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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1882
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VOL. V. FERN D I NA, FLA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1882. NO. 6.. ; J I d r. /


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STATE NEWS Jr., director; John E. DuBignon, director ; dog stops the course of.the 19 oon. Barnes GERMANY. by the omission of Christmas dissipation .

Major Joseph Ganahl, director; :Mr. C. M. says that he will stay in New'York "as longas and revels. Department, as well as legisla- f 1
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Escambla. DeOcasta of New York counsel. the Lord provides." As'the' collectionshe THE AUSTRO-GERMAN ALLIANCE NOT WEAKENED.
tive work, is much behind hand. There is
trade with the Continent of Europefor THE DAMAGE BY THE FLOODS. i
Our The new organization was perfected by takes up are barely, sufficient to pay the no reason that it should be so. Idleness Z :

the year ending October 31, 1882, was as the resignation of one at a time, till of. the rent of the hall, his sojourn Gotham will To the Editor of the Mirror: and not overwork, has been the almost universal

follows : Cleared for Holland: ? vessels of old directors only Mr. Budge and Colonel be of short duration.An BERLIN, December 11, 1882. rule. The bureaus seldom do ,I 4

with 219,814 cub. ft., hewn 448- Prince Rudolph of Austria cannot com- to-day
15,737 tons, Schlatter, remained as directors. The new amusing incident happened recently what can be done to-morrow and there x
cub. ft.sawn timber and 2,411,000 sup. ft. plain of the sport afforded to him on the .
564 board is composed as follows : Frederick in Police Captain Williams' precinct. Now, an accumulation of work on all the desks of t
lumber. Cleared for France 46 vessels of 27- Wolfe and director. Directors whatever people about him and royal hunting grounds near Letzingen. In
president : may say the mammoth civil service force of the Y
tons with 374,396 cub. ft. hewn, 660,904 George his fondness for two.days he has shot twenty-two wild ,boar
211 Messrs. Abram Bamberger, Zabris- clubbing! people he is an United States that is absolutely '
cub. ft. sawn timber and 5,372,000 sup. ft. Schlatter excellent and in the work and eighty-one fallow deer, making a total appalling.
kie, Max Cohn, Charles L. Henry disciplinarian, of Those who have business with the Pension

lumber. Cleared for Germany 19 vessels of Budge, C. P. Goodyear. Mr. Geo. Zabriskieis keeping order he knows neither friend nor of one hundred and three head of big game. Office the Patent Office, the Land Office and '

11.505 tons, with 270,170 cub. ft.."hewn, 215-, the New York counsel of the purchasers.Mr. foe.' A few evenings "ago one:of the mem- When he arrived here on Thursday, Em- a score of other bureaus have to wait ,
7 cub. ft. timber and 1,786.000: sup. thV: peror William met him in person at the station an un-
588 sawn AbramE. Bamberger was elected secre- bers of leunesscDorfegaj/fi dinner party reasonable time and suffer serious ,

lumber. Italy received 18 vessels of 11,139 tary and treasurer. Colonel Schlatter and to a number of gentlemen ,aha also invited and, altogether, his reception has been loss before their cases can be reached pecuniary for {

tons carrying 158,948 cub ft. hewn, 140,006 Mr. Meader continue in charge of the man- Captain Williams. The, Captain left about of a kind to prove that M. de Gier's visit tion. It is not that there is any lack ac-of .

cub. ft. sawn timber and 3,244,000 sup. ft. but the others remained much has certainly not succeeded in weakening an
agement of the road. midnight, clerks, it is because there is a lack of work. ,
alliance of which writer in the Qrenzbote
lumber; tivliile Spain received 5 vessels of Active work on the extension will be com- later. When the party fipafly( broke, up all a Underwork instead of, overwork. The ''

2,683 tons, with 37,684 cub. ft. hewn, 16,508 menced immediately after the holidays. The were more or less hilarious, ,and as the assures us that"it i is a written" one, con- ernment working hours are only six gov in '
cluded in all forms. I have
cub. ft. sawn timber and 909,000 sup. ft. of first work will be throwing a bridge across morning was bright and crisp, five of the customary the twenty-four, but no civil service systemhas i. x
doubted this to be fact but it is ,,
never a
lumber. Shipments to Portugal, Belgiumand the Flint river at Albany. The road will be merrymakers decided to walk' home. The yet been devised to make the thousands -

Austria and elsewhere make the total completed tothe Chattahoochee,river within leader of these was a member of, a promi- interesting to hear so now from an inspired of employ of the government work stead-

shipments to the Continent foot up 134 ves- the year 1883, and the road from Memphisto nent shipping firm, and oneof; the shining source, evidently anxious to calm any jeal- ily and effectively for much more than half

sels, of 80,250 tons, with 1,248,418 cub. ft. Selma and from Selma to the Chattahoo- lights of the New York Yacht.Club. Previous ous apprehensions that may exist on the that time per day. They read

hewn timber and 1,647,931 cub. ft. sawn do., chee river will be contracted as fast as money to the recent election his name was banks of the Danube, in consequence of the they discuss politics,the ,balls newspapers
opera ,boating,
latest Russian
movements of diplomacy.The .
together with 17,305,000 feet of lumber.- and energy can do it. pushed by a very powerful body for one of S\-andal-wbile the work of the Governmentis

Hyer's annual circular, from which we When completed the line will be con- the chief offices in the city's gifts. To be- writer gives us to understand that the neglected. It is difficult to reach this
relations between St. and Vienna
quote freely in this issue, reveals the follow- tinuous from Kansas City to Brunswick, be- guile the tedium of walking they amused Petersburg evil, for the chiefs of bureaus are frequently

ing interesting details concerning the exports sides connecting with the Erlanger system themselves by upsetting ashjbarrels, cigar have been unsatisfactory during the past the leaders in the gossip. No private corporation i
and declares that if Russia wishesto
summer,
from this city during the year ending: where this line crosses the Alabama Great store Indians, and other high tirt ornamentsof though backed by the wealth of
draw nearer to Germany, she can only do a S
Oct. 31st, 1882. One hundred vessels of 158-, Southern northwest of Selma. the streets. When a policeman endeav- Vanderbilt or a Gould, could survive the

492 tons burden and carrying 2,375,770 cubic Mr. Fred. Wolffe, the purchaser,has to- ored to make them behave themselves: they so by renouncing more distinctly and decid- I civil service system of the United States. It
than hitherto the which she has
feet of hewn timber, 4,940,275 cubic feet of day completed the purchase by payment in made sport .of him, and desired .to know not edly unjustly been credited policy with during late is indeed time that reform should occupy

sawn timber and 10,419,000 superficial feet full of the consideration agreed upon with whether his mother was aware that he was the attention of Congress.

of lumber cleared for ports in England ; the late owners.-Savannah News out, and whether he tried,to. 'emulate the years. The above article which is commented The shop windows of Washington are full i
,
the whole German also deals
while 56 vessels of 42,511 tons burden, carry- morrting in freshness. The officer arrestedthe on by press, of holiday goods. The streets '
with the relations of to are already ;
ing 466,403 cubic feet hewn timber, 1,667- NEW YORK whole party. Capital 1" exclaimed the Germany England, resonant with the toot of tin horns. But .a..
and considers alliance between the two
502 cubic feet of sawn timber with 2,253,000 leader of the band. Let's go with him. an shopkeepers complain of unusual dullness _
unless France should : ,
superficial feet of lumber cleared for ports of BUSINESS DULL IN THE STORES-PLENTY OF It's only a lark. What a face Williams will powers improbable, in trade, which they attribute to the election
thwart British The two
Scotland, and 17 vessels of 14,504 tons burden PEOPLE TO CROWD THE THOROUGHFARES, make when he sees us marching in, 'to pay openly policy. in November. They argue that Government ,

carrying 349,244 cubic feet of hewn timber, AND TO ADMIRE THE CHRISTMAS DIS- him a morning call. Of course he'll ask 'us principal reasons assigned for this opinionare employ, who, with their families and de-
Gladstone's dislike and
Mr. to
306,796 cubic feet of sawn timber and 324- PLAYS, BUT FEW TO PURCHASE- to step into his room and smoke a cigar Germany, pendents,compose two-thirds population i
the fact that it is not in accordance with
000 superficial feet of lumber-sailed for the TIGHTNESS OF THE MONEY with him, and then send us home." English traditions to conclude alliances of the capital,are economizing and hoarding .

ports of Queenstown, Dublin and Belfast in MARKET.To Full of bright anticipations the party pro- in view of possible dismissal.The .
without in view.
having a positive object
Ireland. To sum up : 263 vessels of 215,477 the Editor of The Mirror: ceeded to the Twenty-ninth Precinct Station fight for the Speakership among the
None of the tributaries of the Rhine have
tons with 3,191,417 cubic feet hewn timber NEW YORK, December 23.1882. Democrats
House. A particular gruff sergeant was waxes warmer, and the situation
contributed more copiously to present disasters -
and 6,914,573 cubic feet of sawn timber to- The streets of the city are thronged with is the "
at the desk. "What charge? he than the Moselle. The district of grows more complicated. New candidates _

gether with 13,996,000 superficial feet of shoppers, and the thoroughfares in front of asked. "Disorderly conduct," was, the re- Metz especially has been visited by water- are continuously appearing; Randall, Car-

lumber, was shipped from the port of Pen- the great stores in Broadway, Sixth avenue, ply. "That's all right, old fellow," laughingly and such torrents of water have lisle, Blackburn, and Eaton are all regularly
sacola from November 1881 the spouts,
1st, to portsof Eighth avenue, Fourteenth street, Twenty- burst in Mr. ; where's the Cap- flowed into the river that at its junctionwith entered, with several counties yet to hear

Great Britain. These figures alone speak third street and Grand street, are fairly tain. You've got nothing to do with the the Rhine, below Coblentz, it has attained from. Ex-Senator Eaton, who will be a
volumes for our foreign commerce ; but blocked with males and females and He is Name I member of the
; young Captain. engaged. and occu- a height unknown for centuries. The next House holds that he is t
elsewhere we have noted some facts concern- old rich and And yet the proprietorsof '' the 4r
poor. pation ? "But I'm a friend: of Captain only surviving representative Democrat
Rhine has not risen so high since 1784, and
ingour traffic with the Continents of Europe, nearly; all the stores complain of bad bus Williams' must -'know' I'm in the field for the
office.
; why, you .... me. had storms raged last week as they did in He says Randallis r
Africa, Australia, &c., West Indies, South iness. The crowds rush in, look on and go Mr. --; ." Don care-who yonare.- -* You 1876, the damage,inflicted,would have been for protected iron, and Carlisle for free .

America, &c., and our Coastwise trade.- and this is the same story below"' \ and tobacco
away, every- and your friends go But- incalculable. How much harm has already whiskey ,and thatneithershould
Our African arid Australian trade gave workto where. A fair business is done in the "
being be
allowed
"No but's now, move on. The doorman to have that dangerous toy, the
been done will only be known when the
6 vessels of 3,335 tons, which transported and doll departments but outside of
toy
rattled his keys, the iron gate leading to the subsided. Furniture gavel.
floods shall have and
24,782 cub. ft. hewn timber, 23,509 cub ft. these the income scarcely covers when the Some of that ,
expenses. prison swung open Captain ap unpleasantness which Re-
goods on ground floors, and stores in cellarsare
timber and ft. of lumber
sawn 1,595,000 sup. The other afternoon I had to accompany a peared. Just in time, Aleck, to put an of course, ruined, and that houses will publicans have predicted and are so ardently

-Our coastwise trade employed 125 vesselsof lady to an immense establishment in Four- end to the joke this fellow of yours is play- for months is hoping for begins to show itself. In Democratic t
remain than.probable
damp more
55,719 tons which carried 81,042 cub. ft. i
teenth street. We half hourat i
were nearly an circles
ing on us. exclaimed Mr. X. "Sir, replied but how foundations have been disparaging remarks as to the
of hewn timber and ft. lumber many
37,943,000 sup. one stand, the lady of course taking the of who
Williams, "my name is Captain Williams sappedand how many walls will give away, candidacy some are running are
1 usual female allowance of time to make her and this fellow js the Sergeant in tell. houses have being whispered, and comments unfavorable ill
no one as yet can Many
Monroe. selections. During that half hour the girl charge hurry and get into cells, to the motives of candidates are being ut
; up your
been evacuated some have already crum-
tered.
Possibly the early opening of the
FORT MYERS December 24.-The
dredge that waited asked
us was fully one
upon
otherwise I will make of
a charge resistingan
sad and fight of service to the
It is Democrats
bled down. a yet picturesquesight may prove ;
boat of the Okechobee Land Company, hundred questions by people passing by, it
officer against ou. The.blank amaze- to contemplate kind-hearted people, may give exasperated tempers time to cool
after nearly a year's work and cutting eleven and not one of these questions led to a pur- ment on the faces of the party was inde- of Wied and his the before the main contest takes place, but at
miles of canal feet wide and six like the Prince guests, present there is prospect of a struggle that
twenty-two chase of even the veriest trifle. The anxiety scribable. Seeing that Williams meant bus- .
Crown-Prince and Crown-Princess of Den- will make all
previous struggles seem little
feet entered Lake Okechobee the
deep, on of the owners and and the
managers, iness, they retired without much ado to the the streetsof in comparison.
mark charitably plying through
21st inst. and the waters of the Kissimmee ,
fatigue and strain on the employes in these
dreary and cold cells. A messenger was of laden with
Neu-Wied in boats
River now find an outlet to the Gulf of .stores is really enormous. The latter have provisions A Card. ."
and
course procured, an accommodating po-
Mexico via the Caloosahatchie River. Thisis been required to work from fourteen to fifteen lice justice came down, opened court and' while the hungry ladders and thirsty and hands appear at Mr. Editor:-On account of false reporte-.

an important event, not only to this sec, hours a day during the past week, and discharged the party. The story, however, stretched windows or on seize the ,welcome loaf are I having been spread in} this community relative
tiou of but to the entire State for out to ,jug to the and action
country the result of the hot stifling air and restless leaked out and causes much amusement, in origin of our City
similar
coffee.
the lowering of Lake Okechobee will bring of water or can of A spec- Council the resolution
worry is telling on the girls. Poor things, the clubs. upon bonding the

into market several hundred thousand acres they have seemingly not spirit enough left The virtuous spell which District Attorney tacle was still to be witnessed yesterday in city, you will do me a favor,as well as doing.
Deutz and
Koeln
of valuable sugar lands, as well as affordinga to insist on their title of "salesladies." but McKeon forced on New York for a few Dusseldorf, Duisburg justice to the Council, by publishing the en-
Muehlheim. In the waters at-
great of inland navigation.-Dispatch some places dorsement written the resolution .
system are content to remain plain saleswomen.The upon ,
weeks before election isover,and now Goth- tained of feet and carried .
a height eight ,
to the Union. which endorsement read the Presi-
was by
cause of this dullness be traced
may am is as wicked as she ever was. Last Saturday and rubbish in the branches of
St. Johns. back directly to the tightness of the : straw up dent of the Council prior to a vote being
money all of the gambling houses reopened, trees. The island of Nonnenwerth well
so
,
THE BANK OF ST. AUGUSTINE.A letter market, and to the sharp decline of some of I and "running"" almost night and day toa known to tourists and lovers of poetry, was taken on the resolution, and was in the. following }- .

received by the Weekly from Mr. Gco. W. the leading securities on the Stock Ex vast patronage. The roulette wheel whirrs the waters. The latest words:
submerged by
quite
Gibbs informs us that the "Bank of St. change. Wall street is the place of metro- and the chips click a fandango of wild ex- "J/r. President-As I am unable to attend
advices lead us to hope that the floods are Council meeting to-night, you will do me
Augustine is established fact. Mr. politan life. When it makes
an money every- citement which to the philosophical look-
to-day nowhere higher than three feet above "ft favor by having some member introduce-
Gibbs will leave Jacksonville January 1st. body seems prosperous, when it loses every- er-on, makes it a seven days' wonder, when the river banks. Railway communicationsare "this resolution to-night.

for St. Augustine and will have everythingin body is short. The bears have things pretty he thinks of the bitter fight made by Mr. the "Resp'y yours,
still partially interrupted. Although "
operation by the 10th. All arrangementshave generally their own but'a feeling of hope- [Signed] O. S. OAKKS.
;
McKeon against the fraternity, and his man- government contributes $125,000 for the impoverished "Nov. 29th, 1882."
already been made, even to the order- fulness is manifesting itself on the bull side ifestos that he was going to root them out people and for repairing dykes,

ing of stationery. The new institution will of the street, and after the first of January of New York and vicinity. But, 1 suppose, it will take much larger sums to reconvertacres Respectfully.C.. A. HALEY!:

have a strong backing of capital and will settling has been gone through with affairs they cannot be stopped. It is hard enoughto covered with sand and mud into corn- Fernandina, December 28, 1882.

fill a want long felt here. All interested in will again have an upward tendency.The put an end to gambling in the inland fields. Hotel Arrivals .

the commercial prosperity of St. Augustine other evening I listened to Barnes, towns, but in a city like this where the I

will' rejoice at the establishment of a bankin the Mountain Evangelist" as he delightsto floating population equals in numbers the WASHINGTON.To EGMONT.J .

town and everybody will gladly welcome hear himself called, the free lance preacher resident inhabitants, games of chance will the Editor of the Mirror: H Boynton. C Thompson, II C Meinell.

