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: November 17, 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>.
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WASHINGTON.MATTERS Occasionally freight and passengers are conveyed NEJV YORK. GOSSIP. herd
one of Vanderbilt's
by way accommodating anxious [ sons-in-law. Shep"herd But tea to be good must be good tea.
scratched through" his examination We recall
It is claimed that the first of the anecdote of the Scotch pres-
graduated with hon-
byter, admonishing his too bibulous
VIRGINIA ELECTION ETC., ETC. January next regular passenger and freight SICK IIEARTS-oUR MODEL; BOARD OF ALDERMEN ors. To-day Shepherd is rich parish-
:fhe Editor of the ._rror: trains will be running on this line through POLITICAL INFLUENCE-COL- nent a and promi- oner : "Sandy, Sandy, whisky's a bad .
man while Bassett
is inmate "
WASHINGTON. D. C.. November 9. from Tampa to Jacksonville. The Gordon ONEL 'S 1.w' an of a thing. "Yees gees, your reverence," ,replies --:1-;
ETC. charitable
road is nearly all graded from Tampa northeastward He lacked those great the too yielding penitent, hardly
The announcement :is made that the far the i To the Editor J/trwi elements of yet
as as Big Hhlls' orongh of the ., success, self-reliance and cour- recovered from its effects "
:c Jnited States steamer Trenton leaves this I river, some 18 or 20 miles. Last week orders ../ age. His timidity made him speeshntly' ladwhisky.
I NEW YORK, November 10.1883. an uncessful And so with tea. Bad is
were given to stop work beyond the Hills- especially -
morning: for Newport, having on board H
pleader at the bar
borough, as a new route is being surveyed With the election over,there; are naturally while his absence of confidence bad ; and as much ignorance prevailson

jovial party-consisting of Secretary Chandler through Hernando county. The first route more weary hearts and empty pockets than in himself and constitutional nerv- the subject. 'xve take pleasure in calling

Postmaster-General Graham, and surveyed ran to Fort Dade thence toward ousness, made him even a hand at
gladness. The beaten candidates outnumHL poor attention to a letter which has
others. As it is about the middle of November Sumtervilleand Wildwood, through the Hay appeared recently -
ber the winners rind the working up a case. In his time he has had in the New
pond region where there is quite a hilly { thought of the Sun. The quantityof
it is to be hoped that this is the
I country with heavy ,grades, making the expense money spent without', gaining the desired some good causes but instead of working green teas consumed in this country as
l last junketing.(xpet1ifion of the season and of building than double that of them himself he would
more up
end must exert a (depressing influence on generally engage compared to black is out of all conscienceand
that the pleasures of winter life in Washington other portions of the route. I traveled with counsel, and thus lose his chances of making '
11 I know of candidate i
a proportions.
many. (Sheehy), a
own accompanied, i I by i
will be sufficient to keep the President conveyance my i money and fame. In the "
in "
wife and friends all through that region: liquor dealer and a candidate for Alderman, buildings Green tea when genuine, is much more
and his Cabinet in some sort of official two years ago.: and am well acquainted with who last week placed a mortgage of $6,000on which he at different times had an office the costly than black ; but so much more stimulating -

connection with the Government for the the topography of the country. Mr. Smith, lawyers always took pity on him and helped
his house to meet his.expenses. He was that a mixture of two-thirds black
rest of the year. It is astonishing, by the the veteran chief engineer: has found a new him along with his cases without
what the shameless route leaving Fort D.tle to the right, and beaten, and his money isa1)' gone. Another asking or and one-third green is even more than average -
to proportions
way going north by Clear Water lake, by which poor devil is so heavily in'::debt, as he told expecting any remuneration. He was an nervous systems can bear ; yet in some
of absenteeism has reached under
iractice means hehassecured that will ideal unsuccessful
not exceed man.
one himself last families
me evening./jie proposed "to nothing but green tea is used.
the present administration.! The Presidentwas thirty feet to the mile. Of course this proposed Colonel Mapleson has his hands full of
change of route will farm himself' out to his creditors, and thus The writer during his recent visit to
the better part of three months; many trouble
away at
of our Fort Dade friends, who have been so I work off his indebtedness," A third one present. There was everything Louisville in conversation with Messrs.

The Secretary of State visits Washington so long and anxiously for the railroad to come. lived in a comfortable little*v-* 'house, and his prepared for the reception of Patti. who Philips, of New York, and Mr. Gilliette of
seldom that he is practically a stranger here ; H'txvever, on the other hand. I believe h came by the Gallia; baskets of champagnehad
xx'ife, a pretty little woman, dressed well and Baltimore was glad to find a determinationon
Attorney-General Brexvster: has not spent the Florida Southern has already driven been
and also
stakes not far from Doctor Cochran which had means enough to indulge. in liberal donations purchased, a fine lunch- the part of both these large firms to wagea

three days in Washington since last May; will open up one of the richest sections of for charitable;(H"rros's. They are eon ordered, a couple of tugs engaged, when, fierce war on importations: of spuriousteas.

Secretary Chandler has passed the summer country in Hernando county, which will be, going to give up their little|honse and take through the malevolence of fate, the mes- )Ir. Gilliette imports a tea which he
cruising up and down the coast-perhaps he a blessing to the people. In order to pl1shfcrwarcI sage announcing her arrival failed to reach
guarantees is
apartments far up town to.one of the new- really genuine tea, called the
has been looking for our navy to take it in its enterprise, the managers of the the impressario in time and the Gallia
Gordon road have taken a large number of ly-erected shells, called apartment. houses, came "He Xo"mixttare from China. Messrs. Phil-
out of the wet, but he certainly has paid laborers from the camp of the commissary where the rent is cheap buvthe wind bleak. up alone, and Patti had to drive to her hotelin ips imports direct from Assam, India, and .
little attention to the Navy Department ; located at Idlewild toSumtervUle and other common cab. She in
I was a toweringrage also
I confess, when one looks'at< our newly- guarantee the absolute purity of the arti-
SecrctarLincoln accompanied the President places along the route toxvard Wild wood, and
Niccolini, her husband
elected Board of-AldermefJbne must blush was even cle. Both of those firms had kiosks at the
intending to complete that end of the road
out West and has made weekly trips
first, and In- means of construction: trains for the metropolis. Thenajority consists more put out. He consoled} himself, however Louisville Exposition, generously distributed -

I I away during the remainder of the season ; put on Wildwood, work this way as rapidly of i ignorant, pushing ana1unscrupulous with a dozen of raw oysters and a bottle in the daintiest of China cups, deli-

Ii i/ and HOW llI tmastl>r.General Gresham, : as possible. In the meantime all that liquor dealers. There are'jjnot more thatM of Chablis. Patti refreshed herself by cious measures of the grateful beverage.
though scarcely warm in office is awaY toNewport portion of the road not yet fully completed !+ snubbing the when he called.
at this end of the route will be hurried for- half a dozen who are in any, other business, manager After drinking one of which ont can thoroughly -

for a dash at fashionable folly. ward. It looks now as if there was goingto and one of them is the janitor of a large And now cjmes Bertini, one of his tenor, sympathize with Captain Marryatt's

I do not know but the Ship of Stale bo a hard race to see which of these two .. .. .. -- who brings a suit fur $.30.000, dIII1:1"P.'I__ delightful old
- in Jacob
uuiuiing in liroatiway, wmie the other is a '" T --n--n-n caption Faithful
flounders on about as well without these competing corporations will come steaming against Her :Majesty's Colonel,, for breach of
"gas (whose refrain should be the
he motto
or or
into Tarn pit* first, having secured perfect ragman s euphoniously t symbol -
inefficient officers with them. That
as they contract and
through connections with roads: now running styles himself. Of course a janitor may injury to his reputation. Ber- of every honest tea store) as he sings :

prostitute their offices and waste the money north and west from Jacksonville and be a worthy man. and a man who buys our tini was one of the much advertised new "No glory I covet no riches I want

the people pay for their services seems! bad other points north of here.-Banner. old clothes and empty bottles is a necessityin tenors whom Mapleson brought over. He i Ambition is nothing to me,

enough but the worst feature of it all is the made leis debut last week but his voice was But one thing I beg of kind heaven to grant. -
modern I
social life.
our For breakfast "
way it is done. Here is a government vessel TIlE OUTLOOK, FOR 1884 so cracked and he sang so false that the audi- -a good cup of tea.

: for instance, maintained for a certain The result of the election of Tuesday is to Still, when ,one thinks that these people ence did i not even deign: to hiss but actually ALEX. CURTIS

}purpose Without authority or sanction add largely to the number of States in who, no doubt, are able to sgn! their names guyed him. He had a contract with Mapleson St. J/ary.*, Git.. November 9, 18SS.GREENTEADRISKING. .

which 'Presidential contest of 1884 and read ordinary print to make laws
these officials transfer it to other uses; run may are for $3,000 a month. After his failure
be expected to be close or doubtful. Virginia .'
it at the public expense for their own pleasure. has been added to the Democratic for an important commercial centre like Mapleson wrote him that his absence was Editor
York Sun: I read with much
Private cars or railway trains are column making the South and New York City, it does make one feel desirable and that
again solid as he could not fulfill his interest the article in the Sun of October 12
placed at their disposal by obsequious companies creating a firm basis of 153 electoral voteson ashamed. But such is politics You area part of the contract by singing he (Maple- entitled "A Cup of Tea in Court, and par-
which to begin; calculations for the 201 tax-payer and do not care.'/or politics and ticularly the closing in which Professor
) who-receive their reward through son) felt himself released of his part of sentence -
needed to(le.t. paying.
NewJerseThasjustdemoumhTstrated '' Chandler told the
i : nc3iue Sr Judge he could
advantageous legislation or some sort of that she fairly be relied to isveperhaps, : $16,000year. .*-" ; rtini"wa8 atfirst; going, to. tajce,tli ,
may upon lp safely,,con tin off' ? tea-drinking if he would confine --, '....'.:,..
subsidy ; for instance, such as Assistant cast her 9 votes in' 1884 for the Democratic Should you have business about the City matter quietly and go back to Europe, but himself black tea. When in China in

Postmaster-General Elmer allowed to thePennsylvania : candidate. California may be expected Hall you are snubbed, ordered about, and some of his friends advised him to begin 1848 we were taken to see the tea factories.

company for a supposed. increase with some confidence perhaps to add her 8 insulted in such a manner as to make you suit and he 1 did There we were shown the corpse-like workmen -
votes, bringing the total of tolerably certain very foolishly so. It is now I who made
in the weight of mails carried by votes.for 1884 up to 170. Of the, other States lone to get home behind the wood shed and : said about the Academy that he was engaged black tea leaves green in hot-copper tea by rubbing pots. The the

them, donating about $850,000 a year to whiCh are commonly reckoned Democratic, kick yourself. Alongside of you is a sweeper solely because Gcrster wanted him. She poor devils were, in a manner protectedfrom

them without even being solicited to do so. and which in 1882 or later cave Democratic of the streets, in dirty blouse and ragged had been playinir with him in Europe and the copper fumes by wearing a damp
majorities, Connecticut on Tuesday last apparently cloth over the nose and tied behind the '
This: will pay for many private cars and committed herself to the Republican trousers, who controls a few votes. That he suited her. His voice then was fair, but to protect their mouths and nostrils. ears We

passes! and is an example of how it is done. cause! but apparently only. There re- man is a power beside you. A store keeper now it is ruined. Perhaps the climate affected were told that these workmen rarely survived -

The breaking up of the coalition in Vir- main Indiana with 15 votes, Nevada with 3. only a few weeks ago told me his experi- his throat. their second year at this employment.

ginia is the most substantial victory the Ohio with 23: and New York with 36. from ence. There was an apple woman in front Whe'i I wrote home about this:: my mother
which to draw the 31'ot(5 required, in ad- Things must indeed, have come to a pretty registered a vow that never again would she
Democrats have gained this fall. The resultof dition to those of the South. New Jersey and of his store who grew to be a nuisance. He pass: when an employer cannot dischargean drink green tt'a. and now she is 83. When

the elections in other States is of comparatively California, to make up the 201 needed under requested her to move but she refused to do employ for incompetency without preparing I occasionally pass along Vesey street and l

little importance. The State of the last apportionment. In view of the so, and threatened him with the terrors of himself for a suit for damages. Last see the cOPPl>r-hUl'el glint on the great masses 4
failing Democratic majorities of November of tea spread nut ad coptandum vulgus, I t,
Ohio has been gained as a permanency ; 6 in Ke'w York Connecticut and other the Board of Aldermen. He insisted, and week a waiter, who had been engaged in a wonder how many persons have been sent

New York is sure for the Democrats in the Northern States, all the States just men- although an Alderman, a liquor dealer of down town restaurant at a certain salary per tn the roadhouse or the early grave by this

Presidential campaign, no matter how local tioned will he most safely accounted doubt- course, intervened in her behalf, sheJiad to month, was discharged for incompetencyafter Chinese poison. WM. H. 'VILKEYsoN.The .
ful. Should
Indiana and Ohio
questions may vary the majorities in off cratic and Nevada and New York/go Repub-Demo- go. Then the Board': forced him to remove two days. He has brought a suit for

years; but the division which has existedin lican the Democrats would have more-than his-barrels and boxes .fron\ the sidewalk ;, damages for breach of contract and injuryto City Council. ;

Virginia and given the Republicans twoSenators enough votes to elect a Democratic Presi- on the ground that they were obstructing his reputation. The real cause of this The regular meeting of the City Council
dent. On the other hand, if New York the was held Wednesday evening with the following
through a political movement should Democratic no street. I believe that they even lawing are the numerous briefless law- -
go votes would be
which divided the Democrats against themselves found that one of'his wiudows Aldermen present : Avery, King,
required from either Indiana or Ohio. In projected an yers who take a case on speculation, divid-
was a great loss and menace to the Democratic success in 1884 would seem to inch further into the street than the law ing the amount of the judgment with the Kelly, Williams and Robinson ; Alderman

autonomy of the party. To have recovered require absolutely. apart from victories not allowed and forced him to undergo the expense claimant should they win the case. Most of Avery in the chair.
from it and to be expected, that New York should co: of I The following bills were ordered paid
to sweep away the power of Democratic, or in default of that, both Indiana altering it. Altogether New Yorkis the suits against street car companies for :

Mahone is to defeat forever the attempts ofa and Ohio and in addition to these of a remarkably well governed city. personal injuries are brought in this way. If J. C. Read keeping in repair plank
road Old
to Town for three
Republican administration! to buy over a Northern or Pacific States the following : Staten Island has a curiosity in the shapeof the litigants would steer clear of the lawyersand E. Mordecai night months.$56 for 25
New scavenger
part of the Democratic church, south.It fighting Jersey chance: and at all California.these States.There Less is of a Old Turk. This worthy individual is an settle with the companies direct, they month of October....... ...... ..........118 00-

should be more generally known that the self-confidence which operated so badly old horse, who within the recollection of would receive more money and have no John Alberti, 4J days' work on streets. 4 50- _

Washington harbors a multitude of claim in some States on Tuesday and hard the oldest inhabitant, has been in the em- trouble and Robert Brown, lighting street lampsfor
work maenable the more anxiety.A October.........,..,..... .,.................. 16 20-(
agents who live by victimizing ex-soldiers Democrats to win ploy of the Supervisors of the Poor. He is J -- -
these States and Horsey & Co., medicines for pauper... 3 70
and their heirs. The order of the Commissioner perhaps others. There iscertainly over thirty years old blind of one eye tooth- CUP OF TEA. r
no cause for Democratic_ ilisr____>miragement. _. petition a number of property-
of Pensions debarring some of these Potent influences at work u in less and rheumatic. It has frequently been Special Correspondence Florida Mirror: holders for a street lamp on the corner or

agents from practice is only a partial rem- favor of Democratic success are instanced in decided to sell him to the bone-yard, but The cup which cheers but does not inebriate Tenth and Alachua streets was granted, and

I I!!; edy. It was the intention of the authorities gone Ohio.Republican That State in would October, it last is but held for have the the old fellow has always put on such a woe may be a very good thing, and I believe the Street Committee authorized to place-

N to prosecute some of the agents, but legislation past and proposed, on the liquor begone look when he understood what was is, in almost all places and all seasons, the lamp as desired.

the Pension Office is not able under the restrictions question. If the latter question should be intended about him, that he has always for, anomalous as it may appear, scientiststell The Committee on City Property presented -

of the law to give any help in this imported Presidential into the canvass in Ohio in the found some friend to interest himself for us that in the intervals of the mazy its report of the proceeds of the-
as.from the
year with
direction, so I suppose the cases will be which prohibition was urged last intensity year, and him. Latterly a number of ladies have taken dance and heated ball rooms a cup of tea city's team, for which $180 had been re

abandoned for want of sufficient proof because of the heavy vote it received, it may up his case. He has a' stable to sleep in, will prove more cooling, refreshing, and un- ceived. They also presented the bond of

against: the swindlers. The only thing be, it might, result! again in the defeat of the and during the day he roams about the doubtedly less dangerous than the often- Henry Clay, the contractor for the street

seems to be to warn the public against Republican ticket and the same cause may commons. Everybody knows him and used and sometimes of
operate in other States. But much depends death-dealing plate scavenger work, etc. The bond was referred -
them through the press. All of the officials upon what a Democratic House of children and ladies give him dainties to eat. ice-cream while the sportsman, jealous of back for correction.The .

unite in recommendations to Congress to Representatives will do at the coming ses- Although he has lost his teeth his appetite his record and anxious to keep up his score, petition of a number of taxpayersfor

make the laws more strict, but it is a very sion various of Congress.Republican There journals are which utterances would in is enormous and his digestion healthy. On will tell you that he can work the moor"or the continuance of the old street scavenger -

difficult matter to provide against the folly : seem to indicate that the idea has entered election day he was harnessed to a cart and "breast the mountain" better with a system which had been tabled at the

punish these men. They have the evidence Republican leaders that it would bea the polling place. He was very tired when best "Islay malt," or, more Americano, be placed on file.Adjourned. .

against them in their hands, and should go issues"good thing which for them to go back to the "old he came back, and in consideration the Sr.- "Old Velvet of Kentucky." .
on up to 1876, the Repub-
to the trouble and expense of convicting lican party was so uniformly successful. perintendent allowed him half a pint of Again, its virtues and staying qualities .

them. If a few were sent to the peniten According to these gentlemen, "the solid whisky. He was not used to it, and.. it went have long been tested and acknowledged by I List of Letters

tiary it would end the confidence games South" is again to be waved at the head of to his head. He had sense enough to go the vast agricultural, and especially min Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi-
played in the name of the Government.The question Republican etc.column., are to be The laid tariff aside the, and silver home to his stable, however, where he lay ing populations of Australia, where tea, na, Nassau county, Florida, Nov. 16, 1883.

railroad depots at Washington these sectional cries to be made to take their down and slept off the effects of his dram. cold or hot, is the staple drink of one of the Persons calling for these letters must say

days remind one of the rush of travel to a place. They forget that many things have i Wednesday he was about the commons hardest working communities in the world. advertised:

summer resort in the first days of hot fashion.happened since the bloody shirt was in again, and visited the houses of friends who Tea also, and as contra-distinguished from Gordon, Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, Mrs. Sielne
I The country demands a more Griffin, Joseph Sadler :Miss
weather. Crowds of people are arriving by .. spirit in the party to which it progressive will are in the habit of giving-him chopped ap- coffee, is an "anti-febrile," and as such is Jacobs, Mrs. Margaret Stromberd, A. P.

every train. entrust the next administration. To at- ples and carrots. better adapted for tropical and semi-tropical Kings, William Thompson, Mrs. L. "

tempt in an era of peace and good feeling to The case of Lawyer Bassett, who, after a climates, in many of which, and where bil- :Muck, F. Temple, W. C.
RAILROAD NOTES. reanimate the dead issues and brutal .fictions Robinson. Alexander Webster John H.
J of an era of violent party conflictsthe mysterious disappearance of several days, ious complaints are not infrequent, medicalmen Snowball, J. C. Williams,, CurtisSAM'L

The country will regard as a Bourbon pro. turned up again a helpless lunatic, and at now recommend its use rather than
problem of railroads in South Florida T. RIDDELL P. M.
i is cedure of the most ultra and discreditable times a raving maniac, has excited a greattdeal coffee. Personally the writer is aware of
tending toward a solution. The Plant kind. Should the thus
campaign in
road is pushing rapidly, trains being run the House of Representatives, it will open be the of sympatby the legal profession this, and has heard like and favorable testi- The County School Board held its monthly -

from Tampa for policy of the Democrats to keep cool and where he was well known and generally mony from others who have tried it in such meeting on Thursday last. Beyond the ,

ten or fifteen construction purposes, some let tlieir adversaries howl down the xvind. liked. He was a member of the same'class climates as Central America and the West auditing of bills for salaries, etc., no busi- f
miles or more northeastward. Baltimore Sun. in the' Law School Elliott ness of
as F. Shep-- I Indies. public importance was transacted.

