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 19, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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TIlE TRANSIT RAILROAD. bride's father on the evening of the 4th inst. WASHINGTON. tables that is now being shipped, and that is NEWS NOTES.

in Charleton county, Elder John Knight likely to be shipped in future from Georgiaand

THE LINE THROUGH THE TOWDEFI "Last winter a year ago my son JosephM.
NATELY LOCATED. Mrs. David Tanner has an egg, layed by the Editor of the Mirror: Brown, General Passenger Agent of the York.

On Friday last Major J. W. Bushnell, one of her hens, which resembles in shape a WASHINGTON, D. C., January 12. Western & Atlantic Railroad Company said A NEW stock company has been formed to

chief engineer of the Transit & Peninsular perfect bottle, with neck, stopper and all. Through force of custom the country has to me and the Superintendent that he intended publish a daily morning paper in Palatka.

in Tavares, together with This is indeed a warning to temperance lec- learned to expect no solid work from Con- next summer-meaning the summerof
Railroad, arrived 1882-to ship 500 car loads of watermelons worthy friend, Ned E. Farrell has
Mr. Little his assistant, and these gentlemen turers when chickens get to laying bottledegg.nog. gress prior to the. holidays. But the play West over the Western & Atlantic Railroad.I been elected and installed :Mayor of Waldo.A .

_ with Mr. St. Clair-Abrams, the con- Wonder what that hen would days being over, the new officers! elected, the told him that I feared he had sent his
figures a little too He said TOBACCO dealer recently from Havana
sell for in the Jacksonville market high. :
? and
and Mr. R. E. Dasher, proceeded to committees formed, the legislative
tractor, "* No. I will to the coast and SouthWest died in New York on Tuesday of yellow
the line of road between Embr)"'s grove, on You gave me credit for sending you or- machinery all in working order, the new Georgia and go attend one or two meet-- fever. ti

Lake Harris, and Dead river. The result of anges, when the same is due to Mr. GeorgeW. body began on Monday' the work of the ings of the Fruit Growers' Association and

was determination to estab- Bryce, and I take pleasure in makingthe session. Should it accomplish what is de- lay before them the facts and our facilities Six HUNDRED THOUSAND cigars were shipped ,
the inspection for transportation and will induce them to from Key West to New York "-
at once on the stretchof correction.The demanded of it, it will. be a phenomenal on one stearne .
lish working camps plant heavily and I will not be disappointedin last week. -
southeast of Cunningham's recent rains have tilled our streams Congress. It is expected to pass a tariff bill ; The -:'. .
low land I lying my figures summer of 1882 passed KEY .
and also another camp between Dead again to the delight and comfort of plant in the interests of the 'people that will do and before the end of it we had shipped over WEST imported 32,250 gallons of wine

grove,and the Ocl+law aha river, so as to have and anima! away with the Treasure-surplus, and it is the Western & Atlantic Railroad nearly 800 and 675 bales of leaf tobacco from Cuba dur-
river car loads of watermelons to the West. ing last December.
Coughs and colds disturb the healthof .
at these points completed as only also expected to pass an inter-state com
the grading the section. bill Presidential succession bill and "This winter a year ago the General A PETROLEUM well lately sunk in the Baku
so as to avoid the possibility merce a ,
rapidly as possible Freight Agent said he intended in the sum-
of any delay by reason of bad weather, several economical appropriation bills. It mer of 1883 to ship 2,000 carloads of melons district of Russia promises to surpass the

conditions being now exceedingly favor- Callahan Notes.To is not expected to interfere with the internal West over the Western & Atlantic. The most famous "gushers of this country. It

the Bush- revenue system at all. President and Superintendent again thought is said to be yielding from 7,000 to 8,000 bar-
able for grading. On Saturday Major the Editor of the Florida Mirror: his figures extravagant but he correspondedwith rels
establishing the line through Under the most favorable circumstances, the a day.
nell began CALLAHAN, FLA., January 14th. persons selling fruit at different .
Tavares, and completed the work on Mon and with the least possible degree of factious Western centres, and with the chief fruit THE dead body of Charles Delmonico, the
I have been waiting for the finger of Timeto
The route begins on the shore of Lake obstruction. Congress cannot hope to make growers in upper Florida and the lower half millionaire New York restauranteur, who
day. thaw and turn up something new around of Georgia and part of South Carolina.
the foot of Central avenue and more than a beginning of the great work of two weeks ago was reported as missing by
Dora, at Callahan, but all in vain. Last week one "The summer of 1883 passed, and before
traverses the lake shore to the vicinity of would have thought they lived nearer the revenue reform ; but a beginning will most the end of it 2,470 car loads of melons had the New York papers was found in the

Texas avenue, when it curves and crosses probably be made.A passed West over the Western & Atlantic woods on Orange Mountain, N. J., on Monday -
North than Florida. The cold wind
pole Railroad. This will give some idea of
of caution the you last. He had
feeling prevails among exhibited of
and Pulsifer signs mental
Mill avenue, Barrow avenues, drove us in the house without either fire or the melon business. Prior to 1882 scarcelyany
of the Hereit Democratic majority in the House, and no of that infirmity for some months. He left New
to the vicinity bearing grove. jugs the rain wet the coat of the frogs, shipments character had been
curves again and proceeds on a straightline ; purely political measures are likely to be made. The large number of nearly 800 cars York suddenly on the 5th, and could not be
and set them piping the new has set
Ocklawaha river. On New Year's ; year put forward during the, few early weeks of in 1872 was regarded as extraordinary, but traced until his body was found as above
to theold maids leaping, and they better had in a single year the number leaped up from
day the small force that had been gathered leap now, for the distance is widening each the new year. Individual views upon nearly 800 to 2.500 car loads and it is hardto stated. Death ensued from exposure to the
\ Dasher work financial and economic questions, as em- what the number be this cold weather.A .
began say
together by clearing will be too old to much may year.
day. They jump
bodied in the bills already introduced and Of course there were extensive shipmentsmade
and at this the work is
of writing TERRIBLE catastrophe occurred the
right way on
four hence let them
years so jump. to be introduced will be discussed without over the other lines going into the
being pushed as rapidly as the few handscan The hammers of workingmen sound loud West from the South. These passed over a Bradford, Bordell & Kinzua Railway near

do it. Mr. Dasher left Tavares on Tues- and fast. Mr. Charles Mahoney's new resi- leading to immediate action. The three appropriation single road. I think therefore, you peopleof Bradford, Pa., on Tuesday last. A streamof
bills placed before the House Louisville need not fear much scarcity of waste oil
day evening for the purpose of gathering a : flowing across the railway caught
dence is nearing completion, when it is
the Fortifications Military delicious Southern melons in future.
this week
for He i fire as the train from
force of 250 men grading. expectsby finished he begins another. passenger Wellsvillefor
and Pension bills, "I understand the planters in lower
next Monday to have a force of from 75 Mr. O'Donald is planning a new hotel. Academy were Georgia and preparing for a much heavier Bradford ran into it, and the train was
first action of for
selected for the Congress
to 100 at work, as all the preliminaries have This is a step in the right direction. We crop this year and they probably raise as immediately enveloped in flames. The
been arranged. need accommodation. We have the reason they give rise to less debate than fine as can be produced elsewhere." track for fully one hundred and sixty yardswas

Building the trestles will begin the latter more trains and others, it being expedient to get rid of thoseon Well,"Senator, what about the vegetable covered with oil. It is believed that the
twenty-four a day, nearly everyone business?
part of the month, as it will take till then to brings a number of tourists. which all agree, and prepare for a long "I have not the date in reference to vege- gas arising therefrom, coming in contact
debate upon measures which are sure to call tables that I have in with the fire of the
get out the piles and procure the pile drivers. The turpentine men are busy making reference to melons. engine, exploded, firing
It is proposed to complete the trestles in six boxes in the The forth a diversity of views. The main issue All that I can say is that the trade in vege- the,oilvand spreading on the hurricane'swing
friendly pine. orange tables is increasing. Fine vegetables of
the tariff
weeks after the work begins. The piles for between the two political parties, enveloped the doomed train in an instant -
trees here stood the recent cold snap bravely, every character needed on the table can be
the Dead river bridge will be among the having gone through former trials. question, will most.probably be the last dis raised in South Florida any mont duringthe in a blazing mass. So intense was the

first driven, so that there might not be any When "thinker thaws and cussed. winter, and almost every month in the heat that windows cracked and fell in, and

delay in the construction of the bridge. It my" some- There is decided activity among the vari- year in Northern Florida and lower Georgia, in less time than it takes to write it, the pas-
turns hear
thing new up you may again.W. The quantity can be increased to any extent
of them met
House committees
is doubtful if any bridge piling will be neces- C. C.New"Cliannei"at ous Many necessary, and our transportation lines are senger coach and baggage car were converted

sary across the Ocklawaha as one of the this week for the first, time, organized, arranged being so improved, and our freight trains for into a mass of fire. It was a terrible

; hammock mounds will probably be sufficientto 'the'-.St.-"Johns Bar. for. their regular. -meeting. and did fruit move with such rapidity and regularity, moment. The coach was filled with passengers -
considerable legislative work. Among the that there is no "difficnlty aboutshipping: to '
support the bridge piers. Major Bushnellwill and there was a rush for the doors,
It is reported that a new channel has recently the West. In,a few years you can have anyquantity
determine this in a couple of weeks. been found at the mouth of the St. fourteen bills introduced in the House dur- of the finest character of vegetables but the heat was so intense that the panic-

that the the ing the week were a series of bills and reso- which people need." stricken driven back
Now anc1-
holidays are over layingof Johns river, running parallel with the south your may passengers were

the steel rails to Leesburg will be resumed, beach, and about half a mile distant from lutions bearing on the question of adoptingsome "Is there anything else that is likely to forced to jump through the windows, land-
measure of retaliation against foreign grow into a large business between Georgiaand ing in the A relief train with
and it is expected that by the time the track snow. surgeons
the channel heretofore used, but now closed. Florida to the West?"
reaches there the grading to Embry's will be There seems to be a continual change goingon governments, which have prohibited the Yes ; the orange will astonish you in a and cots" was despatched to the scene. Uponits

completed, thus enabling the contractor to in the waters and channels at the mouthof importation of American pork. Several of few years. This is the first season that oranges arrival there a terrible sight presented

continue the work of track laying withoutany the most important committees have been in any considerable quantity by the itself. The passenger and baggage car werea
our great water-way.-Jacksonville Herald.
interruption.Tavares Herald. called upon to consider the question, viz,: car-load have been shipped directly West mass of smoking ruins. The engine lay
over the lines of railroad. The business is
WHT THE PINES DON'T GROW. the Ways and Means, the Foreign Affair, and entirely in its infancy, but the general on its back, having turned a complete

Notes from Brandy Branch. Covering wide areas of land in Florida are the Commerce Committees. These bills were freight agent of the Western & Atlantic, somersault. Three of the passengers were

millions of sleek pine saplings," as theyare offered by Messrs. Kasson, of Iowa; Deuster, who was here the other day, informed me burned to death and twenty-two others are

BBANDY BRANCH, FLA., January 17,1884. called, that have made scarcely perceptible of Wisconsin ; Browne, of Indiana; Towns- that he was now carrying from five to ten terribly injured, six of whom probably fatal.
in the of car-loads:! a day of Florida oranges over the
To the Editor of the Mirror: growth memory living men, bend of Illinois, and Anthony, of Rhode road West.
and it is a popular opinion that they never
, Death's keen and relentless scythe has will grow to saw-log size, and a matter of Island, showing that a remarkable unan- "There is probably no place on the globe HALF FROZEN ON A WRECK.

been making terrible vacancies recently in wonder how they grew to what they are. imity sentiment prevails over a wide sec- where the orange grows to greater perfectionthan
our midst. few since I had the and how many centuries were consumed iii in all the southern portion of Florida.
Only a days tion of country in favor of taking immediate TERRIBLE SUFFERING OF A CREW ON A DIS-
attaining their present diameter of four, six, The people of Florida are awake to the im-
i painful occasion to note the death of Mr. eight or ten inches. The annual bud accre- steps to deal with the subject in a business- portance of the question. They are planting MANTLED SCHOONER OFF CAPE HATTERAS.

Jackson Pringle; and now. in the midst of tion of the top has pulled them up to lofty like manner.In immense numbers of orange trees. The brig Ascot, which arrived yesterday

the widow's afflictions and sufferings, beforethe height, with about the proportions of a fish- the President's message to Congress "I recollect when at Jacksonville in from Porgresso, brought Capt.Robinson and
ing-pole as to comparative length and thick- March 1880 I took seven sailors who were rescued last Wednesday -
sod has settled around the last resting Tuesday, he commented favorably upon the up a paper publishedat
ness. Surveyors will find their old marks Palatka, giving the statistics of the orange from the schooner Maggie M. Rivers off
place of her husband, another of the familyin annual of the Mississippi river commission Hatteras.It .
made report Cape
forty years years ago, or more,just culture in Putnam county Florida. A very i
the prime of life and of manhood, is suddenly "barked over" on trees that they would and recommended the early pas- energetic committee of that county had was about daylight when Capt. Cale of
still think too small for landmarks if taken the the of the Ascot, saw the stump of a mast about
called upon to meet his Maker beyondthe larger sage of a bill for the improvement of the pains to get name every
could be found in place. Larger trees of male female, bachelor widow four miles to the leeward. The brig bore
or or ,
distant stars. "In the midst of life we river. When Carlisle laid the mes- person
down and the lookout that it
their kind grew among them, were cut for who had orange trees, and the exact number saw was a ves-
are in death is vividly and forcibly calledto the saw nearly half a century ago, and these sage submitting the report before the House, that each had, and I recollect that their sel. She was dismasted and waterloggedand

our memory, when we remember that buta refuse to succeed them in dimension size Mr. Willis, of Kentucky, chairman of the statistics showed that there was in round the sea was making a clean breach over

few days since we beheld with pleasurethe -and why? Committee on Rivers and Harbors, and Mr. numbers 37,000 trees in bearing in that the wreck. Through his glasses Capt. Cale
We have a theory which we give for whatit county. The estimate was that there were saw eight men clinging to the life ropes aft
apparently healthy features and robust is worth. and if it is not the true one we King, of Louisiana, chairman of the Com- 38,000 additional trees that would bloom of the deck-house. This seemed to be the

frame of Kinsey Chambus Pringle, whose give up the question. These "sleek sap mittee upon Levees and Improvement of the next spring and be in bearing the next yearor only place of safety, as the sea was tossing

soul is now mingling with those of another lings" cannot grow because they are starved Mississippi river, each moved that the matterbe two. There were then a little over 100.000 the broken spars and lumber in all direc-
sphere. He almost to death-and still live on merely to trees that had been set out in groves, and tions. A lifeboat apparently in good con-
died at the of 23 the
age on referred to his committee. This
gave dition not feet from the
hung twenty
sigh above the arid waste that mocks over 500,000 of young scions from the seed away
night of the 11th inst. at his mother's, afteran their struggle for useful existence. It is not rise to a general debate, developing the in the nurseries, making in all about 1,000- sailors, who were unable to reach it on account -

illness of one week. He leaves many the ground that starves them, for it raised views of seven Congressmen upon a subject 000 orange trees, large and small, at that of the heavy sea.
friends and relatives to mourn his sudden their majestic fathers, and nature gave it to likely to attract national attention. The time in the county of Putnam. It is safe to Capt. Cale signalled)) to them to launch
and suit the tree. They are starved by fire, for say that two-thirds of those that were then their small)) boat, whch they did after two
untimely departure. The distressed their parents grew large, and they too. were House voted to refer the message to the in the nursery have by this time been planted hours' hard work.

mother has the sincere condolence of the growing before it became the custom to Committee on Rivers and Harbors. Duringthe in groves. There are, therefore, probably When the wrecked crew reached the Ascot

writer and her many friends.Mr. burn over the land. Then they stopped, discussion the irrepressible member from 750,000 orange trees in that single county, they were almost exhausted, and had to be
for called the which will be within the treated with great care. The wrecked
they on ground for the soil all of bearing next
Milton Ivy, a gentlemen long knownto elements they needed, and these were destroyed Colorado, :Mr. Belford, who is never so un- ten years. schooner left Fernandina, Fla., three weeks

the people of Baldwin, committed suicideat in the burned foliage that they had happy as when lost to sight got an opportunity There are many others, I suppose, that ago bound for Washington, D. C. She

that place on the 14th inst. by taking a shed to go to decay and restore what they to say that the Ways and Means are quite as well adapted to the business. St. carried a cargo of lumber. When a few

dose of morphine. It seems that for sometime had taken from it a previous year. Go intoa Committee was composed of the brains of Johns river affords easy transportation for a miles south of Cape Hatteras on the night of
pine grove protected from fire and you will) large section of the territory of Florida, and 7th inst., the vessel was caught in a violent
his mind had been in a state of depres- find the ground below the thrifty trees coy the House, and the Appropriations Com- railroads are being rapidly extended through hurricane, which completely dismasted her.

lion, though no one thought of his serious ered as deep with straw as it would be if the mittee of the white-buttoned mandarins," every important part of the State. It will Then she sprung! a leak and soon became

intention of killing himself; yet on the day heaviest grain crops that ever grew were whatever that may be. The other committees therefore, be only a few years before there water-logged. The storm moderated, but,
that mowed season after season and left the will be trees in Florida in the tremendous sea made it impossible for
he upon 5,000,000 orange
did the fatal act, he told some of his he said, were slaves, and compelled to
to tread the deck and as the
ground. Kept cool and moist by the super- bearing, and there will be ample transportation anyone men
friends that he wanted strychnine with incumbent mass, the straw steadily decaysat bow their necks and ask the Speaker to to bring out the crop. could not get below, they were obliged to

which to poison himself. So little was the bottom, and restores to the soil the recognize them, but he thanked heaven the "The number of boxes of the fruit that seek safety behind the deck-house. For
thought which the tree had taken from it will be out in of fourteen hours, through the night of the 8th
of it, however, that he was allowedto properties House was now under the control of Southern shipped a quarter a century
and constantly adds to its fertility beyondthe from now will reach many millions every inst., the men clung to the life-ropes, their
go on and do he and Western who would unlock
as pleased, with the abovesad men, bodies three-quarters submerged in the
needs of the tree. The pine cannot be year. They will be carried like the water-
result. He leaves a wife and several an exception to all other tree growth. The the Treasury vaults and improve the water- melons are now or in large quantities by water, and the waves washing over them.