'Mr. Gibbs back to his old home.-Com- who convulsed Kentucky in the spring.He be indulged in, if not publicly,, certainly WASHINGTON December 23. 1882. A B Powell, E T Jackson J Washington,

.pany F. 3rd Artillery left on Tuesday tor preached, or rather harangued, to a small privately.Mrs. For a reason not difficult to discover thereis H J Tiffin, New York ; A Redington, San-
Francisco S W Morse. Boston Geo Lander,
'Texas.-Col. Coryell returned from the ca- audience of curiosity seekers at Clarendon General Hancock has composed a Te not the usual amount,of holiday senti- T M Carnegie; Pit &bnrg, Pa;; H C Cook,

'nal this week and reports everything irr ex- Hall. His tone and manner struck me as Deum which is to be sung in the chapel of ment in the present Congress. It is not Philadelphia; W A Craig, New Haven ; 8-

cellent order. On the last day the Colonelwas offensive in the extreme. The familiar man- Governor's Island on Christmas morning. known even now whether there will be a :M Rickford, J S Brown, Pennsylvania; C B

present with the dredge she cut five ner in which he handles things which All work and Dibble, Rosewood ; Geo F Bolles, wife and
we Those who have heard it say that the work holiday adjournment or not. child, Atlanta; E Winter, C' M Edwards
hundred and fifty feet under adverse circumstances believe sacred was akin to blasphemy, and shows much depth of feeling, skill in com- no play has been resolved by the Senate. Jackson ville.

Work is still going on through the the spirit of braggadocio in which he speaksof position, and beauty of conception. It will And the festively inclined in the House are MANSION HOUSE. .

Washington property.-St. Johns Weekly. his own labors is calculated to repulse.: probably be rendered later on at one of the restlessly looking out of the metaphorical A Knight, Waldo; R B Sandiford, J 0

Compared with him the orators of the Sal- many concerts during the holidays in Brook- windows, and longing for the Christmas of Bessent, St :Marys ; M B Hillyard Mobile ;
C Graham Cook Bend, Ind ; 8 P Wilson,
RAILROAD NOTES. vation Army are mild and reserved. I had lyn, organized by amateurs for the benefitof their youth and innocence with such fore- Coneville, Fla; A S Trosky James A Tripp,

a short conversation with him afterward the poor. bodings of disappointment as'Congressmenhave Wm Batty. D J Smith, R C McCall, H L

BRUNSWICK fe WESTERN-ANOTHER LONG and was more than ever disgusted with him. The Christmas musical programmes of the not had before. All the clerks in all Wilson, J E Davis, Miss Tucker J E Richards -
Florida G F Tallahassee E
STEP PROGRESS The reorganization If.I tell that he talks acts and for that If Congress ; Henry ;
IN SOUTHERN you various churches show much skill of ar the departments are melancholy. Hubbs and wife, C Merheen, Savannah ;

of the Brunswick & Albany Rail- matter, looks like an advance agent of a cir- rangement. I notice a tendency to returnto holds continuous sessions through the O B Gerly, J H Lippercote, F Spencer:

road Company was perfected to-day and the cus, I think you will understand the im- sacred music pure and simple! which is a 'holidays, there will be. no play for them. Boston ; Azor Marvin. T S Condon W H

name of the company changed to the Bruns- pression he makes. A very offensive part faithful departure from the inroads into the This, phenomenal industry! in the face of King.Lucas Clarence Jacksonville A Lloyd; J C, James Thompson.W Knott J A,

wick & Western. There were present at of his conversation was the constant reiter- operatic field, which the organists of a number ,Spencer's recent lugubrious sermon on the New York; David Thompson St Johns, N

the reorganization, representing old com ation of the charge that the ministers of of fashionable churches were so fond of '"overwork" of the American people is B ; Miss E M Beckwith, Norwich, Conn ; J

pany Jacob Denuefville, president; Colonel the regular churches were jealous of him making a few seasons ago. alarming to idleness and to idleness only. D Bessent. Captain J Richards,Joseph Shep-
ard, Yates T E
Fisher
Thompson Georgia
and and tried to thwart him. His and employed will be :
Charles L. Schlatter, general manager presence interferes Congress government Herbert Raymond and wife, Alabama; B F A

director; Mr., Richard Kellner, director; .Mr. with the regular observation of religious The Senate has'passed Senator Edmunds' all the better prepared for the New Year by Johnson and wife, Canada; Mrs A M Ba- '

Henry Badge, director; Charles L. Schlatter, duties no more than the baying of a Political Assessment Bill. the habits which regular work imposes, and con, Miss F T Bacon,I S O'Neill, New Hope.
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L1! .AN UNPUBLISHED POEM. thoughts? I hear- the' flog-cart going round \ assembled in the drawing-room, she only I was certainly very handsome, with dark it. was love for Vernon --
f ; which had
P to the front door. "
making her appearance a few minutes be- which look in prompted
' eyes, wore a languid, sleepy her to them.-All the
The years have turned over and over, ,Val brought herself back from a delightful fore.dinner was announced. At the first them very well suited to his style. For all Year Round.

4L. Soft April and dew-dripping May, past to 'a still more delightful present, touch of her fingers 'on his arm, as they that he was observant, and could see as
Since all where a bank of red clover, and sat up in expectant attitude with spark- went into dinner, he felt that somethingwas much with his half-closed eyes as most THE DISTINGUISHING CHARM.A delightful
people
Half ground and halfsky stretched away, ling eyes and flushed cheeks. wrong. ,He glanced at her earnestly, with theirs wide open, and he had not fragrance of freshly) gathered flowers and
r 'r A little maid sat at her, milking, In a few minutes the-door was flung open but her face was averted. been many minutes at table ere he perceived spices is the distinguishing charm of Flores-
t "5 And singing a loft-lilting lay. and Dalrymple was announced. He 44 What made you" forget your appoint- something was seriously wrong between his ton Cologne.

was tall, soldierly-looking, with grave ment with ifre, dear?" he asked, in low brother and his betrothed.
",i ,. 'Up out of thedaisy-draped edgesi serious face, and dark, Earnest eyes, which, tones, as they seated themselves at table. Breakfast over, he approached Val and MOSEY\ FOR A RAINY DAY.-"For six
I ;. That bordered the green milking lane, when he smiled, softened and lit up in a 441 did not forget,*' answered Val, scorn- said, with a smile wonderfully like Ver- my daughter was sick from kidney and other years
fl :. Up out of the depths of the hedges, wonderfully attractive manner. ing to make make an excuse. non's: disorders. We had used up our
R1 ; To list to the lilt of her strain _In the of the two ladies Vale- 44No?" in "I doctors when savings on
dominie
presence some surprise. suppose Come for a stroll with me, will you? As our advised us to
The brown little heads of the wild birds tryeffected
tr '/ : rie's greeting with him was necessarily restrained something detained you, then. I will for- we are soon to be related, it is only naturalI Parker's Ginger Tonic- Four bottles
h; ;, Were lifted again and again. a silent but expressive pressure of give you this time; but I don't know that I should wish to be better acquainted with a cure, and as a dollar's worth has kept

h t r; A fair sight it was to behold her, the hands, and Captain:- alrymple turned to shall be 'so lenient again," and he smiled you." family well over a year, we have been able our

:'-, No shadow of care, on her brow, Lady"i Marchmont. tenderly down on her. To his dismay it Val was fain to consent. She was only too to lay by money, again for a rainy day."-A.:
have thank kind-
-' to you for great Poor Man's
your won no Wife.
response.Val anxious
to from Vernon's
: shoulder
: -The girlish arm bare to the escape presence ;
" ,# .. That,leaned on the flank of the cow; ness"in extending to n>.e your invitation to had not yet recovered from the un- the misery of being with him and yet estranged ; -
.. U' Val. : pleasant shock her feelings had received, from him Beautiful skin, and fair
Ob, Maytime, my beautiful May time I Jol' *' was more than she could complexion, robust -
"I am too delighted to see answered but she health and
? you was too angry- too puzzled to clear- powers of endurance
hast thou her fol-
how to now ,
come
;i; ",;,.': Say, Lady Marchmont heartily; "and, for the ly define her thoughts ; she was chiefly con- bear.After wandering about for a while, Her- low the use of Brown Iron Bitters.

." 1> Draw!back from the window the curtain, rest, you know Val would not have con- scious of an intense hatred and jealousy of bert making vain attempts to amuse Val
. sented to come if you Had not also favoredus Mrs. Maitland. It was scarcely wonderfulthat with his
;.Y '. Look in on the bed where,she lies ; light talk, they seated themselves
Ivtf',! ,1 The shadows are cold and uncertain, with your company.!" she should be silent and abstracted on a shady bench, and the former said, .A.BLISI-.IED 187. .
hr> \Jt The sun going out of her skies, As she spoke she half turned toward Mrs. during the dinner, but the party was too without further preface:
',j t i I The sick soul aweary with waiting, Maitland with the intention of introducing large and too animated for this to be noticedsave What is there wrong between you and
her, when, to Val's astonishment, that lady two of its members. "
; y Comes up to look out of her eyes. by Vernon ?
+t t y1aa : came forward, holding out her hand, as she Dalrymple," said Sir Harry Marchmont, Val flushed crimson. = DRUGS//= "

,;+ "I. She turns the years over and over said, with her most fascinating smile: claiming that gentleman's attention, I was I don't understand you," she said. _
') ,.H Clear back to the Maytime gone by, "There is no need for an introduction introduced to-day to a brother of yours. Did "Don't you?" answered Herbert, in his _
'Clear back to the cloud of red clover Lady,Marchmont; Captain Dalrymple andI you know he was in these parts?" lazy tones. I should have thought my !
!"": j That shimmers half ground and half sky ; are old friends." "My brother Herbert I suppose? I remember meaning pretty clear. I am not a very MEDICINESHORSEY h
,\; And she cries from the depth of her anguish, Val turned her gaze to her lover's face, his telling me hiwas going to stay clever fellow, Miss Charteris, but it did not It
:6k "My Lord and my God is it I?'' and saw there an expression that she could with some friends of his, the Sinclairs, butI require very bright wits to discover there
-.Alice Carey. not exactly fathom. Was it surprise, an- did not know their place was near here." was something amiss."

.. noyance, or embarrassment? "Only half an hour's drive," returnedSir Val made no rejoinder; in truth, she was
' He seemed for moment somewhat at a 44 handsome & CO.
A PASSING CLOUD. a Harry. He's confoundedly experiencing some difficulty keeping from ,
'
:s <;-i", loss for a r ply. fellow-I should say a great favorite with tears. .
*41 did not expect to meet you," he said at the fair sex. I asked him over to breakfast "
I think it such
: 'Val, will you take my advice? a pity for people to fall
: ': I. ',' It depends whether snits my fancy, length. to-morrow and to spend the day. He told out about trifles," proceeded Herbert, for =I PHARMACISTS 1=
"The unexpected always happens, you me he had not yet made the acquaintanceof
dear. Did you ever know any one take ad- knowing Vernon as I do, I can't believe he
know, replied Mrs. Maitland, laughing. his future sister-in-law."
have
vice otherwise? can given you any real cause for com-
What 'did it mean? Val asked herself. No, to be sure. Herbert is the only one
.' Lady Marchmont: laughed. plaint. There's not a better fellow breathing -
I am :afraid mine will hardly do so in That they should be acquainted with each of us you don't know," said Vernon, turn- than he ; I, as his brother, ought to be Centre Street,
this instance, I would suggest that you other was not wonderful, but why had Mrs. ing to Val. "I think you will like him.He's able to give an opinion on the subject." FERNANDINA, FLORIDA,
take a book and try to read, as the time Maitland been silent on the point toward an awfully good-natured fellow, a lit- Still Val sat silent ; she felt half inclinedto
her, and above all why should her presence tle spoiled perhaps, but, according to Sir be with hand
would pass much quicker if you did not angry this officious young man constantly on a fine assort-
study the clock''every five minutes. There apparently disconcert Vernon in some way? Harry, that is hardly to be wondered at"Val's for his interference in her private affairs, KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR-

' is one on that table that could not fail to interest She had not time to ponder further on the face, however, plainly expressed en- but somehow, in spite of all, it was so sweetto EIGN and DOMESTIC
you: it is the story of a fair maid who subject, for the next moment Captain Dal- tire indifference to Herbert Dalrymple'smerits hear Vernon praised.

suffered all{1 the pangs, the agonies, the rymple turned to her with his .attractive or demerits. You won't be offended with me I hopeif Drugs and Chemicals
I. doubts' of a true love, that did not, like smile, under the influence of which Val's When the gentlemen returned to the I tell :you I think you are very lucky to ,
., yours, run smooth." disquietude melted instantly. How absurdto drawing-room, Dalrymple made his way at have won his love" continued Mr. Dalrymple -
"I should probably throw it to the other worry about such a thing, when of course, once to Val,who was sitting somewhat apart, in no way discomposed at having the Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
end of the room after five minutes. at the first opportunity. Vernon would ex- and, bending over her, said in a low tone : talk all to himself. Vernon's not like me,
"And to think," said Lady Marchmont, plain it all What is amiss with you, dear? You do you know. I can't help spooning every Proprietary and Fancy Goods

meditatively to think thatsix months agoyou This thought revived her spirits, and not seem yourself this evening." pretty girl I come across, but with him you
did not know this hero who is now when a few minutes later the party was It was likely, Val thought, that she are just the first woman he has ever lovedor FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
making such,havoc in your peace of mind." swelled by some other guests staying at the should be herself, when she had seen that spoken to of love." I II I

Valerie rose impatiently from her seat and Hall, she was the gayest of the gay, enjoy- creature, as she inwardly designated Mrs. Val turned to him eagerly. "Are you PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
., '' asides with Captain Dal- Maitland, standing by his side, holding his .
.' walked across to the window, a frown ruffling ing d'lightfnllittle sure-quite sure?
.. the serenity of her white forehead,and rymple, which enabled her totally to forget hands, and making eyes at him, positivelyas Mr. Dalrymple laid his handsome head IN GREAT VARIETY.
a'' ,a vexed look in her pretty gray eyes. the existence of Mrs. Maitland. though she had the right to do so. back against the tree and surveyed her from
She was a tall, slender girl, with more Meet me in the drawing-room before any She could bear it no longer; she must under his half-closed lids with an expression "
'claims to beauty than are accorded from the one is down," she whispered to him as they have an explanation at once", she resolved. of amusement."I &&- Physicians Prescriptions -
mere possession of regular features and a separated to dress for dinner. Come out on the terrace, she said, rising "- think I see at last" he mused; "the carefully compounded with
;' faultless complexion, which good points "All right, darling," he replied, as he- impetuously. "I want to speak to you. little girl is jealous-I fancy I know of pure
:
; He followed her and when Drugs, at reasonable prices.DR. .
many girls will own,and yet be highly uninteresting smiled down on her with those eloquentdark obediently whom. '
. and unattractive Val's chief charm eyes that had won her heart's allegi- they were beyond sight or hearing of any "Quite sure," he said aloud ; "but that

lay in her entire unconsciousness of self ance. one, said gently: has not prevented many women being in
and the animated play of her mobile sensi- Captain Dalryraple performed his toilet ina "" Well, what is troubling you, dear?" love with him. There's a certain lady, nota

: tive face, in which, as in her gray eyes, was very space of time, and repaired at What "is there between you and Mrs. dozen miles from here, who tried very J. D. PALMER. T. w. PALMER.
Maitland? asked Val fixing her clear
'reflected every emotion of her sympatheticnature. once to the drawing-room, there to await hard to win him""Do I
.; She was a girl who from impulse Val. He wandered into the conservatoryand glance on him" as she abruptly plunged in, you mean Mrs. Maitland?" asked PALMER BRO'S
might probably act hastily or thoughtlessly, paced about restlessly.One medias res. Val, in a low. hurried tone. ,
but who would be only too ready to own of the glass doors opening close by Captain Dalrymple regarded her in un- "'What makes you guess that?"
him caused him to turn quickly with a feigned astonishment. Because oh because I have been
-
,
her error if once convinced of it a rare vir- very i-j-4- t-r-
; 44 i I i-HI II is I : 1 : II I : II II I [ I
tue, indeed, for surely the hardest of all smile of welcome on his lips, when, to his What" is there between Mrs."Maitlandand unhappy through her," said Val, clasping
concessions is that which avows, "I was utter surprise, he found himself confrontedby me he repeated slowly. My dear her hands together with a pathetic little PH ARiIAIT S
I'' wrong" Mrs. Muitland. Val, I don't understand you'"And gesture, her gray eyes full of tears.
Vales abrupt movement caused Lady She came quickly forward with the quick I don't understand you,1' hotly responded "Tell me about it," responded Herbert, I

Marchmont to look up inquiringly, and she gliding walk which was 'vculiar to her, but the young lady. "You cannot tenderly, and to Val's surprise she found
.; divined the cause of her displeasure. The her hr.aitual: self twsse.afon seemed strangely deny, Vernon, that when you met Mrs. herself detailing her grievances to this young Centre Street
." !: young lady had certain peculiar notions of ruffled. Maitland" yoH looked very, very taken man, who an hour ago had been unknownto near Depot,

her own, and did not like being joked about 441 must apologize for thus intruding on aback. her. As she concluded, she was some- '
her love and her lover, especially before a you," she said, but there was something I "I have no wish to deny anything, Val," what taken aback at Mr.Dalrymple's giving FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
u 1' third person. wish to particularly to ask you." he answered ; "it is true, I was somewhat vent to a hearty fit of laughter. .

