Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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WASHINGTON.DOINGS in lands or damages arising therefrom, which j PARIS. against five hundred and ninety-two from to have those editorial contributions from i

said railroad company shall sustain by <\ France. Simultaneously it was discovered the pen of the deceased which have'so long
reason of the inability of theStatetorconveysuch rendered the Union a prominent and influential "
IN OONGBES3-THE FOLLY OF ATTENDING lands to said railroad company." DEATH OF GENERAL CHANZY-FRANCE. ROBBBED that last year Spain exported into France no journal. I.
RECEPTIONS-ABBIVAL OF THE :MAR- Vagrants and tramps, by the provisions ofa OF HER GREATEST STATESMAN.AND SOLDIER less than five million seven hundred thousand But the surprises that pertain to human ,

OF LORNE. bill introduced for their benefit, will not IN' ONE .WEEK hectolitres of wine. life are not more frequent than in its termi- .'

QUIS be permitted to wander about and molest To the Editor of the Mirror: Amongst the competitors were, also, sev- nation. The years of existence "are even 7!,
the Editor of the of the State but liableto _
To the good people are as a sleep, instantaneously awakened to I
WASHINGTON, January 27, 1883. arrest and imprisonment. This class PARIS, January 12th, 1883.A enty-six aspirants from the far-off isles of the eternal cycles although they as "suddenly -

This week has not been remarkable for have never found much favor in this com-. most painful sensation was producedhere Australia, which were highly commended.And fade away like the grass, which in the "

in Indeed there are munity. to-day by the news of the terrible sud- my friend writes me that "the capabilities morning is green, and groweth up, but in MfJ
great activity Congress. The Green Cove & Melrose Railroad Com- the evening is cut down, dried and with- ."
den death through apoplexy bf General of the new (to us) ,
indications that the National Legislature has pany have asked for an additional grant of scuppernong varietyof ered..
discouraged by the immensity of 5,000 acres per mile, to be selected from any Chanzy, which occurred last night at grape.with its ease of culture and remarkable The life of the deceased has been brought
task before it, and is in a. state of semi- even or odd numbered sections, lying any- Chalons-sur-Marne,his headquarters as commander freedom from all kinds of disease (so earn- more prominently before the community
the tariff in the where within twenty miles of their line of of the Sixth Army'Cor at the post estly championed by you), came in for a by its connection with the Florida press;
despair. To wage legislation! road, that may not otherwise have been disposed '' though there are incidents in Mr. McCal-
face of such a lobby .as is wintering in the of, and that the additional land so of honor and danger on the,eastern' 'frontier large measure of discussion and attention. lum's career in other vocations which manifest -

Capitol is too much for this effete old granted shall vest in the company upon the of France. By an extraordinary fatality No.irdaubt the exceptional immunity of his leading traits-those of wonderful

from the stage with completion and ironing of every section often France has lost in one and.thje same week the" uppernong variety ( Vitis Rotundifo- persistency and energy of character, dis-

Congress, departing miles. the statesman whoso courageously organized lea) from the attacks of all kinds of insects played with a constant devotion to some
,i the hisses of November in its ears. Since Bills have been introduced for regulatingthe high impulse and purpose. ,
I these things are so, there is a revival of talk public printing, and also the official her defence,and the one general who in the and disease, render it one of the most usefulgrapes As an editor he was a man of marked :Y t,4

session and the prevailing printing of the several counties. The former terrible year rarely knew .defeat'If M. with which we are acquainted. An ability, and there have been occasions when
' about an constitutes tbeSecretary of State,Comptroller Gambetta's name was often mentioned in excellent "still wine has long been manu- his pen helped to shape events of signal im-
' opinion with political wiseacres is that an and Treasurer, Commissioners of Public portance to the State. As a party editor A'
with the eventful to factured from it but should all be
i extra session will be called to meet immediately Printing, with powers to contract for and connection succession we glad conscientious from the most sincere con-

after the 4th of March. In case an superintend the same. They are required the Presidency of the Republic, that of to hear that experts have latterly discovered victions, he displayed a resolute intent to

the every two years to advertise for proposals to General Chanzy was also from time to time properties in one of the varieties which promote the public interests and morals as
extra session is called the contest for dot a public printing,and it is to be awardedto discussed in certain circles,,":'and' it may be promise to yield a magnificent "cham- far as it is possible for an editorial party exponent -
will be much earlier The to manifest it. A
Speakership precipitated the person making the lowest bid. minister of fine '
than has been anticipated. There will be proposals are to be based upon. large number remembered that when M. Jules Grevy was pagne. standing in the Baptist denomination of our

1 trouble in the organization of of specifications,stipulations and require- elected to the highest office in the State, Are the days of Mumm and Roaderer State the best testimonial of that rank was

no or delay ments, which are set forth in the bill with General Chanzy came next_on the list, witha numbered? Is Piper Heidsieck dead, and his full recognition by that large and highly
r the Senate, as the Republicans will have a great minuteness. These include the qualityof respectable body in its frequent conferencesand
small of Conservative votes. our honored friend the Veuve Clicquot, '
proportion ,
r majority of two or four with the assistance paper, description of type, style of bind- his official participation in and connec- .
' of the Readjuster senators from Virginia. ing, etc., etc. I Thus, by a most wonderful coincidence, has: widow indeed? Who can tell what another tion with them. He established a Baptist

[ The party obtaining the contract is requiredto death removed from the political scene the decade will bring forth ? journal in Lake City, where he conducted .
The course in the Senate, it is thought, will give a bond of two thousand dollars, with two whose chances for the succession The growth of the demand for external it with ability: for many years ; it was re-
t be to elect Senator Anthony, of Rhode good securities, for the faithful execution of moved by him to Jacksonville, where its
had often been careful y"weigh'ed. Noris supplies has been equally startling and rapid,
I Island, President of the Senate, while the the work. so publication was continued in connection t
Democrats will bestow the compliment of The bill relating to the county printing is this all. While Gambetta.: was regarded since within five years the sum paid for with the Florida Press. The Press was a de-

I modified in some respects from that which as a statesman, under, hse. direction the them has sprung up from less than five million cided supporter of Democratic principles in
their vote Senator Bayard of Delaware the hands of Mr.
upon was defeated last week. It fixes the rates of McCallum and held an
of eveniuiallysbo* dollars in 1877 to upwards of fifty mil-
v legal advertisements and official notices at war revenge might } fought influential position with the Democratic

I There be another reason why Con- not exceeding fifty cents per square each in- out, Chanzy was also looked upon\as the lions in 1882, and during the first 10 months party. For a period it was merged with the

I may sertion, nonpareil type, and punishes the collusion -' future comraander-in-chief of, the great armyto of 1882 France paid nearly sixty millions of Jacksonville Sun, under the title of the Sun
is but little work. It is not
gress doing and Press for time under
with- a the editor-
of two or more publishers by a joint
which that would have,been en- dollars for wines coming from abroad.In .
revenge .
I within the power of mortal man to caper drawal of the contract. ship of Messrs. Sawyer and McCallum. Sub- '
trusted. sorrow be it spoken, of the five million sequently the latter purchased the Jacksonville 4a
, nimbly in a ladies' chamber all night,and The report of the East Florida Seminaryat -
then to give intelligent consideration to Gainesville makes a creditable showing It is not surprising thatjt he France ex- acres of that sunny land devoted to the culture Union, which has been steadily devotedto

for that institution. The catalogue gives the claims: What has France done to Death? of the vine, no less than one million the Democratic party up to the present ,
legislative subjects during the day. The the last date, w
names of 155 pupils during year,,
Has Prince Bismarck signed a compact with four hundred thousand acres have been ut-
social season is at its height, and is ragingin sixty-five of whom reside in other counties In these different editorial connectionsMr.
it Our first soldier. Chanzy has died terly destroyed by the of the phyl- McCallum
balls, receptions and dinners. The seasonis than Alachua. Fifteen counties were rep- ? just ravages not only displayed marked
resented. In addition to the studies, which suddenly, a few days after the 'man who, in loxera, and the efforts to stay the plague ability, but a courage which almost amounted .
too short for the social hence
programme, from primary to Latin, Greek and the to heroism in meeting and surmounting
range 1870, confided to him the command of the have hitherto been in vain.
two or three entertainments, each issuing higher mathematics, there is a corps of cadets obstacles which only a man of strong nerve
the principal army of the Republic. His deathis It is sad to think: that an insect nearly and clear head could have
cards to everybody of note, are crowded into under the command of an officer in reg- grappled. Only
an evening, and Mr. Senator, Mrs. Senator ular army, who has been detached for that a great sorrow. The Germans feared himas akin to the dreaded European variety is those who experience the difficulties of establishing -

purpose. The seminary is. doing a good they dreaded Skobeleff,' and both have found in America, and is not unknown in daily journals in the early de- r
and Miss Senator, as well as Mr. Representative cades of their in
well has efficient history our communities s.
work is younger
managed, corpsof
the octogenarian Moltke to the the West and California. One of the largest
and his household, may be seen at a teachers, and deserves the liberal supportof preceded can realize the combination of
reception at one of the justices of the Supreme the community. tomb. The French army will go into mourning vineyardists and choicest wine makers in qualities necessary even to an approach to

for General Chanzy." the latter State, when looking over my note success. That the lamented deceased pos-
Court from 10 to 11 o'clock p. m., and 1' sessed these ;
is the best
qualities tribute
DOCTORING THE FEDERAL The Telegraphesa.ysi;t'.Ctifyjfl;;; Gambetta\ book and statistics! of the capabilities, and one 4
from llto 2 in the morning at another crushat could pay to his memory as a public man.
COURTS. these dead quality of our scuppei'n ug' vine ;" ..
salute warmly-
one of the foreign minister's. These us respectfully men. :FufWYCfUuOjrcmt, foroToiboU: in aft f 0.
It is to be hoped that when the House bill What heavy losses have we not sustained 1 ? urged its extensive cultivation, stating that tremity he was prepared to meet the discouraging -
crushes, as they are well called, are turns of business affairs and to
the law the transfer of ,
amending regulating
culture and largeness of profit they
is this but for ease of
Destiny cruelly trying country,
well calculated to produce headache and cases from the State to the Federal Courts kindle new hopes in those with whom he
physical wreck as anything that a diabolical reaches the Senate, it will be so amended as the memory of these two glorious servantsof had nothing in California comparable to it. was associated. u

science could invent. The crushes are really to strike out the error of the House in reserving the nation, who are associated in death as To the wise, then, a word should be suffi- Hugh Bowen McCallum was born in

to parties the right to have their they were in resistance to the enemy, teachesus cient, and let every man who has an acre Knox county, Tennessee, in 1837. In his
the source of the far-famed Washington cases transferred from the State to the Fed- 13th year his father removed to Knoxville.
malaria-the over-heatefl gas-lit, crowded eral Courts, upon the simple affidavit of be- to be of good courage, and to maintain a to spare set out his vineyard.The where the son had the advantage of fine

rooms producing malaria, in its etymological lief that, from prejudice or local influence steadfast faith in our immortal land." good book, which so often commends schools. In 1852 he entered the East Ten- "'

they cannot obtain justice in the former. The Temps remarks : Great hopes were good wine (" that maketh glad the heart of nessee University where he remained for
bad air of the worst .
sense ( ), type.It This, it seems, is the chief evil in the old considers him blest indeed who can several terms, taking high rank in mathe-
is curious to see the enthusiasm with law to be corrected in framing the new, and founded on Chanzy ; unanimous regrets follow man ), matics. In the winter of that year he was 4

which the old fellows and their wives plunge from which issued that flood of litigation him. France will link together in grate- sit under the shadow of his own vine and fig baptized in the church, and commenced r

into this dissipation ; they really seem to poured into the Federal courts from the ful memory the names of the organizer of tree. (Of the latter I could speak too, had studying for the ministry. He spent nearlya
States .during and immediately followingthe of not this communication already trespassedso year, in 1853-55, at the Union University,
it conceit still works in their seasoned the National Defence, and of the general t
enjoy ; days of reconstruction. To meet the Murfreesboro,under Dr. Eaton. His health t
bodies, else why do they not go to bed at 10 supposed necessity growing out of the pecu- the Army of the Loire, whom Fate has just much on your space.) failed, and he abandoned the completion of

o'clock instead of this martyrdom to vanity liar situation of the States emerging from reunited in one and the same mourning." In our section no one is so poor but that his course. He repaired to Florida in De-

until 2 in the morning. It is somewhat disenchanting the chaos of civil war, thejurisdiction of the M. Gambetta mentioned Chanzy in a he may attain the "Scriptural beatitude," cember, 1856 and continued to vis'.t the-
Federal courts increased but State for several winters. In 1859 he settledin
was greatly industries in
the our
and coming
memorable "the true soldier amongst
to see aged senators, justices of instead of answering the purpose designed, dispatch as Camden, South; Carolina, where he re-
who has been revealed by events." He happy and rapidly developing land few deserve sumed the of .
the Supreme Court and Cabinet ministers the objectionable feature of the law referredto study theology.In

prancing around in spike-tail coats. No i. enabled shrewd lawyers to postpone indefinitely fully deserves this praise. For two months, 'greater attention, as few will yield the war ensuing he volunteered as a

sculptor has yet dared to give a statue to if not to defeat the ends of justice with improvised forces, he struggled heroic- larger profit than the culture of the grape, and private in the 15th regiment of South Carolina -
volunteers in the Southern service and
in an endless variety of cases, having, ,
this drapery ; it is not dignified, and "digni perhaps, no proper grounds upon which to ally against the armies of Von derTam, the manufactures of a pure and wholesomewine in 1861 was ordained a minister and appointed -

fied" comes from a word that means worthy.I base an appeal. Simple affidavits are too Grand Duke of Mecklenburg and Prince which will tend to eradicate drunkenness chaplain of the regiment. In the

have been led to these reflections by seeing easily procured to remain the sole ground of Frederick Charles, and at Beaugency nes, more than pages of an ti-Jersey lightning" "History of the Baptist Denomination of
from another where Georgia incidents highly creditableare
court to
appeal one many
two very prominent Presidential aspirants, honest men may be deeply concerned and Marchenoir and Origny he arrested the legislation.For related of the deceased in the Sharpsburg

and, half a doicn less prominent but still the ends of justice might be better sub offensive movements of the enemy. He disputed the truth of the latter assertion I appeal campaign Maryland.. After the war he

hopeful aspirants,at two different receptionsthe served if the courts were required to exer- every inch of ground, and when at to the experience of all those who havetr settled in Sumter, S. C. where he married

cise some discretion upon examination of length compelled to give his tactical ,.led through such wine-producing countries Miss Elizabeth H. Haynesworth.. of Camden
other night. :Mr. Blaine is growing old the facts in the case. way ,. county. In 1867 Mr. McCallum removed to
very rapidly ; he looks to be nearer 70 than skill was still such as to excite the admira- as France, Spain, Italy, or the Rhine- Lake City, Fla., became pastor of a Baptist

52. There is a listlessness in his motions, THERE was an interesting debatein the tion of his friends. The loss that France land. congregation, and established the Florida

an air of weariness in his manner, and a United States Senate on the bill to reduce has sustained is all the more cruel since To help the good cause," perhaps, you Baptist remembrance journal, as before mentioned.Our this occasion. ,

bitterness of disappointed ambitions in his letter postage to two cents. The East and Chanzy had been selected by the Presidentof will give this letter a place in your agricultural to the poem of Longfellow recurs,published on by the

face that was not observable ten years ago, the West came into direct conflict. The the Republic to fill, in the event of a column, and now and then favor us deceased: in the Union at the time of the 3

when he sat the incarnation of health and Eastern Senators wanted more letter carriers mobilization, the post of generalissimo of with hints as to the best way of making that death of the poet-"A Psalm of Life," and
which heeds bush." If looking to the irrepressible courage of our
the French He enjoyed the confi- "good wine no my
energy in the Speaker's chair of the Houseof and more than daily mails,and the Western armies. subject, as evinced in his struggle with the '
dence bf the whole and no one at figures prove anything, it is that France,and
Representatives. Senators desired cheap postage and greater army destroyer, consumption, as well as in the
Attorney-General Brewster is, through a frequency of mails than they now had. present is capable of replacing him. Within through and outside of France, Europe, warfare of the world, we fancy he must have
and commander needs the products of our vine- read the lines of Longfellow with a spirit
five statesman a generous
terrible accident, the homeliest man that Cheap postage carried the day by the aid of days a made the traced verse after"
strong as
there's millions in
both in the first rank their are ,yards; that in truth-It
ever appeared at a reception. He fell in the the Southern vote. among peers verse, as if he too found the mortal tenement
fire years ago, and his face is scarred, seamed snatched away and lost. Sceptics and it!" and more than this, that in no sectionof I too frail for the lofty aspirations of a pure

and disfigured until it looks like raw beef. JOHN E. KENNA, of West Virginia, who mockers, ambitious and jealous men, reflect our broad land can a finer and purer soul:

He has been much ridiculed for wearing will succeed.Senator Davis after March 4th, that France has not so many men of worthto article be made than our own-the home "Tell me not in mournful numbers,

ruffled shifts instead of the conventional is only 35 years of age. He served in the lose, and that it is the strength of the and native soil of our hitherto too much- Life is but an empty dream !I'
starched bosom, but Mr. Brewster doubtless Confederate army as a private,and left it, 18 country, which is being exhausted. This is neglected "scuppernong." For And the things soul is are dead not that what slumbers they seem

wishes to detract attention from the horrible years of age, poor, obscure and uneducated. indeed a sad day for France.VINEYARDS Yours, etc., ALEX. CURTIS.
Life is real! Life is earnest!
He settled in Wheeling, and by great and St. Marys, Ga.
disfigurement of his face by an eccentricityof And the grave is not its goal,
self-denying efforts acquired an educationand AND WINE. 'Dust thou art to dust returneth ;
dress, and his ruffled shirts have certainly IN MEMORIAL. ,
the effect of neutralizing the ghastliness of became a lawyer. When 29 years bf Was not spoken of the soul."

his countenance. age he was elected to Congress, where his GOOD :NEWS FOR THE SOUTHscuPPERNONGSTO A SKETCH OF MR. M'CALLUM'B LIFE AND CHARACTER C. D.

The :Marquis of Lorne has arrived and is career has been one of usefulness and credit. THE FRONT. BY A FRIEND. It grows daily more and more evident

the recipient of much attention. This even- To the Editor of the Mirror : From the Florida Da y-Timu,January 30: that the Republicans in Congress have re- .

dinner in his THE Chicago grain gamblers are preparing In connection with certain articles I have The death of Hugh B. McCallum, which solved upon dropping the thin veil of alacrity
ing the President will give a
I again for a corner in corn with a view of. written on this subject; indicating them as was announced in our issue of yesterday,
honor, and to-morrow there will be a ball at coming suddenly after the consummationof and zeal they so recently assumed to-
the British minister's, which is expected to I. forcing it up at the expense of consumers. a sure source of wealth to those who may an important business transaction be- ward the reformation of the tariff system, 'I

be the social event of the season. Fortunately the South was never in better cast their lot amongst us,and as it were, in tween that gentleman and the proprietor of and will endeavor to reorganize their party .

condition, and is quite independent of corroboration of my views, one of my corre- the Times, is a painful surprise. Althoughthe the strength of the protective senti-
of the Union with the Times, by upon
At the rate of merging
Chicago and its gamblers. in has sent me some most
THE LEGISLATURE.From spondents Europe the statement given of the event by Mr. ment. Possibly they have been misled by

a letter of W. H. B.," the cor- increase in our cereals the people of the interesting and suggestive statistics furnished :McCallum in his last issue was on accountof the crowds of manufacturers and monopo- ;

respondent of the Savannah News we cull West will have to look to foreign markets during the late International Exhibition his failing health, yet it was not expectedthat lists who flocked to the capital to preserve "

altogether for their surplus products. They,, of Wines, by Vineyardists" held at a fatal termination was near at hand.
the following: On the contrary, his friends and family their pet schemes and have mistaken the

The last amendment to the bill granting have already over-produced the alco- Bordeaux, France, last month. I were,buoyed up by the hope that, with the angry hubbub and noise of that mob,for the
holic supply, and will have to cease manu- From this it would appear that since 1875 the burdens of news-
aid to the Thomasville, Tallahassee & Gulf release from onerous voice of the people. At any rate, an alli- .

