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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: March 17, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
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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 )
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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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CII ULICOTA11.A ent varieties bordered the beds, which covered NEW YORK. Trenton, all he had to do was logo to the WASHINGTON.CONSIDERABLK x.e

quite an acre, and stately l lilies bloomedby -- ,. :Merchants Hotel. For young lawyers and

GRAND OLD SOUTHERN, PLANTATION HOME hundreds in their grace and purity, but MADISON SQUARE G.RDEYRUMOR THAT political aspirants the 3erchants'wasagood: SHIFTING AROUND IN THE COM-
THE BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE OF THE LVTEJCDOE the roses: excelled any I have seen elsewhere STOKES IS TO GIVE US TROTTING BY ELEC school for the exercise of the will power. MITTEES OF TilE SENATE-FORIEGN VISITORS "

M'GIIEE IN MADISON COUNTY. in size, coloring and fragrance.; The camelia TRIC LIGHT--THE LONDON FISH The boundless hospitality at the bar. whichwas -RESIGNATION OF MR. GILFILLAN. z:.
Chnleotah What a host of associations aponica, too, assumed the proportion of EXHIBITION. ETC.: the fashion, was enough to ruin the To thr. Editor of the Mirror\\ '
throng lily mind as my lips utter the sweet, rees here, and one accustomed to the To the Editor of The Mirror: stomachs and addle the brains of even the WASHINGTON; March 9,1853.1, '
musical Indian name, and my heart i is still florist's specimens grown in pots would NEW YORK, March 10, 1883., strongest who drank not wisely but too Mot: of our statesmen have taken flight .
fillisl 1 with a sense of the exquisite beauty of scarcely believe it possible that the flower What Ed Stokes proposes to do ''with the well. But if a man had will power enoughto from Washington( and, strange to say: the .
l the dewy spring morning some years ago. could attain the wonderful development it Madison Square Garden is still puzzling; men ( rely on, it was the best place in the worldto District did not tip up as they moved>> e

, when, leaving the train at Madison early reaches in our sunny clime. They could be about town Mr. Stokes himself" .smilingly study abstinence.- not withstanding! the fact that many of tbe m-.
that- gathered by hundreds daily from November answers all questions put to. him-in'an ex- The Westminster Kennel Club has negun were men of great weight (avoirdupois.) We

"There was no light, in earth or heaven until April. The pecan grows to perfectionhere extremely vague manner. ,.The latest rumors preparations for its annual bench show, know full well that When the Leaves-Be- z'
But the cold light of stars: ,"' and the orange can be grown with that he proposes to build atrack, inside which takes place in May next, and people gin to Turn" much of this same Congress ft ,
we pursued our way through this picturesque profit, as a few trees planted incidentally and giving trotting races, !t night by the with fine dogs ought not to miss the opportunity will return to us readily and remain with JJ JJus
I : hill country," which is certainlythe thirty years ago are still flourishing,, notwithstanding electric lilthtThis would_certainly: pay. of entering them in the classes to steadily, while on the other (hand takinga
fairest as! well as one of the most favored the neglect that the vicissitudes and give New Yorkers: and visitors in towna which they belong for the chances of studying hint from last'November, much of it will ,

portions of our beautiful State. About four : of fortune have brought upon this new amusement. In the summer such an superb specimens of caninity, and finding conclude that private interests: demand undivided h;: >
,, miles out of town we come to the "Cascade::! ," beautiful plantation .home. In fact, there is idea would be hailed with delight by the out where and how improvements can attention at home. However am-
a beautiful waterfall, the roar of whose a place beneath.the shelter of the hill, sur- large army of men whom business::; compels, be, made on many. I believe Superintendent ple provision will meet this deficiency.
waters sound like the beating of a heavy rounded .by water and a heavy growth of to !stay home. Long Branch and Rockawayare Lincoln means to pay particular attentionto There is no scarcity in the United States of. ;
surf upon the beach. The whole drive of trees, where the requirements of the orangeare too far away,to be done in a short trip greyhounds this year. The long tails the stuff of which Congressmen are made.

thirteen miles as exhilarating as new wine, met more perfectly than in most other of a few hours, and Coney .Island palls! on here are not what they are in England. The unfinished business left at the ad- ,/ ,q,?
antI every sense is steeped in enjoyment as places I know of. It is a place of wonderful one after a while. Thus a,man is compelledto There they are trained to hares, and their journment of each Congress always:: suggestsa
we inhale the perfume of the yellow jessa resource, for during the war I am told lounge in the corridors or bar-room of a speed and stamina developed. Here theyare rearrangement of the sessions. Congreasional -
mine that wreathes the forest and scents the that everything was made on the place for, hotel on evenings if!he would like to get a nothing more than toy-dogs. The differ- =: sessions: that may have met every:

fresh! spring air. while the starry dogwoodand the comfortable sUP ,ort of a large- white breathing spell of a couple, of hours. A ence between them is the same as betweenthe want half a century ago are inadequate,
bright-Iiued, red bud gladden our sense family and over hundred slaves. The best change from this senseless and soulless" trained race horse and the unbroken now to the growing demands of so vast and.

of sight; About two miles this side of of flour was grown and prepared on the mode of entertainment asTrollope described thoroughbred. What we need here is the populous a country as ours has become.

Cliuleofcih i* Lake Sampala, one of the most farm. the American style of hotel lounging wouldbe introduction of coursing, and then the greyhound Senators and Representatives: need to be
beautiful of our many blue-watered lakes.It It was patriotic feeling which made the more than desirable. would become useful. Rich men i forced by public opinion to recognize the
is about five miles long and three wide, Judge pride himself on the resources of the Exhibits from all parts of the country are have spent tens of thousands of dollars to demand fur a larger part of their time to b$

and furnishes! excellent sport for the piscatorial country, and he spared no pains or expenseto beginning to pour in on.Fish Commissioner: popularize fox hunting in this country, a spent in actual legislative work. It has beeq.
devotee. It is surrounded by a growthof develop them. The lumber for the house'and BlackfonJ. for transmission to, London. I sport which can never become popular on proposed:: that each Congress hold three sessions
majestic oaks, and is as seemingly placid furniture were all cut from the plantation had a little talk with him the other morning account of the manner in which 'the pro- instead of two, =so: as to make the
as the gentle moonlight, but it has a subterranean and machinery and men imported to and he assured me -that! it would not prietorship of land is distributed. Coursing whole of its two years available for legislation : -" '

outlet, and though successive at- make up after the handsomest models. surprise him very much if America would would give us a new sport, which would instead of the year and three mouths it
tempts have been made no plummet has During the Indian war General Taylor, repeat her Berlin triun ph, where she dis- not cost the twentieth part of what fox to which it i is restricted by the present sys>

sounded its depths. Just as we reached a afterward President was on his way from tanced every competitor, not alone in the hunting devours, and it would afford the tem.The

turn in the road, East Florida to the Cherokee nation to procure immediately practical display of the varieties means of ridding the country of the over- I. tariff question ghost will not down.
'. Before me rose an avenue an interpreter in order to confer with of fish caught in our waters, the modesof plus of rabbits and hares which have become It is the fruitful theme of discussion in po- "U
Of tall and sombruus pines;' the hostile Indians. The ,only highwaythen securing them and the method3 of pre- perfect pests to farmers in certain sec- litical circles here composed::! largely of .
and through their ** fan-like branches" we was the old St. Augustine road, and as serving them, but also, and mainly at that, tions. Members and Senators who have not yet re-,
caught a glimpse of Chuleotah. situated on Chuleotah was on the direct line of march, by her progress in fish culture. Apropos of Following the example of Mr. Farquhartin turned to the bosoms of their const:: tuen-
the old St. Augustine road, on the summit with a fine well of water, and the further this it may interest you to know that quitea London, whom the wags of the British cies. The free traders are a little afraid woof {.
of the highest hill between this point and seduction of a hospitable roof to offer him large amount of fresh fish are weekly capital} call a male professional beauty, a and iron have not beeu given a fair deal: ,;
the Gulf of Mexico, only twenty-five miles shelter, he called a halt and rested several shipped to England in their-various seasons. leading: young member of metropolitan Judge Kelly has compared the malcontents
distant. It was a magnificent structure in days. On his return from his mission he The Duke of Sutherland and several other "societ is about to adopt the stage as his to the man in Heaven who complained that v

its palmy days, being planned by its owner, found it convenient to rest'again' and then high and mighty subjects of Queen Victoria, profession. He has for two seasons been his halo did not fit. Kelly is evidently
Judge J. C. McGhee, one of the most cul- sprung up a friendship between the General who have an appreciation of the good thingsof one of the leading, spirits in the amateur pleased with the hit of his halo.

tured of Southern gentlemen, with the view and Mrs. McGhee that lasted through life. life, are regular customers for trout, sal- performances which have been given at The election of Senator Edmunds to the
having his wife, to whom he was especially Here it was that the interpreter rendered his mon, bass and other toothsome game fishes. various houses. This winter particularly, Presidency of the Senate will cause consid-

devoted, pass her declining years amidst first service, ,and converted" the commonplace They are packed fresh in flee; and arrive. when private theatricals became a mania, erable shifting around among committees f=
every comfort and luxury that tltoughtful Pine Hill" into the musical Chuleotah. in London in as perfect condition as if they he 'has, so to speak, eclipsed himself. He Senator Edmunds must retire from the R -
love and abundant'wealth could provide.In had been taken from .
just the water. "
was engaged to a fascinating and rich young chairmanship of the Judiciary Committee, ,
those days there were two equally hand I wonder how know the history of It strikes me that it is time 'for all the ?
and
many lady, the talk is that both the lady and which will fall to Senator Logan, who is no i '
some avenues of approach, the one from the the introduction into this of the journalistic and theatrical gushers to r
part country repress her parents have threatened to cast him off lawyer. As the latter is chairman of the
rear and the other from the front of the of the beautiful Mexican chapperal? their laudations of Lillian Russell. For a
should he take to the boards for a living. Committee on Military Affairs, he will sur-
house, which was built in the Gothic style, :Mrs. McGhee had heard, through the reportsthe young woman with a pleasing little voice, a The lady does it through the eminently render that to the next in order Senator -

with pointed roofs and stacked chimneys, soldiers of the Mexican war sent home, slight and not ungraceful figure, and a face practical reason that she does not wish to Cameron, of Pennsylvania, who is imbecile
while the most symmetrically massive: of the difficulty of charging the which in itself is of the milk and water t
enemy on expose her husband, that is to be, to the both in mind and body. Senator Cameron-
arches supported the extensive piazzas. i account of the dense growth of the chapperal order, but in the glare of the footlights and fire of beautiful eyes which have wrecked is already chairman of the Cummittee on
This, to me, was the greatest beauty of the I which because by the aid of skillful make-up, looks arch
hedges, were impenetrable of household and
many a the father, who is Naval Affairs, and may not wish to resign '";
whole for it seemed a fitting framework for their formidable thorns. Hearing of the and piquant, she has got as much advertis-
a banker, says that acting, unless a man is a decision which wou Id give Senator Harrison
the landscapes; of idyllic beauty on every peculiar beauty of the shrub, she procuredsome i ing as a genuine artist might deserve. I remember Booth, or an Irving, or a Barrett, or a Mc- the Committee on Military Affairs. Senator '
side. As you entered there were two halls of the seed, and in her large-hearted her when she used to sing on Tony is
Cullough, not respectable. Now, as it Miller will inherit the chairmanship of the
divided by an arch, each 20x20, and on never satisfied to enjoy anything alone Pastor's variety stage, and nobody thoughtthat
way would take even a heaven-born genius at Committee on Foreign Relations, and so '
either side! communicating by arched folding I she distributed them her she was a greater artist than the better
among many J least five or six years before he could be on. This general shake up may not place-
doors two drawing ro-wis 18x20 feet in I friends throughout the State. class of variety girls generally are. Harry '
I placed on a level l with these men, the old the right man in the right place, but motion .
size with deep bay windows. Adjoining. There was scarcely a thing about the place Sanderson, the business manager for Pastor, gentleman thinks that he cannot afford to prevents stagnation, and makes life I
the lower hall was the dining-room, with that did not have some deeply interestingstory who is a shrewd advertiser,,,made the most have a son-in-law whom he cannot. acknowledge more interesting.Dr. I
China closets and ante-rooms attached, and connected with it ; but the grand old of her. on paper, and thus popular attentionwas until the 1890 perhaps.
across from it.B ,large sleeping apartment, gentleman, with his gentle voice and quaint aroused to her. McCaull, who wanted -----.- -year--------- Max Bering a distinguished
with bath-room and conveniences. Above humor, after a long life of unselfish usefulness somebody to play Patience at the Bijou, A FLORIDA PICTURE.. ative of the Prussian Government, who i.\ 1
this floor were two stories with four large has fallen asleep, and the place that saw and engaged her. Whafwith' the good FERNANDINA, FLA., February 22, 1883. traveling in this country for the purpose of Af
rooms each, while over the front entrance, once knew him sha I know him no more schooling she received there she became a It seems strange to write at the head of examining our processes of agriculture t ;
one on each floor were the ladies' and gen- forever. capital Patience. She looked and acted my letter the name of one of winter's fiercest visiting Washington now. This week there '

tlemen's boudoir. The gentlemen of those The champion oak of the State stands on the part to perfection. Then a sort of glamorwas months, when by merely lifting my eyes, I has been an unusual demand for translatorsand
days were by .no means effeminate, so the what was once the front lawn and its thrown about her, half-a-dozen rich discover the loveliness of midsummer. Thisis interpreters, for, besides a delegation of

boudoir designed; for their use was converted spreading branches cover a half acre of young men were said to be dying from love a month without the heat of summer, but Chippewa Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians,
into a wine-room, but a more exquisite gem groiind. The old gentleman told me of the for the little. woman, and all New York with a soft breath bearing the sweetness of to see the Secretary of the Interior about ,
in upholstery,, and general appointmentthan time when it was a little twig in a fence spoke of her. Fortunately for her she became ripening oranges and the blossoms of the their lands, there is:: also in the city a partyof

f this ladies; private room one could corner, and spared because it was the only sick, and this helped her to become wild plum. Did you ever see wild white Japanese officials traveling for recreation -
hardly imagine. The walls were in the : live oak about. As if to clinch my theory still more popular. All this incense, how- roses? They are lovely and grow in the and an Embassy from Madagascar, +
dainty color of the sea-shell, with circles of that this place lacks nothing from Mother ever, has turned her head, and she has an same thorny tangle as do their pretty pink I having fur their object the treaty with the i'
faint blue and gold overhead. The one idea that she sisters the roadsides United States, which was ratified by Congress -,
Nature's generous endowment, I will state is a sort of comic opera Patti along in the North. It
mammoth window was heavily corniced that it i is One of the best sanitariums in the and for this reason tried to break her con- is early, they say, for flowers but the woodsare before they landed at New York. Special I

and richly hung with lace and silken draperies country, and that the mild gulf breezes and tract with McCaull. The manager, of course::! full of yellow jessamines and azalias, attention have been shown these am-' f
that blended artistically with the and the is half bassadors. and on Thursday::! they went '
the balsamic properties of the pines by got an injunction against her. His friends ground carpeted with violets
sumptuously dainty carpet of white, velvet .I which it is surrounded offer special inducements say, however, that he ought to have let her and waxy stars-flowers of a common weed.If down the river to Mount Vernon on the-
with its pattern of, flowers in their natural these. but forerunners of United States steamer Despatch, which was
to the sufferer from weak lungs and go, as without his aid and managerial skill are wonders yet
hues. The marble and inlaid tables were that it is perfectly free from malaria is she will find herself either a non-paying to come, my fancy cannot run wild enoughto placed at the disposal of Secretary Freling-
strewn with flip productions of the best what this land of flowers huysen by Secretary Chandler, the marine
back
demonstrated by a record of forty years, star or on the variety stage in a very picture may re-
authors in richest bindings, while of the which shows that there was no death from short time. band being detailed to accompany the ex

statuary, the only remembered example, fever during all that time, nor, indeed, a An old hotel changed owners this week. veal.The Egmont Hotel is the most delightful. cursionists. Invitations for the trip were ,
Was K'dia, the Blind Flower Girl," with serious case of the kind among a population This was the Merchants1 Hotel in Cortland home one could wish for, and this winter extended. to the Cabinet, Ministers and the

her pathetic offering of rarest flowers. On of But over, alas a hundred! Tempora souls.miitantitr, ct nos mu- street. Some years ago, under a former not only boasts of a crowd of old habitue's, ladies of their families, the Diplomatic
the! back of t let house a wing extends on tamur in duds!" Alas I with fortune flown, management, it was the metropolitan resort but holds most of its would-be transient Corps and others, the party numberingabout
either side, formjng a court in the Spanish everything about this stately mansion has for Jerseymen.: From the ferry at the foot visitors an indefinite length of time. Mr. seventyfive.The .

style. On one side was the library with its thousand fallen into pities partial that decay with all, and its possibilitiesfor it seems a of Cortland street the men would make a Kittelle. the proprietor, is a kind and most resignation on Tuesday of Mr. James .

walls lined with.bogks, and easy chairs and ( what has been been may be again, ), someone bee line for the snug, cheerful bar-room, genial gentleman and well appreciated by Gilfillan} who has for six years, with so .
tables filling the room ; and joining it a bed with pecuniary means could not develop where squadrons of other Jerseymen were his guests. There is certainly a charm in much efficiency and genial courtesy, discharged
chamber. In the other wing were the most and adapt them to t.hevantl: of the many ranged at, the bar to greet them. I know the half-tropical (gardens of the hotel' and in the responsible duties of United
the where fountains and
who come yearly to find health and pleasurein park splash mocking -
thoroughly appointed) domestic arrangements our midst, or better still, restore it to its several gentlemen of high standing from the birds sing in the shade <>f stately palms States Treasurer, causes surprise and gen-
consisting of kitchen, laundry store- original position as the handsomest countryseat interior counties of the Mosquito State who, and orange trees laden with golden fruit. eral! regret.
room and china closets. In connection with in the whole State of Florida. The after visiting New York several times a There is also a charm in the soft, balmy air Since I 'f
year began writing singular adventure
the sweet memories of this noble old place of the lovely city: by the sea. but above all a -
house, besides the farm, on which the crowd thick and fast upon me, but for decades, perhaps had never seen the interior the fastidious 'epicure finds delight; in the in which ex-Secretary Blaine figured I
finest sea island cotton was raised were' the Alas! not always does the breath of song of a hotel other than the Merchants' exceptionally fine'cuisine of the Egmont. and has been kept remarkably quiet has /
stables, henneries, vegetable gardenvine- Breathe on us.: It is like the wind that and perhaps the Astor House. They wouldsit Beside the boating, fishing and hunting been made public. As he was riding home
the beach is famous. For miles ,
yards, and last but not least, the flower blowethAt on the oldfaaslnionedwide piazza that stretch of dazzling white sand twenty beaten hard a from the Capitol one night last week, around
garden.At its own !1"sweet will, not ours, nor tarries ran around its front for hours and hours of and trackless by receding tides until it forms i clean-cut hole was made in the plate ,
this time there were some sadly vacant long summer afternoons and never grow tired. one of the most magnificent beach drives in glass of the landau in which he was seated. I
And a pressure of daily duties drives me the world. The other drives either
chambers in my heart and how the brightness from this tender contemplative mood into From ascertain parlor the whole State of around Fort Clinch to"Old Town,are"a quaintold Neither he nor the driver heard the report ;
and beauty of-the flowers dispelled the the world again, and the gentle phantoms of New Jersey was ruled. Governors and ) settlement, or through forestsof of a pistol though the rumbling; of the i
cold and gloom therefrom. Ever since I bygone pleasures flit back into the dark hallways leaders of parties would meet there and dis- pines whose branches interlacing are wheels could have prevented that. If the ,
have loved them and derived unspeakable of the past, and I am reminded that their Slates made and dl"dptad.with the soft gray moss that every- *
cuss plans. were affair
was not ) accidental it
wholly
after all have, become could
perhaps, garrulous, where in Florida throws a peculiar solemnity ,
happiness from them. Flowers of all kinds:: and had best keep further reflections for broken there, and if any one wanted to over the landscape.-3f. L. (., in Home have been nothing less: than au attempt at "
seemed to thrive here. Bulbs of the differ another time. E. know what was, to be the next move in Journal. assassination.

