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 26, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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TIlE LATE COLD WAVES.Having vegetation; but half a mile. back, potato tops NEW YORK GOS !P.DELMONICO'S' I I throwing her cards down, "I have not even WASHINGTON. "',

noticed the reports of the late coldin were' cut down. I got a finger of a hand." Not bad for an in-

sections, and some views advanced At Orlando. water froze in basins and ESTATE-INNESS' PICTURE OF fant. HARD WORK BEING DONE BY THE HOUSE COM
different I I1u\1 induced to tell a little of my ewers, mercury at 30. NIAGARA-CHURCH'S CANVAS.To :Poor Sunset Cox. Beaten at all points in :UITrEES-TllE NATIONAL; DEMOCRATIC ....

At Sanford much the same at Ft. Reed the Editor of the Mirnrr COMMITTEE
fifty ) observation and, experience ; : rNEwYORXJanuary :. politeness, simply because he happened to '
own (nearly delicate garden vegetables cut down even 19 884. that To the Editor of the Mirror: ..
in Florida. I learned the fact some I ; possess unfortunate quality of wit, he "

that if the cold came' gra d"t I the rose geranium leaves blackened. Delmonico was buried on, 'Thursday.With has now fallen back again on literature. WASHINGTON, D. C., January\ 17.This'hasbeen .

forty t years ago hardened or down si .or.' i Everywhere the banana leaves are shrivelledand the details of the disco erf.of' the re- Still the report in the papers that he was to another busy week in Con-

allv'to get the would'. sap' stand a cold. '. nearly or wilted, though' we'know the roots will mains in a deserted spot in Orange, N. J., get $76,000 for the history of American poli- gress.. On Monday the,day of every week

ange down tree or until the roots'were spring up.again. The sugar cane, so far as the telegraph has already made you acquainted tics fromJthe time of Buchanan is absurd.If set apart for the/ introduction, of bills, ala
to zero, :
quite : heard, from, is uninjured.-Kisslininee Bitter. but what will become of the he gets $10,000 he is getting a big price. number of important and unimportantmeasures

frozen. from" Virginia, 'at. 'Sweet. property is yet a matter of speculation' for Cox is one of those men ,who never get their were thrown upon the clerk's desK,
of Congress, *
A member of,an tree I ," the outside, world,find one of doubt for even ,desserts.' Had he taken to literature for 'a read and referred. Committees have been

that tim'e-informed the ground me on.orange the! : peninsula .- From what we can gather the late freeze the members of. the ,family. -The. estate living,and been a man of business, he would hard at work ; the Seriate rules have been
in open
standing which the dead'nlan leaves is discussed and adopted ; the Mississippi river
'estimated at be rich '
and the Chesapeake extended through the whole State, and was now a man. "
between the ocean .. improvement apprppriation has both
from two toy five millions. From passed
reliable ---- ---
limbs and fruit buds the severest that.has, taken place for several a
Bay, the .end"of. ,the source I learn that the property fs nearer the Hotel Arrivals. Houses, and awaits the signature of the
At this the went '
winter. At that years past. place mercury"- '
being killed every tw'o "
only President. But the topics which both
latter Charles inherited
figure. million
down the third at clock one
orange trees in bearingnear on Thursday, EGMONT.W .
thepnlysweet .
time Netrnansville were on the south side of at night to 19. ,and on the morning (the froml his uncle' Lorenzo, and two millions S Louderback and wife'l\Iiss'Etta Lou- Houses have discussed with most earnestness,

where they were exposed to 10th at 6 o'clock it was 20*? above,zero It from his 'uncle Siro at their ..decease. He derback Miss Emma Louderback, A J because the questions involved touch on the

lakes pond, the north tlms keeping is matter of congratulation that the days was already possessed of a fortune of over Feuchwanger, A M Gear, J W Fitch, E T business interests of the country, are the

the cold wjnds from" ; one million, and the business threw off between Platt Thos G Bidington, Arthur Parker. Jos treaty with Mexico, and European prohibition -

the; sap down\ :in w nter.. Nearly all the,l were cloudy, for had a hot sun; come out the two and 'three hundred Auerbach, W H Locke, C K Munroe, New i: of American pork and beef, for alleged

atNewnansville were killed back damage, would have been more severe.. It thousand. York ; D H McKay and,wife, John Dwyer,

\'oungtrees three but I noticed came so sudden and lasted so long that dollars? a year profit. It was said by some, Geo T Littlefield, H 0 Lothrop and wife, sanitary reasons. In defense of the rights
every two. 01: years that Delmonico' during the latter of Boston ; W L Burt, Wheeling Va; Geo of the hog, some_ of the ,speeches favored a
north side of .house shaded after the first shock, no further damage was : years
tree on the JL Hollinshed, E C Tracy Montclair Fla G M
his life ; retaliatory polithe'inhibition of articles
gambled heavily in
principally mining
of the day but exposed toward the done to the trees. 'The'cqncll1 ion isthis Hubbard Leesbnrg, Fla; J H Sanders ,and
part non-privileged to with home
stocks compete
that the and that his losses.were enormous.A St. Paul Minn F Curtis and pro
little boy
north that was never touched by the cold.It large trees are very damaged, ; Benj son,
prominent Wall Street who Quincy Muss W S Wagstaff T A Mills L ducts. Others suggested rigid governmental
then to lean and in a few weeks time all symptoms of the .man, was ; ,
was a practice pine tops general 'well informed as to Delmonico's Warrock Jacksonville; W Snell, DesMoines, inspection and official stamping of the pack-

against young trees to keep'off cold and frostas frost will have_ disappeared, and we may Iowa; F B McDonell and wife, North Caro- age to be shipped. The Mexican treaty
claimed but I was fully satisfied the look for a large crop the coming season. As operations, me however, that the deadeStaurateur's lina : R B Johnson, A J Johnson, Rhode touches "the issue" in

from keeping off the sunshine.The to the cold weather destroying the scale insect operations were seldom on a Island ; J H Hoovin. W C Stokes, Norris- on: only living pro-

benefit was is large scale. He was like a Frenchman, nota town Pa; A A Clark, Omaha, Neb ; E L viding for free sugar, and the House has
that all bosh. The scale infests
only reliable peach orchard there was apple A loss Menager and daughter Mrs Butler H H adopted a resolution raising the question of
i speculator. slight
on a hill, and mostly on the north side of trees in the north where; the weather much ,la gainwould Menager Cleveland, 0 ; N F Abbott and the constitutional right of the Senate to

it. I have never seen a statement of the colder, and it has never destroyed them yet ; unduly impress or exalts him.! Thus family. Miss Baker, Alpine, N J ; Wilbur
treaties that affect the That
need not his losses can hardly have been very heavy. Carpenter,Towson ; Maurice Browning, Miss ratify revenues.
so our orange growers congratulate
range of the thermometer at the cold wave He left a will, but I can hard/see! how it Alice Browning, Camden, N J ; J W Adams, the first step is the most difficult" may be

of 1835, when the orange trees, china trees themselves on that score; but, we were be has Newark, N J. applied to the embryo tariff revision. The
can admitted to probate, as he) been
to that the active litte
pleased see Ladybirds
forest' trees were injured. But I ,
some insane for MANSION HOUSE. chairman and members of the Ways and

can well believe it was not very low to pro- our best friends, were not killed, and are active notoriously wise thing that years.It the remains C C Barfill, Lake De Funiak, Fla; Geo SArrons. Means Committee are ready to go to work,

as ever in their useful work. The was a were ,' J F Smith G D Brown
duce the effect in the condign of the treesat Jersey City; ,
: but they are beset with difficulties
interred in the vaults of old St. Patrick's many ,
young trees must have suffered some, but if and wife, Louis Birnbaum, H L Gordon, F
the time. Church. It will there be seCure againstVtheattacks M Crawford, C H :Milner, C Thorpe and one of which is the late revision of the
down the when
cut to ground frozen the
JH December and January preceding it of body-snatchers. I understandthat wife, J H G Baker, Cool Burgess, Morris tariff, which has only shown results for a

had been hot July weather, and most of the suckers that come up will soon replace them. Leavitt, Dave Reed James Kines, Barney few months. Republican fictions concern-

forest trees had put on their fresh and tender I Some of the budded trees will have to, be re- the dead man has been a sufferer froma Kines, Stanley Gray, Geo Keating, John hostile factions

budded. We have most fear for our peculiar constitutional malady for over 27 Flynn, G Bowles, A Terrell, Jos Pullard, ing Democratic family rows,
foliage-the orange trees had bloomed and .nursery Louis and splits on the tariff question do not
years, and the medical fraternity would Harrington, Henry Anney, Jas Holland party
had long tender shoots and of the stock, and will be pleased to hear from the Chris A Steinecke John
course Luce Koenig, find credence among those who seek to know
men on that score the want of naturally give a great for an autopsy. Joe Creamer Jack Wilson Hi Kimball Abe
whole tree was full Of nursery ; ,
sap. the truth. The majority of the committee
Many of the enthusiasts might even not Harnie C Cleaveland. A Klemm Jos Auer-
trees put a stop to the making ,
From the fact that the wild young may
groves were hesitate at encouraging the stealing of the bach, Geo Bardin, C M Stanton, A G Turn- favor a conservative policy, and will most
of for time., It is much to
not so much injured, the idea became new groves some ,
preva- remains in order to helpthe'cause of science. stall N Merry, A E Townsley, New York ; probably take some conservative action to

lent that, the sour orange was very much be regretted, that some of our local papers F W Peck, Milwaukee ; WB Thompson, secure Ohio to the Democrats. Recognizingthe

more hardy. It may be, and probably is have not given a full statement of the Science and particularly medicine has no Ward Johnson Capt Dahlman, W Austin, wool interest talk of presenting
they a
weather in their sections the truth feeling or sentiment. For this reason, it is Jacksonville; R8v E G Chandler, Virginia ;
acclimated but ; never
somewhat so by becoming best that the body is thus taken care of in I J A Larrabee, L H Temple, Palma Sola, separate bill on the subject. Of course thereis

people did not think of the protection from injured any place but keeping close, leads the sealed vault under I Fla ; A Curtis St. Marys, Ga; G W Hada- a difference between Democrats as to what

the sun by the_othertrees. : jr .a_.wild grove i 'strangers to imagine that much more injurylias'b'een frequently xpressw1s1i't a church. The deceased way, J E Farris, Georgia ; Mrs Wisman and should or should not be done with the
ddne thaiTis'feally'the'case.We be two daughters, Jas Johnson, Philadelphia;
I saw some trees in this county that had tariff but there is no disposition so far as I
I John' L Smith Alex ;
interred in Georgia
have learned that the Greewood, but for the present at Colby, ; Baily ,
been killed back or the bark split down by one thing or- least, this wish will not be carried out. Montgomery, Geo W Whaling, Florida ; F can learn, on the part of either side to con-

that cold, but they were in Indian fields or I ange tree can stand a much greater degreeof Shepard, Pensacola; S J Epstein J Altmayer, tend obstinately for its policy. On the con-
cold than led believe Inness, the artist, has completed his pictureof G A Burkhard D H
towns where they were fully exposed to the we were to and this Savannah ; Mengel both inclined to settle harmoni-
alone will give more confidence in the ven= Niagara, a huge canvas, worthy the reputa- California, :Mo ; E; J Nelson, Jacob S Beach, trary, are
; sun. I saw none in the hammocks where tion of this distinguished ist. This makes Brunswick ; R B Johnson, A J Johnson, ously upon some fair basis. The Republicansare

they had forest protection from the sun. In ture of making groves ; and another thingis Rhode Island ; W :M Fitten, Atlanta ; A S as much divided on the tariff as the

the late cold there was no Injury at Brooks- that people will know and see, that or- the third large canvas of Niagara made by Proskry, Phoenix Mills, Fla ; W H Gass, Democrats, but they try to evade the issuein

ville, Spring Hill Snow Hill, Mundin Hill ange culture is a hard and laborious one different American artists Church made Knoxville, Tenn. meetings, while the Democrats unre-
the first and C. H. :Miller the second. As
and the numerous hills around in Her- and that bearing groves are selling at a much A Card. servedly speak out their views. This fact
each of these artists took the immense
nando so far as I have heard, and yet therewas less price than they are worth. We have The petition for a license to sell liquors, may have given rise to reports of an im-
cataract from
i different
a point of view there
some injury in the warm valleys. I gone through the business and know whatit is etc., of J. Fred Lohman, bears two signa- pending split i in the party, but it will presenta

heard some gentlemen contend that the hills is.-Agriculturist. no sameness about theworks, and one tures "Samuel King." As many of my solid front to the enemy next fall. The
I can thus form a fair estimate of the wondersof ,friends have intimated! to me that the impres-
were warmer. The injury to trees in the consideration of the tariff question in com-
sion that I the I
prevailed signed petition,
the falls, and the skill of the artists who
valleys is, however, not only on account of WE COPY from the TimesUnion the take this means of stating publicly that the mittee will no doubt prolonged. It is not
depicted them. Of the three Church's
vegetation being more sappy there, but alsoon following statement of low temperature petition was not signed by me. expected a report will be made before the
is the finest When
vas perhaps ; it*was first REV. SAMUEL KINO.
account j){ the water in the air there.It latter part of April, but prominent Demo
since 1870
: exhibited in London, ten, or twelve: years Fernandina, Fla., Jan. 24,1884.
is well known that man and animals can crats, both free traders and protectionists,
ago, Ruskin the great art >critic, could !
stand a much greater degree of cold in a dry 1871-December 6th and 21st, 30 not; think a tariff bill will be reported that will
be got to believe that the rainbow that Post-Office Notice.
atmosphere. But this is not generally 1872-January 2d, 30 ; November 17th, ; was the House. Chairman :Morrison says
31 December 28th 27. above the mass of seething foam was really Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to .6:00 p. M. pass
known to be the same with the ; to the revisionof
vegetable Sunday hours, 10:30 A. Ml: to 11:30 A. M. that all questions pertaining
the product of pencil and brush but at first
) world. Damp air will take the animal or 1873-January 19th, 24 ; March 5th, 31 ; Money Orders and Registered Letters from the present tariff schedule, the reductionof

vegetable heat out faster, although it November 20th, 30; December 28th, 32. maintained that it was produced by the 8:00 A. M. to 100; P. M.; and from 2:00 p. M the internal revenue taxation, and the

1874-January 7th and December 9th 35. arrangement ofa numberof prismatic glasses., to 3:30 P. M.ARRIVAL .
may not be any colder. It may in fact be extension of the bonded period on distilled
Could a greater compliment be paid to AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
1875-February 6th 32 December 18th an
many degrees warmer and yet feel colder.. ; spirits will be considered by the full com-
32. artist than this? It reminds one of the com- Transit & Peninsular Railroad
It is taking a partial bath. For instance, at mittee, while the sub-committee will have
1876-January 14th 30 :March 20th petition between'the two famous artists of Arrives daily except Sunday........ 3:37 P. M.

