Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00148
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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 23, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
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System ID: UF00054505:00148
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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NEW YO$ When I want to see sport, horse racing is WASHINGTON;; \, small income. and yet in the course of the The Mystic's Christmas.

good enough for me, but I like this so well trial it came out that his wife had been in

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING-EXPENSIVE DOLLS-INGENIOUS that I shall try not to miss any of those to BUKOR OF CABINET CUANGES-SECRETARY the habit of spending $200 a year in flowers All hail!I" the bells of Christmas rang,
ADVERTISERS-POCKET-KNIVES, come, and to the next me I shall take my LINCOLN TO BE MINISTER. TO ENGLAND. alone; her dressmaker's bills were on the "All hail!" the monks at Christmas sang ; J

POETRY AND KING WITLAF'S DRINK- family." The Manhattan Club has been WASHINGTON, December- 16,1882. same extensive footing. Wives of this sort The merry monks who kept with cheer-
The gladdest day of all the
ING HORN"-A BOOM FOR urged to give similar public entertainmentsat There has been within the last few days a are likely to lead weak indulgent husbands year.

I ATHLETIC SPORTS least once a month during the winter,but revival of the rumors relative important who have no moral backbone, into the pris- But still apart unmoved thereat,

To, the Editor of The Mirror: they hesitate about adopting the suggestion Cabinet changes, the ulterior object of which :oner's dock.. ;But without taking such an A Silent pious, in elder his accustomed brother sat
NEW YORK December 16.1882. for fear lest the club, which is composedof Ls the Presidential election in 1884. How extreme case as this, many women spend a With Gods sweet peace upon place his face.. '
Christmas is close at band, and even the well-to-do young amateurs should be much truth there may be in the rumors the great deal more than they ought for the 1
a! poetical sceptic who parades the fact that charged with converting its sport to aI I denouement alone will show, but they are believed adornment of their persons. The current is "Why cried sitt'st thou thus?*' his brethren. F.t, ,

he does not believe in Christ, cannot but get moneymaking device. by many who are well-informed in strong and hurries them along. The resist- It is the blessed Christmas-tide; a
into a sort of holiday mood as he walks Miss Kate Pattison, who at present sup- political matters. That the. Republicanshere ent! power must be great for them to keep The Christmas lights are all aglow, r
through the streets filled with holiday shop- ports Mrs. Langtry, and has been systemati-I in Congress, in the Cabinet, and in of- their desires well in hand. Fashion is sucha The sacred lilies bud and blow. 1:

in the storesare cally suppressed in order not to eclipse the .of charming, enticing fickle enchantress, and
pers of all kinds. The displays fice, feel the necessity doing some great Above our heads the joy-bells ring, ;
not as overloaded as they were in for- star, will come back to this country next and telling thing in fee way of atonement she works so cleverly through two subtle Without the happy children sing. '

' mer years, but they are much more artistic season to "star" herself. She. has a very ,I and for ,political efle c{jias been shown by agents-vanity and envy.. In the existing And all God's creatures hail the morn ,
at"d't' steru1. Perhaps the most original exhibition strong play/wbich has been highly approved' i the President's message ., by' the alacrity order of things, it is meet that a certain por- On which the holy Christ was born '

of any kind is Macy's in Sixth by a number critics to whom she submit i with which Congress has addressed itself to tion of our incomes should be expended on Rejoice with us ; no more rebuke w

Avenue. This establishment makes a spe- ted it. Miss Pattison> who is a protege of work, and by the only. xpressed opinion of clothes. If we were suddenly to become Our gladness with thy quiet look." "1 c ,-l,, '
exhibition that excellent Miss Emily Faith- : members of that for- The gray monk answered Keep, I pray.,
cialty every Yuletide of a doll woman, all Republicans with whorqe- converses some puritanic society Even as ye list, the Lord's birthday. '
but this,ear the house has fairly outdone full, has been a favorite in England for sev- upon the subject. Every ,Republican, from bade expensive dress and one simple fashionof

itself. The store has four immense show eral 'seasons, and she is convinced by this I Mr. Arthur down to .a small-.salaried clerk, raiment were universally adopted, a thirdat Let heathen Yule fires flicker red

windows reaching down to the ground, and time that she made a mistake when she is working like-- a little. 'man to undo their least of the workmen, masters, and trades- With Where mystery thronged play refectory and mask feasts and are mime spread;

in each one is a different exhibition. The crossed the ocean to study America in Mrs. undoing on the 7th of November last. Butit men would starve, whereas they fatten on And wait-song speed the holy time !

leading one represents the coming in of a Langtry's company. ,She never got an opportunity is realized that no eleventh-hour reformation our follies.our love of change, and our ex

Cunard steamer. Her decks are throngedwith to add to or even substantiate her merely will win back the estranged and travagances. I do not admit that the folly The"The Lord blindest accepts faith the may things haply we save have

passengers, a tug steams up alongsideof reputation.Poor deeply wronged constituencies. Something and the caprice and the extravagance are And reverence, howso'er it strays ; .,
her, and t.hemail bags are ready-for de Jack Tar! he seemingly has no.. startling and strategic must be done ; some- all on the other side, although the women May find at last the shining ways'.

livery. The dock is alive with trucks and friends in this world. By accident learned thing that will appeal,"to the sentiment of have the lion's share doubtless. And certainly They needs must who cannot ,

carts, laborers and officials,and well-dressed of the fact that nearly all of the transatlantic those.early, ardent Republicans who are if I did, the hosiers' shop now would The blade before the grope ear must be; see, t

, people who come to welcome their friends. steamer lines, such as the Cunard, Inman, now so largely found in the ranks of the In- give me the lie. There are socks of the most As ye are feeling I have felt,
The ,ingenuity with which all these doll White Star, etc., have issued regulations forbidding dependents or Democrats'-fighting the ma- brilliant dye-self-colored. and in contrasts And where ye dwell I too have dwelt.

l people are dressed and costumed is something the serving of grog or any species of i chine and bossism,' superbly inharmonious; men's undergar- But, now, beyond the things of sense,
I marvelous. liquor to the crews during a voyage. Coffee I The startling and theatric thing proposed ments of soft crape-like woolen or" spun silk, Beyond occasions and events,

Shop-keepers say that the trade in dolls is substituted for the alcohol. The result is is the candidacy of the sonof his father. in delicate flesh tints, military scarlet, and I know through Gods exceeding grace
this year is really enormous. Mind you we that '* the sailor man is demoralized. His Robert Lincoln,at present oJ.;)" Secretary of War, tawny brown ; men's shirts embroidered in Release from form and time and place.:

have evoluted out of the rag baby period. stomach is used to sterner stuff" than coffee but in the near future,'it is,said, to be Minister the Russian or Hungarian styles, in colors, "I listen from no mortal tongue

The modern doll is a work of art, perfect in no matter how strong it may be, and it to England in place of Mr Lowell. For with the monogram over the heart ; silk To hear the song the angels sung';

I ) face and figure, and she is as well dressed as is a question whether Jack will be able to some reason absenceTrom the country has shirts for morning deshabffl in the fashion- The And Christmas wait within lilies myself bud to and know blow.

a any well-bred lady should be. No respectable work with as much agility in winter without been deemedadvautageous for a Presidential able tones of crimson, old gold copper, and ,. .
! doll would think of leaving one of the his furnace inside of him. I conversed candidate. Van Buren, and Buchananeach marigold ; besides cravats, not only of every The outward symbols disappear

closely-packed Sixth Avenue, Grand streetor with a master of a Cunarder on the subject. returned from the Court of St. Jamesto tint of the rainbow which would mean lit- And From small him whose must be inward the choice sight of is days clear

Broadway stores without a trousseau. In Said he: "The regulation was necessary for the White House, General Grant's train- tle enough in these days of multicolor tendencies To him who fills them all with praise!

addition to the raiment she wears,her trunkis the good of the service. While liquors were ers kept him out of the country as long as -but blue married with terra cotta,

provided with a full line of underwear, served to the crews we never gave them possible previous to the Chicago nomina- poppy color with gold, moss green and olivein With" Keep honest while zeal you your need Christmas it, brothers sign mine, .j!

one or two extra dresses, made of any kind enough to get drunk on ; but, do you know, tion. And now it is proposed to send young combination with claret,tricolor in varied But judge not him who every morn ..
of material from cashmere to brocaded velvet three or four of the fellows actually took Mr. Lincoln over the waters in an official trios, materials shot in two or three hues Feels in his heart the Lord Christ born I" l'

and a complete set of toilet articles. turns at foregoing their liquor for a coupleof capacity, in order that_ he may return with like the breast of the pigeon,or of the lordly _ -JoM"_ G._ Whittier. 'j i'
These fashionable young ladies are worth all days, giving one man four rations, so eclat to be nominated for the place which peacock, the burnished pheasant, or the gor- Hotel Arrivals. ,

; the way from $2.50 to $250, trousseau of that each one in the club bad a chance to the Republican party'is:\ striving so desperately geous macaw. As far as we can manage it,

course included. Should she be desirous of get drunk once a week When matters to win, and whirrs i it realizes must be and as far as custom will permit us, we emu-

.+devoting!! herself< A J M Barrs John
flitting away her time in 'a giddy round of Bradley, or Dorsey; orv-y Hubb'ell-ir won Did we hot wear bright blue and green trou- Jacksonville Hungerford George, R King, Ed Aue Coyne in-,- r F

pleasure, she can be started in housekeep Up Hirer Items. at all. sers last year, with fawn and russet dust- ClOSS, .H D AUChlnclcwa No-n- York r W t
ing. A plain set of kitchen utensils can be That Mr. Lincoln has special fitness coats and are not the tailors trying to persuade Robinson Gainesville!; B A Weathers and I
KING'B any
had for from fifty cents to ten dollars. But, THE NAME OF KINOSTON"BIGNSOJ' for the office is not claimed. He is not especially us now with a fancy for stone-blue, son Florida, Ocala: J; S ex-Governor Doyle, and George wife F Boston Drew,:

if she proposes to pose as a society leader, PBOGBES8 ETC., ETC. popular. He is simply a common- mustard, olive and pale gray waistcoats to I J D Easterler, Charleston ; Geo A Schindau,
her house can be furnished from garret to KING'S FERRY, December 14, 1882. place young man, whose sole eligibility sub- relieve the relative sombreness of our win- Louisville; J M Carnegie, Walter Ferguson, F
parlor, and from kitchen to cellar with fur- Quite an interest has been manifested late- sists in his lineage and in the survival in ter garments? And shall those amongst us Geo Lander, Pittsburgh, Pa ; C D Willard ::,
Washington D C J A Dufour, G F CattarinahSaTannah. -
niture of the most elaborate kind, including ly in regard to the incorporation of our the popular mind "of the legend of primo who have adopted the absurd fashion of pal- ;

t't''a bed-room suit, elaborate plush covered town. The opinion is almost unanimousthat geniture which we have repudiated in law, etots so short that the tails of our evening MANSION: HOUSE. f,

! furniture, a charming side-board, anda we must incorporate and that we will but which still lives in sentimental politics, dress-coats are visible below, have the face W C Giles, A Worms Theo C Hall, E A :;
,good supply of dishes, all sorts of wine, be benefited thereby. A meeting was heldon as is proved by Garfield's selection of Lin- to ridicule any feminine vagary whatsoeverin Burt, W L Britton, C A Lloyd, D J :Mann L'i

etc., for sums ranging from twenty to five Tuesday night to nominate officers. As coln, by Arthur's retention of him alone ofGarfield's the future? New York ; Capt Isaac Hines, Carondeki;
E G Hill, Lawtey, Fla; G M Craige. F Cit iI
hundred dollars. the movement is commenced.
non-partisan entirely.onlyone The has not fairly
Cabinet and the in which season I
by G F
way R; D C Acosta, J W Bushnell, Henry,
The ingenuity of advertisers is also well ticket will be put in the field. The following the drowning party now catches at him. It There are no balls, no dances even, many Ocala; D K Bryant, C B Dibble, Rosewood;
shown during the present holiday tide. One is the ticket nominated: must not be supposed, however, that Re- quiet little dinners and a few official dinner C F Cone and wife White Springs, Fla.; Gen ;
large wine dealer sends out charming little For Mayor-Sam.J.VitUe.. to Mr. Lincoln with entertainments-principally diplomatic (but Geo A Sheridan, New Orleans; A S Pendle-
publicans are turning Eehs
Thos S W H Pillow
ton Philadelphia
For Clerk and Treasurer-Frank Davis. ;
1 pocket knives, nickel-plated, nicely engraved For Marshal--Jesse Taylor. unbroken unanimity. So long as Mr. Blaine the French women put on full dress for the Wm H Coats, J E Whitehead, ThosC -

and further adorned with the legend For Councilmen-J. Mizell, R. Ross, W. and Conkling both live there can be no opera only-and) hardly any organized re- Sturgis, Jacksonville ; Silas L Loomis,
\ "Merry Christmas." A rival house T. Russell, T. D. Hawkins, and E. D. Clark. unanimity. in the Republican party ; not it ceptions ; nevertheless the dressmakers are Washington D C; AM Ives, Southern Express
gives a miniature of King Witlaf Drinking An election will be held the 28th inst. Company; Yates Thompson, Ben'aApple -
on busy enough.
is thought, that Mr Blaine hopes to be the min 0 S Beeson, P Prinleau, Jr., W
Horn. You know Longfellow's charminglittle to ratify the nominations. We expect to nominee of the Republican convention in The hope that we were about to be favored B Sturtevant, R B.Hillyard J, J Lehman, Sa-

ballad : present quite a novelty in the way of an incorporated 1884. His ambition will have scored a point with fine, dry weather has been disappointed vannah ; John M Taylor New York ; HarryE I'
town, as we will not be burdenedby and heavy rains are once more the orderof Morris, Georgia; Chas S McDowell, Blairs-
if he defeat the choice of of ,
Witlaf of the Saxons can Conkling
a King ville, Pat; W E Livingston, F & J R R; Jai
Ere yet his last he breathed, debt or taxation, and yet receive all the Arthur, and of Cameron. It is believed that the day; consequently the inundationsare I Purdy, Florida; A 'V Lewis, Illinois ; K-
To the merry Monks of CroylandHis benefits of an incorporation. We expect to Mr. Elaine's choice just at present is Gen- steadily increasing, and there seems, J Van Nostrand. Brandy Branch ; James T
drinking horn bequeathed. leave all wharf building, shell-roads, market eral Sherman. The Maine politician does moreover, to be scarcely a river or a streamin Ferguson, Waldo; A K Lawrence, Cedar
Rev C A Rand wife and child F Boy }
"That whenever they sat at their revels, houses, and the like, to private enterprise.It not love the old General, but he regards him, the whole country which has not over- deiishatz Key; Massachusetts, ; W E Benedict and i
And drank from the golden bowl, was decided to change the name of the as the other wing of the party regards Lin- flowed its banks or is imminently threaten- wife. Orange Park, Fla; George F Dearing, .
I They And breathe might remember for the his donor soul, town to "Kingston," and a committee ap- coln, an effective name reminiscence with ening to do so. The Seine is doing a vast Nattick Mass; 0 S Pierce, Sr, 0 S Pierce,
a prayer pointed to confer with the Department in rallying Bob Ingersoll has recently amount of material damage, but so far, most Jr., M L Gregory, C J Marsh, T W Larrinp
One Christmas eve the monks were en- power. and brother, Boston : R Frank, Chicago ; TY
Washington to change the name of the post- brought out General Sherman,and Ingersollis happily, no accidents to life or limb have S Dawson, Newburyport, Mass; J L Ken-
in of drink-
gaged praiseworthy occupation office. the mouth-piece of Blaine. This casting been reported. From the provinces the accounts dall, Chelsea, Mass; F M Urquhart, Monte I.
ing to the health of the saints, among others We expect soon to have a daily mail via about for a candidate, and grasping at names are all of the same character and vidio, SA; Mrs M Flecking, M Brown,
King Witlaf when just as the clock struck and Ohio; B F Johnson and wife, :Montreal
Hilliard Station. that have an echo of the war in them, is, of constitute one long catalogue of damage Canada James Haughton and wife, Oak-
twelve the Abbot died suddenly with the ;
Several large orange groves have been set course, a confession of weakness. It is the disaster. dale, Mass; 0 Hasbrook, Jr, New York; VP
bowl in his hand. out this season. New houses have been go- craft and cunning ,of .politicians who no Convention. Dawson, John Chipman, Jno B Hopkins, E
But for ing all around us. All of which indicatesa Democratic County Robert Gamble, Jr, John L Hopkins, Talla-
not this their revels
morale that
longer rely on the splendid once
The Democratic voters of the various districts hassee; J S Campbell, York, Pa; BenjaminA
For they jovial cried.monks* Fill forbore.high the goblet! spirit of improvement in our part of Nassau assured the triumph of the Republican party in Nassau county will !meet at the Windsor, Providence, R I ; R B Sandi-
We drink to one saint more." county. OCCASIONAL. The superb enthusiasm that character- places designated by the several committeesfor ford, Mary's Ga; Dr Robt Harrison, Ame-T
Ga James
lia W H Clay ;
ized the in its and life ;
An oil manufacturer The Beat Practical Art Magazine." party younger purer the purpose of electing deligates to a Newcomer and wife, Ohio.
issues a charming has ebbed. Self abased by the worship of a which is hereby calledto t
collection of THE ART AMATEUR for 1881 judging from County Convention ---- ---
poetry under the title "A
Paradise the publisher's announcement, will amply Pagod thing of Sabre sway, it controls the meet at Callahan on Saturday morning List of Letters
Dainty Devices. The book is maintain its high reputation as the best government to-day only through the foulest January 6th 1883,at 10:30 o'clock, to recom- Remaining in the Post-Office Fernandi-
beautifully printed and provided with a practical art magazine" of the day. To an
beautiful abundance of beautiful, full-size working crime in political history. There is not a mend to the Governor for appointment the na, Nassau county, Florida, Dec. 22,181i2.
antique imitation
As regards cards pig-skin cover. designs of painting, embroidery, woodcarving well-informed man in the world but knows following county officers: one Tax Assessor, Persons calling for these letters must say I
plaques, easels and other and other art work, with copious prac- Garfield could not have been elected but by one Tax Collector, one County Treasurer, advertised:
cardboard devices to catch trade, their nameis tical instructions for all classes of amateur
levied by such assessment highwaymen -
money Johnson Solomon
of Public Instruction Bell Laura ,
one Superintendent ,
artists it will continue to add a of
simply legion. profusion
Hubbell and ex-Senator R J Keen Ehry
as Jay Dorsey Commissioners.The Brown, ,
charming illustrations porcelain furniture and two County
George, the English amateur runner, went needle work, and bric-a-brac, together withan of Star Route infamy. Jay Hubbellism and various districts will be allowed the Baker, Mary Ann King Samuel Robert
home on the Servia on Wednesday. Al- Dorsey, Rinna King,
of informa-
endless supply entertaining and Star Route thefts were made possible Richard
though he defeated Myers he felt tion decorative and industrial art. Numerous following representation Davidson, Henry King,
yet sore on only through the sneak-thief instalment of Edwards, Latamo Livingston Annie
his defeat artists' sketches will be publishedas Precinct No. I-Fernandina. 11 delegates.
in the
over ten-mile
handicap by FrankensteinMarcus Newton, 11M. '
of Tilden in 1876
Hayes. The election was
exhibitions will melia 1
usual: the leading be Precinct No. 2A delegate.
little Delaney, who, in this event, made his largely illustrated and piquantly criticised, the cox populi vox Del demand for a changeand Precinct No. 3-3-Bakerville, 2 delegates. :McFoulden L W Lions Olarrer Robinson, TMeany Maggie "t..
first appearance in public as a ten-mile run- and artists of merit will be biographicallynoticed. purification. The "Pagod thing" Precinct No. 4-Coneville, 2 delegates. Govner,, Joseph Ross Lizzie
ner. The entertainment given at Madison A series of beautiful embroidery brought his cannon to,Washington, and the Precinct No. 5-Hart's Road 3 delegates. Gahagan Thos Simmons Patience
from the South l Precinct No. 6-0dom's Branch 4 dele-
Kensington Royal ,
Square Garden, under the auspices of the Horgard John Shay, WilliamThornpsou
debased Republican party hold the Govern- .
School of Art Needlework, and a number of gates.Precinct. F
Manhattan Athletic Club and the )1oseley'Harriers articles of china painting by Miss McLaughlin ment for eight years through fraud and No. 7-King's Ferry, 4 delegates. Hea Izzard en MargretJackson, Julia Vandroft, Henry '
of Birmingham, England, (Mr. of Cincinnati, will be published dunng force. Precinct No. 8-unn's Creek,2 delegates. Susan Williams, DallasNO
George's Club,) was a great success. Amongthe the ;year. It is not too much to declare, with Precinct No. 9-(Jallahan, 6 delegates.
the London Academy (which places it above Precinct No. 1o-L. Higginbothan, 3 del- OFFICE:
spectators were some of the best known, any magazine of the kind in England), that PARIS.To egates.Precinct. John Trison, King's Bluff,'Fla. .
people in town. Among them I met Judge THE ART AMATEUR is a marvel of variety, the Editor of the Mirror. No. 11-Brandy Branch, 3 dele- SAM'JL T. RIDDEt.i uI.' M. 4
Brady, one of the most genial men about beauty, and cheapness." This opinion may .PARIS, December 2, 1882. gates. ,' ,'

