Florida mirror
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00185
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00185
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Nassau County star

Full Text
: .- ,
-- :

: j( f *JiJie ,-; fJLiorb 1 d trror .

.1 : .

la :



NEW YORK. the hotels in as natural and self-evident a Council Meeting.The The Finance Committee shall constitutean The First Baptist Church.A .

manner as if the opening of the shootingseason regular weekly meeting of the City auditing board for the city, and the
books and accounts of the different officers
JCEGRO AND CHINESE DUDES-A THRIFTY NEGRO or the oysterseason were announced.A Council was held on Wednesday evening, shall be kept in accordance with regulations

-SPARROWS AND REED BIRDS-THE steward of a downtown restaurant said with the following gentlemen answering to provided by said committee, who shall pro- The First Baptist Church of this city

CENTRAL PARK MENAGERIE.To to me the other day: We never keep game their names at roll call : Hoyt, Avery,Kelly, vide forms for the different accounts re- which was destroyed by the fire of the 11th :

birds on our bill of fare. We can't afford it Peter Williams, MacDonald and King.It ports, etc. The Finance Committee shall inst., was built in 1860. the leading citizensof
the Editor of the Mirror: have authority to demand reports from
NEW YoRKSeptember 8, 1883. and run an honest business. At all flash being understood that steps would be officer of the city at any time that said com-any the town at that time subscribing to the

People at Coney Island last Sunday were places you see reed birds on toast" adver- taken towards organizing a fire departmen;, mittee may deem it necessary, in addition to building fund, the most principal of them

of tised. Now I will wager you that out of a several resident citizens and tax-payers were the reports provided for hereinafter.No I being Governor James E. Broome, George

very much amused by the appearance hundred birds advertised as such not twen- present. bills,shall be contracted by any mem- Call Esq., and Colonel L. Dozier-the latter
two Chinamen and a negro dressed up in ber of Council, Council committee or officerof
the regulation dude costume, tight trousers ty ever saw reeds. They are sparrows. After the reading of the minutes the following the city without authority from the Council still living near the city. Colonel B. A.

There are more sparrows shot and snaredfor bills were ordered paid : except in case of urgent emergency.The Coachman, now of Bronson. was also a lib-
coat short over-
and gaiters, long body gray Chi- human consumption than you have any J. Albritton, scavenger work..............$12 00 Finance Committee shall examine all eral contributor. Its first pastor was the ,

coat, wide-brimmed hat and all. The idea of. The price used to be twenty centsa Samuel Cook, salary as policeman for bills against the city and ascertain if they Rev. James Kirk :Mendenhall of South Car-

namen looked very forlorn in their giddy August..........................;.............. 35 00 have been contracted in accordance with the olina, and the deacons Colonel Leonard
dozen. Now so many boys and idle men order of Council, and if the calculations are were
well- :
but the who was a Bradley, salary as ,policemanfor
makeup, negro
Whistling Jake, have gone into the business that the price August...................1............... 35 00 : correct. They shall endorse each bill found Dozier, Governor James E. Broome, and }
known character named correct as follows '
A. M. Jones.
has gone down to ten cents. And the restaurant Stephen Morris, salary as policeman I
fairly revelled in his glory. Everybody was and for August...............,;....:............. 38 75 I Examined 18-, Previous to the occupation of Fernandinaby
sell them for fifty sev
curious to know what it meant as the fellows keepers Jack Hibbard, salary as policemanfor "And found correct. the Federal
the church
carried signs or advertisements. enty-five cents a half dozen. August...................r................ 25= CO troops, 1862
no .,
the orthodox vacuous At the Menagerie in Central Park prepara- R. F. Smith, city marshal, ,salary for had nearly three hundred communicants

and tried to preserve tions are making for the reception of wild August..... ....................w.............. 40 00 white and colored. After the surrender the
dude stare. It afterwards turned out that R. Brown lighting street l lamps......... 18 00 "Finance Committe.. Rev. Mr.Tompkies was its pastor for a short

they were meant to advertise "A Friendly animals belonging to traveling shows. The Modecai, scavenger work...............118 00 At least two members of the Finance
time. In it
new play which J. C. Ferguson pro- idea of wintering there is a good one, as the G. F. Avery boarding city horse....... 15 00 Committee shall sign such endorsement. If 1875 was repainted and refitted,

Trip, a public thereby gets an opportunity of studying Henry Simpkins, work at fire of Sep- errors or discrepancies are discovered, the and a new bell placed in the belfry, through

duced at the Twenty-third Street Theatre the animal kingdom gratis while the tember 2d.............. ....................... 1 G2 bill shall be endorsed so as to show the contributions of the citizens-the Rev. Dr.
for the first time. It is Seth work at fire of
on Monday night, Burroughs, Sep- cause for nonapproval.When Swann
Boston talented minister
very silly, a very slovenly constructed play, show man has his animals well taken care tember 2d....................I?................ 38 any bill is ordered paid it shall be a very ,
that it drew a of and fed without any cost to him. John Felder, work at fire l>f September endorsed as follows: officiating temporarily. In 1878 the Rev. j

but it was so well advertised The club house which the New York Athletic 2d........................../............... 38 Ordered paid --, 18-, H. M. King was its pastor. Last winter, it ,'
large attendance. Ferguson in it attempts Geo. Soption work at fire of September -
I "From the fund. was to be regretted, Elder A.: W. Bartlett, a
to play a dude, but he has no more concep- Club will soon put up will be one of 2<1............................-............... 1. 62 I Western Adventist obtained lease of the ); ,
a .
Jake." the most convenient structures of its kindin Charles McRory, work at fire of September President of Council." x
than "Whistling
tion of the character
the city. The New York Club, which 2d...................................... 38 edifice and held services for several months. 9 j
and A warrant shall be issued to the
The has scarcely run a week, yet person
play Adam Williams, work at fire of September When the fire occurred, the church had
used to be the "swell" athletic entitled to receive the same for the amount
its paper" goes a begging.: concern 2d..................................... 38 been destitute of a regular for
after said warrant has been signed as supply sev-
has been under cloud the pro-
a during seasQu, Norman Brownson blank books etc.
in his ,
Jake" is character ,
"Whistling vided for bv the rules of Council and ordi- eral
individualswho as Manhattan got all their best men for use of city................................ 10 60 years, but efforts were being made to
way, and one of the best known nances of the city, a receipt for the same be- the services of
make a living by their wits. He is from them. The Manhattan thus far has The Finance Committee reported on the ing endorsed on said bill b}' the person receiving secure a competent ministerthe -

and the on its list all the best amateur runners and matter of the lost bonds belonging to the the warrant. The bill.shall then be Rev. Wm. F. Wood, of Key West, whois
really an exquisite whistler filed in the Clerk's office. on a visit here for his health, holding ser
where walkers in the country, and will probably Billings estate, asking petitioners to state intelligently -
winter he frequents drinking When the City Treasurer, as required, vices there last Sunday.We .
people sit down and cat, drink and talk continue so, as they hold out extraordinary what they expected Council to turns over to the Finance Committee at the

There are several places inducements to promising young athletes do. The report was received,and the papersin end of each quarter the warrants bonds and understand it is contemplated to makean
the theatre.
after the who are willing to work.' Next to it the case, together with the report of the coupons which he has paid and cancelled effort to replace the edifice by one in amore
where actors love to sit and talk said with lists r.
central location.
during quarter, duplicate
the Athletic Club Finance Committee ordered to be returnedto
comes Williamsburgh ,
show, and there Jake loves to go. I have thereof the committee shall compare the
seen that fellow make as high as ten and which has some very good material. The Mr. J. A. Ellermann, representing Mrs. said lists with the said warrants and if

and have New York Athletic Club is drifting more to- Gelia Billings.The found correct they shall endorse a receipt Base-Ball.
twenty dollars an evening,
wards social committee to whom had been referredthe upon one of the said lists and return the
being a organization. The match of base-ball between the
send him game
enough wine and liquor given to same to the Treasurer. The committee shall
The boom in amateur athletics this win- petition of the proposed hook and lad- Oak Hall Base-Ball Club, of Gainesville and
home drunk for the fellow is thrifty enoughnot then cause the proper entry to be made in I

to spend his own money for what the ter will be heavier than ever before, muchto der companies made a verbal report, and the journal. The Finance Committee shall the Fernandina club came off Thursday af- I
the of with I several rather indefinite for retain possession of the warrants togetherwith
temperance people call rum." In the sum disgust mammas marriageable suggested plans ternoon. Play was called at 3:15, with the aR
the until the
daughters. I don't know what our young Council. A general discussion and expres- list next regular meetingof Fernandina to the bat who '
men were quickly -
mer he works such places as Newport, Council, when they shall be presented to
Saratoga and Long Branch, and always men are thinking of" said an amiable lady, sion of opinion then fol1o'Yed. in which the the board, the warrants burned and the list put out in routine order, while the Oak #

makes plenty of money. Where he lives or the mother of three unmarried daughters, to gentlemen in the auditorium were requestedto endorsed, so as to show the disposition Hall men scored 7 runs on the first inning.The .
the other eveningon the home from participate.Mr. made of the warrants, said endorsement to
me way home club scored 1 the second
has been able to find out. He run on
sleeps no one be signed by all the members of Council
the Sheepshead Bay races.h of them H. E. Dotterer, who was among the and 1 on the third innings and white-
appears and disappears. I met him on the present. A description of the warrants thus were

Troy boat last July on his way to Saratoga. are completely carried away with horse-rac- spectators, stated that there was one matter destroyed shall be entered in the minutes of washed on the fourth, while the Oak Hall

from ing and betting, and the other half keeps in which had not been .touched by ,Council to the Council, and the list filed in the Clerk's club whitewashed. on the second and '
He told me that he just come on -- 'office'The: -
training for the athletic arena, and thus one which he would like to call their attention, ', Ififfa'liiningsT"Mffd scored 1 'the : : -= -
Newport, where the season was very bad. books of all the city officers shall be 'run'"on
He was soon surrounded by a party of ad- almost entirely fails to meet them socially. and that was the water supply. The want examined by the Finance Committee at least fourth.At .

miring and he at once launched They have no time for anything but their of water had been seriously felt in the recent once every quarter (and oftener if said com- the commencement of the fifth inningthe
i hobbies." conflagrations, and, in his judgment, mittee shall deem it necessary),and a reportas catcher of the Oak Hall club hurt his
forth into sporting talk. He was willing to to the condition of said books made to
this question was the most important. He hand and was unable to play when the
bet $500 against $2,500 that Courtney could I THE LATE HIGH WIND. Council. ,

beat Hanlan, if a race on the level was 1 thought an artesian well of sufficient depth Salaries of officers and employes of the game wad called, the visitors declining to
might give sufficient supply to answer all city shall be paid in the same manner as
made. As none of his compatriots had $2- THE MOST TERRIBLE GALE EVER KNOWN ON THE play any longer, so the umpire decided the
the bills of the
other bills against city. The
CAROLINA COAST. purposes,and in illustration he mentionedthe in favor of the Fernandina club 9 toO.
500 about him, he announced his willingness Mayor, Marshal and police shall be certifiedto game

to bet from $10 to $1,000 that he had a 'VASIIINGTOSeptember 12.-The Signal artesian well at Charleston, S. C., whereone by the Mayor; those of the Clerk Treas- During the game the most friendly! feel-

man in training out West who could knock Corps Station, at Smithville, N. C., reports to artesian well was supplying that whole urer and Collector by the chairman of the in.$ existed, and in order not to disappoint
the Chief Office that
Signal the maximum
Finance Committee and those of the other
this munificent offer like- city. He also gave some estimates as to the the spectators the two dubsarranged: to playa
Sullivan out. As velocity of the wind there yesterday was employ of the city by the committee under

wise failed to elicit a response he turned ninety-three miles, and that its average ve- probable cost. whIch they are employed.All game, having Stark catch for both clubs.

around with a disgusted look, and remarking locity for six hours was seventy miles. Mr. Kelly then moved that the proposi- bills against the city shall be made The game resulted in a score of 3 to 0, in
Thirteen vessels and pilot boats are ashoreor tion of and others and Mor- blank vouchers, or attached to such
"' ain't be- Horsey Stephen upon favor of the home club.
You got no grit,
gemmen sunk. The particulars cannot yet be blank and shall be approved by the com-
gan to whistle. When he passed aroundthe learned. ris and others be accepted,and that the com- mittee under whose direction said bill was Mr. Fred W. Hoyt acted as umpire, and

hat he collected very nearly seven dol- WILMINGTON, N. C.. September 12.-The panies be requested to perfect an organization contracted. before it shall.be received by the gave perfect satisfaction.In .

lars. I wires are still down between here and Smith- at once. Clerk (except as provided in the precedingrule

is the ville, and the steamers which run daily Mr.King offered as amendment to the ), and no bill shall be received by the
Another peculiar negro character between that point and this city did not Clerk for presentation to any meeting of Meniortam-Gustave Beneke.
foregoing that the city furnish both
sandwich man who works on the race trainsto leave their wharves yesterday. They went compa- Council unless filed with him at least twen- ..
With sincere we have to
Monmouth Park, Sheepsbead Bay and to-day, and returning, brought the first news nies the necessary apparatus. ty-four hours before such meeting. The regret announce

Jerome Park. He is accompanied by his of the ravages of the storm. At Smithvillethe Before the question was put, ex-Alderman Clerk shall hand to the chairman of the Fi- the decease of this worthy citizen, a tender

storm reached the proportions of a hurricane Oakes asked leave to make a few nance Committee before noon of the day father and affectionate husband. Having
wife, a pleasant-faced young woman, and the wind reached a maximum velocity sugges- upon which the meeting of Council is to be derived much benefit on a former visit to
four little boys, the eldest of whom is eleven of ninety-three miles per hour. For tions to Council : and leave being grantedhe held all bills filed as above and said com-

years old, and the youngest, the baby, three. seven hours consecutively it averaged eightyone stated that he thought it very unwise to mittee shall, if practicable, report upon the St. Mary's,some years since,he was in hopes

Baby minds the basket while the rest of the miles per hour. Many houses were un- purchase two hook and ladder trucks. He same at the meeting of Council to be heldon that a permanent residence in our section
roofed and a number of wharves washed that day. would arrest, and possibly eradicate the sad
was of the opinion that one sufficient -
was amply
family keep on the move. He sells crabs away and the fisheries seriously damaged.All All blank warrants spoiled before issued
i which caused such to his
and boiled chicken, besides the ordinary the pilot boats were blown ashore and for our present needs, but that a shall be returned to the Finance Committee malady anxiety
ham, tongue and cheese sandwiches. He one was sunk. There were many vessels in chemical\ fire extinguisher was one of the at the end of each quarter and by them many friends. With this object in view, he

the harbor only two of which'held their most things-especially at the turned over to the Council to be destroyedas purchased a pretty residence in our town
told that his present
the Branchrace
me profits on Long
anchorages throughout the gale. None of in the case of other warrants.Mr. and other in the
property neighborhood
days, of which there were twenty-three, them however were wrecked. The Norwe- scarcity of water-supply throughout the ,
: Kelly introduced an ordinance to
amounted to between sixty and eighty dol- gian bark Sulitjela, bound for Liverpool, and city-and thought it advisable that Council and with a brave heart and his wonted energy -

lars a day.U Last ," he said, I soldon the schooner Rover for Baltimore, after colliding purchase one of these comparatively inex- amend the fire ordinance so as to prohibitthe set to work devising and carrying out
year went ashore on Big Rock and both erection of any wooden, corrugated iron, plans of improvement.With .
the but this wanted pensive but, nevertheless, very effective ap-
boat as year they will return to this city for repairs. The old- or tin buildings south of Broome, west of to make life desirable-a.
$500 for the privilege I determined to smug- est pilots say that in duration and violencethe pliances. Mr. Oakes'.suggestions were very everything ,
Fourth and north of Beech streets.
gle through on the boat. But of course if storm at Smithville exceeds any they good, and were listened to attentively by the happy home, a loving wife, and most inter-
ever witnessed. The revenue cutter Schnyler Council. esting little son-our friend has been called
gentlemen and ask for List of Letters
come me somethingto
Colfax although in imminent danger, rode to that better land,
eat,'' he added with a grin, "I can't refuse ou t the gale in safety. The yeas and nays upon :Mr. King'samendment Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi-

them." were then called, and the na. Nassau county, Florida, Sept. 14, 1883. "Where all parting, pain and care,
Sorrow and death shall
What do you do in the winter?'" Iasked. Post-Office Notice. amendment adopted. Persons calling for these letters must say ,

I sell roots and herbs and charms. I hanga Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 p. M. Upon Mr. Avery's motion Council referredthe advertised: Inscrutable as such trials must always appear -

lot, of things about my neck, like rosaries, Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. question of submitting a plan for the Armstrong, Louvina Jenkins, March to us, this consolation at least remainsrthat

yon know, and call myself the great Indian Money Orders and Registered Letters from organization of a fire department, supplyingthe Atkins, :Mrs. Jackson, Jane He who sends them can give strengthto

Doctor. If troubled with necessary apparatus, etc., to the Com- Adams,PaulBennett Lewis, George Rae the afflicted to bear their "grievous bur-
you're ever cornsor 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00: p. M Jas. W. Lyon Mrs. A. M.
the best mittee on Fire Department, to be appointed, den ;" and assuredly in this instance the-
gout, sir, I've got the salve you to 4:00 P. M.ARRIVAL Baker, Fred. Marting, James
ever had, sir." AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. with instructions, to report at the earliest Butler, Thomas Manning. J. W. family of our departed friend have also the

practicable moment.A Baker :MarthaIadlen., W. F. sincerest of each and
"And what do you estimate your incomea Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday-) sympathy every member .

'eartt "About five thousand dollars, Arrives................. 5:50 p. M. and 6:05 p. M. petition was read from a number of Bronson Brown, JuliaIoore.L. Ross, H.. Sallie W.Robinson of our community. A. C.

but I tell you I and my family have to work Closes.................... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30 A. M. property-holders in the burnt district, requesting Clark, Wm. EasterColeman St. Mary's, Ga.% September 11,1883.

hard for it. We rise at five in the morning Transit& Peninsular Railroad- Council to prohibit the erection of Louisa 2 Scott, Geo.

and seldom get to bed before eleven at night.All Arrives....................................... 5:50 p. M. any tin or iron building in blocks 10 and Croft G. R. Spins Crocket The Hon. George B. Loring, in his address

children have to work but I Closes...................................._... 7:30 A. N.I I 269. The petition was referred to the Com- Dorsey Columbus Small, AnnSpalding
my got DaCosta Henrietta Sarah I. before the New England Agricultural Society -
mean to well." Here is Jacksonville, South and West Florida- mittee on Fire Department. Frisbie Mrs. S. A. Smartin Luar
bring them up an showed that the farmers of New Eng-
example of thrift and industry which manya Arrives.............. 9:00 A. M. and 6:05: p. M. Upon motion of Mr. King Rule 36, of the Green. Bill Taylor, RichardHubbard land are growing richer. He said "The
Closes................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:30 p. M. Rules and Regulations of Council was Thomas Tucker, Robert :
cleverer man might emulate. Arrives Sunday...... 10:25 A. M. Harger Belle Wells, Jennie Miss decline of certain branches of farming, especially -

The western end of Coney Island at pres- Closes Sunday...... 4:00 p. M. amended so as to provide for a Committee Jackson, Janie Willson, Ida of those staples that can be more

ent is nothing but one gigantic gamblinghell. St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mall- on Fire Department.The Williams, Betsey cheaply produced elsewhere is attended by

At least thirty games are running, Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. President appointed. ,the following SAM'L T. RIDDELL, P. M. an increase of all those products that enter

and the whole thing is conducted so publicly Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. committee: Messrs. Kelly, Avery and King. into immediate home consumption ; and

that it fairly dazes the average New St. Mary's and Dungeness- Mr. Hoyt, having vacated the chair, of- "No, George, I can never return your hence it is that the number of farms has

Yorker. the hue and Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. fered the following amendments to the love. I never dreamed you loved me so- increased the
Notwithstanding cry you should have spoken of it before ; but I production of butter has been
raised last winter all the gambling houses Tuesdays Wedn'sdaysandSat'days and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. Rules, which were adopted: cannot return your love." '* No," moanedthe enlarged, the sale of milk has become an
at9:00A. M. Resolved That Nos.6 and 7 of Coun- broken-hearted lover he his
in New Rules as grasped
York will for business on the important branch of the dairy and the
open Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays aggregate -
cil be repealed, and that the following be hat, "nor the oysters and ice cream neither -
first of October. The matter is not kept Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30'P.?"u. substituted therefor due notice having been ," and George went out into the wet.- value of the annual products of the

:Bret: at all, but the word is passed around SAML. T. RIDDSLL P. M. given at the previous meeting: Rochester Post-Express. soil is greatly enhanced."





