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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: April 14, 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TIlE FLORIDA CANAL.To waters of the St. Marys river with those of NEW FOIt.\, many years. Rents, it seems, have, as a liE NEW LAWS.

tiLt Editor of the Mirror: the Gulf at St. Marks. : -- rule reached their high-water mark, and

Nowhere in Florida. will the Presidentfind THE UNLUCKY COSMOPOLITAN THEATRE-SALMI although in landlords did \ 1
The unanimity with which the Northernand some cases suc- MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT.An .

Western press have taken up ,this sub- better accommodations (quarters or cuisine MORSE'S STOCK RISING A .MOSJMEST'. ,< FOR ceed in raising tenements a trifle, they havein act to amend Section 23 of an act ap-

and their quick appreciation of the ) than at the Egmont in Fefnandina, or I I. PETER COOPER-THE NEW FULTON MAR a. majority of instances wisely decided to proved February 4, 1869, entitled An act

ject, merits of the steamboat and barge brighter waters and a warmer welcome: than KET-LITTLE I MAY MOVING.- leave well enough alone, and 'even to yielda and to Provide Towns for the Incorparation of Cities "'
superior and to Establish a Uniform A'System
To the Editor the Mirror:
canal, (as recommended by General Gill- at St. Marys, Ga. ALEX CCRTIS.St. of little in the case of desirable tenements. Municipal Government in this

more in his: able reports to the Senate), as Marys, Ga., April, 1883. ; NEW YORK, April 7, 1883. Owners of the huge caravansaries, called State. d

with the undefined ship project, If ever a theatre seems to rest J under an apartment houses, are feeling not a little uneasy Section 23 amended so as to read : "The

compared for the inception of the SEWS NOTES. unlucky star, it is the Cosmopolitan. On over the prospect of their investments.The city or town council shall have power to ,
rapid
well
augurs raise by tax and assessment all real x
the first night that it was opened the cur- upon a
recent fires in these vast structures have 1
its prosecution undera FOREIGN. and
former and vigorous ; personal property, and by license tax
management already assured of the sympathy A revolution is in progress in;Hayti. tain was accidentally set on.fire. Not long thoroughly alarmed people and as they not to exceed fifty per cent. of the State license a:

not only of our own people, but the Queen Victoria. is rapidly recovering from after a. part of the gallery gave, way a panic pass the vast six, seven, eight and nine tax on all professions, business and ,
ensued, and it is little short of a miracle occupations carried on within the corpora- ,
story houses they to themselves how r
cordial approval of our foreign relations. the effects of her recent accident. say tion and taxed by the: State all sums of
that lives lost. after
A great national boom to our country, Castillo Rodriguez and forty other Cuban no were Not.long an ever will we escape from there in case of money which may be required for the improvement ,

the opening of this highway-this conduit exiles, it is announced from Madrid, will be embryonic panic arose through some cause, fire," and prefer to remain in the smaller and good government of the ,;
but nobody was injured, and the excitement houses. The first apartment houses paid all city. and for carrying out the powers and fii
of mighty waters-the junction of the :Mississippi released. duties herein granted and imposed, and to .
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quelled before much harm had been done. the from ,
and Atlantic, as it has been happilytermed A defensive alliance will be established way ten to twenty per cent. inter- enforce the receipt and collection of the

will be a still greater blessing to the between Germany,Austria and T:Italy against On Wednesday night a poor fellow of a est on the capital invested in them. In a same in the manner now provided by the 4 '
stage hand was killed under the stage by the laws of this State for the
few years people who are now building flats assessment and
nations of the Old World France, at the instigation of Bismarck, it is
explosion of some red fire, and what affects will be glad to get their back minus I collection of State taxes and licenses.:' .
If it be true that during the past year over said. i money The valuation of property as made by ",.
the pocket of the management most of all-
stated that the coronation of the the interest. the State officers is to be
seven hundred thousand pilgrims from the It is now adopted by municipal 4
the theatre is:: not paying, and they say that A character buried '
the
was Thursday. governments as true valuation.
East have left their native shores, seeking Emperor Alexander will probably be post- queer g
Manager Hickey is seriously thinking of This was Professor Felix Simon, the composer Total taxes levied by any municipal corporation i
and finding homes in the no longer fabled poned. This announcement nay\ however,
abandoning the project of running it. all and music teacher. He was an old in any year shall not exceed one percent
Atlantis of the West," it is also true that the be a blind. i Frenchman of the old school with grizzly on State valuation ; exception made in

toiling millions of Europe still cry aloud, as The trial of the murderers of;Lord Frederick summer. Among actors who are nothingif gray beard a glass eye a harsh voice, and a favor of interest tax and sinking fund tax.
not superstitious the house is gradually manner which was irascible to madness.For It is unlawful for council to appropriate in
of old for and Cavendish and Mr. Burke has
did the Macedonians help Secretary
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*' he was famous of tax and for officer
getting the name of" marked, and a num- twenty years a singing excess levy, to issue
the lamentable fact remains to be told by begun in Dublin. The Government will master und there are few singers of today warrant without appropriation.Section .

the statitician that with harvests such as no prove'that theP lot was intended for the assassination ber of nervous men and women in the pro- who are not acquainted with him. He wa's 3. "All collections and assessments -

arid fession have openly announced their inten- a favorite teacher for schools and colleges, heretofore made of taxes, conformable -
nation has ever been blessed with, meadows of Mr. Burke, that Lord
tion of never risking their lives by appearingin the faculties admiring him for his thoroughness to the provisions of said act, approved
bright with golden grain, and barns Cavendish was killed because jhe was with it. Some one suggested that'Kate Claxton and the pupils for the fun they could February 4, 1869, and the above sections of
with bounteous plenty stored," the cry has Mr. Burke. Brady will be the first one have with him. A false note would make this are hereby legalized and confirmed ;

practically been in many cases unheeded, and tried. Delany, one of the men arrested, it play month's engagement there. If during him frantic, and of course that was but an and all taxes so assessed and levied, and not .
that time nothing had gone wrong then it incentive, particularly to the male pupils, to heretofore paid, including license taxes,may
: that charity, which would have been twice is said, will make a confession.:;
might be taken for granted that the spell make mistakes. He used to break a violin be enforced aud collected in the manner
: blessed to our own people as producers to the The dynamite bill, punishing all persons bow every week by smashing it across ta provided by law for the collection of State

J dwellers in the East as consumers, has who use or manufacture! for criminal had been broken. bles. Poor old man All his old pupils taxes, notwithstanding said assessment or
I may On Monday the new Fulton i" Market was hope that he now has a forward position in levies may have been made after the time
I proved abortive owing to the lack of means purposes, or be in possession of dynamite or opened and a model structure it is throughout i the Grand Chorus. contemplated by the said act of February 4, !

; for cheap transportation similar compounds, has passed: both housesof with its hard wood and marble fittings 1869; or by the provisions of the above sec- #'
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l To quote again the extraordinary facts Parliament with great speed and una- The, Pleasures of Memory. tions had they been in force at the time of
cheerful well ventilated interior and
bright, such assessments and levies made
mentioned in a recent Parliamentary Blue nimity. The maximum penalty for causingthe What is pleasanter than looking back being or
attractive exterior. The occasion was further municipal ordinance and notwith-
Book report, but full of interest to us: explosion by which life tfr is over the past? The future may, perhaps, any ; 1
property standing a failure to give the notice required
solemnized by the exhibition of trout the
have in store for but
joys us we
"Notwithstanding the building of new railroads imperilled is to be imprisonment for life. commences greater are under the act approved March 3, 1881, enti- -
season for which on April 1st in not certain of them. The past is gone by
the of tled an act prohibiting special taxation in
!: cheap transportation agricul- arrests have been madein
Twenty-four more this State. Such a crowd of people asi with! all its joys and sorrows ; its pleasuresand certain cases.
tural produce from the West does not seem the outskirts of Cork and Limerick. pains can never affect us again only in
the market fro o'clock in the
to be sufficiently provided for, and, as a thronged memory. While we look forward to the
matter offact, the Mississippi valley presentsthe DOMESTIC. : morning till 10 in the g I have never future and in many instances long for its An act for Levying a Tax for the Years 1883 +.

have killed f of The in fact that approach, still we are often satisfied to sit and 1884.
anomalous The Apaches 93 persons, 27 seen. throng was so great
condition of being the richest quietly down and look back upon bygone Section 1 levies a State tax of five mills for
whom Americans. Troops in one could scarcely a gl at the fish
get
country in the world in products useful to were are now Ipse days. How pleasant the memory of some each year with a proviso that if the Governor -

man, yet one of the poorest in proper active pursuit. : much less obtain a full view of the rich and of them is. Our school days, I think, pos- shall discover that the tax for 1884 can

facilities for the distribution of those The steamship 3ferida, out from New rare specimens to which every State in the sess a .greater degree of interest for most safely be reduced to four mills he may make

pro- York with 100 i iiito schooner Union Canada Scotland and Ger- people than any other period of one's life. such reduction.
ducts. Of the amount left back unsold and passengers, ran a England: ;
The friendships that were formed during Section 2 empowers the county commissioners ;
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unused for lack of off Cape Hatteras, and waS beached off many had contributed. .pf course one must those the lessons that said
! transportation, some was days, were the to levy a county tax not to exceed k
applied to inferior purposes moulded and Lambert Point. No lives.were lost eat trout on that. djvy*S-p'(}Jer. to preserve: very books themselves are like old friendsto four mills and an additional tax for brides: J;;.

I decayed, resulting in the enormous loss to The steamer Wylie. of the Central Rail- one's reputation observing the proprieties. us when, after a lapse of years, we again'' and county buildings not exceeding two _::z.;,. '
look over their well-worn pages. How familiar mills, to be collected in currency. Any
the farmers of over$517,935,495," while the report road line, was sunk on the Chattahoocheeat I was much amused however to seea every page is to us, and the notes county indebtedness incurred exceeding the ,

of the New York Chamber of Commercesays Fort Gaines. Three passengers and ten couple of very "knowing" youths at an along the well-worn edges of the books, amount provided for by such levy by the .

: If only one-third of the 5,000,000tons of her crew drowned. The boat; and cargoare up-town restaurant in the evening, discuss- pencilled there, perhaps, by some one whose commissioners to be null and void ; but a +,
companionship we no longer enjoy who tax not exceeding four mills be leviedto F"
which the total loss. : ing two nicely-trimmed pieces of shad, and may
of surplus grain, present a
has passed away before us to the "Better pay off outstanding indebtedness, and a t
channels could not convey to market, had The Mayor of Charleston denies the exist- swearing that after all trout was the only Land" all recall to our minds some particular tax for school purposes not to exceed four .

reached the ,seaboard it would have netted ence of yellow fever in that port althoughit fish fit for a gentleman to eat. Another incident that has passed out of our mem- mills nor less than two and a half mills.

$200.000,000 more and increased the trade to folly that the first, of April brings with it is ory until the sight of these old friends Section 3 suspends the levy of sinking N;
is admitted that there vessels in
are quar- brought them back to mind, and everything fund tax for the years 1883 and 1884.
that dude about town feels in honor
our Atlantic seaports by about 400,000,000.." antine which have had yellow fever on every seemed as real as though it had transpired
Overwhelming statistics that the bound to arm himself with a rod and fly only yesterday. Books not only remindone .
prove board before arriving at that port. An act fixing the liability of and
book and forth to Island of the lessons that were said, the friends persons .
railroad systems, even if quadrupled in theircapacity sally a Long pre- for from
corporations damages resulting
The railroad bridge across' the Chatta- s
that we knew, but there are other things
of serve, pay a hotel proprietor a round sum the death of caused the
are utterly incapable meetingthe any one by wrong u
I hoochee has been finished, and cars will that the opening of one of these old relics
for the of and at the ful act. negligence, carelessness or defaultof r
astounding requirements of our agricul- from Pensacola and privilege fishing, stop brings to light. How manv a hope, how
run through Jacksonville *
tural and now rapidly developing mining industries : Fulton Market in the evening and purchasetwo many a desire has passed through our such thereof.persons or corporations or the
without change. A union depot will agents
while probably the rail- or three fine specimens to take home minds whilst we were poring over their
greatest
be built for the three roads at fjieir junction Hopes and fears for the future that Whenever the death of any person shall
pages.
road authority in this or any other country near.Chattahoochee. :. with him. His fish cost him from ten to in many cases have never been fulfilled. Al- be caused by the wrongful act, etc., of any ;

admitted at a recent convention that the twelve dollars a pound, but the owners of though the reviewing of the past is not always individual or corporation or agent, thereof,

facilities for transportation by water were The Supreme Court of Alabama has de- preserves and the dealers in fishing tackledo enjoyable, still there are plea ant spots if the person killed could have maintainedsuit

practically unlimited. If confirmationof clared the revenue law of that State void, not mind this in the least. The former all along life's journey, on which the mind} for injuries if death had not ensued, xi
any such individual or corporation shall be liable t
loves to dwell. The days of our youth, the ,
because of omission of the
his statement be'wanted, it is easily fur- an enrolling get their money and lose no fish, while the home of our childhood(grcitercharms to a suit for damages, to be brought in ft"

nished in one of the instances brought be- clerk. The'new law reduced the, State tax latter are enabled to make sales which oth- for us than anything el>e. Again in our the name of the widow, husband, minor '

fore the committee, in which' briefly it was to five and one-half mills. They will haveto erwise they could never accomplish. imagination, we wander through the spa- child or children. or any person dependenton
go back to the old law or.I I have an extra cious halls and pleasant rooms. Once more the person deceased for a support, or the '
Peter is to be buried to-morrow
found that while the railroad, could not have Cooper we see the family gathered around executor or administrator of such deceased.No .
group
attempted to.move the cargo (coal) in question session. Another example of;hurried; legis- and with him goes the last of a generation the fire, the evening hymn again floats action to be brought after two years from

viz.: 13,400 tons from Pittsburgh to lation. 1 which lived without grinding those pos- through the air, conveying to our minds a dale of death.DUNGENESS. _

New Orleans, one tugboat and her bargesdid President Arthur has gone into Lake sessed of less wealth or standing than themselves feeling of security and repose, making you --- --- i.
feel at with all things. O'er the portals AND TIlE EGMO '7" rl
Hatchcmahaw where there peace
are no tele- into the dust. He if
it with ease and profit to all concerned was a good man
of yonder door how feet have passed ?
many Mr.Thomas Carnegie the wealthy Scotch-
with a result in figures as follows: graphs, telephones, carrier pigeons, or other ever there was one. I think I wrote you Some gay, and rejpicing in their youthful man from Pittsburg, ,Pennsylvania, who

means of communication wfth the outer some months ago that a movement was on vigor; some of maturer years ; others whose recently bought the famous old( ruins Dun-
Cost by rail (if practicable)..............$208,000 bowed beneath the of ,
By 'water...................................... 13,400 world. The United States Government is foot to raise a monument to him in Central forms were since weight too geness!: on Cumberland Island is .put-I
have
that
-- now, so to speak, in a. state of;eclipse. The Park. Nothing came of it because the ven- burdens long proved ting on extensive improvements that will '
All these before
heavy for them. pictures -
Gain by water............................$254G00, Government is supposed to beat one end ofa erable thus the pass make this the princeliest private estate in
philanthropist strongly expressed us as we amuse over past. the South. The chief improvement will bea
The object of the Florida (steamboat and fishing pole, beyond the ken of human himself as opposed to it. I am told, how- Memory holds much that is pleasant to all, magnificent dwelling house, planned to

barge) canal is to meet this great national, vision, bounded by the horizoii, hemmed in ever, that the matter is to be taken up'again. but lest we weary you by which looking have back too cost $60,000 to be located on the ruins of the
much these
things long
over old. This estate includes 19.000 Dun-
acres.
or rather international, necessity, and to by the vastness of the prairies }KissSmmee A committee is to be formed, subscriptionsare ceased to exist, we will awake from our rev- geness, in its walks, avenues shrubbery,

give the farmers and producers of the North and Tohopekaliga, where the;? only soundsto to be received at a number of places, eeie and wish you "good-night."-Fernan- scenery and surroundings is one of the r

and West, and the cotton and sugar planters be heard are the notes of -the alligatorand and what is best of all, the donation of large dina Social Club Journal. loveliest places in the world and Mr. Carnegie -

of the South, this cheapest of all cheap the scream of the aquatic denizens of amounts is to be discouraged. The gentlemen The City---of- Bridgeton Affray.The be open generally at all times.allows The these:Fernandina attractions and to

, 1 transportation ; and on the lines laid down that region ; but he can sublimely repeat, who will probably take hold of the mate of the steamer City of BridgetonMr. Jacksonville Railroad have organized regular ,#

t in General Gillmore's reports and surveys, "The Nation still lives." The man at the movement would be in favor of having Thomas Hamilton, who was severelycut excursions to this beautiful spot includingthe a

meet the commerce of the Eastern Hemis- end of the fishing pole will emerge in due nothing but penny contributions so as to by a negro deck hand named Joe Lyons, eight-mile ride on the steamer Egmont
in time into the haunts of civilization.The i near Brunswick, early Sunday morning: was across Cumberland Sound and river, and
phere safe and harbors the make the
healthy on movem'ent as popular as possible,
brought to Savannah on the early train tourists go over in large numbers daily, and
Atlantic seaboard. Georgia State Democratic Conventionmet and, therefore, as worthy as possible of the yesterday morning and removed to the St. always come back delighted with the trip.

Were it not that this communication has on the 10th. and proceeded: with five memory of the grand old man. Joseph's Infirmary, where he is under treat- There is nothing more delightful in Florida -

already exceeded limit I had without choice. Salmi been assailed ment by Dr. Stone. He is badly wounded travel. The whole_ trip can be made from
proposed ballots making a The first Morse has once more
my ,..... '
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A intended (in answer to many inquiries) to ballot stood: Boynton, 139;:: Bacon 145 ; and enjoined from performing the Passion I also cut in the breast near the heart, in back dinner at the elegant Egmont at Fernandina.And .

give some proximate idea of the time re- McDaniel, 36 ; Cook, 14 ; Simmons, 6. On Play. The fact is, however, that popular and arms. this means a great deal. For a longtime

quired for this work, but must defer it, as I the fifth ballot Boynton had 143 and Bacon sympathy is gradually turning his way, for The difficulty originate the refusal of : the Egmont enjoyed the reputation of
the to obey orders. It seems he was i the best table in Florida. If thereare
wish to give some proximate idea of both 152. The convention then adjourned until the the behavior of the agents of tie various negro keeping
ordered to go forward to work and refused, others in the State that equal it now it .
the time and cost of the two projects, that is next day. On the 11th eleven ballots were Christian societies shows an animus and a at the same time drawing knife and swear- is because they have improved and not that

to say, the chimerical ship canal at a lowest taken. On the twelfth ballot Boynton had malice anything but worthy the pause of religion ing that he would die first. He made. rush ?mont has deteriorated. Colonel GeorgeW.g !

cost of $50,000,000, and the practical steam- 147 ; Bacon, 153: necessary toa; choice, 176. which they profess to uphold. A toward the officer, who drew his pistol in defense of Pittsfield, Iass., who gave it t
and fired, the ball taking effect in the this splendid reputation, still manages its
boat and barge canal at a. maximum cost of In the evening, on the seventeenth ballot, number of gentlemen-strong churchmenat stomach. A few minutes later when the bill of fare and its internal comforts and ele- .

$10,000,000, possibly only 1000000. the vote stood: Boynton, 147?; Bacon, 155; that-have written to Mr. Morse that officer went to his trunk, and was bending gancies with that consummate skill and courtesy -

Meantime let us hope that the engage- McDaniel, 31 ; Cook, 15. Toe conventionthen they sympathize with him, and that if he down. the negro approached and, with a I that make him the prince of hotel mei
knife, stabbed him in several places, inflicting -without a superior anywhere.It .
ments of our Chief Magistrate will not prevent adjourned over until th j 12th, when a needed support to carry on his legal battlesin dangerous wounds.:: The wounded man is surprising to us that the great mass

his surveying the sites of the twin special committee eighteen >vas appointedto his behalf they would be glad to furnish fell to the floor, where he lay bleeding. of tourists do not take in Fernandina on v

cities by the sea, significantly alluded to by effect compromise. The jcommittee reported him all the funds he reqt' red. One of them Some of the crew seized the enraged negro their return home. Its delightful ocean

the New York Sun and other Northern in favor of H. McDaniel, of Walton said that he now thoroughly understood the and prevented him from completing his breezes, its unequalled beach, Dungenessand
murderous designs. He was placed in safe the Egmont, make up an array of at-
journals. As we may now confidently hope; county, who was thereupon nominatedby hypocritical methods of certain societies, keeping and turned over to the authoritiesat tractions that ought to draw. them irresistibly '

that long before the expiration of his term acclamation Everybody was happy,and and thought that the cause' of morality Brunswick on the arrival of the boat at Western people particularly would enjoy -

of office, we may have the gratification of the nomination universally approved. Mr. would be done a service if they were defeated the wharf. It is not known yet whether the a sight of the sea and a whiff of its air.
shot will fatal. The wounded officer But to Fernandina
'prove enjoy must at
one stop
McDaniel went into the convention with and shown in theirtrue character.
section
welcoming President Arthur to our up
was brought to the city as soon as possible, the Egmont. Jay Gould recently pro-
, on the auspicious occasson '. of turning the only 36 votes, but proved thej winning man. There will be less moving this month and and every attention is given to effect his recovery nounced it the best hotel he had seen southof I _

i"" first sod" of the canal which will unite the Mr. McDaniel will, of course,;;be elected. on the first of May than there has been for I .Savannah News. New York.-Times-Union.

