Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1882
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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STATE NEWS.AtacJiua. Messrs. Jones & ,Porter three miles south- HEAD-NOTES TO DECISIONS OF of a private corporation are not dischargedby year, twice as much is stolen from the GO\. '

of town. They have improved the SUPREME COURT the neglect of the officers of the corpora- *'
east appearance ernment by i its trusted servants" as Brady 3
tion to have as prescribed by the constitu- r .I
and condition of their place greatlywithin and Dorsey stole, no sensation is '
JUNE TERM, A. D. 1882. tion and by-laws of the corporation, exami- created; 'I

EAST FLORIDA SEMINARY.-President Cater the past year and at this time it is Theodore T. Edge on, Plaintiff in Error, nations of the books of the officer. Mere yet it is the truth known by hundreds in fr

in the Bee, gives the following statement one of the neatest and most vigorous looking vs, The Mayor and Aldermen of the Townof laches unaccompanied.by fraud is no groundof Government employ here. There are thou-

The in this vicinity. These men came Green Cove Springs Defendants in Er- discharge. Mutual Loan and Building sands of in
relative to the Seminary : present ses- groves Association vs. John Price and Miles Price, persons Washington who know

sion 1852-83, began September 13, and the here from England a few years ago with ror.Clay.-Putnam county. transferred from 16th Fla., 204, referred to and approved. that Government clerks are in the habit of r

will close November 17, 1882. nothing but their hands, backed by deter- 2. A general charge of fraud alleged to supplying their families with pens paper .

first quarter November 20 mination and will. For a year or two they WESTCOTT, J. : consist of acts omitted and acts committed, envelopes, inkstands ft
will ,
The second quarter begin 1. Section 12, Chapter 1868, of the Laws of"this such acts not being stated is bad upon de penknivesetc.
1832.: Notwithstanding the feeling of uneasiness worked for other people, saving their earnings State, .as amended by Section 2, Chapter murrer. The plea should set up inissuable ., etc. These are bought by the Govern- g

throughout the State on account of until able to buy a tract of land. Then 3024 which authorizes! municipal corpora- from the acts committed and the,acts omit- mentbycontractinimmensequantitiesand s: 4,

fever epidemic at Pensacola, and they planted out trees, grew vegetables, and tions to extend and open streets and maketo ted. I Government clerks carry them home to their r { f
the yellow the thereby such 3. Upon the of second .
parties injured reasona- hearing a appealby
worked for others to keep the pot boiling families. The children in the
fever public schools
of dengue ,
the general prevalence ble compensation, ant} charge those bene- parties plaintiff and defendants, matter
which has kept back number of those who while the little trees were growing. Mr. fited reasonable assessments for benefits accruing not brought up by the first appeal,and which here, many of them, use the finest Government -

anticipated attending the Seminary, the Porter laughingly tells how for seven weeks to their properfj, is constitutional. was not the subject of review upon that appeal legal cap to write their exercises on.
of 2. A municipal corporation may, in conformity may upon the second appeal, be assigned -
of non-residents still is very their stock of provisions made up a This would seem at first to be a very small }
attendance to the provisions of such statute:! ,appropriate as error in a case where the judgmentupon
much larger than at any previous first quar. cake of beef tallow with a supply of sweet private property tp use as a street the first appeal was a general reversalof thing scarcely worth public attention, but

ter. Sixteen counties are represented by potatoes, and he says if people think that it making just compensation to the owners the judgment awarding a new trial. when multiplied by all the clerks in the departments y .

fifty-six: non-resident students, and the don't cost anything to make a grove in Flor- therefor, and the'owner cannot object, upona 4. There is an examination of witnesses the aggregate is enormous : .

and Virginiahave ida without money,just let them try that tender of such compensation, on the one of them being of counsel for the sure- amounting to more than a million annually. 1:
states of Alabama, Illinois, ground that the money was the amount, or ties upon the bong of the treasurer of a private ,.

each sent four. East Florida Seminarynow sort of experience and they will change their part of the amount, taxed as a benefit to corporation, the suit being by the cor- ------- ---

offers to the youth of the State advantages opinions about the matter. But they lived other neighboring proprietors.' poration against such sureties. From the PARIS.To .

to through the privation incident to a pioneer Judgment affirmed. testimony of such witnesses and from the
in a literary point of view equal have which could Cockrell & Walker, for plaintiff in error; preceding record in the case, it is apparent the Editor of the Mirror: LSIi"

any of our colleges and in healthfulness of life and now a property Fleming & Daniel l, forBefendant in error. that the word "deficit" is used by all thepartiE'S PARIS, November 13,1882. 3

location excellence of scientific and military not be bought for lese than twenty-five \ as indicating the difference between M. Clemenceau is the "man of the future"in t'
thousand dollars-probably not for that William A. McLean Appellant vs. Leoni- "collections"and "disbursements" as shown
morals and
and in the discipline p
France and it is
equipment r cresting to estimatethe
sum. Their example should encourage oth- das W. Spratt, Appellee.-Dnval county. by the books of the treasurer. Held that
de of its students this school is probable influence of his r
corps the coming ascen-
and should WESTCOTT, J. : term "deficit" used in an agreement
surpassed by no institution of similar gradein ers who are willing "to work, 1. Upon a sale of real estate at auctionthe made at this stage of the trial must be given dency on the foreign policy of this country.
There is absolutely no silence those who see no chance to do any- the same signification, and the finding of a t
the South. now agent of the vendor announces that the His speech on Sunday to his constituents,

reason why the youth of Florida should thing" here. There is no longer any neces- purchaser, upon the payment of $500 cash, referee based upon a different constructionis following up his declarations during the

sity through the privations experienced shall be entitled to possession and future erroneous,
leave the State to secure an education, the ongoing 5. Sureties upon such bond are not respon- Egyptian debate enables one to forecast the
statea. The I
only exception being those students who, by these men, and if people are willing the rents$500 from the a date agent gives him purchaser a list of pays the sible for misappropriations of money made policy that he would promote. Between

to go to work and stick to it, there is no anterior to the date of the bond unless madeso
having completed the regular college tenants and the purchaser treats with one him and M. Gambetta, as regards home af-
reason why they may not do as well as these of the tenants the basis of the relationof in terms clearly involving such liability.
culum, wish to pursue a university or pro- upon Where however the evidence shows fairs, there is only a difference of a degree.
from month to month him
have done.-Orlando Rfpovter.The tenant, to as
fessional course. All the departments of men landlord such agent acquiescing by his silence that at the date of the bond the difference I The ex-dictator having once felt the respons- i

the Seminary are in charge of accomplishedand fifth annual fair of the Orange County and presence in existence of such between collections and disbursements bilities of office, and hoping soon to be in

instructionis Fair Association will commence at Sanfordon Held That the creation of amounted to a certain sum, the presump-
efficient teachers. Thorough relation. : such harness again, has lost some of his extreme
tion is that the then in the
given in the English and commercial Tuesday, February 21st, lasting three in relation the manner of tenant stated from i ii legal month not to in conflict month, hands of the officer money; the surety was is responsible bitterness against the church which characterized -

branches in the higher mathematics in the : days. The preceding fairs have been quite with the statute of frauds' and that in orderto and to rebut this presumption must his campaign when he rallied the

ancient languages in the natural sciences attractive and doubtless the forthcoming constitute an unlawful detention of pos- show antecedent application. Republicans in order to drive the Reaction

and in instrumental and vocal music. The one will be equally so. session of such property under the statute 6. Where there is an appeal by each party ists from power. lIe would still declare
the the landlord must from an entire judgment, and not from a
' of mathematics is in _.. regulating subject, "
higher --- ----- Clericalism the
department -
--- the
for different in enemy ; expulsion of
show a notice to quit conformable to the judgment things separable
charge of Lieutenant Wagener, who has THE NEXT LEGISLATURE.The terms or to the law of the contract of ten- the judgment of record and the action of the Jesuits had his hearty support, and the ,

proven himself not only an accomplishedofficer next Legislature:' will be Democraticby ancy, or a holding over after legal demandof the court and referee is found to be correctas war against crucifixes and Madonnas has

but a scholarly and efficient teacher a sufficient working majority, althoughthis the payment of rent due. to the errors assigned upon the one appeal, his cordial consent. He is not, however, in s
2. A simple demand of possession is nota but incorrect as to matters involved in the
bringing to his classes the advanced methods majority will not be so great as duringthe notice to quit nor do the facts that the other the judgment to be rendered here is favor of repealing the Concordat, of disen 4

and superior mental drill of the United last two preceding sessions. Perhaps it tenant failed to pay the rent but admittedhis one of general reversal awarding a new trial. dowing the church, or of persecuting the

States :Military Academy at West Point, the is well that this is so, for too great a prepon- responsibility for it and promised to pay Judgment reversed and new trial awarded. rural cur s. On all these points )[. Clemenceau -

foremost mathematical school in America.A derance of one party is apt to produce carelessness it, constitutes such a legal demand as is necessary Fleming & Daniel for The Mutual Loan goes beyond him, and so trumps his
to establish an unlawful detainer under and Association & J.
Building C. P. C.
complete and costly chemical and physical in legislation, and renders it more ;
best cards. In his the advanced
the statute. Cooper, for Price and Price. newspaper more .
apparatus renders the study of the natural difficult to secure the constant attendanceof Judgment reversed and new trial awarded. demagogue quotes with approval '

sciences interesting 'as well as instructive. all members and concert of action. We Meek & Deans, for appellant; Cockrell & WASHINGTON. Prounhon's prophecy that the time will come

Young lady students will find literary ad- have not seen a full list of the members elected Walker, for appellee. when "a priest for simply exercising his
To the Editor Mirror
vantages equal to those of the best female but note a few matters which have at- of The : functions will be swindler "
Urban C. Herndon Appellant, vs. William WASHINGTON November prosecuted as a ..r
colleges; and in the department of instru- tracted attention. Messrs. Thompson, of Hurter and Sherman Conant partners as ,25,1882.It and he more than excuses the Montceuu out-

mental and vocal music they will find in Nassau, and Niblack, of Columbia both of William Hurter & C-i<*R e-pondents.-Baker cannot be said that the alarm and des- rages by denouncing the "spiritual despotism

Mrs. French a teacher who has no equal in whom are much above the average legislative county. pondency among the Government employe'sover of the owners of the mines. Nevertheless -

Florida and no superior in the South. A material, have not been returned to the WESTCOTT, J. : the result of the election is unprece- it is evident from that
Where first after bill filE'd.decree many signs,
a mortgagee, much
dented. as surprised as
Senate. In the House the Republicans have They are
handsome and commodious building will be
of foreclosure and of the M. Clemenceau he
payment even thoroughgoing as j
much than two votes in the
gained more they were in 1874 when the Democratic victory -
pushed to early completion. When com- election of Cowgill and Dennis, while it is mortgage debt continues his suit, fraudu- is, does not satisfy the more fanatical disciples
Nor has the late
obtains the of receiver was less expected.
pleted the only defect in our academic lently appointment a
I to be regretted that in a county which is of that "Revolution en permanence"which
and resists the claim of second
I a mortgageefor election produced the consternation among
will have been remedied and certain to send Republicans, no competent
the payment of a just debt of the mortgaged is the ideal of the democracy in the
person has been elected to succeed Conant, them that the election of Tilden 1876, pro-
Eest Florida in all the
Seminary appoint- property, thus fraudulently protracting cities of France. In his
oration -
who, while he would bear watching in politics
clerks and Government
duced. The Republican -
ments of an educational institution will be the litigation and continuing the receivership -
was an able and useful member in he disclaimed any scheme for the recon-
he is with the officials not for this
properly chargeable were unprepared
without a peer in Florida. general business. So the House has met struction of society and denounced the '
costs of the ,
receivership.Order cataclysm and if they are not resigned, theyat
with a loss in the defeat of Dr. McMeekin, ,
Columbia. reversed.D. throwing of deadly engines an inof-
of Putnam, whose character experience and least are not utterly cast down. They among
C. Dawkins and R. B. Archibald for
Heretofore Columbia county has made no sound sense made him a valuable member been often fraud fensive gathering. Such moderation, of
appellant Cockrell Walker for appellees. so pulled through by
; ,
pretensions toward competing with her more Some of the best of the old Assemblymenhave course, excited opposition, and his meeting
and money, that they have a not unreason-
been returned such as Harris and
southern sister counties in the productionof John B. Hogans, et al., Appellants vs. Geo.R. the ended in "most admired disorder." It was
Bryan, of Orange, Getzen of Columbia and able confidence in their ability to enjoy
the delicious golden fruit, nor does she Dougherty of Volus>ia. Among the newly Carruth, Appellee.-Duval county. spoils by the same means after 184, and for- said in the last century that "the Revolution ;

offer to do so yet, but this season will rank elected members, McClellan,of Jackson, and WESTCOTT, J. : devoured its own children." In France today ,i

her among the counties of Florida Mabrey, of Sumter, will be quite an acquisi- 1. A plaintiff in ejectment cannot recoveras ever. it seems destined to exhaust them almost
orange tion to the House.Altogether The work in all the Departments has been
and her will be against one having possession without before they are utilized, or after a brief spellof
though shipments
this Legislature will be a very title by proving title in a third person. much neglected of late, not only on accountof
compared with her southern relatives.yet will good one and much will be expected of it.Upon 2. Right to possession is an incident to the absence of clerks who are granted office. Rochefort blazed like a comet and

aggregate sufficiently to place her in the rank its actions will largely depend the im- legal title and is good against a naked possession disappeared; M. Gambetta had a short reignat
home and
from six to ten days to vote,
mediate future of the State. If its courseis go
unaccompanied by claim of title. and recalled to be dismissed
and file and of Tours was
arc a quality unsurpassed.
wise and patriotic. we shall have a continuance 3. A defendant in possession will defeat a but for the last three months, so great has

Shipments commenced about two weeks ago and increase of our present prosperity, recovery by plaintiff by showing title: in an- been the interest in the elections, the legiti- after even a more limited tenure; 31. Jules

and have aggregated up tothe present about and the continued ascendancy of the Democratic other person. mate and necessary business of the Government Simon, M. Dufaure, M. Waddington, M. de

86,000 oranges-the result of sales in town party will be assured but if unwise 3. Where the courses and distances in a Freycinet, have all been used.
counsels life will be to from the duties of the President and
prevail, new given
deed do not cover the quantity of land
Prince Bismarek must smile grimly at this
by few few trees around their
a owning a
Republicanism and Independen than. The called for and art, therefore uncertain as Cabinet down to those of the $900 clerk,
houses. The shipments will begin in earn- plainest duty of the Legislature are to abbre- boundaries, and there are other boundaries have been left undone. President Arthur development of the regime which he pro- '

est now, and large quantities purchased and viate the session and to reduce their own per given in the deed by adjoining tracts whichare moted after the war. M. Thiers said: 'The i
has not had time to give his moral supportto
shipped. One thing we have demonstrated diem. The present pay, considered in some ascertained and sufficiently established Republic divides us the least." But the Re-
respects is not. too high but a membershipof the lines will be extended to them where the prosecution of the Star Route thieves,
beyond the peradventure of a doubt, the the Legislature is not intended to be an public that attacks the magistracy, assails
such a course is consistent with the mani- or to compel the appearance of so important -
success of orange culture in the northern office of profit and a reasonable reductionin fest intention of the parties. Ex-Senator religion, and menaces property, is not the
a witness as Spencer, now
latitude of i"'lorida.-Court adjourned late the pay of members would make a considerable 5. If as to an ancient deed coming from object for which the veteran statesman
saving in the of the State. holding a Government position and drawing
expenses the possession of the heirs of the it
grantee M. and firm man
Saturday afternoon. The following is a fought. Gre"vy, a just ,
So, if business was pushed from the begin- appears that the names of one or more of monthly pay, but unable to be found when
statement of of the Circuit Courtof the session could be ended in will doubtless be able to preserve order and t
expenses ning,
forty the grantors who could not write, is in the wanted to testify against Dorsey and Brady.In .
this county for the past three terms, days as easily as in sixty. Every Legislature! Handwriting of a person then present and Interior vindicate law, but he will find his hands too
the Post Office Department, De-
which shows a satisfactory reduction in its since the Democrats have come into power, not a party to the deed or in interest in the full at home to have leisure for adventures 1
has intended to do these things but has not absence of evidence of fraud, the partment, and especially in the Pension and
presump- abroad. On side there will be
fall term 1881 every carping
expenses : Expenses $1,495.- succeeded for want of proper management.In tion is that the signatureswere made in the Patent Offices, the work is from two to four
30 term 1882 $822.50 these matters have drifted critics ready to trip him up, and a policy of
; expenses ; ex- they along presence of the parties by virtue of an oral months in arrears. There is no reason why
penses fall term 1882 $509.85.-The ship- without proper direction and on account of I 'direction from them in which event the repose will be forced on him by the necessi-

ment of oranges from this point has now differences of opinion as to details, have accomplished i i signatures are those of the parties as princi- it should be so. The clerical force is more ties of the case. Under such circumstances
nothing at all in this direction, pals. than sufficient, but disgraceful neglect, indolence -
commenced in earnest. The I dynasties have more than once sought in
major portionof since the session of
1877. As soon as the I 6. Proof of the handwriting; of witnessesto and criminal dishonesty will alwaysbe
the fruit is extraordinarily fine, many of Legislature meets, the Democratic caucus : an ancient deed, they being dead the brilliant victories beyond the frontiers the
the rule in a civil service whose tenure
the oranges averaging between threequarters should fix the per diem at a reduced sum, deed coming from the heirs of the grantee, means of silencing their enemies in the inte-
fix an early day for adjournment, put these and been the depends upon politics and the favor of bosses -
having spread upon county the
of pound each. Already over $5,000 rior. This device, however, used by
measures through the Legislature work up records in regular order and in due form, is who value a clerk more for what he can
worth of the fruit has been shipped from to the time fixed and then at once adjourn. snfficient proof of execution and delivery. Bourbons in 1823, and by Napoleon III, in
do on the stump and at the polls than for
this point.-The following is statement Thus they can prove their faith by their 7. Under our statute the attestation of a his contests with Russia, Austria, Mexico ..

of the exports of four articles-cotton, cot- works and do more for the people of the deed in the words : Bargained, sold, trans what he can do at the desk. and Prussia, is not available for M. Grevy,
State than they are likely to do in other which ,
any ferred and acknowledged in presence of us, The business of the Government,
ton seed lumber and hides-from Lake M. de Freycinet, or M. Gambetta. Their
City John's
; way.-St. Weekly. "
where the testificandum clause is : In wit- has grown to be gigantic beyond the comprehension -
the month of October enemies know well the old trick, and discount -
during : -- -- -- ---- ness whereof the said parties of the first
of all who do not make it a special
578 bales of sea island cotton............$58,700 List of Letters part have hereunto set their hands and it beforehand, while the Constitution

132,000 feet of lumber....................... 1,320 Remaining in the Post-Office Fernandina seals, the day and :year first above written" study is not managed in the interest of the makes a declaration of war invalid withoutthe

90 tons cotton seed........................... 1,080 Nassau county, Florida, Dec. 2, 1882. other facts showing delivery being established country on business-like principles, but, consent of the Chamber. Thus it is curious ,

4,400 pounds bides.......................:.... 484 Persons for these letters is sufficient. without principle, in the interest of politics.If .
calling must say 8. The maxims animus ad se omne ducit to see the peace of Europe promoted ,
the voters of the country could only know,
Total for October..........................$61,584 advertised: and mula grainatica non ritiat chartam ap through the factious enmities of parties in I

September exports......................'.... 9,548 Bonoe, Peter Monday, Ben plied. as i it is known here, the negligence and in- France. France "stews in her own juice," t
Baley, E. D. Martin G. W. Judgment affirmed.C. competency, the grand and petit larcency
Total for September and October.$71,132It Baker, Julia Miller, Geo. A. L. Robinson C. P. & J. C. Cooper, for practiced by one hundred thousand officeholders and the saucepan does not,as formerly, .
appellants Cockrell &Walker, for appellee.The ble over the Alps or the Rhine. ? x
Baker Hester Saucy, SaryClark ;
must be borne in mind that there are i I the party in power would receive a
L. G. Smith, Emma
two other depot outlets for this county- Fuller, W. 31. Smith Hattie I Mutual Loan and Building Associa- more emphatic order to go than i it received

Welborn and Olustee,-Lake City Reporter. Freeman James Wiley, James I tion, Appellants.VB.Mites and John Price, in' 74, in '76 and in '82. New Information to Florida.