town, and as clever as his manners are be readily for. a'verified specimen by copy sending to thirtyfivecents Montague A short time since a man was charged Chairman Nassau County H.Dem.J. BAKES Ex. Com. Puny, weak, and sickly children, '_need

charming.. Said he : "This is the first timeI Marks, Publisher, 23 Union Square, New with embezzling a very large sum of money. J. A. EDWARDS, Secretary. Brown's Iron Bitters. It willstrengthen ,
have seen one of those athletic events York., The subscription price is $4 a year. He had nominally been in the receipt of a Fernandina, Fla.,.Dec.,22, 1882. !. and invigorate them. ., ';



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; YI 1.j,1 THE COUNT 1SmN.f. golden ray' of light fell liked thread of ; 1 't :and Hesitatingly.- ''' jjj ::-1 her misery; not till he knew how helpless

r. f ,across the page and,in the, lambent ;; ",I could 'say so, certainly; butjdo.you he was to do either one or the other.
I J t:: 'Twas nea'r the break of day but still 'ing circles he saw these words again : t : think you would then have any chance ,of He was not a particularly good man, nor
The moon was shining brightly}' When' the ,wicked man turneth', : being accepted iri'the position of a teacher or the matter of that, a particularly bad
1' h.' The west wind as it passed the Cowers from the wickedness that he hath" o for young girls.? I fear not." o-e; man. As a rule strongly marked and
:'i; Set each one swaying lightly; ted, and doeth that which is lawful "I thought I might teach music," she strongly developed characters in men and
The sentry slowly paced to and fro, ,right, he shall save his soul alive.-' saidlooking at him wjththose sadly earn- .women are much more rare than novelists
)pJ "" A'faithful night watch keeping, With 'a sudden" inspiration that. est eyes,, whose gaze he dared not trust himself would have us believe. Most human beings
jot1 G1 'While in ,their tents behind him stretched away all doubt as. a, blast of wind ; !:$ to meet.. "You know I play and sing that is to say most of those we meet,in the
+ \ '1 His comrades; all were sleeping.;; A sweep away afeather; he seized the ; well' enough for that. And at least for a i everyday intercourse of everyday life, are
,h.1 .l ,",, ,and the, words, and.read,qut_the : month,or.twoI can live without doing any- not very wise, or very virtuous or very he-
'lJK'fl fl'11-1\{\1 Slow to and fro the sentry paced, declaration as the subject-matter of his ; thing. I have a little money of my ownonly roic. They have their good qualities and
, .k 'i His musket on his shoulder, intended discourse. fifty pounds it is true; but fifty poundswill their bad. Theyare all more or less selfish,
I But not a thought of death or war Once decided upon, the subject grew go a long way here, and in the mean- foolish, good natured, exacting, and the
i;: Was withthe brave young soldier.Ah grouped itself before him in those time I might look about." rest, and Eustace Keene was not by any
ti ;'; ; : no! his heart was far away forms and colors which mind lends' to "Teach music?" exclaimed the curate as means a hero though he was brave and
f.(' ,: Where, on a Western prairie, gle thought if that mind be any way if struck by sudden thought. "Ah that courteous, fairly intelligent, and tolerably
f,v 4IvV A rose-twined cottage stood. That nightThe lectual. Full of poetic imagination, of reminds me. Our organist left a month ago, unselfish as men go. But Hilary saw himas
, .to! ,.,.I countersign was -Mary." feeling, like a torrent unloosed, the and we have only had a deputy's service only a woman who loves sees the man she
t, quence of this man burst upon his since. The rector, Moreton: ,is away just loves. Certainly, the contrast to her husbandwas
And there his own true love he saw, of thought superb elocution now taking He and that
' i Beauty a summer holiday. gave very great, might in a measure
..a : Her blue eyes"klndly' beaming. ; tense earnestness-these would have me permission to select, in his absence, an have helped the glamour of his attraction
JC ,' Above them, on'her sun kissed prow, minds'far stronger-hearts'far more organist, if I found any one suitable for the for her, but she had placed him on a very ':of
.c Her curls like sunshine gleaming. intellects far more calculating, appointment. The salary is small. only high pedestal indeed, when he flung him '
"1..'ta And heard her singing, as she churned' scrupulous, than those te which GO, he had added another 10 to the actual self from it to her feet, and there confessed
'::'i',' Her butter in the dairy, pealed. The man's own earnestness sum, "but there is the chance of teach- his own folly and showed hers. '
of The song she loved the best. That" night belief in what he1 uttered-that most ing at the hall, and one or two good familiesin The hands dropped from her face now as I
t. .. .f The countersign, was Mary. spell of all oratory, whatever its neighborhood. Would this suit you?" she remembers that scene. i|
41 he was like a current carrying the But I know so little of the organ," she She had done her best ; she had been .......
of. : Oh for ohO'kiss from her! sighed, '
the listeners along with it as mere said brave .
coloring faintly. even though her heart seemed breaking
: When the lone
,,- ,t '" up form glancing, streams. "Your musical talents are very great, I but she could not deny that she loved
slender little
spied a There were tears in many eyes, there remember," said Mrf.Eyre, "and I could ,him and though she had forbidden such
; With faltering steps advancing; and,strange emotions stirring in give some lessons. I learned the words from his
,' And as it neared him silently new you organ lips, they met again and yet
' He at it in wonder hearts, as-the-thrilling voice painted long ago. and have, always kept up my prac- again, with that fatal secret in their throb-
:,'; gazed ; soul-felt earnestness the horrors of tice. I think there will be no difficulty bing hearts. Then, at last, the promise she
Then his musket to his hand
dropped ,?" deadly perils of life, the agony, shame about that; if only you would care"- had exacted was forgotten, and the witnessto
;: And challenged, Who goes yonder ery remorse, ,which bears the erring "-Care!''she interrupted hastily. "I woulddo i that passionate interview, the hearer of

,* 'r Still on it came. Not one step more, along to that saving portal of peDiu> ; anything-anything! I only want to those wild words had been her own hus-
which stands, through whose earn bread to be free
' ; Be you, man, child or fairy, Hope ; my own honorably band.
Unless you give tle countersign, golden gleam of the- great city comes and untroubled, and at peace, if that is pos- Then the terrible climax came. Maddenedby
,Halt? Who goes there?" "'Tis Mary," ant and pure and rich with every sible for me now. How can I thank you his accusations, enraged by his threats
, J ". .' 1 A'Sweet voice cried, and in his arms Presently the voice sank and ceased, enough ?" she left his roof-the world said with her
1 c- The girl he left behind him ing, as it were, into the closing dusk No thanks are necessary," he said almost lover-but she alone knew that the last man
Half fainting fell. O'er many mileS evening shadows, dying like a chord coldly. I am only too happy to be who would hear of her action, or ever learn
She'd bravely toiled to find him. sic that softly haunts its own of any service to you. Well, we may consider her present whereabouts was the man who
echoes. the matter settled? After all, it is had brought this sea of trouble. upon her
.; "I heard that you were wounded, dear There came a pause, a hush, a better than the governess scheme. You will,
She sobbed; my heart was breaking; then the sound of the organ broke be more independent, and the vexed ques- life.She dreaded with an inexpressible dread
I could not stay a moment, but, I the twilight stillness, and two dim tion of references may be unheeded. You' that she might some day see him again. A
All,other ties forsaking, looked up at a white-robed figure it shall have your first lesson this afternoon if fierce intolerable shame consumes her at
'I I traveled, and by my grief made strong, ana was lost; to sigut., you like to come to the church at four the thought of him,.and,his for her. Noth-
". Kind heaven watching o'er me, The scattered groups passed out o'clock." ing could alter these facts-that she knew
..I Until-unhurt and well?" Yes, love," the quiet churchyard, and made He rose somewhat hurriedly. He did not only too well-but she prayed with her
"-At last you stood before me. eral ways homeward. The last notes : want to hear her thanks, to read the grati- whole soul n the prayer, that never again
organ died away, the,light in the tude and relief in her face; but when she I might they meet, never again might the fas-
They told me that I could not pass extinguished; then, ,the' ,little side gave him her hand and in low broken,words cination of his presence come with its force
The lines to find my lover' opened, and the tall figure of the tried to'thank him, his self-command was of tempting to her broken heart.
Before day fairly came; but I came out. He looked round as if ; sorely tried. Brusquely, almost roughly, he The scent of the roses stole softly to her
'Pressed on e'er night was over. antly.Standing. stopped her,and muttering something about now as the summer wind stirred among the
". r And as I told my name I found under the heavy parish business, took up his hat and left the bushes. She heard far up in the clear bright
The way free as our prairie," great yew tree was tia woman-the cottage. air the glad music of a lark's sweet song,
Because, thank God 1 to-night," he said, whose late entrance into the church Hilary Laughton stood by the win- but she only covered her face with her
"" The countersign is Mary." tracted his attention and distr dow and watched him as he Oren hands and cowered back, faint and sick and
-Army and Navy Journal. thoughts., down the narrow graveled path, bordered weary of life and hating all the loveliness
She _stood,.quite_ motionless, her_ with cloves, carnations, and many colored and music of the summer time as all and
." WHEN THE WICKED MAN. clasped together, her lace lifted, ana ;. pinks, whose scents reached where she heavy laden hearts do hate that which is so
earnest expectant look upon it. stood. bright and glad in contrast to themselves.
When the wicked man "- He came straight toward her,and ; What a good man he is," she said to "If only I could die now!"she prayed, as
N j The Rev. Christopher Eyre, as he stood at out bis hand in greeting. ''I herself with a heavy sigh. Oh, if I had the hot tears trickled through her clasped
",the reading desk and repeated that familiar It is long since we met," he said only listened to him years ago, how differ- fingers.
formula with which he had opened morn- "but I have not forgotten you, and ent my life might be now?" And the scent of the roses and the song
; ing and evening service for a good ten years you have not forgotten me." It is an awful thing, that looking back on of the bird which soared to the cloudless
was suddenly conscious of a very secular She gave him her hand as readily life and seeing what is by the light of what summer sky, had no sweetness and no rap-
past interruption to the elevated and serious extended his own. might have been. An awful thing to think ture, nor any memory for her save one of
tenure of his own thoughts.It "No," she said, I have not that we have made one grand mistake of it pain which nothing seemed to ease-to
was a warm summer evening, the lightwas you. I was surprised to see you all, and that never, never again can we rectify which nothing promised comfort.
streaming in through the stained glass Chance has brought me hither. I the error or change the lot we once
windows of the beautiful old church in the one-not a soul in the place; it all blindly and wilfully chose as best.- CHAPTER III.
: ;' remote and somewhat uninteresting parish strange, so cold, so unfriendly, till I This was the case with Hilary Laughtonnow. Time moved on, and its passage was
J,' of'St. Mary Thorpe. The choir-a recent up and saw you." Her life had lain before her bright, marked by nothing of much interest to Hil-
'I His heart one quick throb, smiling she found herself
innovation of the Rev. Christopher's-were gave prosperous-now ary Laughton.The .
.. ., -- -"-"---aIt in'thcirpittces, clean, rosy-cheeked, robed face was calm and unmoved. The memo't friendless and alone, an outcast from the so- organ lesson had been given daily,
in spotless garments, and full of rustic im- ness and friendliness of his regard ciety where she had reigned, suspected by and she was thankful enough for any occu-
portance. The old verger, who combinedthe comfort her with that wordless her husband, banished from her luxurious pation which took her out of herself and her
duties of sexton as well, was moving which is so sweet to feel, and which home with no bright prospects of any kindto own sad thoughts. Quick and apt at most
I slowly and heavily up the aisle, and following no outward expression. gladden liar dark lot,,and with no hopeto things, and possessed of great musical abili-
;' him was the secular object who was re- "Are you alone, then? he ameliorate the bitterness of her position. ties, she made rapid progress in her study of
.sponsible for the Rev.Christopher's momen- gently.A Certainly she had only herself to blame, ,the instrument, and spent long hours in
tary confusion of mind. He was holding deep, hot flush colored her pale ; but that made the trouble no easier to bearit practice.Christopher. '
his head well up and looking straight down her lips quivered. never does, I think to the bearers- Eyre knew that his rector
a 'I, and over the well-filled church, for the Rev. I am alone-alone and in heavy though people seem to take peculiar pleasure would have no fault to find with her profi-
p Christopher was a popular minister of St. That is why I am glad to see you. in impressing them with the fact, as if it ciency by the time he returned and en-
Mary Thorpe; and as the familiar words a clergyman, and you are a good held untold consolation. couraged her devotion to the art as much as
left his lips he met the clear, sad gaze of a know, and you were so kind to I think I should like to go into a sister- he possibly could.
ff i woman, advancing with a peculiar, graceful Will you let me tell you of my hood," murmured Hilary,vaguelyas she still For him, alas these lessons and his constant -
1, ,motion to the pew whither the old verger lieve me, I would not ask it of you if stood looking wistfully out at the cottage intercourse with this woman were
was leading the way. that I had one other human creature garden. "I know there are such thingsnow producing fatal results. Human nature is _...
', -t' : The hesitation between the beginning and face of this wide earth to whom I without turning Roman Catholic. I human still under the garb of priesthood.
1' the continuation of that sentence was so turn. But I am quite helpless and wonder if Mr. Eyre would know. But then, He had told himself that his bride was the
slight that few, if any of the congregation alone." I suppose, one would want money again.Oh church, that the weakness of love should
.. noticed it, accustomed as the feminine portion The rich, beautiful voice broke as the wretched, blank dreariness of my never enter into his heart and drive from
s! ,. were to hang on the words, looks, gestures sound of tears. life now ; and -to think that all the future thence the lofty desires, the high commun-
J and manners of the handsome curate. His eyes looked at her's with will be like this, all the to-morrows as to- ings, the soul-felt ecstacies of a faith which
As a rule, curates always are adored by the and earnest feeling. days.: Heaven help me ; how am I to bearit was felt and worshiped as if divine. The .
female members of their flocks. To this "Tell me whatever you wish, ?" shackles of that body he had been wont to
:rule, the Rev. Christopher was no excep- I will walk home with you, and She sank on the chair by the window, disregard now clasped like bonds of fire
.. 'ion. He had received a surfeit of it in his speak to me as we go""Home and bowed her face on her hands. Her around him-the fetters of the flesh were
time, notwithstanding that he was inclined !I" thoughts went back just for the scene of chaining him in sure captivity and he
to take an aesthetic view of life; that he di- The awful bitterness and despair one year-to a summer time like this. It groaned in spirit as he thought; of it, and
lated on the obligation of celibacy for the word as it left her lips"startled him." was a very pretty scene they showed her; a marveled what could be done to save or res-
clergy, and was an earnest and somewhat "I have no home" she said. garden party at Chiswick, a crowd of fashion cue him from temptation.
'stern-minded, who looked upon women left my husband. : and beauty and rank and wealth, and moving Avoid her; flee from her presence; that
,t AS very weak vessels indeed. The sudden flush on the curate's amid it all she saw herself surroundedby was all! But circumstances declared all
The service meanwhile went on. The red some face was vivid as that which a a crowd of flatterers and idlers, acceptingtheir that to be impossible. He could not give
;And gold and purple lights of the windows before had lit in her own. attention in her usual cold, listless! up his curacy without due notice or satis-
were thrown in fitful gleams across the faces They had moved on as she spoke, fashion and then a voice asking permissionto factory reason. He was a favorite in the
"t of the congregation, but to Rev. Christopher was walking by her side. He was introduce some one, and her own careless parish, a favorite with his rector who had
I. it seemed as if all the light and glory of the tled to speak, and after a moment's assent. even insisted upon his sharing the vicarage
place centered on one drooping head,and lit she went on rapidly, and with an She had scarcely looked up, she had felt with him, and for five years he had lived
i up,the sorrowful wonder of two deep soft impulsive utterance which made no interest. What was one man more than there busy, happy and content. And now
eyes which had rested in startled recognition somewhat disconnected, or would another to her now ? But somehow the all this was over, because the fatal spell of a
on his own. Stern zealot and disciplinarian made it so to any one who followed new-comer had established himself by her woman's presence had come between him
I as he was, the curate found it out that clew to her nature and side, and gradually succeeded in thawingher and his work-between him and his God,he
I hard work to keep his gaze from that pale which this man possessed.II'Vhen indifference After a while she beganto told himself bitterly.Of .
sweet face-to concentrate his thoughts on you met me in wonder at her own interest in his conver- all these feelings, however, Hilary was
I the service which time had rendered so easy saved my life among those awful sation, at her own participation in the jests serenely unconscious. Love makes egotistsof
,; of remembrance that the lips and mind tains, you told me of the folly I was and remarks that came so readily to his most people and she was too much engrossed -
'; \ Ii 1 ,scarce needed to move in unison. Wrong it to do. You said there were bounds lips. He had been in the army ; he had with her own sorrows to give more
was undoubtedly, and wrong he felt it to be, a daughter's obedience, and that I traveled much ; he knew life in many than an occasional grateful thought to the
{ 'but the feeling in no way rendered thecom- suredly repent what I told you I phases ; he was well informed,quick-witted, man, whose life, although she knew it not,
., :bat easier. solved upon. I was obstinate, you ; agreeable. All this she told herself when was becoming wrapped up in her own.
Something had stirred his memory to I would not listen-no matter now. I she left him-all this, alas was the begin- So one month of the summer-time passedon
quick pain ; something had stolen across not tell my reasons to you, and- ning of an end she could not have even and another began, and Mr. Eyre beganto
I" the slumberous calm of his life; and as the a man and a woman ever look at imagined to have been in the bounds of possibility notice, with a pang sharp as inward pain
.i soft dusk dimmed the old church windows, thing in the same light? I think then. could make it, that Hilary's face grew whiter
r E! and the pale evening light showed him the were right-of course you were right. After a time meetings had grown more and thinner day by day; that the anguish of
upturned earnest faces, they all seemed to bitterly unhappy, but I bore my life frequent, and friendship became an estab- the spirit was preying on the flesh ; that,try
t r' fuse and melt into one vivid glow of remembrance I could, and lived on. Theyears lished word between' them-that treacherous as she might to fulfill her duties to be cheer-
j' I and then fade and pass away, leaving I and gone-ah, me I is it a lifetime, friendship which some writer has de- ful in his presence, the, shadows of suffering
\ him face to face with a great trouble and four years I have lived? Time says ; clared an impossibility between a man anda grew heavier and more distinct. It wrung
+ 1' .& fierce unrest. my heart-she laid her hand upon woman: unless they are three-score yearsof his heart as he noticed it, and with all his
I" ; The rich, deep tones of his voice had not som with a wild and passionate age, because one is sure to give more than knowledge of that soul-sickness, that rebellion
faltered the I the other and the to fall under affliction which his almost daily
once or quivered. Steadily, earnestly my heart tells me it is other. bargain is sure
i had the service been carried through. best. I tried to see in duty what was through. experience of life and death had taught him,
'Now he crossed the space from the altar to den by all softer feelings, to school : This bargain had fallen through most lamentably he braced up his energies to soothe and com-
,, J, ,( 'the pulpit, and mounted the stairs, and so patience, forbearance. Alas! I had Hilary had awakened to the fort her. It was terrible work he soon found,
':stood for a moment looking far away over lesson to learn, and it taught me fact that she loved Eustace Keene with all for sorrow had made her reckless and often
t x E the heads that were bowed in waiting rever-1 I month what all the years before had her heart and soul, and he-well, he had bitter, and sheturned: away with a shudder
4 pence for the prayer that trembled on his taught, and what all the years to been attracted the moment his eyes restedon from his words of a possible peace to be
,' lips. never teach again. the beautiful pale face which looked so found, of a higher, purer life to DC lived of
'; As it ceased, as the stir and flutter subsided Her voice broke suddenly. She ; weary and so tired, even amid the brilliancyand this world not being the "be-all and end-
': as the attentive faces turned to' him, her face with her hands, and stood gaiety of the scene around. He had all of our existence.
eager for the words of his text-prepared to I,I bling with agitation which watched her from a distance, though he I am not a good woman," she once said
}r, o 'revel in the eloquence that was so natural overpower her self-control at any knew that she was not free. The fact had passionately. Do not preach to me unless
to him as the commonest speech is to most He laid his hand upon her arm, not troubled him much at first; not till you wish me to hate you. I am weak and
wt( 'nien-the same strange hesitation seized voice came calm and gentle and that face began to haunt him ; not till the sinful, I know. You cannot tell me that
.him. His sermons were always extempore, 1 i I ing to her ear. woman who owned it came between him'. more plainly than I tell it to myself; but I
i 'but he usually thought out and considered "I can guess what you mean ; and all the amusements and occupations oi cannot help it. :My life has been unhappy
.J H ibis first subject. He had done so to-day, trouble to tell me." his life; nor till the sympathy and compassion almost always. How can I think it fair or
i but. now all ideas of the sermon he had Intended She dropped her hands and he had felt for her, when he.saw how just, or for a best, as you say? Oh it is
+; to preach fled away and grew misty : his face. Her eyes 'saw 'nothing her husband neglected and slighted her in so easy to talk-so easy 1 But when your
.and confused. kindly sympathy. They could not every possible way, merged into one fierce, heart is breaking when you look out on
,N He opened the.Bible before him, and one agony of the soul-the awakened impulsive longing to aid or save her from life and see nothing but a blank, bitter deaIt -