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A CLEAR CASE. \ the middle height; her slender supple he had only known her seven days. However Forgive me for coming for but I longed
you
I I quite possible that
4' discoveries
figure moved across the with he may be made
R grassy carpet decided that it would be best for so much to see you I felt that I must see the ,
; ; :::4 Auburn hair inclined to curl bewitching grace. Large Oriental eves, full him to depart at once, before any tender im- you or die! 'You know promised to importance of which will thrill the
!! Honest eyes and winning smile i of liquid lustre, softly gleamed from beneath pression he had unwittingly made should come again to the camp.." you whole civilized world with wonder and
-::+' Form to set the brain awhirl eyebrows black as night. The finelychiselednose sink too deeply for her peace of mind. I know I did, Melita but I acted as I interest.-Memphis Appeal.
t! oj :, Lips that might a saint beguile: the lips like Cupid's bow," the softly- Melita was the first to break the silence. thought for the best. I wished; to us
THE
tJ' That's the girl. rounded chin, might have served as modelsto Do you know why I asked you to returnto both the pain of a parting.. spare PANAMA CANAL
I .f a modern Phidias. The abundant hair the camp?" Then without waiting for a A faint gratified smile broke over the wan There has been a general feeling in this
I ,. Taller than the maiden coy, was of a lighter tint than the eyebrows, and reply, she continued : "I felt that I could features of the gypsy as Melville uttered the country that the Panama Canal would never
Truthful, fearless, handsome,strong, of a rich, warm brown. The complexionwas not remain in safety near the water." word both.; be completed despite M. de Lesseps' preparations -
< q f Heart of gold without alloy, also somewhat lighter in color than the "In safety near the water! What in the But you appeared fatigued," he contin- and initiation of operations. Later
.;.l'. Halting ne'er 'twixt right and wrong; ordinary gypsy type, but still sufficiently world do you mean ?" was her companion's ued. I fear you are ill. You can tell me intelligence does much towards doing awav
J ;.11 That's the boy. dark to show that she came of Bohemian astonished exclamation. another time-to-morrow-how foundme. with this impression. M. de Lesseps means

> &, Window festooned with rime stock. Smiling sadly Melita answered: Have Meantime I will ring the bell you for the business, and does not intend to sacrifice
? panes Gallantly springing to his feet, and ex- never felt almost uncontrollable impulse the time and money already expended.
S W Leafless trees and hillsides bare you an servant; she will conduct you to a room The
: ; his hand Melville track of the canal has
tending offered to been
already laid
"f: Town clock chime conduct -an impulse you could not account where you can get some rest, of which you bare
sounding midnight's
her to a place at the evening meal, for-to do rash act to throw by cutting away the trees and underbrush
':;: Street lamps here and there. some yourself. must be in need. 1 have no fear of your ,
glimmering with an air as respectful as if he had been from and complete surveys have been made
some into
k. That s the time. dizzy height, or plunge some : brother. He is hardly likely to come againto as to
;;1'.. accosting an English duchess. But the rapid stream, and thus end at once and for the same place. He is, doubtless, miles the route and character of the soil through
'; ; :.,: Nestling at the mountain's base, gypsy girl refused the proffered hand, and ever all the cares and sorrows of life?" away by this time,searching for you.." which the canal is to be built.
l With its one long quiet street seating herself by the side of her brother, "My youth, :Melita," he said, "can scarce- The Zingari turned a pleading and timor- The Panama Star and Herald says that as
gazed with some little curiosity at the ly have had troubles sufficient to the work opens up it becomes evident
i' i: Clasped in winter's white embrace cause me ous look on :Melville. "You are not angry that
t ....- Quaint old village prime and neatThat's ; :- strange guest, and declined to partake of the to seek relief from them in a sudden and with me? I did so wish to see you !1" The that labor the will be plenty, and the feeling grows
i the place. repast. violent death." next instant an almost angry flush spread enterprise really to be pushed to
: Supper over the artist shared the con- Again, the Zingari shook her head sadly."I over her beautiful face. "Oh, why did completion, a matter in regard to which m
you
: ; Truant arm and sly embrace, tents of his large pouch with his hosts- know not," she said. But had I been come to the camp? I was happy till you there has always been considerable distrust f
Tender vows and willing ear, there is no surer passport to the heart of a al'Jnejust now I should have sought deathin came!r' A passionate flood of fears; the on the isthmus. Every steamer arriving for
t Kisses on an upturned face, gypsy than to make him a present of tobacco that running stream." Then, observing violence of which shook her slender figure some months has carried its contingent of
Whispered : Yes, I love you, dear! -and then listened with unalloyed pleasure her companion's anxious look a bright like a wind-tossed willow, served somewhatto workers in some sphere or other. Mr. Chas.
That's the case. to the musical efforts of Orlando on the smile irradiated her expressive features as relieve her excited feelings. The deep de Lesseps reached Panama February 29th
Y violin, at the same time he observed the she said : But do not be concerned; that blush suffused her face and neck, as she ex- and on the following day some of the prin-
effect of the weird instrumentation on the moment is ." cipal American supporters of the
MELITA, THE BOHEMIAN GIRL. past. claimed eagerly : "Could I not go with youas enterprise
eloquent features of the Bohemian girl, "For ever, I trust?" Melville gravely your servant-your slave-anything rather landed. Among them was Mr. Nathan Ap-
.t; I. which seemed to reflect all the varying emo asked. than remain here? I dare not return to pleton, of Boston, who is put down as one
is ? t, ;,; Towards the close of tions of the player. "Yes, for eve!l" the tribe!I"Suddenly of the original projectors of the canal. He
t'lj Scotchman a sultry summer Suddenly it occurred to him that the They had now arrived at the camp. The as she spoke, her watchful ear is the American agent of the company. The
tic day
a alighted from
: young a lovely Melita in her national costume would confession other American supporters of the scheme
S :tl.t, traveling carriage at a small inn in the village startling to which he had list- detected the sound of cautious footsteps on named
x of Monterosa Italy. In form an admirable subject for water-color ened during the last few minutes had the gravel-path beneath the window, and are connected with the'American
reply to the
1.. ,t; .,.... obsequious landlord, with whom of sketch. Turning to Orlando he inquired if strengthener Melville's resolve to leave the in another moment a man has entered the Contracting fe Dredging Company of San
;, : '' the milord class *' like guests visits he might come on the, following morning to place without delay, before further unpleasant room. Francisco and Panama. Work on the main
were
angels'
:p few and far between," he announced his intention -, the camp and take a sketch of his sister. incidents occurred. He would return to I It is Orlando With a look of fiendish first line from Fox river will begin as soon as the
'.. of remaining for a couple of days, Melita overheard the whispered request,, the inn at the village and dispatch a hasty ; hate upon his grim and pallid visage, he Hercules dredger arrives. The dredgesare
. desired to be shown to his room and ordered and her dusky cheek for a moment deepened note to Melita, saying that he was unexpect- I dashes himself upon Melville! and the dag- being constructed in Philadelphia, and
', f coffee to be served in the parlor. In a few with gratified vanity as she smilingly assented edly compelled to leave immediately for ger which glitters in his right hand has laborers.each one of Mobile them is to do the work of 2,500
'' minutes he descended to the public room of to the inquiringglanee of her brother. Bologna. In this way he hoped to avoid come down with deadly effect-and in an- Register.
... : the inn, and with much relish sipped the When about to depart, Frank heard with the awkwardness of a personal farewell. other moment the assassin is gone.
; :) :' -.: cup of refreshing coffee which the landlord some surprise that lie was only a couple of Although he felt that such conduct mightbe A piercing shriek rang through the house THE SHIP CANAL
h; :r ; ,. had brought in, and, declining the cigars miles from Monterosa, so confused had been termed shabby after the hospitality he and as the frightened inmates enter the The building of a ship canal across the
q ,,-. _' proffered by the latter, proceeded to till and his attempts to find his way through the had received from the gypsies, and D1e ita's chamber they behold the lifeless form of1 peninsula of Florida is almost a fixed act,
w.: \ ; light a favorite meerschaum, and, blowing labyrinth of trees. Orlando volunteered to kindness and good nature in sitting by the the hapless gypsy girl in the arms of Mel as our information comes from a source per
3c :." ry: clouds of fragrant smoke toward the low conduct him to the ,outskirts of the wood ; hour as the model for his picture he felt ville. She had cast herself between her fectly reliable and the commencement of
,' ,, ceiling, was soon immersed in a brown and, accepting the offer, he bade adieu to also that anything was better than a scene. brother and his victim, and had received the this gigantic enterprise will take place in the
Y study. the lovely Melita. During Orlando's brief'escort It was both an act of kindness and a duty to fatal blow. Her last dying gaze was fisedon very near future. The project at the pres-
," The traveler, whose name was Frank Melville spoKe little, for before his nip in the bud an attachment he could not the countenance of the man she had ent time is claiming considerable attention
'. '. : Melville, was about 28 years of age, and a mind's eye was the eloquent glance of the return. The first thing to be done, however loved, and whom she died to save. from Western producers.The .
:p' good specimen of manly beauty. Exactly gypsy girl. Even daring the fitful watchesof was to possession of the picture. Frank :Melville is now a prominent artist. canal will reduce freight, time and
', six feet "in his stockings," his figure was so the night and J in his disturbed dreamsllelita's Turning to his companion he said : [e1ita, He has never married, and is likely to re- insurance, giving further impetus to the
' ', ,f t. well proportioned that )"oudid not give him face appeared again and again ; and I[ am going to remove the picture to the vil- main a bachelor until the end. His adven- immense grain trade that must come to New
h ,' .: credit for more than the height. it was with unrefreshed sensations that he lage to-day." ture with the gypsies is engraven on his Orleans from natural channels of commerce.
:y His short, curly light brown average hair fitly beheld the morning sun shining throughthe A suspicious glance shot from her lus- heart and mind in characters which death Grain is now transported from St. Louisto
framed a countenance ruddy with health windows of the'inn. trous eyes. You! are going away-I feel only can obliterate. The place of honor in Liverpool for fifteen cents per bushel ; a
K .. "", and sparkling with good humor, while the it! I shall never see you again !1" his studio is occupied by a large picture, ship canal through Florida will, in freight-
: deep blue eyes shone with intelligence. He : II. The artist laid his hand on her's, and as painted by himself of a beautiful brunetteof and insurance, reduce it fully three or four
, was an artist, and seized the first opportunity "This is your last sitting Melita. It was he did so he felt the hand he held tremble.An eighteen summers, in the costume of a cents; and on the shipment of grain from
to put into execution a long-cherished on the morning of the seventh day after irresistible temptation seized him, and gypsy. When any one inquires as to the New Orleans alone, fifteen million bushels,
K'i intention of making a tour in Italy ; and the Frank Melville had first met the Zingari he kissed her. He felt that he was taking a name and origin of the subject, he repliesin make a saving to producers of over half a
4. desire of beholding fresh scenes had induced that these words were spoken. The long and everlasting farewell; and thus a tone which discourages further ques- million dollars. The above does not include
i him to turn aside considerably from the Scotchman was putting the finishing touchesto young they parted, without another word being tions: "She was an Italian gypsy"-Cham pork or other products of the Mississippiand
' '.- well-beaten route pursued by the ordinary a large water-color drawing representing spoken between them. ber's Edinburgh Journal. Ohio river valleys.-Ocala Banner.
- After he had
tourists. proceeded some little distance -
Melita as a gypsy queen. The progress of he turned and waved his hand After eating each meal take dose of
He had hitherto to the a
,, ... experienced great pleas the work had been watched by the tribe THE GREAT ECLIPSE. Brown's Iron Bitters. It
who still remained where he had left helps digestion
girl
i J; ;,1 ure" in his tour. But nevertheless, when the with mingled feelings of wonder and de- ,
; her, as motionless as a statue. On the sixth of May next there will be an relieves the full feeling about the stomach.
R shades of evening began to fall, he generally light; and the girls dark eyes shone with -ut'%lirtoa: r\F-- flu..- cnn: .. r\f 6 VO...6.1*",* .Gris..1- ""''.?.'il.. %..n.L"f ar'.>.f\ot-...,... -
> felt somewhat solitary and longed for some pleasure and pride as she looked the k
" upon The total part of an eclpseusually lasts
'ICT ,: companion with whom to compare notes life-like portrayal of her wondrous beauty. III. about two minutes. The opportunity is a Professional and Business Cards. i
and exchange ideas. On the particular evening The knowledge which the artist Frank Melville of
f. young was a man prompt ac- golden one. There will be time to notice -
c on which our story opens he felt more possessed of gypsy manners and customs tion. Within an hour of his return to the with a completeness hitherto, since our instruments DR. IV. E. SNYDER,
than usually restless and low-spirited. A had placed him on a special footing with inn, he had left the village Monterosa, were perfected, impossible, that
1 :. craving for some excitement took possession Melita and the other members of the band, first dispatching a brief note to Melita, telling wondrous envelope of the sun, the chromo- HH
..; _:\ of him. But in the quiet secluded village so that they almost'regarded him as one of her that urgent business called him sphere with which, and its adjuncts, physicists Z gc
y ., ;.'. a': ,'"':,' of Monterosa, what excitement. mental or themselves, and referred to matters in his away, and regretting the necessity for his are eager to become more perfectly ac- > oV
physical, could be found? presence which they would have carefully sudden departure. He then took up his quainted. Questions of great moment await )
:
.f'1 i :I ..! There being no other way open to him of shunned in the case of any other "hous'edweller. quarters at a small village about twenty solution, and the unusual duration of this !:
!; ;" passing the time, he decided to try a stroll. ." Melita would sometimes speakof miles from his former halting place, and de- eclipse will give a long coveted opportunity.The 1Z .=..,
'; '."' The narrow, irregular street of the village the pleasures of her nomadic life ; its termined to remain there for a day or two sun is all in all to us. We are dependent W .-... ---
i :: -I was almost deserted nothing was to be liberty and freedom from its health- until he had decided .
; seen care, on his future plans. upon it, and our world is a mere adjunct :
;, except some children playing in the sand giving character, its opportunity for the .Un......,.&1',1.<;..., nH'.UV&"'n V MlhWJVY,ln..wnnnn,7 .Y 1"\rn<0" ua tv:; \"\V*rt.i*_!. and satellite to that grand center of our ,I Jl
;1 and geese walking in long procession, tackl study of the changing seasons, the animals possible., in consequence of parting from the system. What the sun is ; why its surfaceis
:l ,: ,;: ling as they went. Striding rapidly onward, and birds abounding in the fields and charming Zingari. In vain did he endeavor, continually changing and in commotion ; OPERATIONS FIRST-CLASS; 20 years'
i, ;, :Melville soon came to the outskirts of the woods ; on whichoccasion Frank would by writing, reading, and sketching, to ban- why the atmosphere of that body is com- ; charges reasonable. Sets
; ..J", : ;,, village and plunged into the forest. The feel his pulse beat, faster, until he almost ish her image from his thoughts. Whereverhe posed of what we may call a steam of of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and
i ,.J'.+ 't luxuriant leafage of the stately trees, whichi yearned to resign the feverish and tumultuous went or whatever he did, the gypsy iron and copper and other metals, that every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -
: : i : ,' were in the full vigor of theirgrowth, naturally life of cities, and casting his lot with girl's face was always before him. form when condensed, the rain that falls Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
'.,..' .'.i :.' obtained his chief admiration. The air those who dwell in tents, never more returnto On the evening of the third day after he upon the globe of the sun ; what are the made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand
; 'I' F. was scented with the odor of fresh resin and the walks of ordinary life. had left Monterosa, he was seated in the spots, and what causes them to form, and advice free, and willingly given. 10
sanetuary! : In reply to his observation that this washer little parlor of the village inn. He had many other problems the scientists are
\. : l prevailed, more however, to last sitting, the:; Zingari cast down her hired two rooms, his bed-room being immediately panting for opportunity to solve, and six LOUIS A. C. LANGE,
\: : j.t, increase his depression than to afford him eyes and murmured : I am very sorry" behind the sitting room, and bothon minutes instead of two promises much. An- PHOLSTERER.
.-.' 'j \"; the mental stimulus for which he craved. "Sorry, Melita? I can assure you that, as the ground floor. The landlord entered other problem, which it is: hoped an eclipseof U SADDLE AM HARNESS-MAKER: i
j',I ; He had walked a smart for a general rule the last is and said visitor wished
to
sitting him.
,,; pace some thirty always a a see When the duration of this one may solve has Foot of Centre Street
] ", 1" '" minutes, when the sudden sinking of the day of rejoicing-at"least to the sitter." Frank was wondering who it could be, a long puzzled astronomers. It" is this: A ,
': F'' : sun and the deepening of the warned But will that the heard in the and FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
; twilight you go away, now pic- step was passage, young number of planets circulate around tbe.sun.
; 'k .:..ti'-: ;I him that it was time to retrace his steps. ture is finished?" gypsy: brushed past the landlord and confronted The first the nearest to the sun at present Furniture repaired in the best manner.
i : Turning back he was soon conscious that he He was not certain, but he rather fancied his guest. It was Orlando! His known is the planet:fereun50me astrono- Hair Mattresses made to order at short
:' f:.. had lost his way and began to lament his that he saw a pearly tear as she spoke these swarthy countenance wore an expression of mers,observing the sun with good telescopes, notice. 36
; i ,1' : imprudence in venturing so far in an unknown words. bitter vindictiveness. declare they have seen a little black bead JAMES JIcGIFFIX
; :' and apparently trackless forest without Well," he answered, "my stay here is Melville held out his hand and uttered a crossing: the face of the sun at times. This ,
,:, t i-; i'," having taken some bearings by which coming to an end, I must admit, but I can welcome in the gysy language. But Or- little black bead can easily be understood by C ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
j' 'i .. to shape 1 his course. afford a few days more. Come, let us havea lando took no notice of the outstretchedhand those who witnessed the crossing of the sun
:!: : Just as.he was beginning to resign himself stroll." or the voung Scotchman's salutation.His by the planet Venus some weeks ago. But Alachua Street between Second and Third
'i;,,' ,i to a night under the trees he discerned Slowly the pair walked in the direction ofa left hand played nervously with a long this dark body* was not Venus nor was it ,
I;! .. the smoke of a fire at distance and stream the which stuck looselv in FERNANDINA, FLA.
k'' no great running near gypsy encamp- bright knife his Mercury ; they were in other parts of their
: '; ;.t heard in the still evening air the notes of a ment. "Melita, I must make you some re- belt. Where is Melita?" orbits;therefore the black bead was a planet I Orders and estimates from a distance carefully -
I ". ,i :: violin. A walk of a few minutes brought turn for your good nature in sitting to me. The words were uttered in an intense that is situated nearer the sun than Mercury. attended to. 25-tf
,". ,,;1 him to the scene. In the shelter of the What shall I give you?" whisper, the while his coal-black eyes, lurid Those who say they have seen this inter-
,\ l' walls of an old ruined castle were seated The girl's dark eyes flashed indignantlyas with some hidden emotion were fixed on planet are of sufficient authority, taken to W. K. BAUKXIGHT,
: ; i. some twenty or thirty gypsies, grouped in she raised them to those of the speaker, Melville, as if he would read his inmost gether, to make astronomers think there AGENT,
., :.;' \"arietyofpicturesque attitudes around and Melville beheld an expression on those thoughts. may be such a planet; but the observations, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
f, ;, :. l": the customary triangle, from which hung a lovely features which he had never seen before Melita 1 Is she not with you? I have in number in minuteness and in accuracy, T>UTCHER AND STOCK DEALER.
', ; LI : 1 ; large pot over a wood-fire. The men wore -an expression which warned him to not seen her since I left the camp." have not been sufficient to satisfy scientific Jj AXDDealer
... ; I I: waistcoats, ornamented with large silver beware of the passionate Italian blood which The gypsy paused. Then heasked : minds that there is an inter-planet. There in Ice
': buttons, which glittered in the firelight; the coursed in the gypsy's veins. He therefore "Is that the truth?'' may be-with a totality of eclipse of six TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY
\ +, I : women-at least the younger ones-scarlet hastened to explain. Melville sprang to his feet, his face aflame minutes there is good reason to expect thatif BRoox ,
: 1'1' .:, bodices and chemisettes trimmed with "Not Melita I did not with STREET WHARF,
gold money, ; mean anger. such a planet exists, it will be seen. At
.:, : :l c' 1; embroidery, and round their necks rows of that-of course not. But what is there you "If you were not Melita's brother I would other times, if there is such a planet, it can- 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
c ,'l'I. glass beads. A few withered old crones would like to have for your picture?" throw you out of the window !r' was his not be seen on account of its nearness to the
: : :':,' yellow and toothless, who served as foils to Melita grasped both his hands within her passionate exclamation. sun burying it,so to speak, in the sun's light. WJI. B. C. DURYEE,
: : i ;: 1" their younger companions, completed the soft, warm palms, and, looking fixedly at Again the gypsy paused, perfectly un- The possibility alone of making this discovery -
}S j! ::'I band. As the fire gleamed and flashed on him, whispered : moved by the angry reply. He had never certainly gives unusual interests to the GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
I t' ::' the picturesque group, so bright with color, Give me your picture in return for mine. lifted his piercing eyes from Melville's face approaching eclipse. The full six minutes
'; ;, Melville longed for the pencil of a Salvator Then when you are far away beyond the sea during'the interview. Apparently satisfied, gives room for strong hopes ; but-ah! thereis CENTRE ST., SEAR R. R. DEPOT,
"' :- : Rosa, that he might preserve the scene forever in your own country, that will remind me he now extended his hand and said: a but in this case as in so many others.
: ""t,. on canvas. of these happy days,and of the stranger who "I believe you." The "but" here is a rather singular one. FERNANDINA FLA.
: !\1 '. .t The gypsy who had been performing on was so kind to me." "But stay, Orlando," Melville replied. This six minutes gives precious time, but-
't t .-', the violin ceased playing at the approach of "I am glad that I can comply with your "Tell me what has happened. Where is by a strange fatality-there is scarcely earth Hay, Corn, Oats
:. r'( .i : Melville, and, speaking in excellent Tuscan, request at once," replied Melville; "but I Melita?" space to see it in. The path along which
4 ,I', c; :, invited him to be seated and join in their wish that you had chosen something else. I "I only know that she left the camp directly the eclipse can be seen passes over the sea, O. S. OAKES
S :.: primitive repast. Melville accepted the invitation am, afraid my photograph is a poor recom- she received your letter." except a narrow strip of land in the South C
r A,; as frankly as it was given. From pense for all your patience and kindness in "And where are you going now?" Pacific ocean. Solid ground in South ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
boyhood the Zingari, their origin, strange sitting to me. See,:I have some with me in "To find her, if I can," sullenly replied America and in Australia is just missed
> customs and wanderings, had been a favorite my pocket-book." Orlando, as he strode rapidly from the most unfortunately ; also nearly all the, MANUFACTURES
; .subject of study with him. He had read With these words Frank took a carte room, leaving Frank a prey to the most torturing Pacific islands. One of them however, is DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES .
many of the books describing these wonder- from his pocket and:handed it to her. Me suspense and anxiety.But within the line of the eclipse; a coral reef OF ALL SIZES.
i r I: ful people, Borrow's Zincoli among the rest; lita gazed earnestly several moments at the this was not of long duration. As.he among the Flint and Caroline Islands is the Post Office Box 174.
:. And was familiar with a considerable portion young Scotchman's; happy lineamentsitwas sat by the window musing on the strangeness spot, and there an American expedition is jan4 Fernandina Fla
i )' of the vocabulary of the Italian gypsies; indeed a capital likeness-and as she did so, of the girl's sadden disappearance, the to be stationed. The party leaves New York ,
,j :: the manners and habits of this roving her cheeks became pale,and the hand which shadow of a human figure was projected this month for Panama, thence to Callao,
t w : race had always possessed for him a peculiarand held the picture trembled visibly. Then upon the newspaper which lay unheeded at Peru ; thence to the Caroline Islands 10 BOOKS AND STATIONERY.:

