Florida mirror
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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: January 12, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
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System ID: UF00054505:00201
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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NEW YORK GOSSIP.VILLARD think that it will ever amount to much, WASHINGTON.: the iron and coal so indespensable to modern FLORIDA AS IT IS. .

44 for,'' said one of them to me, we have ship building are already within easy reach. Lady Dnffus Hardy's book has

DOWNFALL HOW IT is REGARDED not so many poor in this city as there are }in GENERAL SATISFACTION AT THE NEW HOUSE There is an ample supply of good fresh merit and one great
S water and it has fine fresh ponds for the one great defect. Its merit lies e
SEW'PAPER MEN IN ACTIVE LIFE-A NEW London and Paris, where semi-public insti COMMITTEES.To preservation of ship timber. in the freshness of its subject and of its

BROKERAGE SYSTEM-A PRACTICAL tutions like the Mont de Piete are a neces the Editor of the Minor: Pensacola bay, on which the yard is situ- route; its defect lies in the too frequent occurrence -

CHARITY, ETC. sity.* But the Boston establishment has WASHINGTON, D. C., January 5. ated, is perfectly do nsible. It is easy of of fine "
writing. in
vessels of dragged
access moderate
Editor of the Florida Mirror: been a success, and if the scheme; did not There has been no lack of political gossip, draught. Ships I without
the rhyme
To drawing twenty-flour feet and over may find or reason, on the very faintest
NEW YORK, January 5, 1884. fail there, it certainly will not fail here, comment and conference Washington good anchorage off the yard, and those possible pretext, solely for the purpose of

Poor Henry Villard! his fall from the pin- where the poor and rich number hundreds: during the long adjournment for the holiday drawing twenty-two feet may approach theprincipal needless rhetorical display. Barring this

nacle of success was even more rapid than where Boston counts tens of thousands. recess; nor has time been wholly unim- ments now wharf.in progress The government contemplate improve-the single artistic error however Lady Hardyis

his ascent. A few months ago the head of A genuine work of charity was begun last proved: There has been solid work in dredging of what is known as the "inner a delightful companion through a delightful -

the powerful Northern Pacific confederacy Wednesday. A l111mberbfbenevolentlat1ie: several of the committees, and some of the bar" to a depth twenty-four feet at mean and unhackneyed land. She does not

he has! now sunk so }ow that none will do I and gentlemen, who do not wish their names regular bills will be ready for presentationas the low later water.war During the millitary the Mexican importance war and of linger unnecessarily long among the familiar

1 him honor. With ruined health, a mind made public, have subscribed enough money soon as Congress reassembles. Then, too, i this yard was fully demonstrated. Pensa- streets and hotels of New York or Philadelphia -

jaded from overwork and intense strain, his I to distribute one hundred dollars worth of the committees have: had an opportunity to cola is almost: the only suitable site for a ,but hurries us almost at once in media

reflections on New Year's Day as he gazed at; peas, coffee, beans, bread and flour among become acquainted with themselves, }individually naval station on the Gulf, and should a ship res, on a southward-bound express train

the murky atmosphere outside must have i the poor every Wednesday and Saturday and collectively, to pull themselves\ canal military be cut and across commercial the Florida value Peninsula would its be through the great girdling swamp-belt of

been anything but cheerful. There is now afternoon, between the hours of 4 and 5 together, to measure their caliber and take greatly enhanced. It is so far removed from Virginia and Carolina, redeemed to her ad-

no doubt that Villard brought on his col o'clock. The distribution is made from the their aim. I will not carry the metaphor the mercantile community as to place it beyond miring eyes from utter monotony\- its
who have steps of the City Hall and judging from the further for fear I that reach of encroachment. -
lapse himself. Like all parvenues i may say they will As to The glorious growth of noble forest trees with
disadvantages establishmentof
risen from insignificance!: by their own kind of people benefited on the first distribu soon be ready to shoot off their mouths, the yard at this point: was recommendedwhen luscious sub-tropical underbrush of bushes

efforts, his confidence in himself grew over- tion day, I am convinced that this is a and I am aware that this would be a de- an epidemic prevailed in the West and grasses and hanging lianas. *

crowning, and unintentionally he made i charity which goes to the right spot. parture from the severe and classic language Indies and when vessels of war were pro- Florida occupies a larger portion of the

enemies. That he should antagonize the I The first of the great balls of the season, which you impose upon all your corre short pelled range.by wind The and complete carried small revolutions guns in of volume States than any; and other Florida of the, though once Confederate long-

Gould interest was natural. Two such and the most fashionable of the lot, the spondents.The the methods of conducting naval warfare familiar to the Northern American public

dynasties cannot exist together without Charity Ball, took place at the Metropolitan majority in Congress is no doubt have rendered this yard of little acount. It from the descriptions and sketches of sun-

dashing but he made enemies right and Opera House last evening. This ball was better informed on at least one important is but two and a half miles from the deep worshipping invalids, is still very imperfectly -
; water of the Gulf, and consequently withinrange known to English readers. In the
left, and particularly of such people as he i originally organized in 1854 as a Calico Ball, question than it was two weeks ago, and of modern ordnance from ships lying extreme South indeed, its vast Everglades

did not know, and to whom he did not and has been held annually ever since, for] will be all the better able to give just 'expression outsi e. It woulll therefore be untenable: an immense prairie, covered for thousands

give a thought. When he found it a matterof the benefit of the Nursery and Child's Hos to the needs of the country, than if i lying as it does in range of the enemye's fire of miles together with a shallow flood of

life and death to have friends, he saw pital. Up to the time of the organization of it had hurled legislation hap-hazard as some : aded directed and at the Fort entrance Pickens.to It the is harbor easily block-is ob sweet but little and known crystal fresh to the water-are Americans even themselves now

none but opponents, who flocked about; the Patriarch's and the Family Circle Dancing of the committees were named. structed by a shifting bar, which. :is more or ; the islands with which they nfe-

him like so many Banquo's ghosts.The Class at Delmnico's in 1872, it was the The new House committees have been I less affected by every southerly or southeast studded give shelter among their growth of

only ultra select affair. Here debutante! thoroughly discussed during the holidays, gale. At present the bar has on it nineteen hickory and palmetto only to the last remnants -
is a common one in Wall of the
question seven-tenths feet at mean low water and once-powerful Seminole Indians
were brought out, and here foreign visitors and they seem to give pretty general satis- who still
receive or
street at present, Will Villard get on his I twenty-one two-tenths feet at mean high casual white hunter
legs again ?" and I asked one of the nestorsof I of distinction were introduced. But al- faction. Mr. Morrison, chairman of the water. The success of the present effort to explorer with the profuse hospitality of
though the Charity has thus lost its exclusiveness Committee of Ways and Means, is reportedto effect a permanent increase of the deep chan- tropical barbarians. But Jacksonville, on
the street what he thought of it. I nel is doubtful. In view of these facts the the extreme northern edge of the State, ha
it still maintains its glory and have said that the tariff issue cannot he
think Villard's sun is set, he replied. Commissioners submit the following recom- of late years sprung into notice as a sort of
"True, he has intense determination andencrIP" splendor. The scene at the Metropolitar .avoided, and that it is welcomed. The Re- mendations : Your Commissioners do not transatlantic Nice Mentone, peopled by

in eminent degree Opera House was brilliant in the extreme publicans have invited the contest in the recommend the sale of this yard, as it is tha thousands of invalids and pleasure-seekers
and he possesses an The gorgeousness of the toilets, the splendor call of their National Republican Committee, only one on the Gulf, for though it would be flying from the cold New England winters
that German virtue perseverance ; from its nearness to the sea, wholly unten- and the gayest of all gay cities during its
of the diamonds the wealth of the flowers and
we cheerfully accept it. It is the issue brilliant
but you must have noticed that Germans asa able against a naval attack, there may arise tourist season. It is just sub-
rule lack the recuperative power which i isa all combined, furnished a picture or marvel upon which we shall go to the people in the circumstances that would give it great mili- tropical enough to be delightfully warm and

OtIS attractiveness. The wealth of the deco Presidential campaign of 1884, and upon tary value. Moreover it could not be sold bright in winter, without being too equa-
distinctively American characteristic. Youtake for anything near its intrinsic value. The torial for broad and over-arching avenues of
rations of Metropolitan harmonized well which we expect to win. But if the
a native, no matter what knocks he protec- cost of maintenance is small, but recognizing oaks, which give delicious shade and cool
with the scene below. The Opera House is. tion Democrats shall choose to unite with the for ness even during the fiercest mid-day heat.
may receive, how often he may fail, he never necessity a navy yard on that Gulf
gives He have been thrown fromthe far superior for entertainments of this kind the Republicans, it will not be possible for that is deft nsible against attack, they recom- Indeed, Lady Hardy has well-nigh converted -
up. may
to the old Academy of Music, with its: us to pass a bill even through the House!" mend the appointment of a commission to us to Jacksonville, which seems to
topmost pinnacle of success. The mo select a site within the lines of defense of combine American comfort, cleanliness, and
ment he recovers his breath and gets over dirty white and faded gold decorations. This programme, it is thought, will be op- Pensacola Bay, or some other locality.KEY luxury in an unwonted degree with Southern #

the dazed feeling his fall has given him, he New Year's day passed off very quietly, posed by the high-tariff Democrats under WEST NAVAL STATION-ADVANTAGES.It brightness and sunshine. Fancy clean
for the weather was so miserably wet, foggJ the leadership of Mr. Randall, and a serious is the key to the commerce of the Gulf and sanitary: Algiers, with good hotels, and
sets to work to climb Now the
up again. of :Mexico and much of the West Indies approached direct by rail in a straight line
and that
of in the
slushy, a majority men preferred split in is
party Congress prediCted.The .
German is different. He sticks to his work trade. It is on the highway of the great from London or Paris The very idea i K;
to stay, at home, or at least limit the punt first day of the'yi'r was celebrated in almost
like grim death, but once he slips and rolls I streams of commerce which pour throughthe enough to make one fly incontinently
down hill he loses heart. For this reason I ber of their calls to the smallest possible the usual way in Washington at the White Florida channels, and its possession is across the severing millpond. Even more

amount. But in the evening there was! House, at the residences of cabinet officers, consequently, of inestimable value during attractive (in print at least) is Fernandina
believe that Villard's days as a financial I any maritime war in which the United an ancient Spanish town, which boasts at
magnate, even were his health perfect, are, more drunkenness than I have seen for] at the homes of the wealthy, the well to-do, States should be engaged. Key West and any rate a more romantic name than its

over." many years. Passing through the streets and the hard-up. The rain came down incessantly I the Tortugas, held by our naval forces, would flourishing modern rival. Fernandina dates

And rule occupied by what social reformers call the but the New Year caller in car- insure the safety of trade ; in possession of back as far as 1632-a hoary antiquity for
yet as a men oncethey
newspaper the enemy, its destruction would be as cer- an American city; and though now completely -
masses, nine men out of ten had drank not riage or on foot plied his vocation. The
leave the treadmill of daily journalismfor and till all is "
tain. The holding of Key West as a naval swept garnered fresh.
other avocations generally are successful. too wisely but too well. Perhaps it was spectacle at the White House, when the station is a military necessity, and not a new and bright." it yet retains an appear-

The "all-around" school of life through done to maintain the equilibrium, destroyed east room was filled with the diplomaticcorps question for discussion. The harbor is ex- ance of quaint, old-world, dignified repos snot
by the wet outside. in their resplendent regalia and cellent and reached by the main ship chan- always to be found even in the com-
which they have to pass, the contact with nel, having a depth at mean low water of fortable towns of the old slave States. The '
people of the most divergent characters, dis- Freddie Gebhard and Lillie Langtry are army and navy officers, in their uniforms twenty-eight and a half feet ; by the south- hotels, too, are good, or even palatial ; and

positions, occupations and aspirations, rubs I not out, as is generally supposed. She ran heavy with epaulettes, sashes and gold lace, west channel there are thirty feet at mean there are exquisite sea drives over a hard

off the angularities of character which down to New York last week for a day, and was one of unusual splendor.It low water, and ships may anchor in water of and white sand beach as smooth and level
per that depth. The mean rise and fall of the as a ball-room floor. St. Augustine; a still
was out sleighing with her cavalier for is known
an by every one who has the *
,? sons of less cosmopolitan training never tide at Fort Taylor is one and a fourth feet. older settlement, claims, as our Yankee
entire afternoon. Strange to say, such flash least familiarity with history and our rela- friends fond of be
lose. Mr. Villard went through a dozen No dredging necessary ; it is easy of access are putting it. to the oldest

years of newspaper life, and, although he papers as the World, the Morning Journal, etc.., tions with other countries that modern diplomacy difficult, from having several channels, to European town on the mainland America,
have read the of did not get hold of the fact. Happy Fred- is a farce and an anachronism. The blockade, and the small site occupied by the and here the native Spanish Floridans still
may never primer police die Government is not likely to be needed for have things all their own, way, only the
courts and station-house work, he has in the; roles of the Metternichs and Chesterfields ofa mercantile purposes. Conveniences for hotels being modern and American, in the

higher walks of the profession seen a great past age have been superseded, even in hauling up and keeping in readiness for ser- midst of white coquina walls, quaint

deal and met a great many people from DEATH OF MRS. DAVIDSON. Europe, by steam, electricity and inter- vice of one or two small monitors can be peninsular houses with hanging balconies
The Quincy Herald of the 8th announces national But prepared here at a small expense, and thereis small and closely-curtained Spanish windows
whom he learned much. Some of the most; the death of the estimable wife of Hon. R progress. there remains a lot of land lying between the two sec- and cloistered gardens blooming with
successful men in town graduated from the semblance of excuse for. diplomatical rela- tions of the navy property admirably adaptedto magnolia, orange, lemon and oleander.
newspaper office. Wall street is full of H. M. Davidson as follows : tions between contiguous European powers, I this which can be bought fora reasonable There is an ancient city gate, too, whose tall
Sorrowfully closed the old year in our f it is show the sum. ornamental towers are"the only relics of the
them in mercantile walks the is impossible to slightest use on
; profession I community, and now the new year opens As to the disadvantages: By the south- ancient ramparts over which, within the
well represented, and in other professionsthe I in the death of Mrs. Lelia our part for such relations. The gorgeous west channel a squadron of the heaviest of memory of still living inhabitants, the Indians -
scribes are also not scarce. The Rev. sadly Davidson, ministers, charge d'affairs and attaches iron-clads, drawing as much as twentysevenfeet oh the war trail have swarmed to attack -
the wife of Col. R. H. M. Davidson, which the town in before the annexationof
] days
who called within of the
Dr. Brooks, an earnest, learned and eloquent on the President on the first day can approach easy range
occurred on lastThursdaY' about one o'clocka of station, say two and one-half miles, and des- Florida to the States. Whoever wants!: t?
divine, twenty was city editor of January performed their sole diplomatic learn of these and
years ago a. m., after a protracted illness.It troy it. The defense of the place by perma- more delightful interesting
metropolitan afternoon paper, and had on duty. They can now rest until the 1st of nent works has been practically abandoned. places, or of the exquisite inland lakes and
has been the will of the Great
his staff at the time ex-Governor McCormack Authorof January, 1885. They are very picturesque, There is great scarcity of portable water and rivers of this beautiful tropical district, can
human existence to take from the not do better than turn to Lady Dufl'uHardy's -*
away and the island is occasionally visited by yellow
who was at the head of the American we would have, perhaps, no right to
earth, and reverently must it be respected, fever. At present it is cut off from all communication own amusing pages, and he will not
commission at the last World's Fair, as wellas whose life beautiful in its Christian complain that they are here were it not for with the main land except by regret the time he spends upon a very instructive -
one was
Augustin Daly, the well-known theatrical the reminder that we maintain, at an immense boat. The products of the soil do not sub- and interesting \'olume.-Fall Malt
manager. Ex-Postmaster-General James character, and, as a wife, as a mother, as a expense, a legation at every foreign sist the inhabitants : skilled workmen and Gazette, October 20,18S3.RAILROAD .
I sympathizer in trouble finishedas materials of all kinds for and out-
also every was court that is represented in repairing
started in Washington.This
life as a man andI
newspaper ,
a faultless picture, in the accomplishmentof fitting ships must be imported. COMMISSIONS.
could enumerate dozens of others who the object of its creation. In her dying Government pays millions annually to Your Commissioners do not recommendthe
We have before the annual
took their support so-called diplomatic establishments sale of this station, believing that in us rnessagts
preliminary canter for the race of moments the hope of the Christian was of Governors Knott and Cleveland to the
life within the broad confines of active jour most beautifully and emphatically illus- abroad that are as utterly useless as are the maritime war Key West must be retainedin Legislatures of the States of Kentucky and
our possession at whatever cost, when the
nalism. Uncle Rufus Hatch and trated. Gently, sweetly, as life had been, bedigted dudes called diplomats in Wash New York. As pertinent to a discussion
a coupleof she bade farewell to those who loved her facilities of the station would be of great un
other ington. All international negotiations are now pending in Georgia, we make some extracts -
Wall street fast importance.
magnates are now and whom she loved, expressing the most bearing the railroad commissions
inducting Into the money market young affectionate interest in their future conductin now transacted by wire and steam, and the of those States.In upon.