., L
Y..YYYg111rWr1Ylllli' ---- -
.rl rr l -
---------------i---it .

<; !,.

I r.

_ ,a' t .

;d p .r:.I; : .. '

'l.1I "t .. '" :, THE FLORIDA MIRROR : SEPTEMBER 15.
; .
:;ort" ,
11< .. .
:,f : ----------- -- --
:..;.!,' i! I --

.l .!.I!' :; INTENSIVE FARMING." 20 to 25 hens, a house 8 by 10 feet square, 5 : Notice.AT Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th 'Monday SuperintendentnfSchoo!*-. .C.nams Y.. \ew

';:". ,' r '.' ,,-' There is encouragement in the fact that feet high at back, and 8 feet high in front, is I A REGULAR MEETING OF THE in October. Troy.

,r, j,., n ::' many farmers are giving thought to what is amply sufficient. The front should always Board of Public Instruction, for the FOURTH CIRCUIT Comity Treasurer J. M. N. Peacock, New

;;.(;. ..r known as" intens'efarming. A necessity face the south, and be well supplied with county of Nassau, held in Fernandina, Fla., Spring Term Troy.

f.t U! ; t for forimprovement-suchimprovementaswi l windows, it being impossible to have a poultry on the 9th day of August, 1883, the Board St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New

'1 ,., :, +..' change the relation between crops and the house too well lighted in winter. A authorized the Superintendent thereof to Clay: 4th Tuesday in March. Troy.
f.: .: ,' .. labor employed in raising them-is apparent l cheap and yet comfortable ho ise may be i issue certificates to those teachers whose certificates Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-A. S. Ackley.: New Troy.

f.\;: .. : .. to all observers. But for the aid of machinery made of inch boards, battened and lined with i' have expired, provided they shall Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. LEON COUNTY.
be to satisfactory tarred paper. The perches should be so arranged be of the grade as those: that have ex- Nassau 3d in
;l ; :;; it would impossible now get same Tuesday April. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
':c. : :','. returns from labor employed on our above as not to be one above another pired. The Board of Public Instructionwill Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee.

: ; :}: '<:. :- farms. Time was when! the day's work, unaided and the droppings be removed at least hold its next regular meeting in School Fall Term- Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.

I I t',' .J ,: '. J by improved implements, brought a once a week. Room No. 1, Fernandina, on the 13th day St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Superintendent (f'Schools-Henry N. Felkel
: ; ,. ." greater return of wheat, rye, oats, of every Feeding fowls in winter is also a very important of September, 1883 and will open at o'clock 4th Tuesday in September. Tallahassee.
'ff.. matter. The method has
t'/hR : ; crop that cornea from farm labor. The falling been following a. m., for the purpose of examining teachers Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
found be favorable the
ff.'E .f. r:"' off is partly due to impoverishment of tion of to, us other. Have to vessel produc-in who desire to obtain certificates. Also, if Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Ret'e1we-C C. Pearce, Talla-
vt::: r J ; the soil but not wholly. The conditions are eggs as any a there should be any of our teachers whose Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. hassee.
which all the of meat bread
"';4 "I' greatly changed in other ways. The character scraps potatoes certificates have expired, who desire to have Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee.
h., 't'. ",, ', of the soil is different, its texture, its potato and apple-parings, etc., etc., from the certificates of a higher grade than those they -
: : kitchen FIFTH CIRCUIT.
thrown. Put this stovein
i"': a." ', .:, ;';. composition, its general condition, because are on have had, they will have to appear before Spring Term- LEVY COUNTY.
the the fire is built
and to the morning as soon as ,
: of continued cropping, exposure the Board :'or examination.
.l'-tr I and after few take two Sumter, Monday in March. County Jltlge-J McDonell
1 who the difference boiling a moments, Bronson.
Those -
I elements. recognize Furthermore I desire to reach the trustees
'f."t; : ; Marion 4th in
M. Barco
of Monday Bronson.
f land and old will readily pints corn meal ground oats, barley or and ,
,1" 'd. '. l new rye, and an equal quantity of wheat bran, patrons in general by informing them Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday:\ in Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.
r is unfavorable and that
see that the change that it is quite time that they were at work,
: : March.
has Assessor of Taxes-Louis
the whole When this Appell Bronson
mixing together. ,
be accelerated as care betaken in order be
will that in readiness
it except
they as
: 't.t :, ..,: I and that friable condition sufficiently cooled, give it to the fowls, not may Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Collector of ReL'enue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
: :\. ..: to preserve fertility the Public Schools will open the 1st of October March.
1 them than will eat Key.
: which is essential to the best results in general allowing more they up next. If there are of the School
r h"/ : : any Alachua 4th after 4th in
clean. At them feed of Monday Monday Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Memlen-
J :i, l ':, farming. Now, the first step toward noon give a light Districts where the trustee's term of office March.

i, : intensive farming! is to effect certain improvements oats, buckwheat or wheat screenings. Be- has expired, or from any cause that there is Fall Term- hall, Bronson.
fore floor the house MADISON
doing so cover the of COUNTY.
which in heavy lands become no trustee, in such case the patrons should
7'"j : : with trash from the stable, and scatter the Sumter, 1st Monday in October. County Judge-R.. Witherspoon, Matht
to full
condition success. recommend and I
the precedent will
1 d. some one, appoint
Marion 3d : in October.
t. of grain over it. It will keep the hens in exer- Monday son.
is the exterminating such
d ; There necessity person at once. Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. S. M.
be made cise all the afternoon. In the evening givea Sheriff Madison.
intensive farming W. IIIGGINBOTHAM
i weeds! before can L. ,
'y s profitable, of draining soils that are too wet, light feed of whole corn, and pure, fresh County Superintendent.Fernandina .. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison
Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-E. S.
water at all times. There is no animal that Tyner.
shallow soils lightening those Fla. 18. 1883.
\ f of deepening August November. Madison.
will drink more for its size than a hen, or
and of elements
:. that are too heavy, supplying -
E'.' of growth to impoverished any to which water seems more indispensable. SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Treas'urer-S. S. Smith, Madison.
; g plant -THEUNIVERSITY -
careful A box kept filled with old plaster, limeor Spring Term- Collector of ReL'enue-)1. H. Warring Mad
s require
1 b. ; : thought lands. These in planning improvements, and economy in the oyster shells pounded up, to which the OF THE SOUTH Orange, 4th Monday in January. ison.Assessor

j b I S execution of labor required to effect them. hens can have free access, should also be Volusia, 3d Monday in February. of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth Mad

After all this is done farmers who act wisely provided them. By following the above directions LOCATED AT SEWANEE, TENN., Brevard, 1st Monday in March. ison.
of the mixed breeds usually IS Dade, 3d Monday in April. MANATEE COUNTY.
el" will bestow as much labor upon one acre any upon the Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet
+f under the new system as they now put on kept by farmers will produce an abundanceof above the sea-level. This School, under the Fall Term- County Judge-2. T. Crawford, Manatee.
in winter.-3Iobile Register. Orange, 2d Monday in August. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.
'M'' i two, and it is reasonable to suppose thatsTr. eggs special patronage of the Bishops of the Pro-
," such application of labor will bring better testant Episcopal Church in the South and Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
{ Brevard, 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentow
returns than under the present system. It HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Southwest, offers the healthiest residenceand
;I is evident that change must be made in the the best advantages, both moral and Dade, Monday in Noember. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton.

1. :' : direction of intensive farming, even if progress Heartburn can be prevented by the dailyuse educational, in its Grammar School and its Popash.
? h : County Olivers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward
: is slow. As affairs are now managed Collegiate Theological Departments.For ,
1M v ; of a few drops of lemon juice, or a little
: much of the labor expended on our farms is vinegar, after each meal. the special claims of this University for County Judge-Juuius C. Gaiduef, Gaines-i Pine Level.

neutralized by causes! that may be removed. patronage, apply for documents to the ville. MARION COUNTY.
Thus weeds take up room and abstract fer- COCOANUT POUND CAKE.Beat one poundof REV. TELFAIR HODGSON, Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. County J/Ulge-Samuel Marshall, Ocala.

f1'tt tility. Compact soil brought to that con- pulverized sugar with half a pound of the Vice-Chancellor. Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Art'edondo. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.

( dition by impoverishment, refuses access to : best butter, toa nicesmooth cream. To this 37-4t Sewanee, Tenn. I if Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Sheriff'{ -A. B. Crutchtield. Ocala.
add the grated yellow rind of fresh
i' the rootlets of plants, and when by some ville. Assesstor of lares-Thomas Barco, Cotton
ri lemon gill of cream and four Stir Rose Plants.
a eggs. McCartney Hedge; Plant.
z possibility they enter, it affords insufficient Collector of Revenue-II. C. Denton, Gaines
and beat all well then add
t sustenance. Insects that destroy plant- together, one HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDAGROWNPlants ville. Collecor of Revenue-:Frederick N. Fov..
of sifted flour in which have I
'. growth, roots and seeds have great vantage pound mixed you for sale at this place. Price $2.50 Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Ocala.
44 when the plants lack vigor. These and thoroughly two he3pin teaspoonfuls per 100 ; $20.00 per 1,000. Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-II. C. Martin,
of Beat all well
baking powder. together,
tend to the reduction of Fort McCoy.
i 1 other causes crops, and then add and stir lightly in the grated ALSO UMBRELLA:\ TREES.M. BAKER COGSTY.County
and they may all be removed by something Jl1.dge-H. D. Davis; Sanderson.; MONROE COUNTY.
meat of fine fresh cocoanut. Bake in
less than intensive farming. Just consideration one O'NEILL. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.
+ a for the protits of labor requires correction buttered and papered pans in a good oven.- Fairbanks, Florida Transit R. R. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West.

!B < i .. of all these evils; this done, the way to The Caterer. Refer to C. D. Furman, Fairbanks, Fla. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West.
I ; {:' intensive farming is prepared ; then manur- CHOCOLATE CAKE.-Take a half pound of derson. Assessor of- Taxes-V.'alter C. Maloney, Jr.. -

.:l g ing-heavy manuring, deep tillage, careful melted butter, and stir it well until it froths. GENERAL, DIRECTORY. Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, Key West.
: : attention to the wants of plants during the Take the yolks of twelve eggs, stir them into Sanderson. Collector of Rtrcmie Walter C. MaloneyJr.

...Y : :'. whole period of growth, liberal bestowal of I the butter, add half a pound of pounded United States Ofliccrs. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, ., Key 'Vest.Superintendent.

''r, .;' f labor upon every crop, all these go to make sugar, the same of ground almons a quarter Olustec. of Schools-J. V. Harris,Kt-\
F l5
', up intensive farming. The question still remains pound of chocolate, ground, a tablespoonful LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. BRADFORD COUNTY. West.:

I ; + whether relative profits of all this of cinnamon, half a teaspoonful of cloves!:::, Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. NASSAU COUNTY.

;r i, greater care and labor will be greater or not pounded. Stir all well together for a quarterof Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. C'lerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-

c than from the old way. judiciously planned an hour. Then beat the whites of the Surt'eyor-General-\Ialachi Martin, Talla- Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. dina.

:;' ; there can be no failure of improvement i eggs to a froth, and add these to the above hassee. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.

: in all the conditions essential to the full mixture. Butter the mold, and bake the DISTRICT COURT. Butler. S'.er''ff-John A. Ellermann, Fernamlina.

:",";" yield of crops, or even to moderate profits i I above in a moderate oven for an hour and a Judge-Thomas Jarshal-J. H. Durkee Settle, Jacksonville.Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Assessor of Taxes-Wm. II. Garland Fer

,, ';. f m farming. There are so many ways in qu irter. Santa Fe.Sllperintendent. nandina.
l t which the industry may be sapped that: it ICING FOR CHOCOLATE CAKE.-Take two Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. of School*-L. B. Rhodes, Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott FN-

', becomes necessary to close!::: them to prevent ounces of prepared chocolate ; do not grateit INTERNAL REVENUE. Starke. nandina.
.i.. Collector-Dennis
1 loss, or farming will cease to be remunerative bat put it unbroken on a pieplate or in a Eagan, Jacksonville. BREVAKD COUNT Superintendent of Schools--L. W. Iliggin-

F : and closing them is a long step toward shallow basin, and set it on the back part John W.COLLECTORS Howell Fernandina.OF CUSTOMS. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City bothatn, Callahan.

; intensive farmin .Husbandman. \ of the stove, where it will melt slowly. Of Point.
Edwin Jacksonville.John .
: course it must be watched carefully and Higgins, Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville.
F. House St. County Judge-R.: L. Summerlin, Orlando..
kept from burning. When it is all melted Augustine. Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Clerk J. P. Orlando.
?\ add four tablespoonfuls of milk, two of water State Otlicers. gianna. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.

.1', Selma Times : While the subject of worm ,and ateacupful ofsngar : mix thoroughly Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Orlando Assessor of Taxes James: M. Owens, Fort

.1 ,( poisoning is being discussed, allow me to and let it boil for five minutes. Make the EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Orange county.Superinte1ulellt Reid, Fla.Collector.
call attention to the cheapest and most effective cake after cake Schools-A. La
f .:\ any good layer recipe. Go'vernor-\\"m. D. Bloxham Tallahassee. of Grady of Revenue-Richard II. Marks!:::
'! .' method yet devised. This is the use When the cake is cold spread the chocolateon Grange. Sanford.
t. Liell1enant- -Livingston W. Bethel
',i" of arsenic as recommended by Professor J. the layers and on the top of the cake, Key 'Vest.Secretary CLAY COUNTS:. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Becks.

"'" ',::.: P. Stelle, Mobile, as follows : Take five and set that in the oven to harden. of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Fort Reid.

pounds of arsenic, one pound of sal-soda, LAYER FRUIT CAKE.-One coffee cup of lahassee Park. PUTNAM COUNTY.

+M; and add to five gallons of water, boil this in sugar, three quarters of a cup of butter, two Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Clerk-0. A. .Buddington, Green Cove Judge of Probate-ft. Harrison, Palatka.

'I is a common iron pot over an open fire; until cups of flour, the whites of five eggs, three Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle Tallahassee. Springs. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
t all is dissolved. In this manner a Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove
permanent teaspoonfuls of baking powder; flavor with Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- i Sheriff Thomas Shally.
solution may be obtained which can vanilla. Take from this one large table- hassee. Springs. AmssOT-S. E. Timmons.

be kept on hand any length of time in a jug spoonful ; bake the rest in two cakes as for Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.

4 or other vessel, without the slightest precipitate jelly cake. To this tablespoonful add a halfa Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.

;,t forming. Of this !solution add one cup each of chopped raisins, chopped citron Superintendent of Public Instruction. K. Maxville. Strickland.
to gallons of water and sprinkle Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger
.'ti quart forty of flour and of molasses ; two teaspoonfuls Foster, Tallahassee. TAYLOR COUNTY.
over the worm-infested cotton in the usual of cinnamon half 1 of Middleburg. W. H. Parker
a teaspoonful cloves Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU County Judge- Perry.
r''fclV manner. This will destroy the worm as effectually and one wineglass of brandy. Bake this in COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.
as any quantity of Paris and one layer. Put the cake together with soft Commissioner-A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

x =" A leaves the plant uninjured. Forty gallons i frosting, putting the fruit, laver in the mid- Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. j. Franklin

; '' are amply sufficient to go over an acre of dle. The top may be frosted or not, as you see.ClerkR.. C. Long, Tallahassee. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Perry.
'a& cotton of the ordinary growth. The cost of please. Drew Astor Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers:Lake City. County Trea.'turer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
.'' i this remedy is insignificant, and would be Special Agent-Columbus Collector of Taxes-J. L, Parish, Lake City. County Sun'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
VEGETABLE and Jacksonville.
,.:,. about two cents per acre, rating the price of PORRIDGE.-Scrape peel Building, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer: Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hanlee, Perry.
the following vegetables : Six carrots, six SUPREME COURT.
''v' $. arsenic at seven cents per pound which and is sal- turnips, six onions, three heads of celery Chief Justice--E. :M. Randall, Jacksonville. Lake City. Assessor of Tares S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
soda at five cents pound, a DUVAL COUNTY.
: per and three parsnips. Slice up all these very Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- JOHN'S COUNTY.
= profitable sale for dealers. As the cost of County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack-
y tc. d, application is no more than that of any thin and put them in a two gallon pot, with sonville. Cmmty Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
1t ;
four ounces of butter, a handful of parsley a Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, tine.
other liquid poison, and it is far better and Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.
J ,
easier to use. owing to the fact that the good sprig of thyme, and fill up with wateror Jacksonville. Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine."
does potliquor, if you happen to have any ; Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
.1, liquid is a perfect solution, not require Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson-
x needed to in season with pepper and salt, and put the CIRCUIT JUDGES. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St.
: the stirring keep suspension ville.
tj l whole to boil very gently for two hours. First Circuit-Augustus Maxwell, Pen- Augustine.
Paris J.
the insoluble green. Upon comparing Collector of Retenue-Ioses Brown,
At the end of this time the will Collector Revenue Llambias
a the cost of this latter, we see from vegetables sacola. Jacksonville. of -Joseph F. ,
in this be done in a pulp, and the whole must be Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. St. Augustine.
Mr. Baker's figures, published paper, Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus-
rubbed colander with wooden Schools-C. .
through a a Superintendent of Perpall.St.
it is about $1.50 acre. sell Jacksonville.
}E ; The above is per now making the entire spoon, and afterward put back into the pot Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.
and stirred over the fire, to make it hot for Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- SUMTER COUNTY.
all far
the It is right as J. Stewart
l t rounds of press. so County Judge-Henry Jasper. '
r it goes, but it does not go far enough. In diner. ville. Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg.
-- -- -------
I our original publication we stated that Fifth{ Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- Sheriff-James M. Duncan, Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
owing to the variation in the quality of ville. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
i arsenic it was best to make certain experi- hitherto blOwn fo-ru o": the otdiseJ3e :\ .() Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Collector of Rt'/mue-\/ H. H. McLeod, Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall, Webster.

ments on a hill or two of cotton before put- ; which' has been malriig slow l but Seventh/ Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Columbia County.Superintendent Collector of Rezmue-J. R. G. Hamilton

: $ ting the preparation upon the entire crop. steady, pl'odrs' dl'. tlg .he 'ast' : 10 or 12 of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Sumterville.

