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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 24, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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VOL. V. FERNANDINA 1 FLA., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1883. NO. 18.' .

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FAIR FERNANDINA. I concave of the sky and the convex of the NEW YORK. ,'. riage, Wm. E. Dodge dies suddenly-what Hotel Arrivals. ;

I. ocean shut in the entrancing scene. --Jt. next? I am going to produce the Passion, +r
Fine sport is found here; quail and snipeare v- -.
IN ITS PRAISE
A VISITOR GROWS ENTHUSIASTIC abundant and the is rewarded by THE BOXING MANIA-YOUNG. AMERICA: IN THE and all the cant in the world shall not stop EGMONT.
angler
FERNANDINA, FLA., March 17, 1883. Geo. A. DeLoynes, Samuel Thomas and
the catch of choice fish, such as the red- RING-A SIGNIFICANT EXPERIENCE-THE me.
to Florida in 1 wife, Z. A. Prior and wife, Miss H. L. Case ,:
Having come a stranger snapper, the sea bass and trout, drum, sheep- SUMMER EXODUS TO 'EUROPE-PROPER There is every indication that the summer Mr. B. P. Tiffany, B. S. Henning V. .;

search of rest and health, and being much head.and Pleasant whiting.excursions made by rail to PRECAUTIONS ON STEAMSHIPS-ADVENT exodus to Europe will be very large, fullyas Boynton, J. 1). Palmer and wife R. R.
interested in what I have seen, I ask permission are Paulifer. Geo. N. Smith Mrs.
Geo. N. Smith
Jacksonville distant an hour and a half, OF SPRING-SPARROWS, heavy as last year, and that was enor-
to give through your columns some and maid, Miss Minnie Ferguson Wendell
received. It be that and to all parts: of the peninsula ; and by TRAMPS AND BUSINESS.To mous. The Cunard, White Star, Inman and Prime i "
and
of the impressions may valet, O. L. T. Surft and wife, # s
even a casual visitor can suggest something water to St. Marys, Savannah, and Cumber- the Editor of The Mirror: other favorite lines have been doing advance Anthon'Yallact and wife. N. Nordlinger '
land Island. On the latter is the famous *
toward the development of a still wider variety booking for weeks past. Must of the Berths Mrs. H M. Requa, Miss Dyckman, C. H.
estate of Dun eness, around which gathersa NEW YORK;March 17 1883.
attractions.The and
of Racey cousin, J. N. '
r Harriman S. W.
are to and June and far ;
romantic interest. The recent purchaseof engaged May so as
Times-Union, from its publication atJaeksouvile outside of New York Huss'ey, Alex Greggs and wife. Jos. A. 't
Anyone living can
of
this Mr.
of travel and estate by Carnegie, Pittsbugh, the fashionable steamers are concerned
the great centre Spear, A. R. L. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. F. D.
of similar investments have idea how the boxing mania has ;
from its! enterprising: and able management, j is beginning many no such as the Arizona, the Gallia the Ger- Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Murphy, O. M.
the watchman for the entire along these waters. seized upon the popular fancy.. Young men C-roslv. New York C.
has become Fernandina is"an important to the mania, etc. I do not think that they have ; George Ackerly
r State. It is evident from its efforts to pro- point and old men, laborersand professional men, Brooklyn, N. Y.; P. C. Cole, A. J. :Maloy ,_
from all tourist for another reason. As the spring staterooms unengaged for those two months.It .

cure trustworthy of: the State correspondence that it does not regard begins to open, and he has become tiraj: of all are able to discuss thejirterlts of the gladiators strikes me that something ought to be and Hoag wife., H. A.Miss Blair Stella and wife Winchester, Mrs. J., F.E.Ar-D. _
parts: other places, he will come here with the and the number of those trying to fit
itself as the organ of a particular locality done to provide a proper means of escape in mour, Mrs. GurneyV. M. Whitehead, ;
but as the source of information concerningevery feeling of being on his way toward home.It in. themselves for the art of handling their"dukes" case of any kind of accident I am assuredby Wm. G. Hoag, O. W Nixon and wife, D. ,
is his last
of interest especially those that probably stopping place Reily and wife Mr. and Mrs. '' ,
point by a course of boxing lessons:; is Geo. C. Camp ,
have been in any degree overlooked. Florida. A new resting spot invites him to people in a position to know, at all bell;Miss Campbell Miss Jeanne Campbell ,

way Jacksonville, with its thousands of visit- remain a little longer ; and thus many are legion. Women and girls have caught the events, that not one trans-Atlantic steamer H. A. Bogardus and wife, Chicago, Illinois):

ors, ftsnuneruusundelegant.: hotels, and its detained returned who to tl.eir would Northern else have homes prematurely March fever. In a quiet side, street, just off Sixth carries a sufficient number of life-boats to H. M. Huggins, Rochester, N. Y. ; J. C.
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many other facilities, stands without a rival. Avenue, one of the professional female boxers Slatter, A. A. Pond Minneapolis Minn
and April are the most agreeable months accommodate the entire crew and the enor- ;
will be
But the prosperity of Jacksonville E. C. Hopkins, H. C. Payne. C. D. Nash S.
her science ,
here. The winter is budding into spring, : who used to display at HarryHill's
number of
the develop- mous usually carried,
passengers C.
perpetuated and enlarged by Herbst and wife, Milwaukee, Wis. ; C. S.
of fresh flowers are blooming, new vegetablesare so-called sporting theatre, has openeda should it be for them leave the Hubbard. Gilbert
ment of new places directions necessary to T. Ratferty W. M. Watson j
and variety. Nothing falls coming in, the days are longer, the sun gymnasium for ladies. She is an English- L. M. Morris and "
every brighter, the air softer, the breeze from the vessel: : simultaneously.: Of course sailors are' son, C.C.H118S Y.wife
upon tourists like sameness ; continual Fernandina is surrounded woman of about 35 years, massive in' pro- of and daughter, E. M. O'Neill and wife. Miss '
grateful. always incase
ocean more capable rigging something
change is necessary to their pleasure, and up Colwell, Miss Crawford Mrs A. C. Drane C.
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all sides salt water hard hitter and her
on by being portions, a despite
of but it is
iu some cases to their health. emergency, not comfortingto I. McKee, three children and maid Pittsburgh -
The St. Johns and Ocklawaha rivers afford situated on Amelia hand and Island the, broad which estuaries has the weight, agile as a cat. I believe she was know that at a critical moment one's life h, Pa.; Dr. G. E. Abbot, Miss S. E.

many pleasant excursions and many delightful ocean called on Cumberland one Sound and Amelia born near a colliery 'in '.the North of Eng may have to be trusted to a makeshift.For Abbot, O. B. t'olton'C. D. Yates and wife,

places of remrt-yet after a time is sand this land and learned the "noble art" in Joseph Shoemaker, Tho. Potter, Jr., Miss
this becomes monotonous. To many personsall river on the other. The soil ; manya the last three days we have had the M. A. Wilson, L. G. Reed Miss L.
Gray:
and the salt water air with which it is environed hard battle with the semi-brutal
inland places: grow tiresome, they long malaria and fought most charming spring weather imaginable.The Phila.. Pa.; Jacobs, wife and three chil-

for the seashore. Hence its seaside resortsare effectually heat. Persons prevents from widely roughs that can always be found in the vicinity sparrows, which seem to have been rein- dren, Mrs. R. I. Johnson Westchester Pa.)

an important factor in the future of oppressive separated of mines. Her gymnasium has not forced Cyrus L. Pershi g, Pottsville, Pa.; Geo. M. f
from 4
of the Massachusetts
living by immigration
portions country, now ,
Florida. Observation of the Old World Bri bin and wife Miss Sue. B. Brisbin '
Os-
,
shows that situations on the seashore favor- here, assure me that Fernandina is cool and been open very long, but she already boastsof where they have been outlawed, are abund- ceola, Pa. ; Mr. S. Newmark, Mrs. A. Mayer,

! able for winter residence: are a demand of healthful I during to the the summer charms, of its winter a remunerative ntimber of pupils. Do ant, and nearly every morning I have been Miss lInyerJr.f M. Burt, A. Blackman '

civilization ancient and modern. Solomon climate.can testify There has been no rain for six not suppose that the)ladies who take lessons awakened by their vociferous chirping on and wife, Cleveland (,.; T. S. Cu'in mete,
and the Roman Emperors all had their pal- Marion, 0. C. S. Brice and wife.
from her come from her own walk of life. ; Lima, 0.
weekof ;
weeks day after day and week after the trees in front of window. The
the ; my Mrs. E. Burt
aces on the sea, and in our own day Cardin tun,0.; C. V. B. Barse
great numbers who, during each winter : bright, warm sunshine and balmy and On the contrary, they are nearly all rich and tramps, too, have reappeared from their and wife, R. O. Smith and wife, Mrs. D. 0.

visit Nice, Cannes Naples and Alexandria, the bracing invalid atmosphere and pleasure, have to given the sportsman health to, cultured young women, who, in their idle- winter lurking places, and bask themselveson LeFure. Olean, N. Y.; D. T. Gerow, F. W. -i w

indicate a common want of mankind.The ness, have ruminated upon the conversations Mumby, W. B. Thompson, Samuel Hanson
and made existence a delight. It is a new the benches in the public parks. Theyare ,
winter
conditions of success as a resort A. J. Perry, Miss Hanson
Miss Dow.
on the seashore are. first, that the cli- experience to the wearied traveler.Let of their brothers, husbands, and, perhaps all there, the former German professorwith Jose, Porcher L'Engle. EdwardJ.!: Robinson Mrs.

mate be warm, dry and equable; next, thatit the visitors before now in Florida home. make Let them the fathers, on the prowess of the Slades, blue spectacles: who addresses you in a Mrs. C. A. Scott, C. B. Smith and wife- .

be easily accessible; then that there be a come experiment to this enchanting going climate, to this the Maces, the Sulliyans, the Edwards, and half dozen different languages, the ex-array Jacksonville, Fla. ; H. H. Pettit and wife

good beach with the main ocean breaking South this Nice of America the lesser lights of the prize ring, and then Mrs. Densler and two children, Albany{!
of the
Newport ; officer and the bum
upon it: then again, that there be every facility thoroughbred degraded N. Y.; A. L. Reed, wife and child, James
for boating, sailing, fishing and water let them drive along this beach and sail over being seized with a desire of going and doing who seems not to have been born, but to W. Shea and wife, N. W. Fitzgerald and
excursions, as well as plenty of oysters, fish these waters, and be refreshed by breezes likewise. child, Washington D.
from the ocean let them at the Egmont have grown up on some heap of refuse. C. ; John Frey, W.
! and crabs fresh from the water and finally ; stop V. McCracken c'' "
: ; The most remarkable proof of the extentof Atlanta. Ga. W. J. Welsh
that there be hotel accommodations. Hotel, where they will find the same comforts Soon they will leave town and go on their ; ,
pleasant Franklin Pa. J. F.
and luxuries which they have enjoyed the mania, however, I obtained yesterday usual the ; LeBaron, U. S. Engineer -
.
summer pilgrimages through coun- A. Paul and
; wife. Miss
Belle
Now, does Florida possess such a place of at conclude the best their hotels visit elsewhere to Florida.-T., and thus A.K fitly in morning. Leaving a barber-shop where I try, working when they must, begging when Miss Hattie Paul. So. New Market N.Paul H. :
winter resort as has been thus described? humanized for I tht'proprietor's Virgil Powers and
have been years met but thor- lady, Miss Annie Powers
Jacksonville Times-Union. they can, enjoying themselves ,
If so, it is a jewel of the first water, and Macon Ga. ; Chas. T.Tyner.. Miss
; Chapman
every citizen of the State should feel a just boy, a good. looking, strong oughly. For business people this mild England ; Tilly Haynes Henry: G. Parker., '

pride in it, and a desire to have it widely THERE AND HERE. youngster of ten years, at the door. He had weather is a godsend. The spring trade in Wm. E. French and lady, )lrs. Stephen;

known. If.Florida has one or more such in the Northern States the his books his armand to Ball Boston
Up snow coun- under was going fancy goods, millinery, dressmaking, etc., Mass. ; E. H. Jefferson and
places she enjoys a peculiar treasure, for. try, men get forty or eighty. acres, more or school. I say, Mr'said' he, come has been wretchedly bad thus far. The lady, Crested Butt, Colo. ; G. Phelps. Ga. ;
they are nowhere else to be found on the pro- H. C. Rice, and wife leis ,' ..., ,
| ; 7AlIerr, Worcester" !"t"- '
or less, of land and to work to make a around about half past ten and will see \
Atlantic coast. They are here or they are go you longed cold and wet have made the warmest Mass.; Youmanz and wife, Mrs F. E. Lake

nowhere on toe) eastern shore of the United home on it. In the course of long years of some fun. My father is going to attend a kind of wraps indispensable, and as for Winona, Min. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer,,

States. Unless they can such be winter found in residence Florida hard work, painful economy and often privation meeting, and after he has left and the shopis looking nice, as all ladies like to do, it was Norwich Ct. ; James Whitworth. N. A.

must, persons do as requiring so many have done, cross the they wring from an ungrateful soil, closed, the workmen are going to clear impossible when rain and slush ruined eve- Cherry Benson,Nashville Mrs.: Cheatham, TelR., Miss. o.Acklen Hammnond, Miss i

ocean and seek the shores of the Mediterranean and in defiance of a hostile climate just the place, and I and another boy of my rything except rubber cloaks. The fear now G. W. Jennings, Str. Fred'k.; De Bary L.,

or traverse the continent to Southern enough to make the evening of life under weight are going to have a set-to." I could is, however, that the weather will grow so R.Kellyand wife, RicJlllond.! Ind. W.; E i
California.If the roof-tree of the homestead Livingston, F. & J. R. R. f L.UBatzeIl
so hardlywon not help bursting out into a laugh. This G. ]
the existence hereof winter resorts that warm at once that there will be no time for Fernandina
above mentionedcan comparatively easy and comfortable.This seemed to hurt the boy.U You needn't ; H. G. Brooking and wife, R.
conditions
fulfill all the the shop-keepers to dispose of their stock. P. McDaniel, St. Louis, Mo. Jos. Graham. '
be shown, then we may expect that is the life history of the patiently-in laugh," he remarked. is going to bea It's an ill wind that blows nobody any good, John S. Schley. Savannah,; Ga. ; Samuel f,f

large will and ever augmentingnumbers them. of visitors dustrious and frugal millions of farmers of square fight. I have been in training for for should the warmth maintain itself there. Hopper, Silas D. Gifford, White Plains,
frequent the North. For several months of the N. Y. ; W. H. Fisher, Stm Ship Tallahassee
year three weeks and I'm going to knock the ;
manand ,
increasing
Among her rapidly will be no need of investing in a new eight-I 1\Ir. Acklen, Louisiana J. C. Ford
attractions can Florida exhibit to the worlda snow covers the ground, the stock is kept other fellow out. He thinks he can fight, dollar silk hat. The shapes are excruciat- Bowman, H. Streasland; Madison,, J.Wis.M.

place on the Atlantic coast for combining seaside winter all ;' housed and expensively fed, and the household but I'm going to teach him a thing or two. ing, and calculated to break the hearts of B. H. Stump Baltimore, Md. ; A. M. Ives,;

resort the advantages? required a must be kept warm by constant and Harry (one of the workmen in the shop) modest young men. All that is wanted is So. Ex. Co. ; W. W. Joseph Mrs. T. J.
Kirkwood
She'can. Fernandina is the place. In expensive fires. The year of til th-the growing has been handling me, and he's a pretty that the hatters put huge silver buckles on Mills Madame, Iowa Rensulaer; Edgar,Mills Mrs., Miss A. M.Addie Eas-

specifying Fernandina no slight toward St. year-is little more than six or seven good boxer. He learnt it in England, and the bands, and then we will have a perfect ton, San Fran., Cal. ; A. S. Egent and wife

charms Augustine, and is they intended.are great The and latter recognized.No has its. months ; yet the thrifty farmer always works I'm going in to win. Don't say anything fac simile of the style in vogue in the Incroy- Ogdensburg, N. Y. ; R. T. Goldsmith ana-*

jealousy should be felt by either toward out to success in the end, unless broken up about it. There'are only going to be about able days in the early part of the century. sons wife,, L.wife R., Case three, Peconic children, N.and Y. ; H. C. Par-

the other. There is scope for both, and if I by calamity of some sort. thirty men there to look on, and if it's a Bridge, Va. Mrs. F. B. nurse, Nat'L
Miss
; Hagen, Sallie.
there were more such places: it would be all Let us contrast with the above the situa- good show, say something about it in the STATE NEWS. Smith, St. John N. B.; Miss A. A. Watson, to
the better. But there only these two.
are tion of a young farmer who starts a farm paper" Westchester, N. Y.Ir.; and Mrs. C. H.
will be mutual help.
and
they a Newportand '
Narragansett Pier lie directly oppositeto among the hills and dales of, say, Leon The assurance and quaint oldfashionedness Madison. Moore W. Getman, Miss and C. L.wife Wild, Boston, Mass. ; T. w
Troy N. Y.
each other and they confer reciprocal county, Florida. The mild climate makes ; W. B.
of the boy was simply amazing. Think- Madison has organized a stock company. Caldwell, Mrs. Norton, Miss Caldwell, Lou-
benefits. So will it be with Fernandina
the erection of a dwelling much cheaper ing life too short to waste an hour in look- for building $15,000 hotel.-We have been I isville Ky.; Joseph B. Richardson and wife,
St. Augustine, although more widely separated II
than if he had to provide shelter againstthe I Trenton, N. J. ; Schuyler Bradley and wifa
ing at two boys hammering away at each informed that who
reliably Captain Inglis, I
cold for it Syracuse, N. Y. : Mr. and Mrs. S. D. M..
deadly be comfortableand
But Fernandina has some features pecu- may other in an alleged scientitic manner," I North several
went weeks ago, has pur- Sweat Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Crocker Portland
less ,
liar to itself. It is the only of Florida yet expensive than the house that ,
seaport did not attend what the boy called his chased his Me. ; P. Ferrz and wife New Haven Ct.
on the! Atlantic. If Florida shall ever the Northern farmer has to build to protect for company a mammoth cotton ;
have a great maritime city on this coast, Fer his cattle during the winter. The mellow '*' show.. This evening, hoWever, I met his seed oil mill, and on his return home in a III.Mrs. L. P. Hoyt. Mrs. Willis Hoyt, Aurora,

nandina must be the place. It has a safe soil is easily tilled, and upon it some crops father. He seemed very much put out. few days will at once commence the erection Payne; Mrs.and wife.S. B.A.Alford 0. Indiana ; B. W. t
Payne
channel are growing day in the either Corning, N.Y.;
the is uninterrupted every
and harbor year
spacious on the bar,; and is now in processof field or vegetable. The orchard'mav com "Anything wrong?" I asked. "Oh, nothing of the buildings for the mill. The grist Mrs. J. H. Champion. Owapa, :Mich.; C. W.

deepening under the jetty system prise a number of kinds of fruit and much," he said, but those villainous mill building is to be enlarged, and the Ga.Morse, Bath, Me. ; Sol. Dreyfus, Atlanta,
,
Fernandina is in the northeastern cornerof with as little care as they require, abundant youngsters give us a heap of trouble. Whatdo press will be placed in it. The mill will be

the State, and therefore lies nearest to all grapes be produced.food diminishes During most of the you think, that young rascal of mine completed, ready for work, by the time the List of Letters ,
the cost of feeding
the eastern portions of the United States. It year green -
is the natural port of entry for those who and secures the healthfulness of horses, had a regular prize fight in my shop last cotton ginning season commences.and cotton Remaining in the Post-Office Fernandina -

come from New York, New England and mules and other farm stock. In midwinter night. He says he knocked the other boy will be ginned and oil will be made all at Nassau county,Florida, March 24, 1883.

the Middle States. Lines of steamers ply the seed is put in the soil that will produce out, but I would like to see the beaten boy. the same time. Besides these, the Madison Persons calling for these letters must

between Fernandina and New York ; others vegetables their for Northern consumers, He must be a subject for the coroner. My County Ginning Company will erect their advertised: sal
while
connect at Savannah with the New York ground is yet frozen. These give
steamers to that port. place to field' crops, and so through the ,conqueror has both his eyes blackened, his bank building and enlarge the gin-house Bradley Janie C. Jackson, Richard '

With its increasing railway connectionsand whole course\ of the "circling year" the face is bruised, and he is now sick in bed during the summer. We must not omit to Baxley, J. M. Jones, Mary I \

accession of capital, the outlook for farmer can call on the willing soil to yield When I came home last night and they told mention that the old wooden gin.housewest"'Of Cook, ll r. Long FrankDougherty
Fernandina centre is something to add to his means, or the comforts -
business highly Wm. L.
as a of life in his home perennial me what had happened, I got a strap, and, the works has been torn down and Loran, Rachel i
encoura ;ing. This will bring improved facilities among Denny, Eliza Michel, JaneMeservey
for travel, and render Fernandina verdure beneath a genial sk\:'. taking the bed clothes off of him, I whaled. an attractive little park has been laid out Fogg, Will mot Joseph W.

more accessible from the northwest and There is no avoiding the conclusion thatif him soundly to rouse his spirits and restore and enclosed directly in front of the gris Farmer H. A. Merrill, Samuel E. lit

from all portions of the country. the farmer ind of' Leon practice less than the the circulation of his blood. He is sick mill. Banana, cedar and oak trees have Gould, J. E. Morrison, Lucy
thrift and i of the farmer
The possession of a large seaport city is a istry Sagada- Gieger, Fannie Miller Prescilla
most desirable thing for Florida. Here is hoc. he can, in a decade, attain more com- now. been set out on it, and a fountain will be Gunn, F. W. Bancoast. K.

the opportunity. fortable results than the latter does in a Is it not high time that some steps betaken placed in the center. The work of improv- Hughes, Geo. H. Roding, Julia I

The next remarkable feature of Florida is generation Further, he lives easier and attains to stem the spread of tlmisnania, when ; ing the roads leading from the depot to the Higgins, Mary Richard Proff. !
its beach. There is nothing tobe age without his ideas being crampedand Howell H. J.
magnificent Stewart
W. T.
boys like these, who belong to respectable mills steadily on.-Owing to the increased ,
his "soul sorrowed by the long monotony goes
compared with it on the entire Atlantic Hamilton, J. M. Simmons, A. J.
coast, it is a superb boulevard 20 miles in I of a life-time of grinding toil and parents, imitate the brutes of the prize ring freight business to and from Madison Sawyer, Josephine 2 Schiler, Miss R

length, and three hundred feet in width at parsimonious fru ality. It is easily under- and aspire to be Sullivans? the Florida Central & Western Railroad Johnson, Rosy Valls A. B. .

low tide, perfectly I smooth and firm, and stood why ma11Sout.hern farmers are not Salmi Jacobs, Julius Young. R. F.
Morse is unterrified. He was discharged Company-has contracted to have the depot .
should be. Few o
free from dirt mud or as thrifty as they men Jackson '
quicksands, any Plenty Young, Maggie
other obstacle to the pleasure of driving or work hard unless they are obliged to, and on the complaint that he had givena building extended about twenty feet west, .

