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 24, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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1 STATE NEWS. Cucumbers, tomatoes, cabbages, peas, beans, NEW YORK i'iOSSIP.'; '
Matthew -
I etc., are easily produced from the extremely Arnold finds himself out in the WASHINGTON.

Alachua. fertile soil. Lands considered as particu- sTIlE cold so far as society goes. Like all English "- i; .
LAND OFFICE BUSINESS FOR OCTOBER.Total larly adapted to orange growing bring fancy THE DETECTIVE TRADE-Fnt FORCE.",," -OF MATTHEW'THE CHIEFOF men and women of any note who come to THE AWAKENING OF THE NATION'S CAPITAL
number 4>f cash entries 332, area 29,441.82acres prices-in fact, it is hardly pbssible to give a SIMMS.bARSOLD-DR. country, he expected'that he would be FROM HER SIESTA-THE MARKED IMPETUS

; homesteads commuted, area 2,421.73 price for to-day which would betaken this To the Editor of the Jfirr';:.; by received with: open arms and made much of TO PRIVATE BUILDING ENTERPRISES, ETC.

'"": acres; homesteads purchased under act of day week. Still there are excellent bodiesof NEW YORK, November 17,1883. letters everybody.of Hence he neglected to bring To the Editor of the Mirror:

June 15, 1880, 2,201.74 acres; number of final land near by and along the railroad that The "" introduction. Now, the best class
holidays are at hand. The stores are of literary, artistic and WASHINGTON, D. C., November 17.
proofs made 55, area 6,475.76 acres; number can be bought all the way from $1.25 to $3, decked out with Christmas: "general society in"
homestead made goods, and: the this city has been done to death by just such The pulsations of a new but not unfamiliar
acres 257, area 32,501.56acres $5, etc., according to location and other ad- city is filled)) with bu'efrom all -
number ,. parts of people, who returned with snobs and cuts life has awakened Washington from her
; preemptions perfected, area6s5.31 vantages. The country south of Orange the Conner .
Capt. of
country. the St. James the 1 tong siesta
homestead Lake generous hospitality extended them in dishabille, and the return of
acres; declaratory state- rises rapidly, and presents a rolling Hotel
told that for over
a here.
they ) her
ments filed 48; warrants located 1, area 160 surface, covered with pine with black-jack have not had J Arnold has now to pay the penalty migratory lovers from the four cornersof
a spare room in, the house
,, acres ; State swamp selections, area 692.88 undergrowth, interspersed with small ham- and at other hotels the 'experience is the i for: the conscious or unconscious arrogance i the Republic is at hand. La belle rule
of himself always
acres. Whole receipt of the office for the mocks. Thirteen miles from Orange Lakeis same. Even' the 'rlOWU- "and fellow-patriots. Then, ; wears a somewhat slipshod appear-
month, $46,730.70. .'f n hotels, which he fell into the hands of )Ir. Andrew Car. ance during the vacation ; but now, mir-

\ .. are largely dependent jfpon commercial I negie. apushirhg'orcvard# rored in the Nation's
kind ,
of she
ANTHONY PLACE person, of eyes, has made, an
altitude '
Col1unbla.I "
I seventy-two men, are filled with famift Judging from
I feet great wealth, who for many years has been elaborate toilet and, with the aid of such
; MORE FINE FRUIT.-We saw recently a I ; high, rolling pine land, of good qual- the number of Southern 'people at the New trying to get into society, but failed. Carnegie substantial cosmetics as brick, wall
This -
ity. section paper,
was settled long before York Hotel which has ,
hunch of grape-fruit-a large variety of the ilwaysbeen a purely] is
paint and
a Scotchman
who ,
the late war, and had some extensive made a fortune paving stones, she is ready to re-
citrus fruits, consisting of fourteen plan- Southern house .an era of prosperity in
huge tations. The air is ? prevails the iron business in Pennsylvania. ceive her legislative,journalistic and fashionable -
golden balls, so closely aggregated at the exceptionally pure here in that section of the country. Not
Thougha suitors
of in
and favorable to invalids this country for years, fairer array than she has
end of a twig as to conceal the stems upon recuperation. seeking repose and for many years have those! people spent so( he has not become a citizen, and still maintains ever before worn.

which they grew. No leaves or twigs intervened much money as this r crtr. In the matter of
SILVER SPRING of the allegiance to the British crown. He Private building
one celebrities have
and the whole was as compact as a of toys there are no end of attractive novelties enterprises taken a
Florida is ; spent large sums of money for paintings marked impetus within
reached the last
scenery by a branch The
cluster of grapes, which it very much resembled tendency seems to he towards scientific and year or so,
about four miles from Ocala. other works of art, but despite this fact and the sights of Washington
in structure. None of the single specimens There is a playthings, and it is wonderful what ingenious he failed are no longer
large of to secure a foot-hold in artistic confined to the
body excellent land so- public buildings
probably weighed less than two surroundingthe devices have been invented, to be
Spring, and within few About a year ago he made a coachciety. and colossal bronze horses
pounds. This was produced in our own a years much operated by means of steam or electricity.It ,,. but include -
attention has been given to the cultivationof is rumored about musical circles ing tour through a part of England, and as as well the mansions (in other lands
county and near this place, and much ofthe that
same kind is to be seen growing about the oranere.. and more lately- to vegetables., Ahhpv* is mnlcimr: efforts, to induce__ _Patti,_n. fn__ book it is :said about, with it. The the help of others, wrote a they would be called palaces) that Blaine,
Steamers now run to make close critics let him off easy. and Sherman and Windom. and
the dwellings here and throughout the so as connection break her contract with :Col. Mapleson and Robeson,
coun He
with the trains on the Peninsular sing at the MetropolitanOpera) House. now proposes to go back to Scotland, have built out of their thrifty politic Some
That raised in this section is But
try. superiorto where
have Road, thus affording to the tourist one of this is not so, as I ani informed by one of hopes to win a seat in Parliament. months ago 3Ir. Blaine, speaking of his new
we seen elsewhere in
I any grown the most attractive excursions in the State. Mr. Abbey's lieutenants. Patti He somehow' managed to capture )Ir. Arnold house, asked a lady if she had seen his folly.
point of flavor and texture, and a good deal to him and
By taking the morning train at Jacksonville would be white by this means endeavored to collect She answered : '"I a elephant; for in the first --- ,\"on,
of it finds its way into this market, where it -
)) passengers can reach the Spring in place he would haveto a gathering of first-class people at his call it your folly unless because you mustso
commands a ready sale. The tree is pay Mapleson a
hardy establishment
time to connect with a steamer in the evening heavy forfeit ; he would add $5.000 ; but somehow even this soon leave it for the White House." The .
and a prolific} fruiter, and the fruit, though : a per- failed, and Mr. Arnold
and make the round trip in twenty- formance to his already heavy roll has to pay the penalty house was occupied by Mr. Blaine last win- '
cheap to the consumer at from one to two ; for his host's
four hours. One mile west of the Spring a he would bring on a war between Nilsson! unpopularity.There ter, and was the scene of one or two elegant
and one-half cents is
a profitable to is
the crop company of capitalists has bought 4,000 and Patti, who, naturally are rivals, and he a remarkable case in Bellevne entertainments. Now he has rented it to a
grower.-Lake City
Reporter. acres of land, where they have laid out the would have to saddle ,himself with that Hospital' at present. Some time ago a man Mr. Leiter, of Chicago, one of the many

Leon. town ofFOREST drug, Nicolini Patti's husband The whole was received suffering from a cancer in the enormously wealthy men who will make a ..

Among the varied growth in the interesting CITY.-This tract is high, rolling trouble with Mapleson, by the way, arises throat. It was successfully removed, but home in the capital during the winter.

grounds of the City Hotel, of Tallahassee pine land, easily cleared, and lies within the solely from the fact that Mapleson refused the passage for the conduct of food from the Nothing that so prominent a man as Mr.

are fine :English walnut trees, the soil "orange belt." The mouth to the stomach was hermeticallyclosed. Blaine
company has the capi- to cast him for important parts, for which does is unimportant and the lettingof

seeming to suit them as well as it does the tal to build up a town here, and are goin he knew him to be incompetent, but for After a consultation, the surgeons his house has given rise to various conjecturE's.

thrifty orange and lemon trees, bananas, energetically to work to that end. The tract which Nicolini, backed by Patti, thought decided that the only way to prevent his Some knowing ones say that he

;: etc., which contend for space in that favored will be divided into twenty-acre lots, with himself eminently fitted: death from starvation was to cut an opening has taken warning from the fate of Windom.and .

spot-a luxuriant, perennial garden. As streets and avenues passing each lot. These Inspector Byrnes, chief of our detective into his stomach and feed him to the Robeson, whose houses in Washington f

the home-raised bananas grace the desserts lots will be sold to actual settlers at a low force, is rapidly earning for himself the stomach direct. A hole was accordinglymade were supposed to be the cause of defeating

of the hotel, so may the product of the figure and on reasonable under the fifth rib, the stomach was the for ,
I i terms. Forest City name of the American Yidbcq i and descry one the Senate, and the other for the

Northern tree ; and twixt the walnuts is four miles from Ocala, and only six hours edly. The manner in,, which he caught the opened, and now he is fed in this novel ,House of Representatives. Others say that

and the wine'what's the rest? One of by rail from way. One of the surgeons told me that he
,I ,' Jacksonville. G. R. Bennett, gang of forgers headed b/that, clever! criminal } Mr. Blaine is not as rich as has been supposed -,

the trees is almost twenty feet high and ten Jacksonville, F&'., will attend to-alHnquiries forger Brockaway, and" ttiereb S%' prevented "' = thought. ; Jthatfrthe: vman's: .life! .conId be prolonged and .that the expense of such aneSta'blishment

inches in diameter, being only six years respecting this property. the consummation of a swindle for a year. He has no pains, and was too much for his purs ,-,

old If some trees grow and OCALA, the site of his mental faculties are strong and active, The
many may, so county Marion county, which would probably have enriched the number of political friends whom Mr.
English walnuts as well as black walnutsare is a handsome little but he will gradually die from exhaustion
city, situated in the cen sharpers by half a million of dollars)) was a Blaine knows by face and name is perhapsas
to be counted the tre of the since the food which his stomach is able
among products of the county and surrounded to
by marvel great
a bodyof of care, skill, and astuteness. The as was ever retained in the memoryof
hill country. But if the fathers do not the richest hammock land in digest is of the lightest kind, and scarcely
the State, whole plant was captured and the web of one man ; and his house, the dimensionsof

plant, their children may not gather. which is now being rapidly converted into evidence was woven so carefully and thoroughly able to contribute to the formation of muscular a hotel, would have proved too magneticto

FLORIDA UNIVERSITY.-The opening of orange groves, two thousand acres being around them that it will be a wonderif ',1'1.""tissues..nn,1nn1 ,1 ..__:__1 L'.u' his peripatetic friends from all parts of
"i the medical department of the Florida Uni- already planted and many of the groves com- any of them escape short of a life sen- LI";; llJWVtx44l a,111a UUJ ;IVsttft proIcsslon by the country. They would have eaten him

versity will be at Gallic Hall on next Friday ing into bearing. The first grove at Ocala tence. As he has been so frequently named. the way, has lost one of its most shining and drank him literally out of house and

evening, 20th inst., when an address was planted by Mr. A. L. Eichelberger, who in the dispatches, let me describe him to I ornaments this week by the death of Dr. home. But I think that Mr. Elaine's pro-

will be delivered by Dr. Charles Beecher. now has a magnificent property at his home you. He is a man but little short, of six Marion Simms, in the 70th year of his life. phetic soul knows that a Democratic admin-

Ladies and gentlemen are cordially invitedto stead. His first grove was made from sour feet, a well-developed frame, a pleasant, His specialty was surgery for female diseases istration is to follow this regime of fraud,

attend. stumps, set in 1870, and budded the follow- and by his knowledge, his skill and grafted the
Dr. J. Kost, Dean of Medical strong characteristic face, a ruddy complexion upon usurpation of Hayes, and,
Faculty, accompanied by :Mrs. Kost, arrived ing season.: In these young groves vegetables and a remarkably clear, quick grayish delicate touch he had done more towards not relishing the role of relic the magnetic-

last week. They have are grown and yield enough to the blue adding to the knowledge and treatment of statesman to
rooms at the City pay eye. His movements are languid and proposes move toward the

Hotel. The doctor is indefatigably active in expense of carrying on the grove. Thereare his conversation is also slow. His manneris these peculiarly painful diseases than any North pole; to return, in short, to his native

preparing for the opening of the university, settlers from almost every Northern State winning in the extreme he makes_ _friends un__ other at ten the surgeons together. Said a professor Maine. There will be more houses rented

aim ii energy ana ability can command now engaged in ma King orange groves in I wherever he goes ; even criminals who fall University Medical College : and sold, in all probability, in a year from

success it will be realized.-Floridian. this }hammock, the streets of the town hav victims to his skill are fond of him, and he 'h"That Lu man, has done.. more. .for the.. science now.- for--- the n__ indi..----(-' tinm-- .. : .!1"..."... +...h"t..... 'Vno1-" "".U1J.; t

Marlon. ing been extended through it in a south possesses the happy knack of extracting in twenty; years UKUI has ueeu uuue in a ton will not then be a congenial home for

and westerly direction to a distance of three statements from them which are very valuable century by others." He leaves two sons, thousands who abetted and tens of thou-

This county has an area of 1,000 square miles. Ocala has several churches, a saw in the interest of justice. He rarely both physicians. Neither of them, how- sands who profited by, the electoral com-
miles,and in 1880 had a population of and ever, inherits his father's brains
13,000 mill skill.
planing or
a and drinks mission business. An
newspaper, a large anything except a glass of claret at exodus was sternly
which has been been largely augmented dur- number of stores. The The elder is a plodding, earnest man, while
Ocala dinner
House is the ; but he is an inveterate smoker. demanded eight years ago by the people at

ing the past three years. Marion county has principal hotel, and is capable of affording One can scarcely meet him without a the youngest prefers to pose as a gay young the polls. Since then the Republican party

long been famous for the fertility of her soil man about town, and affect ultra
which accommodation to 100 guests. There are lighted cigar in his mouth, and it is said of English has never ceased to eat the bread of theft, ,

yielded the largest crops of sugar ever many opportunities to make profitable investments him that on retiring he puts a cigar in his mannerisms, including that of being fol- for nothing but the fraudulent tenure of

yet produced in the State, while her sea- in and near this town, as it i is mouth and a match at his bedside, so as not lowed in his walks by a huge mastiff. Hayes made the purchased succession of

island cotton still holds the market as the growing with .._ 1.,__ _'_ n ., .
great vigor. Two railroads MJ ius:>e any time on awanening. Garfield possible.
ne is
finest grown,and is bought up eagerly by the already very List of Letters
through it-the Peninsular fond of
and a game of poker with a few inti- More President makers and
agents of the great manufacturers of the Florida Southern Remaining in the Post-Office Fernandina more Presi- f
spool a road. mate friends but he -
narrow-gauge generally loses. He is dential possibilities be
thread. Corn, oats, Irish and sweet potatoesare The principal land companies have agentsat also a great admirer of racing and Nassau county, Florida, Nov. 23, 1883. gathered togetherin
during Washington this winter than
largely produced in this county, while Ocala, so that parties seeking lands will be the season the turf affords him his sole Persons calling for these letters must say before assembled in were ever
one city. They will
vegetables for shipment are beginning to able to their advertised:
pursue inquiries with the recreation.
judgment of horses is ex- meet one another in the hotels
receive attention at all points where transportation facility. The Bigelow, Willie R. Knight, John on the
I is principal branch office cellent. For trotters, or the driving of fast! Brown, Julia King, R. streets, in the Capitol, and at the festal
,, .. conveniently. near. The first of the Land Department of the Transit and i horses, he has
h lwluI: < L In no fancy. He is worth proba- Baxter Mrs. Liza Lawrence, Henry board. Some of them are already on the

ORANGE tillS county" 19 Peninsular Railroad Company is also locatedat bly $500,000. Most of it Was made in Wall Baker, Fred. Lucas, George ground, and they will all be ]here before the
LAKE Citra, as the station has this place. street, thanks to the Beane & Co., E. Lewis, M. C.
him winter
points given is
by over. Senator Thurman
been named-is the most famous of the From Ocala to Wildwood Brient, W. E. Lyon, Jomes H. C. has had
the Vanderbilt
present ter- and Gould, both of whom have Bell, C. D. McBean Mr. rooms at the Ebbitt House. He owns
orange of a
groves Florida. Here minus of I
capital and the road the
good country presents a taken a fancy to him. Ballard, Walter McGuire, John modest little house on Fourteenth street
business ,
the talent have joined hands, and rolling profile, the land mostly covered with The preparations for the celebration of Baker, Capt. W. N. Maud, M. but it has been rented for than

result is an accumulation of wealth quite pine, with here and there a small hammock. 1 the centennial of Evacuation Bennett, S. P. Pratt, James H. more a year.

unusual in the history of agricultural pur Long Swamp is not, as its name would im- I takes place on the 26th inst. Day, which Bourn, Mrs. S. E. Price, David G. Ex-Senator McDonald, of Indiana, will
suits. are growingvery Bonnard.Mrs.LauraE.Price, James C. have
From at Willard's.
this station during the pastseason ply, a swamp, but a region of excellent large, and the pagent will certainly bea Clark, Lisybeth Paslye, Mrs Sarah dall Ex-Speaker Ran-
57,700 boxes of oranges were sent to farming land Cousins R. B. will vacate his house on Capitol Hill,
long noted for its fertility. grand one. It is a pity that old ((2)) Onions, Rikeanner
market. This, it must be remembered, is the Midway between the railroad and the Ock- David Van Arsdale poor Davies, Antrum Shang, Mrs. N. D. and live at a hotel this winter.A .
crop produced by trees which ten lawaha River lies was spared to live Dugless, H. N. Smitch, Jersey small private home is
years ago Lake Weir, a beautiful 'until that day. He died on Wednesday Foster, Frank Simmons, Alfred not a convenient

were in the dense jungle of a heavy ham- body of water, with good banks and clean,
less mock, most of the buds having been put in sandy beach. This lake has become quite a rans] of the war of 1812 to six. His father Gardener, Oliver Shropshire, Pink public man. He can see and be seen with

than seven years since. The two prin- resort for the citizens of Marion county and J it will be Higgins, Rener Shad, Steven better advantage at a large hotel.
cipal was the brave lad Hansom, G. H. Tomson, R. M.
groves-those of Mr. J. A. Harris the lands adjacent
and are rapidly becoming who climbed the greased pole at the Bat Harris. Mrs. Emma Thomson, Jas. H.
the The
Bishop & Hoyt grove-produced subject to the skill of the planter, many fine 'tery, on which the British had nailed their Hubanks, James ((2)) Washington, E. C. Result in New York.