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AN AUTUMN SCENE. young as their lively "moticms suggested. to intense excitement.' His 'daily thoughtand \ of morniftg! 'prayer; the men released the prisoner [ for IffJuiS" :' "Perhaps he had slept but -
,', They approached the man familiarly One.so nightly dream: were of visiting the brought the carpet which he had the It'elqhat.fe\"ent. it was

The Indian Summer's vale of blue ,-. di privileged could only be the husband and Sheikh and offering his sword for'freedomand ,-;:. thoughtfullyprovided, and went on to their All through the pitchy blackness,
i Lies on the mountains far away ; father, or the eunuch, and the clerks experience Ferideh. If the patriot chief were as own devotions. Zohrab ought, I know/to or dreaming, he had seen the white raking;
And from the East foreyer negatived this latter supposition.But tolerant as rumor reluctantly declared, his have refused, and the story should .end at .his companions who had learned of
new. to
on the other hand he wore a black creed would be bar to service., While this hive
Dawn ushers in the no point with a harrowing narrative. his without food. Sharp pains
dreary day. transfixed
burnoos, colored clothes beneath i it, and a Zohrab was working himself up to action martyrdom. But my hero was not formedof body ; blood rushed to his head with his
The air is still, the rivulet gleamsIn head handkerchief of the brightest tints. his resolve precipitated by events. His martyr's stuff: He knelt and stood fold- ting vehemence and left it frozen. split
tilver flashes through the vale; How should a leader of the Wahabis dress superiors invited him to join the telegraph ed his hands and spread them, touched the., was still far from delirium, but he Zohrab(
The silken mist above the streams- himself like that? service of Eygpt, and they made so sure of ground with his forehead, and so on. As peculiar voices and raved in answer.heard
Where this dwelling could be situate that they despatched his succes- nobody watched him the The
Fair path-shines like a glist'ning sail. acceptance closely, performance Turks watched him anxiously as the dim
made a problem. My informant himself sor.the same day, giving Zohrab a month.to did not cause suspicion. In the heat light spread. Horrid experience
I see the squirrel skip and dart found time to indulge a mild curiosity. He arrange his affairs. That decided him. When of the morning they started, Zohrab in their them that this new-comer might do warned
Among the rainbow-tinted leaves, looked up his maps and books, but they the new clerk arrived by steamer the sup midst. To his questioning the Wahabis re- before he grew used to mischief
The glossy chestnuts fire his heart- gave no suggestion. There was actually no ply-ship chanced to be in port. Its return plied very briefly or not at all. Indeed, they one else heeded him, save by starving.a muckinnword Xo
But as for him he never grieves. hint to guide conJecture. dm el Jemal lies voyage carried this romantic youth, his scarcely spoke among themselves and no thrown in. e
on the Arabian side of the Red Sea but the pony and his carpet-bag to Suf. stronger proof could be alleged of the influ- Evening, was heralded by its chills.
Where red and russet orchards stand, reflections in mirage came from every quar Disguised as a well-to-do Arab of the lower ence religion has on character. That ,Arabs rab hud fallen beneath the loop-hole Zoh-
Bowing their burdens to the plain, ter. They were ruled by certain laws, no class he drew little notice. Suf is a mis- should be silent and self-contained seems the blacks entered when
',.: ;. The lover takes his loved one's hand doubt, immutable like all of nature's framing erable place inhabited by people calling incredible but the Wahabis habitually dis- themselves him.suddenly In spite and of his threw
And saunters through the orchard lane. but what they can be one is more puzzled themselves Bedouin who live by fishing play this phenomenon. Now and then, struggling upon they fixed the desperate -
to guess the longer one's experience of and petty piracy. They also grow the most after long brooding over earthly I wickedness food was served to the others. ropes and
The clouds are soft that fleck the sky, them. The real boats of which they
they saw attenuated crops recognized by science. Butit and heavenly joys, a warrior cried held the prisoner firmly while a slave untied
The dry leaves rustle past their feet; the phantom, as:: it were must be sailing on is a central station for feeding telegraph sharply, Lab Ullah !" seldom completingthe him and when the last knot
", But their unclouded reverie the west or northwest or southwest, if not posts and light-houses. A company of Turk- formula. And others would take it up, they pitched him headlong with was all loosed
And blissful dreams and visions sweet on all these points at once. But they stoodin ish soldiers garrison it, and a good numberof half unconsciously.At strength. When Zohrab recovered his their
the picture among trees and villages and people such as Zohrab seemed to be, are the halt Zohrab approached the chief they were laughing outside. feet
Outdo the splendor of the day, caravans which must be, the substanceof drawn thither on business. lie found his who heard his reproaches unmoved. "If
Such then was to be his fate
the of the bv
Surpass glory dawn ; them, in directions exactly opposite, unless way to the Medhafe, put up his pony and yon were going to visit Sheikh Abou 'I 1 1Nasr. hunger, with torment added After *
The world itself must pass away indeed, they were thrown across the visited the coffeehouse after a frugal meal.It you have no cause of complaint. I will mood.of helpless furious a ._
Ere such delights are dead and gone! Red Sea and the desert hundredsof agony raving got
Egyptian was a horrid little den, windowless blackall conduct you to him I" Xo more words hold upon him The Turks gathered
I mark their! measured steps-and slow- miles from the westward. It was mighty over with dirt and smoke. Coffee was would he give, but the tone meant death. feeble heap to defend themselves At midnight a-

The cottage gate, the parting kiss ; bewildering, and my friend gave it up. dispensed by a one-eyed negro in cups> that The next march brought them within I or near it. men came with lights.
His clerks knew nothing of science. Mi- had not been washed for months. Zohrab
"The Sheikh "
And think no summers vainly go view of El Husn so the Wahabis declared. I summons you they said,
was for them a natural feature of landscape had fallen into English so far at. least,
rage ways and led him he
That end in such triumphant bliss! Zohrab looked with all his power. Suppose ; out. Quietly followed across
in the lower world. But the number that his return to native habits sickened
the moonlit
of Wahabis who frequented the house told him. that this place, to visit which he had proba- courtyard, through dusky
0\ A ROMANCE OF THE MIRAGE. bly sacrificed his life, were not the substanceof alcoves, to an inner room where sat an old
them it must lie in Arabia somewhere.The i An old officer came bustling in and demanded but
his mirage dreams after all So it ap- vigorous (chief warrior and statesman
elder of the two Mohammedan and
a He should have boardedthe
papers. in truth and his heart sickened. In every inch. He smiled, took the
peared narguilleh
discreet did not want to know too much
vessel, but he was asleep. Zohrab as-
from his
.' The romances encountered in real life are about a spot which was evidently the sumed an air of dignity, and accompaniedhim the quarter were El! Husn lay, as the guides lips:, and told the slaves to go.
and It is : alleged, nothing was visible but piles of Health to you my son Sit down "
dreadfully sketchy incomplete. haunt of rebels and heretics. But the to the Medhafe. When the Captain read
the best and most interesting function of younger, Zohrab, was a fanatic patriot. that this:: stranger was an effendi in govern- crag ; and there were no mountains in the Zohrab was trying to collect his thoughts
the imaginative writer to give true stories though a Christian. He hated the WababS ment employ, he became anxiously defer- vision. Zohrab keenly scrutinized the plain for this supreme crisis. But on the first
shape rather than to build up fiction ; or so schismatics almost as bitterly as they hated tial-awkward investigations impending but it lay yellow and bare to the very foot effirt of will he felt them escape, fly round,
at least I think, having no faculty for in- his own creed, but he was reluctantly inclined But Zohrab let it be understood that for of those yellow barren hills. He had thrown transform themselves} and reappear the
vention. The outline of a tale which I am to think, as do many, that the su- grave and secret purposes he was instructedto away his life 1 same but in new shapes. They would not
going to fill in was given me by an officialof preme foe the Turk, will only be expelledy visit El Husn. and asked fora guide. The When still far from the crags, the party be held. Frightened, awe-struck by this
the Telegraph Service as we steamed one y aid of these bloodthirsty desperadoes.He officer looked startled. diverged toward a solitary mound. Two revolt Zohrab fell on the divan without
the blue of Suez. A Arabs who had been lying on its crest kicking off his shoes. The Sheikh
morning across bay watched the house where as he fancied, Every man in this accursed place knows started
slight mirage lay beneath the glowing hillson a grand conspiracy was brewing, until it the way except my soldiers. The people are rose to their feet and vanished. Presently in surprise. That act told him more than
the desert edge. I observed that the haunted him. Mixing up together war, rebels and heretics every one Xo guide they reappeared on horseback, galloping he looked to hear. The stranger was a
phenomenon is nowhere so vivid as in the patriotism, politics, romance and love, Zoh would serve you without the Sheikh's approval from the further side. At a furious pace Christian and a "personage." He smiled
South African veldt according to my experience. rab constructed new tales of adventure on ; and that perhaps you do not care some young Wahabis rode to meet them, in scornful pity, but without change of tone
My companion's travels had not every recurrence of the mirage. He had to ask publicly ? I thought nut Then if I whirling guns but not firing. All went on asked whence Zohrab came.
been so wide, though much more profitable. made a very distinct individuality for the ordered one of thess brutes to accompanyyou together to the well, talking eagerly. The The youth began his story, very slightlyand
But duty had kept him stationed in many Sheikh the man in the black burnoos. He I might as well send a burying party as remarks Zohrab overheard suggested that innocently falsified. He described how
parts of the Egyptian desert and he had had given him a name and provided him a rear-guard." it action was at hand. After spending the the fame of the great Arab had reached him
witnessed such surprising illusions as eclipse with a lovely daughter, Ferideh, whom "I could go alone, if the road is easy." night at this halt, the Wahabis rode in a at Beyrout. But in this early stage his attention -
all I heard of. I suggested thata straight course for the hills. The sun was wandered. He found himself
ever saw or after thrilling incidents he himself married "Easy enough, if you met no evil-minded talk-
plain report of them, coming: from an on the day that Arab independence was persons. You are acquainted with the Wahabi high when they reached a narrow gorge, ing of home of his mother and sisters--
authoritative person like himself, would be proclaimed in Damascus, and 50.000 Turks signs? Xo ? Then it is madness to so deep and and so abrupt that it lay in pulled up confused-began to tell of the
valuable to science and most curious to the including the Sultan and all his Pachas, proceed. Effendi !*' shadow almost cool while the crags plowed mirage, and described Um el Jemal, with a
public.He lost their heads. Though Zohrab was edu- '* We were told that the Sheikh hail abandoned and burnt above. Massive sungras, works flighty sketch of his English superior.The .
modestly could not he brought to cated in Frank learning, he did not under- his heresy." I of rough stone piled up, flanked the entrance Sheikh smoked and listened pleas-::
credit that any experience of his! might be stand mercy to the Ottoman. His most He?-he's an infidel ; may his father's : and at every point of vantage above antly. lIe observed, You do not mention
worthy of record, but told me what follows.At cherished wedding present would have been name be cursed But those who go back the winding road such defenses were repeated. your father-may his :soul have found
one time he had charge of a station the false Khalifs head and forward from El Husn are nearly all The Wahabis looked at them with interest peace "
down Red Sea. It in the and the elders told legends of fights He was killed by the Turks Zohrab
the was lonely ex- He was a Syrian of Beyrout, and a Chris- Wahabis, and it's fifty to one you come
: tremest sense of the word. He:two native tian, as has been said.: I picture tall across them. this gorge had witnessed. passionately shouted. When people told
clerks, and two servants were the only lithe youth, small of bone but muscular "Can you not teach me the passwords ?" A mile or two bevond its mouth the fortifications me of Sheikh Abou 'I Xasr I said, he is my
human beings within a radius of unknown with large eyes and a delicate mustache : in Oh !" said the Captain, suddenly blustering became continuous. Suddenly a father and my lord I will go and tight the
>, length. The Bedouins do not come that short, a hero after the school-girl fancy I've not neglected that duty. Wa valley opened with palms and green specksof Turk with him Oh, Sheikh they starve
there well herb for fields, and huts and black tent At the me, and\ I could not word with !
I way, for is not a or green when amiable and composed. An aesthetic habis have taken me for one of themselves get you
many miles around. Once a month a native barber would have longed for a model of Allah forgive my sin If you can recollectall further end, several miles away, shone the My blood is flame and my head a millstone
vessel called to replenish the kegs and bring Zohrab to exhibit in his:: shop window had I teach you, Effendi, there is no danger." white dome of a mosque. And in front appeared with lightning in it I am dying!"
forage for his horse and a pony belonging to he seen him in such a mood. But if, in So Zohrah learned his part carefully over- the house of the mirage on a terraceof Who told you the way hither?"
of the Zohrab. If this the mountain. Zohrab gasped It was "The Reis of our store boat. I showed
one clerks supplydid conversation, somebody spoke well of the hauled his baggage, removing all that could
not arrive within ten days of its appointed Turk, or alluded to the great days past raise suspicion handed it to the officer for no trick of the eye! In real stone and mor- him your house and your image, and the
time, the standing orders of the lit- and the present degradation of the Arab this keeping, and stretched himself upon the tar, there stood the gateway and the battlements Wahabis who came, and Ferideh"
tle colony enjoined them to embark and youth quivered and flamed like a war-horse earth, among th !eas. Then he stole away and the windows he had daily beheld "You showed him ?" began the Sheikh
leave the place. They had a boat for the tethered. An Arab of pure blood is curiously by moonlight. The soldiers, warned let four hundred miles away There was the astonished. Who is Ferideh ?"
purpose.Their. like his steed in peculiarities of ner- him pass the gate. Sheikh in black burnoos and bright handkerchief Your daughter! Oh, pardon me I
station, Urn el Jemal, was the homeof vous expression. A constant quiver of the The first stage was long, but easy and not There were the children playingon don't know what I say !" lIe threw himself -
mirage. It displayed itself in every pos nostrils, an unconscious thrill of straining dangerous. :Nevertheless to be alone in the the terrace. Zohrab forgot the peril in along the divan, hysterically sobbin .
sible form and in which would bethought instant which he lay. What could harm the man The Sheikh watched him thoughtfully
many muscles an promptitude to take desert is terrible. Not a shadow in the landscape -
Often when turned of to whom such a miracle was vouchsafed ? then clapped his hands and ordered bread
impossible. they fire, are characteristic each. My portraitof save the traveler's own, which his
out the desert was a lively scene. Fishing Zohrab is but half fanciful, of course : horse tramples wearily, with shuffling, noiseless Men clothed all in white came gallopingfrom and wine. Zohrab kissed his garments in
craft sailed in pellucid rivers; sometimes in drawing it 1 have before my eye a score feet. When the moon sank Zohrab dismounted the tents and loudly I welcomed their the Oriental manner, not practiced by this
great merchant ship or a man-o'-war ap- of models ; among them, be it admitted waiting the dawn with l his bridlein friends. Sheikh and girls vanished. Across semi-Frank since childhood. He devouredthe
peared; village stood out distinctly, camels with qualifications, that grandest of all his hand. That is a solemn pause, even the flat up the hillside, the Wahabis ad- small cake, and looked for more,
and caravans stalked along, men prayed and savages I ever met, the Sheikh 'Mteyer, who if no danger threatens. The still night is vanced. As Zohrab came out upon the ter- "Drink !r' the chief commanded, and he
marched. These visions changed from day betrayed his trust and did to death poor busy with sounds, soft and mysterious, high race he wondered whether Snleyman was swallowed the measure in one gulp.
to day. Sometimes: the fantastic became Palmer and Gill atid Charrington. But if up in air. They gather sometimes for a rush watching now and smoking by the station "Xow finish your tale my son !"
grotesque. Animals and men walked stolidly Zohrab was like what that old traitor had as of a mighty wind, but no breath stirs. door. About this hour the mirage appearedat My" head is whirling! I do not remember -
upside down, ships sailed in comfort on their been in youth, it was in outward semblance Then from the darkness, conies a sudden Um el Jemal. !
trucks. But one picture appeared alwaysthe on h.. clang' ringing and sonorous, that makes the Servants took the horses of the chiefs, You have told me you are a Christian! of
same, and very frequently. It flashed The stories he incessantly devised about lonely watcher start to his arms. Zohrab who went in. while their followers lay in Beyrout,' employed in the service of the
into sight directly behind the station. It the phantom castle and its indwellers made had never known, or had forgotten, the the house shadow eating, dreaming and Porte. You invoked certain powers to
was an ancient building of great size, castellated pleasant fooling for Suleyman and the ser rustling murmur of sand-grouse taking their sleeping ; so, many a time had Zohrab seen reach me. What are they ?"
with a broad terrace before its mass vants. They had no other diversion, and early flight in thousands ; the signals of the terrace occupied. Hour passed after ''Powers? You 1II;misunderstood.( Sheikh,
sive gateway. It did not glimmer into view, they loved a tale. But all the while Zohrabwas wild geese, and the sharp metallic cry of hour, buf he could neither eat nor sleep. or I talked foolishness."
} nor flicker in vanishing, but burst on the trying seriously to discover where dwelt zikzak plovers. Um el Jemal was too bar- Then two burly blacks called him. Aft \\' Xay, my son !" Then, looking fixedlyat
eye complete, substantial, remained about the chief who was plotting for the great ren even for those strong fliers. The dawn steps inside the arch, the roadway wheeledat Zohrab, and making strange signs, he
fifty minutes, and disappeared suddenly.So cause-who was also the father of Ferideh ; broke at last, and he resumed his way. fol- right angles where a portcullis hung on spoke in an unknown tongue. The youth
distinct was this phantom castle that the for his imagination had so mixed the two lowed it while the sun climbed higher and rusty chains. Several meurtrieres in either felt a deeper thrill of alarm as the thought
clerks knew each of its windows as familiarly threads of romance that they became one. higher, and pressed down on him like liquid wall allowed the garrison to make a last re- struck him that his mind 1 was giving way.
as their own. The terrace was often From the very first he had employed him- heat. The sand hills rolled away via either sistance behind the portcullis, though the He sat with eyes dilated, panting.
occupied by horses and men, who presently self in urging the crew of the supply-ship to side, so smoothly monotonous that their ;gate were forced. Under the further arch After several essays the Sheikh paused in
walked .out of the scene melting into air. make inquiries in all quarters ; had shown crests blended into one another, and the Zohrab saw a courtyard with stalky flowers bewilderment. What your power i is I
i The moment of disclosure, and the duration them the mirage, made a drawing of the castle world seemed flat. No landmarks but the and channels for. irrigation ; beyond it. know not. my sou, but it is superior: to
of the spectacle varied with the season with exhaustive notes, and offered a crags on the horizon, at whose feet the mirage painted arcades, where sat the \Vahabi mine. Instruct me therefore!"
.' and with other circumstances!: ,doubtless ; but moderate reward. The vessel hailed from glistened. The vegetation was all burnt chiefs in their snowy robes. But his con- I swear I do not know what you referto
this was the most constant of all the mirage Suf, a very small Arabian port, which desert and sapless, showing the sand through its ductors opened a narrow door in the thickness Sheikh."
pictures. Scientific people will regret that Bedouins seldom visited ; but it was the spiky, brittle twigs. No color there but grays of the wall, and threw him in. The A sharp clang of brass resounded, and the
my informant did not make precise observations only channel of communication with the and browns and dusty yellows ; but now dreary place he entered was a guard room negroes appeared. "Throw this Turk
and note them down. Civilized men world. The Arabs were interested, of course, and again a bone gleamed white and Zoh- used as a prison. Light entered dimly from over the cliff,"' the Sheikh commanded! and
have seldom opportunity to watch a phenomenon in a matter which had the savor of magic ; rab's high-strung nerves regarded it with a the meurtrieres for a few hour on each side in an instant Zohrab was overpoweredand
of the kind which often recurs. but for many succeeding months they prescient thrill.It of noon. Eight orten scarecrows in Turk- dragged out, yelling defiance and en-
That there must be such is evident; several brought no suggestion that would bear examination was noon when he reached the termination ish uniform lay around. Their eyes, feverishly treaties through the archway to the moon
,:. others less conspicuous and less interesting At length the Reis reportedwith of this stage. The pious soul who dugor bright, shone in the gloom Zohrab lit platform. Lights gleamed at the win-
haunted Um el Jemal. delight substantial news. A Bedouin, restored a muddy, blessed, puddle here addressed them eagerly. but they did not dows, and heads appeared far above. Upon
6 ;i The gentleman of whom I speak is not a calling at. Suf, recognized the sketch at a had been commemorated by a Whey ; but reply.In the very brink Zohrab heard the Sheikh :
fanciful person, and he had grave businessto glance. It represented El Husn, the fortress the Wahabis had passed that way, and after a few moments the Wahabis passed "Tell the truth."
occupy his mind. The clerks enjoyedmore palace of Sheikh Abou 'I 1 Xasr (Father of drinking had overthrown their benefactor'smodest and smiled grimly as they looked in. Peo- "uythe God we both worship, I haetold
leisure. They were young, and thoughan Victory), which lies four days journey across shrine for superstitious monument. ple came and: went through the archway. the truth !"
Oriental scarcely understands what it is the desert from Suf. Zohrab plunged into the evil-smelling pond, Then dusk crept over the fetid den, though One-lift him on the parapet. Two-
to be bored, that attribute is not caused by With this fact in hand, the Reis asked no beside his horse. Then, after the meal, he free men outside called it early after his feet. Throw him over. Well?"
lack of imagination. They took greater more. Who had not heard of El Husn and lay upon the sand to sleep. The evening noon. After some hours of impotent But Zohrab did not reply. He was looking -
interest in watching this apparition than the Sheikh Abort '1 Xasr? Every Arab is chill roused him suddenly and they set off storming Zohrab grew hungry, and asked to Heaven with prayers.
their superior could have found, since they familiar with these names. Zohrab had again. The second stage was traversed safe his' fellow-prisoners when food was served. .Father-father! not before our eyes !"
,. understood much in it that would have heard them often, and he asked particulars ly but with worse alarm, for Zohrab thoughthe A big-boned Turk, who had been fat and cried a girl's voice from above. And Zoh
been a mystery to him. The spectral man- which any of the crew could furnish, subjectto had lost his way, He reached the well jovial in other days, answered bitterly rab saw a lovely face outlined in the moonbeams -
sion was rather lively, as I have said. People correction. The Sheikh had been a Wa- early, drank ate, and lay down. Wakenedin from the darkness. "Those who enter here at a window..
came and went, and the very unusual habi in youth, and taken part in the grand the moonlight by the shrill neigh of his learn to live without eating !" It was ex- "Lift him back. Put him in room to
{.: proportion who were robed all in white, struggles which would have broken up the horse he saw a little cavalcade approaching. citement rather than hunger which Zohrab sleep. And presently Zohrab, dazed and
; the frequent praying and preaching, Turkish Empire had the fanatics been less In the desert one cannot hide; and Zohrab had suffered. But at the threat of starvation trembling in great shivers, lay on a carpet I
told political! secret. Wherever this fan- tigerish, and Ibrahim Pacha, the Arnaout, lay still. The strangers drew up, looked at he suddenly famished The. Turks with meat and wine beside him. It was I
tastic house might be situate, it was a been less shrewd. After the collapse of that him, and dispersed to their camp duties. would not answer again. long before he slept, and his dreams at first I
haunt of the Wahabis, therefore a home. of great movement, the Sheikh Abou 'l 1 Nasr They were not Bedouins, for no camel followed The prison had long been black as a mine were of a thousand dreadful deaths. Toward f
treason and rebellion, and therefore Zohrab retired to the fortress with his share of the them. After attending to their horses when servants arrived with torches. The morning he fell into heavy slumber. ;
loved to observe it. When there were no spoils of Mecca, Medina, and a hundred they sat down to eat. but two armed men negroes entered first, bound Zohrab and The Sheikh sat beside him when he woke. '
visitors on the terrace, donkeys often pa- shrines plundered by the Wahabis. When quietly stationed themselves beside Zohrab. threw him into a corner. Then the others After a moment's perplexity. Zohrab sprangto
raded there, equipped with such housings Ibrahim was preparing to follow thither, The moon vanished, but in the circle, rounda brought in food, a tiny mess of rice and a his feet ready for a struggle."I .
as wealthy Arab ladies use. And presently Mehemet Ali recalled him for a graver work. smouldering fire, torches were lit. He slab of unleavened bread for each prisoner- have taken counsel. Xow tell what
ladies mounted, their sex distinguishable, Abou :1 Nasr rested quiet a while maturing thought ou the situation, rose like a man saying the last. They laughed to hear his marvels you please, and I believe!"
t though they sat astride, by trousers and his plans, and giving himself to the study of from sleep, and advanced with salaams. All cries for food and curses. When all the You'kno\\ spoke the truth ?"
veil and the ugly, shapeless ferijeh. These magic, in which he was proficient beyond all eyed him gravely, but did not reply. He Turks had done, the slaves unbound Zoh- "I know that and more. But explain
demoiselles or dames rode out, but they men. When the Wahabis recovered heart tried a Wahabi signal, which grained instant rab. and took the light away.It how you saw me and my house if it was
never returned, probably because the vision he was ready, with patriotic devotion unaffected recognition. Sal 'Khayr!I" said the chief is not strange or painful for an Arab to not magic?"
disappeared before they got back. It was with treasure beyond counting, and courteously piously avoiding the name of fast a day and a night. Under ordinary circumstances In the sudden brightness of his spirits l. a
evident that the master of the house hada supreme wisdom. All Arab people consulted Allah. Zohrab sat beside this chief, and he will sleep through longer ab question rose to Zohrab's lips why the occult -
large harem. him as an oracle of God. The Sheikh the questioning began, but much l less eager stinence. But Zohrab's fervid imaginationwas powers had not cleared up this mystery -
About that personage the clerks could not Abou: 1' Xasr said, "Fight here! Remove than is usual.' His story was pat for he had moved here. That the realization of also. But he refrained, and told about
make up their minds. Upon the one hand that man Keep quiet there!I" and always little to conceal beside his creed, and while his wildest hopes should mean a fate like the mirage. The chief was: interested, but
! they thought they recognized him in a tall when his command was followed advantage their meal proceeded, a frugal 1 repast of this was hideous monstrous. He could not uneasy. If his dwelling could be spied on
man who was present ,when the females of ensued. He had ceased to be a Wahabi, bread and rice, the Wahabis listened with sleep. Standing by a loop-hole, he imploredeach hundreds of miles away, why not lua defenses -
the household came on the terrace, as occasionally smoking and drinking coffee, and doing grave politeness. At the end all rose, witha passer-by to tell the Sheikh this and : ? Zohrab reassured him partly. and
i J happened. It was deserted then, of what he pleased. The Arabs generally low ejaculation of thankfulness to Allah. that. An endless time it seemed before the he said in conclusion : Xow, Sheikh, will
course by all males excepting this individual thought none the worse of him for that ; Zohrab rose also.h that spy !I" the show of torches and the clash of the big yon enlist an infidel?"
.. who sat beneath the walls and smoked and the \Vahabis, though in their hearts re- chief commanded. In an instant, Zohrabwas doors told ,that real night had begun, and "If I enlist the Wahabi tiger for a good
with some of the women, probably the senting hisapostacy. dared not quarrel with stripped and tied thrown on the an endless time of horror succeeded before end, how can I refuse a Christian dog?" be
elders. Among the bevy playing around their great ally. earth and left there. they clashed again, opening in the dawn I answered, smiling. But those who wouldbe
several were children and others quite This detailed information stirred Zohrab The camp did not stir early. At the hour which would not reach that prison-house served by men must lower themselves to