, walking on it. Nature, with lavish hand, as most Southern farmers do well enough public performance without having secured and to have the platform entirely covered. HELD FOR POSTAGE: i

ha given here what New York and Chicagoare without very hard work,"they naturally fE>tthat" a license. Now he says he will produce This will be very gratifying to our merchants Henry Irvin, New York. i
enough alone instead of goingat SAM'L T. P. M.
RIDDELL
millions to
expending in vain procure. "
his''service in his with- and shippers.Recorder.A .
"church"
It is to enjoy in mid-winter or the task of attaining a competence, or l
in the early impossible{ spring anywhere on the globe amore competent surroundings of business, with out a license. He declares it an outrage Valuable Orange Lands for Salt

delightful drive than along this beach, all Floridian.A their. might-and resting afterwards. that he should be compelled to obtain a Rare Chance for a Bearing Grove. Tracts containing twenty acres each of I

with the broad, open Atlantic spread out in license when Dr. Talmage,' Brother Barnes, For Sale-An Orange Grove 3 miles from choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake
all its swelling majesty, while the ear is Sanford U miles from South Florida R. R. suitable for i
PRAISEWORTHY EXAMPLE. and other sensationalists are free to do as ; orange growing and truck farm-
saluted with the' deep, interminable roar I 500 budded trees 8 to 10 years old ; choicest ing, are now offered for sale. These lands
and the white caps are dancing in the dis- WASHINGTON, March 15.ExRepresentative they please. But don't you see, he exclaimed -. imported fruit; 7 acres grove, 2 acres garden are very conveniently situated for transpor-

tance, and the tumultuous billows are roll- R. P. Flower, of New York, has returned excitedly, in a manner which was I 9 acres land muck of best quality, fine tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on t

in? in as far as the" eye' can reach on either to the Treasury the sum of $458.50, intended to be humorous, however, how house, stable, carriage house, packinghouse, terms to suit purchasers. TiUesare.U :
hand, and the surf breaks in foam and rippleat being the amount overpaid him on accountof ques
costing $2,200. Title perfect. Price, $5,000. tionable. Also valuable timber lands fti
heaven visits
the feet, and the softbreeze fans the cheek salary and mileage as a member of the those who have persecuted me? Address B. CHEW. I large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS
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NOT THAT WAY. authorities find of them. The magistrates i looked on me with evident suspicion.:: I the group around my pack. I showed her look at his gun he turned and fled. He
believed that many of the people could! i vevalnable' leaned against the counter and asked what some articles:, and put a very gaudy-looking a very Hercules in figure and strength.was I I
t Do yon know that you have asked: for the information. No information was the distance to the town.. jacket into her hands. 1 got her to remove do nut think there was a point on which I
;4 costliest thing however, was given, and the soldiers and About seven miles," she: said.I her shawl and try on the jacket I uow felt was physically his match, except fleetnessof
Ever made by the Hand above police went searching after these two men gave A weary, sigh; and !inquired if she that I had Kain tl' a most important point. foot and to this he trusted. It he
A woman's heart and a woman's life. and all their searches were fruitless. ,After could let me have something to eat and Whether she brought anything to the inn I clutched me he could strangle me, but running .
And a woman's wo 1dl"rCullove? a time a change seemed to come over the drink. After some 1 hesitation I was told could not say, the shawl being a. loose and away as he was, he would find it ditfi.
tactics of those who guided our movements ; that I could be supplied) and then with another ample garment, and capable of concealing a cult to escape riie. He commenced his
; Do you know that you have asked for this and the first intimation we had of it was the weary sigh.I sank on a wooden bench. parcel. But that she: was taking nothing at great speed I, and, when he had run
r priceless tiling discontinuance, in a great measure, of the I had come limping in, and now that, was: away Iliad sufficient evidence. My conclusion about a mile was evidently alarmed to gone find
* M a child might have asked for a toy- patrolling and searching. Our efforts in the seated I commeniyd to undo the fasteningsof was that something was required for that I was gaining on him gradually. He
I f + Demanding what others have died to win open pursuit were completely relaxed andit the clumsy and dusty boots I wore explaining the criminals, and the widow was either to put on more speed ; but when he looked
t With the reckless: dash of a boy ? appeared as if all hope of making a cap- thatI feared I had injured my supply it herself, or to have it supplied by again there I was, pistol in hand and still
ture \had been given up During these few ankle as I came along., I did not'appear to some one else. She was thenceforward to holding him within a short distance. He
q You have written my 1 lesson of duty onto days of quietness, however, people behind take the slightest notice of anything going be the object of my undivided attention. now relaxed his speed, allowing me to
o '* Manlike you have questioned me ; the .scenes knew that there were constant on around, and waited patiently, wearily, The visit of the police had removed all closer to him, and suddenly wheeling get
Now stand at the bar of my woman's soul and anxious meetings of those responsiblefor while my refreshment was being got read,).. trace of suspicion from me. the first advantage IIP fell on one knee and leveled his round
7 Until I have questioned tlJ e. out the law in the district. The widow could endure silt.'nceurul gun atm
carrying nut of which I soon felt. The widow announced <>. I raised my pistol, but before I could
Police officers, magistrates, and some of the indifference, and. as after' occurrences that she was going to town the fol- fire down came his hammer on the
You require your dinner should always beYour local gentry were evidently trying to devise proved, she was one of those who then took lowing day. I felt so much improved thatI The cap flashed, but no shot came. Spring-nipple.
I hot, some effective means of bringing the men a lively interest in all arrivals and depar- determined on going also, leaving some of lug to his feet, he flung the gun from him
socks and shirts should be
t your wanted to justice. We awaited with some tures from that particular district. Having my things behind to give an excuse for re- with an oath. Away he went again and
whole ; curiosity the result of their deliberations. It thrown out a few preliminary feelers she turning if necessary ; and accordingly we being relieved from the weight of the,
.it. I require your heart to be true as God'sstars came to me in rather a surprising manner.I asked: me where I came from, where I was set out next morning together. It struck me and nel veil probably by: the fact that he gun was
t I was' one day summoned: to the office and going; what was my nanu had I ever been as strange on leaving the inn that althoughthe running fur dear life, I soon found that
,,1 :> And pure as heaven your soul. my inspector informed me that I had been round there before did I know anyone whole country was in a ferment about was slipping away from me. Was all he

1.; ," J >F! ,. You require a cook for mutton and specially selected for the management of there, and so on. I must confess that myreplies the murder and the runaways allusion exertions to go for naught? Now that my,I I
d.I ",, I your this case, He told me that I was selected were remarkable, at least for inge- had I heard made to the subject. I wondered had my hand on his shoulder he
itO; .' \,If beef, because of two instances in which I had attracted nuit\'. I had traveled a long distance, I told if the woman would refer to the mat- 1.,1. .;,"" Il-", .. ...l.*.J.._ was _to al- I
l. .. I. I far better 'tineme luxe a oijauuw I i threw off
require a thing .
I A ; for attention by following up slight her,and, I feared, overexerted myself, being ter as we went along; but we got to our coat and vest as I ran, undid mtie and HIV f
ps f.t seamstress and shirts you're wanting stockings clews, and completing difficult cases out of anxious to reach town that night. I said journey's end without mention being madeof parted with that also and the feeling of
t. very poor materials. Another reason for that I belonged to the county Kerry which i anything connected with it.. I could coolness and freedom that followed '
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n... ": ,. a man a king i selecting me was that I was not known was true, and! that I .was making my way only ascertain that she did not intend to me almost as fresh as when I started. It
: .'f+ A king for the beautiful realm called home, being a stranger in the place. Any assistance home, trucking along as I went taking some make any delay-merely to purchase a few was now a question of running between us.
1, a ;::, ; And a man that the Maker God I wanted I was to get, and beyond the little money to help my mother widow, articles and to see a friend. We parted andI Each bent with dogged determination to do
t: I.'I. : Shall look upon as did the first, intimation that I was to proceed merely a. pay the September rent. The end of it was just left my pack at a lodging-house and his work. Do what I could,I felt that I was
: ', And It is good." detective all arrangements were left to my hat; my distressed-looking condition, andmy feeling confident in the completeness of my not able to lessen the distance between us
.. ., ):W': say very own judgment. I do not exaggerate whenI anxiety to get to the town, induced the disguise from the townspeople, I sallied by an inch. Suddenly he bent from his
/i, am fair and young but the rose will fade say that I was almost stunned at this unexpected landlady, much to my relief, to suggest that forth determined not to let her out of my course to the right. There was a fence before -
'. t; From my soft young cheek some day I and extraordinary mark of con she could accommodate me for the night. sight. She went first to a grocer's shop ; I him about four feet in height. Over it
'y'r, : ; Will yon love me then 'mid the falling i fidence. I simply said that I hoped I should After some reflection and hesitation: I said waited until she came out; she then stood he went at a bound. What was his object
i _,.!J leaves : prove myself worthy of it. I[ would remain, giving special directions I for a short time, looked around and turned now? It lay there before me. at the end of
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" :, ;: As you did 'mid the bloom of May? I went to an unfrequented part of the that I'should' be called early next morning into a shop quite near in which second-hand the next field. It was a house well-sur
,, I building and sat down to study in solitude for the road. When morning came I said i clothes were kept for sale. I now began to rounded by trees and hedgerow. He must
'f Is your heart an ocean so strong and deep all the bearings of the situation. I had never the flesh around one of mv ankles was so feel the ground getting very firm under my certainly mean to throw me off his track. I
..r +j I may launch my all on its tide ? seen either of the men ; but from descriptions much swollen that I coulcl'8carc lv endure feet. Everything confirmed me in the be- strained every nerve to close with him, but
f fy': ., A loving woman finds heaven or hell I had heard and read, I had no doubtI the pain! caused by placing the font; on the lief that she was acting in concert with the he held his own and clearing a wall beforeus
.pt. On the day she is made a bride. could easily recognize them. It was almost ground. I could not move that day. people in the house on the hillside. I felt disappeared from my sight. I rushed
"t""Lt-. certain that they were within a known area As customers began to come in I was an i as if my hands were already on the collars up. cleared the wall and found myself to
: C require all things that are good and true, of country ; the scene of my operations was, object of curiosity. I, was eyed with suspicion :: of the murderers ; but I also felt that a mistake the shoulder in a field of wheat. There was
"'t All things that man should be ; therefore determined. I should gap where and there were frequent whispered however slight might make all my no trace of him. I looked on all sides and
j : If yon will give this all, I would stake my they were likely to be found. This part of conference, which clearly were held in my discoveries valueless. I lay quietly in wait listened, but I could hear nothing save my
.;:Y, life the business was not by any means pleasant interest. I took no notice of anything, until she came out with a parcel in her own rapid breathing. There was a fence to
To be all you demand of me. the duty being'dangerous'even to the absolute merely limping about on my stick, lounging hand. Whatever she had was tied up in a my right and I got on the top of it. At the
/ risking of life. However I was in for ip. the shop, and enjoying an occasional red handkerchief; but what it was I could other side was:: a garden about half an acre
"i ;.,1' If you cannot do this-a laundress and cook it, and should go on. I had no hope of glass of beer. :My pack was also observed not tell. I allowed her to move on for some in extent.
; You can hire with little to pay ; getting information from the country very closely, and when the widow had made distance and then came suddenly up to her, How I longed for the speedy arrival of my
," .." ,, But a woman's heart and a wCll1an'slie people whose sympathies and prejudices in some inquiries as to its contents and my telling her that I had been looking for her men After all my exertion I was now reduced -
,'I.;t, Are not to be won that wav.Afn.. cases of this kind, led them to look upon general mode of procedure, she hinted that all over the town. I told her how unfortunate almost to impotence-the only thing
:. ', I Browning.lift these men rather in the light of soldiers of she would like to have a look at the treas I was in havi'ig forgotten my things, left for me to do being to watch, so that this
", the war which rages here, frum generationto ures'contained within. I took off the straps and that I did not know exactly what to man could not leave any place within my
r RUNNING FOR LIFE. generation, between the owners and oc- and displayed the articles, explaining that I du. I was anxious to dispose of all my lit- view without my seeing him.
cupiers of land. In their eyes, the two men would dispose of every-thing at cost price, as tle property, and now most of it was lyingat There was a woman gathering vegetablesin
& One August evening. same years ago I were simply champions of the tenants' side I was anxious to have all sold before I her ouse. Could she send it to me? No the garden. She worked as if nothing
*' ;y';. found myself in the town of Clonmel, in the of the question: and, if they were not to be reached home. The old woman bought a there would be no person coming in, and had' attracted her attention. She moved
....:' south oflreland, on ray way to visit some actively supported and protected, most certainly few things, which I let her have cheap, but while we were talking I saw a piece of cor- about quietly plucking away, with her '
;;. friends. At the time I write of no railway no assistance should be. given to those not too cheap. And then a few women, duroy peeping out of the bundle. My reso- head bent as she approached the spot whereI
#... had penetrated the district through which who were trying to hunt them down. Therefore who had been present while she was nego- lution was at once taken. I was right in my stood. I was startled to hear her $ain a
y :.'. [ should travel ; the conveyance was one of I at once discarded any notion of help tiating her purchases commenced an examination surprise, and I would now stake all on hissing voice but with every syllable clearlycut
: ': Bianconi's cars. The particular machine in from the people. I should trust to my own on their own account. They sharp and instant action. Women do not usually :
:," use this evening was made to accommodate skill and I determined to commence at were allured by the bargains I was selling wear corduroys and what she carried in Don't look at me, but attend well to
I eight passengers-four on each side-and the once and bring the question of success or and invested a few shillings with me. While the bundle was intended for one or both of what I say. lIe is under the stand supporting -
,r : driver and, as the travelers were generally a failure to a speedy issue. I laid my plans. this was going on I was startled to find the murderers. I left her. saying that if I the bee-hives at the other end of the
'f':, a miscellaneous collection, it required some and the night after I got my commission, I standing by my side a young girl whom I could not go myself, would send for whatI garden."
\' 1 i ', care to secure a suitable place for the jour- was in the heart of the country where the had teen frequently with the aid of my had forgotten. And then I took action, Had an angel come and spoken I could
- f" >, ney. I looked around at my fellow-travelers murderers were believed to be concealed.I glass at the house on the! hillside-the house the result of which you will presently see. not be more astonished. The thought of
i:-, and decided to get, if possible, next to one ,. found myself in the house of a retired in which lived one of the men on whose It was Saturday, and that night, in the asking aid from this woman had not enteredmy
' .. who had already taken his seat. He was a police constable, who farmed a small plotof trail I was. I could scarcely conceal my ex darkness with four others, I moved out mind. After speaking she continued
," 'f., ';. I man advanced in years, but well preserved, ground, and drew a pension from the citement. I thought those around could from the house of the ex-constable. We moving about and away picking up here
t t : with clearly-cut features and a sharp, searching government. He was much respected by hear my heart beating. Was I in luck ? went slowly through the fields avoiding all and there such things; as best suited her.
....r- :, expression in I his eyes. I sat by his side, his neighbors, but his intercourse with them Was some clew about being placed in my roads and pathways. My object was to remain Presently my men came up bringing their
: ', 'il: and as we moved into the country we exchanged was not of a very intimate character. His hands by which I could help justice to vin- with my men posted round the house prisoner in triumph ; but they were some-
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fth.: some commonplaces about the house stood some miles from us in that dicate herself? Like a flash there passed all night in such a way as to leave the inmates what disappointed when I told them they
weather, the crops and the state of affairs direction just there in front (said my companion between the widow and the girl a look of a free from all apprehension. My' four had drawn a blank. He turned out to be a
,t i ilia!: generally. After a little while he lapsed intoiL:1' pointing( to the country.) This most meaning character. It came and went companions got to their places in the furze laboring man on a poaching expedition.One .
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>f : ; : silence, and. then, suddenly turning to me, house.was in a valley, but up from it,on the with 1ightnin -like rapidity; but I caught it. and heather on the hill above, and I concealed of my men I posted where I stood,
"j he said: D.J .you know the country around side of what I may almost call a mountain There was a common understanding here, myself in some cover in a line with with instructions to watch closely around.
r : \1+ here sir?" stood another house, in which I felt a deep and the murderers were at the end of it. one of the gables. From my position I couldsee The others I took with me into the garden,
i .a :: I cannot say that I know the country int.erest-it was the residence of one of the Such was my conclusion.I through a window into a large room. I having regulated search so that the
:,i ., l' ;. very well," I replied. I have frequently men for whom I was looking. In layingmy had left a letter with my friend the ex- could see the reflection of lights from other hives should be in my own line.I .
'1 L j,I' traveled along this road. Do you plans I decided to make this house the constable to be delivered. to my officer in parts of the house, and occasionally one of passed down at a little distance from
, / i' 1 I. "' live in this locality'" I asked. centre and starting-point of all my observa- case I succeeded in getting a footing; at the the female inmates would come into view them and a glance showed me that the woman -
',:" '" : ', 14 No,"' he answered, but there is not an tions. I knew that the criminals were comparatively inn. It contained a few suggestions, and with a lighted candle in her hand. I shall spoke the truth. I would capture
. :. .. :, "IIf: ; inch of it I do not know. There was a time poor; that their sympathizerscould just while these transactions were going for- never forget the wasting anxiety I suffered him-and single-handed-at all risks. His
, ', .' 'n;..: when every place for miles around was not be wealthy and that, for these ward, one of them was carried out, and had during the first hours of my watch. Every head was toward me as I passed down ; returning -
' i" 11f.; familiar to me. So well did I know it that and many other reasons, it was more than a marvelous effect in establishing me in the more sent the blood rushing through my his feet were toward me ; and witha
" i I, there was scarcely a stone in the district the likely that communication should pass be- good graces of the widow and her friends. veins. The rustling of a leaf the sighing of plunge: I sent stand beehives and bees
..' :. ", I" position of which I could not accurately describe. tween the men "on the run" and thei!; Four armed policemen suddenly entered the the night air through the bushes, but aboveall crashing, tumbling and buzzing all around
," .tiM > t I, ,,,' ." people at home. The hill on which the shop. After looking carefully at me two of any noise: from thedirection of the houseset and seized him by the throat. We tugged
: ; I was beginning: to ask myself what was house rested sloped down gently to the them jumped back to the door, and the lilY heart thumping and made me strain and strained for the mastery the bees
i1, 1// the occupation which called t for such knowledge !- valley. It was cultivated about half way to other two seized me. There was great com- my eyes in the painful attempt to penetratefar swarming about, and, with the utm st im-
, ;, :::1 :' : of men and things, when my companion the top, and from the point at which the motion. I struggled to free myself: when I into the darkness. As time went on the partiality and fury stinging us all over. I
'1. continued : cultivation ceased to the summit it was found that useless I demanded why they feeling of intense excitement wore away called to him to surrender and leveled my
{j 4 .';" ".1 W.H a principal. actor in scenes herewhich clothed with heather and furze. The house should treat me so. and I became calm. I settled down steadilyto pistol at him. With the strength of a giant
; .,, :, made the name of the town we have was built just where the cultivation ceased, "That will do, mv good fellow." said the my watch and began to let thoughts of he wrenched it from me, and flung himselfover
':.t'f f' just left familiar wherever a newspaper and stood out boldly and plainly, to be man in charge. You're doing it very well my occupation pass through my mind. me. My hands were free, and before
:. i7;, could penetrate or a postman reach Have seen from the valley below. During the indeed. Handcuff him," said he, nodding With deadly determination I was people : he could avail himself fully of the advantage -
,i .t ::1,: 't t you anv idea of the circumstances to which day after my arrival I remained within to the man who held me. would say stretched there, like a snake in he had gained I hit him from the
\,,.' ,1' 'f'l I refer?" doors, watching through a powerful glass I "No you won't handcuff me!" I cried the JtraS8.Yaitin until my victim passedto shoulder straight on the throat. His grasp
'; l..}.::1, Not the remotest I answered. had brought with me the house on the hill- again commencing to strugJtle.to I did spring upon him and drag him to de relaxed. We closed again, and in the tussel
"t ti ;; .,' Well, as it may: help to pass: away the side, noting its peculiarities, above all, nothing to hurt any one, and you must tell struction. The picture was not a flatteringone the pistol went off the bullet hitting me on
: r:11: Ji ime, if you have no objection lean tell your making myself as familiar as circumstances me what you are going to handcuff me for ; but it did not come home to me as the lobe of the ear. The whole force now
:. f.i of occurrences in this place which startled would permit with the appearance of each before you do it." correctly representing my position. True, rushed up, and my prisoner was made
I ,' : p t i! : the kingdom, and ended+ in a scene of horror, of its inmates My host, the ex-constable Well.then, if you want to know" said there are other pursuits in life of a more harmless by the effective application of a
.: :,,'", M' It as far as I know, unparalleled in this coun- gave me very considerable assistance in my the policeman, while the handcuffs were elevating character than the pursuit of mur- pair of handcuffs. Before the people in the
< ('I ", 'r" t t try." work as he knew all the people and was being got'ready, "it is for firing at Colonel derers... I was, however_ placed_ _in this position locality left their homes for mass on that
:' ':' I said he was very kind, and that I had no able to supply me with many useful details. Blackthorn up near Nenogh last week." In life, and now that i T was engaged in u Sunday morning. I had him safelv locked
'y. ,h'! doubt I should listen to him with great inI Having concluded this part of my pro- Nonsense "man 1" I rejoined, "I was performing one of the most awful duties within the walls'f the county jail.
J i I:' ; terest. gramme I now proceeded to make my second never near Nenagh. I tell you you are that could at any time fall to mv lot. I felt How can I thank you for such an entertaining -
; j; r' "Well, then," he said "to commence, I mayas move. making a(mistake ; and you silOuld'be very only that I was rendering valuable servicesto narrative?" I said. "You deserved -
.; t,. I'; well say that I was at one time a police This consisted in launching myself among cautious before arresting any decent man on the great social body of which I believed all the success you had. But that
_ J r A I I constable, an 1 that I am a pensioner from tile people. If, in getting among them, I such a charge." myself a useful and important member. I gun of his; why if that had not missed fire
'", I !(' i 1 that force. During my boyhood my father aroused their suspicions, of course I mightas He began to hesitate, and then asked his was following to the root in this great social his capture might have been left for some
5 t r: : ; was in easy circumstances: and gave me a well have gone away at once-that is, if subordinates if any of them had a copy of body great social disease, just as a surgeon one else to effect."
,I't,.:. lair education but misfortune overtook us, they would let me. All depended on being the Hue and Cry. A copy was produced, tracks disease in the human frame, and, Oh. I am glad you mentioned that," he
: '. "I'! f1 r '1 and at his death want. of money forced me allowed a day or two in the place free to and takingitin his hand he began to read out when he finds it, cuts it out. if necessary to said. "I was certainly fortunate there.
. : ,{ i Ui. to give up any idea I may have had of an look around and absolutely unsuspected of each item, and to study my appearance very prevent the further irritation and destructionof When the gun was examined it was found
,.,: 'I :: ambitious career. A short time after joining any connection with the governing powers. closely as he went along. the surrounding parts. With thoughtslike that in his haste and fright he had put in
: tt'j 1, the police, having; made some little This was mv only chance of succeeding. I Brown eyes light hair, reddish whis- these the darkness passed away and the the shot before the powder. The shot was
: t.: l i reputation as a detective, I was sent to this must say I was somewhat doubtful of my kers, rather stout, about five feet six inches.' first streaks of an August morning were very large, and had the gun been properly
, t, .' district, which was then in a state of great ability to compass this much ; but when I Ah 1" he ejaculated ; and then, in a stage just succeeded bv a light sufficient to make loaded a pellet or two under my vest would
. "" gook' I disturbance. I was here but a short time told my host how I intended to proceed he whisper to his man, he said : "I think we objects at some distance clear when what? have reduced my chances greatly."
; ',, n./ when the authorities received tidings of a was very sanguine of my success. I had have made a mistake. A shout and a scream from the hillside During this time," I inquired. what was
t x '. :' l.", terrible murder. There is no necessity for provided myself with a suit of hal& yorn He put me through a very close examina- A trampling and a scramble through the being done about the second brother _
: .. 1 \ going into the details, but the real cause of clothes such as a man peddling small wares tion as to my movements and intentions. heather and furze Fire 1" Shoot him 1"' "Nothing, except that a close watch was
t i" the great excitement and alarm produced by through the country would have together and wound up by telling me that the soonerI No. no; head him I1* "Take him alive !" kept on all the outlets from the district. I
;' t4. J $; i it was that the deed was done with scarcely) with a peddler's pack;and the articles which took myself out of that locality the better. Such were the shouts that reached me as I was allowed to operate without let or hin
t' :. .ft< any attempt at concealment. The perpetrators -, make up the stock in trade of such a char- There were enough; of suspicious characters started to my feet and looked up. :My four drance. It was by me also the second man
i; < t a .", :H' of the crime were known, but not acter. Now I have no doubt if I had come around there without having me added to comrades were closing round a man who was captured, though the information by
f + 'If II arrested They were two brothers named into this district and moved about trying to the number. To which I replied that I was was trying to fly from them up the hill. A which he was tracked down came through
: ,} 1:;. (.! Condon, anl the crime-as nearly all these sell cheap mirrors combs and hair brushes, never called a suspicious character before, glance showed me that he was not one of another constable."
I' t't.. .'',! murders have-had its origin in an agrarian hair oil and handkerchiefs to the country and that I would remain there as long as I the murderers. I looked to the house, and Perhaps you will kindly continue the
t i i dispute. people I should have some difficulty in pleased, as my occupation was honest and in the yard stood a woman in great excite- account of these remarkable occurrences.
,\ ", i ( As I have said, the murderers were known. taking not merely my pack but my skin, lawful ; and wound up by saying that I de- ment, watching what was going forward on Passing as we are over the ground on which
- I\.rn j 1 They were men of most powerful frames, safely out of the place. I accordingly de- fied him or any man in the same jacket to the hill. Suddenly a man, carrying a gun, they happe-ied. they have for me now an
J: M .t.t i. and believed to be very daring characters. cided not to arrive there for the purpose of prove anything wrong against me. Warm rushed to her side. A tremor shot throughme i almost fascinating interest.
", .t--: ,: When full particulars reached the town heI' selling my stock, but simply as one passing language was used on both sides, and the searching out every fibre of my flesh. ,. Well," resumed my companion, *'I shall
'"- I'It usual energy was shown by the authorities. through and accidentally detained. We party went away, leaving me firmlv fixed My sight spread my knees trembled underme continue, though I must mention things
I'1 ;f Police and military were placed under shall pass near the house where I made my in the esteem of those around me. Withoutany and then, with a violent effort, I braced which even at this distance of time con-
1. P.t requisition ; the country was mapped off for second experiment. I have been told it attempt at concealment the widow and myself together. There before me was the tinue to cause me intense pain. During the
w': t:: search. and such arrangements made as stands still. It was a public house, at that the girl went together into a little sanctumof elder of the men I sought. Our eyes met. week after the arrest of the elder Condon,
f I Should in a short time secure the capture of time kept by a widow, and capable of accommodating the shop. What would I not have given He started as if stung by an adder, and, some information, received through another
l4 1 I the accused men. For some days and nights a few lodgers. then for the privilege of hearing their con- with the utmost rapidity, proceeded to load constable, was placed in my hands, with directions -
'11 ,: the whole country was in a state of ex- Disguised as a peddler with my pack on versation. That it had reference to my business his gun. He must have rushed from the that I should use it in the endeavorto
pectancy and turmoil. People were knocked my back and a stout black thorn stick in I did not doubt. But in what way ? I house in great haste being dressed merelyin secure the younger brother.
f out of their beds more than once in a night, my hand, I quickly moved away in the dusk could not go further then surrounded as I trousers and shirt carrying the gun in "On Monday morning week after the
.t.. h and their houses examined from floor tort of the second evening from my refuge. Be- was by my customers and appearing to be one hand and in the other what I afterward first arrest, just before the dawn. I might be
"' roof in search: for the men said to be mur- fore leaving I gave myself the appearance of completely occupied! in selling my stock, found to be a shot-gun and powder-flask. I seen with my four assistants, surveying a
\ 'f", derers. Police and soldiers were to be found being travel-stained and fatigued, and having the only thing I could do was to observe glanced at the hill, and there were my four field of wheat ripe for the sickle. The cut-
\i'b [ everywhere, and yet, though: there was no' made a circuit,.! dropped down on the closely every act and every word of the two assistants still in pursuit of the wrong man. ting down of the corn had commenced on
:' 10l t'4. question as to the identity of the parties public house just as the inmates were parties in whom I now felt so strong an interest Then, with a cry to the murderer to surrender the Saturday evening previous. A long,
'; .. .t1 sought, or no doubt as to the fact of their settling to rest from the labors of the day. : When the conference ended they I rushed at !him. When I came within straight strip, from fence to fence, had been
'.;*. J.:'i ,fit rf being in the locality, no trace could the My reception was very'cold.' The widow both returned to the shop. the girl joining about one hundred yards of him, with a cut down, and I calculated that eight men