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A MAIDEX. I of wollUw she loved Juan Medina ; how nutchcte*. Let him leave live men only in "I shall be there to-morrow ; you can goon He hates the idea Chucha unfaithful. Of
", (/ 'J."I I l he had told her of having robbed the arrli- theJ"'s tri.rctltllif the stragglers. Rafael l ;!: ," replied Juan. *'l must go to Marava the present? What cares he, with a good
.: : Vain are the common metaphors of son,; I bishop's gold ; how he came to see her; in a ;i on foot'to rose, and tell him the tio to-night to see Chucha." horse bet ween his legs and no more danger
"'f To'paint this lovely one ; j' word, everything she knew of him} and his jwhereabout j moment he hears us tire to set half! a dozen "What into the lion's mouth !" exclaimed than in many of his escapades? Of the future -
Ii ;'1:r 1 All language does her wrong '. !*, tinder the searching questions men thr'\YtnI\HVlf: the: wall a buve'thae iii i Gabriel, aghast. ? What future? a future without Chu
1,1,1 j In which the praiseofothernrddsissung: uf the cunning priest. lfec-pini, ihe girl and! coiiie himself up ;; und \\v'll drive tin : I'll go up the canyon with von. and up cha There can be no happy future. And
:, I The misty! tenderness of spring, I. received the absolution from his hands: covI whole train'al]lOwir the hilltu 'the Wl'll.: and to the cr'ss-roads,. and then I will strike he wanders back again to the window scene
,. ; p"t' ,1 A voting dove with its lifted wing, I l'rl1llwr face in her bawl, and I glided 1 out then intu't 1J\'a hulIallcl; have the mules t down to Jose's and wait there till night. in Maravutio. How beautiful she had looked
f A lily ere its: den is shed of the door+ while the priest went to Colonel at the.coast in, three da.und._ the plunder The coyote is there, you know ; but go to amid her tears:: even How he had loved
::: Snow-.lropi with: roes overhead, Torres', quarters safe in the Luurelis. Run Run !! Run i :Miiravutio( to-night, 1 must, und that is all," her. and did still But could she ever he
\' ,, .i: ., Cletr: coal blomtiugin a purple sea, I have got all He has a cave in the I. Follow me down to the right !" said the other. his now ? The only woman he had ever
.; ; .' Pure pearls U11 I Hoft-carved ivory. Zopilote canyon, but mostly haunts the In five minutes they were ensnihced' in ai i To change :Medina's purpose Gabriel knew really) cared for ; the"only one in whom he
f.I. : A gliding fawn in j isminc shade cHiE to the left, just above the Puerto and thick grove of scrub oak.jst-irce; one hundred i was impo>sible; so, mounting, they rode I hud confided all-then to be foiled almost at
l l' : if' A May-fl.iw-r smiling half afraid he will be in here again Saturday eveninu. feet from'the road. "Now, men. steady l!: up slid out of the mouth 01' the canyon, the last moment.
L ,1.... '" An airy cloudlet's fleecy tress. Post some men on the east>ideof thepuertn, Remember the old word "Death to tans 'j.' where: it opens into a broad fertile plain two .. Haltu ahi r challenges the picket
h/: \ '.. .:,. '. Tinged with the new mo.,ns* chaste: caress, MI that if he escapes f.xmi here a squad) L-.HI Spaniard !" Save all the ln ) : 't.': 1 Faint o ION! of pale I mignonette follow him, and he's Mire to go up the the cavalry get past for Gabriel: and whit-mi I|I struck up into the hills to the right, and altogether forgotten in his reverie, and
t' r;;-I .. With Twilight's languid kisses wet canyon pass the cave, and so on to the high I give the word, give the infantry the contents j I after eight or ten miles separated at the which now loomed up white and cold
.' \ ; .: 'h The Dawn's first blushes, and the look ground on the left ; and there you'll have of your trnlucus., and then out on them cross-rlJad against a dark bank of trees only some hUIl-
< 4tf. ; r4 : That gleams: within a mountain brook- him between the men on the east and the with, the machetes awl ride them down." dred yards away.

t"\ ;,,;..:f .:, All hint of her, hut none express cliff. But many; a i horse tr was pawing the ground III. To be only a 11I1ndred'yards from twenty
; ',: Her nature's perfect, luveliness- And I suppose he always leaves the blowing well-armed and mounted
i4 eagerly ; a man was nervously: dragoons who are
"' eh many It was:: nearly two in the morning when
.i"i'l:; Her purity of l look arnl-tone. coyote in the same. pasture ? at his priming ere .the helmets of the on the watch for you would be too close
Juan
Chucha' window in
was knocking at !
f. !" "I i t The light i of love about her thrown, Yes. first few dragoons rose.to the crest: quarters for most men, but room enough for
g.: Her delicate ami winsome! Very well ; now I know how to manage Maravutio, cursing the innumerable patrols
: :1 grace .Half a dozen men riding negligently, Juan and the coyote. In three minutes
of cavalary had been forced avoid
i I ; The chiseled clearness of her face it. There's no use in shooting the Indian to on
4 there
I. chatting'aUld smoking; and then a I'ace.f (down were as many large irrigating ditches
his from the mountains and
.' ; ;:':'i ;J The sweet repose in which she lives, dog; ; I want to catch him alive, and then .a hundred .yards or so to the main body of way between Juan and the picket, still cranning
: t;:: :t Unconscious of the joy she gives; devise some pretty little means of gettingrid dragoons, in number some; sixty. Then; the his wondering lateness.how cross: Chucha would be at at the first one. Then across the river at a
(,r''I' '. Of all that's finest, naught but her of him that may be alike objectionable long line of :'forty pack-mules ; the mules !' cattle-ford, only known to herdsmen and
b'r : :1 f. : ii Can be her clear interpreter. to him and serve as a warning to the rest of grunting and puffing up. the steep-every Chucha windows, open-it's me, he back whispered.The robbers, and into the road half a mile be-
;1 ; !'t Her beauty is a spirit trueai these Indian brutes. I don't think he can five with their Indian driver, and each with I were flung suddenlyand yond. The picket evidently had not seen
: 't To all that is: divine( in get out of town ; but. if he does, we'll have Chucha the picture of agonized pair, him} back
.* fc ;y i F,' you ; its little leather saddle-bags, which might her knees the bars come to the road again, so that
'1 t a A sight of her is a new sense him at the head of the canyon. Saturday, four dropped on by he could slacken
# contain thousand dollars:: in silver, ,or the gallop down to the
: : Fly, Juan, fly !-they are watching for
i :<: ,.: To one in love with innocence the day of the conducts, you say? Why, sixty thousand.dollars:: in gold, who knows? all the town knew Mexican jog-trot, alike so untiring to man
over they were
then he's certain attack it and I you ; you
not to can and horse. The low
'' As the dragoons came opposite to the ambuscade i corning, and you are surrounded. grass fields, with wil
.'r;. -:. ',,',' :f, PUKKTO DE MEDINA. send on a couple of hundred men the day the infantry bringing up the rear "Caraniba how did they know that?" low-fringed irrigating ditches, give way to
L before the Jordanna back and .
to to
come the little below more broken ground covered with locust
.. r : 1 were just rising slope a asked Juan in surprise. ,
I .' ;+wL ;;' Mexico, as Greece, for many a year has corral him. A bumper! a bumper where Jose was posted. "Oh, my God my God it was Father cactus, agave and weird, gray-stemmed
''. y; \: been famous and infamous for its highway The morning of the conducta came, but The whole thing was over in thirty seconds.A Hurtado; I .confessed it to him. Forgiveme huele de notche" trees redolent with great
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<..,,L .:,f robberies. contrary to the expectation of Colonel Torres shrill whistle from Juan, a rain of bulletson forgive me, Juan, I have killed !" white bell-flowers. Ahead loomed up a
"', .:f' ttt; 1' I;;, At the present day these are but the acts Juan Medina: with about forty armed to both cavalry and infantry. A wild. Juan's answer, whatever it would you have spur of the mountain range, along which he
.: :1' \-t; I:' l of vulgar footpads or marauding bands ofrevolutionists. men, sat awaiting it in a thick clump of charge; in which the impetus of the horse : been, was cut short by the furious gallop of must coast until the mountain is reached.A .
,i : t: :J But a hundred years: ago oaks on the north side of the puerto, a lung .told more than the tnflcheta flickering around I a horse the street, followed by the jang- coyote "yap-yapping" across the road, a
.5'.t F : ", and more, when the pressure of the Spanish:: gross hillside, blooming with begonias from 'their liead A wild confusion, as the pack- ling of up cavalry scabbards. For an instanthe tulliwee ping flock of curlews over his
'. > :t'lf.'I" [ yoke was grin-ling: the souls and bodies of the first May rain, and studded with oaks, train turns at a lumbering; canter down the hesitated. "To kill the crying girl and head, are his only companions. The chase
the Mexican Induns to exasperation, and ran down to a little land-locked basin, shutin hill, bursting through the already broken and then himself only needed two dagger has died away and the only point to fear is
; .,.;" 'as the first dawn of liberty began to glimmer on one side by the hill on which were line infantry below. A few gallant rallies blows. But was she worth it? Ere he could the bridge at Pomocn, five miles beyond.
: : ; .} through the mind of the boldest, there existed Juan and his companions; while on the against the inevitable where three or four answer his plan changed by recognizing the The game is up, he feels ; he must get over
': I a different class of highwiy; robbery, other the cliffs rose sheer some two hundred Spaniards: back to back, try to save themselves coyote sweeping the street toward him. to Laurelis as soon as possible. The c nductn -
n ... r 1.' 1'" which perhaps might better be described! asa feet. At each end ofthis basin the hill approached : although the day be lost-to no purpose I A whistle brought up the horse close:: to him taken in, and Torres, the best officerof
J'r:' guerrilla warfare: waged against their persecutor the cliff! so abruptly and so closelyas though.; The bell-mouthed trim ucu and hurling a curse at the fainting girl, he: the West, killed all in a day, will be
r.;.a', I *, the Spaniards. to form veritable natural gateways, between rains bullets around them, the desperate was into the saddle and away into a. cross enough to make the viceroy hunt him
: .M I Many a place lug taken its name from which crawled a winding rocky road charge of the horsemen with the machete street at full gallop. They've left a picket down like a dog. Chucha-to the devil
',,:}i!( some bold gucrrillero now forgotten, and the dropping on the west and east both suddenly stabbing death, the lasso swinging a more ut all the gates ; the best wilY i is to run the with Chucha No use for women in his
,.: '- I I scene of many a deed of daring, many a gallant into valleys tributary to the river Lerma. certain death for the fugitives. Spain cannot gauntlet of the cuartel und try the main business, except old Mother: Josefa in the
.... is marked On the ,west the cliffs turned northward odds and after look cave Best there get her and the
: rv.1 struggle, only tudaby a fight again< this one gate. They won't think I shall dare to try go money
'; I little pile of stones: by the wayside, its history after the gateway, rising higher and higher, over the fields Medina with a few pickedmen that, and I think the coyote can jump it." on hoisebuck. and over the hill to Gabriel's.
I :'>I! tl"tl"t't' buried and forgotten. until at about a mile away, where a large is so certain of the result, that. he is But the three short turns before he got into Hurtado probably knew of the cave, and
," :'id One legend there is, though, of a spot stream came into the valley, they ,were full hurrying after the train to stop them ere the main street kept the pursuers:: uncomfortably the old woman might be killed if found
,'. ,,'; :;Pf B; called the Puerto de Medina," on the! five hundred feet. they shake the bags off heir backs or founder. close, as he dare not let the horse there.
:, t I' ; boundary line at the State. of Michoacan, "GirambaJ what keeps them?" said Juan themselves. out in full running for fear of a slip ut the Pomoca at last Which road shall he
; and some two hundred miles from the City testily Over-rocks, boulders and ugly country of but when and take when he gets to the l Title farm? Across
I corners:: ; they were passed,
C : 'I't' of Mexico, on the great highway westward. "Ola"," Jose! bring me the horse." all sorts dashes the bay, to bd brought the gray felt the rein slacken, down the the bridge and so past Tepetongo, or along
r': : :::1 r, that time cannot obliterate, and even to-day, Why, Colonel," Raid one of the lounging .plunging and rearing, as Juan heads the street he raced.! The Hnlto ahi Quien the trail to the right?
': : i C' before entering tlut steep detile, the rich group, "you are riding the red. Why didn't train just at the broken wall and forces! them vive La Guarda !" had hardly been challenged A gleam of light from the Magdalena:: on
;..''. 'I' landowner motions to his armed servants to von bring the coyote? I am afraid it won't into the fields, and in two minutes they are in quick, rough tones from the cunr- the opposite hillside shows some early} peons
",i, :i! I;: close up and' keep a bright lookout ; the bring us good luck." steadied down and walking slowly off lel (barracks) ere Juan was thundering pastit making ready for the day How bright the
,' ':;;,f' passengers in the joltingdiligencelook wistfully Never fear," replied Juan, as a heavy, toward the gur e. Gabriel i is getting together too fast for the volley the guard gave moon was, und how still the night Twenty -
," :, !.'I t for their escort ; and the master of the thick-set bay, with black points, was led up. the arms and horses of the soldiers:: above, him. That he felt was the critical time-for yards more and he'll be at the cross
r : .:.,,:; r pack-train urges his laden mule forward, "The coyote has work to do fur to-night, and Jose with half a dozen: men, is sent himself he thought not, but for the horse roads. The mares corulied opposite the
t"';' lest the dust of old "Juan de Medina" and if the bay cannot carry me I can go on down to the little tavern to see that no one I and he gave a sigh of relief as the horse; farm- ate on the thrashing, floor, where
,,;, ?gm'i:: burst from! its grave under the cliff, and foot flammba a burro would be good plays false there, though little fear there i is. neither swerved nor trembled in his gallop they have been plodding u ceaseless: round,
." d. swoop. d awn up in them through the oaks, enough to take in this amducta. Only two Another picket is sent on n> Maravatio when the volley hissed around them. And start up and snort as he appears. Quicn
,._ 'j'!', as he had Jjne so oft in life on the Span- hundred men Pshaw I wonder though, road, and Juan, with the booty, rid slowly now for the gate, the pretty white houses all viref" rings out from the bridge road and
; 4' ; lar.!. where that two hundred marched to last onward. Down through the green cornfields agleam in the brilliant moonlight changed Juan jams his spurs:: into the gray dashes
1'r'h; Few details are known of Medina's life, night; or rather, where they have gone to stopping now and again to throw into luw hovels, from which the dogs rush past its mouth and up the right-hamid trail,
,,''i I'I" and all that have been able to gather only this morning There's no one on the road down the stone walls dividing them winds: out barking in his track ; then the long par- to find dragoons springing up on every side
t t'I, ., ; : show that the place took its name from him Ixtlahuaca way, is there?" the train of mules and horsemen, some of apeted causeway, lined with weeping: willows of him, unmounted fortunately, all save
s : on this wise. Not but ourselves, captain;' was the the latter staunching( their fresh wounds ; with its low fields of affairs one, who bars the passage of the narrow
swampy
answer, as Juan swung himself into the anon one or ,two dropping back to help trail ahead of him. But the dragoon's horse t
:1 J : +tM on each side; und the gate is before him.
,,I \ heavy silver-plated saddle, and turned the along a comrade who has had rather more No one there And he j is within fifty yardsof swerves' underthegray'stlmunderiugcharge,
,t' I. bay's head up the slope. than his share of the fight;; and who, with it when twenty dragoons form "on the and his muster drops heavily on to the lane
1"' Somewhere about the middle of the last Up and up through the oaks stepped the that dogged Toitec courage, or, possibly, outside of it from the roudside. Trapped by the footpath, under the thrust tf Juan's
5: \ century, one steaming May night, a man sturdy bay, unmindful of the weight of his want of keen appreciation of pain that more One furious wrench at the heavy Spanishbit machete. The broken ridges of lava, covered -
.iI I: stood I beside the iron barred windows of a rider, until the bald top of the hill i is reached, civilized races have, keeps on horseback to brings the : on to his haunches, and with heavy nopal cactus:: are all that
'II F I. home in the little town, Maravatio: chatting and Ju.in throws himself on a rock to scan the last. The bottom of the hill is reached, the horse gray around on his )hind legs, save Juan from the muskets behind. }o'if-
,,4 :! in low tones with a girl inside. the scene below him. und then they strike a trail winding along pivoting he him boldly at the wall to teen miles from the cave, over a villainous
1. '::1' I "I tell thee," said the nun, "there is no But no sign is there of the long-expected the stream up into the canyon. the puts right. It's a long drop some parapet eight feet, .trail, curumba how well Torres took his
,1 : fear; unless, indeed," he added after pause train of troops and pack mules. Even with the sun almost at high noon, but will he clear the irrigating ditch ? And precautions I 1 suppose I am free now at
'1 .' my Ciuu.hit: betrays mi. Poor little one, To the westward, half a mile away and how dim and foreboding the gorge looks, as the horse lunges outward und downward all events, unless the gray lames himselt in
1 .;I" but thou wouldst not do that for all the gold below, is the little white wayside inn":'a few scarce one hundred feet broad at the bottom sickening of uncertainty this cursed mulpuis. They'll give up the
a sense comes over
,; i of the viceroy ?" wayfarers:: indulging in a quiet breakfast inclosed in rugged rock walls five hundred him How long it seemed ere they struck chase !before the canyon, and I'll have timeto
;' 1', "G ).l of my life, no !I" sighed! the girl ; with the inn-folk ; then beyond, the stage- feet high, which, from below look as Juan seemed to hear the hurried orders of get the old woman on to the horse and
'
r ; *but Juan, remember the risks you run road winding wearily for a couple of miles if they met at the top. The harsh bark of Torres to the dragoons to ride out along the away, anyhow, before daylight.
j 1 t.t coitndmg, here so often, though you are disguised through the bad land," on which points of a raven is all the response to the stream cascading und the river and cut him off, Hold up, coyote!1" They are now skirting -
: .[t though; the c/"lteii: already saddled gray: black lava glittered under the sun. down into gray and black pools; the und causeway hear, too up, the "cara uha from the along the edge of the stream, sometimes,
": ', I in the (pasture, souls day' you must be suspected Further, a faint cool ripple on the water in mules, tired with their long morning !march, troops following him ere the gray crashes I two hundred feet below them, and again at
j ; and), when once suspected, you are the great reservoir of Tepetonge, bedded in made bad work of it up the: rocky trail, und into the alfalfa below. A deadened blow a their own level, as they rose:: und fell on the
.. : 4 lost. Colonel 1 Torres has swam on the altar waving green corn-fields, mapped out with more than one falls and has to be relievedof fearful shudder, a mad reel forward, and the long veinous ridges of lava, jutting down
} ; to avenge his brother : and that affair of the walls. part of his load. himself and is black and snake-like from the line of craters
pulls
a coyote together again,
'1; '. '. archbishop's money has set all the clergy How cold the gray-stone tower of the In about a mile a little grass lawn opens through the deep holding ground of rising; to the right. The chase is soon hull ,
.\ "; '!I against yon You are rich and I have something bath-house, from which a white film of mistis out about a hundred yards:: across on the away the alfalfa patch. If he can get throughthe down, and the gray going steadily and well,
:.: .- ; let us go frll1here and live a tree rising, stands out against the ruddy tiles right of which a heavy stone wall covers river now at some place, Torres and his jogging walking, cantering, picking his way
:: ': "j j life down on the coast." and brick walls of that village I -call'it not the entrance of the ca.'e.U Ride on, two of dragoons have such a long round that they from stone to stone anon swinging out intoa
,d { No, Chuchita, mia, no I must despoil house, though closed in one giant wall it be. you, to the reservoir, and keep watch the will be too lute, and the desultory fire of gallop when he finds good going,us though
1 .r the' persecutors somewhat more. There are Westward still, over the undulating grass Jordama way, and ,"the mules unpackedquick the troops behind him i is not enoughto trou- he. too, was well aware that the safety of
ail' I two conductaa passing: the pit&rto soon, and I plain, off which brood-mares and cattle are men !" was the order. ble him. A long staggering jump over an his master depended upon his holding to-
'. :' : have them I mu't. Hist! adios, vida mia" lazily wending their way to shelter for the The horses are tied up to the trees around, irrigating ditch, und then better going, as gether for many an hour yet.
t 1', .. and he slipped way under the half moon- noontide, to Pomoca, where the mountains and a man put at each end of the lawn to he keeps close to the edge of the river looking The mists of the valley rise ghostly under
: light. almost brushing against two men at the mules from straying, and in ten the waning the bleat of the sheep
,"., : i shut in the upper and more torrid plain, prevent for a ford, but the bunks are too steep. moon,
.I t the corner. only to open wider! again in the greater luxuriance minutes the sacks' arc brought into the At last, under a willow tree, three hundred and low of waking herds: from Tepetongoecho
.,t', :'. n.' :, Keeping well outof ht, they follow I him of the Maravatio valley, all abound mouth of the cave and the counting and yards below his old fording place, where he down the morning air. The walls of
\ I : to the edge of the'town, where, springingover with rich green growth ; far in whose corner, sharing began. Thirty-nine mules, with can see a squad of dragoons posted, turns cliff loom and loom up ahead darker and
I',' a stone wall, he whistled up a gray nearly thirty miles away, can Juan: discern four thousand silver dollars each, and one the gray at another deep drop. This time, darker, us the first faint glimmer of dawn
t :' 1 11; : horse feeding in a meadow, and in a moment the Moorish:: spire of the church-that churchin mule with gold ounces that made the men's thoughinto water. The plunge fairly rendsin struggles to take the place of the day-star
.-d', ':'' t more was across the river and cantering which she is worshiping, maybe is now eyes sparkle-forty-eight thousand was in twain the little stream, and ere Juan and above them.
J' .'' t away through the mesquite bushes on the praying for him. But no mule train yet those two small bags. It was a good haul- the gray can see through the dripping The malpnis is past, and the trail I leads
: iJ': plain beyond. and his eye wanders on to the westward, better than they had expected. water they are struggling against the through damp shauyfis and over grassy meadows -
'. 1ti'h I : ,Carambal that was he," snarled one of past the town, over chime upon chime, hill One-tenth of the whole booty was laid bank. He slips off the horse, which opposite a couple of miles! to the face of the wall
5 I 55 the two "and that was the coyote So, aside for the widow and orphans and before him out of which rills the canyoned
;, .I. ; upon, hill, peak upon peak, dying away in- one- crawls out as soon as his master, who claws ,
t' uy friend It's a pity to stop! your billing defiiiitely under the spring haze, save where tenth for the general fund for keeping up his way up the willow roots. On his back stream, which eighteen hours before saw
.. ', and cooing ; but stop it I will before two the bald top of the Capulin rises blue-black the guerrilla system,one-twentieth for Juan and away again,free The up-stream squadof the band ride from victory. How long ago
.: fl" ,, ; weeks are out. Ah, Juan Medina, Juan under its puny garb Petulantly he turns to and the two lieutenants ; and then the rest dragoons, afraid to cross or not knowing it seemed What was life to him now, that
..' ;, Medina trapped at last I And now let's off follow up the stream to the southward, to was equally divided among the one hun- of his old ford, pepper wildly at him to no he could not trust Chucha? And back
'' ( to Padre Hurtado's. where it is: shut in by dark cliffs in which dred and twenty men who had taken partin purpose. The squad with Colonel Torresare again with fuller force came the long year-
I .i In a few minutes the priest's house was lies the well-known cave ; and over the the raid, giving each about a thousand a quarter of a mile away at least, and he old feeling that he was alone-an outlaw,
t ;: reached, and the two were let in by a sleepy table-land to the eastward, where far, faraway dollars. pats the horse's shoulder as they sweep out an outcast. True, he might be fighting for
5 [ ;j. porter.g he just:: can make out the peak of The money in gold and campaign fund of the low land and on to the firm-holding his country, but what chance wag there? In
s :: i. "Ola, Padre Get up and give us a. bottle Xochititlan, raising a sugar-loafed head five was soon repacked on a couple of the stout- turf above, free Stop single horsemanis all the years he had been ut it, he had only
,'. :. 'l;. of Tinto' for ourgood news We've tracked thousand feet high out of the fair meads of est mules, and five trusty men despatchedwith racing up the road to the left: to cut him had some ten men he could rely upon. All!
.. I I' the wolf to his lair and the coyote to his the broad Lerma valley. Nothing on the it over the mountains to their old off. Instead of turning the short bank of of the rest-and hundreds there hud been-
A pasture!J"J"I shall have my revenge for my road ahead of us at any rate.;' he mutters. treasurer and father-confessor at Laurelis. the river with the rest of the dragoons he had, after making a little money, turned
.' i h i rother. But as his eye turns back to the westward, In a few minutes more appear Gabriel and has held on up the main road. Only Colonel either informer, or else had left the gang ;
'./ ; .: ;: 44 Peace, my son 1 I-not so loud ; the fiend he springs up and forces the bay backward his band, with the captured arms and Torres' black can gallop like that. Yes the and now, after uccl.'S8fulcoup to-day,
..' ; has friends everywhere. I come" And down the slope they had come up. Scarcea horses. The arms ,are given to those who Colonel it is! Well, we'll try conclusions perhaps he should find himself with only
t.' i''f: i anon the broad figure of the priest steps out mile away was the pack train, hidden want them most; the horses:: and mules are between the Spanish Colonel and the Indio twenty men, and without Chucha-her he
of glass door on to the piazza. divided lot and a man sent down to could not No he must be alone
\ a hitherto in a deep gully-two companies of up by Medina, says Juan between his teeth. If marry. ,
c Ica"J t-'\.1 A Tight and the wine were brought. cavalry in front and three companies of infantry the tavern to recall Jos In the whole af- both keep their line they must come together alone always, curse the thought! Thegloomywalls
; : t And now for your news, friend Colonel." behind. The idiots cannot have a fair only one man was killed and nine in about half a mile ; and both doTorreswith of rock fall asunder, and the little
,, f: Padre," he answered, "Juan Medina has hundred and fifty men. Can they be goingto wounded-two badly ; while, as Gabriel his .pistol out and Juan with his riata glade, half in dense shadow, half in moon-
'S 't: :,' taen in town three nights this week, and to- entrap me? Impossible !IVell, at all grimly informs Medina, not a Spaniard escaped (lasso) trailing behind him. When scarce light, is before him.
1 JJ. 1;, : iiight I found out the petticoat that brings events, 111 change the order of battle." So twenty yards apart, the Colonel bids him He calls old Josefa. No answer, and the
>. l> him here. Guess who it is? saying he mounted, and sent the bay down Well," said Juan, we must move from stand, Juan, who has his gray well in hand, handkerchief on the eastern end of the wall
'" i :' You are more likely to know than I, my the hill at a pace that showed he cared for here nuw. The other conducta starts in ducks his head and rides straight at the tells him she is up the valley. A sort of
I' I f Sf friend. Say on." his own neck as little as for the horse's fore- about three weeks, and we cannot attack it black. Bang goes the pistol, and as Juan foreboding comes over him that all is not
ijfifim L Chucha Delgado." I here. All this part will be patrolled. Get passes under the black's stern, the loop of right, and he rides on past the cave ; and
; r : The first' two bottles were soon replaced legs.A gallant figure he was his tall form to your homes, boys, as quickly and quietly the riata settles over the Colonel's shouldersto half a mile from it Josefa shows herself, and
;i' : ,ti' :: by more, and dawn saw them separate. swinging in the saddle with that peculiar as you can.lind., no drinking and gamb'ling the waist. A sudden jerk that no horse- in a whisper tells him that the head of the
S t.l t.. loose and graceful Mexican seat, the ends: of on the way, and you'll hear from me man can withstand, and Juan is ..gallopingup ) gorge is patrolled by infantry from the Jor-
l "' $'., 1[. his gaudy sarape streaming out over the in two or three weeks. Till then, adios !" the road dragging over its cruel stones a danna, and that he had better turn back.
1, At noon a girl was kneeling beside the horse's quarters the broad white felt hat, And within three hours of the fight all lifeless body. In a hundred yards the end But even as they speak, they hear the clank
y. confessional in a dark side aisle of the little heavily garnished with silver, flashing in visible traces of the band were scattered on of the riata is let go from Juan's saddle- of horses and steel coming up from below.
3 church, muttering low her tale of life. and out of the ''dark oak trees, while the the little mountain trails to the southward bow, knowing the chase to be too hot to Caught, caught !
L A pause. silver buttons on his jaguar-skin overalls except Juan' Medina and his" first:: lieutenant stop and take it off the body; and he settles Take the sheep-trail-quick," says Jose-
n r v "Is that all, my daughter said Father tinkled a merry tune. who, with two servant-, were taking a the coyote down into a steady gallop. fa ; the old horse can make it and you can
oa. Hurtado's voice from within."Oh The rattle of his horse's hoofs had roused light breakfast 6f black beans and red pep- It is six miles to the bridge across the i get out on the down above, and so away to
Padre," sobbed the girl, "it is not the men, who were mounting fast and furious per, the sting of which was relieved by lit- Little river," where there i is probably a .. the northward."
w soy secret; it is another's. If I betray the gleam of battle in every eye. tle flat corn cakes, prepared by the old In- cavalry picket on the scout for him ; the "Adios, Josefa I shall never come back ;
him=' "Here, Isidoro, said Medina; "quick to dian woman who kept the cave. troopers behind cannot live with the gray all my money in the cave is yours if you can
d" "Stop, my child said the priest. Betray Gabriel, to the east, and tell him to follow We had better be jogging soon, cap- even at this pace for three miles ; so for save it," said Juan sadly, as he started up
: ? him you cannot under the seal of con- down opposite to us ; to give the leading tain," said Gabriel, as they finished. It them he has no care. He has nothing to the slender path which led on to the high
fession. companies a volley when he hears the old won't be long before this is known, and we do but nurse the gray and think. Think of table-land to the left of the canyon, turning
t And the poor girl sobbed out all her tale signal, and then out on themwith the had better make for the Laurelis." what Of the past?perish the thought. short back toward its mouth.
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An awful trail it was, giving scarce a t.ot-I: known who hath' given. ..them. this fair land l las -------- ------ -, Groceries. Provisions, Ship Chandlery, etc.H.E.DOTTERER. +,