Hearth J. J. Wilson P. Appellees, and Miles and John Price, Ap- When a case of grand larceny like the One hundred and ninety-six pages of new F
Hunter, Chenny Williams, Siegh pellants, vs. The Mutual Loan and Building matter with for 1882. Send six cent*
Star Route theft has been discovered there map
There is no better illustration of what can Jackson, Richard F. Williams, Toma AssociationAppellees.county

be done in Florida by industry and perse- Johnson, Susan Williams, Emma WESTCOTT J. : is great popular indignation. 'But when the i to R. C. LONG, ,Tallahassee, Fla., or. to C,"

verance, than the magnificent grove of I > SAM'L T. RIDDELL P. M. 1. Sureties upon the bond of the treasurer statement is made that during every fiscal j DREW, Jacksonville. Fla. -



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'1 THE DO VE. *> '\ 1 I rebuffs of fortune, and recognized the hope- \ Of course-not," said he ; and you only \ a host, and a lover has a trump card put ing his pretty horses along the park with
1 lessness of his suit, the general laugh againsthim expressed the general sentiment. Come,shall into his hand when he wooes in that capacity Lady Violet at his side, while Gerard sat at
A COMPANION TO FOES. MV';. was powerless to hurt, and he was even we go down and join them ?" : Courtesy laid its trammels on Lady his desk and steadily wrote a letter that did
f beguiled into joining it himself. Steps leading down to the terrace werecutin Violet, and made her Howard's companion indeed savor less of fiction than of fact.
tJ Once upon a summer evening, The next son, Edward had only a second the rocky hillside. As he put out his in drag or dance or dinner, when choice Once he paused in his writing, and while he
'i'q' J As I lay reposing, dreaming affection free to offer, if Venus herself had hand to lead her down, he looked up, and would have led her far a-fiE'ld ; and it was caressed that heavy moustache of his un-
"t While the twinkling; stars were beamingAnd appeared on the'scenes, his first being cen- their eyes met. If they had held by the less easy to escape from the trap gathering consciously with his hand. gazed out of the
q the light; was faintly gleaming tered in a pack of otter-hounds of which he old, time-honored language read there they round her that, from force of family tradi- window and dreamed and hoped and wooed
>;1. Through the window of my room, was the joyful master. He was full of deference might have been safe, but- tions or other causes, no one of the brothers and won in fancy all against his better jud<'-
;a ''t:i Suddenly beside my 1 illnw, for the sex, however, and had greatly He does n'ot'car for me," she thought, came forward to interfere with Howard's ment and conscious intention. Along distant -
'.; .'. Like the murmur of a billow, enjoyed having Lady Violet at his side when and '( I must not let,her suspect she is eve- right. There was one who feared not How- stretch of the road commanded by his
' j,.( Or the sigh of weeping willow he drove Howard's"fourinhand here and rything to me." said the other, with an ard one iota, and felt that power within him window the carriages went gayly on their
:.: 'Mill the shadow and the gloom, there during the last fortnight sending them honorable man's repugnance to bid any one that justifies courage and arms for any com way. Howard's tandem led tile way ; on
.j.;.1 There was heard gentle sound, cheerily along the level roads with a secret share his invalid career, and an unusually bat, but Gerard was deterred by other mo- the seat beside him was a lady. Gerard bent
Floating; on the air around, pride in his own skill in their manipulation. modest estimate of his own attractive pow- tives from seeking Lady Violet's preferencefor his head over his desk again and wrote his
;: :As an echo from above; The eldest of the trio was stalwart like his ers. Yet both wished those few steps would himself.!: letter to the end without a second pause.
::<...' And I, waking; saw a dove brothers, as far as inches and proportions last longer, and went down hand-in-hand ina That malady which had haunted all his Two evenings later the family had dispersed -
F>; p Perched upon the whitened head went, but he had hen delicate from boy- lingering content, previous career stood now like a barrier be- for the night, and when Judson; cameto
' };.4 Of a statue near my bed, hood, and so often face to face with the arch So that is over," said Gerard, with more tween him and the path that inclination barricade the hall door, on the steps out-
" And it seemed with soft, low cooing enemy, that it was a matter of no small sur- emphasis than he was aware, as their hands would have made him follow. Even now, side were Gerard and Lionel, and the former,
:"t Mv lone heart to soothe with wooing, prise to him sometimes to find himself now, fell apart. and, as it seemed to him, accelerated by taking on himself to fulfill that office, dismissed
;, Like an angel 1 from the sky, % past thirty, still walking in the flesh about "The steps down, do you mean ?" she Howard's return, some premonitory symp the old man with a kindly good
.: t Or a spirit hovering nigh. the park at home. In Howard's absence, he asked. toms he had learned well to understandwere night.
,'r, had taken the trouble of the various comings "The descent to a lower level,*' he re- warning him that another struggle for Gerard leaned against a pillow, while li-
"'L While I lay entranced and dreaming, and goings of late on his own shoulders, plied ; and the next moment they had joinedthe life might not unlikely be at hand whose onel measured his length in an easy attitude
'i \ Startled by the echo seeming; and the result had given universal satisfac- rest of the party, and it seemed to Ge- issue no one could foresee. The slight esti- across the steps, and the perfume of their :
,;': To be whispered from above, tion. : rard some dozen voices, his own among mation in which he held his own powers of cigars made the night fragrant. The day
.t s In the starlight faintly gleaming, This afternoon, Lady Violet and he, returning them, were introducing Howard to Lady attraction made him singularly blind to the had been unusually warm for Sept'mber.mak1l1 ,
,1; i With its form of beauty beaming, from a walk, came out through a bend Violet Kneller. danger he ran, while concealing his own the cool darkness more refreshing
;.: I beheld the snowy dove; of the path into sunshine from the shade of Sun-browned, dark and handsome in face, love, of cruelly wounding that of another ; now, and the sky was thickly studded with
With a thrill of wonder gazing some trees. It was a favorite walk, and one and commanding of mien, Howard the magnificent and so, as the days went on, he refrainedmore I stars. When earth fails it naturally draws
On the visitor ; amazing, that wound round a craggy hill of no great was further endowed with a good and more from ,joining in what was i us to heaven. The brothers gazed upward
I demanded: Who are you?" eminence.rising close to one side of the Hall. address, and welcomed Lady Violet with going forward, or seeking Lady Violet as he as intently any saint or astronomer could
", And the gentle bird of whiteness, Masses of foxglove made the hillside bright some empressement. In lively and agreeable had done at first. have done, and as they looked a shooting
With its snowy robe of brightness, to-day and where the road at intervals manner the tall ..flowed on, and few ladies One day at luncheon, an expedition for star-that most pathetic break in the calm
Answered with a con : wound into ravines were groups of mountain would have b insensible to the concern the afternoon was being discussed, and a difficulty I I and majesty of the hl'avE'ns-pa half
,'_; ,. I am sent," he said, "from Aiden, ash trees, the berries of which had yel- displayed by such a handsome man as arose to find seats in the carriages for across the sky before them and melted into
.. By a fur and lovely maiden lowed on the way to redness. Howard for the due enjoyment of his guest. all the party. the blue."There.
I With a message unto thee : Gerard was smooth-shaven all to a thick, What had they not 'gone to the polo Put me out of your calculations" said you go," said Lionel not too poeti
: I am come to soothe thy sorrow. brown moustache. His eyes were blue and match at Q-, nor taken her yet to Ivy Gerard ; "that will l simplify matters. I cally. "Vanished like my hopes luckless
,.> Bid thee from despair, too borrow remarkably expressive, but self-control hadso City Abbey, the great lion of the neighborhood must stay at home to-day." I suitor that I am !"
Hope that thou her face shalt see ; far triumphed in his character that the ? Why, whatliad they all been about? "Ah, that will set it all right," said How- "As brief perhaps but rather more bright,
For thy cherished one is living. most usual expression of his face was one ofa The last omission must be rectified forth- ard. I suppose you have been overdoing I I imagine, than those hopes could have beenat
And her thoughts to thee is giving, nonchalant and half-amused observationof with, and what day should they choose for yourself, Gerard, and are seedy again. So I any time," returned Gerard. "Never
On a bright and distant shore ; the ways and doings of his fellow-crea- it?" yon are quite right, old fellow. to stay where mind, Lionel, it is a good sign to aim high
And I come her carrier dove tures. Lady Violet's characteristic expres Where are you off to. Gerard ?" said his you are" i for the first love.".
With a message from thy love ; sion, on the contrary, was one of sweet earn- sister Ethel. You mustbetired afteryourwalk "I have letters to see to," replied Gerard "First indeed !I" said LicJE'1.u
' Who is thine for evermore." estness, while her smile, when it came, was and tea will be out directly." going on with his task of balancing biscuits : story, that, at twenty. I should not rare so
so swift, sympathetic and bright as to be especially None for me, thanks." said Gerard. I with great nicety on his setters nose ; but much if Howard would but let her alone. I
By this joyful news excited alluring. She was not smiling now ; have got to be at the stables for half an houror one at the table noticed with a yearning at wish you had gone in yourself to win her,
Raptured, ravished and delighted, over her beautiful gray eyes the lashes were so," and he strolled off in that direction. her heart not easily endured that there was ,. Gerard : she is much too good for him : but
I. tin snowy bird addressing drooped, and a compression of pain was Quite two hours later he was returning an unwonted pallor to-day in Gerard's face. you different, and I believeshe likes you
. Asked, with earnest voice inquiring; about her lips. along the shrubberies when he was met and His speech, she observed, was not frequent, best of the lot of us. after all." .
( What my soul was must desiring "I cannot believe that doctors are so use- joined by Lionel, a fair young picture to for all that he kept up his usual banteringtone "Rather a moot point. I should say." said
That her name to me expressing, less as to be unable to deal with your case," look on ; fresh as morning itself, and with- toward Lionel and others and he Gerard, "so we will put it aside, if you haveno
He would set my heart at rest- she exclaimed. "You should not speak of out suspicion on his often smiling lips of strolled away out of doors by himself as objection for another. Lionel, has it
Still the tumult in my breast. your health as youare doing now." the moustache he so earnestly coveted to see soon as the meal was over. never :struck you we are one too many here
And assure me that my maiden, Why not?" said he. "Doctors are divided there. The brothers walked on in silencefor Lady Violet felt ready to do some desperate sometimes?"
: In the distant fields of Alden into two classes the hopeful and the despair- a few moments, and then Gerard said : thing. Let a noble-hearted woman seethe "As how, for instance?" said Lionel.
Waited for me on that shore- ing. I have tried both, and considerably prefer Prithee, why so mute, young: lover?" man she loves in physical sufferingand "Well, we thin our woods," said Gerard,
Would be mine for evermore. the despairing. They give one the chance "As well mute :asanythin else" returned she longs at once to assert her rightto "to give fresh development to the trees that
. 1 Then I spoke with greater fervor, now and then of a pleasant suprise, while I Lionel, 811(1 I think the world is just the be at his side and minister to and I remain, and it might be wise for us brothers
'I I, the maiden's ardent lover: have been ready before now to administer most disgusting, disappointing piece of sustain him. She, too, wandered out alone to take a hint from the notion. Three of us
Does my own departed live? slow poison to the hopeful fellows in return humbug; that ever was." in hopes that some chance meeting might; very often as it is do the work of two, and
((To the bird of whiteness listening, for the disappointments to which they have Which, being interpreted means," said give her an opportunity of easing the weightat two of one, and the upshot of it is 1 am going -
While my eager eyes were glistening.For laid me open." Gerard, "and Ahab, the King, slept with her heart by some word of spoken sympathy away"
".. the answer he should give ;) "But by your own showing," said Lady his fathers, and Ahaziah, his son, reigned in and while framing in her mind how "Going away !" exclaimed Lionel, sitting
... I Tell me, 0 thou carrier dove, Violet eagerly., "they have been in the main his stead. this was to happen she suddenly came upon upright in his surprise,and trying vainly! to
..' Of mv absent cherished love, more right than wrong. You may yet have Exactly so," said Lionel, smiling, "and the object of her solicitude seated on a gar- scan his brother's face in the uncertain light
Whom I knew in days of yore ; many years before you of usefulness in the I dare say I should not care much only den bench in a hollow of rhododendrons. 1'rna of all people Gerard, whom none of
Has she \passed the shining portal world." that Howard always will come King Aha- He was looking away from her toward the us wish to spare. What do you mean ?"