Ere Lady Marchmont, however, could Indeed!1" returned Captain Dalrymple.His surprised" to see Mrs. Maitland. How deep the little widow is," he said ; i
atone for her indiscretion, another lady face had taken its coldest intonation, But why should you be more surprisedto but I see her game. She thought to makea
present looked up from her lace work and his face wore its gravest aspect. see her than any other acquaintance? quarrel between you and Vernon, and ABSOLUTELY PURE ,
said quietly : Don't look at me like that, Vernon, as Dalrymple heaved a faint sigh ; matters perhaps gain his heart in the rebound. Valerie -

,,. N "I s. it not wonderful how ready we women though my presence were so utterly distasteful were" getting serious. you really deserve to know the truth,
J arc to trust our happiness and our future in to you," she went on, with some agitation My dear Val, he said, half playfully, especially after confiding in me. Listen to DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED

the hands of men of whom, for the most whether real or feigned, he could you are surely not going to quarrel with me. A year ago, lIrs.Iaitland, reversingthe
part, we know little?" not determine. "I shall not detain you me on account of Mrs.\ Maitland. "I did not general order of things, made an offer to I DRUGS AND CHEMICALS

The speaker was a slight, fair woman, long. What I want to ask of you is that think you were given to jealousy. Vernon of her hand, heart, and very ample ,
I': whose age it.would be difficult to guess. She you will not mention to Miss Charteris Jealousy !1" repeated Val, giving her disturbed fortune."
was one of those persons whom one would what took place between us a year ago." feelings full vent. "I have a rightto u Impossible!" ejaculated Val. Standard Patent Medicines,
I" at first declare to be quite unattractive, and Do you think it likely, Mrs. Maitland, I be jealous, I think, when I see another "Not impossible-unusual, if you like,"
/ discover that should mention the subject?" woman, whom I did not even know to be answered Herbert, dryly. "We have known
shortly they a strange
possess
fascination. Whether it was her peculiarlyclear "Not intentionally, perhaps, but these acquainted with you, holding an interview her for years, and she was always awfully -=-J| Fancy TOILET Articles
low-toned voice, or a certain air of things come out sometimes unawares, and I with"you of apparently a most intimate nature sweet on Vernon. When she became her -
quiet self-possession which nothing seemed could not bear to be subjected to Miss Char- own mistress again, she began running after
to ruffle, it was undeniable that Mrs. Mait- teris1 ridicule and scorn." So here was the explanation of Val's con- him in the old fashion, and last yearwewere
land had had her share of admirers, and in You need, I assure you, have no fear. I duct! Dalrymple looked what he felt- all staying together at some house- PERFUMERY,
,
this, her third year of widowhood, was said shall be silent on that score." thoroughly" aghast. she spoke out pretty plainly."
to have received more than one offer to "You will give me your sacred promise to 441 see, he said, after a moment's pause, However do you know? asked Val. IL.TJ15IIV EXTRACTS, etc.
change her apparently not inconsolablestate. that effect, will you not?" she said eagerly.He "that you have more cause for annoyancethan Because I, by chance, interrupted the
looked at her in surprise, I imagined. If I cannot give you a interesting tiite- -t ;te. and guessed from the

Val glanced at her with a slightly contemptuous I fail to understand you, Mrs. Maitland, very full explanation of what I am aware lady's agitation what had taken place.
look in her but since my simple assurance does not sat- must appear strange in your eyes, I am When I taxed Vernon with it afterward he ;33* Especial and careful attention paid

Your remark has no eyes.significance for me, isfy you. I am quite willing to pledge you sure your confidence in me will enable you could not deny it, but naturally, on her account -
word." to accept without hesitation what I am go- he would think himself in honor to Physicians' Prescriptions, by
Mrs. Maitland, for I know Captain Dalrym- my
1,, pIe, thoroughly," she said, with a happy As he spoke, the drawing-room door ing to say. I have known Mrs. Maitlandfor bound never mention it, for she must have an experienced Druggist.SMR. .
opened softly and Val appeared on the years, and she wished to speak to me been very genuinely in love with him to go
confidence in her tone.
",I alone on a matter that concerns herself. : RABB, the Manager will sleep
; A slight smile played for a moment round threshold. The room was a very long one, to such lengths. Wasn't it awkward for ,
I Mrs. Maitland's thin lips and she dropped and Dalrymple, standing in the conservatory "And it was necessary to the communication him?" wound up Herbert. "If it had hap- over the store, and will respond to all calls
.' her again over her work. with his back turned that way, did not that she should hold your hands? Val pened to me I should have accepted, for I
eyes
hear her. asked sarcastically. can never refuse a woman anything." at night. 51
see or
answered
: Oh think do, she ,
you you she did Dalrymple looked at her with his searching Val his hand in hers.
in her sweet tones, which, somehow or Not so Mrs. Maitland. True, not caught impetuously -- -----
glance in the direction, but she knew per- eyes. "How can I thank you?" she said, the
other had the effect of
generally irritating
"I what is in mind Val he ESPECIALLY F'3 THE
a well who had entered. see your an happy smiles playing again round her lips.
fectly
does better for
Val which as well-nay
', ; few, of us would benefit by an, intimateknowledge She dropped her voice, but advanced a swered quietly, "but I can hardly believe I was so angry, so miserable, I did not SOIHH !
that you can mistrust me thus, that you can know what to think and
of the lives of most men." few steps nearer to him. now everything Improved COTTON
"The life of honorable man is the "I cannot thank you sufficiently," she wrong yourself and insult me by such suspicions is delightful again. Vernon said I should y every Were I free to do I would willingly "
k same," returned Val, indignantly. "Your said looking at him most eloquently. "You so like you, and I do, tremendously. tilt We are the IarA-
experience of the other sex must have been do not know what a weight you have lifted explain all. but, unfortunately, I am "Thanks," returned Herbert laughing. ', n :' r/ 1 est rower farmers sandseedr seed

'r unfortunate, Mrs. Maitland." ; from my mind." not. I am glad to be able to return the compliment dealers anywhere -
"
I There was a slight accession of color in I. As she spoke she took both his hands in "Because you have" returned promised Val her her not to And now don't you think you had have greatest*hence
do I
'' the widow's usually passive cheek as she hers, and giving them a tender pressure, so, suppose? rank eyes better make your peace with Vernon, or facilities for
her is to
replied. in a somewhat sarcastic tone: turned and disappeared through the door by flashing; .and a promise of to After you will have a certain fair lady carryingtales '' l BY.STSEEDdr
which she had entered, leaving Captain Dal- before consideration my feelings. to him about the violent flirtation we y Grain and Farm
I admire, if I do not emulate, your witnessed this I have 'eds Manual
what I evening a rightto
.. charming confidence, Miss Charteris. I hope rymple gazing after her with a very per- and I will are indulging in." -- 7. descrip-
demand a full explanation, accent ( Lions, culture of
:'. you may never have cause to regret it, but I plexed countenance. A few minutes later, Vernon,sitting alonein fbestGrains.Grafla.Potatoes -
..' I-.1" : I think when you are a few years older you What is the meaning of this?" he pon- that or none. reared her head with the library, apparently engaged in writ- ''a : 1C eta.J .
dered. "I never could fathom that woman. Saving which she ing letters but with a preoccupied air that atogseof lowering
that all alike ,
will
'Jt a acknowledge men are ,
j the dignity of a and left Captain Dal- Bnliie and Plants for house or garden, FREE.6p .
and that self is the guiding star of their ex- How unfortunate she should be here now j" queen the unforeseen boded ill for his correspondence felt two ing aaogue of Ftield, Garden, i9ower and Tree
'r rymple alone to ponder over soft arms steal round his neck, and Val's t eed and Plants FltKE. Sit>ley'.Former*AlmaMCt
; .istence. Ere he turned to reenter the drawing-
\ dilemma in which he found himself placed. ;00 prize essays onSouthern Gardening.10 .
Y : 111 refuse to believe it," said Val. You room, Val, who stood at the open door mo- The flush of still lingered on Val's sweet voice said in his ear: TRAM S BLEY & CO.. Seed smen,
',:, "l i are welcome to your opinion, Mrs. Mait tionless during these few minutes, slowly cheek as she reentered anger the room, and Mrs. Can you ever forgive me, dear, for being Bocheater,D1.T. and Cheager Ill.
::;,' ,{ land ; leave me in the enjoyment of mine. drew it to after her, and crept upstairs again Maitland, noting it with watchful eyes, such a horrid suspicious wretch ? I was so
,: l : There are bad alike in both sexes, but what with a strange chill at her heart. smiled maliciously as she said to herself: wrong, so very wrong, but I punished my-
,':E does it matter if there are worthless men Mrs. Maitland likewise hastened to regain I 441 the first in the self more than any one!" o I
score point
: when the one in whom one trusts and believes -, her room. game. Vernon's face brightened as he drew/her + TED '.j
ti? '". is all he should be?" and with this "How well I calculated," she murmured I Val awoke the next morning with a dull tenderly to him. V rc slR t 1l Er

,: : Val turned her back on her antagonist, and, to herself, a triumphant light shining in her aching pain at her heart,the cause of which You have made up your mind to trust OEScRI, pR cEGFo1 ,
c :'., dropping into an easy chair, gave herself up cold blue eyes; that was a good move of she only too soon remembered. Of troubleof me in spite of appearances, Val?" he asked.
E to a ,mental revision of the virtues of her mine. I knew she would want some ex- any kind she had hitherto had no expe- She hid her glowing face on his shoulder.
1 chevalier sans peur et sans reproche..' planation with her lover, relative to our rience, and she felt quite overwhelmed at "I must tell you all," she whispered,
What sweet smiles circled her lips what a meeting. She will be still more anxiousnow the dreary prospect before her should she "and don't despise me very much, dear." M

"i, h ; happy light shone in her eyes as she lived and he will refuse to give it, for he has continue her quarrel with Vernon. Why And she proceeded to recount her conver- 883.be

., s( over again that brief period of wooing, when promised, and Vernon Dalrymple never not put an end to it. she ,asked herself, and sation with Herbert. ..*u TBZX to all applicants. and to customers
iI ,the old story, that is ever so new,in the tell- goes back from his word. How I hate that trust him, as she had been so ready to de- "Tout comprendre, c'est tout pardonner, of last year without ordertogrit. Itcontains
ing, was whispered into her willing ears. girl with her confidence and pride in his clare she could do under any circumstances? eh, Val?" he said, with a slight smile; "but about descripfcons 175 pages and, 600 valuable illustrations directions, prices for, planting accurate
Oh'', bright time of youth and love that love! Let ns see if her trust of which she I Then the thought that he had a secret with there, I won't tease you, dear. It was 1600 varieties of Vegetable and Flower Seeds,
comes but once to all, that passes too swift- boasts will stand her now in good stead. Mrs. Maitland, which was unshared by her, hardly surprisingyou were vexed and want- Trees,etc. Invaluable to all. especially
Send it 1D.
ly, but which years after has still the power Who knows but what I may win him yet? obtruded itself, and shegrew obdurate again. ed to know all, and I think I need not ask M.to Market FERRY Gardeners.& CO. DETROIT for MlCH.

I ; to rekindle a flame in our worn-out weary At any rate, I shall make her suffer." She remained in her room till summonedby you to keep silent on the score of whatyouhave __ _. u
!j' hearts I I"Val Meanwhile Vernon, as yet in happy ignorance the breakfast bell, and then slipped intoa heard." '
," said Lady Marchmont, breaking of the trouble fate was preparing place at table which hid her from Ver- I promise," said Val, feeling in her new- Wanted to Rent,
,; *i in on her reverie, as she bent over her and : for him, had given up all hope of his tete-a- non's sight. ly-recovered: happiness that she could par- A Piano. Address:: H., P. O. Box 56,

,, v,spoke in a low tone, ", where are your : tete with Val, as one afteranother"guests Herbert Dalrymple was of the party. He don [Maitland all her misdoings, since 52 Fernandina, Fla.F1' ,

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WHY TIlE SOUTH DOES NOT ples of equity. ":-". '__. ,'oJ4: ".,...'...". .. : ; :: ,l',,,l'. ".lI" :ft t.4'*'f" t" .

TARIFFS.The In 1777 the State of Georgia incurred a FURNITURE ., ,....'." ,; <.
WANT PROTECTIVE J."" : it!">' :'; .: ..;"-.. .;, :::;
debt for supplies purchased of one Robert .
f '
advocates of tar- : -r'
protective
Northern '
Farquhar for the troops under the com- : .. ./ : 1'1; 4 ;;.,, ,;
iffs, until recently, were quite confident of mand of General James Jackson at Savan- :, '-d. ,,.r -4.;;. ;.,,::.. : : ,
the question by storm. To say 'I '
carrying "
nah. The supplies were necessary. There i 'lo.t
nothing of the great increase of the manu- about the claim and it ., r .
.
was a controversy 'T"l'EE''I
North the South -
of the "
facturing interests became the subject of litigation. In 1793,, ;;:,:
boom in the same direction FURN.ITUREFURNITUJlE II-
had gone on a cirf : A
the '
however the State of Georgia pledged
,
and Tier hitherto free trade people had accepted .
much Northern capital, and had faith of the State that it should be paid, so 'y .rF Ia I I- r*
so ,
be be In 1794it +
become so enchanted with the prospect of far as it should found to just. '
audited and the State issued certifi- :v
was ,
gain from his investment in manufactures, r .. ,d
that the free trade soil had been thoroughly cates of indebtedness therefor. } '
"One Peter Trezvant married the only
for harvest of protective tariffs.
a .
prepared
What must be their surprise and chagrin at daughter of Robert Farquhar, and becamethe "'P)
of the claim. He residentof .
lost Incredulousup owner was a 1
"love's labor ?
finding Great Britain, and the claim seems to
the moment of peril, they sent
to very
have remained dormant for many years. In .a
have
to
to make special inquiry only THE
down
to the
confirmed. There is indeedno 1838 Trezvant applied, by petition,
their worstfears| sentiment in.the State of Georgia for the payment of the certificate r Pr
appreciable protective and the claim became again the sub- FURNITURE
and the
because it is undemocratic,
South, in the State of
overwhelmingly Democratic.But ject of controversy Georgia,
South is and in 1838 the Legislature of that State
another possibly more
there is reason
passed a resolution authorizing the Governor -
than that of the abstract wrong-she
potent to appoint three fit and to
proper persons
need protective tariff.. She successfully -
does not a
this and other claims to be
manufac- investigate fully "iv.
with English
in competes markets-in China and referred to the same commission, and reportto FURNITURE,
turers their own
the Legislature "the facts:conneted with
of
which market a large portion
Brazil to
,
of the State to
d exported, with low the same; theliability pay
manufactories are
her them of them and whether interest J .
tariffs, or no tariff all,would enable her to or any part ,
is allowable the same togetherwith
machinery at much less cost. In upon ;
procure the manufacture of cotton, the South, with such facts, if any exist, showing the FURNITURE The people generally get that which they make a market for. They demanded better ,
discharge of the State from such liability,
free trade or even with properly reduced tariffs and all other facts connected with said newspapers, and within the last few years journalism has made rapid strides.
r
world accountof
her, would production soon lead of the the raw material on and claims as shall be useful in:. determining ..'""'. THE TIMES, which, from the day of its first issue, took place in the front rank ef ,
their .
the abundance and cheapness of all which other Under validity.this resolution Joseph H. Lump- progressive journalism, has kept along at the double-quick step, and at this time. is.. '.;... ":'.
machinery
,
conveniences except few kin (afterward Chief Justice, of the State), FURNITURE V,
would also be manufactured in a years : N' 2
and David C.
to William Law Campbell were
inexhaustible mines. As
from her own
the skilled labor so much dwelt upon as appointed the resolution.to discharge They the made duties their imposedby report A BETTER NEWSPAPER THAN EVER. +
for and which has long
success,
been necessary regarded as out of reach of the South, it after full investigation, and say 'that the
State is bound of honor
by every principle
combinationof FURNITURE
would be found that the same
favorable circumstances would also bring I. and justice to redeem the certificate held by It is a journal that never sleeps and never takes a holiday. As there are 365 days, so P
+
the skilled laborers.-Savannah News Dec.!l. Mr. Trezvant.: there 365 issues of THE TIMES in
Notwithstanding this report, no provi- are a year. The week-day edition of THE TIMES ,is,

sion was made for the payment of the claim of four pages, being in a form suitable for the busy man or the busy woman. The Sunday

THE TARIFF QUESTION.The until 1847, when an act was passed provid- edition, of eight pages, contains a great deal of the best miscellany as well as all the news.
Philadelphia Times, published in a ing for the payment of the sum of $22,222.22 .-
strong tariff-for-protection community, under being the principal of the debt, without The editorial strength of THE TIMES need not to be dwelt upon; the fact that it b-

the new light given by the 7th of No- interest, and on the 1st of January, 1848, the quoted more than any other paper in America is sufficient evidence of its excellence, ,
State issued bonds at 6 cent. interest,
per that direction. Nor need the typographical superiority be more than mentioned for it is" '"
vember, says: payable in ten years, for the amount. The .

