daily drive. any ,
: me mv delightful climate, he almost began to have Maitland down stairs so soon as he
V' t came for both of if rich
Ii ; )Maitland was silent ; it was not his place :regrets that he must so soon bid farewell to plied the old man. Who told you I was had seen his patient attended to. He too unsatisfactory you you a
foster here?" man were to marry her a pauper. If you
to the breach
f" between the uncle and existence.
I felt excited and feverish. He determined to
: .4 ., nephew, whatever his private opinion of I wish Maitland I had here Maitland. I wrote and asked him about win her consent I will give mine and make
,; come soon- take a stroll in the cool evening air. His her heiress of half what I have. You will
'; Fred Dexter's character might be. I er," he said one day. Why didn't you or- you" had been accomplished he had made
f object ;
44 "Do 1 mind letting me me see that let- then be on equal terms, as man and wife
: "
t't.S, You have a father haven't ? asked der here ? you
; ,, you \ me long ago known to his patient the existence of his should be."
t. ;t' 'i the old gentlemen after a pause. 44 It wouldn't have done you any good, ter? granddaughter. Would the result answer
said he believed Dexter growing more and more un
and was
Maitland here interposed -
I ,
"Yes ; he is living. and I thought you preferred England. his expectations? If so, what would it be
r ;v comfortable. This far from the state of
t ft. : '' Then treat him better than my sont1f "So I do to live in, but this is the sort of he had not kept it."That's his duty to do? was
; he wished for.
I *% treated me it will make him happier if itdoesn't to die in." a pity said Dexter. "I should things
,I ; ; place He was still revolving the matter in his "'
uncle he
like to have shown it to you that you might "You are very thoughtful, ,
make Maitland made to turn his
11( you. no attempt mind trying to look at it dispassionately as
t :t : + 441 wish you would let me speak to you thoughts ; his patient always resented it if see what my letters about you are like. an outsider:: and failing miserably when he murmured.
y should like to this
Fletcher "I'm 411 see lady.
1 ; I about your son," said Maitland. he did. Let us g'o in, sa dIr.. : young
himself accosted.
.. tired. You will dine with us to- continued. Fletcher. "I presume that
; ,t "Thank you; I'd sooner hear yon on any "I hope you are having a pleasant time getting
other night." "Hello, Maitland. I thought I recognizedyou. by birth and education she i is fitted to be
: subject. here as well, continued Mr. Fletcher. "I
i v* I don t often trouble you with this one." don't want to monopolize: you, you know." Many thanks i\ne.\ but "I've promisedto Gorgeous" night, isn't it? Are you ina your wife"? You have made inquiries, I ,c
+ No I should doctor." see some people to-Uight. hurry ? presume?
or change my Thanks, I think I've shown you I can "
t ? You have done him injustice, at all leave alone occasionally." "Who?" I must get back soon, was the reply. "Well, uncle I thought that would be
you They are called Kesterton." "I'll walk with you if you don't mind. rather wanting in delicacy. She is evidentIv -
.. events, said Maitland, rather warmly, 441 'didn't know you had: friends here. "
i "Do know them ?" inquired Mait The truth is I've something very importantto a lady.
r, and I think you will live to repent it. Who are those people I saw you talking to you
I In that case you must make me live this morning in the garden ?" land rather anxiously. tell you. I've made a terrific discovery""Well Your sentiments do you honor. Fred. It

; ?1 ;I ; a;,, longer than you profess to be able to do." retorted 44The Kestertons ; I only. know them 14Oh yes, very well. Do you ?" ?" queried Maitland. was quite right of you not to make impertinent -
I" ;! ;, T the invalid. "Don't renew the subject, slightly." "Slightly." You know that Miss Fletcher who is inquiries" especially considering<< her
I.! .: ': j.t1 please, till I ask you. Come in to-morrow, "H-m !" coughed Mr. Fletcher. 4t I There is a very nice girl in the house, a companion or something at the Kestertons? position.
'try : and we will make final arrangements about should have thought you knew one of them sort of companion, or governess. She'scalled I got talking to her tonight pretty confi- Dexter felt he had done it now. It was
: : 'J ,t the journey." rather well. She's a pleasant-looking girl." Fletcher, same name as uncle's. Odd dentially, and somehow happened to ask her impossible for him to confess that he knewAmy's
f,,' .l r w, Maitland knew )Ir. Fletcher intimately Maitland tried his best to look uncon- coincidence, isn't it?" the name of her father. You might have identity. After a little further conversation -
lit't: M ,' r ; enough to know that the interview was scious, and flattered himself he succeeded. "Come !1" said :Mr. Fletcher peremptorily.After knocked me down with a feather, as they they started for the terrace, where
I,: 4 over. He left the room and proceeded on 44 Oh, I know the one you mean," he said, dinner, instead of trying to get his say, when she told me it was Charles Fletcher. Maitland was shortly to meet them.
""" his round of afternoon visits, reaching his but she isn't one of the Kestertons ; she's usual nap, Mr. Fletcher sat in his easy- You know who he was, I suppose?" Meanwhile the young doctor had been :
i ii'. I, small house about an hour before dinner. a Miss Fletcher. chair. He seemed undecided what to do ; Mr. Fletcher's son." spending an unhappy hour. He was sure
'I : 1 A letter was waiting for him ; it was directed "Same name as mine? Well.. Fletchers he fidgeted about with one book and another Just so. Sweet news for me, isn't it? that Dexter would take the opportunity of
1 1\1-' '.1 in a lady's hand, and bore the postmark are common enough." till at last he threw" them down and I've always supposed myself the only rela- telling his uncle his intention to marry
\ ;i .1 : of Nice. He read it through twice, "Yes, but not such Fletchers as she," remarked called out. Maitland tion the old boy has and he has told me Amy ; the probability was greatly in favorof
J apparently enjoyed the perusal, then he lay Maitland.The Yes." times enough that I'm his heir. Now, if he the old man's approval of his nephew'ssuit
thi': ,4 back in his chair and thought. old gentleman did not reply ; his 44 Let me see the letter that precious nephew hasn't made his will I shall be in a hole, for rather than of his-Maitland's. One
I It's a stroke of good fortune, most decidedly thoughts had evidently wandered back to of mine wrote you. You haven't destroyed everything will go to this girl." thing he was sure of-that he must keep silent -
1 J ," be soliloquized. Amy is at Nice, old tunes. Maitland was careful not to disturb it. I could see well enough that 14 She does not know about it, does she?" till Dexter had either won or lost and
; and now shall\ be able to go and see her. him ; he had noticed lately that his you were only trying to screen him. He No, thank goodness No one knows it that if he won he must keep silent forever.
,1; : That will be a pleasant surprise for her, I reveries had become more frequent, and said I could have read- if it. had not been but ourselves." His only hope was that Amy loved him.
';i' 1 hope. I'm afraid she doesn't get too many that they seemed to soften the ascerbity of torn up." Why have you confided in me?" asked Yet why should she? He had always been
t 'f?:; of them. Luckily )Ir. Fletcher will never his nature. "I have it, it's true," replied Maitland, Maitlan'd. careful to treat her as a young sister and if
itJ : guess the reason of my recommending Nice ; They were seated on the terrace where "but I can't show it to you without his per- 44 There you are,you see," exclaimed Dex- occasionally he had been conscious of saying -

,i}:' }, after all, it is just as good for him as any they often came to watch the passers-by ; it mission. ter. "I hadn't decided whether to tell youor something: which was not quite appro-
,; j other place and I may be doing him a greater seemed to please the invalid to see the gay "He gave it." not, when suddenly you appeared be- priate for a brother, she had never given
," service than he dreams of in taking him life of which he could no longer be a par- "But I"told him I thought I had destroyed fore me, and that settled it. It seemed prov- him reason for believing that she had ever
,there if things fall but as they should." taker. it. idential." contemplated the possibility of a closer rela-
L 44 In the midst of his reverie the servant The young doctor was still sitting silent- "Very well, if you don't show it to me I "That's scarcely a sufficient reason for tionship between them than had always ex-
entered, bringing him another letter. ly, when he was interrupted with : "Bring :shall conclude the worst; it's clear you your action I'm afraid." isted. Yet, if he lost her, and to such a
1, Please, Sir, this came: this morning, but her here I want to speak to her." would let me see it in a moment if it was fit No, by Jove you're right. To tell the heartless scoundrel No lie would never
w yon don't seem to have :seen it." He looked up, and saw the young lady of to be seen.. 'Fred had better take care ; he truth for once, I wanted to find out if the let her marry that other. Yet what couldhe
a Maitland opened il, not with the alacrity whom they had been speaking approaching knows that he is my heir, but he doesn't old boy has made a will, and I thought you do if she accepted him ?
.l 4 he had shown with the first. It ran thus : them. By her side ran a little girl seven or I know how near he is to having his expectations were the one most likely to know. Then it His mind was still full of the matter when
E DEAR MAITLAXD: How is the old boy? eight years old. disappointed. I'm afraid he is a struck me it was quite possible you might he found himself on the terrace near the
This question will savor of nepotic affection Do you wish to know her?" asked Mait : scamp, and it will be a bad job for him if discover the secret without my help, as I usual seat of the invalid. Mr. Fletcher and
or interested selfishness ; you may take your land. he"can't conceal the fact a few months long know you are a friend of the Kestertons and his nephew were already there, and close by
own meaning. I ask, because I am among 44 Yes; why should you be afraid of me? er. acquainted with this girl. them stood Amy. She had evidently only
the sharks again, and until I can pacify I'm not likely to be a rival" Maitland did not 'attempt to defend Dex- 44 I've known it a long time." that moment arrived. Dexter rose, and
them with a feed on my uncle's accumulations :Maitland felt this was a home thrust ; the ter, both his conscience and inclinationwere I Have you, though? My instinct was with considerable eagerness offered her his
they are insatiable. I want to know old man's eyes were keen enough yet. He against such a course. He knew that right. Did my uncle know that Charlie lefta seat and began to introduce her to his
as a matter of business, how long he is like- went forward to meet Miss Fletcher, closely he was, in spite of his advantages, a loose child?" uncle.
ly to linger on this earth, if he has made a watched by his patient. untrustworthy and selfish fellow, and he 44 No ; he wished it to be kept a secret." 4* There is no necessity," interrupted Mr.
will in my favor, as he knows very well I "Amy," he said, "I want to introduce had strong reasons for hoping that his suc- 44 Well," said Dexter after a few moments' Fletcher ; this young lady and I have met
shall not be sorry to get it proved. Why you to a patient of mine. Oddly enough, cession to Mr. Fletcher's] money might never deliberation "I'm not as safe as I should before."
should I hesitate to own as truth that whichhe he has the same name as yours. You will become a fact. like to be. It seems to me I've only one Dexter looked surprised and annoyed. He
taunts me with every time we meet? do him and me a kindness if you will l talk The old man seemed inclined to talk this I course open to me, which will insure everything made good use of his time during the morn-
:; Could you lend me fifty till the time comes? to him a few minutes." evening. He turned himself round to face I I turning out right. ing, which he spent in the company of Amy,
i Charge fifty per cent, if you like. Tell me With pleasure," replied Amy, adding Maitland and said : Who is Amy Fletcher 44 What is that?" doing all he could to compress a courtshipinto
the truth about my uncle; I can bear it even a half whisper: "So it is a kindness to you ? I must marry Amy." a couple of hours. He had told her he
if you give him five years longer. I shall for me to talk to some one else, is it?" 44 She is governess at the Kestertons." Maitland gave a start. "Marry Amy!" wanted to introduce her to his uncle but
bear it still better if you: confine him to five 44 Sit down here, my dear," said the invalid Why? Who got her the place?" he repeated. had not mentioned his name, and Amy

V months. Yours, F.'DEXTER.e after a few minutes general talk. I did," replied Maitland, looking rather "ies. Why not? I must get engaged as: never imagined that the uncle was the same
Heartless brute !r' thought Maitland on Maitland, you take little Missy to see that guilty. I I soon as possible. When my uncle dies, if f. old gentleman whose acquaintance she had
r finishing, though certainly he never wonderful cactus at the end of the terrace ; 44 fl-in I you seem to take a considerable I t he has left me his property, I can break off already made.
makes a pretense of being anything else. I want to talk to Miss Fletcher a little." interest in this young lady. Has she anyA the engagement if I want to without much At this moment Maitland came up. He


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took off his hat to Amy, and remained having been cut all the down I ..
way on
standing THE FAIRMOUNT ::
near. and gummed, are taken to e'l COLLEGE REAL ESTATE. n.
some time the 1 DRUGS
conversation was t where MEDICINES
the last apartment, they are heated, batten FOR ETC. .
degree commonplace; not one of r polished and sliced into edYOZTNG IS
the men seemed to be the tirst to broach the panes. : LADIES_ EST
"cutting room" is AnL
very dark and perfectly I HED :1S7,,.
subject that each I
was thinking of. At last silent. In the centre" a circular
Mr. Fletcher after oven, INSTITUTION IS SITUATED AT ..
a painful
cough said : with openings TIlls .
through which the i
:My dear, I want to I DRUGS
s pcak to seriously ,
> you (>sscs are conducted. When the polisher MOUNT EAGLE TE. .' ., ,. anHORSEY ''EDICINES
for a minute or two. You will excuse finished :1:, 0: : : ;:oI: ; :; : .i-.iz. : :! ; .'
one plate is for
an old man who has not months another :, .
to live if he many he calls out in a sepulchral voice :: on the plateau of the Cumberland :\Ioun-
and says that things he is a little bluntly. Try Turn }precisely like the ghost of Hamlet' twins, a few miles from the University of the & CO.
suppose afraid he has not father with his: "swe-earM! And ,
time to do otherwise." straightway South. The location presents unequaled ad- rI
the revolving platform in the oven vantages for health, being on the -
Amy looked
surprised, but said
nothing. swings around 30 or so. In the factory of and free from all malaria
'My: nephew," continued Mr. Fletcher Messrs. or liability to contagious =f
has told ,, Atterbury & Co., spun glass is put diseases. PHARMACISTS 1=
that he wishes
me to be his into
you ) loom and
a woven into a fabric of satin All the branches .? ;' _. .
wife. lie has not, I believe confessed as i lustre and divers colors, with which mats French usually pursued in ; ;z." ,t"": :. .
much to you, knowing that the possibility raps and even an entire Seminaries are taught, inclusive of ;'1 < ij., : ,:'"

of his marrying depends on me. I have been made. There is something opera cloak fabulous have! Modern Music .. ';".' ..' .:'5".f'3, Centre Street,
told him that if he gains your consent he s and 'et nicely a specialty under MADAME .,
philosophical about the .
DEBARRY teacher .'. '
will pre a of 4 :;
not marry a penniless girl, for I shall[ ence'of this very high reputat .y FERXANDIXAFLORIDA
fragile .
dainty work in the mid ,
give you the same as I shall give him. So of the shock and and tion. whose testimonials are from the first ; ,..., 'j. >;''J.i".'. I.... ..
I see, witwhich h musical professors from abroad and in this ,.' >I,., ; ". constantly
you you may rely entirely on your feelings the bulkier, more uncouth offsprin j" ::. KEEP hand a fine assort

in giving your answer ; it will not be a of forge and funjaceare brought forth. Who country.The charges of this school Ir I -"' <.; .J,.", .. EIGN of FRESH and PURE FOR-
case of marrying for money, but only for says mythology is far-off are moderate. .. and DOMESTIC
'1 love. What do ?" a shadoW'Vas For terms. and circulars address .' : !; -. ;.E. i' :'.' '".
you say not Vulcan enslaved to Venus-rude force ..
-" Amy said nothing. She turned 'her eyeson mated to soft loveliness? And do we not SILAS B. McBEE, Principal. Drugs and Chemicals M