hold to the horse. And slowly "and : an heritage. PARKER'S HAIR .BALSAM.Eg"
fully Juan strutted up t it, till he could >ee, A few hours hater:and the encampment) i- .
the'clrJ oonf two hundred fret below, riding; .wrapped in profound silence.. The tnoonlighr "-> "Hie I'ect,Dearest and -
slowly up the bottom of the gllr;t". It was, }I like a benediction unspoken, rests 5 0k V' L.000111"1? lair

fortunate that their eyes were for things' I up".n each gayly-hung wigwam.; The warrior : 13 restore |tJ
earthly and not ethereal, hlbeen discovered. They pas> up slowly\) 1 time mother has lulled I her babe to na t,.the j.'.V.air.otiCiCi.l 500 and l eoW$x to sizes grey atI'loresian INVITES ..\ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF 4

and the plateau is at' last reached. '}(e' I lUyer in his dreams: sees a vision of grace e i
Y aEk
iii.nintsand gallops along the edge of the :in'd I beauty flitting through his: wlgwain.md -- ::1* *y f f1 -
clilf to right; angles to the canyon to time : the object of his dreams listens: : aig.in'iutai Cslsjrr,1: ; +- '
nurthward.' By this time tin hen\ is.' tainl-i. 1 the'mysterious regions slumber to a +' + ,' urn' :and wiiijlv in- + '
jnl on Xochititlan, and in a few nuiiiiteVmure ( l I..r rif! swte! h'st import, and smiles hover overher ', rule 1 r.x t-mil anl li-l.ii**\,; j rluiue. ti{ Ii FINE FAMILY GROCERIES } ,

its rl.aclcU8c: is heralded on to the plateau 1 I sleeping f:ac'e. +-
by brilliant rays, under which Juan, to But, hark! there comes the plaintive wail PARKER'SA _* ?* k
I 1 j-
if ..,rwill fC'ining to tell in .
his horror, catches 8i tufa wall of infantry [ the whip H prohetinil -
f
cutting; him oat Slowly a clark line of bluecoats 1;> and sorrowful accents of thesthmgrs. EMBRACING NEA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF .'.
i is closing in on the northeastern :side who will speed across I the briny deep
of a triangle; the south and western :"icle-lof .1 break: d-\wn natures barriers, and !)w E'p-tlw GINGER TQNIC'

which are sheer cliff. Another look, and he (owners of the soil. faraway into the regionsif -IMPORTED. GROCERIES:
No chance breaking oblivion !Fernanlina Soctnl Club -Jour =r
StecaapeiaIIOpeless i !' of A Pure Family Medicine that Never Intoxicate
I through that line of men alive. After nal.
If are a mechanic or farmer, worn with
-- ----- ynu out
all, whit need to? better to die; and he pullsup SOUTHEIIX UKVKLOL\\1ENT. overwork or a mother run dou'JL!>V family or household ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK. :AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS ,
the gray, pats! the faithful old horse for duties try PAKKEK'S>GINGKX:' TUNIC. 4PtJilE l
and awaits his fate machete in In respect to the small economies of the :'-'
time,
,last If minister
the are a lawyer business
you man ex-
farm and home--the husbandry-mid developing AND OF GOOD
hand. hausted llY+ mental strain or anxinucar s do not ; QUALITY. l ;
Suddenly an-officer hails him to surrender, of the little illchl:5trilos-the Southern take intoxicating stimulants, fut use-PARKER'SGI.NGEK ; .
be well treated. people have, heretofore, been characteristi- TONIC I
nthltifhell..ie" he will 51 '
; ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF i
HP too well knows what Spanish promises ally indifferent as compared with our murt'peill1)wi If you have Dyspepsia.. Rheumatism, Kidney or .
'
What if- he and the coyote should ) e brethren North. The institution Urinary Comolaints, or if yon 'rtroihetl! with any .- -
mean. in character and disorder of thelungs.ston+aclr bow'tls.bloal or nerves _
n.irtlie! ? What if a Spaniard should back of slavery-patriarchal you can be, cured t I-y PARKER GINGER TONIC. f FINE- AS'AND f- : .
Aristocratic in its efli'rton wealthy owners COFFEES
Juan de Medina's gray? What tortures: were ; :
If wasting from dissipation -
of rou are away age
t together with the genial effects our sunny
for himself if he docs not die? A "
in store disease weakness and stimulant take
any or require -ttt-- ;-
skies and fertile soil which made suh-ist-
look at the foe-there are some five hundred GINGER TONIC at once: it will invigorate and build _
of them A look at the cliff behind-it is ence and comfortable living an easy problem : von up from the first dose but will never intoxicate. t
sheer! The horse has been his only true had fixed upon the Southern planter It has saved hundreds of lives it may save.yours. THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. : ; ; :

friend. Chucha might have been, many habit of ease and luxury, and contempt for KtSCOX & CO. 1'1 Willlvn St.. New York. SOc. and ;.
; small close akin to those eai dollar tizct, at all d,,ucri in nintli'ion.
have been but the horse ii his oldest savings, very o
might ;
DOLLAR
GREAT SAVING BUYING SIZE.
and l truest and last! They shall die together! the aristocracy of England.; NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamei'.

and turning boldly. Juan Medina rode the indifference .' I .
gI"Jout over; the cliff, crashing through; the 1U
oaks on to the cruel stones, four hundredfeet the development of small! industries:: came to G..... ceries and Provisions. ;
below. be characteristic of Southern planter, -- Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA.
who deigned to sell a thing of less .
never It B. NOYES, t..
value than a bale of cotton, a slave, or a
He spurred the old horse, and he held him plantation. In this the wealthy planter avas: *- (Successor to \V. A. SANBORN), Real Estate.

S tight imitated, as far as possible, by the less I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WB LB ALB AND RETAIL. '
And he leapt him out over the wall ; wealthy slave owners, and even the large ODM H
Out over the cliff, out into the night, class of non-slaveholders and comparatively GROCERIES, PROVISIONS- SHIP STORES,

Four hundred feet of fall. poor men, so that the characters and habits O THE FLORIDA "
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN,
"They found him next morning below in of the wealthy were, in a great degree, P,! ,, O ,, ., J I
the glen, stamped upon the whole and became char. Corner of Second and Outre: Streets, nearStealuboat c
.
With never a bone in him whole; Hcterl-tic of the country. These habits so Landing.FERNANDINA a r rpOWN IMPROVEMENT CO IPANY.' t

A mass or a prayer, now. good gentlemen, long fixed upon us, have been the great FLORIDA. -
For such a bold riders soul." drawbacks upon the return of prosperity' to CDA.
Blackwuod. Southern pert ale. It has often been remarked Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. ""= t

__ __ _u________ that a thrifty "Yankee" would Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in Fernandiua,
FERNAKDIXA OF THE DISTAiT support :his family upon: the "waste" of a large quantities. B. NOTES, ic '
THE
Southern plantation. And this is true if we Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- Towns on R. R. Line. ,
PAST.In class! under the term wa te" all that is actually ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the -
the last number of our paper there appeared lost and all the undeveloped l small best in the world. -DEALER IN- And Cedar Ke i. ;.

a must interesting article, describingthe resources of an old-time Southern planta Agent for B. It'. AVERY'S CELEBRATED r./1 'ih
Fernandina of the present date, and thin \Ve think there is a great improve- PLOWS. +
drawing with wonderful ability and imaginative ment going on in this respect throughoutthe Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- Family Supplies, 3P "
power a picture of what it will be in19xt South. Her people are fast learning to VILLE. 33 i
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a largenumber ,
and
: be thrifty, careful of the small savings HEAVY GROCERIES
To these two masterly sketches of the eager to develop these small resources ; and Building Material r of the most eligible and desirable
present and future we would fain add an- the day is not distant when our happiness P

other one of the faraway past. Late in the as a people-!so far as it may be assured by Lots suitable for Business Purposes, or for 3
afternoon of a lovely day in the spring of thrifty, independent and comfortable cir Hay and Grain, 00 -

14K3 our fair little island, rising like jewel cum'tancl'S-wi11! be realized. The pen of 0 I CDW City or Suburban Residences, ,
rare from some dark ocean cave, lay bathedin emancipation, at one stroke, caused a more BRICK, LIME, HAIR, n ,
the mystical beauty which the sun, near radical change in the vital institution of the ;tir SHIP STORES C I
his setting, shed in a sweet caressing way South than has ever been etfected in the PLASTER, CEMENT, UPON EASY TERMS. f -
over every object The waves of the ,grand sockil and economic relations of any civil- Z = F '

old Atlantic rolled in increasingly, bringing ized country of equal extent and \wealth. SHINGLES, ,| Furniture 's;:
treasures: from the store-house of the deep to The paralysis and disorder: that followed v Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to ,
lay at the feet of the children, who sportedin though even I less than coup I reasonablyhave DOORS, SASII, BLINDS. M 00 -:.,.;.,.
happy abandon, upon the glistening been expected-were sufficiently trying Stoves, parties engaged in manufacturing or indu ," i}
strand. Native of the soil these-careless, and demoralizing, and the really rapid PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT ., H ci ; ...-
gav and free. The days pass over them, progress of the South in recovering from Paints, .: r 'vlr r \\111 erect on theprop-'r I I'
bringing not a single; care. In their ignor- their effects is a matter of astonishment and l r
ance life i is to them a dream of bliss, and the even amazement, much more remarkable 0 Crockery, erty purchased substantial improvements r

future a thing tlnthou ht of and unfeared.A than the recovery of the French people from FRED W. HOYT & GO'S, r./1 in which to conduct their ',.
I for residence
youth, erect, eager and strong in manly the effects of the late war with Germany.It 02 Hardware, r I or
SECOND STREET Near Centre.
beamy, wanders by the side .of a dusky is unmistakably evident that capital < business. ..i
maid in and out the woods through which and enterprise and population are gravitation Willow-Ware.. P

DOW passes what is known as the Fort towards the South. Her rich virgin C. H. HUOT = INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS ]
Clinch road. A warrior, youthful but brave; I soils, her unequalled climatic advantages, ,
the sterner pleasures of chase and warfareare 'I' her immense mineral wealth, and almost : ....,.I by exemption for a term of years from ,. ::1'
forgotten, as he pleads with love's untouched forest resources are at trading the I DEALER IN- r'o( "
potent power\ his cause with this flower of attention that they richly deserve:! and I rr taxation, offered by the several cities and
maidenhood-this" wild rose" of his nation. which has so long been directed to the comparatively So

His gestures are wild and. impassioned, his inhospitable, frozen regions of CHANDLERY\ H H towns. Apply to
eyes glow with eager fire, as with native the Northwest. The railroad development \ CHAS. W. LEWIS, ;
artlessness and native eloquence he pours of the past five years has been truly phe- I
forth the ardent} feelings of his soul, and nomenal, and the increase of capital invested rric1 ito th hc Lawu F i1Oflice cor. Beach &7th sts.,Fernandina.
: 'I: ;
tells of the bliss that awaits her in his wigwam in cotton and other manufactures, hardly Groceries, Hardware, < ; Y's

And the inaiden, whose dusky cheeksare less so. The people of the extreme Northare

tinged with the hue of her namesake, rapidly realizing the fact that they have DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, ---- --- ---
listens in modest( silence ; ever and anon a all their lives been struggling; against the '
smile plays upon her perfect lips and the rigors of the moot: inhospitable clime. and :
-
long dark lashes are timidly raised, revealing yet living within ten or twenty hours, by Second Street, SIBLEY'S SEEDS .' ,
a world of womanly'sweetness and rail, of a land that flows with milk and
purity in the eyes beneath. She has stoppedto honey to the touch of the hand of industryand vie FERNANDINA, FLA. 'p
pluck the brilliant flowers of the wild skill. Sectional prejudice is fast giving of ALL PLANTS for ALL CROPS, for ALL C .
jessamine, and has woven them into a garland way, and we hail the near approach of the FERN.1 N DIN A Grain A and TER.Farm AH Seed ere tested ftannalHi; only the tory best and sent beAt out methodof -

which rests upon her rich black locks. day when the feeling will be no stronger culture of Grcinp.. Root Crops. ,Grasses Fodder Crops Trr k
"Around her neck a string of roselippedshells than that between the different sections of .... Planting', eta only 1Cete. ..*"'"'' Catalogue and 2rif Lid cf PCCR! SEEDS.

hung.", and At coral length, and they white turn pearl their is loosely steps; the same State.-Southern World. {[STEAM ]} [{ SAW ]} [{ MILL.] iLE"'SSEEDS several HIRAM thoosand SIBLEY &E. CO. Rochester, N.Y. Chicago, III. i

toward the hill, from whence a light now LINES TO -. *. '* ill, /* *. --. <* -- -
gleams over the waste of ocean, telling thet.'mpcst.tllosl.d
mariner of haven at
near
: a BY OUR POET LAUREATE. C. H. HUOT. PROPRIETOR, CUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF
hand Then no tower lifted its imposinghead INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS ,
h avnw ird ; the beautiful hill was un- Sometime in the distant future DYSPEPSIA: SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH,
cr wned. save by the many wigwams whL-h When youth's bright days are fled HAS constantly on handj23Ijumber COSTIVENESS, ENLARGED SPLEEN, COLIC, &C.

clustered on its brow. And youth's sweet springtime flowers "BaptlstJ R. Johnson, M, D.. of Abbeville. Miss Aug ,
Ear.J B.Graves,Editor sad Proprietor : w
I Warriors! stalked from one to another, or Are faded brown and dead ; ,by Cargoes. Memphis Term says: 1 received package 01 your 11.I. says: 1 am a graduate of Georgia :Medical
gathered in knots, and conversed in guttural Then, while dreaming, in life's gloaming I Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It Coll.*go.and have practiced thirty-five j-ears. 1 use
medicine In practice. It is not only a good
Liver my
I works like a charm. T want no better Regulator your
tomes: on matters of import. Women I Let thy thoughts backward fly, Office on Second St eet. < vie I and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixtnre. Liver Medicine,bat it is a sovereign remedy tlui.! j W
with soft noiseless steps busied themselvesover And with Memory idly roaming Rev.E.A Huns, Frank'in.Ky.fjjJ Key J S.Beaslcy of Scmraerton j't !
the of the sunset meal! It is the best mediI : Sa.Jan.82.says: Ihavensed/eil'j
preparation
Aug.82 says:
Retrace fi"d \ '
thy steps through years gone by. in'3 Deparatlonagr'eatdeal.bet t
I cine I have ever taken in my life. It BT ;
Bright-eyed; babies swung from the branches HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS 1 is curing me of Dyspepsia,bend me reI your medicine altogether superior i '
of the trees and cooed out I Mast have it. BRe in its efiect!: on the: system.The best. No '
muss-drapetl Pausing at well-remembenMl spots, .. another package.
Brittain, of Blonntsville. Dr S. Mansfield' Wholesale Druggist. Memphis,j t(
their approbation of the sea breeze as it Where bloom for thee J. L.
Forget-me-nots; Ala, March 1882,says: 1 suffered with Tenn says: "Have sold;20 years;my predecessor: ,
gently swayed their rude cradle. A groupof Stooping to pluck the blos-oms: fair, '- = torpid liver and costiveness,and y nr sold it many years before me.That this medicine in. a ,
buys: imitating the stern composure ofth.ir Wreathing a garland for thy hair- AVe invite your' attention i to our """ with medicine admirable cared effect me Mywife for Bick-h has adacbe nsed it genuine'good one.DO immonaLiver one can deny Medicine';and that none it Is the dare true m'asay'ana i iCrigiaal ,

sires, practiced feats of agile daring, or While with their fragrance sweetly blends, ,
I and Gemmae. Etab.1840.
with bow and arrow were intent on their Tender thoughts of once-loved friends ; Only
..iaPut in 25c.and $1.packages I
elf.irts to reach perfection as marksmen. Halcyon days and days of pain Cl'oclreryl. ssware, up bottles by
The sun has cast his last lingering beam o'er Return with grief and joy again. Mand CO. ST. Lou MO
the fair scee and now sinks to rest ; the .
children! laden with seaside spoils, return Pictures quaint and pictures rare, and offer our Goods in these lines as low as

with! song and glee I The youth and maiden Of scenes and friends you held most dear; the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of 1.
with reluctance turn their steps homeward, Pictures alight with sunset's glow-
and in the hour just before twilight stand All these before thee come and go; very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, -

and envy with fond pride the scene before And with friends long severed wide Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN -
them. The waters of Cumberland Sound Return to wander by thy side;
and Amelia river still reflect on their placid Among these you perchance will see Chamber Sets all colors: ; WoodenWare -
surface the warm hues of sunset; a canoe is He who penned these lines to thee. r -
of all kinds and Housekeeping SYRUd
BLOOD
;
seen gliding!: swiftly toward land, guided by
skillful hands. From the wild, tangled recesses Give him one glance soulful sweet, Utensils generally. ,-
of the forest comes the mingled notes Ere Memory with treaeh'rous feet

of countless: birds rejoicing evening hush\, Brings thee"back from happy roaming- FRED W. HOYT & CO. Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels;
and pouring forth ton.rsof.Veetn they Leaves thee in life's winter gloaming.
-Ro in Social Club Journal. Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its"
seek their leafy coverts 'Tis the season +nee Kidneys,
when' sheds last l sweet childish Books and Stationery. named diseases and
April : her efficacy in healing the above ,
Sale
Valuable Orange Lands for
tears bosom. But today <
on May's maturer
April has worn her sunniest mood ; the day Tracts containing twenty acres each of HORACE DREW, pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to JIan.

bay been rich joyous spring beauty, and choice high hammock land on Orange Lake,
night hesitates to throw her dark mantle suitable for orange growing and truck farm- Bookseller Stationer,
O\'prt scene so perfect. ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare "and Binder. a GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .