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were engage*! in cutting this much. Our a worn-out animal when bereft of vitalityand bear. The material prosperity of the South Groceries. Provisions, Ship Chandlery, etc. : .

information was that young Condon was I usefulness it ought to lie down and die. :..I never could have been promoted if Republican I'I'I
engaged in this work. I assigned 1 each of As a matter of fact, it has to-day as large a rule had continued there. During the

lily men''his station, and, having measured I field of usefulness as it had in the. days ofFefferson short time that it prevailed nearly even, H. JE. DOTTEHEJElINVITES ,' >
off the space when the last! of the eight Madison or Jackson. We have Sta'e was crushed beneath the loads:: of debt
reapers should fall in, I laid myself down in drifted away from the old landmarks of the and taxation which resulted from it. No
a furrow, some eight yards further into the Constitution. The vast accumulations of one can blame the men of intelligence amipr .
field. wealth increased population, the immense ",pertv: for the eff-rr/.they! ; have: watl: to ,ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND, VARIED ASSORTMENT OFt :_ r

Very soon after dayhreak we could hearthemipersroiningVlong corporate power, the changes in our financial save their property frotirc/Hifiseation to the t I .
wlistlingsinging system have given to the Government I State government. Time1Deuiucrats of the '* *| I .
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and 'okfng.Vith their hooks over their IIf the Union a tendency towards centralizatiOn South were 'solid,' not because they were I -+; --==- *-

shoo tiers they entered<<{ the field. I sow: 'amt usurpation of authority which I disloyal, but. beau evenlocal. interest, i: '
PINE
{ FAMILY
there weiv only seven of tht'1I1.Vithuut lever existed before. If there i is any wis-- which can apoeal( to the best interests of ; GROCERIES
delay they commenced. { to work, one fallingin dorm or virtue in our plainly written organic men demanded that they'should be so. After : ;r
after the other, until the seventh 'man law which with unusual clearne-: the experience of 1 1'l,1 Republican rule *

was in his place: ; then the leader stopped: prescribes the powers of the Government, its we have had in the South, we cannot. be expected -
and they all stood! up. Ju>t at this:: critical in confining the representatives: of the to submit to it again exceptas: a pun
EMBRACING: NEA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE ALSO IN THAT OF .
'moment a scraggy-looking cur dug they had States and the people at Washington: to the ishment for crimes of- which we shall be ,t;,..
with them came sniffling and smelling simple exercise of authority winch the peo- duly convicted.

around me. I'was ,in an agony lest the pie conferred upon them by the great power At the close of Senator Jones' speech, FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY w,, ,
beast should h Irk ; hut I lay MI still that he :uf attorney known as the Constitution of which was frequently interrupted by applause .
passed on. The leading man made a few the Union; Of late years there has: grown he was given i a vote of thanks, accompanied *v
remarks in Irish which I did not natch. ip in- this country a public :sentiment favorable by rousing cheers: on motion of SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS *? '
Then Were was silence, and they surveyed to the extension: of the powers of ex-StateSena'ror Alfred Wa tatf.-New York
the country all around. A kind of confer the National Government far beyond the W,rld.
ence succeeded in which each conveyed his' imit* fixed by the great charter oi'our;. lib ---- ------ PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL ,.

own impressions by a single word, an interjection erty. The Government of the Union i is How IT WAS DONE.HOW do you manage -
or a nod. At length the I leader intimated gradually having superadded to its powers:! ," said a lady: to her friend, to appearso i rj.\
that there was no danger. One of i- a national+l legislature all the authority happy and good Matured. all the time?" ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF w J

the men gave a peculiar whistle, and, within ocal government which the powers of the I always have ParKer's Ginger Tonic -
the pace of two minutes, there hounded Constitution for the most obvious reasons handy," was the reply,-"and thus easily -
on the fence near ml' the younger Condon.! intended to leave with the people of the keep mysl'lf and family''in' good health. FINE TEAS AND COFFEES i v

Without delay the work commenced again, states.:: In a country with such diversified When I am well I always feel good na- '*

Condon falling into the eighth place. When interests, habits and customs it is impossible ured." -i-- rtt"0 ''t
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he had passed! me a little I drew up on myknees for any central government whose laws:: = '
moved\ across the ridge, and. with a must: always be uniform to legislate wisely BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.The delicate odor THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.

spring alighted on his back, my arms with respect to local affairs with every of Floreston Cologne is entirely novel Look .
round hN neck. The rush almost sent him stretch of authority. There always:: follows I. for signature of Hbcox & Co., N. Y., on

on his 'face; but, with a shout for help he a demand for more money to execute the each bottle. NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.
kept hU feet, anti straightening himself, powers and tin inert t> oi taxation hue
struggled, still shouting for help. With tire hand in hand with usurpation. The Democratic Groceries and Provisions.
in their eyes the reapers were making for idea of government, is to give full a

me, brandishing! their hooks, when my men, force and effect to the clearly delegated B. NOYES. Cor. Second and Centre Sts., .FERNANDINA. ; ?'
pistol l in hand, closed round them. The powers of the Federal Government to avoid A
threatened resistance collapsed, and Condon, the: exercise of all doubtful authority to (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), .

with me on his back rushed away from the leave to the people of the States:) the right to Wholesale and Retail Dealer in c., Real Estate.
crowd. When he had taken me some dis- regulate their local affairs in their own way, WH/ LB ALB AND RBTAIL. 55B .

tance I dropped down, twisted my legs in ubject only to the Constitution of the GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, I
his, and throwing him on his face, my pistol United States:: The nearer the great business -
to his ear, made him surrender. of government is brought the people CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY GRAIN, 8 Q THE FLORIDA

** In this case:: too, my prisoner:: was safely the better and the purer will that govern- Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near
lodged: within the precincts of the jail be- ment be. The people scan very closely the Steamboat Landing.FERNANDINA 3o W ,
fore the real labors of the day had com proceedings and expenditures of their local : rriQWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.

;, menced.' :. legislatures while they are indifferent at FLORIDA. HI ... .-M ,
My companion was mute for some minuteS times to what goes on in Washington, and Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. I l CDi ,. '\ .. L

'!<, His head was bent, and he appeared I all seem to think that the money taken Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in J,; I
';' tube struggling; with some fearful thought. from the National Treasury is not lost. The large quantities. A. B. NOTES iC Fernandina, I
! When he looked up it seemed as if he had most popular of public men are those who Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- C! '
almost forgotten his surroundings, and was succeed in getting the largest appropriationsfor ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the CD Towns on R. R. Line 0
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looking in the dim past, at some awful occurrence their constituents. To bring the government I best in the world. c: -DEALER IN- == "
which had left influence back 'tu safe constitutional administration i And Cedar Key.
an abiding a Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED r.n.
on his mind. a strong+ Democratic sentiment PLOWS. !

Ye-,'' he said, "they were tried, convicted is needed. All reforms:: and improvements Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- Family Supplies c>r
and sentenced to death. I arrested in public affairs must:; originate with the VILLE. 33 z; ,
them I was also present at their execu people. In the present condition of atfaits _
and Purchasers
Offers to Lessees a large
tion. It was in the month of March ; thousands public men are governed by public senti- Material I- HEAVY GROCERIES, g
of people: flocked in to look their last ment. The civil servicebill wa.;forced upon Building PP number of the most eligible and desirable
on them, believing that they were going Congress by the voice of the people. 9

down in the cause of might against right. "The difference between the Democraticand and Grain Lots suitable for Business Purposes, or fOT F<
The land war it was which slew their victim Republican parties is:: just what it was H Hay 00

I ; the land war it was which was now between Dl'lIlOcracand every party that BRICK, LIME, HAIR, O CD City or Suburban Residences.
slaying them. So thought the multitude, opposed it from the<<: days of Jefferson to '
which, this bright, cold March morning, 1860. The Democratic party has ever been PLASTER, CEMENT, H yg SHIP STORES C
I flocked l around their scaffold. Horse soldiers the party of the people and the Constitu: = UPON EASY TERMS. ,4I
:: and foot soldiers were there to see tion. In all free countries! political parties SHINGLES
that no power should stay the due course:! of without regard to their names, are divided Furniture P ,
the law ; the police, among whom I was, by the same principles and purposes. Theyare DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. :s' Liberal Discounts on Values allowed te
were also there for the same purpose. It wano :< tile party of freedom and the party of
ordinary occasion, for nut two, but three power, the one struggling to secure for PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT ., Stoves, GOT parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
men were to die by the rope in the public the people the largest measure of fteedom
gaze, suspended over the public :street, that compatible with public order and good government Paints, ,: nal enterprises, who will erect on the property -

morning. Silence reigned in the great the other always laboring to impair Crockery, substantial improvement
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crowd. Even the troopers' horses did not and diminish:; human rights and freedom FRED W. HOYT & GO'S, i, SHE purchased
seem to champ their bits and stamp around and increase the power and authorityof Hardware c in which conduct their
for residence, or to
SECOND STREET _
in their usual unrest, when a figure; on the govern men t. Near Centre. I
scaffold, like an electric shuck,set the whole Senator Jones then reviewed the historyof < PillowWare.business.mr .
mass stirring. It was the hangman, with the Democratic party and showed how
black covering on his face. under the leadership of Jefferson:! that party C. H. HUOT, o INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS k.
The scatfold is an iron structure projecting was successful in protecting the people of r..5

from the wall over the jail door; three the United States "against a deliberately -DEALER INCHAN'DIJERY- J =rt= by exemption for a term of years from 4.
iron bars, with pulleys at their ends come formed system of usurpation that was intended M
out above it. and down from these dangledthe I by degrees to rob them of the precious O P=, taxation, offered by the several cities and

ropes. The hangman came: cut to soap jewel of their liberty, and to restore, M
them, and the crowd that was calm and under the garb of Republicanism, the hated HH 'a towns. Apply too +

prayerful but an instant before, in view of forms of oppression which they had swept b CHAS. W. LEWIS,
this brutality, broke out into shouts of horror from this continent by the sacrifice of their

terror and execration from his hideous, which work.drove the wretchin most Senator precious blood. Groceries, Hardware, '< ri n: Low &1 ih Lovnai ? SJOffice cor.Beach & 7th sts.,Fernandina..