newspaper men. They come in as secre- this world, and trusting to meet them American citizen who takes a paper may JACKSONVILLE SHIPPING. the following paragraph is embraced

taries, and in a few years enter the bull ringof around may be the, and throne there of must God be in eternity.separation There, and read what were once state and court secrets, Last month twenty-six: sailing and seven all that Governor Knott has to say upon the

the Stock and he may feel assured that he gets his information steam vessels from domestic and three sail- subject, to-wit :
this life ended it
Exchange on their own ac- as been, one of Chris- I I am glad to find, also, that the commi--
count. It is the fashion now among the tian faith, hope and love. from the same source from which ing vessels from foreign ports entered at this sioners urge a commendable prudence in
The death of Mrs. Davidson is mournedas the modern his. against twenty-nine sailing and one
leading financial houses to issue circulars for diplomat gets port, legislating in regulation of railroads. They
the a public loss in our community, and its steam vessel from domestic and four sailing are among the grandest social and political
benefit of their patrons, showing the most heartfelt sympathies are felt for her FLORIDA NAVY YARDS. vessels from foreign ports for the same monthin forces of the age. They are indispensable
state of the country and the prospects of the grief-stricken family. 1882. During the same month seventeen the proper development of the vast and
money market. Now, to get them in the WASHINGTON, December 30.The report of sailing and seven steam vessels for domestic. varied resources of our State, and nothing
up Commission
Senator Call has introduced a large num- on Navy Yards, which was and one sailing vessel for foreign ports should be doneto
telling, practical and concise given to the contains the following unnecessarily or wantonly
shape requires public to-day,
ber of bills for improvement of rivers and cleared from this port, against thirty sailing impede their construction. Yet equal if
considerable skill with the pen, and who harbors, which have been referred to the Southern recommendations States in regard to yardsin vessels for domestic and seven sailing ves- not greater, care should be taken that, in our
can be :
more ready at such work than a man sels for the same month in 1882. efforts for the encouragement of such enterprise -
to Committee on Commerce. Such bills are PENSACOLA NAVY YARDADVANTAGES.A The monthly entrances and clearances for
whom the pen has become familiar we do not sacrifice the interests; of tie
instrument as an never acted on, but serve to call attentionof magnificent sheet of water forms at Pen- the years 1882 and 1833 were as follows : people, nor detract from the sovereign power
as the foil in
the hands of a the committee to the subject. sacola a fine road-stead and water communi- Entered. Cleared. of the State. The citizens and the corpoT.i-
fencing master of the old French school? cation is furnished by Escambia and Black- 1882. 1883. 1882. 1883 tion are equally entitled to justice. Their

We are at last to have a rational pawn The Floridian commenting on the Minor's water, Yellow river and Santa Rosa Sound, January.................... 46 23 47 27 rights are equally sacred in the eye of the-
brokerage system where with a possibility of future railroad and canal February..... ............ 37 14 48 24 law, and if we should be cautious not to
the will note notice of Col. C. P. able article
poor Cooper's, on connected to unite it with Perdido and March........... ...........50 28 44 22 jeopardize the creation or the business ot
little deliberately robbed of the value of the the inside passage.says : Col.,,Cooper thinks Mobile Bay, Alabama River and the rich coal April................. ......50 24 49 32 the one, we should be equally cautious not

things they wish to lay up till better that a hundred thousand dollars would be and iron districts of the neighboring State. May........... .............. 45 31 45 27 to jeopardize the rights or the interests of

days make their advent. Rev. Dr. ;Heber ample to open the inland passage for the All these combine to make this site more advantageous June...... ......... ......... 21 25 33 22 the other."
ewton, )Ir. Pellew in many respects than that of July........... ............. 23 19 27 20 Governor Knott is a wise and conservativeman
of and a few other gentlemen navigation of large vessels, and is hopeful any other yard. The climate is mild and August..... ..............." 22 17 20 20 of large experience, and his utterance*
hard sensible and practical charity, are that Congress will appropriate the amount. generally healthy. The character of soil is September..*... ...........26 28 20 19 about cover the best sentiment upon this .

at work organizing a system, or rather Thus by the evasion rather than the solutionof favorable for building and the materials for October .................... 24 31 27 27 subject. That the railroad commission of

an establishment after the manner of the the difficult problem of the St. Johns bar repairing ships, which enter so largely into November.................31 32 26 17 Kentucky should suggest to the Legislatureof
!famous Mont de wooden ship building, are to be found in the December.................. 34 33 30 25 that State a commendable prudence" in
institution Piete in Paris, and a similar. the commerce ofjJacksonville may secure unobstructed surrounding country in abundance, of an -- legislation affecting railroads is a healthy .

in Boston. Pawnbrokers do not passage to and from the ocean." excellent quality, and unlimited supplies of Total..................... 409 305 417 291 and encouraging sign.-Savannah ZS errs.

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i .. 18SS-1884. "By George!1" he soliloquizes, as he lights "Don't let ; I His dishonorable conduct towards an-1 , ..
"1 a cigar during his midnight walk to his club. plans. Or woman. Forgive me, Nina- l ,,', $'If': :

Let us drink to the year that is dying fast, How savage she can look when she pleases.Yet an oar in I would sooner bite my tongue out : :

Though his days were weary and long; I don't know but that I admire her all Ellis' face say it-but he is playing a double part I :' ..: ; :, ,
for the that has at last the shows off those her hands this to for fortune ,"
Let us sing year come more-a flare-up mad ; making up you your .
Let us welcome him in with a song nificent eyes, and the very fact of jealousy "Capital his heart-what heart he'has to give- I "-; ;

".' Let us speed with a song the sad old year betrays an interest in my movements. Still, hard work to Miss Elliot. I saw him by her ,, -
With the trouble he brought in his train ; the widow is decidedly) pretty, and I have So last night I watched the looks and ,, ,"'' ..v-'" .

Let us greet with a toast the one that is been down on my luck lately and, sadly but at the that passed between them, and I speak I ., '

near; need a windfall. And I really believe she favorite solemn truth when I say that I believe

We had hoped: Let us hope again is'fond of me dear little soul. to remain has won that poor girl's affections, and .,, ,
And Sir Robert's reflections not leading Ellis in sober earnest, he cares for her. And : '
The snow that glistens on briar and thorn him to satisfactory conclusion the next smoothly that I have had and .
sheet o'er the lies any my say brought a '" ;. '
Like landscape
a afternoon finds him at Waterloo, taking a out into the over one face I have always connected
Like clothes for the
swaddling year return ticket to Twickenham.Five scores of heaven's sunshine, I will go my way, ,
born, minutes' walk from the latter station freight and that time softens I I
shroud for the that dies asking as your anger, f
; a wail year the; leaf- brings him to a charming little villa, with in some will try to think a little kindly me.

, And the night-winds through green lawn sloping down to the river, while "This has is your landing place." <.
less tree ':
the from beneath a weeping ash, a dainty little murs Ellis, he pulls the boat into a tiny creek, "

Sounds And the blazing funeral yule-logs'anthem of roar Eighty-three, figure, emerging from the depth of a chaise words are resting on his oars, waits for her to '
longue comes with hand extended to meet ashore and ,
And a prelude for Eighty-four. 'My give him his final gesture "
him. cause _II"Because But Nina does not move. Her "

Familiar faces make way for the strange, In her cool white summer draperies, and is bent down, and so overshadowed by .. .

And the old gives place to the new, with the flickering sunbeams lighting up boy," hat.that he cannot read the expresson of I

But faith in the future is firm through her great childish blue eyes and waves of some four faintly flushed face. :

change, pale gold hair. Mrs. Fairfax is as pleasant an to; play at seems ages to him before the silence is ,

As dreams of the past are true. object on a blazing July day as any man's your fit of ; At last-" Did you always think !

Then a toast for the year that is coming fast, eye could wish to rest upon. dine with a dreadful flirt?'"

May his days be merry and long! So Robert Ellis thinks, as with a sigh and With us is startled and taken unawares by the

And a dirge for the year that has gone at murmur of satisfaction he sinks into a seat fellow too?'' tone. Fain would he answer a

last ; by her side, takes off his hat, and helps him- Certainly negative, but memories of the old .

We will speed him home with a song. self, uninvited, from the fragrant pile of oldest again rise before his mind-visions of .'

i I strawberries in the basket near at hand. years. We sweet little playmate) grown' suddenly

" y Frightfully hot in town, is it not?" asks one an exacting, vain piece of womanhood

CONTRASTS. I his hostess sympathetically. here, "Then )' poor Jack's alternate rapture and des

: Queenie and I have been able to do nothing them: better in the days of his brief, ill-considered
i,; "Is that Miss Elliot? I have noticed
but lounge about in the shadeand eat straw- in a spiteful -and truth, the guiding star of
} young Sir Robert Ellis by her side more than berries. Where is the child the ?"
by bye awfully Grahame's nature, compels him to
; half the evening-but, if I may judge from
A tiny counterpart of herself giving remembered :
the lady's expression, his attentions are not promise of even greater beauty, here comes I t am afraid I don't think you could help it-some

otherwise than acceptable. up and presents a little hand to Ellis; but Surbiton, so are formed to be the torment of every Florida Lands.
handsome isn't she?
Splendidly girl, when he to kiss her she shakes
attempts Steer more ; who comes near them-it was your na
Alice Hargreaves, the new beauty" is not a her yellow curls over her head and struggles running us to be sweet and loveable."

patch.& upon her, in my opinion. away. What! now I am grown older and harder-
those who ad-
Handsome enough-for \Vhy, Queenie, what. have I done?" he again that care only I for admiration, so that I could

mire that t'le-great Eastern eyes and asks, half offended yet too languid to go in Ellis grinds to pick upa heart that belongs of right

Juno-like figure.softer and For my own feminine part, I prefer I. pursuit of the baby coquette. sees, that a another woman. Oh, Leslie! you thought The Peninsular l- _-
something more The mother's silvery laugh rings out mer- face behind !"
"So, apparently, did young Sir Robert When heaven I did "
By cries
you injustice,
He in the rily."You
yesterday morning. was sitting forgot to take away the rose she scarcely Colonel, in a burst of self-reproach. I ANDITropical

park, under Mrs. Fairfax's parasol, for over gave you when you were last here. Never springs been insulting you all this time, and
an hour and a half. How a proud girl like mind Queenie, must forgive him now." have borne it like
you ) an angel, just as you
stand such
Blanche Elliot can '' open rivalry "And won't you bring me another iu,token I may in the old days, when I was a big un- =--[ Florida

passes my comprehension. of pardon ?" as the-rosebud mouth meets his If you )' boy, and tyrannized over you like
Mrs. Fairfax? The widow of Jack Fair- "
half reluctantly. notice ruffian I was.
; "
fax of the artillery? Queenie hesitates, but is finally conquered for the day. I liked you through it all." This is
Even so-Nina Forrester that was. You by that: winning voice and smile, and goes face falls-" very softly. RAILROAD WANES)

must remember her, Grahame, a pretty little off in quest of the desired gift. this week." Nina," do not drive me mad. You
fair-haired thing, who looks as if a puff of .
And now, monsieur, says the little The do it-you always could-I went away
wind would blow her away. She is woman, leaning back on her cushions and tained sun ago because I knew you cared for ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE
awfully well off; Jack took care of that, poor surveying her visitor through the large innocent and his face ."

old chap. And really, she looks hardly blue eyes, U* how has the world been he steps into did T' COUNTIES OF

more than a child still, though she has a treating you since we last met? Come, givean himself of I not right? You never would have

little" girl as pretty as herself, over five years account of yourself.: Where were you ous strokes me-the grave stern Scotchman, fif-

old. last night?" the widow's senior.in to that
years your preference ALAOHU
"And" she is flirting with young Ellis, you "Dined at the St. Elmer. Stupid affair upon the sunny-hearted lad. And now, don't :,

say? and intolerably hot, and no one worth claims in dear, that I have come back to harass
She's the little flirt in
Flirting! veriest speaking to." When- I 1 would not have seen you to-day but PUTN AM"JRION
Twickenham is :
Her villa at
England. a. "Miss: Elliot was not there?" This in a "In I I could not bear to leave you unwarned
paradise for that kind of amusement. Sloping careless little tone of inquiry. afraid. My the gossip afloat. But now that you

lawn down to the river-boat always "No. I took in one of the girls of the clumsy, but your woman's wit and own brave ,

ready--strawberries and cream-and a pretty house, who had not two words to say for home in heart will prove your best defense.
little hostess, sa charmed to see you if you "
herself. Oh I Nina. Say once that forgive
) you
down for breath of fresh air hot STTMITIEIR ANDHERNANDO
on a
run a And so left the field open for your elo- does it not as you used to so often long ago.
afternoon. She has been up in town this quence? Come, Robert, don't be cross. Take not know !"

week, staying with her brother, but was to some more strawberries. I want you to I stay-could is well that the drooping branches of a

go home yesterday"During amuse me, now you are here. Where did With willow have made a little secluded ,
this last Cu!. Graharne's at-
speech go afterward?" No I of the well that
been bestowed you no ; landing place; too
tention Miss has apparently Elliot and the chiefly countenance of "To a couple of stupid crushes-really a give that gardener,coming down to moor the boat, AT PRICES FROM
upon barbarous institution in this weather. Lady shall get a not arrive a minute sooner or his aston-
the man who is so assiduously bending over Hetherington's rooms were tolerably cool, A silence eyes might have seen what Queenie

her.It however." _. busy with mysteriously reports : My
face-a face 1"U
is good-looking
which a very of Sir Robert Ellis doh loving "And you enjoyed yourself mere-c it is Mrs. Fairfax crying, and Col. Grahame comfort- $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All .
one hardly like you to honor an evening rout face it is so her, as mammie does me when I tumble
friends has sometimes likened to Gordon
a when there is no dancing-unless some der : holding her head on his shoulder and
setter, with dark lustrous eyes and a delicate attraction "
special tempted you. "I was her hair.
profile-and if there are weak lines marringthe And how could that be when you were thoughts,' For Leslie Grahame's long repressed tale these lands are in the central
mouth and chin concealed by
they are
at Twickenham love has been spoken at last, and the little
the black, silky mustache and beard which "Well meant, my friend, but hardly so to be fellow of early days-the prize which peninsular portion of the State, and

cover both. He is popular man, especiallywith gracefully expressed as I should have expected generous gave up in bitter self-denial to his boy-
learn call him I
women, who easily to within fifteen miles of Railroads in
from you. Queenie, darling, run in I A long : -has whispered to him the "Yes,"
the rather free-
and smile
Robert, over and ask why they don't bring tea." the side of had he been more far-sighted, might
which have charmof successful
und-easy compliments, a Here it comes-and-confound it! an- hand in the \'c been spoken long ago and have spared operation, traversing a territory -
their when uttered in that low
own other visitor. Why cannot that butler of "Take ; years: of self-inflicted exile.-Chambers1
which is
musical murmur. In fact, a drawing-room yours learn discretion ?" will lose being more rapidly

pet of the nineteenth century, such as one "Because I prefer to exercise my own," replies "I have __ ___ ___ u ___._ settled and than other
meets with here and there in the course of i Mrs. Fairfax. She takes LEAP rEAl developed any !

e.eTscason.Of a very different. type is Leslie Grahame And the little figure is drawn up, and the water, and According to tradition on one year out of part of the State.
baby face takes an expression for a moment band-
four the which the
in the has year on of
the who standing doorway
man ,
which warns Ellis he has too far. The of the soil and
the careless remarks of gone years ago. has two.ity-nine; instead of twenty- fertility acct;':;':!i-
been listening to a "
I Who would have thought, he murmurs jack's own days, it is the privilege of the fair
Of Scottish descent sex
gossiping and with the acquaintance.rugged cast of features commonto show into his such beard claws, "that?" the pussy cat could Leslie reverse the usual order of things, and to bility to the largest and best market;:
that nation, he might, except for his com partners for life instead of being
Meanwhile :Mrs.: Fairfax has risen and words he This is called make these lands particularly desirable -
manding height, pass unnoticed in the crowd year Leap Year for
moved forward to receive her new guest. It is a
assembled at Lady Hethcrington's At reason, we are informed, that on every
for the l
The servant mumhles a name which she does I was with cultivation of fruits awl
Aldershot year a day is leaped over. Common
Home. But, probably on an
would out the not catch and she lifts her pretty, appealingeyes ring, and a advance a single day : if the 1st of
field pick
day, a spectator } in some perplexity to the stranger'sface. India and early vegetables for shipment. For
cavalry officer who sits on his horse so gal- is Monday, next year will be Tues-