respectively 22,000 and 19,000 boxes, the net grovea having already been set out. This :flag on leaving the Harding, :Miss Lizzie Williams, C. The Republicans have no room for con-
tore it off and
returns from which must reach nearly, if region is noted for its healthfulness and hoisted the Howard, Joseph R. Wadner, O. A. gratulations over the New York election.
not ; American flag. When he died I Jones, John F. Williams, Robert J.
are fully, $3 per box. Besides these there quite a large proportion of its inhabitantsare 1 he enjoined his son to be sure and hoist the Johnson, Miss Lula Williams, Mrs. A. The vote for Judge Maynard the candidatefor

many other younger groves on the south from the Northern States. It is a very 1 flag at the Battery on the anniversary of Johnson, Clem W. Williams, Caroline Secretary of State was not a test of party

shore of the lake which are beginning to desirable region in every respect.-From the every Evacuation and for Johnston, Harry Washington.MissLady strength. The city of New York gave the
yield fruit, so that each year will witness Cil color q!, the Land Depar,"nellt of tie Florida David )has forty years SAM'L T. RIDDELL P, M. following Democratic majorities :
immense Transit & Peninsular Railroad.Knights performed this deed of filial love
additions to the already large pro- and patriotism. It would have been I Attorney-General O'Brien................ 53,137
a mem-
of oranges at this point. Quite a village of Honor. orable addition to the of Legion of Honor. Comptroller Chapin......................... 41,212 .
has solemnity the
grown up at this station, there being Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H., centennial had David lived to hoist the Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of I State Treasurer Maxwell ......... ......... 38,507

three stores, a hotel and many private resi meets the first and third Tuesday nights in The old man for had flag. H., meets the second and fourth. Friday State Engineer Sweet...... ............... 38,400

dences. Besides oranges, a considerable degree 'every month, at 8 G.o'clock.N. 5 in the Cnstom-House years, and died an easy in comfortable position- nights in every month, at 8 o'clock. Secretary of State Maynard............... 23,783

of attention} is given to vegetables here. W. J. WOODWARD, Reporter.SAUSSY, Dictator. 1 ned circumstances at the house of his mar THEO. STARBUCK, Commander.W. All the candidates, except Maynard, are

, daughter. J. WOODWARD, Secretary. elected by large majorities.I .


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THOUGHTS. I I other's eyes, and their lips met. He kissed cigar he took from his pocket. 'Vhateveryou heard him urging on his mare. In another I self pity, and then the great, bitter blinding
her long and passionately; all the intensityof may wish to imply! I do not become moment they were over, but that was all, tears came, and the awful day wore i itself:;
his love seemed to find vent in that kiss. indifferent to mold friends. for only the creature's fore-feet took any away and brought the evening but did
By sound of name and touch of hand, She had quivered a little in his embrace, She could hardly recognize in the easy, hold of the soil, which was soft and slip- bring the evening peace. not
Thro' ears that hear and eyes that see, but when he had put her from him she sat graceful bearing of-the man before her the pery. With an instinct that she had an- Edith excused herself from the dinner-
We know each other in this land;' silent and very still, her face bowed in her Bob of old days, who, it must be confessed, other life beside her own to save, the table on the ground of headache, which
How little must that knowledge be. hands, the large hot tears falling through moved with a somewhat slouching gait, mare struggled desperately, straining every certainly no pretense, for it seemed to was heras
her fingers. She was not weeping for pity and whose hands on state occasions had the nerve and sinew, and at length staggered on if her head must split in two, as well
Our souls are all the time alone of Bob, but for herself. It was that a chordin appearance of considerably embarrassing to firm ground, where she stood quiveringand her heart break. Oh, my poor, as
'No spirit can another teach ; her nature, till then never sounded, had him. A brown beard with gold lights in it covered with sweat. wayward, tender, sad Edith, did poor sleep, sweet that,
They: hide away in realms unknown, been suddenly struck; and as an instru- now gave character and warmth to his face, "Thank God !"said Edith, and she threw night comfort yon at all?
Like waves that never touch a beach. ment vibrates from a shock of music, her which had once been too pale. She found her arms around the mare's neck. After passing four days in London Bob
.. heart and brain vibrated to that new sweet it-very difficult to say anything. At lengthshe The ride home was a silent one. That returned to the country, glad and hopeful.,
We never know another here harmony.She asked: night, when Bob was by himself in. the It was a sweet, grave September evening
No soul can here another see- knew now how rapturous it would be "Why didn't y To know-we need a light as clear to love, where love was returned, and this "Oh I only iirfde up my mind that I and very penitent. some happy souls acquire when peace they have
As that which fills eternity.For knowledge. bitter and sweet, had come upon would come to-day some few hours ago. I "I am very much ashamed," she began ; renounced the dearest desires of their hearts
her suddenly as a revelation, which had in took all the dinner wanted at the station it's not at all nice to feel ashamed. Canyon and tender to all, and not so sad ,
here we walk by human light, it something of awe. I deem that a woman inn. It's really quite a respectable place." ever forgive me?" journey to the country of their very rest. As, they he
But there the light of God is ours; never forgets the first love caress she re "How changed you are I don't think I "I can forgive you at the present moment, walked along he heard the soothing soundof
Each day on earth is but a night, ceives. She is never the same afterwards.But shall ever be able to call you Bob' again, and that most freely" crickets chirruping; there was a smell in
For heaven alone has clear-face hours.I Bob.did not see these tears, which were as I did in the old days.. That is'ery good of you. Show me the air of burning weeds; a laborer tramped
not tears of sorrow, but rather the first slow "Yes, Edith," he answered earnestly, your hand:' heavily and wished him good night.
call you thus-vou call me thus, thunder-drops of passion. She rose and turning his eyes from her; "the boy you He held it out with a laugh, and she regarded "Drink my health," he said, and gave the
Our mortal is the very bar left the room softly. Bob did not seek to knew then is just as much dead as if the the work of hers upon it with keen man five shillings. His heart was overflow-
retain her he looked after her with "
That parts forever each"of us, though earth were over him interest.. ing with love to all mankind. At length he
As skies on high part star from star. hungry eyes. When the door closed, he "I don't know that I am altogether glad," Poor hand!1" she said, and just laid her came in sight of the dearly-beloved house-
mechanically filled and lighted his meer- she said ; "I liked the Bob' of old days," lips to it. I wonder if she was dreaming of the house seen so often in his dreams. He.
schaum, threw himself into the chair she and then she held out her hand to him six years ago.
A name is nothing but a name opened the garden gate and walked in almost -
had just vacated, and strove to face his with smile. He took it but it
a bright no
The French window
For that which else would endless be, reverently, stood
Until our souls in rapture claim future-the years to come-in which Edith more received a lover's pressure. CHAPTER III. ajar; he pushed it and stood in the room
Full knowledge of eternity. would have no part. "Now tell me all about yourself" she Now tho excellent advice given by Ham- where she should come. He threw himself
We die. The house with its blinds down said and nothir loath he told her all
ilton to his friend Burton was briefly this : into a chair and began dreaming of how it
-Father Ryan. proclaims all who pass the door that there was to telll He talked admirably.Was "Travel for at least six years. Try in would be when Edith came in.
death is there our friends and relatives his talk a shade boastful ? Perhaps it "
; every way you can to distract your mind I shall hear her step, thought,"com-
;,. .".' WELL FOUGIIT. ( come and weep over us where we lie with was.Presently Think as little of Miss Ross as you can ; ing down the passage-the step I should
., .... folded hands and closed eyes; they put on Mr. Ross, who had been absent write to her but seldom. If, when the six know all steps among. Then she will come
BY PHILIP BOURKE MARSTON. crape and follow us with mourning coachesto for the day, returned. Some of the best
years are out and you are still uncured, she in and start at seeing me, and blush perhapsa
the grave. The black procession that champagne was opened, and in it they is still unmarried; make her think that you little, and perhaps a glad light will come
CHAPTER I. sweeps through the streets is known to all drank Burton's welcome home, and the!
are heart-whole. Appear before her not as into her eyes. and perhaps in her voice I
When Robert Burton told Miss Edith for death's. But our dear hopes, so long three sat quite late talking of day s gone by the-excuse me-rather sentimental young shall hear her smile ; then I shall ask her
Ross of his love for her, she felt like the and tenderly cherished, they die suddenly, and days to come. fellow that you are now, but as a man of to come into the garden, and there will I
gentleman of American poetic renownit slain by a word or look, and we give no "If ever* a fellow was cured of love, that the world. If you love her, it will be hard tell her of my love, which has only strength-
caused her great surprise." sign that they are dead. We bury them, fellow is,: said Mr. Ross to his daughter as work, I know, not to show it. Still she'll ened with time, and how, for the very sake
Robert Burton's father had died when his and friends and relatives, who knew not of they parted for the night. be worth the battle. So, my boy, if it does of that love I have fought to keep it from
son was quite young. He made his old their birth, know not. of their death. Yes," answered she, and she laughed. come to that, you must try and fight well. her sight. At last 1 shall say, 'Edith, an-
friend, Mr. Ross, his boy's guardian, so Bob Sitting there, Bob realized one thing, Bob gladly accepted Mr. Ross' invitationto From what you have told me the girl even swer me-yes, or no; will you be my wife?'
lived in the same house with Edith, and which was, that he would leave England as make "The Poplars" his headquarterswhile now loves you a good deal." I think she will answer yes. Then my beau
they became the best of friends. One never- soon as might be. The first bitter January he remained in England. I have said Bob accepted his friend's well-meant tiful, my supreme love, I shall have her in
to-be-forgotten day he! realized that he was days wore themselves away. He was sittingin that his own place stood only a few miles counsel, and as, at the end of six years, he my arms, and will not our lips meet?"
in love with her. He openly declared this his library the evening previous to his distant, and there he passed a good deal of found his love malady rather aggravatedthan There was a step coming down the pas-
love when he was one-ana-twenty.. The departure smoking,and as may be imagined every day, superintending some improve- cured, he returned to England to carry sage, but it was most certainly not Edith's.
Rosses lived in a very pleasant country thinking gloomily of the future, when the ments. out his plan of battle. Unless he be mon- Bob knew Mr. Ross' heavy tread-to-night
bouse, and near to i( stood the estate of door opened and shut gently, and there wasa "Do you think you will ever come to set- strously vain, a man never detects when a heavier than usual. He sprang up with a
sweet scent, and a rustling of silk in the tle at 'The Firs'?" asked Edith, one day,
which he took legal possession the day that woman is in love with him as swiftly and laugh and a cry:
he attained his majority. The Rosses and room. He knew well who had, entered. as she was driving him. back in her pretty surely as a woman divines his feelings in Here I am, you see, back again like a
some friends from London came to make She'went to a harmonium and began sing- little pony phaeton. regard to herself; so it was a long time be- bad shilling. But what's the matter with
merry with him upon the auspicious occa- ing softly. After a while she desisted, Impossible to say," he answered ; you fore Bob even suspected that there might be you ? What's wrong?'"-for the man who
sion. Edith, who was pretty enough to came to where he was then sitting, and know I am a rover on the face of the hope for him-a little fruit of hope, for stood before him, who had seemed three
justify any amount of admiration, never knelt in front of the fire, and laid her earth." which, if it were to ripen, he would not days ago a hale though elderly man, now
dreamed that he. of all men, could be in hands, oh, so tenderly, on his. To Edith the month of June passed reach his hand till it were ripe for falling. seemed bowed down by a weight of years
love with her. They were alone togetherin "You are not angry with me"for coming in swiftly and pleasantly. She found Robert Remember," Hamilton had said, "precipi- by more than a weight of years. Thereisn't
his pleasant library when he began : without an invitation,are you ? she said. He Burton entertaining, very. That, of course, tation may ruin everything.'' anything the matter with Edith, is
I fancy you must know of what I am bent down and kissed her hands in answer." was the sole reason why she liked to be so As for Edith, after the riding episode she there?"
going to speak." "Are you really going away to-morrow? much in his society. could no longer disguise from herself the The man who looked so old raised his
No, I have not the faintest idea. Yon don't wish me to stay ?" a sudden Very often, in the still summer twilights, fact that she was in love with Robert Bur- head and said, almost in a whisper :
He came over to where she was sitting: light filling his eyes. he would ask her to sing to him. What ton-with the man who had once been so "There is no Edith now."
leaned his arm upon the mantelpiece, but "No, dear, not if you think it better for thoughts, I wonder, passed through his madly in love with her, to whom he What do you mean ?" said the other,
never looked in her direction. The night yon to go." Than after a long silence she heart as her soft, pleading voice rose and seemed now so utterly indifferent. The fact with that awful quietude which comes to
before he had composed a formal speech, said, blushing very prettily. "I came be- fell? Without notice of time the weeks was bitter and humiliating. In the solitude some people at such moments.Mr. .
but the words so carefully selected and ar cause I wanted to tell you that I should seemed to slide away. and darkness it made her cheek burn with Ross rang the bell. It was answeredby
ranged-marched out so often, as it were, on never forget you, and I thought perhaps you One bright windy August afternoon Bur- blushes. Well, she would try all she couldto the housekeeper. Ross pointed to Bur
might like to take with you something be- ton proposed a ride to Edith, who gladly
parade-fled now like a panic-stricken army keep him in ignorace of the condition ton and whispered :
in dire confusion. He could only say very longing to me-something of which I am accepted. Heavy rains had fallen, so that it of her heart. Had she a little possi- "Tell him. Then he went from the
quietly, his voice quivering a little : very fond." She drew from the finger of was good once again to be in the open air ble hope that he might care about her some room.
"I think you must know how I love her right hand an amethyst ring, which she and sunlight. Edith was in splendid spirits, day again? The housekeeper's story was brief. On
you" had worn long, and which Bob had often and looked bewitchingly pretty when the Burton could not fail to see that when he the very day he left." she said, Miss Ross
Yes, dear Bob, I hope you do ; and we admired; He took it and kissed"it. fresh wind and the swift riding brought talked lightly of settling permanently appeared to be taken ill. All the next day
were children together, were we not?" "You are very good to me, was all he their warm glow to her face. Presently abroad, as if there were nothing really in she was dreadfully restless, and kept walk
Edith, you don't understand me." He could say. they came to a brook which did not look so England which interested him, a look of ing about as if she could find no rest any-
spoke slowly, his voice was low, but his "No, no," she cried, with her old impetuous very wide. pain would sometimes flash across her face. where. In the afternoon she would go for a
utterance distinct. I don't love you as a manner. "I can never do enough for "There's a nice leap'said Edith, reining Perhaps she could not conceal her love ride. The horse was a new purchase and
sister or as a dear friend. I love you as a you. It makes me wretched to see youso in her horse. quite as well as she thought she could, anda somewhat restive. The groom wished her
man loves the woman he must make his unhappy, and I do think you love me "No, it wouldn't do," said Burton."Don't conviction grew in Burton that his fruit to take another, but she would have her
wife or die. very much." you see it is swollen by the late of hope was ripening to full fruition. Wasit way. All went well till they were return-
She started. The hand-screen with which Oh, the instinct in women which leads rains, and the banks are steep and heavy?" inexcusably cruel of him to take pleasurein ing, when, passing under a railway bridge.
she had been toying dropped upon her them so unfailingly to know what will most Something of a wicked light came intoEdith's seeing that look of pain which sometimeshe the horse took fright, broke from the controlof
knees, and her eyes drooped ; but very wound and heal eyes, and a smile played around the could call into her face-that look whichhe his rider and burst away at a furious F
slowly and ever increasingly a deep blush Yes, that is the best thing you can say corners of her mouth. took for love's harbinger? I think not. pace, and dashing against a closed gate, fell.
suffused her cheek neck and face. Then, ina to me," he said, looking lovingly upon. her "Need you take the leap because I do?" One morning early in September Bur- When the groom reached the spot he found
few manly words, he told her how long face.Presently she said. ton received a letter from Hamilton, asking his young mistress quite insensible. A car-
and how well he had loved her, and how he i she rose, and I think we must "I think that's a trifle unworthy of you,' him to pass a few days with him in London. riage was at once sent for in which she was
had kept his secret to himself until he.. all respect that feeling in him which forbade he answered quietly ; "but, seriously, I can- He resolved at once to accept the invita- conveyed home. The doctor came instantly,
could bear it no longer. him to ask for more, after she had, of not think of letting you do what you wantto tion, for he wanted to have a good talk with but said from the first that nothing could be
Now," he said, you must answer me." her own free will, given so much. He do." his friend about the one thing of sovereign done. The next morning early she died of
Then there was a complete silence for a simply took her hands and said : "Will you tell me," she said, "by what importance to him, his love for Edith. the injuries she had received. She did not
minute or so, and when Edith raised her "Gpod-by. I shall not see you" in the right you" venture to speak to me with authority '. Shall you go soon ?" she asked. They seem to suffer at the last." said the worthy
face the color had faded and she was calm morning. It is best to part now.: ? were sitting togetheron the lawn. housekeeper.
and self possessed. "Good-by," she returned, lingered a lit- "By the simple right which every man "I shall just be in time for the 12:10 "Where is Mr. Ross?" asked Burton. His
I am very young," she began. "I know tle, then went to the door; but there she acquires when he is alone with a woman- train" he replied, consulting his watch. voice sounded hollow and far away.
turned and stood for a moment irresolute that of being for the time her In sir he's there."
nothing of this love of which you speak, ; protector. And shall you stay long? With her, ; always
but I have heard of it. It must be wonderful then with that supreme and infinite com- this case, I have to protect you from your- I really don't know what I shall do. "Show me the room, if you please.
and mysterious, but it has not entered passion which is only found in women, she self. I think we had bjest turn back now." After leaving Hamilton I may go straight to You 're surprised that I am going to intrude
into my heart." t came back to him and laid her lips to his. He ceased, and his hand fell on herhorse's my chambers, pack a portmanteau, and but-I am. Show me the way !"
'. But we love,Edith, sometimes unknownto He flung his arms around her neck,drew her bridle. start for the Continent without seeing you Something in his look led her to under-
ourselves." head down on his shoulder, and caressed "I do not recognize your authority. again." stand the truth. She hesitated no longer.
her dark, waving hair. So they stood for a Withdraw hand if please." l"Of the door of Edith's
"I don't think that can be!, she answered your you course he had no intention of doing Burton opened room
musingly. If love is as people representit minute ; then he put her from him, with When you have turned homeward I anything of the kind, but he wanted to see and closed it. The father was kneeling,
there can be no mistaking it. It is very something like a sob, and she left the room will." if it hurt her, and he thought it did. speechless and tearless by the bed, his face
kind of you to be so fond of me ; we must quickly without once looking back. I am Edith looked at bay and her face had "Edith" he said, "should you be very bowed in his hands. The young man went
glad she did. for I think his look of almost pale through ) him and laid hand hid shoul
always be the best of friends. grown anger. sorry if you didn't see anything of me for softly to a on
"No-it can't end like this," he answered insupportable agony would have haunted "My dear Mr. Burton" she said ironically years?" der.
impetuously, turning, and for the first time her too long and too painfully. I assure you it is not dangerous, but "Yes. I should be very sorry ; of courseI May I come here, too?" he said speak-
fixing on her face his eyes, blazing with you have lived so long abroad as quite to should." ing with difficulty. "I loved her. Through
passion, as if their look could communicate CHAPTER II. have forgotten what Englishmen do and do He would rather she had left the "of the six years I have been away I only loved
love to the heart toward him so love- Robert Burton left England in the com- not consider worth talking about." course out. After a pause she said : her more and more. To-night I was goingto
less. Edith, you must try to love me!" pany of a literary man, who gave him excellent I am obliged to you for your sneer, Miss "I shall have no one to sing mv songs to ask my fate, but it has been given me to
Oh, Bob," she answered little! wearily, advice, which was in time to bear Ross," he said coldly, but your taunts can- to-night." know without my asking. My God!" he
we cannot make this love grow in our- fruit. For six years Burton and his friend not provoke me into letting you risk your "No. .You must give your voice a rest. groaned.Mr. .
selves." wandered about Europe. The discomforted life. Really, my mind is made up, and we Then when it was time for him to go he Ross raised his face and, said, I don't
We should be able to do a great deal lover went in for art, and, to his are"only wasting time." could not help keeping her hand for a mo- think she would have answered yon no."
when the happiness and salvation of others great surprise, painted and sold a picture Will" yon take your hand from my ment ; but fearful lest he should have gone And then the two men clasped hands, and
depend upon us." which attracted considerable attention. He bridle" ? too far, he said quite abruptly : the elder one left the room, and where he
Yes, dear, a great deal, but not that. was actually almost famous.He I will not"Then "Good-by, my dear, very likely you won'tsee had knelt, knelt down the dead girl's
Besides she added, with a sweet, grave did not write often to the Rosses, and Miss Ross' temper overcame her me again for years." lover. There was on the white face a look
smile "do people never get over their first his letters to Edith came to be just the letters quite, and raising her riding-whip she "Good-by," was all she said, in a tone of of great sweetness. Something almost likea
love?" of one friend to another. Of course brought it down with all the force she could voice lower than usual with her. smile seemed to stay about the corners of
Edith, this is not the time for jesting !1" she was glad to see that he was recovering muster upon the detaining hand. Seeing "You must think of me sometimes" be the mouth, so eternally closed. How cold
"Lam not jesting-it is unkind of you to from a love which could bring nothing but that it produced no effect, she struck her said, and then he was off. and moveless the heart was which it wouldbe
say I am." pain to him, still she grew a little sadly own horse, the result being that both horses Through the month of September, the no more in his power to hurt or gladden.
Ver"cetly troubled she looked as she cynical to find how speedily absence could reared simultaneously. They were right sun was hot as an August sun, nor was With his hungry lips he caressed her face
sat there, gazing at him with her large dark make whole a heart which she had imagined under a tree whose lower branches were there any wind to moderate the fierce heat. and her cold soft hair. It was so impossible -
eyes. How changed from the light-hearted broken. quite near the ground. Burton wrenched Along the hot gravel, under the bleaching, to realize that all his dreams for the
a Edith of an hour ago. She herself did not A broken heart, my dear," observed Mr. the bridle from the hand of his companion, vertical eye-glare of the absolute heavens future were shattered.
# love, but she was in Love's presence,solemnas Ross philosophically, "can always be cemented and, rising in his stirrups, cast it with good went Edith to the house. All the windows Edith, my love, my wife that should
Death's. Base and almost worthless again in the most satisfactory way." aim over a branch. :Then he dismountedand stood open, and through them there came in have been, do you know how love you ?"
must be the nature that is not greatly im- And Edith said she was very glad to hear it. helped Edith to dismount. the strong and, it seemed to her just then, he whispered in her unhearing ears. "Edith.my .
pressed by the first declaration of genuinelove One superb June evening Edith was sit- What are you going to do?" she asked, the sickening smell of roses. She was angel, perhaps some day in another
and that Bob's love was genuine there ting on the lawn under the shade of a great seeing that he was carefully examining his thankful to gain the shelter of her own world-oh, Edith, if I had only told you
could be no doubt, though he did not tear cedar tree. The sun was setting and it horse's girth. room. When a woman is in great trouble before I went!" This thought almost
his hair, and his whole manner was eminently i- seemed to enfold her in a mystery of won- What Englishmen do and do not consider her first instinct is to cast herself on her turned his brain.
untheatrical."I derful gold light. She had a book in her worth talking about. bed and to bury her face in her pillows. Then he began to accept the fact of her
cannot force your love, my darling! hand, but she was not reading. Her face Edith looked at the brook, and saw This was precisely what Edith did, when death, and all it meant to him. If he fought
my darling! Let me call you so this once," wore a look at once sweet and serious. She rightly how swollen it was and how steep she had lowered the blind to keep out the well in his art, there would be no Edith un-
i kneeling down beside her and taking her was evidently thinking very deeply. So and heavy the banks were. sun's pitiless glare. "Think of me some- der whose feet he might place his laurels.
hands in his ; but you don't quite know lost was she in her own reflections that she "I don t see that you need go," she said times," he had said. Ah she must thinkof Were he to obtain no success. only failure
how much I love you. I feel as if it, were failed to see a tall figure pass through the rather sullenly. him forever. If she should never see instead, there would be no Edith to com-
my fate always to love you, and if you can- open French window and come to where But I see every reason." him again never again hear the low musical -. fort him and more than atone to him.
not care for me, I must go from here, and she was sitting. "I see it's more? dangerous than I voice, the thought of which brought the Never again would she sing to him in the
how can I live without you?" Edith," said a low musical voice close to thought. blood into her face and made her heart beat twilight, nor in any light. God never
"I think," she said, pressing his hands her. Then, indeed she started, and saw "It is, is it?" faster! again to hear the sound of that voice! In
very kindly, that we women see things I that it was Robert Burton" who stood beside "I think it very unkind of you to go." Oh, my love," she moaned, "if only you his great agony he almost shrieked aloud.If .
more clearly than men. Suppose I did her. Do you? Now, old lady, to it!" could have loved me, how I would have he had been punished for any sin, it
what you want me to do, and gave you Robert I you 1 1" she exclaimed. This was to his mare. The horse rushed worked for you and with you! How I would was assuredly for concealing the sin that
affection instead of love-the love that Yes-very me." with her rider to the bank, took the leap, have made myself very part of you Oh, was his life. The prize of the battle had
comes to all would not, I think, pass by me Where have you come from last?" and both vanished from sight. Edith knew love! I have loved you. Oh, my love! I been great, and the battle had been a hard
-:and then how wretched for us both 1" "From London. I have been there for the return leap must be worse, and her have lost you!1"' one, but it had been well fought. Love
He pressed her hand lovingly to his lips, the last fortnight." heart sickenedas she stood there leaning She longed for a sister or mother, but would have triumphed had not the black
and she did not draw back. Yes, for pre- "Then you have not been in a great against a tree through whose boughs the there was no one there to try and comfort and invincible warrior, over whom no man
cisely one minute and three-quarters by the hurry to see us. I think you might, at wind came hurrying. She was absolutely her, for such a trouble a girl can never take may triumph, entered the field.
unerring clock he held them, and then least, have told us of your plans." shivering with fear. Would he never come to father or brother. Who shall listen to :Presently Burton could bear his anguishno
drew her to his arms, her thick soft hair "I thought I would take you by surprise," back ? Was he keeping away so long to her song when the day's twilight shall have longer.
touching his cheek. They looked in each he replied, asking if he might light the punish her? Then from the other side she come? She moaned anew in passionate "I must go mad !" he cried and he