Maitland, who persistently kept his eyes i see the two extremes united again in dingy References: G. R.< Fairbanks, Esq., Fer- ". :,. I ,

_ averted. modern\ Pittsburg? nandina ; Dr. H. Robinson Jacksonville ',, ... .
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This is too sudden, uncle," pleaded Dex Rev. A. W. Knight, Crescent City. 24 I Medicines,

ter..' Perhaps it is," assented the old man., 7'lIE'BOSS WATERFALL OF THE SUMMER BOARD., ". :':.',rye I .,e >:;: ,; : :r1:iy.;:'.: .. '; Proprietary antI Fancy Goods,
"I do not ask for a decisive answer now. DESIRING '> 'r t .:.' .(': .14: ':'>( J", .
A SUM- : .
Plead ,your own cause, my lad, during the Cowlitz recent discovery the head of the PERSONS in the'up-country : ;; ,.': ...:i .: :::. i-'f" ARTICLES,
next week, and then shall her river establishes the fact that Wash secure
ply." Amy give re ington Territory can now boast of the grandest pleasant quarters at Mount Eagle, Tennes '. ...._ ,J, i,1 '....; PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.
see, by addressing MRS, H. ids
Amy turned her head. waterfall in the known world, its height HELLS, Mount ',. '. "
being 1,500 feet. The Nooksack Eagle, Tenn. The location is on the plateau .. IN GREAT
There is no necessity to wait fora week," Indians of the Cumberland "' ;'. J VARIETY. '
Mountain ;
she said assert positively that waterfalls than ,and very cool : .
; "my mind is quite made up. I higher and -
tallest refreshing. .. ,. .. ..
can never Mr. Dexter." the fir, pine or cedar trees are to be 'P' I.t : \ '; ,
.. My dear marry girl" persisted Mr. Fletcher found on the extreme headwaters of the Board $2.5 to $30 per month, in a pleasant ..- ? .Jl&r Physicians' Prescriptions

"do not make up your mind so swiftty. No Nooksack river, in this county. As that sec nee family.,. the Daily location, communication of the with Sewa- : ..:....<;..;r. .' '',. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at '
tion of the University of the .
has reasonable
doubt my blunt way of putting the matter county never yet been ex South. prices. '
plored by the white 28 'j. .1"j 1': ;:, rte
man there is '
has pained yon. I can see you are agitated no good
Let me plead for my nephew. His love for reason for doubting the statement. From ,- ., ". i. .....,:'.f ,,,';I tn DR. J. D. PALMER. 9
the comparison given by the Indians Wesleyan Female Institute .. T. W. PALMER. : J p!
you is disinterested, he knows you but( as a these : .j;' :\ '"

charming young lady who is at present oc- falls must be at least 475 feet in height.- -o Tt-..n-..Tn1\....!.. "."n.u.>""''.."....L... ," PALMER BRO'S f. .r
'1.f '
W/lominf1 Reeille._ __.___ ,
cupving. a..position. unworthy. her.. He n OPENS SEPTEMBER\ 20rH, 1883. ONE .. ; 'J i I' y. ,. rt r
rlavla Ilotumg 01 you wl1atever be 'ond first schools for young ladies i in .' -H'I I 1 I II I I II I I I I- -I 4.{ 411! 1 I I i t I i I *I I I--I I I If fPHARMACISTS -- ? : ,
that judge then whether FASHION NOTES. the '
; you are treating United States. Surroundings beautiful.
i him quite fairly in refusing to I listen to him. Climate unsurpassed. Pupils from eighteen '" : !

It is not so easy to find young men, nowa Abyssinian designs are the novelty in gold States. Terms among the best in the Union I .,:..., ,. -r .! niJ
I 1 I .
days, who are capable of displaying such jewelry. Board, Washing, English Course, Latin ... II I II i 1 I II I I 11 I I II! .iMnI-I I I I ;tom,

::1 disinterested earnestness and devotion i in A lady-bug of red-dotted enamel is one French, German, Instrumental Music, etc., : .1;

seeking for a wife. He tells me he is even of the newest pins for gentlemen's scarfs.A for Scholastic year, from September to June, : : I Centre Street, near Depot, 4
ignorant of the of '
name your parents-does $238. For Catalogues write / t
to I {
not that show he values for bride famous for her beauty discarded I E
you yourself? REV. 'V I. A. HARRIS D.D. .
Dexter had tried once or twice to interrupt orange blossoms and used daisy chains on 37 .t: FLORIDA.
his! uncle, but in vain. However, he the soft "bride's silk" dress which she wore Staunton Virginia.AX .

now managed to interpose with : at. her midsummer wedding in the country.No J3 ABSOLUTELY

Really, uncle, you appear to imagine two dresses are made exactly alike as ORDINANCE IN RELATIONTO PUREE

that regards drapery. Short round aprons and DOGS. DOMESTIC
But he was interrupted in his turn by side paniers are worn by short ladies; those AND IMPORTED
Amy. who are tall and stout wear very long BElT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR THE FLORIDA

Did Mr. Dexter tell you he did not knowwho aprons* draped far below the hips. Council of the City of Fernandina : DRUGS AND CHEMICALS '
SECTION 1. That no dog shall be :
allowed I --
father ?
my was Chamber furniture IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. ,
woven Chinese cane to run at in TOWN
large the of
city Fernandina
Yes, replied Mr. Fletcher, and I in wooden frames
that imitate
plauded the delicacy of feeling he showed app p in favor for houses. bamboo When are without a license has first been obtained I. Standard Patent Medicines, .w.",
; I must tell you then that ho did ask uic, country they from the Collector of Revenue for the city Fcmamlimi
are upholstered bandana
handkerchiefs of and ,

name.and seemed There very seems much to surprised be some to mystery hear his cushions.the gayest plaids are used. for covering the may a be provided and by badge order obtained of the City, such Coin as Towns oil R. R. -I Fancy TOILET Articles ;7]|- I
such license
about it, for its mention seems to have sufficed ; to be due and paid for on
to turn Mr. Dexter from a casual ac Another fichu, which is not only new but or before the first day of August each year And J
t quaintance into an ardent, admirer." odd, is made of India silk and the English one dollar and fifty cents. Key. PERFUMERY,

Dexter stood abashed; he did not attempt Paisley: lace. The silk forms a square turned- .I SEC. 2. It shall be the duty of the Mar i

to defend himself. over collar with a plastron of lace below it, shal (or police) to take up any dog running LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc. '
So, sir," said his uncle severely, "i it ornamented at the bottom with silver and at large, not so provided with collar and .3

seems that you do know who this young gilt flowers. badge, and impound or take care of such Offers::! to Lessees and Purchasers a largenumber *a

lady is. I had my suspicions, and that i is Dados and screens for summer houses in dog forty-eight hours. When the owner.of JS5 Especial and careful attention paid

whv I have said what I have, thinking I the country are made of Chinese matting, such dog can be found notice shall be given of the most eligible and desirable to PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS by

should catch you in your own trap." either white, red or checked green. The by the Marshal or police, and if the owner Lots suitable an experienced Druggist.
," "I thought you would be pleased if I cream-white matting is an excellent back- (or any other person for them) shall procure for Business Purposes, or for )Jiir MR. RABB the ;.
married her," pleaded Dexter. ground for decorations of flowers in a collar and badge of the Collector and Manager, will sleep '
oil pay City or Suburban
Don't say another word, sir. Leave u with water colors. ors the fees due (the Marshal 25 cents for arrest Residences, over the store and will respond to all calls a,

now ; come to my rooms this evening I A jeweler's window filled of dog and 15 cents each...._..day_for keeping.. the. UPON at night .
with garnets is c:.n'othn.... ...... .'rn1.1 L EASY TERMS.
shall have. something.. to sato. you then.." one of t.tlf'! nyo"tto.t......,,, Tt.nn.1 .n.. :_I, rn_._ w. *,f '.L.Ul )UUl :suau f;L4A 14 over tile dog ,, --
-n- -- --- }
rww. oIJ.v u n LI.J. to said _
0.3 iOlgu : claimant.
,\ uexier walked uwuy us carelessl)' as hE B combs side-combs Op- Whenever any dog not Liberal r. !
brooches Discounts
could. finger-rings above provided for shall be seized by the on Values allowed to y3c\ w
ear-rings, and chatelaines, are all of these Marshal '
"Come a little closer to me, my dear deep dark-red or police as directed, the :Marshal parties engaged in 4
stones, mounted in little shall manufacturing or Indus-
child said very
Mr. disposition
Fletcher in a tender tone, metal, in most artistic by sale or kill-
as soon as his nephew was out of sight I designs. ing, as may be ordered by the Mayor in his rial enterprises, who will erect on the
have some news for "ou. You must thinkme The English overskirt has what is called discretion.SEC. prop- /1

a very strange old man-so I am, per the waterfall back, finely kilted at the waist 3. No vicious dog shall be allowed erty purchased substantial improvements k RENDALL'SI r.

haps. You think I have been very rude with the pleats: turned toward each other, to run at large, with or without a badge; (SPAVIN i 1<

and unkind, but it was for your sake. None meeting in the middle, and then left to fall and any owner that allows such a dog to go for residence, or in which to conduct their ,r Mr

is near us now ; put your arms round loose but fastened near the edge of the skirt. at large shall be liable to a fine of not exceed- fci E
my neck and kiss me and call me grand to keep the pleatings in shape. ing twenty-five dollars, on conviction before business. Mir

}papa" The Dauphin fichu is a novelty for light- the Mayor.
Amy looked at him in ing dark SEC. 3. All Ordinances INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS 1.1
astonishment for a up dresses. It is a deep round collar or parts of Ordi- 1

moment, and then glanced at Maitland. His with pointed ends in front, made of Ecru nances conflicting with the provisions of by exemption for term of 1tl
look reassured her; she flung her arms lace, in which the design is outlined with this Ordinance are hereby repealed. a years from ..:.-:_ : --

round the old man's neck and Kissed him. white silk or with gold cord. Three irreg Passed first second and third readings, taxation, offered by the several cities --. '
"Grandpapa! she exclaimed. "Is It I ular bows of satin ribbon fasten the long and adopted, July 25, 1883. and MOST
FRED W. HOYT towns. Apply to

known" Ye!.it my before darling.1 Jt's Ah your, if fault I had, Malt only Black Spanish blonde dresses are made up Attest: President pro tern, of Council., CHAS. W. LEWIS, effects and discovered does not blister., as it is READ certain PROOF in its S; E, '

land." has over three strawberry-red broad lace flounces satin. The skirt-front [SEALV I. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. SJ"Office cor. Beach & 7th sts.. Fernandina. BELOW. "

"Are you quite sure?" he asked. ones. Lace over three satin Approved :

Do" Well, no; I suppose it's chiefly mine. coat bodice drapery of black covers satin has the a satin The C. A. HALEY, Mayor.In Saved Him 180000.

you think Amy, ;you will be able to waistcoat r
love me for the few months I have to live?" over a black, opening lace with a reverse collar, the Circuit Court, Fourth Ju ADAMS. N. Y., January 30, 1882. .
"Oh, don't talk of dying, grandpapa ; yomustn't. u surrounds the palstron ; a jabot of lace dicial Circuit Florida. Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
neck and
puffed lace. sleeves are FRED W. HOYT and W. O.: JEFFREYS, GEXTS-Having used a good deal.of your

"Ask Maitland." Partners as Fred W. Hoyt & Co., Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success I '
"What must I ask him?" New and esthetic toilets for evening are of versus thought I would let you know what it has 4 ,

"If he can spare me a part of your affection cream silk and veiling. The pointed silk R. D. FOX and S. L. BURNS, Partners as done for me. Two years ago I had as speedy 4t t r

for a time. Ah, I know all about i it, bodice has a square plastron and short Fox & Burns. a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. 1 ;

you see; my eyes are not so dim yet but hnnl.puffed. nt'sleeves.1,_ 1..1.terminating__ !._ with ruffles. Thefcl4 TTNDER; AND BY VIRTUE OF AN When I was breaking him he kicked over .1 i ;
that I have seen more than either of you ISA I.UI WSVAlUt; JO pOmte(1 11/ the top and ---un"' H"n' .. ".,u u, :IU. LIIC .r ourUl u J U<:1l- the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his. ,
imagine. Take her, Maitland." the waist also, and trimmed with crossed cial Circuit, in and for Nassau County Flor- ',. hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best n'

Maitland did not hesitate long for Amy's folds of veiling. The draped overskirt.. of ida, in a suit wherein Fred W. Hoyt and t ,4r farriers, but they all said he was spoiled. ,f ,

glad look revealed to him that her grand- veiling is fastened on one side with an W. 0. Jeffreys are plaintiffs and R. D. Fox I He had a very large thorough-pin, and I i
father had agraffcr of white marguerites and and S. L. Burns I.; .: used two bottles
judged her t1'l11)-.4/l the Year on the are defendants I have lev- : of your Kendall's Spavin '
Round. other side with rosettes of satin ribbon. The ied upon and will sell at public auction, in ,. Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and !r }F
-------- skirt is half long and is heavily front of the r : '. he sold afterwards for
draped in in the city of Fer- $1800 (dollars). have
GLASS the back ': :
MAKING. with veiling. nandina, on the first Monday of August, used it for bone spavins and winc1.'a1J8. and

1883, being the sixth day of said month the ,l.. it has always cured completely and left the .b if

OXE OF THE NOTABLE INDUSTRIES OF PITTSBUP.G. How SHE SAVED HER DARLING." I shall N. i S.W. i Sec. 35, T. 3 N., R. 26 E.-483 '...,.,. leg smooth. ,; Ik ..