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: Sheikh
him by the arm and led the trusty veterans, and waited. At Proprietary and
length two Fancy Goods
would advance or retire as way to a chamber which he entered first. A horsemen rode in with brief letter. t B. C. DURYEE,
a After
wnl.,I obedient 'though not :: little j
I figure; sprang from the divan, in a two
days' fight the Sheikh reported the FINE TOILET
ehanicaluHwements are not whirl of hair, to throw itself into his arms. passes had been 'forced. While he wrote ARTICLES, G ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,

'I' dt''l'rt. Is this proper conduct in the presence ofa the Turkish column
was pouring the PERFUMER
For a while messengers stranger you wild gazelle?" said the chief valley. Zohrab was solemnly commanded SOAPS, ETC., CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, :
arrived! 'o.
visitors more thickl
) laughing. Put on your veil. to take hip at once and sail for Aden, i IN GREAT
armed men encamped VARIETY.
I Wahabi or other/-while updn Pouting and blushing, but not much where, if by miracle the Scheikh escaped, I j FERNANDINA FLA.

within. to abashed. Zireh covered her face ; the proprieties he would rejoin his family. But he bade -
counsel Owing
doubtless:, the women of I becoming a young girl were not yet them all1lIod-by. and commended them to if j J $ Physicians9 Prescriptions Hay, Corn, Oats .
familiar. Zohrab saw again the features the merciful God. carefully "''
came out on this side. j compounded with pure Drugs at "
never IV. K.
lean and dear but not The evil had BAUKNIGIIT,
other space for airing, and sharp, the eyes so news spread before Zohrab I j reasonable prices.i ,
they used it. In his room dark and shadowed that light sparkled in gained the street. His soldiers were looting'on AGENT ,.

heard voices, and them as on the face of a black diamond the every side. He ran to his former quarters WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

wail of merry little girls whose pink-purple mouth ; the slender figure, too, and shouted for the head wife. Frightened AND STOCK DEALER.

His apartment had windows outlined in a robe of thinnest silk crossedon slaves shut the door in his face. Time BUTCHER ANDDealer .
the bosom, tightly swathed by scarf pressed cruelly. As the olliers'gathered i '
flour that looked on the harem : J. D.
) PALMER. in
upon the hips. Zireh looked at him when their load of worthless plunder-each re- I T. W. PALMER. Ice
z grab was sorely tempted to
'. ..,_. .1._ ___._:_... _I:' ..1.__ the veil was adjusted with the boldness of Ifyinnslv avoiding houses where! he individually PALMER BRO'S TENNESSEE BEEF .A SPTTfTT A T.TV_
11 was rI* LiltCfLoaIlIlY UI -
petulant childhood, discontentedly; askance ; had eaten bread- made ePHARMACISTS
that checked him. He !; ; they off for BROOM STREET WHARF,
vidual voice that should speak but the young man's expression had such the ;desert; and as their numbers increasedthe 19-tf

and t sometimes he thought to eager fire that she dropped her gaze, and townspeople became more threatening. 1++ II I : Ii .+ + : d-f- FERNANDINA. FLA.

lleineiiibering that if he could raised it angrily, and looked to her father, Zohrab hammered at the gate. and some LOUIS A. C. LANGE
bewildered. scores of Arabs swiftly collected full of ,
deh she could see him at ,
any Thin youth, Zireh, is Aghile mischief and Then he -4, PHOLSTERER
himVelf neat and soldierlike.After Agha, upon revenge. shouted J I U .
whose courage and discretion the safety of for Zireh ; and suddenly the door opened i SADDLE AND HARNESS-MAKER
awhile the: visits b(>(', us all may depend. Now I leave us, child." she stood shrinking before him. Where is ,

quent. For a day then two Zireh looked puzzled us she withdrew witha vour mother? Quick." But the throng Centre IFERNANDINA Street, near Depot, Foot of Centre Street.I v

cade was signaled from the touch of her forehead and a bow to the behind rushed in. and the girl sunk faint- FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

which Zohrab remembered so stranger. At the door she glanced up under ing in his arms. Zohrab shot down the FLORIDA.
heard the men discussing this her thick lashes, caught his foremost and the ,
eye again and as others pressed back Furniture repaired in the best manner. ,
which they drew conclusions. hastily went out. he caught up his bride, ran to the zenana-- Hair :Mattresses: made to order at short
ing; he sought the Sheikh, who I know-I know l"! the Sheikh ejacu and found! it empty Dropping Zireh on ./Sf ABSOLUTELY PURE notice. 36

ing and reckoning as usual. lated. "I hold a hostage dearer to you than the floor he hurried out. But the court

"My father you won the )life! Now to business. Three days ago I yard and the passages were now full of DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED JAMES: JIcGIFFIN,
Vietnfious in your youth. dismissed ruy Turkish prisoners secretly. Arabs, shrieking, yelling rushing hither

and renown you may rest at You will hear from them on your road, I and thither. If there were women's cries DRUGS AND CHEMICALS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

there who tight. But we are I doubt not. When the swine have delivered in that tumult they could not be heard. ,

me the untried" warriors in )' Suf into your hands give them 500 liras and Zohrab did not hesitate Nothing remained Alachua Street between Second and Third

let us go. help them to get away." but to die, since he had failed to save. Standard Patent :Medicines FERNANDINA
Take 200 men and march Had I dared to violate truth I should But as he gathered his weight for the rush, FLA.

may have an opportunity to liked to record that Zohrab's first act girlish arms caught him fast. Orders and estimates from a distance carefully -

selves men, for the Turks are gaining favor had been to procure the "Oh, save me, Aghile Agha! Save me -J Fancy TOILET Articles attended to. 25-tf
day. Hold that place to the release of these fellow-prisoners. So an Eng Save mer'Zohrab! -

sun !r' or a Christian would have behaved looked. When love pleads with O. S. OAKES

"Do" the Turks project a his bitterest personal foe perhaps. youth, honor which commands to refuse PERFUMERY
my characters are Arab with Arab ways and die must be found stronger than is AND BUILDER,
You have a shrewd virtue as of error. Zohrab had given the found in Arab's fiery blood. Zohrab carried LUBIN'S

Agha. Yes. When they have I no thought of kindness. He said, her back, lifted her through a window and EXTRACTS, etc. Tir I rf4\t
lire I have raised they will Have they strength to .reach Suf?" they ran to |the shore. There a boat was DOORS AND WINDOW
H IIsn. The result is in God's Oh. I have; fed waitimr. $ $ Especial and careful FRAMESOF
them till they are lusty with half a dozen of the sruard.Zohrab attention paidto
given" me many years of peace !I" young camels, and Turks can always l find took four and returned to meet the PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS by ALL SIZES. .
You speak as if the I"f Post Office Box 174..
cause for the devil's work." whole body of townsmen, armed now and an
tainlv be" defeated Sheikh,! Zohrab started the next day. At the sec- triumphant. The struggle was brief and experienced Druggist. jan4 Fernandina FlaW
despair? 3?* :MR.: RABB the
halt he received a communication. desperate. With one surviving comrade Manager, will sleep -
i., not I do re'ealed.Te not despair but should I to alarm and greed the command- Zohrah fought his way back. He gained over the store, and will respond to all calls IF.I ANSLEY;,

betrayed his post. Before dawn next the ship, which set sail for Aden. at. nilht. .
than a year in the South. the Arabs crept to a gate which they There Zireh was placed in charge of mission ,
"Then we should hold out
unlocked and carried the town. The ladies before her body-guard knew

took" the field. Sheikh, said nrhish soldiers fought and died ; the supe what was doing. A handsome draft on the Q
No I can command the \
; officers surrendered took the of Sheikh's treasure comforted I
wages their bodies- __ ____
a distance' but I cannot n
thewith; serve treachery and embarked in the after- not their souls. They would have liked to -

nor" me. raise a riot, but the police damped their ar- H

with I Mich understand.instruments But if you is Then Zohrab began his work with zeal, dor. When Zireh's eyes had been opened
victory the old fortifications to some ideas
building, elementary of life in this b
why employ them Sheikh ? I
ish question of wisdom." and mounting guns. Fortunately, the world and that to'come, Zohrab confessed Y
your were occupied down south, and their himself a Christian. The surprise was not
My son, the mason takes a only threw a dozen shells into the painful. for experience of English i
split the stone which he will in passing. Zohrab had had shown South side Centre
ion with a thousand the girl that Christians are not ftl KENDALCSJ St., near the Depot.
tempered steel. There and projects, but very few hands to ex unclean and miserable outcasts of human- Goth G
j'ou. )}in i'ortimount Suf; the people will his schemes. Time went by quickly, ity. So soon as he assured her that the s4A\J\ti uRE .. FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE. AND
them --;;: ""'- -
; after month. News arrived con- Sheikh knew of his religion. Zireh was -- .. i"7 MADE TO OHDEH.Jj&J ; .
pared. When -
} the time I -
comes from El Husn and rumors came by quite content, and in no little time she
thither with 2.000 men.." ',;i. The rebellion followed, ifc. nciiol.. fessed pro- 'THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY All work warranted.
...r>r\iii-vn...,.... herself a Christian-a bad I i
--- -- --- --- one, fear,
It is impossible the Turks Arabs, discovered as it is certain in its
mustering slightly, regarded
by land?" Turkish overpowered dogmatically, but gentle, compassionate effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
What Ibrahim Pasha garrisons swept the edge of and pure. BELOW. DOW'SJAMAICA '
cultivated land and mastered the They remained twelve
Turks will not venture And oases. months at Aden ;
Sheikh enemy concentrated yielding whole but no news came of the Sheikh or of his
added with pleasant ,' to the rush. Then Saved GINGER CORDIALIS
does Zohrab Effcndi still the reaction family. When that date was passed, Zorab Him $1,800.00.
in. The wilder people! of the desert of
deli ?" tired, marriage and he met no plea for
Zohrab made off with their plunder. The Wa- delay-that would not occur to an Arab ADAMS. N. Y., January 30,1882. NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,

colored furiously, but unrestrained, sacked mosques, over- maiden if, by such an unheard-of chance Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: but contains all the medicinal properties -
au>wer in the "
same tone. shrines murdered GENTS-Having used a good deal of of the finest Jamaica
dreams priests and perse- as this she were left to speak for herself. your Ginger Root. It
The Sheikh no more the orthodox. When the Turks be- The ceremony performed in the garrison Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I is very pleasant to take, and

smiled now. to move, no force remained to meet church amid such universal interest such thought I would let you know what it has
look ,
!for'' Ferideh together with face to face. Desperate forays were attentions to the pretty bride from the done for me. Two years ago I had as speedy CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,

open in their rear, and small parties were highest quarters, and such a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county. COLDS
military displaysas CHILLS CRAMP::
Zohrab COLIC
was transfixed. Such When I ,
off; but district by district they regained would alone have made it the was breaking him he kicked over

are not unknown in legend, or country. After twelve months though of their lives. A week afterward happiestevent the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his I DIARRII EA, DYSENTERY,
tory ; but those who give them struggle they hind legs all to pieces. I the best
was not finished nor will be so sailed for India and Zohrab is now high in employed PAINS in
debauchees the Stomach
or deposits above the farriers. but and Bowels
the all said ,
as Turkish dominion lasts it had the Telegraph Service of the Nizam where they he was spoiled.
propriety. the Sheikh to be war. Then if the Sheikh he t finds He had a very large thorough-pin, and I
dignified kindness unlike were a few Arabs to talk with and many used and :MALARIA: by warming and stimulating -
as advised two bottles of Kendall's
his Snavin
drunkard by agents or his familiar to avoid.--CornhUl Magazine. -your the Stomach and Bowels into rt ll/_\_l1 TVT_
hesitated. as of a madman. the peril of El Husn was niarh. Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off: and action. Sold by -- n

In his letters he had not breathed- : he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
Why, my son if I visited a hint used it for bone spavins and wind-galls and BRO'S, '
rout, would you not present the matternearest to his heart. And the SEA ISLAND ROUTE. it has always cured completely left, the Centre Street, Fernandina Fla.