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:MARION "" Of all size and pric23 from $3 *) $30. Also, Plowing Machines.

Farmers will receive valuable!
4 Information, catalogues, &c.,
{f N by writing to>> tho makers,
:i AND fr COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.



I' -
South side Centre St., near the Depot. I

\ $1.25 to $10 per Acre. Gpl GfoQKEND1 U Iso t. FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND : I

.- =- MADE TO ORDER. I .
= y Awnl Catalogue and Price Lit of
:' several thousand varieties, FREE.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY All work warranted. siat r'sSEEDS HIRAM SIBLEY& CO. Rochester. N.Y. Chicago, III.
All these lands are in the central discovered, as it is certain in its
effects and does not blister. READ PROOF

peninsular portion of the State, and BELOW. IDO'W'SJAMAICA STOVES, TIN-WARE, ETC.

within fifteen miles of --- -- -.----- '- -
Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS W. P. STREETY,

successful, operation, traversing a ter- NOT AN
January 30,1882. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office
ritory which is Dr. B. J. Kendall &: Co.: but contains all the medicinal properties
being more rapidly of the finest Jamaica FERNANDINA FLA.
GENTs-Having used a good deal of Ginger Root. It
settled and developed than any other Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success.your I is very pleasant to take, and THE FLORIDA

thought I would }let you know what it has i
part of the State. done for me. Two years ago I had as speedy CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, mOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. !
a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson COLDS e
county. COLIC
The fertility of the soil and accessi- When I was breaking him he kicked over ,

the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, Fernandina,
bility to the largest and best markets hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels ,
make farriers but they all said he was spoiled. Towns on R. R. Line d

lands particularly desira- He had a very large thorough-pin, and I and MALARIA, by wanning and stimulat

ble for the cultivation of fruits used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy And.Cedar Key. ,
Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off, and action. Sold by

early vegetables for shipment. For he sold afterwards for$1800(dollars). I have PALMER BRO'S, 1NI.

I ___ ... it used has it" for bone ennirino..n_ _nn/1 n_ winlLO'"l1o..... .t>...."" *uuu***/! Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. II

liu'ge aim iimucuutu pruuus there is leg smooth.always cured completely'and left the Jj&r Also, Agents for nHIV'S. ., .-T-A-MATT---- !-A Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
no in It is a splendid medicine
industry for
equal to the I have recommended it to rheumatism. without pepper. 22 number of the most eligible and desirable
a good ,and
raising of early vegetables for Northern they all say it does the work. I was in Witht
erington &Kneeland's Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
< drug store,in Adams, SEA ISLAND ROUTE.THE
markets. the other day, and saw a very fine picture STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could City or Suburban Residences.
For new and descriptive circular, not; they said if I would write to you that STEAMER AND SHEET-IRON WARE

address you would send me one. I wish you would, UPON EASY TERMS. ROOFING AND GUTTERING .
and I will do you all the good I can. ,

CHAS. W. LEWIS, Very respectfully E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
Land Commissioner, call, and compare my prices with those of
Spavin Cure. other houses, here elsewhere. .
Fernandina, Fla., parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- or
Ocala, Florida.: 38 ON IIUMAX FLE8II. rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor

., ,r-. V EVAY, IND., August 12, 1881. CITY OF BRIDGETON for improvements in old
t'v. Dr. B. J. Kendall&: Cb.: erty purchased substantial improvementsfor ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
GENTS WILL leave Fernandina for Savannah all patent business
,"< -Sample of circulars received to promptly attended r
.' .\.,....,.-, ".. day. Please send me some with my imprint and Brunswick Monday, Wednesday residence, or in which to conduct their to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
',' .t,>t '0 i printed on one side only. The Kendall's, sonville.Friday, on arrival of train from Jack- REJECTED may still,in most cases, be pat-
.,. :c' Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with business. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
., and not only for animals, but for human us, nandina Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- I ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
; and
ailments also. Mr. Jos., Voris, one of the Brunswick on Tuesday,Thursday INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure patents
:-..": leading farmers in our county, sprained and Saturday evening at 6 p. m. in less time than those who are remote

'. ankle badly, and knowing the value of the an by exemption a term of years from from Washington.When .
,,, .' remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it Deck Pass. without Meals, $3.00 I Inventors send model or sketch,
did far better than he had expected; cured Cabin taxation, offered by the several cities and we make search in the Patent Office, and
:..:' the sprain in very short: order. 4.00 advise as to its patentability free of charge

?: .; Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND. Excursion. 7.00 : towns. Apply to Correspondence confidential; fees reason-

.'''',. .'c ..' Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for CHAS. W. LEWIS, i able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT-
$5. All
Through tickets sold to New York ENT IS OBTAINED.
Phila- '
1 druggists have it
B or can get it for you, or it elphia, Boston and Baltimore. Fernandina'j' We refer
will ue sent to address Office, cor.Beh & 7th sts. by permission to the City Post-
',' / price by the any on receipt of For tickets and staterooms, apply at the I master, and to the Superintendent the

:,......, s & CO.,Proprietors Enosburgh, Falls DR. B., Vt.J. kENDALL Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. Post-Office Money Order-Division in Wash- j i
'',..' Send for Illustrated Circular. A. MERCIER, : ington. For special references,circular,ser- ,
'r' '. { :, ..: :: vice, terms, etc., address
Sold by all General Passenger Agent. i \ : : _; },':' <_. \: ..:_ ., .
Druggists. .
J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. C. A. SNOW & CO., ..
Opp.Patent Office Washington,D.C. 2t. ,



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THE FLOMDA Minium.SATURDAY There was probably no permanent Span- DECISION AS TO TAXING THE 1 1t t I any other man ; if the sentiment of the LOUISVILLE.OUR .

ish settlement at' Fernandina ,until Ogle- FLORIDA RAILROADS.The party should decide that a representative of
I another section of the State would make SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT
NOVEMBER 24, 1883. thorpe retired about 1740. A small fort and Supreme, Court of the.Ulllted. States success more certain for the. Democracy LOCISVILLETHEN -
garrison were placed at old Fernandina up has decided that the Louisville & Nashville am willing to put my shoulder to the wheel REACHES
to secure the nomination and election of THE MAMMOTH CAVE OF KENTUCKY.
DEMOCRATIC UNITY DEMANDED.We to the time of the cession of the province to Railroad Company. cannot claim the exemption such a man. I intend to make no effort at Special Correspondence Florida J/irror.

are pleased to observe the general ex- the English, in 1763. The English had a I originally granted to the Pensacola & a renomination. I am first for the successof Once more in Louisville and once more in

pression of the State press of the necessityof careful survey of the bar and harbor and Georgia Railroad. It is assumed that this thereto.the "party and for whatsoever tends the midst of its pretty Exposition, we find

a cordial and united action of the Demo- laid out a town. The Countess of' Egmont decision virtually settles all the railroadcases These are sentiments broad enough and ourselves on our homeward-bound trip. To-

cratic party in the State-a desire to have established an indigo plantation about 1770. in favor of the right of the State to patriotic enough to silence any personal morrow we shall pull on our "sevenleagueboots
criticism that be leveled at Gov.
laid aside all sectional prejudices, and the The principal buildings were on the bluff enforce taxation. This may be so, but the Bloxham as a may probable candidate for re ," and, fairly beating the speed of the

and works about circumstances of of the other election. It him out of active delightful fairy tale
selection of the best men as candidates for but the Indigo vats were some :corpora- puts clearly
competition for the prize and places him in With the swallows homeward :'
tions involved different from the fly.
office. There will undoubtedly be a strong where the Egmont Hotel now stands. are quite
an attitude worthy of the respect of all good So to-day let us rest and look around
effort on the part of the Republican leadersto After the retrocession of the province to status of the Louisville & Nashville Rail- Democrats and of the State at large. The us a
little. We conscious
are quite that our time
foment discussions and to encourage the Spaniards, Fernandina continued to be road. source from which we obtained this infor-
mation is decidedly reliable, and we think has been much too brief fully to appreciatethe
Independentism. The Democrat who can 'occupied as a military post with an inconsiderable i In 1872 the Legislature passed an act as the above states Governor Bloxham's posi- many beauties and attractions of Louis-

be induced to follow the course suggestedby settlement at the place where old follows: tion fairly and squarely. He is not a candi- ville, natural and artificial ; and right here
date for re-election and will make effortto
these counsellors must indeed be dull of Fernandina now stands. The breaking out "SEC. 26. The corporate company owningthe secure the nomination., He is out no of the "par parentheses." let me remark,as a some-

l comprehension, or indifferent to the great of hostilities between the United States and property formerly known as the Florida scramble of office and ready to work for the thing coming "betwixt and between" these

principles which characterize the Demo- Great Britain brought the harbor of Fer. Railroad, and which has been heretofore choice of the party. two classifications-as our friends from the
On reading the above article in the Jack-
cratic party. nandina into considerable commercial im- known as the Florida Railroad Company, sonville Herald, we felt a natural desire to Emerald Isle might say-how singularly

