Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00186
 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 22, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00186
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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THE SOUTH TRIUMPHANT. iron-now so profitably engaging the noticeof NEW YORK GOSSIP. training and bad luck have thus far not will be ISO( miles long, 230 feet wide and 20

capitalists in the South, there is one sin- brought on the success expected and deserved feet deep.

)IR. WENDELL PHILLIPS V.\TICINATES-uXENE, gularly interesting and immensely profit- THE DEMISE OF TWO PBOMISENT NEWSPAPERMEN the horses will yet show up well.

)MERE TEKEL UPHARSIN"-THE STAB OF able industry, just in infancy, which bids -THE LONG ISLAND RAILROAD DIS- The shocking railroad disaster on the The official statement of the cotton crop

EMPIRE GLITTERS IN THE SOUTH. fair to be entirely local. I allude to the ASTER-INHUMANITY OF DIVIDEND\ Long Island Railroad, by which three per- of the United States for the year ended

To the Editor of the Mirror : manufacture of the beautiful material called GRASPING DIRECTORS, ETC. sons lost their lives and between twenty and August 31, 1883 issued by the National

.\ta recent meeting of the Boston Mechan palm paper, made from the leaves of the To the Editor of the Mirror: sixty persons were more or less badly; injured Cotton Exchange, of :New Orleans, shows a

ics' Association and in a remarkable addressto nalmetto_n_____ tf1t/imjfrnrat, .. ]fum is..} NEW YORK, September 15, 1883. will nrobfihlv nail forth a thnrnnsrh, total crop of 6,949,756 bales, including receipts -

that influential society, Mr. Phillips, one The great scarcity of material for paper With the death of Hugh J. Hastings, the -overhauling- of the-shamefully careless- --- -and-0-- ;:J ft\.at__shipping___._ '- __ports., of 6,009,612_ bales_ ,

of the most representative men in the Union, manufacture has long been seriously felt, editor: of the Commercial Advertiser, who expired indifferent manner in which the road is I
uttered these solemn words : both in this and So muchso Northern spinners direct from producers of
country Europe. unexpectedly on Wednesday evening managed. There is no doubt that the Long

"The handwriting is so plain on the wall that formerly almost worthless straw is the death-knell of personal journalism on Island Railroad is the worst conducted line 641,801 bales. The report shows that the

that none but a fool need mistake it. New now as valuable as the grain. the metropolitan press was sounded. Mr. in the country. The train in question wasa Southern mills consumed 313,393 bales an

England is doomed just as sure as natural For the higher classes of steel engravings, Hastings during his long life and politicalcareer race train, and of course thronged with increase over last season of 26,439 bales.

laws will produce fixed results. New Eng- and for made friends but The increase in the total crop compared with
especially photographic purposes, many also many people returning home from the Sheepshead

land has no soil worth mentioning, and her all the best qualities of paper are now imported enemies. A man of positive mind, strong Bay races. It has often surprised me that the previous year was 1,493,708 bales. The

wealth has all been derived from her manu at a heavy cost; but it appears that convictions, thorough Irfsh'combativeness, accidents have not occurred before this. At takings of the United States spinners for the

factures. These are gradually leaving her, whether for commercial or artistic; purposes, year were 2,073,096 bales, an increase of 108-
and the ability to'expr s, himself tersely the race track after the sports, trains for ,
the hitherto despised palmettoyields a
and eventually they will all go; some to the paper and without undue'flourishes strike three 561 bales.A .
far superior in quality to the most expen- any the points come up for passengersforLong

West, the most to the South, where the advantages sive imported varieties.: In fact, so great is nail on the head, he soon made himself a Island City, for Flatbush and for Bay wonderful mine in Telluride, Col., is

for profitable manufacturing are all loca the difference in price that I withhold the lie invested the Commercial Rid described by
power. with a b e. Instead of having two trains foreach a correspondent of the New

ted. The coal and iron in the South are easily -' were figures, might, lest a interfere breach with of confidence the enterprising, as it unique air, which, though it might repel of those points there is never more than Orleans Times-Democrat : "About 50 feet

gotten at and inexhaustible in amount, company now erecting factories South for persons with convictions opposite to those one. Everybody rushes on in wild hurry from the entrance is a large cone-shaped

and the iron mills the foundries and ma- the manufacture of the palm paper. As a expressed in it, at the same time attractedby and excitement, clothes are torn and limbsare chamber, about 80 feet in height and 40 in

chine shops can go to them better than theycan hint, however, to those who may wish to do its manner of saying ;' things." It was bruised, and there are frequently so diameter. The walls and roof are almost
add that sent ton
likewise I having a
be carried to the shops. Then cotton or so of the palmetto to Europe for experiment its editorial page which gave the Commercialits many cars that the engines can scarcely solid gelena) and the floor, to the depth of 6

and woolen mills must go there, for the raw the consignee writes me "of the sur- value and its influence. Its news pagesare draw them. The road pays eminently well, or 8 feet, is composed of soft lead carbon-

; materials are, and are to be, produced there prise of the manufacturers," but adds, significantly not worthy the nameof 1 a great metro- and yet for fear of diminishing dividendsthe ates. Three chambers, ranging from 70 to

' most cheaply, uniformly and better. Then terial in, "bulk the transportation would be so costly of the that raw man-ma- politan afternoon paper. -\They' show bad or directors do not stop even at manslaughter. 120 feet in length and averaging about 8 feet .

look at the advantages of the extra hours of ufacturers must, and no doubt will, erect factories rather no editing, no enterprise, and a deplorable in diameter, radiate from the main cone, '

L daylight in a }.ear's run. This, of itself, is for the whole process in your delightful lack of information on the part of Charles Delmonico, the last of the familyof and are of about the same formation of gal

a no small matter. As the South grows section:1" As the supply of the "raw mate- the persons responsible for them. But all caterers whose skill in providing for the ena. These three passages have numerous
rial is inexhaustible, and as no
stronger and stronger, the wealth, culture section of practically the South offers greater facilitiesfor : this was overlooked in the vigor and terse- wents of gastronomes has given them an in- small ones running off in every direction,

t and power of the country will be centered procuring it, we may no doubt look for ness of the short editorial articles at which ternational reputation, is very ill. Too close and in them the carbonates are of higher

I there until she will become not alone the the establishing of palm paper factories' :Mr.: Hastings was an adept.It application has brought on an affection of grade, and they run much better in silver.

g mistress of America" but the central empireof along mode our of rivers transporting, which will the raw afford material the easiest to- is true that much 'of their sparkle depended the brain, which, though not serious at pres- The ore can be easily detached."
the world. the mills, and when utilized the most favor- upon the proof'' reader. Such a ent, may develop fatally. The genial face

I Commenting on which, the Savannah able opportunities for shipping. Speaking clever man and professional writer as Mr. and pleasant manners of Charlie will be THE FLORIDA BARGE CANAL. '

Morning Sews says : of which, and the singular advantages pos- Hastings was, his English at times was woe- missed by the habitues, although the throngsare
evidence of one of the best thinkers sessed by St. Mary's as the Atlantic terminusof HOW IT WILL REVOLUTIONIZE THE COMMERCE
If the the Mississippi canal, so soon to be inau- fully bad, and the proof: reader had to do not as great at the Twenty-fourth street OF THE SOUTH.
and of the boldest
in New England one gurated, one of the reports says : the polishing. If he failed. to do it well, resort as they used to be. The Brunswick, General L. McLaws who returned
reasoners in America is worth anything in "There neither ice nor snow, fogs nor there was a pandemonium' in Mr. Hastings'room the Hoffman House and the St. James Ho- some
estimating the future of the South, we haveit storms, mar the prospects of the merchant or days ago from the North, was found yester-
in which he with his tel have drawn
squeaking voice away a great deal of the cus-
from Wendell Phillips that not only will the navigator,but harbors, easy of access and day by a Morning News reporter seated at his
open, in a delicious climate all the year round. and command of what Texans call "cuss tom, which, in former years, never dreamed desk in the
private room, busi-
the South absorb all the cotton manufacturing invite the largest and most profitable com- words," had the floor. He was very quick going elsewhere., .Delmonico is worth, ly with official
interests of this but also in the world winter and engaged correspondence and.
country merce
summer tempered, and a mistake, no matter how it is said, at least six millions, the result ofa business
old while her alike. relating to his office.
those of the countries cheap
Keenly appreciated both in this trivial, might at any moment be followedby life time of skill, industry and thrift.
country several
iron and coal must inevitably place her in Noticing maps of Florida and the
and in Europe, these advantages have been instant dismissal. At'the same time "he
the front rank in all other manufactories proposed barge canal of Florida scattered
pointed out by journalists of eminence on "
wore no frills, as the saying is. When not
requiring those materials." both sides of the Atlantic. The New York NEWS NOTES. about the room, the reporter inquired how
in of his irascible moods
The truth of such predictions is being Sun has already spoken in no uncertain one he was kindly that scheme was progressing, and what were

verified Cotton mills sound of the great future of both St. Marys and considerate to even the most abject The :New York Times has reduced its sub- the prospects for the canal being built.
every day. are and Fernandina "the twin cities the ''
by "tramp printer. His hand was always .
and mills scription price to $6 per annum. Its completion i is only a matter of time, '
built, the machinery from Northern sea, at the mouth of the greatest marine ready to relieve distress, and he largelyand
moved to the South, in rapidly increasing highway in the world ; and to these favora- gave Some land in the city of London lately the General replied. "Its construction is
ble cities add in, such, a ,manner,;ffiai,bis-left hand -, ,' -was- x --- "-"'....
we can?now most aptly and already assured 7capitalists; backed with
numbers while those which have been l sold at the rate of$3,3ooOOO-an
; acre.
in conclusion, the eloquent peroration of knew not what his right hand did. His and
ability energy, have taken hold of the
running for some years are increasing their Mr. Wendell Phillips : death will be regretted by many. It is There are 200,000 commercial travelers in
the thousand. As the South and matter, and it only remains to carry out the
capacity of spindles by grows stronger stronger the : the United States.
scarcely three weeks that I saw him at They cost their em-
wealth, culture and power of the country will be ago surveys that have been made, and the whole
Eminent manufacturers, during a recent centered there, until she will become, not alone the Monmouth Park racecourse, sauntering ployers, it is estimated, $600,000,000 a year. commerce of the South will be revolutionized. -

visit to the mills, have told the writer thatit the mistress of America, but the central empireof about with one of the few old cronies that Ten Indian girls, selected from the Rose- ."

was impossible to compete with the man- the world!" were left to him, :Mr. Leonard Jerome. They bud and Pine "
Under such circumstances we not Cheyenne, Ridge agencies, in What would be the length of the canal -
ufacturers of the South, where productionwas truly say to those who have may already cast were indulging in some old reminiscences, Iowa, are on their way to Philadelphia to ?"

carried on under so many more favorable their lot with her, Beati suet possid ntes," and recalled some of the amusing charac- enter the Lincoln Institute. "About one hundred and twenty-five-

conditions. So patent was this in 1880, and to those about to do so, "Come and wel- istics of those that had gone before them. miles-extending from the St. Marysriverthrough -
The man who painted the spire of the Ro-
that while few mills North were earning a come? ALEX. CURTIS.St. Desnite. his__ snnnr_n_ .. white___n__ _hnir____, air_'_ HAdnpcz___.;... the Okefinokee Swamp to St. Marks-
I Mary's, Ga., September 18, 1883. man Catholic Church in Omaha was photo- on the Gulf and this would shorten the
dividend, many! barely paying expenses, and was as jaunty as a youngster of twenty. If graphed standing on the cross 210 feet above distance to the Mississippi about seven hundred --'

some actually going into bankruptcy, the BATS. anybody had told him that he would not the miles

Southern mills were paying dividends at The average person is in deadly fear of a live the first half of September he would pavement. What would be the cost of the undertaking --

the rate of from 15 to 35 per cent., and add bat-I mean the little winged mouse known have laughed at him. The voting population of the State of Indi- ?"

ing spindles by the thousand out their scientifically as Cheiropter, a name derived ana now numbers 499,833, an increase of "At a rough e tiJllatenbut$7OOOOOOulld
of from the Greek words meaning winged As :Mr.: Hastings had no'sons he took up in six The this is a trifling sum when compared with
48,007 colored
voters have
profits hands. But this little beast is a perfectly his nephews(his brother's sons), and brought years. the estimated cost of the ship canal, a wholly
One manufacturer pointed out a significant harmless, useful creature, which might be increased about 25 per cent, and now num- unfeasible undertaking at $60,000,000."
them on his paper one by one. The eldest, "How would it take
long build
item in the cost of the raw material turned to a useful domestic service insteadof ber 10298. to this
being batted to death with brooms: when- John, has been managing editor for years, canal?"
alone-the difference: in a bale of cotton to ever it appears indoors on a summer even- and assisted on the editorial page. Hugh is The Lightship anchored on Frying Pan "A contractor who has had experience in

a Xew England and Georgia manufacturer ing. I have two or three in my house. financial editor. Schoolcraft is and dra- Shoals, off the North Carolina coast, which canal construction states,that with machinery -,

being about $10 in favor of the Southern Every night they skim around the ceilings city went adrift in the recent gale and which it now employed, the work can be done at
and walls of the rooms and pick off the matic editor, while another lad, one of Mr. the rate of ten miles in ninety days. With
manufacturer and some of the Northern was feared might be lost has been discoveredand
; flies, so that in the morning the whole house Hastings' sons-in-law, is in the countingroom. this progress it would require but a compar-
mills used upwards of thirty bales a day! is clear of these pests and also the clothes They are what is called nice fellows, towed into a North Carolina port in atively short time to dig the entire one hun-

Mr. Phillips ably pointed out other advantages moths, which it captures. In the day theygo safety, with her crew of ten men all on dred and twenty-five miles.
possessed by the manufacturer in to sleep in the attic, the scuttle being left but not clever and have no weight. John board. With the first ten miles constructed, the
the open for them. There they hang in a bunch has caught the knack of expressing himself canal will be extended from the St. Marysto
I II I and which are applicable not together, each by one hind foot, head down- editorially very much like his uncle. But Some workmen digging a ditch near Mu- the Okefinokee Swamp-the summit level
only to the manufacturer of cotton, but ward, to a rafter and all folded of the entire 125 miles. This will
together in while a master of the tricks of language and nice, Ind., a few days ago, found at a shallow swamp
almost all other industries. As an instance, their wings. Thus, as Goldsmith said : then be drained, and 600,000 acres of land
thought which made the dead man's edito- depth the skeleton of a huge mastodon, will be obtained in Georgia, and about 200-
The silent bats in "
in a branch of drowsy clusters
industry possibly not con- cling, rials so unique, he lacks the business and the femur measuring over 4 feet in length 000 in Florida. With this land, which is

templated by him-that of ship building : dart until evening, when they come down and information, not to speak of the and 18 inches in diameter and the ribs over granted to the company in consideration ofdrainage
about the experienceof
One of the Government rooms like swal'ows, but the
naval capital will be ob-
inspectors, avoid the light, which they do not seem to his uncle. The Commercial has thus far 4 feet in length. The bones are in a good tained to necessary the undertaking comple-
of the carry
speaking suitability of this sectionfor
state of ''
like.Of - been a valuable piece property. Whetherit preservation.A tion.
such business, stated that "in all his the habits of this little creature Forest
experience can the water for the canal
will be
able to maintain its is
of the coat from Maine to Pensacola he and Stream says : "There is a singular property prestige Pittsburg jury gave a verdict against a be obtained?"

knew of no such favorable site for ship-luttding with which the bat is endowed too remarkable doubtful. railroad company for the amount of money "From the undrained portions of the-

as the St. river." The and curious to be passed altogether Another exponent of personal journalism stolen from a passenger in a sleeping car. swamps. The summit level of the canal
opinion was unnoticed. The wings of these creatures will be 117 feet above tide
water. This level
passed This Mr. "
on Wednesday. was
"Since the defendant
evoked by the fact, mentioned in connection consist of a delicate and nearly-naked the Judge charged, will extend from the eastern border of the-
membrane of great size the Charles J. Foster, the editor of the Sportsman "sold a ticket for $2 in addition to the
with the building of the steam-tug considering size regu- marsh a distance of seventy miles. The-
Gladiator at St. Mary's viz that of the body ; but, besides this, the nose is, and undoubtedly the best authority on lar rates of passage, offered the facilities of level will then be lowered until the Gulf is
: during the
in some varieties, furnished with a mem- thoroughbred horses and racing in this coun- reached, and the lower levels will be .-
sleeping as an inducement to the extra sup-
period of nine months which elapsed "from branous foliation, and in others the exter- pay plied from the "
nal membranous try. A man of strong convictions, he never it bound itself to its ., swamps.
the time her keel was laid till her wheel ears are greatly developed. money protect patrons Is there a prospect for any immediate
turned," no mechanic lost one day's These membranous tissues have their sensi- hesitated to express them in good terse An- while they were asleep and for the time be- work being done?''
wages bilities so high that something like a glo-Saxon. His of books and "
from new knowledge ing helpless. "It is probable that the first ten miles '
,: bad weather; while, as a Northern ship sense is thereby developed, as if in aid of
will be
the world at large was extensive, and his constructed at an early date. This
builder present remarked, "had the same sions the sense which of the sight.air in The modified impres- love for the thoroughbred horse was as keenas Peoria has only forty thousand inhabitants will place the undertaking before the people,

work been done North, three -months' delay quiescence or in motion his but there is one respect in which it is and they will see that it is to be carried
in however slight communicates,the tremulous knowledge of its history was wide, through.
time and loss of wages would not have of its the biggest city in the land. There is
been jars currents, its temperature, and his appreciation of its good points was no "What opposition is there to the enter-
exceptional. the indescribable conditions of such por- thorough. Mr. other from which the Government receives prise?"
Belmont the Messrs. Lorillard
Even in the matter of coal and iron min tions of the air as are in contact with differ- "The
Mr. Cassatt so large an amount of internal revenue. great source of opposition are the
ent bodies are all apparently and other wealthy gentlemen -
ing, and their appreciated by railroads. They are opposed to the canal
contingent the Thirteen immense distilleries
make this
the bat. If the of bat be who I
eyes a covered up, went into racing and breeding, because it will offer cheap water
Southern -
States seem destined to outstrip or if it be cruelly deprived of sight, it will may attribute many of their successes to his centre of whisky manufacture. The tax is with which they are unable to com
their Northern rivals as it is quite clear pursue its course about a room with a thou- I cents
knowledge and advice. He advised Mr. Bel- ninety a gallon. The largest distilleryis pete. When completed it will open up the
from all late statistics, that in the latter both sand objects in its way, avoiding them all, mont I under contract to send every drop of the entire Mississippi valley, and will offer ratesin
neither dashing against a wall nor touching to breed the III Used,?despite the opposition between
transportation Eastern
Alabama and
Georgia and Tennessee are aheadof the smallest thing, but threading its way of other advisers to that stallion, product to France, to be used in the native Western markets with which no other thoroughfare -

Pennsylvania in the economic output of with the utmost precision and quickness, and the 111 Used is now the most promisingsire wines of that vine-clad country.At can compete."

the raw materials; while in the subsequent and passing adroitly through apertures and "What is the distance between the west-
interspaces of threads placed in the East. Mr. George L. Lorillard a meeting of the stockholders of the
process of manufacture the climate of these purposely ern terminus of the canal at St. Mark's and
favored across the apartment. This endowment, regrets to this day that he did not follow Mr. Florida Ship Canal and Transit Companyheld the Mississippi river?"

turer Southern States gives the manufac- which almost exceeds"belief, has been abundantly Foster's advice and buy Iroquois as a yearl- in New York Monday last, the boardof "About 384 miles,and this entire distance,

unquestionable advantages, "inas- demonstrated. ing. His brother him with the exception of about 33 miles, is /
This quiet inoffensive little Pierre got instead, directors was authorized to make a con-
much, as one remarked to the writer the creature is a spanned by land-locked waters. With these
fuel and steam true insect-eater, and, like the night hawk and his name will be forever associated with tract for the construction of the canal, the 33 miles cut through, and barge communication .
alone required to heat a and whip-poor-will, spends the night in devouring the first American winner of the
Northern classic work to be started at the earliest possible established between the St. :Mary's
ters factory during our miserable win- flies, moths and other insects ; and, Derby. Most of the horses on the farm of day. The eastern terminus of the canal will and the Mississippi, the entire system of "
would run a Southern mill all the like almost every other thing in nature, it commerce in the Southern States is revolu-
round." year becomes greatly more interesting the more Mr. Cassatt, the former vice-president of the be in the vicinity of the mouth of the St. tionized, and the mouth of the Mississippiwill

Besides the we know about it.-Notes from Farm and Pennsylvania road, were bought on ::\Ir.Foster's John's river, and the canal will'run across virtually be brought to the Atlantic

great staples-cotton, coal, and Garden. advice and although indifferent the peninsula at its narrowest point. It ocean."