"if ? And if I visited the though liberal in his ideas, would leg smooth.It far Also Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA::

gfctan, would she not show me all \ thought it shocking to mention a girl. -- is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made

of her realm? Are we Moslem day pressing news arrived. The Turks I have recommended it to a good and without peppei. 22
many .
our ". collecting an army to reduce the Wa- I
women unclean ? THE STEAMER they all say it does the work. I was in With-

"Oh, Sheikh !" cried Zohrab stronghold But Abou of'I 1 Wady Nasr Afre, as they gave erington Kneeland's: drug store i in Adams, PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor -

ward. there are no Moslem like was assured that the other day and saw a fine pictureyou for improvements in old
Nay, you do not know y purposed by land attacking him. On an ad .A sent them. I tried to buy it, but could I ones. Caveats Infringements, Trade-Marks-
good Moslem have broken law nobody had counted. He and all patent business
a not; thev said if I would write to you that promptly attended
haps to strong hopes of resisting successfully to.
the time but foolish would send INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
his desert barrier you me one. I wish you would,
for happiness of those they love precaution he sent his, harem as and a measure /J" and I will do you all the good I can. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
In speaking he led the way to Suf. Solemnly the old chief Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
stone com- ent Office and engaged in PATENT
passages, with massive them to Allah and his friend. Two BUSI-
turning useful if the walls were afterward NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
a rush a caravan arrived a score of ents in less time than those
of Bedouins, but valueless who are remote
A: __, .. and children. with many camel Spavin Cure.ON from "Washington.
UIsI.lpllned toe. The '
came out ( : of property. The men who guarded i CITY OF BRIDGETON When Inventors
chamber send model
where girlish voices leaving a few veterans to HUMAN FLE8II. or sketch
Zohrab's heart beat wildly as he master's guard we make search in the Patent Office, and! '
behind the Sheikh and looked. family. Zohrab gave up his WILL leave Fernandina for Savannah VEVAY. IND., August 12, 188!. advise as to its patentability free of chargeCorrespondence
of different to the ladies ; among their dark Brunswick Monday, Wednesday Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.: confidential fees

vociferously ages were seated on still swollen with tears and alarm, he and Friday, on arri\"alor train from Jack- GENTS-Sample of circulars received to able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS; reason-PAT-
playing at
some Zireh's. But they did not look son viJIe. day. Please send
er Children toddled about ana me some with my imprint, ENT IS OBTAINED.
rat languid: in the shade. Not Returning will leave Savannah for Fer- printed on one side only. The Kendall's: We refer by permission to the City Postmaster t
all the nandina and
the Sheikh weary months of Zohrab's ex- Brunswick oil-Tuesday.Thurs Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us, and to the Superintendent

wi-a his good bitterly!humor muttered the but it was the longest that followed this day and Saturday evening at 6 p. n1. and not only for animals but for human Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash the

Zohrab Effendi on He did not once see the girl now ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the ington. For special references circular
is Ferideh there? ,ser-
under his
roof and Deck
"Oh. yes, father. That is she the merest pro- Pass. without Meals, $3.0O leading farmers in our county, sprained an vice, terms, etc., addressC.
liest of all forbade him to seek communication ankle badly and knowing the value of the A. SNOW & CO.,

The Sheikh laughed her had any means come to hand. Cabin 4.0O remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it Opp.PatentOfice. Washineron.D.n. 2t'
w more softly. Sheikh reported almost daily and his did far better than he had expected; cured
explicit to a parent. \ I though calmly told the -
loveliest) of all?" was alarming. Excursion, 7.0O sprain in very short order.
O1, party he had sent to destroy the wells Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price McCartney Hedge Rose Plants..
you are mocking. She in the route the Turks must follow had Through tickets sold to New York. PhiJa-
scarf HAVE THE
and blue $1 bottle or 6 bottles for All ONLY FLORIDA-GROWN
trousers, with the driven back by Bedouins. delphia Boston and Baltimore. per $5. I
The ,
t HUS in her loose hair! See she for a diversion had failed. For tickets and staterooms druggists have it or can get it for yon or it Plants for sale at this place. Price $2.5O
None the
liver laughing! apply will be sent to address of per 100; $20.00 per 1.000.
Her slipper has his immediate retainers Company's office any on receipt
off stood by the foot of Centre Street.J. .
., What a lovely foot!r' and the enemy were getting into price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KEN ALSO, UMBRELLA TREES.M. .

That, Ferideh ? Regard the Forgetting all else in MERCIER:: DALL & CO., Enosburgh Falls Vt.
a .
They generous O'NEILL.
General Send for
are older Passenger Illustrated Circular.
and Agent.
more Zohrab begged to be relieved, J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. Fairbanks, Florida Transit R. R,

Sold by all Druggists. Refer to C. D. Furman, Fairbanks,.Fla.IL .


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, THE FLORIDA MiiSATURDAY lLOU. tration of State affairs, but Butler, the demagogue DRAYTON ISLAND. named in honor of William Drayton,: I THE CIVIL RIGHTS DECISION.

always appeared in the light of a Chief Justice of the Province under the
demagogue, endeavoring to turn every: English crown, who was suspended, and THE
., measure into a selfish .benefit. He has went lo South Carolina during the Revolu"
INCREASE OF TRAVEL AND.BUSINESS been cut down from temporary success and tionary war.
GOLD-THE FIRST WHITE MAN MURDERED IN To cross a bridge before one gets to it is

i is lamented by neither party. PUTNAM. "uCOlNTY. SIOJTEARS AGO-THE-GREAT. The island came into the possession of I I not an easy matter but all of us don't seem

'. The travel on all our thoroughfares is already We have had in Georgia several of these FREEZE.OF ISSSDRAYTON ISLAND,ESC\ :D. Zephaniah! Kingsley during the Spanish : to agree on that point. Such is the case

very large. It consists mainly of new- independent men, who ran a brief.career as Capt. Rene" "LandoniSre, the commander rule ; he derived his, title to it from George with our rights. Why stand and swear at

: comers and persons returning home. The reformers and independents and soon came of the French expedition:to Floridain Sibbald, to whom it was granted in 1804 the Supreme Court? Would we have them

people we now see on the trains are, evi- to'grief. The whole success of independent 1564, :during ,the summerof: that year and afterwards sold to Kingsley,who claimed say a thing is right when they know that it

dently substantial, intelligent people, who movements is in the outset, they never sur- sent an expedition""up the St. John's river, that he had been in possession of and culti- is wrong? For one, I am glad that it is

know where they are going, and have defi- vive long. We have had practically the under Capt. Vasseur.Jn his relation he vated it for many years and probably estab- over and feel that the country is safe, and
so are our rights. I have too much
nite plans they are carrying out. It is the full force of this movement in Florida at says : lished an orange grove upon it. faith in
the good sense of the American
best kind of population for Florida. We the last election. It has run the race .so far "I sent my two boats to discover the In 1837, Williams' Florida says : Drayton feel otherwise.As people to

' need intelligence more than muscle, except as obtaining any hold on the public mind is source of the river. They went so far thata Island, owned.by Mr. Z. Kingsley, contains a Southern negro I feel that the South

} for clearing hammock lands. The work'in concerned. It has no raison d'etre, no causeor distance of thirty leagues beyond a place I near 3,000 acres of" land, on which is a considerable she will would do more if Congress for ns of: did her nothing own accord but than

Florida is not heavy or very exacting. Pinelands element of growth. called Mathiaqua they discovered the entrance plantation.." enforcement acts, etc. Instead of anathematizing pass

: can be cleared up at a small cost, and Audacity may serve a present purpose, to a lake, upon the other side. of which At a sale of the property of George Kings- the Supreme Court and the Repub-

: easily enclosed::! and put in cultivation.The but is doomed to early defeat. Exit Ma- they could see no land (according to the report ley, a son of Zephaniah Kingsley the prop- a lican recognition party, let of us our go rights to work, not and the compel Republican to-

bulk of the new arrivals,'we should hone. Exit Butler. of the Indians, who often climbed the erty was purchased by John C. Calhoun,Jr,. party, not the Democratic party, but the

judge, go into the southern portion of the trees for that purpose, and were never able a son of John C. Calhoun' of South Caro- civilized world. And how? By doing as
THE RESULT OF THE RECENT ; every other class has done which has come
peninsula, but there are new settlers everywhere to see land), for which reason my"men lina.. He changed the name af the island to to this country save, our money, build a

a constant improvement is going on, ELECTIONS.We would not further, but turned about Anzie Island, the name of his first wife. few churches, but lots of work-shops mills,
go any
are now fully posted in the resultof and anything else that will tend to make
and the population of Florida is increasingday and visited the island of Edelano situated His second wife was the only daughter of
the recent State elections. The result is our children independent. For. as one with

by day. I! unmistakably in favor of the Democratic midway of the river; a place as beautiful as Judge Putnam, of Palatka.In a black face. I see, and know too, that

The opening up of the country by new party. New York, New Jersey, Ohio and any which 'co ldJ be found in the! ..whole the year 1835 a severe frost destroyedmost levers money that and education are to bring are the the negro two mighty to the

.4 routes of transportation keeps pace with the Virginia were considered doubtful States world, for in the space of three leagues, of the orange groves in East Florida level. An educated l negro here and there is

increase of population. There is a constant three months ago. Although Gov. Cleve- which it contained in its length and breadth, then mainly at St. Augustine and the lowerSt. not the thing ; this only shows the possibilities -
of the race. We must go earnestly to
increase of business on our railways, and land was elected by nearly 200,000 major- there was to be, seen, the greatest fertility, John's. Williams says, however, that work and educate our children. We must

their capacity is strained to the utmost to ity last year, yet it was well understoodthat and a people justly to be commended."At in 1837 the groves of wild oranges south of not educate them for gentlemen until we
the Republican voters purposely staidat have something to back it.Ve must not
meet demands upon them Volusia were in bearing, and that the
thousand the outlet of the village Edelano, fret about our children not being able. to
The roads south from Wildwood have not home. Twenty to thirty ma- young groves of sweet trees were eight or learn trades, while we sit and try to build i.o
which extended to the river it
was neces-
is as a majority as either
jority great part.yusually
been pushed as rapidly as we hoped they ; ten feet high and had a few blossoms.In machine shops no factories, no mills, or
obtains in New York. Garfield's sary to pass by an avenue three hundred other places where our youths may learn
would have been. It is not too late to reach 1846 ascended the St. John River and
majority. in 1880 was only 21,000, and Mr.Tilden's yards in length and fifteen yards in width, how to become the peers of other people.
Leesburg and Panasoffkee for the present camped one night on Drayton Island. The Our opportunities are what we make
in 1876, 32,000. Carr (Republican) on each side of which were planted large them, and we are destined to be not what
crop. It is said that the Plant South Florida for of State in 1881 had orange trees were very large, over a foot
Secretary a majorityof trees, the branches of which intermingledand other people make us, or the law fur that

Railroad will be open from Tampa to San- 13,000. At the election just held Carr formed a grand arch, which seemed as in diameter and 25 to 30 feet high, and had but what we make ourselves. I have found

ford by the 1st of January, and the Haines' (Republican) was elected by 19,000, while the appearance of being very old trees. As out to my sorrow to some extent, that we
though it had been purposely arranged as a want the pleasures of the rich without suf-
road, from Live Oak via Rowland's Bluff to O'Brien (Democrat) for Attorney Generalwas lefty trellis, so beautiful that nothing like it this was only eleven years after the fatal fering any of the hardships that the fathersof

: Gainesville, by the same time. This will elected by 25,000, and the balance of frost of 1835 I felt confident that these our rich men (the most of them) suffered
: could be found in the civilized world
I that their children might live at I
the Democratic State officers : ease. am
by majoritiesof
two excellent portions' of Florida, trees had escaped being cut down, and
open about That the is although it was entirely natural. not opposed to agitation ; I want all that we
but the Transit, the main trunk, should be 20,000. Legislature were probably not greatly injured. The can get. and don't blame our people for get-
Republican results from the fact that the Our men leaving this place passed Ene- ting all they can. hut I would rather see
carried through to Tampa and Charlotte location was well protected, and the dis- :
Democratic strength is concentrated in New guape, then to Chilily, from there to Patica, them go about it right thar. spend their days
Harbor without delay. With branches on tance less than twenty miles north of Voter fussing and doing nothing.Sir .
York city,the Assembly Districts of which their boats inn
finally to Goya where, leaving
either side of the Transit Railroad,.every Republicans sia, where Williams says the wild groves George Campbell, a member of the
are overwhelmingly Democratic. The little arm of the river with a guard, they British House of Commons, visited this
of the peninsula will be fully reached were in full bearing in 1837 two after
portion hold the rural districts by small years country a few years ago, and on returning
went visit the chief Outina who
to great ,
from Gainesville south. The Florida Southern majorities, and hence, although in the mi- the great freeze. home to England he gave to the world in a
received them kindly, and when they left book his impressions of whites and blacks
is to connect with the Western the of the State Island into the hands of
we hope, nority on popular vote to remain Drayton passed in the United States." Among other tiling
his house besought them so
at Lake. City. We have heard it intimated have their voting population so distributedas Mr. Reinhart, and is now owned I believeby he said of ns-and he said many-that we

that the Florida Southern would run to control the Legislature. New York is strongly that six of the men staid with him David F. Crosby, Esq. G. R. F. had reached a stage in the country's history

until it undoubtedly and decidedly Democratic in one of wliom, a gentleman named Grotauld, that it had taken: people of the same class in
Bluff Railroad, ------------
on the Europe a hundred years to attain. To be
crosses the Santa Fe, and then run to Lake this election. :Mr. O'Brien's Democratic who after remaining two months, making JAPAN PEnSIMJIOY-NEJV FRUITSWe scoffed at and have one spit upon yon is not

majority of 25,000 represents the voice of great efforts at exploration with another Fair- pleasant, to say the least; but I feel t and
This would require the putting in of are indebted to Mr. Smith, of
City. know that this will not always be so. It
New York. man whom I had some time previously detailed -
a third rail only, and might answer the pur-' banks, for very fine specimens of the Japan may be twenty-five, fifty or a hundred years
Ohio gave a Democratic majority of 13-, for that returned to me at
but would not be as good a line as the purpose persimmon grown by him at his pleasant before the happy event. Twenty years ago
pose, 000 on an exceedingly large vote. i Fort Caroline and told' me that they had I was a slave. Since that time I have spent
more direct route. If the Macon narrow- New Jersey increased its majority for home in that thriving little town. There i H ten years in the United States Civil Service.If .

gauge to Lake City is built, a new and valuable Governor from 651 in 1880 to over 6,000 in never seen a more beautiful country. Among scarcely any resemblance to the common such a change can occur in twenty year
other things, he reported that he had visiteda who can tell what the next twenty will
wild These specimens are above
connection will be made. 1883. persimmon.
Black I let educate children -
of whichwas bring. men, us our
__ _n _ ----- Virginia in 1881 elected Cameron (Repub-. place called Hostaqua, the king three inches in diameter, in color and appearance and in a way to make it possible tor

BUTLEIt AND MA II ONE.. lican Readjuster) by a majority of 11,716. so powerful that he could put three or resembling the smooth skinned to- them to be free and independent.We ,.
in the field and can never be free while we fit our-
four thousand warriors ,
There is a lesson of more than ordinary She has now elected a Democratic Legislature mato. They contain no seeds, and were full selves for nothing but waiter men, barbers

interest to be drawn from the downfall of and become again a Democratic State. that if I would join\ him we could put all of a rich, luscious pulp of an exceedingly and coachmen, though all labor is honorable -

audacious demagogues Pennsylvania in 1880 gave Garfield a ma- the rest of the people under our control ; flavor. The seeds : but then we must learn to strike upward -
those two conspicuous, agreeable were
ourselves. We cannot afford to wait
jority of 34,000, this Republican majorityhas knew the intricacies of
and that this
Butler: and Mahone. ,People are apt king the Patent Office in Washington about for our white brother to stop his onward
'force of been reduced one-half in 1883. The the mountain of Palassi (Apalache) which and the march in life to pull ns up with him. We
to be dazed'and confused by'the four years since, trees are now some
Legislature was already Republican. She had desire of reaching, must help ourselves, wait not for God or
the French a great
sheer'audacity. A swaggering bully will simply remains a Republican State. seven or eight feet high, and full of fruit. man ; God helps=" those only who help them
entire community. and where the enemy of Hostaqua lived, of selves. Educate your children in manna]
sometimes .terrorize an Connecticut Garfield majority of We regard species persimmon as a
gave a
if and all other kinds of labor, and 1mland
whom it would be to overcome we
Audacity goes a :great way in politics! ; _.a 2.600 in 1880, and had'a Republican Legislature easy very important and valuable addition to our and cultivate it, build houses and improve

bold, decided and defiant game appears in 1883. There isno change. were leagued together. This king sent me fruits, and destined to become of great com- them build steamboats and railroads-in a

: some pieces of brass taken from this moun- word let ns try and learn to do everythingthat
sometimes crowned with temporary suc- The result then stand's that the Democracy mercial importance. They can be picked
do. You must know that
man can
cess. .. : .have carried Ohio, New Jersey, New tain, from the foot of which there issued a when mature, and will keep several days, what any the white man has learned with hard

We have had many instances of bold York and Virginia of the doubtful States stream of gold or brass, as the savages ]long enough to reach Northern markets in study, after years of toil and much pain

and that Connecticut is Republican and thought, from which with a hollow cane. is that we. too. with patience, must also ,:ain.
loaded with fruit
themselves as order. The tree
demagogues setting up good We must not expect too much at once, since
patriots and friends of the people' upon Pennsylvania, with Minnesota and Iowa- they pushing ,it into the sand until it was highly ornamental, and seems perfectly the world has been thousands of yrar* in

always Republican-and Mississippi Demo- filled, they then blew away the sand and making; and still man is not perfect. The
issue. Partial if not entire adapted to our climate. There are other varieties -
some special cratic, with Chalmers extinguished. Decidedly obtained of gold and silver, which sat- same of our government ; it is two hundredor
to grains about the size of yellowishcolor. since the first wanderer
success has attended them. They seem there is encouragement for the of same more years came
suCcess. UiH every isfied them that there was a mine in the over and only twenty years ago since we
be on the march to power and Democracy to enter the coolest of .
upon. made free and in that time WP have
mountain and it was only five or six were ;
i scrupulous, energetic, masterful in their 1884. The Tribune barely claims thas thereis ; as Messrs. Lipsey & Son, nurserymen of had judges, senators and representatives,