We cannot afford to entrust the destiniesof portance.In shall hereafter be known as the Atlantic ascertain Gov. Bloxham's opinion of it, and grateful to the modern Dr. Syntax in searchof
interviewed him upon the subject. We are the picturesque etc. would be visit
a to
Gulf &
West Com-
our State to such an administration as March, 1812, the Patriots so called, Transportation satisfied that of the
a majority people earnestly the of Louisville
neighborhood to-day! Its
would come in power by Republican successat under cover of the United States gunboats, pany ; and the rigid, franchises and privileges desire that he should be his own successor -
arid continue the brilliant and natural surroundings are delightful, and
the next election. captured Fernandina, and then turned it as well as 1.t3e duties, responsibilitiesand suc-
ti. cessful administration which has already they must be few who will not rememberwith
There should ,be in Florida no sectional over to the United' States troops. Don Lu- liabilities of the said corporation shallin accomplished so much for the welfare of pleasure the approach to the hospitable

divisions in party lines. We hear West the commandant of the Spanish all respects remain and continue the Florida but the Governor said to us : "In
pez was ...,..--. the hours of my deep family affliction it is city through either of the fair States of Ken-
Florida and East Florida, and Middle Flo- garrison at the time of the capitulation. It same as though no change had been madein extremely unpleasant to be brought before tucky, Tennesse, Indiana, or Illinois. When

rida and South Florida, spoken of, but was held by the United States forces until said name. the public in connection with political reached the well-stored magazines of artisticor

when one can go from Jacksonville to Pen- May, 1813, when, under orders of the government "SEC. 27. This law shall take effect so soon nominations. However. I will state that domestic objects will also probably sur-
whatever I may have said to friends (I have
sacola in less than twenty-four hours, and of the United States, it was evacu- as the stockholders of said corporation shall never written anything on the subject). I prise as well as please the visitor. But it is

will soon be able to go from Fernandina to ated and restored to Spain. pass a resolution adopting such change in will say now, that I am not a candidate for to those other objects which cannot be prop-

Tampa in twelve hours, these ancient geo- During the embargo it was the resort of a their name, and shall transmit to the Governor consideration re-nomination.go I through would not the turmoil under of any a erly classified as belonging absolutely to
either nature art but which
or rather
graphical designations disappear and we large number of vessels with goods, of this State an authenticated copy of political campaign as a candidate. My
will not before the the delightful outcome or union of both,
name nominating
should be among ourselves what we are which were carried into Georgia. As manyas the resolution, to be filed in the office of the go
convention of 1884, as I could not for per- that we now more particularly refer.Is .
proud to appear before the world, simply three hundred sail of square-rigged ves- Secretary of State." sonal and private reasons indicated, accepta it not George Sand in one of her charm-

Florida. Our interests are the same from sels, it is said, were in the harbor at one The Internal Improvement Act of Janu- hope nomination this unequivocal, even if statement I could secure will cause it. I ing works, who, boldly accepting the challenge -

the Perdido to the St. John's, and from the time. After the change of flags in 1821 it ary 6, 1855, Sec. 21, Chap. 124, McClellan's the matter to receive no further attention.- of the weaker(I think falsely so-called)

St. Mary's to the Caloosahatchee. There is diminished in importance, being on an Digest, provides : Tallahasse Floridian. sex against the stronger, lays down the ax-

"That the stock of railroad --- ---------,- iom (Test le devonir de de
really no North Florida and no South Flo- island, cut off from the agricultural portionof capital any : femmes ce faire

rida. Florida is all South. the country, and inaccessible except by company accepting the provisions of this ONE HUNDRED YEARS OLD. jolieT If this be so-and to the lavish attractions -

We hope also to see our worthy contem- water.In Act, shall be forever exempt from taxation ; nature seems to have bestowed on
THE CENTENNIAL BIRTHDAY OF THE WIDOW OF them already, are to be added those of femi-
poraries drop the slang of the day about 1854: the project of a railroad across.the and the roads, their fixtures and appurte-
NATHANIEL GREENE. nine art-Heaven help the unfortunate bach-
rings. We hear of this ring and that ring- peninsula, having under the wise forecaste nances, including'Workshops, warehouses, Two weeks ago last Thursday, Mrs. AnnaM. elor who ventures heart-whole among these

the Jacksonville ring and the Tallahassee of Senator Yulee assumed shape, the St. vehicles and property of every description Greene, widow of the late Nathaniel Western belles Let me tell your readers

ring. There are far as know be- entrance was regarded as the only needed for the purpose of transportation of Greene, celebrated her 100th birthday at
so we or Mary's Newport, R.I. Her husband's father, Gene- what I saw in the opposite corner of the car
lieve, no political rings in the Democratic suitable Atlantic port for the termination of freight and passengers, or for the repair and ral Nathaniel Greene was the friend of Gen- the morning we left Louisville.

party in this State, no machines and no the railroad. Rose's Bluff, a point oppositeSt. maintenance of the roads shall be exempt eral Washington. Her son, Professor G. W. A girl "past sweet sixteen, yet not quite
Greene, Longfellow's life-long friend, died
bosses. We are quite sure that the worthy Mary's was first selected, but the supe- from taxation while the roads are under con- last April, while at work upon a life of the twenty-one" with a figure healthy and per.

gentlemen in our centres of population like rior advantages of Fernandina induced the struction, and for the period of thirty flue years poet, in fulfilment of an agreement that the fectly rounded; hands not of the smallest,
one who died last should write the life of but head and face
the from their completion, etc. beautifully shaped ; a
railroad to
Jacksonville, Pensacola, Gainesville, Ocala projectors of the purchase the other. Her other son, Dr. Greene resides -
etc., earnestly desire the success of the Fernandez plantation, lying to the south of The Florida Railroad Company was chartered with her. Mrs.Greene is in possessionof well made to be worshipped: the eyes Were
all her faculties and has resided of a dark blue shade; cheeks of an ivory
site and terminusof January 8, 1853 and by an amendment at
Democratic party in the interest of good old Fernandina, as a town ;
Greenesdale, )Middletown ever since she has white, yet healthily tinted with the quickly-
and the welfare and the railroad. of December, 1855 came under the
government prosperityof returned from the South, where her early coming ichor (Homer calls it); here and
laid out fronting provisions of the Act of January 6 1855 married life was.spent. Her eyesight was
the State. They give largely of their The city was handsomely there blue veins piercing the wonderful
remarkably good up to about four years ago,
time to the furtherance of this object. on the waters of the Cumberland sound called the Internal Improvement Act.
but at the present time by the use of glasses work ; a mouth (formed with cherry lips

They know that organization is necessary to and Amelia river:, with broad streets runningat It is claimed, we suppose, that the clauses she can read and knit very rapidly. Her gently parted, showing perfect teeth) mobile

meet the thorough and compact organization right angles in blocks 400 feet north and above quoted create an exemption from taxation mind and memory are as clear as ever, and beyond any I ever remember having noticed;
she takes a great interest in the events of
of the opponents of the Democratic south by 200 feet east 'and west. The cen- of the Florida road, now the Florida the day. The family is one of the best the whole composed and beautiful as a Gre-

party, and they deserve credit for their zeal tral street was named Centre street ; the Transit & Pen nsular Railroad. known in the State, identified as it is with cian statue when in repose, but riant" and
olden times. animated when inter-
beyond discription
and energy. streets parallel to it are designated by names Mrs. Greene has in her possession a hand-
The gentlemen who form the Executive corresponding progressively to the letters of SUPREME COURT FINDINGS. some piece of jewelry of the initials of Gen- ested. All this was Nature; but now comes
eral and Mrs. George Washington, which Art to aid. The dress
at Tallahassee differ- the The streets parallel with the
Department alphabet.
represent UNDER THE FLORIDA IMPROVEMENTACT. her father-in-law
A DECISION was presented to by the "This dainty darling wore"was
ent parts of the State, and certainly'no one harbor arc: numbered: 1-1 uauti f tom f.1 iuc, : ""HCI.,nf. "Father of his country." Interwoven in a charming mixture of a ridinghabitand

would class Dr. Crawford and Gen. Barnes The town grew quite rapidly up to the WASHINGTON, Nov. 19.-Among the deci- the initials is a lock of hair from the headsof walking one, made of some dark blue
the donor and his wife. Her
sions handed down to-day by the Supreme early mar-
and Judge White and Mr. Foster Mr. period of the breaking out of the civil war !, Court was one in case No. 765, the Louisville ried life was passed on the island of Dungeness material the lappels being of another shade,

Rainey and Mr. L'Engle as a ring. Talla- during which it was held as a United States i & Nashville Railroad Company, plaintiff in near Savannah, Ga., which was turned over, in velvet; while this whole.
i error, vs. Manuel Palmer, collector, etc., in owned by the family. Dungeness Manorwas sweet culminated ina
hassee has few resident and military the leading citizens having "heart-rending" armor
politicians post,
very error; to the Supreme Court of the State of a four-story building on the estate. I.
certainly members of the Democratic partyare removed. The railroad connections were Florida. The question presented by this where were interred the remains of GeneralLee bonnet I had almost written,but Heaven

to be accounted neither better nor broken up, and its energetic founder was case is whether a line of railroad which was and General Knox, of Revolutionaryfame. forbid that bonnet should ever profane sucha
commenced, partly completed and operatedby She loves to talk of Dungeness and brow or confine such a wealth of golden
worse because they reside in Middle Florida, imprisoned in Fort Pulaski. These cicum- the Alabama & Florida Railroad Company of its dining-hall, which was 100 feet in hair. No-the head-dress of this nineteenth

South Florida! or elsewhere. While we all stances, together with a wholesale confisca- and which through successive transfershas length. She is a lady of strong prejudices
finally come into the hands of the Louisville and feelings and has always been a memberof century goddess, combining the dignity of a
have an especial interest in our vicinity we tion of property under the guise of direct & Nashville Railroad Company is or is the Presbyterian Church. Possessed of Minerva with the winsomeness of a Venus:,

can unite in advancing the best interests of tax sales, prevented the rapid resuscitationof not. exempt from taxation by virtue of an ample means she has been instrumental was befitting the Diana of Endymion. As

the State by selecting, when the time comes, the town, and brought other places into act 1855 passed and known by the as Legislature the Internal of Florida Improvement in- but during has shunned her long notoriety.life of doing She much resides good ina it will take many a long day ((1 had almost

men who, on account of their high character greater prominence. Its commanding and Act. This Court holds that the exemp- quaint old house which is surrounded by written "and sleepless nights," had not vis-

intelligence, faithfulness and honesty advantageous position as the terminus of tion from taxation created by the 18th sectionof trees and gardens, about four miles from ions of Mrs. Caudle arrested my pen) to
the Internal Improvement Act of 1855 is in this city in the farming town of Middle-
commend their to the whole of Florida and its efface the memory of this surpassing fair
will candidacy the railway system superior every respect similar to that which was declared town. From present indications she will be
people of the State. harbor, will unquestionably give to the by this court in the case of Morgan vs. apt to remain in the society of her familyfor Kentuckian, I may tell your lady readers

whichits Louisiana, 93 United States, 217 to be non- some time to come. that the coiffure (that will fit the descrip-
and to
city the growth importance Such therefore did She is in excellent health and to-day is
assignable. exemption, tion)was completed by a jockey cap of ultra-
THE HISTORY OF FERNANDINA. natural advantages entitle it. not pass from the Alabama and Florida receiving: the congratuations of relatives
marine blue velvet with cord-well, positively i-
---- -- Railroad Company to the Pensacola and and friends. A pretty poem was sent to
Amelia Island on the northern end of IMPROVED' FACILITIES FORTRANSPORTATION' Louisville Railroad Company when the her and was read by a member of the fam- I can dwell no more on this picture;

which the city of Fernandina is situated, former con veyed to the latter its roads and ily. Many floral tributes were also received but to finish the sentence-a cord that any

was called by the Indians the island of : franchises connected with and necessary in by her. She fully realizes her blessings fellow with half an ounce of chivalry in
The transportation arrangements which its construction and operation. Even, however and to one and all said that she was ready J
Guale, and was the seat of a powerful tribe ,.if such exemption had passed to the for the Master's summons knowing that her him would have carried through all the wars
of aborigines under the dominion of the have been made for the present season are Pensacola and Louisville Railroad Company, days at the longest were not many and that of the Crusaders, to Jerusalem and back I

calculated to give shippers every advantageof that corporation would have had no powerto she would soon be summoned to join those again, for the approving smile of its gentle
of Guale. The French
Cacique Huguenotswho speedy and prompt delivery and careful further convey it, so that the line of the who had preceded her.-New York Evening I

came over in the reign of Charles IX' railroad in its present hands is properly lia- Telegram. ____. __ ____ owner.
From Fernandina the' Mallory ---- ------ -- all this how I to returnto
handling. ble to State taxation and its present owners After poetry, am
of France, in the year 1564, gave the name Obituary.Died -
steamers San Antonio and State of Texas, two cannot claim immunity on the ground that the prose of real life again, fortunatelysoon
of the river May to the river St. John because the act of 1875, taxing the of all at the residence of her father in the
be for the wildest romance
and fast vessels will to exchanged
well-appointed, new city of Tallahassee!! at 6:20 m., Monday,
they entered it on the 1st of the corporations, was an impairment of the ; p.
make weekly trips to New York. On every obligation of the contract of 1855. The decree the 5th inst., MATTIE WILLIAMS BLOXHAM, of nature, as after some four hours'run
month of May, 1562. The river now called of the Supreme Court of Florida is only daughter of Governor and Mrs. W. 1). we alight from the cars, take one long,
day of the week, except Sunday, the large
Nassau, they named the Seine. St. Mary's i affirmed with costs. The opinion is by Jus- Bloxham, in the eighteenth year of her age. last lingering look at the Venus Victrix,"
and commodious steamers of the Inland tice Matthews. Five! other railroad Miss Mattie born December 8 18G.5
river they called the Somme. corpo- was and then take our places on the stage from
line-the Florida and the City of Bridgetonwill rations in Florida claim immunity from tax- and received her early education in Talla- '
Laudonniere i says: "The great chief of the ation upon practically the same ground Cave City to the Mammoth Cave.
island was one of the tallest and best- leave Fernandina every evening for which was assumed in this case. hassee, and afterwards was sent to Potts- Had I the pen of a ready writer how

formed men to be found. That his queen Savannah, arriving there in the morning, ---------- town Penn., to the school of Dr. Butler, gladly would I employ it chronicling the

beautiful and modest and had and furnishing a quick connection with GOVERNOR BLOXHAM'S POSI- where she remained until a serious attackof wonders of this place and yet how unsatis-
was very ,
steamships leaving that port for New York, TION. the measles so affected her eyes that she factory would be the result when honestly

with her five handsome daughters. The Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. The While we do not pretend or desire to was compelled to leave school. Last year, criticised. No pen can write, no tonguecan
Indian name of the St. Mary's river was speak as the mouthpiece of Gov. Bloxham having improved considerably, she went to '
and trains the Tran- truly tell or convey the impressionsmade
daily freight express on we are in a position to give the people of
Salinacani and was made the point of ren- Griffin Ga. to school but her again
eyes masterof
;sit Railroad connect with the Savannah Florida a pretty clear idea of his wishes and by the reality. That mighty
dezvous of De Gourgues when he came in intentions in reference to the next Guber- failing she returned home, and last spring the goose-quill. Bayard Taylor,

1567 to revenge the massacre of the Frenchby trains at Callahan, and make speedy connec- natorial campaign. We have it from an intimate had a severe illness-and it was then discovered after visiting gray most of the great natural won-

tions with all steamship and railroad lines personal friend of Gov. Bloxham'sthat she had heart disease. Since that of
Menendez in 1565. his excellency stands in an entirely ders of the Old and New Worlds, writes
for the North and the West. her death she had all the atten-
time to
the next Governor- up
neutral attitude toward
About the year 1596, the young chief of Mammoth Cave:
, Guale, when a Franciscan mission had been, Impro'ed"entilating cars and refrigeratorcars ship-an attitude that if correctly stated tion that a fond father and devoted mother "I had been twelve hours under ground,
and faithfully adhered to is both patrioticand could but it seemed of no avail : it
being introduced which will add to give: and
t are but I had gained an age in a strange
established at an Indian town called As- admirable. He has expressed himselfto
the in transmission of fruit and was the will of an All-Wise God that she of won-
headed attack the safety per- this confidential friend substantialy as follows hitherto unknown world; an age
;. sopo, a general upon should be taken from those whose sunshineof
: exhaustless store
ishable products. Oranges have been delivered derful experience and an
t' missions, and massacreed five priests and "I am not a candidate for re-election. life she was. Let it be hoped that the memories. .*
in Chicago within six days from the I would be glad to be own .of sublime and lovely
destroyed the missions. Naturally, my Merciful Providence who has bereaved our MammothCave
(. time they were loaded at Wildwood, the successor. in office with whatever endorse- Before taking a final leave of the
Amelia Island was for a long time disputed and of confidence Chief Magistrate will temper his grief so those who
Southern terminus of the Transit ment expression a reelection however, let me assure
, territory between the English and present might signify. But, I am firmly resolved that he and his stricken family can say, have followed me through it, that no description -
\ Railroad.We not to endanger the peace and harmony though hard it is, "Thy will be done." She
governments. Oglethorpe claimed sublimity or
I Spanish hope soon to see the Mallory: line puton of the party by pressing my claims was a devoted and dutiful daughter an affec- can do justice to its
i ,to the river St. John's, where he built a fort a semi-weekly line of steamships, and upon the convention. I shall neither seek tionate sister, universally loved by friends present a fair picture of its manifold won-

on St. George's Island. The Spaniards, on we shall then be in a.favorable position at nor decline a nomination. If the convention and schoolmates, and fairly worshipped by ders. It is the greatest natural curiosity I
'f.. this port to receive and forward with great should. harmoniously nominate me for the her parents ; and in their bereavement they excepted, and
the other hand, claimed to the Savannah speed and safety all the fruit going to New office I would feel bound to accept the have the deep and sincere sympathy of the have ever Niagara satisfied by
river. York and Eastern points. trust. If it be found advisable to nominate people of the entire State.-Floridian. he whose expectations are not



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its marvelous* avciiuw. flumes and starry'I :E.IN-c-

'1 grottoes, must either be a foul or a demi J & T. XYOOINVITE : :