.. Prepare the poison as directed, and sprinkle yeas', has recently began 'lo show i increased Court Calendar. erts, Ancrum. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke

a hill or so of cotton with it. If it scorchesthe ene'-sy.: The stalk of the rant is the part FIRST CIRCUIT. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sumterville.

cotton leaves badly it is too strong, and affected, and he e Here Aode La dscove.'ed' Fall Term- County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.

more water must be given to the quart of small win'a{ funjod growths whch, after Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. ville. County Judge-)1.1.. Blackburn, Live

saturated solution. If it shows no scorch on time, assume a 3 eenish, and finally black, Walton, 4th :Monday in October. Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Oak.ClerkRobert

the leaves it is too weak, and a larger pro. color, alter a ,tainingtnesheofa smail bean. Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff-J. Mickler, Brooksville. A. Reid, Live Oak.
portion of solution must be mixed in with While the fangus is rapidly; increasing: at October. Assessor of laxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.

the forty gallons. If it shows only a slight the expense of the plant, the i i'lte'-'or of the Washington, Monday after 4th Mondayin vill e. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wei-

scorch on the leaves, here and there, it is just stem is first reduced to a pulpy condition October. Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, born.

right. It must scorch slightly, but not severely and next shriveled and hollowed out, until Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison

t enough to injure the plants. nothing remains but a me-e oysier shell, October. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Live Oak.

which breaks down on being touched. When Escambia, Monday in December.This Fort Dade. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones

the ripe black germs of the fungus have remained act amended section 2 of act of Feb- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Oak.

EGGS IN WINTER. in the earth; through the winter, ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

In summer eggs are usually worth from they are found after the return of the next Spring Term. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. County Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter

10 to 20 cents a dozen, but in winter fresh- year's warmth to have developed small THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise.

I : laid eggs generally command in country stalked fruits filled with minute pores, Spring Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.

, towns from 20 to 30 cents, and in larger which penetrate into the young plants be- Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-W. F. Buns, Tampa. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
towns and cities from 30 to 75 cents a dozen. fore they appear above the grou.1d. The end April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-

The important question, then, for those of July or beginning of August: is the time Madison, Monday in April. Tampa. prise.

who keep poultry for the eggs is how to pro- when the ravages of the fungus: are most Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. JEFFERSON. Collector of Re1en'lte-John B. Jordan, Dp-

; ; duce them at a season when they bring the conspicuous, and at those periods whole Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.

highest price. To do this requires care and fields of potato plants are often rapidly reduced April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. j Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw.

"t skill. It is not enough to simply throw the to the condition of withered straw.- Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Enterprise.

I fowls a sufficient amount of corn or other Nature. April. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, WAKULLA COUNTY.

grain to keep them from starving, let them Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Monticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

roost on trees, under sheds or wherever they Bermuda Onion Seed. April. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Sheriff W. II. Walker, Crawfordville.

'- can (as is too often the case); nor is it much SANFORD, FLA., September 10. Fall Term- ticello. Clerk Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

,, ; better to have a low loft over the hog pen or To Dealers and Others: Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon Superintendent of Sc7ioolsV. T. Duval.
',: some other outbuilding, with a few poles Bermuda onion seed arrives in New York October. ticello. Crawfordville.

": '. across for perches. It is no wonder that ready for delivery in a few days. Price per Madison, 2d Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw

fowls thus treated refuse to lay in winter. pound, $4. Twenty-five per cent. discountto Hamilton, 4th :Monday in October. keenah. fordville.
But hens, in order to produce eggs in win- dealers. I am instructed to say there will Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin 4 LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Collector of Reve-nue W. H. Walker,Craw

s :-- ter, should have a comfortable house. This be no sales on commission. Cash orders October. County Judge"". J. Dixon, New Tro .. ford vine.

,. :-, is easily built by any one reasonably handy promptly filled. Address lock box No. 344, Columbia, Monday after4th Monday Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds Craw

y ; with tools, and at a very small outlay. For Sanford, Fla J. WOFFORD TUCKER. October. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville. .. >

) p

I h

c. _ _ _, _._ __ .._ .__. .. _,___._ __ ... ". .. ."C'ri" .. _" ,_ ...._ __ .. ._.
'4, wVM11T.Y-.. ,,' t V-...,.'


IH i


r \


--.--::::-- =-=-=-r-- :--=- --"- ;;;cAN Satisfies the most fastidious: u a i-rfwt I lair Restorrr and Central and Western Railroad
ORDINANCETo Dressing. Adwlred for its cleanliim.aud elrpuitperluine. Through tickets via this line at the Com-
Meter Fails to Restore Grey or Faded Hair
to therouthfuicolor. W etc aid|)Isizua at all drnggi.4. any's: Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7Vest
Form for BLOOD
Provide a Warrants SYRUPCures
Bay :Street.::>

upon the Treasury. W. M. DAVIDSON,
General Manager,
IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR Got Jacksonville, Fla. all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
BE and Council That and after 4 WILLIAM 0. AMES,
on Kidneys, Skin and Blood. BULLIONS testify to its
.September 1st, 1883, the following form of Gen'l Passenger: Agent,
warrant upon the City Treasury shall be Jacksonville, Fla.j. efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and

; ued; and all warrants drawn upon the MCELROY,
Treasury shall be signed by; the Clerk and the {LJs Master Transportation, pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to JIau.

President of Council, and countersigned by Tallahassee, Fla.TDIE .

the Chairman of the Finance Committee.The 1
President shall sign all warrants in open CARD GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .

Council. OF THE Mark.
FORM OF W A1tR.\ T: -

++xxxxxxxxxxxxx x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx+Jy RAILROADAND
:: : :.< r 77 West Third St. New York
s.: :< City. Druggists sell it.
:;.0: :. ..I:.:.! .:....!. :.< FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE: R. R.

v:: :: Q-o V !!''1 1 PARKER'S; GINGER TONICGiuger. In Effect July 3d, 188S. CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
: : : !% SOUTH. Dr. Clark Johnson.My children sick with
were and
:: :. : :. :. !:'.1< Iliirhn medicines, Mandrake known, Ktillingia here and Leave Fernandina......................11.00 a.m. Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. a short trial of your
I best
of the are com
L: :. :. : ::%% many bined into a medicine of such varied and effective Leave Hart's Road.......................11.40 a.m. 46 RUDIE CANTLER.
: : : kv :..< powers as to make the Greatest Blood Purifier&the Leave Callahan......... .................. 12.40p.m.
: :.- .- .:. .;.:.:. -: ,_":. :'n4 "< Best Health and Strength Restorer Ever Used. :Leave Dutton........... ............ ..... 1.07p.m.
'1".s-4.. : : : :;;; : :: ::..<< It cures Dyspepsia Rheumatism,f Sleeplessness, Leave Brandy Branch ................. 1.22: p.m. GUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF
v .. : : -: : : I".> :.< diseases of the Stomach, Bowels, Lungs,Liver, Arrive Baldwin...... ..................... 1.45 p.m. INDICESTION LOST APPETITE BILIOUSNESS
; : : : : : __ 10< Kidneys, and all Female Complaints.If Leave Baldwin........................... 2.10p.m. DYSPEPSIA SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH;
y.y. 10".; :- :: .. :: :_ :::: !x'1 disease you are wasting the TONIC away to-day.with <':Consumption It will surely or Leave Maxville...................:....... 2.35p.m. COSTIVENds, ENLARCED SPLEEN. COLIC. &C.,
:f. : : : : : .::; :'< any use Leave Highland........................... 2.56
:. -. \ : : .... rv. :.< Remember! it is far superior to Bitters, p.m. Rev.J R. Graves, Editor and Proprietor "Baptist.; J. R. Johnson M, D., of Abbeville. Miss. Aug. !
>+, w .: .: ": : .<.r.).. .1'< Essences of Ginger and other Tonics,as it builds Leave Lawtey ............................. 3.12p.m.: Memphis, Tena. says: I received a package of your 11.1882, says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical
v. w '' 'ti d :..< up the system without! intoxicating. 500. and$z Leave Temple's.......................... 3.28 p.m. I Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It! College and bave practiced ttdrty-flve years. I use
. f. : .E' : : : : z :< I works like a charm. T want no better Liver Regulator medicine in practice. It
: :y w :. :. : : :. :. p... :% sizes,at all dealers in drugs. None genuine( without circular Arrive Starke.............................. ............ I and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture. your Liver Medicint,but my it Is a sovereign is remedy not only for a good flax.I .
cox&Co.N Send
y ...-..... __ -. -.. -.. ._. -.. '0' r'"< '.n.".. signatureoflli IN BUYING THE DOLLAR or SIZE.P.t'rES'rS Leave Starke ...................:-.......... 3.36 p.m. Rev. E.A Huns, Frank'ia.! Ky. I Rev. J. Beasley, of Summerton.
s.y. : :. .=.. < i'. LARGE SAVING 1 Au;;.'E!,says: It is the best medicine 8 a,Jan.'82.says: I have used Zeil
a : .... : : : ? :< Leave Thurston .:........................ 3.48p.m. I in's
have taken in life. It tind
[ F | ever my preparation a great deal but
I r;.of""t: H 1 : :: :: :: .:.1". ::%'< Arrive ''''aldo.............................. 4.10 p.m. is curing me of Dyspepsia. Send me your medicine altogether superior
v.-.1...... : w o at :.< obtained for inventions I Leave Waldo......... ..................... 4.20 p.m. I another package. Most have it. I in its effect on the system. The best.
y:: ...... : : :..< new Gainesville........................ 5.0G Rev. J. L. Erittain of Blountsvillo. Dr. S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist. Memphis
y. "-- .: '.'.;.::.: : o :,: or for improvements in old p.m. Ala.. March 1 tC,says: I suffered with Tenn.,says: "Have sold it 30 "'":'s; my predecessor
y. M & : __ :_ w %:. Caveats TradeMarksand Leave Arredondo .......................; 5.24 p.m. : torpid liver and costiveness and your sold it many years before me.T'bKt this medicine is a
y b. : ::: : p >< :< ones. Infringements, ........... medicine cured me. l\bwife has used it good one no one can deny;and that it is the true and ]
y t--i ..... ..0, -. 00......... :,: all patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Batton........ .. .. .... 5.36 p.m. "mot with admirable effect for sick-headache I genuine'"immons Liver Medicine' none dare gainsay i
: E-: : _. -<: ... r:. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Leave Archer............................. 5.52 p.m. }
0 : :.1U :< .. Original and Only Genuine. Estate. 1840.j
y.y : !'1 REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Leave Bronson ........................... 6.21p.m. Put up In 25c. and $1. packages
.c.... :. E-( thr ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- Leave Otter Creek....................... 6.51 p.m. .. and bottles by
y.s. : :-.1 :!''1< ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS Leave Rosewood..... ........ ........... 7.30p.m. ?.F. SIMMONS I & CO..ST. LOUIS He

s.y.: .: H !:',.1: EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- Arrive Cedar Key........................ 80.2 p.m. r
v..t::; : 0 :,.: ents in less time than those who are remote GOING SOUTH.
v: :' ;. : E- :,.< from Washington. Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.00 a.m.
y :%:
y: :. ---- :%. When Inventors send model I or sketch, Leave Rosewood......................... 7.38 a.m. COLLINS & CO. HARTFORD
y.y. 'aJ11uUUf() J1WllJ UV11t.J..IV1fD 't we make search in the Patent Office and Leave Otter Creek....................... 8.13 a.m. ,
y.y y.y: : ................................................ :.< advise as to its patentability free of charge Leave Bronson.. .............. ........... 8.55a.m. ,
:. >%C Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- Leave Archer.............................. 9.25a.m. Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
y.; .,.;. :lJJuDl.lJ/U1W >C able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Leave Batton ..................... ......... 9.42 a.m.
+ :% IS OBTAINED. Leave Arredondo ........................ 9.57 a.m. s
xxxxxxxxxxxxxx: : xxxxxxxxxxxxxx: : : : : : : : : : :$$
't-+ We refer by permission to the City Postmaster Leave Gainesville........................10.24 a.m.

All Ordinances, or parts of Ordinances, and to the Superintendent of the Arrive Waldo............ .................11.13 a.m. RY
conllictwg with the above are hereby re- Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Leave Waldo..................:........ ...11.25a.m. '
pealed. ington. For special references circular,service Leave Thurston.........................11.54 p.m.
Paved: first reading August 29, 1833.: terms, etc., addressC. Arrive Starke.............................. ............. .
Passed second reading August 20, 1883. A. SNOW fc:; CO., Leave Starke...............................12.15 p.nl.
Passed third reading, and adopted, August Opp.Patent Office. Washington T>.<\ 2tf Leave Temple's...........................12.24 p.m.
Leave Lawtey ...........................12.48 p.m. .
FRED W. HOYT, HORACE DREW, Leave Highland......................... 1.10 p.m.
President of Council pro tern. Leave Maxville ........................... 1.35 p.m.
Attest : ooltscller, Stationer, Arrive Baldwin........ ......... ......... 2.05 p.m.

W. F. WOOD, Jr., City Clerk. Printer and Kinder.JD Leave Baldwin ...... .. ................. 2.30p.m.
Approved : Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.55 p.m.

P. C. SUHIIER, School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Dutton ............................. 3.15p.m.
Acting )Iayor.SIlEItIFI"S Leave Callahan........................... 4.05p.m.
A SPECIALITY. Leave Hart's Road............. ......... 4.50 }p.m. {t

; -- Arrive Fernandina.............. ..... 5.25 p.m.
S,VI.i:. ;Jir; Liberal discounts to Teachers and Trains daily except Sunday.PENINSULAR .

AND UY VIRTUE OF AN Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Axes Hatchets OFPicks
issued out of and: under application. DIVISION.

the seal of the Circuit Court, in and for 59 W. BAY STREET, GOING SOUTH. ,

Nassau: County, Suwanee Circuit of the Stateof JACKSONVILLE Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY

Florida, on the first day of February, A.I .1 Leave Dixie........................,........ 4.40 p.m.
). 1807 to satisfy a judgment obtained in RAILROADS. Leave Hawthorne ......... ........ ..... 4.57p.m. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.

said Court on the eighteenth day of Decem- -" Leave Lochloosa.......................... 5.15 p.m.
--------------- --- --- ---
ber, A. D. 18GG, in favor of James B. Brown, FLORA CITY ROUTE. Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.42 p.m. Also, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS

against EmelineCoyas Administratrix the Leave Anthony Place......... ......... 6.07p.m.
estate dollars.)Amaziah interests Coy,and deceased costs-said,for five hundred FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. Leave Silver Spring......... ............ 6.35p.m. Of all sizes and price :Trcm $j t ) $3} Also, Plowing Machines.

execu- Leave Ocala................ ................. 7.00p.m. Farmers will receive valuable information catalogues &.c.
tion to be levied the and chattels ,
on goods JACKSONVILLE July 1st 1883. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m. to the makers
lands and of the of said Am by writing ,
tenements estate / OMMENCING this, date Trains on this Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m.
aziah deceased and also under and ,
Coy, ; by GOING NORTH. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.
virtue of decree rendered Hon. ThomasT. \J road and its connection will run as fol-
a by lows : Leave Wildwood( .......... .............. 7.00a.m.
Long, Judge of said Circuit, sitting as WESTWARD.:: Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.25 a.m.

Chancellor, in said County and Circuit, on No. 3. :Xo. 1. Leave Ocala................................. 8.30 a.m. STOVES TINY WARE, ETC.IV. .
the second of December A. D. 1807
day Accom. Mail. Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48 a.m.
to Charles P. for Solicit-
awarding or's: fees, two hundred and Cooper seventy-five dollars Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 p m L30pm Leave AnthonPlace................... 9.15a.m. Q 1STREETY, t.
against Emeline Administratrix Arrive Baldwin........... 8.45 p m 2.14 p m Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43a.m.
of the estate of Amaziah Coy, as deceased and Lake City........... 1.10am 4.53pm Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... .....10.10a.m. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
Coy, Leave Hawthorne......................10.29
.' to satisfy the amount of said decree, with Live Oak............ 3.15am 5-53 pm .. i KHLLEONSOFTHERfl
interest and costs I have levied and Madison ............ 5.25am: 7.42 pmDrifton Leave Dixie...............................10.47 a.m. FERNANDINA FLA. r''
; upon Arrive Waldo Junction...... .........11.10
will direr for sale, and will sell to the high- ............... 7.20am 9.05pm a.m. M d,
)Ioll tieel10......... Trains daily, except Sunday.
>t bidder, at the court-house door in the 9.35pm : \& qp7 For FLORISTS and
city "f Fernandina, at public auction be- Tallaha ee......... 9.05am 10.30pm ,
twi't-ii the legal hours of sale, on the first Leave Tallahassee........ 10.45 pm FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. AMATtUfieDutch M
:Monday of October next being the first day Arr Quincy ..............11.05am 12.00pm: GOING SOUTH. Bulbs, Jaran
of.said month, A. D. 1SS3; all the right, title Chatta. River......12.10 p m 1.00 a m No.5. No. 7. No. 15. Bulbs, French Bulbs
and interest of the estate Amaziah Coy, Leave River Junction... 1.10 a m Fernandina 6.00 2.00 7.15 American Bulbs. Also
Arrive Marianna.......... 2.41 pm pm pm :-. F= 1-.;,...- PlantsforGreenhousea'rte"
deceased, and of Emeline Adntin'istratrix a m i:.J" .aaxe" ;
Coy, as Lv. Hart's Road 6.35 pm 2.32 pm 7.48 pm and Window Gardens.HIRAM ld t
Pensacola........... 9.30 s
of said a 11l
in and the
estate to following Jacksonville
7.37 3.30 8.45 r
pm pm pm BEAUTIFUL
pieces Montgomery..... 8.50 m ; SIBIEY& CO. .
or parcels of land, to-wit : Lots ten p GOING NORTH. .
(110)< ), eleven ((11)), twelve ((12): ), thirteen ((13)) Mobile.............. 4.25 pm No. 6. No. 8. Catalogue .; 6EEDBMEK,
and fourteen ((14)). in Block fifteen ((15)), in "" New Orleans....-. 10.15pm Leave Jacksonville.... 8.00 am 4.30 pm FREE i/tLtl Eocheeter N.Y.&Chicago,IU.IDO'W'S L
Houston........... 6.50
'the city of Fernandina. Nassau County, am
Leave Hart's Road..... 9.00 am 5.28 pm
State of Florida. Purchaser to pay for titles.J. EASTWARD.No. Arrive Fernandina..... 9.35 am 6.00 pm
A. ELLEHMANN. 4. No. 2.
No. 5 daily Thursday and Sunday
Sheriff Nassau Accom. Mail. ;
Fernandina, Fla., August 31. 1883.County.td" Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.25am 3.00pm :No. 6 daily except Sunday ; Nos. 7, 8 and 15 JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS

Baldwin............. 0.50am 2.02pm Thursday only-connecting with the :Mal-
Lake City.......... 3.00am 11.38am lory Line of steamships for New York. NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,

In the Justice's Court Nassau h Live Oak........... 1.25 a m 10.37 a m SUNDAY TRAINS. but contains all the medicinal proper- STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS,

County, Fla. .. Madison ...........11.05 p m 9.1230111 Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.00a.m. ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It i
.. Drifton.............. 9.05pm 7.30am Arrive Fernandina.... ......... ........10.25 a.m. is very pleasant to take, and I TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
HII.EY: E. ROBINSOX vs. )I.mIUET -) Monticello ......... 8.00 a in Leave Fernandina.......................6.00 p.m. x
BRISTOL and V.J. BKISTOL Tallahassee......... 7.15 p m G.05 a m Arrive Jacksonville..................... 7.25 p.m. CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, ROOFING AND GUTTERING,

I' her husband, and THE f Leave Tallahassee ........ G.38 p m 5.55 a m COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC, PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.A .
I.ORID.TOWN IMPROVEMENT Arrive Quincy............. 5.20 p m 4.45 a mLeave CONNECTIONS.
COMPANY.' J Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m 3.45 a m DIARRHCEA, DYSENTERY, large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea

>;'Wf, ,, of Florida, Nassau County. Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 a in AT FERNANDINA, FLA., PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, call, and compare.my prices with those of

You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment Marianna......... 1.39am With New York and Fernandina Steam- other houses, here or elsewhere.
Leave Pensacola........... MALARIA and stimulating .
I has heen issued against you, the 7.15pm ship Line from New York on Tuesday at 8a.m.,11.35 and by warming -
':Margaret: Bristol and V. J. Bristol, her Leave Montgomery..... 8.30 a m the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
6.15 and for New
hll'hmtI, and property attached, to Leave Mobile......:........ 2.00pm a.m., or p.m. : action. Sold by; BOOTS AND SHOES.
: your York at 10.40 500. .
on Thursday a.m.
p.m. t
'all,ty the demand of Riley E. Robinson, Leave New Orleans..... 8.40 a m 5.50 PALMER BRO'S, I -

amounting to the sum of one hundred dol- Leave Houston........... G.lSpm or p.m.With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. !. Jj:1r'" TilE NEW STORE.

htr.\ Now, unless you shall appear before Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 dailyexcept Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT #S- Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA r
(;iW.. Schuyler a Justice of the Peace in Sunday. GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
and for Nassau county, at his office at Fer- SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. CALLAHAN.To without 22: :B W. F. WOOD, Jr., } Sc
jundina, Fla., on the 18th day of Septem- SLEEPING CA P.s Madison to Pensacola. and from Savannah and Charleston at peppei.

her: .\. I). 1883, at lOo'clock a. m., judgment CONNECTIONS. 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22: p. m. O. S. OAKES > { Proprietor EJC
will 1 be rendered against} and At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line In'Xo. ,
you your properly AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
sold to 1)athe debts. Dated this 17th 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for C ONTRACTOR AND BTTlLDg'R
all North and East with the To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m. ,
day of July, 1883. points ; ernan- > Cr >
RILEY E. ROBINSON, dina it Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- AT HAWTHORNE, MANUFACTURES
Plaintiff. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m. and 2.40
Fernandina the St. Johns River. DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF :a: HAND
Fla., August 18, 1883.tw 1>. m.
At Baldwin, by No. 1 and 2 with Florida AT WILDWOOD. ALL SIZES.
Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gaines- Post Office Box: 174.
NOTICE. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand s s
ville Ocala Cedar and all Fla
Leesburg, Key, Tampa daily Sunday. jan4 Fernandina
WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL Gulf Ports. except
Stage Line to and from Leesburg
to the Judge of the County Court At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida HO FOR THE BEACH
j"\ aud for the County of Nassau, Fla., for it Western Railroad.At except Sunday.AT ,
letters of administration on the estate of Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch CEDAR KEY, FLA., AND A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe I rrS '

Nelson l Parker deceased. Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers 13
F. C. SUHRER. urdays.At for Key West, Monday ,and Thursdayp. three elegant Omnibuses of McGinnis
_F ernandina, Fla., May 12, 1883. 6thninistrator's Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday; and & Rawson can be secured for private partieson I.
cola it Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen Friday. very reasonable terms, at any hour, either C> C>

.\ Notice. sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key day or night.
and all points in the West, Southwest and West and Havana every: Saturday p. m.; 26 McGINNIS: & RAWSON.To .
C> {{ } EJ
SIX WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL Northwest-forming the SHORTEST for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. ,
to the Honorable Judge of theY QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates Rent.
>unty Court for letters administration offie and with the Central and etc. The known Sanborn's Stores. .
points ; People'sLine apply to property as : {{ Cor. Centre & Third. } STI.IE
estate of Spicer C. Braddock, deceased. Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for A. MAcDONELL L, Apply for particulars to
JOHN OWENS Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor Gen'l} Ticket and Pass. Agent.D. A. B. No res.

Fernandina, Fla., July 2,1SS3. Columbus and Eufaula. E. MAXWELL, Gen' Supt. 12 Fernandina July; 15-tf. 7 XE1V STORE.L .

x 1k

1. I k.
t ,"
: ff

i: U': 'I' .. ,

':f,; I .. .. 't ;.. THE FLORIDA I MIRROR : SEPTEMBER 15.B'H .

.:{}I I..,.:e : ; ',.,.. j ._-- _.
; f ."
IJr '
Jt{'! ; : I -

: f i ;. :i. :. \ THE FLORIDAMIRROR. for the young, instead of the living teacher EDITORIAL: CORRESPONDENCE. give a hint to Lake City and Starke and I I came to our shores last year The characterof

tN who has become only a hurried worried Gainesville
i' ,\,,' t 7' ,' to encourage and foster their educational the immigrants arriving is very good.
: hearer of lessons. TENNESSEE AN EDUCATIONAL CENTREEFFECTOF institutions. F. There is still
I but
room, the annual
r. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 18SS. arrivals,
i The Massachusetts people, acting on the THE FOUR-MILE LAW-INCREASE OF though large, bear a smaller proportion to

r yr ':. \:' I THE DUTY OF THE SOUTHERN old Pestalozzian idea modern Kindegarten SCHOOLS-FOUR LARGE SCHOOLS IN ONE SOUTHERN PINE GOING TO THE our whole population than formerly, and
NORTHWESTERN MARKETS BY rapidly assimilate.
:" '. I DEMOCRACY TO ITSELF. are endeavoring to introduce. method of
;ai,,; ':' :: ;. There seems to be a disposition on the teaching which, for the younger children RAIL.
<< ; SEWANEE September 131883. NEW
.: 1 jk'j :!\:, part of some of our Democratic cotempora- shall dispense with the use of books and to The lumber of the South has heretofore
Tennessee to be the favorite educa-
tc; j;.',' ries to relegate the whole matter of the sef..I.tr. substitute in their place the blackboard object either gone abroad or to the Eastern seaports .
, r :. ; >: ,. tional centre of the South. A few days sincean
: .. : ',, ;.'. lection of Presidential candidates to the teaching and vocal instruction. The entire car-load of young ladies arrivedat and comparatively little has gone to

: ,,::!r'" i= ;,:. Northern portion of the Democratic party- idea is to carry out precisely the natural Nashville from Texas, to enter the differ- the West and Northwest. A very important -

r,._"r f i' '" ", a sort of a willing acquiescence in advance methods of acquiring knowledge. A child ent schools in that city and vicinity. We change in this respect has been recently

j i''J, .' ,.,.. .: : in any choice they may make, irrespectiveof learns to talk from hearing others talk ; he have since seen notices of the arrival of several inaugurated by the Western railways. Large

,::' t;: :, :' ,,;: any knowledge of the qualifications, antecedents learns the properties of heat and cold by other large parties from the Gulf States, bodies of pine lands in Louisiana, Mississippi -

I I' f ,; ,'. 1 or fitness of candidates. observation and experiment., He sees an destined to Tennesse boarding schools: and Alabama have been purchased by ROYAL 1"JdtA

' : ; Twenty years have elapsed since the civil animal, hears it called a horse, and the ani- The four-mile law, so frequently referredto Northwestern ,men, mills have been built, eI nrrr

.. f" : ., mal and the word become associated the by Tennessee newspapers provides that I
to and
a : war; one generation has almost passed away a tariff of transportation established by
i t I
intoxicating liquors shall not be sold within
i, t..', since that period and the war and its passions eye and ear, and thence to the mind ; but the railroads to encourage the manufactureand
.. ., four miles of institution of
any incorporated
: '" r : andits ascerbities hM'eor should have, he has no idea of the arbitrary characters shipment of Southern pine to the great
in towns
except or
;; ;' .:. ; : passed away; all parts of the country are which spell the word horse," and it is no .: cities. The effect has been ten-fold to relieve Inmber markets of Chicago, St. Louis etc.

?i ,.. ) ., '. equally interested in good government and' small labor to acquire the form of the let- all the smaller villages which had institutions The high price of white pine, the rapid exhaustion ..

'I : .I. ; : in the selection of those who administer it. ters, the name of each one, the exact com- of learning from the sale of liquors of the pineries and the low priceof .

I ...' If the Southern portion of the United bination which the memory has to retain as i and to induce many communities the Southern pine lands, and the small .

.; States is to take part at all in the election of the representative written sign of the horse. desirous of being relieved of liquor selling, cost of manufacture, enable the manufac-

j the Executive head of the Government it The blackboard gives the easier method of to establish and have incorporated respectable turers to place the product of the mills in

. ; should take its full part in the initiatory combining the drawing of a horse the soundof institutions of learning. Not only so, the Western markets by rail with a hand-
. ,
I' the and the written word. but it has induced a large number of incor- KIJ4G
:: : step for the selection of the candidate for name, some profit.
if. :: 'j porated towns in the State which had educational -
(",.. \ that high office. So with many other modes of teachingthe One effect of this new opening for Southern -
l f institutions to surrender their char-
: of the Cincinnati mind through the eye and ear. pine will be todivert from Southern
; We have had the experience :
: .: : ters in order to avail themselves of this law.
; ., But suppose the teacher cannot draw the. the of ; and the
;' 1i'r r \' ;: nomination of Horace Greeley. We i This excellent law has thus tended to diminish ports glut pine pricein

1;;'..... have followed the lead of the Northern Democracy horse on the blackboard. The teachers must the number of tippling shops and to Eastern markets by a diminution of the POWDERAbsolutely

''{ .I: .; in the nomination of candidates be taught, but it would be a good invest- increase the number of good schools. supply.

r'", available. Whatever ment for the school to buy some large card There is no reason why the Southern pine '
',;i t.f they deemed most reasons Having these schools in operation it has Pure.

S t .!':'." may have existed heretofore for passive boards representing various animals and I! been the pride of the communities to foster which is twice as valuable as the Northern

'.'(': t acquiescence in the leadership of Northern objects, which are to be had for that pur- I and build them up. The generally healthy pine, should sell at half its price in the Sew THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel

.f f pose at no great expense. character of Tennessee has at- York markets that it be purity strength and wholesomeness.
:: :, b politicians, we hope that the good sense naturally except can pur- More economical than the ordinary kinds,
", ri of the South will now be exercised in the This system would be found very usefulin tracted the attention of people in the Gulf chased in an overstocked market by the and cannot be sold in competition with the

;".sj; ) selection of representative men to the next teaching the colored children. They are States to its advantages for the education of combination of lumber dealers, who can multitude of low test,short weight, alum or
I. their children. doubtless is phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
\.t ::1 National Democratic Convention, and that peculiarly susceptible of being taught by the Something, also make the price to suit themselves, so longas ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
due to the fact that Tennessee has furnished
*. \ t their delegations will exercise their own best eye. Their perceptive faculties are most I I. the every-man-for-himself loose systemof 38 106 Wall Street, New York.
. ): to Texas and naturally
a large population very -
;'m judgment in the nomination of men whose prominent and they have very little reflect- those who have gone from Tennessee I business among the Southern mill men In Justice Court.

t''a''a eminent suitableness for the position fore ive faculty at any age. All children are send their children back to their native prevails.The : STATE OF FLORIDA.XASSAU

,':.: I which they are nominated shall be generally taught by their perceptions long before they State to be educated.In movement recently inaugurated by COUNTY

; : t : ; begin to reason. A real reform in methodsof this county of Franklin there is now the mill men at Jacksonville is a wise one, To G. II. Bennett :

re-Sr : education is necessary; fewer books and at Winchester a large Normal school, for and if joined in and made effective by gen- You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment .
,\$ has been issued against you, and
.... : !,+. country and not of a section or nominated better teachers-fewer lesson-hearers and the education of teachers which has an attendance eral cooperation, will secure fair prices anda your property attached to satisfy the demandof

State section more intelligence in oral instruction. of about four hundr d. There is steady market. J. W. Smith amounting to $40.00. Now
: solely because in some one or
. unless shall before W. A. :\laho-
Time and wasted under the also in the same town a girls' school, called you appear
. money are The demand for Southern is increas-
: i : :- they are supposed to have by wealth, otg'.lnI pine ney a Justice of the Peace in and for said

* .: r a j'f iganization or otherwise, a greater power present system, which has no flexibility and by the somewhat unique name of the "Mary ing, and must continue to do so for the future county at his office at Callahan, on the 8th
: Sharpe College" which numbers about 250 day of November A. D. 1883, at 11 o'clockin
+ JittJe the
to characteristics
1 the vote than other possi adaptation but we are sacrificing our virgin forests -
over popular any the
forenoon,judgment will be rendered
rh r I t pupils, of whom fully one-half come from
'" !" ,.( ; ble candidate.In childhood. The memory is burdened too other States. It belongs to the Baptist denomination. our heritage for:the future, for ruinous against you and your property sold to pay

r much and the heart too little interested. prices, encouraging'enteJprises, which, if the debt.
:t.i :: '. ; the present condition of the public Dated this 8th day September, A. D. 1883.
School life can be made pleasurable to chil- they do not entail loss, are unremunerative.Our J. W. SMITH
B'S .."' 'k mind, evidenced by the overthrow of bosses i At :Mont Eagle on the Cumberland ,
.:; ; : dren, but many a child is driven from school pine should sell in all the markets of 41 Plaintiff.
h1 -,:;.' t and cliques in some of the larger States a plateau, in the same county, an excellent

; ? :;. .; J .. nomination must be made by the general with disgust at being obliged to commit les- girls' school, the Fairmount College, is located the world on account of its intrinsic valueat

\0, 'I.f,. consent and not by the inclinations of wIre-- sons to memory which are utterly uninteresting of which Mr. Silas McBee is principal.The double the price of Northern pine or Nor-

.'.. .r '..f:, :; pullers if the candidate is to be successful and profitless-such as the names of pupils are nearly all from the Gulf way pine. The time will come when in
towns and rivers the boundaries of States, and its healthy and picturesque
f :f 'v in obtaining the support of those who have prov- Florida the demand for lumber for boxes

'', I that there shall be reform in inces, the height of mountains, the lengthof location proves very attractive. It has also and crates for fruit and vegetables will con-
r," determined a the advantage of having its long
great vaca-
. rivers, the rules of grammar punctuation sume a large portion of the product of our Florida Lands.
;t,, f. :> political methods, and that a blind support tion in the winter enabling the young
etc. The great need of the day is intel- mills.It .
: t ':" t of nominations shall no longer be counted ladies to pass the summer months in this
.1 ., ligent instructors. Dull routine ;is the rule is this demand which has stimulatedthe
:j :o upon. healthy mountain region, and acquire the

t;tj .:/. ;. A reform administration is the demand and intelligent explanation the exception. bloom of health with the crown of knowl- erection of such large numbers of new

,'r';I ;: of the people. The sentiment of the agricultural edge.<1 It is also quite convenient for par- mills all over the country at the very time The Peninsular I-

? O -' which constitute the great NEWS NOTES.Georgia's ents to visit their children in the summer when the lumber trade in Southern pine in
: : populations,
. r. when leave home for New York most depressed. Our
', season they : summer was orange
is aroused to the
; : t bulk of our voting power AND
\ I manufactured products will aggregate resorts. and vegetable growers are now paying 25 percent
= TheSouth is
such reform.
of more
:a almost $40 ,OOOOOO this year. At Sewanee the University of the South : more for the lumber purchased by themat
; \ largely agricultural than any other section, : ]Tropical Florida
Dr. Haensel a savant, of Reichenberg, makes the fourth and most impOJ ant of home than the mills could obtain for it if
,1-' and has J less to gain: and more to lose by the educational institutions located in the
'. : .I Germany has succeeded, after many experi- the shipped.If :

.;..;,'.:, wasteful expenditures! of sponsible and ments, in photographing several: flashes of bounds of our comparatively small COlla1 ,)'. those engaged in shipping North and RAILROAD cOJlr AXlES

: extravagant not to say the fraudulent management I lightning. The photographs took in part This; institution has taken high rank for its
.i, abroad would combine to establish prices, it
S ; : of the finances of the National of the landscape and made it possible to estimate thorough course of instruction its admira-
R .. .,;:I 0.A ,! : Government than any other section. Its with accuracy the locality where the ble arrangement of domiciling all studentsn would benefit not Only the manufacturersbut ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE

:", .: voice should be clear distinct and urgent lightning struck. It also proved possible to ; refined and cultivated families its high the landed interests, the laborers, and COUNTIES OF
!,t, and its excellent of instructors. the new settler who could, in most in-
in the adoption of such measures and the compute the length of the course traversedby tone corps
l rt ,". ,.a ; will insure the current. These experiments are to In addition to these vantages, it has, per- stances pay the cost of his land by cuttingthe
n : selection of such candidates as
, '. be continued, with the aid of sterescopy. haps, the most beautiful location to be timber into mill logs instead of girdlingand ALAOHU,
; : reform and the restoration of the mnage-
r They have awakened much interest. found in this country on the comparatively burning it, as is now generally prac-

meat of public affairs upon the true principles level, forest-covered plateau of the Cumberland ticed. The low price offered by the mills, PUTNAM
The water in the chasm of the
." of a representative government, fidelity 7IY1ARION7
I Mountains. The boys and the
young and the cost of to the mill
hauling or shipping -
Falls to the United Slates
according Topo-
strict adherence to the
honesty and a all to
matures men seem develop
:::i-apblca1: : Survey, in the deepestnait is only point prevents the settler from realizing : : :
limitations of constitutional law. wonderfully in this clear bright mountain
.Fi 139 feet deep :and not 400 feet deep, as has anything from his timber if at any distance -
1 Let the South have its full influence in atmosphere, and acquire a vigor; of body anda
been erroneously reported. In the whirl- from a mill or rail transportation.With : STJIMITIEIR AST oHERNANI
the convention, and let that influence be in strength of mental powers consequentupon
pool rapids the depth is hardly 50 feet., higher prices tram-roads would be
favor of the best men who can be a sound physical condition.
very while the itself is little than
more built, which would serve for this as well as O,
.u'cviif r \ found and let it take its full measure of responsibility 125 feet. The largest vortex or"suck hole"is I was much impressed with this fact at the other

''55'j": and not excuse itself by passive not in the centre of the whirlpool, but recent, commencement on seeing a young purposes.