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olation, how can you think it best?. WhatI tally ignorant of your whereabouts, and to a hero, and worshiped him with all her last: farewell. "They are reconciled. They well? She asked what was 'lawful- d'

feel I say. However shocked you are, I when he had cooled down he gave out that tender, passionate, loving heart' : will.be better.friends in the future: He will right,' and it seemed only-this. *{f"* '
am telling you the plain truth. I could not you'bad gone to your mother.: I have tried Of course she was to blame, and of course understand her, and she will be 'more tolE'rAs for me--By Riter," in All the Fear
deceive you any more than I could cheat! all sorts of means to trace you, and all in she richly deserved all her sufferingjand'ofcourse ant and patient with him. Have I done Round. '
myself." vain, and.now to think that, when'J least she had behaved)like a perfect idiot. ---,-_ ;
I know It is hard, terribly hard," he an- expected it, I should have stumbled across I am not taking her part excusing: her fora
swered in that low rich voice of his that you here 1"Something single moment, but'as Idng as human nature -- .

Bvnipatby filled with even sweeter music in the tone, in the altered is weak and erring, and Imperfect, these .'.\ I y.

than nature had bestowed. "All life is moreor manner, brought the blood back to Hilary's mistakes of sentiment and impulse will !

less. But the pain would grow less sharp, cheek She raised her head proudly."I wreck and ruin lives.. Weare. not machinesto :1
believe me, if you would bend to the rod, left my husband because he insulted be regulated and set to a'certain routineof : i ii

not rebel against it." mc,'\she said. : "I think he knows that well thought and action,'and the undisciplinedfiery THE

"It will never grow less sharp," she said, enough." ,passionate enthusiasts-the people who i
with a sudden sob in her throat. BecauseI It was all ray fault," went on Eustace want to live their lives riot merely stagnant, U

have done this:do you think I am not in Keene rapidly) ; "I had no right to draw to revel in extremes of joy, and drink the BESt

my heart longing, longing always that had you into such-a scrape. I was selfish. I cup of bliss as Fate holds it to their eager -. ,.

not?" forgot myself, I would give everything in lips-these are they who suffer most, err j jw
Don't say that for heaven's sake." he the world nOw to atone for the wrong. Can most, and perhaps repent most. ,

entreated. You little know what it is to I-is there any way in which I can help .

me.. you?" CHAPTER nr. :Ot i.'s

Because you are so good," she said un- Hilary's heart had grown colder and colder They Calm and coldstrangelycalm .. '.

consciously. "Ah, yes 1 I knew it long,ago. as he went on. It felt heavy as a stone in indeed parted.-Hilary Laughton took her
You had better hear my confession, she her breast now. Where were the love, the way
homeward. What had come to her? she
went on with sudden bitterness. The ardor, the passion of this man, who had wondered mechanically. A sort of numbness TIRE
thoughts I nourish and cherish in my own knelt at her feet a brief while before and de- .
those I clared he could not live his life without : was upon her now ; every emotion
heart are black and dangerous ;
seemed dumb and paralyzed-it was a sen-
speak out seem in some way a safety valve her? I and
sation utterly She
utterly new strange.
for wickedness. Do you know I often Ah there is a crueler pain than to lose I
my not grieved, or even much [
angry very J JThe
the first what love death. It is to that love
think'of that sermon you preached we by see troubled; she only felt cold and passive, as
night I went into the church here; how you in naked, cruel reality, as it is, stripped of if a long race were over, a long battle won,
pointed out that the wicked, the most sinful the glamour of romance with which we have and even .the consciousness of victory was

the most depraved, might yet turn awayand invested it-an ideal no longer, but a living powerless to gratify the weary conqueror.She .
do what is' lawful and right.' What reality that mocks us with the attributes our walked up the cottage garden and into

would be lawful and 'right for me to do? fancy gave it once and puts to shame all our her own little sitting room, and then became

Can you tell me that?" fond beliefs. I conscious of a tall, dark figure advancingto .-
Yes," he answered simply; "to go backto Such an experience as this came to Hilary meet her.

your husband, to confess your fault-for Laughton at this moment as by a lightningflash I am sorry, but I forgot to tell you this people generally get that which they make a market for. They demanded better

your you have life been out bravely in fault,, you unflinchingly know-and, live for worshiped she saw with revealed all her to foolish her the, passionate man she postponed afternoon that till"-the choir practice has been newspapers, and within the last few years journalism has made rapid strides. ,, t

(duty's sake." heart; saw hint as he was, not as she had The voice broke suddenly off. THE TIMES, which, from the day of its first issue, took place in the front rank of

corn-field She paused through suddenly which in the they midst had of been the the pictured sufferings him.she The had sacrifice borne she.it had these made were, Mr.Good Eyre,God starting! what out has of happened al self-control?" cried as progressive journalism, has kept along at the double-quick step, and at this time is ..'

walking and faced him in utter amazement. as nothing in comparison with that revela- I his eyes rested on the white face, the strange, ';:
i What I Do that 1 Go back to him after tion. She could almost have laughed at her : black unseeing

what he said-after what he believes! Impossible own blindness, her utter folly. Did he re- She, put her hand eyes.to her head in a dizzy, A BETTER NEWSPAPER THAN.. .. EVER. ;-
what he had been to
I could not. alize-ever so faintly-
bewildering fashion, and sunk back into the
You asked me what you ought to do," her, this man who now offered her the insult chair by the window. **

answered. Eyre. "I have told you. You of help, the pretense of compassion for I am not quite well, I think," she said 1.
parted in hot anger-he misjudged you, thatis all the wrong he had himself inflicted. Love faintly. Then a sharp,odd little laugh left It is a journal that never sleeps and never takes a holiday. As there are 365 days, so :

true anough. But can you blame him so had stolen upon her unawares. In the wear- her lips. "I have met a friend since I left there are 365 issues of THE TIMES in a year. The week-day edition of THE TIMES 5s
wretchedness of her life she had
very much ? He loved you very dearly iness and she continued. It was a surprise."
once. I know that by what I saw in Switz- been beguiled to believe in happiness suchas you He, faced her, his cold, stern gaze bent on of four pages, being in a form suitable for the busy man or the busy woman. The Sunday

erland, and you-you married him withouta had filled the dreams of her girlhood, suchas her with a compelling force that made her edition, of eight pages, contains a great deal of the best miscellany as well as all the news..
thought or care, save that of passive indif could never visit her again. And her love
been senti- own answer it. The editorial strength of THE TIMES need not to be dwelt the fact that it is
ference. Of course you were not quite a free -wrong in one yet a "You have seen that man ?" he interro upon;
agent in the matter-that I know-and of ment holy and pure, debased by no selfish- gated. quoted more than any ,other paper in America is sufficient evidence of its excellence in,

! your subsequent married life I can say noth- ness of passion, deep-rooted, and full of trust, She did not answer, but neither did she that direction. Nor need the be
typographical superiority more mentioned for it 5s
I this love cast back at her feet, withno ,
ing. It could not have been happy, am and was deny so he took silence for consent, and '
only too sure ; but you should have remembered warning, with no subtleties of excuse. went ;on rapidly. widely known as "the handsomest paper in the country."

that you vowed truth and honor and The blow hit straight to the very roots of Has he dared to follow-to persecute-"

obedience to him, and"- her nature. It made her hard and cold as "Oh no," she interrupted hastily. "It

Oh, for pity's sake, hush )1" she cried iron, but it could not still the bitterness of was quite accidental, I assure you. One of

wildly. You talk as if I were an automaton shame and disappointment, the inward those meetings in which you good people

-a machine to be regulated, not a crea- agony which throbbed in every vein. see the workings of Providence, and we bad
ture of flesh and blood, to feel, to love, and "You are very kind," she said, answeringhim the mischief of fate!r'
suffer. Oh, God if you only for one moment at last, and drawing herself up with "Do not speak like that," he said roughly, ::THE PHILADELPHIA WEEKLYES :: i

knew what it was to love as I Have haughty composure. "I need no help. I almost harshly. Why are you trifling .

done, to be tempted as I have been "- am very well and happy." with wrong in this foolish manner, after ,

Her voice broke, she covered her face with "But what do you intend-why" have you what you have told me of this man-of your a
her hands and shuddered from head to foot. chosen to act like this? he said somewhat own feelings-" .
know that
drew confusedly. you must "Don't know what I have told she
Mr. Eyre his breath sharply ; his you
face grew deadly white. For a second his a position results in so equivocal the future.can If only you had produceevil Only .went in on the same listless, strange way. Covers a distinct field. Into THE WEEKLY goes the cream of the daily issues, and,at

eyes flashed on her with a look that would told me"You--" But please forget it all, as you might do the same time it contains matter especially adapted to the wants of readers in every part '
have betrayed his secret had she met it. But bitter and any other poor penitent's confession. Everything .
she did not, and after an instant's silencehis intense on I" her There voice was that a scorn it cut-so short his is at an end. I-I have seen the of America. It circulates, as A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY JOURNAL, in every State.

voice seemed cold and quiet as ever as words. '. Why should I have told you anything error of my ways. Are you not glad? You I and Territory, and it has subscribers in every part of the world.
he went on speaking. ought to be. 1 remember you said : When
.1 "No human being is quite capable of Mr. Keene? I think"you can scarcely the wicked man turneth away from the iniquity The leading feature of THE WEEKLY is the "

judging another," he said gently. "Noneof know what you are saying.?" he said he hath committed ;' well, would it
Have hurriedly
forgotten ,
you not hold.good in the case of the 'wicked wo
but weak
us are aught imperfect erring and his looked back to hers with the
calm I will eyes man' also?" it- LL
" There
creatures. yourself. say caressing tenderness of old. She shudderedand A1 TNALS: F' THE: : -vv.A.EI.: ;
[ no more on this subject to-day. I seem to turned A little hysterical laugh escaped lips. .
yet paler.
be always lecturing you, and it is not my Stop !" she said, the past is over and Then Christopher Eyre saw only a white,
wish. Perhaps in your place I should have done with. Do not allude to it again. Thereis still form lying back on the chair, and the
acted just the same as you have done. Who blood rushed back to his heart for an instant
for sin. Do This embraces of unwritten history contributed
no excuse my foll-for my of agonized fear-an instant the like department chapters by prominent ,
She looked up at him then, with that look not shame me further still. We made well a of which he had never known, and never actors in the War of the Rebellion, and it has become a recognized depository of such
mistake That know
great as
of anguish:: in her eyes that he so dreaded to asI. For the future our paths you will lie far would know again in his life. matters, whether from Northern or Southern sources. THE ANNALS will be kept fully
see. He knew the conflict that it foretold. Emotional and excitable women can not .
enough apart. From this hour, if we meetat to the high standard of former :
"Thank she murmured in such of feeling cannot up years.
you, softly. all, it must be as strangers." indulge excesses ...
*' Yes; I think you have said enough for live through days and weeks of such intense
"Strangers::) be said, and a :momentaryflash
Let home and think it." mental had been Laugh- .
to-day. me go over suffering as Hilary .
lit his "Absurd! We can ne'erbe .
{ She gave him her hand, and he clasped it eye. Were ton's fate, without nature exacting some .i 4
and I.
I you you any ,
with friendliness-with outward in return. : /tl
gentle no payment
other woman would have come to .
j display of the emotion that was throbbingin you me Physical prostration of the most abject
and trusted me, not'made me look like a TBRMS. E
his heart at that light touch. kind' followed the ordeal through which ] :
fool, and placed yourself in a position so
"God be with you," he said, using the she had to struggle and from which she had ..
equivocal. Now the world gh'es'you the
oldest and truest form of that Good-by come out an infinitely sadder and wiser wo '; .'If f
credit for doing what you seem to have done, ,.,
we utter so carelessly.And man. How the days passed and lengthened
and I- I have no to refute or to shield
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beauty of her face. "but I fail to see that you generous could have 'shielded' languor of returning reason, she seemed to THE WEEKY TIMES-Fifty-six columns of the choicest reading, especially preparedto
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thankful that I have to bear the folly
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the next instant her face had whiteas out her hand.
grown and
rious fashion, called his love by its true
death she started shot had Address all letters and other communications to
; as if a pistol name, what was left for him to do? A monthof Arthur, is it you. <
struck her, for bending down to speak to the absence, and he had begun to think thatit The. figure rose and came toward her.