I god.:' Curiosity Variety StoreOffers -
t P We made two trips into it. The Hrst or
i short route, on ,the evening of our arrival FURNITURE! FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSTO :
a large carefully selected W
with a most agreeahle, party, sonic thirty or
forty in number; going at 7 we emerged a
little after midnight, and the following STOCK OF HOSIERY n-J New Fall Goods Now Opening

morning, after an early breakfast, resumed For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. L..I- JUST RECEIVED THIS : ,
our explorations!, which lasted all day till a new loj of
1 after sundown, and covered some seventeenor =- -:CXEBOSJEFS, AND RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.:

eighteen miles. Surveyors have been Chamber Suits, ,
Silk, Linen, and Cotton. ::::i Novelties in Silks ,
employed to open new routes and avenues ---J Parlor Suits, "
and some idea of the wonderful extent Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, f
of these subterranean galleries may be Laces, Towels, Napkins, L- Tables, Lounges, Dress Goods, Velveteens, ".

gleaned from the fact that by one of thesea Dress Lining, Buttons .- Bookers, Chairs, Cashmeres Prints
road, without retracing steps can be and Notions Generally.A ,
traversed for 200 and odd miles. Of course Wardrobes,
new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- Cambrics, etc. etc.
visited by the
the portions general public Bedsteads
TIES just received and marked low. ,
touch only the fringe of this mighty labyrinth

probably some thirty miles in all, Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior. Springs, Mattresses, I

yet containing within that area scenes and Pillows etc. etc. IATIA0WPB1CES.LHouseKeeping
memories absolutely ineffaceable. pS r In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK-
ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a n
With great delight we learned that the tine variety.
4tWizzard of Menlo Park"' had precededour Dry Goods, .
party by only a fortnight and filled by FLORIDA) AID SEMI-TROPICAL CURIOSITIESA A FULL ASSORTMENT.

the MH'St intense enthusiasm hinted at the SPECIALTY. :::J FEED W. :80Y&.4 CO.FURNITURE.

possibility of lighting the whole of these Blankets and Comfortables
,&- Orders from the Country Solicited. ,
marvelous galleries grottoes gorges, subter- OF ALL GRADES.
ranean lakes and rivers, cyclopean halls and iKiisFa-'s I
Tartarean depths with electricity. If this y&r Special atttention is called Panto' Finn
17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.
be done opportunities for"new sensations" to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of I" ,11113 UlUlmlllJ i ,

and "spectacular effects" will be afforded( elegant cut and manoCactore.Gents' .
such as the wildest dreams of imaginationhave
never yet conceived, much less com- 1 Florida Lands. Furnishing Goods, all the new styles
and camping be -A full line of
Tents grounds can Ladies' and Gents'
pitched in the remoter regions of this "vast AT LOW PRICES. Underwear,
unknown," and days instead of hours ''JIH''tB AtB AND ETALI!
added to the enjoyment of the wonder- The Peninsular I- h I' "'Ve are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

stricken visitors.Of O York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
a verity! With the Yellowstone Park AND P O
above ground in the Far West and the C
Mammoth Cave illuminated by Edison three Tropical Florida N J. & T. YDD .

hundred feet (and how much more?) belowit Na = .. ,
the New World will CD FERNANDINA FLA '
in the East afford r y: _
two sights unparalleled on our earth. RAILROAD COIP AXlES rs A. B. NOTES -

<"t .
c3 --- ------


Family Supplies, c _


W Hay and Grain, GOO :: --c-
r '' I = = 3s -- =

Furniture, +
Stoves. GOQD ,-

o Crockery, J
$1.25 to $10 Acre. .
per 00 Hardware, <"t -..-.; -

!\KIr4G All these lands are in the central Willow-Ware. 5o CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 T<)NS.

peninsular portion of the State, and
,.....+ : 1,508 TONS.
within fifteen miles of Railroads in M O == TV3ESTJ3I11V TEXAS, 1,210 TOIVH.

successful operation, traversing a territory -

POWDER which is being more rapidly O- v*N ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YOUK. ,

Absolutely Pure. settled and developed than any other rriC I B B tow i B thc oct F-r ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK

part of the State. THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
rPlIIS POWDER never varies. A marvel Cedar Key and Peninsular Railroad.
JL of purity!strength" and wholesomeness. The fertility of the soil and accessibility This Line, having no Transfers between Feriiamliiia and ew
Mure economical than the ordinary kinds C. II. IIUOT York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
ind cannot be sold in competition with the to the largest and best markets FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
multitude of low test,short weight alum or The traveling public offered the of
are advantages a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
phosphate powders. Sold flnl in make these lands
!/ cnm. particularly desira- PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
POWDER CO., connections at "'I nS.l.XDIN.with
31 10G Wall Street New York. ble for the cultivation of fruits and JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD -
for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
; early for
NEW YORK vegetables shipment. For __
I for LAKE WEIR. '
A' Groceries, Hardware,

TO REMIND THE PUBLIC raising of early vegetables for Northern DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to j

he is now ready to make any It. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Y
kind of markets. Second Street FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
new and descriptive circular, vie FERNANDINA, FLA. Pier 20 East River New York. 51-
on the shortest possible notice. He will also address .
have on hand,for the Holidays,a fine assort- -----
Land Commissioner, ,

ranging t.?*All from orders one pound thankfully upwards.received and Fernandina, Fla. 1{ STEAM 1} {{SAW'} {{MILL.:} H.E. DOTTERERINVITES

promptly attended to. Or Ocala, Florida. 38 .* *_ .* .i'lt

\ t-t *_ *- *_*_ *11
1--) -5- tt +-
ft I MONITOR OIL STOVES J| :s W. F. WOOD, Jr., SC TTAS constantly on handLumber { PINE FAMILY GROCERIES } ::

II ; r- by Cargoes. -+ +-
!, > .{ Proprietor, } :mC 3JC 3JC 3JC 3JC *
FOR SALE BY Office on Second Street. v 1 cA



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

IS portions Pleasantly Florida.located in one of the healthiest ANDS CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY,GRAIN, PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. I .

The building,which was erected especially SF. Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near :
for a Boarding School, is large and airy. Steamboat Landing.FERNAJ.DINA ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
the Course of Instruction is thorough and :- IIQ : : ......
sot I d, comprising, both in English and FLORIDA. -#
French i, all the branches of educa- FINE AND f- .
a good
ticn Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and c C> and Agent for Schooner Silas C.
Bedding Evans. Special rates Merchandise: in *
,. -tTHE-
afj'l '
$- ,
,, > per quarter $40.50. Music Les- large quantities. :
OilS Plain, with use of.Instrument, 1200. j Fernandina, }} ::E: Agent for Hazard Manufacturing
',ork taught ) s CHAMPION: BARBED WIRE-the ,
Payments required in additional advance charge. ,,:s {j Cor. Centre & Third. }- STJIE best in the world.
Agent for B.
schools will GOODS Received .f
For reopen October 1st. 1883. PLOWS. y Every Steamer. ,:.
j further particulars, to the Acad- .
apply ,
Local ,
emy. I Agent fpr BANK OF JACKSON \ '
I VILLE. T.3 Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA, FLA.





Valuable Orange Lands for Sale Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th.. Monday Superintendent oftiC cheols-J.C.RamscyNewv
An article on this subject in a late issue of According to Mr. J. ,G. Knapp, a well- Tracts in October. Tro, .
containing twenty acres each of
the Country Gentleman says there are differ- known gentleman of Hillsborough a bed of choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, FOURTH CIRCUIT ,. County Treasurer-J.. N. Peacock, New
ent modes of and
planting cultivating marl has been discovered in that county, suitable for growing and truck farming Spring Term- Troy. .

strawberries, but very few persons have covering several hundreds of acres, an analysis are now orange offered for sale. These [lands- St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Collector of Revenue Newton Sani>, New
adopted the best. The most slipshod way of which, made by the Agricultural are situated for Clay, 4th Tuesday in :\I 'rch. Tro\ .
is to allow the runners to fill the bed and to Department at Washington makes it very conveniently transportation Bradford 1st in Assessor of Taxes A. S.
con- Tuesday April.
by water or rail, and will be sold on Ackley, New Troy.
dense of
a mass plants. In'a or tain the
year extraordinary percentage of 12.38 of Baker, 2d Tuesday in April.
terms to suit Titles LEON
purchasers. are unques COUNTY.
two they become mixed with weed, which phosphoric acid. This renders it half Nassau 3d in
as Tuesday April. County Wm.
tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Judge- P. Byrd
cannot be eradicated without labor Tallahassee
great valuable as bone dust. The phosphate rocks Duval. 1st Tuesday in ':May. A. "
large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, Sheriff Moseley, Tallahassee.
and the at best is in :
poor quality. Ashley river Fall
crop South Carolina. contain Term- Clerk C. A.
February 16, J882. Fernandina Fla. Bryan, Tallahassee.
Another mode--a: compromise between good about 10 per cent. of this valuable ingredient St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay .
Superintendent Schools
and bad-is the matted-row system, the on an average, and enormous quantities 4th Tuesday in September. Tallahassee. of -Henry N.Felkel.
plants growing thickly in a row, but ad- have been sent abroad for fertilizers. Nassau Fibre, Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October.
mitting cultivation between. To keep the The river near Tampa furnishes similar For beds and Baker 2d Tuesday in October. Tretl.urer-.J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
pillows mattresses,. superiorto Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce
clear of weeds much "
plantation requires rocks, with 12.90 per cent of the same acid. :Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. hassee. TulJa-
labor, and it must soon be given up to new The great advantage of the marl spoken of anything else in use. For sale by Duval 1st in November.FIFTH .
plantings. A still better mode is to keep consists in the fact that. it does not requireto June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahas
,the plants in stools with the runners 'cutoff, be ground to powder previous to application Spring Term see.
which gives fine berries and an abundanceof but is in a condition for use at once Sumter 3d LEVY COUNTY.:
them, and there is no hand-weeding the without the necessity of combination with For Rent. Marion, 4th Monday in in March. County: Judge- McDonell, Bronson.

space between the stools in the rows being sulphuric acid. Thus an enormous expenseof One of the best truck-farms inthis sec- Putnam, '3d Monday March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.

kept,clean with .the hoe, and in field plan labor and money is obviated. It is said tion of the country. For particulars apply March. Tuesday after 4th Monday in Sheriff, S. Parker, Bronson.
tations the' rows are worked with a horse. that to MRS. EMMA FLETCHER. Assessor of Taxes-Louis
a square yard of this marl will yield a Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Appell, Bronson.
Such plantations may be continued several ton of this fertilizer,and it is perfectly accessible Third Street. :March. Collector of ReL'enue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar:
the plants not being exhausted Fernandina, August 11,1883-tf. Key.
years or reduced and convenient for transportation. The Alachua 4th
( by former runners. But there is stilla bed is situated fifty feet above the sea level, :\ Monday after 4th Monday inIarch. Superintendent of Schools J. B. Menden-

better mode, costing less to keep in perfect and the water of the locality is pure and Fall Term hall, Bronson.

order than the matted bed, or the matted delicious. The region is noted for its health- McCartney Hedge Rose Plants. Sumter,-1st Monday in October. MADISON COUNTY.

rows or the rows in stools with cut runners. fulness. If this deposit be all that is claimed, HAVE THE ONLY FLORIDAGROWNPlants Marion, Monday in October. County Julge-R.. Witherspoon, Maili- .
This is the check row system. Set the plantsin it is as valuable as a California gold placer, I for sale at this place. Price $2.50 Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. son. e

squares, or in rows,both ways, say about and will be of inestimable benefit to Florida. per 100; $20.00 per 1.000.ALSO Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison.

thirty inches apart. We sometimes see The State will supply herself with all the i I' ; Alachua, 1st :Monday after 4th Tuesday in Clerk-John. Beggs, Madison
thrifty stools on rich soil measuring over fertilizers required, and will be able to furnish I UMBRELLA TREES. November. Superintendent of Schools:: -E. S. Tyner.
two feet in diameter and a foot and a halfis them to her less fortunate sisters. :TV M. O'NEILL, SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Madison.

more frequent. Cultivate these stools Similar deposits are found in abundance Fairbanks, Florida Transit R. R. Spring Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison.

.. both ways with a horse attached to a narrowcultivator. in Alachuacounty, and if a thorough geological Refer toO.D. Furman, Fairbanks, Fla. Orange, 4th Monday in January. Collector of ReL'enue-\I. H. Warring, Mad
Two implements will be found
of the State
survey was made
they Volusia ison.Assessor
advisable-one with good sharp teeth but would be found to exist in many other Brevard, Monday in February. of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth. Jlad-
not running deep, for spring culture and localities. The successful management of TO ARRIVE : Monday in March. ison.

breaking the crust, and the other with fine, the beds around Charleston have been I Dade, Monday in April. MANATEE COUNTY.
i Fall
standing teeth for keeping the surface mel- attended with BARRELS POTATOES. i Term- County Z. T.
greater advantage to the interests 500 Orange in Judge- Crawford, Manatee.
low and clean through the season. The of South Carolina than all the gold August. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.
manager must use these or omit using them, obtained from the mines of that State during 500 BARRELS POTATOES. Volusia, Monday in September. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.

according to circumstances, or in the pre the last century. The discovery of these Brevard.4thIonday in September. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown
absence of MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE. Dade, Monday in November.
sence or mulching. By running phosphates in Florida may serve as an offsetto Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton
both ways the soil is kept clean and in excellent the exportation of cotton seed, not a I --- Popash.

condition and the runners are easily bushel of which should be sent from the FRED W. HOYT & CO. County Officers. Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward

chopped off with a short spade, or by attaching State.W. If. B., in Savannah News. County Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines-; Pine Level.

the cutting wheel'' recently described HO FOR THE BEACH, ville. MARION COUNTY.
to the side of the cultivator. Give Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. County Judge-Samuel Marshall
rich soil ; top-dress late in autumn with I WHY DO ANIMALS NEED SALT?-Prof. Jas. A ND A MOONLIGHT DRIVEThe Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Ocala.

clean, short, fresh manure ; plant good E. Johnson, of Scotland, says upward of half Assessor of Taxes-S. II. Wienges, Gaines- Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield. Ocala.
growers and abundant bearers, and large the saline matter of blood ((57 per cent.,) con- three elegant Omnibuses McGinnis ville. Assesstor of Taxes-Thomas Barco Cotton
and luxuriant stools will be sists of common salt, and as this is partly &
obtained fur- Rawson can be secured for private partieson rollectorof Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Plant.
nishing fine showy and excellent fruit discharged every day through the skin very reasonable terms, at any hour, either ville. Collecor of .leL'enue-Frcllerick N.
I which will bring good prices in market, and and kidneys the necessity of continued supplies day or night Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats Ocala. Foy.
the planting need not be renewed every of i it to the healthy body becomes suffi- 26 McGINNIS & RAWSON. Gainesville. Superintendent of Se/tOols-II. C. Martin

year. This mode does not, of course, apply ciently o vious. The bile also contains soda BAKER COUNTY. Fort McCoy.

to limited garden culture, but to marketplantations (one of the ingredients of salt) as a special ',. ', County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. MONROE COUNTY.
by the and indispensable constituent, and so do all GENERAL DIRECTORY.
acre. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron
Key Nest
For mulching such plantings the treat- the cartilages of the body. Stint the supply Sheriff-U. C. Herndon Sanderson. Clerk-Peter T. Knight.
of salt, therefore,and neither will the bile be United States Officers.LAND
ment must vary somewhat with circum- Assessor
able of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key 'Ve t.
stances. If fresh manure can be had which h properly assist digestion, nor the cartilage OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. derson. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney. Jr..
has no manure in the short straw, and no I I to build up again as it naturally wastes. Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith Key West.
seeds or weeds scattered through it, it may It is better to place salt where stock can have Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Sanderson. Collector of Relenue-'Va1ter C. Maloney

be spread evenly between the rows two in free access to it than to give it occasionally Slmeyor-Geneml-\Ialachi, Talla- Superintendent of Schools A. J. W. Cobb, Jr., Key West.Superintendent.
inches thick early in winter, and it will large quantities. They will help them- hassee. Olustee. Schools
of J.
-- V. Harris, Kc\
protect the plants, enrich the soil by soakings selves to what they need if allowed to do so DISTRICT COURT. BRADFORD COUNTY. West.

of rain and it may remain till the at pleasure ; otherwise they become "salt Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. NASSAU COUNTY.

berries are ripe, to keep them clean, after J hungry;j" they may take more than is Marshal-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. County Hin
wholesome. Judge ton J.
Baker Feniandiila.
which the cultivation will mix it with -
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.INTERNAL Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. .
mellow soil and give a fine start for anotheryear's Assessor of Taxes N.
Wainwright, Clerk-J.
REVENUE. A. Edwards
bearing. This treatment, however, THE LATE COL. W. M. IVES. Collector:"- Dennis Eagan Jacksonville. Butler. John
Sheriff A. Ellermann, Fernandina.
will not answer under other circumstances
where the mulching will be omitted, or be COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Santa Fe.Superintendent. of -Bunberry Haynes, Assessor f! Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, .Fer-

applied temporarily as the berries are form HE WAS A PRINTER-HIS CONNECTION WITH THE John W. Howell, Fernandina. nandina.
Edwin Jacksonville.John of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. .
Higgins Few
ing, thorough cultivation being given, at all JACKSONVILLE PRESS--INTERESTING HISTORICAL Starke.
other times in the season.-Mobile Register. F. House, St. Augustine. nandina.
COUNTY. Superintendent
of -L. W. Higgin-
-- Reading with much interest your notice County Judge-James A. McCrory, City botham, Callahan.