A revision of the present tariff is an admitted bonds were paid at maturity (January 1, widely known as "the handsomest paper in the country." .

necessity. No one pretends to justify 1858)), amounting, principal and interest, to .." '., I
...
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our present inharmonious, helter-skelter, the sum of $35,555,42, which sum the bill > ,':'." '.
patchwork tariff policy. It was made under now before the House proposes to repay to ..':, i' : ,

the severe pressure of civil war, and special the State of Georgia. ., .' .' {
interests improved the opportunity to secure "The State of Georgia made applicationto I.". "1;, .
modifications which would be rejected in the Thirty-sixth Congress to have the i" '

time of peace without consideration. In ad- amount refunded. The memorial for this "n

dition to the legislation on the subject was referred in the Senate to the .'
special purpose -----------------------------------------
. in favor of particular interests, the business Committee on Revolutionary Claims, and .

and the progress of the country have that committee, on the 28th day of February .. ;::;THE PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY TIMES:! I
made portions of the present tariff either 1860, reported unanimously in favor of ...1.
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the claim and bill for "
practically inoperative or oppressively extor- paying presented a .1
tionate, and the general revision of our tar- that purpose. It was not reached on the

iff laws is a supreme necessity. Articles calendar, and failed to pass that Congress."A .
should now be on the free list which were bill was introduced in the Forty-third FURNITUREpFRED t

wisely taxed ten or twenty years ago, and Congress reviving the matter. It was referred -
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duties which were moderate a decade ago, to the Committee on RevolutionaryClaims ,. ., .
are oppressive now. The extravagant dutyon in the Senate, and on the 4th day of s

quinine recoiled and made it free in the :May, 1874, they made a report in which they w
rebound, and the present extravagant dutyon say: lit Covers a distinct field. Into THE WEEKLY goes the cream of the daily issues, and at '* s,

steel has done more to sap the foundationsof This claim was not embraced in the set- the same time it contains matter especially adapted to the wants of readers in every part '
a true protective policy than all the plau tlement made between the United States '
sible sophistries of free trade theorists. Tar- and the State of Georgia, because at the of America. It circulates, as A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY JOURNAL, in every State

iff revision is an absolute necessity, if a time it was not acknowledged by Georgia, D and Territory, and it has:: subscribers in every part of the world. 1
sweeping reaction in favor of free trade and was only afterward established in a W.
would be averted. The age of a prohibitory clear and satisfactory manner after a full The leading feature of THE WEEKLY is the

protective policy has gone by. The time was and exhaustive examination i

when our manufacturers were feeble and demanded "Soon after the payment of her bonds, as HOYT
the fullest measure of protection to described, the State of Georgia presented her z L6 -
.A. .A.J.S C>:-J-E3EI: : : : : "
enable them to develop our home productsand claims to Congress. The Committee on Revolutionary .A.FI...
diversify our home industrial interests; Claims at the first session of the H .

but we are now fully abreast with the Old Thirty-sixth Congress reported a bill for the &

World in everything that facilitates the development payment of the amount, but Congress ad- r; C This department embraces chapters of unwritten history, contributed by,prominent'
of our varied sources of wealth, journed without acting upon it, and the war
except in the cheapness of labor, and it is to intervening the State of Georgia is again actors in the War of the Rebellion, and it has become a recognized depository of such

requite, dignify and prosper labor that our presenting herself and asking reimburse- ID CO. matters, whether from Northern or Southern sources. THE ANNALS will be kept fully sl ;
tariff laws have been most needed. In all the ment. JjM t )
multiplied inventions of the age, and in all "Your committee are unable to see any 1L: up to the high standard of former years.

the wonderful perfection of machinery, the good reason why the United States should

United States surpasses the other civilizationsof not pay this debt. It was valid against the 1P,

the world,and we are now largely exporters State of Georgia; it has been paid by her, :; -
and sellers of our handiwork in countries and is already covered by the spirit of the FURNITUREFURNITURE '

against whose better machinery and cheaper law of August 5, 1790. 3 TERMS2 [ ,
labor we once needed protection. From a Your committee think the United States

purely protective policy, advocated half a should pay the principal of the debt claimed, ...

century ago by Clay, we now need a judi- but not the interest, and they:report the bill ,
cious revenue policy to meet our large debt referred to them back to the Senate, with an ';
THE DAILY TIMES-Twelve Cents a week ; :MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS, postage free, Six Dol-
and vast necessary expenditures, wisely discriminating amendment, and recommend its passage.
in favor of our industries. If The bill was not acted upon by the For- .. lars a year, Fifty Cents a month.

we had no national debt, and no hundred ty-third Congress; but the recommendationof .
.. THE WEEKY TIMES-Fifty-six columns of the choicest reading especially
millions a year for pensions the basis of our the committee was in accordance with prepared y

tariff policy would necessarily be more dis precedents. and sustained by the action of rif' ./' to meet the wants'of weekly newspaper readers. One copy, Two

tinctively that of protection ; but the present former Congresses in similar cases. ," '.. ,...<
,.,,' Dollars Five Dollars Ten Fifteen Dollars
: ; copies Eight ; copies, ;
its debt and
generation, with extraordinary In 1832, the State of Virginia presentedto .,
demands created by civil war, will need a Congress a claim for a large amount, <' .' Twenty copies, Twenty-five Dollars. An Extra copy sent free to

revenue tariff with fair discrimination in which had been adjudged to le! due from the .' Clubs of ten
getting or twenty.
any person up
favor of protection. We have progresseduntil State under an agreement by- which certain ,, ; '.,,;.. t

protection is now the incident, and troops were raised for the particular defenseof :' THE SUNDAY EDITION-Double sheet, eight pages. The best known and most accomplished -,
not the chief purpose of our revenue laws, the State, and notwithstanding; the
.' writers contribute to its columns week. Two Dollars -;
I every
and advance tariff with claims
we must our policy of Virginia under assumption act .
'
the inexorable advancement of our indus- had been audited and settled, Congress assumed h'- a year, postage, free. Single copies, Four Cents.

tries and trade.GEORGIA'S. the liability because it, was incurredin .. "
the revolutionary cause, and provided for '.' THE TIMES ALMANAC Manual of Political and Other Information, published on.

REVOLUTIONARYCLAIM. its payment in ah act passed In that year. ," ,.' the First of January, every year. Fifteen Cents a copy.
"A ain, by an act passed .by the Forty- -

The bill refunding to the State of Georgia first Congress, July 8, 1870, 678362.41 was ANNALS OF THE WAR-A royal octavo volume of 800 pages, beautifully illustrated:
allowed and to the State: of Massachusetts
$35,555.43, which passed the House Wednesday paid Written by Principal Participants in the War, North and South
for interest her on
December 13 1881 Gov. Alexan- paid by money ex- f
by
pended on account of the war of 1812 with Address all letters and other communications to ;
der H. Stephens, and referred to the Committee I ,t<
Great Britain between
; by an agreement
on Claims. January 19th last Representative -
Massachusetts and Maine,the State of Maine '
H. G. Turner, from that committee : -r :-FJ:1\lIES: ;
became entitled to one-third of this sum. ,
reported the bill back to the House fa-
vorably. The full text of the bill as it "These cases rested upon the duty of the FURNITURE TIMES BUILDING, CHESTNUT AND EIGHTH STREETS, .:>r.
National Government
passed the House is as follows: to assume the pay- .
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it ment of the expenses of the general military PHILADELPHIA. *
Be enacted by the Senate and Houseof .
defence and the claim of
Georgia, now
Represenatives of the United States of
under consideration, rests upon the same ob '4I.!
America in
Congress assembled, That the ,
.
Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is here- ligation. As said by the Senate; Committeein FURNITURE ..SEND FOR A SIPJEOIIMIIEIETDR. COPY +

by, authorized and required to to the their report in 1860, 'The revolutionary .
pay 1 ,t,
debts of all the States assumed
State of war were
its
Georgia, or lawfully authorized
agent, out of any money in the treasurynot upon this principle in 1790, and its correctness --V
is now ; The State of
otherwise open to.question.
'i'
appropriated, the sum of thir- -
ty-five thousand five hundred and fifty-five Georgia. paid on the first day of January, '
and 1858, the sum of$35,555.42 incurred in the CLARK JOHNSON'S :"
dollars
forty-two cents ; the payment FURNITURE .
be common defence, and this sum has never :
herein directed to made being for money .
said State for been refunded to her. Your committee f
by supplies for the
paid troops
hundred and think it should be paid, and report back the
seventeen
in seventy-seven, bill and recommend its passage." INDIAN BLOOD SYRflP
under the command of General James Jack

son, engaged in local defence for the com- Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.

mon cause of Independence, and which Tracts containing twenty acres each of FURNITURE

sum was not included in the account of the choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, Cares all diseases or the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
State of Georgia in the settlement with the suitable
for growing and truck farm-
orange Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
under the .
General Government
assumptionact ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
seventeen hundred and ninety." very conveniently situated for transpor- efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and.

The story of the claim is an old one, but tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
may bear retelling at this time, and the tell- terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- FURNITURE pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man. Y

ing'could not be better done than in the report tionable. Also valuable timber lands in

made by Mr. Turner. That report is as large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,
GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade
.
follows : February 16,1882. Fernandina, Fla. t
By an act of Congress passed August 3, .
1790, known as the assumption act," the Livery Stable at a Bargain.I Mark.Laboratory. t
United States assumed the payment of the offer at a bargain my entire establish- FURNITURE I6r AGENTS WANTED."a :

debts of the State incurred ment in this consisting of
revolutionary war city, Carriages, "
in the common defense of'the coun Buggies Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists, sell:"it.CEDABTOWIT .

try and in establishing the independence of Horses, Harness, etc. 8
the United States. The law provided for' Terms of purchase, CASH. GA., June 20th, 1881..f' :'!
the appointment of commissioners to make G. F. AVERY. Dr. Clark Johnson:-:-My children were sick with Fever, and a shprt trial'*pfyp r{ n

the settlements, and declared.that they Office and Stable First Street,near Broom FURNITURE Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. "

should be made according to general princi Street Wharf. 4G 46 RUDIE CANTREL.THE .




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THE FLORIDA( MIRROR : DECEMBER 30.

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11 ; THE FLORIDA MIRROR.J.ft to obtain a proper valuation it is necessarythat RETROSPECT. is the object of this company, organized un- List of Letters

; the assessor shall visit and appraise the The past year has been one of growth and der authority of the State of Florida, to begin Remaining in the Post-Office at
this work at It is Fernandi
value.of the premises assessed. prosperity for Florida Her has great an early day.
population one of the grandest enterprises of the age. na, Nassau county, Florida, Dec. 29,1882.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1882. The assessor is now paid a percentage of increased largely, and this haS been especially It is a work which should have been done Persons calling for these letters must

ten per cent. on the first: thousand, five per the case,in the newly-settled counties fifty years ago. advertised: say

I"f: .: \ A TARIFF FOR REVENUE,' OR A cent;on the second thousand,three percent. which have been ''reached by the new lines For more than half a century it has been Brady Jno
Pittnon E J
agitated by the leading minds of the coun- ,
! r TARIFF PROTECTION.' on the next-'two. thousand, and on the balance of railway. The population which has come try and Europe. Com. Matthew F. Maury Capers, Lizzie Robison TollRobinson

4 j,;i I', .;"L The Tavares Herald, in an article we reproduce one per cent., so that in a county in has been for the most part of the best urged its construction long before the war; Green. J GHamilton Araar

I : in another column, takes some pains where the total tax is $50,000, theassessor's class of intelligent and industrious men, Jefferson Davis advocated it when Secre- J B Smith. Richard
Henry, Henry
I of War Shakspere,Henrietta
tary under President Pierce, and
holds and compensation would amount to who have brought some means and invested Hewes C E
1- ,t to combat views which no one General Grant sent a special message to Con- Twine. Paul
y.} '. ,/ which certainly have not been enunciated $670, the labor for which amounts, underour either in improved places or welllocatedwild gress advising the General Government to Jenkins, Willis Taylor, Jennie

,,'.; .; 'i by Senator Jones or General Finley. The present system, for the most part, in lands. undertake and construct it. It saves over Jenkins, James Williams D J ((3))
"<< Lassarre, Margrette Williams C
Y'.. .f views these distinguished gentlemen entertain copying the assessment ,roll of previous The South Florida Railroad has reachedthe 800 miles of the most dangerous navigation Ida ,
: Myers, Wright
Arthur
;; in the known worldto use the language E
l' : : have been substantially the views of the years. Kissimmee:and Okechobee, which was of Com. Maury-for vessels going from the Wright, Janie

+ :I Democratic party during the recent campaign Now, supposing our plan be adopted and almost a myth, is now witnin the easy reachof Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean portsof SAM'L T. RJDDELL. p. M.

r': ', and their fruit is seen in the eager attempt two assessors be appointed in, each of six- the sportsman, the tourist, or the land foreign countries. It will lessen insurance i

r't .J: of the Republican majority in Congress teen districts in a large county having a tax speculator. The drainage canal has just been 1 per cent. It will reduce the freight on Select "Intermediate" SchoolBoys for
t':. grain from 15 to 20 cents bushel,seekinga
'f to revise the tariff.: levy of $50,000. completed, opening this great inland lake foreign market or the Atlantic per ports, and and Girls,

, ; ., "" General Finley is very far from being a Six days'time,except.perhaps.in'the larger into the Caloosahatchie, giving a navigable save from $1 to $2 on every bale of cotton Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson
.. ,
? free-trader. He never anywhere, at the towns and cities, would be an ample allowance outlet to the Gulf of Mexico. shipped from the Mississippi valley. The application.
{ of time for two in The Peninsular Railroad has been New York Board Trade estimates the commerce G. W. SCHUYLEE.
fe.j assessors living a openedto
in
j. hustings or Congressadvocated/reefra< I
t } that now annually passes around the Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental I
' j Free-traders advocate the abrogation of all I district and familiar with all the propertyand Wildwood, and will soon connect with Florida Pass as nearly three times the Music and French. 50

tariffs. 'General Finley, the reduction of I residents. The pay of two assessors Leesburg, to which point it has been graded. amount of that which goes through the Suez

duties 'upon articles of pure'necessity'; and. for six days.at $2 per .day... would be only:'$24 By means of the Rowland's Bluff Rail- Canal. The cost of this canal will not exceed Clam Chowder ,
$20,000,000 while the Suez Canal cost $95-
giving incidental protection in the levy of in each of the sixteen election districts, and road, the Suwanee river is connected with 000.000. The annual losses by wrecks along At J. Fred Lohman's to-night.

duties on those products or industries which an allowance of $10 for making out the rolls the railroads of Florida and Georgia.In the Florida coast have not been less than

needed for a time to be fostered. The Herald would give a total cost of $544, in lieu of a few weeks the Atantic '& Pensacola $5,000,000 a year within the past twenty Nassau Fibre,

would do well to read General Finley's $670, under the present system. The work Railroad will connect Pensacola, the extreme years. All of this will be saved by the con- For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior
struction of the canal.It to anything else in use. For sale by
speech delivered in Congress, and make its would be well done, and after the first year western seaport of Florida, with Fernan- is designed to be built from point near June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.

-Y; criticism upon his written declarations. As assessments could be made in half the dina and, Jacksonville, its extreme eastern the mouth of the Suwanee to a point near

"" ,. a matter of fact, many of General Finley's time. The local assessors know every man's ports, and a continuous line of railway will Jacksonville, on the St. Johns, a distance ofa Wanted.A .
little more than miles. It will
and its value and there would bea extend from the Atlantic of Floridato sixty con good milch cow with cajf.
friends thought\ went too far i in the direction property ports nect the tide water of one river with the young Ap-

of protection.The large increase of property not now returned the Pacific ocean. other,requiring neither lock nor dam. It will ply to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS Minor Office, ,

Herald virtually ranges itself on this or ascertained.So In the Eastern portion of Florida, the be the means of draining and reclaiming a

in to the County Commission Jacksonville St. & Halifax Rail very large section of the best lands of Florida -
question on the side of Mr. Bisbee and the respect Augustine Post-Office Notice.
now rendered valueless. It antagonizesno
Republican party. It makes the following ers. The five commissioners now provided by road is already well advanced towards com great interest of the country, North, Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M

distinct declaration : law in every county are required to meet pletion to St. Augustine.If South, East or West, but tends to advance Sunday hours, 11:00 A. M. to 12:00: M.

If their sessions and promote them all alike. We hail the Orders and Letters from
urban i. build monthly. average two another year shall exhibit as rapid pro Money Registered
The creation populations ( e.
of inauguration of this work as one of the 9:00: A. M. to 1:00: p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M.
in each month their Florida will
at in railroad construction
ing up towns) it a necessity of both our social I days pay, $2 per gress grandest of the nineteenth century. to 4:00 P. M.ARRIVAL .
and political future, and it will be impossible day, would amount to $240: per annum. be readily accessible in all its immense ter
to create these in the South unless we continue : AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
If there was one commissioner elected in ritory. FLORIDA AND FREE TRADE.If
THAT SYSTEM OF PROTECTION which Northern Mail-Arrives daily at 8:00: A. M.
has thus far proven the greatest source of our each election district there would be necessary The year has been a very satisfactory one a recent reported interview between a Closes 7:30A.M.

natural properit and the real cause of that but one annual nieeting at which all in respect to crops and the special productsof newspaper writer and Senator Jones of this Cedar h'eyand Transit Railroad

wonderful growth which, in the but little over one were expected to be present. At this meeting our State. The crops turned out well, State correctly sets forth the Senator's viewson Arrives...................................... 5:20 P. M.
hundred has made us most populous
of all the years civilized nations. of the world. the amount of taxes for the county and our vegetable shippers, both in East and the tariff question, it is very clear that it Closes ......................................... 7:30 A. M.

tariff would be fixed, the jury:lists drawn, and appropriations Middle Florida, were well rewarded for their does not represent the sentiments of a very West Florida-
Could the most bigh- man
arrogant for the year:made. Three quart labor. The orange crop, although not so large majority of the people of Florida. Arrives...................................... 6:45 p. 1\(.
ufacturer of New England use stronger language erly meetings held during: the year, at which heavy as the previous year, in the older Whatever may have been the wisdom of Closes ......................................... 7:00 A. )(.
in of that oppressive, grind- that ante-bellum policy which in opposingthe
support Jacksonville and St. Johns River-
; five commissioners should form a quorum, groves has, with the increase of the new

ing tariff, under which the South especiallyand could attend to all other current business, ones, given a very large crop, which has development made the free-trade of our manufacturing idea the popularone interests Arrives.................................... 6:45 p. x.
the whole country has groaned for a Closes...................................... 7:00 A. x.
such as roads, auditing accounts, etc. Suppose been of exceptionally: fine quality. Cotton, throughout the South, it is beyond
quarter of a century? a tariff which ranges question now that we can no longer rest content St. Mary's and Trader's Hill Mail
that the annual meeting sat for three corn, sugar and rice have turned out goody
from 50 to 100 per cent. on the articles of with remaining an agricultural peoplebut Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. )[.
days: the expense would be, at $2 per day, average crops. that social and interest of
and consumption a tariff de- every political Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. )(.
daily use ; for sixteen members OO and three of fever at Pen of such and
$ quarterly With the exception yellow the South prompts the advocacy St. Ga.
Mary's, 011,1.1-
nounced and repudiated by the popular meetings of one day each, for five memo sacola, we have had but little severe sick only such policy as will tend to create great Arrives:Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A. )[.

