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 9, 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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STATE NEWS. oranges and 500,000 crates vegetables shipped NEW :TORK.PV cording to the belief of the compilers these MONSTER DIRT DIGGERS

I from this port while starch, cotton, sugar, ., are the only ones in the English languagethat

St. Johns. etc., will still further swell the volume of THANKSGIVING DAY REFLECTIONSACTIVITY IN satisfy every poetic and metric require- MACHINES TO BE USED IN CONSTRUCTING TB> i '

FROOBE( OF THE CANAL.-Colonel I. Co- our commerce. Surrounded by prosperousand THE SOCIAL WORLD-WALTON'S. RETURN- ment. The book took instantly, and one of PANAMA CANAL. 1

mi!, general manager; of the dredge boatWcttoo'tt thriving villages like Fort Mason, Lees- LITERARY GOPSIP- LANGTRY'"IN THE the members of the firm told me the other The largest; dredging machine ever constructed ,

returned to the city on Tuesday burg Eustis, Mt. Dora, Tangerine Astatula, HONEYMOON-NILSSON's BETDRN day that it will be launched in this city within l ,,
was whether
they were a few weeks. This immense mud digger i ij I
frOIU the canal. He states that considerable Esperance, Yalaha, etc., all paying her tribute AGAINSt '
-, able to supply the demand. The book is one of the three being constructed by Maven: '''t
difficulty was experienced at first with the I Tavares cannot fail to realize the pre- MAPLESON IN HISTTCOLORS. : bound in red silk and the illustrations are Bros., of California, at Terry's Island, lor i t !

dredge boat, as in several particulars she 1 j I diction we have heretofore made of its becoming ':' printed on India paper. The first edition of the Panama canal company, the aggregate '
I cost of which will be
was not exactly adapted to her work. She j ultimately the largest city in the To the. Editor of the Mirror: :: Harper's Christmas consisted of over $400,000. Thi 1
100,000 copies.It one now so near completion is 100 feet Ion*
is now almost perfectly adapted to the sort j State.Tavares Herald. '. NEW YORK, Noremb' '30, 1882. is almost entirely exhausted. 60 feet wide, and 12 feet deep. When at) ": ,

of dredging in which she is engaged, but THE CHATTAIIOOCHEE. COLUMBUS & FLORIDA As I write'the sound of tfte; ky's horns :Messrs. S. B. Osgood & Co. are to be the I the machinery i is in place it will contain 350
to be made. The tons of iron. On each of the three .
one correction remaining R. R.-A gentleman in position to know and the noise of the masqueradtrs' and merrymakers publishers of the Rev. Samuel Longfellow's; dredges there will be eight i 'monster P. '

work on this part of the boat will be completed intimates to us that there is now a greater fill the streets' ,. aud r .floating up to authentic Life of Henry Wadsworth Long- the pair of hibh-P ressure engines separate, which engine ran, i'/ ,
y: by next week. In addition to the probability than ever that the constructionof my window, remind me of tj?- fact that to- fellow." "The Life of Bryant by Parke the dredge being of 250 horse-power, and I! .

4rrew difficulties connected with the boat, the Chattahoochee, Columbus & Florida day is Thanksgiving day, ar;. that, like an Godwin, which they are also to publish, is The the others of about of 50 horse-power each. i '
dredges are a new patent, and work
Colonel Coryell had to encounter another Railroad is a thing;of the near future. We have orthodox Christian i.tizeI1.-1\u to partakeof almost ready. with a series buckets on an endless chain.

obstacle! in an untrained crew. The success looked to the construction of this road with the. festive' bird, whichtls'/ even now i The Langtry boom is petering out. This There are eighteen of the buckets to each

be has met with in both respects is shown considerable interest,as we recognize the benefits browning in the kitchen. oven.' Somehow isher last week here, and she who came in machine} which: can dig and dispose of 1,6D ..

by- the amount of work done on the last to be derived to the city as well as the Thanksgiving day- "ls,"' .,"'getting. quieter and as a lion, or rather a lioness, will walk out I cubic bined yards capacity of per dirt hour in for an the hour three, or dredjjgs a cum- ;
day Colonel Cory:ell was with the boat. On benefits which quieter. The boys do not enjoy themselvesin lamb. On of
very great must naturally ac- as a Monday evening she appeared 4,860 cubic yards. Thus in four month,),
that day the Westcott cut a canal 355 feet crue to the people of Southwest Georgia and the way they used to dof'They go to the for the first time on any stage as Ju- : working twelve hours a day, they could dig ,

lo.ig, seven feet deep and twenty-seven feet Florida. It will open up a direct line of communication variety theatres to criticise.,They! have grown liana in the "Honeymoon." I confess I out 9,290,000 cubic feet, or a canal SO fed ,'
wide "
wide. Up to the 28th ultimo the dredge had I. between the markets of the preternaturally knowing rand they assert. liked her least of all in this play. She was long., After feet the deep dirt and is nearly scooped fifteen up in milt tfcp/'

completed a rn'ileand a quarterof the canal.In Northwest and the section to which we have themselves. As Thurlow Weed often said, so perfectly drilled in the business of the buckets it is run up the long arm of thx>

her work she began at the upper end of referred. It will develop some of the finest during the last months of his life, things play that there was scarcely any room to dredger fifteen or twenty feet and dropped
Daly's Grove and cut through the open have changed so much. Even the : into a hopper several feet below. This hop
and most fertile agricultural lands in the turkey what her own artistic conception was, per is made of iron, and weighs 5; ton.. '
waters of the Matanzas for half a mile. She State, and will penetrate some of the huge does not taste as it used toI passed by the and the fact is probably that she has none. From the hopper the dirt is forced by machinery

then went through the marsh for three forests of timber that are now entirely unde- Hudson River Railroad freight depot the This does not alter the fact, however, that into and through a huge pipe, thrOfr.

thousand yards, and then through open veloped on account of the want of railroad other evening. Train load.after.train load she is a lady, and any man with the instincts feet feet in diameter and one hundred and fiitj

water to Dupon's Landing. There she will facilities. As an illustration of what may be of cackling geese, sadly cackling hens, and of a gentleman must be pained to has a long fall, of to eighteen its place feet of ,deposit.and, to insure The pipe the ./ p;

lay up for a day to strengthen the only expected we refer to the Arlington extension woefully .gobbling turkeys"' ''ame in. They see the insolence with which a number of easy passage of the dirt through it, a heavy,

part. now weak. Hitherto the crew has been to Blakely of the Southwestern road.It were packed like sardines' in low crates papers who set up as funny, treat her as a stream of water is constantly forced through. r

working for twelve hours a day. Next week was completed to Blakely a little l less than wherein they could not mojye, and were de- woman. Next week she opens at Boston, The very stoppage long. The in dredger the work rests diggiug is never .
a "spud,0or '
two sets of hands will be engaged. They one year ago, and since that time seven sawmills prived of the three necessaries of life-food, and one of Mr. Abbey's lieutenants assures pin. upon which it can be npVl1 revolved without i

will work constantly in alternate periods of four turpentine farms and three steam water and air. In each cr le there were at me that the demand for seats is as great thereas stopping the dredging buckets, thus eiv '

eight hours each. The boat will also use gins have been established within a radiusof least six animals that liad'jKed) in transit. here. abling the operators to dig from side to sick

her full complement of steam, 80 pounds. four miles of that town. Not only this The poor birds had 'come" from far in the Nilsson has again come, seen and con- at which will. was The manufactured machinery for the in California first dredges, ly,.

She will then cut between 800 and 1,000 but it will develop some of the finest truck State, and from the'West, packed in this agonizing quered. On Monday night a number of now here, and as soon as the hull is launchedwill -

yards daily. At present the boat is workingvery gardens in the world, where now the weeds manner. I confess took my appetite Scandinavian singing societies serenaded her be placed on board. Before taking th2

I satisfactorily, and the crew have become grow in wildest profusion. A connection away. How can good cheer. come from so at her hotel, and on Tuesday evening she big digger to Aspinwall, a number of pro-
I liminary tests will be made with it in the}:
well acquainted with their work. The with the Florida system of roads at Tallahassee much misery? gave her first concert. The house was packed Delaware river. The second dredger will tar

Westcott attracts much attention along her I would prove a bonanza to the vegetableand Society is being kept in a perfect whirl of with the elite of the city. Years have passed commenced as soon as the first is launched,

route, and many ladies and gentlemen visit I. fruit growers of Florida. The best markets excitement at present. There are no less since she gave her last, but she is the Swedish and work on the third will be started as '

her on Sundays when she is not working. in the Union would then be in easy ac- than 126 debutantes-'m the fashionable world I i Nightingale still. Her notes are, if pos- soon construction as the second and is banking finished. The canal ol
The change in the opinions of the residentsof cess by direct railroad communication. The that are to be brought out1' this season, sible, mellower still, and this is the result of which the Messrs. Slaver are agents, in addition --

the southern part of the county is well Illustrated local business would pay the expenses of and after flitting their brief hours in the the grief through which she has passed. She to the building of the dredges, have 1 Jv } .

by some remarks of a prominent. such a road, not to speak of.it as a grand glare of gaslight and .amid; the stifling is to sing again on Saturday afternoon. The contract to di ont with miles the Panama of canal compan} ,'
ten the canal. fur whir ..4 1''
farmer of that section. When she first arrived trunk line from the large cities of the North- odors of strongly scented flowers, will sink moment this was announced, that bull in a they'are to be paid $2,000,000. Mr. L.\Vard,

he said : Well, she's a puffing, and a west to the sections mentioned. I II into the dullness of matrimony or the spitefulness china shop, Colonel Mapleson, of Her Maj- who is the superintendent of constructiofr-

blowing, and a snorting but I've got an old I (Ga.) Enquirer-Sun. of old maidhood. For'the girls this esty's Opera, at once arranged to have Patti in connection with the building of thtdredgts : -

sow at. home that will root more mud any entree into life be delightful" l, not'alone in La Traviata in this city, has just arrived he iF ,
PENSACOLA & ATLANTIC RAILROAD DOTS- may sing the same afternoon. A from the Isthmus of Panama, where he hoy
day than she. When the boat went to :The first accession,to our*timber trade from with its exciting pleasure, J>4 ut also with the more contemptible trick could scarcely be put up sixty-eight buildings along the rout

;Work' he said : "She beats all I'veer the line of the Pensacola&Atlantic Railroad promises for the futureti&it t a7vawakenedon pttempted by one manager towards another.Of of the proposed canal in connection wits '.: i
! seen. He was called to bring out the sow, on this sudden commingling with the this $2,000,000 contract. He says the work
men it will
course only react
in on Mapleson,
rolling on Thursday last. The
' ship-
but he concluded to leave her at home. Negotiations preparatory to the commencement digging
I ment was made by Messrs. Milligan & Chaf- I and women who are supposed to have for the public, when left the choice between out the great canal is about finished. Thj-

I are now in progress for the pur- fin, from their mill at Chaffin's and was con- drank deep of its intoxicating springs. For Patti and the fair Christine of the north, canal company has so far spent about $20:

chase of a passenger! steamer, which will be signed Messrs.. II. Barrs & Co. The trackon the men, however, the work in prospect is will vote for the latter every time but it 000,000, and he has no doubt that the caiihwill
put to work at once. She will run from St. anything but pleasant. The outlook of be- be completed within the ten years specified -
only shows Mapleson in his colors. .
this end of the road has been laid contin- by the engineers. There are, he states,
Augustine as far as the canal is completedand .
ing weeks be nice
compelled to to -- -
uously to Ponce de Leon station at Sandy a about 5.000 men at work. It is not unlikely
return. There is no doubt that this THE TRANSIT OF VENUS. that the big the
lot of dredger construction of
Creekover 90 miles from Pensacola. Messrs. pretty young things who are eager to ,
canal will largely increase the attractionsand which Mr. Ward is superintending, may t l->
be and to be but
Lane & Co., the contractors, they will pleased please, may idyllic first
resources of our city even before it is say SUCCESSFUL OBSERVATIONS IN SEVERAL LOCAL experimented upon in starting across
The take Christmas dinner at Marianna if not de- not exciting enough for the spoilt tastes of ITIES. the Delaware and Maryland peninsula. M..

completed. steamer will certainly be layed at Choctawhatchie river waiting for the the average man about town. The cluband CEDAR KEY, December 6.-In accordancewith A. Slaven, who is president the Californfc ;
here by the 20th of December.
-St. Johns the bar-room much request I called Professsor bank and construction company, and ht
bridge. In reference to this are so more interesting.The your upon :! f
Weekly. delay we learn Eastman as soon as the transit of Venuswas brother, II. B. Slaven, will be in Philadelphia
result is that the
that the contractors are under agreement not striplings rule supreme over and he obligingly; gave me the following in a few days, having jnst completed
RAILROAD :NOTES. to delay, but to cross track on temporarywork. in our drawing;rooms, and girls who have account of his observations : The an examination of the route of the proposed

The impression is, if delay been out a couple of seasons get no show to day was very successful. The morning was Delaware and Maryland canal with the president t
THK RAILROADS CENTERING AT TAVARES.- any and the first of the Colonel Horace B.
display their and experiences for the cloudy contact of Venus with company*
should graces ,
Railroad matt rs begin to take shape. We occur, it will only be for a few days. aforesaid the sun was lost by the intervention of a Tibbetts, of New York. Colonel Tibbett?
Pensacola Advance-Gazette. striplings consult with none but will sail for Paris soon where he
are authoritatively informed that the Peninsular narrow stratus cloud. The second contactwas says capital -
the young girls. The older ones awe them. obtained very well. No lignment or sufficient to build the canal without government '
Railroad will be ironed to Leesburg NEJVS NOTES. Our friend, Mr."Walton the International black drop was seen, and the limbs of Venus aid has been guaranteed. H%:> ,

before New Year's day, and that the road Plunger, has returned from England, and and the Sun were very steaI1}'. The sky was company has charters from Delaware and
will be pushed to Tavares by the first of mostly clear from 11 a. m. to 1:40 p. in. One Maryland to construct the canal by the Sassafras -
March The, second session of the FortyseventhCongress judging by anything but pleased looks, they hundred and fifty photographs were taken river route. It is proposed, howeve<,
next. Whether or not the road will convened at Washington last Mon have relieved him of a great deal of money with dry plates, and all of them are good. tn give the Calirornia capitalists an opportunity
be pushed!! 1 farther just now is not decided, on the English race courses. He got over The third and fourth contacts were very to invest there, and it is said that tta 1
but the indications are that it will remain at day.The I 9. well seen, but no black drops were visible. Slavens are favorable to the Delaware ana
Tavares for a or two. The recent Fifth Annual Fair of the West Florida I ins neaa, so to speaK. it may not oe true, The uncertainty of the second and third con- I -Maryland- scheme and will put money in it., -
Fair Association commences at Marianna : as the English papers have it, that be lost tacts was less than one second,and less than Philadelphia Record.
change of line across Dead river was for the next Tuesday. $125,000, but I am informed by some in a three seconds for the fourth. Altogether,

purpose of enabling the road to centre its position to be acquainted with his affairs, the observations at this place were highly THE ARLINGTON ESTATE.
business at Tavares and The hospice of Great St. Bernard, 8,200 satisfactory.ST. .
by having wharf
that he has lost between fifty and sixty 4.-A decision
both on Lake Eustis and Lake Dora at this feet above the sea, can no longer claim fobs AUGUSTINE, Dectmber6.-The weather was rendered by the United States Supreni
I thousand dollars. And what is worst of all here or"the |
to clear
day was most time and
point, avoid the expense of a depot and the highest building in Europe. The distinction Court this afternoon in the tax sale case ol
for him, he got into a row with the Duchess remarkably favorable. The French astronomers the United States, plaintiff in
warehouse Dead river. Last now belongs to an observatory 1,000 error, against
on week Col. at the fort made observations
Montrose, the famous sportswoman, !. George N. P. C. Lee, which involves the titer
A. J. Lane took feet higher on let ..Etna. It commands of the transit. They observed the
a trip to Orlando and back a through forestalling her in the to the tract of land in Alexandria county,Va.,
betting .
for view half over Sicily, o'erIalta and of four contacts. Artificial contacts were pro- known
the purpose of examining the ditferentroutes as the Arlington estate, and which
one of the horses:; belonging to her husband. duced by the bi-refringcnt prima of Arago.
for the proposed extension to that Calabria, Italy. The was brought here by writ of error to tfar: i
astronomers realized
manof the
When the money of the owners came out to met- Circuit Court of the United States for tit[
place. lie went by way of Tavares and on The new suspension bridge across Niagara be laid with the bookmakers, it was found rometrical measures. Two hundred photo- Eastern District of Virginia. The judgment

the south side of La.ke Dora, and returned by river is to be completed by September 1, Walton had backed the horse so heavily !, graphs tact the were weather taken was clearly.cloudy for At the about last three-con- of the Court below in favor of the Lee heir l

the route west of Beauclair and Dora.Ve 1883. It will be located a quarter of a mile of hour. is affirmed. Opinion by Justice Miller-Chief
that the stable could to quart. an
get. nothingon. Justice Waite, Justices Gray and f '
learn on the very best authority that Col. south of the present suspension bridge, and It was claimed that. Walton had got WASHINGTON, December 6.-Reports received Woods dissenting.
Lane decided will be used here show that the transit of Venuswas
unhesitatingly in favor of the exclusively by the Canada
hold of the information that the horse was invisible at Greenwich. -- ..
Tavares route. He left for Southern road in totally At. ..
Georgia and New running connection with
so good surreptitiously. The matter has Utica only a glimpse was obtained through Florida Dispatch Line.
York last Saturday, and it the New York 'L
is Central.
will immediately the clouds. At Harvard satIs-
been brought to the notice of the stewardsof OFFICE FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE, )
order the iron for the extensionto Mocha coffee is one of the choicest kinds the Jockey Club,.and the probabilities are factory observations were made. Successful. 315 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, December 4.To ./
this observations were also made here at the
point. Meantime
it is reported that grown in any part of the globe-in short, that if the charge be sustained, be will be Naval Observatory. the Editor of the Mirror: .
the Tavares
Orlando and Atlantic Railroad the palm for excellence in unroasted coffee ruled off every race track in Europe, and, LITER-The transit of Venus \was sucess- Receipts of oranges at this port via Flofi

Company have secured the iron and rolling may be said to lie between yellow Mocha of course, that will be followed by his being fully observed in all four contacts at the Na- da Dispatch Line and Southern Expreg I'

stock in forttheir Orlando road next, and a meeting is to beheld (short or long berry), finest Blue :Mountain ruled off in this country, and that will be l Observatory.all day but advantage The sky was was taken overcast of nearly a rift- Company. week ending December 4th, 9.0GD

Saturday to receive (Jamaicaand) Cannon's East! India plantation good-bye to Mr. Walton. in the clouds at opportune times. Only boxes. Condition good. Commission mo- ,
subscriptions to the stock for the purpose Mysore, Neilgherry Hill} Naidoobatum and The publishers this year can certainly not about sixty photograps were secured. Dis- chants state that the fruit is coming in better k

of beginning the grading at once. One plantation Ceylon coffees may be classed next complain of bad business. They have literally patches received at the observatory report condition this season than ever before.

wealthy Kentuckian is said to have already for weight; and boldness of bean, and washed flooded the market with elegant and successful Texas, and observations Florida Keys.at Press San dispatches Antonio, Prices : Floridas, $3 to $5 per box ; Jam ..

