Florida mirror
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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: October 6, 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
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STATE NEWS should be found among men claiming the. NEW YORK GOSSIP. on another, slower steamer. There I had party left by special train for Fredensborg,

privileges of civilization also to make good for some privilege, which where they were enthusiastically received.

Leon. Mrs. Alex. Nettles, suddenly becoming THE CUTTING OF NEWSPAPER PRICES-WHAT IT they said they granted me. I understandthat The Morning News publishes today a telegram t

discontented with the burdens of a large WILL LEAD TO-THE CATHOLIC COUNCIL this system of extortion is regularly from Berlin containing a re8'lcmlof
Colonel F. B. Papy of the Transit
week. family, unexpectedly took unto herself THE THEATRICAL SEASON, ETC., ETC. indulged in on nearly all crack steamers. Major Gossler's report to :Marshal von
road has been in the city during the '
it is wings and flew to parts unknown last Tuesday To the Editor of the Minor: They reserve a number of staterooms say 'Moltke on the recent manoeuvres of the -
to learn that '
him we are gratified "
From ice morning. In the absence of her husband NEW YORK, September 29, 1883. that the ship is full, and then get double French cavalry. The movements are exe-
to have here an factory
certain "
pretty we are demand and children, the latter being at school, And now the Herald has followed suit in price. I do not suppose that the companies cuted : with silence and regularity by the i
next -
in time to supply
Na- she packed up her clothing and struck out the cutting mania Wednesday morning are parties to the swindle but I think the men ; but there is a plentiful lack of initiative -
It will be established by
Com- over the rough sea of life for the phantom when I went to get my daily supply of news conduct of the masters, pursers, doctors, and decision on the part of the officers.
Refrigerating & Transportation
islands of the blest. However, she will prob- papers the newsdealer"
pany, an organization holding patents for ably find it so before she returns. No causeis the "Price Two 'Cents,"! on the Herald. tice. The tipping system aboard''sh.ip is the enemy even the generals of division
of artifi-
in the
great improvements process given for her deluded conduct. She "This is an outrage," he said, "but I am another nuisance. Why everybody from seemed to lose their heads, hesitating and
for the
The machinery
cial ice production. leaves a husband and three children, nearly resolved not to put up_with it. Just see the master down to the boots expects some- delaying until the precious moment for ac-
work at this place is already prepared, complete. s
grown, to regret the unwise course she has what an amount of handling a paper like thing, and if you try to avoid giving them tion had passed by, and to no one was this
Mr. Phillips, the vice-president thus pursued.Our the Herald requires and I shall now have to what they expect they will soon make life defect more painfully evident than to General .11.-'

the company, is daily expected to arrive in County Commissioners, being guar- sell three of them before I can earn one miserable for you. You go out expectingthat de Gallifet himself.In
Florida. On consulting :Mr. Papy as to
dians of the public good, would do well to cent. I shall get just enough Heralds to your trip will cost you say $100. By many cases the commanderinchiefwould
in the State for their
eligible points opera- look into a case of pauperism in our midst.It supply my regular customers, and sell as actual experience you will soon find that it assume the direction of a division in '
tions he recommended this place and Gaines-
is the case of Mrs. Manning, who is up- many Tribunes as I can. They treated us will be nearer double that amount. person, and point out what steps should be
It is believed that both places
ville. wards of ninety years of age, and her condition well, for although they reduced the price of While philanthropists and theorists are taken in such and such emergency, his meth-
recommendation.Kconomist. ,-
receive the benefit of his
is such, from bodily infirmities alone, their paper a cent they did not cut us. discussing the condition of the negro and ods always, says the report being clear and

Orange. that she is as helpless as a child, and deserves This cutting of prices is growing to an devising plans to raise his physical, mental logical and intelligible to every one. Creditis

the aid of charity.: alarming extent, and does no good, for as and moral status the members of the col- given to the men for their good riding,
week Mr. W S. Blaisdell, formerly t
ago Two souls were rendered happy last Sun- all the papers eventually,will do the same, ored race in this city, at least are developing and to the officers for greater confidence in

of Vermont, arrived in Tavares, and day at Baldwin, Fla., by the Rev. Mr. they will all be on the same plane, and arti- rapidly in wealth and influence. I was the saddle, while the horses appear to be

a couple of days later was followed by Mr. Hampton, who united them in the holy ficial increases in the circulation will melt speaking with a colored clergyman the other somewhat better trained than was the case
five hundred colonies of
Davis and some bonds of matrimony The lucky pair are away. It stands to reason that savings will day on this subject and he tells me that last year.

bees. Mr. Blaisdell's purpose was to establish Mr. George Wood and Miss Fannie Dupray, have to be made somewhere, and the effectof there are at least a thousand members;) of his Major Gossler comments, however upon

an apiary at Tavares, and after acoupleof the eldest daughter of Mr. W. II. Dupray, of this will be the lopping off of men in the race in this city who are worth all the way the unreasonable overloading of the animals f

days spent in looking over the country, that place. May their future be as success- office and the cutting of salaries. The World from $50,000 to $300,000.Iost: of them -a mistake in equipment which must

including Eustis, Lake Joanna and other ful as their wedding cake was abundant. has already reduced its staff. On the Herald started in life as waiters, caterers or barbers. greatly detract from their usefulness. Cavalry -

points he finally and definitely determined Bear tracks have been seen in the hammocks and Times the men are hourly expecting the They were thrifty, industrious and well be- under present conditions, is no longer f t

to remain at Tavares; because first of our superior near here, but as 'yet, no attempts knife of the guillotine..;,to fall, and on the haved, and thus they got people interestedin to be relied upon for the actual shock of

location transportation purposes, have been made to capture them. Tribune poverty has Icing1 held such supreme them who gave them points in the stock war. The improvements in arms of preci-

and next because of our superior lands. He The Nimrod of this section seems to be sway that instead of bread and cheese there market or other speculative fields and thus sion have rendered such an office unneces- 1

accordingly purchased a lot from Mr. St. Mr. James Pringle, who killed a fine fat will soon be nothing bit bread left for the they progressed. But in spiteof their wealth sary, but its duty is to watch the movements -
fronting on Lake Dora, about Y
Clair Abruns, deer a few days since. TOM. daily bill of fare. I I these people find much difficulty in living of the enemy to cover the operations,

one-half being composed of superb ham- ---'----.- We are rapidly developing a method of decently. In any good neighborhood land- in short, to be the eyes and the ears of rand
and the other half of pine land
mock land, Notes from the St. Marys River police work which reseinbles very much the lords would object to niggers," and neighbors the main body. Surely for such work the

of a superior quality. Here Mr. Blaisdell secret service so popular in Russia and would despise and annoy them. For first necessity is speed, which, in turn, is
make his future home and he
purposes to THE RAPID PROGRESS OF KING'S FERRY. France. When the frauds in the Water Bureau this reason a scheme is now on foot among only to he obtained by lightness of equip-

is now busily engaged in constructing_ a To the Editor of the Mirror: were discovered the police centered: on the leading members of the colored community ment. Yet, in spite of complaints and efforts -
house and otherwise preparing for his fami-
Any one who has not visited King's Ferry David B. Aitken as the one principally im- to form a stock company, for the pur- at reform. the old system is still main- F
who will arrive early in November. Mr.
ly, within the last twelve months will be surprised plicated. He was arrested late on Saturday pose of buying and improving real estate, tained. .
Blaisdell is a Congregationalist minister, _ y
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at the many marked changes and im- night and taken to police headquarters, the thus enabling members of their race to live
and is a gentleman of culture and refine- The County Commissioners.
in that that intention to him locked for their and
provements vicinity. During being keep up according to means pleasure. The F.
ment and will probably establish a church
time the Mizell Brothers have put up a very several days to thus force him to make a scheme is as yet in its infancy, but the capi-
and Sunday School in Tavares in which OF THE LAST MEETING OF THE ,
large store, and in addition to their gang- confession and not make known what others tal stock will probably be fixed at $250,000. PROCEEDINGS
labor he will receive the hearty cooperationof BOARD. i
,I saw have put in a circular saw in their mill, were in the frauds. He was not even takento Another project on foot among them is to
our citizens. His location is immediately The regular meeting of the Board of Coun-
and are now turning out more lumber than a police court, as the law requires. Unfortunately establish: a first-class club house. Over $300-
I adjoining the village and is in fact directlyon Commissioners was held on Wednesday
any other firm in the county. They have for- the manipulators? Al ken's 000 will be subscribed to purchase a house ty
the Boulevard which will be extended to 'las t Present : Chairman G. W.
improved and laid out the grounds around son came to police headquarters late on SiuT- and fitI if u"ppfoperly, and thins we*wihIson< morning > ",,
the lands of Mr. Hewitt. and probably Lewis and Commissioners l Jones;; and John- r'
their residence, which gives that bluff a very day night. A reporter:who was acquaintedwith have the delight of seeing full-blooded col- ,

through that gentleman's property. Bee pleasing aspect. him ascertained the reason of his pres- ored swells ogling dusky beauties from club- son.The 1
culture however is the industry to which following was offered by Mr. Jones
Mr. Thos. Higginbotham has finished ence, and then the whole story leaked out. room windows, an occupation which, after ,
Mr. Blaisdell to devote his time and adopted : j
proposes within a few months his fine residence, The police were very much disgusted, and all, seems to be the main delight of young
principally He brought five hundred col- WHEREAS, Section 7 of an act entitled"An 'a
which is very pleasantly situated, on high charge the papers with spoiling their case. thoroughbred clubmen.
Act to Keep in Repair the Public Roads and
all of which arrived in fine
onies with him, ground and overlooking the river. A Catholic clergyman tells me that the __ .___ _u_._. H .__ __ Highways of this State, and to amend an p'
Indeed arrived here in
condition. they Mr. J. King has finished a new house, and main reason why the present Council was IMPERIAL VISITORS AT COPEN- act,'" etc., makes it the duty of the County
much finer shape than he expected consid- several counties
Commissioners of the at
Dr. Wright a new store and Mr. T. Russell HAGEN.To r
called enforce the
was to regulations passedat
their annual in each for levying -
ering the length and fatigue of the journey. meetings year
who is determined not to be outdone his the Editor of the Mirror
by the one a few months ago. Strict canons ; tuxes to levy a special road tax of not less
Already the bees have to honey mak-
gone neighbors, is building the largest private of discipline among the clergy were then COPENHAGEN September 15, 1883. than one-half mill nor to exceed one mill, l

ing, although the manufacture of honey is residence now here. The building is two enacted but somehow they were heeded The arrival in Copenhagen of the Czar ami this levy not having been made at the
but secondary consideration with Mr. l.-u meeting, at which other taxes
a t regular
Blaisdell. His principal purpose is to breed and one-half stories, 25x40 feet, with a largeL more in the breach than in the observance.The and Czarina of Russia has been the occasionof were- levied, it is now f,.

and double verandas. clergy were ordered to wear the Roman great popular rejoicing, the warmest enthusiasm Ordered, That a tax of one-half mill be 1 s'
colonies for At the North the
exportation. Orange Bluff, two miles above here, also collar as a distinctive badge of their calling, being everywhere displayed.It levied (as other taxes are levied)as such road y,
season does not till July,and from this
open shows signs of improvement. Mr. Allan yet one by one dropped it after wearing it was scarcely daylight when the Royal tax.The
time until frost but little can be done towards ordered
following bills were paid :
Davis has just finished a fine house and his for a few weeks. They were ordered not to yacht Dannebrog having on board the King,
raising colonies. A bee queen is considered R. Henderson, burying: pauper...... $9 00
brothers will build shortly. the Crown-Prince and the King of Greece
I good for two years, but it is only in go to races, theatres, etc., yet at every race J. A. Ellermann, expenses of jail for L,

the South that this is the case. Besides at The steamer Martha had a very large course this year one. could see plenty of started to meet the Russian Imperial yacht September.....................................165 00 '
freight on Monday, and I am glad to know them. The Cardinal and Bishops are now Dershava at Kjogebay. The Dannebrog was R. W. Schuyler. fees in justice court... 11 99-

the North the long and severe winters kill that Captain Richardson, with characteristic determined to put a stop to. these violationsof escorted by two corvettes of the Danish Jurors and witnesses........................ 12 50- ;
; out large numbers of colonies whereas l
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enterprise, will continue to make semi- church regulations.The navy. On reaching Kjogebay salutes were And bills of the school board. )
here there is no danger of losing from
any weekly trips up the river notwithstanding theatrical season is beginning to boom fired in honor of the Imperial visitors, who It was ordered that the sum of $4 per
cold. It is Mr. Blaisdell's idea to ship colonies
the contract for carrying the United jiow, and with Colonel Mapleson's prospectus quitted their own vessel for the Dannebrog, month be allowed from the county treasuryas
to the North as well as to sell them to
i States mails has been given to the railroad of what he proposes to do for us in the where they were heartily welcomed by their aid toward the support of Mary Manning,
our own people and to out his plans
J. )1.King's illustrious kinsfolk. Then the Dannebrog an old and infirm woman living in Election
::1 he has come here very fully equipped. The company. line of Italian opera, the menu for the com

will five of Ferry, October 2, 1883. ing winter is complete. Of course no one returned to Copenhagen, where her distin- District No. 11.
cover over acres ground,
... .. that he will half of his guished landed about 11 o'clock. A petition of fifteen citizens of the countyfor
and will be as attractive as it will be a novel --- --- -- expects carry out passengers

sight in South Florida. In addition to this, THE GRAND EXCURSION. promises. Mapleson! never does. Still it Salutes were fired, and military bands playedthe a public road near Callahan was read,

a factory will be started in Tavares for the Arrangements have been made for the gives us something to hope for. The lead- Russian National Hymn. An immense whereupon it was

members of the State Press to take the train ing winter attractions will, no doubt, be the crowd had assembled to witness the arrivalof Ordered. That the Road Commissioners of
manufacture of bee hive of which
a Mr. District No. 9 be, and they are hereby directed -
Blaisdell has a patent. As soon as the of the Florida Central Railroad, leaving series of performances of Henry Irving and the Emperor and Empress and cheered to view the route indicated in the said

buildings for the apiary are constructed this Jacksonville at half-past one o'clock, p. m., Ellen Terne '. The sale of seats begins next them loudly. The whole garrison was pa- petition, and lay out the same if, in their

factory will be started. With characteristic on the 15th of October. The 19th will be Wednesday at the Star Theatre, and Mr. raded, and the municipal authorities were judgment, it is for the convenience of the-

spent Pensacola, and the party will arriveat Abbey expects that the house will be sold also present to receive their Majesties. The public.
Northern promptness and energy, Mr. Blais; .
The of fifteen householders of the
Louisville on the evening of the 17th. out at. the end of a few days. King and Crown-Prince, with their guests petition
dell, arriving only on Thursday, went to I .
that the road from Callahan
As will be observed, by Captain Chipley's There will be a boom in lecturing this then drove to the railway station, whence county, asking a'
work on Monday last. The lumber for his
letter, published elsewhere, the Pensacola winter. In fact the indications are that the they traveled by train to the Royal Palaceof to Geiger's Ford, on Thomas' Swamp, be'r
house was hauled to the ground during the
; declared road was read and referredto
& Atlantic Railroad has tendered the courtesy lecturer will be as abundant as ten years ago, Fredensborg in company with the Queenof a public ,
week, and his assistant, Mr. Davis, who is
the Road Commissioners of District No.
of free passage over its line to all mem- when no church of any pretentions thoughtthat Greece, the Princess of Wales and the
an excellent carpenter is busily engaged in
that the road be declared
bers of the press and their wives. It is expected it could maintain itself unless it gave a Duchess Thyra of Cumberland. As they 9, with the suggestion -

constructing the building.-Tavares Herald. that these gentlemen will be accom- winter lecture course. But there is a great drove through the streets of Copenhagen, a public road if, in their judgment,'

I panied by the Governor and his cabinet, deal of mountebank business in the way of which were lined with spectators they were the convenience of the public requires it. ,m

Notes from Brandy Branch who will naturally wish to be present on the pushing and urging the claims of rival I again enthusiastically greeted. The Czar King Alfonso was -publicly---- --insulted by

18th, the day specially assigned to Floridain knights of the platform. Burbank is now and Czarina both look well, and seemed in the hoodlums of Paris on Saturday last while ; i

SENSATIONAL ITEMS OF THE DAILY PENNY the programme of the Exposition.Other being advertised as the "American Irving." excellent spirits. All the journals contain on a visit there. The cause for this out-

PRESS P.\TTERN-A DUEL WITH CLUBSIN passengers, not members of the Adirondack Murray, who has tried scheme articles eulogizing the imperial visitors, and rageous conduct to a guest seems to have-

A CLOSED ROOM, ETC. press, who may desire to accompany these after scheme and failed, has come back, andis welcoming them to Denmark. It is noted been that King Alfonso had seen fit to pay a

To the Editor of the Mirror : distinguished visitors may avail themselvesof working some dark scheme to astonishthe that no Russian Emperor has visited Copenhagen friendly visit to the Emperor of Germany,

BRANDY BRANCH, FLA., October 4. the same opportunity. They will be takenat public and force it to hear hira.=Of since Peter the Great was here in which was to be immediately followed by a

Some of our Georgia neighbors seem to be a very low rate and will have ten days for course business is business, butstill one does 171G. the proffer of the same token of respect and

followers of the pugilistic school of warfare. seeing what can be seen at Louisville and to not like to. see the methods of the Bowery The Emperor of Russia: on landing wore a regard to the President of the French Re-

From a reliable source I am informed that visit the Mammoth Cave. Museum introduced in a field of instruction Danish uniform, while King Christian, the public. While in Germany the King had I

)[r. Boss" Osteen and one of his neigh- We are authorized and requested to state and intellectual entertainment. Crown-Prince, and King George wore Rus- committed the, to French eyes, unpardonable _

bors had a dispute a few days since, which that further particulars may be obtained by "Somebody ought to expose the tricks sian uniforms. The Imperial and Royal sin of accepting an honorary colo-

grew to such a high state of excitement that inquiring of Mr. F. C. Sheppard, General and devices played on travelers on, ocean party drove from the port to the railway nelcy in a Prussian regiment. The King's

they finally agreed to settle the matter with Passenger Agent of the P. & A. R. R" at steamers," said a returned voyager to me. station in open carriages, the Emperor occupying reception in the French capital has createda

sticks in a closed room. Consequently the Pensacola ; W. 0. Ames General Passenger There I went out on the crack steamer the first equipage with the King great sensation throughout Europe, espe-

weapons were obtained, when they were Agent of the Florida Central at Jacksonville of the Line, and engaged to and the Crown-Prince of Denmark, the cially in Spain. 4''

both locked up in a room together and I I or A. 0. MacDonell, G P. A., at Fernan- come back in her. When I came to the Queen of Greece with the Princess of Wales,

fought each other until they were perfectly dina.-Pensacola Advance-Gazette. booking office in Liverpool they told me the Crown Princess with the Duchess of The first of the many tokens received by !

helpless. Mr. Osteen had his arm broken, that the vessel was full, but that perhaps the Cumberland. The carriages were escortedby Stonewall" Jackson's widow and her

and otherwise was badly bruised, while his Professor Bothrock of Philadelphia says purser or the captain or the doctor or some life guards. A detachment of Hussars daughter while they were in Boston was a '

antagonist had his nose broken and his that at the present rate of destroying American other official would let me have his stateroom headed the cortege. The streets through superb basket of roses, with the compli-

whole body dreadfully used up. It is to be forests the country will be without on payment of a bonus. Not being which. it passed were gaily decorated with I ments of a few members of the Grand Army .