voice in our recent elections, a voice which bers, would add $30 more, making the ness in the State, and the mortality at Pen manufacturing centres in our with midst.the workof "<< Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. )[.
does not seem to have penetrated the region Free trade is incompatible 'V edn'sdaysand Sat'days at 9:00 A. )[.
whole per diem but $126. Of course the sacola from the fever was surprisingly small, creating manufactories in the South.

of Tavares. smaller the county and the fewer the election being less than ten per cent. of the cases. TennesseeAlabama,Georgia.N
We say further, that the protection on districts the less would: be the expense, The small mortality of Florida for the ;year with their coal and iron, can rival Pennsyl- SAML. T. PUDDELL P. M.
frait and far as Florida's presentor vania only by a continuation of that protec-
as
sugar while under our present system the cost is will doubtless maintain for it the high rankit tive system which has built up Pittsburg,
of
future welfare is concerned is
very the same for all the counties, large or small. has hitherto sustained.We and Philadelphia, and a dozen other centresof

questionable character. Could a balance be We have the experience of many of the have reason to rejoice and be thank- population in Pennsylvania, and made
struck between the advantage Florida receives that State populous,and wealthy, and great.
older States to guide us.; whose systems are ful over our retrospect of the past year, and Carolina
from the tariff and the increased price Mississippi,Arkansas,Texas,South OY4
like the one proposedand: we know .that to, enter upon the year 1883 with pleasant Louisiana, Florida, and other Southern
all the articles of daily consumption
she pays on such a system works admirably in Tennessee hopes and anticipations. I States already named bave no manufacturing -

the most pronounced protectionists North Carolina, and other Southern future before them for their cotton the
in the State would shrink from the com IMPORTANT. QUESTION.The moment the barrier is removed that the
about five States. ; tariff has placed between American industries ROYAL R y'h
It amounts probably to
parison. recent cold weather has called the attention and the pauper labor of Great Britian.As roirrr-

cents worth of protection to a dollar out of THE EAST FLORIDA CLAIMS. of orange growers to the importanceof for Florida our industries are such as '

i pocket for duties ; and the rate of duty on Senator Jones has followed up his .able ascertaining how the fruit can best be perforce render the people hostile to free

: foreign fruit is one of the lowest in the speech on the East Florida claims by the preserved at home for a sufficient period trade. Let us take away the tariff on oranges -
and other tropical fruits and what
schedule.If introduction on the 27th inst. of a resolution after gathering to avoid glutting the mar- fruit grower would confront the prospect ofa

w Florida, with her superior advantages which will bring up the subject, as we ket. It is self-evident that if in consequenceof decade of years of hard labor and great expenditures

of climate, soil, nearness to market, and the hope, for successful adjudication : the risk of injurious frosts, the larger of money for the prices his fruits
would thus obtain. Overall parts of the
f. excellence of her products, cannot compete Mr. Jones, of Florida,offered a resolution, part of the immense orange crop of Floridais State sugar cane grows profitably. At various I

with countries four thousand miles away, which was laid on the table, to be called up gathered and thrown into market in 'the points large tracts of land particularly

t., then all we are saying in her favor is a delusion by him at ari early day, requesting the President months of November and December, the adapted to the cultivation of the sugar cane i
will be drained and adapted and openedto
"I. and untrue. markets will be overstocked and prices depressed soon
to inform the Senate, if not incompatible cultivation. Remove the tariff on sugar -
If the sugar growers who get $250 to $300 with the public interests, first whether, to a ruinous extent. and these lands must go back to the

I per acre from their cane fields cannot live in his opinion, the last cause of the twenty- 'The desirable point to ascertain is how to condition of swamp and marsh they were in 4KIJ4GPOWDER

I on that, when the wheat grower gets but$30 ninth article of the treaty of 1819 betweenthe retain the fruit in a sound condition for one before they were drained. All over the
for United States and Spain has been fully State the public interest has been quickenedto
to $40 per acre, then it would be cheaper executed, according to its just obligations or two months, so( that it can be gradually practical movement in the cultivation of

the country to pension the men who do not under international law, by the payment in shipped to meet the demand and sold at remunerative cassava, and its manufacture into starch and

produce one-twentieth of the consumptionof 1836 and subsequently of the value of the prices.In glucose. Florida is at present only pregnant -

the country.The property at the time of its loss or destructionby most localities in Florida, cellars are with this industry. Let us have free
the operations of the American army in trade and this source of wealth will perish
coolness of the remark of the Herold 1812 ana 1813, without compensation for out of the question, and lofts, even in the before its birth. In the cotton regions of

That<< Senator Jones must either revise or delay of payment for the loss of the usufruct winter season, may prove too warm. We this State there are streams whose waters can

amend his views on this topic, or we very and profits of the property lost or des should suppose, however, that store-houses .operate half a million spindles. Give us free Absolutely Pure.
troyed. trade and these waters will flow on to the
much fear he will never again sit in the Senate Second. Whether the measure or rate of set well up from the ground and with ven- ocean unvexed by the hum and murmur of

i of the United States as Senator from this satisfaction adopted by the judges authorized tilating slides along the sides next to the machinery.Is THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel.

I State when his term shall have expired," is to adjudicate the claims-namely : To floor and provided with ventilator caps in a it the strangling of the manufacturinginterests purity strength and wholesomeness.More kinds
1 add to the value of the property at the time of the South, and of Florida in par- : economical than the ordinary ,
of bossism as we have would create atmosphere
as refreshing a piece high-pitched roof, a dry and cannot be sold in competition with the
of its loss or destruction interest as damagesat ticular, the feast to which Senator Jones
lately encountered. Senator Jones, we venture the rate of 5 per cent. per annum, the legal favorable to the preservation of would invite us when he advocates free multitude of low test,short weight, alum or

I' to say,. is not the man to change his rate in the Spanish province of East I the fruit in shallow bins or boxes. trade? Of all times in our history this is phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.

I .opinions tq further his own interests or to Florida at the time of injury, as compensation We have seen it stated by General San- the last that any of our public men should ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
'for delay of payment and loss or deprivation give expression to theories, however beautiful 38 106 Wall Street, New York.
those who think urban the fruit
suit the-views of ford, we believe, that in Italy was
be theories in the face of
of its use, is not in accordance with they may as ,
populations" the one great need of the the obligations of the treaty under interna- not shipped for several weeks after it was the situation and of the necessities of the

South and PROTECTION (perse) the greatest tional law, and is a just and equitable rule gathered, and we know that it is subjectedto South. If at the recent election in this dis- THE FERNANDIN'AStationery

source of our national prosperity," and he of compensation for such injuries. a voyage of several weeks before it reaches trict Gen. Finley had abstained from the advocacy
I Third. Whether the award of the judges of free trade he would to our personal Book 1 Store.
,, I will prefer to remain in accord with the who were authorized to adjudicate the this country.We knowledge have been benefited at least
I views of the Democratic rather than the Republican claims under the clause of the treaty ought hope our orange growers will experiment two hundred votes in the county of Orange

I r, party.SELECTION. not to be held as final and binding in respectto on the best way of keeping the fruitat alone. How many voters in other counties
in this abstained from voting altogether NORMAN BROWNSON, Manager.
claims within its provisions; when madein after it is as
I COUNTY OFFICERS favor of claimants and Spain and againstthe home for a considerable period because they would not vote for Mr. Bisbee

United States, as made against claimantsand picked. and could not vote for a free trader, we can
A writer in the Union criticises our plan Spain and, in favor of the United States. only surmise. But we honestly believe that CONSTANTLY ON HAND :
of appointing and electing county officers THE FLORIDA SHIP CANAL. aside from the mismanagement of the cam-

1': without, however, giving any substitute The Senate has finally passed :Mr. Pendle- The Nashville World of the 21st inst. furnishes were paign one his of tariff the most for revenue potent only"factors speeches in his Letter,Foolscap, Legal Cap and Note Papers,

t ". font. ton's bill for civil service reform after sun the following interesting informationof
the progress of the above great enterprise, defeat. Of the best qualities, Foreign and Domes
''_ He raises the objection of expense to the dry amendments. The debate extendedover that seems at last to be assuming somethinglike Senator Jones must either revise and tic-ENVELOPES to match. I
several and the of the amend his views on this topic, or we very
> ; suggestion that assessors be appointed by days, speeches solid shape and substance:
sit in the
he will
much fear never again
.:, the Board of County Commissioners, and Senators from Florida, received high com- Our reporter yesterday Industries met Mr. Rolfe who S. Senate of the United States as Senator from The Book Department, 1

;'r r also the suggestion that a county com miser mendation. The vote on the passage of the Saunders returned, of the from Southern a meeting of the, boardof recently this State when his present term shall have For general reading and the Holidays, is "

I. t be elected in each election district. bill stood: Yeas, 39; nays, 5. The bill is directors of the Florida Ship Canal in New expired. This is a new South, with new complete. Schools can be supplied with all l

+ Even if it were so, the importance of a by no means regarded as a complete measure, York, from whom some interesting facts thoughts, new ideas, new remain interests. We can- the Books required ; also WRITING MATERIALS .
no longer consent to a purely agricultural
but it is fair and will be were gathered concerning this gigantic enterprise such as COPY BOOKS.
thorough assessment and a full representation a beginning, likely people. The creation of urban pop-
in which Mr. Saunders has been an
I., of the interests of the people would justify followed by a Democratic Congress with active and, efficient laborer, contributing ulations is a necessity of both our social and STAFFORD'S CELEBRATED WRITING INK,

the expense, but, as a matter of fact, the further and more thorough legislation.The largely to its present success. From him we our political future, and it will be impossibleto
these in the South unless we con-
would be no greater than under learn that the Florida Ship Canal Company create of which has In different size bottles, and in quantities
expense
that
tinue protection
varied of Florida well New York, is composedof system the retail
i.. productions are recently organized of to suit the individual consumer or
: oar present system. of the capitalists of this country, thus far proven the greatest source ournation's Ink all! other Inks,
illustrated in the schedule of the of some dealer. This surpasses
cargo of that
and the real
cause
# Take for instance the office of county as numbering among them'Mr. Townsend Cox prosperity, either as a Writing Fluid or a Copying Ink.
t the Carondelet the Line wonderful which in but little over
regular Mallory growth
,i sessor. He is required by law to personally and J. M. Lawson (two New York bankers),
.
which left this for New York B.F. Butler one hundred years has made us the most
General
{ I steamship port Hon. Simon Cameron, THE HOLIDAY GOODS
:i'' examine each parcel of real estate assessed. John C. populous of all the civilized nations of the
ex-Governor
Thursday night. Over 500 bales cotton, Senator Mahone,
This it is clearly impossible for any one Fullerton Hon. Milton world.-Tavares Herald.. suchas
Win. and
1,500 barrels naval stores 55 barrels Florida Brown Judge Have been selected with care, are
,
t.i man to do between March 1st and July 1st, Sayler, S. T. Meyer, Michael Jacobs, Gen. V. will give general satisfaction. Call and
z. the time to which be is limited apart from syrup, 750 boxes oranges, 36 bales moss, 35 D. Groner, Major Thomas Peters, of Alabama To Rent. see, and then call and purchase.
cases pencil cedar, and 21 casks of oil,show Col. R. F. Looney and J. C. Neeley, of The property known as Sanborn's Stores.
i' 4 the labor of making up three copies of the that Florida something besides or- Memphis, and many others. Mr. TownsendCox Apply for particulars to ?31-The Estey Organ, which is the
produces
h d ,_ 'roll. And, in fact, it never is done. And was elected president, J. M. Lawson, A. B. NOTES. best in the world, is on sale, and can be seen

Jet the law recognizes the fact that in order anges for shipment. treasurer, and Michael Jacobs, secretary. It Fernandina, July 15-tf. and heard at any time. 4

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Democratic County Convention. Real Estate.' .: Groceries and Provisions. FALL 1882. [ J. & X. If YDDI FALL 1882. -t

The Democratic voters of the various districts fciti
ANGEL t FRIEND,
in Nassau county will meet at the I
designated by the several committeesfor .
places AND CONFECTIONERS J. & T KYDD w
,
the purpose of electing deligates to a THE FLORIDA BAKERS ids
County Convention, which is hereby calledto CHOICE -fto k,
meet at Callahan on Saturday morning IMPROVEMENT CO-MPANY. Have and are weekly receiving their immense Fall Stock of O "se t
January 6th.1883,at 10:30 o'clock,to recom- TOWN Groceries, Cigars,. and Tobaccos, O

mend to the Governor for appointment the i.
following county officers:one Tax Assessor, Fernandina, ; TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES 02 SILKS, BROCADES, | DRESS GOODS, I IT

one Tax Collector, one County Treasurer, Towns on R. R. Line, o
one Superintendent of Public Instruction, : Weddings, Entertainments, and Picnics FANCY GOODS / 0 t
Cedar' HOSIERY NOTIONS
and two County Commissioners.The And Key. furnished at the shortest notice,at rock-bot- t
various districts will be allowed the tom prices, at

following representation: ANGEL'S BAKERY, -- ; t.
; HATS CAPS BOOTS SHOES E I {
Precinct No. Fernandina, 11 delegates. Centre Street, -
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
23 Opp. old P. 0. Building.
Precinct No. 2A-raelia. 1 delegate. A H
Precinct No. 3-Bakerville, 2 delegates. number of the most eligible and desirable "
Precinct No. Coneville, 2 delegates. Trunks, Valises, Blankets and Comfortables.HOUSEKEEPING '
Precinct No.5-Hart's Road,3 delegates. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Building Material t--1 & .
Precinct No. Odorn'e Branch, 4 dele- i
) ga tes. City or Suburban Residences, \ .
1" Precinct No. 7-King's Ferry, 4 delegates. \ M Has f
Precinct No. 8-Dunn's Creek,2 delegates. UPON EASY TERM GOODS _
BRICK, LIME, HAIR
Precinct No. 9-Callaban, 6 delegates. i S
Precinct No. 10-L. Higginbothan, 3 del- Liberal Discounts on Values{allowed to CEMENT
PLASTER, i R
egates.Precinct No. 11-Brandy Branch, 3 dele- parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- SHINGLES, H A full and complete stock at VERY LOW FIGURES.CLOTHING .'
k1
gates. H.J. BAKER, trial enterprises, who will erect oh the prop-
Chairman Nassau County Dem.Ex.Com. DOORS, SASH,.. BLINDS, w.
EDWARDS, Secretary. erty purchased; substantial improvements : g .
J. A. !- CLOTHING
PAINTS, OILS, ETC., .
Fernandina, Fla., Dec. 22,1882. for residence, or in which to conduct their <
-AT- .
business. -. 4
A'large and handsome stock of latest styles, ,
J. H. PRESCOTTDEALER INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS FRED W. HOYT& QO'S, o

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by exemption for a term of years from SECOND STREET, Near Centre coO From LOW-PRICED to FINE Goods. o p

taxation, offered by the several 'cities and
O H
towns. Apply tot 'Orders by mail receive prompt attention, and carefully filled by

IN CHAS. W. LEWIS. WH LE AtE AND ETAIL a=
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1Office cor Beach. &, 7th sts.,Fernandina., i* cr. ..dbJI.: : I-Y-IO: H .

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i; Oo tfA New York Offiee,83 Walker Street, 1 FEKSASDUA, FLORID o 5
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J. .... FALL 1882. | J.. & T. KYDDI I FALL 1882.F. E!
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Ladies', pO A. B. NOTES
W. MUMBY. J. N. C. STOCKTON. R. D. KNIGHT.

Misses', = MTJMBT} STOCKTON & _.
Children'sand -DEALER IN- == KNIGB21.The .

Infants', 00 -

Jflcu's, Boys' Failing Family Supplies, c The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States. i '

and Youths', *M CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE.Lamps .

a:: HEAVY GROCERIES, r Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods,Wood and f
FINES That is what a great WillowWare, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc.

many people are doing. Hay and Grain 33F SOLE STATE AGENTS FOR THE MONITOR OIL STOVES.-
They don't know just whatis GOO Dinner Sets, $15 to$75; Tea Sets, $4 to$35; Chamber Sets, $3 25 to$25; Parlor Lamps B '
F': WE Dot : O $125 to$15; Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $150 to $8. Table Cutlery, Plated ,
the matter, but they havea OH STORES O Ware, Tea Trays,Coffee Urns, Pots,etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels,
combination of pains and pr-SHIP Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY, STOCKTON & KNIGHT, i
l aches and each month z = '48 No. 13 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

u on ;, u&lwSj I t u&CS c nou, grow,worse. they Furniture, V I
N S. B.
GOef HUBBAKD & CO. I'
Stoves, ,
.
The -
AND only sure remedyyet N
CO JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, '
found is BROWN'S IRON Paints,

I SLIPPERS I BITTERS, and this by rapid O Crockery, f. r WHOLE ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
and thorough assimilationwith Hardware, Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints: Oils,
-- u- cD
the blood purifies and toto Hardware, N ySf-PUMPS, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, SUGAR MILLS, RUBBER AND LEATHER,

Embracing New and Popular enriches it, and rich, strong < Willow-Ware BELTING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, PLUMBING AND TINS: IITHING. ,: I
blood flowing to every part pi" &-HAZARD'S POWDER, BARBED FENCE WIRE. 42-tjanl

of the system repairs the
W
ST I..ES- wasted tissues, drives out H -S River and Ocean Steamboats.MALLORY'S '

disease and gives health and o ( ''PV i iI

strength. = I+fi
STEAMSHIP LINE I! .,

GENTS' FURNISHING.AND This is why BROWN'S 1

IRON BITTERS will cure PriC 3 a Low a h tOW3;

kidney and liver diseases
,
BUEEEB COOTS.r consumption, rheumatism, FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. .

neuralgia, dyspepsia, malaria HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS !

-TIIE NEW STORE.a .- intermittent fevers Pic.
1

Mr. Simon Blanchard a well- We invite your attention to our
known citizen of Hayes ville.Meade
: ] W. F. WOOD Jr., } S county.Kentucky: "My wife
had been sick for a long time,and Crockery 1 Glassware
,
her constitution was all broken
\ Proprietor, ( EJC down and she was unable to work.
She was advised to use Brown's Iron and offer our Goods in these lines as low as
Bitters,and found i it to work like a
> Cr > charm. \Ve would not now be with- the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of
out it for consideration,
any as we
:s: consider it the best tonic in the very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,
world." Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin
rs
s s BROWN'S IRON BITTERSis Chamber Sets all colors; WoodenWare _

AND not a drink and does not of all kinds; and Housekeeping -

S ST contain whiskey. It is the Utensils generally.
-THE FINE STEAMSHIPS- ,
only preparation of Iron FRED W. HOYT & CO. r
that effects CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1,080 TONS.
a: : causes no injurious .
Get the genuine. FERNANDINA STATE OF TEXAS, 1, i42 TONS.

0 C> Don't be imposed on with CARONDELET, 1,508 TONS.

imitations. WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.
C:>: {{ Fernandina, ED [STEAM! {[SAW ] [MILL.] ,

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Cor. Centre & Third. [ lEI \ '. .

C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK. f

;9 THE NEW STORE.- t
constantly on handLumber -
HAS ,

TENTS obtained for new inventionsor JIl!"" by Cargoes. of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
for improvements in old ,ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
ones. Caveats, Infringements,TradeMarksand A B. NOYES, Office on Second Street. vie sonville, Cedar Key,and Peninsular Railroad.
all patent business promptly attendedto. (Successor to W. A. SANBORN),
INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented Wholesale and Retail Dealer in C.' H. HUOTDEALER York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
by us. Being opposite the U.S. Pat FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. }E
ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS GROCEBIES, PEOVISIONS, SHIP STOBES, The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- p
EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY,GRAIN, IN- PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close ; a
ents in less time than those who are remote connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
from Washington.When Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near ROAD for JACKSONVILLE; and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Inventors send model or sketch, Steamboat Landing, CHA?TDLERY! JOHNS OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSITRAILROAD
we make search in the Patent Office, and for ALL STATIONS and.GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
advise as to its patentability free of duirge FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
Correspondence confidential Ifees reason- Owner and Agent for Schooner 5&w C. LAKE WEIR. e
able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in Groceries, Hardware, ,
IS OBTAINED.We large quantities.Agent THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. t '
refer by permission to the City Post- for Hazard Manufacturing Compa-
master, and to the Superintendent of the ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND .SHOES, For freight, passage rates and schedules, or further information,apply to '
Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash best in the world. .
R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
ington. For special references,circular,ser- Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATEDPLO Second Street,.' .'. : 1
vice, terms, etc.,addressC. \VS. .. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. .
-"* ...- C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
A. SNOW & CO., Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- -
2-tf Opp.Patent Office.Washington D.C VILLE. 33 vie FERNANDINA, FLA. Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

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aF / ,' -- ".. K' .I e. ._,.i y1881.a ,,, .f -
\ t. f iifJ>. c "'l :J- .. GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. I Assessor oj Thomas
., ,, ._ II 7ta Barco. Cotton
.' ;. >- '; ; "':";! .": ':' t J County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plan

....< ",' ,.-<\ -- '. United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Revenue Frederick N. Foy
t. I. -. .lk'i ,: LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE. .- Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. '
t (. ;, ,. .: .-:.,./ :. .. : .-.*. .) .1889. L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-George P.,Canova, San Superintendent oj Schools-H. C. Martin
'J.. Register- Fort McCoy. '
derson.
.
..-. Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville.
r t t. ." '. .: './ i '\r: n._ i. :. Surveyor-General-Malachi, Martin, Talla- Collector of Revenue-Fleming- B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY.
Sanderson. County Chas.
hassee. Judge- S. Baron, Key West
+ ;.. ".. .- THE : ': COURT. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West
DISTRICT
.. ." '" ., '"" Olustee. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt
.c c Key
y ,.',I'r., 'f ;.,..1".,-f.." .'":.,..,,t"1f'Ii'fIl.'U.. ;oJ"..'.... ""'" ''"' (,,"?,'.ti.v:){Y ttt, '.t'I" ..1.. k du 4..,f,< SF "' .> 1"',..,., "!"'. .',..."'b f"':_ "J.<'I 1f'.J..o."., ri Judge-Thomas Marshal-J.: H. Durkee Settle, Jacksonville., Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes Walter C. Maloney West' Jr-,
: Kev 'Vest.
.
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+ .. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence.Olerk..Henry' .
; Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Collector
i-..,. F. York, Lake Butler. of Revenue Walter C. Maloney
".,. I .' ... .. INTERNAL REV ,;E. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key West. '
Collector Dennis'Eagan, Jacksonville.. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of S.hool3--J. V. Harris,Key
Butler. West
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.
FLORIDA MIRROR Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.
John W. Howell Fernandina.
f'o'p. ,
Santa Fe.Superintemlent. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker
Fernan-
; Edward
Jacksonville.John .
., Hopkins,
y,, of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.
F. St.
House, Augustine. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.

r,'' t .. 1"0.... Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key. BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff Peter Cone, :Fernandina.
.
.." "" "'.' County Judge-James A. McCrory, City i Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Per-
State Officers.. ./: .' i': Point. I nandina.
t.. ..... Collector
Revenue
of -Warren F.
\ EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Scott. Fer

: ;;... .... .'" ql \ .... 3lv, Governor Win. D. Bloxham Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Georgian nandina. '
, t ,. A _Ji Superintendent of Schojls-\\'Po A. Mahoney
r .. na.
'. ..f' ''fi<: "".1'.." '. t ,m ::. -:" ., ..- / '.' & -, -. iff\ .''1' .'. '' ,Lieutenant-Governor Key West.Secretary -Livingston W. Bethel Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Callahan. .
: .
ORANGE
COUNTY.County
I .,. ... of. tate-John L. Crawford, Tal lando, Orange county. -
sr' '. '- wR lahassee. Superintendent of Schools-A. Grady, La Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.
. J 'R Comptroller W..D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.
.
4 Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.

> .. ....! Attoniey-General-George P. Raney. Tallahassee County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James> M. Owens, FortCollector
Reid :Fla.
'
: \ Park. .
;? :.
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J' c. (Of ;' Commissioner of..Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Richard H. Marks,
.- : :t ::f' \ Sanford.
.r .
Ii .. Tallahassee. Springs.Sheriff
;
...... '
Superintendent of Public Instruction K. James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks
*
i ; ; l Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid.

Adjutant-General Yonge,Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY.
Rh .BUREAU-OF IMMIGRATION.' Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Maxville. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. .

Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Sheriff Thomas Shally. ...
Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.

: ; .. _f IIi Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.

___ _xa I Building, Jacksonville. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr.,Lake City. Strickland.Superintendent of Public Schools-J. \7

ii SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
' 0 Chief Justice--E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.
..II Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes-L.W. Rivers, Lake City. County Judge W. H. Parker, Perry.
pl Collector of Taxes-J. L.Parish, Lake City. Sheri.uThomas Osteen, Perry.

I,. 8 4,1, ; 0 see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
: Superintendent of Schools T. J.
: 1t ,;l! jj' dql Jacksonville. Lake CitY Franklin.
= I I Clerk-C. H.Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.

;, -_ i 111Ir CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- County 7Tea.tUrer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
County Surveyor D. N. Cox
: sonville. Perry.
i First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Collector of RevenueB.. Hardee Perry.
sacola. Assessor of Taxes-S. H.
", Peacock, Perry.ST. .
Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville.
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas-
.t..... see. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY.

Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville.Collector County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- of Revenue Moses J. Brown, tine.ClerkBartolo
io ville. Jacksonville. F. Oliveros, St. Augustine,
.. T Tr Superintendent of Schools Albert J. Rus- Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez
.' Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- St. Augustine
'. ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St. "

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

'. Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. St.Collect Augustine.of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
j '< : Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper.
M. Duncan Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
James
Court Calendar.FIRST Sheriff Jasper. St. Augustine.
r Assessor of Taxes J. R. Hunter, Ancrum.
M
CIRCUIT. Collector of Revenue W. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY.
: >C>i .A.JSTD: : Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg

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

Walton, 4th Monday in October. erts, Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
;f "' Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall. Webster.
in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of ReJenue-J. R. G. Hamilton,
Washington, 2d Monday after4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville.

in October. vilfe. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville.
October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. SUWANEE COUNTY.

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

." ,. 10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.

'" Spring Term. Brooksville.
R.
; Sheriff-John Sessions, Live Oak.
Schools-D. H. Thrasher
THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of ,
Assessor of Taxes W. H. Sessions, Wei-
Fort Dade.
Spring TermTaylor born.

Jlst Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,
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r: .... 'J April. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak.
: l\Iadison.2d Monday in April. Olerk-\Vm. C. Brown Tampa. Superintendent of &l.ools-.T. O. C. Jones
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if. .-. Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak.
Suwanee 1st 4th
4 Monday after Mondayin .
Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames
I April.Columbia Collector of Revenue-W. F. Buns, Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter-
3d after 4th
Monday Mondayin
Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson prise.
J. April.
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

i" Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.
] INANDINA FLORIDA. October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Ret'cnue-John B. Jordan, De-

.. I. Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor, Land.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

.. :.,i"t Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise.
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.." i ... October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of ReVenue-Joseph Palmer, 1\1on-1 County JudgeW.. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
October. ticello. Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- : Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
in October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville.

: ;,; ;; )1C :; : : Spring Term"FOURTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. fordville.County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw-

: : :: St. John's 2d in March. Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy.
: ';;:L .. Tuesday Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. Collector of Revenue-W. H. Walker,Craw-
March.
4th in I
.. Clay, Tuesday -
ford ville.
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,).f"... '. .i.,, ,;' 1 ;' '. .''..;.." ,'''''..1.' '.'.: .. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New Assessor Taxes-C.
< ; of R. Reynolds Craw-
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\ $ .. I.;: .o'" Baker 2d in April. Troy.
.f :. ..:. : Tuesday
r fordville.
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,.'- "P'0...'.'.': ....... ... ... i/i. .. ', .. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Tl'easurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New

1 4. 1 .,'" ... ; :.'IjI'f.: :r.:.; :"'.- :. ,.i:!".."'.'.r'.,;.","?:.:.":... :r;";:. ... .'.'.'"...' -,.,!: .. y Fall Duval Term-, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy.Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.

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J_ : : ._ I St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy.
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4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. Ackley, New Troy. W. P. STREETY,

< : ., Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second Street the Post-Office ,
opposite
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1" t :; ( ; :. : Baker 2d in October.
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.,( ... ., n- Tuesday County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
"" of Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October.
Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee.
.'. 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,

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

..r":, i prepared to do any and every kind 'of printing, Sumter, 3d Monday: March. Treasurer-J.Collector of Revenue-C.L. Demilly C.Tallahassee.Pearce, TalIa-
I r, Marion, 4th Monday in March.
:. Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.
f'lI'r March. Assessor of Taxes-G.A. Croome, Tallahassee. +

:, \ 1:. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in .
G March. LEVY COUNTY. ,
I :: Alachua, 4th l\Iondayafter4th Monday in County Judge W. H. Sebring, Bronson; ,, ,j.'
FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD, March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.

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

hstr.'; ,. Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector ,f RevenueI.JraGoreyzCedarKey. :
:, Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. .

r.-\.., Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent Schools--J. B. Menden-

As Neatly and as Cheap as any Office in Florida. Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday-in hall, Bronson. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
November.
.' MADISON COUNTY.
ARE
t' : AND SHEET-IRON
\,.. '. d', \. . "' : SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi ROOFING AND
,: :" Spring Term- GUTTERING,
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:.t ; ? : !; 0( Orange 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS. PUMPS DRIVEN WELLS ETC.
: M. Hankins, Madison. ,
S '''1, ...' ".,'...," ,,:.:, s. .' ;t..,""f" '?:;..iJIlJ'If"' \.'AI: "..,<-,.. si.;;..v.-P. oat ,,:..;.. "- .... -1" JI., ". ". Volusia, 3d Monday: in February.. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea

I.II \ .,,-.t.,.fi':t ti,, :,' .t; j. [. :; ,! .. ';, .> .: Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, call, and compare prices with those of
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Dade 3d in
t. : Monday April. Madison. other houses, here or elsewhere.G. .
's r'j'" : .t! : ; 5'5n ," d'" .. ; Fall Term- County Trea.mrer-S. S. Smith, Madison.

.. :: .,+ )if.rr.t. ,_ ;,.. :- .. .' <..)..-:... ?: ,. .:, ,,' .., <' ". Volusia Orange, Monday 2d in in August. Collector of Revenue-\!. H. Warring, Mad- F. AVERY,
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'.: 1,.' 4, 1.4'r bd '.:; ,. '1',' .,,- ". .. ._ h ". .i .:. .', '", ': ': ;, :. p.;',,.{, 1 Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad-
'" "' '' "' >"". } .. .',," .' .' ..'. .e' ., 2d Monday in November. ison. ft

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Y{ :.i;ii \-iI!.: l.\l' '; '.. ;: \ .yf.r. County Officers. T. Crawford IVERY AND BOARDING
Manatee.
t. :... : .,' -: L' ,'; .' .., .' .' :!'1: I. :: ', ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert County Judge-Z.S. Griffith, Manatee., L
;r CARRIAGES AND WAGONSTo
,"\I.: .,!";""" :" .' ; ., '',;'" County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. and from Steamers and Train
F $ ,, \' ,"' ...,, 1 s' ai, ,'... +-1;Ma" Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown
ville.
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1 (}"l.:;,;." '. .. ..' Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marlon G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ET '.
PH t' :.'::>!' Sheri John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash.Superintendent. FOR SALE :
: Assessor W. Hawthorne of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
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i ; of axes-George ,
( HORSES BUGGIES HARNESS,
t : 1 Don't send your orders for PRINTING, BINDING and RULING to offices. out- Hawthorne. Pine Level. CARTS, AND WAGONS.

I :;Aide: the State. Orders for either will receive prompt attention from us. Address Collector of RClenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY.: :
.i i J. .r. .. aft. ville. County Judge-Samuel F Marshall, Ocala. TERMS CASIItr
r4 FLORIDAlJIRnOR: Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Office and Stable-First Street, near
oct9 FERNANDINA, FLA. Gainesville. Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf
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BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES. Publications. Professional and Business Card CARD
TIME
There is nothing that so beautifies a town PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM. OF THE ) x,
and makes it attractive to strangers as neatdoor.ards VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE DR. H. ST. JAMES, rlr
and front gardens, and in a'climate The Best,Cleanest and 1883 is an'Elegant Book of 150 FLORIDA TRANSIT RAILROAD 1
.... .. Economical Hair pages, DENTIST
_..,---- .. + most FOR .
there is for the
like ours no excuse ""' -: J prttcinc. Colored Plates of Flowers and Vegetables :, '
barren and forlorn aspect presented by so ; t KEYir Wls! to Restore and more than 1,000 Illustrations of Office on Second Street, (over Wm. Lake's PENINSULAR RAILROAD, :

many of the private residences in town and _. lIlt youthful color? grey the choicest Flowers, Plants and Vegetables, Jewelry Store), ', r
suburbs but the lack of inclination to beau- .;! '. .!IlIr. .500 and$i sizes at and Directions for growing. It is handsome (Waldo Branch,) : i
tify and adorn their grounds.!:! It is true that s ,is ru seFior
everything cannot be done at once, and that stan! Cdie. Present. Send on your name and post-office Anassthetics administered when required. .
the land requires a certain amount of culti- Yv address, with 10 cents, and I will send youa Fifteen years' experience. Fees moderate. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R.R.In .
vation before anything, except cow peas and 1 r r pant A ntw ant and 1 K-4-ig rxrn, :roar j.crluu f,.. copy, postage :paid. This' is not a Quarter 1
sweet potatoes, will grow; but once havingthe 'r-re Is sod l:"*. of its cost. It is printed in both Englishand LOUIS A. C. LANGE, -
land subdued, one can plant, fertilize German. If you afterwards order seeds Effect September Stfh, 1882 a j
and cultivate quite a large piece of ground P llRER'SGINGER deduct the 10 cents. Vick's Seeds are the UPHOLSTERER,
when stocked with an assortment! from the best ''in the world. The Floral Guide will ,
variety of hardy plants"which flourishso tell bow to and them.
large get grow Foot of Centre Street GOING SOUTH
well here. TONIC Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 175 ,
Nearly every variety of roses thrive and pages,6 Colored Plates, 500 Engravings. For FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Fernandina........................ 8.00.nx.
blossom with but little care. Tea roses are 50 cents in paper covers; $1 in elegant cloth. Leave Hart's Road.....................? 8.42 a.m. I
celebrated for their delicious fragrance; they A Pore Family Medicine that Never Intoxicates.If In German or English. Furniture repaired in the best manner. Leave Callahan........................... 9.43 a.m.
form the largest class of the ever-blooming you are a mechanic or farmer worn out with Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 32 Hair Mattresses made to order at short Leave .. .