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!(; :I .:' "JE JIOURRAISEUL." able-looking, if'I may say so, my Lord. I Will you kiss me?" she demanded. kett, that quite the first thing to do is to "You see the likeness?" his

;f'9, ',/0; ,, '. 'r 1: r\,. Might be a housekeeper, my Lord, or even a "Well, really,'* his lordship hesitated ; discover whether this old woman's story is troubled tones inquired: of his solicitor.lordship in

:,.i1' ':' The silent chariot standeth at the door, monthly nurse." if you insist upon it-if it is absolutely ,, true or not." May I ask what likeness Lord ?"

: ': The house is hushed and still from roof to "Thank you, Curtis. I think I under- necessary." With an understanding that diligent inquiry It seems to me that he exactly my resembles
., ,l, I j '., ., floor, stand the sort of person. Well, if she calls "You are my own, own child, Henry I into the matter should be commenced the! old portrait of Hyperion Bellasis
1 f-I' 'I' :.I, .":' None heard the sound of its mysteriouswheels again, and I happen to be at home, of courseI Moss, that's what you are, God bless you ;" I forthwith, the solicitor took leave of his no- first Lord Belvidere. You remember, the the

': f l:, '; will see her. Nibloe, Nibloe, Susannah and as she spoke she fell, or rather she threw ble client. picture? It hangs over the fire-place in the

42:f' : :' Yet each its presence feels. Nibloe-now, when and where did I ever herself, upon his lordship, circled his neck large dinin -room at Beamish Castle."
'.' '' hear the name of Nibloe?" with her arms, and burst into tears., Beamish Castle was the family seat
t: ;{ :, HA ,: : No champing bit, nor tramp of pawing feet, The subject haunted and perplexed his After this manifestation of emotion she v. Huntingdonshire. in
,1. 1 '. ; .:' All dark and silent up and down the street lordship for the remainder of the day.III. became garrulous, and at great length, employing When Lord Belvidere next met his legal I remember the picture" said the law-
)J' ,," not it waiting words and ]herself adviser, it was observable that Mr. Foskett's
:' 'J .:.,: And yet thou may'st keep many permitting yer, "but I don't see the likeness. I never
i I;; there. various digressions and irrelevances, she brow" was somewhat clouded. do see likenesses."
I '\ ,:,>!', For one last kiss or prayer. told a very strange story. His lordship lis- It is curious, very curious," he observed ; What am I to to him ?"
shaded shed
. It asked
was evening a lamp a say his
: "there
circumstances in this I findit
,: ; tened with amazement, with alarm, almost are case
lordship with
; with other interchanged softened mellow yellow light upon the hard to account for. At the time I some agitation. What are
'h words some strange
;,: ,; 1 ; The with horror. He tried hard not to believe same we to do with him ?"
:, ,:i j scene. her, but he found himself gradually driven venture to say that there is very little this "You would like "
Lord Belvidere in his comfort- something to drink?
i }' I,, Strike cold across us like loved eyes estranged was sitting from the position of incredulity"he bad claimant could possibly carry into court said the lawyer to the visitor.
t, :,' :' that are not fraught; our able, well-carpeted, warmly curtained study; taken up in the first instance and had endeavored with him:'
,* Withthings of coffee stood a little table be- His lordship was so clearly settling down
'01. > : that are a cup upon to and maintain. You have seen Mrs. Nibloe?" asked his
N side him he smoking a cigarette the occupy into helplessness that Mr. Foskett felt boundto
was ,
: f Fade like sun-struck star. ; lordship."I .
: a Her story was to this effect. He was not
to the helm it
of go as were.
while an ivory paper-knife a large have heard Mrs. Nibloe
the real Lord Belvidere his repeat the story "
:, and ornamental sort-it had almost the ; name was Harry Right you are," answered Mr. Moss. I
'r : '. t And thou too weak and agonized to lift as- Moss he was her own child whom she she told your lordship."
, The cup to quench thy dying thirst, or shift pect of harlequin's wand-he cut the leavesof employed; as nurse in the Bellasis family, "You have found Harry Moss?" am always game for a drink. I came thirsty
lIt. t:. 1 Thy pillow, now without our help must rise, a new magazine in which an article writ- had substituted for the infant heir to the, I have found the young man known as into the world, it's my belief, and I shall go
thirsty out of it I don't much
:' Nor wait ministries. ten by himself was printed.! He was looking care what it
our Moss.
works for
Harry Oddly
peerage. She had, as she stated, stolen the enough, a
so long as gets into head. I'm
forward to some few hours of coziness, my not
law stationer whom I often
: 4 \ aristocratic infant from his cradle and employ. I can
Thou loved and cherished must forth warmth and entertainment one for non-intoxicating liquors. Give me
i literary
; go quiet hand Moss
laced there in its stead her plebeian and illegitimate lay my upon Harry at any mo- the "
i : intoxicating and plenty of 'em.
; .. alone, when Curtis announced the return of Mrs. ment."
.' None thee ) to the door not offspring.' Curtis was bidden to bring a bottle of "
7. ,. sees fondly one; Nibloe. "
t Where, then, was the rightful heir, the He is a nice, worthy, respectable sort of
tI'M t No head is turned to see thee go; we stay I must see her, of course" said his lord- real Lord Belvidere? young man ?'' his lordship asked in a hesi- champagne." "
t Where thou art not and with he closed the Do you mean it? cried Mr. Moss exci-
: ,. pray. ship a sigh, as magazine ; tating
Wholly ignorant of his origin of the rank way.
r t i tedly. "No larks! I never tasted real chain
he had been much interested in his contri-
That is how I should describe
No panel bars thy white, resistless feet, bution to the work. "Show Mrs. Niblce in." he was entitled to, he bore the name of him," said Mr.hardly Foskett. but once, and I've dreamed of gooseberriesever

; I Our walls are mist to thee ; out in the street There entered a lady whose face for the Harry Moss, and he gained a very humble I mean of course taking into account since. I call this prime," he said presently -

It waits, it waits for thee, for thee alone ; moment seemed to be all smiles as her fig- and precarious, indeed rather what mabe the peculiar, circumstances, of his position." after Curtis had twice filled his glas.
; I Arise let 1" called a deadly livelihood, by toiling as a"writer" "Thank as are so I don't
,, us begone ure appeared to be all courtesies and obeis- I that you, you pressing.
too said the "No
mean ,
! } at a law stationer's in Cursitor mind if I do take another. Your
. : l' ances. She was of florid complexion ; her he's not what I should jolly good
call nice
'% alone thine awful street, Chancery Lane. a 'ealths "
: ; Alone upon way hair was auburn, but perhaps by a lawyer my noble swells. And he drained
i. l' Dd show thee kindness? I When, after some hours, Mrs. Nibloe with- young man. But he writes an excellent
w t any Any stay I would be described as rather of her own by a bumper in honor of his hosts."He's .
t. ;..: .. Thy heart? Or does the silent charioteer i purchase than by descent; her costume was drew from the Albany, her speech was a lit- hand. He earns five-and-twenty" shillings a a cad" murmured Lord Belvidere ;

:r '.- ;' Whisper : Be of good-cheer?" I of the variegated, radiant and flamboyantorder. tle hazy, her gait uncertain, and her wonted week-when" he is sober. "he really is a frightful cad. But no doubthe
He is not sober? Lord
always inquired
':: : brightness eye was certainly veiled. She means well."
In other she justified Curtis' -
bra y ; We know not. None may follow thee afar respects had concluded her story, and the decanterof Belvidere. I warned lordship if
account of her she was fifty perhaps your you remem-
; He is often drunk said Mr. Foskett.
!"''. ; None hear the sound of thy departing car. and she stout of form she might Geneva which Curtis had produced was ber, that he was not a very nice young
. .:. : k Only vast silence, like a strong, black sea, was ; very nearly empty. A strange odor of spiritswas The lawyer then set forth some further man," whispered the lawyer.
have been housekeeper or even a monthlynurse.
+ of the the result of his in-
, rr::.,": Rolls in 'twixt us and thee. She owned a bright and rolling eye, over all the room. particulars. case, "But, of course, fortune has not been
She left Lord Belvidere-for it will be vestigation.His
-EU' Hopkins. so kind to him it be that he has been
t" H much vivacity of expression, and a voice of ; may
born at Folkestone. The
lordship was
. convenient still to describe him-a shattered
."i .'t t,i fruity quality, somewhat husky in certainof creature. His nerves were all unstrung, late Countess of Belvidere had been taken very cruelly used, deprived during: many
of his just rights. That must be
. ,: MY LORD BELVIDERE. its tones. years
ill there she had
suddenly just crossed the
, .IJ.! his cheeks were blanched, his voice was a ; borne in mind."
.y. Your lordship has quite forgotten me, I Channel and her to London.
'" mere whisper his heart throbbed painfully. was on way \
:Mr. Foskett raised his
eyebrows and his
: ? she said
. interrogatively.
',' t I. The nearest medical man was sent for. Her
Altogether he was most miserable. He stag-
shoulders but said no word. He had
, :" ;t Phoebus Bellasis the sixth earl Pray be seated, Mrs. Nibloe, he replied child born and for hoped
,a i Adolphus gered to a sofa and threw himself full length prematurely, some that the of Mr. Moss would have
:' ;, 1 of Belvidere, occupied chambers in the Alp with evasive politeness. I recollect the upon it, covering his face with his hands. time its life was despaired of, the while the had its due appearance effect his
:i: t ; Considered from the name; at least, I think I may say that I countess' nurse Nibloe herself Mrs. upon lordshipwouldhave
: h bany, Piccadilly. point It seemed to him impossible!: to doubt the completely discredited Mrs. Nibloe's
1 of view of the Lord Belvidere' have some recollection of the name of Nib- Moss but believed to be unmarried had been
i' .; peerage my truth of Mrs. Nibloe's statement-it was set story, and ended all questions of the
i:... 'j_ was but a poor man ; contemplated from the loe. forth with such convincing circumstantiality. engaged as nurse to the child. She had reported man's claim to the young
' lower level occupied by the commonalty, he Perhaps the name of Moss" may be more He could not persuade himself for a at the time that her own child, to "And now gents peerage., I ask what

'f. 11,1; was very comfortably, even luxuriously, familiar to your" lordship ? moment that the woman was capable of inventing which she had lately given birth, was dead. want with me? What may can I do for you?"
!,t. ;;.J provided for. The house of Bellasis claimed "Possibly, said Lord Belvidere, with a so very remarkable a narrative.His She now confessed that her statement in he asked. you

\ 'i tt 1, to be of most ancient descent; its titles were vague" glance at his visitor." lordship passed a wretched night.IV. that respect was false. He had been gazing round the room with
,I I g'' not acquired, however, until early in the My first was Moss, explained the lady ; In fact," commented Mr. Foskett, thewoman's
quick-shifting eyes,noting furniture, the
ti "at least he would have been first if
t : when for my tremendous liar there's doubt
t If ; eighteenth century, sundry services a no decorations, not admiringly, but with a pert
' had happened as they ought to have
rendered the State certain things about it and she be
:", r to a Hype- everything says must air of ridicule and
: rion Bellasis, goldsmith and jeweler, who happened. I was always known as Mrs. What was to be done? Lord Belviderewas received with extreme caution. She wouldbe disparagement, contempt.
I afraid he looks
+ i' Moss until I married Nibloe. I call Nibloe quite clear on one point he must con- am terribly: like a pick-
: ; j: was said to have made a fortune by trading ; shattered all to pieces in the witness-box.: pocket," mused Lord Belvidere.
(i4. ;It largely in Irish diamonds, was created Baron my second. sult his solicitor. The next morning found Her evidence without corroboration,. wouldbe
And Mr. Nibloe survives ?" his his closeted with "You are employed by Mr. Took, of Cur-
lordship lordship Mr. Foskett, of "
I, i'i r Bellasis, Viscount Bellamont, and Earl of of no sort of value. "
q''f1' '" 1 Belvidere, all in the peerage of Ireland. The inquires. Not that he was in the least interested Furnival's Inn. who had during many Mr. Foskett went on to say that he had sitor"That's street? began I've worked the lawyer.

;;;;4f i'' i large fortune possessed by the first Earl had concerning the existence of Mr. Nib- years acted as the confidential legal adviseVof found a medical practitioner at Folkestone, so. pretty regularly
for old Took
) r loe but he felt that it behooved him to II the Bellasis Foskett thick- altogether. He sacks me now
\ say family. was a
1"i:i suffered much in the hands of his less prudent calling himself Dr. Battersby-now a very and then, but he's generally glad to take me
; something. set gentleman, with a rich, deep, strong
: and thrifty successors and of late years old man-whose books showed that he had
For I back
;f1 i Ii Dear me, no," answered the lady, I'm voice, very white hair, standing erect, keen been on again. myself to do more
;' the family estates in the Province of Con- in attendance at the birth of the child and better than of the whole
' ., I p! a widder again. Nibloecouldn't abide mar- brown eyes a red face, and rude gnarled any billing of
:; naught had not proved specially produc-I called Harry Moss ; and further, that he had law-writers, when I'm in the humorandwhen
:,;l i' I ; + tive. But during the long minority of the ; ried life. He was in the seafaring way of features. His manner was pleasantly frank assisted at the entrance into the world of the I ain't drunk he added
t i + f! .: sixth Earl his property had been heedfully business. He married me for my money. I and hearty, if a little abrupt. Earl of Belvidere who was then-for his candidly.
didn't know it then but I know it To Mr. Foskett Lord Belvidere "I've got through a good many folios for
.' now. repeated
" M j nursed for him ; he was the owner of valuable father was still living, though absent in Ire- office Mr. Foskett
t" We did live So and at Mrs. Nibloe's extraordinary your taking one thing
: ( : lands in Huntingdonshire, and of a not very happily together. fully length land-designated by his lordship's second with and
I 'I.t .. town house in Pimlico, now usually) in the in a fit of temper-he had always a nasty story. title of Viscount Bellamont. It was upon law if conveyancing,
' : had Nibloe-he had ran from 'The woman's mad said :Mr.\ Foskett common you'll excuse my mentioning -
temper away ,
; : : ; occupation of his lordship's grandmother, the doctor's recommendation that Mrs. Moss it.'%
me, went to sea again, and was drowned simply ; mad, without a doubt. There are
; ', ,: the Dowager Countess of Bellamont. Hislordship's had been engaged to fulfill those maternal "Is law-writer's hard life?"
a a
:' That was the end of Nibloe. so mad women in the world. In
,-: r mother had been dead some years. many duties which the Countess' unfortunate state Belvidere
Lord rather .
;; i/ ; For some time before her demise the delicate Poor Nibloe !" murmured Lord Belvi point of fact, every other woman you meetis of health forbade her to undertake. I timidly."I
i .,r.', ; state of her health had compelled her dere, sympathetically. But, upon the whole, more or less mad. And they're fond of "What is really curious about old Dr. shouldn't say it was a soft one:' re-
;{ ;' :. ladyship to seek a Southern climate ; she he was not disposed to marvel at the run- going about telling stories of this sort. A Battersby's evidence is this," said :Mr.\ Fos- plied Mr. Moss. "Sometimeit's it's what you

', had remained abroad, visiting England only ning away of his visitor's husband. woman no sooner becomes a mother than kett. "As I have already mentioned, he is may call a stopping-up-all-night and
: : J at long intervals. She died at Rome, and "And now, may I ask," said his lordship she thinks something strange has happenedto a very old man, and it is unnecessary to accept working- the hair off your head sort of

,. ,: .:' was interred in the Protestant cemetery after a pause, to what I am indebted for her child, that it has been changed at his statement implicitly : he has no life. Sometimes it's write, write, write, till

i .,- '", i there beneath the shadow of the well-known the honor of Mrs. Nibloe's visit?" nurse for somebody else's, orsome nonsenseof record of the fact, and his memory may be you seem going blank blind, and your eyes
'fir t! }. pyramid of Cains Cestius. "I was anxious to see your lordship once that sort. Your Mrs. Nibloe wanted a altogether at fault. But he declares with feel like dropping out of your head. And I

!1': Lord Belvidere was of low stature and again." good shaking, my Lord. There's a wonderful much positiveness that he distinctly recol- then there comes the cramp in your fore I
spare figure ; his complexion was colorless, "That anxiety is, I am sure, most gratify lot of women going about who want a lects that the Countess' child was of a dark arm, and your fingers turn all pins-and- I
his features were insignificant. There was ing and flattering to me. And-was that good shaking. She's mad, depend upon it." complexion-oras he puts it, 'a black-headed needles, and you'd give the world for forty I

: little light in his large, short-sighted, pale all, Mrs. Nibloe?" Mr. Foskett was a bachelor. baby'-the while he is equally certain that winks, only you daren't take :ell1. Anddon't !
hAh !1" she cried with of Lord Belvidere shook his head. He your head burn, and don't feel a
blue eyes ; his hair was of a sandy, flaxen some abruptness was Mrs. Moss' infant was fair, or as he says, 'a you
hue and a feeble moustache straggled about manner, "I see that your lordship has clean not to be persuaded that Mrs. Nibloe was white-headed baby.' pain inside you as though you'd swalloweda l

,, his upper lip. Yet a certain air of refine- forgotten me Why, I was your lordship'sfirst mad. "Then so far," said his lordship. "Mrs. live snake and couldn't digest him, and he
ment attended him; he was graceful of nurse. I've rocked your lordship to Then she was drunk," said Mr. Foskett, Nibloe's storv is confirmed." was setting to work to turn round and bite

'' bearing and movement ; he was always sleep in these arms many and many's the decisively.His Well said the lawyer it may be his way back again to daylight It's precious -

1 } tastefully and carefully dressed, and it was time. Why, when your lordship was but a lordship was unable to accept this ex- viewed as in a degree confirming her story. hard to stay awake sometimes, I know,
blessed infant, lordship was never so planation of the case. don't though you may drink the blackest coffeeand
Nf held that he wore invariably the look of one your But it amounts to very little. I see
,. I '1' ; of gentle birth and breeding. He was a happy as when in your Mossy's\ arms. For Something must be done, he said. Inquiry that much importance should be attachedto take pinches of the strongest snuff-
? ,1 I : : Mossy was what yourlordshipalways called must be made. Mrs. Nibloe's story must be this old man's story. Very likely his they mix powdered glass with it a purpose

,.'1 ; your faithful nurse in them happy times. sifted. That it was true, in part at any rate, memory has played him some trick. Thereis they tell me--to keep your eyes open and

::1i try, and the fine arts, but not venturing very Mossy was almost the first word as your he could not doubt. The woman had certainly no particular reason why he should recollect sneeze yourself into liveliness. No, law-
far or deeply into those troubled waters- lordship ever spoke." been in the service of his mother. He I in these cases which baby was black- writing isn't Paradise ; I doubt if it's much

not much above his ankles, so to speak. Indeed Did I take the liberty of calling you had some recollection of her himself, but he headed and which was white-headed. He worse than penal servitude,though of courseI

it cannot be said that he had in any Mossy?" Lord Belvidere inquired vaguely. was not, he admitted, very clear upon the does not pretend to recollect the complexions don't speak" from experience ; I've never
respect greatly distinguished himself. He I fear that your lordship has forgottenall subject. And then this young man, knownas i of other children he helped into the tried that.

I': had quitted Oxford without taking a degree about me." Harry \1oss-whom she declared to be world about the same time, or, indeed, long "But if the choice were permitted you,
1 ; he had traveled and could make commonplace Let me say that I only dimly rememberyou the real Lord Belvidere-must be looked for I afterward." what would you wish to be-how would
observations in various foreign :Mrs\ \10ss-\1rs. Nibloe I should rather and discovered. "I must have been what he would call a you employ yourself?" asked his lordship.