subscribed ten thousand dollars for this par Rio, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and other Central artistic illustrated holiday books, and every- report observations successful at Philadelphia cas $6 to $7.50: per barrel ; Valencia, $.5.:.>

pose. It is said that the work of grading American sorts are also much liked for thing seems to sell. Osgood & Co., a short San Francisco, St. Augustine, Ottawa, to $7 per case; Palermo, $2.50 to $3.25. 4

will begin within two weeks. Altogetherit being of good color and closely made; but time ago, got out an illustrated edition of Ontario LONDON and, December Chicago. 6.-Early this morn-* C. D. OWENS, General AgenkNotice t
to look if of the
begins as some numerous none have ever gained the name that :Mo Scott's Lady of the Lake. The wood-cuts, ing the weather in London was fine, and .

projected railroads will be at Tavares within cha has and singular to. add, none have which are really triumphs of the engraver'sart there were indications that the transit of to TaxPayers.I .

the next hundred days. Our friends southof sunk into such obscurity as Mocha has in taken from made the Venus would be successfully observed ; but am now ready to receive the State and
were drawings
the sky became overcast and fell County taxes for the present and ft
us can now look forward with some snow year, c< >
some con for
Europe many years past. Mocha coffee spot of the scenes represented by A. S. V. rendering the transit totally invisible from be found at my office, at N. Brownaon;
fidence to having their spring vegetables is seldom drunk by itself, its scarcity and Anthony, the artist whom the publishers Greenwich observatory. A heavy snow Book Store, on Wednesdays and Satnrdayt i 4
chipped from Tavares either the Peninsular dearness has fallen in several of when not collecting tour in the '
by standing in the way of that, and it sent to Scotland for that purpose. The first parts the country.- on a countrr. {
or the St. Johns & Lake Eustis roads is principally used for blending with Special Telegram to the Daily Times. WARREN F. SCOTT,
other edition consisted of 8,000 copies, and although Collector Revenue Nassau County.

and perhaps by both. As for the roads, ware e grades that require greater strength and ful- an expensive book, the entire edition Veto Information to Florida. Fernandina. Fla., October 21, 1882. ,. y

not afraid but that both of them will l ness of aroma and flavor. When skillfully is exhausted. The Appletons recentlygot One hundred and ninety-six pages of new

pay handsomely coming here. Tavares t is mixed with tine East India plantation out a collection of poems selected by matter, with map for 1882. Send six cent- When you feel out of our sorts,bane the t

the key of this entire lake region, and within growths, it is pronounced by experts to be Rossiter, Johnson and Charles A. Dana, under to R. C. LONG, Tallahassee, Fla., or to C. blues,that melancholy ails you., etc.Brown's. it must Iron be indigestion Bitters

five years we expect to see. 300,000 boxes the. perfection of coffee ) the title of Fifty Perfect Poems.:' Ac DREW, Jacksonville, Fla. cures it. I

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: AN UXFAITHFULsTREE. .,: I this was happily abandoned. 1 cinity} whom he- cared about troubling ini I i I ence in buying and selling,and did not even :--I-said I had a fair knowledge of that lan-:::

"" f: '. I So utterly was I involved that all the furniture the matter gave us the name of a firm somewhere I know what kind of goods: I was expected toexamine. guage."That's. .

; ? There sto I in a beautiful l garden' J*. worth speaking! of at No. 9 Victoria down bv the docks as referees. I say To all these he had conclusive a good job," continued Scate. "It

.' A toll an I stately tree, -' % Louisa Terrace was!: seized. Our home was "somewhere down" for I did not take the an wer... A man with his head screwed I has been a staggerer to me over and over

$ Criwne.l: with in shining leafage stripped from top to bottom ; hills were trouble as I, puht.to; have done of going on.the right way" as: mine was, would have I; again the not knowing I anything of the par-

!' It w w MT .:IMSH fair to)see; stuck all over the windows ; auctioneers thereto 'mak\! the proper inquiries no difficulty in picking upuch knowledge ; lyvw jargon. This will be a big transaction,

f t, But ths tr"? w n ilways fruitless came, and brokersand shabby hangers-on This is a lift 1'' said Scate softly. You while at first he would see everything right !. you will find. And say', Matley !"-this

"'j a \ N"ewr i hos! i n grew of every description I wasgo'ing to say, but have let your place and l let it well, too Ieonsiderto for me, and, when he was obliged to be I exclamation/ was uttered just as lie reachedthe

,..1', ; 0.t its l tWI $ .t 1.1 s'i: ipdy branches they were indescribable. an.old fellow with no wife or away would Ic.tme instructions how far door, us il it were a second thought
:. f Tae JT i ili t t,rt4lit. sea's to through. The sale took place; went olF well I was relative to Imtiivr'you.or give you trouble. to go in any purchase. I! "just sound old! Chelps ab..ut his nlUn \ If
: l' assured for in most.oa'-es: the ;gods fetched Didn't I, tell' you your luck would turn ? Among/ other preparations for the agency, he can get it in two or three days, it will be
? : Th.. for 1 .f the garden; saw it. fully one-fourth of what I had given for snot here its turning like the tide. Mr. Suite had some office furniture brought 1 just in time to make such a" profit as he
".:' : An I ))1' i mil,I wien; the leaves were sere, them twelve or thirteen months t.dilrl'um- } It may be guessed that Susan and I sat up in, so that what with a massive table and j never got i in Australia."
:.;',r Cut .! ,w i thU tree s j worthless: f ..- the auctioneer congratulated me. At last! for some little time talking over the strange desk, half a dozen heavy chairs, with various I 1 spoke to Mr. Chelps in the morning, as

: And pmt! another hfie; all the hangers-on were gone, and the house and unexpected' events of the night; of our racks and shelves titled on the walls, my i desired, about his investment and the old
':;C My g-irtlrn i is n ,t for beauty was dull and void save for the few things good fortune in'seeuririg such a lodger; and front parlor assumed quite a solid bankingor I gentleman Deemed anxious not to lose the
'.r! AI, n' b'lt fir fruit will, that were not seized, and fur a few other articles what a good thing too it was that he had life-insurance aspect: which met the approval promised chant, and said that perhaps by
:"'', An-1 1 ) barren tr v must cumber which one of Susan's aunts had purchased not come a few days earlier, when he would not only of Mr. State but of :Mr. sacrificing a trifle of interest he tni ht't't

;:'-!, Tit place in winch I dwell back for our use. have been subject 'to all the annoyance an I ". his money a day or two earlier than agreed,
My wife and myself were sitting in whatwe turmoil of the salt. I The first transaction which was completed which would be in about a week later.

\. .; Tn.* yF' a..IJn! r heard. in sorrow, called our breakfast-rooni, which looked Well, the morning came ; and, punctually in the new offire took place very suddenly As soon as Mr. State came I told him

,' .r ln 1 ivjd the barren tree, out on the little sloping front garden with at the time he had named, came Mr. Chelps' I.I to me. At twilight one evening, only a few this. He declare I he greatly applauded the
,; I AH A'J, low mi things about us which all the houses in Victoria Louisa Terrace also closely followed by a small van-load of I days after the 8uhjl'CtVIS first broached, I old gentleman's caution and asked me to
; fti; it are oiiiv! f sir to see. furnished. Not that looking furniture. The deposit he had left in I
'J" *' were we were Ill) Mr..Scate came in and repaired to the call him down that we might talk things
I..: ve it 'mi HUJK tI1 1.tI1.cr. out for them for tlmegas lighted the wife's hands had enabled to cfficl"1
t was us purchase one He had not been there five minutes, ; over. I did so; and Mr. Chelps came at
} OalvontntreI. prac, ?_ blinds were down and we were seated talking or two necessities, and even luxuries ; and man knocked and asked for him. It so happened once.

:*' 4 f* .H' iWl'l! hut the mister" I'adl.enuu. h. in the room which in the evening Mr. Chelps: joined us at tea that I opened the door to this person I You are naturally desirous of knowing

:.A Win linn; an I answered: Na>\ seemed so bare and wretched compared with i and was so dll'erful.in his conversation and and showed him into the office As the vhere you put your money, and what it is::

:,;, *. Til.- thd..sr.leuer ilu! shut it.11 its aspect of a day or two before. I pretended so full of queer I little anecdotes!' that he i twilight now had almost turnedu darkness, for Mr. Chelps! ," began &l'ate.

A' 1 its to bear up( confidently, for [saw I.. orSuau's quite led us away from our troubles, until I naturally offered to procure a light. I am, naturally anxious, as you say. ," .
cite M ttsapirt before, eyes fill with tears when she looked I he brought them back by asking, but in avery "No, thank ye." returnel I Mr. Scale; "I interposed the old gentleman. '. ;.
I s't'irf
A'u: t uk the the late... tress heart. at the naked boards where had I been such a nice way too, what I thought of doing am going out directly. I wished to introduce Tht> references will be to'three tolerably
; : 11'11t". I p r conmfnrtahlelark carpet ; or glanced at the in the future ,1 told him that so far as my you\ to this gentleman who' will be well-known l"'lahlishl1ltIlt'l-the!' Bank of
,' F.iiriful! itl1llrU 1 his
I to III.IoItl'r.:
: com in'in woo.len chairs and table bought own resourcefftmd-influence concerned here again to-morrow or the next night, England sir; Barings, sir and Ruth chihts,
Y I.rilltIh well
;" .:t tree :s- back out of our kitchen furniture, and now I had little prospect of doing any good, but and will transact some business with you. sir. Are they good enough ?'*

''0, Ta ,;ardauer. t dle-l in sorrow forced to serve instead of our plain but that a friend-anal_ entirely a new friend indeed Mr. Wilkins this i is onr new agent: Mr. "Splendid"! Oh, I am Mire!" said Mr.Chelps. ,
Till th. .? .tm'h' evening fell. handsome leather-covered seats. Susan expected -Mr. Scale, the gentleman whom he Matley, who will carry on the business at I .

-" T .-tn irr w." hiS- :sttd, I will finish to have a baby in about a conple'of had seen on the previous evening hulll1'lst this branch for the present; ; so you will Mr. Scale went on to give us a detailed!

'f;l j tank that I have bi,,:mi ;" m'ntlis: and wh.1t were we to do then ? generously must unexpectedly! come forward know who to ask for when I am not here:' account of the proposed transaction. adding -

: But tli.4 .in .:,r.HVV Li wil.l 1 with tempest, But before that time arrived, it was clear and had almost obtained the promise\ : "Yes ; I shall know him," returned the : "My people are ready-monev men ;

A'i 1 th w irk renuinc'l IM,lone! ; that we must rind another residence, for of a situation for rut>. As!: in duty bound. stranger. After a few more words State intimated but so, for the mailer of that, are Belgians, ;I

.An Itur HIM ua tiiu I,'tu, bleak winter quarter-day would come, and itVa..... hopeles Susan: and I here broke into praise of )Ir. that our business was concluded.The especially when they are selling; anything.
'P1terestI11w: les.ilate trct., I to think of going ou where we were. State and told how he had been an entire next day State came early and had a Their mimes are Deird. Vianet & Co. You

WHit tin .: hl waite: snow about it, Our present house was large enough to sat- stranger; and how he was the only one who brief interview with me in the office. His may have heard\ of them ?".
J A rniwful I thjjngto see. Nfv: us in letting one floor-the card in- showed anything like a kindly feeling towards object was to say that Mr. Wilkins would 'Yes: I think' I have heard of them"

indeed, with the simple announcement, us. He was very much interested in probably call that night and.I, if so. would said Chelps. 001 will go into the city, :sir: ,
At last: tin :,wl't>.spring weather "Anarfments: ," still hung idly in our window our account of Mr. Scate. in whom he declared bring a parcel, of which I was to take and I l'l1l1ut to-day. My J broker will let me

T :M motegi'! I id IM! hearts of men, ; but where was the furniture to come he had taken an interest first sight.;, charge, and for which I Was! to give him have the immune. in advance, if I like. Oh,

A 11 1 t.mt4 tri !in the I.nl's fair garden from ?" Very soon after this, the hitter's loud forty-five pounds. This money he gave me I ran manage ail that ; and I shall he quite
.-' ['.n, irlh their leaves again. D.w't you think dear?" said my wife: knock was: heard; and then Mr. State was all in gold.A satisfied. especially if I can see one of the

.*' 1 will finish mv task: to-morrow trying to speak without a catch in h(>voice, immediately shown in. Mr. helps, rose as; man went by with plants in a harrow firm ; I nuM: own I should like that."

T.1: b'HV gar leuer 1 said.Ai 1, "that we might buy some plain furniture he entered and after a very friendly bow to that afternoon and :Mr. Chelps declaring You shall do so." answered: :catl' "One

'. : ,I t.nuht with a thrill of sorrow from people who will take monthly payments the visitor, said to us : "I shall be down rather to my surprise-that he was an enthusiastic of the firm shall be here to see the completion

( T u bii itiful; tree was dead.Tii and so "- again in a few urinutes.' admirer} flowers;,bought a number of the iransaelion."
I shook my head as she paused, for this Scate. turning to us with the wink and which he told Mrs. Matley-who reallywas

; hori luitii into the garden was only another danger, a fresh runninginto grin so customary with him said : '* You've fond of themhe would plant in the CoxcLusnmx.-'fbe day appointed for the

A" an early h.tllr next day debt got the old boy all right, then ? You will front garden after the sun went down. He meeting was evidently to be an important

AM. I MUM t', the task unfi iislwd,.. Tile fact is," I began when a loud double always recollect :Mrs. :Matley that I said at was as good as his word too, or nearly, ill III.Hull,' history for I was at length
one ::
f i gardener led the way; knock at the street door interrupted. the first moment he will do.: My wife for he went into the garden with spade and to see one of my employers, and I hoped

.. A.lIllu all wliita with blossoms( When Lizzie, our servant had opened the assured him she should always rememberthis water can, and slowly-for it was I plain he that he would be favorably impressed with
{lirer tn-in ever to see, door we heard some one inquiring for Mr. ; and then \lr. Scate proposed that we \\.as not an expert gardener amiii .edhis

:\ In its promise: of coming fruitage, and Mrs. Matley. The servant's reply was should sit down and talk business, work I offered to help him, but the me.When the morning arrived Mr. Chelj.s
Tiierj sto mil the beautiful tree. inaudible, but the voice said, Down stairs, He at once said he had seen the friends old gentleman said that half his pleasures in unusual spirits: bopping about with a
was : l
are they ? All right ; don't you trouble from whom he hoped so much, and that shrubs and flowers would be lost unless he briskness quite remarkable too, in an elderly
"It is w,.'lI," said the lord of the garden. 'em ; I'll find them out ; they won't mind they were quite willing to engage me, so planted them himself: ; so he went on untilit invalid. He had already told me that behind

And !he and the gardener knew an old friend intruding." Then followed a that I might expect to hear from them in a was almost dark making, however, but succeeded in obtaining the money, butit

.... Tiiat out of its loss and trial step on the stairs, a tap at our room door few days. If I did join them I should find little progress.It was in the form of a cheque; and he foresaw -
.- Its: promise: of fruitfulness:! grew. and then the well-known figure and face of it somewhat better than drudging on in a was between twilight and dark when a some difficulty in its acceptance by the

,:" It Is: su) with lives that cumber, Mr. Scate became visible. miserable officeas clerk. I could not understand cab stopped at our gate, and, a knock following Belgians! who would naturally regard a
For a time, the Lord's domain ; "Aha you did not think of seeing me !I" kind of business they carried on, I went to t.hednoreXl'l'ctillgto find, I :offered by him with different
cheque very
Out of trial and mighty sorrow he exclaimed. "No I thought not ; but I or what particular situation I was likely to as it proved :\Ir. Wilkins. I had lost no I I from what they would regard one from

.. There c "n th a countless: gain got home eary! and I couldn't rest without fill. Yet he kept on talking about the firm, time in answering\ the knock but Mr. eyes such a firm as Banner, Wreggs & Car.

: And fruit for the Master's harvest, coming round. Your servant, Mrs. Matley.I and congratulating me upon my good for- Chelps was already in conversation\ with the rowble. He had told Scate that this would

.',. Is born of loss and pain. came to talk things over with Mr. Mat- tune in securing a position with them and visitor, and inviting him, as I could hear, to probably be the case; and the latter with

.1 ley and of course yourself-and see if we glancing at the confidence they reposed in admire some beautiful bulbs he was holding his usual readiness, had .promised that he

JITF NEW FRIEND. can't do something make matters straight.I'm him, as shown by their accepting a strangeron out for his inspection. Mr. Wilkins, who would so as to prevent any obstacleor
in rather a large way of business myself his recommendation, until I heard Mr. had struck me as being of a somewhat morose inconvenience.arrange

CHAPTER I. and have friends who are very influen Chelp's slow lumbering step approaching. turn when I admitted him on the pre- So remarkably brisk was Mr Chelps that
tial. They could make room for a dozen Mr. Scale proceeded to repeat the information vious evening, looked gloomier and sulkier obtained for servant
,. When the sale was over and the brokers having permission
had all gone- But stay 1 This seems rath like "Mr. Matley, and be glad to get such he had just given to us. While :Mr. now. lIe turned with a very uncivil grunt: Lizzie to go on a rather long errand for him
of men. Scate was telling all this to Mr. Chelps. my from the garrulous oldgentll'manand came he insisted opening the street door
er too abrupt the reid-f a style mimencing wish myttory. to I am sure I don't know how to thank wife left us to superintend Lizzie in her domestic in the moment I opened the door. to all callers upon himself to save Mr. Matley and
a* m 1.perhaps "
:' .1' know how it was we had the brokers in it you for this disinterested kindness began" operations.Mr. Well governor there's the stuff, and I myself the trouble. Not only did his bnuyjtiil -
at all. my poor wife ; "to strangers, too who Chelps' mind still ran on my affairs ; want five-and-forty pounds of you." spirits prompt him lo do"this, and to sit

i Luke clerk Just then came another loud double and, as the evening wore on, he plied Mr. Yes,"said I ; Mr. Scale told me I was all the morning, or nearly so. in the office
My name + M.itley- Matley; a I
'. in the city of Lmd plOltliuralong knock, and as before, we heard Lizzie open Scate with very direct questions, such as I to give you forty-five pounds." A moment's to be in readiness, but he avowed his }intention -
m pretty
I the and short conversation followed much wished to ask but lacked the while the "
door a
'cjiiteuteilv at a lau lre.1 and forty pounds ; : courage pause here he rapidly ran over of buying; "quite a lot of flowers, as
then coming to the breakfast-room door to do. Mr. Scate was at first as with Will
vague gold. 'All right governor. you come and front door at least
,r a year ; and I was en.,;a..f-l l to be married to he said\ opened our
she said "Oh if please mum, it's a him he had been with me but, under ? You won't?
Miss 12/er-tt ambitio. being of you as ; to the corner and have a glass half dozen times to hail( the passing vendors -
: an. our a
; "
wants"to see the thc'pressure of the old gentleman's repeated business. Mine is to clear
as apartments.
litnitel kin I our m arria a was to take gentleman Well that's your of roots: blossoms or bulbs. Once or
place vt'itfii m,' salary was raised to one "See the apartments? we both echoed. inquiries, he eventually explained that his out ; so gnod-uiigimt.' twice: I came up into the hall while he was
htmlr-d an.1 I pound; at the Oh. he can't. Tell him, Lizzie" friends were "general agents and miscellaneous Saying this he went, leaving me with a haggling with these hut-u bur each time he
fifty which
: : :
tim 'fh.11 I have decided ,, No, no !-nonsense! Excuse me for the merchants" who bought and sold all growing: feeling of dislike to the "agency," !. playfully insisted upon m.going back, a3
tocommence my interruption said our new friend. But kinds of goods for all markets home and indeed I hatlm'vcr been greatly -
narrative I h ijitstl w mid be in the nex'tyear. with which he did not inll'llil11'8.: Matley to have the
: if I I should have him[ in ands foreign. Anything, anywhere they would
But al- were you : t'lIalllnrt'l1.Ir. slightest idea of what he was going to buy.It .
./ th.mh I di unluckily I In it think so say then so-now a distant ( what he is like ; I should indeed. It buy if it werecheapandsaleable ; and would Clu'lps.Vhn.. as he explained, had was to be a surprise for her he said.

