Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00157
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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 24, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
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System ID: UF00054505:00157
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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STATE NEWS. Chattahoochee, do not fail to do so in day- SEA ISLAND CO.TTON.FLORID.'S beautiful laces, wherewith ladies add to the
light, at the earliest moment, and, mark our more the Paris of America. All good
taste and
elegance of their dress
lie rnando. word for it, you will be as richly repaid for ; and so Frenchmen hope to get to Paris on the Seine
the small outlay as our pen is inadequate to PECULIAR FITNESS FOR ITS GROWTH- deftly mixed and woven into the finest "
rail- before die and fond '
On Thursday night an impromptu they parents seek to ,
portray the remarkable beauties:. of this THE WILLIMANTIC THREAD COMPANY AND silks, satins and fine velvets thatit is impos-
road meeting was held in the courthousefor Madison New Era. provide their children with education and
country.- ITS PURCHASING AGENCY-H. F. DUT- sible to tell, and only the best experts can
the purpose of listening to the views of means sufficient to make the capital their
TON & CO., AT GAINESVILLE detect. Lovely with elaborate and.
General J. J. Finley, of Ocala,on the proper TIlE LATE JUDGE DA WKJNS. women, home. The same feeling with regard to .
To the Editor of the Mirror:
costly-made silk dresses do i
not know that
James B. Dawkins born in ,
to be pursued by our people in regardto Judge was Gotham seems to be growing in this coun- Y
course Union District, South Carolina, and at the JACKSONVILLE, FLA., February 20, 1883. much of the material is Florida long cotton. t

the railroads now projected to this place. time of his death was in his sixtythirdyear. I wish to write of one o( the staple pro- which makes the silk a better article and try. ar'

There was a respectable attendance at the He was a regular graduate of both ducts of Florida and knowing the great interest wear and last longer, and to all Bachelors in town have certainly no rea-
meeting considering the short notice given. the literary and law departments of South appearanceis son to find fault with the accomodations
Carolina College. After graduating he en- you take in the development of the as pretty, as good and as elegant as the
well received provided for them in
remarks the
were matter of comfort-
General Finley's tered the law office of his brother, the Hon. State, its agriculture, mechanics'' and arts; best from the looms of Lyons, France.
and leading men are earnestly considering N. Dawkins of Union S. C. with able homes. There are three first-class
our Thos.
and the large circulation' of your paper, I The thread display at the State Fair of
the of whom he continued until his removal to apartment houses in existence
his suggestions. During course now where
ask that publish article for the information
you my Willimantic Thread
of Willi
Palatka Fla. in 1853. Opening a law officeat I Company the _
his remarks he read a letter from Hon. JohnW. unmarried Sybarite may enjoy the comforts :
Palatka he rapidly extended his practice of your readers.. mantic, Conn., was beautiful ; so fine and
Candler, president of the Florida Southern through the counties of Marion Alachua, : It was my pleasure to swat.the State Park exquisite was some of the thread as it was of a home with the many conveniencesof
Gauge Railroad, giving informa- SumterColumbia Bradford Duval and St. laid' a hotel. The establishments are fitted up
Narrow exhibit
Fair, at Jacksonville, a of sea reeled from the spool, one compared it with ,
that the company intend to extend Johns. In those days of no railroad facili- different in hard wood throughout, provided with
tion in counties
island cotton of
grown the unreeling of the silk It
the and }jar in social cocoon. was
ties court happy apd
Harboras luxury and far
Charlotte sanitary
and are perfect
to Tampa so as -
that traveling companies, went from county to the State, put up in bales of the usual size of from this that the finest up to the coarsest

soon as practicable. The company has county in private conveyances. 400 pounds, which was creditable to those threads were made, and of all the colors requirements are concerned. Of courseto

been delayed in receiving the lands donatedto Mr.Dawkins was soon elected tq the position who prepared and packed it for live in them requires money, but one +
grew mar- known, all made from long staple. For this o '
them, and work on the extension has of State's Solicitor, which office he gets his money's worth. Now however,.a
held for several terms. : 'ket. It was a sight worth seeing : the long beautiful and useful display they received

been stopped temporarily on account of the In the days of secession he hesitated as to fibre from two to two and threequarterinches a diploma for the best sewing-machine and wealthy capitalist is about building anotherachelor's

necessity of reorganizing the business man- the advisability of so grave step as the disruption in length, was of a beautiful silk- hand-sewing cotton thread. apartment house for men of less

agement of the road. The General was confident of the Federation ; but, notwithstanding like texture, as soft and pleasant to the WILLIAM HARRISON means. It is to be eight stories high, fire-
be built and ad- this fact, was sent as a delegate to proof and furnished with modern im-
that it would soon every I
touch thistle down :
the convention which took Florida out of as as strong as hemp,
vised our people to take immediate steps the Union. In that convention :he constantly and very durable. NEW YORK. provement, including elevators and the elec-

towards securing the passing of the road advised moderation. The long cotton of Florida has now be- -- tric light. It will be fitted up in a less luxu-

r through Brooksville. He seemed to think He represented Florida in the Confederate rious manner. There will be no scarce for- #
at Richmond and in 1863 while come to rank in fineness and quality with MONOPOLY IN THE DRAMA-SENATOR WINDOMTO
Congress ,
that the company was not compelled by still a member of that Congress,' be was the cotton grown on the sea islands of South TAKE UP HIS RESiDENCE IN NEW YORK- eign woods for floors, ceiling and wainscoat-

their charter to run through this place, and elected to the position of Judge of the Cir- Carolina and Georgia, which States for a THE PARIS OF AMERICA-EXPORTING ing, no Turkish rugs etc., but the idea is to

that unless some inducements are offered cuit Court for the "Suwanee Circuit of Flor- provide every comfort and a certain amount .
hundred years have grown. the_ finest and CANDY TO ENGLAND-FIVE HUN-
ida, which embraced the counties now luxury which be devised for
the company will probably locate the road I composing the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Flor- best produced in the world,. This is attrib- DRED HORSES SHIPPED ABROAD. can men unable -

where the topography of the country is I uted altogether to the pains,and extremecare To the Editor of The Mirror: or unwilling to pay more than from

most favorable, without reference to the ida.In the dark days of reconstruction his in the selection of the best seed. The NEW YORK, February 17, 1883. six to ten dollars a week for a single room,
counsels were ever on the side of modera- or from eighteen to for suite consist-
interests of towns corporations.We thirty a
special or tion and an honest and complete acceptanceof growing of long cotton was is much a business i- Mr. J. H. Haverly the well-known theatrical -

have not time to discuss this matter at the situation, while he ever remainedtrue of science with the wealthy planters manager, is going to have fifty theatres ing of sitting room, dressing room, and

present, but it will be handled at length by to his political convictions, and always before the war as any other'industry, and is under his control next year and is now ac- study. The plans for this structure have "

dome of our correspondents in a subsequent expressed them boldly, though with liberality continued to this time. .The planters of tively at work perfecting his arrangements.He not yet been completed, but the architects ,
towards his
i ibsue.-Brooksville Crescent 'Upon the election opponents.of Hon. Geo. F. Drewto Florida, spurred on to emulate the more has secured very substantial backing, and are actively at work.

Volnsla. the Governorship, Judge Dawkins was successful planters of the islands, purchasedtheir feels confident of making a grand success of Said a leading candy manufacturer to me i

In company with Mr. H. Colt, the editorof appointed Judge! of the Fifth Judicial Circuit fine seed, and learned from them their his enterprise. Mr. Stetson will have three the other day : "Do you know that Eng-
which position he filled to the time land has become {
customer for
the Times rode over to Count 1)eBary'selegant up a pretty good
mode and manner of growing and prepar- theatres, Mr. Wallack two, and Mr. Abbey
of his death.
the confection's trade? It is but short
winter residence near Enterprise on About six years ago he was stricken with ing the article for market, and so successful two or three besides his stars. It is thus a 4
Tuesday last. We noted various improvements from which he recovered after time ago since a few purchases were made.
apoplexy, a have the farmers of Florida become that that theatrical business is becominga mono-
of the place and grounds going on, few months' illness, and again faithfully; Now dealers in candy on the British Isles
they are excelling their teachers. The thread poly, the same as almost every other kind of
the duties of his office.A .
and a large number of hands employed.We discharged import thousands of pounds almost every
year since an attack of paralysis de- and lace manufacturers of England, Germany commercial ventures. The small men will

found the count rambling through his prived him of the use of his right arm, and and France purchased these sea island go or remain as employ of the big ones, week. They particularly like our caramels,

flowergarden, viewing, with great happinessno rendered it difficult for him to discharge his cottons, and manufactured them into goodsfor while the latter will grow rich in proportion. cream drops and marsh mallows. There is k"

doubt the beautiful and rare flowers official duties. During all those weary some difficulty in packing the drops properly -
months his brave their trade. The J. & P. Coats Company Perhaps this concentration of effort will bea
strong, spirit struggled
which are to be found there at this season against disease and kept him hopeful of be- used it in their thread factory in Scotland, benefit after all, for while being able to however, as a long sea voyage generallyhas 4

of the year in great profusion. After a ing able to be of service to his fellowcitizens. and so profitable was it to. make into spool pay better prices for dramatic talent, both a bad effect on them.:' America is fast

But Providence had decreed otherwise the store-house of the world. Al-
cordial reception he invited us to becoming
accompanyhim {"
cotton that,the JViIlir \!, c Spool ThreadCompany authors and actors, managers will be able to
through his grounds, park and and there was a steady decline of all ready the Old World is a regular customerfor
groves I his powers, until a second stroke on Wed Willimanti Connecticut, com produce their novelties on a large scale and

to the fish ponds and sulphur springs, the : nesdaythe 7th inst., gave mournful presage menced operations, and purchased the raw much superior style, at a cheaper rate for our grain, our oats, our hops, our beef,'

latter being elegantly lilted up with bathhouses that the struggle would soon be over. A few material from the islands of Georgia and the people,and yet bound to get their money our pork and our fruit. Now they are be-

and the spring itself is as large as a days of lingering, free from physical pain, ginning to buy our luxuries and this too, _
South Carolina.
In the and back with
and at lucid intervals his friends years 1872 1873 a profit, no matter how unsuccessful 1
small pond, the stream from which gives recognizing with the cheapness of labor on the other *
and then the final summons came, and the a small quantity of Florida long cotton was the play.I 4J \
sufficient power to turn a small mill. From freed spirit of our honored friend left its purchased for the Willimantic Company, had a little talk with one of the princi- side. Last Saturday five. hundred head of y

he the frail tenement of left the brief authority and horses
his grove shipped present season clay working carriage were shippedto
which have gone on increasing in the num- pal editors of a leading magazine, who was
boxes of and this is and fallible verdicts of an earthly court Most of them
4,000 oranges, one England. were alreadysold
and in Heaven's High Chancery appeared ber of bales, until that company buy from at one time a theatrical manager. It seemsto
of the first crops from a fifty acre grove,anda and were sent at the buyers' risk. The
before the Infinite t "
Judge. the planters 5,000 bales a year of the very me, he said, that poets are not as plentiful

place upon which $250,000 has been ex- 0 change, stupendous change, finest and best cotton grown, through the as they used to be. At least our waste Bull's Head dealers say that the demand for
pended. We were taken through his ele- Burst are the prison bars American horses abroad is increasing from ".
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Banking and Cotton buying house of H. F. baskets get less of the moon, fewer sonnets,
halls billiard One moment here, so low in pain month month.
gant parlors, dining rooms, ,
And the Dutton & Co.. of Gainesville, Fla., composedof elegies and odes than they used to. Thereare
all of which is fine and beautifulin now-beyond stars. Cremation is
etc. The
as as In the death of her honored and trusted Henry F. Dutton, John Nichols and still a lot of women, who affect the Society steadily, though

architecture as money and the skill of citizen. Gainesville has suffered heavy loss. Walter Robinson, who buy directly from burnian style of thought and expression, withal quietly, progressing. The member- ,
the architect could make. This No man lived who had kinder is and of lectures
place was ever a or ship already large, by means -
the prodncer.thereby saving the expense, the and a few men who have not yet got over
commenced winter residence for his more generous heart. His chief pleasure and
as a pamphlets articles
consisted in making other people )happy, wear and tear.andconsequent kakageofmiddie the triolet fever which Oscar Wilde spread
daughter, who at the time was a consumptive and when he could they are striving to wean people from the
accomplish this without men as commission merchants. Fhe pro- broadcast, but outside of them we get but
but several winters there her back his idea of their in favor of having
gave agency being known his pleasure was burying dead -
ducergets his money downwhich makes the little trouble. I believe all the poets have
the best of health.-Enterprise Herald. all the greater. His generosity was entirely them consumed by fire. The necessity $,
magnanimous and unselfish. cotton a gold transaction-cash on the spot. taken to writing plays. And no wonder, for
------- --------- Manya the remains
of interred in
RAILROAD NOTES. deed of kindness was! done by him of The farmers heretofore passed their crops off the gains from a good play are much larger removing old city

which no one knew the source, and the re- for dry goods,groceries, hard ware and taxes ; than from any book, no matter how well it cemeteries sixty or seventy years ago is cer-. t
cipients will never know to tainly an argument which they will turn into
whom.they are now they sell their cotton for the cash, and sells. It seems strange to me,sometimes,how
PENSACOLA & ATLANTIC RAILROAD. circular indebted until the last great assize, when their favor for there is something
their store accounts taxes etc. it is for an author to dispose of a playto inexpres-
issued these memoirs shall be read from the rec pay up easy
Superintendent Chipley ord-book of the Judge who by their deeds themselves. This house has done much an actor or actress anxious to star. I have sibly shocking to the mind to have the
states that beginning Tuesday, March 1st, ashes of dear disturbed if
shall know them.: Gainesville Bee. : our ones not
good for Florida, in going to the planter and had plays read to me, which I thought so
regular trains will be between
run daily desecrated after in for
paying him the highest market price for his wretchedly poor that it would have been an resting peace years
River junction, at the Apalachicola, and AN IMPORTANT ENTERPRISE. A is in of ti
new crematory now
produce. So great a business has it become insult to a decent fire to spoil it with them, process erection -
Pensacola, and freight and passengers will Island. For
A LINE OF STEAMERS TO BE ESTABLISHED BE- with the J. & P. Coats Company that and yet the authors have disposed of themat on Long some reason or
be received for all the line '
points on of the other the about
people are
TWEEN FLORIDA AND LIVERPOOL:; they have established a purchasing housein handsome prices. Fortunately' for art very mysterious
Pensacola & Atlantic Railroad, and for it. No is allowed to enter the
The newest and most important. steamer the State, which all redounds to the ben- these plays do not live very long, sometimes one peculiar
points east of the junction. The freight and enterprise is the establishing of a :.line of mound-like structure which has arisen from
efit of the planter. By H. F. Dutton & Co. only two weeks, but this is often very hardon
accommodation trains which will leave Pen- steamers between Fernandina and other the midst of a Long Island plain, and the
Floridian ports and Liverpool. This;idea is classifying andpayingso much higher pricesfor the actor or actress who has invested his
sacola 24th inst. and River
Saturday, junc- in the refuse
extremely popular in Florida, and the the finer goods of long cotton, which, i or her little all in it. When an author, no principal men society absolutely r
tion the same day will take passengers charter to about the
was recently granted to that com- heretofore, was all lumped in and sold by matter how green he is, can command all the say anything building or '
through each vfay.-Floridinn. pany almost unanimously, and was -immediately its arrangements for the present.
lots and fine the induce- from $200 to $1,000 cash down for his
coarse together
way '
signed Governor
by Bloxhani. The Fulton
FLORIDA CENTRAL & The new Market is to be opened in
WESTERN.-This road incorporators are Sir Philip Hahghton ment for painstaking being destroyed, the play, plus a royalty or percentage. you may a few days, though without ceremonies. The '

under the able management of Colonel W. Clarke, of London ; A. B. Lindernian, of planters have gotten the quality of their see how hard hit theatrical people often are formal celebration will be held on April

M. Davidson, General Manager, is now Philadelphia, and Major A. J. Russell, of cotton up to a very high grade. At the when they have a piece of dramatic rot on 21st, the opening of the trout season when +,
Jacksonville.The : the fish dealers will provide an immense fish 4
equipped with some of the handsomest and plan of the company is to make arrangements Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia! it hand which is fit only to be guyed by an dinner for their guests. It was originally '

most comfortable coaches running in this with a number railroat(? companies took a medal ; at the Paris Exposition in audience." intended to have a house warming, on the

section, and a trip from our metropolis and: the other corporations holding 1878 it took a medal, winning opinions of I sat through a performance of a new occasion of taking possession, but the occu-

(Jacksonville) to the Floral City is not as it large bodies of land, to cut lumber and the very highest worth from the manufacturers American play the other evening. It is pants of the stalls were unable to agree on '
used to be in colonize the cleared lands. It is theh pro- the kind of entertainment to be provided.A .
the past, one to dread, but can to of delicate silk fabric-those called Her Atonement," and the authoris
be posed bring over emigrants on the return men portion of the dealers were in favor of a
much enjoyed)' alover of scenic beauty. trip, and furnish small bodies of l land at whose touch is as discerning and acute as one Anson Pond, a Wall Street broker, mammoth free lunch, and desired to have

Leaving, as you do.'the far-famed St. Johns merely nominal prices to actual settlers. the softest hand of a lady; and at the Atlanta with plenty of money and an itch for scrib- beer on tap, and crackers and cheese in
with its miles The lumber business in Florida will undoubtedly abundance for all comers during the entire
strike the adjacenHeyel country, you be very remunerative during, the Cotton Exposition, whereit: came in compe- bling. The play is very bad, and the actorsare day. The other party objected, saying that

undulating lands of Columbia next few years. In England alone; some tition with the cottons from the sea islands, helplessly at sea with it. Had it not an inducement like that would gather all

county, upon which fine crops of long staple 6,000,000 railroad ties are used yearly, and it took the first premium. been for Emily Rigl's sweet face, the piece the tramps in creation, who would keep out

cotton are growing: and continuing west, the demand for Florida pine is already large There is no country in the world so well would have been laughed off the stage ; even legitimate buyers. They proposed to give a
in the New York and
Cuban market. As the
at Madison dinner to city officials and distinguished
you enter the hilly portion of the lumber is cut the land will be cleared ready adapted to the,growth of this particular sta- she i is a total failure in her part-Martha citizens. The free-lunch people thereupon 4,

State, where the short cotton begins to flour- for settlers. It is believed this scheme will ple as Florida. It will not grow on the up- West, an unfortunate. retorted that the dinner advocates were too

ish, and on to Monticello, where it is in its give the State of Florida what is now. most lands of Georgia and South Carolina with Senator Windom, it is said, will after his aristocratic to be market men. They would a

native element and soil, viz. : clay. It is a lation.needed, cash The for her forests of the and a new-popu- out losing its distinctive quality and be- retirement take up his residence in New never consent to such an apish arrange-
president steamship company ment. As a result, it was agreed todo nothing -
queer sight to those from the hilly sectionsof will be A. B. Linderman, and Mr. ,coming short and coarse. The peculiar geo- York, joining that already large colony of and thus the tramps and professional

Georgia and South Carolina to look out Hastings will have charge of the business of graphical position of Florida, lying as it distinguished men who have gained fame free-lunchers are the sufferers. r:

on the growth so common to their eyes, and the company in Europe.Pliiladelphi4Press."ARLINGTON" does between the Atlantic and Gulf, and its and fortune in the provinces and come to I

see in the valley between these high clay TO BE PURCHASED.-A dis- shores washed by the Gulf stream, pro- the metropolis to enjoy them and if possible i fixed A CONTRAST.to-day for-The the display people of of Florida agriculturaland have e.

hills, beautiful lakes of pure, clear water, patch from Washington says the Senate duces an atmosphere adapted to the im- to add to them. Ex-Governor Stanford of manufacturing resources at their annual

surrounded .by semi-tropical growth, literally Judiciary Committee has agreed to report provement of the length, strength and California, has made himself quite at home State Fair. Along our northern frontier '
for passage a bill providing for the purchase: there i is howling winter and the who
festooned by long gray moss and mas- from George Washington Parke Curt Lee fineness of the staple nowhere else to be here now, and to further emphasize his determination live there are glad to huddle near people the fire

sive grapevines, while the winds sigh sweetly I the entire Arlington estate(comprising:1,100 found. Hence Florida by nature is favored to make the most of New.York i i' indoors. What diversity of interests, occu-

I through the solemn and beautiful cypress. acres n<:Washington city and including above all other countries for produc- life, he is going to buy a string of race horses pations, aims and desires lie between these

Reader if you have never seen this section, the National Cemetery) at a total c&st of ing this beautiful staple, that is spun into : and seek the same distinction on the turf wide extremes! In Florida the strawberries f
'. $150,000. The accrued taxes, some Sto.OOO, are ripening in Dakota about the
e., Middle Florida, from Live Oak west via are to be paid by Gen. Lee, who has :agreed hand and sewi ig machine thread, from which he has already gained on the trotting growing things; are icicles What a country only!

the.Florida Central & Western Railway to to the terms proposed by the committee.'.. number eight to five hundred ; into most track. New York is getting to be more and -Philadelphia Record. .