! ways, they impress their individuality on a possibility of the Republican party carrying days'. journey from our fort going towardsthe Archer, describe in their catalogue the fol- State and National.Let .

them the next Presidential election. Northwest. I deliberated whether while us. then, be up and doing
other men who follow and support as lowing :
i _._ awaiting succor from France I should move With a heart for any fate;
"- -'- --- -
apostles of new ideas. .lIW1tl-Large, round, a little flattened, Still achieving, still pursuing.
A PREVENTIVE OF YELLOW forces to some river to the north, so as color.
usually The my orange Learn to labor and to wait.
Leadership brings arrogance. FEVER.Dr. J.UinakakinVery large, oblong, pointed,
to be nearer to this mountain. This is the true spirit, and the only royal
must be kept
semblance of strength up. high color, but few seeds.:;
Freire the chief of the
Domingos ,
road to success. I have no objection to seeing -
u One of men, named Peter Gambye, Hyaknme-Very large oblong, pointed,
... The audacious leader allows no discussion: ; government commission on yellow fever at my colored gentleman a Cabinet minister

he commands and expects obedience. It is Rio Janeiro, publishes results of experi- who had lived a long time in this countryto good quality.KurokumeSlightly oblong, reddish col- or anything else that he can get, bnt 1 do

a bold game, but always a losing one in the ments tending to show that, like small-pox, acquire their language and to trade with or, medium size, soft flesh, good. say it that when he is by foolish working to faithfully lose time he fightingfor may

long run. The motives of selfishness and yellow fever can be prevented or mitigatedby the Indians, finally arrived at the village of Die-Die J/awn-Large. round, with slight get more.I .
point at apex, good.
ambition are sure to-be unmasked ; he inoculation. He is confident that he has Edelano, where having amassed a quantity We suppose Mr. Smith's variety is the am more than surprised at our brethrenin
4 who threaten to desert the Republican -
beyond doubt that this fever is due and silver and to return to Kurokume.In Chicago
strains his leadership too far and his followers proven of gold wishing party for what the Supreme Court

: revolt. to the rapid multiplication and developmentof me, asked the king to loan him a canoe, addition to our standard fruits the or- did-a court that is supposed to be above

all these a microscopic alga, the micrococcus which is a vessel made out of one piece, ange, lemon, lime, fig, guava, etc., we have parties, the keepers, so to speak. and defenders
illustrate Congress
Mahone and Butler xanthogenicus in the blood under the influence of the Constitution. Did not -
.e is by the Indiansin added within the last few the Peen-to of
which ordinarily employed ,
phases perfectly. Their success lay in their of high temperature. This alga and : years and with the approval of a majority

themselves leaders its spores he finds in immense numbers in fishing and navigating their rivers, which or Chinese peach, which is a new and delicious the Republican party pass the Civil Rights
audacity ; they made Bill in the face of these facts as just laid
the earth of fever cemeteries. His i
and men dazed by their boldness and suc- experiments show yellow that guinea pigs and rabbits the King of Edelano agreed to do. But be- peach ripening in April the Harvey down by the court of last resort. Lvman

cess blindly followed them for a season. In can be made to take the yellow fever ing envious of the riches which he was peach ripening in May. The LeConte pear, Trunibull, Judge Edmunds, Geo. "". Julian

by confinement over earth from a yellow carrying he commanded two Indians is cultivated and many others, opposed: it on these
those away now being extensivelyand
Mahone at first appealed to .
Virginia, fever cemetery, as well as by the inoculationfrom grounds.For
who would lessen the burden of taxationby the blood of a yellow fever patient. It is who were to go with him in the canoe to profitably in Middle Florida, as well as one I feel that it is one of the best

then shown also that the disease can be trans- : kill him and bring back to him the gold in the peninsula, although not equal to the things that could have happened. It is
off the State debt. He
throwing I mitted from one patient to another by inocu- I ahont the last of the class of war legislation :
and merchandise l he carried with him, best varieties is an excellent fruit, and hence the wards of the nation -
appealed to the negroes to support his independent -I lation. His latter experiments have afforded we are no longer

movement by a coalition he suc- him numerous instances where animals. which the two traitors inhumanly carried ripens in July, thus giving it an early mar- but citizens in every sense of the word.
; It is foolish hold the Republican party
which, like the guinea pig, are very suscep- down with
out cut him hatchetas
as they ket at the North.
ceeded in getting the control of the State tible to the disease, are rendered quite incapable responsible for this decision, or think it a

government. He then bid for the patronage of taking it, even when inoculated I. he was making a fire in the middle of We have no doubt that other valua- cause for desertion ; on the contrary, to desert -

with the blood of a patient suffering from : the to cook fish. them now would be treason. Yet when
which camp some ble fruits and spices will be found adaptedto
of the Federal Government, was the. disease in a very virulent form. This the day comes, as it must when the negro
accorded to him with the understandingthat immunity was obtained in either of two Sometime afterwards Laudoniere sent an our climate and make valuable additionsto can see principles clearer, and vote for principles -

One wav was to inoculate the animal stock of fruits and commercial instead of men, that day will he the
he was to make of Virginia a Republican ways. expedition to Edelano to avenge the mur- our pro- look natural -
day It does not
of salvation.
l with a culture of a microbe found to ducts. Florida seems destined to becomethe our
j State in the next Presidential contest. be antagonistic to the yellow fever alga ; der of Peter Gambye, but the king fled and garden of the United States, and to furnish to see the negro all on one side, and vet

The people of Virginia at last compre- the other to inoculate with the yellow fever the French burned his town. means of support to a very large population it is hard for him to do better. Democracy H. "l'
alga itself, taking care to employ it only offers him no place of refuge.-B. U.
hended his purposes, his original supporterswere after it had been "attenuated' or modifiedby The lake referred to as being so wide that -- New York Herald.

disgusted at his attempt to land themin long" cultivation"' in the air, or by pass- the other shore could not be seen was the THE NEXT HousE.-There will be 325
ing it through the organism of a fowl. Of. members in the next House of Representatives Notice to TaxPayers.I .
the Republican party, the Republicanswere lake known Lake which
the two methods Dr. Freire prefers the now as George instead of the 293 of the last House. am now ready to receive the State and

disgusted at his complete control of. former, and so convinced is he of the pre- name it acquired during the English occupation The Eastern States have the 75 they had >n county taxes assessed for the year 1883. l

Federal patronage. The result is his complete ventive efficacy of sufficiently attenu- of the country The island called the last House; the Western States have 109 can be found at my office on Second street
I ated culture, that he is willing to submit instead of 92; the, Southern States have 121 next to Prescott's shoe store, on Tuesday
breakdown. himself to a public inoculation with the Eldelano,oras he sometimes spells it L'Ada- instead of 106. The Democrats have a ma- Thursdays and Saturdays! when not on a

Butler appealed to the prejudices of all blood of a )'elle"fever corpse, provided he lano, is readily recognized as the island in jority of 64. or twice the number of new collecting tour in the country.
I has been previously inoculated with a cul- members. SCOTT.
The Democrats will have 194 WARREN F.
'classes he set himself as a reformer. the mouth of Lake George now called
.". ; up ture prepared under his supervision or according members in all. The East sends 42, the Collector of Revenue Nassau county,
He exposed many bad spo ts in the a inis- to his directions. Drayton Island, and'was undoubtedly West 51 and the South 101. Fernandina, Fla., November 8,1883.THE .
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One of the best Tor truck-farm licnt. inthis section ---- REAL ESTATE. .. J &> T- KYDD.: :

of the For applyto
country.MBS. EMMA particulars FLETCHER. "", ,. ,. :. .,, .
Thin I Street. "
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Fernandina, August" 1883-tf. ',' .' .JJ 1. i $ FURNITURE !
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At I have lately Jewelry received Establtxh, and am making ient. ,,' ..":;. n.....' New Fall Goods Now Opening

weekly I additions to my stock of Watches, ", RECEIVED THIS ,
Clocks, fine Solid and Rolled Gold Jewelry, 1..1- JUST
Florida Jewelry, etc., of the latest designs, } / ijfyFlorida-'. .; :".;;"?,,: a.newlot.: of AND RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.
j i which I offer to the public at reasonable .. .J' ': .-''.,, ; ";. -..
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i :1"I. ; Chamber Suits,
prices. "" 1, ''' -
1 WM. LAKE :*.1'/; t. >':% Novelties illyDress Silks,

Corner Centre and Third Streets. .*,;,.-";';$.,;."""'.">i,>-.j,;:;.,., Parlor; Suits,
Fernandina, Fla., November 9, 1833. :<'"-'f -,' .S'C ,. Goods
-\-t,' ) ." ';, 'j <;".'": L-- Tables, Lounges _.
: 'Jf.J'i ,
Livery Stable at a Bargain.I '," : -
offer at a bargain my entire establishment ; .a: -- ,1f;sx ;,.; .'. rBockers, Chairs, Cashmeres, Prints,

in this city consisting of Carriages, ... ,.*? #' '. _' Wardrobes .
Wagons, Carts,Saddle and Carriage ,.. :; .. Cambrics
Buggies -:'t'n. ,-.\ ,,;, etc., etc.,
Harness, etc.
Horses, Bedsteads
Terms of purchase, CASH. ',;.;, .> ....,i.f., ,
G. F. AVERY. t : ,: 1 Springs: Mattresses,
and Stable First Street Broom AT LO'V
Office -- ,near ',' : -f-: "i I PBIUES.I.|
Street Wharf. 46 Pillows, etc., etc.vir :
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I ,'. i FRED .W..$ r &,60j.FURNITURE o
BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY- =..J : Blankets and Comfortables,


-TTTISHES TO REMIND THE PUBLIC 1 J Special atttention is called -
Vthat he is now ready to make any G en- sine CI 0 th-
kind Lands. to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of ,
CAKE OR PIES, elegant cut and manufacture.
notice. He will also Gents' Goods
on the shortest possible: Furnishing all ic .
new styles.A
have on hand,for the Holidays a fine assort-
ofENGLISH FRUIT CAKE The Peninsular I fc Cull
AT PRICES.Ladies' an d Gents' Underwear,

ranging. tAll from orders one pound thankfully upwards.received and AND 02'A WH LB ALB AN ETALI .

promptly attended to. H x 6r'Ve are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

51 tjan WM. HYNES, -- n Tropical) Florida P O O York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit .guaranteed.


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Family Supplies, _

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I I Hay and Grain, rr. ,
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; i SHIP STORES 0 -- = t _
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AT PRICES FROM Furniture, + = =-s-_

a Stoves, r.n = -

$1.25 to $10 per .Acre. g+ ": 00-

Paints, .:

POWDER O Crockery, .
All these lands are in the central rnrIJ. -- -
Hardware, Ni .
Absolutely Pure. peninsular portion of the State, and -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-
within fifteen miles of Railroads in Willow-Ware. 5 CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1.G80 TUN :.

TIllS POWDER never varies. A marvel = STA.TJB OIT TDXAf 1,54,3 TOVH.
purity strength and wljolesomcness. successful operation, traversing a territory O."'>,' ,.......... CAII'O\'D' ]I.ET: 1,5O8 TONS
More economical than the ordinary kind, .
and cannot l lie sold in competition with the which is being more rapidly M = V STEIivN TEXA.S, 1,210 TONS. ,
multitude of low test,short weight alum or O ;
phosphate powders. Sold ontiin. cans. settled and developed than any other
of the State.
3S lOG Wall Street. New York. part

TIlE CELEBRATED The fertility of the soil and accessi- ri a &a Low a thc Low at t tC. I ONE of the THURSDAY above STEAMERS AFTERNOON will sail, on from arrival FEIINAXDINA of afternoon FOR trains NEW from YORK Jacksonville -

bility to the largest and best markets Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

f+ -Q tt make these lands particularly desira- This Tjine, having; no Transfers between Fernandina and New
ble for the cultivation of fruits and FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
44 5 ft The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
early vegetables for shipment. For DEALER IX- ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
large and immediate profits there is =1 .\. -- = for KSORVli'E.; and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
no industry in Florida equal to the I- -. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS: and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
of for Northern
raising early vegetables LAKE WEIR.
Groceries, Hardware,

freight, rates and schedules, or further information, apply to
1 500 BARRELS POTATOES. For new and descriptive circular, AND ,
1 R. \V. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
FRED W. HOYT & CO. 51-
vie FERNANDINA, FLA. Pier 20 East River. New York.
Land Commissioner,
Fcrnaiidimi' Fla. --,- -- i
Or Ocala, Florida. 38 -- -

is TIllS pleasantly INSTITUTION located of the in SISTERS one, of UNDER OF the ST.healthiest JOSEPH THE, ,.. {{STEAM}} {{ AWl} {{ ILLJ} R.E.: DOTTEREL

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The building,which was erected especially ";-
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for a Boarding School, is large and airy. ,' '. .U ;,"?* .' :: -*- i C. H. KUOT, PROPRIETOR, i 1 1'IIi '
The Course of Instruction is thorough and '" \ 1------* *___*___* *'ol I
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solid comprising, both in English and .. .. [L.,
French: all the branches of a good educa '.<' .j '- TTAS constantly on handLUlllber i Tlf E FAMILY GROCERIES J
tion. Tuition Bed and ? >c. :
Board Washing ;,
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lll'tldinper! quarter, 1050. Music Lessons : ;; ; ( : by Cargoes. I *
with use of Instrument. $12.00. ; 1
Plain Sewing and e'er"ariety of Fancy :i,:"":. ":.... :,.J?:,- ., Office on Second Street. v'1 c
Work taught without additional charge. ; 'J' "' EMBRACING MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
Payments required in advance. './, ":"f,i ;':r'1f' -' ', .. '< .
Schools will October 1st. 1883. '' B. NOYES,
For further to the Academy =. a14i : ,"', FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
particulars apply ; ; ; ,
42 : > : i : (Successor to W. A. SANBORN),

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.. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ,
""i" -l"3-j. .: : ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN
BOOKS AND STATIONERY. c\:..'"i :.. ,- ...: .
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School Books and-Orange WrapsNOW ';,soy';' :':'. E;:. (: '. Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I

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Liberal discounts to Teachers and j.._ if"t-:: ,. .:..".,: -' .f I best in the world.
Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free onapplication. > ..-- '..
I. .',,<-. Agent for BF.AVERY'S CELEBRATED GOODS Received by Every Steamer.

59 W. BAY STREET, 'it:; PLOWS. _._ -
:I) : "' Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-
JACKSONVILLE FLA : ; ,:. I VILLE. 33 Cor. Second and Centre St.*.. FERNANDINA, FLA.
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tHE' ? FIT OF'ORANGi: GROVES: I or other Musbat' I nO \;$
,. L. x... their peculiar aroma, Pock, Lafayette: 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent
Tim! ington in four ergs, with sugar to your tvte. A little! in October. of Sc-hools-J.C.RamscJ',New
KNOWS. size and is Troy.;
j beauty, an approach to this. Nor vanilla is also always an addition to the -'
A writer, in the Florida Herald. signing ,is iMinreasonable to suppose, that we may chocolate. Pnt this in a pudding FOURTH CIRCUIT County Treasurer, -J.'JI. N. Peacock New
himself C. D.," discussing the report in a have a grape if we have it not' now in the dish} 1111(1,bake for'one1otir. When done Spring Term Tro '. '

former number of the Journal of the 'estimated Duchess, that i is as well adapted to exportation spread the wh t8'of'tli 'four eggs the: St. John's 2d Tuesday in March. Collector of -ffawiMe-Newton Sapp
over New
yield this year of the Speer grove as the ,White Malaga..and! of much better top, having'tirst' beaten them stiff and added Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Troy.

". and the sum likely to'tie derived .therefrom quality. What ha.5: been done can be two tablespoonsful of powdered to Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes=A. S.Ackley, New

,. by its'owners. uses this.language':, done again.; : Nature has i in her.laboratory them. Set back in the oven and sugar brown. Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. LEON Troy.
AIH1' yet \Ve*mast 'remember this'is'one v 'infinite stores of the same elements that slightly.-Portland Trans ript. Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. County Judge-Wm.'.

; an 'estimated' crop as the Journal says, have produced our finest fruits, and we have ,, t. Duval. 1st Tuesday in May. Sheriff-A. Moseley: Tallahassee.Byrd, Tallahassee.
PARTRIDGEPEtRs.-Cut, off the
an estimated average to a tree based upon only'to I knock at her,portals and pronounce necks of Fall Term- Clerk-C. A.
the crop anticipated.It the sesame, when she will open to us the the partridges very close to the breast. truss St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Superintendent Bryan Schools, Tallahassee. .

is equally proper to give the remark nan f secrets of l her wonder-workingpower.,Three them very tight and'roundj; and rub over Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Tallahassee. -Henry N,Felkel

experienceorange grower, in having predictiotis'ijiay be'considered* as the filii( -' I them a little salt and cayenne pepper mixed. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Treasurer-J. L.

his attention called to the'expected crop sites or vagaries of imagination, or as indications Cut otl'oneof the legs and leave' the other' Baker, 2d Tuesday in October.. Collector Demilly Tallahassee.
of RC1.'e11Ue-C.
... from the Speer ;grovevthat tlieaverage( can of.t.po.ardent dai:ire for progress. No on. :Mak'e"ricl.. paste of flourbutter and Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. hassee. C. Pearce Talla

not be as high as stated ; the flourishing no! neither are they the results!' of chance. beaten egg wiUi as little water as possible. Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Assessor
groves do not. often average mprs than OQ They are founded on those immutable laws Roll it out thinly and evenly, andpiU.a.por.- CIRCUIT. see. of .' .v-A..'Croome, Tallahas
to 700 oranges'' do ,a tree. 'After thegather which govern all sciences, in the control of tion out nicely around each patridge.'press- Spring Term-
in? it on rlnsplv with vimr Iniml_ and__ _firming __ _! LEVY COUNTY.
ing of the will mind
Speer crop we see hqw the over matter. and the power of man to H' n n Sumter 3d in
Monday March.
estimate cqrnespitf.i, t assist nature in her onward'inarch to higher it into.the.shape of a large.pear.Leave: Marion 4th in County Judge-J no. McDonell, Brunson.
The estimate it will be remembered was and higher states of perfection. That we one leg sticking out at the top tp .'re emble Putnam, 3d Monday March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.

euO.OOOtorangesor.4.00U .boxes,.allowing 150, shall posses such improvedvarieties as we the stem. Set in a pan and bake. If os-: March. Tuesday after 4th Monday in Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson.

oranges to the |;?ox. which, at $2.25'l'er,9ox, have predicted we-have HOrenton to do'ibt. ble reserve one or.two small birds to cuE up Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bron on.
the sum agrejed.to be Our 'ls and stew for'gravy; season with a little salt Monday in Collector of Ret'e11Ue-J. Ira
paid! wqtJldnlC.. reg country' 1 urge and varlcd(l in climate and March. Gore Cedar
$9000. and soil. Marshall cayenne. When boiled long enough i to Key.
P. Wilder
.,,,, ,before ,the be'very'thick and rich takeoff,.strain and Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Superintendent Schools
Although* the--cro is'"not "yet"gatheredthe Atnerican'Horticultural! Society:- ." March. of -J.. B. Menden-
gathering has begun, and having occasion In the second paragraph of the foregoing put into a clean saucepan. Add the juice of Fall Term- hall Bronson. "

'H to see Mr. J. E. Pace, one of tl1e,-" "' )-' a hint} iSjthrowi) ) out \\hich the peopleof a large 1 lemon or orange, made very'sweetwith Sumter 1st Monday in October. MADISON,'COUNTY.
ers, on business! we visited him Saturday the lower South ought to" take home for powdered white sugar. Set.over-the Marion 3d in County Judge-R. M.: Witherspoon, Madi
Monday October.
; last at the grove.Ir.. Pace fire and when it comes to a' bait( stir iu the son.
r ; gave us the figures deep ponder tiun. It is' beginning to bethought Putnam. 3d Tuesday in
; by actual count of the yield of 18 trees, that,we have no grape :ave; the scupperuongahd beaten yolks of eggs. Let boil |two or three Levy, 4th Tuesday in Sheriff S. M. Hankins,'Madison.
: not selected. vbut taken in regular .order. }:: its near relatives that is entirely minutes longer; then take it r From those 18 trees 42.08o orangesbave} been suited to our Gulf coast conditions of soil hot until the partridges and ''their..paste,Me November. Tuesday in Superintendent of Schools-E. S: Tyner.

