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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 25, 1882
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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V. PERNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY NOVEMBER. 25, 1882. NO.1. i

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STATE NEJYS.IllUsborouoh. blighted to a degree that has made in neces- PANY.-The schooner B. Smith will start NEW YORK. Army have been in the habit of assembling j .

sary to cut many ofthem down to the ground. for Halifax River this,morning with a portion A on the steps of the City Hall about five .
Tavares Herald. of the machinery of the above company, o'clock in the afternoon when business i is
A NEW STALWART MORNING PAPER
-LANGTRY
The Government buildings at Fort Brooksare Folk. consisting of an immense cylindrical boiler I ended and the gates closed, and indulged in l
: AS ROSALIND FLAT FAILURE-THE BALL
to be sold at public auction on December6th. A hack line will be established by L. Lytle and two large flues. Mr. J. B. Duff,the constructing SEASON NEAR AT HAND. their quaint exhortations, and quainter +

One of the conditions of sale is that from Bartow to Wildwood, giving a weekly engineer goes along to put it up. songs. A few afternoons ago the army was
the buildings shall be removed within thirty service, and increasing it as fast as business A Times man met him yesterday atthe Fer- To the Editor of the Mirror: singing their soul-inspiring hymn : t +
days. demands increase. Service'will begin in two nandina depot and learned from him that NEW YORK, November 18, 1882. "All hail I'm saved !

On last Saturday Tampa had shipped;: 7,130 weeks. The charges will 'be as low as pos. the "plant" when zit:position'will not" costless A morning paper in the Stalwart interest I Oh, come and join the Hallelujah Band !1" -'.

boxes of oranges so far this season. sible, and a vigorous effort will be made to l than $20,000. Besides the boiler; there hasjust been started. It is a penny paper, when the captain noticed a young rough, '1'
will be engines hydraulic and i and has been christened with the rather unmeaning -, uttering filthy language atone of the lasses. >"J ,
One of our industrious colored farmers, meet the public wants. A package express pumps ,presses." .
whata )fr. Duff has been engaged for>several name The Morning,Journal. The Without stopping in his singing he t;
Wash. Miller, living about twelve miles will be included ; and we need not say quietly ".
northeast of town brought into our sanctum' benefit this }will be to our people-it is at years preparing fish oil and fertilizers on i capital of the company publishing it is said descended the marble steps caught the ruffian b

last week a stick of Simpson sugar cane, once apparent to everybody.-Bartow Infor Barren Island, near S* dy Hook, but, as the' to be one million. Ostensibly it is to be an independent by the collar, and when he resisted .
had matured joints, and mant. business consuming the fish on the part of paper, the leading men in it being gave him a twist, and marched him over to A
which twenty-seven
reached almost from floor to ceiling. This Putnam. the'coast so fast that it is growing more difficult Joe Pulitzer, the well-known Western jour a policeman, thirty yards away, to whom he p,

rattooned the third and The value of swamp muck hardly appre- each year toget; a supply, he and his nalist, and Stilson Hutchins. i am creditably gave the offender in charge. Then, never ,> 1 '
was year, grewon I
cane .
land, without fertilizer of any kind. ciated by our people in Florida. The state- company' have determined to try our coast. informed, however, that Roscoe Conk- losing the strain, he retraced his steps and .4'
pine
He owns 160 acres of this land which he entered ment is made that swamp muck of good qual- The company consists of Messrs. Yates, ling, Senator Logan, and other prominent commenced beating time with his outstretched -...: ,
as a homestead.-Sunland Tribune. ity, one acre three feet deep is worth $24,000. Mitche.ll, Wattles and Weidenbache, the last Stalwarts are also interested in it, and under hand. The act was so cool that ; u
This is astonishing. Our section abounds two of whom reside: i.!n Vblusia County. Mr. these circumstances anybody can see from the crowd of amused idle lookers-on invol- t

Jefferson. I I with the fertilizing material. All that is Duff estimates that the company will use up I what direction the wind is blowing. untarily applauded. ,
As evidence that the freeze" of 1880 did needed is, to work up the muck so as to about 500,000'fish per day. By spring they Well, Langtry has appeared as Rosalind in I During the present week there is an Exhibition r t j.f
not kill all the orange trees in Jefferson coun- "As You Like It," and the public and critics
available. One of muck two of at of the 1d
make it acre swamp propose to put on steamers as a part of Beauty" one Broadway ?1
ty, on last Saturday Air. Thos. Scurry three feet deep contains 2,500 tons. Few their fishing outfit; They hope to find an did not like her at all. Not to put too finea cheap museums, and men about town have t ,

brought to town several hundred as fine or- people fully realize the value of the fertilizing abundant mar n,Florida, hut so great is point to it, as Dickens' careful man said, been much amused by dropping in for half T "
anges as are grown in the Indian river coun- of matter whichlie jf-forferOHzers** t that* she made but little more than a flat failureof an hour and ( ',
elements common waste the demand they will haveno I or so looking on. Beauty is ,
try.-Monticello Constitution. right under our feet. There is a vast trouble in disposing of all they make else- it. The first performance had an im- : represented by twenty odd females, more or .

Levy amount of wealth in our muck beds, and the where.-Jacksonville bpily Times.RAILROAD immense attendance. The comprehensive less young, all in various stages banged- ,
THE SUWANEE ROUTE.-On Saturday last time is not far distant when our planters, '_ T everybody" was there, and I am sure I hairedness, who, for the magnificent sum of i

there arrived at Cedar Key a trio of visitors, fruit and vegetable growers will realize the NOTES.AN am not saying too much when incidentally seven dollars a week, show what a bit of ,

whose coming, we trust, may work a new immense value of this swamp muck soil. remark that ninety-nine-hundredths of the rouge, and powder, and frizzes, and bangscan t
era of development and prosperity for Cedar The hopeful feature about the tide of immi- INTERESTING SITUATION IN RAILROAD men and women present had come to see as do to make the human face divine.

Key and the coast country adjacent. We gration to Florida is that so many came to IATl'ERS.-An interesting situation now exists much of Langtry as the accommodatingboy's There are a number of prizes to be awarded,

refer to Mr. C. D. Owens, general agent of.. settle, or to prospect for others. With land in railroad matters at the terminus of the costume of doublet and hose would among which is a sewing-machine for the :

the Savannah, Florida & Western Railway i enough to take care of a million of people, Florida Central(& Western, (late J. P. & permit. And even in that they were disap- homeliest woman. God help the judges

Company at New York City ; Mr. M. F. i and with advantages of entering into innu- M.) Railroad, at theiApalachicola-_ .- near pointed. The Sun reporter, in describingher from the hands of the virago who will get
Plant, of Savannah, and Captain Fitzgerald, I merable new industries, and with facilitiesfor the village of Chattahoochee! and just below beauty, on the Lily's arrival in this that sewing-machine. Better were it for

men representing the solid interests of the the humblest and the poorest to work outa the mouth of the rifer of the same name, I country,said that her ankles were thoroughbred them had they run for office on the Repubcan '

South, and whose business here is mainlyto living easily, with a modicum of pluck, or where it unites with,the Flint river to form I and came very near losing his position ticket, for then somebody would have at .

convince themselves of the practicabilityof 'stick,' and with each industry as characterizes the Apalachicola river. The Pensacola and because Editor Dana thought this styleof least seen that their graves were kept green.

the Suwanee river route to Cedar Key, the Northern or Western people why Atlantic Railroad has united its rails with cataloguing the points of a beautiful As it is there will be no rest for them even ;
from the lately-completed railroad branchto should not Florida flourish in the near future the Florida Central & Western, and has woman fit only for a horse or cattle sale. On after death. ,,

New Branford, formerly Rowland's Bluff, as never before, or as many of the Western laid its steel lines to the river bank on this I Monday night people came to the conclusion 1 ,
situated on the river, at a point estimated to states have' in the past? No reason in the side. The face of the water is alive with men : that, after all, there was but little of the NEWS NOTES"i

be about one hundred and twenty miles distant world why our State should not fairly jump arranging to put in place the handsome iron thoroughbred about them. Described in --

from here by_ the windings of the forward for the next five years, now that our structure which is to,span the river. On the plain English, her understandings consist ofa The works of the channel tunnel are said,
treain. These gentlemen brought with climate and resources are becoming so wide- other side the rails ace laid Marianna and pair of feet which every lady in the house to have extended on the French side three ,- .,

them a steam launch, which was shipped ly known.-Very few passengers have any regular schedules are now run between that said were large; trim, clear-cut ankles, but and a half miles. ,.
from New York to Savannah via the Ocean knowledge of one of the finest views in town and the river. From Choctawhatchieriver calves which were decidedlymasculine in ap A cash boy in the employ of Jordan A- J

Steamship Company, thence by rail to New Florida, the Palatka Heights. It is situated : track laying is. progressing: towards pearance. Had she worn a cloak and muffle Marsh, Boston, with a smaller brother and a
Branford, where it was put in the eaters of about one mile from town at an elevation of )Marianna while beyond Choctawhatchie ie for her face, she might,judged by her lower i sister, have fallen heirs to an estate in Australia .,

the Suwanee, and with it the party floated over 100 feet. The view from this high ridge another force is laying track, rushing alongat extremities, have been taken for one of the i ,valued at nearly three million dollars. ,, :

and steamed down the noble river, callingat i takes in at one :glance a scene four miles the rate of a mile' a day, promising in a active young men of the Manhattan Athletic In the fifty years from 1830 to 1880 the

the settlements by the way, where they. square, including the St..Johns'river and the very brief time lo, Btyk; .!up with,. the force Club, whose, sole" ambition in life is, to amount of money invested in cotton manu- i I :
were received with so much kind feeling and entire town with a wide spreading green this side of the Choctawhatchie, leaving by lower the running record, and who, there- factures in the United States increased: from.. x

genuine hospitality that they expressed plain having the appearance of a fairy scene the early part of December only a few milesof fore, put on plenty of muscle on their limbsat $40,000,000 to $225,000,000, and the bales ll

themselves charmed therewith, as well as and lovely beyond expression. Ere longwe rails to lay to complete the road. the expense of roundness and symmetry.We consumed from HU,33to/ 2,000,000. ..3 I

with the beautiful scene. At Old Town they anticipate a fine drive, a shell road, and At the terminus of the Florida Central and must give the lady credit for her hon During the year ending August 31 there I

visited the chalybeate springs, which are a rows of orange trees on the streets now laid Western Railroad, at the river, another road esty, however, for she might have done what were completed in Texas 1,641 miles of rail

feature of that locality, and may some day out on that elevated spot. Just beyond these has appeared, combining to make that once a majority of the women on the stage do, road, at an estimated cost for construction ,

become widely famous for valuable medicinal Heights there is a track of country desirablefor dreary spot assume quite the appearance, called on King Cotton to cover up nature's and equipment of $44,525,000, thus giving ,, f
properties ; and at Clay's Landing they settlement, and suitable for orange culture of a railroad centre. The Chattahoochee shortcomings, and thus gained laudations the State a total of 5,908 miles at a cost of
found one of those huge, beautiful springsfor and winter homes for northern visitors. and East Pass Railroad has connected its where she now obtained but sneers. As regards 165800000. r

which Florida is famous and which at prominent Northern gentleman who vis- rails with the Pensacola and Atlantic, and her playing the less said about it the A patent has been taken out in Paris by .:

once recall the tradition of Ponce do Leon's i she Heights, said, it is a lovely spot has crossed the F. C. &; W., and is now lay better. It was such acting as one might see M. Petit for a substance called dynarnogene,

fountain of y autb. They saw the river flow- for a hotel or a residence.-Palatka Herald. ing track towards Climax, ten miles east of on any amateur stage.In intended to replace dynamite. Its manu

ing through a country covered with luxuriant Suwanee. Bainbridge, on the Savannah, Florida and a few weeks the ball season proper will facture and management are stated to involve

.forest growth, and passed old plantationsof THE SUWANEE SPRINGS.We had an interview Western Railway. Track laying on the Climax open, and it is safe to say that it will eclipseany no danger, and the cost is 40 percent.
fertile soil,almost abandoned for the previous one ever enjoyed in this coun-
many with Colonel J. W. Culpepper, of the end will commence next week. This less than gunpowder. .
years since slave labor was available,and described try. With the for private theatricals
firm of Scoville &; Culpepper last Wednes line is being laid with steel. It offers the rage At Sebastopol has just been commenced t
as their general impression, that the and the fashion of copying historical dresseson
shortest connection for the P.&A. to Savannah -
day. This is the firm that recently pur- the construction of a new government dockin
Suwanee country is capable of a great de- line miles g.a! occasions fancy dress balls will be
a only twenty-three longer
chased the famous Suwanee Spring property place of the one destroyed during the famous -
velopment, which awaits it in the near fu I than the F. C. & W. (via any city) to Jack- somewhat\ a majority. The fashionable
and in our interview we gleaned the siege more than a quarter century .
ture. As to what is expected to be done, I sonville, and it offers a line in repairs and dressmakers have already been at work for
following facts : The company proposes to ago. It will be three years in course of con-
Mr. Owens informs us that the steamer some weeks on new designs and through
available for business with and ,
build a railroad from Suwanee Station to safety struction, and it is to cost 30,000,000 roubles.An .
Caddo hell, from the Chattahoochee river, is quick despatch. The question that disturbs the kindness of one leading house lam ena-
the spring, which will be run by horse I. engineer the Rhenish which
now being refitted to run on the Suwanee us in this : What is to come of it? Are we bled to present some interesting notes on railway
and steam when
from New Branford to Cedar Key, and will power, by have been necessary.made for Ar- to see the P. & A. road, a Florida enterprise, the subject. Costumes for such occasions has had the longest experience in steel rails f
the
rangements already
make semi-weekly trips, commencing about forced through Georgia to secure a connec- will with a few icsthetical exceptions, be has made a calculation, according to which
construction of the road. The hotel is to bea
the duration of such rails
four weeks hence. Mr. Owens states that it I with tion ? It certainly looks so, for the F. C. & entirely historical. What labor, skill and average when 24-
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is not the intention to open a competingline grand one, sleeping apartments, W. is simply not in a condition to handle taste this involves may be judged from the trains pass over daily, is thirty years while
and varanda of
1,250 feet. The
a dining that of the iron rails with traffic
of travel, but to develop the resourcesof hall will be 40x100 feet. The ball room will the business, which the P. &; A. will bring, fact that, an historical costume, to be per trains is eleven a of 17

the Suwanee, a stream almost unknownto be of the same dimensions. An open court with either promptness or safety. Will the fect, must be carefully studied from paint- years. ..
the business world and to tourists, but 120 feet square will also be in the building.The managers of this line (the F. C. &; W.) sleepon ings and copied down to the minutest de- Two marriages will shortly take place
yet which holds vast capabilities both for building will be lighted by and their rights until the P. & A. has, from tail, not alone in make up, but as much as which will unite one of the royal families,
men of affairs and the pleasure-seeker. warmed with steam, first-class in gas, sheer necessity, formed other alliances which possible as to material. A charming fancy of Germany with the house of Savoy by a

Whatever may be the design, there can be ticular. The springs will be every protected par- common decency might require them to con- toilet is the dress of a maiden of the fifteenth double tie. King Humbert's brother, Prince

no doubt of the benefit to the country, and against overflow, and be made a place of tinue, even' if the F. C. & W. management century. The gown golden-hued cashmere Amadeo Duke of Aosta who wore the

especially to this section of Florida, of the resort for all seasons. Hot and cold sulphur should, when too late, try to retrieve their draped with picturesque effect over a Spanish crown for two years, and who has
. new route to Cedar Key via the Suwanee baths will be given as required. fortunes and correct1,their error by placing blue satin petticoat. The waist is worn over been a widower since 1876, has just been be-

river. The party have left Cedar Key to explore ments for the lumber and material Arrange-have their line in proper repairs? Now is the proper an India mull chemisette, and the sleevesare trothed to the Bavarian Princess Theresa, a

the coast southward, and we trust been perfected, and will commence immedi- time, for it is a mere business propositionthat close-fitting. A rich costume of the renaissance first cousin to King Louis II. of Bavaria.
they may find themselves as well pleased period is composed of maroon-silk Another cousin, the Princess Isabella, was
best canandif
ately. John C. Peck, of Atlanta of the the P.&A.will do the they
one
with what lies before them as with the Su most skillful builders in the United States the F.C.& W.cannot take the business they velvet. It is cut low in the neck, and the only a few weeks ago betrothed at the Castle -

wanee trip.-Bronson Enterprise. has been employed to build the hotel. It will go to those who can'Norcan any fair- sleeves are slashed, showing puffed under- of Nymphenburg, to Prince Tommaso,
Orange. was he who built the Kimball House in minded person question the correctness of sleeves of white satin. A high Medicis collar Duke of Genoa a first cousin of the King of
PROFITS OF LIME CuLTURE.-Mr. is with this dress made of velvet Italy. Some wiseacres imagine that the
Augustus Atlanta, and other of the finest hotels in their action. What says Major Henning and worn ;
Gottscbe, who lives about four miles the South, and it was he who built the Mr. Willard? Shall we see this tide of travel and lined with white satin. The stomacheris hand of Prince Bismarck is seen in these

northeast of Tavares, on the high pine landsof houses for the Exposition in Atlanta last and traffic flow by Tallahassee, the Capitalof richly adorned with embroidery, and projected unions.In .