,, lastly (though three fingers of his bridle- Something. she reads in that grave, bronzed did nor,"not he for but if leap year it. will be Wednesday large and immediate profits there i>-
over Tuesday.This
hand are gone and he is fain to wind the
charger's reins round his wrist), as an objectof countenance time brings back old memories, when is the scientific explanation, but the no industry in Florida equal to the
curiosity.For recalling a long passed away, before he says, may also have been given for the

do not other medals, besides those so impetuous poor Jack Fairfax tale of won lo"e-hefore her with she his had hasty, the boy :: that on leap yearsome of the fair sex raising of early vegetables for Nortl-

lately won in Egypt, decorate his breast; as forgetting or jump, at the chance given them.
it from "
were,leaped suddenly childhood into widow
.so is advanced with diffi- ern
and is there not some tale: of heroism and opinion some
excitement of
danger, unparalleled in modern annals, theglIreand. a spoiled beauty'slife. erous" and hesitation, the editorial staff of

connected with the cross earned at Ulundi ? Nor is the dream dispelled when the visitor he All influential journal being decidedly ig- For new and descriptive circular,
in t U such matters.
Blanche Elliot, keen-witted in reading, regard
speaks, unconsciously: softening his address
deep to
countenances, has singled him out this me The reason that the privilege referred to,
tones with the gentleness he would have
evening, and appeals to Ellis with a half used in addressing child. privilege, is given ladies on leap year is CHAS. W. LEWIS,
a to face life !
conscious laugh. as February gains a day, it is the un-
You have forgotten :Mrs. Fairfaix ?
me. "You
"Pray, who is that stern-looking man I do not wonder-.it is years since we met- his tone ( lady's right to gain a husband if Land Commissioner,
leaning against the door? lIe appears to and -, wishes one.
take an interest in me-this is the second "Darling It is: true that the Code of Alabama and Fernandina, Fla.,

time have caught him gazing this way." son No face, no and, she a joyous suddenly clap cried of, with her hands.crim- sult-to sometimes United States Statutes are sadly deficient Or Ocala, Florida. 38

"Is that so remarkable? I should have You this matter. The Romans used to impose
thought the occurrence too frequent and are Capt. Grahame-my playfellow "And upon bachelors, but this would have
long ago. I remember quite well now Robert
natural to attract your attentionalthoughit you ; effect now, for most bachelors indisposed
but much has
so happened since those
is rather wonderful for Col. Grahame to He is matrimony might come to the conclusion I : r

: condescend to notice any one: His head is days blurted out as long as the fashions of this world.
"I know he
answers gently, wondering recall
'* .
it is better
usually in the clouds. so frequently to pay a "
whether the shadow in her blue is
; He looks out of place here-and feels it. eyes and he -to bear those evils that we have than
caused by Jack's memory, or-as he looks at assailed .. .
: See, he is 'sloping off as you say. GrahameI the handsome fellow to others that we know not of. What
young so evidently but is taken
remember the Victoria needed are laws making it offense
!. name-a cross a penal
home in this garden-by Jack's chosen suc- den burst
wearer, is he not? refuse a young lady on leap year. This
Just so. A great hero in his way, but cessor. Mrs. And then the two at
men glare one an- give me. I
in and the less criminal their
not a very amusing companion ordinarylife. bring to
other, after the fashion to
Englishmen have fallen ,
know him however. "
I only by sight,
when they meet for the first time and
Bat tell me once more, when and where am my : It must be confessed that the ladies hith- ,;" ', ;
uncertain "
are whether to be
?" on friendly But have not availed themselves ,
to .
I to see you again any ex- q
terms or fly at each other's throats. "
Miss Elliot is playing with her fan and thoughts? of the privilege that leap year gives. ,
f "Sir Robert Ellis-Captain-no it is "
I Could I t ;c'
contrives with it to hide the color that for a they prefer having the men make
Colonel now, surely? I Col.
thought so- .
moment overspreads her face at this ques- your names to them, as in other years, and consider "
Grahame. And while stiff bow is
a .
exchanged common
old bachelors
useful institutions. This ,
: '. 'i
she proceeds to out the '
tion.As tea.
she remains silent, he repeats it more pour some be so, but if they ever make up their ,, .'- ,
eagerly Ellis renews his attentions to Queenie, would not to assert their rights in this matter .5.. -

You know my hours-I always ride in but she, from some perverse instinct of coquetry was once journal will ever be found ready to ..' .

the evening during this hot weather-six to bestows all her favors upon the a rough them.-Mobile Register. r ,.-r. ,
eight. I shall probably do so to-morrow." Colonel, whose grave aspect would hardly days of long I H 6

To-morrow !" Ellis' handsome face betrays prove attractive to children in general. Yetit "Not fo I, .'" -. i".

evident disturbance. I am afraid I melts into a kindly smile as, lifting the only I Orange Lands for Sale [!' ," -. '

shall be out of town. Very provoking little one on his knee, he glances from her see me." Tracts containing twenty acres each of "':" :: '; '

old engagement: with a relation." face to that of her mother, older only by "It was high hammock land on Orange Lake, I --' '. .".",= .

Why\ stoop to prevarication. Sir Robert?" some eighteen years, and recalls: the days trusted me for ., ,_
orange growing and truck farm- 1 ". ; _
when Nina Forrester had me '
Blanche has risen now and her dark eyes are sat as confidinglyon poor .
flashing. You are your own master. See the knee of the shy young cornet. but think are now offered for sale. These lands to ,' ;

mamma is beckoning to me. Good night. "You will let me scull you up the river, about to very conveniently situated for transpor- ':'

You will find it cool and pleasant on the Mrs. Fairfax?" says Ellis, as he puts down whom" I by water or rail, and will be sold on .-

river to-morrow. his teacup. "I have not forgotten" (here You are to .,"1; :
purchasers. Titles
shot she is his voice took tually are unques .
And with this parting gone, a tenderinflexion) "our '
leaving Ellis looking decidedly foolish, and last expedition to Hampton Court. And pray, Also, valuable timber lands in ;" .

what is worse, unpleasantly conscious that Mrs. Fairfax looks doubtfully toward her Sir Robert bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS .'::;;,

,,' he is looking so. ether guest, who somewhat stiffly observes : can little bestow me- February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. ', ,' "



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I5we are tO have "n intfrestinSsuccession PAID OI?12.
of stirring events of which! everyone LEROY JONES, M.D.,
'It Is IndispensiKo Li lis J Inlarious clhiyite.Wecan't m\\ 3 is.
will wish to hear. Two military cam- WH LE ALB AND i
naifrna are at present in progress-that of El do without It. IS scrrcJ in f:on oaudisickness. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, ;r luilmJj,

Mabdi in the Soudan and of the French in !-Eev.J.C. Weaver, of Texas. .1

Tonquin-both of which are approachingthe Twenty years ot suScriss from Indigestion Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, I IFERNANDISA. O DRUGS anHORSEY MEDICINES

critical point. The next session of Par- and diseased Liver was relieved by a. packages O

liament is to be marked acordmg to the:announced of it.'-Rev.M.IL Cullum, Grapevine.Texas. FLA. .' o
of Mr. Parnel,1 by a bitter 'It has :
purpose more relieve wed cure me of .
struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel Sick Headache than all the other remedies I Calls answered promptly day or night,and M & CO.,
Scotch colleagues to con- Medicine furnished without extra M r
English and charge. I
their ever J.N.Leod.of No.Carolina. C
of home-rule. Office hoursa.. until 8 1 2
Ireland some measure m. ; p. m. to ---- --
I'edto Mr. Parnell promises to 'It proved a blessing to my family,!cheerfnl- and 7 to 8. 22 I ITerf
of this, ly

employ transaction III 1 default his parliamentary following to so business obstruct as the torender ly unbounded.testify to'Its-Her.merits.S.G.Shaw' Its popularity,Batesville.here Ark.is DR. W. E. SXYDER, A. B. NOYESDE.LEP. =I PHARMACISTSCentre |:=

the of Irish members at St.Stephen's These are but samples from among the many C5CO
presence This thousands of unsolicited testimonials received \ B -,_. o IN- N
intolerable. programme insures ...:
during tho past few years. Ask your druggist y.a;:;; =' I Street
a succession of exciting scenes in Par- for the original M.A.8nIMo N s'LIVER:MEDICINE (ill / Z g
liament. The new reform bill, which Mr. ,made at St.Louis Mo. Take no other H ifTgtjPL. ._, t"1> o Family *
: Supplies
Gladstone proposes! to carry during the session B "-"-'- -"' -1.v. O6c.c_; 2 c FERNAXDIXAFLORIDAKEEP .

of 1831, will a! doubtless excite ) 'V"r;jt. .......2--....-. ... ",. ,-.... ___._. I
interest in the.t'mted! States, as well & : : M
general hand
,- HEAVY GROCERIES, constantly on a fine assort-
the British empire. Vastlymore -.' ;.::, :; ... PP
throughout .
as I I ti --.-. -' rw _- of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -
interesting to American readers will be Hfl I. ., ,.- :' -' -t"1 and DOMESTIC
the discussion to take place at Washingtonwithin : < ..
the next few months! over our own : Hay and Grain, r.n
reform bill. The Republican members of O Drugs and Chemicals
Cv ,
to tariff { BAUKNIGIIT
the present Congress are opposed ,

reform The Democrats it is said are AGENT, H j23 SHIP STORES- 8 Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines

divided the majority of them favoring, the ............................................................; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL z ,
it. Which will the =
minorit\' opposing get .
Upper hand? Will the higl--tariff Democrats CHRISTMAS : BUTCHER AND ANDDealer STOCK DEALER H Furniture, P Proprietary and Fancy Goods

with the Republicans to maintainthe .
cooperate present absurd law ? Or will the Democrats ............................................................ in Ice FINE TOILET ARTICLES
Stoves ,
act together, and send a reform tariff TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, _,, ,
which the Senate will de- [ oiV
bill to the Senate,
cline to 1 pass? Every step of the strugglein 1883 BROOM STREET WHARF, Paints, PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,

the Capitol at Washington will be watched 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. o Crockery,
with lively concern all over the country, y IN GREAT VARIETY.
and by the time Congress adjourns the public For the Holiday Season of 18S3-'S4, 00rn
mind will be ripe for the opening of a LOUIS A. C. LANGE, Hardware, ""'". -

Presidential campaign which, it is safe to <
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The of the KING'S BAZARON -:\ ,
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since rT" "'"'" carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
:Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the '
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211 of January, and the reassembling of the O N reasonable prices.

Baltimore City Council later in the same FERNANDINA FLORIDA. M .
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THE SUN GENERAL \ B. NOYES. ADAMS, N. Y., January 30, 1882.

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the most liberal that can be offered bya for the Girls price by the Proprietors Dr. B. J. KENDALL
; in a certain suit wherein Riley E. Rob-
First-Class Family Journal. Rocking Horses and Velocipedes, Express inson is plaintiff and Margaret 1:. Bristol ROOFING AND GUTTERING, Send &for CO.Illustrated, Enosburgh Circular.Falls, Vt.

Wagons Tool Chests etc. for the and V. R. Bristol, her husband, and the
Florida Town by Druggists.
The Improvement Company are
safest method of transmitting Games of all kinds
money in large variety and
; defendants, I have levied upon and will sell, A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea

: by mail is by check, draft or post-office things too numerous to mention. in front of the Court-House in the City of call, and compare my prices with those of obtained for new inventions

SSCall early and examine before the Fernandina on Monday, the 7th day of other houses, here or elsewhere. pATENTS or for improvements in old

money order. choicest articles are gone. January, A. D. 1884, the following described ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand
property, to-wit : Lots eleven, twelve, and THE CELEBRATED all patent business promptly attendedto.

No deviation from published terms. thirteen, in Block 150, described in a map of INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
the City of Fernandina, Nassau County, as REJECTED still in be
M-' s tt may most cases, pat-
in 1857.
Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers.SUN lithographed Terms cash for titles. I MONITOR OIL STOVES I ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
purchaser paying
IRON BUILDING, ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
Baltimore, Md. NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
'" Sheriff Nassau County. ents in less time than those who are remote

IT HAPPENED IN MICHIGAN. Fernandina, Fla., December 8.1883. FOR SALE BY Washington.When .

Inventors send model or sketch,
A week or two ago a traveling company Commissioner's Sale. FRED W. HOYT & CO. we make search in the Patent Office and
negroes were unable to secure hotel ac- VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE advise as to its patentability free of charge

order commodations in a :Michigan town, and, in BY County Court in and for the County of o. s. OAKESCONTRACTOR Correspondence confidential ; fees reason- .

were to escape a night in the streets, they Nassau, I will sell to the highest bidder, in able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
compelled to tide in a freight car too ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY front of the Court-House, in the County of IS OBTAINED. .
another city. There may have been a gibe Nassau. Florida,on the first Monday in January AND BUILDER, We refer by permission to the City Post

two hotel at the expense of the exclusive Michigan Fernandina, Fla. A. D. 1884, the following real estate, master, and to the Superintendent "of the

out :keeper, but the occurrence passed belonging to the estate of Andrew J. Brad- And Manufacturer of Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash

'neat of. mind almost without serious com- INSTITUTION, UNDER THE dock, deceased, situate and being in the ington. For special references, circular,service -
gays. I" any quarter. The Chicago Herald of the SISTEKS OF ST. JOSEPH, county of Nassau Florida: that is forty FLOORING CEILING MOLDINGS terms, etc., addressC.
ha PI' \Suppose either of these things had is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest acres of the Francis Wood grant, in town- A. SNOW & CO..

1.erred! ln Atlanta, or in Mobile, or in portions of Florida. ship 2 north, range 25 east, bounded as fol- FANCY SCROLL SAWING Opp.Patent Office. Washington, D.C. 2tPATENTS
character stone'hat! would have been the The building,which was erected especially lows : On the east by section 15, north by ,
of Northern editorials and Northern for a Boarding School, is large and airy. lands of Florida Railroad, and on the west
conversations on these subjects? Everybody The Course of Instruction is thorough and by main run of Summerlin's Branch, the BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS,

the knows"the would have been bitter in solid, comprising, both in English and line commencing at the Transit Railroad
been ea the treme. Not only bitter would have French, all the branches of a good educa- one-quarter of a mile from the southeast cor- NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS..

criticisn is against the Southernderfri tion. Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and ner of the grant; thence north 20 chains to IluNN & CO.,of the SCIENTIFIC Axznxc t..r. con-
but efforts would have been made to $40.50. Music Les- Unne to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats Trade
Bedding, per quarter, a stake ; thence west 80 chains to run of Canada
Marks Copyrights for the United
riOYhts of sf as vIolators of the constitutional sons, with use of Instrument, $12.00. of branch ; thence the run of branch south- STAIR and CHURCH WORK a SPECIALTY. England, France Germany etc. Hand States Book about
affair reemen. At the very time this Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy eat to the railroad; thence along the rail- Patents sent free.throng-MUNNy 'experience
was Patents obtained
, co happening in Michigan the railroad Work taught without additional charge. road to starting point. Elevations and Floor Plans, with esti- In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest CO.are best noticed,and I
the mISSIon of Alabama was ordering Payments required in advance. Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for titles.J. most widely circulated scientific paper. 13.20 a:year. I
, People railroad companies to give colored Schools will reopen October 1st. 1883. A. EDWARDS, mates, furnished at reasonable rates formation.Weekly. Splendid Specimen engravings of the and Scientific interesting Amer in
copy -
People equal accommodation; with white For further particulars, apply to the'Acad Commissioner. fliJ"*Orders by mail promptly attended to. lean sent free. Address MUNN&CO.. SCIENTIFIC

in the railroad cars.-Mobile Register. emy.: 42 Fernandina, Fla.., December 4, 1883. Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina,.Fla. 5 AMERICAN Office,2CI Broadway, New York.