relative trio whom I had entertained may come to nothing, of course ; but it'sa sell at the smallest profit to do business gone out for a short stroll, returned soon af- So the morning wore on until, punctualto
died and left: thousand nn chance and my maxim in business is, quickly. That, their business being rather ter Wilkins haelll'ft. and, joining\ ; Mrs. Matley I appointed! time, :\Ire State appeared,
ex1.c.tatin:) I. me a to throw a chance '* peculiar they preferred to conduct it by what promised: to he
pjllll1l Susan irried for the agents on whom they could rely-"Such as a long, as it was certainly an unconnected, representative. This latter was a portly, re-
say, got advance.in without. waiting expected CHAPTER II. our friend here, Mr. :Matley" lie said-" tu account of his gardening\ experiences in speclable-looking gentleman, who seemed

This would have mattered friend'sadvice and having a central office, as other merchants the country\ ; but ere he was: fairly in the rather surprised at the aspect of the house to
: not : so greatly Acting upon our overborne "
I In fact, it would. have been the best thing I perhaps, by his energy we told Liz- did. twinkled and midst of his narrative, a knock at the street which he bad been summomd to transact
The of Mr. Chelps glistened and Lizzie brought down a
eyes door was heard such i business State evidently
could have done-had we acted as we originally zie to ask the applicant into the room in important
more than ever, as he listened to this, that a gentleman wished to see meat and usual said :
message: the ready as
caught glance
which have invested which seated which bad it ,
intended. was to we were as was
until finally he said that the idea seemedso the Three Bills, a tavern in the next liehere. sir shall have it altered -
All -we
nearly the whole of this money in time purchase was by far the most presentable part of the very
good feasible and so profitable that occurred to that
street. It immediately in few It was a long way to
a days.
of a couple' of little houses, and plodding house. The stranger was heard descendingthe
having l capital by him he was more dreadful Wilkins, who
be :
on with clerkship as before. But stairs slowly and apparently with cau- spare it must fetch you from the city ; but Mr. Matley
my than half inclined to set on Toot somethingof transact fresh piece of the
wished to some other
this ig \Ir Iutll'v"-Wl' bowed to each
ill luck would have I in the whole- tion then he presented himself at the
A3 was open the kind hilU' l.'lf. At this Mr. State'seyes business in which I was engaged and
most irregular of
will have Belgian
>tale wine trade, and one of our travelers door, and, in obedience to my invitation, than a great part our
twinkled ahd more his of
glistened even
and this was, perhaps, way wish
French connection business and
clever fellow considered him. entered and took scat. He looked round soye
Terv always a
those of the old gentleman, and he said it. I hurried off accordingly. I
managing be
him and his branch house to individually
an(1 without doubt hewas had recently slowly us and then, fixing a large ,
so upon ,
that, with his influence, it was not impossible into each compartment of the bar of
went known to continental friends. I1owt''er.I'm ,
"e left to net in business for himself and; double eyeglass his nose looked again. our
up ; upon
that. Mr. might be admitted to
Chelps the Three Bells, which was a large: place mind the cashis
not long as
sure you'll so
be showed ins how it was possible to do He was a stout man, apparently about sixty this verbnsiness. "A
take a small; share in without seeing Wilkins or one that I "
any here and here it is.
much m.ire good with seven or eight hundred years of age, for his hair was grnhis whis- ( I ;
most difficult thing to lone assure knew. On looking for the second or returned the who
my sir
No gentleman,
than to miserable fiver kers white and though at one time ,
pounds just gets quite ; wont look at outsiders
you, said he, for they third time into the most select division, much by the
did not impressed
>> six per cant on house property. I d.) not he must have been of powerful frame, he thousands after s-eem very
rule find him
as a -turn away where I had naturally expected rather ready jocularity in which Mr. State so
wish to dwell this of so was now evidently somewhat feeble, as we
on story
almost -
I thousands every year, people are big, square-built inan, a customer, who excelled. it is business -
a much As no
the manner in which he you say.
will only that I invested little for I could judge by
say my and
I going down on their knees asking I against the bar, said civilly : "
was of mine.
tune in the business ; and at the end of the seated himself, and groaned slightly as he them to take. Yet with recommendation "
my for anybody "
"Are you looking You have the delivery notes or warrantsof
first half-year I received a dividend at the did so.
perhaps But how much could you I indeed looking for some one "
Yes; am ? said State becoming terse in his
course ,
twelve intrude at this
of The I to
; rate cent. am
per per annum. sorry upon you "
invest? he said abruptly. but the awkward part of it is: that I do not
econd half-year was more successful still, a time of the evening madam he began ;
than elevenor
Not a great deal-not more for. A lad came "
who I looking the
bilt am "I have here they returned
rather larger dividend being shown ; and but I noticed the in your window a the ;
hundred which by
twelve wished
pounds, and said
to my house a gentleman "and here is a receipt for sixteen
then, as assistance! was required for the fuller few days ago, when I was in this neighbor- invested" returned Chelps stranger
is have
by already to here but I think there must "
see me ; hundred pounds cash.
i of the I hood. As I must reside somewhere in this
development ;
; gave up who seemed by his tone to admit the con been mistake." Mr.
some said State
clerkship, to take a more active position vicinity I should have called earlier; but I Quite right ,
my temptible smallness of the sum he spoke of. "I am sure there is!" exclaimed the Cheliis, your check. And here in good time,
certain that old friend
t :in the concern. was not quite an "All the rest is in houses, with a few ground stranger. What a pity it is you cannot get is Mr. Wreggs so will have thesecurity
; you
There was one young man who used to could not accommodate me. I find now "
come in frequently and whom I at first dis- that he cannot do so, so I have ventured to rents." mind I will what I the simplest thingdone in a straightforward and see the principal at once ash pronistt1.
Well see that
never ; manner. I sent a boy with message to As he spoke he ran and opened the door, at
liked but extolled him trouble this unusual hour.
greatly ; my you at "
partner can do about it, returned Scate. Whencan old I ask where and
an aC9uaintance.Iay loud knock had just been given
the of and "Ah I afraid that unfortunate whicha :
as very impersonation liberality am an ? I ask becauseI
get at money sir l' who ,
you live ushered in a dark keen-looking man,
honor. His and I understood has it of offer
I name was State : change put out my power to lot of "
know they are making a purchases, No Victoria Louisa Terrace I replied.
struck me as being one of the most sinister
that he influential firm suitable I "To be
representedan replied. "
a ;you apartments "
so now will be the time. "The idiot! said the stranger. I
young individuals I had beheld.
in the I hid I have furniturefor looking ever
city. certainly an impression frank sir now not enough
after the first of
x "As soon as please told him different number. It is Pel-
you a totally
"This is Mr. who
that little I liked the of Herdley. represents
as appearance Mr. myself instead of being: able to spare What
r'; 8cate: he really did come on business, which any for my lodgers." next month replied Chelps." name evidentlythrough me you have been broughthere rio & Co., sir. And this i b Mr. Matley, our
: I was more than I could believe of many of "I don't want furnished apartments. I did you say your firm was? sir; and though I did not come myself new agent sir, of whom I spoke to you
Scate had not
It was certain that for the utter stupidityof
our visitors and was partly in lined to credit ought to have explained that at first. I have I must apologize And this is: Mr. Chelps, a personal friend
mentioned any name. my messenger. You must have a glassof who wishes I have told sir. to be al-
; what my partner said of his extensive I not long come home from abroad and my & Carrowble that'sthem as you,
Wregges ; with me. "
; something lowed to join in speculations.
transactions. only daughter with whom 'I have been your
I said Mr. Scate, at last. decline this but the
I tried to strangerwas introduction
Well, one day five weeks after my last. staying has now gone with her husband to Mr. Wreggs acknowledged
'' dividend was received I found on arriving Australia, leaving me a little furniture in clearly one of those who think nothingis with a short bow accompanied in each

,. At the office a letter from mv partner, regretting case I like to keep on the house. But I don't CHAPTER III. complete until ratified by the wine- case by .a furtive glance, which in a measure -

t that circumstances altogether unforeseen like it. I want a quiet lodging with a small As the reader may suppose, I was in fever- pledge or what serves in modern life for the reminded me of my customer:: Mr. Jerry
that I had to and -
and entirely beyond 'fiis control had family, where I can furnish my two rooms, ish expectation of a summons to wait upon wine-pledge; so stay assure Wilkins. "
'1:I'' compelled him to l leave for America; he regretted taking my meals by myself with the fam- the firm for which Mr. State was acting ; him of my completely excusing: him, Will you see if those are right.sir? said

41: also to say that his: stock-which ily, as I please I am a quiet person I but the business took a very different turn. and listen to his repeated apologies over a State to the new arrival, handing him the

'f ..- 4had been mysteriously disappearing of late- think; rather an invalid, but no trouble; Mr. Scite called one day out of the time at glass of ale before I could get away.I papers from Mr. Herdlev, as it seemed the

.{;:; ';:' could not meet the demands and liabilities, and I am willing to pay you rent for my which he usually paid his visits, which was found Mr. Chelps leaning over the gate Belgian agent was called.
I and he advised me to put myself in communication rooms and thirty shillings a week for my generally in the evening, and said that the and smoking tranquilly. When I told him Y E'S. they will do," said Wreggs. and

: t with some experienced solicitor. board. There is"my card?' He handed to firm would not trouble me to call ; they of my adventure the old gentleman laughed after little bustle in getting out his pocketbook -

4' As soon as I recovered from the shock of Mr. State who sa.t nearest to him, a card were quite satisfied he said, with what they heartily. I thought business was concludedfor Scate gathered up the papers again and

t Inch a letter I did seek a solicitor but in from which the latter read aloud "Mr. had heard from him ; and not caring to multiply that evening but at the very last mo- laid them on the desk. ,

one respect I need not have troubled my- Daniel Chelps" and then passed it to me. the agents with whom they dealt directly ment,just, indeed, as we were going to bed. 00 ow.Ir.. Chelps" he continuM1.Ir

1'J.' 1! self, for at least half a dozen experienced solicitors Finding him still willing to go on with preferred to consider my transactionsas Scate came in for the parcel left by :Mr. Wil 'Vrep1-P8 has kindly promised to bring some

ij. a put themselves into communication the negotiations, I at once declared my anxiety a branch of his own. This being the kins. I went with him into the office. more notes as I know foreign; houses are

:1' with.me, much to my discomfort. The case to.obtain a tenant and although he case, he would at once if I were agreeable, ''I shall be round early to-morrow," said sometimes very reluctant to take the checks"

.,.4 r was Inch a bare one; so many people had asked a few questions, Mr. Chelps made no commence our joint work by either seeing )Ir. Scate as since I saw you I have had a strangers.. Have yon brought them,sir?
:' t been let in ;" the trading had been so reckless difficulties, and it was arranged that he people at my house myself or making appointments foreign letter which yon must answer. It Yes," said Wreggs. briefly. drawing out

OO and the disposal of all the best goods sop should take op his quarters with us on the to which I should attend.I is from Belgium and will lead to a great it his turn a bulky pocketbook and banding

auspicious, that serious thoughts were entertained following day. could have no possible objection to this deal of business. You understand French, therefrom a packet to Scate. .
't' of prosecuting me for fraud, butt Mr. Chelps having no friends in the vi- beyond the grave one that I had no experi- I believe?" Thank you sir. Then if you will givefi

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-- cheque,Mr.Chelps," continued the 1 but wh *n I found how things were I !said I 1 Groceries and Provisions._ Publications. Legal Advertisements.. '- fft-i
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me your i n. -- --- -
"I will hand over notes of equal value, would prefer bringing my own furniture. =
the warrants besides. Once in the house and seeing him, and ANGEL A FRIEND NOTICE.
and give you
Mr. Chelps, who had been gazing as it. hearing what he had told you my work be- MONTHS l i

seemed to me, in a kind of rapt admiraion gan to be as plain as A B C. It was quite AKERS AND CONFECTIONERS, WEEKLY NEWS.SAVANNAH SIX Judge of 'gy't, I
Wreggs to the Belgian agent, and back clear he meant you to run your head into B for my discharge as administrator:: of the e H: 1
from the Belgian agent to Mr. Wreggs, at the trap and buy the stolen goods; be the GEORGIA. tate of Lewis Davis, deceased >;
give the forged bills ; get CHOICE L. A. -
produced a carefully-folded paper responsible agent ;
this appeal
:: his pocket, and took thence a familiar- rid of the flush notes, and so on. But the and Tobaccos. A MAMMOTH eight-page paper,contain. Administrator. Nfew.5-
from lokingsIIp-thecce 1e. hlt'lSuu the Bank thing wanted was to get him to play all his Groceries, Cigars-..,-, ing sixty-four columns mostly reading Orange Bluff. Fla., May 20, lts J-l8. .
to smash the whole con- matter. It gives prominence to all matters .
of England, yon see, he said, as he handedit cards at once, so as tr
to ::;("ate. Your friend Mr. Wreggs cern ; bl'Ctm8e'UIl see ma'am. I wasn't quite TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES. relative to the Agricultural,Commercial and PROCLAMATION.BY ; .
all about that establishment.>> He satisfied even with the chance getting him Political: Interests of the people, while its "
knows as he said this ; and the laugh was while there were others behind. So I talked General News, Georgia and Florida Items VIRTUE of the following resolution
laughed by State and Wreggs, but in very about my ready money which I wished to Weddings, Entertainments, and Picnics and Market Reports Departments are specialties the Board of Aldermen of the Cit) '
repeated tones. have (employed; and he jumped at the bait furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-bot- in which it is unequaled. Full telegraphic u> Fernandina. Florida, which resolution .

different former took the cheque, and thrust: more readily than I expected. tom prices, atANGEL'S News from all parts of the world up reads as follows, tu.wit : )
The of notes, increased by some from His plans were so altered. Instead of BAKERY to the hour of going to press. Original Stories WHEREAS. is the opinion of this Coun"cil ,
the heap to Mr. Herdley. baying: : going on gradually with you he meant to Centre Street, by home authors-, are an attractive feature that the time has arrived when perui- I
his"You own will pocket find these right, I have no doubt have a big haul over this Belgian affair, and 23 Opp. old P. 0. Building.ETALI .- of the WEEKLY NEWS. .cent public improvements should be mad$ '

then pushed 1 the papers: or warrants then sheer<< off.: He meant it was very clear The following new stories will appear this ."by and for the City, Mich: us the construe
sir; adding : And there i is your to sell the goods directly he gut hold ofthE.I\I. season :_Irene Douglas." by Miss Allie "tion of one ur more substantial wharves
to Mr. Chelps sir", He or his precious l.IUrtner'rl "M had already WH LB ALB AND I.awhorn: ;The Harold Brothers," by Mrs. ."or docks upon the City's water (runt,and r i t

security clutched them eagerly,crammed sounded 1 some people about buying OQM Ophelia Nisbet::! Reid ; "Eagle Bend." bv .''also for the construction of a suitable road
Mr.Chelps his and then to my Mir- them and found they could get very nearly H :Mrs. Mary Faith Floyd ; Desire Wentworth ."to Old Tuwn/"and also to make Centre
them into pocket( of his,lingers into his mouth full value on the dock warrants. Then there O ." by Miss R. J. PliilbrickThe Rescue "Street to the ''Beach uS: ornamental a* it I

I'rbcthrust whittled two loudly. We all Carted inanttzantent was my munc-elevel1 hundred pounds!:, O ," by Miss Janey B. Hope; "Miss Little- ." would be useful Dud also fur ttal.ruvil1ingIt I

and ; and looked at him : but before you know-the two things/ together making C John by Miss Eleanor M.Jones. for a suitable market, and for such other :, '

word! could the dour of such a pull as he did not often get. Every subscriber for one year is entitledto .'substantial improvements us: the Council .
single thrown bespoken violently open, and The first transaction you had was with .H. anyone of the following serials of "The ."and its successors may deem necc.ary; .
the room was: amazement, four men Mr. Jerry Wilkins. His name i is no more Morning News Library:" "AM WHEREAS,Such j improvements would" ;
then, to my great glance I Wilkins than mine is; but that don't mat CD "Sombre M4'ndet by Miss Mary Rose "be enjoyed and would result: to the benefit

rushed: in. In the momentrary entered I saw that ter. Well, what you bought was plate, sir "": Floyd ; Iuffit," by Mrs. Ophelia Nisbet ."of all succeeding: generations of citizens o! T, ,
caught of them as they fellows, of whom the proceeds of some burglary at the West A. B. NOTES Reid; "Through the Years," by Miss R. J. "Fernandina' as much as the present, it
two of them were certainly ma'am nothing c Philbrick "Reviresco," byliss M. E. and that such ira- ''
flowers an hour End. Don't be alarmed l. ; : "would be but right just::! .
I had seen Chelps buying certainly the can touch: your' hu banc:, who had no Heath; "The Heathercotes," by Mat Grim' ; "provements be paid for at some distant +
before, while another was as at the bar of knowledge of what he was doin!!. Well I 13W -DEALER IS- P "Herzchen." by Mrs. Nora Lipman losses; "time when the City will be more populous

stranger to whom I had spoken I wanted to be sureof this ; so I took care to listen rf "Vascoe, or Until Death," by :Mrs. B. M. 'and wealthy ; .

the Three Bells.' beganScate.turningfieree- and to loiter in the front garden so thatI Zimmerman; "."Only Nora Heartley," by AND WHEREAS, It has been practically
"What the' he could completehis could see Mr. Jerry when he called. On Family Supplies,. Mrs. Ophelia Ni'bet Reid; "The Image of u delllllllstnttl' in the wonderful growth ol h
ly upon Chelps; but ere had from the evening he came I planted one of our Her Mother," by Mrs. Mary Augusta Wade; .'our Western: cities, that their prosperity t

sentence the old man and had sprung thrown his people at the Three Bells who sent a boy to "Elijah Bat hurst's I<:Expiation ny: Miss .*was brought about by the system of bond- .

his chair full upon him of, the strangers seized your place with a message, and so got you I HEAVY GROCERIES, Fannie May Witt; "Make-Out-Hall," a h ing their cities,in the first place,for public: t
arms around him ; two instant ;out of the way, while I examined the parcel S.Hay country story, by Mat Crim, of Georgia; improvements;
Mr. Wreggs at the same shouted Scale, had bought. Branly Farm" by Miss Mary Rose Floyd "Therefore, resolved. That the Mayor la

Get oil, you oath old.leave fool !t" or it'll be theworst you Well<< sir to cut this short, as you know CH and Grain, 00 of Florida; "Warp and Woof." by Miss R. hereby instructed to take all necessary;

with a savage ; go, I. most of it. I was aware that these men were O J. Philbrick, of Georgia.In 'steps to submit to the vote of the people,

: for you. Bill !I"cried Chelps desperate l ruffians of the worst class. You ordering the Weekly News, state what .'on Monday, the pith day of December,

On'with the bracelets different from his usual would hardly think it. ma'am but I am !SHIP STO ES,- CDO story you want, and it will be sent to you 1882, whether they will approve the bonding -
in a tone utterly with overpowering morally sure: though I can't bring it hometo ; or to any address you furnish by mail, postage the City for such improvements (or SO
voice, and maintaining the grip tremendous huts, that this Scale has been in some of z == paid. much thereof the Council may direct), h
force, despite of So I To receive the benefit of this offer subscriptions .' thousand
and the cruelest things ever committed. got + in a sum nut to exceed $50,000 fifty -
struggles of Saete. The latter plunged Furniture, must be for one $2. be here
of the some of our men to call this morning some year dollars, and in a manner to
kicked desperately, but the stranger in holding dressed up as costermongers, one to ask a Postmasters and Agents are authorized to alter directed by the Council of the City.
Three Bells assisted: :Mr. Chelps question, and BO on, and slipped them in Stoves, forward subscriptions. I "Be it further resolved, That in submitting
his* man while one flowt'r-lIIt'n-l'ulled of the warmongers outa without any one seeing them, and stowed S J. H. ESTILL, .'the said proposition to the votes of the '
actudllv one of the When I whistled M Paints 41 Whitaker Street, Savannah Ga. shall be done
handcuffs and in thirty seconds them away in my room. .: })eoplt', the same by printed
pair; tlf were'to rush down at once. ballots' which shall read: For Bonds, or
State they
from the time the door was opened o Crockery, ''
Mr. '
handcuffed and All went beautifully. The partner, -THEPlliladelpllia- Against Bond .
and\ Ir. Wreggs were each while Mr. Wreggs-a worse scoundrel if}possible!' than 1 hereby proclaim; that an election will be: ,
each held in the grip of looked two men on ,in helplesssurprise theother-turned'tipjust as I wished; while n Hardware, M?r Times held on Monday, the 18th day of December,

Herdley and myself Mr. Scale having got hold of my check, paid I A.. D. 1882. at the voting precincts, of thin
and, in my case at any rate somelittle the Belgian party in bank notes, every one < I allow-1I''are. NOW stands confessedly at the head of I City, between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m.