One of the most curious Pittsburg indus- not feel so nervous again about baby's teeth- acres. Levied upon as the property of Fox ",1 -.' .. ... .....'..,..."...- ...". It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. '
tries is glass making. Going to the door of ing;' writes a grateful mother. We almost & Burns, to satisfy said judgment, together ,' :, I have recommended it to a good many and :i !
a factory, I was about to walk in, writes Mr. lost our darling from cholera infantum, but with interest and cost of suit. Terms cash 1{ : ;) .. ( they all say it does the work. I was in With-

Lathrop in Ilarpei'a MontMy, when I saw a happily heard of Parker's Ginger Tonic in purchaser paying for title. ;'. :. T '';. erington &Kneeland's drug store,in Adams, i b

huge mass of something in a state of red time. A few spoonfuls soon cured baby, J. A. ELLERMANN\ t,t'; ..!' the other day, and saw a very fine picture ] i
heat come slowly down through an opening and an occasional dose keeps us in good Sheriff Nassau County. "4 you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could I ;

in the ceiling, swing gravely across, and health"Brooklyn Mother. Fernandina, Fla., July 7, 1883. '..... not; they said if I would write to you that ,

f then go up out of sight again. It went on you would send me one. I wish you would,
doing this, and I thought it advisable not to THE SAFEST WAT.-The safest and surest.. NOTICE. .:. ; ';' and I will do you all the good I can.

go into a room where ornaments of that sort way to restore the youthful color of the hair CREDITORS, LEGATEES AND f ,.( .;., ; Very respectfully E. S. L Y JAN.Kendall's ,
were in the habit of is furnished b ALL "
oscillating without re- } Parker's Hair Balsam, which entitled to distribution ';>"
of the
gard to casual human heads. It turned out is deservedly popular from its superior clean- estate of Wm. Marson, deceased ,.i, :: {
to be big ball of liness. hereby I
____ !_a L_ __ _.. window class, which a notified to present their claims, duly authenticated ;) Spavin Cure.
lY4l, 111 I.ue room ". ,
aDove was operating within two : a -; -
lIe receives it from the upon, Valuable Orange Lands years from date or the /., ON '
melting furnace as a for Sale. same will be barred. HUMAN FLESH. )
l, small knob of viscid fire, attached to Tracts containing twenty ,';" .
the acres each of JOHN A. ELLERMANN .
end of a long tube the size of a broom handle. choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, Executor., '.' : 'of'J Dr. B. J. Kendall VEVAY& Co.IND., August 12, 1881. .{.
He rolls it about a little, trifles with it suitable for and Fernandina -. :
and orange growing truck farm- Fla., June 28,1883. GEXTS- .J.
Sample of
then applies his lips to the other end as if he ing, are now offered for sale. These lands '. i' ..':- Please circulars received todare :. '
intended to suck the ," ,;, send me some with my imprint, t.
up molten substance are very conveniently situated for { r' : ,
; transpor- NOTICE.SIX printed on side
but he is really sending air into it, and presently tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on :f .':. .Y. Spavin Cure is in ]only. The Kendall's; ,'t b ;
it begins to swell. Larger and terms to suit purchasers. Titles WEEKS AFTER DATE i WILL 'J '; >'{'i: ',' ;/,;--_ demand with us,
it dilates, until it has become larger tionable. Also valuable are un ues- to the Judge of the County Court .1; ,:.,.." ; ., .f' '' and not only for animals but for human
a big inflamed timber lands in ailments
cylinder 5 feet long and 2 feet through. He large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS in and fdr the County of Nassau, Fla., for .. .7.r sf .', y;: leading farmers also. in Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the '

goes to an opening in the floor and February 16, 1882. Fernandina letters of administration on the estate of ", ,I;", = our county, sprained an ,t ,
it ankle
swings Fla. 1i' badly, and t
Nelson : knowing
to and fro to cool it. Then he sticks it into Parker, deceased. ;<. / ; for value of the ;
a fire to heat it F. C. SUHRER. '.--. F 1L": remedy horses,tried it on himself, and it
up swings it all Livery Stable at did far
again better
a Bargain.I than he had
Fernandina .
the time keeping the breath of life in it with Fla., May 12, 1883. 6 : {: !' the expected; cured .
offer at sprain in
his a bargain my entire establish- }', : very short order. .
lips. it is
Finally cooled, the ends arc ment in ; Yours ,
thiscity, consisting of respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.
cut off and the Carriages,
hollow Administrator's
>< Notice.
cylinder is set up on end.transparent The blowing, crystal and Horses Buggies, ,Harness Wagons,etc.Carts, Saddle and Carriage SIX WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for$5. All
druggists have
the heat must tell 1 to the it or can get it for it
severely on the operative's Terms of purchase, CASH. Honorable Judge of the will be sent you or
:vtrength. This particular one was tall and County Court for letters administration of to any address on receipt of
lJit'.l blown I G. F. AVERY. the estate price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KEN
re; he had both himself and the Office and of Spicer C. Braddock, deceased.
Stable First DALL
Street & CO.
near Enosburgb
Falls Vt.
bla very thin. Afterward the lilndels JOHN OWENS. i''
C; ; Street Wharf. 46 I Send for Illustrated Hrcn'ar ,.
Fernandina, Fla., July 2, 1883. y

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'" t f' States will be given to Mr. Arthur. Mr. EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.THE importance of the presence of a priest at the while the vessel was here, died from the dis-

A ;;:; 11' THE FLORIDA 1 IIv1LoR. Blaine and'every other candidate must face point of death to be convinced of the injus- ease last evening at 7 o'clock. His body

.I. l y}, this solid fact. TRUCKING INTEREST IN GEORGIA-THE tice of this new regulation. The people has been placed on ice, pending arrangements -

'IH i fl: SATURDAY, JULY f8, 1883. We think the Times is entirely correct in GEORGIA LEGISLATUREATLANTA'S struck at are the poor for rich men do not by the family for the disposal of the

\ ,' < } doubt ETC. lie in public hospitals. To the working remains." ,
this prediction. Mr. Arthur is, no, a STEADY PROGRESS
Jt .
;t ;. r.t. WILL TRUCK-FARMING PAY? good politician, and will not fail to make ATLANTA, GA., July 25, 1883. classes it is painful enough to be separatedfrom Professor C. V. Riley, the entomologist of

t. .i.'t; "r ;" N ,..' {" The Georgia press are discussing the question the best use of his opportunities. It is no The truck-farming question is now a lead- sick members of their families, know- the United States, is in New Englond look-

; : '#, of whether truck-farming will pay. We small advantage to have the control of one ing topic of discussion in the Georgia papers. ing that there will be a certain amount of ing after some of the insect pests. The caterpillar -

':f that there must have been disappointments claims that not routine and carelessness in large public
$ hundred thousand offices and the influenceof The Atlanta Constitution any which is such a nuisance on trees ,

f p: ;: .:t in some quarters. The bulk of one hundred thousand office-holders, only have the truckers received a fair remuneration institution; but the cold cheerlessness and re- in the vicinity of BosloI\, he thinks can be !

;: .> the Georgia truck crop the present season their brothers, sisters, fathers, mothers and but that the incidental advantage pellant atmosphere of such a place must be most successfully attacked' winter by boys 1

i I a,: '. has been confined to watermelons, a crop aunts. Mr. Arthur is not a man to have and the increased value of lands in intensified by this privation of :spiritual: so- with ladders and stiff brushes going over I

\ ;, which Florida has not found the most re- personal following his public characteris consequence of this industry has added im- lace.His the limbs and destroying the eggs. As the

:! r: : ,munerative. Very likely extravagant ex- any purely negative. He is .a partisan of the mensely to the wealth of Georgia. On the Holiness' remonstrance, addressed to female moth cannot travel from the tree on

: .:; t pectations have not been realized, but there straightest sort, and will exert himself to occupy other hand, the Macon Telegraph takes the the President, was written previous to the which she breeds this would destroy the

: : I: ''x 4 y are always speculative adventurers in the side of the and insists occurrence of this latest outrage on the
( : a position which will force his partyto opposite question, insect for several years to come without

: t ; field who, with little knowledge of any bus- nominate him. that the truckers have lost money. The remarkable Frenchmen who retain their respect for re great expense.In .

1: :fl iness they engage in, manage to prove unsuccessful statement is made that 4,000 car- ligion. But he had ample material before
It may be taken for granted that DearHubbel" the comparatively cool climate of Cali-
: "I in all. Of course it is not their loads of melons have been shipped out of him in the measures already adopted by
Jr' be tolerated in fornia the ostrich
!-it. 11.-, will not openly accommodates itself to
n.' fault: 1 it is only 1 their ever-recurring confounded Georgia, of which seven-eighths have gone the Republic against the Church. The new
but the manufacturerand natural conditions and hatches its
the next campaign, in
::':K bad luck, and they don't believe West. It is safe to say that the melons have and pending Army Bill, by subjecting all
h'J banker will be bled to the limit of en- the manner usual to fowls, the female occu-
:, :?, there is any money in it any way. The netted $100 per car-load after paying freight, seminarists to keep up the conscription, the nest in the and
durance. pying daytime the maleat
; "ll1 J truck business, they say, is a humbug; the and that nearly half] a million of dollars I will make it impossible to keep up the sup-
I. ''9'r The Times does not indicate its own preference night. In Africa, where such continual
: :-.4: transportation people, the commission mer- have gone into the hands of the truckers, i ply of ecclesiastics. Nobody who under-
in its incubation is rendered
but it shows great sagacity political unnecessary by the
; chants and everybody engaged in the trade and that the railroads have profited very stands anything: of the functions of the
suggestions. It realizes the fact that great heat during the day of the sun and of
I conspired against them,and they wisely their business. could believe that man com-
; this to clergy -.f
; largely by access young
the next political struggle is to be for hon- the sand the ostrich leaves its nest for hours
t' J. : conclude to have nothing more to do with Heretofore the grain and the meat of the pelled to serve five years with the colors
; .t est and good government. It tells its party together, or depends wholly upon solar heat
.:,I" cukes or melons. West have come South in fully laden cars,' could be afterwards trained up as a fitting I
( it is not a questionof for the evolution of its eggs. But he birds
that to ensure success
; '_::;, We think, however, that thE! trade has which were rettirrie reconciling factions, wounded jealousies, transported to the Pacific coast quickly com-
;: 1 .::a; been considered as remunerative on the the tide has been reversed, and more loadedcars from foreign sources, are the alternatives
ambi- the difference in
.r or combining partisan or personal prehended circumstances.FOREIGN. .
; ; 1'f whole, and has brought a good' deal of have gone West than have been re offered by the new bill to the church. The
'" tions; that it is plain the full Republican .
: : money into the State. ceived. This is good for the railroads and Government also, it is pointed out, has no I
be brought out by a man
; ; ,,'h. In Florida the season just closed has been strength of can character only trustworthy, pure, for the people. If we can pay for the grain right to withhold the salary parish priests.No Large mother-of-pearl oyster beds have
:' : deemed a fairly profitable one ; over four ablewidely knownand as widely respected." and meat we require. with watermelons and such privilege is mentioned in the Con- been discovered on the north coast of Bor-

::. ; .hundred thousand crates have passed over this immaculate Republican is the other truck products, we make a good ex- cordat. Leo XIII. appeals to that histori-
'>( 'the Transit road alone. and we learn of in- One change. The later shipments of melons, it cal treaty, and takes his stand upon its neo.The Swedish monitor Thordon founderednear
runs over
does not
Times even suggest.
; :: ;" '! ? -dividual truck-growers who have received in vain to is said, have glutted the Western markets, terms. It is well known that Napoleon, Nordkoping on Tuesday. The crew
the list of prominent Republicans
y ,, w. '!; I thousands of dollars. We have a broader and in many instances will not pay freight. with the strong passion for illegality which were saved.

'f" ,t and, therefore, better field than Georgia for find this leader. The Constitution draws this consolation from marked his career, insisted upon regardingas
i Y.a If each party will put in nomination a Occurrences at Hankow indicate an ex-
+ a -truck-farming. We have a more southern i it the valid the additional oJ" anic articles to
': i. 'ii- of character, trustworthy, the fact that will increase experienceof tensive movement for the overthrow of the
,, '{ t t: locality and rich warm soils well suited for man the of had refused his assent
r g the public at the North in delights which Pius VII. ; Chinese .
and widely present dynasty.Six
H able and widely known, as
r! :, :!I'., growing early vegetables. It has been pure have the Southern watermelon, and give them a but the Church had never accepted the con-
respected a great step forward will hundred and sixty-two deaths
/ : -shown that we can be successful in raising strong hankering for the next crop-a sort ditions, and they have no force in international occurred -
been taken in politics, and a step which the on Saturday in Egypt from cholera
,' : '_ :i; nearly every description of vegetables of cheap advertising. Less care seems to be law. The Republic, deserted in Eu- ,
interests of our country demands. We thinkit I more than half of them in Cairo.
.is J: ,:'". ,;t; made use of, while for some, like the tomato credit of the Times taken in shipments from Georgia than we rope and engaged in many quarrels abroad,

,'> ,;Jf'; : and string-beans, we can produce the very very greatly to the are accustomed to take in Florida. They does not act wisely in giving an astute adversary Cholera has made its appearance amongstthe

:. ,i: :, earliest which can be raised anywhere in that it recognizes the popular demand for ship smaller melons, and pile them in pro- the advantage in such a good ease. British troops in Egypt. The mortality

t", :t.: the United States, and of superior quality. such a nominee. miscuously.The With Russia estranged, because the Republic from the disease at Cairo is simply frightful.