Jones then described the political
"And now a man stepped out. He,
young situation in
the South, and criticised the
DRY GOODS BOOTS SHOES
too, was to pay the penalty of murder. With policy which had been pursued by the Re- AND ,
earnestness he that the crowds
pegged publican party in that section since the war.
around would pray God to have mercy on He said : During the past eighteen Second Street,
yearsof
him. As he was prepared for t>execution the
profound the condition of the
peace unhappy
younger of the Condons came to the narrow section from which I come has been vie FERNANDINA, FLA. SiaLEY'SSEEDS4S
door placed his foot on the treacherous grating .
paraded before the country as a justification ..- '
and all preparations were completed for for all the unusual and unwarrantable ex- FERNANDINA ::
sending him, too, beyond the reach of hu ercises of the power that has marked theCO1l'8 Grain and Farm Reed Manual;History and beAt method
man law. And now appeared in the door of culture of Orin'.Root Crops Grasses, Fodder Crops, Trc
of the party which still contends for Plant1ng' etc. only 10ets. .4"/11 Catalogue and *"" Lid of
the elder of the brothers. peta SEIDS-
two A

stood awful on business the trap, hearing his part in priest this supremacy most vital before and imivirtant the; American question people. ever The j[STEAM ] {[ SAW }} ({MILL.: } Sl l Y'SSEEDS several HIRAM thonaandvarieties SIBLEY. FREE.& CO. Rochester, N.Y. Chicago, HI. .
God for
supplicating mercy,
submitted to the wisdom of statesmen was '. .. ./!It.v. .....
and encouraging the unhappy to fortitude .
men -
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and faith. When the elder Condon
the two ections of our after the
reached the narrow door leading to the cuf- country C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR,
civil war There never was a people in a CUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF
fold he was praying with fervor. Just as he situation niorefavorahle for the exercise! ofa INDICESTION LOST APPETITE, BILIOUSNESS;

was about to emerge the sound of the hangman's wise and humane policy than were the constantly on handLumber DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH,
voice fell upon his (';U'8. Like magic people of the South. The course pursued HAS COSTIVENESS ENLARGED SPLEEN COLIC, &C.
it changed him. He believed it the
was .towards the South virtually placed a whole Rer.J B.Graves, Editor and Proprietor "Baptist," J R. Johnson M, D.. of Abbeville. Miss. Ang
voice of an accomplice, a participator in his people under condemnation. The trouble j S3 by Cargoes. Memphis,Tenn. says: 1 received package ot your 11.1882, says: I am a graduate of Georgia M'edtcaiLiver '
plots and his schemes and crimes, who had Medicine, and have used about half of it. It College,and have practiced thirty-five years. I use
which has occurred is all due to the intervention works like a charm. T want no better Liver Regulator medicine in my practice. It Is not only a good
sold him to the Crown and who was now of political busybodies who made it Office on Second Street. vie and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture. Liver Medicine,but it Is a sovereign remedy for flux.
about to his and his Rev.J. S Beasley,of Summertosj.1
consummate meannes business Rev.E.A Hnffins,Frank'in.Ky.
malice by hanging him. Menacled as he a to organize; them and inflame Aug.82,says: It is the best medi 3 a,Jan*82.says: I have used Zeil-i
: their hearts against their old friends and HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS cine I have ever taken in my life. It In's preparation a great daul.butfindfs I
was. he rushed on him,jammed him againstthe former masters. The people of California coring me of Dyspepsia.Send me soar medicine altogether pnprior I II
rail of the scaffold, and tried to fling another package.Inst have it. I m its eftect on the fjstric.The bc t.Dr .
him the have had the sympathy of the country in Rev. J. L. Brittain, of Blountsville. S. Mansfield, Wholesale Dragsost, Memphis,
on bayonets: glistening ht'loThe their efforts to overcome in the labor mar- Ala March 1882,says: I suffered with Tenn,says: "Have sold it 30 years: my predecessor
hangman screamed to the culprit for mercy, .= torpid liver and costiveness,and your sold it many years before mo.That this uidditico eta
kets the
to the wardens for The competition of an inferior race, but We invite your;Attention to our -' medicine cared me My wife has used it, good one.no one can deny;and that it Is the trn and 1
protection. younger suppose that race had entered the field ofpolitics with admirable effect for sick-he adacbe I genuine'Simmons Liver Medicine'none darn gaissay j
Gordon managed to drag; the cap from his and had filled
the public offices Origiaal ant Only Qenulae. Estab.1310.
eves, and seeing his brother in conflict with their representatives in order to sustain Crockery 1 Glassware Put up in 25c. and SI.packages [ E,
tried
to join him. But the ,
priest interposedwith their organization, what could and bottles by
prayer and) supplication, and the clergyman have prevented a resort to bloodshed power and 5.F. SIMMONS& CO.,.St. LOUIS,MeDR.

and the culprit, their tears mingling, violence on the part of their antagonists? and offer our Goods in these lines as low as : ., -,
egged l
for mercy on all. Justice has been done
The never yet to the people the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of
wardens: saved the hangman ; and
of the South in view of the condition in
after a short interval, which the clergyman which they were placed. No people in the very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets,
sought and obtained, to try to bring about a universe: j similarly i situated: could haveshownmore JOHNSON'SINDIAN
calm frame of mind in his unfortunate pen of those stern virtues which usually Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin CLARK .
itent, the awful closed in death"
scene was excite admiration have
than
among men Chamber Sets all colors; Wooden- .
My companion ceased to speak. He appeared } been exhibited by the best people of that "
oppressed by his vivid recollection of section. Congressional investigating committees Ware of all kinds; and Housekeep S. BLOOD SYRUd
these
tragic: scenes;; and. our journev being have repeatedly traversed the South Utensils S.
ended. I bade him, guod- )..-TintlqftMagazine. for the purpose reporting'all they could ing generally.

find out prejudicial. to the character the FRED W. IIOYT & CO.
people of that section. If such an unfair Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,

THE "RECORD DEMOCRACY. test were applied to the North, the results Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
would be equally injurinusto theJtood name Books and Stationery.
SENATOR JONES. TELLS WHAT DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATIONS of her citizens. If thecontests for power in efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and

the South hive been hitter, they have been HORACE DREW,
HAVE DOSE FOR THE PEOPLE. pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to Man
made so by the policy nfthe party in power,
Irving Hall was crowded with well-known which divided the community a color Bookseller, Stationer, .

politicians and delegates; when Sheriff Davidson : and an agrarian line. On one side was the Printer and Binder. 1 GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .
called to order the meeting of the partv representing nearly all the wealth and

General Committee of the Irving Hall Democratic intelligence of the South; on the other, Hark.Laboratory.
Organization last evening. After nearly all those unfortunate people who School Books and Orange WrapsNOW >aAGEN'I'SWANTEDa '
the roll-call and the reading of the minutes had just been released from slavery, with a A SPECIALITY. t
load 1 been dispensed with by a unanimous few white leaders. The colored people have "
Vote Sheriff Davidson introduced as th:' been taught to believe that their freedom Liberal discounts to Teachers and 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it. "

orator of the evening Senator Jones, of and political rights were at stake, and the ; and free
Trade. Catalogue on
Florida, who, when the applause which whites with the experience of the past before Special prices CEDARTOWN. GA., Jnne 20th, tAA1. ,
.. greeted his appearance had subsided, said : them, have felt that the victory of their application. Dr. Clark Johnsnn:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your .
"It is often urged that the Democratic opponents meant increased taxation and 59 W. BAY STREET, Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. ., .i>

party has fulfilled its mission:; and that,like other abuses of power too intolerable to JACKSONVILLE, ,FLA. 46 RUDIE CANTLEIt.4riJrrI .'

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1 THE FLORID A Aluuiou.SATURDAY quoted above we cannot see how any speciesof THE CITY ELECT iOr. the name of the University of Tennessee. BOL1XQUROOK..

property can claim exemptions from taxa- We sincerely hope that. those who have Nor would that have been desirable ; for
tion except such as are expressly,excepted in
Tennessee is only one of the dioceses that
1 r; MARCH S4, 1883. the act; and we find that mortgages are not the control of forming our municipal government our system of education represents. Our ROMANTIC RUINS-ARROWROOT CULTURE-OU

e expressly excepted and for the very good for coming'year will put in nomi- patronage is no more from Tennessee than SECTION. ETC.
1 THE NEW YORK, POSFS" CRITICISM. reason, if for no other, that it would be unconstitutional nation a Council composed of the best from the other Southern States. Nor did To the Editor of the Mirror :

ON TIlE ,ATTITUDE OF that to do so. It would be as wellto material at our command. There are, no I the clerical teachers all belong to that diocese As a pendant to your correspondent E's"
say wagons and pleasure carriages are ; one resides canonically in South
{ THE SOUTH. exempt,became these articles are not specifically political issues involved; but every man who Carolina one in New Jersey, and one (elect) very interesting reminiscences. of Chuleotah,
,, It seems to be difficult for even the most mentioned as that mortgages are exempt owns property, or..who is in any way interested i in Connecticut. We represent therefore a in your issue of the 17th, some friends have

i : .., intelligent and fair-minded writer ,at the : because they are not named 1 in the act. in the. welfare and good order of our geographical and not a political section of suggested that the publication of a few jot-

t:1.: 1< North to understand the position of the We do not think that the-position of the community should ''use his influence to the country-not a single diocese but the tings about Bolingbrook and its "potentialities -

\ ': .: white people :of the South i in reference to Floridian is well taken. Mortgages are sim- secure a faithful, trusty and fair city govern name whole of of the the University South. Hence of the South.we took the ,"the formerly happy home of ColonelH.

-j\. :'t;:, their political and social relations. ply liens on property ; they ire not property ment. People who pay taxes desire to know "But a word now as to the result of our near St. Marys, Ga., might not prove uninteresting

;1;;, Because there are two political parties in in themselves. The statutes oT Florida hat they are wisely expended for the best work. Of all the departments contemplatedwe to many of your readers, especially -

ti ::4':," the North nearly equal. in number, intelligence provide that a mortgage is, and shall he, interests of the city. We have entered upon School have at present in operation a Grammar those from the North. This beautiful
i1 I ; an Undergraduate School, and a
;': :*:t 3 and position, which I can discuss, political held in our courts a specific lien on property a period of renewed prosperity, and we need Theological School. The Theological School, estate, containing about 5,000 acres. is

: ?,I.., y and social problems before the country thereon for a specific object, and in point of good judgment and wise counsels. as you may infer, was hurried intoexistenceon situated about five or six miles from St.

: J : upon their merits, of which the people of fact, as well as law, the mortgagee is incapable The new city government' of Tallahasseehas account of the great need of a thoroughly Marys, and in former days was the home of

',r'': either about to of acquiring possession until after a de- well-trained clergy to extend the Church Colonel H., and his
: party are equally competent reduced the salary account of that city work in the South. Its existence was interesting family afteran

11 i:'I '.:I,'' judge, it is deemed a matter of surprise and cree of foreclosure and then only by bidding one thousand:: dollars-a good example further insured by the erection of St. Luke's active military life, the latter part of

,. ., '<.;:.. profound regret that the budy of the white and outbidding all competitors in which we hope to see followed elsewhere. Hall, a beautiful stone building containingan which had embraced some of the most:
t market." Sec. 2 Act of January. 1853. oratory for theological ,students, handsome -
j' ; people of the South should be found stirring scenes in the war of independence

k t ,. ', 4 affiliated with one political party alone. The revenue act properly excludes them "FLORIDA CHURCHMAN" l for lecture thirty-two rooms,students.and bedrooms The and building parlors waged by Bulivar against Spain, and which

\( : ': The surprising thing is that any sensible from taxation. They are not in themselves We are in the receipt of the March numberof was erected by Mrs. C. M. Manigault now ended in the establishment of the United

Il :,. :I;: observer ehould be surprised that such is property but simply liens on property, the Florida Churchman, well-edited and residing in England" and t was called "St.Luke's States of Colombia. Colonel H. settled
',' the case. There is at the North which is itself taxed. Hall, in compliment to the Rt. Rev. there to enjoy his well-earned
a large, excellent the honor ease,
religious Monthly published at Bishop of Tennessee who was
f once a
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; .. Suppose, for instance, that on the first of and a pension from the
respectable well-educated and well-to-do Jacksonville devoted the interests of the physician, and at whose suggestion the gift Government of New

J:;, .1': : body people who class themselves as Republicans March A holds a mortgage on B's lands Protestant Episcopal Church in the Dioceseof was,made. This building t about$45,000, Grenada and give scope to his energetic and

',';/t and constitute the Republican which are taxed, and on the 1st of July bids Florida. and waS a gift from a pious woman whose improving temperament in civil life. Having
heart the Lord had
to the
: ; '. At the South there white oft the property, and receives a deed there- prompted good cleared over a thousand and
few
'. '" 1'' fi party. are a The Churchman has a varied and interesting deed. The gift was as unexpected as it was acres, reclaimed -
I :: ,' people,mostly) oftlce.holdersoroftlce.seekers, for. Is he in October to pay a tax on the i table of contents, and gives encouraging welcomed, and taught us that in this case at (after the manner of his friend, Mr.
very
'.. :: ,i''' ; allied with a large body of colored men, who mortage he held in March, and also pay a reports from the, various missions least prayer and modest attention to our Stafford, on Cumberland Island), some hun-
i' tax the land deeded to him in in work had better rewarded us than had weparaded
: call themselves Republicans. These on July dreds of acres of valuable lands Col.
: it r' constitute which it especially represents. It deserves our wants and before the swamp ,
,y :#,::1 the Republican party at the South. satisfaction of his mortgage? Would it not and should receive the patronage of the world. This department poverty has been organizedjust H. introduced the best kinds of machineryon

Is it all unnatural that the property, the intelligence be clearly a double tax on the same value? members of the church in Florida. three years, and last August graduatedits this now magnificent plantation and

"r and the respectability of the No. doubt the interest received on ,mortgages first student who has gone hard to workin soon reaped the rewards:: of scientific farming

r South should be found affiliated. in opposition could be properly taxed if taxation UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH.We ment his native numbers State.nineteen At present students.the .depart-Next practically applied in such a favored location

:. ; to the i ignorance and prejudice of this was based on income but in that case the find in that well-conducted journal August it will graduate one more. And ; but the industry to which I would

,'r t i so-styled Southern Republican party. Simple owner of the land would not be taxed for so the Florida Churchman for February, the, after that the class will be larger, numbering more specially allude (inasmuch as it was

i :' :;:' self-preservation would dictate to any much of his income, as he had applied to i perhaps eight or ten each year. not only the simplest and most profitablethen
.' following interesting"account from the pen The support of this department rests entirely -
i : i community. that in union is strength and the payment of the interest on the mort- of Bishop Young of the present conditionof upon the offerings of the Church, andI so much so as to attract the attentionof

I ,,Y' safety gage. that institution : need hardly say i is not the most munifi the Government, who, in their report of

The views so anly enunciated by Senator Take the common case of a purchaser of The University of the South at Sewanee cent." The Grarnmarand Schoolsare the Agricultural. Department at Washington,
Undergraduate
'' Jones in New York land who pays down, perhaps, one-fourth earnestly commended it to the attention of
r are those held by our Tennesee was:: organized by the Board of supported by tuition fees, and when yon
I 1 people, not in a spirit of opposition, not in and takes a deed giving a mortgage back Trustees at tlieirtnieetinj in 1870, by the learn that each of the eleven Bishop Trustees our own people, as well as recommended

1 ( clinging to old prejudices andante-war feelings for the remaining three-fourths. If mortgages schools erection of follows seven distinct departments. or sends two students free of tuition and each strangers visiting the South to visit Boling
as t ,
is but as a clearly defined necessity, are taxed the purchaser would pay the 1. A School of Anci::nt'Language. son fee and of a net clergyman a few indigent pays only boys half tuition what brook), is the successful culture of arrow-
assessed tax the full value of the 2. A School of Modern, pay root. -
t which exists and will continue to exist so upon prop- Language. they can-when you begin to appreciatewhat
erty, and the mortgagee the mortgage 3. A School of.Mathematics. reduction Struck by the luxuriance of
long as the Southern people are confronted upon a this makes from the gross the wild ornative
r : with given for three-fourths of the purchase- 4. A School of Metaphysics. income from the tuition of students.. called
:;' political power in the hands of a class 5. A School of Civil Engineering. will understand you "gounnti"sometimes Florida
with what salaries
; ': r 1 +\ who are held in servile subservience to their money which would probably be also by 6. A School of Chemistry. our of instructors small arrowroot, Colonel H. reasoned that the
corps are contented to
,:': ,: t political leaders and obey their behests. We the provisions of the mortgage, required to 7. A School of Moral Science and Evi- live. "improved" or Bermuda variety would

:: 3 have gone through an experience not to be I be paid by the mortgagor. Very clearly this dences of Christianity.Subsequently As soon as the University was organizedafter succeed in our section ; with him reflectionwas
the School of
v ,",.. r.: .,. willingly repeated in the administration of i would violate the provision of Article XII. created, the organization and Theology appointmentsof was cultivated the war society there which sprang, had up it not around been it for a ever succeeded by action, and the result

ry : ./1'; our State affairs. of the Constitution,-which says : "The Leg- which are more ample and satisfactory the war, it might have taken a century to proved far beyond his most sanguine ex

", '.}y.'y of parties at the South will islature shall provide for a uniform and equal than those:; of any other department, as fully construct. This society was composed of pectations. The Bermuda root not only

; ", ;!' 'I cease when the large preponderance of the rate of taxation." described Luke's Hall in the your noble last number. Besides St. teachers whose hearts were enlisted in the flourished at Bolingbrook, but when pre-

'r 1, I white will render The fault in the Floridian's reasoning, it Theological Building work and of refined women who had been pared for market speedily took precedenceof
it erected
r. 't race impossible to at a cost of $45,000, but one other of widowed and bereft of home and fortune by
: a :, i manipulate the colored voters longer as mere seems to,us, is calling mortgages property, the permanent buildings contemplated has the war, together with some few others who the "best foreign '' in the markets of New

'; instruments of personal interests, and enable like wagons and pleasure carriage, etc. as yet been erected. That is the Library, sought this genial atmosphere as a pleasant York and Philadelphia, until, from the pro-

?; ,\ them to judge for themselves of If a man sells a farm the property passesto another noble building of stone, erected at a place of abode. ductions of a few pounds, the out-put rose
:; men cost of$10,000 which was the gift of the Rev. "Instead of crowding the boys into
r t the purchaser, a lien is retained by the com- to from fifteen to thousand
,. ; and measures. Dr. Hodgson, now Vice-Chancellor, though mons they are divided up into small com twenty pounds
-, h.' : We are glad to recognize the fact that seller; when payments are made they be- that donation was made before he was calledto panies and assigned to homes of which such annually producing an income of over

:; .,j;,:, :, there is growing up among the better and come moneys in the hands of the seller and this office, from ,great interest in the people are the head. And the result has i $.'>,000 a year.Excellent .
: success of the University. Another of the been inestimable.
The education in mind
), class of are subject to taxation ; but a naked lien is facilities for saw-milling and
more colored disc is
J c intelligent men a permanent buildings immediately and and manners has thus gone on in the class-
.{: I' I position to think for themselves and to not tangible taxable property. In other imperatively necessary for the success of the room and at the halls hand in hand until lumbering are found on the place, and in
.... words it is in the of the civil University and that is, one with suitable the the
'il' throw off the absolute control which has so not language school has acquired the reputation of I neighborhood a recent valuation of the

>- i long dictated to them. :Many of them law, a rem or thing. rooms and apparatus for several branches of possessing the most quiet and gentlemanly standing timber (i independent of the smaller
are the Physical Sciences.:; For the want of set of young men in that section of the
"t : : J recognizing that their old friends of the There may be a propriety in taxing a these students now, when they have attaineda country. growths suitable for turpentine farming),

: i::j,1 days of servitude are their best and truest certain class of mortgage securities, but cer- certain degree of advancement in chemistry, "To the education of Grammar School and placed it at from $8,000 to $10,000.

:! '. friends now, and feel that those whom they tainly not those which represent the pur- engineering and other kindred branches are College is added a military training. After On another portion of the estate are the
sent by their professors, who are conscien- the student has approved himself in mind
-: 111'? ; I trust for advice in their pecuniary affairs are chase money. tious men, to other and better appointed institutions manners, and morals, and has attained hi romantic ruins of the sugar house, a favorites

.: ; f 'I. ," their best advisers in political affairs, and ::, to complete their studies:; and grad seventeen years of age he is awarded the picnic ground for Northern visitors, built of
I,' : '.i j ; that their interests are the same. With the THE NEW ACTS-NEW RAILWAYS. uate, to the detriment and loss' in every re- Oxford cap and gown, which is the highest massive concrete walls, in some parts three
',-. ( l L ; I ETC. spect, of the University of the South. So under graduate distinction to which he can feet chick, and with vine-covered windows.
r! progress of education and with the increase The Floridian contains a full list of the deeply impressed with the great detriment attain. Before he has won this distinction, t
':, 'J') : { of their property they naturally wil! join acts of the last General Assembly. Very of this state of things to the University were however, his dress is that of a cadet at the In places loop-holed after the manner of the <
: with the Board of Trustees, at the last meeting that United States Old World feudal castles, these singularly
.;, : those who can best help and protect few of them are of public inter- Military Academy at West ,
.. 'r 1 I" their rights.. any great they determined to meet at once this pressing Point, and he is under military drill. The romantic ruins never fail to charm the
," ., ', est. Perhaps the most so is the local option necessity, and subscribed before separatingmore Military Department is in charge of an officerof
'JJ. visitor of
', l' ; The comments of the New York Evening la'!. Some few changes were made in the than half the ten thousand dollars the army, Lieut. Robt. M. Rogers, 2d Ar covering quite a large space
I":t ;. Post are, interesting as showing the mannerin laws regulating legal proceedings the road necessary for this purpose for five hundredof tillery. The military equipment is! two ground, and being perfectly sound to the
.,1. : I 1 which the Northern mind looks at Southern which I pledged the Diocese of Flur 'la. pieces of artillery and 150 Springfield cadet first story, they could easily be converted
: laws etc. The law but
revenue was slightly
Under the circumstances. I felt that I could muskets.
During the months when University
\ ; into picturesque dwellings for fifteen or
I, m. l ,1, I affairs. They perpetually make the changed.The do no less and I feel confident that the lay- Place is filled with summer visitors this
1 mistake of classing the newly-enfranchised list of acts of incorporation is a/or- men of Florida will duly aid me in redeem- feature of the drill, with its dress parade and twenty families. In fact designs for such,

; and still ignorant colored voters of the South midable one. It remains to be seen what' ing this pledge. I will not dwell at all on evening gun, has quite the air of a military by the addition of a Swiss-like or Norwegian
'' i 1:i: with the American citizens this matter nor make any appeal, as a bare post. second floor, were furnished by the writer
: .' average intelligent portion of them are mere paper incorporations statement of the fact of the case is appeal Immediately around the University has
to of German colonists in New
; a society
;" i' who form the voting population of the and which of them will be carried enough.I sprung up a settlement of those connectedwith
;j fi c; North. While the Post and other really independent into effect. A general scramble for more conclude this letter by a few extracts the management of the school. Thisis York, who were thinking purchasing the
".J. Ii journals out against the from a recently published address of the known as University Place. Half a mile whole tract ((5,000 acres at that time offered
cry lands and a liberal distribution of what was Vice-Chancellor of the University which I distant is the village of Sewanee (a railroad at $3 with view of the
j' "j bossism an acre), a reviving
: AaA of the Northern
f. political parties,, felt to bean overdrawn remainder was given. am sure will interest all your readers who station), a town of about 800 inhabitants. .
: : ,II l' they seem to be that the bossism interested in the culture of arrowroot and other industries,
1 unaware We have become so accustomed to new are same: The people of the village and at Univer-
.-. : ",:'t' !'l ';' of the white Republican leaders at the South charters and new schemes that the The University the South is located sity Place live on leased land of the Univer- such as vineyarding, sugar cane and truck