children to mourn over his misfortune. hammocks, the thickets, the hard-wood ways of the country, to the end that the interests thousands of car-loads, and the business will Loose lumber and spars were dashing hither
forests where trees and shrubs and become of immense to the and thither,threatening at every moment to
Norman grow one importance
Hicks a two-year-old child of Mr. of the people would not be overboredby
strike them. The vessel slowly breaking
Jack shed their leaves to decay,constantly become health and comfort and will be a great was -
Hicks, who lives but a few miles from richer and the growth more vigorous. Stop the railroad corporations of the country. luxury, to the people. But the orange is to pieces, and the pangs of hunger and

this' place, died of typhoid fever on the 22d burning the pine straw and the grass, and not the only tropical fruit that can be raised ; thirst began to assail them yet they were
ultAs inestimable for the in Florida. The citron of powerless to reach the cabin, where water
we remember the words of Christ, thereby doing damage FLORIDA AND GEORGIA. abundantly commerce
h Buffer little sake of a few seven-dollar cattle, and the grows as finely on Indian river as it and canned meat could be procured.The .
children to come unto me, andlorbid land will improve,and other growthwhichcannot does probably anywhere. The banana, the men saved nothing but the clothes
them not," etc., we know that her survive fire in the first season as the pine-apple and the guava all do well in that they wore. Copt. Robinson is of the opinion
soul has found a blissful abode witb the pine can-will come to help with decaying DUCTS OF THESE STATES. climate and it is said that the cocoanut tree I that had the rescuing bark been five hours

father who gave it and this alone should foliage the reclamation of the soil. Continue Some days ago Senator Brown gave Hon. is being transplanted from Cuba to Florida, later the men would have been frozen to
and much land will become and that it will do well in all the death.
burning, so exhausted Henry Watterson a talk on the future of admirably .
.e COnsoling and lasting comfort to the affectionate The Maggie M.Rivers when abandoned lay
that it will not grow' any grass, or | southern part of the State.
parents who than Georgia and Florida and the products of For melons and in the direct path of navigation, but it is be-
might will it otherwise. even support pine saplings, any more t peaches, apples grapes
.Ir Nathan Hod fie and Miss Sarah Thom- would the desert of Sahara. Pine straw, these States. The talk appeared in the shapeof the State of Georgia is greatly superior to lieved that she has before this broken to

as. the beautiful though of small value as a fertilizer of any- an interview in the Courier-Jurnal. Florida, but for the production of tropical pieces. She was worth $15,000, and was
Thomas daughter of Mr. Riley thing else, is the natural fertilizer;! of the pine. 'ell. Senator, can you give me some fruits we have nothing in the Union to com- owned by Messrs. Dun& Elliott, of Thomaston -
were married at the house of the tree.-Tallahassee Floridian. facts about the quantity of fruit and vege- pare with her.-Savannah News. Me.





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CHRISTENING THE. HOME. tales of Fortunatus, or Cinderella, or the \I and that they' were somewhat connected wreaths Padeen's -
wondering dreamy "Yes I knoII -
gaze .
"II golden parrot and the bunch of speaking with the periodical booming of that far-away extended forward the and the
The final blow was struck to day leaves. Of those past firelight But will they come out in
.. course, golden mountainswere church bell but beyond that he knew nothing rosy faces fronting him into the shadowsand weather ?" *> spite of the
The final nail driven
was : rare, and the privation -and scarcely about them. Of course, the old parish obscurity beyond. It was one of the "There will be
,i { The! last )young workman's got his pay. conscious pain were constant factors in his priest had visited Kitty and Hughie moments theblessed sacrament
happy that
many in the sad-
::t l Picked up his screws and chisels- life but then what of that since come even know, and Kitty never likes to inks 'that
: nay, ; they are so ;time but Padeen had been at the moss, or dest lives and the .
"t' 'J Just young priest falling on Oh, yes, I'm sure she'll "
touched his and in all lives come.
? Padeen
cap gone away, not sentimentalist
was a with
goslings, or playing, perhaps, in it reproached himself for his "
"fi;1; : And let us here thank heaven and those clear soft, soulless eyes of the swamp among the rushes and yellow the morning. In this one poor murmuring cabin there of saying If it to was herself only not h Sunday that ," Margit was

1 It's bare, but we'll dispense to-night his saw distinctly enough that he was no lily flowers at these times, and so had always was that which but a little ago he had de- bowl of hot broth to so I could have a
With worse off than his neighbors. He wasnobody's missed him. Thus it had happened that of give her! But, then
; hangings and stamped leather! spaired finding time for rest and love. there would not be broth for
r I'll start a blaze and strike a light, child but ties of kindred don't the ten-year-old little Irish boy, in the so- 41 And it's his riverence sure enough besides Father James all of them'and ,

.' And bring our basket for a bite, count for much where pockets are empty called priest-ridden land, had never seen through the rain and darkness." Kitty de- more than he gives away far

J And you shall spread the board aright. and hearts'are' warm, and Padeen knew one of the clergy of his own denomination.ii. posited her youngest hope on his bare feet of his winter coat can spare.this There is the price
.1 thoroughly well that Kitty and gone very day
Hughie saw to buy
\nd-well we're here and "
together.: rose courtesying and smiling. If
firing for the "
I yer Macmenamins.
no reason to distinguish him from any of All her
; That bench is just the seat for two- their own sons. riverence would dhraw up ,to the fire and master's pecuniary affairs were known
q The drizzling rain bad become a down- would be seated," offering him her own Margit and how to
Be careful while I move it; And then he loved them, and was growing thesmallness of his income
pour that soaked the spongy meadows lay stool, "an you Padeen, get up an' give me pinched him
I'll fold my coat across for you- useful. Already he could carry as heavya many a time because of the
r. In pools on the ill-kept highways, and the bob. Kitty sat down again, on the vastness of his
> < Don't mind a little paint and glue. burden as Dan, who was three years his benevolence-benevolence
+; There! what could old Cornelius do senior, and he was far more patient and dripped dismally from the few shrubs andbushes duties of hospitality intent, but kept her which she guarded against often, for no

( I it? obedient when that sparsely dotted the landscape. arm round the child she had displaced withan demerit in the recipient
Forgive me 1)) to improve told to fetch and carry. But ever hampered the
The young priest shivered as be drew his instinct of timidity. freedom of the
that was no great merit in Padeen for beloved priest's giving.
i ,r And so it's done-it's really done, the free air and the gray-blue sky, and coat collar higher round his ears and strodeforward 44 And how are you again, my young 44 A copper or a bite of bread to
f i Past making or refusing with swift that crushed friend?" The priest let his soft sad a poor
I ; the long stretches of humid turf and the steps heavily glancerest body is all very well," she would often
iA, \ Another widening life begun, billows of heath here and there into the shrinking turf. Everything around a moment on the child's face. mutter rebelliously when her fresh
i ,' And all our doubtful fancies him depressed him and his heart 441 waited till it dark eggs: and
. i iti J',1.. run into a foam of pink and purple blossoms and lay in his was sir, Padeen newly-churned butter and warm milk were
The solid walls in wind bosom explained
or sun, heavy as lead. apologetically. set down "
to the horizon freely to one but
surging 'so that it any to
t" : Our own, and of our choosing !r pleasure up to quit the smoky, overcrowded was The heavy rain beat like tears against his 44 Through all the rain? I am very sorry." ourselves in want that all the trash leave that

1, pale face, and despair seemed to gather like a You had said I was to wait," Padeen comes this fare like
4 Imagine this in gold and gray, cabin and flit over the earth with fleet bare way may princes it's just
t feet sit cloud around him. How was he to live his answered simply. a sin and waste, though Heaven
V The happy heart a-glitter, or under a cover of coarse sacking, forgive me
life through here? How he laboramong And had no thought but to
::1 Thick stuffs to keep the cold away, among the tufts of rushes in the pasture- was to Do know you obey. for offering to sit in judgment on his rev-
land hearts to whom hope seemed an impossibility you Padeen, men become mar- erence."
Deep shelves of books-in vellum, say- watching that the hornless cow did and heroes "
\ And not wander into ? And ,yet they were so brave tyrs so? Margit's repentant's moods always
beaten brasses the -patctt the followed
corn or 44
and enduring who It did not matter'for him he could
beings so as
;, \. Instead of chips and litter! tato-ridge and dreaming his dreams as the the"poor were hev' closely on these angry soliloquies, and a
rain fell. charge ; so thankful that things were not kept Molly dhry. He's used to wettin's sharp word to her master or about him

Here we shall sit and leave the town Nothing could hinder him dreaming for always at their worst ; so hospitable with ,'' Kitty interposed, determined to ignore her own heart was invariably succeeded by to

To languish-heaven befriend her he had always that heritage of the future to the scraps of oatcake or the cups of milk the priest's acquired Irish, and to show great zeal in his service. And, truth to toil l

.. You in your most bewitching gown, enter upon. Like every other son of Adam which were all they had to give ; so patient him that she knew a second language too. Margit was not without cause of complaint.
I with my paper-upside do\yn- he would attain maturity one day, for whoever from the beginning of their toilsome life tits o Father James was a little startled. Did since all her diligence and economy had

And toasting both my slippers brown thinks of death who is young? And close, when their dying eyes sought the the child's comfort then really matter less result at the parsonage but in increased no

Before me on the fender! maturity meant strength,effort and achieve- figure of embodied'' patience on a cross, dying than the cow's? troops of mendicants, who, as she said,
also ; so simply trustful that there was Padeen is not your own son, Ipre- would
a take the last morsel
' A ment of some sort. Yes Padeen would out of his
here reverence's
cottage long
ago, in life ? he said little
plan somehow, and that things would sume a coldly.
mouth and
and would find himself old would for
f Knee-deep in and clover- grow up, enoughand pray him
grass be equalized one day somewhere. Thepriest's Poor Kitty, who never had known while he starved
big enough to the home-nest and any as if he"could
On this same spot. Esthetic? No quit not
. breath difference in her
came heavily as the wintry feelings toward one child I better for
i' to out into the pray idle rubbish
fly world
A cabin great : that
: maybe, and low, away, away another
before or
where towns built and landscape surged him. From his was quite unconscious of any they were !r'
" A little maid in calico, are great factories
; A clever handed lover. roared, and steam and fire became the slavesof laboring breast an inarticulate cry was goingup implied" rebuke. Plash went the rain heavily against the
to heaven-a for to strew No,sorr, he's not me own;' she answered
man. But of course Padeen would not prayer power a window-panes : puff came a great cloud of

How life, unerring, comes and goes, see those for many a day. At first he would little sunshine the desolate paths trodden cheerfully ; though thruth to tell, that niver smoke backward through the wide chimney
; The by his fellow-men. And yet what could h enthers me mind but when some stranger 44 Quack! 1"
.i,7'- verry same or nearly; only do as Kitty's son did ; go to the nearest easks quack cried the ducks enthusi-
,1 Like us they dreamed of these and those; town at Michaelmas or Lady Day, and hire do? He had visited a score of houses 44 it of me. astically in the yard.

They ate and drank, and planned and chose. with some farmer south, and follow him day where the same hopeless depression lay And do you" kr.ow whose child he is?" Such. weather, and the crops not saved

..', And loved?-a little, I suppose : with his one homespun shirt in his small 1 like a blight ; where gloom and dirt and "Yes, sorr. Kitty looked round at the yet !I' Margit thought, sighing while an

, ;; : But oh not half privations were factors of every-day exist circle of innocent listening faces furtively, inarticulate
so dearly bundle, and so pass away from the moors prayer rose up to the Lord of
,P f forever. ence ; where birth meant pain and maturity before she remembered that she alone of all the harvest. The patches of wet
Xo doubt they saw the splendor die toil and home her household had 'the potatoes
a loveless partnership en- English Yes, and the ridges of
i What he should do at first the drooping corn meant
:Night coming-they must bear it- among entered on as a matter of habit; where there sorr ; there was Hughie's sister Norah, a sustenance to the whole ayear's
who "had" Irish he
t strangers no did not countrysideand
".! t Youth, hope and passion slipping{ by, understand well, but he knew he would were no books no thoughts no attainments, pretty girl but fooledge. She went away the woman knew what the loss of these
Laugter spent the tears run dry : no rest save a little, sitting by the threshold two years: afore we found him by the door." involved for herself and her
have to work hard minding the cattle and employer. The
: ; But did they love as you and I ? or the hearth when the sun had set and i it And you think he is her son ?" personal aspect of other
in the harvest-field
toiling till he people's losses
No, never t 11 could swear it grew strong too dark to work. Yes I
was sorr always-thought so, an' lately touched her most
keenly it does
enough to drive the cart and guide the as so many
The sum of their misfortunes breaks growing like her.
w Whoever loved a wife like mine ? plough. And then he would be paid wages heart and what I do but relieve little my 44 Do know if she married of 41 us.
can you was ?
a then
Now Padeen
Have done with vain consisting of silver shillings and golden you'll be late for
'' denying in detail here and there as I am able?" the No, sorr, I'm feared not. You see, if she mass, if keep idling there "
and then Padeen lost longer.
is shine. guineas maybe
:1 sun sure to --
priest thought and for had been there would have been "
himself in undefined despairingly, the first no need to Yes, I know. lie stood
should reluctantlv
why magnificent specula
happy youths repine, time steal back at
a covetous desire stretched itself out night an' make a foundling of balancing himself, first
on foot
Come then
pledge future in the
our wine
toward the flocks and herds and lands her child and steal "
I and again.
; And make an end of crying! But he would be sorry leaving the glen, away on the other not knowing what was amiss
great possessions of some rich men he had True. The young man stifled a sigh. with him. For the first time
in his
,t -Dora Read Goodale in Harpers' Bazar. and Kitty and Hughie; and Kitty would If life the
known. Kitty's surmises
; a little after him, as she had done after were correct, then the bleak, chill little chapel had no attraction
.i 1 NOBODY'S- 'CHILD. cry Dennis and Brian and Mike. But she wouldbe "To think of stayin' out in rain like that i dream he had dreamed that day, a dream for him ; for the first time in his life lie

'I'I't consoled by degrees as she had been be till ye're wet through ; what's the mania* that had corne at the bidding of those soft, would rather have remained by the bright

1 : 7 fore ; so that should he, ever return to visit of it, ye bad child, )'e1" Kitty asked, liftinga questioning child's eyes. was over. Nothings fire, letting the service go on without him.

". 44 her Dennis had done her th hard hand threateningly toward Padeen'e stained must be offered to the church ; he But that was cowardly and wicked of him,
'I' t. Dong--dong-dong It was the accustomed as bringing
cold red ears.hAn' look at wid not educate Padeen for the
Molly priesthoodnow. Padeen
invitation of the bell hoarded savings of two he would find ; chapel was as cold for
chapel to years,
J' sthrames of water runnin' out of her an'yerself And yet he must do for
Father James for
him and
1 matins, but its mournful monotone, dulled himself half forgotten too, and would see as colder still for
drenched to the skin an' the boy. The child that
not a dry was nobody's must all the half-clad
f the that constrained and troops that, even now, were
by low-lying clouds, had a tone of addedmelancholy Kitty was uncomfortable in the house to change wid !" be his care.
t that in his learned to do rag swarming toward it from hill and dale and
it having
rolled ,
morning, as over presence
Padeen went to the hearth Padeen will be
stoodthere suppose when
up hiring
'f- ,, the heath-clad hills and lost itself in the without him.Padeen 1.._ :_ _1.1__"" moor.
dejectedly each chill foot the ue; la: umer! "
covering I'm going, Margit "
i vaporous distance. sighed as be thought of this drawing other and his 44 Yes ; good-bye. He
t alternately, teeth chattering a sorr, sighing. buttoned his thin jacket across his chest
: "Chapel-time, said Padeen to himself, as the sackcloth cover more closely over little as stray gleams from the peat fire 44 And he will go away and leave: you and with a consciousnss of effort.

the first wave of muffled sound swept up to him, and hiding his face in the burden of caught him here and there and made him the neighborhood, and will forget you:' Good-bye What for
1 his ears through the window of the rushes that he had for 44 good-bye? Sure,
i open cut the cow's bedding feel how cold he was. Yes, sorr; there is no other way. They I'm going with "

' r hay-loft; "chapel-time; I'm so glad !I" And that night. The cow was Padeen'spride 44 He said he would be back by sundown, fly off like the young birds when they are prise. you, sonny, in some sur

; then he started up bright and warm and and special charge, and the largest an' so I waited." big enough." The woman's soft 44
eyes, as Aye, I had forgotten but
; alert, from the nest he had made for himself item in and ; good-bye all
1'l, Hughie's growing wealth. It had I 'Vho said? soulless as those of Molly in the corner, the same." Then he rushed
" among the dried grass and clover blossoms, been a happy.day for all the Mahonys when The priest." grew wet. out into the

and looked round him with eyes as soft andclear that cow took its corner in the overcrowded Then rain.Padeen
: The new priest! Have ye seen him?, you not better let him come : was late, as he had been warned.
t' and innocent as those of a little b- cabin and to Padeen the world I
, f ra seemed a Kitty's wrath was immediately changed to to me now? I need a smart little fellow to Service had begun, and he slunk into a

bit.Padeen warmer brighter place when Molly's soft interest. mind my pony, atid to help Margaret
my corner near the door with
i ;" a feeling of
1 i : had been idling; but one can idle eyes met his, and her fragrant breath fanned Yes ; he was goin' across the meadow to servant; and I have taken fancy to Padeen.: merited disgrace. But Father James did

rr t with a clear conscience when one's work is his cheek. Jim Moriarity's, an' he said! he would be If you intrust him to me I shall clothe him, not look at him his