:;> dread. hold of Scale Chelps of which was f I"'erl. He had given me the I itJ journalism in all that and sunset on said day. for the purpose and '
I When he released his smile slight chance. to examine th'.m I Ilet 'rehanll. He W makes, a thorpughly complete general and ill; the manner set forth in the foregoing reslUt1Ut1. '
turned to me with a smile-a little too clever. He had preparedfalse rH family newspaper. It is more complete in its ) .
seemed was a
and quiet in itself, but which yet ; and its varied contributions and the ; '
that I should dock notes, too; and when he was pretending special correspondence Given under my hand
change him altogether, so You will to let his partner examine the originals on all subjects of popular interest, & >* :Seal: of the City of Fernan-

hardly have known the if man. please, for and so forth, he changed the sets, so o ? and in all the qualities of a newspaper for { SEAL. }} diva Florida,this 30th day o5
apologize toI Matley you in herhouse that he held the true ones. while he gave me H tlle: family circle and for the business man "! --,.-* November A. D. 1882.C. .

our causing" so much" but unpleasantness it unavoidable. the forgeries. When this was all done, I O"4o han; any of its contemporaries, because its A. HALEY, Mayor.
he said ; was had far enough so I just a acilities and resources are equal to every
he Attest:
thought gone 1
at -
We;shall and not I wish quire you'yol1ras8i'tance particularly! to assure present gave my whistle-Well' you saw the"rest.and" hi?ICC a a Low i a thO Low at F want of a first-class national journal. WM. F. WOOD, JR., 236
I Clerk.
kindly little wife that this will do you I did see the rest ejaculated ; THE "WEEKLY TIMES" City o:
no your harm-rather the other! way. 1 shall call thoroughly astonished I was to see it. But :ias nearly doubled its ft.rmer large circula- NOTICE. ,r

again this evening, after attending the court the strangegentleman-the Belgian agentwas ion; during the year. Its contributors from
with friends. he also of the gang?". week to week are among the foremost of the
Then our turning to Mr. II rll1e '. he continued *' 0 no !I"exclaimed Mooley; "he certainly lation, and no department of news or literature I HEREBY APPOINT THE of election FOLLOWing rll'- ;
"Weidiall want with us. sir. Now was not; and there comes inma'am,the best is slighted in any number on any pre- persons as inspectors:
you of
Bill,:" (to one of the cost(>rmon l'r.like men I port of my story." (He always addressed my CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES ext.: It is adapted as well to women as:: to lecinct i No. 1, polling election place at Mayor's be held C1'
wife when he had anything specially inter- intelligence ice. Third street said to
I had thought them but. whom I men ; hence although its political i
as began to see were something different,) esting to say.) If I liadn't got such"a finish ..........T- is full and accurate, and its political Monday, December, 1SH2:
now" call a couple of cabs, and let us! be off." to tell, I don't think I should have troubled editorials free and fearless liberal provisions W. H. LeCain, Thos. Kyddand. John GorJon. -

*' But who-who and what are you?" I you by coming round to-night.; Mr. Herdley Fred WHoyt & Go's. made for literary, dramatic and musical .
No. 2 Old Town, polling i
Also precinct ,
said, although I felt that I could have answered I was aware there was something suspiciousin natters travel and adventure, fiction poesy -
the business although he did not know of place at School House:
the question myself; and what ; fashions, and the chronicle current
have these!' men been doing?'' exactly what it was ; and at first bethought. ocial events. In all these departments the C. J. Westburg, T. A. Acosta and EonuoDenegal.

I am Sergeant: Mooley from Scotland naturally enough, it was you :Mr..latley, pens: of the best writers are engaged while l. ,
Yard replied lodger.: "My I name maybe who was at the bottom of it all. But I We mention our Superior Canned elections from other journals are made with C. A. HALEY, Mayor.
known to you. 1 will tell you all about took care to put all that right, and shall always Fruits and Vegetables, received direct ;are,taste and fullness that are unsurpassed.THE Fernandina. :Fla., November 30, Ibb2.
when I call round this eve- be glad I hit upon the idea of coming THE WAR INCORPORATION.
these: gentlemen "ANNALS OF NOTICE OF
from the Packers and unexcelled by
beinable through ,
ning." here to lodge, if onlyfor embracing chapters of unwritten history -
In another minute the cab arrived and doing so, to clear away any suspicion of any in the market; a fresh lot, including contributed by prominent actors in the warf Citizens ofKillb'l'i'erryhaving deter

the whole of the strange party took their departure that kind. Well Mr. Herdleyand Mr. Crob- Jams, Preserves, etc., just received. ) the rebellion, are a valuable feature of THE to incorporate the said town witl.IKfollowing '
late firm having married
head of
; Mooley again leaving an assuring son, the your he; paper, and have become a recognized corporate limits: Beginning
wife while the stranger of two sifters, are of course very friendly ; Our Creamery Butter and Cream the St. I
message: for my lepository of such matters, whether from he mouth of a creek and Mary'sRiver
the Three Bells paused in the doorway to and, owing to what Mr. Herdley has been Cheese are the. be.,..,t. Northern or Southern sources. Thi department : about fifty yards west of the Eastern

give me a most expressive wink. able to say about you this interest day,in your late Sugar-cured Hams and as well as all others will be kept fullyup I Landing on said river; running South along i
so Try our
need nut sahuw startled Susan was by firm has taken a great you ;the to the high standard of former years. I said creek to wagon road crossing; thence in 1
interview much so, ma'am that old Mr. Breakfast Bacon. ot
my account of the long-expected ; line to the Southeast corner
TERMS a straight
indeed but for the message left by Mr. head to-morrow clerk,cflering having resigned husband they the will post.write:; Orders taken and Goods delivered to any ; THE DAILY TIMES:Delivered in the I field South of dwelling at Woodstock.;'
Chelps, in whom she still had great cOllfi.dt'IICl" your towns thence in a straight line to the colored Baptist -
be disguised 1 Susan and myself each uttered a cry of of the city. city of Philadelphia surrounding
although he turned out to a -' part for Twelve Cents a week. Mail subscrip- Church ; thence due West to line of tht
detective-but for this I am sure she surprise. here. FRED 1V. IIOYT & CO. William Drummond Grant; thence along
It It's quiteTight, ma'am you may relv, tions, postage free, Six Dollars a year, or
would have utterly broken was a said line West to St. Mary's River; thence
delighted at Cents month.
evidently Fifty a
continued Mr. Mooley,
to be sure. All my bright of beginning
great he had made willha'c THEVEEKLY TIMES-Fifty-six col- down said river to place
visions all my hopes of returning prosperity the impression ; "you notice to all registered voterf
the letter to-morrow for certain. And umns of the choicest reading, especially I hereby give
blow and we were now as badlyoff limit ;
at a said corporate
gone within proposed
who fit Mr. Matley. a man who prepared to meet the wants of weekly news- residing
as ,
the hateful bills! so you
than school-house j
worse, the
or eve public
assemble at
five"copies to
One $2 ,
who has readers. ;
business and always copy
furniture knows the paper .
sale of were 28tb
the the
announcing my done his duty by the firm?'' II. E. DOTTERER, $8; ten copies, $15; twenty copies $25. An at King's Ferry, on Thursday officer and:
the house.
allixed select
to all said how extra sent free to any person gettingup : of December, AD.lI82, to
he and this I cannot stop to repeat we copy ,
)l Jr. Chelps came as promised, municipal government. t
organize a
we thanked the kindly detective or how he clubs of ten or twenty.
is.what he told us:!: ridicule wife for crying at DEALER IN THE SUNDAY EDITION-Double sheet, J. E. DAVIS,
the pretended my
You know already that I am police -
I -and\'ou. l1Ia'alllIII need what ought to make her smile, while 1 could eight pages. The best known and most accomplished H. C. BAKER. ] Committee.24t:..
i ,Mr. Matley in his writers contribute to its columns: J. A. KING

not stay to t.explain anything about that.thelast own actually see He a sympathetic stayed with glistening us long enoughto *. ........ ..................................................*. every week. Two dollars a year, postage J. R. :NORFLEET, ;tKing's
in the oi business during eyes. I
Well course Nov. 16, 1882.: ;
smoke several pipl'S.-CmnLl1ers' Journal. free, single copies four cents.
have been on the i ,
year or two, we put SHIP STORES THE TIMES AL\IANAC-A Manual of.. -
track of dangerous and artful gang of ,. : Notice to Tax-Payers. .
swindlers a'l'ry who were up to all sorts of dodges. BEAUTY Rm.uNED.-The beauty and colorof *............................1..............................* Political and other Information, publishedon Fifteen I ready to receive the city taxes forth e: f
would goods, and the hair be safely regained by usinPurker's the first of January, every year. am
Sometimes they buy pay may 1882. Office in my store on Ceiitrestreei.a I
for them with bills that were never met.Sometimes Hair Balsam, which is much ad- cents a copy. A year JAMES E. MEDDAUGH, r
THE WAR royal
they paid fur them in forged mired for its perfume, cleanliness and dan Family Groceries, THE ANNALS OF illus City Tax-Collector.

notes, which then got into general circula druff eradicating properties. octavo tr.lted.Vritten volume of 800 by pages Principal beautifully Participantsin Fernandina Fla., November 18,188:tf. I
stolen goods -
thcbuu.dlt --
tion.and goods from fraudulent debtors ; in fact How TO SAVE.-All hard workers are sub- PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, ETC., ETC., the War North and South. communications Price $3. Notice to TaxPa.yers.I .
and other -
all letters
there's no telling all the games they<< were up ject to bilious attacks which may end in am now ready to receive the State ard::

to, and yet we could never quite get hold of dangerous illness. Parker's Ginger Tonic '\l' to THE TIMES County taxes for the present year, and cac s
them. More than once we have caught the will keep the kidney and liver active, and No. 17 Centre Street, : Times Building, be found at my office, sit N. Brownsnn'e

men who actually appeared in thy work, but by preventing the attack: save much sickness, Chestnut and Eighth Sts., Philadelphia.llrhttner's Book Store, Wednesdays and Saturdays,
they were at the best subordinate; more loss of time and expense. Delay at such when not on acollectingtour in the country.
1 often, indeed, they were dupefc themselves.At tunes means danger.-Detroit Free Press. See Fernandina, Florida. Manual on Gardening.Sent WARREN F. SCOTT', t
last it was pretty)' clear that one Edward other column Collector Revenue Nassau County.

Phillips, alias Scale, alias X. u tti tit,.I lath t N ecby ______ _____ n postpaid for 50 cents. Fernandina. Fla., October 21. 1882. .
which last name he was t.'nemllkno 11 Nervousness, peevishness, and fretting, so and Address the Florida Mirror. .
in flash circles-was deep in the business,and often connected with :overworked females' ;ar- Orders for LIME, CEMENT -

we were ordered to keep him in view. lives, is rapidly relieved by Brown's Iron PLASTER promptly attended to.JZ3 CLARK JOHNSON'S

We gut some information soon after this Bitters. ? Goods delivered to any part of the DR. ,
which proved of use. We were told that his
firm-as you know he calls it-were about WantedA city, FREE.

to try their games on with some Belgian I good milch cow with young calf. Apply INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP

people, and that he was going to open a new to GEO..It. FAIRBANKS. NOYES
recetving-house by the aid of a man who Mirror Office. A ,
knew nothing of the firm or its plans. This (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), .
I Bowel..
man was you, .!r. )Iatle)' ; but as we did Books and Stationery. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Cures all diseases or the Stomach, Liver, -

not wish .to be always catching the dupe Skin 'and Blood. MILLIONS testify to Hem

who was as innocent as the persons who HORACE DREW GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, Kidneys, '
had been created themselves, I hit upon a efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and. I
plan by which I hoped to penetrate a little Stationer CHOICE WINES the Best RcmcdyKnown to Mat"l1If
; it to be _
further into the mystery. 1 made inquiries Bookseller Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near pronounce
about you, sir; and found what difficulties Printer and Binder. Steamboat Landing

were in, and what a good character you' \ GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.
Em so I could pretty nearly tell what line FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. I t"Jt6r

Seate would take with you, and when he ,, School Books and Orange Wraps Owner and Agent for Schooner Silos C. Trade Hark.Laboratory.

would begin. Emm. Special rates ,fox-: Merchandise in AGENTS WANTED.-iG; 'z
I hit it, YOU must own fairly well. I NOW A SPECIALITY. large quantities.

came to ask about your lodgings:: and, to my Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it-
when I was asked into very BARBED WIRE-the
delight nv' CHAMPION *.
Liberal to Teachers .
room there satthe man I wa's most intereste j. Trade.; Special prices and Catalogue free on best in the world 1 CEDARTOWN GA., Jnne 20th, 1881.
in. He did not want to leave 1 this housea AVERY'S CBLEBRATED trial of:
you Agent for B.F. children were sick with Fever, and a short ytmr
application. Johnson -Iy
advised to take Dr. Jlftrk : "
bit. so he eagerly you PLOWS : .'f.
cured them. '
such an easy-going, purblind, thickheadedold : 59 W. BAY STREET, Local Agent for RANK OF JACKSON- Indian Blood. Syrup completely RDDIE CANTREL.

fellow as me for a lodger. Of course I I i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. VILLE. 33 46

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'$: TIlE KLOULDA Miuuo'i u.r city. Fired by the rapidity of the 'growthof THE TIMES" AS A LOGICIAN. MR. BISBEK gets nearly one-fourth of his no profit from such dl'mand.bp'onc1 the

Western cities, and having observed that The Times complains that we have not whole vote in Duval county. His vote is convenience and advantage in iiandlimj.

;.1 SA TURDA JV DECEMItER 9. 1S8l. those Western towns issued bonds largely, answered its: logic in reference to extrava- mainly I in the black counties, viz. : Those that are to be put on sale at the stamp

i" .. which they sold in Eastern cities more enterprising gant court-houses. We answered all the Dnval .............................. .................2,334 three windows, two will and he of the the denomination of

1"7 1.,4 BONDING: THE OITY.--- : city councilmen concluded: that it logic we could find in its article in favor ofa Alachua............ ...............................1.913 lar form, being one minus cent the end latter, or circu )
I;'. Madison............ ...... .... .. ... flap or open. J
1 'was the bonds which built the cities, and costly court-l which .... .... ...... 1,474 This letter-sheet will
In u this patent be :
{ our comments last week on extravagance e, was simply : :Marion.................... sold at a
all that ..........................1,674 price ranging from
';< in expending money raised by taxation city needed to grow was to putout that handsome and costly public buildingsset : Nassau -............................................. 804 according the $2 to $4 per thousand
r'i' had that scheme plenty of b'lUcls-in fact the more bonds the a good example to others, and that the quality paper used. The
er we no suspicion a was Receiving 8,199 these five counties, and contractor retains his right as patentee the
:7", On. foot 'to bond oar own city fur objects more city. Posterity would be glad to pay cost of building them was: repaid to the city only 4,924: in the remaining thirteen counties government. merely acting as his agent and

:! ; }utterly, unnecessary much so, that it them fifty years hence, and all would be by the increased amount of taxes eventuallypaid in the district, settled principally by making returns to him every II JII>t/cla.g for

i!; would, seem that a scheme to put out bonds lovely. Stately city buildings, market-house, by other: peoplewho built expensivebuildings. white inhabitants while General Finley received their the use sale of is the to be scheme.offered 1 as Every now facility offered fur
bridges drives etc. would make Eli- in
parks .
I'jyas' first conceived and reasons looked, for in the thirteen white counties 7,855 the sale of stamps and stamped envelopes.

fte'r wards.j zabeth beautiful city. The Times maintains that it will be better votes, being a majority of nearly 3,000, which The importance of this innovation on the future -
'' The project was received with favor. The economy to build court-house to cost $100- of the Postal Department will depend
+j Fernandina has already. unpaid bonded would have been increased at least fifteen
. bonds were issued the received wholly on the favor and prejudices of the
money was 000 than a We have
cheap been unable
ebt of ten thousand dollars: contracted for hundred if Democratic voters had come to general public. It may bean important fitc-
!. pie very pr\I'r purpose of sanitary improve expended with a liberal hand, the public to bee anything in the Times' far-fetched and the polls. ton in hurrying up cheap J'1I tage. The 1 government

u ments. A city tax of over ten thousand dul- buildings; etc., loomed up in great ma nifi- not parallel illustration which supports its loses nothing in ease of spoiled

.bars per year is laid uj ()ii our citizens which cence. But the city did not grow the frightful assertions. Why would l it he better economy .!T SEEMS to be generally supposed that sheets, having reserved the right of cancella
tion. Mr. Ehrlich! will leave. for St. Louis
fti addition to the State and county tax taxes deterred investments, the interest to build a court-house to cost $100,000, there will be no River and Harbor Bill at to-night to enter upon arrangements for be-

.J, ?s'stakes an annual tax upon*bur property of on the bonds imposed such a heavy burden when a suitable building could be built for the present session of Congress. The Re- ginning operations.

,k. -l
:,,; fe a heavy rate of taxation Not satisfied instead of buying or improving. The city sum, or any sum less than the extravagant the extravagant bill of last session THE SLATER. FUND.A .

