Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 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 )
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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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\ V. FERNANDQTA: FLA.. SATURDAY. 27 1883. NO. 48.


FLORIDA'S MONUMENTTO We respectfully request the following NEW YORK GOSSIP. his place is kept open night and day. There WASHINGTON

named gentlemen to act as a subcommitteein .', would not be half the crimes in New Yorkif

HER CONFEDERATE DEAD. their respective counties, to-wit : DOR 'S POE-THE ARTIST'S PECULIAR STYLE- the police only did their duty, and not "SUNSET" ON THE OHIO ELECTIONS-HIS CAN-

General J. J. Finley has appointed the Alachua-Samuel C. Tucker. THE NEW YORK CRO2SUS AS A.'. DRIVER, wait until somebody makes it worth their DIDACY FOR THE SPEAKERSHIP-THE

following committee to raise funds for a Bake Bradford--C.--B.Henry McClenny.F.York. THE DEATH OF PINARD WHAT KILLS while to do so. RACES, ETC. '

monument to Florida's dead, who fell in de Brevard-C. B. Magruder. OUR GREAT CATERERS, ETc;, ETC. One of the most peculiar features of win- To the Editor of the Mirror:

fence of the Lost Cause," viz. : Calhoun- To the Editor of the Mirror: g ter fashions is the amount of jewelry which WASHINGTON!; D. C, October 20.

Mrs. General E. A. Perry, Captain J. F. Clay-M. A. Knight. NEW YORK, October,20,1883.; will be worn by gentlemen. Heavy gold Senator Beck the blue grass statesman
Columbia Colonel Walter R. Moore. r-
Tucker. Captain R. C. Parkbill. Dade- The literary market, is beginning. to grow watch guards will be the proper thing, and as he is called, and Sunset" Cox, of New
(Signed) ,
Secretary Reunion Association. Duval-Frank P. Fleming. active, and the Harpers are:in the van. three or four rings may be worn with impunity York, who has served over twenty-five yearsin

Having been appointed a committee as Escambia-Colonel J. P. Jones. Their publication of Dor 's Poi is certainlya This is an English fashion, and it was Congress are both in Washington. The
Franklin W. T. Ormond.
_ above named for the purpose therein set Gadsden-Colonel- R. H. M. Davidson. remarkable work, and well, worth the $10 introduced in England by military men and latter stopped over a day or two to attend

forth, we now enter upon the duty imposed Hamilton-Colonel J. H. Ancrum. asked for it. There are twen ,!-five plates, civilians who resided a long time in India. : the races. He was returning from Ohio, '

Hernando-John C. Law.Hillsborough noticed the other evening that Major Corn- where he had made
trusting to the lively interest which all must each of which is marked by Dor 's peculia- some speeches among

feel in so laudable and praiseworthy an un Holmes- -H. L. Mitchell. weird fancy. The drawings have an espe- wallis West wore no less than six rings all the Buckeyes, and had not forgotten to put

lhat the of thick yellow gold. It is hard enough at in a little work his
dertaking for that success which can only Jackson-Frank Philips. cial value from the fact they are on own account among

crown our efforts by a zealous and earnest Jefferson-Captain S. Pasco. last illustrative work which Por6 did. He present for young men of small incomes, members of the new Congress. Your corre-

cooperation of all from whom we feel we Lafayette-J. G. McCarty. ,', was engaged by the Harpers'' for,:this wok and who yet wish to cut a dash, to dress spondent met him in the corridor of the

have a right to look for aid and assistance.The Levy Leon-Major-J. I. Go/e.Alex. Moseley. ,:,. specially, and I believe he was paid $10,000for i properly. They will soon be compelled to hotel, and applied the interviewing appli-

passing years admonish us that if we Liberty-Dr. Jackson. the plates. His style is remarkable. The : retire enMrely from the social field. ances not without effect.
would not add to the shame of neglect the Madison-A. Livingston. pictures are not so much illustrations of the : What inferences do you draw from the
Manatee-Dr. J. C. Pelot. Notes from Brandy Branch.THE .
sin of ingratitude, we should set about the Marion-Colonel I. M. Martin. text as weird fancies suggested by them. In : result of the Ohio elections?*'s:aid the in-

task before us at once. Monroe-Charles Tift. the Raven there is no suggestion outsideof quirer. Well, the facts are that the Dem-

All who were thrilled and moved or sym Nassau-A. O. MacDonnell. the bird, the pallid bust of Pallas" and PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN THE COUNTRY-A NEW ocrats had a magnificent victory over all the

with the stirring and historic eventsof Orange-Thomas Shine. the name Lenore. To Dor 's'mind however I PREACHER-THE HOG CHOLERA.To obstacles and isms which the Republicanscould
pathized Polk -J. W. B-yant. the Editor of the Mirror :
161-5 should feel and realize that itis Putnam--Walle-. Fo'wa-d. the scene in the bleak room became I BRANDY BRANCH, FLA., October 23. raise. It was a fair contest, with the

not only a bounden duty which we owe to Santa Rosa-R. R. Sheppard.St. populated with weird goblins and demons whole vote out, and we beat them bad. The
During a hurried visit a few days since
our heroic dead, but that it should be a Johns M. R. Cooper. and on his plate they fill the air, giving the I Republicans have always claimed that if
the good citizens of the St.
Sumter-W. W. Cassady. among Marys
labor of love, and willingly cheerfully and S\HVanee-'V. B. Taylor. scene that peculiar ghasly look at wnlchDorti : river, your correspondent had the pleasureof they could only get their vote to come to

affectionately performed. All can help-the Taylor Thomas OsJeen.Volusia : was such an adept. The book is an the polls it would be fatal to the interestsand
noticing changes of interest
thousands, of their abundance-the many, -Cha-les Dougherty.WaKa''a immense success. The Harpers a-e now inent many prom- hopes of our side. They must now
which be mentioned the
with their mite. -T. F. Swear'ngen. selling the third edition, and each of them among may abandon such a claim. Ohio is today 50- .
I WaUo -John L. McKinnon. excellent condition of the schools, roads, etc. t
in of consisted of five thousand copies. 000 ,Democratic majority. Of course I count
All the other States one or: more Washington-General Wm. Miller. Mr. N. A. Hicks, trustee of the Deep Creek

their large cities have erected magnificent We have designated Mr. Charles T. Car- The accident to Wm. H. :Vander'nU excites school which is in of Professor Fr that we have gained one-third by the results .
monuments to their dead. Can we, whose roll, of Moiilicello, as the treasure/ the very little sympathy, as,it,was his own has set an example that others might feel, of the late election. It is out of the list of \'

soldiers were ever in the forefront of battle, committee, and request all money hereafter fault. He was on the wrong side of+lie road proud to emulate. The excellent footwaysacross doubtful States, and need not be watched in

and would not have been thrown had he the future elections. The inference is that
do less? collected to be reflated to him. We are ad- the branches ; the weeded ways lead- .

Floridians, whether in the Army of the vised that the aiioants already raised for not maintained his mulish obstinacy.' On ing to the school house, the nicely-finished the Republican party must go. of course,"

West, the Army of Northern Virginia or the monumental fund a-e sa
soil looked to by their than he. His overbearing, 'which by In9. "Do you mind my asking some questions
upon our own were and we do not propose:; to disturb then until window_sash and painted curtains all give
of de is entirely unconscious, makes about the probabilities of your election as
commanding generals as a sure arm "eqv 'ed.lrrs way everyman
evidence of the deep interest they have in
fence-and with the utmost confidence in Pe'ry, Who 1-as also been elected Re- he meets a conscious enemv. Besides :' the education of their children.It Speaker?" Not at all. I am a candidate,

their ability and willingness to successfully gent of the Solde"S': Florida Memorial As- he is remarkably ignorant of horse matters. is akin to an impossibility for a teacherin and I think I have agood chance for suc-

perform any duty assigned them, not count- sociation, respecJf: ul'y ;-equesfs tbe 'ad'es' in When he discharged Blair for what he con- the country schools to attempt to instillin cess. My opponents are both good men,

the cost the danger. The sidered mismanagement to Maud S., every but the trouble with them is that they are
ing or "
the seve-a1 corrt'es to -eo *ga'liae, with a the minds of pupils the importance of
Old Guard of Napoleon never performed view! iO coope ate with ,ibegeitlemen above horseman said that he was wrong, for Blairis both too strong. I expect to come in be-
education without the of
greater prodigies of valor or deeds of courage named. Repo-ts should be sent to her at an experienced man and knows and cooperation par- tween them." Mr. Cox looked jokingly at
Peasacola. ents or guardians. Probably one of the
than are recorded of Florida troops at Mur- loves the mare better than anybody that has the reporter as he said this.
commu'ee has divided'
Tte the work- most mortifying obstacles with which instructors -
freesboro, Gettysburg and Olustee. giving Mrs. E. A..er-y all of West Flo'ida' yet handled her. Vanderbilt has a great have to contend, and the most discouraging Will the Ohio members give you their
The legions which went forth to battle in post-o3ce? Pensaco'a' ; Middle Flo'ida to R. idea of his'driving powers, at which every support? "I think some of them will any-

your defence, and in vindication of the eter- C. Pa-Kn, DOS -office Moni, ceHo ; East and body laughs. It is a standing joke among to them ,is the irregularity of children's way. I shall be very much disappointed if
South Florida to James F. Tucker, post- attendance, caused by the seeming indifference ''
nal principles of home rule,selfgovernmentand office B 'sville-who' will receive and an- men on the road that at the time his team :. of those who should be the great- they do not. At this point Mr. Cox remembered _

constitutional liberty, were your fathers, swer all comnu.icaIons f-Ol' their esnec-: made their alleged phenomenal record, they interested. an engagement and hurried off.
est Patrons have shadow of
*" ._ no
husbands, brothers, sons, friends and neigh- tive distcts. simply ran away with him:" There is getting to be a very active still
bors. The sub-comav'-ee' will oblije by sendingus right to complain of faulty teachers, when hunt after the Speakership. I learn. Each w.
their wr'ttea with One by one the great caterers are dyingoff. :
acceptance, together they themselves treat the subject so lightly,
of !
From Pensacola where first shed candidates-Randall, Carlisle and .
they their
respective post-offices. This week Pinard died, and Charley ''
and evince so little regard for a work that is
their blood, on to Shiloh and Chickamauga, ResneCvfully, Cox, are canvassing members with persis-
Delmonico, the last of the family is still at
so essential to the moral and physical devel-
Williamsburg and Appomattox, Olustee and Mns. E. A. PERRY, tency and vigor. One result of this is that
Branch with his health shat-
JAMBS F. TUCK CR, Long badly opment of our country's future. the members have
refrained from
Natural Bridge-their marches by day and R. C. PARKHIL-.,, tered. It remarkable, too, that most of There is a man upon the "Big Bend" of makingany

by night-their camps, hospitals, outposts, Committee.AN the men in the business have heart disease. I promises.I .
i the St. Marys by the name of Johns, whose
( do believe
not that
skirmishes, combats and battles-may all be any positive prognos-
OSTRICH FARM IN FLORIDA.AN This is, no doubt, brought about by the bodily afflictions have reduced him to that tications be'
traced by the green graves of our dead, testifying can made until Congress assem-
high living in which they indulge, the lack
extremity that he seems to be courting the
bles. It is
generally conceded that it will be
their number how
of exercise the enormous quantities
attention of government officials, since he
their patriotism, how sincere their devotion PAIRS OF THE BIRDS. one of the three, but so much depends upon
spirits they are called to consume and i
upon cannot obtain help otherwise. He is so reduced -
how gallant their behavior, and how well The stock for the first ostrich farm in the the organization of the House and the polit-
oat good nature do consume. This is
of from rheumatism that he is unable
they performed every duty imposed United States was shipped from this city yes- ical combinations which it carries with it
upon terday. It consisted of three pairs of 3yearold what ruined Delmonico. It will take a longtime even to sit up ; but he has employed another that members cautious
them. Their and are usually in giving
sufferings, privations sac ostriches. The destination of the birds before his health will be reestablished.Last to wait upon him, and he is carrying
rifices these four eventful in their pledges, no matter what their personal
during years, was Sylvan Lake, Orange county, Fla.; the Wednesday I accompanied a friendto
around what is known there
as a traveling
their many trying campaigns, could only be mode of conveyance the Mallory Line steamer preferences: may be. I learn that a caucus
Western Texas. The birds the Fly Casting Tournament, which beganon bar-room. His accomplice is a oneleggedman
shipped weighed will be called
excelled by those of their more unfortunate by the Democrats last week in
from 150 to 200 pounds each, and stood Tuesday in Central Park. I have! been by the name of Rollison, and while November. 1
comrades who doomed to starve shiver political situation will be
were ,
about 7 feet without
high stockings. '
any trotting inen and listened to horse
among dealing out some of this liquid iniquity a few
and suffer as prisoners of war in the handsof They are natives of Nubia, in Upper Africa, thoroughly discussed at this time and thewinter's -
lies the hour but when it downto
by comes days he fell out with Riley Harris who
and were while ago
captured by
the enemy. young agentsof legislative campaign laid out. This:
Charles Reiche & Bro., this city and Ho- genuine and unnritigatedceconomization was so badly cut up that his case is consid- of
We recall these facts to show how great a summing up opinions is considered by
boken who are part proprietors of the pro- of truth, give me a fisherman. There were ered extremely dangerous.Rev. .
debt of gratitude we owe and how poorly it jected ostrich. It took eight months to some of the wisest statesmen of the party t(-
number of veterans and the
any Mr. Bazemore preached his farewell
has been requited.No transport safely the birds from Nubia to be absolutely necessary before a choice is
this way in which they endeavored to beat each sermon here last Sunday to an attentive au
reached here
pensions for our crippled soldiers, for city. They on September made of the Speaker. It is argued by them
2, and for the past six weeks have been rev- other in narrating what famous casts they dience. For what doth it profit a man if
thas the should
widows and party seek the'man and
orphans-no rich and powerful as
eling in a diet of a fine quality of hay and a had made was a marvel. Most of them car- he gain the whole world and lose his own
government to take them under its protect- delicious mash of bran, oats and crackedcorn the Speaker is the virtual leader of the Dem-
in the wilds of the Reiches' wild ani- ried that useful little instrument known as soul," was his text, and well did he handleit. he be
ing wing. Can we do less than erect this ocrats, ought to a man representing its
mal farm at Hoboken. Notwithstanding. a pocket pistol, and, as its contents gradually It was one of the most effective efforts I interests sectional
monumental pile to their memoryfragrant not or party legislation,
their cordial reception and princely treat- ; became part of themselves, they made the have ever known of him. It is thought that
as it is, with the loftiest patriotism, ment, they were a discouragadand disheart- : or any special trade or other interests, but a
the noblest courage, the truest devotion, ened set of birds when they set out on their wildest sort of wagers. The tournamentwas Rev. Mr. Deans will be sent to this circuitfor man who takes in the range of the whole

their voyage to the Sunny South. Their plumage. quite a success, but it was deficient in the next ecclesiastical year. He is very The
brows covered with laurels, their bat party. only way such a man could be
was much and broken and I that no provision was made for casting
very and has friends
popular, many among us.
tle chosen is
-flags written all over with their triumphs, seemed by calling a caucus and patiently .i :
they to pine forgone square meal of under river banks, under bridges across
M/. John Smith and :Mr. W. J. Ryals were -
battles and victories, we should esteem it a the sands of the desert. The attendants assert sifting the matter to the bottom, permitting -: "L, +

privilege to honor such men-proud to call that the broken plumage was due to the rocks and under other circumstances when baptized and were admitted into full fellow- all interests to have a hearing. These are :.

them our countrymen.The accidents and incidents of their long voy- the angler's skill is really to be demonstrated. ship as members of the Methodist Episcopal the kind of arguments used by the advo-

age rather than a yearning for sand as a Distance, delicacy and accuracy aloneare Church.
good and great General Polk : "A steady diet and the exhibition of cates of this plan.
not sufficient to equip a man for a suc- Considerable is heard in vari-
great thought never dies," and our humor- bad taste in the rejection of Hoboken tomato I saw :Mr. Beck at the races. There was:
cessful campaign in the Adirondacks.At directions of cholera. It is learned
tal cans and broken glassware as a substi- ous hog almost
of members
Lee said: Duty is the sublimest word a quorum there, and the-
in our language." tute.Mr. one of the theatres I met :Major Corn- that one man near us a few days since found officials were too numerous to mention-
Jones will be the guardianof wallis West the husband of the famous eight hogs dead in one bed. Some swine
If our Confederate people will but com- the flock o'n their arrival in Florida. He The President was among the number, and

bine these noble sentiments and make them has set apart 100 acres of his 500-acre farm English beauty, and whilom rival of Mrs. doctor would confer a favor by telling them that unique and spectacular creation of the :

the rule of their action, our State Monu- for the purpose of this experiment in farm- Langtry. They have both been in town for what to do. Cattle seem to be in a thrivingand tailor, Mr. Attorney-General Brewster,was a

ing. The land forms a peninsula extending nearly a fortnight, but have kept very quiet. healthy condition.
ment to Florida's prominent The latter tall
dead will be built-their into the lake which gives the town its figure. wore a
Mrs. West is at the house of a family whose Some of the section hands had on exhibi-
services bell-crowned fur hat
their This has been inclosed that
recognized, sacrifices remembered name. to keep out something was
their death honored, and her peoplewill alligators and other enemies of the ostrichrace. acquaintance she made in England, and is tion here yesterday a lizzard with two long, just the style about twenty-five years ago

A pen has been provided as a home evidently determined not to get herself distinct tails. He belonged to that class that
He also
show to the world that theyare not Unworthy wore a yellow waistcoat, not a vest
for the strangers, and they will be treated to colors the hues of objects -
talked about as Mrs. Langtry was. Besides change by absorbing
to share in the sacred memories, more of the hay and mash diet until they mind you, ruffles to his shirt and cuffs
q glorious recollections and hallowed associations shall become well enough acquainted with she has a very efficient watch dog in her near them, and it had no doubt, absorbed white gaiters to his shoes and as much jew

of the Lost Cause-the 'grandest struggle their new quarters to be able to shift for husband. He is a tall gaunt man, of for- the tail of some other lizzard in time elry as a Chatham street Jew. What does
of modern times, of which a great scholar themselves. Their first of feathers will
crop bidding who looks as if he had not long passed. Who knows?
appearance, the
and poet has written : be due next year, after they have moulted man mean says everybody. But I am
had deal of and little We are having plentiful showers now,and
a great experience very
Oh their present wholly unmarketable coat and forgetting Senator Beck. He likes a horse
realm of tombs but let her bear
got to work at the feather business in earn- money. we may reasonably expect a plentiful sup- much
_This blazon to the last of time race as as anybody, and was up and
*nation ; est. A year later, or when five years old, The excitement ply of mosquitoes soon, unless their little down
silliest the this
rose so white and fair thing in : over talking to and that, conferring
Or they are expected to be able to furnish two benumbed the chill"1 winds of
fell so pure of crime. crops annually and begin the raising of the mutual murder of Irving and Walsh, an wings early are winter. by TOM. with the judges, and joking the jockeys. A

The widow's moan, the orphan's wail. families. The result of this experiment will the notorious burglars is the outcry of the whole-souled man, and a pertinaceous fighter -

Come round thee; yet in truth be strong. be,.watched with much interest by scientificand police: Thank God that the c'ty is rid of The late Ab r 01 M.Cb bi'ou.lt: ; LaSalle; for Democratic principles.The .
Eternal right, though all else fail business men, as its success would
open "
them. indiclments (to be
Can Thee we-e enough Na3ava: county. bequealbed 25,000
never be made wrong. up a new and remunerative field for enterprising -
business men.-New York Times, October against them to have imprisoned them for divided enrw"y among ihe General Hosp- new Lay :torpedo, which was tried

of Confiding our people in the ana patriotism invoking and the liberality powerful SI.Tbebnc's. life, and as many mo-e could have been I I ta1, f i'e Fore ro* the Friendless, Abe Wom- some months ajo near: ConJ an;rnop1e, was

aid and influence of the press, without meVope lii the "o/ejo'ng ..- found if the police had willed it. Sbaog D-a- fti's C...'-'s '3'\ Associationbe: Ingles'de; <-'ed r. 'ee wee1.s si Ice in Ei lhh waters.

whose assistance we cannot hope to succeed, i'c'e r "veu he*e Ibis wee''!:, and we 'e t -ans- per's place, where the murders occurred is Hove, and ibe FoT ceopathc Hospi..a1, of ItweotOaYat; tbe start w'th a ;:eat rush,

we have the honor to be, very respectfully, tved to the Fenan ;ria & Jacksonville one of the worst bar-rooms in the city. Here Boffa'o. Fe aTso made geie"*ons beque's: to accompMsH ig the fist half mile in 2 min-
JAMES F. TUCKER, RaiVcsn. Quite a numbe' of people gathered plans for crimes are discussed and booty di- re'at-'ves ?dfr'e'!cls and to va ious churches, rtes 18 seconds, a much qtIc'er rate than

R. C. P ARKIIILL. at be dock to :ace a 'look at these new vided. Fights and brawls are: frequent. schools,and missions,some of them in Niagara had been ac'pated. After competing a

Committee. immigrants! to the Land of Flowers. Draper has no license to sell liquor, and yet county. mile, it was brought back in good condition.