Railroad was as follows: "That should it be facturing corn into whisky and alcohol. there has not been a single, good vintage in paper management favorable and an change opportunity of the con-, for ante between the Republicans and monopo-
remarked with recuperation, a
found hereafter that any of the lands grantedby Nassau Fibre, Sunny France, and it was dition of his health might ensue. Indeed, lists seems imminent, and the country may 1
this act to the said railroad company do astonishment and dismay that out of six- the hope was so much encouraged as to jus- as well prepare for a decisive battle uponhhe j
not belong to the State of Florida the Stateof For beds, pillows and mattresses For sale, superiorto teen hundred and ten exhibitors six hun- tify the promise given by the Times on the tariff issue in the next Presidential t

Florida shall not be held liable to make June anything 24-tf else in FRED use. W. Hon by& Co. dred and ninety-five 'came from Spain, 29th that the united'papers would continue test; t tS
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1{: \e SOME DAY I!of her admirers the' whole evening, and-'who i I ?pain in them, though ,the lips smiled so woman, whose youthful appearance, com- THE REPUBLICAN UPSET. I

4 I' did not appear, judging from his .countenance incessantly. bined with her exceedingly smart attire,
*1 I: : '" to have derived much comfort from I think, my darling," she said at last, proclaimed her a bride. Whose bride? As HORATIO SEYMOUR'S REFLECTIONS UPON THE
i> .. Some day shall be dead, the amusement. The young l lady stopped "that it is time to go." Florrie noted the affectionate admirationwith RECENT ELECTIONS.In .

t. ::i'i Some day this tired head, Florrie,saying!! : "It is quite early," Florrie said wistfully.She which Colonel Peyton looked upon the

I: ,It', With all the anxious thoughts it now doth Well, Florrie, are you enjoying yourself? could not voluntarily'give up the last her, she thought, she had no need to ask, February number of the North

r. know, I have tried vainly to catch your eye the chance. and indeed, almost at the same moment American Review, under the head of "The

::: Shall be laid low. whole evening, but you have been so occupied But the mother knew how vain ,it was to her niece said to her: Political Situation" Governor Seymour Con-

: This ill .i you would not look at me.'* wait,and that the sooner they went the "Is she not pretty 1Irs.. Peyton, I tributes the following paper
.L ., ,: I, body, pain-racked, There was an undercurrent of. sarcasm in better it would be for,Florrie's peace. I mean." ,
Id r'.. Shall lie at length', and still, the tone which was quite lost on Florrie,who .' I am tired, dear," she said gently, "and .' She is very pretty Florrie said, with a The results of this year's elections have
'1-; Under the clover and the wind-swept grass, i excited much comment. At first view
i .. replied enthusiastically : it'is later than you think. smothered sigh. With profound halfpainful -
r l':" Nor hear you pass. I am enjoying m.selfimmensely." Then Florrie acquiesced at once. It was interest she watched the lair young they seemed to be due to the dissen-

'That indeed strange sleep, The beauty smiled and passed on, givingMr. i over, then, this evening that she had looked wife. sions in the Republican ranks, but on
were, closer their
k ; : Peyton a glance from under her long forward to with such feverish hope and fear; "She looks good," she thought, "as if study explanation is found to
__ When even might weep, lie "
And and you you-unheard of eye-lashes that.kept him silent till they got and what had it brought? Only the estab- she would make a man happy. Heaven deeper-it is a "groundswell, of whichall
f ," come go-even back to Mrs. Darley. lishment of the miserable conviction that bless him. Heaven bless them both." surface disturbances are effects not causes.

L me As, bird or bee. Who is that young lady?" he asked. she had fought against for weeks past. He Colonel Peyton, however, did not spend To get an understanding<<: of the subject it is

.;q k1 She is a Miss Talbot," Florrie said. "Is was indeed lost to her. Yet, with the inconsistency the whole evening in attendance upon his necessary that we dismiss from our mindsall

'' d' Nay, sweetheart, nay! believe she not pretty?" of human nature, she began at bride. He presently went in search of Lady partisan prejudices of for it concerns the

.., \ Here is no cause to grieve. Over her, too, had come a vague, indefin- once to consider when and where she might Norleigh, with whom he had already renewed organic demands principles our government, and

'" One so wayworn, of trouble so opprest, able sensation of something, she could not have another opportunity of seeing him. his acquaintance.. She was extremely American a thoughtful consideration. The

i o4" 4 Is glad of rest.Perchance tell what, that jarred upon her. She thought that even an occasional glimpseof gracious to him, and smiled as brilliantlyas these people are divided into two
Afew minutes after Mr. Peyton had moved his face, a word or a smile, would satisfy ever, but it was a hard smile. parties ; grow out of the form of our

': when that release away Alice Talbot came up, and, dismissingher her. And she had it. There was a certain defiant hardness now government : each is needed for its preserva-

"1 :' Hath wrought its spell of peace. disconsolate partner with a careless nod, At the top of the stairs'they met him and in his whole bearing. between tion. All the agree that there is a division line

r ; 'O'er this unquiet heart, long vext with woe, she said : Alice. "Well," she said, as they took their State powers,of the general and the

Heart's-ease may grow. "Dear :Mrs. Darley, may I sit by you? "Going already" said the latter, gayly. places in a quadrille exactly opposite Flor- governments.of the To enlarge unduly the
Papa is always in the middle of a group of "Have you enjoyed yourself, Florrie?" rie, "how do you find England after so power extend State endangers our Union to
'+1 Who loves me will not weep gentlemen, and I never can get near him." Very'mu h'fsaid"Florrie; promptly, and many years of absence?" leads unduly the jurisdiction of Congress;

1 When that I lie asleep, :Mrs. Darey! cordially consented,not with- was about to pass on, for her mother was already "I findit, ," he replied, "so changed thatI to corruption.For .
j? But rather joy to think such sorrow may out little wonder;for Miss Talbot was accustomed at the foot of the stairs, when Mr. am tempted to return to India and never a long time the Democratic party had
+ ; Have end some day. to go about alone with her father, Peyton checked her by saying with a slight to repeat this experiment.. the direction of affairs. The division of our

and did not usually appear to feel the want expression of uneasiness on his handsomeface "Oh, nonsense," she said gayly. "I sup- country into free and slave States led the
latter out of fear of Federal
. IN A BALL-ROOM. of a lady chaperon. : pose you did not expect to find everythingjust to
i i "Who was your last partner, Florrie?" '*I was sorr1"'ou were out when I called as you left it." carry the doctrine, of State rights too far.
Alice inquired. yesterday. I came to good-bye. I am "No he answered I Civil war was the result. After the contest
. fast and the say smiling. was
i : ; The cloak-room was clearing ": said Florrie. off was over there was a reaction against the
Mr. Peyton to Southampton to-morrow thence to I
" "i shawls and attested to the fact hardly so unreasonable as that, but I was
; piles wraps doctrine of State rights. A feeling
I Mr. Peyton, Alice repeated. Oh,' of India. not prepared for grew up
so changes.
'i of the had ar- many
that the majority-Shire company ball course-I know. He is one of the officers of Even Alice, who never took her sparklingeyes "Lorne, now. What changes?" she urged. that the stability of the general government I
Hunt twenty
.k The
rived. "the th. You must introduce him to off might be insured by giving to it large powers. i
. i the me. girl's sensitive face could not For my part I should almost fancy notan
,> I a' years ago, began early. Being sober great He has called on us, and it seems foolish not detect by the quiver of a muscle that this hour had passed since"- She paused and Jurisdiction was mistaken for strength.
the to country
, event of year many This sentiment was carried too far for
; know him. ; ,
; to was the first intimation that Florrie had had then said : Do remember a ball here
' ,. :p people, they made a point of arriving at the A few minutes later the introduction was of the fact. She looked with cool compo- about-well, I won't you how while State rights have been unduly magni-
the end. The say many years
,. very beginning and staying to fied, they still exist, and are as sacred as the
,s made. But Mr. Peyton did not seem disposed sure at the young man as she said quietly : ago?"
music had been sounding merrily for sometime
; when two ladies came in, evidently) to spend much time on Alice, Talbot. "I am very sorry we missed you." "I do remember," he said gloomily. rights of the general government.
n He turned to Florrie eagerly and said : "And will not and HERBERT SPENCERS BLUNDER.
you stay give me one "And here we all are again, she continued --
the middle-aged
mother daughter ; one, Herbert Spencer objected to our written
Will let take into ? dance? he said. Co
you you supper ; most of us at least. Here am I, here
the other
and sedate
calm ; young, eager Then the shadow vanished at once "I afraid I can't. mother is too constitution because it was the work of
and.excited. The latter flung off her cloak vague My are you, and therewith a slight changein
theorists, and did not out of the character
from the mind. tired. "
stood girl's her voice and at Florrie is
a hasty glance at the glass, and a glance and condition of In
the people. mak-
gave "You must just let me have one more Well, you must keep one for me at the Florence Darley.:'
, quivering with impatience, while her mother dance with Miss Mr.'Peytol1 said first ball from In ing this criticism of our constitution; he did
and Darley, we meet at on my return His manner changed too.
of her
divested herself
leisurely wraps not understand its origin. There is no other
t i when Mr. Darley expressed his decided con- dia. "Yes," he said. "She is not changed.
i'; k, arranged her cap. mother the girl viction that it was time to go, arid the father "Oh, certainly, if you are not eaten by a "You flatter her," said Lady Norleigh instance where a government grew as ours
"Come along, darling, did out of the thoughts habits and customsof
could not resist his child's happy, pleadingeyes. tiger in the meanwhile, she answered, sharply.He .
''c; said at last. Your cap is all right,and you Short-sighted old gentlemen, he won- laughing. "Good-by !-bon voyage." And looked confused for a moment, but the people. Every one who reads the

, f look lovely. We are so late. Poor papa dered what there was in dancing that all girls with a nod and a smile she ran lightly down went on undaunted : proceedings of the convention at Philadelphia
; will be quite tired of waiting. williearn that the views of prominent
fond of it. the staircase.He .
said the mother dryly *'he were so "She looks as good, as sweet, as contentedas
Poor papa1 ; When the dance was over and the pair turned to Alice. she did eighteen Her's is indeed members, whose learning tended to make
must be in a dreadful fidget lest all the young years ago. them theorists had not the influence which
k back found Alice Talbot stoutly "I won't let myself eaten
came they by a tiger as a face to make one feel the better for
should be and there be
ladies engaged, no the opinions of such men usually exercise.On .
, \aft left for him." resisting an attempt on the part of her fatherto long as I know you, my darling, are waitingfor looking at, to save one from believing that
partners the other hand, the which had
t take her away. me. there is truth faith left in the world. usages
. no or
' and
The girl laughed. "I must stay for the next dance, papa. I Hush !" she said glancing round uneasBY' The meaning of this tirade being," said grown up on our soil and the opinions held
. ; .4.\ Never mind! Florrie ; i if anybody wants by the body of the members governed the
am engaged to your good-looking friend You must make a fortune before you Lady Norleigh sarcastically, that you are
will it
.: '' to dance "with you, they manage she added in a whisper Florrie:"I wouldn't can have the right to call me that. My father conceited enough to believe that Miss Parley convention. Our oldest political organisms
: ,j.1 somehow. it for the world." will consent otherwise. are'those needed by local communities, and
miss never has been the willow for all
; 'f",;, Florrie blushed again, while a smile of the wearing you which are designed for the preservation of
But Florrie hardly heard her..She was absolutely Trust me. Only say you will be true to these years. Don't look so innocent and
.' '. her face. It
t' most perfect over the rights of the respective localities. These
with excitement. Never
me. indignant. You know well I do that
as as ,
,' :f face not with
was a fair pretty, any organizations have different names but theyare
I h'A young had Mr. Peyton been so devoted ; never be- She raised her lovely eyes to his face fora you nearly broke her heart once ; only, ,
:j U;;t innocence# fore had she been so sure that he loved her, moment, and he did not notice that she luckily, hearts are not made of breakingstuff substantially what we now call towns. ;
: ;; ; nor had she realized what it was to be so said nothing.He ; and her's was mended long Notwithstanding the diversities of language
r to'} paterfamilias, yawning in doorways, would ago. and lineage in our country the people gave
loved. walked home in the
early morning, Then with sudden of tone
a softening ,
,, : comment with approbation ; that like and forms to their local
upon I shall Tuesday at the Grays, and castles in the powers govern-
see you on smoking a cigar building perhaps with some vague wish to atone for
'' would to
jealous mothers not pick pieces, ments. These formed the groundwork of
he said stood for the car- air of which Alice Talbot al
would admire without as they waiting was ways queen; the wrong which she had once so deliberately -
' and that daughters riage, looking down with more tendernessthan while Florrie, still in her ball dress, knelt in done Florence Darley, she added half to our political institutions So strong was the

envy. he perhaps knew into the flushed happy her little room at the top of the house be- herself: "But the scar remains, I think. pressure of common necessities on the
:; They found papa warmly colonies that when they were called
poor uponto
side the window the
face. open looking over Yes she is brave true
with you are right; a woman -
,' some magisterial difficulty a country act together in forming our Union there
; :\ It brightened, if that were possible. wide expanse of London chimney-pots and and you-were a fool." ,
(,.. neighbor,and bearing the ball-room this enforced with delay But I thought you.said you were on duty sobbing : 'f ... "I know, it," he said, with a quiet em- was no confusion or discord although there
of his entrance to perfectnimikg had been little for the
opportunity exchange
,,,, that day? .: "I am so miserable am so miserable. that
l : phasis Lady Norleigh quite under
Y .,, [nn ? "I'll get off somehow. I would risk a stood. political thoughts and sentiments between
r,1 How Florrie's eyes roved round as they court-martial than miss them. It is easier now to traverse this continent -
t.... entered ; how absently she responded to the "That would sooner be she seeing said you. It was eighteen years since that memora- When the dance was over, and Colonel i from ocean to ocean than it was thento
;' of various friends. Even the wrong, Peyton had left his partner, he went over to
greetings gentlemen ble hunt ball which
;, with her earnest fixed on his face. I Florence Darley had make the journey from New York to
eyes Florrie
and down her.
sat beside
f who solicited the favor of a dance received would not marked as a white-letter day in her life, Boston ; yet we find that the Germans in the
:; but half her attention. She was only hope you neglect your duty on "Do you remember," he said, that you
I f consideration. I -you would when she once more found herself within Valley of the Mohawk, the Hollanders on
; seventeen and had not yet learned the art any am sure promised to dance with me the first time we
the old court-house for a similar festivity. the-shores of the Hudson, the Scotch and
not she added, in tone of conviction.
:i I: r.' or the necessity of concealing her feelings. ",I never will after a that," he deep said in a very Florence Darley still, and likely to remainso to met claim on my that return from" India? I am going the Huguenots in the Carolinas, and the
' A" Every emotion wrote itself in clear letters on low voice. both in her own opinion and in that of promise. English colonists in"Virginia and New Eng-

' '. i,-; that childish face. Up and down the room "Do know that this dance has begunever her friends, though a few of her contempo- "And do you remember, she answered, land had.reached common conclusions about
t her wandered as she stood by her you smiling how many years ago the promisewas
.': gray eyes long ?" she said and raries were disposed to consider her con- the nature.of the government they should
, so ago presently, made?
; t, ,\tl mother, eagerly scanning the groups of I know that engaged to Miss Talbotfor tented acceptance of the title of old form. Their delegates could meet in con-
you are "Then do remember he said withan
dancers and then a sudden light came into maid" you ? ,
themselves.And .
it." as a personal injury to vention and act .in harmony. Our Union
:',. w them, a rush of color into her cheeks, as a "Oh, Miss Talbot is so inundated with truly she was only thirty-six, and eagerness like his\that old moved her strangely, it and constitution grew out of these facts.
:. I young man detached himself from a knot might have passed for had she was so manner. Their existence depends preservingthe
that I she won't have younger upon
am sure
Yes I remember she said but I
of red-coated and approached her. nev-
"t, sportsmen waited for he Never chosen to assume the manners and dress of boundaries between the different govern-
'. ", With what radiant smile she greeted him 1 me, replied carelessly. er dance now ; I am a chaperon."
; a theless he found that she had waited for youth. But she had long since lost her parents mental functions thus established. At the
You he asked. How
r'- :, '" : Her mother noted it and sighed ; a sour him though there several' and had, moveover, two grown-up a chaperon close of the civil war the public feeling was
, .jt maiden of forty seeing it, sighed too, and to his were gentlemeneager nieces, who, motherless; looked up to heras very ridiculous It seems but yesterday that so excited that a prejudice grew up against
"W supply place.
said to herself What a flirt that girl is I"! ; you and I danced together in this very room. "
When he she him bril- to a mother, so she had no wish to clingto term "rights of States.
{ but while it she knew she was apologized gave a Do you remember something you said to
even saying .
young-ladyhood. She had placed herselfin GARFIELD VS. WASHINGTON.At
liant smile and said she understoodand
. f unjust. The young man did not sigh. He forgave, him. quite : the ranks ,of the chaperons, and it was_ me that night about" hoping I would never the last Presidential election the Re-

}i j t smiled a smile almost as radiant as Florrie's Meantime the Darleys drove home. The in that character she came to-night. neglect my duty? publican party selected as its candidate one :

Y ..1'I own-almost, not quite. moon shone down on .the father dozing in Mydear Florrie, you really make your- "Observations made in a "ball-room are who went very far in favor of"centralization. ,
seldom worth said Florrie
;: Oh Miss Darley, he began, I thoughtyou self ridiculous With remembering that
his corner; on the mother, silent, with your assumption of old He expressed his joy power
It would be if
were never coming. anxious hopes and fears regarding age." said a tall, golc en-haired woman who gravely.h more satisfactory gravitated more and more toward the national \
u I thought we never were," she replied her many and that ; entered the room just behind her. instead of recalling all the nonsense you or capital. A member of the cabinet in :

naively; but we are here now," she added right darling and wide, awake on gazing darling into sitting the clear up- This was the celebrated beauty, Lady Nor- I, or any one else may have talked so many 1880 speaking of our government, in an ad- i

in a tone of extreme satisfaction. and and leigh, once Miss Talbot. She was still love- years ago, you"were to give me some account dress which was circulated by the Republican I
frosty sky, murmuring over over of India.
Yes, you are here now," he said, and ly, though there were hard lines now around organization said :
to herself I I
again am so happy, am so "Oh I will send books about it
you will stay to.the end and give me a great the beautiful mouth, and a restless look of you some It must not be forgotten that this Gov-
many dances. Wouldn't you like some happy. weariness and discontent in the large blue if you are interested in that sort of thing, ernment is no longer the simple machinery :
he said. his face little.
t! tea?' eyes-a curious contrast to Florrie's serene falling a it was in the early days of the republic. The I
k Of course she would like some tea. and as It was six months later, one hot night in content. Well, but tell me something about what bucolic age of America is over. Theyare
':" she was going to dance the next waltz with June, that Florence Darley followed her How do you do, Alice?" said Miss Dar- you have been doing all this time, she said the interests of nearly fifty millions of I I

him it was hardly worth while to return to mother into another ball-room. Only six ley declining to argue the point. I thoughtyou with" an air of grave, kind interest. people, spread over an immense surface, ;
her mother for the few moments. months. But deal of I can tell you that in three words, he
intervening endless
a great experience can were in London. What brings you into with occupations of variety and great
r. Florrie was no flirt, but she was only just be gained in that time, and Florrie had acquired these parts?" "answered bitterly: "Playing the fool, and magnitude, producing interests so pushing

.,', ": out, had seen nothing of the world, and had rather more than her share. Oh, I came," said Lady Norleigh flip- yet I have been saved from many follies by powerful and so constantly appealing to the

;: never stirred from under her mother's wing. An indescribable change had come over pantly, because :Norleigh wanted me not that one speech of"yours. Your look and Government, rightfully or wrongfully, that
.' What wonder that she was completely captivated her whole face and manner.. Something of to come." tone have haunted the requirements statesmanship demandedin

Y. <' -: by this handsome young soldier,who her sweet freshness and happy content were Norleigh, standing by, laughed feebly, "I should like so much to be" introducedto this age are far different from those which

