Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00189
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00189
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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! WASH Iff GTOff. RAILROAD NOTES. NEW YORK ,GOSSIP. "any notice taken of that person would and the reason is, I think, obvious: they

-Y only please him. His words cannot hurtfc the brain engaged when it should beat

l PRELIMINARY AGITATION WHICH FORETELLS THE MACON & FLORIDA AIR LINE RAIL- THE FAILURES IN THE CLOTHING TRADE-MA- me, as they were ,only made to attract at- rest. For a long time, therefore, I was
anxious to discover
lL some plan by which the
L THE APPROACH OF THE SOCIAL ROAD.-The contemplated railroad from Macon THEW ARNOLD EXPECTED ARRIVAL- tention to himself." tendency to mental activity would be lessened -

SEASON. to Valdosta, and from thence to Live NEW THEATRICAL STAR-MONSIGNOR and a favorable condition for sleep

To the Editor of the Mirror: Oak or Lake City, is meeting with great CAPEL AND{FULTON. SLEEPLESSNESS. secured.I had.
WASHINGTON, D. C., October 13. favor from citizens residing in the section of To the Editor of the Mirror,: Nothing lowers the vital forces more than in deep frequently thought,particularly that when at night.engaged -

The legislative city upon the banks of the country that will be benefited. Colonel A. NEW YORK, October 13, 1883. sleeplessness of four, which"may causations generally be tracedto there seemed to be something like{ a com-
one : ((1)Mental)
t. Potomac is again the center towards which J. Lane, the president of the St. Johns & We had another big failure in the clothing I I ((2)) a disordered stomach ; ((3)) excessive worry muscular -; pression, and of the the,eyelids themselves, ,the upper ones especially .

wandering feet and eager thoughts are bend- Like Eustis Railway, is the author and trade this week, and the question that everybody exertion ; ((4)) functional or organic disease ently turned upwards eyes if were appar-
as looking in that
ing. At each successive season's rehabilitation leading spirit of the enterprise, and meetings asks himself is,' who will come next.I Loss or'sleep is, when rightly under- direction. This invariably occurred; and
stood of Nature's
of the National City, the oft-mooted are being held in Macon and the towns had a chat with Mr. Marks, the son and ings ,that one some of her physical premonitory laws warn-have the moment that by an effort I arrested the

question is raised, Whether Washingtonis along the proposed route of the road, and attorney of the head of.'"the defunct firm, I; been violated. When we are troubled with course the of thought with and freed the mind from
subject which it
the best site for the National Capital?" liberal subscriptions are being made. Very about the causes that- lead to those troubles. sleeplessness, it becomes requisite discoverthe eyes resumed their normal was position engaged and, the the

and this is not an inappropriate moment to little doubt is entertained of the success of Said he: "Itaircomes fro'u attempting to able primary means for cause its, and removal.then to When adopt insomnia suit-- compression of the lids ceased. Now, it

predict that, though the selection of the location the enterprise. The road will be narrow- do too big a business with}one's capital, and ,or sleeplessness, arises from mental wor- allow occurred the to me one to turn night that I would not

r l for the Federal city of the Union was gauge, and two hundred miles in length, the amount of time allowed t customers to ry,it is indeed most difficult to remove. The them determinedly eyes I in the upwards, but keep
and from Macon through the counties You must remember: that competitionis best and perhaps only effectual plan under if opposite position
shortsighted and mistaken, its fate is fixed pass pay. such circumstances is diet combined as looking down ; and having done so fora
i by the inexorable logic of facts. Its roots of Perry, Dooly, Worth and Lowndes, in now confined alrtost'entirely to time al- with plenty of outdoor a spare exercise, thus to short time, I found that the mind did not

have struck so deeply to the soil as to be insusceptible Georgia, to Valdosta ; and there make an lowance. The prices of goods remain pretty draw the blood from the brain ; for it is as been revert to the thoughts with which it had
occupied and I fell
air-line in all for Lake all wholesale impossible for the brain to continue active soon asleep. I tried
of removal by human hands. probability City. much the same among deal- the plan again with the same result and

The question of removing the capital to Illi- Live Oak will make an effort to be the terminal ers. Now a customer comes to town to buya -without for an engine a due to circulation move without of blood steam.as it is after an experience of two years I can;truly

nois, Missouri, or Kansas has been so exten- point. But as narrow-gauge road bill of goods. How l Iqng will you allowme When suffering from mental distress, a say that, unless when something specially

sively discussed, and will be continually has been chartered and under constructionfrom to pay?' asks the customer. 'Three hot soap bath before retiring is an invaluable annoying always been or able worrying to to occurred I have
talked of; but the city has grown to such Lake City to Gainesville, and from months says A. Oh, B will give me six,' agent for obtaining sleep, as by its means a retiring to rest. There may very occasionally -
blood becomes estab-
thence Ocala to it is likely the is the To retain trade A more equable pressure be some difficulty in
dimensions as to make these debates fruit- by Tampa, reply. your must lished, promoting a decrease of the heart's keeping the eyes
less and unpractical. The amount of money new road will have its terminus at Lake do the same. Meanwhile 'A must lay in a action and relaxation of the blood-vessels. t in the position I have described ; but a determined -
effort to do is all
so that is
expended in erecting the Capitol, the Patent City. When completed it will be a very new stock of goods. He has no cash, and Many a sleepless night owes its origin to thebody's and I am certain that if kept in the required down-) :

I Office, the War, St.ateand Navy Departments important thoroughfare, passing, as it will, therefore must borrow money. This begets tal worry temperature the head is being often unequal.hot and In the men-feet looking position, it will be found that com-

the Post-Office Department, the through one/f the,finest agricultural countries on accommodation notes, which some one cold, the blood being driven to the brain. posure It and be sleep said will be the result.
White House, and many other government of the South, and affording direct communication else in the trade endorses. It thus comes to The whole body should be well washed over to keep may the eyeballs in as a the certain continued position effort

that the with the Northwest for the fruit that to with carbolic soap and sponged with very diverts the so
buildings is so enormous even pass everybody owes money every- attention as to free the mind '
hot water. The blood then becomes diverted
financial resources of this gigantic and growing growers of the peninsula.-Montlcello Cojistituiion. body else. Now when the day for payment from the brain, owing to an adequate diffu- from the disagreeable subject with which it

nation would feel the strain of sinking comes and some one party.. "weakens and is sion of circulation. Tea and coffee should had been engaged, sleep will follow as a natural -
It is not
such immense sums. No city in the United unable to toe the n ark-fh. whole fabric not be taken of an evening when persons this is consequence.to some extent correct improbable: and if so that, it

r States has grown more rapidly or improvedmore NEWS NOTES. goes to pieces. I think that: the.troubles are suffer sleeplessness from insomnia, being nervine, as they stimulants.directly induce A is'well that by means so simple and so easily

substantially since the war than this, pretty well cleared off IIQW. ,.and that there sharp walk of about twenty minutes is also cured.adopted,But such a desirable result can be se-
f- I think this is
and the winter season attracts as many fash- Texas organized sixty-eight new counties will be no more failuresThe wrecks: how- very serviceable before going to bed. the principal reason. The position in only which nor

ionable visitors to the National Capital in last year, making 200 in all. The increaseof ever, that strew the sea ought to be a warning Sleepnessness is sometimes engendered bya the eyes should be kept the natural on -

December and January as Newport or Long her taxable property in the year was to others not to launch out too far. This disordered overloaded stomach.its powers Whenever are disordered this organis and they are at ease in it ; and when there is no

Branch can boast of in July and August. $130,000.000.A extravagant time system is bound to bring wakefulness or a restless night is its usual brows compression the muscles of the connected lids or knitting of the

The preliminary agitation which foretellsthe company has been organized in Cape extended ruin if it is not promptly aban- accompaniment. Dr. C. J. B. Williams, F. rounding the eyes are relaxed.with This and condi-sur-
R. S. remarks that food should be takenat
approach of the social season in Washington May, N. J., whose sole object is the catchingand doned. least, within one hour no of bedtime. It can- tion is certainly much more favorable for

is very marked just now. Duringthe utilizing of porpoises in the manufac- People say that there is no profit in litera- not be too generally realized that the pres- sleep thought.-Chambers'than for mental Journal.activity or deep

hot days of July, August and September ture of oil phosphate and leather. ture. The other day I met_ Norman L. Mun- ence of undigested food in the stomach is .
the Capital City lies in a sort of trance. one of the most prevailing causes of sleep NOTICE TO --- --
Professor Kedric, of the Michigan Agri- ro, the publisher of the Family Story Paper, lessness. TEACHERS.

Not until the freshening breezes of fall be- cultural College, is making experiments that the Seaside Library, and, other productions.He Persons suffering from either functional or OFFICE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,

gin to blow do the absentees return, or the thus far show that growing plants in a close is not yet thirty although he is not the organic diseases are peculiarly liable to sleep- FERNAJ.DINA, FLA.. October 8,1883.ALL }
city awakes to a realization of its mission. lessness. When inability to sleep persist- TEACHERS
not human life. He beau ideal of a man, and his hair might be TRUSTEES AND
room are injurious to ently occurs, and cannot be traced to
The Van Winkle of the any of the public schools will
Rip sleep summeris
called red he is the of a magnificent please
says that the notion that it is unhealthy to possessor perverted mode of life or nutrition, there is observe the following act of the Legislature
over, and the city reawakens. The' habi- building down town town and good reason for surmising that some latent
sleep in a room containing plants is sheer and action of the Board of Public Instruc-
tue of Washington will observe various indications nonsense.At dwelling houses,stablre&bs cpve tljreejsity;, 'malady gives rise to so truly, distressing a tion of Nassau county, and govern themselves .
nditit n: "Under these circumstancesinstead .
of this fact. Vacant houses
are lots, a steam yacht, and a cottage at Shelter accordingly : -: :_
the recent state banquet given to the of making bad worse, swallowing
becoming very scarce, and rents have gone Island. Yet twelve years ago he was noth- deadly sleeping drugs, a scientific physician CHAPTER 3446-No. 34.

up, showing that the coming throng is en- German Emperor in the Palm Garden at ing but a plow boy in Nova Scotia. At the should be without delay consulted. Func- An- Act Requiring Uniformity Text Books

gaging winter quarters. One of the institu- Frankfort, the imperial table was orna- tional disorders of the stomach, liver, and in the Public Schools of this State.
time he
same always paid good pricesfor
tions of Washington the auction sales of mented by a magnificent display of gold heart, are often the primary source of otherwise The People of the State of Florida, repre-
the literary work for his It was sented in Senate and
papers. unaccountable wakefulness. Assembly, do enact as fol
plate lent by Baron Roth child. In the
household goods are crowded by eager buyers never of a very high artistic standard, but it Recently, the dangerous and lamentable lows: SECTION 1. On the first Monday in

of second-hand furniture, who are either !. middle was the famous centre piece pur- paid the writers better frequently than to habit of promiscuously taking sleeping- May, 1883, the Boards of Public Instructionof

boarding-house keepers in fact, or in pros- chased from the city of Nuremberg, whichis draughts has unfortunately become very the several counties that have not pro-
write for such
valued at $180,000. The whole service is publications as Harpers or prevalent, entailing misery and ill-health to vided for uniformity of text books in the
pect. They are getting ready their furnished the Century. Like his colleague, Mr. Bon- a terrible degree. Most persons addicted to public schools, meet and adopt a series of
rooms for the sojourner. The hotel clerks over $500,000.On ner, of the Ledger, Mr. Munro is fond of this destructive practice erroneously think text books, and from and after that date the

have put on their regulation smiles and the evening of August 27 an extraordinary trotting horses. He has this week purchased that it is better to take a sleeping-draught use of such books as mar be adopted, or of
than lie awake. A greater mistake could such as have been adopted previous to the
disturbance occurred in
heartiness, in place of the atribilious pensiveness Colombo the four-year-old colt Red Rose, from Mr. hardly exist. All opiates more or less occasion passage of this act, shall be obligatory upon

with which they have been afflicted Harbor. The sea subsided unexpectedlyabout Fitch A. Hoyt, of Stamford, Connecticut, mischief(, and even the state of stupe- the trustees and teachers of the several coun-

all summer. They may now be seen posing six feet. It receded from ten to fifteen for $4,000. faction they induce utterly fails to bring ties ; and said adoptions shall be in full
about that revitalization resulting from natural force in said counties for a period of not less
behind the counter' in attitudes which sug- feet. Owing to the velocity of the outward -
Mr. Mathew Arnold, the great English es- sleep. The physiological effect of hyp- than five years.
gest"This style, full cabinet, $6 dozen current the stern moorings of several large SEC. 2.
a ,
sayist, is due here next week probably. In notics, or sleeping-draughts, upon the sys- Any teacher refusing to use tho
and they are ready to charm the traveler vessels gave way. The tide continued to rise tem is briefly as follows: ((1)) They paralyze text books adopted by the Board of Public-
honor of his arrival the Messrs. Macmillan
1 I into prolonging his stay. and fall for a half hour, when the water resumed .- -, ,' the nerve centres and disorder the stomach, Instruction of the county'which he or she
the publishers, will bring'out the first complete is teaching shall not be
I Besides all this the business of the city its normal state. This disturbancewas rendering it unfit for its duties; witness the entitled to any compensation -
uniform edition of his works ever sickness and loss of appetite consequentupon for his or her services as such.
entirely a local trade, is reviving, and the caused, undoubtedly by the volcanic a debauch. Chloral chloroform opi- teacher.
published either in this country or in Eng- ,
shopkeepers are animated at the prospect of eruption at the Straits of Sunda. um, etc., act upon the system much in the Approved March 1, 1883.
land. Mr. Arnold will be the guest of the In obedience to the above law the Boardof
same as inebriation. ((2)) One and all
an accession of rich and A French way
extravagant cus- the Journal des Debats
paper Lotos Club during his sojourn in town, anaesthetics introduced into the body have Public Instruction of this county, after
tomers. Congress brings in its train many gives an account of the measures which consultation with the principal teachers
which will probably not be long, as he pro- life-destroying properties in a low degree ,
of these. People who come easily by large have been taken to connect the North Sea poses to make an extended tour of the coun- proved by an overdose being fatal. ((3)) The adopted the following text books:

salaries, or grow rich in Government con- and the Baltic by means of a canal. It was condition they produce is not sleep, but a Robinson's Arithmetic.
try, with a view to studying its literary as counterfeit state of unconsciousness. New Graded American Educational Reader
tracts claimants .
; who get paid pensioners not until 1784 that the
; two seas were con- Swinton's
well as its material and social progress. They directly poison the blood, consequentupon American Classics.
i who get so much back pay in a lump that nected from Tonning to Kiel by deepeningand Some time during the winter he may give a its carbonization resulting from their Seven English Classics and Natural Book.

they do not know how to spend it fast regulating the bed of the Eider. In 1848 few lectures. action. While .peaking of sedatives, we of Reading.Swinton's.

enough. Besides, there are many who have the brothers Christendon offered the King of cannot omit drawing special attention to School Geography.Webster's .
fortunes at their command who Seldom has a member of a theatrical company chloral. This powerful drug is popularly Dictionary.
merely Denmark a plan to open a wide waterwayfrom to Well's Shorter Course in Grammar.
supposed give a quiet night's rest, with;
come to look and idle away the winter. All Biittel, on the right bank of the Elbe, jumped to prominence as quickly as out any of the after effects (headache, etc.) Swinton's Won Speller.

these are valuable customers,and the trades- and Echenforde Bay, on the Baltic. This )Mantell, the Lori Ipanoffof Fanny produced by various preparations of mor- Cathcart's Literary Reader.Harfs .

man and shopkeeper are getting ready to came to nothing. An American scheme was enport's Fedora. He made such an impression phia. Now,chloral is what is termed cumulative pupils. English Grammar for advanced .

welcome them. Besides this, there are other submitted in I860, but this too was dropped. on the first night that managers at the same in its dose action persisted which in implies for a that certain even Spencerian Copy Books.

signs of coming events from a sociable view, One scheme or another will now be carried once began to scramble him. Dan Froh- length of time may cause death. Of all Arrangements have been made by the

which are noticeable. The residences of out. The work will be done under the control I man, of the Madison Square Theatre, suc- hypnotics, chloral is by far the most deadly, Board with the publishers Messrs. Ivison.
the rich classes which have all ceeded in making a contract with him. The and should never, under any circumstances, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., of New York,
summer of Germany, which, as the of through Robt. E. Park
possessor be taken except under medical supervision.To general agent, :Macon -
terms thus far have been, but I
shown a solemn and unblinking expanse of Holstein, will be enabled to send German kept private, epitomize what has already been said Ga., to furnish these books at introductory -

closed blinds as to the upper stories, and a men-of-war from Wilhelmshafen, and ,will am told that they are to be $250 a week. regarding sleeplessness : its rational cure and exchange: prices for the space of

lonely dejected servant or two on watch in be to a great extent mistress of the Baltic. The contract begins next season, and is to should be arrived at in each individual case ninety days after the opening of the schools.
The books
out the and then can be obtained at Fernandina
the continue three Mr. Mantell has by seeking cause, removing
basement have years. ,
opened eyes so to the morbid action, of which it is but a nat- Brandy Branch Callahan,and King's Ferry.
speak, and show signs of inner domesticlife List of Letters therefore, landed on a very good thing. ural sequence. and the introductory and exchange prices-

even to the outside observer. Those Frohman will have a play written especiallyfor Lastly, sleepnessness under no circum- will be published or furnished by the un

who have the entree to these grand houses Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina him, and will star him. In appearance, stances should be neglected. as it acts disastrously dersigned.The .
Nassau county, Florida, Oct. 19, 1883. manner and he is the both on the mental and physical teachers in this county are required
the only leadingman
family returned, and all the to these
pleas- Persons calling for these letters must forces. use books, and the pupils are required -
urable anticipations of the coming gay sea- say we have had since poor Thorne died. Another contributor sends us the follow- to have them.

son are being talked over with excitementand advertised: We have no end of mouthers and supercilious ing, which is appropriate to the subject of By order of the Board of Public Instruc
Austin, A J Haywood. Lizzie but It this article: tion. L. W. HIGGINBOTHAM,
upstarts no artist. would have
delight. These things show the "season Black, William Johson, Rev Isaac When the health is in a satisfactory state, County Superintendent.
is at hand. Old observers say it is to Brown, Julia Knight, Annie been better, however, for Mantell's artistic and there is care and freedom from annoyance -

surpass all others in brilliancy. The long Carlton, J L Littlefield, Bettie future if he had joined the stock companiesof sound and refreshing sleep may Be Masonic.

session of Congress is always the Comedore, Warent Pietsch, Arno either Wallack's or ,the Union Square expected. Under such favorable circumstances Regular communications of Amelia Lodge
There gayest. Eleax, George, Seymour, William Theatre. ,I usually sleep well,but have always No. 47, F. & A. 3[., for the year 1883 :
more time to consume. The next Griffin, Amanda Williams, Mrs C F found it difficult, when retiring to rest, to January 22. July 16.

elections are two years off and the new Wood F G One hears very little of Mansfield, who close my bedroom door on the cares and February 19. August 13. i

member feels safe for that length of time. SAM'L T. RIDDELL, P. :M. made such a hit in the. Parisian Romancelast troubles of the day, and seek my pillow with March 19. September 10.