Bay Port, my garden is on the sunny side ; antiquity Loeusus and Apelles. One Closes.......:.................................10:00 A. M. charge of all matters of routine pertaining to
31 December 3d 24 painteda
very much protected from north winds, ; Femandina & Jacksonville Railroad- the tariff and internal revenue, the mattersof

and where there is more dampness-but in 1877-January 5th, 31 ; November 30th, bunch of grapes so naturally that. the Jacksonville and St. John's River refunds and other general business.

the late cold I could see a difference in one 31 ; December 1st, 29. birds flew up and picked at them. Tri- mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:00 A. M. The National Democratic Committee,

hundred 'ards-my melon and tender vines 1878-February 12th, 32; December 28th, umphantly he exclaimed to his rival to pro- Closes (Northern mail also)..........10:00 A. M. which meets in this city on the 22d of Feb-

were injured and the ends of the cocoauut 27. duce his picture. Modestly Appelles hung. Sunday JfailJacksonvlle to name the time and place for hold-
and St. John's River ruary
it. "Remove the veil said the painter ,

and pine-apple leaves bitten. But in frontof 1879-January 7th, 25 ofthe is arrives.....................................10:35 A. M. ing the National Convention for the nomina-

my house, exposed to the north winds 1880-December 30th 19. grapes. "There nothing to remove, Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. M. tion of President and Vice-President, will
1881-November 25th 32. was the reply. The veil is the picture." Jacksonville St. John's River and
and where the air is dryer, the flowers con- of member from each State. The
tinued 1882-December 17th 28. Loeusus had to acknowledge himself beaten, the North, closes....................... 6:00: .&, M. consist one
in bloom uninjured, when the thermometer territories will not be represented.
Jacksonville and St. John's River
for while his picture had deceived but the
stood at 28, and there was ice in 1883-January 12th, 29 ; December'16th, only, closes.............................. 4:00P.M. Delegations from New York, Boston and
birds, the other had deceived even his rival.
the pails that morning. The air there was 30 St. Mary's RiverSt. Philadelphia, interested in shipping, were at

dry. I think this disposes of the questionas 1884-January 3d, 31 ; 4th, 32; 5th, 31; Mr. Villard is rapidly recovering from the :Mary's and Crandall, arrives the Capitol this week. They appeared by

to the hills being the warmest. In 6th, 21 ; 7th, 28. severe. mental strain caused by months of :Monday and Thursday.............7:00 A. M. before the House Committee on
my and ..........2:00
i Arrives Friday p. M.
m l im m m mimmm imm l m mt anxiety in trying to uphold losing game Tuesday
thirty years and upwards experience at Bay and their views as to
and ship-building
letters Closes Tuesday Friday..3:00 p. M. gave
List of and stemming a tide which was irresistibly
Port with bearing oranges, lemons, and St. Mary's and DungenessWednesday legislation for the revival of American ship-

: limes, I don't think an orange tree or a Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina flowing out. He knows the worst now, his and Saturday, arrives.........11:00 A. M. 1

lemon budded Nassau county, Florida, Jan. 26th, 1884. fortune is gone, his splendid house, which Closes Wednesday and Saturday... 3:00 p. M. ping.A
on an has been injuredby national convention of commercial
Persons calling for these letters must say he commenced to build is a dream of the St.Mary's: only,Monday and Thursday -

the cold, although I have seedling lemon arrives..........................2:00 P.M. bodies, favoring the enactment of uniform
advertised He has to begin over again and to
: past. a
and lime trees occasionally cut back. Yetit Closes Mond..y and Thursday.800 A.M. bankrupt law, is now holding a meeting in
is Ballard, :Mrs Leo Johnson, :Mrs Nora man of the pluck and pertinacity with
not claimed that Bay Port is warmer Jomss SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M. the city at Willard's HalL Some seventy
but Complitz, Henry Jasper which heis endowed an uphill fight against
it is that the temperature is more even, Cooper. T C Jacobs, Mrs Margaret commercial bodies have delegates present.A .
Last Notice to
heavy odds is always preferable to an effort Tax-Payers.
the trees being exposed to the cold winds in Donohue, H Paxton, Col large number of new House committeesthat
warm De Hosson, H Phillips George to prevent things from rolling down hill During the month of January I will be at
weather as they the have been formed by the present Con-
are exposed on for the
office on Second street daily pur-
Edmundson, Edw Rodgers, Min M T slower than the law of nature ordains. my
of Hernando and the sap kept down. Harden, D L Ranger, :Miss Julia Charles the well known actor pose of receiving the remaining unpaid State gress, through the division of the work of
I The facts above given and views advanced Heergoan, Clifford J Smith, Miss Frances and County taxes for 1883. Property on standing committees, cannot find accommo-
who is now Mrs. Langtry's leading man, which the taxes remain unpaid February1st
show why I do not fertilize or plow between Hillma,,Charles Spencer, Lew dation in the Capitol. Gen. Ben. Butler
be advertised.
Hargett, John Sloan, Capt Wm has a very pretty child in a little eight year ,
July and February.-J. P. in BrooksvUle Coll. Rev. Nassau Co. proposes to lease his granite mansion on
Gallagher, Jas Lucy old girl called Blossom.; She is very pre.
Crescent. Walentine, C M. Fernandina, January 1st, 1884. Capitol Hill for the use of these committees.
cocious to learn and at the same
SAM'LT. RIDDELL P. M. very As it will furnish twelve good committee
time very witty. Strange to say, as every For Sale.
and is convenient to the House
January 3d, the year opened with arefreshing Valuable Orange Lands for Sale whist player will readily understand, she is'a The lot, 50x100 feet, on the corner of Es- rooms, very
end of the Capitol, it will probably be rented
cold snap, that struck chill in a climate ,Tracts containing twenty acres each of very good whist player. The other even- cambia and Fourth streets, known as the

not fitted up with fire places ; Dr. D. choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake ing some friends of the familywere at Mrs. Acosta Lot. Titles unquestionable., by the Government.Five .
Terms cash. Apply to
C. suitable for orange growing and truck farm- .
Wilson reports the thermometer at 30 ing, are now offered for sale. These landsare Coghlan's house and Blossom was asked to MRS.. J. J. ACOSTA, hundred vessels at a time have found

Fakir at sun rise at Dr. Waldron's place, half very conveniently situated for transpor- take a hand at .whist. For a number c of; 7 Post-Office Box173. protection in the harbor of Portsmouth, N.

a wile from the lake. Water froze in basins tation, by water or rail; and will be sold on deals she got a bad band. As the cards were H. The channel is 900 yards wide at the
Brick for Sale narrowest place, and there is never less than
and Titles ,
ewers, but not in terms to suit purchasers. are unques out for the last time the child's
At: the Bitter, Sweet office. tionable. Also valuable timber lands in given part- At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick seven fathoms of water at any stage of the'

1t Pinecastle on the lake front (Conway) large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, ner asked: Well' Blossom, have you got a 2ix4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON &Co., tide. The harbor never_frozen' so swiftis

was at 36, at sunrise ; and 'no injuryto' February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. hand now?" "Oh, shah !1" she replied, 46-4m :Macon, Ga. the current of the Piscataqua.

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_,, THE SUPPER OF ST. GREGORY. I\' the door. "I'm sure I hear the vegetableman it. My cheeks tingled with every new had seen her last. Poor, dear woman she -
and I must see about luncheon beforeI York was for all of them
knowledge I gained, but my chief sorrow was reconciled to my struggle with life and clear through
,, A tale for Roman guides to tell go." lay in the fact that.we could no longer go on death, so long as more important matters to the terminus of the journey.
To careless, sight-worn travelers still Away I ran down the stairs as fast as I living in the old blissfully ignorant way. had been doubtless comfortably settled. But If the purchaser had obtained

Who pause beneath the'narrow cell could go, and rapped upon the door of the The doctor could afford it, seemed rather to she was overjoyed to find that I was there tickets separately-that is, bought his
Of Gregory on the Cnelian Hill. doctor's study. enjoy it, and I had no longer that indomitable again. Poor mamma had always dependedso of each road as he them

One day: before the monk's door came He opened.the door, and already had his spirit that- chafes under even a suspected upon me, and loved me well in her own cost would have been passed over it-the
hat in his hand and his overcoat on his obligation. If that spirit had ever existed Now it nearly double
A beggar, stretching empty palms, way. seemed that she almost loved
what it
Fainting and fast-sick, in the name arm. He put both of them aside, and with it had long ago oozed out of my weary toes, me in another way too, as she did her beautiful was when bought here: conveniently
Of the Most Holy, asking alms. gentle cordiality bade me come over to the and every aching joint in my body. Blanche. Amid her tears and smiles over all the roads at one time.
open fire. But it waS useless to mourn over lost hap she began to twist some wisps of hair "Can you sell person a ticket
And the poor monk answered: "All I have "44 44 For the' air is chill, Miss' Betty," he said. piness. The only thing to do now was to my forehead into curls, and arrange the upon blue any other route to Kansas City?'' asked over

In this poor cell of mine I give. though we" are getting on toward April. I get a house within our means and live in it. bows that decorated my night robe. a reporter of the ticket agent.

The silver cup my mother gave; believe- I resolved to spare my people all the misery Thank God," she said, for all his After
In Christ's name take thou it, and live." Yes,'' I said, and rushed immediately that I could, and let them enjoy their last cies.Iy dear. dear child, mer- Buffalo"Certainly. sending you to
into the subject in hand. "I will compose your- over our road I can give
not detain days at the dear, comfortable, sun- self. Betty, before the you
; Years passed; and, called at last to bear roomy doctor comes-he choice of about
you, doctor. I must tell that your thirty
you mamma shiny, never-to-be-forgotten house of the has forbidden different
The pastoral crook and s of Rome, any excitement
.: keys has concluded to move. I am going out doctor's. It was necessary to thema fusion-but any con- routes, the price of the ticket being the
The poor monk, in St. Peter chair, prepare my darling yo umust know-
: Sat the crowned lord of Christendom. house-hunting to-day. little for the plunge downward they were it "sight, that you should know, and same over all of them
Mamma ought to have been there, for i fsuffered Mamma was the only one that haps it will do you good ; it ought to. per I'm "But how in the world do you keep
Prepare a feast," St. Gregory cried ever surprise amounting to consternationwas in the
anticipation. Fred was at sure; it has sustained me through all these track of all these coupons, and
And let twelve beggars sit thereat." depicted anywhere, it was painted on that happy period of a male existence when each give
weary weeks-Betty, love road its share of the
The beggars came, and one beside, the doctor's face at that moment. the malicious mischief of a boy begins to wonderful as it may seem my it, my darling that, ticket?" price of a
An unknown stranger, with them sat. House-hunting!" he cried. "What the merge in the""rackets" of adolescent youth. the doctor admired it you
was that
-the deuce would you do such an insane He absorbed you the "You had better inquire at the General
was in the
U transitiondidn'tcare doctor about -
spoke at the
I asked thee not the Pontiff beach and his i
spake ,
thing that for? Move
as What Passenger office
does what Agents for
your kind of a shelter I secured, so motive was that
perfectly honorable and
"Oh, but if need be thine credit-
; ; mother "
want ? kind
now Papering? painting? long it would information.
I bid thee welcome, for the sake i as serve the necessity for suf- able. I'm sure if I'd only known it all this
Of Him who is thy Lord and mine." a kalsomining calcium-light? a in hanging the hall garden on the roof? ficient sleep to tide him over from day to trouble might have been saved. But it's Later the reporter put the question to '
a steam calliope recognized Mr. Henry Monnett General
now by ,
day.Blanche everybody. He openly Passenger
A calm face the raised in the parlor? Tell me what she wants,and still less
grave, stranger was interested. She acknowledged it the day that you fell ill, Agent of the New York West Shore &
Like His who on Gennesaret trod, possible to accomplish it without the laughed to scorn all my efforts to prepare and I must say he has acted up to it ever Buffalo Railroad.
Or His on whom the Chaldeans gazed, aid of Aladdin's lamp it shall be done." her pride and begging of me not to borrow since..'