': I:: contrived in so many little ways to imply, gone. A touch of restlessness, even fretful- and tried to look as if it were a joke, in your wife, Colonel Peyton, Florrie in- sufficed a century ago."

h though he had not yet said it, that he loved ness, had taken their place. She was as pro- which attempt he failed. He was'that mis- terrupted. To show how far recent administrationshave
'f her. She was over head and ears in love foundly indifferent to most of her acquaintances erable-looking little man man who had hov- "My wife? he said, astonished. "Oh, drifted from the positions held by the

!, with him i never doubted that he was or- as the had been on a former occasion, ered so humbly round Alice in this very you must"mean my sister-in-law. I have patriots who formed the Constitution,it will

,:' .- dained to be her husband, and had the most but she made an effort to conceal it, and room years ago. Several unexpected deaths not" a wife. only be necessary to refer to the warnings
1 perfect faith in him. when she looked round the room it was with having considerably altered his worldly position I beg yonr pardon, she faltered. "Some-" uttered by Washington in his farewell ad
I ; He in her body pointed her out to me as your wife. It is remarkable not for its wis-
was certainly very happy society hasty, furtive glances.No had also altered Miss Talbot's senti- dress. only
: and would willingly have sat by her side anddanced one rushed eagerly up to her now to ment toward him. Nevertheless he looked He looked with momentary surprise at dom and foresight, but from the fact that it

: ':. with her the whole night. But Flor- express delight at her arrival, and to claim none the happier for his double good for- her crimson face, then the surprise changedto aptly describes the condition into which we

rie had been well drilled on this point. She half a dozen dances. But Florrie had not tune. Lady orleigh passed,on in her dia- an expression of gladness and tenderness.But have been drawn by the influence ofdestructive ,.
looked wistfully at her programme when he been in the room a minute before she knew monds, lace and satin-the cynosure of all he only said : currents:
: handed it back to her half filled with his there. He stand- "When I have one .will certainly intro- '" tends
Y, 'I' that Mr. Peyton was was eyes-while Florrie, in her sober black The spirit of encroachment to consolidate -
;$ { : own name. ing by Alice Talbot, who looked more brilliant -: gown, placed herself on a bench, preparedto duce her to you. the powers of all the departmentsin
t You must scratch them all out but two. and beautiful even than usual, and was amuse herself by watching her girls The girls chatted gayly on their way one, and thus to create, whatever the form

:tf should like it. but I musn't," she said bestowing her brightest smiles and all her amuse themselves, though her attention home over the events of the ball, wonder of government, a real despotism. A just

h 'J' j sImply. powers of fascination upon him. With wandered a good deal to her former rival. ing a little at "Auntie's" unusual silence, estimate of that love of power and pronenessto

.,' ,1L : 'iil A look came over his face that half miserable, bitter humility Florrie owned "Auntie," said one of her nieces, suddenly while "Auntie" leaned back in the carriage abuse it which predominates in the hu-

. : ," $ charmed half frightened her. that it was no'wonder he had neither eyes startling her from an intent half-sad, with" clasped hands, whispering softly r man heart is sufficient to satisfy us of the
.a" I.;: ':5E Ah 1" he began eagerly, and then checked nor ears for any one else. But the acknowledgment half-amused observation of Lady Norleigh."I I have seen him again, and we shall always truth of this position. The necessity of reciprocal -
r i himself. "I should like it but I musn't did make it less hard be friends. Whatever happens I am
: not to want to introduce-the name was lost. checks in the exercise of political
, : Iii i he added half under his breath. bear. I think I havehad the pleasure of meeting content.-All the Year Round. power, by dividing and distributing it into

:,.4;, !'t:,r t.ft",:' r. She looked at him wonderin'l She has so many admirers she.might have your aunt before. Miss Darley," said a different depositories, and constituting each

, 0' Did you speak?" she asked.i left him alone," said the poor little thing'to voice which in eighteen years had never FLORIDA STATE FAIR. the guardian of the public weal, against invasion -

. ., J No no; there is the music. Come." herself. But she held herself bravely to out- faded from Florrie's memory, which even The premiums offered at the coming Fair by the others, has been evinced by

t ':: f., To say that Florrie enjoyed the ball would ward appearance. A hundred times she now brought such a rush of mingled pain varied and attractive. experiments, ancient and modem ; some of
tIi '.: .1\ i be to express it feebly. She was simply checked herself in the act of letting her eyes and pleasure, such suffocating heartbreaks, are quite They are them in our own country and under our own

: '.r x steeped in content. Whether she danced or wander in search of him. She laughed and that, for a moment the sedate old maid was offered in good faith, and should all be eyes. To preserve them must be as neces-

:; '..' sat unnoticed by her mother's side, she was talked so.gayly that one of her partners remarked unable to speak. She shook hands with the sharply competed for and taken. Let each sary as to institute them."
: -: profoundly happy. Then she had that second afterward that" he never knew Miss speaker as if in a dream, was dimly con- and ail of our readers show some Florida The words uttered by Washington and

:': : dance to look forward to, and she resolutely Darley had so much fun in her." Once, scious of his sitting down beside her, and production, the very best and most attractiveof General Garfield respectively show the differ

Le" J: refused to go to the tea-room till then, when he and Alice passed close to her, she making trivial remarks about the weather, its kind 1 Let us prove what brains and ence between the policy now most favoredby

pt: : that she might honestly want some refreshment was apparently so deeply interested in her the decorations of the room and so on. muscle can do in this favored clime! Let the Republican party,and that advocatedby

ti after it. Then followed another ten conversation that she did not seem to see Gradually she collected herself enough to us not be mere "lookers-on in Vienna." the patriots of the revolution.THE .

}''t. minutes, of which each moment was a lifetime them. She might have spared herself that look at him, and to take in the changes We must join the ranks of exhibitors and LESSON OF A CITY'S GROWTH.I .

:.' 'j of bliss, never to be forgotten.As small piece of hypocrisy, for by him it passed time had made in him. They were not workers and, by a grand exhibition of all have no intention to impeach the patriotism -

: 4 they passed into ball-room they meta unnoticed, and only brought a smile of derision many. He was still handsome, but very the products of the State, we shall prove to of those who hold opinions which

',! ,,.' girl coming out who had already attracted to Alice's face. Florrie herself spent much older, both in manners and appearance the world that Florida is what her friends grew out of the excitements of civil war.
Mr.Peyton's attention by her extreme beauty the rest of the night in regretting it. For, -more so than even the lapse of years have claimed-the "garden spot" of the But in their eagerness to extend the juris-

';" "" .<...her dazzling complexion, her masses of after all, a smile or a bow from him would accounted for, but Florrie decided that she United States.-Florida Dispatch. diction of the general government,they went

r; ,, golden hair, and her big blue eyes. She was have been better than nothing.Mrs. would have known him anywhere. He did too far, and exposed the country to unforeseen -

leaning on the arm of a miserable-looking Darley looked anxiously in the girl's not stay long beside her, and presently Vigor, strength and health all found in dangers. A review of the events of a

little man, who had been heading the train pale face and eyes that had so deep look Florrie saw him talking to a very pretty one bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters. few years past, as set: forth by Republican


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and the Chief Justice
,who seek a share of the lands or money Gray dissenting. NOTICE act of the Legislature of the THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. <

given away. A TRAVELERS STORY.-After spending State of Florida, entitled An Act to pro-
THE FOUR POWERS. vide General Law for the
a Incorporation of
months at watering places and consultingthe
Within a few years our Government has Railroads and Canals," approved February
best without benefit I
returned .t
physicians NEW
assumed a new aspect. It is now made up home disheartened and expected to 16th, 1874,the undersigned have formed and GOODS Received by Every Steamer. ;

of a President, who holds for fouryears, and die. A friend urged a trial of Parker's Gin- organized a company under the name of A
whose energies are absorbed by the distribu- i
ger Tonic. Three bottles and careful diet ATLANTIC & MEXICAN GULF CANAL
of Senators whose terms
tion of places; are have brought me excellent health and spirits, COMPANY.for Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA.
and who
six engrossed by legisla-
years, are and I hope my experience may benefit sim-
tion touching,: our domestic affairs, or our ilar sufferers.-Cincinati lady. See other the purpose of constructing, maintaining :
relations to other countries-they, too, are and operating a steamboat and l
col barge C. H. HUOT
u in.
with the labor of attending to the canal for in the ,
pressed ----------- public nse conveyance of ... WB LB ALB AND ETAIV
personal interests of their constituents seeking A PEERLESS PERFUME.-The refreshingaroma persons and property from the Florida line,

place or legislation: of members of the of Floreston Cologne, and its lasting near the Okefenokee Swamp; thence in a -DEALER IN- GOo W ___

House, who hold for two years, in which .fragrance make it a peerless perfume for the southwesterly 'direction across the State of
time they cannot attend to all the calls made toilet. Florida by the most direct route to the Gulf, Q (

upon them, and at the same time learn the and along its shore: to the western boundaryof i
I details of our Government or of the abuses Weak muscles and nerves, sluggishness of the State; to be constructed within cI &:TDLERY o h; s

which grow up. The fourth body is the thought and inactivity, cured by Brown's the limits of the counties of Nassau, Baker, P {

',1 "lobby," rapidly increasing in numbers, Iron Bitters. Columbia, Hamilton,Suwanee,Madison, Lafayette -

who hold their places for life. Many of them Taylor, Jefferson, Wakulla, Franklin 3a O
iI I i make their homes in Washington ; they Neryousness, debility, and exhausted :vitality Calhoun, Washington Walton, Santa Groceries, Hardware, p;

alone are familiar with affairs, and acquainted cured by using Brown's Iron Bitters.A Rosa and Escambia. The, Canal Companywas A. B. ]NXYES
s with the clerks and others who fill originally incorporated by the Legisla- Qc3

"} the departments. These are the men who, Very Good ThingTo ture of Georgia, under the name of the Atlantic I DRY GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES,

in the language of the late member of the & Mexican Canal Company, of which DEALER IN- =
have in home, by everybody old
cabinet, already quoted, are producing aspirations every this proposes to be an extension. Second Street, asGO
and in
and in the country or village,
and interests so powerful and com- young GEO. F. DREW N
marvel of condensed information
cities well. A -
plicated in their nature, and so constantly as J. J. FINLEY, Family Supplies, o
both useful and with
appealing to the Government, rightfully or trustworthy, GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, vie FERNANDINA, FLA.
a. Thousand or more Engravings, illustrating i I. .
wrongfully, that the requirements of states- Of Florida. P
and devices in the
manship are far different from those which labor-saving methods LAFAYETTE MCLAWS HEAVY GROCERIES,
sufficed Field, in the Garden, and in the Household, FERNANDINA I
a century ago. JOSEPH SHEPARD, I.
Animals, Plants, many large
Republican journals have made it known beautiful Pictures; Illustrated Stories for and Of c Hay and Grain

ganization throughout is the so land potent that this that last it named defies the or- Instructive Houses, Talks Barns with and Boys Out-buildings and Girls;,Plansof with Dated this 10th day of January,A.D.1883.Georgia. i STEAM] [ SAW ] [MILL.]] 0.OD 1",

Government itself, in its own courts, by the Specifications. All these, and much more, In the Circuit Court, Nassau : ,# #> ,* *N .. o ..
will be found in the 42d Volume of the SHIP STORES tl .
aid of its own agents. These facts have County, Florida. 0 :
aroused the attention of patriotic Republicans American Agriculturist, now beginning, and =
at less cost than anywhere else in the world. ALEXANDER McRAE, l PROPRIETOR p:
who find that they are the results of C. H. HUOT, 7 !
their own doctrines of centralization. The Its exposures of Humbugs, most valuable versus Furniture, P
fruit of centralization is found to be feature, is to be pushed with increased vigil- BENJAMIN EAGER,SIMON TEM- I ,
a -
system PLE, S. B. HUBBARD ALONZO In constantly on handLumber O2BuHding
of which will ance. To the previous staff of editors and Chancery.B. HAS Stoves
temptations grow worseas made .No YES: ,WM.LAWTEY WILLIAM I ,i
our population increases in number and contributors many additions are now K'.
wealth In less than this including the best writers all over the coun- JOHNSON,M. M.WHITE, by Cargoes.Office r.Il "\1
thirty years coun- PI.ints
try will contain 100.000,000 souls. Its income try. In its prime, this journal entered its and THOMAS BROWHER. : l'

will grow still more rapidly. The 42d volume, more vigorous than ever, with UNDER and by virtue of a decree entered on Second Street. vie O Crockery, J.., ,x".
amount of in the hands of Congress new writers, new artists, new dress, etc. Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial I I 00 .J
money "
to be given away for all sorts of objects will, Though prepared at larger expense than Circuit of Florida, in and for the County of Hardware, N ,
as experience shows increase in a four- most$3 and $4 magazines, it is, owing to its Nassau, Florida, for the enforcement of a f f!
immense circulation, supplied, post-paid, certain lien for labor done and performedupon <
ol<(ratio. Congress is now verb uid ned with Willow-Ware.
duties, and it :usually adjourns more in con- for $1.50 a year, and less to clubs-either a certain saw-mill situated in said HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS P

of the weariness of members than English or German edition. Single numbers, County, situated as hereinafter described, W = r

because sequence its task has been done. All thoughtful 15 cents. One specimen post-paid, G cents.A and known as the Tolu or Eager Mill-said o

men in each party see that this state of plate copy of Dl1pr 's last great painting, decree being in favor of Alexander :McRae S:
things must be corrected, that we must "IN THE MEADOW," is presented to each and against Benjamin Eager,Simon Temple, We invite your attention to our M( jIIoII

back to the teaching of the constitution, and go yearly subscriber. Address Publishers of S. B. Hubbard, Alonzo B. Noyes, Wm. Law- O p
American 751 New' tey, William Johnson M. M. White and
that a strict construction of the powers of Agriculturist, Broadway. W
Congress will leave less opportunity for cor- York. Thomas Browher-I will sell in front of the Crockery 1 Glassware, 1 ;
Court-Honse in the City of Fernandina, in o y

ruption.WHAT THE ELECTIONS MEAN. New Advertisements. said County 1883, Florida, on the first Monday in and offer our Goods in these lines as low as Prices ic;3 as 3 Low tie W ,Fr
I It is this feeling which has produced the February, being the 5th of said month, as 3 ; .P

political results of the year 1882. It has the mill known as the Eager Mill, situated the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of
burst the strong bonds which held togetherthe ESPECIALLY FOR THE and being in Sec. 19, T. 1, S. 24 E., Nassau

Republican organization. A party which r I County, Florida, together with buildings, very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,

has doubts about the correctness of its views Improved COTTON,' machinery, equipments, boilers, engines, Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin
loses the GRAIN, GUA88E9.VEGETABLES..- etc., used in said Tolu or Eager Mill, situ- -
power to adjust its contro'ersies.Sbould 1 Mpg Material !
they be adjusted, the tap of the drum &<$Ve are the larg ated, as aforesaid, on said premises ; to satisfy Chamber Sets all colors; WoodenWare -

will not call back citizens to its ranks. I said decree as aforesaid. Terms cash;
: cetfafarmeraseed of all kinds; and Housekeeping -
say this, not because I would throw discredit Maulers anyJwfaerCi purchaser paying for title.
the 'a hence JOHN A. ELLERMANN. Utensils generally.
the i
upon Republican party ; on con- (
have 7 ,
greatest Special Master. ,
the sentiments which
govern large V// = facilities for Fernandina Fla. W. IIOYT & CO.
numbers of its members are patriotic and r BEST SEEDS. January ,
Grain and farm
honorable, as are their efforts to check abuses Seedg .
which have out of mistaken views of r f : STATE
grown l h;,' Malory, descrip- SHINGLES, ,
policy. It would be an insult to say that tions. culture oft j
they were governed by their passions "_ beetGrainsGrass-. James O'Boyle-You are hereby noti- B. NOYES,
or Potatoes
per- lOcta* fied that A DOORS, SASH BLINDS
sonal alogueof Flowering a writ of attachment has been issued ,.
No the results of the elec-
; Bulbs and Plants for house or garden, JREE against you and your property attached, to (Successor to W. A. SAKBOBN),
tion of 18S2 were not due to local causes or Spring Catalogue Garden, flower and Tree PAINTS OILS ETC.AT .
F1LE6 satisfy the demand of dollars. ,
controversies. They were the product of a i Seeds and Plaits, Sibley'ti Farmerf Almanac. twenty-five Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
general belief that the doctrines of centrali- $500 prize essays on Southern Gardening,1O cents Now, unless you shall appear before H. J. .,
zation have fostered where HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.. Seedsmen. Baker, Esq., County Judge and ex-officio Jus- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, ,
serpents' eggs lioche terW,Yt and Chcag ,III. tice of the Peace in and for said at \ t
they were expected to give strength to county, CHOICE WINES LIQUORS HAY GRAIN
Union. We have of his office at Fernandina, on the 12th day of AND FRED W. HOYT fifCO'S,, )
corruptions -
reports March, A. D. 1883, at 10 o'clock in the fore-
Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near
not only in the postoffice, ip the signal service F D SECOND
JRll noon judgment will rendered Near Centre.
against you Steamboat Landing, /
and in the police force, designed to protect -
tlslR4TEDwDEScQlp1. and sold to the debt.
your property pay
the of the from
prosperity public wrongs p Dated this 12th day of January, 1883.J. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
and robberies, but also in the collection and
use of political assessments, which Congressmen A. ELLERMANN.8td Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C.

claim they have right to make, while Plaintiff. Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in WM. B. C. DURYEE.
they punish as crimes such acts by other NOTICE. large quantities. .
officals. Other departments, where thereare Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
greater temptations, are yet to be looked 7011 83. TO Take notice, that she( 13th of ny's
on day-
into. best in the world. CENTRE!: ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT
THE tome FREE to alA applicants, and to CUBv -: February, 1883, I will apply to the Judge of Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED
CONSTITUTIONAL POLICY A NECESSITY. *laatyear without COQUUXXS the Circuit Court in and for the Fourth Judi- .
about 175 prices PLOWS. FERNANDINA
The circumstances of the elections differed pages 600 illustrations accurate FLA.
in descriptions and valuable directions for planting cial Circuit,of Florida, at Jacksonville, for a Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON
the several States. The character of the 1600
varieties of Vegetable and Flower Seeds,
license to take of and
nominations had the usual influence. Whatever Plauta, Fruit Trees,eta Invaluable to all. eePe manage, charge: con- VILLE. 33 Hay, Corn, Oats
.. sally to Market Gardeners. Send for it! trol my property,and to become.a free dealer
difference there may have been as to D. M.FERRY &CO. DETROIT MIOH.= in every respect according to the statute in
harmony or strife in the ranks of parties, all --- -- -- such case made and provided.
were overborne bv the feeling in the mindsof .
thoughtful, calm and patriotic Republicans Fernandina, Fla., January 12, 1883. 8 4t
that they had drifted into errors under 1883 is an Elegant Book of 150 pages;

the influence passions inflamed by civil FOR Colored Plates of Flowers and Vegetables obtained for new inventionsor

war. And this has been confirmed by every and more than 1,000 Illustrations of PATENTS for improvements in old INDIAN BLOOD SYEUJ

day's reports of judicial proceedings, where the choicest Flowers, Plants and Vegetables; ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
the government has been baffled in its effort and Directions for grooving. It is handsome all patent business promptly attended _

to punish wrongdoers,in many instances enough for the Centre Table or a Holiday to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
by the corruption of its own agents. All Present. Send on your name and post-office REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- Cures all diseases .of' the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,

feel that in the near future, when our popu- address, with 10 cents, and I will send you ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
lation shall be a hundred millions, our Gov- a copy, postage paid. This is not a quartet ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
ernment cannot gq on unless it returns to, of its cost. It is printed in both EnglisH NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and

the constitutional policy of our fathers. In and German. If you afterwards order seeds ents in less time than those who. are remote pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to 3Iin.
view of the evils growing out of vague constructions deduct the 10 cents. Vick's Seeds are thebes from Washington.When :

of the constitution and of usurpa- in the world. The Floral Guide will Inventors send model or sketch,

tions of indefinite powers the public is inclined tell iow to get and grow them. ": we make search in the Patent Office, and GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. r

to heed this warning of Washington. Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 17:! advise as to its paten lability free of charge.