, He can bring on his family and enjoy him- year, and for whom managers scrambled have thoughts worried of sleep or caused alone.annoyance Whatever is sure may to May April 21.16. November October 15.12.

self. Perhaps he will make his mark in Valuable Orange Lands for ,Sale. much in the same way as they did over intrude itself and be present in my thoughts June 18. December 10.

i t Congress. Even the Presidency might go Tracts containing twenty acres each of Mantell. He seems to have disappeared when I endeavor to go to sleep. The brainis December 27. ,

. to a worse man he thinks, and spat this choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, completely. He was evidently a man of therefore kept active when it should be at At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fraternally '
rest and is for invited to j
suitable for consequently sleep a long attend.
t !! orange growing and truck farm one part, and that was too repulsive to liveas time impossible. Towards when
curtar morning, J. E. WANDELL W. M
go up play society ing, are now offered for sale. These lands Jefferson's Rip Van Winkle or Emmet's the mind as well as the body has become C. H. BERG, Secretary. l

moves over the board in all varying are very conveniently situated for transpor Fritz.I wearied, some sleep may be obtained but,

f Phases of hope, ambition and display. tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on met Monsignor Capel at the reception generally as the brain unsound is not even and then composed, it is Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its r
terms to suit Titles unrefreshing. regular convocations on the Thursday fol ,
sine purchasers. are unques tendered him at the Club House of the Amongst the remedies that have been recommended lowing each regular communication '
weigh 1 million postal cards, which will tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Xavier Union, and asked him whether he for sleeplessness are-the repeating Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. of Amelia 1' ) '

1- about thirty tons, have just been ordered large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, proposed to do anything relative to the as- of poetry, counting up to a'hundred Transientcompanions fraternally) invited .
from the factory in Castleton several times, etc. I have never heard, how- to attend.
N. Y.
February 16 1882. W. F. SCOTT
Fernandina, Fla. persions of H. P.
Fulton. "No sir he
replied ; ever tha isuch remedies were at all useful, W. A. JONES, Secretary.

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..! '" "I've told you quite a story" said he. replied in the negative. He accepted a cigar, the railroad company's bnildings.fter just gone into the cab again.; I was standing
,' r. '. Somehow it back to me when I'm laughed at the and anecdotes with supper 1 was told that wished to
# J ,' the rustling leaves of autumn comes jokes a man see on the platform, satchel in hand, and placidly
' .Ii: ; 'Mong inside a carriage in the dark. Are you goingto which we sought to beguile the long drive me, and I had the pleasure of meeting JamesP smoking. Suddenly I heard
1 have heard the sirens a sound
, ..t t;)' ',' sing stop here? Yes? Well, allow me to introduce and chatted freely with us. We learned -. I asked him about his '. pard" and of wheels. A wagon, with four or five
"r"jr.t of gentle welcome
r! 't i Softly, songs is James P-. that he in charge of railroad construc- learned that he was well and men
[ As or whispering myself. My name was prosperous, in it, came in sight, driving at high speed
I '., .i,. harp-strings engineer," (this means engine-driver as wellas tion, and that, in endeavoring to quell a and that the two friends had met quite often Down the road it came passed the station'

1; .., '. Tell me not the gods have vanished engineer proper in the United States,) disturbance, he had receive in his arm the of late. P- thanked me heartily, and turned and was rushing even faster than,
: "[ -'t 4t From the earth or from the skies ; "on the D. & R. G.: (Denver and Rio bullet intended by an American workmanfor with genuine warmth for what I had doneor before past the train when a man lifted him
: I Or that faith and love are banished Grande.") a Mexican. I talked a good deal with rather tried to do-for Charley," and self and fired into the cab. In..: nother minute
; ,,: '" While such sounds of beauty rise. I shook hands with him and gave him my him, and all of a sudden it occurred to me heard my commendation of his friend's we took out our best engineer,
1" .. card, and as we registered our names I hada to ask if he knew Charley: W-, whom my pluck with I am sure, far more pleasurethan James P-, stone dead-shot throu"hthe poor
It r} I ', At the dawning of each morning, good chance to look at him. He had a friend James P-wanted me to meet. any praises of himself could possibly heart.

... r.: : At the closing of each day very fine honest face and blue eyes, and one Why, sir," he replied, I know him well, have given him. The next morning, to my Of what followed it is hard to give a clear
: : ; 9 would trust him at a glance. entertained for that's satisfaction the doctor with whom I had be-
f : : ; Come the constant, same, informing my name. account. In those countries it is rare that
f ,!t )" .' Spirits that had passed away. me much at supper, and accepted a cigar This singular encounter made quite an fore traveled made his appearance ; a special railroad man is molested by the ordinary a
rl''.; i ; when we took our seats on the little ve- impression on my mind. I was pleased to train, with my friend P-in charge of the "roughs" and 7nallVa 3 sujeets. The freemasonry
:m.1 Listen closely to the brooklet; randa. see my friend's friend, but sorry to find him engine, was placed at our disposal, and we among the craft is perfect, and including
t.1( F. .H Catch its stillest murmuring; So you're going to Santa Febe said. in such a plight, for 1 could not take the began a series of trips in different directions, graders, tie-cutters etc., they makea
: to." : t1 ;:G Watch the roses that have not yetw' "Like enough you'll see my pard-him that matter as lightly as did he. I could not tell and of varying length. From Antonito a formidable body, and will show a united
? : Lost their hearts in blossoming. was with me in the coach in Arizona. I him enough about James, and he seemed to division of the railroad runs westward to front against aggressors. What had hap-

f. I T didn't tell you he,,was in these parts. His love speaking of him. Chama and toward Durango, and on this we pened was known in an instant, antI but
t... -'ill All the ages ripen slowly, name is Charley-, and he's head ofa His face lighted up as he went on. spent some time. Then we made our head- thought ran through the minds of all. I had
J" : t Like a golden autumn day ; section gang building the A., T. & S. F.,'' "Now, he's such a pard as few men ever quarters for a while at Alamoso, on the Rio come to know most of the fellows, yet in
11 holyl.& ([Atchinson, Topeka & Santa Fe,) "and maybe had," said he. "He's been more than a Grande. I noticed that Pseemed much that moment all whom I saw looked strangethe

tj .: :, ; you'll strike him somewhere near the brother to me. We've seen good days and pleased when told of this latter choice, and I expression of their faces had changed
.:: ,,' a Pecos river. I hope you will Colonel," (everyone mighty rough days, together, and we're a was not long in discovering the reason. The and the "fighting glare" had come into
' : '. TWO "PARDS." insisted on calling me,) for, though going to see each other through every time. night of our first arrival the doctor and I their eyes. There was a rush to quarters for
\ \ l % I say it who shouldn't, seeing he's my pard, I believe he'd give me all he had in the were invited to a dance given at the hotel, rifles and revolvers a hurried buckling: of ""II!:.
',J'If .. ;, :; Some one has called mine the cosmopolitan there isn't a better man this side of the world if I needed it, and he's welcome to all and a truly motley party did we find there cartridge belts. I defy any man who has '
/; y' \ \ t" profession ;" such I myself have cork States. Why, I've known him ever since we I've got-and that ain't much, to be sure ; assembled. We were late, and the festivitieswere lived on the border not to imbibe something
{ 17' r.," tainly found it. Our pleasant club-house in were boys together (he's three years younger and what's a sight more than that," he con at their height. The "gentlemen" were of the gaudium certaminis at such a time. I
:. f i; ; .New York contains a particularly pleasant than me), way up in Vermont, near Lake tinued, if one of us was in trouble theother'd railroad men of various degrees, stage offi- went to the car for my trusted Colt's revolver
',': i ; ,I library, in which silence is enforced, and Champlain. Both his father and mother go to the end of the earth to stand cials, local tradesmen, miners and cow- and just as I came out with it a tall man
:'. .; 4 there is a large open fireplace. Now that died when he was a little shaver, and he's by him. Why, once, when I was a boy, I boys. The "ladies" were mainly of Mexican whom I knew as a chief of construction,
.}' ,' fortune keeps me in a great city; and surrounded always been just like my own brother. He went to the theatre, and, saw a play called blood, but there were a few Americans.In stepped out in front of the gathering group,
," 'i ''r : by bricks and mortar, I baffle her was supposed to live with his own uncle, the Corsican Brothers." where one brother the matter of costume there was clearly and in stentorian tones cried :
1(.;r :- I 1 ..n s.: by.frequent excursions into an ideal world. I but he was in our house most all the time, knew when the other'd got something; on much liberty allowed-or exacted-and a "All railroad men follow me."
'l':1: : : ; often :sit before this fire, and rarely fail to and we worked together in summer and his mind, or was hurt, or"-he lowered his large variety prevailed. About the dress of Instinctively I stepped from the car, and
;:Y; r \1. lose myself among visions, evolved from the went to school together in winter, and I tell voice" was a dying. It may be kind o' some of the men there was a certain pictur- was about to fall in with the party, when
:, ,. ft; ..,''i. blazing coals, of past days and scenes. I yon"-he turned to me with his face beaming foolish, but I've sometimes allowed that it's esqueness. I noticed one in particular of the chief engineer took me by the arm.
; : :f'. sometimes: see the cis-Mississippi prairies as with good will-" he's a pard worth hav- about like that with me, and that if Jim got very striking appearance. He was a large "
t;'il t: :. I knew them when we were running the ing. I hope you'll see him and tell him you a call to pass in his checks, I'd-I'd somehowor and powerful man, fully six feet in height You must not go, Colonel, he said,
there of the and it
, );I'' 1. lines for what are now Central, but were saw me, and I was:: first-rate, and wanted other-I can't sort of put it in words-I'd with keen gray eyes, dark hair, and no are plenty boys, ain'tyour
funeral. Mexicans hate
!J.. } then far Western railroads. Then again I him to do anything he could for you. He know it !I'! He paused a minute, and as his beard or mustache. He wore a short coat The us, and
, 'F 1 '...:. find myself transported to distant lands, knows this country well." I told him I excited thoughts took u new direction, he open over a gray flan nel shirt, under the roll- the sheriff is in sympathy with them, but
, 1 'lI 1}' where, if not engaged in construction, I was should certainly try to see his friend, and turned to me with a little flash in his eyes, ing collar of which was loosely knotted a gay you may bet :your life we'll have those
, it). 1' charged to inspect it. I remember the first we talked together till quite late in the eve- and his lips closely compressed and added, scarf. He was belted, booted and spurred, scoundrels.life Keep when out of the way, and call don'trisk
)' \ passage of the Mont Cenis! tunnel, the building ning. I took a great fancy to my new acquaintance "And if there's a living man harms my and had a large gray sombrero with a gilt your you've got no to do

. .tit r ,4. of the toy Japanese road from Yokohama and was glad to learn that we pard, the world won't be big enough to hold cord around the crown. The face was ofa so.Such advice is than
:' : ',' 'I i : to Tokio, and the plucky attempt to construct should probably meet again, as he was usually him and me, and don't you forget it!" type which I know well on the frontier more easily given
have back
taken. I could not altogether
, 1 r ; It-: = and maintain a line in China. During detailed for the "specials" (special Through fifteen long miles of a rough road -cold, cruel, Mephistophelian face of but while he detained kept -
;' Irr! a.: the years covered by these wanderings. I trains), and I was likely to go over the road he sat!: patient and uncomplaining in his seat. an actual gambler and easily possible des- ; well, even the street and me the
';k rt "..13:, ': had my share of what might be called ordinary later. He accompanied me to the station Fearing that it would hurt him, despite his perado. As I looked at him I saw his eyes fast.men were We followed up without running them

"Jk :; ';. adventures, not unattended by peril, the next night, and I found that what he courage, to talk I kept silence after our first turned with an exceedingly unpleasant ex- in the least but heard gaining shouts on aheadof
'; I rf( but it is from later experiences in my native said to the men had accomplished quite as conversation. With me was a particular pression in them, toward a corner of the we soon
,I. land, after my last return thereto, that I much for my comfort on the journey as any friend, a clever doctor, dwelling by choice in room. Following, their direction, I saw my us. A strange scene met our eyes as we
the of
At three
: ,' 1 i .drawn host of the most::; vivid and interesting official credentials. There were no regular the West, and when we stopped at Tecoloteto friendly engineer, his honest face suffused came up. right was a row
adobe houses. At distance
; > I .: ; reminiscences. My thoughts recur most passenger trains, but the men made me quiteat change horses Lcalled him off the box with pleasure, talking eagerly to the very some to the left
stood ancient church surrounded
't! ".'' of all to the following strange episode of home in a caboose at the rear of along and asked him to examine my new acquain- girl whom I had last seen "in the Plazaat an by an
about six feet and
liJ 1" frontier life, of which I can almost say pars string of freight cars, and I was safely tance's arm. He took him into the rude Santa Fe. She looked as handsome as adobe wall high, I can
: this the rude white
" / "p r : /m. From the manner of my first acquaintance transported over the Raton Mountains, and station, and shortly emerged, speaking some ever as she sat there, playing with her fan, see at the and cross in
(11 ;I ance with the principal actors therein to my was sound asleep as we entered New Mexico. \ encouraging words to his patient. Takingme and raising her eyes from time to time to standing over gateway shining

,6 .. : r i last sight of any of them, the details stand From the end of the finished line at aside he whispered, in his cool, profes- the face of the good fellow talking to her. I the The sun. had divided and number of
'{;, } out in my memory as altogether dramatic Las Vegas I rode to Santa Fe on the top of a sional way, that the poor fellow was in con- saw him unfold a paper and hand her a had party made attack, a the of

,';1)1.) '::,' a, N and essentially characteristic. coach, every one of us with his hand on his siderable danger, and that any interferencewith bunch of flowers. ., and then I turned to look men houses in the an furthermost upon of which row it
oJi'l _: a When I was working as a youngster on revolver, for the road agents" were out in the wound by an inexperienced surgeon at my fierce neighbor. His face had grown
: seemed all but of the ruffians from the
>> 1, .", ern the prairie surveys in Illinois most of the force, and had stopped the train on its pre- would inevitably bring on lockjaw. We even more savage than before, and his Jook ,had taken one Several shots had
'.. ,' t., region between the Missouri river and the vious trip. We did not encounter them, rode twelve miles more, the brave fellow boded no peace for P-. I seemed to see wagon refuge. and
' been with them
, 'f/ .' Rocky Mountains was known as the "Great however, and on a beautiful moonlight ; still insisting that he was not suffering. Arriving trouble ahead, and I looked around for our already exchanged an
had been forced into the nearest of
! \ : I '" American Desert ;" yet I have lived to see it night we drove into the Plaza of the City of I at the end of the stage route, I found well-known scout, Pistol Johnny." He entrance the houses. Just before I reached the
, traversed lines of and the Holy Faith. Quaint and strange it was in readiness with a special himself the bar and
; ; J'i', by railway, great my car engine was refreshing at politely the wall between this and the second had
; small, and already supporting a large popu indeed, when I saw it. Now the railroad has attached. I then told him that he must asked me to join him ; but, upon my de- been broken down, and several resolute fellows -
"' had reached it and I hear of brick buildings, with and that would he his attention
'Ij. lation. I no experimental acquaintance come me, we nurse clining, readily gave me the breach.
through They were
( with it until after the building of the "U: and gas, and a handsome hotel instead of him, and run fifty miles an hour for a sur- and answered my questions promptly. The to assault the ,
I : 4 P.," (as they always call the Union Pacific the founa, where I sat that night and sippedmy geon. The cold perspiration was comingout man was a well-known "sport and gambler making when a ready white handkerchief besieged fastened party to a

.. .+ Railway.) but from that time until quite recently Spanish chocolate. No one contributesmore in beads on his forehead, and his pulsewas I and the sobriquet by which he was stick shown at the of one of
was part
r't!. '. :' i I have had occasion at intervals tot to such changes than people of my growing weaker: but he said, as firmlyas known was Faro Sam." Like many men the windows, and the men upper inside called fora
j lines and the profession but I confess to not little of his he born in rural
t. ; inspect both completed surveys ; a sentiment ever: I. class was a quiet enough it They
parley. Strange was.
r, for projected ones, and I have come to as to the destruction of such memen- "I couldn't possibly leave, sir, withoutthe district of New England, had fallen into with perfect coolness that while
represented, ,
:lli'I, s know most of the country from the Yellowstone tos of antiquity even of pre-Columbian boss's permission, and he is not here." evil ways, gone to the West, and become a themselves sure" sev-
It is days-as were to be found in and about this' I could not do for him for they were gone up
.' I Park to Paso del Norte. a region more we were !, professional desperado. eral of the assailants would certainly be
i -. ) w which I dearly love, and I am fain to interrupt old town. Brick is better material for a compelled to start. I bade him good-by, He's a mighty tough customer" sententiously killed in the attack, as the besieged were
I.,'' the thread of any story I may be telling city than adobe, but not half so interesting.I and as I reluctantly shook hands with him ," remarked Pistol Johnny, as he thoroughly armed. Under the circumstancesthey
passed pleasant in New Mex- and at the of rolled with infamous '' There
many days sat rear my car as we struggled an cigar.
would surrender if guaranteed
a respite -
fascinations. ico, and seemed to become more and more away in the soft moonlight of New Mexico ain't many of the boys'd like to tackle him, of twenty-four hours before they were
1 :" q here," exclaimed the other day a poor fellow infected with the dreamy atmosphere and it seemed to me I had met as strong a soulas for he's on the shoot every time. The gal's lynched These terms the railroad men

': : whom pecuniary interests had brought ways of Santa Fe. I used to sit for hours that Casabianca whose name has so long pretty, ain't she? I tell you, she's just adaisj. decided to accept, and the surrender was accordingly -
.. from the Snowy range to a desk in a New under the colonnade around the Plaza, been a household word. Lots of the boys mashed on her. made. I was not a witness of it.
,: York office and I could quite understand smoking and languidly watching the quaint As the doctor and I sat looking at the Does she like Jim ? Well, I should for attention had been distracted by
liis vehemence. Some of the hardest-headed scenes passing before my eyes. Manna was sterile landscape, I told him about the young smile. He's got the inside track and he'll other my proceedings. A number of men, their
4 fellows I ever knew have been enthusiastic I the motto of Santa Fe life in those days ; in fellow we had just left, and the pa'rd" of keep it, unless Faro Sam chips in. Looksas rifles at their hips, were cautiously takingup
.' lovers of the Dome of the Continent," and other words, Do nothing to-day that you whom he was so fond. The doctor was .if he was a-goin' to, don't it?" distance with their fixed on the
'', M, never tired of dwelling on the magnificent can put off until to-morrow." At last I sympathetic, but very professional, and he It did indeed. The gambler walked slow- wall surrounding the ancient eyes church. I
mountain scenery, the exhilarating atmosphere came to my senses, and booked myself one kept dwelling on the fact that the man had ly across the room just as the master of cer- learned through a hurried statement that
t and the freedom of the life. I was day for a seat in the stage for Las Vegas the received what he called a surgical shock." emonies was calling upon the gentlemen"to the ringleaders of the murderers. the man
i p1 joining mentally in such px'ans of praise as I next morning but one. That evening, sitting I insisted that a fellow of such infinite pluck choose partners for the next dance. The who had fired the fatal shot, had managed
". journeyed one pleasant autumn, not many on a bench in the Plaza, listening to the and spirit would live through more than girl was apparently about to take the engineers to get his splendid white horse (which must
years a'go; down the little narrow-gauge Col- military band, I heard voices, including a that, and, after arguing to his hearts content, arm, when the gambler abruptly have been saddled and in readiness), and
t orado road from Pueblo to El Moro. When woman's, raised above ordinary tones froma he gracefully acknowledged that I might be pushed before him, and spoke hurriedly, in sheltered himself behind the further wall of
the beautiful Spanish Peaks are in sight. I neighboring seat. I looked in that direction right ; and so it proved. We learned some an undertone, to her. I was watching the the church. He was known to be heavily
i can never take my eyes off them. "Waha- and saw (the !moonlight being very days later that, although he had been at party closely, and to me she seemed to hesi- armed and a dead shot. I could see nothing
'A' .toya," the Indians called the two splendid bright) a beautiful girl. She was a blonde, death's door, he was convalescent.I tate, but to be strongly impelled to desert of him, but I saw the clever tactics of the
I ,," mountains rising side by side out of the apparently of medium height, and rather mentioned remarkable experience to ; her late attendant, when he quietly drew West carried out by men who knew them
plain, and they were never more clearly cut gayly dressed. She was sitting with two several railroad officials, and it came to have her arm within his and walked away. What well. Separating like skirmishers Bring
than when I gazed from the rear platform. I men of common appearance and evidently quite a little notoriety, and led, I was gladto might have happened I know not, but just into action, they were watching for a
( "', have seen nothing in any land like their enjoying herself greatly. She might have discover later on, to some promotion for at that moment a comrade of the gambler chance. In a minute there came hurriedlyup