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'J GRAY HAIR. a degree at London University and had cided entirely in my hastily-formed opinionof surd. And yet, just toward the end of his I cause :you any embarrassment in the future.
S made himself thoroughly at home in English :Mr. Chung. His mellow, silvery voice, stay with us, it began to strike me uneasilythat That I am recalled does not much trouble
'.1-,; :' _" Some of the dust from the road of life literature. In fact, he was practicallyan his frank, truthful nianner, his perfect free- after all. even a Chinaman is human. me ; that I am going to die does not much
t w Has fallen upon ray hair Englishman in everything but face and dom from self-consciousness; all pleased and And when a Chinaman happens to have per- trouble me. but that I can never, could
,_, And silver threads from my raven locks clothing, His naturally fine intellect had impressed those stern critics, and by the end fect manners, noble ideas, delicate sensi- never, possibly have called you my wife
f '. Are gleaming out here and there; assimilated European thought and European of the evening they were both quite as much bility, and a chivalrous respect for English troubles me and cuts me to the very quick'It
And, oh, these meshes of silver gray feeling with extraordinary: ease, and it was taken with .delightful personality as I I ladies, it is perhaps just within the bounds is the bitterest drop in my cup of humili
s Tell of the moment flown- often almost impossible in talking with him myself had originally been. One link leadson 1. of conceivability that at some odd moments ation.."
V.' Of the day that's drawing to a close, to; remember that he was not one of our- to another; and the end of it all was an English girl might for a second partially "I knew it," said Effie with wonderful
,. : And the night that's coming on. selves. If you shut your eyes and listened, that when we went down to our sum- forget his oblique eyelids and his yellow composure.
? 't you heard a pleasant, cultivated, intelligent mer villa to Abbot's Norbury. nothing skin. I was sometimes half afraid that it You knew it?"
I", ,' : But the coming night seems cold and dark young Englishman; when you opened them would please Marian but that Mr. Chung might be so with Effie ; and though I don't "Yes, I knew it. I saw it from the second
1 ,3? > And my heart is filled with fears, again it was always a fresh surprise to find must, be invited down as one of our party. think she would ever herself have dreamed week you were!here, and I liked you for it.
La As thought flies backward,on weary wings, yourself conversing with a genuine, yellow- He came willingly enough, and for five or of marrying such a man-the physical barrier But, of course, it was impossible, so there is
t }, O'er the waste of vanished years; faced, pig-tailed Chinaman, in the full costume six weeks we had as pleasant a time togetheras between the races is far too profound for nothing more to be said about it."
And in the castle of Memory ; of the peacock's feather. any four people ever spent. Chung wasa that-I fancy she occasionally pitied poor Of course," said Chung. 4* Ah, that ter-
't! a Few jewels are treasured there; "You could never go back to live in Chi- perfect encyclopedia of information, while Chung's loneliness with that womanly pity rible of course! I feel it; you feel it; we all
But dross and rubbish that tell of earth na?" I said to him inquiringly, after a time. his good: humor and good spirits never for a which so easily glides into a deeper and feel it ; and yet what a horrible thing it is.
;pt!; ; Are visible everywhere.Even You could never endure life among your moment failed him under any circumstances closer sentiment. Certainly she felt his I am so human in everything else, but there
I own people after so long a residence in civ- whatsoever.One isolation greatly, and often hoped he would is that one impassable barrier between us
;, on the faithful register, ilized Europe?" day we had made up a little private never really be obliged to go back forever to and I myself cannot fail to recognize it. i
i v That hangs in Memory's.hall, My dear sir," he answered with a slight picnic at Norbury Edge, and were sitting together that hateful China. could not even wish you to feel that
i. ; I find only worthless deeds are traced- shudder of horror, you do not reflect what after luncheon under the shade of One lovely summer evening, a few days could marry a Chinaman." you
They are dark and blotted all; my position actually is. My governmentmay the big ash tree, when the conversation hap- before Chung's holiday was to end, and his At that moment-for a moment onlv-I
Hence, as approaches the eve of life, recall me any day. I am simply at pened to turn by accident to the small feet chief at the embassy expected him back almost felt as if I could have said to iiffie,
t,. My spirit shrinks back with fear their mercy, and I must do as lam bidden of Chinese ladies.I again, Marian and I had gone out for a stroll Take him !I" but the thing was too impossible
For threatening clouds o'erspread the sky, But you would not like China?" I put had often noticed that Chung was very together, and in coming home happened to -a something within us rises against it
k 4 s. And the night seems very hear. in. reticent about China; he did not like talk- walk above the little arbor: in the shrubbery -and I said nothing.
K y Like it!" he exclaimed, with a gesture, ing about his native country; and he was by the upper path. A seat let into the hedge "So now," Chung continued, "I must go,
,. By faith I turn-in the rosy East which, for a Chinaman, I suppose one must most pleased and most at home when we bank overhung the summer-house, and here We must both go back to the house. I bavsald
to ;t A beautiful star I see call violent. "I should abhor it. It wouldbe treated him most like European born. Evidently we both sat down silently to rest after our more than I ought to have said, and I
: ', Stand o'er the manger in Bethlehem, a living death. You who have never he hated the provincialism of the walking. As we did so we heard Chung's am ashamed of myself for having done so
w And it seems to shine for me; been in China can have no idea of what an Flowery Land, and loved to lose his iden- voice in the arbor close below, so near and. Yet in spite of the measureless: gulf that.parts
\ 'a And from the city of golden spires, awful misfortune it would be for a man who tity in the wider culture. of a Western civili-, so clear that every word was quite distinctly us, I felt I could not return to
a r. Whose gates just now are ajar, has acquired civilized habits and modes of zation. audible. China without having told you. Will you
"- I catch a radiant beam of light thought to live among such a set of more "How funny it will be," said Effie "to "For the last time in England," he was forgive me?"
:; ;\',la; From the bright and morning star. than mediaeval barbarians as my countrymen see Mrs. Chung's tiny feet when they bring saying, with a softly regretful cadence in I am glad you did," said Effie ; '1 it will
'" ,: 1.' 1 still remain at the present day. Oh, her to London. I suppose one of these dayson his tone, as we came upon him. reli<2ve you."
;I2' r And when upon Jordan's restless wave no ; God grant that I may never have to re- one of your flying visits to Pekin, you The last time, Mr. Chung?" The other She stood a minute irresolute, and then
,;'! I shall launch my way-worn bark. turn there permanently, for it would be will take to yourself a wife in your coun- voice was Effie's. "What on earth do you she began again : Mr. Chung, I am too
: :::.;.-' The dust from the road of life" shall fall more than I could endure. Even a short try?" mean by that?" horrified to know what I ought to do. I
; "fr\:I From my tresses long and dark ; visit to Pekin is bad enough ; the place reeksof "No," Chung answered, with quiet dignity What I say, Miss Walters. I am recalledto can't grasp it and take it all in so quickly.If .
: # And the lines of care upon my brow, cruelty, jobbery and superstition from "I shall never marry-that I have quite China; I got the letters of recall the day you had money of your own, would you
''W. And the pain within my breast, end to end; and I always breathe the more decided in my own mind. before 'esterda ." be able to run away and live somehow?"
''y'::"; Shall pass' away as my bark draws near freely when I have once more got back on Oh, don t say that," Marian put in, "The day before) yesterday,and you never "1 might possibly:' ," Chung answered,
."':f.'!", : This beautiful land of rest. to the deck of an European steamer that quickly. I hate to hear men say they'll told us! Why didn't you let us know be- "but not probably. A Chinaman, even if
flies the familiar British flag." never marry. It is such a terrible mistake. fore?" he wears European clothing, is too markeda
'"f'' i MR. CIl "Then you are not patriotic," I venturedto They become so selfish and frumpish and "I did not know that you would interest person ever to escape. The only chance
,"rr'I say. old bachelorish." yourself my private affairs.." would be by going to Mauritius or Cali-
t ; The first time I ever met poor Chung was Patriotic?" he replied, with a slight curl Dear Marian has a high idea of the ser- :Mr. Chung !'! There was a deep air of reproach fornia, where I might getlostin the crowd."
li''i at one of Mrs. Bouverie Barton's Thursday of the lip. "How can a man be patrioticto vices she has rendered to society in savingher in Effie's tone. '. 41 But, :Mr. Chung, I have money of my
r i' evening receptions in Eaton Place. Of course such a mass of corruption and abomination own fortunate husband from this miser- "Well, :Miss Walters, that is not quite own. What can I do? Help me tell me.
I:v you know Mrs. Bouverie Barton is the cleverest as our Chinese government? I can able and deplorable condition. true. I ought not to have said it to friendsso I can't let a fellow creature die for a mere
.... ,. 'j literary hostess at this moment living understand a patriotic Russian, a.patriotic "Perhaps so," Chung replied quietly. kind as you have all shown yourselves to prejudice of race and color. If I were your
I .,; I in London. Herself a well-known novelist, Egyptian, nay, even a patriotic Turk,; but a "No doubt what you say is true, as a rule. be. No; my real reason was that I did not. wife it would be yours.U it my
f' ; ':, she collects around her all the people worth patriotic Chinaman-why, the very notionis But, for my own part, T could never marrya wish to grieve you unnecessarily, and even duty ?"
,' knowing at her delightful "At Homes;" palpably absurd. Listen, my dear sir ; Chinawoman ; I am too thoroughly Eu- now I would not have done so ; only -" "No," said Chung, "It is more sacrifice
..: ;, and whenever you go there you are sure to you ask me if I could live in China? No, I ropeanized for that; we should have absolutely "Onl1"At than any woman ought to make for any
,,';: I meet, somebody whose acquaintance is a couldn't; and, for the best of all possible no tastes of sympathies in common. this moment I for my part thought we man. You like me but that is all."
".: f t treasure and an acquisition for your whole reasons, they wouldn't let me. You Jon'tknow You don't know what my countrywomenare had heard too much. I blushed up to my "If I shut my eyes and only heard you, I
"'", after life. Ah, yes, an admirable woman, what the furious prejudices and blind like, Mrs. Walters." eyes at the thought that we should have un- think.. I could love you."
Mrs Bouverie Barton. superstition of that awful country reallyis. hAh, no 1" said my wife, contemplatively wittingly played the spy upon these two Miss Effie," said Clmng suddenly, "this
':': .. Well, it so happened on one of those enjoyable Before I had been there three months ; "I suppose your people are all heath- innocent young people.I is wrong, very wrong of me. I have let my
,:' ; Thursday evenings that I was sitting they would accuse me either of foreign prac- en8. Why, goodness gracious, Mr. Chung, was just going to call out and rush down weakness overcome me. I won't stop any
,::.,":, on the circular ottoman in the little tice, or, what comes to much the same thing, if it comes to that, I suppose really you area the little path to them ; but as I made a longer. I have done what I ought not to
I' back room with Miss Amelia Hogg, the fa of witchcraft; and they would put me to heathen yourself?" slight movement forward, Marian held my : have done, and I shall go this minute. Just
\ 't death by one of their most horrible tortur- parried the question gracefully. before I shut and let
:' ii 'mOllS woman's rights advocate. Now. if Chung wrist with an imploring gesture, and once go your eyes me
ing punishments-atrocities which I could Don t know," said he, "what Lord kiss the tips of fingers. Thank
,'I' there is a subject on earth that infinitely) you earnestly put her finger on my lips.I your you.
': "J I bores me, that subject is woman's rights ; not even mention in an English drawingroom Chesterfield answered to the lady who asked was overborne, and I regret to say that I No, I will not stop," and without another
and if there is a person on earth who can That is the sort of Damocles sword him what religion professed? Madame, stopped and listened. Marian did not uttera word he was gone.
,::'" make it absolutely unendurable,that person that is always hanging over the head of the religion to which all wise men belong.: word, but speaking rapidly on her fingers, Marian and I stared at one another in
.' <'c., is Miss Amelia Hogg. So I let her speak on every Europeanized Chinaman who returns 'And what is that?' said she. 'Madame, no as we all had learned to do for poor Tom, blank horror. What on earth was to be
1 '':, placidly in her own interminable manner against his own freewill to h\s native land. wise man ever says.: she said impressively, For God's sake nota done? All solutions were equally impossible. -
about the fortunes of the Bill-she always I was startled and surprised. It seemed "Never mind Lord Chesterfield," said sound. This is serious. We must and Even to meet Chung at dinner was
Ifi. talks as though her own pet bill were the so natural and simple to be talking under Effie, smiling "but let us come back to the ought to hear it." Marian is a very clever terrible. We both knew in our hearts thatif
,.:' only bill now existing on this sublunary Mrs. Bouverie Barton's big chandelier with future Mrs. Chung. I'm quite disappointedyou woman in those matters ; and when she Chung had been an Englishman, remain-
"" ;I.. planet-and while interposed an occasional:: this interesting young man, and yet so im- won't marry a China woman ; but at thinks anything a point of duty to poor ing in heart and soul the very self-same man
Indeed or Quite so', for form's sake, I possible for a moment to connect him in any rate I suppose you'll marry somebody?" Tom's girl, I always give way to her im- he was, we would willingly have chosen him
:: 't' gave myself up in reality to digesting the thought with all the terrible things that one Well, not an European, of course," Marian plicitly. But I confess I didn't like it. for Effie's husband. But a Chinaman!
'. 4'i.1a. conversation of two intelligent people who had read in books about the prisons and put in. Only -" Effie had said. Reason about the prejudice as we like,there it
.,,3.' sat back to back to us on the other side of penal laws of China ; that a graduate ofLondon Oh, of course not," Chung echoed, with Only I felt compelled to now. I could is, a thing not to be got over, and at bottomso
]1 University, a philosopher learnedin true Oriental imperturbability."Why real that even the notion of
-: :, the round ottoman. not leave without telling you how deeply I very gettingover
;" Yes,'' said one of the speakers in a Peculiarly all the political wisdom of Ricardo, Mill, of course?" Effie asked, half unconsciously had appreciated all your kindness:' it is terribly repugnant; to our natural
.F, { soft, silvery voice, which contrasted and Herbert Spencer, should really be sub- ; and yet the very unconsciousness But, Mr. Chung, tell me one thing," she instincts. On the other hand, was poor
x li oddly with! Miss Hogg's querulous treble, jected to that barbaric code of abominable with which she asked the question asked earnestly ; why have they recalled Chung, with his fine, delicate feelings, his
",'; 44 his loss is a very severe one to contemporary tortures was more than one could positively showed in itself that she instinctively felt you to Pekin ?" courteous manners, his cultivated intellect,
< philosophy. His book on the Physiology realize.I the gulf as much as any of us. If Chung I had rather not tell yon." his English chivalry, to go back among the
\ 4 ,: of Perception' is one of the most masterly hesitated a moment, and then I said : had been a white man instead of a yellowone I insist." savage semi-barbarians! of Pekin, and to be
: J' :' pieces of analytic work I have ever "But of course they will never recall you." she would hardly have discussed the "Because they are displeased with my put to death, in heaven knows what in-
met with in the whole course of my psychological "I trust not." he said quietly ; "I pray question at issue with so much simplicityand foreign tastes and habits, which have been human manner, for the atrocious crime of
not. Very likely they will let me stop here obvious innocence. having outstripped his race and nation ?
i reading. It was to me, I confess, f reported to them by some of my fellow attach -
; o. ," who approached it fresh from the school of, all my life time. I am an assistant interpreter Well, I will tell you why," Chung an- s." The thing was too awful to contemplateeither

