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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 21, 1883
Publication Date: 1878-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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VOL. V. FERNAEDINA, FLA., SATURDAY APRIL 21, 1883. NO. 22.

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STATE NEWS. attempting a fast run to pass under the most parts of the county. There are also a thing more than that bare statement is nec- I ITALY. I

bridge at Fort Gaines, she' struck one of the number of mill site in the middle and essary to convince the public that the workis

Alachua. brick. pillars supporting .'the bridge, about western parts of the county.-From pres- really going forward. The charter of the THE UNVEILING OF THE BCST OF ONE OF ITALY'S

Micanopy is situate nearly on the divid- her guards, and just aft the boiler, split- ent indications the crops this year will be Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railroadis GREAT PAI "TER$.

ing line between Marion and Alachua ting the boat in two, and in five minutesshe excellent. The weather was never more favorable an old one, and some work has already To the Editor of the Mirror: r

counties, four miles west of Orange Lake was a total\ wreck. There were 57 hum 'n and our planters never more hope been done upon the line at Tampa. The ROME, April 2, 1883.

and Micanopy Station on the Florida Southern beings on board and 11; of the number ful. May their expectations be fully met. leader in a new revival of the work is Mr. No Campo Santo in Italy can surpass in

Railroad. It contains five general stores were passengers, fortunately: not one a -The railroad at ,Rollstown, three miles Robert II. Coleman, a millionaire iron man- its majesty and in, the preciousness of the

one drug store, one saloon, two ginning and lady, several of them having started from above Palatka.. is making advances to the ufacturer of Lebanon, Penn., who, last fall, ashes which it enshrines the church of Santa :,

grinding houses, three blacksmith and wagon Columbus. Maj. Haines, after some effort, coast. The road is now graded about four- came to Florida and surprised people in this Maria ad Martyres, where, in the third i '

shops printing office the Florida Mutual $ot a footing on the floating cabin, with teen miles and ironed eleven miles. They city by purchasing the residence of Colonel chapel to the left of the high altar.is the

Fire Insurance Association, three practicing others, and heard the voices of such as had will soon pierce the headwaters of Pelican J.\ J. Daniel, on Market street, one of the tomb of the great painter, Rafaelle-on

physicians, two good hotels and three jumped overboard, or had fallen in the river, Creek.-PahUka Herald. most beautiful sites in the city. Mr. Cole- Wednesday last the chief place of resort of E .r
-Methodist.Presbyterian and Bap- assistance.tand immediately is and who the pilgrims, who had flocked from all parts tY,
churches calling out for : Suwanee.. man quite a young man, a man
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- tist. Two regular 'busses run between the all available means were used to rescue The lately organized' manufacturing firm has shown a wonderful capability as a capitalist of the peninsula, to "do honor to Rafaelle's 'i ;,

town and railroad station to meet all trains. them. As the cabin floated along with the of W. B. Telford"& Co., is composed of W. and manufacturer. He quickly saw, natal and mortal day. The municipalityand

The village itself supporting from its orange aid of canoe boats several persons were picked B. Telford, A. J. Brierson and George B. the opportunity for profitable investment, ; the corps of "Vigiles" turned out in I*** '

groves, while the country adjacent also produces up, and sent ashore, at different points; Telford. The company purchased two acres and took a large interest in the company.The state and in force. The gonfalon of Rome

a large quantity of oranges, cotton, About two o'clock the next morning Maj. of land joining our towiCon the north, and balance of stock was subscribed mainlyby and the banners of the fourteen regions 3

sugar and early vegetables. For the year Haines, went ashore at "Stamper's Land located on the railroad: whereupon they are i Hon. Wm. H. Barnum, of Connecticut, of the city flaunted in the sun, while conspicuous i.

ending July 1st, 1882, there were shipped ing," distance 12 miles from Ft. Gaines. .Mr. erecting a suite of buildings. one 16x36, chairman of the National Democratic Committee among the leaders of the procession ,

from the immediate vicinity of Micanopythe Palmer, purser, and Mr.Rivers, second clerk, wherein will placed 1 a fifteen-horse power and his friends, Mr. Day, of Lord, were the Syndic of Rome, Prince :". .

following products : 40,000 packages are missing, and their bodies are in the, water engine and boiler; a second, 10x18, to con- Day & Lord, Green & Alexander,and othersof Leopold, the :Minister of Public Instruction, l

vegetables,. 15,000 boxes oranges, 400 bales which will not disclose its victims for tain a grinding mill and machinery; a third, equal weight. Advices have come from Count Mamiani,poet, patriot and statesman, x

sea island cotton, 100 bales of moss, besides several days, on account of being so higlh} two stories in height and 20x42, to serve as New York that the whole matter was defi- and the Prefect of Rome ; the Marchese

sugar, syrup and other minor products. The and the muddy bottom. It is thought that a cotton-gin house; and a fourth, 40x60, nitely settled, and the contract for buildingthe Gravina, the minister of Bavaria (especially

lands are mostly hammock of great fertility, Mr. Palmer was drowned in! his office. Capt. which will be their cotton store house. In road to Palatka was let by contract to I charged by King Ludwig to represent him on

and the country is interspersed with beauti- Thomas Whitesides luckily seized a barrel addition to the milling and ginning busi Messrs. D. G. Ambler and J. P. Taliaferro, the occasion,) the members of the Academy ;

ful lakes of all sizes. Unimproved lands and floated four miles before being rescued. ness the company propose to enter exten- of this city, who in turn have sublet it to of St. Luke, and representatives of many

range in value from $12.50 to $20 per acre. Several of the saved had on life preservers. sively into the manufacture of machine- the well-known railroad builder,J.P. Cogh- other academical bodies, native and foreign. ,R

Many improved places can be bought at Besides the two white persons mentionednine made brick, for local and outside trade, the lan, now with the Florida Central. The So the pilgrims passed through the great

reasonable prices. If you want a home in negroes lost their lives. machinery for which is already. purchased. route is along the mouth of McGirt's creek, gates of the Pantheon, and after a little .

Florida parties cannot do better than to I The Wylly was 13 or 14: years old and and is on-its way South. With the charac- along the rear of the McIntosh and Reed while a bronze bust of the painter was ln- ;.
and look at this section before settling.The Park thence westto veiled. It then began, of course, to rain .
come
regarded as unsafe. Her timbers were old teristic energy of these gentlemen the work property, through Orange ,
A. S. N. Co. is making steady strides and decaying, and, if they:had been strong will be pushed to completion, when we Doctor's lake, across Black creek to Magnolia wreaths in the niche'where the bust i is ;

toward getting ready business on Payne's and firm the fearful disaster we are record- :shall be pleased to give a detailed description Green Cove Spring and a point oppos- placed and at the foot of the altar behind '

Prairie Lake. They have purchased the ing would not have taken place from such a of the first and only rotary brick ma- ite Tocoi, connecting there with the St. which Rafaelle is interred, garlands of oak
steamer C/wxcoJa, and will put it in order if deal of John's Railway for St.Augustine, thence on leaves with gilt acorns being conspicuous
cause. She had on not a great chine in the county, or .this part of the .
found worthy, but they expect to build anew i freight.-Quincy Herald. State.. Live Oak Bulletin. to Palatka. Work has already begun, and among the floral tributes. After this there

boat, sixty feet long by eighteen feet Leon. ---. ---------- will be pushed vigorously forward. Mr. was a shower of bunches of the violet-a t9.tl

beam, the building of which will be decided We took a look at a Leon county dairyman's RAILROAD NOTES. Ambler says trains will be running to Pa- flower of which Rafaelle is traditionally be-
this week and it is expected she wouldbe .1 lieved to have been fond. In the afternoonthe
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upon book recently, and from it we ob- latka by the time the winter season opens. '
ready for business inside of two months.In We were kindly permitted to make the Green, Cove observance of the commemoration was
Spring.
tained an insight into his,dairy operations
the meantime the canal into Wauburg following extract from a private letter, transferred to the Hall of Horatu and Curiatu
for' the past twelve months. He has only It that the railroad from Thomas-
Lake will be dug, the survey of which, it is written from Ocala to a gentleman in Brooks- ,I appears in the Capitol, where King Humbert and ; ,
six cows, one of which is six years old and ville to Tallahassee is to he built. The sur-
ville A bit of railroad is
expected, will be made this week by Mr. W. : news a report, Queen Marguerita were present to hear a '
another very old. From these six cows he vey of three routes is progressing and the
C. Miller. The survey of the switch from that the Tropical (broad gauge) is going for- discourse on Rafaelle and his work by the '
had sold in Tallahassee 1,060 pounds of but- indications are that it will be run on whatis
the Transit: road to Biven's arm was made ward at once, and will not stop again until commendatore Quirino Leoni and then the ,,
ter at 30 cents per pound, realizing $319.80. known as the Miccosukie line as it offers
last week, and the switch is to be put in as the entire system is completed.ork on performance, by a choir of two hundred '
From the same cows he: has six calves better facilities and more substantial aid
soon as it can be done. The whistle of the the Leesburg branch will begin first, but voices and the members of the Academy of
he would not sell for $75 and has usedat
that The
than either of the proposed routes.
little steam propeller is now heard over the possibly both lines will be pushed forward I St. Cecilia, a grand cantata, composed by .i
least 100 pounds of butter at home, worth Miccosukie line will pass within ten milesof
lake daily. It draws three feet of water, and : simultaneously. Steel rails will be laid all the :Maestro Falchi. The ceremonial, however -
$30. To sum up, he has realized $424.80 Monticello, and it has been intimatedthat
lands at Freymouth's on Chacala with no the way to. Punta Rassa. was still further extended. The f
from his six cows, or 7080. per cow. which the Page syndicate is favorable to the great
trouble. It is the intention of the On Wednesday lfajir Henning Spanish noble the Duke of
presi-
... company demonstrated that the dairy business in building of a branch road from Monticello, RipaUla the J ,
to route with this steamerto dent D. E. Maxwell : proprietor of the Farnesina on' '
open a passenger Leon county is something of bonanza ; Captain general superintendent in a northeasterly direction,to connect with Villa t', ,
Gainesville soon. It is expected the new and Colonel Bnshnell, chief banks of the Tiber, who has for a considerable -
itself. As we have sampled, butter in more the Thomasville & Tallahassee road. This
steamer when loaded with several thousand of the and Peninsular time in
engineer, Tropical past consequence of a dispute
than thirty States of this Union; we claim to proposed branch road would cross the arm
crates will draw but eighteen o" twenty Railroads passed Fort Dade with the municipality declined
through en to allow the ;
be a judge of the article, and pronounce thisgentleman's of the Miccosukie lake at or near Henry'sbridge k
inches of water. As soon as time will per- route for Bartow and Charlotte Harbor. public to visit the villa, threw"open.'with a .i
butter as good as we want to and in its construction no serious
mit we will be able to step on the steamerin : These distinguished railroad men, while generosity and public spirit which do him ''
eat. It is the equal of any butter in color, obstacles would be encountered. The branch i.
Wauburg Lake, and take a pleasant ride careful of what they said, said enough for great honor, his gates to all and sundry. ,
flavor and firmness, we care not where it would not exceed ten miles in length, andit .
of ten miles, to the Transit road.-Orange us to know that they were looking out for Many thousands of persons visited the Far- .
, comes from nor by whom it is made, and it would strike the main line about thirteenor
Growers' Gazette. has been awarded first premium at our Middle the best route for their road. We feel con- fourteen miles south Thomasville. We nesina during the day, the common people

Columbia. Florida Fair and at the State Fair. Ona fident that when they give this section an are favorable to the enterprise, and wouldbe forming the majority of the crowd. The

Our South Florida friends who feel any dairy farm, properly conducted in Leon examination they will agree with us, thatit pleased to hear from Mr. Page and asso- poorest and raggedest Roman knows the ;

jealousy at the claims put forth that the cultivation county, the increase of stock, the manure will pay their company to build through ciates as to the possibility of its construc- story of the Farnesina, and of the treasures r

of the orange is a success in Columbia saved and applied to land and the con- Fort Dade, rather than V ross the river, for tion. It would open up as fine an agricul- which it contains. There, in a noble saloon

county, should remember that at the sumption of butter and milk will pay a this section is already considerably devel- tural country as can be found in the South, I which is now the Duke's drawing-room, are

time of the first settlement of the State a handsome interest on the i investment, and oped and still rapidly developing, and will and certainly greatly increase the businessof the masterpieces of Rafaelle's maturity. '

very large wild grove stood upon the shore remunerate the dairyman for feed and care furnish a large local trade ; while the coun- the Thomasville & Tallahassee road. We There is the exquisitely lovely Triumph "

of Orange Pond, nine miles northwest of of cattle, thus leaving the proceeds sold as a try on the other side will afford no local have almost despaired of securing direct of Galatea," and there, too are the frescoes

: Lake City, which withstood the freeze of clear profit. Thousands of pounds of first- trade for twenty-five <;>thirty miles. Should railroad connection with the Savannah, which tell the story of" Cupid and Psyche" 1,

: 1835 and all other changes and enemies class butter are made every; year in Leon the company build across the river it,would Florida & Western Railway at Quitman, or -the enchanting fable of love, grief and :

until the farmers laid their hands upon the county, and it finds a ready; sale in Talla- have to tap Fort Dade with a branch if it any other point, and will hail proposals for death, of reconciliation and immortality. ,,

trees, transplanting many and destroying hassee at from 25 to 30 cents per pound- would secure her trade, for very few people this new route with great delight.-Monti- For years the Romans havo not been. per- ,

; others. There are orange trees now bearing mostly the latter-and the demand is always would like to haul their produce throughthe cello Constitution. mitted to gaze upon these pictures, which, j

in this town from seed planted thirtyfiveyears greater than the supply. It. is almost impossible river swamp. They would prefer to in beauty of design and brilliancy of color, a

ago, though most of the bearing trees to overstock a market with good patronize the narrow gauge, and haul over Hotel Arrivals. have probably never been surpassed. One

are much younger; nearly all are seedlings, butter, but if our market should ever be good roads, if they had to go further. This \ morecharacteristic incident marked the -

as it is only within a few years that grafting overstocked with first-class :Leon county makes the second party of railroad magnateswho EGMONT.A Rafaelle celebration. At night theTrasteverewas 1

has been practiced here. The high lands, butter, th ere will be found ready sale for it have passed through here within the and wife G Coffin, B and Dreyfus family and, A wife C Downing, Geo P Titus, Jr, all ablaze with colored lamps,and special .

well drained by reason of its porous soil, in Thomasville and Jacksonville, from past few days. Only last week a party con- and wife, Edward D Webb, A J Constantine; care was taken to illuminate the house of :

suit it, and there is no known cause to fear which places our merchants; now receive nected with the Florida Southern passed wife and four children, H W Perkins, Mrs the Fornarina. The legend tells how the .

the early decay of groves planted upon and fill orders for good country butter. And through, no doubt looking for a route, and McCurdy, Miss Nellie Perkins, Louis C painter, going to his work at the Farnesina,

them ; the flat lands are to be tested. As this highly-favored of Florida might canvassing the prospect. We think the Tiffany Henning, wife, John, three Neilson children, S and C Ellis maid, ,New B S first saw the faceof the lovely woman whose !

> elsewhere,'hammock soil produced the wild easily and profitably furnish other-portions prospects are bright for a railroad throughFort York ; Chas T Tyrer, England ; W Fulton, name will be imperishably connected with I

: groves, but cultivated trees do well upon of the State with numerous other commodities Dade in the near future.-Fort Dade Rich F Donovan John Dorman, Isaac his own, as she was gazing from an upper
the pine land. People who have given at- which obtain Messenger. Nathan Miss Myers, Philadelphia ;;J Dixon casement of the house where she dwelt.
they now from the North
and wife, W II Dixon, Sing Sing N Y; :MrsL : That window is yet a shrine to the Roman
tention to the, cultivation of the fruit are and West.-Floridian.Putnam.. : We copy from the Times-Union the latest II Slade, Mrs K P Fowler. Miss N B An- The mistress Rafaelle was only thepadronaof

most enthusiastic, and a few years more i? information attainable in relation to the drew, Cincinnati ; Isaac M Chesbrough, Wm a.baker's shop, but many a princess may
will prove the truth of the claim that ,the The cypress timber on the St. Johns river projected railroad from Jacksonville to Pa- M Gorman, Cleveland ; R R Cook and wife, have envied the fame she has acquired.A .
3 H M Godfrey, Taunton, Mass E
Chicago; ;
profit to the producer is as great here as may be said to be almost. inexhaustible. Itv latka and Tampa. From this it will be seen S Barker Towanda, Pa ; J W Buckner St FAST SCHEDULE.

elsewhere. Here a man can grow peaches, quality it will compare favorably with that that the owners of each line, as yet, stand Louis ; J W Burton, :Mrs: KSnyder Danville, Our vegetable we hope will be
plums grapes, figs, apricots, melons, vegetables of any other locality in the ;world. The firm on their rights, and are full of determination Ky; L R Tuttle, W E Livingston. Wm benefited growers, ,
the fast
and wife, E C Stimpson, wife and by schedule just inaug-
etc., for Northern markets, cultivatehis trees in size of them and talk. it all the Byrnes
are many showing a Through public two children. A W Owens, John E Hart- urated between Atlanta and Cincinnati,
field crops, and then have his orange clean trunk for one hundred feet-entirely will understand that at length the long con- ridge, B G Simpkin, Wm H Stallengs, Jr, which is announced follows in theSavannah
grove as an ornament and source of profit free from any defect calculatedto injure it templated railroad communication betweenthe George M Walker L I Fleming :Mrs: C H News of the 17th : !
with very little expense. Quite a number or impair its value. Of the Cypress are towns along the St. Johns river is Jones and daughter, Jacksonville; J W
Whitney and wife, Brooklyn, NY ; Jos D A new freight schedule has gone into effect
I I of people have small nurseries, where per made the best shingles, as well l as staves, about to be perfected. During the next Wilde and wife, W Nickerson and wife, MrsJ between Atlanta and Cincinnati that a few
sons who desire can procure"all the young and plank for the manufacture: of sugar season it is probable that Pullman cars S Nickerson, Miss Belle J Nickerson, J P years ago would have made even railroadmen
trees they desire for planting. boxes and barrels. The trees 'are girdled, will run from Chicago and New York to C Winship and wife, W C Haskins, Boston ; open their eyes. The Western &; At-
C R Mason wife and child, Milton Bonny, lantic has met the Cincinnati Southern halfway
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Gadsden. and when taey become dead are cut and Green Cove and Palatka without changingat Mrs Burley, Mrs E J Mason, :Miss Alice in the effort to secure rapid transit for
STEAMER "WTLLY" SUNK,-Passengers allowed to lie until a freshet comes, when Jacksonville. The many advantages and Mason, Lawrence, Mass; J H Carleton, freights. The through freight which leaves
from Chattahoochee, last Thursday evening, they are floated out of the swamps and conveniences which a line of rail to Jack- Haverhill Mass; Mrs C G Cooper and two Atlanta at 6:15 p. m. is in Cincinnati the
that the mills where the sawed sonville will be understoodwith children, Miss Irene W Martin, Mt Vernon, second morning after G, making the run of \
reported the rafted
pilot house of a steamboat, to are bring to us may Norwich 474 miles in hours and i
Ohio ; Mrs E Peck, Miss Peck, thirty-five forty-five
boxes, barrels, planks, mattresses, etc., had into lumber.-As a whole, Putnam county but little consideration ; at present, we Conn ; N B Bartram, Miss Grace Bartram, minutes. This is an improvement of over
been seen floating down the river, on that is as healthy as any portion of t the State. will only say that these advantages will, White Plains N Y; Miss H E Bigelow, eight hours on the test schedule of last

day, presaging a terrible disaster, and as it The western portion of the comity has always without doubt, soon be ours.-The build- Marlboro, Mass ;James Kneeland, Miss Ella summer. When the fruit season opens the '
Kneeland, Milwaukee, Wis ; Wm H Simms, new schedule is expected to be of great
was known that the *' TfyKy" was up the been noted for its healthfulness, alsoon ing of a railroad from Jacksonville to Pa- C II Simms, Dayton, 0 ; Paul E Rollins, ,.value both to the roads and to the enormous
river, it was generally thought the boat had the rolling pine lands at San Mateo$ and latka, and thence across the peninsula to Fort George, FlaIrs:: Oliver Wernett, Troy, fruit trade which Cincinnati is building up.
been blown up. at Dunn's Lake; also on the brinks of the Tampa, is demanded, and after two years of N Y ; Mrs W H Waldby and family, Adrian, A large number of refrigerator cars are being
:Mich: Geo 8 Parrot Marshall, Mich A S built at both ends of the line for what must
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On yesterday evening Maj. George Haines, St. Johns, where there are no swamps in incubation is about to become a fact. The ; be business.
Purdlet, Philadelphia ; Mrs McNear:: Mrs a great The lines north of the
who is a brother in-law of our fellow-towns- close proximity to the dwellings. Orange so-called Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West W D Rand, :Misses: Rand, Boston. Ohio river are arranging schedules of similar

wan, Mr, J, K. Shaw, and, who was aboard Mills, on the'east banks of the St. Johns, is Railroad (a name as long as the proposed speed to carry on the freights thus hurriedto
1 the ill-fated steamer at the time of the sad as healthy a place as one need wish for during route-why don't they call it the Florida President Arthur and party took the their reach._
United States steamer Tallapoosa for Savannah The use of adjustable track cars increases
catastrophe, arrived on the train, and from the winter. Palatka is a fav}>rite inva- Midland 1)) is about to be speedily built. on the 18th. He is said to have enjoyed very fast, and.the demand for them on the j
him we learn that on last Wednesday night, lids resort. Water for drinking purposes is Roads about to be built have been very numerous his stay at St. Augustine more than Southern lines will be far greater this season

a little after,10 o'clock, as the Trylly was as abundant and. of as good a quality as in in this State in the past, and some- any other portion of his trip. than it ever was before.