:, acquiescence from its duties and responsi- near its upper end and nearest to the Cana- man step forward to f receive first his degreeas The Right Hon. Hugh Law, Q. C., Lord AT PRICES FROM
1 and then the of
Bachelor of Arts, degree
bilities. da side. Chancellor of Ireland, died in Dublin on the
=============== Master of Arts muscle fully developed
r According to the Boston Herald the South .
EXPERIMENTS IN EDUCATION rounded and firm, elastic in step, with the 10th.M. $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All .
has taken a new start, of which the Exposi- L. Haste, the French aeronaut, after
: of health mantling his cheeks
f Ca bright glow ,
,, ; There have been a great many experimental tions at Atlanta and Louisville and the part several ineffectual attempts, succeeded in
}' his voice firm and clear the eye bright and
';': theories advanced on the subject of of the South in the Boston fair are striking crossing from France to England in his balloon -
ir expressive an example of what youth should these lands are in the central
education. The popular idea is, a great deal manifestations. Behind these are real development on the 10th.
be; and yet this young man came from
and the teachers --cotton mills rapidly increas- peninsular portion of the State, and
of book
t knowledge seem
r F ; the enervating climate Mississippi, and Frosts of greater or less severity have been
!' to think that a scholar is to be known by ing, the subdivision of large plantations, was but eighteen years of age ; but his vig- experienced throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin within fifteen miles of Railroads in

;, the multitude of his books-a notion largelyin great iron industries growing up at Birmingham orous mind had been supported by the physical Northern and Southeastern Iowa, successful operation traversing a ter-

the interest of book makers. Chattanooga and other points, appre- training of his body through his college Northern Illinois and Indiana, and the en- ritory which is being more rapidly
ciation in the value of timber lands and
so tire State of Michigan causing serious injury -
The modern school book is illustrated by course, and instead of leaving the University settled and than other
on. There are no political issues now divid- to late corn. developed any
t in its but as so often happens elsewhere, with a
pictures-a very good thing way,
the sections. All that of the State.
is needed
t' ing to make part
The full extent of the will of the
degree but an enfeebled body and overtasked
i rather overdrawn so that there is frequently
tr the country homogeneous is education and brain, he goes out mens sana in cofjwre sano- Count de Chambord has been published. It The fertility of the soil and accessi-
rather, more picture than book; and while industrial development.There .
a sound mind in a sound body. I refer to gives an estate in his four domains and the bility to the largest and best markets
,: the spelling book has gone down in price to
; is great jubilation over the corn- this more particularly on account of its general income of 20,000,000 francs to the Countess make these lands desira-
: j t four cents, the geography goes up to two or crop prospect. It is beginning to be thoughtthat bearing upon the importance of physical during her life less 2,000,000 francs variously particularly
three dollars the difference caused rable for the cultivation of fruits and !
). being by the demise of the
l r the crop is pretty nearly out of danger.A training in bchools. Youth is naturally bequeathed.fter .l

the pictorial extravagance.This few days-only a few days-more will secure active aad intense and requires the developing Countess the Count de Bardi is to receive early vegetables for shipment. For

is an evil in more ways than one. it. Already Kansas comes'to the front : power of physical exercise to coun- one-third and the Duke de Parma twothirdsof large and immediate profits there is

kt t The multiplicity of books distracts the with the enormous estimate of 200,000,000 teract the tendency to absorption in study the property. The Spanish Princes are no industry in Florida equal to the

?F scholar, and their cost distracts the parent. bushels for her crop and on 'Change in New and the consequent reaction which must be not mentioned in the will.
raising of early vegetables for Northern -
The State furnishes the teaching, but the York they talk of 2,000,000,000 bushels for met by healthful recreation, or will be by Immigration is not so heavy this year as

;, parent has to furnish the books, and in the whole country. This is literally tre hurtful dissipation. Schools should there- last. For eight months ending August 31 markets. f

many instances, if the children of a private mendous. In the big year 1880, Kansas fore, be located in the country with ample there were 284,960; immigrants landed at For new and descriptive circular,

raised only 105,000,000 bushels and the and exclusive territory around them and New York. In the corresponding period address
family are numerous and at all advanced, .
whole country 1754000000. These are the every attention given to the preservationand last year the number was 343,538. The total CHAS. W. LEWIS,
the cost of the books is and
very onerous largest figures ever reached hitherto. If the development of the body. immigration last year was more than 450-,

in a vast number of cases almost useless. crop of 1783 should overrun that of 18SO as The fact that Winchester, Tenn., with a 000. This year it; will hardly exceed 350- Land Commissioner,

The mistake of the present system is to at- it is now estimated that it will, it will make resident population of not over 1,200, has:: 000. The largest proportionate decrease is Fernandina, Fla.,

tempt to make books do the whole teaching booming times for many important interests. over 600 pupils attending its schools should among the Germafls, nearly 200,000 of whom Or Ocala, Florida. 38

..._ _. ... ..._. .. ._ _h _. _..... .,_ ._ -- -- <. _.. ___ '
., .. .. ,, .... ... :
:( .
: \ : : 1 ,-' .- ..

i- .



I I .' '..... i} '.. .:

::::: REAL ESTATE. .-' .,, "
_: ".'..; ".T. :.:: T' GREAT REDUCTIONSpring I IIN

: ; :,{ :;1: \ .'_:';\\' ". '..: .,...- :_'
.J -
:' ',,.:,...',!"!.k-,,'>.',. ;,J,4f.'f.. ..,:. :" \
.'tr':t'" -. '1( ':.
aY"!'''.'.";1 t ',', ay :. TRUE and Summer GoodsIN

-. r. :'J* -/I>.:I*:ir,. ': ,, ,. '\
? ., .ij.lt, 'if. *,
.' ., "'' .:1J"t': : :: -,' :. TemperanceIs -: ..' .. ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL STOCK, WE

...: ., "a$,; OF OUR
> "' ",.
I."t. ; 't, <:;t;: .<.' '*>'-. .'-'t.-:.., SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK AT
:f.,' ,,I'i1 ', ,:..! ....'.!.' .',..;.....". ". ,
\' ; t.> \ : '. not signing a pledgeor
:., '
t :(:';L'':'.:' ;' '. "-1'1' \'3: .' taking a solemn oath that FRED W. HOYT & CO.,

.4 cannot be kept because of
: ,
: : ..-/f-: ;-. *
; > :; i ; thenon-rentuvalof l thc cause BARGAINSIN

1'"r':.? :.i1.i-:" /:'.;", .. .f'''!:..,.' -liquor. The way to make FERNANDINA, FLA.,
'!( 4<;4 :f"; ',r';; -
,;; :;::;:"': J a man temperate :"j to kill
the desire for those dreadful l
''rr7': {..';;,cr{,.; ,.1,*:': Grocers Grain Dealers ,
.". "......-..x..+ -.. <..,.'J''', artificial stimulants! that car- ,
""" / J.'
.,,/t, >:/.: ;t.;, rli.' ...'., ry so many bright intellectsto LAWNS, BAIGES,
it a. ;
!. ,,' ,. AND
... and
'ij.* :' -. premature graves, ,
.. '
: : ETC.
: )
,' .,'. : ...; desolation, strife and un- General Merchants.CHOICE ,

'./,. ,+" -,".;.t..,..... happiness into so many :, ', ; .
'r; ; ,..
: ,
;. ,j i" ;4'" families. .. '
\f : IN : ,
i.+.J c,: : 1 MEN'S-YOUTH'S AND BOYS :
". .". '
r' <"" 1..<1" ""' J "
.. *
; H "," ', ,
a : '- r" <'" .j -Cl:>: Itisafact! iROVN'SIRON FAMILY GROCERIES,

'. .. lliTTKRS,a tru-'nonalcoholic .5
.JOT.ir.: :
I :
v r .-f-: ,x, -- : tonic, made in'Baltimore, :
.1 ,::, .f:' -:. \ Md.,by the Brown Chemical ,
] ..f: '1 r.;; Company,who are old druggists -'VE WILL OFFER-
and in particular -
.,, I r' '; .. "; r 'r -,: reliable, will every, by remov- FLOUR, GRITS AND MEAL,
I "' ..:"".,.,,;' ;":._:.: ..;,,',<, ',, ing the Craving appetite of GREAT INDUCEMENTS
t. : ;
.t,. :; ,
..'. : .., the drunkard, and by curingthe
and ill health result-
.. '. c. .
ing from intemperance, do

I ., more to promote temperance, J. & T. KYDD .,
in the strictest sense then ,
any other means now known.It -3[ |E- ,

.. .. Northeast Corner Centre and Third Streets,
is a well authenticated
,:': :FERN'ANDIN: : : : ..t1. :F-I..A..
"J' :
: fact that medicines Hardware ,
: .; many Crockery, Tinware,
,' ..7, ,,I ". '
bitters/ nothing !
'- especially are New York Office : 38 Walker Street.
: :
-. but cheap whiskey vilely BUILDING :MATERIAL,

concocted for use in local -

option countries. Such is RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.IALLORY'S .
not the case with BROWN'S PAINTS, OILS, CORDAGE, ETC.
IRON BITTERS. It is a medicine -


and decay in the nervous, GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF

Fcrunmliua, muscular, and digestive or- THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.

of the body produc-
gans ,
Towns on II. R. Line.
ing good, rich blood,health

And Cedar ne: )'. and strength. Try one bot- ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED.

tle. Price gl.00. .


Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

number of the most eligible and desirable '?: ',"'f. ",d.' ,__

',r za ".. ,, .. ." ','. ;'. '" ,...:' ( \ ". -J;,..
Lots suitable for Business for "
Purposes, or ', : ,
Y ,
,, k f. .
City or Suburban Residences, "',": ," .'"", i'
< :

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to

parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- A B. NOYES, -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS

rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1G80 T<)NS.STATE .

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in OF TEXAS, 1,542.\ TOIVB
erty purchased substantial improvementsfor CARONDELET, 1,508 TONS.
residence, or in which to conduct their

. bu ine5. .,.- J Corner of Second Steamboat and Landing Centre Streets, near ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.


of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
by exemption for a term of years from q r 1 fp Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. ONE
Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
sonville Cedar and Peninsular Railroad.
taxation offered by the several cities and large quantities. Key
Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- This Line, having no Transfers between Femaiidiim and New
CHAS. "". LEWIS, ST. NICHOLAS best in the world. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.

leave Fernandina for Savannah AgenUbr B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED The traveling puhlic are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
Office cor.Beach &7th sts., Fernandina WILL PLOWS. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
I ) Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON connections at FEKXAXDIffA FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
mornings arriving at the latter
the same evenings.; place VILLE. :33 ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence bv Steamers to all points on the ST.
Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer-
nandina on Monday. Wednsday and Friday '

Deck Pass without Heals, $3.00 H

Excursion, 7.00 P O freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

0H R. 1V. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,
Through tickets sold to New York, Phila-
delphia, Boston, and Baltimore.For H FERNANDINA FLORIDA.C. .
tickets and state-rooms, apply at the a ; H. MALLORY & CO.,
Company's office, foot.of Centre Street.J. Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

General Passenger Agent.J. P'I"'! A. B. NOTES

... .. o
... 3
: '
\\.i.: .J{ ..
},"J: ,:.' ;""t;" -DEALER IN-

Family Supplies

< -DEALER IN- !* *

',', : '. 'I
..;> .'. !-caANDLER and Grain r'd FINE: FAMILY GROCERIESt}
'. "' '" .". : : yI H r.n
O -+ +-
".'". -I-II cCn 1* *
'''. '.": H jZSS-SHIP STORES&& 8
.., N
? 'iI 41
,. ;";:'rs "" ,'" I DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, E9 Furniture, +
,/'"',i t....,,. :.. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
1' .'" "
., ., .. GOp
';" fv -' Paints. :t % i
't: :"

it- "S',S7 : 00 I O

*' ..' < .' '.' & Hardware, t N ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

: .' .. r r f '.,.'' {[STEAM'] [rSAw'1] [MILL.:] Willow-Ware., >*-. -$ 1-- 1

<. ." *.... ,9 *v '* #'..... '* r ',., "1. FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I _
P'1' """ I
y l .' O ", .. .,, "."' ...". .z --
..'. : w
'.''.. TTAS constantly on handS '" p
"-'''' 0Q NEW GOODS Received Steamer.
by Every
:!FC> t $ *Lumber by Cargoes. I a

{" { c Men as:Low as t thc e La\1mt\ .
Office on Second Street.I vie Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA FLA.




, r 'F;: -

;;! ;i; j.Ai: .. THE N'LORJDAllltROR; : SEPTEMBER 15.m .

,. r. ; :

/. ;,: m: : Il 0."',.E Z/F.E. came to answer' my little tinkling' hand except Byron. :My: papa says a young; lady I| looking for me. Then I wound my way quarters in all Switzerland) I :

:T 'r bell. It was a trifle awkward, for Mademoiselle must not read Byron. But I have read :i'! down again, not by retracing my steps but I ame," I said ; but :Madame am sure lfad-
I /. :: 'r'; Her white little hand is resting Isaline was too much of a young what he has said of our lake, in a look of ; by trying a new path,. which j-eemed to mea There was an English doctor was inflexible
::1,'...r I .; .( On the arm that held it of old. lady not to be treated with deferential po- extracts. It is a great pleasure to me to look more practical one. It was not the one so to Lausanne at Lausanne'and :
(, ;;;: I. '.I.. :' And he thinks it is only the night breeze > liteness ; and yet there is a certain difficulty i down among the vines and chestnuts there, Isaline had pointed out, but it appeared to Evidently, it had just! accordingly I must -o.
ik'\; : :; ti. That makes it so soft and cold. in being deferentially polite to the person and to think that our lake, which gleams so go more directly, and to avoid one or two of two good simple people begun that to strike those
.ti. "*. ,.j who lays your table for dinner. However I II blue and beautiful below, is the most famous the very worst rough-and-tunmble pieces.I could just and I
'h conceivably
: ,9'1. : ', ; Her eyes into his are gazing I made'the best of it, and I'm bound to say in poetry of all lakes. You know, was making my way back, merrily with one another. manage to fall in love
: ,. I' .; Eyes ever so faithful: him, I managed to get along very comfortable. Jean-Jacques says, Mon: lac este le premier,' enough, when suddenly I happened to stepon Might I ask Mademoiselle Isaline
:': i And he thinks it the shadowy twilight Isaline was one of those pretty, plump, I and so it is." a little bit of loose ice, which slid be- bring me up a cup of tea? Yes to
,, ,:,f : That makes. them so strange and dim. laughing-eyed, dimple-cheeked, dark little "Then you have read Jean-Jacques: too?" neath my feet in a very uncomfortable man- would bring it In a minute. And when, Isaline
t',j,1 '"I .. '" girls that you hardly ever see anywhere out- i Oh, mon Dieu, no. My papa says a ner. Before I knew where I was I felt my- came in, those usually laughing black she
. '1// r ; :;\:,!. t Her pretty face turns toward 1 him; side the Pays de Vaud. It was almost impossible I young lady must especially not read Jean- self sliding rapidly on, with the ice clinging obviously} red with crying. I felt eves
"' : Ah when did her face turn ? to. look at her without I But I know about : my heart
:, "i. ;' away smiling ; Jacques. something to my heel, and while 1 was vainly trying sink within me when I thought of
0 ). :" And he thinks It the silvery moonlight I'm sure it. was quite impossible for her to him-so much as is convenalle. Hold here to dig my alpenstock into a firm snow-bank to )!. Claude while I my promise -
a'J ,, 1 f>; .; ,. : That makes it so faint and gray. look at any one else and not smile at them. do you see that clump of trees down there I became conscious for a moment of a sort vaguely conscious that; I was really began and to be
: : : She wore the prettiest little Vaudois caps by the lake, just above Clarens? That is of dim indefinite blank. It was followedby much in love with truly
very little
,,: i: : :' Oh. spirjt that lingers and falters you ever saw in your life ; and she lookedso Julie's grove-' le bosquet de Julie' we callit. a sensation of empty space, and then I own account. pretty Isalineon
':. ,:'r ," Take courage and whisper, Good-b'e." coquettish in them that you must have There isn't a spot along the lake that is knew I was falling over the edge of some- my
':. 'L i :' .1'+ A life ?-why a life is nothing. been very hard-hearted indeed if you did not thus famous, that has not its memoriesand thing. She laid the tray on the small table by

1 :t:' '.,, ", h'.:'' When millions each minute die. not straightway fall head over ears in love its associations. It is for that that I Whrrr, whirr, whrrr, went the air at my the sofa, and was going to leave the room
. I'o't; 1\.' with her at first sight. Besides she had beento could not choose ever to leave the dear old) ear fora moment,and the next thing I knew immediately. Mademoiselle Isaline," I
<' : :; ; :: With. millions each minute dying school at Lausanne, and spoke such pretty Pays de Vaud." was a jar of pain, and a consciousness of be- said trying to raise" myself and falling back
: t 'j What matters one life or death ? delicate musical French. Now, my good You would not like to live in England, ing enveloped in something very soft. The again in pain, won't yon sit with me a
" I." One fragile and tender existence ? mother thought badly of my French accent ; then?" I asked. (What a fool I was, to be jar took away all other feeling for a few sec- little while? I want to talk with vou:'
,; 1,. One tremulous passing breath ? and when I told her I meant to spend a sure.) onds : I only knew I was stunned and bad- "My:: mamma said I must come away at
+t. ," summer month or two in Switzerland she "Oh, ma foi, no. That would make one ly hurt. After a time I began to be capable once, Isaline replied demurely. "She is
w; :: ,; :: : A life?. Why a life is nothing said to ran. "I do hope, Charlie dear, you too much shiver with your chills, and your trying to realize the position, and when I without doubt busy and wants my aid."
f ,I': t i. What matters tho' one burn dim ? will miss no opportunity of conversing with fogs, and your winters. I could not standit. opened my eyes and looked around me I recognized And she turned to go toward the door.
" ',' \ ', Alas for the folly of reason- the people, and improving yourself collo- It is cold here, but at any rate it is sunny that I was l lying on my back, and "Oh, do come back, Mademoiselle !'' I
' 1(. .'f'.. ,, One life is the world to him quial French a little. I am certainly the # You have the sun, too, that there was a pervading sensation of cried, raising myself again and giving myself .
:- r': '.: :r .' -The", Argosy. most dutiful of sons, and I solemnly assure sometimes, don't you?" whiteness everywhere about. In point of oh, such a wrench in the spine; "don't"
0- ; --- you that whenever I was not fishing or Isaline !1" cried madame from the win- fact, I was buried in snow. I tried to move you She see how much it hurts me to sit up?
., ,' ; SALINE AND I. climbing I missed no opportunity whatso- dow, "I want you to come and help me and to get on my legs again, but two things down in the back chair, indecisively, and sat
," ;. ?; ever of conversing with pretty little Isaline. pick over the gooseberries !1" And, to say very effectually prevented me. In the first big the just beyond the table,
ay : :. i. "Mademoiselle Isaline,'' I said on this the truth, I thought it was quite time she place I could not stir my legs without giv- handing and me cup I and helping me to

.' ; l' 'Veil.IademoiseIle:: Isaline I said particular afternoon, "I should much like a should go. ing myself the most intense pain in my dia cream res. sugar. plunged at once in me-
cup of tea : can Sara bring me one out herein spine ; and in the second place, when I did
:,: .. '. strolling out into the garden, "and who is the garden?" II. stir them I them into "You have been crying, Mademoiselle."
brought contact
,i J ':, the young cavalier with the black moustache on I said, and I think I can guess the reason.
I will
I, .':. ?" Certainly, monsieur ; bring out A week later I met M. Claude again. He one hand with a solid wall of rock, and on :M.: Claude has told about
'. the little tabe! on to the grass plot," said Is- was a very nice fellow, there was nota the other hand with vacant space, or at least me something it.

: Monsieur answered Isaline He has asked for hand and
; That will you your you
aline. for
have him arrange things you doubt of that. He was intelligent. well with very soft snow unsupported by a rocky "
"you seen ? You have been have refused him. Is it not so? This wasa
'.:' 'A from much more pleasantly. educated, manly with all the honest stur- bottom. Gradually, by feeling about with
window ,
watching your ? We did not "Not for worlds I said in to little bit of hypocrisy on my part, I confess
r know you had returned from the Aiguille." dy, independent Swiss nature clearly visiblein my arms. I began exactly to realize the for I knew what she had been crying
it But Isaline had
'. "Oh I've get myself. darted into his frank, bright face. I liave sel- gravity of the position. I had fallen over a
been back
+. yes. for more than the house before and it open about perfectly ; but I wished to be loyal to11.
me brought out
I an hour," I replied ; the snow was so deep dom met a man whom I liked better at first precipice and had lighted on a snow-covered Claude.
r "" with her own white little hands on to the tiny than M. Claude and after he had ledge, halfway down. :My: back was
i on the Col] that I gave it up at last and sight gone very Isaline blushed and laughed."I .
. made mind lawn. Then she went in again, and soon away I felt more than a little ashamed of badly hurt, and I dared not struggle up on "
: # up my not to try it without a do not cry for M. Claude, she said.
M, ""' \ guide." reappeared with a Japanese tray-bought at myself to think I had been trying to steal to my legs for fear of falling off the ledge "I have other matters of
) ;', '1 I Isaline Montreux specially in my honor-and a set away Isaline's heart from this good fellow, again on the other side. Besides, I was half may my own to
.. w am so glad, said demurely. of the funniest little old China cry about. But M.:: Claude is very free with
: J '.;" "I had such fears Monsieur.:: The Aiguille teathingsever without really having any deliberate design smothered in the snow and even if anybody his confidences if he tells such things to a
. : J.: is dangerous though it isn't very high, and beheld in a London bric- .brac cabi- upon it myself. It began to strike me thatI ever came to look for me (which they \would stranger."