t, Schelhng and Hegel, a perfect revelation of to the Embassy, in which capacity I swered. "Because, even supposing any But, )Ir. Chung, uncle says there is no way.
a posteriori thinking. I shall never cease am useful to Pekin ; whereas, in any home European lady were to consent to becomemy knowing what they will do to you. They We walked home together without a word.
4:,, ,t ,- to regret that he did not live long enough to appointment, I would, of course, be an utter wife, which is, in the first place, emi- may kill you on absurd charge or other! Chung had taken the Tower path ; we took
I complete the second volume:' failure, a manifest impossibility. But thereis nently improbable, I could never think of of, witchcraft or something equally meaningless. the upper one and followed him at a distance.
i' ;t Just at this point Miss Hogg had come to really no accounting for the wild vagariesand putting her in the terribly false positionhat ." Effie remained behind for a while in the
; ',i i' a pause in her explanation of the seventy- caprices of the Vermillion Pencil. For she would have to occupy under existing "I am afraid," answered imperturbably, summer-house. I don't know how we man
i,; 't 1 J, first clause of the bill, and I stole a look aught I know to the contrary, I might even circumstances. To begin with her place "that may be the case. I don't mind at all aged to dress for dinner, but we did some- {
'\\i : .,.i\ round the corner to see who my philosophic be recalled to-morrow. If once they suspecta in English society would be a peculiar and a on my own account-we Chinese are an how ; and when we went down into the
J "i'1 neighbor might be. An Oxford don, no man of European sympathies, their first trying one. But that is not all. You,must apathetic race, you know-but I should be little drawing-room at 8 o'clock, we were not
I : :': doubt, I said to myself or a young Cambridge idea is to cut off his head. They regard i it remember that I am still a subject of the sorry to be a cause of grief to any of the dear surprised to hear that Miss Effie had a headache -
t'; professor, freshly crammed to the as you would regard the first plague spot of f Chinese Empire, and a member of the Chi- friends I have made in England." and did not want any dinner that
cholera or small-pox in a great city." nese Civil Service.. I day be evening. I was more surprised, however,
\ I i throat! with all the learning of the Moral may any recalled "Mr. Chung! This time the tone was
>", Science Tripos.: Heaven forbid that they should ever recall to China, and of course-I say 'of one of unspeakable horror. when, shortly before the gong sounded, one
i ::1' Imagine my surprise when, on glancing you,'' I said earnestly,for already I bad course' this time advisedly would be absolutely "Don't speak like that," Chung said of the servants brought me a little twisted
i ",I: casually) at the silvery-voiced speaker. I discovered taken a strong fancy to this strange phenomenon impossible for me to take an Eng- quickly. There is no use in taking troubleat note from Chung written hurriedly in
." P: ; a full-blown Chinaman Yes, a of Western education grafted on lish wife to Pekin with me. So I am placedin interest. may come to no harm ; at any pencil, and sent, she said, by a porter from
an immemorial Eastern stock and I had this awkward dilemma. I would the railway station. It ran thus:
;f : yellow-skinned, almond-eyed, Mongolian- ; never rate, it will not matter much to any one but
;" featured Chinaman, with a long pigtail read enough of China to know that what he care to marry anybody except a European myself. Now let us go back to the house.I Dear Mr. Walters: Excuse great haste.
-* ,; hanging down his back, and attired in the said about his probable fate if he returned lady ; and to marry a European lady wouldbe ought not to have stopped here with youso Compelled to return to town immediately.
official amber silk robe and purple slippers there permanently was nothing more than an act of injustice to her which I could long, and it is nearly dinner time." Shall write more fully to-morrow. Just in
: .. of a mandarin of the third grade, and the the literal truth. The bare idea of such a never dream of committing. But consider- No," said Effie firmly ; "we will not go time to catch up express. Yours ever, '
'\ i silver button. catastrophe was too horrible to be realizedfor ing the justifiable contempt which all Eu- back. I must understand more about this. "CHUNG.
4 ;.,' i'i My curiosity was so fully aroused by this a moment in Eaton Place. ropeans rightly feel for us poor John China- There is plenty of time before dinner, and if Evidently, instead of returning to the
r i '" strange discovery that I determined to learn As we drove home in our little one-horse men, I don't think it probable in any case not, dinner must wait." house he had gone straight to the station.
; l something more about so curious a product brougham- that evening, my wife and Effie that the temptation is at all likely to arise. .* But, :Miss Walters, I don't think I oughtto After all, Chung had the true feelings of a
t r of an alien civilization ; and therefore, after were very anxious to learn what manner of And so, if you please, as the news'papers always have brought you out here, and I am gentleman. He could riot meet Effie again
.,. t a few minutes, I managed to give Miss Ame- man my Chinese acquaintance might really put it, the subject then dropped. quite sure I ought not to stay any longer.Do after what had passed, and he cut the
!' lea Hog theslip by drawingin young Harry be ; and when I told them what a charming We all saw that Chung was in earnest as I return. Your aunt will be annoyed." Gordian knot in the only way possible.
': ; Farquhar, the artist, at the one hundred person I had found him, they were both inclined to his wish that no more should be said : Bother aunt! She is the best woman in Effie said nothing to us,and we said noth-
'! and twentieth section, and making my way rather to laugh at me for my enthusi about the matter, and we respected his feelings the world, but I must hear all about this. ing to Effie, except to show her Chung'snote
in off-hand
< quietly across the room to Mrs. Bouverie astic description. accordingly ; but that evening, as we :. Mr. Chung, why don't you say you won'tgo next morning a casual,
"I'' Barton. Ef ie, in particular, jeered much at the no- sat smoking the arbor after the ladies had and stay in England in spite of them?" fashion. Two days later a note came for us
;t "The name of that young Chinaman?" tion of an intelligent and earnest-minded retired, I said to him quietly: I Nobody ever disobeys Effie. and so Chung from the embassy in It Chung's contained pretty incisive -
t. our hostess said, in answer to my question. Chinaman. "Tell me, Chung, if you really dislike : wavered visibly."I handwriting. copious
I! ,.- "Oh, certainly ; he is Mr. Chung, of the "You know, uncle, darling," she said in China so very much, and are soanxious: not I will tell you why," he answered excuses:: for his that hasty he departure ordered, and back a few
: ':, Chinese Legation. A most intelligent and her bewitching way, "all your geese are always to return there, why don't you throw off. slowly ; "because I cannot. I am a servantof China lines to say the next mail was which started two
r : well-educated young man, with a great deal swans. Every woman you meet is ab- your allegiance altogether, become a British the Chinese Government, and if they by ,
I later. Marian and I talked it all
of taste for European literature. Introduce solutely) beautiful, and every man is per- subject, and settle down among us for good i choose to recall me, I must go." but days could think of could over be,
;' I you?-of course, this minute." fectly delightful-till auntie and I have seen and all?" "But they couldn't enforce their de we nothingshat
of and after all said
c; ; And she led the way back to where my them" I "My dear fellow," he said, smiling, "you mand." any use; be we mistaken to one about another
:: .: : Oriental phenomenon was still sitting, deep Perfectly true, Effie," I answered; "it is don't think of the difficulties. I may say the "Yes, they could. Your government the poor Chung fate that might in for him.
1 f. as ever in philosophical problems with Pro- an amiable weakness of mine, after all?" impossibilities, in the way of any such plan would give me up." "I probable don't think was Effie said store when -
: fessor Woodstock, a spectacled old gentleman However, before the week was out, Effie as you propose. It is easy enough for a "But, Mr. Chung, couldn't you run away we
t of German aspect, who was evidently and Marian between them would have it European to throw off his nationality when and hide for a while, and then come out showed her the letter, "I ever met such a ,
I believe he is
t pumping him thoroughly with a view tot that I must call upon Chung and ask him ever he chooses; it is a very different thingfor again and live like an Englishman ?" nice man as"Mr. Chung.
> the materials for Volume Forty of his forthcoming to dine with us at Kensington Park Terrace. an Asiatic to do so. :Moreover, I am a "No," he answered quietly ; "it is quite stand really) a hero. We pretended not to under- .
'., '.: great work on "Ethnical Psychology. Their curiosity was piqued for one thing; member of a legation. My government impossible. A Chinaman couldn't get workin what she could mean by it. back "
t: ." and for another thing, they thought it rather would never willingly let me become a England as a clerk or anything of that The days went by, and we went
:S I sat by Mr.Chung for the greater' part of the thing in these days of expansive cos- naturalized Englishman ; and if I tried to sort, and I have nothing of my own to live again to the dull round of London society.We
\ what was left of that evening. From the mopolitanism to be on speaking terms witha manage it against their will they would demand upon." heard nothing more of Chung for many
Chinese attache" and would their silence of few minutes. Both weeks, and at last one morning I found a
t t verv first he exercised a sort of indescribable my extradition, carry There was a
I : ( fascination over me. His English had hardly "Japanese are cheap," said Effie, horri point, too, as a matter of international cour- were evidently thinking it out. Effie broke letter on the table bearing the Hong Kong
h y -t a trace of foreign accent, and his vojce was bly cheap of late years-a perfect drug in tesy, for one nation could never interfere the silence first. postmark. I opened it hastily. As I sup-
,t t ,t f one of the sweetest and most exquisitely the market; but a Chinaman is still, thank with the accredited representative of another, "Oh, Mr..Chung, do you think they will posed, it was a note from Chung. It was
D.; modulated that I have ever !heard. When heaven, at a social premium." or with any of his suite. Even if I were to really put you to death?" written in a very small hand on a tiny
t'' t! he looked at you, his deep, calm eyes be Now, though I am an obedient enough abscond and get rid of my personality altogether "I don't think it; I know it." square of rice paper, and it ran as follows :
: ; ;,',f.i:I spoke at once the very essence of transpar husband, as husbands.go, I don't always ac- what would be the use of it? No- "You know it?" "THEIN-SHAN PRISON, PEKIN, Dec. 8.
m ent sincerity. cede to Marian's wishes in these matters ;' body in England could find any employmentfor "Yes." "My dear Friend : Immediately on my
: 'II Before the evening was over, he had told but everybody takes it for granted that Effie's a Chinaman. I have no property of my Again a silence and this time Chung return here I was arrested on a charge of
J me the whole history of his education and will is law. Effie I may mention parenthet- own ; I depend entirely upon my salary for broke it first. "Miss Effie," he said, "one witchcraft, and of complicity with the
4 his past life. The son of a well-to-do Pekin ically, is more than a daughterto us, for she support; my position is therefore quite hope- Chinaman more or less in the world does foreign devils to introduce the Western bar-
mandarin, of distinctly European tastes, he is poor Tom's only child; and, of course, less. I must simply let things go their own not matter much, and I shall never forgive barism into China. I have now been in a
t j; had early passed all his examinations in everybody connected with dear Tom is way and trust to chance not to be recalledto myself for having been led to grieve you fora loathsome prison in Pekin for three weeks,
2' China, and had been selected by the Celes- doubly precious to us now, as you may Pekin." moment even though this is the last timeI in the midst of sights and sounds which I
tial government as one of the first batch of easily imagine. So when Effie had made During all the rest of Chung's visit we let shall be.able to speak to you. But I see dare not describe to you. Already I have
students to acquire the tongues and sciences up her mind that Chung was to dine withus. him roam pretty much as he liked about the you are sorry for me ; and nowChinamanas very little doubt that I shall be brought to
of the Western barbarians. Chung's billet the tiling was settled; and I called at his place, and Effie and I generally went with I am, I must speak out-I can't leave you trial and executed within a few weeks. I
was to England, and here, or in Franc j., he rooms and! duly invited him, to the general him. Of course, we never for a moment without having told you all I feel. I am write now begging you not to let Miss Effie
w Lad lived, with a few intervals, ever since satisfaction of everybody concerned. fancied it possible that Effie could conceiv- going to a terrible end and I know it-so hear of this, and if my name happens to be
he had first come to man's estate. He had The dinner was a very pleasant one, and ably take a fancy to a yellow man like him; you will forgive me. We shall never meet mentioned in the English papers, to keep
y picked up our language quickly, had taken for, a wonder, Effie and Marian both coin- the very notion was too preposterously ab again, so what I am going to say need never my fate a secret from her as far as possible. 1 1 1I 1X

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trust to chance for the opportunity of 1 water mark, while the increasing; volume of In the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Groceries Provisions, Ship Chandlery etc tr

getting this letter forwarded to Hong Kong, \ water coming down the Ouachita and the Circuit of .Florida, Nassau -
and I have had to write it secretly, for I am Red ri\'crsgive only too great reason to fear County. .
not allowed pen, ink or paper. Thank you that all the fine plantations between the H.E.DOTTERERINVITES
& Co.
much for your very great kindness to me. I lower Ouachita ana the Mississippi will be SAMUEL B. HUBBARD .

am not sorry to die, for it is a mistake for a inundated. The rise in the Mississippi, vs. '
man to have lived outside the life of his own from Cairo southward, has already broughtthat BENj. EAGER & CHARLES R. i 6
people, and there was no place left for me riyer to within about six feet
on earth. Good-by. Ever yours gratefully, highest point reached last year,and on Wednesday & MURRAY, SIMON TEMPLE. ,

CHUXG." the gauge showed that it was risingat et al.BY. .J *
The letter almost drove me wild with ineffectual the rate of eighteen inches in twenty-four VIRTUE OF A .FINAL DECREE -t
remorse and regret. Why had I I hours. Thus far the volume of water com- by the Hon. James M. Baker. ( PINE FAMILY GROOERIEST
tried to Chung to remain in ing down the Missouri has not been greatly Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
not England? \Vliy j persuade had I not managed to increased ; but if the rains continue, and the Florida I will sell in front of the court- 1

smuggle him out of the way, and to find melting' snow should swell its tributaries, house, in the city of Fernandina, on the ,
kind of light employment suchas as is customary about this season of the first Monday in March, being the 5th day of
him some ,
the inundation of the low grounds of said month all the right, title and interestof
I year ,
even a Chinaman might easily have per- for EMBRACING NEA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF !f "
both banks
formed? But it was no use regretting it the Mississ ippi, on many Benjamin Eager, Charles R. Murray, et
The fixed be- : miles inland, will be more extensive than al., in and to the following described prop-
impassable gulf was
now. and it has been known for years, unless the resist- erty, to-wit: The right, title and interest to FANCY IMPORTED
us was possible even
tween ; of the levees should be greater which the "t '
to realize that this amiable ing power the lands upon Eager, or Tolu, r
student, versed in all the science and phil- than they have proved to be on similar occasions mills is situated, near Brandy Branch, i in ;
of the nineteenth century, had been heretofore. That there should be Nassau county ; also a tramway running ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED
osophy alive to the tender mercies of a great alarm at Cairo is not surprising, con- from said mill two miles on the west side of
handed over
mediaeval barbarism and sidering its low position at the junction of the Transit Railroad, and log wharf belong-
worse than super- the Ohio with the Mississippi. Between the PURE AND OF GOOD .
stition. My heart sank within me, and I ing to said mill ; also right, privilegesand QUALITY.ESPECIAL iy -
to show the letter to Cairo and Memphis, except at a few points, contracts for stumpage entered into by -
did not venture even the lands are above the reach of floods. The Eager & Murray with the Florida Land Improvement '
the bluffs on which Memphis is built renders Company ; also one cart, two
days passed hea'ilyindeed.
For some
that city secure from danger; but below trucks with the harness and equipmentsbelunging +
out of.: +
I not Chung -
get my ..J..I..k
) the alluvial plantations are even ,
mind and mentioned I saw that :Kffie his could not but either.I now Memphis in such serious danger that the plantersare thereto.J. A. ELLE MANN, Receiver. FINE TEAS AND COFFEES [it i-
name no-
We never ;
moving their stock and household effects Fernandina, March 8, 1883.
Ethic had from Mudie's all the -
that w
ticed -
to the high lands. The one point of +
about China that she could hear of
books hope is that the spring flood on the Missouri OF FLORIDA, )
and that she was reading up with a sort of will not make its presence felt until later; STATE OF NASSAU. [ THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. '
all the that relatedto
awful interest chapters the swollen waters of the Ohio, the Tennessee To James O'Boyle-You are hereby noti- 1 '
Chinese law and Chinese criminal punish- and the Cumberland will be difficult fied that writ of attachment has been issued

ments. Poor child, the subject evidently enough of themselves to cope with. Whether against you and your property attached, to NEW GOODS Received Steamer.Cor.
enthralled her with a terrible fascination, by Every
and overwhelmthe .
they will get the mastery satisfy the demand of twenty-five dollars. W
and I feared that the excitement she was in I
plantations on the bottom lands of the Now, unless you shall appear before II. J. 31
might One bring on a brain fever. Mississippi without the help of the spring Baker, Esq., County Judge and ex-officio Jus-

morning, early in April, we were all floods in the Missouri, the report of the next tice of the Peace in and for said county, at Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA.\.
seated in the little breakfast room about 10
ten days will tell.-Baltimore Sun. his office at Fernandina, on the 12th day of :
o'clock and Effie had taken the outside .
up March A. D. 1883 at 10 o'clock in the fore-
sheet of the Times, while I was engaged in Real Estate. J 17
looking over the telegrams in the central SAD SOUTHERN STORIES.He noon,judgment will rendered against you "aLEAL AND RBTAlt.
and sold to the debt.
your property pay i
pages. Suddenly she gave a cry of horror, was a tall, sour-looking man, from Dated this 12th day of January 1883.J. H
flung down the paper with a gesture of the Pecos, and he was gazing with intereston A, ELLERMANN. J!
awful repugnance, and fell from her chairas the newly.painted Indian of a San Anto- 8-td Plaintiff.IMPORTANT. O
stiff and white as a corpse. I knew instinctively nio tobacco store. P O THE FLORIDA *

what had happened, and I took "That ain't no Indian," he muttered. 0 ; his F
her up in my arms and carried her to her "What did you say?" asked the tobac- ( r : IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.
room. After the doctor had come, and Effie conist, who was proud of his sign."I rpOWN
had recovered a little from the first shock, I said it wasn't a d-d bit like an Indian." Ha ;
the it said the tobacconist TO ORIGINAL OWNERS OF LANDS SOLD
took up the paper from ground where : My friend, you r
and read the curt little paragraph which' not enough to it. Step and ex- ,
lay are near up FOR THE NON-PAYMENT OF DIRECT rv Fernandina,
contained the news that seemed to us so amine it closely, and you will I see the re A. B. NOTES
semblance. TAXES IN 1863, 1864, AND 1865. .
: i Towns on R. R. Line
The numerous persons who made the acquaintance That is exactly what kills the resem- /CORRESPONDENCE is invited by the \

of Chung FoTsiou, late assistant blance," said the man from the Pecos; for \j undersigned from those persons(or their -DEALER IN- i-t And Cedar Key.

interpreter to the Chinese embassy in Lon- you never can get near the real Indian when legal representatives) who, at the time such i
don, will learn with regret that this unfortunate you are looking for him. and he does not sales of real estate were made, were the orig- r
member of the civil service has care to let you examine him too closely." inal owners thereof. In most instances these DOM Family Supplies, c

been accused of witchcraft and executed at sales realized more than the tax upon them, .
Pekin by the frightful Chinese method "What luck did yogi hab las' night?" and the surplus so realized amounted to P Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large ;

known as the Heavy Death. Chung Fo asked Aminidab Bledsoe, of Whangdoodle nearly $:00.000. Efforts are being madeto ""'- HEAVY GROCERIES, P
Tsiou was well known in London and Paris, Baxter, two of the most popular coloredmen have this large sum returned to the orig- ;S; P number of the most eligible and desirable

where he spent many years of his official in Austin, or in this section of Texas, inal owners of the property from which it Lots suitable for Business
life, and attracted some attention by his for that matter. was received, and those interested should Hay and Grain, 00 Purposes, or for ;.

natural inclination to European society and "Didn't hab no luck at all. Dar was no take action at once if they desire to recover ( City or Suburban Residences,
manners." chickens in reach. I found a lot of shirtshangin' the balance due them.: Business in- IDH

Poor Chung! His end was too horrible for on a line, but de wcdder was so inclement trusted to the undersigned will be promptlyand ; &- SHIP STORES- C i
an English reader even to hear of it. But dat de shirts and udder close was satisfactorily attended to. Reference- Z 0 UPON EASY TERMS.
Effie knew it all and I did not wonder that froze to de line so tight I couldn't pull 'em Citizens' National Bank, Washington, D. C. S
the news should have affected her so deeply. off. )fa'bede Lawd will temper de wind to P ti

Effie was some weeks ill, and at first we de shorn lamb. and moderate de wedder, so AddressGEORGE E. LEMON, Furniture, Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
almost feared her mind would give way I kin pull dem close offen de line if dey am GCcc
Lock Box 325
under the pressure. Not that she had more still out ter night." Stoves, parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- ,
\ than merely liked poor Chung,but the sense Why didn't yer cut de line at bofe ends '
of horror was too great for her easily to cast and go off wid de line, close and all ?" Groceries ami Provisions. Paints, rial enterprises, who will erect on the pioj ;
it off. Even I myself did not sleep lightlyfor "Brudder Whangdoodle, nex't time I'll -
many and many a day after I heard the be proud ter hab yer go along. You has NOYES, O Crockery, y erty purchased substantial improvements
terrible truth. But while Effie was still ill, studied de subject line upon line and precept AB. OQUl c
Successor to W. A. SANBORN)
( Hardware for residence in which to conduct their
a second letter reached us, written this time upon precept. F; I or
in blood with a piece of stick, apparently, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
on a scrap of coarse English paper, such as Colonel McCracken enjoys the reputa- < Willow-Ware. 5 business. {

that which is used for wrapping up tobacco.It tion of pouring out more whisky for one GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS -

was no more than this : drink than any other man in Austin, newly- CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, H

"Execution to-day. Keep it from Miss elected members of the Legislature excepted. o a by exemption for a term of years from
Effie. Cannot forgive myself for having The Colonel was taking a drink at the Gent- Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near H

spoken to her. Will you forgive me? It ly Dreaming Saloon, when the bar-keeper Steamboat Landing, 5 taxation, offered by the several cities and

was the weakness of a moment; but even remarked : FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
Chinamen have hearts. I could not die "I say, Colonel. I waited on a man a = '- towns. Apply to ;
without telling her. CHUXG." while ago who poured out a bigger drink of Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. CHAS. W. LEWIS, 1
I showed Effie the scrap afterward-it had whisky than you do." Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in O i a

come without a line of explanation from 44 He was probably a member of the Legis- large quantities. ri tovna th tovnat ? p-Ofl cor.Beach & 7th sts., Fernandina.
Shanghai-and she has kept it ever since lature. He don't count. I can't compete Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa-
locked up in her little desk as a sacred me- with old professionals. ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the
mento. I don't doubt that some of these 44 No, he isn't a member of the :Legislature. best in the world. L' J r

days Effie will marry, but as long as she He is a very intelligent-looking man, Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED
lives she will bear the impress of what she a stranger to me. He is in the other room PLOWS.
has suffered about poor Chung. An English playing billiards." Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON-

girl could not conceivably marry a China- Why, that's my son Tom. He has lust VILLE. 33 F
man but now that Chung i:5:: dead, Effie can- come home from a military school in Ken --- i

not help admiring the steadfastness, the tucky.-Texas Siftings. Building* )Material fot ALL PLANTS for ALL CROPS, for ALL CJ -
and the noble of her MATES.' Ah are tested; only the beet sent out t,
qualities Grain and Farm Reed' Manual;History and best method I II
Chinese lover. It is an awful state of things A TRAVELERS STORY.-After spending I of culture of Grains,Root Grasses, Fodder Crops, Tree ___ _
which sometimes brings the nineteenth century months at watering places and consultingthe IPlantiMr. etc. only lOcts. Anneal. Catalogue and Price List of POOR SEEDS.
,several thousand varieties, FREE.SIBLEY'SSEEDS
and and horrible primitive juxtaposition.barbarism into such Arbutlmot close best home physicians disheartened without and benefit expected, I returned to- BRICK, LIME, HAIR, I II I sISLET' SEEDS HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. Rochester, N.Y. Chicago, !III.!! "

Wilson in BeJgravia. die. A friend urged a trial of Parker's Gin- --- ..
ger Tonic. Three bottles and careful diet PLASTER, CEMENT, ,

have brought me excellent health and spirits,
and I hope experience benefit sim-
ilar sufferers.-Cincinati lady. See other DYSPEPSIA SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH,
The floods which are doing so much damage col urn. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS COSTIVENESS, ENLARCED SPLEEN COLIC, &C.
to property in Pittsburg and Allegheny i
at Cincinnati and the A VIGOROUS GROWTH of the hair is often PAINTS, OILS, ETC., Bev.J.B-Graves Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," J. R. Johnson.\!, D.. of Abbeville, Miss. Ang ,
City ; neighboringtowns Parker's Hair Balsam. Memphis Tenn. says: 1 received a package of your, 11.12, says: 1 am a graduate of Georgia Medical
of Covington and Newport ; at Albany promoted by using Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It College,and have practiced thirty-fire years. I use t f
and smaller townson It always restores the youthful color and -AT- works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator your medicine in my practice. It is not only a pood |
Indianapolis, many ofZealin'smixture. Liver Medicine,bat it Is a sovereign remedy fortlui. I ,
and certainly more
lustre to hair it life and no
new removes -
the Ohio and its tributaries also gray
:: are cre- E. Hnffins,Franklin.Ky. Rev.J. S. Summerton. I
Bev. A.
all irritation and dandruff. FRED W. HOYT & GO'S S C.,Jan.' Beasleyiof used 2en-
ating much suffering among the laboring Aug. 82,says: It is the best medicine ,
in's preparation dear,but tad
1 have ever taken in mrllfe. It great :
population. In Cincinnati alone it is estimated
medicine altopsther eapprtorin
is curing me of Dyspepsia.9endme! your I
that there arc nearly forty thousand L"gulh'ertiseulcnts.. SECOND STREET, Near Centre. another package. Must have it. its effect on the,">*tt-m.The'.:tr.;. t1 i
people in homes surrounded by water, and Rev. J. L. Brittaln. of Blonntsville, Dr. S. Mansfield, Wholesale Dru1I1: Vwol: ?, tf:
IXCORIORATION.NJOTICE Ala. March 1882,says: suffered with Tenn.,says: "Have sold it 30 years; my predecessor
that of these twenty thousand are in need of NOTICE OF torpid, fiver and costiveness.and your sold it many years before me. That this icedkiae is a
food, fuel and light, all of which the muni- C. H. HUOT, -- '- medicine cured me. My wife has used it1 good one, o one can denyand that' it is the true and
admirable effect for sick-headache! 'Simmons Liver Medicine nonedsro t'tin.'l7Original
with genuine
cipality and individuals, with praiseworthyenergy : IS un-
and liberality, are endeavoring to act of the Legislature of the ani Oily Ceaulse. Estafe. 1810.
supply.\ In the three cities of Cincinnati. State of Florida, entitled An Act to pro- -DEALER IN- Put up In 25c.bottles and SI.by packagesand