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j i; :;'t. THE SACRED SIGN. neighborhood, probably on the Jefferson tint I -
I rich cream and salmon predominating
: out into
1: 1 '. I I his companion Potts was killed by Black- but these deepening nearer the into blessings for his goodness, I A Card
1 : ::1 The edges and showed greater gratitude than is
ship I in
( came slowly sailing feet, and he was captured. Almost brilliant red I
miraculously shades of brown green and found in crowded no wish to obtrude !
; : : Beneath a gloomy, threat nrng sky, he escaped from them and cities where the physician upon public
] j !, ,' And round her. by the lashed entirely yellow. The largest springs supplying mostof has to face dangers as great if they tempest naked, made his 'to my avocation.
J way a trading post on the water to the tiers of bowls on each of I
i't. ,; The waters of the bay rose high. the Bighorn. After this he lived for the always appear. I am afraid that the pleasure came here last spring
a terraces situated quietly
year are on broad with
t' 'I, I. a level of no
had I our companion pretentious -
she been
I t Long the was sadly interfered
sea the
J or more Bannocks
4'r r a ., And battles upon had she among whose range space covering some acres at the top of the with. The hardships of the campaign declarations. I have tried to be
I many fought included what is a
t, :, :t ,!,' With fearful storms and mighty winds Either during his now perilous the Yellowstone after Park.his hill. One has a basin 40 feet in length by proved too severe for some of the ladies. good citizen, to attend to my own business
journey 25 feet in width. The
4, ; '! That her destruction water is a turquoise 'The variations of the climate did not affect and not meddle
4 ,j'1 cruelly sought from with
it t ; escape the Blackfeet, or during his blue and my neighbors. I have
,;;, :. ;,'11 ,f' And bravely her so- so perfectly translucent that the them, but tough elk"aUlI frightful roads
the to
way journ Bannocks he come make this
among became most
ac- microscopic fretting deep down city future
: Had upon and trails overcame them. In my home and
'i '.11."J safely through all perils passed, quainted with the one or two
region of the hot the sides and of until
springsand bottoms the
! pools recently
perfectly fever followed that
And and life would have the
: yet nor moon nor stars shone out for we find him fact of
gevsers, in Missouri
i; .,;,' ,," ,t : When she drew near to port at last. 1810 telling marvellous tales of lakes burn- springs visible.everywhere.This is The the crust case with between the hot the been lost had he not acted as nurse as well my coming would excite the ill-will of any

i'l r : I : 44 ing pitch, of land on fire, hot springs and springs seems rather treacherous and it doctor.It one ; but of late as many malicious
: : :1 It may behave brought ill luck His stories is was not pretended that after we left the reports
\.. I''I" Said who geysers. were of course, treatedas impossible to get about without soaking the about me and my business have been
stood Park
t, ., one by Captain travellers' tales, and Colter's Hell" feet Hotel we should meet with anything circu-
.1 **As Jonah did. used was with hot water. The play of the watersas like lated, I have
to such
i They say classed with Liliput "Symmes' Hole '' and accommodation. We were fairly thought best in this public

r : i That ne'er with me came ought of good, other inventions of over-developed imagina-, of they seethe up from the cavernous throats warned that we should have to camp out, manner to say to those who
the seem
tJ. : ; And it but the truth pools and undulate in miniature so deeply
was and
they spoke. tion. Colonel must think ourselves lucky if we had a
'i Raynolds, in his interested in
I wild and reckless report on waves is wonderful. The rays of light my affairs, that it were
N was a boy; the explorations of the Yellowstone are tent to sleep in. Food of some kind was more
", :: :' 'n I In me father had refers refracted by the agitation upon the surface, manly I to say what they have
t'i my no pride, to some Munchausen tales promised at certain spots, and the guides, to say aboutme
respecting eand
ft ;t l i In me my mother found no joy : factions and fossils-that rabbit petr hens are refracted into all the colors of the who were armed, would look after our safe- to me instead of to some one else-believ

t : I I grieved the hearts I should have cheered, and other animals usually found in sage such localities feature prism. The of all hot-water vegetation is a curious ty. Stray tourists had penetrated to the ing that I shall at all times be able
t the cooler to
! ; ;" I : And spurned the help of friendly hands ; to be rills which flow from upper geysers, waterfalls and lake, but ours defend
& : were seen perfectly petrified the the
: ; j! And then, disgraced, I fled to roam and that the petrified bushes bore the boiling springs. There are an abundance was the first party in any number who had principles I advocate, and to sustain at
most of
.i-k *, ; .; t< IK For ten long years in foreign lands. wonderful fruit. There are fields of sage a conferva yellow, covered green,with red, white and browns faced the perils-if perils there were. Eighteen the bedside the reputation that homoeopathy

:d'' ..' :t .I.l "And not one word to kith nor kin well as bits of forest lying in close proximity stream in long threads of sulphur silken ,textures which and on ladies horseback and gentlemen started for in the light Norris wagons has earned wherever it has been tried, of

.' to groups of springs which have been petri through the Gey- being a superior method of
"t I sent. I knew them glad t to be fied gullies. I perfectly agree that ser Basin-a distance of miles. treating the sick.
while twenty-five
1, h Free from standing. The hot silicious water in some in It is fact
shame and wretchedness from the possibly most places thee The extreme difficulty of the road made it a worthy of notice that the only
spring is drawn
' ., .,, up through th ground is
t That in those Unless
days of
were .
part me.Ay you are exceedingly attacks
', pores of the wood, and between the wood equal an ordinary journey of at least fifty. upon homoeopathy come from those
; t' 1 shame that careful foot
so last would
heavy at your crush
Ii,.. and the bark, by capillary attraction The first hill was so exceedingly steep the who know nothing about it. What
1" Its and, through a piece of the thin would
t l I weight a mother could not bear ; crust, and be ruts so deep, the cutting so uneven, the an-
'.. I h n ; And he is lost, indeed-almost- depositing bush is silica wherever it goes the treeor plunged into boiling water. Even at the gles so sharp, and the soft dust so blinding you think of an individual who professed:

i: ', 'r Of whom a mother can despair. rapidly transformed into rock. outer rims a Considerable distance from the that I wonder we did not then and there to teach mathematics but who,
After upon exam-
,, ,, ::1 : Almost-not quite, thanks be to God horse leaving the railway, and seeing the centre of that* seething, boiling' pool, the I abandon expedition. Congress has voted ination, would be
thieves compelled to
.1 r :. safely conveyed away, we had water was so hot that it hurt acknowledgethat
: f : For I have, friendless and alone, you to dip the sums of money for roads to be made and
: I our first experience of the roads throughthe finger into it. When he had no practical
$r' J With His help, striven manfully the wind blew towards now that the President has visited the Park knowledge of the

,1'.r"';'r :- f 11 ;I: For youthful folly to atone. only valley sixteen The eighteen distance miles to the hotel was us for an instant the hot blast of steam was and seen for himself what: is the real state subject, and that his information was of the
or but the
t unbearable.
Y M 1 ,'r} tinual jolting and of 'curiosity is to dip a bottle or of affairs, the officials will be a little more most vague description ? Would think
"And now I ask my doubting heart bumping the wagonswas piece of metal into the pools after lying you
; in their
earnest work.
;: (I know they live) will they again, so severe, and the clouds of dust so annoying there for some hours it becomes coated with ists and Probably arrive when tour- his opinion entitled to the same credence as

, !. i l'a They who once loved me, smile on me, that many failed to recognize the I a white deposit. Cleopatra is themost pleasure parties next year the that of one who had painstakingly and for
spring roads
.. will be safe and and
v the
; easy enough,
: magnificence of the I
't mountain
J Or do I
welcome seek in beautiful.
vain ? scenery This is
' on a mound of deposit difficulties and discomforts years been in constant and
of study
\, j life will practice of
which camp
All omens have forbidden hope, we were passing, and longed 40 feet high, and extends about three-
' have vanished. At present, the the science?
r.J I "I ; Strong powers have dela'ed.our bark, for the moment when we should arrive at quarters of an acre. It has a temperature of greater portion -
of the
1 \I I f- it: And as we near the land tonightAround the mammoth hot springs. At last we 154 at the edge. Each time we gazed journey and is unsuitable for carriages For centuries; people have received their
safe for
only horses.
reached the hotel
4f. delighted at the chanceof these
us is dark. mammoth hot medical
everything springs the wonder of ideas from
However, we pushed on and, left an allopathic standpoint.Is .
F having
\Jt' 44 warm sulphur bath and
Not the a of their formation
'1 everything, Captain said, prospect increased. A geologist gives
the mammoth hot it
i l' rest. The National Park Hotel springs, ascended the strange that any departure from those
: With pointing finger.U Friend look which i is the following as his impressions : 4' The first

::'J, \r) 'f'f, there! not yet finished is one of those buildingsastonish glimpse of this singular scene, caught from steep nearly face 3,000 of Terrace feet above:Mountain the which risesto old-time principles should be regarded with
; .. 'k'. .,,r" And lo a wondrous'cross that seemed which English visitors, on accountof a crest of the dividing ridge, recalls the ter- We starting point. disfavor? The allopathic dose has been for
passed through forest of fir and
: f{ .",, ;1. By spirit hands held in the air. the rapidity with which it has been mination of a glacier. A mass of pine, so long time
tit ? snowy and nearly three miles on reached the mid- a regarded as the size
. -"; ;,! erected, and the general comfort for whiteness proper ,
guests. from
..;!>1 -.'f f'jJ.,,.,. :, Above the sleeping city, like I The bill authorizing the formation of the and presents protrudes a steep front a lateral to the pine valley dle fork of the Gardiner river, where we that the homoeopathic dose seems, by com-

'f :: t : Stars blended in a beacon-light, Park Company was only passed late in the plain at its base. The contrast between narrow it mired learnt what the it was to ford a stream and ad- parison, to be absurdly small; but to those
M' of the
i" J : \ : It brightly shone, and'welcome spring ; all arrangements for tourists had and the sombre workmanship American
gave hue of the pines all round who have tested homoeopathy the old-school
So tremendous ,
U,: :[ To all who came from sea by night. afterwards to be made. Yet at this long heightens the resemblance of its form wheelwright. was the jolt-
(I distance and ing and bumping that the wonder was the dose seems just as much too large. The
1i And hurr beyond the frontier only
; many, deck -sixty miles to
of ice.
. J I' aspect a mass It is all rock however
..:l lh':' Cried : Ever blessed be those who made from the nearest railway, and in an almost; deposited by the hot water, which, -, wagons vived shocks did not which wholly would collapse ; they sur- way to learn which is the proper one is by

!i i i : .lA Their church uphold the sacred sign !1" inaccessible region-we found accommodations issuing from innumerable openings down wrecked anvehicle known in instantly have actual trial of both : of course, if the small

!':,, r.t,: cct4,:, : And many wept, and many prayed, for five hundred people. The long veranda the valley, has. in course of time, filled it The obsidian, or volcanic an glass Europeancity. cliffs one will cure the disease just as soon as the

, '- ,. And he. the wanderer, feared no more reception, dining and music roomsand up with white sinter. Columns of steam
" ( d'I"- The shadow I of J his early sin, corridors were brilliantly illuminatedwith rising from the mass bear witness were among the earliest objects of ,special greater one, the former is to be preferred.If .
even at
,i a. t ;,T;[ i As toward the cross upon the spire the electric light. At the Fifth Avenue distance to the nature of the locality." One a interest. These crags rise like basalt in al- we are to believe all that these no- {

;.I i 't fi1 The ship went in.Harper'8 Hotel, New York or the magnificent Palmer mcst vertical columns from the eastern
r slowly sailing gentleman, who was much more ofa fisher- shores of Beaver Lake. from information enemies of homoeopathy imply
They 150
House are
at visitors
; Chicago know that
they man than
r Weekly. will obtain every luxury which it is possible whether a geologist, determined to test feet to 250 feet high, and 1,000: feet long. by what they say, those who practice the
was possible to catch trout in the
to purchase ; but English and American Gardiner river and cook This volcanic glass glistens like jet, but is science are impostors,and those who employ
them in
f ; { TIlE YELL 0 JVSTON!! PARK. French and German a boiling quite opaque. Large blocks of it had from
hardly expected to find close it fools-fools
' tlti spring by without moving himself are who do not understand
{ time to time become detached

' J"' \ 'jj MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS. here prettily meal a printed variety of menus offeriifg at taking the fish off the line. No one believed sloping barricade to the hot springs, forming at the a their own business, but require the watchfulcare

, ,' ; every fruit fish broiled such. a thing could be done but the expert -
of Beaver .Lake inrongn this I of their
roast, fried and stewed dishes, and after din- margin obstacle neighbors.
t it to
angler proved demoustration.
: The singular region now known as the ner spacious music saloon His first Colonel Norris, late superintendent of There
a with
a grand:: trout-true it was rather are quite a of life insurance
i : Yellowstone National Park is situated in Steinway piano for small-was so the park, had to clear a road, and he effectedit
amusement. It
dif- boiled
was that it
". ., midst of the most elevated part of the Rocky ficult to imagine how the third disappeared. The second and by lighting fires upon the masses. After companies that make a discount of ten percent
h kept
Mountains Nowhere else in the world- staff of servants together in manager such a wilder-a the were hotel.a success We had, and brought triumphto being sufficiently expanded the heat, cold in favor of those who employ hom o-

: : within an equal to be hardly taken up our water was dashed over them. This fracturedthe
area-are such ness. They were said to be always on a quarters when an adventure pathic physicians: if you employ an allo-
> beautiful and awful displays of nature. So "strike to demand which occurred to blocks into detached masses, and a glass
;, wages would tour or five members of yathic physician
varied and the party, which at made you are charged for your
so extraordinary are the scenes be a handsome salary for a London clerk. first carriage way was a quarter of a mile

t \ j that it is almost impossible to convey any and generally to give more trouble than all was but sufficiently disagreeable and seri- in length. Blocks of obsidian are to be policy ten per cent. more than your homo-
+ : ; adequate idea of them afforded matter for a found at places in the The Indians
\ + by pen or pencil. the visitors. If so, the manager wisely kept good laugh. many park. pathic neighbor.It .

:.J'" ; People of education whom I met with on my his guests from learning about his trouble. thought regarded, They their were lads who it was used it in making arrow heads weapons has been said in Fernandina that homoe
: t return incredulous own pleasures more and tools. Beaver Lake sheet of
. were at of the descriptions a
l We almost well
aj were as served as at than the
any comfort of their fellow opathy is no treatment at all that it is
; they would believe there were hotel in a city. The servants were certainly Somehow the voyageurs. water half a mile in length, and a very pret- ; only

hot sulphur springs, but not of such magni- a mixed lot ; they represented nearly! found at hotels hunters who are always to be ty little piece of water called the Lake of the little dab of water." This assertion induces -
on Western frontier
tude or presenting such curious features ; nation, and spoke almost every tongue. The heard that the 4t dudes "-so the Americans Woods, varied the scene, which had become me to say what I would not otherwise
they could credit there monotonous. During the drive had
i were spouting gey hot sulphur baths were no fiction, but a had named them-were we seen consider in good taste: I assert that homoe
,a r i sers: but not of such size and terrific aspect most refreshing reality the hot water the going to bathe in small geysers, but I pass them by without
that alone is ; came Gardiner, and resolved to give them a comment the visited opathy cures all diseases more and
one spot justly called "Hell's through wooden troughs direct to the baths The as ones we farther on, rapidly
Acre ;" they could understand there fright. young fellows proceeded abouta completely dwarfed them by their immensesize surely than allopathy that it
being which were at a short distance from the ho- mile, and having tied their can ; cures diseases -
K desolate but up hordes en- and awful character. Of the
plains, not thousands of course at
acres tel. There that
were so other to allopathy cannot that
many things joyed a swim. To their alarm, three cure ; the
fully- time had novel
withered effect.
as by they a Londoners -
some Almighty very
curse near think about that I did
not ascertain their armed
.: ;1 which no living thing approaches without medicinal value, but the effect mounted desperadoes rode up and do not often drive along a road with sub- mortality under allopathic treatment in

j"f feelings of horror and dismay, and from soothing to the skin. We were soon was invitedto very them firing to their revolvers as a warning, ordered terraneous waterworks on fciuiersiue. iney acute disease is greater than when no medicine -

.;..: which he flies, happy to escape with life. view the mammoth hot springs half give up their watches, jewelry" and are not often startled by hearing a roaring, whatever is given and that a large
They to "throw
i could money. up, as it is rushing sound and behold fountains of
They as truth that there
accept were mile to the The number
.t right. ascent is rather troiit -viz. : to throw their and the most eminent of allopathic
cascades up arms boiling water high and
waterfalls flying
and up. throwingoff
canons interesting blesome and
,and beautiful, but not of such overwhelming for, at the while upper terraces even difficult hands to show they had no revolvers. Whileone clouds of steam, which in the sunlight physicians have testified to the fact ; that
a both
,.\.. :" grandeur that in some features they ac- strong nerves lady to ,face the positive sexes stench require of rifle of his the confederates men covered made the youths them with his drift away like huge masses of frosted snow. quinine and calomel are des rnctive to life
tually surpass the glories of the great Niag- and the Then the fountains as suddenly fade away, and health.and
t sulphur hot blasts of air. These remarkable their horses and then deliver their valua- whogives them an enemyto
: ara itself. Even old travelers laughed at leaving only a pool of bubbling water to

the story that a fisherman could take his 1,000 feet terrace-building above the Gardiner springs river are about into bles. Having possessed themselves of these mark the spot. Our first night's camp at the public-moreover, that they are entirely -
stand upon a point and without moving an which their flow is squatters or whatever they Norris Geyser Basin was welcomed with a unnecessary in the treatment of any
discharged. The i
i ;+ L inch catch his trout on one side and then rial they deposit is mainly calcareous, taken mate- to really the were hotel, rode off and brought their booty shout. Nothing could have been more pic- disease that prevails here.
where it
;t.' ., throw his line into a hot stream and cook was at once surren- turesque than the tents pitched on a little
up by the hot water as i it finds its way to the dered. The victims of this Confident in the superiority of the systemI
it. In this region rise the springs of the surface through practical joke plateau surrounded by trees, a river flowing
cretaceous strata. walked back and immediately took steps to just below and a high of mountains now practice, and after a trial of both, I
Missouri-Mississippi stream, as well as of Mr. II. J. Winser, in his description of their have their range

", the Columbia ana Colorado and nowhere ceaseles action, says : The water issues: at after the affair assailants arrested, for some time all around. We were dirty, dusty and hot. am willing to abide by the results that the

,fit else are to be seen, so close to the surface, various elevations on the terraces from highly indignant was at the explained they were Toilette arrangements were of the simplest test of future years shall bring.I .
outrage. Amongstthe fashion. A wooden bench in
such evidences of vast subterranean fires. was placed
many vents, in pulsating waves, which guests assembled opinion was dividedas the and few and regret the dog-in-the-manger spirit that
In 1872 the United States Congress, having overflow the basins and open, a jugs basins, with a