/' If, in the opinion of the people, the distrIbution pages,6 Colored Plates,500 Engravings. For| Correspondence confidential; fees reason- Trade Mark.Laboratory.

or modification of the constitu- 50 cents in paper covers; $1 in' elegant cloth able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT >l 'AGENTS W.A.NTEID. a
tional be in In German English. .. ,
powers any particular wrong, or IS OBTAINED.
let" it be corrected by an amendment in the Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 32 We refer by permission to' the City Post- *
way the Constitution designates. But let pages, a Colored Plate in every number and, master, and to the Superintendent of the 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it* I

there be no change by usurpation ; for many fine, Engravings. Price $1.25 a year PostOfficeIoney Order Division in Wash

though this, in one instance, may be the instrument five copies for $5. Specimen numbers sent:! ington. For special references, circular,service CEDABTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.

of good,it is the customary weapon for 10 cents; three trial copies for 25 cents. : terms, etc., address_ Dr. Clark Johnson':-My children were 'sick with Fever, and a short trial of yoU
by which free governments are destroyed. JAMES VICK, \ C. A. SNOW: & CO., Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.

The precedent must always greatly over- 5 Rochester. N.' Y. j; 2-tf Opp.Patent Office,Washington,DC. 46 c RUDIE CANTREL. '

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1 : ..; THE FLORIDA MIRROR. be questioned that the Legislature have I II I I THE CUMBERLAND- .SOUND IM. the greater expense that will naturally be THE FLORIDA CANAL.To -

full power to repeal what they have "nacted, PRO VEMENTS. connected with slow progress or suspensionby the Editor the J/i.

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3 1883.L to change its provisions, and to harmonize I In tb of the United allowing the currents time to deepen the of /or:
n ; ,) response, a resolution bar ahead of the jetties, while the ever- Two years ago the accompanying letter
the laws relative both to the and '
seminary States Senate, passed on the 2d inst., Cap- changing condition of the bar and of the appeared in the columns of the New York
ii; THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE the agricuHural'college.. If there.is: any tain James C. Post, of the Engineer Corps, channels leading through the same as longas Mercantile Register and was largely
I? ? FUND. doubt on this subject let the opinion of the currents are not suitably controlledby copied
.w : has made the in both
following report regard to in this
I ) ? the jetties, will the country and in Europe. I have
complicate problemand
The trustees of this fund have had recently the Attorney-General or the Supreme Courtbe
1 i the condition-of the work at the trance.of still more increase the cost of the work." read it carefully to-day, in connection with
,, a meeting.at Tallahasse, and have decided invoked. :.1.1A ,Cumberland' Sound. The report was sub- An appropriation of the amount before the present projects and general discussionon

R not to make any present use of the fund, STRICTLY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE: NO mitted by Secretary Lincoln to the Senateon mentioned $100,000)( ) without an additionalsum the most important subject
being made available for the fiscal has
r- .but allow the interest to go on increasing VALUE. '| the 19th inst. and referred to the year
was the attention
;;: ending June 30, 1884, would necessarily involve engaged of the Legislature for
; the principal. If we are to have an agricnlturaljcollege.: Committee on Commerce: a complete suspension of the work many years, because of the cosmopolitan in-

They have also delegated one of their perse, it might as well remain at Eaii Gallie UNITED: STATES ENGINEER OFFICE, during the greater portion if not for that en- terests involved in the construction of a
number to visit several towns in East Flor- as elsewhere, as it will accomplish n$ better NEW YORK, January 11,1883. tire year. This would, undoubtedly be followed line which will practically effect the water

: ida with a view to receiving proposals for results at one place than another. "it.: may GENERAL : I have the honor to acknowl- quence by of deterioration incomplete work the necessary being exposedto conse- of the Atlantic and the Mississippido junction -

+, S ti the location and erection of an agricultural be as successful as the Maryland Agricultural edge the receipt from office of the Chief of the natural action of the elements. To not find a word or line I
1 n, college building.We College, which had a splendid build- Engineers of a copy of a resolution of the avoid this, and to make sure that the work requiring alterations -
lit- : Senate of the United States of January 2d not even the statement
respecting the
this action proceeds from a ing in sight of the dome of the National would be rigorously advanced toward com-
suppose 1882 forwarded for
'Zi to me repprt. pletion during the next fiscal addi- location of a second canal from the Gulf
i ', view entertained by the trustees that by the Capitol, and had six professors and fine students. IMPROVEMENT OF CUMBERLAND SOUND. GEORGIAAND tional amount of$500,000 should year be an appro- the Pacific. to

.tfVSieg law passed by the Legislature of the State, 5. FLORIDA. priated. Very respectfully your obedient Cante de Lesseps has reduced the
m :'! approved February 18, 1870 they are restricted PROMPT LEGISLATION REQUIRED The improvement of the entrance to Cum-" servant, JAS. C. POST, his canal at Panama by millions cost of

; in their action to carry out the provisions The present Legislature should act romptly berland Sound Georgia and Florida, is car- Captain of Engineers. time for and the
Brig. Gen. H. G. WRIGHT constructing it
t ried on in conformity to a project submittedto nearly three y ars.
: of that act. in the matter and untie the hand of the
; Chief of Engineers U. S. A. his
1 the Chief of Engineers by Lieutenant- Against tide-watercanal nosuch schemes
4 THE ACT OF CONGRESS. trustees and allow the interest of tb2 fundto Colonel Q. A. Gillmore, Corps of Engineers, as the Nicaragua or Tehuantepec with
f The act of Congress, in pursuance of be devoted where it will do the most with his report of June 30th 1879, printedas THE STATE FAIR. series of gigantic its
; Appendix 18, Annual Report of the Chiefof lockages, or Captain Eads'
which this
1 act establishing an agricultural good., ?. Engineers Iorl879. The Mirror acknowledges the polite atten- revival of M. Brunlee's long since exploded and _

S t t .rc, S college was passed, seems to be construed PUSHING THE BAR IMPROVE" The plan of improvement comprises the tion of the officers of the State Fair to be quixotic "ship railroad, have the slightest-
li .by the trustees, or, at least, by Trustee construction of two long jetties Composed of held at Jacksonville on February 23d. chance; of commercial success.
: MENTS. \t riprap stone,,resting; on a foundation mat-
7- Tucker as imperatively requiring agricultural -
,M f ., : fund to be devoted to the establish- The applicability of the jetty system to our tress of.logs;nor.:',logs and brush combined, There ought to be a large attendance, and But for argument's sake, assuming that
Atlantic ports cannot be fairly tested by starting, respectively, from the shores on what is of equal importance a large exhibitof any ships coming through the Panama Ca-
,, ment of an agricultural college per se. opposite sides of the entrance and extending Florida nal would "
ii > piece-meal appropriations too inconsiderable i products. The time will be favor- care to lay their course so far
seaward acfbss the bar.
i CONSTRUCTION OF TUB ACT. I able for fruits vegetables and farm products out of their course or that craft
to make permanent and effectual >work. These two jetties are expected to maintaina any sur-
1; % ;,i That this was not the intent of Congress, The three ports of Charleston FernAndina low-water channel not less than from 20 generally. With a little public spirit in the vived escapade "over the hills and
nor the plain intendment of the law. is to 21 feet The draught of water that various counties connected far* and in
and St. Johns river have been reported by deep. by railways and away, were a condition to be
clear from the of that act of Congress be carried the Fernandina bar
; language can over in
.. ; the Engineer Department as susceptible! of its unimproved condition varies from 11 to steamers a very large and varied exhibit can launched after their cruise upon wheels, to
r : improvement by the construction of jetties. 121 feet at mean low tide with exceptional be made. What should be done is not to the north of the De Lesseps canal,what is to

cc r' *v "The to interest the maintenance shall be inviolably of at least apportioned one- These jetties must be built out to deepwater; depths 1 foot greater, and a mean nse and hunt up abnormal and exceptional specimens hinder either using the line of General Gill-

';; lA A college where the leading object shall be, and are exposed during their constructionto fall The of tide cost of of about the 6 project feet. is estimated at but an exhibit of a fair average of the more's barge and steamboat canal, deepenedto

without excluding other scientific and classical the severity of the heavy surf coming in $2,071,023.An yield of our fields, gardens and groves. meet such traffic if deemed advisable t

., S studies and including military tactics from the expanse of the broad Atlantic. aggregate sum of$180,000 has been appropriated Many persons are deterred from sending Ceteris paribus." The northern, or Gill-
to teach such branches of
learning as are related -
;S ; to agriculture and the mechanic arts When raised to their level they are preparedto tlie by Congress for this work since good fair sound specimens with the idea more route, is far the best having alreadya
S in such the of the existing project was adopted. that it is only the monstrosities and curiosi- noble harbor and roadstead with
manner as Legislature resist the force of:the sea, but when par- Operations were commenced in June 1881. an eigh-
States may respectively prescribe, in order to tially constructed they are of course not as The foundation course of the north jetty, ties of vegetable growth that attract atten- teen-foot bar at one end, on the Atlantic,

"' ,; of promote the industrial the liberal classes and in practical the several education pur- well prepared to resist the various influencesof which has its shore end on Cumberland tion. Now, we all know that an orange and a site designated at St. Marks, far more

suits and professions of life." storms tidal currents, etc. feet Island from has shore at present; and 1,366 reached feet a of point this lengthis 7,372 weighing a pound or upwards is far inferiorin easily and capable of improvement than any

:f .':: ITS TRUE MEANING. It is shown by experience at St.Johns and overlaid witha-second course of log Ipat- quality to those weighing eight or ten other to the south of it, on the Gulf while,

"f, i It will be seen that the provision made is Charleston that not to go forward is to go tresses and-riprap stone. ounces, and that they are produced not as by the present jetties, a depth of from 24 to

: solely that the interest shall be "apportioned backward, and the engineer in charge urges The foun3atipncourse? of the south jetty, varieties, but on young trees just cominginto 26 feet is confidently looked for at the St.
starts from Amelia Island has reacheda
.. ly(: to the maintenance of at least one college, active and continuous work on the Fernan- length of about 1,970 feet. bearing, and having but a few on the Marys bar and Fernandina on the Atlantic.

}; where the leading object shall be, without dina bar at the entrance of Cumberland The condition of.the work at the present tree. That as the tree increases in produc- Does it not, therefore, appear the most desirable -

k,, f excluding other scientific and classical studies Sound to prevent the inevitable injury aris- time is substantially the same as it was described tions the fruit will be smaller and better- that the canal and route selected as

; f ; and including military tactics, to teach ing from the suspension or dilatory progressof Gillmore to for be the in the fiscal annual year report ending of June Colonel 30, so with so-called mammoth radishes, pota- the best and most practicable by such an emi- r

i such branches learning as are related to the work.Whatever. 1882. No notable changes in the general toes, etc.'Vhat. nent and perfectly independent engineer as

agriculture," etc. may be said of the miscellaneousand condition of the two jetties had then oc is most desirable to be known is General Gillmore (to say nothing of his pre-

It was evidently had in view that in some probably unnecessary appropriationsfor curred. It was stated that in Cumberland what can be profitably raised, and how far decessors who indicated them), and the cost

.,,'+ : t ,of the States it might be deemed best that creeks and interior rivers, there can be channel the strength, which of is the crossed currents by the seem north to jetty have, the different sections are adapted to special of which would be as ten millions to fifty.Is .

l ir h : the interest should be "apportioned to one '_no question of the importance of our At- somewhat increased, and that both above agricultural products. the canal and route most deserving

11.I. 1 or more colleges then existing provided lantic ports, or of their legitimate claim to and below the line of crossing there is now aid_ and encouragement State or local ?
deeper water to be found than formerly.The .
y : that in such colleges the purpose of the receive the aid of the General Government.No work had not settled, however, and was THE LEGISLATURE. I am glad to hear from many sources of

? I grant was adhered to in teaching such person or party in Congress objects to well covered with sand in said channel ; but The past week has been devoted to rou- the cordial appropriation this project has

.' branches of learning as are 'related to agriculture I the improvement of valuable harbors on the it was remarked that it would be necessary tine work and bills of no great importance.A already met with from the mass of our citizens

and the mechanic arts," etc. coast line, and the work having been under- I to raise the work higher. long string of adopted children have been and cannot doubt of its commendingitself
In the very shallow water where the
i STATE OF AFFAIRS IN 1870. taken should be carried forward with vigorto present estuary end of the north jetty is embalmed in our legislative records. The equally to the wisdom and fosteringcare

_. S At the time ((1870)) when the act establishing success. located strong currents cross it at all the bill for appointment of a Commissioner of of our enlightened and popular Legis-

p1 an agricultural college was passed, the The ship and barge canal projects are both numerous low places augmenting in forceas Agriculture and requiring an inspection of lature. Yours, etc.,
the tide rises., These currents
,'f r I ---- 'two seminaries established by law in our based upon the certainty of the improve- alongside the jetty, but more producescour especially fertilizers, has passed the Senate ; also a bill A. C.

r:, State had attained no prominence and ment of the entrance to the St. Marys river. beyond its present eastern end. For to remove the Capitol to Gainesville, the

:, i;; A were in fact, limited local schools. The chartering of the European Steamship this reason Colonel Gillmore states that- particulars of which we are not acquaintedwith THE FLORIDA CANAL.

; : t It is also to be noted that the requirement Company for a line of steamships from this "If operations have to be suspended fora but learn.that it is not likely to pass The sudden enthusiasm which has seized
considerable length of time or cannot be I the general public in connection with the
of had the lower house.
? I establishing agricultural colleges port to Europe also shows the confidence
carried on upon a sufficiently large scale, it above project, and which evidences itself in
:; ( then been tried to any extent in any of the entertained of our port being made a deep- may be expected that this process of scour- The ship canal bill.has been further post- all sorts and manners of lucubrationsletters -

:;, I ,: States, and our Legislature had not the ben water harbor, with equal facilities as those ing and deepening will be inconveniently poned on account of a letter received from to, and leaders in the press, both North

< '= efit of the experience of other States to given by the aid of the Government to other developed to such a degree, probably, as to i Simon Cameron saying that the use of his and South, must be gratifying to the stead-
t add to the fast few who have for both in
considerably cost the some
very years
i' ." them in the of the fund. name was unauthorized. A telegram from
,i i guide disposition harbors north of us. work." this country and in Europe persistently ad- ,
f d. .\ WHAT HAS BEEN DONE. The report also says that these shoal- Senator Don Cameron says the party who vocated the inception of this truly great and

>, For reasons not now necessary to be gone TAX ADVERTISEMENTS. water currents prevent the accumulation of authorized the use of his father's name prob- national work ; and though the time may
; drift sand upon the mattresses, and there- ably failed to apprise him of the fact. This have hardly come for the remarks I pur-
''r into there to establish the If
;f' was a disposition as some seem to think, the man or
fore expose the logs to the attacks of the te pose making, still, as one of those earnest
; vfr ti -1; college, and Eau Gallic in the sparsely inhabited woman who is unable to pay our high rate redo, for which reason riprap stone shouldbe telegram of Don Cameron is called a confu- advocates, and possessing some special information -
r :,j Atlantic coast region of Brevard of taxes at the day fixed by law belongs to liberally distributed on the foundation tation of the report that Simon had written in connection with the subject, I _

', "i i ll, county, was selected. Beyond the erection deserves the criminal to be class punished of the by community fines and and for- apron to protect it, and to bring the crest of that the use of his name was unauthorized.We would gladly see some of the fogs and sin-
the work to a greater height. ular misconceptions, raised during the pres-
:; of an insignificant building in the wilderness feitures, then we say as in all other cases the Subsequent examinations have shown think it will strike the average mind ent animated discussion, disposed of and

t. nothing has ever been done, the location fines should go to the State not to private that the logs where exposed, or not suffi- the other way, unless the gentleman referred dissi pated fore ver.

+' ]t' being confessedly improper and authorized individuals others., whether the owners of newspapers ciently covered with stone, are seriously to was betterauthority than Simon And first, as to the nature of the proposed
or suffering from the here indicated. canal Under conceivable circumstances
;j to be changed in 1877 by act of the We have not read Senator Pope's bill, but himself on that subject.A : no
and to
I the
t' Operations'Which were suspended in Sep- now ( use word advisedly reverted -
.:; Legislature. we should like very much to know that tember, 1882, from lack of funds, were resumed bill has passed the lower House of the to), is any other than a barge canal required -
: HOW THEN STANDS THE CASE NOW? either that cr some other to become a law during the following October, an appropriation State Legislature for the relief of the bonded or desirable. The enormous productsof
The experiment of separate and distinct the present session will make it impossiblefor of$50,000 having been made for counties which allows the bonds or coupons the Mississippi Valley, of the twentytwoStates
.'r any newspaper to charge more, or at a this improvement by the act passed August and Territories interested in this ca-
: 1t agricultural colleges in other States has higher rate, for a column, or half or quarterof 2, 1882. Under the contract made for this issued by counties in aid of the system of nal, can in no way be so cheaply borne to
.,.;' proved a failure. In most of the States the a column of official advertisements, purpose the whole amount thus made avail- railways authorized by the State in 1854, to the Atlantic seaboard as by the tug and
i interest of the fund has been given to existing whether tax sale or any other,than it chargesits able is expected to be exhausted on or about be used in purchase of any State lands. The barge system. Those familiar with that sys-
regular customers for the same space. and work will tem Hudson river of its
r February 28,1883, probably on are aware capabilities -
.fl State institutions, with the provisionthat That is the rule rigidly applied' in the case be suspended soon after that date. ,i vote stood 48 ayes to 20 nays. while the writer has watched with
,1 the branches provided for in the act of of advertising done for the general govern- The question whether there is any neces- i A resolution was adopted in reference to amazement what one tug with her tows can
'I't: Congress should be taught. This is the case ment, and it is a good one, and would pro- sity for an immediate appropriation for the the position of the Pensacola & Atlantic accomplish on the Mississippi river. In a

.5 :4 t in Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, etc. Why like tect the that public above from mentioned-Tallahassee outrages and scandals protection of the works already constructedfrom Railroad land grant, reciting that the same test transaction, that of the transportationof
deterioration by the action of waves, coal from Pittsburgh to New Orleans, the
r N j.!;' cannot the same course be followed in Flor- Economist.The may be answered in the affirmative, especi- was made in contemplation of the paymentby astounding economy of water carriage as

ida? general principle enunciated by the ally if it is not contemplated to provide for said railroad company of one-half of the against rail was demonstrated. Quotingthe
": THE SEMINARY ACT. Economist is correct. Whatever an appropriation for the next fiscal year. A Internal Improvement Fund debt, and acommittee concluding words of the report of the
Y r. ,;)I The act of the Legislature January undoubtedly long suspension of operations will be accompanied committee, before which this fact was
approved to
"; penalty is attached to, delinquency shouldgo by increasing deterioration of was appointed report on same. brought, I find: The cost by rail even if
.;. :' .i! seminaries of learning shall be established, this reason we are opposed to the 25 which is not yet covered and protected bya been introduced, but their titles are rather would have been $268,000; whereas, by
::i' one upon the east and the other upon the I percent sufficient thickness of riprap stone, while indefinite as to their proposed routes. water, the actual cost was-and that givinga
bonus to at tax sales. Leta
4' purchasers the incessant action of waves and currents fair amount of profit, both to the coal
.lr.. ,:; west side of the Suwanee river,the first purpose percentage be charged for delinquency to prevents the accumulation of sand on top owners and barge men, $13,4401 r Say-

.,; \ ,1:+' of which shall be the instruction I of go into the common fund, and if finally sold and alongside of the log apron.: There is, HON. SIMON CAMERON{ has sent the follow- Cost by rail.............................$268,000
,, ;Y:" 'I, persons, both male and female, in the art of to individuals only a legal rate of interest therefore danger that a large portion of the ing to Senator Baker of this district : Cost by water........................... 13,440
L: stone-already deposited will gradually be
all the various branches that
,'i: teaching pertain when redeemed. deprived of its support and be sunk and lost "HARRISBURG, January 25, 1883. Gain by water..........................$254,560
; to a good common school education ; in the drifting sands upon which the foun- "MY: DEAR SIR: I have received your let
";1 and next, to give instruction in the mechanic CONGRESS. dation rests.Moreover. ter of 17th instant, directed to my son, in In other words, a saving of a quarter of a