,.t tongues ; he had written one or two ven'tolerable call you. :Many\ years have, of course, I don't know that it is:' our business to white-headed baby," said his lordship, '* Well. sometimes I think I'd like to goon
articles in a high-class magazine ol f elapsed since the time you have referred to. look for him," observed Mr. Foskett. No thoughtfully. the turf; those flash book-makers have a

small circulation. In politics he had not, I hope I am not ungrateful for any kindnessI doubt he'll be forthcoming fast enough. Asa Possibly," observed Mr. Foskett with fine time of it, it seems to me. SometimesI

,; w found that he could take any interest ; he have received in the past from you, or indeed rule claimants are not much troubled with the air of one reluctant to make any admis- fancy myself keeping a public house, all
U was wont to profess himself a Liberal, for from any other person." modesty or fond of keeping in the back- sion whatever. gas-lights and looking-glass and adulterated
r that seemed the best course a man could "Your lordship has very good reason to ground. If there's anything in the case at And this Harry Moss?" drinks. I'd like to wear the real thing in

pursue whose opinions were inchoate, indistinct be grateful to me if you knew all." all-which I very much question-your "Well, oddly enough, this Harry Moss is clothes rings on my fingers, a shiny hat

N : unsettled, and incoherent; but he If I knew all ? Is there anything, then, lordship may rely upon meeting with this a black-haired young man, with a complexion with a curly brim on my head, and a prime
1.,'' was not a representative peer, and he had I do not know and should know ?" Mr. Harry Moss before long. of a tallowy sort." weed in my mouth.. I'd like to go to a
4 ; never courted an English constituency. Altogether "A many things," Mrs. Nibloe replied If Mrs Nibloe's story is true, of course "I must see him," said Lord Belvidere. music hall every night, and marry the girl

1 i 1ii: : i.:, I he was accounted a very worthy frankly. But. it's dry work talking," she the young man is very much to be pitiedis I don't advise it, but I don't see any absolute of my heart."
added. deserving of every consideration at our to such if You love, then ?"
,+ 't young nobleman ; he had many friends, objection a course your
t, and, generally, he was much liked ; but he Pardon me, I should offer you some re hands. He has all these years been kept lordship insists upon it. I need hardly "If you must know I'm dead gone on
was by no means viewed as one of the shining freshment. You have been walking far, out of the title and property that are rightfully counsel the utmost caution in dealing with Polly Vavasour-which her real name is
; :
i lights of the peerage ; no one ventured perhaps, and are fatigued doubtless. You his. Probably he has suffered much ; him. He must be addressed in the most Muggeridge. You've never heard of her!
1 :u to reckon him among the coming men will take some tea, or a cup of coffee?" His he has been doomed to a life of indigenceand guarded way. I have taken care to ascer- You surprise me. I thought every one knew
of the time. However there are so lordship rang the bell privation, it may be I have the sincerest tain that he is altogether ignorant of Mrs. Polly Vavasour. She's in the comic singingand
.r ,so-called coining men," who never come "Coffee? It would keep me awake all compassion' for him." Nibloe's story of his origin. He is not a dancing line of business. Wonderful
to much, if they come to anything or come night. I dare not touch it. No ; if it's any- But, of course, a title and property suchas claimant as yet. He does not pretend to be favorite at the halls ; always gets double en-
.:- 1 jit all. thing it must be just the merest thought in your lordship enjoys are not abandoned anything more than what he really is-a cores wherever she appears ; pretty little
t I life of gin, hot and sweet. I'm subject to a without a struggle. We must meet this law-writer, as we say, in the employmentof girl and about as cheeky as they make 'em."
l t stitch in the side, which takes me at odd claimant, if he is to be reckoned a claimant, Mr. Took, law stationer of Cursitor His lordship sighed and glanced despair-
: II. times, and that's the only thing I ever foundto as other claimants are met-in a court of street." ingly toward his solicitor.

', ,. Lord Belvidere had returned to his chambers do me any good. justice, and he must be dealt with accordingto "How soon can I see him? I am really But I'm doing all the talking it :seem,

; from a calm amble in the Row on one His lordship, in grave tones, gave the requisite law. We shall carry the case from courtto most anxious to see him." to me," said )Ir. Moss, vivaciously. You
of the safest of hacks. orders to Curtis, who opened wide court until we, obtain a final decision For that matter, I have no doubt your sent for me, my noble swells; may one to ask
: "Any one called?" his lordship asked of his eyes. upon it. A surrender without a fight is always lordship could see him at once. I have onlyto what for?"

S his faithful servant Curtis. I suppose we have gin in the house," a mistake, as.I judge and is not to be write a line to Mr. Took. I have a clerkin The fact is," Lord Belvidere replied sud-

; i. Yes, a party had called," Curtis replied, said Lord Belvidere, doubtfully. If not thought of for a moment in this matter." attendance ; he can go down in a cab and denly, with an air of inspiration, I want

with some hesitation of manner. you will get some." I would do nothing.quixotic," said Lord bring the young man back with him, I dare some writing done, some copying, and Mr.
41 When you say a party, Curtis, am I to "And llet the water be hot," interposed Belvidere ; "at the same time I will do say, in little more than half an hour or so." Foskett was kind enough to recommend me
understand you to mean a lady or a gentleman Mrs. Nibloe, addressing herself to Curtis, nothing unjust. Directly? I find that I am to apply to you." As he spoke he took a
?" "there's a dear good young man." standing in this young man's shoes, I step bulky manuscript from one of the drawersof

The party was a female, my Lord," explained :- The refreshment, brought and consumed, out of them. Let him show that he is really VI. his desk. "I want a fair, neat copy of

t. Curtis. had a stirring and unlocking effect upon Lord Belvidere, and I change places with "Hope I see you well, gents both" said this work. It is, in point of fact, a poem, in
She left her name?" Mrs. Nibloe. It was as though her words him I will even consent to call myself Harry Moss upon his admission to the pres- 12 cantos-an early performance of mine,

"Name of Nibloe, my Lord. Susannah were set loose, they came flocking forth like Henry Moss, though God knows it will be ence of Lord Belvidere.The but not without merit of a certain kind, I
A Nibloe. She said your lordship would be escaped prisoners or released schoolboys ; hard." young man was perfectly calm and sometimes flatter myself."

: a sure to remember the name, and your lord- and a way to her heart seemed opened ; her "Just so," acquiesced Mr. Foskett, with a at his ease ; he was not in the least awed or '' Poetry, is it? What queer-looking stuff."

ship would be sure to see her. And she sentiments and emotions were, so to say, suspicious glance at Ins client. impressed ; there was no such thing as diffi- "Verse," explained his lordship ; the
would call upon your lordship again." proclaimed public property. "And then there is Lady Gwendoline to dence or modesty in his composition ; he Spenserian stanza. The work is partly his-

"Name of Nibloe, Susannah Nibloe," "My own boy !" she exclaimed, gazing be thought of," said his lordship.Mr. was as impudent as a London sparrow. A torical, but the chief characters are fictitious -

: Lord Belvidere repeated musingly. "Now, fondly at his lordship, who somewhat Foskett was silent. He knew as indeed thin faced young man, with a sallow, spot- It's entitled Arethusa: or The Last
when and where did I ever hear of the name winced the while; yet he felt that the affec- every one knew, for the fact had been ted complexion, straight black hair that tum- Crusade.: I want it neatly and plainly writ-

of Nibloe, Susannah Nibloe? Has she ever tion of an old servant must considerately announced in the newspapers that a matrimonial bled over his forehead, dingily dressed in a ten, and I am prepared to pay liberally.
called here before, Curtis ?" viewed-was in itself a thoroughly respectable alliance was on the .tapis-that was smeared, frayed and threadbare suit of cheap You will be kind enough to accept this on

Never to my knowledge, my Lord." and worthy thing. For you really are how it was stated-between his lordship and tweed, altogether unwholesome of aspect, an account.:'
I seem to know the name. Some old my own boy," :Mrs.\ Nibloe cried, "if the Lady Gwendoline, the daughter of the Marquis odor of stale tobacco smoke haunting him, He thrust a bank note into the soiled palm
servant, probably" truth was told and everybody had their Montacute. with a savor of public houses-was this the of'Mr.Moss.

14 She's elderly, my Lord, but not so very rights. "If Mrs. Nibloe's story is true, what am I rightful heir to the Belvidere peerage? Right you are" said the law-writer.

old ; about fifty, perhaps, and stout in proportion I really don't understand,you, Mrs. Nib to say to Lady Gwendoline?.' Lord Belvidere raised his eyeglass and He glanced at the note and whistled sig! -
f ," observed Curtis.Highly respect- loe." "I think, my Lord," suggested Mr. Fos- peered at his visitor. nificantly. He had been much overpaid.

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He contemplated his lordship and mur- annuities to the persons known as )Irs.1 should be divided into few parts in order to REAL ESTATE. I DRUGS HEDICINESE CT.
inured Nibloe and Mr. Harry Moss during be free from distractions. Fifth, it should ,
I thought as much. A noble gent with lives. avoid whatever is unnecessary or that takes
more money than wits. If I were in his "I'll be as just as I can," moaned his lord- time and strength that could be better put ;- ; EST \.nLISIIED 1873.
I'd the "I cannot be what into work The combination undergarment ... II __
place, how make sovereigns fly ship. wholly just ; man or play. V, "
"I'll copy it in double-quick time" he can ? I ought to give up everything, and I of knitted wool or cotton, or both, DRUGS
said aloud, though it seems awful rubbish should give up everything if 1 were honest. the skirt of pleated wool attached to a lining ,-y>;j' ;=- .. MEDICINES
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to look at. I never could stand poetry." But I am only indifferent honest as Hamlet waist cut with a spring over the" hip and a .. ,.,,.:.', ".....,.,>,'.........,',)'f.,>,,,.,.,,,u.1,:,,,". ,,...",..,{. .,.'.oK, V. 't:<:<...,..
"Get rid of him, for God's sake," Lord says. However, the real Lord Belvidere polonaise or woven "jersey, supplies all ',:..,.:,' "- 't.." ".1-Y'".-,'"' it>':._:..:--'\.- c::"'>:-; .',
Belvidere whispered to Mr. Foskett. "I will be amply avenged for any wrong I may the requirements for such" a dress. If the ..{f .o/t"<'- cdi..-" -;:('-S:,..;-":..: '-" HORSEY & CO.,

can't bear it any longer." have done him. Life has lost all charm for polonaise is employed the lining waist maybe farrtx : ,
The interview was abruptly brought to a me; my happiness in this world is at. an end extended so as to require only a deep- .:- .'..-:" .,. ---- ------ -----
close. forever." pleated flounce of the wool to bring it to ;

He bade Curtis pack his traveling trunks. the length of the walking skirt, thus ren- ','. ., =f IPHARMACISTSL I :
VII. He was going abroad for some time-for a dering it lighter and cheaper. The polonaise -

"He is a cad, a frightful cad," said his year possibly. He left London by an early should be pleated at the back, a part
his" forehead with his train on the morrow. of the fullness being taken out of the waist Centre Street
lordship, dabbing -. -. ,
and with whole sack front > -
cut which
h least he must be a '
handkerchief But at .. '
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for." IX. could be belted in. The sleeves should be ;. FERNAXDIXAFLORIDAKEEP ,
"I trust your lordship will do nothing Lord Belvidere was never seen in England cut very high and somewhat full at the top, ','.'- +4Florida i,.: .

precipitate," interposed Mr. Foskett. again. And little more was ever heard of so as to surround<< the arm at the socket and :- .': .';'; iY' ;,,: ':; constantly on hand a fine assort-
,' I must have time to think. Only, the him.It. allow free movement. All dress skirts madeof .' ,. of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -
wool should be attached to a lining waist, .": ', : and DOMESTIC
more I think over this wretched businessthe was reported that after wandering some .
more convinced I am that grave injus- years in Eastern Europe and Asia he had as this equalizes both warmth and weight. "' > t '* :" '>:' > : .
: .
tice has been done. It is clear to me-clear taken up his abode among the Druses of the Crape-finished wools will be much worn. ..:>. ), oo"" Drugs and Chemicals
that this dreadful cad-I beg Lebanon. He had Oriental dress f '( ,
adopted ,
as possible
Cloaks of all and sizes will be
this most unfortunate and un- and customs it said that worn. 3t> : '
his pardon, manners, ; was even :
Homoeopathic and Patent :Medicines
All kinds of hats and bonnets will be ,; ,
happy young man, I should rather sayisthe he had become a Mohammedan and had ; ,
true Earl of Belvidere, and that I am been permitted to make a pilgrimage to worn. ,
,, Proprietary and Goods
,. ,'[, Fancy
.r : : ,
the real Harry Moss. He should be here Mecca. He had acquired reputation as a Wool and velvet combinations are all the

rich, noble, prosperous, respected, and I physician, not that he understood medicine ".':C' ", t' ;a...; if \ !, ;,,:.-: ,, ::' FINE TOILET ARTICLES

should be there, in Cursitor street, copying but he had liberally dispensed certain patent rage.Very long English overskirts are worn .' ': ..,; ] .1..' ,,' -:;_'. ...Jf ....';',,, ,
legal documents to gain my bread, toiling pills he had chanced to carry with him from with plain skirts. ',' > '''''' 1)1. .
like slave, writing writing, as he describedit his native land.Travelers ,..;t ..-: j' :, t. ., '. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
Sleeves than those made for
till my eyes seemed dropping out of my in the Eeast sometimes encoun- are longer '. \,1 : :. -
head keeping myself awake with pinches of tered this eccentric Englishman ; they spokeof spring dresses. ., f. ,. IN GREAT VARIETY.

1 horrible snulr, and feeling my arm paralyzed his kindness and generosity and of the Combinations of wool,. velvet and satin -

1 with cramp, and my fingers all pins and valuable assistance' he had been prompt to will be much worn. .lJ&r Physicians' Prescriptions
needles-wasn't that what he said? What render them, but they did not hesitate to The new Louise velveteens simulate and
,, right have I to despise him? I have robbed pronounce him stark mad. He had only are invoiced velvets. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
him of his birthright. I survey him froman asked of them that they would not address reasonable prices.DR. .
Bourettes again in but
eminence to which I have mounted by him by his title. are vogne they are
not like the old bourettes.
dishonest means, at his cost, at the sacrificeof He died at Smyrna of yellow fever, when
his life I may almost say-at any rate, of his papers and personal property came under The bulk of the silk importations this fall Lands.

all that makes life worth having. Brought the charge of the British Consul there. The are Ottoman reps or travers. .

up as he has been-dragged up in the ken- strange will he left, entirely in his own hand- For the short coats the Melton and West i J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER.

nel ill-treated, starved, worked to death almost writing, was generally viewed as very com of England cloths are very popular. I

I breathing poisoned air pursuing an plete evidence of his state of dementia. He Waistcoats or plastrons, plain or pleated, PALMER BRO'S, t
unwholesome calling-what wonder that he appointed his solicitor. Mr. Foskett, his executor appear on almost all new corsages.

i is what he is, vulgar, vicious, brutal-that and bequeathed his entire property, and The Peninsular 1-=-- --+--I-4-++- I : [ I I I j I I+ I [ I i) I I j I It : ft -
he does what he does, thinks as he thinks, both real and personal, to a certain Harry Embroidery cut out applied on woolen t ,-
and silken stuffs will be much used.
drinks as he drinks-aspires to keep a pub- Moss. t PHARl\IACISTS i
lic house, good God !-and looks forward to As it happened, the bequest was of no Velvet and velveteen will be worn to ex- AND .
of the music avail and with all sorts of stuffs silk -+- II I II II ''It'I' II I n I : .HTt--
marrying Miss Polly Vavasour, ; the legacy had lapsed. Some time be- cess, even
halls, who is, as he says, as cheeky as they fore the demise of his lordship at Smyrna, gauzes.
make them 1'! In his place I should be doing Harry Moss had departed this life. His end Breton, Franklin and Elizabethan vests ---=--I|Tropical Florida Centre Street, near Depot,

the same, or worse very likely : while in my had perhaps, been hastened by the means and plastrons are all revived in the new
place he would be leading the life I lead, or of living idly and profligately with which autumn toilets. FERNANDINA
nobler one, and that might easily Lord Belvidere's had -
a better, a generosity provided For the neck and sleeve trimmings of the RAILROAD IWAMES
be. He would be here with every comfort him ; for he had been in receipt of a hand-
about him and engaged to marry Lady some income paid to him punctually by Mr. new lace dresses used.gilt braid, gilt gauze and gilt & ABSOLUTELY PURE

Gwendoline! I feel myself going mad." Foskett, of Furnival's Inn. In truth Harry are
Let me beg your lordship to compose Moss died of delirium tremens in a London All of the new gathered flounces have the ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
yourself and to take a more reasonable view hospital. Mrs. Nibloe had turned to better edges cut in leaf, dogtooth or Vandyke
of the !situation said the lawyer. Yourlordship account the annuity placed at her disposal.She points or blocks. COUNTIES OF

is far too eager to credit. this monstrous became the mistress of a beer-shop in Gilt lace and white crepe lisse, crinkled DRUGS AND- CHEMICALS
story of the change of children. For the Borough road, and there prospered re- crape and silver braid are combined in the ,

my part I refuse to believe a word of it. markably. She had given her hand to an new neckwear. ALAOHUA, Standard

There is really not a title of evidence put ex-Sergeant:; of Police, and was reputed to be Skirts cut in Vandykes: or blocks at the Patent Medicines,
forth in support of it." an exemplary wife to a husband of some- bottom
falling over a pleated flounce, are a
There is the evidence of one's own arbitrary disposition-Bclgravia. PUTNAM,
feature in fall
costumes. I TOILET ArtJcles7
senses" protested his lordship. -I Fancy f-{
"There's absolutely nothing to go to a -------- Long close-fitting cloaks, trimmed with
jury." FALL FASHIONS. five-inch bands of fur. are being made by MAR20N,

But the man's likeness to Hyperion Bel- the tailors for the coming winter. PERFUMERY,

lasis?" Many of the dark woolen dresses preparedfor One of the handsomest silk fabrics of this STJIMITIEIR: : ANDHERZ3AND0
"I don't see it. It's a freak of your lordships the present season are enlivened by season is black satin de Lyon brocaded;with LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc.
Louis XIV. waistcoats, either real or simulated -
imagination. fine cut jet beads woven into the fabric.
There are things one knows and feels to made of velvet, serge or silk. White *
.. Jackets mantles dolmans visites and cir- 23" Especial and careful attention paidto
be true, although they not be capable waistcoats with dark blue cloth costumes ,
:I of legal I demonstration.." are seen, with turn-down collars and cles, small capes and,sGUtfs make up the PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by

': Then there are things a lawyer need not lapels like a gentleman's coat. They are varied importations of fall and winter outer AT PRICES FROM an experienced Druggist.

trouble himself about," said Mr. Foskett buttoned down the front, and the great con- garments. .Jf Sr MR. RABB the Manager, will sleep
sharply. sideration is the buttons, which must be Tailor-made suits come in dark
.' I am not a lawyer, I know," admittedhis costly and in harmony with the color of the green, purplish red, dahlia very shades, gray sage, over the store. and will respond to all callsat

lordship. dress fabric. If of tweed, in heather mixtures golden brown royal, electric, sapphire, and $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All night
"I am a lawyer, and I advise your lord- enamel buttons are used, inlaid with navy blue. Belgravia and Grosvenor suit-
ship to be advised by tne. Help this young different colors-red predominating. Very ings, and black cheviot and Lucknow serges.
fellow if you like. I don't say that he's avery stylish-looking promenade costumes made
but his is of olive green and dark myrtle green,crossed Superfine broadcloths, with closelywovensurfaces
deserving object position no London cloths in herring-bone these lands are in the centralpeninsular
doubt, hapless enough, and he is the son ofa with hair lines of old gold or cardinal,.have
woman who acted as nurse in your lord- waistcoats of dark green velvet or royal car- used patterns, and irregular twilled cloths are portion of the State, and

ship's family, and was for some time in the dinal serge, fastened with small gold but- for the popular tailor-made costume. within fifteen miles of Railroads in
service of the late Countess, your mother. tons and trimmed with gold braiding in Sets of embroideries on gold and silver

But stop there. Rid your mind of all ro- arabesque designs.A gauze and net or black, white and tinted successful operation, traversing a territory -
mantic notions about this fellow's origin. nets are sold at prices varying from $150 to
of New York
young: lady lately arrived which is
Turn a deaf ear to Mrs. Nibloe's nonsensicalfable. from abroad $250, such embroideries forming the trimming being more rapidly
a trip
wore a recent
It's suited to the stage or the circu- a walking dress made upon by Pingat. The occasion and the greater part of the dress. settled and developed than any other Eo NDAII'S

lating library, but it won't bear the test of material of soft ladies' For dressy winter o ot
was evening
gray cloth. The Jtoilets, trans- part of the State. 'SLAV C E _
daylight and comparison with the condi- skirt was kilted and the deep cutaway jacket parent stuffs of all colors will be worn, suchas
tions of real life. Instruct me to assist this fitted like a sheath. The overdress had a silk, gold and silver gauzes and nets, with The fertility of the soil and accessi-

young man and then forget him. I'll engage long and full apron front, and was much satin velvet, chenille and feather embroideries :StiA;:S>i!'l L l It; !1..., d_' V
that you will hear no more of this draped in the back. Underneath the open the figures very solid, while the groundsare bility to the largest and best markets THE1081' ( as it is certain in its

claim-made( on his behalf, not by himself. jacket was worn a very close-fitting waistcoat very open. make these lands particularly desira- effects and does not blister. READ PROOF-:
you will bear in mind. He knows nothingof of dark red cloth, with wide flaps cov- BELOW.
the matter. Be assured that your lord- ering the pockets at the side. The petite the handsomest new applique embroideries used on rable for the cultivation of fruits and
= evening, dinner and ball
ship's title, estates and property are all
strictly and justly your own, and that you lady trim in little her snug robin costume redbreast.The reminded. one ofa dresses consist of large and small bouquets, early vegetables for shipment. For Saved. Him 1,800.00.
cannot arabesque and Oriental designs of all
be deprived of them.
But Lord Belvidere could not or would matinale is a tight-fitting, semi-long fruits, pastilles, macaroons and convention- large immediate profits there is ADAMS. N. Y., January 30, 1882.

not be convinced. Over and over again he paletot of cheviot cloth in a check patternof alized objects, wrought in chenille, silk floss, no industry in Florida equal to the Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
reminded himself of the resemblance of indistinct colors, with all the outlines pearl, gold, silver and iridescent beads of GENTS--Having used a good deal of your
Harry Moss to the portrait of Hyperion Bel- bound with very dark red braid. There area the fin{.equality, and gold and sil ver threads raising of early vegetables for Northern Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I

lasis, he repeated the story told by Mrs. Nib- double turn-down collar and double cuffs. on foundations of satin, silk, velvet, gold markets. thought I would let you know what it has,
loe, and he dwelt upon Dr. Battersby's state The buttons are of dark pearl trimmed with and silver and silk gauzes, and gold, silver done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
ment that the heir to the peerage born at red, a pretty and useful garment for morn- tinted and black and white lace net. For new and descriptive circular, colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.