GREEN MANURE.Of of the death of Col. W. M. Ives, of your ,State Officers. Point.Olerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. ORANGE COUNTY.

course the reader will understand that city, I observe that you mention the fact Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlan "green manure," as the term is now most that he EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. gian na. Clerk J. P. Hughey, Orlando.
published a in Jacksonville
commonly employed, means some kind of paper Governor-Win. D. Bloxham Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston Or- Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.
crop that has grown on the soil, and whichis and express regret that you cannot give the Lieuteoont-Governor-Livingston, W. Bethel lando, Orange county.Superintendent Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort
returned to it while in its Reid, Fla.Collector.
yet green state. name.
West.Secretary .
Key of Schools-A. Grady La
Either clover or turned under while I happen to have in of Revenue Richard
peas my possession a list of State-John L. Crawford Tal- Grange. H. Marks.
yet green, is a green manure; in fact, any of the Jacksonville journals\ published up lahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sanford.

green vegetable would properly come under to the period of the last one named, 1848-54, Comptroller. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks.!
that head. Fort Reid.
was furnished me by Col. Ives, a copy Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle Tallahassee. Park.
Writing on the subject of green manures, of which I append: Attorney-General-George P. Clerk-0. A. Buddington Green Cove PUTNAM COUNTY.
Talla- ,
the editor of the Spirit of the Farm says "The Jacksonville Courier was the first hassee. Raney, Springs. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.

many persons have an idea that it is neces- newspaper printed and published in Jack- Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Sheriff( James W. DeWitt, Green Cove fJ/erk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka.
sary to burn plants in order to procure potash' sonville. It was commenced in 1835, pub- Tallahassee. Springs. Sheriff-Thomas Shally.

They also think vegetable matter must lished by L. D. Currier and edited by a Mr. Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.

pass through the digestive organs of animalsin Williams, who died during that year, when Foster, Tallahassee. Collector of ReL'enue-'Vm. S. Plummer, Collector of ReL'erme-Joseph Price.
order to be of value as manure. The the editorial department was taken charge Adjutant-General-J.E. Maxville. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W

truth is, fire does nothing toward the pro of by R. B. Gregory, Esq. Currier was a Yonge, Tallahassee Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger Strickland.
duction of potash or any mineral salt. It practical printer and master of his business; BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Middleburg. TAYLOR COUNTY.

simply destroys the vegetable, leaving the the journeymen were Thos. D. Dexter and Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- COLUMBIA COUNTY. County Judge \V. H. Parker, Perry.

mineral substance free. No kind of vegeta W. M. Ives; Sam'l! R. Matrair, apprentice. County Judge-W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Sheriff{ Thomas Osteen, Perry.
see.ClerkR. ,
ble matter is as valuable for manure after i it Currier sold out, and for one year, commenc C. Long, Tallahassee. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr. Lake Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
has passed through an animal as it was ing in the summer of 1836, the same paper Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.
before. In truth the most valuable sub was published Haslam Jacksonville. Perry.County.
by Dexter & Co. Building, Assessor of Taxes-L.W. :Rivers, Lake
stance it contained went while in the animal When retired the Treasurer-D.
they publication was continued SUPREME COURT. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish Lake S. Sutton, Perry.
to repair wastes in the body, to buildup some time by Washington M. Ives as Superintendent of Schools JuliusPotsdamer, City. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
new tissues, or to form milk. The inferior publisher, with Dr. Welch as editor. This Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Lake City. Collector of Relerme-J. B. Hardee. Perrv.

portions of the food, unsuited to these was in the fall of 1837. ThA. i nor than... .. Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock Perry."
---- -- ----- -- r--- DUVAL COUNTY. ,
purposes, were voided as excrement The passed into the hands! of Rev. D. Brown, our see.Associate County Judge-William McLean Jack- ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.
coarse portions of the food that were voided Episcopal clergyman, who employed such Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, sonville. County JudgeM. R. Cooper St.
Jacksonville. Augus-
were probably benefited by passing throughthe printers as he could obtain, until May, 1838, Clerk-C. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. tine.
digestive organs of the animal as they when he contracted with W. M. Ives to carryon H. Foster, Tallahassee. Sheriff Uriah Bowden Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. Augustine.
were softened and put in a condition to be the business for a time as editor, printer CIRCUIT JUDGES. Assessor of Taxes--A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- Sheriff( Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
more readily decomposed. etc. Amid the events of the Indian war it First Circuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- ville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St.
The most rational method of increasing was after a time suspended, and about 1840a sacola. Collector Revenue Augustine. ,.
of Moses
the fertility of the soil is to plough under the :Mr. Jones, (I think) commenced the pub- Second Circuit-David. S. Walker, Tallahas- Jacksonville. J. Brown, Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias.

crops that grew upon it. A person may lication of the Advocate. The next paper see. St. Augustine.Superintendent.
Superintendent Schools-Albert
of J. Rus-
argue that there is no gain of fertilizing started was the Tropical Plant, in 1842, by Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. sell Jacksonville. of Schools-C. F. Perpall.
matter by this practice, since nothing is Geo. i M. Gousard. This paper was, I think, Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- HAMILTON St. Augustine.
returned to the soil except what came fromit. continued until about the time the News was COUNTY.

Such however, is not the case. Plantsdo removed from St. Augustine, a few years ville.Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- County Clerk-J.Judge Caldwell-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. SUMTER COUNTY.
not exist on surface soil alone. A large after, and published by Gillett & Hazzard, ville. Jasper. County Judge-Henry Cassidy, Leesburg.
portion of the bulk and weight of plants is and the Florida Republican was established Sixth Circuit-H. Mitchell Sheriff-James M. Duncan, Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
derived from the air. Another portion by C. Drew, in 1848." Seventh Circuit Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
W. Archer Cocke
comes from the soil far below where the In addition to the preceding copy of Col. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod, Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster.

plow reaches. Lime and potash are obtained Ives' manuscript it may be as well to com- Columbia County.Superintendent Collector of Revenue-J. R. G. Hamilton

in this way while carbon and nitrogen are plete the history of the Press of Jackson- Court Calendar. erts Ancrum. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Sumterville.
taken from the air. The leaves of Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke
the plantsare ville to the period of the civil war, so far as FIRST CIRCUIT.
the great feeders, and they draw nothing memory serves. Faa Term- HERNANDO COUNTY. Sumterville.
from the soil. The roots that enter the sub- The County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
Republican (a Whig paper) was sold Santa Rosa, Monday in October. ville.
soil, and those of many plants do, take in 1854 to Thos. C. Blanchard, of Georgia, Walton, 4th Monday in October. Clerk-J. C. Law County Judge M. M. Blackburn, lave
Brooksville. Oak.
nothing from the soil that stimulates the who died a few years after. The material Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :
growth of the majority 6f food plants. By was bought by \V. M. Ives and M. Whit in October. Monday Sheriff-J. Mickler, Brooksville. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.

bringing plants that obtained their growth Smith, who published the paper under the Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Assessor of axes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
chiefly from the air and subsoil, the fertilityof name of the St.Johns Mirror. The publication in October. Monday ville. Assessor of Taxes W. H. Sessions, Wei-

land may be very greatly increased. By was transferred to W. W. Moore, and Jackson, Monday after 4th in Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, born.
the use of different fertilizers it is difficultto was continued by him until the effect of the October. Brooksville. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,

determine how abundantly soil may be war upon Jacksonville caused its suspen- Escambia, Monday in December. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Live Oak.

made to produce. sion. For about the same interval, J. F. This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- Fort Dad Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
Green plants decay very quickly when Rogero publisded in Jacksonville Democratic HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Live Oak.
a ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the
they are buried, especially if they are turned paper, and afterwards continued the Spring Term. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

under before their stalks have become hard. publication of a newspaper in Lake City, Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter
The sap in them insures their speedy decay, until the close of the war. Spring Term- THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. .i prise.

and also helps decompose other substancesin The Denwcratic News, in Jacksonville, had Taylor 1st after 1st Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
the soil. By ploughing them under before latterly been published by Geo. C. Powers April. Tuesday Monday in Collector of Revenue W. F. Buns, Tampa. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.

they are ripe there will be no trouble from and Dr. Charles Byrne. That and the Republican Madison, 2d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-

the seeds. There is always advantage in had been wholly burned in the Hamilton, 4th Monday in Tampa. prise.
ploughing under vegetation when it is covered great fire of 1853. Suwanee April. JEFFERSON. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De-
1st after
with dew, as it will decay much more Just preceding the war Messrs. Gourdin & in Monday 4th Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Land.

rapidly. Green manuring has been recom Sadler published in Jacksonville the Southern April.Columbia 3d after 4th Sheriff( T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshawv

.. mended for restoring fertility to soils that Rig It was resumed in Jacksonville in April. Monday Monday Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Enterprise.

no longer produce crops worth the troubleof during the war by Jerome Andreu ; but ina Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, WAKULLA COUNTY.
harvesting. It is obvious that such soils sudden occupation of the city by the Fed- in April.Fall Monday Monticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
will not produce much to turn under. Very eral army, the Federals carried away the Term- County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

poor soils must receive a base of some stimulating I material to Hilton Head. ticello. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
manure before they will produce a The preceding will give the information October.Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon Superintendent of Schools-W. T. DuvaL

'crop worth turning under. Rye is one of you wish as to the connection of Col. Ives :Madison 2d in October. ticello. Crawfordville.
'' the best crops to raise for ploughing under.It with the press in Jacksonville, and may be Hamilton, 4th Monday:Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wan- County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw
is inferior to red clover but keenah.
much more worthy of preservation in itself as a portionof Suwannee fordville.
1st after 4th
cheaply produced. Peas are good as a fall the press history of our city to the date in October. Monday Monday LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Collector of Rererme-'V. WalkerCraw

crop--almost equal to clover, perhaps. mentioned.- Columbus Drew, in Lake City Columbia 3d after4th County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. ford ville.

Mubile Register. I Reporter. October. Monday Monday Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw
Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ford ville.fL .

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THE' FLORIDA iIR} R': NO'TEl\IBER 4. ,' ., ',' ,

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THE 1'0 n.T}'-E 1 G 117'11 CONGRESS.AN -
NO LONGER SOLID. In the Justice's Court, Nassau I
. Iowa is still led by the Scotch voice of ORDINANCE CARD
INCREASED MEMBERSIIIP IN A CROWDED McConl and Kasson the blandest of speakers County, Fla. ,1 FOR THE COLLECTION OF LICENSE TIME
WM. F. WOOD Jr. V. R. OF THE .
HALL-SECTIONAL DIVISION OF THE and parliamentarians. But what change e vs. BRISTOL. TAXES. .
erto it was solidly Republican save by one NASSAU COUNTY. j and Couucil-
the 195 members of the 99 in the SECTION: 1. No ANIFERNANDINA >
the Southern States are Forty-fourth Congress; now it boastsof You are hereby notified that a writ of at- person shall engage in or
from as follows:-Ala three Democrats and manage the business, &
Greenback tachment profession -
one Dem has been issued or JACKSONVILLEEffect
against the occupy R.
8 Arkansas you, I R.
bama, : 5 Delaware. tion referred
; Florida ocrat. to in this
; Kentucky loses Proctor Knott's wit said V. R. Bristoland attached Ordinance, unless
your property In
Maryland.l'; Georgia,4 10; Kentucky, 9; Louisiana, 5; in the House only to find it in her Governor's to satisfy the demand of Win. F. Wood, Jr.,, city license shall have been procured from November 19th, 185,1.e ."
; Mississippi, 5; Missouri. 14; chair. She has now twu the City Collector, which license
North Carolina 6 South Republicans, amounting to the sum of six dollars and shall b GOING SOUTh.
; Carolina, 6; Tennessee a gain of one over former years. In the del- sixty cents. issued to each person on receipt of the
8; Texas, 10; Virginia, 4; and West egation, however, are still Carlisle, who will Now, unless you shall app .'before G. W. amount, together with the Clerk's proper fee of Day Pas. Nt Pas.
3. The A.M.
Northern Virginia, and Western remainder States, 90, are from be Speaker in all human probability, and Schuyler, a Justice of the Peace in and for twenty-five cents for each license and shall Leave Fernandina.-. 6.15 7.00 p.M.fl
: as follows:- Blackburn, who wants to be Senator said be signed by the Collector Leave
6 in the county, at his office at Fernandina, Fla. City Clerk. Road Junction... 5.25
California Indiana, Iowa; Connecticut, 4 3; Illinois, 9; place of Williams. Tennessee loses one on the 20th day of December, A. D. 1883, at, No license shall be issued for more than one Arrive Callahan.................... 8.40 7.45

6 ; 9.Nevada;. 1; Massachusetts,3 New ; Michigan Republican, but still has two, though she 10 a. m.,judgment will be rendered against first year, and all licenses shall expire on the Leave Callahan...................... 7.38 9.20

York, 22; Ohio, 13 ; Pennsylvania Jersey, 3: New did not return the veterans Whitthorne, you and your property sold to pay the debt. tional day of October of each year; but frac Leave Dutton................. ..... 8.05 9.53
Wisconsin} 6. ; 12; and House or Atkins. The latter wants to sue Dated this 20th day of October, 1883. that licenses may be issued to expire on Leave Brandy Branch............ 8.18 10.08

ceed Clerk McPherson. Casey Young, of 47 'V)!. F. WOOD, JR. day at a proportionate rate, estimating Arrive Bald win..................... 8.35 10.32
PERSONNEL OF THE HOUSE. Memphis, resumes his place in the delega the from the first day of the month in which Leave Baldwin..................... 8.55 10.42.
But increased is tion. Belford will still be heard from Colo Commissioner's license is so issued. Leave Maxville.......
membership not the only Sale.By ............. 9.17 11.08 .
feature of the next House. Maine will be rado, and Rosecrans from California, at the VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE SEC. 2, The businesses, professions and occupations Leave Highland..................... 9.44 11.33

there with its delegation cut down one mem- head of a solid Democratic delegation. ,. Court, in and for the be for which such license tax shall Leave Latt tey.......................? 9.49 11.52
Kansas of collected
So will New now has seven members county are hereby declared
I'cr. Hampshire and Vermont. with the Nassau, I will sell to the to be those
Massachusetts with an increase stalwart form of Haskell:: in their midst. bidder, in mentioned in Section 11 of an Act of Leave Temple's.... A.M.
of one. New front of the court-house, in the the .............. .10.04 12.12
York and Pennsylvania will each have one Michigan, which was in the last Congress Nassau. Florida, on the first Monday county in De-of Legislature 6f,1883, entitled "An Act for the Leave Starke.......................10.12 12.20 .

more than under the old representation. Of solidly Republican, now sends six Demo- cember, A. D. 1883, the following real Assessment'and Collection of Revenue," ap Leave Thurston......................10.23 12.40
tile Southern States, Arkansas has increased is crats out of the eleven members; but where belonging to the estate of Andrew J. estate Brad-, proved :March 5, 1883, and for which cities I Arrive Waldo...........,..........10.43 1.10

two ; Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Mis the stentorian: voice of Julius Caesar Bur dock, deceased, situate and being in the license may impose license tax ; and the amount of Leave Waldo.............,..,........11.05 1.50 .

souri. North and South Carolina, Virginia bell rows?; and where, oh where, is Jay A. Hub- count_ of. Nassau. Florida : that is fortv In.. Cnnh, tax hn':'for: __which... ___,"u each u person engaged Leave Gainesville..................11.54 3.00
However Horr A "?Uts UU lIlt ,
and West will be there *? -.a
Virginia, the prolesslon
one each. Texas has : acres 01 the }1'rancis f ISA occupation,
..mured .from_!six to eleven members Jiff* nrtiff of Sunset C.ox. Missonri is snJirl1v- I 2 north, range 25.east voou, grunt bounded, in as township fol- shall cent be liable of is hereby declared to be fifty Leave Arredondo......... ........12.12 P.M. 3.30

:OOllle; 01 the Western States, also, have Democratic-the banner State, tor that' mat lows : On the east by section 15, north by per SEC. 3. All the amount fixed by said act. Leave Batton ........................12,24 3.50
increased their membership-Illinois Ohio I -with its fourteen votes. She still has lands of Florida Railroad, and oh"the restrictions, requirements and I Leave Archer..................?...1240 4.40
and Wisconsin, one each ; California, Iowa, and Judge Buckner at the head of her delegation, by main run of Summerlin's Branch west the penalties in the, and the manner of collecting, provided Leave Bronson..................,... 1.06 5.35
Michigan, Minnesota and Nebraska, two of Bland, the patron saint of the advocates line commencing at the Transit Railroad, act above mentioned,are hereby Leave Otter Creek.................. 1.38 6.35 .
each, und Kansas four. The personnel of sin more silver has dollars, at the tail. Wiscon one-quarter of a mile from the southeast adopted the for of the collection of license taxes in i Leave Rosewood ................... 2.08 7.35
too cor- City
the House will be very much changed. and sends, felt the Democratic tidal wave, ner of the grant; thence north 20 chains to Fernandina, so far as the same Arrive Cedar Key.................. 2.36 8.15
of the apply
Maine is solidly Republican Murch and nine members from its a stake thence may except express companies, or
; west 80 chains
Ladfi) the Greenback fold. Williams, the so-called to run of their agents who shall GOING NOKTH. "
drop out of Boanerges of of branch ; thence the run of branch dollars pay only twenty-five
the delegation ; Vermont revives the venerable the West; Ex-Governor Pound, the cynical eat to the railroad thence south- for each year. Day Pas. Nt Pas. .
Luke Poland, with his old Congress Bragg, with Caswell and Hazleton, all old road to ; along the rail- SEC. 4. The Collector shall transmit to the A.M. P.M.

i ional record, sepulchral: voice, blue coat and members, will no longer grace the floor of Terms starting cash. Purchaser point. Council, at its first meeting in each month, Leave Cedar Key................... 7.00 6.00 t
brass buttons. Massachusetts has dropped the House. If Robeson is not there another to pay for titles. a statement showing the amount of moneys Leave Rosewood.................... 7.32 6.45
Crapo. Harris and Norcross, three old inert ex-Secretary of the Navy, Nathan B. Goff J. A. EDWARDS, received for licenses during the preceding Leave Otter Creek...,..,....,,.;.. 8.03 7.40

hers of the delegation, and has added Patrick of West Virginia, will Be, who succeeded Fernandina Fla. Commissioner. month, with the name of eacL person pay Leave Bronson.....,.... ........... 8.39 8.45
.\.. Collins, of Irish unity memory, and for a brief period Ex-Secretary Thompson November 8, 1883. ing the same, the amount paid by each, the Leave Archer....................... 9.07 9.35
Henry B. Lovering to keep company with and defeated Father Ben Wilson, of the First AN date of- such---- nllVn't.-.' "'->"nt., .onl"n. th"'C h.uUUJt:;_: :__::_:;:_:; ur__ Leave Batton..............,.,..,.... 9.23 9.55'
Leopold Morse, so long the lone Democratic district, in West Virginia. ORDINANCETo profession for which the same was issued ; Leave Arrednnrln uu____................... 190 7 O 1'U.W"
Representative from the old Bay State. So, while there has been the usual upheaval Provide a Fire Department for the City of and said statement shall be signed by the Leave Gainesville..................10.00 11.00 .