.f gathered and delivered to the purchaser or and climate, but here you see.Ir.. Wilder well baked. Stand up the partridges in a Madison. ,
;, 2.338 to the tree; and we are satisfied from holds out the idea that we might make one deep shana; the gravy in a boat. If obtaniabie Spring Term-SEVENTH CIRCUIT. i County Treasjtr'erl =-s:s: Smith; Madison.

actual observation, (that "enough fruit yet ;or perhaps many.t Where the wild grape ," a few lemon o'r'orange leaves stuck Orange, 4th :Monday in Collector of Ret'enue-)1. H. Warring, Mad
; remains on those trees, td bring their. r \ ( here the end that represents the stem' of the January. ison.
average >> it, grows ), ,itnprqved varieties Volusia<< l 3d Monday
: yield up to 2500. While in the grove might i be> 'made that would do well. All pear look very pretty. I : Jrevardrl3t* Iondav February..' Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad
> in.March.
. we willingly 1 accepted 'the i ih'vltatWtfof Mr. the improved varieties we have are originally "''Dade.Sd'Mo'n'n'avin Anril. ,",_ ,. ; ison.

-i Pace to walk through the grove and see for from,, wildj }:ra ), cVhy! not jjo to Valuable Orange Lands for Sale Fall Term- MAN- _nn 1TL__.L._. rOTT'1\TTV'_..__.66. ,
1 ourself the immensity; of the yield ofthe. work then and). make;all effort iniprove 2d County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee
trees generally. Our conclusion is that some of our wild varieties in the usual ? Tracts containing! twenty acres each of Volusia Orange, Monday in August. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee.

" there are not less than! 1,000.000 oranges in Jf we can take an acclimated grape or way its choice, high hammock land on.Orange Lake Brevard., Monday 4th : in September. Sheriff A. S. Watson Pine Level.

the Spper grove.. Were the entire 550 trees offspring and make it good as to quality, we suitable for orange growing and truck farm- Dade2d Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown
I to avera e' the 'same'as the 18 from which shall have all we need-it will; succeed with ing, are now offered for sale. These lands Monday in November. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton.

, the fruit has been taken the aggregate yield us to perfection of course. are very conveniently situatedfor,transportation Popash.

would be 1,285,000 oran es. Another means might enable us to get a by water or,rail, and will be 'sold on County Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward
But while it is probable; 'that terms to,suit purchasers. Titles are County Pine Level. ,
on some of good grape; planting the fine Northern varieties unques- Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines
the trees there are 3.000 oranges, it is quite and raising seedlings. These seedlings tionable. Also valuable timber lands ih'large ville. MARION COUNTY.
likely that some of them will fall below would bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS Clerk-.A.' Carlisle
. the be natives in a certain sense, ( Gainesville. County Judge! -Samuel Marshall, Ocala
average; yield of the 18 ;. and as an averageof and eventually we might develop among February 1C, 1882. Fernandina Fla. Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala.

1,818 to the tree would yield 1.000,000 them one or more varieties that would entirely Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines Sheriff-A. B. CrutchfieldOcala.'

oranges in the grove, we feel sure that our come up to our wants. We ought toe Nassau Fibre, ville. Assesstor of 7ares-Thomas Barcu Cotton

., e estimate that figure will not vary far from ) constantly making the trial !-.Mobile Register For beds Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines Plant. .- .
pillows and
the result when it. shall be ascertained. The mattresses, superiorto ville. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick" N.

fact is in all our observation of orange --- ---- - --, anything( else in use. For sale by Superintendent cf Schools-W. N. Sheats, Ocala. Fov.

graves we nave seen nothing iu equal in IRISH POTATO CUTTINGS. June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin,
profusion of product that of the Speer The BAKER COUNTY. Fort McCoy. '
experiments in New York
grove this year. The trees as stated by C. last County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. MONROE COUNTY.

D.," are about 40 years old, are very large shallow season and prove deep.nothing.Then the Eyes were cut GENERAL DIRECTORY. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. County Judge! -Chas. S. Baron, Key West
and have been well cared for potatoes were Sheriff-U. C. Herndon
having received Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West"
cut in the
ordinary aud medium sized United States
way Officers.LAND .
for the last four years an annual potatoes "whole. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Sheriff-George A. Deinerritt Key West.
planted Lastly, peelings
dressing of Forrester's fertilizer.We : derson. Assessor
of Taxes-Walter C.
, observed on several of the trees quite pared close were of planted.them Of all these experiments Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith Key West. Malone Jr.
a sprinkling of second-bloom none established any superiority Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville. Sanderson. Collector
oranges. of Revenue-Walter C. Maloner
over the old of the .
These will ripen in June and will bring in slugs sections.way We cutting think it will potatoes be- Surveyor-General-\Ialachi Martin, Talla- Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. (Cobb Jr., Key West.Superintendent. .
high prices such sold last June hassee. Olustee.
; at $35 per found conclusion oftheexperiments whichare of S.hOQls--J. V. Harris, KeWest. \
:Mr. Pace has kindly promised to give us to be continued solid that cutting in the old Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard COUNTY., Providence. NASSAU COUNTY.County r

,, the figures from time to time as the gather- way good body to the eyes without extravagance Marshal J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler.
that is without Judge-Hinton J.
to Baker
ing progresses; these we will give to the the tuber between the say !dividing up Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Sheriff W. Tumblin, Starke. dina. Fernm-
public through the Journal that all cuttings IS the best, Assessor
so Taxes-N.
of C.
see for themselves whether may taking all things into consideration. Dropped INTERNAL REVENUE. Butler. Wainwright Lake Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
or not
culture Journal. orange into dry soil such a cutting is not as easily Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Collector Sheriff-John A. Ellermann Fernandina.
, pays.-Sa'lford Revenue
. shriveled up as a peel or shallow cut eye nor COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Santa Fe.Superintendent. of -Bunberry Haynes, Assessor of Tares-'Vm.. H. Garland, Fer

even as a deep cut or gouged out eye and it John W. Howell, Fernandina. nandina. .
WILDER ON TIlE GRAPE. has moisture of its own for the germ, beside Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Starke. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Collector Ret'entle-'Varren F. Scott. Fer-

In the order of discussion I have placedthe some fertilizing materials for early growth. F. House, St. Augustine. nandina.

grape first in our roll. No other fruit", This plan of cutting also leaves a large pro- BREVARD James COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin-
unless it be the strawberry, now attractingso portion of large tubers for the table or for. Point. Judge- A. McCrory, City botham, Callahan.

much attention and perhaps no other i if other purposes and saves thousands of bush ,I State Officers. Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. ORANGE COUNTY.

we except the apple, is of more. importance els to the provision supply the country.- Assessor of Taxes-AVallace, R. Moses Geor- County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orland "
as a source of revenue or an article of luxury Southern Farmer. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. gianna. Clerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando.
for our tables as the No other -- ----- Sheriff-Thomas
-- W.
grape. coun- Collector Shine Fort Reid.
GOIernor-'Vm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. of Revenue-A. D. Johnston Orlando
try possesses such a vast extent of territory, DOMESTIC RECIPES. Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Orange county.Superintendent Assessor of Taxes James M. Owens, Fort
for its Reid Fla.Collector.
or possibilities successful culture and
t Kev 'Vest. of Schools-A. Grady la
in no other section of the globe is there at -----" of Revenue-Richard H. Marks
Secretayj State-John Grange.
. this present time such encouragement thereto. GLAZED HAM.-Boil a barn remove the L. Crawford, Tal- Sanford.
In fact it skin and set away until cold. Rub all over lahassee CLAY COUNT.
seems as though Providence Superintendent
. W. D. County Judge-J. T. of Schools-John T. Beek .
had designed many parts of our continent with a well-bt'aten egg. Mix together two Comptroller- Barnes Tallahassee. Park. Copeland Orange Fort Reid.

especially for its cultivation. The Scandinavian cups of rolled crackers, a tablespoonful of Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee.
melted butter and milk enough to make Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove PUTNAM COUNTY.
as the Sagas have it, eight hundred a hassee. Springs.SheriffJames. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
. years ago here found the vine growing so thick paste ; spread thickly over the ham and Clerk-" F. Forward Palatka.
that set in the oven to brown. Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. W. DeWitt Green Cove
abundantly they gave our coast the Tallahassee. Springs. Sheriff Thomas Shall}".

name of Vineland. Champlain, in his voy- ROAST DUCK.Wash and dredge with flour. Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Assessor of Taxes-Wni. Conway, Kingsley. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.

,;" ages on our coast about five hundred years Make a bread dressing stuff and sew up. Foster, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer Collector of Ret'e1tue-Joseph Price.
; afterwards, saw vines in abundance. The Put into the oven and baste every five or ten Adjutant-General-J.E. Maxville. ,' Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
Pilgrim Fathers at Plymouth found minutes. 'Make Yonge, Tallahassee Strickland.
grapes agrayy of browned flour and Superintendent of Schools-M. F.
j'. white and red and very strong." and should water and add the giblets, which have been BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Middleburg. Geiger, TAYLOR COUNTY.

the phylloxera continue its devastation in chopped fine and stewed ;; season and add to Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.

the vineyards of the Old World, our country the duck when roasted. County Judge-W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.
may become the most favored vineland in QUAILS ON TOAST.-Brown the birds either Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Clerk-John Vinzant Jr., Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.
world.In in salad oil or butter mix a tablespoonful of Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Sheriff J. W. Perry Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.

the whole circle of our pomological I flour among them and brown that, then Building, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City. Perry.:

progress there is no fruit which excites so cover them with boiling water, season them SUPREME COURT. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.

much enterprise and interest, so rapidly with salt, pepper cloves and mace. and stew Chief Justice,-E. M. Randall Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Su.rt'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
being extended, or which gives greater Collector of Ret'enue-J. B.
prom Hardee
them fifteen minutes; melt in tablespoonful Associate Justice Lake City. Perry.
ise of success as the culture of the grape; of butter for every two small birds and serve Westcott jr., Tallahas- DUVAL COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
and should this
l same enterprise continuefor on toast. see.Associate County Judge-William A. McLean Jack- JOHN'S COUNTY.
.+ B. Van
fifty years to come, we can hardly estimate ,
its value as a revenue in our country. SOUSE.-Clean the ears and feet of the pig Jacksonville. sonville. County Judge! -M. R. Cooper St. Augus

,, All localities are not equally suited to its well and boil in salted water until tender. Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. tine.
growth ; but where our wild species Pack in a stone jar and cover with a pickle Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
are CIRCUIT JUDGES. Assessor of Taxes A. J. Prevatt. Sheriff-Ramon TTornon/Jo r. Sf._ AmrncfJno
made of two quarts of vinegar two table- Jackson- ,
Found other and --------- -- w.-
new improved sorts ---o-
produced First Circuit'-Augustus E. Maxwell Pen- ville. Assessor of Taxes-David .
of L.
by hybridization, will be found snnnnsfnl white snir.'ir. three dozen black Dunham. St.
equaljy sacola.
wen peppers, a little mace and a half dozen cloves, Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown Augustine.
auapteu.viui every suweeuing Second Circuit-David S, Walker, Tallahas Jacksonville. Collector of
year new and valuable varieties are boiled five minutes. The souse will be ready Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias,
to notice either adapted to special locations for use in a few days. see.Third Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- St. Augustine.Superintendent.
f Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. sell Jacksonville. Schools-C.
r or purposes, or for general cultivation. Noris SWEETBREADS.-Parboil and let them stand Fourth Circuit-JamesI. St. of F. Perpall,
Baker Jackson-
it too much to hope that ere the close of in cold water for halfan hour. Wipe dry and ville. HAMILTON COUNT'Y.County .

this century, with our present zeal and skill place in the oven in a pan in which has been Fifth Circuit-Thomas Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY.
_we shall produce varieties that will rival the Cut a cup of water and a tablespoonful of ville. King, Gaines- Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper. County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg.

t choicest kinds of the most favored climes. When brown remove and roll in beaten Sixth Circuit H. Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. .
Even now we have those which compare favorably egg then in cracker crumbs and returnto Seventh Circuit- Mitchell, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
t. : with our foreign varieties and we the oven again. When brown remove -W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Collector of RevenueV. H. H. McLeod< Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster.

believe the time is not far distant when the them and serve immediatly. Columbia County.Superintendent Collector of Ret'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton

aroma of our native sorts now so much despised SQUIRREL ON TOAST.-Mince the meat of cold Court Calendar.FIRST erts Ancrum. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Sumterville.

by some, will become when chastened squirrel very fine chop an equal quantityof CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
down it has been in the
as Brighton Duchess
onions and mushrooms and stew them Fall Term-
Rochester and Monroe of the excellent County Judge'V. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
one until tender with a tablespoonful of butter, Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. ville.
,; characteristics of our American grapes. a cupful of cold gravy and a little salt and Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Oak.County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live
How potent the influence of this !
Little did :Mr. Bull think what a blessing he in pepper.the mince When: let the it boil vegetables; up at once are tender, and serve put in Holmes October.2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Sheriff Assessor J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.

; was conferring on the world when he sowed it immediately on toast. Washington, 2d :Monday after 4th of laxes. -Frank E.Saxon, Brooks Sheriff-John R. Sessions Live Oak.
the seed which produced the Concord grape in October. Monday ville. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. ,Sessions, Wei-
-the mother of so many improved varie SCR.PPEL.Boil a hog's head one day let Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend born.
ties. See the number ot white varieties (not it stand all night. Slip out the hones and October.Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Brooksville. i Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison

to speak of others) which have been produced chop fine ; then return the meat to the Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Live Oak.
liquor. Skim when first cold Escambia. Monday in December. Fort
4 mostly from this-the ; warm and Dade. Superintendent
Martha Lady of Schools-.T. O. C. Jones
season freely with salt and This act amended section 2 of act of Feb-
Washington, Hayes, Ann Arbor, Prentiss pepper sage HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Oak.
Duchess and still another soon to be withinour sweet herbs. Two cupsful of buckwheatmeal ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
and one cupful of corn meal. Put Spring Term. Clerk-Win. C. Brown
reach which is heralded like Niagara Tampa. County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
herself one of the wonders of the world. into melds and when cold cut into slices THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. prise.

The illustrations of this improvement are and fry for breakfast.LOBSTER Spring Term- Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.

manifested in the numerous seedlings obtained RISSOLES.-Boil the lobster take i April.Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Collector of Revenue-W. F. Buns, Tampa. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.

by crosses on the Concord some of out the meat, mince it fine pound the coral Madison Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-
which are of a very remarkable character smooth, and grate for one lobster the yolks of Monday in April. Tampa. prise.

i possessing great size and beauty, and whose three hard-boiled eggs; season with cayenne Suwanee Hamilton,1st 4th :Monday in April. JEFFERSON. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan De-
vigor and productiveness are declared to be and little salt ; make batter of milk, flour in Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie Monticello. Land.

even greater than that of their mother. We and well-beaten eggs-two tablespoonful of April. Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw.
see this improvement also in the crosses of a milk and one of flour to each egg-beat the in Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th ,Monday Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Enterprise.

wild grape with the foreign species by Rogers batter well, mix the lobster with gradually April. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, WAKULLA COUNTY.:

as shown by the amelioration of the native until stiff enough to roll into balls the size of in Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Monticello. County Judge! -:-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

i aroma in Barry, Wilder and Lindley a walnut. Fry in fresh butter and serve. Fall April.Term- County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon Sheriff-W. II. Walker, Crawfordville.

the last named like the Jefferson, of Rick- PUDDING.-A delicious chocolate and bread Taylor ticello. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
etts. possessing a peculiar rich flavor which 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer Mon j
Bidding is made by following this rule : October. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval, ,
might with propriety, be denominated and grate two, coffee cups of bread or Madison2d Monday ticello. Crawfordville.
may yet be distinguished as the Muscat of bread into fine crumbs until you have this Hamilton 4th in October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Granthara Wan- County Treasurer,Yo W. Walker, Craw I
America. Nor do I doubt that we shall in quantity : mix with it twelve tablespoonsfulof Suwannee, Monday October. keenah. fordville. :
1st after 4th (
time produce varieties which will compare grated chocolate. Heat to the boiling in October. Monday Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-'Y H. Walker,Craw-

favorably with, and perhaps be equal in size, point one quart of rich sweet milk. Pour Columbia County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. fordville. I
beauty and excellence to the Cannon Hall, this over the chocolate and bread. When it I October. Monday after 4th :Monday Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker New Troy. : Assessor of Taxes G. R. Reynolds, Craw- r

Clerk Howell Hawkins,.New Troy. ford ville.THE .

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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. I J snares, conflicting with the }provisions 0 f sacola Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,

,. this Ordinance are hereby repealed. I and all points in the West, Southwest, and .
lu the Justice's Court, Nassau Passed first reading October 10, 1883. Northwest-forming' the 'SHORTEST,, DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
Passed second reading October 31, 1883. QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these
County I'la.WM. .
Passed third reading, and adopted, Octobe' points; and with the Central and People's
F. WOOD. Jr., vs. V. R. BRISTOL. 31, 1883. Line. Boats on'Sundays and Thursdays for

s I OF FLORIDA, G. F. AVERY, Apalachicola, and Tuesdays and Saturdays INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP
NASSAU COUNTY President. of Council pro tern. for Columbus and Eufaula.

You are hereby notified that a ,writ of attachment Attest: --Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
has been issued against you, the W.. F. WOOD, Jr., City Clerk the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
Approved : Central and Western Railroad.
said V. R. Bristol.and attached Kidneys
your property and
F. C. SUHRER, Through tickets via this line at the Com Blood. MILLIONS
to satisfy the demand of Win. F. Wood, Jr., testily to its
amounting to the sum of Six dollars and 50 Acting Mayor. pany's Depot Ticket Office, and at No. 7 efficacy in healing the above named diseases and
West Bay Street. ,
sixty AN ORDINANCE pronounce it to be the Best
Xounless you shall appear before G. W. Remedy Known to flan
Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for To Provide a Fire Department for the City of General Manager, \&f

said county, at his office at Fernandina, Fla., Fernandina. Jacksonville, Fla.