With imi o>ing this burden on the tax-payers, defaulted, and judgments were obtained ; sum named? What is economy is what is were so completely routed at the fall elections MILLION DOLLIES-FOR EDUCATING
,, t Mayor: Haley, Mr. Proctor and an obedient the burden became so heavy that the interest suitable to be expended to accomplish the that they have decided it is said, to FREEDMEN

council now propose to i issue bonds to could not be paid ; the value of propertyran required purpose. A court-house should be make no appropriation at all this session. It On March 4. 1882, )J r. John F. Slater (of

,. Qie amount of fifty thousand dollars and down so that the bonded debt amountedto neat, durable and conveniently:: arranged. is unfortunate that many meritorious works Norwich, Conn., gave $1OUOOUO for "the

the burden fifty per cent., or one-half the whole assessed No of should suffer for the greediness of uplifting of the latdycmanc1l'atelp"pula-
''incre:.se to a rninou extent Letj more the people's money raised by Congtess- tion of the Southern States and their -
valuation of the city. The present taxation should men to have appropriations made in their posterity
j the pretext upon which this is be expended than is: requisite by conferring on them the dieting of
', j\ proposed to be dune: status is an attempt to refund the debt at and necessary for I he purpose. The districts upon works which had no nationalor Christian education." The founder leaves
.fifty cents on the dollar, which will be 25per commercial the mode of investment and disbursement
j 1. The.Mavor's proclamation gives as the first portion of the Times'article we omitted was importance of any kind.
of the total value entirely to trustees designated by himself
[item of proposed expenditure the building cent. of the property.Is not very pertinent, and not altogether in specifyimmgunly that no part ot the principal,

i Jf wharves upon "the city's water front." there not a moral and a warning in the good taste. The Mirror is: impersonal, and ELIZABETH CITY'S NEW BONDS.TWO or income should be expended in lands or

Is there any necessity of more wharves? result of the ambitious attempt of Elizabeth follows the rule of always considering buildings, except us a safe and productive
to become a city ? Elizabeth was a respectable the FISCAL AGENTS WHO ARE TO DIVIDE A PERCENTAGE investment. He also guards the trustees i
Are there not ample facilities for unloading public press as impersonal. and avoids
t small before. It is I II against any pretended claim on the par of
city a small city, OF $120,000.:
i ad hominem
1411 I merchandise. ? Does the city propose togo arguments.We any person party, sect, institution or local-
into the wharfage business, and build with a big debt. Fernandina is a small city, claim that it is good economy to builda ,I Stewart L. Woodward and Louis Fitzgerald ity to benefactions from the fund on any ,

fnd keep and repair wharves? Upon whose with probability of future growth but no good suitable court-house; but that it is city of of this Elizabeth: city are, who the fiscal are to agents transfer of the the ground; whatever that may be put forward ''

lands are the wharves to<<>> be built? We havepnderst' surer way could be devised to retard its bad economy to build a costly one merely present debt into new four per cent. bonds, solely wishing by every the expenditure convictions to of be the' determined trustees. 'I

( 1 that the whole river front was growth than by loading the city with a debt for purposes of show and ornament.WASHINGTON. for 50 per cent of the amount of the old Being warned by the history of such endowments I
created for bonds and interest to July 1, 1882. A citizenof i
private property. Is it proposed to bond the unnecessary purposes. -- Elizabeth said yesterday also, that they sometimes tend
that he understood to discourage rather than promote; effort and
Qty to improve private property? Is: there that the fiscal agents were to receivefor self-reliance i
on the of beneficiaries
To the Editor of The Mirror: part or
!Jtuch a need for new wharves that the city AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION. their services two per cent. of the amount to inure to the advancement of learning instead I
WASHINGTON, December 2, 1882. of the old debt which would
amount to over
it of the dissemination of it
"m+ be bonded for the ? or to become -
purpose .
< Ex-Governor Reed writes to the Union in Great expectations in the Garfield Fair, 120000. He thinks this a burden which a convenit-lire to the rich instead of a
The next object mentioned by the Mayor reference to the proposed amendments of are doomed to disappointment. The fair: the tax-ridden citizens ought not to bear. hell to those who need help," :Mr. Slater
Oi improving the road to the beach. He thought the transfer could readily be his
the Constitution and furnishes some interesting charges trustees to use their best wisdom
itself is a second-rate affair. A few
Has the city any authority for expending good managed by the Mayor and Comptroller in preventing any such defeat of the spirit
details in reference to the circum- pictures in the rotunda of the Capitol and without any great expense to the city. of this trust, so that his gift continue
roads outside the may
Moneys on city limits, stances under which the Constitution of 18G8 The debt of Elizabeth, including interest accrued -
some stupid statuary ; a bust by Vinnie to future generations to be a blessing to the
bowever desirable such improvement maybe was framed and adopted. He says in conclusion Ream which makes Garfield's somewhat and unpaid, amounted on July 1, 1882, poor. If, after the lapse of 33 years and
? And if so, is it necessary to issue fifty to nearly $6,700.000, whereas the assessed three-fourths of the trustees concurring,
: sinisiter face look than his valuation of the
worse even pho- real estate was only $12-
thousand dollars worth of bonds to do five there shall be no further serious needs fur
The appointing power of the executive, so tographs; a number of garish booths in 182,035. The annual interest has not been this fund in the form it is instituted by reason k:
,, hundred dollars worth of work? much complained of, paradoxical as it may the old hall of Representatives in whichare paid in four years, and with the exceptionofa of "a change in social conditions," or !
Another object mentioned by the Mayor seem, is an element of weakness and not of few periods unnatural activity, the value of adequate and equitable public ,provision -
.. ,iB building a road to Old Town. strength to the party wielding it, and any sold candies, perfumery, pen handles, of property has steadily decreased. One for education,'' the trustees shall apply 1
.' Governor who administers it will find that envelopes, bouquets, photographs, etc., in sixth of the real estate, comprising onethirdin the fund to the establishment of founda-
'',. Has the business of Old Town, or its pop- he makes ten enemies for every friend secured each booth a number of matrons and maidens territory of the city, has been confiscatedfor tions subsidiary to already existing: institutions
: ulatibn, increased so rapidly as to require through appointment. So far from securing -who God them taxes by the city and placed out of the for higher education. In conclusion,
pity seem to have
uny great amount of money to improve it? a perpetuation of personal or political reach of taxation, thus increasing: the bur- Mr. Slater says he encouraged to the execution :
nothing to do at home-playing saleswomen dens on the remaining five-sixths. One anda
Would not three or four hundred dollars control it will inevitably defeat the second of this long-cherished purpose by
term aspirations of any executive and ; this is a coup d'ceil of the fair as it half million dollars in interest is due, and the eminent wisdom and success that has
.' worth of saw-dust make a very good:: road, will militate to disintegrate the political or- appeared to your correspondent when he rather than pay this, together with the prin- marked the conduct of the Peabody ednca-
indeed, of the present:! road? Must we bond ganization which he represents. Governors and cipal, many holders say they would preferto .tional fund in a field of operation not remote -
went there bought Garfield of
fJle city for fifty thousand dollars to improve Drew and Stearns can attest this and Gov- a poem surrender their property. The taxes are from that contemplated by this trust.
the road to Old Town ? ernor Bloxham will soon be in condition to the professional beauty Miss Gipsie Gilbert, said to be greater than the rents in many The trustees of the fund, now duly incor-
add his testimony.It whose portrait was displayed in a recent cases.! It came to* such a point that there porated, are Hon. Rutherford B. Hayes, of
Another object mentioned in the Mayor's had to be either a compromise or a repudiation -
Ohio >Justice Waite vice-
is anti-Democratic and anti-Republican, number of the Graphic as a type of American president ; ,
.. proclamation is the erection of a market. and can only justified upon theextraordinary of the debt.A president ; Daniel C. Gilman, of John Hop-
beauty. law was passed by the New Jersey Legis-
A market certainly would be a conven- and abnormal condition under whichit kins University. Baltimore, secretary ; Morris -
-. was inaugurated here. It should have I was walking around,the booths musingon lature authorizing the collection of a specialtax K. Jessup, of New1 York, treasurer; John
-*fcnce, but is it necessary to issue fifty thou- which can only be applied to the -
payment A. Stewart New York Wm. E. New
been modified (as was proposed by Major the vanity of vanity and trying to find ; Dodge,
ind dollars in bonds of the interest on the new bonds. It is
: to build one? Even if Fairbanks in the article York ; Alfred H. Colquitt Georgia ; Rev.
which copy an item, when I heard a mellifluous
you not divertible to the of the old
we had a market, would it bring in any income from the Mirror) at the end of eight yearsafter payment James P. Boyce, Kentucky ; Rev. Philips
voice say: "Cannot I sell you a Garfield bonds or interest on any other indebtedness. Brooks Massachusetts Win. A. Sister Con-
: ? or, in fact, would it be occupied to its adoption, at which time the political ; ,
The new bonds are dated July 1 1882 and
? Oh do necticut.
elements had become assimilated the poem buy one-only thirtyfivecents. The agent: of the corporation is
any extent? We have no back to freedmen will be due in forty They are
country years. pay-
Rev. A. G. Haygood president of Emory
in ,
had ceased to congregate, and had be- Looking the direction of the
Supply vegetables, poultry, etc. If we recolacct diffused able after five years. They are to be issuedin College, Georgia.Mr. .
: come over the State and the white voice I somewhat
saw a dazzling woman. denominations $1,000 and $500, and for
Slater attended the two of
aright, the market-houses of Tallahas- population had ceased to regard them meetings
as enemies -
Fine dark eyes, red cheeky cheeks and teeth lesser sums the Mercantile Trust Companv the trustees held in New York May 18! and
St. Augustine and Jacksonville ten 'and accepted their presence as necessary will issue its These bonds
jtee negotiable
white receipts. October 5, 1882, and reported that :the fund
J to the general prosperity of the State. as as a dog's. I bought the doggerelon ,
fears ago, were held in buildings costing are exchangeable for old bonds at fifty centson had been paid over $520,750 of it in railroad
Jess than five hundred dollars. Alderman Such, too, was the determination of the the merits of the saleswoman, but I the dollar, but itis entirely optional with bonds already invested, and the rest in
majority of the Republican Legislature in' would not read it even for her. I went a the creditors to take them or not. Mayor S. money. The plans of the board will not be
d Proctor, being a new-comer, may feel the 1873 and a report was unanimously agreed little further, when Mrs. Sara J. Spencer B. Ryder and the other city officers say that formed until the spring of 1883, as no income -
Joss of a market, but most of our citizens upon to that end, but LieutenantGovernorStearns asked the city cannot afford to pay the' amount of will be availahle for distribution until ?
to buy Garfield medal. I told
t\n well afford to wait until the existing in anticipation of becoming acting a the old tax, but will faithfully meet the new then. Mr. Slater has indicated, as lines
Governor, defeated it.. under the false assump- her I did not like the man, whereupon she obligations. The exchange of the bonds for operation, adapted to the present condi-
debt is paid. tion that under it he could perpetuate his turned her back to me with an expressionof will begin on Dec. 1, and the first six tion of things the training: of teachers from

And yet these four objects-the wharves, own power and the rule of the Republicanparty. disgust in that strong Grecian bend fea- months' interest will be paid January 1.- among the I people requiring to be taught, if,

the beach road, the road to Old Town, and l.ew York Sun.PLAN in the opinion of the corporation by such

.{he market-are the only objects specified The Constitution, crude and ill-digested as ture.Four limited selection the purposes of the trust .
it is, has served the ends of conservative government years ago Garfield made a sopho- FOR CHEAP POSTAGE.THE can be best accomplished and the encouragement -
fey the Mayor for putting out fifty thousand preserved the State against extraneous morical speech at the commencement of the of such institutions as are most ef- i

Collars of bonds. control and the bug-bear of negro govern Spencer business college, and, after he was ADOPTION OF AN INVENTION fectually useful in promoting this training :
We do not believe that either the wharvesqr ment. It should now be modified by judicious nominated for the COMBINING of teachers." The general agent and executive I
Presidency the Spencers*) A LETTER-SHEET AND ENVELOPE.
the beach road off amendments rough the Legislature committee are considering suggestions :
arc legitimate objects
and the people, and not hazzard the expenseof published his speech in their catalogue, and WASHINGTON, November 23, 1882. 1. To give proper assistance;: to promising I
Expenditure; and if they were, we do not a constitutional. convention to gratify the paraded him for an advertising boom as the The Postmaster-General to-day took a step colored youth. '

Relieve that this is the time to incur such personal animosities or partisan purposes of patron saint of the college. which it is believed in some quarters, will I 2. To give scholarships. :
Expenditures. individual aspirants for place and power materially affect the future operations and 3. That each scholar aided shall make I
nor disturb the settled financial business and Yes, the fair is a failure. The Garfield le- semi-annual report of himself after leav ing
1 reforms of the This in I
and who department. was
Every man woman pays a city political I interests of the State. The purposes gend does not wear; it excites no enthusiasm. the conclusion of a contract with Mr. Leo the institution at which he received aid. I

tax is interested in this question. It is tobe of those who have thus far defeated amendments :Men have at last asked themselves : Ehrlich, of St. Louis for the use of his recent 4. That scholars shall be also trained to
that through the Legislature have been some manual occupation at the same time I
presumed Mayor Haley expects to What great thing did he do? What worthy ingenious invention of combination
two-fold. First, to rid of the with their mental and moral training. .
Carry his bonds by the votes of get present lettersheetand envelope. The contract was \
conservative Supreme Court, and second, to enduring work did he perform ? What no- signed to-day. By the middle of Januarythe 5. That beneficiaries shall be encouragedto I
(Jrs; but every industrious man expects to secure more discrimination agains the col- ble cause did he lead to fruition, that he Ehrlich invention will be on sale at the return in whole or part any amounts '

Own property, and every man who rents a ored population, either of which would mil- should: deserve an imperishable monument? principal post-offices in the country in the they may have received from the fund.

douse is interested, because the owner mustret itate largely against the reputation and pros- The second choice of the warring factions of shape of a letter-sheet and envelope and 6. For exceptional encouragement in specific -

his increased tax, if he can, out of theient. perity of the State. stamp, all for three cents, and a circular letter cases.
the party which had subsisted for four yearson and envelope and stamp for one cent 5. For the encouragement of schools

THE CONSTITUTION. the spoils of a stolen presidency, and added to cost of the paper. The unstamped where no adequate provision has been made ,
Our city within the past year has shown which Garfield had helped to steal, he was article will find its way into the public for instructing colored youth.-Baltimore
of The Union says : market the world. Thisis Sun.
oatked and
signs improvement, many elected disbursed through stationery
only by spoils by
.sew buildings have been erected. We venture We publish elsewhere a letter from ex- money a return to the simplicity of correspondence Post-Office Notice.
Governor Reed on the Constitutional amend- the ex-carpet-bag-Star-Route-Senator Dor- as it was before envelopes were invented -
to that if the real estate is to be Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 r. M
say ment question. It is a most vital one to the sey, for whom the penitentiary yawns. without returning to the disadvantagesof
loaded with these bonds, improvements will whole people, and in order to a thorough interchange Half-demagogue, pedagogue Garfieldwas sealing wax, tapers and wafers. Sunday hours, 11:00 A. M. to 12:00 M.
stop and persons with means to build will of views, we shall be very liberalin The single letter sheet is manufacturedwith Money Orders and Registered Letters from
the space we allow to its discussion. It great only in the eyes and ears of that gummed flaps, which,when thesheetis 9:00: A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 P. M.
tot invest their capital 'to be taxed at t.hewill
ought to elicit the best thought of our leading mediocrity in which history will classify folded lap over two open edges and secure to4:00P.M. -
of 'city council who have no more men of every party. While we do not de- him. the missive. The government stamp is to ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS:

4egard for ,the rights of property than the sire to go back and discuss with Governor President Arthur not a great man, but be embossed on one of these flaps which Northern Mail Arrives at 8:00 M.
I Reed the history of the present Constitu- like the of and daily A.
tend ordinance evinces. comes over flap an envelope, "
he is of larger mould and finer grain than Closes 7:30A.M.
tion, it is well to bear in mind that history the whole thing is licked, stamped and
,I Let us first pay off our present city debt, and to judge the organic law by what has Garfield. As an orator he knows better sealed with the same motion. This bringsthe Cedar Key and Transit Railroad

keep: taxes down to the lowest possible rate, been actually accomplished under it The what to say and when to stop than Garfield stamp where the old wafer and seal used Arrives................. ..................... 5:20: P. M.

end encourage population and improve. Mirror, in the article we copied Sunday has knew. As a statesman he has displayed I to be, instead pf being on the upper right Closes........................................ 7:30.31..
,, of the,, best .solutions of the
promised one I corner as at present. The postmaster will West Florida.Arri
m nt. difficulties in the, way of a 'proper revision greater moral courage as well as more tact not be compelled to apply the cancellation -

Alderman Proctor's scheme for putting we. have s en. We'propose at a future timeto and finesse, than Garfield displayed.It stamp, as the letter cannot be opened nor yes....................................... 6:45 p. M.
emandina in debt fifty thousand dollars is give our views as to the modifications of is, indeed, high time that the American the embossed stamp removed without destroying Closes ...................:..................... 7:00 A. M.
the Mirrors plan, which we think would the While the whole Jacksonville and St. Johns River-
f very nnwise one, and we trust the good public were getting over the idiocy that the stamp. ar-
sense of our citizens without improve it, but will only say :'here that we rangement looks like a neat trick, the principal Arrives.................................... 6:45 p. M.
regard to partyOr hope the subject will be thoroughly dis- measure of a man's greatness is the amountof advantage is its cheapness both to the Closes..................................... 7:00 A. M.
color, will induce an emphatic voting cussed upon its merits and in a spirit entirely gush and drivel he utters in the Legislature government and the business public. To St. and Trader's Hill JaiZ-
; down of BO suicidial, reckless and extravagant free from partisan bias. in Congress, on the stump, and to Sun- the man who writes his communications on
one side, as most business men do, it will be Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M.
a measure.ZLIZADETIPS We hope to see practical and thoughtful dayschools.A a saving of fifty per cent. in time and ex Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.

a suggestions' from the press and thoughtful large number of Members and Senators pense. To the governrnentitwill equally St. Mary's, Ga., only-

j WARNING HISTORY men throughout the State., The Union, from are in .the city ready for the final session, advantageous. It will cost but a trifle more Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.

i WITH A MORAL i its leading position in this portion ,of the which will convene on Monday. The demoralization than an ordinary envelope, and in general *' Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M.
i use'will save, it is alleged, half the present Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00: A.M.
i p Those ambitious gentlemen who propose<< State and the Floridian, will undoubtedly of the Republicans is as com- weight of the letter mails. Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,

I building up the city by issuing bonds, will exercise a large influence_ in forming public plete as their enemies could wish. It is The contract with the inventor providesthat Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 P. M.

; do.well to heed the warning afforded by the opinion. We shall be glad to see the'modifications doubtful if they will keep ranks, and it is the stamped article shall be manufactured S\ML. T. RIDDELL. P. M.

it; t City! of Elizabeth; in New Jersey. of the plan proposed by .us, and believed that some of them will desert their stamped under the envelope supervision agents of at the Hartford government Whltner's Manual- on Gardening.Sent -- .

Some years since there was a boom in Elinbctb will be more than willing to support any party after the example of the Governor- or New York, that the government is to takeno postpaid for 50 cents.

a quiet little, well-to-do New Jersey plan which may'seem better than our own. elect of Massachusetts. risk of the public demand, and receive Address the Florida Mirror.CH .
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FRED W.HOYT & CO. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, ," ; .
;3?-MR. RUB, the Manager, will sleep ington. For special references,circular/scr- FERNANDINA FLORIDA.