West Orange, has been successful in the winter. Colonel Culpepper assured us that our fair State, or shall it go via Climax bright and glittering beads. Diamonds and an article published in one of the German

cultivation of limes beyond that of many all the preliminary arrangements had been and Waycross, Georgia? It rests with the rubies are expected to be worn with this cos-4 scientific joumt's on the effect of the :

people who have tried it. Five years ago he made, and that they expected to be ready Florida Central and Western management to tume. A well-known society lady is havinga color of glass bottles on the liquids contained -

commenced by planting the seed, and he by the first day of April next, to give a' shape this important matter.-Floridian. charming toilet made for a fancy dress in them, some interesting facts are
now has thirteen bearing trees, twelve seed- grand opening. We would add that Mr. ball, which is to come off early in January.It stated. It appears from this that liquors
lings and budded tree. From The new permanent station for the signal is from the renaissance contained in
one these trees Scoville is considered of the copied period. colorless bottles when exposedfor
one leading
he has sold this fruit service at Pike's Peak has at length been The skirt is cut short and is of
year to the value of hotel men in the United States, and when- composed some time to the light, acquire a disagreeable :
104.32 and there are yet to hear from two ever he takes hold of a hotel he means bus- completed, as well as the construction of a violet-tinted satin, elaborately adorned with notwithstanding the fact that ,.
boxes telegraph line to connect the station at the bands of silver The overdress' is ofa
have
shipped within the past week. He iness on no small scale.-Mr. C. K. Dut- galloon. they may been of superior quality be- ,
has used quantities of limes in his family, ton is to still summit of the mountain with the world be- charming gray: cashmere, looped in pan- fore being so treated ; liquors contained in j
preparing open a turpentine
and has low. The signal station is 14,000 feet abovesea nier style. The bodice is peaked, and brown or bottles 'however remain
given away a great many to his and store near Little river. A tram road squarein green ,
friends and neighbors, and there is also yet I will be built immediately, to connect the level and 6,000 feet above Colorado the neck, the right side being ornamentedwith unchanged in quality, even if exposed' to direct a ; :

upon the trees a considerable quantity of business with the Live' Oak &; Rowland's Springs, and is constructed of granite laid ribbon. The sleeves' which are puffed, sunlight. Since then, the* results in

fruit. His trees are in perfectly healthy'condition Bluff Railway at McAlpin station, three in cement, to resist the furious storms of are prettily set off at the wrists by lace cuffs.I question are due to the chemical! action of .r

and are now growing vigorously. The miles distant from the site selected.-Live that locality.----- -- --- was much amused the other day by an light it follows that red, orange, yellow, .f
lime crop in some parts of the country has Oak Bulletin. The price of steel rails has declined twenty- exhibition of muscular Christianity entirely green, or opaque bottles are essential to the

not been very profitable, and it is reportedthat Volusla. five' per cent. They are now quoted in the unlooked for. For week or two the Hallelujah preservation of liquors, while colorless-,blue.

in some localities the trees have been THE HALIFAX FISH AND FERTILIZING CoIii }!- Chicago market at $45 per ton. l lasses and the men ,of the Salvation and violet ones are to be discarded. .
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NOVEMBER. I: grasped my hand and struck a dramatic at-I all be back there together by Toussaintand traveling for pleasure. I have committedno "I certainly hope so," said I, bidding him
I titude. Mister -, I'm pleased to 've so she rattled on in the prettiest Pari- crime, and I demand to know why I am goodnight.The .

mow, bold Sagitta the Archer strides ye. Whether we ever meet again or no, sian French, at one minute going into child- thus detained." surveillance of. which he advised me

Across the autumnal skies, don't yen forget it, I'm always yer friend, ish ecstacies over the heavenly blue-of her The-Chief shrugged his shoulders. "I am was, at all events, not obtrusive. No doubt
JLnd:: whirling winds on bleak hillsides the Jedge," and giving my hand a parting little Paul's eyes, the next exclaiming with sorry," he said, "but there is no help for it. he was promptly and daily informed that I
And desolate moorlands rise, squeeze that sent a twinge up to the very vehemence against the ennui of life in the See here" and he threw a paper carelesslyacross took a room on the first floor at the Hotel de

Till all of the gorgeous tapestries, collar-bone, he seized the rusty valise.rushed provinces, then defending her favorite Zola the table to me. It was a telegraphic France, that I dispatched a table d'h6te dinner
In the mountain's art-looms wrought frantically across the track, and in another against the manifold assaults of his criticsin dispatch, and I read with a voracious appetite, that I smokeda

j. "To enrich the vale; on the buoyant breeze moment had vanished into the interior of a short, the woman talked and talked so "PARIS, October 9.-Arrest Madame Motte cigar afterward with all the ctium and sans
x To carpet the meadows are brought. third-class car. And that was my. first acquaintance entertainingly and yet so incessantly that I and male companion on train 5. froid of one who had never been the objectof

with my friend: "the Jedge." finally resigned myself a willing captive to 44 BAUVIN, Commissaire." official suspicion, and that precisely at a
t Up from his lair by the moonlit rill I to have the her conversational charms. What a guile- before 9 tired and
really never expected pleasure quarter very sleepy, and
But I not this I
am lady's companion
The startled rosbuck bounds; of meeting His Honor again. Time less little creature she'was My comm -oy- yawning at every step, I wended
{, :!:F,)r loud and shrill, on Horicon Hill, passed by, tmd when memory now and then ageur. I thought, was a cold-blooded sort of said. "I never saw her until a few hours way upstairs to bed. Certainly if my such lonely a
The horn of the hunter sounds- ago, and it was only politeness and the fact report
brought him back to me, I pictured him se- chap. He didn't even listen to what she was made of my movements, I
; ;, "The hare hides under the clover stack, rene and happy once more on the bench of was saying; if he did it was with his: eyes of her being without other escort that vouch for its accuracy in every particular.can
!4 The.pheasant and black cock call shut and with all the outward prompted me to assist her with the inspec-
his Wisconsin court-house, dispensing im- appearanceof How long I had slept I can't just say but
'Their broods to coverts close, from the track partial justice among the pines of Reshtigoor one who, having a large debit account to tion of her baggage." She is practically a : somewhere far in the night I was awa'kened

Of the rifle's deadly ball. regaling his associates with spicy recitals settle with the god of slumber, was doing his stranger" to me." by a rap at my door. *4 What now, for Heav
level best to balance the books. I am sorry, repeated the Chief politely, "
of his "Wandals"
en's sake I
: experiences mentally ejaculated
: among as jumped
in the beds
!canvas-backs, celery and Monsieur will
of Europe. But last autumn business calledme And so passed the now fleeting hours until lighting a cigarette. from the bed and turned the knob. A letter
k And that whiten the edge have to that at the
geese to Bordeaux and it so happened that I we reached Irun, where we all alighted, opportunity prove proper handed and it read
was me, as follows :
tip Of the broad lagoon ; the old fox hides time. I have no choice but to hold you and
found there within week wait to go through the customary formality of MR. In
myself to :
a informing you that from the
in the hawthorn
All night hedge madame until further orders.
before the matters I had in hand could be I I opening valises and trunks for inspection by receipt of this letter you are freed from fur-
;,, The heath-cock's to the prairie hen At that moment the little official
song busy
consummated. How to fill the week''' the Spanish officials. Our somnolent fel ther surveillance and at
liberty to
? And the whistle, loud and clear, up who, with the gendarmes had been the only depart
There Arcachon but low-voyager darted out first, leaving myself from Irun when will I
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was a question. was you beg to apologize
the
: Of the partridge echoing through glen, and madame other witnesses of the scene, whispered a
: it was late in the season. There was Royan- together. What was more for the unfortunate misunderstanding which
4 Proclaim November is here I few words in the Chief's ,
.. but everybody had gone and the hotels were than that I should offer to assist her? "Oh, 44 ear. arising from a carelessly worded dispatch has
Ir Oh said the latter, turning to me. ,
? s With sprigs of holly and ivygreenIII closed. Why not take a trip into Northern no she timidly answered,yet she evidently "Has monsieur, :yes friends or acquaintancesat resulted in your arrest and detention to-day.
and the Provinces looked forward so nervously to the approaching any If agreeable to I will do
his nut-brown hair entwined, Spain see Biscay suggested stopping here?" you, myself the honor .
i Nicollet landlord. The idea took ordeal, that I felt instinctively her refu- present to call in the
Bestriding alike nor'westerkeen my upon you morning at
None that I know of, I answered ; "it any
kt, And south winds gentle and kind; my fancy at once, and so,one October morn- sal was only a mechanical one. is not probable." hour you may be pleased to designate, andwill
;lie terapereth both to the lamb's new-born, ing found me at the St. Jean station with a "Have you much baggage?" I asked." Let monsieur think again. Is he posi- then offer you such further explanationsas
"; And turneth to smiles the wrath through ticket for Bilbao. Only this valise and a small trunk, she tive?" will, I trust,satisfy you that the error \\as,
:\ The first part of the ride through the pine- said; the check for the trunk is here." and under the circumstances a natural and
And gather the aftermath. wood clearings is, as every one knows who she produced it from her pocketbook, and question seemed rather an odd one, avoidableone. Meanwhile, Monsieur, please
.:?*;! has been that way, tame and stupid enough.I hesitatingly held it out toward me. What especially from the fact that he pressed it so. to accept the assurance of my sincere regrets
,, had to find it be- made me take it? I don't know really, but and the expression of most profound
) Oh, blessed above all men are those certainly begun so even But I had not long to think about it, for my respect -
".. ,; Into whose lives and homes, fore we arrived at Lamothe, the junction this I do know that it came very near costing presently the Chief rose, made a sign to thegendarmes RAMON, Commissaire."
"When earthly toils are nearing their close, point for Arcachon. The only passengers me dear, that same bit of paper which I and politely said: I hurriedly penciled reply on the envelope
,_ J I A happy November comes. beside myself in the compartment were an took from her little gloved hand, for five Monsieur and madame, His my unpleasant asking him to call at 9 the next morn'
',:" For them no terrors the future brings, elderly( couple, who sat at the furtherendand minutes later madame and I were under arrest duty to hold you as prisoners until fur- ing, and then went back to bed, and the
*. -.i I They fear no stormy days; looked out of the window, scarcely ever ex- in the waiting-room, with a file of gen- ther instructions are received from Madrid." soundest sleep I have enjoyed for many a

.: Through peaceful winters they enter springsOf changing a word, and stout, rather flashily darmes standing guard over us. In vain I L_May I send a dispatch ?" I asked. night. At the hour appointed,the Chief and
:' eternal thanksgiving and praise. dressed man of about thirty-five, whom, protested and demanded an explanation.The '"- 1'0." were seated together over a pot of coffee at
:J from the nature and extent of his baggage guards spoke only Spanish,and scarcely May I write a letter subject to your offi- a little marble table in a quiet corner of the
; '{ *< MY FRIEND THE JEDGE." I took to be a commis-voyageur. He had vouchsafed a word at that. cial ?" cafe down stairs. lIe was no more the official -
inspection
;; "
'. yawned away the first half-hour after our What does this mean, madame? I No." of yesterday : he was transformed intoas
from Bordeaux and had finally asked, turning to my companion. She was genial and companionable individualas
'WRITTEN FOR THE "TRIBUNE" BY GEORGE L. departure Can I take no action toward establishingmy an
dropped asleep, or appeared to, in the corner no longer nervous and timid, but cold as an and ?" one could wish to meet with anywhere.
CATLIN. identity demanding my liberty
iceberg. She shrugged her shoulders. "Je 44
Did
seat opposite mine. None at you know for whom vou were mis-
The reader will therefore easily under- u'en. mis rien, monsieur" she answered. present. taken?" he said in an off-hand after
"., It was under curious circumstances that I 44 I saw then that, for the moment it was way, we
first met my friend, the Judge,or more properly stand that it was with a sense of positive relief JIltislWUS verrons. ? hopeless ; there was nothing to do but to had exchanged_ the compliments oftlw__ ____ morn u..u
., "Do speak Spanish? I asked her.
that on our reaching Lamothe I saw avery you ing.
his of it best
according to own rendering submit with the grace possible, trustingto
*" the Jedge.1 One Sunday last summer, be- pretty young woman, bag in hand, Yes. time for redress. :Madame in the mean- No. For whom ?"
inquiringly in at the door of our Will you be so kind as to explain to "For Don Jose Solari." answered he.
ing in Munich, I took a run down to the peep? very time was. a curious study. Considering the
carriage. The glance seemed to reassure these people that there must be some mistake 44 And who is Don Jose Solari, ?"
'. .Starnberg Lake. The train was crowded. embarrassment in which my politeness to pray
I Everybody who could conveniently leave her, for, with the assistance of the conductor that you and I were mere chance trav- her had involved me, she was by no meansas Why, the craftiest and most desperate
-, town for the afternoon appeared to be doing she entered and sat down. The old eling acquaintances ; they cannot certainlywish profuse in her expressions of regret as her villain there was in the Carlist ranks. There
couple at the further end her a mo- to detain both of us, for we have nothing has been a price on his head since the
'.9 .cso, for it was dreadfully warm and there wasa gave gushing volubility in the morning would ever
Please to
in common. speak quickly "
.- in the of the cool ment's cursory inspection, and then resumed war.
have induced On
temptation mere thought me to expect. the contrary
their melancholy contemplation of the beau- madame, for the train will be leaving in avery "I feel deeply complimented I said
:breezes! of the lake!, only an hour or so dis since the arrest she had appeared calm, reserved ;
tant. ties of nature without. My commis-voyageur few moments now, and" I cannot be and at times I might almost have said 44 but how did you discover the mistake?"

As I stepped off the train at Starnberg, opposite opened his eyes as sne crowded thus" unwarrantably detained. satisfied with the situation. She had not Singularly enough, by accident. The
It would be monsieur she
useless
' past between him and me, and closed them an- real Solari was yesterday recognized at Passages -
down the lake
the steamer from said she
was landing But then
even once was sorry.
swered but I will and the per-
again with supreme indifference. It was reserved try, turning to two stations beyond here, by a peasant
., :her passengers at the jetty opposite the sta- haps it was natural, I reflected ; she might
.+ she to meand said
; gendarmes, pointed some-
tion. At the wharf gate a motley crowd of for me in the lack of more serious think that it was her being with me that had who lost no time in pointing him out to the
to study and muster on thing in Spanish. They looked at me, merely officers. He at arrested and
employment pass was once
porters, hackmen and by-standers generally smiled and did not reply. caused her arrest. But no ; the dispacth read
2iad around individual in the new-comer. '* brought back here. He was your fellow
and
gathered an Madame Motte male companion. It
a straw hat and linen duster, who was I have said she was a young woman, andI You see, she said, it is uselessandso was she who was evidently the principal traveler whom you identified last night in
it that is to she could not certainly it was. I was powerless in the presenceof office."
in their midst. I repeat ; say, my
;gesticulating violently game to be bagged-and she hadn't even
there these grim guardians, and when the train ap-
have been twenty-five, and And he then proved to be the male
drew find what the matter.
to for be
'< near was pologized to me letting me the male
a good charming ladies of acquaintance went on without us I saw through the wait- companion' referred to in the "
I tell what 'taint are many my dispatch.
w ye gentlemen, no use companion in question. Her changed man-
windows the cQmmi looking
ing-room -
who insist dn calling themselves -voyageur Precisely. A later dispatch further
-whatever, I heard the man in the duster ner provoked me. She looked prettier, if gave
He did not to miss in the least.
Illinois accent. 'Taint no use. If I hev again-in this world, at least. I have seem us fiant smile that played now and then about Solari, it seems, had traveled from Paris to

:to stand yar till Doomsday-then there also said that she was pretty, and that, too, The situation was certainly not pleasant.A the corners of her rosy lips that made me Bordeaux together. From the latter point
was a confused hubbub of ejaculations from notwithstanding subsequent developments, clear conscience under such circumstances certain she was thinking of other matters of she had simply preceded him by a way train
tthe crowd, and a manifest disposition to I will stick to until my dying day. may be all very nice, but I should have appreciated far more interest than what was to becomeof to Lamothe with the understanding that
rustle the stranger unceremoniously. At Monceux, where we had half an hourto its practical value at that raomerit me. Still, for politeness' sake I venturedto they were to rejoin each other incognito at
"Ain't thar no man about yar who can wait, all of us, except the young woman, much more had it been coupled with an say. as the gendarmes escorted us out : that point on the Madrid express."
talk English?" roared the husky voice in atone got out, the old couple evidently not to return ability to assert itself in the Spanish language "Your husband, madame-does he expect 41 Is it possible?" I exclaimed madame -
of mingled defiance and despair. for they took all their traps with them, I was sure that I hadn't ever con- you at Madrid by that particular train ?" who is she?"

Yes, here," said I, stepping forward on and a great fuss they made in doing so. I spired against the peaceful sway of His Majesty 41 My husband," she replied, laughing ironically 44 A more dangerous woman," he replied.
the first: impulse. Can I be of any service had a glass of beer and a sandwich in the the King of Spain ; wacertain! that I 4>No I rather, think not, monsieur," "never crossed the frontier. You are luckyto
?" buffet, afterward smoked a cigarette, and had no diamonds or other dutiable valuableshid and without another word we entered a carriage get quit of her so easily. Her game was a

I was,instantly the centre of observation then climbed up again to my place in the away in my luggage ; knew I was no absconding I, and were driven off to the jail. deep one. Foreseeing that a dispatch might
t The commiS'Voyageur was there be- financier or chevalier ftindustriS overtake them here, Madame kindly man
:I ;and the crowd instinctively moved back a wagon. ; Where madame was put after our arrival
step or two, giving mo an opportunity to in- fore me, but he had taken one of the now and was ready to bring indisputable proof there, I know not. I trust:: ,notwithstandingmy aged it so that in case of trouble you mightbe
-spect the individual in whose behalf I had vacant corners at the further end, while the that I was simply an innocent American pardonable subsequent disgust with her, arrested with her and temporarily held
volunteered as: interpreter. I saw a ponderous young woman-I was very glad of it-had tourist making my first-and I fervently that the quarters assigned her were more while the real Solari should go through unmolested
man of about: fifty, broad-shouldered planted herself in the seat opposite mine. hoped my last-visit to the storied land ofcloudcas'tles habitable than mine were, for she was des- and j-o escape. The plan would
She looked pleasantly from the book-I and Dons. Evidently there probably have succeeded but for the peasantat
and tall, with a round, full-moon, cherub up tined fortunately to remain for a longer pe-
-face, and an eye which, even in his present recollect it was Zola's L'Assommolr I got was a mistake then somewhere, but the riod than I was. It was about 3 in the after- Passages."
I embarrassment, was not without its twinkle in, and then she went on reading again. ; thing was to prove it. I began to be suspi- noon when I found myself under lock and But she does:! not look so dangerous" F