,..".. Of the blessed land immortal, Gerard gave a litttlelaugh. "I cannot flat- ziah so awfully strong, it riles a fellow so." distant hills his arm thrown across the rus- "You know about this expedition of Lord
Going through the golden door? ter myself that the world would be much "Well, my"son," said Gerard, as far as tic back of the seat and his hand slightly A.'s to Egypt," answered Gerard quietly.
; Docs she move in light and splendor, poorer if my work in it came to an end," he your chances in the desired quarter are concerned supporting his head ; but he turned on hear- "He wanted a kind of secretary,
Do the all attend her, I it does not matter much her His face calm and upper saga-
graces said. "My brothers have each careers cut out fancy ing footsteps. was cious adviser, and highly-gifted companion,
On that far and distant shore? for them. Howard has this place and the whether he is here or not, and it is always self-contained as ever ; but his solitary reverie so I fancied the post would suit my style of
duties of a landed proprietor to attend to. well to face the inevitable." had left on it an elevation such' as she
genius. In short, I as well tell at
Words and tones and looks revealingAll may you
Ted has devoted himself to field sports, andI "Oh, I am not saying my chances were had never seen there bcfure. as the light lin- once it is all arranged between us, and as lie
my depths of inward feeling do not despise them as a profession what- hopeful, and for that matter, he ad edgrandly' gers in the west although for us the sun has
)Moved affected by pleading is a very good fellow and we always get on
my whether I
the world in do. Lionel "it is an open question
ever general may set.Her together, I fancy I shall enjoy the expedition -
And my anxious questions heeding, tie down h'artosank within her. The immortals
aims at being an army doctor, and will, I should care to myself so early exceedingly."
'Thus the dove, my soul discerning, Here derisive laugh from his brother seemed to her already claiming him for
think do well in that line. But for myself, came a "But Gerard" said Lionel, in a voice from
." Answer" made: these words returning : all my earlier years were passed in futile attempts which he had some difficulty in not join- those higher regions where human love and which all jocularity had subsided "they say
In the distant fields of Aiden
to enter one profession after anotherin ing. sympathy may not follow until their resurrection -
that expedition will stay out two or three
On a bright, Elysian shore, defiance of health; and, now, having But what I say is, who was to think of into feelings purer and I less pas- at the very least."
Dwells a fair and lovely maiden, Howard turning just now ? We have sion-tossed than those of earth. Not one years "
failed in all, thanks to that ever-recurring up "I know it. said Gerard, "and that is
And her name is Elinore ; impediment, and not possessing brains had an awfully jolly time of it, and none of word of the speeches she had rehearsed came partly the reason I am going. There is such
'Mid the flowers about her blooming! "
us wanted a change, not she or any one. to her now.
, enough to write a book or discover a new remonstrance in your tone, my dear boy
-r' 'Mid the odors sweet perfumingAll said Lionel, discarding a nominative, "andit He rose with his usual smile of greeting -
solar system, I should be rather a fool to sup- up that it forces me to speak more frankly. As
the balmy air around, pose myself very necessary to the existing will all go to the dogs now. When a fellow : and would have had her join him on the my health now stands I do not believe my
the, arrayed in robe of whiteness, order or things." says he is in Scotland shooting grouse, rustic seat, and when he declined, savingshe life is worth six months' purchase from this
,. Walks an angel in her brightness "Then value your life, if you dp; not care why cannot he stay there, and be hanged to must prepare for the drive, he walked moment but a complete change hI'mme
With wrtMtli immortal crowned. "
a to do so for yourself, for the sake of those him. beside her toward the house. She knew it to such a climate as Egypt might pro-
Then the bird, his wings unfolding, who love you," said Lady Violet in a low and "What brought him down?" said Gerard. was useless to remonstrate, that his good long'my valuable life indetinitely, and one
Left me as I lay beholding Did hear?" breeding would not permit her to return
troubled voice. She had strung herself up you has: even heard of marvelous cures effectedthere. :
Filled with transport, and delight; to say the words which meant so much "lie said he came as soon as he heard Lady alone. She felt humiliated annoyed, disappointed It will be worth putting it to the test
, 'i With a soft sonorous coo, more"to her than they outwardly betrayed. Violet settled to stay on," said Lionel; "does I but to nothing but the merest whether to live or die. I suppose and either
I Nodding, bidding me adieu It seemed that her riches and health and !he think no one is tit to entertain her but trivialities could she give utterance. way no great harm can come of it."
r Through the open window flew prosperity were creating such a barrier between himself? She has done very well without How different to that day on the hillside
Out into the gloomy night. two destinies that longed to meet, him, it strikes me." when grave and gay topics had mingled so No great harm !I" ejaculated Lionel.
But the bright enchanting vision that she felt well-nigh tempted to grasp at "She would make just the kind of wife easily, and t they had jested of another meeting For you to go away for years, take all the
Of the distant fields of Elysian royal prerogative with the noble self-aban Howard is looking out fur" remarked Gerard : at Glanirwon :She: could scarcely have brightness from herewith one fell swoop"his -
: And my cherished Elinore, donment of true love, andspeak out plainly coolly. "It is impossible you may named the place to-day to save her life, and I voice broke there for a moment exiling land-
As a fur and lovely maiden what was in her heart. have her as a sister-in-law if that will please felt, with every step she took, how enforcedwas yourself with strangers in a foreign
Dwelling: in the land of Aiden, They passed again under the shade of trees you. You had better bear it in mind, and the escort on his part. He gave her lit I there to light: it out alone with life or death" !
In my light for evermore. and so the only time in which he had spoken as for Howard, he has only acted very natu- tie cause to think so, for he kept the con- Gerard, do you want to break my heart?
There shall I my loved one greetingAt to her of his health came and went. rally, and much as you or might have versation up far better than she and walked And Lionel flung his unfinished cigarfrom
our future early meeting, done in his place. There goes the dressing with deliberate! steps when once he had as- him to fall wherever it listed.
On that distant radiant shore Some years previous chance had led him, .I gong. We are just in time. Cheer up, Lionel certained the time fixed on for the expe- "There i is no need to draw the picture so
With ecstatic and when on a visit near to Lady Violet Knell- would her darkly" said Gerard with determined cheer
joy gladnessFree i my boy ; all is not over yet. dition not oblige to hurry.It
from and sadness er's home, at Glanirwon, to spend an even- fulness. uTile doctors here, as you know,
parting pain "Gerard said Lionel, throwing an impulsive was only when they reached the, ter-
I ,
Elinore ing there that had served as a bright emulate each other in their incapacity to set
Clasp l again my I hand on his brother's shoulder as race, and saw Howard standing outside the
letter to this later acquaintance.Emerging me right, and if this chance: succeeds-and
et Call her mine turned into the house. "I'll be hangedif house looking toward them, that she found
Rev. J. II. Martin D. D. from the trees, they were talk- they why should it not ?-you would grant it
ing of this former meeting, and she again I do not think you are the best fellow in courage to say : worth the trial. But take the other alterna-
------ ------- looked bright, for he spoke of Glanirwon in the world. You make me friends with myself "I hope it is really letters that keep you tive, and what then? What can it matter
ONLY A SUMMER VISIT. and else when I would defy at home tO-day, not indisposition ?"
one any
much the tone she would have chosen for every whether we say good-by a little sooner or a
him to use.hI don't believe it is ever dayfight the Archbisliop Canterbury to do it oth "No, thank you, I am all right," said Gerard I little later? We are not sentimentalists.: Our
T _.. .. :. erwise. Here, Judson," to the butler in the deliberately, "and the letters are not a
Dangerfield park was a fine country-place there, he situ: and i even doubt usreal faith and affection( as brothers need to be no
its all it back hall, officiating at the gong, stop that old poetical fiction:for once. You will see some to
belonging to the Danbys, and it looked existence at conies to me firmer than now. I rely on you never
best one finesummer afternoon that came ina after such an uncanny fashion. It stands tom-tom of yours this minute, or 1'11"and country in your drive to-day more like your give me cause to feel less confidence in meeting -
had about the as a finish to thesentence he threatened Welsh scenery than is usual with us, so I and I
spell of set-fair-summer weather. It out in my memory as most perfect than now in parting from you,
I bl'held-dews and the man with his cricketing cap, just taken hope it will get the seal of your approbation The rest
.been coincident now with the visit to Dan- scene of beauty ever think you may rely equally on me. ;
:1 ierlield Park of Lady Violet Kneller, who, moonlight, deer and river mists ; and I suggested off and now rolled into a ball. is not in our hands: and if our parting were
Laving; l-itely formed a friendship with one to my friend that we should cut the For all reply, Judson bestowed on him a Howard was awaiting for them, watch in I to be this night we might go far before finding

Of the Din by girls, had come to stay with dinner party and dance, where you were all fatherly smile of indulgence, and looked affectionately .hand,1' ,0.and. i...challenged_ ..,t..o ol Lady, :Violet's punctui. ._- a more fitting moment."
her friend and make the aquaintance of the strangers to me, and take our pleasuring in after the two fine young men 'mty tu tie -uuv at me glrcn tmnte. one Not a word came from Lionel forsome moments -
rest of the family. your park instead. He did not seem to see as they mounted the staircase, for, while he promised compliance: and left them with an then :
The present oWlier of D.ingerfield Park, it, so we went into the house, and you madeit believed greatly in all the house of Danby, aching heart, both brothers turning to watch You are going: very soon, Gerard?" said
fcandsome} II iward: Dauby had gone up to s.o pleasant that, behold, I forgot all about Gerard and Lionel were his especial favor- her lialL graceful figure as she passed into the I he, while a sudden miat seemed; to him to
Scotland a fortnight ago to favor the grouse moonshine and everything else in less.than obscure: the brilliant throbbing those:; stars
Violet ites.Hard it is to the fleeting perfume ofa Do what he would, Howard could not fail I above. .
with his presence but three stalwart brothers half an hour. Lady laughed. stay 1
yet remained to do honor to Lady Violet's "Are you always so merry down in Wales, violet, and not I less difficult to keep an at- to recognize Gerard as an equal, and that he "The expedition has been hurried forward I
visit. Mrs. Danby was a fond, indulgent and does the moon never get into the fourth. mosphere less serene into which a disturb- felt his brother in reality his superior was ,'' said Gerard. I go up town, tomorrow
with there he added. element has entered. It was even as Lionel perhaps the reason he did not oftener seek ordered and
mother to them all, hut duly imbued a quarter ? ing to inspect: the outfit I have
,''i belief in the perfection and general infallibility Never," she answered him, according to had feared, and Lady Violet Kneller's his society and confidence. Now however, get the remaining necessaries ; after that
r of her son Howard. Her two daughters his jesting spirit. "It is always full moon visit did not go on as brightly nor give as he was just enough provoked at Lady Violet's there will scarcely be time for more than to
were amiable girls, who have little to do there. If you doubt me, come and see for much universal satisfaction as before the arrival delay to hazard a remark which might run down to take leave before we sail. I did
r' with these pages. The time had gone so yourself."Yes of Howard. It came about as naturallyas or might not be welcome to the hearer. That not know this before today but it is perhapsthe
ilt\ ckly over the heads of these young people I will come." he said, laughing, water finding its own level. Almost insensibly leisurely walk along; the terrace had looked best way of doing it. In the morning; I
and they had been so merry and intia"imite "either in the flesh or out of it. Magicalarts and on the very first evening, the more satisfactory than it really had been. shall see my mother before I go and tell\ her
and happy together, it would have should be detected and exposed. It is large party that had usually stayed long and "Shall you congratulate me, Gerard," he all. about it, but I want you to know it now,
-., been curious if all hearts had come out of, it only in Wales such practices can linger," late around the piano was deserted first by asked, twirling a geranium leaf between his Lionel, for I count on you, not to let me be ,
unscathed. If further reason for peril were and so they passed, laughing, into shade one and then another, until only Lady Vio- fingers, to affect indifference. "if I prove suc- missed:: by I., or any one ij,
'' yrant,ing. Lady Violet was bautiful, bright again.When. let and Howard were left there in possession.So cessful in that fair quarter, and present you not even'by poor old Judson," said Gerard,
and good; an only child and doubly orphaned once more they returned to sun- it was in walking driving-everything all with a sister-in-law?" with a smile.
1 iince her early childhood; and although shine the house was full in sight, and on that befell on the next day and the next. It "You would certainly be in a position to There was silence again for some moments
; \he family estates had passed with the title the terrace below them the rest of the partv seemed to Howard only in the right and merit very much congratulation" said Ge- and then, Lionel spoke in a voice full of pain
1'' to her fathers next male heir she was possessed were assembled, grouped round a tall hand- natural order of things that the best of eve- rard, coolly. "Do you think your chances and passion, but also with a kind of enthu-
of a fine property in one of the fair- some man who standing beside Mrs. Dan- rything should be the undisputed, aye, and then so good ?" asm ringing; throughout it :
1 $st of Welsh .va leys, and was therefore' an by's chair, placed on a rug of leopard skins the ,undivided portion of Howard Danby "Well, perhaps it is premature as yet to "Ge..rd. I had rather be you than any
heiress! of no small importance. and scarlet, looked monarch of all he sur- Esq., and that with second fiddles and half- talk of them," with the manner and smile one else I ever heard of. You.are as much
11ty Little indeed. however does heirship veyed., loaves his brothers should more than con that insinuate much "but I grant that I am above the rest of us as those stars up there.
t c"opnt; beside beauty and goodness in theeyes Vhat a remarkably handsome man !1" tent.Gerard not quite hopeless. No honors could make you higher than you
of an unspoiled boy of twenty; therefore exclaimed LadyViolet involuntarily, as they had quickly divined that How- The two men faced and eyed each other are, and death or life, it is all one to you. I
let no suspicion rest on the name Lionel, paused to look down on the terrace. Gerard ard's eagerness to return home ere Lady Vi- without flinching, and a handsomer pair of would rather be like you than any one on
youngest son of the house of Danby, who did not speak for a moment or so, then said : olet's visit should progress further held a brothers could rarely be seen,although those earth."
was quite hopelessly in love with Lady Violet "Yes, you are right. It is my oldest meaning within it, and the hours were not who once staked their faith for the blue eyes My career has been one of such marked
: :His passion gave the family much amusement brother, 'Howard the magnificent,1 as we slow in confirming his opinion. Whateverwas would never condescend again to the black. success that I can easily believe you. you
and Lady Violet found no other treat- sometimes call him." Lady Violet laughed going forward, Ivy Cross Abbey, or tennis "You have made a choice that would do arch flatterer !" said Gerard, but he spoke
:' anent of her lover possible than to pet him and blushed.< or dances, Howard's place was ever at any man credit" said Gerard, "whatever the with indulgence for he knew that the words
' and laugh at him alternately. It answered, "I really could not know that," she said Lady Violet's side, and his most dazzling result may be. Perhaps as you say it wouldbe had come from the depths of as honest and
1 ; ',." 'however, perfectly; his devotion made its in deprecation when I thought he was in gifts and graces displayed forher edification.It premature yet to prophesy about that." warm a heart as ever beat, and that hl3I
"y own happiness, and having closed with the I Scotland at this very moment. is not easy to decline the attentions of They parted, and Howard was soon urg- I brother's e es looking up to the starry malI -




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occasion was marked by that regret and realized when Gerard Danby walked once season :-Irene Douglas by :Miss Allie Special attention is given to all matte I
the "
hurry balking of desire and impotence of more at her side through the river mists and I WH LB ALB AND ETAiL1 I : Ophelia Lawhom Nisbet; "The Reid Harold"Eagle Brothers Bend., by":Mrs. pertaining to the farm and household; and a N
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worn and white; but he said it was only Herne, the hunter, heard it perhaps, p I "by :Miss Janey B. Hope; "Miss: Little- family circle and the business! man, the
by Miss Eleanor
; john, M. Jones. '
from the overwork incident to the forced and the river gods and Pan-but they keep 0? FLORIDA WEEKLY TIMES is the rheaj-t t
..' march on Lord A.'s part. such secrets safely and only hint at them in I ::: Every any one subscriber of the following for one year serials is of entitledto "The est and best ever offered to the Florida public. 1.

And Lady Violet was aware she had nev- the sweet murmur of water and rustle of 3 ; Morning News Library:" TERMS (STRICTLY IN ADVANCE):
er realized what misery meant until to-day. I bough down in Wales. Anyhow, Gerard "Sombre Monde,'* by Miss Mary Rose I .
tint a word of Glanirwon, of moonlight 1 and Violet were married after a very brief en- F; Floyd; "}Iuffit," by Mrs. Ophelia Nisbet One year, $1 ; six months,50 cents; one
memories in the past or meetings in the future gagement, and somehow no one who knew 1 A. B. N&YES Reid ; "Through the Years," by Miss R. J. month, on trial 10 cents. Specimen copies ;
He was going, and even simplest the bridegroom ever insinuated that interested Q Philbrick : Iteviresco," by Miss M. E. .free to any address.
words of sympathy were frozen on her lips. motives had hoc! him to seek for the hand d Heath ; "The Heath(>rcotes," by :Mat Crim ; PREMIUMS: : I+
lie was gone, and she had only hurried forthat of the heiress l-'anirwon. -DEALER INOD I = "Herzchen," by :Mrs. Nora Lipman Hussey
the last the things she cared least to say. lIe had abundant work cut out for him in rfQC "Va coe, or Until Death,*' by :Mrs. B. M.; To each subscriber remitting $1.50, the
Time and the hour tortured her, until the the management of that fine estate, and it Zimmerman Only Nora Heartley" WEEKLY TIMES will be sent for one year,' I ll 1
solace of night was gained. was with a firm and capable hand he ruled Family Supplies,' Mrs. Ophelia; Nisbet Reid "The linage by of together with a copy of Rev. T. W. Moore's

Then, sleepless despairing;, she gauged .his kingdom. That that rule was a beloved Her Mother," by :Mrs. :Mary; Augusta Wade Treatise and Handbook of Orange Culture, '
i again and again the bitter result of a time one, that Lady Violet and he were the model H Elijah Bat hurst's Expiation :Miss; the price of which is one dollar. To each
! that had promised so fairly. Lionel would couple of the country side, may be safely HEAVY GROCERIES, Fannie May Witt "Make-Out-Hall ny subscriber remitting $2.00, the WEEKLY r
; a
undertake impossible things for my sake," assumed, and no one held the belief more N country story, by Mat Crim, of Georgia TIMES will be sent one year, with a copy of
she murmured. Howard surely wants me strongly than an aspirant for medical famein P "BrantFarm," by Miss Mary Rose Floyd; Barbour's Illustrated and Descriptive Work w
to be his wife; Gerard goes away without a the army, called Lionel, who visited very C+H Hay and Grain of.Florida; "Warp and Woof," by Miss R., on Florida, the price of which is $1.50. To
word, to die in a distant country I" frequently Glanirwon, looking alwayssome O I J. Philbrick, of Georgia.In anyone sending us ten yearly subscribers t
And next day, in good truth,Howard laid years younger than his actual age. ordering the Weekly News, state what we will send an extra copy for a year.
himelfand his prospects figuratively speaking Ted and the otter-hounds were always wel- H story you want, and it will be sent to you, .lp35" Remittances should be made by draftor
,at her feet, and never had the magnificent come, too, but Howard was not quite so fre-, ; SHIP STORES t O or to any address you furnish, by mail, postage post-office order, or in a registered letter. #
one through all his prosperous career, quent a visitor. Each time he came he M paid. Address ?
been more taken aback than by the very wondered anew how it was Lady Violet had To receive the benefit of this offer, sub- "FLORIDA TIMES" ,
distinct refusal he met with from Lady Vio- preferred his brother to himself, until some Furniture, + scriptions must be for one year, $2. 48 Jacksonville, Fla.

let. misgiving grew to mingle with the surprise, r.n Postmasters and Agents are authorized to
So time went on, and before six months and as time went on even Lionel confessedthat Stoves, forward subscriptions. Legal Advertisements.
were over Gerard, true to his presentiment:; Howard became less magnificent and r.n J. H. ESTILL, s
wan struggling for life with the disease that, more human year by year. g Paints, 41 3 Whitaker Street, Savannah Ga. NOTICE.
however often baffled before,seemed doomedto And it was, indeed, a merry world that 0
conquer now. Gerard found down there in Wales, nor did O Crockery, SIX MONTHS after date I will apply to
The result from the first seemed hopeless; its witchery lose its power,nor were his illu- 00 -THEPhiladelphia- Judge of Nassau County, Florida,
his hold on life almostgone,and though sions dispelled, for although the years have Hardware, N Times for my discharge as administrator of the et'- .
he hung on between life and death far )longer now mounted up so that children play un- tate of Lewis Davis, deceased.L. .