{ Whose form was as the Son of God. How could I say that she wanted him to trouble. Once in a while she bade me to remember Who are you talking to, mamma?" saida "It is simplicity" itself when you once
. i marry my sister Blanche? It made me burn that she was not an absolute drone voice at the door.4I Has understand it, replied Mr. Ionnett.
J Know'st thou," he said, "thy gift of old I" from the crown of my head to the soles of in the hive; and had her own scheme for And in ran my beautiful sister.Betty She come hated to? "As an illustration: Suppose you should
And in the hand he lifted
. t The Pontiff marvelled to behold up my feet to remember the conversation be- our mutual advancement. I shudder when tears, but they fell from her magnificenteyes want to go to some point on a railroad
$ tween mamma and me. the conversation took this turn, for she sunken with which we connect
Once was upon my cheeks and wasted say to Stam
i mother's silver
more cup. You are very generous, doctor," I said, more beautiful than ever, and consequently hands; they fell in torrents ; and althoughshe ford. We send you to Kingston over

f .ry; "Thy prayers and alms have risen, and but know my mother that wants me to move. Don'tyou there were more matrimonial rocks ahead. was always so careful of her clothes, she our road, and then on to Stamford
bloom women are changeable some Poor mamma began to look and old flung herself by bedside over
I'' gray my rumpling all I the Union & Delaware
times, and get tired of the one ?" and took double doses Railroad. The
1 j Sweetly among the flowers of heaven. place of her nervous medi- the pretty breadths of her marvelous
spring ticket
; I am The Wonderful, through whom And the one party ? he rejoinedthe cine. Her constant "ecu ten e to that day outfit. She looked like a gem in porcelain. from Kingston to Stamford reads
Whate'er thou askest shall be given." one old fossil who began to hope he might at the seashore made the bleak winds of She was a hundred times more beautiful issued by our road on account of the

settle down to certain surroundings and be March seem to be beating about my ears than ever. No wonder mother Union & Delaware. That ticket is

He spake and vanished. Gregory fell happy? Are you one of those women, Miss like pitiless waves, against a ship in the astonished. It seemed a my miracle that was the so numbered and classified, say 'No. 56,
With his twelve guests in mute accord Betty"?-Do you want to leave your land- trough of the sea, and her haggard and anx- doctor had not a motive about Blanche. form 112.' Our ticket agent keeps
Prone on their face, knowing well lord? a
ious surveillance of every movement of the And my beautiful sister also loved stub of the ticket
Their eyes of flesh had seen the Lord. I knew that it was nothing but a generous doctor'sdrove me at last to her me in bearing the same
secu 'ing own way. She was determined to number. The
The old-time legend is not vain ; pity for my condition of mind and body It was a coffin-shaped building that savored me from what she considered an immolation.save the ticket sends conductor who takes up:

Nor vain thy art, Verona's Paul, that made him look upon me with such of sewer gas a little, and of mould and mildew "You mustn't talk, Betty," shesaid, "and it back to our auditor,
sweet compassion. He threw his gloves very>much more the mustn't and the latter sees its number and
Telling it o'er and o'er again ; paper was hang- we to you any more than
On'grey Vicenza's frescoed wall. aside, and took both my hands in his own. ing from the walls: the ceilings were can possibly help. You've been ill we, form. In order to ascertain just what

That was his unfortunate manner, his all cracked and dangerously bulgy ; cobwebs dear, and we've been wild about you.very The the ticket called for, the amount of
Still wheresoever pity! shares too friendly way, so easily misunderstood, fantastically festooned it from
the draughty doctor has gone about like a ghost. and money it brought, and the roads it was
j Its bread with sorrow want and sin.. as I tried to persuade mv'mnther.. If it had garret to the gloomy kitchens down in the we've followed him
about like phantoms. over, we refer to what we call a 'form'
And love the oeggar least prepares, been my beautiful sister instead of my plain bowels of the earth. It was unhandy, I must say I think a great deal of the doc or 'route' book. Each
The uninvited Guest comes in. little self, it might have been thought that dismal to desolation on the damp and shady tor he's a nice form represents
I ; very splendid man in
a a route. For instance
the 'form112'
to mamma's
side of the we
street,and had the
Unheard because our ears are dull, about to be reached. uncanny reputation great many ways. But you needn't marry will say is New York to Stamford via
of'latelr being occupied clan him. when
Unseen because our are dim by a Betty, you get well, unless
eyes you
He walks our earth. The Wonderful, You look already so tired !I" he said. voyant who had never come back from one want to. I know how queer you are about the Union & Delaware. The auditor

And all good deeds are done to Him. Sit down here !in this easy chair, and tell of his trances. But the a' ent spoke vaguely these things!-how you'd hate to marry him discovers the form and the rates. .

-John G Whittier, in Harper's Magazine. me what I can do to save you from the of repairs, and it was absolutely! the only if you didn't just worship the ground he "By mutual agreement when tickets

awful fate of a house-hunter. you ever house in the whole metropolis that seemed walked on ; and yet you'd feel badly about were sold over two or more roads at

L hear of Mynheer Von Ghlan, who every available to our family. the rest of us. And I want to tell you as whatever rate, the roads all share the
A HOUSE-HUNTER'S REPRIEVE. I morning said: 'I am the richest merchant There was a final humiliation to snffer- quick as I can, before he comes in, that rate rata mile. Our

' \ in Rotterdam?' He came to grief, my dear: security____ ___L_was__ ..demanded._ u'- for.the, .rent.. There_ needn't think of anybody. but vonrsftlf';you,, then pro takes ticket per No. auditory
---- --- 56 form 112
"Yes, said mamma, "you'd better tell little woman, from too much walking. was uuuuuy tu itst ii iiuiu nub me uoctor. 1 more You've worn yourself out for and
: the doctor, Betty, that we have concludednot Haven't you cares enough upon your poor began to think that he would be so glad to about long enough. I'm engaged; to Fitz us credits the Union & Delaware wth: its

to take his house for another year. It is little shoulders? If your mother will move get rid of us that th's would seem a trifling Edward Smythe, and only waiting for pro rata of the through fare from New

a great blow to me, Betty. :My pecuniary why don't she go, herself upon this hunt favor. For the doctor afte'the great shock, to get well to marry him." you York to Stamford. The auditor of the

arrangements with the doctor have been that she desires? had appeared to be quietly resigned to theideaof "Oh, Blanche!J" I gasped ; for the young Union & Delaware takes its coupon,and

very advantageous, and strict economy in 44 :My mother is never quite well," I said. ourseparation. His house yet hung upon man was little better than a poodle dog. by reference to its form book traces

domestic matters is highly important with And your sister?" he said. his hands ; it was neither let nor sold ; but 44 I'm fond of him, Betty ; I am, indeed !" the, ticket to its original and
us just now The little money we had when That would never do," I replied quickly, the doctor went upon the even tenor of his she exclaimed ; and she really looked as if i
; your papa died is sadly diminished ; Fred's she is too "-and here I hesitated. way, apparently: undisturbed by'the rise or.. she meant what she said.II I actually love charges our road accordingly. At the

I, education has cost so much, and it is so expensive "Too beautiful" he said, with a wry fall of real estate. him. He'll do anything in the world I tell 1 end of each month settlements between

to dress and educate Blanche suitably grimace."Yes. March happened to be going out as a lion i him to do, and we shall have the most ele the roads are made, and the difference

to her style and beauty. I had hoped-I was ," I exclaimed, resolving to make on the day that 1 secured the house. The I gant time together, because his money is all in favor of the one or the other is made

r almost certain-" one little struggle in mammals behalf. heavens opened, therain fell, and beat upon his own, and I can help him take care of i it, good in money. All ticket agents are
Here mamma began to cry. I felt very "Don't :you think that my sister is beau- mv defenseless head, that had ached and and show him how to really enjoy ;t in a required to send in an account of every
sorry for her. She suffered in her way as tiful, Dr. Steele?" ached for many a day. I had almost lived proper way. There will be money enou-'h ticket that has been in their possession
44 "
much as she made me suffer in mine. Yes, he said, with all the vehemence in the streets for the previous fortnight, and for us all. You and mamma and Fred, are during the month
We'll get another house mamma," I said, that could be required of him ; too beauti- ought to have grown accustomed to nomadic to live with me, and it's all arranged be previous, and by a
: hoping to ward off the topic that I knew altogether. I wish she was as ugly as a miseries! But they seemed to my culmi- tween Fitz-Edward and myself that my glance at our books we know the exact

,mamma was dying to talk about; but noth- stone fence." nate in my final success, and when the agent family is to be held in the greatest consider location of every ticket that has been

t : ing would do. A red flame leaped into his dark cheek. handed me over a document which he said ation. I'd have been buried alive with your issued. You may have noticed in

14 It's not the house I'm dissatisfied with," He was certainly agitated by some unwonted would secure me the house if properly doctor, and anyone that marries him will be ticket-frames in "the agents' offices

said my poor mother; it's Dr. Steele, the emotion. I thought perhaps he loved her, signed, a cold shudder went to the marrowof worse than a door mat-Oh goodness coupon tickets that have been hanging

I owner"of it, of whom I have cause to com but distrusted his fate because of her beauty my bones, and I felt as if it was my death gracious me t" there for so long that they have become
plain. and her youth. Who could tell? The mo- warrant. I For the doctor walked
staggered home, resolved to softly in, with a dusty and faded. Yet those tickets
441 think you have misunderstood the doctor's ment passed while I hesitated, not knowing have. done with the whole to..ture that day big. bunch, of roses in his hand. Blanche than month are
never nTLL and
more a ..
old-fashioned politeness It .just what to say in mamma's behalf. If I -
mamma. and found moneyed-looKingperson on the slipped out the door, my mother noiselessly
is always, perhaps, too pointed." only could nave gained courage to ask him door step anxious to negotiate with the doc- 'I followed her and I was left alone with my though they might hang in that frame
"Altogether too point.pso far as your what was the motive that he spoke of to tor about his p/onerty. This was the last benefactor.The one hundred years they would never be

,, sister is concerned." said mamma. "He as mamma upon that day at the beach; but how turn 'to the thumb-screw, but I hastened to roses fell out of his hand. He scanned lost sight of. The system. as exp.ained:

j much as told me he was in love with her could I? It was impossible. I got upon the doctor's study and asked his price. me at first with the eye of a physician. He in the illustration is the same no mat-

down at the beach last summer. Don't you my feet. He picked up his gloves and followed "A hundred thousand dollars, cash felt my pulse, my forehead, my hands, my ter how many roads the ticket may call

remember the day he invited us all to go, me out into the hall. down !" shouted the doctor, without even feet; he watched me for fullten minutes, for passage over. Each road's auditor,
and was so vexed because you would not I You must persuade your mother to turning his head.I his face softening the while from the JEscu- when it
leave the house with the new servants that ;. abandon this idea of moving'* he said thought I had misunderstood him. I lapian rigidity to an ineffable tenderness. receives coupon from its

he talked about it all the way down in the gently."Oh. was so faifit and weary that voice I At last he took a long breath and seating conductor, or other ticket collector, sees

. train, and appeared to be very sorry that please, no!1" I exclaimed. "I can heard went humming in my every ears like a himself in my mothers chair, he pushed upon the face of the ticket by which
, your domestic duties were so engrossing? not, doctor. We must go.'" spent bell. back the hair from his forehead. I could} road it was issued, refers to the route,

You must acknowledge, Betty, that he has I 441 cannot force you to stay," he said 441 t begyTnir; pardon, doctor," I faltered, see the lines in his face. I held out both my determines its pro rata* and charges the
: been very kind to :you.\ I coldly : then turned to his man John, who what did you say?" hands to him. road by which it was originally issued
I do acknowledge it, gratefully indeed watched his horse outside: "Go, get a bill He turned "You would
very and looked at me, got upon his have been very sorry," I for its share. The stub the station
mamma. he said, "and put it upon the house." feet, and reached whispered, "if I
me it had not
as seems to me I come back to keeps is his record of sale
which he
: "And then," continued mamma, he's "To let? said John, with a curious sur- could no longer stand. He carried to you 1"The by

1! ;" got Fred that situation in the bank. Why, prise. an easy chair, undid my bonnet strings me strong hands trembled that closed can check off charges made against him
44 "
no man could have been more pronounced Yes, said the doctor. "No-for sale- dropped some liquid in a little glass, and about my own. He put his; head down on by the auditors.
: in his attentions to the family of the young I'll sell everything out," he added, and go pushing back my head, poured it down my the pillow beside me. "Then you have tickets printed for

i : lady be professed to admire, and straws to the de-desert of Sahara." Then he throat. Betty," he said, "I think I should have every town in the country, do you?"