roses, and should be kept constantly grow- overwork or a mother run down by family household pages, a Colored Plate in every number and notice. 36 Leave Brandy Branch ........10.25 a.m. t

ing as they bloom as they grow. Next, the duties try PAKKKK'S GINGEU TONIC.If many fine Engravings. Price $1.25 a year; WM. B. C. DURYEE Leave Baldwin...........................10.55 a.m. .
China' Bourbon Noisette, Hybrid perpetual you are a lawyer minister or business man ex. five copies for $5. Specimen numbers sent Leave Maxville.........................11.22 a.m.
(not a perpetual blossoming plant, thoughso hausted by mental strain or anxious cares do not for 10 cents; three tnal copies for 25 cents. COMMISSION MERCHANT Leave Highland........................11.45 a.m. I
named), the climbing tea roses, etc.; Cala- take intoxicating TONIC.If ttunulaiits, but use PARKER'SGINGER JAMES VICK, GENERAL Leave Lawtey ............................12.05 p.m. r i i

diums are very showy, but will not bear 5 Rochester, N. Y. CENTRE ST. R. R. DEPOT Leave Tem le's...........................12.20 p.m. .
frost the Calla Ethiopica, or African Calla you have Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Kidney or NEAR Arrive Star e.............................12.24 p.m. '
; if troubled with
Urinary Complaints
l so common as a houseplant at the North, disorder of the lungs.stomach or you.bowels.are blood nerves any FERNANDINA FLA. Leave Starke .............................12.46 p.m. ; .
. will grow in any of"our gardens without any you can be cured by PARKER'S GINGER TONIC. Leave Thurston .........................12.56 p.m. r

protection, only requiring a copious water If you are wasting away from age, dissipation or Hay Corn Oats Arrive Waldo.............................. 1.20 p.m. 3
mg once or twice a week during the dryest any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take Leave Waldo.............................. 1.25 p.m. I
weather,although they do best to be allowedto GINGER TONIC at once; it will invigorate and build Leave Gainesville........................ 2.17 p.m.
HENRY
dry up and have a season of rest; the Iou up from the first dose but will never intoxicate. n+i..r i. BARKER, Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.33 p.m. :
Begonias with their showy foliage. And so saved hundreds of lives it may save yours. III 't a.T, ICNSED LUMBER AND'TIMBER Leave Batton............................. 2.47 p.m.
-on through a tedious list, which space forbids oat ffiSCOX dollar tizet* CO, at.all US dvaUri William In niedicmet.St.. New York. lOco and .r L INSPECTOR, Leave Archer.............................. 3.05 p.m.

us to enlarge, can be procured by mail, GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE.: "We continue to Leave Bronson ........................... 3.40p.m.
at a merely nominal price,all the commoner t' act assolicitorsfoi FEBNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Otter Creek........................ 4.17 p.m. ,

kinds costing but ten cents each ; therefore, patents, caveats, The best attention given to the shipmentof Leave Rosewood...... ................... 4.52p.m.
with every facility at command, is there any trade-marks, copyrights etc. for Lumber, Timber. Ties, etc. Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.25 p.m. ,
excuse for us to delay any longer? General Legal Advertisements. the United States,and to obtainpat Accounts promptly made up and satisfac-
enta in Canada England France GOING NORTH. '
Sanford has established the town and madeit all tion guaranteed.For t
and other
Germany countries.
healthy by a perfect system of drainage; tJIiI'U"Nottce'to'"Tax-: Pay ers. Thirty-six, years'practice. No the past ten years with Colonel J. C. Leave Cedar Key........................' 7.25 a.m.

it is probably the best advertised city in I am ready to receive the city taxes for the charge for examination of models or draw Read, to whom apply for reference.:, 25 Leave Rosewood.......................... 8.05 a.m.
Florida, and it can be made one of the most 1882. Office in store on Centre street. Ins. Advice by mail free. Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.
attractive cities!:!of the world with but a slight year JAMES ray E. MEDDAUGII Patents obtained through na are noticed in DAVID J. TAYLOR, Jr., Leave Bronson-............... ........... 9.22a.m.
effort on behalf of its citizens. The shade Tax-Collector., the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, which has Leave Archer.............................. 9.52 a.m. S
City
trees planted last year were a failure, because Fernandfmr Fhr. the largest circulation, and is fho most influential HIP BROKER AND INSPECTOROF Leave Batton .................-............10.09 a.m. .
badly planted at an improper time; let them .,.... --;", Nqvemberl8/n.882-tf.. '/ newspaper of its kind published in the S Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m. a
be transplanted at the right. time and under .v;:.-, '"' .;C : world. The advantages ofauch a notice every LUMBER AND TIMBER, Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m. '
good superintendence, not trying! to do too NOTICE. patentee understands. Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m. i

much at once, and thereby wasting the time MONTHS\. after date I will apply to This large and splendidly illustrated nowspaperis FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Waldo .......................... ..11.52 a.m.
and money, and the dreary aspect of our SIX Florida published WEEKLY at$ .20 a Leave Thurston.........................12.16 p.m. ?
of Nassau
Judge County and is admitted to be the beat devoted
streets will in a short time be changed.It for discharge as administrator,of the estate to science mechanics inventions paper Office corner Centre and Second Sts. 25 Arrive Starke............................12.30 p.m. i
is a good time now to transplant magnolias my'Lewis Davis deceased.L. works, and, other departments, of,engineering industrial Leave Starke...............................12.50p.m.

,and no finer shade tree grows; cedars, A. DAVIS, pro resa, published in any'conntry. Single I JAMES McGIFFIN, Leave Temple's.........................12.58 p.m. +
blue gums, maples, wild oranges, each and Administrator. copies !1-r 3 jail, 1-0 cents. Sold by all news- Leave :Lawtey -........................... 1.20 p.m.
all are plenty enough so that we need not Orange Bluff Fla. May 29, 1882-28. deai' CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Leave Highland.......................... 1.38 p.m.
depend entirely on the willow and water- Au-' .r.n *z ('o., publishers of Scientific Lea Maxville........................... 2.01 p.m. 't
oaks. Let. the next experiment be a variety. Aiaf::c t.i, i .1 Broadway' New York. Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.25 p.m i ,
The additional value of every lot having a SHERIFF'S SALE. Handuook v :t-i+ jtit3 mailed free. Leave Baldwin ........ ................. 2.32p.m.
few fine shade trees either on or before it, a FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Brandy Branch.................. 2.53 p.m.

few roses and plants;, annual or perennial, -THEWEEKLY---:- Orders and estimates from distance Leave Dutton ............................. 3.10 p.m.
a care-
planted in front of the house would more virtue of an execution issued out of attended to. 25-tf Leave Callahan........................... 3.50 p.m.
BY NEW fully
than compensate for the blight expense; Circuit Court for the Fourth Judi- Leave Hart's Road....................... 4.42p.m.
while the additional enjoyment the residents cial Circuit in and for the of Nassau Arrive Fernandina ......
County SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. O. S. OAKES ......... ..... 5.20 p.m.
would derive from l living in such surroundings ,
in certain therein pending
a cause ,
,
Trains 1 1t'
daily except
MAMMOTH containing Sunday. -
eight-page -
would be of incalculable benefit. paper
wherein C. L. Parsons & Sons and M. First A CONTRACTOR
sixty-four columns mostly reading AND BUILDER
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Journal.
Sanford & Co. are plaintiffs, and Marion Dowling is
matter. It gives prominence to all matters
defendant I have levied and will sell
upon, d
relative to the Agricultural, Commercial and MANUFACTURESDOORS ;
TIlE FENCE LAW AS TO HOGS. at public auction 1st .
on Monday, January ..
Political Interests of the people while its
AND WINDOW FRAMESOF PENINSULAR RAILROAD
1883, during the usual hours of sale before ,
As to the law of this State which requiresthe General News, Georgia and Florida Items
the Court-House door in the of Fernan-
City ALL SIZES.
land owner to keep such fences as will and Market Reports Departments are GOING SOUTH. .
exclude all manner of :utock-cattle, horses, dina, the stock of merchandise, store fixtures cialties in which it is unequaled. Full tele-spe- Post Office Box 174. i

mules, sheeps, goats and hogs of his neighbors ; etc., belonging to said M. Dowling. graphic News from all parts of the world jan4 Fernandina, Fla Leave Waldo Junction................. 1.30 p.m. I

-under peril in case failure, of havinghis PETER CONE. to the hour of going to Original Stories up- Leave Dixie.............................. 1.55 p.m.
crops destroyed by them-there i is muchto Sheriff Nassau County. by home authors, are press.an attractive. feature W. K. BAUKNIGIIT, Leave Hawthorne ................. ...- 2.20p.m.
be said on both :sides of the question ; and JOHN A. ELLERMANN, Deputy. of the WEEKLY NEWS. Leave Lochloosa......................... 2.45 p.m. <
if our cast-iron Constitution would permit Fernandina. Fla., Nov. 27, 1882. 3 td The following new stories will appear this AGENT, Leave Orange :Lake..................... 3.15 p.m. i

it would probably be best to remit this season:_Irene Douglas," by Miss Allie WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.48p.m. '
whole subject, like that of liquor selling to NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. I.awhorn ; "The Harold Brothers," by :Mrs. AND STOCK DEALER, Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.15p.m.
the local option of the difierent counties. Ophelia Nisbet Reid; "Eagle: Bend," by BUTCHER ANDDealer Leave Ocala................................. 4.50p.m. 1
But we believe the impression of most of Citizensof KingsFerryhavingdeter- Mrs. Mary Faith Floyd ; "Desire Wentworth Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.45 p.m.
our lawyers in that no local option law THE to incorporate the said town with ," by Miss R. J. Philbrick "The Rescue in Ice Arrive Wildwood....................... 6.15 p.m.

would stand the tests of the inhibitions" of the following corporate limits: Beginning at ," by Miss Janey B. Hope; "Miss Little- TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, GOING NORTH. {
our present Constitution. [We the mouth of a creek and the St. Mary's john," by Miss Eleanor M. Jones. BROOM STREET WHARF, .
quote from the Floridian in speaking thus River about fifty yards west of the Eastern Every subscriber for one year is entitledto Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 6.15a.m. G
slightly of it, but of course from the Florid- Landing on said river; running South along any one of the following serials of "The 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. Leave Lake Weir Station............ 6.50 a.m.

fan of other days !] But that the farmersof said creek to wagon road crossing; thence in Morning News Library;" Leave Ocala................................. 8.00a.m. .
Florida should be required to fence out a straight line to the Southeast corner of "Sombre Monde," by Miss Mary Rose Railroads. Leave Silver Spring..................... 8.30a.m. t
from their fields and gardens other people's field South of dwelling at Woodstock ; Floyd ; "Muffit," by Mrs. Ophelia Nisbet Leave Anthony Place................. 9.05a.m. ;
hogs seems to us a proposition which the thence in a straight line to the colored Bap- Reid ; Through the Years," by Miss R. J. CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.30 a.m. '
Legislature should be able to settle withoutthe tist Church ; thence due West to line of the Philbrick : "Reviresco," by Miss M. E. FLORIDA COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE Leave Lochloosa................... .....10.05a.m. +
slightest difficulty. The Orlando Re- William Drummond Grant; thence along Heath ; The IIeathercotes/ by Mat Crim ; Leave Hawthorne........................10.35 a.m.
porter presents the question in this wise; said line West to St. Mary's River; thence "Herzchen," by Mrs. Nora Lipman Hussey; June 25, 1882. Leave Dixie..............................11.02 a.nu
Let any just and fair minded man sit down down said river to place of beginning; "Vascoe, or Until Death," by Mrs. B. M. Commencing this date, trains on this Arrive Waldo Junction.... ...........11.33 a.m.
and deliberately compute the value of the hereby give notice to all registered voters Zimmerman ; "Only Nora Heartley," by road will run as follows: Trains daily, except Sunday. '
of section and then estimate -
hogs any or county, residing within said
proposed corporate lim- Mrs. Ophelia Nisbet Reid ; "The Image of WESTWARD.
the cost to the same area of the extra its, to assemble at the Wade
public schoolhouseat Her Mother, by Mrs. Mary Augusta ; Accom. Mail. j
fencing required to' keep these hogs-not King's Ferry, on Thursday, the 28th day Elijah Bathurst's Expiation *' ny Miss Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p ra
within bounds but outside of
and In growing crops of of December, A.D.1882, to select officers and Fannie May Witt; "Make-Out-Hall," a Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 p m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. I;.
private grounds. a community
of them organize a municipal government.J. country story, by Mat Crim, of Georgia; '* Sanderson.......... 8.25am 9.55pm t
dozen twenty planters which suppose allowed one to owns at a E. DAVIS, 1 Branly Farm," by Miss Mary Rose Floyd, Lake City..11.00 a m 11.55 p m GOING SOUTH.

large. hogs None of the others are have of run that H. C. BAKER, Committee.J. of Florida; "Warp and Woof," by Miss R. Arrive Live Oak............ 1.15pm 1.15am Leave Fernandina.......................90.0 a.m. I
sort of stock. Five dollars any head wouldbe J. A. KING. J. Philbrick, of Georgia.In Ella ville............ 2.30 p m 2.30 a m Leave Hart's Road........................9.35 a.m.
liberal estimate of the value per of these R. NORFLEET, ordering the Weekly News, state what Madison ............ 3.30pm 3.30am Arrive Jacksonville..10.40 a.m.
zor-backs.a If orthodox Florida ra- King's Ferry, Nov. 16, 1882. 2 4t story you want, and it will be sent to you, Drifton............... 5.25pm 5.30 a m
they are really
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or to address furnish by mail .... GOING NORTH.
hogs, they are not of sufficient value to any you post Monticello ..... 6.00pm 5.50am
paid. ...... Leave Jacksonville..4.00
Tallahassee 7.30am
to him in them MARSIIAL'S MONITION. age 7.30pm p.m.
th.eir.within owner justify enclosure and keeping them To receive the benefit of this offer, sub- Quincy.............. 9.30 a m Leave Hart's Road....-..................5.10 p.m. ,
with food.a proper He maintain supply them scriptions must be for one year, $2. Chattahoochee... 10.35am Arrive Fernandina.-.....................5.40 p.m.

profitably by turning can them only out to run upon UNITED STATES DISTRICT CoURT, Postmasters and Agents are authorized to Chatta. River...... 10.55 a m Trains daily except Sunday.
NORTHERN DISTRICT FLORIDA forward subscriptions.
the commons and forage upon his neighbors'gardens. OF J. H. ESTILL, EASTWARD.Accom. Mail. SUNDAY TRAINS.
A ho fence is JOHN C. L'ENGLE .
expensiveand
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constant; To 41 3 Whitaker Street, Savannah Ga. Arrive Jackson ville....... 6.45 p m 7.30am Leave Fernandina.... 7.30 a.m. 4.30 p.m.
requires care. guard vs. 1
against the ravages of that dozen hogs each THE SCHOONER XEBEC j LIBEL. Baldwin............. 5.25pm 6.15am Arrive Jacksonville. a.m. 6.00 p.m.
Sanderson ........ 3.55 4.50 Leave Jacksonville... 9.50 7.15
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man of the entire twenty must protect himself Her Tackle, Apparel and Books and Stationery. p m a m a.m. p.m.
with a fence which will cost more than the Furniture. J .' Lake City.......... 1.20pm 2.40am Arrive Fernandina..ll.20 a.m. 8.40 p.m.
Leave Live Oak..........11.35 a m 1.15 ami
worth in the market and then the
hogs are that ; will scalea THIS is to give notice to all persons claim- HORACE DREW Ellaville............10.10am 11.55pm i
chances are some night they
the said Schooner, or knowing or Madison ............ 9.05 a m 10.50 p m
fence somewhere and in
destroy more a T>ooltseller Stationer
than would if having anything to say why the same should Drifton............... 7.30am 9.05pm CONNECTIONS.
single night they bring slaughtered not be condemned and sold pursuant to the Printer and Binder. "
Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45 pm
and sold the Of
out by pound. course -
prayer of said libel, that they be and appear Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.30pm 4
there is no objection to a man owning a AT FEBNANDINA, FLA.,
before the said Court to be held in ana for
Quincy..... ...... 5.30pm
dozen or a thousand hogs if he is able to the Northern District of Florida the 30th With New York and Fernandina Steam-
on Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25 m
School Books and WrapsNOW p
take care of them. But in the settled portions day of December, A. D. 1882, at eleven Orange Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 9 9
of the State he should be compelled to o'clock in the forenoon of that day, if the A SPECIALITY. a.m.,11.10 a.m., or 5.30 p.m.; and for New
keep them in a substantial enclosure and same shall be a day of jurisdiction (other Passenger:! trains leave Jacksonville at 10 York on Thursday, at 10.25 a.m., 4.15 p.m.,
not allow them to prey upon his neighbors.We wise on the next day of jurisdiction there- a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. or 4.50 p.m.
call the attention of our law-makers to after), then and there to interpose a claim JIlI"" Liberal discounts to Teachers and Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45 p.m., With Georgia and Florida Inland Steam- i
, this subject now and trust that they will for the same, and to make their allegationsin Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 p.m., making boat Company from Savannah daily except
it with Florida Transit Rail-
give proper attcntionEcoJtomist.BE.UTY ; that close connections
application. Monday; for Savannah daily except Sunday.
behalf.JOSEPH and
H. DURKEE, 59 W. BAY STREET, road for Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg With the Steamer Martha from St. :Mary's .
REG.UNED.-The beauty and color U. S. Marshal. Cedar Key.Sleepers River :Landings on Wednesday and Friday;
of the hair may be safely regained by using By JNO. S. DRIGGS, Deputy. 5 It JACKSONVILLE, FLA. on all night trains.CONNECTIONS.. for St. Mary's River :Landings on Sundayand
Parker's Hair Balsam, which is much admired Wednesday.
for its perfume, cleanliness and dan At Jacksonville by Waycross Short Line, .
druff eradicating properties.How PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor with all points North or West ; with the AT CALLAIIAN.
for improvements in old Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for To and from Savannah and Charleston at i

ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand NOYES, Fernandina; and with Steamers for all 7.25 and 9.403. m., 7.:0 and 3.40 p. m,
TO SAVE.-All hard workers are sub all patent business promptly attendedto. AB. the St. Johns River Savannah or
points on
,
ject to bilious attacks which may end in INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), Charleston.At AT BALDWIN, FLA., ,
dangerous illness. Parker's Ginger Tonic To and from Tallahassee at 4.20 and 10.40 1
REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail-
will keep the kidney and liver active, and ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- road for all South Florida,Ocklawaha River, a. m., 2.27 and 9.50 p. m. .

by preventing the attack save much sickness, ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, or Gulf points without change of cars; also AT HAWTHORNE,

loss of time and expense. Delay Press.at such NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, for Cedar Key and Steamers to Gulf ports. To and from Palatka at 10.45 a.m.and 2.40
times means danger.-Detroit Free See ents in less time than those who are remote At Live Oak, by Nos. 5 and 6, with the p.m. .

other column. Washington.When Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad, for AT WILDWOOD. I

Inventors send model or sketch, Steamboat Landing, Albany or Savannah.At With Stage Line to and from Brooksville
Puny, weak, and sickly children, need we make search in the Patent Office, and FLORIDA. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch and Tampa daily except Sunday.AT .
Brown's Iron Bitters. It will strengthenand advise as to its patentability free of charge. FERNANDINA, Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-

invigorate them. Correspondence confidential; fees reason-, Owner and Agent for Schooner SiMs C. urdays.At CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in Chattahoochee River with Steamers- With Florida & Havana Mail Steamship

Select Intermediate School for IS OBTAINED.We large quantities. Chattahoochee on Sundays, and Evering- Company's Steamers for Key West on Monday
Boys and Girls, refer by permission to the City Post- Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa ham on Thursdays for Apalachicola, and and Thursday; for Tampa on Mondayand
master, and to the Superintendent of the ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for Friday.
Corner
of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash best in the world. Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates,

application. ington. For special references, circular,service Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED j. s. MCELROY, etc., apply to I w
G. W. SCUUYLER.' terms, etc., addressC. PLOWS. Master of Transportation.W. A. 0. MAcDONELL, a
Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental A. SNOW & -CO., Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON :M.: DAVIDSON, Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent.D. z
Music and French. 50 2-tf Opp.Patent Office. Washington VILLE. 33 General Manager. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21 t

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: ,:< I THE FLORIDA MIRROR: DECEMBER 30. .