than the doctors had predicted, they saidit der the oaks and by. the river, the honeymoon Willow- I ore. 5 stands confessedly at the head of A. DAVIS, ,
was but the last grip of vitality so remarkably at Glanirwon has never known decrease NOW in all that Administrator. ,
strong in some constitutions, and or fourth quarter, but stands ever at toO = makes a thoroughly journalism complete, general and Orange Bluff, Fla., May 29,188228.NOTICE. :! } 1 i
that was all but impossible. the full Argosy.
recovery family newspaper. It is more complete in its I
When the patient still lived on, they mod- -- N. special correspondence and its varied contri- .
ified this opinion to a certain extent. He BEAUTY REGAINED.-The beauty and colorof butions on all subjects of popular interest;, -, ,
might linger fora while," they said ; and so the hair may be safely regained by using O> P and in all the qualities of a newspaper for WHEREAS, It has come to the knowl-
far their sagacity was justified by the event. Parker's Hair Balsam, which is much ad- the family circle and for the business man Board of County Commissioners -
But the little while grew into a long while, mired for its perfume, cleanliness and dan- i! than any of its contemporaries, because its for Nassau County, that the building
and Gerard had made unquestionable ad- druff eradicating properties.How o ---t --I, y facilities and resources are equal to heretofore used as a voting place or precinctin

vances toward recovery. hi Low' th Low M..il want of a first-class national journal. every Election District Number Five ((5)) has ,
The Solons around him were puzzled ; TO SAVE.-All hard workers are sub- < 3 3 i 3 3t I been destroyed by fire making it impracti-
they were indeed, wholly out of their reck- ject to bilious attacks which may end in THE "WEEKLY TIMES"has ticable to continue the place as a voting ; 1,
oning; but, to do them justice, they were dangerous illness. Parker's Ginger Tonic nearly doubled its former large circula- precinct ; r
even yet more pleased, for Gerard at home will keep the kidney and liver active, and tion during the year. Its contributors from It is hereby ordered, that from and after
and abroad, and ill or well, had the mysterious by preventing the attack save much sickness, week to week are among the foremost of the this first day November, A. D. 1882, a certain -
gift of winning hearts. The tenderestcare l loss of time and expense. Delay at such II nation, and no department of news or liter I building at Hart's Road station, on the
was lavished on him by the strange attendants times means danger.-Detroit Free Press. See CHOICE FAMILY ature is slighted in any number on any pretext Florida Transit Railroad, be used as such
round, and by his friend Lord A. other column. ... It is adapted as well to women as to voting place. Said building is located on
When at length he rose from that sickbed "ut r i. men ; hence, although its political intelli- the south side of said Florida Transit Railroad -
it was with a very uncertain hold on Dyspepsia, heartburn, nausea, indigestion, gence is full and accurate, and its political opposite the residence of Webster W. I.
earthly future, and it seemed scarcely etc., are always relieved by Brown's Iron editorials free and fearless, liberal provisionis Farmer, in said District.
any worth while to traverse the weary stages of Bitters. / Fred W. Hoyt & Co's.We made for literary, dramatic and musical
matters travel and adventure fiction
poetry -
convalescence with the enemy still so near.
With many a backsliding, with many Real Estate. fashions, and the chronicle of current STATE OF FLORIDA )
social events. In all these the
checks, the stages were, however, traveled 3, departments NASSAU COUNTY.I J
of the best writers while
until Gerard was at last as well as he had mention Canned pens are engaged,
our Superior selections from other journals are made with J. A. EDWARDS, Clerk of the Circuit
been when leaving England. And then Court in and for said County and State '
Fruits and Vegetables, received di- care taste and fullness that are unsurpassed.THE ,
what was this that the doctors began to hint hereby certify that the foregoing resolution 3
about and at last so openly predict-this rect from the Packers, and unexcelled by "ANNALS OF THE WAR," was adopted by the Board of County Com
that his own opinion began to confirm in a TIlE FLORIDA embracing chapters of unwritten history ,
any in the market; a fresh lot, including missioners of Nassau County, at a meeting
resolute way that was indeed new? contributed by prominent actors in the war held November 1st, 1882. r
They began, these good men, with smiles, rpOWN IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY. Jams, Preserves, etc., just received. of the rebellion, are a valuable feature of t j I' -N* J. A. EDWARDS I Ia

instantly qualified by warningshakes of the Our Creamery Butter and Cream the paper and have become a recognized i j {{ SEAL }- Clerk Circuit Court,
head to that with with fair trial depository of such matters, whether from !" __
say care, a Cheese *'-v "'* ((50 4t) Nassau County, Fla. '
ot the benefits of the Egyptian climate, and are the best. Northern or Southern sources. This department I
their own most skillful treatment, Gerard Fernaudina, Try our Sugar-cured Hams and as well as all others,will be kept fullyup f
might yet live to be older than any of them, Towns oil R. R. Line, Breakfast Bacon. to the high standard of former years. 3
and enjoy health far better than he had TERMS: Fixing the Rate of Assessment j
known before. Gerard himself; who had so And Cedar Key. Orders taken and Goods delivered to any THE DAILY TIMES-Delivered in the
often faced death calmly, could not quickly part of the city.FRED. city of Philadelphia and surrounding towns for Taxation tor
trust his voice to thank those that brough'thim for Twelve Cents a week. Mail subscrip- the Year 1882. "

now the message of life-life with its jV. HOYT R CO. tions, postage free, Six Dollars a ;year, or
renewed hopes and possibilities, its wonderful Fiftv Cents a month.
Gol- h'cn opportunities, its glamour and Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large THE WEEKLY TIMES-Fifty-six col- IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY
joy. There are some natures, and these not umns of the choicest reading, especially BE COUNCIL OF FERSANDINA-
the least noble whom joy breaks down as number of the most eligible and desirable ------- prepared to meet the wants of weekly news- SECTION 1. That for the purpose of meet- i

ill-fortune never yet had power to do, who Lots suitable for Business for paper readers. One copy, $2; five copies, ing the current expenses of said City, and
Purposes or
will meet the one with undaunted courage II. E. DOTTERER, $8 ; ten copies, $15; twenty copies $25. An the past due indebtedness thereof for the year

and calm front the other with bowed knee City or Suburban Residences, extra copy sent free to any person gettingup 1882: there be raised, by a levy upon the real
and with head abased.Gerard's clubs of ten or twenty. and personal property of the city assessed, ;
own heart knew best why he UPON EASY TERMS. DEALER IN THE SUNDAY EDITION-Double sheet, a tax of ((12i) twelve and one-half mills on
valued this boon of life so highly but he eight pages. The best known and most accomplished the dollar, as follows: 1

the was doctors slow to had believe no difficulty in its possession in and Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to *........'.................................................... writers contribute to its columns For current expenses..................1 per cent.For .
persuading every week. Two dollars a year, postage past due bonds...............'....2J mills.
him to lengthen his stay in Egypt as long as parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- SHIP STORES free single copies, four cents. SEC. 2. That the ((1)) one per cent of the
prudence required. Until their unanimous .. THE TIMES ALMANAC-A Manual of tax above assessed for current expenses may

voices had again and again ratified that trial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-. *...........................................................*: Political and other Information, publishedon be paid in City Scrip, Coupons, or cash ; bnt
hope that they had given him, until prudence the first of January, every year. Fifteen that the remainder of the tax, or the ((2J) ,
itself had no further precautions to erty purchased substantial improvements cents a copy. two and one-half mills of the tax thus ;
urge. Gerard remained in Egypt, then, fleetas Family Groceries, THE ANNALS OF THE WAR-A royal assessed shall be paid in cash.
a grayhound released from the slips, he residence. or in which to conduct their octavo volume of 800 pages,beautifully illus- Passed first reading November,9th,1882. i ?

took his way northward and homeward.Not business. trated. Written by Principal Participantsin Rules waived, and passed second reading ;
much was changed there. One sister PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, ETC., ETC., the War, North and South. Price, $3. November 9th, 1882. I
had married.Ted was otter-hunting in Wales, INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Address all letters and other communications Read third time and adopted November
Lionel's coveted moustache had come. He to 9th, 1882.

managed to get away from his work to meet by exemption for a term of years from No. 17 Centre. Street, THE TIMES, F. C. SUHRER, .
his favorite brother on his landing, and bear Times Building,' President of Council.
him back in triumph to Dangerfield Park, taxation, offered by the several cities and Chestnut and Eighth Sts., Philadelphia Attest :
, and that reunion so little hoped for, left Fernandina, Florida. W. F. WOOD. Jr.,
nothing on Lionel's side to be desired, little towns. Apply to WJittner's Manual on Gardening.Sent City Clerk.

on Gerard's either, only that his desire now CHAS. W. LEWIS, postpaid. for 50 cents. Approved : C. A. HALEY. .
was to go forward ; his home was only a halting Address the Florida Mirror. 514t Mayor .
place, and no longer a goaL Such _#3J Office cor. Beach & 7th sts., Fernandina. JZST Orders for LIME, CEMENT and ------- -- -
changes are the inevitable work of years, but PLASTER promptly attended to.
large natures such as his do not forsake) the DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
old for the new.but rather expand themselves 3?- Goods delivered to any part of the

until they take in both alike, like oaks that city, FREE.
mark the cycles of time by added rings. They

talked together again under the stars, Gerard B. NOYBS INDIAN BLOOD SYRUPCures
and Lionel, with unabated confidence and A ,
brighter hopes, and they spoke of Lady Vio- Books and Stationery. \ (Successor to W. A. SANBORN),

let Kneller. Lionel had not a little to tell of Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
trifles connected with that never-to-be-for
gotten visit long ago. In spite of his mous- DREW GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES' Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its"
tache, his face was as boyish and
as ever; but for all that Lionel was sunshiny a shrewd Bookseller, Stationer, CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN efll acy in healing the above named diseases, and

observer, and drew his conclusions some- Printer and Binder. Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to 1tI
times with remarkable nicety. There was not Steamboat Landing, .
much perhaps, that was notable in what he .''V
said, for Lionel had talked, and Gerard listened School Books and Orange WrapsNOW FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. GUARANTEED. TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.

almost in silence and with little com- Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.
ment. A SPECIALITY. Evans. Special rates for Merchandise. in Trade Mark.
Only when the two brothers stood side by large quantities. .c6Y""AGENTSTA TTED_
side on the hall steps, before parting for the Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa-
night said Gerald to Lionel : "I am going to- ;:!:- Liberal discounts to Teachers and ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the Laboratory 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it. I
morrow down to Wales and d look for Ted and Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on best in the world.

the otter-hounds. It was chiefly for that application. Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED CEDAKTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881. '. ,.
express purpose I came back to England." 59 W. BAY STREET PLOWS. Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of yonr. :
my heart,'i said Lionel ; and both laughed ,. '.j,. .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. VILLE. 33 46 ,. r RUDIE-CANTREL.. i',:.:',




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} THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY agriculture and mechanic. arts, without ex- own money and their own means,"can haveno SOME POINTS FOR LEGISLATORS.We that when a five thousand dollar building

'a j cluding other scientific and classical studies, application unless the, individuals are do not know all of the laws that are will answer we ought to sternly refuse to

DECEMBER 2 188S.t and including military tactics. to be and enacted in the countenance such
J; supposed to build with trust funds, or with necessary changed unnecessary expense as a
By the. 13th section the location is to be those oftheir, creditors We should greatly ensuing Legislature, but we will suggest a fifty thousand dollar edifice.If .
..;' I THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE j ; few that should receive attention.The this argument is sound, it will applv of
z J FUND. "as near the centre of the State as possible," regret to see the principles enunciated by the present "lawful fence" should be course to all other similar expenditures private

l t We have a fund of nearly one hundred and at some healthy and' accessible point." Times adopted by the Legislature ormunicipal dropped a rail or two. as well as public; and when so applied

,7: t These conditions can certainly be fulfilledby bodies. Non-payment of purchase-money shouldbe it will convict every civilized government,
And thousand dollars the of
.m t fifty proceeds made an additional ground for the issuing every municipality, and almost every incH
': the agricultural college scrip donated by creating an agricultural department at THE CASE OF GENERAL CHALMERS. of attachments. vidual citizen of the more advanced coun

,: i the United? States, lying, as it has been lying Gainesville, also Tallahasseeif deemed Foreclosure on personal property shouldbe tries of the world, of unnecessary, wasteful

:' :: ,t for several necessary The obvious economy of such a made by levying an execution upon the and extravagant expenditures of money.
,:,; years, unappropriated. course in saving the expense of buildings, In the district now represented by General mortgaged property based upon the affidavitof Let us apply it, for instance to our private
hur A difference of opinion has existed as to Van the that the debt is due and dwellings. All that is really
I teachers etc. is Manning, it seems that there were in mortgagee un requisite in a
::,! I its application, whether to found and sustain library, a strong argumentin one county votes returned paid. At present the process of eclosure dwelling is a structure that will shelter the
.: 't an exclusively agricultural college, or favor of this mode of immediately utiliz- 1,472 as having by bill in chancery is very costly, full of delay inmates from the r. and protect them from
:' A school ing the fund.EXTRAVAGANT. been cast for J. R. Cham bliss. The Secretaryof and productive of unnecessary litiga- the winds of heaven. A family of five per-
give itto the common fund. Someof
< State and canvassing board have refusedto tion. To foreclose a fifty-dollar mortgagenow sons can be thus sheltered and protected by

> : the States have used the fund to establish COURT-HO USES. count these votes for J.R. Chambliss. Our is as litigious as to establish a resultingtrust a structure twenty feet square, roofed with

agricultural colleges ; some to establish The Times takes the Mirror to task on the esteemed the Economist main- in a chancery court in England.The bark,and divided down the middle with can-
':.. agricultural departments in existing State subject of expensive and extravagant court- cotemporary, law of dower needs some amelioration. vas; and such a structure can be well built
tains that these votes should be counted for here in Florida at
.:' In many instances justice would dic- a cost not exceeding $2,50.
i; institutions. houses. Economy in public expenditureshas General J. R. Chalmers although they are tate both to the widow and her husband's It follows, therefore, that such spacious and
) ; It has been suggested in this State that the been made cardinal in the substantial dwellings as that
a principle returned as having been cast for J. R. Cham- estate that she take money in lieu of doweror of Mr. Huh-

"J .' fund should go to the common school fund, platforms of both political parties. It is bliss. We think the board had a moiety of the land in' fee simple. But bard and the beautiful new residence of Mr

;-. but this would clearly be a misappropriation either a principle of universal application, canvassing this! sort of justice does not exist in the pres- L'Engle are unnecessary, wasteful and extravagant
, no power or authority to count the votes for ent dower law. and something that we ought
':", t of the fund. and has a practical application to the affairsof any man but J. R. Chambliss. It is very In the matter of our divorce law we would sternly to refuse to countenance.

The provision of the act of 1870 contem- the National Government, the State, certain that had 25,000 votes been cast in suggest that greater restriction be thrown In all seriousness, the Mirror's argument --..
around the actions judges in granting the though specious and plausible on the : .
Its and else surface
plated is
a separate agricultural college. county city governments, or a
the State of New York for Grover Cleve- dissolution of the marriage bond. The way is one which no progressive people and I

.'..: f purpose was thus defined : meaningless and hypocritical utterance, a ling, although jnight: t.be assumed as prob- the law nostands a nigger can get divorced no enterprising individual ever has acceptedor

: ': SEC. 2. The design of this institution is to glittering generality to be laid aside when- able that they were intended for Grover as easy as he can be baptized. It is ever could accept. ,If accepted and car-
: teach such branches of learning as are related ever a practical question comes up. demoralizing to them especially as they are ried out to its logical conclusion, Jackson-
o. to agriculture and mechanic arts without Cleveland, they would not have been so the greater patrons of that part of our law. ville and every other city in the world would
.i. excluding other scientific and clerical Grover Cleveland, after Buffalo had suffered counted. There would be no end of trouble The present law relating to the holding of remain a mere collection of hovels, peopled

studies, and including military tactics, in a long period of extravagant and and contention if a loose mode of counting the Circuit Courts in the absence, illness or by occupants who never could rise above the I
:order to promote the liberal and practical reckless financial mismanagement, was intentions introduced.If other disqualification of a judge, needs level of Mexican "greasers." That refining
\. education of the industrial classes in the was of taste and of
elected He practical shapeto amendment badly. 1'hiscircnit has suffered multiplying human needs
several pursuits and professions of life. mayor. gave however, it should; turn out that the terriblv from the present defective law on. which constitute the very essence of civilization -
In section 11 it provides that the annual measures of reform, cut down extrav- votes were actually cast for J. R. Chalmers, the subject. We hope something good will would be strangled in their cradle;
agant expenditures vetoed improper ones, be done in this matter. and the man or the people whose instincts
interest of the fund shall be regularly ap- and the inspectors or county canvassingboard
and made a clean record upon the issue of The criminal laws need some looking af- and appetites were thus dwarfed could never
:plied without diminution to the purposes an economical administration. The unmistakable made an error in sending up their returns ter. The offence of getting money thingsof be brought under the ameliorating and elevating -

set forth in section 2. In section 13, that then Congress should, and we think value under false pretences is a growingevil influences of the Fine Arts.It .