Connecticut has reversed its political faith, in the representation, it will be seen that Fernandina. Collector and Clerk ; and the Collector shall Arrive Waldo.......... ............1042 1200
and sends three Democrats and one Repub many of the old familiar Democratic names BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR pay to the Treasurer the amount collected A. M. ._

lican in place of one Democrat and three still remain on the roll out of which to Council of the City of :Fernandina:: by him for licenses on the first day of each Leave Waldo..........................10.52 1.35

llepublicans. The familiar face of Ex-Sen select chairmen and make up the important SECTION 1. That a Fire Department shall 1 month. Leave Thurston...................1113 2.10: ;
ator W. W. Eaton will be there with the committees of the House. Of the chairmen be organized by the Council for the City of SEC. 5 All Ordinances, or parts of Ordi Leave Starke.........................11.28 2.35 ,,

equally! familiar presence of old John T, of fifty-one committees in the Forty-sixth Fernandina, and shall consist of as much nances, conflicting with the provisions of Leave Temple's ....................11.36 2.50
Wait, of Norwich, who has grown gray in Congress, appointed( by Mr. Randall, only force and such officers as the Council shall this Ordinance are hereby repealed. Leave Lawtey.. .....................11.53 3.25 1
Congressional harness. nineteen are members of the next House, specify. There shall be one Chief and a Passed first reading October 10, 1883. P.M. ':

New York mMs General Slocum to its list and with four or five exceptions filled unimportant First and Second Assistant, to beelected by Passed second reading October 31, 1883. Leave Highland.:.................12.09 4.00
'I, and again returns the corpulent Nick Muller places ; and if he were again elected the Council and to hold office for the term Passed third reading, and adopted, October Leave Maxville......................12.27 4.30
with DorMieimer and the veterans Cox, Speaker they would in all probability be of one year, or until their successors are 31, 1883. Arrive Baldwin ....................12.51 5.10
Hewitt anti Ilutchins in the New York city relegated to Coventry, as none of them are elected ; said officers to be elected at the G. F. AVERY, Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.11 5.45
list; with Perry Belmont, old Richelieu known now to be in favor of his re-election. first regular! meeting of Council in Nov President of Council pro tent. Leave Brandy Branch....,....... 1.29 6.15 '

Robinson and D. II. James to take care of Of the 195 Democrats but 73 were members ember in each year. Attest : Leave Dutton........................ 1.44 6.40
the three first districts. The zeal of Archie of the last House. Probably over one hun SEC. 2. The Fire Department shall 'be un W. F. WOOD, Jr., City Clerk. Arrive Callahan.................... 2.10 7.25

Bliss fur t large river and harbor appropriations dred are entirely new to the halls of Con- der the control of the City Council, and the Approved : Leave Callahan...................... 2.22 8.00
will be missed and so will Walter gress. The Speaker, whoever he may be, Council shall have general l superintendence F. C. SUHRER, Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.03 9.10

A. Wood, General John Hammond, J. "'. will have, including the membership of the of all property belonging to said Depart 50 Acting Mayor. Arrive Fernandina................ 3.37 9.50 )
Dwight and Richard Crowley, all familiar Ways and Means and Appropriation Committees ment. $& Day Passenger daily
faces in previous Congresses; now crowded a chairmanship or place on those SEC. 3. The Chief Engineer shall have supreme RAILROADS. Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. except Sunday;
out by the lame Democratic gain from New committees for nearly every Democratic command of the Fire Department at
York State. But Frank Hiscock remains to member of the last House, so that the labor all fires; and in his absence the assistants in
ask the honor of a complimentary vote of of providing reasonably good places for the the order named. FLORAL CITY ROUTE. DIVISION.
his party for ambitious} will not be SEC. 4. That it shall
Speaker in place of Keifer or so very ditficult. -New not be lawful for an -
Kaolin, which York Herald. organization of firemen FLORIDA CENTRAL GOING SOUTH.
may serve as an indorsement to have anything to & WESTERN R.R.
/for their Senatorial race, in place of Senator do, or be connected, with the Fire Depart JACKSONVILLE July 1st, 1883. Day Pas. Nt Pas.
Lapham. The New ment of the City of Fernandina /COMMENCING this *.:\(. A.M.
the experience of Walter Jersey delegation gains BOOTS AND SHOES. consent of Council. without the \J road and its date, Trains on this Leave Waldo........................11.30 1.40

member: but the familiar form Phelps.of the a rotund former SEC. 5. No apparatus belonging to the de : connection will run as follows Leave Dixie...........................11.52 2.10P.

Miles Ross the of partment shall be assigned to M.
presence the rubicund any private Leave Hawthorne...........
llobeson of the use without the written WESTWARD.No. .. ....12.08 2.36
veteran John Hill TIIE consent of the .
NEW Chief 3.
and No.
the STORE. 1.
perpetual A. A. and the approval of the Lochloosa..................12.25 3.02
11(, seen nn1nniP Hardenbnrgh tilt> T"t,,will,, T.L no longer T ro"n"H VSKSllJ 114 tVt.VrVy-'._. J.V:'A!*_"_ u. chairman.. of the Leave Jacksonville...... 7.30 Accom. Mail. Leave Orange Lake. ...............12.51 3.35
"; \S **V M-l fc HI V**V p m 1.30 m Leave
Hart Brewer;::of Trenton; the entire' \ SEC. 6. The different companies shall 1 Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.45 2.14 p Anthony Place............ 1.16 4.15
delega :J3 W. F. pm Leave

WOOD Jr. [ pm Silver Spring..............
ion from New Jersey has been @ choose their own officers and their Lake City........... 1.10am 1.43
CHANGES IN changed. own internal affairs. manage Live Oak............ 3.15am 5-55 4.53pm Leave Leave Ocala............................ 2.00 5.00

PENNSYLVANIA. j Proprietor SEC. 7. That in case of disagreement Madison ............ 5.25am pm Lake Weir Station........ 2.40 6.00
H'tu-e Pennsylvania, Mr.} W. D.returns the Father of the j- n = i between a fire company any and the Chief or Drifton.......,....... 7.20 am 9.05pm 7.42 pm Arrive Wild wood.................. 3.05 6.40

Ex- Kelley ; General Bingham, other officer of the Department, the same :\Ion ticello......... 9.35pm GOING NORTH.
rurtin i pcakcr but S. J. Randall. and Andrew G. C> Car > shall, after the emergency, be referred to the Tallahassee......... 9.05am 10.30pm A. M. P. M.

whcl'lhoJ1eofWt: where is Russell Errctt, the (Council, who shall decide the matter in con Leave Tallahassee.......... 10.45 Leave. Wildwood__ _,_..... ................ _6.55_ fi.30jucti
licans? The Pennsylvania Repub IIt t troversy. -A-,..."iv-Ann.....'(...;..".,"."..., ..............J.J..Vt.1 11 1\':: U_ _III. JZ.W 1" pm 1 "n.v c:; .uttn.c T1 'rr Hl'lr KjtiibiwiA.C'h ....... i .+*\j t.its
will be the courtly McLane, of Maryland, : : SEC. 8. That the Chief Engineer shall have Chatta. River......12.10pm 1.00am pm Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.25
defeated Republican Governor of his State, while the power to suspend at any time any member Leave River Junction... 1.10 a m Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22

JJolton. unlike/ candidate Mr. Hart B. s s of the Fire Department or any company for Arrive Marianna.......,.. 2.41 a m Leave Anthony Place............. 8.48 9.05 e
Massachusetts; Governor-elect Robinson o f any act calculated to cause a disturbance or Pensacola........_ 9.30am Leave Orange Lake................ 9.12 9.55
1 House. Virginia, will hold on to his eat in the ANDO bring disgrace upon the Department, until Montgomery..... 8.50 m Leave Lochloosa.............. ...? 9.37 10.40
1 .I'/.dlll! S. Barbour-who still has Randolph Tucker, I such time as he can bring the case before "' Mobile..........._. 4.25pm I Leave Hawthorne................. 9.54 11.10
rendered his for recent services S S Council for investigation. New Orleans.... 10.15pm Leave Dixie.................. .......;.10.11 11.40
f ocratic Committee party as Chairman of the Dem SEC. 9. All repairs to apparatus shall be Houston............ 6.50am A.M.'. z
'sor-and expects to be Mahone'w 8 done under the direction of the Committee Arrive 'F aldo.... ............ .....10.35 12.15jS9Day p SI
George C. Cabell, a familiar 'TC: !E3C: on Fire Department. EASTWARD.No. .
I.HV: 4. No. .
tit all. 2
Think of old Passenger
Virginia with daily
SEC. except Sunday
only 10. 'r ;
ilirw! company desiring to Accom
Democrats in join the : Mail. Night
a delegation of Passenger daily.
ret are readjusters. North Carolina ten. The : ]Fire Department shall apply in writing, Arrive Jacksonville....... 8.25am 3.00pm

'inn' one of its old retains t through its proper officers, to Council, stating Baldwin............. 6.50am 2.02pm

",'alt'*, and South Carolina representatives Mill holds A. M. the number of members, its officers, etc.; Lake City........... 3.00ara 11.38am FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
1''. \V. Aiken. Georgians will miss on to :: { Fernandina, } :]E: such application to be indorsed by the Chair- '' Live Oak........... 1.25 a m 10.37 a in GOING
foil Cook. General I man of the Committee on Fire Department. Madison ............11.05pm 9.12arn SOUTH.
consecutively a member for many SEC. 11. Each .. Leave Fernandina......................
"( itlns, and forever the :a' {{ Cor. Centre & company shall adopt some Drifton............... 9.05pm 7.30am 10.30 a. m.
attenuated form of Third. j-js uniform Leave Hart's Road............
: Alexander! II. or badge to be worn when on duty Monticello ......... 8.00 a m ..........11.05 a. m.
Stephens, whose presence which uniform Arrive Jacksonville.....................12.10
1c'W.| it is said, would he worth fifteen or badge shall be reported to Tallahassee......... 7.15pm 6.05am p. m. ,
to and approved by Council. The Leave Tallahassee ........
'wentv votes:: for Mr. Randall. Hammond TIIE Council shall 6.38 p m 5.55 a m GOING NORTH. .

I .'n<(l BlollJ t remain, both of whom have NEW sTonE. by also the adopt Chief a uniform or badge to be worn Arrive Quincy.............. 5.20 pIll 4.45 a m Leave Jacksonville..................... 3.15 p. in.

,I ill'<'u prominent in previous Congresses ---- SEC. and Assistants when on duty. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m 3.45 a m Leave Hart's Road..................... 4.25p.m.
l(>"w Alabama still comes the gallant, Hilary -- ---- _"roo 12...The.Chief shall u with the annroval \wwi"trr* River Junction..- _Q'1.A'JIarianna. _O .111.. Arrive Fernandina..................... 5.00p.m.
A. Herbert and the scholarly Forney, with BOOKS AND I make sucn>iurtner rules : lid reg- :\ .......... 1.39 ant iffS Trains daily except Sunday.
STATIONERY.i ulations for the Leave Pensacola... ..
hidrrether members of the old delegation. ----- --- government of the depart- .. ..? 7.15pm
Hernd.in. from the First district as he may deem necessary. Leave Montgomery..... 8.30am SUNDAY TRAINS.
md! IVyor is the new member ,from is dead, HORACE DREW, Passed first reading October 3, 1883. Leave Mobile.............. 2.00pm Leave Fernandina......7.00 a. m. 4.30 p.m.

i k'jrhtli' district. Mississippi no longer sends the "Oookscllcr, Stationer, Passed.second reading October 17, 1883. Leave New Orleans...... 8.40 a m j Arrive Jaeksonv ille..8.25 a. m. 5.55 p. m.

the wounded Hooker, with his Chesterfield- -'-' Passed third reading October 17, 1883, and Leave Houston........... 6.15pm Leave Jacksonville..9.10 a. m. 6.45 p. m.
i.in manners, but the old members Muldrow Printer and Binder. adopted. Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily Arrive Fernandina..10.35a.} m. 8.15 p. m.

Money and Singleton, will answer to their, FRED W. HOYT, except Sunday. .
name again. Louisiana, like Connecticut President of Council. SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville to Pensacola.
'l' 'to have an exSenatorW. P. School Books and Orange Wraps Attest: SLEEPING CARS Madison to Pensacola. CONNECTIONS.

It parts with the wisdom of Kellogg W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk CON N ECTIOSS. I
I 111 I the Home; but gains his Randall Gibson NOW A SPECIALITY. Approved: At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
:>iate! in Kellogg\ place. ;presence in the F. C. SUHRER, i & Western Railroad.At With New York and Fernandina Steam-

1..1 i. I,dtn Ellis- is till: in the! The delegation florid orator with, 47 Acting Mayor. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and
.J' Floyd King. Texas with its /3f" Liberal discounts to Teachers and Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- for New York on Thursday.
Trade. Special prices and AX ORDINANCE urdays. With Sea Island Route from
ineatherhip: keeps the venerable Catalogue free on and to Savan-
the sedate Culberson and fiery Mills Reagan, and application. To Amend an Ordinance etnitled 'All Ordinance At'Jacksonville, with Waycross Line by nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.
aii'l.-' to the: list of to Prevent the Erection No. 4 in the a. m. and No. 2 in the for
.'I ,' increased members solid 59) W. BAY STREET, of Wooden p. m., AT CALLAHAN.
Hancock and James ,Yo Throckmor- Buildings, and to Provide Greater Security all points North and East; with the Fernan To and from Savannah };
"tUI1.thert( familiar' names in the Forty-third and JACKSONVILLE FLA Against Fires," Approved August 5, 1876. dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan and all points North and West daily.Charleston,
< ongresses. The Independent member SECTION ONE OF SAID dina ; and with Steamers:: for all points on "
I"f*' tin- THAT ORDI- the St. Johns River. AT BALDWIN, FLA. '
is Thomas LEGAL be .
The P. Ochiltree. ADVERTISEMENTS. amended to read as follows .
| Ohio Be it : At Baldwin by No. 1 and 2 with To and from Jacksonville
delegation, ordained Florida Tallahassee :
I'ratlc. h:1i1! T.1.....,...._ now__ largely..., Demo-_. -- nandina by the City Council of Fer1 & Peninsular Railroad for and all points South West and '
--- with Gainesville ,
\;'11'UIlVenie, l'ranK Hurd, the approval of the Northwest,
1t.1! his free : Dissolution of that from Mayor, Ocala, Leesburg Cedar 'daily. ,
!\el'r! trade budget; Ex-Speaker Partnership. and after the approval of this ord- Key, and all ;;
and McKinley whose j Y MUTUAL inance, it shall be Gulf Ports. AT HAWTHORNE, ""l
Kt to he has B CONSENT, THE CO- unlawful, and against the At a '
flIT his made more'certain in the contest partnership heretofore existing hesween security of persons and property in the City cola &Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- To and from Palatka daily except Sunday. '.i iAT 4
Atlantic ;
'eat. Indiana holds fast J. II. McGINNIS of Fernandina to build Railroad for Marianna. Penrnntfrnmorv -
< ij alkins, and varies the with dissolved. The said .McGinnis any wooden buildings sac91aIobile, \ New Orlpan. :' :c,
'l'leation monotony a' retire's-'and: or buildings covered ----
} of nine Democrats to four'llepublui said Rawson continues in the business alone.; (except the roof) with corrugated iron Or tin and all points in the-'VestSouthwest, and With Stage Line to and from Brooksville :" 1

thin\ as Ohio too, has done in sending All parties having any claims to settle 'with, within that portion of the city lying south, Xorthwest-formin the SHORTEST, and With Tampa daily except Sunday.
een Democrats and the aforesaid firm of Broome Street QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE to these Stage Line to and from Leesbur
Illinois! > eight Republicans. will'adjust them with W. : West of Fourth Street, ?
nltl. has dropped Sparks, but keeps Can- S. Rawson, who has assumed all debts and and north of Beach Streets. points; and with the Central and People's daily except Sunday.

:,Ikt.: t.p also he :Morrison, Springer (who would liabilities of the said partnership All ordinances or parts of ordinances con- Line Boats on Sundays and Thursdays for AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., t}
M, lu' \.-iii-. \ also Speaker l be )- Hend(' on and Thomas. J. H.MCGINNIS' flicting with this ordinance are hereby ref Columbus, and and Tuesdays Eufaula. and Saturdays With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key

11 h:'t" heard from in the coterie of W. S. RAWSON. pealed. &_ Take West and Havana every Saturday ; for New .,
; enibcrs.. with John F. October 15, 1883. Passed first reading # FLORAL CITY ROUTE, Orleans
'hiear, in the lead Finnerty, Passed September 12, 1883. the NEW SHORT LINE via the every Friday ; from Key West and!
illI"t t >tts and and Collins, of Massai second reading September 27, 1883. Central and Western Florida Havana every Friday: from New Orleans
i> f Koran, of Ohio, not far behind. Passed third reading and Railroad. every Satn: rday. .
', IIOfrt It Hilt is Having purchased the entire stock of ber 17 adopted, Octo- W. M. DA VIDSOX. :a-i' "
a'so' 1883.
al of the returned, whose care- Horses, Carriages etc., belonging to the late General With Tampa Steamship Company's Steam- _' .
'!I i the speeches of Abraham Lin- firm of McGinn's & Rawson, I shall con- FRED W. HOYT, Jacksonville Manager, era for and from Key West, Monday and ;:;
,''N.5S i It is memorable Senatorial fight of tinue the business at the, old stand and President pro tern of Council. Fla. Thursday; for Tampa and .Manatee, Monday -
: **id. made Lincoln so popular solicit respectfully Attest : WILLIAM O. AMES, and, Friday.