-of good-humor. His broad-brimmed straw I began to think that, notwithstandingour cious of madame. A lively conflict between key in a wretched little room, lighted by one said, shuddering at the woman's duplicity.
hat was rather far over toward the back of new acquisition, the ride bade fair to be gallantry and mistrust was going on in my I grated window, overlooking a paved courtin Not a bit of it. But she is by all odd

this head, his linen duster fell from his as stupid as before, when suddenly my vis-a- mind when the door opened and a busy, I which a sentry with fixed bayonet was the shrewdest and most unscrupulous of all
,/ ::shoulders to his knees like a crumpled rag, vis looked up and pointing to the window bustling little man in a cocked hat and a pacing up and down. I fervently wished I the Carlist agents. She has killed two men
his collar and shirt-bosom were badly demoralized inquired : Would monsieur mind havingthe uniform" plentifully decorated with faded had stayed behind l at Bordeaux in my com- to my certain knowledge, and only the L">,nl

by the weather, his striped linen glass open, just a little bit?" gold lace, came in, bowed with the greatest fortable quarters at Nicollet's, and I heartily and herself know how many more. We
(pants hung on his elephantine legs: in limp Not in the least," I answered, nnd let courtesy, and after inspecting both of us cursed the hour when that worthy Boniface have had her under arrest as a spy time and
and baggy f\JJds-il1 short, his entire appear- the window-pane half-way down. Will from head to foot, made us a sign to follow. had put into my head the notion of.visiting again in different localities, but in one wax
." .cauce indicated a brave and prolonged but that answer?" The gendarmes slowly brought up the rear. Spain.However. or another, by cajolery or by powerful influence \

:unsuccessful struggle with the August ther- Perfectly," she said. "I am very much It was all so surprising and ludicrous to me I I tried to be a philosopher, and she has always managed to go scot free.
-, aaometer. obliged, indeed," and then with a bewitch that in spite of the seriousness of the dilemma calmly awaited new developments. They This time, though she--"

He looked at me as I approached, and the ing smile she added : Does monsieur travel : I could not repress a smile at this my came sooner than I had dared to hope. What is the charge" this time?"

chrub face lit up with a smile of triumph as far?" first entry into Spain. About G o'clock the door was unlocked, and "Oh, political, no answered ; these

he extended a broad hand, palm upward "Only a few hours beyond the frontier," But it was no smiling matter, I soon the keeper made a sign for me to follow. A provinces are full of malcontents, and she

... fingers distended, and exclaimed, or rather I answ rcd. "And you, mademoiselle?" found. Madame and I were escorted to the gendarme was awaiting me with a carriage, and Solari have comedown here to push fire
.j there. colored Pardon I office few streets from the and few minutes later found and breed dissension, and sow all the revolu-
roared : Hurrah stranger 1 Put it She slightly. am ma- police a away a me once more
"\ Now, we'll show these Wandals a thing or dame, and not mademoiselle," she said witha railway station. A crowd of young raga- at the office and in the presence of the Chiefof tionary seed they can. The proof" against
two." '. smile. "I am going to Madrid." muffins and other idlers, attracted by curi- Police. them this time is overwhelming. "
his exultant "I don't the said I. followed thither and the bustling Monsieur he said and "So you took me for a Carlist spy then :?
The crowd laughed; outright at envy you journey, osity, us rising bowing
,j manner, and I had all I could do to repress Do you not dislike to travel such a distance little official in gold lace led the way, and politely as I entered, "there has been, it appears 44 I said"with a smile. He smiled in return.
\ a broad smile as I took his proffered alone?" finally ushered us into .the presence of a a mistake, but how or to what extentI I Yes, he said, "I am sorry ; it is too late

'\1\ .hand, and asked what the matter was. Undoubtedly," she answered with a small but ferocious-looking individual whomI am not yet fully advised. There are, how- to offer anything but apologies""But
41 This: 'ere,chap with the gold band around shrug. Mais que voulez vaut : It can't be rightly conjectured to be the Commissaryor ever, good reasons for believing that you are why did you ask me yesterday" if I
.. This cap," he said, pointing to the porter who helped. My poor husband has been taken Thief of Police. He, too, was in uni- not individual referred to in the dispatchas had any friends in town here?
ill there and his have form he immense moustache had Madame Motte's male The Because it had been reported to me thata
physicians
I :stood by holding tight to a rusty-looking suddenly :: ; wore an companion. I
i leather valise with collapsed sides, as if telegraphed for me to come immediately." an enormous nose, behind which glittered a circumstance of your alighting from the train stranger who was at the station and who
r't there were nothing in it-This 'ere chap I could not help looking at her novel and pair of piercing black eyes ; the top of his with her, and entering the railway station in witnessed your arrest insisted that you werea

:', l grabbed my valise as I came off the boat reflecting that she was taking the matter head was bald, and his long bony fingers,as her company, justified, you will admit, the fellow-countryman and friend of his. and
,.; J'esltell route. But then what drummed the desk before that that made such determined efforts to get to you,
and I want it again, that's all. You can very coolly en philo- nervously on supposition you were person. ButI
him that forme, if you please, stranger." sophers these Frenchwomen can be about him, reminded me of the oyster tongs I usedto repeat, there appears tor have been a great even past the guards-that it was necessaryto
::'! ** What are you doing with that valise?" such things see down at Blue Point in the happy mistake somewhere."" threaten him in turn with arrest, and

I asked the servant "I have never traveled alone, before," she days when I never dreamed of making a Am I then at liberty?*' I asked force.finally, to'remove him from the station by

',I The Herr told me to carry it for him," continued. Can monsieur tell me at what trip into Spain. "For the present to the extent of being ,
:.1, was the reply. hour we pass the frontier?" "And you, madame," he began, speakingin allowed to lodge where you will, but under 44Who can it have" been?" I exclaimed
"But how could he tell you? You see About two, I think. They open the bag- French, "do you speak Spanish ?'' surveillance, and with the understanding Is" he still here?
.lie doesn't speak German. gage at Irun." 441 do," she answered, adding some wordsin that you do not leave the city." "Probably. He hurried to the telegrap"
r "Yes, but he pointed to it, as much as to Fortunately, I have but little with me that language. 'That is scarcely liberty," replied I. office I learned, and sent a dispatch to the

-, -tell me to take it." to be examined," she replied, "but I am so "Ah," continued the Chief, turning to me, 44 Parbleu he exclaimed,smiling. "I am American Legation at Madrid in regard to,
Nonsense! Drop it and go," said I ; "or unused to travel, and I dread these Spanish and monsieur does not, then." doing the best I can for you. Be patient.I your arrest. I have yet to learn the reply-
"
;.. Til call an officer here for you in two min- officials. No." I replied, "only French." have suspected from the first you were not friend in need," I said, "is a friend' in
'
Ft -i utes." 44 You have no occasion for uneasiness, "Your name, madame?" the man we wanted. Did any other gentleman deed. Do you recollect his name?
; The fellow saw that I was in earnest, so madame," I said. "It i is a simple formality, Maria Francisca Motte." speak with madame on the train?" Before he had time to reply a gar on came

'lie sullenly dropped the valise and disappeared an everyday affair, and you will have no "Nationality?" None that I know of; there was anotherman up"and handed" him a card and a dispatch.
: in the crowd. trouble, I imagine." 44 French." in our compartment, but beseemed to Ah said the Chief, "your unknown
." Sich a set o' thievin' scamps I never did "I hope not," she said thoughtfully ; "forif "Married or single?" be asleep most of the time. He might have friend is outside now and sends me this. 1et'ssee !

';;{ 'ee," said the cherub, with a good-natured I -and she hesitated, "I-I-am all Married. My husband's name is Henri spoken with her while he was out once or what is it? Mon Dieu, Monsieur, looK
r: laugh. "I only wish I could talk this lingo. alone, and to whom should I turn ?" Jean Motte, negociant." twice at way stations, but he certainly ex- here. It is an order from Madrid for"your

,:.t I'm everlastin 1 ly obliged to ye, stranger. My It was said very innocently, indeed. Per- Your residence." changed no words with her in my presence." immediate" and unconditional release." "
b6*
:{{; '4 name's Jedge Johnson, of Reshtigo, Wis.t haps I was too compassionate. What man Paris." Where did this man enter the train?" And none the less welcome, said I, Ito

.t, ? J. i;. .', I told him I was and gave him my tress, whether re&Vor pretended? I recollectit 44 Madrid. got in at Bordeaux." thank for this?
if: .' -name, adding that it afforded me great pleas- flashed through my mind that she had "And you, monsieur?" What sort of a man was he in appear- "Your unknown compatriot and benefactor
tire to have protected a fellow-countryman not the look of either an adventuress or a I gave him my card and answered all his ance?" -but stop here he comes now. Do you

;from imposition. smuggler. At all events my reply was instantaneous questions, which were identical with those I described the commis-voyageur passengerto know him?"
[ "Come and let's hev somethin'" he ex- : "You will have no trouble, he had propounded to my companion. him as well as I could from memory.u'Vould I glanced quickly toward the door at the

; .claimed impulsively. madame, but in case you should, call on Were you traveling together?"he asked. you know him again if vou saw new-comer. Lo and behold It was "My
l '! I felt obliged to decline, for the boat was me." 44 No," I said. :Madame did not answer. him." friend, the Jedge."

Rt ( about starting, and I had to hurry on board. She modestly murmured, "J/
: "You don't stop over here, do you?" I then she fell to talking about other things. "At Lamothe, where madame entered the He pulled the bell-rope, the door opened, medicine made. A sure and reliable -
i t ,- masked. Did I know Arcachon? What a lovely train. I left Bordeaux this morning." and in marched my late fellow passenger proprietary tonic Brown's Iron Bitters.
"I'm a goin' to take the first train for place it was]J She had been stopping thereat Never met before?" under guard. He started at seeing me.

.: Munich," he answered. "Here's my through the Legaliais for a month to get the sea Never." "Is that the man ?" asked the Chief. School Notice.
z, '" ticket:' air, while her husband was away in Spain. That is all for the present," he said. 41 Yes," I replied, "that is he." Several good Teachers are wanted to teachin

j1 ,;. You'd better be getting on, then I told Had she any children ? Oh yes-two, but "I should like to he allowed to inquire 44Monsieurcontinued the Chief, "is now our Public Schools. For particulars,apply -
+r? "-. *him.U is your train and it leaves in they were with their grandma-at Paris. Ah! the ground of my arrest," I interposed.He at liberty under the conditions I have named. to W. A. MAHOSEY,

1 "" '. About three minutes. that dear Paris! how she had regretted looked at me, not amiably, but I trust the matter will be fully cleared up be- Superintendent Public Instruction.
l1: ,<, : So he and I shook hands again. Mist leaving it for only a month or two. If the without replying. fore morning so that monsieur may be ableto Callahan, Fla.

', ., ,H_.,'';,A' 'lier -," said he, in a pathetic tone as he bon Dieu would only grant that they might "I am an American citizen,"! continued, resume journey." Fernandina, October 14, 1882. 47tCIi



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to that demand. But from whatever FADED COLORS RESTORED.-Faded or gray I Reid; "Through the Years," by Miss R. J. free to any address. '

causes the depression arises the fact remains hair gradually recovers its youthful color Paints, Philbrick : "Reviresco," by Miss M. E.
that the market is depressed and and lustre by the use of Parker's Hair Bal- i Heath; "The Heathercotes," by Mat Crim ; PREMIUMS:

prices have fallen from ten to twenty-five sam, an elegant dressing, admired for its o Crockery, "Herzchen" by Mrs. Nora Lipman Hussey; To each subscriber remitting $1.50, the f

ner cent within the past year. Not even purity and rich perfume. "Vascoe, or Until Death," by Mrs. B. M. WEEKLY TIMES will be sent for one year. +i,

the four months' suspension was able to Hardware, Zimmerman ; Only Nora Heartley," by together with a copy of Rev. T. W. Moore's-

check the decline, and many of the opera- Real Estate. Mrs. Ophelia Nisbet Reid; "The Image of Treatise and Handbook of Orange Culture

tors are brought face to face with the unwelcome 1Yillow-Ware.T Her Mother," by Mrs. Mary Augusta' Wade; the price of which is: one dollar. To each."
fact that stocks are increasing and Elijah Bathurst's Expiation hy Miss
FOR SALE OR RENT. subscriber remitting $2.00, the WEEKLY
prices still futher declining.To P Fannie May Witt; "Make-Out-Hall a TIMES will be sent one year, with a copy ofT
meet this condition of things there country story, by Mat Crim, of Georgia;
appears subscriber offers for sale or rent his O + Barbour's Illustrated and Descriptive Workon
to be but one of two remedies remaining. THE M -S "Branly Farm, by Miss Mary"Rose Floyd, Florida, the price of which is $1.50. To I
Either entire suspension of business P of Florida; "Warp and Woof, by Miss R.
an PRIVATE MANSION, O anyone sending us ten yearly subscribers,, ,4
J. Philbrick of .
for a time or a reduction in wages must Georgia.In we will send an extra copy for a year. 1
be adopted. If the former method is decidedon On the CORNER OF SIXTH AND ASH STREETS, == vic ordering the Weekly News, state what 5S-Remittances should be made by draft: "
want and it will be sent to -
numbers of will be thrown entirely story you you,
large men containing NINETEEN ROOMS, with all or post-office order, or in a registered letter
out of work; if the latter, a strike is outbuildings and fine o aP or to any address you furnish, by mail, post- Address

likely to follow. To accept either horn of necessary Prices ic ulimutuLnnil L L age paid. "FLORIDA TIMES"
the dilemma will bring distress and want Fruit and Vegetable Garden, 3 B 3 To receive the benefit of this offer, sub- 48 Jacksonville, Fla
upon lasge numbers of the workmen. The scriptions must be for one year, $2.
situation is and does not as Postmasters and Agents are authorized to
verv perplexing the lot being 100x200 feet. The premises Legal Advertisements
yet offer any )hopeful method of solution.It suited for either forward subscriptions.
location a
and admirably
are
would undoubtedly be best for all con- FRED W. HOYT & CO. J. H. ESTILL,

cerned for the workmen to accept a reduc- First-Class Boarding House 41 3 Whitaker Street. Savannah Ga. NOTICE. ;

tion of wages until better prices prevail.- SIX MONTHS after date I will apply to

Philadelphia Times, Ind. or PRIVATE RESIDENCE, being in the -THEPhiladelphia- Judge of Nassau County, Florida,,,

immediate vicinity of the HOTEL EGMONT, SECOND STREET, SEAR CENTRE, for my discharge as administrator of the estate ...-
Times
LAMENTABLE ignorance of the history of and in an improved and improving portionof of Lewis Davis, deceased.

their own country and of their mother the city.a5Sold. stands confessedly at the head of L. A. DAVIS,
tongue is quite too general among the pupilsin only to change the investment NOW journalism in all that Administrator

the higher grades of most of the schoolsin Apply to L. DOZIER. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. makes a thoroughly complete, general and Orange Bluff, Fla., May 29,188228.NOTICE. .

the United States The .tendency of the family newspaper. It is more complete in its

systems of school instruction is to cover too FOR SALE. special correspondence and its varied contri- .
much space. In trying to teach pupils too I butions on all subjects of popular interest, -.

many things,the really indispensable branches TRACT OF LAND of 1 080 Acres, and in all the qualities of a newspaper for : WHEREAS, It has come to the knowFr
are neglected. At an examination for A known as the CASUE5f TRACT,"- the family circle and for the business man Board of County Commissioners

scholastic honors which a I'hiladelphianews- situated at King's Ferry, Fla., one mile from Groceries Provisions I' than any of its contemporaries, because its for Nassau County, that the buildinpr: ,.
paper mentions as having recently occurred"in Woodstock Mills, having on it Timber for facilities and resources are equal to every heretofore used as a voting place or precincc
a neighboring city," the pupils were Cross-Ties, Cabbage Palmetto Logs, and a want of a first-class national journal. in Election District Number Five ((5)) has* 4
found well advanced in some of the ornate been it '
quantity of Lightwood. THE "WEEKLY TIMES" destroyed by fire making fnipractK-
branches, but pitiably deficient in the most Address CHAS. W. LEWIS, -AND- ticable to continue the place as a voting:;
has nearly doubled its former large circulation -
known American
generally facts of history.
42 Fernandina, Fla. precinct ; :
during the Its contributors from
For instanccone pupil said Montcalm assisted year. It is hereby ordered that from and after
Wolf in the of and GRAINAT a week to week are among the foremost of the }
capture Quebec, this first day of November, A. D. 1882, a certain
nation, and no department of news or liter-
another the result of the
thought principal building at Hart's Road station, on tlie;
French and Indian the establishment ature is slighted in any number on any pre-
<< war was Florida Transit Railroad, be used as such* w
text. It is adapted as well to women as to
of in the American
religious liberty voting place. Said building is located ora
men hence, although its political intelli-
colonies. The Plains of Abraham were Variously THE FLORIDA ; the south side of said Florida Transit Railroad i
located in Maine and Virginia. One WHOLESALE and RETAIL. gence is full and accurate, and its political opposite the residence of ',"ebster7".
editorials free and fearless liberal provision .
,
of the ambitious was asked why "
aspirants IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY. Farmer in said District.
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is made for dramatic and musical
Providence, Rhode Island, was so called, and rpOWN literary,
matters, travel and adventure fiction i
very promptly replied that Providence was poe- -
named by Roger Williams in honor of God, try, fashions, and the chronicle of current
who had for a long time been wandering Fernandina, social events. In all these departments the I STATE NASSAU OF COUNTY.FLORIDA. t'I
J
through the wilderness." Doubtless the Get Our Prices Before Buying. pens of the best writers are engaged while '
youth intended to represent Roger Williamsas Towns on R. R. Line, selections from other journals are made with I, J. A. EDWARDS, Clerk of the Circuit.
having wandered in the wilderness, care taste and fullness that are unsurpassed. 'I Court in and for said County and State,

but he had not been taught the proper trc of And Cedar Key. THE "ANNALS OF THE WAR." hereby certify that the foregoing resolution

word Another, who had learned a little embracing chapters of unwritten history was adopted by the Board of County Com-
of that he contributed actors in the I missioners of Nassau County, at a meeting:
history, was so ignorant English GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTSOF by prominent war held '
said, very distinctly. "General Oglethorpe of the rebellion, are a valuable feature of __November 1st, 1882. I ti
____
foundered Georgia." When a pupil has been Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large THE CITY, FREE. the paper, and have become a recognized _. J. A. EDWARDS,
taught to read well, to write correct English, depository of such matters, whether from {{ SEAL }} Clerk Circuit Court
*v_ ........_/* ((50 4t) Nassau County, FlAN :.
and has mastered what we may call the. business : number of the most eligible and desirable Northern or Southern sources. This depart- ,

part of arithmetic, there is nothing of ment, as well as all others, will be kept fullyup
more immediate lasting Importance than Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for to the high standard of former years. ORDINANCE. '

the history of his own country ; and this TERMS
I should include thorough instruction in the City or Suburban Residences, FRED W. HYT & CO THE DAILY TIMES: Delivered in the For Fixing the Rate of Assessment ,

Constitution of the United States, so that all city of Philadelphia and surrounding towns for Taxation for

pupils might leave school with a knowledgeof UPON EASY TERMS. for Twelve Cents a week. Mail subscriptions the Year 188:. -
the workings of our government.ington .-Wash-
postage free. Six Dollars a year, or
SECOND STREET
Post. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to NEAR CID."TRE, Fifty Cents a month.