," ;, fascinating interest. placing the picture in her bosom, the Bohemian his feet. Looking up, he beheld Melita! south latitude, and 105 west longitude.
In a few minutes Frank was discussing a murmured: Hastening to the door he opened it and 1 led The spot is a mere reef. In 1874 the whole HORACE DREW
; portion of a hedgehog, which, rubbed with "It shall never leave my heart!1" Adding her into the room. collection of the dots of islands had only
: '.' ," garlic and stuffed with walnuts, had been after a pause, "Come. let us return to the Have you seen your brother Orlando?" thirty inhabitants one of whom was a stray "Oookseller, Stationer,
1 ? roasted on a spit over a quick fire. camp." he asked. Englishman of the Robinson Crusoe stripe. J Printer and Binder.
i" ( Where is Melita?" exclaimed the violin- Retracing their steps, they walked on for "Orlando here?" came in accents tremulous After the eclipse the party will return to the
t. player, whose name was Orlando. "What some moments in silence. Melville was by with fear from the girl's white lips as Hawaiian Islands and San Francisco making School Books and
L has become of her?" no means a vain man, but of course he was she slowly sank into Melville's arms in a 12,000 miles by sea and 3,000 by land. Orange WrapsNOW
; Our tourist was in the act of raising a cup not ignorant of the. fact that he was hand- half-fainting condition. Speedily recovering Of the party one is to look for the inter- A SPECIALITY.
of some very good Sicilian wine to his lips, some. An unpleasant suspicion crossed his herself, however, she darted an apprehensive planet, another to make spectroscopic observations
d when his look fell upon a vision feminine e mind.U Can it be," he asked himself, glance towards the door, and said : .' If of the solar corona another observes pr- Liberal discounts to Teachers and
I beauty such as he had never before seen in "that this young girl has fallen in love with he finds me here he will kill you !I" the contacts and so on, and there will be a Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on
'I all his travels. Through the opening of a me?" Then, as heremembered: her warm, "Calm yourself-don't be alarmed, Me photographist from London. About the 1st application.
tent came a young girl, apparently not more sensuous nature and' the violence of her pas lita : no harm shall happen." of June next it is expected we shall hear 59 W. BAY STREET, ..
r }4F than eighteen years of age. Slightly above sion, he shuddered..But,on the other hand, "Ah, you know not Orlando's nature! what success the party have had, and it i is JACKSONVILLE FLA.i .
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TIlE TRUCK-FARMERS AND THE ed by a State appropriation of $8,000 for the GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY
ETC.
RAILROAD COMMISSION. support of the colored university Atlanta. ,
Last this institution. was attended by = --- ---
year ---
There was a meeting at Albany last week 341 pupils. The agricultural college at AB. A'OYES,
truck-farmers of Lee Mitchell and E. DOTTI1IINVITES
of the counties for the of Athens, with its branch institutions at Da- (Successor to W. A. SAXBOBN), H.
or-
Dougherty purpose '
lonega.Milled evillerho lIasville and Cuth-
and which resultedin Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in
ganization cooperation, bert, all share in the benefits of the fund. In '.
association to be called the I -
a permanent Truck Farmers' Union, with that Texas a successful college is in operation GROCERIES, :PROVISIONS, SRI STORES, ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND Y.RIEDSSORTIEXT
"Albany OFt
with 258 pupils. In Virginia the college at
sterling farmer, bee-keep and excellent citi- Blacksburg was attended last by 48 CHOICE WISES ASD LIQUORS: HAY, GRAIN, yS
M
II. L. Long of Lee county, as president year !
zen. students and has a promising future while j
and Colonel Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near '
Joseph Armstrong as sec
Mr. II. M. Mcintosh of the one-third of the Government fund is givento Steamboat Landing, I
retary. Albany 1'1 FINE
the support of the colored institute at FAMILY
and Advertiser also made l GROCERIES [}
jMrtw was special Hampton. In West Virginia, Louisiana, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA..
corresponding secretary and treasurer. North Carolina and Tennessee the Government -_ ...!.. _
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The proceedings were interesting, covering Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. 1* ZC.. ? ;
grant has been given to State colleges rt t
the whole ground of the truck-farm Evans. Special rates Merchandise in
which were founded before the war, and is .
business and out in the mat- large quantities. '
starting right
doing much to-place them a substan- EMBRACING XEA LY EVERYTHING IX THIS
upon LINE, ALSO IS THAT OF
for Hazard
of action to the ad'ant.ages Agent Manufacturing
ter of concert secure Compa-
tial footing. In all the States, indeed the
On this the ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE
of transportation. subject -the
aid extended to education to have
resolutions Ilobt. J. Bacon seems best in the world.
following by
FANCY
been used with. a wisdojn and discretion IMPORTED GROCERIES.W
,
discussion Agent for B. F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED
were, after lengthy !,adopted: which have borne excellent fruit.
WIIKBEAS, Truck farming in South Geor- PLOWS.
The admirable use which has been madeof
gia has been fostered and encouraged from the land grant of 1862 is the best possible Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSONVILLE ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS '
its verybeginniug by Savannah, Florida t3
vindication of the principle of extending
and the Central Rail-
& Western Railway Federal aid to education in the States. .
road, and that it is to the interest of these Throughout the South, and especially in PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. ,

roads that diversified farming should become South Carolina such aid is urgently needed Building Material !
these lines and.
general on ; and the more the better. The task of ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF y .
WHEREIS It is the sentiment of this meeting -
enlightening the mass of illiteracy aroundus
composed of residents and truck farmers + '
'
/11
'
is a well-nigh hopeless one, unless it be -t +

roads on will these do two all in railroads their power, tlmt in the aid said of aided Charleston by Congress..Per's.Doa'T with an unstinting hand. BRICK, LIME, HAIR, I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES 1 I-_" 1 .

truck-farming ; therefore, be it
Resolved. That we deprecate any tendencyon WASTE MONEY cm trashy extracts PLASTER, CEMENT: -+- ttt* +-

the the Railroad part of Commission truck-farmers to to fix appeal rates to of when you can buy a lasting.perfume so de- SIIINGLES"DOORS !L THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED. ; x
lightfully) fragrant and refreshing as Flor-
fruits and but
transportation of vegetables;
that we prefer for the railroads to make eston Cc cgne. SASH, BLINDS.

their own rates satisfied, as we are, that no NEW GOODS
Received
A BEXEFICIENI AcrlOx.-The miserable
by Steamer
injustice will be done the producer. looks and feeling of those confined at desksor PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT ., Every ..,h

Resolved, That we earnestly solicit all the work tables, are caused by weak Stomach, J
railroads in Georgia to cooperate with us in -
Kidneys, or Bowels. Parkers's Ginger Tonic
our efforts to diversify the products of Geor- without intoxicating has such a beneficient Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA, FLA. ,
gia, and thereby to increase the prosperityof action on these organs and so cleanses the FRED W. HOYT & 00'SSECOND ,

our State. poisonous matters from the system, that STREET, Near Centre.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutionsbe health
rosy cheeks and good are soon
sent to the presidents and superintendents back ,
brought again.-Express.
of the Savannah. Florida & Western -. COLLINS&COIJHARTFORDEstablished

and the Central railroads.The Ill health generally- comes- from lack of the C. H. HUOT,

adoption of these resolutions indicates proper life forces in the blood. To restore 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
that the truck-farmers of Lee Mitchell
,
the blood to a healthy state use Brown'sIron
and Dougherty are not favorably impressedwith : Bitters. -DEALER IN-

the functions of the State Railroad _!: '

Commission, and, deprecating appeal to < .
that source for the modification of freight : OHANDLERYGroceries yX,

charges, choose to be left to make their own IB LEY' Nil @@Is
,
terms with the railroads satisfied that no ,,
injustice will be done the producers.And .
should ., Hardware, ..YG
this is sound policy. Why
OEED e ,
the railroads do injustice to producers? :

What would the railroads do without the DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
"
i producers? One of the principal aims of OF ALL PLANTS, FOR ALL CROPS, : \

., \ the railroads is to build up, to create, pro- FOR ALL CLIMATES.: Second Street,
ducers where they are not, in order that VTo are tie: lirjsst formers, l::r -est seed CTOTVcr. -
they may themselves grow and prosper by .? :.aJ Iar rcs3t seed Icaicra asyv\Iicrc; he ,..oli.ra -
the industries they set in motion. Is not greatest facilities for r=::'UdIl:;Kc.st r'ece.t: vie FERNANDINA, FLA.
the growth of the truck-farming business in A:Z our Seelt ere letted,tad Oily the best tent C.,!.
Oar Annual Catalogue and Price List brings Ti'il
the far-off sections from the markets suffi- GREATEST SEED STORE IN T1I.J OF
cient proof of this? Railroad companiesare WOULD TO YOUR OWN DOOR. It includes FERNANDINA
not the people who kill the goose that all the desirable new and standard varieties'
lays the golden egg.'*-Savannah Nem.EDUCATION.. of Flower Vegetable, Field and Tree Seeds, anaPLints.
------ -- --- Sent FREE to any address. Axes Hatchets Picks Ef;
NATIONAL AID FOR HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. Seed::.aicnILochester. {(STEAM ]} {[SAW ] [MILL:] rS t
,'N.Y.and ,J!?. ,
Chicago
The National Bureau of Education has : *> ,# *< ,Iit.> ____,_*

issued an interesting; report on the progress --- AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY" '

of industrial education in the United States. DRUGS MEDICINES ETC. C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also
In 1862 a bill was passed bv Congress; set- .
ting aside 9,000,000 acres of the public lands
for the benefit of colleges to be establishedin DR. J. D. PALMER. T. W. PALMER. H.AS constantly on hand- FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf

the various States for agricultural educa all sizes and from $5 $30. '
PALMER BRO'S prices to Also, Plowing Machines.
tion. This land was apportioned among the .1 dLumber by Cargoes.Office .
States according to their representation in Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues &c.,

Congress, the grant amounting to 30,000 i : I--I I I on Second Street. vie by writing to the makers, !t ,

acres States for, instead each of representative.108t taking the lands, accepted of the 1HPH Ri I ACisTS COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York. '

,; Government scrip. The original; proceedsof k
this gift of the Government amounted to II II II II II- HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS !

8059205. This has been further increased GUARANTEED TO CURB ALL CASES OF

,I by Government endowment, until the fund Centre Street, near Depot, I INDIGESTION LOST APPETITE. BILIOUSNESS; '
now amounts to $11,904,705.The DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH FOUL BREATH
funds have been differently used by We invite your attention to our COSTIVENESS ENLARGED SPLEEN, COLIC, &C.
.
various States In Massachusetts, Pennsylvania FERNANDINA, FLORIDA..BSOLUTELY BeT.J.B.Graves,Editor and Proprietor"Baptist[ ," J. R.Johnson M, D.. of Abbeville Mias. Aug. ,
Ohio, and in some of the Northwestern Memphis Ten says: 1 received a package of roar L 11.1882> says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medical L
I Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It! College and have practiced thirty-five years. I use
1 Glassware
States, nourishing Industrial Schools Crockery works like a charm.I want no better Liver Regulator f your medicine In m y practice. It Is not only a good
have been established by the additional aid \ I URE and certainly no more of ZeUin'a mixture. Liver Medicine,but it Is a sovereign remedy for tlar.
of appropriationswhile in other States Bev.E.A.Hnffins,Franklin.By. Rev.J.S.Beasley of Summerton. ?
and offer Goods in these lines low Aug."82,says: It Is the best medicine 8 O.,Jan.82.says: I have used Zell-
our
which received small DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED as as
comparatively sums I have ever taken In my life. It in's preparation great deal.but find
under the provisions of the land grant, the the lowest.. is curing me of Dyspepsia Send me your medicine altogether superior
Chamber Toilet Sets of
another > in its
package. Must have it. effect on the system.The best.
proceeds have been turned over to well-es Bev. J. L. Brittaln, of Blountsville,I
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Dr.S. Mansfield, Wholesale Druggist, Memphis
tablished classical schools. In some of the very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, ,-- Ala.March 1882,says: I suffered with Tenn,says: Have sold it 30 years; my predecessor i
Southern States the National endowmentfund Y torpid liver and coativeness.and your sold it many years before me.That this medicine is a
Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin medicine cured me My wife has used It I good one.no one can deny:and that it Is the true and
has been supplemented by State ap- Standard :Patent Medicines, with admirable effect for sick-headache-1 genuine!:Simmons Liver Medicine'none dare painsay I
propriations. Colored pupils are not received Chamber Sets all colors; WoodenWare Original and Only Genuine. Estab. 1810.1 ,

in any of the agricultural schools in of all kinds Put up in 25c.and $1.packages[
the South except in Virginia, Georgia. Mississippi -| Fancy TOILET, Articles |- ; and Housekeeping and bottles by :
and South Carolina in each of which Utensils generally. ;.F.SIMMONS&. CO... .LOUIS.Ma ,

States a part of the fund received from the t

Government has been devoted to the sup- PERFUMERY, FRED "V. HOYT & CO.M ,
port of separate colored schools. The number -

of pupils attending the agricultural LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc. DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
schools, as given in the report, 5,921., It is ,
said that the funds have been well man- WH LE ALE AND RETAIL.
aged, except that many of the States sold Especial and careful attention paidto M .!

their lands too cheaply. Rhode Island for PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS INDIAN BLOOD
by ---- --- SYRUP
instance, only realized 42 cents an acre for ; O ,
an experienced Druggist. j
the lands received by them, while California P O i
netted .3 for her lands Kansas JS3 Mu. RABB the Manager will
$ an acre $3.23, sleep a ::0 Cures all diseases or the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
and Iowa over $2 an acre. over the store, and will respond to all callsat Ir
In the main, the scheme of extending Na- night. 51 ) ( I, .,. Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
tional aid to education has worked well. H hrr
Sixteen of the States have established sep- O cflicacy in liealiiis the above named diseases, and .'

arate colleges with the funds derived from ESTABLISIIED 1875. I r, pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to JIan.

the agriculture1' land grant,and in the other -- A. B. NOTES/

States the funds have been given to establish .. I '

institutions with the design of carryingout DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES .\11 1.I"... '- GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. i, ,
-DEALER ISA -
the provisions of the law. It will be of I I ==

especial! interest in this section to know cI. et- Trade Mark.Laboratory.

what some of the Southern States are doing.In I ZI6Y'"AGENTSWANTED.. t
Supplies
Family
South Carolina the fund is devoted to & CO. O

the support of the Claflin University, a : I .
'F'
77 West Third St. New York sell it.
flourishing institution for colored youth at : H City. Druggists
HEAVY GROCERIES ;
Orangeburg. In Alabama the original fund ;

of $216,000 was allowed to increase to $253.- =I PHARMACISTSCentre 1= CEDARTOWS, GA., June 20th, 1881.
500. when it was used to found a college at Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
and Grain Indian IJlootl Syrup completely cured them.
Auburn which is now in successful opera- Hay GOGO
tion with hundred o 46 RUDIE CANTLER.
seven professors, over two (tp
students, and an income of $22,500. In Street,

Arkansas, with the Government donation H{ f'"SHIP STORESCr: DO-W:7S: : America Ahead .
of$135,000, supplemented by $130.000 given FKRXANDINA, FLORIDA,
by local agencies, a college has been estab- Z N JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALS f! sc
lisbed at under the control of hand fine
Fayetteville, constantly on a assort- Furniture, ':
General D. H. Hill. It has thirteen professors KEEP of FRESH and PURE FOR- N I G KD

and seventy students. In Kentucky a EIGN and DOMESTICDrugs Stoves NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT, I 9. .
successful college is supported out of the but contains all the medicinal properties ,

Government endowment of $165,000, whichis I I 00 of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It : o ti 6 No
and Chemicals I
supplemented by an annual appropriation ( I Paints, is very pleasant to take, and
by the State of $16,000. This institu- o Crockery, I S
-
tion now has 320 students, and althoughthe Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, y CURES INDIGESTION. HEADACHE, o z r6P k kN

denominational colleges have made a rn. Hardware, 1 I- COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC, N
hard fight against it, it is now in a prosperous Proprietary and Fancy Goods, : = .
condition. With the $228,400 received illow-ware.1 2 I II DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, t0 a ak
from the Mississippi has en- "
Government FINE TOILET ARTICLES toO I PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, p00 .
,
dowed two colleges, for white and colored E 1.= .r ,

youths respectively. Last year the State a11 Legislature appropriated $120,000 to aid PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., I! JIIII. ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy FOR SALE BYALL LEADING DEALERS. t
these institutions, and it will hereafter makeyearly IIIi r
't action. Sold by ,"aX'FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY ITS
appropriations for their maintenance. IN GREAT VARIETY. O 5 PALMER BRO'S .
,
, The college for white youths, although L..J .;, Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. To Rent.--
opened only two years ago, has nearly 300 :
,a students, and the college for colored pupils. Physicians' Prescriptions O ,I y 1Jii-t""Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA The property known Sanborn's Stores. )

.=. the Alcorn University"at Rodney, has 170. carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at i GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made i E A.pply for particulars to, 'I.
I A. B. Son.:
If In Georgia the income derived from the Na- Prices uLov as I fctatiF! :
t tional] fund is $17,914, which is supplement reasonable prices.. < without pepper. 22 I Fernandina, July l&tf.&If l lt

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; : J t : 0 THE FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL M.