:4 arts, in husbandry and agricultural chemistry, Both houses of Congress have been ham the funds thus far provided which you inquire whether I have any million of dollars on one transaction effect-
: ed by a cheap tug and attendant barges.
i were practically sufficient only to make a knowledge of or connection with the proposed -
; : I in the fundamental laws and in what regards mering away at the tariff. There seems to beginning of the work. Even if it should enterprise for making the Florida Ship Now, the opening of this proposed inter-
: ,t, the rights and duties of citizens." be no expectation of any substantial reduc- remain intact during a forced interval of inaction Canal. nal navigation, the junction of the Mississippi -

; :' Now here we have the same teaching provided tion of duties on manufacturers of cotton, from want of appropriations, no ben- "I am entirely ignorant of it. Nobody and the Atlantic, as it has been happily -
efit to and navigation will be derived has been authorized connect called, will place upwards of 30,000
commerce my name
for that iron. The in
in oft wool
contained the act
.S as or Republican majority
miles of river and already -
navigable water-ways
t+ from the outlay thus far made, since With it. Respectfully, ,
-il Z Congress and in the second section of the Congress vote solidly against reduction, and the effects of the work in its present rudi [Signed] "SIMON CAMERON." teeming with commerce in connec-
i 5 agricultural college act. in some instances for raising the rate of duty mentary condition are inappreciable.It Hon. H. C. Baker. tion with the Atlantic coast. On these wa-
is that immediate ters, let the products of the great West and
e WHAT SHOULD BE DONE. proposed by the tariff commission.The thought an approprition
of $100,000 could be South be borne to ocean-going ships and
[ I Why then have two institutions for the House Committee Commerce As indication of the increased demandfor
t on are expended during the remaining part of the an steamers lying at an ,Atlantic port the terminus -
', I same purpose? Why not make use of the preparing a River and Harbor Bill, which, present fiscal year for the purpose named in Southern homes it may be stated that of this magnificent system. These
: 4 t i existing organization of the State semina- it is supposed, will be confined to continu- the resolution df the Senate.In last year 838,167 acres of government lands tugs and barges could most easily and eco-

+"; ',, ,. ries, and supplement their seminary fund ing the more important works now in pro- this improvement regard to further Colonel appropriations Gillmore says for, were sold in the Southern States for the ships nomically or steamers discharge at the their Atlantic contents terminus into the,

with the interest of this agricultural fund gress. in his last annual report to the Chief of En- sum of$1,200,000. Louisiana made the larg- and from them receive the inward bound

and build up a strong, vigorous and valua- The eulogy business generally takes up gineers: est sales-370,000 acres more than was sold freight and by so doing wholly obviate the

-Iif. ': ble State school? The only answer is, that several days of each session. It would seem It may be said, however, that the work in the new State of Minnesota, where gov- necessity of the costly; transit of any class of
of the entrance to Cumberland shipping further west!, and per consequents,
5. -,;S ; the existing law of 1870 establishes an?agricultural that this was a waste of time, and that the Sound improving having been now fairly begun, it ernment lands are much more abundant. the construction of the enormously more

& 1 college. Then let the Legislature press and the constituencies of the deceased seems desirable that it should be pushed These facts are significant. American and costly Canal."

C S. t! promptly repeal so much of that law as statesmen would give ample recognition to forward with vigor. With large appropriations foreign immigrants are beginning to discover The report of the Associated Chambers of

I looks to a separate agricultural college, their virtues and their fame, the knowledgeof which imply favorable contracts with the great advantages of the sunny Commerce of the United Kingdom, to whichare
j responsible and sufficient partiesthe groundto also affiliated those of France and Ger-
,' and provide for the use of the interest which is generally confined to a limitedarea. South over the frozen North.-Savannah
be eventually occupied by the jetties can many, lies before me and from it I quote
S f in aid of existing seminaries. It cannot be covered more rapidly, avoiding thereby News. this passage in reference to the above. After

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pointing out and calling for the removal of SENATOR JONES' EULOGY OF BEN Post-Office Notice. FALL 1882. | J\ & T. KYDDI I FALL 1882. -
all obstructions to commerce with the Mis- HILL. Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M:to 7:00 p. M. E t
Valey, it says "Amongst the last i
to 1:00: ,
Sunday hours, 12:00 M. p. M.
be mentioned
the following may prominently EXTR. cr' FROM HIS SPEECH IN THE UNITED [
as examples: The difficulties and STATES"SEN ATE. Money Orders and Registered Letters from 'd

"expense attending the transportation of Men of detail and method and labor 9:00 A. M. to 1:00P.M.; and from 2:00p. M. J & T. KYDD
in bond to the interior of the
"merchandise can be found anywhere and at all times, but to 4:00: P. M.AERIVAL. ,
States and the excessive tax anda
charges on shipping at New Orleans.which of even at a time when those everything grand qualities is in a state of AND DEP.RTURE"oJ'- THE..' MAILS. O Have and are weekly receiving their immense Fall Stock of O

"almost amounts to a prohibition of the mind improvement which immortalized Fox Pitt, Can- Northern Mail (Daily except'Sunday}- tp

"use of that port for general commerce," ning Grattan, Webster, Clay and Calhounare Arrives................10:40 A. M. and 5:50 p. M. p w
all of which, and other objections, are obviated as, rare and far more important than they Closes..................- 7:30 A. M.and 11:00 A.M. OSCO 'SILKS BROCADES $ DRESS GOODS
and O
discharging receiving
by cargoes ,
Railroad ,
ever were. It was Mr. Hill's great ability as Transit& Peninsular :
terminus. Let also and
the Atlantic me _
et before leaving New Orleans,as it were,point an argumentative speaker and writer which Arrives...................................... 5:00 p. M\ H O
singular error into which many writers gave him his fame. Closes......................................... 7:30 A. M. FANCY GOODS HOSIERY NOTIONS ;i 0
out a
He was often called a great orator, but he ,
, "
have fallen in to the deep South and West Florida-
to respect Jacksonville
seem was more than an orator in the popular I
ening of the mouth oft the Mississippi hav- I sense. He always addressed himself to the Arrives..............10:40 A. M. and 5:50: p. M. 00
.*ing done a away with the necessity for the 'minds of his hearers. I never knew a Closes...................11:00 A. M. and 5:00 A. M. -
Florida canal. A moment's reflection will speaker of the same reputation who drew Arrives Sunday...... 11:00 A. M\ : HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, -
correct it. Grant that the eminent engineer less upon his imagination than Senator Hill. Closes Sunday....... 4:00: p. M. ,
300 feet instead of 30 the
could guarantee In his anxiety to fasten conviction on
over St. Mary's and Trader's Hill Ma -
the mouth of the Mis-
minimum of water at thEmind he would often labor for the ac- Trunks Valises Blankets and Comfortables. : '
sissippi River; that fact would still leave, and precision of the mathematician, Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. ,
DOW and always, the navigation of the Ba- curacy While his vocabulary was always strong Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00'A. M. &

hamas and reefs of Florida, wholly unaffected -' and simple, in my judgment it often fell St. Mary's, Ga., only-

which is the real crux of the propositionthe short of the vigor and depth of his thoughts.Like Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A.M.
mali the terrible and irremediable
font et origo block: the all truly great men, he attached more Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
stumbling to commerceof to his ideas than to his lan- t
consequence Wedn'sdaysandSatdaysat9:00A.M. r,
the Gulf and the Mississippi Valley. And guage. He was in no sense a wordy but Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, x
lastly, and for the same reason, even if practicable His views of iuA
always a thoughtful speaker. Fridays and Saturdays at2:30 p. M. Hb
the same cost it would be both inconvenient E-I full and stock at
at the Constitution were broad and liberal. In SAML. T. RI DELL. P. M. complete VERY LOW FIGURES.
and undesirable to bring a single his expositions of our great organic law he
from the Atlantic into the t
ship or steamer maxims of
did not run into the extreme unlimited -
Gulf of Mexico for home or foreign trade ; power on the one hand, nor seek to
therefore a barge canal will fully and most : _
bounds the
abridge by too narrow authorityof
effectually meet all the requirements of the Union on the other. While he always CLOTHINGI-CLOTHING! b
From notes of the displacementmade #
commerce. i admitted that the Constitution of the Union .
by large cargoes at New Orleans, I I was created by the people of the United ldiOT4L
find that a steamer carrying one of the larg- States, he ever contended that this was ac- A large and handsome stock of latest styles,
est loads of cotton, 5,000 bales, displaced complished through separate State agenciesthe o r
only 6 feet of water, and I perceive General people of each State acting for themselves -
Gillmore considers 10 feet in depth advocates amplefor ofa I in the matter of ratification, inde- 00o From LOW-PRICED to FINE Goods. P'FALL
a barge: canal, whereas the pendent of the people of every other State. o
ship canal recommend a depth of from 21 But this view did not affect in the least I
to 24 feet, thereby trebling the cost. The his opinion of the supremacy of the Federal O -

only conceivable use for a ship Inter-Ocean canal, wouldbe canal Constitution. He always contended that > $&" Orders by mail receive prompt attention, and carefully filled by B .
account of the great
on the power granted by the people of the
located in the extreme northof
having been several States, acting as organized political M
Central America; but we are aware that factions, to the general Government, were as i*
the route selected and adapted by M. de irrevocable as binding upon the people OT. dbr.: IK.Y3D: :ID ,

Lesseps is south of Panama, and that the emanated
and the States as though they
other possible routes are still further would south avoid, from the people of the Union without regardto rta New York Office 83 Walker Street \ FEKNAXDI5A) FLORIDA. 9
in using any of which, ships State organizations. The great argument A c ,
the Gulf Reefs of Florida and Bahamas as which he drew from the mode of ratification
-- ---- -----
much as possible by laying their course eastor that the States and the Government of '
northeast through the Windward Islands.In the was Union were parts of one system ; that 1882. | J. & X. 17YTT I FALL 18S2.F. .
conclusion, it is not to be imagined there could be no question of divided allegi- .

that any person seriously in earnest will ance between them ; that the Union could ''KIJ4G:
attempt to run any line of canal through not exist without the States, although the W. MUMBY. J. N. C. STOCKTON. R. D. KNIGHT. !
Florida until the result of the present admirable
States did exist before the Union. He always
suryey by the government under advocated a free and liberal exercise of the MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT.
the guidance of General Gillmore, is made powers granted this Government, but his I. _
public, or that in that event they will finda nature was hostile to everything that had IMPORTERS.

more perfectly than simple that indicated and eminently the practicable Sen-- the appearance of usurpation. He was one POWDER The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States.
one by
of the few men in public life who combined
ate in their instructions to that eminent en high abilities as a political leader with pre- CROCKERY CHINA AND GLASSWARE.Lamps .
i gineer-viz: the best water line for trans- eminent legal talents. Lord Chatham at ,
nortation from the mouth of St. :Mary's one time deprecated the presence of the Absolutely Pure. Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods,Wood and
I River on the Atlantic coast, through the mere lawyer in Parliament,and he :said that WillowWare, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc.

Okefinokee swamp, and the State of Florida you might shake the Constitution of the POWDER never varies. A marvel .Pi"" SOLE STATE AGENTS FOR THE MONITOR OIL STOVES. S3 .
I to the Gulf of Mexico. A. C. the would sit THIS and wholesomeness.More .
. and.. to..its. centre and lawyer purity strength Dinner Sets, $15 to $75; Tea Sets, $4 to $35; Chamber Sets, $3 25 to $25; Parlor Lamps, i
THE OCCUPATION LICENSE. tranquil in ins cabinet, butlusttouch a cobweb : economical than the ordinary kinds, $125 to $15; Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $150 to $8. Table Cutlery, Plated
1 the of Westminster Hall and be sold in with the
in corner and cannot competition
, Ware, Tea Trays, Coffee Urns, Pots,etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels, "
Prescott tells us that the Peruvians and the exasperated spider would crawl out in multitude of low test,short weight, alum or Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT, .
Mexicans\ "could follow no craft, engage in its defence. phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. 48 No. 13 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
j nb labor, no amusement, but such as was But this was not the case with Senator ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
specially provided by law. They could not Hill. He did not sacrifice the Constitutionto ,38 lOG Wall Street, New York.
change their residence or their dress withouta the profession. He brought to the one f l
license from the government. The Leg- all the support of an enlightened statesmanand .
islature of Florida, to some extent, have imitated patriot full of devotion for the whole Real Estate.

the example set by the ancient, bar- country and its institutions, and the other JACKSONVILLE,, FLORIDA
barous,corrupt and degraded governments of he adorned with legal learning and profes- THE' FLORiD "
Eeru and Mexico, by Seclaring that "no sional abilities that will long be remem- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

pbrson shall engage in or manage the business bered by the bar. Like all men of strong Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils,
profession or occupation mentioned in convictions and great prominence, be was FT*OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
this section unless a State license shall have supported by devoted friends, and was not 08f PUMPS, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, SUGAR MILLS, RUBBER AND LEATHER

been procured from the collector of revenue without some enemies. Although he was BELTING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, PLUMBING AND TINSMITHING.HAZARD'S .
." (See McClellan's Digestlage 870.) fondly attached to his high position where
misdemeanor for his talents had full and $& POWDER, BARBED FENCE WIRE. 42-tjanl
It is made a any person to play, tenderly Fernaudina,
Any on or conduct any business or profess bound by the ties of affection to his devoted
on, for which a license is required, with- family, the world does not furnish an ex- Towns on R. R. Line
out first obtaining such license. ample more sublime than that which he has River and Ocean Steamboats.

Is it in accordance with true Democratic left us in all the qualities of moral and physical And Cedar Key.

principles to say to a person that he or she courage, true Christian and manly res-
shall not engage in certain honorable and ignation, patient and uncomplaining sub- MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !
praiseworthy occupations without first obtaining mission to the will of God during the long,
a license, or, in other words, buying tedious months that he awaited in agony
the privilege to do so? and suffering the period of his mortal disso- Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large

i One of the great and cardinal principles lution. All the glory of the Senate and the
number of the most and desirable
of the Democratic party is an ad valorem fame of the hustings fade into insignificance eligible,

system of taxation. Tax every person according before the grand spectacle presentedby Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .
to what he is worth and his ability this Christian man when the time arrived -
to pay." In Florida the principle seems to which tested the weakness of human City or Suburban Residences' < 1.F .....
have been reversed, by relieving the rich or nature. Whether bleeding under operationsof ,- :. .
those who' have the ability to pav," from the surgeon's knife or silently feeling the -' '. \
someof the burdens taxation and placing gradual but sure inroads of the monster t -
them on those who, fro necessity, are com that was preying upon him, he never mur- UPON EASY' TERMS,< f -
pelled to follow certain occupations to earna mured or complained, but accepted the terrible -
livelihood. situation as evidence only of Divine
The license tax for 1882 is 101785.62, (see pleasure and with the firm conviction that Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
report of State Comptroller) ; the liquor license his sufferings would be rewarded by a hap-
is about $60,000; occupation license pier life beyond the grave. parties engaged in manufacturing orindusrial 1? fP =
about $48,000; add to this the county license Who can deny the value and efficiency of
$21,000, which makes a total tax on strong Christian faith with such an example enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
occupations of$72,000. of its power and influence before him?
Persons who engage in honorable pursuits With all the glory and renown of the world erty purchased substantial improvementsfor P
have to pay for the privilege of following fading away before the shadow of eternity, it
residence in which to conduct their
them in the State of Florida in addition to this strong man, accustomed to all the processes or
the taxes on their property, the sum of sev- of reason, under the inspiration of r business. .,
enty-two thousand dollars per annum. These Christian hope, was able to leave an exam- -
licensed individuals are citizens of the State, ple of true heroism more valuable and sub- INDUCEMENTS TO :MANUFACTURERS -
help improve it. and aid in the building of lime than any left by the unbelieving phi- FINE STEAMSHIPS-
churches, school-houses, making roads, etc. losophers of antiquity. by exemption for a term of years from

This occupation tax relieves the nonresident CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TONS.
land-owner and speculator from paying taxation, offered by the several cities and
a portion of the $72,000 that is levied for WE publish from the Times an excellent STATE OF TEXAS, 1,1:>42 TONS.

State and county purposes, and places an biographical notice of the Rev.H.B. McCal- towns. Apply to _, CABONDELET, .. 1,1:>08 TONS.W.ESTERN .
extra burden on the residents.In lum, the late editor of the Union. The press CHAS. W. LEWIS,
Leon TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.NEW .
county there are several large .
generally unite in the expression of sis. .
pro- Fernandina.
plantations owned by men living in other j SSOffice'cor.;Beach &7th -
States, who collect their rents annually and found regret at the demise of a useful, faithful 7_ I .

take every dollar arising therefrom out of and able journalist who has been so long ; THE NEW -JS.1 C2rV14rfcY,vJtfcJCi.>'E%.. I '

the State and contribute nothing towards connected with the leading daily of the I '
improving county any way; ,
there are thousands or acres of unimprovedland State, and sustained with unflinching zeal :a W. F. WOOD, Jr., f' Sc
owned by non-residents that are held and determination the principles of the

for the purpose speculation. The occupation Democratic party as well as all the interestsof ,
> {{ Proprietor, } :mC ,
tax of this county for State purposes is Florida.
$2,050; county,$1,025 ; total $3,075 per an- of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR, NEW YORK
num,or about that. The non-resident own- Masonic. > Cr > ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains: from Jack-
ers are relieved from bearing their portion sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. t
communications of Amelia

and oftax it is levied placed for on State the and actual county citizens purposes.of the Regular. 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883:LodgeNo. :a: This Line, having no Transfers TRANSPORTATION between Fernandina TO SHIPPERS and New OF
York offers the BEST AND QUICKEST
22. July 16.
county who pursue certain occupations.In January .
Florida there are millions of acres of February 19. August 13. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
!land owned: by non-residents who do nothing March 19. September 10. s S The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR
to improve the State, and take every April 16. October 15. ANDFernandina PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
dollar they obtain from their lands out of May 21. November 12. connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
the State, and the Legislature declares that June 18. December 10. S Sr ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
they must be exempt from bearing the burdens December 28. JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
of paying a fair portion of $72,000 levied At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fiaternally :a: RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
for State and county purposes, and invited to attend. ..': PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA' and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
that the actual citizen of the State must bear J. E. WANDELL, W. M, LAKE WEIR. !
an additional burden.If C. H. BERG, Secretary. cs C> I )

a poor crippled man or woman, who is '. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POI TS. .
Nassau Chapter 1'0.23 R. A. M.,holds its ...
trying to make an honest living by pursu- ,
,ing an honorable occupation (i. e. licensed), regular convocations on Wednesday following O }} EIa For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

is unable to pay the tax'he or she is de- each regular communication of Ame- R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, .

clared "guilty of a misdemeanor," and is lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. invitedto : {j Cor. Centre & Third. }} S FERNANDINA FLORIDA., .. 1
liable Transient companions fraternally
to be punished, thereby making, by
law, poverty a disgrace and a crime.-Correspondence attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P. C. H. MALLORY & CO., 'i .
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f ; ; HOUSEHOLD HINTS., few of cochineal' be used 'if I -
: i a drops can ; or I GENERAL DIRECTORY.
... BAKER COUNTY.County I Assessor of Tar -Thomas
\ you object to that, the cream may be colored Barco, Cotton
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': j ri i ; *TWO RECIPES FOB ORANGE WINE-STUFFED POTATOES with the juice of the red raspberry. United States Offi'cers.i Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. t. .
I Collector Revenue
Clerk-F. J. Pons Sanderson. of
) + FOR SUPPER Cream cookies .made of Frederick X. For
are one of ,
I cup Ocala.
) OFFICE: GAINESVILLE. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon Sanderson.
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t Now when are so plenty and so I butter of three
; oranges onecup sugar, tablespoonfuls Superintendent
L Assessor of Taxes-Geol"Ke P. Canova San-
pf Be/tools-H.
Register- A. Barnes Gainesville. C.
cheap, is a good time to experiment with of sweet cream,' half a teaspoonful of cream ; derson. Fort McCoy Martin,
111" them Here are two recipes for orange wine I of tartar, and half a teaspoonful of soda; eiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. Collector .
\' \ -::.one for a small quantity, and one, for a flavor with cinnamon or nutmeg, or, if you Suneyor-Gcneral-Malachi" Martin, Talla- I Sanderson..of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, Mod ROE COUNTY.