--- -- THE WEEKLY TIMES-Fifty-six columns IT ORDAINED BY THE CITE"COUNCIL
indus-
THE REV. DR. PULLMAN of the Church of parties engaged in manufacturing or BE
31 FERNANDINA, FLA. of the choicest reading, especially OF IfERNANDIXA-
our Saviour, New York, in his Sunday even- to meet the wants of weekly
prepared newspaper -
trial who will erect the
enterprises, on prop- SECTION 1. That, for the purpose of meeting
ing sermon, made some truthful and readers. One five
impressive copy, $2; copies, the current of said ana
City
comments on the political duties of the erty purchased substantial improvementsfor II. E. DOTTERER, v :$8: ; ten copies, $15; twenty copies, $25. Anextrc.l. the past due indebtedness expenses thereof, for the year-
citizen lie condemned the practice of free
com- to
sent gettingup
copy any person
1882, there be raised, by a levy upon the real
mitting our political interests into the handsof'profcs..ional residence, or in which to conduct their clubs of ten.or twenty. and Personal ProPertY of the citv as assessed-
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politicians called "the DEALER IN VITIUN-lJouble I -
ma- sheet
THE SUNDAY
,
of ( twelve and one-half mills Obthe
a tax ((12J)
chine," who nominate our candidates for us business. eight pages. The best known and most accomplished -
dollar follows
as :
,
on one simple and clear ruleself.inter writers contribute to its columns ....... ..
For current expenses. .. ... .1 per cent
*
est" Dr. Pullman thinks have fatal INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -
:
we a e. every week. Two dollars a year, postage For past due bonds...................2i mills.
faith in machinery in this country. We four
free cents.
single copies,
shift the responsibility upon others. The by exemption for a term of years from 1 THE TIMES; ALMANAC Manual of SEC. 2. That the ((1)) one per cent of the?

neglect of the man becomes the crime of *. ...........................................................*:. Political and other Information, publishedon tax above assessed for current expenses maybe but
the citizen. He urges that "every man with taxation, offered by the several cities and the first of January, Fifteen paid in City Scrip, Coupons cash;
every year.
the heart of a lover of his country, that the remainder of the tax, or the ((2i>
every towns. Apply to cents a copy. two and one-half mills of the tax thin
Christian soul, is bound to lay aside what- Family Groceries, THE ANNALS OF THE WAR-A royal
other business interfere and CHAS. W. LEWIS, assessed shall be paid in cash.
ever may go to octavo volume of 800 pages beautifully illus-
the polls and express his mind and his con- 'ilt"Office Beach trated. Written by Principal Participantsin Passed first reading November 9th, 1882.
cor. & 7th sts., Fernandina. Rules waived, and passed second reading: +
t science. The penalty for not doing it is PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, ETC., ETC., the War, North and South. Price, $3. 9th
November 1882. ,
,
coming upon us all in affairs which,afar off Address all letters and other communications -
seem not dreadful but which, close at hand, to Read third time and adopted November

'will terrify us." In the worst community, No. 17 Centre Street, THE TIMES, 9th, 1882. i
F. C. SUHRER
the well-disposed' and honest voters outnumber 4 Times Building, ,
President of Council-,
those who into for unlawfulor
go politics Chestnut and Eighth Sts., Philadelphia.
dishonest If the leading the Attest :
gain. men, Florida.
Fernandina .
-
moral and religious and those who have the W. F. WOOD Jr.,
greatest stake in good government would FOR SALE, Whitner Manual on Gardening.Sent City Clerk.

attend the primaries and the polls, the ma- EXCHANGE for improved city postpaid for 50 cents. Approved: C. A. HALEY,
property
.
chine would cease to be a menace or a re- OR JI&j- Orders for LIME, CEMENT and Address the Florida Mirror. 514t Mayor. ;
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proach.-Washington Post. 80 ACRES OF GOOD RICH PLASTER promptly attended to. -

HAMMOCK LAND, DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S II (.
AT PRESENT there no land trouble in this on this Island; fifteen acres under cultiva- 33T Goods delivered to any part of the

country, but labor is despoiled here as cru- tion. For information, apply to city, FREE. V

elly as iu other countries. Our great curseis F: C. SUHRER, .
monopolies. The legislation of the past: 37 Mansion House. B. NOYES. -- INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP f

twenty years has built up the great public A
robbers until they rule the country. The Groceries and Provisions. (Successor to W. A. SANBORN),

freight rates of the trunk lines of railway fix Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels
the prices of labor, the value of farm land ANGEL d FRIEND
and the cost of living. Every new railroad GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES Kiflhcys Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to it*

only adds to the burden imposed on labor; CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GBAIN, efficacy in healing the above named diseases, antE'
for roads built to compete are sure to com- B AKERS AND CONFECTIONERS,

bine; roads, that the people tax themselves Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man.. t

enormously build in order to reduce rates CHOICE Steamboat Landing, ,

by competition, soon pass into the hands of
railroad kings and join a pool. Thus the deluded Groceries, Cigars, and Tobaccos, FERNANDINA: FLORIDA. GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.

people find that they have paid their Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. r

mon only to increase their oppression. The TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in Trade Mark.Laboratory.
ring that gets control -of a road at a cost of large quantities. ""AGENTS WANTED

five or ten millions, sells another ring at Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa-
ten or twenty million ; and on all this fictitious Weddings, Entertainments, and Picnics ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.

capital the labor of the country must furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-bot- best in the world. r

pay dividends. The monopolists own the tom prices, Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881. .
legislatures, a large part of Congress, and atANGEL'S BAKERY. PLOWS. *> Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your

some-of the courts. They make the laws Centre Street, Local Agent for BANK OF. JACKSON- Indian. Blood Syrup completely cured them. ,. ;.
and they control the men who interpret and 23 Opp. old P. 0. Building. VILLE. 33 46 RUDIE CANTREL. ." I)

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : NOVEMBER 25. ITHE



FLORIDA IIRROR.'SA busineSs connected with roads, auditing accounts WASHINGTON.To the musicians, and the birds she loved so DEMOCRATIC VS. RADICAL RULE

etc. the Editor of .The J/trror: dearly was revolving in his mind illimitable The charge is made that since the Demo-

TURDA Y, NOVEMBER 25., 1888.r The county judge could be elected by the WASHINGTON, November 18, 1882. schemes of conquest and glory. He was I crats obtained possession of the State government

\ [legislature, and I the county surveyor appointed Congress will assemble in about two weeks.A quiet enough Malmaison, for a little ple-nothing nothing to has redeem been the done pledges for the peo-

'. AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITU- by the board of county commissioners number of Senators and Members have while, but so also is the panther in the jun- to the people during the days of Radical made

r t TION. ; school trustees should be elected by the already arrived, while others have secured gle before he springs.All rule.Mr.
W tax-payers of the school' district. the world knows that the Robert S. Perry in his speech at the
\r' We discussed last week some of the amend- rooms through the agency of their friendsor Empress
Democratic meeting held in New
!|, ments to the Constitution which had been The county treasurer, like the county collector by letter. Josephine retired to the Chateau of Malmaison Saturday last, referring to this complaint Iberia on

r';; generally agreed upon as necessary and of revenue, could be appointed by the The two halls of Congress at the Capitol after her divorce from Napoleon, and directed attention to the following amon<,

proper. The mode of selection of county board of county commissioners, with an have undergone their annual clearing, and that she died there on the 29th of May, 1814, other facts mentioned by him :

officers is the main difficulty which has prevented ample bond to protect the county and State. the entire Capitol has been scrubbed and just three weeks after the man to whom her During Radical rule the different classes of
the population of the State, through Radi-
ftt a more general concurrence in all the We present these views for the candid painted, and brushed to the highest degreeof heart was still faithful, and whom in his cal oppressions, corruption and persuasions

*. points which have been prominent in the examination of the people. All things con- cleanliness.The downfall, she had bewailed as "her Gid, her were constantly excited against each other:;

r$j discussion: sidered, having in view the present condi- coming session will be very brief, be- Archilles," had sailed in a British war vesselto violence reigned, and there was no peace for

'(:; The 19th Section Article V. of the Constitution tion of our population, we think we have cause it expires by limitation on the 4th of take possession of his shadowy sovereignty any Since one.the days of Kellogg the taxes levied

f* provides that the Governor shall presented such a plan, based upon a com- March, 1883, and if Congress takes a holiday at Elba. The Emperor Alexander of and the expenditures of the State govern-

t&, appoint, by and with the consent of the promise of opposing interests and views as adjournment of the usual length there will Russia and the King of Prussia had dined ment have, under Democratic administration -

::7. Senate, in each county an assessor of taxes would give as much satisfaction as any be but little more than two months for leg- with her five days previously.. The day support, been this reduced last assertion nearly he two-thirds.submitted To
j.i'a collector of other we can conceive of. At all events, let after the herself the
revenue, county treasurer, islative work. banquet, feeling sufferingfrom following figures, showing the averages of
'. : county surveyor, superintendent common the best thought of the State be given to the The President is understood to be at workon a slight sore throat, she kept her bed ; taxes levied and of expenditures during the

+- schools, five county commissioners-all of subject, not for the purpose of criticising or his message to Congress ; and the mem- but she insisted on giving audience to the terms Warmoth, Kellogg,Nicholls, Wiltz

whom hold their office for two years. demolishing the suggestions of ourselves or bers of his Cabinet have their annual reports famous flower painter Redoute, whom she and McEnery : Tax Xxpmdi-

'' Section 9, Article VI. provides that the others, but to indicate, if possible, some- in an advanced state of preparation.It had sent for from Paris to make a drawingof Levied. tures.

Governor shall appoint county judge, who thing better. Let those who can suggest is said that the President will make some freshly-plucked flowers, which she Warmoth, '69 to '72.$3,965,659 $5.804.452
hold nothing better themselves, reflect the had wished to have limned. She watched Kellogg, '73 to '76........ 2,878,988 3,262,261
..;' shall his office for four years ; also as upon civil-service reform a prominent feature of Nicholls, '77 to '78...... 2,125,688 2,427,932
}; many justices of the peace as he may deem difficulties of meeting all views, and that, his forthcoming message,urging prompt and him from her bed at his easel sketching, remarking Wiltz-McEnery80-81. 1,081,332 1,450,000

proper, who shall hold their office for four in fact, society lives by compromise, and by positive legislation on the subject. that the poor flowers had only a This does not include the license tax.

'. ; years. taking the mean of differing ideas and meas Secretary Lincoln.wilf. in his annual re- few hours to live but that she hoped herselfto Mr. Perry claimed, and justly too that

,.*,;! Section 19, Article VI., provides that the ures. port, recommend that no river and harbor be very soon well again. Four days afterwards the the above restoration reduction of peace of taxation in the alone State and

j. Governor, with the advice of the Senate, THE PRINCIPLES OF THE DEMOCRATIC bill be introduced in the coming session of she was dead. Her ashes lie in the sufficient to maintain the Democratic party were

/ shall appoint in each county a sheriff and a PARTY. Congress. He states that it will be impossible little church at Rueil, with those of her in the confidence of the people.-Louisiana

'' clerk of the circuit court who shall also be The political revolution which has swept to expend the amount appropriated last children, Eugene Beauharnais, Viceroy'Italy of Sugar-Bowl.

clerk of the county court and of the board has session during the present fiscal year, and and Hortense, for some time Queen of
1 over the country given a new importance GOVERNOR BUTLER'S DIAGNOSISA
: of county commissioners, recorder and ex- to the enunciation of the underlying the balance, probably, $8,000,000 or $9,000- Holland, and mother of Napoleon III. Bya
have tried
good people to
auditor of the their 000 will be carried to the credit of next strange fatality Napoleon I. once againset many explain
.y officio county, holding principles, the practical profession of which, over what has ailed the Republic under Republican -
office for The not made with foot in Malmaison after the death of Jo-
our years. and the practical and successful workings of year. appropriations are dictation during the last ten years. One
A board of public instruction in each reference to any given year but are subject sephine. He came thither after Waterloo a man said it was Ccesarism under Grant ; an-
which in the hands of Grover Cleveland
county, to consist of not more than five gave I to drafts when wanted. Sometimes a year fugitive from the Elysee, and stayed in his other that it was chronic weakness under
him the immense popular vote which hasso Hayes ; and finally, there have been people
members, is provided for by Section 10, Chapter astonished the country.A I. or two elapses before the work is begun for old home just four days. There he confidedto who declared that the whole trouble was in

176 of the statutes. They are appointed patty claiming the confidence of the which provision is made. There was $4,000000 ,- the custody of banker Jacques Laffitte Don Cameron's toothache. But these are
'" by the State Board of Education on the on hand when the last bill was passed. the six francs which constituted the bulk of all the diagnoses of specialists believing in a
country must of necessity go before the local trouble and
I people a local cure. Governor
nomination of the State Superintendent of The appropriation is a permanent one, the his fortune. He left Malmaison for Roche-
with certain definite aims and purposesby Butler is no specialist and has no narrow or
Public Instruction and the recommendation which it purposes to administer the affairs balance from one year going over to the fort, for the Bellerophon and Plymouth provincial ideas. In fact for a Boston man

',:i of. the representatives from the county. of when in next. The engineer officers believe that the I Sound, for the Northumberland and St. Helena he is unusually cosmopolitan, and his no.
.
government placed
Trustees of school districts are appointed power. amount now to the credit of the work will : and yet more fatal house of evil Long- tion of our national trouble as given in an
The day has gone by for glittering. general- interview proves plain enough that while
the board of instruction all that is under unless. wood. In the days of his power he had set-
by county out now way,
\ 0 upon ities or vague platitudes. It is true thereare carry he has been bestowing a good deal of atten-
the recommendation of floods accidents should tled the estate Malmaison absolutely on tion the how to
.1, the patrons of the now before the people few questions on unexpected or occur.PostmasterGeneral on question, get away with
school." Josephine ; and at her death her heirs sold Beacon street and the Boston Common, he
which men or parties are rallied in defiant Howe will recommendthe
has not forgotten the larger issues of the
.. The only officers in any county subject to and decided opposition. But, nevertheless, establishment of postal saving banks, the property to a syndicate of bankers. The whole country.In .

election by the people are the constables, the public will demand a definite line of postal telegraphy, and the sale of stamped house had been partially pillaged by the one word, Butler says it is a sort of

upon the basis of one for every 200 registered policy, the reform of abuses, and good faithin envelopes at three cents each. This last rec- Prussians; and the bankers appear to have universal official Unprincipled extravagance,
with all the little intrigues and shameful
., called in the "bande noire an associationof
voters. carrying out professions of economic and ommendation does not seem to meet with dishonesties and troubles incident to that
.,:I In most of the other States all the county honest dealing. great favor, especially from young ladies, dealers in "brie-d-bract" who made havocof sort of profligacy. The man who points

". officers Are elected by the people and that is Ex-Senator McDonald, of Indiana, is one who spoil a package of envelopes before what remained of the sumptuous furni- out that the system of taxation as managedby
ture and decorations. In the early days of the party "lie has resulted in a
opposes
undoubtedly the mode most in accord with
: addressed to suit them. Thereis
of the ablest and one of the best men the they get one
collection from the people of $1,000,000 for
the Second the Chateau of Malmaison -
the character of our institutions. The objection West has ever sent into our national coun- a strong sentiment in Congress in favor of Empire every working day in the year and remindsthe

;** to it in this State is that in some cils. He is credited with the following time- the reduction of postage to two cents, thus passed into the occupancy of Maria people that this vast sum of money has
counties the non-tax-payers would control I Christina of Spain, the widow of FerdinandVII. to come from the middle classes and work-
ly and terse enunciation of Democratic principles I making it as cheap as the postage rates of
., and the mother of the extant ex-Queen ingmen, has put the thing in a nutshell.
all the rights of of the
.' property tax-payers which in England France and Germany..
speak no uncertain 'manner Butler states that in his judgment free trade,
i without redress or provision for relief. of what the Democratic party purposes to do: Those who have had most experience in Isabella. Who its next occupier to be is a were it possible is the best thing for alland,

-.: ,-1 When the population of the State becomes Congressional methods regard it as improbable secret known to but the purchaser and his just as frankly that free trade in this country -
q f distributed so that the colored race shall standard.The tariff must be reduced to the revenue that definite or comprehensive tariff discreet notary. It is only to be hoped that is impossible. He thus places himself

:[ not in of Taxes must be levied any the new owner, whoever he may be, will refrain square with all parties on tLe great leading
preponderate so largely portions only for the supportof legislation will be enacted at the coming question of the future.
I the State the election of the county officers the Government.All session. Its limited duration precludes the from turning the Chateau into a res- Butler is not different from other men in
expenditures authorized, by Congressmust taurant, and what remains of the groundsinto planning long ahead. He long
a
i should be given to the people. But as a possibility of such full discussion and con- way ago
be for National and
purposes, for no told the Republicans of Boston that he
a casino, after the fashion of the defunct
I to meet the difficulties
temporary provision other purposes, and economy must be enforced sideration of the numerous interests involved meant to be Governor of Massachusetts, and
,'} of the present situation, we suggest that the in all departments of the Govern as must take place before any gen- Jardin Mabille. he has outworked and outwitted them all.
sheriffs, who are executive officers, and ment. eral tariff become law. Andso - His interview is a plain bid for the Presi-
measure can a
a.t The interference of the Federal Adminis- The terms of twenty-six United States dency, and this is an age of surprises.-Philadelphia
ought, from the nature of their office, be as tration in State elections and State affairs, so the idea seems to prevail here among Senators will expire next March. Legisla- Times. Ind.

\ little subject to the popular will as any offi overwhelmingly rebuked in New York, must those best acquainted that, if it be really tures chosen last year have elected new Sen-

of cers, should be appointed by the Governor cease. the desire of both political parties to have ators in Iowa Louisiana .an'd Virginia, and
As all laws reelected Senators from Kentucky and )lis- WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH.
soon as possible authorizing
I! and confirmed the Senate that the clerks
by
; the tariff promptly and comprehensively revised -
Federal action beyond the limits of the Con- sissippi. Of the Legislatures already elected
of courts be appointed by the Circuit Court stitution must be repealed. and modified the only practical means this year in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, THE SCHEDULE OF REDUCED RATES.