,; ,k" outline, and then they suggest all sorts of been twenty years of age, and her handsomeface its hero. Engrossing occupation, however, hurriedly approached him whispered something a well-known sharpshooter, with a heavy
# *4 fanciful ideas, standing as they do like sentinels luxuriant golden hair and fine figure and changing scenes caused it to fade from in his ear, drew him away, and com- Berdan rifle. He had hardly passed me
,' 'x. on the frontierof that southern region would have attracted notice any where, albeit my mind, and I did not visit Santa Fe againfor pelled him, apparently with great reluc- when he stopped and set the sights as delib-
"' 'f; : to which modern scholars are assigning a she was overdressed and in no sense refined. a long time.It tance, to accompany him out of the room. erately as if about to fire at a target. Then
strange pre-historic past. I left the train at It was by no means because she made beaux was in the course of a pleasant September A few minutes later I heard them ride away.I he proceeded rapidly in a direction that
the little station, and was about to take an ycux at me that I paid her mental compli- that I surmounted the Veta Pass and was right in thinking that something very would soon bring the further side of the
ments and in her took the constructed road south from could induce Faro Sam to leave the
omnibus for a four-mile trip to an inn, when recognized one of the newly urgent church inclosure within
I a driver suggested that three of the passengers women dowered with beauty of a kind and Alamosa. I had been for some time in the room at such a time. His comrade had range.
; should ride in his carryall. Those degree that, whether they reign on thronesor :: Eastern States, and among conventional sur- brought him word that :i strong party of If Steve" draws a bead on him he'll drop
who did so, including myself, were strangers in mining-camps, must give them a roundings ; but I had consequently lost in a miners from a camp in the San Juan coun- him sure, said excitedly a man at my side
,.' to each other, and I could not even see the power at once undeniable and unique. I measure the mental attitude of preparednessfor try, one of whom he had robbed at a game "Faro Sam's got a fine Winchester (rifle).
: I
.; n. While we were rolling over the sage-brush, she had recently come from the States," by previous experiences in the West. find and punish him. With some of his can carry a long way further.
r a voice came to my ears from the darkness was the daughter of a contractor on the rail- Indeed was habitually dwelling on some companions he had managed to get on a Faro Sam The whole thing flashed across
at my side : road, and, in her set," easily the belle important private affairs which had occupied construction train bound south, and hoped me in a minute-the ball at Alamosa ; the
,, I've seen rougher rides than this, sir." Something about her brought to my mind my attention at home, and I had not paid we had seen the last of him for a long while. beautiful girl ; the look on the desperado'sface
"Indeed?" those striking words of Dr. Oliver Wendell much heed to the landscape until we arrived, Next day I met my friend James walking ; the rencontre-and this was the !sequel -

Yes, sir; I'm one of two survivors of a Holmes: just about sunset, at a station called An- with the girl who had been his partner, and Even in these exciting moments
coach-load in Arizona. The Apaches at- But here is that terrible fact to begin tonito, where I was to remain for some little he stopped and with a hearty good-will introduced there came back to me my ominous forebod-
tacked us. We give 'em as good a racket as with, a beautiful young girl, with the blood time. Never shall I forget the sight that me to her. I talked with the pair ings in the Plaza at Santa Fe. If assassinations .

i.,, TVC could, but they went right clean through and the nerve-fibre that belong to nature's met my eyes, the strange combinations, the for a few minutes, during which I had ex- and suicides are dreadful possibilities: ,
; 'Us-and they killed every man in that coach women, turned loose among live men. sharply-accented contrasts. As I steppedout cellent opportunity of observing this beautiful then there is always something'-
r but me and my pard, and" (here the voice Terrible fact? of the rain I found myself on an arid, young woman, for such she undeniablywas. Crack !
i' ) became a little tremulous) ., they put us in "Very terrible. Nothing more so. Do treeless plain. Close at hand were the rail- She carried herself with grace, and Does any one ever forget that sound-the
1. the corral to keep us till morning," (which you forget the angels that lost Heaven for way buildings, from which a rude street with what one might almost call the grandair. discharge: of a loaded rifle at close quarter* ::
f,i meant a good deal in view of the way in the daughters of men? Do you forget flanked by miserable "saloons," gambling Eyes, hair complexion, figure were The ruffian must have shown his hat orarni
::1 '. which Apaches treat prisoners.) We man- Helen, and the fair women who made mis- places and dance-houses, led to a group of lovely, and hands and feet small and pretty. above the wall ; and as I was looking in
''' '\" aged to get out in the night, and we ran, sir, chief and set nations by the ears before adobe houses, forming the town proper What was it, I asked myself, as I talked that direction I saw a little dust fly from its
I p I"" f;: ran like-for our lives along the trail-and Helen was born ? If jealousies that gnaw Around were strewn heaps of offal and garbage with her and as I walked on to the hotel afterward top, so close had been the shot. Ere another
I ,: we were just dead beat out, sir-and we men's hearts out of their bodies-if pangs deposits of rubbish, piles of cast-off tin which affected me so unpleasantlyas minute there were half dozen more reports -
(" m t." t' heard horses coming and we crouched that waste men to shadows, and drive them cans. To the near horizon on each side underlying all her charms? It was not and a horse appeared clear of the corner -
$ ;,n !II ;4 down alongside of that trail in terror, and into raving madness or moping melancholyif desolation reigned ; but, as I raised my eyes the rather unrefined voice and manner, nor of the wall. Beyond, and sheltered by
:1: f listened, with our hearts in our mouth. My assassination and suicide are dreadful to the distant eastern sky-line, I saw such a the :inelegant language alone-but some- him, was a man. In less time than it takesto
: .' 'A God, sir, I heard the rattle of the scabbardson possibilities, then there is always something glorious and majestic vision that in an instant thing which I could not fathom had left a write it, he had fired his rifle, resting on
the boots It was two companies of cav frightful about a lovely young woman." my squalid surroundings were to me curiously unfavorable impression on my the saddle, thrown it down, sprung on the
alry. We jumped up-the major didn't If such things could be said apropos of a as if they had never been. On the sharp mind. That afternoon I started for Wagon horse's back, a revolver in each hand and
t h more than let me finish my story. Said he gentle young creature sitting with her chap summits of a noble, sombre range rested the Wheel Gap, and was gone for a week. I discharging them rapidly and driving the
to us, Get up behind a man each of you, eron at a quiet boarding-house table, with rays: of the setting sun, bathing them in a passed through Alamosa on my return, and spurs into the fine steed's flanks he was off..
t\ M and show us the way in !' what new force, thought.1, would they applyto lovely roseate light. In a second it flashed chanced to meet Pistol Johnny. This worthy Again a second, and Steve drew his bead"
11 Well, sir, them poor fellows in that a handsome, bold girl, thrown among across me that at such a moment well might took a serious view of the little affair in the As I heard the report I saw the man reel
'. coach weren't long being revenged. Every crowds of rude, fierce men on the border. the pious Spaniards of old days: bearing the dancing-room, to which he alluded as having and drop his hand to his thigh ; but he did
'r \ one of them cavalrymen had a good cutlass Next morning I took my place in the cross in one hand and the sword in the other, happened when we were last together. not fall, and was soon out of range. Then
f.' '7 -and a good carbine-and a good six-shoot Southern Overland Mail stage northward. and with a reverend mediaeval symbolismever "Jim got away with Faro Sam that night," there was a cry for horses, and a pursuit was
I 1. er-and you bet he used them all!" The vehicle was an unusually small one, presenting itself to their minds, have said he, but Faro ain't the man to let it speedily organized.
Just then we came into the light of the and the inside passengers were not pleased given to these mountains the solemn name pass. He drawed on a fellow for less than Steve's kinder lost his grip," said the
little inn at Trinidad, and I turned with when it stopped and a new claimant for a they have ever since borne, Sangre de Cristo that before this-and killed him, too. Jim's man who had spoken to me before. "Perhaps -
much interest to look at my companion. He seat appeared. He was a man of about _" the Blood of Christ. I forgot all that got plenty of sand (grit), but if I was him I the sun's got in his eyes. It's mighty

1 was a large and powerful man, with a light twenty-eight years of age, of vigorous frame, was about me, and stood gazing until the I'd always go well heeled, and look out that : rough he missed the cuss's heart. Never
1, beard, in ordinary attire, and carrying a with black eyes, hair and mustache, and as light faded. Sitting here to-day, long after no one got the drop on me." i mind, we're a-going to get him now."
small satchel in his hand. He was looking he came near we noticed that his arm was that time, and more than 2,000 miles from A few days later I was at Antonio, and' "Are you sure of that?"
,J at me, too, and with a smile and a shake of in a sling. Suspecting, perhaps, that we that place, the transcendent spectacle conies about to take departure for the North. Cert in. There ain't no settlements except
the! head he seemed to disengage himself were not anxious to be further crowded, he back to me, fresh, grand, and moving as It was early afternoon, and the sun was railroad camps for miles and miles the .
from the spell of the grim experience he quietly remarked; ever ; and to the most blase" of sight-seers, shining brightly. There had been much way be's gone. He couldn't get a change of
!' had been narrating. The excitement of the "I've been shot, gentlemen, and I must to the men for whom Nature seems to haveno doing on the railway, and a number of men, horses to save his life, and the boys'll have
." episode had only recurred to him in the silence go to where I can find a doctor." sensations left, I say with entire confi- perhaps twenty-five or thirty, were in and all they want.
= and the darkness, and he had needs Greatly surprised, we made room for him, dence, u Go and see the Sangre de Cristo from about the buildings. On the track stood ray It won't take 'em long to run him

make way for new dangers and difficulties and asked if he were suffering. To this in- Antonito at sunset !" car, with the engine attached, and my friend down."



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I saw four or five horsemen, heavily \ asleep, Colonel, jest assure as,'ou're n- ettin' > DRUGS I -
armed and finely mounted, ride away ; Katy there, I saw him in a dream just as nateralas : "-Jt" :.- MEDICINES, ETC. Professional and Business Cards.

a group of men caring tenderly for the re- life, an' lookin' at me kinder anxious: likeas ,.', ;, fO' : .

mains of the dead engineer; I saw the grim ef there war somethin' a-troublin' him, .,<*,* ; ;. ESTA.BLISIIED: 187* E. LEROY JONES, M.D.,
guard outside the doorof the house in which an' I tried to get to him, an' couldn't, an' .. f; ". --

were surrendered prisoners. Then I wentto woke up in a cold perspiration-an' then .. ', -.i, : .,. r. \ HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SUBGEOtf,
the train, now in charge of a new engineer next day I was like a man in a dream all ,- "' '.... : ",.-:i.''-:. DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES
and. unable to depar- the time an' the not understandin' 1 ,' .j..nt. >< '"
, ; postpone my boys ; .. Fourth St., between Centre and Alachna,.
t ture, bade"the boys good-by, and stood what was the matter. When I'd had my ." :,.".. .. .
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i on the platform as we ran rapidly towardthe dinner in the boardin' car, I set thar a- > & CO. FERNANDINA, FLA.

1 north. thinkin', an' being tired from not hevin '"'.' 7'i1.; .'--t.f ::;'1'", ;';.d '. ,
to the east there was the solemn had the before I fell a-dozin' } .
Away sleep night Calls answered
r" promptly day or night Mut
I ,
: .
-; :; ,. \ .t .
Sangree de Cristo down Colonel I'm tellin' livin' : ,
!, Ipoking again just an yer the truthI Medicine furnished without extra charge.
when the pioneers of Spain gazed won- see pard cold and still an' I jumped : (, -: Ilj I PHARMACISTS 1=
as my ; :Y" : : ." Office hours :-a. m. until 8 ; p. m. f t4'li
eringly thereon, and there were no jealousiesand up with a yell, an' the boys thought I was ::: ,.; : and 7 to 8. 22 ly*
brawls and murders tainting the land mad-an' they allowed I'd had too much to ta .

over which the great range keeps:! watch and drink, an' I couldn't make them understand ,- :... z'.t"j:. ,'.;;, :. t. : Centre Street,
.... DR. W. E. SNYDER,
ward. thet I knowed somethin' 'd happened to .. .- ( ':"'! '. -- ;: '
"There ain't much show for them cusses Jim. Then I got leave an' went up to Santa FERNANDINA, FLORIDA g
when they come to try 'em to-morrow,'' saida Fe, an1 on to Espanola, inquirin', and otto .' 4 ': ."":.:'1! :! :. :1 .' ? r'

brakeman who came out to adjust the signal Antonito, au' found out what lied happened. : -..:;.,,:: :' '.. ,,,.; constantly on hand a fine assort- .
cord.: They've been spotted, and theyare Colonel, I warn't surprised, nor yit, jest KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR- gi ;-;<: 0--
an unrighteous lot." I knew he spokethe then, so wild ez yer'd think-fur, yer see, I { V < ;Yi. V ;' EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs ms r
truth, and I ought not to leave this ve- was worse hit when I see him in the second .y . :. V to C4'j:

racious narrative of a phase of frontier life, dream, an' somethin' kinder went right "i '. Z =_..=,
; and Chemicals
which seems so lawless to dwellers in other through my heart then an' I couldn't suffer ,; \ : ;.; ff'p r... C ,
lands, without a word of comment.As much more. But. Colonel1, -and here : ;: (: .u.:

has been happily; said the wave of civilization there was something infinitely 'pathetic .: ', :ft'; 1C'.;.. j, .. ', Homeopathic and Patent Medicines, -

creeping westward, and climbing about- his, voice and mannerdid yer ever J .
'. higher and higher on the sides of the Sierra know any thin' so hard-yer knowed Jim, : Y ..;.r&JJ't. t 1.:._. Proprietary Dud Fancy Goods, WM. B. C. DURYEE.

Mad re. washes before it a scum of villainyand an' he thought a heap o' yer-an' that's '!; c.f .tf > .' JI" .

vileness. That means lawless by the why I can talk to yer about him. The Lord ,- 't,,. FINE TOILET ARTICLES, COMMISSION MERCHANT
standard of old communities seem needfulto never made a whiter man-with his great ?

suppress them is true. Without enteringinto big heart, an' so kind an' tender an' strong. ; ; ,).1. -O! '. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, 0
the ethics of the question, I would-simply And only think, Colonel-him to be killed ;.,,,, vV2 y : ,.
say that in the experience, not only of by that ungodly hound. It's the roughest '. IN GREAT 'VARIETY.y FERNANDINA, FLA-
myself, but of all the friends on the plains thing I ever see in all my life. Yer see, ._("'N ,
and: in the mountains with whom I have Colonel, I thought the world of my pard, .. Hay, Corn, Oats
talked, the wrong man has never yet been an' I ain't seemed to myself to be the same 3 Physicians' Prescriptions

Ivnched. man since he was killed. As for the man carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
W. K.
It must have been several months later thet shot him-well, I never hed but one reasonable prices.DR. BAUKNIGIIT.AGENT. .
than the events just described that I recievedin thought concernin' him after got the news. .

New York a letter from my friend the I won't never go back on the railroad bossesas Florida Lands.The WHOLESALE AND RETAIL '

doctor, from which I will make some ex- long as.I. live-they treated me white, BUTCHER:: AND STOCK DEALER,,
tracts : gave me leave of absence, an' said as howthey'd ANDDealer
By the remember that shoot- for As for the
way you keep my place me. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. in lee
ing affair at Antonito when your friend the boys, yer know what great big-hearted fellows -
engineer was killed. We ought to have had they are an' they couldn't do enoughfor PALMER BRO'S TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, +

J.iboriau or Bojsgobey to record the sequel. me. They took care of me, an' give me BROOM STREET "WHARF y+ ,
The boys didn't catch the runaway after all, money, an' clothes, an' a horse, an' everything Peninsular ; 19-tf FERNANDINA z
much to their disgust. The girl at Alamosa I needed. An' perhaps you didn't II II ,.j..j. d+- FLA.

!seemed dreadfully cut up and she made her know Bill that was fireman with Jim, an' iJ' R11'IA ITi LOUIS A. C. LANGE
father take her away. Meantime that pard loved him like a brother. Poor Bill was AND ,

of the engineer that behaved so pluckily in kinder low down before that hevin' his -+/-' : i : :tt- ,4 .-. TTPHOLSTERER.
the Santa Fe stage with us came up to find wife and children bad with mountain fever, U SADDLE AND HARNESS-MAKER,.
out about his friend's death, and I met him. an' his savings used up, but he come to me = ==1TropicalFlorilaRliLR01D
lIe was mightily changed, and as silent as with the tears runnin' down his cheeks an', Centre Street, near Depot; Foot of Centre Street,

possible. He saw the girl, and gave her sez he, Charley, I've got one good thing. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA
some; little souvenir out of P-'s effects, left, an' I'm a goin' to give it to yer. It's : COJPASIES FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

winch were handed over to him. Then my rifle, an' you know there ain't a better Furniture repaired in the best manner.
staying two or three days, he went around one in the country. I wish it was my call Hair Mattresses made to order at short .
the place making inquiries about the man to use it : but it ain't-it's yours, and it ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE ABSOLUTELY PURE[ notice. 36
that shot his pard. 1 was present when he won't go back on yer ; only, Charley, mind _
was questioning some of the boys, and I can yer shoot straight.' COUNTIES OF DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED JAMES JIcGIFFIN,

tell you that I would rather have a bloodhound "Well, Colonel, I said good-by to the boys
on my trail than a man of his force, an' lit out. I kinder thought I had a tough DRUGS AND CHEMICALS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,

with such a look as I saw in those black job before me but I didn't mind so long as ,
eyes of his. In a few weeks we began to I got on the feller's track. Yer see he ALAOHUAr; Alachua Street, between Second and Third.

hear about the doings of a new desperado knowed mighty well what he was about. Standard Patent Medicines, FERNANDINA
culled 'Sam the Hustler' who was runninga The way he got away from the boys thet PUTNAM FLA.