girl by whose side he rode, she saw Eustace would have been a terrible scandal, and Yes, Hilary," said a voice-a voice which -JIE3EJrr1llES: : : : ::
Keen seemed struggling between shame and grief ,
congratulated himself on an escape. A false
The start, the stifled cry she gave, attracted step is irretrievable. He had just been saved and penitence. TIMES BUILDING, CHESTNUT AND EIGHTH STREETS, '
his notice. He looked and saw her. and "How came you here! she asked faintly. ., :
from one, though he felt ashamed and '* -
The party rode on. Hilary staggered before her, .though some faint rem- :Mr. Eyre sent for me," he answered. I .. ," PIHlLAI>ELPIIIASZEK'D ':. .4
back against the low hedge, sick and cold angry nants of the old sweet days remained in his -upon my soul, Hilary, I dont know how i I.t:! ,,\1: r
with the sudden shock of that unexpected to put it-I did not think you would have '. "t. ;)
and at her ,those
memory rang up presence
meeting.The feelings were but evanescent as the light ofa taken our quarrel so seriously. Of course I **- FOR A SPECIMEN COPY-Q. : ,.
moments whirled along. Were they dying ember that flickers into sudden know you were not altogether in the right >
many or few? She could not tell. Then flame at a breath, and then sinks back to but I was a brute to accuse you as I did.. I
the dull quick beat of the can't all this
horse-hoofs blackness and expires. suppose you ever forgive me
sounded again-one rider this time and com- There is a wide difference between man's and all that you have gone through. I have

ing straight towards herself. She had scarcely love and a woman's. Indeed, it is difficultto heard of it all from Eyre and it makesme
time to master that thought it ashamed of myself and I-"
ere was ,
of either without JOHNSON'SINDIAN
judge a thorough DR. CLARK
stifled under the mad she asked !
wild What what ?
joy of an actual knowledge of its nature and its inner work- are you saying
presence, and time and place and earth ings. Eustace Keene had not meant to be bewildering by his words, his strange agita-

seemed merged into one hazy dimness, out selfish. He had been prepared to make the tation.
of whose shadows looked back to her own possible sacrifice for the woman he I am asking. you to forgive me if you BLOOD SYRUP
the face of the. greatest "
man loved. loved but she bad ignored his intentions can, he said humbly.
"Is it it I who
you-really you? To forgive you J But was was
and passed out of his life as suddenly -
That was all he said, having thrown him- in wrong-I who was so foolish and wicked.
if she had had
self off his horse and reached her side and as inexplicably, as no "You were nothing of the sort," he an- Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, P
in it.
now, standing there before her held her place or part swered. Even if you had been, deserved Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its t
hands in his and looked down at her face Wounded pride, anger, jealousy, and inability it. I was a very bad husband to you, I Kidneys, .
with eager wondering eyes. to comprehend her motives or herself, know, and you were so young and beautifuland efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and tr

"Yes," she answered below her breath. all these, bad worked upon his nature and exposed to such temptations, I could it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man.
his heart and common sense had bade him pronounce
How did you come here? not blame you now bad yon-There, I
"How? listen to the warnings of prudence, and had have said I rough fellow and
Fate, I suppose. Good Heaven my say. am a t t
to think of meeting you again Do you placed beside all the good thing she would not good at speechifying. Shall bygones be GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. t tt
and troubles he would "
know what have lost the worries and will 'to-forget?
you did to me by going off like I by-gones, you try
that? Do you know what you gave me to have to encounter-the poor fragile rewardof She laid her hands in his, and the tears Trade Mark.

bear? How I have searched YOU 1 Tell me, a woman's love. Only a woman after all? I rolled down her thin, white cheeks. .aeAGENTSWANTED_ ,+
that Was the game worth the candle-the toy I Heaven bless for 1 M
Hilary, why you went off in mysterious you your generous par-
fashion. Did want to ruin worth the cost? In love, as in any other don,'" she said. sell it.
you yourself en- ? West Third St. New York City. Druggists
tirely?" emotion, when reason begin to argues against I have fought the fight out to the bitter Laboratory 77 ,

I-I hardly know," she said faintly. impulse, the end is not far off. end," said Christopher Eyre one gray chilly. CEDAKTOWJT, GA., June 20th, 1881.
I had an explanation with yourwithMr. Eustace Keene was only an ordinary man ; autumn day, as he stood bareheaded at the Fever and short trial of
sick with a your
Laughton," he went on rapidly. I there was nothing very bad,or very good, or vicarage gates and watched the rolling Dr. Clark JoAwon:-My children were them. ,

don't suppose he believed me, but at last I very noble about him as I have said before. wheels of a fast disappearin g carriage from Indian Blood Syrup completely cured RUDIE CA"TR. ; err

convinced him that I, like himself, was to- Only a foolish woman had glorified him in- which a woman's. face had looked" out in a -45. t' s....'

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.y- i j : THE FLORIDA 1 IIOi THE:BOND DEFEAT.We the present Constitution which they are time that had intervened between the time and one who has served:: his flock for so long
., congratulate the people of Fernandinaupon willing to announce, and noamendmeuts in when the losses were 'suffered and the date a time faithfully, a kind and Christian weld

''+''' ''1 ru the result of the bond election, held view, a convention would be an absurd expense of the adjudication. The judgments were come wherever he, from circumstances of
rendered and they came up here. The Sen- life, may be called or locate,
!fc. SATURDAY, DECEMBER SS, 1888.d last Monday. The result was due to the to be incurred.- ator from Ohio, not long since the Secretaryof to be aU of a Christian and knowing a gentleman him.

!,j ij) r'f v',' very general discussion, of the project and Those who have most earnestly advocateda the,Treasury [Mr. Sherman], well knowsall With this, dear brother, we bid you a Christian

ii: :i THE EAST FLORIDA CLAIMS the overpowering reasons which presented Constitutional Convention have simply about these claims, because I have no good-bye, and may the choicest bless-
t! doubt they were pressed before his consideration rest
art: I ;: We publish in another column the remarks themselves to all minds why such a suicidal looked to it as a means to an end, and that while he was there; but following I ,ings prayer of on your you late and charge.yours, is the fervent

: **' measure should be defeated. The discussionwas end the adopting such substantial amend- the of his illustrious
t made by Senator Jones upon the East footsteps predecessorsand Upon motion it was resolved that these
:' ',' ., :. Florida claims in a debate which, occurred quite as earnest and as thorough among ments to the Constitution as would make it the usage of the Department, that the resolutions be forwarded to our late brother
{- our colored'fellow-citizens as the more acceptable ,ttf ':the people and United States is always presumed to pay its Rev. John Alston ; a copy be furnished for
.1 : upon a bill pending, to refer what are known, : among more debts, when these judgments rendered by publication, and one be
,;: 't. as the French Spoliation Claims to the Court white property-holders, and without distinction beneficial its operations. The very pointat the courts of the United States in conformity minutes of the church.copy .. spread on the

.:, v : of Claims. The Senator's vigilant eye was of race ror party, the bond projectwas issue in the. public mind is what with a solemn provision of a public treaty RICHARD WILKERSON,

i';i* .{ '- 1 directed to what seemed an implied reflection voted down by a. vote of two hundred amendments are necessary, and how to between the United States and Spain came JOSEPH ARGOT,
: G and eighty-nine"votes cast Against Bonds to obtain them and discussion up here, in which the rights of.the partieswere SOL. WASHINGTON,
: upon the nature of the Florida Claims, public can fixed and settled in strict accordance REUBEN WALKER

i' .; "..1 I and he took the occasion to vindicate nine For Bonds. The election showed that best direct an intelligent attention to with the treaty, a Secretary of the Treasury, HENRY BRUCE, ,

.i 7" : these claims in his usual clear and impressive the people, with an almost unanimous vote, the amendments -proposed. The suggestionof :Mr. Woodbury, a name venerated and respected Committee on behalf of Church.

t I ,,: way. The East Florida Claims, unlike were against any scheme for loading the the Commercial would give color to the not only Democratic circles but Fernandina, Fla., December If, 1882.
"'< throughout the land, took the ground that
:(. ., : the French claims, have 'already been city, with debt. charge which has been made, without foun- he would pay part of those judgments and IT is not necessary to pick our words in

"r' adjudicated upon, and an award made by The "people of Fernandina were as one dation, we believe, that some radical changeswere the other part he would not pay ; and there mentioning the Philadelphia Times, the

;; the tribunals authorized by Congress. It man on this question. We hail the resultas contemplated. Before a convention that part stands to-day unsatisfied, a stigma prospectus of which journal appears in an-

only remains for Congress,or rather the Executive an evidence that the people can berelied, assembles its members should be preparedfor and a disgrace to this Government as I other column. The Times has got to be a
claim. Still we find in this bill, brought sort of necessity with some people of this
.' "' under the sanction of Congress, if upon to act with wisdom in a matter so its work by previous consideration of its forward here'in the interest of another class community and it ought to be with many

that be deemed necessary, to pay to the long- vital to their interests.It objects j they should know what the people of claimants who are complaining of the more. It has many imitators all over the

'..Sft i delayed claimants the sums awarded them. will be a proud day for our bright city who sent them there,,want, and not expectto violation of national honor, that the claim- land, but there is really nothing like The _
ants under the Spanish treaty shall not Times from Maine to California. We have -;
t ? Senator Jones well says: "I do not be- by the sea when she can announce that she evolve a Constitution from their inner have any day in court. persuaded ourselves at times that the reason

lieve in a government like this pleading the has no indebtedness, that her taxes are moderate consciousness. Mr. Hoar. I think that was inserted in the people like it so much is that it fs con-

:; -. statute of limitations. I think that any and her city government well admin- Much of the distrust in reference to the the bill by the committee, the Senator will stantly giving its readers juicy bites from the
: permit me to say, merely to confine, as is sunny side of the journalistic peach.
istered. of Constitutional Convention
that is of be- assembling a
power or authority incapable the policy in all such references to the Courtof
'. : ing sued, except with its own consent, has Our municipal affairs concern us all as has!: arisen from the fear of an over-zealous, Claims, the consideration to one class de- JAMES VICK.-From the appearance of

.; "i no right to plead the statute of limitations." citizens, and not as partisans. We hope hasty attempt to overturn existing provi- pending on their own facts. It was not in Vicx's FLORAL GUIDE, which is on our desk,

: Senator Jones speaks with none too much that the concert of action on the bond sions without the thoughtful substitute of the least intended to put a stigma on those we should judge that the young VICKS are
claims, but merely to confine carefully the "chips of the old block," as the FLORAL
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emphasis of the bad faith of our government question will bring our people to feel 1 a better ones. If there is any subject which reference to one particular subjectmatter.Mr. GUIDE with its lithographed cover is hand-

., in the passage of a secret act in anti- greater interest in the welfare of our city, should be well ventilated and well consid- Jones, of Florida. For the life of me some enough for the parlor table. It is

cipation of a war with Great Britain, by and to unite in the election of a Mayor and ered, it is the proposed changes in an or- I can see no necessity for any reference to printed on the best paper, has three colored
I Council selected the Florida claims in this bill. plates of Flowers and Vegetables,and is full
which she authorized the public officials to City from our best, ablest ganic law.
Mr. Hoar. I agree with the Senator; I of useful information. Those who send 10
take possession qf the eastern part of Flori- and most efficient citizens without respect to cannot. cents for it cannot be disappointed, as the

da, then a Spanish colony. part)". MR. JONES' SPEECH. Mr. Jones, of Florida. If it is the purposeof plates alone are worth the amount. Addressas

That our readers may judge of the char- Our citizens will not object to a reasona- :Mr. Jones, of Florida.-Mr.: President, I this committee to have the French spoli-* in past years,JAMES: VICE, Rochester, N.Y.

this ble taxation if that do not intend, at this time at least, to say ation claims acted upon and decided upon
acter of infraction of public law, as the they can see economy,
anything in regard to the merits of the their own merits, why was not the bill con- Beautiful skin, and fair complexion, robust -
Senate characterizes it, we give the text of prudence and good judgment prevail in French spoliation claims, but it does seem a fined to that subject, and why was reference health, and powers of endurance, follow -
this remarkable act : the expenditure of the moneys collected.We little extraordinary to me that parties who made to the Florida claims? Those clams the use of Brown Iron Bitters.Go .

.. AN ACT have taken the same stand in refer- come here to invoke national honor in have been before the Government more fre-
behalf of these quently than even the French spoliation to MEDDAUGH'S
claims should have been so for Toys.
to and State affairs
ence county as regards a
claims and they are of more recent origin.Mr. .
To enable the President of the United States, particular as to incorporate into their bill a ,
under certain contingencies, to take possession judicious economy and administration ,of provision to shut out the consideration of Hoar. The Senator will pardon me. Wanted to Rent,
of the the affairs that have in af- claims This is a complicated subject and i it is pos-
country lying east of we our municipal equally as meritorious. I do not A Piano. Address
H., P. 0. Box 56
sible that what I knew about some of the ,
River Perdido and south of the State of think there
necessity whatever for
fairs. We are opposed to all bonded debton wasany. 52 Fernandina Fla.
which I examined at the last session ,
and the and to the claims facts
; Georgia Mississippi territory, alluding arising under the
cities counties the State and Nation. ,
for other purposes. treaty with Spain of 1819. Those claims we may have escaped my memory ; but, as I r -tf
.. We believe in the pay-as-you-go policy, as know exist; and without questioning understand, some of these claims against Go to MEDDAUGH'S for Fireworks.
--. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of against bonds, scrip and depreciated obliga- thing that has been said with regard to any-the France arose from outrages committed by
Representatives of the United States, in the French cruisers in Spanish waters,
Congress tions. The expenses of labor, etc., are far French spoliation claims. I say that the Select "Intermediate" School for
assembled, SECTION 1. That the President of claims unsatisfied under the which was a violation of Spain's neutrality,
treaty of 1819 and Girls
the United States be, and is hereby, author- less when paid down than when paid in between the United States and Spain are and that class of claims has been presentedto Boys ,
i ised to take possession of and occupy all! or scrip, the term of payment of which is un- equally meritorious as the French spoliation Spain, and to a very considerable amount Corner of Ash and Ninth streets Circularson
any {part of the territory lying east of the certain. claims.It has been paid, and this exclusion does not application. .
Perdido and south of the State of Georgia will be remembered that the refer at all to the Florida claims.Mr. G.JW SCHUYLER.:!
subject of
and the Mississippi territory, in case anagreement THE RECENT COLD. the settlement of these claims under the Jones, of Florida. It embraces them Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental
: French.
Music and
has been made shall 50
or be made, Spanish treaty was brought to the consider- clearly.Mr.
with the local authority of the said territory The thermometer indicated at an early ation of Congress twice during the last administration Hoar. It is not intended to. It is
,; for delivering up the possession of the same, hour on Sunday 27. The cold wave came in special messages from the the claims which have been allowed ; not Go to MEDDAUGH'S and buy a Big Drum

orany part thereof to the United States, orin rather suddenly, accompanied by a cold Executive, in which he distinctly stated that the claims which are still in controversy, for your boy.Livery.
the event of an attempt to occupy the saidterritory the honor of this involved in but the claims which have been allowed and
country was
or any part thereof, by any foreign northwest wind. That it was greatly tem- their payment ; and that Spain had been paid in whole or in part ; that is, the Stable at a Bargain.I .

government, and he may, for the purpose of pered by our insular position is evident knocking{ at the doors of the State Depart- amounts of which have been adjudicatedunder offer at a bargain my entire establish-

taking possession and occupying the territory from the fact that the orange trees were not ment for more than twenty years, asking the provisions of the Spanish treatyof ment in this city, consisting of Carriages,

aforesaid, and in order to maintain at all hurt, and that even fruit on the trees that justice might be done. It fell to my lot 1819. Does that Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage
therein the authority of the United States, Mr. Jones, of Florida. not re-
at the last session of Congress to draw this Horses, Harness, etc.
? ;' employ any part of the army and navy of showed no injury.We subject to the attention of the Senate, and fer to the Florida claims? Terms of purchase, CASH. -.
the United States which he may deem nec- learn that. at Waldo on Sunday all I have to say now is to repeat in substance Mr. Hoar. Not in the least. I G. F.TAVERY.

._r. essary. morning it was 27, at Lochbie 27, at Ocala what I uttered then, that it is a stand- Mr. Jones, of Florida. Then have noth- Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom
SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That one hun ing disgrace to this Government that the ing to say. Street Wharf. 46
26 that there seemed to have been
thousand so no Mr. Hoar. I made a answer to the
dred dollars be appropriated for claims outstanding under the Spanish treaty wrong
defraying such expenses as the Presidentmay great variation between Fernandina and remain unsatisfied, for in my opinion there Senator a minute ago and on reflection I Go to MEDDAUGH'S and buy what you

deem necessary for obtaining)?ossession Ocala. The frost line evidently is longitu- can not be a doubt in the mind of any law- found my mistake. That provision was not want for the Holidays.To .
as aforesaid, and the of said territory put in the bill for the sake of confining this
t dinal, and not latitudinal, this winter. We yer or thinking statesman in this country
to be applied under the direction of the with respect to the merit of these claims. to one subject-matter; as I supposed, but it Rent.
observe that some localities in Orange county was put in to prevent the claiming over
President out of
: H" any moneys not otherwise We have the opinion of Mr. Webster and The property known as Sanborn's Stores.
would like to make it that again the whole orany part of a claim which :
appropriated.SEC. appear they Mr. Evarts, and a number of reports in both Apply for particulars to

3, Be it further enacted That in case had special advantages of climate or protec- Houses of Congress affirming their validity, Spain the had paid of for her a violation waters. by A France claimant of A. B. .NOYES.