4'. received the survey of Professor F. V. Hayden layers of the substance deposit]held thin in corrugated solu- Some to how the incident should be regarded. limited supply of towels were served out. has been displayed toward me, and which
laughed at it lesson
as a to fellows -
; tM decided to withdraw this portion of tion. This deposit is moderately! hard while not to have too young We were our own servants and had to fetch has induced me to "strike back." I would
high an opinion of water from the river but
1 r the public domain from settlement and de wet, but becomes quite soft and friable i it more fortunate like to live in
s as themselves. Others deemed that in a brotherly way with all in
.. d England
.. vote it in perpetuity to the use and pleasureof dries. The slow but ceaseless holiday camping parties on the Thames,
operations of it would have been impossible, and ought to could the city I have no desire to meddle
a the people as a public park. The tract the springs has resulted in we get hot or cold water from the ; with
building ter have been
; embraced up condemned. Two or three days same spot. Like the COOKS on board the affairs of I
lies feel
mainly in Northwestern Wyoming race after terrace of scallop-edged I later some any one; no envy toward
limpid when I had the honor of introduction
; an of
; r '.-\.. .' including a narrow strip of Southern pools and basins of hot water of varied size, to the President at the Upper Geysers dining cars our purveyors were so any: one, even if my neighbor's success ex-
r ;:, ,. Montana anxious to provide dishes
and Eastern Idaho. It contains form and As viewed many. that they
temperature. from
the he said that ceeds I shall
his scouts had mv own : always his
;1. brought information -
i an area fifty-five miles in width from east to station of the park superintendent the visitor signally fa led in au ; tougn elk oauiy .
i p west, and sixty-five in length from north to sees floating clouds of steam and the committed. He a robbery had it actually been broiled is not the most appetizing meat even opinion-he has a right to it, and I claim

south, or about 3,575 square miles. Most of glaring bulk of the principal snow-white The desperate was glad was no worse. to a hungry traveler. It must be confessed and shall always defend the same right form.self.
., :,r i t the territory is situated east of that portion terraces, 200 feet above the plateau at their live in these mountain men who manage to that the larder was rather limited and the

of the main range of the Rocky Mountain base." Some indeed have said ranges are not utter- table decoration quite horrified our foreign
people, the ly without the of E. LEROY JONES.
feelings ordinary civilized
s' friends. A few bottles
chain in which the with "dips" do not
are sources of the Madison first
sight reminded them of the white cliffs
#'t I beings. Dr. Durant a very eminent physi- Fernandina, Fla. Oct. 26 188S.
;: and Gallatin rivers, the middle and east at Dover. This plateau is covered with cian of New compare favorably with electric lamps, but ,
numerous York had
;1i : ern of the three large streams which unite caverns of various come out with us they had one decided advantage. The light
depths size, anxious to see what was the truth respecting feeble that until
was so the became
J' and form the Missouri. The lowest eye accustomed -
'ii eleva which the basins "
1 were once of ancient "
I : tion of of the of Wonderland. One night proved very to the semi-darkness the scantinessof SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
any narrow valleys the
( r springs. Groups of pines or single trees wild and boisterous, the rain fell in torrents, the repast was unnoticed and
park are 6,000 feet above the level of the somehow disappointment -
sea, manage to live in the crumbling and we all congratulated ourselves
i, 7'L and several 1,000 feet and feet we were did not destroy appetite. After sucha --
are 2,000 higher. calcareous deposit, but they have a decayed not abroad on the dangerous hills
Mountain or dinner as we could make we gathered THE
ranges hem these valleys in and blighted At STEAMER
appearance. evening
just mountains. As
l+ dinner was announced
on every side, rising 10,000 feet to 12,000 feethigb. before darkness falls-and in these latitudes i man came in and asked for the doctor. He a round a huge log fire, which the guides had

U. Even in the middle of summer the it falls lighted. The change of temperature was
suddenly-they look like had
so many heard, he said, there was such a gentleman felt instead
r soon of
seldom ; light coats and I
nights are free from frost-on one or spectres. As we scrambled the with wrap-
two nights during our experience the water dusty road to the first terrace up steep us. His wife was sick, dying. pers, we were all glad to borrow blankets Nllthh
I we passed two Would he
come and her?
; help They had a for overcoats and then it r
t froze-and during the day the heat registers remarkable isolated shafts named even was difficultto
Liberty on the hill but the doctor
L #? 125, yet the air is so pure and dry that life I Cap and Giant Thumb. The stranger is should away be Brought back.; keep warm; but it must be recollected
l 1' is most Mr. safely Suddenly a that we were at an altitude of nearly 8,000
enjoyable. Gannett
Henry i in amazed how they could have been formed. horrid '
h; .l 1; his report to Dr. Hayden on the geographical Both cones have evidently been built whisper went round. The man was feet. That night, if cold, was remarkably :._r -- -
up by reported to have shot stabbed
} field work of the United States Geological the overflow of water from the top. These He or seven men. fine and the sky was a vast expanse of radiant -
was believed to be
Survey during the season of 1878, says : deposits are hard, of compact structure and atrocious generally capable of stars. Only a few days distant from CITY OF BRIDGETON
act. all
i c *" any Disregarding entrea- the busy life
of what
struggling cities
The first authentic information a
regarding considerable It is
when the
only main
age. ties not to venture out on such a wild,black strange, fairy-like to all. Seats of leave Fernandina for Savannah
1a the great natural wonders of the world was basin has been reached that one can form night Dr. Durant. certain scene us WILL'

t ?* derived from a prospecting party, under the any true idea of the place. The with taking medicines I some kind were obtained for the ladies and Brunswick Monday, Wednesday

t. leadership of Captain W. W. DeLacy, who, and magnificence are for a time bewildering.novelty jumping him into, told the the man he was ready, and then tourists, guides, and wagon drivers all and Friday, on arrival of train from Jack-

in 1S63, visited the Lower Geyser Basin. The terraces are built delicate wagon was instantly lost gathered round the blazing logs. Tobaccowas sonville.

t tFl Previous to this time it seems that the region structure of exquisite lace-like up upon fretwork a and sight of. Some hours afterward he returned, served out, and the guides related tales Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer-

fatigued: indeed, but uninjured. Faithfulto of the woods, and much flattering nandina and Brunswick on Tuesday Thurs
was known to but a few hunters and the color varies from gave more ,
purely dazzling white his
promise, the man and the driver of and enthusiastic of the conditionof day and Saturday at 6
and their tales reports evening p. m.
trappers, were treated as the to all shades of yellow, brown and red. Another the had by that instinct
wagon the
Y wildest of romancing, as, indeed, many of writer remarks : 4< The higher terraces which only comes of such a life, to drive up our after experience over which proved we had to deserved.pass than Deck Pass. without Heals, $3.00

I them were, the mind of the trapper being present an front the they
imposing contour of and down steep declivities which are bad When
to at we turned in we were all soon Cabin 4.00
singularly prone exaggeration. The ear their,scalloped margins at once suggesting enough in daylight, and to attempt whichin fast
asleep, despite the and
liest reference to the hot mosquitoes severe -
1 springs is in the frozen waterfalls. Over the rims of the basins dense
blackness is to seek death. The Excursion "
fatigues of the dav.- 7.00
t+ stories of a trapper by the name of Colteror on the topmost level the water gently woman-was very, very ill. Fortunately the Lmdon Correspondence

Coulter, who accompanied Lewis andClarke's pours until it finds its way into the reser- doctor had medicine with him which would Telegraph. Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia -

celebrated expedition across the voirs next below, repeating this process until relieve if it did not care the disease, and he Boston, and Baltimore.For .

continent. On the return of this expedition i the bottom is reached. The deposits was enabled to leave a supply for future use. Nassau Fibre, tickets and state-rooms, apply at the

when below the mouth of the Yellow which result from evaporation at the mar- Eagerly watching every act the man at last Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. .

;; stone, Colter was discharged at his own request gin of each basin are exquisite in form and demanded what fee. Nothing. The hus- For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto A. MERCIER

and immediately retuned to the coun color. The coating of the sides of the basins band of the sick woman was incredulous. anything else in use. For sale by General .
try above the forks of the Missouri. In this and pools takes on varied and delicate Passenger Agent.J.
every Nothing for such work! No. Then .
they June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.? N. HARRIMAN, Manager.


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TIlE WOMAN OP TIlE SOUTH. the legislation authorized to be adopted by I I ,.' :.i I ..' DRUGS, MEDICINES ETC. Professional and Business Cards.E. .

Whenever the demagogue of Northern Congress! for enforcing that amendment i fs "..-. ,.

politics grows weary of ku-klux the South not direct legislation, on the matters respect- i I I ,I'\ .."'-,". EST...o: nLISI.IED 187 1. .
which the States prohibited from LEROY JONES, 3I.D.,
lie assails Southern women. He claims that ing are '
they were enthusiastic over secession, encouraged making or enforcing certain laws or doing \ .:: : ;.. '. --

rebellion, and that they still hate certain acts, but is corrective legislation nec- .... !,_ ,tJ :.: So/4: .. DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SUEGE01T,

or for counteracting and redressing ... ". 'bm.J
the Yankee with a bitterness almost personally essary proper "-.-" '"'. '- ;t: A$ .'
dangerous. The first part of the the effect of such laws or acts ; that c' 'lifliiih''s'.::' .;....... Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua,

charge is true-the latter an outrageous in forbiding the States, for example, .to deprive :.;. ,, :. .: 1.N.; .
of life liberty or '
gamier. Modern history cannot name a any person property :'V Itf"Jt. ,
war in which the wives and daughters of anarm" without due process of law, and giving Congress ''j" ': ,U
were more enthusiastic and selfsacrificing power to enforce the prohibition, it .:. :,: .... ..'c.... CaUs answered promptly day or night,and
To the men of the South the war was not intended to give Congress power to '. > : ." -iii l PHARMACISTS ]= Medicine furnished without extra charge.

was the- solution of a political problem. To provide due process of law for the protectionof ;.' Office hours :-a. m. until 8 ; p. m. 1 to 2

the women it seemed an attempt of the life, liberty and property (which would ',. !'. :J;" and 7 to 8. 22 ly*

North to conquer and desolate the country. embrace almost all subjects of legislation), Ii ** : .

They firmly and earnestly believed that the but to provide modes of redress for counteracting Centre Street, DR. "V. E. SNYDER,

Smith had long been oppressed, and that the the operation and effect of State laws I,.

war was to further abridge rights and liber- obnoxious to the prohibition. ..., FERNANDINA, FLORIDA,

ties. Believingthus, it may be safely asser'ed' Third.-That the Thirteenth Amendment ;t, ; g

that nineteen out of every twenty women in gave no power to Congress to pass the sec- ;', KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- ;;..
the South were Trojans in their courage, tions referred to, because that amendment of FRESH and PURE FOR- mH1) =

Spartans in their fortitude, and Romans in relates to slavery and involuntary servitude, \- EIGN and DOMESTIC ) c

their faith and self-sacrifice. Husbands and which it abolishes and gives Congress power -:.';. t'1Z =

fathers: and brothers wee made ready for to pass laws for itsenforcement ; that this Drugs and Chemicals, .p.. ----: .

war and given a woman's blessing,and even power only extends to the subject-matter of i

had the Confederate conscription act been I the amendment itself, namely : slavery and Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines fl \ ..
less stringent, the able-bodied men who involuntary servitude, and the necessary incidents -

. shirked service could not have livedat and consequences of those conditions -
. military Proprietary and
Fancy Goods, W3I. B. C. DURYEE
: that it has nothing to do with the ,
home for the taunts of the women.
History will never detail the self sacrifice different races or colors; but only refers to FRED W. HOYT & CO. FINE TOILET
and heroic courage of Southern women. No slavery-the legal equality nfdUIerent races a- ,
and classes of citizens being provided for in
the the of the
matter as to right or wrong
cause-they believed it was right. The blow the Fourteenth Amendment, which prohib- '' PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT,

fell the family household early and ited the States from doing anything to interfere FERNANDINA, 'IA.,
with upon full force. In Virginia seven out of with such equality ; that it is no infringement IN GREAT VARIETY. FERNANDINA, '. FLA.

ten families were without men folks at home of the Thirteenth Amendmentto
within three months from the first battle. refuse to any person the equal accommo- Physicians' Hay, Corn, Oats
Grocers Grain Dealers Prescriptions
Father and sons went together. The wife dations and privileges of any inn or a placeof ,
and mother gave all she had, and then public entertainment, however it may be carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at W. K. BAUKNIGHT,

turned to face further anxieties. There were violative of his legal rights ; that it imposes AND reasonable prices.DR. AGENT.WHOLESALE .
thousands of women in the Old Dominionwho upon him no badge of slavery or involuntary -
had never laced their shoes or combed servitude which imply some sort of sub- AND RETAIL

their hair. The slave was at hand to obey jection of one person to another and the incapacity General Merchants.CHOICE BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER.. _

nod. These women sent their husbands incident thereto such as inability ANDDealer

every and sons to the front, and they faced to hold property, to make contracts, to be J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. in Ice
parties in court, etc. and that if the original
the of food In cases ;
question supply. many TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
Civil which abolished these incapacities PALMER BRO'S ,
the slaves ran away. When this occurredthe Rights act, ,
woment went into the gelds ahd put in might be supported by the Thir- FAMILY GROCERIES, BROOM STREET WHARF,

such could. Where the slaves teenth Amendment, it does not, therefore, -+++! M'1 1lf" { 19-tf FERNANDI 'A. FLA.
crops as they I I II I--H' !II I I I- I i r-\ !II Ml-I r--l-
remained, the mistress was forced to act as follow that the act of 1875 can be supportedby

her own manager and overseer, and assume it. HAY, CORN OATS, BRAN, FEED, PHARMACISTS1H LOUIS A. C. LANGE, .
all responsibility. There are plenty of Fed- Fourth.-That this decision affects only
eral troopers still living who found educated the validity of the law in the States and not ,1--H II M l-i-j- j i' 1 I- I M, I- I M I UPHOLSTERER, .

and cultured Southern women wielding hoes in the Territories or the District of Colum FLOUR, GRITS AND MEAL, I' -:\ ;

and holding plows in the cornfield withinsix bia-where the legislative power of Congressis Street, near Depot, Foot of Centre Street,
months of the opening of the war. unlimited-and it does not undertake to

It was the Southern women more than decide what Congress might or might not do FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
the provost marshals who checked desertionand under the power to regulate commerce with AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

made offences odious. The Confederatewho foreign nations and amongst the several Furniture repaired in the best manner.

left the front without leave found no States, the law not being drawn with any $!ABSOLUTELY PURE Hair Mattresses made to order at short

welcome outside of his own family. He such view. notice. 36

who came home by authority, and with a UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND VOID. DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED -

wound to attest his bravery in action, was a Fifth.-That, therefore, it is the opinion of -I I FURNITURE, I- JAMES McGIFFIN,

hero until duty compelled his return. the court that the first and second sectionsof DRUGS AND ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
No man ever saw a night so wild that a the act of Congress of March 1, 1875. enti- -- ,

Southern woman would not face it to carry tled "An act to protect all citizens in their Alachua Street, between Second and Third,

news to Confederate soldiers. Every woman civil and l legal rights, are unconstitutionaland Crockery, Hardware, Tinware, Standard Patent Medicines,
was a scout and a spy. If the mother could void, and judgment should be rendered :FERNANDINA, FLA.
not go, the daughter was sent. If there was the indictments
no daughter, a dispatch or message was hurried upon Justice Harlan said that accordingly.in view of what BUILDING :MATERIAL I TOILET Orders and estimates from a distance care-
-[Fancy Articles :J- fully attended to. 25-tf .
off made. ,
by a negro or a signal was he thought the people ofthis country wishedto

They came to accurately: estimate thestrengthof ( accomplish, what they tried to accom-
marching columns, to identify one make plish, and what they bel'eved they had ac- ,
'of from another in the batteries and PAINTS OILS CORDAGE ETC. PERFUMERY,
guns complished by means of this legislation, he C ONTRACTOR AND
where scouts and spies could not the BUILDER,
\ go must express his dissent from the opinion of
women could. It was the women who saved the court.

t Mosby. again and _again. It was a woman MANUFACTURES

who told General Jackson the exact strength'of GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF JjiJ'- Especial and careful attention paidto DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF
the Federal force at Port Royal before he Dissolution or Partnership. I PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ALL SIZES.
fell upon it in carrying out his valley cam- THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. Post Office Box 174.
," an experienced Druggist.
paign. It who told -
was a woman Early just
.D heretofore best FlaP
partnership existing
how Sheridan's distributed at 33MR.. RABB the will
army was $ Manager, sleep
J. H. McGINNIS and W. S. RAWSON is
Cedar Creek, and there was scarcely a battleon over the store and will to all callsat "W.I
dissolved. The said :McGinnis retires, and respond A-NSDEY
soil with which had
said Rawson continues the business alone. ORDERS .CAREFULLY FILLED. night
not something to do as the bearers of infor-
All parties having claims to settle with
mation. Once enlisted in the cause, they
the aforesaid firm will adjust them with W.
did not know what despair was. They sent
S. Rawson who has assumed
debts and '
their bedding to the their
hospitals, provis- .
liabilities of the said .
ions to the army, and their jewelry to the partnership.J.. McGINNIS I"

buyer of Confederate arms in Europe. When W. S. RAWSON.,
the Confederate Government could not fur-
nish rations, the Confederate women did.I October 15, 1883. 1

have asked hundreds of Confederate soldiers if
Having purchased the entire stock of
how they made a start after the war,
and in nearly every instance the answer began Horses, Carriages, etc., belonging to the late
with firm of McGinnis & Rawson, I shall con-
: tinue the business at the old stand and South side Centre St. the
Well, my wife, you know-" respectfully 9.KENDAlLS near Depot. ,
.j i His wife had been the power to brace him solicit a continuance of the pat- \0\ t G FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR AND
ronage of the customers of the late firm. -- SFA IHCURE SALE.
i up for a new start in life. The home was =' ..
; -
in ashes the farm ==-- = -=
grew up to briers, and the = -=-- -
Fernandina Fla. October 16 1883.
country overrun with outlaws, but the wife'swords
MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY _' All work warranted.
of hope and encouragement set the THE discovered.as it is certain in its

returned soldiers to work. With any other GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. .- "'," lil....,. .., .',.. .. ,:, effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
class of women, the South would have built ." ; ; .,1'-' BELOW. IDOW'SJAMAICA

up by the inch instead of by the foot. As '., .! I. .. .

they were enthusiastic in war, so also were C. H. HUOT, it 11 GINGER CORDIALIS
they heroines in peace. In the Southern Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS .

woman's heart there is hatred of Northerners
no -DEALER IN- N. Y., January 30,1882. NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
there is not distrust
; even or suspi- I Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: but contains all the medicinal proper-
In her 11
parlor may hang portraits -- GENTS-Having used a good deal of your ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
through which Sherman's thrust
nets, but her pleasantest letters men are mailedto bayo-- 1 IICHANDLE 1 1 Y Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I is very pleasant to take, and
thought I would let know what it has
and received REAL ESTATE. you
from friends in the North. =
The d done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,
war, as a war, is buried or forgotten, or
if bitter memories force themselves to the Groceries, Hardware, THE FLORIDA colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC
surface there is When I was breaking him he kicked over
no heartburning for
ven- the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,

geance. _-_-____________ __u_____ DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, T OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels
CONGRESS AUTHORITY farriers but they all said he was spoiled.He .

had a very large thorough-pin, and I and MALARIA and.stimulat-
TO ENACT THE CIVIL RIGHTS Second Street, Fcruancliiia by wanning
used two bottles of Kendall's Spavin
your ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
ACT. Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and action. Sold

WASHINGTON, October 15.-The most important vI c FERNANDINA, FLA. Towns on R. R. Line he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have by PALMER BRO'S, .

decision rendered by the Supreme used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.
FERNANDINA And Cedar Key. has always cured completely and left the
Court of the United
States to day that
I leg smooth.It .fj2JAlso, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA
in the five cases commonly known as the is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made

and Civil the Rights States cases.from The which titles they of came these cases [STEAM--1] [ '] [ : have recommended it to a good many, and without peppel. 22
are as { } SAW MILL.] -
follows : The United States against Murray Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large' they all say it does the work. I was in With-
Stanley, from the United States Circuit *s -/* *v /* #V-- _* erington &Kneeland's drug store,in Adams, PATENTS obtained for new inventions
Court the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou or for improvements in old
for the District
of Kansas the United number of the most and desirable
; eligible
i them. I tried to it but could ones. Caveats, Infringements TradeMarksand
States Michael sent buy ,
against Ryan, from the C. H. :KUOT: PROPRIETOR I
United States not; they said if I would write to you that all patent business promptly attended ,
Circuit Court
for the Districtof Lots
suitable for Business Purposes, or for i
California the United States against you would send me one. I wish you would, to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN

Samuel Nichols, from the United States Cir- HAS constantly on handLUluber Suburban Residences i and I will do you all the good I can. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
City or ,
cuit Court for the Western District of Missouri Very respectfully, E. S. LYMAN. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
; the United States against Samuel D. by Cargoes.
Singleton, from the United States Circuit NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
UPON EASY TERMS. Kendall's Cure.ON ents in less time than those who are remote-
Court for Spavin
the Southern District of New York, Office on Second Street. v 1 cA from Washington.
and Richard A. Robinson and wife against
the Memphis & Charleston Railroad HUMAN FLESH. When Inventors send model or sketch,
from Company B. NOYES, Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to we make search in the Patent Office, and
the United States Circuit Court
IND., August 1881.
advise to its
the as patentability free of charge
District of Tennessee. (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), parties engaged in manufacturing or Indus- Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: Correspondence confidential fees reason-
These cases all based the first and ;
were on -Sample of circulars received to-
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT
second .
1875 sections of the Civil Rights act of rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- day. Please send me some with my imprint, IS OBTAINED.We .
and were respectively prosecutions GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP STOnES printed on one side only. The Kendall's I refer
by permission to the City Post-
under that act for not admitting certain colored Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, I
erty purchased substantial improvementsfor master, and to the Superintendent the
persons to equal accommodations and CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, and not only for animals but for human Post-Office Money Order Division in Washington

and privileges in in inns or hotels, in railroad cars Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near residence, or in which to conduct their ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the For special references, circular,service --
theatres. The defence set in farmers in
up every Steamboat leading our county, sprained an
Landing terms, etc. addressC.
casl'C was the ankle and the ,
alleged unconstitutionality of badly, knowing value of the
business. A. SNOW & CO.
remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
Opp.Patent Office. Washington.D.C. 2t -
WHAT TIlE COURT DECIDES. Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. INDUCEMENTS\ .,TO MANUFACTURERS did far better than he had expected; cured
Evans. Special rates Merchandise in the sprain in very short order. '
The court in Yours C. 0. THIEBAND.Price McCartney Hedge Rose Plants.
an opinion by Justice Bradley large quantities. by exemption for a term of years from respectfully,
held : Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All T HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDA-GROWN

Ffr8t That Congress had no constitutional ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIREthebest taxation, offered by the several cities and druggists have it or can get it for yon, or it JL Plants for sale at this place. Price $2.50
authority to pass the sections in question, in the world. will be sent to any address on receipt of per 100; $20.00 per 1,000.

under Amendment either the Thirteenth or Fourteenth Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED towns. Apply to price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J._ KENDALL x ALSO, UMBRELLA TREES.