J r show which way the wind blows; but it leaped into his! buggy and drove away, leaving Tne bell rang loudly., The party at the gone and got some dynamite and blown the asked the reporter.

:. would not be so humiliating if he had not me to ponder over the wretched frustra- door had waited all this time to know the whole property and, its owner into frag- Well, we have scarcely been
come right out and told me that he cared for tions of this miserable world. price of the house. ments. organized

her. A man has no right-a man in his Dr. Steele had lived twenty years at least "Tell him I've changed my mind," said His eyes still devoured my face. I sighed long enough for that, but will have

position-to lead a mother to believe that he in this dear old house, for he had often said the doctor. "Take the bill down, John, uneasily, and pulled the blue bow off them very shortly. An old-established

; is about to propose for her daughter's hand, that he came there when a boy of fifteen, and tell Miss Betty's mother to step down night robe and began to smooth back my the railroad like the Pennsylvania has had
t., + and then seem to forget all that he has said. and he could not be far from fifty now. He here at once." hair that my foolish mother had tried to printed many thousands of forms of

I remember his very words, Betty. Your said he was the only child of a widowed "Your daughter is very ill." he said. as curl. tinlrntc.. nerhans five_ or jlY. or jp.vp.nr _._
1 --- -
-- -- -
.: sister d. .. ..,_had_ .._started_..__ __..down n___to...L the_ _water's" edge !had mother_ _who had idolized him. When she poor mamma came into the study. to She 41 wish I had ever been in the least bit in thousand different---7 forms, or---7 even more.
anu 4.IY Yfollowing t :saL upun tllC seali oeslae me, died, two years before, the doctor had must be put to bed immediately. I will the world petty," I said. Railroads that form of
i her with his eyes and poking his put an advertisement in the paper that, I carry her up the stairs." The doctor picked up one of his roses that the most circuitous may only a part
cane into the sand. Madam,' said he well remember, seemed attractive to route from point to
very My poor mother, who could never restrain lay scattered about the counterpane and
s speaking very deliberately, as a man does mamma. Our arrangements with him were herself, burst into a passion of tears and re putting it on my breast, he said, in his old point in the country make a fuss if theyare
; when he has made up his mind, 'I must tell indeed very satisfactory. He was generous proaches. tender way : not included in some of the forms,

you that I had a motive in asking you and to a fault, simple in his tastes, punctual in 44 It is all your fault," she cried to the doc- and so tickets have to be printed for

. vour daughters to share my holiday at the his habits. From a boarder he had becomea tor. "If yon had nottrifledso with Blanche, Go lovely rose, them. There have been very many improvements -
beach. I am very much interested in your friend, almost a benefactor.Had and actually told me that day at the beach Tell her that wastes her time and me in the construction of railroad
f That
daughter.' And here Blanche came strolling it not been for the that cared for now she knows,
beauty of Blanche, you my daughter, and had a tickets in late Before
When I years. they
back again, looking so lovely that I thoughtthe the motive resemble her to thee
or ambition of
my mother, or the ex- inviting us to go there, and then i made
were there had be of
How to five forms
best thing I could do would be to leave treme warmth of the doctor's politeness or throw her over in such a humiliating sweet and fair she seemed to be.
them together. I made an excuse to go perhaps a tenderer sentiment of his that he things would never have come to this way." -Mrs. Frank McCarthy in Harper's Weekly. tickets to each point, at least to each of

back to the hotel, and supposed that when I scarcely dared nourish for so young and But the doctor had alread picked me pass. the principal points, first, second and

returned all would be settled, but from that beautiful a creature as Blanche-had it not in his arms and started for the stairway, up COMMUTATION COUPON TICKETS third class, limited and unlimited tick-
my .
day to this he has never opened the subject been for one or all of these, we might have poor mother stumbling after him. "Gimme a ETcfcet to iiansas City,"'" ets. For instance: A connecting road

again either to Blanche or to me. Your lived happily for years. Now we must go 441 did care for your daughter, madam," !said! a big-hatted individual in a Broad- might have taken stations. It might
sister is young and thoughtless, and accepts adrift again, heaven knew, where and said the doctor in clear
how. a ringing voice that way railroad ticket office the other require coupons over those other roadsto
his attentions as she does those of I day. I
everybody went out that
very afternoon upon my might have been heard upon the house top, A who reach that road and then for
whom she is admired but reporter was near coupons
by ; a parent is dreary quest, and grew sick at heart as Isaw and will care for her to my dying day, and standing says
t bound to look at the matter in a more serious the signal of misery and disintegration hang- my motive has always been to make her the ticket-seller turned to adage frameor each station along it. That would require -

light." ing at the doorway: "For sale. Inquire ca 'e for me ; but it is your daughter Betty cabinet that stood against the wall, sixty forms of tickets forthat one
R 44 Blanche don't care a fig for him, mamma within." I read it, and acknowledged to that I love, you blind and foolish woman, and seized what appeared to be a card road by each route to it. Now the tick-

c l ," I said. myself then that the deed was done. We and not your beautiful Blanche." ,. bearing the legend "Kansas City." The ets are printed with spaces to be punchedout

"She would "try to care for him if he were houseless, homeless wanderers again I felt his rough beard graze my chin his card, however, proved to be a strip of designating class: and whether lim-
offered himself said ,
mamma. has the face of
C upon earth. I wished Blanchewere lips touch a in ited or unlimited. All the stations on
mine in
e owned to me'that she might be brought to not beautiful the twilight of the upper paper half-yard length, upon which
view the matter in a favorable light." I I have been so better very, as the doctor; perhaps had it would hall and then I sank away into paradise. were printed several cards. Between the road are printed on the one coupon

t "Oh, mamma," I said, jumping off my she had been as ugly as a stone fence said what-, if When I came back to the world again I was these the paper was perforated so that and the name of the station intended to

l' >! chair in a heat of mortification and im ever style of ugliness that might be., For lying in my mother's bed in the second- each card could be readily detached be reached is also punched out."-N.:
do let's out of his story back room of the dear old home of the from the y
patience, get as wherever we went, my mother would begin doctor's. others. These cards were Morning Journal.
must have
soon as we can. I'll tell him we're going to again plotting, hoping lingered a long time tickets
fearing coupon over the
despairing. in that queer and shadowy land to which 1 several rail- .
move',,and go out house-hunting this very I went to all the agents in the nei bborhood. had drifted'on that last wonderful day of roads which are comprised in a route -"Oh,' blushingly said the young

day: I looked at impossible houses-houses like dreary house hunting. A soft balmy my''air by-rail between New York and Kansas lady who had been offered congratulations
"Yes, do, Betty, said my mother; "and the'doctor's but
watch him when you tell him-see if he is .I the thousands., I found rents to that reached to floated in at the top of the window that City. The first read "New York to by a friend, "I'm not engaged

i surprised and vexed. And Betty my child horror that we had absolutely my been blushing : looked over the old-fashioned ga-den ; the Buffalo," the next "Buffalo to Detroit," yet-but"-and she blushed more
living thick hobby old lilac-tree must have been the third "I be week.] "
way partly upon'the doctors bounty-the "Detroit to Chicago," the deeply expect to by next
t vou seem so much older than you really we had paid for his house was ridiculously fragrance bursting into bloom, for the faint sweet fourth "Chicago<< to St. Louis' and the The congratulations held over.-Lowell

I i are, and the doctor and you have always small. A mere farcical sum. which he must bed must have reached me where I Jay; the tulip fifth "St. Louis to Kansas City." Each Citizen.
;,, been such friends be confide have been one blaze of color. My _
good may to known long ago. He could not have
coupon was
over a
sat in
a low chair by my bedside railroad. -President Arthur taxes in New

's., you-44 Excuse me, mamma,'* I said, running to and been the unconscious advantages of we his were reckless reaping generosity from, looked with her prayer book in her hand. But she fice and of the price paid in the Broadway of- York on $285,000 worth pays of property.-
ten than railroad
younger by years when I running out of New N. Y. Times. _


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the 1st of January, 1884, to the 1st of Jan- '
nary, 1885, we are to have an interesting ,
succession of stirring events of which everyone It Is Indlspensible la t-Js Malarious- cllmatei. l z .ADLISHED 1875.
Tuesday at noon 'Topnoody WH LB ALB AND RBTAIL.
Last will wish hear. Two g
and after dinner he to military campaigns We can't do without It. Its:>.ycdusfrommuch I U
fl-as feeling good are at present in progress-that of El sickness.'-Eev.J.C.Weaver, of Texas. .
said, to his wife: Mahdi in the Soudan and of the French in Twenty years of suCcrlss from Indigestion (0 DRUGS and 'MEDICINESHORSEY
.. I have a little, spare time both of which, '
My dear, TonquiiJ- are approaching relieved oW
and diseased Liver was ly; .a package I
and if ,would like togo the critical point. The next session of Parliament -
this afternoon, you olit.'-Rev.M.IL Cullum, Grapevine.Texas. o
,,, .
.. ', -
short jaunt I'm with'you.. is to be marked, acording to the announced andcure (...., -, y- "
on a 'It has done more to relieve me of .. .
Where do you want"to goP" struggle of purpose the Irish of Mr.nationalists Parnell,by to a compel bitter Sick Headache than all the other remedies I I- ." .::'" .. -.:' & CO.,

Tm not particular. their English and Scotch colleagues to concede ever used. J.M.Leod.of No.Carolina.'It I IC IP'
"'Vellet\ 's go down street and walk to Ireland some measure of homerule.In proved blessing to my family cheerfully I :

around among all the stores and do [ default of this Mr. Parnell promises to testify to Its merits.' Its popularity here Is I A. NOTES --l I PHARMACISTS' 1=
some shopping. You know there's a employ his ,following to so obstruct the unbounded.'-Eev.S.G.Shaw.Bat svllle.Ark. oc8"

whole lot of things I want, and you transaction of parliamentary business as 'to These are but samples from among the many C
to let me have them." render the presence of Irish members at St. thousands of unsolicited testimonials received DEALER IN- =
promised dear that's business Stephen's intolerable. This programme insures during the past few years. Ask your druggist Centre Street,
"Oh, pshaw, my a succession of exciting scenes in Par-I for the original M.A.8DD10NS'LIVER MED. r./J.
and I hate shop- made, at 8t.Louis Mo. Take other.
ana costs money, ICINE no
which Mr.
iament. The new reform bill Family Supplies FERNANDINA FLORIDA
ping. Gladstone proposes to carry during the session -
"But I don't, and I want to go and of 1884, will also doubtless excite toM P
I'm going, and yon needn't think'you general interest in the United States as wellas Professional and Business Cards HEAVY GROCERIES, P KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
stop me. I'll just make the bills throughout the British empire. Vastly of FRESH and PURE' FOR-

can that much bigger, see if I, don't." more interesting to American readers will be E. LEROY JONES, :3I.D., P EIGN and DOMESTIC

"Don't talk that way, my dear. Letus the discussion to take place at Washington ; Hay and Grain
compromise and go to the baseballmatch within the next few months over our own HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, o 00 Drugs and Chemicals,
reform bill. The Republican members of Cv
and do your shopping some the present Congress are opposed to tariff Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, O
other t me." reform. The Democrats it is -said, are H i SHIP STORES: Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,

'Plague! take your old baseballmatch. divided, the l aJoritr.of them favoring,,the FERNANDINA,, FL\A.. 55 =
I don't like it and I shan goa minority opposing it. Which will get the Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
upper hand? Will the high-tariff Democrats Calls answered promptly day or night,and W Furniture, .
step. takes cooperate with Republicans to maintainthe Medicine furnished without extra charge.
"Of course not. It a woman QDPncsmlmsllistal FINE TOILET ARTICLES
and do what she wants to present absurd law? Or will the Demo- .Office hours:-a. m. until_ 8; p. m. 1 to 2 Stores, ,
to be cranky crats act together and send a reformtariff and 7 to 8. 22 ly* 00,
do without any regard for ether peo bill to the Senate, which the Senate'will decline tf Paints S PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,
You don't know any- ? of'the strugglein ,
ple's feelings. to pass Every step DR. W. E. SNYDER,
thing about the manly game anyhow, the Capitol Washington will be watched o Crockery, y IN GREAT VARIETY.
and like as not if I'd let you go with with lively concern all over the country, 0 r./J.