Judges, which was formerly the case in Political and official honesty must be made of doing so would be to have a bill passed Maine, Oregon, Rhode Island and West Vir- We have received from :Mr. Henry Griffith -
.'I\ nearly all the States, and is now the case in the test of eligibility to office.In session for the meeting of ginia, one (Oregon) has elected a new Sena- the efficient manager of the ,,Western
next providing
short, we must merit as Democrats the tor, and another(Rhode Island) has reflected Union Telegraph Company a schedule of
: the United States courts. In large counties, confidence which has been reposed in us by the Forty-eighth Congress in March nexj Senator Anthony. Of the twenty-two Leg- the new reduced rates adopted by the com
I a register of deeds might be elected or appointed the people.It for'the purpose of cqnsidering and acting on islatures elected on the 7th inst., the following pany, and which went into effect yesterdayat

as the Legislature might provide, is not difficult to understand the tariff the subject. named elect Senators when they meet: noon. The general reduction is about 25
Colorado Delaware, Illinois, Kansas, Massachusetts per cent., and is voluntarily made by the
as a separate office. question as thus presented. A tariff for rev- Naturally the first business in order to be Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, company.We .

The judge of the county court might safely enue is not free trade, and is not a tariff for dealt with by the House of Representativeswill New Hampshire. New Jersey: North Caro- append herewith the rates to such

be elected by the people for a term of six protection. It means that the ex- be the 'disposition of about two hun- lina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. points as are of especial interest to our people -
necessary The following table gives the names of the and with which there is almost daily
and the duties of of
I years, superintendent penses of the Government shall be mainly dred Senate bills now lying on the Speaker'stable. retiring Senators (Republicans in Roman, communication by wire :

schools attached to the office. borne by a tax or duty upon articles imported Many of these are simple in their Democrats in small caps, and Independentsin Per TenWords. Each ad-

The office of county tax-assessor might into the country ; that its provisions shall character and are practically covered by favorable caps), the names of the senators-elect: and dit'l Word.

well be changed so as to have two tax-asses- be so adjusted as to give incidental protec- reports from House committees on the political complexion of the new or old Alabama................ .....50 cents 3 cents

sors in each civil district to be elected by tection where it is for the interest of the the same subject. An effort will be made to Legislature: Senator. Senator-elect., District of Columbia......60 cents 4 cents
I peo- State. Present Florida........................50 cents 3 cents
the of the district who should -
people receive .
ple that certain manufactures should be sustained pass, at least, those which involve no appro- Alabama JOHN T. MORGAN New Leg. Dem.
I Arkansas . .A. H. GARLAND New Leg. Dem. Georgia (maximum rate.50 cents 3 cents
a per diem for their services, and assess in their certain priation of and others will be sent Colorado . Henry M. Teller Old Leg. Rep. .
incipiency, or pro- money, . Louisiana ...... .......... ...60 cents 4 cents
Delaware. ELI SAULSBURY Old Dem.
,I the property in their district only subject to ducts of the soil encouraged in their infancy.If to'proper committees. Georgia . BENJAMIN II. HILL. New Leg.Leg. Dem. Maryland......................60 cents 4 cents
revision by the board of county commissioners the Democratic party will plant itself Illinois Iowa .. .. .. .. ..1.DAVID W.!McDill DAVIS. .. .. ..James New Leg.F. Wilson.Rep. Massachusetts...............75 cents 5 cents
I board of The advantages Kansas . V. B. Plumb . Old Leg. Rep. Mississippi....................60 cents 4: cents
I as a equalization. upon the principles here enunciated it will PARIS. Kentucky .. .. .. ..JAMES B. BECK .JAMES B. BECK. Missouri .......................75 cents 5 cents
Louisiana. William Pitt L. GIBSON.
Kellogg.
I of having local tax-assessors in command the confidence of the country.The To the Editor of the Mirror: Maine . William P. Frye. New Leg Rep. New Jersey......... ...........75 cents 5 cents
J each civil district or precinct are obvious. people believe, and have every reason, PARIS, November 5, 1882. Michigan.Massachusetts. .. .. ..Thomas George F.W.Hoar.Ferry.. .. ,.Old Old Leg.Leg. Rep.Rep. New York.....................75 cents 5 cents
The service would be well performed, and which will be Minnesota . William Windom Old Leg. Rep. North Carolina..50 cents 3 cents
:Malmaison the edifice ever
to believe that the of the
expenditures ,
I gov- Mississippi . L. Q. C. LAMAR L.Q.C. LAMAR Penns.lvania..75 cents 5 cents
the than under our Nebraska. . .Alvin Saunders. . Old leg. Rep.
expense no greater pres- ernment have become enormous, wasteful memorable as having been the residence of New Hampshire E. H. Rollins . Old Leg. Rep. Rhode Island..................75 cents 5 cents
ent system, which is, undoubtedly, a failure. and corrupt. That tin public treasury has the Fjrst; Napoleon and Josephine. has just New North Jersey.Carolina.. .. ..J.MATT.R. McPHERSON W. RANSOM. New Old Leg.Leg.Dem.Dem. South Carolina (maxi-

The collector of revenue should be chosen been given over to the assaults of those who been sold at auction for about $90.000. Josephine Oregon . L. GROVER . Joseph N. Dolph. mum rate....................50 cents 3 cents
Rhode Island. H. B. Anthony. . H. B. Anthony. Tennesse........................50 cents 3 cents
the commissioners and should South .
Carolina. M.
the C BUTLER Old
by county celebrated"her installation at Leg. Dem.
..... are intent on plunder, and aim to live off of Tennessee . ISHAM G HARRIS New Leg. Dem. Texas (North)...............75 cents 5 cents
give bond in an amount ample to cover all the people's money. That jobbery, such as Chateau of Malmaison by a brilliant fete. Texas.Virginia. .. .. .. .' .. ..]RICHARD. W. JOHNSTON COKE. .. .. H.Old Riddleberger.Leg. Dem. Texas (South)................. 1 dollar: 7 cents
collections. He should be required to pay the Star Route thievery Las become com- On the day of its being held the news ar-, West Virginia HENRY G. DAVIS. New Leg. Dem. Virginia........................60 cents- 4 cents
West .................. 5 cents
over all moneys in his hands every thirty mon in all the departments of the govern- rived that Napoleon' had returned to Cairo The Senate at present (counting the vacant Virginia 75 cents

days, under penalty of fine and dismissal ment, and that there is a necessity of sweep- from his Syrian expedition. Early in Octo- Georgia seat in the Democratic list: ) is composed The rates to near offices in Georgia and
: of thirty-seven Republicans thirty- South Carolina are 25 cents for the first ten
from office. ing reforms. They entrusting the ber, 1799, Bonaparte' himself made his appearance -
purpose seven Democrats, one Readjuster, and one words, and 2 cents tor each additional word,
The board of county commissioners constitutes Democratic party with this work of restor- Malmaison.. He had left the Independent. Of the twenty-six: retiring and 40 cents for the first ten words and 3

I the local legislature of the county, ing the government to first principles.A army. of Egypt to take care of itself as it Senators, eleven are Republicans, fourteen cents for each additional word.

and every property-owner is most largely best could under Kleber. He had hastened Democrats, and one Independent. Three NIGHT MESSAGE RATES.

interested in having this board well filled PENNSYLVANIA jury has rendered a ver- home without leave, to plot against and to adjuster Republicans have, three been Democrats elected to, and seven one of Re-the Where the The night Where the The night
is is
rate is
day rate rate is rate
by good and competent men. The present dict which if not overturned by some med- betray the Republic, and to make himselfthe vacancies, the Democrats gaining a Senatorin 25-2 cents 25-1 cent 65-4 wry cents 40-3 cents

number of commissioners fixed by the dlesome appellate court, will establish the absolute ruler of France. His residenceat Louisiana and losing one in Oregon (to 30-2 cents 25-1 cent 70-5 cents 50-3 cents

Constitution is too small. Every precinct right of every woman in that Commonwealth Malmaison has frequently been dwelt the Republicans) and one in Virginia (to the 35-2 cents 2.'>-1 cent 75-5 cents 50-3 cents
I Readjusters.) Four of the
I new Legislaturesare
in a county should be entitled to a county to determine her own age. This happenedin upon by his biographers as the most tranquil I. Democratic and.one is Republican. 40-3 45-3 cents 30-2 cents 80-5 cents 50-3 cents
cents 30-2 cents 85-6cents 60-4 cents
% commissioner, to be elected by.the votes the case of a lady who elected, in an application and consequently the happiest period 50-3 cents 30-2 cents 90-6 cents 60-4 cents

of tax-payers only. Men who pay no for life insurance, to be ten years in the life of this extraordinary man ; but The great observatory built and equippedby 55-4 cents 40-3 cents W-6 cents 60-4 cents

taxes are not entitled to appoint the body younger than the number of years she had with that pleasing inference Isabey's well- ex-Governor Washburn as a gift to Mad- 60-4 cents 40-3 cents 100-7 cents 70-5 cents

by which county taxes are to be levied. lived. The company alleged fraud in mis- known picture, representing Napoleon halt isonVis.( .) University, will be ready.for Savannah News.

The non-tax-payers have their represen- statement of age, but the gallant jury decides ing in a quiet stroll in his garden, may have presentation and use as soon as the imported -- -
Over 1,000 sugar-houses through twenty-
tation in the Legislature of the State and : that a woman's age must be just what had a great deal more to do than had strict meridian circle, which cost $4,200, and ,
seven parishes in Louisiana are now in op
r and the State offices. The board of county she says it is. In social affairs it can do no historic fact. ,The first consul.certainly looks which has just arrived, can be tested. ,
Laborers
eration. The welfare of at least 150,000 -
I commissioners thus constituted would pre- harm for a veteran widow or a mature spin- calm and even benign enough. His thoughts,
depends the result of the present
sent no motive for the selection of other ster to pass at her own figures, but when were you to pin your faith to the suave Russia has concluded a new loan for $40- upon
work and
$40,000,000 of capital are
than the very best men in each county. The they come to making contracts in which the lines of the painter, might be running on 000,000, which brings up the total of her awaiting the returns on the investment.

expense would be no greater than at present interests of the other party are affected by things no more noxious than melons and as- outstanding debt to $2,765,000,000. What is

as it would be unnecessary for the full their age, women should be required to deal paragus, summer-houses and fountains. He most noteworthy is the fact that her debt New Information to Florida.

board to meet more than twice a yearonceto justly. In the insurance business,as in matrimony looks as pacific as Daniel Webster on. his has almost doubled since 1872 the annual One hundred and ninety-six pages of new

levy the tax, and next to equalize it. Intermediate age is a serious consideration. We farm. In reality, Napoleon at Malmaison, deficit in her finances averaging $120,000- matter, with map for 1882. Send six cent

meetings, to consist of county doubt if this chivalrous verdict is permittedto while his graceful and accomplished sponse 000, whereas twenty years previous it was to R. C. LONG, Tallahassee, Fla., or to C.

''judge and a limited quorum, could transact stand. was surrounded by the poets, the painters i only$55,000,000. DREW, Jacksonville, Fla.



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THVRLOW! WEED DEAD. '.- ,> ", FALL ?
: \"'" ">'' '1ot! J'": .' -, ,- ,;. 1882.1 J. & T. TC TITH I FALL 1882. -

A BBIIF SKETCH OF VETERAN JOURNALIST AND .
NOTED MAN. I I.
Niw YOBK.No\"ember22.-Thurlow Weed HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS J. & y
died this morning at 8:55.: T. KYDD ;t
Thurlow Weed was born in Green County, ftO
York, in 1797. He learned printing in ;Ca
New to
Furniture Furniture attention
Catskill, served in the war of 1812, and for We invite your our Have and are weekly receiving their immense Fall Stock,of O r,

ten years edited various journals,the last being o K [
the Anti-Masonic Enquirer in Rochester. 1 Glassware
I. anti-Masonic agitation in 1828 FURNITURE Crockery ,
In the great CO SILKS BROCADES | DRESS GOODS
and 1829 he was a prominent leader,and was! 0} fflO fl1 ,
twice elected to the Legislature by the anti- and offer our Goods in these lines as low as
He edited the Evening
party. Albany -
Masonic Journal and was a pohtlcalleader, first FRED W. HOYT & CO. the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of FANCY GOODS, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, 0I'

as a Whig and afterward as a Republican, very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, b ''I
till the opening of the civil war. He went
abroad in 1862 in a diplomatic capacity, andin Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin --
he became a resident of New York ; HATS GAPS BOOTS SHOES
1865 PARLOR SUITSIn Chamber Sets all colors; WoodenWare ,
Citv. For the past year he has been in failing -
health. It was understood that he was Ebony and Raw Silk, of all kinds; and Housekeeping -
writing autobiography,and the work was Utensils generally. ftft Trunks, Valises, Blankets and Comfortables.
looked for with curiosity and interest.-Florida Black Walnut
Daily Times.HUNDREDS. Chamber Snits, FRED W. HOYT fc CO.
-t .
Black Walnut
OF MILLIONS OF LOGS .el

Marble-Top' Centre Tables, HODSEKEEPINGGOODS
CLOSE OF A MOST PROSPEROUS RAFTING SEASONIN ,
MICHIGAN. Hat Racks, What-Nots,

The last log of the season of 1882 was Painted Chamber Suits Books and Stationery. H A full and complete stock at VERY LOW FIGURES.
rafted by theTittabawassee Boom Company,
East Saginaw, Michigan, on the 19th. The i (Latest Patterns),
season has been unusually favorable for HORACE DREW ck3
handling logs,and the results are the largest Rockers, Chairs..
record. The Tittabawassee Company has' Stationer, CLOTHINGCLOTHING
on Bureaus, Tables, Bookseller !
handled about 019,000,000 feet. At the commencement i Printer and Binder. L
of operations last spring there Bedsteads, Mattresses, -
feet of old in the
were 800,000/.100 logs A large and handsome. stock of latest styles,
streams i: now there is not to exceed 50,000- Bolsters, Pillows, School Books and Orange Wraps 00.
tOO' feet back.
The Rifle Boom Company has rafted out Spring Beds, NOW A SPECIALITY. ftO From LOW-PRICED to FINE Goods.
of Rifle river nd tributaries the present season Office Chairs and Stools, ;
100,000,000 feet of logs, and there were .

back last spring 18,500,000 feet. Cradles, Cots, etc., etc. Teachers O.
33Liberal discounts to and
The Saginaw river saw mills are all in operation #
and will not shut down until De- Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on 'Orders by mail receive prompt attention, and carefully filled by

cember 1. The product of the year is 1,000- application. R

000,000* The price feet.of lumber is steady and firm for FRED W. HOYT & CO. 59 W.JACKSONVILLE BAY STREET, FLA. eDck: T. K"yLL) ,

good> stock. Sales are light, and made to
hold on dock until next season. Good lum-
ber is in demand, but there is not much call SPECIAL NOTICE. New York Office, 83 Walker Street, I FEBIAIDB1, FLOI IDI.
for coarse stock. In the neighborhood of FURNITURE !
300,000,000 feet will be held on dock until ,

next season. The year has been a prosperous FALL 1882. | J. & T. KYDDI FALL
one to manufacturers, as lumber has sold Fllrllitllre.ESTADLISIIED .
Furniture Messrs. E-de V. Vermont & Co.
readily at good prices, and in consequence ,
lumbermen are in good humor and fat
purses. A full stock of logs will be carry put in PUBLISHERS, F W. MUMBY. J. N. C. STOCKTON. R. D.

for next year's cut of the mills. The lum-
ber shipments for the season by water alone Of 76 Chambers St., New York, MUMBY, STOCKTON &
will be considerably in excess of 800,000,000feet.
I1\.IPORTERS.
Shingle mills are shutting down. The ACKNOWLEDGED REGULAR COR-
season opened with prices firm and active OF 400 NEWSPAPERS The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States.CROCIERY ,
and a good demand. During the last sixty in the United States and Canada, are
days there has been a decline in prices, the now prepared to send their CHINA AND -' ;

demand has fallen off, and the mills are :Lamps, Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods,'
holding large stocks over. The seasons:; pro- PRIVATE FINANCIAL. LETTER
WillowWare, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc.
duct will aggregate about 325,000,000 feet.- 1875.
SOLE STATE AGENTS FOR THE :MONITOR OIL STOVES.
Telegram to the New York Sun. FROM NEW YORK CITY Jj2iJ"
i Dinner Sets, $15 to $75; Tea Sets, $4 to$35; Chamber Sets, $3 25 to$25; Parlor ?
$1 25 to $15; Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $1 50 to $8. Table Cutlery 1
AFTER all it is not so much the reductionin DRUGS = sealed all INVESTORS !
= white to
under
)
( envelope -
taxation which signalizes Democratic, who I Ware, Tea Trays, Coffee Urns, Pots,etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to )
desireto
OR SPECULATORS
may Restaurants,"Dars, etc. MUM ny, STOCKTON &
marked as that has been. It is rather in the AND receive, weekly'the LATEST INFORMATION -
more faithful and vigilant enforcement of !- concerning 48 No. 13 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE,
the law; in the greater security to person MEDICINESHORSEY I
and property that Democratic rule has been .- (- THE STOCK :MARKET IN THE :METROPOLIS.
most distinguished, and these elements S. B. HUBBAKD & CO.,
which are the essentials and first requirements
of all goods government, are the pri JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
mary cause of that prosperity we now enjoy, & CO., hINTS' AND POINTS
and without which any taxation would be \ THOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN i

onerous were it even less than half the pres- furnished to SPECULATORS concerningthe vv Hardware, Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints
ent rate. Indeed, when we analyze the probable rise or decline in stocks. Also .
-I I PHARMACISTS F
question of taxation it will be found that RELIABLE AD VICE to INVESTORS AND
03T PUMPS, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, SUGAR :MILLS, RUBBER AND
rate is high which cannot be paid without CAPITALISTS concerning
any -
BELTING STEAM GAS FITTING PLUMBING TIXSIITIIING.ji.1r .
AND AND
pinching the tax-payer, and any rate is Centre Street
,
low which can be easily met. The Irish- SECURE and PROFITABLE INVESTMENTS.: AZARD'S POWDER BARBED FENCE WIRE. al'i
1 man's chickens were costlier at ten cents in FERNANDINA, FLORIDA,
Ireland than they were at twenty-five centsin
America because in Ireland the ten cents KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- River and.. Ocean Steamboats. j
were scarce, while twenty-five cent pieces of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN I NOTICE.-E. DE V. VERMONT & Co., not --
abounded in our more favored land. Democratic and DOMESTIC
being connected-directly or indirectlywith -
rule in Floriua is not only cheaperand any Brokers' or Bankers' business,give MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP !
better than Radical rule,but it has. been Drugs and Chemicals their information and advice with full im-
productive of )prosperity throughout this partiality, without being influenced in the
State which today enables the tax-
average least interest.
Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, by personal
payer to pay one(dollar in silver with greaterease Letter sent regularly by Monday night'smail
than he could have paid fifty cents under in closed for thirteen FLORIDA AND NEW
Proprietary and Fancy Goods, envelope, consecutive i
Republican rule.-Tavares Herald.
weeks, on the receipt of the. sum of ONE
-- FINE TOILET ARTICLES, DOLLAR sent to

E. de V. VERMONT & CO.,
PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., ...
PUBLISHERS,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
38-tf VG Chambers Street, New York.