muck through the mining camps and on was chasin' him was by hevin' an order he'd ;rIY1ARIONr Orders and estimates from a distance carefully -

some of the ranches. No one could appre- forged on the raders' amps to give him a -I j Fancy TOILET ArticlesTjPERFUMERY attended to. 25-tf
hend him for some time, but at last they did mount, 'cause he was on railroad business. : : :
succeed in surprising him, and a sheriff and I got after him. an' I follered on. I didn'tmind ; O. S. OAKES '
his deputy brought him into Silver City life nor yit death, and I didn't feel

handcuffed. They left him in a room in hunger, nor cold, nor wet for I was kinder STJIMITIEIR AND C ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,

charge of a man with a shotgun, and went wild jist to catch up. I tell )'er, Colonel he I/UIiinys EXTRACTS
dinner. All of a sudden the villain raised was the deepest one yit. I lost the trail MANUFACTURES

his manacled hands, and struck the guard once, an' couldn't hear no more of Faro I3ERNANDOAT ; DOORS AND WINDOW
as dead as Julius Caesar A in #33* Especial and careful attention FRAMESOF
I darkey was Sam. I hunted round a long time, an' one paidto
the next room, and he made him knock off night I was sittin' in a saloon an' heard ..w PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by ALL SIZES.
the handcuffs. Then he waited until the some cowboys a-talkin' about the new PRICES FROM Post Office Box 174.
an experienced
sheriff and deputy came out, and shot them 'tough,* Sam the Rustler. Oneof'emaskedwhat Druggist. jan4 Fernandina, Fla
both with the shotgun and got their revolv- sort. of a-lookin' feller he was, an' SJMR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep

ers. In another minute he ran out into the when I heerd the answer it come to me over the store and will respond to all calls IP'W._ ANSLEY
street, forced the people he met into line, straight thet he was my man. The next $1.25 to $10 per Acre. at night
and covered them with his revolvers whilehe
week I chipped in with some vigilanteesthat 1
made a fellow bring a horse all saddled. was after a gang for stealin' mules. We ThQ

and then he jumped on his back and was off caught one feller, but the boys thought he C
unhurt! About two days later man came warn't in it, an' they let him go. I followed All these lands are in the central 1

into the town with an appointment to take him when he was a-leavin', and hed a talk peninsular portion of the State and &
the sheriff's and in two -
poor place, days jest outside the town. Young feller,' saysI.
more word came that he had met the 'Rustler' the boys has let yer off an' lain'[ a-goin' within fifteen miles of Railroads in .;1 I a

single-handed and put a bullet throughhim. back on 'em. All the same, I know yore in successful
operation, traversing a territory -
Sam's Now when
gang. yer see him, jest
"And now comes the strange part. of the ver say that ver met an old pard of Jim which is being more rapidly

storv. Sam the Rustler'and 4 Faro Sam'are P-*s_. n.n' the old\_\ ,nard.-_' wantwl'._n___ t.r__ moot...__.
one, and the newly-appointed sheriff is him-that's all.. settled and developed than any other South bide Centre St., near the Depot..
our friend the pi tick,' pard There is veh- rER
Yer see, Sam knowed me, an' he'd understand part of the State. ENDAIIS
detta and poetical justice for you. Now, what I meant. Well. I follered = ptA SQAVIHGURE FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE AND

only yesterday, a friend of mine came in him up, but I was took with fever down to The fertility of the soil and accessi MADE TO ORDER. r
from the South and told me the strangest Socorro an' when I
come round he'd killed
thing of all, which they managed to keep thet thar sheriff; an' then I allowed I'd get bility to the largest and best markets THE :MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY J33" All work warranted.

from the pard. That handsome girl was not sworn in, an' they give me the appointment t make these lands particularly desira- i discovered it -is' certain in' its ..
only at the bottom of the whole thing (they and welcome, but I allow he didn know it. sheets and does not blister. READ PROOF
found all this out from letters among the So I got on his trail in about two days, an'I rable for the cultivation of fruits and BELOW. DOW'SJAMAICA ;
dead ruffian's effects), but she had been kncwed he was comin'
up through a gulch, for
early For
vegetables shipment.
playing the men against; each other all an' I got behind a rock an' waited for him. GINGER CORDIALIS
through. She was deep in with Faro Sam It come on to rain fearful, and I was wet large and immediate profits there is Saved Him $1,800.00.

when when she the latter was encouraging Faro poor Pand through, thinkin' only how to keep my car no industry in Florida equal to the AD\MS. N. Y., January 30, 1882. NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT. I
had was killed thought he tridges dry. Then the sun come out, an' Dr. B. J. Kendall &: Co.: but contains all the medicinal properties -
him a overboard clear field and yet she was throwing pretty soon I heard horses' steps, an' he raising of early vegetables for Northern GENTS-Having used a good deal of your of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
too. She had written to him
in a which would have driven better come along. You know, Colonel, how he markets. Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I is very pleasant to take, and
mad a come up on my poor pard-you know how thought I would let you know what it has
man and done credit to the most ac- he didn't give him no show jest clean For new and descriptive circular done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,
.i coquette living. The man, murdered him. Well, I didn't have no call colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
strange to say, was desperately in love with to do that. I address COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC;. i
her fast come out. an' faced him, an'be When I was breaking him he kicked over
to the and
she had told him
she to, that knew me in a second, an' he drawedquicker'n OHAS. W. LEWIS, the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,
was going miner who had
marry a a wink, but I saw his face change, hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
made a tremendous strike at Leadville. I an', Colonel, I knowed sartan Land Commissioner PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels'
I hear she has married him and jest as as ware e farriers. but they all said he was spoiled.He I

going East. I will give you, the odds they you are sittin'miss here him.that he'd An' miss so it me an' It Iwouldn't Fernandina, Fla., used had a bottles very !large thorough-pin, and I and MALARIA, by warming and stimulating +
was. two of
will see her yellow hair and blue the your Kendall's Spavin the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
eyes on was a close call for: me, but the old rifle carried Or Ocala, Florida. 38 Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and action. Sold
avenue at Newport next Well all by
summer. ,
j I can is true., But only think, Colonel, of the he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have PALMER BRO'S
QucllefemmerQudlefemme ,
difference between the life of this ungodly used it for bone spavins and wind-galls andit
indeed, I thought, I laid Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.
rough and my pard, thet knowed has cured
the poor you : always completely and left the
letter down. Dr. Holmes must have an1 he Jiavin' so big a heart, an' "_ lr leg smooth.It &&-Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA

E i s about had a prophetic. vision" of her when he wrote For the first time he passed his sleeve ,' .' t;ra "'" is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made

i, "A card terrible for facts., sir." over his eyes. In a minute he went on '--. .' I have recommended it to a good many, and without peppei. 22

\ 1 took it. von again. they all say it does the work. I was in With-
jumped from Charles chair W and-went, I into read.the I I knowed, Colonel, an' the boys knowed erington Kneeland's drug store,in Adams, PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor
my thet you thought a sight of my pard, so I've the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou for improvements in old
reception room of the club. There stood
the man whom I had met with his in brought yen a little gold. nugget that we sent them. I tried to buy it, but could ones. Caveats, Infringements, Trade-Mark
ling on the Santa Fe road. He arm a found among his things. We allowed yer'dorter not; they said if I would write to you that and all patent business promptly attendedto.
responded have a little keepsake of him-and I you would send me one. I wish you would, INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN-
gravely to
putting his my hat greeting down and, and took a chair, come here to tell yer about what lied hap- and I will do you all the good I can. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
all his
movements with marked and pened, and to bring yer this. The boys .. Very respectfully E. S. LYMAN. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent --
liberation. a curious de- sends yen their respects, an' hopes yer'll 1 Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS --
He declined a cigar, and then I come out an' see 'em again. An' now I EXCLUSIVELY we can
first he some looked minutes for him to speak. At must go. Xo, thank yer, Colonel, I can't :...,. ...,. Kendall's Spavin Cure.ON in less time than those who are remote-
he turned straight in front of him, but stay. I'm a-going to see Jim's old father ..1-, ,.. from Washington.When .
toward me before beginning. He an' a tough it An' then I don't !; .
spoke is. know HUMAN FLE8II. Inventors send, model or sketch..
Between slowly throughout, pausing at first where I'll go-bein'" yer see, kinder broke we make search in the Patent Office. and;
his but afterward delivering up since my has passed in his checks. VEVAY, IND., August 12, 1881. advise as to its patentability free of charge-
them Yard '.,
continuously. Very curiously, Well, -by." .t; Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: Correspondence confidential fees
too, as a sort of subdued emotion gained ... GENTS-Sample of circulars received today ; reasonable -
We had come out to the steps. He lookedme ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT-
upon him, he fell into an extreme Western in the face, gave me a grip of the hand, .> .., Please send me some with my imprint, ENT IS OBTAINED.We .
not at all habitual to him in times and printed on one side only. The Kendall's
walked down the It .
)last, avenue. was a refer by permission to the City P *r-
My interest and sympathy were riveted beautiful afternoon, and a gay crowd filled ... Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, master, and to the Superintendent of the
from the first, and increased as he went the sidewalk. Between lovely girls and '- "'-" '" ';',i iif.* and not only for animals but for human Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
..to I ,an' almost painful extent. "golden youth," between dignified old gentlemen .. ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the ington. For special references, circular,ser-
dust arrived from New Mexico leading farmers in
and our county, sprained an
hurrying friend vice terms etc. addressC.
Colorado messengers my ; ,
1" ,1i.t 1'
Colonel ; ankle
said he.U The railroad strode never badly, and knowing the value of the
on, once turning his head. I A. SNOW & CO.
people gave me your address:!, and I was saw more than one person look after him, .;: :; i t} rt : remedy for horses,tried it on himself and it Opp.Patent Office. Washington. D.O., t?

\ to find you. Perhaps you don't know"hat and smile at the rough clothes and the large I >;.:," ,.;- <.", !;:,:;... ..- did far better than he had expected;i cured !

1 hard times I have been through since sombrero. Then he turned the corner.I ."C',. ..,., )(., ." ., the sprain in very short order.
when saw you. I know you was at Antonito have never seen him again, but I wear ". -'(; /.', Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price McCartney Hedge Rose Plants. + -
was my poOr pard passed |in his checks. I habitually on my watch-chain the little 4" .\ ,. ,r.,:'?':' $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All T HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDA-GROWN ;
that, at Alburquerque a day before nugget-a souvenir of as brave men as ever ; .,: 'V.: -- druggists have it or can get it for yon, or it JL Plants for sale at this place. Price $2.50-
and somehow I got to thinkin' about lived the Two Pards. ., will 100 $20.00 1000. V
JI -Bdgravia. .:. be sent to any address on receipt of per ; per
"ight U-got kinder oneasy about him, as yer ':"j' price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KENDALL ALSO, UMBRELLA TREES.
anu say. I couldn't get him off my mind, Shingles & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
when l went to bed I lay awake a long All kinds at ,:'I Send for Illustrated Circular. )f. O'NEILL.
while thinkin' Fairbanks, Florida Transit R. R.
about himan'when I fell ,' ,
3S-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co's. "
Sold all Refer to C.
',' by Druggists. D. Furman, Fairbanks, Fla.L .

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""ii;: ftit: r THE FLORIDA MIRUOR : OCTOBER '20.M .

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THE FLOl IDA MIIUIOK.SATURDAY publicans to accept the defeat in Ohio as EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.A day, it i is said, a considerable number of Post-Office Notice.

> settling the Presidential question, it closesits them openly voted the Democratic ticket. Hours
Office -From 8:00
A. M. to 7:00 P. M.
: 'r.I I I article with the admission that The sit PROSPEROUS CITY-MANUFACTURES-A MODEL They are free citizens, why should they not Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
.' OCTOBER 20, 1883. vote as they choose? Money Orders and Registered Letters
.s.sP (' from
in York is
uation New at infinitelyworse
P.M.; and from 2:00 P. M
J than in Ohio." FOR ATTORNEY- to 4:00 .
j Certainly, present appearancesthe
CANAL PROJECTS. the quarter ending September, 188.1, AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
j : Our esteemed but over-sanguine contemporary chance of the Republicans regainingNew PECTS, ETC., ETC. the following business has been transactedat Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday)

I York is a very slim one indeed. The WATERTOWN, N. Y. October 6, 1883. the United States Land Office in this Arrives................ 5:50: p. M. and 6:05 p. \1.
,j- the Times-Union, very adroitly shifts city, Closes.................... 7:30 A. M. and 9:30 A.
;r ', its ground from a defence of the estimates New York City Democracy have harmonized The region of Northern New York is seen viz.: Transit & Peninsular Railroad- M.

,.' ,f" ., of the ship canal, of which its editor is a and will work harmoniously together.The at its best in October. The green meadowsand Whole number of cash entries made 792, Arrives...................................... 5:50: p. M.

i director, to an elaborate criticism of the Democratic candidates for the State ripening corn give a charm which must comprising an area of 103318.24 acres, and Closes ...................................._... 7:30: A. M.
t offices all good and will receive of commuted homesteads 3,364.57 acres ; Jacksonville South and West
: .1' ,ft barge canal project. This we have no objection are men, be in great contrast to its winter aspect. Florida-

.. p ii that the the full Democratic vote, while the Repub- One might well wonder, then, how so beau number of acres purchased under act of Arrives.................. 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. M. 1
; T1k to. We entirely agree barge June 15, 1880, 10408.75 acres; preemptions Closes................... 9:30 A. M. and 5:30: p. M.
lican divisions have increased and become
canal, its cost, contemplated benefits and tiful and well-built a city as Watertown perfected, at $1.25 acre, 2,368.71 Arrives Sunday...... 10:25: A. M.

': :, :" J; advantages, are a legitimate subject of criti- more widely divergent. Governor Clevelandhas could have grown up in such a severe cli- emptions at $2.50 per per acre, 280.65 acres;;pre-excess Closes Sunday....... 4:00: p. M.

'" "k", "i cism. made a good Governor, as all admit, and mate, and why so many costly residenceswere on homesteads, 197.81 acres ; number of St. Mary's and King's Ferry Jail-

: I has strengthened the claim of his party to erected. The streets of this beautiful Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M.
The Times-Union however is homestead
entirely entries 618
.' area 76,901.38 acres ; Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M.
;: i ..r mistaken in assuming that the Mirror has public, confidence. city present evidences of wealth and pros- final proof 130, area 14,611.70 acres ; timber St Mary's and Dungenus-

4 ., ; r. any desire "to pick a quarrel" with it in reference = perity, adorned with taste and elegance. The culture entries 2, area 320 acres ; military Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M.

'r,: I' '"j It l ,l to the Florida Ship Canal. THERE evinced great disposition among secret of its success, growth and popularitylies boundary land warrants local, 4, area 520 "" Tuesdays and Fridays at2:30P.M.

; Democrats to assume that last Tuesday's in the of its acres; preemption declarations, 126 ; home- Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A. M.
; We have subjected the estimates given tot Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
elections in Ohio settled beyond all perad- industries. Its manufactories of stead declarations, 4 ; whole receipts of the Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30: p. .
: .. :. "iJ: fi the public under the sanction of General paper machinery M
venture the Presidential question, and thereis office for the quarter, $157,284.33.-Gainea- SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.Absolutely .
t ; Stone, to an analysis and comparison with wagons, carriages, steam engines,
an almost equally great disposition on the ville Bee.SHERMAN. -
i ,) b. the estimates of General Gillmore, a much part of Republicans to accept that very extraordinary sewing machines, etc.. employ a large popu-

i,: ';--,,: more eminent and experienced engineer assumption. The truth is that lation in profitable induries. The Domestic NOT GRANT, THE.REAL

';., t than General Stone, whose long residence there were so many exceptional circum- Sewing Machine Company, the Watertown HERO.

.' _.,,''"{ in Egypt, in a purely military capacity, can stances influencing the Ohio contest of this Wagon Company. Babcock's Carriage Works, The official order relieving General Sher-

!, :i" hardly be fairly considered to have made year as to deprive the result of it of all in- and the Hitchcock Lamp Company, send man from the command of the army on
November prior to his retirement from
f him an authority on such subjects. When dicative bearing upon next )'ear's contest. their manufactures all over the world. The ,
But it is not Ohio that should active service, has been issued. The military
g the report was made that a tide-water canal Republicans Hitchcock Lamp is a unique and pre-
", consider as decisive of the Presidential cam record of General Sherman forms a part of 'a i.wuoy,,
_' ; 1t': could be constructed across the peninsula of eminently successful invention for obtain- the most brilliant history of the .
country.His ROYALoWo7a
paign, for it is not, and it might go next year
Florida, through an elevation of 150 feet ing the utmost illuminating power in domestic official position during the war of the ,
J precise as it went this year if the Republicans ,
.i t ; above tide-water, with a known rock foun- lamps without the use of chimneys, the rebellion was a subordinate one, but among ,
should hold all the other States they

E 1 dation, at an expenditure of fourteen cents carried in 1380. Indeed, they might lose constant breakage, and constant consump- military critics of wisest judgment he occu- ; .0 i

'3 per cubic yard, and we compared it with one or two of the smaller ones with Ohio, tion of oil, which is so great an annoyancein pied no secondary place. On the army ros- s

t' General Gillmore's estimate that excavationfor and still elect their candidate for President.The the ordinary lamp. The Hithcock Lamp, ter he was not first, but in the great deeds

Er a surface canal, where earth alone would State they need to carry in 1884 in orderto by means of powerful clock-work in its he performed it is contended that no one .

': ri. have to be encountered, would cost nearly continue their control of the National ; base, propels a steady stream of air throughthe preceded him. General Sherman displayedin
4:> the daily exigencies of war all the quali-
'j ''" twice as much, we did very seriously doubt, Government is New York. The electoral flame and gives a steady, intense white
. ties of a great soldier; he did not lack even
i I ;as every man of ordinary judgment must .. vote of that State will determine whether a light, most agreeable to the eye, and with He had the
not to
1 Republican or a Democrat is to be the next success. only courage ,
,.; t .. ; ; doubt, the correctness of such mere preliminary great illuminating capacity. They are madeof fight-he had the genius to conceive, the
Chief Magistrate of the country, and insteadof
? survey estimates. : nickel-plated metal throughout, and are skill to execute what he had conceived. He
giving up the Presidency because Ohio 4KIJ4GPOWDER
;f. rY 1 a ey-tl The Times-Union must, therefore, see that has been captured by the Democrats a year entirely safe and inexplosive. I am informed could do much more than crush a small

: '; the name of General Stone will not of itself prior to the Presidential election, they that they are going into very general use, i force by hurling a large one upon it. He

. d: ; w# enable stone or rock to be removed at any should be taking a bond of fate against the and having used them for several years with could win battles without sacrificing as many

{ r, k such cost as fourteen or sixteen cents per cubic Democrats carrying New York in 1884. A great satisfaction, I am not surprised at their men as were opposed to him in them. He

' : t ." very much more important matter than the growing popularty.! did not overcome the enemy merely by the '

, "',,. prol ject ; we would be glad to see it constructed, Ohio defeat to the Republican party is the.. I had the pleasure of meeting socially,"in brute force of numbers and disregard of the
I j lives of his men, but by shrewd, far-reaching,
;: but we do not believe its construction is to peace that is being patched up in New York one of the pleasant and elegant homes of
, between the rival distinctive strategy. When General Sher- Pure.
;' be furthered City political organiza- this the reform Governor of
: ,- by illusory, unscientific, mere city, present
, : in accordance with his
-i tions of the Democrats. That would be a mon,acting own con-
:,,1, ,> <<; conjectural estimates. We do not believe New York, the Governor who received the ceived and
plans having gained permission
,j. serious matter under any circumstances, but POWDER never varies. A marvel
i : that a tide-water canal can be built for forty- it becomes particularly so when the Repub- unprecedented majority of 200,000Gov after many rebuffs, to execute them, startedon THIS purity, strength and wholesomeness.More .
,',: i ;' six millions of dollars, or double that sum, ernor Cleveland. Robust in stature, solid in his memorable march to the sea, burninghis economical than the ordinary kinds,
'It' licans, not only in the city, but throughoutthe and cannot be sold in competition with the
>'1 '. and we base our belief upon the estimates of whole State are at war and refuse to be proportions, he is every inch a Governor; bridges behind him, he took the step multitude of low test, short weight, alum or

:.a .t '.. General Gillmore, and upon the usual prices reconciled. If they were cordially united, and any one looking at his firm-set features, which ended the war and gave the extin- phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.