THE FLORIDA MIRROR. sympathy and good will of the Democratic I EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE
,, 4, ago, and fully satisfied ourselves that the ash.. Lime, therefore economizes the use of
\ :,i' administration and the Democratic party orange tree is not indigenous to Florida ; potash.

,.:. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1883. with South Florida. This sympathy, if it SUCCESSFUL NURSERIES IN THE PINE WOODS that the sour and bitter-sweets found in our The first application of lime to moorland,

,'j,1 could be affected by the utterances of certain LIPSEY&CHEISTIE'S, NURSERy'AT ARCHER- forests were brought over by the Spaniards, or to pastures which are deficient in lime i is
often followed
by of white
a growth cloverso
SAVANNA OPPORTUNITIES. newspapers, would certainly be lessened by PINE LANDS-SUCCESSFUL EXAMPLES and were scattered through the country by abundant as:: to have led some to the con-

.. ::t: The people of Savannah have shown the course they pursue.In GROWTH OF IMPROVEMENT ALONG the missionaries and military detachments.We clusion that the plant was spontaneously

. r j1; ;" great enterprise in making their city the view of the importance of the electionsof THE TRANSIT RAILROAD. do not know of a single early workon generated in the soil. It may be observed

; 4; terminus of every railway enterprise which 1884 the Democratic party of Florida April 12,1883. Florida which speaks of finding the or- that which it can is only so rapidly plants cover with the creeping ground roots

t ::1: could be encouraged to open"'up new sections should be a unit. The Republican leadersat During a recent trip in the country we ange indigenous. If the Dispatch can show similar instance in the case of arable l land; a

4 /I! of the State. The disadvantages of a Washington already count on the divis- paid a visit to tlie nurseries of Messrs. Lip- any authority for its native oranges we may frequently be observed in the equally

':;r narrow and obstructed river have been overcome ions and dissensions in the Democratic par sey & Christie at Archer, in Alachua coun- would be glad to investigate the question' rapid covering of the soil by couch grass;
this
:.+a e' by the aid of Federal appropriations, ty, fermented by the so'-called' independent ty. These"'gentlemen, in not much more further, and if mistaken we will acknowl- all ,soils being an a graminaceous abundant supply plant,of can its find own in

;; ,i and Savannah has reached every part of her movement' to make Florida a RepublicanState. than the period I of five years, have established edge our error. proper food-silica; but lime, in many soils,

t}, ,, f: own State with her aid and enterprise. Still Shall we allow ;them to do so, and in the.pine woods of Florida a very is by no means abundant and if the supply 1

,:.. she is not satisfied. Her enterprising railroad carry us back into the condition of 1876, successful nursery of fruits adapted to culti- PRESIDENT ARTII UR. is not insufficient merely for, a the liberal dressing of is essential,

' > : ': ';; ;,0 managers have successfully exerted when our electoral vote was fraudulentlytaken vation here, and exhibit oranges, lemons, President Arthur has been only partially lime which the plant purpose takes up furnishing, but also the to

'1; themselves to make Florida also tributary from us and counted in favor of the pears, quinces, Japan plums, Japan persim- successful in his desire to have a quiet and enable the roots to be in constant contact

' t':;:.i to her. The Waycross road to Jacksonville, man who was not elected? If our South mons, etc.,,in all stages of growth, from the unofficial time in Florida. We know of no with that substance.I .
: its connection with the Transit road at Florida friends afraid of would his must observe that, although the amountof
j4 by are rings, mere cutting, or tender seedling, up to the reason why expressed wish should not lime dissolved and removed in drainage
": Callahan, taps the main line of the Florida they prefer the radical rings of the days of full-bearing tree. be regarded. Several newspaper men have waters is considerable, still the necessity of

r .' ',:. peninsula railways, and at Jacksonville the Stearns and Hart, etc., which controlled the Located upon a beautiful swell in the somehow attached themselves to his move- repeating the application after a few years

, { : ; o ,"_ great water route of the eastern coast. At affairs of the State the ,days of 3 to 4 percent pines, the growth and condition of their ments, but we observe that they occupy lime appears to a to lower be rather level due in the to a soil descent of the
where it
' : j(: Live Oak it connects with the Florida Central taxes, the days of scrip and county in- trees is equal to anything to be found in always a separate car, and travel on a sepa- l less accessible to the roots of the plants.is

,; :;.:\.o. & Western, and with the Suwanee river. debtedness-the days when men who were our richest hammocks, and the strengthand rate boat. With such a hint, we think they Lime also acts as the medium by which

: yf, 'I No sooner had the Pensacola & Atlantic not elected were counted in ? vigor of their'nursery stock gives every might gracefully retire. The President tooka nitrification takes place and the almost
entire absence of
nitrates
.": Railroad its work of construction, than For ourselves we must confess our only assurance of success to the purchaser. fishing trip to the Thousand Isles of the ing through the peat soils in the in water Scotland pass-

r 'j Savannah, Florida Western at once selected hope of a good State or Federal governmentis Such an establishment is of very great St. Lawrence last fall, and peremptorily ex- which abound in nitrogen-must be mainly

;". ;j a a point near its own western terminus in the Democratic party. We believe in value to our State in furnishing at once to cluded reporters, interviewers and represen- due to the absence of lime. A reference to

"1.,: to connect with the Pensacola road, and the selection of our ablest, wisest and most fruit-growers varieties of standard fruits tatives of the G. P. 0. We see by the press the returns in the tables shows that the
effect
I of lime is most durable
4, >" ,' 'rti when that road was completed to the Chat- honest men for public office ; we believe in which they can rely upon, and which they dispatches that he has expressed annoyance.We that are grazed; that its effects upon are very pastures goodon

i ?, '; u. tahoochee river, the brauch of the Savannah temperately criticising the< acts of our legis- lave every assurance will do well in a similar hope he will be permitted to come and virgin soil ; that it lasts longer upon good

: r' Florida & Western from Climax was lators or our executive :officers when we ; location with proper care and attention. go when he pleases, without the annoyanceof than upon bad land, and upon clays and

Say ; think they are wrong, but not indulging in Mr. Lipsey's nursery is valuable in show- being considered a public show or a Presi- amount heavy loams of soil-nitrogen than upon which light land.is nitrified The

,':' vannah freight and passengers. The bridge general disparagement and denunciation of ing what can be done in the pine woods of dential curiosity. We think we can ventureto each year must depend somewhat on the

:::.:: across the Chattahoochee being now com the men whom we have;:elected and supported average location, character and quality; nota say that should he desire to try snapper amount that the soil contains, but where

,: pleted, there is established a continuous, rich ,selected hammock, or exceptionallyfine fishing off our bar he can be assured of having each application of lime is attended with
less benefit than the preceding
one, we may
unbroken line from Savannah to New Or- as quiet a time as he desire.
of
spot ground, but in the ordinary up- may feel tolerably sure that the resources of the
.;" } leans and the Pacific,pan passu, with the THE SMALL-POX:; ALARM. land pine country, such as is seen all along As to Mr. Chandler, we have in Florida no soil have been too largely drawn upon, and

'',; opening of the line from the Atlantic ports There has been a ripple of excitement the Transit Railroad from Gainesville south. cause to be gratified by his presence, asso- that the export of fertility has been too

,I ;I';. of Florida. By the building of this one during the past week, occasioned by the appearance Thousands of acres of similar lands lie in ciated as it is with a great wrong perpetratedupon great.Lime, therefore, acts in a double capacity
" '.' .. short branch, of 25 miles Savannah all of small-pox Jacksonville and us in 1876. ;
reaps the neighborhood of Archer,' which, with it furnishes an important ingredient in the
r;:, the benefit of the construction of the Pensa- two other localities. It appears that a sailor such care as Mr. Lipsey has bestowed, would food of roots of leguminous plants, and in

'' cola & Atlantic Railroad, which the State ofFlorida from New Orleans was taken sick at a negro equally Of THE FLORIDA HERALD." addition it furnishes the key oy which the
"f .; prove productive. course pine
Messrs. Ashmead Brothers of Jackson- stores of organic nitrogen in the soil are un-
in Jacksonville and before ,
bonus of boarding-house
granted a over 20,000 acres ,
lands are not as strong, or rich, or as valua- locked and rendered available as the food of
mile to have constructed. the nature of his disease was known was ville, send us the prospectus of a new eve-
I
per ble as hammock lands, but their first cost is plants. It is in this latter capacity that its
,' ', f' We do not complain of the enterprise and visited by many other colored people. His far less, the clearing and preparing for culti- ning daily to be published next week, under functions are more liable to be abused. As

i. '" energy which we should strive to emulate. disease proved to be small-pox, and some 33 vation is far less expensive, and they are the name of the Florida Herald. They lime of does the not more furnish costly any ingredients more importantor which

r 1 Five years ago the harbor of Fernandina cases or more have been developed! all proceeding generally healthier.The say : plants require to form their structure and

I .t, was a better harbor than that of Savannah, it is said, from tl >s one case. As larger part of the population of Flor- This paper is published at the request ofinfluential seed, it is quite evident that these must be
with more room, greater depth of water and soon as ascertained the authorities took all ida must locate lands. citizens, who feel the need of a derived from the soil ; this being the case if
necessarily pine reliable
upon evening newspaper, which will truly the views of those who hold that agriculture
I S easier access from the sea. It retains all needful precautions to establish: a pesthouseand To show by actual experience what such represent the metropolitan character of our should be carried on without any reductionof

K these advantages except depth of water, isolate all existing cages and prevent lands may be expected to produce, an estab- rapidly-growing city, and will be devoted- the fertility of the soil are correct, it is

; which has remained the same, while at Sa further extension by vaccination. lishment like Mr. Lipsey's is of very great irst-To its environs.the interests of Jacksonvilleand evident that an application of lime shouldbe

vannah the depth has been increased from The disease so far, with oitre single excep- accompanied by an application of all those
M value. So, such a development as Mr. Second-To whatever will enhance the ingredients which are carried away in the
1, g: ry 13 to 20 feet by the River and Harbor appropriations tion, is confined to thenegroes. From some Furman has made at the pretty little prosperity of Florida. crops or by feeding with stock. :My own
she has received. cause it seems to have been.of an unusually town of Fairbanks, between Gainesville and Third-To the home-circle or family ; opinion is that the soils are generally com-
violent ten deaths having occurred.At nothing being permitted in its columns petent to yield a certain portion of their
Thus placed in a condition to receive for- type Waldo, is encouraging to settlers wherea i that will cause the blush of shame to man fertility without injury and that
practical
; eign commerce, Savannah now grasps at the Ocala two or three cases'are' reported as pine and black-jack ridge, with sur- tle the cheek* of its fairest reader, and as experience of the particular district will be

.; '' opportunity afforded by the construction of as having originated at Jacksonville! and rounding fair body of pine lands, has been far as possible, personalities will be avoided.Its the best guide for deciding the amount of ";

4' the Pensacola & Atlantic Railroad to extend brought there, but were promptly isolated. brought successfully into cultivation, anda editorial staff will be composed of fertility that may thus be
practical journalists.
j r,: her outlook beyond the confines of Georgiaand One case is reported in Tallahassee and Pa- prosperous community, has grown up

Florida to the other Gulf States and onto latka, in each carried there and promptly in about five years, having all the appearance SAVANNAH'S OPPORTUNITIES.One .

,f the Pacific. isolated. A general vaccination is a prudent of thrift, enterprise and comfort which of our most distinguished and public

';" ,r Almost single-handed Fernandina has attempted precaution to be taken in all communities. usually are represented by many years of spirited citizens contibutes an article in this

::'l', :::: to direct the attention of the people There is no occasion for a panic or a gen- growth and care. Those who make healtha morning's issue of the News which is worthy

;t. :s ",' ; of Florida and their representatives in Congress eral quarantining. The disease .is conta- first desideratum will find that ordinary of the perusal of every one who has at heart
the growth and prosperity of the metropolisof
J : ,:;; to the importance of establishing an gious, but with the general practice of vac- pinelands will responsive tore and judicious Georgia. His remarks are called forth A w

: 1 ",:," Atlantic port in Florida, as the terminus of cination cannot become epidemic. Thereare culture. The men who work in Flor- by some suggestions which we recently ROYAL Botw.

,t :" : her railroads from the South and West. i but few white persons who remain with- ida are worth more than the men who talk. offered as to the necessity of improving the e ain nY r
\ opportunities which confront Savannah, by
1 -,: ; ,f Fernandina presented a port, already haying out vaccination. The negroes, from some The men who can answer inquiries as to our embracing which she may hasten her rise to

1 ;'I ';. advantages superior to any other that cause, are very careless,and are even averse to productions with a look and see answer, the proud position to which she is destined. '.'i.h Cl 4a removed."I

I .'; Florida possessed on her eastern coast. The being vaccinated, partly through ignoranceand are the men who give confidence to new set- Our correspondent directs himself mainly to
that this moderate frequently through wilfulness and pointing out the benefits which will accrueto I fillee
demonstrated
%. fact port by a pure tlers. lee, ;
; the of the
R city by a proper use advantages ; a.
1 : expenditure, could be made not only foolishness, and compulsory vaccination The line of the Transit Railroad not many offered to Savannah by the completion of
Savannah but to it would should be required. the extension of the !
equal to superior years since gave no sign of settlement or Chattahoochee Savannah
have drawn the commercial exports of the There is no cause of alarm at this season cultivation except in the immediate neigh- Florida & Western Railroad. '
t 1
The completion of the branch of the above iL
West here. Success here would have made of the and there should be on the part
year borhood of the railroad stations. A flat,uninteresting named road from Climax to the Chattahoo
: '1' rt 1' success at our neighboring port certain, and of the authorities and of the press the most and apparently worthless country chee river, where it connects with the recently -

led to its being undertaken as. another necessary precise and exact statements of the actual skirted the road through nearly its completed Pensacola & Atlantic
I IF Y condition and of the disease. Ru- Road; marks an epoch in the history of our
F ; outlet. progress whole extent. :Now, from Lawtey to Rose-
Not to of the vast region
city. speak openedup
J ,,, ''; The policy of indifference has been preferred mors carried along the lines of travel by wood the orange groves abound, truck to the march of industry and progress by "I

i : and Savannah's opportunities are hearsay will always be exaggerated, and patches and extensive fields, neat cottages, the new road, its completion realizes the

eagerly seized on by her, and our whole produce far more alarm than a knowledge and new buildings, and the whole appear- dream long cherished by the men whose t
k built the of of the real facts of the case. enterprise has built up Savannah, that a
railroad
by grant our
;r system up ance of the country is..being transformed. A through line to the Gulf of Mexico would
f. entire body of public lands has gone to The small-pox is a disease always spring- few years more and a thickly-settled coun- ultimately be offered her. Yet, their dreams

make Florida tributary to Georgia. ing up somewhere, and our large cities are try abounding with groves and vineyards, fell short of the reality that confronts the POWDERAbsolutely

;. Our railways are made mere branches of probably never free from it; it is only to and fruit trees, will greet the eye of the trav- men of to-day, for not only is the Gulf
reached, but New Orleans, the great South-
4.i ; the Georgia system. Our own ports are neglected be dreaded where there is carelessness and eler, and he will, from the outset, realize west, Mexico and the Pacific slope are placed Pure.

,, our own products seek transportation neglect of the ordinary and wise precau- that future which we now foreseebut whichis within ready access. Do our merchants and

through the ports of a neighboring tions. only partially accomplished.A capitalists comprehend fully the significanceof
the step that has been taken and the pos- POWDER never varies. A marvel
'
; '; k, State, and "Florida's opportunities" seem SANITARY PRECAUTIONS. very pleasant feature to be noticed in sibilities it offers? Are our people alive to THIS purity,strength and wholesomeness.More .

; to have no friends or promoters.INTEMPERATE passing all of oursmall towns and stations is the splendid opportunities offered them, or economical than the ordinary kinds,
The approach of the warm season warnsus and cannot be sold in with the
that within enclosure trees will they lie supinely until others embrace competition
r ,, CRITICISMS. of the importance of placing our city ina every orange them? multitude of low test, short weight, alum or
good sanitary condition. for the summer.It have been or are being planted, so that the The completion of this link which givesus phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
7 Two or three South Florida newspapers of future is to ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
Il I means self-support guaranteed connection with the trans-Mississippi ,
is to the credit of our Island City that it
have taken up the role of censors upon theY I I : all these bright little towns growing up systems, makes Savannah's the first deep 38 106 Wall Street, New York.
clean and wholesome. The city
is unusually
State administration. It seems to us that I along our lines of travel. F. water harbor reached on the Atlantic sea-
authorities have kept the drainage in good board. The railroads thus connected run
4 these neither represent the views of
censors
1 order, and provision is made for the prompt through a region blessed with an almost ING'I I I:
: .t the people of South Florida nor of any class NATIVE WILD ORANGES.That perpetual summer. It needs but a persis-
,
removal of all garbage and injurious accre-
except the straight-out opponents of the excellent periodical, the Florida Dispatch tent, hearty and well-supported presentationof Curiosity Q Variety Store
tions, and the policing of the premises of the advantages of this great transcontinental I
{ Democratic party. of April 2d, in its article No. 4, on
all persons within the corporation.The route to secure to Savannah a fair
i Specific criticism of any action of the streets are well graded, and the fruits of Florida, has the following : share of the trade of the vast territories Offers a large and carefully selected t
; ;: Governor, which they deem open to censure, SOUR OR BITTER ORANGE(C. Bigarde.) traversed by this splendid system of railroadsand
attention the
''?;, would be within the province of that independence authorities are giving much to This species, including the native wild or- even that of the far-off Orient. Is not STOCK OF HOSIERY !
: i of the sidewalks and the
:. improvement cross- the future of our city just what we choose to
; of Florida useful and
i which the press should always retain ange comprises many
ings, under the efficient superintendence of ornamental varieties, a few of which appear make it, and is not the present the time to For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.
; ; but a general denunciation without shall
form the that contribute its
policy to
below. It is in
the chairman of the Street Committee Mr. largely grown Europe, for
a ; r specific allegations, a reiteration of "ring Avery.If the perfume obtained from the blossoms, prosperity?Savannah News. =_4. _:c XEBC: =:IEFS,
; r'' management," Captain Dyke," etc., seems and for the manufacture of marmalade.
citizens will each on his own
to us to lack all basis of fair criticism, and our Sevilk, or "Bitter Orange of Europe- ACTION OF LIME ON SOILS.Sir Silk, Linen, and Cotton.
and in his own neighborhood aid !
+ to rest apparently upon mere prejudice or premises very vigorous and hardy-saId to stand se- John Bennett IJ wes, recognized as
covert hostility to the party which has in the work of keeping both their own vere frosts, in the neighborhood of Flor- one of the first agricultural chemists of the Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
premises as well as the streets in clean, ence, Italy. Used largely for marmalade. age, writes: Laces, Towels, Napkins,
elected Governor Bloxham as its chosen administrator Trees recently imported into Florida by A.
When consider that the influence of
l11 neat and wholesome condition we may an- we Dress Lining, Buttons,
of the affairs of the State. It I. Bidwell. lime upon a soil that is naturally deficientin I
will maintain its and Notions Generally.A .
i has seemed to some of us at a distance that ticipate that our city Sour Native wild orange of Florida. this substance is due to several distinct

i 4 : South Florida, as represented by some of its reputation for healthfulness, and all local Large, color dark, grain coarse, inner rind causes, and further, that the treatment of new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK-
causes of disease will be avoided. bitter, juice acid. Retains its perfection the land which has received the lime differsin
TIES received and marked low.
I 4 j' newspapers, appeared to imagine itself in a Cleanliness a careful avoidance of all impurities through the summer when it much prizedfor different cases, we have no difficulty in just
position hostile to the rest of the State, or its refreshing acid juice. Used also for understanding that there must be consider-
," : ',' thought the rest of the State hostile to it. connected with our wells and cisterns making marmalade and conserves. The tree able variations in the periods of time daring Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior.
t a free ventilation of sleeping rooms makes a desirable and ornamental shade which the beneficial effects of the lime will
; The very liberal grants of lands to half a I 1J2J' In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK-
and of bedding, the avoidance 01 unripe or be apparent. Two of the crops which are
score of railroads designed to benefit that over-ripe fruits and vegetables; will keep any tree.Bitter Sweet-Native wild orange of Flori- grown at Rothamsted in our ordinary rota- ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a

section, the general disposition of the press community, situated as ours is, in health. da. Medium size,juice sweet and pleasant, ; tion-roots and clover-contain large quan fine variety. :>>
L t of the State in which we have largely Surrounded with salt water, fanned by when separated from the inner bitter rind. tities of lime in their ash, and when potashis
n a par- the sea breezes from the broad ocean, we Used in summer as a substitute for the abundant in the soil they possess the prop- FLORIDA AND TROPICAL CURIOSITIES
+ ticipated, to publish everything favorable toY ought to be a healthy people. sweet fruit. "Philips' Bitter Sweet," described erty of utilizing this lime in its place. The A SPECIALTY.
the growth and prosperity of South Florida, The city authorities have a public scav- in a previous chapter, is a superior ash of leguminous plants growing an ordi-
the selection of two members of the State enger and own their own cart,which is con- variety of this class. nary pasture which has been supplied with pi-Orders from the Country Solicited.KING7S7 .'
stantly employed in the public service, and potash, contained 32 cent. of potash and
administration and the Lieutenant Governor We do not believe that there is, or ever per
we understand will be directed to remove 22 per cent. of lime ; but on pastures where
,, I t from what is certainly not the most populous any nuisances, which may bereported! at a was, a native wild orange tree in Florida. potash was not supplied, the ash contained
+ part of the State, has shown we think, the moment's notice. : We investigated the subject many years 32 per cent. of lime and 14 per cent. of pot- 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.