OY44wGGy ,{ Physicians' Prescriptions
ONLY $1.00 A YEAR!
carefully compounded with pure

Drugs, at reasonable prices.DR. .

11 ,, THE FLORIDAWEEKLY -

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dI J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. 32-Coliimn Paper.

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-f'{ <-+t-41 1 i I II i Ml -I II Mi"HH' II IMM M things from the previous six -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS
issues of the DAILY TIMES,which is universally -
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State news is fresh and full; it comprises CARONDELET, 1CO8
Street, near Depot, telegraphic dispatches from all parts of the .
world up to the hour of going to press; and WESTERN TEXAS, .. 1,210
FERNANDINA its comments upon current events are pointed -
FLORIDA. and instructive.

Special attention is given to all matters .
pertaining to the farm and household; and
S ABSOLUTELY PURE its market and weather reports are invaluable ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW
to merchants,planters,and fruit growers.
I In all the qualities of a newspaper for thefamily -1 i
POWDER DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED circle and the business man, the
FLORIDA WEEKLY TIMES is the cheapest -
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ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains
Absolutely Pure. TERMS (STRICTLY IN ADVANCE): sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. ,

Standard Patent Medicines! One year, $1; six months, 5G cents; one This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina
THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel month, on trial, 10 cents.. Specimen copies York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO 4
purity,strength and wholesomeness free to any address. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
More economical than the ordinary kinds,, -1| Fancy TOILET Articles, |I- PREMIUMS
and cannot be sold in\\ competition with the i :. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and
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Woodstock Mills, having on it Timber for $& Remittances should be,made by draftor R. W. -SOVTIIjfr ICK,
Cross-Ties, Cabbage Palmetto Logs, and a jiir'l\IR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep post-office order, .or In a registered letter. FERNANDINA
,
quantity of Lightwood. over the store, and will respond to all calls Address
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,:,;"" ,..".",, ." JI., 'r" ". '", ,/' oj. :f United States Officers.LAND Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Revenue-Frederick N. Fov
''',, '",, Sheriff 13. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. if
OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.
4 2VII ,1SSJ..,. ,., ,j' ""', -.,, ',' : ...... .it "", J..889." Reguter-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools-II. C. ::Martin
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Revenue B. Smith COUNTY.
: <:'- F\,.._' .'." "t r I I Sun.'eyor-General-Malacbi: Martin Talla- Collector of Fleming ,
"----t, '; .j.. hassee. Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.
t. ,', THE ; ., Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Cte-Peter T. Knight, Key West
t. Ji. ,*V :'\\rt DISTRICT COURT.
,** !.. .' ., Olustee. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West
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Thomas
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BRADFORD Assessor Taxes
.".... ,. .', COUNTY. of -Walter C. Baloney Tr
1, ., f- :" Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Key West. -'
< R. Richard Providence.
County Judge-J.
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\ Clerk-Philip Walter Jacksonville.
?':'1' ".1":.',. ....", p e Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Rerenuealter C. ::Malone
b ,v :' t"'i' '. INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key West. ,

(Collector Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. West. ,

: FLORIDA; MIRROR John W. Howell Fernandina. Collector of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.
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Santa Fe.Superintendent.
W. Edward Jacksonville.John County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-
Hopkins,
M. ML of Schools-L. B. Rhodes dina.
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',: \ F. House St. Augustine.
) Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards
:' ': Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key. Fernandina.
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,, BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff Peter Cone Fernandina.
County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland' Fer

Y ft '" State Officers. Point. nandina.
\ ,iI EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. Fer
," Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses Geor- nandina.
STEAM Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. ,
Superintendent of Schools W. A.
'1, gianna. Mahoney
e Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel .
Collector Revenue-A. D. Johnston Or- Callahan.
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4 1v \.ij;; ..... ...,...., '."..:' :".!::\: ", a, ,i "". <'' ..;: ,,, .. ....,.1'' 'J',,dIt. ;:!- of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- lando, Orange county.Superintendent Schools-A. La
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of Grady County
,-- -', -" '. a.--" ...ii-..... lahassee Judge-R. Summerlin, Orlando.
.. .- Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. Hughey, Orlando.
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.. "...r"l Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.
l' Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James:* M. Owens' Fort
a !C hassee. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector" .

Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Richard II :Marks\
Tallahassee.. Springs.SheriffJames. Sanford. '

"a _ ;, Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools John T. Reeks'
,"I r .. -1 Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid.

Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY.

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Ret'enue-'Vm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka

h Commissioner-A. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Maxville. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
I Ii Superintendent of Schools M. F. Geiger, Sheriff-Thomas Shally.
A Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.

i l I o ,l Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor. COLUMBIA COUNTY.. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.

X41. it.I Building, Jacksonville. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Strickland.Superintendent of Public Schools J. W.

SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake, City.
.I Chief Justice--E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.

Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
oH Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.

0 see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenbxirgh, Superintendent ofSch ools-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin

Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.
County Treasurer D. S.
William A. McLean Jack- Sutton, Perry.
CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge- ,
County Suneyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- sonville. Collector of Ret'enuc-J. B. Hardee, Perry i
H Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.
sacola. Assessor of Taxes S. H. Peacock, Perry. 1
Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. 1f
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas
Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. j
iHF" .5i= .1% ?=? P.jfca,1-a==s see.Third ville. County Judge -M. R.
Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Cooper, St. Augus :
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Revenue Moses J. Brown, tine. 1
Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. j

f .. ,. ville.Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
f I -'\" 1. "L ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St
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Sixth Circuit-H. L. :Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.

'. ::' .: Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. St.Collector of Ret.'enue-Josepb F. Llambias,

Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. Augustine.
Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
""" Court Calendar. Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. St.
,. **;.'. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Augustine.

.i t', :BcC> .1 r> Fall Term- FIRST CIRCUIT. Columbia Collector County.Superintendent of Rt'lenue'v.. H. H. McLeod, County Judge-Henry SUMTER COUNTY.S.Cassidy, Leesburg

Santa Rosa, Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
Walton, 4th Monday in October. : erts, Ancrum. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
./ Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes G. P. Wall Webster. ..
in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton,
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville.

in October. ville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville.
October. Sheriff J. Mickler, Brooksville.
SUWANEE COUNTY.
:'JOB PRINTING HOUSE Escambia, Monday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks-
County Judge' 11. :M. Blackburn Lire
This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- ville. ,

t ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Re'lenue-F. M. Townsend, Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak.
Brooksville.
t'I Term
'I Spring Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher
THIRD CIRCUIT. ,
Assessor Taxes W. H. Sessions
of Wel-
>'.:,' r' ; Spring Term- Fort Dade. born. ,
: L Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in IIILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.
Collector Revenue Robert
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\ (: ? ,; .J' ; j'I April.Madison 2d in County Judge-H.. L. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak.
"* Monday April. Clerk Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones :
:1 C" Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak.
Suwanee 1st after 4th
in Monday Monday Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
April. Collector of Relenue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa.
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-James II. Chandler, Enter
in April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson prise.

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. '
in April. JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone Enterprise.

Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter ,

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello.Cl prise.
FERNANDINA ,. FLORIDA. October. rk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De-
? Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land.

Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A: Cranshaw,
"';, ; Suwannee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise.
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4",;1- .... ,t' .I', ,, : ''JI, .. ,. ;. ';. in Columbia October. 3d Monday after 4th :Monday ticello.Collector of.Revenue-Joseph Palmer,Mon County Judge WAKULLA-W. A.COUNTY.Giles, Crawfordville.
October. ticello. Sheriff-W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wan- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
d in October. *T; keenah. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,


,, : ;. {i:';:!:> ";': Spring Term-,FOURTH CIRCUIT. County Judge LAFAYETTE-W. J. Dixon COUNTY., New Troy. Crawfordville.County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw
t fordville.
Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy.
'" : ? / St. John's, 2d Tuesday March.
I Collector of Ret'enue-'V. H. Walker Craw
: : ,, Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ,
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ville.
::'.:; -.r.t': ; Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New
:: ; Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Craw-
"./ ..'-.<." ",_',,,.'. .-:, .. ,, I : i Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. Reynolds,
"r ', .". .,'i',. : ,7', ," :,' ..,. -' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
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I .J. :1 fir : aM1ti Fall Term- Collector of Ret'enue-Newton Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.
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.\ "" St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy.
I 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. S. Ackley, New Troy. W. P. STREETY,

.. ,,,? Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second Street
E ". '" ,'". .. .N" ", opposite the Post-Office
;:' : :, ',.< Baker 2d Tuesday in October.
l ...'1.. ", County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
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'.: ,," ; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. :Moseley, Tallahassee.

,, \ '". Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. t ClerkC. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
J Having added NEW TYPE AND NEW PRESSES to our office, and having FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel,

SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to use the same, we are now Spring Term- Tallahassee.

prepared to do any and every kind of printing, Sumter, Monday< in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee. JI
Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-

i Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.
March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. -
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Levy, 4th -Tuesday after '4th :Monday in I I INM
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March. LEVY COUNTY.
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Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; r t #
3 FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD w
.I ; March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.

Fall Term- ; Sheriff. S. Parker, Bronson.
\ Sumter, 1st :Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
t Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar

.I Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Key.
), .- : .. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-

';'-!; As and Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson.
I -' Neatly as Cheap as any Office in Florida. November. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
; MADISON COUNTY.
WARE
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. AND SHEET-IRON
County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi
_! X<::Y,' ... ,. i. ,. Spring Term- son. ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
". .. r" ,.'."!>;1.,,;!.,. ;" .. ;",) ... .,. .." "" ,. tlt : ,.',, Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff-S. M. Hankins, Madison. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
t ; .'*:'' i." v .'' ..iJ '< -if"7": -* *v.-.t.-,- Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John. Beggs Madison I A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea

." ,i-i-,' '*' i'J': '. .. ': Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, I call, and compare my prices with those of
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Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Revenue-M.H. Warring, Iad-
.. "iji; ; : : ;; Volusia, 2d :Monday in September. G. F. AVERY,
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;., ,, ", ",., Monday September.Dade of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad
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j(, ?; :: ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown To and from Steamers

;':' ',' J/erk-J. A. 'Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.
: ,, ;' ;" ,.' .. : ," b. .; ; .. Sheriff John W. Turner Gainesville. Popash.
<'1'" FOR SALE :
:'.., .., Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
7,/ ;:arDon't send your orders for PRINTING, BINDING and RULING to offices outside Hawthorne. Pine Level. HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS WAGO, >S.

*:|! the State. ,f Orders f either: will receive prompt attention from us. Address Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. CARTS AND

,"_%f," ": '. "i' ',I" *' .".. :v..r :*: njOiiii, MIRROR ville. County Judge Samuel Marshall, Ocala. TERIS CASH.'
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'V*'. V,1 Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Office and Stable-First Street, near
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THE FLORIDA M1EROR( : NOVEMBER 25. .

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-PL..f.NNI G HER OWN HOUSE. GETTING RID ridof manufactured into jelly at .home instead t j
I OF THE STUMPS.-Getting of Professional and Business Card CARD A9r m tOF
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There are comparatively few women who stumps is a theme of never-ending experiments selling the fruit to be manufactured else- TIME ; ..
by Florida settlers. Recently, blow- w h ere.-Tavarcs Herald.IN THEFLORIDA ,t 4
houses. The DR. H. ST. JAMES .
their own majority are
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plan ing them out with dynamite has been at- .
content and must be content to live as the tempted but with indifferent success. DEN.TIST TRANSIT RAILROAD t t4;
very so free a country as England, a country e, 1y, tiP
hermit crab does, in a habitation made by Pulling theni out by any of the stump pull whose liberty has for generations been cele- ;, 1

another, adapting herself as best she may to ers in use in the North is an impossibility brated in song and story, it seems almost in- Office on Second Street, (over Win. Lake's PENINSULAR RAILROAD, '
except at a cost so great as to render it un Jewelry Store) >
it credible that a clergyman has just been released (Waldo Branch t"
when she finds
and abandoning ,)
its shape, profitable. The only modes that have been from a prison into which he was sent
FERNANDINA .
commodious. There are wo- FLORIDA. .
another more have found practicable are by burning or digging. because he insisted on wearing stole in disobedience AND <: "
men, however, who the privilege of To the burning process, after the tree is cut of his bishop. Yet it is a fact that Ana sthetics administered when required. K*
planning their own houses, and at the suggestion the soil in FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE.. R. R. :.... } sja
down we object as our sandy in free and happy England"such a prisonerwas Fifteen years' experience. Fees moderate. 11
and request of some of these the following SIn
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lands is ruined for several feet around the .
discharged from penal confinement on \ .
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hints arc given : stump by the fire and if the trees stood very Saturday last by order of the courts. We LOUIS A. C. LANGE, .
The first question of to be considered, and wes closely together there would not be much refer to the Rev. Sidney S. Green, a name Effect September 24th, 1S8S. ,,'. -,' l
.peak particularly country houses is the land left, after the stumps were burned that that is likely to go into history because of his UPHOLSTERER, ,
site and this divides itself naturally into would be worth cultivating. If stumps are persecution By authorities for violation of I.
hcaithfulness of location and beauty of view. to be burned out, the plan first put in oper- church rules. The for
of the house should be movement church disestablishment Foot of Centre Street, GOING SOUTH. ... r
The perfect drainage ation in this county by the lIon. Dudley W. entire separation of church
first provided for, and it should be so placed Adams, is farpreferable to the ordinary plan. and state and secularization of church FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Fernandina........................ 8.00 a.m. .
with respect to outhouses and barns that He dug a good-sized hole on the leaning side has received a fresh impetus from property this- Furniture Leave Hart's Road....................._ 8.42a.w. '. r lt
by possibility contaminate repaired in the best manner. Leave Callahan................. .
they cannot any of the tree into which a pile of pine knots foolish exhibition of petty tyranny. If the Hair .. ....... 9.43 a.m. I 4? ts?'
the'air of the dwelling. During the months were placed and a fire kindled The result Rev. Mr. Green had been a fox-hunting and notice. Mattresses made to order at short Leave Dutton....................... .....10.10a.m.
when the temperature within doors is higher was that, long before the stump was burned, liquor-loving rector neglecting his 36 Leave Brandy Branch .........10.25 a.m. I"
than that without, by natural consequence the tree fell and the work of clearing the and hiring a cheap curate, to perform his parish duties WM. B. C. DURYEE, Leave Baldwin..........................10.55 a.m.
air is drawn into the Leave Maxville............ .
the ground land vas afterwards comparatively easy. he might have had no trouble. But although ... .........11.22 a.m.
house. If there are swamps or stagnant The cost per tree was less than twenty cents. an far COMMISSION MERCHANT Leave Highland._.......................11.45 a.m. 1
exemplary clergyman
pools contiguous! to a dwelling, the inmates Digging out stumps is the preferable modeif good life he hustled out, of so his as a GENERAL Leave Lawtey ............................12.05 p.m. -

may be kept sick all the year round. All they must be got rid of, but the getting rid pit and into goes jail, because got of "high church pul- CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, Leave Temple's........................12.20 p.m.
such nuisances should be shunned or abat- of them afterwards, especially if they are practices. The cause of true religion will be Arrive Starke............................12.24 p.m. 1
ed. On clay soils it may be necessary to very large and in great numbers, is some- well the of the FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Starke .............................12.46 p.m. t
promoted as as purity English
I underdrain to secure dryness and healthfulness what costly. To burn them on the land is church of ecclesiastical Leave Thurston .........................12.56 p.m. .
"I in the site. But it is better to pay I even worse than to burn them while stand- from the, by governmental separation Nothing in Hay, Corn, Oats Arrive Waldo.............................. 1.20 p.m. .,a
money for tiles than for drugs. Much of ing, as the beat from a large stump while be- fundamental law more system.clearly evinces Leave Waldo.............................. 1.25 p.m.
the healthfulness of the house depends on its ing burned will destroy the vegetable matterin our the wisdom of the fathers than the HENRY BARKER Leave Gainesville........................ 2.17 .m''
position with respect to the points of the the soil for a larger space than if burned matters outside of the constitu-leavingof Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.33 p.m. t "'
compass. If so located that the sun pours where it stood. We have heard of digging a tion religious and tolerance for all L ICNSED LUMBER ANDTIMBER Leave Batton.............................. 2.47 p.m.
into the rooms where the family pass most hole on the leaning side of the tree cuttingoff creeds.- Washington guaranteeing Post. INSPECTOR, Leave Archer............................. 3.05 p.m.
I of their waking and sleeping hours a great the lateral roots, and leaving it for the FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Leave Bronson ........................... 3.40p.m. r
: gain will be made. Sunshine is transmutedby wind to blow down ; but the objection to HAVE YOU EVER-Known to be Leave Otter Creek........................ 4.17 p.m. t .
the body into health and cheerfulness, this is that no one knows when his land will seriously ill without a weak any stomach person or inactive The best attention given to the shipmentof Leave Rosewood...... ................._ 4.52 p.nl
i into virtue and happiness. Shelter from the be cleared. But why be so anxious to get rid liver or kidneys? And when these or- Lumber, Timber. Ties, etc. Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.25 p.m.