6eco of the Constitution. PLOWS. CHAS. W. LEWIS, & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. }I. O'NEILL
d.That the Fourteenth Amendment Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-- Fernandina. Send for Illustrated Circular. Fairbanks
IS Florida Transit R. R.
prohibitory upon the State only, and that VILLE. 33 .Office, cor. Beh & 7th sts. Sold by all Druggists. Refer to C. D. Furman, Fairbanks, Fla.IL .


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; ;.; j t.t .HE FL C1 ltlIJA MlKKOlt' : OCTOBER 27. .
* ; ,
; .
$ '
< 4 :: ; t" .

ia : i THE FLORIDA MIRROR. More than fourteen of to tbat I I '-
-J: : years bondage j ,FLORIDA. DAY. foreign climes from many a peaceful vic i umphs of peaceful arts-develop a civiliza

party ought at least to have worked out any tory-a spectacle of delight for gods and tion such as this world
s2t ;l lF A GRAND SUCCESS-THE MIRROR SPECIAL 'COR has never seen, under
; ; j 1 ; ; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 188S. obligation supposed to exist. The interestof RESPONDENT'S ACCOUNT OF IT. men, and evidently keenly appreciated (as circumstances more favorable than have ever

.' I the colowjd man in good governi'ent 'is LOUISVILLE, Ky. October 8,1883.To well as his excellent music) by the worthy been vouchsafed to any people ancient or

..aE .i, I.t :: -', THE CIVIL RIGIITS DECISION. the same as that of other mea, and at the the Editor of the Mirror : provincials. modern, and thereby realize to the fullest

3.t i t t / .;; The recent decision of the Supreme Court South he is especially interested in placinghis Florida Day.I and in more senses than one I Punctually at 3 the Governor and staff extent the aspirations of the "good and

x J '.. 4 1\,: .i of the United States in the civil rights cases vote for good men and good govern a very big- day, not only for Florida, but the arrived, and were met by the president of great men who first called the American
: ,..,; ,.:: ; has been made the subject of comment by ment. whole South' This is written advisedly, the Exposition and several officials. Aftera people as a nation into existence, and who
).tt' the press of the country, and, for the*most" not under::.the;excitement of the very pleas- few words of greeting and introduction a with a prescience even now conceded witha

'' ". .1: ., part, they admit the justice and correctness: EDITORIAL. CORRESPONDENCE. ing incidents/through: which we have just procession was formed, traversing the build- grateful heart by over fifty millions of her

passed but i after conversations with ing leading to the Masonic Hall,now packedby Toriunata sons, named tbem-tbe United
a sitting and audience of
standing some S'at's.
::1 The difference between civil rights and so- ENVIRONS AND COUNTRY HOMES-CROPS IN- persons connected with this exhibition, and
7,000 or 8,000 people. Immediately on catch ALEX. CUETIS.
: .cial equality is generally admitted. The JURED BY FROSTS-FRUITS-THE CALIFORNIA more especially J. W. M., one of the largest
ing sight of the column Gill-
," ORANGE-EFFECTS OF COLD contributors to. it (controlling some twenty NEWS
Pet1 more, with that intuitive perception of the"fittest"
NIGHTS-POLITICAL APATHY. exhibits in various departments, all of the
: riod when the interests of party and the pas- which
happily distinguishes
..! : PHILADELPHIA, October 23, 1883. highest merit),and whose experience of three so One in the
t: :: : t sions of men, accompanied with the possession great musicians, tapped his baton, stoppedthe cypwee Ogeecbes Swamp
f, The weather has suddenly plunged from great European expositions, and several minor rear Egypt Ga. 31
\ measures feet in
< ,
l\4 G : ft of power, induced legislation, the most, American classical strains of his orchestra, and, ciicutufeiei ;:; -
entitles his verdict to
the of into the chill ones, 'ce seven feet from the
t lap summer arms of
t.:t.. r. if not a1', of which has either been repealed more than ordinary weight. Let me here with a merry sweep of his uplifted arm anda ground. At the
it <
-j'-ouod 39 feet
winter. Overcoats and fires in demand measures in circonife
'. are twinkle in his eoce
J.. ..;. : +t'l by Conn:ess or declared unconstitutional by acknowledge my obligations for much infor- gay eye, brought down the
.f' t and the summer garb has disappeared for house with a roar of applause, as the strainsof Yale College: this yea has 1.077 stuueats
t the mation
; t courts. derived from his acute observations
.."i.. .' more sober tints.Philadelphia "' Dixie (played in Gillmore's style) 619 being in the academic department, 99 in
' ? \ and best thanks for his
:. :, The dec son of the Supreme Cour does my genial hospital
. .,' ;} is very unlike New York. caught the ears of the audience and an- ,be theological school, 29 in the medical
\ : f i not deprive the of of the civil ity. In his own words- I
negro any school 67 in
the law
t nounced the of Florida's Chief school, 37 in the
approach art
at home
i people seem more more quiet
! The State of Florida has done more solid
, a': : f. rights possessed by others. He has the same Magistrate and guests. Governor Bloxham school, 208 in the scientific school, ana IS
1 '' and less transitory. The well-to-do Phila- work than all the others Her I,
*. put together.
l. : l!. '' right to vote, hold office, etc., with his white seemed much affected at the evidently sin- pos.uates.: .
\ delphian does not waste his substance in representatives at this Exposition have been
fellow-citizens. It has simply been declared cere and unaffected warmth of the greeting, The remains of an ancient chuvh tbat
and worked with vim
seeking discomfort at distant watering-places admirably chosen, a
!: that he has no superior rights ; that he can and intelligence j a which have resulted in the and from the admirable position assigned to WPS destroyed about 500 years ago bv the
in small
; ; not choose his room at a hotel, or place in cooped up rooms at enormous works before. I have had us we could pretty well scan the upturnedsea Poles when they took Smolensk have come
you see you. more
..\; k the Ibeau'e, or his seat in the la'lroad cars. charges, but goes out in the beautiful sub- inquiries as to the location of the Florida of kindly faces. to li:;bt near the village of Klovko, in Rus

urbs, builds a handsome summer home, and Silence at length being restored the presi- sa.; The walls about 9 feet
I ';. ti t He should in all cases have the class of exhibit than of any other State, and you will are high and age

/ : i it accommodation he pays for. If he pays full enjoys a home life in the country during the find the result of this day's attendance will dent of the Exposition, Gen. Alpheus Baker, maCe of brick 10} inches long, 7 wde! and

v;* warm months in a reasonable, sensible way, spoke the words of welcome in warm and 1 inch .trek, stamped with Russian letters.
f ';:'. y, fare he should hae eoua"7: ;good accommodations 'foot up' some 'thousands over any other
r '' and when the cold weather admirably chosen language kindlyto I1 of .he morta- that
: '. comes, returnsto State day.'* every :;ajpents ren'a* i look
:; .. bat be has no mole i'ut to
. .tt : ; say the South and their; visitors taken lle Cu- '
'" \ his city home. This being porce'ain. iosi ,) -11l1nter-J have al-
conversation took
place in J.'V.1.I.'s
i be will bit ii this that. No has
: ; car or one
;\": i The environs of Philadelphia are very private and very aesthetic quarters, where he up at once by the large audicuc2. :edy begun ;M pull the wal's to pieced, and

..,I .! .1'' A a right to say that. To him Governor Bl gbam replied in it ;s 'eared :bat in a short time not a traceo
. beautiful and highly improved. Thousandsof insisted on my testing (merely, of course,
::':j .h If, as is generally the case, separate cars well-selected language, every pointed sentence Abe. i will be le.T;.
"in the
beautiful villas and cottages are to be pursuit of science!1") some of that
',; ,:!i .: are assigned them, they should bs as comfortable ""telling" his audience-leaving no S'oce the 1880 the
p found within a few miles in direction. wonderful beverage for which the good old year popu'at'on o' Ge '-

.:::" .: I; as the others, and they should be every State of Kentucky is world-renowned. After material point as to tbe advantages offered rca'ly bas :AiUen off considerably in many

:;; f... 'J ,,'h i'' protected against the intrusion of white Germantown, Chestnut Hill, Mount Airy, doing so, all I can say is, Epernay may boast by the South generally (and ci"course Florida sec,,'o.'s, enough in a few othe it has move

\ .; '. a r men, and against their being made smoking etc., make an almost continuous neighbor of her champagne and Lyons of her velvets, in particular) unnoticed ; and finally, .:an held its own. This is a curious report,

"+ ,.'\ hood. The whole county of Philadelphia is sadsfied bis and
....' : ::4,:' cars of, or in any way made less decent. but the genius of the manufacturer who having fully Learers. agai i :oasmucn as an increase of about ba1ra uvKoi !-

\:H-,7if., f,'. 'rh: The soc'al position: o he negro ai the included within the city limits. Lamps are combined the merits of both (?) under the thanking them on his own and our behalf, ): wa< ieeordea for every year in ,the de-

t lighted far out into the country and the resumed his seat amidst loud applause. ;
od of
1 ;' k North is that: of tolerat'on only. He can "delphic" appellation of "The Real Old n.-cssea pe Prussia since
postman be seen traveling through the The P-esident of the Press Association; 18CO has ma'niained asli advance
:, it ii ce'.a'a; may Velvet of Kentucky need fear no competition :; wh""cubas
; 1': 4 : only gel employee capactt'es.He
: .! ". suburban neighborhoods, so that they are in those sunny lands, and alas (I write (Dr. Harris), in a terse and well-ex pressed a'uounied to be.ween 8.COO and 9,000 in
;i i can bccoue a waive: ;oa be. whitewashes -
..,. speech, further helped the good cause. (.be r'e );sh Provinces of Sa'
" ,' ly provided with all the conveniences of the this as :a member of a strict temperance society WestpnaHa. -
bootblack, or day? laborer. He cannot The the terminated ;
proceedings platform
on -
r city, and the freedom, fresh and green fieldsof !1)) number many more consumers of the OtV and LrandenbUi-g, but the Provnce of
\ h? become: a c'ext, sa'esman or mechao'c: of article produced "from misapplied bread- by the presentation of a handsome rose i has lost 87/SO, Eastern Prussia has
the country. Lands in the suburbs
''i ,",'j t f'r t', any kind. Theade i unions! w:". not allow stuffs." walking-cane of orange wood, surmounted !'ost 3i,614 and Pome -ania has lost 22,32'?.

/r, '; ; p him to enteJnto aiv mechanical (.ade. He mand fabulous prices-two thousand dollars But to return to the subject of this letter, by an admirably carved ''gator," to the Bava -"a coi'ois an even g -ea er fall'ng) off-

. '. is confined to a ve' srooU : angs of employ! per acre eight or ten miles' from the City and our friend Mr. M.'s prediction. president of the exposition; well-timed 3'W,' d'c of a popu'a.;.ion in 1880 of 5,2&-

:' J\1 ;, men t. He is not found eves as a barber in Hall. Florida Day has proved by far the most little incident, which produced more applause 090! w'ole' 'Vu-te l.'bu"g has lost 14,000 out

Florida lemons and Florida oranges are and lively satisfaction generally.Once of ;ube 1,91',000 that she; then baa.
f bo e'3 or f"S sl-clas: barbershops; the Germans successful in point of the interest awakened,

:. placarded on the fruit stands, and very soon the numbers attending it again, to the strains of pleasing mu- The Di!- .tor of he Mint i'as issued
; : ; ;; i have 'faVen pos e5So-i of ioem.AttueSoutb exceeding by over e an in-
) ft'1 will appear in considerable quantity.The 10,000 those of other State sic, the procession formed, and after a tourof ; ; .; : the '
::1" ;" ( we sss i den oblaa"og: e'1l- any day. e. esu ag s ] e'11ent 0 amount of cor :
the via the Florida section
,r 4: y ;l plovment i in eve- me: aifcal trade, ce:-ks early frosts have played sad havoc Whether it is my friend Mr. M.'s "0. V.," reached building the about 5 in., oo"io' and cu."encv ia i fche county the
banquet room
"t.; l' ? in stores, a Id ei73jad !in ma1Y ote: respectable with the flowers, and the corn crop of the or the excellent vintage of Epernay afore- Here an excellent collation was served p. to !s; of Oc-obe-. T.ieotai is Sl,730, 9<,82'3, ,

'. : a -'e'5Q.J4IIJ1e: : Pos't'o: 'is. West, especially in Minnesota, and the said, which flowed so freely and tasted so of hundred. Governor Blox o :.i "oand nu.nbe3, a b'l :on and tlee-
.M .. Northwest has suffered Between excellently at the banquet this afternoon, I one quauers, wnicn would seem to be adequate
ttt The" a-e n'o-a t"io'v regarded: and roo- e severely. ham and the president of the Exposition
know not, but my Pegassus is exceedingly .0 the "jequ're.neni3; of :.-ade a3 'ate-
l;, .: ''t ; ; kind't"e2feu' at 1 skittish and refuses to be earth-bound p.et.eu, by .ne mosi: impecunious; o'financ;\1 1
. '.',, ,:' Nor !h. Yet in ,'>e face of l<"'5 bard zai- seems to have many drawbacks to its agri- Blackburn, of Kentucky, the other. Dainty
much that I about to slaieso'e.i of dema-
so am now tighten my I :: o- ire most imaginative
;(. i i: mentat Ibe No'S l'), rl's e w c1l's;')a of 'i.,e.r cultural prosperity, from which we in Flor- viands, "washed down" (possibly "lique
bridle-rein and turn right back to Jackson joje3; ; LUll 'ng tae Greenback vote. O: b'sc

; .:,' f race //-oil e v)'ovoieit! a Po'bae'pb'a paper ida are measurably exempt, and although ville and make a fair start (as we did on fied" would be a more picturesque phrase) :POi' it about one-Ibo, or 39,000,000) is

Toe Dei, aJ: have reTcsedto we have our own misfortunes at times with I by two brands of excellent champagne, dry
\ j long :
,, '.', says Monday, the 15th). And right here let me \\ the T-'easaj/ the Uniled.Spates, uncove -

.tab'y:1 rec:)3i'/.3; : Ibe'ii; evei &3 Lursa:: :': .1g3: caterpillars, high winds, dry seasons or wet say how deeply indebted the members of and sweet, submitted to our taste, and I am ed by ce* .'JCl: :(>3. The silve' dollars and

(L i"'i but. .as me"3 catls.: .'" seasons, they are seldom so injurious as in this very pleasant excursion feel to all those bound to say (and I speak with some expe- bo1J'o.1 a.nofot .o-29.0C9,000, and ..hes'Ive .
rience of festivals without "measureor
public )
It i is bu- such In igoa e i"jat tea Re;.: !""- the Northwest.A with whom we have come in contact, as : do'lao in actual escalation are a 1'ttle
stint all in excellent humor for
1 I f call panes eioeavor, : .') ford:: c.i to Iier: gentleman engaged in orange culture in ever since we left home the kindness and put us !less than $10, (Y.OOO, or about 20 pe* ce.it. of
the which followed and which
"j: .. consideration of the various railroad companies speeches the anount coi.ied. Of the $: 300.000000j
: : votes. wb'ch a'cre have ,;.'H'1 IbeJmajo'Ves : th& Northern California says that country is very whether the
I and their truly admirable staff of ( inspired by generous productsof j i he banks a itt tstiiuaied to be j i c: -cula-
{ >n JJ>eNorie i S.a'es. favorable to the orange, but that he is obliged I La Veuve Clicquot or our friend Piper '
officials, has been incessant.Of ou, $100,000,000 i is in goid coin, $55,000 000
:. .. I Sens'b'e co'oad met a'a be:;')'vg; o see to admit that the fruit is by no means as Heidsick I know not) sounded good and '
I'* the journey from Jacksonville to At- in ,old ce 1cJ. e3. $;0f> O OOOO, i'l l le riil- ;en-
yp that (Cie/bave bed ,. and ara being, used good as that of Florida. This he attributesto took well, the ex-Governor of KeuiucLy acquitting
1M' lanta-over the excellent Waycross Line lo c'e'noei, oa little) over $t; 00,000000::: in

'". tf : simp1: 33 i is a'rea'ni'v" : ; succi-s, and the cold. nights, which. prevent the ripening Jesup and the East Tennessee, Virginia & himself remarkably well. a"' T-iC'-e bat:: been oi'.sMe the easryand

,':,!. I they a-a i1 m31iJs.r.1r1. cat'.:njj 'e:>:3 influence of the atmosphere. This is an Georgia Line via Macon to Atlanta-we have After the banquet the building was again t-ieNat'ona'baiks: : ai inc ease o" $7-::

':(t;'. from tae pa-t" cosD; : sad vc 'zg.: '';:*
.J, I 14i"\, men Ibe cboose. petition of that section. Taking into con- paragraph to the managers of the buffet at crowded with eager buyers and sight-seers ; 1a 3 :C22 000,000 i gold cc :'i i'ca o, a id $'M.-

"'t sideration the superior quality and much Waycro&s, where we found well served, the art galleries thronged with delighted 000,003::> J.'i & 've ce- "lccaid: a decrease

; A REPUBLICAN JOURNAL OX critics machinery in motion farming implements : Up'tcti: Siiucs no'cs of aid in
'' ; greater nearness to market of the Florida abundant, and, very reasonably-priced refreshments ; ; 'i i6OCOOC9,

',,.1 NEGRO BUFF a.AGE. -contrasting, by-the-way, most in every variety ; hydraulic ma- bank no e3 o"$15,090,000, niik; ig w'tb an
it safe to that
orange, seems quite assume
",'. : The Pb1aue"ta Iimi'"r. c'Oc'')"':?r ]8'.1 favorably with nearly all the other refresh chines discharging volumes of waterprobably iic j case of silver frac'iona1 coi-i. a net increase -
1 they will always be in demand at a fair price
'' ,' :- ;, > says : 'IT'JeRe1b1'cln; : 1 ia y bas don a'i't ment points on the roads we have traveled. enough to drain the Okechobee take ori9C09,000 fobe yea.