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TIlE CITJ7S FINANCES. ,
PARKER'S \ )4.r,
REpORT OF: W. F. WOOD, .lR., TRE.\8URER OF TilE CITY OF FERNANDINA, FOR THE tEAR ENDING HAIR I .

188t. APRIL DR.3, 1883. Cash. i:Scrip. BALSAM. J. & T. ICY DD '- ;'

April 3-To Balance...................................:...............................$2,600 42 x$3,488 71 A,perfect dresr .
Amount received from Collector......................:............ ;::::::;: -i;: 5 00 Wig fumed e1egantlyper and harm Corner of Centre and Third Streets.
:1Iay 1- u U .................................... 656!:: 29 .. 900 6" less. Removes
16- U U Port Physician........................... 58 50 I dandruff restores I
31- Collector................................... 149 87' c.i; 173 30 I natural color and
June 8- u U Fines......................................... :-.- 157 60 1 I prevents. baldness and ,
July 5- u ., U Collector................................... 135 32._ 1153 07 I ilw(0*at rent druggu.$1 -1| SPRING! GOODS |F-
15- .................................... 1,271 60 'J'J' 848 58 :
Au 1- h U .................................... 10. 92 '-.5. 121 24 IXOBESTONCOLOGNE. .. ... ..
Oct. 20- h U U .................................... 42 03 223 74
Xov. 15- .................................... 1,019 01 i 47 50 ( Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments,
Dec. 31" a ., .................................... 2' 66II". 91 1 Aa txqnbluly!.

18S3. ..... ........... jrrut-ptrfamr tzewptl Dall11aeUDir with
Jan. 5-A moun t received from: Fines......................................... .;:! 157 30 |pn>|MrtlM.n Now hinh imic uc l l i1kl iti Unl; nUII ingl
22- .t Collector.................................... 214 41E .940 13 and 7S ctntt. ,
30- .t h h .................................... 231 12 649 49 PARKER'S .
F .nt; !'- ". :. U" ................:................... 173 39 593 44 AND :NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS.OUR .
e.
March 5- U ". '( U .................................... 397 69. 1,618 58 GINGER TONICAn
U 14- a .t U a .................................... I18 350 00
April 3- tt U .................................... 1,416 77 70748 Inylgoratini Medicine that Never Intoxicates CLOTHING DEPARTMENTIs
., 3- U "Dog Tax..............;..................... 32 73 .t 17 27 This delicious combination of Ginger. Buchu,
Mandrake. Stillingia.and many other of the best
'
$8,694 91=$11,355 56 vegetable remedies known cures all disorders of now complete inIEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS,
the bowels,stomach,liver,kidneys and lungs,&is
CR.. The Best and Surest Cough Core Ever Used.If The Latsst Styles, from Low-Priced to Fine Goods. ,,r:

188t. .' Cash. Scrip. you are suffering from Female Complaints, ,
June I-By Warrant No. 396.................;.$ 50 Nervousness,Wakefulcess,Rheumatism Dyspepsia
u 1- U No. 427..............:. 166 ,age or any disease or infirmity,take Parkers Boots s and qhI,oes.S A new stock Just received and
50 00 Ginger Tonic. It will I strengthen! brain and body
U 1- No. at VERY PRICES
and give you new life and vigor.
22- "No. 28 65 100 DOLLARS ,,
M,- No. 100 00 Paid for anything Injurious found Ginger Took
31- "No: 40 00 or for a failure to help or cure. A large and well-assorted Stock ; ; .
July.. .. 8325. Me.and $1.....at d.a111'11a! drogt. lartr laYIng 1n.tlDr! SPRING I HATS
.No.
<. 31-31- No. 200 00 $1 SIM. Snd for circular to HIICOX Co.,1M WmJ&.,H.Y. for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS, y, s.

"No. 22 90 :
31- .
31-By Redemption Certificates........................................... 6 30 IN NEW AND NOBBY STYLES.
Aug. 31-By Warrant No. 2496.................... .........................1. 9000' SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
31-By Judgments of Sanboni & Hoyt and P. Kelly............. 1,868 05 .. JZS Order BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS from us, and save
Sept. 1-By Warrant No. 50 00 i -- trouble, time and expense.
I 1- No. 100 00 \
". Oct. 1- uNo. 12 00 THE STEAMER lam" We are Agents for DEVLIN & CO., leading Clothiers of .

I 1- No. 2517..,. 15 00 r' / New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail
1- No. .. 23 77 '' receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our '
l! Aug. 3-Amount Scrip canceled by Finance Committee..,. $5,660 88 '
i Nov. 1-By Bonds Nos. 5, 14, and 15, ($108 each). 324 00', resident New York buyer.
i u 10-By Cash Warrant No. ... 15 00
I 10- "No. 175 00, CT.T.: Y :JI: :)
,
ct 13-By Bond No. 9 and 600 00:

h 15- Nos. 7, 16, 25, 26,and 500 00- New York Office, 83 Walker Street, r FERNANDIXA, FLORIDA.J .
15-By Coupons to Bonds Nos 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 25,26, and 27........ 240 00 CITY OF ISRID'GETON
15- Nos. 3, 9, and 12 00.
15- .' Nos. 2, 3, 4, 7, 5, and 6. 72 00:' leave Fernandina for Savannah
15-By Interest on above Bonds and Coupons. 195 01 WILL Wednesday, Friday and Monday -
15-By Cash Warrant : o..549. 8 00- at 5 p. m., arriving at the latter place
15- .. No. 2550..h............... 1 50 the following morning.
F. W. MUMBY. J. N. C. STOCKTON. R. D. KNIGHT.
Dec. 13-By Warrant No. 15 00:: Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- .
13- "No. 10 SO' nandina on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday -
MUMBY STOCKTON & KNIGHT.
14_ No. 17 00 at 4 p. m. ,
U 14- No. 540-;;,
U 14- "No. 50 00: Fare to Savannah, $ 6.00 IMPORTERS. .
21- uNo. .. 100 00' To Savannah and Return, 10.00 The largest stock at wholesale and retail in the Southern States.CROCIERY y
.t 21- "No. 33 50,'
21-By Bond No. 1 and Interest on 56 25; Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia CHINA AND GLASS-WARE. '

"" 21- No.5" "" "U." 56 2.3:: Boston, and Baltimore.For Lamps, Chandeliers and General Kerosene Fixtures, House-Furnishing Goods, Wood and ;r
II"
50
21'o.. 6" ; tickets and
; state-rooms, apply at the WillowWare, Stone and Tin-'VareI\Bird, Cages, etc.
1883. Company's office, foot of Centre Street. .
Jan. 1-By Coupons Nos. 1.5,and 6. 20 00; J. A. MERCIER, Jj&J'- SOLE STATE AGENTS FOR THE MONITOR OIL STOVES. rr.a

11- ., Nos. 17 and 19............................................ 16 00 General Passenger Agent.J. Dinner Sets, $15 to $75; Tea Sets, $4 to $35; Chamber Sets $3 25 to $25; Parlor Lamps, ?.. ,
.". 11-By Warrant No. .. -72 93. N. HARRIMAN, :Manager. $125 to $15; Library Lamps, 3 75 to $9; Hall Lamps, $150 to $8. Table Cutlery, Plated ,- 'Vl
u 11- No. 5 Otf: Ware Tea"Trays, Coffee Urns, Pots, etc. Special inducements to the trade; also to Hotels'' } ,
11- "No. 15 Oft F)ATENTS obtained for new inventions Restaurants, Bars, etc. MUMBY, STOCKTON & KNIGHT, .:
"
11- No. .. 5 20:: JL --- or for improvements in old 48 No. 13 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
22-By Bond No. 2 and 562 50
ones. Caveats, Infringements TradeMarksand
/: ,
22-By Warrant No. "/:9". 5200'
!. 24No.2597. 612.: all patent business promptly attendedto. .
INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN S. B. HUBBARD & CO. t
r; U 30-By Bond No. 2 and 55 00: _
30-By Warrant No. 2598.................... 15 00;; REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- k' .
... .. ented by us. Being opposite the' U. S. Pat- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
i! Feb. 28-By Bond No. 24 and Interest.. : \ 112 50;
{
ent Office and in ''J
PATENT
engaged BUSINESS -
8 00' .
No. 18.
28-By Coupon -
AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
EXCLUSIVELY
.March 8-By Warrant No. 195 00' can secure pat- WHOLESALE
i 8- No. 100 00' ents in less time than those who are remote ware, Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils,

,, 8- No. .;.v .. 2 (00. Washington.
8- uNo. 15 Off When Inventors send model or sketch, # PUMPS, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, SUGAR MILLS, RUBBER AND LEATHER
"No. 6 OC[ we make search in the Patent Office and '
8-
; BELTING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, PLUMBING AND TINSMITHING.
8-By Bond No. 18 and 112 5Q advise as to its patentability free of charge. 1
HAZARD'S POWDER, BARBED FENCE WIRE. 42-tjanl
8-By Coupons and Interest (W. B. C. Duryee). 171 84: Correspondence confidential; fees reason- $
29-By Warrant No. 100 00; able; and XO CHARGE UNLESS PAT -
29- No. !). 15 45 ENT IS OBTAINED.We .
April 3-Bv Bonds Nos. 9, 11, 20, 21, 22, and 23, with Coupons andIntcrest :; refer by permission to the City Post- RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERB.MALLORY'S .
756 65; master, and to the Superintendent of the
April 3-By 962 61.: 5,694 68 PostOfficeloney Order Division in Wash
ington. For special references circular,service STEAMSHIP LINE !I ;
$8,694 91 $11,355 56 terms, etc., addressC.
A. SNOW & CO.,
Opp.Patent Office. Washington.. 2-tf

TO THE PUBLIC.The BOOTS AND SHOES. I FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.

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success which we have attained in the introduction of our J. H. PRESCOTTDEALER

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has by far exceeded our expectations; and now that we are entering upon the third year IN ;

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

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To dwell upon its merits would be unnecessary on our part, for those who have p F
once used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms. Ri _

We are the originators of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING POWDER, and

from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS
Misses',
TilE BEST. To this standard .quality we shall continue to keep it. A Tea- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1.080 TONS.STATE '
Children's .
spoonful of the VIRGIN BRAND suffices for a full quart of well-sifted OF TEXAtB, 1,543 TONS. r
and Infants'
Flour, where at least double that quantity would be required of inferior brands. Men's CARONDELET, 1,508 TONS. i
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Boys' WESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS. )
A TRIAL ORDER IS SOLICITED. and 6nths, ,..AONLY t?


...Ask your Grocer for the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING FINES
DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
POWDER, and take: no other.

S. GUCIOSNHEIMER & 0SAVANNAh :EI"VV :EJJ: DI

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GA.
ANGEL & FIEND Fernandina Fla. I of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK

Agents, nu tto an Baah, lhnL; tic co ha l, sonville ONE Cedar THURSDAY Key, and Peninsular AFTERNOON Railroad., on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack- h

NEW HOUSE OPEN. RIKART & DAUPHIN,
AND This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
FRENCH AND AMERICAN York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF

HOTEL FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.

TOURIST RESTAU ANT;, 1sLIPPEsEEmbracing The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- 3
FERNANDINA, FLA., s PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
Foot of Centre Street
near Depot,
connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL-
is now open to the public. New and neatly FERNANIJINA? FLA. ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
furnished, located in the most delightfulpart New and Popular JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT f
of the island. Large and sunny rooms.A .JjiiJMeals at all hours. Board by the. RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
good home for parties wishing to stop a week or month. : 14 PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD .
few weeks or months in the South. for LAKE WEIR.
Terms-$2 per day; $8 to $10 per week. TO LET. S-r :LES

W. W. CLAY, Manager.The A COMMODIOUSDWEILLING, THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .


;, FURNISHINGAND freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
splendid Strathmore Hotel, GENTS'
on the finest beach in the world, will be Corner Escambia and Fourth'streets.:: Pos-. R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
open every fine day for the accommodation session can be given April 1st. FERNANDINA FLORIDA. !
of beach parties under the same manage- Inquire of G. STARK. C. H. MALLORY & CO., '
ment. 10 Fernandina, Fla., March 1St 1883. B I..J :eEE:: :: GOODS Pier 20 East River, New York. 51'i''i'it
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:.:'I't.J : THE TENGAN RICE. I and unshaken during the time you are using 1 GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. Assesstor of fl.Trs-T110ma Baron, Cotton-

In a late number of the Mobile Register the contents. ':\ County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant.
( .1t Professor J. P. Stelle devotes a full page to 2., Peel and press out the juice as directed United States Officers.LAND Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N Fov
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t', .." a description of a new variety of(upland) above. To one qfaart of juice is added one OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. ,

1 .: )' rice, its yield in different parts of the South pint of water and,ii half-pint sugar. These Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes George P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools-Ir. C. Martin
1 tkr :, under diverse circumstances etc. The article it i- proportions would probably vary for various Gainesville. derson. Fort \lcCoy. ,
; ] tan- kinds of fruit. The juice is then boiled bot- Receiver-John' F. Rollins, Collector Revenue MONROE
; ;' is extremely interestinthe only Surveyor-General Malachi Martin, Talla- of -Fleming B. Smith, COUNTY. ,
: .; talizing feature being the fact that no seed tled hot, corked tight and sealed. Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S.
hassee. Baron Key West
of this valuable variety,of the Oryza salvia ORANGE WixERecipe of J.D. Mitchell, COURT. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Cler*-Peter T. Knight Key West .
t ; ; seems to be obtainable at present. AVe give of Daytona, Fla.: "Take of sweet orange DISTBICT Olustee. Sheriff George A. Demerritt
the Professor's account of its introduction, juice and water equal parts and add three Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY., Assessor of Taxes-V.alter Key West
etc. : pounds of pure sugar to each gallon, in a Jarslwl-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. J. Key West.Collector. C. Maloney. J'r.,
A few we received from a friend fuil barrel, with a bent tube from the bung- Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. County Judge- R. Richard, Providence.
years ago of Revenue
Clerk-Henry F. York Lake Butler. Walter C.
hole to vessel-.of water. When the Maloney
g1. in St. Louis for test our experimental a gas E.
on INTERNAL REVID\ Sheriff W.. W. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key AV est.puperintendent. '
bubbles cease to how in the water the bar-
seed rice. Accompanying
of -
''r. grounds, about the two rice ounces was a letter setting rel must be closed, and put away for several Collector Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Butler.Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake AY est. of Schools--J. V. Harris'Key

I r forth that Bishop Marvin, returned from his months, when thjj liquor can be drawn off, COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.
: tour of The East by Way of the West," bottled, and cork l tight. The bottles must John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY.
Santa Fe.Superintendent.
? 3 'A had brought it from China; that it had be kept in a coil place until wanted for Edward Hopkins, Jacksonville.John County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-
Schools L. B. Rhodes dina.
of
::I P grown in the State of 1 eu 1 pan, in that country use. Florida DiApatch.THRIFT F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Clerk-J.
t A and that the Bishop was desirous of ---- .---- --- Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key. A. Edwards Fernandina.
*. ',1. having it put to a fair trial in America, at IN FARMING. c BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff Peter Cone, Fernandina.

+. some point where the climate was sufficiently No this earth County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor if Taxes Wm. H. Garland, Fer-
country on presents as many State Officers. nandina.
a* mild to admit of its growth. This was all farmer the Point. ?
advantages to the thrifty as
Clerk-A. A. Stewart Titusville. Collector ofReven ue-Warren F.
the information we had concerning it. A' South. In the of have EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Scott. Fer
Europe masses men

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nandina.
F ,; a careful examination of the seed showed several lost possession of{(he land, and conspire to Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor-- Superintendent

i peculiarities marking it as.a variety get even the smallest portion of it back from lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Beth- gianna. Callahan. of Schoo -W'. Mahoney.

p ,tM different from anything; yet raised in the monopolists, and privileged classes. e1. Key West.Secretary Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or-
Suite ;
inf 4 / States, but whether it had been These Europeans are risking life, limb, liberty of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- lando, Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE COUNTY.

c 4 grown on uplands or whether in a swamp, and all that man holds sacred, to pro- lahassee of Scl/.OO13-A. Grady, La County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando.

1 : :4 was a question left standing entirely open. cure a few acres, that they can hold in fee, Comptroller W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando.
;" 4 Having read somewhere that the Chinese while' vast constabulary; and military establishments Treasurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee.AttorneyGeneralGeorge CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.

,, y i ; grew their rice mainly on the uplands, we are maintained; to keep down the P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes Jame:*: M. Owens, Fort

\t, K concluded that this must be,in all probability desire of the peasantry for homes and farmsof hassee. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector.

an upland variety, so we decided to give their own. Tnthe United States, on the Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Hlclisird' H. Marks,
!: : it that kind of a situation. other hand, land is cheap and abundant. In Tallahassee. Springs. Sanford.

y' .' } The new rice grew splendidly on upland the .South no person is too poor to get at Superintendent of Public Instruction. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools John T. Beeks,

f, ; :c'' and displayed several peculiar equalities of least a small share: of the soil. And how Foster, ,Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid.

b t';,.{ x decided value. It was earlier in ripening by easy it is in this section for any industrious Adjutant-General-J Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY.
rt, several weeks than the Honduras or any of farmer to live ancthrive? If we had more BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka.

: :' our varieties of upland rice. The grain was men like Sam Fiy and fewer cotton-mad Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Maxville. Clerk.:..W. F. Forward, Palatka.
'I :1 ; much whiter than that of any variety we planters. The l114"n. black or white, who Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Sheriff-Thomas Shally.

; ,> ", had yet seen, and hulled more easily. It feeds himself at home is doing a grand work. see.ClerkR.. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor-S. E. Timmons.

r : '; yielded immensely-there was no "blast- AVe believe that there; are many farmers of Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.
1 ing" worthy of mention. The stalk was a both who understand and this Building Jacksonville. Superintendent Public
races practice of Schools-J. W
W. M. Ives Jr. Lake
'. Honduras but County Judge- City.
i little shorter than that of the Strickland.
in and
elementary lesspn; political economy
SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. Lake
City.
a the heads were entirely full and very heavy.
<: r 1; : '> Of the fact that the new rice was a valuable wealth-production- They are to be esteemedand Chief Justice--E.. Randall: Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY.
;' 'I ,. acquisition there could be no question, encouraged. j Great crops of cotton Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- Assessor of Taxes-L.AV. RiversLake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.
,
: should be raised, but not at the of Thomas
expense Sheriff""' Osteen
.
;q ; in our own mind but how wide the range Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City., Perry.
the food supply. J AVe are sorry indeed to see.Associate Justice R. B. Van Superintendent of Schoo JuliusPotsdamer Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.
": 1' 1 of country over which it could be success Valkenburgh, ,
hear that the Rout l is now partially returning Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin
: unsolved
'. problem.
fully grown was as yet an disastrous rut from
to a agricultural
1 :,. Bishop Marvin\ was now dead, and the Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry. .
'/ which, last year, there was so signal a deliv- County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton
':,r. a friend in St. Louis to whom he had entrusted Constitutionalist. CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Perry.
.
.:.. ance.-Augusta County SUl"Iey01'-D. N. Cox, Perry.
: the seed knew nothing about it further sonville.
{ First Clicult Maxwell Pen-
.' :M t 9 than already stated. So we determined to AROMATIC: AfD SWEET HERBS. sacola. -Augustus Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Collector of Relenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry
:
Assessor
:il' ,:r ,settle the question bv experimentation, and Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
,. J to! that end we raised a crop of the rice, and These are not found in our common farm- Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY.