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THE FLORIDA.MIRROR.1 tween Fernandina, on the northern part of TEH WEATHER REPORTS.The mercury will not by this morning fall as low ticket cannot be over-estimated and
the State, as low down as Ocala. Jacksonville dailies contain numer- as it did yesterday morning.-Sat'allnah responsibility rests the ho ordinary -

The first impression everywhere was that ous weather reports of interest, from whichwe News, January 7th.I11GII. convention. Unity of heart,upon unity of hand next

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12,1884. the fruit was.certainly injured and the young obtain the following data : and unity of purpose will insure the success
of the Democratic ticket.
trees but that no material injury had been Ocala LICENSE the partv be
(reported to the Times-Union by Jno.F. equal to the
THE GROWTH OF TO W2I'S. In to deal with the emergency, or it allow"the
sustained the older liquor traffic,
by trees. Dunn)-Trees sustained no injury. Ther Republicans a walk-over? The
It may be taken for granted that in all as well as with other evils, a very small former
The reports we publish elsewhere give the mometer 250.Gainestille amount of actual experience is worth a vast means a continuance of the progress made ;

populations spread over any region of coun- opinions Jparties: at various points and (Bee of January 8thColdestever ) deal of theorizing ; and for this reason an D.under Bloxham-the the admirable latter administration of W I

try there will always be a certain numberof are,on the whole,very encouraging,althoughit known ; thermometer down to 19. experiment that is now being tried in the those abuses which characterized means a the renewal of
towns. Before the day of railroads interior city of Plainfield, New Jersey, is of rather carpet-
is too to with bag Take
probably soon say much Nurseries injured. than interest regime. your choice, gentlemen_
more ordinary at this time. A
towns seemed to grow up accidentally Key West Democrat.IMMIGRATION.
certainty what injury the fruit has sustained.In Astor
Orange County-A gentleman reported few months ago the people of that pretty
around a stage tavern or blacksmith shop ; the northern portion of East Florida the to the Florida Herald that he failed to find I place: disgusted with the multiplication of

other towns grew up at seaports or on the trees will generally, it is supposed, shed any fruit not frozen. liquor saloons and the consequent increaseof TO TIlE SOUTH.
banks of rivers. Cities with any very con- temptations offered to drinkers and their The
their leaves. It is very likely also that Cedar Key-Thermometer 25. immigration to this country during
friends determined
to see what effect high
siderable amount of population were usually many young buds which were tender were Federal Point (on the St. Johns river above license would have in restricting the traffic the past year has been between 300,000 and

the outgrowth of seaports and of commerce, killed. The degree of cold was about the Tocoi)-Fruit not injured. Temperature 28. and in compelling it to repay some of the I 400,000. Of these but 7,707 went to the
large cities rarely being found in the in- expenses it inflicts upon' the public An Southern States
same as that experienced on the 28th of Points on the Florida Southern Palatkato or- i and of this number one-
terior. Occasionally a railroad junction of dinance was accordingly passed fixing the ,
December went to Texas.
1880 and
did very little Gainesville, report to the Herald by. tele- license for saloons at$500 each, and for hotelsat
several lines will build
up a place which has injury. graph, January 9th : $300 each ; and under the pressure of This is a bad showing for the South, and

no local advantages like Atlanta, which has The experience of December 28th, 18SO, I'lterlaclLenNo damage.llaite's public opinion the ordinance has been the reason may be found, to a great extent,

not one point of growth outside of the rail- and of January 6th 1884 to show strictly enforced. in the fact that but little effort has been
roads. Crossing, Hawthorne-Young trees The results are so satisfactory that all made to attract immigrants to this section.
In'New that the orange tree is not likely to be injured and rank growth injured ; fruit badly dam- opposition to the measure has ceased, and The Northwest on the contrary, has been
England manufactures have built by a temperature of 20 Fahrenheit if aged. some of the people are now in favor of still unintermitting in its etlurts, and the tide of

up several important towns and Newark, the cold comes in December or January.The McMeekin No higher charges. According to the New York immigration continues to flow in that direc
N. J, has a population of over one hundred oranges hurt ; small trees Tribune, the number of dealers has been tion.
thousand sap at this season is usually in the injured. greatly reduced, but those in the business It is but a poor spirit of economy that

principally supported by manufactures. ground, and the trees are hardened by pre- Gruette Fruit injured; trees not hurt. make more money and consequently are hesitates to incur expense to encourage and
vious cold satisfied. The saloons that the license attract
s weather. Evinston-Slight damage to fruit and trees. pay immigration. As population and
Occasionally a town is. improvised by Two things are quite noticeable in I and keep open are also more decent and or- industrial pursuits increase, the revenues of
powerful capitalists as Birmingham, Ala. con- Gainesville-Young and budded trees are derly than under the old regime and it is a State increase, and any money spent in
Pullman 111. and ; nection with this freeze. First, that the injured considerably. found that licensed dealers discourage informing foreigners in regard to its climate,

Roauoake Va. difference of temperature is very little be- Ocala-Frost did slight damage to the old drunkenness because it. interferes with their soil, resources, etc., will be repaid with in
Whenever a new line of railway is built tween the 30th and 28th degrees of latitude. trees. patronage and brings them under the sur- terest.-Mobile Register.
orange Young trees will shed their
new towns spring up along its line at the \ veillance of the police.
j Second, that the cold seems to have struck leaves but
not killed.A .
various stations. Each station is ambitiousof Florida the The city treasury, moreover, derives a Traveler's Guide.
west like
becoming on a broadside, and letter from Sumter county to the Herald handsome revenue from a traffic which, in
a city, town lots are laid out
and that our severe cold weather usually comes states that the orange trees have been all the present state of public opinion, cannot TRANSIT & PENINSULAR: RAILROAD.

an embryo city delineated on paper. It from the Northwest.A divested of their foliage during the really be surpressed. Says the Tribune : "A Day passenger train leaves-

is not always easy to tell what will be the private letter from a gentlemen on the present similar tax, if paid by all the retail liquor- For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and

fate of these towns. Denver, Kansas City, northern shore of Orange Lake the cold.A sellers in that State (New Jersey), would all points on Transit Road....... 6.15 a. ni.
says Herald met from St. yield enough to than the
Omaha etc., in the West have made fortunes reporter parties pay more entire Savannah and all 1 points North

for their thermometer was at 220, but that no injury Augustine, who report all the fruit more or expenses of the State Government. In New and West................................ 6.15 a. m.
projectors.At I was perceptible. This would seem to show less injured in that section. Also gentle- York, if all the people now in the business (connecting at Callahan.)
the South there are few large towns or I that the same degree of temperature affects should pay the same license fee that is paid For Tallahassee, Pensacola, and all
tleman from Enterprise, 200 miles south of without murmur in Plainfield the
cities the revenue the Florida
; population is agricultural, and a points on Central &
population cannot be in town localities in a different manner.In Jacksonville, who reports very cold weatherat would about equal the entire revenue of Western Railroad................ ... 6.15a.m.
supported a the case referred to there was water that State and county governments throughout
protection place, but does not think fruit on (connecting at Baldwin.)
without a well-settled back country. the State or would pay the entire chargesof
I on the northwest and a dense ham-
trees train arrives-
damaged. passenger
In order all the public schools and about$2,000,000over.
to induce ,
people to locate in a
.I mock growth on all sides. Passengers on the steamer Greenwich from .'* As a matter of fact, the number of From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
town they must see a means of living, We conclude that all points on the Transit Road... 3.37 m.
the test afforded by this Daytona section, report ice and extreme saloons in New York State would be greatly p.
present or near at hand. In most of our freeze is favorable to the reduced by such a license tax, but of From Savannah and all points in
ing towns there is a considerable orange-growing :I II cold in that section; Gen. H. S. Sanford those left could afford to pay still more many, and the North and West................ 3.37 p. m.
tion of the por- interest and shows that the trees will stand thinks that the cold spell preceding this our view is that the tax should be as heavyas From Tallahassee:; Pensacola. and.
population who are living on I any amount of cold which is likely to occur. drove down the in the trees and for the traffic will bear. all points on the Florida Central
their capital instead of any income derived sap & Western Railroad................ 3.37p.m.
that reason the present cold will not We know very well what some of our
from the town. They are waiting for business Night passenger train leaves-
TIlE friends
TIMES-USIOX. temperance would to this.
seriously l affect them. This is sensible say They
; very i For Cedar Wildwood and
Key, all
to and real do the ,
grow, estate to advance, Our not want revenue derived from the
enterprising cotemporary, the Times- view. traffic do points on the Transit Road....... 7.00p.m.
they not want the business made
new railroad connections to be made, or Union defines its ; For Savannah
position in the New Year's more profitable to a few they do not want and all points North
something in the future. salutatory as follows : saloons made ; and West................................ 7.00p.m.
Fruit Near Home. more respectable ; they want
When a town has enough tradesmen, In national affairs it will advocate the I the traffic abolished,not regulated. If these (connecting at Callahan.)
:Mr.: T. J. Peterson sends us from Brandy For Tallahassee, Pensacola] and all
mechanics and professional men to supplythe nomination and election of a pure and high- wishes were capable of being fulfilled, we ,
minded Democratic statesman upon a platform Branch, a station on the Transit Railroad should be in favor of the same thing but, points on the Florida Central &
wants of a radius of population extend- which shall declare plainly and unequivocally this side of Baldwin, a box containing oranges as we are obliged to say uverand again; Western Railroad.................... 7.00 1. m.
ing half way to the next town, it must get in favor of the revision of the and grape-fruit taken from the trees the sale and consumption of liquors cannotbe (connecting at Baldwin.)

:, up employment in some form to create a tariff on the basis of the revenue actually surpressed by law as long as the habits of Night passenger train arrives-
trade outside, or it will have no basis of needed by the Government when economically since the freeze. The oranges are sweet and the people tolerate drinking. And this be- From Cedar Key, Wildwood 1. and
administered. It will oppose the juicy, and do not differ in taste or appear- ing so, our view is that a traffic which cannot all points on the Transit Road... 9.50 a. m
growth. :Mere: boom will not hold out. monstrous proposition to place whiskey and ance from late fruit left on the trees. The be prevented had better be conducted as From Savannah and all points in

In Florida we are persuaded that those tobacco on the free list, while blankets, openly as possible, so that its abuses may be the North and West.................. 9.50 a. m.
freeze had
not the
impaired i fit had
who help themselves will fare the best. clothing, agricultural implements and other quality promptly checked by the representatives of From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
What are called small industries desira necessaries are mercilessly taxed for the been frozen, but probably would affect its the law. all points on Florida Central &

are benefit of a favored few. It will strenuously keeping quality. It is well worthy of mention We think, moreover that two very important Western Railroad.................... 9.50 a. In.
ble. The surest support for a town is a advocate civil service reform, and, as a meansto that Nassau county and Brandy Branch points are gained when the number of FERNANDINA A JACKSONVILLE R. R.
suburban population engaged in fruit grow that end, the thorough and impartial en- saloon, with their temptations, is made as
growing and truck raising. Three to five forcement of the civil service law enacted by and its enterprising community should be few as possible and when the traffic is com- For Train Jacksonville leaves daily, except Snnday-
I, Congress at its last session. It will able to enter the lists for fruit as to qualityand pelled to back to of connecting with
acres of laud jn grove and garden will yield and denounce the oppose pay society a large part up-river boats.........................10:30: a. m
abhorrent of the costs which it inflicts
: sectionalism condition, after such a freeze. upon society.-
a fair support for a small family. It is as wherever and by whomsoever TimesUnion.. Sunday trains..........7.00 a. m. and 4.30 p. m
We sampled, also, fruit taken from the
Train arrives
manifest. daily, except unday-
permanent and safe an industry as can be
found In State affairs its conduct will be in ac trees of M. A. Williams, Esq., in this city, GOOD ADVICE. From Jacksonville...................... 5.00p.m.
will enable a'ery considerable cordance with the deliberately formed con- which were sweet and juicy.MERCURY'S Sunday trains........10.35 a. in. and 8.15 p. in.
population to enjoy the advantages of community viction that, with the two parties constituted "Fitness, not location should govern in SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
life, school, churches social as they arc to-day in the South the t the important question of Governor and
For Savannah
by steamer City of
Democratic TUMBLE. other officials. Select from the able men of
party, representing the intelligence
etc. and of the t the State the best men to fill the various Bridgeton, Monday, Wednesdayand

Such towns are growing up now along I is the only property party fit to be entrusted commonwealth with its THE COLDEST DAY EXCEPT ONE THIRTEEN positions in the gift of the people, and the Friday............ ................ 5.00 p. m

our railroads, with a steady and healthy and I government. At the same time it will YEARS. State as a whole will have no reason to com- For Savannah, by the steamer St.
and all oppose The 5th and 6th of January 1834 will be plain of its officials. If a man is fit to be Nicholas, Tuesday, Thursdayand
nut bpeculdtive gru\\'t!J. People who desire any attempts to impair the Governor, Congressman or Senator, he will Saturday morning................... ........
to live at or near a town would do well to citizens rights or:'abridge the privilege of any class of remembered as two of the coldest days that govern or legislate for the whole people, regardless From Savannah,by the Bridgeton,

purchase five-acre lots in the suburbs instead this section of the country has experiencedsince of the place where he happened to Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday -

of fifty or a hundred-foot lots near the All of which we cordially endorse. the 30th of December, 1880, when the be born, or accident or design has fixed his ........................................ 4.00 p. in
residence. It is. of course!:, something to From Savannah, by the St. Nicholas -
thermometer indicated 15 above Yes-
business centre. LOCAL LUMBER INTERESTS. zero. be proud of, that a section of country pro- Monday, Wednesday" and

The value put. on such lots by planting terday morning about 4 o'clock the ther- duces great men capable of filling positionsof Friday................. .................. 8.00 a. m\

orange groves will be greater than the increase STATEMENT OF LAST :MOXTIl's BUSINESS-ALSO mometer at the Signal office indicated 18.50. high trust and honor, but the matter of MALLORY LINE.

of value of small town lots. For instance FOR 1883 IN FULL. These conditions of temperature have only geographical location should not enter for For New York direct, by steamships -

a quarter-acre lot in a town of 2,000 Last month there were shipped from this been observed in this city at one other time one moment Let into the the discussion of of this the State of Texas or City of

city 3,815,275 feet yellow pine lumber, of question. representatives San Antonio, Thursday) evening....... .........
.. inhabitants: may be bought for, say $300. which 3,080,000 feet went to domestic and during past thirteen years, that is to say people select the men, and we are for them, From New York direct bCitJ.. of;

Fur the same money five acres may: be 165,275 feet to foreign ports. During December on the 19th of January, 1873 when the no matter hail from what:' portion of the State they San Antonio and State of Texas,

bought in the suburbs. The quarter-acre 1881, there were shipped from here thermometer indicated 18. may The above, from the BrooksvSlle Crescent every Friday.....................?. ... 3.00 p. in

'.' lot may double in value in five years ; the 6,200,000 1882 there feet were, and shipped for the 4,649,600 same feet.month in The fall in the temperature on Saturday is good advice to the Democracy, and ex-, ST. MARTS RIVER.

five-acre lot, planted in five-year-old orange During the year just closed there and yesterday is more severely felt by the presses our sentiments in every particular.The Steamer Martha leaves Centre street doek-

.> trees, would in five years be worth five times shipped in all 48,510.493 feet of lumber were and residents of this vicinity on account of the State in a Presidential contest is too For St. Marys and Crandall Tuesday -
the 322,538 shingles. The monthly shipments short spell of comparatively warm weather close to indulge in sectional preferences in and Friday ....................... 2.00 p. m'
cost. lumber for the season were as follows which preceded it. Last Monday and relation to the gubernatorial honors. Whilewe For St. Marys and Dungeness, on
:, For the same reasons it would be well for : Tuesday the weather was quite warm, when undoubtedly prefer a South Florida Wednesday and Saturday........ 3.00 p. in.
; settlers to take up a tract of land to be Ship'd to Ship'd to rain followed and the atmosphere became man, and believe that there are many in For St. Marvs only, Monday and

divided into ten-acre lots and make their Month. Domestic Ports. Foreign Ports. Total. much colder. The succeeding days were this portion of the State fully capable for Thursday................................. 8.00 a. m.
.. cold and somewhat windy, but on Saturday the position referred to-who would most Steamer Martha arrives-
January 4,400,000 150,000
own town. 2,616,608 4,550,000 morning it was generally thought that a assuredly carry the Democratic banner on From St. Marys and Crandall on

.: The tendency of new towns to rise and March February....... 2,701,000 749,817 326,586 3,300.425: higher temperature would follow. During to success, yet if the representatives of the Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m
fall is shown by the fact that twenty April...... 5,131,000 321,000 3,027,580 the middle of the day, however, mercury people in convention think otherwise, why From St. Marys and Dungeness,

Presidential post-offices in the West have May ......... 4,236,000 100,000 5,455,000 4,336,000 began to tumble and by 4 o'clock in the then it is not only our duty, but that of on Wednesday and Saturday.....11.00 a. n>.
afternoon it became evident that this sectionwas every Democrat who has the success of the From St. :: and
Marys only, Monday
June ........ 3,423,000 441
been reduced because their receipts fell below July......... 5,132,000 327,473, 3,864,292 on the verge of an exceedingly cold party at heart, to support the nominee. The Thursday........................... .,... 2.00 p. m
$1,000.Tllt1 5,459,473 wave, and that the warmest of clothing was Republicans, !knowing full well that it is an __ _
August.... 3,315,000 .......... 3,315000 to comfort. impossibility for them to regain their foot- n.
September. 3,340,097 134,000 3,67.4,00q c : hold under the Radical standard have Post-Office Notice.
Mr. H W. Ford observer at this port, has now
RECENT COLD WEATHER Ij October.. 4,678,000 106,352 4,784,352 courteously furnished the News turned to the independent movement, ex- Office Hours-From 8:00 A. 3r. to 6:00 P. 'I
j ., FLORIDA.The November. 2,833.000 .......... 2,833,000 tabular statement showing Morning the observed a pecting it to be its Mecca. The people needno Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30: A. )I.