regretted that such unwise conduct as this woodlands thirty years hence. willing to submit to extortion I took passage flags. At noon the Imperial and Royal I of the Republic." f a,

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; ', '. NO HALF fl7"Ar DOL1''S "Hello, Charlie I hope so, or Aunt Barbara will feel occasion." (Good heavens now it'was com-I Damian to me. We were sitting half-shaded
.: :t.. ..:.j.If" '! '1' hated visitor, *' ; disappointed at your lack of fealty ing ; then I had proposed to her !) by a screen, and Ethel was making convey
/'. '. \; .1 .. ..'. Belubbed fellow-trabblersi.In holdin' forth been up all night ." you remember all that passed as vividly as I sation In her graceful manner with the
.;:1'; ":" to-day, Oh, go to the the house over head and ears in love. do? If so, your head is a stronger one than governor -
'.,. .; I doesn't'quote no special verse for what I Thanks ; you been! in love many times before, in most young men's of your age." And so I am really to believe that You
i, 'II 1' ... .4., has to say .- kind of a fellow, I had always been falling in love ever What in the world was she driving at, I hold to the declaration you made to me* un
: ;, 1 '.::' De situ on will be berry short, an''dis here so warm a I was fifteen, but this' time there was wondered-had I 'proposed to her or not? the river last week?*'
t. .''. '; am de tex- (I should add about it. If so, why did she adopt this maternal tone "Can you doubt me? Did I not repeat it
j ( : :.>4 i Dat half-way doin's ain't no 'count for dis cousin, which need to ask what luck Charlie," ex toward me (I was twenty-five); and if not, to ;you in all earnestness in the Row only a
'J ::..:.r'. wor!' or"de nex'. lack of ceremony ) Ralph, as I bounded into the han- what did this occasional coquetry of manner few days ago Miss: Damian ?" -
' Well I will for 'Accepted' is written in huge portend? "Yon
t'i :: cap- are a very chivalrous young man,
1 .. ;. '.\,, Dis! worl1 daJtTwe's. a libbmin is like,, .a cotton am awfully all over your face." Do you know, Mr. Carew, that althoughI the apt pupil of a chivalrous father; 'I won
i)I<< ., ; ',' row, .; want of your she is angel !1" have directed several remarks
,, : ' any Ralph, an to ;you, and der if you mean all you say, and still more
'r::.; : .Wbar ebery cullud gentleman has got his "Oh, if it's a the most of them are, I notice, until asked you at least two plain questions within I wonder if you distinctly remember what
.r..." : .. line to hoe, didn't you say ; are married." the last five minutes have remained absolutely did the
you you really say at picnic. I have
'f' ; ;. And time a lazy nigger stops to take a
:; every this "
: may always deigned no reply to insulting re- mute? always had my doubts on that subject."
f." '::' ., nap pinch." but drove back in silent ecstasy, leav- What had been the use of my introducingthe "Miss Damian, do you wish me to repeat
: : ; De grass keeps on a growin' for to smudder Bosh, my Ralph to his own meditations. governor if this was the quagmire of it now ?"
1 .'p'.' ., ; up his crap. am a little off every sweet has its accompanying bit- embarrassment in which he had left me? Certainly not, for I am sure you could
-' ::h,! ; I. When Moses led the Jews across the watersob see "- and the reaction of my miserable posi- He had not even smoothed the way for an not if you tried; but to relieve you of all
,,oj''I. : :''. .t' ,I de sea, Whew-w, I upon the last blissful hour was harder explanation. further anxiety on the subject I will tell
I ", 'I Dey had to keep agoin1 jes' as fas' <.as*fas' woman in the than before. Why, it was ever so I collected my senses-there was no escape. you not all that you said, for that would be
.r ,., could be ; w; awful duffer I worse! Here was I pledged perhaps I "Miss Damian." I began, seriously, "believeany to repeat too much good-humored! nonsense
:, t : '. Do you suppose dat dey could eber hab suc. seen it at first !l"' aunt, while I was desperately in love ill of me that you please; perhaps the but the one important declaration whichevidentlj.
rd" t ; ;;' ceeded in deir wish, (How I hate the the niece. I recalled the words that my champagne was not'very good," (I had not weighs so heavily upon your con
? .. .", And reached. de Promised Land at last-if which seems to a had uttered regarding her aunt's foi stopped to consider its quality at the time); science."
; : f' : dey had stopped to fish ? pry into and as she termed it, but even this could but my memory is not so faulty as you "I am all attention."
,, .: l Believe me, offer any strong solace to me. How imagine, and at least accept my assurance "Well, you confided to me, of course in
:: .My frien's, dar was a garden once, where felt at this she know to what extent matters had that anything I uttered to you the day before the strictest secrecy, that you never could
,. Adam libbed wid Eve, have attended l ? There was no help for it, I must go yesterday I am prepared to stand by now, marry any woman if you thought she were
: a ", Wid no one 'round to bodder dem, no neighbors like the returned prodigal and if the devotion of life of
of mine. There governor a can- capable consuming as much lobster saladas
t for to thieve confess dilemma, even at the risk of She interrupted with of those
man !-he my me an incomprehensible any one three young ladies did,
? ', .. And ebery day was Christmas and dey got telling me that I called every epithet expressive of the smile. against whom you seemed to bear such a
: -. deir rations free, of myself one and ugly word foollf in his exten- "Ah, that is what you all say, but how grudge for refusing to flirt with you in the
\ P 1 I' And eberyting belonged to dem, except an a half truth in vocabulary. can I place any dependence on such expres- very presence of their fianc 's. There, I knew
f c apple tree. but the was sitting in the library. I felt an ,sions when you seize the first opportunity you would feel relieved, but it is a very bad
:.1 You all know 'bout de story-how de snake truths are true, sneaky sensation creeping over to leave me for the society of my niece?" compliment to me to let it be so apparent."
". come snoopin' round- the more and an inexpressible desire to get be- "Miss Damian, believe me-" Good heavens and was this all? Had I
; r ', A stump-tail, rusty moccasin, a crawlin' on does it ?) myself as I opened the door and "Mr. Carew, I will believe nothing now ; been making myself miserable and objec-
P'. t de groun' Look here, or rather edged. myself into the but see, your father is going, and it is time tionable to all my friends for the past week,
How Eve and Adam eat de fruit and went the humor for All my courage was oozing out at for Ethel to be returning with me. Good-by and for nothing? Even my habitual self-
f and hid deir face us drop the finger tips like Bob Acre's. The sooner for the present, and if you and your father control failed me now, and the expressionof
)'; 4 Till de angel oberseer come and drove 'em its cause al matter was over the better for me, how- care for our society, come and lunch with us delight on my countenance no doubt deservedly
'. off de place. Yes, saw so I broke headlong into my confes- one day next week." called forth Miss Damian's reproof.I
J : for his morning Here the governor came up in time for the was a free man again, yet honor forbade
,: >: j Now 'spose dat man and 'ooman hadn't'tempted fit' enough." first, of course, the old man was furi- invitation, which he accepted with a posi- me to jump at the position too eagerly.
,*:"* for to shirk, I winced at I always had been a fool, and now I tive chuckle of delight.So "You cannot think," I said, "that this
J. i But had gone about deir gardenin' and ten spot. going to. commit the greatest folly of I had committed myself and could not little misunderstanding can alter the rela-
: ded to deir work been'loafin' Well, and tie myself up to some woman old now retract. Farewell Ethel, my vision of tions between us?"
: Dey wouldn't hab whar dey had smoke while 1 to be my mother, of whom nobody light farewell to all my hopes and. dreamsfor "Relations what relations? I don't understand -
;\"i F no business to. we'll see how to anything, and who, for all we could the future, henceforth you, Mr. Carew.'*
:., w And de debble neber'd had a chance to tell Mv tormentor might not even be respectable," and "Father," I exclaimed, with a dignifiedsneer "Surely, you could not have mistaken
'+( ;1 'em what to do. goodness, but in the usual manner of irate fath I as soon as we were left alone, "permitme the nature of my offer to you the other day
,::. : No half-way doin's, bredren It'll nebber do, presence to that when they have got the whip-hand of to express my gratitude for the able man- in the Row?"
.:''f f I say ; There was no erring sons. ner in which you have helped me upon the She burst into a little fit of laughter.
i''' t! Go at your task and finish it, and den's de upon my elderly bore it all meekly enough, and at last most trying occasion of my life." "You foolish boy, do you take me for an
,=,' .!; I time to play- delay. The lon the explosion} by throwing myself "Why, you young cub ; you don't know ogress? Could you not see that I was only
/,: },2 '. For eben if de crap is good, de rain'll spile worse they his mercy and asking him to help me when you are well off. Miss Damian is a amusing myself? I value the freedom of
'..'. de bolls, I went down of the fix. The ruse was successful. perfectly charming woman. I had no idea my maidenhood a great deal too much to
'f Unless you keeps a pickin' in de garden ob smoking. Bah We must see my elderly charmer to- from your description that she could be sucha part with it so easily. An old maid I am,
'":4. it yur souls. this morning to ; we had better call to-morrow. No? I delightful creature. 'Made-up,' indeed ; and an old maid I mean to be to the end of
\ 441 suppose ,then, the next day, and he would see you puppies of moderns seem to think that the chapter. Besides, do you think I haveno
;;, I# t Keep. a-plowin' and a-hoen and a-scrapin' luncheon time there was to be done." no woman who has outgrown the follies of eyes? I am far to experienced in reading -
,$1'i f ', ,, ob de rows, a drive? I have so ended the interview between the the school-room can retain a vestige of nat- the signs of love" not to have observed
And when de ginnin's ober you can pay up "Thought so ; and myself- felt relieved, but I ural beauty." where your heart is fixed, perhaps not
.. : i what you owes ; speak the truth not feel at rest until this dreaded call "Thank you," I replied, sullenly ; "but without good grounds." and she looked,
)( f :' r'' But if you quits a-workin' ebery time de Time enon h over. whatever Miss Damian's preservative qualities expressively across the room to where Ethel!
.j 'r....,.' sun is hot, have seen her,' I governor was very good all that day. may be, I have no wish to marry a woman was sitting. Love at first sight is no such
:I: V. V,' ;: t, De sheriff's gwine ter lebby on eberything you come? I generally did turn up trumps at a real i old enough to be my mother.' uncommon occurrence after all, .is it, Mr.
, {J f.' .von's got. side." "You have only yourself to thank in the Carew?"
10".1 / "All right old I next after lunch he proposed a matter,and must :abide by the consequences. I raised her taper hand and reverently
; day
r 1 ; .:...' t ""hateb r 'tis! you're dribin' at, be shore and
. t?I ; dribe it through the interests of in the Row, as he said, to distract my Don't blame me. As it happens, you have kissed it. Miss Damian, you have taughtme
done accident the wisest actionin most lesson and I should be
and by perhaps a gracious
playing from the painful absorbing
q4' .. And don't let nuffin but do what
:- you
.>j';(' '; you's gwine ter do once." that engrossed it. ;your life, and selected a wife in every way most ungrateful to profit by it. Believe
, y tI/; ... .. ... For when ; foolin' den We drove to had been walking up and down, stop- fitted to enhance your position and keep you me this time when I assert that my allegiance i-
: sees a nigger
you as "
l .: ', t shore's you're born, sun seemed to now and again to greet some passing out of mischief. to you" is, in another form, stronger
; E You's gwine to him comin' out de small and my spirits when I suddenly saw my vision be I clearly saw it was no use to go on argu- than ever.
Y". see with the while he in this That is well and now and talk to
. eend ob de horn. the house. me. It could be no other; there was ing governor was ; go
/" i s Was Miss a face among all the beauties present mood ; so with a half-smothered ejaculation, Ethel and leave me to amuse your father-
. I thanks you for de 'tention you has orb dis! Yes, Miss could have been compared with, or be which was not a blessing, I let the matter that is more in the fitness of things.
I, ;. r4 i afternoon- My last for hers. She was sitting under drop for the time. And I was in a delirium of delight for the
:J M Sister Williams will oblige us by a-raisin' ob entered the shade of one of the great elms, daintily For several days after this I went about rest of the afternoon. What need to say
''t ;: i a tune- five minutes in some diaphanous, creamy white with a hangdog expression which seemed to how often I called at the house in Kensington
'a t$ ;,: t; I see dat Brudder Johnson's bout to pass perfect vision of 0"I and looking more bewitching than cause no little amusement to my cousin after this? indeed, I could not, if I at-
iJ'.t aroun' de hat, tonished gaze.Picture And that lady sitting beside her- Ralph, who was forever popping in upon'me tempted. Enough that I at last screwed
'..1t, ,,1 rt And don't let's hab no half-way doin's when to that of course was she to whom I be- and rallying me upon my appearance ina my courage to the sticking-place' and ob-
,: it comes to dat! creature your myself engaged, my Elderly Char- manner which, he no doubt, thought very tained the one word from Ethel that was
':1 I ; '3+, : -Irwin Russell. imagination witty. I wonder I did not kill Ralph when wanting to make my happiness complete.Our .
>,1 s. V -- -.---_ -- woman, and my self-accusing hour of remorse I had I look back at that time. He richly deserved wedding took place in the following
'< i'' A CLEFT STICK. case. her an injustice. There was no '* make it. month with the usual orange blossoms,
:.: a : Her eyes, her there. She was dressed in good taste, The governor and I had accepted Miss white lace, fees, and frippery. That abomi-
I :.-. : ; 'No, there was no doubt of it; I had drank But I will not as became her age ; any disinterested Damian's invitation to lunch for the follow- nable Ralph was my groomsman. The
V ::: I a great deal.more than was good for me, as fear that they would have pronounced her a de- Wednesday. I was rather at a loss to laugh was all on my side now, and he has
:'.;: ; my aching head and parched mouth only vidual idea of elegant woman, well preserved for understand his evident impatience for the never to this day suspected the real facts of
; too painfully proved. It was not the lobster lusion. indeed she were so much, and with starting hour to arrive as soon as the day the case, when he drove with me to Kensington
.V',, sa.13d-I scorned the deception ; it was She could not pretensions to good looks. came round. He had disappeared unusu- that morning after the picnic, and waited
the champagne. I had always maintained teen or twenty. started involuntarily, and the governor ally early to make his toilet, I thought, as I outside the house in a hansom.
M that picnics were a mistake, and now I was charmer of it. sat smoking in the library and feeling far "Oh Charlie," exclaimed my Ethel as we
... certain of it. some mistake. Charlie, what's amiss now?" from comfortable at the prospect of this started for Paris on our wedding trip, what
,y.' Do not misunderstand me when I say picnics The vision Why," I answered, growing suddenly luncheon with my elderly betrothed. a good thing it is you married me tir now I
: are :a mistake. Your real, rural, half- smile of all over, there she is !I" While I was engaged in this manner the shall make such" an excellent chaperone for
'{ impromptu picnic with a few intimate dent ?" governor entered, dressed in a state of discomfort Aunt Barbara !
friends in some pleasant spot away from the I. Miss Damian Over there, sitting under that tree and that almost looked like anticipatingthe When we returned to London, the old gov-
9 + busy hum-drum of every-day lifers pleasant I amiss to that lovely girl in white." wedding. ernor was the first to greet us.
,enough ; but what I inveigh against is that .1 in my aunt's Now for it, my boy ; introduce me." Why, Dad,'' I exclaimed, "I never saw I could not make out what had come over
s 5 set feast luxuries, conveyed in a perfectly to express her walked forward and raised my hat. you look so young before! You seem to him, he seemed embarrassed, and anxious t"
i appointed luncheon basket to some hackneyed you see this Damian "- have cast off twenty years of your life with avoid meeting my eye, and turned the conversation -
: feasting-place by pampered menials i- cold on the so we have met sooner than we ex- your old coat, just like a snake. Where whenever it touched upon home
," and in which the only variety from will call again Mr. Carew ; accept my apologies for did you get that gardenia from?" topics.At .
every-day luncheon consists is that it is That voice a cold yesterday when you called, "Nonsense, my boy, nonsense; there is last when we were alone he came up to
eaten in an uncomfortable position, instead order to convey I can hardly blame the cold, for it was nothing unusual, I suppose, in making one's me and put his hand shyly upon my shoul-
: of the orthodox comfortable one. And this sound? All the at the picnic and is now gone, arid self look respectable. But what are you der. "Charlie, my dear boy, don't call your
had been the case yesterday. Besides, the and running it not been for the picnic we should not doing here, Charlie, at this hour? You father an old fool, but you see the house was
,S '" company had not been to my taste. Imaagt tion. met, and you would not have called at ought to be ready to start, and for goodnesssake lonely after you left it, and, I had no com-
t. r' ine a single man, or, indeed, any man, picnicking "I am deli-I I dare say my niece did the honors for throw away that filthy cigar. I don't panion to amuse me in your absence, anti M>
'" with three engaged couples. Could yond measure- better than I should have done them want to go to Miss Daiui.in's reeking of to- and so-in fact. Charlie, Miss Damian'* is now
:; the most contented of mortals have been day !1" ." bacco." (The governor never used to objectto Mrs. Carew, and your"step-mother. "
rr'-' happy under such circumstances? 44 You appear ; answer that I could make to this was tobacco at any time of his life ; he was i Bravo, governor 1 exclaimed, and a
True, there had been a few odd middle- it rather cool." look rapturously at Ethel and mumble an inveterate smoker himself.) charming" step-mother, too ; accept my best
t..LV aged outsiders, but what of that? Ah I what 44 What I ( to Miss Damian. It wants more than half an hour to the wishes !
indeed? And as my memory began to collect coming more was certainly a touch of coquetry' time,"' I replied, nonchalantly ; ., no hurry, So, you see, Aunt Barbara did not require Dm
'; its scattered particles I had more cause er into ) Aunt Barbara's speech, but it was the we shall be there quite soon enough.'' Ethel for a chaperone... after. allTemple!
V1S than ever to curse that picnic. meant to say coquetry of a lady who knew There, that's just the way with all you -
We had been up that river, a party of to almost any position and could maintain it. modern. ;young men ; you ought to be TIlE INSANE.
t.er3, twelve-yes, that was it-and finding that of introducing introduced the governor by way of hid- ashamed of yourselves. When I was youngit "One who has been Insane,'* writing in
j, no blandishments on my part could distract although I had my idiotic confusion, and the conversa- was considered an atrocious breach of the Popular Science Monthly, says : The first
tt ,i the course of true love of any one of the thing but regret became general, or rather broke up into good manners to keep a lady waiting ; but that I remember of my attack was while I
i; ;+ three engaged: misses from their faithful Qui,'excuse, for I seized the vacant chair next to you youngsters are all so stuck up in your was riding in a railroad car. It seemed to
i swains, I had e'en been obliged to fall back ments to me at and left the governor to Miss Damian own conceit that I believe it is a part of your me that the passengers in the forward part
I e upon one of the odd members of the please. How religion to go late everywhere for the satis- were getting up amateur theatricals. The
,, party. Urged on my wild career by desperation prevented from 011 may not believe me, but it is perfect-- faction of creating an excitement, just likea fact that this did not surprise me, nor ap-
i 't'": d and frequent glasses of champagne. I : It was ( that I forgot all about my dilemma parcel of young misses: but I don't intend pear at all out of place, illustrates one curious
: had made violent love to maiden lady of- for the ) the moment I plunged} into that heav any of these degenerate habits to influenceme. feature of insanity, and that i is:; its closesimilarity
,, well, of a certain age. She had been too to you aunt for } tete-a-tete with Ethel, and was oblivi Go and make yourself presentable at in many respects to dreaming. It
agreeable ; that was her only fault. What from it. of all surroundings. once, and for heaven's sake use some eau de is well known that the strange phantasmagoria
'S might I not have committed myself to in dull enough." last my trance was broken. Miss Da- cologne to banish that disgraceful odor of attendant upon most of our dreuin-:
t my efforts to drown ennui Who knows? hAh, my leaned forward and pointedly ad- smoke, sir ; Miss Damian's is not a pot- never strike us at the time as at all astonishing -
Perhaps I had proposed to her. Well, she yet another me. house." illogical or contradictory, because the
t i' had been very charming, why not? Great I sec !" I am telling your father, Mr. Carew, I slunk upstairs without further parley, critical faculty in sleep is partially and per
heavens she was forty if she was a day, and ". What do }" he must change places with you and and made the necessary alterations in my haps wholly dormant. And so also is it !in
V perhaps-bah !perhaps she was"made up." 41 Yes, it is my me a chance of renewing our pleasant dress ; then we drove off together to Ken- insanity. And as a sound or a touch will
:; t'; At least, I remember she appeared to possess Aunt Barbara of the day before yesterday." sington. suggest or give direction to an ordinary
: a certain amount of good looks but how used to say governor did not seem to have exerted Who shall say that acting is only acquiredby dream, so everything that occurs within thiesight
; was I to know that those dark lashes! were flirt.with a pair much in my cause ; he was beaming practice? I believe that Charles Mathews or hearing of an insane man affect:
: ;V V not the result of antimony, those languishing thing better, and with an expression of gratified van- himself could not have schooled his him in like manner. Also, he has no more
; glances, belladonna ; that complexion, her amiable evidently not the result of a battle fought natural instincts to affect a greater air of control over his words or actions, when the
.' t .. arsenic ; those delicate white hands, bismuth deed, I always favor. polite empressement than I managed to infuse insanity is complete, than a somnambulist.And .
r, j' ? and now, too, I remembered that I in following her tore myself away from Ethel's side and into mv'greeting to Miss Damian. when a patient comes to himself after
: had promised to call upon her. She lived play propriety. seats. And Ethel-I was obliged to commandmy having been insane, he feels as though hehad
: at Kensington. Happy thought ; perhaps I I means nothing Do you think that I am going to let my feelings still more severely with her, been having a long and, sometim*.
9 t' had mislaid her address. I jumped off mychair ble. We are chevalier of the picnic imagine that he perhaps not quite so successfully,. for I felt a very unpleasant dream. Some of my de
I ";; :' with more alacrity than I had thought i iI other, and she is to shelve me in that easy fashion to- the tell-tale blush mount to my face, and lusions were of a frightful character, and re-
r J possible, and rummaged my pocketsforthe Aunt Barbara." ? Had you a very bad headache yest r- my, hand trembled visibly as I clasped her sernbled a nightmare more than anythingelse
I ;i; I. card she had given me. She said, with a The charm of morning Mr. Carew? I know you at- dainty fingers for the space of the orthodoxfew but more often they were by no means
J;: bewitching smile, that she was quite sure I tirely carried that champagne a great deal too se seconds. disagreeable. Of course it seemed strange
i, I!' should forget the address unless I had that that this nasty as it was, but no matter,,com Luncheon was over. It had not gone off to me afterwards that I could have been car
f ;'I' card. have otherwise aside, confess that you were inor- as badly as I had anticipated, all things con- ried away by such absurdities. At one time
1 Xo such luck, there it was, only too pal- The ice once bored at the feast, and that you sidered. The governor had been more ani- I thought that the end of the world had
:' pable to the naked eye. I sat down again to ing with my fell back upon me as a pis alter, pour mated than I ever remembered having seen come, and that the day of judgment was at
the pretense of breakfast I had been making throes of le temps. Engaged lovers are the most him, and he most considerately monopolized hand. This was somewhat remarkable, because
j during these reveries. An unwelcome knock feeling seated creatures in the world,certainly. No, nearly all Miss Damian's attention duringthe I had not tor years been a believer in
'1 .;, at the door, followed by a more unwelcome At last it was won't-well, then, I shall keep you to meal. Now he had, apparently with the Scriptural prophecies relating to those
j intruder, put an abru pt end to them. again, may I not word that you uttered to me on that some reluctance, given up his seat next Miss two events. Nor had I any faith in the docJ -