me you'd make a fool of us both by and by the time Congress adjourns the pub- B z Hardware, N
lic mind will be ripe for the opening of a > "
your ignorance. Presidential campaign which, it is safe to H eEI = JJ:!Physicians' Prescriptions
Willow-Ware. 5
"You you
say, will exceed in warmth any of its predeceSsors inW
Well, let me tell you I've played" game since 1860. The meeting of the r : az p = carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

once, and know all about it. Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the wp reasonable prices.THE .
"Oho, that's good. You play a 2d of January, and the reassembling of the P =- ooII.
game of ball! You'd make a pretty Baltimore City Council later in the same M

looking ball-player, wouldn't you? I'd month will prove also events ,of engrossing \ O. ,
like to know when you played. Yes interest. But supposing the.,existence of a W p'r
citizen concerned about none of these things DURYEE
WM. B. C. ,
I'd like to know, so I could report it
still he will need to read The Sun for news o I
to headquarters and get your name on of the thousand and one other events of COMMISSION: MERCHANT: ,
the record." interest that go so far to make up the cur- GENERAL ,< I L '! L ;t I ILLJ P

Would you? Well, I'll tell you. rent history of the world. The period is CENTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT,
It was when I was a girl, and greener one of rapid movement,and the citizen who tE4 ENDALL'Goi

than a gourd. I went to the bat and does not take paper is sure to be left be- FERNANDINA, FLA. IFURNITURE1 !I SpAV HG RE
struck a foul the first thing. That was hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora

,Topnoody. In the next inning I paper, now is the time, before the actorson Hay, Corn, Oats
you the world's stage during the year 1884 MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
made a had muff and dropped a nice have taken their places and begun to play W. K. BAUKNIGHT, .,- discovered, as it is certain in its
young man I might as well have taken their parts. When it becomes a question of effects and does:: not blister. READ PROOF
m. I made errors right along, and the securing a reliable newspaper, which will AGENT, L-I- JUST RECEIVED THIS BELOW.
worst kind of ones. When they told contain all the news, succinctly expressedand WHOLESALE AND RETAIL a new lo? of

me to run I wouldn't do it, and the fairly reported, the proper course to AND STOCK DEALER, -
only chance I had to make a home runI pursue is plain : take The Sun. BUTCHER ANDDealer Chamber Suits, Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS .

threw away. When the game was THE SUN, in Ice --I Parlor Suits, N. Y., January 30,1882.Dr. .
over I was fooled into an engagementon Published daily except Sunday. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, B. J. Kendall & Co.:
condition that I was to have half I Tables, Lounges, GENTs-Having used a good deal of your
the gate money, and, though the engagement THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. BROOM STREET WHARF =uIIIIx.I: Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
: still continues, it s preciouslittle 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. rIIIII Rockers, Chairs, thought I would let you know what it has
of the receipts I get, and you Terms of Subscription by Mail, InvariablyCash done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
Free Wardrobes, colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
advance-Postage :
know it Go to
Topnoody. on your LOUIS A. C. LANGE, When I was breaking him he kicked over

hall-match. Once is enough for me. I One Year...........$6.00 One Month..50 Cts. :Bedsteads, the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
guess I shall do my shopping alone in a Six Months........ 3.00 Three Weeks.38 Cts. UPHOLSTERER :s: hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
way that will surprise you when the Four Months..... 2.00 Two Weeks..25 Cts. Springs, Mattresses, farriers, but they all said be was spoiled.He .

b'come in."Merchant Traveler. Three Months.... 1.50 One\reek..13 Cts. Foot of Centre Street, had a very large thorough-pin, and I
Pillows etc. etc.
used two bottles of Kendall's Spavin
Two Months...... 1.00 r--r--I your
SINGLE COPIES by mail..3 Cts. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Cure,and it took the bunch entirely off and
SHE GOT IT. he sold afterwards for$1800(dollars). I have
THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN.A Furniture repaired in the best manner. used it for bone spavins and wind- llsand.
There!" called out a woman who Hair Mattresses made to order at short it has always cured completely and left the
Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in notice. 36 FEED W. EOYT is CO.LLFURNITURE. leg smooth.It .
was a on a Bay City train
passenger Compact Shape. =:] is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.I
leaving Detroit a day or two ago, "I've have recommended it to a good many,and
went and gone and left my sachel in the $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 JAMES McGIFFIN, they all say it does the work. I was in With-
depot! Somebody call the conductor!" AND BUILDER erington &Kneeland's drug store in Adams,

Abenevolentman with a bald head TERMS-Invariably Cash in Advance. CONTRACTOR I I the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou

and a double chin volunteered his services Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United Alachua Street, between Second and Third, sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
said if I would write to that
States and Canada. not; they you
and after a time the conductor was
FERNANDINA, FLA. B. NOYES, you would send me one. I wish you would,
brought !in."Can't ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. A and I will do you all the good I can.
you stop and run back?" Orders and estimates from a distance care- (Successor to W. A. SANBOEN), Very respectfully. E. s. LYMAN. ,

asked the woman. 1884. Premium Copies 1884. fully attended to. 25-tf Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

"No, ma'am, but Til telegraph to to Getters Up of Clubs

it have?" your baggage sent on. What is For the Baltimore Weekly Sun." O. S. OAKES, I II GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, Kendall's Spavin Cure.ON .

"A sachel. Five Copies.......................................$ 5.00With I CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, HUMAN FLESH.
well he said he to an extra Copy of the WeeklySun CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
"Very as began i Corner of Second and Centre Streets, near VEVAY 12 1881
one year. IND., August ,
write. "It is an old sachel with one TEN COPIES................................... 10.00 Steamboat Landing, Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
handle off and the lock broken, of And Manufacturer of
With an extra copy of the WeeklySun FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-
I course. one year, and one copy of the day. Please send me some with my imprint,
"Y yes, sir, but it's none of your Daily Sun three months. FLOORING, CEILING, MOLDINGS, Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. printed on one side only. The Kendall's

business if it is! You don't buy my FIFTEEN COPIES............................ 15.00 Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with usr
+ sachels!" With an extra copy of the WeeklySun FANCY SCROLL SAWING, large quantities. and not only for animals but for human
,#t "No, ma'am-of course not. Let's one year, and one copy of the Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- ailments also. :Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
r Daily Sun nine months. BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the leading farmers in our county, sprained an
I'll them to it.
see telegraph open THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. _...... 30.00 best in the world. ankle badly, and knowing the value of the-
The first thing on" top is a night-cap. With an extra copy of the WeeklySun NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. Agent for B.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED remedy for,horses,tried it on himself, and it
"S'posin' 'tis! she blustered up. "I and one copy of the Daily Sun PLOWS. did far better than he had expected; cured
guess there is no law agin wearin' one year. Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- the sprain in very short order.
night-caps!'* STAIR and CHURCH WOES a SPECIALTY. VILLE. 33 Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price .

"No, ma'am; and the next thing is Getters up of Clubs will find the above $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All

a pair of black woolen stockings which Elevations and Floor Plans, with esti- STOVES, TIN-WARE ETC. druggists have it or can get it for you or it
have been darned in the heels. What terms the most liberal that can be offered bya will be sent to any address on receipt of
furnished reasonable rates.
mates at
next?" W. P. STREETY, price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KENDALL -
First-Class Family Journal. ;SS-Orders by mail promptly attended to. & CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
"The next thing is that if any man Second Street the Post-Office
opposite ,
for Illustrated Circular.
Fernandina Fla. 5 Send
Address P.O. Box 174, ,
in this 'ere State of Michigan dare to SINGLE COPIES by mail..3 Cts.
FERNANDINA, FLA. Sold by all Druggists.
open that sachel and go to pawing

over the contents Til make a corpse 01 The safest method of transmitting money F. W. ANSLEY;,
him!" untied her obtained for new inventions
she exclaimed, as she PATENTS
bonnet. by mail is by check, draft or post-office or for improvements in old.
I + ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand

"But I must telegraph. money order. I all patent business promptly attendedto.
"Then you call it a black sachel I C:! INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN

kinder busted all to Goshen by you railroad No deviation from published terms. REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
wretches on both ends, and let it ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
go at that! I won't have it pawed Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers. I"S ent Office and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
over!" SUN IRON BUILDING I ::: NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
Baltimore, Md.: RLU k ents in less time than those who are remote
"But, madame, you" from Washington. .
"Not another word," she said, as her ST. JOSEPh ACADEMY When Inventors send model or sketch, '
spe< tacles danced on her nose. "Do as Fernandina, Fla. St. the we make search in the Patent Office, and
South side Centre near Depot.
I tell you, and if they can't find it I'll advise as to its patentability free of charge
come back and up and bounce INSTITUTION, UNDER THE FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND Correspondence confidential; fees reason-
folks around stirthinfs think it's a bad THIS of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, MADE TO ORDER. able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT-
is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest ENT IS OBTAINED.We .
vear for hurricanes. busted
say a portions of Florida. 3'All work warranted. refer by permission to the City Post-
black sachel and add that i! it comes The building,which was erected especiallyfor STOVES, HEATERS. RANGERS. master, and to the Superintendent of the

alongyith the other handle pulled off a Boarding School, is large and airy. NEW YORK TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE Post-Office :Money Order Division in Wash-
111 begin a lawsuit to make this railroad. The Course of Instruction is thorough and ington. For special references.circular,service -

flicker!" solid, comprising, both in English and BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY ROOFING AND GUTTERING, terms, etc.,address
The busted black sachel left on the French all the branches of a good educa- C. A. SNOW & CO.,
next train.-Detroit Free Press.A tion. Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and WIULIAlTHYNES PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC Opp.Patent Office Wasbinlr oD.D.C. 2tPATENTS
Bedding, per quarter, $40.50. Music Les-
sons, with use of Instrument, $12.00. TO REMIND THE PUBLIC A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea
-- new piece of music is called"The Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy WISHES he is now ready to make any call, and compare my prices with those of

Tobacco W'aItz." It should be played, Work taught without additional charge. kind ofBREAD. other houses, here elsewhere.,
on a in advance. CAKE qR PIES,
pipe organ.-Marble Folio its Payments required ,
dancers should have fine-cut features Schools will reopen October 1st 1883. THE CELEBRATED KuNN & CO.,of the Scntrnmc Ax=azcAir. continue .
ana wear For further particulars) ,apply to the Acad- on the shortest possible notice. He will also to act u Solicitors for Patents,Caveats,TradeMarks
Connecticut wrappers.- c Copyrights for the United States. Canada.;
fine assort-
for the Holidays a ttI
42 have on hand, tt Germany
lid Baton. Yes such dancer emy. England France ,etc. Hand Book aboutPatents
a ment sent free. years'experience.
ought to chews a plug hat to wear, and Amelia Beach. ofENGLISH FRUIT CAKE, | Patents obtained through MUNN A CO.are noticedIn
liar the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the best,and
-tt largest
-a tt
nna for a partner.-Oouverneur THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the most widely: circulated scientfac paper. $ .20 a year.
6rrald. But would' a dancer like to be supervision of Mrs. Sweeney., who will be ranging from one pound upwards. Weekly Splendid engravings and interesting In-
the AmerIcan
formation. Specimen of Scientific
seen received and FOR SALE BY copy
In such Key-West-ionable com- pleased to receive her old friends and the rAll orders thankfully sent free. Address MDNN&CO.:1 ScuurrmoAMIBICAN
psu r?-uAlnond Baton. Snuffsaid. public generally. Choicest oysters,.fish,etc., promptly attended to. Office 261 Broadway New York. ;
Sais Francisco News-Letter. constantly on band tf. 51 tjan ,



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.;;. : ELOR1DA!; ,MIRROR; : :,_ .JANUARY.26.; \ : ,! I

t ; :- .. e . ..

: THE Fto IDA IRROR.: his successors, :.because Mr. Woodbury ,THE COLD.. WEATHER_IN.' 'FLORIDA northwest of the Gay jHead lighthouse, and .Travelers .Guide. --

had!so'decid'ed., in the face b f the demand 1883-4! its extreme end is only a mile or two distant

'SATURDAY,: JANUARY S6, 188+:. continually'made. by the United We publish i in another column l. an from the shore. It is well known to TRANSIT & PENINSULAS: RAII.EOAD.

interesting communication to the all coastwise captains, for the reason that itforms'so Day passenger train leaves-
: : foreign governments. For Cedar Key and'Vild\\'ood.and
EXTENSION OF THE TRANSRAILROAD' !:/! to speak a corner around which
Brooksville Orescent from all points on Transit
In the Congressional Record of the a gentleman' Road......_ T.i5
SYSTEM. \; < they must turn in their trips between north;. For Savannah and all points North a. m.