:. '.I I had been very distractedly anxious till net.'4 had been doing a very dirty, shabby thing. not probably do till to-morrow) they would Listen to me, Mademoiselle Isaline." I
,4 monsieur returned." Won't you"sit and take a cup with me, Charlie, my boy" I said to myself, as I not be able to see me, because of the deep- said. Your father and mother have askedme
f Mademoiselle? I asked. sat with bottom bait and covering drifts. If I was not extricated that
fishing danglingmy
'" "Thanks Mademoiselle
I leave
, answered, to here to-morrow and go down to
:, .1 with a little bow. Your solicitude for my Ma foi. Monsieur, answered Isaline legs over the edge of a pool, "you'vebeen night I should probably freeze to death be- Lausanne. I shall probably never see you
E blushing again, "I have never tasted any with this little Swiss fore morning especially after pint of
flatters flirting pretty my
safety : me immensely. But youhaven't again. But before I go I want to plead with
" : i told me yet who is the gentleman except as pthisane. But you other English girl : and what's worse, you've been flirtingin wine. Confound that Yvorne !" I said to you for M. Claude. He has saved my life
. .f drink it so, don't you'I will try it for the bad sort of She's loverof myself savagely. If ever I get out of this
: : with the black moustache. a very way. got a and I owe him much gratitue. He"loYl'syou
, ;j. Isaline smiled. His name is :M.: Claude"'it rest; one learns always. her own ; and you've been trying to scrape I shall never touch drop of the stuff ; he is a brave man, a good man, a true
;i she said ; M. Claue Tirard, you know ; butr' I poured her out a cup and creamed it make her feel dissatisfied with him, for no again as long as I live I regret to say thatI and earnest man ; why will: you not marry
J we don't use surnames much among our- with some of that delicious Vaudois cream earthly reason. You've taken advantage of have since broken: that solemn promise him ? I feel sure he is a noble fellow and
.: selves in the Pays de Vaud. He is the (no cream in the world so good as what you your position and your fancied London airs twice daily for the past three years. he will make you a tender husband. Will
I schoolmaster of the commune." get in the Pays de Vaud-you see I am an and graces to run down by implication a :My: one hope was that Isaline might possi- you not think better of your decision ? I
', o' ,f{ :\L Claude is a very happy man then," enthusiast for my adopted countrybutthat good fellow who really loves her and would bly be surprised at my delay in returning, cannot bear to leave Les Pentes till know
" '. mt; + I put in. "I envy him his good fortune." is anticipating matters,) and handed it probably make her an excellent husband. and might send out one of the guides to find that you have made him happy."
I't< Isaline! blushed a pretty blush. "On the over to her for her approval. She tasted it Don't let this occur again, sir." And hav- Truly ?"
contrary," she answered he has just been with a little moue. English women don't ing thus virtuously resolved, of course I me.So there I lay long time, unable even to Truly.."
+,, declaring himself the most miserable of all make the moue, so, though I like sticking to went away and flirted with Isaline next get out of the snow and with every move- "And you go away to-morrow?"
: di mankind. He says his life is not worth'i my mother tongue, I confess my inability to morning as vigorously as ever. ment causing me a horrid pain in my injured Yes, to-morrow."
a having." translate the word. Brrrr," she said. "Do During the following fortnight, M. Claude back. Still I kept on moving my legs every "Oh, :Monsieur: !"
: ':'" 1 They' always say that under those peculiar you English like that stuff? Well, one came often, and I could not disguise from now and then to make the pain shoot and so There isn't much in those two words ; but
I .'.C circumstances" I said. Believe me, must accommodate one's self to it, I sup- myself the fact that M. Claude did not quite prevent myself from feeling drowsy. The they may be pronounced with a good deal
N ( :Mademoiselle there are a great many men pose i"; and. to do her justice, she proceededto like me. This was odd, for I liked him very snow half suffocated me, and I could only of difference in the intonation, and Isaline's
: who would be glad to exchange their own accommodate herself to it with such distinguished much. I suppose he took me for a poten- breathe with difficulty. At last, slowly, I intonation did not leave one in much doubt
1'' indifferently tolerable lot for :M.: Claude's success that she asked me soon tial rival ; men are so jealous when they are began to lose consciousness, and presently I as to how she used them. Her eyes filled
t" ; unendurable miser." for another cup, and drank it off without .in love. Besides, I observed that Isaline suppose I fell asleep. To fall asleep in the again with tears and she half started to go.
,'i, Isaline said nothing. but she looked at me even a murmur. tried not to be thrown too much with him snow is the first stage of freezing to death. Ingrate and wretch that I was, forgetful of
':. $ with a peculiar inquiring look, as if she "And this M. Claude then," I asked, he alone ; tried to include me in the party my promise to :M.: Claude, my eyes filled re-
would very much like to know exactly) is a friend of yours? Eh?" wherever she went with him. Also, I will III. sponsively, and I jumped to catch her and
t ..:, what I meant by it, and how much I meant. Probably," she answered, coloring slight- freely confess that I felt myself every day Noises above me, I think, on the edge of keep her from going of course at the ex- ,
.:. : ; And what did 1 mean by it? Not very ly. You see we have not much society at more fond of Isaline's society, and I half the precipice. Something coming down, oh, pense of another dreadful wrench to my !
,_, much after all. I imagine; for when it comes Les Pentes. He comes from the Normal fancied I caught myself trepidating a little how slowly. Something comes and fumbles poor back. I
# to retrospect which one of us is any good atm School at Geneva. He is instructed, a man inwardly now and then when she happenedto about a yard or so away. Then I cry out Isaline," I cried, unconsciously dropping { I
: analyzing his own motives ? The fact is, of education. We see few such here. What come up to me. Absurd to be so suscep- feebly, and the something approaches.. i the :Mademoiselle and letting her :see :
m ", \ Isaline was a very pretty lit.tle.girl, and I would you have?" She said it apologetically tible, but such is man. Claude's hearty voice calls out cheerily, my brimming eyelids far too obviously.
.:. had nothing else to do, and 1 might just as as though she thought she was boundto One lovely day about this time I set out Enfin, le voila !" and I am saved. "Isaline, do wait a while-I implore you I
': '. $. well make myself agreeable i to her as gain excuse herself for having made M.Claude's once more to try my hand (or rather my They let down ropes and pulled me up to beseech you I have something to say to
:':; the reputation of being a bear of an Englishman. acquaintance. feet) alone upon the Aiguille. Isaline put the top of the little crag, clumsily, so as to you."
'' Besides, if there was the safeguard of But you like him very much ? me up a nice little light lunch in my knap- cause me great pain, and then three men She seated herself once more in the big
'. : 'it :M.: Claude, a real indigenous suitor, in the Like him? Well yes ; I liked him always sack, and insisted upon seeing that my alpenstock carried me home to the farm-house::: on a chair.
., i 'r': 1, background, there wasn't much danger of well enough. But he is too naughty. was firmly shod, and my pedes i stretcher. M. Claude was one of the three, Well, iiion pauvre :Monsieur: ," she cried
,, ;i : r my polite attentions being misunderstood. He gives himself airs. To-day he is angry trian boots in due climbing order. In fact :. the others were laborers from the village. what is it ?"
I'' However, I haven't yet told you how I with me. He has no right to be angry with she loudly lamented my perversity in attempting "How did you know I was lost, :M.: Isaline," I began, trying it over again,
.... :: came to find myself on the farm at Les me. to make the ascent without a Claude?'' I asked! feebly as!: they carried me why won't you marry M. Claude?"
'r{', '.{ i Pentes at all. This, then, is how it all came Mademoiselle," I said, "have you ever guide ; and she-must even needs walk with along on the level. "Oh, that again. "Well," answered Isa-
't,.; about. I was sick of the Temple; I had read our Shakespeare?" me as far as the little bridge over the tor- He did not answer for a moment ; then line boldly, because I do not love him
"'.\ t spent four or five briefless years in lounging Oh, yes. in English I have read him. Ican rent beside the snow line, to point me out he said, rather gloomily, in German : "The and I love somebody else. You should not
u ;. '. about Brick Court and dropping in casually read English well enough, though I the road the guides generally took to the Fraulein, was watching you with a telescopefrom ask a young lady about these matters. In
,,; : ..-:,:; L at important cases, just: to let the world see speak but a little." platform at tile-summit. For myself, I wasa Les Pentes." lie did not say Fraulein Switzerland., we do not think it comme it I
. : I was the proud possessor of a well-curled "And have you read the Tempest?' practiced mountaineer and 1 felt no fear Isaline, and I knew why at once ;; he didn't .tuut.
,::1-'J J wig, but even a wig (which suits my complexion How ? Ariel, Ferdinand, Miranda, Cal- for the result. As I left her for the ice, she wish the other carriers to know what he But," I went on, why do you not love
.'t admirably) palls after five years, iban ? Oh, yes. It is beautiful. stood a long time looking and waving me was talking about. )1. Claude? lie has every good quality,
": and I said to myself that I would really cut Well, :Mademoiselle: ," I said, "do you remember the right road with her little pocket-hand "And she told you ?" I said in Germantoo. and-" '
I a London altogether, and live upon my means how Miranda first saw Ferdinand?" kerchief; while as long as I could hear her Every good quality. and-he bores me,"
'1 somewhere on the Continent. Very small She smiled and blushed again-she was voice she kept on exhorting me to be very She sent me. I did not come of my own answered Isaline. "Monsieur,'' she wenton
r means! to be sure, but still enough to pull such a little blusher. "I know what you careful. "Ah. if monsieur would only have accord. I came under orders." He spoke archly you were asking me the other
I k through upon in Switzerland or the Black would :say," she said. "You English are taken a guide! You don't know IHl\V dangerous sternly, I.1-:,iug 'ut his gutturals in an day what books I had read in English. Well,
I Forest. So, just by way of experiment as to blunt. You talk to young ladies so strangely. that little Aiguille really is." angry voice. I have read Longfellow. Do you remember
how I liked it, I packed up my fishing rod ." The sun was shining brightly on the :M.: Claude," I :said. "I have done very :Miles: Standish ?"
: and my portmanteau (the first the most important Well :Mademoiselle: Isaline, it seems to snow ; the view across the valley of the wrong, and I ak your forgiveness. You I saw what she was driving at, and laughedin
), took the 7:18: express from the me that you at Les Pentes are like :Mirandaon : I Rhone toward the snowy Alps beyond was have saved my life, and I owe you gratitudefor spite of myself.
a ; i Gare de Lyon for Geneva, and found myself the island. You see nobody, and thereis exquisite ; and the giants of the Bernese it. I will leave Les Pentes and the Frau Yes," said, "I know what you mean.
next afternoon comfortably seated on the nobody here to see you. You must not Oberland stood out in gloriously brilliant lein tomorrow or at least as soon as I can When John Alden i is pleading with I'ris-
.i, veranda of my favorite hotel at Vevay. The go and fall in love, like :Miranda: with the outline on the other side against the clear i safely be moved." cilla on behalf of Miles Standish, Priscilla
lake is delightful, that we all know, but I very first man you happen to meet with, blue summer sky. I went on alone enjoy- I He shook his head bitterly. It is no use cuts him short by saying"
,, wanted to get somewhere where there was a because he comes from the Normal School ing myself hugely in my own quiet fashion, now" he answered with a sigh ; the Frau- Isaline finished the quotation herself in
f little fishing, so I struck back at once into at Geneva. There are plenty of men in the and watching Isaline as she made her way lein does not wish for me. I haveasked her her own pretty clipped English :
,1,7 the mountain country round Chateau d'Oex world, believe me, besides M. Claude." slowly along the green path, looking round and she has refused me. And she has been Why don't you speak for yourself,
pF and Les Avants and came soon upon the "Ah, but Miranda and Ferdinand both often and again till she disappeared in the watching you up and down the Aiguille the John ?' "
.,.,}; exact thing I wanted at Les Pentes. loved one another," said Isaline archly, shadow of the pine wood that girt round the whole day with a telescope.} When she saw I laughed. She laughed. We both lookedat
: ; Picture to yourself a great amphitheatre and they were married and both lived tiny village. On, further still, up and up you had fallen, she rushed out like one distracted one another and the next thing I remember -
,r'',+ c of open alp or mountain pasture in the fore- happily ever afterward. I saw at once she and up, over soft snow for the most part, and came to tell me at the school in was that I had drawn down Isaline's
: ground, with peaks covered by vivid green was trying to pique me. : with very little ice, till at last, after threehours' the village. It is no use, you have beaten plump little face close to mine and was kissing !'-
,'r3' pines in the middle distance, and a background How do you know that ?" I asked. It hard climbing, I stood on the very me." it vigorously, in spite of an acute dart-
;i'J .i ;; of pretty aiguilles, naked at their doesn't say so in the play. For all I know summit of the pretty Aiguille. It was not M. Claude," I said I will plead for ing pain at each kiss all along my spine and
I;, I t base, but clad near the summit with frozen Ferdinand lost the crown of Naples througha very high, but it commanded a magnificentview yen. I have done you wrong, and I ask into my marrow-bones. Poor M. Claudewas
'. J masses sparkling ice. Put into the midst revolution, and went and settled down at over eitherside-the Alps on one hand, your forgiveness." utterly forgotten.In .
: ft of the amphitheatrea cleargreen-and-white a country school in Savoy or somewhere, the counterchain of the Oberland on the *' I owe you no ill-will," he replied, in his twenty minutes I had explained my
,:} ;' torrent, with a church surrounded by a few and took to drinking, ahd became brutally other, and the blue lake gleaming and glowing honest straightforward Swiss manner. It whole position to Isaline. and in twenty
'.1 d wooden farmhouses on its slope, and there unsociable, and made Miranda's life a toil through all its length in its green valley i is not your fault if you have fallen in love minutes more I had Monsieur and :Madame
.. ; "r? you have the Commune of Les Pentes. But and a burden to her. At any rate I'm sure between them. There I sat down on the with her. How could any man help it? up to explain it all to them in their turn.
,a J #.s what was the most beautiful of all was this, of one thing, he wasn't worthy of her." pure snow in the glittering sunlight, and ate I Living in the same house with her, too Monsieur listened carefully while I told him
.'t( t + that there was no hotel no pension, not What made me go on in this stupid way ? the lunch that Isaline had provided for me Allans," he went on in French, resuminghis that I was an English advocate in no prac-
". R even a regular lodging-house. I was the I'm sure I don't know. I certainly didn't with much gusto. Unfortunately, I also alternative tongue, (for he spoke both tice to speak of; that I had a few hundredsa
first stranger to discover the capabilities of mean to marry Isaline myself; drank the pint of white wine from the head equally,) we must get on quick and send year of my own, partly dependent upon
the village, and I was free to exploit them at least, not definitely ; and yet when you of the lake-Yvorne, we call it, and I growit i for the doctor from Gliou to see you." my mother ; that I had thoughts of settling
*! for my own private advantage. By a stroke are sitting down at tea on a rustic garden now in my own vineyard at Pic de la By the time we reached the farm-house I down permanently in Switzerland, and that
:: I l,1 f of luck, it so happened that :M.: Clairon, seat, with a pretty girl in a charming w.hite Baunie-but that is anticipating again ; as had satisfied myself that there was nothingvery Isaline: was willing, with her parents'con-
rur; the richest farmer of the place, with a pretty crimped cap beside you, and you get a good a light wine as you will get anywherein serious the matter with me after all. sent, to share my modest competence.
#"r.r; : r ; old-fashioned Vaudois farm-house, and chance.of insinuating that other fellows Europe in these depressing days of blight The soft snow had broken the force of the Monsieur replied with true Swiss caution
},,p ; + a pretty dainty little Vaudoise daughter, don't think quite as much of her as you do, and phylloxera. Now, a pint of grin dn paysis concussion. I had strained my spine a good that he would inquire into my statements,
#p was actually willing to take me in for a it isn't human nature to let slip the"oppor- not too much under ordinary circum deal and hurt the tendons of the thighs and and that if they proved to be as represented
mere song per week. I jumped at the tunity of insinuating it. stances for a strong young man in vigorous back, but had not broken any bones nor injured and if I obtained in Jurn my mother's con-
't 1 + chance : and the same day saw me duly installed But you don't know M. Claude," said health, doing a hard day's muscular work any vital organ. So when they laid sent, he would be happy to hand me over
i in a pretty little room, under the Isaline practically, and so you can't tell with legs, arms and sinews ; but mountainair me on the old-fashioned sofa in my little Isaline.
t 1 eaves. of the pretty little farm-house, and whether he is worthy of me or not." is thin and exhilarating in itself, and it sitting-room, lighted fire in the wide hearth, Tourtefois," he added quietly, "it will
:; with the pretty little daughter politely attending "I'm perfectly certain," I answered, "that lends a point to a half-bottle of Yvorne I and covered me over with a few rugs, I felt perhaps be better to rescind your journey to
i' to all my wants. he can't be, even though he were a very par- which the wine's own body does not by any I comparatively happy and comfortable under Lausanne. The Glion doctor is, after all, a
1 Do you know those old-fashioned Vaudois agon of virtue learning and manly beaut)'." means usually possess! I don't mean to say the circumstances. The doctor was sent for sufficiently skilled one."
a houses, with their big gable-ends, their deep "If :Monsieur: talks in that way," said so much light wine does one any positive in hot haste, but on his arrival he confirmed So I waited on in peace at Les Pentes.
thatched roofs, their cobs of maize, and Isaline, I shall have to go back at once to harm ; but it makes one more careless and my own view o'f the case and declared I :Madame had insisted upon telegraphingthe
smoked hams, and other rural wealth, hanging mamma." easy-going; gives one a false sense of secu- only needed rest and quiet and a little news of my accident to my mother, lest
out ostentatiously under the protecting Wait a moment," I said, and I will rity, and entices one into paying less heedto arnica.I it should first reach her in the papers, ("Je
ledges? If you don't, you can't imagine talk however you wish me. You know, you one's footsteps or to suspiciouslookingbits was rather distressed, however, when sots mere TII.Qi-m Monsieur," she said, in
what a delightful time I had of it at Les agreed to give me instruction in conversa- of doubtful ice. Madame came up to see me an hour later, justification of her conduct); and the next
.. Pentes. The farm was a large one for the tional French. That naturally( includes les- Well, after lunch I took a good look at and assured me that she and :Monsieur' morning we got a telegram in reply from
Pays: de Vaud, and M. Clairon actually kept sons in conversation with ladies of excep- the view with my field glass ; and when I thought I ought to be moved down as soon my mother, who evidently imagined she
two servants; but madame would have been tional personal attractions. I must practicefor turned it toward Les Pentes I could make as possible into more comfortable apartmentsat must hurry over at once if she wished to
scandalized at the idea of letting "that every possible circumstance of life. out our farm-house distinctly,and even saw i Lausanne, where I could secure better at- see her son alive, or at least must nurse me
} Sara" or "that Lizette" wait upon the So you have read Shake- Isaline standing on the balcony looking to- tendance. I saw'! in a moment what that through a long and dangerous illness. (Considering -
; English voyager, and the consequence was speare then. Andany other English books?" ward the Aiguille. :My: heart jumped a lit- meant ; they wanted to get me away from the injuries were a matter of about
that Mademoiselle Isaline herself always "Oh, many. Scott, and Dickens, and all, tle when I thought that she was probably Isaline. "There are no more comfortable I three days' sofa, in all probability, this haster