Covington and Newport fifty thousand vide a General Law for the Incorporation bf I II : J.F.SIMMONS& CO.,ST.LOUIS.M
workmen had been thrown out of employ- Railroads and Canals," approved February16th I
ment by the floods on Wednesday last, and 1874,the undersigned have formed and !:' cjTTAisriDLEi ir i!

if the mills were shut down yesterday, as organized a company under the name of ___I, 1 = 1,
had been proposed, the number of idle ATLANTIC & MEXICAN GULF CANAL it I 1 i--

workingmen and operators would be increased COMPANY, DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
to ninety thousand. The loss of for the purpose of constructing, maintaining Groceries, Hardware,

property thus far is put at not less than five and operating a steamboat and barge I
millions of dollars. The loss of life has hap- canal for public use in the conveyance of
pily been comparatively small. From Louisville persons and property from the Florida line, DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, S INDIAN BLOOD SYRUd

Indianapolis and New Albany, a few near the Okefenokee Swamp; thence in a
miles below Louisvilleand from other townsin southwesterly direction across the State of Second Street, 4tr
Indiana, comes to us repost of similar Florida by the most direct route to the Gulf,
though smaller losses-houses flooded and and along its shore to the western boundaryof Cures all diseases 0'the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, ;

abandoned, and great distress. But the dam- the State; to be constructed within vie FERNANDINA, FLA. Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
age done on the Ohio and its feeding streams the limits of the counties of Nassau, Baker,
is but the precursor of what may turn out Columbia,Hamilton,Suwanee,Madison, Lafayette FERNANDINA efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and

to be even greater damage along the Missis Taylor, Jefferson, Wakulla, Franklin pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Mu.
sippi. This great river which receives the Calhoun, Washington, Walton, Santa
waters of the Ohio and the Missouri, and Rosa and Escambia. The Canal Companywas i

many smaller streams has only just begunto originally incorporated by the Legislature [(STEAM ] [ SAW ] [MILL.] v GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. !,
feel the effect of the floods that has devastated of Georgia, under the name of the Atlantic ,
the river towns of Western Pennsylvania & Mexican Canal Company, of which s _* _.* *-* Trade Mark.Laboratory. i
Ohio and Indiana. The this proposes to be an extension.
Kentucky .AGENTS .A.NTED_ a
heavy rains which have been falling continuously GEO. F. DREW,
since TUl'Sda'last have increasedthe J. J. FIX ,
fears of a disastrous overflow of the allu- GEO.'R. FAIRBANKS, 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell 1t.CEDARrow .

vial lands of the Mississippi Valley, and Of Florida. TTAS constantly on hand ,
these apprehensions have been greatly LAFAYETTE MCLAWS, y, GA., June 20th, 1881.

strengthened by the report that while the JOSEPH SHEPARD, '.P'" Lumber by Cargoes. Dr. Clark Johnson:- children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of "l1l
Northern rivers are in full flood, the Southern JAS. S. .BAILEY, : Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them.THE -
rivers are also rising. The Arkansas Of Georgia. 46 RUDIE CAXTREL. .
river is reported to be fifteen feet above low- Dated this 10th day of January, A.D. 18S3. Office on Second Street. vie ,




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; ':' THE FLORIDA III ROI .1 in many ways ; they have to wait for other I.I THE STATE CAPITAL been proposed in the Senate, ordering that : SENATOR JONES' SPEECH ON THE

: .. trains at meeting points, to run in on sidings Editorial no person shall be admitted to the floor as TARIFF.MR.
the Mirror.
:J y I and wait for the track to be cleared in case Correspondence of private secretary by a Senator until the Sen JONES of
t SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24 188S. TALLAHASSEE February 22. Florida. Mr. President, I
; at ,
; r of breakdowns and accidents ; they must appointing him shall certify in wifng do not intend to permit any feeling which
Capitol is Jn the of
:\ I take their turn with other trains and other enjoyment very to the sergeant-at-arms that he is actually has been manifested here with respect to
'r r THE TARIFF SENATOR JONES'REPLY charming weather, and the fresh new spring local interests to influence me for a moment
bound in the direction. The
freight same
employed for the performance of the dutiesof
'. r TO GOV.; BROWN growth, the profusion of flowers, and the in my opinions on this question. As I said
: i The tariffdiscussions which have occupied average speed of freight trains when in bright blue skies make such secretary, and is engaged in the per- the other day )In the few words I addressed
a charming February.
motion is not over fifteen miles per hour, formance of the same. to the Senate. I shall not vote for any increase
': the attention of both Houses have developed Itwould seem unnatural not to have the
of taxation
... II and the distance to New York by rail is very The report that Senator Ferry is certain of under this bill for the
_. a general sentiment on the part of the Capitol at Tallahassee. It has been here for reasons I :,hen assigned, because I supposed
"i< greater than by sea, so that there is in no defeat in the
Republican party in Congress to maintain a nearly sixty-years : all the children of the. Michigan legislature "luses no it was agreed on all hands that we were on
1. ;\ advantage for the higher cost of the line of reduction.
; respect in This
1 any regret Washington amendment
'II ; high tariff for protection. In the Senate schools have been taught that Tallahassee except perhaps among as
.1 fruit transportation by all rail to the North. those who hold government office throughhis I understand it, proposes to increase the
; i tax Mr. Frye, of Maine, said the Republican was the name of the capital of Florida. duty on coal from what it formerly
The Florida Dispatch Line tariff on fruit is was,
j.! hF party was for protection if the Government Sentiment and sympathy alike give one a influence. The long-bearded, cle ical- and I cannot conceive of any necessity on
70 cents per box from Jacksonville or Calla- looking old bachelor had few friends the of the Government
: : ; did not need one dollar of revenue. :Mr. conservative feeling in leaving the even part at least which
: capitol
han to Cincinnati. The rate to New York requires +hat increase and the local
in his own He without ability interests
party. was
t1 Vest said the position of the Democratic any
: where it is.
..... : ,.... by sea is 50 cents. The distance from Jack- shall not influence my judgment.
that for his lack of it
oIf1; for "a tariff for revenue and so except concealing While I
: party was The Legislature has taken hold of its am on my feet I desire to express
\ t.1 ; adjusted as to be equitable in all its operations sonville to New York or Cincinnati is the work in earnest, and holds three sessions a by silence, and an expression of awful grav my dissent: from a good deal which has been
.' 1", : same, so that it costs one-third more by all ity. uttered here by the Senator from
2 interest to be sacrificed to another Georgia
no Much
day. time has been occupied in the
rail. The all-rail route is controlled by [Mr. Brown.] Asa Democrat, with
Representative Beltzhoover who has favored respect
\.' section to be protected in the interest of -
no Jacksonville extension bill, which passedthe to this great question, I am not for breaking
';'' r another but such discrimination to be eight separate companies.The the transfer of the Weather Bureau to down established interests
..' ; Senate on Tuesday, and was reconsidered : in this country at
distance by rail from Jacksonville to the Interior Department in the a single blow. I shall
:i4 ,( :i. placed inside this limit as to build up Wednesday.A published not advocate a reduction
g. New York is 1,063 miles-by Fernandinaand of taxation that will
P Congressional Record accompanying his wipe out of existence
;.\ ; American interests and American produc- bill for the relief of bonded counties, those -
5 ', !; tions. That is the doctrine of the Democratic sea route 875 miles. speech on the subject, a number letters, manufacturing establishmentswhich
( donating the proceeds of the remaining internal have been g-adually created under '
Steamers Fernandina aprotec'lve
leaving on Friday which indicate that the officers of the
: 7; \ party. improvement lands to the extinctionof s.em.. I have no desire to do
:" .t' f' morning reach New York on Monday, and Corps under General Hazen undertook, last that. I do not think that
tariffnow in existence is any thoughtfulman
'< The very high, the debt bill has been
having passed a
on side of the
ri 1" '. their cargoes of fruit have been invariably winter, a systematic scheme of lobbyngand Chamber desires
i; .",s and with the internal revenue produces a introduced to aid 'Pensacola to meet her that. We know that there exists to-day in
:' reported to have arrived in good order. The of organizing demonstrations of public
;:; .: t surplus over the amount needed to defray municipal debt in like manner.A the Uniied States a very large manufacturing -
time (three days) is much shorter than timent in support of a bill called "the Majors' interest, which has under
grown the
r: ; 'iJr': the expenses of the Government. The bill which passed the House, intendedto up
: freight trains could go through. Five daysto and Captains' Bill," wh'ch'provided: for protective system and that there exists at
; : amount of the surplus wasoverone hundred meet the difficulties which will arise in
t this time almost universal
; an : demand for
Cincinnati and ten days to Chicago has the addition of three twelve a
: : 1 ; t' millions last year, and will be seventy-five consequence of the Supreme Court decisionin majors, cap- reduction of taxation. So far as this bill
ii ;ooh been the average time for car-loads sent tains, and twelve first lieutenants to the Signal
millions this yearand next. Democratic reference to certified copies of deeds as goes in the line of reduction I favor it; not
West this season. Corps, for the regulation of appointmentsand to destroy existing establishments, but by
<, .: ;d. : party in Congress is endeavoring to reduce evidence, has been reported adverselyby a
I' l Apart from the ac;ually more speedy upon and for other details tend- gradual process of reduction to get back to
: tariff and thus to the thepayment promotions, ,
save people
the Senate Committee.
hf Judiciary The sometlrng near the revenue standard, whichwas
,{ transit by sea than by land the fruit must
fV; : of this excess of duties. The Republican bar generally regard the passage of such a ing to consolidate the corps and establish it not what the Senator from Georgia [presented -

/K,!!: '. party vote, as a rule, against reduction necessarily be injured less on shipboardthan bill as essential, and it is hoped that it will on a permanent foundation in connectionwith us with to-day. That, in my opinion,
f by the continuous shaking by rail. the a* Gene'al Haw has made is the true policy.Sir .
': : especially manufactured my.
on goods be
'J. passed.
: there has been a great deal said about
The steamship from dock to dock withan
: and rather favor a reduction or abolition of goes The Immigration Bureau bill and the some very unsatisfactory explanations, and protection. Protection against; what, and in

= [. r the internal revenue excise, derived mainly undisturbed cargo on a continuous voy- ship and barge canal bill are on the calendarand has now placed himself in a very awkward behalf of whom? Protection against low

: t. :. from whisky and tobacco. If the internal age. When rail connection is made from it is thought will be passed. situation by asking for a Congressional investigation prices; in the interest of the great body of the

,.fr: Orlando to Leesburg with the Transit road, which the Secretary of War has American people; that is what it is, It is
1; excise is abolished it throws of
: revenue The proceedings in both houses are digni- falsely stated here to be protection against
fruit can be put on the cars in Orange rather tart'y told him is not the kind of investigation
'i\\ : course, the whole cost of supporting the fied and orderly, and they can get througha foreign pauper labor but It is protection

'(i I Government upon import duties. It is the county on Wednesday, be loaded on steamerat great deal of work? in the next ten days, that will meet his case. against low prices;.as has often been stated
.' Fernandina on Thursday, and be in New here by thoughtful in'l. in the interest of
:' I; interest of manufacturers that this should be
; ; if they will give tleir undivided attentionto
the of
a York on Monday, inside of five days from THE POLITICAL CASES. great consuming masses America.
f ;. so, as it will perpetuate high protective it. That is the proposition, and in all that
(" :':' duties. the period of shipment. W. H. B., corespondent of the Savannah has been said here with respect to this question -

;,{! ,, Mr. Brown, of Georgia, is the only Democratic With the increased shipments to be given JOURNALISM. News, very propey says : no systematic, scientific, or philosophicview
: by extension of the railroads there will be We transfer columns from of the subject has been presented to
i !t. Senator who with the to our that ex- The action of Dslrict Atu>"nev E. M.
: ), ,, goes business enough to warrant two steamshipsper cellent journal, the Sanford Journal, an ad- Cheney, in entering nolleproseQi/iidst weekin i show how much the manufacturing inter-
"t'' on this question. He declares for the all ihe *' election i'-aud ase3"before the I ests of the country required to be protected,
i;t;.'. ; abolition of all internal revenue taxation, week from Fe-nandna to New York, mirable letter upon "Journalism," from a United States Court, ;n session: at Ta 'ohas- or how much the consuming masses of the-

,'::. r t and collecting the entire revenue needed' and all ground of complaint of delays in distinguished gentleman of Georgia, the see, has received the endorsement 0: a majority Union could afford to pay. Everything has

": reaching northern markets will be ob- Hon. Jas. S. Hook. of the good men ;n Jacksonville ex- been arbitrary and assumed. We have had
ini : no calculation in respect to the necessities of
it be the few who
l' viated. cept never forget or for-
We have no question but that this letter
; the Treasury, nothing with regard to the
: ports. give. It was rot altogether unloosed fo"
'" I The true interest of the orange growers in represents the thoughts and feelings of thou- profit now enjoyed by the great manufacturing -
::w' .: Senator Jones, of Florida, combats this out this disposition: of these cases ;s in suchcontrast
ry Florida lies in and sands of the readers of establishments of the Union, nothing
promoting frequent newspapers.We to Mr. Cheney's preJecessors it can
Mi : view in the brief speech which publish
t i > we i with to the condition of the
ample steamship facilities for steamship take pleasure in beaming testimony to hardly be realized by some as a fact as they respect produc-
in another column and takes direct issue classes the
".'; bad after watched ing agricultural masses, to show
::,"', with! Senator Brown on this point, as well transportation to the North from our sea- the general high tone and excellence of the and,the year sleuth-hound year persistency tnese in which cses:: the cost of living, to show the returns which

',s:; as with the Republican side of the chamber port. press of Florida, and especially ?n its free- they: were followed up. The utter failure of they derived from the sale of their productsin

dom from the republication of scandals and the late district attornev: a Y' .r ago to secure foreign markets, and the scanty marginwhic'h
-1'; on the general issues involved in the pro- TRUSTEE TUCKER ON THE AGRI- has been left them under the present
a conviction in the t J-a f-do'en .IS;ro 1,-
We that in
,. .( : posed reductions. CULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. improper reading. suspect many est cases" tried in Jacksonville ,was disheartening condition of things upon which they had to

< The amount to be raised instances there's a "gude woman" behind to of" de live-nothing of this kind has been gone
7 : necessary by a This gentleman indulges in a criticism many party' and de-
the scenes to assist in the selections. to the bosses. Set le into ; but everything has been assumed and
duty on foreign imports is stated to be two press'ng Judge was
'J upon the Mirror in the last number of the massed together in the most unsatisfactoryway.
held to the bench for three or four weeks in
: 1-' hundred and twenty millions of dollars. : Floridian, which, to say the least, is not in WASHINGTON.THE January and February, 1882, hearing? the But inasmuch as the bill has been

J This has to be raised by duties, by internal very good taste. The Mirror inferred from a .- most flimsy evidence ever offered for the brought forward here as a bill avowedly for

". : revenue taxation or direct taxation. No statement from that gentleman in the Methodist conviction of any one in a court of justice. I protection, I expected the honorable Sena-
TARIFF BILL-TilE STAR ROUTE TRIALS- Time and tor from Vermont [Mr. :Morrill] to show to
be it said his
credit did
again, o ,
'f; I party proposes to raise it by direct taxation. that he favored the idea of an Agricul- TilE WEATHER BUREAU, ETC. he refuse to longer be bored by such witnesses the Senate and the country what were the

;li So that it necessarily follows that duties and tural College, to be established separately as To the Editor of the Mirror: as were called up by the prosecution, profits derived by the establishments that
: \ internal tax must be looked after anothe- from the are now enjoying the benefit of protection
f : revenue to. one standing
such. This view
I the Mirror combatted armyof
as WASHINGTON 17 1883.
February under this; and how much
system, they
J gaping, that filled the
; The complaint is that more than is necessary not for the interest of the State in view of The American citizen who has sat for the court-room snoozing, the stairways loungers and pavement in could afford to give up ofGovernment boun-

J .,1 1 is to be raised, and that the duties are too the fact that we had already State institu- last four weeks in the gal'ery of tne Houseor front of the room. A few wo-ds of their ty; and, on the other hand, the cost of liv-

1 : high ; but as somebody is interested in a tions covering the ground for story were sufficient for him to to the ing oa the part of the agricultural and me-
4 necessary agricultural of the Senate will have no excuse for ask- say chanical classes, to see how much they could
1 high import duty upon something, it is a I instruction in connection with ing: Who is tariff, and what does he want colored! the b-other ordeal"stand aside." To gothrcugh afford to pay, because there lies this whole
same again, with no bet-
;,. :;: struggle to prevent reduction upon the I. other branches of knowledge equally neces- with revenue only." He wi'l' have learned ter prospects of proving; any pnegailty, was gues'.ion. It is not a question, Mr. President,
'i i :.t special things which each interest or section and and that had the between foreign competitors and domestic
sary important, they bet- that everything except air, wa.er; and a few perhaps, cause of striking these cases manufacturers. That is
proposition falsely
_', .i '. produces. ter be combined. This view of the case articles of food are taxed by he tariff for from the docket. stated. The question is between, I will say,

t. J The manufacturers seem to have no one seems to Mr. Tucker a ludicrous mistake. the alleged protection of American labor. The people, especially the Democrats of nine-tenths of the consuming masses of

: I to speak for their interests, everybody who The Mirror has advocated to the best of But I forbidden the Northern District of Florida: are fortu- America and comparative few who happento
am trenching
on gocid, nate having agentle+nan ofability and one
have their capital and their labor
t -
1; wants duties that it is the employed
high insisting poor its ability the making the Agricultural Col-
smuggling in my own opinions, when tne disposed to treat them fairly before the in a given pursuit.

: :; .' laborer whom they are desirous of protect- lege Fund a source of the greatest good. editor has told me to confine myseir *o courts; and respect their' personal rights as The Senator from Georgia a while ago undertook -

l' y : ing. The fallacy of protecting a laborer by Mr. Tucker makes as grave, as uncalled news, and reminded me that he has, througha distr'ct attorney. He 's a Republican of to say that imports ought to be discriminated -
: pronounced principles, as is well known in against, and that it was wise pol-
him to of dollar
t.) ''1 helping get a quarter a for,a misrepresentation of our position when high protective 'lar3? a monopoly of op li- Florida, but a gent'emaa' of intelligence and icy to take the taxes off all things like

: \ 'i more of wages per day, and adding fifty he says : The strangest"thing is that man ions. This question has split pa-t'es on en- quick perception, well versed in law, and a whisky and tobacco, and throw the whole

: ''q' cents per day to the cost of his living by a having capacity to edit a newspaper should tirely new lines of cleavage, and has done man who had rather make friends than ene- burden of taxation upon our imports, in

'j' high tariff has been often exposed, but the so wise and benevolent mies of those who differ with him poi:tie.al- order that we might afford a correlative pro-
oppose a purpose as more to obliterate Mason and D'xon's division
ly, and it is believed that this rele-itler,:
now tection to our domestic industries. I imagine
old is forever reiterated that the tariff
;: : story the establishment of such an institution for in Congress at least, than any ques- prosecution of Democrats in this court is at when he comes to reflect upon that proposition -

j; is all for the benefit of the poor laborer. the growth of our State." tion that bas a-isen since the war. It is an em1, amab&terand more kindly feeling he will not be willing to stand by it. I

The Mirror, on the contrary, has urged both novel and edifying to Kansas and Mas- among result. all For classes if there of our citizens will be the do not think any statesman can when he
ever was one thing to reflect.
: FRUIT TRANSPORTATION. that the fund be used to further the wise sachusetts to stand apart like two lovers divided more than another that kept the fires of comes MR. BROWN. Will the Senator allow me?

The usual complaints are being made concerning and benevolent purpose" of giving a full, or to see Morgan, of Alabama, and sectionalism burning bright, it was the The Democratic doctrine has always been

.1 N, the small returns from shipments of complete education in agricultural, mechan- Davis, of West Virginia, both Democrats, United Slates Court of the Northern District just that, and they never had a triumph in

.: .:', fruits. Many shippers have realized less ical and all other branches of knowledge in become personal', angry, hot, over bituminous of cials.Florida and the action of some of its offi- their lives where it was not on that line.