;III01.lg'nnniu eeo Inc )ubli the cans and subsequently the of the customers a continuance of-the late of firm.the patronage W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. Gen'l Passenger Agent, For information respecting routes, rates ...j -

i'residency. Chicago Convention for the .. 11.. S. RA WSOX. Approved. : j. MCELROY. Jacksonville, Fla. etc., apply to ; :':;; :

Fernandina, Fla., October 10, 1883. 47 F. C. SUHRER, Master Transportation, A. 0. MAcDONELL, -:.
Acting Mayor. Ticket and Pass.
Tallahassee Fla.
D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 12Y



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Messrs. J. S. Lee and E. T. Roux this Notes From Brandy Branch 22-S. P. City of Bridgeton. Hallows, Amelia Beach.

i THE FLORIDA MIRROR. week, put in the machinery and.railway in BIUNDY BRANCH, FLA., November 22. Savannah, by;W.with B.freight Tucker and,agent.passengers THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the

the new Huot steam saw mill. To the Editor of the Mirror: 22-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder 1,680 supervision of Mrs. Sweeney who will be

V.004 YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS One cannot but agree with your recent tons, New York ; with freight pleased to receive her old friends and the
The Steamship San Antonio sailed for New public generally. Choicest
R. W. South-
and to etc
comments upon the "boom" in many sections passengers "*
Reflections. York, Thursday night, with the followingcargo wick, agent. constantly on hand. tf.
of Florida and those who this
: 2,094 boxes oranges, 741 bales sea expect 23-Sch. Mary F. Carsen, Bagley New --------
or any other State to grow up like a mushroom York lumber, by Wm. B. C. At Lake's Jewelry
Mrs R. W. Southwick returned from New island cotton, 329 logs cedar, 76 cases cedar, ; Establishment.
it will be .
expect also that as Duryee.IN
York on the San Antonio, this week. 60 barrels resin, 15 barrels syrup, 280 bun- may PORT. I have lately received, and am making

The Northern mails arrive here now at 4 dles shingles, and 33 packages merchandise.The short-lived.things to boast Large of, but cities when and towns they cannot are good be Bark Signet (Br.), Yeo. Clocks weekly, fine additions Solid and to my Rolled stuck Gold of Watches Jewelry

-, ,.?p.m., nearly an hour and a half earlier than business of the Messrs. J. & T. Kydd, protected or kept alive by the industries Brig F. H. Todd, Clark. Florida Jewelrv. etc., of the latest designs,
Sch. Isaiah K. Stetson Trask.
the Centre street ; which I offer to the public at
formerly.The popular dry goods men on reasonable
immediately around them, they present no Sch. St. Croix, Fitzgerald.Sch. .
Steamship San Antonio brought out has increased to such an extent of late that reasons for congratulations, since they haveno Sarah Potter Keen. pricE'S.'V I. LAKE,

one hundred and sixteen passengers this their present fine brick store is entirely agricultural backbone to make them Sch. Fannie W. Childs, Hart. Corner Centre and Third Streets.
inadequate. They will add this winter an Sch. Rebecca H. Queen Smith. Fernandina, Fla., November 9,1883.
week. and steadfast.
lasting Sch. Geo. Churchman, Risle *.
side of their The brick
L the east store.
Mr. W. S. Rawson received this week two on There may be many ways by which individuals Sch. DeMory Gray, Brewster.Sch. .
for its construction are already on the premise Carrie A. Buckman Lawrence. Stable at
elegant and stylish double carriages for his Suites, empires and kingdoms may Livery a Bargain.I .

Egmont Livery establishtuent. acquire wealth alike-by war, by commerce, First-Class Private Board. offer at a bargain my entire establishment -
The new time system has gone into gen- there is none so! in this, city consisting of Carriages
by agriculture-but surely
During the week just closed a British I beg to inform my friends and the public Buggies Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage
bark, an American brig, and three American eral use in our city. The railroad trains steady, so lasting, so happy and so virtuous, generally that I will continue the Private Horses, Harness, etc.

schooners entered this harbor.A arrive and depart according to the new as that which has the sanction of God in Boarding-House of the late Mrs. L. M. Terms of purchase CASH.

time, and as a matter of convenience the the tilling of the soil. Without an increased Horsey. G. F. AVERT.
to New Orleans is Special rates made for clerks and table and Stable--First
through sleeper now Office Street,near Broom
same time is observed. This brings the se.ason agricultural interest in the minds the peo- boarders. MRS. GEO. DAVIS, .
said the Florida Central Street Wharf. 45 ,
it is
running on a little out of joint; the sun goes down ple, from which source all our health and Fourth Street.

from Tallahassee. This is a sign of progress now at half-past four which gives a very happiness must come to be lasting, we cannot Fernandina, Fla., November 17,1883tf.Sail Notice to TaxPayers.I .

short day for this latitude.It reasonably expect to be prosperous and
Boat Found.On .
am now ready to receive the State
Fairbanks and
Mrs. Geo. R. family re- .
is probable that Mrs. J. W. Howell will independent. Wednesday near the month of Jolly county taxes assessed for the year 1883. I
turned to their winter home in this city rebuild the store on Centre street, occupiedby As much wisdom is displayed in building River, Little Tiger Island. The boat when can be found at my office on Second street

. from the highlands of Tennessee Wednes Mr. Win. F. Wood, Jr., before the Sep- towns and cities without the support of the found was capsized, with sail set. The next to Prescott's shoe store, on Tuesdays.
owner can have same by proving propertyand Thursdays and Saturdays, when not on a
tember fire. Before the winter closes we plowshare as with the man who built his
day.We collecting tour in the country.
observe that Messrs. Hoyt & Co. are hope to be able to chronicle the completionof house upon the fickle sand-bank. While I expenses. C. J. WILLIAMS WARREN F. SCOTT,

receiving very heavy stocks of goods in their the handsomest and best business blockin am not a prophet, nor the son of an idiot Little Tiger Island. Collector of Revenue Nassau county,

line, two vessels having arrived for them the city ; sprung, phoenix-like, as it were, that I am aware of, it is to be hoped that Fernandina, Fla., November 16.1883. Fernandina Fla., November 8, 1883.

this week. from the ashes of the burned district.Prr..sbytel'ian those who come to make Florida their -

The amount of freight moved on the home, will not forget their best interest FERTILIZERS !

Transit Railroad is very large and taxes the Church. when scenting the sweet perfume of flowersin
Services as usual to-morrow, morning and
motive\ power on the road very heavily, a clime where summer ever lingers on
evening. Subject of morning discourse: I have on hand, and am constantly receiving, supplies of
while the passenger receipts were never so the breeze.
large. 'Wealth":'* in the evening: "More about The sound of the carpenter's hammer and Will nSOll'S Celebrated Bone Fertilizers,

Mr. F. W. Ansley returned from the Louis- Luther. the blacksmith's anvil have commenced on FOR FRUIT TREES GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES.
side in midst. Mr. L. W. Higgin-
ville Exposition, last week and has reopened The Peninsular Railroad fase. every our
botham has recently completed the survey of UNDER A NEW PROCESS, especially suited to our soil and climate
his Jewelry and Florida Curiosity WASHINGTON, November 14.-In the case PREPARED
Branch and the lots have been laid crops to withstand drouth.
Store, on Centre street, in the old Duryee ,of the Peninsular Railway Company, of Brandy .JJ2f"' Sold at Manufacturer's Prices, freight added.
i of the Interior has out with an eye to giving purchasers land
building.The Florida, the Secretary --ALSO IN STOCK :-
enough to have large gardens and orchards,
Roller Skating Club at their last decided that where homestead entries were Dissolved Bone: for Cotton-Seed Meal!
in order that:(it may be an agricultural as Pure Ground Bone: Composting, ,
meeting decided to give the Skating Carni- made on lands within its grant after the Potash Land Plaster etc.1t'iiT'Send .
well as a commercial town, and consequentlyon Ash Element, Muriate and Sulphate ,
val, mentioned in our last, on Tuesday, company had relinquished its right to the
the self sustenance order. Mr. Powell, for Circulars and
December 5th inst., in place of their regular tracts involved under the act of June 22, IT. SC<>TT.
of Clarke & Co. has movedin
monthly hop. 1874, claiming, nevertheless, indemnity for junior partner Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883. (;im
with his family and has commenced
the land, the lost entries must be allowed, ,
The trains on the Transit Railroad make noticeable improvements. Mr. Clarke and

connection both ways with the Savannah, the question of indemnity being a distinct family will also soon be here. Several other NEW GOODSM
question to be decided when presented.The .
Florida & Western Railroad at Callahan, families have also moved. Soon these

and with the Florida Central & Western New Schedule.By fertile lands around us .will be yielding

Railroad at Baldwin. See the new schedule the new schedules on the railways abundant rewards at the wish of the indus 00 _I O

published elsewhere.A terminating here the facilities far travel arei i trious. M d -

publisher of cuts sends us an assortment greatly improved. Leaving here at 6:15' Mr. J. Williams, while fishing a few days -, H =1 BOOTSI Lo

of grotesque, ill-drawn and senseless a.m. close connection is made with the Way- ago was bitten by a snake the effects of J

caricatures. We abominate them. The pic- cross train arriving at Savannah at 2:20p. which rendered him quite sick for several m

torial has descended now to its lowest form, days. But he is again upon his pedestaland
m., and at Charleston in time for supper.
and all decent papers should refuse to deform moving around briskly. A
Leaving here at 7 p. m. close connection is
their columns with them. made at Callahan with train reaching Savannah Mr. R. P. Powell contemplates erecting a c.: COMPLETE STOCK N
here some time during the winter. M
time standard has been
The new adoptedby I at 5 a. m. rJ2 FOR H

the Transit & Peninsular Railroad. The Going South, one can now leave at 6:15a. TOM.
time of departure. of the southward day pas- m., reach Gainesville at 12:40, and have Range of Thermometer ;

senger train, 6:15: a.m., means by our former the afternoon for business and reach hereat FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23,

time 6:51.: which is not so inconvenient an 10 the next morning, or can reach Ocala nORSEY's DRUG STORE. H M LADIES' AND GENTS', GOg

hour as 6:15 sharp would be. at'2 p. m. and return that evening. We ..." MH

We are indebted to the Madison: New Era now receive our mails at 4 p. m., receivingNew I i a;:"I L"I'i:. sr.I ::. Wind .'. 00.eMISSES: ,
for a very neat and well-compiled pamphletupon York papers the next evening after the I letI: co : r.CHILDREN'S W

Madison county. :Madison county is day of their publication. Saturday..Nov.17 54 59 60 59\\ N. O ANDINFANTS"

well worth the attention of intending set- Or if a quick night's run is desired, the Sunday ..............18 59 \ 61 62 581 N. H

tlers, presenting many advantages of soil Savannah boats leaving here in the evening Monday ............19 65 69 6R \ NE. fcM
Tuesday..20 69 73 75 E. F
reach Savannah early in the morning. 741
and climate for the agriculturist.The Wednesday..21 70 77 7 7 E. M w-| F

Mirror acknowledges the receipt of an Thursday ..........22 74 80 8Q 79 S.
and basket Death of I. W. Synett. Friday...............23.73 80 80 79S.\ .
invitation to attend an excursion M
Mr.: I. W. Synett, for the past five years J SHOEsl]
picnic to Lake Weir, given under the aus- '
assistant postmaster and money-order clerkin MABINE.
pices of the Ocala Banner, on ThanksgivingDay sPort
this city, died of consumption at the -
to celebrate the completion of the Flor- of Fernandina.
residence of Mr. Samuel T. Riddell, on
ida Southern Railroad to Lake Weir. HIGH WATER. Z
in his 34th IMPROVED ,
Saturday night
year. Nov. 2.1...... 3:47 4:08
Machine Works Saturday, A.)! P. M.
: at
The Pioneer Covington -
Mr. Synett came to Fernandina some ten Sunday, U 25...... 4:38": 4:59 h PERFECT FITTING,
Ga., manufacture the best saw mills in years ago from New England, and for several Monday, 26...... 5:28" 5.17":

America, and pay a special premium or discount years was associated in the dry goods busi- Tuesday, 27...... 6:14": 6:32" GREAT VARIETY,
Wednesday, 28...... 6:57" 7:13" 02H
on the first one sold in each county.
with the late J. W. Dickinson and W.
Thursday, 29...... 7:37" 7:54"
This is a fine opportunity for some progressive B. Thompson, in the store now occupied as Friday, 30...... 8:17" 8:32 h d
man in this county to get a saw mill very Office. For two he PRICES i
the Post nearly years c I FAIR I w

cheap.It managed a branch store of the firm at St. ENTERED. w I Io Io Io

has been suggested that the signal mast Augustine, but at the death of Mr. Dickinson Nov. 17--S. P.Tlorida. Dennett, Savannah ;
with freight and to
near the railroad offices be utilized to give he returned to this city. After the dissolution W. B. Tucker, agent.passengers N H

uniformity to the time-keepers of the city of the firm he accepted the positionof 18-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows,

by dropping a time ball at 12 o'clock every assistant postmaster and moneyorderclerk Savannah, with freight and B

day, which would be looked for as a regu- which he filled creditably till the passengers, to W. B. Tucker,
agent.19Bark J. H. PRESCOTT I
lator of clocks and watches. We hope this time of his death. He was buried on Sun- Signet (Br.), Samuel Yeo, W ,

arrangement may be made day afternoon in the cemetery of St. Peter's Trinidad; ballast, to J. C. Read. M -.".-.. -r j. ...._uig.MjB-JUurrM af----
Messrs. Colby & Rich, the artists men- Episcopal Church, the Rev. H. S. Yerger, of 19-Brig F. H.Todd, Clark, New York; -
general cargo, to various con-
tioned some weeks ago as contemplating the the Presbyterian Church, officiating. The signees. 0

establishment of a photographic gallery here remains were followed to the grave by a 19-Sch, Isaiah K. Stetson, Trask, Ban- FERNANDINA, FLA. rf1

for the winter season, arrived from New large number of his friends and acquaintances. gor ; general cargo, to various T

Hampshire by the San Antonio on Tuesdaylast. 19Sch.consignees.St. Croix, Fitzgerald Boston;

As soon as they have secured a suita- r ballast.
ble location they will begin operations. :Mr. Market Quotations of Oranges. 11 20-S. P. St. Nicholas, ARRIVING WEEKLY
271 BROADWAY N. Y., Nov. 17, 1883. Savannah, with freight and pas- -
who knows the
J. H. Prescott, gentlemen,
Receipts of oranges and lemons at this sengers, to W. B.Tucker agent. .
speaks very highly of their ability and 20-Sch. Sarah Potter, Keen, Boston ;
port, via Florida Dispatch Line and Southern -
artistic skill. ballast. SIBLEY'S SEEDSof
Express Company, for the week ending 22-S. S. San Antonio, Wilder, 1,680
AVe hope our City Fathers will give early
to-day, 8,888 packages oranges and 27 pack- tons, New York ; with freight '
attention to the drainage of the public parkon and passengers,by R.W. South- ALL PLANTS, for ALL CROPS for ALL Cl .
ages lemons. MATES. AU are tented; only the best sent out i
Centre street, where the stagnant waterin PRICES. ,wick agent. Grain and Farm Seed Manual;History and beet methodsof I
culture of Grain,Root Crops, Grasses Fodder Pup Tree _
the ditches has assumed a yellow and Oranges-Florida, per box3.50 to $4.50 CLEARED. Planting. etc only 10 ts. Anl CataloyiM and zf"of POOl SEEBS-

sickly hue, and can hardly be favorable to Palermo, per box...... 5.50 to 6.50 Nov. 17-Sch. Standard, Bennett, Washington steLET's SEEDS several HIRAM honsand S varieties.I B L EY FItEE.& CO. Rochester. N.Y. Chicago, !III.!! !
D. C. lumber Thos. J.
: the health of that section of the city, and it Jamaica, per barrel... 6.25 to 7.25 Burrin., ; by

is certainly not pleasant to the eyes of Sicily, per box.......... 5.50 to 6.50 18-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows, Three Particular .I

strangers. The general condition of the Lemons-Florida, per box..... 4.00 to 5.00 Savannah ; with freight and pas- Joints.

city as to neatness and cleanliness seem very Sicily, per box......... 2.75 to 5.00C. sengers,by W. B.Tucker,agent. Point the First.-BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is not an intoxicating com

good. but there is great need of overhaulingthe D. OWENS, Gen. Ag't. 19-S. P.with Florida.freight Dennett and passengers, Savaunah, by; pound. It is a tonic medicine, not a drink. It is a skillfully compounded

drainage as soon as it becomes some- W. B. Tucker, agent. preparation made to restore strength and health; not a beverage to be soldin

what colder weather. Card of Thanks.To 20-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallows, bar-rooms and taverns.
Savannah with freight and -
The fine steamship State of Texas has taken the Editor of the Mirror: by;W. B.Tucker, agent.passengers Point the Second.BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is free from everything

the place of the Western Texas on the Florida I desire, through your columns to return 21 S. P. St. Nicholas, -,Savannah ; injurious. The most delicate ladies and the most enfeebled infants may

Line, and will arrive here on Tuesday next, my sincere thanks to the citizens of Fernan- :with freight and passengers, by use it with perfect safety and with great advantage. While it is powerfulin
the 27th inst. The State of Texas is the fast- dina and Amelia who so kindly and gener- V. B. Tucker, agent.
its remedial it is in its wasted
22-Sch.Andrew Nebinger,Smith,Phil- agency, gentle operation, restoring
est ship yet sent here by the :Mallorys, and ously aided me in rebuilding my home lately adelphia; lumber, by J. C.Read. and imparting robust health in the most efficient manner.

has a greater carrying capacity than the destroyed by fire. 2'> -Sch. Sarah D. J. Rawson, French,
Western Texas, thus making a marked im- AUGUSTUS HAZELTON. New York ; lumber, by Payne, Point the Third.-BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is made by the Brown

provement in the service. The State of Texas Cook & Co. Chemical Company of Baltimore, a long-established house, whose reputation
Shingles.All 22-Sch. Fannie E. Walston, Barr, community.
world and the
well-known to the business general
will leave New York the following days: kinds at Philadelphia; lumber, to Hill- I is
November 23, December 7th and 21st. 38-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co's. iard & Bailey. I There is no risk in buying such a medicine. 6