'its location shall be as near the centre of the verdict of the country in the recent undoubtedly would, count them in favor of and the law must grow also to keep up may be asserted with confidence that a
elections is in favor of economy in with it. 'The crime morally committed in man never expends his money to better advantage -
State as possible, at some healthy and conveniently General Chalmers. By our system of secret than in
building himself a beautiful
public expenditures.What many heinous instances, but the present law
I accessible point. and to purchaseor ballot, it cannot be presumed or inferred is inadequate to cover it. home and surrounding his family in that 1

obtain by grant 100 acres. then, is economy ? Webster definesit that when a vote i is found to contain one The :Jaw relating to the offence of trespassis home with beautiful and artistic things. An

The purpose of the agricultural land : "Economy avoids all waste and extrava- name it means another. There was a cele- so mixed up with the obsolete law of the : accumulation of money which does not
( gance, and applies money to the best advan whipping post and pillory, that to bring a result in something like this is simply vulgarizing
brated in New
not to educate classso case Hampshire when
grant was especially a one I case of it would be foolish. Yet a good to its possessor, and can confer no
much as to develop and enlarge the sci- tage. Nat Head was a candidate. :Many voters wholesome law providing a punishment for real benefits upon the community in whichit

ence of agriculture as an outcome of thebetter Courts are a part of the necessary machinery supposing it to be a nickname voted for Na- trespass is an absolute necessity.As has been acquired; and precisely: the same
of government, and court-rooms for thaniel we said in the commencement of this thing is true of a community, for a commu-
instruction of our ,youth in those Head but- their votes were not
i is
article only few subjects for nity simply a collection of individuals.Fine .
the hearing of and for we suggest a
causes jury-rooms
.. .branches of science which have a bearingon : counted for Natdiead. A canvassing board legislative attention ; not all of them.-Banner and artistic public buildings are not

the cultivation of the soil, a knowledge the private consideration of verdicts, haveto has certainly no power of correction or sub- -La con. merely an evidence of the wealth of a city, _.
be provided. It has been the fashion but they create taxable and educate
stitution Congress
of its constituent elements, the laws of organic whatever may have power -
particularly in the West to make this popular taste. A few fine buildings in a
to do.
growth in plants trees and animals.
place set a standard to which others try to
As will be seen by the second section of sity for court-rooms a protest for building The Economist goes too far when it claims TUNITY. conform and as costly buildings are erected,

the act organizing the agricultural college, extravagant and costly buildings to orna- that men, not names, are voted for. The law The country is bound to have better gov-. the taxes upon them compensate the municipality
ment new towns, and give greater value to ernment. It will have it by one of the pres- for the expenditures incurred in
;! instruction in this special knowledge was to only knows men by their names, and a
real estate in its vicinity. ent parties, or by a new one. The Stalwart erecting original buildings which set the
?\ .be an adjunct to the other branches usually) wrong name vitiates an indictment, and party is out oC all possible account. Its example. The capitol at Washington cost

,taught in our seminaries of learning, not to Macoupin county, Illinois, some years many bequests in wills fail for wrong de- abuses are the reproach of the people. The $10,500,000 but it has created property worth
built a court-house costing $100-' it is the of the deter- $100,000,000 or more
; ago over scription of beneficiaries. Of victory won over cause
take their place or dispense with them. persons! or
000 and issued its bonds to pay for it. Those! mination of the people for purer public It would be more economical in the strictest -
Taking the more restricted view of the course there is a limited range of variations, methods. It will hereafter exist only to do sense of the term, for Jacksonville to

, purpose of this grant agricultural schools or very bonds have ever since been the subjectof such as misspelling Horatio into Horachio duty as a warning and as an obloquy. The erect a $100,000,000 court-house than one

.- colleges have been established in several of litigation, the county refusing to pay for or Horachie ; Jesse into .Tessa, and other Republican party is a dispossessed party. It that should cost but $5,000.-Jacksonville
them. will have to the Stalwarts who Daily Times.
, the States in which practical and theoretical slight variations in the Christian name, overcome
; have seized its organization, before it can
Many cases could be cited
farming were attempted to be made the as a which admit of a reasonable intendment.We contend for public trusts. The Democracy, WILL THE DEMOCRACY DESERVE
warning against incurring bonded liabilities apprehend that the'usual rules of will be the medium
leading and principal characteristic of the legal or a new party only SUCCESS ?
instructions given upon aesthetic or interested motives. A construction apply here as in all other cases. for some years to come through which exi-

handsome court-house is, no doubt, a pride gent reforms can be attempted.The It is very generally admitted that Republican -
: These special agricultural colleges have
material fora success for has been
ex- some
possible new party years past
and a pleasure to those who but THE ELECTION.
;. generally proved a failure. Young men are lightly ists. Such Republicans as may prefer to due more to Democratic blundering than to
brought up on farms were unwilling to be taxed. The question in this, as in all other We compile from the Floridian and other start a fresh organization, to seeking the any other cause. It has been quite evident

the and of cases of public expenditures, for the taxpayers sources the result of the November electionin overthrow of Stalwartism which pow con- since the great upheaval of 1874, which gave
simply taught principles practice and of Florida.It trols what was the Republican organization: the House: of Representatives to the Democ-
guardians public interests to
their special vocation. They understood and other citizens of independent proclivities racy by a large majority, that the country
and desired education in a broader and consider is : What is necessary to suitably will be seen that Colonel Davidson hasa could start a formidable new party. favors the restoration of that party to power.

-:.1 larger sense, hence the agricultural colleges accommodate the courts, and what is the handsome: majority over both his competitors. This is a fact which the Democracy will do This was fully demonstrated in 1876, when

financial condition of the community to be The colored voters seemed to have well to bear in mind for the conduct of the Mr. Tilden carried the electoral vote by a
received but few students, and those not of Democracy can decide whether the popular handsome majority, backed by a popular
taxed.If voted for McKinnon Skinner the local
or ,
the brightest. as desire for practical and thorough improvement majority of over a quarter a million. Two '

,. Recognizing the fact that the agriculturist the county and city are in debt, and the bosses directed. will make the Democracy, or a new yerrs later, by every species of fraud and cor-

needs broader of instruction in taxation is, as in this case, already over four In the Second District, if these returns: party, its agent.It ruption, by the most lavish use of money
a system or- correct Mr. Bisbee has is certain that next year and the year the Republicans managed to elect their can-
cent. the of
of the
per on property city, is it a majority
der to become an educated farmer, the plan after will, therefore be test years in poli- didate for President though the popular
.1 has now been generally adopted of either wise to bond the county and levy heavy additional about 299. tics. The most responsible and exactingtests majority was against them. In view of the
taxes to build The total vote in the First District in 1880 for tidal which added such
.,' making a department of agriculture in connection a costly court-house will be first laid on the Democracy, wave Republican
';1 merely for Ornament and display ? Which was 19,833, and in 1882 is 21,814, an increaseof it has been voted into power in over twentythree States as Pennsylvania Massachusetts, Kan-
with the State University, or establishing States.: By wise courses, it can become sas, Michigan and Colorado to the Democratic -
will be In the Second District in 1880 the
most likely to attract ? low 2,549.
capital -
in the State University a chair of the organ of the people for a long fu- column and which seemed to fix permanently
agriculture to which were allied the departments taxes and suitable public buildings, or high total vote was 25,058 ; in 1882 it is 25.945. a ture. By unwise courses, it can quickly the political status: of New York

l of and In taxes and costly court-houses, city halls, slight increase. waste a magnificent heritage of opportunity, and Indium, the question which first arisesis
chemistry physiscs. etc. ? which shows the inclination of the people to : Will the Democrats act in a way to de-
Georgia a branch of the State Universityhas FIRST' DISTRICT. repose trust in it. There is no doubt or mystery serve success? It is gratifying to note that

been established as a department of ag- Taxation must be paid from income. The .' about what the party ought to do. It the press of that faith throughout the coup

.riculture. In Tennessee a department of business man who should build an expensive COUNTIES Skinner.I McKhl- has definite powers to wield and definite du- try are flying caution signals. From the
house on credit would not enhance his DaVid'j ; non. ties to discharge. The motives of its actions, obscure village paper to the metropolitandaily

: agriculture has been organized at the'State credit or add to his means for doing busi- Calhoun........... ...... ..... 132 1 11 127 the character of its agents and the intelligence the advice goes forth to the victory-
flushed Democrats be cautious and in
University at Knoxville. Escambia.................... 865; 1,233, 183 or stupidity with which it reads public to act
The act of 1870, passed by our own Legis- ness. Debts are created by cities, counties Franklin ....................., 287: 1141 33 I I opinion, will determine the judgment of ,I such a manner as will preserve what they

lature has never been carried into effect, because and States, and bonds are given, which, Gadsden.: ...................... 752 7 1,025 the people toward it. have won. '
should and for all dis- If the Congress which
The at ,
party once new convenes a
when the crisis of Hernando.- 133. ......
I it seemed unwise to undertake the pecuniary pressure comes, from the first of month will
actual I miss any idea that it comes into power to year next grap-
Hillsborough............... 840 178 2
' creation of a college, with its necessary are repudiated or scaled. Fensacola has IIohnes.............. ......... 240 ...... 101 wreak revenges or reprisals or to fortify itself ple manfully with all the great questions of
professors and officers upon an income of scaled her debt at thirty cents on the dollar ; Jackson............ ........... 1,363 604 362 against political changes in the future the day, and in a manner satisfactory to the

ten thousand dollars without Tennessee has scaled the very bonds givenfor Jefferson ...................... 573 1,6201 16 by present devices or by such an abuse of country, there can be nothing short of a
per year, miracle to effect the defeat the Democracy
building her magnificent capital dometo Lafayette..................... 370 23 ...... public trusts as Stalwartism practiced. Reforms of:
buildings, capital or appliances and appa- Leon ........................... 630, 1,511 570 and not retaliations, are the avenueto two years hence.
ratus. The interest has been accumulating, sixty cents on the dollar, and will Lev "............................ 6691, 260 153 public confidence. A record which will The people demand civil service reform,

., .but the capital is still comparatively small, probably repudiate .even that settlement ; Libertv........................ 140 .. 118 command reward when gauged by the reason tariff reform, revenue reforms. If the Democracy -
effect these it will be
" Marion county has recently voted down apropositior :Manatee ...................... 501 1031 1 the virtue and the intelligent selfinterest can reforms,
and is insufficient to establish a respectable to bond the for Monroe ......... .............. 008 548 474 of the voters, will give a party strongerand the party for the country. It will have a

t college of any kind. county a new Pol k........................!... 481 ..... 2 longer hold than any recourse to unjust long lease of power. .
The State has already two colleges seminaries court-house, which was urged by both the Santa Rosa...............;... 5GB! .1 16 partisan advantage, merely because the Let us see if there is statesmanship enoughin

successful work in the newspapers with all the plausible arguments Taylor ......................... 1841 25, 2 physical power to take it exists. Appoint- the Democratic party to grasp the oppor-
doing a very Cedar JUUT1l.fll.PostOffice .
reproduced by the Times Leon county tinder 'Vakulla ...................... 249 151j ...... ments which reveal men whose capacity and tunity.- Key
: cause of education. The seminary at Tallahassee ; Walton..1 415 63: 217 character are an insurance of such conduct

has maintained an excellent reputa- a bonded debt of $100,000 is preparingto 'VaShington.............:... 261, loll 151 of State business as well managed private Notice.
enterprises exhibit will do far more for a
tion, and has been well managed, although, ornament Tallahassee with a$20,000 court- ;r--- influx of Office Hours-From 8:00 A. )(. to 6:00 P. 31
TOTALS_.............: .11,244 7.017! 3.553Total'vote party than any professional politi-
from circumstances, it has been rather circumscribed house, which might well have been made to cians, who may, under the delusion that Sunday hours, 11:00 A. 1\(. to 12:00 M.

in its operations and benefits to cost much less. 21,814 ; total vote in 1880, 23-, they have earned" places, act as if the Money Orders and Registered Letters from
ti, its immediate vicinity. We dissent in toto from the argument and 480.Davidson's places belonged to them instead of to the 9:00 A. 1(. to 1:00 P. M.; and from 2:00 P. )(.

The East Florida at Gainesville logic of the Times, which proposes that the majority.over McKinnon, Ind., public, who issue them as a trust. Everyman to 4:00: P. M.ARRIVAL .
Seminary '
chosen for
7691. public position by
;r t,; has lately expanded very greatly its plan of city or county, no matter how much in debtor Davidson's majority over Skinner, Rep., character and belongings, gives warrant to Northern Mail Arrives at 8:00A.M.
. usefulness, and now numbers on its rolls what its condition, should build a few 4,227. the hope of exemplary administration will Closes 7:30A.M.

',. students from all portions of East and South fine buildings in a place to set a standard to Davidson's majority over both, 674. secure for the Democracy a much greater Cedar Key and Transit Railroad
of than
measure public support a policy of
I which others try to conform," "and that as
'i. Florida. SECOND DISTRICT. selection based on any other plan will do. Arrives.................. ..................... 5:20 P. }(.
l- As it would seem to be the duty of,the costly buildings are erected, the taxes upon The whole theory of "claims," founded on Closes...................................._... 7:30 A. )I.JJ"est .
I -
S: Legislature to make the earliest, 'practical them are to compensate the municipalityfor COUNTIES. I Bisbee.Alach party service is odious to the wakened sense Flo-rida- I

.iJ.. and judicious use of this fund, which is attainable i the expenditures incurred in erecting the FI"'j lic of a fitness people for, who functions feel that is the personal rule and pub- Arrives...............?...................... 6:45 P. )I.

,; we see no reason now why these original buildings." ua.. ............................. 1,3321, 1,913 The who make to follow. Closes ......................................... 7:00 A. )I.
Baker................................... 240 134 men a living by politics"are
t State Seminaries, or one of them, should The Constitution and the laws of the State Bradford............................... 824 263 no more obnoxious to the people inStalwartism Jacksonville and St. Johns River-

t i not be designated as agricultural college, do not give a Board of County Commissioners Brevard ................................ 219 70 than anywhere else. Stalwartism Arrives.................................... 6:45 P. }(.

and chairs of chemistry and applied sciencebe or a city council any right to take the Clay....................................... 345 200 got the brunt. of the condemnation by Closes..................................... 7:00)1..

organized as departments of a school of money raised by taxation from the people Cut unibia............................... 931 810 the people of the usages and record made by St. Mary's and Trader's Hill Mall
Dade..................................... 44 21 such men because it was in power.-Albany Arrives and at 2:30 P. )I.
agriculture instead of waiting to create a for any but necessary purposes, or to build Duval.................................... 1,244 2,33-1 (N. Y.) Argius. Closes Mondays Tuesdays and Thursdays Fridays at 8:00 A. )(.

separate agricultural college., costly and unnecessary buildings. Not one Hamilton ......................:.....:. 618 415 .
The second section of the act of 1870,both person in every hundred of the population Iadison....................:;........... 798 1,474 COUNTERFEIT ECONOMY. St. Mary's, Ga., only-
farion....................;.............. 973 1,674 Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. 3<.
and letter with the business
in its spirit would be conformedto has relations transac- In an article entitled Court- ..
: any D'assau...................." ?..i.......... G21 8.t( "Extravagant! Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 P. M.
if the Legislature, in its wisdom, should tions of the court-house. Orange.... .....:.......::'r............... 1,111 480 Houses, the Fernandina Mirror criticisesthe Wedn'sdays and Sat'days at 9:00 A.M.Closes .
court-house in
conclude to make this arrangement disPosition Economy in public expenditures should Putnam................................ 788 806 ground proposed that the city on the Tuesdays, Wednesdays,

r of the income of the fund. The be demanded of every person entrusted with St. Johns........................ ...... 526 319 $40,000 $50,000 contemplated is expenditureof Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 P. M.
Sumter....................,............. 713 312 or unnecessary, waste- SAML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.Whttner .
students in State Seminaries of the of affairs and ful and After the
our are the management public public 811'anee.................::............. 782 669 extravagant. describing -
.1! .'very class intended to be benefited.In moneys. Vol usia ......................:........ 4Sl 461TOTALS. few and simple requisites of a court-house '8 Manual on Gardening.
it declares that all these requisites be
the second section such branches of The arguments oi the Times, as to whatis .1 for 50
supplied by a small and which Sent postpaid cents.
plain building
I4 to be related for individuals to do with their ..............:.........:.. 12,823 13.122 Florida Jirror.mS .
learning are taught as are to proper can be well built for$5,000; and it concludes Address the



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ROYAL tt; J.tlr Furniture, to our (0 I Have and are weekly receiving their immense Fall Stock oC Q; I. '

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I tir S lines as low as I II o :i k;! I

6 a xI FRED w HOYT & I
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Ebony and Raw ; I '

Trunks, Valises, Blankets and Comfortables. r ktt'
Black Walnut
Chamber d CO. i

Black Walnut "

Marble-Top Centre HOUSEKEEPING GOODS ; ;
Hat Racks, What-Nots, '

POWDER Painted Chamber H A full and complete stock at VERY LOW }'IGURF..8.CLOTillNGCLOTHING. j

(Latest Patterns), r1

Absolutely Pure. Rockers, Chairs.Bureaus c

Tables, & Co., g
POWDER never varies. A marvel "
THIS purity strength and wholesomeness.More Bedsteads, Mattresses .
economical than the ordinary kinds, A large and handsome stock of latest styles, -
and cannot be sold in competition with the Bolsters, New York r
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or Spring Beds, 1
phosphate powders. Sold only in Cftns. COR- 8 From LOW-PRICED to FINE Goods; go ,
Chairs and Stools
Office ,
38 100 Wall Street, New York. Cradles, Cots, etc., Canada, are h i
Jj2r"Orders by mail receive prompt attention, and carefully filled by '

FRED W. HOYT & CO. FRED W HOYT & CITY r. -F."Y"J: ;> :D -Iz

( ; ) to all INVES- <

may desire ''I Iew York Offiee 83 Walker street } FERXANDL1! FLOE IDI.FALL I

LARD, Furniture METROPOLIS 1SS2. \ J. & T. KYDD\\ FALL 1882.



Etc., Etc. concerning MUMBY, STOCKTON & KNIGHT.
stocks. Also
.. I
ASK :FOR QUOTATIONS. ,," The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States.


Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods,Wood and
----- : & Co., not Willow-Ware, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc.JgfSOLE f
: 187>S.
FERNANDINAN& business: ,give
with full im Dinner Sets. $15 to$75; Tea Sets,$4 to$35; Chamber Sets,$3 25 to$5' ; Parlor Lamps, i i
--- in the $1 25 to$15; Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $150 to $8. Table Cutlery, Plated r
= DRUGAND Ware, Tea Trays,Coffee Urns, Pots,etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels,
{{STEAM } ({ SAW]} {MILL]} )' night's Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY, STOCKTON & KNIGHT, ,'
M > thirteen con.ccu- 48 1'0.13 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :.t

C. II. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, ----------- A,CO., S. B. HUBBAKD & CO., : t

constantly on hand- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
., New York.
jJ'2Llunber by Cargoes. "
Hardware, Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blind, Paints, Oils. ;
I .\ !'

C. H. HUOT, Centre Street, .f/21'HAZARD'S POWDER, BARBED FENCE WIRE. 4-t1'anlRiver

.. RX.tXDIX.'LOUIDA, \ .
and Ocean Steamboats.MALLORY'S .
constantly on hand a fine
_',______ I KEEP of FRESH and PURE Paper. --- --
contains the STEAMSHIP LINE I

I, t Drug's and previous six
which is uui- i
! Groceries, Hardware, Hoimeopathic and Patent Medicines, the newsiest, i ii
: >, and most
South. Its
DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Proprietary and Fancy ,I ,
); comprises f
FINE TOILET ARTICLES ll parts of the -
Second Street
, : to press; and : i
, are point- y'- iJ
v 1 c FLA.
to all matters 2i1- i

Building Material are invalua- a = t r rii'
: 1JifJ" Physicians' l-rescri fruit rowers. --
for the ,
carefully compounded with
man, the !
Drugs; at reasonable prices. is the cheap-

BRICK, LIME, HAIR, public.