;' ::', :,. ..' paid for excavating earth, hard pan and as the Democrats are certain to be'on elec- clear eye and strong pose, would realize at guishing blow to the cause of the Southern 38 ROYAL BAKING 106 Wall Street POWDER, New CO.York.,
When he sent Christmas
;.).:1 e,. solid rock. To say that nine cubic feet of tion day, they might look forward to successin once that he was a man who would, under Confederacy. as a
J '. present to the nation the city of Savannah,
'' ,., "; rock can be excavated andd..removed from New York with reasonable confidence ; all circumstances, act upon his own convic- AN ORDINANCETo
the of the rebellion had
collapse really come.
:j .; the bed of a canal in places of 150 feet deep, but what reason have they for hope when tions of right and duty. I believe he has All the Confederate army that was of real Provide a Fire Department for the City of
formidable elements of defeat
the most
pia::.,., j and averaging, probably, at least over half are maintained among the people the good opin- force was between Sherman and Grant, Fernandina.
within their own ranks in the shape of
,' )j' that depth, is to state a proposition which is ; sonal and factional dissensions. The situa-per- ion of all who are not swayed by party pre- which is to say, flanked by two great fires IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR\

;'\ l absurd on its face. I judice. It was a graceful and noticeable rapidly closing in and down upon it. After BE Council of the City of Fernandina :
tion in New York is at present infinitelyworse
That Fire shall
k\:; Now as to the cost of a barge canal. The i thing to observe, in the ranks of the citizen the success of the march to the sea was as- SECTION 1. a Department
than in Ohio.-Philadelphia Inquirer, be organized by the Council for the City of
\i.; : i' Times-Union assumes that it will cost three October 15th.RAISING. corps which recived him the fine and soldierly sured, all the rest followed as a natural Fernandina, and shall consist of as much

t j million and a half dollars between :Mobile form of the Republican member of sequence. Richmond was but an echo from force and such officers as the Council shall
Columbia and Savannah and it was the specify. There shall be one Chief and a
r : bay and the Mississippi. We should suppose MONEY TO BUY COL- Congress of this District-and equally so to First and Second Assistant to be elected by

? that the intelligent Times-Union must be S ORED VOTES. observe the veteran editor of the Times (the genius of Sherman that conceived that great the Council and to hold office for the term

The Republican City Committee of Phila- military enterprise, the greatest in concep- of one year, or until their successors are
aware that there is now an inland leading Republican paper of this section),
open pas tion and results of any that distinguished a elected ; said officers: to- be elected at the
.: sage from Mobile to Lake Ponchartrain. delphia have addressed a letter to leading Mr. Brock way, in social conversation with war full of great conceptions and results. first regular meeting of Council in each

P within three miles of the Mississippi river at Republicans and office-holders, asking for the Democratic Governor. These things On the eve of his retirement his countrymen year.SEC. 2. The Fire Department shall be under -

.i! New Orleans ; so that the cost of that con- money to pay the poll-tax of 55,000 votes in show that the asperities of party strife are should remember what he wrought for them. the control of the City Council and the

., nection must be a mere trifle. There is also Philadelphia. It is said by them that they disappearing, and that strong political oppo- Philadelphia Inquirer. Council shall have general superintendenceof

i. t 4Y, now an open inland protected water-way have hitherto paid that number of tax cer- nents can meet each other as gentlemen\ ment.all property belonging to said Depart-

':.: ,! 3 between Apalachicola and St. Marks and the tificates, that is the poll-tax, of half a dollar should in social life. The Times is a remarkably Grand Jury Presentments. SEC. 3. The Chief Engineer shall have su-

. I head which the State of Penns'lvaniarequires FERNANDINA, FLA., October 18,1883.To preme command of the Fire Department at
mouth of the Aucilla per and has I
which will dispose of good paper, always opposed, all fires; and in his absence the assistants: in
Circuit Court Nassau
the for
p the two million estimate, thus reducing the to be paid by all persons over twen- believe, the rings and bossism of its party. the order named.

.f, Times-Union estimate five millions. ty-two years of age. The total number of All honor to it. County: SEC. 4. That it shall not be lawful for an
to : it. In concluding our labors as Grand Jurors organization of firemen to have anything:; to
1 j We have left then a possible cost of fifteen votes cast for the Republican ticket in the Among others whom I had the pleasureof for the fall term of 1883, of the Circuit, Court do, or be connected, with the Fire Department
lj '" city of Philadelphia was 97,239. The com- of the of Fernandina without the
i millions for the whole distance between the meeting, there was the Democratic nom- for Nassau County, we beg leave to presentthis City

C ; Mississippi river and the Atlantic mittee claim that they paid the poll-tax of inee for the of New final consent of Council.SEC. .
: : compared Attorney-Generalship our presentment: 5. No apparatus belonging to the department -

;4" with the indefinite expenditure of over fifty 55,000 of these voters, who were too poor to York, Dennis O'Brien, Esq., a popular, able We find the Clerk's books properly bal- shall be assigned to any privateuse

ff millions which pay their own pitiful poll-tax of 50 cents, or anced to October 1st, and agreeing with the without the written consent of the Chief
; a tide-water canal would and gifted lawyer of this city, who, by his and the approval of the chairman of the
rn who did not value the privilege of voting County Treasurer's. The financial state of .
-cost. industry, ability and diligence in his profes- Committee on Fire Department.SEC.
We enough to pay it themselves, and were hiredto affairs is very gratifying, scrip being at about 6. The different companies shall
are prepared to controvert the other sion, has attained a deserved eminence.
officers and their
r statements of the Times-Uriioii as to the use vote at fifty cents per head. With no advantages of birth or fortune, he par.The choose own internal their own affairs. manage

; t of the. different sections of the canal, and to And moreover, the committee assert thatit has made his mark as a lawyer and states- jail we find in a very satisfactory con- SEC. 7. That in case of any disagreement
dition hut to call attention to the dan-
in the beg between a fire company and the Chief or
expended buying votes
show that from actual experiment on the was man, and will undoubtedly be elected by a
ger of fire from a stove-pipe that is in too other officer of the Department, the same
1 '; Northern lakes and the opinion of compe- of colored men. They say the result in 18 large majority. close proximity to the wood-work in the shall, after the emergency, be referred to the
divisions of Council who shall decide the matter in con-
election colored -
composed mainly ,
tent men engaged in the trade, it is perfectly There seems to be no apprehension felt kitchen. .

f S feasible now to tow barges safely from New people, was as follows : Total vote for now of the result of the elections in the The county roads are in rather a bad con- troversy.SEC.. 8. That the Chief Engineer shall have

,, Orleans or Mobile to St. Marks or Cedar Key. Garfield, 3,778; Hancock, 1,010 ; Garfield's Empire State. The factions in New York dition throughout the county,as near as can power to suspend at any time any memberof

majority, 2,768" which the committee claim be ascertained from parties who travel over the Fire Department or any company for
i I The Times- Union has doubtless satisfied have harmonized. The State ticket is con- any act calculated to cause a disturbance or

g itself that it had rather have a ship canal, was mainly obtained by paying the polltaxof sidered a good one,and the Democratic party, them especially the road over the marsh i bring disgrace upon the Department, until
the colored people. and the county draw-bridge, which needs such time as he can bring the case before
;: but it has not satisfied the public that any having learned wisdom by its past defeats, is Council for .
r'L' According to the committee the ninety- immediate attention ; also the crossings over investigation.SEC.
tide-water ship canal can be built for forty- now wiser than to repeat the errors of the 9. All repairs to apparatus shall be
seven thousand two hundred and thirty the railroad on Amelia Island. done under the direction of the Committeeon
j' six millions of dollars, and we have no expectancy past. In fact, the demand of the people far
votes of the city of Philadelphia are composedof The school-houses, as as we can ascer- Fire Department.SEC. .
; that it will be undertaken under here as with us, is for good government, to tain, are in good order. 10. Any company desiring to join the

4 ;y t any such survey, or any such estimates as forty-two thousand two hundred and be attained through the election of good We would beg the city of Fernandina to Fire Department shall apply in writing,
i thirty citizens who are able to pay fifty through its proper officers to Council, stat-
have been so far made. .men to office. F. pay a little more attention to its drainage ing the number of members, its officers, etc.;
cents for the privilege of voting and of fifty-
the rains within the be indorsed by the Chair-
; .L\'ous rerrons. system, as heavy past such application to
five thousand paupers (mainly colored men) THE NEGRO VOTERS AT THE few days have caused several quite large man of the Committee on Fire Department.SEC. .

; THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION who cannot pay fifty cents poll-tax ; or, if NORTH. bodies of water to accumulate within the 11. Each company shall adopt some
when duty,
a I uniform or badge to be worn on
,/ GIVEN UP. we assume that one-half of the forty-two Northern Republicans express much sur- city limits, which, if some provision is not which uniform or badge shall be reported to

; l The condition of the Republican mind thousand own real estate, it would make its prise at the stand taken by the colored vot- made to carry it off promptly, may cause and approved bv Council. The Council shall

t!' : the defeat in vote constitute three-fourths of those in of the Northern cities. They considerable sickness to the inhabitants of also adopt a uniform or badge to be worn
11 consequent on Republican pauper ers many by the Chief and Assistants when on duty.

r ', i' r i' Ohio, is well portrayed in the extract weS who pay polltax.We claim that the negro has no right to vote the said City of Fernandina.We SEC. 12. The Chief shall, with the approvalof
the in other than the Republican ticket, and extend thanks to the State Solicitorand Council make such further rules and regulations -
to voters
;. give from the columns of the Philadelphia suggest respectable any
r of the -
Honorable Court for their attention and for the government department
Florida this spectacle of pauperizing the col-
claim to mort-
.' gravely base their a perpetual
.- I' Inquirer. ored men of the Northern cities, and claim- assistance. as he may deem necessary.
It" The Inquirer lays down the proposition ing their votes by the Republican leaders on gage upon him upon the alleged fact that I FRED W. HOYT, Foreman. Passed first reading October 3, 188.3.
i i payment of fifty cents a head, as a lamentable they emancipated him. To pay off this supposititious Attest Passed second'reading October 17,1883.
i I-,. that it is not Ohio that Republicans should : Passed third reading October 17, 1883, and
I'i, spectacle of the meanness and greed of debt the negro has voted and toiled E. P. NOYES, Clerk.
: consider as decisive of the Presidential campaign their pretended friends, who seem to have apolitical adopted.
lo, these nearly twenty years, without recog- FRED W. HOYT
if! but New York that the electoral vote but no other, use for them.
; Legion of Honor. Council.
emolument to his President of
The colored people of the North, or as nition, or office, or give
I of that State will determine whether a Republican Ponce de Leon Council No. 922 A. L. of Attest:
ir, they now prefer to be called the negro race masters the sweets of office, and the pay ,
,1 understand H. meets the second and fourth Friday W. P. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.
or Democrat is to be the next chief at the North, are beginning to thereof. Now the negro has begun to say, ,
the slavery to which they have been nights in every month, at 8 o'clock. Approved:
t! : of the and then whileit party be the slaves of this SUHRER,
magistrate country ; subjected, and to resent this control over Why should we party THEO. STARBUCK: Commander.W. F. C. .

combats the disposition on the part of Re- their votes and independence of thought. aud of these men ? In Cincinnati the other J. WOODWARD, Secretary. 47, ,' Acting Iayor.i'

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the sea-level. This School,under the '.
special patronage of the Bishops of the Protestant :", :,' "
Episcopal Church in the South and t Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near '.*.' ;,;ry"., ::.,.- -
Southwest offers the healthiest residence Steamboat Landing, New Fall Goods Now
,;' -,. *' Opening
I and the best advantages, both moral and FERNANDINA FLORIDA. ; ?'*,'?:' ,*" X "

- Collegiate educational and in its Theological Grammar School Departments and its Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. ...;1':<,.,".-;.;;-,. ,,-'._..'..-,.' ..... .,. ,,'.t,,I..,'.,. ,

.1 For the special claims of this University for Evans. Special rates for Merchandise i in ,::.',,I. ,"' .;..... ; :/jr.. .AND RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER. ,'
apply for documents to the large quantities. .
. patronage ;u ':,' '. .. '
REV. TELFAIR HODGSON. Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa > r 1\ Novelties in Silks
Vice-Chancellor, nv's CHAMPION BARBED "WIRE-the ;. .' %! '.,,' ,
37-4t Sewanee, Tenn. best in the world. ." ,. ..,' ,.. ':' ;'. Dress .
Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED '. Goods, Velveteens,
PLOWS. :, 'ff.

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. VILLE.Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON 33 < "'' Cashmeres Prints,

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G. H. HTJOT Cambrics etc. etc.
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Second Street, = C ," :.. :'. r OF ALL GRADES.
.'- 1& Special atttention is called .
vie FERNANDINA, FLA. Fet- G en Plnthinn
U1w to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of SIDe UlUlllinJ,
Family Supplies
FERNANDINA elegant cut and manufacture.

H p Florida Lands. Gents' Furnishing Goods
HEAVY GROCERIES, all the new styles.
{[STEAM'] [SAW ] {[MILL.:]} 3pi

_, _, .__, A full line or '
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Hay and Grain, GOo AT LOW PRICES. L a d.les an d G ens Underwear,

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H ; -SHIP STORES-- J JB-We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New
AS constantly on handLumber '
H fc 3 York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.

;at- by Cargoes.Office Furniture, PGO-

,, !Tropical, Florida J. & T. KYDZ
on Second. Street.. .I' vie Stoves, S tFERNANDINA7

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Grocers Grain Dealers ?- --L these lands are in the central -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS:
peninsular portion of the State and
AND WILL. leave Fernandina for Savannah within fifteen miles of Railroads in CARONDELET, 1,i08 TONS. .

; General. Merchants Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- successful operation, traversing a territory 'VESTERN TEXAS, 1,31O TONS.
day mornings arriving at the latter place
the same evenings. which is being more rapidly

l Returning will leave Savannah for Fer- settled and developed than any other ONLY. DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
nandina on Monday. Wednsday and Fri-
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, I day, at 8 a. m. part of the State.

II Deck Pass without Meals, $3.00 The fertility of the soil and accessi- ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEUNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
I THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
I i Cabin 4.00 bility to the largest and best markets sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. .
Excursion, "
7.00 make these lands particularly desira- This Line, having;' no Transfers between Fernandina and New
Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
FLOUR, GRITS AND MEAL, Boston, and Baltimore. rabIe for the cultivation of fruits and FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
For tickets and state-rooms, apply at the early vegetables for shipment. For The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
A. MERCIER, large and immediate profits there is connections at FERXANDIXA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.FURNITURE General Passenger Agent.J. ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
in Florida
N. HARRIMAN, Manager. no industry equal to the JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
raising. of early vegetables for Northern RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
REAL ESTATE. ::markets. for LAKE WEIR.
E- For new and descriptive circular, THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

TIlE FLORIDA address freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

Crockery, Hardware, Tinware, l'O'VN IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY. Land Commissioner FERNANDINA FLORIDA.C. .
Fcrnamliiia. ; Fernandina, Fla., Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

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: rial who will
: enterprises, erect on the prop- t '

: ; .$/. ;. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor ..;,; '*'".:"f.'*-,...:f, ',''<,."4-r:. ,_ :.. PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .

: .:.. .::,' : residence, or in which to conduct their L:- :: -:; ':,s ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
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For beds pillows and Fibre mattresses, superior towns. Apply to CHAS. W. LEWIS.. .. :;, 4lh ';,: NEW GOODS Received y Every Steamer.

10 anything else in use. For sale by Fernandina. >.:' >,. ;, -, -
June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. Office,cor.Bell&7th sts. ,, : ..::. :. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, FLA.. '. i
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11, ;;:; '.. :J" .. .. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : OCTOBERI'1 'lO. : t -

w. i! '.
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.' "r( ''l' SORGHUM SUGAR stop every pore in the leather. There i another to be permitted to go back to continue his Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schooh-J.C.Rarasey,\ew

., 6 .., advantage for those who are natty in explorations. in October. Troy
k1t' J The present season will set at rest the "
: such matters ; the boots will soon take a
; I '' question of our domestic supply of FOURTH CIRCUIT County Treasurer-J. N. Peacock, New
) "
1' T'. : ; good (common blacking) polish-so muchso STATE ELECTIONS IN NOVEMBER. 'Spring Term Troy. .
made from One in Reno
yc sorghum. factory
t c 1 !V! 'it, :! ; county, Kansas, will make 9,000 barrels of his, that ordinary a man walking may, if boots he likes for ,bad waterproof weather The State elections yet to occur this year St. John's, 2d Tuesday March. Collects of Ret'enue-XewtOll Sapp, New
I be held November G. The Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Troy.
: >; refined sugar, and 7,000.b rrels of syrup will on Tuesday
C.; y,+ r ;', .. ., and the greatest part of it is already mado.II common without spoiling walking their boot appearance.of ordinary thickness With a complete list is as follows : Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. ', Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley. New Troy.

{, ',' ,.::; The manufacture is so profitable that capitalists 1 all Connecticut will elect one-half its Senate Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. LEON COUNTY.
the oil the sole. I bootsso
t apply over wear '
fJt1f: tt'F I f are attracted to the business, and as treated thick woolen and its full House of Representatives. 'I Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April.: CnitTltyJudge-WI,1. P. Byrd, Tallahassee

'{i :; ); :. there is plenty of room for it and plenty of socks, for from, shooting eight to, over twelve hours 'a dayor Maryland-will elect Governor, Controller, Dtival, 1st Tuesday in May. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee.:
.. for investment, it and Legislature. Fall Term- Clerk-C. A. Bryan Tallahassee.
r ; capital waiting profitable Attorney-General ,
? more, without feeling'the inconvenience
: slightest -
.y,' !', ; ;. will be only a very few years before farmers in any way.; but they have the Massachusetts will elect Governor Lieu- St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Superintendent if Schools-Henry N Felkel
pj"' ;; I' :: j will have this new business of raising cane chilly feel that are inseparable from all tenant-Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer 4th Tuesday in September. Tallahassee.
'.J';: I' 1 in their own hands. Fortunately sorghum boots that are oiled in any wav.. -,London Attorney-General, Auditor and Legisla Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-.1. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
f,.k t. ',: ';". I, ; can be grown as easily as corn, and mucheasier ture.Minnesota Baker,.2d Tuesday in October. '. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-
.':{! .. : : r than roots, the hand-hoeing needed Field.A will elect Governor, Lieuten- Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. hassee.
to r.i'r for the root crop alone being as costly as the CHANCE FOR DYSPEPTICS. ant-Governor, Secretary of State Treasurer, Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. -
f-1)l ,; whole culture of the sorghum. Sorghum is Attorney-General and Railroad Commis- CIRCUIT. .
t'r,;):' also one of the best fodder p either green Now is the dyspeptic's time to live well. sioner, and, vote upon three proposed amend- Spring Term- LEVY COUNTY.lorrntyJudgeJno.F.llcDonellBronson..
,c." : .? or dry, so that farmers can grow it while Let him eat only fruit for breakfast, and ments to the Constitution of the State, which Sumter, 3d Monday in March.

"'w'e' .', h' ,}, they areforningconbinationstosecnrethe peaches with their jackets on. The peach- provide ((1)) that the general elections shall Marion, 4th Monday in March. Clerk-J.. Barco, Bronson. .

f',r I 5, desired factory. It will be no loss, therefore, skin has some quality that is highly useful, be held hereafter in November in each year; Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Sheriff ). S. Parker, Bronson.
I : p..4 to them to grow a 'few acres of sorghum, if in acrid dyspepsia especially. Watermelon ((2)) that the Secretary of State the Treasurer March. Assessor of Taxes-Louis

.f-. ." ,'I I "'. they have to use the crop for fodder, for the and canteloup eaten with other things may, and the Attorney-General shall serve Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Collector of Revenue-J. Appell In Gore, Bronson.Cedar
,.''V it:. seed is worth more than a crop of oats, and.t.lt disagree with the dyspeptic. Try eating two years and the State Auditor four years, March. Key.