Collect the at the has
revenue been
from fruits sent to Northern cities than they our State institutions already established fora ports
the Democratic doctrine. Come back to it.
Q might have sold for on the trees. They had like purpose. We urge making the best The Star Route trial is drawing to a close LEGISLATIVE PAY IN SOME MR. JONES, of Florida. I do not think I

I' :. the trouble and expense of gathering, wrap- use of the fund. It is generally admittedthat and the conviction of the late chairman of OTHER STATES.The have ever got out of the old Democratic doc-

'as:; s\ ping and boxing, the delays incident to so-called agricultural colleges. have the Republican Naional Committee, Dorsey, following, compiled from M- Spofford's trine, and it is not necessary for me to get
back. I do not the invitation of the
.{ and returns and in the America? Almanac and Treasury of accept
marketing getting proved a failure. Let us be wise well
as as is not doubted, nor is it doubted that he will Facts fo? 1882, shows the limit of sessions and Senator from Georgia. The condition of

1 end feel that they have been unfairly dealt honest. The Mirror and Mr.-: Tucker are have the company in prison of his co-con- whether annual or biemn'a1, and per diem the country at this time is very different

J !' ,, with in some way. These delays and low both aiming at the wisest disposition of the spirator, that oher Republican pil-ar of of members 0: the le;: latl1rcs of teen from what it was before the war. The bur-

'i; prices will continue as long as we are coma fund. Mr. Tucker is entitled to his own States of the Union. Mr. Spoffo-d is Libra- dens resting upon the American people are
strength, Brady. Yesterday one of
1 rian of Congress, and 0:the highest authority far greater than ever before; no such systemof
to water
: :; and pelled commission depend upon From transportation of views, and so is the Mirror the conspirators. on trial, withdrew his pleaof in things of this kind : taxation was ever necessary to meet the 1
V \ men. our portion
.. demands of Government as now. :With
riot and instead and
guilty p'eid gully ,
: the State two or three transfers are involved
the pension claims; the interest on the pub-
,; : in every shipment of fruit to the North. WHY THEY COME.It afterwards appeared on the witness stand Salary. I Length&ssio of Pa y. lic debt all outside, of the ordinary

r A Transfers mean delays, and delays involve is not surprising that there should be and gave da.nning evidence against the ac 1. of the Government, it is a question expenses whetherit

.. slow more, and or less frequently loss. Shipments bad storage by occasions sea are such a rush to Florida from the North and cused. .. Alabama, Bien........... :; r1a .s.... $4 8 day... is wise to throw the entire burden upon ..

i the loss of an entire shipment. Until we West. The stony hills of New England are With Jay Hubbell charged by his own associates Colorado, .......,_.O days.... 4 a day... our imports and to exonerate those articles
Delaware It ....... .. .. .. that the Senator has mentioned from taxa-
;: can secure an all-rail communication with no Ibnger capable of being tilled to advantage with bribery in Michigan, with all .None 3 a day...
Northern cities cannot avoid these adverse Kansas ........... 50 days.... 3 a day... tion. During the Democratic period to
1"" conditions.we With all-rail in competition with the grain fields of the methods of the party condemned by the Louisiana, 'I ......_.., 90 days.... 4 a day... which he has referred we had no charges

: munication time will be an saved, and com the the West, or the early vegetable producing election in November, with the State's prison Maine, ......_.., None....... 150sala'y resting upon us except the simple charge of

shipper of a car-load of oranges can accompany regions of the South. The devastating floods yawning for him who was complimented by Michigan, ....._.., None....... 3 a day... meeting the ordinary engagements of the

t ,s' his fruit and attend to the marketing which periodically vis't' the Western Statesare President Arthur with.furnis'Iing the Nebraska, ....,._... 40 days.. 3 a day... Government. There were comparatively
himself. Stock from the West al- soap New Hampshire, Bien None....... 3 a day... few pensions to be paid ; there was little or
shippers their look after fraught with danger to those who culti- that elected Garfield, the party that has so North Carolina, 60 days... 4 a day... no interest on the public debt because it
ways accompany ,
them in person, and attend to their own vate the valleys of Ohio and the prairies of long claimed all the purity, piety and patri- Oregon, Bien............_ 40 days.. 3 a day... was not worth mentioning ; but now the

sales. The same system must ultimately Indiana and Illinois. West of the Missis- otism of the countrw is in a humiliated and Rhode Island, Annual None....... a day... case is very different. The great wars

prevail in fruit shipments from Florida, and the frozen of :Minnesota Ne- Tennessee, It 75 days.. a day.. through which we have passed have added
i sippi regions most disgraceful attitude. ..1
t e extraordinary burdens people andit
our ,
when that time comes producers and Vermont, None....... a day... upon
will have some sort of guaranty of buyers quick braska and Iowa lock up their hihabitantsfor The truth is apparent to all who look be- West Virginia, 45 days a day... is a question whether the entire burden

transportation and fair dealing.-Orange half the year, while in Kansas and other low the surface that but little is left of the should be placed upon our imports.
Add State of Georgia to the above table.In And why do I this? What are your
County Reporter. regions the grasshoppers and the drouth Republican party sate the lobby. It no the Territories of Arizona, Dakota, imports to-day? say What are the imports of

The remedy for the complaints referred to play sad havoc. It is no wonder that thou- longer represents a great cause; it has not a Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, Washington this country but the result of your exports?

by the Reporter seems to us to lie in the sands and tens of thousands seek for a milder breath of its old enthusiasm ; it exists Wyoming, in all of which the cost There is hardly a thing that comes into this

direction of constructing lines of transportation climate and an easier life than they have in through the support and for the support of of members living is probably$4 a dav.high, the per diem of country exportation to-day of that your is surplus not purchased commodities by the,

t;. by rail to connect with Fernandina their present surroundings. monopolists and rings: and office-holders, Here are fifteen States and eight Territo- and you must rely upon your exports to get

'ti ,,, ,' and thence by steamer to northern ports.All Trials and privations the new settler will who, it is known, are now here in a more ries, in none of which is the pay of membersof your imports ; and when you strike at the

rail transportation is in fact not so rapid have in Florida also, but he has much to powerful, aggressive and, impudent lobby its Leg slature more than $4 per day ; in import trade of this country you strike at
3 some but $3 ; and in one, Rhode Island, but this export trade upon which more than a
y over long lines as transportation by sea. It enable him to bear them with composure, than has ever before appeared in the Capitolof $1. Each of these States had a larger majority of the American people to-day rely

,' is certainly not so from Florida to the and nature responds so quickly to the work the United States. :Many of these lobby- amount of taxable property, as shown by for support and sustenance. Do you expectto

I ; North. A moment's reflection will furnish bestowed upon the soil, the trees and the ists have the privilege of the Senate floor as the latest returns to which we have access, build a Chinese wall around this countryand

the reasons why this is so. The freight plantsthat hope is sustained and encouragedto alleged secretaries of Senators, and so gross than Florida. Notably the State of Rhode hem in yourselves on the principles of
Island whose taxable values are more than ancient barbarism, or do you propose to
trains on railroads are subject to detention look'for reward.. has tbe abuse become that a resolution has ten times those of Florida.-Economist. avail yourselves of the enlightened princi-

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of free intercourse that have taken k
pies pos- I SEA -
session of the free opinion of almost every Regular communications of Amelia LodgeNo. ISLAND ROUTE. SPRING 1883. SPRING 1883. : .
country in the world except this! 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883: ,

In 1882 we had six hundred millions of January 22. July 16. THE STEAMER .s
exports that went out of the United Statesin February 19. August 13.

cotton, in breadstuffs in tobacco, rice, March 19 September 10. ; .4 c J. & T. KYDD S '
turpentine, naval stores etc. ; and what April 16. October 15. ,
came back for these? Do you expect the May 21. November 12. z

countries of the earth to send you back spe- June 18. December 10. Corner of Centre and Third Streets. ;
cie in return for your exports? They will December 27. H
not do it, and unless you are prepared to At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fiaternally M
meet them on terms and conditions favorable invited to attend. H

to an interchange of commodities whichare J. E. WANDELL, W. M,
cultivated in accordance with the facili- C. H. BERG, Secretary. CITY OF BRIDGETON O I
J GOODS Io [I- aii"'
ties that God has bestowed upon the respec- leave Fernandina for Savannah 0 O ,
tive nations of the earth you might just aswell Nassau Chapter No. 23, R. A. M., holds its WILL Wednesday, Friday and Sun-
build a Chinese wall around your coun- regular convocations on the Wednesday following a b !* 4
day, at 5 p. m., arriving at the latter place
try and set yourself up as a barbarous na each regular communication of Ame- the following morning. 02"o

tion.This lia Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- NOW IN STOCK AND :ST.sv ,
country cannot consume its own sur- Transient companions fraternally invitedto nandina .
on Tuesday, Thursday Satur-
plus productions, and the trouble with our attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P. i .
day at 4 *;
manufacturing friends on the right all along. W. A. JONES, Secretary. p. m. p ARRIVING BY EVERY STEAMER
has been that instead of struggling to get a : Fare to Savannah, $ 6.00 ,
market abroad and on the south of us on Knights of Honor. To Savannah and Return, 10.00 ftft I
this continent they have been exerting all FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS. Ro
the powers of Government to retain .the Weeapopka Lodge, No. 2535, K. of H., Through tickets sold to New York, Phila- -;
market at home. A country can never be meets the first and third Tuesday nights in delphia, Boston, and Baltimore.
all that God designed it running a career every month, at 8 o'clock.G. For tickets and state-rooms, apply at the '

like that. What are you going to do, there- N. SAUSSY, Dictator.W. Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. --jSPECIAL.OFFERINGE-1 I ,
fore, with your five or six hundred millionsof J. WOODWARD, Reporter. MERCIER, 1
rplus production which you are compelled General Passenger Agent.J. .
to send abroad for a market? They Legion of Honor. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. H
have got either to return to this country in Ponce de Leon Council, N'0.922, A. L. of --OF- f i

the shape of manufactured products or in H., meets the second and fourth Friday RIKART & DAUPIIIN, J :
specie or in goods that are on the free-list, nights in every month, at 8 o'clock. NEW PRINTS-
one or the other. We know you rely to THEO. STARBUCK Commander.W. BENCH AND AMERICAN
purchase your surplus products to take J. WOODWARD Secretary. F

them and pay specie for them, your exports RESTAURANT THIS 'WIEIEIEC- b gfl
will be cut down to the narrowest possible Post-Office Notice. .
limit, and your agriculturist is going to Foot of Centre Street, near Depot,
Office Hours-From 8:00: A. M. to 7:00 p. M.

starve.And still the Senator from Georgia gets up Sunday hours, 12:00: M. to 1:00: p. M. FERNANDINA, FLA. BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS.

here and says that it is wise policy to dis- Money Orders and Registered Letters from
flat- Meals at all hours. Board by the o
criminate against our imports by throwingthe 9.00; A. M. to 1:00: p. M.; and from 2:00: p. M. week or month. 14 Order from us and SAVE TIME, TROUBLE, and EXPENSE. The
entire burden of
our revenue
system o
upon the very articles that are bought t backin to 4:00 P. M. Spring Fashion Catalogue will be ready for distribution about 00 tc l

exchange for the products of our own ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. February 20th.SThe 00

soil and the labor of our own people. There I Northern Mail (Daily except Sunday-) large Metropolitan Book of Spring and Slimmer -

is no other system of enlightened commerce Arri\'C8..10:40: A. M. and 5:50: p. M. Fashions can be seen at our Store. 5

between States. If you say they are to be Closes.................... 7:30: A. M. and 11:00 A.)1. HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS o 0
purchased by specie instead of by the goodsof Transit & Peninsular Railroad-

other people, then you will centre the Arrives...................................... 5:00: p. M. iT. cfc T?. :IHLYIDID O
entire of this in the
money power country Closes......................................... 7:30 A. M. We invite your attention to our 0so
manufacturing regions, as has been shown New York Offiee, 83 Walker Street, S-SFEKIASDKA FLORIDA.
time and again in the debates on this ques- Jacksonville, South and West Florida- ,
tion. Arrives.1040: A. M. and 5:50: p. M.

If we were in a condition to consume our Closes...................11:00: A. M. and 5:00: A. M. Crockery 1 Glassware,
own surplus products, of course it would be Arrives Sunday..... 11:00: A. M. SPRING 1883.: SPRING 1883.

an easy question to manage. Take the cotton Closes Sunday........ 4:00: p. M.
and offer our Goods in these lines as low as
crop for example. The cotton-producer of St. Mary's and Trader's Hill Jail-
the South to-day is absolutely dependent i Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of F. W. MUMBY. J. N. C. STOCKTON. R. D. KNIGHT.
the foreign market for the price of his. Closes and at 8:00
upon Mondays Thursdays : A. M.
latest designs beautiful Tea Sets MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT.The '
commodity, and the little amount that is St. Mary's, Ga., only- very ; .
consumed at home does not affect its priceat Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc. Tin
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. ; .
all in the markets of the world, and still 4<
when that ramaterial is converted into a Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. Chamber Sets all colors; WoodeuWarc The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States.
Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9:00
manufactured product which the producerof Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays A. M. of all kinds; and Housekeeping -
the raw material is interested in making CROCKERY CHINA AND GLASS-WARE.
Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 f
: p. M.
valuable, it cannot come back here to the Utensils generally.
country in which it was without SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M. Lamps, Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods,Wood and I
being saddled by almost a prohibitory duty. FRED 1V. IIOYT & CO. WillowWare, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc.

Three-fourths of the cotton to-day of this Valuable Orange Lands for Sale. ;arSOLE STATE AGENTS FOR THE MONITOR OIL STOVES. a

country has to seek a market abroad becausewe Tracts containing twenty acres each of Dinner Sets, $15 to $75; Tea Sets, $4 to $35; Chamber Sets, $3 25 to $25; Parlor Lamps
can find no market at home to consume choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake, $125 to $15; Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $1 50 to $8. Table Cutlery, Plated
it, and those who take this product from our suitable for orange growing and truck farm- Ware, Tea Trays, Coffee Urns, Pots, etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels, .
people are compelled to go pioneering all ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare Professional and Business Cards Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY: STOCKTON & KNIGHT,
over the world for a market to sell the man- very conveniently situated for transpor- 48 No. 13 West::; Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE/FLA.
ufactured article into which our raw ma- tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
terial has been made for our benefit to keep terms to suit Titles s. AVERY-
are G
up the of price this, while the country that makes tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Of the Profile House, 'White) Mountains S. B. HUBBARD & CO. ;
more raw staple than other in
any large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS ,
and New York and Boston,
the world bars .
it out, and gives an entire February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.AGENTS .
monopoly of the manufactured article to a BARBER AND FRISEUR, ,
few people who are hardly able to .
TY7 :
a fraction of what the country produces.And AT EGMONT HOTEL.Gentlemen's .
to sell Nassau Fibre"
this they call political philosophy! Upholstered Nassau Beds." Here is and Hardware, Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils,
I Mr. President, I am for exchanging the a Hair-Cutting a specialty.
good business! tor live
i! surplus products of the United States for the' territory. Liberal commission.a man. Exclusive HairCutting and Shampooing done for $&*PUMPS: LEAD AND IRON PIPE, SUGAR MILLS, RUBBER AND LEATHER

: products required by our people upon the Address EDWIN S. LOOMIS, Ladies and Children. BELTING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, PLUMBING AND TINS3iIITHING.HAZARD'S .
!, best possible terms,and when the time comes Ladies waited upon at their residences. 4
Fernandina BARBED FENCE fi
that we shall have nothing to exchange then Fla. J28- POWDER, WIRE. 42-tjanl

the policy presented by my friend from LOUIS A. C. LANGE,
To Rent.
Georgia may be applicable. but not until
then. The property known as Sanborn's Stores. U PHOLSTERER, River and Ocean Steamboats.

There are six hundred millions of surplus Apply for particulars to SADDLE AND HARNESS-MAKER, r
productions in this country that have got to A. B. NOVES.
I seek a market abroad, and I say YOU have Fernandina, July 15-tf. Foot of Centre Street, MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE w
got to get something back in return for them.
If it conies back in gold you centre it in one FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
section of the Union to the detriment of
J every other; and it is the most unjust proposition Furniture repaired in the best manner.
{ in the world to deny to the people Hair Mattresses made to order at short n
; who are compelled from their situation to notice. 36 FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. ,
send their articles abroad to exchange them
'I for the articles they want on the lowest pos- JAMES McGIFFIN,

t sible terms. If our friends in the North west 'I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
1 would take these surplus commodities from ROYAL 1WliYf1 .
us on equal terms it would be
( very well for Alachua Street between
Second and Third
,:t them to do that, but they cannot do it; our ...
commercial records show that: and all this 1 d FERNANDINA, FLA.
1 m, talk about it is nothing but talk against the Ilia
direct course of trade. If political economy .0 Orders and estimates from a distance care- ,
has established fully attended to. 25-tf
'I one proposition clearer than

j another it is that the average exports and __ iSx_ HyF.fi v_ c
!imports of a country will not seriously differ W. K. BAUKNIGHT,
i>! in a period of years; they are dependentupon AGENT, : ; .
each other, and unless we have got
something to send abroad to purchase ar- 4.. I
ticles that are there which our people re- BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER,
quire, no matter how low the price may be, ANDDealer '
they will not cone here. You may say in Ice
"Well, we will force them to come here and TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY '
pay specie." That is all very well on one ,
side, but the effect is that our producers 4KIJ4GPOWDER BROOM STREET WHARF, -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS- .
starve at low prices, and there is no market 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA.

here for our own commodities. J CITY; OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TONS. '-,
This question. Mr. President, is a'largeone. WM; B. c. DURYEE: .' .:
As I said awhile ago, I am not willing STATE OFWESTERN TEXA, 1,543 TONS. .

to destroy our existing manufacturing es- GENERAL CODIISSIONIERCHANT, .RONDELET, 1,50H TONS.i. "-
tablishments ata single blow; and inasmuchas ,
this bill proposes to favor a reduction of CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, TEXAS 1,210 TONS.
taxes I will support it cheerfully, and not

regard myself as in the least inconsistent in FERNANDINA: FLA.
doing so, because it does not accomplish ata Absolutely Pure. .

single step 1 what the wisest of men think Hay, Corn, Oats
can only be accomplished after long years of THIS POWDER never varies. A marvel ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
patient waiting. purity,strength and wholesomeness. O. S. OAKES,
More economical than the ordinary kinds, CONTRACTOR
List Letters and cannot be sold in competition with the AND BUILDER,
of multitude of low test,short weight, alum or
Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi- phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. MANUFACTURES of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK .
na, Nassau county, Florida, Feb. 24, 1883. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON. on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
calling for these letters must say 38 106 Wall Street, New York. sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. \
advertised: ALL SIZES.
Branch Post Office Box 174. This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
Sarah C D D C
Baker, Mrs Alvaro McClelland Mink, D W NEW HOUSE OPEN. jan4 Fernandina, Fla York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF

Dimming McWilliams FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
Mason Mrs M G ,
Oetnorest, Wm M&no J T TOURIST HOTEL, Books and Stationery. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -

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-: ::1' : A correspondent wants the Register to FUND. County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. I Plant.
I i f publish an article on peanut culture. All The trustees of the Agricultural College United States Officers.LAND Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. I Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. For
t '" 4 K. ;1} right, though we scarcely know what toe Fund met at Tallahassee on the 1st inst. OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. '
f I. r, 1 .publish on the subject, that would have They have deferred their final meeting for Reg/.Ster-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools H. C. Martin\
the fact location however to the 21st inst.for further derson. Fort McCoy. '
I 'l ; 'ring something new, owing to Receiver John F. Rollins, Gainesville.
r /,' 1 :' 0 ,that we have told all about how to plant, inducements. Should no suitable location be Sun'eyorGeneral1alachi Martin Talla- : Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE: COUNTY.
J; ,, ,j 'cultivate and gather peanuts so often. OUT offered to accepted by the board, the question I hassee. Sanderson. County udle-Chas. S. Baron Ke West
.; scrap book has an article on peanut culture, naturally) arises what shall be done with i DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key Westf
,'j t M, r from the Southern Cultivator-we'll draw the fund ? Some oil our cotemporaries have Olustee. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West,
,, r'u on that for our leading ideas, at present. It suggested that it be divided between the Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney
;. t says few people seriously) consider the magnitude East and West Florida Seminaries and eachto .1farshal-J H. Durkee, Jacksonville.ClerkPhilip County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. KevWest. T.,

; \ f..: and importance of the goober crop ofd maintain an agricultural department.This Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue Walter C. )Malonev
) ;,1 'the South. :The true American can no more theory would seem to conflict with the INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key 'Vest.Superintendent. '

'tI!.'!.': ; get along without goobers to eat than the act of Congress, the language of which is as Collector Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake of S.hools-J. V. Harris,Key
* I' Yl;1a German can dispense with his daily allowance follows : Butler. if GSt.
a't ,I. :i' of lager beer. The consumption of The interest shall be inviolablv appor- COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.
" : ,& : both articles is yearly growing in larger proportions. tioned to the maintenance of at least one John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge-Hinton
shall be Edward Jacksonville.John J. Baker, Fernan-
where the
t'tI' : college leading object Hopkins, of Schools-L. B. Rhodes : dina.
* i I !=itit It is only recently that peanuts have beenj' without excluding other scientific and clas- F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Clerk-J. Edwards

.t ::!, r quoted in the mercantile exchange in New. sical studies, and including military tactics, Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key. BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff-Peter Cone Fernandina.
;L, York, and the fact that they are now called to teach such branches of learning as are Assessor Fernandina.
'M Iz of Taxes-Vfm.
:r; ,. :: jt there has led to the publication of some related to agriculture and the mechanic arts State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. H. Garland' Fer
'1 ,. t; figures relating to the peanut crop. A pro- in such manner as the legislatures of the Point. Collector
4;} : :\ 'duce dealer who handles a large part of the States may respectively prescribe, in orderto EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Governor Clerk-A.. A. Stewart, Titusville.' nandina. of Revenue-Warren F. Scott' Fer

: ,""!. .r l ,: four hundred thousand bushels annually promote the liberal and practical educa- -Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- .
di : sent to New York, says that there is more tion of the industrial classes in the several lieutenantGovernorLivingston W. Bethel gianna. Callahan.Superintendent of Schools-" A- Mahoney\ .
t :" and wheat is literally nowhere. He means, The above act clearly shows that it could of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- lando, Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE COUNTY. :J
:"It.:7''. ;: t!t, of course, for purposes of speculation, and not be consolidated into the East or West lahassee. of Schools-A. Grady, La County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.
:{ adds that some large deals are annually Florida Seminary by establishing an agri- Comptroller. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J.r : Hughey, Orlando.
W i: r made in the crop. But, ifpeanuts are profitable cultural department in each or one of them. Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. l CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.
;, .t :'p, to speculators, it is because there is a We are of the opinion that the board will Attorney-General-George Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-Jamess M. Owens, Fort
,. %;;t-j':, '; demand for them, and if there is such a de- not receive any bids which will furnish a hassee. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector.
;', I 0., > .!I:i, ; mand as the figures indicate, the crop ought larger or better building than the one at Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A. Biiddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Richard H. Marks\ ,
;: /b: ; to be profitable to the producers. Eau Gallic, and the land on the coast regionat Tallahassee. Springs. Sanford.
4 :, :". It is officially estimated that Virginia produced or near Eau Gallie would be less apt to be Superintendent of Public Instruction. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks*
;."t : I in 1882 not less than two million visited by frost than those locations nearer Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid.
i ; :, "(i I bushels, Tennessee five hundred thousand, the centre of the State. Consequently, for Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM. COUNTY.
:. f, : ::1} and North Carolina one hundred and twenty- an experimental garden for the experimenting BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Ret'enue-Wm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
i .J.a j ;. I five thousand Whether these figures are of tropical and semi-tropical fruits, it ({')Commissioner. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Maxville. J/erk-'V. F. Forward, Palatka.
l i" p. i reliable, or even reason able-we do not know. seems that the farther south the college was Superintendent of Schools M. F. Geiger, Sheriff Thomas Shally.
'- :.r; : The fact that concerns us most, is that no located the more successfully such an experimental Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.
ti j;; estimates are made or figures given for garden could be carried on. The Special Agent:Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.