The evening brn-ze shakes delicate perfume very conveniently situated for transportation -
from the golden bells of the jessamine, by water or railr and will be sold on !Mark.
and steals added sweetness from the snowy terms to purchasers.. Titles are unques School Books and Orange WrapsNOW 'AGENTS -W A.NTED.aLaboratory

elder; a little brook which has its origin; in tionable. Also valuable timberlands in A SPECIALITY.. "
aspring halfway the ascent glides murmuring large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, 77 West Third_ St., New York City. Druggists sell it.: ,
down through graceful nodding: February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. Z& Liberal discounts to Teachers and

ferns and masses: of" )Iue wnod.inlet." Trade. Special prices and Catalogue: free on .. CEDARTOWN GA., Jnne 20th, 1881.

Though; ignorant and untutored this son and Heal Estate application. Dr. Clnrk Johmuni:-My children were sick with. Fever, and a short trial of your -
well 10.00.Apph.1.o
desirable lots .
sale. Two ,
daughter of the forest feel their hearts drawn. For _. W. S. RAWPON. 59 W. BAY STREET, ,1, Indian 'plood Syrup completely. cured them. rs4C.
from Nature up to Nature's God. and RUDIE CANTREL.t 1r
give instinctive thanks: to the great Un- Fernandina, Fla., January 6, 1382-tf. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .






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i 4y l t o TIlE ]FLORIDA Mnmoit. for the prediction which kept them home at juries' done do his person,and" his property HEAD-NOTES OF DECISIONS OP would hang him if he was on the jury
I by the public forces of the United States
particularly dangerous
a season. : should .
SUPREME
; that
that'invaded the country. COURT. unequivocallr' allege the ''prisloner

t SATURDAY, MARCH, 188S. I say, Mr.:President that this treaty-has an were ignorant of the
THE EAST FLORIDA CLAIMS. fact stated the
r1 JANUARY TERM. A. D. 1883. as at time of the empaneling
remained
.
unfulfilled to the present day.and of such
Senator Jones endeavored to obtain some jury.
1. TRIVIAL LEGISLATION. while we are exacting e.ery day complianceon John E. 6. In charging the in
Thompson as Executor of the last jury a trial for murder
-
: action these long-deferred claims during the .of.foreign nations with
: s We have before us sheet forty inches upon part treaty ,will aiid testament of Olivia Gibbons, deceased the court instructed them that if under
the recent: session of Congress. stipulations ,are not the first to set an certain circumstances "
John L. detailed
McDerniott the
& wide by twenty-s .inches, in I length, con in tha I that the : API'tellant. vs. ac-
example treatyrequired .
way. ,say .
armed
being with
The persistent i and unvarying oppositionof county. ..., ,yCiisee- a concealed pistol
taining nine'solid double columns of type, that the damages suffered by those .
1' walked
up to the deceased and intendingto
Sl"nators'to RANDALL. C. J.
certain New
England :
U should
any be according
i people adjudicated 1.0I
l which is the record of oneday's proceeding kill him. did then and there kill him
measure justice' toward the people of the process of law, and process of law means a 1. In a suit in equity brought to set asidea 'shooling-him with the by
r I : pistol aforesaid
i in the Assembly of Florida on the 27th of then
South exemplified in the course taken by hearing trial I. and a jUII ment. will execu'ed by a femme sole, upon the,. ,it i b your duty to find the accused guilty of
"a February. Mr. Monroe referred the matter to Congress ground that the same was revoked by her"subsequent murder in the list .'
Senator Edmunds to prevent-action upon degree, etc. Held to be
Every bill Introduced in its various stages ; and Congress remitted the matter to marriage her children by a fc i'mer v in accordance with the law, and
+ the resolutions by a reference to the Committee the court of the United States in the Territory who no error.
r' marriage are the legatees under the
7.
should
of entry on the journal, until its final disposition Exceptions be taken to the

particular
on Foreign Relations: which.he knew of Florida to decided judicially., The will are necessary parties. portions of the charge of the
4 must occupy two pages of the Journal cases were there decided and the 2. In suit in court
judgments a infants
', t" could not report them back that session. equity against pro- deemed erroneous, in order to make them
ft and one hour of the time of the Legislature. entered in accordance with the provisions cess should be served: upon them and a guardian available on coming into this
interested in court and instructions
As our are so largely -
people
the duty judicially*, It. was no commission, ad liteli& appointed by the court to defend asked for should be
'. written
a these claims, we insert from the Congrestiinvil it,was no executive or administrative body them notwithstanding their! legal guar and presented to' the out"
The sits about six hours court as provided
Legislature a : by
but the of the dian is
provisions re'quired'ajudicial also
,
treaty
Record the proceedings which were a party. law. No exception to the
charge be
day and :costs at the rate of one thousand determination by of law 3. Where can first
had on the 27th of February process : a general guardian appears and taken in this court on. writ of error.
i dollars per day which makes the cost per and Spain committed' her rights to our own make the defence required by law and is 8. Where the record haws that
o ; .Mr. Edmunds is, fortunately by his posi- judicial .tribut tt When those. judgments heard by.the court as the representative of was duly the prisoner -
i hour one hundred and sixty-six dollars. arraigned, was
at the
t tion in the chair precluded in the future were solemnly entered under a treaty and the infant; such action is equivalent to his trial and at the sentence and present

'. ; When honorable gentlemen, therefore, indulge from the narrow role captious.. objection, ,came: up here: .the Secretary of the Treasury: appointment as guardian ad litem; but the appears between the commencement no interval of
the
!' : + : ; in 'the 'luxuf of 'exercising their ,arrogated t to'liimself:" authority to review cause should not be heard without answer trial the verdict and the
; which he has so long filled without justiceand the judgment, the pre-
,
: judgmentsjLJiua. rendered: : ,by a judicialcourt in.behalf of infant defendants. '
.lungs, they do it at an expense to the State sumption] is that he was in conrt during the.
K '' without discrimination. Mr. Edmundshas in Florida under this treaty, set himself 4.-'Tlwre cau.be no default.. taken. against whole litne. .. .
of three Hollars mi mite that ,
nearly HO a "
per a right and it is his duty, to, look into up as a-revwwing power, and set them infant-defendants. Judgment; affirmed. .
i :! te n-miuutesIpeechcoststhetax-PaYer$16,6G, aside when under the provisions of that international Decree reversed. -
D. S. Walker Jr. and
: ; all matters of. legislation ; but it is neitherhis : M. C. pickett for
and if the orator occupies half an hour he compact, he had no authority L. W. Bethel for appellant ; W. C. Maloney -' Plaintiff Error; Attorney-General: for> De-
H3r + of right nor his duty to obstruct justice with- except" to give them effect and carry them Jr.,and Geo.,P. Raney, for appellee.! fendant iir Error. ,
has put the!State ,to an expense $50.;
out examination from the instinct appar- out.The
.:, Every time a member calls for the tribunal t' allowed interest
U 'v ayes ently of objection.MR. < upon the Ex-parte Sim Bell fuibens corpus.-Gadsden John Evans et al.. Appellants, vs. George
and noes on a motion to adjourn or other damages that had! been sustained by the county. Summerlin. Al'peJJee-Oran *
JONES of Florida. I desire to call up there County.

'p f immaterial question, the State 'is put to an the resolution of inquiry directed to the President people force at 5.,percent inconsequence.. per: annum of the, the invading usual RANDALL. C. J* : RANDALL C. J.: '
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expense of forty or fifty dollars in the time submitted by me on the 27th of December rate of the province at' that'time ; but the 1. The act of 1832 adopting the common 1. Where the deed of a married woman,

:? fKi consumed in calling over one' hundred and J88:!. Secretary (of the Treasury; hi open violationas I law of England relation to crimes and whereby she seeks to convey her separate I

% f1 f. eight names, recording the vote and printing THE PRESIDENT pro temp rt>. It will be is claimed'! by, pai1"Ct.! [ this treaty setaside misdemeanors, except so far as the same related property, contains the name of herself only,
to the
read. one part oflhe judgment and paid the modes and degrees of punishment as the grantee,and her husband is not named
the same in the Journal. The acting secretary read as follows : other and' it remains unexecuted to this .does not :adopt, but abrogates the in the body of the deed but signs the deed

:__ '" It will be safe to assume that the cost 'of a Resolved, That the President be, and he is day, to the dishonor of this great Govern- common law distinction of grand and petit with her and both duly acknowledge its
",r to inform the Senate if larceny, because such distinction ,
,
hereby requested depended execution this is
w ment.: sufficient
,
.:'!t bill introduced to authorize John Smith to : a assent and
,u not incompatible with the public interest : :Mr. President: lthink; the time has come upon'the degrees of punishment to be inflicted joining with her under the statute to
r??"! adopt a child is not less than one hundred 1. Whether in his the last clauseof the' controlled convey
opinion : when this; latter ought to be settled, and degrees being by the the property of the wife.
r +. and that be considered the ninth article of the of 1819 between value of stolen.
: and fifty dollars may treaty Spain has .a right to complain especially property 2. The acknowledgment of a married

I ;. ', about, the cost of the most ordinary the United States and Spain has been when you'are repairing her every day to pay 2. By the same act all thefts were: denom- woman of the execution of a deed conveying
fully executed according to its just obligations inated larcenies, and no degrees of the crime her
Y class of legislation affecting private interests : interest here upon demands against her government separate property, which acknowledgment -
under the international law, by the were recognized.
under your mixed commission states that she made herself a party to
'". .' I I alone. payment, in 1836. and subsequently, of the and here stands the-judgrnent of the President 3. Under the eighth section of the Decla- the deed for the purpose of relinquishing

r : .. :. : : Why should such an expense be saddled value of the property: at the tune of its lossor : of the United States in two special mes- ration of Rights in our Constitution cases her right of dower"in the lands described,

,i ,,' on the State? All such legislation should destruction by the operations of the sages calling the attention of Congress, hut ,. of "petit larceny or small larceny may he she having no right of dower present or
American army in 1812 and 1813 without has been tried under regulations made by the Legislature prospective but in
r; .' nothing done. It is air'old matter an estate fee, must be
: :: ; be relegated to the courts or to county boards for delay of payment, or without presentment or indictment
: any compensation and therefore;/oQght' not to be regardednow considered and construed to he an acknowledgment -
:; \. t where the expense will be borne by the par for the loss of the use fruits or profits of the by a grand jury ; and the Legislature may ; of the due execution according to

,a i ties. property lost or destroyed ; and Mr. President there ought, to be no stat- ,determine what value of property stolen the' import of the language of the deed.
II. Whether the measure, or rate of satIsfaction shall constitute: the offence so triable. 3. When bill is
r ute of limitations here. Spain in opinion a tiled to reform a deed or
', ;\ l The ayes and noes, except upon the pas-t ," adopted and applied by the judges has a clear right to demand from my this 4. The Constitution in using! the term perfect a title it being alleged that there are

*% :; 'J f sage of bills should not be called unless required authorized to adjudicate the claims under Government the fulfillment of this treaty ; "petit larceny," does not establish the: valueof imperfections in the deed which render the

o /, .JI hv at least one-third of the members. the treaty, namely, to add to the value of and all that is asked by this resolution is property stolen at "twelve pence:," as title precarious, and it appears that the defects -

:: 'I: Committee i reports should be simplified the property at the time of its loss or destruction the opinion of the Executive to be sent to controlling the degree: : of the offence according in the deed are not material,but that it
:
(in which value the Secretary of Congress in accordance with the suggestionof to the common law. conveys a good title in law. the ,bill is de-
.... ,t and s'igned only by the chairman. The the Treasury has concurred) interest as my learned friend from Alabama to Writ dismissed and petitioner remanded. tnurrable for want of equity and should be

$,, :, ::';!::UI :names of the members ought not to be: recorded damages, at the rate of 5 per cent. per an- know what view that department takes of John W. Malone, for petitioner ; Attor di mis pd,

''. :' t" upon a roll-call upon reassembling num, being: the legal rate of the Spanish this subject in order that Congress may discharge ney-General Raney, for the State. Decree reversed.:

province of East Florida at the time of the its in the matter.I John W. Price, for Appellants St. Clair-
'," .. duty ;
.
,,, after a recess and there are many other ways
1 ; injury as a compensation for delay) of payment should be glad if this resolution shouldgo C. P. Cooper: Executor etc., of John Roberts Abrams & Summerlin for Appellee.

d ,'I: 4 + of simplifying the journals and lessening and the loss or deprivation of its use through without a reference, because the deceased Appellant vs. C. 0. Living-

't ? i.\I ai; the cost of printing. i is, or is not in accordance with the obligations Committee on Foreign Relations is already ston. Appellee.-Duval county. David Petty, Appellant, vs. George H. Mays

.,,1 I There i is no justice in casting reproach of the treaty, under the international, in possession: of all the facts with respect to RANDALL C. J. : and others Executors etc., of Richard
law as a just and equitable rule of compensation this subject and it is not expected that any 1. When the damages laid in the declara- Jones deceased Appellees-Appeal from
: ? ; upon the public printer, who only prints for such injuries and,
? : ; new light will be thrown it. I shouldbe tion than of F. P. !
upon are greater are claimed in the judgment Fleming, Referee. Duval
'Y
what is to him and has control III. Whether the awards of the judges
no
sent
,'?:r glad if the Senator from Vermont would prcecipe and writ the remedy of the defendant County.
: ,,i its volume or extent. who were authorized to adjudicate claims permit.the resolution to
., t over under the above-named clause: of the said pass is to move to set aside the declaration RANDALL C. J. :
t -- fir before in bar. The
not, :to be held irregularity pleading 1. When court of
ought as
.1' GOVERNOR CLfV ELAND'S VETO. treaty ought or ; HOW TO IMPROVE OUR CITY. plea is a waiver. a equity having juris-
: final and binding under the treaty; in respectto : diction of parties and of the subject matter.It
'' ifl: .'; The Legislature i of New York passed a bill claims within its provision*, when made Towns have a character which they can than 2. If the the amount damages claimed assessed in the are declaration greater: in a suit to foreclose a mortgage, directs! by

11: restricting the fare on the Elevated Railways in favor of the claimants and Spain and earn for the s'lves.anll which gives a rep- the remit the its decree that the master make sale of the
f plaintiff excess or
-'t:J ?,1! ::1. in New York City to five cents for a passage against the United States us when made utation, savory or-unsavory, as they: chooseto amend the declaration may in that respect, before property and on such sale to execute and
against the claimants and Spain and in.favor deliver a deed to the purchaser and that
:,' .;1 :,J for any distance. The roads: have a length of the United States? : have it. judgment. Judgment for the excessive upon the delivery of the conveyance the
amount i is and will be reversed.
,! .:I r r.f of over six miles were very expensively constructed MR.\ I DMUNDS. Is that a pending resolution, It'is not so much ability and ample means 3. Costs cannot erroneous be,recovered against an purchaser be let into the possession of the

4' : << upon iron supporters fifteen: feet or one offered now ? : which are required to give an appearance of executor or administrator when the suit is premises, the record of the decree and the
I' MR. JONES. It has been pending for some deed constitute evidence of title in the
:' .! above the streets, and are expensively oper neatness thrift and elegance to a town as a brought within six mouths after the issuingof in action of parchaser
." time. on ejectment against!: a
1
!" '" j'"! .,1, ated. They have been but a short time in THE PRESIDENT pro tempore. It was offered certain public spirit, and agreement amongits letters. : third person not a party to the foreclosuresuit.
4. In suit the executor of will
\,:' : :,) operation and have hitherto charged ten during the month of December.MR. inhabitants for each one to do his best. a against : a .
note made decedent and indorsed
I ,A I, EDMUNDS. I move that !it be referredto upon a by 2. The masters deed in such case is evidence -
," ; cents except at certain hours in the morning There is not in Florida a place of equal to plaintiff before due defendant
"t.t ts, the Committee on Foreign ;Relations for without showing a confirmation of fI'
'} ; :'f and evening, when the fare was placed consideration natural advantages th Fernandina, or having pleaded a want of consideration, it I the masters report of sale.

f : J .!:d. at five cents. Popular clamor insisted on a MR. JONES. I regret very njuch that the where so much could be done at so little a is note shown given that for plaintiff invalid admitted consideration that the i 3. Certain tax deeds copied by the clerk and I
,
was
,) i fare and the Senator from Vermont has mjxde! that mo- cost to improve these natural advantages.As an annexed to the record in an ejectment suit \
,1 :' l:.1 five-cent although Legislature! and that he knew it at the time he traded
tiun. It merely a resolution of inquiry tried before a referee, but which deeds are
J1 J ; one mode; of securing united action we for it. and does not
the expressly deny
: : had in its charters to railway companies plaintiff
: directed to the President of the United not identified by the referee in his record,
i'! ,tj j nude grant* inconsistent with such arbitrary States made necessary by the :action of the publish the plan suggested in the subjoined making these admissions, he cannot recover or by a bill of exceptions, as the papers I
the without valid
J ; I, I reduction of rates, yet they yielded Senate itself at its last session. articlefurnishe.d4isby: a lady who takes great upon note as between showing the maker a and consideration the- offered in the evidence and rejected cannotbe

'" IJ: This subject was brought to the attentionof interest in thejsnbject of embellishment ( four considered upon appeal. Nor ; to the pressure of those who ride and passed: ) payee though the plaintiff paid a valuable
'k .! Congress on two occasions by the Presi- of the referee to permit a witness to
the act which Governor Cleveland has felt beautiful Island City. We feel quite sure consideration: for the note.
: dent of the United States in a special message testify as to the location and identity of the
s ai.i.. r: I called: upon. to return without I his signature, because the representative of Spain had that if our ladies will interest themselves in 5. Conjuring a sick man to cure him of land described in the tax deeds be reviewed.
his
illness is consideration for
: :i''t basing his refusal to sign i the; bill upon the urgently requested the executive Government the matter a great deal can be done to beautify promissory note.not a valid a because the deeds are not in the record and
I to come to some conclusion respectingthis this court cannot determine that the testimony -
.} :Jt.1: unconstitutionality ,of the act as impairing referred our streets, private residences: and gar- 6. In a suit against an executor upon a offered I
matter. The subject was to was necessary or proper. :
ri ,,' the obligation of the State and also upon Congress by President Hayes in two mes- dens. note of the decedent, a judgment: that "theplaintiff' 4. A tax sale at which the owner of the
the defendant I
from
have and
; i expediency and justice in dealing with the sages. The House took action upon it and The farmers of Bedford, Westchester count recover land or another person at the request of the
The
is
i j so did the Senate, but they were not in ac ,, N. Y., who long ago formed an agricul- not a proper judgment. judgment owner, whose duty it was to pay the taxes,
r;! 1" property of the corporators. cord. The House after full consideration: tural club, which is the third oldest of any should be that plaintiff recover againstthe bids:: in the property and afterwards obtainsa

I r } :' I The New York Herald, unprincipled itself f, passed a hill to fulfill the stipulations of the kind in this State, met in the Jay homesteadin defendant: as executor of the last will tax deed under such sale, amounts onlyto
of the testator to be made out of the
.;,., i to seems unable to recognize adherence to duty treaty with regard to Spain. Katonah discussed village improvementsand etc., of the of the deceased the payment and satisfaction' of the tax.
goods etc., estate ,
th! The Senate Committee on Foreign Rela- organized a society.A and confers no new title such
upon pur-
and in
;, ,H in the Governor of New York a and that he have execution thereof and not
committee had been chaser.
tions, to whom the matter was referred previously appointed -
:{ coarse and //eroM-kind: of, style insinuates through my'distinguished friend, Mr. Morgan to inquire into the subject of village improvements against the defendant generally. 5. Immaterial testimony improperly admitted -

!: 1 t l that the Governor! has been bought up by; ':i of Alabama, made-a! :, ,:'report in which and these submitted a report to Judgment reversed and new trial granted.C. by a referee at the trial, and not i
M. C.
: I:: : ft. the owners of the Elevated 'roads. .they took the groundt.tliat' the Executive the club. Similar associations the report P. & J. C. Cooper, for appellant; affecting judgment; is not good ground ,
alone had the:authority: to interpret this disputed said already exist in New England. The Jordan for appellee.Geo. for granting a new trial.
: ;' .: ': l!(+ ::The Herald fortunately, belongs to a class question between the two Governmentsyarid '- scheme is to apply to village improvementthe : 6. In ejectment in this State the plea of
.
: .; I ''t! of journals which no one respects, and,its ; that it"was not competent for idea of voluntary association. The ob- W. Irvin Plaintiff in Error, vs. The not guilty puts in issue the legal title andan

''Ii: defamation of Governor Cleveland will only Congress to take any action in the matter jects referred to as among the possible aims State of Florida, Defendant in Error.- inchoate or equitable right which mightbe

!: enhance, the respect which honest and until the Executive, the treaty-making of such an association are to advance the Franklin county.VANVALKENBURQH. available in equity cannot avail the defendant -
t r.: power, had come to conclusion>11 with health comfort convenience and attractiveness J.: as against the I legal title.

I j! .thoughtful men' feel towards; : a Governor respect to this subject-matter between Spain of the townships as regards walks, 1. On a mtion for a change of venue it is 7. The possession of land by one who I

t who is evidently endeavoring to be the Gov-' and the United tes.v' : roads drainage.,the plan ting of trees, shrubs not sufficient for the part making such application holds under an 'oral agreement: with the I

: I" ernor'of the people and not of a party.WIGGINS' Here were 'the 'twoHouses iisagreeing and flowers, theabatement of nuisances', the to swear "that he does not believe miner to purchase cannot' be an adverse

f. J"P I }r r __ upon the question the Senate disclaiming securing and establishment of open squares that he. can obtain a fair and impartial possession as against the owner of the legal

PREDICTION. jurisdiction over the matter at all, and' saying and laces, the placing of seats, water trial" in the county in which the indictment title or his mortgagee.Judgment '
;; t'H that Congress had no authority to movea troughs and fountains the furnishing of judicious was obtained. He must fully state. I affirmed. '

': ; if ProCessorVig ins said to be a scientific step until the Executive had formed a plans for rural architecture gates the facts upon which he founds such belief. I C. P. & J. C. Cooper, for Appellant ; J. E.