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:, .t ,'f DRIFTED APART. .' James Rosewarne turned on' his heel, and these qualities were 'kept on stock iri the peace. I Professional and Business Cards.

f: -:1IJtt !, was going toward the door. room. One.of them noticed a black patch in the

;ir \Ve had a little quarrel. Allow me to say," :pursued the editor, Rosewarne went home and wrote an'arti water about five yards away.
4 ;-L: ,,:;'f She and I' "that personally I am extremely sorry that cle. Then he wrote it over again. Then he What's that?" he said to his mate. WM. B. C. DUKYEE,
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,: f ., ':: We thought to mend our quarrel, our connection'has come to an end. You wrote it a third time. Two jays afterwardit The mate took his pipe out of his mouth
:' : By-and-by. will see the cashier, of course. He has been came back with the intimation that it was and looked in the direction of the black G I ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,

,::1" But we made such long delay instructed to hand you a quarter's salary. not crisp and strong enough. He wrote another patch.
1m'. .F the forgiving word to say And if we should be able to assist you in any article, and it had not sufficient playof Looks like a head," he observed. CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT,

;';J, '} /;. That we drifted far away, way-" fancy ; a third, and it was deficient in "Another o' them suicides, I reckon. I
"',r She and I. But James Rosewarne had slammed the imagination and wit: suppose we shall have to pull it out. Reachus FERNANDINA, FLA.
R- 5( ; '., r \ door behind him, and was gone. Gradually he was sinking into a conditionof a boat-hook."
G : : ,'u jt.1! .); Ve had been friends together, dull misery and self-distrust, and all the I dunno about pulling it out," said the Hay, Corn, Oats

," II'OJ. 1- ", t. She and I; II. while he was writing hopeful letters home, mate. What do they pay for them things?"

: ;:.:;; 1: Through clear and cloudy weather, Studborough is a grim,hard-lookingstony- cheering with delusive words the heart that Five bob, and half a crown for evi JAMES HIcGIFFIX,

.J: "...,.'... .t. r. She and I; hearted town. It is full of smoke and tall was brooding over him, longing after him, dence." AND BUILDER,
:: ,, :! Our friendship we'd declared, chimneys. There is not a tree, or a grassy praying for him, and believing in his suc- "Well, if you want my opinion had CONTRACTOR
\ ;'; ,:.- :!:. Our cares and comforts shared, or a plot of garden ground, anywhere cess. better be left where it is. For that five bob
square Alachua Street between
Second
'" .,.,;' ,' """ .Vnd most pleasantly had fared, between its centre and its circumference. So many papers; such a vast number of we shall have to come down from Batter- and Third,

"': : ,'. r She and I. Nobody would live there by choice, only of men employed in producing them, and no sea." FERNANDINA, FLA.
: .' =: : ,::",' necessity. room for me?" Well, it'll be a bit of a trip. Let's have Orders and estimates from a distance care-

," ) *;',> &' ;'' No evil genius dreading, James Rosewarne was to live in Studbor That was the thought that was always it out ;" and, grasping a boat-hook, the fully attended to. 25-tf
,' ': ;I f, She and I; ough no longer. To terminate his connection forcing itself upon him as he walked down barge man began to reach out toward the

,1 ""+ Spoke freely of our wedding with the Argus was to banish him from Fleet street and saw the names of half a black patch in the water. O. S. OAKES

'j i ; ,,:: By-and-by ; the scene of eight years' hard work and dozen newspapers on every other door. The passengers waiting for the boat at C;
f : "; ,." And talked as lovers do, struggle. There was no other newspaper in He had made two or three friends, who Lambeth pier shrank away in horror whena ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
I, -t., y Of a cosy nest for two ; gave him abundant advice. dead body was brought ashore. The ju-
; that district with which, his opinions being
: : ,' :
:", :tJ i 1:. She and I. This was the first thought that struck him has his' copy' in on time, and if he can form. The evidence given before them in DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF

::1 \Ve met and when his interview with the editor came to turn his hand to a thing or two. he is sure the Blue Dragon amounted to this : ALL SIZES.
: ;- ': :; were light-hearted, to be successful in London. Alwavs have Two bargemen had found the and
q end. He He walked body .
f.- She and I. an was very angry. Post Office Box 174. .
.
; in in time old said bne it ashore. It the third in
toward his home the outskirts with long your copy' man, brought was a
; : .t : t. But sorrowfully parted, on jan4 Fernandina, Fla
of these week.
i encouragingly.James
strides. Then as his heat cooled his ,
4. rapid ,
1\ '. She and I
; Rosewarne smiled, and said that Two policemen testified that it was respectably -
moderated and he began to considerhis LOUIS A. C. LAXGE
'1 And though bitter the pace ,
,,: :. regret future. anyone who would take his "copy" might clothed ; that the pockets were
:'. ;a At the broken amulet, What must be his next' step? "It is probable certainly depend upon having it in time, empty ; that the clothes contained no booksor UPHOLSTERER.SADDLE .
; ,' ," /1 ,,'; Ve have never spoken yet, ," he considered, .' that there is some I but that man had yet to be found. papers or other means of identification, I KER,

,. .":,;-'J: ;'.,," She nor I. where on the face of the globe a special little "There are at least twenty new men com- and that the linen was marked J. R. Foot of Centre Street,

:, i,1 ...): They say I'm rather mulish ; corner for each of us, if we could only findit ing to London every week," said another, Two doctors were of opinion that the FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
"Not of them has had been in the water for fort
more considerately. one a body fully a
',. 1 but continuallyfitted
; are being
f' That may be ; square pegs Furniture repaired in the best manner.
.. into round holes. I of the I chance of success unless he can do somethinga night. It must have floated up and down
a' ;;: .J :; And I was young and foolish- am one Hair Mattresses made to order at short
( I and the holes great deal better than any one else. Can with the tide. There was a wound across the
,:.:<1. ':<, So was she; square pegs, suppose, square notice. 35
'/ ," I, p; 'Twas a quarrel most absurd are in a minority. For every vacant post you do good descriptive work, Rosewarne? forehead ; another, two inches deep, under

:', ",': f ;'i ; And I can't recall a word, that I could fill there will be a hundred applicants Can you teach your grandmother bow to the shoulder-blade ; and a third on the right W. K. BAUKNIGIIT,
.', '; :'\. And just how the breach occurred or so. I have no qualities that will suck eggs? If you can, why go about and side. As to whether the wounds had been AGENT
'\, Puzzles'me. mark me out specially from the rest. I can see life. Go down into Shoreditch, or Mill- made before or after death there was a difference ,
;
do my work, perhaps, as well as the other wall, or Ratcliff Highway, or go up in a of opinion. One doctor said before, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
o;;. : We had a foolish quarrel, : ninety-nine, but probably not a whit better balloon. These things have all been done? and another doctor said after. The body BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER

,f, i '\. She and I; than any of them. The prospect is aboutas Yes, but you come with fresh eyes. Whatis had been so long in the water that it was ANDDealer
1. ; "" That 1 furnishes I a moral unpromising as it could possibly be." worn out to us will be novel to you. You really impossible to ascertain the truth. in Ice
',:' f" : Who'll deny ? Before he reached home he had succeeded will put a new face on familiar things, and "Well, gentlemen," said the smiling coroner TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY,

,'" :., : o if any one offends, in reasoning himself into a state of heavy you will succeed. One-half of the world is to the twelvegood men and true, *' thisis BROOM STREET' WHARF

',<( I :,et him haste to make amends ; despondency. He walked up to his door always willing to be taught how the other one of those cases of which we have had 19-tf FERNANDINA FLA.
y :: If he waits he'll have no friends with a lagging step anda; cloud on his face, half lives, and it takes a great many lessons sadly too many of late. A body is found in
) without much towards the water and there is not the least jot of
I : By-and-by and an unaccustomed bend of the shoulders. making progress DR. W. E. SNYDER,
'I"!! Here's dada !I" shouted his little daughter knowledge." evidence to show how it got there ; nor does
: ; she toward l him but he merely It was excellent advice, and James Rose there seem to be any chance of identification. EI
as ran ,
!, <: : :; I !I rOUND IN TIlE THAMES. patted her soft, smooth cheek and took her warne decided to act upon it. From thence- Our duty, I think, is tolerably clear. gEI

.. ; }little hand and said nothing. forth he spent much time in places with This man may have been murdered, or he HID > e

:. ;j fi .1.. i. Then he glided up to his own room, very shady reputations. may have committed suicide. We must :dW =

00 ::, ':" iditor of the Studborough Daily Argus among his books, and once more took stockof leave further investigation to the police. )
: IV. Your verdict I will be, Found
was bold self- suppose,
the situation. He not
t :r, \y- nail, squat, clean-shaven man, with a or a ".
that is, certain. Now that How unvarnished faces of drowned? -
: 'j'i t light hair, so scrupulously flattened confident man, many plain :d -
,. ':"r; ; ; .0 I ud so carefully trimmed at the ends, the ladder which he had been climbing had men do we look at, unknowing of murder Thejury unanimously opinion that -
...' ::::I, 'L, .;;: almost looked as though it might broken under him, he felt crushed and hope- behind those eyes !1" this was the only verdict possible under the r
"so
'.., 'i; J. ,. an woven. less. How would his wife bear the news? The words are Thackeray's. They had circumstances: the body, which was
That the which he come into James Rosewarne's mind in some dressed in linen marked J. R., was buried FIRST-CLASS 20
.s. i -ntly a weak man this editor yet a was question kept puttingto ; years'
himself. He afraid she would bearit longshore" wanderings in the neighbor by the parish, with the keeper of the mortu- OPERATIONS reasonable. Sets
., + '\' tan who was striving with all his I was ; charges
*" '.'. 'c o be strong. There was a look of in-. ill. ;, hood of Limehouse. Not that the faces of ary for chief mourner, and a paragraph in of Teeth on Gold, Celluloid or Rubber, and
} .JtR .i t.i about his eyes ; his cheeks were : By and by he heard, a light footstep on most of the men whom he had encounteredwere the newspapers for epitaph.VI. every set warranted to fit or money refunded. -

.'< u ;' I I flabby ; around his! mouth there the stairs, and he pretended to be busy in the either unvarnished or plain. On the Loose or ill-looking Sets re-set, and
;'. W' : 't a single decisive line. Acting' arrangement of his books: His wife stole contrary, they generally shone with grease made entirely satisfactory. Consultationsand

"' -r; : .' under the inspiration of the proprie- behind him with a girl's playfulness, and and dirt and perspiration, and were scoredall Yes, that is the wery curiousest case as advice free, and willingly given. 10
+ '., t "'ie Argus, he was constantly ponder- placed her hands over his eyes. over with the signs of vice and evil pas- I've ever encountered." -
j,r ,'. ; > how he might make others believe It was an old joke, and he endeavored to sions and rude living. It was the faces that The speaker was leaning his elbow on the

: t ( .: instructions which he issued were laugh at it. Then he turned round, laid his he noticed most-cruel, mean faces, with counter of the Blue Dragon, and addressing

: :' ," : : i his own sole responsibility. There hands on her shoulders,:iand gazed tenderlyinto weak chins and scowling eyes, and great I. himself a gentleman who was seated on a ,jay. .
,; f"k.' ort of wavering peremptoriness in her eyes. Finally he drew her head mouths and ears and small foreheads, mat I stool by his side.

t" ,J h .nner. He liked to do peremptory toward him, and played;with her soft wavy ted over with hair. Honest men enough, "I've kept that there mortuary ever sinceit

.' :: 1. : If he asked question of any of his hair. : the owners of many of them, no doubt, but was opened, and I was sexton to the par-

; H: ,:t j. ; .. .nates: it was in a style which seemed Something is the matter. with you," she not prepossessing. ish for many a year before that. Why, I ,..r'I "KENDALL'S
." : ,'R t. : "Yes, I know what the answer said. "What is it?" : Rosewarne had wandered. about for a great dug lots of them graves as you was a looking
f :)' .' I be. My own mind is quite made I am a little tired, A 1I1ie." part of the day, observing, questioning, at this morning, sir-lots of 'em I dug, '.u
'. .jjf ../ -u'.. : merely wish to see whether there is And what else ?'' ; making notes. He was getting very tired; but in all my experience I never did knowa
He stood looking at her with the his head ached his feet seemed getting too
playing ,
', :.,. lilar power of decision in you rs. case like that.
'.J wavy hair, saying nothing. large for his boots ; but he would see it all sir-I calls hera
that
: :\:') : '-litor had a peremptory thing to do Why, lady, always ar
1 'I':. f.. corning on which we make his ac- "James, have you left the Argus f1 she inquired out, this peculiar show that interested himso lady, because you can easily see as she is :
t: ,' :nce. He was putting himself in a leaping to conclusions from the expression much. Matter for an article! There was such-that lady, sir, she have been a coming :

011 ': ; : !z' frame of mind to do it with effect. of his face. : matter for a book.It here every day almost for six months or'' -
1 "' '.: fully smoothed out the morning Yes, Annie." was getting dark. He heard a hurried, more. At first she gave me two or three ..or.-:: =--:.-,:- .--- __'" :i ......
'3 "j r,. I m their separate piles. He arrangedrning's She:? looked stricken for a moment, as one disorderly tramp behind him. Then he sawa coppers: every time she come. Then it fell -_ ;;:::::

,' ,; t letters under a paper-weight. who knew not what evil was to follow. gang of youths, some of them armed with to a penny. "Then it fell to nothin'. :Moneywas MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY

i :sted his blotting-pad. He took up Then seeing how sad he was, she laid her leather belts, :some with sticks, some with going, sir, and she was gettin' thinner, THE discovered, as it is certain in its

,; ( t, : I ":. ,' i. bit the end of the holder viciously, arm on his great shoulders and said : Well, clubs with lead at the end. They came and her face-it were always a sweet face, effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
) :\ ; <:I placed it by the side of his desk. never mind, James ; there are just as good along toward him, and he grasped his own and it's a sweet face now-weregettin' BELOW. .
: fish in the ca'ne out of it." stick more firmly. As the leaders of the it.
fi'I d 2 rang a bell, and a boy appeared. sea as ever of the look of dead-an'-gone sorrow on
: ; J !fr. Rosewarne come?" There was a little trepidation in her voice, gang passed him they looked into his face. "She goes round to all the morturries
': 4J4: ,' "j.t know sir ; I'll go and see." but evidently she meant: to be brave. Her Others lingered for while, as if waiting fora does that lady, and a fine job it is. She Saved Him $1,800.00.

.;:. ? ; .; ;, I ',3 is i in his room, please to tell him words and manner contained just that bit signal. Then he heard words of consulta- walks it all, sir, every step of the way. Sometimes ADAMS, N. Y., January 30, 1882.

;,. ,u .', th 'sire!:a few moments' conversation." of comfort which James:.Rosewarne wanted.He tion.___, _u she comes here first, and sometimes B. J. Kendall & Co.
Dr.
j T h y disappeared, and a few minutes was able to think of the future now, if What cove's that?" said one. she goes to Golden Lane first, and some used: deal of
a good
GENTS yourKendalrs
., nfl"r : ;I there was a knock at the door, not with more hope, at least with less fear. Looks fly," said another. times she goes to Battersea first. Wonder it -Having Cure with great success. I

:' ,: :t'l. : I .11, bearded man of about 35 walkededitor's "And what will you do,James," she asked Detective, p'r'aps," said a third. hasn't killed her? So do I. But it is killin' I Spavin would let know what it has
t w, i i.s' I' room. after a while. This view of James Rosewarne's character her-killin' her just as surely as if somebodywas thought: you I had
speedya
".. I think I must London Annie." seemed to meet with general approval : done for me. Two years ago as
,
: I morning Mr. Rosewarne, said go a squeezin'at her heart an' tightenin'his raised in Jefferson county.
r ; t't" ,, And that is what you have been dream for there was a shrill whistle, and the gang day. colt as was ever
)r. grip every him he kicked
over
: -' : ,1 1 morning, sir," said Rosewarne. ing of all your life." she said.II It is come passed on. A policeman, with a slow heavy How does she do when she sees a body ? When cross-bar I was breaking and fast and tore one of his

1 .. t -h to speak! to you on a matter that to pass at last. Why, James, I am almost tread, approached him, scanned him narrowly Why, at first she fainted when she see'd the hind all to got I employed the best

i! y .' .. consider of some importance. Pray glad, for your sake, that the Argus has and followed in the wake of the them black coffins laid out in the morturry. farriers.legs but they pieces.all said he was spoiled.He .
j. ".,..- i 'I" treated you so ill." gang. After going a few yards he turned, Then when she came round she put her and I
: ',I *if. : >sewarne sat down, and waited for .. passed Rosewarne again, seemed to be satisfied hand to her side, and sort a crept up to used had two a bottles very large of thorough-pin Kendall's,Spavin
;' III. and went on out of sight. It is not The first she your
i to where the bodies were lying.
ir proceed. and
Cure and it took the u1ch.entirely off,
? _
,VI .rig the late election, Mr. Rosewarne," James Rosewarne had been a month in usual for well-dressed men to venture alone saw she cave a quick shudder an' fainted he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
': r +r went on to say, you'used a great London, and his prospects were not appreciably into such a neighborhood after dark, and away again. She 8 gettin' more used to it' used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, and
g "t'; your private influence in favor oforamended better than when he came. the policeman was suspicious. Clearly,how now ; but she always creeps up in a kind o it has always cured completely and left the
: ::te," What few introductions he had been able ever, the stranger meant no harm. fear ; and when she turns away one can see smooth.

i ...' such of the electors as I to procure had been of:no service to him. James Rosewarne wandered by the riverside the tears in her eyes. I believe she would leg tIt is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.