SECOND STREET, NEAR CENTRE, over the store,and will respond to all calls vice,terms,etc.,address C. A. SNOW & CO., C. H. MALLORY & CO., MI

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'j. :.K ;..',ii'w.;.'&. .>.<.:. .. \io. ,. 'I'I.>.....i1 f; f, .it.' I t '.'* ."':,, -. t \ -I ..r..a li.L DIKECTORY. BAKER COUNTY.V01mty I Assessor of lax es-Thomas Barco' Otto-
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; Plant.
h e-- '-' R. D. Davis Sanderson.
:. ; Judge- ,
: ;.':i.; United States Officers. Clerk F. J. Pons, Sanderson. \Collector of Revenue Frederick N
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<< ..' ." C. Herndon Sanderson.!
I t J. ; / I.ASD OFFICK, GAINESVILLE.i S/Ieriff-U. :::
: 1BBI1. j )' 1882. Taxes P. Canova San- Superintendent of Schools-H. '
.:, < ': ; ,: Assessor of -George C. \
J\! '" '1' .#' ;infff-L. _\.. U.:ru,., Gainesville. Fort McCoy.'n'
.... derson.
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'\\I .... ;.,', 1' ''r-J -,1 F. i;"iliJl::', Gainesville. MONROE
Collector of Revenue Fleming Smith, COUNTY
"t.\. : '. ., I ,r-esits.ir-JGyluchi( Martin Talla-
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'>>J Saiuh.rson.Sllperil1tmdeut.
< County Judge-<:has. S.
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< Key
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f; ..' J '. ; of Be/tOols-A. J. W. Cobb, Clerk-Peter '
.'R r ( .' THE'. .."'" I.'. '. ., JUSfBIOT COURT. T. Klli IJt. Key West.
-J,' .. \ : n ," ,,.. .. i'IIi"( ,.... Olustee. Sheriff George A. Demerritt Key West
t. 4 ; :"; ,) '..i' 'f"J."'; ':- fI"-I,L.. settle: l Jacksunville.y :; Assessor
:: tr : : BRADFORD COUNTY. of TVurea Walter
. ';' : :> '; ',:i" : ::, : ';:: i ,1' 1 ,, < .." > ;, -,',},nl- J. ;it. Durkee, J ackstJll ville. Key West. C. Maloney% /r.*
. ,.,' .," County Judge-J. H.. Richard, Providence. -
fi \Valter Jacksmiville.i.NTKKXXL .
i.'titi' ,
: ;: 'r:1.: '. I'liUij. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Walter C. )Malone
u-T : REVENUE. Sheriff \V. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key West.

L''iiiefl< f- JJcjiiu.- i aii, Jacksonville. Assessor of Ta.ces-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools-J.. V. Harris,Key

OUJ.hCTOKo OF CUSTOMS.; Butler. West. .
: i FLORIDA MIRROR Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.
: J l .;.inV.. !l1 iii\veii, Fernandina.
a I Edward] Hopkins, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge-Hintnn J. Baker, Fernan
oj Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.
. John 1<'. House St. Augustine.
1r Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards
"c ., Joseph IIir>t. Cedar Key.
BREVARD COUNTY. -Peter Cone, Fernandina.
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:'\OJ.: ,... County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Tares-.Wm. H. Garland' Fer
. State Officers. Point. nandina.

,."J..' \ EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. Fer-

"",I t' ... .. STBAM J t.'enWI'-Wm. D. IJloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. :Moses, Geor- nandina.

...e ,,'- < '' -J'., t Lieutenaiil-Gocertior W. Bethel gianna. Superintendent of Schools-W. A. Mahonev.
..1 "i:: ( :; '. :" '. Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Callahan.
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.. Key West.Secretary .
-V I T" ..- '. ....n. ,.> )i, lando ORANGE UUNTY.
",! of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee Orange county.Superintendent
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of Schools-A. Grady La County Judge-R.
t ',; I Summerlin, Orlando
," '. : < 'omptrlller-'V. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey. Orlando. '

". 7rtll.mrer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.

AttoTJ/ey-General-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens' Fort
Reid Fla.Collector.
hassee. Park. ,
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk O., A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Richard H. Marks.
: ( Tallahassee. Springs.Sheriff. Sanford.

' : Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. I James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks,
. ,' tr'r l Foster, Tallahassee. i Springs. Fort Reid.

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

, ". i BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
l (?Commissioner A. Rubinson, Tallahassee. -. Maxville. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka.
Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger Sheriff Thomas Shally.

Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. tCOLUMBIA Assessor-S. E. Timmons.

o Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
. y r y n, Building, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Public Schools- J. W.
County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Strickland.
SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. ,

O III i iLI Chief Justice E. :\Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.

I I'I'i' a Associate Ju. tiCe-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
i Collector of Taxes-J. L, Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.
8' 0 see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of Schools JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun>erry.

Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin

; Clerk C: H Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.
s r I William A. McLean Jack- County TrecU"urer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
CIRCUIT JUDGES. I County Judge- ,
County .
SUTL'eyO'rN. Cox
I Perry.
First (7iicuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- sonville. Collector of Revenue-J B. Hardee.
Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville.
z sacola. ; Assessor of TlUes-8.
H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
Uriah Bowden Jacksonville.
Second Circuit-David 8. Walker, Tallahas- Sheriff ,
see. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY.

.. Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. ville. County Judge-:\[. R. Cooper, St. Angus.
Fourth CirAiit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Revenue. Moses J. Brown, tine.
ville. Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

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

;c ville. I sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St.

.:. '- .. Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cock, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Collector of Rerenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
:.. St.
{ Augustine.
,, Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper.
"" t Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
Court Calendar.FIRST Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. St.
Assessor of T'lXe&-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. Augustine.

:aC>C) .A.JSfI:: :> Fall Term- CIRCUIT. Columbia Collector County.Superintendent of Refenue'V.. H. H. :McLeod, County Judge SUMTER-Henry COUNTY.S.Cassidy,Leesburg

,. Santa Rosa, Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
Walton, 4th Monday in October. erts, Ancrum. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
? a Holmes, Wednesday after 4th :Monday Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall. Webster.
in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Ret'e1lue-J. R. G. Hamilton
Washington, Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville. '

in October. ville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville. Sumterville.
October. Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville.
JOB PRINTING HOUSE Escambia: Monday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks-
County Judge )I.1.. Blackburn Live
Thhr act amended( section of act of Feb- ville. Oak. ;
. : ruary1'10V 1879, and does not change the Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend,
.' Term. Brooksville. A. Reid, Live Oak.
Spring Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher
Spring Term- TIIIRD CIRCUIT. Fort Dade. born.Assessor of Taxes W. H. Sessions, Wel-

Taylor 1st Tuesdaj after 1st Monday in
I :" of Ret'enue-Hobert F. Allison,
4 April.Madison County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak.
2d : in
'. Monday April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
.t : '., <. Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, Hamilton, Monday in April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak.
Suwanee 1st after 4th
Monday Monday Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. i VOLUSIA COUNTY.
C'I April. Collector of Relenue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa.
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
in April. Superintendent of Schools'V.P. Henderson prise.

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

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

P Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.Collector.
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. of Revenue John B. Jordan, De-

.A Madison, Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land.

., Hamilton, 4th Monday: in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

't 't Suwannee, Monday after 4th Monday County Trcaturer-'V.. Girardeau., Mon Enterprise.

I : ', "' .,. ... in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
., ; '. Columbia,., Monday after 4th )Monday Collector of Rez.'emlc-Joseph Palmer Mon County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
October. ticello. Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.
Assessor Taxes-J. P. Grantham Wan- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday of ,
,"e4; .. ., .. in October. keenah. ., Superintendent of Schools W. T. Duval,

', \' LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville.
: r. ; ", "", '".: ;:: ',i ,. Spring Term- County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw-

A .}..;r St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. fordville.
Collector of Revenue-W. H. Wal ker Craw-
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ,

Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey, New fordville.
Assessor of 7IXes-C. R. Craw-
Troy. Reynolds,
**' Baker, 2d Tuesday in April.
'' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville.

Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy.
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,

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

a \' Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. .. .." -

,.Having added NEW TYPE AND NEW PRESSES to our office and having CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, Xl-

:\ SKILLED WORKMEN: who know how to use the same, we are now Spring Term- Tallahassee.
and kind of Sumter, Monday in .March. Trea.lf1lrer-J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee.
: prepared to do any every printing,
Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Relenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla

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

; Levy, 4th";Tuesday after 4th Monday in see. ,


:. Alachua, -\Iondayafter-tth Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; Jfi
FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD, March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.

", ., Fall Term- Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. ,
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
i J'i Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Ret'enue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
'V* Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Key.

P Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools J. B. Menden-'

Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall Bronson.
As Neatly and as Cheap as any Office In. Florida. November. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
t County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon :Madi- ROOFING
Spring Term- ,
r son.
'" \ .,.: >' ; Orange, 4th Monday in January. S. M. Hankins Madison. PUMPS DRIVEN WELLS, Ere.
., ,, Sheriff ,
> '.', \I'L'jA r"_ I" "'''' -' A i c t''I. '" Volusia, 3d Monday in February.
A :l"'i; .' :tt ,<: ; ; :' d. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
Brevard. Monday in March. Superintendent of Se/Lools-E. S. Tyner, : call and with those"
compare my prices
Dade, 3d Monday in April.
1'7'' : Madison.
< other houses, here or elsewhere. _
.. .. Fall Term-' County Treasurer: S. S. Smith, Madison.
,, .. ." ,,,.'. <' :' ;"... .. Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Revenue-M. H. Warring, :Mad- AVERY
.., .. ,. ". G. F.
.' '/-' ":...... > ;:jif.:.:'',;.r-jr/4, : : ') . ;. Volusia,,2d Monday in September. ,
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,>"" ,'1 ,; c., :y.r" "U'-<\oo'f. ; .11.' .JI, t- > in ison.Assessor
'\t. ,' Brevard.4th Monday September.Dade .
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," i. f": ..;, : .: />. :::;' \:if.. ':\ ;t; (. ':. : ':<. ';;:: 1i' ,:t,. 'f.-'f.: ,I;( ';" ; MANATEECOUNTY.
: ..,ij. .: ,, 'f.r.'ql\'n\ '.. "f. ;. : (, .r/.J, < '.-< ;.r- };, 7' ,.'; County Officers. County Judgc-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.

ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith. Manatee.
i\\ Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
; : County Judge-Junius. C.. Gardner, Gaines- and Trains.
To and from Steamers
.. ...... <, ,. .) pl. .. ,. Assessor Taxes !S. J.
i I ';1' if t r 1" ; r.. t ) .4' t (;i oi S-'f. ville. of Tyler, Bradentown
) : : ,' Clerk-J..A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.

."rli. Sheriff:::,John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash. FOR SALE :
14 I.: '*<. 1.(; .k. r .::1 "1. 'tI .... .or! tl!: Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, HORSES
'4;. 1 V -i-.Don't: seridVour;orders for PRINTING, BINDING and RULING to offices out- Hawthorne. Pine Level. BUGGIES, HARNESS WAGON 8.
;,: |i jf;:;]. :side the State. Orders for'either will receive prompt attention from us. Address Collectorof. Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines MARION COUNTY.
:: ville.} Samuel;; F. Marshall Ocala. .TERMS CASH.'i
:t;(: County Judge ,
t' ..' '. FLOrDA Superintendent of ScJtools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. i Office and Stable-First Street, near
'.: oct!) FERXANDINA, FL.'. I Gainesville. Sheriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49ti

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A FEW SIMPLE REMEDIES. with a tablespoonful of butter. the same of I remains,. ""'IlL."1;."'_ "" ,,<' ;-. Professional and Business Card I DIME CARD ?

flour and one-half pint. of milk ; rub butter deeming that .;rr't',:" i ...... JL or THE

For croup administer a teaspoonful of and flour perfectly together, with a pinch of sleep I strvtr1,-'%. C ;.' :'t'" !'" .:' DR. H. ST. JAMES,

strong alum water; repeat the dose every black pepper. Boil: milk which INur'aver long I slept: I1 .: ;. -i" I"-. >!"'1 \ FLORIDA TRANSIT RAILROAD .

fifteen minutes until free vomiting occurs flour and butter, and stir all the time to keep by a furious j '. ..t.., ,;_,,-t-: DENTIST
put the feet and limbs in hot water and smooth. Put onions in sauce and let them sharp in>tru.M 1 f.. 4 '!'i: .' s 7 PENINSULAR RAILROAD 1 4 f'
served Blifkins .- If'' J.uf $ Office on Second Street, (over Win. Lake's ,
then wrap up in flannel ; place on the chesta heat until the sS11le boi1oe. Ought tube w. :
poultice of cornmeal sprinkled with mus rather dry.-Baltimore Day. I some |IMrt: ,. ... !.'f ; '' r'-4 ; Jewelry Store), ( Waldo Branch) ;

tard. Beware of cold draughts. As the at USES EGGS. F, burns and scalds in a state of -->jni-..'. ',''U'.t". ff'k'.: -. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. AND
administer dlte of FOB 'r head fur the ').i"M\ ,.. ''J- I..,: .4 t'
tat'k'departs a : magnesia i is MHithing than the white of .. ''. .'' -
rhubarb or castor oil. When children are nothing more the noel f+ira II,r "tll'th; t.. :. ii' n ...iagahist -: Anaesthetics administered when required. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R.R. '
always the alum water an egg which may be injured over ; sll4 :r a sv:' .t (> .I''C"1tirms Fifteen years' experience. Fees moderate.
liable to croup, : keep A
varnish for burns .
wound. It is softer .
the wa"h istand. as a pilitfr,, to I't. "i: u" i' "< {
ready on
olution ,
than collodion and being always at hand '
foreheu.l. Si. t.---! i l' w : LOUIS A. C. LANGE,
Toothache may be speedily ended by the tan always be applied immediately.I It is bear :Midi: trfli'tn' iliiu.nr t1'! .' -:- In Effect September 24th, 1S8S. .t

indication l of a Mnall bit of cotton, saturate also more cooling than the sweet oil and bah '. I in\--; ",i l tj"l'l1 it dmt !t'. -: UPHOLSTERER.
| with ammonia to the defective tooth.It cotton which were filrmcrJyUPJH.H'd to be my duty .isap.tr"'+.' tp that y .1' .\ $ IAKER,

may be useful to know that hoarseness the surest application to allay the smarting qtiired the MirrTi,' -fmyf-' -i- 11,1' Foot of Centre Street, GOING SOUTH. t
m3he relieved by using the white of an pain. It i is the contact with the air which <4hl'lI. Tfih H line "'\ S ... .!,j
thoroughly I beaten, mixed with lemon gives that extreme discomfort experienced piJl'n in tir:1,' t-T *--'Ith w. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Fernandina........................ 8.00 a.m. '
e.rg nice A taken from ordinan' accidents of this kind )and' pas-etl >e Leave Hurt's Road....................? 8.42 a.m. :' i
and sugar. teaspoonful occasionally hlh\'woC'\' i'i iis j.
is;the dose.There anything which excludes air and prevents Furniture repaired in the best manner. Leave Callahan.......................... 9.43 a.m. ',.
.iti ,
inflammation i is the thing to be at once ap- i l. an ana'e-&t. !! C'* 'I Hair Mattresses made to order at short Leave Dutton........:.............. ....10.10 a.m.
} is scarcely an ache to which childrenare Such was\ T'I: -!' 'v ,' IV.' "f i" -. ;ms ," notice.
)lied. The egg is also considered one of the Leave Brandy Branch ......... ......10.25 a.m.
*t I. 'r'h! ----
subject so hard to bear and so difficult to it. It i N 1 It ir mi f- .T : \ f Leave Baldwin............ .
best remedies for dysintery. Beaten up .. .. ..........10.55 a.m.
:. '. WM. B. C. DURYEE
cure as earache. A remedy which never slightly, with or without sugar, it tends by almost ev'T' ni < .- Leave Maxville.... ....................11.22 a.m. I

fails is a pinch of black pepper gathered up its emollient qualities to lessen the inflammation 1. '. Leave Highland..........................11.45 a.m.
in a bit of cotton batting: wet in sweet oil, of the stomach and intestines:: and THE D'rI"'uJJ, p f-: :':"; 11 t'.a'd -,.1.'\ G ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, Leave Lawtey .....................?......12.()} p.m. '

and inserted in the ear. It will give m immediate by forming a transient coating; on th'ise or- fragrant: \ :''r" '" v., ... H". Leave Temples.................. ........12.20Arrive p.m.
i i" : 'i i' t' CENTRE ST. R. R. DEPOT
titlNtiiru" .
relief. gahs to enable nature to resume her healthful spices : : .. NEAR Starke............................12.24 p.m.
Remedyfar chilblain*-Take a piece of sway. tun Cl l";gtu' .- '. FERNANDINA FLA. Leave Starke .............................12.40 p.m. ;,

]lime, the sire of your double fist ; put it in MONEY FOB .v' n.\INYDtY -r' ..aC: :.ir. ;| Leave Thurston .........................12.50 p.m.

warm water and soak the feet in it as warmas WEARY WOMEN. mIlau.ht..r w I jo-ick V no k.l l ,....* a I 1 ,' ,"r flay Corn Oats Arri Waldo.............................. 1.20 p.m. c
it can be borne fur half an hour. disorderUV hid ii=" 1 'I"> "'ir.iviu ,* -1,1doctors. : Leave Waldo.............................. 1.25 p.m.

Fnrascald or burn apply immediatelypulverized Nothing is more reprehensible and tior-! (. wh..n111 r I l charcoal and oil Lamp oil i) will nu.dllwrung; than the idea that a woman 1'mrker'sUiu'r'I',0i'? '. Fir ', .ttl" H';ll'dt'l 1 j I Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.33 '

do. but linseed i is better. The effect i is fulfils'her duty by d dug all amount of work a cure an-l I aa -1 dlar'w) ,I n:, Iri: kt-j.r :ur H'KSED LUMBER: ANDTIMBER Leave Batton............................. 2.47'p.nl... ;
miraculous that is far beyond her strength. She nut only family w-'ll ..vr 'i v I. *v,. li the been ah-! L INSPECTOR, Leave Archer.............................. 3.05 p.m.
does not fultil her duty, but she mist: :signally : ; bv IM'M "' : rimy' .l.iv."-APARKER'S Leave Bronson ........................... 3.40 p.m. t
For chapped lips mix two tablespoonfuls fails in it ; and the failure is: truly de tu P',(lay Ir' .1lf11)11 tu 11'"I';frI ." FEBNANDINA. FLORIDA. Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.17 p.m. p

of clarified: honev, with a few drops of lavender plorable. There can be no sadder :sight: i than .. The best attention J given to the shipmentof Leave Rosewood.. .. .................? 4.52 p.nl.

water or any other perfume, and an- that of a broken-down, over-worked wife -- Lumber, Timber Ties, etc. Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.25 p.m.
who tired all her
oint the lip frequently.To and nlOtht'r-a woman is
Accounts made and satisfaction
remove warts get a little bullock'sgall life through. If the work of the household I guaranteed.For promptly. up GOING NOKTH. .

and keep it in a l bottle, rub a little on cannot he accomplished by order system I HAIR BAL3AL the past ten years with Colonel J. C. Leave Cedar Key......................... 7.25 a.m. +

the wart!: two or three times a day, and ina and uii nkratework. without the necessity: of The rat,Cleanest n- Read, to whom apply for reference. 25 Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05 a.m.

short time they will disappear.To wearing heart-breaking toil-without making II I = moo Economical Lair --- Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.

make good sticking plaster, put two life a treadmill of labor then fur. the I DAVID J. TAYLOR, Jr., Leave Bronson. .............. ........... 9.22 a.m.

spoonfuls of balsam of Peru to six of isinglass :sake: of humanity letthe work go. Better to I Leave Archer............ ................. 9.52 a.m.
\ : melted with very little water and live in the midst'of disorder than that order i I r ,'ir.ir.lie jottliri.l coW to gre at yocandsizes BROKER AND INSPECTOROF Leave Batton ..............................10.09Leave a.m.

strained. Mix there well together in a should he purchased at so high a pricetliecost ,, n-fi t>>. : SHIP Arredondo .....................:..10.24 a.m.
small stone jar over the tire. Pin out :some: :: of health, strength, happiness and all I I --- LUMBER AND TIMBER, Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m.
black Persian or sai>enet on a board and. that makes existence endurable.The I'lorrstpa': rC!"-"\ Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m.

dipping a brush into the mixture, pass !it woman avhopendsher: life in unUt.c.l'ssarr i p A "ft'IIII.1 ..,..w.." tw FEBNANDINA, FLORIDA. I Leave Waldo .......................... ..11.52 a.m.
; over the silk five or six times:: ; then hold it labor i is by this very labor infitted should rra.1'r.I.t b.inl and I I.i-... ;4 |<:: Leave Thurston...........................12.16 p.m.
of She
,; to the fire, but not very near, and it will for the highest duties home. :: Office corner Centre and Second Sts. 25 Arrive Starke.............................12.30 p.m. '
i soon become black and shining. he the haven of the rest to which and both refreshment. husband PARKER'S 3 --- -- Leave Starke..............................12.50 p.m.