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I visited that place of torment !and During the present season three trains per -----.-- : f
witnessed the tortures of the damned-with- day leave Mobile for the North loaded with 7TTT : 187 S.
out, however, getting scorched myself. Some vegetables. They are consigned to Chicago, : ."" -- ,
that I had in St. Louis Cincinnati, Cleveland, Indianapolis :
strange conceits come across .
books occasionally suggested material fortoy and other places. None of the vegetables .- -,. y ; '. DRUGS 'anHORSEY MEDICINES HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,

mind; to work on.' I saw men whose produced near Mobile go to Eastern cities. til/f::!. .. ". .. r
I ': I' Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua
souls I believed hadbeen taken from their These are supplied by States on the.Atlantic ? "
bodies, leaving behind the intelligent per- coast. Until this year New Orlean has had .....''". ...,, .- .T.A. : ,-'.! .
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sonal identity-an idea suggested by a char- advantages over Mobile in the matter of facilities ,': .):- '. "; ::1:" :. ..-_ ,
acter described in Bul wer's"Strange Story." for transporting vegetables. The .. .
'.,c', '. "- : It. } Calls answered promptly day or night and
I thought that demons occasionally managers of railroads were a long time in !! : ,
reanimated Again human bodies after death ; and discovering that it was to their advantage to ...' < ', .'., Medicine furnished without extra charge.
PHARMACISTS |= Office hoursa.. until 8 i" k 2
this fancy I must have got from a dramatic help the trade in early vegetables. '- m. ; p. m > ,
'' :;:( : i.' Yr ;>: and 7 to 8. 22 ly*
work by Bishop Coxe entitled "Saul, in The worth of the early vegetables t a
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which the evil spirit sent to trouble that un- north from )Iobilecount.last year amounted 1 ; ; : :. aI I

fortunaie monarch reanimated and took possession to $264,000. About the same amount :. ...; :: .... ... ; ', Centre Street, DR. 1V. E. SNYDER,
of the body of a priest whom Saul will be realized this season. There is a large .f". e
had slain. I mention these instances as acreage, and prices have been well sustained, ; :. ': :: .' FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, ;3Z

serving to show the dream-like character of but the season has been rather unfavorable.The "i :; ......1 :.. : ;" "

insanity.'ONPOISONOUS. principal vegetables raised are cabbages, ... i'_ .. KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- > 0
tomatoes, potatoes, pea-beans and peas. Less ';4-i V n of FRESH and PURE FOR- ::. =

DISINFECTANTS.The attention is now given to cauliflower,lettuce, ..' '.'. : t' ," : '1' EIGN and DOMESTIC 0Z
radishes and cucumbers, as all except the r t': =
antiseptic properties of carbolic acid .. i
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been known and this substancein first are raised in the North under glass. Drugs and Chemicals ::""
have long .
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many >
year -
its liquid state is extensively operations -2
the business. Several I capitalists have recently .... 'r-
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by surgeons. As a non-poisonous considerable in the busi- ..t. :." : : Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
disinfectant the acid in a vaporised condition put money .. .--.,'. : !
market The methods of 1,1. ; 0;' ;
is said to be in\'aluablein hospitals and ness of gardening. ... Proprietary and Fancy Goods, WJI. B. C. DURYEE
; ,
market gardeners in the South are about : / ; "
sickrooms, and the following a simple "fj. { : s

plan recommended by Messrs. F. C. Calvert the same as effort those in the North.vegetables They in employ advance -- '" .. .'-, "j..' ,"' .....,...- .--,.,.:,..r.. f....,.... .....<... ,." FINE TOILET ARTICLES, COMMISSION MERCHANT,
to produce GENERAL .
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Homer : :f r.1- ;
of the natural season. Capt.
only of the acid but also of a carbolic vaporizer CEXTRE ST. NEAR R. R. DEPOT
under Stable .
has three acres glass. manure, ,
for the of which de- ,
use apparatus of cotton seed, and the various :::': : ,. :
tailed particulars are given. artificial fiertilizers are employed to enrich ..r: '. '>..*,f IN GREAT VARIETY. FERNANDINA, FLA.
Place an ordinary house shovel over the .
Little fruit is raised in the vicinityof : : .
hot but not the soil. ;
fire until it becomes thoroughly (
Small fruits Hay, Corn, Oats
red hot) ; then take it to the centre of the Mobile shipment'North. .. Physicians' Prescriptions
be '
rule not found to profitable.
are as a
shovel back
and the (
an ounce
of room each bottle pour is graduated in ounces) ofNo. Curculios trouble all the stone fniit. The carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at ,. W. K. BAUKNIGIIT,

4 or No. 5 carbolic ; lean the shovel so melon worm has been so troublesome during reasonable prices. AGEXT.WHOLESALE .

that no fluid! can fall to the floor, and the car- the past five years that very few melons AND RETAIL
bolic will be readily given off in vapor sufficient have been raised. It is somewhat difficultto
to fill an ordinary room. This. will procure reliable labor in the vicinity of a Florida Lands. BUTCHER ANDDealer

I disinfect the air of the room, and as genuine Southern city. The older negroes can be I
- carbolic (more properly called phenol or best depended upon. The younger ones DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. in Ice
phcnylie alcohol) is not a mineral corrosiveacid desire to spend most of their time in town. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, ; '
In places remote from large towns they do PALMER BRO'S
the vapor will in no way injure pictures BROOM STREET WHARF r
,: metals, or fabrics. It is highly beneficial better. They find that they must work in
! in many infectious diseases and having order to live. Those who are industrious, The Peninsular I-=- -+ L +- 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. ;
: been scientifically proved to benefit in country or city, accumulate property and tpH R sTS 4- '
lungs affected by tubercle, it may be safely get along very well. Industrious and saving LOUIS A. C. LANGE, s

I'' inhaled to a reasonable extent and it can habits, however, are not the rule among AND If
be diluted with water if weaker vapor is them. Most of them are content to remain -+, 11 II / II II II II +- UPHOLSTERER -) :,
fluid be poor, providing they can live with little
wanted. The No. 4 can more easily
tolerated because of its extra purity, and tommy work. -H Tropical Florida Centre Street, near Depot, Foot of Centre Street,
if -- -- ------------- '"
its odor is decidedly pleasant not
of this -
exccsstvelyemployed. Daily use process FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
is strongly recommended when infec- Colonel Richard Peters,of Georgia,writing RAILROAD COMPANIES Furniture repaired in the best manner.
tious diseases are present or feared, and it about the best breed of hogs for the South, Hair Mattresses made to order at short
will\ be found serviceable in cases of whooping says the Berkshire, as improved, appears to $& ABSOLUTELY I-URE, notice. 36
-congh. The vapour is not at all inflammable be well adapted to the wants of the Southern -
unless the shovel be made red-hot or people. The hams of these hogs are ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED JAMES JIcGIFFIN,
held within two feet of fire or light, and the beyond doubt superior to those of any other i
but it should and the animals fatten readily at AND BUILDER
fluid will not injure carpets ; breed any CONTRACTOR V
not be allowed to fall upon oilcloths, painted age. They are, however, inclined to become DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
varnished woodwork or furniture. wild if allowed to run in the swamps and Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
y. B.-If any raw carbolic acid should fall l are not called up and fed regularly. At ALACHU,
on the skin, it. must be promptly rubbed off eighteen to twenty months old they will Standard Patent Medicines, FERNANDINA, :FLA. !

with cloth and the affected well with fair treatment from 250 to 300
a dry parts yield, Orders and estimates from a distance <*irt-
rubbed with oil. If taken internally by mis- pounds of net pork. The sows are good PUTNAM, fully attended to. 25-tf ,
take, sweet oil and castor oil should be administered breeders and good nurses. -| Fancy TOILET Articles, -

at once in large doses, and no Of the Jersey Reds-a larger breed than MARION O. S. OAKES ;
water used.-Clinmlers1 Journal. the Berkshire -Mr. Peters' experience is ,

that they require to be kept on high feed PERFUMERY, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, 1
I'OTASII IN THE SOIL. and permitted to run until two or two and SUMTEP ANDHERNANDO

The effects of potash upon most soils are a half years old before slaughtering. They ILTJiOIjV'S EXTRACTS, etc. MANUFACTURES

so very enduring as to give rise to the saying will then weigh from 400 to 500 pounds. DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF
that *' the land never forgets a dressing of They are a lop-eared breed, and do not vary & S" Especial and careful attention paidto
ashes ;" and many instances could be cited in color except in.the shades of red. Young PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ALL SIZ.ES.
where their effects are apparent for 30 or 40 pigs have small black spots on the skin, by Post Office Box 174.
years. 'This is not surprising when the action which do not show as they grow older. AT PRICES FROM an experienced Druggist.i jan4 Fernandina, FlaP

of potash in the soil is accounted for. They are prolific breeders, old-sows bringingfrom sS* )[R. RABB, the Manager, will sleep "
Potash and phosphoric acid are the two prin- ten to fifteen pigs at a litter, and when over the store. and will respond to all callsat ANSLEY,
cipal fertilizing elements of wood-ashes and well fed they yield more milk than sows of i
both held very firmly in the soil-Dr. any other breed; the cross betweem them $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All nisrM r
Lawes, the noted agriculturist, of Rotham- and the Berkshire makes in Mr. Peters' Ltr

stead farm. England, stating that potash and opinion, a most valuable hog for all practical "" .' ".-,, I Qr' I
phosphoric acid will remain in the soil for purposes. .
at least thirty years ; that an application of "The Essex beyond all question," says these lands are in the central .... a. S- f fV

these fertilizers made thirty years ago on his Mr. Peters, "can be kept at less cost than }
of the State and
peninsular portion k--
other breed. They originated in Eng- ,
farm is still recognized: by its effects upon any c tD
the crops. Potash, too, is one of the necessary land by a cross between the Neapolitan and within fifteen miles of Railroads in ;;:
ingredients of the soil for plant food. the Chinese, and to them the Berkshires owe i (t)
And while it is already very abundant in : their great improvement, the blood of the successful operation, traversing a territory -

most soils, yet it is held in combination ; Essex having been freely used by English which is being more rapidly '
with silica in the form of a silicate in an insoluble breeders of Berkshires. They require some South bide Centre St., near the Depot.
skill in their for when highlyfed settled and than other Ea NDAII'S
and inert condition, and, therefore, management developed any >G .
it i is that an application of potash, in whatever the sows become too fat to breed, thoughif of the State. -- 6 Ott S V 1NGURE FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE. AND Ik
form, to the soil, has such remarkable allowed to run on grass they bring aver- : MADE TO ORDER.
effects. It is because of their favorable effects age litters and make good nurses." The fertility of the soil and accessi-
the soil in rendering the potash Mr. Peters, who has tried all the breeds MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY All work warranted.
available upon by dissolving the silicate that lime, enumerated and many others, keeps now bility to the largest and best markets THE discovered, as it is certain in its -

salt, chloride of potash, and perhaps gyp- only the Essex and a few of the Jersey Reds. make these lands particularly desira- effects and does not blktiT. READ PROOF --
sum-or the sulphuric acid released there- He allows the sows to breed but once a year, BELOW. DOW'SJAMAICA
from in its decomposition so .benefici dropping their pigs in April. The sows run rable for the cultivation of fruits and 4

ally used as fertilizers and it is this effect on grass and clover and are fed about two Saved Him $1,800.00. GINGER CORDIAL.IS .
for For
which the atmosphere and weather have ears of corn a day. or slops made at the early vegetables shipment.

upon the silicates in the soil that makes fall house with shorts. This provides for them large and immediate profits there is ADAMS. N. Y., January 30,1882.Dr. NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
plowing of so much use. The abundance of until the grain-fields are open, and they all B. J. Kendall & Co.: but contains all the medicinal projter-
insoluble potash that exists in almost every run together on these fields until the fall. no industry in Florida equal to the GEXTS-Having used a good deal of your ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It

soil may be realized by considering the pro- Such as are designed for store pigs are sepa- raising of early vegetables for Northern Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I is very pleasant to take, and
portion of it locked up in the following rated and given a run in the woods on the thought I would let you know what it has

common rocks and minerals which enter free mast. They are fed about one ear of markets. I done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,
into their composition : Mica, glistening corn each in two days during the winter. I colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
scaly substance that is so abundant in almost The following year they again have the run For new and descriptive circular, When I was breaking him he kicked over COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COUC

every soil, and in a great many rocks, of the grain-fields and then of the pea-fields address the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, q
contains 9 per cent of potash ; feldspar, the and after having fed on corn for two weeks CHAS. W. LEWIS hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
flesh-colored, reddish rock which is so often make nice meat for family use at very little farriers but they all said he was spoiled.He PAINS in the Stomach:: and Bowels,

associated with quartz in granite gneiss, por- outlay. All of the sows except those intended Land Commissioner, had a very large thorough-pin, and I
phyry and basalt, and often found in masses for breeders are spayed; the others are used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin and :MALARIA, by warming and stimulating -
and veins alone, contains no less than 17 percent allowed to run and breed early. The first Fernandina, Fla., Cure, and it took the'bunch entirely off, and the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy ,

of potash, and nearly all the slates con- litter of young sows are invariably killed as Or Ocala, Florida. 38 he sold afterwards for$1800(dollars). I have action. Sold by PALMER BRO'S
tain a considerable portion. As these rocks soon as dropped. They bring their second used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit ,
form more or less of nearly all soils, potashis litters from a selected stock of males when has always cured completely and left the Centre Street, :Fernandina, Fla. t

therefore exceedingly abundant ; but, AS they are thirteen or fourteen months old. .,1:" leg smooth.It ]'& Also Agents for DOW'S JAMAJCA
said before it is so locked up as to be only The brood sows are fattened and killed after ,, : .'. is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made y it]

very slowly available. But even after be- bringing their third or fourth litters. ;;,'.. .....;. :-. have recommended it to a good many, and without pepper. 22 s
coming available it is held very firmly in We would add that Colonel Peters has his they all say it does the work. I was in With-
the! soil, and is never carried off by percolation. farm (a large one) on the highlands of Georgia \ erington RKneeland'sdrug store in Adams, obtained for new inventions

A farmer can, therefore, never go not far from Atlanta.-Mobile Register. the other day, and saw a very fine picture PATENTS or for improvements in old

wrong in liberally supplying this valuable yon sent them. I tried to huy it, but could ones. Caveats, Infringements, Trade-Marks
ingredient to his soil.-Boston Herald. Post-Office Notice. t not; thev said if I would write to you that and all patent business promptly attendedto.