Folkestone was a black-headed and not a ing walks and excursions in the country.One address When I was breaking him he kicked over
white-headed baby. the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
is of the most gratifying signs of pro- Professional and Business Cards. CHAS. W. LEWIS, (hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best ,
gress the general awakening in regard to farriers but they all said he .
VIII. was spoiled.He
school dress. It has heretofore been consid- Land Commissioner,
One thing was clear. Believing himself to ered enough to discourage a lavish display E. LEROY JONES, :.11.D., had a very large thorough-pin, and I
be Moss and Lord Belvidere Fernandina, Fla., used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
Harry how of jewelry, but a girl could be thinly clad in
could he marry Lady Gwendoline? He cold weather; she could change from thick HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Or Ocala, Florida. 38 Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and
he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars I have
could not. He loved her she beautiful )
; was wool to thin silks ; she could encase her
lively, fascinating. But he felt himself unworthy I arms in skin-tight sleeves and pull her Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, and
it has always cured and left the
be her husband. completely
to He could not dresses together within a quarter of an inch smooth.It .
suffer her to be mated to a Harry Moss. In of her life-and no one thought of protest- FERNANDINA, FLA. is
this matter,at any rate, he could act honest ing against her folly. But gymnastics in a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
,. I have recommended it
to and
l ly. The sacrifice was great, but he could schools have accomplished something: they Calls answered promptly day or night,and a good many,
they all it does the work. I in With-
renounce the hand of his affianced bride. have established the fact that with ordjnary Medicine furnished without extra charge. say was
He sat down to write to her. But he was dress the girl cannot raise or use her arms, Office hours :-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2and erington Kneeland's drug store,in Adams,
much troubled to find expressions.Circumstances and it has at last dawned upon teachers and 7 to 8. 22 ly* the other day, and saw a very fine picture
sent them. I tried to it but could
you buy ,
which he has
over no control. intelligent mothers that she
ought to be able
What a trite and barren phrase it was ; how to use them elsewhere than in the not; thev said if I would write to you that
inadequate to the occasion sium. The principal of one of the gymna-most IB1"W.. ANSILEYb you would send me one. I wish you would,.

He sat for some hours, with a blank sheetof fashionable schools in New York will not and I will do you all the good I can.

note-paper before him. Then he was permit her pupils to wear a dress of any I I Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .

spared further anxiety on that matter. Curtis material save wool or cotton-the former in

entered with a letter. From Gwendoline" winter, the latter in milder weather if they ;( ,

murmured his lordship as he tore open the choose. A girl wearing a velvet suit one SQ r I 1b ts.s Spavin Cure..
envelope.The day was sent home with a message that her ;: J' :
letter ran thus : "Dearest Phibs, [her dress must be changed to one adapted for -:: ON HUMAN FLESH..

ladyship had been wont thus to diminish school wear. The girl returned with a replv .s .. .. VEVAY, JND., August 12, 188r..
his Christian name,] can you forgive me? from her mother that it was a last year's suit :: c if Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
Let us be friends and not lovers ; still less which must be utilized or it would be out- GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-
let us be husband and wife. We could not The teacher inflexible. Please send
grown. was She said day. me some with my imprint
possibly be happy together. I like you very the school-room was no place for cast-off ."' '; printed on one side only. The"Kendall'sSpavin
much, but I don't love you in the least. finery ; that the moral effect was bad and South side Centre St., near the Depot. ,. Cure :s in excellent demand with us,

The plain truth is that we are not at all the final result worse than the present loss. .X F I and not only for animals but for human
suited to each other. You are wise and The lesson was a salutary one. FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND 'f ; :: ,., ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the-

clever, and grave and good. 'I am silly and A school in Massachusetts recommends to MADE TO ORDER. --. ..' leading farmers in our county, sprained an
stupid and frivolous, and only pretty good. its two hundred girl students a sensible > : ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
Let our engagement end. Try and: think school dress, of which the following are .: : All work warranted. ? remedy for horsestried it on himself, and it 1 I

kindly l of me, Phibs; and don't let this pain some of the features : First, it is to consistof ." J... did far better than he had expected; curd

you. Indeed it's for the best. Good-bye, single layers of clothing, so that warmth WM. B. C. DURYEE, .-' : the sprain in very short order.

God bless you." Her ladyship's signature shall be equally distributed over the body. .. '.... ..'. Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price .
followed, and a postscript "I have half Secondly, it should be loose e.; :/. '
6 bottles
GENERAL : ,- ',', :T : per or for$o. All
promised to little Brabazon. to impose restrictions the :
Charley and
marry upon act- druggists have it or can get it for it
Lord Belvidere buried his face in his hands. ive use of the muscles. Third the .: :, .t. you or
materials CEXTHE ST., :NEAR R. R. DEPOT, : .. will be sent to any address on receipt of
lIe sobbed audibly, his tears oozing from be- should be soft, unexciting in color and un- _,; : ;" price by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KEN

tween his fingers. When he was calmer he distinguishable in pattern. Fourth, the design FERN ANDINA, FLA. ._t,F. :} DALL & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
wrote ; .,." .:
a long letter to his solicitor instructing should suggest rather than outline the Send for Illustrated Circular.
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him to arrange for the payment of liberal figure, unless the material is elastic, and Hay,. Corn, Oats .. --;>. .. '; ".;,., '.. Sold by all Druggists.
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J. # : :, THE FLORIDA III ROR.i' reefs. This is governed by the question of EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. roofs and window shutters, they are practi- TIlE BLOOMING OF THE SOUTH I

II!:,I.'i"';," .I. 7.": ..'", insurance, loss by interruption of voyage cally safe from without. Taking into view We rejoice: over the blooming evidence of I

'::At: ,= SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1883. and time. As before stated, the differencein I. PREVALENCE OF CONFLAGRATIONS-INCENDIA- the difference in insurance, cost of repairs, the prosperity in these days of our countrymen -

'fit( t I r'I .f. insurance is estimated at from 25 to 50 RISI-TR.-\MPS-BEXEFITS IN TOWNS frequent paintings, etc., it is ,better, and in of the reports South given, found by in our a series of voluminous I,

1 1iF t" ..' 1. r THE BENEFITS OF A CANAL per: cent., which, on the very large' commerce PICNICS, ETC., ETC. the end cheaper, to erect brick buildings in contemporary, the Times-Democrat enterprising of New

: ; ACROSS FLORIDA. of the Gulf, would be a very considerable SEWANEE, September 18,1883. the more closely occupied portions of a city. Orleans. We are refreshed by the study of
the vast bodv
of facts which that
&m} ... ':', : -','. The question of a canal across Florida amount. There seems to have been an unusual One frequent cause of danger,which seemsto just collected and published, showing paper"has a development -

;:1 : :" ,' ,: '. 'will depend largely on the benefits expected The question of the comparative cost and prevalence of conflagrations throughout the have been present in the Centre street of the resources the industry

) >., ,j" .,: .*to* be derived from it. General Gillmore, value of a ship canal, with locks and with- country-rather unusual at this period of tire, is the placing of wooden sheds and out- and which the few wealth people of north the Southern of the Savannah States, of

J;,' :t:., : ;" In his report of 1879, discusses this questionin out, and a barge canal, we will hereafter the year-and not attributable to the defec- buildings in the rear of brick buildings.The have any conception.

::': /1 in a practical manner, under two heads- consider. tive flues and stovepipes. There is no doubta accumulation of boxes, barrels, etc., in shone The President's party among the Sho-
mountains the Rufus
:" :; ::'. first, the shortening of the routes between great deal of incendiarism prevailing now. the of stores is the Yellowstone, party in
: EXTENSION OF THE TRANSIT rear a great source of danger, Park and the railroad

i.J: 1 : ,, the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic coast, RAILROAD.The Formerly it was a rare crime, but a class of and furnishes a convenient point of attack party of the Golden Spike in Montana, have

;::4:' :, ::*:;,: for both domestic and foreign trade ; second, arrival at this port of a cargo of rail- criminals has grown up who are supposedto for the,incendiary.We to lately the turned far Northwest the eyes of; and the we whole have country been

t''f ," : :, avoiding the dangers of the passage through road iron for the extension of the Transit include incendiarism as one of their have no doubt that Centre street will kept thinking of the destined growth of
: ,., the Florida Straits. He gives two examples populous and fertile States, out there during
Railroad south from its present terminus, is means of obtaining a livelihood.The be built up again, in the burnt district, in a the next few In fact the Northwest

; .:t: ;:, : .; J of the shortening of routes by means of a an important note of progress. chance of thievery afforded by a fire much more substantial style, and that the is always kept years.before us, and, we are perpet:

,{.."t ,{,. .., <' .... canal: The settlement of a country is largely dependent is said to be one motive, and revenge an- appearance of our city will be improved by ually reminded of the march of the mil-
lions in that
1' : ,: ;r.' From New Orleans to New York and of the abundant
'r: ; other, on the part of a class of tramps who, the erection of
't ." :. present route around Florida..l790 miles I upon its for transportation. new buildings characterizedby crops which they will reap from the fruitful

, t, ; c" Route by Florida canal.............1293 miles I No man now thinks of providing for having no notion of ever saving anything, the improved taste in building which has soil.But
... __ let us not lose sight of the blooming
.. ,I' .. his bare support from the yield of his fields have a spite towards all who have property, been shown of late years. South-those ,.
', '. ;.' Difference............................... 497 miles teeming States from which so
r. and exercise their inclination to deviltry, in much of the public wealth is drawn
and the use of his domestic animals. He Fernandina is one of the best and hand- in
t From New Orleans to Liverpool, which of late there has been such
", t" present route.........................4G10 miles chooses a location either already near to a starting a fire, neither knowing nor caringfor somest towns in Florida, and its reputation remarkable expansion years of profitable indus-a

,." I' ,, Bv canal route..........................4198 miles navigable stream or a railroad, or with a the result. Reckless boy tramps, inconsiderable should not only be maintained in this respect tries, and where we now bfhold new energies -
' -- tbt numbers;; infest large cities and but enhanced. that are transforming the old order of
_"A ;; ,'llt ,' Difference............................... 412 miles reasonable certainty such facilities of The value of all prop- things in a way that must tell, not only
.. ,: S l He estimates that a first-class freight reaching market will not be long absent. travel through the country, who are worse erty is benefited by good surroundings, anda upon our Southern countrymen themselves,

!/r :; steamer of 3,000 tons, running 11 knots per I The West settled slowly in those early days even than men in their utter recklessness.A good name is as valuable to a city as to an but upon the whole of the American people.
The Times-Democrat of
i New Orleans has
' ,I 1' '; hour, would make the trip from New Orleans when the flat boat and the mule team afforded fire is often the'means of ulterior goodin individual or an agricultural country. brought under review eight of the States of

"rt+ r","<' .._ : to New York on an average of 61 days; the only means of communication.With removing old and unsightly buildings, Colonel MacWilliams has shown that good .the South-Georgia, Alabama, Florida,Ten-
and giving place to much needed improve- nessee, Arkansas, :Mississippi, Louisiana and
the introduction of the steamboat brick can be manufactured in
our vicinity,
: that the time required, exclusive of that Texas. It has procured through its commissioners -

<;...:.: s spent in passing through the canal, would be population began to move with accelerated ments. A building is very rarely taken on the line of the railroad, and ornamental from the Governors of these States

:,:-;:::)' 4 days and 8 hours, and including detentions force, and with the construction of railways down, and is kept patched up, and allowedto brick can readily be procured by sea. We elaborate firmed by and official comprehensive reports and accounts statistics, con-, of

i' t ;.;:;a slowing up of speed to 41 knots in the population moved on abreast in masses or remain until change of owners or fire hope to see some fine examples of street their recent growth in prosperity and its

causes its destruction.The architecture. manifestations, especial attention
canal etc. it would 40 hours waves.
require to
it H. pass
given to agriculture, manufactures rail-
worst kind 'of incendiarism if thereis ,
: At the close of the last the ,
;:. fi from sea to sea;which would shorten the century popu- "THE BLOOMING SOUTH." roads, mines, finances and immigration,
' ;f 12 hours lation of the Western States did not exceed any worse to what is unexceptionallybad while the public school system and other
; passage only. having a -New York Sun.
'if' 't t is the destruction of manufactories, means of'moral advancement are not neg-
,.I : -E less speed than 11 knots per hour would 300,000. In twenty years afterwards it had "Now is the winter of our discontent lected. We have examined the accounts

((A:,i a j 'save more in proportion, and sailing vessels reached but two millions and a quarter, but throwing large numbers of persons out of "Made glorious summer by this sun of York." through from all of the eight States, and we

,.;; ;;'1! much more than steamers. since that period there are single States con- employment, and destroying the working -Richard III, Act I. do not know where any one could at this

: A capital of the country. It is true these man- Judging from the tone of the time find thirty-five columns of deeper interest -
than that
taining more population. public
f press,
: 7 General Gillmore's estimate of the distance to the country at large. These accounts -
ufactories are generally insured, but a con- independent of the deep interest manifested the "
h Population seldom precedes railroads to as Times-Democrat says, tells
n F' I which would be saved was based on a
+ siderable time must elapse before they can in our section by the thousands of the story of the almost magic growth of Al-
extent. A few confident
't"t\ y 1 canal leaving the Gulf in the vicinity of St. any more or more abama's iron cities, springing up in the
:: energetic will endeavor to forecast the be rebuilt, and the hardship is very great correspondents seeking information throughour midst of desolate and
prob- uninhabitedbut
\ ':'l' 1+ Marks, and entering the Atlantic at the I a region
immigration commissioners and real
' .. ( able line of railways, and seek to anticipateits upon the poor, who are dependent on their a few short years ago ; of the Empire
\ 'J mouth of the St. Marys. Of course, any estate agents, it would appear that the Southis State of Georgia, leading the South in all

.4, !!: b' ,'i, ; r' line of canal which leaves the Gulf at a location by occupying lands which will weekly earnings.To indeed entering on an era of remarkable, the new industrial movements, and demonstrating -
; turn to a more agreeable subject-the that the cotton ffelds are the
.' : :' :; ls; point southeast of St. Marks will save less become valuable when railways come. if not unexampled prosperity. It was but a place for the cotton mills of Arkansas proper,

' rr.: in distance on both coasts. General Gill- The rapid increase in population in Flori- picnic season. Picnics are becoming a decided few days ago that the most extravagant rapidly paying off its debt, almost; doublingits

'I.H,,,,I more, on this basis, estimates that a steamer da is largely due to the construction of new characteristic of the American people.It praise was lavished on us by no less an railroad mileage in two years and with

ai lines of railway. With the is a kind of alfresco entertainment, which orator and statesman than Wendell saw-mills going up on every mile of railroad
;4' f of that would railway come Philips;
,"oj : capacity save $266.50 in running and navigation in the State ; of Florida, redeeming -
.T:'t .I. expenses, on each passage, by usingthe towns at almost every station. The stationsnow dispenses with fine dressing, and centers on and surely the evidences of our coming millions of acres of land from desolate -
t f
'.t. (' i;' 'canal viz. make the towns, instead of the towns lunch baskets, green meadows, forest shades, prosperity and present good fortunes must swamp to fertile field or orchard ; of
,$'i:4 kh : streams and sentiment. have been when the the Giant State of Texas, with its immense
rippling People lay "abnormally patent,
' ;, I! The running expenses of a trip between the station. In old times railroads ran verycircuitous crops, its broad empire, so great that it pre-
,' v+ by the stiffness of social intercourse, fash- whilom stern censor of Boston exhausts his its school fund with
"r" ,, New York and New Orleans routes to embrace the existing sents a territory larger

J'' : ',. 61 days, at $190 per day......$1,235 00 towns on its lines. This is seldom done ionable calls, inquiries after health, etc., rhetoric in eulogizing our progress, and pre- than New York Pennsylvania, and boast-
?Ji.CI: t 195 tons of coal at $3.50.................. 682 50 now and fall into their natural and best dicting a future almost too dazzling to real- ing such wealth that the Legislature meets
in the interior, if it involves increase of distance ways. this year in extra session solely to reduce
ize-save for those who, like him have
'f 'i 1 : $1,917 50 Nature seems to make all akin, and there is taxation ; of Mississippi, with its rich yet
, ., : or greater cost of construction.The "
read the of
the times.
; ,. ; .". By canal : more real enjoyment in these social picnics carefully signs scarcely developed Yazoo Valley ; of Ten-
'. commerce of seaboard cities is depen- In another column will be found portionsof nessee, with its varied soils and products,
i'f : Six days, at $190 per day................$1,140.00 than in the most elaborate and costly enter its grain cotton, tobacco its timber and
. .' r 146 tons of coal............................. 511 00 dent upon the extent of country tributaryto Mr. Phillips' remarkable address, the ink minerals and of State of Louisiana
./1..! ..,: I'' f I" them, and the construction of lines of tainments.But on which could have been hardly dry ere fighting; bravely our that own dangerous enemy-

,:,-f',!S '" ::' ;, ,:; $1,651 00 transportation from interior basins or areas, for real enjoyment the basket picnic, the editor of the New York Sun in a lead- the river with some hope of victory over it

J.;: 1' Difference in favor of canal, $206.50, which which, by the directness of the lines of like the dinner party, must not be too large, ing article (which we annex),deals minutelywith at last." These are bounding sentences of
the New Orleans but its i is
['i1m.! :'t.. '' would equal 14 per cent of the running expenses fifteen or twenty in number at the outside, the same subject, and from the same paper, language
I. ; communication, seek their natural outlets.To more than justified by the accompanying
, ,".t .. 1" ., at present incurred. tap these districts by furnishing shorteror for real enjoyment. In that case it has all premises arrives at the same logical conclu- pre en ation of facts.