M : and able m tn. predicted a dangerous storm judgment about it. Now in order to harmonize and fences and especially the establishmentof 2. A motion to change the venue is always Hartridge and M. CvJordan, for Appellees. ;.
j'
: t n tifii I and tidal wave for the 9th of March. Be- if possible the two Houses of Congress a reading room and a,circulating library addressed to the sound discretion of
upon this matter, I propose to elicit, if and a suitable hall for literary and scientific the court, and this court will not interfere List
,r.'F I'! fJ tl cause the. .. storm did not appear everywhere not incompatible with the public interest lectures and social gatherings. The report unless it can find in the record some good of Letters

,': ., I at the appointed hour, the press pronounced from the President his opinion with respectto suggested further as within the scope of the reason for believing that there was not an Remaining the Post-Office Fernandi

f: 'tf; him a humbug and a mischief maker. It this treaty, and to ask him whether in his society the provision of street lamps, footways exercise of such sound discretion on the na, Nassau county,Florida; March 17, 1883.

.'.; I reads, however, somew singularly to find judgment it ha been fulfilled or whether roads and bridges between villages part of the court below in refusing the mo- Persons calling for these l letters must say
t Spain has just right to complain.Mr. the preservation,of fine trees and pieces of tion for such change.
y f ; j1 \ a severe editorial on the failure of Wiggins'storm .President, other matters under treaties woodland. the suggesting of proper tones 2. Counsel for prisoner entered a motionfor advertised:

r a.\ In the editorial columns of a cotem- have been brought up here and discussed and tints for dwellings and outhouses, the a change of venue, but failed to call the Alley, James Johnson, Marsilla

I and in the telegraphic columns that elaborately. I do not intend to go into this embellishment by trees, shrubs, flowers and attention of the court to it. The cause was Brookins Fannie, Jeffres, Josh

!'l '. porary, matter at length, but justice is well knownto vines of school-houses churches and rail- continued on his motion. The next term Boles, Eugene King Baptist
: { .f at Plymouth an extraordinary tide is reported those who have considered 'it. It has way stations the removal: of fences where when the cause waS reached for trial, coun- Braah, Josephine King Mamie:

'I f'r and at Halifax: the wind was increasing arisen out of a lawless act on the part of this they could be spared, and the planting of sel for prisoner proceeded to such trial with- i Duston W B Lang, Stephen

f"\\ 'f i in violence every minute, and is now, Government, which will remain' a dark evergreen hedges about cemeteries. At out taking any notice of his motion for i Dudley, LH: Lawrence. George

gale and that' the tide stigma upon its history for long years. The Stockbridge, the'report said the Laurel Hill change of venue, or calling the attention of :Dudley, Mrs L H Michell. J M
'er t blowing, a heavy records show that 'under the.authority, of Association has converted the village into a the court to such motion : held That the :'Davis. A J Redden Mollie

',,_' '., .. whi. h. 'would not be at its highest until tent this Government the province of a friendly finished place, at an expense covered by motion for change of venue must be consid- Fogg, 'Vm F Richards, Prof

I o'clock was at five clock within two feet power'was ruthlessly invaded, the propertyand yearly subscriptions of from $1 to $10 and ered as having been abandoned, and that Farmer H A Rohinson'}nary

:;. F i of'covering the docks; that on the Atlantic habitations of the people destroyed, and ycontribdtions'pf labor, ,with no! burden there was no error upon the part of the Gould, J E Robinson William''.
'!' t ; our public armed force subsisted itself there upon any but rather a healthful recreationfor court. Rainy, G F Schwarzlach Charles
t: ..coast of, -Long Island extraordinary high for years while we were in relation of peaceto all. The report adds that the improved 4. The court is not obliged to instruct the Hansome Gilbert Smith Mrs H

tides were experienced; at Flushing the the country whose jurisdiction extendedover appearance of, the ,place has increased the jury upon all principles of law that counsel Huger. Hager Thrasher Hampton

:' : water was three feet deep in the streets and that territory. market value of-the houses and lands by a may think proper to ask or to go outside of Harris, Abraham, Wilc nson. Man da

t cellars filled and the tides higher thank When we came to acquire Florida under large percentage; that persons of wealth the case as made, and charge upon questions Jones, Amanda Weeks, Dora

'w the treaty of 1819, Spain very properly insisted have been attracted from abroad and built of law foreign thereto. They may property: Wells, Henry
;i' known for many: years; at Newport, R. I., that reparation should 1 be made for handsome residences and made large expenditures refuse to charge upon any such questions SAM'L T. RIDDELL. P. M.
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j B! f the tides extraordinary high and a tremendous the outrages which had been committed which have'gone to a large extent as are not applicable to the facts in evidence.

I sea. there, and a plain provision was put into the into the pocket of the villagers ; so that the 5. Affidavits in support of a motion for anew Nassau

is therefore probable that the treaty on that subject, which required the association, while not aiming at pecuniary : trial charging that a juror before the Fibre,
# .It quite United States to make reparation accordingto results, has been found to be the best-paying empaneling of the jury, had formed and expressed For beds, pillows and mattresses, superior
fishermen who, it is said, lost $125.000 by due process of law to every inhabitant invpstment, even pecuniarily ich the,residents -. an opinion that the prisoner was to anything else in use. For sale by

not going out fishing, may thank Wiggins and Spanish soldier in that territory for in- have made. guilty, and at the same time had said he June 24-tf FRED W..'HOYT & Co.I .

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$IIIP-BUILIING AT ST. MARYS. FEE.NANDI\A, FLA. be crowded with a busy population and .
thronged with visitors in pursuit of businessor
To the Editor of the Mirror: ..
TilE ADVANTAGES: IT: OFFERS OVKB. OTHER SOUTHERN i pleasure or health \ '".: 1 *
During, conversation in.New York some After all that maybe:said.'it'iS 'ImpossIbleto
BESOBTS TO HEALTH-SEEKING INVALIDS. ;
years since, where the relative merits ,uf EGBCONT HOTEL, I l depict the indescribable charm of this J & T. KYDD

ship building at the "North" and's mth FERNANDINA, MARCH 3, 1883.J place--its wealth: of sunshine'its!! balmy _

was under discussion, and the subject in If any of your readers feel.disposed to escape breezes influence, its air on of reliose'its nerves too'subtle tightly arid strung soothing Corner of Centre and Third Streets. .' .
from the rigors of March and the rainsof
band was more! Especially illustrated:: by reference ..Aprilpermit me to tell them of the and on minds wearied and worried with the
to the successful launching ofthesteamtug .'charms of Fernandina. I speak of Feman-" struggles! of life. It seems to thejaded toilers
GGldiator, built for the firm of ,dina rather than'of any other place in Florida who>>seek for rest and recreation to be one ti
f because it has attractions superior to all of the happy i islands of'Which, poets sing. "J.| SPRING GOODS 1--[
Fox fe Burns, at St. Marys, Ga..it was,stated others and because visitors from the numerous Insensibly:: as these golden! days pass, peace +

that so great were the facilities for obtaining resorts in the State are now beginningto steals into the disturbed soul, strength into
and other valuable bl the fainting heart, and health into the wast-
live oak, Georgia pine assent le here. .
that the cost of And'tirst of the climate which is the chief ing frame. Now in Stock and :
material, building was re- matter of interest with those who come March and April are delightful.months to arriving by every Steamer for all Departments<< .
duced one-half while an even more remarkable be here. The winter, if winter it be
may
the winter. The climate of
statistic was mentioned in the South Fernandina during is most healthful and agreeable. called In this semi-tropical climate is now )Hw hin rlcl Puc&lll ilkl t htinl t nun ( rt
; l &m :
The inga!
fact that during the nine nwiitfa which intervened There is a total absence of the malarial influences budding into the opening spring. ;days .
which assail some portions of the grow longer, the sun shines more brightly,
between the laying of her keel State. This exemption arises from its peculiar the winds blow more softly, the flowers AND NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS. ;.: wOUR
and the trial trip' of the Gladiator, no mechanic location. The town is situated on Ame- bloom more richly, the fislr: bite more freely, ,,'. ,

had lust,fine.day'Jrorn.' bad weather. A lia Island, which, though covered with vegetation the tide of visitors sets in.more strongly.As 1
is great bank of sand twentv-three this is the period 'of most! djs'agreeabte' ;
navall who -
Government -inspector, was present CLOTHING DEPARTMENT d
may be that :::
miles long and two miles wide, lying, be- weather further north, it some
while cordially endorsing the.favorable tween the ocean on one side: and the broad of your readers will be gltd'td' exchange .,. .'f
opinions expressed as to St. Marys, volnn-, estuaries called the Cumberland and Amelia cold blasts and drenchmg"r-urfS for 'this en- Isnow complete in MEN'S: YOUTHS' and BOYS, d .

the remark,.and permission_ for Sounds on the other. chanting climate.-H. in. l/tvinille' Courier-, : .
gave
teered '
that he had for sometime, Across the long-and narrow strip of land, Journal., ,. .. .*-'..-'4 -. ..' The.Latsst'. Styles. from 'Low-Priced ..to. Fine Goods.. ", .
publication :
its
breezes off salt water are continually passing.The -r+-TAOYALf --- I .
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seen the desirability of the change for shipbuilding sea air here is free from'the dampnessand ;" ': t
establishments from the rigorous' harshness common to.it in higher lati- Boots and Sh o es. A, new Stock just, received and,. ,; '-}?

climates of the North (obligating at times a tudes, and is:: singularly dry arid soft. It is a offered at VERY LOW PRICES ..
remarkable fact that the winter is the dry gOTA ,
stoppage! of works for periods of from threeto season here. There has been no rain or fog ., 0

five months) to the milder climate of the for more than a month and I am assured'by A large and well-assorted Stock ..::1 ; f 2"

South,and that such a change was inevitable friends residing here that several monthsin for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS, SPRING I HATS ,

," adding, ", and I wish further to say in winter usually occur consecutively) of .11 .
clean, dry weather. Since we have been t: Jflt .l
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IN
NEW AND NOBBY STYLES.
connection with this subject that in all my here, day after day and week<< after week of '

experience of our const, from Maine to Pensa-; bright warm sunshine pas by inviting ua ..
to outdoor life and exercise. Invalids who d Order BUTTE RICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save
such site shipbuilding
cola, I know of no for
have lost ground at Jacksonville and other trouble, time and expense. '
us St.Margs, Ga. points begin to improve when they come '.
That he was right and he speaks with an under the influence of this tonic atmos- Z&- We are Agents for DEVLIN & CO., leading Clothiers of .

experience and authority possessed by few, phere. Besides:: its extraordinary climate, New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail ;

II there can be no doubt; and now that the Fernandina coast has It the is a finest vast boulevard beach on 300 the feet Atlantic receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our' ., ,

11 attention of foreign and domestic capitalistsis wide at low tide and extending for twenty I resident New York buyer. "

is likely tq be so largely attracted to this section miles along the surf, firm, smooth arid safe

owing to the adoption of the St. Marys and affords the most delightful drive or rideor ar. de I I> I> q : ,,
walk that can be found anywhere. Imagine -
I river as the eastern terminus of the Florida? yourself in midwinter riding in an open New York Office> 83 Walker Street, FERX! DL'A, FLORIDA. : '
Steamboat & Barge Canal so happily called carriage with the 'temperature of softest .-3

the "junction of the Mississippi and the At- spring, the broad ocean spread out before 4KI:140POWDER
you, the billows racing in a* far as the eye
lantic, weare likely to hear more frequentlythe : 1
can reach on either hand the surf tumblingand
sound of the axe in our live oak forests, breaking in ripple and foam at your I

and the adze in our ship-building yards feet and your ear filled with the roar of the F. W. MUMBY. J. N. C. STOCKTON. R. D. KNIGHT. <- '
lines the waters, and your eyes regaled with
strung in wealth-producing! along many
the sight of the dancing white caps and the MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT.
, .shores of the St. Marys river, speaking of gleaming sails. "

I which and its connection with the Florida It is hard for those in the region of snow IJ.IPORTEI1S.:

Canal, a recent report| says: and rain to realize that a few hours' travel '
I them this of enchantment. The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States.
Leaving the Okefinokee the route passes will transport to scene Absolutely Pure.
into the tranquil waters of the great St.Mar's Here grow the palmetto and the CROCKERY CHINA AND GLASS ARE. ..
palm the magnolia and the orange. :
river which, from this:: point (some
marvel
varies. A
fifty miles from its month), pours its generous Think of it-strawberries are ripe, and THIS POWDER never and wholesomeness.More Lamps, Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods Wood and ;
flood unimpaired by rock or shoal, into green peas are gathered daily from the vines. purity strength Willow-Ware, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc. ,
economical than the ordinary kinds
Agreeable excursions afford variety. Oneis
the broad bosom of the Atlantic. with the SOLE STATE AGENTS FOR THE MONITOR OIL STOVES.
by water to Cumberland Island( where and cannot be sold in competition
Ships drawing from sixteen to eighteenfeet Lafitte often landed from his expeditions.Here multitude of low test,short weight, alum or Dinner Sets $15 to $75; Tea<< Sets, $4 to $35; Chamber Sets, $3 25 to $25; Parlor Lamps, ;
of water are loaded at the frequent saw {s found the famous:: estate of Dun- phosphate::! powders. Bold only in cans. $125 to $15; Library Lamps, $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamp: $150 to $8. Table Cutlery Plated ,
mills found along its banks; a magnificent gen ess, which possesses much historical in ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Ware, Tea Trays:!, Coffee Urns, Pots, etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels
terest. It was presented by the State of 38 lOG Wall Street, New York.SEAISLANIXJIOUTE.. Restaurants, Bars::, etc. MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT, .
in to
channel deepening many places forty Georgia to General Nathaniel Greene and it 48 No. 13 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :
feet, offers superb outlet for the immense ,;.
a
contains the grave of General R. E. Lee's t.
traffic which will ere long traverse this favored father, the "Light Horse Harry" of the .
highway of mighty waters, while last, revolution. -- S. B. HUBBARD & CO., I (i;
Another trip by steamer is made to St. THE STEAMER
but by no means least, amongst the favorable Marys, and up the river of the same name. JACKSONVILLE, "FLORIDA :.;.,:
concurrence of circumstances nature Another is to Savannah by the Sea Island .Jr ,

.seems to have lent towards this enterprise, route, which is full of interest.An TTTHOLEiiALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ,j ,

is the fact that St. Mary, the Atlantic terminus hour by rail brings one to Jacksonville Hardware, Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils, 4
and the change is as great as though ;
of the route, is situated in one of the should from Manhattan Beach to :
one
go 53* LEAD IRON PIPE SUGAR :MILLS RUBBER LEATHER .l
PUMPS AND AND
most favored sections of the Union. Fannedby Union Square on a summer's day. Quail
the constant sea-breeze from the broad and snipe :shooting offers good sport, and BELTING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, PLUMBING AND TINSMITHING.
fishing for choice fish. I went out to-day $iir HAZARD'S POWDER BARBED FENCE WIRE. 42-tjanl
Atlantic, the sea islands and Southern section CITY OF BRIDGETON .
with a friend, and in three hours brought in :
of the Georgian seaboard, have always tI irt-rrine whiting, sheephead and pom- leave Fernandina for Savannah '.,
\ been proverbial for the salubrity of their ex- pi no. WILL Wednesday Friday and Sun- River and Ocean Steamboats.MALLORY'S 'illi;

quisite, semi-tropical climate, but at St. The Egmont Hotel conducted by Mr. day, at 5 p. m., arriving at the latter place -- : ,.if i
George W. Kittelle, of New York is an elegant the following morning. ;i)
and the oleander
Marys the orange myrtle, house in all its appointments and Returning will leave Savannah for Fer- -
And cape jessamine, perfume the once beautiful affords a most desirable place of abode. Its nandina on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday STEAMSHIP LINE 1J

gardens of the Southern planters, who, rooms, its table its living are of the first at 4 p. m. '

before the war were wont to resort to that order. Connected with it is a park of orange Fare to Savannah $ 6.00 >'J
and palmetto trees for the use of the guests, '
favored region for health and pleasure where thev can sit or walk and read or converse To Savannah and Return, 10.00 :

while cane, corn and cotton (the latter of in the open air. In the park are a FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
Through tickets sold tf). New York, Philadelphia -
the famous sea island quality), "still glad- bowling alley and grounds for lawn tennis Boston, and Baltiiunre.For _
and .
den the heart of the husbandman." croquet.Mr. tickets and state-rooms, apply at theCompany's (:
Kittelle is host anrlposse.sscs
an accomplished r M
Meantime it is with not office, foot of Centre Street. S-1
great pleasure, the rare art of winning the confi- ,
J. A. )MERCIER
unmingled with pride, we can point to the dence and consulting the comfort of his General Passenger, Agent.J. .
singularly graceful form of the steamernow guests. No more agreeable home for the
new traveler can be found. N. HARRIMAN, Manager.

being constructed and at present waiting A ,great future lies before Fernandina.The rct
DAUPIIIN
the arrival of new and improved machinery currents of travel and business are setting RIKART & _

from New York,which occupies the toward it. Its secure and spacious BENCH AND AMERICAN r4i'? ; ii : .
harbor, the deepening of the channel now F :
stocks at St. .
Marys.To in progress under the jetty system, its increasing RESTAURANT _
the energy and untiring perseveranceof railway connections, its line of sr '
John Richardson this ocean steamers, its glorious climate its f r ,d.I.
Captain enterpriseis Foot of Centre Street near Depot<< ,
due; having some time since designed healthfulness both summer and winter, the r- ;
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fine sport it affords the upright and amiable FERNANDINA, FLA. :
model in many respects entirely unique he character of its people, the rapid increase of .S
called to his assistance Mr. Fisher, ship- its capital and facilities of every kind, all JI2f'" Meals at all hours. Board by the I -_ J: I
builder of Staten Island New York, and indicate that the time is near when it will week or month. 14 S : ;

Mr. Robert Mare, of St. Marys, under
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whose fostering care, and his own personal ':' .' 'I i y
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supervision<< the new steamer has risen a -USE .; -THE FINE, STEAMSHIPS-

model of strength, a marvel of beauty, admittedly ,', ,.' ,
: : OITY; OF SAN ANTONIO; 1GSO TONS.
and by.jiiost competent critics.one : x j f.
of the smartest-looking,as well as strongest. S GUCKENHEIMER BISON'S'BRAND{)! : '-* .Ef rATE', OF.r.rEXA: ; .. .:... .1,543. TONS ,:
boats they have ever seen. .
1,508 TONS.
No ." CARONDEL'ET"
better evidence of their approval of .'
the design and confidence in the designercan .' r4asi'!"+.i; e .WESTERN: : TEXAS, .. '" : 1,2 O' TONS.
be afforded than the general support j '. ,
given by the stockholders of the St. Marys H .. ,. ,
Steamboat Company (formed to assist Cap- -] VIBGDT: F": .

tam Richardson in carrying out his project),

besides our own citizens, Messrs. T. D. Han- : ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEWYORK..

kins, treasurer'RobertTompkins; F. Avery .1 .
and Captain Richardson, we are glad to .,.-
seethe names of our good friends and worthy
BAKINGPOWDER. .
neighbors, Messrs. Carnegie and Morris of ?
Cumberland Island, who were amongst the of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
first to recognize the merits of Captain Rich- : '0 I; ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-. a "

ardson's very original designs, as well as the sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. #

most them<< liberal out. in furnishing means to. carry ECONOMICAL HEALTHFUL, EFFICIENT, AND RELIABLE. This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina" and New ,

The length of the new steamer over all '.. York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF

will be 04 feet beam 19 feet, depth of,!hpld1 .. "'i: FRUITS, VEGETABLES: : and others. c

"i feet, and if the new machinery (muchof Use One Teaspoonful to One Quart of Well-Sifted Flour. The-traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR =t'
it designed especially' for this boat, and .. PASSED .ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE: making close
novel in its arrangements), only performs ,connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
part of what the enterprising firm claim ,for ROAD for JACKSONVILLE and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. +
it, we shall soon see completed at St. Marys IT IS PRAISED BY. ALL WHO: ,rUSE IT. ,JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANS1T
one' of the fleetest, fanciest as well as RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the ;
strongest: little steamers ever turned out of 8Ipyard '.- :,''.c .") .; l '. .PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD :
North Sonth. ., for LAKE WEIR. > -:1 '

In conclusion or. I am happy to say the TRIAL. ., WILL CONVINCE. YOtf,OF. ITS ,MERITS., ; .. ', : r

many advantages possessed bv St. Marys as !; ,,! 4- : .- TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. '
a site for the manufacture of lumber has attracted : '
the attention of mill men, and we FOE SA LE B1iTGEL For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to F'
"one( ere long to see, some of cur excellent '
R. W. SOUTIIWICK \
Agent,
will 1 sites here occupied, and our wharves .A. d3'J11Ia.J: : : : ND:: '
busy again in connection with that industry. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
ALEX CURTIS. C. H MALLORY fe CO., i

St. Marys, Ga., March, 188S. Sole Agents for Fernandina, Florida. : \,. Pier 20 East River, New,., York. 51-- ,': -.,
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. t : '; DEATH OF GORTSCHAKOFF. Nothing for a great man or a great nationto I GENERAL: DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY: Assesstor of lores-Thomas -
Barco
{ boast of. Russia deemed the Franco- Cotton
t+ County Judge-l]{. D. Davis Sanderson.. Plant. '
,
a THE END OF THE GREAT RUSSIAN DIPLOMAT- Prussian war premature but saw that unified United States Officers .
Clerk-F. .1. lUll Sanderson. Cw/tcor C/ 1.Hu,1/-u uik
N. Fov
under Bismarck i
SKETCH Of AN ACTIVE PUBLIC LIFE Germany, : was practically '
i ,' LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson.Assessor Ocala.
irresistible. In that crisis, had >he been '
OF HALF A CENTURY. of Taxes-George 1*. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools-H. C.
ready, Russia might i have attacked Turkeyand Register L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Martin'
Had Prince Bismarck never been born, ,made her own terms. She was not Receiver Jtilm F. Rollins, Gainesville. derson. Fort'3IcAy.
i' t. Prince Gortschakotf: who died at Baden Baden -'' ready! Her army'was dilapidated and there ttrveYJr-Ge1terfll-Jalachi Martin, Talla- Collector of Ret'clwe-Flemiug B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY.