. .' 'tf. the stalks are more valuable. than those? of them alone. Especially begin the meal with and ((3)) fix the terms of service of the Judges Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Superintendejit of Schools-J.. B. Menden-
hr', i .r. fll corn. Sorghum seed IS a highly nutritious them. If you are very hungry, yet too and the Clerk of the Supreme Court, and of March.: hall, Bronson.
::;ft : k: i and healthful feed for horses, cattle sheep weary to eat, nibble at a pear or peach and the Judges of the District Court of the State. Fall Term-
; ; and i and when ground into meal and wait. Fresh fruit has a tonic quality. The its stature. COUNTY.
11,1 pigs ; Mississippi will elect Len Sumter, 1st Monday in October. County Judge-H. M. {
Witherspoon Madi
;t'l'+c r '., : I f.f.j.t. bolted is equal to buckwheat for flour for stomach will respond, and either you will Nebraska will elect a Justice of its Su Marion, 3d Monday in October. son. ,

:-.J.:. ". : : domestic use, and makes excellent cakes. find yourself refreshed without needing anything preme Court. and Regents of the State Uni- Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Sheriff S. M. Hankins Madison.
: t, \. is therefore to more (most likely), or you can i indulge ,
t. :'if Sorghum a very good crop versity. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Clerk-John. Beggs, Madison
and it is more than probable it will in hearty meal. We underrate the New will elect Governor of
: .t : grow, Jersey part Alachua, Monday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of 8chooZs-E. S. .
; Tyner
? .: H ::, very soon.be exceedingly popular and prevalent nutriment conveyed in fruit. A;:fatigued or its Senate, and its full House of Representa November. Madison.

.' ..)! 'j. ", ii i fj\j for before all 'utir wants calf be supplied irritated digestive tract will get i/iore benefit ti ves. r SEVENTH CIRCUIT. '. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith Madison.
.''M". ;' ; more than 2 000,000 barrels of sugar from a slice of melon or an unbared): peachor New York will elect Secretary of State, Spring Term- Collector of Revenue-M. H. ,
}'f't.; ; ,' '. .. :' ''z; :- will have to be manufactured every year.. pear" than from a quantity "heartymeal Controller.Treasurer, Attorney-General, En- Orange, 4th Monday in January. ison. -
of heavy food that it cannot
.1' (11 manage. gineer and Surveyor, and both branches of Volusia 3d in
Monday February. Assessor
: Taxes-B. D.
of 'YasworthIatl
Ii "
for all
This the Paradise such
.},. h' ': ti{ ..;;I,.. COTTON SEED OIL MILLS AND sufferers.country Nothing is strikes a returning trav- the Legislature, and vote upon a propositionto Brevard, 1st Monday in March. ison. -
r. abolish contract labor from the State prisOnS Dade 3d in "
Monday April.
', ; :l THE FARMERS. eler from Europe more forcibly than the Fall Term- MANATEE COUNTY.
:. the farmers sell their cotton seed to bounty of our September tables; the affluence County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.
: .C";: ':r If Pennsylvania will elect AuditorGeneraland Orange, 2d Monday in August. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee.
of vegetables, the heaped; variety of ,
;h' i ; the oil mills and do not use the proceeds to State Treasurer. Volusia 2d
//1 '-t: Monday in September. Sheriff-A. S. Watson Pine Level.
',...a:, I. replace in the. shape of fertilizers what the our fruits, the cheapness, of both. It is not Virginia will elect part of its Senate and Brevard. 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-S. J.,
without reason that Hot Corn is a street Tyler,
- seed has taken from the land they are selling its full '
ifJ If. Dade in November.
.. in cities. Hot corn alone makes an ex- Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton,
ti ; jl 1 ; at a loss. But by a fair exchange, such
I..: '. ', as the oil mills offer, there is really a gain to cellent and light supper. It nniy- quarrel SUNFLOWERS produce valuable seed, both Popash.
with other food, but eaten by itself is light County Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward.
tdt.11 both parties. For example, a ton of cotton for feeding purposes and for oil. They are Pine Level.
.'t; HI i '; seed will yield about one thousand pounds and easily assimilated. The tyrannical torment extensively grown as a crop in Russia, being County Judge-Jnnius C. Gardner. Gaines-
J;} of hulls, which are worthless to either party of dyspeptic's day can be laid by the sown ;SO; by 18 inches apart, or at the rate of ville. MARION COUNTY.

: t !r I and may, therefore, be thrown out of consideration fruit diet. He can always swallow the skins, 11,000 to the acre. The return is about 1,000 Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. County Jradge-SamaelF.llarshaIl, Ocala.

.tp' ; as far as value is concerned. From except of the grapes and melons. fold, or a crop of 4,000 to 6,000 pound of Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.
d r;., this ton of crude seed about three hundred seed from 4 to 6 pounds sown. An ordinarycrop Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield Ocala.
, : t pounds of oil is extracted, which is of but EXPLORING' TIlE YUKON is 50 bushels of seed and 50 gallons foil ville. Assesstor of 1 fixes-Thomas Barco, Cotton

7 h'; r little i use to the farmer as plant food. The -- per acre. The cake left after expressingthe Collector of Revenue H.C. Denton, Gainesville Plan
fJ: balance, seven hundred pounds cake 'or (if SAN FRANCISCO, October 9. oil is a very nutritious and healthful Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Fop

_ : ;,w i ground up) meal is the valuable portion, Lieutenant Schwatka, of Arctic fame, who, food, while the oil is equal in value to the Superintendent of Schools'V. N. Sheats, Ocala.
r:: both as animal and )plant food, containing with his party, was picked up by Lieutenant best olive, for which it is used as a substi- Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-H. C. :Martin

'If>> r, ammonia, phosphoric acid, and potash. Ray, at St. Michael s, speaking of his trip tute. No doubt in time the sunflower may BAKER COUNTY. Fort llcCo)".
", ,, When, therefore, an exchange is offered by up the Yukon river, Alaska, says that they be added to the list of our common crops. County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. MONROE COUNTY.
-:ffi: '' the mills of one thousand pounds oil cake started from Fort Vancouver. T., on May Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West

.':".I, ',a. or meal for every ton of cotton seed, the farmer 21, being detained by General Miles, com CENERAL"DIRECTORY.United ] Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West'
't..(.J r gains by receiving back more plant food manding the Department of Columbia, to Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West.
,-' .) l t" than there was in his ton of seed, and thejJ make an exploration of the valley of the States Officers. derson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maioney, Jr.
t, ; ca ; oil mills the the sale of the Collector Revenue B. Smith Kev 'Y cst. w
: gain profit on Yukon. He traveled two thousand eight LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. of -Fleming ,
, .'''- oil which they have extracted, but which Sanderson. Collector of Revenue-Walter C. ::\Malonev
. : s i hundred miles overland, reaching the head- ReJ1.Ster-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville.
}j-J was useless to the farmer when locked up in waters of the river, where they constructeda Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Superintendent of Scho'ols-A. J. W. Cobb Jr., Key 'Vest.Superintendent.
); the seed. The mills and the farmer Olustee. of SchoolsJ. V. Harris: her
; may raft of logs to navigate the stream to its Surreyor-General-lialaehi Martin, Talla-
. ; 'r thus materially assist each other. mouth. They procured a crew of six Indians hassee. BRADFORD COUNTY.
, ',.cr Or, if the farmer prefers it, he may make and proceeded down the gradually increasing DISTRICT COURT. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. NASSAD COUNTY.CoutttyJudgeIfinton .
.t f. ) + ++ : the exchange on some other basis (which stream within 250 miles of )Fort; Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. J. Baker, Fernan

i,if! ; ; ?": the oil mills offer), such as receiving fertilizers !- Chilfat, when the rapids were encountered. ..1far31wl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Sheriff W. "". Tumblin, Starke. dina.

kainit or floats, which he can work up Down them the Indians refused to go, and Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Assessor of Ta.xes-X.. Wainwright, Lake Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
;: : to advantage into a compost with his own attempted to force the raft ashore. Schwat Butler. Sheriff=John A. Ellermann Fernandina
w,' ,A, resources at home ; or he may receive the ka, in order to suppress the mutiny, openedfire Collector-Dennis INTERNAL REVENUE.Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, Assessor of Tares: -Wm. H. Garland, Fer-
', ; proceeds of sale of his cotton seed in cash on the Indians, killing three, when the Eagan, Santa Fe.Superintendent. nandina.
;,.' s'': provided he uses it for returning to the soil others submitted and the rapids were run. COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott Fei-
.; {, the plant food of which the cotton seed had The voyage on the raft was f! 1,829 miles. John W. Howell, Fernandina. Starke. nandina.
1 '',"i deprived it. But he must be just to his land From the mouth of the Yukon they pro- Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Sclools-l,. W. IIig- in-

; '{.,. s if he expects it to return him an equivalent, ceeded to St. Michael's where they boardedthe F. House, St. Augustine. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City botham, Callahan.
1, .,: and restore in some shape the losses occasioned Leo for this port. Lieutenant Schwatka Point. ORANGE COUNTY.
i :".;' ,K by maturing crop of cotton.-N. Y.: claims that he has been further; np the Yu- State Officers. Olerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.

_ "' 7''. 4 Times. kon than any other white man; This is de- Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.

I.:, ___ nied by Signal Service Officer Xeavitt.. who EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.CooerttorNut. gianna. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid. ,
P' \' ; A DANGEROUS PEST. has been stationed at St. Michafffs, and who D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Assessor of Taxes-James::* M. Owens, Fort
also down the Len. He): he as- Bethel lando, Orange county.Superintendent Reid, Fla.Collector.
,:': I ; Lucern is a valuable forage crop, but it is came on says Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. !
t :;, 1i. infested with an exceedingly bad pest. This cended the Yukon to Fort Selkirk, 2,000 Key 1Vest.Secretary of Schools-A. Grady La of Revenue-Richard H. Marks.

; "; $ is a parasite known as dodder, which, first miles from its mouth. He describes the of State-John. L. Crawford, Tal Grange. Sanford.
'. "; ''11'1 growing in the soil, twines about the stems river as being one of the larges ;in the world, lahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Seeks.
',: : of the lucern (or alfalfa) and attaches itself discharging fifty per cent. more water than Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Fort Reid.

j..f.: to them. It then leaves the ground, and, the Mississippi and as being a$' places seven Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Park. PUTNAM COUNTY.
'! sucking its nourishment from its victim, miles in breadth. Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove Judge of Probate-R. Harrison, Palatka.

twines tightly around it and destroys it. The Yukon, which Lieutenant Schwatkahas } hassee. Springs. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
..', This parasite exists wherever lucern is grown, been exploring, is the largest American Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sheriff Thomas Shally.
for its seeds are gathered with those of its river flowing into the Pacific Ocean. It Tallahassee. Springs. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
." host, and both are sown together. It also rises in British America, runs generally Superintendent of Public. Instruction-E. K. Assessor of Taxes-Wrn. Conway, Kingsley. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
+' w attacks clover, rarely, however, in this country westward, and empties into Behring's Sea. Foster, Tallahassee. Collector of Reenue-'Vm. S. Plummer, Superintendent of Public Schools- J. '\\".

,.','-f, but frequently in Germany and France, Its length is probably about 2$00 miles, and Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Maxville. Strickland.
it is navi Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger,
where stringent laws compel the farmers to for three fourths of that BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. TAYLOR COUNTY.
':: spread straw over it as soon as it is seen, gable for steamers. It cuts :through the Robinson Tallahassee. i Middleburg. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
Mountains b a narrow, deep and Commissioner A. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.
Fifteen Rocky ),
and burn it
completely. years ago
: W. M. Ives Jr. Lake
found in clover-field very swift channel, without falls or obstruction County Judge- City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
writer it
the growing a
his farm in Pennsylvania, and know- and amidst scenery of suf passing grandeur Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.
a. upon the intervening Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Sheriff J. 'V. Perry, Lake City.
and it mowed the clover at The Yukon has five mjouths, Perry
ing recognizing ,
.' ;, once and fed it to cows. He has never seen delta being seventy-five: miles in Building, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
+, the clover dodder since then. As clover- breadth. At some points along; its lower SUPREME COURT. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry

t seed is sometimes imported here from Germany course it is so wide that one bank cannot be Chief Justice--E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Superintendent of School*JuliusPotsdamer, Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee Perry.
?' the other. For the)first thousand : Lake City. Assessor of Taxes S. H. Peacock /
from -
; it is not impossible, or even improb- seen Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- ,
miles it is from to five miles in width, DUVAL COUNTY.
this of dodder should one ST. JOHN'S
+ able that species COUNTY.
appear l?
'',':' but if so, the farmer should mow it and in some places, including; islands, it is see.Associate JUStice-R. B. Van Valkenlnirgh, sonville.County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus
twenty miles from main bankto: main bank. tine.
{ down at once and prevent its seeding and Jacksonville.
'; } r spreading. There are some native species of The estimates of the length of this magnificent Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
Uriah Bowden Jacksonville.
.' this It is known as cus- stream vary considerably.. Mr. Robert Sheriff Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine-
., plant. botanically CIRCUIT JUDGES.
Assessor Taxes-A. J. Prevatt Jackson
of ,
and living flax is Campbell of the Hudson's Bay Company, Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St.
: ; cuts, one species, upon First Maxwell Pen- ville.
declares that it is navigable at certain sea- Circuit-Augustus ,
This is Cuscuta epilinum Augustine.
M'' .itHi not uncommon. ,
of the yearfor a distanceof;: 2,000 miles. sacola. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown,
1 >: : and is found only growing with flax probably Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Jacksonville. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias..
it is with the flax-seed. St. Augustine.
s' because sown ,
Schools-Albert J. Rus-
.' a Another native species is Cuscuta gronoyii, ANOTHER GREAT ALASKAN RIVER, DISCOVERED see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. sell Superintendent Jacksonville.of Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall

>ray and is very common in swamps, winding BY LIEUTENANT STORY. Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- HAMILTON COUNTY. St. Augustine.
W,,,? r and twisting like a mass of golden yellow SUMTER COUNTY.
went last
r + Lieutenant Story, who upon ville. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper.
aF ,,;, thread tightly around the stems of the marsh trip of the revenue steamer Thomas Corwin. Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- Clerk J. Caldwell, Jasper. County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg
5; : ; plants and spreading in a tangled mass for the purpose of distributing among the ville. Sheriff James ,I. Duncan, Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
'r.I. ; among the branches. It is easily recognzied Tchukchee Indians of Alaska the $5,000 Sixth OircuH. Mitchell, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancram. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
t from this habit and its bright yellow color. worth of presents given by tlte Governmentin Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Collector of RevenueW. H. H. McLeod, Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall. Webster.
; ::4 The writer found it a year ago in a bed of recognition of the fact that they afforded Columbia County.Superintendent I Collector of Ret'enue-J.. G. Hamilton
., ; ,? coleus in a garden at a railroad station in Sumterville.
shelter and food to the officers and crew of of Schools-Joshua H. Rob-
Pennsylvania, from which, and the fact the steamer Rogers, burned in:1881, reportedthe Court Calendar. erts, Ancrum. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke
above mentioned, it would seem to be more Sumterville.
discovery of an immense river hitherto FIRST CIRCUIT. HERNANDO COUNTY.County .
"'" common in that state than else-where no do- unknown to geographers. The river had Fall Term- Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.

', der would growith a large variety of plantsif been vaguely spoken of by Indians to former Santa, Rosa, 2d Monday in October. ville. I County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live
x it were once established upon farms, and explorers, and Lieutenant Story being compelled Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. I Oak.ClerkRobert
that it
', it is therefore exceedingly desirable to await the return trip of the Corwin Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Sheriff ). B. buckler, Brooksville. A. Reid, Live Oak.
K,,: should be exterminated as soon as it is di s- Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak.
determined to see if it existed. Accompanied in October. Assessor of 7 axes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks ,
.; + covered. It is especially to be looked for by one attendant and nterpreter, he Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday ville. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, ""el-
;c, where lucern is grown, as it is quite com Inlet in born.
proceeded inland from Hotham a in October. Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend,
monly found upon this crop in Colorado and southeasterly direction, until. e struck what Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,

; California. _____ _______ he believed to be the mysterious river. He October. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Live Oak.
t' .r t. traced it to its mouth, where he saw such Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Fort Dade. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
1 ; r, CASTOR OIL FOR SHOE LEATHER huge pieces of floating timber as to satisfy This act amended section 2 of act of February HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Oak.

,r .. There is one simple article which will himself that the stream must be of immensesize. 10, 1879, and does not change the County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.CountyTudgeJames .
render any decently-made boot thoroughly He retraced his steps for a distance of Spring Term. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tarnpa. H. Chandler, Enter-
impervious. It is nothing more nor less fifty miles, where !he encountered natives, THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise.
.1 ,' than cold-drawn castor oil pure and sim- from whom ]he learned that to reach the Spring Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
ple." It is best applied before a moderatere. headwaters of the stream would take several Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-W. F. Buns, Tampa. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise.
The boots to be dressed should be months. The Indians told :him they had April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Assessor of Toxtt--John Anderson, Enter-

F: quite clean and dry; and especial care come down the river a distance of 1,500 Madison, 2d Monday in April. Tampa. prise.
3, should be given to the welt and the tongues, miles to meet a fur-trader, and that it went Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. JEFFERSON. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De-

} and their stitching to the upper leathers. I up higher than that. Having no time to go Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.
generally begin by pouring the oil from the further Lieutenant Story returned. It is his April. SJteriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw
round the welt, so that the angle opinion, as stated by those on the Corwin, Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th :Mondayin Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Enterprise.
I between the sole and the upper leather is from whom this information was obtained, April. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, WAKULLA COUNTY.

quite filled with oil, and then proceed all that the discovery of this river accounts for Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Monticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
; over the boot including the edges" of the the large quantities of floating timber in the in April. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.
soles, rubbing it in with the hand. When Arctic Ocean, which has popularly been Fall Term- ticello. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

1, : : one is done, have a turn at the other, and so supposed to come down the Yukon river. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
alternately till you have got in about a tea- The Indians stated that the: river in some October. ticello. Crawfordville.

; 0 spooniul and a half to each boot. The places is twenty miles wide.: It lies within Madison, 2d Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Treasurer-. Walker, Craw-
;' tongues, being thinner leather, should be the Arctic circle, but in August, when Lieu- Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. keenah. fordville.

quite saturated.Subsequent dressings will tenant Story was there, he. found flowers Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-W. H. Walker,Crawford -
l not require so much oil. I have never found and vegetation not hitherto discovered in so in October. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. ville.

; anything to touch this asa waterproof dress high a latitude. He has forwarded his re Columbia, Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff--Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. Assessor of Ta.res-C. R. Reynolds, Crawford -
ing; the gelatinous oil seems to effectually port to the Secretary of the Navy,and hopes October. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ville.II" .