Georgia, Florida, Alabama or Mississippi, lands adjoining the salt water have always Building, Jacksonville. Judge W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Superintendent of Public Schools-J.V.
.; .' ti''i t{ and we are principally concerned about been acceded to receive less injury from County City. Strickland.
Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. Lake .
: I Alabama. Here are the soil and the climate frost than lands bordering on fresh water. City.Sheriff TAYLOR COUNTY.
Justice-E.l\I. Randall Jacksonville. J. W. Lake
for the production of this remarkable nut, We await to see what disposal our agricultural Chief Perry, City. County W. H. Parker
I Assessor Taxes-L. W. Rivers Perry.
Associate Tallahas- Lake
} Justice-J. Westcott jr. of City.
t' ; and yet, it must be taken for granted, that board will make of the fund. The Sheriff Thomas Osteen
Collector Taxes-J. L. Parish Lake Perry.
"I' : i not a bushel is shipped from the State. college should not be a failure, as some of see.Associate of City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun
YI Schools JuliusPotsdamer Perry.
B. Van
Justice R. Superintendent of
A {! Here is nut that said that it would be Valkenburgh, ,
't ,; a some one says practically our exchanges have Lake Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin
s.' ,: i I controls the politics of the ountry, that decides and our board ought to and most probablywill Jacksonville. City. Perry.
:, : i r the fate of actors ana actresses, that exert their utmost for the success of the Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton

0.;; !J i keeps an entire nation in good humor, and institution. There are quite-a number of CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge--William: A. McLean, Jack- County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Pe/ry., Perry.

;':, that prevents the small boys from contrac- branches in industry which, when taughtin First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- sonville. Collector of Ret'enue-J. B. Hardee Perry.
,? I ting vicious habits, and Alabama is credited connection with the college in this State, sacola. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.
; with no share in the good work. What are would make a success of it, where agricul- Second 1.etiit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. Sheriff( Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville.
.''es I our farmers thinking about? tural colleges in other States would be pro- Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.
'.. ; : Not a pound of peanuts is made into oil nounced and decided failures.-Titusville Third Circuit.E. J. Vann, Madison. ville.Collector County Judge-M.. R. Cooper St. Augus-
t ,.): in this county though during the war this Star. Fourth Circuit-James :M. Baker, Jackson- of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, tine.
r '.'i.; f business reached large proportions in the Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
:. : South. Cotton seed oil, however, has driven EGGS AS FOOD. ville.Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- .sheriff-Ramon'Hernandez, Augustine

:: i the peanut oil out of the market in this The Journal of Chemistry says that eggs, at ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St.
': I I country and has nearly) succeeded in driving average prices, are among the cheapest and Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.
.J' :-,: it out of France. The African nut which is most nutritious articles of diet. Like milk, Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
1II;" .J;: used in France is grown in Georgia. The an egg is a complete food in itself, contain- Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. : St. Augustine.
. 'l.r, ;: North Carolina peanut was once considered ing everything necessary for the develop- Sheriff James M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
? ,"r-\: the best in the market, but it has been driven ment of a perfect animal, as is manifest from Court Calendar.FIRST Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. i St. Augustine.
tr: ': out by the Virginia variety. The African the fact that a chick is formed from it. It CIRCUIT. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod SUMTER COUNTY.
'I?,'P. peanut is small and meaty, the Spanish seems a mystery how muscles, bones, feathers Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-Henry Cassidy, Leesburg,
f;,1' j I small and fine, and the Virginian large and and everything that a chicken requiresfor Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
? f 4 Ii : well flavored. We have no doubt that the its perfect development are made from Walton, 4th Monday in October. erts, Ancrum. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
k:1; : Georgia and Alabama variety would be the the yolk and white of an egg ; but such is Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall, Webster.
.. best of all, but this cannot be known until the fact, and it shows how complete a foodan in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Ret'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton,
,'; \ our farmers raise some for export. The cropis egg is. It is also easily digested, if not Washington, 2d :Monday after 4th Monday County Judge -W. L. Frierson, Brooks- SumterviIle.
,', i worth $3,000,000, and nearly) or quite all damaged ip cooking. Indeed, there is no in October. ville. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
: :;j";', ; of it passes through the hands of the vendors more concentrated and nourishing food than Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville.
'It' on the street corners and the small shops. eggs. The albumen, oil and saline matterare October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. SUWANEE COUNTY.
r ": : The crop is not prepared for the market by as in milk, in the right proportion for Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- County Judge M. M. Blackburn Lire
;' : the farmers. It is bought up and prepared sustaining animal'life. Two or three boiled This act amended section 2 of act of Feb- ville. ,

,' s 1 : in factories, being divided into grades and eggs, with the addition of a slice or two of ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Revenue-F. :M. Townsend, Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak.
\, ," I brands. In Virginia forty bushels are raised toast, will make a breakfast sufficient for a Spring Term. Brooksville. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
t,. ., I to the acre, in Tennessee sixty and seventy. man and good enough for-a king. THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions Wel-
;.',' j" ,' !i The demand is constantly increasing, and According to Dr. Edward Smith, in his Spring Term- Fort Dade. born. ,
t., ,' the fact is herein sent forth in the hope that treatise on Food," an egg weighing an Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,
: .i! I. our farmers may find it convenient to take ounce and three-quarters contains one hun- Apri County Judge-H. L. Crane Live Oak.
.. ; \! a share of profits that appear to belong to dred and twenty grains of carbon and sev- Madison, 2d Monday in April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown Tampa., Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
.sl, 1 .; ; I the business.-Mobile Register. enteen three-quarter grains of nitrogen, Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft,,Tampa. Live Oak. ,
, 15.25 cent. of carbon and two Suwanee 1st : after 4th I
or per percent Monday Monday .
; Assessor of Taxes-S.E. Sparkman VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.TudgeJames
;;. : THE SOUTHERN NEED OF GOOD of nitrogen. The value of one poundof in April.Columbia. Tampa.
.. Collector of Revenue-W. F. nuns
': : ,,r COOKS. eggs as food for sustaining the active 3d Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson, Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter-
+ I.have had occasion to travel considerably forces of the body, is to the value of one in April. B Tampa. prise.
;.', during the past year, and at half the houses pound of lean beef, as 1,584 to 900. As a Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. I.
W.A. Cone
Sheriff Enterprise.
:.1, I stopped the biscuits were raw at the bot- flesh producer, one pound of eggs is about in April.
County Judge-J. B. Christie :Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson Enter-
': tom, and either as heavy as lead or yellow equal to one pound of beef.A Fall Term- ,
t as a pumpkin with soda, whije the meat hen may be considered to consume one Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.
/ Clerk W. C. Bird Monticello. Collector of Ret'enue-John B. Jordan, De-
'I" was, swimming in grease. Why, it is enough bushel of corn yearly, and to lay ten dozenor October. ,
., N to give a razor-back hog, a sheep-killing dog fifteen pounds of eggs. That is to say, Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land.
Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,
,r: or a Bengal tiger dyspepsia. And then the that three ,and one-tenth pounds of corn Hamilton, 4th :Monday in October.
1 coffee how delectable What it is made of will produce, when fed to a hen, five sixths Suwannee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise.
I have not the slightest idea ; but, whatever of a pound of eggs, but five-sixths of a in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
f ( i r it is, it has not the remotest kinship to gen- pound of pork requires about five pounds of Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th l1ondayinOctober. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon- County Judge W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
t T ticello. Sheriff-W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.
? ; uine Rio or the deliciously flavored Java. corn for its production. Taking into account .
Horace Greeley visited the South soon after the nutriment in each and the comparative Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
#, J'; : of the two the is in October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
I ; the .war, and the only criticism his kind prices on an average, pork 1
i ; heart made was in these memorable words: about three times as costly a food as the egg, FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY.
t' "The South needs 20,000 cooks !1" It would while it is certainly less healthful.TVHYOYSTERSSHOULD Spring Term- County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy.Sheriff fordville.County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw

I not have been prudent for Mr. Greeley to St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. Collector Ret'enue-'V. H. Walker Craw-
of ,
.. have made a visit to the South before the BE EATEN Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.

'i war, but if he had, and been entertained by RA W. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. .. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw-
20,000 farmers and planters, he would have Why oysters should be eaten raw is ex- Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville.
' .'i said : "The South has 20,000 of the best plained by Dr. William Roberts in his lec- Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer J. M. N. Peacock, New
.. cooks in the world !I" Southerners always ture on "Digestion." He says that the Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy.
1 educated their daughters, and when these general practice of eating the oysters raw is Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New i Stoves and Tinware.
'", daughters married they made their home evidence that the popular judgment upon St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Troy.
: attractive in various ways, and especially in matters of diet is usually trustworthy. The Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. Ackley, New Troy. .. W. P. STREETY,

; the cooking department. They educated fawn-colored mass, which'is the delicious Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
:1 ; negro women in the art of cooking, and allowed portion of'the fish-,,. its,'liver, and is simplya Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
them to do nothing else, consequently mass of glycogen. Associated with the Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee.
the cooking was excellent. But theabolition glycogen, but'withheld from actual contact Duval, 1st Tuesday in \ovember.FIFTH Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.

;.1, of slavery also abolished good cooking, ex- with it during life, is its appropriate diges- CIRCUIT.. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel,
cept as to the negro women who were ed- tive ferment, the hepatic diastase. The mere Tallahassee.
., ucated by their mistresses themselves. I crushing of the oyster between the teeth Spring Term- Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
,' heard a gentleman make a very sensible re- brings these two bodies together, and the Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Collector of Re-t'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-
in March.
Marion 4th : sl'
'j" mark recently : Vanderbilt, Peabody and glycogen is at once digested without any Monday hassee. .
4th in
.": i Slater have given millions of dollars to the other help than the diastase. The raw or Putnam, 3d Tuesday after Monday Assessor of Taxes-G.A. Croome, Tallahassee. 1r'rrl
,1 J cause of education in the South,and I honor merely warmed oysteris self-digestive. But March. after 4th in !
.: Ii .. them as great benefactors of our section ; the advantage of this provision is whollylost Levy, -Tuesday Monday LEVY COUNTY.
:, or. ;I but if I had several millions to give away, I by cooking, for the heat immediatelydestro's March. t ) IMf
after 4th in W. H. Bronson
Alachua, 4th Monday Monday County Judge Sebring, ; ,
1#,aL- I would establish all over the South schools the associated ferment, and a cooked 1 oa
Clerk-J.l\1. Bronson.
": }f. in which the art of cooking would be oyster has to be digested like any other March.. I Barcp,
+, l taught. In doing this I would be subserving food, by the eater's own digestive powers.- Fall Term- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. II.
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
the cause of morality and religion, as well New York Sun.
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in October. Collector Re'lenue-J. Ira Gore Cedar
Marion, 3d Monday of ,
I as of civilization and humanity. Properly
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cooked food causes health, and perfect How TO PLUCK ''POULTRY.-I have known Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Key.
t1 health is conducive to good temper, cheerfulness persons on market day to go out and kill 12 Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-
'' :"S kind feelings efficient and capable or 15 fowls, and bring them into a room Alachua, 1st Monday\ after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS.

: work, mental and physical, while badly where there would be half a dozen women November. MADISON COUNTY. TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
,: tf. cooked food produces indigestion ; indiges- and boys pulling a few feathers at a time, SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Cmmty Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi
tion causes bad health in every part of the between their thumb and forefinger, to pre- Spring Term- son. ROOFING AND GUTTERING,

.: & human system, fretfulness, hatefulness, dis- vent,tearing them. Now, for the benefit of Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff S. M. Hankins, Madison. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
J' content, poor mental and physical labor, such, I will give our plan : Hang the fowl Volusia, 3d Monday: in February. Clerk John M. Beggs, Madison: A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
,.I and renders life a curse to himself and all by the feet ova small cord ; then, with a Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, call, and compare my prices with those of
i' '" those around him. A man cannot be a true small knife, give one cut across the upper Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison. other houses, here or elsewhere.
; Christian, in all that means,if he is fed upon jaw, opposite the corners of the mouth ; Fall Term- County Trea.mrer-S. S. Smith, Madison. _

l;, 1.1 badly cooked food all his days. The great after the blood has stopped running a Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Revenue M. H. Warring, Mad- G. F. AVERY,
need of the country is good cooks and plenty stream, place the point of the knife in Volusia, 2d Monday in September. .
.. ..' \ of them. Young ladies should be instructed the groove of the upper part of the mouth, Brevard 4th.Monday in September.Dade ison.Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad
x ::1 in the art, both at school and home. It is run the blade into the back of the head, 2d :Monday in November. ison. ft:
time the to thisgreat which will twitching of the muscles.
. ; country was awakening cause a MANATEE COUNTY.
H .. need. A well-to-do parent spends Now is your time, for every feather yields as County Officers. AND BOARDING STABLES.
$ r Y .' $500 to give liis daughter a musical education if by magic, and there is no danger of tear- County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. LIVERY
'r.'' '. and another $500 to buy her a piano, ing the most tender chick. Before he attempts ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
.:\ : and nine chances to one she never plays on to flap you can have him as bare as County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. To and from Steamers and Trains,
:.' ..,. it a year after her marriage. If the $1,000 the day he came out of the egg.-Journal of ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentowu
Y y were spent in giving her a practical and Horticulture. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-:Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC. I

.w knowledge of cooking, it would Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash. FOR SALE:
r l' : be far better for her and infinitely) better for A teaspoonful of pepper vinegar poured Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward, HORSES BUGGIES HARNESS,
.' : her future husband and children. The down a fowl's throat is said to be a good Hawthorne Pine Level. CARTS, AND WAGO>'"'.
d C ,, man who made these remarks is married, remedy for the roup. Collector of Rev xa-H. C. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY
and has three beautiful daughters" hence ville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. ; -fER\S\ C.ASH.
.', these tears."-Correspondence. Nashville American. If you are sick and troubled with dyspepsia Superintendent of Schools- ft. ,N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Office and Stable-First Street, near
I' Brown's Iron Bitters will cure you. Gainesville. Sheriff" A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf 49t't
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AN ADMIRABLE LETTER.. I to places of honor and trust. If we have no the State the time forward counts the sameas Drugs and :Medicines. CARD tTIME
and wider influence if he remained in the State.
AUGUSTA GA., Dec. 31st, 1882. regard for the greater OF THE F
Ron. J. J. Harris: which sobriety commends, if we have no The maker of an accommodation< bill DR..1. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMEB.
for the and industry which or note one for which he had received no FLORIDA
DEAR JUNIUS-I received a short time regard accuracy ( TRANSIT & PENINSULAR
since the South Florida Journal, for which, only sober men can wield, we should at least consideration) having lent his name or ; PALMER BRO'S, t :

I dare say, I am indebted to you. I am gladto reflect that representative men stand within credit for the benefit of the holder, is bound I RAILROADAND I

know you think of me sometimes. My the radius of the bright light that beats to all other parties, precisely as if there I ,

has been desolate since your noble sister, upon the throne," and thus set an exampleto was a good consideration.The .
and my dear wife, was taken from me. our children. It was a wise custom of holder of a note may give notice of PHARMACISTSCentre FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. ,
the to their children abhor- protest either to all the previous endorsers
And so, you are an editor; well, let me Spartans teach ...
have never filled a more responsible rence of drunkenness by exhibiting to them or only to one of them ; in case of the latter, 4t""i""t" "
say position you in your life. The honored position the imbecilities of a drunken slave.-Jlobile he must select the last endorser,and the last In Effect January 7th, 188&I

of Speaker of the House of Representatives Register. _____________ __ must give notice to the last'before him, and Street, near Depot, I
of the State of Florida, which you so on. Each endorser must send notice the

so worthily held, has more prominenceand A CHAPTER ON CLAIMS. same day or. the following day. Neither GOING SOUTH. ,
Sunday or legal holiday is to be counted in FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
political distinction attached to it, per- THE CLAIMANTS COME AND GO, BUT THE CLAIMS reckoning the time in which notice is to be Leave Fernandina....................... 8.00 a.m. +
haps, but no position!:! is more responsible, LIVE ON FOBE7EE. given. Leave Hart's Road....................... 8.42a.m. a '

and if worthily met and Oiled more honor /S*ABSOLUTELY 'PURE-@ Leave Callahan........................... 9.48 a.m.
able, than that of an editor. His influence WASHINGTON, January 22, 1883. EIGHTY-FIVE DOLLARS LoST.You do Leave Dutton........................ ....10.15 a.m.
upon the public mind to the extent his paper In conversation with Senator Jones, of not Leave Brandy Branch ................10.30 ,
tell me that husband is and DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
circulates and is read, is for weal or for woe. Florida, the other day, he informed me that your up entirely Leave Baldwin...... .. N r
cured by medicine Parker's ..................11.05 a.m. ,
so simple a as
To the extent that-his editorials and his selections he intended to bring up the old East Florida Ginger tonic?" "Yes indeed, I do said Leave Maxville..........................11.32 a.m.
tend to enlighten the minds and elevate claims at an early day. Every once in a DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Leave ........ .. '
Mrs. Benjamin to her neighbor and afterwe Highland. ..... ........11.55 a.m. : "
of these old claims arise Con- ,
while in
the moral sentiment and tone of his some had lost eighty-five dollars: in doctor's Leave Lawtey .....................?.....12.15 p.m. ,.
readers; to the extent that he seeks to keep gress to confront us with the fact that this bills and Now husband Leave Temple's..........................,1.'30 p.m.

alive and freshly burning on the altars of government is as dilatory and unjust in its feels well prescriptions." my Standard Patent Medicines, Arrive Starke............................12.34 p.m. ,
the family home: all those sacred affectionsand treatment of honest claimants as it is ex.tra..agant as as ever. Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m. '-

tender amenities, whose influence soften and dishonest in anything which Leave Thurston .......................... 1.06 p.m. '
and adorn our social life; to the extent that savors of political jobbery. There are the A PEERLESS PERFUME.-The refreshingaroma -I| Fancy TOILET Articles, |1- Arrive Waldo............................. 1.30 p.m.

be sustains and seeks to make attractive to French spoliation claims which have been of Floreston Cologne, and its lasting Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.m.
all classes the matchless perfections and be- pending for a century, and favorably reported fragrance make it a peerless perfume for the Leave Gainesville......................... 2.27p.m. ,:s

atitudes of our holy religion, his influence is upon nearly every consecutive Congress toilet. PERFUMERY, Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m.

for weal and lie will be honored and loved since they first made their appearance. Leave Batton............................. 2.57p.m. "'

bv all those; whose good opinions can alone The original claimants are long since dead, A true strengthening medicine and health LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc.JIfi1J" Leave Archer.............................. 3.15 p.m. R,
confer true honor. But to the extent he and the bones of their immediate heirs have renewer is Brown's Iron Bitters. Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50p.m.