,": .. done, and that morning there was no laggard Hi I boy, you should not sleep in the back by sundown, an' I could fetch him take care of him, teach him{ to read and thoughts, far away; far eyes above were with Padeen's his

t ::1 duty owing to the priest, or the pony, or thepriest's rain." here to see you an' Hu hie." write, and make a man of him." knowledge, in heaven, Padeen

.1" maid, or any one. "I wasn't sleeping." He pushed the 44 An' so ye waited: for him ? Then, poor "Oh, Padeen did you hear?" Kitty was I The child dropped up on his knees knew
he always
: as
'a : "Sunday" comes once a week for every coarse cloth back from his face and sat erect, son, I won't scold any more. There, tie up as rosy as a girl with the shock of her sur did when the priest's face looked like-

,:;' :' 4 down body the said ladder Padeen thankfully, as he slid looking up at the stranger with his soft, Molly, an' by that time I'll have the tire prise and pride. Living under the priest'sroof that, and the wet, oozing slowly over the
that led
through the frank
trap gaze. alight an' can dhry was happiness in her and kind
'1 ye yerself. eyes a flagged floor, struck chill
a his blood.l
;, door into "
.1.'.;4 the stable and stood on his bare What were you doing then ?" 'An' what, about the priest? Should I not of consecration. "The holy father will But he did not mind that
brown feet, looking out at the sullenly falling 1 "Thinking.:" an' wait take to live with him and ; religion is sent
',I. .;"\ rain.Sunday. go out for him yet? you there will be to strengthen us against bodily discomfort,

_l' '' "Thinkingof what? 44 Oh, no, ala lI1ah_ i f he'll_ know it was the nn need to im away mid ferret us." not to remove,it, he knew and the floor
', for the was
every one, rest day, the Of nothin ram uliruv ye 'indoors ; an', it lie asks where The child's face turned crimson and then as wet for the and

1' day of peace, when they could lift their You could-not think of nothing." Kitty and Hughie live, any neighbor will grew pale again. To live always with this So he tried not women to remember girls as for him.
;:,; bowed shoulders and anything but
smooth their
troubled: Maybe not: Padeen was a little non- tell hi 111. ; beautiful: stranger, to be always within call that
Father James
ill+ faces and fold their hard hands, finding happiness plussed. Of course, the stranger must be had of and was praying, though, in
f Kitty never any difficulty in making Kitty Hughie and the boys, to see spiteof himself, his thoughts wandering.
in were
just so little. right ; a;]man like that, who looked so old things tidy or."feddin' up," as she called it; Molly at times and have the purple crests of What a pity that the chapel stood
Padeen loved theSunday always, but most and so young at the same time and who it in the hills before
was keeping them tidy that all the always his eyes, how beautiful it did in hollow
g'\g'i i when he thought of old friends.:: For him- 44 had the Irish in such a pleasant, thoughodd difficulty lay. In a trice the kitchen floor that would be Good fortune had come how unfortunate a that between it two hills, and

:: self every day was a glad day now, since the way, was sure to know everything. But was swept and the flames were sending to him, without the need on his part of seek- for of course that it was over the river,

I" priest had found him and altered the whole it had really seemed to Padeen as if he had golden bars of light'into remote and ing it. kept wet always, and
, chill, in the
,1 r face of existence for even brightest weather.
him. But
the priest been thinking hard about nothing. Padeen, ensconced on a hob, had ceased to "Are you satisfied, Padeen, and will you But it had been
i could not find necessary to it
in the put jnstthere
every one big hungry, Whose son are you? shiver. come 1""Yes.
f when it
I over-filled: world, and so hundreds were still I "Nobody's." He'll ." was built, because the per-

,-: : in what had been his evil case of not understanding I 14 Nobody's How is that?" come yet, maybe, Kitty was say- secutions Padeen: did not know very well
ing in her own mind, "an' if not, a good fire "Say 'Yis. sorr, an' thank ye, Kitty what the
persecutions had
were, he ) heard
' anything beautiful, and not hoping Hughie found me, and keeps me to tend on a night like this is no harm, anyway" admonished in a whisper. Kitty that
: ; for or expecting it. things, till I'm big enough to hire." To these the 44 Yes sir and say once it had been so hard
poor untaught souls priest'spresence thank ye, and I'll serve to of
ye get a spot ground for the
Padeen the U site of God's
worshipped priest, not knowing And when will that be? "
always brought a suggestion of faithfully, Padeen answered in his native
a house that
that is sin. How h poor folks who wished to
; could
idolatry he
help Next year maybe. vague, far-off betterness, and in the newpriest's Erse, with a sudden rush of tears dimming had
it? Like embodied love and and h worship chosen the bed of the river-
f power And Hughie is kind to ? the
you case there was a little natural brightness of his soft
curiosity eyes. which
patience the father had come to him in the u Oh, yes." added to the usual interest. was no man's land-and there had

I : slough of his dull, hopeless, animal existence 'Does he teach you anything?" 44 Ye might tell us tale mother reared their little church. And thus the

/ and had lifted him up and taught him 'Oh, yes ; I can plait whips, and make the a Lanty, 44 III. stream sang beneath the altar week in, week
eight-year-old, hazarded from his
If r '' that work need not be all toil, and that life baskets middling, and dig potatoes, and hold in the corner. The unusual tidiness creepie It's a wet day, surely," Padeen said witha out, and from its associations became
', ; need not be all and head-shake, as he leaned against the ladder sacred in the child's eves.
pain. the rod at the corn-cutting. stillness had a smack of Hallow Eve ft ,. _
r, Padeen had not known that till he had And or tnat icu Gown rom me nay-iotc aim looked Padeen the .
. can you read? Christmas about them of and was: sure river was a living !
good out at the
known Father James nor anything save Read no"," with a soft laugh. times of some sort, and Lanty knew falling rain. From the thatched thing, for in winter it changed and gloomedand

that men were very close to the beasts ; that Do you know who made you?" better: than story-telling in the warmth.nothing spoutless into eaves the water plashed heavily frowned so, just as men do under mis-
. the
runnels it
they were born like them anyhow ; that they "I wasn't made, I was found." Kitty smiled encouragingly. That had worn in the earth. fortune, forgetting how it was almost conse-
entertainment Overhead
: suffered like them uncomplainingly ; that 14 Did you ever hear of God ?" costs nothing and Kitty. had the clouds tumbled sullenly in crated, and how men thanked and praised it.

they died like them after a time and were "Oh, aye; Hughie speaks of Him when heart. a good. varying shades of leaden-gray, and in the Many a time he had seen it rush along with

J swept aside and forgotten like the withered he has had the poteen and is mad." "Maybe I'll tell the story of the blessed centre twisted of its the yard the solitary sycamore angry mutterings, chafing its red sides sul-
'i stout branches
,\ leaves. Do you know anything of the blessed St. Andrew an' the sea-sarpint if is and rustled its lenly, as though nature had betrayed it in I
yez good yellowing leaves
He was only a little Irish boy, nobody'schild Jesus ?" boys till :; time she answered 44 shudderingly. allowing gray skies to look down on it.
supper with "
': ( ,: just a waif dropped at Hughie Ma- 44 Yes ; He's in Kitty's box. She says her some lurking belief' that the It's a wet daysurely, Padeen said, and The river was in Padeen's thoughts all that

; hony's cottage door one spring morning, rosary to Him when she has time." proach involved tales on sacred priest's ap- drew the little collar of his jacket round his day, although the priest's voice, like muffled!

i : two years after Hughie's sister-pretty, ignorant "Then I suppose you don't know about only. But Phil, the youngest, subjects into ears door and set off at full speed for the kit hen music, was rolling into the furthest corner

,, -.4, ; warmhearted Norah had gone heaven or the Holy Virgin, or the saints or his mother's lap and lay there gracefully crept the which stood invitingly open, across of the building, and although he was kneel-

," away in a pet to better herself and never to angels?" a Bacchus with as yard. ing just in sight of the gold-crowned Virgin
return, and he had been found there and No." a certain Now. then, making tracks with your wet and the Child she held aloft.

!. ,., ., '. taken care of by Hughie, because Hughie Padeen shook his head with a dejected they imperiousness should have born the of tale the then moment and ,there that I feet all over my floor," Margit said, grumb ;::1 am tired and angry, and I never rest,"

: had a good heart and half a dozen childrenof consciousness of his own ignorance and the and that it should not be about ling. Where have you been all morning, the river seemed to say as it struck at the

his own, and nothing to feed them but young priest shook his too, sighing. but about who any sarpent, and" the father asking foryou?" foundations of the arch above it. I alwaysgive
pretty Peggy, was a
the uncertain produce of 44 good girl I was in the hay-lot. Does his
the reverence and
potato What is bear
patch. your name? and married the Prince and after that receiving nothing, not evena
44 '' worea want sti1! ?
Where heaven sends mouths it 41
P deen. of
r always gold and had 44 sight the beautiful things men make
t sends something to put into them," said Then, Padeen, I shall come back to you for dinner crown always, And pudding No, not now ; I did all he needed when and worship. But I shall rise-and go in-
i ,', ,. every day. Kitty laughed a he was tired waiting for But "
long-legged simple,
sheepish Hughie, looking before sundown, and we shall go together to rare laugh born of .the you. come and ask-

down on the foundling, and ignoring your home, and I shall have a talk with hugged her baby son to her moment heart with too, and over and" get warmed before you go into Actually he had been almost asleep

,;,-.,' the intrusive memory of dear years, and Kitty and Hughie and the boys. I am the of those instinctive movements that have one chapel. though the priest was speaking. He straight
It I
Us spoiled harvests and the "potato rot." new priest, and you and I must get to know grace of their own, and began the oft-told a was long since Margit had known there ened himself and clasped his rosary more

*' Throw him in among the others, Kitty; each other." tale of adventures was no" good in scolding Padeen, for he tightly in his numb little hand, and then betook

we'll never miss his bit:' So Padeen sat one 14 Yes, sir." adventures pretty Peggy's and mis- never turned the word with you," she was a furtive survey of his neighbors. But
while the circle of
'' .(, Kitty's lap with her own baby, and fared as The child sat quite erect and motionless, was lifted to, hers as to that of eager faces wont to say, and she knew, like everyone they were all absorbed, kneeling, bent for-
one inspired. else how
.. the others fared, and grew big enough by and watched the stranger out of sight. That So the picture the priest saw when he raised uninteresting fault-finding be- ward, some almost prostrate, as the priest

I ; and by to tend the pig or the goslings or was a priest, then ; a man who wore whole the wooden latch and entered the hot ill- comes Padeen where no defence is made. raised the Eucharist on high.

mind the babies that succeeded his contemporary clothes and :had a, smooth, clean face, and ventilated room was not without a certain, and approached the fire obediently, "To sleep in chapel." Padeen said, rubbing -
spoke the Irish in such a soft, odd way, be- homely attractiveness. In the docilely in front of it, his small his eyes no wonder I dream foolish

lie was happy enough, because no greater traying, though not to Padeen's unpracticed stood soberly chewing the cud corner and Molly brown feet so round and dimpled on the things and feel so cold." And then his

t happiness smote him with a sense of contrast ears, that it was'an acquired and not a native now and then of soft luminous turning hearthstone, and the fitful blaze flickered in dreams were coming true, and then hestarted
a pair
1' and if life for him meant cold and language. Padeen had heard about priests toward the the hearth, eyes his clear eyes. As Margit looked at him again with asensation as if the river was disturbing -

? ', hunger many a time, it also meant a gameon and knew that Kitty had seen one when poles supporting group the by roof fowls roosted; on the in her hard face softened. He was a beautiful his praying. lIe looked out into

) the moors with the other boys and running she spoke gently to the boys, and made rows, a faint sound child, and beauty was not without its influence : the aisle from his obscure corner, and saw
i guttural or a slight stir- .
and laughter in the sunshine, and brief, futile efforts to tidy up, and had for a ring of the wings occasional intimations even on the elderly hunchback who that a tongue of water was forming a current

i;;; sometimes a seat by the bright peat-fire time a serener light in her eyes. He understood of their wakefulness giving while from the- was the priest's servant. down the middle, widening rapidly towardthe

s when Kitty was cheerful enough to tell them too, that priests were good to the poor, stone hob beside the ascending, smoke- at"There mass to-day will Padeen be some of the old neighbors it went.benches, and swirling more and more as




"The river rising! Of course not; its I unaccountable as it was cruel. To his finite 311.SITMO1'iS' LIVI : I:::IjIci;i. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.
with little
said the
the rain Padeen a judgment world seemed to need such '
only he dropped back into the kneeling men as Padeen would have made, such "KTKATis r AD 0::?I. -==

Sure: from which he had half started brave soldiers for life's battle-fields such 'It Is Indispenslble iu LAS U !:l'ict1 climate. A.DLISI-.IED 1875.
flow silly he had been to think of raisingalarm patient Levites at its temple-gates;: such Wecan'tdo without It&:ArcJ3 from much WB LB ALB .AND RETAILI I --
would have disturbed the ready hands in its vast fields that
ano that : were sickness.' Eev.J C. Weaver, of Texas. I H
and the worshippers who yellowing to harvest-time. And then he VIP
sat the altar,
Twenty years of suCcrias: from Indigestionand DRUGS MEDICINES
knelt round it, and all because the morning had loved the child with warm" human anHORSEY
-"s wet? It was only the 'rain, he love, and a blow seemed struck at the very diseased' liver was relieved by a.packa o O
tv very confidently to himself-only the pulses of his being now. of it.-Rev M.IL Cullum, Grapevine:Texas. a O

asserted. all the while he watched with Yet Heaven had only granted Padeen his 'It has done more to relieve and cure me of ., ,.. ... >,'.
win M : : & CO.
Sick Headache than all the other remedies I .
wide-open eyes, the crawling! snake of water heart's desire early. He had been allowedto ,
that twisted itself toward him. help the_valley people ; had,been allowedto ever used.' J.M.Leo Vo one saw it but he, and he had only show them that he loved them ; and there 'It proved blessing to my lamnyl cheerful I-:

observed it because he had been wicked and had not been asked of him the long periodof ly testify to Its merits.' Its popularity here is A. B. NOYES --I I PHARMACISTSCentre 1=
had forgotten to pray. But was it rain after probation involved in growing up beforehe unbounded.'-Eev.8.G.Shaw Batesville.Ark. = ,
all? lie had never seen it form itself! intostreams was allowed to do some great thing.Allthe These are but samples the many
like that-never in all his life. Year Round."MIGHTY thousands of unsolicited testimonials received : -DEALER IN-
he to warn the priest and people orouht during the past few years. Ask your druggist =N Street.FERNANDINA .
Ought i
he to be still? He was growing giddy : INTERESTING READING."From for the original M.A.Bi MMONS'LIVER MED- e+

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The altar seemed to sway before his eyes, 1885, we are to have an interesting FLORIDA,
but a crv he could no longer suppress rose to succession stirring events of which every
'lips'; but, ere it was uttered, it had one will wish to hear. Two military cam- Professional and Business Cards.E. HEAVY GROCERIES, r KEEP constantly on hand a fine as ort-
mingled with other cries of question and paigns are at present in progress-that of El N of FRESH and PURE. FOR-

amazement and terror: Mahdi in the Soudan and of the French in LEROY JONES, :M.D., EIGN and DOMESTICDrug's
II The river! Great God the river!1" Tonquin-both of which are approachingthe
In an instant the service, the priest, the critical point. The next session of Par- HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, H Hay and Grain, 00 and Chemicals
sacred edifice were forgotten and nothing liament is to be marked, acording to the an- O Cr ,

filled the little building but tumult, frenzy nounced purpose of Mr. Parnell, by a bitter Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua,
and despair, as the audience took in the struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel [ f!i- SHIP STORES o Homoeopathic and Patent Medicine,
whole horror of its situation, and grew their English and Scotch colleagues to con- FERNANDINA FLA. z M
brutalized in its passion of fear, for the doorsof cede to Ireland some measure of homerule.In M Proprietary and Goods
the end aisles were closed and that alone default of this Mr. Parnell promises to Calls answered promptly day or night,and Furniture, P Fancy ,
stood en which received the stream thick employ his following to so obstruct the Medicine furnished withQut extra charge. ; N
now asp a man's body, and effectually] preventing transaction of parliamentary business as to Office hours :-a. m. until 8; p. m. 1 to 2 Stoves, Ct FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
all egress. render the presence of Irish members at St. and 7 to 8. 22 ly* H
"Are we to drown here like rats in a Stephen's intolerable. This programme insures P3 Paints 00 PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
sewer?" the men cried aloud, and the a succession of exciting scenes in Par- DR. W. E. SNYDER, ,
women wept, calling on Heaven and all the liament. The new reform bill which Mr. O Crockery, yC. IN GREAT VARIETY.
saints for deliverance. Gladstone proposes to carry during the session 8 00'
"Open the end doors There is no of 1884, will also! doubtless excite Hardware,
{01/) (
danger, friends, if you only try to help your general interest in the United States as wellas H .
selves." the priest said calmly, divesting throughout the British empire. Vastly e= S5* Physicians' Prescriptions:
himself with nervous hands of his canonicals more interesting to American readers will be ) WillowWare.P
as he spoke and trying to make his way the discussion to take place at Washingtonwithin carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

through the surging mass of humanity that the next few months over our own reasonable prices.
strutted with and struck even at him. reform bill. The Republican members of tI;j -- O rrG.
Will you not let me save you?" he criedin the present Congress are opposed to tariff FlB rWI. M

despair. "I can help you if you will reform. The Democrats, it is said are O
onlv let me pass." But no one heard or divided, the majority of them favoring, the
understood him, for the water had risen to minority opposing it. Which will get the B. C. DURYEE, HIo v
their waists, and flowing in more and more upper hand? Will the high-tariff Democrats y

swiftly.To die here where death wore its worst cooperate present with absurd the law Republicans? Or will to the maintainthe Democrats GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, 4 ri 1c n I: Law I: \th e tot:\ FLU

aspect, among maddened men who forgot to I act together, and send a reform tariff CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT,
endure, and women who forgot to pray, was bill to the Senate which the Senate will de- a E0 ENDAIIS

terrible? The priest shuddered and grew cline to pass? Every step of the strugglein FERNANDINA FLA. X61 SQAVING R =
sick at the clamor of oaths and cries breakingwhat the Capitol at Washington will be watched FURNITURE !