; ;i'l i There is also to be taken into account the the claims of conversation, comments, humor sions.We There: are so many features crowded into !
better lines to other outlets from
necessarily hail all such the narrations the various States that
V i,1 difference in insurance which is and restraint. In Florida cordially kindly greet- I
,: ; now dou- diminishes the commerce of the former out- proper we i it would be somewhat difficult to point out
ings and aspirations, doubly grateful com-
'". ble from Gulf ports over Atlantic ports. On lack in the summer this pleasant feature of those that may be of more importance than
let. So we have seen the Gulf cities of Mobile !
I< I ing from such thoroughly independent and others ; but the Times-Democrat itself drawsa
'\ a 3,000 ton vessel, valued at $300,000 this the warm season. A picnic in the woods
few conclusions from the
Apalachicola become less impor- unprejudiced sources; and if there be any general experi
! \ ; difference would be very considerable, and tant and prosperous by the influence of rail- there would draw more guests than were pessimist within our borders brooding over ence of the past half dozen years in these I

the same saving would be made on the insurance invited, and there is something ludicrous in the too tardy dawn of fortune, or the reali- brief paragraphs :
'" ways, which diverted their trade and com zatjon of plans hitherto perhaps too visionary That the South has at last learned the
'' ''2 of the cargo, reducing cost of trans- merce. the idea of a partyenjoying themselves in let him take heart," and, in the wordsof value of its mineral and forest wealth, long

.! L portation. This reduction of insurance is the woods of Florida, to the music of the Shakespeare, exclaim, as he lays aside hidden and neglected, but now happily be-
y It is the interest of seaboard cities to
ex ing developed and utilized
the convincing of our
:, : estimated as at least 25 cent. mosquito, and in the society of the red arguments great con- "
.:, per tend the area of country tributary to them_ bug temporary- That it fuly! appreciates the advantages
'*' General Stone takes General and the tick. But if of diversified industries. especially of manu-
Gillmore's cannot the
J'' we enjoy "
a by aiding the extension of facilities of trans- .lY'ow is the winter of our discontent factures
i ,....:" 1 ''figures as the basis of his estimate of dis- hand summer picnic we can go away and enjoy it Made glorious summer by this sun of York !" ;
portation on the one and by meeting. That it has abandoned its old loose and
.. tance saved, and supposes that" a steamship the demand for supplies. Everything need- : with the pleasure of our winter idyls in --- --- ---- -- careless system of agriculture planting a
, '. ',J. averaging 11 miles per hour would gain on prospect. So all things are made right. smaller acreage cultivating more thoroughly -
", '. : ed for a growing country should be furnishedat INTEREST. I and not mortgaging crops a year in ad-
a passage from New York to New Orleans Bishop and Mrs. Young have, spent vance, as of old
1 the seaboard termini, at the lowest call i. Some of our contemporaries appear to take
.1 (distance by way of the Florida Straits 1,790 and on the most liberal scale. The new set- some two months at Sewanee, with very a special pleasure in attacking or sneering at That the negroes are prosperous, contented -
with the satisfactorily
regime. working
new -
miles), by passing through the canal 451 great advantage to the Bishop's health. He the Transit Peninsular Railroad Company ;
and their condition
tler has large wants to be met. His build- but we regard these unfavorable manifesta- ,. improving ;
hours less the loss of time has to New York to attend That the importance of public schools is
by slackening in ing material, so far as doors, windows, hard- now gone on tions as in the highest degree unjust and
the General of the impolitic. Personally we have as much i recognized, and a heavy school tax everywhere -
the canal down to 6 miles-say a loss:: of dressed and Convention Episcopal cause
ware, paints, seasoned lumber, for complaint against this corporation as I willingly voted, and that the Southern -
nine hours. She would gain then on the Church, which convenes on the 3d of October schools now compare favorabiy with
brick, lime, etc., can all best be procured at anyone else. More than a year ago their I "
passage 361 hours, or one and a half days, I the seaport terminus of his railway line, on in old Christ Church in that city. road was to have been completed to Tavares.It those of any other portion of the country.
? We rejoice with our Southern contemporary -
Rev. A. W. of Florida advanced is not here yet, and we have only a prom-
besides avoiding the delay caused by the Knight, was
account of the low freights by water and the ise that it will be here this coming winter. over these things and over every evi-

;,;.. Gulf stream, which, off this coast, runs at convenience of obtaining all his supplies at to the priesthood by Bishop Young, But our individual disappointments, and dence of the increasing welfare and prosper-
ity of the people of the States it
; the rate of four miles hour and in St. the University perhaps pecuniary losses resulting there- reports
per eight at where be Augustus, chapel, on
one point, they can shipped in from, cannot blind us to the immense importance upon. These States have yet immeasurable
times." bulk to him, avoiding trouble and delay. the first Sunday of.the month. :Mr.: Knightis to Florida of this railroad system. capacity and opportunity for still further

;c In this estimate General Stone takes for The extension of railroads southward increases an alumnus of the University, where, dur- Take it away, or let Mr. Plants Investment giowth. Their cotton, their cereals, and
their fruits their mines and forests and
of it and the entire ;
i granted two things-first, that his steamship the area tributary to our own sea- ing his college course, he maintained a very State Company of Florida get possession will become, a mere appen- fisheries ; their manufactures:: of all kinds ;

('', ', i would average 11 knots per hour right into board cities, and should naturally stimulatethe high standing. dage of Georgia with Savannah as her com- the fuller development of these great gifts of
nature and industries of man, is the work of
i mercial centre. It is to the credit of
r "" ; the mouth of the canal, have no stoppages To-day, the 18th of September, is Founda- the
enterprise of our community becomethe Transit & Peninsular that it is a Florida the present and the future. The Southern

en route of the canal, and pass through it at point of supply for the large populationnow tion Day, the anniversary of the opening of system, first, last and all the time for Florida. people are evidently pursuing the right

an average rate of 6 miles per hour, making the University, on September 18, 1868. The Can the same be said of the rival system ? course ; let them march forward, keeping
in the line
crowding along of the rail- Before shall table of the time to the music of Democratic freedom !- .
the trip from sea to sea in 231 hours. Gen- roads.In first student enrolled in the University was rates for freight long we and passengers publish a from Savan- New York Sun.

:!' eral Gillmore's average for river was 6 miles a few months the Transit Railroad will from Florida. Over 1,300 students have entered nah to parts in Florida, and show how this -- -- --Notice.- -
1 : the in the fifteen State is discriminated against. It costs more
t per hour, and 41 miles per hour in the canal, University years
reach the Gulf on the one hand and the St. to go from Jacksonville to Waycross than Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00: p. )I.

Ic :,.: ,. which is, undobutedly, the more correct es John's and the Atlantic on the other, stretch- since its opening- .VtVb) and its influence has been from Sanford to Jacksonville and the last Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30: A. 31.Money .
felt the Southern named trip is the longest and the boats haveto Orders and Registered Letters from
; timate. It may, therefore, be assumed that beneficially all over States,
the settled of
ing through portion East Florida
feed and lodge their passengers.We 9:00 A.1.. to 1:00 P.1..; and from 2:00 P. M
the time saved by General Gillmore's canal in the high tone of its students, and the 4:00 .
and gathering in the products of the appreciate fully the importance of the to P. 31.ARRIVAL

i with a few locks, or General Stone's tidewater country on the right hand and the left, to breadth.of. their scholarship. F. railroad lines :Mr.: Plant is constructing in AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
< Florida but we believe that the fosteringof Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday)
1fm ; \ canal would be the same, except the pour them into the seaboard cities. Shall it ,< the Transit & Peninsular system is a posi- Arrives................ 5:50: p. M. and 0:0.3; P. M.

F )' I time. consumed in passing locks, which, be our own or that of our neighboringStates THE FIRES tive duty to us. We must have one com- Closes........ ........... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30 A. M.
.'. I ? petitor to the Plant system. As mattersnow Transit & Peninsular flrlilrtallA -
; with steam machinery to and close the Our has
open city been recently visited by
; a stand the Florida Southern is becom- rri ves....................................... 5:50: p. M.
I. !' locks could hardly be more than 30 minutesto How THE SHIP CANAL SURVEY WAS ::\IADE.The .- succession of fires/destroying much valua- ing a mere tender to Plant, and what the Closes ......................................... 7:30i. :M.
: to each lock if much. As there Florida Mirror says that General Gill- Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West will be-
so 15
are ble property. For several :years we have Jacksonville, South and West Fluriclrt-
consumed in
more nearly year surveying a come remains to ,be seen. It is too soon to
i ; locks, the difference would be 71 hours, pro- route for a ship canal from St. :Mary's: riverto been comparatively exempt from any seri- speak of this road as a factor in our railroad Arrives................... 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. :M.

vided the distances were the same. As General the Gulf, while General Stone surveyed ous losses, and the number and quick suc- systems but if Plant gobbles it then we will Closes .................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:30 p. :M.
three routes in less than six weeks. This have only the Transit & Peninsular to look Arrives Sunday..... 10:25 A. :M.
: I Ii Gillmore's route is on the most direct leads us to state that Mr. Hill, one of General cession of those occurring recently have to for competition.It Closes Sunday....... 4:00 p. :M.

f. ,1 line, there would be a difference in time in Stone's subordinates, visited Ocala and madea aroused our people to the importance of a is to be regretted that Mr. Henning was St. Mary's and King's Ferry Hail-

its favor of probably several hours. preliminary survey of the route from hereto better provision for extinguishing conflagrations not able to perfect his extensions last winterIf Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays:: at 2:30 P. M.
Blue Spring, a distance of twentyfourmiles. he shall fail to carry out his assurances Closes :Mondays and at 8:00 A. M.
General Stone's estimate, with the speed He left here after breakfast behind a and the erection of buildings less sub- this fall the blow to his road will be very Thursdays

in.the. canal reduced to 41 knots, would give horse remarkable for speed,and returnedin ject to destruction.It severe. Nevertheless we shall continue to St. Mary's and Dungeness
at $ oo '1.
) .J\rrivesIondaysand Thursdays : A.
time for late dinner, traveling a distanceof have faith that this superb railroad system
r .* a saving. about 20 hours, if the distances forty-eight miles and completing the sur- is quite certain that sooner or later will ultimately be as fully carried out as Mr. "" Tuesdays and :Fridays at 2:30 P. M.

were the same. vey in eight hours or less. We make these wooden buildings built in close proximitywill Yulee designed it. It is to the best and very Wedn'sdaysandSat'daysat9:00A.3I.
'.: remarks in no spirit of opposition to the highest interest of Florida that it shall be Closes: Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
I y The second benefit to be derived is the canal, but to show simply what rapid strides be burned. Brick buildings have proved sustained, and we are for all that will serve Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M. I

avoidance of the dangers of the Florida science is making.-Ocala Banner. safer than any other class, and with metal Florida best.-Tavares Herald. SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M.
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EOLAL(Absolutely Pure).... .. '. '."" J". .., .'...-.."'- -. .-,' ., ;

GRISTS (Alum Powder)* ... . '" .',::','.':: -- -- .'.., "d.I',.,.";"t'_;."'i..3-,.":':. -
J,liSy"5;-*-> .
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BDXFOUD'S(Phosphate)fresh. ::: :/ Spring and Summer GoodsIN

HANFOCD'S,when fresh........ .. .. '- .. '. .- : ..ti :...'.''' .


CHARM(Alum Powder)# ..... .- .:. ....:-- .-. .. ) WILL CLOSE OUT THE BALANCE OF OUR

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AMAZON(Alum Powder)* : : : :- :


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PIONEER(San Francisco) ..... ; '::, '" GREAT

CZAR........................... ; .-; FLA.
DB. PRICE'S........ .......... .t,,;. -IN-
SNOW FLAKE(Groff's,St.Paul)] Dealers ,
LEWIS'.......................... LAWNS BAIGES
CONGRESS................ .... .' .
HECKEB'S.................. .... : .
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CILLET'S.. ............ ........

HIXFOBD'S,when not fresh... '.'.<'. ...... MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOYS'CLOTHING I

ANDREWS 1;CO. (contains alum) ,
(Milwaukee.)"Regal."* ....
BULK(Powder sold loose)... ..HB I I .
BUMFOBD'S,when not fresh...BB
to Purity\Vholesomeness of the Royal Baking Powder."I GREAT INDUCEMENTS,

have tested a package of Royal Baking Powder, which I purchased in the RETAIL. IN ORDER TO REDUCE STOCK.
open market, and find it composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It is a cream
of tartar powder of a high degree of merit,and does not contain either alum or
phosphates,or other injurious substances. E. G. LOVE, Ph.D."
"It it a scientific fact that the Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure." J. & T. KYDD
"II. A. MOTT, Ph.D."

"I have examined a package of Royal-Baking Powder,purchased by myself in : |I-: Northeast Corner Centre and Third Streets, ,
the market. I find it entirely free from alum,terra alba, or any other injurious sub- .
t I stance. HENRY MORTON, Ph.D., President of Stevens Institute of Technology." g'ERNI: .NI>Irq ., :JFIr.A.: : ,J
j "I have analyzed a package of Royal Baking Powder. The materials of whichit ,
is composed are pure and wholesome. S. DANA HATES, State Assayer,Mass." e C
New York Office : 38 Walker Street.
The Royal Baking Powder received the highest award over all competitors at ,
the Vienna World's Exposition, 1873; at the Centennial, Philadelphia, 1876; at the -
American Institute,and at State Fairs throughout the country.No .
other article of human food has ever received such high, emphatic and universal RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
endorsement from eminent chemists, physicians, scientists, and Boards of ETC. -- ,
Health all over the world.

NOTE.-The above DIAGRAM illustrates the comparative worth of various Baking : MALLORYS STEAMSHIP LINE !

Powders,as shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments made by Prof.Schedler.A PART OF
one pound can of each powder was taken,the total leavening power or volume in
I each can calculated,the result being as indicated. This practical test for worth by CHARGE. FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .
Prof. Schedler only proves what every observant consumer of the Royal Baking
Powder knows by practical experience,that,while it costs a few cents per poundmore
than ordinary kinds,it is far more economical, and,besides, affords the advan- -
tage of better work. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder will convince any FILLED.
fair minded person of these facts.
*While the diagram shows some of the alum powders to be of a higher degreeof
strength than other powders ranked below them, it is not to be taken as indica- _- __- =- -
ting that they have any value. All alum powders,no matter how high their strength,
are to be avoided as dangerous.

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U". U:. ItAUKNIGHT, I DR. W. E. SNYDER, .-,: "", jz


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Foot of Centre Street Streets, near ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

Furniture repaired: in the best manner. rt L4i&4'J3 .Silas ('. ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
ILlir Mattresses made to order at short in THURSDAY AFTERNOON; arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
notice. 30 sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
: Compa- This Line, having no Transfers between Feriiaiidina and Sew
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
leave Fernandina for
Alachua Street, between Second and Third WILL r" PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA."ITHOrT CHANGE; making close
FERNANDINA, FLA. day the l1Iornill'"S. arriving at the latter 33 ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to alt points on the ST.
Orders and estimates from a distance carefully Returning, will leave Savannah for
attcnded. 25-tf RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
nandina on Monday. Wednsday and I EALI? PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
day, at 8 a. m. : LAKE WEIR.
J. II. PRESCOTT Deck: Pass without Meals, $: .
Cabin .
DEALER [X:11t..s Excursion freight passage rates and schedules, or further information, apply to
: Hoys' ami Youfh'K., Through tickets sold} to New York,
For tickets and state-rooms, apply at
++ +, Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. .
-----t- N. HARRIMAN, Manager. ,

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Printer and Binder. "
Books and Orange Wraps Second Street I

!'UJ-: Liberal discounts to Teachers and ( j j PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on i

=--. v ,# *v '-, -FINE[ TEAS AND COFFEES
HO FOR TIlE BEACH. -i *ttt*- t-

The three constantly on hand- I a
elegant Omnibuses of McGinnis HAS "
n 1 ltwson can be secured for private parties -I! Oj NEW GOODS Received br Every Steamer
very reasonable jJ2J'LUluber by
terms,at any. hour,either i
26 y(or night. a :L I t w ;t j: ?
MCGINNIS & RAWSON. Office on Second Street. v 1 Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERXAXDIXA, FtA.I .



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t,' t I.:" HOW TO CURE EGG EATING. swept over Europe several years ago, pro-' IMITATION BAKING POWDER. Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th -

; ,1'$(,. :i.;,. '; : 1 Sometimes the habit is:: formed b)y the moted principally by Prof. Coste, of Paris.In To the Public : in October Monday. ..TrO SupermtcncleatofSchooh. JC.r.amscy.:ew
', t. the spring of 1857 he distributed in the )
: M carelessness of the kitchen maid, or housekeeper -
-' bay of St. Brieux shells and heavy fagots The public is cautioned against the prac- FOURTH CIRCUIT County Treasurer-J.'M. N. Peacock
'. t, ,. ,'.. : in throwing the egg-shells into the tice of who sell what Spring'1"erm- TrO).. New
grocers they p
I ; I pail and giving them with the other! waste over a space of 1,000 hectares (one hectare many
rL clam: to be Baking Powder St. John's 2d in' Collector Revenue
> ; :> to the hens. This should never be done, if equals 21.4711 acres), and' on these spread Royal loose or Tuesday March. of Newton Sa ti \e\\:'
I 3 3000.000 In the in bulk, without label or trade-mark. All Clay; 4th Tuesday in March. Troy.
f mother-oysters. autumn
want the hens their
; ; ; you to respect own such powders are base imitations. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in Assessor of Taxe* A. S.
: ; .: Understanding the cause of this un- all the fagots were:of course covered with Analyses April. Ackley, New Troy
I' of hundreds of samples 01 baking Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. .
: -. thrifty hab't, it is not very; difficult to provide young oysters ; for, if these oysters were as pow- Nassau LEON COUNTY.
ders sold in bulk to parties asking for Royal Tuesday in ApriL
fruitful the Holstein there County Judge-\\'m. P.
were Byrd
f : a remedy. From a recent experience Tallahassee
have shown them all to be largely adulter- Duval, 1st Tuesday in May.
>- ; i '. : ;:_ we have found that the habit is very much, 132,000 young oysters to every square metre. Fall Term- Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee.
: alum
ated with dangerous for
; % broken by abundant of crushed The boldest expectations were exceeded. It mostly use Clerk-G. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
''I I. l' ; ; an supply in food, and comparatively valueless for St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay .
: 'jr.; shells It had grown so bad in a flock of was thought that now the means had been Superintendent c f Schools-Henry N Felkt
/' '>" ," :: twenty Light Brahmas, owing to neglect of found to surround every French coast with leavening purposes. 4th Tuesday in September. Tallahassee. .*
oyster-beds, and people already commencedto The public is too well aware of the inju- Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. MeasurerL..
t'f' ; this ration that they devoured every egg, Demilly Tallaha ; .
:' : .:. without the closest watching at the cackle calculate, according to the price which rious effect of alum upon the system, to Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector oj' RCl.'elme-C. C. Pearce$(e
.. that need further caution against the use of Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. hassee. Talla-
;; .: of every laying hen. Givingthe shells every oysters brought at time how many any
4 f'l morning the craving ceased, and we found millions of francs would be yielded by this baking powders known to be made from Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahas-

:i. I the eggs remaining in the nests undisturbed. harvest of the sea. Capitalists went into this drug; but the dealer's assurance, Oh, CIRCUIT. see.

., ", As an assistant to this remedy, we manufactured partnership with fishermen and started it's just as goqd as Royal," or it's the gen- Spring Term- LEVY COUNTY.
artificial oyster beds but the rich harvestof uine Royal, only we buy it by the barrel to Sumter 3d
u : :. an egg-trapfrom a common nest- ; Monday in March. County Judge-Jno.
!;.4" r'; :,' ." _: box. This is so simple that any one accustomed marketable oysters failed everywhere, save expense of can, etc., is apt to mislead Marion, 4th Monday in March. Clerk-J. M. Barco McDonell Bronson. Dronson

r to the use of tools can make it in an because the greater portion ot the young unsuspecting consumers into buying an ar- Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Sheriff J. S. Parker,
., Bronson.
ticle which would ,
-I' oysters had been destroyed by quicksand they not knowingly use March.
hour or two. A slight inclination of the or Assessor of Taxes-Lonh
r "' .' board upon which the nest-egg is fastened clayey deposit, by want of food or by ene- in their food under any consideration. The Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Collector of Ret'emle-J. Appell, Bronson

; ; : will cause the new-laid egg to roll away mies. only safety from such practices is in buying March. Key. Ira Gore, Cedar

;: 4 from u.ider the hen beyond her reach, as At present the catching and raising of baking powder only in the original package. Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Superintendent Schools
of well ,known J. B.
is a and a thoroughly MemTen-
( carried}
i' soon as it is dropped. The rear board has young oysters only successfully on March hall, Bronson.
', ) the same inclination toward the center, and in a few places on the French coast whichare i established reputation.The Fall Term-

>'l projects over the other board far enough to favorable for this cultivation ; on a large Royal Baking# Powder is sold only in Surnter 1st Monday in October. County MADISON COUNTY.