1. possession of the territory aforesaid shall be tion. After the frost of December 1st we saw and still these claims have been trampled neutrality in and I have got a claim Fernandina July 15-tf.
might come
obtained by the United States as aforesaid, under foot. When they went to the Committee say
tomato plants untouched on Orange Lake, over again against France, and my paymentby
that until other provision be made Congress on Foreign Relations they were passed
by VASES at MEDDAUGH'S.Valuable .
does not help it, or he might say,
the President be, and he is hereby authorized and after the frost of December 17th we saw over, and their staleness was the only argu- Spain the of claim whichwas .-
at least portion
t"4 to establish within the territory the same plants nipped badly. The bananas ment that was used against them. disallowed when it was my adjudicated as a Orange Lands for Sale.

aforesaid a temporary government, and the to-day are greener and fresher in Fernandina For one I do not believe in a governmentlike claim against Spain is now open to me to Tracts containing twenty acres each of
i: military, civil and judiciary powers thereof this pleading the statute of limitations. and it to exclude that class .,..
here was
choice hammock land
than Lake
ti' shall be vested in such they are at any point in Alachua or press ; high on Orange
I person or persons, I think thaCany power or authority that is of claimants that this clause was put-in the suitable for orange growing and truck farm
i and be exercised in such manner as he may Marion counties.If incapable of being sued, except with its own bill. It does not in the least refer to the ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
I direct for the protection and maintenance of the cold experienced on the 17th had consent, has no right to plead the statute of Florida claims. situated for
conveniently transpor-
the inhabitants of the said territory in the come a month earlier or later it would limitations. I think that a governmentlike Mr. Jones, of Florida. I do not see the tation very, by water or rail, and ,will be sold on
: full enjoyment of theirliberty, property and this ought at all times to be to the
open for this clause here but to show Titles
necessity suit
: doubtless have been injurious, but the trees ; terms to purchasers. are unques-
religion.Approved consideration of every claim of every citizen, that this language will cover almost by tionable. Also valuable timber lands in
January 10, 1811. were in good condition to stand a considerable and it ought not to take advantage of those terms of precise description these claims, I large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,

+ JAMES MADISON.A depression in temperature.The quibbles and technicalities which prevail in will read it. The Florida claims have been February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.

further act was passed on March 3, Union has authority for saying that controversies between individual suitors. paid in part ; that is, the United States have
Now sir what is the substance of the the amount of the for the
1811, providing that this act and the act some trees aboutSanford will lose their leaves Cups and Saucers at MEDDAUGH'S.Clam .
Spanish claims? When I say they are equally original loss, but it has refused to pay the
passed during the previous session of Con- which is an evidence of greater cold than meritorious with the French spoliation five per cent.

gress, entitled "An act to enable the President any experienced here thus far this winter. claims, I do not exaggerate. In 1810 Con- Mr. Hoar. I can remove all this trouble ChowderAt

i4 of the United States, under certain con- The truth is, very little of Florida can gress, I said once on the floor of the Senate, by inserting, if my friend from Maine will J. Fred Lohman's to-night.
passed a secret act in anticipation of war agree, after the word "claims" in line 16,
tingencies, to take possession of the country claim to be exempt from frost, and that por- with Great Britain, by which she authorizedher "nor to such of the claims growing out of the Nassau Fibre

lying east of the Perdido and south of the tionis, as a rule, inferior in other respects.We public officials to take possession of the acts of France as were allowed and paid in ,

State of Georgia, etc., be not printed or published have, however, the assurance of the eastern part of Florida, then a Spanish col- whole or in part." That will cover it, be- For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto
,/ It the clearest infraction of there is that the Florida anything else in use. For sale by
was public cause no pretense
until the end of the next session of, past'fifty years that no cold has visited East ony. June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.
law that ever happened, with the exceptionof claims could be covered by this bill.
Congress unless directed by the President of Florida since 1835, which would inflict any the single instance when Napoleon en- Mr. Frye. Not the slightest.Mr. .

the United States, any law or usage to the material injury upon the orange. The tered the confines of a foreign state and tooka Hoar. If my friend will accept thatit WHAT you want at MEDDAUGH'S.Wanted. .

," contrary notwithstanding." abundance of large and towering orange foreign subject from out its jurisdictionand will remedy the difficulty.Mr. *
,. executed him in the face of public opin- Frye. I will accept that. There was .
Under this act General Geo. Mathews and trees to be found, show satisfactorily that law the world.I intention the bill of the
ion and the of no by touching A good milch cow with young calf. Apply -
Colonel John McKee were appointed commissioners our climate is well suited to their produc- say that that act of Congress was the claims referred to by the Senator from Flor- to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS.

: and proceeded to foment disturbances tion, and that no part of the eastern portionof clearest violation of public law, with the ex- ida. Mirror Office.
of the instance to which I refer in .
and a so-called the State is too far North for their ception
( profit-
: :\ encourage patriot organization Card.In .
that has occurred in modern
Europe, ever Go to MEDDAUGH'S for Doll Carriages,
". \ H E ,which assembled a force at Rose's able culture. The groves on Amelia Island annals. The territorywas invaded, the view of the separation of our beloved Express Wagons, Dump Carts, Wheelbarrows -
Bluff, opposite to St. Marys,and on the 16th produce as well and suffer as little as on the property of the Spanish subjects was de- and endeared pastor, brother and friend, -in fact everything.

I of March, 1812, supported by a detachment St. Johns river or the country lying withinone stroyed by American authority, and whenin Kev. John Alston,it behooves us as a church
; of United States 1819 we came to acquire the territory, to give some expression of, sincere regret at Post-Office Notice.
troops and a flotilla of hundred miles south of us.
Spain properly insisted that reparation the of who has for
very separation one so long a '
; United States gun-boats, demanded the sur- It is hardly worth while to talk of a frost should be.made for the outrages and the period of time, and with such zeal, fidelityand Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M

ti render of the Spanish fort at Fernandina, line as safety against cold weather. It is losses that had occurred in consequence of Christian virtues, broken unto us the Sunday hours, 11:00 A. M. to 12:00 M.
; the American invasion. bread of life therefore be it resolvedBy Money Orders and Registered Letters from
which, being complied with, was immedi- safe enough to encourage the orangegrowerwherever ; ,
into the the First Colored Baptist Church of Fer- 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 P. M.
She a provision treaty on
,, : diately turned over by this improvised local he can find a suitable location as put .
l that subject which secured the rights of her nandina, Florida, That in the withdrawal of to 4:00 P. bi.ARRIVAL
; ", : authority to the officers of the United regards health and the fertility of the soil. people, and consented that the question our beloved brother the First Colored Baptist AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.

I 1 i. States. The Orange Lake, region and Sumter, Ma- should be remitted to the decision of the Church of Fernandina has sustained a Northern Mail Arrives daily at 8:00 A. M.
The United States forces remained in pose rion and Hernando have better lands ,and American courts. She bound her hands; loss, and: is deprived of a Christian minister Closes 7:30A.M.
e she said, Under the public law we will con- and a zealous Christian worker in his Master -
r-- session of East Florida until the 6th of May, have greater advantages than further north, sent that the damages sustained by Spanish 's vjneyard, in which we trust that his Cedar Key and Transit Railrood-

*. 1813, when it was evacuated., The country but there is, still a large margin,enough to subjects within the territory of Florida shall efforts have not been in vain in bringing in Arrives....................................... 5:20 P. }[.

f, was for nearly fifteen months overrun by satisfy any industrious man in Alachua, be decided by your own tribunals in a judicial souls for his hire. Closes...................................._... 7:30 A. M.

,. i"," patriotsvolunteers, and United States force, Bradford, Clay, etc., etc., for the planting of way." An act of Congress was passed And be it further resolved by the church of West Florida-
has the last
; all the planting interests destroyed and the etc. empowering the courts in Florida to pass which Brother Alston for eight Arrives.........,............................. 6:45 P. ,[.
orange groves, vegetables, served their beloved
judicially upon these claims. The judgmentswere years so efficiently as pastor, Closes ..............................-.......... 7:00 A. M.
'I substance of the country pillaged and eaten --- rendered after full investigation, the That in severing this connection we as a

,. t; :; up,plantations broken up and abandoned, CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS.The evidence received, and those parchments areinexistence church deeply regret, and trust whereverhis Jacksonville and St. Johns RiverArrives. -
,, -I and to-day to show the validity of lot may be cast by an overruling Provi- ._................................. 6:45 p. }[.
and the trade
commerce annihilated. Pensacola Commercial- disapproves of these claims. dence may his life and health be precious in Closes...................................... 7:00 A. )[.
:!I It is for the losses thus occasioned that the the discussion of the constitutional,amendments The courts of the United States, in the ex- the sight of the Lord, and may his life be St. Mary's and T ader's Hill Mail-

,;}" United States by the treaty of 1819 agreed needed, and thinks that the only ercise of a broad equity, and conforming to spared for many years in the service of the Arrives and Fridays at 2:30 P. M.
: to and for which awards a well-established principle of public law, Lord, for which service he is so well fitted, Tuesdays .
were made question'which should receive attention is Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. ){
f when they came to investigate these claims, when called by the Omnipotent Ruler of
Saps courts, the speedy calling of a convention.. To the in addition to the value of the property de- the Universe to realms of glory above may St. Mary's, Ga., Q'nly-
:4 ;; : one-half or more of the amount of which ordinary mind this would'seem like puttingthe stroyed twenty or thirty years before, in lieu he receive that welcome.of saints: ''Well c Arrives. Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. )[.

.':, remain unsatisfied to this day, now seventy cart before the horse, and making the of damages allowed 5 per cent. interest, done good and faithful servant, enter thou Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M.
M ,Itt:' : since the injuries were inflicted convention itself the of which it'was found upon investigation wasa into the joys of the Lord.:' Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00 A.M.
years by a object paramount
rule that had always prevailed in interna- And now, in taking leave of our dearly Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
;\\t\ i most disgraceful and flagrant breach of international If the advocates of revisionof and at 2:30 P. M.
;', importance. a tional controversies. They allowed 5' percent beloved pastor and brother, we most heartily Fridays Saturdays

: .1,.1i r' ,' law and comity. the Constitution have no objections to for damages because of the. period of beseech for him, as a Christian minister SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M.w .

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fragrance-THE DISTINGUISIIING of'freshly gathered CHAEM.-flowers A delightful and ;ar-THE ,NEW STORE.JB .' Groceries'and Provisions., FALL, 1882. | J. & T. KYDDI I FALL 1882. _

spices is the distinguishing charm:of Floreston ANGEL & FRIEND, .. P.
w F. WOOD Jr. } S
Cologne. \ 001 .
A RAINY DAY.-"For six years 7"q AND CONFECTIONERS, J. & T. KYDD ,
MONET FOR r { Proprietor, (} :m BAKERS
my daughter was sick from kidney and other "_ ,. ftO
disorders. We had used up our savings on CHOICE Zo : t
doctors, when our dominie advised us'to try ,.;:: C> Have and are weekly receiving their immense Fall Stock ofSiLKS ;'
Parker's Ginger Tonic. Four bottles effecteda Groceries, Cigars, and'Tobaccos<< <
cure,and as a dollar's worth has kept our 9- "
well over a we have been ableto :a: Es. BROCADES
lay by money again for a rainy day.APoor t '
Man's Wife. S SAND ftft O 1

i Weddings, Entertainments, and 'Picnics FANCY GOODS, HOSIERY, NOTIONS, 0
PROPOSALS .: I furnished at the shortest notice,at rock-bot- O
solicited for furnishing Oil Lamp- -8 S I tom prices,at
ARE ,care of Lamps,and lighting the \ ANGEL'S BAKERY, 00 I
same, for the year 1883; thirty or more -r :E3: : Centre Street, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, 9
Lamps; so much for each Lamp; payable 23 Opp.old P. 0.Building.
monthly. Proposals will be received until pg.
28th contract to commence January C> Cc > ftft
December ;: Trunks, Valises, Blankets and Comfortables.HOUSEKEEPING .
1st,or as soon as terms can be arranged. I
G. F. AVERY, Chairman Fernandina Building Material ?r
> {| } :EIa
Committee on Lamps and Lighting Streets. ftW ,
Fernandina,Fla., December 21, 1882. 51t
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and I i
Furniture. J PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT ., !
is to give notice to all persons claim- .
THIS the said Schooner, or knowing or A SELECT ASSORTMENTOF -
having anything to say why the same should FINEVIENNA large and handsome stock of latest styles, ,
not be condemned and sold pursuant to the FRED W. HOYT & CO'S, 02 o '
of said libel, that they be and
appear GOODS
Gayer the said Court, to be held in and for SECOND STREET, Near Centre. ftO From LOW-PRICED to FINE Goods. .
the Northern District of Florida,on the 30th COMPRISING o
day of December, A. D. 1882, at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, if the Toilet Stands, Crystal Leaf Vases, O
same shall be a day of jnrisdiction (other- pOrders by mail receive prompt attention, and carefully fill '
wise on the next day of jurisdiction there Decorated China and Glass Vases, '
after), then and there to interpose a claim to VROLALE! AND RBTAIt. :
for the same,and to make their allegationsin China Flower Baskets and Vases, i tJ". de 111.: -Y-I> :D

that behalf.JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Decorated China and Gilt Card Receivers, oCJ' ;/ t

U. S. Marshal.By ;J tift New York Office Walker 1
83 Street FERMMA
JNO.S. DRIGGS, Deputy. 5 itoYAt' Jewel Stands, Odor Stands, 0 FLORIDA.i .
l lI
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Decorated China Puff Boxes, H ,, I
., \' FALL 1882.1 J.. & T. KYDDI FALL 1882F. .
Cut-Glass Cologne Bottles, ". 1



W Family Supplies, O The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States.CROCKERY .

f m 1875. p CHINA AND GLASS-ARE,

HEAVY GROCERIES, V Lamps, Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods,Wood and
Willow-Ware, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc.

--_-I I AND -- Hay and Grain, GOO, Dinner Sets,$15 to$75; Tea Sets,$4 to$35; Chamber Sets,$3 25 to$25; Parlor Lamps,
-- o ( $125 to$15; Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $150 to $8. Table Cutlery, Plated .
-MEDICINESI-- Ware, Tea Trays,Coffee Urns, Pots,etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels,
I- H %SHIP STORES Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT,
______ __
Z P 48 No. 13 West Bay Street,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1

W Furniture, + ':' ,

4KI146. HORSEY & CO., s Jj OP S. B. HUBBARD & CO., f '
Stoves, ,
'. < .
.'. Paints, ..

Hardware, Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils.
OSOQ c ..
Centre Street Hardware,

Absolutely Pure. KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- W p
of FRESH and PURE FOR- ,.
POWDER never varies. A marvel EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs o River and Ocean Steamboats. .
TIns purity,strength and wliolesomeness. M ==
More economical than the ordinary kinds, and Chemicals, O
and cannot be sold in competition with the W p i a
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or Hom o_)athic and Patent Medicines, MATJLORY'SSTEAMSHIPLINE !
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. o fcj

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Proprietary and Fancy Goods. Prte !Low total h .
38 106 Wall Street New York. < s : s ; F .I


a-"r s:- St# .y y..fy >
zr !
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DEALER ** al "f.aCitsa

We invite your attention'to our .'
Physicians' Prescriptions
IS carefully compounded with pure

Drugs, at reasonable prices.DR. Crockery 1 Glassware,

and offer our Goods in these lines as low as

the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of # ..

.J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, ,

PALMER BRO'S Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin Pty
Chamber Sets all colors; Wooden- -
Ladies, ; : }
If Ware of all kinds and :-:
4'+1 1 l II II II I ; Housekeeping ,
PHARMACISTSC.entre Utensils generally. '
Children'sand FINE STEAMSHIPS- .
Infants', CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TONS. .

Men's, J.'ERN.\.NDINA, STATE OF TEXAS, 1,543 TONS. .

Boys and Youths', Street, near Depot" ,, .',:..1 ,:' CARONDELET. -' 1,508 TONS.. "

[ TEAM! {[SAW}]} [MILL.:] .