.. ,.h +I t' t 'fluence to split their votes between .They did not come from persons of sufficient until far into the night, among boats be glad if she could find him she's seekingfor I have recommended it to a good many, and
i r' Liberal candidates." influence, or they were addressed to and mud and slime and rotting quays, and in one of them coffins. She's so bent on they all say it does the work. I was in With-

w : -I not strike you to inquire whether the wrong men. ruined buildings and dismal streets. He had finding him that she'd rather see him dead erington Kneeland's drug store,in Adams,
t! ,1 ,1, :plover, the proprietor of this jour- He had provided himself with specimensof no intention of staying out so long, but the than not at all." the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou
+ h i 11 ,'. ," .Jit care for Mr. Drake as a colleague his work, and he had found that they place had made a weird impression on him, Yes, sir, she did tell me her name, and sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
I' i of useless. He could not to which, in his present mood, he enjoyed. she told her Her husband corned
f ,: : I I J presentation the borough ? were get access me story. not they said if I would write to you that
;, '. : .t did not. I concluded that he no editors, or editors would not look at his specimens Wandering by the river-side at night time up to London 'cos what hewas doing wherehe ;would send me one. I wish you would,
it ;sfredtherepresentationtobedividedar4 if he did. They were full of the world's seemed a proper employment for a man belonged had been stopped off somehow. and you I will do all the good I can.
: ; *,,.1 'V : the two parties. In any case I affairs i they were influencing ministries, who could find nothing better to do. He They were very fond of each other, and he Very respectfully yon E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
: i J' jive considered it my duty to assist moulding public opinion, controlling the seemed to fall into strange sympathy with wrote her a few letters saying that he was
a ; i ,< lg out the Tory.'' nation's destinies ; they bad no time to his odd circumstances ; and before his eyes going to do ever so well in London ; and
t : .' '.. ", we will not discuss that, Mr. Rose. spare for James Rosewarne. there rose pictures of his pleasant home at then she never heard anything of him any Spavin Cure.

f"t.:: :r'l : 1 see that we should not be likely to When he went to a newspaper office and I Studborough and of the wife who had that more. His name was Rosewarne, sir. He

r ; t: :; ilowever, it is of no consequence. stated his desire to see Mr. A., or :Mr. B. or day written a letter-to cheer him,and of the was something on the press, she says ; and ON HUMAN FLESH.
"' .....; < : sent for you to say is that we are Mr. C., a small slip of paper was handed! to little dark-eyed daughter, who, as that let he came from somewhere in the North.Tinsley' ."-
ter said, made continual inquiry as to "when VEVAY. IND., August 12,1881.Dr. .
this he write Magazine.THE .
;," tt't' ? J make some rearrangement in our him, and on was expected to "
i 1I .O ...t'i.Jfl. [r. Macculloch, who has written so down his name and his business. The slip dada would come home. B. J. Kendall & Co.: ..
?
He was passing some quaint gabled houses GENTS-Sample of circulars received to !
u1 -: : 'f our leaders during the election, of paper was elevated to the upper stories by Louise who is the
,t ti ;. r. *V .::1' a have been in such important dis- means of a square box and a string, and that looked mysteriously picturesque in the Princess passing day. Please send me some with my imprint
i moonli ht. A lamp at the corner shot a idle days in Bermuda, was touchingly referred printed on one side only. The Kendall f
'.I ,.-.it with us is to receive a then the porter was informed through a tube
; :
: ,
permanent the Prince of Wales in his speech a
of light downward, and showed him his to by Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
ti ('::1 .I. isnt. We have no post that would that Mr. A., or Mr. B., 'or Mr. C., was en- ray of the London
own loneliness. A man came out of one of fortnight ago to the graduates and not only for animals but for human
i'
.
r 'r : f ::. .h so well as Recently gaged. ,
r-a;
; t yours. you ;
what
meantime
11 much satisfaction of James Rosewarne had .been introduced to the alleys that led from the street, and again high schools. In the was ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
t'h' I': given us so as
Then the silence was rent by the Princess doing in Bermuda? On the leading farmers in our county, sprained an
y1.\ -i <;i eve me, that I say this with the one editor by an acquaintance, and this gen disappeared. tendered her at St.
the shrill scream of a woman. The man day before the reception ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
him him
tleman had rid of
.h t regret. It has been decided that got by giving a .
: t, ; 'j' with note to another editor who that again came out of the alley, breathless. George's she went on a sketching expedition remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
shall terminate. was
\ V I I" .ogement us sorry
t r [ .; j. Rosewarne had been sitting with he had no present demand for his services. "Come and lend us a hand, will vou, along the shore, all alone end, after a time, I did far better than he bad expected; cured
drink to the
I guv'nor? she's fell down stairs and hurt becoming! thirsty, went for a the sprain in short order.
; r f ill- ; on the table, his head bent downs Once, by the help of the slip of paper and ItJames of fisherman. No one was very
i the box with the he herself! cottage a negro Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.
vr t' i eyes tracing the pattern of the square string, was "
z K ,. rr ,.i,. ,1 the floor. He now rose to his I brought into commuuication with a newspaper Rosewarne did not stop to consider there but auntie,shirt and for she her was" ole busy man'as Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for$5. All
f.. ::1 the blood mantling to his fore- proprietor, who "'personally conducted but followed the man into the dark alleyto could be ironing a The Princess druggists have it or can get it for yon, or it-

t : :; : I looked savagely at the editor who ," like Mr. Cook. This was a tall, thin, give did what he could.v. asked to wear her at for the drink.reception."I'se no time to will be sent to any address on receipt of

f ,r I" '.ng geometrical figures on his blot- grizzled man, who talked incessantly for a a fo' the price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. LEN-
bodder water was re-
getting
you
: t t:;: ." 5 with a quill pen. For a moment quarter of an hour about the political situa- "I'se fea'ful busy for I'se bound to DALL & CO.; Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
,. :: ; I as if there would be an explosion, tion and the stupidity df the government, The coroner was holding an inquest at ply ;de Queen's chile to-morrow., "But ifyou'll Send for Illustrated Circular.
'r F f : hT .; warne gained control of himself, and then asked his visitor what his business Lambeth. Twelve good men and true were see drink I'll iron while do Sold by all Druggists.
get me a you
i, ii*. book which lay close to his hand, mightjbe. seated round a table at the Blue Dragon. said the, thirsty Princess. The offer
i: + ly said: James Rosewarne explained. They had just been to the mortuary in the so, the Princess finished the shirt Notice.To .
?" "Well said the church-yard where in a deal coffin, was accepted,
parish
i i newspaper proprietor, ,
and her drink and then revealed her Creditors IT. C. Baker
the
of :
I s .. Mr. Rosewarne," said the editor, *'I might be able to toe; something from: painted black, and with a pane of glass in got !1" exclaimed
Lo'd
.. ',\.' i ye no wish to treat you harshly. you. What we want something; that is the lid they saw the body of a man; black, identity." honey I will, on the first day of May. 1883, at the
"auntie, when she recovered from her surprise office of J. E. Davis & Bro. Kings! Ferry,
crisp and strong abundant play of the bruised, sodden, dead, as the doctors declared ,
4 ) ". ... t)'.. :lever mind all that," said Rose- fancy, you know, \lively imagination, sParkling for at least fourteen days. ole man nor no one else ever wear Fla., make my final report, and pay to said
dat shirt nohow!1"
.' : above again creditors such amounts as may be due themas
: w.irn.'. When do yo wish me-to go? wit. The body had been picked up just
.':. :f. Macculloch is ready to commence The newspaper proprietor t said this with a Waterloo bridge by two bargemen. Their per his assignment to me,dated December

: ;., I.i iij: N' it would be well, I think, if you comprehensive wave of the hand, as if he barge was floating up sideways with the Nothing builds up shattered constitutionsso 29, 1882. J. E. DAVIS, Assignee.

aai.at" once. Still, I-" were signifying that a constant supply of: tide, and they were smoking the pipe of quickly as Brown's Iron Bitters. King's Ferry, Fla., March 28, 1883.

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SOME WASHIXQTOS TYPES. I ican cities is the institution of guides.I The GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC.
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class is fully organized here, add managesto ,_.
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MEN WHO LIVE IN' PECULIAR WAYS. make a comfortable living off the rural NOYES = :

WASHINGTON, April 7.-The publication bridal couples who are constantly trippinginto AD. rsSuccessor
H.:
to W. A. SANBORN E. DOTTEREl
in a recent letter of a single day's crop of Washington. The Washington guideis ( : ), ,
advertisements in the Washington papers probably as well informed as his{ European Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
offering for appointments in the departments prototype, and he adds to his other accom- i
pay
has caused::: considerable discussion of plishments a calm and effective impudencewhich GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT 0' a

the matter over the country, and the Washington is distinctively Ameri mi. The departments ,:1 CHOICE WISES AND LIQUORS,'HAY, GRAIN, :1111
notices their doors that
papers themselves have told one or post on '-
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two interesting stories of confidence men in all information will be given to'visitors; by Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near --- = --:=-" --:.-
connection with these advertisements. The the employes, and that it will nut be neces- Steamboat Landing,
to employ guides. This practically restricts FINE FAMILY :
Star tells of a man who had a Senator sary GROCERIES .
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
"working" for him, and had been prom- them to the Capitol, which is their .
ised an appointment; but the young man harvest field. One of their sinful games is Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. *
grew tired of waiting, and vertised that he to. tell the rural-looking visitors" that the Evans Special rates for Merchandise in
would for a place. One of the office "Capitol is closed to-day, but that theycan large quantities. .
pay get them in by a certain door for fifty EMBRACING NBA LY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT C;
brokers promptly appeared, the terms were Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- 6.,
and it be said in their defence
cents, must
assured that he BARBED
fixed and the applicant was ny's CHAMPION WIRE-the
should have a place soon. The broker then that they do not charge too high a price for best in the world.
FANCY
the entertainment which is sometimes to be IMPORTED GROCERI1 I. ,:
inquired casually if he had any" references I I Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATEDPLO ,
had there.-D. D. L.. in Sew York Tribune. ,
,'* etc. "Oh, yes, said the verdant WSwLocal

young man, Senator -- is my friend, DON'T WASTE MONEY on trashy extracts Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS "
"
and has promised me a place, naming VILLE. 33
when you can buy a lasting perfume so de- '
the chief who had done so.
The next department day the broker called upon the eston lightfully Cclcgne.A fragrant. and refreshing as Flor- PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY. Y3,.

Senator in the capacity of a friend of theyoung BuildingMaterial !
who was anxious to help him, and '
BENEFICIENT ACTION.The miserable ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVES TO SELECTIONS OF '
do if the Senator would let him
so
could t
looks and feeling of those confined at desksor
know just how the matter stood. The Sena- ...:1 tti
work tables, ire caused by weak Stomach, giUt +-
tor was verdant also, and promptly surrendered Kidneys, or Bowels. Parkers's Ginger Tonic BRICK, LIME, IIAIR, FINE ,
all the facts in his possession. The beneficient I TEAS AND COFFEES { ---
without intoxicating has such a .

situation in his
had the entire
broker now *: _.. .. .
action these and cleanses the -; -ttt
on so ;
He got from the Senator a letter to organs ,PLASTER, CEMENT,
Bras poisonous matters from the system, that
chief, and thus was estab- .
lished the department as mdiator. He was told at the department rosy cheeks and good health are soon SHINGLES, THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBE1'. s

that the matter had been kept in brought back again.-Express. : .

mind, and that a vacancy would occur in a DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. }
weak and childrenare made
Puny, sickly ,
man few days.the notification Finally he of carried his appointment to the young, Bitters.healthy and strong by using Brown's Iron PAINTS, OILS, ETC.AT ., NEW GOODS Received by Every Steam I. :.. K

and claiming, of course, to have secured it i
for him, received from him $25 a month for -

eight months, or $200. The clerk is still in BOOTS AND SHOES. :: Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERNANDINA\_ .
the Government employ. The more usual FRED W. HOYT & GO'S,
method is for the broker to tell the place- _
; -TIIE NEW STORE: SECOND STREET, Near Centre.
hunter that an advance payment of, say

$?.i, will be necessary. After a time he is COLLINS & CO. HARTFORD
probably told that there must be another .
:a { W. F. WOOD Jr. Sc
payment of$25 or$50. The bleeding processis C. H. HTJOT, ,
continued as long as possible, on one pre- Established 1826. -
text or another. If the victim refuses to > {j Proprietor, ( Ec .
pay any more, he is told that he cannot ex- -DEALER IN-
pect to get the place unless be pushes the

matter through, and if he threatens exposure > 0T ;.: ,
is told that he will only damage him- EY z d
self. I
:H: -
COLLECTING SECRET NEWS. J
,
Another of the peculiar occupations of Groceries, Hardware,
Washington is one in which some of this S S ..
same class of men are supposed to be en-
gaged. This is the collection of secret news AND : DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, .
,
for brokers and speculators in Wall street. S S \

If any action is about to be taken by any .qT Second Street,
committee of Congress or by the Treasury .
Department, which is at all likely to affect :H: &
FERNANDINA FLA.
the stock market, it is of great importanceto 1 vie 4
brokers there to get an advance intima- -
d
tion of it if Men who have 0
possible. a large FERN,,ANDINA MANUFACTURERS OF
political acquaintanceship have facilities for

dropping into the secrets of committees and 0 {{ Fernandina, } :E ,
departments which are not so likely to be Axes Hatchets Picks

enjoyed by other people; but as a rule the [ ] [ ] [ :]
STEAM SAW MILL
Third.
men employed for work of this kind are :a {j Cor. Centre & }( S { } ,

keen newspaper men who do not correspondwith .- *._.* *,_<* &_'* AND OTHER EXTRA ..
QUALITY
papers requiring all their time Some =
"
2J'" TIlE NEW STORE-
of them have grown rich in this work and ; tom C. H. HUOT, PROPRIETOR, TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also .
operations growing out of it, and keep up a
connection with only in orderto DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. .
newspapers "
FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
be able to call themselves correspondents.They .. ------- HAS constantly on handLumber ,
keep Wall street well showered with DR. J. tf. PALMER. T. W. PALMER.
all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines.
points" and if the news is of a nature requiring j J- by Cargoes.Office .
it to go to the public also, they usually PALMER BRO'StpH 7 Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues, &c., 1

) manage, as one of them once testified by writing to the makers,
Second Street.
before a Congressional committee, to let the -+i-+; on vie COLLINS & CO. 212 Water St. New York.
broker have it, "a little ahead." They Rii STS 't ,
work in unison with speculative Congressmen -
the number of whom is greater proba- HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS T
bly than the public supposes, and is, appar- -+ ' t+- CUARANTEED TO CURE ALL CASES OF !.'! +

ently, on the increase. Perhaps the way in INDICESTION LOST APPETITE BILIOUSNESS, ',
I .
which men of this latter class look upon Centre Street DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, FOUL BREATH, .:: j
near Depot
COSTIVENESS ENLARGED SPLEEN COLIC, &t. i iEOT.
their responsibilities as legislators can be We invite your attention to our
illustrated by the response one of them is .J.R.Graves Editor and Proprietor "Baptist" J. R.Johnson. M, D.. of Abbeville. Miss. AUf \::1.;;
.
said to have made to FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Memphis,Tenn. says: I received package! of;your 11.1882, says: I am a graduate of Georgia Medic.: .
a question by a news- Liver Medicine, and have used about half of it. It College and have practiced thirty-five;years. I {*' '
paper correspondent not long ago as to the Crockery 1 Glassware, works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator your medicine my practice. It IB not only a g<)(.( '1
2 action of his committee on a measure which ,f. and certainly no more of Zeilin's mixture. Liver Medicine,but it la a sovereign remedy; for)11%. *,..
t would affect certain stock. Ifyou '-ABSOLUTELY PURE Rev.E.A.Hnffins,Franklin.Ky. Rev.J.8.Beasley,of Snmmertcr '
probably SC.,Jan.'82.> Ze\
I have used
Aug. 82,says: It is the best medicine Bays: :
want to know for the newspapers I and offer our Goods in.these. lines as low as I have ever taken in my life. It in's preparation great deal,but fic-v. ,,}.
won't tell If vou want to know for DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED is curing me Dyspepsia.; Send me your medicine altogether snperic
you. the lowest. Chamber Toilet Sets of another package. Must have it. in its effect on the ystm.The be>i ,
yourself I will. Well, you see, the committee Rev. J. L. Brittatn of Bloantsville, Dr. S. Mansfield, Wholesale! Druggist Memph -
will report the bill some day, but the very latest designs; beautiful Tea Sets, Ala..March 1882,says: I suffered with Tenn.,says: "Haveeoldit SO( years; mypredecess'
idea has around that do DRUGS AND CHEMICALS '" torpid liver and costiveness and your sold it many years before me.That this medicine !
got we are going to Dinner Sets, Lamps, etc., etc.; Tin ""' medicine cured me.My wife has used it good one no one can deny;and that it is the: true ci-
it, and the market has gone up on us. Now with admirable effect for sickheadacheIffER eennlne'Sfmmo 1s Liver Medicine''none dare gatne.
we're going to keep qt jet for a while and let Standard Patent Medicines!: Chamber Sets all colors; WoodenWare Original aal Only Oenniae. EiUS.1310. '. i ':
the market settle down again so as to give the Put up in 2 ic,and SI.packages :
of all kinds
committee a chance 1" But probably he was ; and,Housekeeping and bottles byMONS&CO..ST.LOin8.M t 'i

slandering DEALERS the IN committee.GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS. -I| Fancy TOILET ArticlSTIPERFUMERY I- Utensils generally. .F. : (] /1

But the occupation most peculiar to Washington FRED W. HOYT & CO.

of all is, perhaps, the dealer in Gov- __ :
'
ernment documents. Everybody remem- DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN t

!bers ing story, probably, written, Edward when Everett paper was Hale'samuj-bringing LUBIN'S EXTRACTS, etc. WH LB ALB AND RBTAIL.! I

its highest war prices, about the young man
who collected handbills and circulars, and ;Sl* Especial and careful attention paidto 02O __U_ H BLOOD SYRUPCures i

prospectuses and documents, and other gratuitous PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS, by l

literature, and had soon placed himself an experienced Druggist. : O

beyond the reach of want by the accu SMR. RABB the Cr all diseases or the Stomach, Liver, Bon< : : .
Manager, will sleep
mulation of a fortune in waste paper. This dH
extravaganza is sober fact in Washington.There over the store, and will respond to all callsat .. Kidneys Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to : -

are men who have not only lived night ; 51 L- ; \ I efficacy in healing the above named diseases, u '.:
comfortably but have acquired a handsome ,
competency in the business of collectingand ESTA.DLISI.IED 1875. pronounce it to be the Best Remedy Known to JIa _

selling Government documents. It is a I A. B. NOTES, o .
business with all the advantages on the side -- ,1((
of the dealer. As with "Bob" Toombs, C f t (, GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. "

when he was Secretary: State under the DRUGS and MEDICINESIIORSEY -DEALER IN- I == '

Confederacy, the dealer's office is wherever in I efO Trade MartLaboratory -

he happens to be, though he cannot carrv t 1 AGENTSWANTED_ a ,
;t his archives in his hat, as Toombs used to" Family Supplies,

say he he did. The dealer need pay no rent; & CO.,, ;; 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell : .-
can store his stock at home, and the HEAVY GROCERIES
,
United States Government furnishes him
with his N CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
capital. These make it business
to get as many copies men as possible a of- iI I PHARMACISTSCentre 1= Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial ofr-'ir: ')
Blood cured them.
and Grain Indian Syrup completely
every available document issued by the Government Hay r.n '
RUDIE CANTLER. :
and there are very few that are not o 46 i.
----
-
available. They store their,collection away. Street CDn
After a few years the documents become H j' SHIP STORES,__ g IDOW'S t America Ahead Y
scarce, under the
careless and lavish
of distribution that prevails here, and system they FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, Z == JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALS I

; begin to command a price. As the vears go Furniture -
on and the stock of the junk-shops Is swept KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort- y 0 R DS

away into the maw of the paper mill, they oFFRESH and PURE FOR- GOoi NOT ,AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,

become still scarcer, and their price rises. EIGN and DOMESTIC .Stoves, but contains all the medicinal proper- ,
,I Cases have been known where bureaus and -- ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It c

commissions have been compelled to turnto Drugs and Chemicals .. I.' I Paints, is very pleasant to take, and :.

these private dealers in order to complete O Crockery, > .
''I: their own sets of their own reports only a .y CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, I

r few years back. One of these dealers died Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines, :' Hardware, F COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC, H'H'FOR
this ;
winter Co
I at an advanced age, after having
.
[ been many years in the business,'and leaving Proprietary abd Fancy Goods, .-( Willow-Ware. =N DIARRHCEA, DYSENTERY, =::

a comfortable estate. It is not an unu- M PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels, p00 y .:.
sual thing either for Government officers to' FINE TOILET ARTICLES ==
make similar collections with the idea that ;
andlALARIA, by warming and stimulating -
they will be valuable some day. One man PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC., WM & the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy \! SALE BY ALL'LEADING DEALERS:

who has been in the service only a few action. Sold by 1SK FOR .IT! BUY ITU!! TRY I'I'UI!
:'ears has: already about 10,000 documents rrH PALMER BRO'S. i
in his possession, and makes it a point to IN GREAT VARIETY. : 8 .. Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. I To Rent. .
secure almost every issue from the Govern- I
The property known as Sanborn's St.:> -.
ment presses. J0S3-.Physicians' Prescriptions O j2E3-Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA 1 Apply for particulars to "', j

FLEECING RURAL VISITORS. with at F GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made | A. B. Non.*, '
carefully compounded pure Drugs, Prices Low the W II
Washington Another of as the compared peculiar with occupations other Amer-of reasonable prices. as a as a I without pepper. 22 \ Fernandina, July -tf. 4 .