it t:: ; ,: large: the recipes differ in a few: particulars: wish to have them very delicate, flavor with hassee. : I I Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb C7 County Judge-Chas.: S. Baron, Key '\W.
1 I :'.Jr; Take the juice of four dozen oranges, and extract of lemon or with rose-water. NDISTBICT COURT. Olustee. -PeterT.jKnightKey est.
t.I ir- ; the fresh peel of the oranges; for this number One good way to utilize bits of cold venisonis Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. i Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West
Assessor Taxb-'Vu1ter
,. I of oranges: use ten pounds of sugar, five to chop them fine, then heat with some of .Marshal,,H:: Durkee, Jacksonville. COUNTY. / C. Maloney, Jr.,
S ') : '; gallons of water and one pint of the best ,the gravy left from dinner, or, if you have Clerk--Philip Walter: Jacksonville. County Judge-J.( R. Richard, Providence. Key West. I

1 1 ,:: : randy' ; heat the water and pour it over the none, with a little water, in which you;put .INTERNAL ]:. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Re1jenue-{ Waiter C. Maloney
Sheriff W. W. Tumblin Key West.Superintenderctof. '
"'" ;; peel ; let this stand for three hours, then a generous lump of butter; season with pep- Collector-: ,
;, 1 ; ) : add the strained juice of the oranges, then per and salt, then fill some patty-pans with Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville.. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Bchools-J. V. Harris,Key

:1 the sugar, and lastly the brandy; bottle it, the venison, and cover the top with crust. COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. 'Vest. .
J-ir., ... and in a few weeks it will be an agreeable Bake until the crust is "done brown.'' John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.:

\ :. beverage. No. 2 calls for one hundred oranges Edward Hopkins, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge Hmton J. Baker, Fernan-
I twenty-three pounds of sugar, ten COWS, GRASS, POOR MEN ETC: John F. House, St. Augustine. of Schools L. B. Rhodes, uina. !I .

j.i .- 'gallons of water. Boil the'sugar in the water Can I keep a cow? Can I raise anythingto Joseph Hirst,' Cedar Key., Starke.. Olerk-J. A. Edwards; Fernandina.
: and clarify the syrup with the whites of BBEVABD COUNTY. Sheriff Peter Cone Fernandina.
eat in my family ? Can grass be grown ?i
t.'I't .' six eggs. Pour the hot liquor upon the par- What can I do to sustain myself while the County Judge-James A. McCrory City Assessor of Taxes Wm. H. Garland, Fer-
t ings of the oranges, add the juice of the oranges orange trees are growing? Is it a goodStatefor State Officers. Point. nandina.
and six ounces of yeast. Let it ferment EXECUTIVE Olerk-A. A. Stewart Collector of Revenue-Warren
I'0 a poor man ? All these questions are DEPARTMENT Titusville. F. Scott Fer-
Iw .' for four days, then strain it in a barrel. readily and affirmatively answered, if one Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- nandina. ,
I:f.; ia' ", In three weeks add four quarts of brandy, locates in the hammock or on first-class Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel gianna. Superintendent of SchJOls-W.A. Mahoney

"VI ,:.' s, 'and in three months the wine will,be ready pine land. I submit the following formulafor Key West.Secretary .- '. Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Callahan. '

r; 'J' i for use. I cannot speak from my own ex- keeping a cow on high'pine land: Cleanan of State-JohnL., Crawford, Tal lando, Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE COUNTY.
"I <, ..=. enence of the value of the latter recipe, acre of ground 8x20 rods, prepare it thor- lahassee. of Schools-A. Grady, La County Judge-R. L. Summerlin
.'. ,: fi ; itt anid hv authority I have Orlando.
nt an never
,' oughly, mark it in rows four feet apart, fur- Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Olerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando.
i\\ .* ;!' disputed to be an excellent rule to-Collow. the the A. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff( i-
row rows, apply some of approved TVetwurw-rHenry, L'Engle,Tallahassee. W.Shine Fort Reid
/ '1', When invention fails, and you cannot fertilizers at the rate of sixty-five pounds to Attorney-General George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxe.s-Jame M. Owens Fort8a2fordL
', t : : think what to'have for supper, and yet feel each row ; work it well with a rake ; plantsix hassee. Park. Reid, Fla. ,

:: ,: an indescribable longing for something good, rows of guinea grass, four rows to cattail I Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-O. A. Buddington, Green Cove r of Ret'enue-Richard H. Marks,
\' r.: and a little out of the ordinary way, try millet, four rows to early amber grass, Tallahassee. > Springs.
's. some stuffed potatoes; they cannot fail to six-rows to sugar-cane, four rows to Johnson Superintendent of Public .Instruction-E. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schoolt-John T. Beeks
'. ; '. please each member of the family. Choose grass, four rows to beggar-weed, four Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. *

enough medium-sized potatoes for the needs rows to cassava. Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY.
of your household ; see that .the skins are Have all planted by the middle of Febru- BUBEAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison
r and bake cultivate thoroughly. The first of Commissioner A., Robinson Tallahassee. Maxville. Palatka.
smooth and firm ; wash them ary ; Clerk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka.
them. When done cut a slice off from the April-sooner if the season is warm-get as Superintendent of Schools-M. F_ Geiger, Sheriff Thomas Shally.
top, and with a silver spoon take the tender good a native cow as possible, put her in a Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.

,' ( *ftf .' potato out, rub it perfectly smooth with pen, say four rods square with a roof of Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph: Price.
i I' cream and butter; if you have anyone to palmetto to keep the sun off, and commence Building, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Public
f help you, while you are doing this have cutting the feed for her. Keep a few days'rations SUPBEME COURT. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Strickland. Schools-J. W_
cut in advance. of Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
I. assistant beat the whites of two or Every spell dry
; three your to a stiff froth ; salt the potatoes, weather cut and cure for winter. In hot Chief Justice -E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.
then beat eggs in the white of the eggs. Put the weather water twice a day. If a cow of the Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas Assessor of Taxes-L.W. Rivers, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.

potato back in the skin ; rub the slice of potato improved breed can be had, so much the see.Associate Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry
Justice R. B. Van Superintendent Schools C. Calhoun
that you cut oil'with the white of the better. The'cattail millet, the sorghumand Jacksonville. Valkenburgh, of -JuliusPotsdamer. Perry.

"f''': egg, (there will usually be enough left on sugar-cane are very juicy and difficultto Clerk-C. H. Foster Tallahassee. Lake City. Perry.County Superintendent. of Schools-T. j. Franklin,
1. the dish where the eggs were beaten,) and dry, but the guinea grass dries very read- COUNTY.
t' J:' put on like a cover; set the potatoes in a ily. In September between the rows sow CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.

". I lz! baking tin, and put back in the oven for turnips, rutabagas, cabbages, etc., with plenty I First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- sonville. Collector County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
.' \< "; from ten to fifteen minutes. It is not much of fertilizer. In November exchange fora sacola. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Assessor of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry.

"t trouble to do this, and for a lunch OP a home fresh milch cow, if the first one begins to Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .

: I ? supper nothing could be more pleasing. fail in milk. Keep the pen well littered see. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY.

;" with wire-rass, weeds, etc., and you will Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville. County Judge M. R. Cooper, St.
,' 'I\- To make wonderfully appetizing sandwiches have fertilizer enough for the second year. ,, Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, tine. Angus-,
: : j. 'i. proceed in this way : Take equal Another acre to sweet potatoes will make -" ,Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros. St.
,'*' quantities of the breast of a cold boiled your pork. Poultry of all kinds can be easily ville.Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine.Augustine
)0' chicken and of cold boiled tongue. Chop raised. Poor men are obliged to work ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L.
Dunham. St_
,, t'I:'i. them very fine, so fine in fact that you canj' everywhere-they are obliged to work in Sixth Circuit- TL. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.
I' not distinguish the separate particles. Add Florida.I Seventh Circuit Collector
W. Archer Cocke Sanford of
: t.:, a good large half-teaspoonful of celery salt, find the expense of keeping a cow on County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. St. Augustine.Superintendent Rez.'enue-Joseph. F. Llambias,

.. wil r a pinch of cayenne pepper, and four table- Northern hay and bran and sweet potatoesat Clffrk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. of Schools-C.
':. spoonfuls of dressing. The Court Calendar. Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. F. Peipall,
mayonnaise 50 cents per bushel, but little, if any, St. Augustine.
," quantity of condiments will be enough to more than buying condensed milk. A patchof FIRST CIRCUIT. Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. SUMTER
;: ",\11 season the breast of one large chicken and Northern rye sown in October will grow Fall Term- Collector of Revenue -W. H. H. McLeod, COUNTY.

;,'t f y an equal quantity of tongue. When this is all winter, give grazing and afford fine picking Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. I Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-Henry Cassidy, Leesburg,

.1 ,I,. perfectly cold spread some thin slices off for the poultry. The native Floridacow Walton, 4th Monday in October. i. A ______ of Schools-Joshua. H. Rob- Clerk-Thomas-- J. Ivey. Leesbunr.sheriff .......
; bread with butter and then with this mix- errs:: Allcrum. J. S. Dyches, Leesburg:
:'t when well fed and taken care of, is a Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Assessor
.. t f;t .t ture. Do not prepare them till you are better breed than the Northern native stock. in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Taxes-G. P. Wall, Webster.

.., about ready to serve them. If you wish to'I'J Onehalfthe hay will keep a cow in the Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- of Ret'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton,
take sandwiches for a lunch when traveling, mild winters of Florida that it takes to win- in October. ville.

be careful not to make the dressing quite so ter a cow North, and they respond to gen- Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Sumterville.Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
t moist as you would if they are to be eaten erous keeping here as well as elsewhere.H. .- October. Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. ,
:: at home. The better way. if you do not ob'W A. F., in Florida Union. Escainbia, 1st Monday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon,Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
ject to the trouble, is to put the salad filling ----- This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- ville. County Judge 11. M. Blackburn, Live

-:. f. in a small glass jar, and spread the sandwiches IRISH POTATOES.Our ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of RevCflue-F. M. Townsend Oak.
as you need them. Spring Term. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
Florida be Brooksville.
potato-growers gladof
:' : .. made after this may THIRD Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
Lady-fingers the information appended. In a recent CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher,
: very nice for tea ; they should be eaten while report made to the Lancaster (Ohio) Agri- Spring Term- Fort Dade. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wel-

; fresh : Rub half a pound of butter into a cultural Society, the result of various fertilizers Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOBOUGH COUNTY. born.
I..'," pound of flour ; to this add half a pound of applied to a potato crop were given. April.Madison. Live Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,
sugar, the juice and grated rind of one large White Elephant potatoes were planted April 2d Monday in April. County Clerk Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Oak.
: to, lemon, and, lastly, three eggs the whites 21, in three rows, each 40 feet long. Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones
.' and yolks beaten separately, and the whites On row No. 1, equal parts of nitrate of Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Assessor Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Oak.
: stirred in after all the other ingredients are soda, dissolved bone, South Carolina rock in April. of Taxes-S.E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.

; L well mixed together. This dough, if properly and sulphate of potash were applied.On Columbia; 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-W. F. Buns, Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter-
H' a. made, will be stiff enough to make rolls row No. 2, the fertilizers used were in April.* Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson prise.

k ''. '," : about the size of a lady's finger; it will two parts of sulphate of potash, one part Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th' Monday Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
t G,' spread when in the oven so that it will be dissolved bone and one part acid rock. in April. JEFFEBSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
t. ; of the right size and shape. If you wish Fertilizers used in row No.3,a good dressing Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-
them to be especially inviting, dip them in of rich, well-rotted stable manure. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.
", r.,: y chocolate icing after"they are baked. Take The application of the special fertilizerswas October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De-
"I: pains to see that the icing is so hard that it liberal-one-half ton to the acre; cost Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land.

.. ., will not run, and set the cakes on a platter on row No. 1, $25 per acre ; on row No. 2, Hamilton; 4th Monday in October. Monticello. I Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,
..' : in a cool room until the icing is firm. $15 per acre ; stable manure, no fixed valu- Suwannee, 1st Monday after' 4th :Monday County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise. _
: ation. The yield of No. 1 was 400 bushels in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.

,'" I" seated I saw chair an old-fashipned, covered in serviceable, high backed fashion, cane-, per acre; the yield of No. 2 was 320 bushels Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th MondayinOctober. ticello.Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon- County Judge Vf. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

)' the other A sort of made per acre ; the yield of No. 3 was 280 bushels Sheriff H. Walker, Crawfordville.
day. bag was 6th after 4th Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker
Lafayette Crawfordville.
per acre.-Flon.da Dispatch. Tuesday Monday ,
which fitted the chair. It
exactly over
r'; was
in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
I securely fastened at the bottom, the edges
; 4, !. turned in and sewed over and BEES REQUIRE BUT LITTLE OXYGEN.-A FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville.
being over.
.: ,t The covering was of Canton flannel of old- correspondent of the Country Gentleman re- Spring Term County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw-

( # gold color, and inserted in it were two marks as follows on the amount of oxygen St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. fordville.
't stripes of cretonne. The cretonne had a required by bees: "The idea that a compar- Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.Collector of RevenueW. H. Walker,Craw- .

i, black ground-work, with gay birds and atively small supply of oxygen for the Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New

flowers on it. For anything so simple and healthy existence of the bees, is one which Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy.rr .. .. '" ___.__ T..r"'T TL _' ,. fordville.Assessor of Taxes-G. R. Reynolds, Craw-
... so easily made this chair covering was very will help to explain some problems in api- Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. vvuiocy lrcusucr-J. IVL. .lo'j. reSLCOCK, Sb CW
.' .. effective, redeeming as it did an old and culture. It is not in a quiescent state only Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy.
II much-used chair from positive ugliness. that they require less pure air than the Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.
t : larger animals. Left to their natural instincts St. ,John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. ---- -- --
A reliable and satisfactory recipe for mayonnaise they seal up every crevice about their 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley New Troy. j>r'. P. STREETY,

.. 0 sauce, or salad dressing, is here hives except the entrance. A moment's reflection Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second
given : Rub the yolks of two raw eggs to a must convince any one that with Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Street, opposite the Post-Office,
County Wm.
k; smooth paste with half a teaspoonful of only one small external'orifice, and with Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff Judge A. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
table salt, half a saltspoon) of cayenne pepper every space between the combs filled with Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A.Moseley, Tallahassee.
: .. J,f a saltspoonful of dry mustard, and aII the living, working, breathing insects, the Bryan, Tallahassee.
., teaspoonful of oil, or a teaspoonful and a queen and her progeny must be doing their CIRCUIT. Tallahassee.Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel,
-II 1 I half of melted butter. To this, when read I work in an atmosphere which would be Spring Term- .1- ;
to serve the salad on which it is to be used, i speedy death to any quadruped. The Sumter, 3d :Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee. ;
,. add vinegar and a little more oil, or in place sealed up in their cells in this same slightly Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- :i : ;
1 vinegar use strained lemon juice; for or- ventilated hive, afford another example of Putnam, 3dJTuesday after 4th :Monday in

'"'\ Ii L i i: .. dinary purposes good vinegar is just as'satis- how the growth and changein insect life may March. I Assessor. of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. '.' .

: ', ;sl I factory, and is, of course, much more econ- go on with a very slight supply of oxygen. March.Levy, 4th Tuesday.. after 4th Monday, in LEVY COUNTY. ;
: .
.1' ,.r' When doctors disagree"-and as the FINE SOUTHERN WOODS.Undoubtedly the Alachua, \Iondayafter4th Monday in 'County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson;
'' South is the direction in which the furni- March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.
; : ,. opinions of no two nurses agree as to whether
: : '."f : it is safe or not to quiet the baby's colic with ture manufacturers of this country must Fall Term- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.I
., : 4 .'ir peppermint or with the mild and fragrant eventually look for their supply of fine Sumterlst :Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
woods. Already we hear of heavy purchasers Marion, Monday in October. Collector of Rerenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
l 't anise-it is cheering to be told that a little ...
.. Putnam 3d Tuesday in Nove"mber.Levy Key. ,.
of Southern timber lands made by Northern
with -
:J; warm water, nothing in it, will do the
;, I work as effectively and with no danger of capitalists for the sake of their furniture 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-
: # woods. Considering the bounteous supplyof Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. _
injury to the stomach of the smallest child.
t. ,I' such woods which the South it ,
,' small bag containing some hops will, i ip if possesses, MADISON COUNTY.
is only reasonable to anticipate a great development SEVENTH CIRCUIT. TIN AND SHEET-I1 ON WARE
2 heated and applied to the stomach, give re County Judge-R. 31. Witherspoon, Madi
: 'i :: lief. Do not wet the hops, for the dry heat of her wood-working industries. Spring Term- son. ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
: is just as efficacious and much less incon It may be profitable to sell these valuable Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS ETC.
V woods as raw material for Northern Volusia, 3d in ,
iJ, venient. shops, Monday February.
Clerk-John M. :Madison
:f.;, but it will be still more so to work them up Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Beggs, A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea J
If the arnica with which biuised limbs are Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, call,and with those of
at home. We have said this before, and Dade, 3d Monday in April. compare my prices
bathed is heated, its good effects are percept- Madison. other houses, here elsewhere.
I shall probably say it again since "upon the Fall Term- or
ible much earlier than if it is applied while County Treasurer-8.8. Smith, Madison. ;
-, realization of this fact and the actionin Orange 2d in
Monday August.
cold. If arnica is to be Collector Revenue-M. H.
.11. : taken of Mad-
as a remedy, Warring,
correspondence with it depends in a large Volusia, Monday\ in September. G. F. AVERT,
I. as so many physicians recommend in cases measure the future prosperity of that sectionof Brevard, 4th Monday in September.Dade ison.Assessor ;
'f'. of severe pains, it should be prepared with the country.-Lumber World. 2d Monday in November. of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad- '
,' water in this proportion-a teaspoonful of ison. ft'

,.t( arnica in a goblet two-thirds full of water, VALUABLE GLUE.-Take of shellac three MANATEE COUNTY.
I and of this a teaspoonful is to be taken once County Officers. IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
t. 'e: an horror once in two hours the Birts ; India rubber one part, by weight. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. L i
,as severity free XLACHUA:
,: each separately in ether from : COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.
F; ; of the case determines. alcohol. It is best to do this in stopped County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. CARRIAGES AND WAGONSTo
n' ., Delicious peach ice-cream is made by rubbing bottles and without heating, as the ether ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown and from Steamers and Trains.

j"J t ri-;, : I through a sieve one dozen whole readily evaporates. When solution is com- Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING ETC.
'f" ': .,'. canned peaches, or what is equal to that plete, mix the two, and keep well stopperedfor Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville Popash. I
\ ,: number,and six ounces of white sugar; and use. This glue resists the action of water Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, FOR SALE: '
0,< t.. one pint and a-half of sweet cream should both hot and cold, and most of the acids Hawthorne. Pine Level. HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS, *
',, '1 then ]be mixed with the pulp. After and alkalies. If the be thinned
) : : ; ; a glue by the Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. CARTS AND WAGONS.
'\} thorough beating freeze it as do admixture of ether and
you common applied as a varnish ville. "TERMS
; County Judge Samuel F. Marshall .
< ice-cream. If you wish to make the fancy to leather along the seams where it is sewed' Ocala. '
Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats (J/erk-
Robert Bullock, Ocala. Office and Stable First Street, near
complete and have the cream a peach color together, it renders joints watertight. -
: J 1.r:: ,, Gainesville. Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf! _

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NEW YORK. came about in this way. A critic pointedout Professional and Business Cards I TIME CARD ':! .c
OF THE : ,
that. Miss Anderson played her love Satisfies the most lisUdtoai u n jxrfect Hair Restorer and s. AVERY- '.
BENJAMIN'S :NOMINATION FOR THE MINISTRY As Drcumg. Admired foriUcluonliiirtjiiudeiepinttierfuine. rj. "
much better than formerly.
PABK scenes so : Faded 'Hair FLORIDA TRANSIT &; ,
Never Falls to nc tore Crojror Of the Profile House, White Moun- PENINSULAR
TO PERSIA-MURAT HALSTEAD AND theatre-goerwho has seen Miss Ander- to\!&.youthful color &(0 eU.and 115izea at all dnigguu.
every tains, and New York-and Boston RAILROAD <'
THE CONSOLIDATED NEWSPAPER-THE she ice than flesh and ,*
son,,knows was more BARBER AxND FRISEUR,
CENTURY CLUB-SPRING FASHIONS -, blood in such passages, the critic thoughtthat AND
FOE MEN. Miss Anderson must have fallen in Get FERNANDINA &; JACKSONVILLE. R. '