had been the sanctified silence of an with lively concern all over the country, Hay, Corn, Oats
hour ago. Was it his fault that religion and by the time Congress adjourns the pub- MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY

showed itself such a weak and poor thing lic mind will be ripe for the opening of a W. K. BAUKNIGIIT, 11I-1 THE discovered, as it is certain in its
when tested by sudden calamity. Yet this Presidential campaign which it is safe to effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
form of death was particularly awful, and say will exceed in warmth any of its predecessors AGENT, U- JUST RECEIVED THIS BELOW.
lie knew it, because doing was impossible, since I860. The meeting of the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL a new lot of
and bearing was not allowed to show its Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the AND STOCK DEALER -
heroic side. 2d of January, and the reassembling of the BUTCHER ANDDealer Chamber Suits, Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS .
,'Padeen !" The thought of the child cameto Baltimore City Council later in the same in Ice
lime like a ray of sunlight across a month will prove also events of engrossing -.J Parlor Suits, N. Y., January 30, 1882.
stormy sea. interest. But supposing the existence of a TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, Dr. B.J. Kendall & Co.:

"Yes, father." The sweet treble of the citizen concerned about none of these things, BROOM STREET WHARF I Tables, Lounges, GE TTS-Having used a good deal of yonrKendall's
young voice rose clearly above the tumult. still he will need to read The Sun for news = ==lEu Spavin Cure with great success. I
"Are you near a door?" of the thousand and one other events of 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. I r. Rockers, Chairs, thought I would let you know what it has
'.Yes./' interest that go so far to make up the cur- done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya

"Then get it open, if there is anyone rent history of the world. The period is LOUIS A. C. LANGE, Wardrobes, colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
near you sane enough to help." one of rapid movement, and the citizen who When I was breaking him he kicked over
"Yes, father." There was an instant's does not take a paper is sure to be left be- Bedsteads, the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
hush and then a cry. The door had yieldedand hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora UPHOLSTERER hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
men and women half carried by the paper, now is the time, before the actorson Springs, Mattresses, farriers, but they all said he was spoiled.He .
current, half struggling against it, were the world's stage during the year 1884 Foot of Centre Street had a very large thorough-pin, and I
borne out shuddering, sobbing, praying to have taken their places and begun to play 11I-1 Pillows, etc., etc. used two bottles of your Kenda 1's Spavin
safety. And Padeen stood unseen, hiddenby their parts. When it becomes a question of FERNANDINA, .- FLORIDA. Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off, and
the door, holding the vast iron stanchion securing a reliable newspaper, which will U- CALL AND EXAMINE.: he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
that froze his fingers and pressing his contain all the news, succinctly expressedand Furniture repaired in the best manner. used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit

small chill feet against the cold stone floor fairly reported, the proper course to Hair Mattresses made to order at short ===I= has always cured completely and left the

lest he should be washed away keep his pursue is plain : take The Sun. notice. 36 I FEED W. EOYT Ss CO.FURNITURE. leg smooth.It .
i is medicine for rheumatism.
ground manfully because he knew how a splendid
lives his and I have recommended it to a good many and
many depended on strength JAMES :JttcGIFFIN
endurance. How cruelly the icy current THE SUN, they all say it does the work. I was in With-

froze him ; how treacherously the stream Published daily except Sunday. AND BUILDER, erington Kneeland's drug store,in Adams,
licked his limbs; how numb all his mem- CONTRACTOR l..L. the other day and saw a very fine picture
THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. you sent them. I tried to huy it, but could
bers were growing, though his head was stillso Alachua Street between Second and Third,
calm and clear! -- not; they said if I would write to you that

The throng was growing less, for the door Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably FERNANDINA, FLA. B. NOYES you would send me one. I wish you would,
Cash in advance-Postage Free: A and I will do you all the good I can.
opposite him had been in its turn
opened Orders and estimates from a distance care-
(Successor to W. A. SANBORN), Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
and Father James himself watch
kept overit One Year.$6.00 One Month..50 Cts. fully attended to. 25-tf
and the crowd was growing orderly unconsciously Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Six Months........ 3.00 Three Weeks..38 Cts.
awed by the example of those Four Months..... 2.00 Two Weeks..25 Cts.
two sentinels. Three Months.... 1.50 One Week......13 Cts. O. S. OAKES, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, Spavin Cure.ON .
But still the water rose pouring in rapidly Two Months...... 1.00 I
by the wide front door CHOICE \VINES LIQUORS HAY GRAIN
escaping more slowly SINGLE COPIES by mail..3 Cts. AND HUMAN: FLESH.
by the narrower side portals. It had reached CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Padeen's breast now it was raising toward Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near V EVAY, IND., August 12, 1881.
his throat and his numb fingers, still cinching THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN.A And Manufacturer of Steamboat Landing, Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
the iron bolt had GENTs-Sample of circulars received to-
desperately, forgottenhow FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in
to feel. But he had not time to thinkof day. Please send me some with my imprint
himself; he and the river were contending Compact Shape. FLOORING, CEILING,, :MOLDINGS, Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. printed on one side only. The Kendall's

for men's lives, and the struggle was growing Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
$1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 FANCY SCROLL SAWING large quantities. for but for human
very close and merciless. The water was and not only animals
stronger than he, and very cruel ; soon it Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
would have risen to his lips, and then-then, TERMS-Invariably Cash in Advance. BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the leading farmers in our county, sprained an
Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United best in the world. ankle and the value of the
, and half the people still within the walls I badly, knowing
"Dear Christ! dear Virgin !I" he thoughtwith States and Canada.. NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
wordless prayers directed toward the PLOWS. did far better than he had expected; cured
ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE :MONTHS. Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- the in short order. '
I two pale smiling figures at the altar.h If sprain very
, they see and are sorry they will help, I 1884. Premium 1884. STAIR and CHURCH WOES a SPECIALTY. VILLE. 33 Yours respectfully, C. O. THIEBAND.Price .

know he said half aloud, and thenhowit to Getters Up Copies of Clubs $1 per bottle, or G bottles for $5. All

happened he could not have told-he was For the Baltimore Weekly Sun:' Elevations and Floor Plans, with esti- STOVES, TIN-W AR ETC. druggists have it or can get it for yon, or it
lifted from his feet and the little hand he will be sent to any address on receipt of

had stretched forth, in some instinctive last Five Copies.......................................$ 5.00 mates, furnished at reasonable rates. W. P. STREETY, price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KENDALL -
effort was shut in between the closing door With extra of the $3S Orders by mail promptly attended to. & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
an Copy Weekly
and the wall. Sun one year. Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, Send for Illustrated Circular.

him Those who had not seen him before saw TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 FERNANDINA, FLA. Sold by all Druggists.
now, and strove to help him for his .
With an extra of the Weekly
sake and their own-in vain. The water copy F. "W.nw ANSLEY
Sun and of the
one one
rose and and and year copy obtained for inventionsor
rose, men fought struggledand new
Daily Sun three months. s pATENTS
cursed around him drowning in despair FIFTEEN COPIES............................ 15.00 c ru* rr9+z i n 1 for improvements in old
long after the flood had risen above the ca ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand
With an extra copy of the Weekly /&s s&8m %&m, $
pathetic patient lips and soft, dark eyes all patent business promptly attendedto.
Sun ana of the ts: Q
long after the little crushed hand that had one year, one copy INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
Daily Sun nine months.
learned known how to labor but could never have THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 & REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
to steal had sensation ented the U. S. Pat-
beg or lost I+1 *1 *3 mT \HTT X l>H & JM. V 4 I ir.I Vk' Jt P by us. Being opposite -
With an extra of the Weekly
forever. copy -=:: ent Office, and engaged in PATENT: BUSI-
Sun and one of the Daily Sun
And the darknes grew,and the rain fell, one vear.SINGLE copy I ;::: NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-

and the people died by tens and scores, and COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts. (1)s ,.bk. ents in less time than those who are remote
only when the water pressure by its own ; :: from "Washington.
weight burst the doors outward was escape When Inventors send model or sketch,
Getters of Clubs will find the above J
possible again. up South side Centre St., near the Depot. we make search in the Patent Office, and

Padeen's door yielded last, and as the terms the most liberal that can be offered bya advise as to its patentability free of charge
fierce current rushed out through it the little FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-

body was lifted by it and rolled over andover First-Class Family Journal. MADE TO ORDER. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT-
like the plaything of its fierce sport, toe ENT IS OBTAINED.We .

deposited many yards away-dead. The safest method of transmitting money 35* All work warranted. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS. refer by permission to the City Post-
.That evening among the debris of the master, and to the Superintendent of the

dismantled building weeping mourners by mail is by check, draft or post-office NEW YORK TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
" sought the corpses of their lost ones, and ington. For special references,circular,ser-
Father James, aged years by that one day'sexperience order. BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY ROOFING AND GUTTERING, vice, terms, etc., addressC.
was there too, treading softly money A. SNOW & CO.,
I utCausedeath and sacrifice had lent an added No deviation from published terms. WILLIAM HYNES PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC Opp.Patent Office. Washington. D.r. 2t
, consecration to the
, holy ground.
Who has TO REMIND THE PUBLIC A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
come of little seen Padeen Padeen?" ?he What asked has while be- Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers.SUN WISHES he is now ready to make any call, and compare my prices with those of
heavy IRON BUILDING other houses here elsewhere.
tears chased kind or PATENTS
each other over his pale ofBREAD.
Baltimore Md.
chee s. But no one answered. Who cared, CAKE OR PIES,
aUld their own pain, for nobodv's child? fcfCJNN tt CO.,of the SCUNTIHC AKTOICAJT, con-
Last :Notice to
Perhaps he has been spared because he Tax..Payers.During on the shortest possible notice. He will also Unne to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats,TradeMarks
was so brave he said tben the month of January I will be at have on hand,for the Holidays, a fine assort- tt ttI Copyrights, for the United States, Canada.;
and ,
stopped England,France,Germany,etc. Hand Book abouPatents
Smitten to the heart for lying at his feet my office on Second street daily for the pur- ment ofENGLISH I MONITOR OIL STOVES I Itl sent free.' Thirty-seven years'
with. the white pose of receiving the remaining unpaid State FRUIT CAKE, Patents obtained through MDNN&;CO.
moonlight on his face, and tt in the ScntNTinc AMERICAN the largest best and
bid> pretty mouth smiling as though death and County taxes for 1883. Property on most widely circulated scientific! paper. $i20 a year.
no way affrighted him the child. : which .the taxes remain unpaid February1st ranging from one pound upwards. Weekly. splendid engravings and interesting in-
The priest dropped was I will be advertised. W. F. SCOTT, &5*All orders thankfully received and FOR SALE BY formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific A mer-
1.5m on his knees beside lean sent free. Addresa MUNN&;CO., 8cu..vnncAJaRICAN
and his face Coll. Rev. Nassau Co. promptly attended to. Office: 261 Broadway, New York.THE .
Juh.ldin aloud. To .
him this tblllg that had happened seemed as Fernandina, January 1st, 1884. 51 tjan WM. HYNES, FRED W. IIOYT & CO.




l THE FLORIDA MIRROR. somewhere for the in the --
delay Treasury
" Judges. cases were sent back and HEAD-NOTES TO DECISIONS OF
Department. What is it? No Secretary of holding government offices whose
' reaffirmed THE SUPREME COURT. actions
the Florida United
: 1" f SATURDAY JANUARY the by are so controlled. These
19, 1884. Treasury would presume to violate the laws, harsh

t or sacred obligations of a treaty wantonly; or, Judges, and an appeal taken by the JUNE TERM, A.D. 1883. as they may appear at first glance are neces-

: REAL ESTATE IN FERNANDINA.We if one did so presume, his successor would United States to the Supreme Court, sary. The safety o f vessels and the lives of

," : : learn that several transactions be very sure to do his best to rectify the error which decided it had no jurisdiction Elizabeth ander McDougall A. Brokaw, Eliza, Appellant Brokaw et vs.al.Alex-, minors their passengers and crews require that they

in real estate have been recently made if the party injured came forward with a etc., Respondents-Leon County shall be competent men at sea to take chargeand
so no decision could be had by the RANDALL, C. J.: pilot them into safe harbors.
1 proper representation of the injury done. The
in pilots
our city. It is quite the custom in i 1. When bill filed
We want this veil of fog lifted or blown Supreme Court. a by at law againsta must be out in all weather. The more inclement
} widow for partition of land, contains alternative
our interior towns an -
: to give publicity to away. If the claims are just,and the Secre- The Spanish Government, in reply prayer that the widow be requiredto and stormy the weather is the
, + sales of property as indicative of the of the elect whether she will greater is the necessity for their
i tary Treasury wantonly refuses to pay to the statement that take dower or a services
I Tf it was a rule of They must be on the lookout when
growth and prosperity of the towns. them, there is a way to make him do it; homestead, a demurrer that the bill does is slack,and as alert when only business
, the Treasury Department of,the United not state a authorizing such relief oughtnot an occasional
why the holders of vessel rewards
the claims
have not their hard
Fernandina labors, and
,; is old enough to have to be allowed if the case made by the when
<'l taken this remedy, we leave for THE MIRROR States not to pay interest, insisted that bill sustain any material prayer for relief. the horizon is white with the sails of incoming

: passed the effervescence of youth and to explain.-'Times-Union. it was a question of international law 2. A widow, not an heir of her husband, services ships.all To vessels compensate them for their

to stand upon a business footing. Pro- THE :MIRROR will with and who has elected to take dower cannot are compelled to take
pleasure en- and pilots and to the fees fixed
not of a domestic character claim a homestead in the lands of her hus- pay by law. For
; ,, perty here is held, we think, at' moderate deavor to answer why the claims have band under the homestead clauses of the several been years past a few ship owners have
SECRETARY WOODBURY IN ERROR. Constitution. Her trying to have Congress pass a law
right is of that dower
: prices, and not on speculation. not been paid. only, which is not affected by the homestead abolishing compulsory pilotage, and it is to

Lots sold are usually at once occupiedand THE TREATY CLAUSE. That Secretary Woodbury was in provisions. refer.this -matter Savannah that News.Senator Jones' remarks

error as to the practice of the Govern- 3. The homestead of a testator residing
improved. We anticipate now a By the ninth article of the treaty in this State, who dies leaving a wife and
: more active demand for houses and ment itself, there are numerous cases to children, is not the subject of testamentary LIMITS OF VEGETATION FROJ1
with of
Spain 1819 the
February, show. disposition. Such property remains as TEMPERATURE.The

lots. There are no vacant houses, and United States agreed"To though no will had been made, and descendsto extreme cold of Sunday, January 6th

more are needed. Considering the commercial CASES IN POINT. the heirs subject to the right of dower. when the thermometer stood in Charleston
. cause satisfaction to be made for the 4. A report of commissioners
allotting at 13 above in '
The zero at 8
United States demanded and in
importance of Fernandina, its injuries, if any, which, by process of law inter- i dower, which by mistake sets apart to one other places in the interior of the State still

fine harbor, healthy location and pleas- shall be established to have been suffered by 1' est of Spain under the provisions of should of the parties be set land aside not arid embraced recommitted in the bill for, imposes lower suggests on vegetation.In the limits. which temperature

: ant surroundings, the terminus of both the Spanish officers and individual Spanish the treaty of 1795, and interest was correction and a proper allotment. every region there are certain plants

inhabitants by the late operations of the awarded. 5. Commissioners in partition report that perfectly hardy for that latitude, and ''.
railway and water lines of transportation American army in Florida. they have allotted to the widow the house with safety; some again entirely too grown tender .