? yesterday, might, for a generation or was no pretext. And when appealed to by hassee. "' SamUrbou.! County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West-
1 ; '. so, have been consideerd an able man. As all the neutral {towers' to save France Prince DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-A. J.. W. Cobb Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West.

it i is, he will |patsy! into bistory! a clever dip- Gortschakoff hesitated l and Bismarck took Judijfi Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Olustee. "eriff-Geul"'r.e A. Demerritt, Key West

'' ( lomat the transientidul of one nation and his course All Russia' did in this great : Marshal=J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville., BRADFORD COUNTY. Asxessor of Taxes--Walter C. Maloney, Jr
r the dupe of another, indicating, among cri is'a to renounce the clause in the Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Omnty Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. *

3 many things the romparativeigreatness of treaty of Paris that had humbled her; in a I I'I Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. ,:' Collector of Ret'cnuealter C. Maloney,
RiiMMaand Prussia during the j period of the word, took advantage of the mo'ment when INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke.:) ,. Jr., Key Nest.Superirdendentof.
last fifty years. Clawed: : with his contempo France was subjugated broke faith with her Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. Wainwright, Lake Sdtools--J. V. Harris,Key

caries .jllUt"J''t Beaconsfield: Bismarck, new ally to avenge an old humiliation and COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. '\ es>t. S

I Thier+, or even Gladstone: he dwindles, not hoped that Bismarck would pay her for her John \V. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.

into insignificance; : but into comparative silence and her perfidy. When the time Edward Hopkins, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker Fentan-

weakness.. He was: not able to play the came; Bismarck paid in the same sort of unsympathetic John' F. House, St.:) Augustine.; of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.
.
1 greatest parts among the greatest: nations : silence that Austria dealt out to Joseph Hi .Cedar hey Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
of the century ; but. compared with Gortschakoff twenty-five years before. BREVARD COUNTY. Sleriff-l'eter Cone, Fernandina.
"' ... with Russell, Andra<*)'. Haymerle or Las Assessor
County Judge-James A. McCrory City f Taxes-Wm. H.
Garland
Fer-
,
tfilar, Gortschakoif holds his own as:: of IN THE TURKO-RUSSIAN WAR. State Officers. Point. nandina.

'i,'? ; egii.tI superior talent. His life.especially The.Turko-Russian nomi- Clerk-A. Collector Revenue
': war, though EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. A. Stewart Titusville. of -Warren F. Scott. F
'' + ; the relations of it to the Europe lie has left nally a battle; for Christendom, was simplya GOIernor-\VnL J). Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Tares-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- nandina. r-
us. is: a most tangled, intricate and fa: dnatingxtory .
+ war of conquest and revenge. It was too LieutenantGgoeraorLivingston W. Bethel gianna. Superintendent of Schools--W. A. Mahoney.
a ; the innermost depths anlll1w.tII- late.' Gortschakoff entered into the struggle/ K'yV cst. Collector of Ret'elwe-A. D. Johnston, Or- Callahan.
i ings oIuf it not begot at till if Prince
to ever.
with nations allowed lando
., vigor. European Secretary oj.State-Jolm L. Crawford, Tal- Orange county.Superintendent ; ORANGE UoiTY.
Giirtsehakoff's reveal
own private papers Russia to waste her in battles for petty of 'Schools-A. Grady La
the secrets that led to his: failure. as the army I Jahassee::; County Judge-R. L. :Sumiuerlin: Orlando.
alvanL'but when her forces the
: were at Co'mptrol/er-\V.\D.Barnes Grange. Clerk-J. P.
Tallahassee. Hughey. Orlando.
world i is already familiar will the conditions ( : ,
.r that ministered: to his successes.HIS j,-ates of Constantinople a halt was called. 1'reasurer-Hel1fv A. L'Engle Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff( Thomas W. :Shine, It'urtReid..
1; -'- 'She hadwnade. sure of the hit of\ swamp land Attorney-General: -George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort
-: EARLY \NHOOD. taken from her in the Crimean war; had hassee.Commissioner. Park.; Reid, Fla.C"llector.

k ly.i; Prince Alexander Michaelowitsch Gorts avenged some petty revenges ; had made of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Richard H. Marks
; chakolf, it is said was burn in 17iW. The headway in Central Asia ; but in Europe Tallahassee. .. Springs. Santorl. '

; p ; authorities do not say where. He came of where Gortschakoff worked failures and Superintendent of Public Instruction-'E. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Seeks,
w Hat i is called an illustrious family ; ancestors humiliation followed faster and faster simply Foster, Tallahassee Springs. Fort Reid.
and relatives, of them, servants because! the Russian: Prime Minister wasa ."
r h "s many Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY.
.,.I ", of ruralt-.t family tracing its genealogy toy in the hands of Bismarck. Nominally Collector
t. BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. of Ret'C1Lue'Vm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate K. Harrison
fr J through St.) Michael, of born Russia was allowed to make terms with Palatka.
; 1 : TschernigolF, Commissioner A. Robinson. Tallahassee. Maxville. Clerk-W. F. Forward Palatka.
t in: 1J46. back to mythic Rurik and Vladimirthe Turkey, and the treaty of San Stefano would Superintendent of Schools M. F. Geiger, Sheriff Thomas ,
Shally.
Great. At all events, was cousin to have stood against the world had Prussia so Clerk-R. C. Long Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor S, E. Timmons.
General Gortsehakoff. who, with thousands decided. Bismarck meant quite other than Special Agent-Columbus} Drew, AstorBuilding Collector
F : of others not named did some good tight- that The Congress of Berlin substituted a Jacksonville. COLUMBIA COUNTY. of Rct'C1Ule-Joseph Price.

: }, in? at Seba:) ..topol in the month of October, treaty of its own for that of San Stefano, couJd. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Strickland.Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
;, : 1854. Well enough burn, young Gortscha- robbed l Russia of the fruits of the war for SUPREME Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
0 koif studied at the lyceum of TzarkskoeSeto. which she had been preparing since 1871, Chief Justice"-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake' City. TAYLOR COUNTY.

C where he formed l an intimate friendship and struck a death-blow to. Gortschakoff's Associate Justice-1-. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Assessor of TrlXe.'f-L. W. Rivers Lake City. County Judge-W. II. Parker, Perry.

-. ,. ,J: with fellow-studentAlexander reputation for masterly diplomacy. Germanyand see.Associate Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff-Thomas Osteen, Perry.
?r A kin, afterward the national poet of Russia Austria: were united against him. Justice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, Superintendent of School*-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.
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? this being; worthy of mention as making a Russia has not gained a step south ward, and Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-I. J. Franklin,

.". '. r certain refinement of nature and sentiment l Gortschakoff has for years been dragging Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.

: r which, though excellent in a subordinate out a broken, forgotten life and creeping CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.

: ::I I'! position, were really among the qualities into a grave of disappointed expectations. First Ciicuit-Augustus E. :Maxwell Pen- sonville. County SurL'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry.
> ,...a..1 J I that led to; Gt.atschakoif's overtrusting and Too old for his daily walks in the gardensof sacola. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. Collector of Rectnue-J B, Ha nice. Perry.

,;. ;:!\\t 1} hence to his failure in later years. His education St. Petersburg, too blind to play whist Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Assessor of Tas-es S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .

,I' 'frt'F done with he big an diplomatic life too enfeebled in memory to recall I his favor- Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOhIN'S COUNTY.

\: ".;::1. [! at the Congresses of Lay; bach and Verona as ite quotations from Horace or Catullus, the Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
r ;, : as attach to Count Noselrode= : the Russian venerable diplomatist has seen the tide of Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, tine.
'I'i Ambassador ; was Secretary of Legation in democracy rise on all sides of him and ville. Jacksonville. \ Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

',: ; ; I London in 1823 ; Charge d'Affaires to then sweep away every ambition of his long Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine-
,,., l' ,' Court of Tuscany: in 1830. and was attach career. The darling of his old age, ma ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St.;
;. 'if';' for the first time in 1832 to the Legation at niece, Mine. Akimfieff," whose name was Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell Tampa. HAMILTON COUNT: Augustine. .
:: ;;;:;, Vienna, where the death of his superior the every moment on her uncle's lips left him Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke Sanford Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias
c, ," ,;:. !.., Russian Ambassador, gave him great influence. for an illicit love affair with the Duke von County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. St. Augustine. ,
; In 1841 Lenchtenberg, and made him break his Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper.
Ifj he was sent:! on a mission to Superintendent Schools-C. F.
"' 'fd ct +tf Stuttgardt, where he negotiated the marriage pledged word to the Emperor that the alli- Court Calendar.FIRST She-riff-James M. Duncan, Jasper St. Augustine. of Perpall

;," }i: of the Grand! Duchess! Olga of Russia with alliance was the invention of evil tongues.His CIRCUIT. Assessor of Tuxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum.

;I the Prince Royal of Wurtelllbt>r For this son, Michael whose career the old man Fall Term- Collector of R''lenue-'V. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY.

'!.!::1 I-I I service he was made a Privy Councillor. In had so fondly watched, had long been the Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-Henry Cassidy, Leesburg,

,: ,o'';' 18.3U\ he was:: charged with the duties of Plenipotentiary scourge of the British Embassy, and became, Walton, 4th Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.

t f i'' to the German Union, which required in the eyes of the world the by-word of Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday erts, Ancrum. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
'; ';a him to pass a part of his time in Russian nepotism. Schou valoff. Walujieff in October. IIERNANDO COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall. Webster.
Collector
," (' 'f ''jl' Frankfort. It was here that he met young; and Ignatieff were fighting for his place; Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville.of Jievenue-J. R. G. Hamilton,
;3 Lieutenant, now Prince. Bismarck, the result It goes without saying that Gortschakoffwas in October. ville.

.' 2" I being a warm mutual friendship, admiration a gentleman in rnannerandnppearance. Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville. Sum Superintendent terville. of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
1t l'If flowing mostly from the Russian side. He was given to old-fashioned singularityof Ootober.Escambia.. Sherlff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville.

u..r ;, it, Ug to this time, say his forty-third year, dress; is said to have resembled our own 1st Monday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
:i.. ;j i ;. O..rtschakutTJuulc.ccupial. important but not Edward Everett, and to his lasting honor it This act amended section 2 of act of February I County Judg 1I.1.. Blackburn, Live

lr: : : JealingJs.ition -years and positions of should he remembered that in the days of 10, 1879, and does not. change the ville.Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townsend, I. Oak.
I : good schooling: for the future. our civil war when England and France Spring Term. Brooksville. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.

ti' .. :l 1\\ :,. THE CRIMEAN WAR AND AFTER. were somewhat unfriendly to the Union TIIIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
.- and were nearly ready to intervene, Prince Spring Term- Fort Dade. Assessor of Taxes-W. II. Sessions, Wei-
: 'j''t The enormous influence of Russia in Cen1"1' born.
Gortschakoff maintained attitude.It .
a kindly Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st in
Monday
., '; tral Europe before the Crimean war cannot HILLSBOROUOH COUNTY. Collector
Revenue-Robert
of
F.
t is a long and vexed life that has now goneto April. Allison
f ; 1 be traced to Gortschakoff: but to his master L. Crane Live Oak.
4 its long rest, with nothing but good wishes Madison 2d Monday in April. County Judge-H. Tampa.
1 ; ', Nicholas, who believed in his mission to repress Clerk-Wm. C. Brown
,:I' from all men-Philadelphia Times. Hamilton 4th Monday in April. Tampa. Superintendent of Srlwols-.T. O. C. Jones
} revolution everywhere, acted steadily Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa.Assessor Live Oak.
; j i i' on his: belief, and had therefore a persistent: Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.CountyTudgeJames .
AN IMPOSSIBILITY.-Deserving articles are in April.
4 I : which him adherents in
policy
J gave every Collector Revenue W. F. Buns
i :E European court. With the period of the always appreciated. The exceptional clean- Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday of Schools- W.I'. Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter-
Superintendent of Hen'derson
liness of Parker's Hair Balsam makes it in prise.
April. II
:' : '-rfJ Crimean war, say from 1854 to 1856, the real
': .s !\ forces: :: and weaknesses: of Gortschakoff's life popular. Gray hairs are impossible with its Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
\ 1i occasional use. in April. JEFFERSON. SlLC1.iff-'V. A. Cone, Enterprise.
began to manifest themselves. He was made l
County Judge-J. B. Christie Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson ,
1.\ Fall Term- Enter-
t Ambassador at Vienna in 1854 and while -- -- ----
\
'i t Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.
'J' holding that position: is credited with having How IT WAS DONE. How do you man-
Clerk-W. C. Bird Monticello. Collector RC1.lenue-Jolm B. Jordan
of De-

October. ,
.1' frienl.u'to
.; : t' ; kept Austria out of the alliance against age. said a lady to her appearso I
J "d 1 Russia. The truth is that in 1849 Nicholas happy and good natured all[ the time ?" Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land.
i ; ,1''J i! had saved the Hapsburg dynasty from the "I always have Parker's Ginger Tonic Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshawr

.1 j";; '!: 'I overflow with which it was threatened by the handy," was the reply, "and thus easily Su wan nee, Monday after 4th Monday ticello.County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise.

I r i't' Hungarian reuolution and it was not a difficult != keep myself and family in good health in October. WAKULLA COUNTY.
s' : 4 r,., piece of diplomacy to persuade Austria When I am well I always feel good na Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon Countt/ Judge-W. A. Giles Craw ford ville.

is f j not to repudiate her debt of gratitude tured. October. ticello. Sheriff H. Walker, Crawfordville.
} for this service. Besides, Austria saw no Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Granthara, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
l in October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval,
a
: 1' gain in u war where she would have been Indigestion,dyspepsia, heart-burn, nausea, Crawfordville.
s 1 1;. only one of three allies. Austria had no FOURTH CIRC'UIT.Spring LAFAYETTE COUNTY.
etc cured by using Brown's Iron Bitters.
:.-.' 'j! f expectation of pressing northward or of enriching Term- Counti/ Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw-
-- ---- fordville.
,; ;;t j,_ herself in such a war. But the I battles St. John's 2d Tuesday March. Sheriff Thomas Walker, New Troy.
:
F,, :' J of the Crimea pressed to their crisis and America Ahead Clay, 4th Tuesday in"March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. Collect of Revenue-W. H. Walker,Craw-

: I H; U' close without any word or sign of sympathy Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Rams'ey,New ford ville.
:' i :It" from Austria ftnd the allies were_ allowed to Baker, 2d Tuesday i in April. Troy. Assessor of Ta.res-C R. Reynolds, Craw
fordville.
't .0 ; defeat the Czar cherished purpose of conquest Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
t1: y RD
+" < ". t t Ali t j in the south and to tie his hands by 0 Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy.
55 \ the Black Sea article of the treaty of Paris. Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.W. .

'i t\\ I" As far as Gortschakoff had any influence in St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Troy. ---

':I o 'r I the Crimean struggle, it was a failure.:; ; Austria o "'W Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. Ackley, New Troy. STREETV,

r I' allowed him to trust: her and it was not Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office

,. ;, I I until England and France, as the allies of Zis Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. ,
': Turkey, had clapped the claws of the Russian 0 0 Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff Tallahassee.
Moseley,
bear that Gortschakoff saw the }perfidy ."t-::: OA0 N Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.

'S r: of Austria. It was a dark gallw'ur1'- Russia's'part : 00 FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent Schools Henry Felkel,
: ,:. ; but the ambassador at Vienna was t 00. Term Tallahassee.
i i ; foolish enough to forget that,when one manor Spring -
Trea.'t1lTer--.T. L. Demilly. Tallahassee.
I ., Sumter, 3d Monday in March.
i' ; nation plays a dark do it .L1r ? y7
banieothers R I hob
; Collector Revenue C. C. Pearce Talla-
.. Marion, 4th Monday in March. of ,
f :' t r5 too. So in cunning, as in IUH.cstlrk, it is hassee.
'.. f !;. simply a matter superior brain. Austria: FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS;r1SK March.Putnam, 3d Tuesday. 5 5 after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee -
II, y .
I and Russia :both wanted'the sick man's .
: pos FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY ITU'' Levy 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in :
L sessions. They might be rivals, but could March. LEVY COUNTY.
r ---- ,---- -- -
not be friends. In all this want of sight jt
-f't: t Gortsl'hakutf's'Sl't.'ms to have been the best w-'rHE NEW STORE.- Alachua,4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; ,
,
.. ';.k: head Russia had to use in those days Nicholas March. .. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.
Fall Term S. Parker
Bronson.
Sheriff
,
died in 1855. In 1856 his successor:! ,
I Alexander, appointed Gortschakoff Minister Sumter 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.

"'S 1", of Foreign i Affaires.GORTSCHAKOFF :B W. F. WOOD, Jr., } i SC Marion 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
., lit Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Key.
.
!. < AS FOREIGN MINISTER. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-

? .l ;i :' From 1856 to 1859 the wily Minister devoted > j Proprietor, } :E] Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall Bronson. STOVES
:: .t r .. himself to the! formation of friendships November. MADISON COUNTY. HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
>. 'i and alliances with France and Prussia.Napoleon SEVENTH CIRCUIT. AND SHEET-IRON WARE
C> 0 County Judge-R. Witherspoon Madi
.{ ,y III. had a borrowed dream of Spring Term- ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
I .,. dividing Europe according to old nationalities son.
.
Orange, 4th Monday\ in January. PUMPS DRIVEN WELLS ETC.
S. M.
f Sheriff Hankins Madison. ,
t r of blood. The west of Europe to the T :3E3C: Volusia, 3d :Monday in February.
t > Latins the Middle to ,the Teutons! and the Brevant Clerk-John M. Beggs Madison A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
,-1st Monday in March.
,V .t. i Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, call and with those of
J East. to the Slavs was the programme. This Dade 3d Monday in April. compare my prices
"t ; struck the ambitious imagination of GurtM S S Fall Term- Madison.Cmmty. other houses, here or elsewhere.
.
., .},: schakoff. Austria: was the obstacle in the Orange, 2d Monday in August. Trea.'fUrer-8. S. Smith, Madison.
4 way. The wars of 1859 and 1866 did much AND' Volnsia 2d Monday in September. Collector of Ret'C1nuI. Warring, Mad- G. F. AVERY,

;. to ilUtlable'her pretensions, and to convincethe ison.Assessor
Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade .
Russian Minister that, he had found in S Sr 2d Monday in November. ison. of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Mad- ft'L
+ ,l Paris and Berlin his true allies While
r k"" Gortschakoff ,had been winning allies and "v...* MANATEE COUNTY. .

trusting.the future.Alexander at home had :a: County Officers. County JII.dge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.

"J, :' been freeing his serfssince turmd Nihilists; .ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith. Manatee.
and in the same period say from 1856 to Sheriff A. S. Watson Pine Level. CARRIAGES AND WAGONSTo
C> CC > County Judge-Junius.C.. Gardner, Gaines- Trains.
and from Steamers and
:, 1870. one Bismarck, the young lieutenant ville. Assessor of Tares-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown

whom the Russian had admired at Frankfort Cleric-J. A. Carlisle; ; Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.
'. had been drilling Prussia into an army;. > {j Fernandina, \ E: Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash.
t ,, manned and officered in a to stand FOR SALE :
way Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward,
against the world. The one tbat HORSES BUGGIES HARNESS
thing Cor. Hawthorne. Pine Level. ,
Centre & Third.
: \
i \ S
55 Gortschakoff really succeeded in was in MARION CARTS, AND WAGONS.
ColJectorof Revenue H.C. Denton Gaines- COUNTY.County
,
rV trampling out the Iif -b10 d patriotism: of. TERMS CASH.'t
1
ville. Judge-Samuel F. Marshall Ocala.
the Polish insurrection of 1863.) It ,
was
baser game than that of John Bull in Egypt.a ., i 9*THE NEW ST'ORE.- I Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. j -Office and Stable-First Street, near
M I Gainesville. SJieriff-A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street "Wharf. 49-tf


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THE FLORIDA! ;AlhtROR I I i : MARCH 17.