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holders and this whether the people voted "The magnitude of the. evil and the lots.would sell as high if equally good.

the aid or not. Every purchaser of such miseries it bringS to the guilty and innocent Savannah green peas steady at $3@3.50 per
SATURDAY APRIL 11 1883. bond is in law with notice of FROM ST. MARYS TO THE
| | chargeable alike are too conspicuous not to stir up crate. Florida cucumbers vary a good deal RIO GR.DETUE
want of power in the municipal authoritiesto earnest minds to cope with them."-Rev. Dr. in quality ; the best lots sell well, but com- BARGE CANAL ONLY FILLS THE BILL-XO
: THE POWERS OF BOARDS OF bond the body politic in that way. In Egan. mon stock, carelessly culled or not culled at RIVALRY BETWEEN IT AND THE

I HEALTH.The this case it is not pretended that any such the I all, is dull and irregular. Florida quash
and there is There is no question now agitating and RAILROADS.To .
t power was expressly granted, quiet tending lower. Florida new beets
,; recent alarm caused by the appearance no provision of the charter from which any- public mind which enters into the general steady at$1.50 per crate; Bermuda beets are the Editor of the Mirror:

i of small-poi at Jacksonville has induced thing of the kind can be inferred. The ,Judg- life and thought of all classes and conditionsin quiet at $1 ; Florida tomatoes sell well when In the very able and interesting article

1! ; + the Boards of Health of several towns ment was affirmed with costs. The opinion life than that of bow to correct the evil ripe at full prices, extra lots reaching $4@5 which appeared recently in the columns of
: ., is by Chief-Justice Waite. per bushel crate ; most of the arrivals, however -
to establish restrictions against ersonscom- andcrimeofdrnnkenness.Veusepurposely the New York Sun in
are quite and exceed connection with the
The gist 6f this decision sustains the prin- green, rarely
,,1: ing within their jurisdiction from places ciple which we have heretofore maintained, strong terms ; we see great disadvantage in 23. Bermuda tomatoes in fair demand above enterprise, and in which the writer

supposed to be infected. dealing with a notorious evil in characterizing at $1 per box for choice quality. Norfolk forcibly pointed out some of the salient
and the correctness of which is self-evident,
a These restrictions are made under the authority it with soft and gentle words. The evil kale and spinach are running very poor as points of vantage possessed by the steamboatand
: that corporations have no power to exercise a rule and sell with difficulty; the few
: ,L of Section 15, Chapter 170, McOlellan.s have deal with is riot intemperance canal
any power but the specific power granted we especially to prime lots received meet a steady demand. barge as compared with the crude

Digest, page 854 : them in subordination the rights of but drunkenness, which is botha A. few lots of Baltimore and Washington and, as most practical people believe, utterly

11. /p 1 The Board of Health of every incorporated person crime and an evil. There has been a great kale sold to-day at $1@1.12 per bag, and chimerical and impracticable ship canal ; it
and reserved to all citizens by the
town establish land property spinach at$1.50@2.25 barrel.
a quarantinewhen
.i ; may per
deal of intemperance in speech and action was stated, inter-alia, that this easily and
in their judgment, necesssary, and Constitution.
; ,.., are empowered to make rules and regulations Tested by the decision of the Supreme dealing with this evil. The general tendencyof The Ocala Banner says: cheaply constructed water-way would lead

+ to prevent or restrain any or all persons Court,, of what value are the bonds issued the public press, the lecturers and the We have estimated that Marion county the commerce of the Mississippi valley to
i or goods coming from any city or place societies has been overlook the safe and harbors
to
persons shipped during the past season 94,000 boxesof healthy on the Atlantic,
; where infectious or conSgious diseaseprevails by the town council of Palatka, for the pur-
lr i any whose create the oranges that netted at least $3 per box. where the towns of
unregulated appetites St. Marys and Fernan-
exists from into such
J'-- or entering pose of building a wharf for the Florida We are gathering statistics which will show
"> city or town during the existence of such Southern Railroad? traffic, and to place all the odium, the re- the correct figures of the exact number dina would become the maritime termini of

I 1' : -. r quarantine. For the purpose of such quarantine What right would the council of Fernan- sponsibility and the punishment upon those shipped. Of course, the above is only a some 30,000 miles of rivers and water-ways, t

H the jurisdiction of such city or town who deal in and sell intoxicating drinks.It rough estimate, and in a few weeks we will already teeming with commerce, estimatedat
: *' shall extend to the boundaries of the county in dina have to issue bonds,to accomplish any readers authentic
give our an report.
is very much like holding the men who a value of$500,000,000 annually, and an-
, which the same shall be situated, and incase purpose outside of the necessary and enu-
t i': there shall be two ,or more towns in manufacture powder and firearms, or sell We think Banner-Lacon is in error in nually increasing. Wonderful as this state-

..4 <::- any county, jurisdiction of each on the merated purposes of the city? them, responsible the evil consequencesof its estimate that the crop netted $3 per box. ment seems, it is but half the truth. The
t ] f side towards another shall extend to a line Under the clause of providing for the gen- Some persons take the net result per box as
; w f their statistics which the
on
written
J :, ?, midway between them. eral welfare, Congress has exercised a great use. report was ,
rendered the commission
a by merchant as
We do not to that dealers and which furnished
.; mean say liquor were originally to the
.
under this section doubtful and
Acting, we presume, many very powers, municipal
the amount netted. Others take the amount
have but do maintain National Commercial Convention
-r" ,;;, the Board of Health of Cedar Key have bodies are often urged to do many unau- no responsibilities, we held at
that the whole burden of this evil received after all expenses of gathering, boxing Baltimore in
ought not 1871, contemplated only the
',a ,; quarantined Jacksonville, Ocala and Gainesville thorized things, under the plea of public im
to be upon freight and commissions have been traffic of the
those who
charged respond to Mississippi valley proper, and
the latter two on street rumors wet provement. A strict construction of all del-
the demand taken out. A box of oranges sold in New and
which makes those rivers estuaries
.,'{'a: infer, and have ordained: egated powers is the only safe course. society upon debouching into
'ff York at $4 would be subject to the follow-
i'rf has them.It the Gulf of Mexico east of the city of New
WHEREAS It to the knowledge
,: come
> ; 1 of the Board of Health for the city of Cedar THE CITY FINANCES.We is said .that if'' there were no liquors ing expenses if put on cars near the place. of Orleans including thus the States of :Mississippi -

,.-.:,!" Key; that the cities of Jacksonville! Gainesville received the treasurer's at manufactured or sold there would be no production : and Alabama, and the rivers flowinginto

'M;; : and.Ocalaare infected with small-pox; city report drunkenness, and this is laid down as an Cost of gathering, assorting wrapping, the Gulf from the States of Tennesseeand
.-: .' x Be it 'ordained, That no person from any too late an hour last week to give it an ex- boxing and marking....................... 55

,,'.,. : of said places, or who may have been in any amination. We congratulate the public incontrovertible argument in favor of total Freight to New York.......................... .65 Georgia.But .

,. '.;;{, of said places within five days shall be allowed the inauguration of the regular publi- prohibition of the manufacture and sale of Drayage New York ........................ 4 to form a true estimate of the com-
,' : to enter the county of Levy. upon liquors.Is Commission at New York................... .40
f' ,r .. Be it oTllai .That"any person violating cation of the financial report of the city merce which will be affected by the openingof
it not and still true thatif
'. f the provisions of this ordinance shall, upon affairs. equally more Total..............................................$1.64 this marvelous land-locked route, the
'. conviction be fined not over fifty dollars, there were no persons to drink there wouldbe statistician must follow the line of this
I' The amount received by the treasurer, Which, deducted from the price of$4, would
'. I ...} and for every day any such person may remain from 3 1882 to 3 1883 no manufacture or sale? leave the canal as projected bthe late Colonel Rai-
r' ; April April was : producer $2.36 at the tree, sup-
in said he she shall
county or a
; pay
Is it not also true that stimulants in the
.-: '.. ;: fine of fifty dollars. Cash, $8,694.91 ; in scrip, $11,355.56; total posing there was no loss by decay orshrink- ford, which, passing beyond and west of

s ", ,,. t.. ..: ': Be it further ordained, That any manager receipts into the treasury $20,0.30.47-twen- shape of fermented liquors and beverages age, which would be rarely the case. Very New Orleans, takes in the whole coast rangeof

: ;'f ".,i or conductor of any railroad train, or other ty thousand and fifty dollars and forty- have been manufactured since the creationof few persons have sold their whole crop Louisiana, Texas and as far as the mouthof

t, ,:' means of conveyance, who shall 8:11owany man, and have their place among other the Rio Grande in Mexico, adding thusat
seven cents. The amount paid out in cash at an of$4 box we should
r i':', person or persons, from any of said places, average per ; say
in themselves when
things good rightly
: f f t :: to come into the said county of Levy, on or was $7,832.30. Of this sum $1,868.05 was that a fair average of the amount receivedper least another 30,000 miles of navigable

J : by his or her said means of conveyance, paid out to discharge judgments against the used, but exceedingly evil when abused, ass box by the fruit-grower the past season waters as feeders to the Florida Steamboatand

ij; ::'" shall, on conviction thereof, be fined not equally the case with opium, etc. ? Barge Canal. But it is not only to the
'. > dollars. city, and $3,854.66 was applied on the prin- was $2 per box at the tree, or about $1.40
t' over fifty Drunkenness is the abuse of alcoholic
; rivers and their the
water-ways projectorsof
4, : cipal and interest of the city debt, leaving per 100.
1 Situated on an island on the western extreme -
i stimulants. It is not evil but
only an a this route look for traffic. A glance at
v' V"f $2,009.09 of cash, applied, we presume, to At this price there is a very handsome return -
Cedar thus claims
: Key jurisdiction ordinary expenses. crime, because the man who indulges in it to the fruit-grower, although much the gigantic systems of railroads completed,
over the entire of Levy.
county overthrows his and inflicts
wilfully reason and in west of the Mississippi
,
The treasurer's statement credits $11,355.56 .- less than the extravagant estimates put uponit progress
There in nosmall
fact -PoxinGainesi -
i was. an injury upon society as well as upon him- valley comprising even now some 50,000
as received in scrip, and that $5.660.88 of by careless or interested persons. ,
.: when this ordinance was made. The self. ..
riM such scrip was cancelled by the Finance miles, traversing some of the most wonderful -
eastern limit of Levy county is between If dealt with crime it would doubtbe SMART MR. JIE ILL.
as a no mineral as well as agricultural sectionsin
Committee, leaving a balance of scrip in the
: Archer and Bronson. of $5,694.68.We controlled, but so long as society gives Mr. Joseph Medill, of Chicago, has been the Union, from Dakota to Mexico, and

The powers of the Board of Health are treasury free to the and directsits in Florida and made two discoveries. First
T are unable to understand from the report scope indulgence, only the Mississippi to the Pacific, indicates a

4 ':i 4 extraordinary powers, and should be 'exercised this matter of scrip without further ex- restraints to the seller, so long will men that it was a Republican State, and secondlythat source of wealth and revenue for this canal

,,6 { with great caution and great discre- indulge their appetites at the expense of the way to make Florida fertile was to almost undreamed of ten years since. By

', ..t.. :, : tion. It is difficult to conceive any necessi- planation.It their manliness their morals their self- dam the streams so as to produce a Nile-
would be a great help to the tax payers up using it, and only it, corn shippers not only
: ; :< ty for such an exercise of, certainly very if the Finance Committee would furnish a respect and the claims of their families. like overflow.Mr. escape the horrors and dangers of the navi-

.i'r;; ', doubtful, power, to exclude from entering report of the city's finances, which should Why should not drunkenness be treated :Medill evidently fell into the handsof gation through the Bahamas and reefs of

,1.;" Levy county any person who,having passed state- everywhere, in all places, and under all circumstances some practical jokers. His ideas of its Florida to the Gulf, with the attendant

,t= t ;" through Jacksonville, might be obliged tot' 1st, The amount owing by the city secured !. as a legal and punishable of- politics are about as sensible as his ideas of heaviest rates of insurance known to com-

; travel over the linesof railway orsteamships, bonds rate of interest and when fense. fertilizing our sand hills. He remarks very merce, but also the excessive tax and
a by paya-
of which it happens to be the terminus. It No matter who the party may be-high or naively that some Floridians said they had charges on shipping at New Orleans, which

.. would seem that its insular position was ble.2d.. Amount of outstanding scrip or float. low, rich or poor, young or old-let him be never thought of his plan before. Probablynot. i amount almost to a prohibition of the use

f 1;; enough of itself to protect Cedar Key by a ing debt. :. held responsible for his acts. Let him be of that port for general commerce." (See

.1 ;, local quarantine from the remote possibility held amenable to the law, and subject to report of the United Association of Chambersof
3d. The assets of the city for meeting its THE enterprise of the press in following
; ,. of any one bringing small-pox into that i fine and imprisonment. Commerce, British and Foreign, held in
.. : outstanding indebtedness. up the President through his Florida tour, .
1 ", place. The effect of such a law would be to make London.)
',' ,' i 4th. Theamount paid during the pastyear will not commend itself to the public as
: ,1, We do not believe that so broad a scope drunkenness disreputable like other crimes. In fine river its to the
< every finding way
under the items of for in taste. Mr. Arthur desired
specific appropriation good -
being very
>, ; .'("; .*' iK would have been given in this law if it had Self-control would be exercised,and most of Gulf, and every line of railroad west of the
l". salaries, police, streets, etc., etc. rest and quiet, free from receptions interviews -
? been that Board of Health
,1 anticipated any the evil consequences growing out of the Mississippi: will find the system and facilities
.' It would be very little trouble for the and reports. We think it was undignified -
I- ; ; J1 .frt' would, on the mere ground of the existence use of intoxicating liquors would be ob- offered by the barge canal incomparable in
committee to furnish such a statement and in the to thwart his wishesin
press
j, ''I, ; "", of small-pox at a city on the St. Johns river I. viated. their efficacy, and before long absolutely:
:
1 /) '" the tax-payers could at once see how the this respect. We doubt whether )Ir.Arthur's .
,: \I :. ;i' arbitrarily shut off all travel to the Gulf But it may be objected that such a law essential as the only means of relieving
::1 city stands financially, the amount of its trip was at all satisfactory to him,
: ..,' I.' coast. I would inflict a disgrace upon otherwise them of their congested traffic. Quoting the
r 1 indebtedness, means of payment, and its and he evidently was glad to get away from
t. The town of Madison, with an equal want respectable people. That, to our mind, is words of a report on the state of the railroads
current the board of a United States
expenses.It press men on
.' tt" of discretion, has quarantined Jacksonville, the exact point to be reached-to make we find : "The blockade on all the railroads -
would from the treasurer's from which excluded.
seem report steamer, they were
: 1 and embraced in its quarantine limits the drunkenness disgraceful. It will not be de- of the 'country has again been repeated ,
\. ; that the city was upon a good financial When he wishes for their company again he
j t!. Suwanee the east the Aucila the .
j" on on nied that drunkenness is disgraceful now. this each winter affords con-
year;
.I basis, and that scrip need no longer be on will probably send for them.
:; $; :; west, and the Georgia line on the north. In the constant recurrence of homicides, vincing proof that ten times the number of
the market learn it is at about
as we now
; ;ut i The effect of such arbitrary and panicky affrays, assaults, wife-beating, the utteranceof THE Cedar Key Board of Health having; railroads in existence, with average rolling

:' action will lead to the repeal of powers par. blasphemy, indecency and scurrility, we established quarantine at the eastern bound- stock multiplied a score, could not conductthe

I : 'I 1 ) which seem likely to be improperly used, WHERE THEY COME FROM. have the disgraceful consequences of drunk- ary been line unable of Levy to hold county.his usual Judge spring King court has business of the country. The glut of

.. I',,;r and the immediate effect upon the towns The Putnam County Journal gives a state- enness made evident. To save men from in Levy county. As Judge King resides in freight on all the roads has never been

I i.1: themselves must prove injurious. Vaccination ment of arrivals at the Putnam House in themselves and the indulgence of their ap- Gainesville, where no small-pox has ex- equalled. It has been impossible to get

41 : i and cleanliness afford much better protection that place from January 11 to Aprill 11- petites to a point beyond their control, is isted ties is, the considered course of the singular.Cedar Key authori- freights from East or West at any rates. The

t i pl:; J G against small-pox than quarantine, 4,885 in all. Of this number 1,571, nearly alike the work of wisdom as well as hu very roads running South have been so com-

,, '' 'Ii,' :, and unless our Florida towns intend to one-third, were from New York The New manity.In FAST FREIGHTS-INCREASED FA- pletely blocked for some time past that the

I 'I ; erect around themselves t a Chinese wall, England States furnished 867, more than our cities police regulations at once CILITIES.The officers of them have not been able to keep

.: ., Ii i4.1 i ''i; they will be unable to make an effectivequarantine. half from Massachusetts, Connecticut only cause the arrest of persons found intoxicatedin southern railroads are almost without the run of the freight, and many tons are
I' I exception paying great attention to the
,J I "j :: sending 91. From the West there! were 1,150, public. The same regulations applied tion of fast freights for the summer traffic.ques- scattered along at the different stations."

: ; ,;,t I There have been 500 cases of small-pox more than one-third of whom were from outside of cities and wherever drunkenness Many of the roads derive a big revenue from With a well-organized system of depots

; t. ; ,r t 't 1 in Chattanooga this winter and ten thousand Illinois. .! prevails would diminish in a very large de- the fruit crop, especially the peach and from the mouth of the Rio Grande on the

: t" people or more have come to Florida reckless insensibility to moral dis- melon crops. Large investments have been
; THE COTTON CROP OP JL882. gree the made in the business of raising these fruits, Gulf, to the St. Marys on the Atlantic, and
t ; through Chattanooga. Atlanta has had the grace now so often witnessed, nip in the bud and the West i is every day demanding more harmonious action between the railroads

n'l ij' ,::; small-pox prevalent, and people are coming The receipts of cotton at all ports in the many a drunken orgie, check many an incipient and more. Both the brokers who handle and river-ways in the interior,there need be

I ; ; every day into Florida from there. New United States up to April 6, 1883, reaches broil, and restrain drunkenness the fruit and the men who raise it are urgingthe no such congestion of traffic or confusion in w
five million three hundred and ninety-six roads for quicker freights while the
'; ll: : Orleans has the small-pox, and Nashville, those whom nothing else but public disgrace but the
the trade of the
: thousand three hundred and eight bales, competing lines are adopting t bedfast: freightsas carrying country, on ,
: and probably every populous city. hundred would otherwise restrain. matters of policy. As soon as the fruit contrary,a marvelous boon to all concerned,
.
,w ;. ; The civiliationsoCthe present day look to being over one million one thou- We are considering but one side of a pub- season opens it is said that the Central will producers and consumers alike, with an I!!
E sand bales in excess of the amotjnt receivedup that will clip it from Savan-
'. I vaccination and put on freight
to
not quarantine as a pro lic which is too to be
question apt con- cal-
economical result which at the lowest i
: to April 6, 1882. The stock in Liverpool nah to Atlanta in less than eighteen hours. ,
f ;
i tection from small .
: ( -pox.L April 6 waS 1,012,500 bales, against 835,000 sidered only in the aspect of imposing re- Not very long ago it required that time to go culation, may be taken as a saving to our

-\"''." .' : straint upon the liquor seller. Let both from Atlanta to Savannah by a passenger people (or rather an extra profit by the sale
date in 1883.
POWERS OF MUNICIPAL CORPO bales at same '
train. The general freight agents are now
1 sides of the question be considered, and let of hitherto unsaleable produce) of over
T RATIONS. --- busy figuring on rates and consulting with ::
+ the law restrain both the man who drinks
++ ; The Supreme Court of the United States THE, New York Herald of th$. 14th con- superintendents to see how fast they can $500,000,000.If .
and the who sells and after all moral
man haul
goods.
has just made a just and a very important tained the following dispatch such results (or anything approaching ,
,, persuasion has ceased let the law supplement -
; t decision relative to the power of municipal NEW YORK, April 4.-A large amount ol f the work THE Intern lImprovement Lands donatedby to them) are compassable by any other
by legal persuasions.
corporations to create indebtedness. The the preferred stock of the East Tennessee, the Legislature for the relief of the means of internal improvement or cheap

case is clearly and succinctly stated as follows Virginia& Georgia Railroad was transferred bonded counties, are' as follows : West of transportation, the projectors of the Atlantic
EARLY VEGETABLES.We .
to-day to the names of Jay Gould and brok- Apalachicola river; 25,280 acres ; Alachua Canal
;' t : : ers representing him. It is understood thata call the attention of vegetable growersto county, 31,130; Bradford, 540 ; Brevard, and Mississippi Steamboat and Barge

fh A decision was also rendered by the court privilege of some sort will be accorded to the market report below, taken from the 350; Columbia. 6,280; Hamilton, 6,250; should burn their dredges and tear up their

to-day in thebond, case of Chas. E. Lewis, the preferred stock in the development oi f Hernando, 6,660; Hillsborough, 2,360 ; Jef- charters. But on the contrary, placed now,
New York Tribune, of the 11th inst. It is
> t [ plaintiff in error, against the city of Shreveport the plan now under consideration for a ferson, 2,230 ; LaFayette, 28,930 ; Levy, 10.- as it were, in the position of trustees for the
} ; La, in error to the Circuit Court of the union of the Gould Southwestern system, evident that a good deal of inferior stuff is 770 ; Leon, 40;; Madison, 3.880Iarion; : 4-
United States for the District of Louisiana. and the Southern roads controlled by the sent forward to the injury of the market 090 ; :Manatee, 1,050 ; Orange, 11,799 ; Polk national good, they should lose no time in
: This suit the of series 10,728 Putnam 260 St. John's. 300 demonstrating practically the wisdom and
r was a upon coupons a Seney syndicate.If and to the disparagement of the reputationof ; ; ;
of bonds issued by.the city of Shreveport Mr. Gould is taking an active interestin Sumter, 6,800; Suwanee,21,440; Taylor, 23- forethought of those whose genius and
aid of the Texas & Pacific Railroad Compa- Florida vegetables : '693; Volusia. 5,830 : Wakulla, 1,120 ; mak- this
3 + U)'. This court holds that the bonds are the East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad Florida vegetables sell well when of ing a total of 176,172. It is hoped the trustees superior intelligence long since designed

void for want of valid legislative authority; system, our interests in Florida may be con- choice quality. Prime lots of string beans will designate and place these lands on work-the simplest yet greatest in its potentiality -

that unless specific authority has been given nected via Hart's Road and Buffalo; with the bring $2.50@$3 per crate rarely $3.50 for the market at an early day, so that the ever undertaken in this country.

by the Legislature to a municipal corporation eastern extension of the Cole-Sc iev system, extra sound, but a good many inferior lots counties interested can have the benefit From General Bertrand to General Gillmore
,J to grant pecuniary aid to railroad companies have to be sold low-sometimes down to thereof, by retiring bonds and stopping the
all the bonds of the municipality and via Chattahoochee with the Southern 50@75c. Florida cabbages generally quite accumulation of interest.-Monticello Consti- seems a long time in the history of this great

4 purporting on their face to be for such Purt Pacific. poor and dull at $2.50@$3 per barrel ; very tution. country. The legacy which the genius of !