The three-masted schooner ? :18th. of January we find the following who ,has lived in Florida over fifty ern and southern ports. The course of the and West................................. 715a.
Rogers and whose conclusions City of Columbia l about (connecting at Callahan.)
; !interesting precedent and ruling of the years corre- lay west southwest For
I has been unloading' steel rails during ,Pensacola,and all
Supreme Court.of the United States in spond with our own, based 'on an experience from the? entrance of Vineyard.Haven, until points on the Florida Central &

the past week, for the Leesburg & Indian of the Devil's Bridge buoy was reached. when Western Railroad................ ... 7.153.
nearly-forty-two .
} a parallel case of wrongful damage, years. her (connecting at Baldwin. ni
River Railroad.; This is an important course would have been changed, after )
' item of news indicative of the which settles the law of the case. Were It will be observed, by'reference to rounding this point, to a much more south- Day passenger train arrives-
' ; glad 'to see that the Senate acqui- the extract we give.from the Kissimmee erly direction. Tn the absence of that pre- From all Cedar Key; Wildwood, and
points on the
purposes of the present managementof .Road... 3.50 .
esced in the decision of the Supreme Bitter-Sweet, that the .temperature'at: cise information which can only be obtained From Savannah' and all points in: p rn'

the Transit Railroad to speedily Court. Under the I that place, Orlando- and Sanford t by a judicial inquiry, it may not be fair to the North and West.............._ 3.50 p.m
of the Court was From '
connect the great trunk lines with the criticise the skill and watchfulness displayedby Tallahassee Pensacola. and
y as low as 30. all points on the Florida Central
and the action of.the
the Allan- Senate we do not those who were in charge of the vessel at Western Railroad.... .
orange growing regions ... ......._ 3.50pm.
how After the 'cold the 16th of the time she struck
tic as well as those of the ,Gulf coast see Congress can fail to pass a snap-of upon this hidden ledge. Night passenger train leaves-

similar act to pay the East Florida December, we stated that'we were'-informed They have paid for their rashness, if it was: I For. Cedar Key Vildwiod.and, all 1
and the interior. Like a sturdy oak, rashness with their lives and in all times points on the Transit Road......_ 6.40 D m
that the
claims. thermqmeter at For '
Tampahad Savannah and
: all

: ',' this sytem is stretching out its branches "'GiRLAND.l.I been down to 30 lower the censure of the dead has not been con- and West............,.;.points.........North........ 6.40 .
,' adding' new -territory constantly .:MR. should, like to get the : .1 Whitwas, sidered an edifying task. Still,.from the information (connecting at,Callahan.) p.m

: and permission of the Senator from Californiato I than at Fernandina,'which"we 'regarded that ,we now' have, one cannot For Tallahassee Pensacola,and all

constructing valuable feeders call up.a bill,that I do.not think will ex- as quite remarkable.As help drawing the conclusion that the accident points on the Florida Central & .
throughout the peninsula.: To class.of debate. ''It' 'is" Western Railroad..................... 6.40p.m. .
1' no cite'any the 'bill (s. 652)), to an illustration, that a certain degree was not one of those' inevitabte"'mishapsv'hich (connectingat Baldwin.).

persons.is a continuous and unbrok carry into effect ,the decree of the district : may occur under; any circumstances Night passenger train arrives-
of cold is
en line of transportation ''court of the United States fof the'southern not necessarily injurious but was on the contrary'due to the From Cedar Key. Wildwood arid
important -
: more? ;, district of New York in the case of the to either trees or fruit, we will state a carelessness of the officers who were at the all points on the Transit Road 9.25 a. m.
tKan 'the fruit' grower and"truc k Spanish ferry-boat Nuestra Senora de fact time responsible for the the From Savannah and all points}in
ti : farmer Their Regla. coming under our own observa safely of, vessel. the North and West...........:.,..."9.25 .
i .products are perishable It is an old..matter, that has been hanging tion. On the north side of Orange The captain of the steamer, asserts that From Pensacola. Tallahassee; and'i m

.j and easily susceptible of injury from!> goo"w'for souie-three or four years.. :: when she struck she was 300 yards on the all points on Florida Central & i

i too much handling or delay in reaching The bill was read; and, by' unanimous' Lake, i in the elbow of the'1ake'tne ther- outside of the buoy upon the Devil's Bridge Western Railroad................... 9.25 a. in. f;

l[ consent:, the Senate, as in committee of the mometer on-the 6th of'January' marked ledge. Now, as the officials in charge of the FEBNANDINA fc JACKSONVILLE R. B.

- r market. A great trunk road whole, proceeded to its consideration. 22 Fahrenheit .but Government coast survey invariably place Train leaves daily- '
which can drop off its empty at We .i-1 a'trace:' <> of the their For Jacksonville....................:...:..4:30 p. m.
buoys the
from the
cars quote Record: effects of the cold'was.tobe observed on outer edge of a ledge, the Train arrives daily-

all points along the road and its I Be it enacted, etc.. That the Secretary of the then : only conclusion that can- be drawn is that From Jacksonville...........:..........10.45a.m.
.i branches to receive them loadedfor Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized or afterwards- ; on.t thtf-orange! trees Capt. Wright has either made a mistake as SEA ISLAND ROUTE.

again and directed, out of any money in the Treas- or.all! ages, ..from7'yo'urig ,)eedlings' tobearmg to the location of.his vessel, or a rock existsin From Savannah by the Bridgeton,

,. distant markets, not to be again ury proper not payment otherwise to appropriated into effect, to the make decree trees+ ri0r'was'the'fruit frozen. the ship channel at this point that is not Tuesday and Saturday.............. 4.00 p.m.
'; For Savannah
', disturbed, is worth a greatdeal io\the of the district court of the United States The location is laid down upon. the charts.} Premising: the by steamer City of
surrounded with dense' Bridfretnn. AnnrlnaVeilnesg1w_ .. 5flf_ r._>.n. ,.
for the .
proprietor of.'a,gr9 e'or truck farm. southern district: of New York bearing '. latter supposition to be a correct one, it can- u" n
G ; r. date December 10, 1883, in the case qf hammock growth and some shade, and not be understood how it is that the knowledge MALLORY LINE.
Very soon c rfrcan l be loaded on the the Spanish fern-boat Nuestra FteilOra. de For New York direct,
'.. ... ''_', _: ...... ..:..... I. Regld". her tackle, dp.Uc&aU: i.ird.by has Several :miles of water protectionon : of this sunken rock has not been ob- ships State of Texas by or City steam-of

banks oi tue Indian 'Riv r'anu trans forces of life United'States !i1861.'io claIm- the northwest ; and yet the same tained long before this, when thousands of .. San Antonio, Thursday evening..............
ported, without breaking bulk;fu'Oma ant and appellee therein named, or its legal vessels of all sizes and classes have each year From New York direct by.City of
representative, with .int rest.frpIl1 the date degree jcold.stripped\ the orange .tree San Antonio and State of Texas,
ha or .Kansas City, StC Louis. or'Chicago. -of-sjiid''decre'e.* t/J ;: : of its leaves at the gone to and fro over this course for the last every' Friday........................., 3.00p.m.
f many points along two
The first question the settler asks 5 .MB, ,.CqifGEB:.-I.desire .,o inquire .if, there Transit Railroad centuries. Again, if the vessel struck .
: We infer/therefore upon an unknown and hidden
is no from the committee
in report .that NEW
is o.n.
regard what
any locality are .
was it that before the
subject, what is the date of judgment, that therefore local" causes whieh mod- collision the first and
'f the facilities for transportation to mar second officers and the all united
captain in
and whether'the, time for.an' appeal, or taking ify the effects of cold'in different local-
J' ket?" ''It' ." commanding the quartermaster to the
present or prospective. We the has port
case ?
up passed i ities
f as suggested by the writer in the helm "and
keep the vessel farther
M! _have recently ,seen the return,-of a carload MR. GAELAND.-Over twenty years ago this Crescent. to the
north ? If
boat was seized and condemned( in the district the ledge was a hidden and unknown -
t of sent from the shores of -
oranges? one.. they'could
The :hardly
court of New. York. The."case was inference. 'we'drv from. all the heve been
Orange Lake to Kansas City without made aware of its existence
until their
brought to the.Supreme Court, and the de reports made is, that the recent: cold ves-
the loss of box. Our '' sel had struck upon it but, instead of
or injury a single cree of condemnation reversed in an opinion weather has not been ; com-
as injurious at
facilities for all-rail transportation to reported in 17 Wallace:- -In ;the proceedings ing upon them as a surprise, they seem to FS&.1?
any points as the cold snap of Decem- have been aware of their danger a momentor aen arir* -
.r! '. the West and. Northwest are already there, some further questions, were raised, '
ber 28th 1880 and has done two before its inevitable results made
were ,
i and the case was brought ag ain to the Supreme no mate- 1'
excellent. Our shipments North on apparent. There is '! :
Court of the United States, and, at, its rial injury ; that the orange tree is certainly a mystery 4I 0 4
one day of the week be about this which needs explanation. If the
can sent to
last term preceding the present, tbeyfinally hardy, arid' under ordinary circumstances
New York direct by' steamship from a disposed of the case in the followlig'w'ordsf! ; City of Columbus was 300 yards outside of

real will stand a temperature much the buoy, she was evidently giving the ledgeall
which-I will ,
Florida but (on all other : "f'p' ? :
port, days Upon the-facts in this case 'there can be" below 200'without material injury, and the sea room that was necessary, although'

I must go to the port of: a neighboring no doubt of,the propriety of such an,;'allow; that during the last one hundred perhaps a prudent commander might have
. 'J State for transhipment. 'We/ou8ht. to ante for'life extraordinary detention of'the : years increased the distance somewhat, in view of
vessel before she was delivered-up-Xoivad the freeze of February, 1835, has'been
possible contingencies. Still fault
no could
( a steamship leaving, Fernandina. LI judicatiqn.jespecially for the since she was detained the only occasion when any great injury be found with the captain who took: this
4 for the North every'other and I purpose of asp by the United
; day, States. And as to the amount bf.t, llow., has occurred.jthe.erange> trees. We amount of precaution when going througha

there is business enough, if concentrated auce..1 C4. .. ..opportunity for discussion, should therefore feel well known channel. Capt..; Wright'asserts AK I4G
.'to' such. line. TILP tlJiJel; y tates .. re. illif1g and aftually. satisfied' that, after his vessel l struck,
,support a her engine was
contracted t9 liatt:;;..OF);lJa} !'{or her uae, etc,1I with the test of the hardiness of this reversed
V In 'fact, bnsip ss., i is increasing\ Going<)II 'and stating the fact a'fi'rid''dil'er-- and she was backed twice, her
; valuable'tree and feel length, but the
great weight of the
water that
', encouragement
: idl in Florida that-such line is ent dates- .,. ., .
.rP p. a a': : f ,:
S* in its'cuItivat The came, in through the hole in her
on. cold of bows, arid
Our conclusion
is that damages should die
necessity!. Every acre, of full .bearing allowed as follows : . 1880-and that of the present "winter the stoppage of her.machinery.'poss'ibly by POWDERAbsolutely

orange trees will yield on an average For unnecessary and unusual. delay the water coming to herfires, prevented him
in proceeding to adjudication, 175datys.i has been as severe as at period

two'h litlred'tboxesof fru it.b qJ a f.1y' t $200.---:: .,{.'......,;'f..............................-$; ,000 fast:/ any*' from getting. the steamer's head pointed Pure.
car-load.. The fretent each box FoV'value! 6t vessef.: ...-.."...'..."..'.'.1....'..."... "SO'.ObOIn during fiftY earsT northward, and she drifted with the sea and
on is .. It is to the credit of wind inside the buoy upon the ledge- where I Ishe' POWDER .
i / -- .. anv locality if never varies. A marvel
about forty bents by'ship'i Fernan- all.......................................... $ ',000 It' 'i 2 fr'show. .".1 !that ri die, J\ ,.r',.r'.I: if !.io.t; r'1 was found 'by'thoso who' ,went to her THIS purity,strength and wJi l somclIcss.
diva to New York. The of Mr. To which add interest; the rate of 6'per trees nave'undergone rescue; in other words, that the position\ More economical than the ordinary kinds,
'grove cent, per ann uni,'from tlie time of the order the test of a low and /"innAfr. he sold ih com'oetitio'n Kith the
J. A. of restitution, June .1863 until very : temperature which she was found was not the one she multitude
'Harris now yields not less than 20j' the de of low-test,short '''eight-alum;or
boxes cree.. .. .. and yet not been injured. We was in when the.accident,itself occurred.. .. ---- phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
20,000; or eighty car-loads, It me aecree oi me aisincr court is reverseu. cannot see the object of evading 'or These are circumstances which5 will have ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,

: will readily be seen, what transportation and the cause 'remanded'with instructions to be closely investigated by 38 100 Wall Street, New York.
17 to enter another decree in accordance .with qualifying the real'facts. competent .
the fruit of Florida will judicial tribunal. If thecaptains assertions
crop soon this opinion. ; ,
The trees in AN ORDINANCEFor
orange our .city now
require. Within three years, probably, I hold in my hand the other decree entered which are now not clearly comprehensible,
look very well. can thoroughly explained, he Fixing the Rate of Assessment -
' if box of by the court below based upon this decree of or more
every. oranges for
his for
the Supreme Court. especially two subordinate officers, may :
Savannah was shipped from Fernandina THE LOSS OF TIlE CITY OF CO- be cleared of but the Year 1883. f
ME.; CONGEE.-And from that the case has .. ". censure ; in view of our I
the loss would not be felt by the not been taken to a higher court again? LUMBUSJ' .. :'.. .". past experience in disasters of this characterwe