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THE JUTE CULTURE. Legal Advertisements.CITY NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. Drugs and Jledicines. i Ii lYE CARD
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The jute industry is a large one, and whatis IS HEREBY GIVEN, that OF THE I JiI
TAX SALE. un- DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. "
now used comes chiefly from India. In NOTICE act of the Legislature of the FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR _

1882 there were 2.500,000 bales of 400 pounds BY VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY VESTED Slate of Florida, entitled An Act to pro- PALMER B !{0'S, t
each exported from Bengal, and in 1879 me bv law, I will sell on Monday, vide a General Law for the Incorporation of RAILROADAND
baled April 2, 1883/ in front of the courthouse Railroad and Canals." approved February16th I .
were 294,032 imported Into the
there 4j-j+
United States. The value of the jute imported door in the city of Fernandina, Fla., within 1874 the undersigned i have formed and i it .' 1---1':ii ; { -fl--U 4 i > !-+!I-ti-t-t+-
in 1679 was about 7000000. The the legal hours of sale, the following described organized a company under the:name 1)f t. PHARMACISTS I I FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. i>

value of the manufactured product of this delinquent .property I advertised to ATLANTIC & MEXICAN GULF CANAL
article exceeds$100,000,000annually. Cloth pay the city taxes assessed against it for the COMPANY -:+" <. > II I II I -II HI4i H--H I li.-n.: I I +1 : If+-

made from it is used fur baling in all parts year 1882: for the purpose of constructing, maintaining In Effect January 7th, 18SS. -

of the United S de.4. m ;ax and operating a steamboat and barge Centre Street, near'Depot,
If the planters of the South can secure OWNER. LOT. J canal for public use in the conveyance of
control of this: great industry and also be induced I y persons and property from the Florida line, FERNANDINA GOING OUTH. .
FLORIDA.
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raise there will be ,
to grain a transformation
scene enacted." Poverty will di- Alston. John................ 5.........?, 30 $ 6 19 southwesterly near the Okefenokee direction Swamp acritss; the thence State in of a T Leave Fernandina........................ 8.00 a.m.
Leave Hart's Road...................... 8.42a.iii.
and prosperity smile: upon many Bonaud. Peter .............. 3.4..1 47. 8 03 direct mute .
appear Florida by the most to the Gulf, 4 ABSOLUTELY PURE Leave Callahan........................... 9.48
sections where chst.1)ur-dgelllent.Htvt'rt) and Denclield, Faro::) ........ ..... 6 ........? 42 11 70 and along its shore to the western a.m. .
almost despair now prevail. The railroads Delaney, It. S................5........... 47 8 J 7Delanev. the State to be constructed boundaryof within Leave Dutton........................ .....10.15a.m.
will have a new source of traffic open up, T. S................ I........... 40 6 20. the limits of the; counties of Nassau. Baker DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED Leave Brandy Branch ......... ......10.30 a.m. li '
and business:: of all kinds will be better.It Florida Transit R. It. 2-, .. Columbia. Hamilton Suwanee Madison Leave Baldwin...........................11.05 a.m. ,
Is to be looped| that leading railroad 6GO feet of main track Jefferson, 'Vakutla.c"roLllk, La DRUGS CHEMICALS Leave Maxville..........................11.32 a.m. .
officers and representative citizens of the and road-bed.............. ............ ..... 40 92 fayette.lin Calhouu Taylor,Washington, Walton Santa- Leave Highland..........................11.55 a.m. I K
South will realize the filiation and exert Florida Transit It. It. 7- Rosa, and Escambia., The,Canal Leave Lawtey ............................12.15 p.m.
themselves in making known the value 275 feet side track and by the Companywas Standard Patent Medicines, Leave Temple's.................. .......12.30 p.iu.
of this:: new product and the necessity 1 for road-bed.................... ............ ..... 37 73 : originally of incorporated under the name of Legislature the Arrive Starke............................12.34 p.m. .'i '
different methods: of farming.-St. Louis Manegault, C. C........... 4........... 30'' 5 67 lantic &Georgia Mexican, 'Canal of which At Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.iu.,
Railway :&gister.PUltH.4N'S. Scott, M. C....................S.: 4 of 8lO 4 88 this to be extension.Company, -I| Fancy TOILET Articles, }- Leave Thurston ........................_ 1.06p.m. _
San born, W. A., est. of.. 5. 6, 20, proposes GEO.an lt. DREW Arrive Waldo............................. 1.30 p.m.
FORMULA. 27,28,29 1119 07 J. J. FIN LEY Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.m. __
Wilson. S. A. J-............ 4........... 4 88 GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, PERFUMERY, Leave Gainesville....................... 2.27 p.m. 4
Editor Southern World I notice in Fur- Williamson, C. A......... 6.......... 22 6 87 Of Florida. Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m.
nwn's formula that he speaks entirely of Unknown.................... 13.......... .1 3 30 LAFAYETTE MCLAWS LTJBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc. Leave Batton............................. 2.57 p.m.
putting the compost in the drill. Now I .. ............ ........ 15........ 1 3 30 JOSEPH SHEPARD Leave Archer.............................. 3.15 p.m.
want to know if it won't do as well put in .. ..................... 16,........ 1 3 30 I JAS. S. BAILEY, af" Especial and careful attention paid Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50p.m. ;
broadcast for oats or wheat, and if it won't .. .....................25......... 1 5 54 I .Of Georgia. Leave Otter Creek........................ 4.27 p.m. .
improve the land faster than if put in in the .................. .. .7........... l 3 30 Dated this 10th day of January, A.D. 1883. to Physicians' Prescriptions, by Leave Rosewood...... ................... 5.02p.m.Arrive m
drill. If so, what quantity should I use on .. ............... ......8........... :l 3 30 an experienced Druggist. Cedar Key........................ 5.35 p.m. ,*
tolerably poor land with: clay subsoil ? Is u. ......................24......... l 5 54 In Circuit Court, Nassau County.E. GOING NO TJI.- .
there any danger of using too much ? ..................... 4;.......... al 4 35 J3f MR. RABB, the Manager, will sleep
H. M. CHAPMAN. ..................... 8........... 3 30 E. S. WADDLEIGH, Administratrix of the Leave Cedar Key......................... 7.25 a.m.
Clifton S. C. .. ....................12 I ........... u 4 35 Estate of Winborn A. Sunburn, dec'd, over the store and will respond to all callsat Leave Rosewood......................... 8.05 a.m. ,
his .. .....................;:t.......... 9 4 35 versus ni ;ht.. 51 Leave Otter Creek....................... 8.40 a.m.' '
.A'l.Iwer.-Mr. Furman puts compost ..................... 11......... 9 435 GEORGE COOK and C. J. VAN -NOSTRAND Partners Leave Bronson................. ........... 9.22a.m. (
for the that it I '
in the drill chiefly reason ......................ii'........... 15 4 35 as COOK & VAN NOSTRAND. ESTABLISHED 1875. Leave Archer.............................. 9.52a.m. '
yields::! a larger return the first year. If broad any ...... ..............j6........... 15 4 35 virtue of a final decree issued by the Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m.
be applied
compost or other manure like ., ...................... 22.: ........ 16 4 35 BY Hon. James M. Baker,. Judge of the Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m.
coast to a drilled crop corn or cnttOIl- ..................... 11......... 17 3 57 Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, I will Leave Gainesville.......................10,50 a.m.
having comparatively wide rows::! it would ., ..................... 17......... 17 3 57 sell in front of the Court-House in the city DRUGS and MEDICINES Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m. .4
II require probably twice the amount per acre u ..................... 2........... :21 4 35 of Fernandina, on the first Monday in April Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m.
I ii t to produce the same increase in in the the crop drill.as ., ..................... a............ 21 4 35 being the second day of said month all the Leave Thurston..........................12.24 p.m.
would be required if applied of IJ With the limited capital full at the command for investments tl ...... .............. S'1,1. 4.,0:: I :J. Van Nostrand, partners as Cook & Van HORSEY & CO. Leave Starke............................... 1.00 p.m.' ;
most farmers quick and returns tl ..................... 10......... 20; 4.,0:: I Nostrand in the following described Leave Temple's.......................... 1.09 p.m.
11 in commercial fertilizers are very ti ...... ..... ....... l<.. ........ 28 5 40 I. to-wit: One forty-five horse property tu- Leave Lawtey ............................ 1.33p.m.
i1 desirable if not inelispensablVher the .. ..................... tJ..J .......... 30 4 35 i bular boiler with all the fixtures power one Leave Highland ........................? 1.55 p.m.
U main object in view is the rapid is the improvement I .. '... ........ ......... 4 35 engine and direct acting engine; with upright =1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1= Leave Maxville ............................ 2.19 p.m.
of the soil, broadcasting but much quickerand i. ..1I ..................... 3 30 saw frame, two circular siiws, carriage. etc. Arrive Baldwin........ .................. 2.43 p.m
I surer plan, more costly. 35 ; Leave Baldwin ....... ......... ....... .
fertilizers in the hill .1 ..................... 4 one butting saw and frame one edger saw / 2.53p.m.Leave
When i ;
I drill convenient are the applied of the or ,I ...................... 3 30 one hog car; ten slat caw':"now used in a Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m.
I last to roots plants ...... ............... 3 30 certain saw mill operated by Cook & Van Street, Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35p.m.
from first
to a considerably larger proportion 4..3 30 Leave Callahan..........................
of the amount will be ..................... : 3 Nostrand, at or near the 45 mile-post on the 4.25p.m.- .
I by the and applied a corresponding appropriated ..................... 3 30 Florida Transit Railroad, on Section 31, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, Leave Hart's Road...................... 5.15 p.m. +>
I smaller proportion crop will be( left in the soil asa h ..................... 3 57 Township 2, South Range 24 East: in the Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m. ,1
reserve for future "... ...................... i G 85 County, Florida ; together with all the belting constantly on hand a fine assort- Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR .
I Of course broadcast crops.application is ..................... I.I. *1 4 23 shafting, pulleys and steam pump, and KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -
I the case of broadcast crops-such as properin small to ..................... ........... ;) 2 34 all the machinery used in and about said and DOMESTIC .
grain and grass ; and Furmm's formula is .....................'2........... 115 2 34 saw mill.
It Just in this other .....................'3........... 115 2 34 PETER CONE.
as applicable as
11 manure. There is very little way danger any of applying h .......... ...........'fe..........,115 l 34 Sheriff Nassau County.. Florida. Drugs and Chemicals DIVISION. .
rl too much ; 10,000 pounds broadcast 0 ...................... ..........115 2 34 Fernandina, Fla., March 1. 1883., ,
I) to the acre would not be as likely to hurt h..................... ...........1115 2 34 GOING SOUTH. .
i1 a as 5,000 in the drill. On tolerablv ......... ............7. ......... 115 2 34 NOTICE. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
crop pounds Leave Waldo Junction........
I II ..................... ........... 115!, 2 :34 ......... 1.40 p.m.p.m..
land with subsoil" FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE
poor clay we Leave Dixie........................
II .........
2.02 .
:: THE
would not use less than 1,000 pounds ..:.................. 19..........aiJl 5 54 : stricken from the registation Proprietary and Fancy Goods _
II peracre I Leave Hawthorne ............... ..... i
4' ..................... :km ........!:!W1 5 54 2.20 p.m.p.m.. ,,
wheat list of the of Fernandina the
and
on oats from that City by Spe-
or up. .' Leave Lochloosa......................... _
wards.: II ....................."._'1 ......... .J...UiJI"A. 5 54 cial Committee appointed by the Presidentof FINE TOILET ARTICLES 2.38 .;
I) : Leave Orange Lake.................... 3.04 i ,
... ) 54 p.m.
.................. 5
The inquiry leads us to remark that there the Council, for the of revisingthe
IIII ..23.'J. purpose Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31 t
..................... 5 54 p.m.
are economic principles involved in mixed registration list
41 a ..................... .........i: ) 5 54 : PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., Leave Silver Spring( ..................... 4.00 p.m. '
of intensive and
system extensive fanning, II I Andrews, May. Hanley, Rob'tAlston Leave Ocala................................ 4.30
which should not he 1 viz. thelnrgl'r .....................II .......... :276,1 2 45 p.m.
the disreg-jrde of : ......................-'J............276 2 45 John, Jones, Joseph IN GREAT VARIETY. Leave Lake Weir Station............. 5.18 p.m.
application manure per acrE'the ItII 'J "I ., Avery, George Johnson, Augustus Arrive Wildwood........................ 5.45 .
greater will be the profit of labor ; and .....................\.J .......... 276, 45 Baker Watson p.m.FERNANDINA
the .smaller the application the will .................... :........... 276! 2 45 Jones Charles GOING NORTH.
be the profit cent. on the greater invested II .....................1'1. ).............:276 2 45 Bailey, Edward Jerry, A. S. M
(per ) money ., .1. Clinch, Chatham King. Benj. Physicians' Prescriptions Leave Wildwood.......... ..............
7.00a.m. ,
in the fertilizer. So, if on a one- ..................... G...........1276 2 45
horse farm for instance one-half of the ............ ........ ...........i'.276 2 45 Clark. A. F. Kane Nathan >-. carefully compounded pure Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35 a.m. r
tlII footman, John Knabb. Charles Leave Ocala................................
9.00
is lightly manured, and the remainder ..................... ........... 276 2 45 a.m.
crop very highly; manured the first half ............ .........I}........... 276 2 45 Cook James Klutz Julius Drugs, at reasonable prices. Leave Silver Spring.................... 9.18a.m.
will yield very the better results in proportion to tl ..................... 10..27d, 2 45 Druinmond, Prince Love, Hilliard Leave Anthony Place................. 9.46a.m.
Demery, Lewis I tve. Sam'l E. Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13 S
the labor of preparation and culture, and ..................... II 276 I. 2 45 Railroads. a.m.
the last half will give the greater cent. 1Ctl ..................... I"....i....... 2 45 Ferguson, Edward Lee, William Leave Lochloosa..10.39 a.l11.
on the fertilizer used. For a happy per adjustment ............... ...... l. ..........276 VI I|I 2 45 Floyd, John Lee. Samuel CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Hawthorne.......................10.57 a.m. .
of these npparcnLI.clashin principles .. ..................... 14.27(1 2 45 Gano N. L. Lumpkins. Major FLORIDA COMPANY. Leave Dixie.............................11.15 a.m.
the farmer must rely upon his judge IIIt .....................15.' ......../:276'; 2 45 Gibson Doln'lV.. Mordica EdwardGitlrd -- Arrive Waldo Junction?.... .........11.35 a.m.
ment and experience holding/ fast to the ..................... 16..........276'p 2 45 \V. P Mason Henry JACKSONVILLE, June 25, 1882. Trains daily except Sunday. ;
system of w and the shire system for extensive.-R. in ..................... 10.......:. -' 761 1 2 45 Hagans, Perry Payne, Hercules road will run as follows :,;S:
Southern Wartd. .............11.1... 19......... :276 I 145 Hunter, Edward Pasco, Jacob :
It ...... ..... ... 276 Hunt, Fred Robinson, Bart WESTWARD.Accom. .
..........20. ......: 2 45 :Mail.
LAND. A r 25 CENTS PER ACRE. ..................... 21......... 276 2 45! Hull, John Robinson, Lewis Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m & JACKSONVILLE R. R. r
II ..................... 22......... :276 2 45 Hopkins, F. W. Ross Charles 44 Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 in '
The act passed by the Legislature to ..........:......... Z-J......... 276 2 45 Howell. Sam Roche J. P. '' Sanderson......... 8.25am 9.55 p m i I GOING SOUTH. 4
enable actual settlers to homes" is ItII .....................2............:276 2 45 Hicks, Thomas Saxon, MilesG. Lake City..11.00 a m 11.55 p m Leave Fernandina..11.35 a.m. 6.15 p.m.
procure .......................2 3 .........:276 2 45 F, AVERY, Arrive Live Oak............. 1.15pm 1.15am p Leave Harts Road......12.05 p.m. 6.55 p.m. 11tft
as follows:: : .tl. ..................... ......... 276 2 45 PETER WILLIAMS, EI In"HIe............ 2.30 p m 2.30 a m Arrive Jacksonville.... 1.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m. ,
SECTION 1. That any person who is the ......................:!.7..... ... :276 :l 45 WM. LAKE, Madison ............ 3.30pm 3.30am ,
head of a family, and is a citizen of this I.II ...................... :!.8..........:276 2 45 Committee. Drifton............... 5.25 p m 5.30 a m GOING NOKHI. ,
State, be entitled to purchase 80 (eighty) .....................7........ :!76 2 45 Fernandina, Fla., March 10, 1883. Monticello........ G.OOpm 5.50am Leave, Jacksonville.... 9.00a.m. 3.35p.m. f'
acres, or a less quantity, of any of the internal Ittl ......................:O..........:27676 2 45 Tallahassee......... 7.30pm 7.30am Leave Hart's Road..... 9.35 a.m. 4.01 p.m.
improvement lands of this State, donatedby ..................... : ........ -' 2 45 Professional and Business Cards Quincy.............. 9.30 a m Arrive Fernandina.,10.40 a.m. 5./()/ p.m. ,
act of Congress, September :l8, 1850. for IIIt .......................31......... 276 :f 45 Chattahoochec... 10.35am Trains double daily except Sunday.
the price and sum of 25 cents (twenty-five. ..................... .... ....:276 2 45 LOUIS A. C. LANGE, u Chatta. River...... 10.55 a m SUNDAY TRAINS. .
cents) per acre. II ...... ...... ......... .34.l76: 2 45
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SEC. Unknown (Old Town)....1'J......... 8 2 65 PHOLSTERER, EASTWARD.Accom. Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.45a. .
2. The person applying for the benefitof .. 16 U SADDLE AND HARNESS-MAKER, :Mail. Arrive Fernandina......................11.10 a.m.
... 8........... 2 52
this act shall I tile with the Commissioner Arrive Jacksonville....... 6.45 7.30
II 16 p m a m Leave Fernandina.......................5.00 p.m.
... 9........... 2 52 Foot of Centre Street
of Lands "
and
Immigration his or her statement Baldwin............. 6.15am
16 5.25pm Arrive Jacksonville...................... 6.25 p.m.CONNECTIONS. .
... 10......... 2 52
that he or she is the head of a family, tl FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m
or is 21 (twenty-one) years or more of age ... 11.......... 16 2 52 Furniture repaired in the best manner. Lake City........... 1.20pm 2.40am
and that such purchase is made for his or ''' ...'12.......... 16 2 52 Hair Mattresses made to order at short Leave Live Oak............11.35 a in 1.15 a m .
her exclusive use and benefit and that such ... 13........ 16 2 52 notice. 36 Ellaville............10.10am 11.55pm
purchase is made for the purpose of actual II 0 ... 14......... 16 2 52 Madison ............ 9.05 a m 10.50 p m '.
settlement and cultivation, and not either ... 3........._ 19 2 32 JAMES McGIFFIN, Drifton............... 7.30 a in 9.05pm .t y rAT
directly or indirectly for the use and benefitof ... 2........... 21 2 32 Monticello ......... 7.00am 8.45pm .
IItl AND BUILDER
... 3........... 21 2 32 ,
any other person or persons whomsoever, CONTRACTOR Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.30pm
and "{ ... 4........... 21 2 32 FERNANDINA, FLA.,
upon filing with the Commissioner of Quincy............. 5.30pm
Lands and Immigration the same statemen t, ... 5......_... 21 2 32 Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Arrive{ Chattahoochee... 4.25 p m With New York and Fernandina Steam't
II "{ ... 6 .......... 21 2 32 Line from New York
and the payment of 25 (twenty-five) cents FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Chatt'chee River 4.15 p m ship on Tuesday, at 8
per acre he or she shall thereupon be en- It ... 8........... 21 2 32 Orders and estimates from a distance care- Passenger trains leave Jacksonville at 10 a.m.,11.35 a.m., or 6.15 p.m.: and for New
titled tlII '... 4........... 22 2 32 York on Thursday at 10.40 500.
to and shall receive a title to not exceeding fully attended to. 25-tf a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45: a.m. a.m., p.m.,
(eighty) acres, at the price of 25 ... 5........... 22 2 32 Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45 p.m., or 5.50 p.m. '
(twenty-five) cents per acre. II ... 4........._ 23 2 32 W. K. BAUKNIGIIT arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 p.m., making With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah ,
SEC. 3. When .. 5........... 23 2 32 close connections with Florida Transit Rail SundayVednE'Sday and Friday.AT A'
benefit of any person entitled to the II "{ ... 6........._ 23 2 32 AGENT, road for Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg and CALLAHAN.To I
this act hits, or may have settled IIII ... 7........... 23 2 32 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Cedar .
tins upon any lands subject to purchase under ... 8........... 23 2 32 AND STOCK DEALER, Key.Sleepers all trains.CONNECTIONS. and from Savannah and Charleston at _
act, and made improvements thereon Peter Williams (taxes furl BUTCHER ANDDealer on night 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.

by erecting buildings and fencing it, and 1880))..........................'10, 11.... 27 10 65 in lee At Jacksonville by Waycross. Short Line, AT BALDWIN, FLA., ,
snail cultivating have not the less first! than right one to acre purchase, he or she the Unknown (taxes for 8l.) 7........... 2 3 63 TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, with all points North or West ; with the To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and .

!land so settled, and any other person desiring J. E. M EDO A UGH, BROOM STREET WHARF Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for 2.43 p.m.
to City Tax-Collector. Fernandina ; and with Steamers for all AT HAWTHORNE,
J purchase the land so settled shall first 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
give the original settler six months' noticeof Fernandina, Fla., March 10, 1883.Sheriff' points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or To and from Palatka at 10.37 a.m. and 2.20

Ins intention of doing S/). WHI. B. C. DURYEE, Charleston.At p.m. ,
", Sale. Baldwin with the Florida Transit Rail- AT WILDWOOD.

BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.-The delicate odorof and by virtue ofan, execution GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, road Gulf for all South without Florida,Ocklawaha of River also, With Stage Line to and from Brooksville
or points change cars;
Floreston Cologne is entirely novel Look UNDER in the Fourth Judicial Circuit in Gulf and Tampa daily except Sunday. a
for Cedar and Steamers
for signature Co. CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, Key to ports. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg .xk
of Hiscox & N. Y. .
on and for Nassau County in a suit wherein At Live Oak, by Nos. 5 and 6, with the
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each bottle.A Philip Goodbread, C. Rodgers, C. P. Mahoney FERNANDINA FLA. Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad, for daily except Sunday.AT
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William B. Hardee, and C. W. Cone, Albany or Savannah.At CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
holds GOOD FOUNDATION. American house- partners as Philip Goodbread & Company, Hay Corn Oats Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers
the prevailing complaints are weakness are plaintiffs, and the Ereka Palmetto Palm 'Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- for Key West, Monday and Thursdayp.
of the stomach and its consequences, and Paper Company are defendants, I have O. S. OAKES, urdays.At m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and
Indigestion, Nervousness and Rheumatism. levied upon, and will sell at public auction Chattahoochee River with Steamers Friday.
Such sufferers can lay a good foundation for in front of the Court-House in the city of C ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Chattahoochee on Sundays, and Evering- With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
health by using Parker's Ginger Tonic as it Fernandina Monday, the second day of bam on Thursdays for Apalachicola, and West and Havana every Saturday 4 p. m.; !4
tones up the stomach and nerves, and keeps April, one pair of platform scales and three returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.
the kidneys active to carry off the foul mat- hay presses; levied upon as the property of MANUFACTURES. Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates,
ter.-N. 0. Picayune.The the Eureka Palmetto Palm and Paper Com- DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES j. s. MCELROY, etc., apply to

pany. Terms cash.PETER OF ALL SIZES. Master of Transportation.W. A. o. MACDONELL, :,
best cure for diseases of the nerves, CONE Sheriff.: Post Office Box 174. M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Ticket and Pass. Agent. c
brain and muscles, is Brown's Iron Bitters. Fernandina, Fla., March 2, 1833.I jan4 Fernandina, Fla General Manager. .D. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21

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i :' THE FLORIDA MIRROR. I The Steam-Yacht I-'gmont. Fleming, T D Gibbens A B Campbell MrsJ Notice. FOR SALE. -

: j :: This elegant' little excursion steamer adds W Snyder. Capt Somerville.J Kreamer, Notice is hereby given thr.t a meeting of ,CO DJODIOU8DwELLING

II very much to the pleasure of both citizens J 'J Dunne. Ja'ksol1'iI1eVm; Rosselle: the subscribers to the capital stock of the A
I United States Army ; Richard Crum ton, Fernandina & Amelia Beach Company -
ti '!.uo A YEAR; $1,00 FOR SIX MONTHS Railway
and visitors The excursion to
Dungeness East RI Chas T Barker Pitts-
Greenwich. ,
; will be held at the office of Samuel 1 A. ;
is made in less than an hour each way, and field Mass ;:Dr Wm Wiley and wife. Fun- Swann, in the city of }Fernandina, on Wed Qf11erl'Umbia: and Fourth streets. Pos-

Reflections. the Egnvmt rides as steadily as a man-of.war. dn Inc. Wis; J W Bushnell. Ocala, Fla ; 0 nesday. March 21, 18X3, for the purpose of session can be given Aprifc 1st.
m C Camp, Bra,lf..rd, Pa ; E C Bullard. Schuy- electing a President and Board of Directorsfor Inquire of G. STARK.
."- To-morrow will be Palm Sunday. The Jacksonville:: excursion Fernandina lerville, N Y ; J H R Stewart. J Lehman, A the ensuing year. Fernandina Fla., March 18, 1883.
combines Iq 1'(>3t-dea"of pleasure and( variety E Mills, :\his.Chisholm. Mrs S H Chfchnlni, By order of the incorporators.W. --- -
1 The Strathmore on Amelia Beach was Savannah Mr.( Fuller Troy N Y Mr Cum- NOTICE.
and i is becoming very popular. A tripto ; ; N. THOMPSON, Chairman.
opened for the season last Sunday. Dungenessand a carriage ride on the ining, Augusta ; Mrs Chas> Bispham: Miss N Attest: A. O. :\\IACDo ELL, :Sec'y.::; SIX WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL
sea- C Bispham, New Jersey ; Mrs A E Strong, Fernandina. Fla., March 10.1883. to the Judge of the County Court
; Hon. F. B. Knowles and wife, of Worcester beach, with an elegant dinner at the Eg- Miss Clam F Strong John A Bolden, Detroit in and for the county of Nassau Fla., fur

'Mass.. are guest at the Egmont. mont Hotel make a very attractive pro- ; Mrs Man-ton, Mrs Shaw Wisconsin ; City Registration Notice. letters of administration on the estate of
Mrs H S Cooper. Columbia, Tenn ; J A Har- Nelson Parker deceased
1 The hotels and boarding-houses in this gramme for a day's outing. The registration books of the city of Fer-
ris, ,Citra Fla ; Miss Mary Fleming Columbus F. C. SUHRER.
city are doing a flourishing: business. Ga; Miss Susie Kirkham Florence: nandina, which are now open at my office, Fernandma. Fla., March 11, 1883-1t.
An Old-Time Home. southeast corner of Centre and Third streets, -
Ala Mrs E P Branch Gainesville. Ohio S -
of Ind. ; ; --
,ti; a Mr. H. R.Johnston Indianapolis, ,
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will be closed March 28 1883.
Wednesday, NOTICE.
We are under obligations to our correspondent Smart. C E Ankeney, Xenia Ohio; Mrs
;+ is in the city on a visit to his relatives. at 6 o'clock m.
Robbins Miss Sallie Clark Falmouth p. HEREBY APPOINT
Ky THE
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for the bright and pleasant description I FOLLOWing
JR.
WM. F. WOOD .
I Amelia Lodge No 47, F. A. A. M., meets Mrs Thos Coleman Kentucky ; Mrs Kendall persons sis inspectors<< of election for
of the well-known! residence oCt the Citlerk..
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'. March 19th. Michigan ; Dr CV Whitmore and Precinct No.1. polling place at Mayor's
next
t 'on Monday evening late Judge l :-MeGhee in Madison( county. wife Nelson Drigley. Jr. and vife. Nelson Fernandina Fla., March 2,18833t.For office. Third street said election to be"held

f t1, The steamship San Antonio will take the There are few old Floridians who cannot Drigley Maine ; F B Knowles and wife, on Monday( April 2. 18H3 : W. H. LeCain
Mrs e Worcester, NY Mrs W G Rent.A G. :stark: and John
Stickney Gordon.
place of the Carondelet on the Mallory Florida recall the generous hospitality which made ;
Line in Hunter. Westport, NY; Daniel Stone and very desirable dwelling-house. Inquireof Also I for Precinct No. 2. Old Town, polling
.. early April. the beautiful home, which our correspondent wife, Cincinnati, 0 ; J L H Cobb and wife, JOHN HEDGES, place at C. J. W,>tbur 'g store: C. J.