To the Editor of The Mirror: love with some one, that she now did so Gentlemen's Hair-Cutting a specialty. 'i' 1

NEW YORK, January 27,1883. well. Then everybody started out to find Hair-Cutting and Shampooing done for I .
Ladies and Children. In Effect January 7th, 28SS.
I Lovers of art were pleased to see the President this Pygmalion, who had succeeded in Ladies waited upon at their residences. 4 "

send in the name of Mr. Park Benja- breathing life into this marble statue, and the ,

min as Minister to Persia, and by the time after a search Downing was voted the happyman. r' LOUIS A. C. LANGE, GOING SOUTH. ,,

this letter reaches you he will probablyhave But I doubt very much if :Miss An- UPHOLSTERER, Leave Fernandina....................... 8.00 a.m. '

been confirmed. Mr. Benjamin is one derson is aware of the fact herself. -: Leave Hart's Road....................._ 8.42a.m. x

the best informed, most tasteful and Club is considering the ques- Foot of Centre Street Leave Callahan. 9.48 a.m.
of in the The Century Leave Dutton....................... ....10.15 a.m. R,
most agreeable writers on art me- tion of moving further up town, and, in ac- FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Leave Brandy Branch ...........10.30 a.m.

tropolis. He is calm and dispassionate, and cordance with the prevailing fashion, put- Leave Baldwin..........................11.05 a.m. .
like Clarence Cook, and The Cen- Furniture repaired in the best manner. Leave Maxville. a.m.
opinionated building.
not cannot discussart ting up a magnificent Hair Mattresses made to order at short Leave Highland..........................11.55 a.m.
who seemingly talked of old fogyish by t
men is usually as notice. 36
similar tury
1 f. Leave Lawtey ........12.15 p.m. .
without introducing politics or religion, men about town, but that is only a case of Cruiser, Knrlui, llaudrakc, Still ugia and JAMES McGIFFIN, Leave Temple's. p.m': x ',
and indulging in ill-natured snarls. Mr. sour grapes. It is the Literary Club of the many of the Lest l medicines known are here combined Arrive Star e. p.m.
other work at present into a nic,!!iclne of such varied and effective AND BUILDER, Leave Starke .12.56p.m. -
It con-
among very CONTRACTOR
Benjamin metropolis Createsti1laal Purifier&the
par powers.as to make the Leave Thurston ... 1.06p.m. .
fills the office of art critic on Mr. Field'sMail servative, and is very particular as to whomit .. BESt> Health! and Strength Restorer Ever Used. Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Arrive Waldo. 1.30 p.m.

and Express. He would be a valuableman admits to membership. Hence there are '. It Ctll.es Py r*'** Rheumatism'flecplessness; Leave Waldo.............................. 1,35 p.m. is .
in Persia, for the resources of that rich never any scandals, and it never gets in the all kidneys diseases, and ofthe'all Stomach Female Complaints., Rowel Lungs,Liver, FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Gainesville...............-........ 2.27 p.m.

and its wonderful art industries areas the Lotos which sets up as i If jou are wasting away with (.Consumption or Orders and estimates from a distance care- Leave Arredondo 2.43 p.m.
country wrong people as i any disease, me the TO.NMC to-day. It will surely fully attended to. 25-tf Leave Batton........ 2.57p.m.
yet but little known, and Mr. Benjaminis a kind of rival, has done a few times. To h'.1ppa. Te-pcmbcr! it is farsup'erior to Bitters, Leave Archer.............................. 3.15 p.m.
to do what General Essences of G nicer; and other Tonics,as it buildsup Bronson
I just enthusiast enough become a member a man must have done O. S. OAKES Leave 3.50p.m. .
Cesnola did with the buried art treas- artistic line the system.. without! intoxicating.None SCa1d withoutsignattireofKi $z Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.27 pjn.
de something in the literary or sizes,at all d "ler I make them known to his he ; cox&Co.,N Y. Send for circular CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Leave Rosewood.......................... 5.02p.m.Arrive ; ,
! ures in Cyprus, above the ordinary. In other words, LARGE SAVING IN BUYING TEE DOLLAR SIZE. Cedar Key....................... 5.35: p.m.
country. must have legitimate claims to distinction.By .
. Freddy Gebhard has come back to town, the constitution membership is limitedto GOING NORTH.
I but somehow he keeps very quiet, and even 600 men. There are nearly 1,000 nameson Drugs and Medicines.ESTAI3LISI3ED OF ALL SIZES. Leave Cedar Key..... 7.25 a.m. t,
Leave Rosewood. 8.05 a.m.
I his intimate friends have seen but little of the list of proposals, who are waiting for Post Office Box 174. Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.
I him. He seems greatly depressed, and no other members to die or resign. 1875. jan4 Fernandina, FlaT Leave Bronson...'. 9.22a.m.

I. wonder, for never was a man or woman Although winter is yet certain to make us W. K. BAUKNIGHT, :Leave Archer......... 9.52a.m.
Leave Batton .10.09
ill-treated ruffians of the press than the tailors are get- a.m.
more by freeze for two months, AGENT: Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m.
I young Gebhard and Mrs. Langtry. The ting ready for the spring trade, and from a = DRUGS = WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Leave Gainesville..10.50 a.m.

is strong against enabled to gain Arrive Waldo. .
feeling in New York very fashionable artist I was AND STOCK DEALER, a.m. ,
the contemptible hero of the not delight BUTCHER Leave Waldo m. 7
Cunningham facts which will perhaps, ANDDealer
Geb- some !- Leave Thurston.........................12.24 p.m.
St. Louis escapade. Nobody cares for the young man who took such good care of .e -MEDICINES-r i in Ice Arrive Starke.............................12.38 p.m.

hard, for be is not popular even in his own his spring suit last year that he hoped to ,. 1- TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Leave Starke................................ 1.00 p.m. r

set, but his blackguarding conduct towardsa cut a dash with it again. Suitings come in BROOM STREET WHARE, Leave Temple's........................... 1.09 p.m.
makes everybody say that Geb- colors and shades cas- T Leave Lawtey ?. 1.33 p.m. -
woman worsteds of various ;
19-tf FERNANDI A, FLA. Leave Highland ... 1.55 p.m.
bard made a great mistake in not spankinghim simeres in neat patterns, plain colors, and HORSEY &:" CO., Leave Maxville.......................... 2.19 p.m.

and pitching him into the street when generally in darker shades. They are unbound Arrive Baldwin.......................... 2.43 p.m
he encountered him. I do not think Cun- presenting the double-edged stitch. Leave Baldwin .. 2.53 p.m.
in Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m.
ningham could get a position on a paper The coat, when of sack shape, is single- iii I PHARMACISTS 1= w naacBTvHOT-'I! Leave Dutton 3.3.5 p.m.

this city, so great is the feeling of shame breasted and short, with high roll, and also r/s/. t s H,5 S$/ Leave Callahan........................... 4.25 p.m.

among. the profession over conduct. The silk-faced long roll. The vests have six but- IR 1a Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15 p.m.
New York Hotel here is a great resort for tons, with rolling-collars and cut square and Centre Street, j Arrive Fernandina 5.50 p.m. a

Southerners stopping in the city. Said one short. Trousers are of medium width, with FERXANDINA, FLORIDA, r i act V1acortinuoto: scolicitorsforp Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR \

of these gentlemen the other evening dis either side or top pockets. In frock coats hand fine assort- .,ecnt3, caveats. .

cussing the situation : "If that fellow sets there are three different 'les-the one but- KEEP constantly of FRESH on and PURE a FOREIGN trade-marks, copyrights, etc.. for s
2i k the United States,and to obtain pat f
and insults a L
for a Southern gentleman, in neatly patterned and DOMESTICDrugs
up < ton cutaway coming ents in Canada England, France, .
lady in such a manner that the man Geb- cassimeres, has short skirts with flaps. The Germany, and all other crmntries. DIVISION.GOING .

hard could not do anything to defend her four-button cutaway comes in fancy and and Chemicals Thirty-six years' practice. No t
charge for examination of models or without giving color to his brutal attack, corkscrew worsteds in various shades and Advice by mail free.
The Leave Waldo Junction................ 1.40 .
then I want to be considered a ruffian. has skirts. The Chesterfield frock, in and Patent Medicines Patents obtained through n3 are noticed in p.m.p.m. ,
used to long Homoeopathic the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, which has Leave Dixie................................. 2.02 4''
name gentleman in the South mean plain and cloth-faced cassimere, is straightcut the largest circulation, and is he most influential Leave Hawthorne ................. ..._ 2.20 p.m. ;,
something; I am afraid is an opprobriousterm with long skirts. In Prince Alberts no Proprietary and Fancy Goods newspaper of its kind published in tho I Leave Lochloosa......................... 2.38 p.m.

now." changes are.hotel Spring overcoats come world. The advantages of such a notice every Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m.
kris not appeared at either the FINE TOILET ARTICLES patentee understands; Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31 p.m.p.m..
Gebhard yet
and meltons. ,
in cheviots, worsteds Theyare This large and splendidly illtirtratecl newspaper Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00 .
Union or the Knickerbocker Clubs, of both finished with silk facings and plain lin- is published WJ5EKE.Y at$ .29 a year, Leave Ocala................................. 4.30 p.m.
is member. The last two and cut siort! with a fly front and PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., and is admitted to be the best paper devoted
of which he a ings, arc Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m.
mornings he spent at the Jerome Park race tight-fitting back. IN GREAT VARIETY. to works science, and,mechanics ct' departments,inventions of,engineering industrial Arrive Wild wood........................ 5.45 p.m.

course, where his great race horse Eole and THE--OKECHOBEJiloANAL.FORT progress, 1)bushed in any country. Single GOING NORTH.
Eloist are in win- copies by mail, 10 cents. Sold by all news-
his three-year-old brother MYERS, January 24.-A personal deal,""-. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00, a.m.
ter quarters. I saw them both a week ago. I inspection of the Okechobee drainage yS3 Physicians Prescriptions AumJTunn & Co.,;ub1h hers of Scientific Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35 a.m.

Eole when in training looks every inch a canal shows that it is doing its mission. carefully compounded with pure Araciicau, .J1 rroa.u-.rav, New York. Leave Ocala................................. 9.00 a.m. ,
blooded horses. But now that I have made a trip through it from Lake Handbook about state-its r.unled: free. Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18 a.m. .
king among Flirt to Okechobee and Observation Island. Drugs, at reasonable prices. Leaye Anthony Place.................. 9.46 a.m.
he has fattened and thickened he looks perfectly West of Okechobee I walked for some miles I Railroads. Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13 a.m. 1,

massive. His legs are perfectly sound, along the canal. The surface I passed over DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. P.A.LMER. Leave Lochloosa.................... ....10.39, a.m.
and if Mr. Gebliard is at all careful about was two feet under water last season. I ex- FLORIDA CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Hawthorne........................10,.57 a.m.
and running him, he ought to pect to make the steamer at Punta Rassa.K. .- PALMER BRO'S COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE Leave Dixie................................11,.15 a.m.,35a.m..
entering in Jacksonville Times.MISCEGENATION.. -- Arrive Waldo Junction..... ..........11, .
make clean sweep of all the cups duringthe June 25, 1882.
coming season. Eloist resembles his -I-f- I Commencing this date, trains on this daily, except Sunday.
I V I I I H road will run as follows:
great brother very much, except that he is jp i Ri 1 JSTS
a chestnut, while Eole is a bay. The young- CONSTITUTIONAL. WESTWARD.Accom.. Mail.

ster will be taken up for work to fit him for WASHINGTON, January 29.-The Supreme --- Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m
his spring engagements in about two weeks. Court to-day decided the miscegenation case 11 Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 pm ; ;

The craze for fox hunting which was so of Toney Pace against the State of Alabama, Sanderson......... 8.25am 9.55pm GOING SOUTH. .
J swells which was a criminal proceeding under the Centre Street, near: Depot, 11 Lake City..11.00 am 11.55pm Leave Fernandina......11.35 a.m. 6.15 p.m. ,
strongly developed among our young State law against a colored man living in Arrive Live Oak............ 1.15pm 1.15am Leave Hart's Road..12.05 6.55
last year has died out completely, and the sexual relations with a white woman. The FERNANDINA FLORIDA. Ellaville............ 2.30 pm 2.30 a m Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00p.m.p.m. 8.00p.m.p.m.
superb packs of imported hounds and high court holds that the law of Alabama prohibiting Madison ............ 3.30 p m 3.30 a m
their heads off in miscegenation is not in conflict Drifton............... 5.25pm 5.30am GOING NORTH.Leave .
1 priced hunters are eating with the fourteenth amendment of the Con- 11 Monticello ......... 6.00 p m 5.50 a m Jacksonville..... 9.00a.m. 3.35p.m.
( idleness at the kennels of the various hunts. stitution or with. the civil rights legislation u Tallahassee......... 7.30pm 7.30am Leave Hart's Road...... 9.35 a.m. 4 4.01 p.m.
The Meadow Brook Club fared worst of all. founded on it, for the reason that it appliesthe $&*ABSOLUTELY PURE Quincy.............. 9.30am Arrive }'ernandina..10.40 a.m. 5.00 p.m.

k They elected young Gebliard master, but in same punishment to both offenders, Chattahoochee... 10.35am Trains double daily except Sunday.
, Chatta. River...... 10.55
white and black, without discrimination. DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED a m
""r the pursuit of the Lily the young man for- SUNDAY TRAINS.

got all about his duties as a provider of ElGHTY-FIVEjDoLLAES LOST.You do not EASTWARD.Accom.. Mail. Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.45a.m.
sport. A hunt whose M. F. H. is not an tell me that your husband is up and entirely DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Arrive Jacksonville...... 6.45 p m 7.30 a m Arrive Fernandina.....................11.10 a.m.
the of hunting the cured by so simple a medicine as Parker's ,, Baldwin............. 5.25pm 6.15am Leave Fernandina.......................5.00 p.m.
enthusiast on subject Ginger Tonic?" "Yes, indeed, I do," said Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m Arrive Jacksonville.._.................. 6.25 p.m.
fox cannot exist, and thus the Meadow :Mrs. Benjamin to her neighbor," and after Standard Patent Medicines Lake City.......... 1.20 p m 2.40 a m
Brook is dropping to pieces. This is a pity, we bad lost eighty-five dollars in doctor's Leave Live Oak..........11.35 a in 1.15 a m

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for it encouraged horsemanship both on the bills and prescriptions. Now my husband Ellaville 10.10am 11.55pm
feels as well as ever." Madison ............ 9.05 a m 10.50 p m
flat and cross country, and thus was a phys- -I| Fancy TOILET ArticiesTI- Drifton............... 7.30am 9.05pm .
ical benefit to both the ladies and the men A VIGOROUS GROWTH of the hair is often Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm CONNECTIONS.AT .'

who followed the hounds. promoted by using Parker's Hair Balsam.It Tallahassee......:I. 6.00am 7.30pm

Murat Halstead was in town for a day last always restores the youthful .color and Quincy .............. 5.30pm FERNANDINA, FLA.,
lustre to gray hair, gives it new life and re-, PERFUMERY, Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25 p m With New York and Fernandina Steam-
week. Of course the reporters went to see moves all irritation and dandruff.IMPORTANT. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8a.m.

him to tell them how the consolidated pa- L UJIN'S: EXTRACTS, etc. Passenger trains leave Jacksonville at 10 ., 11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m.: and for New

.. per the Commercial-Gazette was getting on. a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m.. 500. p.m.,
The Field Marshal, however, spoke not a Returning, ]leaves Baldwin at 2.45p.m., or 5.50 p.m. 1
arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30: p.m., making With Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
word. In fact, he insisted particularly that TO ORIGINAL OWNERS OF LANDS SOLD $S& Especial and careful attention paidto close connections with Florida Transit Rail- nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .

nothing about even his presence in town road for Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg and 'CALLAHAN. ,
FOB TEE NON-PAYMENT OF DIBEOTTAXES Physicians' Prescriptions, by
in Cedar Key.Sleepers .
should be said. He denied, however, To and from Savannah and Charleston at
IN 1863 1864 AND 1865. on all night trains.CONNECTIONS. .
an experienced Druggist.
positive terms the statement which has appeared 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.

in various papers that he was to remain CORRESPONDENCE is persons invited(or by their the SfMR.*| RABB the Manager, will sleep I At Jacksonville by Waycross Short Line, AT BALDWIN, FLA., ,

in New York and edit his share of the legal representatives) who, at the time such over the store and will respond to all calls I with all points North or West; with the To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and

paper from this city. sales of real estate were made, were the orig- Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for 2.43 p.m.
at nig it t.
; 51 Fernandina and with Steamers for all
The that Mary Anderson is in inal owners thereof. In most instances these ; AT HAWTHORNE,
story runs have had her sales realized more than the tax upon them, : points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or To and from Palatka at 10.37 a.m.and 2.20
love. Of course the gossips Charleston.At .
realized amounted to
and the surplus so Books and Stationery. p.m.
in love before, perhaps a score of times, and nearly $200.000 Efforts are being madeto Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail- AT WILDWOOD.

when they know of nothing else they dilateon have this large sum returned from to which the oninal -it- i HORACE DREW road or Gulf for points all South without Florida change,Ocklawaha of cars River; also, With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand
of the
the *' how madly passionately, owners property Tampa daily except Sunday.
facts of for Cedar Key and Steamers to Gulf ports.
those interested should
fondly" she dotes on John McCullough. was take received action at, and once if they desire to recover Todkseller, Stationer, At Live Oak, by Nos. 5 and 6, with the With Stage Line .to and from Leesburg

Now, however, it is asserted at the clubs the balance due them. Business in- Printer and Binder Savannah, Florida &; Western Railroad, for daily except Sunday.AT .
Albany or Savannah.At CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
love trusted to the undersigned will be promptlyand
that she casts a look of intense on a
Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
satisfactorily attended to. Reference With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
young man in her company, a pretty fair Citizens' National l Bank"Washington. D. C. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat- for Key West, Monday and Thursday

actor named Downing, who, at present, urdays.At p.m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and
AddressGEORGE A SPECIALITY. Chattahoochee River with Steamers-
bad E. LEMON Friday.
serves as leading juvenile. He is not ,
Chattahoochee on Sundays, and Everingham -
looking, and might be described as fair, fat Lock Box 325, WASHINGTON, D.C. on Thursdays for Apalachicola, and West With and Morgan's Havana Line, every Steamships Saturday for 4 p.Key m.; g

and that Miss Anderson Liberal discounts to Teachers returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for
thirty. I hardly suppose To Rent. gSf anc for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.
went to the clubs and made confi- Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free or Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates, r
The property: known as Sanborn's Stores. application. j. s. MCELROY,
apply i
dants of all the male hens that sit at club to ,
Apply for particulars Master of Transportation.W. ;
hear and see A. B. N OYES. :M. DAVIDSON ,
windows and profess to know Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent* F
everything.> The story so far as I can see Fernandina, July 15-tf. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. General Manager. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt.. 21

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. A unique little craft, the catamaran Jessie, Amateur Concert at Lyceum Hall., THE Daily Union at Jacksonville has been

: 1 1N called in this port last Saturday on her way '''We are pleased to learn that there will be sold out tothe Florida Daily Times, and the
j. from New York to Jacksonville. The Jessie an Amateur'Concert given at Lyceum Hallon two establishments have been consolidated.The "-

? ,I Il.OO.A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS is owned by Mr. Fred. Hughes, of Yonkers, Tuesday evening. The excellent object daily will be called the Times-Union,

'- N. Y., for whom she was built at that place. for which,this entertainment is given will and succeed the two papers by that name
; Reflections.
She is 40 feet long, the two boat hullsare commend it to the generous patronage of next week. The public generally were taken No
.t Notice the reduction of fare by the City of 18 feet apart, making her 22 feet wide the public. We have no doubt it will be a by surprise by the announcement, but the Whiskey