: it must necessarily with the The United States demanded pay- buildings and improvements with ten acres, and never attempted. Then there are
grow In 1823 enacted- and to the two children of decedent many
: Congress fifty or others, which be "
termed half "
ment of interest may hardy
its claims ,
growth of the State. on under sixty acres each without buildings, and that withstanding the ordinary winters of

The complicatinos out of "That the Judges of the Superior Courts the Treaty of Ghent, and Great Brit- in their judgement the division is "equal, regions, but killed by the extreme cold such to
growing "
established at St. Angustine and Pensacola, equitable and fair. but make no estimateof which they are occasionally subjected.
the war and war legislation have now respectively, are hereby authorized and di: ain paid $418,000 for interest. value or productiveness. On motion to is a temptation to try these, and often There dis-

r', rected to receive and all claims under The treaty of 1794 between the set aside the report affidavits of two citizens appointment follows.As .
, ( passed away, and by the action of the adjust [ were filed in support of exceptions to the report examples of the latter class in this

', Government and the courts, the title the ninth article], and to report to the Secretary United States and Great Britain hada who agree that the value of the share may be mentioned the fig, pomegranate latitude -,

of the Treasury all cases in which the clause for allotted to the widow is six thousand dollars, orange, eucalyptus oleander and
to in Fernandina indemnity for illegal seizures and that of each child some
property may be considered Judges shall decide in favor of the claimants, about six hundred others. In the Northern States the fruit
-a case parallel to the East Flor dollars, and no other testimony as to value i buds of peach and and
to be grapes rose bushesare
permanently settled and with the evidence and the
I ; Secretary, on was before the court. Held, That prirnafaciesuch : in this
' category.<<: The minimum of
well assured. i. being satisfied that the same is just and equitable ida claims. One of the American Com division is manifestly unjust to the temperature for ordinary seasons marks the

The last attempt to unsettle titles to within the provisions of the treaty, i missioners laid it down as the then rule children will not and be a disturbed.decree setting aside the report limits of most plants but for expensive ventures -

shall the amount thereof to the or large operations we must take account -
property held here by the Florida pay personor in regard to the ,payment of interest, 6. When commissioners in partition take of those extreme points which are occasionally -
persons in whose favor the same is adjudged L testimony for the purpose of ascertaining the reached, and to which
follows we
1'- Town Improvement Company was ." (III Statutes at Large, 768.) as : value of property to be divided, they should liable in order to be satisfied of others. According are- '

:: through the United States Court, in i ii Under this act the Courts in East "To reimburse the claimants the original return may determine the same as to to the the court correctness so that the of court their plants to our experience of these half hardy (
we can state that in this
the case of Bella A. Johnson, recently and West Florida took jurisdiction of f cost of the property and all the expenses they report. And when testimony is to be taken find some varieties of figs too tender.region The we .
a have actually incurred, together with intereston the parties should have notice so they may two kinds which have survived our coldest

argued at Jacksonville. In this case these claims. the whole amount, would, I think, be a be present, by themselves or agents, it being weather are the Celestial and the Brown ,

Judge Settle rendered a decision conclusive THE CLAIMS ADJUDICATED. I just and adequate compensation." a judicial investigation affecting their inter- Turkey. We have had pomegranates do
ests.Decrees well for several years and bear good of
t I of the questions involved, say The first case sent up to the Secre And they obtained it. B. Hilton affirmed.R. fruit, hut an extreme cold kills them.crops Soar
. for Appellant; John A. (the most of the
oranges hardy citrus family
ing: tary of the Treasury was that of the Chief Justice Waite, :Mr. Evarts and Henderson, for Appellees. are generally killed to the roots every;

; Waiving the objection to the new bill, heirs of John Gianopoly,upon an award Mr. Cushing, in the Alabama claims, Andrew J. Coffee, Plaintiff in Error vs. We winter have and had spring up again the the next season.
f that most of the Century plant: ,
matters therein
, stated are made by Hon. Robert Raymond Reid, said : James M. Groover et al., Defendants in (Agave Americana), the date palm, and even
not supplemental to the relief prayed for in Error-Jefferson county-transferred from banana with some covering, to survive
the original bill, the Court is of opinion that Judge of the United States SuperiorCourt The counsel assume that interest will be Madison. or two mild winters but they all succumbto one

the awarded by the tribunal as an element of RANDALL C. J.: the first extreme cold. The
application should not be granted, both for East Florida, on the 31st of 1. A former pampas grabs
damage. We conceive this to be conformable adjudication of the cause of is considered hardy, but in December 1880,
1'. lecause of the bar of the statute of limitation August, 1836, for the sum of $327.67 ; to action is not proper ground of a motion to they were mostly killed to the ground,
; public law and to be
-1 required by
fiHlof dismiss but is
the laches of the par matter of defence. shooting
complainants. : out again in the spring from the
I of which $150 was the value of the amount considerations of equity. and justice.." 2. In eiectment all matters of legal de- oia roots.
I This decision seems to be full and fence (excepting special denials of possessionand As
property destroyed, and $157.67 for Interest was awarded. vegetation is thus limited in one direction -
denials of adverse claim under
satisfactory. the by extreme cold, so also is it equally
r interest at 5 per cent. for 3 years, 3 The Spanish Government now de- statute) may be given in evidence under the limited in the opposite direction by the ex-
We take great pleasure in able plea of not'guiltv. Special pleas of matter treme heat of
summer when attended it
months and 21 days from the date of
mands that the United States Govern- the
to the affecting legal title or in estoppel should generally is, by dry weather. The famous
give assurance that at, last the
the destruction of the to be struck out. judgment sustaining a de- Kentucky blue is
property up ment act its own declared grass seen all about our
upon prin-
question of titles murrer to such pleas will not preclude proofat streets but
to real estate in this always confined to patches under
, I the date of the award, as damages or ciples, and pay interest as well as re- the trial of the facts pleaded. the large trees, where it is protected from
" i city may be considered as definitely compensation for the time the payment ceive interest. 3. Grants of land by a government de the direct rays of the sun. Many of the
: settled. This the facto of parts of a disputed territory in its small fruits which are so abundant in cooler
'f i 1i being case, was withheld. The language of the The Secretary of State last possession are valid against the State which regions, such as the currant the gooseberry,
"t 1 : will no doubt be year may be ultimately found to have the
many persons seek right and most of the finer varieties of raspberry,
:. ing investments in the treaty was, satisfaction be made asked Congress if it ,was of opinion and the rights of the inhabitants to property can only be cultivated here with uncertain

valuable pro No one would contend but that, as between that it is "a j just claim to make the acquired in good faith from the de facto success.
:: perty in Fernandina now to government, are respected. (Re-affirming These extremes of temperature mark the
,- chasers. open pur individuals, satisfaction would requisite appropriation for extinguishing Groover vs. Col'ee,19! Fla., 61.) limits of adaptation for every region, and

I reQuire... interest ns damages. for withholding .. the claim"" is 4. When a doubtful ordisputed boundary give a warning to the inexperienced against
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0 .. by agreement between States and
The Town <.I any expensive ventures.-Charleston .i eusand
Company the use of the property from The Senate, at the present session duly ratified such agreement does not ope- Courier.

is the largest holder of real estate in rate retrospectively so as to disturb titles to -----.- _.__.
the time of the -- -- -- --
injury or destructionup has asked the President to state whether property.
the city; Mr. Chas. W. Lewis is their 5. When deed does Post-Office Notice.
to time of But when this a not locate the land
payment. the
agent in this city. Mr. S. A. Swannis treaty obligation has been ful- describedas, being in a given county or State Office Hours-From 8:00 A. }I. to 6:00 p. M.
case came before Secretary Woodbury, filled.It oral testimony is competent to identify the Sunday hours 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. :t.
also a large holder'of real estate, he premises as to location and boundaries.; I Money Orders and Registered Letters from
allowed the
improved and amount ascertained by is to be hoped that j justice will 6. A certified copy of a will as '' a true 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P.M.; and from 2:00: p. M

unimproved. the Judge as the actual damage sustained be soon done to he claimants. The copy from the records of this office," with- to 3:30: P. M.ARRIVAL .
1 ;' The improvements of Fernandina out any mention that the will had been AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
( of by Gianopoly in 1813, thus ac- amount at issue is over, one million of : duly proved or admitted to probate and con- Transit & Peninsular Railroad-
are substantial ,
a very character, knowledging the justice of his claimto taining no copy of the probate or record of
and indicate the dollars.IF the proper tribunal, is not legal evidence. Arrives daily except Sunday........ 3:37 P. M.
I' : confidence our people its full amount, but refused to allow 7. When a jury brought into court a Closes.......................................10:00 A. M.

entertain in the future of the p lace.l the interest of five per cent..for the 23 THE :Madison New Era will con- verdict in ejectment, in favor of the plaintiffs Femandlna & Jacksonville Railroall-
j: There is little of generally and for damages and before the Jacksonville and St. John's River
very cheap and sham- years the claimant had been kept out sult its dictionary, it will find that the verdict is entered in the record the court instructed mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:00 A. M.

j' ; my building anywhere to be seen. It first and them to bring in a verdict in the Closes (Northern mail also.10:00 A. M. y
of his
r is money, on the sole ground that primary meaning of the word form required by law, and directed that a Sunday MailJacksonville -

, quite noteworthy that the colored the United States did not usually pay "establish" is to settle or make firm. proper form be prepared, which being done and St. John's River,

i. churches in Fernandina are well built Its comments the the jury retired and brought in their verdict arrives.....................................10:35 .\. M.
interest brief
and to its creditors ; not that there on extract of in legal form, signed by their foreman upon Northern mail arrives................. 9:00 p. M.
cared for, and the residences o:f was any statute governing the subject, the Times- Union from THE :MIRROR which judgment is entered there is no error Jacksonville St. John's River and

many of the colored people are well in the proceding. A jury may vary or correct the :North, closes....................... 6:00 A. M.
but, in his own language, he allowedthe have about as much foundation as its a verdict before they are discharged and Jacksonville and St. John's River

and neatly built. claim as adjudged, "with the exception criticism of the Governor for announc- before prepared it is under recorded the;direction and a form of the of verdict only, closes.............................. 4:00 P. M.

The city is laid out in blocks 400x of interest, which, it is believed, ing the reduction of the State tax for assented to by the jury, is sufficient. court St.St.Mary's Mary's and River-Crandall arrives
200 feet divided into lots 25x100 8. A suit in has not been allowed in claims 1884. We Monday and Thursday..7:00 A. M.
similarly respectfully suggest to the seven plaintiffs'!, brothers and sisters and
,i': feet in the business and 100 of them Arrives Tuesday and Friday..2:00 p. :t.
portion, situated." New Era that fairness is the essential one before trial dies unmarried and Closes Tuesday and Friday..3:00
r. M.
! "},: feet square in the residence portion o:f The claimants took exception to the quality of all just criticism. THE MIRror I' the no excutpr remaining or co-plaintiffs administrator'! and is her appointed mother, St. Mary's and Dun eness,'Vedned-

. ; : .:. the city. The streets 60 being her heirs at law day and Saturday, arrives........11:00 A. :M.
feet in inheriting her
are equally
,:;, rejection of the interest, but the Treasury is desirous of establishing. e., undivided one-seventh of the land. The Closes Wednesday and Saturday... 3:00 p. :M.
; : width, well graded, and of them mother St.Mary's onlyMonday and Thursday -
9 many
t .' adorned Department continued to follow making stable-good government in of the deceased to-wit one-seventh of the share arrives...........................2:00 p. :M.
with fine : ninth and
one forty
shade trees. The the of the State and of Closes Monday and Thursday.........8:00
.' precedent Mr. Woodbury's decision. obtaining good gov- she not being a party plaintiff the right of
I' grade of the streets is good for easyj. ernment of our national affairs. The action for such mother's share does not survive SAML. T. RIDDELL P. M.
: drainage. to the six brothers and sisters ; but the
; I THE LAW OF PRECEDENT. I. Governor very appropriately, at the right of action for the entire residue of the List of Letters

",, TIlE EAST of land, to-wit ; forty-eight forty-ninths, does Remaining in the'Post-Office at Fernandina -
j. FLORIDA CLAIMS. According to the unwritten law ol beginning the financial year, the survive to the remaining plaintiffs under

: Our usually acute contemporary, the Fer the Departments at Washington, a decision Legislature not being in session, made the laws of this State and the rules of the Nassau county;Florida, Jan.19th, 1884.
i nandina :MIRROR, fails to comprehend the Circuit Court. (McClellan's Dig., 829, Sec. calling for these letters must say
iI' ,: plain meaning of our paragraph on the East made by one Secretary is never the announcement of a reduction of 73; C. C. Rules 87.) advertised: :

: '; t ..JI'Florida claims. We have not opposed their reversed by any of his successors unless taxes, gratifying itself, and as an evi- Judgment. affirmed.A. Armstrong J W Morris J J
Paterson T. L. Clarke
for Plaintiff in i Auston, Rev WTm Love Mrs Maria
r ,'..I l I .. '1- payment. The point we made was, and we upon new evidence presented. It is dence of good government. Error; S. Pasco, C. W. Stevens for Defendants Armenters, Antonio Owens, J S

.I : v made it clearly, that the action of the Secretaries : for this reason, and this alone, that the in Error. Banks Curnal Prockter, Mrs Affey
:.l. of the Ttsrlror. T A Pnrtoi- .A
Treasury Woodbury's time
! !i had thrown a fog around and these decision of Secretary Woodbury, once HoN E. K. FOSTER has resigned his seat SENATOR JONES' position relative to the Blair. It EBufonds. Richo:Miss Anna
/ made has in Gov. Bloxham's cabinet Superintendent pilots is correct. There is other class J D Roberts, Miss L
claims that has obscured their merit. If ,, never been reversed. One no of
of Public Convention Robson, A K
Instruction for' the State
,,1 Woodbury, as cool and clear-headed a man Attorney-General said that the Secretary's the having engaged in a private enterprise Union Sloan,Capt Wm
accepted for
". : attorneyship the South followed as a means of livelihood, whose Castillat WmCampbell Sallett Henry
sat in' the ,
as ever Secretary's chair made
a decision was final ; whereuponall Florida Railroad. Major A. J. Russell, business is regulated by State la\v. and whose A R Stuart M C
4 mistake,' or went contrary to law in his action Superintendent of Public Claton, Miss Maether Stewart, Mrs Nellie
\ the rest of the Attorney-Generals Instruction for movements are controlled by .
on this subject, why has not ,some subsequent Duval has commissioners.The : !$ Dodd, Joseph II Shemmen :Mrs Alice
official shown wherein and paid the have! said that the decision of, the first county, been nominated by the law prescribes the .class of boat to be Duval, C H Thomson, G W
Governor as Mr. Foster's successor. W. H. used in the .service De Hossen H
1 claims? and how long a Tison G W
Newspapers Attorney-General final.
may on writing was
a Babcock Esq., for many years connectedwith time a man shall serve in the several gradesof Geist, Ph Tison, AddeIHunter
until doomsday, Congressmen ,and Senators The Solicitor of the Treasury in journalism in Jacksonville will prob- pilots. It also controls the Julia Thomas. Lizzie
may orate till they are hoarse, and yet the pilot's personal Jones E Weeks, Mrs Harriet
a matter will be no nearer a,settlement than it 1851 was of opinion that the United ably succeed Mr. Russell as Superintendentof I liberty, not permitting him to leave his post Jones Lizzie'Vilson., Annie
i Schools in Duval county. Both the latter without Lythe, B F Winters
States bound permission of the
is n'ow unless the Secretary the Treasury were to pay the full commissioners
appointments are excellent and well de- Lomes Amiely Wright Mrs. Phoebe
appointed to look after him
5 and his
takes action. There must be some reason amount of,the decees.of the Florida served. 'Vin ate, Cornelius.
; There is
-- no other class of citizens except SAM'L T. RIDDELL. P. M.
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Traveler's Guide. --FORMACHINERY= i REAfrESTATE.
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TRANSIT & PENINSULAR train leaves-RAIL AD. ., '. < Jr_ :g-y-oo: :

Day passenger and Wild wood,and. : :
For all points on Transit Road....._ 7.15 a.m. ', INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSTO
and all points North ... ... t --
Savannah <
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For and West................................ 7.158.m. OF ALL KINDS ,' ,', 'I' .. .'IJ --'.." ,
:t ..
., ', '..t)j .
Callahan. L .
at ) .z- ?
For(connecting Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all .. .,:; <;t t .?..<:, ..f.p/ New Fall Goods Now Opening
points on the Florida Central & Go to F. M. Robinson .
Western Railroad......:.......... ... 7.15a.m. ." > ',.>.;; :.' ', '.; . ,

(connecting at Baldwin.) .. AND RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.
Day passenger train arrives- MANUFACTUEEE and DEALER, ..': ., ,;: \:
From Cedar Key, Wild wood: and .. ..; Novelties in Silks
all points on the Transit Road... 3.50 p.m. ; < ,
From Savannah and all points in JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. _.:. ; ',; ,
: i" < _
the North and West..............- 3.50 p.m. Dress Goods, Velveteens :

Tallahassee, Pensacola. and .. ,
From SEA ISLAND ; '. < < .' ;: ;
all points ou the Florida Central ROUTE .
& Western Railroad................. 3.50 p.mNight -TO- :.;;' '':';it," \:.,"-'. Cashmeres, Prints,
train leaves- A

For Cedar passenger Key, Wild wood,and all .- 71V1ii: .. ,-': ',/' Cambrics, etc., etc.,
on the Transit Road ...... 6.40 p.m. .
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Savannah and all points North i .:... .' ; ,
For and West........... .................... 6.40 p.m. THE STEADIER ;. : j':
(connecting at Callahan.) CITY OF BRIDGETON ,'. ': |IATL0WPBIcIs.I| -

For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all .

points Western on Railroad.the Florida......Central............&.. 6.40p.m. ..,) ; ;} r,,; I'f. /,. ',': .'
(connecting at Baldwin.) '. .> ";;< i ':,-: "!,,lr : House-Keeping Dry Goods,

Night passenger train arrives- \.' A FULL ASSORTMENT. .
k ;'
From Cedar Key Wildwood, and ., Rw. rt r;" .
Transit Road... 9.25 .;, ,c,
all points on the a. m. -
From Savannah and all points in ,-, Blankets and Comfortables
the North and West................. 9.25 a. m. FERNANDINA FOR SAVAN- OF ALL GRADES. ,
From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and after the arrival of the evening
all points on Florida Central & trains from JACKSONVILLE and CEDAR &- attteiitioii .
Western Railroad.................... 9.25a.m. KEY, on Sunday Wednesday, reaching to our$ Special ENTIRELY NEW is stock called of G en. sine> PA4UMr.0 inelegant
FERXAJfwsA & JACKSONVILLE E. R. Savannah on the following morning. ,
leaves daily- Returning, Steamer leaves Savannah for cut and manufacture.
Train Florida
For Jacksonville..........................4:30 p.m. Fernandina on Tuesday and Saturday. Lands.The Gents' Goods
Train arrives daily- Through tickets sold to New York, Phila- Furnishing all the new styles.

From Jacksonville......................10.45 a.m. delphia, Boston, and Baltimore.For .
tickets and state-rooms, apply to
SEA ISLAND EOUTE. W. B. TUCKER 'iir A Cull line of
Agent, Ladies' and Gents'T
From Savannah,by the Bridgeton, Office foot of Centre Street, LOIVPRICE5. Underwear
Tuesday and Saturday.............. 4.00 p. m. Fernandina, Fla.J. Peninsular | ,
For Savannah, by steamer City of A. MERCIER,
Bridgeton, Sunday, Wednesday 5.00 p.m. General Passenger Agent.J. B We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

MALLORY LINE. N. HARRIMAN, Manager. AND York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed. ,
XeYork direct, by steamships OFFICES: C
For Corner Bay and Ocean Sts., Jacksonville, Fla. i
State of Texas or City of =-=--]Tropical Florida t
San Antonio,Thursday evening............... Bull and Congress Streets..Savannah, Ga. 'J. & T. KYDD
From New York direct by City of ,
San Antonio and State of Texas, LING-'S: : .
every Friday........................... 3.00 p.m. RAILROAD COMPANIES FERNANDINA, F LA.