: q ; Sol. A. Mode, of the firm of Mode: Bros., so well describes, a haven of rest. Lewiston, :Me ; Geo Kendalland wife,Grand January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla. Westburg, T. A. Acosta and Romeo Dene"al

; :c/ left Tuesday for the North for the purpose We believe this beautiful property now Rapids, tidl- J Y Johnston, Tennessee; C. A. HALEY. Mayo.
Mrs E R Gilbert, :Miss A Gilbert Miss H Select "Intermediate" School for Fernandina, Fla., March! 17,1883.
of selecting a summer,stock. belongs to Mrs. Thompson the wife of our Rust Miss F Rust, Little Falls. N Y ; Miss Boys and Girls, -

1 ::.c..+w Mr. F. E. Holman, of New York, late of esteemed fellow-citizen, Colonel W. N. M Hays Johnston, NY ; N R Gilbert Sing Corner of Ash'and Ninth streets. Circularson PROCLAMATION.MAYOR'S .

k: '".; = the house of A. T. Stewart arrived on the Thompson, and we suppose is for sale at a ,Sing, N Y ; C W P. rsons, Rome N Y; J V application. OFFICE, 1
H Van Reyper, .Jersey City, N J ; F M G. W. SCHUYLER. FERNANDIKA.. FLA.
March
price far below its value. We hope it will 15. 1883.NOTICE .
Western i J
Texas and is at the Eg-
t Wednesday,
; Drake and wife Coring, NY ; Mrs Town- Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental
IS HEREBY
mont. be purchased by some one who will appreciate send, Trenton; N J ; E C Cook and wife, Music and French. 50 electors GIVEN TO THE
G ,-, its beauty and value.General Bath N Y ; J M McArthur, Dayton Ky ;M of the City of Fernaiidindina. -
; The Republicans will hold a mass meeting W Boyd, M D, Cvnthiana, Ky ; J A Drake, To Rent. that the annual election for-
r + on the 20th inst. for the purpose of Greene. E S Walker.
i NYV R Hunter. R McArthur. Arkansas for to MONDAY APRIL 2. 188S,
nominating a ticket for the next municipal Colonel T. of New York ; ; Apply particulars
Myers
Bailey
,I'I election. Jas. H. Wather, El Paso III ; W B Yale, A. B. NOYES. between the-hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and
"I was a guest at the Egmont during the Washington, III ; Mrs Geo Morford, nurse Fernandina July 15-tf. sunset of said day. The polling places are

,. Major B. S. Henning, president of the past week. Colonel Myers has been pursu- and child, Mrs Gen B Beardsley, Bridgeport, --- ---- as follows, viz. :
Peninsular and Florida Conn. New 'Advertisements.TRUE Precinct No., Mayor's Office Third
Florida Transit & ing historical researches for many years, especially street.
f
-- ---- --- -- Precinct No.2, C. J. Westburg's Store
,,. Central & Western Railroads, is expected to in connection with the war of the Range of Thermometer 'ca
NJ|. arrive in this city to-day. revolution. He has a large and valuable FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MARCH 16, And the following officers of the city will

iy Our winter visitors, many of whom have collection of original manuscripts relativeto HORSKY'S DRUG STORE. then and there be chosen by a vote of a
----- majority of the votes given at said
ry >.iv M r traveled all over the Suite speak of Fernan- those times, and contributed a very interesting : : : ci 'tS: viz. election.
"c SI :
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dina as the most pleasant and agreeable monograph upon the occasion of the = I.(>1 ci. ci. :; A Mayor.

4 :- : place to stop at in the whole State. celebration of the anniversary of the battleof I I... eo I o A City Clerk and Treasurer,

t,v,:.,<: Mr. M. B. Kdson: Mrs. Edson,Miss Fannie Cowpens in South Carolina. Saturday..l\IarclitO i 00 I f t8 68 I t 66( I S\V. A An City Assessor Marshal.

I :,' ,: F. Edson and Miss Carrie W. Lockwood. of We are glad to learn that he proposes pre- Sunday............11 56 6-1 65 63 S\V, A Tax-Collector<< ,
paring a sketch of the life of General Nathaniel Monday ............12 66 67 65 NE. For the term of one Also
i : N. Y. arrived in Tuesday year.
Brooklyn, our city I
d ; Greene one of the ablest if not the Tuesday..13 58// 08 6s 71 NE. TemperanceIs Four ((4)) Aldermen for the term of two
... :,:, and have rooms at the Egmont.Mr. .. Wednesday..:..:..14 68 67 N. years.All.
very ablest, of the officers of our revolutionary :.. ...
... 15 69 68 66 N\V.
Thursday
: who
J. H. Aldrich wife and daughter, of persons are registered voters of
army,and who, as the first owner ofDl1n- Friday.............,}16 541 60 J 60 58 'NW. the city, residing within the
a New York, are at the Egmont.; Mr. Aldrich ,. not signing a pledgeor corporate limits
an claim the of the same are entitled to
geness possesses especial: upon vote at said elec-
.: is the head of the well-known house of taking a solemn: oath that tion.
interest of our citizens. Hardly second in MARINE.
: ( Aldrich, Iddings & Clifton, of New York. interest is the name and fame of General cannot be: kept, because of Given under my hand and eth corpor-

k' The dime entertainment of the ladies of Henry Lee, Light Horse Harry," who lies Port of Fernandina. the non-removal of the cause [L. s.] of ate March seal of, 1883.the city, this 15th day

: the Presbyterian Church at the residence of buried in the beautiful grounds of Dungeness. HIOH WATER. -liquor. The way to make C. A. HALEY. Mayor.R. .

Mr. G. Stark, Tuesday evening, was largely Saturday, March" 17..... 2:53: A.M. 3:20 P. M. a man temperate ;j to kill L. DENEFIELD- -- Marshal.
183:51" 4:19" ------------
W Sunday,
: attended and was a success in every respect. the desire for those dreadful NEW HOUSE '
." .n" Monday, 19...... 4:47" 5:16" OPEN.
The weather this week has been quite Council Proceedings. Tuesday H2O...... 5:39" 6:07" artificial stimulants that carry -
A regular meeting of the City Council was WednesJa 21...... 6:27" 6:53"
cool On there
:i. Tuesday morning was awhite HOTEL
::" held last Wednesday, and the following Thursday, ". 22..... 7:10" 7:34: so many bright intellectsto TOURIST ,
frost, which did some injury to ..... 7:49" 8:12"I ,
Friday, ,23. premature graves, and FERNANDINA, F].A.
members ,
'4" 1t; tender early vegetables planted in exposed were present: F. C. Subrer, president I _
and I desolation strife and un- is now open to the public. New and neatly
Aldermen Avery, Joseph: D. Williams ,
a ; t positions. No damage was done to orange 1 ENTERED; furnished, located: in the most delightfulpart
? and P. Williams.Bill M'ch: 10-Sch. Austin D. Drinkwa- into so
't 'f. trees. Knight, happiness many of the island. Large and sunny rooms.
.:. A of James E. Meddau h. tax-collector, ter. New York ; ruck for jetties, families. A good home for parties wishing to stop a
:r.9 ia t In another column will be found the for commissions on tax scollected amount- to Dora & Ross. few weeks or months in the South.

..;f Mayor's proclamation for a city election to 11-S. P.,City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Terms-$2 per day; $8 to $10 per week.
to $312 ordered It is fact BROWN'S IRON
ing was paid.: Savannah freight and a
; passengers 'V. ,V. CLAY .
:l; :tr, be held on April 2d. The officers to be Mercier. BITTERS nonalcoholic Manager.The
J. A. trua
\' A communication from W:. B. C. Duryee, to -
;""s :"; chosen are one Mayor, one City Marshal, offering city bonds for redemption at a discount 13-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, tonic, made in Baltimore, splendid Strathmore Hotel,

L.b one City Clerk and Treasurer, one Tax Col- referred Savannah, with freight and passengers Md.by the Brown Chemical on the finest beach in the world will be
to the Committee
was on Fi-
(, lector, one Tax Assessor and four Aldermen, to J. A.l\Iercier.Agent. Company, who are old druggists open every fine day for the accommodation
'.. nance. 14-Bark Victoria (Dan.), Neilsbn, St. and in every particular of beach parties under the same manage
..: :: : the latter for two years. Man's, Ga.. to Fox & Burns.
,d : On motion of Alderman Avery the time reliable, will, by remov- ment. 10
\ ''II'f Mr.J. W. Bushnell,chief engineer,assisted for receiving bids for removal of nightsoilwas 14-S. S. Western Texas, New York, ing the aving appetite of SNYDERJ
Risk tons with freight DR. W. E.
:! 'r r by Mr. F. P.Damun,Thuflday morning co 111' extended until March 21st. and passengers 1,210 to; R. W.South- the drunkard, and by curingthe

..j :' .f menced locating the line of the Beach Rail- The Committee on Streets and Public Improvements wick. nervousness, weakness ft 0

,T;; "I'', I ,' road. The road will be a narrow gauge to whom was referred. the peti- 16-Sch. E. F. Hart Davis Charleston and general from ill health result-do :;
,
ing intemperance
: ballast, to J. C. Read.
-J and will from the ;
steam run depot on
tion of ,
the Fernandina & Amelia Beach
more to =
16-S. P. of promote temperance
City Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, ft
: :J ;t r'::t \ Cent.re street down First to Beach, and up Reilway Company, reported as follows: Savannah, with freight and passengers in the strictest sense thcji ) CSt"I

: i..1.J : Beach in a straight line to the ocean. Committee reports on within petition in to J. A. Mercier. any other means now known. =
:: ::t.
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\ \ Mr. Charles. Lewis has been appointed favor of granting the same, with: such addi- CLEARED. rr
t" tl! t. tion as may be to protect the 10-Sch. E. C. Rommell. Sloan, Phila- 'I -t"I
necessary
: commissioner for the sale of the lands of the It is well authenticatedfact
.t : j i rights of owners of property on Beach street.G. delphia ; lumber,by Camp Bros. a ?
,', t.1, I ,:j Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad. Tbe AvERY. 11-City of Bridgeton. Fitzgerald, Savannah that many medicines,

.': ; ',I J principal office will be established in Fer- WM. JOSEPH with freight and passengers especially'bitters'arenoth- OPERATIONS FIRST-CLASS; 20 years'
,
by J. Mercier.. charges reasonable. Sets
J ,; '\ ,t t nandina, with a branch at Ocala. The lands Committee. but of Teeth Gold. Celluloid Rubber and
q on
Action on the motion was deferred until 13-S. P. Cityof Bridgeton, Fitzgerald ing cheap whiskey vilely or : ,
,1. I "i. belonging to the new road are among the Savannah; with freight and passengers concocted for use in local every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -
ft most valuable in the State, and the demandfor Thursday evening, for which time a special by J. A. Mercier. Loose or ill-looking Sets n-set: and
'k
j them is meeting of Council was called, in order to 14-Sch. J. L. Clark, Crammer Philadelphia option countries. Such is made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand

} ';1.*' very great. confer with the incorporators of the railroad '; lumber, by Mizell & not the case with BROWN'S advice free, and willingly given. 10

s t J.;i Theteamship Western Texas arrived at and the property-owners on Beach street. Bro. IRON BITTERS. It is a medicine -
15 S. S. Texas Risk New J7H7PRESCOTTDEALER
t r 1J this port from New York Tuesday, and ._, Western; ,
----- York, 1,210 tons with freight for weaknessand
b ; a cure :
.1'; 1 cleared for that port Thursday evening with
,I I. ; Hotel Arrivals, and passengers, by R. W.South- in the _
; 45 and the following 827 decay nervous
,n i :l passengers cargo : wick
"t';I 1 i ;d logs cedar. 279 packages vegetables, 161 EGMO T. 16-Sch. Nellie I. Pickery, Wekeen. muscular, and digestive or-

I t: Carrels Geo A Hartman. T V New York ; lumber, by Mizell of the body produc-
'il .., rj!!. rosin, 138 white wood planks, 142 Boynton, Mr and & Bro. gans ,

': : t er(|1Jty kegs, 53 bales moss 56 boxes oranges, Mrs Mrs J G H R Aldrich Howell.Miss s Howell M N Aldrich, :Miss,Barker Mr and 16-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, ing good, rich blood, health IN
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';'.4 b Ph,a 12 barrels spirits and 1'':0 packages merchandise. F G Evans, C H Hath way and wife, H H, Savannah, with freight and passengers and strength. Try one bot-
;3 ": \ Z A Smith W H by J. A. Mercier.IN .
;7 4 Smith Tutt and wife, J G tle. Price, gi.oo.
V I'' t DuBois Miss Jennie Whittaker. J C Van PORT.
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: ] Fernandina this winter has
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t I presented a Bark Victoria (Dan.), Davis.
Brunt, Bailey Myers, A T Decker and wife.
y: } 1ft remarkably clean and tidy appearance, a I I Mr and Mrs Joint Gault, D W Andrus, F E Bark Panseneitz (Ger.), Wallis. .

{ td I fact which has been commented upon in Holman, M A Root, Mrs( A P Bunting, MrsF Brig American Union Bowman.
E Brnckman,,Chas H Pooraw) Brig Alfred (Br.), Young.
F
; family,
;"j U comparison with other cities of the State by
Brig Emanuel (Sp.), Millet.Sch. .
D Wright, Robert M Smith, H G Hofmes
not;a few of the Northern visitors. This fact E. Davis Pierce.
,1tf :I IIt ; and wife, New York ; Mr and Mrs AV Emily -- -, -
1 1, i is largely due to1 the able management of Newell, H A Sweezy, M B Edson and wife, Sch. B. C.:Terry, Moore. Ladies',

a t 'i-t' : the Street Committee of the Council in keeping Miss Fannie F Edson, Miss Carrie N Look- Sch. Clara Fletcher, Sargent.Sch. :J: rq cs Misses',
;y. +1'1'1 wood, Dr Melville Bryant, W E Gould A C S. C. Yarnall, Scott.
f:, I the streets well cleared<< and graded, etc., Sch. AddieFuller,.Hart.Soli. Children'sand
06 Nan Sam'l
McLane Brooklyn ; J P Myt-rs, Curiosity V ariety StoreOffers
,'. : ,r B and !tbGgood! taste, .of many of our citizensin J C Staley, Mr Leaker, E B Hnnlong and Mary Lord;Smith, b i' Infants',
N in their homes attractive wife Mrs ACalt Baltimore Sch. Larrie Cobb. C bb. Men's
i making ; DJ Cutter and and ,
a large selected
wife. Miss Lamson and maid Miss E L Sch. St. Johns (Br.), Matthews.Sch. carefully Boys'
f. HfL The Pullman palace car "Davy Crocket" Erey, Mrs A P Foster Mrs M A Pike, Miss Etta A. Stiuson, Bunker. and Youths',

,', I ;l brought to our city Wednesday Mr. )!'. M. Emerson J W \Vig in. E H Crowther Geo Sch. Florence Rogers, Davis. STOCK OF HOSIERYFor -.

Ii, r'rii Drake of Corning N. Y., with the following H Burt Miss Francis Lee, Miss Alice Lee, Sch. Sarah Eaton,, Dix. Gentlemen Ladies and Children.I3AN .
Sch. A. D. Knight, Drinkwater.Sch. ,
'\ + : party : Mrs. Drake, J. A. Drake, C. Miss Annie W Lee Edwin B Dalton,C Wos- FINE
Lt E.I E. F. Hart, !'Davis.
born, T J Olys, Miss E E Eaton Boston S
Drake, Mr.and Mrs.B.C. Cook of Bath ; IC : .CI3IEFS
'I ,t.fc t", : P Harbison. Geo Lander, James Prestley ,

", I r-J E.: Walker, of Corning and Mr. T. P. Mrs Jas Prestley, John L Prestley, W H cotton-the We are selling best thread Willimantic for hand and spool ma- Silk, Linen, and Cotton. SE: wED:
t-\t. Fiske of New York. Camp, R M Head, Pittsburgh, Pa James
The
,, party are at the : ;
et Yukes and wife, Dr R W Haynes, John F chine sewing. Ask for it! Buy it I Try it I Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
; r: Egmont. The young gentlemen to 2t MODE BROS.
it propose Lucas and wife, Philadelphia ; Mrs R G Laces, Towels, Napkins
1 i'r'' ,. pay their respects to the quail and snipe soIb Cook, H CCook, Pennsylvania; Mrs Eddy Livery Stable at a Bargain.I Dress Lining, Buttons, ,, Button Booh &ihrl; L nm
,f abundant in our neighborhood. bid and daughter, Newark Ohio; Chas T Tyrer, ,
,'f.q them a hearty welcome. England; Mrs Thos Bassett, MrsO A Bogne, offer at a bargain my entire establish- and Notions Generally. AND
:
t.. p.l Miss Beld r. Miss Grace Belder,John L Wil ment in this city consisting of Carriages,
t son. Mr and Mrs E M Phelps, Geo Bullen, BuggiesAVagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage A new lot of LACE COLLARS' NECK- -++ ++-
tlJ Quarterly Con1'' ence. Miss A G Wilder, Miss Julia A Gould. J H Horses, Harness, etc. TIES just received and marked )low. ( I
: The second quarterly conference for King's McAvoy, Mrs Alfred Cowles Miss Fannie Terms of purchase. CASH. d ISLTPPERS1Embracing

;' Ferry will be held at that place on the Cowles, Mrs P F W Peck Clarence I Peck. G. F. AVERY. Our Stock of COSSETS is Very Superior. -++ ++- .

;t I 1 fourth Sunday in this:: month, beginning H K Farnum, M V Kimbell, Sr, Mrs F Office and Stable-First Street,near Broom
t: t! Robey, Henry Shaw, Mrs D B Dewey, E L Street Wharf. 46 In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- New and Popular
Friday evening next. The meeting will be Gruff. Myron Peane Chicago; Gov 'Geo F ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a

p 1 l attended by Bishop Kavanaugh, Rev. A. A. Drew, Dr J Wiginton, Florida, ; Miss P A Rare Chance for a Bearing Grove. fine variety.

l; Robinson, and the Presiding Elder of the Edwards Brookline: Mrs L P Bissell Hart- For Sale-An Orange Grove. 3 miles from sr"Y"JESGENTS' :

++'' 1 District. The dedication of the church will ford; Mrs J E Lucas, Springfield, Mass; A Sanford 1} miles from South Florida R. R. ; FLORIDA ASD SEDII TROPICAL CURIOSITIES
H Campbell, Kansas; Miss: Howe. Toledo; 500 budded trees 3 to 10 years old ; choicest
take
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Bishop's sermon Dr Chas Bispham. New Jersey ; E P Stone. imported fruit; 7 acres grove, 2 acres garden -

on Sunday. Saginaw; Miss Ella Remsoii, Augusta, Ga; 9 acres lanc .',t 1uck_ of best quality, fine FURNISHINGAND
The first quarterly conference for Nassau C Ellwood, H M Stevens, Sycamore, III ; W house, stable carriage house, packing house, .p Orders from the Country Solicited.* .

,; Mission! will be held at King's Ferry on Saturday H Qnmter Washington, c S Noyes and costing $2,200. Title perfect. Price, 5000.
i wife. Washington ; Mrs Mary Morgan, West Address! B. CHEW. KING7S7

before the fourth Sunday in March. Virginia; Mrs T Ward and daughter, G H Sanford, Orange Co., Fla. 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. e.-CSSER: : GOODS.

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