10 a. m., judgment will be rendered against BE Council of the City of Fernandina: Gen'l Passenger Agent, Trade Hark..
you and your property sold to the debt. Jacksonville, Fla. "
pay SECTION 1. That a Fire Department shall j. s. AGENTS
this MCELROY WANTEDLaboratory
20th ,
Dated day October
1883. be '
organized by Council for the City of
47 W 1. F. WOOD Transportation,
Fernandina and shall
consist of much
as Tallahassee Fla. 77 West
Dissolution force and such officers as the Council shall j jrpIME Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it. J

Partnership.. specify. There shall be one Chief and a CARD ..

BY MUTUAL CONSENT, THE Co First and Second Assistant, to be elected by JL OF THEm Dr. Clark Johmo'1l CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1&81. ,
partnership heretofore existing besweenJ. the Council and to hold office for the ter Indian Blood :- 1y children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of
Jl. McGINNIS and W.; S. RAWSON i is of one year, or until their successors are FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR 46 Syrup completely cured them. your

dissolved. The said McGinnis retires, and elected ; said officers:: to be elected at the RAILROAD RUDIE CANTLER.
said Rawson continues the business alone. first regu'ar meeting of Council in November \X])
All parties having any claims to settle with in each year. FERNANDINA &; JACKSONVILLE R. R. "

the aforesaid firm will adjust them with W. SEC. 2. The Fire Department shall be un In Effect October 5th, 1883. D' :' & INDIGESTION GUARANTEED LOST TO APPETITE.CURE ALL CASES OF

S. Ilawsou: who has assumed all debts and i der the control of the City Council, and the GOING SOUTH. DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BILIOUSNESS BREATH,

liabilities of the said partnership. Council shall have general l superintendenceof Leave Fernandina! .......................11.00 a.m. COSTIVENESS, ENLARCED SPLEEN COLIC. &C.

J. II. McGINNIS( all property belonging to said Depart Leave Hart's Road......................11.40a.m. Memphis Ber.J.B.,Term Graves, Editor 1 and Proprietor "Baptist," J. R. Johnson. Ii!, D., of Abbeville. Miss. Aug.
W. ment. says
S. RAWSON. : a package
October 15, 1883. SEC. 3. The Chief Leave Callahan.......................... 12.40p.m. Liver Medicine, and have used about half of of it.roar It 11.1882 College, says and:have I am practiced a graduate of Georgia Medical
Engineer shall }have supreme Leave Dutton........ .. . works like a charm. I want no better Liver Kegulator thirty-five years. I use
command of the Fire . .. .... ..... 1.07 pill and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture. your medicine In my practice. It is not only a good
all fires and in his Department at Leave Brandy Branch ................. 1.22p.m. Rev. E.A. Huns, Frank'in.Ky. Liver Medicine,but it Li a sovereign remedy for tla>;.
Having purchased the entire stork oi f the order; named. absence' the assistants in Arrive Baldwin........................... 1.45 p.m. Aug.'52,says: It is the best medicine tiv S Rev.C.,Jan.J. S.82.Beasley, of Summeron.
Horses, Carriages etc., belonging to the late Leave Baldwin........ .. I have overtaken in my life. It in's says: I have used Zeii-
SF.c.4. That it shall not be lawful for ................ 2.10 p.m is caring me of Dyspepsia.Send i preparation great deal.but hod ;
firm (McGinnis & Rawson, I shall con organization of firemen an Leave Maxville........................... 2.35p.m. another package. Mast have it.me mrrnwiwirnKimrM r in roar us medicine altogether 8npirv>r";
tinue the business at the old stand, and respectfully do, or be connected with to have anything to Leave Highland........................... 2.56 p.m. Rev. J. L. Brittein, of Blountsville. Dr. S. Mansfield, WbolesVe exert on! thr system. The o\st.
the Fire Druggist. Meiuphis, .
solicit a continuance of the pat of the City of Fernandina Depaitinent Leave Lawtey ............................. 3.12p.m. torpid March: liver and ebb says costiveness.: I suffered and with Teon ,says: "Have sold is 80'I.. !; my predecessor If
without '
ronaire of the customers:: of the late firm. consent of Council. the I Leave Teru pIe's.................. ........ 3.28 p.m. _* ? medicine cured me My: wife has used y- nr it sold good it one mll 00 years before mo. Ibnt this medicine in a '
: dnnyant that ii is the truAmi
W. S. R.-\WSO SEC. 5. No Arrive Starke.............................. ............ V. :4 with admirable effect for sick-headache n'3iLftt.iiumoDs Liver Aled'cm' *' nonediro cn'ruay
''ii Fernandina, Fla., October 16, 1883. shall apparatus be belonging to the department Leave Starke .............................. 3.36 p.m. Original and Only Genuine.C Et 1215. .rs 3[ w. :'.1 _. :

'U ia without the written assigned to any privateuse Leave Thurston .......................... 3.48p.m. Put up In 25c. and $1. packages)4; : p1P j M'OO --j 1 t ,' 1:. .
Commissioner's consent of the Chief r < and bottles by m ::.; ..:
SBY and the approval of the chairman of the Arrive Waldo............................. 4.10 p.m. .F. M' NS& CO..Sr. LOUI, 140 ,. ". <7.:' 'j.\;J... ,j tt}(t1'!: rz:'; .
f VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE Committee on Fire Department. Leave Waldo............................. 4.20 p.m. : r;' i-.If.w ,.;'.. i: ....':! ; ,..!..... _..-J.-!J> ... ; "d.::':.- .
t Court in and for the county of SEC. 6. The different Leave Gainesville........................ 5.06 p.m. : 'e'o :. \.r. /

" Nassau, I will sell to the highest bidder, in choose their own officers and companies shall Leave Arredondo ............... ......... 5.24 p.m.
I front of the court-house, in the county ol own internal affairs. manage Leave Batton............................. 5.36p.m.

Nassau Florida, on the first Monday in"December SEC. 7. That in case of disagreement Leave Archer.............................. 5.52 p.m. COLLiNS & CO. HARTFORD
A. D. 1883, the following real estate, between a fire any and the Chief Leave Bronson ........................... 6.21 p.m.

I belonging. to the'0'estate. of Andrew. J.. Brad_ other officer of company the n >nartment. tlH J1mp o r Lea ve Otter Creek........................ 6.51-- .ii.m.-n__0 : "JEstablished I .r
dock, uecea>e(1, aiiiuue : Leave Rosewood..... ....... ..
uuu being 111 nit- shall, after the emergency, be referred to the; ......._ 7.30p.m. 1826MANUFACTURERS .
;'I county of Nassau, Florida : that is forty Council, who shall decide the matter in i Arrive Cedar Key....................... 8.0.,. p.m.
; :
acres of the Francis Wood grant, in township -
troversy. GOING NOKTII. .I 1 .
l: 2 north, range 25 east bounded as follows SEC. 8. That the Chief Engineer shall have Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.15 a.m. h
: On the east by section 15. north by power to suspend at any time any member Leave Rosewood.......................... 7.53a.m.
lands of :Florida Railroad, and on the west of the Fire Department or any company for Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.28 a.m. ,, j,". .
h,' of
line 111.111rlln in's Branch, the any act calculated to cause a ;disturbance or Leave Bronson................ ........... 9.10a.m. ./
commencing ut the Transit Railroadonequarter bring disgrace i upon the Department, until Leave Archer............ ................. 9.41 a.m. I. .
of mile from .
) a the southeast corner such time as he can bring the case before Leave Batton .............................. 9.58 a.m. .
of the grant; thence north 20 chains to Council for inve.tigation. Leave Arredondo .......................10.16 a.m. {. -= t
a stake ; thence west 80 chains to run of SEC. 9. All repairs to apparatus shall be Leave Gainesville......................10.44 a.m.
of branch thence the of
; run branch south dune under the direction: of the Committee Arrive Waldo............ ..t...............11.30a.m.
oat to the railroad thence
; along the railroad on Fire Department.SEC. Leave Waldo........................... ..11.45 a.m. !
Terms to starting cash.: Purchaser poi n t. to 10. Any company desiring to join the Leave Thurston.........................12.13 p.m. ,I .

J. p'iv: for titles. Fire Department shall apply in writing, Arrive Starke.............................. .............
A. EDWARDS.Commissioner.: through its proper officers to Council, stat Leave Starke..............................12.31 p.m.

I Fenundina, Fla., November 8 jug the number of members, its officers, etc.;; Leave rrern ple.s..........................12.39 pan
1883. such application to be indorsed by the Chairman Leave Lawtey ,........................... 1.00 p.m.! i

\\ ORDINANCE of the Committee on Fire Department. Leave Highland .......................... 1.20 p.m. OF }
SEC. 11. Each company shall adopt some Leave Maxville.......................... 1.38 p.m.
To Amend an Ordinance eliiitled 'An Ordinance uniform or badge to be worn when on duty, Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.00 p.m.

to Prevent the Erection of Wooden which uniform or badge shall be reported to Leave Baldwin ...... .. ................. 2.25p.m. Axes H tchets Picks
JiuUtlinffs. and" to ProvideGreater Security and approved} by Council The Council shall} Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.45 p.m.

Against Fires, Approved August 5, 1876.THAT also adopt( a uniform or badge to be worn Leave Dutton ............................. 3.00p.m. ,

SECTION ONE OF SAID ORDI- by the Chief and Assistants when on duty. Leave Callahan........................... 3.40p.m. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
be amended to read as follows : SEC. 12. The Chief shall, with the approvalof Leave Hart's Road...................... 4.25 p.m.
Be it ordained by the City Council of Fer Council make such further rules and regulations Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.00 p.m. TOOLS' FOR'/ tfAETyrC! AND PLANTATIONS_
nandina, with the approval of the Mayor, for the government of the depart- I Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR ----- -- -. --
that from and after the approval of this ordinance ment as he may deem necessary. I Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
it shall be unlawful, and against the Passed first reading October 3, 1883. DIVISION. .
Hvurify of persons and property in the City Passed second reading October 17, 1883. all sizju :a..I:! x c L a $ j 'cj $ P liso, Plowing Machines./
of Fernandina, to build, erect Passed third reading October 17 GOING SOUTH.
or 1883 and
any wooden buildings, construct adopted. Leave Waldo Junction................. 4.18 p.m. Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues &c.,
or buildings covered Leave Dixie.................. writing
(except the roof) with corrugated iron tin FRED ,Yo HOYT ............... 4.40 p.m. by t, the makers,
within that of the or President Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 4.57 p.m.
Brnometfl'et.portion.. West of city Fourth lying Street southof Attest: of Council. Leave Lochloosa.......................... 5.15 p.m. COLLINS &; CO.. 212 Water St., New York. ipt

Leave Orange Lake............... '"
and north of Beach Streets. W. P. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. ...... 5.42p.m.
All ordinances or of ordinances j j Approved Leave Anthony Place.................. 6.07 p.m. a
flirting with this ordinance parts con :F. C. SUHRER Leave Silver Spring( .................... 6.35p.m. ( d 0, I STOVES, TIN-WARE 11w. ETC.
pealed. are hereby re 47 Leave Ocala............... ................. 7.00p.m. 1 I I = h --- -- -- _
Acting Mayor. II
Parsed first reading September 12, 1883 Leave T..nkeV'eir Station.............. 7.45 p.m. Q I P. STREETY,

Paved second reading September 27 1883. Arrive Wildwood....................... 8.10p.m.
Iil i
her 1 i. 1883. Leave.Wildwood........... .............. 7.00a.m. I MILLIONS I I i
FRED W. HOYT, Leave Lake Weir Station........ ...... 7.25 a.m. OF THEM FERNANDINA, FLA.

President pro tem. of Council. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. Leave Ocala................................. 8.30 a.m. I
Al II test : Leave Silver Spring.....................'$.48 a.m. For FLORISTS{ endAMATEURS 1--
W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN R. R. Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.15'a.m. Jt ., .,,.

Approved : JACKSONVILLE July 1st, 1883. Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.43 a.m. 4 -

F. C. SUHRER, COMMENCING this date, Trains on this Leave Lochloosa................... ....10.10.a.m. Dutch Bulbs, i'-nn
*" Acting Mayor. road and its connection will run as follows Leave Hawthorne:......................._._10_ ._50__ n..tii._,_ I'.nlhs. French li.ui t9
: Leave Dixie................ .>..... ........10.47 a.m.no jr\ll.1 ask. Plants American Greenlior.M.3 Bolts. Alt-o j

AJV ORDINANCE Arrive Waldo Junction...... ..........11.10a.m. and Window Garueus,
F,HI, THE' COLLECTION OF LICENSE WESTWARD.No.. 3. No. 1. Trains daily, except Sunday. BEAUTIFUL C' ._ F1

TAXES. Mail. Catalogue a it btia
Leave Jacksonville...... FERNANDINA sEEDsatzs, ,
ORDAINED 1.30pm R. I
BElT BY THE MAYOR FREE I I/iiEIkTC' Rdxheater,N.Y. UnicaroJ. cur
Council Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45 p m 2.14 p m GOING SOUTH.

"; L4-rro i : 1. No Lake City.......... 1.10am 4.53pm Leave Fernandina.......... I
}person shall engage in or ., ............. 9.30 a. m.
ii">,mane the business Live Oak........... .15 anI 5 -- Leave Hart's Road.... .
profession or occupa- 'aapm .. .............10.10 a. m. : : s
Madison .....
'''i referred to in this Ordinance, unless 5.25am 7.42pm: Arrive Jacksonville....................11.15 p. in.
,.i1V: 1 !-t'use shall have been Drifton.............. 7.20am: 9.05pm
'In procured from *' :\ ......... GOING NORTH. a
.,- City Collector, which license shall beMuil Tallahassee........ 9.05am 9.35pm Leave Jacksonville..................... 3.00p.m.} CuriositylVariety StoreOffers -

"' to each person on receipt of the proper Leave Tallahassee......... 10.45 10.30pm Leave Hart's Road..................... 4.05p.m.
!iny-five together cents for with each the license Clerk's and fee shall of ArriveQuincy" Chatta. ..............11.05am 12.00pm pill Arrive$S5Trains Fernandina.daily except...."'.....Sunday.......... 4.45p.m. a large and carefully !selected: STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .

''t' 'i i ued River12.10 pm 1.00am
? bthe Collector and City Clerk. AND SHEET-IRON WARE ,
N" license drill be issued Leave River Junction... 1.10am SUNDAY TRAINS. !
fi.r more than one Arrive Marianna..... Leave Fernandina..... STOCK OF HOSIERYFor
\ "ar. and all licenses shall ..... 2.41 a m .7.00 a. m. 4.30 p.m. ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
'! N day of October of each expire on the Pensacola........;... 9.30 a m Arrive Jacksonville..8.25 a. m.. 5.55 p. m.
': licenses be issued year to ; but frac"tul Montgomery: ..... 8.50 pill Leave Jackson ville..9.l0 a. m. 6.35 p. m. Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.S.8.t'I'"J PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC. I

t that' day at a may expire on Mobile............. 4.25pm Arrive Fernandina..10.35 a. m. 8.00 p. m.
:1',nu! the first proportionate day of the month rate, estimating New Orleans.... 10.15pm : : :)XE E.CS:J:E FS, A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea

'!lee' I liivtixe is so issued. in which Houston........... 6.50am CONNECTIONS.AT call, and compare my prices with those of

Sl*:: '. -. The businesses, professions and oc- Silk, Linen, and Cotton.Gloves other houses, here or elsewhere.

'uiMtKins.\ for which such license tax shall EASTWARD.No.. No. 2. FERNANDINA, FLA., .
<11, i'"Ilecteil With New York and Fernandina Steam- Neckties, Ribbons,
are hereby declared to be those Accom. Mail: BOOTS AND SHOES.
'Mtwiunea! in Section 11 of an Act of the .' Arrive Jacksonville....... 8.25am 3.00pm ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8a.m. Laces, Towels, Napkins,
Lt''llaturp of ISR3, entitled "An Act for the 'I. Baldwin............. 6.50am 2.02pm York, 11.35a.m., or 6.15 p.m. : and for New Dress Lining, Buttons, ;J&J'rIlE NEW STORE.f .-
v-M-s-ment and Collection of Revenue," ap- Lake City............ 3.00am 11.33am on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.
l"'idedf i March 5, 1883, and for which cities 'a Live Oak........... 1.25am 10.37am or'n.5.50.... p.m._ and Notions Generally.A -

':''sac impose license tax ; and the amount of Madison: ............11.0. pm 9.12arn ''I \Y un lea ISland Route from ana to Savannah new lot of LACE COLLARS and IB: W. F. WOOD, Jr., S
HviiM' tax for which each person engaged Drifton...;........... 9.0' pm 7.30am I Sunday, Wednesday. and Friday.AT NECK-
'!'i I TIES just received and marked
"Udk business profession, or occupation, .:\[ .......... 8.00am: CALL.UIAN. low. f
'h\lIl: bo liable is hereby declared to be fifty Tallahassee........ 7.15pm 6.05am To and from Savannah and Charleston at I C> {{ Proprietor, }} E .
H'r 7.25 and 9.45 Our Stock of CORSETS
m'. is
| t'.ut. of the a. 7.30 and 4.22 Very Superior. ,
amount fixed by: said act. Leave Tallahassee ........ 6.38 p m 5.55 a m p. m. :
3. All restrictions, requirements and Arrive Quincy: ............. 5.20 p m 4.45 a m AT BALDWIN; FLA.,
i 'naities and te] manner of collecting, Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 3.45 To and from Tallahassee at 1.45 p.m. aIn PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- C> .c> ,.
v', pro- p m a m
iilw J in the act.above mentioned, are hereby Arrive River Junction.. 3.10 AT HAWTHORNE, ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a
a m '
.ltiopteJ( To and from fine -
: for the collection of license taxes in Marianna......... 1.39am Palatka.10.45 a.m. and 2.40 variety. .111 II :
ii i-
'It' < .
ity of Fernandina, so far as the same Leave Pensacola........... 7.15 p m p.m. r _
::"ay''wir apply, except express companies, or Leave Montgomery..... 8.30.a, m AT WILDWOOD. FLORIDA lID SEMI-TROPICAL CURIOSITIESA i _

''guars agents: who shall pay only twenty-five Leave Mobile...........-. 2.00pm and With Stage Line to and from Brooksville SPECIALTY. .,::, :

for each year. Leave. New Orleans...... 8.40 a m Tampa daily except Sunday. AND .: ",.
Et' With Line .
I 4. The Collector shall transmit to the Leave Houston............ 6.15pm Stage to and from Leesburg jZSJ- Orders from the Solicited.* .
't until, at its first meeting in e.lch'month, Trains 1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 daily daily except Sunday.AT -Country a S S ,.

uteraent showing the amount of moneys excc.Sunday.SOLID CEDAR KEY. FLA., :' I I,1.' ..
1 KING .
elved With S .,
for licenses Tampa Steamship Steamers ,
during the preceding TRUSS Jacksonville to Pensacola. i ., .
'I. "iin' with the name of eacl person pay- SLEEPING CARS Madison to Pensacola. for Key West, Monday and Thursday 17. tf Cor.. Centre and Fourth Sts.: -r :E3: _,
-- the same the amount paid by each the p. m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and

:'..1of t': such payment, and the business or coN N ECTIONS. Friday.With. HO FOR THE BEACH. C> o
: 't for which the !same: was issued; At Live Oak, with the Savannah Florida Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
"' West
s ud and
;, I\1' < statement shall be signed i by the & Western Railroad.At for Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.; AND A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe
e New
M tor the and Clerk ; and the Collector shall Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch For information Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. C:> i Fernandina, |} E

t.\\''Inn for Treasurer the amount collected Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- etc., to respecting routes, rates three elegant Omnibuses McGinnis::
t licenses on the first tiny of each urdays.At apply & Rawson can be secured for private partieson Cor.
11I'II\th. A.: o. MACDONELL .::B {{ Centre: & Third. }} S .;
xu-- 5. Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- very reasonable terms,at any hour, either I
All Gen'l
Ordinances, or parts of Crdi- cola. & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen- D. E. icket arid Pass. Agent. day or night. '




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Due notice will he: given. when the .arrangements At Greenwood.NOV. 'CLEARED. .... IN roirr.