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50 cents; one
SHINGLES DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. \ \ copies


PAINTS, OILS, ETC., -l4 4.1- $1.50, the STEAMSHIPS-
I I I I I 1 I I I 1 I::
for one year,
-AT- T. W.. Moore's CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TONS.
: (" Culture.,
FRED W. HOYT & GO'S, 4"I | I I I I I I II I I I MI I | I| \\i- II 1-*I -I I r I4 I- I I--I I } ---0-. To each STATE OF TEXAS, . lo 12 TONS. ;

SECOND STREET Near Centre. with of
; a copy
Centre Street, near Depot, criptive Work WESTERN TEXAS. 1,310 TONS1.. ,
I *< ')1 # 4
is $1.50. To

.::3 FERNANDINA, subscribers, ,
a year.

To Arrive and In Stock. made by letter.draft ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

.f; < .; "' ,
100 Tons Maine Hay, tONE
inventions of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
100 Barrels Potatoes, DRUGS ANON-- new in old THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-

300 Barrels Lime, Trade-Marks sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
Standard Patent Medicines, mptly attended This Line, having no Transfers between Fernaiidiiia and New
cases, be pat- FRUITS, VEGETABLES and others.
2,000 Bushels Oats. the U. S. Pat-
TOILET Articles
-f j Fancy | T BUSI- The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
FRED W. IIOYT & CO. PERFUMERY* for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
FOR SALE. .;' fees reason- LAKE WEIR. .

JI&r Especial and careful attention PAT- ,
A known as the CASHEN TRACT,"- to Physicians' Prescriptions, the City Post,
situated at King's Ferry,Fla.,one mile from an experienced Druggist.gJ of the For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information,.apply to "
Woodstock Mills, having on it Timber for in Wash- R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, A:a' ;
Cross-Ties, Cabbage Palmetto Logs, and a ? MR. RABB, the Manager, will ,circular,ser FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. V

quantity of Li,htwood. over the store, and will respond to all! & CO., C. H. MALLORY & CO., '.,. ,
Address CHAS. W. LEWIS, l.
,D.C I Pier 20 East River,New York. .
42 Fernandina, Fla. !at night. ,.,



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,.' GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER'COUNTY. I Assessor of laxes-Thomas Barco
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< .., :- t Ii 1..;1"-: ,. ;), ;: .Jf' ,1'.1 _.,' .i'' .! ,, s... County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant.
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.. .. '. ,: ,--f I '0' 'J.' United States Officers.LAND Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Revenue Frederick N. Foy
Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala.
1, 1881.. 1882. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin
A. Barnes Gainesville.
Yi 't' ReJlter-I. Fort McCoy. '
_i derson.
4 "' j .r.
'" 4 ,4. ;P ,. !leceiver-Julia F. Rollins, Gainesville.
l ..: .*"..... .s "" q x' _.1 a;:;.,;, Lo .r.,. _-, I Surveyor-General-Malaeln Martin, Talla- Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY.
Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron
'tI : : Key West.
: hassee.: of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, C/eri-Peter T.
Knight. Key West
t ..... >I' (. 'r ."TaE. '. : ._ DISTRICT COURT. :
:; Olustee.: Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West,
., '-,.. "' '. .-.,, , .. Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes Walter C. )Malonev Jr
M .1larllltal-J. H. Durkee Jacksonville. "
-JT j',,"JIooj. !:),. ,' v-"n 1 .... .I"; "ii'.M". *'f ifr 3 t' -1, County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West.
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Clerk Walter Jacksonville.
r- { ,
if } : : Philip
Ifj !; :.ML' -. '" ,.. .:" ." ,-'f -. i> '. 'esj : (: ; :./ .*? A--; Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. of Ret'enue-W'alter C. Maloney'
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r..; INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key 'Vest.SuperintendC7lt.

+ Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake of S.hools--J. V. Harris' Key


R John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.

ItfH Edward Hopkins, Jacksonville.John Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan
: of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.
.' ,,., F. House, St. Augustine.
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: ., Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
. 'j. ,j,o/::.>... .'.,.. Joseph: Hirst. Cedar Key. BREVARD COUNTY.: Sheriff Peter Cone, Fernandina.

'; 'I. T County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-' 'iii. H. Garland' :Fer

$> State Ofllccrs. Point. nandina.

: 'b-'.-\1A';- .. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. Fer
if- : ,:. Assessor Taxes Wallace R. Moses Geor- nandina.
; : of
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:: Bloxham
sTaT Governor-Win. D. Tallahassee.
'!<: : i iI'V gianna. Superintendent of School.s-'Y. A. Mahonev.
Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel -
$; Collector of Revenue-A. D.; Johnston, Or- Callahan.
Key West.Secretary .
lando COUNTY.
;f ,j. 2- 1.. r" .. 'l. .. of State-John L. Crawford Tal- Orange county.Superintendent
&: If .. ; I .'" ; : .i'" I. ..,. T' Schools-A. La
...'" .. Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.
1 Cbnrplroller-1V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee.
". ., .... Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle, Tallahassee. CLAY COUNT. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.
:: Attomey-Generq.l-George P. Ilaney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James, M. Owens' Fort

i. hassee. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector.
1 Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Richard H. :Marks

: Tallahassee. Springs.SheriffJames. Sanford.

Superintendent .of Public Instruction-E. K. W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks ,
AI :tj-? )) l Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. '

:- A djutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY. s

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue Wm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.

o Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Maxville. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.

I,1, aV Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Sheriff-Thomas Shally.

lerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
o'II' Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.

U'' # Building, Jacksonville. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
E Illpfl. Strickland.
,Illl i II P III '; SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
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O i I a 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.
1 Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.

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

Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.
William McLean Jack- County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge- A. ,
sonville. County SUTI.'C'lJor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.
H Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.
sacola. Assessor Tuxes S. II.
Peacock, Perry.ST. .
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville.
Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOJlX'COUNTY..

Third Circuit-.-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville.Collector County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus
Fourth Circuit-James Baker, Jackson- of Retenue-Ioses J. Brown, tine.
Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. 01./eros, St. Augustine.

.. ville.Fifth Circuit-James: B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine

i 1e.,;:, ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St.

1 Sixth Circuit-H. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.

4 : .. Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. St.Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph F. Llambias,
!' Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper.Sheriff .
Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
James M. Duncan Jasper.
Court Calendar. St. Augustine.
.. \ Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum.
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'' FIRST CIRCUIT. Collector Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod SUMTER COUNTY.
of ,
i :]BcxK AND: : Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg,

Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Roberts Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.

f Walton, 4th Monday in October. !!, Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster.
October. Collector of Rel'C'1me-J. R. G. Hamilton,
Washington, Monday after4th Monday County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville.

.I in October. ville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Sumterville. .

October. Sheriff-J. Mickler, Brooksville. SUWANEE COUNTY.

1 JOB PRINTING HOUSE Escambia. :Monday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks County Judge-I. M. Blackburn Live
: This act amended section 2 of act of :February ville.

10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak.
I II Spring Term., r-: Brooksville.
I Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher
Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions Wel-
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:- 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.
.. ,. .... Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,
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'-. "I";} ;;1' : ; '. ., \ ; April.Madison. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak.
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I I 3 (t / J I ". Monday in April. 'Clerk-Wm. C. BrOwn, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones
'J Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, : Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak.
1st after 4th
Suwanee, Monday Mondayin
Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
April.Columbia Collector of Re1enue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa.
'. 3d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
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.Sheriff Assessor of Tuxes-John Anderson, Enter-

1st after 1st in T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.Collector.
Taylor, Tuesday .Monday
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. of Relenue-John B. Jordan, De-
Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor Land.
.{ Madison, 2d Monday in October. ,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-.;\. Cranshaw,
: County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau Mon Enterprise.
4, Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin ,
October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
t., ";" .:'f' -i'\,. Columbia, Monday after 4th Monday : Collector of Relenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
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f r f October. "* ticello. Sheriff-W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
in October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Craw fordville.
Spring Term- County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer- W. Walker, Craw-

"'J : ,: ;. : ': .. c ;: .;<.: St. John's 2d in March. Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. fordville.
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.. '. :: .:::, .. ; '. n' Tuesday Collector
.. .:.. t:1'f':r":: ; ," ...... '', -, ,, ,.. ..., Clay, 4th Tuesday in)Iarch. Clerk""":"-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville. of: Rn'C1t1le-'V. II. Walker Craw-
"' : : ..,', Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New ;
;: Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds Craw-
: :fJlv : Troy. ,
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April.
I fordville. .
Treasurer J. M. N. Peacock New
''''.;'- ',"' it';"... ;:' ",; ,. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County ,
Duval 1st Tuesday in May. Troy.
L ::.:' /.: : .y Fall Term-, Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.W. .

.:,..\'. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy.
,,' : : ;;: ; 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes A. Ackley New Troy. P. STREETY,

t:1f':7'i Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,

.. Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
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? :I .d.. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. -= -

0; Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
NEW NEW PRESSES to office and havim N.Felkel ,,,,..,M
Having added TYPE AND our ; FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry ,

SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to use the same, we arc now Spring Term- Tallahassee. rl
Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
prepared to do any and every kind of printing, Sumter, Monday in March.
Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- ..r'III '

.. Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.
March. Assessor of Taxes-G.A. Croome, Tallahassee. -

Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in .

'- March. : LEVY COUNTY.
: Alachua, 4th,Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; NII 01.1
FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD,, March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.

Fall TcrmSumter- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.
1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.

Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of RC1enue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar 1

Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. 'U jvc)wr.

II S Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools J. B. Menden- -.

Alachua, Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson.
'. -;" As Neatly and as Cheap as any Office in Florida..tiv November. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
!. County Judge-R.. Witherspoon, Madi
'f, ;;'\ : son.
II '> ,''.,:: +,', f. ., .', Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff S. M. Hankins Madison. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.

;; :;;,- .". :/: .. < :'. ';,:. Volusia Brevard,,3d 1st Monday:\Monday in February.March. Clerk-John. Beggs, Madison I A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea

.. '., I.. .... I- ..... a/. ,... ", : ,, ," ." !' ..i ." in Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, call, and compare my prices with those of
I 1# } '" 1.f' \. < p aM Dade,3dIonday April.
1'l 1' .. Madison.
,. other houses here
.', ""'\,(.)' '" .. ; : Fall Term- or elsewhere.
County Trea.mrer-S. S. Smith, Madison. -
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1" Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Revenue-M. H. Warring, Mad
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Volusia 2d In
Monday September.
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: ::1. H \ ; .'''' Brevard. 4th in ison.Assessor
;', ----,- 5 Monday September. of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth Mad
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",": -, ., ', ..' ,J LI\ ". ., .. '-. .; MANATEE COUNTY.
/> .. i" ,:" '.r ': ';:>" "'< .e" ':.: : County Officers. IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
: .:'! : :::;' .. ": County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. L
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::ttJ.: "' if _! !f.; -f 'i: t ALACHCA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, :Manatee.
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Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level.A8..te. .
::,." ,', County Jiflgc-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Trains.
and from Steamers and
: t i Taxes-S. J. Bradentown
1 ville. .lIor of Tyler,
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC. i
r. ...f. >,'1 Popash.
Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. FOR SALE :
Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
; : : J2""' Don't send your orders for PRINTING BINDING and RULING to offices out- Hawthorne. Pine Level. HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS,
t '\ side. the State.1 Orders'fof either will receive prompt attention from us. Address Collector.of Revenue-II. C. Denton. Gaines- MARION COUNTY. CARTS AND

'}i1'f.' l J .*>-'! /H:'''' 3 'i.M '! ; FLonID.A.lrIn/ n, ville. County Judge Samuel Marshall, Ocala. 1TERMS CASH. .
i( | .' Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. i1t'"Office and Stable-First Street, near

y 5 1'' '. Oct9, .. > "" _,'".-"," .':_.. FERNANDINA, FLA. Gainesville. : Sheri -A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf
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KBW YORK. Wall street, and thus Mr. Harrigan and his Now.commercial fertilizers furnish us threeof Professional and Business Card CARD M li V
-- where these only phosphoric acid, ammonia and > I
company will get back into a country OF THE f
OF THURLOW WEED-FOOLISH GUSH potash, and for a long time no potash was DR. k
TUE travel without guide-book and ,
they can a '
used in their composition. Hence, he '
ABOUT HIS : in which the public really wants to see them. don't you see what an imperfect manure for DENTIST aa r. +

FOUNDER AND 8YSTEMATIZER OF WIRE The company have met with a severe loss cotton the best of these fertilizers, must be. ;, PENINSULAR RAILROAD
PULLING AND LOBBYING-HIS PERSON He claimed that this compost contained every Office on Second Street, (over Wm. Lake's c I yi
this week in the death of Billy Gray the ; r. "
AMIABILITY HIS CHARITY element needed : Jewelry Store), (Waldo Branch ) i
AL clever comedian. Poor Billy Pneumonia ,
Acid phosphate gives phosphoric acid and : !
AND LOVE FOR AN- wasted no time on him. I think it is scarcely lime. Stall manure* or organic matter, gives FLORIDA. AND ) I '":i

IMALS. a week ago that I met him in the New ammonia and humus. Kainit gives potash Anaesthetics administered when required. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE Ii. Roc f f f l >'
Editor of the Mirror : lime, magnesia and soda.. Silica always Fifteen ypars' experience. Fees moderate. .
To York Hot.el.u'ViII you smile? said I. present. in the soil is practically in inexhaustible '-.. i :
NEW YORK, November 25, 1882. *' No, thanks:: he said, I've got bad cold, quantities.-Mobite Register LOUIS A. C. LANGE, r. sIn

Thurlow Weed is dead and the papers are Effect September 34th, 1882. I .
and I had rather not drink ; I'll be all over. .
notices of the man who THE DISTINGUISHING CII.RM.deli htful UPHOLSTERER,
laudatory "
full of it in a day or two. Yes, it was all over. IAKER, \ .
of gathered flowers and
fragrance freshly
during the last sixty years, was Of certainly the a His funeral on Thursday was attended by spices: is the distinguishing charm of Flores- Foot of Centre Street GOING SOUTIi. .\: Ir Ir1

in American politics. principle nearly theatrical man and woman for ton Cologne.
power demortuii nil nisi bonum a great deal every FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Fernandina........................ 8.00 a.m. i ,
of Billy, as everybody called him. had not an -- -- -DAY.---"For- six Leave Hart's Road....................._ 8.42 a.m. lit!
of gush is printed about him, and to read enemy in the world. MONEY FOR A RAINY sick from and ;other years Furniture repaired in the best manner. Leave Callahan........................... 9.43 a.m. !
the obituaries and biographies with which What a strange thing is fashion More disorder my daughter: We was had used up our savings on Hair Mattresses made to order at short Leave Dutton....................... ....10.10 a.m. t it i I
and periodicals are flooded one when dominie advised notice. 36 Leave Brandy Branch ................10.25 a.m. i t,
and unstable than our us tryParker's
newspapers that of the fickle.than fortune, more nic. Four bottles effecteda WM. B. C. DURYEE Leave Baldwin..........................10.55 a.m. r' -.,
one Ginger ,
would get the impression the likes and dislikes of her vtariwo Leave Maxville...... .. .
# and dollar's worth has .... ............11.22 a.m.
cure as a kept our
greatest and best men the country has ever men. The latest decree orders that bonnetsfor family well over a year.'c have been able COMMISSION MERCHANT, Leave Highland.........................11.45 a.m. t '

produced has passed away. The truth is day receptions and the theatre must be"composed" to lay by again for a rainy day.-A GENERAL Leave Lawtey ...5 p.m. ,"
American money Leave TemPle..........................12.20 p.m. '
influence ST. R. R. DEPOT
Weed's on Poor Man's Wife.Dyspepsia NEAR
that Mr. of velvet and flowers. The .. Arrive Starke.............................12.24: p.m. '
.. bad, very bad. He it was that organized whichwe --- -- -- Leave Starke ............. "
itics was great loose-leaved aesthetic flowers the bug-bear of epicureans will FERNANDINA FLA. ................12.46 p.m.
wire-pulling and lobbying into a fondly hoped had gone to ornament the be relieved by Brown's Iron Bitters. Leave Thurston .........................12.56 p.m. ; -"-

and raised it to a fine art. A man of _. .. Hay Corn Oats Arrive Waldo.............................. 1.20 p.m.
system! fur garments of the Siberian beauty, or to -- -- Leave Waldo.............................. 1.25 p.m. '
positive; character and strong will power he hide the scantiness of toilet of the belle of Post-Office Notice. Leave Gainesville........................ 2.17 p.m.
hesitated at nothing when the accomplishment Africa, are quoted as favorites again. The Office Hours-From 8:00 A, M. to 6:00 p. M Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.33 p.m.

of an object was at stake. The political .bonnet at is small no Sunday hours 11:00 A. M. to 12:00 M. L ICNSED LUMBER ANDTDIBER Leave Batton............................. 2.47 p.m.
of his methods evening present very )Money Orders and Registered Letters from INSPECTOR, Leave Archer.............................. 3.05 p.m.
is the outgrowth
machine larger than a good-sized Alsatian bow. Yet 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00: p. Dt. Leave Bronson ........................... 3.40 p.m.
and it is all the worse because generallythe this very smallness makes it more expen- to 4:00: P. M.ARRIVAL FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Otter Creek......................... 4.17 p.m. '

men at the head of it are brainless dem- sive. A lady who is somewhat economically AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. The best attention given to the shipmentof Leave Rosewood..... ................... 4.52p.m. i ,

with teeling of honor, ambitionand Lumber, Timber. Ties, etc. Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.25 p.m.
agogues, no inclined, tells methat onecouhl have bought Northern Mail-Arrives daily at 8:00 A. Di.
Accounts made and satisfac- .
promptly up
patriotism. a half dozen beautifully trimmed pokes Closes 7:30 A. M. tion guaranteed.For GOING NOKTH.