panders through his columns, to low, vulgar long been mouldering in the ground. These and Leave Otter Creek........................ 4.27 p.m. '
and hurtful prejudices, courts favor at the French claims are before the Forty-seventh Especial careful attention paidto Leave Rosewood..... .................._ 5.02 p.m.

expense of principle, forgets the poor and dependent Congress. Men may come and the claimantsmay Physicians' Prescriptions, by Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.35 p.m.
but the French claims for-
in degrading through profitable go go on .
subserviency to the rich and powerful, ignores ever. So it is, apparently, with the Florida Sttlifie the Admired most fattldioui for a*a iwrfett flAir Restorer and an experienced Druggist. GOING NOKTH.
Dressing. Itsciamltnessandetegantperfume.
the highest and best interests of his claims. I had almost forgotten that we had Kerer Fails to Restore Grey or Faded Hair JjiJ'-l\IR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.25 a.m.
in obedience to the behestsof Florida claims:: until Senator Jones men- to the youthful color. 60 cu.4"l.1 size at all druggist
whole any
Leave Rosewood...................... 8.05a.m.
ambition sectional hate and tioned the fact. They were before over the store and will to all callsat
personal or pending respond Leave Otter Creek......... a
............... 8.40 a.m.
antedate the
born and of
caters to the wicked appetites of vice and I was memory niebt. 51 Leave Bronson................. ........... 9.22a.m. -
and the oldest inhabitants of the Row. In the
avarice, by flippant dishonoring flings Get Leave Archer.............................. 9.52 a.m.
the United States
war of 1812 troops occupied
and thus
at things that are sacred, helps to 4 Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m. y .
weaken the foundations of Christian faith, the east coast of Florida. For two EST ABLISIlED: 187S.DRUGS Leave Arredondo ...............'........10.24 a.m.

his influence is for woe, and ere long, he years they subsisted upon the substance of Leave Gainesville.......................10.50 a.m.

will die and rot, and be forgot unless per- he Spanish settlers. Florida was then nota \ Y Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m.

chance he live in execrated memory. Thus part of the United States but was mainly = = Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m.

you see, that from the standpoint from occupied by the subjects of Spain. When the rtrp# % 3 3i6s Leave Thurston.........................12.24 p.m. Klfll

which I view editorial responsibility, it is a the cession of that Territory occurred, Spain AND Arrive Starke.............................12.38 p.m.

grave matter. A good editor is a public benefactor demanded that her subjects should be indemnified -- Leave Starke................................ 1.00 p.m.
and ought to be honored as such for the damages resulting from -IMEDICINES Leave
whilea bad Qne is an unmitigated curse and military occupation. The nature of the -I Leave -Lawtey '............................ 1.33 1.09p.m.p.m. s
claim formulated and the terms of set-
{should be held in universal execration. The was 1- Leave Highland.......................- 1.55 p.m.
tlement embodied in a treaty betweenthe
press wisely conducted and controlled is the were Leave Maxville........................... 2.19 p.m. .
Under the
grandest conservative agency, next to Christianity governments. this treaty Arrive Baldwin......... .................. 2.43 p.m
in the universe of God, and woe and claims were to be referred to the Federal 1 HORSEY & CO.PHARMACISTS Leave Baldwin .... .. .. .
be made ., ... .... .. ...... 2.53 p.m.
who from its courts that the awards might by
him it
shame to prevents legi- Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m. ?
of local The
timate high sphere and mission as a developer competent courts jurisdiction. t i : \31 II.! II Leave Dutton ......... ....
claims in the of ;ari'c? fn: .. ............ 3.35 p.m. ,
of true social and efficient were, course twenty .
progress an five centum added years Giu Rurui.1indrauetillingiaand! l : =I Leave Callahan.......................... 4.25p.m.
civilization to foul medium of bad duly adjusted, per being pr, 1=
whether, a sectional pas- for interest. Levi Woodbury was Secretaryof many of the lcst medicines I known are here combined Leave Hart's Road..................... 5.15 p.m.
personal partisan or the at that time. When the into a mo icinccf such' varied and effective Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m. ;
thus making it a dispenser of destructive Treasury ,as to make the! Greatest Iood Purifier&the
poisonous influences, leading to ruin and claims were presented they were treated as Best Health and Strength: Restorer Ever Used. Centre Street, Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR .,i
death.I municipal claims, and as Secretary of the
It cures Dysncpsin: Rheumatism,Sleeplessness,
am glad to note that Lula your bright Treasury he decided that the Governmentnever diseases o fticSoinnch! llowch, Lungs,Liver, FERNANDINAFLORIDA, n
and accomplished daughter, is to be your paid interest, and refused a settle- Kidneys and nil!i hm.'e ConmIaints.
assistant in the editorial conduct of your ment. Right here I may call attention to lC'ou are wasting away with Consumption or constantly on hand a fine assort- .
paper. A paper cannot go far wrong that the same question as now in controversy in any disease, use the Toxic to-day. It will surely KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR-

has a good woman as one of its editors. I the case of the Chinese indemnit)'. To make help Essences)'011.of P C.ir-'cr icmber and! other it is superior Tonics,as to it Bitters buildsup EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs DIVISION. :

am quite sure it would be better for the press the story of public disgrace short, the Flor- the system\\uh'mt intoxicating. 500. and$z GOING SOUTH.
and the country too, if intelligent, noble ida claims stand just where they did then- sizes,atall dealers i:i drills. Nonegenuinewithout
women were more generally connected with the Government refusing to grant the inter- signature II cmc&Co.NY.: Send for circular and Chemicals, Leave Waldo Junction................. 1.40 p.m.

the make-up of the editorial and news col- est, the Courts:! of Florida ,refusing to recede LARGE SAVING IN BUYING THE DOLLAR SIZE: Leave Dixie................................. 2.02 p.m.

umns of our thousands of newspapers all from an honorable adjustment under the Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... 2.20 p.m. i,',

over the land. Thus, would truth, dignityand terms of the treaty. There is where the Leave Lochloosa.......................... 2.38 p.m.

purity, be made to preside as vestal divinities Chinese indemnity bill stops short also. PECIAL Proprietary and Fancy Goods, Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m. '
over the editor's tripod, and elevate Senator Jones takes the stand that the Gov- S ANNOUNCEMENTREDUCTION : Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31 p.m. ;

the tone and character and aims of the press egnment should not only pay these claims, FINE TOILET ARTICLES Leave Silver Spring......i.............. 4.00 p.m. -
until upon all its banners would be inscribedits but add interest to date. The same positionis IN PRICE. Leave Ocala................................_ 4.30 p.m. "
only rightful motto; Qucertmusverum!" assumed by leading statesmen in both We offer The Mirror In combination with the PERFUMERY SOAPS ETC. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m.

-" We seek the truth."-Jos. S. Hook in San- Houses on the Florida and all other claimsof American Agriculturist for $2.50 a year, which Arrive Wildwood....................... 5.45 p.m. '
ford Journal. a similar character. Unfortunately for includes postage on both. IN ADDITION, we
------ ---- the claimants who are thus deprived of their will send free to every person who takes both GOING NORTH. ;

SOBRIETY IN OFFICE.One rights, this class of men are in the minority papers Magnificent Plate Engraving of Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m.
of the most painful things connected in Congress. Their opponents take ground, DUPR :'s last great painting, "IN THE Physicians' Prescriptions Leave Lake Weir Station............ 7.35 a.m.
with public life in the United States is the always popular with the people, that the MEADOW now on exhibition in New carefully compounded with pure Leave Ocala.............-.................. 9.00 a.m. f
habit of intemperance among our publicmen Government pays no interest on what it York, and offered for sale at $5,000. Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18a.m. 4
in office. Drunkenness is a species of owes unless it is specially nominated in the The eminent artist, F. S. CHURCH, writing Drugs, at reasonable prices. Leave Anthony Place................. 9.46a.m.

insanity. It was said by one of the older bond. Any other supposition, it is claimed, to a friend in the country last October, thus Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13 a.m. ,:

poets of the sensual school-in vino veritas opens the door to the payment of interest on ,alludes to this Picture : Railroads. Leave Lochloosa................... ...10.39 a.m. ?>
that there is truth in wine meaning that a every other claim of this character. How- I was delighted this morning to see Leave Hawthorne..10.57 a.m. +

man is more likely to speak the truth when ever, it does look to an honest man like the offered as a Premium a reproduction of a FLORIDA CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Dixie...............................11.15 a.m.

under the influence of intoxicating liquors. Government, which has the use of what it very beautiful Picture, tIn the Meadow," COMPANY. Arrive; Waldo Junction...... .........11.35 a.m.

Never was there a more insidious apology confesses is other people's money for from by Dupre" This Picture is an Educator. ." -- Trains daily, except Sunday.
fifty to one hundred is morally bound JACKSONVILLE, June 25, 1882.
for this kind of insanity.The years, This
truth is that intoxication brings out for both principal and interest. Perhaps if clusive superb of engraving ((17Jxl2 inches, ex- Commencing this date, trains on this
wide border) is worth more than
all the worst traits of humanity. It unbalances some sort of precedent like this were engrafted the cost of both journals. It is mounted on road will run as follows :x

the intellect and gives free play to the upon the laws of the country it heavy Plate Paper and sent securely packedin WESTWARD.Accom.
would compel an early and settle- Mail.
passions. All of the education which has prompt
been instilled ment of national obligations.Correspondent Tubes made expressly for the purpose. Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m FERNANDINA &; JACKSONVILLE R. R.

infancy and through twenty-one the and years of Charleston Neu's.BUSINESS When to be mailed, 10 cents extra is. requiredfor Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 p m x
pupilage by care GOING SOUTH.
the mother, by the selected books prayersof of the Packing, Postage, etc. u Sanderson.......... 8.25am 9.55pm

schools, by the civilization of society, by the LAWS IN DAILY USE.A Lake City...........11.00 a m 11.55 p m Leave Fernandina..11.35 a.m. 6.15 p.m. '

labors of the church, by the bonds and restrictions note by a minor is void.It fPrTIIE NEW STORE.W. .-@& Arrive Live Oak............ 1.15pm 1.15am Leave Hart's Road..12.05 p.m. 6.55 p.m.
Arrive Jacksonville. .
1.00 8.00
Ella ville............ 2.30 2.30 p.m. p.m.
of the law, by the example and is a fraud to conceal a fraud.A _____ p m a m
influence of gentlemen and women who note made on Sunday is void. Madison ............ 3.30pm 3.30am GOING NORTH.
Drifton............... 5.25 5.30
walk the elevated of Ignorance of the law p m a m
upon heights prudenceand excuses no one. Leave Jacksonville... 9.00a.m. a
:::E3 \ F. WOOD Jr. ( 3.35p.m.
51 :Monticello ......... 6.00 5.50
pride, is lost in a moment when the The acts of one partner bind the rest. p a m Leave Hart's Road._... 9.35 a.m. 4.01 p.m.
God-like brain topples from its throne. Notes bear interest only when stated.A / Tallahassee....... 7.30pm 7.30am Arrive Fernandina.-10.40 a.m. 5.00
The moment when intoxication contract made with lunatic is Quincy.............. 9.30am p.m.
very assumes a void. i| Proprietor, }} E] Chattahoochee... 10.35am Trains double daily except Sunday.
control of the man, the low instinctsof An agreement without consideration is
the animal predominate. There is no void. IC Chatta. River_.... 10.55 a m SUNDAY TRAINS. z''

truth in him unless it be the truth which Contracts made on Sunday cannot be en- C> Cr > EASTWARD.Accom. Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.45a.m. ,

belongs to the savage, and to which we re- i forced. Mail. Arrive Fernandimr-....................11.10 a.m. .
vert only when a loss of reason subjects us Signatures made with a lead pencil are Arrive Jacksonville...... 6.45 p m 7.30 a m Leave Fernandina........................5.00 p.m.
to that savage condition from which our good in law.Principals. :a: Baldwin............ 5.25pm 6.15am Arrive Jacksonville.._.................. 6.25 p.m.
glorious race has struggled up after the laborof are responsible for the acts of 14 Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m

myriads of years to the sunlight of society their agents.No s sAND Lake City......... 1.20 p m 2.40 a m
and religion.The consideration is sufficient in law if it Leave Live Oak............11.35 a m 1.15 a m

people must especially frown upon be illegal in its nature. Ellaville...........10.10 a m 11.55 pm .

drunkenness in public life. Men who are Checks or drafts must be presented for 51 Madison ............ 9.05am 10.50pm

chosen to represent us in high office are en- payment without unreasonable delay.A Sr Drifton............. 7.30am 9.05pm CONNECTIONS.AT .

trusted with the dearest rights of the people. note obtained by fraud or from a personin Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm

They make, construe and execute laws. a state intoxication cannot be collected. :a: Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.30pm FERNANDINA, FLA., .

They hold in their hands the cords that Notice of protest may be sent either to the Quincy......-...... 5.30pm With New York and Fernandina Steam-

connect all social and commercial affairs. place of business or residence or the party Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25 p m ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 '
C> CC > Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 }
If the pilot who steers the ship becomes insane notified.An p m a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m.: and for New
at the moment the precious freight ispassing endorsee has a right of action againstall Passenger trains leave Jacksonville at 10 York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.,

through dangerous channel, the whose names were on the bill when. he > { Fernandina, \ EJa a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. or 5.50 p.m.With .
leaves Baldwin at 2.45
peril is no greater than that which intoxication received it. Returning, p.m., Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
threatens to the law-maker the judge An endorser prevent his own arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 p.m., making nah Sunday Wednesday and Friday.
may liability .
Cor. Centre & Third. close connections with Florida Transit Rail- ..
or the executive officer who unbalances his to be sued by writing without recourse, : \ \ S'pTIIE AT .
reason at the very moment when a clear or similar words.If road for Gainesville, Ocala, Lee.sburg and CALLAHAN.To
Cedar Key.Sleepers and from Savannah and Charleston at
judgment is needed. two or more persons as parties are jointly
$0 matter how genial or brilliant may be liaole on the note or bill, due notice to one NEW 8TORE.-@ $. on all night trains.CONNECTIONS. 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.

the representative, the people's interest is in of them is sufficient.If AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
Ins hands, and the people will not excuse a the letter containing a protest of nonpayment obtained for new inventionsor At Jacksonville Waycross Short Line, To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m and
: departure from be into the mis- PATENTS with all points North or West; with the
habitual sobriety. Neithera put post-office any for improvements in old 2.43 p.m.
Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for
I confirmed drunkard nor one who occasionally carriage does not affect the party giving Caveats
ones. Infringements, TradeMarksand Fernandina and with Steamers for all AT HAWTHORNE,
and accidentally becomes drunk is notice. all patent business promptly attendedto. ; To and from Palatka at 10.37 and 2.20
a points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or a.m.
self-counsellor. Each individual in is
The flushed face the a partnership responsible INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN *
sunken eyes, the the driveling for the whole amount of the debtsof REJECTED Charleston. p.m. ,
"I tottering step, may still, in most cases, be pat- At Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail- AT WILDWOOD.
speech, the incoherent thoughts, are a the firm, except in cases of a special part- ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
road for all South
Ocklawaha River
disgrace With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand
to nership. .
a ent Office
constituency. and
confiding engaged in PATENT BUSI-
" The If is lost stolen it does or Gnlf points without change of cars; also Tampa daily except Sunday.
higher the place such a man holds a note not release NESS EXCLUSIVELY can secure.,
we patents -
the deeper the maker he must it if the for Cedar Key and Steamers to Gulf ports. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
the into which he even con- in
degradation ; pay less time than those who are remote
At Live Nos. 5 and 6 with the
Crusts those who have confided in him. sideration for which it was given aud the from Washington.When by daily except Sunday.AT .
Savannah &
Florida Western Railroad for
We wish to point to our public men with amount can be proven. Inventors send model or sketch, Savannah.At CEDAR KEYS FLA.,
prIde as the representatives of the purity of Value received" is usually written in a we make search in the Patent Office and Albany Tallahassee or with St. Marks Branch With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -

our homes the sacredness of our religion, note, and should be, but it is not necessary.If advise as to its patentability free of charge. Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- for Key West, Monday and Thursday

the solidity of our business. When they not written it is presumed by the law, or Correspondence confidential ; fees reasonable urdays.At p.m.; for Tampa and Manatee,Monday and

peak we expect clearness of judgment and may be supplied by proof. ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS. PAT- Chattahoochee River with Steamers- Friday.
Agency thought. When they act we ex- Part payment of a debt which has passedthe ENT IS OBTAINED. Chattahoochee and With Mo an's Line Steamships for Key
on Sundays Evering-
peck promptness, care and dispatch. time of statutory limitation revives the We refer by permission to the City Postmaster ham on Thursdays for Apalachicola, and West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.;
None of these requisites can be met by whole debt, and the claim holds good for and to the Superintendent of the returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m. .
those who are habitual drinkers. They another period from the date of such partial Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates,

Oft n fail of being met b}' those who are oc.caslonal payment. ington. For special references, circular,service j. s. MCELROY etc., apply to .
drinkers. If when a debt is due the debtor is out of terms, etc., addressC. Master of Transportation.W. A. MAcDONELL,
It is time for public opinion to protest the State the limitation does not begin to A. SNOW & CO., M. DAVIDSON Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent. I
against the elevation of any but sober men run until he returns. If he afterward leaves 2-tf Opp.Patent Office.Washington. DC. General Manager., D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21 j

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Ih 1 4 THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The Japanese Tea Party. was referred the claim of R. M. Smith have cox, Uxbridge, Mass ; W A Mumser, .Balti-

The Japanese tea party given by the ladiesof failed to make a report, be it more; H H Bender, Albany; E M Jenkins,

the Presbyterian Church at Lyceum Hall Resolved, That it is the opinion of this Thomasville ; Miss Fannie Gray, Belleville,
Y : ft.OO A YEAR $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Council that R. M. Smith has been fully Fla;; Arthur Speelman, New Jersey; JohnL
Wednesday night, for the benefit of their paid for all services rendered the city, and Fowler, Providence; Eli Cullev, George F

I manse fund, was a perfect success in every that no further payments shall be allowedon Daniels, Fitchburg, Mass ; H E StarbirdH,
l :. Reflections. particular, and a most enjoyable occasion to his bill now before this body. E Tyfe, Clinton, Mass; A M Ives, Southern
t. \i! The Express Company ; J C Clay, Selma Ala; C
amount paid was$500 and the balance
t ,I :; The revenue cutter McCUlloch, Captain all who participated. The hall was tastefully claimed O Miller and wife Stamford, Conn ; H B SEEK

ti .: Mitchell, is in port. decorated with flags, Japanese lanterns, par- is $279. Pyles, Brunswick, Ga ; M G Chaires, Mrs T

Tucker left visit asols etc., making a novel and pretty P Myers, Tallahassee; John Walton, Ro-
t I :Mr. Bailey yesterday on a very
A Pleasure Trip on the St. Marys
: chester; C F Pope, Waterbury, Conn ; N
Besides the stands for tea and coffee
J.I 4 to Arredondo and Palatka. picture. River. Morgan and wife, Aurora N Y; L S Kel-

U4, .,; The German bark Pansevitz is loading at where those beverages were dispensed in With lunch baskets my young lady friend logg, Racine Wis; I W Dobbin, Iowa ; W health and avoid sickness.

g" ; the railroad dock for Wm. Lawtey. Japanese cups, there were ice-cream, flower and myself ,took passage on the steamer Clark, Fort Plain, N Y; Mrs Barber. Ohio;

I 7tf Rev. Allan Curr will preach at the 1ethtF' and Japanese ware stands and Rebecca at Martha Monday, commanded by Captain Goo S Hobbs Washington ; D Conely; Fla ; Instead of feeling tired and
Stone, whose and kind attentions J H DePrey Wabash ; J H McNeilly, CAR out instead
politeness worn of aches
the Well the cool ,
! ,, ; a odist:: Church to-morrow morning and even notwithstanding added Thompson, T A Hoyt.
much to the pleasure of our picnic
5 .4' ing. weather, disposed of sufficient lemonade to excursion.The and pains, wouldn't you

% : .: Mr. James Kydd returned to New Yorkon buy two or three kegs of nails for the proposed day was very fine and we steamedout Range of TJiermometer rather feel fresh and strong?