THE FLORIDAfMlR'ROR.t have been 4 OIII!pleted. .. 3, 1883. 10-Sch. Mattie. E. Taber, Maxwell, Sch. Fannie W. Child. Hart.

The club have also made a commutationrate A clouded sky overhangs as with a pall Philadelphia ; lumber, by Camp Sch-Rebecca H. Queen Smith.

f'.OO.. A, YEAH; $1.00. FOR SIX MOXTlfS for tickets. to their.' -' entertainments.. The sombre landscape: and on field and hill. & Bro., Sch.Sch. Geo. Churchman Brewi-ter.Riley.
u" And .in the sighing woods and 'sen's cold h 12-S. P. Florida. Dennett, Savannah ; DeMory Gray, !:
admis-sion can.nuty'
: Twelve : !: tickets. be had Sch. Standard Bennett.
Reflections. depths with freight and passengers, by
for$1, and twelve skating tickets for $1.50. The dying year imparts a melancholy! line. W. B. Tucker agent. Sch. Carrie A. Buektmn l.\wrpnce

An opportunity is afforded ladies and Fit day for rites so sad For Nature mourns 12-Sch.,Chas. E. Moore, Adams,Philadelphia Sch. Win. R. Drtiry. Bond. ,
The thermometer fell twenty, degrees dur- Mourns ,when she gathers in such niortal -
children to ]learn skating at, the Monday ; lumber by J. C. Read.
loveliness, First-Class Private
ing Thursday night. matinees, to which gl'ntlemel1"viii not be Veiling it front our fond 13-Sch. Fannie L. Child Hart, New Board

The Western Texas brought 110 passengers admitted: Members of the club will'be in And holding in herself eyes its substance ele- York ; lumber by Payne, Cook .. I beg to inform my triend4aud the public
& Co. generally that I will continue the Private
J from New York: this week.. attendance to teach beginners. mental,
Boarding Boise of the late Mrs.
Until it shall put on its immortality.Farewell 13-S.' P..City of Bridgeton. Hallows) I ; L. )[.
Brownson left for New York on soul till then farewell Savannah with freight and Horsey.Special
.. Norman The .Mac, Will lams-Levan Difficulty.Mr sweet ; passengers ratesmade: for clerks and table
. ,by \V. B.Tucker ent.
.' Monday, to purchase his Christmas. goods. MacWilliams sends to the Mirror his, I saw thee when. an infant in thy mother'sarms. 14-Sch.. : F. A. Server Spalding Phila- boarders. MRS. GEO. DAVIS,

Mrs. Wm. Lawtey and Miss Lawtey were statement in reference to the recent difficulty delphia ; lumber, by Hilliard & Fourth Street.

passengers by the Western Texas this week. at Italia. We are'glad to learn that [r.Levan's I knew the joy thou gav'st to -a proud Bai lev. Fernandina, FJa., November 17. 18 3-tr.
father's heart. *.VV u 14-Sch. Jesse W. Starr. Burton. Wilmington -
Extensive preparations for the winter season injuries are not so dangerous. Our I watched thy youth and all thy -womanhood Del. ; lumber by C. Amelia Beach.

are being made at the Mansion House. report was derived from the clerkatthe preliminary H. Hunt. THE IDLE HOUR i is again open, under the
examination before the magistrate I saw thy stately figure at the altar stand 14-S. P. Florida. Dennett, Savauuah ; I'supervision of Mrs. Sweeney, who will bepleased
Mr. Stark,has completed his bakery on Callahan. Mr. MacWilliams writes : When to one worthy of thy hand and love with freight and passengers, by to receive her old friends and the

Second street, and moved his store there 'fhouV3St in holy wedlock freely given. : W. B. Tucker, agent. public generally. Choicest oysters, fish,etc.,
last: week. ITALIA FL.\., November 12, 183. And one'most dear to thee and me, 15-Sch. Ocean Traveler, Thomas, St. constantly on hand. tf.

To the Editor of the Mirror: Catching the tenderness!! of thy sweet eyes, Croix ; lumber by J. C. Read.

Attention is called to the advertisement. I protest against the biased, report in the The magic of thy smile thy thoughtfulbrow u 15-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows! Sail Boat, Found. w

the New York Bakery'and Confectionery. on Mirror of my difficulty here. :J neither pro- Savannah with freight and pas- Wednesday, near the month of Jolly
assault him I Has fixed: thy lineaments in a priceless sengers, by W.B.Tucker agent.
Centre street. ; voked nor made the upon River Little Tiger Is-land. The boat when
.was seated at a small table, in a partitioned form"'f' 16-S. Western Texas Risk, 1,542 found was capsized with sail set.
)[rs. Geo. Davis will continue.the.private enclosure as postmaster, distributing the. Sole remnant of thy gracious presence here tons New York ; freight and owner can have same by proving The
boardina-house, of the late Mrs.L.M.Horsey. mail, when insulted and assaulted.. From amoral below. passengers,by It'V. Southwick, and paying expenses.
It was an almost girlish thought in thee agent.
I the
See card elsewhere. and public standpoint deplore C. J. WILLIAMS.
affafr. but feel that):the law will justify nie and her, II 16-S. P.: Florida, Dennett. Savannah ; Little Tiger Inland. :I
Mr. C. M. Tijton, agent for the SavannahDail _in defending myself on my own premises.Further4 Making unconscious record for these mourn- with freight and passengers, by I

Times was in the city this week'iu'the', .,I.can prove that Levan is not evenseriously ful days, W. B. Tucker, agent. Fernandina, Fla., November.. 16. 1883.
;' :' injured, although every effort is When ice shall no more see thee as thou 17-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows, .
interest of-his paper. Shingles.All
being.made to magnify' his danger. I never, wert, Savannah ; with freight and pas- kinds
Colonel F. B. Papy, this week, moved into except'when wearing the uniform of a soldier Save for this happy gift which thou de- sengers,by 'V. B. Tucker,agent. 38-tf at FRED W. HOYT & Co's.

the former residence of Hon. D. L.:Yulee, of carried a deadly or concealed weaponin signs'tFor
devoted husband's love. No hurt has
my life. I have never violated any law,
which he has obtained a lease. .
or wilfully wronged any man ; and with
The brick for .Mr. Stark new blockon name, character and reputation at stake, I To thee, from all the adulation that we give [FERTILIZERS ?
To beauty or to grace. Brilliant as life has
Centre street has arrived, and the work of cannot afford; to be misrepresented by my been for tlH'e.A ,
home paper, whose!: report will naturally be
erection will be begun without delay.Mr. taken by the press not only of Florida but simple guileless goodness and a heart unworn I have on hand, and am constantly receiving, supplies ofWillrinson's

J. P. Swails, of Dutton, who was in elsewhere, where I am favorably known. I
therefore feel this matter acutely, and know By flattery have kept thee safe and true. Celebrated Bone Fertilizers,
the city this week, reports that the farmersare This tomb
from your character and sense of fair playas short, sharp summons to the
losing many hogs from cholera, which I well as journalistic propriety, you are no With all'thy wonted courage thou hast met, FOR FRUIT TREES, GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES.

seems to be prevailing throughout the whole party to partial or one-sided reports.. .' As only they can mpet.whoni faith sustains.
WM. MACWILLIAMS. Bitter our tears for"the "and breaking PREPARED UNDER A NEW PROCESS, especially suited to our soil and climate,
t to withstand drouth.
county. .heai4sAttest ,\ crops "
the place that in thy''11 rile"ThO'u :Sold at Manufacturer's Prices, freight added.
Mrs. will the "Idle Hour"on Something New.
Sweeney keep
'hMt! so,largely filled. But what we --ALSO IN STOCK :-
Amelia Beach open during the season, Realizing the fact that fruit and vegetable cannot see
Pure Ground Bone Dissolved Bone for Composting Cotton-Seed Meal!
and she invites the patronage of the friendsof growing is on the increase in Nassau coun- Shall one day be revealed all shall be ,
Ash Element Muriate and of Potash Land Plaster etc.
is want of known. Sulphate ,
her late husband and the public gene- ty, and that there a growing some
rally. reliable commercial fertilizer in our market, That now so dark a mystery appears, #*Send for Circulars and prices.
And He who gave thee shall restore TV. F.

The steamship Western Texas cleared from Mr. W. F. Scott, our efficient tax-collector, What He has now in seeming cruelty with- Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883. SCOTT.Jrn(

this moruingforNew York with has accepted the agency for Wilkinson's drawn.
port Friday
manufactured in Till then farewell, sweet soul farewell !
ebrated bone fertilizers,
the following cargo: 2,513 boxes oranges, -George Ticknor Curtis
barrels rosin 48 barrels Brooklyn, N. Y. As will be seen by the NEW GOODS
773 bales cotton, 660 The above lines were written of Mrs. C.

spirits, 175 cases cedar, 106 empty kegs, 19 formula below these fertilizers are composed W. Gould, the daughter of Mr. Edward N. ,

barrels syrup, 61 packages merchandise.Mr. of the very best materials; and prepared Dickerson. -----_.-

under an entirely new specially
J. E. Davis, of King's Ferry, was in process! Many friends in this place will grieve at
suited for our soil and climate, and are en-
the this week. He of the sad news, which distance cannot lightenbut BOOTS I-I
city complains great dorsed by some of the best men of our State. l
negligence on account of the mail agents on The manufacturers are fortunate in their rather makes more heavy, in that theyare -I ply
*set unable to perform the last little acts of \\v
the Transit Road. The Mirror, which should I lection of some one to represent them here; iJH3 I

reach King's Ferry on Saturday, some times '' as Mr. Scott is one of our most progressiveand devoted tenderness.The ..00
does not get there until the next Wednes most distant acquaintances will know --
and has
successful planters an exten- o
that there is lost to earth a girl whose rare .A
day. sive acquaintance through the country. As o H
gifts of body and mind went hand in COMPLETE STOCK .
It. G. McQuitty, merchant tailor, re- Fernandina is the natural entrance to Florida M
hand with the tenderest, most loving of
turned from Massachusetts on Tuesday.Mr. i has cheap and excellent communication FOR
hearts, while to those more intimate, the DOH d
McQuitty's store has been occupied by with the outside world, we see no reason STREET AND DRESS.LADIES' .
days that come will only add new and
Mr. William Wood, Jr., since the September why a large business should not be built up -
greater longings for her. But though we
fire but arrangements have been made to here in this line, and we understand it is i i iCO GOM
cannot look to forgetfulness for aid, there is iM
make room for both, at least temporarily.Mr. very probable that in order to get the ad- AND GENTS',
fortunately much more of blessed con-
: McQuitty can be found at his old vantage and save time, Messrs. Wilkinsonwill MISSES !
solation in remembrance. To the cold-
stand.A keep with Mr. Scott a stock: of fertilizersto \
est of philosophers such perfect natures as CHILDREN'SAND Cd

general change of express messengershas supply their extensive trade in South hers carry conviction of immortality, and all GOO $
Southern Florida. Mr. S. also proposes to keep in
been made by the Express
the hope that it implies. Those who trustto f
stock other fertilizers that be called for. fc
Transit Railroad.Mr.
Company on the Florida may the intuitions of the heart are separatedby INFANTS'IMPROVED

G. T. Maughs has been promoted to the See his advertisement in another column. the slightest of barriers. So to-day, to N Wr1

agency at Gainesville, and Mr. B. G. Smith Wilkinson's Patent Tropical Fertilizer, hundreds of hearts that would like to find -

has been assigned to the office in Jackson- prepared tropical climates specially, light for and tropical sandy and soils.semi- expression, Lily Dickerson is absent only

ville. Their places on the Transit road are and low and and is
FORMULA-oNE TON. when they are selfish a -.SHOESI'

filled by Mr. D. L. Warden, transferred from Dried blood (pure).................. 250 pounds warm,' real presence whenever their OQB V
the Peninsular road, and Mr.J.W. DeCottes, Bone ash (charred bone)..........1,000 pounds thoughts go to the pure and true.

transferred from the Florida Central & West- Sulphate potash....................... 450 pounds >
ern Railroad. Sulphate iron..;..!.................... 100 pounds Range of Thermometer STYLES
Gypsum .................................. 200 pounds FOR THE," WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, ajv

Change of Schedule. Blood furnishes the ammonia in the form nORSEY'S DRUG STORE. \ PERFECT FITTING,

An entire change of schedule into of nitrogen and promotes growth.
goes Bone ash is raw bone charred, extractingall I I S Wind 02fc GREAT VARIETY,
effect on the Florida Transit and Peninsular grease and foreign matter and leaving the = I :-1 :::. s::.. :;
Railroad to-morrow. For the winter sea- bone ash, which retains all its fertilizing I to- '-4 1Ct) co

son, two passenger trains will be run be- properties, and producing the bone phos- Saturday..Nov.l0 76 81 80 78 E. + + # d

tween this city and Cedar Key. and on the phate in a more condensed and soluble con- Sunday ..............11 77 79 79 78 E. I FAIR PRICES I td;

dition. ........... '
Monday .12 76 79 78 73 NE. *_ s
Peninsular Division. The regular day Sulphate of iron gives strength and vigorto T1.1esday..13 70 72 73 NE. fcW tt- *

passenger train will leave here at 6:15 in the the plant, securing healthy growth and Wednesda ........14 71 76 73 721 NE. ,I

morning, arriving at Cedar Key at 2:36 in color, also freedom from disease and pests. Thursday ..........15 69 72 71 70 NE.

f the afternoon. A night train Gypsum decomposes all organic matter .............. 50 55 '153 50 I N. .
passenger and supplies plants with sulphates, phos- nm-"_ -..
will leave here at 7 o'clock arrivingin phates, lime etc., by transmitting HQ
p. m. magnesia, ----------
Cedar Key at 8:15: the following morning. through the roots all that part of the soil 1JLtBINE.Port K IJ.H. PRESCOTT I
which represents available plant food, retaining M ,
Going North, the day passenger will leave the ammonia and moisture in the of Fernandina. M .

Cedar Key at 7 o'clock a. m., arriving at soil, and absorbing the same from the at- HIGH WATER. '-- <4tA'J!..t't-.z-JJ"oV".u':; '''-' O

Fernandina at 3:37 p. m. The night passen- mosphere for their use. Saturday, Nov. 17..10:40 A.M. 10:24 p. M. <

ger will leave Cedar Key at 6:00 p. m., arriving Sulphate of potash, combined with the Sunday,. 18...... :51" 11:13" d
a above ingredients, dissolves in the soil en- Monday, 19.1140 0:00": FERNANDINA, FLA. GCARRIVING
here at 9:50: a. m. ters the roots, and circulates rapidly in the Tuesday, 20...... 0:08" 0:33" '. rv P-'I'

{ Through sleeping cars will be attached to sap, thereby greatly increasing the fruiting Wednesday, 21...... 1:04" 1:29 "
j the night passenger trains. powers of trees and plants.A Thursday, 22...... 1:59" 2:23 .1 -- -

largely increased product; freedom from Friday, !( 23...... 2:54" 3:16"ENTERED.
PENINSULAR DIVISION. disease and pests ; rapid growth and early WEEKLY

Going South the trains on the Peninsular maturity ; healthy color and improvementin -
will follows The flavor. It is lasting and nutritious during -
railroad run as : night Nov. 11 S. Florida. Dennett Savannah
-- ,
each of
passenger will leave Waldo at 1:40 a. m., period growth ; permanently im- with freight and passengers, to
the soil
produces more saccharine
proves ;
arriving at Wildwood at 6:40 the same morn- matter ; all is available as plant food ; never W. B. Tucker, agent. SEEDS
12 Sch. Carrie A. Buckman Law-
ing. The day passenger will leave Waldo at stimulates or becomes immediately exhausted -
but affords a gentle perpetuafsupply of rence, Providence; to Hilliard mS1BLEYJS
: 11:30 a. ra., arriving at Wildwood at 3:05 p. & Bailey. for ALL CI .
food to the plant gives vigor and renewed
; "-8c'h. R. Bond the best sent out
m. strength to all plants that have become exhausted Wm. Drury Boston ; ;History and best methods
North the leaves to Mizell & Bro. a Fodder Crops, Tree
Going night passenger and restores old vines and trees to
11 Catalogue and frUm List of SEEDS.
i 13-8. P. City Bridgeton, Hallows,
their .
original .igor.P.'TE.TEE'S
Wildwood at 6:30-p. m., arrives at
Savannah, with ,freight and S161ET'S SEEDS HIRAM I SIBLEY & CO. Rochester N.Y. Chicago, !III.!!
Waldo at 12:15 a. m. The day passenger CLAIM. passengers, to W. B. Tucker,
leaves Wildwood at 6:55 a. m., and arrives at The base of my fertilizer being bone, I find agent. ---- --

Waldo at 10:35 a. m.FEKNANDIKA by reducing the raw bone toan ash (charred 14-S. P. Florida, Dennett, Savannah; THE MINISTER WHO FAILS to interest his congregation -
bone), the and other with freight and toW
grease impurities are passengers, preacher
AND JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD. disposed of, reducing the bone to a dry fine : B. Tucker, agent. and build up his church is generally accused of being poor

The trains on the Fernandina and Jack. powder thereby leaving the phosphatesmore ". 14-S. S. Western Texas, Risk, 1,542tons or of not studying hard enough. That is not always where the trouble

sonville Railroad will leave here one* hour soluble, which is more'particularly New York ; freight and for a
adapted to light or sandy soils than that passengers,to R..W. Southwick' comes from. Dyspepsia and liver disorders are responsible many
later 10:30 a. ra., arriving'in Jacksonville at made from ground bone for the reason thatit agent. dull sermon and many a vacant pulpit When the Dominie's &S&W:
12:10 leave Jacksonville at 3:15 arriving takes for the soil : of Hallows his
; p.m. years to decompose the 15-S. P. City Bridgeton, him and
and his are giving pain
here at 5 o'clock. No material hard substances of bone,and when appliedto Savannah, with freight and passengers apparatus is working wrong nerves reach a

changes are made on this road in runningthe light or sandy soils the rain washes it to W. B. Tucker agent. brain refuses to do its duty, it is almost impossible to make or to ,
down into the earth of reach of the H. Smith of Brown's Iron
out :: 15-Sch. Rebecca Queen, good sermon. Give your suffering.minister a bottle
Sunday trains. roots before it becomes thoroughly decom-. Port Royal ; to Hilliard & ,Bai- The Rev. wr-
posed and available, whereas when reducedto ;. ley. tern. You will see its effect on next Sunday's preaching.
: The Holler Skating Club. an ash it becomes a dry, fine owder. all n6-S. P. Florida, Dennett, Savannah ; Zehring, of Codorus, Pa., was paralyzed, and could not walk except Rev.

The Fernandina Roller Skating Club is soluble and available, dissolving gradually with freight and passengers, to crutches, until Brown's Iron ,'Bitters made a new man of him. The; .
into the soil absorbed by the roots and retains W. B. Tucker, agent. ana w-
contemplating a masquerade skating carnival Hill S. C. "It restored me to
Mr. White of Rock :
: its virtue until taken up by the grow- 17-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows, says le.
to take place at an early date, and to ing crop. WM. H. WILKINSON. Savannah;with freight and pas- gor." Brown's Iron Bitters is not only for the minister, but for all peo p

{ which all friends of the rink will be invited Patentee. sengers, to W. B.Tucker, agent. 5r