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a large and carefully selected COUNTIES OF



FoYA Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.E3.A.J'f'D FUTNAM FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.

: :: K E Eo.CHIEFS:: : 7

Silk, Linen, and Cotton. MARION,
r w nr rr

,,I, Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, SU TER AND
i;: a = -_ =- = z_= -- .
Laces Towels -
;i I Q Napkins,

Dress Lining, Buttons HERNANDO

Ii I'IL .ia and Notions Generally. 7 : : -:

AT PRICES FROM -' C ynEf'x_ ,

Anew lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK-
d! I I TIES just received and marked low.

$1.25 to $10 per Acre.All .

Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior = >x -

4KIf4G these lands are in the central -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS
peninsular portion of the State and CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1,080 TONS.
ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS: we offer a ,
fine variety. STATE OF TEXAS, 1,543;: TONS.
within fifteen miles of Railroads in CAPON] ELET, 1,sos TONS.

FLORIDA AID SEMI TROPICAL CURIOSITIESA successful operation, traversing a territory WESTERN TEXAS 1,210 TON8.

POWDER SPECIALTY. which is being more rapidly
Absolutely Pure. SS Orders from the-Country Solicited.KING'S .*! settled and developed than any other

part of the State. of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDIXA FOR NEW YORK
POWDER never varies. A marvel ONE
rplIJS THURSDAY AFTERNOON arrival of afternoon
trains from
on Jack-
More mmomical purity, strength than and the wholesomeness.ordinary kind, 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. The fertility of the soil and accessi- sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

and cannot be sold in competition with the bility to the largest and best markets This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New
multitude of low test,short weight, alum or THE SUN, York:, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
pho ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
;3* lOG Wall Street, New York. THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. ble for the cultivation of fruits and. PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably early vegetables for shipment. For ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Cash in advance-Postage Free: JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
large and immediate profits there is RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the r
FOR SALE CHEAP : One Year......_...$0.00 One Month.....50 Cts. PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROADfor
" Six: Months..3.00 I Three Weeks33 Cts. no industry in Florida equal to the LAKE WEIR.

1 DINGS( AND SLABS,, Four Months.... 2.00 Two Weeks..25 Cts.
lj 10 cents per load. Three Months.... 1.50 I One Week......13 Cts. raising of early vegetables for Northern TIIROUGII HILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.
l UOHJII LUMBER, Two Months...... 1.00 I markets. For freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts. It. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, '
From$5 to $16 per M ft.,
For new and 'descriptive circular, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. f
according to quality. THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN.A .
address Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
$12 to $20 M. feet.
per Newspaper Giving Events in
i>nler by Telephone promptly attended to Compact Shape. ,
Land Commissioner .
Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Fernandina, Fla.,
TERMS Casb in Advance.
Office foot Centre Street. 8 Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United Or Ocala,.Florida. 38 DOTTERERINVITES
States and Canada.


't\ WM. F. WOOD,JB.,at his store, where ,,.":',f S: .. '
1SS4. Premium Copies 1884. '* ,
'pt'ituutionscan be seen, for opening drains, .
. to Getters Up of Clubs ;) :
"' 1 keti' '
ping Central Park in ,
''wnuition for good sanitary For the Baltimore Weekly Sun." I FIFE FAMILY GROCERIES fT-
('"unul such time as bidders and '.:;>::.::.'. '. ;
K-of the may agree upon ; bidders to have Five Copies.......................................$ 5.00 ." .. .
park for cultivation in payment *
'or With an extra Copy' of the Weekly .
j :
such >
drainage."J" .: jI"14!.._ .j. :
Sun one r ."- '>"' .r.
order ,
of -
, Council. G. F. AVERY I TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 >,' : :; ? EMBRACING'NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF.
I .' .' ri'v
uumnan Committee on Streets and Drains. Sun With one an year extra, ana copy one of the copy Weekly of the f'....".<..<......,.'. '>. >,.<..,...,""'!r:",JI'{<'I.'j&r... ; ,';,.'.'.":<,J.to

ST. Daily Sun three months. ;L-..': ,,,: : ,', FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.ONLY
JOSEPH'S ACADEMY.Feriiaiidiua FIFTEEN COPIES........................... 15.00 '....f,.'':-::,' "U1 "" ".". .'_ .
'' .
': : (f/'rFo"::: '
Fla. With an extra of the WeeklySun ;
one year, and copy one copy of the .;-, ,.( ''..i ",..,, :!'.:tr{ ,.{ .1." ;.} .' SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED: AS
THIS. INSTITUTION, UNDER THE Daily Sun nine months. ': \,7- :. '' c-' : :.: ?<: '. .
: ,,
is-L direction of the SISTEBS OF ST. JOSEPH THIRTY. COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 '',' '''' '"1'.'' ,,,T'. .' .. "" 'l >>,'- ,-.r.c.':. '
' Pleasantly located in one of the healthiest With an extra copy of the WeeklySun -.i.t; ,)._, ,. :,. PUKE AKD OP GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
Portions of Florida. and one copy of the Daily Sun .-, iI..f",..':.,.,,,;..y .' ,\"i;!. <,., !,tf, ,t: .. .n .'tf<,' .i. .
The '"1-" '''' '- .
building which was erected .. ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF
especially"'w one year.SINGLE '
'w' .<
4 f. r. '
a : Ji .
Boarding School, is large and airy. COPIES by mail..3 Cts. .:,,.'". ,. .. : "J'.. .''.'' ,
MM t Course of Instruction is thorough and .--; )::*' :::"HNJ-. _';*":.',:.''...,',". u4 '- ..
FrM .1 comprising. both in English and The safest method of transmitting money. .:.' ,e.r..J'.. ..,: t."***&: &$: :>"11",, bi', 'i. :.'.'.' -'. -f FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I
le benches of educaS .,. ,. ,, ;.
a good '-' 'j ; : ;;;; :;>.f ,.,\"'. ,. -
Board, Tuition Washing, Bed and by mail is by check, draft or post-office ..{. :! ""': ':,..',!' ,. '1 .''-t.f. ; "< : ..':':; =.' '.' -. ++- *III r +- -
S?I$ per quarter $ -50- Music ,LesliS ;, :: ::. :-. s ?:f ;: :: ""
i I V Qh I use of Instrument' 1200. money order. '''''..'. "i..,,.,.'..:.,,-'_ -.....';...'. .""'.*.,r..... ;"..:!. _" ,'1.1'"_. THE BEST. GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. .
Work u.Sewing and ever variety of Fancy 4 ,: ;
,taught without additional charge. No deviation from published terms. ttrf I
la\ : .
Sc' nients required in advance. i% - NEW GOODS Received by Every Steamer. '' .
ools .
For R ill reopen October 1st 1883. Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers. -r.: of' "7. ,
em.,. further particulars,apply to the Acad42 .SON, IRoN BUILDING, :, i .( -- -
Baltimore, :Md.: :r/ \tfj( ". Cor., Second and Centre< Sts." FERXANDIXA, FLA. .

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.' '"- County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of laxes-Henry'W. Long. ROUTE.
United, States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of Ret'euue'v. F. Trantham, CARD FLORIDA CENTRAL-&

:' LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. TIME WESTERN R. R.
THE Central
Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville.Receiver Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine, ( or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.)

-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULARAND JACKSONVILLE: November 18, 1883
Surveyor-General-\Ialachi Martin Talla Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. /COMMENCING this date, Trains on this
hassee. derson. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. \J road and its connection will run as follows -
DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T, Knight Key West. :

Sanderson. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. In Effect November 19th, 1883. WESTWARD.No.
Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr., 3. No. 1.
;Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. West. GOING Accom.
County Key
Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. SOUTH.Day Mail
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, Pas. Nt Pas. Leave Jacksonville....... 3.40pm 8.00am
A.M. P.M. 14 Baldwin ............
INTERNAL REVENUE. Sheriff '1. W. Tumblin Starke. Key West. 5.45 p m 8.
Leave Fernandina.................. 6.15 7.00 +! a m
Lake City...........
Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key 9.55pm 10.4-!
Leave Hart's Road Junction... 5.25 a IU
Butler. West. 7.45 Live Oak............12.50am
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector Arrive Callahan.................... 8.40 Madison ............ 2.45 11.34am
John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 7.38 9.20 Arrive Monticello......... 5.30am am 1.16pm
Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Fe. Sc/wols-L. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fenian- Leave Dutton................... ..... 8.05 9.53 Tallahassee....... 7.05am 3.00pm
Superintendent B. Rhodes, dina. Leave Branch............. 3.50 pm
John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Brandy 8.18 10.08 Leave Tallahassee......... 7.45 a
Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Arrive(Baldwin.................... 8.35 10.32 Arrive Quincy ......... .... 9.25 In 4.00 pm
BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Leave Baldwin....................... 8.55 10.42 Chatta. Riv er.11.15: am\5.03" pm
State Officer County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor (f Taxes-Wm. II. Garland, Fer- Leave Maxville..................... 9.17 11.08 Leave River Junction... a m 5.4,> pm

; Point. nandina. Leave Highland.................... 9.44 11.32 Arrive Marianna........... 6.00pm
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Olerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer Leave Lawfoy......................... 9.49 11.52 I Pensacola........_ 11.45 6.55pm
GOternor-'Vm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff( John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. A.M. Montgomery..... pra

Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Leave Temple's....................10.04 12.12 Mobile..........._. 6.55 a nj
Key West.Secretary gianna. botham, Callahan. Leave Starke.......................10.12 12.20 New Orleans.... 4.45am
of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Revenue-A. D. Johnston, Or- ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Thurston......................10.23 12.40 Nashville.......... 10.10am 7.15

lahassee. lando, Orange county.Superintendent County Judge-J. M. Orlando. Arrive Waldo.......................10.43 1.10 Louisville........:. 2.20 pm
Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. of Schools-M. E. English, Clerk-J. P. Hughey,Beggs Orlando., Leave Waldo.........................11.05 1.50 Cincinnati........ 6.45am: a 11)
Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle, Tallahassee. Titusville. Sheriff Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid.. Leave Gainesville................11.54 3.00 ; .'
Attorney-General-George P. Raney Talla- CLAY COUNT P.M. EASTWARD.No.
Assessor of Taxes-James.M.
hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Reid, Fla.Collector. Owens, Fort Leave Arredondo.................12.12 3.30 N o. 2.
Commissioner of Lands-P. ,V. White. Park. Leave 'Batton .......................12.24 3.50 Accom. Mail.
of Rcienue-A. M. Sanford. Arrive Jacksonville.......
Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. Hyer, Leave Archer........................12.40 4.40 7.30 am 9.00pm
Leave Baldwin ............
Leave Bronson................. 6.00 am 8.21
Public .... 1.06 pm
Superintendent of Instruction-E. K. Sheriff-James W. DeWitt Green Cove I "
Superintendent of Sc/tOo18-Jolm T. Beeks, Lake City........... 2.20am
Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. Leave Otter Creek.................. 1.38 6.35 u Live 6.18pm ..
Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. Leave Rosewood .................... 2.08 7.35 Oak..12.15 am 5.25 pm -
PUTNAM Madison ............
.' COUNTY.Judge Arrive Cedar Key................. 2.36 8.40pm 4.03pm
Collector of Relenue-A. S Chalker. : 8.15 "
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.Commissioner ,, )Ion .
fl of_Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. ticello ....... 5.50pm 1.55pm "'
-A. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of BC/tOols-R. W. Davis, f/terk-W. Forward Palatka. GOING NORTH. Tallahassee_....... .1lflnm.. 1 M n.,.
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Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shally. Day Pas. Nt Pas. Arrive Tallahassee....... 3.55pm C 1.01--4.U pm

Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods. A.M. P.M. Leave Quincy.............. 2.20pm 11.56am
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, AstorBulldin County Judge-W. :M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph .Price. Leave Cedar Key.................... 7.00 6.00 Leave Chatt'chee' Riverl2.10 p m 11.15 a m
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.................. 8.03 7.40 Marianna......... 10.05am

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.,Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Batton......................... 9.23 9.55 Mobile.............. 11.55pra
see.Associate Lake City. Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Arredondo................... 9.38 10.20 New Orleans...... 6.15pm
Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Gainesville.................10.00 11.00 Nashville.......... 8.25am

Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean Jack- Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner Arrive Waldo......... ............10.42 12.00A. Louisville........... 1.00am
Clerk-C. H. Foster Tallahassee. "
M. Cincinnati ......... 8.55pm
CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonville.Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Waldo.........................10.52 1.35 Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily
First Circuit E. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Leave Thurston.....................11.13 2.10 except Sunday.
I sacola. -Augustus. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Leave Starke........................11.28 2.35 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville
Assessor Taxes-Daniel Smith Jack-
Second Circuit-David S. Walker Tallahas- of P. Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson. Leave Temple's ....................11.36 2.50 to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers

sonville.Collector of Ret'enue-Moses J. Brown, ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Lawtey.........................11.53 3.25 Jacksonville to New Orleans daily.

see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. County Judge-.) _.R. Cooper, St. Augus P.M. : .
Fourth Oircuit-James\1. tine. Leave Highland.....................12.09 4.00 CONNECTIONS.At
ville. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. Leave Maxville....................12.27 4.30 Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
Circuit Thomas P. Gaines- sell Jacksonville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Arrive Baldwin ....................12.51 5.10 all points North and East; with the Fernan
Fifth King Augustine
ville. HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes- A. D. Rogero, St. Leave Baldwin......... ........... 1.11 5.45 dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan
Sixth Circuitr-H. L. :Mitchell Tampa. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.29 6.15 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on

Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias Leave Dutton......................... 1.44 5.40 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
Sheriff Samuel Altman, Jasper. .St. Augustine. Arrive Callahan.................... 2.10 72.5 At Baldwin with Florida Transit&: Peninsular

Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall Leave Callahan...................... 2.22 8.00 Railroad for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer
Court Calendar.FIRST I Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod, St. Augustine. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.03 9.10 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.

CIRCUIT. I Columbia County.Superintendent Arrive Fernandina................ 3.37 9.50 At Live Oak with the Savannah,Florida
SUMTER COUNTY. &Western Railroad.At .
Fall Term- of Schools-J. W. Reed, $&r Day Passenger daily except Sunday;
Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday in October. Jasper. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
Walton, 4th Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Railroad on Tuesdays Thursdays and Sat-
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday I Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. urdays.At .
W. L. Frierson Brooks-
County Judge-
in October. Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. DIVISION. Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
ville. Collector of Ret.'enue-Jp eph Hutchinson cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Fen-
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. GOING SOUTH.
Sumterville. Mobile
Montgomery, New Orleans,
in October.
Pas. Nt
Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- Day Pas. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest.
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in
October. ville.Assessor of laxes-TL J. Bradley, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. Leave Waldo. \.M.. A.M.1.40 and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -

Escambia, 1st Monday in December. SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave 2.10 Columbus and Eufaula.
Collector of Revenue F.M.Hedich, Brooks- The Shortest
Quickest Best Route to
This act amended section 2 of act of February
ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Liv P, P.M. all points 'Vest.JJ2rTake .
10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, Oak. Leave Hawthorne.. 2.36 the FLORAL

Spring Term. 1.ort Dade. Clerk-Robert:A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Lochloosa..................12.25 3.02 the NEW SHORT LINE via CITY the ROUTE Florida,

THIRD'CIRCUIT. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Orange Lake..12.51 3.35 Central and Western Railroad.
Spring Term- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.County Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Anthony Place............ 1.16 4.15
Tickets and
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions Leave Silver Spring............... 1.43 Through Sleeping Car Berths
secured at
Company's Depot Ticket Office,
April.Madison. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Welborn. Leave 2.00 5.00

2d Monday in April. Sheriff; D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. I Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones Leave Lake Weir Station........ 2.40 6.00 and and Hogan at new Jacksonville office southwest Fla.corner of Bay

Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. : Live Oak. Arrive'Vildwood................... 3.05 6.40 W. M. ,
Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue--Warren A. Givens, ,
in April. Tampa.Superintendent. Manager, Fla.

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

in April. Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.15 WALTER G. COLEMAN,
6th after 4th JEFFERSON.
Lafayette Tuesday
Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. Leave 8.05 8.25 Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville Fla.
in April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes S. D. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22
Fall Term- Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Cove. Hodges, Glen Leave Anthony Place............. 8.48 9.05
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Revenue-P. N. Leave Orange 9.12 9.55 CURTIS & CO. ,

October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Bryan, -Glen Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.40 .

Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent Schools-L. Leave Hawthorne................. 9.54 11.10 REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise. of D. Huston, Leave 11.40 ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA.
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ticello. A. \f.
in October. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. Arrive 12.15 Loans :
procured Exchanges
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Mortgages negotiated -
October. Assessor Taxes-J. Sheriff Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. SJ-Day Passenger daily except Sunday; effected.
P. Grantham Wau-
of Mill Sites
Night Passenger daily. Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
in acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
October. Superintendent
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. of Schools-E. Y. Watts,
FOURTH CIRCUIT Crawfordville. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. acres, for sale.
County W. J. Dixon New
Judge- Troy.
1 Spring Term Sheriff. J. Johnson, Old Town. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw GOING SOUTH. N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas
St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Troy. fordville. i Leave Fernandina. a. m. the terminus of the Atlantic& Mississippi
I. Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy. Collector of Revenue-R. McMillan,Craw Leave Hart's Road.11.05 a. m. Canal (under the survey made for Govern-
Bradford 1st Tuesday in April. fordville. Arrive Jacksonville..12.10 m. ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
Baker, 21 Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock New Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw p. construction of which having been grantedby
: Nassau 3d Tuesday in April. fordville. the United States Government and the

Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy.Collector 'of Revenue-Adelbert S. Leave Jacksonville..................... 3.15p.m. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
Fall Term- Old Ackley, Leave Hart's 4.25p.m. increase in the value of adjacent ]lands may

St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor Town.of Taxes-David R. Townsend THE FLORIDA Arrive Fernandina..................... 5.00p.m. be confidently looked for." (See New York
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. JJ2r Trains daily except Sunday. Sun, 27-3-81.)
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. SUNDAY TRAINS.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge -Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Leave Fernandina.7.00 a. m. 4.30 p.m. BOOTS AND SHOES.
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Fernandina Arrive Jacksonville..8.25 a. m. 5.55 p. m.
Clerk--C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Leave Jacksonville..9.10 a. m. 6.45 p.m.