It> ./: protect the egg when it has rolled awa,'. scale in the bay of Arcachon north of Bor- cans, securely closed with the Company's Marion, 3d Monday in October. son. Judge-R. M. Witherspoon. Madi

., "'. The space between the boards is just wide deaux. In this bay the young oysters pro trade-mark label l. and the weight of package Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Sheriff-S. Hankins
,t "' duced mother-oysters natural stamped on each cover. It is never sold in Madison.
enough to gi re free passage to the egg. The on beds Levy, 4th Tuesday November. Clerk-John M.
are caught on fagots, separated from these in bulk, by the barrel, or loose by weight or Alachua Begs Madison
t : egg-box may be lined with a handful of 1st Monday: after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent
sawdust, or chaff to protect the shells from October and then placed in boxes and finally measure, and all such offered the public November. Madison. of Schools-E. S. Tyner.

: ; 1 I cracking. If the back board be furnished: in artificial, ponds. In these they are pro- under any pretense, are imitations.If SEVENTH CIRCUIT. 'County TreaS'llrer-S. S.
'I' ,' with hinges, it can be used as a lid, to allow tected against their enemies by wires or nets. consumers will bear these facts in mind Spring Tt'1'1n- Collector Relenue-I.Smith, Madison

(. of the removal of the eggs. It is a complete Once or twice every year they are placed in and also see that the package purchased is Orange, 4th Monday in January. of H. Warring, Mad

> '. egg-trap.'and with the oyster shells', in! our other clean ponds and care is taken that properly labeled, and the label unbroken, Volusia 3d Monday: in February. ison.Assessor Taxes
r 'I. case, abated the nuisance of egg-eating. both during the coldest and the warmest they will be be always sure of using a baking i Brevard, 1st Monday in March. ison. of -B. D. Wadsworth Iad-

4 : Many think that when a hen has contracted season they are covered by at least 20 centi- powder perfectly pure and wholesome, and Dade, 3d Monday in April.
." metres of of the highest test strength in the market.J. MANATEE COUNTY.
., the habit of egg-eating the shortest way is water. Fall Term-
County Judge-Z. T. Crawford
'. "' the best, and instead of eating she is put in By this improved method 196,000,000 C. HOAGLAND Orange, 2d Monday in August. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee

a condition to be eaten. But a good layer is marketable oysters were raised in 1875-70 in President Royal Baking Powder Co., N.Y. Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Sheriff A. S. Watson Pine, Manatee
, Level.
,I too valuable to be given up without\ an the bay of Arcachon, and the price of oystersfell Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Tares-S. J.
.;', ; effort to reform her bad habit often acquired in consequence. While in 1873 a thous- Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. 2d !Monday November. Collector of Revenue-Marion Tyler Bradentown G.

' .: ; 't, through the negligence of the own- and oyaerscost forty-three francs they couldbe Tracts containing twenty acres each of Popash. Carlton
', ;'j a er. The egg-trap works admirably and ser bought for twenty-five francs in 1876. choice
; high hammock land on Orange Lake, County Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward
;._:,' r. cures the end desired by placing it out of Compared with the considerable expense or suitable for orange growing and truck farm- Pine Level.

., 'r ,F r the power of the hen to do mischief.-Amer- starting and running the oyster establishments ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare County Judge-Junius C. Gardner. Gaines- MARION
; ,; icon this price is low that those ville. COUNTY.
\ Agriculturist for October.BERMUDA so only !
f very conveniently situated for transpor- Clerk-J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall
oyster raisers made who worked with : .: Ocala
------- money
: 1 -- -- tation, by water or rail and will be sold
on Clerk
ShertffS. c. Tucker Arredondo. -Robert Bullock. Ocala.
their and ,
ownjliands were assisted by their
: : ,
i f GRASS. terms to suit purchasers. Titles are
families. unques- Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Sheriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala.
,'.': -IJ An exchange has the following item relative That laws are necessary to prevent the tionable. Also valuable timber lands in ville. Assessto-r of Taxes-Thomas Barco. Cotton

:, .. 1! to this excellent grass;, "Once sodded over-fishing of beds is shown by the experience large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS Collector of Revenue -II. C. Denton, Gaines- Plant.

: :l I the work is done for one hundred years. of the oystermen of Falmouth. Here, February I 10, 1882. Fernandina,:Fla. ville. Collccor of r..ez'C1weFrederick N. Fov.

. ,: .t f The grazing and hay continue to improve in 18G6 over seven hundred men and three Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Ocala.

".-:J the sod thickens and the land becomes rich hundred boats were engaged in the business, Nassau Fibre, Gainesville. Superinleiulenl of Sclwols-ll. C. Martin,

;?. S. i er, which it will do every year. 'Tis better but now from over-fishing beds are comparatively For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior BAKER COUNTY. Fort McCoy.

-2; to have some bottoms and some uplands, deserted, the few boats at work to anything else in use. For sale by County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. MONROE COUNTY.

<(''''.. J especially if you have a creek bottom which only catching about one hundred oysters in June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. County' Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key 'rest
. t. ''i l ': Py you are afraid to cultivate hence cannot a day.-Philadelphia Times. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key \Vest.

j utilize on account of the dangers of overflows Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Sheri George A. Demerritt, Key West.

:,;:'t'I t washing away the newly-ploughed GENERAL DIRECTORY. derson. Assessor O'f' Taxes-\'alter C. Maloney. Jr.,
: ., soil. By having bottom:: lands and uplands CARELESS USE OF PARIS GREEN.-Rarely a Collector of Revenue-:Fleming B. Smith, Key West.

' .' .t ;, you have grazing through the wet and dry week passes but we read of the loss of human United States Officers.LAND Sanderson. Collector of Revenue Walter C. )[alone.." .

; "'; ; seasons. Such a piece of land is worth more or animal life by Paris green. When :I OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Superintendent of' Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Jr., Key West.
this first introduced for the
'i,. ;t in Bermuda grass than if planted in corn. poison was destruction Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Olustee. Superintendent of Sclwuls--J. V. Harris Key
of insect life it used '
I : .ttl ': The sod being very tough, it is never so wets was by most Receiver F. Rollins, Gainesville. BRADFORD COUNTY. West.
.;,it 'r that you cannot turn stock on it. Hence people with great caution, but as its use be- SurveyorGeneralalachi Martin Talla- County Judge..:.J. R. Richard, Providence. NASSAU COUNTY.County.fudyeHinton .

,':' ,. :,,1 I .. you save a great deal by grazing your plough came caution more until general it was handled with less hassee.:; Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. J. Baker, Fernan-

, ; .'' ) .'.' stock on wet days. Horses, cows, sheep and have finally a portion of the people DISTRICT COURT. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. dina.

: "' ; hogs are equally fond of it, and it is suffi- got to handling it as carelessly as they Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
; \) ciently strong to fatten them when not at would lime or plaster, evidently forgetting Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Butler. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina.
f it that it is deadly poison, until reminded of it Marshal J. H. Durkee Jacksonville.
" -
; work. It forth as early as in Collector of Assessor
puts any grass Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, of TaTe.or-"m. H. Garland, Fer
by of it into their
/ ::. the spring. You can graze it till winter, ors getting some own systemor Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. nandina.
" .- until harvest fields then take losing a valuable animal by it. The peo- INTERNAL REVENUE.: Schools L. B. Collector
:,' your are open, ple need to be reminded of its of Rhodes, of Rez.'C1111eWarren F. Scott. Fer
your stock off and mow it for hay in the fall poisonous Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Starke. nandina.
tor winter feed. Or if the lands rich it qualities. Not only should it be handled COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.
-, are BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools--L. W. Hi;gin-
with care, but it should be applied to John W. Howell ;
,: will grow up until fall, after the frost and vege- Fernandina. County' Judge-James A. McCrory, City botham, Callahan.
with caution. It should
cattle and other stock will subsist on it (the great never Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Point.
be applied in a garden where there is a Va- F. House St. Augustine. ORANGE COUNTY.
all the winter and after
dry grass) spring, Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. County H. L. Summerlin
Judge Orlando.
of fruits and
for ,
; n riety vegetables, by so doing
.; your other crop pastures are eaten out. it is very likely to get on those fruits or veg- Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.

4'f '-:' : S etables that are to be eaten. Potatoes on- State Officers. gian na. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.

'. ," I ;". SCIENCE AND THE OYSTER. which it is to be used should be planted by Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Assessor of Taxes-JamesM.. Owens, Fort
lando .
Orange county.Superintendent
1 ',' i I ; The oyster has of late years, from its great themselves away from the dwelling and< EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Reid Fla.Collector.
j; ::, r : economic value, attracted the attention of where cattle will not be likely to find them. Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. of Schools-A. Grady La of Revenue-Richard H. Marks

A ) ; .1 scientific men of all countries, and especially Another caution is necessary. Potatotopsthat Lieutenant-Go-vernor-Livingston. Bethel Grange. Sanford.

: i '. ,::' in this country have many successful have had Paris green applied to them Key 'Vest.&cretary CLAY T.COUNT Superintendent of' Schools-John T. Becks.
County Judge-J. Copeland, Orange
t experiments been made. Professor Brooks!, should never be put into the hog-pen ; in of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Park. Fort Reid.

;h of the John Hopkins University. made the fact it is the safest way to gather them up I lahassee.. Clerk 0. A. Green PUTNAM COUNTY.
Buddington Cove
;: first successful attempt in the artificial im- and burn them, especially if any animals are I OO'mptroller-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Judge of Pl'obateHarrison, Palatka.
,. of single to be land : Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle, Tallahassee. Springs.SheriffJames Clerk-W. F. Forward Palatka.
: pregnation the eggs of the oyster. A permitted to pass over the duringthe W. DeWitt, Green Cove
f' ;::. '- oyster lays about two million yellow autumn. Many hogs have been killed i, Attorney-GeneraL-George P. Raney, Talla- Springs. Sheriff Thomas Shally.

1 eggs, which are found in the gills of the par- by having the poisoned potato-tops put in hassee. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. Assessor-S.Collector E. Timmons.
ent. They soon commence to move about their pen for bedding and many cows have Commissioner of Lands-P.. White. Collector Refenue-'Vm. S. Plummer of Revenue-Joseph Price.
of ,
., by means of delicate motile filaments that been injured by being turned into a potato Tallahassee. Maxville. Superintendent of' Public Schools' J. W.

1 almost cover them, and then are hatched field after the potatoes have been dug. Superintendent of' Public Instruction-E. K. Superintendent of Schools M. F. Geiger, Strickland.
t and called Anothercaution is Never Foster, Tallahassee. TAYLOR COUNTY.
fry. They are now independent- necessary. keep
. -' f i free swimming creatures, but shortly cease Paris green where children can get at it. or Adjutant-General-J Yonge, Tallahassee Middleburg. COLUMBIA COUNTY. County Judge W. H. Parker, Perry.

{ to rove about and attach themselves to the where cows will be likely to find it. When BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Sheriff-Thomas Osteen, Perry.
County Judge- City.
bottom of the shell, one-eighth of an inch in properly used Paris green is a valuable articleto (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Clerk John Vinzant Jr. Lake Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
City. J.
diameter; being easily discernible. At the have on a farm, but when carelessly usedit Lake Superintendent of Schools-T. Franklin.Perry. .
Sheriff-J. Perry, City.Assessor .
end of the first year they reproduce, but doS becomes a destructive element on any Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. of Taxes-L. W. Rivers:Lake City.

; not attain their perfect size for three years. farm Such being the case, the farmer Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Collector of Trr.xes-J" L. Parish, Lake City. County' Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.

., The incubation of oyster eggs is the great should never use it without great caution, Building, Jacksonville. School JuliusPotsdamer County Slln.'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
Superintendent of *-
. ,:' .. business of the future, and in a few years, always using as little as possible, and yet SUPREME COURT. Lake Collector of Ret'C1me-J. B. Hardee Perry.
' probably, the dealer can go to a hatchery kill the bugs. When he is done using it, it Chief JusticeE. M. Randall, Jacksonville. DUVAL COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .

lj ;.,. and order 500,000,000 sprat, more or less. should be packed away where it will not be Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- County Judge-: William A. Mcliean, Jack- JOHN'S COUNTY.
The present difficulty is not in the fermen- found by those who do not fully understand see.Associate sonville. County JtdyeL R. Cooper, St. Augus

'" tation but in keeping the young alive and how to use it. Never handle it with the Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. tine.
_ _, .
7 ; t to this end experiments are being made inV bare hands, as it will enter the system wher- Jacksonville. H U Bowden Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, Sly Augustine.
Sheriff-Uriah ,
various parts of the world. ever the skin is broken.--Massachusetts Ploughman. Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt Jackson- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine

k Another important question affecting the CIRCUIT JUDGES. ville. Assessor' of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St.

.+ .;.- flavor and, consequently the sale, of the First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, : Augustine.
it, .:." oyster is its food. Every epicure knows the VINEGAR GLUE.-A few months since we sacola. Jacksonville. : Collector of Rez.'enue-Joseph F. Llambias.

r + .' difference between Blue Points, Shrewsbu- had occasion to use some glue and attempted Second Circuit-David Walker, Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- I St. Augustine.

ws, rys and Virginia oysters::, and the supposition to make the liquid glue by the easiest see.Third sell Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall
;. is that their food is the cause of the and most promising of processes. A few Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. HAMILTON COUNTY. St. Augustine.

difference. Professor Leidy, president of the pieces of carpenter's glue were broken up Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY.

i Philadelphia Academy of Sciences, says and thrown into a wide-mouthed bottle, ville. Clerk- -J. Caldwell, Jasper. County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg

1 a 4 that the oyster, probably, naturally feeds covered with common vinegar, and corked.In Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.

t !a n upon the zoospores of certain alga, such as a short time with occasional shaking, ville. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
1 F t, those of the sea cabbage (Ulva latissima.) they dissolved, forming a strong and excel- Sixth Circuit-H. L. )Mitchell Tampa. Collector of RevenueW. H. H. McLeod, Assessor of 7ues-G. P. Wall Webster.

? This, in his opinion might give the animals lent glue, superior to most of the liquid Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Columbia County.Superintendent Collector of Ret'C1me-J. R. G. Hamilton

? :4 the green color that they often possess, glues sold in the stores. Sometimes the cork of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Sumterville.

ft: + #s particularly in the soft parts. So many oysters is left out and evaporation takes place but Court Calendar erts, Ancrum. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke

have been rejected by buyers who were it is only necessary to add a little vinegar, FIRST CIRCUIT. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sumterville.

afraid of this green tint that the matter has I cork and shake it, when it will soon be Fall Term- County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.:

'.. been investigated by two French natural- ready for use just as gum arabic mucilagethat Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. ville."Clerk. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live
s ists, who took perfectly white oysters and has dried up is restored by the additionof Walton, 4th Monday in October. J. C. Law. Brooksville. Oak. '

r t fed them upon water containing an abundance water, only more quickly and effectively.Its Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.

f of a green microscopic plant (Naricula i strength is certainly not inferior to hot October. Assessor of 7oares-'Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Y,' ostrearia), and they assumed the glue, while it is always ready. It
green coppery possesses, Washington, 2d Monday after4th Monday ville. Assessor of Taxes W. H. Sessions, Wel-
t .. hue that was supposed to be poisonous. however one.disadvantage; if tightly corked in October. Collector of Retenue-F. M. Townsend born.

} Oysters are supposed also to contain the I the cork becomes glued fast and is not very Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in n rooksvi lIe. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,

t. I. green coloring matters of plants called chlo-I easily removed, while if the cork is not put October. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Live Oak.

rophyl, 'bund in A number of animals. The. in tightly it evaporates rapidly.-Boston Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Fort Dade. Superintendent of Schools-.7. 0. C. Jon

1 f most careful tests were made chemically : Journal of Chemistry. This act amended section 2 of act of February HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Oak.

c ; !t with the spectroscope and otherwise by various 10, 1879, and does not change the 'County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA. COUNTY.
scientific men, and in no case was the.. County Judge-James H. Chandler Enter-
IT HAS been shown that vinegar is a very Spring Term. Clerk-Wm. ,C. Brown Tampa. ,
," color traced to metallic matter or.
;. green important aid to digestion, and may be usedto THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise.
found in
any way poisonous. a much larger extent than salt. Salt aids Spring Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
Professor Mobins says the productivenessof digestion when used only in small quantities; Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Relenue-\V. F. Buns, Tampa. Sheriff W': A. Cone Enterprise.
is millions
the times
$ oyster seven greater when used more freely it retards it. The use April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter
.> than that of man. but its capacity to mature
of sour food is therefore healthful rather Madison, 2d Monday in April. Tampa. prise.
'. i'' five hundred and seventy-nine times less. than injurious, and salt is indispensable.But Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. JEFFERSON. Collector of Retentle-John B. Jordan, De-
The is 'far below its American
European oyster it should be given regularly and in small Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th :Mondayin County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.
cousin and about
,. England extremely quantities and not at intervals in large quan- April.Columbia. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw.
In 1870 small bed discovered at
rare. a was tities. It then becomes injurious because of 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Enterprise.
the mouth of
the Thames 'Vhitsta.ble.about
near its irritating effects upon the stomach. Ensilage April. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, WAKULLA COUNTY.
; sixty feet long and twenty wide, and after 4th County JJ1.dge-'V. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
is, therefore, not an injurious food on Lafayette, 6th Tuesday Mondayin Monticello.
within hours vessels
forty-eight seventy-five account of its character nor are brewers' April.Fall County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.
anchored the The bed is
were over spot.
Clerk-Nat. Walker Crawfordville.
;1 grains or glucose-meal when not too acid. Term- ticello. ,
now defunct. The beds of Cancale, on the And salt should be given with the food and Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval.
Normandy coast the
are yet though Crawfordville.
not alone and October. ticello.
S. especially never on an empty
I' following figures show the same decline: In stomach except in very small quantities. Madison, 2d Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Warn County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw
1842 they yielded 62,000,000 ; in 1859 the Hamilton 4th Monday in October. keenah. fordville.
number was only 10,000,000; in 1881 9,000- Suwannee 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Rez.'enue-\Y. H.WalkerCraw-
000 in 1863 and in 1865 about
: 2,000,000 Shingles.
in October. County Judge W. J. Dixon, New Troy..
1,000,000. All kinds at Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th )Monday I Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker New Troy. Assessor of Tlres-C R. Reynolds, Craw-
; A rage for the artificial culture of oysters Ii 1 I: 38-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co's.A October. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. :ford! vjlle.. '

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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. I of said month A. D. 18S3, all the right, title ;72f- Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE, DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN
J ---- -- --- and interest of the estate of Amaziah Coy, : the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
Court deceased, and of Emeline Coy, as Adminis I Central and Western Railroad.
III the County tratrix of said estate in and to the following Through tickets via this line at the Com- ,

County, Florida.In pieces or parcels of land, to-wit: Lots ten pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 : BLOOD SYRUP

Matter (f the Estate of Nelson Parker, ((10)), eleven ((11)), twelve ((12)), thirteen ((13)) West Bay :Street.: ,
Deceased. and fourteen ((14)). in Block fifteen ((15)), in W. M. DAVIDSON, '

TO AN ORDER FOR PUB- the city of Fernandina, Nassau County, General Manager,
PURSUANT notice in this behalf made, State of Florida. Purchaser to pay for titles.J. Jacksonville O. AMES, Fla.WILLIAM Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,

1, as Administrator of the estate of Nelson A. ELLERMANN, Agent, Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
deceased notice to Sheriff Nassau County. Gen'l Passenger ,
Parker hereby give Mary
Parker, Nelson Parker, James Parker, John Fernandina, Fla., August 31, 1883. td Jacksonville, Fla.j. efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and

Parker and Kate Parker the widow and s. MCELROY, pronounce it to be the Best Remedy<< Known to Man.
heirs of Nelson Parker, deceased and all others AN ORDINANCETo Master Transportation,
Fla.TD1E .
interested that on the 29th day of Octo- Provide<< a Form for Warrants Tallahassee,

ber, A. D. 1883 or as soon thereafter as the upon the Treasury. GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade
same can be heard, I will apply to the County CARD .
Ojurt, or the Judge thereof, at the city of BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYORand OF THE Mark.