: 3j for the ne.1 :3 'aM'jai' ,t "IJld have clone and will not suffer in any great degree from Our train being some hour and a half over in forty-eight hours, or less ; beautiful col-

for the'u a m i;; in qosj "onab's' "' :"t: 'd not the competition of either Italy or California time, we had none to spare at Atlanta, but lections of china, glass, and ceramic art gen- SOUTHERNRIVERS AND HARBORS

which will supply, perhaps, the cheaper and hope to "do" the Gate City on our return. erally ; splendid exhibits of saddlery and
do too: rnac'i fo* I Iboie o t's Soai'i: whom THE FSriMAiE-S OF GENERAL WRIGHT FOR THE
i poorer grades of fruit.I From Atlanta the directors of the Lou- harness; illuminated fountains and gardens; :NEX"" FISCAL YEAR..
a it bad roaium'i.ea wnm it hid 'ndiwdthmwith
observe that the grapes and pears in isville & Nashville (East Tennessee, Virginia music halls and transepts crowded with WASHINGTON, October 21.-The estimatesof
t the righi of s 'ft'age.TJvs Line thousands of happy and intelligent people, General Wright for river and harbor work
market have no sweetness. This, I presume, & Georgia) sped us on our course-or
is re vs. '.ahl'3' lang 'aa: a i-l no doabt well with the of for the next fiscal year are about $1,000,000
is attributable to the cold season with cold rather a little out of it, to enable us to givea pleased splendid trophies
greater than those submitted for the present
expresses the thought: and oonon of "ou- which gathered from State in the
reached in
day at Cincinnati, we peace every
nights, which has been the general characteristic fiscal year. Secretary Lincoln now has the
4 } sends o'' No-.1je".1 r.e )llbHC3'1S. Ibey ave good time, and spent a most enjoyable one- Union, marred by no single exhibit of "that estimates before him. It is not known what
of the is
autumn. It also
:r,, 'r 1 1.w tbe nsjro the '<;ht o? sjC'a;asuppcs'ng( : past quite visiting the Exchange, principal newspaper weepon" or monster guns, the accursed off- course he will pursue in dealing with them.
; likely that Florida's is not as Last he did not send them to Congressat
orange year
they could: foreve- coat-ul b-s vole 'n file crop offices, Zoological Gardens, etc. spring of "horrid War." The people of all until called resolutionof
by a joint
interest of the Republ):ca-i pa.ly. As the well advanced this year as last, and should From thence the well-appointed Louisville Kentucky may indeed be proud of the rich inquiry. He will upon send them in this year

effect 01 gv: :og tiejbt:: of safu-a e t) the not, therefore, be sent to market too soon. & Nashville Line brought us in good time, attraction they have offered to their sister without having his memory jogged ; but he !

o The political campaign in Pennsylvania, on Wednesday evening, for to-day's work. States, and the one which ventures to take will reduce them considerably, no doubt.
negro was to increase :be political' power of The estimates, as prepared by Gen. Wright
i New Jersey and New York seems characterized The particulars of this wonderful .exhibition up the peaceful gauge must look well to its are about as follows for the localities men-
't.. the South in Con,7r es two-,flbs, t tbey begin
sh;: by great apathy. The Ohio election has have been so well described that 1 do spurs tioned :
to that mess the vote be
r.,; now sea neo'o can greatly discouraged any hopes of Republicansuccess not propose to trouble your readers with a I cannot close this communicationterribly Georgetown, S. C...........................S 10,000

t t made seen 'o to them, and can 'give' a .Republican list of the exhibits, or criticisms on their long as it has been-without incidentally Brunswick, Ga................................ 13,000

majority in most of the SoutbVn in New York or New Jersey; and in Savannah, Ga................................. 530,000 .
fr' from those the extreme it has
excellent better mentioning
8 ; Pennsylvania, while the Republican press many qualities gratification Cumberland Sound......................... 500,000
,t States, they bavedoaearir'iwiselbiog.' f We posted than your special correspondent. I afforded me personally to have respondedto Apalachicola Bay....... .................. 45,000
confidence, there seems to be
h" have no doubt that if it was a question today express great have heard how much good has been done, the many various inquiries respecting our Key West.......................... ........... 50,000

no effort or interest on the part of the rank the favored' Southern section and in such Pe sacola................".....................? 55,000
whether the of tbe South should attracting attention to everenlarginghorizon con
negroes and file. It seems to be considered a fore- Tampa Bay.................................... 30,000
\. be endowed with the r;gM: of suffrage, the of Southern progress by the extent versations to have marked the kindly, hope- Ashley River, S. C......................... 2,500

l' .'' Republican leaders would prevent it, in gone conclusion that the Democratic party and variety of the exhibits of her minerals, ful, sympathetic tone which characterizedone Edisto River, S. C.......................... 25,000

{ will elect the next President. the raw materials of the staples of commerce, and ,all of the querists. In more than Great Pedee, S. C............................ 6,500
: order to lessen the power of >ba South n Salkahatchie S. C.......................... 10,000
t'' Congress and in the Presidential count. The prosperity of the country appears to as well as agricultural resources, and by so one instance a warm grasp of the hand at Santee, S. C.................................... 62,500

be unchecked,and politics seem to have very doing influencing the choice of thousands parting emphasized the kindly words spoken, Wappoo Cut, S. C........................... 14,000
r selfish which caused :lIe
: .t. It was a reason little place in the public mind. Professional as to their future homes. Let me rather ask touching deeply my inmost heart, as it has Wateree........................................ 31.000

2, ';.,. newly-enfranchised ne ;oes :.0 be given: .be readers to stand with us at 3 m. ever been my wish to see the utter route of Altamaha ........................ ............. 40,000
and it woula be refused politicians seem rather at a discount, and your p. Chattab ooch ee................................ 100,000
? right suffrage, :,r men of bad Deputation seem to have little waiting the advent of Governor Bloxhamand the "carpet-bagger" and "professional pol- Coosa.................... ........................ 150,000

S the same cause if it was now in the power oCt his staff,at the eastern. transept. Duringa itician brought about by the intermingling : Flint..-.......................................... 75,000

: Northern Republican li ic:ans.I -chance of election to office. F. previous tour of the building, we couldsee of the true and kindly element, the good and I Ocmulgee..................................... 10,000

tr Oconee ............;............................. 10,000
I 1- The South has no disposition to abridgeor Messrs.: John T. Graves and H. W. Clark this welcome to the southermost State of worthy citizens of our great Union : When, Romney Marsh............................. 19,000,

r' take away from the negro the privilege I have pu,-chased tbe inte.-cst:: of the Ashmeaa, the Union was awaited with much interest. and then only, the consummation so devoutly Savannah River...... ............:.......... 51,000

"I conferred him. They have I Erothe'3 in the Jacksonville Daily Herald. The large space in front of the great organ to be wished for shall be attained ; Apalachicola River......................... 15,000

suffiage upoa Mr. Caves, an experienced jou-i>a1st, has was already being filled with visitors. while when a happy, free and prosperous people, Caloosahatchie River...................... 14,000
not ezeicised it very wsely: it is true, but I been the able edtor-'n-chief 0: the papers Choctaw hatchee.............................. 30,009"
J that is not to be wondered at. They are becoming :nce i-'J: fist issue, and will continue in that the orchestra, "manned" by Gillmore'ssplendid possessing the noblest heritage ever given Escambia and Conecuh Rivers......... '6,000

I capacity.: Mr. Clark has been connected band from New York was "dis- by God to man on this earth-the people of Manatee......................................... 12,000

'' wise now, and the revolt of the negro with journalism in Jackso-avIUe; the past ten cussing most excellent music" under the every State in this broad land dwelling in Peas Creek..................................... 5,700St.

.' citizens of the South against the Repub. years, and is well known in that c:'y. He chief Johns................ ..................... 600,000
of their who stood and
guidance genial ,
) will be the business manager and c'ty editor. ; peace harmony, fearing none, yet respecting Suwanee..........;............................. 20,000
lican party is a healthy sign that they will Messis. G.-aves & Clark have the best baton in hand," his manly bosom (as each the rights of the other, vieing Volusia Bar................................... 1,000

hereafter think and act far themselves. of, the Florida Mirror for the:: sueeess.t Wisbes"l usual) blazing with "Orders" gathered in only in the race of progress and in the tri- Withlacoochee River............... ........ 15,000I

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London i is in MieJia.2 danger of being
: placed at the mercy of a huge gas monop FURNITURE! J .

! oly. Two of the 'ajesl conce-is ere abo..'t W ORDINANCE i- XYODI: :

: to uni'e with; each o.heand; a t'rrdte'y; : i '
Providing for the Issue of I
Scrip to the
atervra *o jo n them. This would place AND CUSTOMERSTO
I, Expense of Purchasing Fire Apparatus.
the gas bus'ness of the entire metropolis) RECEIVED THiS THEIR
practically in the hands of one corporation. ... a new loj of BE Council of the City of Feniandina:

SECTION 1. That for the purpose of raising New Fall Goods
Post-Office Notice. Chamber Suits! fnnds for the purchase and pare of fire appa- Now Opening

Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 p. :M. --1 ratus for the city, the issue'o(interestbearing :
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Parlor Suits, scrip to an amount not exceeding two AND RECEIVED
Money Orders and Registered Letters from thousand dollars be,and thesame hereby, BY EVERY STEAMER.
i-I Tables, Long g es, authorized.SEC. .
9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 p. :M
to 4:00 P. M.ABBIVAL 2. Said scrip shall bear eight percent. Novelties in Silks
:i Ciars, per annum interest, and shall be receivablefor ,
AND DEPARTURE OF THE :MAILS. taxes for the years 1884 and 1885 in the
Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday) War 'Obes, following proportion: one thousand dollarsfor Dress Goods, Velveteens,

.Arrives................. 5:50 p. M. and 6:05 p. :M. !I Bedsteads taxes of 1884, and one thousand dollars,
Closes.................. 7:30 A. M. and 9:30 A.M. : or such part thereof as may be issued, for Cashmeres Prints
taxes of 1885; but the Council reserves the ,
Transit& Peninsular Railroad- Springs, altreses, ,
right to redeem said scrip at such previous
Arrives...................................... 5:50: P. M. time as they deem expedient,after having Cambrics etc. etc. '
r: Closes......................................... 7:30 A. )[. II-I Pillows! elc., etc. advertised may for the space of thirty days in- ,

Jacksonville, South and West, Florida- : i some newspaper publication in the City of

Arrives.................. 9:00 A. M. and 6:05 p. M. L..L.. CAL, AND EXAMINE. Fernandina such order forredernption. and I .
Closes................... 9:30: A. M. and 5:30 p. :M.Arrh'cs interest on said scrip shall cease after the IATL0iVF1ICES.IHouseKeeping |
Sunday...... 10:25 A. :M. expiration of the said thirty days.
Closes Sunday...... 4:00 r. :M. =:] FliED W. ::OYT & CO. SEC. 3. The said scrip shall be signed by
: the Mayor, President of Council, and City ,
St. Mary's and King's Ferry Mail- Clerk, and shall bear the seal of the city. Dry Goods,
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. The form of said scrip shall be determinedupon
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. :M. by Council, A FULL ASSORTMENT.
St. Jfar ', and Dungcness I L.L11 SEC. 4. Said scrip shall be issued by the

Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A.M. Committee on Fire Department, in such Blankets and Comfortables
'6 Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. sums as may be applied for; ,
Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A.M. SEC. 5. The Committee on Fire Depart- OF ALL GRADES.
Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays ment shall report to each meeting of Coun-
cil the of issued :32* Special attteutioii is culledF'.TVTIKTCIW
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M. amount scrip the precedingweek Gents' Fine
SAML.: T. RIDDELL, P. M. .. to whom. issued, _the date etc., and to our VP.AV stock oC Clothinn.elegant ,.
said report snail be spread upon the minutes -
ci3 of Council. cut and manufacture.

Masonic. i WH ULAL AND RBTAIL. SEC. 6. Each piece of scrip shall designate Gents' Furnishing Goods
Regular communications Amelia Lod e HP the year for which it is receivable for taxes. an the new styles.
No. 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883: o SEC. 7. The funds received for said scrip .

January 22. July 16. shall be deposited with the Treasurer,to the '!r A full line ofPRICES. .
p February 19. August 13. credit of the Fire Department Fund, and a ies'an Gents' Underwear
March 19. September 10. a? o shall be paid out upon warrants issued in ,
I April 16. October 15. Mg N. accordance with the rules of Council.
: May 21. November 12. O.rs Passed first reading October 10, 1883.
J8@ We
are Special for
June 18. December 10. a Passed second reading October 10. 1883. KING & CO., of New

December 27. CDr Passed: third reading, and adopted, Octo- York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fraternally: A. B. NOTES ber 10, 1883. 0
invited to attend. '
N o ,
J. E. WANDELL, W. M, President pro tein. of Council. J. &
: C. H. BEEG, Secretary. -DEALER INc (= Attest: ---r-YDD

= [SEAL] WM. F. WOOD,JR., City Clerk. ,
Nassau: Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its rfGO Approved : FERNALN A
regular convocations on the Thursday following !- W Family Supplies N F. ,0. SUHRER, FLA.
each regular communication or Amelia i 46 Acting Mayor.
Lodge' at 7:30: o'clock sharp. RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS. ;

Transtentcomnan'oos fraternally invitedto HEAVY GROCERIES, AN ORDINANCETo ,
attend. W. F. Scorr: H. P. N
W. A. JOXES, Sect'etary. Provide a Fire Department for the City of MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIPTJNE '
Hay and Grain Fernandina. _
Ktitght8 of Honor.Weeapopka o ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR

Lode;, No. 2535, K. of H., BElT Council of the City of Fernandina: FLORIDA
meets the first and third Tuesday nights.in H ;arSHIP STORES fto SECTION. That a Fire Department shall AND NEW YORK.
month, at 8 o'clock. be '
every oran, zed by the Council for the City of
G. N. SALSSY, Dcta: or. z N Fern ndina, and shall consist of as much
W. WOODWARD.. Rerort'r.I H force and such officers as the Council shall
Furniture r
+ specify. There shn be one Chief and a
I Legion of Honor. S First: and Second Assistant; to be elected by

I Ponce(1e Leos Council, No. 922, A. L. of Stoves, GOP the Council and to hold office for the term
II., mceis tJ,)e second and fourth Friday of one year, or until the'r successors are
nights iu every moan, at 3 o'clock. Paints, ..: elected; said officers to be elected at the
TnJso.!: S'AXEcc-c, Commander. Crockery, first regular: meeting of Council in Nov-
W. J. WOOD WAED, Sectary.Absolutely O y embe* j in each :yea.
00 ( Sc. 2. The Fire Department shall be un-

-- -- 00 Hardware, h.: der the control of the City Council, and the k- ly
< Council shall have general l superintendence :

Willow-Ware. 5 ment.of all property belonging to'-said Depart-

= SEC. 3. The Chief: Engineer shall have supreme -

Q command of the Five Department at, r
M =. al'' fires; and m his absence the assistants in ; ir> _. -
he order named.

4 w uGyrROYALRoI O SF.c.4. That it shall not be lawFul for an -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-

'a" V* organization of fiemea to have anything to CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, .
how vn do, or be connected, with the Fire Depait 1.G80 TONS.
O t Hd ment of the City of Fernandina without the STATE OF TEXAS, 1,543 TONS.

?ric Low tn Low consent of Council. CARONDELET: 'l, ,08 TONS.
I ;;;;; &; ; : &- ; ; ;:;;;t SF.c.5. No apparatus belongng to the de- WESTEIIN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.

pa'tmeut snail be assigned to any privateuse
r' without the written consent of*;he Cnief
42 ,1l: and tile aporova' ot the chapman o-: the ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
C. H. HTJOT, Committee on Fire Depar-t 11ent. .
SEC. 6. The different companies shall

-DEALER IN- choose her! own officers and manage their ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
I h., 7 1 own interoa' a ajrs.
on trains from Jack-
={! II-_ SEC. 7. That ia case of any disagreement sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
between a fire and the Cnief
company or
other officer of the This Line, having no Transfers between Feriiandina and New
Department, the same York, offers the BEST AND
-'I' =- eme :je.icy, referred to the FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
I Counci1,who shall decide the mailer in con-
KlfJJGI Groceries troversv. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-

i Hardware, Si-c. 8. That ,he Chief Engineer: shall have PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close

o suspend at time
power memberof
DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES the Fire; Department any or any for for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
I any company
act calculated : ana with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
any 1,0 cause a disturbance
Second Street, bring disgrace upon (he Depa tuient. until or PENINSULAR RAILROAD for RAILROAD ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
: as can biing the case before for LAKE WEIR.
Council for
vie investigation.SEC. : '
9. All repairs to apparatus shall be I THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TOLL POINTS.For .
'::1 Pure. on done hire.under Department.the direction of the Committe3. freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

A SEC. 10. Any company.desiring to join the R. 1"'. SOUTH WICK, Agent,
\ fTl HIS POWDER never varies. A marvel Fire Department shall apply in writing, FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
_I_ of purity,strength and wholesomeness. ----. ,---, -- through its proper officers, to Council, stating C. H. :MALLORY & CO.,

1,w; More economical than the ordinary kinds, [STEAM ] [SAW ] [MILL.j] the number of members, its officer.;, etc.; Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

and cannot he sold in competition with the *>_/* #,_,tit *v_,* such application&.o be Indorsed by the Chair-
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or man of the Committee on Fire Depaitment.
phosphate powders. Sold only in can w. SEC. 11. Each company shall adopt some GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., C. H. KUOT, PROPRIETOR, uniform or badge to be wom when on duty,
:1s lOG Wall Street, New York. which uniform or badge shall be eported to
handLumber and approved by Councl.; The Council shall H.E. DOTTERER
constantly on
McCartney HAS also adopt a uniform or badge to be worn
Hedge Rose Plants. by the Cnief and Assistants when o'i duty.

I li AVE THE ON: Y FLOHIDA-GROWN jar by Cargoes. Stc. 12. The Chief shall,with the approvalof INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
Plants for sale at this place. Price $2.50 Council, make such further rules and regulations -
PW 100; $20.00 pe. 1000. Office on Second Street. vie for the government of the depart- i _
Also, UA'BUELLA TREES ment as he may deem necessary. -+ *_* *_*_*_*1
Passed first 'eadin October 3, 1383. -+-
Fal.-hanUs M. O'NEILL. AB. NOYES, Passed second reading October ?7, 1833. FINE FAMILY GROCERIES
Florida: T'-aosIt: R. R.
Htof... (Successor Passed third reading; October 17, 1883, and
to C. D. Furma'i, Fai banks: F'a.' to W. A. SANBORN), adopted.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in FRED W. HOYT, *

"'HE., YOU President. of Council.
tt' W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.

I Paint Your Hotisesj I Corner of Second Steamboat and Landing Centre Streets, near 47 F. C.Acting SUHRER Mayor., FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .


Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. -THEUNIVERSITY .

GET THE BEST PAINTS. large Evans.quantities.Special rates for Merchandise in ,' OF THE SOUTH PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.

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BEST READY best in the world.
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sea-level. This School, under the
Agent for B.F.AVERTS CELEBRATED special patronage of the Bishops of the Pro- -t t- .

-6 act owledged to be PLO Local WS for testant Episcopal Church in the South and -1 FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I .
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offers the healthiest residenceand -t ntt* .
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23 the best advantages, ,both moral and
> Collegiate and '
Nassau Fibre, Theological Departments.
For the special claims of this University for
Sold only by For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto patronage, apply for documents to the 1V1EW GOODS Received by '
Every Steamer.
anything else in use. For sale,by REV.TELFAIR HODGSON,
4S FRED ... Vice-Chancellor
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r 1 ECONOMY IN ll WORK. whether it is worth while to do this, since is teaching shall not be entitled to any com- Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-
: J.C.Ramsev
.1 : **So much has been written on farm economy the product is but a dwarf, like the dwarf pensation for his or her services as such in October. : Troy. .\ew

t.: :, ,' .., '. of late, that one almost feels' like "skipping" pear tree; and though it yields early it can teacher. FOURTH CIRCUIT *. ," County Treasurer-J.. N.,Peacock
\ never yield much, and its fruit does not Approved March 1, 1883. Troy
,\"- ; when he sees an article whose heading stand shipment as well as that of the seed- In obedience to the above law the Boardof St. John's 2d in March. Collector of Revenue
Tuesday -Newton
,; I ; 'l would seem to foreshadow something on ling. Against this it is maintained that it Public Instruction of this county, after Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Troy. Sapn, \w-

'.: ;. t.: that subject. But now and then something lives longer than the seedling,yields' choicer consultation with the principal teachers, Brat\l'ord1st\ Tuesday in April. "; Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley, New
.' varieties of fruit uniform in size and adopted the following text books Troy.
more : Baker 2d
'.. 11' ; gets into print in that line which ought not Tuesday April. LEON COUNTY.
quality, and not subject to the singular form Robinson's Arithmetic.New Nassau 3d in
: .".t. 1 to be skipped, and of such character is the of destruction which sometimes overtakesthe Graded American'Educational Reader Duval,lit Tuesday in April. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee
'I Tuesday May.
-,f #, .. ;, following from a late issue of The South; seedling, that of being dashed against Swinton's Seven American Classics.! Fall Term- Sheriff-A.Clerk-C. Moseley, Tallahassee
4 : ', P -A its own thorns.-llarper's Magazine. Seven English Classics and Natural Bookof A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
;' "One of the terse maxims of Franklinwas'Economy St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Superintendent of Schools-Henry N Felkel
.. Reading.
; '. .. is wealth.1 In no business 4th Tuesday in September. Tallahassee. '

;!'.-:;: !, .' is this maxim}more pertinent than in farm- AN ORDINANCETo Swinton's School'Geography.Webster's Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Trea.'mrCl.-.T. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
Dictional'V'Veil's .
: : : ing. Labor is the productive capital of the Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Collector
'" of C. Pearce
: ; ." farmer, and whatever tends to diminish the Amend an Ordinance ehntled '. An Ordi- Shorter Course in Grammar.Swinton's Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. hassee. Talla-
:; : the results of labor is to Prevent the Erection Wooden Word Speller.Cathcart's .
!, necessity or multiply nance of Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Assessor of Ta.le8-G. A. Croome
:. ; : the true road to wealth. If the man who Buildings, and to Provide Greater Security Literary Reader.Hart's Tallahas
makes two spires of grass grow where one Against Fires," Approved August 5, 1876.THAT English Grammar for advanced Spring Term- CIRCUIT. LEVY COUNTY.