you would send me one. I wish you would, INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00
GARDENING IN THE SO UTII. Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. M. .' and I will do you all the good I can. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
Capt. W. H. Homer, of Mobile, Alabama, Money Orders and Registered Letters from # -.' Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
one of the pioneers of market gardening in ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
9:00: A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. }Ito .
the South,in the course of conversation with 4:00: P. M.ARRIVAL .f -' NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
Chicago Times reporter, gave many interesting ,1. Spavin Cure. ents in less time than those who are remote-
relation the from
statements in to rise and Washington. t
progress of the gardening business. He was Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday-) : i' OX HUMAN FLESH. When Inventors send model or sketch,

engaged in raising vegetables for the Mobile Arrives................ 5:50 p. M. and 6:05 p. M. '. '." t VEVAY 12 1881 we make search in the Patent Office and

market before the war. About eleven years Closes.................... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30.M.. ', Dr. B. J. Kendall &,Co.IND.: August advise as to its patentability free of cftwye
ago he commenced to raise early vegetablesfor Transit & Peninsular.Railroad :. -:; GEXTS-Sample of circulars received to- Correspondence confidential ; fees reasonable -

Northern cities. He made his first shipments Arrives. 5:50 p. M. # day. Please send me some with my imprint, ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT-

to Chicago, and was so well pleased Closes...... 7:30 A. }I. : 1 a printed on one side only. The Kendall's ENT IS OBTAINED.We .
with his returns that he has continued to refer by permission to the City IV t-
Cure is in excellent demand with us
Jacksonville South and West Florida- Spavin ,
send his products here ever since. At first master, and to the Superintendent of the
animals but for human
he was obliged to send all his products by Arrives..... 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. M. ) ._ .", 1.\ _, and ailments not only also. for:Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
express. The cost of transportation was so Closes 9:30 A. M. and 5:30: p. M. ington. For special references circular,service -
,. ,,,, :" .. .. leading farmers in our county, sprained an
great that he realized but small profits, Arrives Sunday..... 10:25 A. M. : i." \ i':: \({ .1" ankle and knowing the value of the terms, etc., addressC.

though he obtained good prices. In those Closes Sunday... 4:00 p. M. '>: :: :';.f: .9 t '", : remedy badly for horses,tried it on himself, and it A. SNOW & CO.,
days he sent his vegetables in kind of St. Mary's and King's Ferry Matt- Opp.Patent Office. Washington Dt2
any ... <*-.,?.'... : did far better than he had expected; cured
packages that came handy" or could be Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. ..1'. the sprain in very short order.
obtained cheaply. He used barrels, bags Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. ..v__r.fs+9T;. .'. Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price McCartney Hedge Rose Plants. i
and boxes of all sorts of capacity. At pres- HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDA-GROWN
St. and bottle 6 bottles for $5. All J
ent there is in Mary's Dungeness : : x" $1 per or
a great change for the better
_l_ Plants for sale at this place. Price $2.50 .
and i it t
the matter of transportation. The vegetablesare Arrives Mondays Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. druggists have it or can get it for yon or
and at 2:30 address ol f per 100; $20.00 per 1000.
now sent fast well Tuesdays Fridays p. M. will be sent to any on receipt
on freight trains ven- ,:
at 9:00 .< '; DR. B. J. KEN ALSO UMBRELLA TREES.M. .
tilated cars being employed. During the Wedn'sdaysand .s A. M. price by the Proprietors ,
Closes Wednesdays DALL & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
past year a hundred new cars designed for Tuesdays, O'NEILL.
; .
: ::
carrying vegetables have been put on the Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M. : : Send for Illustrated Circular. Fairbanks Florida Transit R. R.

roads leading from Mobile. All his garden SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M. Sold by all Druggists. Refer to C. D. Furman, Fairbanks, Fla.








'r 1 : ,
TiiE FLORIDA MIRROR. Suez Canal was begun, such careful engin- EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE Fund have been relieved by reason of the believes that these figures may be doubled

eering and thorough examination was made Disstcn sale and what ones remain nnli- inthe: remaining forty-six days, making the
quidated, and still encumber the Fund?
before commencing the Pana- THE DAILY PENNY DREADFUL-INCREASE OF SUI- total attendance between 900,000 an111.000.
SATURDAY OCTOBERS 188S. by de Lesseps ? Give plain facts and figures, that the people -
I;] ;; :' .' ; : ma Canal, that ignorantly supposed that CIDKS-THE DEADLY REVOLVER-INCREASE may be able to understand what has been 000.The
' paid and what is yet to be paid and what,
1 out the work of actual con- OF HORRIBLE CRIMES. Union Steam Navigation Company of
: \ VALUE OF TIlE BARGE SYSTEM before letting ifany, will remain as surplus.-Progress.
Canal it wouldbe SEWANEE October 2 1883. Japan has ordered a fleet of sixteen iron
f \t OF TRANSPORTATION. struction of the Florida Ship ,
t. Now it would really seem as if there was
all:. I' ;' ': Less i interest has probably been felt in thet' necessary to carefully survey a route, as- What a chapter of horrors the daily paperis some deep mystery to be unveiled some steamships, aggregating a carrying capacity
.."jj that of 20,800 tons to be built in England. The
dark and hidden transaction must at
t f .' from the lack of certain by several trial lines the best line of becoming. It seems to be regarded as an
,. : barge question general last see the light-even as murder must fleet is to be completed in :March, and is to be
;. '. .: ..1 information as to this mode of transportation levels ; that it would be deemed necessary at evidence of enterprise for a daily to furnishits outand, in the name of the people, the followed by other vessels. The

ii t.;;: :, .: : by water, which is practically almost very many points on the line to bore through readers with the greatest'number of murders reveal Floridian the is momentous summoned to"State take the secret stand," and the engage in the coastwise and companywill foreign

qJ} :: ;' unknown to us!here in Florida. It is true that to''the tide-level and ascertain the nature of horrible outrages, suicides, crimes and mysterious facts and figures-which any- trade of Japan, and has a capital of $6,000-

$ .' : this mode of transportation has been recent the soil, depth of rock, etc., the quantity or conflagrations. Where is this thing to stop? body can get by inquiry at public offices.

t'l: I it$, t., ",.1 ly carried on in an experimental kind of proportion of rock or earth excavation ; that Why should these items of news, which are nine But though hundredths we believe of the that people about" are ninety-per- 000.The unveiling of the statue of Germania,

,; 1. ; way on the St. Johns for the more convenient its cost would have to be approximately mostly local in their, character, be made the fectly satisfied as to the wisdom and integrity on the Niederwald, near Rudesheim, on the

1'' ;' ''', t I transportation of railroad iron, loco- certained by knowing the relative quantityof subject of a press dispatch to be inserted in of the present management of the Inter- river Rhine, in Germany, took place with
nal Fund-the other hun-
' : :".' : ". : j motives, etc., not easily laden on the ordinary earth and rock to be taken out and its every daily in the United States? Why is it dredth Improvement being misled by the ignorant or ma- imposing ceremonies on the 28th ult. Over

1'r.tl. : :' : steamers used on the river. cost. Again, as there is admittedly no harbor regarded of any more importance to chron- licious attacks on the administration of cer- 250,000 persons, including Emperor William
# tain who abuse the occupation of and all the German and
', I' I Albany, N. Y., is on the Hudson, 150 on either side of the peninsula with icle that Pat Looney was lying on the trackin editor-we persons cheerfully come to the front,'* witnessed the sovereigns The monument princes is,

: :i'' + I miles north of New York City. The whole twenty-five feet depth of water, we did not Kansas and run over by a train, than willing to save our esteemed contemporaryand ceremony.
to commemorate the unanimous and victo-
'/ .; ,' :. .f heavy freighting business on the Hudson, see how it could be certainly known what that he died in his bed-to any one outsideof ( others not esteemed) the trouble of :
: further inquiry to ascertain what we have rious rising of the German people, and the
', ft} and the of the Erie Canal is carried the cost of such harbor would be, Pat's immediate acquaintances? Whatdo
,, :,;, j '. ', : I output obtaining ascertained. We don't know that everybody I reestablishment of the German Empire, in

t, :. ,.' on by barges, canal boats, and other tows of or whether a deep-water harbor could be obtained the people of Georgia care about the man will understand what we state, but thatis 1870.
their affair, not ours ; we engage to fur-
r'.a.t;.). ...' "' ; "c : that class. It is no unusual sight to see ant at all at more than one point on the struck by lightning in Maine, or killed in a nish the information only, not the under- Masonic. I

.,",", r ', ',, ,.\ insignificant tug-boat moving down the Atlantic coast. drunken brawl, or. about, the house which standing. Regular communications Amelia, Lodge
All the Internal Improvement
.'. ,: t : v" IJ : river with a dozen or more heavily laden But engineering must have made great has been burned ? judgments Fund against, amounting to $1,350,000-, No.47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 :

,/r \' ., :'. t!I barges or canal boats attached to it. advances when the actual work of construct- Let any one take 'up a daily paper and have been paid. Claims against the Fund January February 22.19. July August 16.13.

\;.....,,j Since the introduction of the propeller instead ing a canal can be entered upon with noth- run his eye over its news columns and press amount to $244,000. Some weeks ago these March 19. September 10.
!, j claims amounted to $344.000, but, as our
Ii.: ; :.', ;l i. of the paddlewheel, large vessels of ing but a preliminary survey-a sort or dispatches, and run his pen across the itemsof readers will remember, the suit of the May April 21.16. November October 15.

:'} that class of immense carrying capacities blazed line through the woods. It is of no real interest to him, and how many New York Union Trust Company for $100- June 18. December 10.
000 withdrawn the other!
. .'i 1 have been introduced on the great lakes. course to be presumed that all the stock is lines would remain on all of its broad pages? was voluntarily December 27.
day, the plaintiffs concluding they no
'r"l.t The idea soon suggested itself that the carrying taken or provided for, and the money is The constant tendency of the daily press is case, we presume. The claim of S. A.Swannfor invited At 7:30: to p.attend.m. Visiting brethren fiaternally

' rt>)< : business could be very largely increased ready, whether it will cost fifty millions or to increase the quantity of this worse than $120,000 will doubtless fail for it seemsto J. E. WANDELL, W. M,
e have no sufficient basis to rest upon be-
,!e. '/ .' I by attaching large barges to the propeller one hundred and fifty millions. The route, trash-to enlarge their papers until they become fore a court. The remaining claims amountto C. H. BERG, Secretary.

e;;:..1:i j.' t thus moving three times the quantity to be sure, is very definitely given, from near all chaff. What, a miserable waste of $124,000, the larger part of which sum is Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its
involved in a suit of quite doubtful issue.
ot.i?: j at the expense of only an inconsiderable loss (how near?) the mouth of the St. Johns time to undertake to read every day one of regular convocations on the Thursday following
To meet these remnant claims, which lie each regular communication of Ame-
..;,,..:\. '. of time.These. river straight across the peninsula 135 miles. these eight-page receptacles of valueless in- in precedence to all others on such lands lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp.

, :f- I : :; lakes are at times as rough and dangerous Applying our scale to the map we ascertain formation.The except the claim of railroads to "alternate Transient companions fraternally invitedto
,i1'1i sections" merely, there remain on hand attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P.
;...,'" ,,.f as the 1 ocean-in fact more so, as that Deadman's Bay is the exact Gulf ter increase of suicides is one of the most about six million six hundred and sixty-five W. A. JONES, Secretary.

Z 1] there is less sea room ; but experiment minus.It remarkable features of the times ; and it is thousand acres and the State will receive in -

: t.1. a, has proved entirely successful on the wholeroute may be that the stock is all subscribed ; I also very noticeable that the suicidal addition Internal improvement from five to six lands million acres donatedby more. Knights of Honor.

d from and Milwaukee to Buffalo that the directors have of millions proper Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H.,
r a 1 Chicago a capital fifty I mania does not ,rage; so much among the the last Legislature in "An act for the relief -
I ;( meets the first and third Tuesday nights in
" ,f and Oswego, a distance of over 1,200 to commence work upon, and that the helpless, the dependent, the despondentwaifs of Jacksonville and the counties of Ba- every month, at 8 o'clock.G. .
'. ker Bradford Columbia, Suwanee, Madison -
.W'.: 1 4, miles. work will begin without any: accurate sur- of fortune who seem to have nothingto ,. Jefferson,,Duval and Leon," are not included N. SAUSSY, Dictator.W. .
r Within the past three years the barge system vey or further knowledge of the route, depthof live for, as it does among the educated, in the foregoing statement of lands J. WOODWARD, Reporter.

: :1!, ,' has been introduced on the Mississippi, soil, rock, etc., but we shall be very much well-to-do people who belong to the so-called liable.As the act of the last Legislature to pro- Legion of Honor.

and may now be considered as thoroughly surprised to see a ship canal improvised in better classes. It seems to be the result of vide for the relief of the city of Pensacola"her Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of

:;' established. The cost of carrying grain from this summary manner. an overstrained anxiety to attain some coveted bond indebtedness-it appropriatedfor H., meets the second and fourth Friday
that two hundred and fifty nights in every month, at 8 o'clock.
t St. Louis to New Orleans has been reduced We shall be rejoiced to see a harbor con- prize, generally wealth. The day laborer thousand acres of indemnity" lands "or THEO. STARBUCK, Commander.W. .

. ?,4 more than one-half, while on the great structed by the canal company at the mouthof the industrious mechanic, the. farmer, moneys to be received from the settlement of J. WOODWARD, Secretary.Absolutely .

' lakes wheat has been moved the St. Johns Nassau St. rivers' indemnity lands." Some explanation as to --- -- --- ---
' : by steam barges or Marys !, seldom commits suicide; but the banker, these indemnity' lands may be interest:

: ?f,'" with tows as low as four cents per bushel with a permanent low-water depth of 25 feet the broker, the speculator-the ,men who I Swamp Indemnity Certificates" are issued

1' \ froth Chicogo to Buffalo. at its entrance.As are striving for the luxuries, the great for- I by the United States Land Department, and
they authorize the State to locate such certificates -
t: s There is continuous line inland navigation the of the canal must '
, ..':' a success depend tunes-the would-be millionaires, who are upon any United States lands whichare
.;t '; from the Mississippi to St. Mark's, upon its outlets, we shall naturally expectto disappointed in attaining their desires, or subject to entry at $1.25 per acre, to indemnify -

;;,1 r+ \ ;:( h with narrow necks of land to be cut, aggregating see the first work done on the harbor out unduly affected by their losses.It swamp lands the State granted for the by same act of quantity September of

)t-\.1. ''..''..' only some 25 miles. From St. :Marks lets, or the canal will otherwise be useless. is rarely that a man commits suicide at 28, 1850, which have been sold by the United ROYAIdSw.7A _
'a perfectly feasible line to the St. : Now have to I States since the passage of said act. To ob- s awrnrt.r tiri
\; Marys we no disposition disparagethe the South, unless under the influence of
tain indemnity certificates it is necessary for
.t.J ;:I seems to have been indicated by the naturali enterprise of Messrs. Mahone, Cameron, drink, or as a sequel to its depressing influ- the State to employ agents to hunt up swamp

J1 I formation of the country, and the cost of Butler, etc., but long experience has madeus ences. lands which have been sold by the general i
and when they find such lands
:: :,; this canal Florida General Gillmore cautious in state- government,
across accepting flattering The ever-ready revolver-itself suggestiveof they take proofs by affidavits of witnesses as
min estimates, will not exceed seven millions of ments and confident assurances, where so crime-is the instrument of selfdestruction to the swampy character thereof. These I
,-;''1'J proofs are forwarded to the department in
J:.:'" .dollars. great an expenditure of money is requisite.We in most cases as it is the usual instru- Washington and there passed upon in the

,\\'i; :" The ship canal may not be practicable ass' have no feeling of hostility to the ship ment of crime everywhere. What a curse proper bureau, and, if approved, a certificateis I. I ;

:.; /; a private? enterprise, as General Gillmore canal project, and are quite willing to await to the world its invention has been will issued, certifying that the State is entitledto
enter in lieu of these lands the
;m ',: '.. suggests but the barge canal would not bean the fulfillment of the confident predictionof never be known, but may well be conjec- same quantity of Uuited swamp States lands by <

:r; ,:" experiment, for its value and profit have the Times-Union that the work of actual tured. way of imdemnity. This is the origin and

.' been already demonstrated. construction will be commenced within 90 meaning of the Swamp Indemnity Certifi-
The other day in Kentucky three mature
d cates. The process of acquiring these landsis
: The barge canal moreover, could be rapidly days. We hope, that ,it will be begun in settled business men met to transact some laborious, slow and expensive,as it involvesthe rtG

: built, and would' serve to drain large such a manner as to lead to the expectation business connected with their father's will. land examination sold by the United of every States piece since of swamp the act 4

.. areas 'of country, and add to our local trade that it is to be prosecuted to completion. We Under some excitement of feeling, one of of September 28, 1850, and taking proofs as

..:. and commerce. have as yet seen the dames of no great cap- the brothers, the president of a bank, fan- above. After the certificate is issued it has
to be located by the State through its agents,
In fact, it might be inaugurated from the italists connected with the work in any. cied that one of his brothers was about to and these lands as so acquired go to the relief POWDER fl

i :; Mississippi i to the Atlantic coast of Florida shape, but it may be that they will in time draw a weapon, and immediately drew his of the bonded imlebtednes of the city of
at a small cutting into view. Generals Mahone and But- Pensacola as provided in Chapter 3475, act
);, very comparative outlay, by come own revolver and mortally wounded them 1883.

___. _______. ______ Pure.
;I F the narrow intervening necks of land. ler, the prominent men of the enterprise, both. Armed himself, he supposed the oth- u

: Along the Gulf coast barges could come by seem just now engaged in engineering! their ers were armed and very likely they were ; NEWS NOTES. POWDER never varies. A marvel

;"t1t! w, ,mr w an inside passage as far as St. Marks, and be political fortunes rather than in ship canals. and with no anticipation or intention to THIS purity, strength and wholesomeness.
Twenty cotton mills in Augusta, Ga., pay More economical than the ordinary kind,
; S towEl to Cedar Key in a few hours, where Should they both be relegated to the naviga- commit crime this horrible fratricidal
and cannot be sold in competition with the
,:. an dividen of fifteen per cent. an-
!s 1 J. aof their cargoes could be shipped by rail across tion of Salt River, they might find consola- murder occurred because the revolver was nually.An average. multitude of low test, short weight, alum or

1 the peninsula. In the meantime the value tion in uniting the briny deeps of Florida in each man's pocket.It phosphate powders.:: Sold only in cans.
.1 ear of corn containing 1,100 well-ma- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
::1 of the'system being demonstrated, the work from the Atlantic to the Gulf by their ship becomes every day more and more nec- tured grains was grown in the Grosse Tete, 38 106 Wall Street, New York.
4 of the canal the canal.
cutting across peninsula of
.. ', essary to legislate on this subject of the car- Louisiana.
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rying of deadly It used to be a
weapons. The first of Russian
THE Fiji Times, in a recent article, calls at- consignment petro-
,, I The advocates of
: special ship canal
t m I projects tention to the immense utility of the cocoa- word and a blow ;-now it is a look, a ges- leum has reached Liverpool. The oil is reported STEAMERST.
: make much of the amount of money and fatal bullet its
ture, a speeds on deadly
as of high test.
9 nut as an article of food, and the valuable very :7 /
; which would be expended on its line during
; qualities which it has for sustaining nutri- errand. The Exposition buildings at Pittsburgwere

; its construction.. .. This is more specious than tion. The following instance is given in Another noticeable feature in the daily burned Wednesday morning. The lossis

; fl real. The contractors generally furnish supplies the case of a vessel that once left San Fran- records of crime is the existence of a class estimated at over$1,000,000.