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__LEGAL__ ADVERTISEMENTS.f J In the Justice's Court, Xassau sacola :Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans, ,'-
----h- : County, Fla. and all points in the West, Southwest, and t DR.
Providing for the Issue of Scrip to Defray the STATE OF FLORIDA NASSAU, COUNTY. points; and with the Central and People's

Expense of Purchasing Fire Apjmraius. You Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for:
are hereby notified that a writ of attachment INDIAN BLOOD
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE :MAYOR has been issued against you, the Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdays SYRUP
i Council of the City of Fernandina : said V. R. Bristol, and your property attached for Columbus and Eufaula. '
SECTION:; 1. That for the of JSS* Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
purpose raising to satisfy the demand of J. & T.
funds for the purchase and of fire dd the NEW SHORT LINE via the FloridaCentral Cures all diseases of the Stomach layer
care apparatus Ky amounting to the sum of twenty-tWI Bowels
for the city, the issue of interestbearing dollars and fifty cents. and Western Railroad. Kidneys, Skin and Blood. !
scrip to an amount not exceeding two Now, unless you shall appear before G.. W. Through tickets via this line at the Company's MILLIONS testify to its

thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby,p Schuyler. a Justice of the Peace in and for Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and
authorized.SEC. West Bay :Street.::) _
Nassau County, at }his office at Fernandina
pronounce it to be the
2. Said scrip shall bear Fla. W. :M. DAVIDSON, Best Remedy Known to .11
eight percent, on the 24th day of November, A. D. an.
per annum interest, and shall be receivablefor 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be General Manager,
taxes for the years 1884 and 1885 in the rendered against you, and your property:;sold Jacksonville, Fla. GUARANTEED
following proportion : one thousand dollars to pay the debts. Dated this 20th day of WILLIAM 0. AMES, TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.
for taxes of 1884, and one thousand dollars, September, 1883.: Gen'l Passenger Agent, Trade Iark.
or such part thereof as may be issued, for J. & T. Jacksonville, Fla.
taxes of 1885; but the Council reserves the Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 22, 1883.hYDD.4 a J. s. MCELROY, AGENTS W-ANTED_ a
right to redeem said scrip at such previoustime :Master: Transportation,

as they may deem expedient, after having In the Justice's Court, NasHau Tallahassee, Fla. Laboratory 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it. '\
advertised for the
space thirty days in County, Fla. '.
some newspaper publication in the City of CARD
Fernandina such order for redemption and WM. F. WOOD. Jr., vs. V. R. BBISTOIJ. TIME OF THE Dr. Clark Johmo1l:-My children were sick with CEDARTOWN, GA. June 20th, 1881. >

interest on said scrip shall cease after the STATE OF FLORIDA, : FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. Fever, and a short trial of your
expiration of the said thirty days. NASSAU COUNTY. RAILROAD 46

tEc.3. The said scrip shall be signed by You are hereby notified that a writ of at AND RUDIE CANTLER.

f the Mayor, President of Council, and City tachment has been issued against yon; the FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
Clerk, and shall bear the seal of the GUARANTEED TO CURB ALL
city. ; said V. R. Bristol.and CASES OF
your property attached, In October 5th 188S.
The form of said scrip shall be determined I to satisfy the demand of Wm. F. Wood; Jr., APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS;
amounting to the sum of six dollars :and
SEC. 4. Said scrip shall be issued by the sixty cents. : Leave Fernandina.......................11.OOa.Iii. COSTIVEHESS. ENLARGED SPLEEN. COLIC. &c

Committee on Fire Department, in such Now, unless you shall appear before Gi \\ Leave Hart's Road.......................11.40a.m. I Memphis EOT.J K., Tenn.Graves says, Editor: 1 received and Proprietor package"Baptist.of 11.1882.1. R. Johnson M D.. Abbeville. Miss. Aug I
sums as may be applied for. Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and:: for Leave Callahan......... .................. 12.40p.m. Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it.your It{ College says and:have I am practiced a graduate thirty-five of Georgia Medicil
SEC. 5. The Committee on Fire Department said county, at his office at Fernandina, Fla., Leave Dutton........... ............ ..... 1.07 p.m. andeetainlynomore works like a charm. I want ef Zeiiin's no better mixture.Liver Kegniator your medicine in my practice. It is not years.only a I good use
shall report to each meeting of Coun- on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1883, at Leave Brandy Branch ................. 1.22 p.m. Rev. 3-3.A Huffins, Franklin H y. Liver Medicine,but it is a sovereign remedy fort!ax.
cil the amount of !scrip: issued the precedingweek 10 a. m., judgment will be rendered against Arrive Baldwin..... ..................... 1.45 p.m. Ani*.I' *_. says: It la the best mediciae p S 0Ke-J.C.,J 811.SJBeasley'82.says: ,I of have Summerton used Zeil-
to whom issued, the date, etc., and you and your property sold to pay the debt; Leave Baldwin........................... 2.10p.m. w cnrio nave;mo ever of Dyspepsia.taken in my Send life.me It in'a preparation great deal but find
said report shall be spread upon the minutes Dated this 20th day of October, 1883. ; Leave Maxville.......................... 2.35p.m. another package. Must have it. < in;your its eftect medicine on the altogether system.The superior best. <
of Council. 47)1.. F. WOOD, Jn. Leave Highland........................... 2.56 p.m. r. Rev. J. 1.. Brittain, of Bloantsville. Dr. S. Mansfield Wholesale Druggist Memphis, :
SEC. 6. Each piece of scrip shall designatethe Leave Lawtey ............................. ,3.12p.m. ; torpid Ala. March and 18S2,says costiveness: I suffered,and your with |I Tenn,says: "Have sold it 80 "-7s; my predecessor

year for which it is receivable for taxes. blaster's Sale. Leave Tenl pIe's........................... 3.28 p.m. !+ + with medicineliver admirable cured me My wife has used it sold good itone"no one years can before deny me.;and That that this it is medicine the true and is a
SEC. 7. The funds received for said scrip TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE Arrive Starke.............................. ............ effect for sick-hxadacb* genuine': immonsLiver Medicine'none dare gain83YCOLLIN
shall he deposited with the Treasurer to the U decree rendered in OF A Leave Starke .............................. 3.36p.m. Original and Oily Genuine. Estat. 1210. j
credit of the Fire Department }Fund and the Fourth Judicial Circuit the of Circuit Florida Court Nas of Leave Thurston .......................... 3.18 p.m Put up in and 25c.bottles and SI.by packages

:shall be paid out upon warrants issued in sau County, on the 4th day of Arrive Waldo.............................. 4.10 p.m. I /'.F. SIMMONS& CO..ST. fouls Moti .
accordance with the rules of Council. A.D.1883 W. B. September, Leave Waldo.............................. 4.20 p.m.
by Young, Esq., referee in
Passed first reading October 10. 1883. the suit of D. M. Hammond Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m.
Thos. J.
Passed! second reading October 10. 1883. Wharton, for foreclosure of vs. Leave Arredondo ........................ 5.24 p.m.
I will, ,.
Passed; third reading, and adopted, October as Special Muster named in said mortgage decree, offer: Leave Batton.............................. 5.36p.m. "' 1 .;t;;. ",.-; CJ r" ':".

10, 18 3. for sale to ,the highest bidder, before the Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m.
, FRED W. HOYT, Court-Hous door in Fernandina, on the Leave Bronson ........................... 6.21 p.m. b li 1826.TFORD
President pro tem. of Council. first Monday of November next, being the Leave Otter Creek........................ 6.51 p.m. 1
Attest: fifth day of said month, between the legal Leave Rosewood...... ................... 7.30p.m. Established '.
[sEALI]Approved WM. F.: WOOD, JR., City Clerk. hours of sale on said day, all the estate, title l Arrive Cedar Key........................ 8.02 p.m.

F. C. SUHRER and interest which Thomas Wharton had I GOING NORTH. '"-
46 Acting :Mayor.In on the 28th day of April. A. D. 1877 in alid Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.15 a.m.
to Lot No. (91) nine. in Hlorik No. Twpntv-- Leave "Rnsjpwnnd............................' 7.53_ a.m.n_____ \\\ ..
the County Court, Nassau five ((25)), in the City of Fernandina, ss u Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.28 a.m.

County, Florida. County, Florida. Leave Bronson. .............. ........... 9.10a.m. v Inad! l l
In JflftCfIf the Estate of Nelson Parker. Terms cash, purchaser paying for title. Leave Archer.............................. 9.41 a.m.
J. A. ELLERMANN, Leave Batton .............................. 9.58 a.m.
TTpIEREAS, P. C. SUHRER, AS ADV Special Master Leave Arredondo .......................10.16 a.m. "
|I ininistrator of the estate of Nelson Fernandina. Fla., Sept. 29, 1883. 43-td Leave Gainesville......................10.44 a.m.
Parker deceased has
applied to the County \rrive'Valdo.............................11.30 a.m.
Court for the of Nassau ---
to sell certain County laud for an order i-iBOOKS AND STATIONERY. : Leave Waldo........................... ...11.45a.m. tau ,
Nel.-oii I Parker belonging to the estateof Leave Thurston.........................12.13 p.m. -
deceased for --
debts of said 4.tataid lands, payment of ------ ---- --- --- --- ----- ----------,- Arrive Starke.............................. ............. ,

County of Nassau Florida and lying; in the IIOUACJ DREW, Leave Starke...............................12.31 p.m.
follows described as Leave Temple's..........................12.39 p.m.
That : of B ookscllcr, Stationer, Leave Lawtey ............................ 1.00p.m.
portion Little Pine Island
Section ((47) known as Printer and Kinder. Leave Highland .......................... 1.20 p.m. MANUFACTURERS
) forty-seven.
North of Township ((3)) three, Leave Maxville ........................... 1.38 p.m.
is contained Range! twenty-eight ((28) East: that I School Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.00 p.m. OFPicks .
lots one ((1)), and one and a Books and Orange Wraps Leavo Baldwin ..... .. Axes Hatchets
half Ui, two three ................. 2.25p.m.
; ((2): ), l ((3)), and three and
a half ((31)), six ((6)), and seven NOW A SPECIALITY. Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.45 p.m.
((7)), ,
tu the map showing the subdivisions according of .. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.00p.m. ,
hland-containing 23 77-100 Leave Callahan........................... 3.40 p.m. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
less-and it appearing from the acres petition, more and or JJ; f" Liberal discounts to Teachers and Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.25 p.m.
alii lavit of F." C. Suhrer administrator, that Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.00p.m. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
Mary Parker Nelson application. Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR .
Parker, James Parker Also FINE
John Parker, Mary Parker and Kate Parker, 59 W. BAY STREET, STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS
the widow and children of said Nelson Parker ; DIVISION.GOING Of all sizes
and price j iVjni $3 to $31.J Also
deceased, reside beyond the jurisdictionof JACKSONVILLE, FLA SOUTH. .

:said Court, and that their residence is not -- Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m. Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &c.,

known ; RAILROADS. Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m. by writing to the makers,
It is, therefore, ordered, That said parties Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57 p.m. COLLINS & CO. 212
above! named,and all others interested in said Leave.. Lochloosa.......................... 5.15 p.m. Water St., New York.
lands, are hereby notified to be and appear FJLOKAL CITY ROUTE. Leave orange -LaKe..........:-......... 5.42 p.m.
before me on the first Monday in Novem Leave Anthony Place................. G.07p.m.
I ber next, 1833, and show cause, if any they FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. IL; Leave Silver Spring..................... 6.35p.m. STOVES, TIN-WARE, ETC.
<'an, why an order for the sale of said lands JACKSONVILLE July 1st, 1883. Leave Ocala................ ................. 7.00p.m. --------. ----- -- -. -----

.ilxive described should not be granted asItr.iyed /COMMENCING this date, Trains on this Leave Lake Weir Station.. ............. 7.45 p.m. ;iEu w. 1'. STREITY
in the petition of F. C. Suhrer, administrator \j road and its connection will run as follows Arrive Wildwood.............. ......... 8.19p.m.
as aforesaid. : : GOING NORTH. Second Street opposite the Post-Office
given under my hand and seal this 23th : ; Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m. MILLIONS
i I.. -.] day of September. A. 1) 18S3.: WKSTWARD.No.. 3. 1'0.1. Leave Lake Weir Station.. ....... ...... 7.25 a.m. '}' OFTHEK1 FERNANDINA, FLA.
II. J. BAKER, Accom. Mail. Leave Ocala...........................'.'..... 8.30 a.m. i,46
County Judge Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30 p m 1.30 p m Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48 a.m. For FLORISTS and -
for Nassau County, Florida. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45. p III 2.14 p m 1 Leave Anthony Place.................. 9:15: a.m.
J'Vrnaiulina. Fla., Sept. 1883.td Lake City........... 1.10am 4.53pm Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43 a.m. AMATEURS

In the Justice's Court Xass.ui Live Oak............ 3.15am 5-55 pm | Leave Lochloosa................... .....10.10a.m. Dutch Bulbs, Japan
County, Fla. Madison ............ 5.25am 7.42pm I i Leave Hawthorne........................10.29 a.m. Bulbs, French Bulbs,
.\. H. XOYES MARGARET Drifton.............. 7.20am 9.05pm : Leave Dixie........................ .........10.47 a.m. -r. Plants American for Greenhouses Bulbs. Also
V. It. BRISTOL and \I Monticello........ 9.35pm ;I Arrive Waldo Junction..... ..........11.10a.m. and Window Gardens
c. TallJih.T.SSPP_...... 005n.ni t o_?0 .n 111.. : Trains daily, except Sunday. BEAUTIFUL
I'UHtID.Towx IMPROVEMENT f -- --- ----- ,
t'\ iMrAN\. Leave Tallahassee......... 10.45 pin( < Catalogue s HIRAM SIBIEY& CO.6EED61TZN .L I .
J ArriveQuincy .............11.05 a m 12.00 pm ;IFERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. -
JTATE OF FLORIDA FREE 1 4r tk Rochester,N.Y.&Ch
Chatta. River......12.10 p in 1.00 a m 1 icugoDL
i) NASSAU COUNTY.You Leave River Junction... GOING SOUTH.
Arrive)[arian ... 1.10am Leave Fernandina....................... 9.30 a. m. ,
are hereby notified na. .....
that 2.41
'.ifhment has been issued a writ of at- Pensacola........... a m Leave Hart's Road...... ..............10.10 a. m. :E4_ INCCuriosityVariety'S
'nil Margaret Bristol and V.against It. Bristol you, the her Montgomery..... 8.50 9.30am p m }Arrive Jacksonville.....................11.15 p. JU.t .

i' band, and your property attached, totiisfy Mobile............... 4.25 pill GOING NORTH.
-. I the demand of A. B. Noyes, amount'in New Orleans.... 10.15pm Leave Jacksonville..................... 3.00p.m. Store
]'in) the sum of fifty-six dollars and eighty'iucents. Houston............ 0.50am Leave Hart's Road..................... 4.05p.m.
!'' Arrive Fernandina.................... 4.45p.m. Offers and STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.
a large carefully selected
N'ow. unless shall STWARD.No. : #S5- Trains daily except Sunday.
you appear before G. W. 4. No. 2. ,
Mmyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for Accom. Mail. : SUNDAY TRAINS. TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE:

Nasau county, at his office at Fernandina, Arrive Jacksonville...... 8.25am 3.00pm r eave Fernandina.....7.00 a. m. 4.30 p. m. STOOlOF: HOSIERY ROOFING AND
''la. on the 24th day of November, A. D. Baldwin............. 0.50am 2.02pm Arrive Jacksonville..8.25 a. m. 5.55 p. m. GUTTERING,

!!ss-i.; at 10 o'clock a. in., judgment will be Lake City....:...... 3.00am 11.38am Heave Jacksonville..9.10 a. m. 6.35 p. m. For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC..
''eiKiered against you, and your property sold Live Oak........... 1.25 a m 10.37 a m Arrive. Fernandina..10.35 a. m. 8.00 p. m.
::Illy\ the debts. Dated this 19th day of Madison ............11.05pm 9.12am T :HAN IS B Zi C:ZZ:I: :B FS, A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea

-'l'ptt n1ber. 1883. Drifton............... 9.05pm 7.30am I CONNECTIONS. call, and compare m)' prices with those of
A. B. NOYES. Monticello .....,... 8.00 a m <. Silk, Linen, and Cotton. other houses, here or elsewhere.
teniandiiia, Fla., Sept. 22,1833.4w: Tallahassee......... 7.15pm 6.05am I: AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,

In Leave Tallahassee....._ 6.38 pm 5.55 a m -.With! New York and Fernandina Steam Gloves, Weeklies, Ribbons,
the Justice's Court, Nassau Arrive Quincy.............. 5.20 p m 4.45 a m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 Laces Towels, Napkins BOOTS AND SHOES. '
County, Fla. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m 3.45 a m a.$IJ1., 11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New
k:. E:. S. \r ADLEIGlI Administra- Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 a m York on Thursday, at 10.40/ a.m., 500. p.m. Dress Lining, Buttons Jti1" TIlE NEW STOUE.i .- ;

trix of the Estate of W. A.}} Marianna......... 1.39am of 5.50 p.m.With and Notions Generally.A .
:inborn; vs. V. R. BRISTOL Leave Pensacola........... 7.15pm ;; Sea Island Route from and to Savan-'
Leave Montgomery...... 8.30 a m n;h Sunday, Wednesday and Friday. new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES i JB { W. F. WOOD, Jr., SC

STATE OF FLORIDA, Leave Mobile........,...... 2.00pm '! AT CALLAHAV. just received and marked low.
NASSAU COUNTY. Leave New Orleans!..... 8.40 a m To and from Savannah and Charleston at > {j Proprietor
1 You are hereby notified that a writ of at- Leave Houston...... .....' 0.15pm 7.p and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m. Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior. :m

said tachment: has been issued against you, the Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 daily AT BALDWIN, FLA., .
;ta imed Y. n. Bristol, and your property at- except Sunday.SOLID jTo and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m. f3'- In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- c:: Cr >

1ladleih to satisfy the demand of E. E. S. TRUNS Jacksonville to Pensacola. ;, AT HAWTHORNE, ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a
11'. A. Administratrix of the estate of SLEEPING CARS Madison to Pensacola. foand from Palatkaat.10.45a.ra.and 2.40 fine variety. ,
one Sanborn, amounting to the sum gf CONNECTIONS. p.fin. a:
K >o\\', unless you shall appear before G. W.' At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by With Stage Line to and from Brooksville c:::! ',. .; .
oiuiyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for and Tampa daily SPECIALTY. I-;::: '
except Sunday. ;
Nassau, County, at his office at Fernandina all points.North and East; with the Fernan- IVith Stage Line to and 'from Leesburg <, ANDS :
1 1.fia... t. on the 24th day of November, A. D.. dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- daily except Sunday. #gr Orders from the Country Solicited.KING'S .*! ,
dina and
with Steamers S .
at 10 o'clock ; for all points on ,
rendered a. m., judgment will be the St. Johns River. : AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,

sold to against you, and your property At !1al \n.by! No. 1 and 2 with With Tampa Steamship ComPanv'sSteamers ,
par the debts. Dated this 19th Florida ; for Key West. Monday and "II
01 September day Transit A::; I'enmsuiar Railroad for Gainesville Thursday 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. a:
18S3. p. iji.; for Tampa and Manatee Monday and
E. E. S. WADLEIGH.P Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all FrMay.yith. ,

By H. J. Baker, Attorney. Gulf At Live Ports.Oak "\ Morgan's Line Steamships'for Key ,! HO FOR THE BEACII.. C> C> \
_rcrnandma, Fla., Sept. 22 with the Savannah, Florida Went and Havana ::
-- 18S3.4v & Western Railroad.At every Saturday 4 p. m.; AND MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe
for:New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. : \ Fernandina
Nassau Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch \ E::
Fibre Fjor: information
respecting routes rates
For Railroad three elegant Omnibuses of McGinnis
beds on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- etc.;
pillows apply to
and mattresses, superior & Rawson can be secured for
tosnr urdays.At partieson
thing else A. MAcDONELL :E3 \ Cor. Centre & Third.
Julie 24-tf use. For sale by Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- very reasonable terms,at any hour,either \ SJJii1"
t Gen''ricketandPass.
FRED W. HOYT & Co. Agent. day or night.
cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen-
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L-r r t THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The City Council. ', ]pointed Alderman Robinson.The Sch. Rebecca Queen, Smith. Dissolution of Partnership

r : .t ; The regular meeting of the City Council following resolution, offered by Al- Sch. Geo. Churchman Risley. Y MUTUAL
Sch. Geo..K. Hatch, Hardenbrook.Sch. CONSENT THE CO- !
was held Wednesday evening, notwithstanding ,derman Robinson, was adopted: Brewster.Sch. partnership heretofore existing besween
r DeMory Gray,
if; :; ; d : : fg.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHSReflections. I the inclemency of the weather a quo- WHEREAS, It'appears that the collector of Mary J. Castner, Gardner. J. H. McGINNIS and W. S. RA WSOX i b !
has refused to collect the tax dissolved. The said McGinnis retires
revenue upon and
,'. i' rum being present:; consisting of AldermenIIo.t.
'l : : I dogs, as directed by Council ; therefore be it said Rawson continues in the business alone
'1- :. .. Avery, King Robinson, Williamsand Resolved, That the tax-collector be requested Notice. All parties having any claims to settle with
'I" ti Kelly. <. to appear before the Council at the next Subscribers to the interest-bearing Scrip the aforesaid firm will adjust them with W
"1i, :: ; The San Antonio leaves for New York'thisevening. The following bills were ordered paid: meeting to give his reason" why he does not will be called upon Tuesday, October 23d, to S. Rawson, who has assumed!" all debts and

jo'; J i., "" I, Benj. Wright, boarding and nursing obey the mandates of this Council.It pay the amount of their subscriptions.P. liabilities of the said partnership.J. .