". s;, The melons are considered secondary, and AMERICAN WHEAT PROSPECTS. Legislature of Georgia is now in ses gravitates to the Reds, Austria, Italy and Russia has sent a commission to Germany,

\ I.. .j. .are sent on as a supplementary crop for The Department of Agriculture at Washington sion. The House of Assembly comprises Germany leagued as one in the event of war, France and England to obtain exact infor-

x; ," : :if': what they will bring. has been making a tabulation from 175 members and the Senate 44. The Assembly and England alienated by unfriendly asper- mation concerning the civil rights of the

: 4 t+ :',. h' Middle Florida has shown her special aptitude available statistics relative to the average is too large to. do business with much sions, is it safe for France to force the Pope Jews in those countries.The .

t .It! for Irish potatoes and onions, and Many of the membersare into remonstrance which must have
expedition. a
r tit f amount of wheat consumed for food in the care or a report on the working of the new

r r "'I\ t' -.1 Ie market for them is almost 1 unlimited. United States during the past five years, quite young, three only are colored. European echo-perhaps even an effect? Post-Office Savings Banks in France during

: ,- together with the average amount requiredfor a 1882, shows that 473,000 deposits were paidin
r f :', 'I... Charleston truck-farmers. Ii would be avery that boring county of Camden. was awarded the total francs. The
1 i seed and the average exports during NEWS NOTES.HOME. making a 64,634,000
f' ) f profitable enterprise for our people on time. The figures show the average home seat of the sitting member, a white man, to- withdrawals amounted to 17,811,000 francs,

''. the coast to go into. Amelia Island, St. consumption to have been 233,139,786 bush- day by a large majority. There is a very : so that there was an overplus for the year

i' ,. f."i ,,;;1 ,.: Augustine and Halifax river neighborhood els annum, and the amount required for large number of bills before the Legislature, St. Louis is in danger of a water famine. of 46,823,000 francs left deposited. The deposits -

', '." = f. are specially adapted to it. We hope the. seed per, 50,800,090 bushels, while the exports and the date of their adjournment is very The Delaware output, this year, of canned average 136 francs each, the with-

.: ;f(:: 'State fair will offer special premiums for asparagus uncertain. drawals 312 francs.
averaged 145,274,678 bushels, making the fruit and vegetables is estimated at over
3 : to stimulate experiments. The Atlanta continues to improve, and it
total average annual consumption of American 4,000,000 cans. One of the amendments to the militarylaw
: .;t; ;, drawback, we presume, with most people is seems to have no dull season. The trainsare
wheat during that period 429,214,529 The Milner coal mines near Birmingham, in France, introduced in the French
a ,. is "'\ :' the length of time required to bring it to a thronged with. people, and the hotels are
t f bushels. Ala., are believed to be capable of turningout Chamber, wages war upon bachelors. It
1 ; .P ( b size suitable for marketing, but three years full of guests. The pew public buildings
The statistics for 1882 show that the total 1,000 tons a day.The.American proposes to put all the bachelors into the
:: ,: will do that and by purchasing n "
I at the most are very handsome, while the private resI-
.. crop was about 504,000,000 bushels, of which first-class of reserves to be called out first in
/ J ; year old tubers, a year or more will be dences will vie with those of almost any rifle team was defeated in
consumed at home of and in time of
: l 246,000,000 were upwardsof time war, compelled peaceto
the international shooting match at 'Vim-
saved. The town has not taken the
fl'1wo other on
a 1 used for seed and city. drills and It also
51,000,000 153,000,000 extra man uvres. retains -
We regard truck farming in Florida as look either in dress whichare bledon, last week, by 45 points.
.i ; city or manner,
j i' : exported, leaving on hand a surplus of nearly them on the list of reserves for twelve
j thoroughly established and reliably remun- and noticeably provincial.The During the first six months of this ,
: 1r}
1 t 54,000,000 to make up deficiences, if there be years instead of six years the term for mar-
(;' I 1 erative. Our railroad facilities are daily increasing store clothes speak for themselves of 1472 buildings were erected in New York
: !r any, in the present year's crop. The depart- ried men. The amendment is conceived in
T.f the area of profitable productionand the ready-made clothing store of the coun- city, at an estimated cost of $26,907,064.
.111 for the the bach-
r ;t ment's estimates present year place the hope of forcing smart young
we shall gain still more in point of try town. The professional style is indicated Polk the defaulting State Treasurer of
,' t J1 the crop at about 435,000,000 bushels, whichis elors of France into matrimony.Absolutely .

', tti.:;,\! ,t time when South Florida is permeated by a trifle over the average consumption of by a beaver set on one side of the Tennessee, has been found guilty, and sen-

,:) : all the new lines of roads now under coni'.l the past five years, although not equal to head. tenced to the penitentiary for twenty years.

: struction. Different parts of the country Traveling is by no means pleasant in this
; last year's consumption by 16,000,000. The'ear's Captain Webb, the daring English swim-
will be found especially adapted to various when the clouds of dust
: t\M yellow clay region,
production, however, taken in connection mer, lost his life in a foolhardy attempt to
; .F v productions: and there will be a constant'r which envelop are only emphasized by
i: with the fifty million surphi" carried you swim the whirlpool rapids below the fallsat
} in the handling of our ,. smoke of the engine. Thereis
} 4, improvement crops over from last year, will amply suffice for the light-wood Niagara on Tuesday last.

# in the modes of transportation, and in the all home requirements} and an export demand a great field of discovery and profit open
of market. It is only within as great as we have ever been called effectual The lIon. Thomas Swann, ex-mayor of
time reaching to the man who will invent means M ,y, w Eicyr
upon to fill in any one year. : Baltimore, ex-governor of Maryland, and
r .the last year or so that the Western markets It will be impossible to predicate pricesfor for laying the dust and consuming the e oiurnrpeaZ .
of died his
ex-member at
Congress, country
;' r. have been made available to us, and we the coming season until the condition: of smoke. F. :

1 t i a have had hitherto but a weekly line of the European crop is more accurately known. -- -- residence, near Leesburg, Va., Tuesday: evening -

d, 'I steamers from our port to New York. A There is sure to be a large export demand, FRANCE AND THE VATICAN. last. i. 4 irir.
but whether it will be drawn from this
: ; semi-weekly line will hardly be frequent country at present or higher than present To the Editor of the Mirror : Sixty-five persons, mostly women and !
'r ..
1;, be and lead PARIS, July 10, 1883. children, were drowned at North Point, Tiv- :
enough, but will a great help, prices can only be determined when the

; to further increase of trips.PRESIDENTIAL extent of the Russian and Indian crops avail- The Pope's letter to President Grevy is a oli, ten miles from Baltimore. Monday night.

1 } able for export are known. It is known political as well as a religious event. Its significance The catastrophe was caused by the giving
commercial interests
that the English are
::1 GUESSES FOR straining every nerve to so increase trans- is enhanced by the fact that it away of a dock on which several hundred

o 1884. portation facilities in their Indian possessionsas adds to the isolation of the French Republicin excursionists were congregated, awaitingthe

The New York Times addressed 400 letters to make Indian wheat a formidable competitor Europe. The Vatican and the new King- arrival of a barge to return to their
j with that of America the European -
't +, i' to gentlemen in different parts of the United markets. Russia has been smarting dom of Italy are natural enemies, simplythe homes.

States, making the following inquiries: under the superiority of our methods of realm rules over territories belonging by The deepest sea sounding ever made was

's. a I.-Who is most frequently spoken of by cultivation and transportation for some tradition to St. Peter's chair. Therefore it in the Pacific Ocean in 1874, near the en- jjGPOWDER :

; Republicans in your vicinity as their first years and is making heroic efforts to get seems that the French Government must
Sea. The
trance to Behring's depth was
''1 -choice for Presidential candidate in 1884? back the trade she has lost and it is possiblemay
i+,.1 II.-What other names are mentioned? succeed to some extent. The problem I have been ingeniously perverse or curiously 4,655 fathoms, and the cast was made from

III.-Who is most frequently mentionedby therefore, resolves itself into one of compar- infelicitous when on the morrow of an estrangement the United States schoolship Tuscarora. The

Democrats in neighborhood as their ative expense. We have the wheat to spare from Italy they find themselves shallowest water in the middle of the At-
.first choice for Presidential candidate in and Europe wants it. The price at whichwe with the
engaged in a quarrel Pope. By
shall be compelled to sell it will depend lantic, 731 fathoms, shows the existence of
a' IV.-What other names are mentioned, on how cheaply Russia and India can supplythe I. their raid on Tunis they drove King Hum- submarine mountains 10,556 feet high.

European demand.-Philadelphia Times.A bert to seek an alliance at Berlin ; and now
in about what order, as indicating their In the savings bank which was foundedin Pure.
popularity? the Vatican, reconciled with Germany,
ar the Eastern Penitentiary of Pennsylvania -
: ; Replies were received from nearly all of launches the lambent lightning of a pater-
We made a brief visit to East Florida last one year ago, with a view of encourag- POWDER never varies. A marvel
the addressed, and the Times tabulates nal remonstrance on a Republic which THIS and wholesomeness.More .
., persons
A week, and came in contact with the most : ing industry among the inmates by giving purity,strength
'. the replies as follows : wonderful boom that is making seems able to keep no friends.A economical than the ordinary kinds,
them of their earnings and depositing -
For Blaine-Southern States 20, Northernand body healthy and wealthy, and are now fresh attack on religion has been made a percentage and cannot be sold in competition with the
i, it in the bank, there is about $9,000to multitude of low test short weight, alum or
determined than ever to have a new
Western States 83, 103 in all, fourfifthsof more by the Radical Municipal Council of Paris.
hotel and additional railroad facilities for I their credit already. Since the bank has phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
which are at the North. Arthur 31 from Monticello. It is astonishing what wonders That body has the control of the great hos- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
e been started the convicts have earned by
the South, 33 from the North and West, 63 energy and enterprise have accomplishedfor pitals of the metropolis, and has for some 38 106 Wall Street New York.
overwork about and have sent
in all. Edmunds 11 from the South! 46 the towns andcountry through which the years struck out from its budgets the sala- $25,000, over
I Transit Railroad What $12,000 to their families.
from the North and East, 57 in all. passes. were water- ries of the, chaplains. On former occasionsthe B. NOYES,
tanks stations only a few years ago, are now A
The Times deduces the conclusion that flourishing towns and villages have been Prefect of the Seine has ordered the re- Miles of spruce forest in Maine are dead. (Successor to W. A. SANBOEN),

Blaine is a first choice of Republicans in the converted into cities. Five years ago): Starke, insertion, of the item, but this year he has Lumbermen are not agreed as to the cause. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

North and West, and Arthur in the South, in Bradford county, was a village of less assented to the abolition. From Sunday About eight years ago the heavy autumn
than four hundred inhabitants, and now it GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES,
rain loosened the earth and that was followed ,
s' with. Edmunds as an alternative choice. has a population of 1,500 and upwards of next, therefore, the hospital chapels will be ,
On the Democratic side Tilden is first twenty new buildings are in the course of closed, there will be no resident chaplain, by terrible gales and a severe winter. CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS HAY, GRAIN,

,choice by 30 in the Southern States and 90 erection. Gainesville has grown with light- and no priest will be allowed enter ex- The theory, however, generally accepted by Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near

in the Northern States, Pennsylvania and ning rapidity, and now puts on city airs. cept at the express request, repeated each the best judges is that the trees die from Steamboat Landing,
She has a population of fully 5,000 souls, old The is in sections FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
New York giving 29 of the 90, or about one- with monster store-houses, palatial resi- time, of one of the sufferers. "Thus the age. decay mainly ,

the dences street chartered the Archbishop in which have not been cut over. The age of Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.
third. McDonald is first choice of 36 in a railway a systemof hospital patient, says

South and 36 at the North, having 72i in telephones, a fire department, hotels, a his remonstrance, separated from familyand the spruce is from sixty to ninety years.A Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in
suburban resorts and large quantities.
'r all. Bayard has 12 in the South and 19 in daily hundreds newspaper of live,, progressive enterprising, friends, left to himself, will be deprivedof Havana dispatch, dated Monday, July Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Company -

the North. Hancock has 20, of which 13 citizens, who are not afraid to invest their all counsel and of all succor; he will 23, says : General E. O. C. Ord, of the 's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE the

y are from Massachusetts. dollars for the public good. Lawtey, Waldo have no means to prepare himself for death, United States Army who took passage on best in the world.

The Times goes on to say there is no reasonable and" all the" towns along the Transit are on no resource to reconcile himself to his God:' the steamer City of Washington at Vera Cruz Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED
a boom, and we want one for this county PLOWS
doubt to be entertained at present and town-and must have it.-]lfontictiUo It is not necessary to share the Roman for New York and was taken with yellow Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON

that the 306 votes of the old slave-holding I Constitution. I Catholic belief as to the need or extreme fever, compelling his removal to the shore VILLE. 33



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Calls answered promptly day or night,and

'.!' ;. :Medicine furnished without extra charge. -1 I SPRING GOODS \- r
Office hoursa.. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2
EEL11ARMACISTSr 1 1 :". :'c.;;; & &...f' and 7 to 8. 22 ly*
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Centre Street, .' : :. ''<' Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments, -
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constantly on hand a fine assort ".{ ...J. CEITTBE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, w ;, m l, r I, l, unUngl,


and DOMESTICDrugs 4. ,
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:: Hay, Corn, Oats

and Chemicals ,
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Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, .:A, .+ .. : CONTRACTOR AND. BUILDER. Is now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS,

Proprietary and Fancy Goods, \. .". Alachua Street, between Second and Third, The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced. to Fine Goods. 1

FINE TOILET ARTICLES, ..::::\ f;:.: "':'f' .. .\; : .Orders. and FERNANDINA estimates from, FLA.a distance care- -A new Stock just received and

;, Iii ; fully attended to. 25-tf Boots and Shoes
': : : .: offered at VERY LOW PRICES.:
IN ..-. .. '. ..y.- ) ." F
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; : -* A large and well-assorted Stock 5
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for MEN
Physicians' Prescriptions YOUTHS and BOYS, ,
; ., :i :' :'.':- Foot.of Centre Street,
carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at <
reasonable prices. ., .' .
'- .; ,' Furniture repaired in the best manner.
Hair Mattresses made to order at short
DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER.PALMER notice. 36 .Jji&>Order BUTTERICK'S- PATTERNS from us, and save '.
.. ; trouble, time and expense. '
BRO'S ,, ,, .. DR. W. E. SNYDER,
3S9* We for DEVLIN
'" are Agents & CO., leading Clothiers of
-I .." & it New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail ,.
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If/) z S receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our

I PHARMACISTS t 1'i $:;,,') H e resident New York buyer.
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Centre Street, near Depot, fefl :0 tT
" ,. 1'lI. vt- i I I -t'IJ tx New York Office 83 Walker Street FERSAXDIM, FLORIDA
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FLORIDA. "" ; '"')!f 'f. '. '. ,.,; ,,- '. J .. :
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....,.ftl'. .'.'.:"; OPERATIONS FIRST.CLASS; 20 years' '
; charges reasonable. Sets
J I i I of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and : .

I every set warranted to fit or money refunded. RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.MALLORySSTEAMSHIPT. ,
Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand '
AND CHEMICALS THE FLORIDA advice free, and willingly given. 10 -
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Feruaudiua .

Towns on R. R. Line, ANDDealer
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h number of the most eligible and desirable _
'i; an experienced Druggist.MR. --- -

;ar RABB, the Manager, will sleep Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for = =
: : :
i over the store, and will respond to all callsat City or Suburban Residences, z3 -

night UPON EASY TERMS. CuriosityiVariety:Store : r + tE Ltia

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to -
Offers a large and carefully selected .

parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- FINE STEAMSHIPS

rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1.080 T03V8. r+.

For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.HANDKERCHIEFS.
erty purchased substantial improvementsfor

Failing residence, or in which to conduct their : : : "\VESTERN' TEXAS, 1,210 TONS. -"

business. Silk, Linen, and Cotton. r

That! is what a great." INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,

niarpeople are doing. by exemption for a term of years from Laces, Towels, Napkins, ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK tk

Th y don't know just what taxation, offered by the several cities an,1 Dress Lining, Buttons, THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- '
sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
i 1.' the but have ami Notions .
matter, they towns. Apply to Generally.A This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
i ombhiaticn; :: of pains and CHAS. W. LEWIS, York:, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ?
;l'H:::,::nd each month theyr. Office cor.Beach &7th sts.,Fernandina. new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES -
'. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED
'. / worse. just received and marked low.

';"is only sure remedy Our Stock of COSSETS is Very Superior. ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.