prevailing cold winds is also properly included of the stumps at all ? The only objection to gans are in good condition do you not find Accounts promptly made up and satisfaction GOING NO TH. I
in this part of the subject. However them is the inconvenience of cultivating the their possessor enjoying good health? Par- guaranteed.
carefully the house is built, if it is of wood, land around them, which is not great and ker's Ginger Tonic regulates these important For the past ten years with Colonel J. C. Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.25 a.m.
the wind will find its way in, and that I the improving of the looks of the place the organs, makes the blood rich and pure and Read, to whom apply for reference. 25 Leave Rosewood.......................... 8.05 a.m. i
means coughs, colds, sore throats, rheuma- latter adding not one dollar to the value of strengthens part of the system. See Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m. !
tism. The air must of course be freely admitted an orange grove. Time will rid: the land of other column.every DAVID J. TAYLOR, Jr., Leave Bronson................. ........... 9.22 a.m. :
but it should be compelled to come them without cost to the owner and the Leave Archer,.............,.,..,......... 9.52 a.m. t
in at the proper inlets, and not" like a thief, money expended in the getting rid of themat PERMIT NO-SUBSTITUTION.-------- -------Insist- upon obtaining S HIP BROKER AND INSPECTOROF Leave Batton ..............................10.09 a.m. :

to steal, to kill and destroy." A row of rapidly the outset could be more profitably expended Floreston Cologne. It is preeminently Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m. r.
growing trees may be set out as a pro- b)+ the average orange grower. We superior in permanence and rich deli- LUMBER AND TIMBER, Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m.
tection against wind, if that is desirable or are in favor, except in rare cases, of leaving cacy of fragrance. Arrive Waldo............................11.40 a.m.
necessary. them to rot out.-Tavares Herald. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Leave Waldo .......................... ..11.52 a.m. I

These points secured, beauty of view is ------------- Physicians say it combines ail the desiderata Leave Thurston.........................12.16 p.m.
next in order. And here it may be remarked THE VALUE OF CHARACTER. of every ferruginous tonic prescribed Office corner Centre and Second Sts. 25 Arrive .tar -e.............................12.30 p.m.
that the windows of many a barn coin- by school of medicine. Brown's Iron Leave Starke...............................12.50 p.m. I'
many lovelier landscape views than do thoseof The Newark Advertiser says : Those who Bitters.every JAMES: JIcGIFFIN, Leave Temple's.........................12.58 p.m.
the house to which the barn belongs. Per- think and teach that character has very lit Leave Lawtey ............................. 1.20 p.m.
haps horses and cows and sheep appreciate tle to do with politics have gained no strength -- --- ------ CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Leave Highland .......................... 1.38 p.m. I

fine landscapes as well as human beings do; by the last election for however disastrousit New Information to Florida. ... Leave Maxville.......................... 2.01 p.m.
we can but think, however that the latter may seem, it can at least be said that the One hundred and ninety-six pages of new Alachua Street- between Second and Third, Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.25 p.m I

should have first choice. There is money in acts of the nominees, their words and deedsin matter, with map for 1882. Send six cent* Leave Baldwin ......... ................. 2.32 p.m.
these days in fine views. Many an old farm the past, and their general reputations as to R. C. LONG Tallahassee Fla. to C. FERNANDINA! FLA. Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.53 p.m. 1 1N
house has been enriched during the past citizens have been very thoroughly canvassedand or Orders and estimates from a distance care- Leave Dutton ............................. 3.10 p.m. ;
year because it afforded lovely landscape have had a decided influence, for or DREW, Jacksonville, Fla.PostOffice. fully attended to. 25-tf Leave Callahan........................... 3.50 p.m.
views! from its windows, and thereby attrac- against them. It taught the lesson that a .. ---------- -- Leave Hart's Road.....,........,.....,. 4.42 p.m.

ted city boarders.As man must exercise prudence in public life, Notice. O. S. OAKES, Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.20 p.m. I
the of the that depends and must not when it can be helped, ever
to house
,
planning Office Hours-From 8:00: A. M. to 6:00: p. M Trains daily
I the kind of that is lay himself to suspicion. Mr. Robeson C except Sunday.
entirely on family open Sunday hours, 11:00: A. M. to 12:00: M. ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ,
to live in it. A house for old people shouldbe is probably not guilty of any one of the Money Orders and Registered Letters from t !

planned with special reference for their charges that haveso industriously been made 9:00: A. M. to 1:00: P. Y.; and from 2:00: P. M. MANUFACTURES de
needs ; one for a growing family must be against him, but they have been persistently to 4:00: p. 1.1.ARRIVAL ,
planned accordingly. If servants are to urged, and he suffered from a tornado that DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES PENINSULAR RAILROAD, = i P y
form a part of the householdsu table provision took in all of whatever party who even defended AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. OF ALL SIZES. '
must be made for their accommodation.A a wrong doing in others. Miles Ross Northern Mail-Arrives daily at 8:00A.M. Post Office Box 174. GOING SOUTH. *

house may be planned so as to meet all was one of the victims. He may have been Closes 7:30: A. M. jan4 Fernandina Fla Leave Waldo Junction. '
................ 1.30 p.m. :
these needs. honest in all his advocacy of the River and Cedar Key and Transit Railroad Leave Dixie................................. 1.55 p.m.
The usual way of drawing a house plan is Harbor bill, and he may have sought only Arrives...................................... 5:20 p. M. "Y. K. BAUKXIGHT, Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 2.20p.m. I t.
to decide first upon its dimensions and then the legitimate interests of his district, but the Closes......................................... 7:30: A. M. AGENT Leave Lochloosa_........................ 2.45 p.m.
proceed to cut it up into rooms to the best measures he advocated were unpopular and West Florida- Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.15 p.m. IS'
advantage. In cities where land is sold the were by looked as dishonest and t I..
by be falls many do upon Arrives...................................... j6:45 p. M. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Leave Anthony Place................. 3.48 p.m.
inch this mode of is others a victim to mistaken
square procedure nec- as Closes ......................................... 7:00 A. M. Leave Silver Spring....,.......,....... 4.15p.m.
essary, but in the country, where a man can judgment. Folger and many men who are Jacksonville and St. Johns River B UTCHER AND STOCK DEALER.D2a.ler Leave Ocala................................ 4.50p.m. '
have half an acre, if need be, for his house, personally beyond suspicion, go down with AND
Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.45 .
there is no need of scrimping land. In citieswe the rest because they were found in bad Arrives................................... 6:45 p. M., iu Ice Arrive Wildwood....................... p.m.. I
must build into the sky as far as safety company. In Pennsylvania the friendship of Closes...................................... 7:00 A. M. 6.15p.m.GOING
will permit, on account of the costliness of Cameron was enough to kill any candidate, St. Mary's and T'ader'sllill Mail- TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, NORTH. I .
land, but in the country what sense is therein yet no one can impeach Cameron's integrity.All BROOM STREET WHARF .
having house over two stories in height? that can be charged against him is that Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. Leave Wildwood.......... .....,......... 6.15 a.m.'
Closes and 19-tf FERNANDINA FLA. : Leave Lake Weir Station..............
The first room to be planned is the family he endeavored to play the role of a boss or a Mondays Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. 6.503.m.
Leave Ocala.............. ... .
living room, and the other rooms should he dictator, as his father did before him, and St. Mary's, Ga., only- ... .. ...... 8.00a.m.
arranged with reference to this. This central that the people do not want bosses over Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. Railroads. Leave Silver Spring.....,.............. 8.30a.m.
Leave Anthony Place..................
9.05a.m.
should command them and will submit and
room the finest viewon not to machine rule. Tuesdays Fridays at 2:30 p. M.
the site, and in a northern climate shouldhave Politics and party are good things in their Wedn'sdaysandSat'daysat9:00A.M. CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.30 a.m.
a southern exposure. It should havea way T. but they must be clean and well pol- Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, FLORIDA COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE Leave Lochloosa................... .....10.05a.m.
Leave Hawthorne................. .
bay-window for ished. The ... ...10.35 a.m. +
and
plants, a corner for the ::! people are willing to be Fridays Saturdays at 2:30: p. M.
sofa where no drafts may come, and ample ible for their own blunders, but respons-not for SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. )I. June 25, 1882. Leave Dixie...............................11.02 a.m.
closet room for containing things that would those who assume to lead them. Commencing this date, trains on this Arrive Waldo Junction...... ..........11.33a.m.

otherwise be around. When the plan is com- Will the l lesson be improved ? It shouldbe road will run as follows : Trains daily, except Sunday. 1
plete according to the housewife's wishes throughout the country and in every I 1I 1i

she can submit it to an architect and have it walk of life. Let character be the shibbolethand Satisfies the most fastidious,*a perfect Hair Restorer and WESTWARD.Accom.. Mail. i

modified to meet the builders general limi the country will enter upon a new phaseof Dressing.Never Fails Admlredforitscieaniinesandelegintperfume.to Restore Grey or Faded Hairto Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m -- .
tations. its existence. Why should not as much the youthful color.: &0 cts.aud flaiRs at all druggist. Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 pIll FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. II.
The kitchen should be planned with refer- care be exerted in selecting a candidate for: '* Sanderson......... 8.25am 9.55 pm
ence to the use that is to be made of it. If the legislature as in choosing a clerk in a Lake City...........11.00am 11.55pm GOING SOUTH. i

it is to serve laundry and sitting-room as well store? The fact that a man uses the arts of a Arrive Live Oak............. 1.15pm 1.15am Leave Fernamlina.......................90.0 a.m.
a* for kitchen, corresponding provision must demagogue, that he visits drinking saloons Get Ellaville........... 2.30 p m 2.30 a m Leave Hart's Road.........................9.35 a.m.
be made. A seperate room for laundry purposes and hobnobs with the low and the vile in Madison ............ 3.30pm 3.30am Arrive Jacksonville......................10.40 a.m. i
is very desirable. It costs another fire, search of influence and votes should be sufficient Drifton............... 5.25pm 5.30am
but it takes all the steam: and heat of washing to defeat him in his aspirations. The u Monticello ......... 6.00pm 5.50am GOING NORTH. i

and ironing out'of the kitchen, it gives a character that shows brightly through all Tallahassee......... 7.30pm 7.30am Leave Jacksonville.......................4.00p.m.
place where clothes may be aired without ab- the surroundings of misfortune has always Quincy............... 9.30 a III Leave Hart's Road........................5.10 p.m.
sorbing the smells of the kitchen and where been held up for imitation. Think what we k1IS / Chattahoochee... 10.35am Arrive FernandinaTrains ........................5.40 p.m. ;
they may be dried in wet, frosty and windy may of the hypocrisy in Christianity the Chatta. River...... 10.55 a m daily except Sunday.
l
weather. This last is a great saving of not really consistent Christian has never failed EASTWARD.
fabric alone but health for it has been esti- of appreciation,and outside of any professionof \ Accom. Mail. SUNDAY TRAINS. I

mated that more injury to the health of far- piety the truly honest man has held his r. Arrive Jacksonville...... 6.45 p m 7.30 a m Leave Fernandina.... 7.30 a.m. 4.30 p.m.
mers' wives results from hanging out clothes own against all enemies. Character has been Baldwin............. 5.25pm 6.15am Arrive Jacksonville... 9.00 a.m. G.OO p.m.
in cold weather than from any other one often of more value in business than money; '' Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m Leave Jacksonville... 9.50 a.m. 7.15 p.m. {
cause. The pantry opening from the it is the poor man's capital the rich man's r'j Lake City.......... 1.20pm 2.40 am Arrive Fernandina..11.20 a.m. 8.40 p.m.
kitchen should have window in it and safety. There is in New t
York
a a a man who is Leave Live Oak..11.35 a m 1.15 a m
place for everything required in getting upa trusted with the estates of widows and or- s r Ellaville ............10.10am 11.55pm
meal or doing a baking," so that when phans in preference to the banks, and manya U t X, ,...i. '' Madison ............ 9.05am 10.50pm
once the cook is in the pantry she can put farmer and earner of wages deposits with Giits-jr.; Rar6ualaadrakobtilliugiaand Drifton............... 7.30am 9.05pm CONNECTIONS
her handon whatever she needs without any him and sleeps soundly under the feeling many of the i.e>t nicdicines known are here com- Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm
running around to get things together. This that all is safe. Such a reputation is better Lined into a tnc ici.ieof such varied and eifectivepowers Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.30pm i
getting ready to do things and cleaning up than that gained at the cannon's mouth. ,as to nuke the Greatest Mood Purifier&the Quincy............. 5.30pm AT FERNANDINA: FLA., l
again after the task is done is often the most All old writer says that "no man was ever (Best Health! and Strength Restorer Ever Used.It Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25pm With New York and Fernandina Steam-

fatiguing part of the-work, and. should be written out of reputation but by himself," a cures hysT pepcia, Hheumatism..,Fleeples'aiess, Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 9
avoided much bit of all 'i;!.eases of the bjomaJi, Rowel Lungs: Liver, 5.30: and for
as as possible. wisdom it would be well for politicians a.m.,11.10 a.m., or p.m. ; New
KiJneys, and all Fema'eComplaints.! trains leave Jacksonville at 10a.nL
Sleeping rooms should be so planned that to study and remember, for their loss is gen- If you are wasting away with Consumption or Passenger arrives at Baldwin at 10:45: a.m. York on Thursday, at 10.25 a.m.t 4.15 p.m.,
,
with windows and doors open the bed will erally of their own doing. There were many any disease, use the 1 ONIC to-day. It will surely or 4.50 p.m.
not stand in a draft, and that the eyes on of them on the eve of election who might : Pe'iiembert it is for superior to Eitters, Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45 p.m., With Georgia and :Florida Inland Steam-
first opening from sleep will not encounter with good will have uttered the pra'ein Essences of G.ncr: and other Tonics;as builds arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 p.m., making boat Company from Savannah daily except
direct light from the In upthesystem without intoxicating jpc, andi close connections with Florida Transit Rail- for
windows. most Henry IV. : I would to God thou 'and I Monday; Savannah daily except Sunday.
sizes atalldi-nlersi-idnns. None genuine without
: road for Gainesville and
rooms expressly] set apart as sleeping rooms knew where a commodity of good names signature: of III cox: &lo.N: Y. Jae"d lor circular Cedar Ocala Leesburg With the Steamer Martha from St. Mary's!
both these requisites are far more honored were to be bought I" but alas 1 that such a U? LAnGE SAVING IX BCYING THE DOLLAR SIZE. Key.Sleepers River Landings on Wednesday and Friday ;
in the breech than in the should on all night trains.CONNECTIONS. St. I ,
observance. It is prayer ever be necessary ; a good JliPATEXTS for Mary's River Landings on Sunday
very desirable to have a room on the first name should ever be carried by each man as and Wednesday. I
floor that be used shield before At Jacksonville by Way cross Short Line,
may as a sleeping room or a him :
obtained for new inventions with all points North or West with the AT CALLAHAN. ./:
as a nursery or as sick room. It should be The purest treasure mortal times ;
afford
the or for improvements in old Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for To and from Savannah and Charleston at
on quietest side of the house and with Is spotless reputation that
a ; away ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand Fernandina ; and with Steamers for all 7.25 and 9.40 a. m., 7.30 and 3.40 p. m.
sunny exposure.Water Men are but gilded loam
or painted clay. all patent business attendedto. the St. Johns River Savannah
may be introduced into the second promptly points on or AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Charleston.At .
story of most houses by the ordinary suction To and from Tallahassee at 4.20 and 10.40a.
MR. HEBBICK'S SUCCESS WITH GUAVAS. REJECTED
may still, in most cases, be pat- Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail-
pump. A reservoir in the second thus 2.27 and 9.50
filled will save a great deal of labor story and Among successful fruitgrowers of this region ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- road for all South Florida,Ocklawaha River, m., p. m.

waste-pipe opening outside the building will a we can mention :Mr. L.N. Herrick who ent Office and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS or Gulf points withoUt change of cars; also AT HAWTHORNE,
EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- for Cedar Key and Steamers to Gulf ports. To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m.and 2.40
save carrying slops over the stairs. If desirable has been planting guavas quite largely lately. ents in less time than those who are remote At Live Oak, by Nos. 5 arid 6, with the p.m.
a reservoir in the top of the house may From about twenty-five bushels just'coming from
Washington.When Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad, for AT WILDWOOD.
be
filled by a forcing pump and water be in bearing he has sold over $30.00 worth of
Inventors send model or sketch, Albany or Savannah.At .
thence With Line to and from Brooksvilleand
distributed to every room. In case fruit selling the bulk of his in Jackson- Stage
crop we make search in the Patent Office and Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
of fire water at hand and easily got at is of ville. The cultivation of guavas in this sec- advise as to its patentability free of charge. Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- Tampa daily except Sunday.AT .

first iwportance. tion in any quantity is in its infancybut the Correspondence confidential; fees reason- urdays.At CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
We saw the other day in a recently built results of the past year have been such as to able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Chattahoochee River with Steamers- With Florida & Havana Mail Steamship

house slide about footsquare inclosed on encourage others, and large numbers of IS OBTAINED.We Chattahoochee on Sundays, and Everingham Company's Steamers for Key West on Mon-
all sides with an opening on every floor, and bushes will be planted the coming winter. refer by permission to the City Post- on Thursdays for Apalachicola, and day and Thursday; for Tampa on Mondayand
leading from the top story to a receptacle in Guava bashes are planted about twenty feet master, and to the Superintendent of the returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for Friday.
the basement. Into this was thrown all apart or at the rate of say three hundred per Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash- Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates,

sweepings and simular waste thus saving acre, and at the same rate of receipts as that ington. For special references circular,service j. s. MCELROY, etc., apply to
carriage over the stairs. In some houses of Mr. Herricks would give nearly one terms, etc., addressC. Master of Transportation.W. A. MAcDONELL, t
such a slide would be a great saving of steps thousand dollars per acre for the crop. This I A. SNOW & CO., M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent. '

slew York Tribune. amount could be considerably increased if 2-tf Opp.Patent Office, Washington, D.C General Manager. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen' Supt. 21




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j FLORIDA MIRROR: NOVEMBER 25.

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; ',j : o.THE FLORIDA MIRROR. cargo, both consigned to Messrs. Fred W. A Card of Thanks. Wanted. FERN 4\NDIN.\ -

,3 ., Hoyt fc; Co., were discharging cargo this Know ye, all men, and the wives, sweet- A good milch cow with young calf. Apply .