0 1

,- .



was a little overdone. However, she would I would see a 120-ton gun turning in a lathe, they were of half the size, and one can but REAL ESTATE. MUGS MEDICINESE CT.DRUGS
arrive by the very fiat rapide from Paris and the tube of another oneslowly evolving! : admire the strength and ingenuity of the .- ---'-, -- .
and on the whole I was not sorry, for I was under the great hammer from a steel casting appliances by which they are transportedfrom -- -- -- ---

half-afraid she might set her face against ,five feet in diameter. They might; find outa place to place, and put into one ma- ... ..[ ESTA.DLISI.IED 187.\3.\
my marrying"a foreigner."'but I felt quite few other things about heavy ordnance, chine after another, to be fitted to each other ,
sure any one who once saw Islaline could and I am quite sure they would come away and finished.
never resist her. with a very strong feeling that Uncle Samis Herr Krupp has made, altogether more .- :.:,' :::;;,'i," ; ". "., ,; andMEDICINESHORSEY
That afternoon, when school was over, M. about the last person in the world to undertake -' than 20,000 pieces of ordnance of which a .' 'i$;!:ta'1;,; ,.,'s' i. I.', '
t'lau'le! dropped in to see how 1 was getting to conduct the manufacture of gunson majority. of course, are of small calibre. In ; f.f't t. ;: \.; ','"
ol. I felt more like a thief at that moment a large scale-an impression which, I one room I saw more than 75 of these guns & CO.,
tliaii I ever felt in my whole life before or violate no confidence in saying was very in process of construction. There are also a
since. 1 knew I must tell him the simple distinctly made upon their minds: at Wool goodly number of 35 and 30 centimeter guns
truth ; but I didn't know how to face it. wich.A now in the lathes, and these are the calibres
However as soon as I began, he saved me full description of Krupp's works would that arc preferred by Herr Krupp; for while =I PHARMACISTS I
the trouble by saying: : fill one number of the Herald, to the exclu- he is ready to make a gun of any size that rCentre
You need not mind explaining. Made- sion of all other matter. There are employedin may be ordered, yet he fully understandsthat .
inoKelle Isaline has told me all. You did the fabrication of cast steel here in Essen the present tendencies of scientific con- ';" Street,
voiir best for me, I feel sure; but she loves nearly 12,000 men. Krupp is the owner of struction are to increase the length and "
yon and does not love me. We cannot help some 600 coal and iron mines in Europe, power of the medium calibres, rather than '. F. RXAXDIX.l'LORID..\.
these things; they come and go without our most of which are within a short distanceof go to the extreme in size of gun and projectile -
being able to govern them. I am sorry, this town. The most distant ore minesare as the Italians are doing. If left to his t constantly on hand a fine assort-
more than sorry; but I thank you for your in Spain. lIe mines his own coal and own wishes, therefore, he would limit him- -. I" KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR-
kind offices. Mademoiselle Isaline tells me iron, and in this branch of his business employs self to 30 or 35 centimeters. He: is, so far as EIGN and DOMESTIC
you said all you could on my behalf, and fully 7,000 men,so that the total number I can gather, entirely satisfied with his sys-
nothing on your own. Accept my congrat- of his employ is over 19,000. The tem of breech construction, which is. per- .'" Drug's and Chemicals
ulations on having secured the love of the works in Essen cover about six hundredacres haps, safe enough so long as he can be abso- ,
:sweetest girl in all Switzerland." And he and, although there are a few other lutely certain of the quality of his steel. .
shook my hand with an honest heartiness iron and steel workers here, Krupp and the Without that certainty,,_however, any meth- \ Homceopathic and Patent Medicines,
that cost me several more twinges both in stadt of Essen are substantially one and the od of breech mechanism is a dangerous :=" ,
the spine and the half-guilty conscience.Yet same. Most of the workmen live in Krupp's thing. Nor does he manifest a dispositionto :1, : :".' \ Proprietary and Fancy Goods

after all, it was not my fault. houses. He educates their children, makes undertake the riband guns which are attracting ;' :../. .':-
11 Claude." I said, you're an honest their bread, purveys their household sup- so much attention in England. -, ,, FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
fellow, and a noble fellow, and I trust you\ plies, insures their lives, takes care of them There is one system of making guns-the ;/ ;r .:; ,

will still let me be your friend." when they are sick or injured by accident, Krupp system. It is the best in the world. ,,.' PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC?...
.' Naturally" answered M. Claude, in his and pensions them when they are too old to Krupp is quite ready to make all the guns .
(frank way. "I have only done my duty. work. Thus he has a nearly perfect indus- that the world may; require. Such are the :,. : IN GREAT VARIETY.
You have been the lucky one, but I must trial system. Men go into his works in their principles of this great establishment, and
not bear you a grudge; for that, though it boyhood and spend their lives there. When its success thus far has been all that its owner -
bas cost my heart a hard struggle ;" and as he trains a mechanic, that training inures could desire.-E. If., in Boston Herald. 11' Physician Prescriptionscarefully
he spoke the tears for a moment came into to his benefit only. The secrets of the establishment compounded with pure Drugs, at
his honest blue eye, though he tried to are not scattered abroad, and the reasonable prices.DR. .
brush them away unseen. competition of other manufacturers, and GOOD ADVICE.-YOU will prevent and cure
.. of fails in the the greater part of the ills that afflict man-
M. Claude, I said you are too generous even governments, long run,
to me. I can never forgive myself for because Krupp's industrial organization is kind in this; or any section, if you keep your
this." I the most complete in the world. Krupp's stomach; liver and kidneys in perfect working -

Before many days my mother came duly : works were begun by his father, who workedat order. There is no medicine known Florida Lands.i J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMEK. i
to hand, and although her social prejudiceswere an anvil until he discovered the importance that does this as surely as Parker's Ginger k
just a trifle shocked at first by the of steel and the prosperity which could Tonic. It will! keep your blood rich and PALMER BRO'S
farm-house, with its hams and maize, which be gained by its manufacture. Alfred Krupp pure, and give you good health at little cost. ,
1 had found so picturesque, I judged rightlythat inherited this idea and an establishment' See other column. + +{ l
-+ +-+i I II I I I I I !-+ -H-H-I( I i 1 I II I !. -!- |I-t-
Isaline would soon make an easy conquest employing 40 men. On this foundation he

of her. My mother readily admittedthat i built his great business. His father beganto WHY WELCOME.-What makes Floreston The PeninsularAND 1----- i PHARMACISTS JI J
my accent had improved audibly to the cast steel with a single crucible fifty years
naked ear ; that Isaline's manners were simply ago. In the! largest castings now made at table Cologne is welcome its on every lady's and toilet rich -F1.+I -!+I -f! I I- (II I- I 11! I i II I tf, : I II I !II I _I t i.H! _+++f_ .
lasting fragrance ,
perfect ; that she was a dear, pretty, captivating Essen 1,200 men, moving with military pre, odor.Valtlable .
little thing; and that on the whole cision, pour the contents of more than that flowery Centre Street, near Depot !
she saw objection, save one possible one, number of crucibles into the moulds pre- ,
to my marriage. pared for the purpose. In the mixing of the Orange Lands for Sale. --. |Tropical Florida ,
"Of course! Charlie," she said, "the Clair- ingredients of this steel lies the only secret Tracts containing twenty acres each of FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.ABSOL.UTEIV .
ons are Protestants, because otherwise! I which is really of great value to Krupp. choice high hammock land on Orange Lake,
could never think of giving my consent." Other! men: can fabricate steel guns. France suitable for orange growing and truck farm- RAILROAD COJIP) AXlES I'UhE-
This was a poser in its way, for though r has several establishments which can do it, ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
knew the village lay just -:>n the borderland and England is making; a beginning in that very conveniently situated for transportation DOMESTIC
and some of the people were Catholics direction. But Krupp is ahead of all the by water or rail, and will be sold on AND IMI'ORTEDAND
while others were lleformed I had not the world in casting his own steel, and it shouldbe terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE
remote! notion to which of the two churches clearly understood that he is a manufacturer tionable. Also valuable timber lands in DRUGS CHEMICALS
Jsaline belonged. of guns because he was first a makerof large bodies. G. It. FAIRBANKS, COUNTIES OF ,
Upon my soul, mother dear" I said i "it steel, and that he did not begin to make February 1G, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.
has never struck me to inquire into Isaline's steel in order to undertake gun making. Standard Patent Medicines,

private abstract! opinion on the subject of Krupp's idea, then, is simply this: To ex- ALAOHUA7
the I'ope's infallibility or the Geneva Con- tend the manufacture and consumption of Professional and Business Cards. ---
fession. You see, after all, it could hardlybe steel. Personally, he is vastly interested in -I Fancy_TOILET ArticlePERFUMERY l-
regarded as an important or authoritative PUTNAM -
of ordnance because
questions heavy he
one. However, I'll go at.once and find out. has found the demand for his guns to be
Happily, as it turned out, the Clarionswere enormous. But his manufacture of railroadcar ,
Reformed, and so my mother's one objection wheels and wheel tires, rails, shafts, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, MARION
fell to the ground immediately. M.Clairon's :. springs, and all the parts used in railwayand LUllIX'S: EXTI ACT.S, etc.
Fourth St. between Centre and Alachua
inquiries were also satisfactory ; ship construction, is the greater part of SU: LITER: A irnIIERNANDO
and the final result was that Isaline and 1
his business. Fifteen Bessemer
be convertersin :FERNANDINA, :FLA. ;j:" E pccial and careful attention paidto
were to quietly married before the end of two great buildings are constantly pouring -
the summer. The good father had a nice molten steel into their moulds, and all PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by
little vineyard estate at Pic de la Baume, the machinery for the production of the ar- Calls answered promptly day or night,and an experienced Druggist.
which he I should undertake Medicine furnished without extra charge.
proposed tocultivate
ticles above mentioned is
on a scale. $83 MR. Rthe Manager, will
; and my mother waited to see us Office hours :-a. m. until 8; p. rn. 1 to 2 sleep
The Bessemer steel into the rails
installed in one of the prettiest little toy car wheels and a great goes variety of products, and 7 to 8. 221y* over the store. and will respond to all callsat

chalets to be seen anywhere at the Ville- while three times in every twenty-four hours nTHE?
neuve end of the lovely lake. A happier or there is a great casting of crucible steel-the' IE1. "W. ANSZiEY
sweeter bride than dearest Isaline I defy the largest single mould being; that prepared for $1.25 to $10 per : Acre.All .
whole world now or ever to produce.
the tube of a 40-centimeter gun which,
From the day of our wedding, almost, Isa when hammered into shape for the lathe, is
line made it the business of her life to discover about 55 feet, in length. The carrying on of ...... p
a good wife for M. Claude; and in the this work requires a comparatively small I < these lands are in the central
end she succeeded in discovering, I will .
number of to the "t'South
men crucibles
freely admit, (since Isaline is not jealous), heat them, and make ready for the casting., peninsular portion of the State, and
the second prettiest and second nicest girl in Then at the hour hundreds
appointed of within fifteen miles of Railroads in
the whole Pays de Vaud. And what is
well trained men, who are otherwise employed I
more she succeeded also in getting M. the rest of the day must rush in, successful operation, traversing a territory -
Claude to fall head over ears in love with lift the well heated crucibles from the fur which is a NDALL'S
her at first sight ; to propose to her at the naces, and pour the contents into the long being more rapidly
end of a week, and to be accepted with effu- troughs which lead to the mouth of the settled and developed than any other
sion by Annette herself, and with coldnessby mould. The greater the casting, the greaterthe side Centre St., near the Depot.
her papa, who thought the question of number of part of the State.
men required for this
and means I a trifle unsatisfactory. But Isaline rary work, and it is easy to see, therefore The fertility of the soil and accessibility discovered, as it is certain in its
arranged that Claude come
why Krupp, with his permanent system and and. blis-tcr. READ PROOF
into effects does not
partnership in our vineyard businesson his vast number of workmen, enjoys a pre- ,- All work warranted. to the largest and best markets BELOW.
easy terms, and give up schoolmastering eminence in the steel manufacture, and can
make these lands desira-
forever; and the consequence is that he and safely disregard the efforts even of particularly
his wife have now got the companion chalet to enter into competition with him in WM. B. C. DURYEE, rable for the cultivation of fruits and Sa"vclIIilll 180000.
to ours, and between our two local connec- the making of
tions, in Switzerland and England, we are guns. ENERAL CODIISSIONIERCHANT early vegetables for shipment. For \D.Iox.. Y., January 30, 1882.
doing one of the best trades in the new Of course, the process of casting steel from G Dr. B. J. Kendall dCo..:
export wine traffic of any firm along the crucibles: can be carried on wherever the requisite large and immediate profits there is GENTS--Having used a good deal of your
lake. Of course, we have given up growing materials exist. But it is only long NEAR no industry in Florida equal to the Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
Yvorne, except for our own use, confining experience in the mixing of the ingredientsand thought I would let you know what it has
ourselves entirely to a high-priced vintage the handling of the masses after the FERNANDINA, FLA. raising of early vegetables for Northern done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
wine with mould has been filled that can give certainty colt raided in Jefferson
very careful culture, for our English as was ever county.
Corn Oats markets.
business, and I take this opportunityof in results. The crucibles, when prepared, Hay, When I was breaking} him he kicked over
recommending our phylloxera-proof contain a number strips Bessemer steel, For new and descriptive circular, the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his ,
Pic-de-la-Baume, London agents-but Isa- cut into lengths of about six inches, a num- DR. W. E. SNYDER., hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
line says that looks too much like an advertisement ber of pieces of soft iron of a similar size, oi address furriers but they all said he was spoiled.
so I leave off.: Still, I can't help and some metal shavings thrown in loosely B .p. CHAS. W. LEWIS, He had a very large thorough-pin, and I
on top. Obviously there may be a great variety ) z g bottles of Kendall's
saying that a dearer little wife than Isaline, used two : your Spavin
or a better partner than Claude, never yet of combinations of steel and iron in i ,.., <::> Land Commissioner, Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off, and
tell to any man's lot. They certainly are an the crucibles. Long practice has shown one :;c -- Fernandina, Fla., he sold afterward for 1800 (dollars). I have
excellent people these Vaudois, and I think combination to be best for gun metal an- ': :! used it for bone spavin and wind-galls, andit
you would say so too if only you knew themas other best for steamboat shafts, etc. If the 0)H :; Or Ocala, Florida. 38 has always cured completely and left the
United States Government had all the mines .
well as I do.- ('yrai'ia. :::I rjv. leg smooth.It
and mills of Krupp to-day, it could not is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I .
KR UPP'S GUNS. make steel guns without Krupp's men to ? have recommended it to a good many, and
mix and handle the metals. Now, Herr they all say it does the work. I was in With

MEN TO THE NUMBER OF 19,000 EMPLOYED BY Krupp is perfectly willing to supply the erington! Kneeland's drug store, in Adams, r
THE FAMOUS PRUSSIAN. United States with all the guns its Govern- K. BAUKNIGIIT, the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou
ment may want but he does not propose to AGENT sent them. I tried to huy it, but could
The ESSEN, PRUSSIA, August 1C, 1883. tell the representatives of our Government WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, not; they said if I would write to you that
result of the negotiations which have how to make ,and he cannot be blamed
guns would send I wish would
me one. ,
going on between the firm of
Krupp, for the refusal. lie has succeeded where BUTCHER
their ANDDealer and I will do you all the good I can.
London agent, and Commodore Simp- other men have failed in
namely making E. S. T Y1IAN.Kendall's .
sou, is that the board of officers now in Europe castings of steel which will withstand the in Ice '. Very respectfully.

are invited to be present at a trial of heaviest strains of the largest calibred guns, TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, ;4 .,'.
Krupp's guns at the proving ground, near and having built up an enormous plant for
Meppen, while the request for permission to the making of guns, it is necessary for him BROOM STREET WHARF, ,.'.:, Spavin Cure.ON h

examine the steel works here is not to be to go on and keep: his men and his capital 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. .:.' ,. .' HUMAN FLESII.
granted Krupp holds that the representatives employed. Just now there is not what we .. .
of the United States ought to have Americans call "a rush" of work in the .' i : VEVAY, JND., August 12, 1881.
every opportunity to see what his guns will gun shops at Essen, but there is, neverthe LOUIS A. C. LANGE, .. Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: ;
accomplish but that he ought not to break less, a vastdeal going on. A number of gov- ", GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-
mil their favor his rule that foreign military ernments which have ordered largely of UPHOLSTERER -) ", .. day. Please send me some with my imprint,
officers shall not be allowed to acquaint Herr Krupp have no orders under fulfill- printed on one side only. The Kendall's
themselves with the methods by which he ment at present. For the time being his Foot of Centre Street, ,.". ;-._, .:,., '. t Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,

puts his guns together, or his methods of best customers are Italy and China. The FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. ;;t .:. .', and not only for animals but for human
bung steel. This is a rule that is never government of the former has -, "; ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
country or-
Occasionally, as a matter Of favor dered five of the 40-centimter ((120 ton)guns, Furniture repaired in the best manner. ,-' .;. .... .' ,::.' :, \' .', < leading farmers in our county, sprained an

to some specially important and well introduced which will take a projectile 2,500 pounds, Hair Mattresses made to order at short : '-Z; H' :t : ankle badly, and knowing the value of the r,
guest, be is allowed to spend day in and are expected to have a range of over 10 notice. 36 remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
the works, but even in that case only a part miles. The first one of these is in the lathes ,: ,. '. _. "., .":" I did far better than he had expected; cur!d ,

of the operations are shown, and the shops with its trunnion band on, and the tubes, JAMES McGIFFIN the sprain in very short order.
where the steel guns are put together and jackets, and trunnion hoops of the othersare : ; ,; Yours respectfully, C. O. THIEBAND.Price .
the shops where the steel projectiles are lying about the works in different stages CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, '..,,t '. $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All i

made are never visible to strange e"es."ere of progress. These guns are hooped or druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
Commodore Simpson and his associates ringed with steel to the end of the muzzle. Alachua Street, between Second and Third '.;)} will be sent to any address on receipt of
to spend a day at Essen, thewou1d get The jacket and trunnion band are enormous ".-';SNi. '>:;. ""-.',, f y price by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KEN-
a good idea of the prodigious extent of the steel castings, the manipulation of which FERNANDINA, FLA. .' '- DALL & CO., Enosbnrgh Falls, Vt.
of work *'that is done here, and the vast power fully tests the capacities of the works. Yet Orders and estimates from a distance care- ,, : ; :.t "" Send for Illustrated Circular.

the machinery by which it is done. They they seem to be handled as readily as if fully attended to. 25-tf : R rt Sold by all Druggists.t .


: : a! V.



----- -
,, 1 -
ti 'a; =

K THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Another Disastrous Fire. But the Convent was not in such immediate Range of ThermometerFOR '-

M -
.. .... '' ,;,, danger;as the old Broome Mansion. This THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY,SEPTEMBER 14,
' h t;:: < : fi.OO A YEAH $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS THE DELL HOUSE AND BAPTIST CHURCH IN property i is adjoining the church, and the

-., : { ", ,,.'. '...- ASHES. dwelling stood only some fifty feet from the I i- M ]
> Ie i...ctions. d ci. ci. J :
\1f' .
; -, \ Mirror church edifice in the track of c-I: :;.
-I"." --.k. Special of Wednesday, September IS. directly the I t..r cr) 0 r I

I 11 ;. "'R Ike Mode was one of the passengers by It is an old adage that misfortunes never flames. Here> another hard struggle com- Saturday.Sep.t. 8 79 84 83 81 NE SUFFER

&I ..to" :: the Texas this I week.' menced, but the facilities for fighting the fire Sunday ......_......9 78 82 81 N.
f'.l:\ :; come singly, and the Island City has,proved Monday .......... .10 74 79 81 781 N'V.

y '-'" ;' S Major W. B. C. Dnryee returned from the no exception. The smoldering embers in the were better. Mr. Hammond has a large cistern Tuesday.............ii 74 81 83 821 N'V.