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the former left did not fall on "barren of fortune might envy. Her last achieve- :J CNG'S c.. k

ground." The late Colonel Raiford.ten years ment wash twenty-dollar parasol, made often I

since brought this matter under the noticeof dollars worth of material. She first StoreOffers i

Congress, where none were more cordialIn bought a corn-colored brocaded silk para- CuriosityVariety J. & T. KYDD )

their approbation, or urgent in their advocacy sol, and covered it so exquisitely with white a large and carefullyselected ,

than General Grant during his Presidency Spanish lace that the most critical eye would Corner of Centre and Third Streets. .,\
and and not detect its home-made character. She .
our distinguished far-seeing STOCK OF HOSIERYFor .
statesman, ex-Senator Win. Windom, bothin bought a fichu of black lace, a bunch of :; _

the Cabinet and Congress. Both these French flowers, a little twenty-cent frame, Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. :

distinguished citizens have lately become and by the power of invention and handi- | SPRING; : GOODS | :
=.4 :o KEBOSJEFS: : ,
intimately identified with the South and craft she had a thirty-dollar bonnet with .

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great Southern enterprises.In but nine dollars outlay.In Silk, Linen, and Cotton. .

a former communication I have (I the matter of hats this season fancy Now in Stock and arriving by every Steamer for all Departments,
trust clearly) shown that between canals does pretty much as she likes, turning the Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,

and railroads there need be no injurious rims up or curling them down ; lining them Laces, Towels, Napkins,
N hln &mDriC
PUC&l i1k &Unl B\I
Dress Buttons w : : : : ing
rivalry; why then should not all parties interested with bright colors giving them dark tone, Lining, \ :, k 1''
/ / / / ,
in both these works cordially unitein placing the whole wealth of floral decoration and Notions Generally.A .

promoting each for the benefit, not onlyof on the outside, or a portion beneathin new lot of'LACE COLLARS and NECK- AND NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS. 4t :

the other, but for the "higher good," the the hair. Ladies wear what they please, TIES just received and marked low.

benefaction of the whole country, the great provided it pleases. OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
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Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior.
enrichment of our vast agricultural population -

and the advancement of our home and FEDERAL THE DANGEROUS CoURTS BY POWER THE SUPREME CLAIMED COURT.-FOR THE 3-In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- =: Is now complete in MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS,
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foreign commerce by an increase (now a WASHINGTON April 16.A decision was ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a The Latsst Styles from Low-Priced to Fine Goods.
loss) which can be measured only in tens of rendered by the United Stales Supreme fine variety. -
ALEX CURTIS. Court to-day in the case of J. B. Wall,
millions.
brought here upon petition for mandamusfrom FLORIDA AND SEMI-TROPICAL CURIOSITIES A new Stock Just received and 4. ''
1883.JfASIIINGTON..
St. Mary, Ga., April, the United States District Court for the A SPECIALTY. Boots and Shoes. 1l
Southern District of Florida. Wall, the petitioner offered at VERY tow PRICES.

was disbarred and forbidden to Orders *
;ar- from the Country.Solicited. ?
.- practice in the United States Courts of the
TilE BALMY WEATHEB LAGGING-SPRING district above mentioned for having taken iKziira-'s A large and well-assorted Stock SPRING I I HATS : '.

FASHIONS part in lynching a prisoner named John, for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS, ,
who was in fail at Tampa, Fla., awaitingtrial 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sis. bIN
To the Editor. of the Mirror: on the charge of rape. The petitionerasks 2VEW AND NOBBY STYLES.Order l<
WASHINGTON, April 13, 1883. for a writ of mandamus to compel the .
Notwithstanding the fact that spring has United States district judge to restore to him SEA ISLAND ROUTE. BUTTERICK'S J '
PATTERNS from and
the rights and privileges of an attorney in us, save ,
been here some time, according to the cal- trouble time and
said Court on the ground that his disbarment, -- 'expense.
endar balmy weather lags behind, and as for crime
without due trial and conviction ,
31-We
THE STEAMER # are Agents for DEVLIN d CO., leading Clothiers of
spring bonnets have looked more was unconstitutional void. This Court,
appro-
yet Justic New York. Suits made to order, from $16.00 upward. Orders by mail -,
in elaborate
the waxen figures in the shop an opinion by Bradley, ,
priate on holds that, while there is no settled and in-: receive prompt and careful attention. Special orders will be filled by our
windows than on the heads of the prome- flexible rule for the regulation of procedurein resident New York buyer.

naders outside. Either the seasons are less cases of this kind, the Federal Courts may

accentuated now, or else fashion is less sub- in their discretion disbar an attorney who 1.
has been guilty of conduct of such a nature J'r.. I .'Y"I) D \ =
servient than it used to be to their incomingor
as to bring disgrace and scandal upon the x
outgoing. For the obligation to appear Court, whether he has been duly tried under tow York Office, S3 \Walker Street, :. FER1AKDIIA, FLORID i
in a new bonnet Easter is entirely over- the criminal laws of the State or not. The CITY OF BRIDGETON I
petition for a mandamus is therefore denied. ,
looked now if the season proves disappointing -
Justice Field read a dissenting opinion. leave Fernandina for Savannah
WILL
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and is more prolific in east winds than )' Wednesday, Friday and Monday -

spring blossoms. Here there are only a few at 5 p. m., arriving at the latter place
Bermuda ships 400,000 boxes of onions an- the
following morning.
RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.MALLORY'S
primroses and crocuses in sheltered spots .
nually, of fifty pounds each. The seed is Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer- lit
to against the quantities of flowers --- ---- .
array -- --
nandina on Tuesday Thursday and'Saturday
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and is
in the Canary Islands imported -
grown
brought up from the South that fairly mock at 4 p. m. I
in August and September, and costs from STEAMSHIP LINE (.
the northerly bleakness of this climate with
60 cents to $1 per pound. The seed is sown Fare to Savannah, $ 6.00 it
their brilliant hues. But, as is usual, the
in September, October and November on To Savannah and Return 10.00
transition from winter to summer weather <
will be sudden here. Thegrass in the parksis ground heavily manured previously with Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia FLORIDA AND NEW YORK. t
stable manure. The bulbs are transplantedin
Boston, and Ballimore.
growing beautifully green, the buds are
January. A profit of $600 to $800 per For tickets and slale-rooms, apply at the
expanding, and in two weeks Washington acre is realized. Their only market is the Company's office, foot of Centre Street.J. .
will look paradisical. The artificial flora of A. MERCIER,
the millinery windows flourish bravely in United States. Irish potatoes are also grownat General Passenger Agent.J. .
a profit. The seed used is the red garnet.A N. HARRIMAN, Manager.pATEN'rs .
spite of the tardy season, and judging from s =

these displays thc feminine world has decided tlI
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Del. states that
Wilmington, dispatch obtained for new inventionsor
to wear as many flowers as it possiblycan _the bonds for the construction of the pro- for improvements in old

and prefers the blossoms of the cottage posed Maryland and Delaware ship canal, to ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
garden and hedge-row to those of the par- all patent business promptly attendedto.
cost have been
$10,000,000, successfully placed INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN .i. < _
terre and conservatory. Yellow is the rage in France, and that the work will] be corm REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat- cTs3

now, and in the face of stinging sarcasmson pleted within the next four years. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- I

the tyranny of that impersonal Mrs. I ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI- I

Grundy, every woman will consult, imitate NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- : I
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ents in less time than those who are remote 9
her, and wear yellow flowers regardless of from Washington.When -

what the color of her eyes, hair and com Inventors send model or sketch, .. ;

plexion may be. In the midst of the superb OY4L0N we make search in the Patent Office, and -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS'r r;

shows of material and brilliant prepa- advise as to its patentability free of charge. -- \.

rations on every hand which dazzle the able Correspondence confidential; fees reason- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, 1.680 T<)NS. .,
and NO
; CHARGE UNLESS PATENT OF .
STATE TEAS,
1,543 TONS. ,
eyes, it is amusing to be told that women IS OBTAINED.We .
C.ARONDELET, .
mean to go in for simplicity this season. ROYAL RowiA refer by permission to the City Post- 1,508 TONS.
master \VESTERN TEXAS, .
and to the Superintendent of the 1,310 TONS.
! That the world is a little tired of flounces,
PostOfficeloney Order Division in Wash
,i that even kiltings pall after a prolonged inning ington. For special references, circular,ser- .
and that severity of outline is to be vice, terms, etc., addressC.
adopted. The fact is such an immense store A. SNOW & CO., ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

of extravagance and elaboration has been Opp.Patent Office. Washington. fl(.. 2-tf

exhausted in female attire that any changeshat ,
} can possibly present themselves must BOOTS AND SHOES. ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEIINANDINA FOR NEW YORK
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
necessarily be in a more simple form. -
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sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
Fashion is always more or less conventional JILPIRESCOTT This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New ; x

as the preeminent yellow of to-day York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF j fl ,
a' furnishes an instance. There are many flow- FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ,;

ers to which neither their natural colors nor AiisGPOWDER. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR- ;i
DEALER PASSED" ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close ;
sizes
are assigned. Cornflowers made
are as
connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL'j
large as dahlias, marigolds and dandelions ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. \
are magnified in lordly blossoms; crimson IN JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
heartsease and scarlet lilac are mixed incongruously RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
in spite of the impossibility of LAKE WEIR. ,
the reality. And we even see pinkish mauve i l n
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
geraniums that would immediately carry off

the prize at a horticultural fair. Brilliant Absolutely Pure. .freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

contrasts meet with ready favor, and many R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, '

women subject their few attractions to the POWDER never varies. A marvel. FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
THIS
most trying tests by adopting these dazzling purity strength and wholesomeness.More .' Ladies', C. H. MALLORY & CO., ;
inconsistencies. economical than the ordinary kinds. Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- !
It is _
a conspicuous fact _
and cannot be sold in competition with the Misses', ; I II
that the average woman is poorly dressed. multitude of low test,short weight, alum or 'I

She has spent sufficient money, no doubt, phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Children'sand TO THE .
and has given much thought to the subject, ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Infants', JPUBLIC. :

38 106 Wall Street, New York. men's,
but the desired effect is not always reachedin .. Boys' '-

that way. It is pleasant know that in NEW HOUSE OPEN.'. : and Youths'FINE The success which we have attained in the introduction of our '

spite of fashion's despotism, there is a grow- .

ing tendency among women of thought to Virgin Brand Baking Powder
adopt more HOTEL
individuality in dress. They TOURIST ,

rationally study their means and the necessities FERNANDINA, FLA.,
of their toilet. Such women can, witha SEJvED: : has by far exceeded our expectations; and now that we are entering upon the third year .i'

little money, combined with much taste, is now open to the public. New and neatly of its sale, we see before us a bright future and an increased demand for this,
furnished, located in the most delightfulpart
ingenuity, and skillful, energetic fingers of the island. Large and rooms.A .,
sunny
;, transform themselves into symphonies and good home for parties wishing to stop a. Bu tt n B : Glihr;: L&C h : ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
poems that the uninitiated despair of attaining few weeks or months in the South. ,
Terms-$2 day $8 to$10 week.
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, or imitating. And why should not per W. W. CLAY,per Manager.The AND To dwell upon its merits would be unnecessary on our part, for those who have ,

a woman of refinement and culture, who once used the Virgin Brand speak of its superior quality in the highest terms. '

has bestowed an amount of intelligent reflection splendid Strathmore Hotel, We are the originators of the VIRGIN BRAND BAKING POWDER, and

upon the requirements of her face on the finest beach in the world, will be IIsLwERsII.I from the commencement of its introduction we have held it to one standard, and that .;
and figure, be more and open every fine day for the accommodation
harmoniously exquisitely -
of beach under the THE BEST. To this standard quality we shall continue to keep it. A Tea-
dressed than the one who has come parties, same manage- '.
' ment. 10 spoonful of the VIRGIN BRAND suffices for a full quart of well-sifted
5 mitted the selection of her attire to the interested Embracing New and Popular
Flour, where at least double that quantity would be required of inferior brands.
mercies of a shop girl or modiste RIKART & DAUPHIN, 4
.r who is her inferior morally, mentally and
AMERICANRESTAURANT SrYLEISGENTS' A TRIAL ORDER IS SOLICITED.
AND
artistically. I have a lady friend of limited FRENCH j

means, but who, through the economy of
...-Ask your Grocer for the VIRGIN BRAND: SAUCING : :
waking her own dresses and bonnets, pos-
Foot of Centre Street POWDER, and take no other.
sesses all those exquisite trifles on which near Depot, FURNISflING

women are so dependent. Never once de- FERNANDINA, FLA. S. GUCKENHEIMER & OILSAVANNAII ,
AND
parting from the prevailing styles, with her .fJiiJ''*Meals at all hours. Board by the I GA. .

skilled fingers she attains effects that women week or month. 14 1 B'u.BSEB GOODS. ANGEL Is FRIEND, Agents, Fernandina, Fla. .
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Jir : HOW TO PACK: VEGETABLES FORt In this short period it has attained an established GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. Assesstor of Icues-Thomas Barco, Cotton

1 SHIPMENT. place in agriculture, and now appearsto County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant.

t! : You are certainly right in saying that if be a permanent article upon the hst of United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy

a ', the farmers and growers would pack their fertilizing agents. Charles WJ Dobney, Jr., LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. j

i,, ; goods as they should they would not long director of the North Carolina Agricultural Reg1.8ter--.L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San- Superintendent of Schools-H. C. Martin.
Experiment Station in consideration of its Fort
McCoy.
have to complain of there being no buyersin Rollins Gainesville. derson.
Receiver-John. F. ,
their home markets for their products. success in his State, has issued a compre- Martin Talla Collector of Revenue-Fleming B. Smith, MONROE COUNTY.
: Surt'eyor-General-Malachi ,
As regards cotton, grain, sugar, syrup, etc., I hensive pamphlet on kainite, from whichare hassee. Sanderson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.
t am not competent to speak, but, as regards here presented statements of general! in- DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-A. J. W. Cobb, Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West.
f : truck, I may be able to give a few hints. I terest. : Olustee. Sheriff George A. Demerrift,
} 'I J will this time confine myself. to one article, Kainite is an article of remarkable uni- Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-V."alter C. Maloney Key West.
'' viz.: "The Irish Potato." form composition; and is usually graded by Marshal J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. R. Key West. Jr t
County Judge-J. Richard Providence.
the amount of potash it contains. One ana- Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. ,
i ( of 25.38 Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Rer.'enttealter C. MaloneySuperintendent .
rer lysis gives sulphate potaifh. percent
INTERNAL REVENUE. Jr., Key West.
W. W. Tumblin Starke.
Sheriff ,
of 16.76 cent.
.; a returns as that if properly managed, especially and chloride; sulphate of magnesia magnesia,,13.59 per per cent., Collector Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor= of Taxes X. C. Wainwright, Lake of ScAool.s--J. V. Harris'Kev.
f 4 in a section in every respect so propitious Butler. West.
cultivation One or two per cent of sulphate of lime is COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.
for
its Jefferspn
as county.We
,;: } NASSAU
; Collector COUNTY.
of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes
will assume that every trucker" knows also frequently found. John W.'Howell, Fernandina. ,
,; -: what varieties are best and understands their An important use to whicH kainite may Edward Hopkins, Jacksonville.John Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan-
#,,' cultivation, but from the condition in which be put outside of the soiJ-owtng. to its ab- F. House, St. Augustine. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.

'" they arrive at our large Northern markets, sorbing power addition to its fixing pow- Joseph Hirst, Cedar Key. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina.
er-is sprinkling it in the stalls, the BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff-Peter Cone, Fernandina.
i it is evident that they still have a great deal upon
..,ti to learn as regards proper packing and hand manure heaps and about the stables. One County -James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer
pound of kainite per day had been found State Ulcers. Point. nandina.
r ;
,r sing
i : ". First: and foremost, it is more essential sufficient for droppings of one animal. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Barren F. Scott, Fer

;''T that the'potatoes should be perfectly matured The spring trade of 1882in; North Carolina GOf.ernor-'V1l1. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Assessor of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- nandina.

s t' than that they should arrive into market a amounted to 7,898 t01is'of kainite. Its Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel gianna.Collector. Superintendent of Schools W. A. Mahoney

G week or two earlier and green. use was largely confined to the eastern por- Key West.Secretary of Re'f.lenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- Callahan.

: A ripe dry potato shipped from Jefferson tion of the State, and on the:;cotton crop. of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- lando, Orange county. ORANGE COUNTY.

P > .V r county to one of the Eastern cities will invariably An abstract of results given makes it appear lahassee Superintendent of Schools-A. Grady, La County Judge-R. L. Summerlin, Orlando

F .}'r f + arrive, if properly packed, in as that kainite, or the chlorides it con- Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. P. Hughey Orlando.
w, 1 sound a condition as when it left; while no tains or gives rise to in the soil, does not Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.

,. matter how large, if green when shipped, the have an injurious effect upon ;plants. The Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort
moisture engenders. heat and they very soon universal experience was that the good effects hassee. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector.

,.. ,0 decay. of kairiite were much more marked in Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Clerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Rt't'enue-Richard H. )Marks
: "' I have seen such unloaded from a vessel 1881, a very year, than in 188; a very wet Tallahassee. Springs.Sheriff. Sanford.

t ;i :Of: so badly decayed that it was almost impossi- one. Superintendent of Public Il1.8tructirm-E. K. James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks,
"j, ble to go near them on account of the smell, Kainite has been most frequently applied Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid.

r ;.':, and this, too, when they'had only been on directly in the furrow with cotton seed, acid Ac cljutant.Ger-eral-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. PUTNAM COUNTY.

..., the road five or six days. In such cases, phosphate, ammoniated superphosphate or BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue-Wm. S. Plummer, Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, P latka.
f g ,'; '" they of course prove an entire loss, whereas stable manure, one or all. In special cases Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Maxville. Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. *

, ;.. ; .': if they had been left in the ground a week it succeeded well when applied alone-for Superintendent of Schools-M. F. Geiger, Sheriff-Thomas Shally.

,.. .' or ten days longer, they would, have brought example, on good soils where cotton had Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Assessor-8. E. Timmons.
; ?" ,readily $4 or $5 per barrel.It I heretofore invariably rusted, also on reclaimed Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.

.. ." is a well known fact that fruit and vegetables I swamp land, rich in vegetable mat- Building Jacksonville. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W.
A generally increase in bulk greatly the ter and on bleak, stiff land. Its uses aloneon County Judge-W.. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Strickland.
soils deficient in matter is SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
..::' ; last few days of their reaching maturity, and light vegetable TAYLOR COUNTY.
that increase alone would be well worth not advised. On such soils ought: to be CJiief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City.

",:>'. "t : l' : waiting for, if there were no other advanc accompanied by a good application of vege- Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas- I; Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry.

'. I tages. table matter, in compost, stable manure, Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Sheriff Thomas Osteen, Perry.
:. After digging and exposing a little while cotton seed or muck, and by acid phosphate.Lime see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

J i j-'o to dry the potatoes should be sorted into promotes the action of kainite in a. Jacksonville. Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin.

'1 three grades. The largest and finest barreled marked degree. A mixture of threefourthslime Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry.

by themselves, and the barrel marked, and one-fourth kainite has!: been popu- CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack County Treasurer. S. Sutton, Perry.
County Surveyor D. N.
lar in the cotton counties. A successful Cox, Perry.
sonville.
+ plainly, primes. Medium sized ones also by First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Collector Rer.'enue-J.
of
t B. Hardee.
r themselves and marked seconds, and the mixture to sandy uplands and ;piney lands sacola. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. Assessor Perry.
balance denominated culls. consists of the following ingredients: : 20 Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. of Taxes-S. H. Peacock, Perry.ST. .

In packing the barrel ought to be placed on bushels dry earth, 250 pounds :;kainite, 400 Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevatt, Jackson- JOHN'S COUNTY.

a board, instead of soft, yielding ground, so pounds pure dissolved bones (on 000 pounds see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. ville.Collector County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus
as to permit of its being well shaken down acid phosphate) and 100 pounds of sulphateof Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- of Rer.'enue-)1oses J. Brown, tine.

;, with every basket full put in, it should be ammonia, well mixed ; 500 to 1,000 Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

roundly heaped up and the head pressed in pounds per acre. ; ville.Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine

with a press such as is used in packing ap- ville. sell Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham, St.