: :ound is BROWN'S IRON .... .-' '-' JOHNS, OCKLAWAIIA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT t.
} .'.- :" ,;.' .. : RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the F

nncl thorough! assimilation ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a LAKE WEIR. : vd-

v.-ah; the blood purifies and ...., fine variety. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.
': For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
enriches it and rich
: R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
blood flowing to every part ;::.,.,'' SPECIALTY. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. F

of the system repairs the o ',' .-,' C. H. MALLORY & CO., r, ,

wasled tissues, drives out JPir Orders from the Country Solicited.KING'S ."! Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

disease and gives health and p 1


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is why BROWN'S ; .- ,', .
{ IRON BITTERS will cure ,
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kidney and liver diseases ,. ,
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consumption rheumatism "',. .. r. ,k Ir. ...,
'!! :: : :.. SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
neuralgia,dyspepsia, mala- '<,. !* *
ria, intermittent fevers &c. ;',1'q:- : -f-- *
Mr. Simon Blanchard, a wellicnown _" j"f'- : "I E E : 4t
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citizenuf Hayesville, .
Meade *
county.Kcmucky: ff My wife ."' 'I.',. '. '. .
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had been sick for a long time,and gsd, .F J"l" > yr

down and she was unable to work. ,,-: -; !-..i.. ,' \,",..., >::.;, or". "",
She was advised to use! Brown's Iron tr. M -

)Litters and found it to work like a .'","..;:,'' .... dP FANCY 'IMPORTED GROCERIES. E
charm. We would not now be without J.'I 1J
it for any consideration, as we 2
consider it the best tonic in the ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
world." wA..- leave Fernandina for Savannah
._.'!.' } Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday -

BROWN'S IRON BITTERSis .:....... ", E mornings, arriving at the latter place PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
,; .' c the same evenings.
not drink and does not ., Savannah for Fer-
a <,; .j. Returning, will leave ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
contain whiskey. It is the '-.; ''. "J1. nandina on :Monday. Wednsday: and Friday -
I of Iron ;.C-;'.:- : U': at 8 a. m. _+ +-- i
only preparation
.. Deck Pass. without Meals, $3.00 COFFEES .
that causes no injurious ef- ". .\ .
Cabin ".00
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fects. Get the genuine: ,; Excursion 7.00 -J w

Don't be with .,. 0\ '.":..'. M E
imposed on ;,: {t.'it.... .,.',..f >t'; Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PRO CUBED. '

imitations. Boston, and Baltimore.For .
..v,." ,'.. c,,: ,.., tickets and state-rooms, apply at the
I,. ;. ,. ; 0' \. Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. NEW GOODS Received b 3 T Every Steamer.

.1 :x"::< : General Passenger Agent.
-"11r- J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. I I Cor. Second ind Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, FLA.THE .


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;+ t, 4 r INTENSIVE FARMING THE NEED as a carpet upon the surface to guard againstloss GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. -:::

1 { OF THE S 0 UTII. by evaporation. Under the intensive DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN
+ I system the drain the soil by the
The Hon. Parish Furman of
Georgia NOTES
B. ,
at removed for that -
once system
presupposes A
', i of the foremost farmers of the new
; -** one the supply in advance 'of an amountof (Successor to W. A. SANBORN) V
(''1' school of agriculture in that State, recently food fully sufficient to the requirementsof BLOOD SYRUP
it delivered an address at Montgomery Ala., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
t I d a'. on the subject of intensive farming which the crop, and the plentiful supply of I f,
; contains excellent points. Almost plant food in itself produces a rapid and vigorous GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES,
growth upon the part of the crop, say Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver
; the entire civilization of the South has been llo\Tels
cotton, that causes it to quickly shade the ,
j : changed since the war, and the South of today Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS i/:
o. ''t i r '; is very different from the South of 1860. ground, protecting it from the sun and Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near testify to
+" winds, and thereby largely removing in part Steamboat Landing efficacy in healing the above named
; ;; Especially have the changes in the industrial the second cause of trouble. The rapid diseases
} y life of this section been marked, and it
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. pronounce to be the Best Remedy
of the also under the
iF growth plant complete to Jia .
j although we cling to of the.customs : ,
many which is wonderful the Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.
system, ,causes
t ; ? :r and traditions of the past there' is no mistaking -
earth to be quickly filled with a network of Evans. Special rates Merchandise in ,Xf
r the great ad\anccs that have been
made in all that contributes to the development rootlets, holding it together and preventing. large quantities. GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.

'l of our material resources. washing, and a succession of crops, one following I Agent for Hazard :Manufacturing Compa- Trade Mark.Laboratory
4 ''" the soil and the immediately upon the removal of ny's CHAMPION\ BARBED. WIRE-the
3; 's' 1 In the treatment of in I
p f,':. -I I ; character and cultivation of our crops the the other, gives quick and satisfactory dividends I best in the world. lt6Y'"
,+ ., ;.v changes have been gratifying. The and keeps a growing crop constantly I Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED

sj'sternofaguculture: very prevailing before the on the surface, protecting it from loss by PLOWS. 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell
Local for BANK it
r war looked only to immediate returns, not washing or evaporation.-Charlelon News. Agent JACKSON- : .

"' ., to ultimate results. The plow fol'owed VILLE. 33 CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th
p 1..5 + fast upon the axe, and when the lands in TIIE ART OF THE HORSE TAMER. n f' Clark Johnson:-Uy children were sick with Fever, and a short trial, 1881 of ,
? } the older States exhausted the farmers Indian Blood your
N were Syrup completely cured them.
A writer in the Sporting Magazine of 1882
moved farther West there the 46.
,; ; ; + to repeat RUDIE
K. draws attention to Jas. Sullivan, the Whisperer CANTLE
l' ; of which had
process impoverishment they
a horse breaker Cork "an ignorant
!a.5 carried out here. TheSouthern planter was awkward rustic of the lowest,class." It was, Building Material !
"extensive" farmer. The of GUARANTEED TO CURB ALL .
an possession CASES OF rr
claimed him that he the
for art of
: ; hundreds of slaves compelled him to utilize possessed INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE BILIOUSNESS-
"' s4 their labor in the cultivation ,of large areas controlling by's nie secret influence any DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH
I horse or mare that was notoriously vicious.He COSTIVENESS ENLARGED SPLEEN COLIC '
of land unde- the direction of overseers who AV &C.
? ;s were uneducated, and, although energetic practiced in private, and would not reveal BRICK, LIME,. HAIR Rev.J R. Graves, Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," ,,J.; ;R.r Johnson, M, D.. of Abbeville. Miss., Aa,
X in certain unable his method. When employed to tame Memphis,Tean. Hays: 1 received a package of your .12. says: I am a graduate of Georgia Mrtifcl,
+l ; ;tl, a way, were utterly to an"outrageous animal he directed the stablein PLASTER, CEMENT, j Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. lt| College,and have practiced thirtyfivepVrs I nst
1 carry out those scientific methods lying at I works{like a charm. I want no bettor Liver Kegolator your medicine in my practice. It is not only a I
the foundation of an advanced and intelligent which, he and the object of the, experi- '" I and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture. Uver Medicine,but it is a sovereign remedy forfinj1J good
} + ment were placed to be shut, with orders SHINGLES Rev.Jj.A Iloffins,Frank'in.Kjr. Rev.J. S.Eeasley,of Snmrrarton, fAug.
: of Mr. Furman
+ system husbandry. .'&. It is the best medi- S C.,Jan."82.
not ,to ,the door until a signal was { Bays: says: I have cre.'ra-
M'' ,, I says : open j cine I :nave overtaken in my life. It .}p{in>wjmratioa a great deal.bnu ad
r: Under such a system diversified agricul- given. After a tete-a-tfite between him and DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. [is curing me of Dyspepsia.Send me r "l Lout medicine altogether BU,, V mr
about half hour I another package. Mast have it. in its oneot on the
the horse for an during system. The boa t.
: :. of the for it
ture was out question, requires Rev. J. L. Brittain, of Blonntsville, .
Dr. S. Mansfield,
Wholesale ,
PAINTS Druggist
which little bustle heard the ETC.
r :'.,' ; : a division of labor necessarily implying skill or no was signal March 1882,gays: I suffered with Tenn.says "Have sold it 30-">; my predecessor
i' .; and training, and frequently demanding was made, and upon opening, the door torpid liver and costiveness,and your sold it many years before me.That this medicine is a
the horse was seen lying down, and the .', -AT- medicine cured me My wife baa used it good on :and that it is the true and
the of and 'SimmonsLiver
: use improved implements machinery with]|genuine Medicine nope dare e&insay
,+ r :,;; and above all, calling for the constant man by his side playing familiarly with ,.., Original and Only Genuine. Estab. 1310.j .a.
I him, like a child with a dog. From FRED W. HOYT & GO'S
:.t and direction of puppy
j ,, presence intelligent ., 4 Put up In 2Sc.and 31.packages ,
,J educated brain such the that time he was found perfectly willing to and bottles by
: y,;'i an as average overseer SECOND STREET Near Centre.
; "j' ,,i i J' ,t,: could never be expected to possess. submit to any discipline, however repug- a .F. NS CO. ST. lout MO
nant to his nature before." Sullivan could
'' U?:. Southern agriculture, therefore, resolved
: t tself largely into the cultivation of the two not be persuaded to practice his art abroad. HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS !

,' ; Ii, \1. great crops of the country, corn and cotton, He was wedded to locality, and so his tri-
''d \ ;' -l.t and it is to the constant unvarying production umphs were witnessed by only a small cir- COLLINS
,' '.:. of these that we may trace the source of cle. It is safe to affirm that he did not con- CON HARTFORD

{ ,> r all our woes. Labor costing nothing, ex- trol horses by talking to them in whispersand We invite your attention to our ,

,. .,. cept the e.oense of feeding and clothing the by a magnetic touch. His practice was ;
Established 1826MANUFACTURERS
; different from his pretensions. When Rarey,
'.' : ; laborer, the torn crop furnished the hogand
: ';. : .j;' hominy, the favorite fpod of the negro, ands a son of an inn keeper in Central Ohio, wentto Crockery 1 Glassware,
the cotton was left as the money crop, always England in 1858, he claimed to have psy-
,L J: easily and certainly convertible into chological power over horses, and after he ,
,'. : ,, \\-r.... cash. Under this system the last thing! had brought Cruiser under control his and offer our Goods in these lines as low as !

; ", ever taken into consideration was the effect praises were sung by two cor. inents. The the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of
:' ; .' t :Ji! upon the soil. That planter was considered truth of the matter is, that Rarey, like those 6
.: :' the most successful who could exhibit the before him and those who came after him, very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,
'i ; .i greatest production to the hand or laborer, obtained obedience by force. He practicedthe
} : Dinner Sets, ,Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin
; :; i. and not to the acre or given amount of leg-tying-up system which he had
"t land ; and until the introduction of Peruvian learned at Georgetown, Ky., from Denton Chamber Sets all colors; 1VoolenI

;: 'r F guano a few years before the war the Offutt. Make the vicious horse feel that Ware of all kinds and I = __-
i 1t.' use of manure, except upon the garden or you are his master and then soothe him ; '; :: '
; .1 the turnip patch, was an unknown factor with soft caresses and gentle words, and you Utensils generally

"'; ,, in Southern agriculture. As a natural result will accomplish all that Whisperer Sullivan
r ;j. there has been a steady and rapid deterioration accomplished.. Magner, in his forth- FRED W. IIOYT fc CO. ,
,; .' : ,( t in the productiveness of our cultivated coming book, gives the nIl history of the
) q' to ds." Cruiser case. The facts were furnished by :

I :. ; Experience has proved that the old system Mr. Goodenough, who took Rarey to Eng-
I:v, of farming must be abandoned. "There land. Cruiser was owned by Lord Dorches- I C. H.; HTJOT,

: :i + can be no permanency in any system of ag ter, and had been vicious from a colt. He OFPicks

: ,,,,4 f riculture" Furman says, that fails to buildup was kept for breeding purposes Morrell -DEALER IN- Axes Hatchets
,.(;. r, the soil, and keep it at least at a certain Green, forty-one miles from London. A
i I, standard. This can only be accomplished watering-bridle was kept on him continu- HI'
I, with us by a change from extensive to intensive ally. To it were attached two chains, each I! = AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY

farming-b)' a reduction of our acreage about twelve inches long, with a buckle at I'I! CHANDLERY
f' and an increase of its productiveness. the end. The door of his stable divided in -j I TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.

t : In other words, we must plant less and the centre, and when it was desired to lead
I make more on it." him out for use the lower half was openedand Groceries, Hardware, Also, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS
1 To do this the lands must be fertilized, a bucket of water put in. When the
t Of all sizes and pricss fr:xn $5 tJ $33. Also Plowing Machines.
in the
; I not blindly but intelligently. To know how horse plunged his nose water to
} j f I I .,' to do this cannot be acquired by submitting drink strap twenty feet long was quickly DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, : Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues, &c.,

.; the soil to chemical analysis alone, (because fastened to each bit of chain. In this way by writing to the makers,
j the chemist is powerless to distinguish bei' two men could lead the animal without Second Street,
\ COLLINS & CO. 212 Water St. New York.
: tween the elements of the soil that are active getting in range of his teeth and feet. Cruiser ,

S I in regard to plants and those that am never wore the big iron muzzle which vie FERNANDINA FLA.
inert) ; but by constantly supplying to the Rarey esznibited with the horse. That wasa SHOVES TIN WARE ETC
d : soil the elements that are exhausted by the little advertising trick. Cruiser was not ,
,.{ cultivation of the crops. subdued by ordinary methods. As a last resort FERNANDINA = '

,If then, says Mr. Furman, we are able to his fore legs were tied up, a collar puton \ W. P. STREETY,
: I ascertain what it takes to make a given and his hind legs drawn up and tied to
6 : I -wha.. organic and inorganic elements, it. In this utterly helpless condition he Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
1 i I crop and in what proportions of each, and can was left all night in a solitary stable. In the { STEAM ] {{SAW } { MILL. } FERNANDINA FLA. 'tLfTURN1PO