I ,.f !. published an offer to send one ounce of the gardens as frequently: as they should be. All Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus

{ {Ii s >( seed free to any person ordering it and will grow well in ordinary good soil. They Fourth Circuit-James. Baker, Jackson- Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, tine.
'i -" : agreeing to plant and report to us in due impart a strong spiky odor, and are used in Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
!4. the results of the For various culinary operations. Those marked ville.Fifth Schools Albert
time experiment. Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of J. Russell Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
perennial and when ob-
-l with a are once
: the to which it Jacksonville.
lack Assessor
; : of'knowledge name ville. of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St.
.. : tained may be preserved: for years. Of such,
: :1 ,; may have been better entitled by the laws Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON:: COUNTY. Augustine.
;: ,:: r' of priority, we called it the Yengan rice. sow the seeds very carefully in seed-beds Collector of Rczenue-Joseph F. Llambias
., Seventh Circuit-W. Archer-Cocke, Sanford J. Stewart ,
1, '.1 ( About thirty bushels of seed rice went about the middle of April and in the ensu- County Judge-Henry Jasper. St. Augustine.

t through the mails in ounce packages in the ing autumn or spring transplant them to Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F.
Perpall
!
; James M. Duncan
convenient situations. The others are an- Sheriff Jasper.
Court Calendar.FIRST .
.; winter and spring of 1881-2, and many reports St. Augustine.
t', : have lately been received, though not nuals, or such as come to perfection the first Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancruni. SUMTER
'k and die the seeds of these CIRCUIT. Collector of Rt1enue-W' H. H.fcLeod COUNTY.
season ; maybe ,
:
a tithe of all to whom we have sent rice Full Term
interesting sown carefully in hallow drills, middle of Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-Henry Cassidy, Leesburg,
The
: ; have reported. reports are very October.
and when the fewinches Santa Rosa Monday in of Schools-Joshua H. Roberts Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
plants are a
spring
': what the havebeen up
t' as showing people Walton, 4th Monday in October. Ancrum. Slte'riff-J. S. Dyches, Lcebburg.
thin them to distances. To ,
'"i able to do with the rice and also proper
: new Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Mondayin Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall AVebster.
rub the
for
use dry thoroughly,
I ': l' showing its ranges of best success last year. preserve October. HERNANDO COUNTY.
Collector of Ret'enue-J. R. G. Hamilton ti
",. :. ; ; AVe have decided to publish extracts from foliage almost to powder and put in jars or Washington, Monday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville. ,
all the received with name and ad- bottles tightly corkgd.
t i' reports October. ville.
.. Anise Basil (sweet), Caraway Coriander, Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
,
dress of writer in full. Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Sumterville.
','r'; Before proceeding with the reports, we -Fennel, Lavcnder, Marigold (pot), Marjoram October. Sheriff J. Mickler, Brooksville.
;r ;: would beg leave to state that we have not (sweet), *Sage Savory (summer), Escambia. Monday in December.This Assessor of loxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY.
ti *;Savory (winter), t'Thy me, *Rosenuiry. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn Live Y
:' \. :: at present, so much as an ounce of Yengan act amende section 2 of act of February ville. Oak. ,
; : ', rice to sell, or let out in any way ; nor can Florida Dispatch.FOUND '. 10, 1879, and does not change the Collector of Relenue-F. M. Townsend,
':', I: we at present point to any one who has. Spring Term. Brooksville. ClerkRobert.Reid, Live Oak.
V AT LAST.-"-An agreeable dressing Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
AVe have made little fortune last
!r. ,; might a Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher
THIRD CIRCUIT.
,, for the hair that will stop its falling, has Assessor of Taxes-AV. H. Sessions AVel-
,
z ;:; year by raising a crop of it for sale, but wedidn't Spring Term- Fort Dade. ,
been long sought fe t. Parker's Hair Balsam born.
do it. That was not our object in giving 1st after 1st in
Taylor Tuesday Monday
'. ':: notoriety to the crop ; most certainly it distinguished for itts. purity, fully supplies April. IIILLSBOEOUGH COUNTY. Collector of Revenue -Robert F. Allison,

:' would not have been a movement in hare this want. Madison Monday in April. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak.
,
-- -- ---- Clerk Win. C. Brown Schools
Tampa. Superintendent of -J. O. C. Jones
,
with the which
: object prompted
; mony IMPROVEMENT FOR+MIND AND BODy.Thereis Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Live Oak.
Isaac Craft
Bishop :Marvin in bringing it to this coun- Sheriff-D. Tampa.
; Suwanee 1st after 4th
in bottleof Monday Monday
more strength-restoring power a
Assessor Taxes-S. E. .
of Sparkman Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.Count.TudgeJames
Had the lived would have
4 try. Bishop we in .
Parker's Ginger nic than in bushel of April.Columbia
: : : consulted him as to what he wished done in of nilk. As 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Re1enue-'V. F. :Buns, Tampa. II. Chandler, Enter-
malt ,
or a gallon an appetizer, Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson
<: :1 the premises, so soon as we had discovered blood purifier and kidney corrector there is in April. prise.

"' the great importance of his introduction, nothing like it. and invalids consequently Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Tampa. Clerk-John AA" Dickins! Enterprise.
t : but as this had to be otherwise, leaving us find it wonderful invigorant for mind and April. ; JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
.' to act for ourself in the matter, we concluded body.Com merctal.EB Fall Term- County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-

',, ., to do, as the Register has often done before Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.
:f : with valuable new seeds wholly under October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Ret'enue-J B. Jordan, De-

its control, give the public the full benefit of D Madison, Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land. r
the acquisition free of cost. BIER RY'4'JJi1dli1T& Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

.; I In this connection we also copy and endorse ipf "Eli Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday County T'easurer-'Y.. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise.
> ;' the recommendations and suggestions lJescll/ PRG. in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.

; I of the following from the Southern Farmer: Columbia, Monday after 4th :Monday Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Monticello. County Judge-AAT. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
Every planter in the extreme South SEZD October. Sheriff AV. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

I should have his rice patch. A food so I Lafayette, 6th'Tuesdavafter 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham AVau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
I' excellent and cheap should certainly be mVAL in October. W keenah. Superintendent of Schools AV. T. Duval,
for the if needed '_ Crawfordville.
raised in gratitude poor not FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. /
in the If is no rich bog on FO M J8A3. County Treasurer-W. AV. Walker Craw-
family. there -
4& v r Bav and M B WdrBEE Term- County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. ,
be to
't :to customers Spring
the farm where it can be raised for the planting of last year without ordering it It contains St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. fordville.
.' it will grow and produce well all the about 175 pages, 600 illustrations, prices accurate March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins New Troy. Collector of Rel'enue-'Y. H. Walker,Craw-
r in ,
descriptions and valuable directions for planting Clay, 4th Tuesday
same on high, dry land if drilled thinly in fordville.
!; 1500 varieties of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, Bradford, Jst Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New
rows one foot apart, on fresh land, during Plants. Fruit Trees etc. Invaluable to all especially Troy. Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw
,LI ,:i' the months of March and April. Millions to Market Gardeners. Send for it! Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. fordville.
County Treasurer-J.. N. Peacock New
D.M.FERRY&CO. DETROIT MICH. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in A pritDuval ,
; z of acres of pine land all over the Southern Troy.
'u country, especially the flat lands of the Gulf 1st Tuesday in May. --
i Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New STOVES TIN WARE ETC.
States. are well adapted to the production of ,
REAL ESTATE.. Troy. .
in -- --
St. John's 2d Tuesday September.Clay ---- -- ----
-- -------
1 rice, and if our planters could appreciate the ,
Assessor Taxe.s-A. New
-- ---- of Ackley Troy.
4th in ;
-- Tuesday September.
true value of the grain, no want of tariff \V. P. STREETY,
1 THE FLORIDA Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.
who do it
; against people appreciate would
Baker 2d in October. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office
; for a single year, stand in the way of its Tuesday County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. ,
r MH 3d in October.
Nassau
endless production. Rice ought to be sold Tuesday Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee.
OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Fcrimmliiia .
Duval 1st in November.
'h; .T Tuesday Clerk-C. A. Bryan Tallahassee.
e in the market at two cents per pound ,
4 throughout the South, and yield a greater FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel,

t r; } income to the country than at present. The Spring Term- Tallahassee.
} .1l'ji chief difficulty in the way, perhaps, is the h Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
want of an effective and cheap method of ;.. Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Relen.ue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-

l cleaning, it on the farm. This will eventu- Towns!! 011 ,It. R. 'Line Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.
ally be invented, if it has not already, and ;, March. ; ,- Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. -

: we.may mention in this connection that a t\.nd' Ceilar'Key. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in .
i; Mr. Elias Dail, of this city, a rheumatic and s.; ;0 ( March. LEVY COUNTY.

:. invalid sufferer fr'y rs, has. in the midst Alachua, 4thMonday after 4th Monday in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson;

I'h i of poverty and agonies of affliction, conjured ," March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.
; t up the most practical farm rice mill Fall Term- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.
:ht we have yet seen. Those who feel an inter Offers to Lessees avid, Purchasers: a large Sumter 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis- Appell, Bronson. .

est in the matter will do well to correspond ,"" i ', c: Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Relenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
'a with r him 'on the subject. His address is number of the most eligible and desirable Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Key. o.

Jefferson street third door east from New Levy;4th Tuesday in .November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden-
Business
suitable for for
Houston, Savannah Ga.-Savannah News.I Lots, Purposes, or Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson.

I ---- -------- November. STOVES
I City or Suburban Residences, MADISON COUNTY. HEATERS, RANGERS.
ORANGE JUICE AND WINE. \ SEVENTH CIRCUIT.
County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
;. AVe offer two ways of preserving the juice Spring Term- ROOFING AND GUTTERING
; + of sour oranges for summer use-preferring UPON EASy TERMS. Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS.. M. Hankins, Madison. ,

r # the first mode : *' Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
1, ; ,,. 1.' Peel the 'bratiges and squeeze out all ". Brevard, 1st Monday in :March. Superintendent of Schools-E. s. Tyner, A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
z j t the juice ; strain the juice through a fine Liberal Discounts du Values allowed to Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison. call, and compare my prices with those of

r : hair sieve, if you have it; if not, use a in j indus Fall Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. other houses, here or elsewhere.G. .
: strainer made of millenett or fine mosquito parties engaged manufacturing I or Orange, 2d Monday in..August. Collector of Retenue-\1. H. Warring, Mad-

netting. When strained clear, pour into or- rial enterprises, who \oll erect on the Volusia, 2d :Monday in September. F. AVERY,
dinary claret or other bottles, leavinga space I propertY Brevard, 4th Monday\ in September.Dade ison.Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth Mad

of one inch between the juice and the cork. purchased substantial improvements Monday in-November. ison.
r Pour of olive refined ft
f. a tablespoontul or cottonseed MANATEE COUNTY.

w. oil into this space on 'top of.the for residence, or in'wliich to conduct their Officers.
+ juice then cork tightly, and store away in a County County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. AND BOARDING STABLES.
cool dark place. The oil excludes all air : business. t tKQUCE1ID."TS ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. LIVERY

from the juice, and keeps it sound and push : County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson Pine Level. CARRL\GES AND WAGONS
I for summer use. It forms a delightful and Tb :MANUFACTURERS ville. ;Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown To and from Steamers and Trains.

refreshing drink when water, sugar and ice > Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton,' CONTRACTS FOR HAULING ETC.
,
are added, though the ice can be dispensedwith. by exemption foria term of years from Sheriff-John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash.

The bottles should not be shaken up Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, FOR SALE :
in handling; When the bottle is first opened taxation offered by he., several cities and Hawthorne. ? Pine Level. HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS: ,

draw off the oil by inserting a small stick, towns. to :i: llectorof Ret'enue-H. Denton, Gaines- MARION COUNTY. CARTS AND AVAGONS.
around the end of which a wad of raw cot- Apply ville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall Ocala. WTERMS CASH.'t
,
.*. ,ton is wrapped, keeping the bottle tightly CH;&S. AV. LEWIS, Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. j 3 Office and Stable-First Street, near

4 M r corked, (except at the moment of opening) Office co ,. Beach &";?th sts., Fernandina. Gainesville. Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf 49tfI

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TIlE DUTY ON ORANGES. LEGAL ADVERTISE3fENTS.NOTICE.. LoTS IY FER.AYDIYA; .y g 8 Through tickets via this line and sleepingcar l'
: X :i- berths can be secured at the Company's

WHAT FLORIDA GETS FROM A PROTECTION CON Depot Ticket Office,and at Ticket Office,No. ,,

GRESS. Unknown ................................ 13 1 $ 4 50 7 West Bay Street. \. $
SAN MATEO, FLA., March 25, 1883.i i t' .................. 25 1 450 W. M. DAVIDSON, t. ,
.................. 7 2 3 26 General Manager.
It appears from a statement in your issue tt : .................. 8 23 26 WILLIAM O. AMES,
of the 13th inst. that Congress, in its recent is hereby given tHat the following described lands will be sold at public auction .t ............ 24 2\ 3 26 General Passenger Agent.
revision of the tariff, has reduced the dutyon Notice the 7th day of May;-at the Court House in Fernandina, in the County of Nassau, "r',. ...T................. 16 4: 61 j. s. MCELROY,
oranges by fully fifty per cent. Most or so much thereof as will b necessary to pay the amounts due for taxes herein set op- .. .....................5 51 16 I 4 61 Master Transportation, ro
certainly, with anything like an honest ap- posite to the same together with the costs of sale and advertising : fI,.,. .................. 11 16 4 61 Tallahassee, Fla.
praisal, a duty of ten per cent ad valorem : t.- \ ,................... 1117 3 08u p
would be an ample equivalent for one of )" :C- td ;. ;ji'( .................. 2121 4 26
twenty-five cents per box, or one of fifty- 0... .... ;. a u CARD
I Pi = .0 Z td 0. .................. 3'1 426tt TIME
barrel and much thanan ;
five cents per more OWNER. r DESCRIl'TION. ti Z Q .................. 4121( 4 25IC. or THE I
equivalent for in a duty bulk.of This sixty last cents named per ;: .z :, :. xH ., .................. 426 FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR M
hundred oranges - -- fl. .................. 8 28 512tt
rate will give us protection to the extent of Burns, S. L.. Agent_...... S i bf White Oak Plantation........:. ....... 43 4 N 26E 1500 $ 3118 ..................1128 5 12 RAILROADAND

one mill upon each orange imported, whichis Baker, H. C............... .. The:Zack Haddock grant, saw-mlll and ..................1128 4 44
ten per cent. on six mills. Of course, the d'yelling................................:........... 39 4 N 25 E 709 15111 tt' .................. 3,30, 4 74 FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R.
percentage goes down as the value of the or- Brown, Miss E. P........... Lots 22 and 23, block 3, Fernandina........ 709 763 u (taxes for'81))......... 2 84 '
ange rises ; and we may be sure that, if this Booth, \V. J.................. Lot.1...........................................:......... 32 2 N 25 E 54 7 45 IC.( .................. 2 71 3 25 In Effect January 7th, 188S.
rate has really been established, all the oranges Buford J. D.................. AU pC the Pedro Pons grant lying on u .................. 2 77 8 23 GOING SOuth.
imported from the West Indies, whichare ................. 2 N 25E 200 2025 u
North side of Mills Swamp 47 .................. 179 4 24
Leave Fernandina...................._ 8.00a.m.
far more dangerous to us than those Ballard, J. R.. ............... Lot.3, block 25, Fernandina................... 1421 t
Leave Hart's Road....................._ F,
from the Mediterranean, will be found in Barnhill, )Irs.N............ Lot 12 of John Lowe grant.................... 48 3 N 28E 61 425 WARREN F. SCOTT, 8.42a.m.
Leave Callahan........................... "
bulk when the duty on them shall be as- Barber, L...................... S E.corner: of lot 2................................. 17 4 N 25 E 5 4: 30 Collector of Revenue. 9.48 a.m.
sessed. This is a matter which concerns Leave Dutton....................... ....10.15 a.m. i
deed record in book
people in Florida. Some years ago I Beach Hotel & Road Co..As described in a on 3 N Leave Brandy Branch ................10.30 a.m. 'w.
many "R pages 582 and 583, County records. 13 29 E 4 10100 NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. Leave Baldwin..........................11.05 #
thought and said by reason of the unques- Crane, 'Vm_.................. N ,v'i of S W I..... ................................ 22 2 N 24 E 40 829 a.m. 4
Leave Maxville.... .....................11.32
tioned superiority of our oranges, the priceof ..... .......................... 2 S 23 E 40 1028N'V a.m.
Counts, J. C........ ........ N E.! ofN'E }........ 7
them would not be affected materially by ; for 1879, IS HEREBY GIVEN, that un- Leave Highland........................11.55 a.m. ,
corner of Sanches grant ( NOTICE Leave ..................... .....12.15 1
the tariff; and I believe this to be true so 1880 and 1881.......................................51 2 N 25E 305 1023 act of the Legislature of the Lawtey p.m. .
Leave Temple's.........................12.30:.
best and handsomest fruit is con- N State of Florida, entitled An Act to p.m.
far as our ................. 2 25 E 305 pro-
cerned. I have come to see, however, thatif cry, R., J r................... N 'V corner of Sanches described grant in deed 51 vide a General Law for the Incorporation of Arrive Starke............................12.34 p.m. '
we grade our fruit as we ought we must 3 lots in Callahan, as II 516.a 517 Railroads and Canals," approved February Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m. ( '; u

put a considerable quantity of it in marketat O1 record in book R. Records pages ........., 5 7153 16th, 1874, the undersigned have formed and Leave Thurston ..........................106', "
519.550 and 551 County Arrive' r aldo.............................. 1.30 '
comparatively low prices, and that im- ................................ 1 S 23E 6520 organized a company under the name of p.m.
Cook & Van Nostrand.... Saw mill on......... 31
into direct Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35
ported oranges come competitionwith ............ 'Vm. ........ 4 N 24 E 40 629 p.m. L c'
Davis, James H.. On south side of Hogan grant. 38
..... .. .
This undesirable ATLANTIC & MEXICAN GULF CANAL Leave Gainesville.. .. .. .. 2.27
this low-priced fruit. .. p.m.
Denafield, Sam............. Lot 6 block 40. Fernandina.................. 1666
COMPANY Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43
result is experienced, not because the best Dozier, John................ Lot t: block 1, Callahan.......................... 30 2 N 25E ; 16 27 p.m.
Leave Batton............................. .
from abroad are equal in flavor to .. .. 4 N 2.57p.m.Leave
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oranges ; ....................... 24E 400
Jos.Prevattgrant. 39
for the purpose of constructing, maintaining Archer.............................. 3.15 f
second or even to third class Floridas, but ...... 4 N p.m.
Davis, John Estate of{ LotS 1,2,3, 4................................... 20 24 E 100
t and operating a steamboat and barge Leave Bronson ...........................
and in
color 3.50p.m.
because they are superior in .. ............. 1 N23
Lot 2........................._......... .. 5 E 40 923 canal for in
the of
public use conveyance Leave Otter Creek........................ 4.27
general ........... 1 S p.m.
...
appearance.So ....
Eager, min........... Sawmill on S \V 1 ofS 'V :l.. 19 24 E 8210 I
far as I am informed, no one has asked Beni persons and property from the Florida line Leave Rosewood...... ................... 5.02p.m.
Ihza............. N of N 'V 1 N W 1 ofN
the Eu auks, Lots 5 and 12 ; ; near the Okefenokee Swamp ; thence in a Arrive Cedar Key........................ 5.35
for legislative discrimination in favor of ..... .. ..... 4 N p.m.
E !................................... 21 24 E 172 5 24 southwesterly direction across the State of
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orange groves of Florida, and I am very Lots 3, 4. 5 and 6, block 38...................... -I, :Florida by the most direct route to the Gulf GOING NOKTH.

sure that I, for one, shall never favor a petition f Lot ;J, block 39....................................... and along its shore to the western boundaryof Leave Cedar Key............ ........... 7.25a.m. #
to that effect. A just and impartial Egmont Hotel Co....... Lot O. block 28....................................... the State; to be constructed within Leave Rosewood.................... 8.05 a.m.
"tariff for revenue" should be entirely sat- 1 Lot 3. 4. 6 and E of 5, block 41, Fern the limits of the counties of Nassau, Baker, Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.408.m. .