." : ; ',; pIes and potatoes throughout the Northern FOUND AT LAsT.-An agreeable dressingfor Sixth Circuit-H. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.
!.n' 0 .. and Western States. the hair, that will stop its, falling, has Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford J. Stewart Collector of Rer.'enue-Joseph F. Llambias,
County Judge-Henry Jasper.
been long sought fc r. Parker's Hair Balsam, St.
Augustine.
:: When above will
f
put up as they always
,
I ,' .: Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper.
find a ready sale, no matter how glutted the distinguished for its purity, fully suppliesthis M. Duncan Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall,
Sheriff-James Jasper.
market may be, and at from 50 cents to $1 want. : Court Calendar.FIRST Assessor of Taxes-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. St. Augustine.

per barrel more than if less carefully packed. IMPROVEMENT FOR MIND AND BODY.-There CIRCUIT. Collector of RC1enue'v. H. H. McLeod, SUMTER COUNTY.
Any one putting up his potatoes in this is more strength-restoring power in a bottleof Fall Term- Columbia County.Superintendent County Judge-Henry S.Cassidy, Leesburg.
.: '' manner would soon find his brand sought Parker's GingerTonic than iii a bushel of Santa Rosa, Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Rob- Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
': : \\:1 after, and would have no difficulty in disposing malt or a gallon of milk. As ah appetizer, Walton, 4th Monday in October. erts, Ancrum. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. f
i' tl' of his crop, by contract, at very remunerative blood purifier and kidney corrector, there is Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin Assessor of Taxes-G. P. Wall, Webster.

L ,.. ,; figures. nothing like it, and invalids chnseq.ientlyfind > October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Ret'Clme-J. R. G. Hamilton,
I have often seen a few fine potatoes mixed it wonderful invigorant for mind and Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Mondayin County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sumterville.
a
in barrel of what would otherwise be October. ville. '
S t' a Commercial. Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
body.
denominated culls, and they were evidently. Jackson, Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Sumterville.

:,(;, t' placed there to make it sell for a barrel of October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. SUWANEE COUNTY.

; "" average good potatoes. In this object, how Escambia. Monday in December.This Assessor of laxes-Frank.E.Saxon, Brooks- County Judge M. M. Blackburn Live
: ever, it invariably fails, for buyers are quick IBLEY1EED1; act amended section 2 of act of Feb- ville. ,
;: their and 10 1879 and does not the Collector of Revenue-F. )I. Townsend Oak.ClerkRobert
to see advantage, where goods do ruary change A. Reid, Live Oak.
'"r-' not run uniform, always want to buy the Spring Term. Brooksville. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak.
.! ; entire at the it would have if Superintendent of Schools-D. H. Thrasher
; ,:: package value TIIIRD CIRCUIT. Assessor of Taxes-W. H. Sessions, Wei-
the lot were like the poorest-disregarding Spring Term- Fort Dade. born.
the few of better quality. Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in
V HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.: Collector ReL'enue-Robert
1 I' OF ALL PLANTS FOR ALL of F. Allison
CROPS ,
,
In other words, while a few small cull April.Madison.
't- County Judge-H. L. Crane Live Oak.
FOR ALL CLiMATES: :: Tampa.
will lower the of otherwise 2d : in
Monday April.
potatoes price an ,
Clerk Wm. C. Brown Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones
\7a ere tie 1.: -2st: farmers, r-cst: tf eu trroiv- Tampa.
4th in
good barrel a few good ones will not raise Hamilton, Monday April.
'" C-' i :...11_-.-- t E:":cJ Uirs-lcrs cL.yvt ';:L; L. c.J Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak.
the of barrel of inferior Suwanee 1st after 4th
price a quality. Monday Mondayin
.i b.J::c:: tctfac.if; 'rrr clucinrTn<>ict 'Cc.iA1our Assessor of Taxes-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY.
; i, Hence the importance of careful grading. f:.-eraarefearedadc ly: teLttcc.; '. April.
Collector of Revenue-W. F. Buns
1i ,, : Round-hooped barrels should be used O u Annual Catalogue and Price Liti briars '.c_ .' : Columbia, 3d :Monday after 4th :Mondayin ,Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter
when possible, for, although they scarcely Gt .\TEST SEED STORE :2N Till:: April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson prise.
WOULD TO YOUR OWN DOOR. It in- 6th after 4th Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
hold look
hence
any more, they larger, bring Lafayette, Tuesday Monday
eludes all the desirable new and standard varieties JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.
more in market, while freight and cartage in April.
of r.OTer, Vegetable: Field end Tree Seeds, ali Assessor
County Judge-J. B. Christie :Monticello. of Taxes-John Anderson Enter-
are precisely the same. n-ati Sent FREE to any acldrcss.HI Fall Term- ,
;? Last and scarcely) least, the 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. prise.
comes subject I ?AM SIBLEY & CO. Seb(..:1cn .. Taylor, Collector
-
Revenue-John
W. C. Bird of B. Jordan
Clerk Monticello.
De-
; a of cooperage, about which it is unnecessary Uoche ter,N.Y. and Chicago I'!. October. ,
to go into details, except to say that if this Madison, 2d :Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Land.
were always carefully attended to, and the Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. :Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw

barel's head lined top and bottom, so many &?JPA' i Suwannee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise.

't would not come with their contents partly a + dsfR 1 in October. ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
gone, and thus great loss would be avoided.G. : Il l DescR TEDill'alley P ArcE.l .., Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th' Monday in Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
L. Laurence in Monticello Constitution. October. ticello. Sheriff W. H. Walker, Crawfordville.

+ ---- Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
c. in October. keenah. Superintendent of Schools W. T. Duval,
BEES ON TIlE FARM. I
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville.
+, ; We have often heard people say, I mean FOURTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-W. J. Dixon New County TreasurerW.. Walker, Craw-
Troy.
to have bees, and I meant to have had them Spring Term fordville.
AT0& 7883. St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker, New Troy.
: before this. Yet these live Collector
} :t long persons of Rer.'enue-'V. H. Walker Craw-
Will be mailed FEZE to all applicants and to customers 4th in March.\ 0 Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. ,
:X i on, year after year, without them, while of last year without ordering:ii It contains Clay, Tuesday fordville.
their fruit bloom is poorly fertilized, and about 175 pages, 600 illustrations, prices, accurate Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools J.C.Ramsey,New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw-
descriptions and valuable directions for planting: Troy.
Baker 2d in
;,; the nectar secreted in the flora of their 1500 varieties of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, Tuesday April. fordville.
Treasurer
J. M. N. Peacock New
-i., fields and hedges is left to waste its sweetness Plants, Fruit Trees,eta Invaluable to all, especially Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County ,
to Market Gardeners. Send for it 3 Troy.
Duval 1st Tuesday in May.
'. Bees seem especially designed, in the D. M. FERRY & CO. DETROIT MlCH. ,
Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New STOVES TIN-WARE: ETC. '
r economy of nature, to gather up the remnants ,
;. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. -- -- --
.1 "that nothing be lost. This was -- -
:'Lt forcibly illustrated the past season, by the REAL ESTATE. 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-A. Ackley, New Troy. W. P. STREETY,

., t eports coming in from different parts of the r ''" T- : -'*-- /-i-- u -M Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.
? ;
r r : ; country of the large yields of honey gathered Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,

; 3:4 from wheat stubble. When the wheat TIlE FLORIDA Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee.

>i I was cut, before the straw was fully ripened, Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH Clerk-C. A. :Bryan, Tallahassee. rte.M' .

+ a sweet juice oozed out of the straw where TO'VX IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Fcrimmlimi CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel, may. ,
',; : it was cut. In some instances the juice was Spring Term- Tallahassee. A Idrrn

V; so plentiful that a clear drop of juice ran '. Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. ,1, lIl i
o
out of every stubble, and some filled the Marion, 4th Monday in March.- Collector of Rer.'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla-
+a. '+ upper joints and ran down the stubble. Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.

+, j ; It is a very rare season, indeed, that bees Towns on R. R. Line; March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. -

Cpl cannot secure enough honey from some > .. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in ? 4 4ta
r source to support themselves. We have r And Cedar Key. March. LEVY COUNTY. iar HSF

: many times been despondent, thinking that Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday\ in County Judge-W. H. Sebring, Bronson; k
N
we would get no surplus, and have to feed March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. n
.rd' '" our bees their winter store, when, all at 11 Fan Term- Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. >

,w. i once, there would come a flood of nectar Purchasers Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
i ; i. : from so'me unlooked-for source. A cool,' Offers to Lessees and a large'numb'
:Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Rer.'enue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar
as i wet' spring and summer will produce no
t I, 'r' of the most eligible aiid'desirable Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Key. .
I honey, although the bloom may be abund- 1 Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of School*-l. B. Menden

,,I6 i ant, and yet it may be just the condition Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall Bronson. ,;
I suitable to produce many honey-yielding November. STOVES
HEATERS RANGERS.TIN .
MADISON COUNTY. ,
r t fall flowers. During the last autumn a
Suburban Residences SEVENTH CIRCUIT.
City or ,
''1't large amount of surplus honey was gathered County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- AND SHEET-IRON WARE J
:V Term-
; from the different varieties of smart-weed Spring ROOFING AND GUTTERING
h (Polygonum.) This honey was beaptifully UPON EASY TERMS.. Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.Sheriff. 3!. Hankins, Madison. ETC.
PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS,
I white, and of a- fine minty flavor. These Volusia, 3d Monday in February. .H' CZeri-John }I. Beggs, Madison
Values' Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Schools E. S. A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
jy plants flourish on overflowed lands, and Liberal Discounts on allowed to Superintendent of Tyner
4 ,' I damp lands generally, although they are Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison. call, and compare my prices with those of

found abundantly in this locality, growing parties engaged in manufacturing. or indus- Fall Term- County 1easurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. other houses, here or elsewhere.G. .
fields and Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector Revenue-M.H. Madison
in corn where early potatoes of Warring, -
.t,+ r" have been raised. rial enterprises, who will erect on the property Volusia, 2d Monday in ,September.., '.'. F. AVERY,

t Sweet corn is growing in favor as a honey I Brevard, 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-B. D. Wadsworth, Madison -
substantial improvements 2d in
i ; plant. A sweet syrup is secreted in the axils purchased o t I Monday November. :

: of'the leaves near the stalk, and bees gather cohduct; :MANATEE COUNTY.
for residence or in which to their
,
3 '
; f pollen from the tassel. County Officers. "
County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. AND BOARDING STABLES.
f It is surprising that farmers will to LIVERY
go I business.
\ ALACHUA COUNTY. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.
town and buy miserable glucose i
syrup County Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. CARRIAGES AND WAGONSTo
\ when a heaven-born sweet syrup can be had INDUCEMENTS TO ) ACTUR- ,
IA1\1F ville. Assessor of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Bradentown and from Steamers and Trains.
', at their,doors, not for the asking, but for '
," the taking"-Ifr*. L. Harrison, in Rocky ERS, by exemption for term of ears from Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.
a { i Mountain Rural.KAINITE Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. Popash.

s ", -V -- taxation, offered- by the several. cities and Assessor of axes-George W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward, HORSES, BUGGIES rOR ,SALE HARNESS: ,
1 I 4 Pine Level.
Hawthorne. ,
I OR GERMAN POTASH CARTS AND WAGONS.j230ffice .
I! l. SALTS. towns. Apply. to j Collector of Revenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines MARION COUNTY.

'. CHAS. W. LEWIS; ville. County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. TERMS C.ASH. !
,' *, 1 .- It is only about three years since kainite Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, Clerk Robert Bullock, Ocala. and Stable-First Street, near '

was extensively introduced in the South. Office. .- cor Beach- &'7th sts., Fisrnandina., Gainesville* .' 'VJTV.. Sheriff-A. B. Cratchfield, Ocala. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf


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_ THE FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL 21. .

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Rules and Regulations in Rela- SEC. 18. These regulations shall take effect' HORACE BREW, LOTS is FER. ASDISA. 0n Through tickets via this line and sleeping
on :May 1st, 1883. \ .H A
tion to Quarantine. Stationer, a car berths can be secured at the Company's n'
J. D. PALMER fSookseller
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Ticket
Depot Office and at Ticket
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Adopted by the Board of Health of Port of President of the Board of Health, Printer and Binder. Unknown.................................13 1 $ 4 50 West Bay Street.W. gt

Fernandinn and Nassau County, Florida, Attest h .................. 25 1 4 50 M. DAVIDSON,
March 29th, 1883. TFernandina HEO. STARBUCK Secretary. School Books and Orange Wraps II .................. 7 2 3 26 General Manager.. .

SECTION 1. During the quarantine season, Fla., April 21.1882.Real NOW A SPECIALITY. .II. .' .................. 8 1 3 26 WILLIAM O. AMES,
it shall be the duty of the pilots to conductto .................. 24 2'1 3 26 General Passenger Agent. .
the quarantine grounds all vessels arriving : jF& Liberal discounts to Teachers and 4' .................. 5 4 61 j. s. MCELROY,
in the harbor of Fernandina, except the Estate Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on ", ................... 416 4 61 Master Transportation, .
lines of coastwise steamers, and bring to For sale. Two desirable lots, well located. application. ......:........... 2216 4 61 Tallahassee, Fla.
anchor at such quarantine grounds all such Apply to W. S. RAWSON. 59 W. BAY STREET, h .................. 11117 3 08 a
vessels there to remain for such time as the Fernandina, Fla., January 6, 1882-tf. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. II .................. 2121 4 26
Port Physician shall designate and the said .", .................. 3'21' 4 26 TIME CARD ;.
pilots shall immediately notify the Port .................. 4121' 4 26 or THE
Physician, by flying the National ensign at LEG4L ADVERTISEMENTS.NOTICE. '.Si .................. 5 21 4 26 FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR
the foremast-head, of the arrival of said vessels L ............:..... 8 28 5 12 RAILROADAND
.. and the said pilots shall hand the master II ...................11 28 5 12 I III
;or person having charge of said vessel, a.coP .................. 11 28 4 44 S S.
of;these rules and regulations. The II .................. 3 30 4 74 FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE. R.
lower) quarantine grounds shall be at or near h (taxes for'81))......... 3132 2 84 In Effect 7th .
Buoy, where all vessels with sicknesson It .................. 2 71 3 25 January 1883.
Tiger board and all vessels from ports south of Notice is hereby given that the following-described lands will be sold at public auction II .................. 2 77 8 23 GOING SOUTH.
the 7th day of May at the Court House in Fernandina in the County of Nassau, II .................. 1 79 4 24
25 north latitude must anchor. The upper much thereof willbe Leave Fernandina........................ 8.00 a.m.
the for
to amounts due taxes herein
as
or so
quarantine ground, shall be between the to the same together with necessary the costs pay of'sale and advertising set opposite WARREN F. SCOTT Leave Hart's Road....................... 8.42 a.m.
Ballast dock and Huot's mill, where coast- : Collector of Revenue., Leave Callahan.......................... 9.48 a.m.
wise vessels must anchor. :Leave Dutton....................... ....10.15 a.m.
SEC. 2. All vessels quarantined under ii toJo > > :Leave Brandy Branch .........?.....10.30 a.m.
the provisions of these rules shall remain at '" :wo:: x c> 0 c TO LET. :Leave Baldwin..........................11.05 a.m. t
said quarantine without communicationwith OWNER. DESCRIPTION. 0 b .gs 4 y COMMODIOUS Leave Maxville..........................11.32 a.m.
Z
the shore or with any person or persons :. : A Leave Highland...:.....................11.55 a.m.
whatever, or with any other boats or vesselsof - -- Leave :Lawtey ............................12.15 ,
any description whatever, unless by spe- Burns, S. L., Agent........ S i of White Oak Plantation.......... ....... 43 4N' 26E 1500 $ 3118 DWELLING; Leave Tem le's...........................12.30 p.m.p.m. 2
cial permission of the Tort Physician ; and Baker, H. C:.............. .. The Zack Haddock grant, saw-mill and Corner Escambia and Fourth streets. Pos- Arrive Starke............................12.34 '
if any quarantined vessel shall hold communication dwelling............................................ 39 4 N 25 E 709 15711 session can be given April 1st. Leave Starke .............................12.56 p.m.p.m.
. with any other quarantinedvessel Brown, Miss E. P........... Lots 22 and 23. block 3, Fernandina....... 709 7 63 Inquire of G. Leave Thurston .......................... v .
, then such vessel shall be quarantined Booth, W. J.................. wt 1..................................................... 32 2 N 25E 54 7 45 ,Fernandina, Fla., March 18, 1883.'STARK. Arrive Waldo........................... 1.30 1.06p.m.p.m.

for ifteen days additional, in addition to all : Buford, J. D.................. All of the Pedro Pons grant lying on Leave Waldo.............................. 1.35 p.m. t
................ 2 N
North side of Mills .
other fines or penalties imposed by these Swamp 47 25E 200 2025 Leave Gainesville........................ 2.27
Ballard. J. R. ............... Lot 3, block 25. Fernandina................... 14 27 p.m.
regulations.SEC. Leave Arredondo ........................ 2.43
Barnhill Mrs. N............ Lot 12 of John :' .................... 3 N 28E PARKER'SHAIR p.m. :
Lowegrant.; 4S 61 425
shall be the of the Leave
It Port Batton........ ..
3. duty k .................. .
all vessels in Barber, L............... ..... S E corner of lot 2... ............................. 17 4 N 25E 5 430 t 2.57p.m.Leave
visit the Archer............ S
Physician to arriving .................. 3.15 p.m.
harbor of Fernandina as soon as possible Beach Hotel & Road Co. As.,described n in a deed on record in book BALSAM. Leave Bronson ........................... 3.50p.m. #
after such arrival is reported to him by the R. pages 582 and.583., County records..13 3 N 29 E 4 10100 A perfect dress Leave Otter Creek....................... 4.27 p.m.
Crane Wm........... ........ of S \V 2N24E
NV 1. \
as provided in Section 1, and inspect ; 1 I..22 40 8 29 ing Leave Rosewood...... ................... .
pilots if in Counts, J. C..................NEofNE 1..........:.. .......................... 72S23E 40 1028 fumed elegalltlyper-and harmless 5.02p.m.Arrive
said vessels. and a good sanitary condition Cedar Key........................ 5.35 p.m. ,
he shall give a certificate of health, r N \V corner of Soothes grant (for 1879.t Removes 4
and allow them to proceed on their 1880 and 1881...................................... 51 2 N' 25 E 305 10 23 dandruff restores GOING NOKTH.
but if he shall find of said vessels voyage in ; N \V corner of Sanchez grant................. 51 2 N 25E 305 natural color and Leave Cedar Key.......................... 7.25 a.m. i
..
any a R. Jr................
foul or unsanitary condition, he shall order Cay, t 3 lots in Callahan, as described in a deed x 1 prevents SO real baldness and Leave Rosewood.......................... 8.05a.m.
the said vessels into quarantine until on record in book R." pages 516. 517, sizes a'druggiiU.$1> Leave Otter Creek........................ 8.40 a.m.
thoroughly cleaned and fumigated and 519, 55J and 551 County Records......... 5 7153 Leave Bronson................. ........... 9.22a.m.
good sanitary condition after which putin he Cook & Van Nostrand...Sa\v null 011...........(............................. 31 1 S 23E G520 FLOBISTONCOIOGHE. Leave Archer.............................. 9.52a.m. 1
shall give said vessel a certificate of health Davis, James H.............. On south side of \Vm. Hogan grant......... 38 4 N 24 E 40 629 Leave Batton .............................10.09 a.m. t
and allow her to proceed to her destination Denafield Sam.............. Lot 6. block 40. Fernan ina..................... 16 66 Leave Arredondo .......................10.24 a.m.
through or within the limits of the of Dozier, John................. Lot 2. block I, Callahan.......... ............... 301 2 N'5 E l 1627 4.{ An iqnUltely fra- Leave Gainesville......................10.50 a.m. 1
Fernandina.SEC. port Jos. Prevatt grant.................................... 39,4 N 2.1E 400j exceptionally KTBUt perfume tatting with Arrive Waldo............................11.40 a.m. .
I 4. On and after the opening each Davis John, Estate of{[ Lots I, 2. 3. 4...........:.............................. l' 24 E 160, k properties. Leave Waldo .......................... ..12.00 m. t
of the National Quarantine Station Lot 2..................................................... 5 1 l' 23 E 40j 9 23 \ 25 and 75 cent Leave Thurston.............'.............12.24 p.m. '
,i year(Sapelo Sound), all vessels from ports southof Eager, Benjamin........... Saw mill on SV 1 ofSN #....................19 1 S'2' !,8210 PARKER'S Arrive Starke............................12.38 p.m. k
25 north latitude must be directed by the Eubanks, Eliza..............LotsSandl2N'ofN'; ,VNWo; EI I Leave Starke................................ 1.00 p.m.
pilot to proceed to said National Quarantine N E 1...................:............ ......21 I 4 N 2t Ej 1721 524 CINCER TONICAn Leave Temple's.......................... 1.09p.m.
Station. Faulk, Jane...,............... W of S 'V I, of S W: 1 of 8 1Vf: ......... 34 4 N 24E 51 235 Leave Lawtey -............................ 1.33 p.m. xs
SEC. 5. Any vessel arriving at this port Gale, J. It...... .............. S E 1 ofSE }................... .................... 291, 3 N 25 E 40 689 Invigorating Medicine that Never IntoxicatesThis Leave Highland .......................... 1.55 p.m.
bearing the certificate of the National Quar- Grant, George................tE part of lot 2 on Nel.on grant.... ......... 4 N 25 E,, 8 4 30q25I delicious combination of Ginger. Buchu Leave Maxville.......................... 2.19 p.m. ;
antine officer, must be brought to anchor at S \V 1 ofSWr }....................................... 3l, 1 l' 40j Mandrake Stillingin.and many other of the best Arrive Bald win......... .................. 2.43 p.m
the Quarantine Station, and there remain S E 1 ofS E }........................................ 411 N 25 E 391 the vegetable bowels remedies, stomach known.liver kidneys cures all and disorders lungs, &of is Leave Baldwin ......... ................. 2.53p.m. '
until released by the order of the Board of Gardner, E. A. Est. of.. .{ EofNE #.............;:........................... 91N5E 86, The Beat Leave Brandy Branch.................. 3.15 p.m. "'
Health or Port Physician.SEC. W of S \Vl....: ..... ............................1011N25E 81 and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used. Leave Dutton ............................. 3.35p.m.
6. During the closure of said National wt ,12 N 27 33, 7 23 Nervousness If you are suffering from Rheumatism Female Complaints Leave Callahan........................... 4.25 p.m. {
Quarantine Station, all vessels such as above Higgins Jos.................. Lot 4..9. I EI 729 age or any\\'dkerull1ess.disease or infirmity take Dyspepsia Parker's Leave Hart's Road....................... 5.15 p.m. ; Wt.
described must anchor at the Port Quarantine Huntress, :Mrs. U. A..... Lot I 2 N,2S E, 10 524 Ginger Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 5.50 p.m.
Station, under personal direction of the 8 E }................. ................................... 24 4 N,24, E 182 and give you new life and vigor. Trains daily, except Sunday.PENINSULAR M .
quarantine officer. Haddock, D. T............ .{ E ofNE 1.......................................... 36, 4 ESofSW 1OO 3D p I*Xj A.IIS
SEC 7. All vessels arriving at this 1................................ ............ 2514! N 25E I 159 2185 Paid for anything injurious found in Ginger Tonicor
port for failure
with sickness on board or having had the 8 \V part of J Smith grant, sections 25. I EOe.and a $i sizes to at help dealer or la cure.drug Large laving buying I:, ,, .