.," \c')' ,' r r I over the colored voters is absolute and public upon the Cumberland Plateau at Sewanee, sity domain, and the rental accuring fromsuch farming, etc., cassava not having at that
,. ,1 I; I. mind is not mucL disposed to believe in Tennessee. This plateau, commencing in leases is devoted, as I have said, to the time come to the front.
','lIP '1 universal them until the provisions held out are rati Kentucky, runs southwest through the current expense of the institution. The
State of Tennessee, and loses itself in the whole domain of the In conclusion, let us hope that the life and
underlaid
: : .; fied in the shape of a deposit of steel rails.A University is
.
z ARE MORTAGES TAXED ? hills of Northern Alabama. At a height of with a strata of fine bituminous coal which intelligent activity of by-gone days will
S 'I't I ,i' compass, a few stakes and a little dirt 2,000 feet the Cumberland flattens into
range has yet been hardly touched. This in time soon again return to such places, and that
i The Floridian
says : throwing do not, it is now understood mean this plateau, which varies from one to three will be a source of considerable revenue.
f' I; Our neighbor the :Monticello Constitution miles in and traveler like the neighboring estates of Dungenesa
h 4 very much. In fact, these preliminary demonstrations width a might pass During the thirteen years of its existencethe
i.::. ,t. in commenting upon the doings of the Leg from Kentucky to Alabama on its top with- University has educated about thirteen and Stafford's some far-seeing purchaser
)i islature (published elsewhere) uses this expression are regarded with increasing out ever knowing that he was on a mountain hundred boys, and now has alumni all over will secure and develop the resources of
: r ,1 l "mortgages are not to be taxed." suspicion. People generally, we think have range. The western line of this plateau is the country in commerce and agriculture, Bolingbrook.The .
::, : ',: We do not think this conclusion is warranted more confidence in Mr.,Plant's ways and the indented with beautiful coves, and its sides and in all the learned professions. As.yet
by the language of the Revenue Act ) break down into afford- fortunate owners of the two former
'" recently tangible results wI:ich the 1 ransit Road has precipitous depths, none of them are old enough to become
1.. passed. The first section of the act gives the!: ing the most charming. outlooks in every di- famous ; but they are fast taking their places estates have already refused. an offer of over ,
,- A ''',' subjects of taxation as follows : steadily pushed forward in the way of actual rection."Mr. in the front ranks of their various callings. $150,000 advance on their purchases not yet '

r '1 J All property real and personal in this State, work. .Thomas Hughes' settlement at Rugby And I am confident the day is notfar distant two old.
; not hereby expressly exempt therefrom, is located upon this plateau near the Ken- when they will be known among men, and years
", :'1'! ,; shall be subject to taxation in the mannerprovided RAILROAD EXTENSION. tucky line. Sewanee is ninety miles southof the University of the South will be renownedon In our section the truck farmer has many

i :i by law. The railroads established the Internal this and near the Alabama line. account of her children. facilities over his brother farther South,
'I if \ '.: The 3d section in what is by Here
surrounded forest
defining meant by a primeval ,
while the late Mr. Porter assured the writer, !
k.." 'I.c by the term personal property," says : Improvement Act of 1854 were wisely con- and a flora in which sixty varieties of ferns
f ,. The terms personal property and personal ceived, and now at the end of thirty years are mingled with the laurel and a hundred WE desire to call special attention to the and he spoke with the knowledge and per-

':! .". I p estate as used in this chapter, shall have the are rapidly approaching completion. Pen- other varieties of more modest wild flowers, particularly well-written and interesting let sonal experience of the largest planter of the
'; ,t.. 't '; '! same meaning and shall for the purpose of the work of the University of the South was ter of T. A. H.. republished from the Times tree in Florida, that the orange throve as !
,:;.. r'i taxation, be construed to include all goods escape the most important western sea begun.. The freestone rocks yield a bountiful Union. The writer looks with
!. : { 'l\ W and chattels moneys and effects ; all boatsandvessels. port of the State on the Gulf of Mexicois supply of clear cold water, which experiment evidently a well on our seaboard and was a hardier tree
,
;' I'{ R whether at home or abroad ; all l now connected with the Atlantic ports of has proven to be chemically pure. discriminating and impartial eye upon the than 100 miles further inland South. It
f.li debts due or to become due from solventdebtors The and soil allow especial attractions and advantages differ
Fernandina and Jacksonville. Fernandina pure atmosphere dry no i will afford me pleasure at all times to give
,: ?. o whether on account, contracted,, < such poisonous visitant as malaria. ent localities. Each place has some especial
J j 'I the Atlantic and Cedar Key the Gulf advantages. We do' not expect or desire any information in my power to inquirers
i i note or otherwise ; all public stocks or shares on on Hence it was well chosen as a place at lands and
or '1' in all incorporated companies. have long been connected, and the Transit which the youth from thealluvial regions that the tens of thousands of visitors shouldbe after our Southern :: and industries
I think With truth to those
point out
we can
limited to one point. The more attractive -
; Now if a "a debt due the South assemble with and any
i mortgage represents might safety
Road its trunk line extension has
on seeking homes in the South that whether
places opened to them, the better i iis it ,
\ 3! or to become due from solvent debtors, spend the entire summer in study,returningto
v. health or profit is the object in view they
reached Wildwood within less than
V t whether on account, contract, note or other- 100 their homes for their long vacation of for them aim the country. Fernandinabein '
'th" l t. wile," it is a subject of taxation. If. how miles Tampa. From Wildwood the road three months in thewinter: when their own off the main line of railway travel! can hardly fail in making a good choice
l does not the share of visitors it wouldwere in our very favored section, while we know
; get
; I ever, the note or other evidence of debt, has been graded southeasterly to Leesburg sections are free from those epidemics which that in cases-by going farther-
:' its advantages better known: very many
i which the be to often in them the
I mortgage may given secure too prevail during yellow-
I Ir r twenty miles. they the truth of the old adage
;; t t; J is assessed the mortgage itself cannot be fever months. Hence the seeming pecu- may prove
: *, ; + assessed. We think our contemporary was We have reliable authority for stating liarity in the time of our long vacation (viz., SOME of the newspapers which publishedthe and fare worse. ALEX CCBTIS.
St. Ga. March 188S.
.>1 ( misled by the fact that, the word mortgage, that the iron for laying the ,road to Lees- from December 15th' to March 15th), while disreputable and indecent letters connected Marys, ,

'I: which appeared in the old law, is omitted i in burg and on south from Wildwood, will every other college in the country gives its with the Pennsylvania murder trial
the new. This word was left out of the last vacation in the summer. YELLOWS IN PEACH TREES.-A New Jersey
;i I : act, doubtless, because in some counties the commence being delivered on the'1st of "The name, the University of the South, at Uniontown, have been discussing the peach-grower says he cares nothing for the
h assessors had misapprehended the meaning May, and the work will be steadily carried has been supposed by many to indicate a propriety of prosecuting the man who sent yellows. Give the trees a good dose of potash -
: ';'f of the law, and taxed recorded mortgagesbelonging I on to 'completion. We congratulate our sectional bias ; but when it is explained that them under the laws punishing for trans by scattering it over the ground where
M w.v ; f to non-residents, which was evidently friends in South Florida on their the name is simply geographical, to illustratea mission of such matter through the mails. the roots feed and then wash the bodies
ff 1 p improper. prospect I this will Is it each thereafter with and the
peculiar idea. fancy prejudice any worse to send the sealed indecency spring lye,
After the comprehensive language of the of being connected in time, for this year'scrop be neutralized. Every State has its own than to publish in full such stuff? It seemsa yellows cannot only be prevented, but
s ( .< 1st. and 3d sections of the Revenue Act with railway communication. university. Hence we would not assume queer idea of propriety. cured.
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:SENATOR- JONES ON THE SOUTH. I II I DO-W-7S I :K.INGr' S ., k,

Senator Jones, of Florida, is one oC.th I I IIs
bright men of the Senate. He is ease i> i JAMAICA GINGER CORDIAL Curiosity Variety Store
a self tnede/; man having worked up his way
and low estate" without the J. & T. KYDD .
from .
poverty EXTRACT ,
NOT AN ALCOHOLIC Offers a large and carefully selected ,: ; .
advantage of an early education and now
but contains all the medicinal proper- .
he is Imtked upon and respected in the ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It STOCK OF HOSIERY Corner of Centre and Third Streets. ;
Senate as a man of inquiring mind, of good is very pleasant to take, and
and of Southernmen
patriotic spirit.
judgment For Gentlemen Ladies and Children:
of that kind put into such a field of activity CURES INDIGESTION HEADACHE, .

a most have salutary rare influence opportunities in bringing for exercising abouta COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC, S.A.N"J>KERCI3IEF'S: :: -RINGGOODS I |F" ,
DIARRHCEA DYSENTERY
proper understanding between the Northern Silk, Linen, and Cotton.
and the Southern sections of this country PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, .
and it is a pity if they permit their Gloves, Neckties; Ribbons

political, partisanship to stand in the way of and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat- Laces, Towels, Napkins, Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments, 1f1Io
their understanding, and using those oppor-, ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy Dress Buttons
tunities as freely and largely as they shouldbe action. Sold by Lining, 1
understood and used. PALMER BRO'S, '* and Notions Generally H w Printa Una BunUnga( :
Senator Jones last evening addressed the Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. VBU1VII**) MiVHIVlJ, MIlUllJ, t
A lot LACE COLLARS and
committee of Irving Hall new Qf NECK-
general The Political Condition of the South,"upon and fSf Also, Agents fqr DOW'S JAMAICA TIES just received and marked low. AND NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS. Ib

he is reported to have said that all the South GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made d. mF
wanted was the simple justice of noninterference without pepper. 22 Our Stock of COSSETS'is Very Superior.: ;

in local affairs" and that under I. OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT r v
Democratic rule the negro was better pro- RIKART k DAUPHIN, g In. PICTURE FRAMES, BRACKETS ., ..
tected in his personal property, and the VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a !*> '
Is now complete MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS,
community more prosperous and contentedthan AND AMERICAN I fine variety .
under a rule enforced by Federal DRENCH ,
The Latsst from Low-Priced to Fine Goods.
Styles
bayonets.1 and that he believed in a solid RESTAURANT, I FLORIDA AND SEMITROPICAL :CURIOSITIESA .
South for it was in favor of the best principles ;
\ of Democt lc '." He also describedthe Foot of Centre Street, near Depot, SPECIALTY. A Stock reeehed 4
new Just and
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South as growing in prosperity, and Boots and Shoes ,..
was sanguine that it would have a bright FERNANDINA, FLA. ,- iiJ" Orders from. the Country Solicited.iciisfa's, .- offered at VERY LOW PRICE8... { + t

future. Meals at all hours. Board by the .
Jones must be if he is
Senator aware-or. ,
week or month. 14 A large and well.assorted Stock :
not, his observations among the Northern 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. SPRING I HATS t,

people will soon convince him-that there is PROCLAMATION.MAYOR'S -_...- for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS, .,
scarcely any person of respectable standingin NOTICE. C
these parts who is in the least inclined to OFFICE, IN NEW AND NOBBY STYLES.
deny to the South "the simple justice of FERNANDINA, FLA., March 15, 1883.NOTICE } I SIX WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL
non-interference in local affairs." The IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE : to thcf Judge of the County; Court
people of the North have become so thoroughly electors of the City of Fer- in and for the county of Nassau Fla., for "Order BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save

disgusted with the spectacle in the nandindina, that the annual election for letters of administration ,on the estate of trouble, time and expense. ,
South of what :Mr. Jones calls "a rule en- city officers for said city will be held on Nelson Parker, deceased. '
forced by Federal bayonets that nobody F. C. SUHRER. 0&We are Agents for DEVLIN de CO., leading Clothiers of

feels the least inclination to repeat that experiment MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1883, Fernandina, Fla., March 17, 1883-4t. New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail '

in any shape. There are Federal between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our
,election laws to protect the rights of voters, sunset of said day. The polling places are resident New York buyer. '.
which apply to the North as well as to the as follows, viz.: SEA ISLAND ROUTE. .
South and which, on a candid consideration Precinct No. 1, Mayor's Office,Third street. ,"
of the matter can be called an inter- Precinct No. 2, C. J. Westburg's Store,Old -- .. da -F. :K.Y ID :D: : .
ference in local affairs just as little as our Town. THE STEAMERCITY 4
penal law against manslaughter burglarycan And the following officers of the city will New York Office, 83 Walker Street, I FERSAMSA' FLORIDA. .
be called interference with personal then and there be chosen by a vote of a I
liberty. On the whole, no candid observer majority of the votes given at, said election, .'

will deny that the people of the North are viz. : 9 "
,
quite anxious to let the people of the South A Mayor, t J I' s ,
alone and they are exceedingly glad to see A City Clerk and Treasurer,
that this uninterrupted homemanagementof A City Marshal, F. W. MUMBY. J. N. C. STOCKTON. R. D. KNIGHT. I
their own affairs results in growing An Assessor,
prosperity and good social order among the A Tax-Collector, OF BRIDGETON MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT .
Southern people. The further conclusionto For the term of one year. Also ,
which Senator Jones ought to open his Four ((4)) Aldermen for the term of two leave Fernandina for Savannah IMPORTERS.The .

I mind is. that there is no need for the special years.All. WILL Wednesday Friday and Mon- largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States. .
t protection ohetr-government in the South persons who are registered voters of day, at 5 p. m., arriving at the latter place
I by a special political party; and that the altogether the city, residing within the corporate limitsof the following morning. CROCKERY CHINA AND GLASSWARE.Lamps .
I unnecessary effort to organize the the same, are entitled to vote at said elec- Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- ,
solid South as a political partisan power tion. nandina on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods Wood and
I is, perhaps, the only thing calculated to keep Given under my hand and eth corporL. at 4 p. m. WillowWare, Stone and Tin-Ware, Bird Cages, etc. *
alive a lingering distrust in the North as to [ s.] ate seal of the city, this 15th day
SOLE STATE AGENTS FOR THE MONITOR: OIL STOVES.
;
Fare to Savannah, $ 6.00
I the use the of the Government might of March, J883.
be put to if power a party ruled by the solid I I C. A. HALEY, Mayor.R. To Savannah and Return, 10.00 Dinner Sets, $15 to $75; Tea Sets, $4 to $35; Chamber Sets $3 25 to $25; Parlor Lamps, i
1 South" should get possession of it. I II L. DENEFIELD, Marshal.PARKER'S $125 to $15; Library Lamps $3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $150 to $8. Table Cutlery Plated .
There are two things which have long Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia Ware, Tea Trays, Coffee Urns, Pots, etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels, .
I seemed to us of supreme importance as to Boston, and Baltimore. Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY, STOCKTON & KNIGHT,
the internal condition and the national For tickets and staterooms apply at theCompany's 48 No. 13 West BayStreet, JACKSONVILLE FLA. H
office foot of Centre Street.J. .
standing of the South. One is that the colored ,
A. MERCIER
people should be politically divided, so ,
that they be withdrawn from the control of HAIR BALSAM. General Passenger Agent.J. S. B. HUBBARD & CO.
N.
unscrupulous leaders, and that their rights HARRIMAN Manager. :

;r, be put under the protection of both political The Rest,Cleanest and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
parties-which might have been and still = most Economical Hair Masonic.

might be accomplished by the cooperation ,ry iJiessinjr.iievtr rails. to Restore Regular communications of Amelia LodgeNo. TTTHOLEbALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

':) of intelligent colored\ men and white men the youthful color to SKY 47, F. & A. M., for the year 1883 : Hardware, Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils,
; who do not put party above everything. ; has:. SQC and$r sizes at 22. July 16.
1! And the other is that the Southern States January
!ruggists. February 19. August 13. yr PUMPS, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, SUGAR MILLS, RUBBER AND LEATHER
1 divided that
; themselves be politically so
; party contests be fought out in the same ti Fioreslon Colome.A / March 19. September 10. BELTING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, PLUMBING AND TINSMITHING.

j way within both sections instead of between 1 -i new mill xrvedingly fragrant April 16. October 15. && HAZARD'S POWDER, BARBED FENCE WIRE. 42-tjani
I them and that the last reason for the sus- ,,. trice Si mill and lading<5c.PARKER'S. pcrfuiu. May 21. .November 12. r
s t picion that the Southern people have a June 18. December 10.
! peculiar and occult political object in view December 27. River and Ocean Steamboats.
I not iu harmony with our general national At 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren fraternally --"'-
interest finally disappear. Efforts to invited to attend.
may
j
i' organize the South as a solid mass in a par- J. E. WANDELL, W. M, MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP LINE !
GINGER TONICA
tisan sense stand in the way of this most desirable C. II. BERG, Secretary.,. .
consummation and it is to be regretted -
Nassau No. 23 R. A. M., holds its
Chapter ,
therefore that sensible .
so a man as
Pure Family Medicine that Never Intoxicates.If .
vocations the Wednesday fol-
on
Senator Jones, of Florida! should permit a regular
you are a mechanic or farmer,worn out with lowing each regular communication of Ame-
narrow view of party interest to confuse his ;
i mind as to the vastly superior importanceof overwork hold duties or try a mother PARKER run GINGER down bv lot family ic. or house lia Lodge; at 7:30 o'clock sharp. FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .
full restoration intersectional con- Transient companions fraternally invitedto
If you are a lawyer minister business man ex- .
attend. W. F. SCOTT, H. P.
.-New York Evening Post. hausted by mental strain or anxious cares do not
take intoxicating stimulants but use PARKER'S. W. A. JONES, Secretary;
GINGER TONIC.If .

you have Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Kidney or Knights of Honor
Urinary Complaints or if you are troubled with any
disorder of the Inn gs.stomach bowels.blood or nerves Weeapopka Lodge; No. 2535 K. of H., I .
you can be cured by PARKER'S GINGER TONIC. meets the first and third Tuesday nights in

If you are wasting away from age dissipation or every month, at 8 o'clock.G. .
L any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take N. SAOSSY, Dictator.W. .
GINGER TONIC at once; it will invigorate and build J. WOODWARD, Reporter.
you up from the first dose but will never intoxicate. '
u t w uoyT It has saved hundreds A ." qSU
lives it may save yours. .CSS 'T s-z-z tr 4 :: '' +
ROYALOYA ewor HISCOX & CO., 163 William St.. New York. lOco and Legion of Honor.
sew [LYfI one dollar lizct, at all dealers In medicines Ponce de Leon Council, No. 922, A. L. of .
GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE. H., meets the second and fourth Friday .el
,
s ;: nights in every month, at 8 o'clock.
THEO. STARBUCK, Commander. _
!I W. J. WOODWARD, Secretary.

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r. I TO THE PUBLIC. FINE STEAMSHIPS- .'

CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1,080 TONS. .

STATE OF TEXAS, .. .. 1,542 TONS.

a The success which we have attained in the introduction of our i CARONDE LET, 1,508 TONS.

WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.

4KIJ4GPOWDER Virgin Brand Baking Powderhas 1/ .

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by far exceeded our expectations; and now that we are entering upon the third year ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.' '

of its sale, we see before us a bright future and an increased demand for this,



ONE OF OUR .SPECIALTIES.To of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
Absolutely Pure. ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-

dwell its merits would be .for those who have sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. ,
POWDER never varies. A marvel upon unnecessary on our part,
THIS purity strength and wholesomeness. once used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms. This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina-and New
TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST
and Mure economical than the ordinary kinds, We are the originators of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING POWDER, and FRUITS VEGETABLES, and others:
cannot be sold in competition with the
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or from the commencement its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR ,

phosphate powders. Sold onto in can*. THE BEST. To this standard quality we shall continue '.to keep it. A Teaspoonful PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA: & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD ....
38 106 Wall Street New York. of the VIRGIN BRAND suffices for a full quart of: well-sifted for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.

-. .- Flour, where at least double that quantity would be required of inferior brands. JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
NOTICE. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the ;
PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD. i
HEREBY APPOINT THE FOLLOWing -
I persons as inspectors of election for A TRIAL ORDER IS SOLICITED. for LAKE WEIR.

Precinct No. 1, polling place at Mayor's
office. Third street, said election to be heldon THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS. .
BAK-
Grocer for the VIRGIN BRAND
Q8k :
Monday, April 2, 1883: W. H. LeCain, your
G. Stark and John Gordon. ING POWDER, and take no other. For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

Also for Precinct No. 2, Old Town polling R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, ;
place at C. J. Westburg's store: C. J.. S. GUCKENHEEMER &: SON, FERNANDINA FLORIDA. '
Westburg T. A.Acosta and Romeo Denegal.C. t
,
A. HALEY. Mayor. SAVANNAH. GA.. .. C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
Pier 20 East River New York. 51'tHE .
Fernandina, Fla., March 17,1883. ANGEL & FRIEND, Agents Feroandina, Fla.