recent extraordinary cold weather at December.. 3,680,000__ 165,273 3,845,273 dates of the cold spells during the monthsof warning-no admonition as to the mis- ":Money Orders and Registered Letters from
' : December and January from 1871 (the sion of this new departure. The men who 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. )1. : and from 2:00: P. Ito
the North extended to Florida in a Total..... 42,373,705 2,821,793 year
very 48,510,498 3:30 .
in which the station was founded) to the pose themselves as leaders, no matter how P. 3I.ARRIVAL
modified degree. Thirty-five degrees be During the year 1SSO there much they to hide the cloven
were 44,719,265(; present time, as follows : try foot, can- AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAIL.-
' low zero in Chicago and New Hampshirebecame feet of lumber shipped from here. The Year. Date. not disguise the fact that it is an offspringof Transit & Peninsular Railroad

a 20? above in 'lorida-a temperature above shipped shipments to foreign do ports not tire include Fernandina those 1871.....,...........Dec. 5 and 6.........Temp'ture..........26 the the specific Republican party, and was born for Arrives daily except Sunday........ 3:37 P. )I.

i almost much below the usual winter colas d while the local demand i is constantly on the, 1872..................Knv. OV/...*.....................*m.>OO vote of Florida purpose for the capturing next Radical the electoral nomi Closes........................-................10:00: A. MFeinandina .
that in the increase. The above 1tS73.: ....t............J Eili. U..........................lo
experienced North. shipment shows fall nee. The recent elections that the & Jacksonville Railroad-
ing off from 1881-2 a 1874.................J an. 17.........................29 prove
\ There is naturally: very great anxiety as I when the amount, as of published lumber below, but 1875................Dec. 18............ ............25XO4 good lost and the grand Republican party has Jacksonville and St. John's River
:.i i ;d r to the effects of this low temperature on the Fernandina with shipped via VJ..................Dec. 2 .*........................200' foothold in those States upon whichit mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:00 A. M
together the increased has always depended for aid. The labor- Closes Northern mail also ..........10:00 M.
; orange-growing interest. local demand is considered greatly 1877..................Jan. o*..................,.......270 classes ( ) A.
: that the production is much it shows 1878..................*JilIj* U...... ....................*.O ing the clamor see the necessity of a change, and Sunday MailJacksonville -
The coldest period was the morning ofthe6th following is the larger. The 1879..................tJ All. 4...........................240 for a new deal comes from all and St. John's River,
of January. On the 16th of December 1831-2: monthly shipment for A OOvr...............*..iJs* 30...*.... .................150 richer Every year the rich are getting arrives....................................10:35: A. )I.

preceding the thermometer had gone downto AOOJ...................Nov. *A/...... ..................280 in and the the poor poorer. The surplusnow Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 P. M.
27 and 28 in various localities Month. 1881. 1882. 188 2..................Dec. 8...........................260 treasury the result of unjust Jacksonville, St. John's River and
between January................ 4,021,303 5,856,709 1883..................Jan. 12_...... .................27ttll taxation, is so large that the Radical states- the North, closes....................... 6:00: A. M
Jacksonville and Tampa Bay,and the young February.............. 3,554,581 5,278,992 1834 .................J U...........................XO tion men to are sorely perplexed as to what disposi Jacksonville and St. John's River
':'I orange trees had suffered considerable injury .March...... ...... ...... 4,821,779 3,837,000 make ofit. The reform of the tariff so only, closes............................. 4:00 P. M.
April.................... 3,330,000 6,173,000 Thirty-three years ago Savannah was that no more shall be collected than is neces-
and the effects of the cold were evidenton ::May..................... 4.514,8141L'97,3U visited "by an exceedingly wave. It set sary to pay the expenses of the Government St. Mary's River
the trees in many places. in on the 17th of December,1851, and there will be the most important issue of the next St. and Crandall, arrives
.: 6,591,000 7,502,000 ..... .......7:00 M.
On the 4th of January the premonition July...... ...... ......... 6,375,0931,299,151 were ten days of intense cold. On the 19th campaign. The election of Carlisle and the MondayMary's and Thursday. .. A.
of Arrives and ..........2:00 P. M.
there was a heavy fall of sleet and snow of Tuesday Friday
appointment Morrison
August................. 7,122,000 3,449,000 as chairman of
the great storm and intensely cold wave September.............. 3,366,600 2,488,000 and on the 20th the trees and fences the Ways and ::Means a committee which Closes Tuesday and Friday..3:00 P. M.

prevailing in the Northwest was felt i in October ..... ........... 4,684,251 4,500,252 were laden with ice. The indications last holds the purse-strings of the nation, are the St.Iary's:: and DungenessWednesday -
! Florida, but after a slight rise on the 5th November..... ....... 4,246,000 4.320,201 night were that the temperature in this first moves outlining the course of the next and Saturday arrives........11:00: A. MSt.Mary's M..
the struck in its full December...... ...... 6,200,000 4.649,600 vicinity would be warmer to-day. At the contest. In view of these facts it behoovesus Closes Wednesday and Saturday... 3:00 P.
wave us intensity on Signal office at 11 o'clock last night the thermometer that we should begin to set only.Monday:: and Thursday -

the morning of the 6th, marking a temperature Total................. 53,837,451-- 63.041,546-- indicated a temperature of 26, butas household in order, and the paragraphabove our own arrives...........................2:00 P. *.
of 20, with very little variation be -Times-Union. the wind seemed to be changing from should be the creed of every loyal Closes Mond-y and Thursday.......-8:00 A.M.
north to northeast it is probable that the Democrat. The importance of a strong State SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. )1.T' .


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L fat of LettersRemaining -FORMACHINERY- -

in the Post-Oiflceat Fernaudi- .. J & T :.K"Y"DD:

county, Florida, Jan.12th, 1884. :. ;...-.,. -.. > :
Nassau c
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for these letters must say .
calling .
advertised: ,
Lewis Met ts, FrederickIurtois ." '.::<,," ,'- THEIR
Aurs-tin OF ALL KINDS, ,,-: ."
Mrs J II Morris, Stephen t.'i -
1:;Irc-haJJ. Mr Parker. Mrs L E .- ., New Fall Goods Now
Gowen Pierce, Charles I C Go to F. M. Robinson '-,'.," 0'-', ,f'I.. ', Opening
Crake, W A Ostrander G ., .- ,
James Robinson! Mrs Alfred ;
Dabney, C C Ilemie, Jacob ..
Stevens Frank L MANUFACTURER and DEALER, .
Ben .
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Fuller : '
: : :
G W ::;" ":
Howard Fee Lawrence, Sycous Skinner!Thompson Mrs: S Y -, : :,;..; ,' ,...-,.. Novelties in Silks,

Hay wood, Lizzie ," : : 2:, '
Jackson David E Williams. Charles :?" Dress Goods, Velveteens, .
Waties, Marie R

Jones Jones Jones,, Washton Mrs Lemon! Betsy \Vinkernd Williams Williams, Emma Hogus S C ''J LJ II : :..>/,',,::'; 't.--.': Cashmeres, Prints,

Myerson, P Willis, Mrs M A .., ...' <-' ':, -' Cambrics, etc., etc.,
Iti P. M. n-i
SAM'L T. DELL ; .,
For Sale. .. a new lo? of |
The lot 50x100 feet, on the corner of Es- -
cambia and Fourth streets, known as the Chamber Suits > ." ';;1 '
.Is..; 0
Acosta Lot. Titles unquestionable.Terms :::J "-""
cash. Apply toDIRS. Parlor Suits, "
'\ HouseKeepingIATL0WPUC1S.I Dry Goods
7 Post-Office Box 173. I Tables, Lounges, ''': A FULL ASSORTMENT
.. '.
NEW AIVERTISEMENTS. I Rockers, Chairs, Blankets and Comfortables,

h Wardrobes, 1

Bedsteads, Jjiir: Special atttciitioii is called<< Pnti4rt'

Springs, Mattresses, Florida Lands.The to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of WOlUb FI-ne Cloth-Ing,
Y ::
Tfl elegant cut and maunfiicture.Gents' .
Pillows, etc., etc.
n-I Furnishing Goods
.u the ucw sics.IA .
s ucyr -
ROYAL Iot oe PeninsularAND full line of
oen ur try I ES.ladies' and Gents' Underwear
-----1 FRED W. HOYT Ss CO. ,

i \Ve are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

LJ FUR-NITURE -=Tropical Florida York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.






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f A AAbsolutely a large and carefully selected ALACaU, STEAMSHIP LINE !


.. For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. PUTNAM, FLORIDA AND NEW
POW' Eft

Pure. Silk, Linen, and Cotton. SUMTER ANDHERNANDO

nulls POWDER never varies. A marvel YORK.'I
Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, _
purity, strength and wJOe omel1ess. ,
economical, than the ordinary kinds, Luces, Towels, Napkins,
ami cannot be bold in competition with the
multiiu.le of low test,short weight, alum or Dress Lining, Buttons AT PRICES FROM:
I liiiu-pliatc':i powders. Sold only in cans. and Notions Generally.A .
t :3);'> lOG Wall Street New York.
$1.25 to $10 Acre.All f
\ new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- per' .
; ST. .JOSI PJI'S ACADEMY, TIES just received and marked low. .

Fcriiamliim, Fla. -
these lands are in the central
rpIHS INSTITUTION, UNDER THE Our Stock cf CORSETS is Very Superior.
JL direction of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, peninsular portion of the State, and -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-
i is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest
portions of Florida. 1JjY- In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- within fifteen miles of Railroads in CITY OF SA.N ANTONIO, l.GSO TONS.STATE .

The building,which was erected especially ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a OIL TDXAS, 1,i42 TONS.
for a Hoarding School, is large and airy. fine variety. successful operation, traversing a territory CA RON.ITJLIJT, l,;() : TONS.wE .

The Course of Instruction is thorough and TL11d' 'I'EX&S, 1,210 rONS.
which is
solid, comprising, both in English and FLORIDA AXD SKffl-! TROPICAL CURIOSITIESA being more rapidly
Frcndhall the branches of a good education.
settled and
developed other
( Lard! Tuition, Washing, Bed and SPECIALTY. any ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.
LYilJiiii? per quarter, $10.50. Music LesSons part of the State.
with use! of Instrument. $12.00. y ? Orders from the Country Solicitcd.KING'S .'

Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy The fertility of the soil and accessi- of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
Work .additional ONE
taught without charge. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
Payments required in advance. bility to the largest and best markets I sonville, Cedar Key: and Peninsular Railroad.
:-i'!,I"ob will October ,
1st 18S3.
17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. This Line, having no Transfer between Feriiamlina and Sew
Fur further particulars apply to the Academy. make these lands particularly desirable -
for the cultivation of fruits and FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
O. S. OAKES, The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSURPASSED -
NEW YORK early vegetables for shipment. For ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY large and immediate profits there is for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
WILLIAM IIYXES And Manufacturer of no industry in Florida equal to the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS:: and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
\'TI811ES TO REMIND TIlE PUBLIC FLOORING, CEILING, MOLDINGS, raising of early vegetables for Northern for LAKE WEIR.

he is now ready. to make anv- markets. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING '1'0LI POINTS.
BREAD. CAKE OR PIES. For freight, passage rates and schedules, or further information, apply to

BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, For new and descriptive circular, n,. "i'. SOUTIIWICK:, Agent,
ull' the shortest possible notice. He will also address FERN AXDIK A, FLORIDA.

have\ on of hand,for the Holidays,a line assortment NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. CHAS'V.. LEWIS, C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
Pier 20 East River New York. 51-
Land Commissioner

raii-img from one pound upwards. Fernandina, Fla., GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC
jq All orders thankfully received and .
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promptly' attended to. Elevations and Floor Plans, with estimates Or Ocala, Florida. 38 -

.il tjan)1.. HYNES, furnished at reasonable rates.
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3? Orders by mail promptly attended to.

FW.. ANSLEY Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5

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15. NOYES, -., f.! I. rtl.Hi' .. .;t 'n"'J; .;. .
: uth side Centre St., near the Depot. A > : ...:.. ., FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.
(Successor to W. A. SANBOEX), ., ,.., ,
FI.OUIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND ..:; ,..::,; ."-3""' ',0--' r, <.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
:1 '
; fj (/
.,. 3&:: AH work warranted. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, .
, _' ;::7".: :: .' ', PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
L .
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Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near 'f' :" ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OFfFINE
: Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, Steamboat Landing, ,
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Offers Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas O. : ,'., .(::. r; TEAS COFFEES -
pleasant rooms well furnished,with Evans. Special rates for :Merchandise in -t *ttt*- >-
w accommodated without board.also Table Boarders will be large quantities. : : r? it;;:fb';:, };."'"-

; transient. Agent for Hazard :Manufacturing Compa- ..:..,, ; ., THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCURED.
Miss '0. ,.'t 0 1f.
J_ LUCY 0. THOMPSON.Ainssau ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the :' ".;' .'.::-.> :,;:,:' f.

best in the world. '.
Fibre, Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED -. :. ,\- NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer.
beds fr ,
for pillows and mattresses, superior PLOWS. .
anything else .:..:r :z: -- ,
in use. For sale by Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON ': '' '
June 2-1-tC. FRED 'V. HOYT & Co. VILLE. 33 o ,,' :;'1 :- :.I Cor. Second<< and Centre Sts.. FERXANDIXA\\

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II": : County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of Tares-Henry W. Long. ROUTE.

: ; United States Offtccrs.LAND Ckrk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of Ret'C1meV. F. Trantham, CARD FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN
J Sheriff\\3. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. TDIE R. R
OF THE (Central or Ninetieth
' Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb San- Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine, Meridian, Time.}
L. A. Barnes Gainesville.Receiver .
r,r Register- derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULARAND JACKSONVILLE, November
y -John F. Rollins Gainesville. : IS, ispOMMENCING *;-.
'J.. Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. : this date, Trains on thuJ
it Sun.'eyor-General-Ialachi Martin Tallahassee -
; \_ road and its
derson. connection will
:::j County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. FERNANDINA, & JACKSONVILLE R. R. run as follows -
d ', ,<. DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West. :
: ., .j\ Sanderson. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key 'Y cst. In Effect November 19th, 1SSS. .WESTWARD.No.

:. Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor 'of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr., 3.Accom.. No. 1.
-'i Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. Key West. GOING soeTh.Day Mail.S.OO
-J. R. Richard Providence.
County Judge
Walter Jacksonville. Pas. Xt Pas. Leave Jacksonville.......
Clerk-Philip Collector Ret'enue1a50n S. Moreno 3.40pm a'U
Clerk-Henry 1<. York, Lake Butler. of 44 >
A.M. P.M. Baldwin ............ 5.45pm;
I{ INTERNAL REVENUE. Shl'riff-'V. W. Tumblin, Starke. ,Key West. Leave Fernandina.................. 6.15 7.00 Lake City.......... 9.55: 8,4.1, u nl
m 10. )
Assessor Taxes-N. C. Lake Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris p '2; a .
aaector-Dennis Jacksonville. of Wainwright Key n.
'.f Eagan, Leave Hart Road Junction... 5.25 7.45 44 Live
Oak...........12.50 a m 1l.::
'f? COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. West. Arrive Callahan..................... 8.40 44 Madison: ............ 2.45am a in1.16pm

* John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 7.38 9.20 Arrive Monticello......... 5.30 a. m 3.00
? .; Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan- Leave. Dutton.................. ..... 8.05 9.53 44 Tallahassee......... 7.05am. 3.50 pm
of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina. Leave Brandy Branch_........... 8.18 : Pill
10.08 Leave
: r John F. House, St. Augustine. Tallahassee......... ..4., a 111 4.00
,'." "" Starke. Jerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Arrive Baldwin..................... 8.35 10.32 Arrive Quincy ... .......... 9.25am: 5.03: Pill,
.t \r BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Leave Baldwin. ...................... 8.55 10.42 Chatta.! River: _....11.15 a. m <_>,4.) t IU
'' State Officers. County Judge James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Leave. Maxville.................... 9.17 11.08 Leave River Junction... p m6.00pm

r Point. nandina. Leave Highland..................... 9.44 11.32 Arrive Marianna.......... n.))
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Leave Lawtey......................... 9.49 11.52 Pensacola........_ 11.45; p m

Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. A.M. Montgomery..... 6.55; pro

: Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes-Wallace 11. Moses, Georgian Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Leave Temple's....................10.04 12.12 :\Mobile.............. 4.45; a ,ni
ff f.f'i Key 'Vest.Secretary na. botham, Callahan. Leave Starke...................".....10.12 12.20 44 New Orleans... lulu\ a ID

of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Thurston....................10.23 12.40 44 Nashville 1 .......... 7.15 a in,

i lahassee. lando, Orange county.Superintendent County Judge-J. M. Orlando Arrive Waldo.......................10.43 1.10 Louisville.....:... 2.20a: P ni

', Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. of Schools-M. E. English, C'lerk-J. P. Hughey,Beggs Orlando., Leave Waldo.........................11.05 1.50 44 Cincinnati......... 6.45' u ,
Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Leave Gainesville........ ........11.54 3.00P. III
'iHi Sheriff Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid.
'i'ir Attorney-General-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY. Assessor Taxes James 3I. EASTWARD.Xo..
I hassee. T. of > M. Owens, Fort Leave Arredondo.......... ........12.12 3.30 No. 2
Copeland Orange
County Judge-J. Reid Fla.Collector.
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Leave Batton .......................12.24 3.50 ACCOIH. Mail..
Revenue ......
Tallahassee. Clerk J. Weston Green Cove of -A. M. Hyer, Sanford. Leave Archer........................1240 4.40 ArriveJackso.nville. 7.30am 9.00pm
t Spring. Sanford. Leave Baldwin ............ G.OOam
Leave Bronson....................... pm
Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. James W. DeWitt Green Cove 1.06 5.35 "
Sheriff Superintendent of Schools-John T. Seeks, Lake City........... 2.20 a m 6.1s m
Foster Tallahassee. Fort Leave Otter Creek.................. 1.38 6.35 h p
Springs. Reid. Live Oak..12.15 ,
Leave Rosewood................ a m 5.:?> p m
Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge Tallahassee Assessor Taxes-T. J. Browning. 2.08 7.35 "
of PUTNAM COUNTY. Madison ............ 8.40pm 4.03pm;
Collector of Ret'enue-A. S Chalker. Arrive Cedar Key: ................. 2.36 8.15 \ .
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Judge of Probate B. Harrison, Palatka. Monticello ....... 5.50pm 1.5.> pm
(Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Sclwols-R. W. Davis, Clerk W. F. Forward, Palatka. GOING NORTH. u Tallahassee....... 4.40pm l.llpm

Middleburg. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. Day Pas. M Pas. Arrive Tallahassee........ 3.55 p m LOll)m

Clerk R. C. Long Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods. A.M. P.M. Leave Quincy............. 2.20 pro 11.50am
Leave Cedar ...................
Special Agent-Columbus Drew Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Key. 7.00 6.00 Leave Chatt'chee Riverl2.10: p in 11.15' a m
Building Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent Public Schools Leave Rosewood.................... 7.32 6.45 River Junction... 11.00am
Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. of J. W. Leave Otter Creek.................. 803 7.10 Marianna......... 10.05am

- L SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. Leave Bronson............ ........... 8.39 8.45 Leave Pensacola........... 5.15am
Chief Justice--E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Archer ........................ 9.07 9.35 Montgomery..... 9.45pm

Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahassee. Superintendent of ScJiools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Batton......................... 9.23 9.55 Mobile.............. :-;; 11.55pm
Lake City. Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Arredondo................... 938 10.20 New Orleans..... 6.15pm

';t Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenhurgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Gainesville.................10.00 11.00 Nashville ........... 8.2' am

Jacksonville. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner Arrive Waldo..... .... ............10.42 12.00 14 Louisville........... 1.00 a m
Clerk C. H. Foster Tallahassee. County Judge William A. McLean, Jack- Perry.County. Cincinnati ... --
A. }I. ... ... 8.0);) pm
CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonville. Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Waldo........................10.52 1.35 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily
Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Sun'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Leave Thurston...................11.13 2.10 except Sunday.
{' First Oircuit.-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff( Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Leave Starke.............:...........11.28 2.35 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonvilleto

-, sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST. Leave Temple's ..................'...11.36 2.50 Pensacola. daily ; and Pullman Sleepers:

: Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. sonville. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Lawtey........................11.53 3.25P. Jacksonville to New Orleans daily.
,: Collector of Ret'enue-Moses J. Brown, I
Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. tine.County Judge, M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Leave Highland...................12.09)1. 4.00 CONNECTIONS.:

Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker. Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. I.Jea Maxville.....................12.27 4.30 At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for

ville. sell Jacksonville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St.Augustine. Arrive Baldwin ....................12.51 5.10 all points North and East; with the Fernan-

Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. D., Augustine St. Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.11 5.45 dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan-
ville. Rogero, Leave Branch...... .. dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
Brandy ... 1.29 6.15
County Judge-Henry J. Stewart Jasper. Augustine.
Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias Leave Dutton......................... 1.44 5.40 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine etc.
Seventh Oircuit-'V. Archer Cocke Sanford Sheriff Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine. Arrive Callahan.................... 2.10 72.5 At Baldwin with Florida Transit & IVn-

Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall Leave Callahan..................... 2.22 8.00 insular Railroad for Gainesville, Ocala/ Fer-
nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Port*.
1 d Court Calendar. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.03 9.10
Collector Ret'enu'V. H. H. McLeod St. Augustine.
At .
Columbia County.Superintendent Arrive Fernandina................. 3.37 9.50 Live Oak with the Savannah, Florida\ \
Fall Term- of Schools-J. W. Reed, JS&r- Day Passenger daily except Sunday; At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
County Judge-J. R. Steele
; Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Leesburg, Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat-
Ivey, Leesburg.
Walton, 4th Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. urdays.At .
Sheriff( J. S.
s Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4tli Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor of Taxes-A.Dyches, B.Leesburg.Goodwin. DIVISION.GOING Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa

r ,. in October. ville. Collector of llelenue-Jo Hutchinson cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna.. Pen-
1' .' Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Sumterville. eph SOUTH. sacola, Mobile, :Montgomery New Orleans

in October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- Day Pas. M Pas. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. A.M. A.M. and Northwest, and with all boats for Apalachicola -
October. ville. Leave Waldo.11.30 1.40 Columbus and Eufaula.
Escambia. Monday in December. Collector of Re'/enue-F.\!.Hedich, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Dixie...:.....................11.52 2.10 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live P.M. all points West.Take .

10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, Oak. Leave Hawthorne............. ....12.08 2.36 SST" the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
Spring Term. Fort Dade. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Lochloosa..12.25. 3.02 the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
'. THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Orange Lake...............12.51 3.35 Central and Western Railroad.
Spring Term- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Anthony Place............ 1.16 4.15 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths

f Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Silver Spring............... 1.43 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
j April.Madison. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Welborn. Leave 2.00 5.00 and at new office southwest corner of Bay

,[ 2d Monday in April. Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones Leave Lake Weir Station........ 2.40 6.00 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.

i; Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Live Oak. Arrive Wildwood.................. 3.05 6.40 W. M. DAVIDSON,

,L Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY. GOING NORTH. General Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.

in April. Tampa. A.M. P.M. WILLIAM O. AMES,
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson prise.County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- Leave Wildwood.... .............. 6.55 6.30 Gen'l Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.

in April. Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.15 WALTER G. COLEMAN,

Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone Enterprise., Enterprise. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.25 Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville Fla.

in April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-, S. D. Hodges Glen Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22 -
Fall Term- Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Cove. Leave Anthony Place............. 8.48 9.05

Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan Glen Leave Orange Lake................ 9.12 9.55 SEA ISLAND ROUTE.THE .

.' October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.40
'j Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello. Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.54 11.10 STEAMERS:
Superintendent D. Huston
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise. of Leave 11.40 .
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ticello. A. V. y

in October. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. Arrive Waldo... ..................10.35 12.15
Columbia after 4th in County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville.
Monday Monday ticello. *
O Day Passenger daily except Sunday; .r+ }
October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Sheriff-Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. Night Passenger daily. i f
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah. Jerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. ,
in October. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts r. ; -_
I' LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. l ;. '::, ,. "
-'V. J. Dixon New
County Judge Troy.
Term- County Treasurer-W. W. Walker GOING SOUTH.
Spring Craw-
Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. CITY OF BRIDGETOX and ST. NICHOLAS.
St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal McAlpin New fordville. Leave Fernandina. a. m.
i' .. Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Troy. Colll'ctoroj Ret'C1lUe-R. C. McMillan,Craw- Leave Hart's Road.11.05 a. m.
Superintendent of Schools-J.C. The St. .
RamseyNewTroy. Nicholas boat leaves Fer
! 1 Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. Arrive Jacksonville..12.10 p. m. nandina as a day ,
Baker 2d Tuesday in April. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker Craw- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New GOING NORTH. early in the morning.Returning .
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. fordville.
I Duval 1st Tuesday in May. Troy. Leave Jacksonville..................... 3.15p.m. will leave Savannah Monday,
Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, Leave Hart's Road..................... 4.25p.m. Wednesday and Friday, at 8.00 a. m.

St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Old Town. THE FLORIDA Arrive Fernandina..................... 5.00p.m. The City of Bridgeton, as a night boat,
"' Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, 25- Trains daily except Sunday. leaves Fernandina Monday, Wednesday and

: Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. New Troy. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. SUNDAY TRAINS.: Friday, 5.00 p. m.
LEON COUNTY. rpOWN Returning, will leave Savannah for Fer-
: Baker, 2d Tuesday in October.
Leave Fernandina..7.00 4.30 J
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. a. m. p.m. nandina and Brunswick on Tuesday, Thurs-
Arrive Jacksonville..8.25
a. m. 5.55 p. m. day and Saturday at 4
: Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Sheriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. : p. m.
: Jerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Fernandina, Leave Jacksonville..9.10 a. m. 6.45 p. m. Through tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia
FIFTH CIRCUIT. Schools Arrive ernandina..10.35 a. m. 8.15 p. m. Boston and Baltimore.For .
Superintendent of -Henry N.Felkel, ,
g ;: Spring TermSumter Tallahassee. Towns on R. R. Line, tickets and state-rooms. apply at the

Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. CONNECTIONS. Company's. office, foot of Centre Street.
Marion 4th in March.
Monday Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce Talla- 'V. B. TUCKER
And Cedar Key.
Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in at Fernandina Fla.J. .
hassee. Agent ,
.; March. FLA.,
Assessor Taxes-G. A. Croome Tallahassee. MERCIER,
Levy, 4th Tuesday atler 4th Monday in of With New York and Fernandina Steam- General Passenger Agent.J. .

+ March. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and N. HARRIMAN Manager.
Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in LEVY COTJlIo"TY.Ol.erkJ. Offers to Lessees I and Purchasers for New York on Thursday.
? March. M. Barco, Bronson. a large With Sea. Island Route from and to Savannah -

.... Fall Term- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. number of the most eligible and desirable and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT BOOTS AND SHOES.
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. CALLAHAN.To .
: Marion 3d in October. Collector of Retenue-TI. B. Barco, Cedar
Monday Key. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for and from Savannah and Charleston, Jtii'f"TIIE NEW STORE.
Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November.
t. :.
t Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- City or Suburban Residences and all points North and West, daily.AT .

,; Alachua, 1st :Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. BALDWIN, FLA., :B { W. F. WOOD, Jr., }} S

November. MADISON COUNTY. To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. UPON EASY TERMS. and all South West and Northwest
County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon Madi- ,
i Spring Term daily. Q { Proprietor, } :E;

( Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.SheriffS.. A. Parrimore, Madison. AT HAWTHORNE,

Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John. Beggs, Madison Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT C>
; .
Brevard 1st in March.
1' Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry
,II ,
Dade 3d in
Monday April.
Madison. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
Fall Term- County Treasurer- S. S. Smith Madison": With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand :a:
I f Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Ret.'enueB. D. Wordsend rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- Tampa. daily except Sunday.
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Madison. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg

1 Brevard, 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad- erty purchased substantial improvementsfor daily except Sunday.AT s s
I Dade 2d in November.
t\ Monday ison. CEDAR KEY, FLA., ANDS
MANATEE COUNTY. residence, or in which to conduct their With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
i County Officers.. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. business. West and Havana every Saturday; for New
'. ...' ALACHUA. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith; Manatee. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and .

: County Judge Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Havana every Friday: from New Orleans :
Assessor Taxes W. P. every Saturday.With .
i ville. of Parish, Braden- IIQ
town. Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers
i Jtr1.-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. by exemption for a term of years from for and from Key West and- C>
Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue Marion G. Carlton, Monday
Assessor Taxes S. Gaines- Popash. Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday -
of Wienges, taxation
Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward offered by the several cities and and Friday. Fernandina E
,. ville. c> {{ }} :
Pine Level. : information respecting routes rates
Collector ofRevenue-H. C. Denton, Gaines- towns. ,
Apply to etc. to
ville. CHAS. W. LEWIS I Cor. Centre & Third. }} SiriTIIE
ScJiools W. N. Sheats A. 0. MAcDONELL, :s {
Superintendent! of County Judge-SamueIF. Marshall, Ocala. Fernandina. Gen'l
Gainesville.t I Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. Ticket and Pass. Agent.
Office Beach & 7th sts.
.. cor. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 12 NEW STORE.'

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r/// 3rAC.iKTXKr ROSE HEDGE. period at which love is formed for the first out in cakes, Mr. Soul will add an attach-

Tit ; Urooksville Crescent says: time," observes Sir Walter Scott, is seldom ment to crush it, thus preparing it for im- BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS '
that at which there is much prospect of its mediate He !
it is now the season for setting out roots use. has for some time past .
being brought to a happy issue. The state been
of the Macartney rose for hedg- experimenting on this new portable oil
or.,cuttings and this is what an experienced hedge- of artificial society opposes many complicated mill, and a sample of the cake left at our BRADLEY'S BRADLEY'S
11I i of the plant : Behold, then, a obstructions to early marriages, and office shows he has succeeded well. This
gr ncer wall says of perennial verdure, bright, the chance is very great that 'such obstacles I machine will) make a complete revolution ORANGE TREE CIRCLE BRANDBONE

:,,pd beautifulrendered! for one-half prove insurmountable." There is, however, in the business, for it supplies a want long FERTILIZER
.uing a whole system of society in which although felt.-Louisiana ,
vAr still more M' by a profusion of Sugar-Bowl.. ,
time() the obstacles most assuredly there
are theyare
white petals of which .
H with their clusterecharminglycontrasted simply ignored." Love laughs at impossibilities E PLURIBUS UNUH. BRADLEY'SFLORIDA BRADLEY'SPURE .
'1'- ; and rarely condescends to treat
:i yellow stamens-a wall of defense as them 11 Do you know that the word E Pluribus '
ing seriously until they begin to assume
.11:--.hutting out all intruders,and good for the form of olive brauches clustering thick Unum:which have appeared on different .

lifetime at least. Those who have oncea and sprouting fast; and then usually the United States coins, and are on the standard i VEGETABLE FINE-GROUND ,
will doubt
!en avilue Macartney rose hedge impossibility of satisfactory home-life with-- silver dollar, were never authorized to be so FERTILIZER
ftt as a reliable and economical defense out a little prudent preparation becomes dismally placed by law?" asked the numismatist of a BONE ,
of and caring for
The cost planting Sun
evident. In reporter.
to this
respect matter,
this hedge until it becomes a perfect protec- some of the East-End missionary reportsare "No. When were they first used ?" BRADLEY'SPATENT BRADLEY'S
cannot be greater than a common wood "In 1786. There United
tion curious reading. "This were no States
while the value of the former is much very" same young mint then but there = = = B.D. SEA-FOWL
fence, woman, writes one good man in his report was a private one at
greater. We look durable forward and to reliable the time hedges when referring to the case of a match-box maker, Newburgh,and the motto of the United States PHOSPHATE. __ = _'= GUAM 0.
these beautiful who for six years had nothing but a heap of was first placed on a copper coin struck at
take the place of the zig-zag fences that that mint. A few collections
will dirty rags to lie on at night, "this same very have
now mar the beauty of our farms. young woman I have been writing about specimens of this coin. They are very val- W. H. GARLAND
It will be a happy day for Florida when has been married. The young man's money uable. In 1787 a gold smith named Brasher GEO. E. WILSONAcEnr ,

this beautiful hedge rose supplants the rail would only meet the expenses of the church coined a piece which was known as the $16

and farms. The fees, so they were in a fix how to get the gold piece, and the motto, placed in this STATE AGENT,
around our groves '
fence ring. Her landlady, who has a tender heart, form, Unum E Pluribus, was stamped on
late Mr. Furman, of Fairbanks, set a good lent hers. Of course, after hearing how hard it. The coin is worth to-day $2,000, and FERNANDINA, FLA. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

example in having his handsome place enclosed up they were for cash, I was quite preparednot only four are known to be in existence. In

with the Macartney rose, an example to see any additional furniture, but I 1787 the motto also appeared on various .
coins of the State of New .
found they had treated themselves: to a tea- copper Jersey."A
which we hope to see followed. tray and a penny pepper-box. I should great many of our early coins, before FERTILIZERS !

have liked Mr. B. to have seen her proud there was any legal authority for national i
THE TOMATO PACK LAST SEASON. look when she put the marriage certificate in coinage here, were made in England. The
hand." State of Kentucky had some peculiar coins I have on hand, and am constantly: receiving, supplies ofWilkinson's
According to the American Grocer the tomato my which were minted in England in 1791 and
People of this class know
little aboutobst.aclcs
: pack for the season of 1883 aggregated very bore the national motto. The United States Celebrated Bone Fertilizers
early marriage. It is in
!!U3 379! cases of two dozen cans each. Of ,
2. the grades of society above mint was established in 1792, but the use of

these within Maryland fraction packed of one-half 1,450,000 of the cases entire, or them that difficulties are considerably really insuperable, the motto on any of the gold silver or cop- FOR FRUIT TREES, GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES.
per coins was not authorized or directed
anJ by
opinions always have differed and
pack ; New Jersey comes next, with 612,703 always will differ, as to the advantages, or any of the provisions of the act establishing PREPARED UNDER A NEW PROCESS, especially suited to our soil and climate,
cases'; California
; Delaware, 156,391 ; 117,000; disadvantages which such difficulties it. The motto had not appeared on any of crops to withstand drouth.