I the steamship Carondelet Thursday eve- manse. A novel feature of the occa- of the harbor into the sound past vessels FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23,
f" : 'r' loaded for sea. Leaving Fort Clinch on the
sion was the waiter girls, who were attiredin
right we glided rapidly into the St. Marys You can continue feeling
.f The German bark Mentor Captain Schultz, the unique and wonderful costumes of river its untilwe ...:
;t following serpentine course = .=.. = _= ".:..Sk miserable and for
i. ? : went to sea Wednesday drawing sixteen and our neighbor Japan. The hall-was crowded reached the quiet but beautiful old town 1 d 1 :. ci. good no
,, :i of St. Marys, where we stopped long enoughto e-1 : thing and no one but
J ;#aa one-half feet. until a late hour, and everything eatable, I It- 1"4 i m> ) Q r your-
take a hurried look at the wide
6;t-,1 ;A'a,: James R. Robertson and wife, of Newt drinkable and saleable was disposed of be- grown streets, the Spencer House, etc.,grass-when Saturday..... Feb.17 69 81 182 80 SE self can find fault, but if you

.;, ': ; '1., York, are among the recently-arrived guests fore the closing of the doors. The net the whistle called us on board. We steamedon Sunday............18 70 82 82 78 SEe are tired of that kind of life,

: .. 'i" :' at the Egmont. profits amounted to $149.27. During the around and up the river, watching the Monday ............19 51 52 52 46 N'V. you can change it if
'ii\\ '
alligators sunning themselves upon its Tuesday..20 52 61 62 54 NE. you
{ ". Thursday, being Washington's birthday, evening music was furnished by Mr. Schuyler choose.
\ banks and exclaiming often upon the fine Wednesday.21 58 66 66 64 NE. .
;".. ';' :.J the Intermediate School of Mr. W. Schuyler on the piano, assisted by Henry Hobeinon and unexpected beauty of the scenery. On Thursday.22 57 65 66 65 NE.

\ ,.;I Ih :t : had a basket picnic at Fort Clinch. the violin. Following are the names of the left in the distance we saw high wooded Friday................23 60 66 66 64 NE. How ?
those who assisted at the different tables bluffs, a point low marsh lying between, By getting one
:-r Mr.W. J.Cook, formerly conductor on the :
It1. : ; : which is but three-quarters of a mile in bottle of BROWN' IRON BIT-
Transit Railroad, has been appointed yardmaster Tea Table: Mrs. G. Stark, Mrs. T. Kydd, .
. S width at the point we have to make on the MARINE.Port and
;', : ,,"I, at the depot in this city. Mrs. J. E. Meddaugh. opposite side, to do which the river takes us TERS, taking it regularly
Table Mrs. Mrs. Wm.
di ,'t1' Mr. B. G. Worth and wife, and Mr. Geo. Lake.Coffee : Loomis seven miles around where we have the of Fernandina.HIGH according to directions.
bluffs in full view. The captain informedus
: .'F!;:' R. French and wife, of Wilmington, N. C., Ice Cream and Cake Table.: Mrs. M. M. they measure in places forty feet WATER.

II, i : are guests of W. J. Woodward, Esq. Hoyt, Mrs. D. E. Maxwell, :Mrs. M. W. above the water, and many reminded us forciblyof Saturday, Feb." 24...... 9:30 A.M. 9:55P.M. Mansfield, Ohio,Nov 26.,1881.
Downie Mrs. J. E. Wandell.
. Sunday, 25.1006 10:30"
. Mr. Fred. J. Lohman had his new horse the Palisades on the famous Hudson Gentlemen have suffered withpain
; Flower Stand :Misses Florie Linville "
"v : river. Monday, 26.1044 11:06: in my side and back and great
, !.6.1: out Thursday. The horse is a splendid Fannie Williams, Emma Loomis, Mary Tuesday, 21..11:25: 11:48 soreness on my breast with shoot-
I On we stopping only to land freight at
':' ,;.r.. 1 : looking animal, and said to be quite fast. Loomis. the different go stations. The river gradually Wednesday 28...... 0:00" 0:09" ing pains all eatweakness m body,attended -
,. f Japanese Ware Table: Mrs. F. B. Papy, Thursday, M'ch 1...... 0:37 0:59 with ,depression -
'" ...)"i1,< i Mr. J. A. Mercier, for the past two years Mrs. J. H. Prescott, Mrs. W. N. Thompson, narrows water is, and clear its, reflecting beauty increases.tree The and Friday, 2...... 1:31: 1:54 tite. of I have spirits taken and several loss of different appe-
t' i local for the Sea Island route in this Mrs. Voorhis. very every
:; agent shrub. On either side the trees are draped medicines and was treated by prom-
'Candy Table: Mrs. J. H. :Morphy. ENTERED. inent physicians for my liver, kidneys -
has been
'j f=; city, appointed general passenger and festooned with yellow jessamine and
,and but I relief.
Rebecca at the Well Miss Fannie Med- got
J Jt : Feb. 17-Sch. Clara Fletcher New would
t: f agent. honeysuckle, which contrast beautifully Sargent, I try Brown's Iron
1' daugh. with the abundant scarlet blossom of the York ; stone, to Lara & Ross. Bitters; I have now taken one bottle
.;:Y! On the 1st of March next Rikart&Dauphin Waiter Girl: :Misses Lizzie Gunn Addie white maple and fresh green leaves of other 18-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, and a half and am about wellpainin

f I will open a new French and American res- Sherwood, Lulu Bauskett Pauline Med- trees and white flowers, all together very Savannah, with freight and pas- side and back all gonesorenessall
of breast and I have
I daugh Maggie Peterson, Maggie Zolowsky, out my a
to J. A. Mercier.
" i taurant in the store recently occupied by J. lo"elv.At' sengers, good appetite, and am gaining in
', Florie Tavel, Gertie Hunt, Lena McGiffin, "
19 Sch. Ocean
r King's Ferry we find quite a busy Traveler Brown. St. strength and flesh. It can justly be
,... .:.: O'Boyle, on Centre street, near the depot. Ada McCottery, Mamie Wilson, Annie Ho- scene. Two or th ee large fine-looking ves- Croix ; ballast, to J. C. Read. called theJ.inro/medicines.

; :t The store of I). Herring, at King's Ferry bein.During sels lie at anchor, busy hands are putting 19-Bark Pansevitz (Ger.), Wallis, St. JOHN K.ALLBXDEX.
,I, r fire but with the evening the hall was visited their cargoes of!lumber on board while the Nazarie; ballast, seeking.
{ ; caught on Wednesday night
steam sawmills make it 19-Sch. Isaac L. Clark. Cranmer New
... by a real Japanese in the person of Mr. W. seem a busy place. ,
j' : the assistance of neighbors the flames were J. Woodward who conversed in We noticed one fine large store a boarding York ; rock, to Lara & Ross. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is
as fluently
', extinguished before much damage was done. house, and some neat and pretty residences. 19-Sch.S. C. Yarnall,Scott, New Lon- of Iron in soluble
..' the Oriental tongue as a Choctaw Indian in Farther up we come to Orange Bluff a don ; rock, to Lara & Ross. composed
,.,, 'J Rev.T. A Hoyt, D.D.,Rev.J. H.McNeilly, low Dutch. romantic and pretty spot. Here is another 20-Sch. Addie Fuller, Hart, Boston ; form ; Cinchona the great

;,.\ 11 D.D., two of the most distinguished divines saw-mill and three vessels were loading to load for Boston. tonic together with other

1"'' j, in the South, and Mr. C. A. R. Thompson, Railroad Accident.On there. The mill with store and dwelling 21-Sch. Mary'Lord, Smith, New Lon- ,

.. eminent merchant all of Nashville,Tennessee Monday night the Cedar Key freight houses all belong to the Messrs. Davis, very ': don ; rock, to Lara & Ross. standard remedies, makinga
an afterward ." 21-S.. P. City of Bridgeton,Fitzgerald
good, hospitable people as they remarkable nonalcoholictonic
train which due here at9 o'clock
: .;; at the was p.m.,
: ,f are Egmont. proved, we remaining over night. Savannah, with freight and pas-
.. I""' ', I Boston is well represented this season at ran into the rear end of a log train, at whatis Seven miles above Orange Bluff by water sengers, to J. A. Mercier, Agent. which will cure Dys-

,.w" known as the Cashen curve on Amelia and one or two and a half by land (making I 22 Sch. Larrie Cobb, C.H.Cobb, New pepsia, Indigestion,Malaria,
:r: the Egmont. The following are very recent Island, about two miles from the city, while sixty miles in all from Fernandina) is a York ; rock, to Lara & Ross. Weakness and relieve all
:Ij,! arrivals: Mr. E. B. Hull, E. Browne, Mrs.P. tract of five or six hundred acres owned and 22-S. S. Carondelet.Hines New York, ,
,,' : E. Burtchaell, Mrs. E. C. Drew, Miss running at the rate of fifteen miles an hour. occupied by Mr. McKenzie, on an elevated 1,508 tons ; with freight and pas- Lung and Kidney diseases.
;. The engine and tender were badly wrecked, portion of which he has erected a very good sengers to R. W. Southwick.
Abbie Browne and Mrs. C. J. Southwick.
k t I'' and the cars more or less damaged. The en- house. The grounds are laid out in front 23-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,

..If: :Mr. Samuel J. Tucker, who has lately gineer and fireman jumped from the en- very tastefully,and he has many orange anda Savannah ; with freight and pas-
of other trees With his to J. A. Mercier.
1 been sheriff Alachua variety planted. sengers
appointed county,
gine in time to escape injury. The log energy and love of landscape gardening he CLEARED.
'. :: rt; will resign his position as conductor on the train, which was preceding the freight, wasa must in a few years have a fine place. oM .

:,'.; '! Transit Railroad on the 28th inst. We are heavy one, and for some reason the engine This is the highest part of the river we 18-City of Bridgeton, with freight Fitzgerald and Savannah -

ti I to lose so popular a conductor. It is reached, and by far the prettiest. On our pas-
sorry J. A. Mercier.
j;. became stalled, and the train was divided, return to Bluff the sengers, by
not known who will fill his place on the by moonlight Orange 11 19-Sch. Anita, Small, St. Pierre lumber -
: rl yet part of it being taken to the city and a train- scenery was too beautiful for description.The by F. A. Small. ;

'J :I} road. hand, with lantern,despatched to signal the color and clearness of the water ac- 21-Sch. Menawa, W. Fairchild, New DR. W. E. SNYDER,

i: Mrs. W. E. Livingston, the wife of our freight train, should it arrive before the rest counts for its mirroring everything so accurafely York; lumber, by C. H. Huot. '
in its It like
depths. was sailing B
popularconductorontheFernandina&Jacksonville of the train could be removed. The train- 21-Bark Regina Tolck. Hussey, Port
through land with the and
\ ::' ; fairy sky, moon
'i au Spain lumber by J. C.
r ';, Railroad, accompanied by Miss hand, a colored man, instead of keeping a stars, and all the trees and shrubs as plainlyand Read. ; H > :

: :: \ Chaires, Mrs. Thos. P. Myers,of Tallahassee, sharp lookout,as was his duty, went to sleep, clearly seen beneath you as they were 21-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald B =
,\ "N :' and Miss Pyles of Brunswick Ga., paid a and so failed to signal the freight train. He The most beautiful scene of all was as we Savannah; with freight and passengers ) Q t'2 :_'

r.. .. r f i visit to Fernandina Wednesday, and were has not been seen in the city since. approached Orange Bluff on our return at 22-S.S. Carondelet, by J.,Hines A. Mercier.,New York, xz --

; ht. The fires at the mill illuminated % W -
"1 .x guests at the Egmout. ni' 1,508 tons with freight and pj
; passengers -
I Lecture at Lyceum Hall. everything, and the lights in the houses, the } ?
J by R. W. Southwick.
: Samuel Howell, a brakeman on the Transit -
i and trees between beautifully -
The Rev. Allan Curr, the eminent Scottish water ships were 23-Sch. Addie Fuller Hart Boston
: Railroad crushed between the reflected in the water of ;
I was forming one
., f orator and author, who is now visiting the lumber, by Cumming & Co. OPERATIONS FIRST-CLASS; 20 years'
.1 ,; engine and a box car at Highland Station on the loveliest pictures possible to behold. 23-Brig Tally Ho McKowen, Port au ; charges reasonable. Sets
South, will deliver a lecture on Monday in the made
Li"i Tuesday. He was taken to Starke. where Leaving early morning we Spain ; lumber, by L. A. Davis of Teeth on Gold Celluloid or Rubber, and
evening next at Lyceum Hall under the short stops at the different stations, and & Bro. every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -

I "1 y, he died Thursday. Every medical attention auspices of the Methodist Church, on "The reached home about 2 p. m. quite delightedwith 23-8. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
: 11'i was given him. The accident was caused our first trip on the St. :Marys river, Savannah, with freight and made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand
Master Passion Wooing Winning and pas-
or and it not be the last. .
:: his carelessness. hoping may advice free and 10
through own sengers, by J. A. Mercier.IN willingly given.
1', Wedding." :Mr. Curr has spoken to crowded We would say to all tourists who have any

: 'I I Rev. Dr. T. A. Hoyt pastor of the First audiences in England,Scotland and Ireland, love and appreciation Hof the beautiful inn PORT.
". "\ I nature do not return North without'seeing Bark Pansevitz (Ger.), Wallis.
t. Presbyterian Church of Nashville, Tenn., and has met with unprecedented success i I J. H. PRESCOTTDEALER
this beautiful river. A. C. F. Brig American Union Bowman.
t i'' will preach in the Presbyterian Church on this The Southern i in
Y : country. press speaks 1 Sch. Emily E. Davis, Pierce.

\;,t t, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. Dr. J. very flattering terms of his wonderful, de, Hotel Arrivals.* Sch. Lewis Eherman, Collinson.Sch. .

-1 I, H. McXeill pastor of the Moon Memorial scriptive- powers- and gifts as an orator. Mrs. B. C.Terry, Moore.

i t :, 1 Church, of Nashville, Tenn.. will preach atI' Curr will give during the evening several EGMONT. Sch.. Clara Ocean Fletcher Traveler, Sargent.Sch. Brown.. .
B S Henning, wife, child and nurse, Mr ,
: 7:30: p. m. All are invited to attend and recitations, which will add much to the and Mrs Sevier, Mr and Mrs M F Cornwell Sch. Isaac L. Clark, Cranmer.Sch. IN

;1 hear these eminent preachers. pleasure of the entertainment. Tickets ad- Thos R Harris and wife, Henry Allen and S. C. Yarnall, Scott.

: Major Henning and party went over the mitting gentleman and lady, 75 cents; single wife, H M Carpenter, A A Kingsland, Mrs Sch. Addie Fuller, Hart.
Sch. Mary Lord, Smith
K Rob- ,
Gilbert Travis Miss J Travis Jas P
J' Transit Road to Cedar Key Wednesday and tickets 50 cents children 25 cents.
k ; ertson and wife, T V Boynton, E H Green Sch. Larrie Cobb. Cobb.
:: ; express themselves well pleased with their C C Baldwin and valet W P Talboys, G HRedrnoiul. i

,a. .;. ;: trip. They returned the same day to Waldo, Murder on the City of Bridgeton. J S Rogers, J U Brooknian, JasT Wanted.

', and proceeded via Peninsular Railroad to Lem Rodgers,colored,was stabbed in an altercation Woodward, A W Iorriss,Mrs E Southwick, By a gentleman some temporary employment -
; with Monroe Johnson alias"Boots," Edward Pierrepont, Wilmot H Smith, W C at a moderate salary. Address,
: '\ Lake Weir, where they spent the night. Robbins, New York; Mrs T M Carnegie, Post-office Box: 139.
'j They take the Florida Southern Railroad at also colored, on board the City of Bridgeton, Miss Jas Bradley, Geo Lander, E B Godfreyand Fernandina, Fla., February 24,18832t.For .

:!: Hawthorne, en route for Fernandina, via Pat while she was lying at Centre street wharf, on wife Thos M Carnegie, Mr and Mrs FT Ladies9,
and died of the wound Moorhead Pa Dr L S Filbert .
latka and St. Johns river, arriving here to- Wednesday morning, Pittsburgh ; Rent.A Misses',
and wife Jas I Martin, Richard Filbert W
shortly afterward. Johnson was lodged in very desirable dwelling-house. Inquire
1'1 day. F Weld Thos R Brown, J Tatnall Lea and of JOHN HEDGES, Children'snnd

,.' I! ,oj i a The steamship Carondelet arrived at this : jail, and a preliminary examination had wife, Philadelphia ; Alfred Hunt, Bethle- January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla. Infants',
: : before Justice Ellermann yesterday, when hem, Pa; Mrs P E Burtchaell. E Browne.
t 'l port from New York Wednesday morning he plead guilty. The knife with which he Mrs T C Drew Miss Abbie B Browne, E B "Intermediate" School Men's, Boys'

t f' : and cleared on her return trip Thursday Hull Mrs C J Southwick Boston ; Miss M Select for and Youths',
; inflicted the wound is a common pocketknife Boys and Girls,
't night with the following cargo : 192 Brookfield J M Brookfield,:Miss AM Brook- i
with a 3i inch blade. Both men are field, J E Brookfield, Brooklyn ; F Fleidner, Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson
; ; ; bales cotton, 152 packages hides and skins,
.. r ,:: natives of Georgia, Johnson hailing from M D, C L Robinson, Cleveland ; J H Falk- application.
:' 23 bales moss, 194 sacks cotton seed meal Jefferson county, but as the murder was ner, Julius Winter and wife, John E Green G. W. SCHUYLER. FINESmvvmc
100 barrels rosin, 9 barrels syrup, 80 cases F D Carley, Dave Hirsch, Louisville; 0 B Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental
committed in Florida. Johnson will be tried Music and French. 50
Sherman A E Bigelow. New Hampton
cedar, 60 boxes oranges, 83 packages merchandise -
.. f here. Iowa; I Goldsborough Maryland; J T Ba- : : :

r... J con, J D Lincoln, Mrs Lincoln, Plainville City Scrip
FJ How few men "know how to keep a Council Proceedings.A Mass ; Miss Lincoln, Broomfield, Mass; W For sale at market rates, in amounts not less

:c r ,, hotel!1" As many, if not more, fail in this regular meeting of the City Council was Tompkins, Waltham, Mass ; JR Ashley than $25. J. FRED LOHMAN.: uU iit I n L& !hm
n I
.' ; ; t." direction, as prove to the world their inability held last Wednesday, February 21st,and the wife and daughter, L S White, Joliet, Ill ; H Fernandina, Fla., December 30, 1882. tf ,
i' .r.t to run a newspaper. Good landlords F Hammon Lake Worth, Fla; Isaac L
r 1. \. are born, not made. It has been our happy following members were present: F. C. Kemper, Baltimore; Chas T Tyrer, Liver- Livery Stable at a Bargain. AND

t lot to meet in our recent travels in the South Subrer, president, and Aldermen Avery, pool; Francis Marsh. Surbiton, Eng; ChasI ++
a man whoso thoroughly knows his busi- Stevens London, Eng; J 0 Matthews, MrsJ I offer at a bargain my entire establish- =
t Lake D. Williams, P. Williams and Mc '
in this of
'., ness as to make it impossible to believe that 0 Matthews, Citra, Fla; A J Tuling, New- ment city, consisting Carriages, 1SLIIPERSEmbracing -
: he was not born a hotel keeper. And this Donald. buryport, Mass; W E Rice Lawrence, Mass; Buggies Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage ++-
: : is the opinion of all who have ever had the The minutes of the previous meeting were John Hoffer, John H Ziegler, Harrisburg, Horses, Harness, etc. -M-

1 '. good fortune to receive the hospitalities of read and approved.The Pa; A,K Warren and wife, Cbatau ua, N Terms of purchase, CASH.
: Y Mrs M A Taylor, Chicago J B Y War- G. F. AVERY. New and Popular
': the Egmont Hotel at Fernandina-Fla., of bill of R. L. Dennefield, marshal for ; ;
Office and Stable-First Street Broom
wife three children and Greens- ,near
which Mr. George W. Kittelle is proprietor. ner, nurse,
This new, elegantly-furnished perfectlyapr feeding prisoners, amounting to $2, was boro, Ga; A H Campbell, B P McDonald, Street Wharf. 46

pointed hotel, accommodating one Jmndrec ordered paid. Eli Kearns, Fort Scott Kansas; G W Allen, Real Estate SaJY"LESGENTS': : :
and which will remain until Savannah C D Willard Miss Elliott, Washington -
S"? + j fifty, open The chairman of the special committee ;
',i : E May 15th, is unsurpassed for cleanliness, ; H M Tucker, Springfield, Mass ; T For sale. Two desirable lots, well located.
bill of R. M. Smith
I superiority of cuisine, and elegance of ser- having in charge the J Quick, Colonel J J Dunn, wife, two chil- Apply to W. S. RAWSON.

I ;: ., .' vice. We take pleasure in testifying to the stated that the committee was not ready to dren and nurse, N P S Walton and wife, W Fernandina, Fla., January 6,1882-tf. FURNISHINGAND

;,t; r I excellence of the house in all particulars, report. M Davidson, Mrs'H G Powell, Mrs I Hines,
1.1.. 1 and are sure that all who may have occasion The following resolution was offered by Mrs W E Livingston, W H Livingston, T A Nassau Fibre,
r to visit Fernandina cannot dp better than Love, Jacksonville; G S Heron, Kenneth For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto
I to cast their lot for the time being with mine Alderman Avery and adopted: Clark and wife, H B Montgomery, Miss anything else in use. For sale by

I:"'. : J host Kittelle.-Boston Leader. WHEREAS, The special committee to whom Montgomery, St Paul, Minn; Henry A Wil- June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. BUl3EEB GOOIDSI ; .

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