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. and more beautiful desirn'and, liner and I Gk;: ERt1L: ilCiCTOKY. BAKER COUNTY. Assesstor of Tares-Thomas Barco -
Lit rr i intricate in ,within the Cotton
more patterns prices judge-R. Plant.
County D. Davis Sanderson.
liniits of a moderate purse, are c instantly United .States Officer -V ,
Colleror
FOR GRIDDLE- Ret
CARING BABIESFEETBREAD
Clerk-F. J. Puns, Sanderson. of (""f-Fm iuk N. Iv
eing added to,, the list of so-caled! famvlaces. .
; : Ocala. '
1 ; f CAKES. LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U.' C. Herndon, Sanderson.
? B"ibies' feet are objects of unlimited admiration : Black white bi;e, ecru, ('rc.lIlI.fil'elle. dark-, llegl.Ster-L. iJaracs, Gainesville.: Assessor of Taxes-George I'. Canova San- Superintendent of Schools-11. C. Martin
pale coffee colored, as well as '
s1 ; the soft/ curves anal'outlines and the lined Uec.eiver-J 1.--.'Koilin, Gainesville.' '.' derson. Fort McCoy.
V t Spanish laces in myrtle olive,
V 'V t nails do not in the least the ;green Collector of Revenue Fleming B. Smith MONROE l.'OUl\TY.
perfect surest: t. .st nrceyorfetcerdMalachi Martin, Talla- I
garnet, and.th like, to .match toe color 'f
i ,r cramped and missnaped form the.will. take hassee. : Saluh rsOIl. Cuuraty Jrulge-Clias. S. Baron Key West
the I silk woolens
costume '
after awhile in all human I are employed on Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb Clerk-Ider T.
w probability.Thoughtlessness and other materials suitable fur the :Street DISTRICT COURT. I hmight. Key 11'est.:
; s and mistaken notion ofeconomy Olustee.:
; a ht'fiff-Ueorfe.A. Deruerritt
54 1 while the moire delicate tints an at present: /udvc-TIWlllo.1." Settle, Jacksonville. Key West.
the lack ,of beauty and the, BRADFORD COUNTY. Asxesror
cause Tal't's-Walter
lif V. Maloney
reserved for evening' wear. Later on these Jl( rsILU1-J. 11. Durkee, Jacksonville. Jr
Benv of discomfort about the feet of the airy trimmings JIJ decorate:.!! f the exquisite Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. K. Kichard, Providence. KeCollector. '
t ,4' half-grown boy or girl. Children are frequently toilets of French iiin lin, saiteen, irnen lawn Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. of Revenue Walter C. Ialolll' -
r ;, made to wear shoes that they have and tinte organdie word having already' INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriffr. \\\ Tumblin, ritarke.:; Jr., Key West. JrSuperintendent

d outgrown because they are not worn out. reachiMiourcostuusers that dresses: of this :, Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwrighl Lake of Schovls-J. V. Harris,Key
V;. V c:,t Bs..t" shoes are aim:st alvah.t'. small ... I Butler. '\ est.
Ily kind will be in as great: fashion as theyproved I i I COLLECTORS: CUSTOMS. ,
WHen they are !purchased, and as> they ,,art will Collector Revcitn' Bunberrv NASSAU
ami ? Haynes COUNTY.
last year. Silver: "gold lace; : John W. llowell Fernandina. oj ,
occasionally the feet change anti ,
only worn ,
be uSt."tlnlHm fancy dress materials, such as Santa Fe. County Judge Hinlou J.
| Edward Hopkins Jackson ville. Baker Fernandllia.
and injured by the ill titting -
enlarge, are
a ,
Brussels net and India Superintendent of School*-L. B. Rhodes, .
Chamhery! gauze John F.
} House St. Augustine.
shoe. The nails should be cared for and :
silk. muslins brocaded with silver Starke. Clerk J. A. Edwards
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or gold Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key. :, Fernandina.
In iked after[ by the mother just as conscienii -
dots. flowers small fruits. BREVARD COUNTY. 'Sheriff=Peler Cone
moons, or Fernandina.
t the murals of thechild.
i r m>ly as Many an '
:, h tar :of acute |pain, as well as of loss.to man Checked! :and stripe l tweeds:;! serges in finer State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory. City Assessor
or \\011I\11.; may be charged to the neglect of qualities and entjrely new' .design I i *., cheviotsin Point. nall ina.
o'S the nails in childhood. If the discovery is fine rich lt'ather mixtures, \i;ones and EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott.. Fer-

: m isle that the shoe i is oppressing the foot .limousines are the popular fabrics of spring I Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Tares-. Wallace R. Moses, Georgian nandina. \

and crowding the nails, it would be better costumes. Limousine is a very fashionable I Lieutenant-Gi/vernor Livingston. Bethel na.Collector. Superintendent of School*-W. A. Mahoney.

+ ; i to remove t ie shoe and let. the child:go material, as i is also the wear-defying fabric "Key West.Secretary of Retemte-A.. D. Johnston Orlando Callahan.
t. known a's drip; de Ladack. This is ned .-Orange county.Hujjerintendent: ORANGE COUNTY. .
,w without rather than continue its use. If : of State John L. Crawford, Tallahassee .
there is danger of a toe-nail pressing down in mostly for skirts to wear with fancy jackets; : of 'Schools-A. Grady, IA County: Judge-H. L. Summerlin, Orlando.

$ S ''V'h: the flesh, it can be avoided by cutting a of other' material Another style of light 'olllptfflller-\V. D" Barnes Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey. Orlando.
scallop or point in the centre of the nail woolen goods, which has met with much 7retls/t.er-Henr5" A. L'Engle,Tallah ssee.AttumeGeneral CLAY COUNT'. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.
!", This will certainly prevent ingrowing nails. SUl.-cess. Landbwu cloth of English manufacture =George P. Raney, Talla- Omnty Judge--J> T. Copeland Orange Assessor of Taxes-James, M. Owens, Fort
which neither melton Park. Reid. Fla.
although, a hassee.
Here i is the most sensible recipe for beef ala
? -Yi? m each. It is it is Sanfor.
: soft and flexible, and Tallahassee. Springs.Sheri v
; Take three pounds of fresh beef remove all
the tat and ,gristle ; mix some cloves, mace, claimed, will neither spot nor hold the dust. Superintendent of Public Instruction-E.. K. -,James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Seeks r
The cloth is of finest wool and in all Fort Reid.
comes Foster, Tallahassee. Springs.
V black and little
; allspice: a cayenne,
V :;t; with a little less pepper than a pint of vinegar; the the varied dark,colors now in vogue-black, Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY. I

,a quantity of spice: to he determined by yours ,garnet, olive bronze and green. It is particularly BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Relenue-'Vm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.
s N' .tK-a tablespoonful of each with the exception adapted for traveling dresses, riding (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Maxville. Clerk-W. F. !
.. :;;t':;'! ; of the cayenne, is the usual allowance habits ulslers. Newmarket coats and kilted Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, ,Sheriff Thomas Shally.
"r- -a half a tablespoonful of cayenne is skirts to be worn with jersey bodices. Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. .1s3S'fOr-S. E. Timmons.

'-:" ,I. sufficient. Put the meat in a porcelain kettle China crepe neckerchiefs, with; bright Special! Aijent-Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.

k 'w; ;i and pour the vinegar and apices over it, flowers printed 1 on cream, tinted, pale gray. Building, Jacksonville. County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J.V.

,V;f 't: and a pint of s,mp stock. It is considered Persian mauve, sky-blue and shrimp-pink SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Strickland.

bv some cooks a great addition to cut thin grounds, with edirings of silk blonde lace, Cliief Justice-E..M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.
y:;. slices of bacon and lay them over the meat. the patterns outlined with silk floss the color Associate. Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers:Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
c i'" Cover the kettle and let the beef conk slowly of the kerchief; are worn over evening Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.

V: \ ; till perfectly tender. This may be served dresses of India silk muslin or China crepe, see.Associate .Tustice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent ofSch ooh J u 1 Ii iusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun. Perry.
: :: 1 cold or hot, and with vegetables or with- these dainty neck dressings matching in Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin

'w ""l, :; out. every case the shade of the dress over which Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.
,
o Housekeeper wishes for directions for they are worn. The corsage is cut squarein County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack-
kerchiefsare
V making bread ;griddle cakes." The old- the neck and quite low and the sonville. County Surveyor D. N. Cox, Perry.
used to veil the opening thus made giving First aicuit-A gustu E. Maxwell, Pen- .
fashioned Collector of Revenue J B.
way was to break the bread inV Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. Hardee Perry.
small bits and let them soak for several an unusually dressy look to the case- sacola. Sheriff{ Uriah Bowden Jacksonville. Assessor of Tajres S. H. Peacock, I'erry.
ment" Second Circuit-David S. Walker Tallahas- ,
or heart-shaped
t"f hours in sour milk ; then, when ready to corsage. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevail Jackson- ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.
fry them, take a spoon and stir them so Arabian saddlebags, resembling Smyrnarugs see.Third ville.
Circuit E. J. Vann Madison. County Judge-M. R. St.
6 Cooper
Augus-
+ o Mere are no lumps left; sweeten the sour the loosely-woven Decea and Bombay Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown tine.
milk with soda dissolved in a little hot shawls and heavy Turkish wraps of all Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker Jackson- Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo
;'; in the of kinds are now utilized as drapings to l law, F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
4 water proportion a scant teaspoon ( ville.Fifth Schools-Albert
Superintendent of J. Rus-
Sheriff Ramon Hernandez St.
Circuit-James B. Dawkins Gaines-
i Augustine
soda chairs and sofas table-covers and scarfs, ,
+ -r k ..; ful of to one large cup of sour milk. easy ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St.
ti The batter should be as thick as for corn- and also for lambrequins, sofa: cushions and r
; meal griddle cakes, and to this end stir in tidies. These wraps are now selling at Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Au ustine.
4 flour make it of greatly reduced and a "Bigdad" Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart Jasp Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias,
V..... x enough to so ; a large pinch rates r. St. Au ustine.
V" ..I salt and the same: quantity of sugar should shawl from Lowell. Mass., made into mantle Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper. I
:r'' II'J '. be added. Bread griddle cakes can be made lambrequin table scarf and tidy with fringeor Court Calendar.FIRST Sheriff{ James M. Duncan, Jasper. St.Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, Augustine.
,,', ",,1-',. by using sweet milk and baking-powder in braid for the edges included will cost no Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. }
s ; :, ,.J,.: I place of sour milk and soda. more than a lambrequin alone bought: CIRCUIT. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY.

''''t' .i ', I, A tasteful scarf for a small table is madeof ready-made of the same Bagdad material as Fall Term- Columbia Counly.Superintendent County Judge-Henry Cassidy, Leesburg,
Santa Rosa 2d October.
Monday in
Schools Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey
'or the !shawl. of -Joshua H. Rob- Leesburg.
the fish-cord much used
; macreme or so Walton, 4th Monday in October.
J. S.
1 ,.1 "' in. fancy work now. Crochet in one broad Black dresses are again in high vogue Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday erts, Ancrum. Sheriff Assessor of Taxes Dyches-G.,P.Leesburg.Wall. Websler.
:< strip I leaving through which ribbons abroad. HERNANDO COUNTY.
1 spaces: in October. Collector of Rt'l.'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton
i.' of may be run ; let the ribbon extend below New grenadines are in Spanish lace pat- Washington: 2d Monday after4th Monday County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville. ,
p r crocheted strip and let a loop and end terns. in October. ville. "
Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke
:.t. T a: r': hang there as a finish. Simple 1 and inexpensive Ottoman silks are combined with plain Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville. Sum tervilIe. ,
'
: ;; I 4 1 : as this is, it is very ornamental velvets in new spring costumes.A October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. SUWANEE COUNTY.
'1 ', :;l.: ; Every cook knows how long a time itt Escambia. :Monday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks-
County Judge M. M. Blackburn Live
takes, when it can least be spared to look This act amended section 2 of act of February viii e. ,

,';.t'I', I r .r over one or two quarts of beans. An ingenious GOOD FOUNDATION. American households 10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Revenue-F. :M. Townsend, Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid, Live Oak.
( : friend who is always trying to save the prevailing complaints are weak- Spring Term. Brooksville.
J 'k 4 time, says : Put the beans in a colander and ness of the stomach and its consequences, THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher, Sheriff-John Assessor Taxes R. Sessions W. H.Live Oak.
of Sessions Wei-
:: : all the tine dirt will be shaken out, and the Indigestion Nervousness and Rheumatism.Such Spring Term- Fort Dade. born. ,

1 .. '.:1 i i beans: that are bpeckud 1 can be picked out sufferers can lay a good foundation for Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison
.,:;.i 1)If i with ease and in a very short time health by using Parker's Ginger Tonic. as it April. County Judge-H. L. Crane Tampa. Live Oak. ,
[. t tones up'the stomach and nerves, and keeps Madison in ,
::f'< ;' 1 N a Cabbage, cooked as you cook (cauliflower Monday April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
the kidneys active to off the foul mat-
Hamilton 4th : in
carry Monday April.
: > '?ci I V !helps to make variety'at this !season when it ter.-N. 0. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak.
Picayune. Suwanee 1st after 4th
is difficult to do Cut the in Monday Monday
< { i I so. cabbage Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
:.:t :: 1'r small pieces and boil until it i is perfectly -------- in April.Columbia. Collector of Revenue-W. F. Buns Tampa. James
1 County Judge- H. Chandler Enter-
'; ; "i. V : tender; then drain off the salted water, and AN IMPOSSIBILITY.-Deserving articles are 3d :Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson prise. ,

,i' V pour<< over the cabbage a cup of cream, with always appreciated. The exceptional clean- in April. Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins
', t: '1 : I. a lump of butter and some pepper and salt. liness of Parker's Hair Balsam makes it Lafayette, 6lh Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. W. Enterprise.
Sheriff{ A.-Cone, Enlerprise.
popular. Gray hairs are impossible with its in April.
J .l Serve hot.
occasional Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-
t.j; ,< : If infants' bands knit of Saxony yarn are use. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins :Monticello. prise. .
f' .1t :' t i| knit with the old-time garter stitch," and Oct ber. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Relenue-Jolm B. Jordan, De-
,/ < ,'. \I J. ,! then when of the desired length are sewed The digestive organs weakened and worn Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land.
', a I.j ti together, they will not shrink when washed out by using cathartic medicines, restoredby Hamilton 4th Monday in October. :Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

.,." ,,r' I nr. .n at 1 least will..... flat Itn Sit_; __ likely t.n _shrinkmuch. ......_ using Brown's Iron Bitters. Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise.
.' ; Be careful to make very flat
:: :J a seam in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.

11, 1t ,11 ; where the ends are joined. Real Estate Columbia, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, :Mon- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.

I 11'l: Cold boiled salmon can be made an appetizing For sale. Two desirable lots, well located. October. ticello. Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

r r 1 ,. l' dish for supper by pouring enough Apply to W. S. R\WPON. Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. Walker, Crawfordville.
i a '. ? boiling vinegar over it to cover it. If left Fernandina, Fla., January 6.1882-tf. in October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools-W. T Duval,
: I from dinner the vinegar should! be poured FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville.
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V ; V {} ;- to : on as soon as the salmon is removed from Spring Term- County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw-

; .t f r .t the table. If spice is to your taste, put inV America Ahead Sy St. John's, 2d Tuesday i in March. Sheriff Thomas Walker, New Troy. fordville.
4 Collector Revenue W. H. Walker Craw-
of
1' .'lf ; some unground allspice. Clay, 4th Tuesday in March.Bradford Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ,
it r:1:j .r Jaunty little aprons for home wear and 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New fordville.
t !t V for service at festivals are made of white or Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy. Assessor of-Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw-

1 'I brown linen with a border of Kate Greena- Rb0 Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. _

>> ; ''''b l ,, way figures across the bottom and a group S 1$ Duval 1st Tuesday in May. Trov.

;, r. I of figures on the! pocket. The figures are ..... Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Stoves and Tinware.W. .
:: '., 1 ,I I usually worked in one color.FASHION Q St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy.

1-.1 I{ ;: -- iN 4th Tuesday in eptember. Assessor of Taxes-A. S.Ackley, New Troy. P. STREETY,

I tJ Ii : .. NOTES. 41 0 Z Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
t ,. Baker, 2<1 Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.
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: r .: The for novelties in shoes and stockings '+- Nassau 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff-A.Moseley, Tallahassee.
c \ : : rage 00
I Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH .
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;, Clerk-C. A. Bryan Tallahassee.
; ,: 1 is quite as great as ever. There certainly ,
;f t!., never was a time when women with au 00N CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Hen ry N.Felkel,

1 + pretty feet could display them to greater advantage A00 Spring Term- Tallah assee.

.: p rl.l ? ;or, on the other.side, when women Sumter, Monday in March. Treasurer J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee.

::, :! 4i. with ungraceful ones could hide them so FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-
: ;' I.: '. successfully. For the'former are styles and Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.
7' I : p colors beyond enumeration. Fur the latter. 6.SK FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY ITU'! March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. .a .

w .I are exceedingly low-cut sandals and slippers --,- -- Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday. in. S i
sin bronze kid, black satin or black undressed TIIE NEW STORE.-l March: 0 LEVY COUNTY. I
) :t tl' '. kid, with a bit of embroidery or -. Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson N M'4A

: ,; 'I. beading upon the pointed toes ; these to 1 e March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.

:', ;. '!.. worn invariably with stockings of black I'" Fall Term- Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. -.. r

.; f .' some dark shade the pale tints being I.I ft ::s { W. F. WOOD, Jr., jj j- S Sumter. 1st Monday October.. Astessfir' of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
c t for those whose delicately-shaped feet can' Marion Monday in October. Collector of Retenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
f fl'. ( best venture to display them. Among ti e Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Key.

.. "JII' novel fancies for these favored ones are {j Proprietor, } :EJC Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-

: :, 0 : Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday. in hall, Bronson.
STOVES HEATERS
CosL RANGERS.TIN .
: November.
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MADISON COUNTY. .
; : .i !' 'r kids The latter usually have the toes hand- > CJI > SEVENTH CIRCUIT. AND HHEET-IRON WARE

}' .{ "t ptinted, this ornamentation often being Spring Term. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
: ;, done by the ladies themselves after :, ; -
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f purchasing -
t : II Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS.. M. Hankins Madison. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
;; V i I- the plain shoes. Although this material -. '.". Volusia 3d Monday in February.
y r" i is easily soiled it is very easily cleaned with :5' Brevard. in March. Clerk-John. Beggs, Madison A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
-i ': Monday Superintendent of Schools-E. S. Tyner, call and with those of
Sandals ,
h :.a 'clay-p 'pe powder. of gray kid or ,8 SAND Dade 3d Monday in April. v compare my prices
to,4 ;; bronze are worn with home toilets over Fall Term- Madison. other houses, here or elsewhere.
: 1'1 'I s stockings of cardinal silk:this being a particularly in Omnty Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. ,
Orange, Monday August. Collector
: of Rerenue-\1. Warring, Mad
I ; elegant combination in foot dress '. Voltisia, 2d Monday in September. ison. G. F. AVERY,
H ing. Pale silver-gray silk stockings, embroidered .
S Brevard. Monday in September "
SJI Assessor Taxes B. D. Wadsworth
s of Mad-
w ;> on the instep with delicate mauve Dade, 2d Monday in November.
11 t 7'l'E flowery, are also the height ofelegancethese; ison.

;: !f.l'r. j are worn with l low-cut slippers of pale gray : a: V MANATEE COUNTY.

,,1, kid worked on the toes with cut steel and County Officers. County Judge-Z.T. Crawford, Manatee. L IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
'j J fine heliotrope beads. Black shoes that a ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith. Manatee.
;, short time fashionable 0 C> CARRIAGES AND WAGONSTo
for dancing
ago were so S"eriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level.
C. Gardner
Junius Gainesville
County Judge- -
= Trains.
and from and
"i : and evening Steamers
discarded
r '' I wear are quite Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentowu
:V :: and! the sandal or shoe, like the gloves and Fernandina Clerk-J. Carlisle Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING ETC.
,r V ; the fan must always match the toilet. 0 \ jj j- :ma A. ,
Popash.
Sheriff-John W. Turner Gainesville.
FOR SALE
h Lace of all kinds: is still to be used in great Assessor of axes-George"W. Hawthorne' Superintendent of. Schools Felix: J. Seward, :
sr gi profusion and it is not strange that the : -j Cor. Centre & Third. }} S Hawthorne. Pine Level. HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS.
fashion continue for this CARTS AND WAGONS.i'TERMS ;:: .
t delicate trimming C.ollectorofRevenue-H. C. Denton Gaines- MARION COUNTY.

'.t i ,, i< more becoming to both young: and old vine, r County Judge-Samuel R..Marshall, Ocala. CASH.' r
j than garniture of any other description. Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. ,- -Office and.Stable-First Street, near
a. Is + Another secret of its popularity is that new 4 plJ'-THE NEW STORE- Gainesville. Sheriff A. B. CrutchQeld, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf

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HOW TO PACK VEGETABLES FOR Are!you tru 1letlVitil +: -nicu symptoms: of NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. Drngs and Medicines. CARD ...'