Fernandina, Fla., .'1.1.12 o'clock m., for an or- City Council, That on and after & PENINSULAR AGENTS WANTED.Laboratory
der for the sale of the following real estate September 1st, 1883, the following form of FLORIDA RAILROADAND _
belonging to the'estate of Nelson Parker, deceased warrant upon the City Treasury shall be
for payment of the debts of said used; and all warrants drawn upon the 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.
estate : said lands lying in the County of Treasury shall be signed by the Clerk and FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.

Nassau, Florida, and described as that por- President of Council, and countersigned by In Effect July 2d, 1883. CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 18 1.
tion of Little Pine Island known as Section the Chairman of the Finance Committee.The GOING SOUTH. Dr. Clark Johnsony children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your

((47)) forty-seven, Township ((3)) three, North President shall sign all warrants in open Leave Fernandina........................11.00 a.m. Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.
of Range twenty-eight ((28)) East, that is contained Council. Leave Hart's Road......................11.40a.m. 46 RUDIE CANTLER.
in lots one ((1)), one and one-half((1J), FORM OF WARRANT: Leave Callahan.......................... 12.40p.m.
two ((2)), three ((3)), three and one-half ((31)), JJxxxxxxxxxxxxx x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx JJJ Leave Dutton............ ............ ..... 1.07 p.m.
six ((0)), and seven ((7)), according to the map xt .. "0 .. ?'<= Leave Brandy Branch .................. 1.22p.m. GUARANTEED TO CURB ALL CASES OF
lowing the subdivision of Pine Island.F. H : c : ':z Arrive Baldwin.......................... 1.45 p.m. INDICESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS;
C. SUHRER, I-< ,00. ti b : r.: Leave Baldwin...................:....... 2.10 p.m. i: I DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH,
: :<
Administrator of the Estate of Nelson Parker 1 ;. : ..... ,0- .: :.< Leave Maxville............:.............. 2.35p.m. COSTIVENESS, ENLARCED SPLEEN COLIC &C.

deceased. I-1 :: : : : :: z r= Leave Highland........................... 2.56 p.m. ROT.J E. Graves, Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," J. R. Johnson. M, D., of Abbeville. Miss. Aug. i
Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 22, 1883.6t II I:1. : .: : NK Leave Lawtey .....................'........ 3.12p.m. Memphis,Term says: 1 received package of your 11.1882, says: 1 am a graduate of Georgia Medical
>: : :. : :: :. ;..< Leave Temple's...............::...... 3.28 p.m. and I have used about half of it. It] College and have practiced thirty-five years. 1 use
:< works like charm. Liver
a no bettor Regulator In my practice. It is not only good
In the Justice's Court Nassau -= :' :. :.' :.. Co) r.: Arrive Starke.............................. ............ and certainly 110 more of Zeilin's mixture. Livermedicine ,but it Ua sovereign remedy for a flax. I II
County, Fla.A. z ..-j":: : : ::; :-: ym' Leave Starke ......................;:....... 3.36 p.m. Rev. E.A HufiJns, Franklin Ey.AUK. I Rev.J.S. Beasley,of Snmmerton.
U. NOYES. MARGARET BRISTOL H< .-i C"\.-, .: :. r;; .: sK Leave Thurston .......................... 3.48p.m. cine.I*SJ have,says ever: It taken is the in best my life.medtI It- p S O.preparation,Jan."Si says a great: I have deal used but Zeilin's find- ;

V. R. BRISTOL and TilE IH : ; : '...".. :;.<< Arrive Waldo............................. 4.10 p.m. I is curing me of Dyspepsia. Send me your medicine altogether superior
; TOWN IMPROVEMENT} H' 1 ::: ;..< Leave Waldo.............................. 4.20 p.m. J another package. Must have it. I in its eftect on the system.The best.
FLORIDA :. ; ..It...> ;< Rev. J. L. Brittain, of Blountsvilla, Dr. S. Mansfield. Wholesale Druggist. Memphis.
COMPANY. H : .. .;: ris Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m.Leave Ala.. March 1882,says: I suffered with Tenn.,says: "ilave sold it SO --)1' predecessor
I-< .. :. :. It.> r- ;..< Arredondo ........................ 5.24 p.m. ? torpid liver and costiveness and year sold it many years before me.That this medicine is a
STATE OF FLORIDA. kw W: : : : .;, ;;.<< Leave Batton........ ..................... 5.36p.m. with medicine admirable cured effect me. My for wife sick-headache has used it |gel1uin9'good one.no immoI19 one can Liver deny Medicine'and that none it is the dare true gainsay and

NASSAU COUNTY.You 1H : : : : z Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m. Original and Only Genuine. Estab. 1210.
M ;
are hereby notified that a writ of attachment .... w :. :. :" : Q ;;z< Leave Bronson ........................... 6.21 p.m. Put up in 35c. and SI. packages -
has been issued against you, the QC :. ,: .. : :. a...... Z< ;.< Leave Otter Creek....................... 6.51 p.m. ... and bottles by MEDICINEEstablished lt
said. Margaret Bristol and V. R. Bristol, her I-H-c ..........._ :. : :. :. E-4 1 z z;zm44 Leave Rosewood...... ................... 7.30 p.m. .-.- J.F. SIMMONS& CO...ST. LOUIS,Mo(

husband, and your property attached, to :. :: :. :. rz.fiI :;kz .< Arrive Cedar Key........................ 80.2 p.m. : ,
satisfy the demand of A. B. Noyes, amounting ti i o
He V; : +
i to the sum of fifty-six dollars and eighty- ;. f"" c : -.::: .. q oiE w ;..< Leave Cedar Key.......................... ';.00 a.m.
/live cents. .;ro.<. !"'""'t ..... :.' .i..: :; .;....<... Leave Rosewood......................... 7.38 a.m. COLLINS & co0 HARTFORD
Now, unless you shall appear before G. W. H : "::.It.:.!>... :.: o Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for > o w O :.< Leave Bronson................. ........... 8.55a.m. ,
Nassau: county, at his office at Fernandina, H ;' : Leave ..... 9.25a.m.
H.o::: -0 : Archer..1. 1826.
.... is ,
Fla. on the 24t.h day of November, A. D. H. ;.< Leave Batton ...................:...!!..... 9.42 a.m.
18S3'at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will berendered z o II uK Y: I Leave Arredondo ..............:.'/....... 9.57 a.m.

against you, and your property soldto E-4 >: Leave Gainesville......................10.24 a.m.
pay the debts. Dated this 19th day of Y4r :: .i F r.i : Arrive Waldo.............................11.13 a.m.

September, 1883. : ;zl Leave Waldo.....................:'.. ..11.25 a.m.
: :z
A. B. NOYES. Leave Thurston...................t.....11.54 p.m.
Fernandina, Fla., Sept: 1883.4w Y JmULtlWJ J1WtlJl UVlIUVlfDI Arrive Starke.............................. .............
II z : ................................................ ;.S
---- ;.< Leave Starke..............................12.15 p.m.
In the Jnsf cc.s Court, Nassau IH o :1)3ulJJJ11t1WJ ;%< Leave Temple's.........................12.24 p.m.

County, Fla. i Z Leave Lawtey .............. ..............12.48 p.m.
E. E. S. WADLEIGH, Administratrix -) jxxxxxxxxxxxxxx x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxJJ Leave Highland..................,...... 1.10 p.m.
; of the Estate of W. A. \ All Ordinances, or parts of Ordinances, Leave Maxville ........................... 1.35 p.m. '..
Sanborn, vs. V. R. BRISTOL. JSTATE conflicting with the above are hereby re- Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.05 p.m. ..
OF FLORIDA, pealed.Passed. Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.30p.m.
NASSAU COUNTY.You first reading August 2CJ, 1883. Leave Brandy Branch..........:...... 2.55 p.m.
Passed second reading August 29, 1883. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.15 p.m.
are hereby notified that a writ of attachment Passed third reading, and adopted, August Leave Callahan.......................... 4.05 p.m.
has been issued against you, the 29, 1883. Leayp, Hart's Road....................... 4.50 p.m. MANUFACTURERS OF
said V. R. Bristol and your property at- FRED W. HOYT, Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.25 p.m.
tached to satisfy the demand of E. E. S. President of Council pro tern. Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR .
\Vadleigh Administratrix of the estate of Attest
: Axes Hatchets Picks
\V. A. Sanborn, amounting to the sum of W. F. WOOD, Jr., City Clerk. DIVISION.
one hundred dollars. Approved : 9 ,
Now, unless you shall appear before G. W. F. C. SUHRER GOING SOUTH.' '
=Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
Nassau County at his office: at Fernandina, Acting Mayor.RAILROADS. Leave Dixie........................ ......... 4.40 p.m.
Fla.. on the 24th day of November, A. D. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57 p.m. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also .

ISS3, at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be i Leave Lochloosa.......................... 5.15 p.m.
rendered against you, and your property Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.42 p.m. FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
:sold to pay the debts. Dated this 19th dayof FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Anthony Place.................. 6.07 p.m.
September, 18S3. Leave Silver Spring..................... 6.35p.m. all sizes and price:; iVani $ j >) $.3 J Also, Plowing Machines.

E. E. S. WADLEIGH.By FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. Leave Ocala................ ................. 7.00p.m. Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &c.,
II. J. Baker, Attornev. JACKSONVILLE July 1st, 1883. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m. by writing to the makers,
Fernandina Fla., Sept. 22,1883.4w" /COMMENCING this date, Trains on this Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m.
COLLINS & CO. 212 Water St. New York.
\J road and its connection will run as fol- GOING NORTH.. ,
In the Justice's Court, Nassau lows : Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m. -
Fla.J. WESTWARD. Leave Lake Weir Station........ ...... 7.25 a.m.
County, No. 3. No. 1. Leave Ocala................................ 8.30 a.m. \ STOVES, TIN-WAR.E, ETC.
&. T. KYDD vs. V. R. BRISTOL. Accom. Mail. Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m. ptQ
TATE OF FLORIDA, Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 p m 1.30 p m Leave Anthony Place................. 9.15a.m. 1'SU W. P. STREETY, i
NASSAU COUNTY.You Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45 p m 2.14 p m Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43 a.m. \ i
are hereby notified that a writ of attachment 44 Lake City........... 1.10am 4.53pm Leave Lochioosa?.................,,,....10.10 a.m. ... Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
has been issued: against you, the Live Oak............ 3.15am 5-55 pm Leave Hawthorne.......................10.29 a.m. / MILLIONS
said V. R. Bristol, and your property attached 41 Madison ............ 5.25am 7.42pm Leave Dixie....:...........................10.47 a.m. FERNANDINA, FLA.1r .
!, to satisfy the demand of J. & T. Dri fton............... 7.20am 9.05pm Arrive Waldo Junction..... ...,.,..11.10 a.m. OF THEM
I KydJ\ amounting to the sum of twenty-two Monticello......... 9.35 pm Trains daily, except Sunday. 1 r For FLORISTS and
dollarand\ fifty cents. Tallahassee......... 9.05am 10.30pm
Now unless you shall appear before G. W.Sclwyler. Leave Tallahassee......... 10.45 p 111 FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. r Ah l1TE liS.
:: a Justice of the Peace in and for Arrive Quincy .............11.05 a m 12.00 p m ( ; Dutch Bulbs, Japan j
Nassau County, at his office at Fernandina, Chatta. River......12.10 p m 1.00 a m GOING No. SOUTH. Bulbs, French Bulbs,
5. No. 7. No. 15.Lv. .
Fla.. on the 24th day of November, A. D. Leave River Junction... 1.10am American Bulbs. Also
1 JS a3, at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be Arrive Marianna.......... 2.41 am Fernandina 6.00 pm 2.00 pm 7.15 pm'Lv. .-f f _, ____ Plants for Greenhouses l lLf
Hart's Road 6.35 2.32 7.48 and Window Gardens,
rl'llIlerc.lh"lin t you and your property sold 44 Pensacola: .......... 9.30am pra pm pm BEAUTIFUL/ ,.. ''I I
Jacksonville 7.37 3.30 8.45 rl
lo pay the debts. Dated"this 20th day of Montgomery...... 8.50pm pm pm pm nN ? {

September, 18 3. 44 Mobile............... 4.25 P lU GOING NORTH. Catalogue F J' .. sEEDS tEN,
No. 6. No. 8.
J. & T. KYDD. New Orleans.... 10.15pm FREE I I Ill Rochester, {.Y.&Chicago,III3DOWS
Leave Jacksonville..... 8.00 am 4.30
Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 22, 18S3.4w 44 Houston........... 0.50am pmLea"e 0
Hart's Road...... 9.00 am 5.28 pm

In Justice Court. EASTWARD.No.. No. 2.Mail. Arrive Fernandina.... 9.35 am 6.00 pm

QT.\.TE OF FLORIDA, Accom. No. 5 daily except Thursday and Sunday ;
o NASSAU COUNTY. ArriveJacksonville....... 8.25 am 3.00 p m No. 6 daily except Sunday ; Nos. 7, 8 and 15 JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALS

Tu Baldwin............ G.50am 2.02pm Thursday only-connecting with the Mallory -
G. 1L Bennett : Lake City............ 3.00am 11.38 a m Line of steamships for New York.. NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
You arc hereby notified that a writ of attachment Live Oak........... 1.25am 10.37 a m SUNDAY TRAINS. but contains all the medicinal properties STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS

has been issued against you, and 44 Madison ...........11.05 pm 9.12 a m7.30am Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.00a.m. of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
your property attached,to satisfy the demand Drifton............... 9.05pm Arrive Fernandina.....................10.25 a.m. is very pleasant to take, and TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE li
"f J. \V. Smith, amounting to $40.00. Now, Monticello ......... 8.00 a m Leave Fernandina..................-.....6.00 p.m. ROOFING:
unless you :shall appear before W. A. )faho111' Tallahassee......... 7.15pm 6.05 a m Arrive Jacksonville...................... 7.25 p.m. CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, AND GUTTERING
)". a Justice of the Peace in and for said Leave Tallahassee ...... 5.55 COLIC
l'Ount at his office at Callahan, on the 8th Arrive Quincy......?...... 5.20 pm 4.45 a m CONNECTIONS. ..
day of November, A. D. 1883, at 11 o'clock DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,
Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m 3.45 a m A large stock of Stoves on hand. Givemea
m the forenoon judgment. will be rendered Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 a m AT FERNANDINA, FLA., PAINS in the Stomach: and Bowels, call, and compare my prices with those of
against; : you and your property sold to pay 44 MariannaLeave .......... 1.39am other houses, here or elsewhere.
the With New York and Fernandina Steam-
debt. Pensacola........... 7.15 p m and MALARIA, by warming and stimulating -
Hated) this Sth day September, A. D. 1883.J. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8
Leave Montgomery..... 8.30 a m the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
"'. SMITH, Leave :Mobile.............. 2.00pm a.ni.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. ; and for :New action. Sold by BOOTS AND SHOES.
J? Plaintiff; York on Thursday, at 10.40/ a.m., 500. p.m.or .
__ Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m PALMER BUG'S,
Leave HoustonTrains ............ 6.15 p m 5.50 p.m. Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. TIIE NEW STORE.'
SALE. With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah -
1 and 2 daily Trains 3 and 4
U NI)>al AND BY VIRTUE OF AN except Sunday. ; daily Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT iAlso, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA

execution issued out of and under SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. CALLAHAN.To GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made :B W. F. WOOD, Jr., S .
the seal of the Circuit Court, in and for SLEEPING CARS Madison to Pensacola. and from Savannah and Charleston at without pepper. 22

Nassau CountySuwance Circuit of the Stateof CONNECTIONS.At 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m. .
Florida, on the first day of February. Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by O. S. OAKES c { Proprietor, } :E

Its ISO;, to satisfy a judgment obtained insud Xo. 4 in the a. ni. and No. 2 in the p. m., for AT BALDWIN, FLA., C
Court the of Decem To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m.AT ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
on eighteenth day all points North and East; with the Fernan- C> Cr >
her: .\. D. 1SGG, in favor of James B. Brown, dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- HAWTHORNE, .
against Emelinc Coy as Administratrix of the dina and with Steamers for all MANUFACTURES
; points on To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m. and 2.40

dollars, interests and costs-said execution Baldwin, by No. 1 and 2 with Florida p. AT WILDWOOD. .ALL SIZES. "
| to be levied on the goods and chattels, Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gaines- Post Office Box 174. .. !
lairds' With Line to and from Brooksvilleand S S
and tenements of the estate of said Am-
ville, Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all jan4 Fernandina, Fla
Miah Tampa daily Sunday.
CodecroseAl ; and also under and by Gulf Ports. except
virtue of a decree rendered lIon. Thomas With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
1 by At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida HO FOR THE BEACH.
!: Long;, Judge of said Circuit, sitting as & Western Railroad.At daily except Sunday. S Sr
"aucellor'the in said County and Circuit, on Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., A ND A MOONLIGHT DRIVE

second day of December, A. D. 1867, Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers :a:
awarding to Charles P. Cooper, for Solicitr urdays.At for Key West, Monday and Thursday: The three elegant Omnibuses McGinnis
;: fees, two hundred and sevent --five dol- Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- p. m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and & Rawson can be secured for private partieson
IJ fI'S. against Emeline Coy, as Administratrix cola & Atlantic Railroad Marianna.. Pen- Frida very reasonable terms,at any hour, either C> C>
to the estate of Amaziah Coy, deceased, and sacola Mobile, :Montgomery New Orleans, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key I day or night.
satisfy the I amount of said decree, with and all points in the West, Southwest and West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.; 26 McGINNIS: & RAWSON.To .
'"'ten't. and costs I have levied and 4 : -{ Fernandina, } :EJB
; upon Northwest-forming the SHORTEST, for New Orleans every Friday at p. m.
ill I ,pfTfor sale, and will sell to the hish- QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these For information respecting routes, rates Kent.

. ":".\. (r ler, at the court-house door in the points; and with the Central and People's etc., apply to'A. The property known as Sanborn's Stores. : Cor. Centre & Third. }} SJ
fcrnandina, at public auction, between Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for O. -)L-\cDOXELL, Apply for particulars to
the legal hours of sale: on the first Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdaysfor Gen'l Ticket and Pass. Agent. I A. B. NOYES.
onda iy of October next, being the first days Columbus and Eufaula. D. E. MAXWELL, Geri'l Supt. 12 : Fernandina. July 15-tf. ) rTIIE NEW STORE-

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" THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Death of Captain Isaac Hines services of a pitcher from St. Louis last Notes From Brandy Branch.To vannah ; with freight: and \

":i' :$? ;! "r3V '. Captain Isaac Hines, one of, the popular week, whose curved balls they were unableto the Editor of the Mirror: g a tia ers,by W. B.Tucker,agent.pt; .

. ',,' of the fleet of steam- that if the Heralds had 20-Sch. A. & E.: Hooper Hand,
.. ;. : : commanders Mallory bat. They claim BRANDY BRANCH, FLA., September 19. Pltt I-

:.. .",. '; ., 7.i. ', "_'; /t.00 A YEAR $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS ships, died at the United States Hotel, in had a Jacksonville pitcher and played a Much has been said and written about adelp.hla Ballc\; IumW' by hill'R teal

.'.}.t.:. > New York, on Friday last. Captain Hines Jacksonville nine the result would have other portions of the State possessing no 20-S. P. St. Nicholas.. Fitzgerald. c a.

I .;!. ,. : -i",'." Reflections. was a native of Salem, Mass., and for been different. more real advantages than we do ourselves, vannah with freight and passengers

. ; -.v many years was commander of the steamer The Fernandinas express themselves as and why should we sit here idle and not let by W.B.Tucker aent.?;

:: 4'-: The San Antonio sails for New York this Western Texas, of the Mallory Florida Line. satisfied with their reception. After hearty the world know of the mines of wealth sur- IN PORT.

'If afternoon. I Brig Ailsa, Bartling.
', '. ,, ;. r, a Under his management that steamer soon supper and a half-hour's rest at the hotel, rounding us? It seems to have been the
Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell.
. :.,i.,. '" ; ; I The United States revenue cutter? George became the favorite on the route. At the they picked up their bats and satchels and current notion, among not only our own Sch. Fannie W. ChiWs. Hart.

11,t. ','e:'>: S. Routwell is in port. time of his death he was in command of walked to the depot, arriving here about 11 people but with those who have visited the Sch. Rebecca II. Queen, Smith.
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". I:':" :"'' '", ;' The passenger traffic southward is assuming the steamer San Marcos, of the Texas Line, o'clock p. m. State for investment, that oranges and other Sch. Josephine, Willets.List.oI .