1'k. r purchased by them wholesale, and cisco with 400 passengers for Sidney, and of persons called tramps, who, with the Amei-ika of St. Louis says that the most

F .after the force of workers has moved on they which, in consequence of running short of deadly revolver, lie in wait for the unpro- important successful element in Mexico's

t 4 leave little behind them to add to the permanent stores, had to put in atSamsa, where a large tected and defenceless ; and it seems no foreign population is German. NICHOLAS

capital of the country they have quantity of cocoanuts were obtained. Dur- longer safe for those whom every man The total transactions of the New York leave Fernandina for Savannah
the remainder of the heavy WILL
;. .S traversed. passage very should protect to pass along alone on the clearing house, for the year ending September Tuesday Thursday and Satur-
5r weather was encountered, in which the ves- day mornings, arriving at the latter place
In the case of railroads the benefit comes 30th. amounted to $41,802,138,453.
public roads or at any time to be left alonein
sel became and
waterlogged, only reached the same evenings.
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: j i' from the subsequent use of the roads, but a Sydney after a perilous journey of eighty their homes. A war of extermination Astoria, Oregon, has 7.000 population in Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer-

.. I ship canal in operation for the transit of days, during which time all the provisionsran will have to be inaugurated against these the fishing season, and 4,000 the rest of the nandina on Monday. Wednsday and Friday -

loaded vessels will make but little expendi short and and childrenwere outlaws of but it strikes the Christ- year. She has a dozen canning establishments at 8 a. m.
\ r. men, women, society ; Deck Pass without .Heals, SIJ.OO
t 'r ', sure along its line of transit, and benefit the fed only upon cocoanuts, being at last ian and the moralist most painfully to observe which yield $3,000,000 a year. Cabin" 4.00 '

'.! :, .r people of the country it traverses very little. reduced to one per diem for each adult. Notwithstanding that, with the increase of education, The first Chinese child ever born in the city Excnrsiou9" 7.00 J

( t >; ,; A comparison in this point of view is largelyin the diet, not a life was lost, refinement and civilization, crimes increasein of Washington is the daughter of the Chinese Through tickets sold to New York, Phila-

:,: .. favor of the barge canal. and not a single case of sickness occurred, number and enormity. Evidently the Minister. She is named Mi Ju. Mi delphia, Boston, and Baltimore.For .
I all the passengers landing in a healthy and means America, and is given in honor of this tickets and state-rooms, apply at the
a J: It does not at all follow that because
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moral training of these men must have been Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. .
;. well-nourished condition. In another instance country.It
I, \, :,: : are in favor of a barge canal that we oppose neglected or have been very bad. A virtu A. MERCIER,
two men drifted iii a whale boat on is found that and .
) t now tea cocoa are General Passenger Agent.
a + a ship 1 canal. Those who have faith in a ous youth is not apt to become a vicious
a ;. to Quails Island, where they remained for Ceylon's best paying crops. Cinchona, too J. N. HARRIMAN Manager. '
i ; : i' ship canal very naturally will have no desire manhood. -- j
before taken off. .
S seven years they were They is rapidly increasing in production. Crop
it .i.; ':"I.'.: to construct a barge canal, and vice versa. had no food beyond chance flying fish :and I leave the mountain plateau with great prospects there are decidedly better than HORACE D RE"-. -

A barge canal would l, it is true, be more in cocoanuts, and yet when rescued were in regret-at the most pleasant season, when last year. BOO] SCller, Stationer,

I S it' S the way of a ship canal than a ship canal excellent condition and had gained in the leaves begin to put on their gorgeous In the series of championship games Printer an tl- 12 in tier.

would be in that of a barge canal. weight. coloring and the mountain-sides glow with closed this week, the Athletics of Philadel- '

d/ \ JSl ; -- and School Books and Orange WrapsNOW
; the of crimson the Association
great masses orange phia won championship
l Two torpedo boats, which have just been
r, CANAL. built at Havre for the Russian Government, tints. F. and the Bostons the League. The formerwon A SPECIALITY. {
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I We confess that we are unable to take in
66 out of 93, and the latter 63.
tried at Their
were recently Cherbourg. : Liberal discounts to Teachers and
;. the rapid movements of the ship canal
com guaranteed speed is 18! knots, and they can About 312,000 persons visited the Southern Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on
: i', ;i; p:1: 'iy. The last announcement, that the carry coal for a cruise of 1,500 miles. Theyare FUND. Exposition in Louisville in the course of application.
Will the Floridian come to the front and
: .':: work is now ready to be let, startles us. So consideid to be the most perfect boats of let the people of Florida just know. what the first half of the period during which the 59 W. BAY STREET, ;

?; much preliminary work was done before the their class which have ever been constructed. encumbrances on the Internal Improvement gates are to be open. The Courier-Journal JACKBOSVILLE.FLAr
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SEEKhealth Fernandina, .
New Fall Goods Now Opening
R. R. Line
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Instead of feeling tired and Novelties in Silks
out instead of aches ,
worn FRED W. HOYT & CO. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large ': ,
and pains, wouldn't you Dress Goods, Velveteens,
rather feel fresh And strong? number of the most eligible and desirable
Cashmeres Prints
FERNANDINA, FLA., Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for ,
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no- City or Suburban Residences Cambrics, etc., etc.I .,-

thing, and no one but your- Grocers, Grain Dealers, UPON EASY TERMS.

self can find fault,but if you Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to -I| AT IiOW PRICES. J-|
are tired of that kind of life, AND

you can change it if you parties engaged in manufacturing or Indus-

choose. General Merchants.CHOICE rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- House-Keeping Goods, .

How ? erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
By getting one
bottle of BROWN' IRON BIT- FAMILY GROCERIES residence, or in which to conduct their Blankets and Comfortables,

TERS,and taking it regularly business. OF ALL GRADES.

according to directions. :HAY CORN OATS FEED
BEAN JJ'2.f"' Special atttcntioii is called -
I to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of UlUinilllJ,

Mansfield,Ohio,Nov 26,i8Si. FLOUR, GRITS AND MEAL, ,by exemption for a term of years from elegant cut and manufacture.
Gentlemen have suffered with i
pain in my side and back,and great taxation, offered by the several cities and Gents' Furnishing Goods
soreness on my breast with shoot. all the new styles.
log paiai all : m body,at' AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.FURNITURE .
eatwcaknas :
tended with ,depression towns. Apply to
of spirits, and loss of appe CHAS. W. LEWIS ; :rA Cull
tite. I have taken several different Fernandina. AT LOW PRICES.Ladies' and Gents' Underwear
medicines,and treated ,
was by prom Bch& 7th sts. .
inent physicians for my liver, kidneys cor. ky
,and splcen.but I f got no relief. ..
I thought I would try Brown's Iron -3 |E- \ 'Ve are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New ; ,
Bitters;I have now taken one bottle
and it half and am about wellpainin York, leadinn Clothiers. Suit smade to order and fit guaranteed.
side and back all gone-soreness
all out of my breast,and I have a
,r good appetite, and am gaining in Crockery, Hardware, Tinware
and flesh. It be J. & T.
strength called the king lJOHN intdicints.can justly / KYDD, :

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form tonic,; together Cinchona with the other great Peninsular I --- MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP LINE !I

standard remedies, makinga GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF _

remarkable nonalcoholictonic THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. ANDITl'OIJical FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .

which will cure Dys- _
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pepsia,Indigestion,Malaria, -

Weakness, and relieve all ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED.

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Wholesale and Retail Dealer in STATE OF1 TEXA i 1,343 TONS.

For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.
Corner of Second and Centre Streets
E.ANDKEBOaJEFS": : : Steamboat Landing, YORK.

t Silk, Linen, and Cotton. Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail' from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK ,
Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
Glot+es, Neckties, Ribbons, large quantities. sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
Laces, Towels, Napkins, Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
Ire> Lining; liuttons ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the these lands are in the central York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
and Notions Generally.A best in the world. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
Agent for B.I'.AVERY'S CELEBRATED peninsular portion of the State, and The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- PLOWS. within fifteen miles of Railroads in PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
TIES just received and marked low. Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD -
VILLE. 33 successful operation, traversing a territory for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior. --, --- --- ---- which is being more rapidly JOHNS, OCKLAWAIIA and INDIAN RIVERS: : and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
ir-In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- i WH) tB ALB AN RBTAIL.I! : settled and developed than any other PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a part of the State. LAKE WEIR.
The fertility of the soil and accessi-
AND SHU-TROPICAL For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
CURIOSITIES a 0 bility to the largest and best markets R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,

A SPECIALTY. )-( c (./ make these lands particularly desira- FERNANDINA: FLORIDA.C. .

fcfif Orders from the-Country Solicited.KING'S a ; rable for the cultivation of fruits and MALLORY Pier 20 East Y River.& CO.New, York. 51-

early vegetables for shipment. For

17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth, Sts. A.' B. NOYES, large and immediate profits there is GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. ,
c3 CD no industry in Florida equal to the

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.C. 00 -DEALER IN- rfGC- raising of early vegetables for Northern H E. DOTTERJERINVITES -

Family Supplies markets.

; HEAVY GROCERIES, address .
DEALER INGroceries CHAS. 'V. LEWIS, -+;* 'L- __*= *II I

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CIDLERY H Hay and Grain,
Fernandina Fla.
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Or Ocala, Florida. 38 i
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Second Street, r.

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"** *' ., IS upon the Cumberland Plateau, 2,000 feet
..STEAM ] { SAW } {(MILL: } \ -Ware. 5r. above the sea-level. This School,under the -+ .u+ t-

..- .. .' ,$ ---- ., ; rr special testant patronage Episcopal Church of the Bishops in the of South the Pro-and -I i I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I It _

0'J. ; ;. Southwest offers the healthiest residence *ttt -+-
C. II. HUOT, PROPRIETOR,. = and the best advantages, both moral and
3 'J "t ".;,'\,"-,'- ". ... educational in its Grammar School and its THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.
TTAS constantly on handLtllUber Collegiate and Theological Departments.For I '.
o the special claims of this University for
patronage apply for documents to the NEW GOODS Received Every Steamer '
?e- Cargoes.. rrl I a Rev TELFAIR HODGSON, ____ ____
Low th Lowut j I .
Office ;1 AI AI ; '
on Second Street., vie 37-4t Sewanee, Tenn. :Cor. Second and Centre Sts. *.FKRNANDINA, FLA. '::
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;,;:,i"i;. :a,i' ':. "I1', HOGS IrEIlSUS'HUJIANS wander at their own sweet will above Lettuce and endive may be planted out Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintt:1Hlt'lltof Schools-J.C.Ramscv New

I r, t and for a succession. Radishes. spinach andcress in October. Troy. '
r : Editor Morning .Yt'W8-In a recent number all, swine-to root up,' tear down deso-

i' .;;E,' "rIK .. of your admirable 'paper, your correspondent late a section,as though a hostile and malev- ,i should be sown every ten days. Setout FOURTH CIRCUIT County Treasurer-J. M. :N. Peacock' New
etc. if not done last '
;: : "Chatham,* in his usual sensible broccoli, cabbage, Spring Term- Troy.
!, ;' style, ponnts out the anomalies of the law olent army had cursed the. land with their month. St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New

J : :. f ',:, ; at present regarding "unfenced stock," and : presence. Why, therefore, in I our own boasting Sow Early York, Dutch and other cabbagefor Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Troy.

f ;1, the damage they do to their unfortunateneighbors' advanced and progressive civilization, later winter: planting trying a new plan' Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Tue.s-A. Ackley. New Troy.
.: '' y:1.a :, property, and we only pray the ; of dropping two or three seeds where you intend Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. LEON COUNTY.
should the not have their cowherd the
I,.. 'J Legislature will take the necessary steps to cows ? your plant to stand, and saving the Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County,Judge-Win. P. Byrd,
R .. sheep their shepherd, and above all the devastating largest and strongest, instead of sowing in a Tallahassee
I >' : ,:, prevent the continuance of this "unmixed Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee.
11 1 i, I evil" as he leads us to hope! swine their swineherd? bed, the usual way, and transplanting.Sow Fall TermSt. Clerk-C. A. Bryan; Tallahassee.

j,; .! .; .. Our "humorous philosopher "Col. Bill 'Independent of all 1 'local laws and legisla- also'beets, turnips, carrots, parsnips: John's 2d Tuesday in September. Superintendent t of Schools-Henry N.Felkel
: has also admirable article on the mustard etc. 4th in '
r: *" Arp, an Clay, Tuesday September. Tallahassee.
:;. : tion, there is,a higher code whicJa'shouJc1! be Onions now be planted. Try the .
of the
: : # same subject in the August number may Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer. L. Demilly" Tallahassee.
!... : f .' ,. Southern Farmer. Reading his graphic ac- familiar to us all, which says, "Do unto oth- genuine Bermuda ; also ; some of the fine, Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla

;? ". :', fi count of the inroads and destruction caused ers as ye would they should do unto you ;" large mild varieties, such as Grant's Red Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. hassee. ,

:'I# by his neighbor's (one !) "hog." I sincerely the which if laid to heart and acted on, Tripoli' Early White Italian Tripoli", etc. Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Assessor of .Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee.
t '.' sympathized with him and Mrs. Arp in their Celery should be worked carefully, and a -
1 troubles. And as every fact in such a case would obviate the indignant rebuke felt, if little earth drawn up around it, but not Term- FIFTH CIRCUIT. ,LEVY COUNTY.ConntyJudgeJno.F.McIonell.
h" tends to strengthen the hands of progressive( i not spoken, by many an admirer of our when the ground is wet. Sumter 3d
in March.
{ t reform, I sadly recount sortie of our experiences Asparagus and globe artichoke beds must Monday Bronson
friend Colonel No
I In this section., genial Arp: gentlemanwill now be dressed and manured. Marion, 4th Monday in March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.

c + ',,.E Last fall a party of seven most desirable, let his hogs use a mile from home to Peas of the earliest and finest kind can Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Sheriff-J. S. Parker,. Bronson.

intelligent, well fixed" and most industrious annoy his neighbors." now be planted March.. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
i in Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday'inMarch. Collector of RC1enlle-.J. Ira Gore, Cedar
settlers came into our community fromthe I Irish potatoes planted September shouldbe .
;' :' "Western States. They were more thanpleased COLONEL BILL ARP 'HAS A CONTROVERSY WITH I worked and slightly earthed up. : Key. '
Alachua 4th
after 4th in
Corn should be and Monday Monday : Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Memlen-
and at the of gathered carefully
I ; surprised appearance: AN ANGRY MAN,ABOUT HOGS AND DOGS. March.
soil and 'of charmed with housed and cotton picked, ginned, baled hall, Bronson.
our course, our ;
si I was sitting in piazza peacefully ru- Fall ,Term-
z The selected my and sent to market. Sugar-cane alos be MADISON COUNTY.
climate. place they was a peninsula may
k' .,t minating when I heard a voice just around Sumter, 1st Monday October.
latter of October County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, )Iadi.i .
and the
i well fenced off by a deep ditch (in cut ground part or
the and it ripping and
corner; was a cursingat Marion, 3d Monday in October. i son.
in November.Preparcyourground .
from six feet from early
some places to seven deep)
a little,nig, who trots round for me and Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison.
': live to !Six feet wide, the dirt from which for planting all desirable .
the dogs were barking tremendious and I Levy 4th Tuesday in November.
Clerk-John M.
,t bank the south side wasstill deciduous trees and vines, such as Beggs, Madison
forming a high on ,
rushed out frantically to see what was the Alachua 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in
., ". surmounted by a wire fence (three wires) matter'; The furious Individual stretched the peach, pear, Japan persimmon, Jujube, November., Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner,
'i four feet high. This fence carefully constructed grape, and set out cuttings of the grape, Madison.
forth his arm and says to me, Did you tell SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Treasurer S. S.
; ; at a cost of some $500, ought surely them pomegranate, rose, etc. Fig cuttings suc- ,
this to set infernal Term-
man's land nigger dogs on my ceed best when the buds Spring Collector of Ra'enue-I. H. Warring, Mad
from .
; r to have preserved any _en planted just as are .
he did.
hogs? 4th in
says you Orange, Monday January. ,
their.incessant in the .
March swelling
croachment. Early in spring.If
Now I've always found it a good plan Volusia 3d in
Monday February. Taxes B. D.
of Wadsworth Mad
4 J and intelligent diligence was rewarded by a not sown last month, do not fail to put
t when find a sensible, reasonable man Brevard 1st in March.
you Monday ison.
stand of in full of oats etc. for and ,
1 magnificent crops. crops rye, forage
mad to keep cool yourself and let him Dade 3d in
very Monday April.
'Between and worth of MANATEE COUNTY.
t, $30 $40 garden grain.
f himself which he is shore do
out to
,; : seeds beans cucumbers .wear Sweet be and housed Fall Term- County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.
,,: '. yielded splendid potatoes may dug ,
before but when unreasonable fool
long, at, 2d
t Orange, Monday August. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee.
< ,; tomatoes in abundance, and some twenty furious'and or banked, the last of this month. ,
,'? 'I 1 barrels of Irish potato seed gave the finest gets charges around, the best Rake up all grass and trash in )'ourorange Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
plan is to get madder than he is,and charge 4th
'' of that in size and and make into with Brevard. Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown
: :i crop vegetable, quality, groves a compost oyster-
round and him that
yourself whip out
:'K..J:::;, ever raised here ; but, alas the hogs found He was a chap> about eighteen 'years old way.and shell lime. 2d Monday in November. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton,

It out At first by two and threes at last by Oranges, I lemons, etc., may be budded, to Popash.
felt his keeping and when I heard him
:':, '! ., dozens, these hungry, marauding brutes invaded ing and using language in own yard, remain dormant, as long as the bark slops. County Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
'+ the in Colonel my Some be made from late crab- Pine Level.
place, although, as right under the window where:Mrs. Arp was hay may yet County Judge-Junius C. Gardner. Gaines-
: :,J Arp's case, the nearest neighbor's place! was sewing I had excuse enough for getting on grass, and all forage possessing nutritive ville. MARION COUNTY.

...x ",i over a mile from the farm, and which one a high horse, and so I mounted and I. value should be saved. In feeding your animals Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. County Judge-SamuelF. Marshall, Ocala.
;' =' would imagine was sufficiently protected by Yet, sir, I did tell him to set the dogs on generously, you provide future supplies Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.

t', '\1 i I, the fence aforesaid. Unfortunately, wires your confounded hogs, and I'll set 'em on of manure/and thus insure the contin- Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala.

:: P'' were broken and the "barbed net meshes" myself sick 'em, Fido-sick 'em, and ued fertility of your land.--Florida Dispatch. ville. Assesstor of taxes-Thomas Barco, Cotton

:'' \i:. i. of the gate wrenched asunder, as if to facilitate if you don't get out of here I'll sick pup'em on Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- Plant. ,
:: 'a the miserable invasion. To make a ville. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy,
t what have to in to
you ; you my WHY 'VELCO IE.-What makes Floreston
': : long and sad story short, after vainly Schools W. Ocala.
:' protesting Superintendent of N. Sheats,
mile from
yard a cursing ; your hogs are a welcome! toilet
Cologne on every lady's
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1 and
spending night night trying Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin
home and have all win- ,
-. they preyed on me table is its lasting fragrance and rich,
their the unfortunate
to protect property, Fort McCoy.
ter. No fence or water-gap can stop 'em. flowery odor.
'f" 4 "would-be settlers" "threw up the County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. MONROE COUNTY.
i Do you expect me to run after your hogs .
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t I p j sponge in despair and moved to a neighboring and say. shew hogs.' like a woman run- Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key Wot.