SHIPMENT., dyspepsia(>> as belching, tasting of time fond. -_. TIME or THE
heart-burn, etc.? Brown's Iron ittl'rs"iII IS HEREBY GIVEN, that un DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER.
We append below a letter from the Mon cure you. NOTICE act of the Legislature of the FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR,
cello Constitution of the 8th inst., which :Slate of Florida, entitled An Act to provide PALMER BKOSf ___
contains valuable information as to how a General Law for the Incorporation of RAILROADAND
Advertisements.
Irish potatoes should be gathered and prepared Legal '*
Railroads:: and Canals approved February16th
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for shipment, which applies! as well toNaau ;:
CITY TAX SALE. 1874,the undersigned have formed and
as to Jeffersun county : under the name of FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
organized a
I read with pleasure the article<<: in yourissue BY VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY VESTED company f PHARMACISTS :t ,.
of February ltd: beaded Agricultural rue! by law, I will sell on Monday, ATLANTIC & MEXICAN GULF CANAL ',

Products of Jefferson County.:* You are I April 2, 1883, in front of the courthouse COMPANY. In Effect January 7th, 188S. t,.
certainly right in saying that if the farmers door, in the city ol Fernaudina, Fla., within for the purpose of constructing, maintaining :. ,
and growers would pack their goods as they the legal hours of sale, the following described and operating>> a steamboat and barge Centre Street, near Depot,
should, they would not long have Iti complain delinquent property, advertised to canal for public use in the conveyance of
of there being no buyers in their home pay the city taxes assessed! against it for the persons and property from the Florida line, FERNANDINA FLORIDA. GOING SOUTH.

markets for their products. As regards year 1882: near the Okefenokee Swamp; thence in a Leave Fernandina....................._. 8.00 a.m.
cotton, grain, sugar, syrup! etc.. I am not m ;. southwesterly direction across the State of Leave Hart's Road....................... 8.42a.m. a ,
competent to speak, but as regards truck I OWNER. LOT. S. Florida by the most direct route to the Gulf, $&- ABSOLUTELY PURE Leave Callahan.......................... 9.48 a.m.
may be able to give a few hint. I will this mD4 and along its shore to the western boundaryof Leave Dutton....................... ....10.15 a.m.
time con tine myself to one article, viz. : the the State; to be constructed within DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED Leave Brandy Branch ......... ......10.30 a.m.

Irish |Htato. Alston, Juhn................ 5........._ 30 $ 6 19 the limits of the counties of Nassau Baker Leave Baldwin..........................11.05 a.m.
There is probably no crop than can he 1)ermefield, Sam: ........ ..... 6 ........_ 42 1170 Columbia, Hamilton,Suwanee :Madison, La Leave Maxville...... ....................11.32 a.m. .
relied upon to yield as handsome and certain Florida Transit R. R. 2; fayette. Taylor Jefferson, 'Va kulla, Franklin DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Leave Highland..........................11.55 a.m. ,
returns as this if properly managed, 660 feet or main track Calhoun, Washington, Walton, Santa Leave Lawtey ....................._.....12.15 p.m.
especially! in a section so propitious for its and road-bed.............. .._... 40 92 Rosa and Eseambia. The Canal Companywas Leave Temple's.................. .......12.30: p.m. s.
cultivation as Jefferson cuuutWe will Florida Transit R. R. 7; originally incorporated by the Legislature Standard Patent Medicines, Arrive Starke...........,................12.34 p.m.
assume that every "trucker" knows: what 275 feet side track and. of Georgia, under the name of the Atlantic Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m. x .

varieties are best: and understands their cultivation road.bed.................... ............ ...- 37 73 & Mexican Canal Company, of which Leave Thurston .......................... 1.06 p.m. t
but from the condition in which l\fanega, C. C............ 4........._ au 5 67 this proposes to be an extension. -I| Fancy TOILET Articles, |1- Arri\Valdo............................... 1.30 p.m.>>
they arrive at our large Northern markets, Scott, M. C..................., S. ;. uf 8 40 4 88 GEO. F. DREW, Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.nt. Ln.: :.
it is evident that they have a great deal to San burn, W. A., e8t. of. 5. 6, 26, J. J. FIN LEY, Leave Gainesville........................ 2.27 p.nt.
learn as regards:: proper packing and hand- 27,28,29 1119 07 GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. PERFUMERY, Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43 p.m. '

ling. Williamson, C. A.......... 6........... 22 6 87 Of Florida. LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc. Leave Batton.............................. 2.57 p.m. t
Fi'rbt and foremost, it is more essentialthat I Unknown.................... 13......... 1 3 30 LAFAYETTE MCLAWS, Leave Archer............................. 3.15 p.m. _4 '
the potatoes Should be perfectly matured .. ............ ........ 3 30 JOSEPH SHEPARD, Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50 p.m.>> "'
than they should arrive in the mar .. .............,........ 3 30 JAS. S. BAILEY, pEspecial and careful attention paidto Leave Otter Creek........................ 4.27 p.m. h '
ket a week or two earlier and green.A 44 .................... 5 54 Of Georgia. Physicians' Prescriptions, by Leave Rosewood...... ................... 5.02 p.m. ,
ripe, dry potato shipped from Jefferson .................. .. 3 30 Dated this 10th day of January, A.D.1883. Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.35 p.m. ,
county to one of the Eastern cities will in- .. ............... ..... 3 3tj an experienced Druggist.. {
invariably arrive, if properly packed, in as 41 ..................... 5 M In Circuit Court, Nassau County. will GOING NOKTH. : ,
sound a condition as when it left; while no 1. ..................... .1.5..1 4 35 pMR.. RABB, the Manager, sleep Leave Cedar Key........................ 7.25 a.m. -
matter how large, if green when shipped, u ..................... 330 E. E. S. WADDLEIGH, Administratrix of the over the store and will respond to all callsat Leave Rosewood.......................... 8.05 a.m.
the moisture engenders heat and they soon: ..................... .2 t 4 35 Estate of Winborn A. Sanborn, dec'd, Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.

decay. '' ..................... 4 35 versus night 51 Leave Bronson................ ........... 9.22a.m.
I have seen such unloaded from a vesselso ..................... 4 35 GEORGE COOK and C. J. VAN NOSTRAND, Partners Leave Archer.............................. 9.52a.m.
badly decayed that it was almost impossible .. ..................... 4 35 as COOK & VAN NOSTRAND. ESTABLISHED 1875.& Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m.
to go near there on account of the u ...... ...........,.. 6........... 15 4 35 BY virtue of a final decree issued by the Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.nt. '
smell, and this too, when they had been on II .....................22......... 16 4 35 Hon. James M. Baker, Judge of the Leave Gainesville..10.50 a.m. ?,

the road five or six days. In such cases:: u ..................... 11.......... 11 3 57 Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, I will \rri Waldo.............................11.40 a.m.
they prove an entire loss, but if they had .1 ..................... 17......... 17 3 57 sell in.front of the Court-Hou in the city DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSEY Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m.
been left in the ground a week or ten days ..................... ........... 21 4 351 of Fernandina, on the first Monday in April, Leave Thurston.........................12.24 p.m.
longer they would have readily brought $4 / ..................... 3........... 21 4 35 being the second day of said month, all the Arrive Starke............................12.38 p.m.
or $5 per barrel.It 1. ..................... 4.........., 21 4 35 right, title and interest of George Cook andC. Leave Starke................................ 1.00 p.m.
isa well-known fact thatfruitand vegetables ./ ...... .............. 5.. ........ 21 4 35 J. Van Nostrand, partners as:: Cook & Van & CO., Leave Temple's.......................... 1.09 p.m. 13?
.. generally increase in bulk greatly the u ..................... 16......... 25 4 351 Nostrand. in the following described property Leave Lawtey ............................ 1.33p.m. ;
f last few days of their! reaching maturity and ...... ...... ........ .. ........ 28 5 40 to-wit: One forty-five horse power tubular Leave Highland .......................... 1.55p.m. ?} ;
l that increase alone would be well worth u ...................... 3............ 30. 435 boiler, with all the fixtures; one up- Leave Maxville.......................... 2.19 p.m. .
J waiting for if there is no other advantage.After .. ... ................. 4 35 right engine and direct acting engine, with =I PHARMACISTS |= Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.43 p.m
digging and exposing a little whileto .1 ...... .............. 3 30 saw frame, two circular saws, carriage etc.; Leave Baldwin ....... ................. 2.53p.m.
f dry, the potatoes should be sorted into .. ......:.............. 4 35 one butting saw and frame; one edger saw ; Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m.
t, three grades. The largest and finest should u ..................... 3 30 one hog car; ten slat cars-now used in a Centre Street, Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35' p.m.
} be barreled by themselves and the barrel ..................... 3 30 certain saw mill operated by Cook & Van Leave Callahan........................... 4.25 p.m. t
: marked plainly primes ;;' medium-sized 10 ..................... 4..3 3 30 Nostrand, at or near the 45 mile-post! on the FERNANDINA FLORIDA Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15 p.m. ;' i'
1 ones also by themselves and marked "sec &I ...................... 3 30 Florida Transit Railroad, on :Section: 31, Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m. .
\. ondsand the balance denominated u ..................... 3 57 Township 2, South Range 24 East, in the I Trains daily except Sunday. '
( with all the belt hand fine ,
culls. u ..................... 7 6 85 County, Florida ; together KEEP constantly on a assort-
In packing, the barrel ought to b'e placed : u ing, shafting pulleys and steam pump, and of FRESH and PURE FOR-
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on a board. instead of soft, yielding grounds, u ..................... ...... ... :> 2 3.4o all the machinery'used in and about said EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs
so as to permit of its being well shaken down ..................... 2........... 115 2 34 saw mill. Yd
with every basketful put in ; it !should: be ...................., 3........... 115 2 34 PETER CONE. Chemicals
roundly heaped up and the head pressed in h ..................... 4............115 2 34 Sheriff Nassau County, Florida. and PENINSULAR DIVISION.GOING .
with a press such as is used in packing .1 ..................... ........... 2 34 Fernandina, Fla., March I, 1883.

apples and potatoes throughout the Northern h ......................6........... 115 2 34 NOTICE. Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, SOUTH.
and Western States. /1 ......... ........... 7........... 115 2 34 Leave Waldo Junction... 1.40 p.m.
When put up as above they will always u ..................... ........... 115 2 34 THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE and Goods Leave 2.02p.m.
find a ready sale, no matter how glutted: the ..................... 19..........2\jU\ 5 M&I stricken from the registration Proprietary Fancy Leave Hawthorne ... 2.20p.m. .
market may be, and at from 50 cents to $L ..................... 20......... 2GJ 5 54 list of the City of Fernandina, by the Special Leave Lochloosa.. 2.38 p.m. .

per barrel more than if less: carefully packed. &I ..................... 21......... :,t)9 5 M Committee appointed by the Presidentof FINE TOILET ARTICLES, Leave Orange Lake.................... 3.04 p.m.
Any one putting up his potatoes in this .. ..................... 23......... 269 5 Mu the Council, for the purpose of revisingthe Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31 p.m. ; +;
manner would soon find his brand sought ..................... 24......... 269 5 51 registration list : PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., Leave Silver Spring.................... 4.00 p.m. A;
after, and would have no difficulty in disposing ..................... 25......... 2b'9 5 MII Andrews, :May Hanley, Rob't Leave ... 4.30 p.m. :
of his crop by contract at very remunerative ......................1............276 2 45 Alston, John Jones:Joseph Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m.
figures.I u ..................... ',........... 276 2 45 Avery, George Johnson, Augustus IN GREAT VARIETY. Arrive Wildwood....................... 5.45p.m.
have often :seen a few fine potatoes mixedin u ..................... 3 ...........27t3 2 45 Baker, Watson Jones, Charles
a barrel of what would otherwise be denominated ,I ..................... 4........... 2 45 Bailey, Edward Jerry, A. 8. GOING NORTH.

culls, and they sell were for evidently barrel of ..., ..................... 5........... 276 2 45 Clinch, Chatham King, Benj. JI2f" Physicians' Prescriptions Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7.00a.m. t
placed there to make it In this a how .................... 6............276 2 45 Clark, A. F. Kane Nathan carefully compounded with pure Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35 a.m. ,,
average good potatoes. object, II ............ ....... .......... 27G 2 45 '""otman, John Knabb. Charles Leave 9.00a.m. ,,.
J! ever, it their invariably fails,and for buyers where are quick do .. .....................1.. .......... 7G 2 45II Cook, James Kl'>tz. Julius Drugs, at reasonable prices. Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18a.m.
' to see advantage, goods ............ ....... C.)........... -" -6 I 2 45 Urummond, Prince Love, Hilliard Leave Anthony Place...::. 9.46a.m.
the
I entire nut run uniform the always value want it would to buy have if .'I. ..................... 10......... 26, X45 Demery, Lewis Love. Sam'l E. Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13 a.m. i
the lot package like at the ..................... 11.........276 2 45 Ferguson, Edward Lee, William Railroads. Leave Lochloosa................... .....10.39a.m.
few were better poorest In ,other disregardingthe words II -' .....................12......... 276 2 45 Floyd, John Lee. Samuel Leave Hawthorne.......................10.57 a.m. _'
while few small quality.cull will lower, ......... ..... .......1a..........276 2 45 Gano N. L. Lumpkins, Major FLORIDA CENTRAL AND WESTERN Leave Dixie. a.m.
the a of otherwise potatoes barrel few ..................... 14......... 27 2 45 Gio on, D.in'1 W. Mordica. Edward COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE Arrive Waldo Junction.... .........11.35' a.m.
price: an good a ..................... 15......... 276 2 45 Girt'ordV., P Mason Henry -- .'
good ones will not raise the price of a barrelof h ...................... 11)......... 276 2 45 Hearns, EhvardIilforll., Henry June 25, 1882. Trains daily, except Sunday. .*
inferior quality. Hence the importanceof II ......................17......... 276 2 45 H.igans, Perry Payne, Hercules Commencing this date, trains on this
careful .,
grading. ..................... 18......... 27d 2 45 Hunter, Edward Pasco, Jacob road will run as follows :
barrels should be used
Round-hooped u ..................... 19......... 276 2 45 Hunt, Fred Robinson, Bart WESTWARD.Accom. wt
hold when possible, for, although they scarcely .. ...... .............. 20......... 276 2 45 dull, John Robinson, Lewis Mail.
any more, they look larger, hence II ...................... 1......... 271) 2 45 H pkins! F. W. Ross, Charles Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 7.45 p m FERNANDINA &; JACKSONVILLE R. R.
, bring more in market, while freight and II ..................... 22..........276 2 45 11well, Sam Roche. J. P. Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 8.40 pIn GOING SOUTH. s,1

cartage are precisely the same. II .................... 23..........27th 2 45 Hicks, Thomas Saxon, MilesG. Sanderson.......... 8.25am 9.55pm Leave Fernandina......11.35 6.15
Last, and scarcely least, comes the subjectof .. ..................... 24..........276 2 45 F. AVERY Lake City...........11.00 a m 11.55 p m Leave Hart's Road......12.05 a.m. 6.55 p.m.
cooperage, about which it is unnecessary 1& ......................25 ........ .276 2 45 PETER WILLIAMS, Arrive Live Oak............. 1.15 p m 1.15 a m Arrive Jacksonville.... p.m. p.m.
to go into details, except to say that if this ..................... :!G..........276 2 45 WM. LAKE, It Ella ville............ 2.30pm 2.30am 1.00p.m. 8.00p.m.
were always carefully attended to, and the .. ..................... .7..... ... 276 2 45 Committee. Madison ............ 3.30pm 3.30 a m GOING NOKTH.

barrel would head not lined with top and their bottom contents, so many ......................:8......... 276 2 45 Fernandina, Fla., March 10, 1883. "" Drifton............... 5.25pm 5.30am Leave Jacksonville..... 9.00a.m. 3.35n.m.. "
come avoids partlygone II ..................... 29......... t7G 2 45 Monticello! ......... 6.00 p m 5.50 a m Leave Hart's Road._... 9.35 a.m. 4.01
and thus loss would be p.m.
a great II ..................... :30..76 2 45 Tallahassee........ 7.30 pm 7.00 a m Arrive Fernandina..10.40 a.m.
Should these few hints be deemed by you u ......................al......... 276 2 45 Professional and Business Cards Quincy.............. 9.30am Trains double daily except Sunday.5.00p.m. Rf:
worthy publication and if think "
will! you they ..................... :j ......... 276 2 45 Chattahoochee... 10.35am
l be of any assistance to the truck growersin u ..................... 33..... ....276 2 45 LOUIS A. C. LANGE, 14 Chatta. River...... 10.55 a m SUNDAY TRAINS. ;

your section, I shall be glad to speak of u ...... ............... 34..........276 2 45 EASTWARD.Accom. Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.45 a.m. ,
some other vegetables later. Yours etc.
UPHOLSTERER
Unknown (Old Town)... 12......... 8 265 Mail. Arrive Fernandina.....................11.10 a.m.
Ktw G. L. LAWRENCE. .. ....It.......... 16 2 52 Foot of Centre Street Arrive Jacksonville...... 6.45 p m 7.30 a m Leave Fernandina.......................:.5.00 p.m. .-
York. February 15th, 1883.IIOHTICULTUBAL .. ... 9........... .16 2 52 Baldwin............. 5.25pm 6.15am Arrive Jacksonville...................... 6.25 p.m.
&I ... 10.......... 16 252 FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Sanderson .......... 3.55 p m 4.50 a m
NOTES. 'I .. ... 11......... 16 2 52&I Furniture repaired in the best manner. 41 Lake City........... 1.20pm 2.40am
u... 12......... 16 2 52 Hair Mattresses made to order at short Leave Live Oak..........11.35 a in 1.15 a m
u "/ 16'' notice. 36 Ellaville...........10.10 am 11.55pm
To HAVE EARLIEST LIMA BEANS.- ... 13 ........ 2 52 v
About the middle THE of II 11 ... 14......... 161 2 52 Madison ............ 9.05am 10.50pm
April get some flower .. JAMES JIcGIFFIX, Drifton............... 7.30am 9.05pm .
pots and till them with rich soil in each of II... 3........... 19 2 32 CONNECTIONS. k
which stick three or four beans inch II ... 2............ 21 2 32 R AND BUILDER Monticello ......... 7.00 a m 8.45 p m y!
$u deep, keeping the and an contents or &I u... 3........... 21 2 32 CONTRACTOR Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.30pm AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
puts "
Quincy....._...... 5.30pm i
... 4........... 21 2 32
where they will be out of the reach of the Alachua Street, between Second and Third, With New York and Fernandina Steam-
Arrive Chattahoochee... 4.25
II /1 ... 5......_... 21 2 32 p m
frost. Then '
as soon as the plants begin ship Line from New York on Tuesday at 8 .
II /1 FLA. Leave Chatt cbee River 4.15 m ,
... 6 .......... 21 2 32 FERNANDINA, p
allowing the third leaf which will be early 6.15 and ,t
a.m.,11.35 a.m., or p.m.; for New
in the month of May the to u u... 8........... 21 2 32 Orders and estimates from a distance care- Passenger trains leave Jacksonville at 10 York at 10.40 p
-remove plants on Thursday 500.
a.m.
the open ground, having first dug holes fortheir .1 II ... 4........... 2 l 2 32 fully attended to. 25-tf a.m., arrives at Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. or 5.50 p.m., r
about 1& .1, ... 5........._ 22 2 32 Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45 p.m., p.m.With
the size of the Sea Island Route
reception pots. from and to Savannah
Their removal is best done II II... 4........... 2:3: 2 32 W. K. BAUKMGHT, arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 p.m., making -
by placing your Sunday Wednesday and Friday. ?,
1 close connections with Florida Transit Rail
hand on top of a pot with the plants between ... 5........... 23 2 32 AGENT,
your fingers, and, turning the pot 11 ". ...,,6........._ 23 2 32 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL road for Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg and AT CALLAHAN. -
upside down, give it sudden 1 .. ;7........... 23 2 32 Cedar Key.Sleepers To and from Savannah and Charleston at
a jar by hitting AND STOCK DEALER
the rim against the handle of a spade or u ...18.1 .......... 23 2 32Peter BUTCHER ANDDealer on all night trains.CONNECTIONS.. 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.

other convenient object and the soil and Williams (taxes fort AT BALDWIN, FLA., .
plants will 1880))...........................10, 11.... 27110 65 in Ice At Jacksonville Waycross Short Line,
come out of the pot and can TENNESSEE BEEF A with all North West with the To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and
then be set in the hdes Unknown (taxes for 1.1'7........... ) 3 at SPECIALTY points or ;
made for their recjption -
2.43
BROOM STREET WHARF, Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad for p.m.
without disturbing the roots. Before J. E. MEDDAUUii, Fernandina ; and with Steamers for all AT HAWTHORNE,
19-tf FERNANDINA FLA.
taking out of the the City Tax-Collector. ,
pots water plants points on the St. Johns River, Savannah or To and from Palatka at 10.37 a.m. and 2.20
thoroughly. In this way you can have Fernandina, Fla., :March 10, 1R83. Charleston.At *
Lima beans I WM. B. C. DURYEE, p.m.
before any of your neighbors. -- .
Baldwin with the Florida Transit Railroad AT WILDWOOD.
RULES IN FRUIT-TREE CuLTURE.Insteadof Sheriff's Sale. for all South FloridaOcklawaha River
COMMISSION MERCHANT With Stage Line to and from Brooksville '
trimming up a fruit tree to make it long. TTNDER.and by virtue of an execution GENERAL or Gulf points without change of cars; also and Tampa daily except Sunday.
legged and long-armed trim them down issued in the Fourth Judicial Circuit in for Cedar and Steamers Gulf
so \J CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, i Key! to ports. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
as to make them even, snug and symmetrical. and for Nassau County in a suit wherein At Live Oak, by Nos. 5 and 6, with the daily except Sunday.AT t
Instead of manuring heavily in a small Philip Goodbread C. Rodgers, C. P. :Mahoney FERNANDINA, FLA. Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad, for
circle about the foot of the tree, spread the William B. Hardee, and C. W. Cone, Albany or Savannah.At CEDAR KEY, FLA., .
manure broadcast over the whole surface partners as Philip Goodbread & Company. Hay, Corn, OatsO. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
that the ends of the roots may find it. Instead are plaintiffs, and the Ereka Palmetto Palm Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- for Key West, Monday and Thursday '
of spading a small circle about the and Paper Company are defendants I have S. OAKES urdays.At p.m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and
stem cultivate the whole surface of the levied upon, and will sell at public auction.in Chattahoochee River with Steamers Friday.
ground. Prefer a well-pulverized, clean front of the CourtHouse in the city of CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Chattahoochee on Sundays, and Evering- With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
surface in an orchard with a moderately rich Fernandina, Monday: the second day of ham on Thursdays for Apalachicola. and West and Havana, every Saturday 4 p. m.;
soil to a heavy manuring and a surface covered April, one pair of platform scales and three MANUFACTURES i returning on Tuesdays and Saturdays for for New Orleans every Friday at 4 p. m.
with a hard crust, weeds and grass. It hay presses; levied upon as the property of Columbus, Ga. For information respecting routes, rates,
IS better to set out ten trees and give them the Eureka Palmetto Palm and Paper Com DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF j. s. MCELROY etc., apply to

the necessary care and attention than to setOut pany. Terms cash.PETER ALL SIZES. Master of Transportation.W. A. o. MACDONELL $
a hundred and have them all die for the CONE. Sheriff. Post Office Box 174. M. DAVIDSON, en'l Ticket and Pass. Agent.D. I
want of it. Fernandina, Fla., March 2, 1883. jan4 Fernandina, Fla General Manager. FAX v ;. : aen supt al'HB

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. not wish the transactions made public. This I I TheTelephone System.The MARINE. -r -----
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id : ;, strikes us as a very extraordinary proceeding. telephone system has been fully established -
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,I: The Council certainly are not above in our -city, and sixteen boxes Port of Fernandina.
1 i: : '!.uo A YEAR #7.00 FOR SIX MONTHS HIGH WATER.
r ; those who created them, and secrecy generally already put up. The wires were connected

-, mischief. Saturday, March 24..... $:26 A.M. 8:49P.M.
implies with
Gainesville the other day to test the
Reflections. Sunday, tl 25...... 9:0'.2" 9:25 "
The steamship Oirondelet arrived here on : power and exfent of distinct transmission Monday, 26...... 9:31" 10:01 "

;' i Mr. B. F. Tiffanr, of New York has been Wednesday from New York with a large i and worked admirably, the communication Tuesday 27.....10:16 10:39 OhJyBack !