Personally, however, Mr. Weed was kind much larger and picturesque than those Cedar Key and Transit Railroad the past ten years with Colonel J. C. Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.25 a.m.
ly in the extreme. The amount of money which fashionable last for the Arrives................. ..................... 5:20 p. M. Read, to whom apply for reference. 25 Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05 a.m. .
for charitable purposes were summer, Closes ......................................... 7:30 A. M. Leave Otter Creek....................... 8.40 a.m.
be annually gave away ,price asked for one of these dainty little West Floricl'lArrives. DAVID J. TAYLOR, Jr., Leave Bronson................. ........... 9.22a.m. 1
the time and labor he spent to apologies for headgear. The leading colorsof ........................................ 6:45: p. M. Leave Archer............................. 9.52a.m.
hundreds of poor fellows a service, would velvet. used for these hats, are crushed Closes ...'................ ..................... 7:00: A. M. S HIP BROKER AND INSPECTOROF Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m.
hardly be credible if told in cold type. True simla cadet Jacksonville and St. Johns River Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m.
strawberry, shrimp pink, or LUMBER AND TIMBER, Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m.-
he was rich, but how few rich men who give blue. Arrives................................... 6:45 p. M. Arrive Waldo............................11.40 a.m. ;

to the needy any of their superabundance.Mr. Plenty of liberty is allowed to individualtaste Closes...................................... 7:00 A. M. FERNANDINA,4 FLORIDA. Leave Waldo .......................... ..11.52 a.m.

Weed was fond of young men in gen- this winter in the matter of wraps. St. Mary's and Trader's Hill Jail- Leave Thurston..........................12.16 p.m. i 4
eral and newspaper men in particular. Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. Office corner Centre and Second Sts. 25 Arrive Star-e..12.30 p.m. "
young Anything from a Prince Albert coat or an ClosesIonda8 and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M. Leave Starke..............................12.50 p.m. fi
It used to be an impressive sight at English Newmarket coat, to the dainty and JAMES McGIFFIX, Leave Temple's.........................12.58 p.m. "
Press Club receptions to see his tall bent figure elaborate French styles may be worn. A St. )Iilr! 's, Ga, only- Leave Lawtey -........................... 1.20 p.m.
Arrives and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.
picturesque face and silver hair. Jour- .' Mondays AND BUILDER Leave Highland ........................ 1.38 p.m.
French mantle copied after a cre- and Fridays at 2:30 CONTRACTOR et
charming Tuesdays : p. M. Leaseliaxville........................... 2.01 p.m.
nalists not as a rule, easily impressed, at 9:00
are ation of Worth's is destined become pop- Wedn'sdaysandSat'days A.M. Alachua Street between Second and Third. Arrive Baldwin......... .................. 2.25 p.m f
nor are they fond of the past. They live in ular. It is moderately short, and is finished Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Leave Baldwin ........ ..?............. 2.32p.m. fr .

the present and the future. The past is an with Oriental sleeves, a niching of pink Fridays and SAML.Saturdays T. RIDDELL.at 2:30 P. M.p. M. FERNANDINA FLA. Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.53 p.m.

old newspaper to them. But when Mr. and fine band of velvet down. It Orders and estimates from a distance care- Leave Dutton ............................. 3.10p.m.
cloth a or fully attended to. 25-tf Leave Callahan........................... 3.50 p.m.
i Weed spoke to them, related his strugglesand may also be made plain on the edge and _. r .= .." '',- "'-O: Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.42 p.m. ,

experiences, and gave: his young finished with a full garniture'. of soutUchebraid. O. S. OAKES Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.20 p.m.

friends" some sound practical advice, either PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM. CONTRACTOR Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR .

regarding their profession or on life in gen- The newest polonaises are very bouffant! The Test,Cleanest and I AND BUILDER, u
;. = most Economical Hair I l
eral listened with affectionate atten-
they at the back and are fitted like a Jersey at Diessing.Hevtr MANUFACTURES

tion and respect. the waist and hips. The front breadths are rails to Restore DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF RAILROAD
Mr. Weed was very fond of animals. He the youthful color to grey ,
clinging, and are usually closed to form a _
t ,!iair. 500 and $i sizes at ALL SIZES. 4
used to stand at the window of his study wrinkled apron. The polonaise is used for q = Iniggists.Floreston. Post Office Box 174. GOING SOUTH.

and feed all the sparrows in the neighborhood. cloth and camel's hair and cashmere dresses, Y a } Cologne. jan4 Fernandina, Fla Leave Waldo unction................ 1.30 p.m. .

They knew him as well as the thousands and is considered too ordinary a style for A new and exceedingly iraq Leave Dixie................................. 1.55 p.m.
of people who took off their hats to handsome r prmit and lvlui perfume. "v. K. BAUKNIGHT: Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 2.20 p.m. '
dresses. Plain
and his calling or reception e i'neeS! and 7 x.GINGER Leave Lochloosa.......................... 2.45 p.m.
him in the street, appearance was AGENT,
velvet dresses made in tailor finish are Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.15 p.m.
the signal of an amount of chirping and growing popular with people of quiet tastes. PARKER'SA WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.48p.m.

chattering which would have demoralized Mrs. Langtry is credited with the settingof AND STOCK DEALER Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.15p.m.
any one but a confirmed lover of animals. this fashion. BUTCHER Leave Ocala................................. 4.50p.m.
TONIC ANDDealer Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.45
His special however, were a white __._ ._ .____ __ p.m. i
pets h in Ice Arrive Wildwood....................... 6.15p.m.
pigeon and an Italian greyhound. They A GOOD FERTILIZER.Mr. .
until the Pure Family Medicine that Never Intoxicates.If GOING NORTH.
were with him constantly evening I
F. C. Furman. of Georgia, addressed BROOM STREET
before he died. The pigeon had to be excluded the Horticultural Society of that State at its you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with Leave Wildwood........ .............. 6.15a.m.
overwork or a mother nm the of
from the room first, because it insisted August meeting on subject a cheap hold duties PAKKBK'S GINGER TONIC.
but effective fertilizer which he had himself try Leave Ocala................................. 8.00 a.m.
in nestling on his pillow close by his invented. lie used it both and If you are a lawyer minister or business man ex- Railroads. Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.30a.m.
on corn cotton hausted by mental strain anxious cares do not
withered cheek and cooing as if to arouse and said it greatly increased the yield in lake intoxicating stimulants or but use PARKER'S Leave Anthony Place................. 9.05a.m.
him to consciousness. It was locked up in every ase. Five years ago he began using GINGER TONIC.If CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Orange Lake ..................... !).;o a.m. n b
and it moaned like it on a sixty-five acre cotton field. At the you have Dyspepsia. Rheumatism Kidney or FLORIDA COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE Leave Lochloosa..,................. .....10.05a.m.
another room, there one I II I time of beginning the Go acres were yielding Urinary Complaints, or if you are troubled with any Leave Hawthorne.......................10.35 a.m.

in distress. I but eight bales of cotton ; five )'ears.later. disorder of the lungs stomach bowels.blood or nerves I June 25, 1882. Leave Dixie................................11.02 a.m. 1
Two new dramatic productions are to be the same piece of land was giving him sev- you can be cured by PARKER'S GINGER Tor.ac.If Commencing this date, trains on this Arrive Waldo Junction...... ..........11.33a.m. F

brought out on Saturday night. The first is enty-five bales as an anual crop. He calls anydiseasecr you are wasting weakness:; away and from require age a, stimulant dissipation take or road will run as follows : Trains daily, except Sunday.

a new comic opera, by Gilbert and Sullivan, I his fertilizer a compost. The first year of GINGFR TONIC at once: it will invigorate and build :
his experiment with it he applied it to the volt up from the first dose but will never intoxicate. WESTWARD.Accom.. Mail. i
!. The Peer and the Peri," or rather lolan- land at the rate of five hundred pounds to It has saved hundreds of lives it masave yours. Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m ..
thc" as it has been rechristcned. A greatdeal the acre the second he applied !i!!:COX A CO., 161: William: St. New York. Me. aDd 44
; year one roe dollar met, &t all dealer: In tnnurtnet.. Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 p m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE: It. R.
t is expected of this work. The libretto thousand and the third year two thousand GREAT SAVING BCYINQ DOLLAR SIZE. h Sal1l rson.......... 8.25ara 9.55pm
I is capital. It is written in that extravagant pounds: which last he has kept up. lie 14 Lake City...........11.00 a m 11.55 p m GOING SOUTH. }

says the land will bear any quantity applied Arrive Live Oak............. 1.15pm 1.15am Leave Fernandina.......................90.0 a.m. ,
t serio-comic style, first introduced in Pinafore -twenty thousand pounds to the acre would Etta vB1e... ......... 2.30pm 2.30am Leave Hart's Road.........................9.35 a.m.
and the Pirates, and is full of wit, not injure crops, though that much i is not 14 Madison ............ 3.30 pm 3.30am Arrive Jacksonville.....................10.40 a.m. I Ia

bright sayings and irresistably funny situa necessary in any case. Drifton............... 5.25pm 5.30am 1
Mr. Furman went on to say: that after several Monticello........ 6.00pm 5.50am GOING NORTH. 1
tions. The music is full of melody, as in years of experimenting\ the chemicals 44 Tallahassee......... 7.30pm 7.30am Leave Jackson ville......................4.00 p.m.

fact all of Sullivan's productions are, andas to be used in connection with barnyard HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS Quincy............... 9.30 a m Leave Hart's Road.........................5.10 p.m. r
there are a number of catchy airs in it, manure and cotton seed he had :adopted the Chattahoochee... 10.35am Arrive FernandinaTrains ........................5.40 p.m. + +

I think there is no doubt that everybodywill following formula : Take thirty bushels ." Chatta. River...... 10.55 a m daily except Sunday.
well rotted stable manure or well rotted or-

become familiar with the opera. The ganic mutter, as leaves, muck, etc., and scatter We invite your attention to our STWARD.Accom.. Mail. SUNDAY TRAINS.

mounting is very elaborate and cost no less it about three inches thick upon a pieceof Arrive Jacksonville...... 6.45pm 7.30am Leave Fernandina.... 7.30 a.m. 4.30: p.m.

than $5,000. ground so situated that water will not 44 Baldwin............. 5.25pm 6.15am Arrive Jacksonville... 9.00 a.m. 6.00 p.m.
Mr. Daly has been hard at work this week stand on it, but shed off in every direction. Crockery 1 Glassware, *4 Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m Leave Jacksonville... 9.50a.m. 7.151'.111. -
The thirty bushels will weigh about nine Lake City........... 1.20 p m 2.40 a m Arrive Fernandina..11.20 a.m. 8.40 p.m. "
rehearsing his company for the initial performance hundred pounds ; take two hundred pounds Leave LiveOak............11.35 a in 1.15am
of ** Our English Friend," on Sat of good acid phosphate costing about $:!2.50' and offer our Goods in these lines as low as .. Ellaville ...........10.10 a m 11.55 p in

urday evening. It is an adaptation made by per ton, delivered, making the two hundred the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of It Madison ............ 9.05 a m 10.50 p m a
pounds cost. $2.25. and one hundred pounds Drifton............... 7.30 a m 9.05 p m CONNECTIONS. "
Mr. himself of of the successful
Daly one kainit, cost by the ton, say $14 delivered, or very latest designs ; beautiful Tea Sets, h Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm
German plays of Moser and Rosen. The seventy cents for one hundred pounds, and Tallahassee........ 6.00 a m 7.30 p m i .
plot is simple but ingenious and amusing.It mix the acid phosphate and kainit thoroughly Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin It Quincy............. 5.30 pm AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
then scatter evenly on the manure. Chamber Sets all colors WoodenWare Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25pm With New York and Fernandina Steam- !
hinges the ;
entirely on complicationswhich
Take next thirty bushels green cotton seed Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 9
arise from a casual friend's visit to a and distribute evenly over the pile, and wet of all kinds; and Housekeeping Passenger. trains leave Jacksonville at 10 a.m.,11.10 a.II1., or5.30 p.m. : and for New '

country house. Miss Ada Rehan has been thoroughly ; the seed will weigh nine hun- Utensils generally. a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. York on Thursday, at 10.25/ a.m., 4.15 p.m., h f .

entrusted with the principal part and it is dred pounds ; take again two hunddred Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45 p.m., or 4.50 p.m. :
r pounds acid phosphate and seven hundred FRED "V. HOYT & CO. With Georgia and Florida Inland Steam-
one exactly suited to her arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 making
quaint, girlish boat from Savannah
pounds kainit, mix, and spread over the close connections with Florida Transit Rail- Company daily except
grace and humor. seed, begin again on the manure and keepon and Monday; for Savannah daily except Sunday. .
road for Gainesville Ocala Leesburg
The Romany Rye is nearing the end of in this way, building up your heap layer Cedar Key.Sleepers With the Steamer Martha from St. Mary's ,

its reign at Booth's Theatre. It has had a by layer until you get it as high as convenient on all 1 night trains.'CONNECTIONS. River Landings on Wednesday and Friday; d ?.
then cover with six inches of rich earth for St. Mary's River Landings on Sunday 1
run of two months and Brooks and Dick- from fence and leave and Wednesday.
corners, at least six: Short
Jacksonville Line
At Waycross
son, who have purchased the right to play it weeks; when ready to haul to the field cut obtained for new inventions with all points North or West ; with the AT CALLAHAN.

in America from Sims, the author, have with a spade or pickaxe square down and P1TEVTS or for improvements in old Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for To and from Savannah and Charleston at (

made money. As I stated when the play mix as thoroughly as possible. Now we ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand Fernandina ; and with Steamers for all 7.25 and 9.40 a. m., 7.30 and 3.40 p. m. '"
have thirty bushels of manure weighing nine all patent business promptly attended points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or "
was first produced dramatically it was poor hundred pounds and three hundred pounds AT BALDWIN FLA., "
and weak, and the company is not first chemicals in the first layer, and thirty bush- REJECTED may: still, in most cases, be patented Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail- To and from Tallahassee at 4.20 and 10.40

class, but even now everybody runs to els cotton seed, weighing nine hundred by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- road for all South Florida, Ocklawaha River, a. ni., 2.27 and 9.50 p. m.
pounds and three hundred pounds chem- ent enzased PATENT BUSI- without of also AT HAWTHORNE, if**
Booth's to see the charming scenery wonderful Office or Gulf points, change cars;
icals in the second layer, and these two lav- NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- for Cedar Key and Steamers to Gulf ports. I I To and from Palatka 10.45 a.m. and 2.40
mechanical effects and the Lion
dog combined form the perfect compost. You ents in less time than those who are remote At Live Oak by Nos. 5 and 6, with the p.m. .
who is the best actor in the company. preceive that the weight is 2,400 pounds. from Washington Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad, for AT WILDWOOD.'l

Harrigan and Hart are at last discoveringthat The value at cost is: When Inventors send model or sketch Albany or Savannah.At With Stage Line to and from Brooksville f
Thirty bushels cotton seed at 121 cts.$3 75 with St. Marks Branch ..
we nuke search in the Patent Office Tallahassee
made mistake when left and daily Sunday.
they a they Four hundred pounds acid phosphate..4 50 Tampa except
advise as to its patentability free of charge. Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays: and Sat-
the field of distinctively American Vaude- Two hundred pounds kainit..................1 40 Correspondence confidential ; fees reasonable urdays.At AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., t .

ville, which was peculiarly their own. Mor- Stable manure nominal. and :NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT- Chattahoochee Rive with Steamers- With Florida & Havana Mail Steamship '
decai Lyons Mr. Harrigan's latest work is a Total........................................$9 65 ENT; IS OBTAINED. Chattaho Or for 2,400 pounds a total value of $9.65. We refer by permission to the City Postmaster ham on Thursdays for Apalachicola and and Thursday; for Tampa on Mondayand
flat failure, and it is to be withdrawn' short- This mixture makes practically a perfect and to the Superintendent of the returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for Friday.For .

ly. Its place is to be taken by Inflation," manure for cotton and a splendid application Po tOfficeone\" Order Division in Wash Columbus, Ga. information respecting routes, rates,

in which Mr. Harrigan will again give us for corn. To have a perfect manure for ington. For special references circular,service j. s. MCELROY, etc., apply to
the otton, we need : Phosphoric acid, ammonia. terms, etc., addressC. Master of Transportation.W. A. 0. MAcDONELL,
typical Irishman and Mr. Hart the real
humus potash, lime, magnesia, soda and A. SNOW & CO., M. DAVIDSON, I Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent
live negro. Some of the scenes are laid in silica. 2-tf Opp.Patent Office Washington, D.C General- Manager. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'J Supt. 21










l' THE FLORIDA MIRROR. r, ,The, steam propeller J. W. Wilson, com offered by Alderman Proctor, were adopted: I Wanted.A PROCLAMATION..