I, further determine accurately in what form morning he was watered, caressed, fed ai d *- ,* v -* *< ,* :, ,
to restore these to the soil, whence they groomed. Then he was led behind a dog

i have been withdrawn, so as most economIcally cart to London, and tied down again the C. H. KUOT, PROPRIETOR, -:.- I
and effectually) to furnish them, as following night. His spirit was broke., !
plant food-then the problem is solved; and and a ter this Rarey could handle him with
} we ought, in practice, to be able to build up conpairiive ease. In London and New HAS constantly on handLumber -

l 'a,i and improve our lands, under a continued York wondering crowds flocked to see the fI NEW CROP SBrYi
and unbroken cultivation. vicious animal which the magic touch of .'JJ".. by Cargoes.Office ,
..i The indiscrimina e and the excessive use the horse tamer had made as gentle as a Send for (|]CATALOGUE PRICE LIST.
': : of chemical manures will not make the lamb. After Rarey's death Cruiser was ? ''
Second Street. vie
\ crops grow. Mr. Furman says: treated inhumanly, and he again grew sullen HIRAM
I+ "Most plants are very composite, the cot and vic'ous. He was confined in a ROCHESTER N.Y. CHICAGO ILL.
!' ton plant peculiarly so, requiring nine difJ small paddock at Groveport, Ohio, his feet t79.183MAN! STREET. 200-206 Randolph
J ferent elements, organic and inorganic, for seldom trimmed, never carefully groomed, WH LE ALE AND EALI I
<, its perfect production. Of these commercial and his food pitched at him. He had no DO-W-'S
; manures furnish only four, leaving the love for man, and the face of every prying I toO II

others to be supplied by the soil or atmosI intruder threw him into a rage. He was a I JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS
I i ph ere. The moment any one of these is horse of fine grain, with well proportionedhead oa
I : : M exhausted at once the effect becomes appar- and rather wide between the eyes. He o
kK ent in a sickly condition of the plant and ai was bred to a few mares in Central Ohio, II III N I NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
i i marked reduction in production. This and and left there some colts of more than average I--( = STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN but contains all the medicinal proper-

not the presence of the acid is the cause of merit. The successful horse tamer must CDr ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It

I the trouble that has puzzled the brain of so have firmness,excellent judgment and good AND SHEET-IRON WARE is very pleasant to take, and

K many of our farmer. In proof of it take, control over his temper. Intuitively and
I' : g as I have done, the cotton plant, have it after much experience he will learn to read ni ,

'I E t submitted to analysis, ascertain its component the character of an animal, and know what z i I : PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC,
I ; j parts, and from these compound a ma- steps to take to render him submissive. DEALER IN- I
t nure that shall be a perfect food for the :Mere lip and hand mummery is a waste of C5to f A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,

: t plant, apply enough to meet all the requirements time.-Turf, Field and Farm. toW ? call, and compare my prices with those of PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels,
,' : 1 of the crop, and I will guarantee that Family Supplies other houses, here or elsewhere.
"- ., rust will disappear at once and never more HOW TO DRIVE PLIES OUT OP A and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-
:I make its appearance, so long as the proper ROOM. ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
supply of perfect plant food is furnished HEAVY GROCERIES, J BOOTS AND SHOES. 1 action. Sold by
upon this system. On the scrubby pine Observations made by M. Rafford, a mem- N PALMER BRO'S,

.4. lands of Middle Georgia I myself, by the ber of the Society d'Horticulture at Limoges, P .,THE NEW STOREt I Ia Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.
: : use of a perfect cotton manure, have in four show that a castor-oil plant having been
1 : raised the production of sixty acres of placed in a room infested with flies they C- Hay and Grain, r.n Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA:

r l years land from eight bales of cotton to seventy disappeared as by enchantment. Wishingto O CD : ;{ W. F. WOOD, Jr., S GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made 22
bales of cotton and five hundred bushels of find the cause he soon found under the O without pepper.
.. oats, and the increase value of the land castor-oil plant a number of dead flies, anda H SHIP STORES -
I alone will more than pay for every dollar's large number of bodies had remained O c {j Proprietor, [} EJ O. S. OAKES

worth of manure used upon it during the clinging to the under surface of the leaves.It =.
1 period, leaving the crops-the cost of working would, therefore, appear that the leavesof w Furniture, Pi '.C> Cr ) AND BUILDER,
which under the intensive system was the castor-oil plant give out an essentialoil
; very small-almost clear profit." ; or some toxic principle which possesses GOtT MANUFACTURES

K' f Under the present extensive system off very strong insecticide qualities. Castor-oil Stoves, : :E3 DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF
farming our Southern lands are becoming plants are in France very much used as or- tt I ALL SIZES.
Mr. Furman namental plants in rooms, as they resist Paints, 1
says: Post Office Box I
'. +, Poorer. trouble first from continual I very well variations of atmosphere and tem- S SAND 174. 1
comes, a o Crockery, jan4 Fernandina, Fla
t withdrawal from the soil of mineral or perature. As the castor-oil plant is very -
much and cultivated in all gardens, r.J.r.1
/ elementary matter successive without grown
crops Hardware HO FOR THE BEACH
itI I any return until the natural supply, the Journal d1 Agriculture points out that it .-: 51 Sr

: which, in the case of mineral matter, nature would be worth while to try decoctions of < AND A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe

.?! is powerless to reproduce, is exhausted, or the leaves to destroy the green flies and Willow-Ware. 5'o :H:
:. so reduced as to furnish an insufficient supply other insects which in summer are so destructive three elegant Omnibuses of MeGiunis
i t ;' of available material for plant food; to plants and fruit trees. Any- M & Rawson can be secured for private partieson

J ''f I and, second, from the loss mechanically how, Mr. Rafford's observations merit that PiH N.fd. C> C> very reasonable terms,at any hour,.either
i t caused by our tropical rains and burning trial should be made of the properties of ( day or night.
'1 summer sun and winds in the castor-oil plant, both for the destruction W'SOS.
; washing away o 26lcGIXXIS & RA
.- t the finer particles of our soil, and drying of flies in dwellings and of other trouble- ,I Io p {j Fernandina, }} E1JB -
z out the humus or organic matter from the some insects.-British Medical Journal. I To Rent.

t. soil, both of which losses are aggravated by: {( Cor. Centre & Third. }- Si The property known as Sanborn's Stores
our shallow system of culture, keeping the The very best iron preparation and the E p?t ,V Apply for particulars to
V surface soil always loose and clear of the one having the largest sale, is Brown's Iron : 1 1i GUa ii6W&SU5fcOW6St p I I A. B. SO fS.:

?,r.' xjy weeds and grass that nature strives to place I Bitters. j JiI i i JS3-THE XE" STORE: Fernandina July 15-tf

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GOOD AD"JCE.You will prevent and cure Fall Term- Collector of Ret'cnueX Sapp, New ; Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,'
the greater part of the ills that afflict man- St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
kind in thu: or any section, if you keep Jour 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. S. Ackley, New Troy. Dr.SatUfiM Mng. the Admired most Cutldiotu for iUcleanlnwu at a perfect and Inir vle\nit Rat ftr rtume.and Central and Western Railroad. i
stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect work- Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Kerer Fails to Restore Grey or Faded Hairto Through tickets via this line at the Com-
in" order. There is no medicine known Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. -Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. th*youthful color. 60 c4 and gt.z..s at an lnigguU. pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 "
County Judge
that docs this as surely as Parker's Ginger Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Tallahassee. West Bay Street .
Tunic. It will keep your blood rich and Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Sheriff-A.Clerk-C. A.Moseley,Tallahassee. WILLIAM O. AMES: .
pure, and give you good health at little cost. FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henr N.Felkel, Get Gen'l Passenger Agent
column. Jacksonville Fla.
See other ,
Term- Tallahassee.
Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
WELCOME.-What makes Floreston General; Manager
WHY< Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- ,
Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of
welcome on lady's toilet Jacksonville Fla.j. .
Cologne every ,
Putnam 3d after 4th in hassee.
table" is its lasting fragrance and rich, March. Tuesday Monday Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. s. MCELROY,

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

Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Key.Superintendent. it i't RAILROADAND

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

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

Arrives................ 5:50 P. M. and 6:05: p. M. SEVENTH CIRCUIT. MADISON COUNTY. Ginger lluchn, llnmirake, Stilling and In Effect July 2d, 1883.
Closes::! .................- 7:30 A. M. and 9:30 A. M. Spring Term County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madison many of de Lest medicines known are here com- GOING SOUTH. .

Transit & Peninsular Railroad Orange 4th Monday in January. Sheriff-S.. M. Hankins, Madison. powers.binedintoarn&kiteof as to make! the Greatest such varied Wood Purifier&the and effective Leave Fernandina........................11.00 a.m. t

Arrives...................................... 5:50 P. M. Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John )f. Beggs, Madison Best Health and Strength Restorer Ever Used. Leave Hart's Road......................11.40a.m.
p. Closes......................................... 7:30 A. M. Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner,. ,It cures Dyspepsia! Rheumatism,:Sleeplessness!' Leave Callahan.......................... 12.40p.m.
Jacksonville, South and West F Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison. all diseases of tile Stomach, Jlowels, Lungs,Liver, :Leave Dutton........................ ..... 1.07 pan. '

..-............... 9:00: A. M. and 6:05 p- )I. Fall Orange Term,-2d Monday in August. County Treasurer S. S. Smith, Madison. Kidneys lfypuarewo, and all,tin Female:: awaywin Complaints. :: Closes......;............ '9:30 A. M. and 5:30 p. H.I 2d in Collector of Revenue M. H. Warring, Mad- any : :-; to-day. It will surely 1.45 p.m. ',
I ..... 10:25 A. M. Volusia Monday September. ison. h-fpyou.I Tenentbcr! it is to Bitters Leave Baldwin............................ 2.10p.m.
Arrives Sunday...... 4:00: p. M. Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad Essences of Cinzer:: and other Tones as it builds Leave Maxville.......................... 2.35p.m.
Closes Sunday. Dade 2d Monday in November. ison. up the system without intoxicating.. 500. and$1 Leave Highland........................... 2.56p.m. Er. .
St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mail- sizes,atail"-aleriidnts.i: None genuine without Leave Lawtey ............................. 3.12p.m. -
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at2:30P.M. County Officers. MANATEE COUNTY. signature ofl 11 cox &(;n..N Y. Sed lor circular. Leave Temple's........................... 3.28 p.m.
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. ALACHUA COUNTY. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. Arrive Starke.............................. ............ _
St. Mary's and Dungeness Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Leave Starke .............................. 3.36 p.m. ;i
{ County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Leave Thurston .......................... 3.48p.m.
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown obtained for new inventionsor Arrive Waldo.............................. 4.10p.m.
Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, for improvements in old Leave Waldo.............................. 4.20p.m. ,
Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00A.M. Sheriff-John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash.Superintendent. ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m. '
I Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, of Schools-Felix. J. Seward, all patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Arredondo ...................:.... 5.24 p.m. R r
Fridays and Saturdays at .2:30 P. M. Hawthorne. Pine Level. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Batton............................. 5.36 p.m.
Money Orders and Registered Letters from Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m.
9:00: A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00: p. M. ville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- Leave Bronson ........................... 6.21 p.m.
to 4:00: P. M. Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheath, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- Leave Otter Creek....................... 6.51 p.m.
SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. Gainesville. Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- Leave Rosewood.......................... 7.30 p.m. r

DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. Assesstor of laxes-Thomas Barco, Cotton ents from in Washington.less time than. those who are remote Arrive Cedar Key........................ 80.2 p.m. t,

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

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

Reg//. -L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT Leave ronson................. ........... 8.55a.m. .
Receiver-John F. RollinSj Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY. ENT IS OBTAINED.We Leave Archer.............................. 9.25 a.m. a
Sut'eyor.Generallalachl/ 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. .a
DISTRICT COURT. Olustee. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Leave Gainesville........................10.24 a.m. w"
Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr., ington. For special references circular,service i Arrive Waldo.............................11.13 a.m.
JfftrJ1Htl-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge--J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. terms, etc., addressC. Leave Waldo............................ ..11.25 a.m.
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of .Ret'etme-'Valter C. Maloney, A. SNOW & CO., Leave Thurston...........................11.54 p.m. r

INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key 'Yest.Superintettdent. Opp.Patent Office Washington D.fJ. 2tf Arrive Starke.............................. ............. .,;
Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, :Lake of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key Leave Starke...............................12.15 p.m.
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Butler. West. )HORACE DREW, Leave Temple's.........................12.24 p.m.
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Lawtey ............................12.48 p.m. ':
JohnV.. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.SilpCTiiitCiideiit. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- B oolseIler, Stationer, Leave Highland......................... 1.10 p.m. -
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonvi. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.' Printer and Binder. Leave Maxville........................... 1.35 p.m.
John F. House cedar St. Augustine. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.05 p.m.
Joseph Hirst, Key. BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.30p.m. ,

County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fer Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.55 p.m..
State Officers. Point. nandina. A SPECIALITY. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.15p.m.

,, Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Ret'enue'v arren F. Scott, Fer- Leave Callahan........................... 4.05 p.m. ;,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- nandina. S3 Liberal discounts to Teachers and Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.50 p.m.
Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. gianna. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on I Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.25 p.m.

a; Lieltten4/tt-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- botham, Callahan. application. 59 W. BAY STREET, Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR '
Key West.Secretary lando, Orange county.Superintendent .
of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee of Scll.OOlI-A. Grady, La ORANGE COUNTY. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .
l Grange. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando. DIVISION. N
1, Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. I Clerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando. RAILROADS. GOING SOUTH.

Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Fort'Reid. i. Leave Waldo Junction................ 4.18 p.m. t

t Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- Park. Reid Assessor Fla.Collector. of Taxes-Jam M. Owens, Fort FLORA CITY ROUTE. Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m. N"

hassee. Clerk-O. A. Buddington, Green Cove Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57 p.m.
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Springs. Sanford. of Revenue-Richard H. Marks, FLORIDA CENTRAL-& WESTERN R.R. Leave Lochloosa.......................... 5.15 p.m. :.. '

Tallahassee. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Leave Orange Lake.................... 5.42 p.m. ;
Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, JACKSONVILLE-- 13th Leave Anthony Place.................. 6.07p.m. + >t
Fort Reid. May 1883.
Foster, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. /COMMENCING: this date Trains, this Leave Silver Spring..................... 6.35 p.m. ;j' ,
Adjll.tant.General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, PUTNAM COUNTY.: \j road and its connection,will run on as follows Leave Ocala...............................? 7.00p.m.
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Maxville. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. Leave Lake Weir Station............ 7.45 p.m. '

Commissioner A Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent vf Schools-\I. F. Geiger, Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. : Arrive Wildwood........................ 8.19p.m.
Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shall\'. WESTWARD.No. ,

Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-S.Collector of Revenue-Joseph E. Tinuu ns. Price. Accom. Mail. Leave Wildwood..:........ .............. 7.00a.m. ?
Sjtecial Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor 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. at f

Building; Jacksonville. Clerk-John Viuzant., Jr., Lake City. Strickland. Arrive Baldwin ......:..... 7.15 p in 10.13 a m Leave Ocala................................. 8.30 a.m. .. a
SUPREME COURT. S"erijf-J. W. Perry, :Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Lake City....;.....11.45pm 1.00 pm Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m.
l'licfJustice. \[. Randall, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, :Lake City. Live Oak......:..... 1.25am 2.18pm Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.15a.m.
.1(., /Jciatl' Westcott,jr.,Tallahas.K Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.' Madison ......:..... 3.35am 4.03pm Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43a.m.
Superintendent of.School*-JuliusPotsdamer i Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry: Drifton.........:..... 5. '3 a m 5.30pm Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... ....10.10 a.m., .
wlciate Just ice-R. B. Van Yalkenlmrgb, Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Monticello......... 5.55am 5.50pm Leave Hawthorne.......................10.29 a.m. 1
'.wkslln v ill e. DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin Tallahassee...;..... 7.00am 7.00pm Leave Dixie...............................10.47 a.m. '
(uk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. 4 County Judge-William A. McLean\ Jack- Perry. Leave Tallahassee...;..... 7.25 pn Arrive Waldo Junction...... .........11.10 a.m. b rt
CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. ArriveQuincy .........'..... 8.40 pm Trains 1 .- "
daily except Sunday.
County SUit'clor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Chatta. River......
First! Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, PenS Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. 9.40pm
Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee
Perry. Leave River Junction... 9.40pm
'a'" ula. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
amd Oil'cull-Da\'ill Walker, Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt Jackson- Perry.ST. Arrive Marianna....;..... 11.23: pn
'1'1', ville. JOH 'S COUNTY. Pensacola....i..... 6.35 a m GOING SOUTH.

gird Circuit}<;. J. Vann, Madison. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus- "., )[ont omcr)..'..... 8.50pm Leave Fernandina...... 2.00p.m. 7.15p.m. i iN i
Mobile........ 1 .... 4.25
Fourth Circuit-James. Baker, Jackson- Jacksonville. tine. .i. pIll Leave Hart's Road..... 2.35p.m. 7.48p.m.
\ i Ill'. Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. "" New Orleans:;... 10.15pm Arrive Jacksonville.... 3.37p.m. 8.45 p.m. ,i "
Houston.....A.... 6.50am
Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins Gaines-
sell Jacksonville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine GOING NORTH.

nlll'. HAMILTON Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St. EASTWARD.No. Leave Jacksonville..... 7.30 }
Beth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. COUNTY. 4. No. 2. a.m. 4.15p.m.
County Judge-Henry J. Stewart Augustine. Accom. Mail. Leave Hart's Road...... 8.30a.m. 5.20 p.m. ,;
Seventh Circuit-\\ Archer Cocke, Sanford Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias |
Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. St. Arrive Jacksonville.*...6.40am 4.30pm Arrive Fernandina..... 9.05a.m. 6.OOp.m.Trains .
Augustine. k
Court Calendar.FIRST Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall Baldwin........:..... 5.15am 3.48pm double daily except Sunday.
Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. St. Augustine. Lake City......;.... 1.20 a m 12.47 p m SUNDAY TRAINS.