;;L:!i: '' fi.OO A YEAR; #7.00 FOR SIX.MONTHS week at Centre street. This firm, as will be hearts and gal children of, the same, that, at to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, .'- ... #'-t -,#
J f. Mirror Office.
'.'.r ".,'..: seen by their ad verlisements elsewhere,have an oyster roast, held in the yard of the Hor- { STEAM } {[ SAW ] [MILMv

BeflecUon8.i received large additions to their stock, and sey House this evening, it was, after due Wanted to Rent, --* *K_. K_'J.

are offering bargains to consumers and deal- deliberation and small talk, unanimously '
d Volume V No. 1. A Piano. Address H., P. 0. Box 56,
,
e' \. ers. agreed that the thanks, individually, sever- 52 Fernandina, Fla. C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR,

i : ",./ The Egmont Hotel will be opened Decem- ally and collectively, of all present were
.. : ber 10th. A Pleasure Steamer for Amelia Rtver. 'Select "Intermediate" School for hand-
: ; due, and should be publicly tendered Mr. HAS constantly on
: .! .,1: Mayor Dzialynski, of Jacksonville, was in Through :Mr. Kittelle, the proprietor of James Menzies for the wherefore of the Boys and Girls, .
the Hotel learn that beautiful Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson
the city Sunday last. Egmont we a entertainment.And PLumber by Cargoes.
steamer will be the application.
pleasure put on waters
-; Rev. Mr. Yerger and family returned from it was further agreed, that notwithstanding G. W. SCHUYLER.
Office Second Street.
about Amelia and Cumberland islands this on
;? Tennessee Thursday. I the said "wherefore" had been Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental vie
I season, by Captain Harding, of New York, Music and French. 50 -
Tucker-ed into for which they not
Rt. Rev. Bishop Moore, of St. Augustine, for the use of the guests of the Egmont and ways were C. H. HUOT
.. brought and the
up', consequent disap- Livery Stable at a Bargain.I ,
was in the city this week. I for private excursions. The steamer which
.. pointment of certain salt-cellars
pepper- establish-
offer at entire
'' The Carleton House, Jacksonville, opened has been constructed for this special a bargain my DEALER IN-
,
a' purpose boxes and baskets, they were none the less ment in this city, consisting of Carriages,
for the season Wednesday last. is sixty feet long, has a breadth of fifteen
appreciated, and that we will take a great Buggies,Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage 1
.''i Mrs. W. S. Rawson returned by the Western feet, and will draw only three feet of water. deal of pleasure in being treated so again.A. Horses, Harness, etc. CHANDLER -
: She has accommodations for Terms of purchase, CASH.
Texas from the North Wednesday. fifty passen-
BILL-YUS, Secretary. G. F. AVERY. =il
,t Dr. E. S. Carew, of Arredondo, is in the gers, and her model is pronounced by Fernandina, November 23, 1882. Office and Stable-First Street, near Broom -Ir I :=-
judges as beautiful. Her light draft will Street Wharf. 46 Groceries Hardware
:' city, a guest of Mr. W. J. Woodward. ,
enable her to navigate all the streams and of ThermometerFOR
collector of for Nassau Range To Rent.
Mr. Scott, revenue creeks in this neighborhood. Captain Har- DRY GOODS BOOTS
THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY 24 AND SHOES
NOVEMBER Stores.
The known Sanborn's
county has moved his office to Brownson'sbook property as ,
ding will be in command. The steamer will HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. Apply for particulars to

r store. supply a long-felt want,and will deserve and ; A. B. NOTES. Second Street,

Rev. Mr. Yerger having returned, services receive liberal patronage. I S. 1.. Wind Fernandina, July 15-tf.
d w: i.
will be held regularly this winter in the Pres- to- .c'-1 M) CD vie FERNANDINA, FLA.
byterian Church. Through Rates on Oranges by the 681 Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. V V
Saturday.Nov.18 58 71 70 NE. *
Line: Tracts containing twenty acres each of
W. F. Wood, Jr., will open to-day a boot Mallory Sunday ...,.........19 56 70 69 67 NE. choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake,
and shoe store in the building lately occu- This popular line has established the fol- Monday .....,......2O 56 169 68 65 N. suitable for orange growing and truck farm- BuildingMaterial !
House. lowing rates on oranges for the season 1882- Tuesday._..........21 42 47 .46 NW. ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
pied by the C. 0. D. Clothing 1883. 'Vednesday..22 45 53 53 50 NW. very conveniently situated for transpor-

:: George W. Sweeney, who has been North Thursday .:.;.....23 54 69 69 66 NE. tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
some time for the benefit of his health, re- From Jacksonville and Fernandina to Friday................24 55 70 70 67 NE. terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- BRICK, LIME, HAIR,
New York and Boston 50 box
cents $1
per tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
turned Wednesday by the Western Texas. per barrel; to Philadelphia, 55 cents and large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, PLASTER, CEMENT,

Services will be held at the Presbyterian $1.20 ; to Providence, cents and $1.30. MARINE.Port February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. SHINGLES

Church tomorrow morning and evening.Rev. From stations on the Florida Transit and of Fernandina. Clam ChowderAt ,

:Mr. Yerger, the pastor, will preach. Peninsular Railroads, including Ocala : To HIGH WATER. J. Fred Lohman's to-night. DOORS, SASII, BLINDS,

Some handsomely lithographed advertis- New York and Boston, 65 cents per box, Saturday, Nov. 25...... 8:00 A.M. 8:21 P. M.
PAINTS OILS
ing cards have just been issued, and are $1.20 per barrel; to Philadelphia, 70 cents Sunday, 26...... 8:49" 9:11" Nassau Fibre, ETC.AT .,

being distributed, by the agents of the Mal- and $1.40 ; to Providence, 80 cents and $1.50. Monday, "" 27.28.1019..... 9:36" 10:38Vednesday 9:57"" 'For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto -

lory Steamship Line. From stations on the Florida Tropical Tuesday\ 29..10:58.: 11:20" anything else in use. For sale by
June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.
FRED W. HOYT & GO'S
oj The lVestern Texas brought a large lot oftrawbel'ry Railroad including Leesburg: To New York Thursday, 30..11:41 0:00" ,
Friday, Dec. 1...... 0:03": 0:30: "
and Boston, 70 cents box, $1.30 barrel -
plants for Mr. Morris, who will per per New Advertisements. SECOND STREET, Near Centre.
his ; to Philadelphia, 75 cents and $1.50; to
have them planted out on plantation on ENTERED.
Providence 85 and NOTICE.
cents $1.60.
Cumberland Island. Nov. 18-S. P. David Clark, Fitzgerald, Savannah -
From Tampa and Manatee: To New York with freight and -
Next Thursday being the day appointedby ; passengers OFFICE OF THE
and Boston 90 cents box $1.50 bar- to J. A. Mercier.
'I per per : FLORIDA TRANSIT RAILROAD Co.
President Arthur as a day of thanksgiving 22 Sch. Samuel H. Crawford Tillon FRED W. HOYT &
CO.
,
rel ;, to Philadelphia, 95 cents and $1.70; to FERNANDINA, FLA., Nov. 21, 1882.
the Post-Office and the CustomHousein Wilmington, N. C. ; ballast, to
'i Providence, $1.05 and $1.08. A SPECIAL MEETING of the Stock-
this city will be closed. master. holders of this Company will be heldat
From St. Johns river landings : To New 4 22-S. S. Western Texas, New York,
the Office of the Company in Fernan-
,
The brilliant flashes of the aurora in the York and Boston 50 cents box $1.20 Risk 1,210 tons ; with freight
per dina, Fla., on Thursday, December 21st, HAY, GRAIN, GRITS,
northern horizon Friday night led many per barrel; to Philadelphia, 65 cents and and passengers, to R. W.South- at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of taking

people in the city to believe that there was a $1.40; to Providence, 75 cents and $1.50. 22-Sch.wick.An'ita Small, Portland with into consideration the proposition to consol- FLOUR, BACON,
idate the railroad and property of this Company I
in Old Town.A and Fred
conflagration The Mallory Line is the only one which hay vegetables, to W. with that of the Tropical Florida Railroad I LARD,
colony of forty-three Swedes arrived makes no transfers of fruit between Florida Hoyt & Co. Company and the Peninsular Railroad.

here by the Western Texas. They were and New York, and the steamers being 22-Sch.with Nellie general Treat,merchandise Dow,New York, to; Company, to form one company, under the KEROSENE, POTATOES,
of "The Florida Transit and Peninsular
.,, brought out by General Sanford, and are thoroughly ventilated are admirably adaptedfor Fred W. Hoyt & Co. name Railroad Company." Etc., Etc.

destined for Orange county. the carrying of fruit and vegetables.The 22-Sch. Four Sisters, Bunker, Nassau, By order of the Board of Directors.B. .
N. P.; with ballast, to master. S. HENNING, f'SPECIAL PRICES TO DEALERS.
D. E. Maxwell superintendent of
Captain "
22-Sch. B.C.Terry, Moore, New York;
1 td President.ObMyBack .
Oldest Man In the State.
the Transit Railroad, etc., left for New York stone, to Lara & Ross. ASK FOR QUOTATION'S.FRED .
; last Monday, on business connected with the To the Editor of the, Mirror : 22 S. P. David Clark, Fitzgerald, Sa-

roads under his management. Uncle Santa Quanta, living near Archer, vannah, with freight and passengers 1V. HOYT & CO.
to J. Mercier, Agent.
certainly can claim this title. From various
: "f )Ir. J. Fred Lohman has sold his two fine CLEARED.
sources that are authentic, I find that he
.I horses to Mr. L. M. Morris, one of the pur- was brought from West Africa in 1778, andis 19-S. P. David Clark, Fitzgerald, Sa-
chasers of the Stafford place, on Cumber- vannah, with freight and passengers -
now about 120 years old. His story, as he J. A. Mercier. Stock.
the by To Arrive anti In
land Island $450 was price paid.
I ; tells it, is interesting, and I give it in his -Sch. Bessie Whiting, Dayton, New !
Norman Brownson. who has been North own language: York ; with railroad ties, by T.

I for the four weeks selecting his holiday A. Darby.
past "Me big boy in ole country; some hair on "
22Sch. Four Sisters Bunker to load
_. ......... goods, will return to-day. Part of the stock face. Gola man catch me. tie and sell me to for New York,, by master., 100 Tons JIaiiie Hay,

selected came by the Western Texas this week. ship man. Ship have foah mas', big sail. 24-S. P. David Clark, Fitzgerald, Savannah That's a common expres- 100 Barrels Potatoes,

iM\ Dr. J. D. Palmer left for Monticello Monday Me tink goin to put us in big pot an eat us; by with J. A.freight Mercier.and pas- sion and has a world of 300 Barrels Lime,

having been called there by the sudden song while sailing. British war-ship nearly 9-&. sengers S. Western Texas, Risk, New meaning. How much suf- 2,000 Bushels Corn,

anil serious illness of his brother. He returned cotch us; shoot off one mas'. Got in York, 1,210 tons ; with freight
is summed in it.
fering up Bushels Oats.
Thursday evening, and reports his Charles'n in moahning ; stay there two and passengers, by R. W. South- 2,000

", brothel's.('condition much improved.A weeks. Mas'r Stevens buy metake to Georgia, wick. .GET OUR PRICES.

fire Occurred at Temple's Mill, on the way up near Augusta. Injuns plenty, big IN PORT. The singular thing aboutit
Bark Mary A. Nelson, McLarren. is that in the backis FRED W. HOYT & CO.
Mas'r
tell
Florida transit; Railroad, on Wednesday Injuns. good to Quanta, niggersto Bark Bjorn, Th. Bjornstadt.Brig pain

night lasts which totally destroyed the mill let Quanta alone ; if dey bodder I chunk Tallatto, J. McKewen.. occasioned by so many

and a quantity of lumber. The property em. Sho me big man, lif bag cotton ; Brig Geo..E. Dale, Pierce. things. May be caused by

was insured for $6,500, which will probablycover mock everybody till I get de talk. Me, Sch.MaryMcFarland William Marshall,,Montgomery.Cain. kidney disease, liver complaint I CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIESAT

the loss Quanta, mean ribber in my talk-mos' for- Sch. C. B. Payne, W. H. Hilyard.Sch. consumption cold,
got all de ole talk. Marry Anna-she Gola Samuel H. Crawford, Tellar. -
The freigh* brought by the Transit Rail- rheumatismdyspepsiaoverwork -
nigger; live with her till she die, when In Sch. Anita, Small.
road for the/JXew York steamers have beenso jun war begin ((1817)) ; den took Jennie ; live Sch. Nellie Treat, Dew. nervous debility, &c. Fred W. Hoyt & Co's.
heavy for the past three weeks that the Sch. Four Sisters, Bunker.
wid her till 'for stars fall ((1832)) to
year ; go Sch. B. C. Moore.
Terry,
ships have }Deen unable to take all. The .
Western : left cotton Alabama dat year; stay till next war ((1847)); Whatever the cause,don'tneglect
Tex/as yesterday enough
to :Florida had 'nother Jennie till Letters it. Something is
come ; List of Canned
.'1vl behind to nearly load another ship. We mention our Superior
freedom war; she die. No wife five year, Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina wrong and needs prompt direct
I. Mr. Gustafve called to Fruits and Vegetables, received
Stark
'A was suddenly den get Nellie. Me strong man in Georgia; Nassau county, Florida, Nov. 25, 1882. attention. No medicine has
Thomas nte the from the Packers and unexcelled by
Ga. Saturday by severe ,
on
.i ,
,
all had four cotton. Have had foah
us row Persons calling for these letters must say been discovered that
illness of'/his brother, who has been suffering chillun Nellie yet any in the market; a fresh lot, including
; one by ((1867)) advertised:
J fronft e paralysis some two months. A telegram Big war when I come ((1780)). Palm tree, Avery, Mr. C. E. Lienthal, Joseph will so quickly and surelycure Jams, Preserves, etc., just received.

.:{ /wag received from Mr. Stark on Tues- cocoanut, lion, tiger, elfant, in my country; Blaylark, Martin Muck, J. such diseases as Our Creamery Butter and Cream
da d; announcing his brother's death, which Brown, Charles Medoe, Edward BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, andit
fight bow and arrer ; King have seven Cheese are the best.

', 'ti : the previous day. wives-one a week; big thorn fence around Bryan Brookins, Mollie, Fannie Shnin Percell,,S.J.Y.W. does this by commencingat Try our Sugar-cured Hams awl

1/ be seen by a notice elsewhere, town ; gold in sand; plenty wild hog. Monkey Cross, John V. Scott, Minnie the foundation, and mak- Breakfast Bacon.

."i' : /1curred Henning, by order of the board of ? Sho 1 seen tree hundred in gang." Edwards Camial, Janie\V. H. Smith Thomson, Gilbert Mary ing the blood pure and rich. Orders taken and Goods delivered to any

:r\ has called a meeting of the stock- The old fellow got alarmed at my writing. ,
Gamwell,Dr.James Walker, Alex. part of the city.FRED.
: .; : holders of the company for the purpose of What gone to do wid me?" Hargrett,.John Williams, John L. Wm.P.Marshall,of Logans- CO.

: ; taking into consideration the proposition to I assured him of my peaceful intentions, HELD FOR POSTAGE: port,Indiana.writes: My wife W. HOYT &

'. ,,; /t' consolidate the different roads under the and he consented to a physical examination. Thomas. Williams, Norfolk, Va. has for many years been troubled -

:,' name of "The Florida Transit & Peninsular Quanta has been a powerful man, standing NO POSTOFFICE.C. from pain in her back

: .i ,r. Railroad Company." over six feet, but is now very much A. Floyd, Bradford co., Fl*. and general debility incidentto
:IDOIKT'T
The Western Texas, which arrived here bent; limbs shrunken ; face'prognathous ; SAM'L T. RIDDELL, P. M. her sex. She has taken one

'f early Wednesday morning, brought a heavy angle of jaw very obtuse; sight and hearing bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters,

freight and one hundred and forty-three pas- dull; arcus senilis nearly covering iris ; teeth Special Notice. and I can truthfully say that BUY YOUR HOLIDAY Presents
nearly to the but only three Being about to leave town for a time on she has been much benefited beautiful
v sengers. She sailed for New York yesterday worn gums so you have seen our
account of failure of health, I would beg
;': morning with the following cargo: 650 bales absent; appetite good ; pulse, 50 to the min- those of my patients who desire my services that she pronounces it the

{ cotton, 163 barrels spirits turpentine, 320 ce- ute. He is a Baptist, and loves "'bacco" to come in as quickly as possible, as I only remedy of many medi- DINNER SETS, TOILET SETS,

dar logs, 1,393 packages oranges, 79 bales dearly. He has considerable manhood left, intend... to leave early next month. cines she has tried."
CLOCKS
TEA SETS ,
ARTHUR C. FORD, Dentist. ,
;;i hides and skins, 51 packages merchandise, notwithstanding his 100 years of matrimo- Fernandina, November 23, 1882.
T and 38 empty kegs. nial strife, and as he can be said to vegetate Leading physicians and FANCY ROC2SB3,

rather than to live, it is probable that he Notice to TaxPayers.I and
k The steamer City of Bridgeion, of the Sea clergymen use recom-
Island Route, running between here and may live many years yet.J. am ready to receive the city taxes for the mend BROWN'S IRON BIT- WHATNOTS, CENTRE TABLES,
C. NEAL M. D. 1882. Office in store on Centre street.
year my
V4 Savannah, is-now on the ways at the latter JAMES E. MEDDAUGH, TERS. It has cured others CHAMBER and PARLOR SUITS,
Archer Fla. November 18 188g.
'< and is being repaired painted and refurnished ,
< place, City Tax-Collector. suffering as you are, and it
WARDROBES
generally, and will, receive new from the Fernandina, Fla., November 18,1882-tf. ELEGANT ,
H AT a hotel in this city a couple will cure you.
i UNb1 carpets. She will be ready for the winter country, of Milesian extraction, took seatsat EAT RACES, ETC. '
.
Notice to
business early in December, when she will the dinner table. Directly after a young TaxPayers.I
then couple seated themselves opposite, and the am now ready to receive the State and
stock.
make Until and examine
Call
again tri-weekly trips. our
5
young man 'took a stalk of celery from the County taxes for the present year, and can $
the David Clark will take her place on the dish and commenced eating it. The old lady be found at my office, at N.' Brownson's CO.

i line. opposite looked at him a moment with an Book Store,-on Wednesdays and Saturdays, FRED W. HOYT &
: air of disgust, and then, nudging her hus- when not on a collecting tour in the country.
The schooner Anita, from Bangor, Me., : band, said, in a stage whisper: "D'ye moindthe WARREN F. SCOTT, Whltner's Manual on Gardening.Sent SECOND STREET, :XEAE CEXTKE,
with hay, potatoes, etc., and the schooner j blackguard ating the bokay-S'etQ York Collector Revenue Nassau County. postpaid for 50 cents. .

Nellie Treat, from New York, with general i Sun. Fernandina, Fla., October 21, 1882. Address the. Florida J/irror. vI' FERNANDINA, FLATHE

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