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n ct h: &I UI tC; h ;a DRUGS AND CHEMICALS HAS constantly on hand- .
poLumber by Cargoes. NE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
0 EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville

AND Standard Patent Medicines, Office on Second Street. vie ,Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

+ This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
-ISLTPPERS1Embracing I -I Fancy TOILET ArticleJ-! ] FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ,
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR
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New and ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.

jps**Especial and careful attention paidto Groceries, Hardware, x r
Physicians' Prescriptions, bran ; I .'. "

experienced Druggist. DRY .GOODS. BOOTS *AND.* SHOES,'. freight,passage rates,and schedules, or further information,apply to
R. 11% SOUTH1VICK, Agent,
jfff MR RABB, the Manager, will sleep .
.. ,'
over the store and will respond to all calls .C. H., MALLORY & CO., .
FERNANDINA 'FLA:( 1 Pier 20 East River.New York. ,,51t. >
:R-c"J3:8ER: : GOODS. at night 51 r" v 1 c t .'0 :" x

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.'> ,J 'I i; ,'f'..,,' ....Tf-:;' $"I ". ,. fJ' '( ... "Ii ( V r f I GENERAL DIRECTORY. 'Assessor
tab t lIF .. ( 1'(11" .1 i.. {. f" BAKER COUNTY..r I of lores-Thomas Barco
.,. ., ; : .. .. otto
-' "
-" -- f Plant.
.1 j .:' -. : : : : :1'1 ,:,,; County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. '
: .. :- United States, Officers. Collector
Clerk-F. J Sanderson.. of Rei-enue
.. ;: Pons -Frederick N.
:: -1 d .' r" : ",. .":" i ... For
< .. Ocala.
Sheri U. C. Sanderson. L '
'''' '' -
J 1881.. it..1' :, ,rl. 'r1889.: ... ; I ..A. Barnes Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, Sanders Superintendent of Schl3-11' CMartin.
-1..1 : ( -f :k Registers ,' .
\ .. i
'I'\ : _... -...., . n'. Fort McCoy.
I': : Receiver John F.Rollins, Gainesville: J Ji .
",' : t ', :. ,. ,.,, ." .., I i Surveyor-General-Tialaehi Martin, Talla-t' Cottector of Ret'enue-Flem ng B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY.
(,,1,J. .1 ..... t; .,' .," ." :..-, .>" .' ,,. .' ,,1..'.. ";-'I'.j ',. ..'-, hassee. Sanderson., County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key
\ -- :- j I. ". ; West.
-.j ; .. "'" Schoo13-A.
I : .' "THE' Superintendent of Jl W Cobb, Clerk-Peter T.
: '
\ : Knight
i: ; :'., ;.: *, :*' DISTRICT. COUBT.: ;" Key West
I : : .-,. .." ",' .iI'' ".. <' ... Judge-Tomas*i. "*t Sh"Si Settle- Jacksonville.Marshcd ;4; < Olustee. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West
.' 'I tl I '; ,', A 4:_ ..., % '-ft ." """ BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes Walter C. :: '
..... : r : ... ;::. r 'r"lro.j "" ; =-J H. Durkee Jacksonville... Maloney Jr
1 ) "i ;
<... '\ -..' I ",.- '....d :- .:t-.i J t'G''. t. f fit., :: "...:'I-i'"h'i -.:. : ". "''''i ,.G CTcrA-Phi1 'Walter,-Jacksonville.. "* County Judge-J. R. Richard;Providence. Key West. 'r
" Collector
) Clerk-Henry F. York Lake Butler. of Revenue--Walter C. Maloney

". .'\\ f "X\ !. ,. .. .. .. ;:.INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W Tumblin,.Starke. Jr., Key West.Superintendent. %
L+ 't Y'" s i .o > t'" Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. ; Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake of Schoo13--J. V. Harris,Kev


FLORIDA: MIRROR John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunb'erry Haynes NASSAU COUNTY.
Santa Fe.Superintendent.
Edward Hopkins Jacksonville.John County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-
\ : L. B. Rhodes
bj\Schools- dina.
.., F. House St. Augustine. I
-,", Joseph Hirst. cedar Key. Starke. 1". Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fenian dina. :
I' BREVARDCOUNTY., Sheriff Peter Cone, Fernandina.

r ,,; .; .; .r "'."....,-. .-_. County:Judge-Jamess A. McCrpry: City Assessor of Taxes-Vim. H. Garland, Fer-
State Officers. .
: ..:" ... .. Point. nandma.
.' EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Gocenor Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue .Warren F. Scott. Fer-

i". : ... ;'i'.:, Snj"J, A WIIrr' ,;,.' -Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- nandina. .

4[ ,.;>'t'f i." ... '-T.' ... ; Lieutenant-: over nor-Livingston W. Bethel gianna. Superintendent of Schools,V. A. Mahoney. j
': r'T" : I I r. West.Secretary Collector of'Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Orlando Callahan.
i I" < ,. ,1'.i Key
( : il J't' I
.. > ./" ,, *- r. ," ;". J' .a ... ,.),! f fw r of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE COUNTY

... of Schools-A. Grady. La County Judge-R. Summerlin, Orlando. .....
:,. Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando. "'

......... 7rea.mrer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff; Thomas W. Shine. Fort Reid. 1
'{-' : Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. .T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-Jame*: M. Owens, Fort
*' ; Reid Fla.
-- : : hassee. Park
..... ', Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A.: Buddington, Green Cove Collector of Revenue Richard H.Iarks:
'I ( ", t; Tallahassee: Springs.SheriffJames. Sanford. '

,, _.w. .. Superintendent of Public Instruction. K. W. DeWitt Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks
l Foster Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. *

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

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

I ill Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Maxville. Clerk W. F. Forward, Palatka. ,

Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Sheriff Thomas Shally. '

: o"ipI Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. AsseSsor-S. E. Timmons.

Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Rerenue-Joseph Price. .

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

SUPREME COURT.Chief Clerk-JohYi ViI zant. Jr., Lake City.

:4y QJOB I Justice-E. M. Randall Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. 1

1G' { Associate Justice J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-I*. W. Rivers, Lake City. County Judge -W. H. Parker, Perry. 1

: Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City: Sheriff-Thomas Osteen, Perry.
r4'f: VIII Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

ir i- -- Jacksonville. Lake City. i Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin,

E- r Clerk-c. H. Foster, Tallahassee. I DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.

A CIRCUIT JUDGES.. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
? t County Suneyor-D. N. Cox
t. ,VIII First Circuit- E. Maxwell Pen- sonville. Perry.
d Augustus ,
i ia' II Collector of RCIenue-J.
I .Z III;: II I { I IIIIi:?I !' J 1 I! t-3 sacola. f. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Assessor Hardee, Perry
of Taxes-S. H. Peacock .
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Perry.ST.
: Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY.

). Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus-
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Retenue-Moses J. Brown tine.

Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine
.: ; I ville.Fifth
.r' 8 "' Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Russell Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine-
.. ville. I Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St

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

Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias
.. St. Augustine. i
-' 4' ,., ,.". > ( !If Clerk, -J. Caldwell, Jasper.
< II ,:"' .. j; t 7 r' .j : ';; .b 1 Superintendent Schools
I : 'I : to '; !', ... ;i. ... Court Calendar.FIRST Sheriff-James M. Duncan, Jasper. St. of -C. F. Perpall,

.'! : t. ",_; '''.'" Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter Ancrum. Augustine.
:ac>c> .A.N"D: : Fall Term- CIRCUIT. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY.

\. .. .... ."'. Santa Rosa, 2d.Monday in October. Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-Henry'CaSsidy, Leesburg,
of Schools-Joshua H. Roberts Clerk-Thomas J. Iv.ey Leesburg.
Walton, 4th Monday in October. Sheriff J. S.
Ancrum. Dyches, Leesbiirg
.. Holmes 2d after 4th
Wednesday Monday Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster.
in October.
Collector of Revenue-J. R. G.
Washington 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks-. Sumterville. ..

in October. ville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville. ,

October. Sheriff J. Mickler, Brooksville.
PRINTING HOUSE Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon,Brooks-.
County Judge M. M.
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. Blackburn Live

10,.,,-1879,"and does not change the Collector of Revenue-F. M.. Townsend, Oak.ClerkRobert
,. A. Reid, Live Oak.
Spring Term. Brooksville. .
Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher
Term- Fort Dade. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wei
''tioif ..':; 'i' ,- : born.
.: ;; h ; ; '(P.< Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,

.. '4 4 ."$ -- :' ; .'.' ', : i ;:;"-ii April.Madison. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Live. Oak.
2d in
Monday April. Clerk Wm. C. Brown Schools J. O.
: Tampa. Superintendent of C. Jones
'' Hotel :
Opposite : ::?% Hamilton 4th in
Beech Street; Egnio t. Monday April. Sheri -D. Isaac Craft, 'Tampa. Live Oak.
,' -,' Suwftnee 1st : after 4th :
Monday Monday
':' :: ,
Assessor of Taxes-S.E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
__.. .... in
"\'I> "" "'" Collector of Retenue-'V. F. Buns, Tampa.
r Columbia 3d Monday after 4th :Monday County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter
'.! in April. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson prise.

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

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

jor' .J' Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan De-

I, .._., Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor Land.
r < Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools -A. Cranshaw;
County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise.
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th :Monday ,
!i .' I / 1.' .. : in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
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I 4 Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer Mon County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

r,. October. ticello. Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

Lafayette,, 6th) Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker Crawfordville.
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in October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
... :':' :.' FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville. .

.... ,".. County Treas'urer'V. W. 'Walker Craw
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Dixon New
-W. J.
.. J / ',!,' ;. ..:,t ;' '. .' Spring Term County Judge Troy. fordville.
; St. John's 2d in March. Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy.
.k" : : Tuesday Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. Collector of Ret'enue'v. H. Walker,Craw
; :}fi/ Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. fordville.

; .. .,. .,, l-"" Bradford,1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New Assessor Taxes-C.
.h' of 2. Craw-
$. } Troy.
; y Baker, 2d Tuesday in April.
< j'i\ :: ; ,.i \\o; Nassau, Tuesday in April. County Treasurer M. N. Peacock New ford ville.

..,, .: < ;. ; ;. Duval, 1st Tuesday in :May. Troy.
,I c',' '''"',','''..,..;".,',,:"' .'.'..'.'.<::''krtiJ...1,.;.tr..".t.l'1''kY,";J.....'r,,"1'. 'x.'?....:7],\\".,'', ... ."'. :',;fI1:,1 Fall Term- Troy.Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.W. .
": St. John's 2d in
;l./.: .;:/; <: : '; ', ': : : .. Clay, 4th ;Tuesday Tuesday in September.September. I Assessor of Taxes-A.. Ackley New Troy. P. STREET,

: Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second Street opposite the Post-Office

-,' .' "...:". "}'....c.""'..;!.II.._ .t;t'.,.....'..'.:'.:"'':'1l':1... .'''..,t...,.,-, ,:,'t.-, : .., :. '; : '!Dt":: ;! ." Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P.Byrd, Tallahassee.
;"...'>,' ; ;', '' '.:.< ": 'lr'r t. '!" : .- ';;; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. .< Sheriff A. Moseley Tallahassee.
t I,' ,. I +'v'i'; 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, = d I
J SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to use the same, we are now Spring Term- Tallahassee. ,
Sumter 3d in Trearnrer-J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee. .t'. r t tg
Monday March.
do and kind ,
to of
prepared printing, .
any very
"t" t : Marion, 4th Monday in :March. Collector of RCIenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-

.. ... after 4th in hassee.
I t t Putnam3d Tuesday Monday
: March. J' J Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee.
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... Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in ,
,- r ) r March. cx,1FTV
Alachua;4th Monday after 4th MondayriMdreh. ? n County Judge -W. H. Sebring, Bronson; w a
: -. "' Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.
Fall Term- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.

..: Sumter 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.

Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
': t jI' Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Key.Superintendent.

: ;. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. of Schools-J. B. Menden-

I'.' ." As Neatly and as Cheap as any Office in Florida. November.Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday.. in i, hall, Bronson. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
I rt. SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge R. M. Witherspoon Madi
J .r ".'. 1 .. ', t' .""', : Spring Term- ROOFING AND GUTTERING
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i. ." '.. .:' .......\'...' ., Orange 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS.. M. Hankins, :Madison. PUMPS DRIVEN WELLS, ETC
f', .. ., ... 'j" Volusia.3d Monday in February. John M
.t :; ." "W Clerk- : Beggs, Madison A large stock of Stoves on hand Give me
I ,$, ,./. .'h H t&iHt'N\ f _'.I> J: :f .1.$. :1l! '!i oIi.;'"'? ..n_ .',. .::jf> '. .#.riilJ ;t'i' "J'flln;: ; ; Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, i a call, and compare my prices with those of
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I Dade 3d Monday in April. .
t, '. Madison. other houses here or elsewhere.
'T'" '. Fall Term- _.___
i. ._ 'a County Treasurer-S. B. Smith Madison.
1'T.:. ",. : .".' r' 7 ." .. Orange 2d Monday in August. Collector Revenue "M.H. Mad
.. <... .. of Warring G. F. AVERY,
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.;.' ; .. .! ,J!>. :t.."'. ... f.. Volusia,,2d Monday in September.Brevard..4th .
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""" :.- J" .. '.'"'. J "" .. '.. Monday in September. ison.Assessor
--- of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth Mad
j** .::,-"" ,". ,. '-' : ...;.J'., ., .: :.::': Dade 2d in November. ft:
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> C'J- ,1. .<. t'-j'lC' ,.1'.iI.." i"': '. I MANATEE COUNTY.

1 ;:': ..i- :... . : .. ,.' 'i.t: ;! ,< :, :{. .> :(:'j :i County ALACHUA Officers.COUNTY. Clerk-Robert County Judge-Z.S. Griffith T. Crawford, Manatee., Manatee.. LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.

.1.1ti County Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. and from Steamers and Trains.

ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, BradentowllCollectO'r
r 4d Clerk-:J--A. Carlisle, Gainesville. of Revenue :Clarion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.

Sheriff-John W. Turner Gainesville. Popash. FOR SALE :
: Assessor of axes George W. Hawthorne Superintendent of Schools. Felix J. Seward, HORSES BUGGIES HARNESS
; 'Don't send :your orders for PRINTING, BINDING and RULING to offices outside Hawthorne. Pine Level. CARTS AND WAGO Sand -
> .. the State. Orders for either will receive prompt attention from us. Address Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines MARION COUNTY.
ville. Samuel F. Marshall Ocala. ,pJ-TEP"IS CASH.'
t :: : ': .. County Judge-- ,
!I. FLORIDA l\finnOR '
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> ,' Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats. Clerk-Robert Bullock- Ocala. Office Stable-First Street, neat
":' -' \L: .::'i}.OCt9,. :, ; d,;: .. _.. FERXANDIN.Fu.. .. Gainesville. Sheriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49tfrt

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A'OTES.'' t PASTE SUET..Roll half pound of 'Publications. Professional I
HOUSEHOLD J WITH a and Business Card, CARD ;
s'! ,r.a'.- r/ ,/ }. f \!' ,the best suet, with very' little membrane TIME OF THE ". .
running through' it, on a board for several ; DR.' H. .
CREAM minutes removing, all the skin and fibres : .
teaspoonfuls of sweet cream whipped, one will be DENT .. FLORIDA TRANSIT RAILROAD
that appear when rolling ; the 'suet ST .i
and four of vinegar, beat well and ,
of sugar "a pure and sweet shortening, looking like '
pour: oyer; cabbage previously cut. very fine butter; or the suet may' be chopped fine Office on Second Street, (over Wm. Lake's PENINSULAR RAILROAD 1
and seasoned wjth! salt.. j and the fibres removed. Rub the suet into rY I) Jewelry Store), "
(Waldo Branch ) -tl
CURE FOR CHAPPED HANDS.Wet your a :pound of flour;add a teaspoon of salt and FERNANDINA "J
hands in warm water then rub them all over mix it with half a pint of ice-water ; roll S ilia 'Wp continue to FLORIDA. AND' : ;
with Indian meal ; do this twice, and thenin out for the pastes, and put'on a little butter- I actassolicitorsforpatents Anesthetics administered when required. FERNANDINA
the water used to wash off the meal put a 'in flakes, rolling it in as usual. Some cooks caveats, Fifteen years' experience. Fees moderate. & JACKSONVILLE R. .

teaspoonful of pure glycerine. ,If it, is ,not add a little baking powder. trade-marks, copyrights etc.jfor ; pI .
pure it w1l1IrrJtatc the jfekin. > ---- -- the United States, and to oLtainpatents'in LOUIS 'A. C. LANGE, ':
IF vou'wish; to hive i a delicate ihnd'yetdis- BEAUTY REGAINED.-The beauty and colorof Canada England, France, In Effect September th, 188S. I + ,.
'onion flavor to the dressing for a fowl the hair may be safely regained by.using Germany, and all other countries. UPHOLSTERER,
tinct onion till tender changing the wa- Parker's Hair Balsam, which is much ad- Thirty-six year'practice. No ., '.\
it in small bits mired for its :perfume, cleanliness and dandruff charge for examination of models or draw
ter twice, then chop very as Foot of Centre Street, GOING SOUTH. r
Advice mail free.
ings. by eyr
eradicating properties.How
if it were, raw. Roast goose and .wild duck Patents obtained through ns aro noticed in FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Fernandina....................._. 8.00a.m. t
gain to most, palates by having a pressing TO SAVE.-All-- ----hard- ----r---workers are subject the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, which has Leave Hart's Road............:........_ 8.42 a.m. t''

thus flavored. to bilious attacks which may end in the largest circulation, and is the most influential Furniture repaired in the.best manner. Leave Callahan.......................... 9.43 a.m. i
PIGEONS WITU LITTLE PEAS.-Truss the dangerous illness. Parker's: Ginger Tonic newspaper of its kind published in the Hair Mattresses made to order at short Leave Dutton....................... ....10.10 a.m. i t m
pigeons i put them over the fire with fat pork will keep the kidney and liver active, and world.- -The ad vantages ofsuch a notice every notice. 36 Leave Brandy Branch ................10.25 a.m. ; 1

and butter ; let them brown slowly, add by preventing the attack save much sickness, patentee This understands.and splendidly illustrated WI?!. B. C. DURYEE Leave Baldwin, ...........................10.55 a.m.
small grean peas and season them with but loss of time and expense. Delay at such is largo published WJSEKI.Y att3.20ayear newspaper Leave Marville..........................11.22 a.m.
little salt and'p pper. Wet'a! very. little! times means danger.-Detroit .Free Press. See ana is admitted to be tho best paper devotes ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT Leave Highland..........................11.45 a.m. r '
flour with some broth or soup, pouring it other column.! to science,mechanics,inventions,engineering G Leave Lawtey ....................._......12.05p.m. t.
over the birds and stewing them until ten- works, and other departments of industrial CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT Leave Temple's.........................12.20 p.m. .
der. progress published in any country. Single Arrive Starke............................12.24 p.m.
CHICKEN CHEESE.-Two chickens boiled copies by uiail, 10 cents. Sold by-all news- FERNANDINA FLA. Leave Starke .............................12.46 p.m.
tender, chopped not too fine and 'seasoned PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM. deal prs. : Leave Thurston .......................'...12.56 p.m.
with salt and pepper. Boil hard three or AoAlrewi, 3Iunn & Co., publishers of Scientific Hay Corn Oats Arrive Waldo............................. 1.20 p.m. .:;'
four eggs and slice, with which line molds The Best, Cleanest and American, 2G1 Broadway, New York. Leave Waldo................,............... 1.25 p.m. y i
and pour in the chicken, adding the liquor most Economical Hair Handbook about patents mailed free. .HENRY BARKER Leave Gainesville........................ 2.17p.m.