same during voyage, will at all seasons of Higginbotham J. S..... .[ 35 and...... ................................ .........36, 3 NI2.3 EI 297 $1 Size. Send foe cIrcular to Hucox A Co.,163 Wm.SLN.Y. DIVISION. ''
the year no matter from what port, either wt 3.................................................... 3 52 16 86 \
American or foreign anchor at the quaran- Hughes, Emerlin...........EofSWofSWofSN 1 ..............3414N24E. 4 225 GOING

tine station and there remain until releasedby Harris Daniel............ j[ Henry Young grant._............................!4013 N.26 El901, Leave Waldo Junction................. 1.40 p.m. i d
order of the Board of Health or Quarantine 1 Out. lots 3 and 4. orPart of ....................18 3 N,28 759. RAILROADS. Leave Dixie................................. 2.02p.m. j
Physician.SEC. Higginbotham, Arthur...SWofSE }.......................................1 7 2 S23E, 401 i 88 8 Leave Hawthorne ................. ..._ 2.20 p.m. r
8. Vessels from ports south of 25 Jones TobeJacksonJuly................... l' EofNW #.........:....... ................... 36 2N'24E 401 274 Leave Lochloosa.......................... 2.38 p.m. q
north latitude will, during the entire year .............". Wi ofSE 1 ofSV 1.ofS W ............... 4 l' 24 Ei 5, 330 FLORIDA CENTRAL AND WESTERN :Leave Orange Lake..................... 3.04 p.m.
be required to discharge any and all ballastat Johnson Daniel...........,.Lot 2................. .......;............................1251 4 53 1' 6 29 RAILROAD. I Leave Anthony Place.................. 3.31p.m. I j ,
the quarantine station to have bilges and : Klarer, J. & Frank,F..... As described in a deed on record in book)) -- Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.00p.m.
limbers cleaned and sweetened, and from n." rages 543 and !M4: County Records 31,2 N 28 E, 6 664 JACKSONVILLE, :March 4th, 1883. Leave Ocala................................ 4.30p.m. i
November 1st to May 1st each year be sub- Lang, Mrs. C................. E ofNV 1. S \V }..:........................... 81 1 S 23 E 1431,! 763 Commencing this date, trains on this Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 5.18 p.m. '
jected to at least one fumigation.SEC. I All of.................................................. 10 1 1 N123 1 E 640 road and its connection will run as follows : Arrive Wildwood,,,,,,,,,,,,..?........ :5,45 p.mr
9. On and after May 1st and until No- Lots 1. 2 and 3...........:............... ...........! 51 2 N,23, E1, 12&, ''j
vember 1st of each year, and longer if the All of fractional....................................1 I 812! N 23 EI,! 11 WESTWARD.No. GOING NORTH. _
Board of Health so determine, all coastwise S WI ofNE 1. lots 1. 2. 3 and..t............. 9' 2 N 23 E 239 No.1. Leave Wildwood........... .............. 7.00 a.m.a.m.. ,:
vessels must anchor at the quarantine sta E ofS E 1. E 1 ofXW: 1, of section 27 I Accom. :Mail. Leave Lake Weir Station.............. 7.35 F

tion. Vessels from non-infected or non-sus and lot 1 of......................... ............... 28 I 2 N 23 E, 198, Leave Jacksonville....... 5.15 a m 8.15 prn Leave Ocala................................. 9.00 a.m.a.m.. I' a
pected ports will not be detained longer EiofNEN \V 1 ofNEEoN Arrive" Baldwin ............ 6.30am 9.02pm Leave Silver Spring..................... 9.18 .
than necessary for the quarantine officer to \V !. NW 1 ofNW I, NE 1 of f I Lake City..10.55 a m 12.00pm Leave Anthony Place.................. 9.46 a.m.

satisfy himself their perfect sanitary con- 1V }. N E 1 of lot 3.:...........................SI. N23 E, 344 Live Oak..12.35 pm 1.15am Leave Orange Lake ....................10.13 a.m.a.m..
dition. Vessels from south of Lot 4 of section 11. SV I of l' E 1. S : :Madison ............ 3.15pm 3.30am Leave Lochloosa................... ....10.39 .
ports 25 I "
r north latitude will have to with ofNWWOfSENEofSIV12.2N23E I' Drifton.............. 5.20 p m 5.35 a m Leave Hawthorne........................10.57 a.m. '
t tion 8, be fumigated at least comply twice and sec- K ENhofSESWofSEN& 242 :Monticello ......... 6.00pm 6.00am Leave Dixie...............................11.15 a.m. '
del "
tained at least fifteen days ofS \V 1.............................................. 13,, 2 N I 23 E I 527 Leave Tallahassee........ 7.05pm 7.30am Arrive Waldo Junction...... .........11.35 a.m.
Tallahassee..
......
i SEC. ]10. The coastwise steamers shall be NENEofSENiofSWlot2l4 2N23E1! 334 8.00am Trains daily, except Sunday.
I ....
allowed ArriveQuincy .......... 9.25 a m
to come to their wharves and be Sloflot1lot2, NWofNWEo I "
Chatta. River......
there inspected by the Port, Physician unless SESWofSW'# ..........................152! N23 E 279 'Leave River 10.50am
otherwise ordered by him, but no person or All of fractional.................................. 112' N 23 E 5! Junction... 11.00 a m
Arrive Marianna..........
freight or baggage shall be landed nor per- NEofN'ESofSF 1, \Y of lot 1, I 1 1.55 p m FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. i .

sons allowed to go on board, until permission LynchJohn.Manigault ............... : I lots 2. 3 and 4..................................... 2 N23! EI! 314 Leave Pensacola.......... 9.05pm GOING $
Pensacola.......... 10.45pm SOUTH.'d
begiven by the Port Physician ; and if it SEofNWSWofSESofS 22j' I Mobile...... Leave Fernandina..11.35 6.15
......
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steamers be found have by the Port sickness Physician that said l' \V W}....ofN........EEofSENWo...... ................................. 9N23E' 116 Arrive New Orleans...... 4.30 9.40 am a m :Leave Hart's Road..12.05 p.m.a.m. 6.55 p.m.p.m. ,;; i
any or contagious .
\ Arrive Jacksonville.... '
disease on board, said steamers shall be immediately S W ..............:....... .. :. .. 2N23E 160 EASTWARD.No. 1.OOp.m. 8.OOp.m.GOING ;
ordered to the quarantine ground. SEofNW 1....................................... o 2 N 23 E I IWofNEW No. 2. NORTH. J
SEC. 11. The Port Physician is hereby authorized # ofSENWNIrofSW 401 Accom. Mail. Leave Jacksonville..... 9.00a.m. 3.35p.m. j
I ,
and required to administer to all 1 I.: 2N 23 E. Arrive Jacksonville...... 7.40 pill 7.30am Leave Hart's Road._... 9.35 a.m. 4.01 p.m.
masters of vessels arriving in this port (except 'V lorN E I, N \V 1 ofS E I, lots 1and2 33 2N23E1! 2181 Baldwin...........:. 6.05pm 6.15am Arrive li""ernandina.l0.40 a.m. 5.00 p.m.
those of coastwise steamers) the oath I NEofNEWofNESEof N Lake City........... 2.05 p m 2.40 a m Trains double- daily except Sunday. '
prescribed by the National Board of Health. WE1ofSENtiVofS; EN 1 I Live Oak..12.05 p m 1.05 a m SUNDAY TRAINS. ,

SEC. 12. From May 1st to November 1st of ofSV 1... ....................... ................. 34 2 N 23 359 Madison ............ 9.55am 11.28pm rr
each year, no vessel from an infected or suspected Lots 3 and 4............ ............................. 321 2 N 23 EI 145 ", Drifton.............. 7.45am 9.43pm Leave Jacksonville...................... 9.45a.m. .
Arrive Fernandina.....................
latitude will be allowed to either E of N E I, WI............... ................... 4 2N24E Monticello ......... 8.15 a m 10.10 p m 11.10 a.m.
3991 Leave Fernandina.......................5.00 '
lighter or bring cargo of fruit up to the city. All of section 5. 6 and............................. 7 2 N 24 E 1920 Tallahassee......... 6.00am 7.45pm p.m. '
Arrive Jacksonville...................... 6.25
SEC. 13. Pilots must in each case, before NE I, W4ofsec.8andNEandWo 1&2N24E' 9801N' Leave Tallahassee ........ 8.15 p m p.m. ;

boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary W }...................... ...... ......................19' 2 N 24 E 160! Arrive Quincy.............. 6.20 p m .
condition. ..of vessels ; in_ no. case must they S of S \V }..................... ..................... 31, 3 N 24 E 801SV Leave Chatt'cheeRiver 5.15 p m C1
ooara u- the vessel- -has sickness on board, o.r l i ofS 'V 1.. ...................................... 32 3N 24 80 90 99 Arrive River Junction.. 4.40pm CONNECTIONS. i'
has had some during voyage ; in such cases C. C............. Lot 4. block 39, Fernandina.................... EI 749 Marianna.......... 1.30pm .; l
Nooney James.............. Leave Pensacola.......... 6.20
they must eitherdirect Sapelo Quarantine Little Tiger Island north of Tiger Creek... 39 3 N 28 EI 40 524 a m AT FXRNANDINA, TLA., I ,
Station, lead the vessel in, or have their Peterson, N................... NEofSW I, SofSW 1..................22 2 N 24EII20, 335 Arrive Pensacola........... 6.00am With New York and Fernandina Steam-
-mall boat hoisted alongside clear- Lot2SWofNWofSE S \V Leave Mobile.............. 11.45pm ,
of the 1
{ 0
water, and in this way pilot the vessel in. Pickett'I, H. c.............. { lot 5....................................:............... 32 2 N 25 E Leave New Orleans...... 6.18pm ship a.m.,Line 11.35 from a.m.,New or 6.15 York on: Tuesday and for,New at 8 Y.a

SEC. 14. The Port Physician shall receive, S E corner of........................................ 491.2 N 24 E 139 1307 Passenger train leaves Jacksonville daily, York on Thursday at 10.40 p.m. 500.
from every vessel visited by him under the Pollard G. P..0....., wt 1.................................... ...... .............24, 4 N 25 E 60 489 except Sunday, at 10.00 a.m., arrives at Bald- or 5.50 a.m., p.m., a.i'
provisions of this ordinance fee of five Ryals. H. C.................... As described in a deed on record in book win at 10:45 a.m. With p.m.Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
dollars for foreign and three dollars for coast- .4 E," pages 126 and 127 County Records 3 N 25 E 132 325 Returning, leaves Baldwin at 2.45 p.m., nah Sunday and

wise ,vessels and for each certificate of health I Russell, J. 0............... | S......... .............. ......... ........................ N 26 E arrives at Jacksonville at 3:30 p.m., making Wednesday Friday.
issued by him under the provisions of these 8 E part of...................:......................... 57 3 N 27 E 136 629 close connection both ways with the Florida AT CALLAHAN.To .
Tegulations he shall receive a fee of two Ratcliffe, W. B.............. The J D Braddock grant ........................ 3 N 26 E 640 5218 Transit & Peninsular Railroad for Gaines- and from Savannah and Charleston at ,.
dollars and for each and every vessel fumigated Robinson, Moses............ wt 3......................................................381 2 N 28 E 134 928 ville, Ocala, Leesburg, Cedar Key, and all 7.25 and 9.45 a. m., 7.30 and 4.22 p. m.
he shall receive a fee twenty dollars; Smith, H. RSwearingen .................., S 'VI...........................,,.........................14 2 N 24 E 100 923 Gulf Ports. AT BALDWIN, FLA., 1
and any vessel having board any sickness ,Samuel......., S i of N 'V 1................ ........................ 4 4 N 24 E 1128 Through Sleeping Cars on night trains.
of any infectious or malignant character, Stewart, Ben.................., N E corner............................................ N 25 E 18 801, 430 CONNECTIONS. To and from Tallahassee at 11.05 a.m. and t

shall pay the Port Physician, in addition to wt 1..................................................... 1912 N 28 E 87, 2.43 p.m. ;
the above fees, the sum of eight dollars per wt 4, block 15. Fernandina.................... At Jacksonville with Waycross Short Line AT HAWTHORNE,
day for attendance, and a reasonable:charge Suhrer, F. CSwearingen ............... { Lots 26 and Zl, block 2,Fernandina....... aU points North and East; with the Fernan- To and from Palatka 10.37a.m. and 2.20
for medicines. In no case shall the Port Lots 3 and 4, block 269, Fernandina........ dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan- p.m.
Physician be entitled to any other fees than wt 9, block 27, Fernandina.................... 6910 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on AT WILDWOOD. ,
those provided in these regulations. B. B........... As described in a deed on record in book the St. Johns River. With Stage Line to and from Brooksville

SEC. 15. Each and every person, or each II R," page 235 County records................ 38 2 N Zl E 190 524 &At Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida and Tampa daily except Sunday. .t i
and every vessel or other craft who or which Sutton, H.................... S E comer of lot 3................................. 7 4 N 25 E 2 430 ; Western Railroad.At With Stage Line to and from Leesburg '
i R shall be found guilty of any violation of Taylor, Jos-.................. S i ofF Wood grant...;......................... 2 N 25E 340j 42.3 Tallahassee with St. :Marks Branch daily except Sunday. t
,1 these regulations, or their provisions, shall, Tison, John N...............IN W corner ................;......................... 40 421 1 N 25 E 1631 430. Railroad. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
; upon conviction, be fined no less than $5 1 Washington, Jos............ i ofS W I, lots 12 and 13 ....,............... 1111 N,24, E SOl 430 urdays.At

nor more than $100, or imprisoned for not Wilds, Wm. M........... f{ W }.............................:.......................... N 26 E 13201! cola &Chattahpochee Atlantic Railroad River for, with)Marianna the Pensa-Pen- With for Tampa Key 'Vest Steamship Monday Company's and Steamers
less than one nor more than twenty days, or E i of S E 1, S E 1 ofSW }.................... 2'3N'26 E 200 1287 Thursday
both, at the discretion of the Board of Williams, Peter,............ Lots 10 and 11. block -ji' ; i 1721 sacola, :Mobile, New Orleans, and all pointsin p.m.; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday and

Health. Wilson, D. B..................I'V 1- ofN. 'Vilds' tract.:..Fernandma..1.............. 41 I 4 N 26 E 200 335 the West Southwest, and Northwest- Friday. a

SEC. 16. The Port Physician shall be required Wiggins, Wm............ j E 1 of NE #..............:....... !33 4 Nj25 E, 401, forming BEST ROUTE the SHORTEST to these,points QUICKEST and AND with West'Vithorgan's and: Havana Line Steamships Saturday 4 for Key
to make a monthly report of the 18 'V 1 ofN W I.,341N E, 41 629 ; every p. m.;

I, amounts of fees received by him. Wilds, C._.................. { )1 of...................................................16I: 3 N tl 26 E 4201 days the Central and Thursdays and People's for Line Apalachicola Boats on Sun-and for For New information Orleans every Friday at routes 4 p. m. r
respecting rates
SEC. 17. In case of the absence or sickness West part of S. Christopher grant........... 4812 N 27 E 44 51 ,
or the Port Physician he shall have authority Williamson, C. A.........\Lot 6, block 22. Fernandina................... MOl'( 823 Tuesdays and Saturdays for Columbus and etc., apply to

to appoint a deputy, for whose acts the Unknown..................... s 'W' ::1 ofSW #. lot 5.....;........................7 2 Nl27 E 63; 225 Eufaula.Take A. o. MACDONELL, i
the NEW SHORT LINE via Gen'l Ticket
Port ,NW I S E I N'ofN'E 2N24Ef and Pass.Agent.D. .
Physician shall be accountable.. 1, SEofN'E 440, 933
1 I I t the Florida Central and Western Railroad. E. MAXWELL, Gen' Supt. .21 .

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'THE FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL 21.
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:: r r > 7. r.THE' FLORIDA MIRROR. The dime sociable, for the bend t of the I I I We recommend in this connection that The petition of Chalmers against Myers, Livery Stable at a Bargain. -

manse fund of the Presbyteriaif Church, the fees at present allowed the marshal and
of State for
Secretary mandamus to count I
a offer at
a bargain
police be hereafter into the my entire
paid city treasury establish
i 'J:y, fS.OO A YEAR $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS will take place Monday evening next, at the instead of going to the officers named, the votes spelled Chambliss for him, was mint in this city, consisting of Carriages:

...t .iit parlors of the Mansion House. An: enjoyable believing the salary allowed them sufficient dismissed by the Supreme Court of Mississippi Buggies Wagons, Carts, Saddle and CarriW
H' ., :. .. Horses, Harness, etc.
Reflections.Mr.
evening is anticipated. All aye invited. compensation for services rendered.
,tr' ; leaving Manning in possession of the Terms of
( ,'" .. .. Respectfully, purchase, CASH.
:-" "'.1 I' Louis C. Tiffany and family, of New Fire at King's Ferry: FRED W. HOYT, certificate of election. O. F. AVERY.
Office
: York, are at the Egmont. The large steam saw-mill known as the G. F. AVERT, The political trials in South Carolina have Street Wharf.and Stable--First Street, near Broom

/f! Mrs. C. E. Herrick, of Northampton, Woodstock Mills, near King's Ferry, was Finance Committee.The been postponed at the instance of the Gov- 46

V.I *J ; Mass., is a guest at the Egmont. destroyed by fire on Wednesday the 11 th report was read, and action deferred eminent, for the alleged reason that there For Rent.A .