Ohio 112,000; Indiana 90.000; Virginia, constitute. There are some who are inclinedto really our coins since 1837, until the standard silver j Sold at Manufacturer's Prices, freight added. _
15,000. The increase
and Pennsylvania
751)00) ,
coined. It remained
look on the necessity, which so on our --ALSO ISTOCK :-
1882 many
Maryland, compared ,
: and silver
early gold coins until 1834 whenit
was 525,000: ) cases ; New Jersey, 151,055 cases, young folks are under, of postponing mar was omitted from the gold coins. In 1833it Pure Ground :Bone, Dissolved :Bone for Ccmpcsting, Cotton-Seed Heal,
riage they middle
and 2,943,370 Delaware: cases 45,530: of cases.two dozen The above tins each totalof inseparable verge on from a highly age as artificial a misfortune was dropped from from the 2,3-cent, and" the following Ash Element, Muriate and Sulphate cf Potash, Land Plaster, etc.
all silver coins.
represents iO, 4,5.896 cans as the minimum state of society. On the other, many sober year &*Send for Circulars and
---------- prices.'v.
quantity of canned tomatoes packed in the and sensible people regard the marriage of F. SCOTT.
United States this year.It two young persons who have scarcely com- SPANISH AMERICA. Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883.NMSW. Omi
pleted their teens as something little shortof New Orleans
above i is:: now doing what Mobile
the that the
will be seen by canning -
a scandal, and are accustomed to speak of attempted to do by her commercial convention -
of tomatoes is a very large industry, ages ranging from 20 to 30 for the bride and held some years ago. That conventionwas

and is confined mainly to Maryland and 30 to 40 for the bridegroom, as though they enthusiastic. It passed a number of i

New Jersey. We know of no reason whytin's were guarantees for a prosperous and happy resolutions. But nothing came'of it. The, S! \ S j!
married life. and *
Young men women who people of New Orleans held a meeting at
industry cannot be carried on profitably have arrived at this time of life they consider their produce exchange recently, and instituted Jt y&6 *
iu this State, as well as putting up sardines, likely to know their own minds." They measures for organizing a new 'f!' of ALL PLANTS. for ALL CROP>sfor ALL CLJMAT.ES. 1
All ere tested; only the best,sent out '
shrimps guavas, etc. The pursuit of these have'given up the giddy frivolous propen- steamship company, with steamers running \, Grain and Farm Seed Manual;History and best method-
sities of boys and girls, and have come to in regular trips to the Central American "\- 1 'of culture of Grins Root Crops, Graces Fodder Crops, Trr. -"... -
industries would do much toward Plantingetc.
small only lOcts. Awal
nr* List cf
years of discretion. They undertake the countries; and, recognizing the large interest = several thouRandraricties, FllEE. FiCR: cE9S.:
building; up our towns. At points like Fcr- responsibilities$ of married life, it is assumed, which the Mississippi:: Valley has in S"ihn'SSEEDS HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. Rochester. N.Y. Chlcabo ill.

nandina!, favorably situated for obtaining with their eyes open, and ought to be better this enterprise, they have sent out invita- ,

the tin cans and an abundant supply of the prepared for them than hair-brained young ; tions to all the considerable commercial
boodles who are under the illusion that loveis bodies in the West and South to a conven- -
raw Material, it ought to prove very re- i the one and only' serious business of life. tion to be held at New Orleans in February

muiHTath'e. Quantities of fine tomatoes The course of true love never did run for the purpose of considering the subject.

ate allowed every year to rot on the vines smooth, and, it is sometimes argued, it is COLLINS & COB' HARTFORDEstablished
\1sual1\1),5t that it should not, when it sets
after the price has declined in the Northern in very early. REAL ESTATE.

markets, and could be utilized at a very This is all very fine, but after all it is the --- 1826.MANUFACTURERS .

small cost.FRUIT elderly, old-fogyish view of things. Very
few marriages are ever planned<< from this CURTIS d CO. -

GROWERS' ASSOCIATION point of view, and those that are do not always

prove the most: fortunate. rise men REAL ESTATE AGENTS, ,
are not always so wise as they think when ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA. -
their wisdom '
they are pitting against the !'" I IK
IN FEBRUARY. decrees of nature, and one of nature's decrees Loans procured, Mortgages\ negotiated, Exchanges -
The President of the Fruit Grower's Asso- certainly would seem to be that when Edwin effected. m

ation has selected the following subjects, and Angelina have once fallen in love they Mill S ites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4

-tad appointed the gentlemen named below shall get married as soon as convenientlymay acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
i to, read: essays at the approaching annual be. It is a matter of pretty general observation acres, for sale.
meeting to be held in Jacksonville during too, that attachments-of friends
fair wevk N. B.St.. Mary's having been; selectedas .
February 12.15,18S4 : and companions as well as lovers-are all -
Tin ovi.je.. 1. culture and the terminus of the Atlantic& Mississippi -
Propagating, the stronger more enduring for commencing -
lutisplautiug, manuring and general management early in life. There is a very common Canal (under the survey made for Govern-

of the young grove. A. F. Styles, but a very erroneous way of looking at ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
.Lwk..on"me, such matters. A desperate, vehement attachment construction of which having been granted
: :2. Gathering, by the United States Government and the OF ,
packing, shipping, care of is formed, but parents or circumstances -
hearing grove,etc. George H. Norris, Spring come in and forbid the banns, and Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
Garden; increase in the value of adjacent lands
the two folks different may
:i t. JI.S IS('$ of the Orange Tree and Fruitinjurious Years afterward young each is able go to smile at ways.the be confidently looked for." (See New York Axes Hatchets Picks

Insects-Remedies, etc.. Wil- early infatuation. The course of time and Sun, 27-3-81.)
Jum If. Ashmead Jacksonville. events have borne them in widely different 9 9

4 J. Orange Culture in California and Flor- directions. Circumstances have made them NEW YORK AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
'It/''j;. ''I.\. Harris, Orange Lake. by slow, imperceptible degrees entirely different -

;;. Dwarfing, the Orange, for Garden and in tastes, and habits. and character BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also .
Jl'-' (Culture. Dr. C. J. K'nworthJack. and thus inclene them to think that they

-t'lUllif.' would have been unsuitable from the be WILLIAM IIYXESTTTISHES FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
Tin 7'ww.-Improved Varieties-Culture, ginning. So it appears in the cold clear ,
MII, la-ting, etc. Rev. Lyman Phelps, San- light of middle age ; and when these two TO REMIND THE' PUBLIC all sizes and prior: /-Com $5 '.D $JJ. Also, Plowing Machines.
t III; wide awake persons hear of the desperationof TT that he is now ready to make any Farmers will receive valuablo information
TK!, Lime, Citron, Shaddock, etc.-Judge J.1''p two young; lovers bent on early marriage, kind of catalogues, &c.,
', by writing to the makers
'' : : Limona.l'li but whose course has proved impassably BREAD. CAKE OR PIES, ,

/'/ I'J1'J'' II. :Mason. Apopka. : them look forward to the time when they on the shortest possible notice. lIe will also

TW> //.-Propagation, Culture, Market shall have made other attachments and seen have on hand, for the Holidays, a fine assort-
'V. llev. J. P. DePa.ss, Bronson. the mistake they were on the point of mak- ment of

1 i' liii/ /'ta/-, .-LeContet and other varieties for ing. There can be no doubt however that i| ENGLISH FRUIT CAKE, DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN
"> Ila; W. B.
: Lipsey, Archer. young people assimilate to each other very
r::" Mum/ MefpUus, etc.-" Japan Plum"- much more readily than those more advanced ranging from one pound upwards. II!
I'i'u I ':--C'lieasa!' : -/'. American, etc. A. II. in life and that incompatibilitiesoften JJiil'" All orders thankfully received and '
\'.:iville, Crescent BLOOD SYRUPCures
Ciiy. so apparent to onlookers disappear to promptly attended to.
Tin- Gnpc.-Culture for the Table, Wine a great extent as time goes on. Everybody 51 tjan WM. HYNES,
:ki'ur.: I'tl'( M.\ Martin, Chattahoochee. admits the importance of the companionship -

''I tin 'I'IIlI'fU'fl'.IBest'arieties. for Florida, of young persons, because it is scarcely all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Rowels,
.1 "le \It Culture, Packing, Shipping, etc. possible for any two of them to associate I 'SGuriositYVariety '
f a'' William I James, Jackson vine. much together without becoming in many g' j Kidneys, Skin and Rlood. MILLIONS testify to its

'II'',' }!'II flllll.-Varieties, Mode of Culture. respects like each other ; whereas, later in cilieacy in healing the above named diseases, and
W. :-i Allen., Chocaltiskee. life nobody attaches the same importance to I StoreOffers

:.r t <,uiva.-Varieties, Culture, Commer- association. Characters:! are formed and not pronounce it to be the Best 4ramedy limnvii to..... Man
1 -- -- -
\;'.'" 1 Lv.:value etc. II. C. Williams, Rock easily impressed for good or evil. At a large and carefully selected -
eighteen Edwin might have easily been
I///, r lIC-ap} lc.-Varieties, Culture, Ferti- broken into harness had Angelina taken = GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.

\\t.:;{;; Protection, Mulching- etc. J. H. him in hand. At thirty-eight the task is avery STOCK OF HOSIERYFor Trade Mark. .
III ne, iieorgiana.
different one.PORTABLE.
1'ulth'atin TIle ( '/c aunt.-Proper Locality Planting, Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. r AGENTS WANTED a .

Till' etc. Col. Evans, Fort Myers. OIL PRESS.Mr. .

M)".le of J
t:(', k- G. Hill Lawtey.Und style sugar mill of which we have so often

Tt''jlicltl Fruit.-Varieties for Florida, spoken although not able, owing to a necessary Silk, Linen, and Cotton. GA., June 20th, 1881.
s"lIth of Utude28e>. C. Cordington De- I change to fully demonstrate its value Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your
.. before the sugar making season closes, yet Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. '
TV high /Vote. Charles. has conceived a later idea which may "be 40 RUDIE CA TLEr.: ,
A. Choate Tal-
I aha Laces, Towels, Xapkiiis:
!. equally or more valuable to the country, ,

l'"./"/''tDfl.4of/ LetY Cmmty.-n. Coachman namely, to adapt the same principal to the Dress Lining, Buttons
Broup extraction of oil from cotton seed.
';..w-x-X. C. Pettit Alachua conntv.Dr he made some experiments with the first and Notions Generally.
1!"''(,(" ral Ch&tistrywith mill he made for crushing cane, and to the
u'. J, ;|KenworthJackson'ilJe.Illustration surprise of many he obtained a larger percentage HORACE DREW, JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS
:l/tl.kt', ,audeninQ. of oil than any cotton press now in use. A new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- Stationer
N.iu. culture t fertilizers. Varieties of vegetables, About 35 gallons of oil is the average per TIES just received and marked low. Bookseller, NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,
t.W\ K Cessna packing, shipping, gross ton of cotton seed, while he obtained Printer and Rindcr. but contains all the medicinal proper-'
J'"l',1 nod other Gainesville. 45 gallons. Machines capable of working up ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It-

P. )i. Hart, Federal Xew Point.and Dclsrable p'ants.I .- the seed from four bales of cotton per day, Our Stock of C 0&SET S is Very Superior. is very pleasant to take, and

J afuuta E. (and few gins do more,) will cost less than School Books and Orange Wraps
sQ.'I8.-1)apers CURES
rile or addresses on INDIGESTION, HEADACHE
a:eleral subject of $1,000. The great advantage of these ma- .
fruit in
ae also growing Flor- chines will be in their portable character ,-- NOW A SPECIALITY.
D. REDMOND President.id readily attached to the gin so as to receive ETS, VASES, 'TOILET SETS, we offer a -
IT. seed direct and crush it without the aid
Secretary. fine variety. >JE3 Liberal discounts Teachers;; and DIARRIKEA, DYSENTERY, ,
of linters or hullers. Of course the idea is I

EARLY to make fertilizers mostly, and thus returnto FLORIDA AND SE3II-TROPICAL CURIOSITIESA Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels,'
MARRIAGES.iidon has application.
Tht the soil that which been taken fromit.

I. conditions of the very poor, says a On the poorer cotton lands, they must SPECIALTY. 59 W. BAY STREET, and MALARIA, by warming and stimulating -
aumuug paper, to which Lord Salisbury, have fertilizers, yet the practice of applyingthe the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy

puh11e! Others has reccntly been directing green seed only makes unnecessary Jj2r Orders from the Country Solicited.KING'S .* JACKSONVILLE FLA. action. Sold by
improvident < is no doubt the result of weeds while the oil injures the land. By PALMER BRO'S, -

nmt more marriages ; and if this fact is thus extracting the oil, they will add greatlyto Nassau Fibre, Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla

chiefly beaus generally l admitted it is perhaps their revenue, and yet have abetter ferti- ;, For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto ;2 Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA
\111j; of a of the! i1l1possibilitof con. lizer than before. Although the pressure of ''I. anything else in use. For sale by GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
any practicable remedy. The the machine is so great that the refuse comes 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. without peppei. 22





. THE FLORIDA MIRROR. The New Parlor Sleeping Cars The New Market. I> PORT. I NOTICE;; ; -

k In deference to the wishes of many of our Bark Sappho (Br.), McPhee. To Owners of Lands
FOE THE FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR R. R. Bark Memento, Zacharansen.Brig Sold for
citizens Messrs. Ottman & Co. have decidedto
The four new and elegant parlor and sleeping Bogota, Tixera. Taxes.
11.OO.A ; ONTIISj j 'cars, \Iigncnette.," "Heliotrope" "Sil- supply the retail demand, and have; instructed Schr. Chas. E. Lester Truitt. COMI'Tr.OLLER'S OFFICE )

Mr...Hall, their superintendent, to Schr. William Wilson, Berry.Schr. Tallahassee! .Fla.. D'c. 1S iss )
ver Spring, and Lake Dora, for the Florida -
Reflections. Mary 1. Allen, Butler. WHOSE LANDS WERE
in quantities as required at a small advance PARTIES SOLD
Transit & Peninsular Railway System ., fur tuxes priur to the
arrived here last week. Two of these splen- I on wholesale prices. Only the choicest Last Notice to Tax-Payers. March 1883, will take notice that after the Of
James R. merchant of
Howe a Brooklyn goods will be dealt in, and purchasers will I 3d of March, 1884. the certificates
did cars, the "Mignonette" and "Helio- During the month of January I will be at sale will
N. Y. is at the be
Egmont. subject to
find at all times a complete assortment, purchase by any one ]
office Second apIlYing
on street for the
trope; were built by Messrs. Leve & Alden, my daily pur- for the same antI
r Gen. Wm. Austin and Mrs. Bradford of embracing all the varieties of fresh and salt pose of receiving the remaining unpaid State paying amount require
of New York, who are the patentees. The law. After that date no notice or
New York, arc now at the Egmont for the meats, poultry and game, ice, and many and County taxes for 1883. Property on is required to be given to preference
in owners.
great improvement the present style of which the taxes remain unpaid February1st
winter. other articles the business. W.
to D.
sleeper is that they are readily converted pertaining will be advertised. W. F. SCOTT, BARXE?

The M. E. Church on Ash street has been from a parlor to a sleeping car. When arranged Special orders can be filled at short notice. Coll. Rev. Nassau Co. J5-U_Comptroller.AX .

: very nicely fitted up for the reception of the for day use, the berths are closed up The purpose of the owners is to make this Fernandina, January 1st, 1884. ORDIXAXCE -

conference.Mr. market a point for distributing goods to For Fixing the Rate of Assess-
and replaced hy revolving chairs that can be To Let or For Sale.