: : North Wednesday last. his and this had been Wednesday.12 ; 87 SE.
in filled
i { 'J!; ruins of the fire on the2d inst.had hardly died yard, by Thursday..13 r 7185 85 / 83 SEe no longer from Dyspepsia -

'! ':! i:. k'.).':;,. The Strathmore Hotel, on Amelia Beach, out when the city was again startled, yesterday the rain on Saturday and Sunday, thus fur- Friday...._.._......14 80 I 81 81 80 I E. Indigestion,want ofAppetitelossofStrength
"' last
1- was closed for the season Tuesday.::
,!... ',o.: by an alarm of fire. Thistimeitprovedto nishing a good supply of water. While
t' 'r { Colonel J. Ira Gore, of the Cedar Key
.. ; MARINE.Port .
\. ; be in the northern of the some moved out the furniture for greater lack of Energy, Malaria,
portion city.
r: f;i Journal, was in the city yesterday, and made
i't after o'clock small blaze safety, others formed into line and buckets of Fernandina.HIGH Intermittent Fevers, &c.
I k".: ': :,. us a pleasant call. Shortly one a was

llr.'i"!' ''4'"V hundred and excursionists discovered the of the roof of the were passed from ]hand to hand to the roof, WATER. BROWN'S IRON BIT-
;" : :;\;: Nearly two fifty near peak
, : ; TERS never fails to
arrived here from Gainesville Starke and the building saved. Had there been the Saturday, Sept. 15...... 6:33 A.M. 6:56P.M. cure
l1-J: : '- .; Dell House,on Third street, nearly oppositethe Sunday, 16...... 7:27 7:47" all these diseases.Boston .

t':f' .r ,.' and points on the Transit Railroad Thurs Cedar Green. The alarm was at once same scarcity of water here that there was Monday, 17...... 8:16": 8:35: u

'. l; 0 d! ; the Tuesday, 18...... 9:04" 9:24 u
on hill the fate of the mansion would
day.The given but in few minutes the whole roof "
:. a Wednesday, 19...... 9:51: 10:12:
: three-masted iron schooner Josephine ,November 26, i8Si.
! b', ; have been a
inevitably sealed. With the fall- Thursday, 20..10:38: 11:00
was ablaze. The house is frame BROWN CHEMICAL Co.
a two-story
.* ,
ty'**::>i ,?' < k arrived here on Saturday last, with 500 tons Friday, 21......11:28 11:52: h Gentlemen For years I have
ing in of the frame work of the church all
*,,;?' t.' > ', : I S of steel rails for the Transit & Peninsular building, with dormer windows in the attic, been a great sufferer from Dyspepsia,
and could get no relief(having tried
; .' : Railroad. containing in all some 14 rooms. Mr. Robert danger of any further. spread ceased. ENTERED. everything which was recommended '
. f' ., :' Sept.10-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- ) until.acting on the advice of a
: Both the Broome Mansion and the Acosta
? : : Mr. J. S. Cowdon, traveling agent of theTimesUnion M. Smith the owner occupied friend
<. ,i"j. a coupleof vannah, with freight and pas- ,who had been benefitted bBRowN's
.. I x' of Jacksonville made dwelling received great from to C. A. IRON BITTERS, I tried a
i. \ us a rooms in the upper story. Mr. Smith had ; protection a sengers, Haley, agent. bottle,with most surprising results.

;, :r ''! "J pleasant call Thursday. Mr. Cowdon was clump of cedar trees, which broke the forceof 10-Sch.JosephineWillets, New York Previous to taking BROWN'S IRON
; had no tenants for some time, until withina steel rails, to T. & P. R. R. BITTERS,everything I ate distressedme

) ::"f \ ,, :; here in the interest of his paper."ft' day or two, when Messrs. Loomis and I! the flames somewhat. 11 11-Brig Ailsa, Bartling, Boston ; ballast and I suffered greatly from a
sensation in the
Tl Jacksonville Times-Union has it that to Davis & Bro. burning stomach,
Voorhees of the Palmetto Fibre THE ORIGIN.It 12-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald Sa- which was unbearable. Since taking
Company, ,
; the Texas towed a foundered steamer into BROWN'S IRON BITTERS,all my
;/i ." moved into the building. Their families was commonly reported yesterday that vannah, with freight and passengers troubles are at an end. Can eat any
: :' ,. Savannah. If the Newport had foundered to C. A. Haley. time without any disagreeable re-

,jt1 ': it would hardly have been possible for the were just at the dinner table when the fire the fire in the Dell House originated from a 14-S. S. Western Texas, J. Risk, 1,210 sults. I am practically another

: Texas to tow her to Savannah. spark from smoke-stack of Oakes tons, New York ; freight and person. Mrs. W J. FLYNN
: was discovered by workmen in Oakes' Plan- planingmill passengers, to R.W. Southwick, 30 Maverick St., E. Boston.

rw ,. \ : A business meeting of Hook & Ladder ing Mill, opposite.It which is right opposite the dwelling, agent.

is called : 14-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa-
Company No. 1 for Monday evening -
; was evident from the start that the Dell some 200 feet distant. Mr. Oakes was inter- vannah with freight and BROWN'S IRON BIT-
t(q ;, next, at the Council room, to perfectan ; pas-
;' House could not be saved, as the roof was viewed in regard to this report by a repre- sengers to C. A. Hale)". TERS acts like a charmon
organization in accordance with the request -

.I) of the City Council, and elect officers. very steep, and before any help could arriveit sentative of the Mirror. He states that his CLEARED. the digestive organs,
7-Bark Elvina Curtis, Demarara ; removing all dyspeptic
H Mr. Stark is tearing down the walls of the was a mass of flames. All efforts were mill had been running till 11 a. m. only, lumber, by J. C. Read.
a symptoms, such as tast-
r ;, '; ruins of his bakery, and will rebuild this at concentrated towards saving the contents of when he shut down. When the roof was 9-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa-
vannah ; with freight and passengers ing the food, Belching,
:i'. f once. As soon as the brick and other ma- the building, which proved successful, and discovered afire it was twenty minutes after by C. A. Haley Heat in the Stomach,

Lr ? terial can arrive here he will begin the erec- 10-Sch. H. L. Maria. Bishop, New
one, and he thinks that it is not probablethat
everything of value was saved.In Heartburn, etc. The
lumber, by Mizell & Bro.
+ tion of a fifty-foot front brick block, covering ;
( J the fire caught from this source. 12-Sch. I. M. Hayes, McFarland, only Iron Preparationthat
the of the main
i S rear building was a
Ifjlyn U} the lots where his old store stood and
D. C. lumber
Washington, ; by
will not blacken the
1 ,. the lot formerly occupied by Clay's drug two-story addition, which caught next and Thick smoke. was. seen. coming out of the T. J. Burns.
'H I 'G' 13 Sclu Ellen Elliott Hall Philadel- teeth or give headache.Sold .
.g store. suffered the same fate as the front. smoke-stack in the morning by the occu- ,
phia; lumber, by J. C. Read.
I it t The Board of Public Instruction for Nassau pants of the dwellings, and as the wind was 13-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa-
Meanwhile the bells of the Catholic and
t '1:' l county have appointed Mr. C. A. Key, directly towards the Dell House, it is vannah ; with freight and passengers by Druggists.

11 late president of the Middle Georgia College, Baptist churches summoned the populaceen by C. A. Haley. Brown Chemical Co.
f:, probable that a spark may have lodged in 15-S. S. State of Texas, J. Risk, 1,210
'f.. principal of Fernandina Public School No. masse to the scene of the conflagration.
tons New York and
'( the shingles of the roof and smouldered for ; freight Baltimore, Md.
SS,: t, S S w 1. Mr. Key is an experienced teacher and Adjoining the Dell property on the south, passengers,by R.W. Southwick, .

t.r. comes here well recommended. We trust some time before it broke out into flame. agent. See that all Iron Bitters are made by
but some thirty feet from the burning build- 15-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah -
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore,and
: that he will meet with the
hearty cooPeration -
with and have crossed red lines and trade-
freight -
ing, is the residence of Mr. J. J. Acosta, recently passengers
: ,4t, of our citizens in building up a good The Dell House was fully insured for $6- by C. A. Haley.IN mark on wrapper.

; school. The Atlanta Constitution pays him purchased by him, and next to this is PORT.
-'. \ < 000, $2,000 in the Hartford, $2,000 in the BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.ST. .
H !; l a high compliment. the new and cosy little cottage of City Clerk Brig Ailsa, Bartling.
Phoenix, and $2,000 in the Niagara com- E. Powell Mitchell.
: .:: The Middle Georgia College opened on Wm. F. Wood, Jr., which was only finished Brig Mary ,
, ;r. Monday under the direction of President pany. :Mr. Smith will lose probably nothing.MR. SC l. Fannie W. Childs, Hart.
v '' Rev. J. H. Alexander, formerly of Virginia. within the past two months. Both of these Sch. Rebecca H. Queen, Smith.
LOOMIS Sch. Ruth Darling, Chipman.Sch. .
: Professor C. A. Key retires from the college
of their contents
dwellings weresoon gutted A. and E. Hand.
, ) and to Florida. We to lose Hooper, .
goes are sorry Estimates the loss to his furniture, etc., at
, \ .;.:', ; him from our institution. Under his management but, as is always the case on such an occa- Sch. Josephine, Willets.School .

: 1' ,! the college had attained a large about $150. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
sion much of the furniture consider-
was J. J. ACOSTA Notice.
' ,, '..w : t patronage and his superior attainments and
.. Fcrimmliiia Fin.
w." a .' ", :, ability as a first-class instructor had endeared ably damaged by rough and careless hand- Had $1,000 insurance on his two-story build- Fernandina Public School No. 1 will open ,
'3 l '- him to the people of our community the second"Monday: in October.C. .
t""Ii i and town. We wish him improved health ling.The ing, and $250 on the furniture, in the Lon- A. KEY, Principal. THIS INSTITUTION, UNDER THE
I' of the SISTERS ST.
r,1 t '. ", j and success in all he may undertake in the question of the greatest moment was don, Liverpool & Globe. This is the second Fernandina, Fla., September 18,1883.A is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest
land of Flowers.-Atlanta Constitution, Sept.
a, .., .: to save the Acosta property, for it was evident time this year he has lost by fire. It will be Card of Thanks.We portions of Florida.
The which erected especially
.'. building, was
',.; I:Y,: The Western Texas" All Right. if these buildings once caught, the rest remembered his dwelling on Escambia street hereby tender our sincere thanks to for a Boarding School, is large and airy.
the citizens of Fernandina for the Instruction is and
prompt The Course of thorough
of the block the residence of
.. Clar-
,including was burned in :May from a similar cause.
: and very efficient work by which they saved solid, comprising, both in English and I
1 t: + SHE TOWS A DISABLED VESSEL INTO SAVANNAH. ence Maxwell, would have fallen an easy He estimates the damage to his property at nearly all of our goods, with but slight dam- French, all the branches of a good educa :

from destructive fire Tuesday last. tion. Board Tuition Washing Bed and
\. : Much anxiety was felt in this city during prey, as the dwellings stood at no great distance $300. SILAS L. LOOMIS, Bedding per quarter, $40.50. Music Les-

.;i'. ; the week on account of the steamship Western apart, ahd then the Mansion House W. F. WOOD, JR., EDWIN S. LOOMIS. sons, with use of Instrument,-$12.00.

;). Texas, of the Mallory Line, which left I Suffers the second time within two weeks, Fernandia, September 15. Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy
would have been in serious danger. The
I Work taught without additional charge.
New York last Friday for this port. Up to
,'; had been roofs of the main building and the outhouses : his store on Centre street being destroyed in A Card of Thanks. Payments required in advance.
.. j Thursday noon no tidings received -
Schools will October 1st. 188.3.For
'. = the fire of 2. He had an insur- The undersigned wish, through the columns reopen
;. 'j the office in this September
: either at city or of the Acosta property were soon of your paper, to tender their thanksto further particulars, apply to the Acad

.'S yL New York, and it was commonly believed occupied by a gallant band of volunteers, ance of $750 on his cottage, which was just their friends, neighbors, and generally to emy. 42CuriositylVariety

.":e that she had met the fate of many another finished at a cost of some $1,500. all the citizens of Fernandina, for the very
"''' r; vessel in the hurricane that prevailed off and the struggle for the mastery with the efficient help rendered in saving their home II1VCa-'S
TilE BAPTIST CHURCH. and household effects from threatened con-
!,) & i the coast during Sunday and Monday. The devouring element commencsd-and a hard of .
': .'-, The Baptist Church will a total loss. flagration Tuesday last.D. StoreOffers
: genial officers of the Texas have made many struggle it proved to be. The heat from the prove M. HAMMOND,

: The pulpit, some of the benches, etc., were E. J. HAMMOND.
q ; ( warm friends here, and news was eagerly burning building, added to the almost verti-

y 't "+! looked for. Indeed, so great was this anxiety saved. There was no insurance on the a large and carefully selected
; cal of intense A Card Thanks.
rays a noonday sun, was so of
4 1. ,1, that the first question one was asked
that but the and building. We extend our most sincere thanks to our
I nothing greatest fortitude, STOCK OF HOSIERYFor
on the street was "Any news from the JUDGE D. M. HAMMOND many friends and the public at large for the

1 Western Texas fOn Thursday afternoon the knowledge that on the success of keep- Was lightly insured. His loss from damageis noble and indefatigable manner in which

11 ; received here giving they labored to save our Convent from the Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.
a telegram was ing the fire out of these buildings dependedthe
about recent conflagration. Without their zealous
!1i1 the welcome news that she had safely arrived safety of the rest of the block, could $250.MRS.. FISHER-M'KENZIE endeavors, until the danger was past, we feel ZEZ-A-DfcTID IS E IE*,C EC IIE: IP'S,

t ,y ,, at. Port Royal. She steamed up to her sure that our building would have been a
dock in this port at 7:30 o'clock yesterday have induced the gallant men to remain at who had found a temporary home at Judge complete ruin. Their devotedness shall ever Silk, Linen, and Cotton.

morning, being over two days overdue. The their post. :Meanwhile the water supplywas Hammond's since the fire on the 2nd, was be gratefully remembered by us.
SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH. Gloves Neckties, Ribbons,
encountered the hurricane of the 10th short in the immediate
+ vessel getting neigh- also compelled to flee a second time from Fernandina, Fla., Sept 12, 188S. Laces, Towels, Napkins,
s inst., but under the able management of borhood and had to be in buckets
the flames. However, her loss this time Dress Lining, Buttons
Captain John Risk behaved splendidly. Closing Out Sale
from the adjoining block. Luckily the wellsin and Notions Generally.A .
Captain Risk, in conversation, made the following will not be very heavy. Having no suitable place in which to con-

the yard of the Mansion House held out of the tinue my business, will sell out my entire NECKTIES
i statement in regard to the storm : During the progress conflagration, new lot of LACE COLLARS and -
which saved in condition
stock ( was good )
All day of the 10th, and during the night, until the frame of the Dell House fell in, the roofs of several of the dwellings on regardless of cost. Also a part of my house- just received and marked low.

we experienced a very heavy hurricane, when the greatest danger from this source hold furniture, carpets etc.
Fourth street caught, but the flames were A. C. FISHER-MACKENZIE. Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior.>
commencing with the wind blowing from
was over. Fernandina, Fla., September 6,1883.
promptly extinguished. In PICTURE FRAMES BRACKETS -
the northeast and going around the compass #<9 ,

from east to west, the hurricane blowing Meanwhile the wind which had been Among those who did such efficient work Found. VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a

: the heaviest from west-southwest, barometer westerly veered around a little more to yesterday, all classes and races were repre- A small key, for safe or drawer. Applyat fine variety. _

.,. 1 showing 28.50 with a very heavysea the southwest, carrying the sparks some sented. We noticed preachers, colored as post-office. FLORIDA AXD SEII.TROPICAL CURIOSITIES

i running. The hurricane moderated early hundred Showers of them
f yards. on well as white, a staid vestryman of the Wanted. A SPECIALTY.
fi Tuesday morning, and during the rest of
.. the Baptist church, on the northeast corner By a lady of experience, a situation as
.. f the day there was but little or no wind, but Episcopal church, merchants, the tall form teacher of English branches and music. .* Orders from the Country Solicited.'' I IKING7S7

.- .. ; a heavy sea continued running. At three of Fourth and Calhoun Streets. In the effortto of a city alderman, railroad officials, the Good references given. Adress.M. .

.i P'' o'clock Wednesday morning the Texas spoke save the buildings adjoining the Dell prop- portly dimensions of the collector of customs L., Albany, Ga.

i the steamship Newport, of Ward's Havana erty, the direction the wind was taking was and a prominent contractor, the sheriff, etc. Shingles.All 17 tf_Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.

t Line, in a badly disabled condition, and almost entirely lost sight of, and soon the But all the good work was not 'confined to kinds at PRESCOTT

having lost her rudder. Captain Sundberg, of steeple and roof of the church edifice the sterner sex. A number of ladies ren- 38-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co's. J. H. ,
the asked for assistance which I
Newport, dered valuable service, especially at the Con- DEALER IX
I afire. A few tried to arrest the For Rent.
gave him, and towed his vessel to Savannah men progress
vent, where they gave valuable assistance by One of the best truck-farms inthis Men's and Tenth's,
section Boys'
a distance of 160 miles, where I arrived of the flames,but without avail. The Convent
the stationed the of the country. For particulars apply .
carrying water to men on Indies', MIHHCS'! and Children's.IIFINSHOEST!
about 1 a. m. Thursday. I left him during of the Sisters of St. Joseph on the opposite to MRS. EMMA FLETCHER,
the him safe in roof and elsewhere. Third Street. ++ ++-
: .. day, having seen Tybee
corner was in danger all this time, first from
outer roads. The Western Texas came out of Fernandina, August 11,1883-tf.
the Dell House, and next from the Baptist Attention, Hook & Ladder Co., No. L
the all
gale right: some slight damage was
You 'requested' to meet at the City Livery Stable at a Bargain.I .
; done to the joiner work, and we got some Church. But fortunately the Convent is a Council rooms on Monday evening, at 8:30 offer at a bargain my entire establish-

t water in the saloons, but that is all. The brick building and the roof was only newly o'clock, to perfect an organization and elect ment in this city, consisting of Carriages, AND
i' passengers behaved splendidly, and put up painted. Wet blankets were hung over the officers. J. L. HORSEY. Buggies,Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage

with the extra water with the best of good Horses, Harness, etc. I GENTLEMEN FUBNISHING GOODS,
windows to protect the wood-work, and a Nassau Fibre, Terms of purchase, CASH.
nature. In all it was a stiff'Ba1e andI .. .
pretty -. '-"
For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto G. F. AVERY. ----- --
was well pleased to come out of it as we J squad of men stationed on the roof to fight anything else in use. For sale by Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom

did." the sparks there. I June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. Street Wharf. 46 FERNANDINA, FLA.THE .

55f .
: I .



.. :f-jt;-; 'i :;.. .._, l"_,,;, ,. '.tet*,.a1, .>.." ';,. :..':..4>,'-_,."' ..,,-'.".'..__'..>_ ..., >.."..-......-.....>.,-,, "'.,,>>-..- -- ',.>.. -'. I..'-.. .-. ,...- ._..' :.:...:;I