, the hair from and children turn for peace JAMES JIcGIFFIN, Leave Temple's..........................12.58 p.m.
A good' wash to with prevent of She should be the careful; intelligent Leave :Lawtey ............................. 1.20: p.m.
falling; out i": made one ounce of powdered powdered adviser and guide of the one, the tenderCO ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Leave Highland ..... .................... 1.38 p.m.
borax, half an ounce of the other. How G1NGERTOC C
water. When ifidant and helpmate Leave Maxville........................... 2.01 p.m.
camphor cool, one into quart a bottle boiling for use, and clean I is: it possible fur woman exhausted in mind in body, Alachua Street between Second and Third, Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.25 p.m
pour as a natural consequence also to Leave Baldwin ....... ................. 2.32
with flannel or Never p.m.
the head with it, applying a either of these offices? It is not A Pure Family Medicine that Intoxicates.If .
perform : i pos FERNANDINA FLA.
: Leave Brandy Branch._ ................. 2.53 p.m.
sponge! ; once a week. sible. The constant strain is too great. Na- you pre a mechanic or farmer, worn out with i Orders and estimates from distance Leave Dutton ............................. 3.10 p.m.p.m..
of cold beneath it. Sue loses health ove- otlc. o< a inoilier m by family or household i a care-
For dyspepsia pour one quart ture J gives way dunes try PAKKHK'S GINGER T?MC. '' fully attended to. 25-tf Leave Callahan.......................... 3.50 .
of unslacked and and than
water on two tablespoonfuls: and spirits hopefulness more If minister business Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.42 p.m.p.m..
lime )let stand few minutes! bottle and all her the last thing that woman you are a lawyer or man ex-
; a youth, hausted by mental strain or anxious ores do not ; O. S. OAKES Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.20 .
cork, and when clear it is ready for use; put should allow to slip from her; for no matter
three tablesitoonfuU in a cup of milk, and how old she is in years;, she should be young take intoxicating TUNIC.If stimulants, but use PAUitat'sGI.GEE :: CONTRACTOR Trains daily, except Sunday. t

drink any time, usually before meals. in heart and feeling, for the youth of Uit'i8somet you have Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Kidney or AND BUILDER, .

--. --------- .- -- lllrs more attractive than youth itself. Urinary Complaints) or if you. are troubled with any
GUAPE-GROWEKS' MAXIMS. To the over-worked woman this green old disorder of the lungs.stomacu bowels.Lloo l nerves MANUFACTURES 4!

age is out of the question.:: Her disposition you can be cured l ly PAKKLK'S GINGER TONIC. DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF PENINSULAR RAILROAD .
1. Prepare the ground in fall ; plant in is ruined, her temper is:: soured, her very nature I If you are wistinjj away from age, dissipation; or ALL SIZES.
spring.; changed, by the burden which, heavyto I any disease! weakness and require stimulant take I GOING SOUTH. :t
2. Give the vine plenty of manure, old is only dragged along. Even her GiNG1-R TONIC at once; it will invigorate and build Post Office Box 174. t
and well decomposed, for fresh manure excites affections carry are blunted; and she becomes \ouupfromthe first dose but will: never intoxicate jan4 Fernandina, Fla Leave Waldo Junction................. 1.30 p.m.

the growth, but does not mature it. merely a machine woman without the It has saved hundreds of lives it may save yours. Leave Dixie................................. 1.55 p.m.

3. Luxuriant growth does not insure fruit. time to be womanly, a' mother without the "ae lirSCOX dullar.Ittti! & CO.at.all ISI dealers Wllliim:In m..th-ine.St., New York. 101:. and W. K. RAUKNIGIIT, Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 2.20 p.m.p.m..

4. Dig deep, but plant shallow time to train and guide her children a wife GREAT SAVING BCVING DOLLAR SIZE. AGENT Leave Lochloosa......................... 2.45 .
5. Young vines produce beautiful fruit, without the time to sympathize with and Leave Orange Lake.................... 3.15 p.m. -
but old vin s produce the richest. cheer her husband, a woman so overworked WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.48 p.m.
G. Prune in autumn to insure growth, but during the day that when night comes her' ANI STOCK DEALER Leave Silver Spring( .................... 4.15 p.m. '

in spring to promote fruitfulness. sole thought and most intense longing are BUTCHER ANDDexter Leave Ocala................................. 4.50 p.m.
7. Plant your vines:: before you put up trel- for the rest and sleep that probably will not ; in Leave Lake Weir Station............. 5.45 p.m.

lises. come and even if they should, that she is too Ice Arrive Wildwood....................... 6.15 p.m.FERNANDINA .
8. Vines, like old soldiers, should have tired to enjoy. Better by far let everything TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, GOING NORTH.

good arms. go unfinished and livens best: she can than BROOM STREET .WHARF,
9. Prune spurs to one developed bud, for entail on herself and family the curse; of Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 6.15a.m.
the nearer the old wood the higher flavored o\'crwork.-Stlnitflry Magazine. ,lti! t x.. 19-tf> FERNANDINA FLA. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 6.50 a.m.

the fruit. "Wo continue to Leave Ocala................................. 8.00 a.m.
10. Those who prune long must soon MR. BLIFKIM BABY. I I' \ act assolicitorsfor Railroads. Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.30a.m. '

cli-ub.: patents, caveats, Leave Anthony Place................. 9.05 a.m. i
11. Vine leaves love the sun ; the fruit the That first baby was a great institution. As r trade-marks, copyrights etc.. for FLORIDA CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Orange :Lake'..................... 9.30 a.m.

" shade. soon as he came into this breathing world," the United States, and to pat- COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE Leave Lochloosa................... ....10.05 a.m. w
: 12. Every leaf has a bud at the base, and he took command in our house. Every thing ents in Canada, England, Franco, Leave Hawthorne......................10.35') a.m. I

either a branch of fruit or a tendril opposite was subservient to him. The baby was the Germany, and all other countries. June 25, 1882. Leave Dixie...............................11.02 a.m.
r it. balance-wheel that regulated every; thing. Thirty-six years. practice." No Commencing this date, trains on this Arrive "'aldoJunction...... .........11.33 a.m. ;
13. A tendril is an abortive fruit buncha He regulated the temperature, he regulatedthe charge for examination models or < -avr- road will rub as follows) : Trains daily, except Sunday. ,
ings Advice mail free.
bunch of fruit a productive tendril. food, he regulated the servants, he regulated WESTWARD.
14. A bunch of grapes without a healthy me. For the tint six months of that the Patents SCIEXTIFIC obtained A3IEKJCAN through us are, which noticed has in Accom. Mail. 1

leaf opposite is like a ship at sea without a precious existence, he had me up, on an average the largest circulation, rail is the most influential Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m

rudder-it can't come to port. six times a night. newspaper of its Knll published the Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 p m & JACKSONVILLE
i 15. Laterals are like politicians, if not ")lr. Blifkins," says my wife "bring that world. The ail vantages onmch a notice every Sanderson; ........ 8.25am 9.55pm R. R.

checked they are the worst of thieves.-The light here do; the baby looks strangely ; patentee underptands. Lake City...........11.00am 11.55pm GOING SOUTH. ,

nne.DreS8tr. I'm so afraid it will have tit! Thislarge and splendidly illustrated news Arrive Live Oak............ 1.15pm 1.15am Leave Fernandina.......................90.0 a.m. ;

-- Of course the lamp was brought and of paperis and is publishedVJ3EKlVi"at 3.20 demoted a vcar Ella\.me............ 2.30pm 2.30am Leave Hart's Road........................9.35 a.m.
SAVING CABBAGES TILL SPRIXG. course the baby lay sucking his fist like a admitted to bo the best paper Madison ..........
to science mechanics inventions 3.30pm Arrive Jacksonville.....................10.40 a.m. I
We know of no better way to preserve little whtie bear, as he was. :: ,cngincl'inworks Drifton............... 5.25 p m 5.30 a m
and other departments of industrial
cabbages through; the winter than that "Mr. Blifkins said my wife, "I think I fn Monticello ......... 6.00 p m 5.50 a m GOING NOkTH. ;
> p-Wisln-d Sine
progreF" country. !:
which we have recommended for a numberof feel a draught of air ; I wish you would get copies J 1./ J.lt.i1!, 10 cents.any Sold by all news- Tallahassee......... 7.30pm 7.30am Leave Jacksonville.......................4.00 p.m.
, years. It is to plant or set them 'up in up and see if the window is not open a little, dea1'"'''. Quincy............... 9.30am Leave Hart's Road........................5.10 p.m. :

I rows as they grow-that is. with the roots because the baby might get sick. AJ. r"can & publishers! cfFf:: ;ontiflAnu Chattahoochee... 10.35am Arrive FernandinaTrains i ._.....................5.40 p.m. ,
dl.wn-till in with soil pretty freely, then Nothing was the matter with the window, .', *a, '. \T-\: : 'L. Chatta. River..... 10.55 a m daily except Sunday.
I knew .
well. ,
as '
make a covering by planting two posts very Ilauduuofabot ? >: ai'udiree.:; I
where there is a fence to rest on. or four "Mr. Blifkins," says my wife, just:: as I EASTWARD.Accom.. Mail. I SUNDAY TRAINS.

where was going to sleep again, "that lamp as yOU Arrive Jacksonville.......
there is not a fence, allowing for a 6.45pm 7.30am Leave Fernandina.... 7.30 a.m. 4.30 p.m.
Real Estate.
pitch to carry off the water; lay bean poles have placed it, shines directly in baby'seyesstrange Baldwin............ 5.25 pm 6.15am Arrive Jacksonville. 9.00 a.m. 6.00 p.m. a

opposite the way of the pitch and cover eration that you have ho more consid- Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m Leave Jacksonville... 9.50a.m. 7.15 p.m. ,
with corn fodder or straw or boards. In THE FLORIDA '' Lake City........... 1.20pm 2.40am Arrive Fernandina..ll.20 a.m. 8.40 p.m.
using; through the winter avoid as much as I arranged the light and went to bed again. Leave Live Oak............11.35 a m 1.15 a m

possible the sun side and close up again. We Just" as I was dropping" to sleep again- rpOWN IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY. Ellaville ............10.10am 11.55pm ,
have not found that setting the cabbage upside Mr. Blifkins, said my wife, "did you '' Madison ............ 9.05 a m 10.50 p m

down in the rows, as many do of any think?" to buy that broma to-day for the ba Drifton.............. 7.30am 9.05pm CONNECTIONS.AT .

advantage, as we have kept ours for more by" Fernandina Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm
than twenty years in the way we mention My dear. said I.U will you do me the Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.30pm
in injustice to believe that I could overlook a .... .. FEBNANDINA, FLA.,
a sound, perfect condition through the Towns R. R. Line Quincy. ?... 5.30pm
winter into the spring, and could even up matter so essential to the comfort of that inestimable on Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25pm With New York and Fernandina Steam- !

to the first of May if desirable. We see child ?" And Cedar Key. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15pm ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 9

other methods recommended, and they may She apologized very handsomely, but Passenger:! trains leave Jacksonville at 10 a.m.,11.10 a.m., or 5.30 p.m. : and for New '

answer just as well, but as to our own we made her anxiety the scape-coat. I forgaveher a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. York on Thursday, at 10.25 a.m., 4.15 p.m., i
speak from a long experience.-Germantown ., I addressed myself to sleep or 4.50 p.m. t
Returning leaves Baldwin at 2.45
Telegraph. Mr. Blifkins said my wife shaking me, With Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat -
arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 making
"you must not snore so wake the Offers Purchasers p.m., from Savannah
-- ; you to Lessees and a large close connections with Florida Transit Rail- Company daily except
AGRICULTURAL baby. Monday; for Savannah daily except Sunday.
ITEMS. Jest so, jest," said I, half asleep, thinking number of the most eligible and desirable road for Gainesville: Ocala Leesburg and With the Steamer Martha from St. Mary's
A peppermint} famine is threatened. Out I was Solon Shingle. Cedar Key.Sleepers River Landings on Wednesday and Friday ;
!in Western! Michigan where a large business Mr. Blifkins" said my wife. will you Lots suitable for Business Purposes, or for on all night trains. for St. Mary's River Landings on Sundayand y
is done raising the herb and distilling the get up and hand me the warm gruel from CONNECTIONS.At Wednesday.
oil, this years crop will be but thirty percent the nurse lamp for baby? The dear child City or Suburban Residences, Jacksonville by Waycross Short Line,
of the average of the pa t four years. A if it wasn't for his mother I don't know with all points North or West ; with the AT CALLAHAN.

big crop and low prices in 1878. followed by what he would do. How can you sleep so, UPON EASY TERMS. Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for To and from Savannah and Charleston at
neglect of the plants and then bv unfavorable Mr. Blifkins?" Fernandina ; and with Steamers for all 7.25 and 9.40 a. m., 7.30 and 3.40 p. m.

seasons, account for the trouble. "I suspect, my dear," said I, that it is Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or AT BALDWIN, FLA.,

SURE CURE COLIC. The because I am tired." Charleston.At To and from Tallahassee at 4.20 and 10.40a.
recipe parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail-
for colic is one of the best we have ever "Oh, it's very" well for men "to talk road for all South Florida, Ocklawaha River, m., 2.27 and 9.50 p. m,
known used and it is well worth preservation being what tired, said my wife; I don'tknow trial enterprises, who will erect on the property or Gulf points, without change of cars; also .AT HAWTHORNE,
if had
you'd to toil and
by horsemen : Laudanum, belladonna, say you for Cedar and Steamers to Gulf .
like Key ports.At To and from Palatka 10.45 a.m.and 2.40
drudge a woman with a baby. .
sulph. ether chloroform each two poor purchased substantial improvementsfor Oak J
ounces. I tried Live by Nos. 5 and 6, with the
to soothe her by telling her she had p.m.
Dose, half tablespoonful in a half pint of Savannah, Florida fe Western Railroad, for
water.-Kentucky Live-Stock Record. no patience at all, and got up for the pOS tt. residence, or in which to" conduct their Albany Savannah.At AT WILDWOOD.
Having aided in answering the requirements. or With Stage Line to and from Brooksville
I Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
ONIONS AND INSOMNIA.-Frank Buckland I stepped into bed again with the hope of business. and Tampa daily except Sunday. .
Railroad and Sat-
that onions i on Tuesdays, Thursdays
says taken before going to bed sleeping."Mr. AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
are the best preventives of sleeplessness ; BUCkins," said my wife.I INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS urdays.
and know made At Chattahoochee River with Steamers- With Florida & Havana Mail Steamship
we several who are troubled that no answer. 7
by for term'of from Chattahoochee on Sundays, and Everingham Company's Steamers for Key West on Monday -
way that use them. If properly boiled, so Mr. Blifkins said she in a louder key. exemption a years
as to get the twang out or them, the onion is I said notning. on Thursdays for Apalachicola, and and Thursday; for Tampa on Monday
taxation offered the several cities and returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for and Friday.
a most delicate vegetable. To every quartof "Oh dear! said that estimable woman by
Columbus Ga. For information routes rates
onions add a of cold with in great anguish how ,
water apparent
quart can a man
Apply to j. s. MCELROY etc. apply to
half a tablespoonful of salt. Boil not too fast who has arrived at the honor of a live baby I
Master of A. 0. MAcDONELL I
for two hours. Drain in a colander thor- of his own sleep when he didn't know that CHAS. W. LEWIS, M. DAVIDSON Transportation.W. Gen'l Ticket and Pass. t"
oughly, and allow to get cold. Make a sauce the dear creature will live till morning?" J30ffice cor..Beach & 7th* sts., Fernandina. General Manager. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen' Supt. 21

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fi. ; THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Quick Work. I' Bill of W. A. Mahoney, for services as OUR CITY'S FINANCES. --

Last week the City Council was petitionedto county superintendent of schools, from Through Mr. G. F. Avery, chairman of the Finance Committee of the

.4*'t'" .- t.ok1 A YEAR; $7.00 FOR SIX MONTHS grade :Ash street, between Third and Sev : March to DecernbeV, 1882, nine months, we are enabled to place before our readers this week, a statement of the City Coun '1'

.fI enth. The petition was granted, and Satur- $375, was ordered paid. receipts and dis
'* bursements of the present city government, taken from the
Reflections."Esraeralda" I of
/ reports City
.. day Mr. P. Kelly, who had obtained the con- j i p}UPER 'ACWUNT FOR NOVEMBER. Treasurer
Wmr F. Wood, Jr.:
% at Lyceum Hall :Monday tract, commenced work and finished it in 1 Stafford Drummond...........................$-4 00
*\' three. days. There is no doubt as to the I Mary Jane Cuva lo....:......................... 4 00 1882- DR. Cash. Scrip dish
.",A\ ":\' night. Cato Smith........................................ 4 00 May 1-To balance.... ...................... ..................$2,600 42 $3.493 71 SmP';
:;r.f Mrs. George W. Kittelle arrived Tuesday improvement in the looks of the street.The II Mrs.! Jones......................................... 4 00 Received from Tax Collector-.................. 656 29 990 62 .
': from New York. Mrs Nettles I ........... .......................... 4 00 May 8-From draft of \V. H. Pope, Health Officer.. 58 50
.-i...:. ,f.\ evening City of Bi-idgeton. Green B. Hill...........;........................ 4 00 May 31-Received from Tax Collector................._ 149 87 173 30 .
-. II. C. Baker, Senator-elect from Nassau This popular steamer, of the ;Sea:; Island Charles Ross...................................... 4 00 June 8-:Fines...................................................__ 157 60