in which they were boiled. When perfectly Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.33 p.m. t
l rails to Restore
cold slice for Ipncheon or Sunday tea or for w. '}Lc Esw cnthfi.1 color to 'I -THEWEEKLY- L TOSSED LUMBER ANDTIMBER Leave Batton.............................. 2.47 p.m. .
sandwiches. :. 4 :'irir.! \ i Second $t sizes grey at NEWS. INSPECTOR, Leave Archer................... .......... 3.05 p.m. s it

LANCASTERSHIRE PIE.-Cold beef or veal, d trlig.t FERNANDINA Leave Bronson ........................... 3.40p.m. '
and as for hash have ready hot ,SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. FLORIDA. Leave Otter Creek........................ 4.17 p.m.
chop mashed season seasoned as; if for the table Ficrestoa: Cologne. MAMMOTH eight-page paper,containing The best attention given to the shipmentof Leave Rosewood.....................:..? 4.52p.m.

and put in potatoes a shallow baking-dish first a layerof n ,J eat__ fnni\ new anI and It-ting rxrwiimitlr Jwruui.Trie /-. A sixty-four columns, mostly reading Lumber, ':Timber: Ties, etc., Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.25 p.m..
meat, then a layer of potatoes, and so on r Si and *JL. matter.: It gives prominence to all matters Accounts promptly made up and satisfaction GOING NORTH.
till the dish is heaping full ; smooth over relative to the Agricultural, Commercial and guaranteed.For .- .
top of potatoes and make little holes, in P 'lRIEI 'S'GING'ER Political Interests of the people, while its the past ten years with :Colonel? J. C. Leave Cedar Key..................;...... 7.25 a.nu
which place bits of butter ; bake until a nice General News, Georgia and Florida Items Read, to whom apply for reference. 25 Leave Rosewood...................?...... 8.05. a.m.
brown. and Market Reports Departments are spe- Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.
for immediateuse TONICA cialties in which it is unequaled. Full tele- DAVID J. TAYLOR, Jr., Leave Bronson?............... ........... 9.22a.m.
WHEN cooking pumpkins graphic News from all parts of the world up Leave Archer.............................. 9.52 a.m.
in pies or to dry, it is a good plan to to the hour of going to press. Original Sto- S HIP BROKER AND INSPECTOR Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m.
drain off all tender the water then let you the can kettle; stew stand Pure Family Medicine that Never Intoxicates.If ries, by home authors, are an attractive fea- Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m. ;
pumpkin ; mechanic farmerworn with ture of the WEEKLY NEWS. OF LUMBER AND TIMBER, Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m. ,
and are a or out
of the
back stove you
on the part that all moisture, on an overwork or a mother run down by family or household The following new stories will appear this Arrive Waldo..............................11.40 a.m.
extra griddle so or a great duties try PAKKER'.S GINGER TONIC season :_Irene Douglas" bjs. Miss Allie, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.' Leave Waldo .......................... ..11.52 a.m.
deal of it will If it is to be driedit
evaporate.the If you are a lawyer. minister or business man exhausted Lawhorn ; "The Harold Brothers," by Mrs. Leave Thurston.........................12.16 p.m.
should be sifted if
just same as you are by mental strain or anxious cares do not Ophelia Nisbet Reid ; "Eagle<:Bend" by Office'corner Centre and Second Sts. 25 Arrive Starke.............................12.30 p.m.
to make pies at once. take intoxicating stimulants, but use I'ARKBB'S Mn. Mary Faith Floyd ; "Desire Wentworth Leave. tarke.:!..............................12.50p.m.
CHICKEN SOUP.-In boiling chickens for GINGER: TONIC. ," by Miss R. J. Philbrick ;, "The Rescue JAMES McGIFFIN, Leave Temple's.........................12.58 p.m.
salads, etc., the broth (water in which theyare If you have Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Kidney or ," by Miss Janey B. Hope;. "Miss.Little- Leave Lawtey ............................. 1.20 p.m.
boiled) may be used for soup. When disorder Urinary of Complaints the lungs stomach, or if you bowels ate troubled blood or with nerves any john by Miss Eleanor. Jones. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Leave Highland......................... 1.38 p.m.

the chickens are to be served whole stuff and you'can t?cured by PAKUKR'S GINGER TONIC. Every'subscriber for one year is entitledto Leave Maxville ........................... 2.01 p.m. .
tie in a cloth. To the broth add a little rice, If you are wasting away from age, dissipation or any one of the following serials of "The Alachua Street between Second and Third, Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.25 p.m
. or add one thinly-sliced onion and a quart any disease or weakness and reauire a stimulant take Morning News Library:" Leave Baldwin ......... ................. 2.32p.m. t
of tomatoes. Boil twenty minutes, season GINGER TONIC at once; it will invigorate and build "Sombre Monde, by Miss Mary Rose FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.53 p.m.
with salt and pepper and two well-beaten you up from the first dose! but will never intoxicate Floyd ; "Muffit," by Mrs. Ophelia Nisbet Orders and estimates from a distance. care- Leave Dutton ............................ 3.10p.m. .
eggs, and serve. It has saved hundreds of lives it may save yours. Reid ; "Through the Years," by Miss R. J. fully attended to. 25-tf Leave Callahan........................... 3.50 p.m. .
PICKLED CHICKEN.-Boil four chickens till on HISCOX* dollar slut& CO., at,all 163 dealers WilliiiD:In me St.idnt.. New. York. SOc. and Philbrick : "Reviresco," by Miss M. E. Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.42 p.m.

tender-enough for meat; to fall, from bones; GREAT SAVING: BUYING: DOLLAR SIZE. Heath ; "The' Heathercotes," by Mat Crim ; O. S. OAKES, Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.20 p.m. a
put meat, in a stone jar and pour ,over, it "Herzchen," by Mrs. Nora Lipraan Hussey; Trains daily, except Sunday.
three pints of cold good cider vinegar and a "Vascoe, or Until Death," by Mrs. B. M. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
pint anda-halfof the water in which the Zimmerman ; Only Nora Heartley," by
chickens were boiled add;spices if preferred 0l Mrs. Ophelia Nisbet Reid; "The Image of MANUFACTURES .
and it will be ready, for use in two days. + l "
stR l Her Mother, by Mrs. Mary Augusta Wade; DOORS
This is a popular Sunday evening dish ; it is D c1P fi PL Elijah Bathurst's Expiation" r>y Miss :, :
good for lunchooirat any time. Fannie May Witt; "Make-Out-Hall," a OF ALL SIZES.
CAULIFLOWER S.\LAD.-Boil one large cauli- country story, by Mat Crim of Georgia; Post Office Box 174.

flower with two quarts of water and one Branly Farm," by :Miss Mary Rose Floyd, jan4 Fernandina, Fla Leave Waldo Junction................ 1.30 p.m.
tablespoonful of salt for half an hour. Take I of Florida; "Warp and Woof," by Miss R. Leave Dixie................................ 1.55 p.m.
up and drain. When'cold divide into small I J. Philbrick, of Georgia.In \v. K. BAUKNIGHT, Leave Hawthorne ...............,. ..... 2.20p.m. a .
tufts. Arrange the-centre of ii.dish''and : Fob 883. ordering the lVeeklv.Newa\state what AGENT Leave Lochloosa_........................ 2.45 p.m.
garnish with a border of strips of pickled be FEEEtoall applicants,-and to cue story you want, and it will be sent to you, Leave Orange Lake..................... 3:15 p.m.
beef. Pour a cupful of mayonnaise dressingover Comers about 175 of pages last year, 600 without illustrations ordering, prices it It, accurate contains or to any address you furnish, by mail, post- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.48 p.m. i ,

the cauliflower. Arrange a star 6f the : deecripfcons and valuable directions for planting age paid. AND STOCK DEALER. Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.15p.m. .
pickled beef in the centre. Serve imme I 1600 Plants varieties, Fruit Trees of Vegetable,etc. Invaluable and Flower to all.Seeds espec, To receive the benefit of this offer, sub- BUTCHER ANDDealer Leave Ocala................................. 4.50p.m.
diately. tally to Market Gardeners. Send for it! scriptions must be for one year, $2. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.45 p.m.
NOODLE SOUP.-Add noodles to beef(>..;"any D. M. FERRY & CO. DETROIT MIOH. Postmasters and Agents are authorized to in Ice Arrive Wildwood........................ 6.15p.m.

other soup after straining; they will cookin i forward subscriptions. TENNESSEE BEEF'A SPECIALTY, GOING
fifteen or twenty minutes, and are prepared Legal Advertisements.Notice J. H. ESTILL, BROOM STREET WHARF
.in the following manner : To one egg add 41 3 Whitaker Street Savannah Ga. Leave Wildwood......... .............. 6.15a.m.
as much sifted flour as it will absorb, with a to TaxPayers.I 19-tf FERNANDINA FLA. Leave Lake Weir Station............. 6.50 a.m. .

little salt; roll out as thin as a wafer dredge am ready to receive the city taxes for the Real Estate. Leave Ocala................................. 8.00a.m. r a
very lightly with flour, roll over and over into year 1882. Office in my store on Centre street. Railroads. Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.30a.m. ,
a light roll, slice from the ends, shake out JAMES E. MEDDAUGH, Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.05a.m. pf h+,
the strips loosely and drop into the soup, City Tax-collector. THE FLORIDA FLORIDA CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.30 a.m. y

APPLE MINCE PIE.-Two pounds of apples Fernandina, Fla., November 18,1882-tf.) COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE Leave Loch oosa.................... ....10.05 a.m.
pared and chopped, three-fourths pounds of TO'VN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Ferunndiiua. Leave Hawthorne........................10.35 a.m. r
beef suet, one of currants, one-half raisins Notice to TaxPayers.I June 25, 1882. Leave Dixie...............................11.02 a.m. .
seeded and chopped one-halfsultana raisins, Commencing this date, trains on this Arrive Waldo Junction..... .........11.33 a.m. i
; am nO\\' ready to receive the State and
road will follows
run as : Trains i
one-quarter citron cut in shreds, one tablespoonful Conntv tflYf____ fur i.lio_ nrncant. .v<.vir. ., -tiH. 0111be ... --,. daily, except Sunday.
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cinnamon, one tablespoonful found at my office, at N. Brownson'sBook WESTWARD.Accom.
cloves one of mace. one tablesnoonful allspice Store on Wednesdays and Towns on R. R.' Line, Mail.
of brown Saturdays, Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 7.45
two pounds sugar, half-pint when not on a collecting tour in the a m p m I
best country. And Cedar Baldwin ............ 6.30
brandy, a glass of wine, two teaspoonfuls WARREN F. SCOTT Key. a m 8.40 pIll FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R.' R.
of salt.WHITE Collector Revenue Nassau '* Sanderson.......... 8.25am 9.55pm
FRUIT C.'KE.-One of butter Fernandina County. Lake City...........11.00am 11.55pra GOING SOUTH.
cup Fla. October 21 1882.
and two cups of white sugar well beaten together Arrive Live Oak....:....... 1.15pm 1.15am Leave Fernandina.......................90.0 a.m.
; one cup of milk, two and a half Offers Ella ville............ 2.30 p m 2.30 a m Leave Hart's Road.......................9.35 a.m.
cups of flour, the whites of seven eggs, two NOTICE. to Lessees and Purchasers a large :Madison ............ 3.30 p m 3.30 a m Arrive Jacksonville.....................10.40 a.m. .
even spoonfuls of baking powder beat all SIX MONTHS after date I will apply to number of the most and desirable Drifton............... 5.25pm 5.30am .
; eligible
well before adding fruit. Take one pound Judge of Nassau County, Florida, Monticello ......... 6.00pra 5.50am GOING NORTH.

each of raisins, figs, dates and blanched almonds for my discharge as administrator of the estate Lots, suitable for Business Purposes or for Tallahassee......... 7.30pm 7.30am Leave Jacksonville......................4.00 p.m.
and one-quarter of a pound of citron of Lewis Davis, deceased.L. Quincy............... 9.30am Leave Hart's Road.......................5.10 p.m.. :
; cut all fine ; stir fruit in last with a A. DAVIS, City or Suburban Residences, Chattahoochee... 10.35am Arrive FernandinaTrains ........................5.40 p.m.
sifting of flour over it; bake slowly. Administrator. Chatta. River...... 10.55 a m daily except Sunday. 1
CURRIED CHICKEN. Cut Orange Bluff, Fla., May 29, 1882-28. UPON EASY TERMS.
a chicken in EASTWARD.Accom.. Mail. SUNDAY TRAINS. .

pieces ; put the pieces in astewpan with one Liberal ArriveJacksonville....... 6.45pm 7.30am Leave Fernandina.... "
onion, in which clove. Add SHERIFF'S SALE. Discounts on Values allowed to 7.30 a.m. 4.30 p.m.
white broth sufficient you put a some Baldwin............. 5.25pm 6.15am Arrive Jacksonville... 9.00 a.m. 6.00 p.m.
The chicken, cooked to cover the pieces. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m Leave Jacksonvill .... 9.50 a.m. 7.15p.m. '
being make your sauce BY virtue of an execution issued out of Lake City........... 1.20 pm 2.40am Arrive Fernandina..ll.20 a.m. 8.40
with the broth. Beat two pinches of curry Circuit Court for the Fourth Judicial trial enterprises, who will erect on the property Leave Live Oak............11.35 a in 1.15 a m p.m.
with two yolks of eggs and tablespoonful of Circuit, in and for the County of Nassau Ellaville............10.10am 11.55pm
cream, and thicken your sauce. Arrange in a certain cause therein pending, purchased substantial improvementsfor Madison ............ 9.05 a m 10.50 p m
your chicken on a plate with a border of wherein C. L. Parsons & Sons and M. First "
Drifton............... 7.30am 9.05pm
rice. You can, if you like, mix the rice with & Co. are plaintiffs, and Marion Dowling is residence, or in which to conduct their Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm CONNECTIONS. '

the stew. Some people prefer it. defendant, I have levied upon, and will sell Tallahassee......... e.QQam 7.30pm .
ROLLED APPLE DUMPLINGS.Peel and chop at public auction on Monday, January 1st business. Quincy............. 5.30pm AT FERNANDINA, FLA., "
line tart make 1883, during the usual hours"of before With New York and Fernandina .
apples a crust of one cup of sale, INDUCEMENTS Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25 p m Steam-
rich buttermilk, one teaspoonful of soda the Court-House door in the City of Fernan- TO MANUFACTURERS Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 9

and flour enough to roll ; roll half an inch dina, the stock of merchandise, store fix- by exemption for a term of from Passenger trains leave Jacksonville at 10 a.m., 11.10a.m., or 5.30 p.m.: and for New
thick ; spread with the apple, sprinkle well tures, etc., belonging to said M. Dowling.PETER years a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. York on Thursday, at 10.25 4.15 p.m.,
with sugar and cinnamon, cut in :strips two CONE. taxation, offered by the several cities and Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45 or 4.50 p.m. r ,
inches wide, roll like Sheriff p.m., With and Florida
up jelly cake, set up Nassau County. arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 Georgia Inland Steam-
the rolls (on end) in a dripping pan, put- JOHN A. ELI.ERMANN, Deputy. towns. Apply to Y close connections with Florida p.m.Transit, making Rail- boat Company from Savannah daily except

ting a teaspoonful of butter on each, put in Fernandina, Fla., Nov. 27, 1882. 3 td road for Gainesville Ocala Leesburg and Monday; for Savannah daily except Sunday.
a moderate oven and baste them often with CHAS. W. LEWIS, With the Steamer Martha from St. Mary's

the juice. Use the juice for the sauce, and NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. Office cor. Beach & 7th sts., Fernandina. Cedar Sleepers Key.on all night trains.CONNECTIONS. River Landings on Wednesday and Friday;
flavor with brandy, if you choose. for St. Vary River Landings on Sunday ;

GRAHAM PUDDING. -Mix well together THE Citizens of Kings Ferry.having deter- At Jacksonville by Waycross Short Line, and Wednesday.

one-half a coffee cup of molasses, onequarter the to incorporate the said town with PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor with all points North or West ; with the AT CALLAHAN. "

of a cup of butter, one egg one-half a the following mouth of corporate creek limits: Beginning at for improvements in old Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for To and from Savannah and Charleston at _....
cup of milk, one-half a te.aspoonfnlofpure River about a and the St.1ary's ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand :: Fernandina ; and with Steamers for all 7.25 and 9.40 a. m., 7.30 and 3.40 p. m.
soda, one and one-half cups of good graham fifty yards west of the Eastern all patent business promptly attendedto. points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or
Landing on said river; running South along AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
flour, one small teacup raisins,spices INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Charleston;
to taste. Steam four hours and serve with said creek to wagon road crossing; thence ina REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented At Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail- To and from Tallahassee at 4.20 and 10.40a. I.

brandy or wine sauce, or any sauce that field straight South line of to the Southeast corner of by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent road for all South Florida, Ocklawaha River, m., 2.27 and 9.50 p. m. .