Spring TermSumterr FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-Henry Felkel, Arrive Fernandina..l0.35 a. m. 8.15 p.m. TIIE NEW STORE.$
Tallahassee. Towns R. R.
on Line
3d Monday in March.
' Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. CONNECTIONS.AT .
Marion, 4th Monday in March. .
Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.Collector of Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- And Cedar Key. :s \ W. F. WOOD, Jr., I- S

. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor. of Taxes-G. A. Croome. Tallahassee. With New York and Fernandina Steam- 1

March. ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and { Proprietor, \ E]
Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in LEVY COUNTY. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers I for New York on Thursday. ,
March. Clerk-J.1\1. Barco, Bronson. a large With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- I
Fall Term- Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. nah and Brunswick c> I.I
number of the most daily except Sunday.
eligible and .I
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Ret'enue-D. B. Barco, Cedar Lots AT CALLAHAN. -r a: :
Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Key. suitable for Business Purposes, or for To and from Savannah and Charleston,

3} Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- and all points North and West, daily.AT .
City or Suburban Residences
+ Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. BALDWIN, FLA., s s ;

November. MADISON COUNTY. To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee, I

Spring Term SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- UPON EASY TERMS. and all points South, West, and Northwest, AND j jS

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

Volusia 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John :M. Beggs, Madison Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
Brevard 1st in
Monday March. -
Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. :a: :
1 ."' Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- WILDWOOD.

Fall Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Ret'enueB. D. Wordsend, rial enterprises, who will erect on the property Tampa daily except Sunday. 0 C>
I Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Madison. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg

Brevard, 2d,4th Monday Monday in November.in September.Dade ison.Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad- purchased substantial improvements daily except Sunday.AT <> \ Fernandina, \ :EJa

MANATEE COUNTY. for residence, or in which to conduct their With
.Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Cor. Centre & Third. S
County Officers. : \ }
'r. West and
'County Judge-Z. Crawford, Manatee. business. 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. I INDUCEMENTS TO Havana every Friday: from New Orleans -THE NEW STORE' ==
ville. Assessor of Taxes W. P. Parish, Braden-I MANUFACTURERS every Saturday.With .
i J. A. Carlisle Gainesville. town. Tampa Steamship Steamers
Clerk- Company's TO ARRIVE :
I Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-Marion. G. Carlton, by exemption for a term of years from L for and from. Key West, Monday and

Assessor of Taxes-S. H. Wienges, Gaines- Popash. taxation Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Mon BARRELS POTATOES.
; offered by the several cities and I 500
day and
r ville.. Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward, Friday.

: Collector of Rttenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Pine Level. towns. Apply to For information respecting routes, rates 500 BARRELS POTATOES.MUST .
ville. MARION COUNTY. etc., apply to

Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, County Judge-Samuel F. :Marshall, Ocala. CHAS. W. Fernandina.LEWIS, A. o. MACDONELL, : BE SOLD AT ONCE.
Gainesville. 'I I Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent.
; Office, cor. Beach & 7th sts.
: .' /. .. .' ." <' .', [ .- ,' Gen'l Supt. 12 FRED W. HOYT &

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REAL ESTATE.;: TO THE Noyes Louis Paplio J his x mark Emanuel .
= Pappino his x mark, Rodwell Palmer his BEADLEY'S
=.=:::-- Board of Commissioners x FERTILIZERS-
County. mark, Andrew Perry his x mark Henry .:...

.:'t. Nassau County, State of Floritia. Peterson, Peter Peterson his'x mark, Sam-
uel Pinkney his x: mark, Isaac Pino his x BRADLEY'S BRADLEY'S
mark, W H Pope, David Proctor, David G
',a., .":' I I T RESPECTFULLY ASK TO BE GRANTed Proctor, Joe Proctor, Ben Redding, Albert ORANGE TREE CIRCLE BRAND
ed a license for the sale of Ales, Wines Reynolds, Eddie Reynolds. John Rikart, .,
and Liquors in the City of Fernandina, and George Riley his x mark, Toney Riley his x BON EBRADLEY'S
,".. enclose
herewith the signatures of a majority mark,Ambrose Roberson his x mark, Bristo a .
of the registered voters of this Precinct, as Roberts his x mark, Richard Roberts his x BRADLEY'S
:',!,: > required by law.
mark Lewis Robertson his mark
x Edward .
J. FRED LOHMAN.We Rodgers his x mark, Pablo Rodgers his x PURE

'.,: >, mark, Cam Robinson his x mark. George (VEGETABLE

the undersigned, voters of Election Robinson, Joseph W Robinson, Nicholas FINE-GROUND ,
Precinct 1 in Nassau County, respectfully Robinson his x mark, John C Rutishauser, FERTILIZER, BONE ; -
'. ; ". request that the above petition be granted. Charles H Saunders, Samuel Savage his x

y.: .., Amos Atkins his x mark,James Avery his mark, Henry Scott his x mark, Dock Scott BRADLEY'S]
.. his x mark William F V Scott Isaac TBRADLEY'SPATENT
>I" nark, T A Acosta, James Albert, Alfred Shark-
;'. Alberti, John Alberti his x mark Dempsey ley his x mark, William Sharp his x mark, -- B.D. SEA-FOWL
Alexander his x mark, Henry Allen his x Thomas Sims his x mark, Henry Simkins .
mark, George Anderson his mark, Mingo his x mark, Parish Simmons his x mark, PHOSPHATE. GUANO.
Anderson his x mark, James Annette, Moses May Small his x mark, Daniel Smith his x
", Armstrong his x mark,Cupid Armstrong i mark, Henry Smith his x mark, H M Smith

,..t his x mark, Richard Austin. George Avery his x mark. Henry W Smith his x mark, W. H. GARLAND, 11 GEO. E.
'" his x mark, Henry Baird, Cesar Baker his x James Smith his x mark, John Smith his x
( mark, Charles Baker his x mark, Frederik mark, John W Smith Sr his x mark,Jordan ;; W'AGn"T,
: \ Baker his x mark) Henry Baker his x mark, Smith his x mark, George Soption his x f 1 STATE AGEST, ,

Jack Baker his x mark, John Baker his x mark, Louis Spaulding his x mark, Arthur FERNANDINA, FLA. "
ry Steil, Henry Stewart his x mark James JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
.: mark, Joseph Baker, his x mark, Roderick ,
Baker his x mark, Henry Barker, Daniel R Stewart his x mark, Stephen Stewart his x
Baxter George Bell Bell mark, William P Streety, Mark Sweetwinehis
'. Henry his x mark,
;., James Bell, William B Bell, Thomas B Bel- x: mark, Sandy Sye his'x mark, Benjamin FERTILIZERS
lows, John Benjamin his x mark, Joseph Talbot his x mark, Moses J Taylor his !

., Blake his x mark,Thomas Blake his x mark, x mark, William Taylor his x mark. Jere-
j,' Peter Blue his x mark, William Blue his x miah Thomas his x mark, Columbus Thomas I have on hand, and am constantly receiving, supplies of
mark, William Blue Jr his x mark, April his x mark, William Thomas his x mark,
Bonaparte his x mark, Peter Bonaud,Joseph William Thomas ((2)), Lehman Thomlinson, Wilkinson's Celebrated Bone
Bowls his x mark, H C Bradford, A J Bras- H M Tison, Roman Traeye his x mark, Fertilizers .

well, V R Bristol, Andrew Brown his x Abraham Tremmins his x mark, Robert FOR FRUIT TREES
Tucker his x mark, Jesse Tynes his mark GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES.
mark, John H Brown his x mark, Samuel x ,
Florida Lands.The Brown his mark Simon Valentine his x mark, Sam Vickery
Prince Brooks
x his UNDER
PREPARED especially suited to soil and
his our
mark, Robert Brown his x mark, Samuel x mark, Benjamin F Waas,Sam Walker, crops to withstand drouth. climate, '
Brown his mark Willis Walters his x mark, John Washington ,
x George Bryant his x prSold at Manufacturer's Prices, freight added.
mark, C S Busbee. Robert Butler, Paul Ca- his x mark, Louis Watson his x mark,
Henry Wells, John Wells his mark --ALSO IN STOCK:- ,
palia his x mark R W Calwell his x mark, x 4
George H Clay his x mark, Henry Clay hisx Charles Westberg., John L Whaly, J W Pure Ground Bone, Dissolved Bone for Composting, Cotton-Seed Meal :
Peninsular [I' mark Chatham Clinch George Clinch .' Whitens, Benjamin Wideawake his x mark, Ash Element ,
:Muriate and
Alfred Collins his x mark, Henry Commodore Adam Williams his x mark,Ansel Williamshis Sulphate of Potash; Land Plaster, etc.

his x mark, Warren Commodore hisx x mark, Charles Williams his x mark, 1J2j'-Send for Circulars and prices. I '
AND mark Cook his Charles Williams his x mark, Custis Williams -
Joseph x mark, Charles w. F. SCOTT.
Cooper his x mark, Sumersault Cooper his x his x mark, Daniel Williams his x Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883. GnhiS1BLEY'S&EDS
mark, Dock Williams his x mark, Dudley
mark William his
Cooper x mark, Freeman
.-.,JTropical Florida) Copeland his x mark, Lee Cothran his x Williams his x mark, Hogarth Williams hisx
mark, Wm F Courter Roman Cribb his x mark, James Williams his x mark, Mer-\
mark, John Crandall his x mark, James Cul- rick Williams his x mark, Morris Williams '
RAILROAD COMPANIES pepper his x mark, Robert Cunningham hisx his x mark. Ned Williams his x: mark, San- $
Williams his
dy mark
x Scipio Williams
mark, Robert Cunningham Jr his x mark,
his x mark. Thomas Williams his x mark,
Thomas Dana his x mark, Wallace Daw-
Prince Wilkerson his mark, Richard Wil- of ALL PLANTS for ALL CROPs for cJ.
kil1! Louis Deas his mark Geo De :Motte All
I x MATE! ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE, Romeo Donegal x mark. :Matthew Downey, kerson his x mark, Thomas Wilkerson his x: Grain and Farm Seed Manual;HistorY and best method.
Gilbert his mark, Joseph Wilkerson his x mark, George of culture of Groins,Root Crops, Grasses Fodder Crops Tree _
mark. John Douglass
Planting, etc. only lO
ts. Annual
COUNTIES OF Wilson his mark Lawrence CatalDgIU and Prig List of
x Wilson his
Andrew Dover, James Drummond his x x several thousand varieties, FREE. POOR CDS
mark, Frederick Crews his x mark, John A mark, Robert E Wilson his x mark,William SIBLEY'SSEEDS HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. Rochester. N.VO" Chicago III.
Wilson ,
George E Wolffe
Benjamin Wright
Ellermann, John Elbert. Van Ellison his x
ALACHU ;, mark, Charles W Estes,Julius Evans, John his x mark. William Wright iiis x mark, -
Barr Stephen Write his x mark. Levi Young, -
John Felder, Freeman Ferrell his x
mark, John Finly his x mark, Stephen Fin- July Young his x mark, Obed Young his x
PUTNAM;, l ly his x mark, Michael Fitzpatrick, Thomas mark, Sam Yonge his x mark, Amos Atkin COLLINS!

Fitzpatrick his x mark,his Henry x mark Fletcher, Robert his Fitzgerald x mark, Benton.his x mark Dennis, John Coniff Barr., Nelson William Cantee Birt, Dread, Sam t <
Cribb W J Crim, Frank Foster
George Fo-
Floyd his x mark, J W Flynn, Butler
Francis,Francis Frank his x mark, Henry garty, Marshal Irons his x mark, R tV C stJJi! ih1326.:
Hennings. T A Hardy, Cyrus Howard, Edward .
SUMTER ANDHERNANDO i Franklin his x mark David Freeman his
Johnson, J S Lee, William Lizamore,
x mark, John Freeman his x mark Aleck
Foreman his x mark, Benjamin Fuller hisx Charles Mann, Jake Miller, William Mar-
mark Paul Funke tin, F A W Marshall, Charles Muller, Chas ..
John Gardiner, Ben- : '
; A Newman J T Oneal D H Sutton .
jamin Germain his x mark, Adam Gibbs hisx
mark. Joseph Gibbs his x mark, Fred Gibson Samuels. C J Van Nostrand, Stephen Washington : ;'i\;: .''.,

AT PRICES FROM his x mark, Albert Glaiber, R W H Isaac White, Toby Williams, Henry : ;
Godfrey J Godfrey, Charley Grant his x Walker, Ed Dukehart, Ben Thomas, C E .1" '-:.,'.
Perdy, Ephraim Coleman his x mark, R J
mark, Israel Grant his x mark, \V E Gray,
Stepney Green his x mark, Sidney Griffin Williams, James Makey his x mark, Warren
$1.25 to $10'per Acre. his x mark, Willis Hall, Robert HanleJ, W Mason, Toney Wyllie his x mark, Daniel
J Harrison his x mark, Latimore Edwards his .
Hanley. W H Hannehan, John Hargethis
x mark, Peter Frank his x mark, Antonio _
x mark, Allen Harker his x mark, Hen .--
Armentero, Josetf E Madden, John McDermott \ -
Harker his mark Jacob Harris
ry x his x
All these lands are in the central Moses Hunter his x mark, Wabby '

iiart mark T'P' ,.ins Jefferson. x mark.:,Harris:Shade. his Hayes__ x mark.his_ x, Henry mark, Washington his. x__ mark.___n___._DavidV_.__ .. _Alvprmn__._.___.., J
peninsular portion. of the State and Newton
Matthew Hawkins his x mark, Thomas Bradley his x mark, Isaac Tison hisx

within fifteen miles of Railroads in Headen his x mark, Green Henderson hisx mark, Fred B Lewis, Carey E Freeman MANUFACTURERS
his x mark, Nicholas Tasterin John S ClarkAlfred
mark, Joseph Higgins, George Hill his x
successful territory mark Henry Hobein Holzen orff Lucas, S C Svenkemd, Lewis Wil OFPicks
operation Henry Jr
traversing a his x mark, Henry Holzendorir Sr his x liams 1m x mark, Henry Hughes his x Axes Hatchets

which is being more rapidly mark, Thomas Holzendorlf his x mark, mark, Walter Roberts his x mark, C Dono- ,
Henry Hooper his x mark :Moses Hooper van, Cupid Armstrong, Orvin Kelly, Rufus ,
fettled and developed than any other Jr his x mark, Thomas Hubbard his x mark, Walker his x mark, Carl Frank/Edward AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
Frank Hughes his x mark, Joseph Hunter Bailey his x mark, RandalL Albert, Irvin
part of the State. his x mark, Cleophas II Huot: ,James Hutch I Johnson, Alfred Hamilton, Simon Smith, TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.

erson, John Jackson his mark Douglass King, George Williams, Joseph
The fertility of the soil and accessibility x Solomon Sims, Marshrl Johns Also FINE STEEL
Jackson his x mark, James Jenkins his x William Johnson, AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf

, to the and best markets mark, Louis Jenkins, Marshall Jenkins hisx Toney kins Edwards, Griffin Jake' Jen all sizes and price from $3 $30.
largest mark, Allen Johnson his x mark, Daniel Samuel Owens, Sam White, Oswald : to Also, Plowing Machines.

make these lands particularly desira- Johnson his: x mark Edgar Johnson his x Germain, Carolina Molby, Stephen Hattoch. Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &c.,
mark, A C Johnson 1m x mark Henry by writing to the makers,
hIe' for the cultivation of fruits and Johnson his x mark, Jake Johnson his x We, the undersigned, certify that all the -
mark, Parish Johnson his x mark, Rufus above names were signed in our presence. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.

I' yh'u'ge vegetables for shipment. For Johnson. Simon Johnson his x mark, Simon WARREN :MASON,
A. W. LOHMAN: ..
Johnson Jr his x mark, Stepney Johnson .
] and immediate profits there is his x mark, Charles Jones his x mark. Barry ,Yo J. CRIM, DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SINDIAN .
Jones his x mark, Morris Jones his x PETER BONAUD.AN .
'1\1\> industry in Florida equal to the mark, Robert Jones his x.mark, William

Jones his x markV J Jones his x mark, ORDINANCE
;raring of early vegetables for North- William J Joseph his x mark. Wyley Jones For Fixing the Kate of Assessment BLOOD SYRUP I

i-in, markets.For his x mark, David Joseph his x mark, Harry for Taxation for
Joseph his mark Lewis
x Joseph his x
the Year ISS3.BE .
mark William Joseph his x mark. Hansel
new and descriptive circular, Keith his x mark Henry Keizer, Thomas C'p- ures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, BowelsKidneys ;
"''Mress Keizer his x mark. Benjamin Kennedy. COUNCIL OF FERNANDINA BY THE CITY I : Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testify to its
x mark, Daniel King his x mark, John F
CHAS. W. LEWIS, King his x mark, Plato King his x mark, SECTION 1. That, for the purpose of meet- ellicacy in healing the above named diseases, and
Samuel King his mark Samuel ing the current expenses of said City and
x King hisx pronounce it to be the Best It DIed .
Land Commissioner, mark. William King, Jacob Klarer, Julius the past due indebtedness thereof, for the year ,-Known- to Man
Klotz. William Knabb his x mark, Charles 1883, there be raise;'by a levy upon the real

VI' Fernandina, Fla., J Kcester, Friederich Kruse, Carl L Lange, and personal property of the city as assessed, GUARANTEED
Ocala, Florida. 38 Ephraim Latham his x mark, F C Latham, a tax of((121)) twelve and one-half mills on DYSPEPSIA.