1 t State. The actual amount of loss ning chickens out of the garden ? What's GENERAL DIRECTORY. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West.

t i sustained, besides the cruel disappointment dogs for but to run after hogs, and what are Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Sheriff George A. Demerritt Key West.
and discouragement after months of patient United States Officers.LAND derson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Malone, Jr.
hogs for but to be run after by dogs? Now,
but ceaseless industry, I do not know, but keep hogs from here. :No OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, Key West.
; some approximate figures lean give. Thus tleman your will let away his hogs use a mile from gen- Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Sanderson. Collector of RetC1ltle-'Valter C. )raln..v.

nearly all the smaller truck went, a large home, to annoy his nabors. :Now, do you Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb Jr., Key 'Vest.Superintendent.

I portion of the Irish potatoes, one acre of get away from here quick, or I'll do you likeI SuTt.'C1Jor-General-lalachi Martin, Talla- Olustee. of Schools--J. V. Harris hsr
to sweet potatoes, upwards of 100 bushels of hassee. BRADFORD COUNTY. West.
.i, did another fellow the other day.
ii r "acme tomatoes,' and between 27,000 and I didn't tell him how I did the other fel- DISTRICT COURT. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. NASSAU COUNTY.

"' 30,000 watermelons. low, but I was driving along in a narrow Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. ,Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-
',' We understand that the law which obliges road, and he was coming and I hollered to Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. dina.
:; ) i II each man to keep his stock on his own and Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Clerk-J. A. Edwards Fernandina.
/ f him, Turn out, turn out. if you don't turnout Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. ,
":; off his neighbor's premises has been passed, I'll do you like I did a fellow yester- Butler. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann. Fernandina.

and works well in Carolinas. We know day." So he turned out, and after we had INTERNAL REVENUE. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Assessor of Tares-Win. H. Garland, Fer-
that the attainment of it is one of the "com : Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. nandina.
passed he What did do to that
f says you
"" : a ing questions" amongst the higher class of fellow?" "Why," says I, "I hollered to COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. Fer-
farmers and orchardists in Florida and let
him to turn out and he wouldn't do it, andso John W. Howell, Fernandina. Starke. nandina.
"j : t : us earnestly hope that the friends of progress BREVARD COUNTY.: Schools 1.. W.
1 I turned out. Edwin Higgins Jacksonville.John Superintendent of -- Higgin-
; ; I : will be able to carry it in Georgia. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City botham Callahan.
Well, I squelched him, but he went off F. House, St. Augustine. ,
I make this contribution the
t; to question about Point.
l muttering something a double-bar- ORANGE COUNTY.
;1 ;' at issue as one who was directly interested Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville.
reled shotgun, and was going to kill
every State Officers. County Judge-11. L. Summerlin, Orlando.
't'i in the of friends from the West
.: success our Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor-
dog on the premises and then I gave him a Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.
is and has been for earnest in
: : : \ some years gian na.
parting salute: "If dare to shoot
you my Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.
.. : endeavoring to "bUIld up our waste places, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Collector Ret.'ertue-A. D. Johnston Or-
of ,
dogs I'll shoot your hogs as fast as they come Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort
:;1 and aid in the development of our highly Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. lando, Orange county.Superintendent >
The from yo'ur
) on my premises. dogs na- Reid, :Fla.Collector.
t favored Southern'land. For obvious
: : reasons, Lieutenant- -Livingston W. Bethel of Schools-A. Grady La
borhood killed ten of my sheep in one night, of Revenue-Richard H. Marks.
therefore. I am unwilling more particularlyto Key 'Vest.SeC'retary .
7 and eight young geese another night, and I Sanford.
designate the exact locality of this unfor- of State-John 1... Crawford Tallahassee .
.. made no big fuss about it, but if my dogsrun Superintendent of Se/tOols-Jolm T. Eeek!'.
which resulted in such
,: tunate attempt, ,
J. T.
your hogs out of my lot and raise a fleabite Judge- Copeland, Orange Fort Reid.
grievous loss and sad heart-burnings to the on their hind legs you come over here a Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Park. PUTNAM COUNTY.
worthy folk concerned. Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Clerk O. A. Green Cove
ripping and cursing. You think more of Buddington, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
From planters of large experience we learn General P. Talla-
Raney .
Attorney- ,
your hogs than you do of your nabors andI Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
j that no ordinary legal fence can keep out a hassee. W. DeWitt, Green Cove
had better buy every hog you have got and Sheriff Thomas Shally.
full-grown, determined sow or hog, who, double price rather than be bedeviled by Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Springs. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
if they cannot climb over, will gnaw through ray Tallahassee. Assessor Taxes Win. Kingsley.
of Conway,
em. Now, you go away from here, and Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
', it! While, should the marauding pestilent don't, you put your foot on my premises Superintendent of Public Instruction K. Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, Superintendent of Public Schools- J. W.
: fail in his felonious endeavor there
porker again unless you come like a gentleman." Foster, Tallahassee. Maxville. Strickland.
r t is, alas always h'orn.on" hand the wretched cow with half-the .Well, maybe I didn't say just all of the Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Superintendent of Schools)[. F. Geiger, TAYLOR COUNTY.

crumpled These foregoing but I said enough, and what I BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Middleburg. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
starved milkless miserables for
: ; didn't I thought, and now I will COLUMBIA COUNTY.' Thomas Osteen
say say Commissioner A. Robinson Tallahas- Sheriff Perry.
miles uucared for in search of their
neighbor's Lake
M. Ives Jr.
that I've got mighty little respect for nabor County Judge-W. City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun. Perry.
r food, will soon make light work of the who wont keep his hogs within a mile from see.ClerkR.. C. Long, Tallahassee. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.
f best rail fence, and think no more of a wire W. Lake
J. City.
-: home. There are several of 'em round here Drew Astor Sheriff Perry, Perry.
fence, (barbed or unbarbed,) that an ordinary who have no pasture but the big road and Special Jacksonville.Agent-Columbus Assessor of Taxes-L. W. :Rivers;Lake City. County Jrea.turer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.

t grape vine in their destructive course. their nabor's crops, and whenever we take a Building, Collector of Tfl.Xcs-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
"Speed the plow" is an old-fashioned, SUPREME COURT.
round Superintendent of School*-JuliusPotsdamer,
? a vote on the stock law they run among Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
honest toast. Not less important to thefarmer's the niggers and say it's like the war "it's a Chief Justice--E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Lake City. Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
best interests is the speedy intro- rich man's law and a poor man's fight," andso Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- DUVAL COUNTY.
duction of a good fence law which not only we have to surrender. I've lived here for County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- JOHNS COUNTY.
and stock for their see.Associate Cuunty Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus-
will both ,
preserve crops six years, and my stock has never run out Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, sonville.
} owners, but also prevent much bitterness nor got in anybody's farm, and I get no Jacksonville. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. tine.
; and hard feeling caused by the present ano- Bowden Jacksonville. Clerk-Bariolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
4 Tallahassee. Uriah
: thanks for it. I am a poor man myself, but Clerk-C. H. Foster, Sheriff ,
;. malous state of affairs.-R. E. A. in Savannah have got rich folks' ways, and that's what CIRCUIT JUDGES. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St. II
Morning News.
these fellers don't like. Cobe lived with me
.;, So far the complainant in the Savannah for two years, and Cobe understands this log First Circuit--Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Collector of RelenueIoses J. Brown, Augustine. If
sacola. Collector F. Llambias, |
business better than I do., One he Jacksonville. of Ra'enue-Joseph |
lw Morning News; and although it may be true day Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. St. Augustine.
Schools-Albert J. Rus-
tolled hog out of his field and caught Superintendent of
in this instance that "it is an ill wind which a Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall.St. .
him and laid his tail a rock and sell Jacksonville.
-,, l blows nobody good," and that our State has mashed it good with another rock, and Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. HAMILTON.; COUNTY. Augustine.
Fourth Circuit James M. Baker, Jackson-
'':T reaped the benefit of the ruined industry of turned him loose remarking, "Now, Major, County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY.

those unfortunate settlers, it would be the that hog will never come back here anymore ville.Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. County Judge--Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg.
r for a hog's feelings are in his tail. Idon't Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
;, narrowest-minded policy on our part to rejoice ville. Sheriff J. S. Dyches Leesburg.
know whether that hog came back Assessor of Taxes-J. Hunter, Ancrum. ,
at any such misfortunes to those seeking any more or not, but I do know that Cobe Sixth Seventh Circuit Circuit-l-'V.ll. L.Archer Mitchell Cocke, Tampa., Sanford Collector of Revenue" H. H. McLeod, Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster.

i', homes in our favored Southern lands. was a mashing hog tails!! all summer.In Columbia County.Superintendent Collector of Relenue-J. R. G. Hamilton

t and serious loss haveno the new order of progress there are of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Sumterville.
Such discouragement some old maxims we have got to surrender, Court Calendar.FIRST erts, Ancrum. Superintendent of School*-A. C. Clarke,

doubt deterred many other settlers from and one is, keep in the old ruts, my boy, CIRCUIT. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sumterville.

seeking the neighborhood of the unfortu keep in the old ruts." Well we don't want Fall Term- County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.

1 ; t nate experiment; and thus not only a temporary any ruts at all ; we must get rid of ruts and Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live

but serious evil is doneto mud-holes ; we must fill 'em up. This is a Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Oak.ClerkRobert
t permanent fast age, and we can't afford to travel in Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Sheriff 3. B. :Mickler, Brooksville. Ai Reid, Live Oak.
d E'': a would-be progressive community. ruts. And we must get rid of fences, and in October. Assessor of laxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.

." Our contemporaries the Florida Agriculturist loose hogs, and loose dogs ; and then we will Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin ville. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wel-

1 ,,,:i and Dispatch have again and again have a fair start.-Bill Arp in Southern Cultivator. October. Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, born.
t after 4th in Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,
Jackson 3d Monday Brooksville.
s l+ '' l.1: called attention to the evil workings of the -- Live Oak.
October. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher,
'F unfenced stock" laws. In many parts ol f WORK FOR. OCTOBER. Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Fort Dade. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones

n '' .'3 our State the question is "the burning one," Continue all unfinished work of last This act amended section 2 of act of February HILLSBOROUGU COUNTY. Live Oak.

i! & and we sincerely hope the efforts of our people month,omitting those delicate plants that are 10, 1879, and does not change the County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.Chandler Enter-
liable be frost Term. Clerk Win. C. Brown Tampa. County Judge-James H. ,
f? will secure them legislative protection. to injured by such as snap- Spring ,
beans, cucumbers, etc., unless you have spe- THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise.
1 '; rti t!" In several instances local clubs have taken cial conveniences for forcing and protecting Spring Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.

; the protection of their crops into their own during cold weather. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Relenue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.

., t hands, and await the legal decision in their The month of October, in Florida, is our April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson. Enter.
"second spring," and all preparations for Madison, 2d Monday in April. Tampa. prise.
with confidence.In Collector Revenue John Jordan, De-
favor of
fall and winter gardening should be commenced Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. JEFFERSON.
the Georgia example" alluded to, we at once and energetically pushed Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.

,. find the apparently well protected crops of f forward. in April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

t these Western settlers whose skill and industry Clear away all the summer accumulationof Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Enterprise.
weeds, sticks and worthless trash whichis in April. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, WAKULLA COUNTY.
had in the first instance been rewarded too rank to plow under; then turn deeply Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday :Monticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

by a handsome yield of various kinds of f in all the grass and vegetable matter left, in April. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

4 truck, valued at some two thousand dollarsat mixed with a full supply of compost or other Fall Term- ticello. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
proper fertilizer and applied thickly over the Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Ra'enue-Joseph Palmer, Mon Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
least, utterly destroyed by the outrageous surface of the ground you intend to plant; October. ticello. Crawfordville.

incursion of half-starved, houseless and (inchanty work this under lightly, and rake, pulverizeand Madison, 2d Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw

i we must presume) "homeless hogs." level for the seed you are about to sow. Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. keenah. fordville.

In other sections of our country, as well as Everything put into the ground and prop- Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Collector oj Ra'enue'V. H. Walker,Crawford
., >I' ... erly cultivated during the last two months in October. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. ville.
..' "'.iIiIIiI in other lands: where commendable methods will now be growing vigorously, and must | Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. Assessor of Tares-C. R.Reynold Craw

fi, .'.. of farming prevail, stock are not allowed to have constant care and attention. October. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ford viIJe.P .


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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. I AN ORDINANCE I'sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,

-- To Provide a Form for Warrants and all points in the West, Southwest, and DR.. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN

Court Nassau upon the Treasury. Northwest-forming the SHORTEST,
In the County QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these

County, Florida. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYORand points ; and with the, Central and People's

In Matter of tiLt Eftale of Nelson Parker. City Council, That on and after Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for BLOOD SYRUP
form of
September> 1st, 1883, the following and _
and Tuesdays Saturdaysfor
F. C. SURER AS AD- warrant upon the City Treasury shall be Eufaula.
WHEREAS Columbus and
of the estate of Nelson used; and all warrants drawn upon the ROUTE Cures all diseases of
#3 Take the CITY Stomach Liver Bowels
deceased has to the ,
Parker applied County Treasury shall be signed by the Clerk and LINE via the Florida
Court; for the County of Nassau for an order President of Council, and countersigned by Central and Western Railroad. Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
to sell certain lands belonging to the estateof the Chairman of the Finance Committee.The .
line at the Comany's
via -
Through tickets efficacy healing the above named
Parker deceased for of diseases, and
payment President shall sign all warrants in open Ticket Office and at No. 7
Depot ,
debts of said estate said lands lying in the Council. it
Vest Bay Street. pronounce to be the Best Remedy Known to flan.i .
Nassau Florida and described
follows: Uxxxxxxxxxxxxx x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxjtX
That portion of Little Pine Island known as Y: General Manager,
X 1. :X .
Section ((47)) forty-seven, Township ((3)) three, .:.!
X: ();) : k WILLIAM 0. AMES .
North of Range twenty-eight ((28)) East, thatis X ();) I. : Mark.Laboratory.
contained in lots one ((1)), and one and a X : X Gen'l Passenger Agent,
X : >< Jacksonville Fla.j. AG-ENTS W'"ANTED
half((1J), two ((2)), three ((3)), and three and a X :. .: X ,
a half (31), six (6)), and seven (7), accordingto X X: : : X X 4 s. MCELROY,
the map showing the subdivisions of said X: : : X Master Transportation, 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.
M .. : ...: : kk Tallahassee, Fla.
23 77-100 .. .
Island-containing acres, more or >< X
less-and it appearing from the petition and < r?;: :: .g. ... 69.I X X 11E CARD CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th 1881.
affidavit. of F. C. Suhrer, administrator, that a l"J; X T a OF THE Dr. Clark Joh1&$01111y children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
Mary Parker, Nelson Parker, James Parker, : C X Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.
John Parker, Mary Parker and Kate Parker, a>< : : t X 46 RUDIE CANTLER.
and children of said Nelson Par- k : :. X RAILROADAND
the k ,..... ... :... ,.....A-., X
ker, deceased, reside beyond the jurisdictionof I< : X
and that their residence is I< : : :X FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
I< : < :X
known ; z : : : z X In Effect October 5th, 188S. INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS;

It is, therefore, ordered, That said parties k k w :. :" : :OX:: :X X. GOING SOUTH. I DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH,
above namedand all others interested in said X 4 X
... -... Leave Fernandina.. a.m.
lands, are hereby notified! to be and appear roo tH : (00 z X ... ...... Rev.J R. Graves, Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," J. R. Johnson M, D.. of Abbeville. Miss. Aug
s : : c:: X Leave Hart's Road............ .. 11.40a.m. Memphis,Tenn. ears: 1 received a package of your II.1882, says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical
before me on the first Monday in November /a4E-' ::: :: roo 0 w 5 x1ti X X" Leave Callahan................... ....... 12.40p.m. Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It| College and have practiced thirty-five years. I use
next, 1883 and show cause if any theycan CJ:: : : X works likti a charm. T want no better Liver.Regulator your medicine In m y practice. It is not only a good
why an order for the sale of said lands k : ......::.: : a r. X Leave Dutton 1.07p.m. and certainly no more of Zeilin-'a mixture. Liver Medicine,but it is a sovereign remedy for flux.J .
be x w 0 : : w 0-.. Leave Brandy Branch 1.22 p.m. Rev.E.A. Hufflns, Franklin.Kr.Aug. Rev.J.8.Beasley of Summerton.
above described should not granted, as k h : .: & kiEy Arrive Baldwin...... ..................... 1.45 p.m. J .'8w says: It is the best medicine p S CIn'spreparattonagreatdeal.butfind.,J aD.'&; says: "I have used Zeil-
prayed in the petition of F. C. .Suhrer, ad- ; : ; 0 03yoitumg (00 X .. ..... ......... I have ever taken in my life. It
aforesaid. s.: : .' .0- X Leave Baldwin...... ... 2.10p.m. is caring me of Dyspepsia. Send me your medicine altogether superior
minUtrator as ;k O. '. '- c w:: 0 :X. Leave Maxville..................:....... 2.35p.m. another package. Must have it. In its effect on the system.The best
under hand and seal this 25th k X
Given my ;k ..0..:.:: E-t :X. Leave Highland........................... 2.5Gp.m. Rev.. J. L. Brittain. of BUuntsville. Dr. S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist Memphis
day of September. A. D. 1883. k X Ala. March 1883,says: I suffered with Tenn..8818: "Have sold it SO --">; my predecessor
II. J. BAKER. < w X:. Leave Lawtey .... 3.12p.m. =. torpid liver and costiveness,and your sold It many years before me. Thai this medicine iff a
[t. s.] k ti "V(00 X Leave Temple's.......................... 3.28 p.m. medicine cared me. My wife has used It good one.! o one can deny: ;and that it is the true and
County Judge >c a ;X with admirable effect for sick-headache genuine'Simmons! Liver Medicine'none dare gainsay
for Nassau County, Florida. k : ..:: 0 X Arrive Original and Only Genuine. Zsttb. 1310.
;k : 'r .E-t X Leave Starke 3.36 p.m.
Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 29, 1883.td ;.1 : X 4 ? Put up in 25c. and $1. packages
------ Leave Thurston 3.48p.m. MEDICINEAxes
k : X and bottles by
Justice Court. 'aamutuuoa uvuulVyOY X Arrive Waldo............................. 4.10 p.m. d .F. M NS CO. ST.lou j.M

In : ................................................ X X Leave Waldo......... ..................... 4.20p.m. : I s s
OF FLORIDA, :X. Leave Gainesville......... .........,. 5.06p.m.
STATE ;k o X a
Leave Arredondo 5.24
k Z :paufiwuno,9 X p.m.
G. JL Bennett : k X Leave Batton........ ..................... 5.36p.m.
You are hereby notified that a writ of at- ttxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxttAll Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m. COLLINS & CO. HARTFORD

tachment has been issued against yon, and Ordinances, or parts Ordinances Leave Bronson 6.21p.m. ,
property attached,to satisfy the demandof conflicting with the above are hereby re- Leave Otter Creek....................... 6.51 p.m.

your J. W. Smith, amounting to $40.00. Now, pealed.Passed. Leave Rosewood...... ........ ........... 7.30p.m. Established 1826.
unless you shall appear before W. A. Mahoney first reading August 29, 1883. Arrive Cedar Key...........:...".. 8.02 p.m. .
Passed second reading August 29, 1883. I
a :justice of the Peace in and for said GOING NORTH
Passed third and
county, at his office at Callahan, on the 8th 29 1883. reading, adopted August Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.15 a.m.

day of November, A. D. 1883 at 11 o'clockin Leave Rosewood.......................... 7.53 a.m.
the forenoon judgment:;!; will be rendered Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.28 a.m. .-'
President of Council tern. .
against you and your property sold to pay Attest pro Leave Bronson.. .............. ........... 9.10a.m.

the debt. : Leave Archer.............................. 9.41 a.m.
W. F. WOOD Jr. Clerk.
Dated this 8th day September, A. D. 1883.J. City Leave Batton 9.58 a.m.