-{: county, was in the city this week.Y' Route, began her trips on this route again ': Mrs. Farrow...................................... 4 00 July 5-Receivedfrom Tax Collector.......... ......? 13532 153 07
i this 1 John A. services July 15--Received from Tax Collector.................... 1,271 (X) 843 58
Mrs. Hinton J. Baker and infant left for I week arriving here Wednesday. The Edwards. us county 1-R'c'd from Tax
service during the will be triweekly j auditor ..................... .......... ....... 25 00 Aug. Collector account taxes... 105 92 98 74
' Atlanta, Ga., her old home, on Monday. season | B. F. Rich: keeping bridge; ...... .......-.. 30 IK) Recd from Tax Collector, account licenses 22 50
N. running on the following schedule : Oct. 2O-Rec'd from Tax Collector account licenses 187 50
\V. F.
i Scott, deputy registration clerk 10 00
J. W. Cannon of the Alachua ,
publisher I
.. .. Rec'd from Tax Collector ..
Leaving Fernandina on Monday, Wednesday I. S. O'Neill. 10 00 account taxes. 42 03 36 24
I** "f Advocate, Gainesville, was in the city :Mon Nathan Priest Nov.15-Rec'd from Tax Collector, account licenses 47 50
and and 10 00
Friday leaving Savannah Sunday
IV W. W. Farmer Rec'd from Tax Collector, account taxes.: .. 1,019 01
10 00
and .
' day.The Tuesday Thursday.We
?? .d steam tug 3fabey. of Jacksonville has John Owens, 10 00 $6.03896 $6,20936
had hoped for a daily boat between J. A. King 10'00 CR
been engaged in towing in the harbor this this city and Savannah during the winter L. P. Tracy, to 10 00 June 1-Paid warrant No. 396.....................,......$ 50
\ week. S. D. Jones 10 00 Paid warrant No. 427.............................. 1 CO
:. season, as well as from Brunswick. In fact, L. W. Higginbotham '. 10 00 Paid warrant No. 2442............................ 50'00 .'
; Thursday the weather took a sudden the Savannah boats could make a daily con N. A, Hicks.. 10 00 Jun.22-Paid warrant No. 2479............................ 28 65
change, and a strong northeasterly wind is nection for us with Brunswick, both going The Paid warrant No. 2.478. .......................... 100 00
,, now prevailing. following amounts were ordered paid July31-Paid warrant No. 174............................. 40 00
and coming, without much detention. inspectors and clerks of election : Paid warrant No. 2,475............................. 83 25

,.. Many of our citizens are in attendanceupon There are now four lines of steamships G. Stark ....... ....Precinct No. 1......... $3 00 Paid warrant No. 2,480.............. .............. 200 00
the United States Court, which is now running to Savannah from the several cities James McGiffin... ......... 3 00 Paid warrant No.2,4M............................. 22 90
in session at Jacksonville. of Boston, New York, Philadelphia and J. W. Howell..... ......... 3 00 Redemption Certificate..... ..................... 6 30 ..* ... ,:
Charles H. Berg... ......... 3 00 Aug. 3-Scrip canceled by Finance Committee..... $5.660 88 :. >
County Commissioner E. Davis and Mr. Baltimore, and we believe a daily line to Warren F. Scott... uNo. 2......... 6 70 .A.ug.3o-Paid warrant No. 2,495........ ..................... 90 00'
J. A. King, of King's Ferry, came down the Florida would be well patronized. James Eubai ks... ......... 3 00 Judgments Sanborn & Hoyt and P. Kelly 1,868 05
'i 4 river the steamer Jfartha Stephen Randall.. ......... 3 00 Sept. 1-Paid warrant No.2,505............................. 50 00
on Tuesday. Esmeralda. C. H. Jacques...... ,* ......... 300 Paid warrant No. 2513............................_ 100 00
'.. ,I President Arthur has nominated Edward Those who have been so fortunate as to Tony Allen ......... No. 3......... 6 70 Oct. 1-Paid warrant No. 2,516........................,... 12 00
M. Cheney, of Jacksonville, District Attorney witness the famous of" Hazel Kirke"as May Dennpfield... ......... 3 00 Paid warrant No.2,517..........................._ 15 00 .
play John Gordon ..... U ......... 3 00 Paid warrant No. 2.524..........................._ 23 77 -
for the Northern District of Florida!
t. produced hereby the Madison Square Thea- Anthony Small... '. ......... 3 00 Nov. 1-Paid Bond No. 15, with coupon.,............ 108 00
I Mrs. George Burnside, who has been visiting tre Company, must feel a natural curiosityto W. B. Hardee..... No. 4......... 6 70 Paid Bond No. 14, with coupon.............. 108 00

.. c friends in the city the past month, returned see the drama which is universally con- J. L. Baer............ ......... 3 00 Paid Bond No. 5, with coupon................ 108 00
Simon Litsey..... .......;. 3 00 Nov.10-Paid cash warrant No. 2547...................... 175 00
I to her hlme..at Florence; on the St. ceded to be the successor and rival of the C. Rodgers........... .. ......... 3 00 Paid cash warrant No. 2532..................... 15 00

I Johns river, Thursday. former great play. The remarkable success W. W. Farmer..... uNo. 5......;.. 7 20 Nov.13-Paid Bond No.9 and coupon.................,. 600 00 .
The greater portion of the Egmont Hotel which attended the production of Esmeralda" J. C. Snowball.... to ........? 3 00 Nov.15-Paid Bonds Nos. 7. 16, 25, 26 and 27......... 500 00
in New York would indicate that Ralph Russell...... ......... 3 00 Paid coupons No. 10 to Bonds No. 1, 2, 3,
help, some thirty odd in number, arrived J. C. Wilson .:...... to... ..... 3 00 4,16,17,25.26 and 27........................ 240 00 .
Tuesday, and have been busy during the popular favor has stamped the latter.play as Simeon Crandall. No. 6......... 3 00 Paid coupons to Bonds Nos. 3, 9 and 10..... 12 00
I week getting the hotel ready forthe opening, worthy to take the place of Hazel Kirke." W. M. Vanzant... h '" ....,3 00 Paid coupons No. 10 to Bonds Nos. 2, 3, 4,
The critical audiences of New York have G. T. Stewart ...... .. ......... 8 00 5. 6 and 7.................. .. .................... 72 00
r i I Monday. John Owens ....... ......... 3 00 Paid interest on above Bonds and coupons 195 01
Emma Abbott, the celebrated songstress, united in highly commending Esmeralda"as James A. King.. No. 7......... 11 00 Paid cash warrant No. 2,549................... 8 00
-1 has expressed her willingness to visit Jacksonville an original audlntensely interesting dra- T. D. Hawkins..... ......... 3 00 Paid cash'warrant No. 2,550..................... 1 50
matic work. Our citizens now have the op- Charles Sadler. .... ......... 3 00 -$4R34 $5,660 88
;; this season if a sufficient sum can poatunity of forming their own opinions, R. O. Deuwis ...... ......... 3 00 Nov. 15-By balance on hand............................... 1,204 35 548 43
; be guaranteed her to pay the expenses of L. P. Tracy........ .V, :No. 8......... 11 00 ---
.. her troupe. since the play is to be produced here Monday Henry Nettles.... a' "m...... 3 00 $6,038 98 $6,209 36

,I night with appropriate scenic appoint- David Nelson...... ......... 3 00
R. W. Southwick, agent of the Mallory ments and the following fine cast: D. H. Nelson ...... ......... 3 00 .
Steamship Line in this city, has been notified H. C. Pickett........ No. 9......... 3 00
ELBERT ROGERS...... Mr. R. F. McClannin LYCEUM
by the company that the oran shipped A North Carolina Farmer. J. H. Sauls.......... ......... 3 00 : HA.LL.
: T. B. Bryant ....... ......... 3 00
I by the steamship Carondelet last week arrived LYDIA ANN......................Mrs. L. M. Berrell W. A. Mahoney... ........ 8 70
in New York in excellent condition. His Wife. L.W.Higginbotham U No. 10....... 9 50 i

I W. Brown ESMERALDA..Miss Belle Gilbert Wm. Johnson...... ......... 3 00
? Thomas the veteran advance Their Daughter. Jesse Green ........ ......... 3 00 One Night OnlyMONDA! December II 1882.THE .
: agent of tfie Madison Square Theatre Company R. B. Brown...._ ......... 3 00 ,
DAVE HARDY ........ .........Mr. F. KarringtonA
; I was in the city Tuesday, making ar Young North Carolinian. N. A. Hicks........ No. 11........ 11 00 -
Aaron Fourakers.. ......... 3 00
rangements for his company, which will ESTABROOK........i.............Mr. F. N. BurbeckA W. W. Hicks....... ......... 3 00

appear here in "Esmeralda" on Monday Man of Leisure J. 0. Frey............ to .. ......... 300 MADISON SQUARE THEATRE

Y night. JACK DESMOND.......................)1 r. F. Peters Mr. W. 0. Jeffreys was elected overseer of
A Young American Painter residing in Paris.NORA .
The steamship:: Western Texas arrived here the poor.
DESMOND................Miss Clara SpenceJack's Cj C> 1\I.II: ? .A.1'J
from New York on Tuesday, and left on her
Sister. Has there been any petition, as required,

647 return bales trip cotton Friday,, with 270 packages the followingcargo hides and: KATE DESMOND Jack's...........Sister........Miss Enid Leslie to the city council to bond the city? Will Will present its GREAT NEW YORK SUCCESS OF LAST SEASON- the exquisite

there be any jobs to let in connection with
i skins, 322 boxes cedar, 38 empty kegs, 112 MARQUIS DE MONTES8IN....'..l\Ir. Hugh Fuller I the bonds DOMESTIC DRllIAESMERALDA,
: ? Will it cost for wharf, $12,500 ;
; barrels spirits, 20 barrels syrup, 30 packages An Adventurer. I .

; GEORGE DREW................Mr. James GilbertA I Old Town road$12,500; beach road, $12,500; ._ _: _
merchandise, 1,652 boxes oranges, 232 bar- ._------------------------------- ------------- -- ---------
market-house ------------------------------------------------------------
Mining Engineer.
rels or ngcs. ;
. The Times, some time since, referring to al' .. Esmeralda" is Southern play in scene, Range of ThermometerFOR e !
i situation, character and authorship. It was !! M
'ii,[ worthy gentleman with a strong German THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, G !
written by Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. f
who had been connected with the
accent ._ _._ _._ _._ _.
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of North Carolina. ------------------------- ------------------------------------
railroad management, gave an amusing instance s; s
. of a double entendre perpetrated by Reserved seats can be secured at Horsey's, I = I A I c. WindMARINE. .

him when intendin to give encouragement, and should be secured at once. I I'- a CO Q By 3Irs. Frances Hodgson Burnett and W. II. Gillette, as pre.

I he remarked that they were going to devil-up Saturday..... Dec. 2/ 54 67 67 60 1 N. sented at the Madison Square Theatre for one Year.

the country, intending to say develop. Our The County Commissioners. Sunday............ 3 56 69 68 62 N SV.
Monday ....,....... 4 57 68 68 55 N\V.
City Council, we fear, will be understood by PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD WEDNESDAY-AN Tuesday............. 5 56 67 66 62 NE.
", their recent action as intending devil-up AVALANCHE OF BILLS. Wednesday....... 6 58 69 68 63 NE. A BEAUTIFUL DOMESTIC LOVE STORY.

I the property of our citizens with their $50- The regular monthly meeting of the Board Thursday........ 7 56 65 63 56 N.

; 000 of bonds. of County Commissioners was held at theClerk's Friday......?......... 8 43 43-45- 43 NE.

office Wednesday CommissionersJ.
Miss Charlotte Palmer from -r ----- -
., a young lady .
New York, is visiting Mrs. R. W. South- E. Davis, John N. Moore, and W. 0.. Jef

wick in this city. Miss Palmer usually freys being present. Port of Fernandina. Produced with SPECIAL SCENERY for each Act from the .Mad
In the absence of the chairman, Mr. Chas.
spends the winter months at Titusville, on HIGH WATER.
the Indian river. She arrived here on the W. Lewis, who is in attendance at the Unit- Saturday, Dec. 9...... 6:50 A.M. 7:08P.M. icon Square Theatre.

last trip of the Western Texas, and was to ed States Court, in Jacksonville, Mr. W. 0. Sunday, 10..... 7:36 to 7:53"
elected chairman.The Monday, 11...... 8:22" 8:39"
have left for Jacksonville on Friday of last Jeffreys was business temporary before the board Tuesday, 12...... 9:07" 9:26": Reserved Seats at Horsey1 Drug Store, at $1.00; Admission, 75 Cts.; Gallery, 50 Cts.

week, in order to take the ill-fated steamer principal Wednesday, 13...... 9:53": 10:11 "
4 Volusla for her destination. But yielding was the passing of bills for the expenses of Thursday, 14..10:34: tl 10:59 "

t the urgent solicitations of her friends in this the last Circuit Court and the late election. Friday, u." 15_......11"VU 11:52. CURTAIN RISES AJT 8:30 P. M. RECISELY.

: city she concluded to remain here a while Following are the bills ordered paid : ENTERED.

Peter Cone, sheriff, expenses Fall List of Letters Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
longer and to this fortunate circumstance
; Term Circuit Court..................... $32 80 Dec. 2-S. P. Nicholas, Fitzgerald, Savannah each of
sheowes from serious injury I with freight and Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi- Tracts containing twentaCTl'S
i an escape,probably, John A. Edwards, services as clerk ; passengers
,, if not death. Circuit Court........ .................... 13 81Peter to J. A. Mercier. na, Nassau county, Florida, Dec. 8, 1882. choice suitable, high for hammock growing land on and Orange truck farming Lake-,
4-Sch. Carry Woodbury Wood- orange
Cone, sheriff, expenses of jail Persons calling for these letters must say are offered for sale. These lands
I New Tinshop. for November............................ 110 30 14 'bury. Woodbury, Charleston. advertised now situated for
ballot: boxes.......... 10 00 5-S. Western Texas, New York, : are very conveniently transportation
Mr. S. A. Hayes established himself in John Distributing A. Edwards railroad fare to? Risk, 1,210 tons ; with freight Brown, James McCaa, AliceDurgan by water or rail, and will be sold on

I the store lately vacated by Southern Express Brandy Branch for J. O. Frey...... 2 10 and passengers, to R. W.South- Israel New om. D P terms to suit purchasers. Titles timber are lands unques in
tionable. Also valuable
wick. Edwards Alford Newsoni. D P
Company, on Ontre<< street, as a practical R. M. Henderson, coffin for 7 00 ,
I pauper 6-:S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Freedman, Carry Price, Ruth M large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,
I copper, tin and sheet-iron worker. Mr. Henry Davis,services as school commissioner .. ')' with and Emma Joe February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.
Savannah freight Gooding. Sharp
pas- ,
to November 23.........., 56 00
has had twelve in to J. Mercier Golden James H Swetwine Jane ,
Hayes years experience H. J. Baker school commissioner... 8 00 sengers, Agent. ((2)) ,
the business in Jacksonville with S. B. J. D. Palmer, medical attendance at .7-Sclu": Manawa, Fairchild; New Green, Col Stephens, George Clam ChowderAt
Hubbard & Co., and in the railroad machine jail.. .......................................... 16 00 'York.' Lassila, Johan Thompson, Jno J. Fred Lohman's to-night.
8-S. 'P: City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Liller, Annie Thomas, Mrs
\V. P. Stret'1to'.epipe for jail.... 2 50
in He has fitted his ;
shops thiscity. up shop Savannah with freight and McJones Alice Williams S H
pas- Fibre
Fred W. Hnyt & Co., oil for brid e.. 4, 15 Nassau ,
with the latest and is to J. A. Mercier. Williams IsabelleSAM'L
improved machinery, sengers, '
W. B. C. DurySe, mattresses and superior
. For beds, pillows any mattresses,
; I now ready to contract for any work that blankets for jail.......................... 10 65 CLEARED. T. RIDDELL P. M. to anything else in use. For sale by
::;c'' might be entrusted to him. His prices will Minus McLary, hauling sawdust.etc. 2-S. P. Nicholas. Fitzgerald, Savan- June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.
to Court room.............. 2 50 nah, with freight and passengers Wanted to Rent,
favorably with those prevailing in
J, compare H. E. Dotterer, supplies furnishedr by J. A. Mercier. A Piano. Address H., P. 0. Box 56, Wanted.

; Jacksonville. John Floyd, a pauper ................. 28 00 6-City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald Savannah 52 Fernandina, Fla. calf. Ap
John A. Edwards voters A good milch cow with young
registering with freight and passengers -
The Egmont Hotel and preparing poll lists............... 30 00 by J. A. Mercier. Select "Intermediate" School for ply to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS.
%.' ,1 This popular winter resort will open for Cay & Grantham, lumber for county 6-Sch. Nellie Treat Dor, New York. Boys and Girls, Mirror Office.-

the season Monday next December 11th, bridge................. .................. 42 00 7-Sch. Sam'l H. Crawford, Tilton, Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson

Under the management of Mr. Geo. W. Kit- Application for aid having been made to Baltimore. application. NOTICE.
t telle, who made it so successful during the the county commissioners for Charles Ross 7- S. S. Western Texas Risk, New G. W. SCHUYLER.
York, 1,210 tons ; with freight received in Vocal and InstrumentalMusic
- ; season of 1881-82. The house has been thoroughly and Mrs Farrow, the board ordered that the and passengers, by R. W. South- and French. 50 FLORIDA TRANSIT OF RAILROAD THE Co.,

I. cleaned and kalsomined, and i is in a sum of$4 each be allowed them monthly.It wick. FERNANDINA, FLA.. Nov. 21, 1882.

-t { first-rate condition. Mr. E. W. Knight, of was ordered that the deputy registration S-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Livery Stable at a Bargain. SPECIAL MEETING of the Stock

':., the Profile House, White Mountains, and officers be allowed $10 for their services, and 'Savannah, by; with J. A.freight Mercier.and passengers I offer at a bargain my entire establish- I A holders of this Company will be held

: who was Mr. Kittelle chief assistant in the that the inspectors and clerks of election be ment in this city, consisting of Carriages, at the Office of the Company, in Fernan
IN PORT. Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage dina Fla. December 2Bt/
I on Thursday,
l office last year, has again been engaged as allowed $3 per day, and that the inspector Bark }Iarv. \. Nelson, McLarren. Horses, Harness, etc. at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of taking
i! clerk. The cuisine will be presided over by bringing in the returns be allowed five cents Brig Tallatto, J. McKewen.. Terms of purchase, CASH. into consideration the proposition to consol

;f' :, Mr. W. P. Jordan, hue chef of the Profile mileage and one day's extra pay. Brig Geo. E. Date Pierce. G. F. AVERY. idate the railroad and property of this Company
: Sch. William Marshall Cain. Office and Stable-First Street near Broom with that of the Florida Rail
House White Mountains, and the St. James The following bills, for services as county P..aiU'laU
Sch. Mary McFarland, Montgomery. Street Wharf. 46 road Company and the Peninsular
A r It Hotel, Boston. Mr. Kittelle has spared no commissioners, were ordered paid : Sch. C.'Bo'Payne. W. H. Hilyard.Sch. Company, to form one company under UK

::" }1 .. pains and expense to make the hotel comfortable J. E. Davis, services to December;'82.$96 00 Anita, Small. To Rent. name of "The Florida Transit and Peninsular
:c 1 and attractive for his guests the J. N. Moore, services to same date..... 88 80 Sch. Four Sisters, Bunker. The property known as Sanborn's Stores. Railroad Company."
1 Chas. W. Lewis, services to same date.. 22 00 Sch. B. C. Terry, Moore. Apply for particulars to By order of the Board of Directors.
. ;
. 'i; coming season, which promises to be an un- C. W. Hilliard, services to same date... 24 00 Sch. -. Woodbury, Woodbury.Sch. A. B. NOTES. B S. HENNING,

1 : usually. good one. W. O. Jeffreys, services to same date... 1600 Menawa, Fairchild. Fernandina, July 15-tf. 1 td President.I' .