Waycross road, so greatly would the ME. GARLAND.-There was no further appeal Commenting upon the loss of the cannot help thinking that it will be found BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY

shipments to the West be increased. and in fact no ground for it, for the district steamship, City of Columbus, of the that this terrible calamity was not due to the COUNCIL OF FERNANDINA

1 court simply follows the decree of the Boston & Savannah unforeseen so much as Capt. Wright would SECTION 1. That, for the purpose of meet- .
We need to enlarge our lines of trans- Supreme Court in so many words. The bill line, by which have us suppose, for it :should be remem- ing the current expenses of said City, and

t With increase of business ninety-seven human lives perished and bered that not the past due indebtedness thereof for the year
i : portation. was amended by the committee to conformto only was the course at this 1883, there be raised, by a levy upon the real

will naturally come .reduction .of the precedents heretofore made in allow- the appalling particulars, of which have point well known, but it has been laid out and personal property of the city as assessed::! ,

:. freights. If the :Mallory line could,be ing payments of this character with the in- been given to the country by the daily with the greatest care. Beside the buoy on a the tax dollar of((12J, as) twelve follows and one-half .mills on
the :
edge of the Devil's
i assured,of full both they terest.. There are three precedents' press, on Saturday and Sunday mornings -,I bluff of Bridge ledge, on the For current expenses....;....... ......1 per cent.
cargoes ways MR. Co 'GER.-I would inquire whether it Gay Head, the government has For past due bonds.................... 2i mills.
) could place their freight rates accord- is customary to allow interest,upon a claimof last, the Boston :Herald says : placed a lighthouse of the finest description. SEC. 2. That the (1)) one per cent. of the

: .' ingly. What is needed is concentra- this kind for damages' ?' The loss of the steamer City of Columbus. and in the official charts the course to be be tax above assessed for current expenses may

,:;', tion of business. The first steamship ME GARLA .-The Supreme Court say has brought sorrow to hundreds of people in- followed in rounding the point is defined as remainder paid in City of the Scrip tax or, or cash the; (2i(but) that two and the

r: they are entitled'to "6, per, .cent, from.1875, ,, immediate vicinity. ;Her passenger list clearly as it is possible to lay down sailing one-half mills of the tax thus assessed: shall

.' lines out of Savannah were experimental from'.the day? of,the seizure.DIR1CONGERThebill . was made up'chiefly of those who 'lived jn' directions. We shall not be surprised if it be paid in cash, bonds or coupons.

i} '. and made only weekly trips to provides" for paying Boston or in the neighboring towns, anaconsequently turns out-though in the number of sur- Rules Passed waived first; reading, and passed'second January 2,18SI.reading

: New York ; by concentration of business interest'since that time. the disaster strikes home upon vivors those who-can give definite intelli- January 2, 1884.

r they have expanded. It is clearly MR.. "GARLA =Prom ,that time .on' until our people with a force which is not felt gence may not be obtainable-that the officerin Read third time, and adopted January 2,

the recovery, whenever that may be.* The when similar mishaps occur ;in other parts command of the City of Columbus on 1884.
1 .: the interest of the business ofFlorida FRED \V_ TTHYTPresident .
men Senator will of the Friday morning
find the precedents 4in volume world. The peculiar feature in this was not laving his course.,
of Council
h. ; to promote such an expansion. 16 of the Statutes at Large, the'case of the accident, if it may so be called, is its wholly as he should, by bearings taken from the Attest. : pro tern.
i'l i .1\I :, '' --- Sybil, the case of the Volante, and the Dashing unexpected character. The place in whichit light on Gay Head, but was sailing under W. F. WOOD, JR.,.City Clerk.

PAYMENT OF INTEREST BY THE Wave. occurred is well known ; probably thereis general steering directions, trusting to luck Approved:

UNITED STATES. MR. CONGEE.-From what committee does not a water course on the Atlantic coast to.sight the buoy which indicated the northern F. C. SUHRER,
Acting Mayor.
In the consideration, we gave last the ,report come? that'is more 'frequently- traversC"d.' y..sea..., and western end of the ledge; that in

a week of'the East Florida claims we set ME. GAELAND.-From the Judiciary. Committee going craft of all kinds thanVinevard', ', 'I Sound, consequence of his omission to take the pre- SEED POTATOES.

.:': unanimously. and it has been supposed' that not a rock or caution referred to above, the steamer got ROSE
JieJact.thaUn.,1836 1836 the EARLY
; Secretary The bill was ordered to be engrossed for much nearer to land than
a ledge existed in this passage that had not he supposed, and EARLY VERMONT,

.< of the Treasury, Mr. Woodbury, passed.third reading, read the third time, and been searched out and marked upon the that, instead of striking some hidden rock, BEAUTY OF HEBRON.

refused to allow the amount awarded chart. The circumstances of the wreck were more than an eighth of a mile beyond and WHITE ELEPHANT-

the judges of the Superior Courts Engineering in China has achieved a nota- in all respects unexpected. The night wasa outside of the buoy, she struck upon the Also a full assortment ofTuonaua
bas triumph in the construction of the bridgeat clear one, and, although a' stiff gale was ledge itself, at a point where the existenceof .'r's RELIABLE GARDEN SEEDS.
: interest, because the Government Lagang, over an of the
arm China Sea. danger well
blowing from the west, the moon was shining was known. If this
1e had not usually paid interest to its It is five miles long, built entirely of stone sition should For sale low by W. F. SCOTT.
brightly, so that the buoy on the Devi 'sllridge turn out to be correct, it may

I' creditors, and that' this precedent had has three hundred arches seventy feet high, : ledge could be distinctly seen, as. the be a fortunate thing for the peace of mind Nassau Fibre
and the roadway is seventy feet wide. The of the officers who were in ,
charge the
been7 set, up-from that time to this by pillars are seventy-five feet captain asserts, when 300 yards distant. This sel that their names are not to be found ves- For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto

: ; .. .," . ... apart. ledge is one which makes out a little to the upon the list of survivors. anything else in use. For sale by
;, ----- --- .I- \ ; : > ; June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co.THE .
.. '. .,.






Seventh-St., near Egmont HotelFERNANDINA. IJ;,,: ,.. ; -I "t -


.k:. ,' : '
well fnrnished.withOf : : TO THEIR.
rooms. .
pleasant ," ,
Offers Table Boarders will be .....". ,'r .,
board. OF ALL KINDS ." .. / 'tf'"r.' ," t
or accommodated., 3Itss;, also LUCY transient.Q TIIO IPSON. 'I'" .w:

-- PROPOSALSWILL Go to F. M. Robinson, : .; f:.} '. :'Y. ::: ,

BE .'
at his store, when'Jjficationscan .
F. WOODJR., : .
i \y' Novelties in Silks
be seen, for opening drains! ,t ,
Central Park in good sanitary '. I;
and keeping JACKSONVILLE ,;,
bidders and FLORIDA. :i":1-\: ";:' ,
such time Dress Goods
condition for as. .. ,,'" Velveteens .
Council may agree upon ; bidders.to haveuse '.: \ .. : ., ... ,;'t.'. '.'" ,

of the park for cultivation in paymentfor LLJ IFURNITUREInl '.. ,:i" /, ,...... '. o ,... Cashmeres Prints
such drainage. ,. ... '. .. ., ,
: '
Council. .f. ; ;; : ; ; f. : :,
n\r order of .. .. .. .
.'r .
G. F..AVERY, : ; ;' \ "': .: Cambrics etc. etc.
.... ,
Committee on Streets and Drains, ..' .' > "li', :" -'
Chairman .
RECEIVED THIS ;.: ;.v. ." .7;: \; ';:::. ,.

NOTICE JUST a new lot of ,. !.: ":,:.",,,.".t ,-,,fIM' .. ". H| AT! LOW PRICES. | '
: ; -
of Lands Sold fbi __ ", .:: :,;..f' ;;.. .:
To Taxes. Chamber.-Suits, ..' r r'."f. ...'-.,'"-1"--:---" .-...r..:"1' ,'s..'. !' \ .

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE ) --J' ..... Parlor Suits, .,'. .',..-"'t"r:'....r.'JI""J:....oW,.: .'..,.-., ."...'.'.'t'..'I.{,,: '", (''..
\ '' ; House-Keeping Dry Goods
Tallahassee, Fla. Dec. 18. 1883. J 1"'< ,
.: 'f
: ;;
'' .fH : fUl. 'i
PARTIES WHOSE for taxes LANDS prior WERE,to t the..3d SOLD'oi I Tables, Lounges, ",.,',.,.'n.'1. "' 'i.. ..: ..,......::1"'h':....v.,,., .... ,, : A FULL ASSORTMENT.

will) take notice that after the Bookers .Chairs .' I .
March:1883 I ,
; }"::- : Blankets and
1834. the certificatesof sale will ; ; ;1 ." i'1- 7 :' Comfortables
of March,
3d .. .. .' ,
for be subject the same to and purchase paying by amount anyone: reqUIred applying by Wardrobes, :: !,.,- ; ., OF ALL GRADES.

that date no notice or preferenceis Bedsteads,, -. .
After .
law. atttention is
p- Special
to be given to owners. G t' FCI
required en th.to
W. D. BARNES, Springs; Mattresses, .. : :::1' our ENTIRELY NEW stock of 0 lng,

j5-4t Comptroller. elegant cut and manufacture.
Pillows etc. etc.
-- Florida'Lands '
JOSEPH'S ACADEMY.Fcrnniidina r--I .
ST. Furnishing Goods
.. all the new styles.

rpHIS J_ direction INSTITUTION of the SKTEKS, UNDER OF ST. JOSEPH THE, FliED W. HOYT & CO.FURNITURE. JjJ J""A AT full LON line PRICES.of Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,

is portions pleasantly of Florld3.located: in one of the healthiest ::::J The PeninsularAND I !

The building,which was erected especiallyfor 1J6rWe are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

a Boarding School, is large and airy.and LL1 York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
The Course of Instruction.is thorough !
solid comprising, both in English and s
French all the branches of a good educa ----I Tropical Florida ., .
J & T.
tion. Board, Tuition Washing, Bed and I .ING-'Sr I l
Bedding, per quarter, $40.50. Music Lessons ,
\ with use of Instrument, $12.00. RAILROAD COMPANIES FERNANDINA FLA.
Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy CuriosityiVariety StoreOffers --,
Work taught without additional charge.
Payments\ required in advance. LANDS RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
Schools will reopen October 1st 1883. a large and carefully selected ----- ---- .
--- -------- -
For further particulars,apply to the Academy COUNTIES OF


Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. ALAOHVAr ,


AND .SLABS, Silk, Linen, and Cotton.. -
EDGINGS 10 cents per load. MARION

Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons,
Laces, Towels, Napkins, SUMTER ANDHERNANDO rr = rk1 _
From $j to $10 per M ft., .
: according to quality. Dress Lining, Buttons, --J

DRESSED'LUMBER, and Notions Generally. ,
$12 to$20 M. fee ,
\|%:V I fttf'l'-VV'' ''.' per .. .. r > I
Telephone promptly attended to. -
by -
A new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- -
WILLIAM, B. C. DURYEE, TIES just received and marked low. R w
** ,
r .'
Steam Saw and Planing Mill. ,
$1.25 to $10 per Acre.
Office foot Centre Street. 8
Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior.

Published daily.except; Sunday.' $Sf In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- All these lands are in the central -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-

,I,; THE PAPER. OF,THE PEOPLE. fine variety. peninsular portion of the State, and CITY OIT SAN ANTONI09 1G80 TONS.
f *_...: ST.A.TJ3.OF. TEXA8, 1i: <1,2 TONS.

. Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably FLORIDA AID SEMI-TROPICAL CURIOSITIES within fifteen miles of Railroads in CARONDELET, .: 19i)8: TONS.