W. SMITH, Approved: Leave A.rredondo .......................10.16 a.m. .
41 Plaintiff. Leave Gainesville......................10.44 a.m.
Acting Mayor.
Arrive Waldo. a.m.
III the Justice's Court, Nassau -In me Justice's- Court- Nassau Leave Waldo........................... ..11.45 a.n1. -z "

County, Fla.E. County, Fla.J. Leave Thurston.........................12.13 p.m.

............... .............
E. WADLEIGII, Administratrix ) &. T. KYDD vs. V. R. BRISTOL. Arrive Starke............... .Tb
of the Estate of W. A. V Leave Starke..............................12.31 p.m. -A-,
S.mhorn.'s.. V. II. BRISTOL J STATE OF FLORIDA, Leave Temple's..... ....................12.39 p.m.

OF FLORIDA NASSAU COUNTY.You Leave Lawtey ....... ..................... 1.00 p.m. MANUFACTURERS
STATE NASSAU, COUNTY. are hereby notified that a writ of at- Leave Highland......................... 1.20 p.m.

tachment has been issued against you, the Leave Maxville........................... 1.38 p.m.
You are hereby notified that a writ of attachment said V. R.: Bristol and your property attached Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.00 p.m. OFPicks

has been i issued against you, the to s satisfy the demand of J. & T. Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.25p.m. Hatchets
said V. R. Bristol and your property attached Kydd amounting to the sum of twenty-two Leave Brandy Branch................. 2.45 p.m.

to satisfy the demand of E. E. S. dollars and fifty cents. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.00p.m. ,
Wadleigh, Administratrix of the estate of Now unless you shall appear before G. W. Leave Callahan........................... 3.40 p.m. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
W. A. Sanborn, amounting to the sum of Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for Leave Hart's Road....;..;...::....:.':.-:.4.25 p.m. ,
hundred dollars. Nassau at his office at Fernandina TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also
one County, Arrive Fernandina" ............... ..... 5.00 p.m. .
Now, unless you shall appear before G. W. Fla., on the 24th day of November, A. D.
Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be Trains daily, except Sunday. FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf

Nassau County, at his office at Fernandina rendered against you. and your property sold ,
Fla.. on the 24th day of November, A. D. to pay the debts. Dated this 20th day of PENINSULAR DIVISION.GOING all sizes and prlc; ,t :. ,m $j 4 $''. ; Abo, Plowing Machines.

1SS3, at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be September, 1883. SOUTH. Farmers will receive valuable information catalogues &c.
rendered against you, and your property J. & T. KYDD. Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m. to the ,

sold to pay the debts. Dated this 19th dayof Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 22, 1883.4w Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m. by writing makers .

September, 1883. Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57p.m. .. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.BEAUTIFUL .

E. E. S. WADLEIGH.By RAILROADS. Leave Lochloosa................. ......... 5.15 p.m.
II. J. Baker, Attorney. Leave Orange Lake.................... 5.42p.m.
Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 22, 1883.4w FLORAL CITY Leave Anthony Place.................. 6.07p.m. \ I STOVES TIN WARE, ETC.
ROUTE. Leave Silver Spring..................... 6.35 p.m. &. --------------- ---- -

In the Justice's Court, Nassau FLORIDA CENTRAL-& WESTERN R. R. Leave Ocala................................ 7.00p.m. Q\as BULBS IV. P. STREETY,
Leave Lake Weir Station.... ......... 7.45 p.m. '
County, Fla.A. > JACKSONVILLE July 1st, 1883. Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m. \ Second Street, opposite the Post-Office
.B. NOYES vs. MARGARET BRISTOL C DMMEXCING this date Trains on this '
V. R. BRISTOL and THE road and its connection will run as follows GOING NORTH. MILLIONS'
} : Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m. FERNANDINA, FLA.
Leave Lake Weir Station.. ......;.... 7.25 a.m. l OFTHEM
WESTWARD.No.. No. 1. Leave Ocala................:................ 8.30 a.m. FLORISTS and :-= --- -
STATE OF FLORIDA Accom.: Mail. Leave Silver Spring..................;.. 8.48a.m. r- .-

o NASSAU COUNTY.You Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 p m 1.30 p m Leave Anthony Place..............".... 9.15a.m. AMATEURS.Dutch .

are hereby notified that a writ of attachment Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45 p m 2.14 pm Leave Orange Lake .............,....... 9.43 am. Bulbs, J a tin
has been issued against :you, the Lake City........... 1.10 a m 4.53 p 111 Leave Lochloosa.....:...........'}:. ....10.10 a.m. \et Pt Bulbs French Bulbs,
said Margaret Bristol and V. R. Bristol her Live Oak............. 3.15am 5-55 pm Leave Hawthorne................:.....10.29 a.m. American Bulbs. Also
husband, and your property attached to :Madison: ............ 5.25am 7.42pm Leave Dixie.........................:::...10.47 a.m. Plants Window for Greenhousesand Gardena: rr d

satisfy: the demand of A. B. Noyes, amount Drifton............... 7.20am 9.05pm Arrive Waldo unction.... .........11.10 a.m..
ing! to the sum of fifty-six dollars :and eighty- )[on ticello......... 9.35 pm Trains daily, except Sunday. ', HIRAM SIBIEU CO.SEEDSMEN I

live cents. Tallahassee......... 9.03 a m 10.30pm Catalogue !
Now, unless; you shall appear before G. W. Dave Tallahassee.......... 10.45 p 111 FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. FREE I Rochester,N.Y.Chicago,HL
.Schuyler; a Justice of the Peace in and for Arrive Quincy .............11.05 a m 12.00 p m GOING SOUTH. : v tl

Nassau county, at his office at Fernandina .. Chatta. River_....12.10 p m. 1.00 a m Leave Fernandina....................... 9.30 a. m.
Fla., on the 24th day of November, A. D. Leave River Junction... 1.10 a m Leave Hart's Road...... ..............10.10 a. m. ;:--i--
1883. at 10 o'clock a. in., judgment will be Arrive::Marianna.......... 2.41 am Arrive Jacksonville..11.15
m. Satisfies the most fistidioni I lair Restorer arid
p. : u:jvrlwt
rendered against you, and your property soldto Pensacola........... 9.30am Dressing. Admired G ritsclsudinr.snn.i! i-rantpertume..
pay the debts. Dated"this 19th day of Montgomery..... 8.50 m GOING NORTH. Never Fails to Restore (...rer or Faded Hair .I = .
september,1883.:; Mobile............... 4.25pm p Leave Jacksonville... .................. 3.00p.m. to the youthful color. 50 cU.ami i t tiz 3 nt nil tlruggi>ts.ry .1, .

A. B. NOYES. New Orleans...... 10.15pm Leave Hart's Road.................... 4.05p.m. j STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.

Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 22,1883.4w Houston........... 6.50 am Arrive Fernandina..................... 4.45p.m.. I
jlir Trains daily except Sunday. : TIN AND SHEET-IRON WAREj

TTXDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN Accom. Mail. Leave Fernandina..7.00 a. m. 4.30 p. m. iI i II

U execution issued out of and under ArriveJacksonville....... 8.25am 3.00pm Arrive Jacksonville..8.25 a. in. 5.55 p. m. I I! PUMPS:: DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
the seal of the Circuit Court, in and for Baldwin............ 6.50am 2.02pm Leave Jacksonville..9.10 a. m. 6.35 p. m. I
Nassau County,Suwanee Circuit of the State Lake City............ 3.00am 11.33am Arrive Fernandina..10.35 a. m.. 8.00 p. m. I j A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give me

IIf Florida on the first day of February. A. '* Live Oak........... 1.25 a m 10.37 a m ; !!I a call, and compare my prices with those of

I H. ISO", to satisfy a judgment obtained in Madison ............11.05pm 9.12 a m CONNECTIONS. rS = ) Yty : other houses, here or elsewhere.
xiiil Court on the eighteenth: day of Decem Drifton............... 9.05pm 7.30am fAT : > 'e ,
her A. I). 1SG6( in favor of James B. Brown, Monticello ......... 8.00 am.. FERNANDINA, FI.A., I
against: Emeline Coy,as Administratrix Tallahassee....... 7.15pm 6.05am With New York and Fernandina Steam- BOOTS. AND SHOES

estate.)Amaziah Coy,deceased for five hundred Leave Tallahassee ........ 6.38 pill 5.55 a m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 es \ i __

dollars, interests and costs-said execution Arrive Quincy.............. 5.20 p 111 4.45 a m a.m., 11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. ; and for New JdJ"'TIIE NEW STORE.-32& .
to be levied on the goods and chattels, Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m .3.45 a m York on Thursday, at 10.40/ a.m., 500. p.m.or r- .
lands and tenements of the estate of said Am. Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 a m 5.50 p.m.
aziah Coy deceased ; and also under and by Marianna......... 1.39am With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- :B W. F. WOOD, Jr., } Sc

virtue of a decree rendered by lIon. Thomas Leave Pensacola.......... 7.15pm nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.

T. Long, Judge of said Circuit, sitting as Leave Montgomery..... 8.30 a m AT CALLAHAN. and > {{ Proprietor }} :]E
liitcliu Mandrake Stillingiu ,
Ginger ,
''Ijaiicelior and .. To and from Savannah and Charleston at ,
in said County Circuit, on Leave Mobile ... ... ... 2.00pm many of the l Lest medicines known are here com
the second day of December, A. D. 1867, Leave New Orleans..... 8.40 a m 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m. bined into a medicine of such varied and effective

awarding to Charles P. Cooper, for Solicit Leave Houston............ 6.15pm AT BALDWIN, FLA., powers,as to make the Greatest Blood Purifier&the C> C>
or's fees, two hundred and seventy-five dollars Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 daily To. and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m. Best Health and Strength Restorer Ever Used.It .

against: Emeline Coy, as Administratrix except. Sunday. AT HAWTHORNE, cures Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Fleeplessness,
'If the estate of Amaziah Coy, deceased, and SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m. and 2.40 all diseases of the Stomach, Bowels Lungs,Liver, ::B:
'!'o satisfy the amount of said decree with SLEEPING CARS Madison to Pensacola. p. m. Kidneys, and all Female Complaints.If .
interest and costs; I have levied upon and CONNECTIONS.At AT WILDWOOD. you are wasting away with Consumption or
any disease, use the TONIC to-day. It will surely S, SI
will offer for sale, and will sell to the high- Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand help you. Remember! it is far superior to Bitters,
est bidder at the court-house door in the No. 4 in the a.- m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for Tampa daily except Sunday. Essences of Ginger and other Tonics,as it buildsup I AND
l'ity of Fernandina, at public auction, be- all points North and East; with the Fernan- With Stage Line to and from Leesburg the system without intoxicating. 500. and$1 i '

tween the legal hours of sale, on the first dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- daily except Sunday.AT 1 sizes signature,atall of dealers llt-cox in&drugs.Co.,N None Y. Send genuine for without circular S wT .
Monday of October next being the first day dina ;. and with Steamers for all points on CEDAR KEY, FLA., LARGE SAVING IN BUYING TEE DOLLAR SIZE.
of said month. A. D. 1883, all the right, title the St. Johns River.> With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers : :a:
and interest of the estate of Amaziah Coy, At Baldwin, by No. 1 and 2 with Florida for Key West, Monday and Thursday

deceased, and of Emeline Coy, as .Administratrix [l Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gaines x m.; for Tampa and :Manatee, Monday and I'C
of said estate, in and to the following ville, Ocala Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Friday. HO FOR THE BE tCII. I > C> l

pIeces or parcels of land, to-wit: Lots ten Gulf Ports. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key ND A MOONLIGHT DRIVE

''Wi eleven ((11)), twelve ((12)), thirteen. ((13)) At Live Oak. with the Savannah, Florida West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.; A {{ Fernandina, }} E;
and fourteen ((14)), i in Block fifteen ((15)), in & Western Railroad.At for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.
t Ie city of Fernandina, Nassau County, Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch For information respecting routes, rates The three elegant.Omnibuses of McGinn

State of Florida. Purchaser to pay for titles.J. Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- etc., apply to & Rawson can be secured for pri"ate'parties :::B { Cor. Centre & Third. }} S
A. ELLERMANN, urdays.At A. MACDONELL, on very reasonable terms,at any hour, either
Sheriff Nassau County. Chattahpochee River, with the Pensa- Gen'l 1 'cket and Pass. Agent.D. day or iiight.5223 I ,

Fernandina, :Fla., August 31, 1883. .td i cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna Pen- E. MAXWELL. Gen'l Supt. I 12 26 McGINXIS & RAWSON. JZE3 TIIE NEW STORE.pa .




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T21: The steamship Carondelet arrived Wednesday / Julian J. Acosta. Council called the attention of the City Beaufort; Ihht!: to master

r ; t. THE FLORIDA MIRROR. last in place of the San Antonio, which -- :Marshal to the non-enforcement of the cattle Oct. 5-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Del incite
; Savannah with :
:":. goes in the dry dock in New York.for an ex- SUDDEN DEATH, OF ONE OF FERNANDINA'S OLD and dog ordinances. sengers, to W.' B. Tucker and pas

I : J!: 11.00 A rEAR; $i.OO FOR six. MONTHS amination. She sailed,, Thursday evening CITIZENS. City Treasurer Wood made his report for CLEARED. agent.

s "': f. with eleven passengers and the following Mr. J. J. Acosta died suddenly at ,his'resi:: the month'of September, which was referredto 2-S. P. City of Brid etn. Dennette

, ,+. 'f f ';:, Reflections. cargo : 87 bales sea island cotton, 74 cases dence on Third street, on Thursday:"morn the Committee on Finance. I savannah ; with freight amt} :

r ,: .:, "j;! 'f, >' 7,-t-T un ed from the. North cedar, 445 barrels rosin, 96barrels 'spirits, 55 ing last of congestion of the lungs. He had Adjourned. 4-b." sengers.S. Carondelet by W. B.Wilder Tucker a4nt"

; : packages merchandise, 108 packages oranges not been feeling well for several days::, but 1.c GJA
+ ";! + ,:, .,,Tuesday. Mortuary Report. Urns, New York: ; with'freightand
, and lemons 113 pieces lumber, 100 tons old not consid red dangerously ill either by
'I' .I.' was ,by R. W. siuh-
from short the month of there passengers
i :' a.' Mr. G. L. Baltzell. returned a During September
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,, rails. his family or by the physician who had been wick. agent
::' ''' i visit North Monday. were six deaths in the 'city and four on "
",.' ;". : .,:J ".":,- The Florida Commissioners at the,Louis called in to attend him. In fact ou the 4-S. P. City of Bridgeton. Dennette
Amelia Island. Of the six deaths in the
, ', '" A match game of baseball will be played' ville Exposition have published in the Lou- morning of his'death he felt so well that he Savannah ; with freight and pajisenders :
r three infants and was a stranger by W. B. Tucker,
." '- '/- afternoon. city, were one a-'enr.
: :-, 1 on the grounds Monday isville Courier-Journal a card of thanks to proposed to go to his office, but yielded to here. The cause of death, together with 4-Sch. Eva N. Don en hauer,Johnson

: .. : Miss Ellen Woodward, of Fayetteville, N. the Louisville& Nashville, East Tennessee the solicitations of his wife and remainedat Newark, N. J. ; lumber, by /
the residence, etc., are given below :
C. Read.
: : : C., is visiting her brother, Mr. W. J. Wood & Georgia, Pensacola & Atlantic, Florida home.' He died suddenly with but little "
;: 6-S. P. City of Bridgeton Dennett
.f,. >I, ',, ', ward. Central & Western, and Savannah, Florida warning, at about half past ten o'clock. I :: b: Savannah with
t I NIl':) err_ I freightand pasl
1 ', ; Sunday excursion tickets for Jacksonville & Western Railroads, for their liberal actionin Julian J. Acosta was born at Old Town, oc C t-I e.. sengers by W. B.Tucker, agent

r +! ." will be on sale on and after Sunday next. the free transportation of Florida products on this island, on February 15, 1834, and : IN PORT.

." Fare, $1 for the .round trip. to the Louisville Exposition, and have was consequently one of the oldest; resident :. -.,::Io.r-o..t:1.: f? : :: :.:.: (DD r;' 1 Brig Mary E. Powell, Mitchell

'. Council threatens to withhold asked the State papers to copy these resolu- citizens. He was engaged here in merchan- : .-.. ( 'o-cam..:.:. =c.:, -1 Sch. Fannie W. Childs, Hart.
: :;' '; ; ;: :: j The City tions. The Florida Transit & Peninsular dizing when the late war broke out. Join- :. ;:::1 :... ,,:_:;-....'"' S... ""' Sch. Rebecca H. Queen, Smith.
'I' #i.:, ., : the salaries of the police unless they enforce :.. .tiw: :;) ::-., ;;J! 0t O:: .... Sch. Josephine, Willets.
Railroad was the first to offer free transport- ing Company I, of the Eighth Regiment of P ..-. :.<: .....
1 : the ordinances of-the city.' w- .., ...c.c.'r.:! :: =.. ... _.. Sch. Caleb S. Ridgeway, Townsend
i' : ;, ation, and did transport the first carload of Florida Volunteers, Confederate Army, he 0 (; ::: ;r0.: ... ::e.... =- =-0,... A2.c.cc. Sch. F. M. McGear, Sharp.
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eldest 0.- _-. -
; ) l Eugenia Irene Hughes, the daughter I 0-- -
A exhibits over its line; but, strange to say, was made First Lieutenant, and during the ".4... 0_c.c ;- c: : Sch. Sam'l B. Vrooman, Hughes.

', I c, f ; of Mr. John Hughes, who lives near this road is entirely omitted in the card of greater part of the hostilities was in commandof &.(:) EB-- () 8 """'" -. 0., 0 .: I Sch. Carrie Woodbury.. Bryant.FOI' .
t Hart's Road, died Wednesday. :.. .. : ... .:.. !>"
the commissioners. the company, and frequently acted as ., :" ,, .0 c: ,- -0 Sale.
l' Mr. Snyder has completed his handsome :.. :. (1)Q.(1)0--.: I
the His
; of gallant
adjutant regiment. con-
; d I .: 0.-::. .: Hc Three hundred of land
..O acres within
.. two
Schedule.A .
a the of Sixth and Change of -:: d
7 little
'r .. i : cottage on corner made in the running sched- duct and genial ways won for him the love :. :. :. :. :. .: -:-:. :. I > miles of King's Ferry, Fla.; eighteen acres
streets and moved into it. change was :
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.' : and esteem of his comrades. He was never OO improved. Good dwelling, kitchen etc.

; ..' 'j ,'l A car-load of flour consigned to Mr. H. E. ule of the trains of the Fernandina & Jacksonville known to be missing at his post, especially ::. Q_., 'tr"Q": .. :>j >:= > z .roo.. and 75 young orange trees, on the place.!