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1 :" THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Christmas. For Superintendent of Public In- ATasonfc.
struction. Regular communications of Amelia LodgeNo. FURNITURE

J HOW IT WAS OBSERVED IN THIS CITY. Ku o's FERRY, FLA.December 17, 1882. 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 :
(j ;; fg.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Monday was cold and disagreeable, but
: To the Editor of the Mirror: January 22. July 16.
notwithstanding this the popping of fire- -
February 19. August 13.
j As our present Superintendent of Public
f> Religious. crackers and beating of drums by the small March 19. September 10.

w 1 ,.t Rev. Geo. G. N. MacDonell, of Savannah, boy, and some alleged music by the brass Instruction declines a reappointments we April 16. 'October 15.
\'i scan the field in search of a suitable one to May 21. November. FURNITURE
;: 1.(:,. Ga, brother of Captain A. O. MacDonell, band before the break of day, proclaimed to fill the place. Mr. John Owens has spent a June 18. December 10.
>J' : will preach in the Presbyterian Church attj' the sleeping community that Christmas was December 28.
large part'of his life in the school room, andis
.}I', 11 o'clock Sunday morning, 31st inst. The being ushered in. The streets remained At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fiaternally
ever ready to encourage by precept and example -
.;-'f;: ";. members of the church and congregation thronged the greater part of the day with a invited to attend.
in standard of
building a higher
: ., :) ,of'' ; are urged to be present noisy crowd of the nation's,wards, and pre- education ; we would.up !therefore recommendhim J. E. WANDELL, W. M, FURNITURE

of Ky., sented anything but a sacred holiday C.H. BERG
if'i Bishop Kavanaugh, Lexington, appear- as a proper man for the position, feel- Secretary.
; i :' will preach in the Methodist Church, in this ance. -'
ing that he is eminently qualified. Y.
:'; ;,: city, to-morrow, at 11 o'clock a. m., and Services were held on Christmas day as Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its

: Rev. Geo. G. N. MacDonell, of Savannah,at usual in the Episcopal and Roman Catholic Range of Thermometer regular vocations on the Wednesday fol-

I I'',,:, i 7.p. m. churches in this city. The places of busi- FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, lowing each regular communication of Ame- FURNITURE

.-1: .'. '1. ness were generally Closed,.and the day HORSEY'S DRUG STORE.MARINE. lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. "
;i' ;, B } "tt onB. social in .
hv.; ; given up.to enjoyment a pleasantand E E E Transient companions fraternally invitedto
L': 'i' reasonable manner. I. a d WmdC"I attend. W. F. SCOTT H. P. I
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;, A happy New Year The children of the Presbyterian Sabbath .-4 Cf.I co W. A. JONES, Secretary.

'.! "i, The Florida Legislature meets next Tnes- School bad their Christmas tree at the churchon Saturday....Dec.23 151 56 56 53 NE. FURNITURE

;"t. :,"I day. Tuesday night. The church was crowded Sunday .............24 53 57 56 54 NE. New Advertisements.

;, Cinderella at Lyceum Hall Monday eve.t.t long before the opening of the services. Pre- Monday ............25 52 56 56 53 NE. ------- .
cisely at 7:30 o'clock the children followedby Tuesday..26 54 59 59 56 NE.
ning. : Wednesda ......;.27 56 62 60 NW. G s. AVERY)
;:'\ .1 The weather has been rather unpleasant the teachers,marched in singing a Christ- Thursday :.....:..28 54 58 5t 58'1 N. Of the Profile House, White Mountains FURNITURE

during the Christmas holidays. mas carol. The exercises consisted of the Frlday..29 52 55 55 N. and New York and Boston, i

M singing of carols by the school responsive
Presbyterian Church services to-morrow at BARBER AND FRISEUR,
readings, short recitations by Misses An- ., .
11 o'clock by Rev. Geo. G. N. MacDonell of
::4 nie Hill, Katie Stark and Sadie Meddaugh, AT EGMONT HOTEL.

: Savannah.The and an address by the pastor, Rev. Mr. Yer- Port of Fernandina. FURNITURE
and done for
HairCutting Shampooing
k Egmont" Hotel telegraph was con- ger. After the exercises, the usual distribu- HIGH WATER. Ladies and Children.

; nected with the wires of the telegraph office tion of presents took place. Saturday, Dec. 30.1148 A.M. 0:00: P.M. Ladies waited upon at their residences. 4
Sunday, 31...... 0:15" 0:37 "
for the accommodation of the .
Thursday,
On Thursday evening the Sunday School Monday, January 1...... 1:10 1:32 "
gnests of that hotel. connected with St. Peter's Episcopal Church Tuesday 2...... 2:02: 2:25: u FURNITURE

o Dr. John S. Bond, a well-known physician had a most enjoyable festival at Lyceum Wednesday, 3...... 2:56": 3:20 II ,
Thursday 4...... 3:51" 4:13 "
of Jacksonville, died in that city on Hall. A bountiful supper and well-laden :
Friday, 5. 4:43" 5:05"
: the 26th inst. Dr. Bond resided for a long Christmas tree had been provided, and the :: : .

period in Tallahassee. children had a merry evening. A large at- ENTERED. New Lifeis : ,'

I The whaling schooner William Wilson,Cap- tendance of the elders showed a praiseworthy Dec. 25-S. P. City of Brid witheton, Fitzgerald, -.>'..: :'

interest in the enjoyment of the little Savannah. ; freight and pas- -,
." bin Bradley, arrived in this port last Saturday sengers to J. A. Mercier. given by using BROWN'S <',
to casks of oil ones. .
\- ship some twenty-one to 23-WhalingschoonerWilliamWilson, ,-
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IRON '
BITTERS. In the :
New York and to put in a supply of stores. Election of Officer Captain Bradley. with oil for ,- "
I' New York; waiting for stores. Winter it strengthens and "
On Sunday morning the 17th inst., the The following are the officers of Nassau 26-Sch.. Ada Dunn, Dunn ; to Alsop ; '" .
warms the in the
,0 thermometer indicated 30 degrees at Tampa, Chapter No.23, R. A. M., elected for the en- & Clark. system;
and was but three degrees lower at Fernan- suing year: 26-Brig Sarah Wallace,Jones; to Fred Spring it enriches the blood

dina. At Tallahassee it was 22 degrees, but High Priest-W. F. Scott. 27-S. S.W.:Carondelet Hoyt & Co.,Lewis New York, and conquers disease; in the

6, the orange trees sustained no injury. King-N. Martin. 1,508 tons;with freight and pas- Summer it gives tone to the ,

Scribe-A. O. MacDonell. sengers to R. W. Southwick nerves and r
digestive
*, The new steam yacht Egmont was at Norfolk 11 organs; "
S. P.
of
: on the 25th, having put in for coal. Treasurer-J. H. Prescott. 27- Savannah City ,Bridgeton with freight, Fitzgerald and passengers -, in the Fall it enables the "J .

Captain Harding expected to leave the next Secretary-W. A. Jones. to J. A. Mercier, Agent. system to stand the shockof

day for this port. She will make her way The annual meeting of Ponce de Leon 28-Bark Laconia, Smith; with rock sudden changes.In .
Council No. 922 A. L. of H. of this for jetties.
down and be city,
leisurely, may soon expected '' 28-Sch.
Emily E. Davis Pierce to
,
was held last Friday evening the 22d inst. ;
,
arrive.
Knot.
C. H. ] no way can disease be FURNITUREpFRED
and the following officers were elected for 29-S. P. of
City Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,
The steamship Caronddet arrived here from so surely prevented as by
the ensuing year: Savannah, with freight and passengers -
New York on Wednesday, and sailed on her the in
to J. A. Mercier. keeping system
A. 0. MacDonell, Past Commander.Dr. per-
return trip yesterday, with the following CLEARED. fect condition. BROWN'S
Theo. Starbuck, Commander.
cargo: 542 bales cotton, 1354 barrels rosin, E. P. Noyes, ViceCommander.S 25-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, IRON BITTERS ensures per- I
80 barrels spirits, 55 barrels syrup,15 barrels Savannah, with freight and pas- c
fect health the
L. Dennett, Orator.W. through
J. A. Mercier.
oranges, 731 boxes oranges, 36 bales moss, sengers, by
J. Woodward Secretary.E. 27-S.S.Carondelet, Lewis, New York, changing seasons,it disarmsthe
35 cedar 21 casks oil 41
cases packages merchandise -
0. Friend, Collector. 1,508 tons ; with freight and passengers danger from impure W.HOYT
44 empty kegs. by R. W. Southwick. .
., Thomas Kydd, Treasurer.W. .
water and miasmatic air
27-City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald Savannah ,
On Monday evening next a pleasant
very A. Jones, Chaplain.J. with freight and
.: ,\ entertainment will be the children pas- and it prevents Consumption -
given by L. Smith, Guide. sengers, by J. A. Mercier. z
of Miss Baltzell's school, assisted by others. John Barr, Warden.J. 26-S. P.City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Kidney and Liver Dis-

: Tableaux, charades, etc., will be followed by E. B. Cully, Sentinel. Savannah; with freight and pas- ease, &c.
J. Mercier.IN .
of Cinderella. We sengers, by A. &
a representation hope Trustees-A. 0. MacDonell Thos.
Kydd, C
the pleasant entertainment promised will be and E. P. Noyes. PORT. H. S. Berlin, Esq., of the p
r, Brig Sarah Wallace, Jones. well-known firm of H. S.
well attended. The admission fee will be
The officers will be installed
Friday even- Brig Kodiak, Gilley. P CO.FURNITURE?::1
only twenty-five cents. Let the young people ing, January 12th, 1883, at o'clock. Brig Emiline, Urquhart. Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le I

1 be greeted with a full house. Brig Angelia, Mitchell. Droit Building, Washington M

Hawthorne is soon to have a new dry goods Do not fail to spend a pleasant evening'at Sch.Bark Emily Laconia,E., Smith.Davis, Pierce. D. C., writes, Dec. 5th,

., store. Mr. Meyer, a brother-in-law of Sol. Lyceum Hall on Monday. : Sch. William Wilson, Bradley.Sch. 1881 :

t., Mode, and Mr. Meade E. Hunt for many Elwood Doran. .
'. Burned to Death. Sch. Carry E.: Woodbury, Woodbury.Sch. Gentlemen: I take pleasure -
head salesman for J. & T. Kydd, in
years On Saturday evening of last week an aged John J. Taylor, in stating that I have used
t this city, have formed a partnership, and colored woman named Bostoii and an infant Sch. Agnes I. Grace, Small. Brown's Iron Bitters for malaria -

1 will open in about two weeks at that placea were burned to death at King's Ferry., The Sch. Charlotte T. Sibley, Bartlett. and nervous troubles,
full line of dry goods, fancy goods, no- Sch. Aldytha Nelson. caused by overwork, with
lived the outskirts of the town
woman on Sch. Xebec.: Dunham.Sch. .
tions etc. These have selected excellent results.
i gentlemen a and took care of the three, children of Mer- Nellie S. Jerrell, Ludlam. .
good section of country to start business in, ,
ritt Jackson, the murderer hanged here last Beware of imitations. .
and we wish them abundant success. Last :Notice to TaxPayers.I .7
August. Jackson's wife was hired out to <
Ask for BROWN'S IRON BIT-
The derelict in their will be at Mr. Brownson's Book Store ',
city police were very some parties in the neighborhood, and had ,: :, '
duty on Christmas day. Some halfgrownnegro only left her children a little before the every day during January, for the purposeof TERS, and insist on having .:...:? ',-,
receiving State and County Taxes for
boys procured horses, and clothed in awful catastrophe occurred. When the fire 1882. My books will close January 31,1883, it. Don't be imposed on ,",; :'

stupid masks and ragged garments, amused was discovered it had gained considerable after which time all property on which the with something recom- .>- : "
themselves at full the taxes remain unpaid will be advertised for mended ..
by riding speed on headway and the house,being some distance asust as good"The : "
sidewalks to the great alarm and danger of sale. Come up quick and save costs. .:
is made
from town, was nearly consumed before any WARREN F. SCOTT, genuine only

i women and children. We saw this done on help could get there. The two larger chil- Collector Revenue Nassau County. by the Brown Chemical Co. '.... ,

i Seventh street as ladies were on their way to dren escaped, but the old woman and infant Fernandina Fla., December 30,1882. Baltimore Md. -0'.

church, and understood it was also done on perished in the flames. ,. :

I' Centre street. Such license is' a nuisance City Scrip '. .
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For sale at.market rates in amounts not less < -: ,
l on Christmas or any other day, and we call The City Council. I. I ,
than $25. J. FRED LonMAN.
upon the Mayor to see that the ordinance A regular meeting of the City Councilwas Fernandina, Fla., December 30, 1882. tf
.: \ held at the Council
be enforced. room Wednesday FURNITURE
Present President F. C. Subrer --
evening. : ,
The Caronddet brought a large number of
and Aldermen Avery, Peter Williams, Lake,
passengers on her last trip. Among the H. E DOTTERER
and
number were two parties of foreign immigrants Joseph. .
} V -a party of Swedes for General Sanford The following bills were ordered paid: 6' FURNITURE

: M and a party of Germans for Mr. Har- Pay-roll of Inspectors and Clerks of INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
; : election held December 18, 1882......$34 00
t wood They were bright, hardy, and intel- C. J. Westberg, for use of house for 1
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.' \ ligent looking r people, and we hope they are polling place at Old Town, Dec. 181 00 *_ *

., the forerunners of considerable immigration C. S. Busbee, for ironing jail doors..... 3 00 ] 111
Allen Crump, for making and paint- FINE FAMILY GROCERIES FURNITURE
:' from abroad. We cannot dispense with negro ing lamp posts............................... 5 00
.. r labor, nor do we desire to do so, but it J. Meddaugh,Tax-Collector, for fees '
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:' 1 f ', will be a very great advantage to supple- and commissions to Nov. 20, 1882.... 78 06 11 i

t:': ..: ment it with intelligent white labor. The The following resol utions,offered by Alder- '
EMBRACING NEARLY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF !
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/' 1,, ... work of clearing up land and crop cultivation men Avery, were adopted: FURNITURE

-r. '";.,; can best be done by negro labor, but WHEREAS The present manner, requiredby ,

the cultivation, gathering, assorting and law, in which the Assessor shall make FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY .
out the roll is much more laborious than
k;;' packing of fruit can be better done by skillful heretofore, for which an ordinance providesthat

': white labor. There will be ample em- fifty dollars shall be paid; therefore, SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS

:, ployment for both classes of laborers, and it Resolved, That the Assessor shall be allowed -

f 'h;.,. is fortunate that our climate and productions dollars., for the present year, seventy-five PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL FURNITURE'I

i,. -"'1 will inevitably increase the preponderance WHEREAS, Three of the bonds of the city- 'I

,; of white population. numbered as follows: No. 1 for $50, No. 5 ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
v r-r. for$50, and No. 6 for $100-are offered for .
!t [ .",i' CJiristmas. two hundred and twenty-five dollars; there + -' FURNITURE

:t" Was i it a star that I saw last fore,
} i night Ordered. That the Treasurer pay the same. =FINE TEAS AND COFFEES =
with lustre
1 t 1' ; Beaming so soft and bright? The board proceeded to canvass the votes *-tft*
b ,I '" Say I could it be that Christmas Star
of the election held December 18, and found
\ ( 3 r Which guided the shepherds to him so far? the result as follows: THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. FURNITURE

? 'How has its lustre shed .b
1'+; many years
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For Bonds, 9; Against Bonds 289. .
.'Of ; Brightness o'er earth, o'er living and dead? 4
., Jt' How many living have followed its light, Bonds.The result" was declared as being "Against NEW : GOODS Received by Every Steamer.

;: i To dwell with the blessed where there is no .

y! night? Beautiful tableaux at Lyceum Hall Mon-
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