"": :, large proportions. to which he was transferred from the Flori- fruits could not be successfully raised here,
, : The Bravest Little Woman on Ame- Letters
:?, r :';. Steil's New York Sample Rooms,on Third da Line last winter. hence it has received but little notice., To
lia Island. Remaining in the Post-Office at .
, .:;> ;> .: street, will be opened to-day. Captain Hines was married about three know what natural advantages this part of
Last while to her do- Nassau Florida
i Tuesday, attending county, Sept. 21, 1S83
{ to Miss Evelyn Christopher, a native the offers to the fruit the
e The steamship San Antonio brought fifty- years ago county grower,
:. ; "' mestic duties, the attention of Mrs. WarrenF. Persons calling for these letters must
week. of Duval county, in this State. Mrs. man experience need leave the rail- sav.
New York this only
..: .. :.' .,: four passengers from Scott, living at Amelia, some six miles advertised:
: Hines was with him in New York only a road a few miles west and he is the
> f :' : ,\ .= During the absence of Mr. Geo. Hubby, from this city, was attracted by a crowd of upon Bratkens, Mad Johnson Mrs. C.
i ; few weeks ago, but at the time of his death fertile banks of the historic St. where
Marys, Chilton James C.
the Morgan, Emma
desk in
: ; Mr. Crippen will occupy his noisy and excited people in the road, pass-
had returned to Florida. the peach, fig and orange are in their native Clark, Lem Moody, Hannah
':, office here of the Mallory Line. ing in front of Mr. Scott's premises. Upon
The body of Captain Hines, encased in a and perfect loveliness, and III whose crystal Davidson E. T. Robinson, Robert
1.;, '," a President Arthur has reappointed Mr. L. investigation the cause of the excitement Delf, Pink Scott, Mrs. W. w.
metallic casket, was brought out by the waters the nimble trout daringly sports in
:' '1 : I Barnes register of the land office at proved to be a' huge rattlesnake coiled up in Foreman, Florence Stanford. Alice
.,, A. steamship San Antonio this week, and conveyed the golden sunshine. Grant. Mack Simons, Mas. V.
.t. '; and John F. Rollins receiver of the grass on the side of the road. Everybody -
: Gainesville, by special train yesterday morning at Unfortunately for Nassau county, and especially Hunter Rosa Taylor, Sophia

It i : ': .:; public moneys. 10 o'clock to Jacksonville. The following seemed to encourage the other to "killit this portion of it, the Transit Rail- Hall, W.A. Thompson, Martha
.. ..' ," but noneof the crowd (two of them Harrison, Leatly'illiams, Bellea
I t.. : ;, We are pleased to, learn from private gentlemen accompanied the remains from being full-grdwn men) seemed to have the road runs through it in such a way as to Hackles, George Williams, Jeanett

: ,' sources that the health of the Rev. 0. P. here to Jacksonville as a guard of honor : attack the show only its less advantageous parts, it Jinkins, Rachel Williams, Hagar
to dangerous serpent.
I :: J ;: Thackara, who is spending his vacation in Captain Wilder and Purser R. C. South- courage being apparently' low and flat, while buta Jackson,Susan Looesor. William
swiftly into the house Mrs. S. Jackson Jane
Running pro- Wall Master
;. f. North Carolina, has been much improved. wick, of the steamship San Antonio; FrankB. short distance off high lands and ham- Edgar
cured a pistol and fired at the snake, but SAM'L T. \.JDDELL. P. 11.

'!,: l Captain A. 0. MacDonell, general passenger 'I' Papy, Esq., Colonel.J. C. Read, Major W. this only seemed to arouse him, and he got mocks furnish soil for every variety of agri-

-'.'' 'j and ticket agent of the Florida Transit B. C. Dury e, Mayor C. A. Haley, Postmaster cultural industry. The rich soil in and upon Shingles.All .
> .' '. :' &; Peninsular Railroad, left for Chicago last S. T. Riddell, and Messrs. Fred W. Hoyt the borders of Brandy Branch down to the kinds at
little woman was not to be balked, however. 38-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co's.
i { Saturday, to attend the convention of general and E. P. Noyes. The remains were received Taking a club from one of the bystandersshe St. :Marys, by a little drainage, may be madeto

,:> ticket agents, which met there this week in Jacksonville by a delegation of despatched the snake which measuredfive bloom with golden fruit and verdant Nassau Fibre,

;. merchants, headed by Mayor Dancy, and fields of grain, as another Eden ; and it excites For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto
The Fernandina Base-Ball Club made an feet six inches in length. anything else in use. For sale bv

excursion to Jacksonville Thursday to play conveyed to the undertaking establishmentof the feelings of a mysterious inquiry June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT'& Co.

B. E. Oaks. The funeral services were why they have not long since been noticed
i a match game base-ball with the Florida The City Council.
held in St. John's Episcopal Church in the and fully developed by the ever-watchful Livery Stable at a Bargain.I .
...) Heralds. They came home a badly-licked i The regular weekly matinee of the city offer at a bargain my entire establish-

: 3 crowd, the game standing 11 to 1 in favor of !. afternoon. fathers took place Wednesday last. The capitalist? The oak, hickory, cypress and ment in this city consisting of Carriages

bay timber alone, if placed in market, would Buggies Wagons Carts Saddle and
;; I the Florida Heralds. The Florida Canal. following aldermen were present: Hoyt, .
Y than the of Horses, Harness, etc.
cost canal
t more pay cutting a
The steamship Carondelet will arrive here From the Savannah Morning News of the Avery, Williams, Robinson and King.A Terms of purchase CASH.
drain the lands of
large enough to Brandy
:f next week, being placed temporarily on 12th inst. we copy an interview of a repre- petition was received from the Fernan- G. F. AVERY.
Branch, and a soil would be made availablefor
Office and Stable-First Street
allow the Antonio General Mc- dina Fire Company, setting forth that the ,near
I the line, in order to San sentative of that paper with
the of and Street Wharf.
production more grain sugarcane 40
i to go in the dry dock to undergo an inspec- Laws. From the interview it will be seen company, having organized as requested by
than the whole could ,
county consume
.t! j tion and have her bottom cleaned preparatory that there is every reason to hope that the Council, desired Council to provide the company Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
to of the fruit and
f1 with aucengine, apparatus, etc., and say nothing vegetable Tracts containing twenty acres each of
to the winter business. energetic labors of those connected with this
productions attending the same. choice high hammock land on Orange Lake
asking that'Mr.iC. J. Kimball be detailed to
:1 The loss by the hurricane to the steam- great undertaking are about being crowned While it is not my object to speak disparagingly suitable for orange growing and truck farming -
: instruct the in the working of the
well-merited It be company are now offered for sale. These landsare
1 y ." er Newport, towed into Tybee roads by the with success. may mentioned of any other section, yet it is a fact
of the exactness of apparatus. The petition was referred to the very conveniently situated for transpor-
I : Western Texas, is estimated at over$150,000. as a guarantee Committee on Fire Department.A known to all of experience that whereverthe tation, by water or rail, and will he sold on

The damage to the rudder of the steamer the information, that General McLaws orange is said to do best malarial fevers terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-
: from Mr. M.
' : and she her speaks with the authority of one of the original remonstrance was received tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
: : was repaired, proceeded on voy- exist, from which this section is entirely ex-
of the canal to Downey, stating that a most "diabolical"scheme large bodies. (l. R. FAIRBANKS.
; age to Cuba on Tuesday. incorporators company, had been concocted by the Florida empt, possessing, as it does, good water and February IG, 1882. Fernandina. Fla.
whom the State of Georgia gran ted their char-
:; The Western Texas which sailed for Newt healthy people.
Mirror and advocated in "that sheet, by
t A .> ter in 1876, in which charter the interests of ,
York on Saturday last, carried thirty Passengers which none but substantial brick buildings Under the business-like supervision of Mr. ADVERTISEMENTS..

our section,more immediately,are represented L. W. Higginhotham superintendent, the --- -- --------- ----------- -
;; and the following cargo : 468 barrels
0 Mr. Samuel A. Swann. In the charterfor should be erected on the block recently destroyed -

A ,x ) rosin, 149 barrels spirits, 834 logs cedar, 159 by that portion of the canal traversing the by fire, unjustly discriminating public schools of this part of the county :McCartney: Hedge Rose 1'luiit.s.

cases cedar, 68 boxes oranges and lemons, 50 the owning lots in that"unfortunate" have commenced and a good attendance is HAVE THE ONLY FLORID A-f;SHOWS
against poor I
: ; packages merchandise, 40,000 feet lumber, State of Florida, and granted by the Legis- noted. Probably the greatest hindrance Plants for sale at this place. Price :?.5O
: : block. He notice that
i lature at its last session, we find the names gave per 100; $20.00 per 1000.
", 40 tons old rails. though, in the way of the general progressof
; he not in favor of the petition presentedat
", of General J. J. Finley, ex-Governor Geo.F. was ALSO UMBRELLA TREES.
pupils in the public schools lies too frequently -
The flags of the shipping in this port, the Drew, and Major Geo. R.JFairbanks the last meeting of Council. M. O'NEILL
in the indifference and little inter-
cust.om-house, and the office of the Mallory of Florida. The remonstrance was referred to the Com- Fairbanks, Florida Transit R. R.
worthy sons est manifested by parents, who should not Refer to C. D. Furman, Fairbanks, Fla.
Steamship Line, were raised at half-mast Need how mittee on Fire Department.The .
we say sincerely rejoiced we
only see that their children attend regularly -
', ;", Thursday, as a token of respect to the memory feel at the preliminary operations mentionedby following bills were received and or- but should show to them their deep interest ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,

: r', '; of the late Captain Hines, whose body General McLaws? or what "good speed"we dered paid :
y in their intellectual by fre- Fernandina, Fla.
'. f :;. was expected from New York by the San..Ani wish the operators,when organized under J. Crandall, work'at fire of Sept. 11...$ 2 29 progress
.. .. L. Jenkins, *' ... 2 29 quent visits to the school, and speaking to
j tonio. .
combined charters for the out INSTITUTION, UNDER THE
carrying ... 23 of THIS
J. Mackey, them words encouragement.The
I So far Mr. C. V. Hillyer, the agent of the of this too-long-delayed great work? T. Wilkerson, .. u... 1 05 friends of Rev. Mr. Bazemore will be pleasantly located of the in SISTER one *of OF the ST.healthiest JOSEPH.is .

i' insurance companies, has paid the following P. McCall, ... 1 24 Florida.
.. portions of
J : pleased to know that he is to preach here on
losses, occasioned by the fire September: The Florida Heralds vs. The Fer- J. Wells, ... 1 :24A. : The building,which was erected especiallyfor
in October. Rev. Mr. Hin-
.I Baker, ... 1 05 the third Sunday
Mrs. A. C. F. Stark, on building, nandlnas. a Boarding School, is large and airy.

I I Hartford Company....................$1,200 00()() On Wednesday morning the Fernandina Mrs. S. T. Skinner, for boarding and. Icy, of the Methodist Church, admitted Mrs. The Course of Instruction is thorough and
.. 34 25
R. 'Vood..u.
# S. Carrio, on stock, COntinental...... 292 20 nursing Mattairand Mrs. Smith into full member- solid comprising, both in English and
i Base-Ball Club received a challenge by wire George Demott, for boarding and nurs-
I ,, Wm. F. Wood, Jr., on stock Phoenix John Jackson........................... 24 (00( ship in the church last Sabbath, and ad- }French all the branches of a good educe
from the Florida Heralds of Jacksonville to ing tion. Board Tuition Bed and
'I and Hartford...................... 830 22 another Washing,
N. Brownson, glass for street lamps... 2 50 mitted on probation.A $40.50. Music Les-
play that club in that city on the followingday Bedding per quarter,
:::, Captain Wilder, of the steamship San A bill of F. C. Suhrer, for services as Act- small-sized tornado passed over Dutton sons, with use of Instrument, $12.00.

Antonio, which crossed the bar Thursday the reason assigned for so short a no- ing Mayor for July and August ($66.66)), was last :Monday, frightening school children to Plain Sewing and every variety of FancyWork
tice being that the Hiltons, of Darien, had without additional
taught charge.
tl evening about 9:45: reports that the lowest laid over.J. an alarming extent. It is understood that
agreed to play them on Thursday, but at Payments required in advance.
soundings made on the bar by him were 25 A. Ellermann, agent for Mrs. Gelia Bil- one little boy ran out of the school-house, Schools will reopen October 1st 1883.
their mind.
the last moment had changed
:' feet, and the tide was not at its full flood lings, gave notice to Council in writing that and in his excited search for a more favored For further particulars, apply to the Acad-
The Fernandinas wired back that they
.>; f either. This extraordinary high water on at the next term of the Circuit Court he spot was several times hoisted up by the emy. 42
would the challenge, and left by
; i the bar was probably caused by the northeasterly should apply to the Honorable J. M. Baker wind, but at last made a safe retreat in Mr. -THEUNIVERSITY -
special train for Jacksonville at 11:15 Thurs-
":,': : winds which have been prevailing for an order to reestablish certain lost city Surrency's house.
'j day morning. They were met by a committee OF THE SOUTH
...i -1 lately. bonds, the property of the Liberty Billings The recent heavy rains have swollen the
: ; of the Heralds at the'depot, and took the
estate. streams to overflowing, ond the tuneful frogis LOCATED AT SEWANEE, TENN.,
'JI '.j. { t The Cumberland Route to be Reestablished. streetcars to the St. Mark's Hotel, where IS
The Finance Committee reported unfavor- again happy. TOM. upon the Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet
dinner was served. After dinner they were
above the sea-level. This School, under the
i' We understand that an effort is being. conveyed to the ball grounds. Game was ably on a bill for$3.25(the difference between special patronage of the Bishops of the Protestant -

I made to have the Cumberland Route, which : called at 3:30: o'clock, with the Fernandinasto cash and scrip on the original bill) of James Range of ThermometerFOR Episcopal Church in the South and

McGiffin balance due him on table furnished THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY,SEPTEMBER 2JHORSEY'S .. Southwest oilers the healthiest residenceand
proved so popular two years ago, reestablished the bat in the following order: DRUG STORE.
the best both moral and
Council and the vote being
this winter, the steamer St. Nicholas J. D. Palmer, of Fernandina, s. s. room ; upon educational in its Grammar School and its

1 now running on the Sea Island Route-to S. Swann, of Fernandina, 1st b. taken, the bill was not allowed-the vote I ::: ::: I M::: = r:- Collegiate and Theological Departments.For .

make daily trips between Brunswick and M. N. Garubrill, of Fernandina, 2d b. being a tie and the President voting in the d !of i. ci. e the special claims of this University for

negative.The I ISaturday. t- :: 1 :: = r patronage, apply for documents to the
this port, connecting with the railroads. F.Lewis, of Fernandina, c. f. REV./TET.F AIR HODGSON;,
Committee on Lamps and Lighting .....Sept.15 78 80 84 82 NV.76 ,
Jas. Menzies, of Fernandina, 1. f. Vice-Chancellor.
.: '. The Sea Island Route. Streets was authorized to procure and have Sunday ..............16 81 81 80 NE. 37-4t Sewanee, Tenn.CuriosityiVariety .

; The steamers City of Bridgeton and Florida, W. LeFils, of Fernandina p. six lamp-posts for street lamps.In Monday ............17 79 84 84 81 SE.
;. .] C. W. Maxwell, of Fernandina, r. f. put up more ............. 78 \ 83 82 80 SE. Y "
of the above route, having undergone thorough Jas. Nix, of Fernandina, 3d b. the absence of the chairman (Mr.Kelly), Wednesday..19 78 82 82 81 1 SE. IIc:

' ; ,1 repairs, and having been newly painted Mr. Avery, on' behalf of the Committee on Thursday..20 \ 76 80 81 ( 79 NE.
; ; C. M. Stark of Fernandina c. \ \
,; '\ refurnished, etc, will soon take their Fire Department, to whom was referred the ............... ,78 80 81 80 NE. Store
\ : u The side was quickly put out, without
.. .J ::1j. places on the route between Savannah and matter of submitting a plan for organizinga
getting to first base, and went to the field.
'r, <*r! JS. H-'' this city. The City( of Bridgeton will arrive The Florida Heralds came.to the bat in the fire department and raising the funds to MARINE. Offers a large and carefully selected

;1"t here next Tuesday,and will make tri-weekly procure apparatus, made a verbal report,
following order: Port of Fernandina.HIGH .
: 1" 'r.4 trips, touching at Brunswick. The Florida stating that the committee was in corre- STOCK OF HOSIERYFor
r Burbridge, of Jacksonville, 2d b.
; t will resume her trips on the 15th of next spondence with manufacturers of chemical WATER.
Ebon, of St. Louis, p. Sept. 22...... 0:00: A.M. 0:23: P. M.
1 fi w month, when the service will be daily. and other appliances, Saturday, ,. Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.
; : engines, apparatus, "
Smith, of Jacksonville, 3d b. Sunday, 23...... 0:50" 1:25
: ,' r ..Ithe F. B. Papy general freight agent of and that the committee hoped to hear from 24....... 1:53": 2:29 u _
, G Sullivan of Jacksonville f. Monday,
c. .
:S:_4 :D XEBCSIEFS.Silk : :: :
:1 ', Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad, them in a day or two. He also stated that : Tuesday 25...... 2:56 u 3:30 hWednesday
Bisbee of Jacksonville 1st b.
.r. .. has been appointed general freight traffic the efforts of the committee to obtain the 26...... 3:58": 4:27": u Linen, and Cotton.
Burkheim, of Jacksonville, 1. f. Thursday u 27..4:57: 5.1:

:, :!... manager of the line for Florida. W. Bailey Benett, of St. Augustine, c. necessary funds had been very satisfactory, Friday, 28...... 5:48": 6:09 h
1 ; .' # Tucker will attend to the local business. and he had no doubt that the full sum need- Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,

i1 Whiston, of St. Augustine, s. s. ed could be raised.Alderman ENTERED. Laces, Towels, Napkin.

i .. The Fire Companies Organized Peterson, of Jacksonville, r. f. Hoyt introduced an ordinancefor Sept.15-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah Dress Lining, Buttons

ri I In compliance with the request of the They also were put out in quick succession, the of a fire department, with freight and pas- and Notions Generally.
t f having made first base only. The organization to W. B.Tucker, agent.
+K A. City Council, the two fire companies organized game sengers,
; which was referred to the Committee on S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald Savannah LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES -
i' this week. Hook and Ladder Company was contested closely until in the fifth inning 17- A new of
Laws and City Ordinances. with freight and pas- just received and marked low.
: t No. 1 met Monday evening at the Council when, through an error of the Fer- Adjourned. sengers, to W.B.Tucker,agent. -

't '. room and elected the following officers : nandinas, the Heralds ran up their score, 19-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- Our Stock of COSSETS is Very Superior.

y Jas. McGiffin, foreman. which stood at the close of the game 11 to 1 School Notice. vannah; with freight and pas-

assistant. sengers, to W. B.Tucker,agent. r In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK
V M. N. Gambrill, in favor of the Heralds.Of .
School No. 1 will
t' W. F. Wood, Jr., secretary and treasurer.A Fernandina Public open 21-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder 1,680 ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a
course the home nine have a numberof the second Monday in October.C. tons, New York ; with freight fine variety.

committee of three was appointed to excuses to offer for their defeat, and we A. KEY, Principal. and passengers to R. W. South- _

G ? draft a constitution and bylaws.The give them the benefit of their explanation.They Fernandina, Fla., September 18, 1883. wick, agent. FLORIDA AID SE3II-TROPICAL CURIOSITIES

i Fernandina Fire Company met on claim that the ground of the Heraldsis CLEARED. A SPECIALTY.

Tuesday evening at the same place, and abominable, the bases having to be run : For Rent. 16-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa-

p, n chose the following officers: through heavy sand, the diamond is not One of the best truck-farms inthis section vannah ; with freight and pas- jIJ't-Orders from the Country Solicited.KING .**;

of the country. For particulars applyto sengers,by Yo B.Tucker,agent.
Stephen Morris, foreman.
level, and the third base cannot be seen .' Ruth St.
t Paul Francis, assistant. MBS. EMMA FLETCHER 17-Sch. Darling, Chipman, : S7
,Yo H. Williams, secretary. from the umpire's position. Then again, Third Street. Pierre; lumber, by L. A. Davis.

J. D. Love, treasurer. they claim that the Heralds procured theft Fernandina, August 11,1883-tf. 18-S. P. St. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Sa- 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.

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