'. t-: :"- .f,. '''.1): .. the formerly man equally grew is a a public benefactor benefactor who teaches, is not SECTION ONE OF SAID ORDI- pupils.Spencerian Copy Books. Sumter, 3d Monday in March. County Judge-J no. McDonell: Bronson.

t t. ',1 how to enable one man to do the usual be amended to read as follows : Arrangements have been made by the Marion, 4th Monday in March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.

r f ,. work of two or five. As corn is one of our Be it ordained by the City Council of Fer- Board with the publishers Messrs. Ivison, Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.

r '. : ; most valuable crops, we have made special nandina, with the approval l of the :Mayor, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., of New York, March. Assessor of Taxes; -Louis Appell, Bronson.
;t ti tt that from and after the of this ord- Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th' Monday in Collector Revenue
.t' '.f/ inquiry of many practical farmers how approval through Robt. E. Park, general agent, Ma- i of J. Ira Gore, Cedar
inance, it shall be unlawful, and against the con Ga., to furnish these books March. 'i Key.
', ... .t't; l .. many times they pass over a row ,of corn to at introduc-
k i ,. plant and cultivate it. We were surprised security of persons and property in the Cityof tory and exchange prices for the space of Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-\

\ i to find many good practical farmers who Fernandina, to build, erect, or construct ninety days after the opening of the schools. March. .. hall, Bronson.

j had never thought of making this calcular any wooden buildings, or buildings covered The books can be ohtainel at Fernandina, Fall Term- MADISON COUNTY.
," l tp. tion. The result of our inquiry was that (except the roof) with corrugated iron or tin, Brandy Branch, Callahan, and King's Ferry, Sumter, 1st Monday in October. County Judge-R.. Witherspoon, Madi t.,.

', t .: the best farmers varied all the way from within that portion of the city lying southof and the introductory and exchange prices Marion, 3d :Monday in October. son.

:. ; 1 twelve to twenty. Discarding fractions, Broome Street West of Fourth Street, will be published or furnished -by the un- Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison

':1' \ fifty-two of will .and north of Beach Streets. dersigned.The Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Clerk-John. Beggs, Madison
: rows corn grow on an acre,
}I the rows being four feet apart. At twenty- All ordinances or parts of ordinances con- teachers in this county are requiredto Alachua, 1st :Monday after 4th Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner.

,' r; I'M' six bushels to the acre, each row will have flicting with this.,.ordinance are hereby re- use these books, and the pupils are required November. Madison.

'", f : ; just one-half bushel.: To pass' twenty' times pealed. to have.them.By SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison.

.!" t over a row of corn to make it will not pay; Passed first reading September 12, 1883. order of the Board of Public Instruc- Spring Term- Collector of Ret'Clmer. H."Warring Mad
Passed second reading September 27 1883. tion. L. \V. HIGGINBOTHAM Orange, 4th Monday in January.
'. : twelve times, although little more than one1" : ison.Assessor
.,''I',;: t' half, will not pay. If the number could be Passed third reading, and adopted Octo- County Superintendent.ST. Volusia, Monday in February. of Taxes E. D. Wadsworth Mad

i 1 'x: : reduced to six, it would pay a fair return for I ber 17, 1883. Brevard, 1st Monday in March. ison.
i FRED W. HOYT Dade, 3d :Monday in April.
:2ti't MANATEE
?j : labor invested. This can be accomplished JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, COUNTY.
a p; & either by doubling the production of the President pro tem. of Council. Fernandina : Fall Term- County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, :Manatee.
:1'18.THIS .
\; acre or by using improved implements Attest : Orange, Monday in August. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.
r' r which will more than double the amount of W. F, WOOD, JR., City Clerk. Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
J. t Approved: UNDER THE Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor
of Taxes S. J.
: fj I work each time the row is passed over. Tyler, Bradentown
of the SISTERS ,
F. C. SUHRER OF ST. JOSEPH, 2d Monday in November.
t I ; fi ".:: With improved implements you can plant is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest Collector of Ret'enue-\1arion. G. Carlton,
M! and cultivate a row of corn i in passing over 47 Acting Mayor portions of Florida. Popash.

,I it? ',: it six times, five of which you can ride. The building which erected County Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward.
was especially
1 (HM' : The labor of cultivating cotton can he re- AN ORDINANCETo for a Boarding School, is large and airy. County Judge-Junius C. Gardner. Gaines- Pine Level. .
I j dnced equally as much. Farmers. think of ville. MARION COUNTY.
The Course of Instruction is and
Provide Fire the thorough
4 y'!''f' \ this and remember the maxim, 'Econom,' a Department for City of solid, comprising! both in English and Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala.

.'Irt.l ):. : is wealth.: Your labor is your productive Fernandina. French, all the branches of a good educa- Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala.

; ..t.... '( :lea: : capital, whether personal or'hired labor, and IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR tion. Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Assessor of Taxes 8.; H. Wienges, Gaines- Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield Ocala.

: ;.: '-f-; .', if you would win success, make your .labor BE Council of the City of Fernandina : Bedding, per quarter, $40.50.1usic Les- ville. Assesstor of lores-Thomas Barco, Cotton

t: largely] productive and it will be profitable." SECTION 1. That a Fire Department shall sons, with use of Instrument, $12.00. Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- Plant.

:r? +. -- be organized by the Council for the City of Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy ville. t Collecor of Revenue Frederick N. Foy

{ ..fi ; ;: KEEPING y ELERY.h Fernandina, and shall consist of as much Work taught without additional charge. Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Ocala.

: t.., ,' The Germantown Telegraph : ** We force and such officers as the Council shall Payments required in advance. Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-H. C. :Martin
4. :1 methods says specify. There shall be one Chief and a Schools will reopen October 1st. 1883. BAKER COUNTY. Fort McCoy.
: have tried various of
a ;: keeping -
First and Second Assistant, to be elected by For further particulars, apply to the Acad County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. :MONROE COUNTY.
; i : for winter use, and have found none so Clerk-F. J. Pons Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron
Key West.
: the Council and to hold office for the term emy.
r ; good as>> the following : Dig a trench from
Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West"Sheriff
of until their
one year, or successors are
J!: Ft: twelve to fifteen inches deep, from two to Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- George A. Demerritt, Key West.
elected said officers: to be elected at the
( ,1' i. '<' three feet wide, and as long as may be nec- ; DIRECTORY. derson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.. _
first of Council in November
regular meeting -
I :i essary. Place the roots in this:, singly, side Collector of Revenue Fleming B. Smith, Key West.
: ; :it- by side, the breadth of the trench, with the in each year. United States Officers.LAND Sanderson. Collector of Revenue -Walter C. Malonev.
.. SEC. 2. The Fire shall be .
Department under .
t. stalks a little leaning; then as each course West.Superintendent. .
OFFICE GAINESVILLE. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Jr., Key
the control of the City Council, and the
t- "
: : 4";; is being laid pack up against the roots about Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Olustee. of Schools--J.:,V. Harris,Key
Council shall have l
three inches of soil and then another general superintendence
: row Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. BRADFORD COUNTY. West.. -I" '/
'i 1 11.: ;;r of roots and soil and so on until the trench I: of ment.all property belonging to said Depart- SurveyorGeneralIalachi Martin, Talla- County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. NASSAU COUNT: t'.
<',,: is full. More soil is then to be added to
: hassee.
I J h ; Clerk F. York
-Henry Lake Butler.
) .' ( : within six inches of the then SEC. 3. The Chief Engineer shall have !supreme i County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan
I top ; a layerof
{ DISTRICT COURT. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. dina.
command of the Fire at.
r' Department
jf : straw and another layer of leaves, with a Judge-Thomas Settle Jacksonville. Assessor Ta.xes-X. C.
Wainwright, Clerk-J. A. Fernandina.
1 all fires and in his absence the assistants in Edwards
1 ;
:: H' ; board roof over the whole to keep out the Jarshal-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. Butler. -John A. Ellermann
Sheriff Fernandina.
the order named. ,
:-r,: rain. Of the selected should
course place
'. .i; ,; be high and dry, and as further security SEC. 4. That it shall not be lawful for an Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, AS.'i/essorof Taxes: -Win. H. Garland :Fer-
Santa Fe.Superintendent.
."'1' ... : : water trench should be : organization of firemen to have anything to INTERNAL REVENUE. nandina.
; r against a dug
I ;
;, f fi1,\yt<, around the whole a little deeper than the I do, or be connected, with the Fire Depart- Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott Fer
f: '.: ;:'l ., roots. If this plan is adopted all others ment of the City of Fernandina without the COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.: nandina.
consent of Council. John' W. Howell Fernandina. BREVARD COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
: : may be abandoned, as the celery] will keep
I r: Ilit: :' not only until spring but as long as may be SEC. 5. No apparatus belonging to the department Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Point.County Judge-James A. McCrory, City botham, Callahan.
,. '1' J also shall be assigned to any privateuse F. House St.
\ :: ; desired. We have tried with good success ORANGE COUNTY.
( Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville.
.' without the written consent of the Chief ,
R. L. Summerlin
County Judge Orlando.
the in flour barrels ,
; 11 standing celery up ,
Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses Geor-
1 ,. filling the interstices with sand, sinking the and the approval of the chairman of the State Officers. gianna. Clerk-J. P. Hughey. Orlando.
: '. Committee on Fire Department.SEC. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.
lower end of the barrels some six inches in
Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston Or-
the ground, and covering the same with soil, 6. The different companies shall EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. lando Orange Assessor of Taxes-James> M. Owens, Fort

t but the celery, although keeping as well, choose their own officers and manage their Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Superintendent, county.of Schools-A. Grady La Reid, :Fla.Collector.

a''' was not as tender and crisp as by the mode own internal affairs. Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Grange. of Revenue-Richard H. Marks.

J above recommended. SEC. 7. That in case of any disagreement Key "rest.Secretary Sanford.

I beets. should between a fire company and the Chief or of State-John L. Crawford Tallahassee CLAY COUNT Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks.
Ip Celery, cabbage, turnips, etc., County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange
.' never be kept in the cellar, as they hot only other officer of the Department, the same Park. Fort Reid.

.x often fail to keep, but their decay is very apt shall, after the emergency, be referred to the Comptroller-W. D. 'Barnes, Tallahassee. I Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove PUTNAM COUNTY.
to breed sickness in the family. Council, who shall decide the matter in con- Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. I Springs.Sheriff. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
troversy.SEC. Clerk-W. F. Forward Palatka.
Attorney-Genera1-George P. Raney, Talla- ,
James W. DeWitt Green Cove
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8. That the Chief Engineer shall have hassee. Sheriff Thomas Shally.

,p THE PRODUCTION OF SUGAR BYDIASTASE. power to suspend at any time any memberof Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Springs. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
the Fire for Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley.
Department or any company Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
Collector of Revenue Wm. S. Plummer
It is a curious fact that as diastase, or any act Calculated to cause a disturbance or Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. :Maxville. Superintendent of Public Schools- J. W.

.+ w, whatever other substance may be the transforming bring disgrace upon the Department, until Foster, Tallahassee. Strickland.
M, Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger
r : p agent in malt, acts upon starch and such time as he can bring the case' before Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Middleburg. TAYLOR COUNTY.

t converts it into maltose and dextrose, so Council for investigation. --------. County Judge W. H. Parker, Perry.
these in SEC. 9. All repairs to apparatus shall be BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. COLUMBIA Sheriff Thomas Osteen
products turn exert a retarding Perry.
Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City.
; influence further change. The done under the direction of the Committeeon Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
{ Y upon Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
Fire Department.SEC. Superintendent Schooh T. J.
of of dextrose of Franklin.
presence a large proportion -
Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City.
maltose the transfor- 10. Any company desiring to join the Perry.
; or undoubtedly stops
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City.
mation of starch, and this fact has been recorded Fire Department shall apply in writing, Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
r by Schutzenberger and others who through its proper officers, to Council, stat- Building, Collector of Tnxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.

p ar i have studied the question. It is easy to understand ing the number of members, its officers, etc.; SUPREME COURT. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee. Perry.

: ', rt ,therefore, that in a very thick mash such application to be indorsed by the Chair- Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Lake City. Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
of the Committee Fire Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr. Tallahas DUVAL COUNTY.
there mav be an incomplete conversion ; but man on Department.SEC. JOHN'S COUNTY.
William McLean
County Judge- A. Jack-
i "' if a portion of the dextrose or maltose be 11. Each company shall adopt some see.Associate sonville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus-
removed, anti a little fresh diastase added, uniform or badge to be worn when on duty, Justice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, tine.
Clerk E.
Thomas Buckman
; the action will be continned. This is, to which uniform or badge shall be reported to Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St.
Bowden Augustine.
j extent done in the and approved by Council. The Council shall Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Sheriff Uriah Jacksonville.
some practically sparg Sheriff Ramon Hernandez St.
Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- Augustine
ing operation in the brewery, but in conse- also adopt a uniform or badge to be worn CIRCUIT JUDGES. ville. Assessor of Taxes David L. Dunham. St.
quence of the high temperatures usually bv the Chief and Assistants when on duty. First Circuit.Augustus E. :Maxwell, Pen- Augustine:
Collector of RelenUeIoses J. Brown :
SEC. 12. The Chief shall with the ,
i? employed most of the diastase is destroyed. sacola. Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias.
r It would appear, therefore, that beneficial of Council, make such further rules and reg- Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- St. Augustine.Superintendent.
.1 Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus-
ulations for the of the
government department
r. results would be obtained by reserving a see. sell Jacksonville. of Schools-C. F. Perpall.St. .
. little of the grist for the purpose of sprinkling as he may deem necessary. Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Augustine.

z 5 5rv y t 1 it over the malt just prior to sparging; Passed first reading October 3, 1883. Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- HAMILTON COUNTY. SUMTER COUNTY.
J. Stewart
County Judge-Henry
i : ti; this fresh malt would yield the necessary Passed second reading October 17, 1883. Jasper.
Passed third reading October 17 1883 and ville.Fifth Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper. County Judge-Henry Cassidy, Leesburg.
: diastase or converting agent required to Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines-
Sheriff James M. Duncan Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J.
adopted. Ivey, Leesburg.
i' transform unconverted starch dex- ville.
4 i any or Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter Ancrum. Sheriff J. S.
' FRED W. HOYT Dyches, Leesburg.
trine into sligar. It may be argued that Sixth Circuit-H. L. :Mitchell, Tampa.
Collector of Rt'enue'v./ H. H. McLeod Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster.
President of Council. ,
: there will be loss, in consequence of the Seventh C'ircuit-'V. Archer Cocke, Sanford
Attest Columbia County.SuperintClldent Collector of Revenue-J. R. G. Hamilton
last addition of malt not :
being completelyextracted
;'. p' ; but this might be obviated by i W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. Court Calendar.FIRST of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Sumtervil1e.
, :.i ji erts, Ancrum. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
, ."l making a small separate mash of it at a Approved:
'' A comparatively low temperature.-Chemical 47 Acting Mayor., Fall Term- County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.

!!'| lY Review. _____________ Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live
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Walton, 4th Monday in October.. Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville.
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Sheriff J. Mickler, Brooksville. A. Reid, Live Oak.
-ni The orange tree grows all the time. That OFFICE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, in October. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.

is to be thought of. It calls: for the frequent FERNARDINA, FLA., October 8, 1883.ALL } Washington, 2d :Monday after 4th Monday ville. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wel-

a ', cares which are its due as well in winter as TEACHERS, TRUSTEES AND in October. Collector of Revenue F. M. Townsend, born.

i in summer. Not a few persons of the invalid of the public schools will Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,
: r, class, who had looked its culture please
; upon observe the following act of the Legislatureand October. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Live Oak.
:; as a mere pastime, have been broken down ir!
action of the Board of Public Instruc- Escambia. 1st Monday December. Fort Dade. Superintendent of Schools J. O. C. Jones
" through this cause, and having taken up tion of Nassau and them- This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Oak.

i ; I more land than they could manage. The selves accordingly county: govern ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

', lesson of such cases is not to attempt too Spring Term. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. County Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter-
# t :L much, but to keep to the five or ten acres CHAPTER 3446-No. 34. THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise.

t, perhaps within one's personal capacity. An Act Requiring Uniformity of Text Booksin Spring Term Assessor of Taxes-S.E. Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.

,f ; Nor has it been polite to putevervthing into the Public Schools this State. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Relenue-W. F. Burts, Tampa. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise.:

the single crop of oranges. The smaller The People of the State of Florida, repre- April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter

i fruits peaches: plums, and especially apricots sented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows Madison, 2d Monday in April. Tampa. prise.

; : -for canning, which come into bearing : SECTION 1. On the first :Monday in Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. JEFFERSON. Collector of Re'/enue-John/ Jordan, De-

; quickly, are useful in tiding over the rather :May, 1883, the Boards of Public Instructionof Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.

c, t tidious period of waiting for the orange trees the several counties that have not pro- in April.Columbia. Sheriff B. Simkins, Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

? ? to mature, and are always in profitable de- vided for uniformity of text books in the 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Enterprise.

'!'C;' mand. To start existence comfortably here public schools, meet and adopt a series of April. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, WAKULLA COUNTY.

{ the new-comer should have a capital of text books, and from and after that date the Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Monticello. County Judge W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

,". from $5,000: to $10,000. Peculiar energy, of use of such books as may be adopted, or of in April. County. Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.
I ;i! course, will do with less. such as have been adopted previous to the Fall Term- ticello. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.

i It requires about nine years to bring ana passage of this act, shall be obligatory upon Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
: \ orange tree from the seed into full bearing. the trustees and teachers of the several coun-- October. ticello. Crawfordville.

On the other hand, it is found that by deftly ties ; and said adoptions shall be in full Madison, Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- County Treasurer-TV. W. Walker, Craw-

; I inserting an orange bud into a small shoot force in said counties for a period of not less Hamilton, 4th,Monday in October. keenah. fordville.

J ; of lemon tree slitted in an X shape, and setting than five' years. Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Collector of Revenue TV. H. Walker,Craw

t this in the ground, a tree can be obtained SEC. 2. Any teacher refusing to use the in October. 1 '.! .*-, County Judge W. J. Dixon, New Troy. fordville. *

r s which bears marketable fruit after the text books adopted by the Board of Public j Columbia, Monday after 4th Monday Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, CrawI

I second year. The controversy rages as to Instruction of the county which he cr she I I I October. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ford ville.'r I

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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. In the Justice's!!! Court, Nassau sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans .

County, Fla.J. and all points in the West, Southwest, and DR. CLARK

Providing for the Issue n f Scrip to Defray the STATE OF FLORIDA NASSAU, COUNTY. points; and with the Central and People's .

Expense of Purdiasing Fire Apparatus. You Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for : ,
are hereby notified that a writ of at- BLOOD SYRUP
E IT ORDAINED Apalachicola and Tuesdays,'and 'Saturdays
BY THE MAYORand tachment has been issued against you, the
for Columbus lEufaula.
Council of the City of Fernandina : said V. R. Bristol, and your property attached -
:SECTION 1. That for the purpose: of raising to satisfy the demand of J. & T. ftirTake Cures all diseases of the
the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida Stomach
funds for the purchase and care of tire appa- Kydd, amounting to the sum of twenty-two laver, Bowels,
Central Western Railroad.
ratus for the city, the issue of interestbearing dollars and fifty cents. and Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS
testify to its
Through tickets via this at the Comany's
scrip to an amount not exceeding two Now, unless you shall appear before G. W. -
thousand dollars be and the I Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 efficacy in healing the above named diseases
same is hereby, Sclmyler. a Justice of the Peace in and for West and
authorized.SEC. Nassau County at his office at Fernandina, Bay pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known
: 2. Said scrip shall bear eight percent. Fla., on the 24th day of November, A. D. ,
per annum interest, and shall be receivablefor 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment will be Manager,

taxes for the years 1884 and 1885 in the rendered against you and your property soldto WILLIAM Jacksonville 0. Fla. GUARANTEED TO CURE
following proportion : one thousand dollarsfor pay the debts. Dated this 20th day of ,
taxes of 1884, and one thousand dollars, September, 1883. Gen'l Passenger Agent, Trade Mark.

or such part thereof as may be issued, for J. & T. KYDD. Jacksonville. Fla. AGENTS-ANTED.aLaboratory
I taxes of 1885; but the Council reserves the Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 22, 1883.4vv I ,
right to redeem said scrip at such previoustime Master Transportation,

as they may deem expedient, after having In the Justice's Court, Nassau Tallahassee, Fla.TDIE 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.

advertised for the space of thirty days in County, Fla. CARD
some newspaper publication in the City of ... CEDARTOWN GA., June 20th 1881.
WM. F. WOOD. Jr., vs. V. R. BRISTOL. OF THE JJr. Clark
Fernandina such order for redemption and JOh1l.8YJ&My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of
interest on said scrip shall cease after the STATE, OF FLORIDA, FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR Indian 46 Blood Syrup completely cured them. your

_ expiration of the said thirty days. NASSAU COUNTY. RAILROADAND RUDIE CANTLER.