H. C. Cook, of Pensylvania, engaged adjusted to any angle. They are finished in their many dealers throughout the State. Private Boarding House lately occupiedby invent for Taxation for

extensively in lumbering in our State is a cherry, with mahogany paneling ornamented Its value will be recognized at a glance, as :Mrs. Horsey; 16 rooms; furnished or un the Year ISS:1.BE : .

from it orders may be filled at any time, furnished. Possession January 1st, 18S4. I
guest at the Egmont. with a* exquisite floral design inlaid on IT ORDAINED BY
thus avoiding disappointment by delay in Apply to WM. B. C. DURYEE.I THE riTV
The holiday season in our city since various colored wood. Buffets are attachedto COUNCIL OF FEI X.AKDIX.SECTIOS .\-
arrival of steamers by which supplies
Christmas Day has been kept in a very each car, from which cold luncheons are are Lake's Jewelry Store 1. That, for the purpose of meet
expected and with the risks of
orderly and quiet manner. served with tea and coffee. Everything is away CORNER CENTRE AND THIRD STREETS, offers ing the current expenses of said City and l
improper storage facilities. the past due indebtedness thereof for the
finished in the best style, with all the latest for the Holiday season a large and year
Fernandina, Fla., attracts the best class of cent assortment of SOLID AND magnifi-I 1883, there be raised, by a levy upon the real

tourists, and in the Egmont has a hotel improvements in brake, trucks, etc. Egmont Arrivals. JEWELRY, such as Ear-rings. Breast-pins, I: and personal property of the city assessed l.
a tax of((121)) twelve and one-half
The "Lake Dora"
and "Silver mills
justly held in high regard.-Ho'el Mail. cars Spring"are II A Kilburn, Savannah ; R Moat, G S Neck-chains, Bracelets Plain and Seal Rings, the dollar, as follows 1111
from the shops of Messrs. Jackson & Wright, E Johnson, J Harris Montreal ; Sleeve Buttons, etc., etc., suitable for Christ- For :
current .
Mr. Charles F. Ketcham and wife arrivedon Sharp Co., and are perfect beauties in every S M Goodman, Charleston, S CV; J Bruce mas presents. Prices within reach of all. For past due expenses bonds..................... i l>i per mills cent.
Wednesday at the Egmont. He is one and wife, Burlington N J ; Isaac L Kemper
respect. SEC. 2. That the ((1) one per cent. of the
'of the successful merchants of New York. Baltimore ; Rev C M Beckwith Atlanta, Ga; Oranges. tax above assessed for current
Passengers by the night trains can now be Thos M Carnegie, wife two children two expense mar
From the celebrated and Harris be paid in City Scrip cash but
Bishop or that
The Mansion House far this has ; the
season assured of as much real comfort on this line maids and servant, L A Stewart Mrs Wm
Groves for sale at from 20c. to 35c. per remainder of the tax, or the ((21)) two ami,
been doing a deservedly good business. On Rea Miss Doak, Pittsburg, Pa G Leve W
of railway as any in the country. ; dozen, at STARK'S, one-half mills of the tax thus assessed shall
( last in the hotel Austin, Mrs J Bradford, C F Ketcham and be
Wednesday every room was Second street. paid in cash, bonds or coupons.
wife C A Oakes, New York Percy C Stod-
The Itlnto Carnival. ; Passed first
reading January 2 1SS.tRules
1 i : occupied. dard, Mountaindale, N Y ; Thos Allison and ,
To Rent.
The carnival and and passed second readin
Mr. Gustave Love is in town in the interest masquerade hop given wife, Philadelphia; H Cook,Pennsylvania; January 2, 1884. !
by the Fernandina Roller Club last Claude A Williams Desirable house, pleasantly l located.2t .
" Skating Indianapolis P Peck-
of his new and extensive railroad and steam- ; FRED. W. HOYT. Read third time, and adopted January ''.
ham and wife Miss Mamie L Peckham Mrs
well attended the unfavorable ,
night was despite 1884. -
boat connections, all closely allied with the Annie A Parsons, St Louis ; James R Howe
interests of our city. weather, and was, in all respects, a Brooklyn, N Y. Notice to TaxPayers.I FRED W. HOYT,

thorough success. For skating and dancingthe am now prepared. to receive the taxes President of Council, pro (em.
HOUSE. Attest
Mr. H. :
Fairbanks foreman of
the Florida Henry, Central & Western, shops at weather could not well have been more G A Thatcher, New Jersey; R A Dunn, for the 1883.city of Fernandina J. MEDDAUGH assessed for, the W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.

suitable: but for those who came as specta- H McLaughton, Boston ; J P Hodges, ChasE year Approved :

Jacksonville was wantonly killed by an intoxicated tors, and sat still all the evening, it was Taylor, Florida; A A Pierce Bangor, Me; Fernandina, December City 15,Tax 1883.Collector. F. C. SUHRER.
man on Monday. John M Tison, Ga; S D Green and wife, _Acting Mayor.[
hardly as comfortable as might have been.A .
Troy, 0 ; J T Strong and son, Plainfield, In;
Mr. P. Peckham, wife and daughter of great many we"e kept away by the cold, Mrs M Murray, Indianapolis ; D K Cox and 1,000,000 Brick for Sale, PROPOSALSTY'ILLBERECEIVEDBYCITYCLEnK

; St. Louis, Mo., arrived at the Egmont Thursday who on a milder night would probably have wife, Pulaski Tenn ; JV Cregg and wife, At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick }

evening. Mr. Peckham is a regular vis- been present.A Richmond. Ind ; Fred Edgecomb, Waverly, 2Jx4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON & Co., 1 r T WM. F. WOOD,JR., at his store, where
NY; M: E Hunt Jacksonville, T W Harris, 46-4m specifications can be seen, for opening drains,
itor to our State every winter. quadrille in masks and a march terminating Ocala J Buzzell Macon, Ga. and Central
; Mass; R B Hilliard: Sav- keeping Park in good sanitary
with the simultaneous unmasking of annah ; W.-J -Lee, Jonesboro, Ga ; H Mann, condition for such time as bidders anil(
Mr. Bisbee has introduced a number of Amelia Beach.
all participants were very pleasant features Miss F Clarke ; St Marys ; I S O'Neill, New Council may agree upon ; bidders to have
private and some public bills for public of the entertainment. The music the Hope; J J Abrams, Miss Wells, Savannah : THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the use of the park for cultivation in paymentfor
buildings. Jacksonville ought to get a was Senator Farrell, Rochester, NY ; Wm T supervision of Mrs. Sweeney: who will be such drainage.
i liberal appropriation for a public building best of the season, and seemed in no way Birdsall, New York ; G M Blitch, Florida ; pleased to receive her old friends::: and the Bv order of Council.

impaired by its elevation from the stage to Bishop Thomas Bowman St Louis; A L public generally. Choicest oysters fish,etc., G. F. AVERY,
; for the counts, etc.. the gallery. Proskry, Phoenix, Fla; Wm H Simpson, Jr, constantly on hand. tf. Chairman Committee on Streets and Drains!
wife and child Jacksonville A E Barnes
: Rev. C. M. Beckwith of Atlanta, Ga., is The costumes were remarkably good and Miss M D Neddleton, New ;York ; Geo D,

: recruiting his health here, having learned by most of the characters admirably carried Watson, Fla ; J E Drayton, H A Pattison, I

past experience that it can be most certainly out. More attention was paid to the dis- C L Robinson, F T Barclay, Jacksonville; :

done at Fernandina. As usual, he has accommodations guise of naturalness than before, which resulted J H Ashdown and wife, Mrs Crowson and !
... two daughters, Winnepeg, Man ; J F Lew-
o at the Egmont. in considerable false conjecture. ton, DeLand Chas S
; ; Apte, Philadelphia ; NEW GOODS
commenced at 10 o'clock and C S Lee Worcester Mass F E
Dancing was ; Neddletonand
The State of Texas sailed for New York on
continued until midnight. The followingwere wife, Scranton, Pa ; Henry Russell and -
Thursday night with the following cargo : wife, Miss A C Russell, J L Blaisdell and
of the characters and
001 boxes oranges, 360 barrels rosin, 20 bar- some principal wife, Syracuse, N Y ; Miss Schofield Stam

rels syrup 134 cases cedar, 12 logs cedar 12 impersonators: ford. Conn ; John H Delmont, Ga C 'V S 2j
Mrs. Wood and Miss Simpson represented Harshman, J H Stoney, Norwalk, Fla ; C
bales sea island cotton, 38 packages mer- "Night," in handsome and appropriate cos- Woodill, Captain Wm Baker and wife New I BOOTS [

chandise.Mr. York; J D Bellott,Boston; J II Burst, Jack-
tumes. sonville; R Harrison, Amelia. j _
and Mrs. W. J. Bruce, of Burlington '
Music" was represented by Miss Willie
N. J. in city this week. Mr. Bruce
were our
i Harn, and "Painting" by Mrs. Gray, of Minneapolis Range of Thermometer o V
the Pennsylvania Railroad. He A
represents who wore a. necklace of color tubes FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, c. y
I was enthusiastic over our magnificent beach IIORSEY'S DRUG STORE. : COMPLETE STOCK
and skirt fringed with pencil brushes, etc. H
and the of the where he
quality Egmont, Miss Amelia Stark, dressed al in white, .: : ...:. ....:. 00 FOR
S ...
was a guest. made a very pretty Snow-Ball," and Mrs. I.9 M, Wind STREET AND DRESS. 00
c .. ..
:Mr. the skillful Centre ... e-i :: ::
on Hillyer was eleganily dressed as a Moorish CO c) --
street, received a diploma at the Louisville :
lady.Mrs. Saturday...._Jan. 5 42 64 56 42 N. W.
exhibition for his beautiful workmanship R. W. Southwick, in a dual costume, Sunday,,_.,.,...., 6 26 40 38 36N.. W. == LADIES' AND GENTS',

: displayed on shells, alligator teeth and Flor- puzzled almost every one by appearing early Monday .....,.,.,., 7 36 49 48 47 / N. E.

: ida curiosities. :Mr. Ansley's collection of in the evening in a pink domino and later Tuesday............. 8 / 59 69 66 58 W. MISSES, NCHILDREN'S
....... 9 28 50
Wednesday 52 49 'V.Thursday..10 Cd
fancy work of this description is well worth r.
in pure white costume representing"Snow. / 59 70 69 E.

visiting. The Florida Mirror was handsomely com- Friday ...._........11 60 //70 172 69 S. E. ANDINFANTS'

Some of the orange trees which add muchto plimented by two of our charming young Z

the beauty of our streets and enclosures, ladies, Miss Jennie Maxwell and Miss Jen- MARINE. N

will be shorn of their beauty for a while by nie Taylor, who appeared in costumes made = r

the falling of their leaves. With rain and up entirely of copies of the paper dotted Port. of Fernandina. -

warm weather they will soon rally. Many with little round mirrors. HIGH WATER. M NU
Saturday, Jan. 12...... 7:48 A.M. 8:10 P. M.
of the larger trees will probably not lose Two little Shakers,in the persons of Annie Sunday, 13...... 8:37" 8:58 "

: their leaves. Hill and Lizzie Fletcher, looked very sweet, Monday, 14...... 9:23" 9:44 v

,, More street lamps are needed on some of and acted their part to perfection. Tuesday, "" 15.1004. 10:27 :

.. our prominent thoroughfares. Seventh streetis Miss Lula Schuyler appeared as BlueBeard's Thursday Wednesday, 17..11:25 16..10:44." 11:53 11:09"" IMPROVED STYLES, .

the main entrance to the city via the coun- wife; Mamie de Forest a pretty Friday, :11 "

ty road. Lamps are needed at the corner flower girl; while Miss Maggie Zolowsky, fn PERFECT FITTING,

of Cedar and Date streets. Seventh street i is as the "Daughter of the Regiment,'" was ENTERED
Jan. 5-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes, [ GREAT VARIETY,
the principal avenue in the southern por nicely gotten np; Lula Pope made a pretty Savannah, with freight and

tion of the city. little "Bo-Peep;" Grace Leddy as a sailor' passengers, to W. B. Tucker,
girl and Lizzie Gunn as a Spanish girl looked agent. tt
The annual conference of the M. E. very nice. 11 7S. P. St. Nicholas, White, Savan- r I FAIR PRICES 4'W I Itt

Church has been in session in the M. E. nah; with freight and passen- .
house of worship on Ash street during the Of gentlemen present, Charley Stark acted gers, to W. B. Tucker, agent. Cd
well the part of a Choctaw Indian ; Sammy 8-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542
present week. Bishop Bowman, of St. NT
l Swann was well made up as a Spanish mat- tons, New York: freight and
Louis, presides. We learn there is a very passengers, to R. Southwick
adore William F. Wood Jr.
; was a capital
good attendance of ministers and lay mem agen t.u T
bers. "Uncle Sam," and Judge Hillyer as the 9-S.. .P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes,

. Grand Mogul, was a good character. G. R. Savannah ; with freight and passengers lJ. ESO i

' HON.: D. L. YULSE, in company with Capt. Hubby was well disguised as "Father Time." to W. Tucker, agent.

i D. Maxwell, visited his grove on Loch- 10-S.P.St.Nicholas, White,Savannah; .
Johnnie McGiffin
represented a Chinaman, with and
loosa Lake, on Thursday of last week, and I Iq freight passengers, to
in a genuine Chinese costume; Eddie Gray W. B. Tucker, agent. < .
q so satisfied is he that there is profit in the made a first-rate young Scotch Highlander,, 11-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes, r. t:;

i q future looming up there,as evidenced by the and Scriven Dozier, as a negro dude,'' was Savannah ;with freight and passengers FERNANDINA, FLA.
1 ridiculously good; George Bender and C. H. to W. B. Tucker 7fJ
;. management so far carried on by P. N. W. agent.
i Leggett represented negro minstrels; Irvin; 12-S. P. St. Nicholas, White Savannah -
King that he has given orders to have much *
Schuyler personated "Blue Beard, and with freight and pas-
.. : more done, and at once. A nice commodious Master Waas a shepherd boy. sengers, to W. B. Tucker agent. .

1 residence is to be put up for Mr. King, Other costumes were present including CLEARED. ARRIVING WEEKLY

t in the centre of the grove, that he may have have tlieusual"dominoesaridmilitary escaped our dress, which 5-Schr. John H. May, Riggs, Phila-

a bettter chance to watch the fruit, much of The club will soon memory.announce other enter delphia Bro. ; lumber, L. A Davis &

S which has been purloined. Another residence tainments, and meanwhile will continue Jan. 7-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes

ll i is to erected foremploy sand then their regular skating on Tuesday and Friday Savannah, with freight and passengers

another will be put up near the track of the nights. by W.B.Tucker, agent. -

., Peninsular Railway, around which the The result of carrying pocket pistols was 8-S.P.StNicholasWhiteSavannah ;

grounds will be laid out with a taste commensurate illustrated at Jacksonville. A man who W.with B.freight Tucker and, agent.passengers, by 1 Like an Evil Spirit.In .

J ; with the means and well knowntaste had been drinking suddenly roused up and 9S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes, olden times it was thought that evil spirits came in through cracks

of the proprietor. The land is to be shot an estimable mechanic. A young man Savannah ; with freight and and The
passengers, by W. B. Tucker, keyholes. generally approved way to keep them out was to plug
immediately surveyed and fenced the under at a billiard-room felt suddenly an impulseto
r agent. up the keyholes and stop the cracks with cotton. Notwithstanding these
+ :'. brush cleared out, which will give use his pistol on the proprietor with State of
passengers 10S.: S. Texas, Risk, 1,542 preventive measures, the evil things had their own way and often came in
i on passing trains a view of the lake, and] probably fatal results. A young fellow eat .-,4tons, New York ; with freight as they pleased.So .

.1 other work done to render the location as ing his supper, annoyed by a drunken negro, and passengers,by R.W. South-
wick agent. comes malaria nowadays.Ve try to keep it out of the keyhole
shot him with his
attractive as its position and surroundings convenient pistol, for lO :=S
-. P.St.Nicholas.White, Savannah ; and it in the crack. We the crack it froma
comes by and lo!
i deserve. :Mr. Ynlee's residence will be tunately without a fatal result. How many with freight and passengers, by stop up comes

about one and a half miles north of Loch- such walking armories have we about us, W. B. Tucker, agent. leak in the plumbing, or an opening from some neglected drain, or from

$ loosa station, and about four and a half.. ready in a moment to send forth the fatal 1 12-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes some unsuspected source and unguarded direction.
i l ; miles south of Hawthorn, and its proximityJ' bullet at the least provocation or none at I Savannah passengers,; by W.freight B. Tucker and, We cannot always keep malaria out, but we can give it battle and

to the notable Lochloosa Lake will make it all. The pocket pistol needs suppression. agent. drive its effects from our systems. If BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is taken in

t r one of the places in the future to which ordinances We favor the being requiring limited of all to not pocket less pistol than 1 11 -S.P.with St.Nicholas freight and,White Savannah ; time, malaria has not a ghost of a chance. This is the great family medi

will be attracted.Waldo passengers, by cine. Your sells it and bottle in the house.
many twenty pounds weight. W. B. Tucker, agent. druggist you ought to keep a