J.j :
1 .. tr, t; has rooms at the Egmont. special committee, on providing a United States Commissioner has dismissed ,
:{ : since by Hon. John Lynch, and i f? believed a January 19-tf Fernandina, Fla.
U 1. :;:{ ga l ir. J. P. C. Winship and wife, of Boston, to have been insured. Until recently was suitable place for council rooms, reported as large number of cases brought before him

t I :'L" : .w4 are guests at the Egmont. carried on by Mr. H. C. Baker, the Senator follows : from Williamsburg\ county. For beds Nassau Fibre,

;;:.: i" ;'.: Mr. D Bloch, and wife, of New York, arrived from this county. FERXANDINA, FLA., April 18, 1883. The Rev. Dr. George Howe, of Columbia, to anything, pillows else in and use.mattresses For sale,by superior
To
t i .s last week and are stopping at the Eg- the City Council: June 2-1-tf FRED
W. HOYT & Co.
S. C., died in that city on the 15th of April, at
i GENTLEMEN : Your committee to. whomwas
'r i. ; i mont. Circuit Court. :
referred the matter of obtaining suitable the ripe age of 82. He was a native of Massachusetts Select "Intermediate": School
/... :) .i: ;' Mr. Schuyler is steadily improving, although The Spring Term of the Circuit i Court for accommodation for the Council, beg leaveto and had been for many years Boys and Girls, for

< ',) f... he will be confined to his bed some Nassau county, Hon. J. M. Baker,Judge for report that they have conferred with Mr. connected with the Presbyterian Theological Corner of Ash and Ninth streets. Circulars
."
,,'" ..' time yet.Joseph. the Fourth Circuit, presiding, opened Tuesday S. A. Swann, from whom the building now on application.
111 .' \' used is rented and of the Seminary at Columbia, of which he was
that
if : :r, .' :'l,: D. Wilde and wife, of Boston, are l last. The following criminal eases were satisfactory arrangements, are can be opinion made with President at the time of his death. Pupils received in Vocal G.and W.Instrumental SCHUYLER.

,1 .1, :; .$ guests at the Egmont, having arrived on disposed of during the week : the gentleman named for a continuation of FOREIGN. Music and French. 50AGENTS

". .\ ; '; '.;;. Monday last. State of Florida vs. Nancy Baker; aiding the lease.
d. ; The Queen has to Osborn, Isle of
At the request of your committee Mr. gone
to Found
prisoners WANTED
guilt
: ; ':, f Our city has been quite full of visitors escape. Swann submitted to them a proposition, Wight. Nassau IN EVERY" TOWN

jV." : hki#; during the past week--mostly ontheir State of Florida vs. Austin Price ; assault substantially as follows : If the Council will tered Nassau Beds." Fibre" and Uphols-
'
persons Here is
,
.t't1' ., with intent to commit rape. Found guilty. continue to occupy the present building he Preparations are being made for the coro- ness for a live a good busi-
: ; North. man. Exclusive
/ : --.tlJ- way State of Florida vs. Charles Richardson ; will remove the partition now extendingacross nation of the Czar at Moscow. Liberal commission. territory.

.} ) Colonel N. B. Bartram and Miss Grace breaking and entering in the night time. it and substitute a railing, providenew The Princess Louise has returned to Can- Address EDWIN S. LOOMIS,

f' :':: '' _\ Bartram, White Plains, N. Y., arrived at and suitable locks, repair the windows, Fernandina, Fla.
ada
,". c Plead guilty. kalsomine the walls, put the plastering in and is now with the Marquis of Lorne,
E t'o
I ,
; i .theEgmontTuesdar. State of Florida M. Wm. Jackson ; larceny. good condition, paint the building inside at Ottawa. List letters
.\\r ': : ', ':, .:.; ) The weather has been quite cool all the Plead guilty. and out, repair the fence, and in short do all New of
developments are being made in con- Remaining in the Post-Office
at Fernandina
I 11 that is to make the room comfort- -
." 's': ;-i' i week and it has necessary
not been unseasonable for
: ?I State of Florida w. Monroe Johnson mur nection with
; able and the dynamite plotters in Nassau
: convenient. Eng- county, Florida, April 21, 1883.
: "t
.I ,." ',J:' : : fires in the morning and evening. der. Plead guilty of manslaughter in the Your committee recommend that the pro- land, and more persons have been arrested. Persons calling for these letters must

{: ". :: .I :Mrs. C. G. Cooper and Miss Irene W. third degree. position be accepted i; and further, that the advertised say
Russian :
end Twenty political prisoners have
r' in the west of the
L : : :Martin, of Mt. Vernon Ohio arrived at the State of Florida vs. Edward Clark assault space building formed
;
Bennet C. D.
; Celia
: by the rail be for the exclusive use of Coun- been recently tried and sentenced to impris- King,
,":.1". t.w.'I;, \ Egmont last week.. with intent to murder. Found guilty of an cil and the city officers, the Mayor's court to onment at hard labor for various periods, Bischoff, G. Mnngen, Minnie

1 i.i.I "". ?;: Seventh street between Date and Beech aggravated assault. be held in the space east of the rail ; that a from four to twenty Bates George Mitchell J.
years. Brown Lear
.. table sufficiently large to accommodate the Metcalf, Henry
,a; >'": ,. i- streets has been much improved recently by Nassau County Sunday Cchool Convention members of Council, and provided with Joe Brady, the first one of the Phoenix Curtis, C. B. Maurice, Major

: .:: 'j : shelling the sidewalks and crossways. .. '; drawers and locks, be purchased ; and also Park murderers trial Carter.Vm. B. Maurice, Bertie
on convicted
put was
+ w ; twelve chairs suitable for the anda Crippen, H. J. Mrs. 2 Patton, Miss B.
; i ; ; Mr. W. Nickerson and wife, :Mrs. J. S. The Nassau County Sunday School Asso- water-cooler, be obtained for purpose the use of the jury being out about thirty minutes, Cline, W. B. Mrs. Qtimly, George A.

'. : .. '.r Nickerson and Miss Belle J. Nickerson, of ciation convened at the Methodist Church, the Council. and he has been sentenced to be hung in Davenport. Mrs.J.B. Robinson, Betsy
'
t' ?;. 4 Boston. are sojourning at the Egmont. in this city, Wednesday, the 18th ibst. Ten Your committee would suggest that a one month hence. Daniel Curley, anotherof Green Gadsden, Maggie S. Simmons, W. W.
Henry H. Sears
committee on city property be appointed Henry E.
w.: .. "': :Mr. and Mrs. George P. Titus and Mr. Edward Sunday Schools: were reported from the whose duty it shall be to keep a record of the party., was also tried and convicted. Harris, Gussie Smith, Sarah

r i .1 4,1-- ','; D. Webb, of New York, arrived on county as connected with the association, property belonging to the city, and see that Jamison, A. Weld, Mrs. J. L.

.':' :{ Saturday last from Cuba, and are at the Eg1 three of which are located in this: city Rev.J. any which is not now under the immediate Range of ThermometerFOR Johnson, Susan E. Woomson Mary

: .. Russell supervision of some Council committee, be TilE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, APRIL 20, Johnson, Ed.Vebster, C. M.
mont president, opened the conventionwith
1 1 I' properly taken care Jones, John F. Williams, Merrier
:. f' :.;> The Caronddet carried out a full comple- devotional exercises, after Which the of.FRED W. HOYT, HORSEY'S DRUG STORE. Wightman, Mrs. M. A.

,4". ': ment of passengers on her trip North on election of officers for the ensuing 'ear was : i G. }AVERY, 1 _= :_: ,c.:: _:: 'tS'":' HELD FOR POSTAGE:

ordered, with the following result:" R. E. ROBINSON, a a ; John Butler, Savannah, Ga.
r >ij Thursday evening. The :Mallory Line has Committee. \ President-Rev. J. Russell. I ISaturday. -t eo:) co SAM'L T. RIDDELL. P. M.
: been well
1 :h. \ patronized all winter. FERNANDINA, FLA., April 17, 1883. i
I Vice-Pre8ident-Tbos. Kydd. ;. ....April 14 62 70 71 68 SE.
i : it: <:; ,4 Presbyterian Church ; Rev. H. S. Yerger, To the HonoraUe City Council: I To Rent.
Secretary-W. H. Garland. Sunday.... .......15 60 69 W.
[ .. pastor. Services : Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 Reports were then read from the different GENTS : I have seen )Ir. O. S. Oakes in regard Monday ............16 64 69170 71 NW. The property known as Sanborn's Stores.

i;.. ': p. m. ; prayer-meeting on Thursday eveningat to making a table for Council's use, Tuesday.............17 67 78 I 78 76 NW. Apply for particulars to
; : :I- o'clock School schools represented, and the president re- and he agrees to make a ten-foot table three Wednesday........18 65 78 78 77 SW.Thursday..19 A. B. XOYES
; ,; :!. ; Sunday at 4 p. m. ported for three or four of thecounty schools feet wide, covered with oil cloth, and having 68 80 79 78 SW. Fernandina, July 15-tf.

:. ; : Mr. George II. W. Perkins, of New York, which were without representation. Dis- nine drawers and locks for $15. Friday...............20 67 78 78 76 W.MARINE. -
,'t. t accompanied by :Miss Nellie Perkins and Very respectfully, : NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
: c :" cussion as to the various methods of improving R. E. ROBINSON.

; t Mrs. McCurdy, arrived at the Egmont on and advancing the interest of Sun- The committee was requested to carry out i, .

; Tuesday. They have been passing the I
1 day Schools was indulged in until the close the plans recommended by the foregoing re-
., t winter in Nassau. of the forenoon session. Port of Fernandina.
port.
:,: .>1"- The second children's parlor entertainment The evening session was devoted to song, The committee to whom HIGH WATER.
f special was re- Saturday, April 21...... 7:19 A.M. 7:43P.M.
; l for the benefit of the building fund of service and addresses, which were spiritedly
ferred the communication of the Savannah Sunday, 22...... 7:59": 8:21 It
'. ; :. :'r the Presbyterian and Episcopal Churches, entered into by those present. A fine audi- Board of Health, reported as follows : Monday, 23...... 8:35" 8:58"

i 'r: ....I; came Wednesday evening last at the residence ence assembled, and the close attention to Your committee respectfully submit the Tuesday, 24...... 9:12": 9:36" !
Failing
( 25...... 9:49.
Wednesday, 10:15
.t'. ":,'1 of Mrs. W. B. C. Duryee, and proved the speakers by the audience showed a following report in relation to the preven- Thursday, 26..10:27 10:55: "

: e ineverywayasentertniningandsatisfactory, healthy interest in the Sunday School cause. tion of small-pox in our midst: Friday, 27......11:12 11:41 "
We recommend that of
t' ,_ 1J, the first Colonel B. A. Coachman an appropriation
It. financially, as one given two weeks president of the $200 be made for the purpose of free vaccina-
.f' ':'t since. The total sum netted from the twos Alachua County Association, was present., tion of those of our citizens who are unableto ENTERED. That is what a great

::1 ., entertainments was $55.60. and briefly addressed the convention, re- pay for themselves and families, and that April 14-Sch. A. B. Bacon, Bacon, Charleston many people are doing.
1 the price be not over fifty cents capita. ; ballast, to master.
J-' : The steamship Carondelet, which sailed questing a delegation from this associationto We also urge and request parents per and 15-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, They don't know just whatis

? : ,t from this port for New York, carried the the Alachua Association, which conveneson heads of families in our city to have those Savannah, with freight and passengers the matter, but they havea

:' ;" following cargo: 1,070 logs cedar, 164: cases the 16th of May at Micanopy. Mr. Voor- under their charge vaccinated, and requestthe to J. A. Mercier. combination of and
pains
R.
hees also made some forcible and physicians to be moderate in their 16Sch.Vm. Drury, Bond, New
11 : cedar 1,373 packages barrels pointed
vegetables 175
charges for vaccinating those who are able York ; ballast to Mizell & Bro. aches, and each month they
-: :.',' t rosin, 28 barrels spirits, 173 packages merchandise remarks upon the duties and interests of to pay for themselves. u 16-Sch. James B. Dewell, Starnard,

.1' : V 4 178 planks whitewood, 62 sacks Sunday Schools, the urgent necessity of inculcating F. C. SUHRER, New Haven ; ballast, to master. grow worse.The .
"
: ; .t't saw-dust,3 horses, 1 refrigerator berries. The into the minds of the children, as P. KELLY, 16-Sch. Frank McDonell, Willis, New
York rock, to master.
R. E. ROBINSON, ; only sure remedyyet
: : t \: L t4 steamship San Antonio, which was to have soon as they could possibly comprehend, Committee. 16-Sch. Willie S. Shepard, Rogers, found
is
BROWN'S IRON
;; religious and normal training. Rockland, Me 660 tons of ice
't r arrived this week, was delayed on account Upon motion of Alderman Avery the fol- ; ,
; I of needed repairs to her machinery. She The superintendent of the Methodist Sunday to J. C. Read. BITTERS, and this by rapid
i; I. lowing resolution was adopted : 18-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,
: : : : .J School made a short address ofwelcometo and thorough assimilationwith
: will sail from New York for this the
port on
', J .' WHEREAS, The committee appointed at Savannah, with freight and pas-
}
.t ; t ti, J,' I 27th. inst.The the delegates and the audience. Mr. last meeting, in connection with provision sengers, to J. A. Mercier, Agent. the blood purifies and
: Kydd, superintendent of the Presbyterian made the introduction 18 S. S. CarondeletHines, New York
to -
F L ,:J remains of Willis Dorsey, the being prevent or enriches it, and rich, strong
young of that committee 1,508 tons with freight and
Sunday School, addressed theaudiehce upon"The prevention small-pox, ; pas-
; :t., \ I colored man whose death we mentioned Great of having reported, it is, therefore. sengers to R. W. Southwick. blood flowing to every part
School
i : 1: I last week, were received by the steamship Object Sunday Work Resolved That the same committee be 20-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, of the system repairs the
h Rev. A. A. Robinson on the Duties and authorized to make the best terms they can Savannah ; with freight and pas-
;
t : Carondelet on Tuesday morning, having been wasted tissues drives out
;;. : Work of a Teacher," and Rev. H. S. Yerger to have all persons that are unable to pay sengers to J. A. Mercier. ,
:;. .i: : kindly forwarded from Washington city by disease and health and
devoted his effective remarks to the parents. for vaccination of themselves or families, CLEARED. gives
: : < i i I Mr. Yulee to his parents in this:: city. The provided for at the expense of the city, at a "
.' It and 16-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald strength. -
; : ; was a pleasant successful close of the cost not 50 cents for each ,
: funeral services were held on the same day exceeding person, Savannah, with freight and
convention's exercises, and those presentseemed and to out such work $200 is hereby pas-
1 ) carry
: f' at the Baptist Church on Ninth street, and sengers, by J. A. Mercier. This is BROW 'S
their service why
to have enjoyed the evening appropriated and placed at or "
-t' very 16-Sch. S. C. Evans, Sylvan, New
IJ were very largely attended. Mrs. JohnHedges such less amount as may be needed. IRON BITTERS will
much. York ; lumber, by Hilliard & cure
I : ''i t f in whose service he had at one time The sum of$50 was appropriated for street Bailey.
I The next convention will be heldin Octo kidney and liver diseases,
: ; been, gave some beautiful floral tributes, and sanitary purposes, to beat the disposalof 16-Sch.. W. R. Drury Bond, New

r' n :t ; I I which she arranged on the coffin. ber at King's Ferry. :!' the chairman of the Committee on Streets York ; lumber, by Mizell & Bro. consumption, rheumatism,

; : .; : t), l} t The revival meetings at the Baptist Bible Society. ; and Public Improvements. : 18-S. P.Savannah City of ;Bridgeton with freight, Fitzgerald and ease -, neuralgia, dyspepsia, malaria -

\ t '" i : : r Church are well' attended, and a deep religious The anniversary meeting of tie Nassau On motion of Alderman Robinson, tli sengers, by J. A. Mercier. intermittent fevers, Rlc.

,,,. i;:; !,' r interest has been aroused as a result County Bible Society, a branch of the Great clerk was authorized to purchase for the 19-8. S. Carondelet, Hines, New York,
with and Mr. Simon Blanchard, a well-
c :r' 'f ; ': 1 r of the plain teaching of the Word. ElderBartlett American Bible Society, will beheld on city two assessment rolls, or books, for the R. W.freight Southwick.passengers agent. by known citizen of Hayesville, Meade

',, : :\/0 L ; will preach to-morrow morning at Sunday evening, 22d inst., in the Presbyterian year 1883. 20-City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald. Sa- county,Kentucky,say* : "My wife

;: 'J' i'f i 10:30: and at 7:30 p. m. Subject for morning. Church. Rev. J. L. Lyons,of Jacksonville Tlie Small-Pox at Jacksonville. vannah, with freight and pas- her had been constitution sick for was a long all time broken, and

; I ,. 1'i: i:; : f discourse : Is the faith of Christ being expects to be present, and will, no The latest report of the Board of Health sengers, by J. A. Mercier. down and she was unable to work.

: r. r .,' i superseded by infidelity even in the hearts doubt,deliver interesting address n Bible l IN PORT. She was advised to use Brown's Iron
of Jacksonville in reference to the
smallpoxin Bark David McNutt Br. Bitters,and found it to work like a
; : ( ), bobbing.s
"
: : of professors of Christianity ? For Lands. All are cordially invited attend.
/ to
". I. evening I that city, states that nine additional casehad Brig E. L. Hall, Duffy. charm. We would not now be with
)r'\ I discourse : Why should the first day of' H. S. YERGER, Pre Ident. developed during the past ten days, mak Sch. Emily E. Davis, Pierce. .' out it for any consideration as we
:, .1"" \ the week be kept holy instead of the seventh t Sch. AddieFuller, Hart. consider it the! best tonic in the '
: Council Proceedings. ing 42 in all, 21 of which had died. Only world."
w r, 'J t day Sabbath of the Lord our God?" Meetings I' Sch. Etta A. Stinson, Banker.
'fir The regular meeting of the City;Council 1 three cases out of the whole number were Sch Florence Rogers, Davis. -
I'I' :t will continue all next week. All
15h. ;.' t cordially I was held on Wednesday evening. present: white. Upward of 500 colored people have Sch. Sarah Potter, Watts. BROWN'S IRON BITTERSis

'H"1. I invited. I I President F. C.SllhreranclAlderm Avery, been vaccinated in the Eastern Districtwithin Sch. B. C. Terry, Moore. not a drink and does not

;: E. Leroy Jones, :M. D., has sold his the Sch. A. B. Bacon, Bacon.
the
s _' practice Kelly King, Robinson and \VilIia is. past eight days. Sch. James B. Dewell. Starnard.Sch. contain whiskey. It is
in this city, and early next month will
{ 'i:' :; go to Florida with a view of becoming a A bill for $5 of Thomas Latson, ftr: nursing NEWS NOTES. Frank McDonell. Willis. only preparation of Iron

': ," :: ,, resident of that land of fruits and flowers. and feeding John Jackson, aZpauper, Sch. Willie S. Shepard. Rogers.Vaccination. that causes no injurious ef-

: t '.. : It would be difficult to name any personwhose was ordered paid. I DOMESTIC.
; fects. Get the genuine.Don't .
} would .
departure occasion
; more rS e- Bills of Angel & Friend, for $1 .20, for Mr. Jay Gould having: acquired the snug
d1 Generous with
". gret. genial and honorable to DR. JONES, on Fourth street, has fresh be imposed on
a g' ': ;y the highest degree, incapable of an unkind supplies furnished paupers, were J ordered little competence of one hundred millions, vaccine virus. Vaccination fee, $1. 2t imitations.

i 1? '; or unworthy act, it is not alone his many paid. Also the bill of Fred W. Holt & Co., it is said, will retire from active business in i

r 1 1N':N .' patrons, but a whole community that will amounting to $15.40. favor of his son. Strawberries and Vegetables.
bid him with
4 good-bye profound regret. y
11 ,t The general impression is that he is making The Finance Committee, to whpm had Watertown, N. Y.. near the shores of Fresh vegetables strawberries received

< z ; a mistake in leaving so good a practice, but been referred the salaries of city of seers| for Lake.Ontario, the thermometer stood at 82 daily at MRS. FLETCHER'S.Valuable ...
t "
t the more Florida ago, has Fever reached contracted its crisis-doubtIess a year or the present year, made the following report : in the shade at 2 p. m. on the 16th inst. At Orange Lands for Sale

; 'c c a ravatedbytheexceptionallycoldweathe r FERNANDIXA, FLA., April 1$ 1883. Fernandina at same hour on the same dayit Tracts containing twenty acres each of E. LEROY JONES, M.D.,

of last winter. Whatever place he may To the City Council : t stood at 740.Governor choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake,
select as his future home will gain skillful Your Finance Committee, to wrjom was suitable for orange growing and truck farm HOMEOPATHIC! PHYSICIAN and StmGEON,
I experienced and conscientious physician referred the matter of salaries of city officers Cleveland, of New York has ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare

} and a cultured, honest citizen.Oconomowoc; for the ensuing year, recommend 1hat the vetoed a bill to reorganize the fire department very conveniently, situated for transportation Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua

t?" ( Wis.) Free Press, March 24. amounts paid officers during the pst year of New York, the object of which was by water or rail, and will be sold on

1! ; I Dr. Jones has located in Fernandina, and be fixed as the salaries for the present year, to enable the Democratic city council of I' terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques FERNANDINA, FLA.
with the of the ofShe'Olc
exception pay tionable. Also valuable timber lands i in
; f opened an office on Fourth street. His card Town police which we recommen< be increased Buffalo to remove Republican incumbentsand large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, Calls answered promptly day or night,and '

maybe r found in another column. to $20 per month. ?s replace them with Democrats... February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. Medicine furnished without extra charge.
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