1 spending several days at the Egmont. freight and the following list of passengers : being perfectly clear and audible. It would Wednesday, "h 28......10:55". 11:18 "'
29..11:37. 0:00"
Thursday,
t, ,.l ,r Services were held every morning this A. S. Heide Frank Waters, Miss Alice be very desirable to connect the Fernandina Friday 30...... 0:03: 0:26 "

! i :; week In the Episcopal Church. Godden Jay C. Wemple. W.E. Cooper,Mrs. and Jacksonville telephones so that com- That's a common -

t' will in the and munication could be had by telephone be- ENTERED. expression
;'i' j.: Rev. Dr. Hoyt preach Presbyterian Mary King daughter Alex. Aiken Edgar and has

i Church at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Knight, Geo. Belknap, 0. B. Colton, L. tween our cities to the mutual advantage of Mc'h 17-Sch. E. F. Hart, Davis. Charleston a world of
ballast to J. C. Read. How much
meaning. suf-
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both.
z 1i ;: Mr. Jay Gould, of New York, and party of Bu bee. Mr. and Mrs. H. A., Webster. and 18-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,

'': ten, arrived at the Egmont last evening.. three children. C. H. Dayton, F. P. Sher- DIED.-At the residence of Henry W. Savannah with freight and passengers fering is summed up in it.

wood, Edwin McKinzie, Dr. Strong and to J. A. Mercier.
'. 'r ; ;; Truck farms around Orange Lake were King, JOHN WHITNEY,son of John S. and 21-Bark David McNutt (Br.), Dobbin -
wife John H. Piston. The
r t' but little damaged by the frost last week. Mary E. Whitney, March 16th at 5:30: p. m., St. Marys ; ballast to L. singular thing aboutit

U t t The City of Bridgeton will hereafter leave The president general superintendent aged 27 years and 6 months. Philadelphia. A. Davis. is, that pain in the backis
; other officers of the East Tennessee & Virginia 21-S. P. City of Bridgeton Fitzgerald, occasioned
i and New.Orleans by so
for Savannah on Mondays instead of Sun papers please copy. Savannah, with freight and many
passengers
Railroad were in our city a. few days -- -- be
days. to J. A. Mercier, Agent. things. May caused by
*H r' since, and went south as far as Ocala. The In Memoriam. 22-S. S. Carondelet.Hines. New York disease
liver
kidney
w .: Mr. Charles J. Clark, of Pittsburgh, accompanied com-
Brunswick of the Savannah 1.508 tons with and
', correspondent WEEAPOPKA LODGE, No. 2535 K. OF H., \ ; freight pas-
( a.a by his family, are guests at theEgmont. News says they contemplate reestablishingthe FEENANDINA March 20. 1883. JRetolved sengers to R. W. Southwick. plaint, consumption, cold,
'" -S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, rheumatismdyspepsiaoverwork
h old Brunswick and Fernandina steam- by the members of Weeapopka LodgeNo. Savannah with and -
freight
',* a Gov. Bloxham has appointed W. Naylor boat line, which ought never to have been 2535, Knight of Honor, That we receive sengers to;J. A. Mercier. pas- nervous debility, &c. ..

l i% Thompson a school commissioner for this discontinued. We have no doubt that they death with deep of John regret Whitney the announcement, late a memberof of the CLEARED.

t, county. will see the importance of a direct and independent this Lodge. 16-sSch St. John (Br.), Matthews Port Whatever the cause,don't

; ;' The Republican convention, to make connection with Florida via That by his death we lose a most faithful au Spain ; lumber, by J. C. neglect it. Something is
and member kind-hearted and Read.
energetic a
nominations for municipal officers meets Brunswick. Christian brother and an earnest and true 17-Sch, Wm. C. Bee, Cheslm, New wrong and needs prompt

r'"r next Monday.The Knight of Honor. York ; lumber, by Fleming & attention. No medicine has
Death, of Mr. John, A. Whitney.
weather has been cool That we will'manifest our respect for the Cox. been discovered that
quite during Mr. John Whitney, the late editor and memory of the deceased by wearing the 18-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald yet

""r, the past week and a slight frost was observed publisher of the Fernandina Express, died usual badge of mourning.That Savannah with freight and passengers will so quickly and surelycure

;:i' on Friday morning. in this city on Friday evening last week. Mr. we hereby extend to the bereaved by J. A. Mercier. such diseases as
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widow and the afflicted family of the deceased 19-Bark Pansevitz:; Wallis Queens-
,,! ; The County Commissioners at their meeting Whitney had been a resident of Fernandinafor our heartfelt sympathy. May this town for orders ; lumber by BROWN'S IRON BITTERS,andit

M'' Wednesday drew the names for the jury several years, and had earned the universal seeming night of sorrow reveal to the mem- Wm. Lawtey. does this by commencingat -

box for the Circuit Court. respect and confidence ofourcorn tnuttity. bers of the deceased familv the beautiful 20-Sch. Mary Lord Smith. New York the foundation and mak-
stars of the heavenly world never seen before lumber by Bncki, Son & Co. ,
it i Rev. I r. Wendell Prime of New York, Possessed of a Clear and intelligent mind may their light inspire hope, strengthen 22-S. P.City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, ing the blood pure and rich.

:t .. arrived by the City of Bridgeton Wednesday, his duties as a journalist were well per- faith and emulate character. May this Savannah; with freight and passengers -

: and has rooms at the Egmont. formed, always endeavoring to advance the stroke of sorrow as of the sculptor aid in by J. A. Mercier.
interests of and imparting new expressions of beauty. May 23-S. S. Caronde'let, Hines.New York, Wm.Marshall,of Logans-
our community avoidingall
; ;. : The Presbytery of St. Johns convened in the hearts now bruised by trouble exhale with freight and passengers, by port,I Indianawrites: "My wife
Yi: Ocala Wednesday 21st inst. Rev. H. 8. personalities and undue censure. sweeter fragrance of love and those tried in R. W. Southwick. agent. has for been trou-

I 'r Yerger is attending its sessions. Genial in his manner, gentle and courteous the furnace of affliction emit greater perfume 24-City of Bridgeton Fitzgerald Sa many years
>; : bled from in her back
he.made many friends, who mourh the of submission and obedience. In all vannah with freight and pas- pain
: :- Attention is called to the advertisement their anguish may spiritual light spring out sengers, by J. A. Mercier.IN and general debility incidentto
loss of one cut off in his early manhood,full
) of Dow's Jamaica Ginger Cordial. Palmer of providential darkness, heavenly joy out PORT. her sex. She has taken one-
" of promise and full of hope. Mr. Whitneywas of and eternal life of
' Bros. are the agents for its sale in this city earthly sorrow, ot t Bark Victoria (Dan.), Davis. bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters,
.i a son of Mr.John S. Whitney, Orange natural death. Bark David McNutt Br.
( ), Dobbing. and I can truthfully that
General W. Austin and party, who have Resolved That these resolutions be spread say
Lake, and was in his 28th year. In 1879 he Brig American Union Bowman. she has been so much benefited
r been making quite a stay in Fernandina on the record that a copy be communicatedto Brig Alfred (Br.), Young.
married Miss Beulah Clements niece
r : was to a the family of the deceased and that the that she pronounces it the

:;'. this winter, returned to New York this of Mrs. H. W. King of this city, who dur- same be published! in the Florida Mirror.W. Sch.Brig Emily Emanuel E. Davis(Sp.),,Mulet.Pierce. only remedy of many medi-

week. ing his long illness has been his constant WOODWARD, "
Sch. B. C. Terry, Moore. cines she has tried.
THOS KYDD
', The ladies of the Presbyterian Church are and faithful attendant. Sch. Clara Fletcher, Sargent.Sch. r
C. V.
'' zealously and successfully engaged in ob. Laboring under the painful burden of infirm HILLYEK Com mittee. S. C. Yarnall, Scott. .
i Sch. Addie Fuller, Hart. Leading physicians and
,*i taining funds to erect their proposed par- health, he remained at his post until .- Sch. Larrie Cobb Cobb. clergymen use and recom-

k sonage. his strength no longer enabled him to attend To the Members of Nassau Chapter No. S3, Sch. Etta A. Stinson, Bunker.
.w mend BROWN'S IRON BIT-
r The Gitana, a most beautiful and graceful to the onerous duties of journalism.. R. A. M. : Sch. Florence Rogers, Davis.

i d 'j vessel, has been lying in onr harbor several In the death of Mr. Whitney St; Peter's Your committee on the demise of Com- Sch.Sch. Sarah A. D. Knight Eaton Dix.Drinkwater. TERS. It has cured others

,l-' days. Her fine lines and elegant finish have Church has lost one of her faithful sons ; panion John A. Whitney beg to submit the Sch. E. F. Hart, Davis.Strawberries suffering as you are, and it

;I been much admired. but the teachings of this blessed:: Easterseason following: will cure you.

bids with forward Since our last Convocation it hath and Vegetables.
us sorrow hope, looking pleasedthe
1 a. Mr. Joseph A. Spear and Mr. A. K. L.
; r to the general resurrection when the.dead in Supreme Architect of the Universe to remove Fresh vegetables and strawberries received
r Norton, of New York, are in town, and will from the sphere of useful action to
daily at MRS. FLETCHER'S.We .
Christ shall rise in the of the life
glory ever- the reward of the and faithful be-
test the quality of our hunting and fishing. good our
.' i the l lasting. loved Companion John A. Whitney; that the Willimantic
. They have rooms at Egmont. are selling spool
The funeral services were held: at St.Peter's the remembrance of our departed Companion cotton-the best thread for hand and ma-
g Mr. Wemple of the firm of Jay C. Weraple fade not away, and that a memorial tab- chine Ask for it it it !
4 Episcopal Church by the;;, rector. sewing. Buy Try DR. W. E. SNYDER,
J i I & Co.. and Mr. W. E. Cooper banker, were let be found in the archives of this Chapter. 2t MODE BROS.
Rev. 0. P. Thackara, on Sunday afternoon Resolved, That in the death of the above '

among the arrivals by the Caronddet from at 4 o'clock,and were largely attended by all Companion the community has lost a good Livery Stable at a Bargain.I m z t g!
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i New York this week. citizen the family circle an affectionate and -
classes who testified their sympathy and offer at a bargain my entire establish- H y oEr't

i :j Mr. F. N. Drake and party returned last respect for one who was much beloved.Mr. beloved and member useful and Freemasonry whose virtues a zeal- ment in this city consisting of Carriages,
Q ous disciple, we
evening in their private car Davy Crock- Whitney was a valued member., of the should imitate, and whose memory we will Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carriage b cSfI
=
. Horses, Harness, etc.
i' ett" from a hunting expedition down the Ancient Order of Masons, being the:Junior ever cherish. Terms of purchase CASH. i'x

Transit Road, and are again guests at the Warden of Amelia Lodge No.47,w ho tended Resolved, That we tender our sincere sympathies G. F. AVERY. W t't cr
to the relatives and friends
of our
', : Egmont. his funeral Office and Stable-First Street, near Broom fl -F
: i in a body and performed, the deceased Companion, anti invoke on their Street Wharf. 46

'. Good Friday services were held yesterday rites of Masonic sepulture at his grave. behalf that spiritual consolation which God FIRST-CLASS; 20 years'
alone OPERATIONS
as St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Rev. Mr. can bestow. City Registration Notice. ; charges reasonable. Sets
Fair and Resolved That a memorial page in the records -
Supper. of
Teeth
Thackara. rector and at the Roman Catholic of this Chapter be suitably inscribed to The registration books of the city of Fer- on Gold Celluloid or Rubber, and

I ; Church, Father O'Boyle, priest with.a large The Ladies' Society of the PresbyterianChurch our deceased Companion, and that the secretary nandina which are now open at my office, every. Loose set warranted or ill-looking to fit or Sets money re-set refunded. and-

, attendance of their respective congregations. will give a fair and supper at Lyceum furnish a copy of these resolutions to southeast corner of Centre and Third streets, made Consultationsand
entirely satisfactory.
: .! i his and also the will be closed Wednesday, March 28, 1883.
Hall on Wednesday evening next;;March widow to Fernandina Mirror advice free, and willingly 10
Colonel H. C. Parsons and family, of for publication.Fraternally. at 6 o'clock p. m. given.
28th. Among the different articles Jor sale
WM. F. WOOD JR..
Natural Bridge, Va., are on a visit to our submitted ,
in the hall will be a variety of .fancy goods, FRED W. Hoy-r, City Clerk.
,l < city, and are at the Egmont. The Colonel novelties Japanese ware, etc. Th ';supper J. H. PRESCOTT, Fernandina, Fla., March 218833t. J. H. PIIESCQTT
himself! very strongly in regard of \
; expresses J. W. HOWELL.
a G,. table will be in charge of a committee of
the attractions of Fernandina. For Rent.
ladies, who well understand the art- of ca-

Colonel Henry G. Parker of Boston paid tering to the wants of the inner man, and The committee appointed by Amelia A very desirable dwelling-house.JOHN HEDGES, Inquireof DEALER

"("' a visit to our city: this week. The Colonel the quantity of oysters, turkeys unit chick- Lodge No. 47, F. &A. M., submitted the following January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.

.n; ,A j f i.= ; is in Florida for rest and recreation, and will ens they are providing will sadly deplete the memorial, which was adopted, or-
INLadies'
; remain some weeks. He will be remembered market. $ dered inscribed upon the records of the Nassau Fibre,

U f t as the editor and proprietor of the Boston iJe Lodge, and a copy forwarded to the widowof For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto
I The fair and supper are given for > benefit anything else in use. For sale by
i'' &! Gazette, the society journal of the Hub now of the manse fund, and while al; inter- the deceased brother: June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.

k : in its 70th year. The scythe of time has again cut the brit-
ested will attend a cordial invitatioft. is extended -
tle thread of life of a beloved brother the
" ; Select "Intermediate" School for
The steamship Carondelet cleared for to the general public, the ladies as- great Architect of the Universe has called Boys and Girls

f i, New York Thursday evening with the suring all that good value will be given for from labor to rest our fellow craftsman,JohnA. ,
Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circularson
., A, following cargo : 345 barrels rosin, 35 barrels 'the money spent. f Whitney. While we humbly bow to the application.
k It will of that Eye whom the
All-Seeing ,
: spirits, 449 logs cedar. 121 bales cotton The price of admission will be 10 cents; sun, G. W. SCHU Y LER.
moon and stars obey, as Masons we deeply
w :: 189 cases Cedar 245 packages vegetables, 'hot supper, 50 cents : strawberries aid ice- feel the loss which we have sustained in the Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental ,

; ; i. I 123 packages merchandise, 84 boxes empty cream, served with cake 25 cents. death of so true and zealous a brother, Music and French. 50 Misses',

+ h bottles and 2 refrigerators of strawberries. "-w!o' whose earnest work will serve as a bright To Rent. Children'sand
i to all who have the of Infants',
example good
our
The known Sanborn's Stores.
The Roller Skating Clu&' property as
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l 4 The daily excursions from Jacksonville to Ancient Order at heart; as citizens we feel Apply for particulars to Men's,
Ii Fernandina. including Dungeness and the The Fernandina Roller Skating Club are in common with the community, that a A. B. No YES. Boys'

r sea-beach have become quite popular, and actively engaged in preparations foi/:open- good and valuable member of society has Fernandina July 15-tf. and Tenths',
been taken from our midst. .
I A U we are pleased to see a crowd of visitors in ing their link' and are now only awaitingthe To the family, and especially the widowed I New Advertisements.TO .

our streets daily. The pleasant little steam- arrival of the skates, which were ordered wife of our deceased brother who so faith- FINES

, i "', j7,,G yacht Egmont seems to be kept very busy, by telegraph last Wednesday, and ire expected fully attended him during the long months LET.

and the drives to the beach seem to be enjoyed by the next Mallory ship. invitations of his prostration, we can but offer our deep-
t felt sympathy, praying that a Divine Provi- COMMODIOUS EJ TED:
*' rf skates A
t by every one. will be issued as soon as the are dence will pour the oil of consolation into

I We call special attention to the valuable received, for an opening reception,*to be the wounded hearts of the afflicted ones. D-WELLING7;

, I orange grove offered for sale near Sanford given Friday evening. March 30th at-'Lyce- spent Finally life,, welcome brethren,the may grim we,tyrant after a death well- Corner Escambia and Fourth streets. Pos- Button Boo : G lhn I Lc; hm
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Hall and which all friends the
i by Mr. B. Chew. The grove is in just the um to 0f as did our brother, as a kind messengersent session can be given April 1st. ,
club will be invited, as far as the acc ) 1mo- Inquire of G. STARK.
', t place and condition to suit one who would from our Supreme Grand Master to Fernandina. Fla. March 18. 1883. ADD
f like to step into a nice bearing grove of dations will permit. A band will been at- translate us from this imperfect to that all- ,
perfect, glorious and Celestial Lodge above NEW HOUSE OPEN.
tendance, and roller skating followed by
moderate size with a neat and commodious
g where the Supreme Architect of the Uni- 1SLIPPERS-I
j + : dwelling, and more than the usual house- dancing, will constitute the evening' pro- verse presides.

? V l bold conveniences. gramme. No charge will be made fr ad- FRED W. HOYT, mOUEIST HOTEL,

mission, skating 4 r dancing, and all who W. N. THOMPSON, *
Major B. S. Henning, president. of the I CHAS. H. BERG. FERNANDINA, FLA., Embracing New and PopularGENTS'
attend may expect an evening of:great is to the New and
Transit and Central railroads, has been now open public. neatly
a i pleasure. furnished located in the most delightfulpart
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a actively engaged in looking over those roads !t Range of Thermometer of the island. Large and sunny rooms.A S :LES:

a :, during the past week. He has the reputation The Housekeeper's Friend.' FOR THE WEEK' ENDING FRIDAY:, MARCH 23, good home for parties wishing to stop a

t+ t 1 L of being one of the most capable and The Ladies' Society of the Presbyterian HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. few weeks or months in the South.
' tl Terms-$2 per day; $8 to $10 per week.
i 4 enterprising railroad men in the country, Church have prepared a cook-book, s'hich .I .::. :: Ptj W. W. CLAY, Manager.The FUKNISHINGAND
and practically familiar with very large is to be sold at the fair next Wedn &da'.. ,I.:: .1'1.:: .:.a.. .

1' railroad enterprises: which he has had the The book contains a large number of excellent I It- .e... r>- splendid Strathmore Hotel,

control of at the North and West. and useful recipes each of them tested on the finest beach in the world will be
Saturday.Marchl7 56 63 j 62 60 NE.
open every fine day for the accommodationof
The City Council held a meeting this by practical experience and vouched for bya Sunday ............18 54 62162 61 NE. beach parties under the same manage- U BEER: GOODS.

3 .. week, but we are unable to furnish an account lady of the society. The book will be ap- Monday _.........19 54 58 W. ment. 10
,Tuesday.?..........20 55 63 I 62 60 N\V. Real Estate
of the proceedings as the city clerk preciated by every housekeeper in town, Wednesday........21 53; GO 01 58 'V.Thursday..2"2 The digestive weakened and worn For sale. Two desirable lots, well located.

refused to give access to the record stating and as the price of it is to be only 25 cents, 54 61 I 61 59 SE. out by using cathartic organs medicines, restoredby Apply to W. S. RAWSON.

y that- the meeting was secret and Council did it within the reach of everybody. Friday....__.....23 55 62 62 60 SE. using Brown's Iron Bitters. Fernandina, Fla., January 6, 1882'tf.I .
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