isfactory to us ; for such a horizontal ad val- ndina.............................................. 542 89 Columbia, Hamilton, Suwanee,Madison, La- Leave Bronson.................. ........... 9.22a.m.
orem tariff would provide for a duty on foreign I Lot512 and 13, block 28.......................... fayette. Taylor, Jefferson, Wakulla, Franklin Leave Archer.............................. 9.52a.m. '
oranges much higher, than the twenty r LotS 5,6, 7 and 8, block 43......... ........... Calhoun, Washington, Walton, Santa Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m.
per cent., which, through General Sanford'sinfluence Lot S, block 23....................................... Rosa and Escambia. The Canal Companywas Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m.
was imposed some years ago. We Frisbee, Mrs S. A........ Lo s 1, 12, 13, 14 and 15, block 22............ .r 1- originally incorporated by the Legislature Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m.
are not yet rich enough to place our avocation "- t LotS 1 anJ 2, block 2.............................. of Georgia, under the name of the Atlantic Arrive Waldo.............................11.40 a.m. I
I!! among follow the mendicant tariff commissions industries and I Loti, 2, 7 and 8, block 50..................... & :Mexican Canal Company, of which Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 nu '
Il and to up Lots 32. 33 and 34. block 17, Fernandina... 8105 this proposes to be an extension. I Leave Thurston...........................1?24 p.m.
j1 committees of ways and means, and whine Friendship.Lodge.......... Lot 8, block 48, Fernandina................... 923 GEO. F. DREW, Arrive Starke............................12.38 p.m.
m about the ruin which will overtake us unless Faulk, Jane.................. \V of S 'V 1, ofS 'V 1 ofS 'V 1 of........ 34 4N 24 E 5 235 J. J. FINLEY, Leave Starke............................... 1.00 p.m.
I:! consumers are compelled by law to pay Gale, J. It.................... S E i ofS E 1................... .................... 29 3 N 25E 40 689 GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, Leave Temple's........................... 1.09p.m.
I high prices for our products. Work of that Grant, George............... E part of lot 2 on Nelson grant..... ......... 20 4 N 25E 8 4 30S1VofSWI Of Florida. Leave Lawtey ............................. 1.33p.m.
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kind is done, for the most part, by representatives ........ .............................. 31N25E 40 LAFAYETTE MCLAWS, Leave Highland .......................... 1.55 p.m.
I of firms and corporations, whose f S E ofS E !........................................ 4 1 N 25EI 39 JOSEPH SHEPARD, Leave Maxville ........................... 2.19 p.m. to
wealth is computed by millions. And yet Gardner, E. A. Est of.. E pf N E }.......................................... 9 1 N 25 E 86 JAS. S. BAILEY, Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.43 p.m
orange-growers do not find it pleasant to 'V of N \V1.......... ............................. 10 1 N 25 E 81 Of Georgia. Leave Baldwin ......... ................. 2.53 p.m.
think of which themselves as belonging to a class dis- l Lot 3; ...................................................9. 2N27E 33 723 Dated this 10th day of January.A.D.18 3. Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m.
law-makers choose
criminate.against our to Higgins/ Jos.................. Lot i2, block 25, Fernandina.................. 7 29 Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35 p.m. ,
What is ? under- Huntress, l\Irs. U. A.....Lot 3........... ......................................... 15 2 N 28 E 10 5 24 Notice.To Leave Callahan........................... 4.25p.m.
is our that present the status of My S E i................. ................................... 24 4 N 24 E 182 Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15p.m.
duties imposed
standing all, average articles Haddock, D. T............ { E ; of N E }.......................................... 36 4 N 25 E the Creditors of H. C. Baker: Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m.
on imported except thoseon S1 of S W }............................................ 25 4 N 25 E 159 2185 I will, on the first day of May, 1883, at the Trains 4
the free list is to of daily except Sunday.
equivalent a duty ,
office of J. E. Davis & Bro.
S'V.part; of J Smith grant, sections 25, King's Ferry,
than
the more rate of forty per cent. ad valorem. Hence Higginbotham, J. S..... { 35.a nd................................................ 36 3 N 25E 297 Fla., make my final report, and' pay to said
with duty on is less foreign than products one-fourth, com-of Lot ..................................................... 25 3 N 25 E 52 1686 creditors such amounts as may be due themas
peting ours
the rate of taxation, which the Hughes, Emerlin........... E 1 bf S 'V 1 of S 'V 1- of S 'V 1 ...............34 4 N 24 E 4 225 per his assignment to me, dated December PENINSULAR DIVISION.GOING .
recently Henry Young grant./ .............................. 40 3 N 26 E 190 29, 1882. J. E. DAVIS, Assignee.
enacted law compels us to on implement Harris Daniel...........
employed in the pay cultivation every of { Out lots 3 and 4. or part of ....................18 3 N 28E 5 759 King's Ferry, Fla., March 28, 1883. SOUTH.

i our on the with which Higginbotham, Arthur... S 'V i ofS E1..7 2 S 23 E 40 888 Leave Waldo Junction................. 1.,40 p.m.
groves are, wrapped paper the nails used our in Jones, Tobe.................. N E } ofN 'V i.......................................36 2 fi' 24E 40 274 Leave Dixie................................. 2..02 p.m. '
the oranges making of our boxes, on on article of Jackson, July................ W! 'DfS E 1 ofS \V 1 ofS 'V ................ 4 N 24 E 5 330 RAILROADS.FLORIDA Leave Hawthorne ............... ..... 2.20 p.m. .

our clothing, on the cutlery and every glass Johnson Daniel............. Lot 2......................................................25 4 N 25 E 53 6 29 Leave Lochloosa......................... 2.38 p.m.
our tables, and on many other articles upon of Kechley, J. B................ N E 1 (or lots 1 and 2)) and S of............ 25 2 N 28 E 460 759KlareI' CENTRAL: AND WESTERN Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m. .
prime necessity. All this, however constitutes J. & Frank F..... As described in a deed on record in book! RAILROAD. Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31 p.m.
but a small part of the case of our u R," ages 513 and 544 County Records 31 2 N 28 E I 6 664 Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00 p.m.
orange growers against, the law-makers. We Lang, Irs. C.................. E Of 1 'V 1. S 'V !............................... 1 S 23 E 143 .763 JACKSONVILLE-- March 4th 1883. Leave Ocala................................. 4.30 p.m.
1 must think of the enormous freights we ( All of...................................................'.8 1.N23E 640 Commencing this date, trains ,on this Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m. ,

have to pay in order that owners of steamers Lots! 2 and 3..1' 5 2 N 23E 126 ..; road and its connection will run as follows : Arrive Wildwood....................... 5.45 p.m.
and railroads may derive a reasonable All df 8 2 N 23E 11 GOING NORTH.
, income the of which S \V:! of N E 2 N 23E 239
I law makes on it excess for capital them to invest the E ; QfS E 1, E ofNV 1, of 4..9 I WESTWARD.No.. No. 1. Leave Wildwood.......... .............. 7,.00a.m.

before they necessary with facilities for and lot 1 of........................ 2N23E 198 ACcom. Mail. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35 a.m. x
can provide us
EofNElNWofNEEo Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 8.15 p m Leave Ocala................................ 9.00 a.m. ;
tax transportation.in the form of Moreover an excess, we of pay a heavy made NV 1, NW 1 of NW 1, NE of S'V. I Arrive Baldwin ............ 6.30 a m 9.02 p m Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18 a.m.

necessary by the high prices which wages the law I .!.NEoflot3..............................10 2N23E 344 44 Lake City..10.55 am 12.00pm Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.46 a.m.
causes to be'placed articles indispensable Lot 4 of section 11. SV 1 of N E 1. S 44 Live Oak..12.35 pm 1.15am Leave Orange Lake .....................10.13 a.m.
to our laborers.on many Did Congress man-- ". \ ofNWWofSENEofSW122N'23E 242 Madison ............ 3.15 p m 3.30am Leave Lochloosa.................... ....10.39 a.m.
- ifest NEt NEofSESW1ofSEN Drifton............... 5.20 p m 5.35 a m Leave Hawthorne..10.57 a.m.

bringing any about Justice such, or a even state of any things decency? in of SV t.............................................. 13 2 N 23 E 527 44 Monticello ......... 6.00pm 6.00am Leave Dixie................................11.15 a.m.
There is another view to be taken of this NE.NEofSENOfSWllot2.14 2N23E 334 Tallahassee......... 7.05pm 7.30am Arrive Waldo Junction...... ..........11.35 a.m.
subject. In reducing the duty on Sol'lotllot2N1YofNWE of. Leave Tallahassee......... 8.00am Trains daily, except Sunday. I

Congress proceeded in direct opposition oranges to a, SESWofSWI ..........................15 2N23E 279 Arrive Quincy .............. 9.25 a m I
I fundamental principle on which all political All of fractional................................... .21 2 N 23 E 5 Chatta. River...... 10.50 a m
economists are agreed-the principle, NE i ofN'ESofSE 1, Wof lot 1, Leave River Junction... 11.00 a m

namely, that so far as is practicable, public Lynch, John............... loti 2. 3 and 4..................................... 22 2 N 23 E 314 Arrive Marianna.......... 1.55 p m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. .
revenues shduld be derived from the luxu- SEofN'W 1 SWofSE 1 SofS1V Pensacola........._ 9.05pm GOING SOUTH.

ries, rather than from the necessaries of life. ;}.................................................. 23 2 N 23 E 116 Leave Pensacola........... 10.45 p m
This principle rests on two distinct reasons, N W ;! ofN EE ofS E 1, N 'V 1 ofV Mobile............... 4.30am Leave Fernandina......11.35 a.m. 6.15 p.m.

either of which would be a sufficient basis S \ 1................................................ 24 2 N 23 E 160 Arrive New Orleans...... 9.40 a m Arrive Leave Hart's Jacksonville.Road..12.05... p.m. 6.55 p.m.. ,.
for it. In the first place consumers of lux- S E of N W }.......................................25 2N23E 40 1.00p.m. 8.00p.m.GOING
uries have the largest interest under gov- I Woof NEWofSENWIN } .' EASTWARD.No.. No. 2. NORTH.

ernmental protection ; and, secondly, con- ofV1............................:...........:...... 26 2N23E 398 Accom. Mail. Leave Jacksonville..... 9.00 a.m. 3.35 p.m. '
sumers of luxuries are best able to sustain 'V1QfNE1N'VlofSEllotsland233 2N23E 218 Arrive Jacksonville...... 7.40pm 7.30am Leave Hart's Road...... 9.35 a.m. 4.01 p.m.

the cost of government. The principle is in NEIofNB1, WIofNESEof N. 44 Baldwin............. 6.05pm 6.15am Arrive I'ernandina..10.40. 5.00p.m.
perfect harmony with the practice, which. WEofSENWofSENIofS 44 Lake City.......... 2.05pm 2.40am Trains double daily except Sunday. '
every one sees to be just, of levying direct 'V h. ......................................... 34 2 N 23E 359 Live Oak..12.05 p m 1.05 a m SUNDAY TRAINS.
taxes on property rather than on persons. Lots 3 and 4.......................................... 32 2 N 23 E 145 44 Madison ............ 9.55 a m 11.28 p in
Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.45a.m.
Now beyond all be E l 2N24E 399 Drifton............... 7.45am
to 9.43pm '
question, oranges are
Arrive Fernandina.....................11.10 a.m.
classed as luxuries and I that if All ofNEW1..4 2 N 24 E 1920 Monticello ......... 8.15am 10.10pm -
say political
NE 44 Leave Fernandina.........................5.00 p.m.
is not all delusion there is 2N24E 980V Tallahassee......... 6.00am
propriety economy in relieving a consumers, of these no l N \ i......:.........:.... ...... ....:....... ....... 19 2 N 24 E 160 Leave Tallahassee....._ 8.15 7.45pm p m Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.25 p.m.

luxuries of all taxation upon them above S 1 ofS\V }..........................................313N24E 80 Arrive Quincy......_...... 6.20 p m
ten per cent., while poor men are requiredto 'V 1 [.IfS 'V *......................................... 32 3 N 24 E 80 90 99 Leave Chatt'chee River 5.15pm
pay a tariff tax of more than forty percent Manigault, C. C............. Lot 4. block 39, Fernandina................... 749 Arrive River Junction.. 4.40 p m' CONNECTIONS.AT .
on the many necessaries of life.-P. P. Nooney, James.............. Little Tiger Island north of Tiger Creek_ 39 3 N 28 E 40 524 44 Marianna.......... 1.30pm
Bishop, in Time-Union. Peterson, N................... N E 1 ofS 'V 1, S 1 ofS 'V }.................. 22 2 N 24E 120 335 Leave Pensacola.......... 6.20 a m FERNANDINA, JLA.,
Lot SSWofNWofSESW o Arrive Pensacola........._ 6.00am With New York and Fernandina Steamship ;h
Pickett, H. C_............ { lot15 ...... .......................:........:.... 32 2 N 25 E Leave :Mobile..........._. 11.45pm Line from New York on Tuesday, at 8 ;l
BOOTS AND SHOES. S E corner of........................................ 49 2 N 24 E 139 1307 Leave New Orleans...... 6.18pm a.m.,11.35 a.m. or 6.15 p.m.: and for New
Pollard G. P................. Lot t..._................................................ 24 4: N 25 E 60 4 89 Passenger train leaves Jacksonville daily, York on Thursday, at 10.40 a.m., 500. p.m.,
J "'THE NEW STORE.tB Ryals, H. C.................... As described in a deed on record in book except Sunday,at 10.00 a.m., arrives at Bald- or 5.50 p.m.With .
"' :;:," pages 126 and 127 County Records 3 N 25 E 132 325 win at 10:45 a.m. Sea Island Route from and to Savan-

Russell, J 0............... { S.....:.................. .......... ........................ 39 3 N 26 E Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45p.m., nah Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.AT .
S E part of............................................. 57 3 N &Jl E 136 629 arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 making
W. F. WOOD, Jr., }} SC Ratcliffe, W. B............... The 1 D Braddock grant....................... 38 3 N 26 E 640 5218 close connection both with p.m.the, Florida CALLAHAN.To .

Robinson, Moses............ wt 3..._................................................ 6 2 N 28 E 134 928 Transit & Peninsular ways Railroad for Gaines- and from Savannah and Charleston at
Smith, ]I. R.................. S Wi..................................................... 14 2 N 24 E 100 923 ville Ocala Leesburg Cedar Key and all 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.
) j Proprietor [} ,
E] Swearingen,Samuel....... S 1 OfN 'V 1-........................................ 4 4 N 24 E 80 1128 Gulf Ports. AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
Stewart, nen........N E corner_..........................................19 2 N 25 E 18 4 30Lot Through Sleeping Cars on night trains. To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and
C> Cxw > 1.....................................................18 2 N 28 E 87 2.43 9
p.m.
Lot 4, block 15, Fernandina.................... CONNECTIONS.
SuhreI', F. C............:.. { Lots;26 and &Jl, block 2. Fernandina........ At Jacksonville with Waycross Short Line AT HAWTHORNE,
::a: Lots 3 and 4, block 269, Fernandina........ all points North and East; with the Fernan- To and from Palatka 10.37a.m.and 2.20

Lot 9, block &Jl, Fernandina................... 6910 dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- p.m.
Swearingen, B. B............ As described in a deed on record in book dina ; and with Steamers for all points on AT WILDWOOD.

s sAND u R/" page 235 County records................ 38 2 N &Jl E 190 5 24 the St. Johns River. With Stage Line to and from Brooksville
Sutton H..................... S E Corner of lot 4 N 25 E 2 430 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida and Tampa daily except Sunday.

Taylor, Jos.................... S i of F Wood 3..7. 2 N 25 E 340 4: 25 &Western Railroad. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg
S Sr Tison, John T........... N '\% comer...... 1 N 25 E 163 430 I At Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch daily except Sunday.AT .

Washington, Jos............ 1 qC SV 1, lots 12 and 13 ....................11 1 N 24E 80 430 Railroad. on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat- CEDAR KEY, FLA.,

..S 1;..................................................... 10 3 N 26 E 320 urdays.At
Wilds, 'Vm. :M..... """ { Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa- With Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers -
:a: E fSElSElofSW1............l... 2 3N26E 200 1287 for West : and
cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna Pen- Key Monday Thursdayp.
q Williams, Peter............ Lots}10 and 11, block 27, Fernandina...... 1721 ,
Wharton Thos.3............ Lots and 11oblock 25, Fernandina..... .. 1163 sacola, Mobile, New Orleans, and all pointsin .m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and

C> C> Wilson, D. B.................. 'V of N. 'Vilds' tract...........................141 4 N 26 E 200 335 the West, Southwest, and Northwest- Friday.With Line for .-,
the SHORTEST AND Morgan's Steamships
Wiggins Wm............. { S E J of N E }...........?.......................... 4 N 25 E 40 BEST forming ROUTE to these, QUICKEST and with West and Havana Saturday 4 Key m.
j Fernandina jI j- EJ SWIofN\V1-....................................34 4N25E 41 629 points; for New Orleans every p.
at 4
Sun-
Line Boats Friday
'\ Wilds" C-.................... { All f................................................... 16 3 N".... 26 E 420 r:UA A the days Central and Thursdays and'People's for Apalachicola on and For information every respecting routes: p. m., rates
West" part ofS. Christopher gran t............ 48 .". L' '''' E 51
a -I Cor. Centre & Third. }} S Williamson, C. A ......... Lot h, block 22, Fernandina................... 823 Tuesdays and Saturdays for Columbus and etc., apply to A. O. MAcDONELL

Unknown:..................... S '\ftl ofS W }. lot 5............................... 7 2 N 27E I 63 225 Eufaula. Gen'l ,
NWSENofNESEofNE2 2N24E 440 933 /* Take the NEW SHORT LINE via Ticket and Pass.Agent.
J3J-TIIE NEW STORE. .- the Florida Central and Western Railroad. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen' Supt. 21

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,' THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Mr. J. E. Wandell left on the steamship County Sunday School Convention. Hotel Arrivals. 1 I Strawberries and Vegetables.

W '" ,Carondelet last week for a short visit to Mas The second Sunday School Convention for Fresh vegetables and strawberries received

W $i.OO A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHSReflections. sachusetts.Mr. Nassau county, of the Protestant churches, EGMONT. daily at MRS. FLETCHER
Samuel Miller A F and
N,;" George Burnside. now a resident on will meet at the Methodist Church, in this Thompson wife
"" James Longstroth and wife. Robert Hard- Livery Stable at a Bargain.I .
Y },' St. Johns river, lias been spending a few city, at 10 o'clock a. m., April 18, 1883, and castle, Miss P Fisher, Philadelphia ; Louis A offer at a bargain my entire establish

1 The Hotel Egmont will be, till May I I days in our city. again in tlig: :-evening at 8 o'clock. There Graves, Bennington, Vt; Wm Ellison, Rich- ment in this city consigns i of Carria E'SBuggIes.
open
Amelia Lodge, No. 47, F. & A. M., meets will be addresses by competent parties upon mond ; A G Colwell, Cleveland. 0 ; StephenB Wagons, Carts, Saddle and Carria-e
2 Butler, wife and servant, New Haven, Horses Harness *
etc.
15th.The Monday evening next. All Masons in good the subjects of the leading object in Sunday ,
Conn Smith and wife
; pleasure yacht Intrepid was in our ; Benjamin Canajo- Terms of purchase CASH.
harbor this week. standing are invited to be present. School work, the duties and work of a harie. X Y; Miss Emma Smith, W H Ben- G. F. AVERY

General R. E. Clary and w ife, of Washington teacher, the duties of parents in Sunday nett, Jas Humphries, Mrs F W Peck, family Office and Stable First Street,near Broom
, '. ; ; ., Mr. E. H. Howard and wife, of Buffalo, and two maids, C H Morse and wife, Frank: Street Wharf.
are again guests at the Egmont, School work and how Sunday Schools 45
c N. Y., left for the North Thursday. may M Wilson, wife and child, Chicago ; M L
Mr. 0. W. McKinney and wife, of Rochester which they visit regularly every season. The be made attractive. The public are cordi- Munger, Paul M Howes, Atlanta, Ga ; :MissS For Jlent.