'; ;!. '. .' The revenue cutter Boutwett was in port John Jackson, a pauper three was ordered that the officers of the cityrequiring.bonds' KELLY II. )McGINNIS
Lt .
: .:. j this week. weeks.....................................I.....$24 00 be notified to file the same Chairman Committee Fire Departmeut. October 15 1883. W. S. RAWSON
John Alberti, for six days street scavenger -
r ::;:, ," : : :' Mrs. W. E. Snyder returned from the work.............................:..... 6 00 by next meeting.The 1,000,000 Brick for Sale,

.; i I 1 I' ., North last week.: Alderman Avery,. of the Committee, on matter of reducing the expenses of At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick Horses Having, Carriages purchased etc.,the belonging entire to stock the late of

4 I,.,'; f,' George Hubby returned from New York Finance, made the following report upon the city government, excepting the matterof 2x4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON & Co., firm of McGinnis & Rawson, I shall con
; ;: ;, 't : scavenger work and lighting streets, was 46-4m Macon, Ga. tinue the business at the old stand
the of the respectfully -
,,: ': : by the San Antonio Thursday evening. subject reducing city'siexpenses.
f. t recommitted to the Finance Committee.The solicit a continuance of the pat-
f.;. I Jf The City of Bridgeton on Thursday ever The report was ordered spread ppon. the Mayor was requested to enforce the For Sale. ronage of the customers of the late firm.

minutes: j jFERXANDINA Three hundred acres of land within two W. S. RAWSON
:; r! i: ning, brought about eighty passengers. dog ord.nance.
V October p, 1883. miles of King's Ferry, Fla.; eighteen acres Fernandina, :Fla., October 16, 1883
z., .. "1. The heavy rains this week have demons- To the Honorable City Council: s\ Adjourned. improved. Good dwelling, kitchen etc.,

;'; ;.:' a .' ,I+ trated that our drainage system needs !immediate The Finance Committee haviiig made a and 75 young orange trees, on the place. AN ORDINANCETo
The Circuit Court. For particulars addressR.
:: .If attention by the city authorities. report'in the matter of reduction of current Amend Ordinance '
d1 W." SWEARINGEN, an etnitled 'An Ordi--
r ir' ,' f j a Mr. Wm. Lawtey, who has been at the expenses of the city at the last meeting of King's Ferry Fla. nance to Prevent the Erection of Wooden
,. ; ,. : i : Council in which, as a member oftthat committee EXPEDITING MATTERS-COURT ADJOURNED and .
g returned October 1st, 1883. Buildings to Security -
;: A, 1 }{ North the past two months on be
1 ask that further time given
Against 5 1876.THAT .
Approved August ,
;. ', E, h .::i{ Friday night of last week. Mr. Lawtey isI that, perhaps, the committee coull perfect a
The Fall Term of the Circuit Court for Ebr Rent.
: t I the picture of ,good health. plan that we could both agree upon, and I SECTION ONE OF SAID ORDl-
'(1 perhaps, Council adopt, if found 14 j meet the this county, Judge J. M. Baker presiding, One of the best truck-farms inthis section be amended to read as follows:
,, : b. I (n '1$1 The Fernandina Roller Skating Club convened at the court-house on Tuesday of the country. For particulars apply Be it ordained by the City Council of Fer

: .'r. 5 meets on Monday evening next, when steps case.The airman first suggests to reduce the morning last and, after a, three days' session to MRS. EMMA FLETCHER. nandina, with the approval of the Mayor,
'' : : will be taken towards the opening of the police force by discharging one day policeman Third Street. that from and after the approval of this ord
; '. j j ;; which is $35, and one at Old Town at adjourned on Thursday evening.The Fernandina, August 11,1883-tf. inance it shall be unlawful, and against the
1.. ,,'1 ;"il,1 1 rink for the 1 season at an early 1 day. of criminal disposed of and
; $25, which makes a saving $60 per month. following cases were security persons property in the City
:' ; .f ; .. Our amateur sportsmen have been In their I suggest that we can discharge one of the of: Livery Stable at a Bargain.I of Fernandina, to build erect, or construct,

j: : glory this week. The high tides prevailing regular New Town police which Is $35 and The State The offer at a bargain my entire establish any wooden buildings, or buildings covered
? \ r. ; vs. Henry Young ; larceny.
the special night police which is$37.50, and ment in this city, consisting! of Carriages, (except the roof) with corrugated iron or tin,
",:: 'I F t' have afforded an excellent opportunity for eve shall have a reduction of $72.50, a gain defendant failed to appear. His bond was Buggies Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage within that portion of the city lying south

: : 'Ii 1.! 'i shooting marsh hens. Several large bags over Mr. Hoyt's plan of $12.50 per month estreated, and a capias ordered to be issued. Horses, Harness, etc. of Broome Street West of Fourth Street,

:: '., .f .l were made. without mentioning Old Town, the salary of The State vs. Eugene Hernandez ; steal- Terms of purchase, CASH. and north of Beach Streets.
':.1 i : 'r. which was fixed by Council for the year. G. F. AVERY. All ordinances or parts of ordinances conflicting
, ?wi: of Rev. H. S. will deliver discourse ing at fire. Verdict : not guilty.
t ... Yerger a As the Mayor can appoint special police for Office and Stable-First Street, near Broom with this ordinance are hereby re
t;;;(.4 f t' on "Cremation," at the Presbyterian Church emergencies, we shall still have sufficient The State vs. Thos. Williams ; breakingand Street Wharf. 46 pealed.
protection, and save $870 a year, and Old in the time. Passed first reading September 12, 1883.
:1.i :t : j t: to-morrow evening. The public in general, entering a building night
Town will still be left in the enjoyment of Passed second reading September 27. 1883.
'W'.i :'r. but especially the health officials of the city one policeman, two street lamps and a man Verdict : not guilty. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Passed third reading, and adopted. October -

';', '. .ok' government, are invited attend. to light them, at an expense of $25 per The State vs. Sherman Turner; larceny. 17, 1883.
i .J. month. Plead guilty Sentenced to ten days imprisonment FRED W. HOYT.
$' Some fine in gold and ST. JOSEPHS ACADEMY,
, very monograms
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An effort was made last year to get bids and costs. President pro tem. of Council.
: .",,,9.' silver were shown us at Ansley's jewelry for lighting lamps cheaper buf the offers )Fernamliiia, Flu. Attest :
;J. ) a:: 1")! r store on Centre street, this week. The engraving were all much higher and the present employs The State vs. Moses Armstrong, Lucretia W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.

' :' .r l' was executed with much artistic has been continued in the place. Williams and Mary Hagens; larceny at fire INSTITUTION UNDER THE. Approved:
.. : tt I The chairman recommended a change in and receiving stolen goods. Jury disagreed.The THIS of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, F. C. SUHRER,
. i 1f skill by Mr. Evans, who is in charge during
'iii I day scavenger service on the score''of econo is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest 47 Acting Mayor.
State Edward Simmons assault
;.: 1 1 i 4 :Mr. Ansley's absence at the Louisville Ex- my. Having been chairman of the Com- vs. ; portions of Florida.
1 f ,ti position. mittee on Streets. Public Improvements, with intent to murder. Verdict : guilty. The building,which was erected especially
McCartney Hedge Rose Plants.
'I;f.: Lamps and Lighting Streets and most im- Sentenced, two years in the penitentiary. for a Boarding School, is large and airy.
";'t' '.H The passenger and freight traffic b)1 the portant of them all for sanitary work, for The State vs. Henry Williams ; larceny. The Course of Instruction is thorough and I HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDAGROWNPlants

f ': p City of Bridgeton has increased at such a over eighteen months, and having given solid, comprising, both in English and for sale at this place. Price $2.50 :..
: ./ .,, t rapid rate of late that the Bridgeton has been much of my time and thought to perfectingall Verdict: guilty. Sentenced to two years in French, all the branches of a good educa- per 100 ; $20.00 per 1000.
these branches of the service in.:the most the penitentiary.The tion. Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and ALSO UMBRELLA TREES.M. .
; j :-. fi. k w unable to take all the business offered. It thorough manner with the means at our State vs. J. T. McCall ; aggravated as- Bedding, per quarter, $40.50. Music Les- O'NEILL.
1 : --: :: "," is probable that the Florida will be put on command I think I can claim, without fear sault. Continued sons, with use of Instrument, $12.00. Fairbanks, Florida Transit R. E.
., immediately) when the schedule will be of contradiction, that we now have the best Plain Sewing and every variety of FancyWork
Refer to O. D. Furman, Fairbanks Fla.
tt" : The State J. A. Mercier libel. The
system, the best streets, and are now in the vs. ; taught without additional charge.
' tj.,1 I 1)) .1t:j : +: y, made daily. best sanitary condition for the least money defendant failed to appear. His bond was Payments required in advance.

..r.Ij. "", ;;. y The residence of Mr. Hazelton, on the than we have been for the last ten years.I estreated, and a capias ordered to be issued. Schools will reopen October 1st 1883. Shingles.All .
A': south end of Amelia Island, together with further claim that the expense of one For further particulars, apply to the Acad- kinds at
i ? man and for the use of horse and cart does emy. 42 38-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co's.
:; a : r f its entire contents, was destroyed by fire on not exceed $42 per month of 26 working Range of Thermometer

: Thursday morning, during Mr. Hazelton's days, and the service covers hauling all FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19,
t/11 1 '.. absence in this city. The fire was incendiary. kinds of rubbish in the streets, garbage, HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.

"' Neither the building nor its contents weeds, etc., that any citizen may put in the NEW GOODS
,; street in the area called New Town, and avery
r.i: i I :. a were insured. large amount of filling and shell in the I "ee.1 ;: / 5 "C.., Wind

:;\1 '. ?: I The City of San Antonio has again taken streets and on the crossings which cannotbe I .C-J..- m- c
jMi done in any other manner with, so little 00
13 ;1 1 ,irk her place on the Mallory Florida Line, and cost to.the. tax-payers and the burden so Saturday..Oct.13 78 78 76 76 NW.
t arrived here from New York on Thursday evenly distributed. Sunday ..............14 79 82 82 80 N\V.
m,yon ; evening having been detained eighteen I assume that for the 312 days one man, Monday ............15 80 86 83 80 N\V. ] BOOTS L
i I;"' ru horse and cart would cost at $2.50! per day, Tuesday..16 77 79 78 77 N.
hours in New York bay by heavy fogs. She
> (which was the lowest offer made last year Wednesday..17 79 80 79 78 NE.
,l... f brought 112 cabin and 30 passengers, and a by a drayman of the city to a member of Thursday..18 77 79 78 761 E. a-

f Y large cargo of general merchandise. the Council,) $780, the cost now not exceed- Friday..19 77 79 80 E. 0 V
A ing $504 thus saving the entire cost of pur- A
; i 1 Mr. Edwin Oliver, of New York, arrived chase of horse harness and cart, and have again COMPLETE STOCK y

Thursday evening by steamship San Antonio of $81 ; or, after buying the outfit, a MARINE.Port H

and made the Mirror a pleasant call. saving of$276 on the one year, and the out- 00 FORE
fit be worth then all it cost. or Fernandina.
I Mr. Oliver comes here in the interest of the HIGH WATER. STREET AND DRESS. 00
It may be claimed by those that have very
:' Florida Annual, which will be issued in little to do with working streets and scaven- Saturday, Oct. 20..11:11: A.M. 11:32: P. M. ..

about six weeks by Mr. C. K. Munroe. Mr. ger work that it does not require the use ofa Sunday, 21...... 0:00": 0:03 "
.. and all of ..... 0:29" 0:59" == LADIES' AND GENTS' d
Oliver left for Jacksonville this morning. man cart the time. I claim that Monday, 22 : .
,.... ,' one man cannot do all there is needed, oth- Tuesday, 23..._. 1:31 2:00: "
:/J Amelia Island experienced a very heavy erwise the Council would not be warrantedin Wednesday, "q4...... q'30"' Q'59" 00 MISSES,
paying a contractor to keep the road to Thursday, 25..... 3:29: 3:46 td
rain storm Tuesday afternoon and night. :
.: Old Town in repair by the year. Friday, 26..... 4:24" 4:48: & 00 CHILDREN'SAND
'1.'1- The rain poured down almost incessantly. As I have said, the very lowest that such .

', ,.f::' : During the afternoon of Tuasday,2.84 inches an outfit can be hired for is $2.50 per day, ENTERED.

.' ,Ii fell, and from 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon and our present system does not cost to exceed Oct. 14-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett, Z INFANTS
x $1.621)er day. thereby making, or saving I Savannah with and H
till 10 o'clock Wednesday morning 5:33, freight
y 1 to the tax-payers, 88 cents per day, or I passengers, to W. B. Tucker, == rr
': making a total rain-fall of 8.17 inches in $279.56 per year. agent. -

less than twenty-four hours. To recapitulate: We can, by reducing the 18-Scb. Emma C. Rommel, Philadel-
police force two men, save $870, which will ballast to J. Mizell &
phia ,
'. '! te As will be seen by the notice of dissolute pay for the entire cost of present day serviceon Bro.; SHOESL

: .' "i; :. tion of copartnership, Mr.W. S. Rawson has streets and scavenger work, $504, and 16-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett,
: Ii purchased the interest of Mr. McGinnis in still have $266 to pay special police on pub- Savannah with freight and passengers .
lic days, or as occasion require. .
to \V. Tucker.. agent.
the Livery Stables. Mr. Rawson,
cr Cost of night and day scavenger work and 18-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett, IMPROVED STYLES
'''l 4 who has been in charge here since the estab- on streets for the year 1882 was about $2,400 Savannah ;with freight and pas- Z

!; ; lishment of the stable, will in the future, as and this year the same service, or better and sengers, to W. B.Tucker, agent. 00 PERFECT FITTING,
in the past, endeavor to make the establish- more of it, will cost, including purchase of 18-S. S. San Anonio, Wilder 1,680
*' horse and cart, less than $2,000, and' the police tons, New York ; with freight N GREAT VARIETY,
ment first-class in every respect. force, as now is, at the rate $2,070 per and passengers to R. W. South-

+; Mr. J. H. Prescott, the Centre street boot year. wick, agent.
and shoe man returns from New York and In regard to paupers the writer.-has long 18-Sch. Sorata (Br.), Bernard, quar- 8
a been of the and has at various PRICES
opinion, antine to J. C. Read. FAIR 1
'fit the New England States this evening. :Mr. times, urged that the city have no paupers. 18-Sch. Mary; Newell, Lank, Phila- I

d': Prescott, during his absence, has been en- The statutes of this State provides that "The delphia; to Hilliard & Bailey. it 0;

,.# gaged in placing his orders for the fall and County Commissioners shall" provide for paupers -
imbeciles, lunatics, etc., and when CLEARED.
;;, winter in the large manufactories of those that is done there is no need of the City Oct. 13-Sch. Wru. Wiler, Donohoo Phila-

ht'. States, obtaining the best possible quality at i Council making any provision for them ; delphia; lumber, by C. H. Huot.

r+ the lowest cost. His good judgment, taste therefore I heartily concur in the chair- 13-Sch. Caleb S.Ridgeway,Townsend,
4 man's recommendation to place that por- New York; lumber, by Hilliard ] J. H. PRESCOTT r
and experience be relied In ad-
xi may upon. tion of the expense where it belongs, and I & Bailey. ,
i}" '' dition to the large stock of boots and shoes, think it can be more equally and efficiently 13-Sch.Josephine,Willett, New York; : 0

., Mr. Prescott has purchased a full supply of administered. G. F. AVERY, lumber, by Bucki & Son. 0

nt the latest styles of gentlemen's underwearand Member Finance Committee.A 13-Sch. S. B. Vrooman, Hughes,Wilmington <

furnishing goods. In another column number of bids received by the Com- Delaware; lumber, by
Payne, Cook & Co. FERNANDINA, FLA.
; will be found his new advertisement.A mittee on Streets, for lighting the street 15-S. P. City of .Bridgeton, Dennett,

tr i lamps and removing garbage, were openedand Savannah ; with freight and pas-

A Schooner in Distress. referred to the Committee on City Prop- sengers,by W. B.Tucker,agent.

The schooner San Juan, Captain F. A. erty, to report at next meeting.An 15-Sch. Carrie E. Woodbury, Bryant, ARRIVING WEEKLY
+ New York; lumber, by J. C.
lions, arrived here Tuesday last in distress. ordinance to amend "An Ordinance to Read.
# Captain Hons states that the San Juan leftCampeche Prevent the Erection of Wooden Buildings, 17-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett,

Mexico, on Tuesday, October 2d, and to Provide for Greater Security against Savannah sengers, by;W.with B.freight Tucker and,agent.pas- l Like an; Evil Spirit.In .

with a cargo of hemp, log-wood and fustic, Fires," approved August 5, 1876, passed sec- 18-Scb. Martinique, Lowell, Marti-
bound for New York. On last he olden times it was thought that evil spirits came in through cracks
Monday ond reading, and, upon the suspension of nique; lumber by J. Mizell &
I encountered a terrific hurricane in the Gulf the rules, was put upon its passage and Bro. and keyholes. The generally approved way to keep them out was to plug

stream, during which the vessel's spanker adopted.An 19-Sch.. Dora Matthews, Brown, New up the keyholes and stop the cracks with cotton. Notwithstanding these
.York ; lumber, by J. Mizell preventive measures, the evil things had their own and often came in
boom fore and jib booms and fore-sail were ordinance providing a Fire Depart- & Bro. way

carried away, and the rest of the sails moreor ment passed second reading, and under sus- 19-S. S. San Antonio Wilder, 1,680 as they pleased.So .

less torn. The rigging was also consider- pension of the rules, was placed upon its ", ::tons, New York ; with freight comes malaria now-a-days. We try to keep it out of the keyhole
and by R.W.South-
ably damaged, and to save the vessel and passage and adopted.An wick passengers agent. and it comes in by the crack. We stop up the crack, and lo! it comes froma

cargo the captain concluded to make the ordinance to provide for the Collectionof 19-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett, leak in the plumbing, or an opening from some neglected drain, or from

nearest port, Fernandina. The captain has License Taxes was referred to the Com- Savannah, with freight and passengers some unsuspected source and unguarded direction.

telegraphed to New York for new sails, and mittee on Rules and Ordinances. by W.B.Tucker, agent.IN We malaria but battle and
cannot always keep out, we can give it
will have new spars fitted here. The vesselis Upon motion of Alderman Robinson, the PORT. drive in
Sch. Emma C. Rommel Sloan. its effects from our systems. If BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is taken
leaking very little, and as soon as the president was requested to appoint a mem-
Sch. Sorata (Br.), Bernard. time, malaria has not a ghost of a chance. This is the great family medi-
t damage is repaired he 'will proceed on his ber of the Finance Committee in place of Lank.
Sch. Newell
Mary cine. Your druggist sells it, and you ought to keep a bottle in the house.
voyage. Alderman Proctor, and the president ap- Sch. Fannie W. Childs, Hart. -




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