may be prepared. This makes a showy, as thence in dwelling at Woodstock ; Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- or Gulf points, without change of cars ; also AT HAWTHORNE,
a straight line to the
well as a light and wholesome dessert, and tist Church colored Bap- NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- for Cedar Key and Steamers to Gulf ports. To and from Palatka 10.45a.m.and 2.40 '
has the merit of simplicity and cheapness. ; due West to line of the ents in less time than those who are remote At Live Oak, by Nos. 5 and 6, with the .
Willianj Drummond' Grant; thence,along from Washington ., Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad for ".
COFFEE JELLY.-Half a box of Coxe's gel- said line West to St. Mary's River thence \ AT WILDWOOD. .
atine soaked half an hour in a half teacup down said river to place' of'r ; When Inventors send model or sketch, Albany or Savannah.At With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand
beginning make
; we search in the Patent Office and Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
cold water (as little water as possible) one hereby .,
give notice
to all registered voters advise Tampa daily except Sunday. :
to its
as patentability free of charge. Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- :
quart of
strong coffee made as ,if for table residing within said
proposed lim- ,
Correspondence confidential fees '
; reason- urdays.At e
svreetened ,
to taste add the dissolved its. to assemble at the
gelatine to the hot coffee; stir wellstrain ina public schoolhouseat able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT- Chattahoochee River with Stearuers With Florida & Havana :Mail Steamship 1
mold rinsed with cold water just before of December Ferry A.D.1882, on Thursday, the 28th day ENT IS OBTAINED. Chattahoochee on Sundays, and Evering- Company's Steamers for Key West on Mon-

using, set on ice or in a verv cool place ; organize a municipal, government., to select officers and We refer by permission to the City Post ham on Thursdays for Apalachicola, and day and Thursday; for Tampa on :Monday::\ I
master and to the of the and for and
serve with whipped cream. This jelly is ,J. E. DAVIS Superintendent returning on Tuesdays Saturdays Friday.
Post-Office Money Order Division Wash- Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates, .
very (pretty, formed in a circular mold with H. C. BAKER .
.ington. For special references, circular ser- j. s. MCELROY etc. apply to t
tube J ,
m center when turned out fill the J. A. KING
; "
space in center with vice, terms, etc., address Master of Transportation.W. A. O. MAcDONELL, ,
up a little. whipped cream heaped' J. R. NORFLEET C. A. SNOW& CO., :M. DAVIDSON, '. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent.D. .
Kings Ferry, Nov. 16, 1882. 2 4tCommittee. 2-tf Opp.Patent Office.Washington, D.C: General Manager.: E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21



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':{fw }.,i THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Christmas. What Is Said of,the Egnwnt. CLEARED. o _-

; J! :t. r There is no festival so universally so joyfully The Egmont, at Fernandina, Florida, has 18-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, FURNITURE

.r ,\ ; ,anticipated.and celebrated around the opened for the winter 'and every arrange- Savannah, with freight and passengers -
j j '.. fl.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS by J. A. Mercier.
\, whole circle of the habitable world as Christ- ment has been made to secure excellence in "
t" 20-City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Sa-
-'' 't't Reflections. mas. The youngest'child's first comprehension every department. Mr. Kittelle's guests of vannah, with freight and passengers -

"I, fq 1 of events in the world's history is centered former seasons will need no further reminder by J. A. Mercier.
1''q. I. ) on the birthday of Saviour. He and can those who 22-S. S. Western Texas, ,Risk, New
;:. f j ,.' ." Merry Christmas! our we only envy persons York, 1,210 tons; with freight FURNITURE
F' t Ex-Governor Drew was in the city on Fri perceives before he reasons that it is,a day of are to make,this winter,their first acquaintance and passengers,by R. W.South-

h day. joy and happiness. ,It is more than any with the delightfnl climate of Fernan- wick.

other the landmark of his youthful exist- dina and the comforts and luxuries of the 22-S. P.Cityof: Bridgeton,Fitzgerald,
: Mrs. M. M. Reid returned from Baltimore ence.. Egrnont.-Boston Cbur er. Savannah; with freight and pas-
N ; ,. Wednesday. sengers, by J. A. Mercier.IN .
On this -
one day the heart'of the world FURNITURE
The elegant Egmont Hotel),at Fernandina,
p '' Travel continues to be quite heavy on the beats in unison. The greatest fact in the PORT.
Florida last for
r was opened Monday the
P Transit and Peninsular Railroads.Mr. world's existence is acknowledged in celebrating Brig Kodiak Gilley.
winter season by Mr. G. W. Kittelle, who Brig Emiline, Urquhart.
P. Kelly, under the instructions of the birthday of the child of Bethlehem won for it last year a distinguished reputa Brig Angeli, Mitchell.Sch. .

, i .A the Street Committee, has been grading Emmanuel, prophet, priest and king. tion. The Egmont is one of the finest hotelsin Elwood Doran. I

Third street, between Ash and Beach. An absurd mode of celebrating the day prevails the South.-Boston Gazette. Sch. Carry E. Woodbury,Woodbury.Sch. FURNITURE
John J. .
Taylor, -
: ,. The children pf the Presbyterian Sunday at the South, which partakes of the Sch. Agnes I. Grace, Small.

', School will have their Christmas festival at wild tribes of Africa; the beating of tom- Murder Near Callahan.A Sch. Charlotte T. Sibley Bartlett.

, ,.,4 their church Tnesday night, December 26th. toms, the firing of guns, the popping off of brutal murder occurred at Dyal & Up- Sch. Aldytha Nelson.

. Chinese fire-crackers, and the making of ton's mill, about four and a half miles from Sch. Xebec, D nham.
The store of Messrs. Hilliard & Bailey, at Sch. Nellie S. Jerrell, Ludlam. FURNITURE
hideous and unearthly noises, betoken the Callahan, on the Waycross road, on Satur-
Billiard Station, was robbed of nearly three
; manners and customs of a heathen rather day last., Two negroes, Paul Bennett and I
' \ hundred dollars' worth of goods last week. The Western Texas arrived Tuesday, and
than Christian people. Sam_Bryant, employed about the.mill,upon
sailed at two with
yesterday, a. m., the following -
' : I A large quantity of machinery for Cook'ssawmill This manner of celebrating Christmas, as going to work in the morning got into a dis- bales
cargo: 667 of cotton, 172 bar-
at Highland Station, was received well as other. holidays, should be fordiddenby pute about the possession of an axe, which rels rosin, 11 barrels .spirits, 919 boxes or- FURNITURE

this week, and forwarded to its destination. law within the city limits. It is dangerous ended in a personal encounter. in which anges, 41 barrels oranges, 118 packages mer-

Mr. Jno.L.Clay, our popular young drug- in many ways, and is unnecessary to Bryant was knocked down. They were sep- chandise, 69 packages hides and skins, 643

.: gist, who has been confined to his bed for the proper enjoyment of the day. It is an- arated, and apparently went to work amica- boxes cedar, 25 barrels syrup.

". several weeks, with chronic gastritis,is slow- noyance, and a source of alarm as to fire and bly. Shortly after, however, Bryant left, FURNITURE

: ly recovering. frightening animals, etc. It should be puta returning after a while, accompanied by his New Advertisements.

Mr. G..F, Avery, Chairman of the Com stop to. brother, Wiu. Bryant, who carried an axe.

.. mittee on Lighting Streets of City Council, On coming upon Bennett, who seems to ,
,..' calls for proposals for lighting the street Election of Officers.At have had no suspicion of a renewal of the G AVERY) :' .

: lamps for the year 1883. a meeting of Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. altercation, they immediately attacked him, and Of the Profile House, White Mountains ,: FURNITURE
New York and
and A. M., held at the Masonic lodge room Sam Bryant cutting him across the abdo- ,
People living at Callahan and King's Fer-
on Monday night last, the following officers men with a knife, and his brother William BARBER AND FRISEUR,
ry complain of the great number of tramps
were elected for the ensuing Bennett's skull with the -
: crushing
year an axe,
that have put in an appearance since the AT EGMONT HOTEL. .
J. E. Wandell, Worshipful Master. wounds proving fatal. The murderers then "
inauguration of the Waycross Short line. Fred W. Hoyt, Senior Warden. and done for
J returned to their father's home at Callahan.A HairCutting Shampooing
A heavy rain storm set in.on yesterday John A. Whitney, Junior Warden. Ladies and Children. ,
morning, and continued to the hour of our Warren F. Scott, Treasurer. sheriff's posse was organized to arrest Ladies waited upon at their residences. 4 .... ,
,- Chas. H. Berg, Secretary.The them, which was met at the door by old < '
going to press. We hope it will not be followed :, .
installation of the newly-elected of- man Bryant, with a double-barrelled shot- ,.- .t .

by another cold wave. ficers will take place on Wednesday,Decem- gun in his- '.hands ; but after considerable ar- ,f,,_ ,0 -:,-i......
The Sunday school of St.Peters'Episcopal ber 27th, (St. John's day). All brethren in gument he finally surrendered his'sons A.B.. NOYES, "

Church, we learn, propose to hold their an- good standing are requested to attend. without a hostile struggle. The prisonerswere (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), ;

nual Christmas festival at Lyceum Hall on THB KNIGHTS OT HONOR. handcuffed, and, after a preliminary Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

Thursday evening next-Holy Innocents' Weeapopka Lodge No.2535,K.of H.,elect- examination by Justice Tracy, who committed -

Day. ed its officers for the ensuing year last Tues-. them, were taken in charge by Tax-Col- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, .

We purpose to give our annual review of day. The following is the list: lector Warren F. Scott, who had been on a CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY,GRAIN, ,

the business of Fernandina. We shall be G. N. Saussy, Dictator.C. collecting tour through the county. Mr. Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near

glad to notice any business houses, hotels, V. Hillyer,:Vice-Dictator. Scott brought them to this city on the after- Steamboat Landing,
E. T. Roux Assistant
etc., whose advertisements may be received J. Woodward, Reporter.W. noon train Saturday, when they. were FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.

.. during the week. A. Jones,''Financial Reporter. lodged in jail. Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. FURNITURE

Thomas Kydd. Treasurer.W. Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in I
The Jacksonville papers announce the re- H. Garland, Chaplain.W. We were shown yesterday, by Captain large quantities.

tirement from the position of money-order C. Beal, Guide. Saussy, orange blooms plucked from a tree Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa-

clerk of Mr. Geo. R. Carrnth, who has so C. A. Noyes. Guardian. in this city since the cold snap. 'CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the W I
S. T. Riddell Sentinel.A. best in the world.
acceptably filled that position in the Jacksonville ThermometerFOR
, Range of
0. MacDonell, Sitting Past Dictator. Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED FRED
post-office for many years.C. Theo. Starbuck, Retiring Past Dictator. THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, PLOWS.

D. Willard, Esq., Vice-President of the Trustees-W. O. Jeffreys, F. W. Simmons, HORSET'S DRUG STORE. Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSONVILLE -

Florida Transit & Peninsular and the Flori- and R. W. Southwick. 3 3.3 W.
Delegates to Grand Lodge-Past Dictator I I Wind
da Central Western Railroadsarrived from Theo. Starbuck ; Alternate, Past Dictator es. C'I ft s c,
I I... ....
New. York by special train on Wednesday W. C. Beal. 05 o Z
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!n' night. He proceeded to Jacksonville on The installation of officers takes place on Saturday.....Dec.16 140 53 50 421 NE. THE FERNANDINA z HOYTCO.

Thursday. Tuesday evening, January 2nd, 1883, at 8 Sunday............17 28 34 33 32 NW.
I Monday ............18 30 48 48 45 N'V. Book 1 Store. r1p
Attention is called to the card of Mr.Wm. o'clock. A large"attendance is desired. Stationery
Tuesday..;........19 44 60 60 58 NN.
F. Wood, Jr., who has recently opened a Wednesday......J20 56 64 64 62 NE. :; & c

I boot and shoe store on Centre street, opposite Huot's. New Store. Thursday .........21 65 78 78 66 SEe
Friday...._.........22 62 65 65 63 :E. NORMAN BEOWNSON, Manager.
F t. J. & T. Kydd's. Mr. Wood has a well- The schooner EUwood Doran arrived in
selected stock, and we bespeak for him a port Wednesday from New York with a full MARINE. !

r r share of the public's patronage. cargo of merchandise, consigned to Mr. C. CONSTANTLY ON HAND : En I. 1M,

We are glad to notice that Mr. Avery, in H. Huot. The cargo consists principally of Port of Fernandina. I

r .- charge of the street improvements, has been dry goods, groceries, provisions and ship HIGH WATER. Letter,Foolscap, Legal Cap and Note Papers,

attention to the removal of the decayed chandlery, and was purchased by Mr. Huot Saturday, Dec. 23...... 6:45: A.M. 7:10P.M.
paying -
and Domes-
,, Of the best qualities, Foreign FURNITURE
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personally at the North for his new store, Sunday, 24... 7:38" 7:58": match.
drain pipes in several of the streets, tic-ENVELOPES to
which Monday, 25...... 8:26" 8:43":
< and that have been increased in he recently occupied. Thisnew build- I
< our lamps Tuesday 26...... 9:10" 9:28"'Vednesday :
number, and are very much brighter and ing of Mr. Huot's is the handsomest, most 27...... 9:51" 10:10 u The Book Department,
. I convenient and best 28..10:29.t 10:50 u. ,
constructed business Thursday, :
better cared for than heretofore. and the is
to For general reading Holidays, I
I Friday, .i 29.1106 11:30
II I 1 block in the city, occupying the site of the complete. Schools can be supplied with all : ,
The new steamer Egmont mention of old store of the Huot brothers, corner of : the Books required; also WRITING MATERIALS ,0' '

which was recently made in''these columns, Second and Alachua streets which ,. rENTERED. such? as COPY BOOKS.
was.de Dee: rP of
: 18-. ,City Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,
under the command of her owner, CaptainG. stroyed in the great fire of 1876. The storeis ', c Savannah; with freight and passengers STAFFORD'S' CELEBRATED' WBITINO INS .
F. Harding, is now on her voyage hither, 101x40 feet, two stories, and is built en- ; *?', to J. A. Mercier.

and has been heard from by Mr. Kittelle. tirely of Philadelphia brick. The whole 19-S. S. ,Western Texas, New York, In different size bottles, and in quantitiesto

Her arrival here is looked forward to with lower floor is utilized as a store,the west and and Risk passengers, 1,210 tons, to; R.with W.South-freight suit the individual consumer or the retail
dealer. This Ink all other Inks,
much curiosity and no little interest surpasses .
south side being the wick. 0'
occupied! by dry-goods
either as a Writing Fluid or a Copying Ink. .
Mr. Bushnell, Civil Engineer, with his department, while the north end is devotedto 14 20-S. P.Savannah City of ,Bridgeton with freight,Fitzgerald and I. .

4 I : party, has completed the location of the line the sale of general merchandise., On the sengers, to J. Mercier, Agent.pas- THE HOLIDAY GOODS .,,' ."- 0

of the new railroad to be built connectingthe east side is Mr. Huot's private office and "'. 21-Brig Emiline, Urquhart. Have been selected with care, and are suchas '. -. ,

Macon &Brunswick Railroad,from Buffalo counting room. The handsome counteris 24-Brig Aneelia, Mitchell. will give general satisfaction. Call and o : "

in semi-circular form and is 21-Sch. Nellie S. Jerrell, Ludlam. see and then call and purchase. <. .'
: Station with Hart Road Station, on provided 21-Sch. Elwood Doran, ,

I. .- the Transit Road, a distance of about fifty with three desks, with teller's windows. ", 22-S. P. City,of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, 1J:8r The Estey Organ, which is the .) ,

':." miles, shortening the distance. to Savannah The middle one will be presided over by Savannah, with freight and pas- best in the world, is on sale,and can be seen

,J and the West sonie twenty-five miles. Mr. Huot's cashier and book-keeper, Mr. sengers, to J. A. :Mercier. and heard at any time. 4 FURNITURE
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John Gunn, and will be used for the
A coun'ty convention has been called by

:'.. the chairman of the Democratic, County firm's mercantile business exclusively. DOTTERER
Those on either side are to be used for settling H. E.
'< i ; Executive Committee! to convene at Callahan ,
n.K the accounts of the mill hands in Mr.
: ,
on the 7th of January next, for the t t FURNITURE
,'" .- 'Huot'sMw-mnI 'convenience
.o I''t purpose of recommending to the Governor : and for'0 the INVITES. 0 ATTENTION TO -HIS LARGE AND VARIED 4 ASSORTMENT OF. ;
o. of captains to .their and steve-
the following officers Tax-Collector
,, county : ,
dores. The counters and desks the ,
I tax-assessor, county assessor superintendentof are f* ..* .
handiwork of Dave Alverson, and do great !

0" missioners.public instruction and two county com credit to the mechanical skill of that gen- T{ FINE FAMILY GROCERIES } FURNITURE

tleman. The store is well lighted on the
:: Callahan needs improved and enlarged
Id I' Alachua and Second street sides by large 1* *
; ; hotel accommodations. A good hotel put i
windows,and has two front entrances, one

I; :i \ up in the vicinity of the depot would be well on. each street...... EMBRACING NEARLY EVERYTHING, THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF FURNITURE
.'" patronized and is greatly In default
The second story, which is not quite fin-
X .., of'a hotel we suggest that a nice depot building -
",, ished, will contain six rooms. At pres- FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
with well-furnished and
"a4 a sitting room
ent it will be
principally used for storing .
restaurant attached like the at
: a one Way-
u : goods. From this of
story flight
a stairs
t. ,_' cross, would be great convenience and give ONLY SUCH, GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS .
leads to the cupola, from which a magnifi- FURNITURE
Callahan a good reputation.
.- cent view can be obtained of the city and
harbor. Mr. McGiffin superintended the '. ,
+ '
Married l < S
u work of construction.Mr. .
> 6. and'his
H. Huot brother. Dr, L. V.
bride's uncle H. S. :the Florida i&
Flemington FURNITURE
Huot, who now, resides__ in Paris, have.. __, en.identified +-
.I -' -
ti Transit Railroad the Rev. C. A. Full- ? y
with the business interests of this
t wood, WEBB W. FARMER, of Hart's Road, ILPINE COFFEES
city since before the war, and by their '
a y o and Miss WILLIE A. LiPFOBDdaughter of Al- *ttt, .,,,. +-
shrewdness, close attention to business and _.. .
, bert T. Lipfordand wife,n&SallieP.Chaires, economy, have amassed quite a fortune,and 4..:., THE"# '0' BEST GOODS OF'THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PRQ BED. FURNITURE
x of Leon county., ". ,.w s '
I considerable real l estate. several ,stores,
,1 'JI The bride and groom left on a special : :,J :
and a saw-mill in this city.
I P train for their home Hart's Road where '
l .;; NE1V GOODS: Received toy Every Steamer. .
a sumptuous dinner had been prepared for
If you want to ,laugh and grow fat, go

:"" their I reception.I and see Old. ,Santa Clans ,,in J.H. Prescott's .. ,

.:; .j[Tallahassee. ,Floridian. please copy.] show window. .f' :.s./ <. 0' i,* 'Cor. Second. and Centre Sts.. FERNANDINA. FLA. FURNITURE
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