=, ', ". [ Dotterer was ditched Tuesday night by the Railroad j'esterday. Trains for Jacksonville in a fight. Mr: Acosta went through numerous :... _v.::.: .:...:.:. .,(1)........, ..:..:..: ;.-rl::I C: <._...-_:)..-:.. .....:'! _............... "0:>0 2 For particulars addressR.. SWEARIXGEX,
will leave here every morning at =-:= ::: .-.. P :::
.. '.J derailing of the car in the freight yard. engagements, notably the battles of the p::I :'.e Q.< < HH P h.. Hcs King's Ferry, Fla.
nine there at 11:15 and := = '< -'J c: ::; .
arriving ..
half-past ... "
::: October 1st 1883.
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Second Manassas First Freder-
: Robert H., the bright little two-year-old ;:I ,
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arriv- c: Q(1)C.
: leave Jacksonville at 3 o'clock p. m., ... ...
'' 3 where he wounded icksburg ( was slightly ) :
r of Mr. James McGiffin, died on Saturday :
: 'I t ,," if., son ing here at 4:45. The Thursday Steamboat ; : : 0 : ?-?-.-: : .>.-.! School Notice.
" \ last of inflammation of the bowels. Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, and par- '0:. :. .: ct.1 .: .: :. :. :. -
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Fernandina Public School No. 1 will
' J : t' Express has been done away with, as pas- I t.I..p.: .' t'JII : open
: : ticipated in all the fights around Petersburg, .:...:... the second in October.
> y Monday
Mrs. Martha J. Boone, wife of Mr. Samuel for the New York steamers will ar- NrNrP+F. ,1-N.)
j ': sengers with the After the close II -= lv 01 I 0 0. A. KEY
I surrendering army. << << 0I I Principal.
:" .. i 1 Boone, watchman at the railroad shops, died rive in time by the regular train. On Sundays : ';. '< 3,< ;; t:) .< 0 I Zt.ItO(1)
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:i : } last of the war he returned to his native city, ... ..,: .:. ... .t.t, :) ::: ....... ,, yr ..!. Fernandina, Fla., September 18, 1883.
suddenly of heart disease on Saturday two excursion trains will be run, leaving -.w. 1r.o 1-
' J :-: : where he has resided ever since. He was II "" C'= 0I
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;. ( '" _; (,. Rev. \ 'm. F. Wood, of Key West, who I here at 7 o'clock a. m. and 4:30 p. m. ; appointed by the Governor inspector of lumber I +: :0 ;: NOOGi... ... : '
'; : i J has been spending some two months in this leave Jacksonville! at 9:10: a. in. and 6:35p. : ? .. : : : ? ? : a One of the best truck-farms inthis section
:- and timber for this county, which posi- I.
;-. '3 for the benefit of his health returned to :I: a -aaz of the country. For particulars apply
: i )1, city m.A tion he lias'Creditably. ., .filled. up to the time of ,, -::;. .S.. P <:=t ... .S.. .S.. (1)., .:.>.2II to MRS. EMMA FLETCHER.Third .
: ; his homeVednl'sday.. slight change has also been made in the .., ;!: C _< < !!: ;:: 6;
i Street.
:s 'I': his death. In-the performance of the duties II .. ...00-... =".::: ::: ... ......
.. t '. ( : A beautiful camellia japonica was in running time:"of the northbound train "on pertaining to this -office,.he was necessarily I tI: .-= -= = cc.ccr..r.o= -.:.: --:= C .:;: Fernandina, August 11,1883tf.Shingles. .

,: ,j I, t bloom this week in the garden of W. Naylor the Transit Road after leaving Baldwin, by compelled to.exposo himself to all kinds of ;.. = .::: .=...: o o_:=-- I C';;=;' .
" ," aSo': ? : wit9oo; ; .0..
arrive in this at 5 .d
the train will city
. which
't r, Thompson, on Seventh street-a rare thing weather,'and it is believed that the exposure, :-, coo: : : : : : ? R ex All kinds at

" .! :;' 'I,: a here at this season of the year. o'clock heretofore., twenty-five minutes earlier than recently, to' the hot. rays of the sun was ...,.: :.. o-O):'. :.. :.. ..: :.. :.. :.. ._.... I.t:1: 38-tf FRED ,'t. HOYT & Co's

. l I .- I ;t' The Fall Term of the Circuit Court for the primeval.cause of his death. He was as 'b Z' :0.C"-. :. .: :. v \ .Tf Nassau Fibre,
The Lists. citizen as he had proved himself a t'=: : :< : : : : : : :
October Jury good a r
; this Tuesday .
on ,
;' :. l: county ..c-:: :. .. .. .. .. .. .. :1 For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior ,
/.' i:' IGth. The jurors for the petit and grand The following jurors, for the Fall Term of soldier. Generous to a fault, genial and so- r. I .rn. to; anvthing else in use. For sale by

i jury were drawn on Monday the Circuit Court for this county, were cial, he made hosts of friends. He was _z t Z dtCoo June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & (I).
:; : t:) r (:) <
:-, : ; drawn at the court-house, in accordancewith elected to fill several responsible positions in wr :-:! ., :.:.!. :< :-:! .=.;. ::: :..:.
week has been
t The weather the past unsea- := .= .
l nr' he e'i: :: !: =1.-! Livery Stable at a Bargain.I
law last the but of late 0.
on Monday : city government years cca..wWa 9
"", : sonably warm, the thermometer running up GRAND JURY. had confined himself solely to his business.Mr. ..,-, o.o.--........!, : : .-.-.:_.- -R.. offer at a bargain my entire establishment -
; : t 1 into the nineties in the shade, and,'as there ,=,. ::: :r:::0 X,070:: :: ::JqCT:< = :'" \ C'=' in this city consisting of Carriages
R. M. Henderson, E. P. Noyes, Acosta was a devout adherent of the ;:
; ,',' I '1':1 was but little breeze, the heat was very opT C. J. Kimball, L. Bradley, .(1)., fo .0'=' I Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage
Catholic faith and and affectionate Harness etc.
a loving Horses, ,
R. S. D. C. Stewart, ... 0oG
pressive. ; -
;: ;:! ;.', ,'J. 1 T T. A. Acosta, Sam D. Jones, husband and father. His death in the prime I': :. 0 n f1. rn II Terms of purchase CASH.
7 0:) Q G. F. AVERY.
4 ,, : i Ifrom! rom a private and trustworthy source W. J. Meddows, N. Foreacre, Jr., of life will not only prove a sad and irrepar- Broom
and Stable- First
Office near
'il : Maricopa, Arizona, the information is G. R. Adams G. W. Hodges,
able loss to his bereaved family: but will be The Weather. Street Wharf. 46
.. 1 gained that during last week the thermom- C. H. WhitnerV.. B. Houston,
:t > 1 W. B. C. Duryle Plummer Edwards, felt. by the entire community. He leaves a Through Mr. C. \V.Maxwell we have been
,; :'' ; eter ran up to 118 in the shade in that ter- TTIT . Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
I .: : i11i.;, John ungiiey, '. \v. noyt.; wife and five children. furnished the monthly record of observations -

. 'J '.\r ': ..;It.i ritory. We shall never complain of the hot PETIT JURY. The funeral took place last night at half- taken at Fernandina! Station duringthe choice Tracts, high containing hammock twenty land on acres Orange each Lake of,

i r1., '-.s:, 4 weather again.Edward O.Geo.B.C.Murray Coleman, John Dan Kelly Nettles, past five o'clock from the Catholic.Church. month of September, 1883: >suitable for orange growing and truck farming .

',J "I i F. Colby, living at Seymour's Harley B.Jones, Wm. Lake, and was largely attended by the numerous Jlax. 1JIin. Ra 1&- are now offered for sale. These lands

.'. rj Point, on Nassau river, some seven miles Peter Williams, Geo. W. Bryce, friends of the deceased. Date Ther. Ther. fall. ire very conveniently situated for transportation -
f fr by water or rail, and will be sold on
,'I'' from this city, died on Sunday last of malarial : J. R. Cruse, Noah A. Hicks, -- ,
to suit Titles are
terms purchasers. unquestionable.
, 1 n ,' -r, fever. His remains were interred on his G. W. Sauls, Frank C. Latham, Council Meeting. Sept. 1 .................. 80 74 ............ Also valuable timber lands in

k : Isham Roberts, Henry Barker, 2 .................. 81 73 ............ bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS
:i / place, Rev. W. F. Wood officiating. He was Elam Rowe L. A. Davis, The City Council met at the Council rooms 4' ............ large
.t ; 3 .................. 81 73 February 16, J882. Fernandina. Fla.
: .1 { about forty years of age. J. C. Buford, H. E. Dotterer. Wednesday evening. Present: Aldermen H 4 .................. 83 G8 ............

'1 ',: Our friend J. L. Horsey, of the firm Hoyt, Avery, Kelly, Williams and King ; 5 .................. 84 73 ............
young Florida Day 74 ............ NEW .
in the chair. 6 .................. 84
I ., of Horsey fe Co., druggists, will leave this -- Alderman Hoyt 7 .................. 80 70 .82

week for Charleston, S. C., where he will AT THE LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION, OCTOBER 18. The following salaries for September were 8 .................. 81 73 ............

} :'' attend a course of lectures in the South Carolina On Monday, the 15th inst., tickets will be ordered paid : 9 .................. 78 71 .78

d' Medical Mr. Horsey sold the various routes via Baldwin and R. F. Smith, city marshal.................$40 00 10.................. 78 G3 ............ H. PRESCOTT
College. by
} proposes J. Hibbard police at Old Town......... 25 00 h 11.................. 81 62 ............ ,
;' to graduate and return an M. D. Callahan to Louisville, Ky., and return, at Stephen Morris, night police.............. 37 50 12............:..... 83 65 ..... ...... DEALER IN

'' I the month of September $52.39 in the extraordinary low rates shown below, Newton Bradley, police...................... 35 00 13.................. 84 71 ............

q" l + r During embracing all points on the Florida Transit : Sam Cook, police..... ........................ 35 00 "' 14.................. 82 73 1.76 Hen's, Boys' and Youth's,.
;'t cash and $70.50 in scrip were paid into the 15.................. 79 70 1.47
? 1 Railroad. This rate is made R. Brown, lighter of street lamps...... 18 00 Ladies', Misses and Children's,
.It city treasury on account of lax-sale redemptions & Peninsular 16.................. 80 72 ............
and $46 from fines. The disbursements about two cents a mile round trip by the Also the following bills: 17................... 83 73 .22 -++ ++

'I Short Line, and will only be given one day, G. F. Avery, boarding city team for 18.................. 79 68 ............ =
"I .i i for the same period amounted to 15th. Tickets will be closely lim- September............ ........................$15 00 19................... '79 72 ............ FINE SHOES! -

'1 "f.K t. $352.42 in cash and $71.20 in scrip. Monday J. Alberti, six days scavenger work.... 6 00 .. 20.................. 78 72 .02 +

: his ited to go and return, allowing'three days to Rosanna Little, boarding and nursing 21.................. 77 69 ............ -++++ +++-

:1 Captain Fitzgerald has resigned position remain at the Exposition.RATES. John Jackson.......................-....... 5 70 .. 22................... 78 68 ............ ANDGENTLEMEr

J Y on the Sea Island Route, and taken W. F. Wood, Jr., for purchase of Mc- ., 23................... 7; 70 ............ .. .

.1! command of the steamer H. B. Plant, of the Fernandina......................................$15 50 Clelland's Digest, authorized by the ., 24.................. 78 72 .07 .- -v---- -'-"-' -'-
.9.9t Council.......................................- 6 00 25.................. 77 61 ...... ... |
DeBary St. Johns River Line. Captain Sam Lawtey............................................. 16 50 'W. S FURNISHING GOODS,
'; t j t command of the of Starke............................................. 16 50 W. F. Wood, Jr., for purchase of dog 26.................. ';6 65 ............
', Dennette has taken City collars, authorized by Council......... 30 75 ................. 80 64 ............ ---------'-- -- ""'"
:.1 f Waldo............................................. 17 00 27.
,: ,t Bridgeton, of the Sea Island Route. Gainesville.................... .................. 17 50 W. F. Wood, Jr., for cash remitted to 28.................. 81 67 ............ FERNANDINA FLA.

', Work on the bakery of Mr. Stark is pro Arredondo.................................. ... 17 50 Clerk of Supreme Court for abstractof 29.................. 82 69 ............ ,
; ... head-notes in the cases of E. M. 30.................. 88 72 ............
Second Archer................................ ..... .. 18 00
i., i gressing. The small building on Bronson .......................................... 18 00 L'Engle vs.The City of Jacksonville, .................. ... ... ............

street, adjoining the store, is also being rapidly Cedar Key....................................... 18 50 and P. P. L'Engle vs. The City of -

rebuilt, and will be temporarily occupied IIawthorne ...................................._ 17 50 Jacksonville.................................. 3 00 1Jleans. ........:...........8033-036933-031, Master's Sale.

; .o. Mr. Stark store until the new Orange Lake................................... 18 00 R.M. Henderson, coffin furnished Dan AND BY VIRTUE OF A
: by as a Anthony........................................ 18 00 Mitchell, a pauper.......................... 7 00 Total rainfall, 5.14. UNDER rendered in the Circuit Court of

building on Centre street is finished. Silver Springs...........:....................... 18 50 R. M.\ Henderson, burial of R. Wood, the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Nassau -
... ........ 18 50 a pauper....................................... 11 00 Range of ThermometerFOR
5 r Work on Knot's new saw-mill, which had Ocala.................. ....... .. County, on the 4th day of September
i'.l: ;: of break-down in Lake Weir....................................... 19 00 :\IcGinnis&Rawson, furnishing hearse THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, A.D.1883, by W. B. Young, Esq.. referee, in
been account a ... ..... 50
delayed on ........... 1
Wildwood....................................... 19 00 for funeral of pauper. HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. the suit of D. M. Hammond vs. Thos. J.
the Chester mill, where the large timber for A. MACDONELL, A letter from: Mr. A. I. Hurd, of Ocala, Wharton for foreclosure of mortgage, I will.

, "' ; ;: the new structure was cut, is now progressing General Passenger and Ticket Agent. was read, offering to contract with the city I I a I I Wind as Sp'cialIaster named! in said decree, offer

', iS rapidly, and Mr. Huot expects to have for boring artesian wells. The letter was l t't r c Q.,) 0 C. for sale to the highest bidder before the the
Boots and Shoes.Mr. Court-House door in Fc-rnandina! on
in two months.
{ the new mill running reference.The .
ordered filed for
: J. H. Prescott, who, for the past six Saturday.....Sept.29 76 I 88 84 SE. first Monday of November next, being the
: The public schools in' this city and Old weeks has been looking over the market and Finance Committee asked for further Sunday.._._......30 79 187 88 85 SE fifth day of said month, between the legal

Town will open next Monday. Mr. C. A. placing his orders for boots and shoes with time to report on the communication of Monday _....Oct. 1 91 94 87 W. hours of sale on said day. all the estate title had

+ { Key, an experienced instructor, and formerly leading manufacturers of Philadelphia, New Mayor Haley, which was referred at the last Tuesday............. 2 81 9) 'V.'Vednesday. I and interest which Thomas Wharton and
192 891 1877 in
York and theVNew England States, is now \V. on the 28th day of April A. D. ,
.. 80
.... .. 3
of the Middle Georgia College, also the bill of ActingMayorSuhrer 192
: principal engaged in sending them forward as fast as meeting, ; on Thursday......... 4 \ 79 92 NW. to Lot No. ((9)) nine, in Block No. Twenty-

t I assisted by Miss Helen Dozier, will be in they are made. Among those received this for services. Friday...._......... 5 80 I 78 90 881 NV.MARINE. five ((25)), in the City of Fernandina Nassau

tg I"., : charge of School No. 1 in this city, whileS week'is- The Committee on Fire Department reported County, Florida.
A fine calf Misses Congress and Wauken- Terms cash, purchaser paying for title.
""\ Mrs. Alexander will teach the Old Town that the subscriptions so far to the J. A. ELLERMANN.
phast: price, $2.
r': : school. Fine Calf Misses Congress Broom Cloth fund for the purchase of fire apparatus Special Master.

2 Mr. J. L. Taylor, general passenger and Top ; price $4.50. amounted to about $1,100, and that the Port of Fernandina. Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 29,1883.43td

: of the Savannah, Florida & Dog<,;ers Kip and Stoga Boots.Ladies amount necessary would be about $1,600. HIGH WATER.
ticket agent should call and see his stock of infants ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMT.Fernandina : .
has for The matter of the ways and means to raise Saturday, Oct. 6..11:03 A.M. 11:22 p. M.
1 '' Western Railway: arranged special Fir Kid Button, soft soles, in assorted

; excursion rates to Louisville Exposition, colors, and bound leather soles for crochet the money, and manner of issuing the certificates Sunday, "H 7.1150 8...... 0:09": 0:00"0:40" Fla.
Monday, -
i reducing the fare for the round trip from slippers. Shoemakers Skin should and examine Soles.his were referred to the Finance Com- Tuesday, 9...... 1:04" 1:35" INSTITUTION, UNDER THE
brand of Calf Tap
Jacksonville to Louisville to $15.50. The Within new of weeks his stock will be mittee; and as it was deemed of the utmost Wednesday, u 10...... 2:02" 2:301" THIS of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH.
r ; Jl a couple definite action without 11..... 3:03 3:34 of the healthiest
ticket will be good for seven days from the complete, and judging from present indica- importance to take Thursday, ee '* i is pleasantly located inone
12...... 4:07" 4:35:
date of issue, and will be sold either by ways tions he certainly anticipates a boom in the much further: delay. Council agreed that Friday, portions The building of Florida.,which was erected especiallYfor
shoe business the coming season. it would be to Friday
; of Atlanta, Ga., or Montgomery, Ala. when it adjourned ENTERED. a Boarding School, is large and airy.
---- in order to hear the plans of the The Course of Instruction is thorough: ana
night, Oct. 1-8. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette,
sr The change in the schedule of the Fernan List of Letters and
Finance! Committee and take definite action. Savannah, with freight and solid comprising, both in English
: dina &Jacksonville road will prove a great Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina vacated the chair to W. B. Tucker, French, all the branches of a good educa
Alderman having passengers
t< ; convenience to many of our people, especially Nassau county, Florida, Oct. 5, 1883. Hoyt, agent. tion. Board Tuition, Washing, Bed and
for these letters must offered the following resolution, which was Music Les
business men. The summer schedule Persons calling say 3-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette, Bedding per quarter, 4050.
advertised: adopt.edIr.. Avery putting the resolutionto Savannah with freight and pas- sons, with use of Instrument, $12.00.
a made it necessary for any one wishing to do Arnias, Benito De Knauer H.ugust vote to;W. B.Tucker, agent. Plain Sewing and every variety of FancyWork

+ business in Jacksonville to spend all of two Collins W. A. Lewis, C. E. a : be 4-S. sengers S. Carondelet Wilder 1,680 taught without additional charge.
the Finance
i ;". nights and one day in that city, while by the Edmondson, Ed. E. O'Donnell Frank, John instructed Resolved,to That investigate the expenses of the tons, New York ; with freight Payments required in advance. 188.3.For .
Godner, : Schools will October 1st.
W. South-
to R. reopen
;A. schedule one and come the same and recommend a plan for and passengers
new c.go Jenkins, Frank Wiely, Wm. i city government, wick further particulars,apply to the Acad
: ,:; day having nearly four hours time in which Young, L'ura8A1'I. ; the reduction of such expenses,and to reportat agent. 4I -
: of Council. 5-Sch. Carrie E. Woodbury, Bryant, I envy
I the next meeting
to transact business. T. RIDDELL. P. :M.

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