;': manded by Thos. Hammond, put into this WHEREAS, It is the opinion of this coun- good milch cow with young calf. Ap-

';$': fi.OO A YEAR: ; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS port Tuesday for coal. The Wilson is a cil that the time has arrived when perma- ply to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS
nent should be Mirror VIRTUE of the
public improvements made Office. following resolution
trim little craft of tons and carries BY
\.IH:t by and for the city such as the constructionof the Board of Aldermen of the City

..4"..',", Refection.t crew of seven. She left' New York on the one or more substantial wharves, or To Rent. of Fernandina. Florida, which resolution

'!(I't; 10th tilt for Tuspan, Mexico. docks, upon the city's water front, and also The property known as SanbJ>rn's Stores. reads as follows, to-wit : '
in demand.
Carpenters are great for the construction of suitable road to "
a \VHERrr It is the
for s. : opinion of this
Apply particulars to Council
",';.r"' N. L. Gano, of Woodstock, was in the All the buildings but one,on the south end Old Town ; and also to make Centre streetto A. B. No YES. that the time has arrived when -

!. city this week. of Cumberland Island, put up for the use of the beach ;is ornamental as it would be Fernandina, July 15-tf. public improvements should be permanent made-

"J;' ', The State Canvassing Board will meet I the'workmen on the jetties at Cumberland useful; and also for the providing for a "by and for the City such as the construe-
suitable and for other substan-, "
r." Sound fire ori market, such Valuable Lands Sale. tion of one or more substantial wharves
." next Wednesday. V were destroyed by Tuesday tial Orange for
improvements as the council and its "or docks the City's water
N Captain D. Maxwell returned from New morning about half-past six o'clock. As they successors deem Tracts containing twenty acres each of "also for the upon construction of a suitable front and
may necessary;
I York Thursday. were untenanted at the time, it is supposed AND WHEREAS Such improvements wouldbe choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, "to Old Town, and also to make Centre road
suitable for and truck farm-
Oranges are retailing in this city at from to be.the work of,an incendiary. Mr. Leo- enjoyed, and would result to the benefitof ing orange offered growing for sale. These landsare "Street to the Beach as ornamental as it
are now
all succeeding generations of citizens of would be useful,and also for the
pold Beugnet, who is in charge of Dunge- providing
dozen. situated for
30 to 50 cents per very conveniently transpor- "
Fernandina as much as the present it for a suitable market and for such
ness and the property of Mr. Carnegie on tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
.i; The frame-work of the addition to the would be but right and just that such im- "substantial improvements as the Council

Florida House is going up. the island, has offered a reward of $50 for provements be paid for at some distant time terms tionable.to suit Also purchasers.valuable Titles timber are lands unques in "and its successors may deem necessary;

? the detection of the incendiaries.If when the city will be more populous and "AND WHEREAS,Such improvements would
Services were held in nearly all the city wealthy ; large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, "be enjoyed and would result to the benefit

tIt churches on Thanksgiving day. the Finance Committee of the City AND WHEREAS. It has been practically February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.Clam "of all succeeding generations of citizens of

The St. James Hotel at Jacksonville Council: will furnish the Mirror a copy of demonstrated, in the wonderful growth of "Fernandina as much as the present it
1.. our Western cities, that their prosperity was ChowderAt would be but right and just that suclrim-!
:. opened for the season en Thursday last. the report of the City Treasurer, made at brought about by the system of bonding J. Fred Lohman's to-night. "provements be paid for il! some distant

The help for the Egmont Hotel will ar- the meeting of Council last Wednesday nightor their cities, in the first place, for public improvements "time when the City will be more populous

( permit a representative of the Mirror to ; therefore, Nassau Fibre, "and wealthy ;
rive by the Western Texas next Tuesday. Resolved, That the Mayor is hereby in- "AND WHEREAS, It has been
make one), we will cheerfully publish it. For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto practically
j ..' Nearly all the business houses in the city structed to take all necessary steps to sub- anything else in use. For sale by "demonstrated, in the wonderful growth of
The present city government has collectedover mit to the vote of the "our Western cities that their
closed at people on Monday, June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. prosperity
were noon on Thanksgiving day.
I' $10,000 in revenues from taxes, licenses the 18th day of December, 1882, whether "was brought about by the system of bonding -

Dan Kelley's new two-story dwelling- etc., but so far no statement has been they will approve the bonding of the city New Advertisements. their cities,in the first place,for public

.. house Sixth street is for such improvements (or so much thereofas "improvements;
on nearly completed. published of the receipts and disbursements.The .
the councilmay direct), in a sum not to "Therefore, resolved That the Mayor is
:!: A special thank-offering made in the people who pay the taxes and furnish exceed fifty thousand ($50,000)) dollars, and NOTICE. "hereby instructed to take all necessary

.; ,Episcopal Church for the new church build- the means to run the city government have in a manner to be hereafter directed by the OFFICE "steps to submit to the vote of the people, '

certainly a right to inquire what becomesof council of the city. OF TIlE "on Monday, the 18th day of December, ,
Be it further resolved, That in submitting "1882, whether they will approve the bonding -
The Jacksonville dailies did not issue an the money. the said proposition to the votes of the people FERNANDINA. FLA.. Nov. 21, 1882. the City for such improvements (or so
MEETING of the Stock-
edition yesterday. Too much turkey in the same shall be done by printed ballots A SPECIAL much thereof as the Council may direct),
holders of this will be heldat
Bonds No Bonds. Company
or which shall read, "For Bonds," or 1& in a sum not to exceed ($50,000)) fifty thoa-
theirs. Mayor Haley, at the instance of the City "Against Bonds. the Office of the Company, in Fernan- sand dollars, and in a manner to be here-

Inquiries from Northern buyers of lumber Council, has issued a proclamation for the The following communication from the dina at 10,o'clock Fla., on a. in.Thursday, for the,purpose December of taking 21st, after" Be directed it further by resolved the Council That in of the City.

have been more numerous than for some holding of an election on Monday, Decem- Mayor was read and approved : into consideration the proposition to consol- the said proposition ,to the votes submitting of the

time past. ber 18th, for the purpose of voting on the FERNANDINA, FLA., November 29, 1882. idate the railroad and property of this Com- people, the same shall be done by printed
with that of the Florida Rail.
Tropical *
The tonnage of the New York Steamship question whether the city shall be bondedto Tn the President and Board of Aldermen of the pany road Company and the Peninsular Railroad "ballots, which shall read: For Bonds, or

Line does not at present meet the demand the amount of $50,000, for the purpose of City of Fernandina: Company, to form one company, under the "Against Bonds.-

of shipments. so-called public improvements. The matter I hereby appoint the following persons as name of "The Florida Transit and Peninsular I hereby proclaim that an election will be
inspectors of election for precinct No. 1, Railroad Company." held on Monday the 18th day of December,
'. Our merchants are getting ready for the has come up too late this week to give it the polling place at Mayor's office, Third street, By order of the Board of Directors. A. D. 1882 at the voting precincts of this

holidays. Only a few, however, know the proper consideration in these columns the. said election to beheld on Monday, Decem- B. S. HENNING, City, between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m.
subject deserves. We shall discuss it at ber, 18, 1882: 1 td President.SUFFER and sunset on said day. for the purpose and j
value of advertising.The W. H. LeCain in the manner set forth in the
Thos. Kyddand John.Gor foregoing res
length in our next. Meantime it should bea .
weather the latter part of this week don.Also olution.
has been cold. matter of thoughtful consideration for the for precinct No. 2, Old Town, polling Given under my hand, and the
quite we
tax-payers, who are vitally interested in the place at School House: .r---,. Seal of the City of Fernan-

had a white frost. expenditures of so large a sum of money. C. J. Westburg, T. A. Acosta, and Romeo { SEAL. } dina, Florida, this 30th day of
Denegal. --v--- November A. D. 1882.C. .
The citizens of King's Ferry are proposing
C. A. HALEY, Mayor. A. HALEY Mayor.
I to incorporate that borough as a town, and Grading Streets, Shelling Sidewalks, Attest:
The following resolutions were adopted :
to organize a municipal government. Etc. WM. F. WOOD, JR.,
To the Editor of the Mirror: Resolved. That the sum of thirty-tltree dollars City Clerk. 23t
The whistle at the railroad shops soundsso is hereby appropriated for use of the

much like that of the steamer St. Johns I understand that our city fathers con- .Committee on Lamps and Lighting Streets,

template making some improvements in the for purchase of half a dozen street lamps.
that several lately have been sadly
shape of grading and shelling certain streets Resolved, That the sum of one hundred BOOTSAND
n disappointed. dollars is hereby appropriated for the grading no longer from Dyspepsia -
and sidewalks in our city. I admit that we
The assistant foreman of the Mirror office of Ash street from Fourth to Seventh want otAppetitelossotStrength
require a good deal of such improvements, street, and other necessary repairs. -
arrived in town Sunday night,and has taken
but I suggest, let the work be everso little, Adjourned.

permanent quarters at the residence of Mr. to let it out by contract to the lowest bid- lack of Energy, Malaria, t l SHOES.RUBBER

C. H. Berg. der. It is my humble opinion and experience Range of ThermometerFOR Intermittent Fevers, &c. .

Messrs. Waters & Morphy: are furnish- that work done by all corporationscosts TIlE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, BROWN'S IRON BIT-

ing their customers with some choice pork almost double what it would cost if it HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. TERS never fails to cure

and beef, at the stand formerly occupied by was let out by contract. I am aware that .... ....... ....... all these diseases.Boston .

,; Mr J. McDonell, on Third street. the property where the sidewalks areshelledhas I "a':.1' :"::.. :"::':.. Wind t

car-loads of what it cost the but that is I CtI c.:>
Two oranges arrived from the to pay city ;

.' Transit and Peninsular Railroads Thursday no reason why the city should not have it Saturday..Nov.25 j49 60 1 62 59 NE. BROWN CHEMICAL,November Co. 26, 1881.

evening for the steamship Carondelet, and done at as little cost to the property as pos- Sunday .............26 47 61 GO 58 NE. Gentlemen:-For years I have
TAX-PAYER. Monday ............21 47 62 G3 GO NE. been a great sufferer from Dyspepsia .-
received prompt despatch yesterday morn sible.
Tuesday..28 45 59 GO 58 NE. and could get no relief(having toedeverything
ing. Fernandina, Fla., December, 1882. 'Vednesday..29 39 56 58 56 N. which was recommended and GENTS
until. the advice of
) acting on a
Thursday .........30 35 49 53 50 NW.
.' Oysters are very fine now. A very good friend,who had been benefitted by
: Council's Coup D'Etat. Friday.........Dec. t 36 49 52 50 N'V. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, I tried a
quality is gathered from theriversand creeks bottle,with most surprising results. FURNISHING GOODS
about the island and sold at ten to Previous to taking BROWN'S IRON
twenty THE CITY COUNCIL, FOR VARIOUS REASONS, ------ --- --- -
BITTERS,everything I ate distressedme
cents a quart. Cedar Key oysters are retailedat PROPOSES TO BOND THE CITY TO MARINE.Port and I suffered greatly from a
cents. burning sensation in the stomach,
forty TilE AMOUNT OF $50,000.A Fernandina.HIGH which unbearable. Since tak-
of was I@*FULL STOCK-a
Mr. G eo. R. Fairbanks, editor of the Mir regular meeting of the City Council was WATER. ing BROWN'S IRON BITTERS,all my
troubles are at an end. Can eat any
ror.and family, left Wednesday,on the Tran- held at the council room on Wednesday Saturday, Dec. 2...... 0:59: A.M. 1:20P.M. time without any disagreeable re

': sit Road, for a short visit to Orange Lake, evening. Present: F. C. Suhrer, President, Sunday, 3...... 1:50 2:11" sults. I am Mrs.practically W J. FLVNN another From Leading Manufacturers
person. ,
..... 2:42" 3:01"
where Mr. Fairbanks has fine Monday, 4. : Maverick St. E. Boston.BROWN'S .
orange grove, and Aldermen Avery, Proctor, Peter Williams l- 30 ,
Tuesday, 5...... 3:33" 3:55"
from which he expects to ship one thousand D. Williams, McDonald and Joseph.A Wednesday, 6...... 4:25" 4:48 "

boxes this season. petition from Messrs. Acosta Latham, Thursday, 7...... 5:17 5:39" IRON BIT- NORTH AND EAST,
Friday, 8...... 6:04: 6:23":
to erect
Attention is called to the advertisement asking permission a room adjoiningtheir
I TERS acts like a charmon
of Mr. J. H. Prescott. A large part of the present place of business, was read and -IN-
the digestive
stock was recently selected by Mr. Prescott referred to Fire Committee.A .
The Rev. R.,B;Brookins, Pastor of the A. removing all dyspeptic
personally while at the North, and his good petition, signed by a number of citizensof M. E. Church, will preach a special sermonto such tast- All Grades and StylesOF

judgment and taste may be relied on in Fernandina, asking council to have cer- the seamen, Sunday. December 3; at 7:30p. symptoms, as

bringing out only the best the market af- tain streets and sidewalks repaired, was read in. All the Captains and their crews are ing the food, Belching,
invited to attend and all the citizens like- -
Heat in the Stomach
: fords. and referred to the Committee on Streets ,
wise. R. S. DELANEY,

: :Mr. W. A. Jones, book-keeper of Mr. W. and Public Improvements, with authorityto Steward. Heartburn, etc. The HAND AND MACHINE MADE

,,4 B. C. DurySe, has been appointed agent of repair Ash street, from Fourth to Seventh Fernandina, Fla., December 2, 1882. only Iron Preparationthat ,

will not blacken the
the Southern Express Company in this city, street. Special Notice.
: The Mayor was also requested to enforce teeth or give headache.Sold .
Colonel L. Dozier having resigned. Mr. -\TJ.H. -
Being about to leave town for a time on
Jones took charge of the office Thursday. A the ordinance on sidewalks. account of failure of health, I would beg

better man for the position could not have Communication from Thos. L. Wilson, in those of my patients who desire my services by all Druggists.

been selected by the relation to a portion of Eighth street, the use to come in as quickly as possible, as I PKESCOTT'S
company. ,
of which was granted him by council for intend to leave early next month. Brown Chemical Co.
a The steamship Carondelet, which arrived ARTHUR C. FORD, Dentist.
Y' garden purposes, was read, and the clerk was Fernandina, November 23, 1882. Baltimore, Md.
at 10:30 p. m. on Tuesday brought 81 pas-
instructed to furnish Mr. Wilson with a
Her freight northward consisted copy Cor. Second and Centre Sts.,
sengers. See that all Iron Bitters are made by
of the resolution of council. Notice to Tax-Payers.
: of the following: 1,500 boxes oranges, 568 Brown Chemical Co.,Baltimore,and
The following bills were ordered paid : I am ready to receive the city taxes for the have crossed red lines and trade-
bales cotton, 220 boxes cedar, 35 barrels 1882. Office in store Centre street. mark on
Peter Cone, feeding and keeping pris- year my on wrapper.
spirits turpentine, 21 barrels syrup, 156 sacks oners, from June 5 to August 382.$11 65 JAMES E. MEDDACGH, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.v .

cedar saw-dust, 32 packages merchandise. Peter Cone, feeding and keeping prisoners City Tax-Collector. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. ( )
from 22 to October 6 Fernandina, Fla., November 18,1882-tf.
August -
The Mirror was complimented by the re-
., 1882............................................. 50 75
ceipt of one of the finest, as well as the Notice to TaxPayers.I .
Bill of James of Meddaugh: tax-col- .
largest, sweet potatoes we have ever seen, am now ready to receive the State and
lector, for fees and commissions to date,
presented by the of Mr. Ynlee's County taxes for the present year, and can
". manager amounting to$78.06, was referred to Finance be found at my office, at N. Brownson's .. .. :J:) :Nr ar
farm. We will undertake -
: not to how --- --- --
Committee.A Book Store, on Wednesdays and Saturdays,
P+ pounds it weighed, but it was amplefor NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
many bill of:city bond No.28, with one coupon when not on a collecting tour in the country.
the consumption of a large family, and WARREN F. SCOTT, YOUR HOLIDAY Presents
.Vir and interest past due,amounting to$137.52, Collector Revenue Nassau County. Citizens of Kings Ferryhaving deter- BUY
: : the quality was superior. THE
d; very presented by Mr. John Hedges, was referredto Fernandina, Fla., October 21,1882. to incorporate the said town with you have seen our beautiful

;l In addition to the good beef, pork, mutton Finance Committee.The the following corporate limits: Beginningatthe

'r/1', and ice which Mr. Bauknight is daily report ,of J. E. Meddaugh, tax-col- Wanted to Rent, River mouth about of fifty a yards creek west and the of the St.Eastern Mary's DINNER SETS, TOILET SETS,

'. furnishing our citizens, he informs us that lector, to date, was read and referred to the A Piano. Address H., P. O. Box 56, Landing on said river; running South along TEA SETS CLOCKS

;' during the season he expects to receive consignments Committee on Finance. 52 Fernandina, Fla. said creek to wagon road crossing ; thence ina ,

W of choice Tennessee butter poultry The report of W. F. Wood, Jr., treasurer, Select "Intermediate" School for field straight South line of to dwelling the Southeast at Woodstock corner of FANCY ROOFS,

'il';i eggs, etc., which he will sell at livingit from August 1, 1882, to November 15, 1882, Boys and Girls, thence in a straight line to the colored Bap-;

prices. His first consignment, received last was read and referred to the Committee on Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circulars tist Church ; thence due West to line of the WHATNOTS, CENTBE TABLES,

,'f." week, was disposed of in a few hours. Finance. on application. William Drummond Grant; thence along
\f G. W. SCHUTLER. said line West to St. Mary's River; thence CHAMBER and PARLOR SUITS,
.The manager of the Madison Square The- The matter of back tax, charged againstMr. Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental down said river to place of beginning;

o atre has engaged Lyceum Hall for Decem- J.,L. Clay, was referrred to the Committee Music and French. 50 hereby give notice to all registered voters ELEGANT WARDROBES,

ber 12th and 18th, when the Madison Square on Finance. residing within said proposed corporate limits -
.4 Livery _Stable at a Bargain.I to assemble at the public schoolhouseat HAT BACKS, ETC.
Theatre Company will produce the plays of The report of G. F. Avery, chairman of
offer at entire establish- : King's Ferry, on Thursday, the 28th day
a bargain: my
j Hazel Kirke" and Esmeralda," made so the Committee .n Streets and Public Improvements ment in this city, consisting of Carriages, of December A.D.1882, to select officers and &- Call and examine our stock.

popular in New York by this company. The and Street Lamps and Lighting Buggies, Wagons,*,Carts, Saddle and Carriage organize a municipal government.

x same company appeared here in Hazel Streets, was read and approved. Horses, Harness, etc. J. E. DAVIS, FRED W. HOYT & CO.

'Kirke" last winter, and won warm encomiums The treasurer was ordered to pay over to Terms of purchase' CASH. H. C. BAKER. }Committee.
t G. F. AVERY. .
I lit' "- from the public. We can. guarantee Mr.,Avery the balance $10.80 due him. Office and Stabfe.-. --First Street, near Broom "i R. NORFLEET, SECOND STREET, NEAR CENTRE,

4 r them a full house. The following preamble arid resolutions, Street Wharf.. 46 i King's Ferry, Nov. 16,1882. 2 4t vl FERNANDINA, FLA. t
) : I,.,". .t ,; .'" :. t: .. ,,
$ ,