SEC. 3. The said scrip shall be signed by You are hereby notified that a writ of at-

the Mayor, President of Council, and City tachment has been issued against you, the FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. Rt

rierk, and shall bear the seal of the city. said V.R. BrUtol.and your property attached, In Effect October 5th, 1883. D INDIGESTION GUARANTEED LOST TO APPETITE.CURB ALL BILIOUSNESS CASES OF

The form of said scrip shall be determinedupon to satisfy the demand of Win. F. Wood, Jr., GOING SOUTH.; SIMMONS DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH;

by Council, amounting to the sum of six dollars and COSTIVENESS, ENLARCED SPLEEN COLIC. &C.
SEC. 4. Said scrip shall be issued by the cents. Leave Femandina..ll.oo: a.m. ..
Bar.J R. Graves,
Editor and Proprietor "Baptist, R.
Leave Hart's Road. J. Johnson M, D.. of
Committee on Fire Department, in such Now unless shall before -11.40 a.m. Memphis,Tenn. says: 1 received Abbeville. Miss. Ang
sums as may be applied for. Schuyler, a Justice you of the appear Peace in and G.W.fur Leave Callahan.......................... 12.40p.m. works Liver h'i Medicine' .j b charm, and f want have no used better about a Liver half of ot It.your It 11.1882 College, says and:have 1 am practiced a graduate thirty-five of Georgia years.Medical I use

SEC. 5. The Committee on Fire Depart- said: county, at his office at Fernandina, Fla., Leave Dutton. 1.07 p.m. and certainly no more of Zeilm's mixture. Regulator your verMedicin.butitisasovereign medicine In my practice. It is not only a good
ment :shall report to each meeting of Council on the 20th day of December A. D. 1883 Leave Brandy Branch 1.22 p.m. Rev.13.A Kcffins, Frank'in.Er. Rev.J. remedy for flax.
at S.
Arrive Baldwin................ .'.. An .'b'! Beasley of Sammerton.
the amount of scrip issued the precedingweek 10 a. m.,judgment will be rendered against : 1.45 p.m. ;:I have:;says: It is the best medicine S a,Jan.'82.says: i have used Zeil-
ever taken in life. It '
to whom issued, the date, etc., and and sold to the debt. Leave \ 2.10 p.nl. 1 Li caring me of Dyspepsia.my Send "I' ";I In s preparation a great deal but find
said report shall be spread upon the minutes Dated this your 20th property day of October pay, 1883. Leave Maxville.......................... 2.35p.m. I another p-.ckage. Mast have it.me m;your its eRect medicine on the altogether ojstt-m.Tbe superior best.
of Council. 47 'WM. Leave Highland.... 2.56 p.m. Rev. J. L. Brittain, of Elountsvillo. Dr S. Mansfield. Wholesale
:: F. WOOD, JR. f Ala., March ISttJ! 1 Battered Druggist. Memphis.
says: with
SEC. 6. Each piece of scrip shall designatethe Leave Lawtey o.l2p.m. I. torpid liver and costiveness.and 7'ar sold Tenn it.eays"Have sold it SO """73: my predecessor

year for which it is receivable for taxes. Master's Sale.TTNDER Leave Temple's.......................... 3.28 p.m. bK'withadmlrableeffectforsck medicine cured used it good one maDr"dp.rs.00 one can before deny me.;and Tbac that.this it is medicine the tru end is a

:SEC1.. The funds received for said scrip Arrive Starke.............................. ............ -b.adachP cenaine'Siru'ncns Liver Medicine'none dare Kniasay
AND BY VIRTUE OF A Original and Only Genuine. IrtiS.: 1813.
shall be deposited with the Treasurer to the Leave Starke 3.36 p.m.
LJ decree rendered in the Circuit Court of Leave Thurston Put up in 25c.and SI.packages
credit of the .Fire 3.48p.m. ,
Department Fund and :
and bottles by
the Fourth Judicial Circuit F1 .
I shall be paid out upon warrants issued in of Florida, Nas- Arrive' 4.10 p.m. -F. M NS& CO. SJtS"8t! Mo, LY4.
sau County, on 4th day of September, Leave 'Val
accordance with the rules of Council. 4.20 p.m. I I : I' ..
I Passed: first reading October 10. 1883. A.D.1883, by W. B. Young, Esq., referee, in Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06p.m.
Paned second reading October 10. 1883. the suit of D. M. Hammond. Thos. J. Leave Arredondo 5.24 p.m.

IJa5-(- third reading, and adopted, Octo- Wharton, for foreclosure of mortgage, I will Leave 5.36p.m. p
as Sp'cial1\Iaster named in said ; '
ber 10 1883. decree, offer Leave 5.52
for sale to the highest p.m. CO'LLk ARTFORD
bidder before the
FRED W. HOYT Leave Bronson 6.211'.nl. ; ii
Court-House '
President pro lent, of Council. first door in Fc-rnandina, on the Leave Otter Creek.................f. 6.51 p.m. J 1r 1 &j

Attest: Monday of November next, being the Leave Rosewood...... ................... 7.30p.m.
fifth day of said month between Established S826.
[SEAL'M. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.ppro'cd the legal Arrive Cedar 8.02 p.m.
hours of sale said
on day all the estate, title
\ : and interest which Thomas J. Wharton had GOING NOKTH. L
on the 28th day of April A. D. 1877, in and Leave Cedar 7.15 a.m.
40 Acting Mayor. to Lot No. ((9)) nine, in Block No. Twentyfive Leave Rosewood....................- 7.53 a.m.

((25)), in the City of Fernandina, Nassau Leave Otter 8.28 a.m.
In the County Court Nassau
County, Florida. Leave 9.10a.m. IM N
County, Florida. Terms cash Leave 9.41 a.m.
purchaser paying for title.J. .
In flutter if the Estate of Nelson Parker.TTTIIEREAS. A. EhLERM ANN, Leave Batton 9.58 a.m.

I F. C. SUHRER, AS ADministrator Special Master.:: Leave Arredondo a.m.
?''t' 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 Arrive \Vnli1n.........................-..11.30.-.. -.1..m.--.
(Court t for the County or Nassau for an order Leave Waldo............................ ..11.45 a.m. -.

to sell certain lands belonging to the estateof BOOKS AND STATIONERY: Leave Thurston.........................12.13 p.m. _

Nelson Parker, deceased, for payment of Arrive Starke.............................. ............. _

. debts of said estate said lands lying in the HORACE DREW Leave Starke..............................12.31 p.m.

County of Nassau, Florida, and described as Leave 'rem ile's..........................12.39 p.m.

i follows: "Oookscllcr: Stationer, Leave Lawtey -........................... 1.00 p.m.

That portion of Little Pine Island known as J-* Printer and Binder. Leave Highland.......................... 1.20 p.m. MANUFACTURERS

j :Section ((47)) forty-seven, Township ((3) three, I..eaveIaxville........................... 1.38 p.m.

I North of Range: twenty-eight ((28)) East, that Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.60 p.m. ,
contained in lots one ((1)), and one and a School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.25p.m. Axes Hatchets OFPicks

half((14)), two ((2)), three ((3)), and three and a A SPECIALITY. Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.45 p.m.

a half ((31)), six ((6)), and seven ((7)), according Leave Dutton ............................. 3.00p.m. 9 ,

to the map showing the subdivisions of said Leave Callahan......................_.. 3.40p.m. AND OTHER EXTRA
Island-containing 23 77-100 acres, more or Leave Hart's Road.....................;. 4.25 p.m. QUALITY = ":\..

less-and it appearing from the petition and Trade..p. Liberal Special discounts and to Teachers and Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.00 p.m. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS. ::;..
prices Catalogue free on "
affidavit of F. C. Suhrer administrator, that application. Trains daily, except Sunday. .7.Y

Mary Parker, Nelson Parker, James Parker, Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
John Parker Mary Parker and Kate Parker, 59 W. BAY STREET PENINSULAR DIVISION. ,

the widow and children of said Nelson Par- JACKSONVILLE.FLARAILROA1JS. GOING SOUTH. all sizes and prices :om $3 to: $.3J. Also Plowing Machines. .

ker deceased, reside beyond the jurisdictionof Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m. Farmers will receive valuable information

known said Court, and that their residence is not Leave Dixie................................. 4.40 p.m. by writing to the makers, catalogues, Ac.,

: I Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57p.m.
It is, therefore, ordered, That said p.trtiesabove Leave Lochloosa.......................... 5.15 p.m. COLLINS & CO... 212 Water St.. New York.

lands named,and all others interested in said FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.42p.m. ..
before, are hereby notified to be and appear Leave Anthony Place.................. 6.07p.m. J

her me on the first Monday in Novem- FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN n. n. Leave Silver Spring..................... 6.35p.m. \ STOVES TIN-WARE, ETC.

next 1883, and show cause, if any they JACKSONVILLE July 1st 1883. Leave Ocala................................. 7.00p.m. "t.'I
fan/), why) an order for the sale of said lands \ B U LBS
above described /10MMEXCIXG Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.45 p.m. W. P. STREETY
this date ,
should not be granted, as road and Trains on this Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m. \ I
prayed in the petition of F. C. :Suhrer. administrator \j its connection will run as follows .- Second Street
opposite the Post-Office
as aforesaid. : GOING NORTH. ,

Given under m\' hand and seal this 25th I..eaveVildwood............ .............. 7.00a.m. y MILLIONS

day o'f September. A. I). 1883. WESTWARD.No.. 3. No. 1. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.25 a.m. OFTHEM FERNANDINA, FLA.

i1.i> .vl: ) H. J. BAKER. Accom. Mail. Leave Ocala................................. 8.30 a.m. /I v.

County Judgefor Leave Jacksonville....... 7.30 p m 1.301'111 Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.48a.m. I For FLORISTS and

Nassau County, Florida. Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45 p m 2.14 p m Leave Anthony Place................... 9,15a.m. \\
Fernandina, Fla., Sept. 29, 1883.td 'Lake City........... 1.10am 4.53pm Leave Orange Lake. ..................... 9.43a.m. / AMATEURS. -i.I

Live Oak............ 3.15am 5-55 Leave Lochloosa........................10.10a.m. I Dutch Bulbs, Japan la
In the Justice's Court, Xasstui! :Madison: ............ 5.25am 7.42pm pm Leave Hawthorne......................10.29 a.m. Bulbs, French Bulbs r1, ? wj f,$ ,

County, Fla. Drifton.............. 7.20am J9.05pm Leave Dixie...............................10.47 a.m. .. .r;,f Plants American for Greenhouses Bulbs. Also
.1. II. Xo, YES vs. MARGARET B )Monticello........ 9.35pm Arrive Waldo Junction..... ..........11.10a.m. -'-= and Window Gardens,
V R. BRISTOL, and THE Tallahassee......... 9.05am 10.30pm Trains daily, except Sunday. BEAUTIFUL

FLORIDA TOWN IMPROVEMENT} Leave Tallahassee......... 10.45 pIll Catalogue
I',IMI'ANY. Arrive Quincy .............11.05 a m 12.00 p m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. BEEDBMES, I .I.IQI.
Chatta. River..12.10 FREE I 1 j '\\Sochcster.N.Y.&Chicago,111.

I) NASSAU Leave River Junction.. 1.10 a III : Leave Fernandina....................... 9.30 a. m.

You COUNTY. Arrive Marianna.......... 2.41 am Leave Hart's Road....................10.10 a. m.
',lunent' are has hereby been notified that a writ of at- Pensacola.......... 9.30am Arrive Jacksonville.....................11.15 p. m. KICuriosityVariety c'S
issued against you, the Montgomery..... 8.50pm .
-a,1l: Margaret Bristol and V. R. Bristol, her *4 Mobile.............. GOING NORTH.
4.25 pIll Leave Jacksonville.. ....... ... StoreOffers
i'i4und, and your attached ; ...... .. 3.00p.m. .
propertv to New Orleans......
,,uiify the demand of A. B. Noyes 44 10.15pm Leave Hart's Road..................... 4.05p.m.
amount- Houston............
'Ii;-r to t.hnRMiilrtF fifYv-civ... f1ol11.. .rQ.n..n.l. n.i..h.... 6.50am Arrive i Fernandina: .................... 4.45p.m. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.
--- --- -- '4'"' u"-. a large and carefully selected
!11 i;cents. EASTWARD.No. ;l2fr Trams daily except aunaay. rq:

Now, unless you shall appear before G. W. 4. No. 2.Accoll1. SUNDAY TRAINS. TINND SHEET-IRON WARE

imyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for ArriveJacksonville. Mail. Leave Fernandina......7.00 a. m. 4.30 p. m. STOCK OF HOSIERY ROOFING AND
\ ...... 8.25am GUTTERING
:t"sau at his 3.00pm Arrive
county, office at Jacksonville..8.25 5.55
1 la.' on the Fernandina Baldwin............. 6.50am '2.02pm a. m. p. m.
day of November, A. D. Leave Jacksonville..9.10 a. m. 6.35 p. m. For Gentlemen Ladies and PUMPS: DRIVEN
Children. WELLS
Lake ETC.
;s,-1. at 10 o'clock City.......... 3.00 a m 11.38 a m Arrive ,
a. Fernandina..l0.35 8.00
tit.iered judgment will be Live Oak........... 1.25am 10.37am a. m. p. m.
'"1 pay the against debts.you, and your property sold Madison ............11.05pm 9.12am : IAN E E Eo CHIE: FS, A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea

Member 1883. Dated this 19th day of Drifton............... 9.05pm 7.30am CONNECTIONS. call, and compare my prices with those of

Monticello ......... 8.00 a m Silk, Linen, and Cotton. other houses, here or elsewhere.

1-crnandina A. B. NOYES. Tallahassee........ 7.15pm 6.05am AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
Fla., Sept. 22, 1883.4w Leave Tallahassee ........ 6.38 p m 5.55 a m With New York and Fernandina Steamship Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, BOOTS AND SHOES.

'lu the Justice's! Arrive Quincy............. 5.20 p m 4.45 a m ,I Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8a.ni.:11.35 Laces, Towels, Xapkiiis
Court ,
Nassau!!! Leave Cliatt'chee River 4.15 p m 3.45 a m a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New .
County, Fla. Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 a mIarianna. on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m. Dress Lining, Buttons :rTIIE SEW STORE.-f

:. E:.:& WADLEIGH, .A.dministra- :\ .......... 1.39am or 5.50 p.m. and Notions Generally.A .

iris of the Estate of W. A. }[ Leave Pensacola........... 7.15 p m With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- :J3 { W. F. WOOD Jr.
inborn;: vs. V. R. BRISTOL. J Leave Montgomery...... 8.30 a m nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- |} S

O WE OF; FLORIDA Leave Mobile............... 2.00pm CALLAHAN. TIES just received and marked low. \
I J. NASSAU, Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m To and from Savannah and Charleston at C> { Proprietor, }} E:
COUNTY.oii Leave Houston........... 6.15pm 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m. Our Stock of COB SETS is Very Superior.:
> ) are hereby notified that a writ of at- Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 daily AT BALDWIN, FLA.,

:U, ?lveilnhas> R. been issued against you, the except Sunday.SOLID To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m. $ fln PICTURE FRAMES:: BRACK- c OT

a Ued. to Bristol, and your property at- i TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola. AT HAWTHORNE, ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a
ltiadleigh satisfy the demand of E. E. S. SLEEPING CARS Madison to Pensacola. To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m. and 2.40 fine variety. _

Administratrix of the estate of p.m. II .:.;.
Now hundred dollars. At Jacksonville, with Way cross Line by With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand S S .>! -'
,unless you shall appear before G. W. No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the p. m., for Tampa daily except Sunday. SPECIALTY. -'

CUW a Justice of the Peace in and for all points North and East; with the Fernan- With Stage Line to and from Leesburg ANDS -

jwsau.. County, at his office at Fernandina, dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- daily except Sunday.AT j 3-Orders from the Country Solicited.'t
:, on the 24th dav of November, A. D. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on CEDAR KEY, FLA., .. SJ
:Jft at 10 o'clock the St. Johns River. With lEciisra-'s
a. m., judgment will be Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers t '
:' uerea against you, and your property At Baldwin by No. 1 and 2 with Florida for Key West, Monday and Thursday -: :- E1
'I* Pay the debts. Dated this 19th day Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gainesville p.m.; for Tampa and Manatee-Monday and 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.

eptem r, 1883. Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all Friday. ,
E. E. S. WADLEIGH. Gulf Ports. With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key HO FOR THE BEACH
By H. J. At Live Oak, with the Savannah Florida West and
Ftrnandina Baker, Attorney. Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.; A MOONLIGHT DRIVE
.-- Fla.. Sept. 22, 1883.4w & Western Railroad.At for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. AND t: { Fernandina, }} E
Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch For information respecting routes rates
Shingles. Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- etc., apply to The three elegant Omnibuses of McGinnis

All kinds at urdays.At A. O. MAcDONELL, & Rawson can be secured for private partieson :s { Cor. Centre & Third: } S ,

tf FRED W. HOYT & Co's. Chattabpochee River, with the Pensa- Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent. very reasonable terms,at any hour,either 1 1JTIIE
cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna Pen- D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 12 day or night.


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n. ; THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Counci1, at its last meeting, instructed the 1st, prox.,and suggest that the services of Range of Thermometer IX PORT. -

,] : Committee on City Popery to dispose of two officers be dispensed with. FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, Sch. Emma O. Rommel Sloan.
: i 'be city team. While the Mirrorl\s: in favorof FRED W. HOYT HORSKY'S DRUG STORE. Sch. Sorata (Br.), Bernard.Sch. .
.Io t MOXTHS : Mary Newell. Lank.
r ;' i 11.00 A YEAR; $1.00 retrenchment as much so as any one, it is R. E. ROBINSON, i; a .. Sch. Fannie W. Childs, Ha.,.

; ::'l i : :1 its judgment that the horse and cart we-e Finance Committee.The I : C'1 I w: I =::. 'Vinetc Sch. Rebecca H. Queen Smith.

Reflections. worth the keen:ng by the c.t '. The wok report was received, and_ the recom- It,4, e, 0 Sch. Geo Churchman Risley.
I. : of Imi'ipg tbe garbage from he streets mendations of the,committee adopted.The fieturJay..Oct.] .,0 1 ,8 8 0 179 781 NE. Sch.Sch. Standard DeMory: Gray, Bennett., Brewster..

; G&3 Mrs. Kydd is home 83an.' mijnt: be done cheaper by the contract sys- Committee Printing reported that Sun:k.y ..............21 70 72 72 71' 1 NE. Sch. Geo. B. McFarland Strong.

,.'jf. Major W. B. C. DurySe and wife returned te-n, but here are IDa lV othe.- rses the team they had prepared a form for the fire scrip, Monday _..........22 76 78 77 74 N. --- -

borne !est r'jbt iron IB Nc b. can Be pat to under prope' supervision, e3- and had the same printed. The report was 'fuesdsy..23 Wednesday..24. 72 70 73 72 69 69 70 IN. Auction Sale.

P.,, '.; ,: :;': Mr. John Heiljes!: who has been on a sno-.t pec'ally in he i inp-ovement and beautifying adopted, and a copy of the scrip ordered I Thursday..25 6S 169 72 71 NE. The City's Horse and Cart, and Harness,

:"', .' f.i Yc visit Norih! rs.urned last S 'i 'aY. of oat public st.e2t3 and grounds.to: war- spread upon the minutes. .......?...... 70 I 71 71 I XE. will be sold at auction Saturday, November
,, it The Committee Ordinances and Rules -- -------- 3, at 12 o'clock, at the corner of Second and
rant the eat.a of its maint nanc on
,, 'J i! ;; The first English snipe o: the lesson wee expense Centre Streets. City Scrip will be received
reported asubst"ute for the license ordinance
,H MARINE.Part in
; shotlwDr.J.D.Pa1.l'er'J'hu'day.: payment.
; The Sea Island Route
: h I introduced some two weeks since. The new P. KELLY.
'L f :-. Ph;it! Laa'tey was a 1 pa-e.l n e:O' :he Western Toe &.ean: >e" Ftori'Ja wilt go 01 .be Sea ordinance was read twice. A motion was of Fernandtua. Chairman City Property.