Kit Term CIRCUIT. Collector of Ret'enue-'V. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY. Co Live Oak......:_..11.40 p m 11.34 a ni Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.00a.m.
Santa Rosa- 2d in October. Columbia County.Superintendent I :Madison ............ 9.30 pm 10.08 a m Arrive Fernandina.......................10.25a.m. .k-
Walton 4th, Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Clerk-Thomas County Judge-Henry J. S.Cassidy, Leesburg, Drifton.........::-.7.20pm 8.23am Leave Fernandina........................5.00p.m.
Holmes, Monday after 4th erts, Ancrum. J. S. Ivey, Leesburg. Monticello ......... 7.45pm 8.50am Arrive Jacksonville.....,................. 6.25p.m.
Wednesday Monday Sheriff Dyches, Leesburg. Tallahassee........ 5.30 p m 6.45 a m hI
.u October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster. I. Leave Tallahassee ........ 7.00 a m
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- I Collector of Revenue-J. R. G. Hamilton, Arrive Quincy....._...... 5.30 a m CONNECTIONS. I;
''i I October. ville. Sumterville. .
Leave Chatt'chee River 4.30am
Jackson 3d after 4th in Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville. Schools-A. C.-Clarke S tAT
Monday Monday Superintendent of Arrive River Junction.. 4.30 a m FERNANDINA, FLA.,
nober.Kscambia, Sheriff-J. Mickler, Brooksville. Sumterville. Marianna..i.
.. 2.28am
1st Monday in December.This Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Pensacola.......:... 7.30pm With Line New from York New and York Fernandina Steamship } ..ra.m.,11.35 l
on Tuesday at 8
act amended section 2 of act Feb- ville. ,
County Judge-M. )f. Blackburn, Live Leave :\Iont omery...... 8.30 am
"ary 10, 1879 and does not the Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend a.m., or 6.15 p.m.; and for New g t
Oak. Leave Mobile.............. 2.00 pm .
Term. York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500.
Brooks"ille.Superintendent. p.m.
Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave New Orleans.?.... 8.40 a m 5.50
THIRD CIRCUIT. of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Houston.......:... 6.15pm or With p.m.Sea Island Route from and to Savan- ;
fing' Fort Dade. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wei- Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily nah and i
Sunday, Wednesday Friday.
Taylor, 1st. Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. born. except Sunday. ': tAT
\ITU. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison, SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. CALLAHAN.I'. t ;
; Madison, 2d Monday in April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak. SLEEPING CARS Tallahassee! to Pensacola. To and from Savannah and Charleston at
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones co s f..cTIOSS. 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m. -
) Mnvauee, 1st Monday\ after 4th Monday Live Oak. At with Line
Jacksonville Waycross by
Taxes-S. E.
Assessor of Sparkman, Tampa. AT BALDWIN FLA., I
April.olumbia' ) i Collector of RCt'enue-'Y. F. Buns, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames No. 4 in the a. m.,and No. 2 in the p. m., for
To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 .I
3d Monday\ after 4th p.m.
Monday Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson H. Chandler, Enter- all points North and East; with the Fernan-
April. Tampa. prise.ClerkJohn. dina' & Jacksonvill;.Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE, ". 0, ,
:.afayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. W. Dickins, Enterprise. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m. and 2.40. .
April. :
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I 7/ Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello.\ Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. ,- the St. Johns River. p. m. ..
At Baldwin by Xi( 1 with Florida Tran- AT WILDWOOD.
Assessor Taxes-John Anderson Enter-
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. of sit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville '
With Line to and from Brooksville
Monticello. prise.Collector Staga
her.Alison. Clerk-W. C. Bird,
of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De- Ocala, Leesburg; Key, and all Gulf and Tampa daily except Sunday. '
2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Ports. j ,
Land. With Stage Line to and from
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. :Monticello. At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida
County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau Mon- Superintendent of Scliools-A. Cranshaw, daily except Sunday.AT .
"uwannee 1st Monday after 4th Monday & Western Railroad. :.
'October. ticello. Enterprise. At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch CEDAR KEY, FLA., '

::lumbia, 3d Monday after 4th :\Monday Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon W.KULL.couro.: Y. Railroad on Tuesday Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -

"Ibcr. ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. urdays. :. for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp. it s
.Lafayette, 6th Tuesday. after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes. -J. P. Grantham, Wan- Sherijf-W. H. Walker, Crawfordville. At Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and i
October. keenah. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- Friday. t

FOURTH CIRCUITS LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval, sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
fung' Term- County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville. and all points in the :West, Southwest, and West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.;
't. J01m's. 2d Tuesday in March Shcrijf Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. County Treasurer-Vi. W. Walker, Craw- Northwest forming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. .
''lav, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ford ville. QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Rarnsey,New Collector of let'ellue-W H. Walker,Craw points; and with the Central and People's etc., apply to
Baker 2d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. ;;t Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for, A. MAcDONELL,
Nassau, 3d. Tuesday in April. County 7rea.mrer-J. M. N. Peacock, New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw- Apalachicola and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor Gen'l Ticket and Pass. Agent. )
pval, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy. fordville. Columbus and Eufaula. D. E. MAXWELL: Gen'l] Supt. 12

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; I.l'f: -\l'f: >: I t THE FLORIDA MIRROR. A Valuable Invention. The City Council. Range of Thermometer -

11 I We were shown this week the letters pa- The regular meeting of the City Councilwas fOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JULY 27,

H ': !.I i 'l'l; tent of what we consider valuable railroad held Wednesday evening, with the fol- HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.

:f :: ": ff.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS invention, consisting of a seal attachmentto lowing aldermen present : Hoyt- Kelly -
'rl M 1P .=.. .=.. .=.. -...
fi":J ." .< .' Reflect tons. a lock, which, when used as a combination Avery, King, Robinson and Williams. i, I d. I :(::. I I .......
'/0. ,".t.. ... .'\ is a perfect safeguard against pecula- In the absence of President Suhrcr Al- I tr ...a m c.S3 >" No

;;1. ( :,: ,i' '- H. Ernest'McGinnis is looking up his old tion. derman Hoyt was called on to pre>ide. Saturday_._.July21 78 86 85 NE. Whiskey!

M tJ'; ;''i '. chums in this city. Although the seal .can be employed else- Bills referred : Sunday .............22 77 86 84 84 NE.

t: r: !(' j. where, it is especially adapted to the rail- W. H. Pope, vaccinating 120 persons $60 00 Monday ............23 78 88 87 E.TIesday..24 .
.' ; :r, Mr. Chas. W. Lewis returned Thursday road car service. The seal is made of glassor Fred W.. Hoyt & Co., two rubber : 79 93 189 89 W.

f::1 t," .."; k. :. < evening from the.Xorth. other'breakable substance which is stamps......................................... 7 25 Wednesday ........25 89 93 96 / 83 W. BROWN'S IRON BITTERSis
E' ? any Fred W.. Hoyt & Co., cash paid for Thursday ..........26 78 88 90 82 S'V.
("I ': : it.:: A hop was one of the features of amusement placed in a frame over the keyhole of a car- telegrams .................................... 1 65 Friday! ..............27 80 86 I 86 84 NW.s one of the very few tonic

: '. 1': .:"j K';. at the Strathmore this week. lock. The seal enters at the upper end of Fred W. Hoyt & Co., furniture for .. medicines that not

'. "i .: : the frame and
f next the which is fixedto
"r, : : .< Wednesday county an arm rigidly of
Fred W. Hoyt & Co., supplies for MARINE. posed mostly alcohol or
I. f" :}' will hold their monthly meeting. the pivot of the shackle closes the entrance street lamps................................ 14 77 whiskey thus
,\ ,H" ,.' Judge Hinton J. Baker returned Wednesday when the shackle is locked down so G. F. Avery, sanitary and street work !; Port of Fernandina. becoming a
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t. :1...,...".:. t.t: that it cannot be withdrawn. In this two bills..................................... 88 80 ; fruitful source of intemperance
from his Northern way HIGH WATER.
trip. :
.+ ? .,4. : morning G. W. Flinn quarantine inspector... 36 00 by
t, JI.'! the keyhole of the lock is entirely coveredby 28..... 2:32 promoting a desire
Saturday, July A.M. 3:06 P. M.
: 1\; : Heavy thunder showers have passed over B. F. Rich, quarantine inspector...... 58 00 for
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: the glass seal, and the key cannot possi- J. F. Rich quarantine inspector........ 24 00 Sunday, 29...... 3:34: 4:09": rum.
b : Amelia Island for the past few evenings. ; "
,. .ti Monday, 30...... 4:37: 5:12
Ruffin 00
r ,. .' bly be inserted without first breaking the Benj. quarantine inspector. "
; .! Ar; As will be seen by reference elsewhere, James McGiffin, balance due on ta- Tuesday, 31...... 5:37" 6:10"

: .:. 5 1 ;; 1 't the dog ordinance into effect the 1st glass. The name or number of the stationat ble for Councilroom..................... 3 00 Wednesday, Aug. 1...... 6:35": 7:02 BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
.r goes u "
-' which the car was sealed is printed or Thursday, 2...... 7:27" 7:48 -:
.:. J''ii prox. Bills ordered paid : Friday; 3...... 8:11 8:30 is be
I' ," "' written on paper stuck to the back of the Pay roll of police for June...............$150 05 :... guaranteed to a non-
i t ', .! 'r ':,; Editor f has. H. Jones came over from seal, and is placed in the frame so that it Robert Brown lighting street lamps. 18 00 : ENTERED.- intoxicating stimulant, and

,\ 'r:'}:; Jacksonville on Sunday last to enjoy a sea can be read distinctly through the glass. R. F. Smith, marshal....................... 40 00 it will in nearly
1: 10, h. '\, Ed. Mordecai, scavenger................. 118 00 Jply 21-S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald, Savannah every case,
.' :' '.; bath. Say for instance, that a car is loaded at : with freight and take the of
'* I: '.'. Horsey &Co., 600 vaccine points...... 45 00 j. passengers place all liquor,
,;. ;' .; ,'..';fe:l \ DiNorth r. Wm. Lawtey, who has been at the Fernandina for Savannah. The car is Geo. Demott, nursinga nd boarding 'i'ft to C. A. Haley. and at the same time absolutely

I ': I r t.: for some weeks, returned here Saturday locked, and the Fernandina seal inserted.It John Jackson five weeks............... 25 00 22-Sch. Roger Drury, Smith, Bangor,
: With shooks brick kill the desire
.. hay, etc.,tot for
; J ;,:. last. arrives at its destination with seals intactor A communication in regard to dangerousroofs
I .. :.-. Crossley &; Graven, San Mateo. whiskey and other intoxi-
;I>:- ', :. Webb W. Farmer and wife, of Hart'sRoad unbroken. This shows positively that in block 14, was read and referred to a 23-S. P. St. Nicholas Fitzgerald, Sat -

.,' ;. ,'.;; were on a visit to friends in the city the car was not opened en route, and if committee of three (Kelly, King and Rob- !'.. vannah to; with C. A.freight Haley.and pas cating beverages.Rev. .
i' there is found to be it inson) with to act. sengers
shortage ,
this week. any power .H
V : 25 S. S. San Antonio, Wilder 1,680
'.. have occurred before the car left Fernan A complaint of a number of citizens in '* tons, New York ; with freight
.:: Several families from the interior have G.W.RICE
4 ;:. ,. 1 .' dina. If the car arrived at Savannah with regard to boisterous singing, etc., on the t and passengers to R. W. South- editor of
1 :;(ot: signified their intention of spending several i the American
.j'' seals broken the responsibility can easily be : streets at night, was referred to the :Mayor.A agent. Christian Review -
, :- : i r; ; weeks at the Mansion House. ?" 25-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- of
I r ., ',;r, located, as the records would show be- communication was received from Mr. \ vannah, with freight and pas- says Brown's Iron

; 1. I.. We have been requested to announce that tween what points the breakage of seals oc Stark, in relation to a bill of Judge Archi- t sengers, to C. A. Haley, agent. Bitters: >
: wf.r? Elder Bartlett will preach! in the Baptist
..II curred. bald against him for costs in the matter involving *, CLEARED. Cin.,0.;Nov 16,1881.