I N. Y. at the Egmont. general has seen over forty years of active ally invited to be present.Temperance Morris, Miss :M C Hogan, Pittsburgh. Pa ; A very desirable dwelling-house. Inquire,
are guests
service.. He is now retired. His accom- Colin Mackenzie, London ; Woolsey Welles of JOHN HEDGES
: Rev. J. B. Ley, formerly pastor of the plished wife is a general favorite.Mr. Lecture.At Maria Welles, Minnie Welles, ,Albert'G January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.
;;; Methodist Church, is visiting Fernandina. Bertin, Mrs Ruddick and son. Fort Dodge,
Lyceum Hall, on the evening of the
: ,.rs'a Mr. Leonard Scott and wife,of New York, J. A. Ellermann, who was appointedby Ia ; A S Massachusetts ; W Tucker, Nassau Fibre,
; Governor Bloxham sheriff of Nassau 12t.hIrs.. J. Ellen Foster, Superintendentof 'V H Day, New Jersey; R S Whitman, Mrs For beds, pillows: and mattresses, superior

; arrived at the Egmont Wednesday. county, vice P. Cone deceased, this week the Women's Christian Temperance Whitman, Miss Burch, Miss:; Greene Little to anything else in use. For sale bv

1. Mr. N. S. Upchurch, this week, purchased Union, addressed the citizens of Fernandina Falls, NY ; E H Howard and wife Mrs H June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT'& Co.
.i forwarded his bond to Tallahassee. The
C Jewett John Buffalo N Y JohnA
: 4 F the store and good will of )lr. P. Kelly at upon the subject of temperance. She dis- Glenny ; Valuable
; Orange Lands
bond is one of the best ever given by any McRae. Savannah, Ga; Miss E Clapp, for Sale
"yr Callahan. officer in this coun y. cussed ably the right of the State to defendits Jamaica Plains, :Mass; :Miss M A Stanton, Tracts containing twenty acres each of

.. Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard, of Boston, arrived Mr. William Wilkins Warren and wife, of life just as the individual has the rightto Pomfret, Conn ; C C Carlton, Cleveland, 0; choice high hammock land on Orange Lake,
defend his and the worth of the citizento Miss I E Gray, Nathan Webster, E Everett suitable for orange growing and truck farm
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at the Egmont Tuesday, and will re- Boston, have been spending some days at Webster, Jas W Tufts, E Howard and wife, ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare
t + ; 't main several days. the Egmont. Mr. Warren has been an ex- the State in just the ratio of his exerted H W Childs, Boston ; M Bayard Brown, J E very conveniently situated for transpor

t. Rev. H. S. Yerger, pastor of the Presbyterian tensive traveler in his own and other coun- force in defending that life and promoting English J H Reed. Rev Dr T W Chambers, tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on
; its healthful existence.On J Hull Browning and wife, Mrs H B Jollie, terms to suit purchasers. Titles are
i Church, expects to preach in St. Marys tries, and his description of his travels have Francis A DuGro, Miss Bennett, J R Lich- tionable. Also valuable timber lands unques-in
the morning of the 14th she addressedthe
r, a to-morrow. been eagerly sought ; especially his journeyon tenstein, J A Smith, A L Dickinson and large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,
I., the Nile. ladies at the Methodist Church, and wife J M Quigley, J A Dunn, Hon II W February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla.
w a 4 id,.: Mrs. Maria Weed Alden, daughter of the effected a temporary organization of the as- Leonard and wife, Mrs Maria Weed Alden
a late Thurlow Weed, of New York, and We are glad to learn that Mr. Robert S. sociation for Fernandina. Both addresseswere and daughter, V Mayer, J Pyle, J Barstow, Heal Estate

daughter are at the Egmont. Schuyler, our excellent architect, is recover- John Scarnmon Leonard Scott and wife, B For sale. Two desirable lots, well located.
l ing slowly from the effects of the severe accident replete with germ thought presentedin Y Tiffany, Thos B Gautier, Chas H Wilkins Apply to W. S. RAWSON.

;' : .. The Sisters of St. Joseph, of Jacksonville, he met with by falling from the tower the clearest statement, which will, no and wife, Sidney C Wilkins, W J Weller. Fernandina, Fla., January 1882-tf.

'q .,,::,.:, have moved their school for young ladies to of the Church. His doubt, bring precious fruit in days to come. Mrs II Waldstein, Hon Edward Pierrepont WANTED
new Episcopal EVERY
many IN TOWN
Edward Pierrepont, New York General AGENTS
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: this city for the present.
.,.,. ., -,.;,' friends have felt great sympathy for him, Death of a Promising Young Colored R E Clay and wife, Washington ; T P Falli- Nassau Fibre" and, "Uphols
f ; "
: ;r'S Hon. Edward Pierrepont, of New York, and will rejoice to learn that he is con vales- gant and wife. Savannah ; F B McDowell, tered Nassau Beds. Here is a good busi-
: A: late minister to England, and son arrived at cent. Man. Charlotte, N C ; Judge W J Taylor Texas ; ness for a live man. Exclusive territory.
Willis J. Dorsey, a very promising young J'W Palmer E C Patterson, F M Robinson, Liberal commission.
>.' .:l the Egmont Thursday morning. The Western Texas which sailed Address EDWIN S. LOOMIS
steamship
,. colored man, the stepson of Willoughby Mr J L Moore, wife and son. Miss Josephine ,
,"' .. Rev. Dr. F. W. Chambers, of New York, from this port Thursday evening for New Dorsey and grandson of Sicily Williams, Rodgers, Jacksonville; I W White, George Fernandina, Fla.
.
'
; ''', having made his second visit this season toN York, had on board 85 passengers and the died in Deerinc, Louisville, Ky ; 0 W McKinneyand List of Letters
Washington on Wednesday last aftera
'.: wife, Rochester N Y ; 0 Hasbrouck, Jr,
+ Fernandina, left for home this week. following cargo: 314 cases cedar 540 logs ce- brief illness. He had been for some timein Modena. N Y; W White and wife. White Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina -

I, 1 Mr. George P. Whitelaw and Mr. C. B. dar; 150 white boards, 1,062 packages vegeta- attendance upon the Wayland Seminaryin Plains, NY ; W T Russell. King's Ferry, Nassau county, Florida April 14, 1883.

.. Burnham, of St. Louis, Mo are sojourning bles, 207> barrels rosin, 46 barrels spirits. 25 that city, where he took a very advanced Fla; Franklin Fairbanks and wife,Johns- Persons calling for these letters must say-
bury Vt ; F B Knowles and wife, Worcester advertised:
; in our city, having rooms at the Egmont.Mr. bales moss, 71 empty kegs, 17 packages fruit, standing in his classes.1 : Industrious, intelligent Mass ; Geo W Hale, wife and child, Branch, Virginia James, Chance

T. D. Robertson, a banker of Rockford 108 packages merchandise, 1 refrigerator ber- honest and polite, he was very much Minneapolis, Minn ; Mr and Mrs Howard Bynes, Sarah Ladd, George W
ries, 5 horses. King, Albany. NY; Mr and Mrs H Smith. Cook Mrs E C Dive .
in James
; 111., and wife started for their home respected our community, where he was :
England Win E Lovett, wife and son, Detroit -
; Carrell Mrs Win C
< I I .,r Thursdayhavingbeenguests a at the Egmont. The Penny Reading at Mrs. Horsey's, on well and favorably known. He had shown Mich ; Jas Cummingham, Rochester, Clarke., Mrs Chas J Lawson Lamprey, James C X

1, ;i': 'f,':' The tax-sale advertisement for delinquent Centre street, Thursday evening was a very great earnestness in his efforts, acquiring a NY ; Geo P Whitelaw, C B Burnham, St Conner, W E Miller, J C

r t. ''- enjoyable affair. Music, vocal and instrumental good education, and would doubtless have Louis ; F 'V Smith Bridgeport, Conn ; Mr Hommons, KateIcErro(*, Charley
: State and taxes will be found the
county on and Mrs M N Grossman ''infant and
charades, etc., gave much pleasureto made very useful man if he had lived. He nurse, Holland, Mrs Marshal Mantagmcr. F G ,
I. ?!, seventh page of this week's issue of the Washington, D C; J W Mister and wife, Harris, Mrs Gussie Osborne, C W
." fl! ,::1'\' J/trror.) those present and the pecuniary result, was born at Homosassa, Mr. Ynlee's planta- Plymouth Mass ; Mrs C E Herrick North- Humanan. Rosa: Robson, Betsy

we learn was quite satisfactory. The next tion, and was about 23 years of age at the ampton Mass ; Mr and Mrs R W Reynolds, Howe,George S Stewart, Thomas F

:. f' .:1- Mr. R. H. Green, who was recently appointed Penny Reading will be held at the residenceof time of his death. The sympathy of the Fall RverIas; Jones, Mary Starke, Mrs John

:" r F a county commissioner for this Johnston Mrs II: R Summons: Wm W
Mr. S. A. Swann, corner of Sixth and community are with his parents and aged
"
:: : :N county, died last week at his home in the THE New York Tribune of April 4 quotes Johns, Clayton Wilson Wm II
: Centre streets. grandparents in the loss they have sustained.It .
Johnson Fannie Wilson L W
country. New York market prices as follows :

t. The funeral of the late Isaiah Winch, who is expected that his remains will be Green Peas, Florida....... ...........$4.00@4.40Cucumbers Johnson Kiar Worthy, J L

i. Mr. James Pyle, of New York, a merchant died in Brooklyn on: the 3d inst., took place brought here for burial. Florida................... 4.00@6.00 Willi;.mis. Zance.
;4" r r of note, accompanied by Mr.Jonathan Bars- the following Thursday in that city. The Cucumbers, per dozen No. 1...... 2.00@ SAM'L T. RIDDELL. P. :M.

i tow, have returned to Fernandina, and are Council Proceedings.A Eggplant, Florida.................... 3.50@4.00 -
.: again at the Egmont. attendance was large, and included numer- regular meeting of the City Councilwas String beans.............................. 2.00@3.50 A Rare Chance for a Bearing Grove.

ous relatives and friends of the deceased held Squash, Florida......................... 1.50@2.00 For Sale-An Orange Grove. 3 miles from
': Mr. 'V. White, of White Plains, N. Y., a from New Hampshire and the South. The at the Council room on Wednesday t Cabbage, Florida per barreL...... 2.00@3.00 Sanford 11 miles from South Florida R. R. ;

:f 'f;- leading railroad man, accompanied by his services were conducted by Rev. Dr. Camp, evening, the following aldermen being Tomatoes, Key West, per barrel.. 1.00@1.25 500 budded trees 8 to 10 years old ; choicest
; present: F. C.Suhrer, presidentand Messrs. Asparagus, Charleston,per bunch 65@ 75 imported fruit ; 7 acres grove 2 acres gar-
: wife, left t for home Thursday, much im- of Brooklyn, and beautiful singing was fur- den. 9 acres land muck of best quality, tine
Kelly, Hoyt, Williams; King, Avery, Rob-
.: V >;.; proved in health. nished by quartette. .. The display of flowerswas inson andlcDonald.. Range of Thermometer house stable carriage Title house, packing Price house,

ir: Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard King, of Albany, very fine. The remains were temporarily FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, APRIL 13 costing $2,200. perfect. $5,000.
!{ Bills of Fred W. Hoyt & Co.. for merchandise Address: B. CHEW,
: -:. ," N. Y., are guests at the Egmont. Mr. King interred in Greenwood: Cemetery. amounting to $15.40, and Angel & HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. Sanford: Onnu-p Co.. Fla.

'. .:. is a son of the late Rufus H. King, and, like Elder Bartlett will' preach at the Baptist Friend, for merchandise$13.20were referredto .

; r: him, prominent in banking circles. Church to-morrow at 10:30: a. m. and 7:30p. Finance Committee.A I E.1' E EI -
= ::l. ci. :;
F. B. Papy, Esq.,General Freight Agent of m. Subject for the; morning discourse: communication from Jack Hippard, of I M v .r

: } .' ): the Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad, Is the second personal coming of Christ at the Old Town police force relating to his Saturday..April 7 i 58 72 73 72 E.
t
l F :.' returned yesterday from a short business hand?" and for the evening discourse: salary, was read, and action deferred until Sunday.... ....... 8 58 73 73 \V.

::;;, trip to the North. How much pride pleasure, selfishness, the salaries for the current year have been Monday _.......... 9 61 75 I I41 75 1 SEe New Lifeis

\1' I, hypocrisy and dishoocsty is consistent witha Tuesda y.............10 62 I1 77 76 SE'
; :, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Glenny, of Buffalo, adjusted by Council.A 'Veduesdav..11 61 76 78 78 S\V..
,1. ';- N. Y. at the Egmont. They profession of the religion of Christ. All communication from Dr. J. D. McFar-
t are guests maybe Thursday.12 63 79 78 76 SW.Friday. given by using BROWN'S

'If : ?Y:1_ ; seen every day enjoying our magnificent are cordially invited.; Meetings continue all land health officer of Savannah, addressedto ......_........13 62 78 18 76 E. IRON BITTERS. In the

:. :r !:: beach, either on horseback or driving. next week except Saturday evening. The the Board of Health, was presented by Al- "
Winter it strengthens and
pastors and congregations of Fernandinaare derman Hoyt and read,.and a committee, MARINE.
,.: 4: Presbyterian Church: Preaching at 11 a.
) especially invitedSunday; night. warms the system; in the
consisting of President of Council Suhrer,
,', m. and 8 p. m., by Rev. Dr. T. A. Hoyt.
J.: : :, 11 !. ..".r' This may be the last opportunity the citizens We learn that the City Council and the Aldermen Kelly and Robinson, appointedto Port of Fernandina Spring it enriches the blood

) i :. ,./,' of Fernandina will have of hearing this Board of Health are }lot in accord in refer- investigate the law in the matter. (The HIGH WATER. and conquers disease; in the

: '1 I eminent divine. ence to sanitary measures; for the protectionof communication asked the cooperation of Saturday, April" 14....... 1:24 A.M. 1:52 P. M. Summer it gives tone to the
in : Sunday, 15.... 2:21" 2:50"
i t( .,;.. We were pleased to meet our much the health of our city. This is reprehensible the Fernandina authorities with Savannahin Monday, 16...... 3:17" 3:41: u nerves and digestive organs;

; in the highest degree. The sanitary in- protecting the two cities against the introduction Tuesday, 17...... 4:11" 4:41" in the Fall it enables the
Mr. James
'f and venerable
i' friend
1 respected u
18...... 5:02' 5:32
'Vednesday
terests of the community should be of the
1.1. small-pox, now prevailingin
par-
: : ;, t T. O'Neill, in town this week in improved Thursday, 19...... 5:51": 6:21 a system to stand the shockof
health. The Judge is now probably the amount to all others and no question of eti- Jacksonville.) Friday, I 20...... 6:38": 7:03: h sudden changes.In .
: : .Ft; : quette or red tape should stand in the way The following resolution was adopted :
t., oldest resident of the county.
1,1I' ', of a cordial and intelligent attention to those Resolved, That at 8:30: o'clock on the nightof ENTERED.

: $: ; Seventh street, from Centre to Date, is duties which devolvfc upon both bodies as any regular meeting of Council, when April 7-Brig E. L. Hall, Duffy, St. Marys ; no way can disease be
t
p! ;} there shall not be of its members so surely prevented as by
;: : !. being much improved under the direction guardians of the jjublic health. Several a quorum light. .
present, it shall be the duty of the president, 8-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald
the in
; ; of Mr. Avery, of the Street Committee. Ash keeping system per-
vessels in in Charleston
are now quarantine
the clerk
or, in his absence, of to declare Savannah with freight and passengers -
street has also been made a very nice prom- which have had the yellow fever on boardat such meeting adjourned till next regular to J. A. Mercier. fect condition. BROWN'SIRON

enade, with pleasant shell walks and curb- infected ports, and"there: is an immediate meeting.The 11-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, BITTERS ensures per-

,, ing. treasurer made his report for the year Savannah, with freight and passengers -
'l necessity of proper precautions, being taken to J. Mercier Agent. fect health through the
,
h Franklin Fairbanks and wife of St.Johns- introduction ending April 1,1883, which was read and referred -
to the of "
; i prevent epidemics. 11-S. Western Texas, New York, changing seasons,it disarms

1 1 i 9j' bury, Vt., have been making our city a to Finance Committee. We publishthe Risk, 1,210 tons ; with freight the danger from impure
Circuit, Court. report elsewhere.The and passengers, to R. W.South-
; 't; visit, leaving for home Thursday. Mr. .
.i { Fairbanks is member of the world-famed The Spring Term of the Circuit Court for matter of salary for city officers for wick. water and miasmatic air, ..
a 13-Sch. C. Moore York
B. Terry, ,New
: ll firm of scale manufacturers. this county will convene at Lyceum Hall the year 1883 was referred to Finance Committee. general merchandise to C. H., and it prevents Consumption -

4 on Tuesday next. Owing to the death of Huotand H. E. Dotterer. Kidney and Liver Disease
Hon. Wm. H. Leonard and wife of New
r. i Sheriff Cone no jurjj, has been drawn, but Upon motion of Alderman Robinson, a 13-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, &c.
; { York, arrived on Tuesday and have rooms, Savannah with freight and
the judge will probably: order a special venire committee of three was appointed, consist- ; pas-
i it : as usual, at the Egmont. Formerly of the sengers to J. A. :Mercier.
of Aldermen and Robinson
Hoyt,
Avery -
as soon as court convenes., ing H. S. Berlin, Esq., of the
; law firm of Leonard & Hoffman (exGovernor to provide a more suitable place for CLEARED. .

Hoffman), he afterwards became Judge The Holler kkatlng Club. holding the meetings of City Council. 9-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, well-known firm of H. S. ,

i %.'i'i of the Supreme Court. ( This club, since its first entertainmenttwo Savannah, with freight and passengers Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le.
The hand to make all the aright
way by J. A. Mercier. Droit
ri Major B. S. Henning, president, and Captain weeks since, has 6ecomequite a popular The heart to serve God with all thy might, 11-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald Building, Washington -

', r, F t D. E. Maxwell, general superintendent institution, the rink being visited regularlyby A hope, life beyond-a crown to come Savannah; with freight and pas- D. C., writes, Dec. 5th,

.. of the Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad many of our best citizens, who take great A home in heaven, when life is done. sengers, by J. Mercier.. 1881 :
12 S. Western Texas Risk New
.L ; ; return to-day from a two-weeks tour pleasure and interest; in the sport. The Oh, then, let us use each our hand York, 1,210 tons ; ,with freight, Gentlemen: I take pleasure -

of inspection over the Tropical Florida and sitting of the Circuit l ourt next week will To guide others to the better land; and passengers, by R. W.South- in stating that I have used
To smooth this life's rough dangerous
W 4 ;1 Peninsular Railroads. necessitate a vacatioii of the hall by the and way, wick. Brown's Iron Bitters for ma-
And each
help brighten day.
r 1 I every 13-City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Savannah laria and troubles
The market gardens in our vicinity are skaters, but as soon t@ court adjourns the nervous ,
Dear heart there is work for with freight and passengers caused by overwork with
always ,
rink will be opened; as usual, and as far you
t "''1 ; now furnishing an abundant supply of vegea Great things may not be for you to do ; by J. A. Mercier.IN excellent results.
tables. Mr. Isidore O'Neill is through the summer 93. the heated weather .
; ; shipping very Remember that the road to success : PORT.

", s fine cabbage to the North, and keeps up,his will permit. ; Little things done well will your toil ble !. Bark David McNutt (Br.), Dobbing. Beware of imitations. I

usual supply of fine celery for this and the Nassau/s' Brig E. L. Hall, Duffy.
Sheriff. A hope for something better than this, Sch. S. C. Evans, Sylvanus. Ask for BROWN'S IRON BIT-

Jacksonville market. Squire John A. Ellermann, of this city, Eternal and everlasting bliss; Sch. Emily E. Davis, Pierce. TERS, and insist on having

Hon. F. B. Knowles and wife, of Worcester has been appointed by Governor Bloxham And, instead of the cross you bear, Sch. Addie Fuller, Hart. be
thee there.A it. Don't on
imposed
A bright crown is awaiting
Mass., returned on Wednesday to the sheriff of Nassau county to fill the vacancy Sch. Etta A. Stinson, Bunker.
; Sch Florence Rogers Davis. with something recom-
,
r1'' 1 Egmont from their tour of the State. Mr. caused by the death ot: the late Peter Cone. home, that place of all earthly rest, Sch. Sarah Potter. Watts.

Knowles is a wealthy manufacturer, who :Mr. Ellermann's appointment is regardedvery Where peace should be found in every Sch. B. C. Terry, Moore. mended as "just as good"The

goes about doing good. His interest in the favorably. He has been for several In heaven breast ;a most glorious thought, genuine is made only

colored race has prompted him to make years a magistrate and deputy sheriff, and That by our Redeemers blood is bought. Select "Intermediate" School for by the Brown Chemical Co.

k some liberal gifts to various churches in the has been known as anjefficient; officer, very Fernanfina. Social Club Journal. Boys and Girls, Baltimore, Md.I .

7 ,i South, and among the number thus benefited attentive to his duti|s, which have been Died.At Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circulars ,

is the new Zion Baptist Church of promptly and energetically performed. We on application.
his residence on Centre street on April I G. W. SCHUYLER.
rn k this place, to which he donated$100 towards have no doubt that !Mr., Ellermann will' 7th, WILLIAM :MAESON, in the 43d year of Pupils received in Vocal and Instrumental

sundry needed repairs. make a faithful and efficient sheriff. his age. : Music and French. 50

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