'j Bridgeton.The over all, and weighs a little over one ton. musical treat of the highest order. Belowwe failing condition of Mr. McCallum's health

public schools in this city were closed Mr. Hughes claims that under favorable give the programme: rendered it out of the question for him to

j Thursday.Mr. conditions the Jessie can obtain a speed of PROGRAMME: continue the laborious work imposed upon BROWN'S IRON BITTERSis

John Lynch, of Washington, D. C., twenty-five miles an hour. For the accom- PART i. him.
last. modation of Mr. Hughes the craft' was pro- Duet for piano-Midsummer Night's Dream. . Strauss one of the very few tonic
arrived in this city Monday
Mrs.Lamar and Mr..Schuyler. THE cane crop in East Florida, we judge,
vided with cabin which,will be medicines that
The Morton Big Four" minstrels played a temporary Solo-The Fog Ben . .. . . .Pouset has been considerable this A are not com-
very season.
removed the arrival her destination.The .
on at Mr. Leech. posed mostly of alcohol
r a ,: 4 to a crowded house Tuesday night. boat was visited by quite a crowd of Solo-Serenade.. . . . . Gounod large quantify of syrup comes daily over the whiskey thus or

Judge Wm. I. Whaling, of Chicago, became Miss Cady. Transit Railroad for shipment North, and becoming a
: people on Sunday and Monday of
many . fruitful of
; Piano-Fantasie on Lucretia Borgia source
r' the local for tfie State is be- intemperance -
a guest at the Egmont this week. supply ample
'{ whom had never seen one of these modern Miss.Tucker.

ta', S Mr. John Haley, of Newmarket, N. H., "racing machines." The Jessie left for Lo the Pale Moon '. . . . .CampanaMiss sides. This is an excellent sign, and shows by promoting a desire

y' 4 brother of Mayor Haley, is'on a visit to Fer- Jacksonville Cady and Mr.Leech. that we are fast becoming independent in for rum.
on Tuesday.The
Oh,Loving Heart Trust On . . .Gottschalk
the line of farm
5: nandina. Mr.Duryee. products necessary to supplyour
East Florida Seminary Burned. own people.
Major-General A. S. Pendleton, of Philadelphia BROWN'S
The burning of the East Florida Seminaryat
;g was in town on Monday, stopping PART II.
Gainesville on Wednesday last, we are Duet-La Balladine . . . '. Arrivals.EOMONT. guaranteed to be a non-
; at the Egmont.
r glad to learn, will not interrupt the opera- Misses S.and R.Fairbanks. intoxicating stimulant
1 D. E. Maxwell moved into hist' Duet-Do You Remember... . . .CampanaMiss andit
r tion of that valuable school. The insurance
t : I ,. Lawtey and Miss Tucker. Fred E Newton, Battle Creek, Mich ; L P will, in nearly every case,
,: t!l new residence on the corner of Centre and fortunately is available, and with the funds Piano Solo-Martha.. . . '. . .Archer Wilson and wife, Fla; V J Shipman and take the place of all liquor

:- f...;. Fifth streets Wednesday. subscribed fornew buildings the trustees will Mrs.Lamar. wife, Lawtey, Fla; G E McCall and wife, ,
t',' .:ta Duet-A Night in Venice-. . . . .Arditti Mrs S J Nettles, Miss E 'B McCall, J G Mc- and-at the same time abso-
Messrs. Dutton & Robinson the Gaines- doubtless be able to suitable build-
; put up Miss Tucker and Mr.
Duryee. Call, Darlington, S C; J A Lum and wife, kill the desire
: .: ville bankers and cotton factors were in ings for not only carrying on the operationof Piano Solo.. . .'. . . . .Mattie Mrs Henry Hooker New Orleans; H E lutely for

.r this week at the the under its Mrs.Lamar. Graham Jacksonville T V Boynton F F whiskey and other intoxi-
I.-; town Egmont. seminary present arrange- ; ,
ti Trio-Salve Regina.. . . . .Rosewig
4 ; The steam-yacht Egmant, with a party ment, but also to furnish ample room for Miss Cady,Mr.Duryee and Mr.Leech. Hughes and wife, New York ; Wm Renwickand cating beverages.Rev. .
i : wife Davenport, Ia; J D Dwyer, H L
:t. : '; from Jacksonville and this city, made an excursion the agricultural department, ,which we havein Stratton, Miss Wilmot, Boston ; W J McClernan -

V ', to Cumberland Island yesterday. an article in this issue urged as the true The Mall Service on the Transit New York; E Middleton, L H Pratt.

i- '1t mode of utilizing the interest on that fundto Railroad.The Greenville Mich ; Wm and Frank Marks, G.W.RICE,editor of

t..' ; ; .. Mr. George R. Fairbanks is setting out the best advantage. following statement of the mail ser- A S Pendleton, Jas Hogg wife and son, the American Christian Review -
lIt'. .': < some fine budded orange trees on the lots on Philadelphia; John D Griffen, Mrs H E
vice on the Transit Railroad, between Fer- W A P and wife says of Brown's Iron
Vaughn, Kirby, Kleeberg
Seventh street recently purchased by '
m Death Mr. Starke C. .
,, '. .: of Taylor.Our nandina and Cedar Key,for the quarter end- L Dargin, W H Burt J V Davison, New Bitters:

J.,. .: Presbyterian Church, Rev. H. S. Yerger community has been called upon ing December 31, 1882, has been furnishedus York ; H F Dutton, W G Robinson, Gaines-
On. 0. Nov.
}. a pastor: Services on Sunday at 11 a, m. and during the past week to mourn the demiseof by Mr. J. Taylor, route agent : ville, Fla ; John Lynch, Washington, DC; 16,1881.
Gents The foolish wast-
Wm J W Balcheller M A
Whaling, Loring,
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 3:30 p. m. ; pray one of our most promising young men, Number of
J packages letters, 9,638 ; num- Wm Ripley and wife, Chicago ; Mrs Taft, ing of vital force in business,
J. ; ,. 'S er-meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. MR. STARKE CALL TAYLOR, who was born in ber of sacks of papers, 1,366; number of Miss Merrifield, Worcester, Mass; George pleasure, and vicious indul-

;.:' "I t, We have seen some fine new cabbages inr this city on the 28th of August, 1858, and registered packages, 8,086. The department Lauder, Pittsburgh ; W R Peck, Bristol.RI; gence of our people, makes
'.I' died on the 31st of January. MR. TAYLORwas Mrs A W Jones and two children,MissPomfret your preparation a necessity;
'i"l market brought from Alachua county, and allows 40 letters to a package, which makes
Miss Va B S
Rodrigne, Ashland ; surd'applied,will save hun-
r.i.i. t we learn there will be a large quanity sent a son o lour esteemed fellow-citizen, Col- the number'ot'letters transmitted 385,520, Adams H C Brookings, St Louis ; L Warner dreds who resort to saloonsfor

k; : *:- to market from Florida this season. onel D. J. Taylor, and grew up in our exclusive of.letters mailed on trains, which and son, Nashville, Tenn ; G S Dickinson, temporary recuperation.BROWN'S .
midst and was associated with Fernandina Indianapolis; Robert Rae, wife and child,
:';, .: t Dr.; J. N. Jones, dentist, is at the Tourist during his brief life. average abou tl25' daily. For newspapersand Lake City, Fla ; Mrs Brown, Detroit, Mich;

:;. ).;:;' Hotel. The doctor has brought his entire packages of merchandise, the depart- Edward Case, Miss Case, Hartford, Conn.
t outfit, including gas for the painless extract- The funeral services were held Thursday ment limits the contents of a sack to 150 IRON BITTERS

,; : ing of teeth. Dr. Jones will remain only evening at his home on Centre street, the pieces. LIst of Letters has been thoroughly tested t;..
Rev. O. P. Thackara rector of St. Peter's
", Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina
ten days. for dyspepsia indigestion
Range of ThermometerFOR ,
Church, officiating.The Nassau county Florida Feb. 3 1883.
The flag of the steamer Western' Texas was his most intimate THB WEEK: ENDING PRIDAY, TKBRUARY 2, biliousness,weakness,debility -
pall-bearers were
Persons calling for these letters must
half-masted Wednesday and Thursday as a HORSKY'B DRUG STORE. say i overwork rheumatism
young friends, and he was laid at rest in advertised: ; ,

,,i mark of respect to the late Starke Taylor, the beautiful church-yard of St. Peter's. ::5 Cooper, Wm Langley, E F neuralgia, consumption,
r a number of in the I
who was for a years em- as a dn C E liver
Mrs WilliamsDe
.N t> Crosley, Lynch, complaints, kidney
ploy of the steamship company.Mr. The New Steamship "Nacoochee." m coSaturday. Costa, Julius Meir, Frank troubles &c. and it never

F. V. Boynton, of New York, still The Nacoochee is the eighth steamshipbuilt .....Jan.27 57 65 66 62 NE. D'Autry, Ohas M Moore, Pompey Jr ,
fails to render and
,, his visit here, and may be seen at for the Ocean Steamship Company, of Sunday .............28 53 61 62 60 NE. Edwards, Eva Miller, Peter speedy
prolongs Monday ..........,.29 56 62 62 61 NE. Fortune, John Mackae, J A permanent relict:
and is sister
his at the Egmont. The firm with Savannah, Ga., a vessel to the Freeman Cary E Mouring, Wm
quarters Tuesday.............30 58 65 67 63 NW. ,
which he is connected in New York have Chattahoochee and.Tallahassee,of like size, appointments Wednesday..31 54 63 64 61 E. Fleming Mr Straess, J L

extensive business connections with this and tonnage, recently placed on Thursday ...Feb. 1 57 62 62 NE. Foster, Clarence Stevens John

.... ,..' State. the line between New York and Savannah.The Friday...._._...... 2 56 60 60 581 NE. Gahagan, T Syfan, Henry P
Gardner Wilson
;y Ie., Lewis Larnence
i : Nacoochee is what is' termed a three- Herris, J J Wilkerson, Rina
that Dr. J.
'; We requested to announce
decked steamship, with the addition of a <+ 4MARINE.. Harris, Leonard White, Muriah,
:' It D. Palmer will take a vacation of two weeks, Hamilton, Alfred Walles, Miss A E
all and
hurricane deck running fore aft. In
!: and that during his absence his father, Dr. Port Femandlna. Howell, H J Williams, Hannah II I Ir

m;,;; '. T. M. Palmer, will respond to his calls. He model, strength, speed and appointments King, George Williams, Maria
this is considered to be in HIGH \'fA DR. Williams LouisaMISDIRECTED.
ship unequaled ,
t':"' may be found at Palmer Bros.: drug store or the coastwise trade, and holds the highest Saturday, Feb. 3...... 4:02: A.M. 4:28: P. x. DR. W. E. S i YDER, I IEt

I \ t;l at the residence of J. D. Palmer. Sunday, 4...... 5:02 5:26: ". o 1
,4 1 ratings in Bureau Veritas and the Record Monday, 5...... 6:00: 6:24 Rosia Williams, Chairs No. 1., E

I.: { Mr. William Renwick and wife, of Davenport of American Shipping," and was built at Tuesday 6...... 6:54: 7:20: IIWednesday HELD FOR POSTAGE: 01 ge
.' : t Iowa, are at the Egmont. Mr. Ren- the yard of John Roach and Sons, Chester, 7...... 7:44 8:12: W. A./ Mahoney, Callahan, Fla.UAM'L H = ;
interested Feb. 8...... 8:33 9:02 B x ;
wick is one of Iowa's citizens, largely Thursday, :
I. 'l' Pa., under the superintendence of Captain h T. RIDDELL P. r.Beductl.on ) C !
,,> :' and other business enterprises Friday, 9. 9:21 9:49
JI in banking -
\I I Peter E. Lefevre, Marine Superintendent of I II ___ !
". :.'t ; is also the proprietor of the Davenport I' in Fare. '- the Company. IXTERED.: = =:r
j :>. Gazette, the leading paper of that State. On and after the fare steamer Hfi -t.J '
The principal dimensions of the vessel are Jan. 28-8. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, to-day on r' I
; His visit to Florida is in the interest of his : Savannah with and City of Bridgeton, from Fernandina to Savannah -
as follows: Length on the 12 feet water line, freight pas-
'I': 111 1' ; health. 290 feet length over all, 313 feet breadthof sengers, to J. A. Mercier. will be as follows : FIRST-CLASS; 20 years' -
; ; Cabin,$4,including meals and stateroom OPERATIONS
28-8. S. Hercules Br. Dover Havana ;
"', ( ), reasonable. Sets
: i The Egmonfs excursions promise to become beam, 40 feet; depth of hold, 25 feet 9 to Wm. Deck, $2.50. charges
; Gold Celluloid Rubber and
of Teeth
on or ,
,II, "I an important element in the amusements inches. She is built of the best quality of 31-8. S. Western Texas, New York, The same fare will be charged from Savannah every set warranted to fit or money refund

., .J offered not only to our Northern visitors American iron, and put together in the best Bask,, 1,210 tons ; with freight to Fernandina.The ed. Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
steamer leaves here Wednes-
i' but to our own citizens. It is proposed possible manner, with a view of obtainingthe and wick.passengers, to R. W.South- day, Friday and Sunday at 5 every p. m. made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand

1 to make the fishing banks, where red snappers highest attainable strength and security 31-S. P; City of Bridgeton,Fitzgerald J. A. MERCIER Agent. advice free, and willingly given. 10

::: f a and black bass most do congregate, one from: all the perils of navigation. She has Savannah, with freight and pas- Fernandina, Fla., February 2,1883-tf. .

I of the points to be visited by Captain Harding's ,accommodation for 100 passengers. sengers, to J. A..Mercier Agent. PRESCOTT
Feb. -S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Livery Stable at a Bargain. H.

I''II't steam-yacht. The Functions of Mayor.The Savannah ; with freight and passengers I offer at a bargain my entire establish- ...

The steamship Western Texas arrived here to J. A. Mercier. ment in this city, consisting of Carriages,
Ili I and communication of "Al-Ligator" 2-,Brig Tally Ho, McKorem, Port au Buggies,Wagons, Carts Saddle and Carriage DEALER
P 1 from New York Wednesday morning, brings up the question of the proper func- Spain ; to master, seeking. Horses, Harness, etc.

J sailed on her return trip Friday morning, tions and position of the :Mayor in referenceto CLEARED. Terms of purchase, CASH.

1 with the following cargo: 398 bales cotton, Council.A G. F. AVERY.
269 barrels rosin 49 barrels City Jan. 27-Sch. A. & E. Hooper, Truitt, Philadelphia Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom IX
50 bales
moss, ,
'. reference to the act governing munici- ; lumber, by L. A. Da- Street Wharf. 46
'::1 spirits, 15 barrels syrup, 4 barrels oranges, pal corporations will show that the Mayoris vis.

.j 774 boxes oranges, 985 logs cedar, 168 cases in no sense a member of the Council, or 29-S., P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, For Bent.

J: cedar, 74: packages hides and skins 44 packages in charged with legislative func- Savannah; with freight and pas- A very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof
any way
sengers, by J. A. Mercier. JOHN HEDGES
t merchandise. tions. In fact, this is so guarded that the 30-Brig Sarah Wallace, Anderson St. January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.

f The pupils of Mr. Schuyler's Intermediate law provides that no Mayor of any municipal Vincent'; lumber, by Fred W.

',., School varied their usual, monthly hop on corporation shall be president of the 31-Sch.Hoyt.Annie C. McKeen, Patterson, Real Estate .

r. the 26th of last month with a fancy dress City.council," and he is not supposed to be New York; lumber, by W. B. i or sale. Two desirable lots, well located. Ladies',

:', masquerade. A more lovely scene than that present in any official capacity.It C. Dury e. Apply to W. S. RAWSON. Misses'

''1' formed by the sweet young faces and beautiful would seem, therefore, as appropriatefor Feb. 1 8. P. City'of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald Fernandina Fla., January 6, 1882-tf. ,
+ Savannah, with freight and passengers Children'sand
: ,,1 costumes it would bedifficult to picture. the State Legislature to appoint Governor by J. A. Mercier.
Select "Intermediate" School
'. Many of the parents and friends of the Bloxham on a special committee? of its u 2-Bark Nicola, Smith, Philadelphia ; and Girls for Infants',
f' I members as for the City Council of Fernan- lumber, by C. H. Huot. Boys Men's,
children were present, and'seemingly enjoyed -
: I 2-Bark Queen Victoria, D. Munroe, Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson Boys'
,' : themselves as much as theyonng folks. dina to appoint the Mayor as a member of a Montevideo ; lumber, by Fox& application. and Youths', .

", ,t't special committee to investigate an old claim. Burns. G. W. SCHUYLER.

The British steamship Hercules, Captain The :Mayor has clearly no standing in the "S. S. Western Texas, Risk, New Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental

: Dover, arrived here on Sunday from York, 1,210 tons ; with freight Music and French. 50 FINE
t Council,.and cannot act as a member of one _
'. : \. Havana. During the week the Hercules was and passengers, by R. W.South-
1 of its committees.' It will be seen at a glance ;
wick. City Scrip
at the New York steamship dock
'..{. .. loading with naval stores and cotton seed for Mr. that any action of the Council based upon a 3-City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald Sa- For sale at market rates in amounts not less EwiIJ : :)
., ; report of a committee of which the Mayorwas vannah, with freight and pas- than $25. J. FRED LOHMAN.
: ;j :. Wm. Lawtey.who will clear her to-day with sengers, by J. A. Mercier.IN Fernandina Fla. December 30 1882. tf
a member, would be prejudged when it ,
1' ," 900 tons of cotton seed and 750 barrels of came before him for approval or disapprovalas PORT. Bu on Boo a G I ilffij Lies Sks
; t. rosin for Queenstown or Falmouth for orders, Mayor. S. S. Hercules. Dover. New Advertisements.NEW ,

I" thence to a in the United Kingdom.
4 : port We presume the Council acted inadvert- Bark Regina.Talck, Hussy. AND
: The Hercules will be followed in about two Bark Mentor, Scbnltz." HOUSE OPEN. :
ently in this case. Ho McKorem.
Brig Tally
by the steamship Ravemdale. ,
J weeks
,, j Sch, Marcus A. Davis, Saxton. HOTEL : I
J A new enterprise has been inaugurated I To the Editor of the Mirror: Sch. Emily E. Davis, Pierce. TOURIST ISLIPPERSI-

I notice in the of Sch. William Wilson, Bradley. FERNANDINA, FLA. -
frequently ,
f I which promises to be of great benefit to our proceedings ++ ++
Sch. E. H. Potter Sherrer.
the City Council, published in your paper, ,
city. A market-house, built on the plan of that Mayor Haley is appointed member Sch. Silas C. Evans, Sylvanus. is now open to the public. New and neatly

", an immense refrigerator, is being constructed and often chairman of committees. The 8ch. Ernest'T Lee, Blatchford. furnished, located in the most delightfulpart Embracing New and PopularS"r

on Centre street wharf, which is so arranged Mayor, if I understand it, is no more a Sch. Anita,,Small.- of the island..Large and sunny rooms.A .
member of the Council than the marshal or Sch. Martha Welch, Burg. good home for parties wishing to stop a
with large ice chambers and a nonconducting few weeks months in the South.
the lamp-lighter, and there is no more ...JS.:
wall that meat, poultry, etc., can be reason for his appointment on a committee City Tax-Collector8 Notice. Terms-$2 per day; $8 to $10 per week.

,_ kept in perfect order during the warmest than there would be in making,President Notice is hereby given that all the' city W. W. CLAY, Manager.The .

weather. It is proposed to supply the Arthur a member of a Congressional com- taxes remaining,unpaid on the first day of

market with beef and poultry from New .rnittee. The ways of our city legislatureare February next.will be advertised and sold splendid ,Stratlimorc Hotel, GENTS' FURNISHING
'fl however, quite peculiar, and we need in accordance with law.JAMES on the finest beach in the world, will be
York,not only for the use of hotels and board not be surprised at any parliamentary prac- E. MEDDAUGH, open every fine day for the accommodationof ANDRVSBER

ing houses, but for the use of any of our tice that that omniscient body may evolve. Collector. beach parties,, under the same manage-

,' "'citizens. AL. LIOATOR. Fernandina, Fla., January 3, 1882. ment. 10 GOODSI .


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