George A Latham,Jasper W Latham, Henry the dollar, as follows : Trade Mark.
ri! .. '; S Lawrence, James Lawson, John B Lee For current expenses..................1 per cent.
"i'J his x mark. Levi Legins, Joseph Ligeour, For past due bonds................... 21 mills. AGENTS sl
Talbert Little. Washington Little. Anderson SEC.. 2. That the. ((1)) one per cent. of the .

Lizzemore his x mark Samuel Lizzemore tax aoove assessed lor- current expenses may Laboratory 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it :
'. his x mark, A W Lohman, James Long Jr be paid in City Scrip or cash ; but that the

,'- ,. his x mark, James L Long Lawrence Long remainder of the tax, or the ((2J) two and CEDARTOWX, GA. June 20th '
\-t his x mark, Thomas Long his one-half mills of the tax thus assessed shall ,
x mark. Jo- Dr. Clark Johiison
be :-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of
seph Longwood his x mark, James Love hisx paid in cash, bonds or coupons. Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. your
mark, Samuel Love. Rinaldo MacDonellhis Passed first reading January 2, 1884. 46 RUDIE
x: mark Benjamin Mack his x mark, A Rules waived, and passed second reading CANTLER.

R Manucy, Henry Martin George L Martin, January 2, 1884. J
R A McBean, Aaron McCall his x mark, Read third time, and adopted January 2, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. IDO'W'S;
Isaac McCall his x mark, Jonas McCall hisx 1884. .
mark, Peter McCall his x mark, Stephen FRED W. HOYT, \
McCann his x mark, Jacob :McClure his x President of Council, pro tern. HORACE DREW GINGER CORDIALIS

mark, Frank McDonald his x mark. Obed Attest : Stationer,
1' McDonald his x mark, Robert McDonaldhis W. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. Bookseller NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,

,. = x mark,' James McDuffy' his -x mark, Approved, : Printer and Binder. but contains all the medicinal proper-
Elias McFarland, Burrel McNeal, Edward F. C. SUHRER, ties cf the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It

McRae his x mark, Charles McRose his x Acting Mayor. is very pleasant to take, and
mark: James McWaters, Thomas Medden, School Books and Orange WrapsNOW
Jonah Miller his x mark, Peter Miller his x HEADACHE, "'
mark Robert Miller his x, mark, Gustav To Owners of Lands Sold for, A SPECIALITY. COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC, ; ;
Minkley, Ben Mitchael< his x mark. J T Taxes. 4

Mitchael his x mark, July Mitchael his x CO PrROLLER'S OFFICE 1 %3?" Liberal discounts to Teachers and DIARRHEA DYSENTERY, ,. '

mark, Seek Mitchael his x mark, Daniel Tallahassee, Fla.. Dec. 18. 1883. j I Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on
Mitchael his x mark, Allen Mitchael his x WHOSE LANDS WERE SOLD application. PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels,
mark, Joseph Mode David Moody, James, for taxes prior to the 3d of
Mooney, J H Mooney, Edward Mordecai, March 1883, will take notice that after the 59 W. BAY STREET, MALARIA: by warming and stimulat-
C W Morgan, James J Morris his x mark, 3d of March, 1884, the certificates sale will ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
Stephen Morris his x mark, Isaiah Morrisonhis be subject to purchase by'any one applying JACKSONVILLE FLA. action. Sold by .
mark Augustus Moseley his x mark for the PALMER: BRO'S
x same and paying amount required by ,
Henry Muller, Lewis Napoleon his x mark, law. After that date no notice or preference 'Nassau Fibre, Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. .

Manuel Nattiel his x mark, Joseph H New- is required to be given to owners. For,beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto $ Also, Agents for DOWS JAMAICA:
,.,. '. ton, Z Nickola, George Norman his x mark, W. D. BARXES, anything else in use. For sale by GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
Alonzo B Noyes, Charles A Noyes, E P j5-4t Comptroller. June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. without peppei. 22 .



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{ THE FLORIDA MIRROR. A F.Priest.Scott, of Fernandina, Deputy Grand JGtRI E. Sauer-Kraut -

went W. V. R. Plummer,of Key West Grand Port of Fernandina.HIGH 10*cts. a pound AT J. KLARER'S,
Corner Ash and
Paterson, of Madison, Grand Scribe. Saturday, Jan. 19...... :40 1:00 .
A.M. P.M.Sunday Notice to
S. of Tax-Payers.
Wilmarth Jacksonville
20...... 1:29" 1:51 ,
Reflections. 7.15 a. Monday, 21...... C19" 2'41" I am now prepared to receive the taxes
C. Dawkins, of Jacksonville, Grand u for the city of Fernandina. assess
Key Tuesday, 22...... 3:11" 3:34 for the
,Dr.C. A.Simmons, Hawthorn, is in the Wednesday, 23...... 4:05" 4:28 h year 1883. J. E. MEDDACGH
A. McLean, of Jacksonville, Grand h City Tax Collector
Thursday, 24...... 5:00 5:22:
city.Hon. 6.20 Fernandina, December 15, 1883,
Friday, 25..... 5:54" 6:17:
D. L. Yulee left for Washington
yesterday. ; Mails on the Transit lload. ENTERED. 1,000,000 Brick for Sale,

S. C. Hale and wife,of Boston, were guests leaves the quarter ending December 31st Jan. 12-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette, At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick
Savannah with and 24x4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON
freight & CoMacon .
at the Egmont this week. next agents on the Florida Transit road, 46-4m ,
passengers, to W. B. Tucker, Ga.
II. Conkling and wife, of New York, have ger here and Cedar Key, handled the agent.
been stopping at the Egmont this.week. the matter: 10,789 packages letters, 15-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette, Amelia Beach.
On sacks Savannah ; with freight and pas- THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under
The next meeting of the Grand Lodge of papers, 12,258 registered pack- sengers, to W. B.Tucker agent. supervision of Mrs. Sweeneyvho will the

Masons takes place in Palatka in January, road, 15-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, pleased to receive her old friends and the be
1885. daily; the same period in 1882, the mail 1,680 tons, New York ; freight public generally. Choicest oysters, fish,etc
; 9,638 packages letters, 1,366 sacks and passengers, to R. W. South- constantly on hand. tf. '
J. F. Segner and wife of Burlington, Ia., wick, agent.
left the Egmont Thursday for a trip up the and 8,086 registered packages. This 18-Schr. Fannie E. Walston, Marr, Last :Notice to Tax-Payers.
son an increase in 1883 over the previous Savannah ; Hilliard & Bailey.
St. Johns.W. of 18-Brig Salve Virgin Maria Llorca During the month of January I will be
1,151 packages or 50,040 letters, 262 office Second at
Lewis of Cedar Cienfuegas, Cuba J. C. Read. my on street daily for the purpose .
Key, shipped 5,000 or 31,800 papers, and 4,172 registered ; of receiving the remaining unpaid State
pounds of fish by the steamship San Antonio .At CLEARED. and County taxes for 1883. Property '.
this week. Jan. 13-S. P.City of Bridgeton, Dennette, which the taxes remain unpaid on
son, : Savannah, with freight and passengers 1st will be advertised. W. F. SCOTT February
Capt. Win. Stoever and J. Tomlinson, South, Died. by W. B.Tucker agent. Coll. Rev. Nassau ,
of Philadelphia, have been quartered at the to fill this city, at her residence, on Saturday, 16-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette Fernandina January 1st, 1884. Co.

Egmont for a few days. the inst., at 8 a. uu., :MRS. FANNY S. PAPY, Savannah ; with freight and
passengers, by W. B. Tucker,
I ; The officers of Ponce de Leon Council, No. of the late Mariano D. Papy, in the agent. For Sale.

,- 922, A. L. of IL, will be installed next ,.'.{a8 year of her age. 17-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, cambia The lot and, 50x100 Fourth feet streets, on the corner of EsE- I'
has 1,680 tons, New York known as the :
another the freight
j links that bind us ;
at 8 o'clock.At Acosta Lot. Titles
Friday evening ond passengers, to R. W. South- unquestionable. ,:
At past been severed. :Mrs. Papy was a Terms cash. Apply toMRS.
the meeting of the City Council held wick, agent.IN .
of the late Thomas P. Chaires one PORT. J. J. ACOSTA,
this week, Mr. James McGiffin was elected 7
week, early pioneers of this section. Here Bark Sappho (Br.), McPhee. Post-Office Box 173.
chief of the Fire Department. Bark Memento
I made native county of Leon, the daughter Zacharansen. -=
George L. Cowans of Nashville with his Brig Bogota Tixera. SEED POTATOES.
reared, lived and died. In 1854
August, Brig Salve Virgin Maria (Sp.), Llorca.
lovely bride, have been spending a short ard. married to the late Mariano D. Papy, Schr. Fannie E. Walston, Marr. EARLY ROSE.

time in our city at the Egmont. for a score of years was the happy wife Schr. Chas. E. Lester, Truitt. EARLY VERMONT,
Schr. William Wilson BEAUTY OF HEBRON
The Sate Texas which left Fernandina death her of her Berry. ,
of deprived loving hus Schr. Mary I,. Allen, Butler. WHITE ELEPHANT.
last Friday, arrived at New York R o'clock H and fond protector. Bereft of her de-
Also full
a assortment; ofTHORBURRIS'
Monday morning last-a quick trip. companion, she turned to their only Valuable Orange Lands for Sale

The Churchman, the organ of the Protes- '' for comfort and solace, and on her Tracts containing twenty acres each of RELIABLE GARDEN SEEDS.

: tant Episcopal Church in this State has Dr.' the wealth of a widowed mother's choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake For sale low by W. F. SCOTT.

changed its name to Church and Home. But though an indulgent parent she suitable for orange growing and truck farming COTTAGE,

The dime readings of St. Peter's Parish a devoted" Christian mother, and are now offered for sale. These landsare LUCY

soughtsto instill into the tender very conveniently situated for Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
have been resumed, the first reading taking watch transpor-
place at the residence of Mrs. Dr. Horsey The of her offspring the germ of those prin- tation, by water or rail, and will be sold on FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.
that had been her guide all through terms
Thursday night. dow. to suit purchasers. Titles are unques-
and which-she and her husband had tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Offers pleasant rooms.'well furnished,with
The rigor of the present winter in New night, or without board. Table
together for Not Boarders will
twenty years. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, be
England is growing too severe for the Eng- very accommodated ; also transient.
did she
as a parent illustrate the beauti-
February 16,1882.
lish sparrows, and large numbers of them
of Christianity, but as a neigh-
have been frozen to death. rel, fib
fid friend to the
as a poor and in social life
Messrs. James Menzies and E. S. Loomis unobtrusive piety manifest itself-it

were elected deacons of the Presbyterian p beautiful in its simplicity,forshe fulfilled
Church last Sunday. Their ordination will the Scriptural injunction : Let

take place to-morrow morning. up this thy right hand know what the left hand NEW GOODS

Rev. C. H. Fowler, of New York, and Rev. were ," and more than one poor widow has

A. H. Gillet, of Cincinnati, who were dele blessings upon the beneficent hand
gates to the convention last week, have been supplied urgent wants. Nor were her r. -

; enjoying the hospitalities of the Egmont.The sence of kindness and charity restricted to .

fine new hotel at Lower Suwanee stairs there? closing years of her pilgrimage, but in j ] BOOTS L y

long life-in childhood, in budding
Springs was destroyed by fire Wednesday

morning. Loss, $75,000 ; insurance, $50,000. the Priest.'V. in mature age and in declining rn
she gave liberally and upbraided not.
The hotel was only completed last season. made 0 A
t was what is commonly called "popu-
The newly-elected officers of c. 8
for in her large circle of acquaintances COMPLETE STOCK
Lodge, No. 2535. K. of H., were installed on H(

spoke evil of none, but kindly to all. 00 FOR
Tuesday last by Deputy Grand Dictator Mac-
of a retiring disposition and not
Donell. The is in
: a prosperous con 00
much in society on account of
infirmities, she made many warm M
Fred W. Hoyt, W. M., of Amelia Lodge, dies of by her cordial manners and undevi- LADIES' AND GENTS', d

; No. 47, F. & A. MM and Warren F. Scott, by the kindness. She was given to hospitality, c.1H

: ; H. P., of Nassau Chapter,No. 17,representedtheir was never happier than when she could MISSES, N

respective bodies at the Grand Lodgeat the to the pleasure and wants of others. rh CHILDREN'SAND

: Jacksonville this week.A and immense crowd that attended her
1I V
complete set of new and elegant silver 1J from the Methodist Church last
by the
ware and cutlery has lately been purchasedof I and morning attested more fully than INFANTS

Mr. Greenleaf, of Jacksonville, for the terrier the respect, esteemed and affection in = r

Mansion House. The,ware is afac simile of she was held in a community where -

that used in the Hotel St. Denis, New York. The had been reared, lived and died. We H rU

Henry Williams, a colored man employedin in to our miss her-the poor to whom she J SHOES [

i Dury&e's saw-mill, received a painful 1 always ready to lend a helping hand, =

wound in the thigh on Wednesday last by the t Church in which she had been

the explosion of a small buzz saw, a piece since childhood, and to
of which struck him wounding him as men she was a liberal contributor, her ,

tioned. that 1 circle of acquaintances for each of &2 PERFECT FITTING,

The sleeping cars "Lake Dora" and she had a kind word, the faithful ser
Silver Springs," for the Transit Railroad I, handy who have been' in her service for a ,

now running in connection with the two period of years, bud more than all that

boudoir cars of Love & Alden, were built by ] devoted daughter and the children

the Jackson & Sharp Company, of Wilmington At :May God comfort them. To r FAIR PRICES 1 S

Del., and are comfortable in every par: and she has left legacy, more precious $ $ s
ticular. held gold, which never perisheth-a legacy

The steamship San Antonio sailed Thursday will never, never fade. May they

night for New York with the following R. re this sacred heirloom and like the

cargo: GOG barrels rosin, 48 barrels spirits G. !. !, -,;"1loM poop ut qou: ? eq aaqjoui

turpentine, 405 boxes oranges, 171 cases Grand N. 1 1. H. PRESCOTT r ail

4 ; cedar, 34 bales sea island cotton, 47 empty Died. 0

kegs, 27 packages fresh fish, 76 packages W. Lawtey Fla., on the 15th inst., Rolvin ,
merchandise. only son of Mr. Samuel K. Skeen < 0

", The steamer St. Nicholas has been withdrawn H. 111., aged 21 years.
t from the Sea Island Route. The D. FLA. rn
. City of Bridgeton will perform the following retary. Hotel Arrivals.EGMONT. .

) i. service: Leave here every Sunday and Grand .

i Wednesday evening, reaching Savannah the H Fowler, E D Webb Jas Stanley, G H S ARRIVING WEEKLYThe
I following morning. Returning,leave Savannah : E S Edgerton, G Leve, Thos O'Brien,

i on Tuesday and Saturday. See advertisement J. and wife. R Vennia, New York;
J elsewhere. Gillet, Frank C Smillie, Cincinnati ; E
j and wife, John T Walker Mrs R H
L Two new locomotives, No. 19, "Sumter," J. and family, Mrs J H McGinniss, ,
1; and No. 20, Hernando," arrived here this L Grand Stockton,Thos:M Wilson,F L Adams,
j!',' ; week. They were built with all the latest ; S J Wailes, Washington ; H C -
Kansas S C Hale and
; wife, Boston ;
in air brakes
improvements etc., for the
Holland and
wife Miss Cora Holland, Peculiar
Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroad b y Ind ; S F Hall and wife, Chicago; Mystery!
. : the Rogers Locomotive Works atPaterson| G, Milkman, Providence, R I: Wm Oat It was one of the peculiarities of the old-fashioned Doctors that the:)

:fT N. J. The Sumter" made her maiden R. wife, Staten Island, NY ; E W Haines, never. would tell patients what they were prescribing for them. They said

trip on the road yesterday, taking out the Sword Cowan, N and Y ;wife Arthur, Nashville Dalton,;Jersey H C Cook City;, ;:would do the patients no good to know, and that it would only be grati-

i > special train to Callahan, which had been ; C 'Glenn, Richmond, Va ; yaiga foolish curiosity. In order to keep patients from knowing they

placed by Superintendent Maxwell at the W. Curtis St Marys, Ga ; P D Medded, would write the Descriptions in dog-Latin so that most patients could ntf
Inas Brunswick Ga M: H read
disposal of Hon. D. L. Yulee. ; Stoever, Jos therm Athat'sortofthinrisnowovcr.: Tls-patientwantstoknowwha:
ard.N. J Tomlinson Philadelphia; Elias
he lakes.
Atlanta T F He is weak, and wants to be and
; Segner and wife, Bur cirong:: or he is dyspeptic,
The Skating Club. : Ia ; Jos M Brown, Atlanta. wants to digest well. Or he has a troublesome! liver which he wants to
The next entertainment of
the FernandinaRoller put to rights. So he
was takes Brown's Iron PUtcis; : about which there is! no
i Skating Club is to be a calico party Lost.
mastery at all. This is the best ti-, of iron -
prep r? n in the world, (n com
p. S with music, skating and dancing. Guests .;} Warrant N('. 79. issued in favor of bination with gentle efficient
I will appear in calico wholly or partially.The ] for the sum of $28.90. All, persons enfeebled yet tonics. It gives strength. It builds; up

affair will take place on the evening of W. not to negotiate or trade for it. systems. It enriches impoverished blood. It removes feminine!
CHAS. H. BERG. weaknesses. It casts out It is
Friday, February 8th. High debility. what YOU want, and your druggist
Fernandina, January 18, 1884. I bas it. 2


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