*, ,;', I. 1 '' Tcxa*. from New Yo K this \ve2k.Mayor 7>:and RO.l: .e be.,'ee.l tilts c'ty and Savannah made to read it the third time by its title HIGH WATER. Fernandina, Fla., Oct. 25, 1883.

!t, _" '! 'fii I; -, :: : Haley rear ed on the steamer on November ?st, when the schedule: of and to pass it, but before it was put to vote Saturday Sunday, Oct." 27 23..6:05..... 5:17 A.M.u 6:23 5:38 P. JL.: Brick
t ','. ; t '" :'f t Western TMS from a brief visit :o New i le lone: wibe nude daily, except Sanday.: Alderman Hoyt srggested a change in the Monday, 29...... 6:48 aa 7:05": 1,000,000 for Sale,

.I-' ;. >:, ., "i 1 j : I",,:1 H am!>,1 H-e.. T.its will'} virtually: : xblish! the old Cam-: verbiage: and the ordinance was referred Tuesday, 30...... 7:27" 7: 4" 2Jx4x8 At the inches.lowest cash C. C.price.STRATTON Size&of Co.Brick,

bo.land Route to iiie West and Northwest Wednesday. 31...... 8:06" 8:21"
I back to the committee.The 46-4m
ii The steamship: Western Tcxcs, which a- u 8:58"FJ.'lday Macon, Ga.
Nov. 1...... 8:42
Thursday :
..n 'I. rived from New York this week, brought. 23 the steamers" w.V: touch at B.a.: : sw.:ck 1 Co llmi:tee on City Property reportedas u 2...... 9:18 aa 9:35":

,, ." ", ". ;! :I.. 150:; passengers.: bci.i o"-ng a*id c? n'.15.: e'c.J day. follows : For Sale.

t It ';* FERNANDINA, October 24, 1883. ENTERED. Three hundred acres of land within two
t 'ft Some of our citizens: ara taking a considerable Death of Noble A. Marttn. To the Honorable City Council: Oct. 21-3. P. City of B.-idgeton, Dennett, miles of King's Ferry, Fla.; eighteen acres

!i ,, amount of the Fire Depal tment Sc.ip Noble A. Man, an old and rcspeciecl cltizei the matter of Savannah, with freight and improved. Good dwelling, kitchen etc.
Your committee to whom
k'' simply an investment. of Old Town,. died at hs? :'(;:denc3 on bids on lighting*the street lamps and day passengers, to W. B. Tucker For and particulars 75 young addressR.orange trees, on the place

+ J"} Two schoooe.-s oT Ray's L'ne av3 nowI Tuesday morning lest. October 23. :\li'. Ma. i scavenge work was referred, beg leave to 2 Sch.Standard cent.! Bennett, New .-OK, W. SWEARIXGEX

;' I .t- !c?.rrgj'1Ke\V' Yo *c "or tlrs port wiih ei11'1' tin was a ?.ilous member of Amelia Lodge moke:-he following report: 500 ions ..1i'oa)
."' ,' eral the:-c._.anc':se for oar. ire c."'an:3.: No. 47, F. & A.M., which has been ::1gula"I George The bids; Demotes received are bid.-On as follows garbage: $30 & W. P.. R. October 1st, 1883.
'f. k afflicted; : this year, this being the third total ; 24-Scb. Ceo. B. McFa iz:id, St-onf:
_' The schooner &c:'-e..ad; !s unload 500 lighting s.eet lamps, $8 ; $38. St. George, Me. ; toV.. B. C. Shingles.
{r; deatn among its members during that pc.od.Ir.1Ial'tin.s Plummer Edwards' bid-On garbage, $19.-
'I .' : tons of:ra'oad' i i01 et ive s'eavship wha: C Du ryee. All kinds at
50 si reet $16 total $35.50.
funeral took ; ligh ; ng lamps, ;
place on Thursday "
24 S. P. of Bridgeton, Dennett
:f. 'LL for ihe? Tio :'ra Cent al: & Wcs.e .1 r iJi'Oac1. Henry Clay's bid.-On garbage,$.0; I'ght- 38-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co's.For .
., and
'f1 morning at Old Tow.i cemete?, lie Masonic Savannah;with freight passengers -
'j and } of the ing streets lamps, $13 ; total, $33 ; and takes to W. B. Tucker, agent.
.r' I The opening recepJon! hop f/aterniiy performing i Us solemn cmemonies the city's hose and ca" ;. Rent.
25-S. S. Western Texas J. Risk, 1,210
:,d :.i{; Roller Skating Club took place last evening over tne g.ave.'He leaves a wife: end a large Stephe-i Wright's bid-On garbage, $15 ; tons New York ; freight and One of the best truck-farms intliis sec

s!::' '1; at the rink, and proved an immense success. family. lighting street lamps, $12; total, $27 ; and to R. W. Southwick' tion of the country. For particulars applyto
; .! takes the cify's horse and cart at cost. passengers MRS. EMMA FLETCHER.
.y), :Mrs. H. W. King and Mrs. J. A. Whitney Robert Brown's bid-On lighting street a ent. Third Street.
: h Fatal Accident.M. 26-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett,
:; .J .l returned from Philadelphia on Wednesday .. R. D. For: of the former! firm cf' Fox lamps, $18. Savannah, with freight and passengers Fernandina, August 11, 1883-tf.
:Y', Mrs. health has much Ben Redding's bid.-On lighting street
I .i evening. Whitney's to W. B. Tucker, agent.
: ft. & Bung, at Si. the( 75, Ca., met v/.th a 'aia1accVe'.it lamps, $14.50.You" Livery Stable at a Bargain.I .

+ E ,1' s'k= improved. 0.1 bead Ire steavsb'p W-3'trnT : committee are of the opinion that CLEARED. offer at a bargain my entire establish-

t' ,P', The schooner San JUCM: Captain! Hors, ,s o.i ? .Kii1ay eve ling Jas, by tai':ng Henry Clay is the lowest responsible bidder, 22-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennett. ment in this city, consisting of Carriages,
and recommend that both contracts be with
: which natnto: ; thisToo.; Jrst week disabled; down w'lHe the s'.33one-' Savannah freightand pas- Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage
an open hatchway awarded to him. sengers, by W. B.Tucker a;;;en',.
.h I has received }her new sells and :epav.ed he.: was m .I.:1g: ready fco '?ive he* doe* at :Port P. KELLY, 22-Sch. Silas C. Evans,Sylvanns, New Horses Terms, Harness of purchase, etc., CAsa.

'P : damage. She will probably proceed on her ; r. R. E ROBINSON, York lumber, by Hillia d &
t : P:>'-a! S. C. He received "af('J1 iju ies, and ; I G. F. AVERY.
_. P. W. KING
?t, to-day. Bailey. I Office and Stable-First Street Broom
#, voyage: vveu o-/ c le hour ...ele accident. Com. Hatch ,near
24-Sch. Geo. R. Ha-denbrook
i \ on City,Property. Street Wharf. 46
i The F..e;: Deia: iment have ob' :ned sufficient Tne office 3 of the s-rp' gave: l':m a'i rbeatie11 Port-au-Span, Trinidad ; 'arn-
\ The report ,wa$ received and the recommendations -
? { ninds o bay tbe and ladder t"c': ; "01 noss'b'e ,o alleviate: h"i sa.if 'r, ber ; by Davis & Ero. '
E .-, of the committee adopted, and 11 J. Castner G.'lf(1ne- NEW AD VFRTTSEI .ENTS.
it, and have orde eri i the so ve. It is honed that and dcs w'c.:: 'el1as.le:a' mc-eg2.: .o E::.uFo 25- ch.Iary ..
the committee instructed to pe-feet a contract Philadelphia ; lumber, by Davis
,'; r enough subset plions! will be raised: sho. ty j; f3 annsc'aibut he deuv! *> e ,'<3 with I. & Bro.
Henry Clay.
.' the cher:ca1 fire e a !ne. doc 'vo;i. A ... ; .. = 25 S. P. of Bridgeton Dennett, THE CELEBRATED
to get o. s r co.:> .e s r-o j; v as The Committee on Fire Department reported City ,

P' ;!..,'tr; Mrs. Chas. W. Lewis, who has been in be'u Wefiesta, t.ejo 7 fio'--g! nst P. Savannah ; with freight and passengers -
that the following parties were readyto by W. B. Tucker, a< ent.&L n I ttI
New Eng'and the past two weel:3 :e:.Jrled D. For t-'e deceased:: u ,re ,o b's: dea I h en ?
Texas J. Risk
.I" i take up their subscriptions to the interest 26-S. S. Western 1,210 I MONITOP OIL STOVES 1
': '1'1 ,j;: yesterday in the best of health.. M-a. Lewis; .."e.ee' '*, o' tbe 2':a o" O .Obf', 1887 bearing fire scrip : tons, New York ; freight and 8

-j. 1 ".;' 1;; was accoDdaughle. 1":1' 0./ :?e. ?I e r'ecs Ca *e. r>: i. .:; do'/.i toe bsic'-iaa: o'tbesiev1vip J. & T. -IJ"C1C1_................................. Ij)0vv passengers,by R.W. Southwick, In

i.g.' : o?: "..e 'a.e'rt"", 'e:>. 1:. "Lzx''s. Wf '. .1 T'&irt, a nl .b's jiy ca i fi tCL no ev- Mode Bros............... ........................ 25 00 27-S. agen.t.P. of Bridgeton, Dennett, FOR SALE BY

;.' J?, : 5c e 'ce w'*ci wl', ?n r carse o'p ne o at- J. C. Read....................................... 50 00 Savannah City with freight and I
rt ;' Rev. H. S. Yee; I'av-p-; been n evealed E. 0. Friend................................... 50 00 ; Tucker pas- FRED W. HOYT ,fe CO.
r '. ; by sickness j.om dellve;.' ig Ifs d'scojrse: : on"Crerration" :?: h. a. -eofficesc ie sroip. 1<'. W. Simmons.............................. 50 00 sengers,by W.B. ,agent.
I r: e T"vf.e was de-c'iea r.t Pc:' 'c P.: a1we.ivrbo 200 00
Florida Town
'' at the P.-esbj; *erian Church TmprovementCompa'y
that f subject boos *.r ,i'-:e accdent.: :-3 Fred W. Hoyt & Co........................ 50 00
i will
I I F' last night preach on GOODS.
; Sunday bony wn o oo-;-:t o this city and S3nt toSavennah A. B. K Oyes.................................... 50 00M. NEW I II IIr
:',,, ,. ;, to-morrow morning. All are 'nved.I : A. Williams.............................. 50 00
'. Thl'd?.y for i ite .neit. W. K. Bauknieht.........-......-.-..-..._._._..u.._. 25- 00- -
I ,I'', M1*. Cos. E. :"'ay'o-, rye it of the Fe ,"2J- P. Kelly.......t.................................. 25 00
dina & Jacksonville Rail oad at ,iac;'oiiq 2 tie County Assessment. J. H. Prescott................................. 25 00 o
vale, has been appointed General Traveling i.! '. W. H. Ga/laid tie: tjx ars;?.:0r, "or Mary: McDermott....................... 200 00

'"' ? the Florida Transit & Peninsular! Nassau coan .r, hs completed the tax boot A. Seydell & Bro.............. .............. 50 00 fii d
Agent o H. W. King..... ......... ..................... 10 00 ] BOOTS L
y4 : + Railroad Mr. E. J. Triay will fill she office fo: \.Je year 183;. Toe bcoits: show a.i inc.ease -
The committee further that
r station agent, in tb.lt city.: i in the oral va!ua ,:o'1 of tIez3' indpe.sonal' reported a a h
total of $1,240 had been subscribed so far,
It'1st' o"oacr$Z5-
: lOper-y over ,
1 > Jacksonville is bad'y' tangled up in her $1.000 of which had been collected, and the
t 000. Tne .'oral l Si lie ..a:*: ?s $9,6Ci.5C, neai V o
municipal government aft i.'S. She oughtto balance to be paid in a few days. ACOMPLETE GCM
$2,000 less ban If] si yeaaid l!'e coanty c.
send of her aldermen over here to
some J. A. Ellermann presented a drawback for : STOCK
tYr x tax $i7,105.77, a reduction of $2,500 on l tYelr's
take a few lessons 5n economy. Our Coun- amount Geo. S. into
taxes. M.. Garland's booLs look ,. paid by Avery 00 FOR
'' cil, at its last meeting, took action which the Mayor's court in April last, in a case of CCC
neat. We late from it the following! figures: STREET AND DRESS. r i
: :/,: will result in a reduction of$100'per month. assault and battery, from which an appealwas
't The total number of polls
'... t Mrs. Marianna Papy, Miss Annie Papy assessed i is. 717 taken. Judge J. M. Baker sustainedthe

and Miss Fannie Johnston, arrived in this Ofunmrloveu.la'1d'i there appeal, on the ground that t.heIayor LADIES' AND GENTS' d
j ::: 'r: ae assessed, in acies.....353,311 had and ordered the WU2
:: : city from the North Wednesday, cn route for Orimpiovea ta.ids............ 3,656 no jurisdiction money MISSES,
:' their home in Tallahassee. They will re- Tne value of real pro; e..ty refunded. The matter was referred! to the .

r ; ',' main in this city a few days, the guests o: in the city and towns is.. $475,777The Finance Committee.., r.ii CHILDREN'S
,I of the Transit Rail- value or teal pcoe'tV Alderman King asked to have the minutes -
{ I { Frank B Papy, Esq., iu the count.......... 973,176 AND BBEL
c of the previous meeting corrected in regard -
road. There are in the cote Y : Z
grey" .. t The Western Texas which cleared from Of horses and mue'.... 665 to the passage of the fire ordinance. It INFANTS'x
< Of cawle. 8,728 seems he introduced an amendment mak-

this port for New York yesterday morning, Of sheep.......................... 1,960( ing the eastern boundary of the fire limits r
i /to carried the following; cargo : 204 bales cot- Of hogs......... .. 2,942
i 4 384 cedar 165 cases cedar, 177 barrels The to..al value of these I the west side of Third street, but the amend- M I
ton logs ,
; lost by a vote of 3 to 2 J I
animals *s. 114,240 ment was ayes nays 05
.', : :j rosin, 93 barrels spirits, 68 packages oranges Value of personal property 2C:: 3,239 Aldermen King and Williams voting nay.
t :: ,';.1 and lemons, 29 packages merchan-
When the vote upon the adoption of the or-
t ':.J14{ dise, 10,000 feet lumber.. A t' 'eg ate value of aU real >
.... $1,859,432The dinance was taken the vote stood: Ayes-
and personal ty.
r m T The substitute for the license ordinance, prope ( STYLES, Z
i. : ] amounts to be collected are as follows: Kelly, Avery and Nayes-King

t.', !; : ; reported by the Committee on Ordinances at State tax proper..$7,796 76 and Williams. He wished to place himself PERFECT FITTING, d

*.-, "\ .f' the last meeting of the City Council, provides General school. 1,867 83 upon record in the matter. It went over till

.:.';;h": Ii for the payment of one-half the Tota' Slate: ................. $9,664 59 next meeting. 02fc GREAT VARIETY,

.,. .. amount collected by the State for occupation County tax proper......... 7,796 77 W
t County schooL.............. 5,532 40 List of Letters
fP{ tax except the license for express
\: : Stkngfund; ; and interest 2,7911 6
i .... ; companies, which has been fixed at $20 per Road ... 935 16 Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina O I FAIR PRICES 1 W

: "..'.!.'. .!I annum. Total county tax......... 17,105 77 Nassau county, Florida, Oct. 27, 1883.
for these letters must W
Persons calling say
>';I.i'1'1'1:: ;1 Advices received by Mr. R. W. Southwick, Total State and county.$26,770 36 advertised: h

\:= the agent.. in this city, from the New York Albert, Nancy" Hanson, Rev. G. H.

office, state that the following ships of the The City Council. Bennett, John W Ingersoll, Dr. N. Jas. .

line will sail for this port the next fours The regular meeting of the City Councilwas Bart, Hannah '.- King,,Joseph A.

s: ,' weeks: held Wednesday evening. Present: Al- Blake Baker, Joseph MarthaCoombs King Long,, Elizabeth Joseph 1 f15RESCOTL I O
1.1 : CiJ.yof San Antonio, October 27th. dermen Hoyt, Kelly, Avery, Williams King Freeman Levenston, Amy :. O

i';:' : '\' State of Texas November 2d. and Robinson. Alderman Hoyt in the chair. Carroll, Edna Maddox, Mrs. Sallie

i l. Western Texas November 9th. The following bills were ordered paid: Conners, GrantDrummond O'Donnell, John .} < o

t I'' i I City of San Antonio, November 16th. John Alberti!, for five days street scav- Fanny Reddic, Anne o

;,,' t!,; enger work................................... 5 00 Edwards, Louisa M. Rogers, DollyScattergood W FERNANDINA, FLA. V
i ::. Mr. Fred Balcom, general manager of the Florida Mirror, printing...................... 45 50 Edwards, Nannah Shrapshire. ,Pink Caleb

a t ':; National Refrigerating: and Construction Tax-Collector Meddaugh presented his Gray.C.W.Gallie, Mrs. John Sheffield York _ ,

i,;r ; Company, of Washington, D. C., was in the bond, accompanied by a communication.The Gilchrist, John (col.) Thornton, Gun

; \; : city yesterday. Mr. Balcom is in the State bond was approved, and the Finance William, Hagar i ARRIVING WEEKLYThe I

t, ', for number of ice 'I SAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M.
t, : : to locate the grounds a Committee instructed to have the same recorded -

f ;. ,:;: factories throughout the Slate, especially in the iecords of ihe Circuit Court. Peculiar Old Mystery!

': "; along the lines of the Transit and the Florida Mr. Meddaugh's sureties are C. H. Huot and Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
It of the of
: Tracts containing twenty acres each of was one peculiarities od-fLshioned Doctors that th }
'. t- Central & Western railroads. He expects Emil O. Friend, in the sum of$2,500 each.
would tell what said
(lever patients they : for them.
choice high hammock land on Orange Lake, were :r scribing They
the ,
for the first factory on
Ii; the machinery Another communication was read from suitable for orange growing and truck farm- 'j;would do the patients no good to knots and that it would only be grati-

.. 1'f... next New York steamer. Tax-Collector Meddaugh, stating that the ing, are now offered, for sale. These lands ying a foolish Miriosity.; In order to rep: patients from knowing, they
\ J authorities certainly ought to that he had refased to receive! the dog.
Our city : report
juld write the
are'very conveniently situated for transpor- prescriptions in dog-Latin, GO that most patients could nQ'read

:: l J. take some steps io improve tIle cemeie.y at tax was untrue. tation, by water'orrail; and will be sold on them, A that sort of thing now over. Thepatient wants know wha.:
', Old Town. The spot is naturally a very The Committee on Finance made the following -
terms to purchasers; Titles are unques- he cakes. He is weak, and wants to be ctrong: : or he is dyspeptic and
I rank weed3 and bushes
beautiful one, eport: tionable. Also.'aluable timber lands in x/ants to digest well. Or he has a troublesome liver which he wants to
allowed to until the FERNANDINA, October 2-1. 1883.
been place
l J' i have grow large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, put to rights. So he takes Brown's Iron "tiers about which there is no
I which should be held sac'.ed by any civilized: To the Honorable City Council:
r'' : February 16, 1882. Fernandina Fla. mystery at all. This is the best prepr.r:: 'tin of iron in the world, (n combination : -
community is a des;,.ice to the cj ,y. We Your Finance Committee, to whom was
j do not think the citizens will bes'V.clge anyexpenditares recommitted the subject of reducing the city Wanted. with gentle yet efficient tonics. It gives strength. It builds up
expenses (except such matters as had already enfeebled systems. It enriches imp veIi'h'd blood. It removes feminine
.: ; by tbe Comm: :e on Pubrc been acted upon), beg leave to report Two first-class barbels seek a steady situa-
It is
weaknesses. It casts out d bility. what YOU want and druggist
Wolink care of Zimmerman your
Improvements on the too-much-neglesxeiJ that they ecommend the reduction of the tion. Address.A. '
1, r last resting-place of our dead. day and night police force, !bm November ;432 Second Avenue,New York. has: it. e.

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