; J''M .o'r":1:*;; Church to-morrow night. One of the features of the invention is the constitutionality of the appoint- f*' 21-Bark Caro, Armstrong, St. Jago ; Gents:-The foolish wasting

.! :: ..ji,*:* R. W. Southwick, the agent of the Mai- that it supplies the demand for a combinedseal ments by the Governor of the Mayor, etc., !, lumber, by J. C. Read. of vital force in business,,
/ 22-S. P. St. Nicholas Sa-
;!: lory Line, was a passenger by the San An- and lock, the seal being perfectly legible two years ago. The communication was referred t- vannah with freight Fitzgerald and pleasure, and vicious indul-
; passengers of our people makes
;' ...' .$:::; tonio for New York this week. and thoroughly secured from danger of to Messrs. Hoyt, King and Avery. t by C. A. Haley. gence preparation a ,
your necessity
t'. ''r'f ';9\}I. Wm M. Ledwith, postmaster of Jacksonville being tampered with. It is a double pro- Alderman Avery offered a substitute to an %I' 26-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sat and if applied, will save hun; ;,

;. :. .: ,.:. and brother-in-law of Mr. W. 0. Jef- tection without the inconvenience of separ- ordinance in relation to dogs, which was vannah ; with freight and passengers dreds who resort to saloons y''

:;A.I ':i;...:. freys, was in the city this week. ate appliances.The waived read the read first a'time second, and and the third rules time being and 1 I' 27-S. S. San, by Antonio C. A. ,Haley.Wilder, 1,680 for temporary recuperation.BROWN'S .

I II' device be to kind of New York with
; can adapted any ? tons ; freight
,( I ::! :; )Ir. John Varnum, associate editor of the passed.
lock and if the seal is and passengers, by R. W. South-
spring not requiredat The following resolutions, offered by Al-
: :?;;: Times-Union, left for a short trip north by } wick, agent. IRON BITTERS
time the is dir.uan King, were adopted :
frame not in the
:. : i' ( l the steamship San Antonio this week. any way. ;?' 26-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald Savannah -
t ; The invention is spoken of very highly by Resolved That a vote of thanks be ten \ with freight and has been thoroughly tested
r : 'f ::; ; Rev. H. S. Yerger, pastor of the Presbyte- dered Alderman Hoyt, Robinson and Avery passengers
i C. A.
railroad, officials. Mr. James Menzies, of by Haley. dyspepsia, indigestion,
s! J off ; rian Church will hold services at the Strath- for the valuable services rendered prepare
-r :t the Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad J IN PORT. biliousness
/ i. r.: ing a suitable place for the meeting of Coun- ,weakness,debil-
,: ...:: : more Hotel to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock. is !Brig E. Mitchell.
the patentee, and Messrs. Munn & Co. cil.Resolved Mary Powell ity overwork rheumatism
; ; F: ', ,: ij; )Ir. Ansley, the jeweler, will leave for were the agents in obtaining the patent. That Rule 36 be amended to allow '$ch. Tom Williams, Wheaton. ,

t\ Louisville, Ky., shortly where he will make of the' appointment of a committee of .;;ch. Ruth T. Carlisle McBride. neuralgia, consumption,
: ) .r il Strike of Longshoremen.As three as a Committee on City Property, at Sell. Caleb Redway, Townsend. liver complaints, kidney
:, an exhibit of Florida curiosities, shell and the next regular meeting.A ;Sch. Roger Drury, Smith.

I i' :>- I fish scale jewelry, etc.,.at the Exposition. was mentioned in these columns some .. troubles, &c., and it never

.' ;. v. .?iv' Mr. Bucki of the Empire Saw-Mills at weeks since, the colored laboring men have Card from M,.. Ashmcad. \" For Kent.i fails to render speedy and

: ."u.4"i' f Ellaville, has made arrangements with theMallory formed an association, under the name of To the Editor of the Mirror: > very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireo pennanentrelie1:

t ;vr"j.i' about the Fernandina Labor Society, ostensiblyfor The writer regrets to bring his name be- : JOHN HEDGES,
,: .':;i' Steamship Company ship the of mutual but fore the public, but the allusion to himself(! January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.
; .' .t; :t.T: 100,000 feet of lumber to New York weekly purpose in the statement of the Fernandina Base- .

r .I'"!''' by this line. principally to compel, by an organized effort, Ball Club in your issue of the 21st, necessi-

t .'r j f.r.JI. 1,. masters of vessels, stevedores and others to tates a reply. He had hoped that the explanation i Masonic.
.t .. : .I}? '': Dr. W. H. Babcock, who rendered such increase the wages heretofore obtaining.Some of the special reporter in the Flor- Regular communications of Amelia LodgeNo.

; I! I i'I: 't:" valuable and heroic services at the recent ida Herald, and the letter of explanationsent 47 F. & A. M., for the year 1883 :
f' I three weeks ago they gave notice that to Fernandina club would have January 22. July 16.
in Jacksonville arrived with his your
: epidemic ,
: i after July 15th the Society would demand satisfied them that the errors of the reporterwere February 19. August 13.

J \ : L: 1 family on Wednesday, and is stopping at $1.75 per day as compensation for a day's not wilful of the heart, but arose from March 19. September 10. IF. W. ..ANSLEYc
; the Strathmore. and misfortune of April 16. October 15. ,
', ; j i labor performed by any of its members, and the inexperience one who
in land and who May 21. November 12.
: was a stranger a strange is
f;' i I t. ;t Mrs. John Hedges left by the steamer St. twenty-five cents per hour for night work. much chagrined that his report should be June 18. December 10. 4

f '." Nicholas Sunday morning, en route for the Last week they informed Mr. R. W. South- the innocent cause of a misunderstandingbetween : December 27.At .

U. : : mountains. Tennessee, to recuperate her wick that unless these prices were paid the two clubs. In the hurry of ; 7:30: p. in. Visiting brethren fraternally Q .. o.s
it in the first issue of our after incited to attend.
;::1 : ,.t ii health. She was accompanied to her destination them, the hands at the New York steam- getting paper -
W. M
the game, and the absence of the writer, the ,
:;r.. I i 4i by Mr. Hedges, who will probably ship dock, nearly all of whom are membersof report was printed without having been C. H. BERG Secretary.

f\\ : ""I, 4 return to-day. the society, would strike. However, mat- previously seen by any one, or it would -. ;:::

h'y-:' '?!I 1-ro; Mr. C. H. Huot has about completed arrangements ters were arranged that week by the men have been desire materially the closest altered friendship or suppressed and Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its Cb
as we only ,
'1 3; ; for rebuilding his saw-mill at going to work at the old rates ((15 cents an hope to have many more trials of skill with regular convocations on the Thursday following -
each regular communication of Amelia
; .'( ,j 4' the foot of Escambia street, recently destroyed hour for day and 20 cents for night work.) the Fernandina Club. Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. South side Centre St., near the Depot.

'l A F by fire. Iron will be used in itsconstruction This week the Mallory Line did not employany The writer now states, on behalf of the !Transientcompanions fraternally invited
I 1 Florida Herald Base-Ball Club, that vourclub's FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, ASD-
r .j '+: + wherever practicable, and the society men. Some laborers were treatment of them was all that could to.attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P. MADE TO ORDER.

! ;. d, roof will be covered with tin. Work will brought from Brunswick, twentythreecame have been wished for, and much better and W.<< A. JONES, Secretary.

, from Jacksonville and liberal than could have been anticipated 9A11 work warranted.
I ;' begin at an early day. over some more 1f \;
Knights of Honor.
, '.' :" The steamship City of San Antonio which non-union men were obtained in town. In two or three weeks the park of four
No. 2535 K. of
Weeapopka H.
t Lodge, ,
J. H.
Fifteen of the Jacksonville however PRESCOTT
..; '1' sailed from this port for New York yester- crew, acres, which we have purchased in South meets the first and third Tuesday nights in ,

{ y : terday, carried forty passengers and the fol were influenced by the Labor Society, and Jacksonville, will be fenced in and contain every; month, at 8 o'clock.

l feet lumber 809 they went back to that city, their fare being spacious stands for the accommodation of : G. N. SAUSSY, Dictator. DEALER IN
, : s lowing cargo: 90,000 logs visitors, and we hope to cross bats" there
; cedar 369 barrels rosin 50 paid by the strikers. Outside of this, no Reporter. MEN'S BOYS' YOUTH'S LADIES',
cedar, 232 cases many times, not only with your club, but AND :
I :.: '\; barrels spirits, 110 empty kegs, 36 emptycarboys interference or violence has been offered by with many of the distinguished clubs from I. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S.
'. t merchandise. them. the Northern States. We shall then hopeto I Legion of Honor.

i' f : .f. 45 packages Mr. Southwick, the agent of the steamers, return good for good, and try if possible Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of
to exceed the warmth of your club's recep- H, meets the second and fourth Friday
;;.y:: I t Change of Schedule. says that the rates of freight now prevailingwill tion of us. CLARENCE A. ASUMEAD. nights in every month, at 8 o'clock. FINE SHOES

[*,fi'.f A change was made in the running of the not permit of an increase of the wagesof Jacksonville, Fla., July 28, 1883. i THEO. STARBUCK, Commander.W. ,'

i! tJ trains on the Fernandina & Jacksonville the laborers, and that he can get all the .. J. WOODWARD, Secretary. AND
The Fernandina & Jacksonville R.R. "
Ii. ','j I Railroad last Wednesday. The trains will labor necessary without calling on the union ---.. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, -[
.'" I'I There was a rumor circulated on the
hereafter run as follows: On week days, men. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
based what j
I J I streets, which was upon seemedto >
t! : .}; except Thursday, leave Jacksonville at 8:00: Ice Cream Festival. be good authority, that the Fernandina FERNANDINA, FLA.HOUSEFURNISHING I t

lh j a, m., arriving here at 9:35; leave here atI The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist & Jacksonville Railroad, which runs from PROCLAMATIONRevoking ---
,. ;
i this city to Hart's Road, had been sold to
: 1 I, 6:00: p. m., arriving at Jacksonville at 7:37. Church in this city will give an ice cream the Transit system ; also, that the road has GOODS !

I : ;1 4 This will give those who can make only a festival at Lyceum Hall next Friday night, been formally turned over to its new own- all Proclamations Offering Rewardsfor

,: hurried visit to the seashore eight hours in August 3d. As this is their first entertain- ers. An effort is also being made, as was
the Arrest of from Justice
stated yesterday, to run a branch road from Fugitives
Ir this city. On Thursday the sailing day of
ment of the kind for more than a year past, the main line of the Fernandina & Jackson- We invite your attention to' our
'',t.( the New York steamer, two trains will run, and as it is for the laudable purpose of ville, through La Villa, to connect with the Issued Prior to January 1, 1883.

. ..,,r leaving Jacksonville at 8:00: a. m. and 4:30: assisting in liquidating the indebtedness for Florida Central & W estern.-Times-Union. Crockery 1 Glassware

I p. m., and returning at 2:00: p. m. and 7:15 the lot which the church ,
,I: upon building now Arrivals at the Mansion House. STATE OF FLORIDA, )
m. On Sunday the train will leave Jack EXECUTIVE OFFICE I
stands the ladies
: the
confidently rely
,- sonville at 9:00 o'clock a.m., arriving here upon Jas Cavanagh, New York ; Carl H Webber TALLAHASSE, FL.July 20, 1883.WHEREAS .J and offer our Goods in these lines as low as
well-known generosity of our citizens to Gainesville ; John Pacetty, Georgia ; E
at 10:25; leave here at 6:00: p. m., arriving in make the festiv a success. L Richardson, J L Pearce. S C Thompson, THE LEGISLATURE of the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of

Jacksonville at 725. W B Hill and wife, V L Williams, D T Ger- the appropriation to ..
i' Ice cream, cake and lemonade will be very latest designs ; beautiful Tea
ver and family, Jacksonville, H H Gains- pay rewards offered for the arrest of crimi-
Base-Ball Notes. served at moderate prices. borough, Savannah ; W H Gass, Knoxville, nals to the 1883 and 1884 shown Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin
years as by
Tenn J V Pilkington, Louisville E W
,. I A number of young men have organized Death. of a Stranger.John Blanchard; New Orlans Hon Hugh; E Mil- the Laws of Florida, Chapter 3426, Acts of Chamber Sets all colors ; TVooUen-

r l another base-ball club, and have paid this H. Miller, of Boston, Mass., about ler and family, Ocala, Fla; R B Hillyard, J 1883 : Ware of all kinds; and Housekeep

a compliment by naming it the FLORIDA B Oliveros, Savannah ; R H Barton, Atlanta -
4 paper 60 years of age, who arrived by the schooner THEEEFOBE, I, WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, ing Utensils generally.
; G L Arrows, Jersey City; A W Walton
t They Roger Drury, died here on Wednesdaylast. and family, Miss Ester Marks, Rome, Ga ; Governor of the State of Florida, by virtueof
challenged the Rubbers, of Jacksonville, Mr. Miller is said to have been a Ray Knight, Miss Nellie Knight, Master Jno the power vested in me by the Constitu- RED W. HOW & CO.

t who have accepted, and will play them in rigger, and a man of some property, who Knight, Dalton Ga; L M Erwin Louis T tion and Laws of said State, do hereby revoke -
this Hetter, T A Braswell H A Pope, R W
city Tuesday.A
out to the all proclamations offering rewards for
came see country. was sick Lightfoot, Mrs T A Braswell, E Warwick, ,
friendly game will be played Monday some ten days, and died of chronic Mrs E A Warwick, E A Warwick, J C the arrest of fugitives from justice issued

afternoon between the Fernandina Base-Ball diarrhoea. His remains were buried in Flynn, Macon ; Miss Anna Smith, Miss prior to January I, 1883. -DEALER IS-

Club and the Florida Mirrors. the Old Town cemetery. Carrie Smith, Miss Jackson, Albany ; Geo L IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF: I have hereuntoset
Gurley and wife, Rome Ga ; G A Gurley,

The Annie Wood Sunk. Married. Chattanooga, Tenn ; Judge Robt Tompkins, my hand and caused the Great CHA?TDLERY:
MCKENzIE-FISHER.-On and wife, St Marys ; Isaac Kemper, Baltimore Seal of the State of Florida to beL. _
Monday, July
The steam tug Annie Wood which has .
23d, at the residence of the bride, by the ; J Epstein Reading, Pa; Isaac Van- [ s.] affixed. Done at the Capitol, in the
been tied,up at the foot of Washington street Rev. H. S. Yerger,JOHN MCKENZIE and MRS. pool, Florida ; B C Banks, Sanford : Jas R City of Tallahassee, this the 20th
for several months past, went down Sunday A. C. FISHER the former of King's Ferry Coachman, Florida ; Walter Jones, Waldo ; Groceries, Hardware,
Mart Rerdell Orlando. day of July, A. D. 1883.
and the latter of this city.Xassau ,
afternoon. The cause of the sinking is at-
tributed to a leakage in what is known as For Sale. AND

the stuffing box. She is owned principally Fibre, In the next ten days I offer the best bargain Governor.By .
the Governor-Attest
For beds, pillows' and mattresses, superiorto in piano ever made. : Second Street,
by Captain E. Fitzgerald. An'effort will be anything else in use. For sale by PERCY JONES. JOHN L. CRAWFORD, .

made to raise her.-Times-Union. June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. Fernandina July 21, 1883. 35-4t Secretary of State. vie FERx'A.NDIX.FLA..


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