; Cash in advance. -Postage Free: successful "\VESTERN TEXAS9 '.' 1,210 1'ON8.
A SPECIALTY. operation. traversing a .territory -
One Year:.::..../$6.00 One Morttir..50 Cts. .
Months.: ..,..,,,. 3t.OO ,';Three I YF.e1ts..38: Cts. JjiJ-Orders from the Country Solicited. which is being more rapidly ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW 'YORK.
J'ourlonth8.: ..... 2.00 Two Weeks....25 Cts. ,
settled and than other
Three :Mouths.\ ...).50 One Week..13Two Cts.. developed r any .
:Months..... 1.00 KING'S, of the FOR NEW YORK
SIXfiLECOl'IES'by mail..... ............3 tt! part ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA
17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-.
THE BALTIMORE-WEEKLY SUN. The fertility of the soil and accessibility sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

SEA ISLAND ROUTETO to the largest and best markets This Line, having no Transfers between Fernandina and New'
I A Newspaper Giving a Weed's: Events in York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
Compact Shape. make these lands particularly desira- FRUITS, VEGETABLES and others.
offered the of DIRECT LINE and UNSUR
I The traveling public are advantages a
$1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 S.4.-V. .JSfJSr A.B: : ble for the cultivation of fruits and PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
TERMS. -Invariably Cash in Advance. THE STEAMER early vegetables for shipment. For for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United JOHNS OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
States and Canada. CITY OF ISRIDGETON large and immediate profits there is RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. '. no industry in Florida i equal to the LAKE WEIR.

raising early vegetables -
1881. Premium 1884. ""LtII
to Getters Up of Clubs l f I markets. freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

"'" 1 R. 1" SOUTHWICK Agent,
For the Baltimore Weekly. Sun., ., ___ ,
1; =-.;:,,,, e A For new and descriptive circular FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
Fire......................$ 5.00 H. MALLORY & CO.,
With an extra Copy% of the Weekly LEAVES FERNANDINA FOR SAVAN- address Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
Sun one year. after the arrival of the evening
TEN COPIES...........:..................:.... 10.00 trains from JACKSONVILLE and CEDAR CHAS. ,
With an extra copy of the Weekly KEY, on Sunday Wednesday, reaching Land Commissioner, GROCERIES PROVISIONS, SHIP CHANDLERY; ETC.
Sun one year, ana one copy of the Savannah on the following morning.
Daily Sun three months. Returning, Steamer leaves Savannah for .' .v Fernandina, Fla.,
FIFTEEN COPIES............................ 15.00 Fernandina on Tuesday and Saturday. H. DOTTBRBR
Or Ocala Florida. 1 ... 38. H.
With an extra copy of the Weekly Through tickets sold to New York, Phila- -
Sun one year, and one copy of the delphia, Boston, and Baltimore.For -
Daily Sun nine months. tickets and state-rooms, apply to :: / ,L,. INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
THIIITY! COPIES ..... .............. _...... 30.00 W. B. TUCKER, Agent ':. i: .:;,; ,..:-" ": :4Jf"t -" ; > ;,:.',"
With an extra of the Weekly Office foot of Centre Street,
copy 1
Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun Fernandina Fla.J. '. ;., t.. :. ..- ;..,.: ,_ -., -r * +-.
:' .
one year.Getters A. MERCIER,
General Passenger Agent.J. "L1! s. -. "".',.'-'':f'5 '.'>"' ',.Kffbi... .. ,,' { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }
up of Clubs will find the above I N. HARRIMAN Manager. ',- .
..Jt;, '; f.75; *'. ... _' :' '-r
OFFICES: : > "'Ti .i. *? I
terms the most liberal that can be offered bya Corner Bay and Ocean Sts., Jacksonville, Fla ... .
Bull and Congress Streets..Savannah, Ga. .
First-Class Family Journal. ,",1\" "".'IT ";,....itR...' 'P1 : EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN.THAT OF
I obtained for new inventions

SINGLE COPIES by .1'... ............3 Cts. PATENTS or for improvements in old ... .
I ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand :: '. ,'},;' -7 tv.. .s", 1JfH. ;J .,-. FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES. .
The safest method of transmitting money all 'patent business promptly attendedto. '. ,- ; .
INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN .' ''f .; ;';'iilJ.h{. (J h..r r t'i\i;:; '. .', AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
b.v mail is still in most be ., ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK
.by check, draft or: post-office REJECTED may cases, pat- '. '
d ented by us.. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- .' .'.., ''":Jr'- : ',>"'".'.''.'',',- .
\ J v.. .tJ "''I'f ::"1o< ".t'1" -
money order. and in PATENT BUSI- r' ,'. .
.r NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- .."""". :.;..':- ::."...;.-"..i'V-" .,'".-4. '......ro.- .. .,.
So deviation from published terms:* ents in less time than those who are remote t ; ....."..,J.I;' \ ,,'i;,
Washington. ,"..;) r, J''l'Jfrt.it: : :. : ::" i "tAX'tf.l?; "7'
Address A.S.ABELL&Co.,Publishers.. When Inventors send model or sketch, ; .. ..: !i ,
SUN IRON BUILDING, we make search in the Patent Office, and ? _J:. , Baltimore, Md. advise as to its patentability free of charge .:: ." :, ,:_.: :..'.'f :' <; : -rFINE i TEAS AND COFFEES I -
confidential fees reason- .._' .
Correspondence ; : ;'Y' ..F : 1. lt1-t.: L; ._ -
1\]1. B. C. DURYEE, able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT '. ..:,.JL E, ; ..-:. +
ENT IS OBTAINED.We :;,,' '.';... ;"Z';t"1t-Y.: '" ; .. ". THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.NEW .
Q. COMMISSION MERCHANT, refer by permission to theCity Post- .
master, and to the Superintendent of the .,-t. ." ;; ;" :.';t 1'. >. t ,' c ;:..
CaicrEE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, Post-Office Money'Order Division in Wash-: .
ington. For special references,circular,service ..' -if";;jk '.,':- ."; .> GOODS Received by Every Steamei.I -
FERXAXDlNA ,FLA. terms, etc.,address } >1- -; .: -- -
C. A.SNOW & CO., .. '. / <' : '.

May, Corn, Oats .Opp.Patent Office Washington rv r- ,.D.C. .:2t ." ..- -'". .,......,. Cor. Second and Centre Sts., FERN ANDIX, FLAi





'; ', : .i;,' THE FLOK1LA MIRROR : JANUARY 26. :

, S y -. -.


C"U County Judge-R; D.,Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of laxea-Henry W. Loll ROUTE.
lted States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson: ; Collecor of Revenue-W. F. Trantham, CARD FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN
I C. Herndon Sanderson. Ocala. R.R
OF THE (Central
Ii. Barnes Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San Superintendent of Schools-M. L. Paine or Meridian Time.)
Register A. Gainesville:
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA TRANSIT &; PENINSULARAND JACKSONVILLE, November 18, 1883.
SUnleyor-General-Malachl: Martin Talla- Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San MONROE COUNTY. COMMENCING this date, Trains on this
\j road and its
hassee. derson. County Judge-r-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. FERNANDINA &; JACKSONVILLE R. R. connection will run as follows
DISTRICT COURT. f Superintendent of ScJtools-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. :
Sanderson. Sheriff-George A. Demerritt, Key West. In Effect November 19th, 1883. WESTWARD.
-Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maioney, Jr., No. 3.Accom.. No. 1.
Jfarhal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard Providence. Key West. SOUTH.Day Iail.
Walter Jacksonville. Pas. Nt Pas. Leave Jacksonville......
Clerk-Philip Collector 3.40pm
Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. of -Mason S. Moreno, 8.00 a m
A.M. P.M. Baldwin ............ 5.45
INTERNAL REVENUE.Collector Sheriff W. W. Tumblin, Starke. Key West. Leave Fernandina.................. 6.15 7.00 Lake City! ......... 9.55 p m 8.44 a m
: Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor.of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of&hools-J. V. Harris,Key; Leave Hart's Road Junction... 5.25 7.45 Live Oak..12.50- p in 10"' :! am
West. a m
Butler. 11.34
COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Arrive Callahan,0: 8.40 Madison ............ '_).4- a m am
John W. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of P..evemu-Bunberry Haynes,, NASSAU COUNTY. .' Leave Callahan..................... 7.38 9.20 Arrive Monticello........ 5.30am l.l8pm
: Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville.John Santa Fe.Superintendent. CbulltyJudge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan Leave Dutton................. ..... 8.05 9.53 Tallahassee......... 7.05am 3.00 PIn
F. House, St. Augustine. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes,,I dina. Leave Brandy Branch..........- 8.18 10.08 Leave Tallahassee...... 7.45 a m 3.50pm
Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Arrive Baldwin..................... 8.35 10.32 Arrive Quincy....._.....-. 9.25 a m PIn
BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff=John A. Ellermann Fernandina. Leave.Baldwin....................... 8.55 10.42 Chatta. River......11.15 a m 5.03 pm
State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Leave.Maxville....................:9.17 11.03 Leave River Junction... 5.45pm6.00pm

Point. nandina. Leave Highland....................' 9.44 11.32 Arrive Marianna....... 6.55
f .. > EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Okrk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer- Leave Lawtey..................:...... 9.49 11.52: ;i Pensacola.......?..-.. 11.45pm PIll
Governor-Wm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. AM. 14 Montgomery.....
.Lieutenant-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Assessor.of Taxes Wallace. R. .*--Moses, Georgian Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Leave Tem le's......................10.04 '. 12.12 ., Mobile............ 6.55am
Key West.Secretary na. "' botham, Callahan. Leave Starke...........:............10.12 : 12.20 New Orleans....-.. 4.45am

of State John L. Crawford, Tal- 'Collector'of:Revenue-A.. Johnston j Orlando ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Thurston...................-10.2312.40 I. Nashville.......... 10.10am
lahassee. OrangE! county.Superintendent County Judge-J. M. Beggs Orlando. Arrive Waldo........................10.43 -.1.10 Louisville......... 0 7.15pm
Comptroller. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. b/.tfcftookr-M. 'E..English. Clerk-J. :P.":Hughey, Orlando., Leave Waldo......:................:..11.05 1.50 Cincinnati........ 6.4 2.20am;
Treasurer-Henry A. L'EngleTallahassee. Titusville. Sheriff-Thomas J. Shine Fort Reid. Leave Gainesville.................. 1.54 3.00P. am
AttorneyGeneralGeorge P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes Jameb M. Owens Fort ..,M.- .;' EASTWARD.No.
hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, OrangePark. Reid, Fla. Leave Arredondo...............;..12.12 3.30 4. No. 2.
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Collector RtI.'enuA. Leave Battori.:.:.................,..12.24 3.50 Arrive, Accom. Mail,
of M. Hyer Sanford. Jacksonville.......
Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. Leave Archer.......................12.40 4.40 Leave 7.30am 9.00pm
Baldwin ............
'a Leave Bronson..:......... ........ 8.21 pm
: : 1.06
Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent 5.35 "
c' .; of Schools-John T. Beeks, Lake City.......... 2.20 a m 6.18
Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. Leave Otter Creek.................. 1.38 6.35 h p m
Live Oak...........
' ,i Leave Rosewood.......... 12.15 a m 5.25 pm
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A 'tan-General-J.E. Y Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. 2.087.35 "
onge PUTNAM COUNTY. Madison.............
Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. Arrive Cedar Key...............:.236. 8.15 8.40pm 4.03pm
\ BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison, Palatka. Monticello........ 5.50 p m 1.55 p m
(Commissioner A. Robinson,-Tallahas- Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. GOING NORTH.. ? Tallahassee....... 4.40pm l.llpm
see. Middleburg.' Sheriff-Thomas Shally. Day"!?as. M Pas. Arrive Tallahassee....... 3.55 pm 1.01 pm
Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. $8e88or-A. J. Woods. AM.P.M.: Leave Quincy............ 2.20pm 11.56am
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor 'County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Leave Cedar Key..................j. 7.00 6.00 Leave .Chatt'chee Riverl2.10.p m 11.15 a m
Building, Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. Leave Rosewood.................. 7.32" 6,45 River'Junction... 11.00am
Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Otter Creek................'.. 8.03 7.40 Marianna.......... 10.05am
SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City. TAYLOR Leave Bronson....................... 8.39 8.45 Leave Pensacola......... 5.15am
Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. 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.............. 11.55pm
Lake City. Sheriff Green B.'Weaver, Perry. Leave Arredondo.................. 938 10.20 New Orleans...... 6.15pm
see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Gainesville.................10.00 11.00 Nashville ........... 8.25 a m
Jacksonville. William A. McLean Jack Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner Arrive Waldo......... .............10.42 12.00 Louisville.........- 1.00am
County Judge Perry.
Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. '* Cincinnati ....
A. M. ..... 8.55
CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonville. County "easurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Waldo.........................10.52 1.35 Trains 1 and 2 daily Trains 3 and 4 pm
; daily
Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County: Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Leave Thurston...................11.13 2.10 except Sunday. .
i p J I First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowkien, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Leave Starke........................11.28 2.35 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville
sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST. Leave Temple's ....................11.36 2.50 to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers
Second. Circuit-David S. Walker,Tallahassee. sonville. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Lawtey.-....................11.53 3.25 Jacksonville to New Orleans daily.
Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown,

Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison.)< Jacksonville. County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Leave Highland.....................12.09 P.M. 4.00 CONNECTIONS.At .

Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus tine.ClerkBartOlo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave Maxville......................12.27 4.30 Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for

ville.Fifth sell Jacksonville.. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Arrive Baldwin ....................12.51 5.10 all points North and East; with the Fernan-
Circuit Thomas P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. Leave BaldwIn...................... 1.11 5.45 dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan
ville. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.29 6.15 dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias Leave Dutton........................ 1.44 5.40 the St..Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff-Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine.Superintendent. Arrive Callahan.................... 2.10 72.5 At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Pen-

Assessor of Taxes-3. M. Duncan, Jasper. of Schools-C. F. Perpall, Leave Callahan..................... 2.22 8.00 insular Railroad for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
Court Calendar.FIRST 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.

Columbia County.Superintendent Arrive Fernandina................. 3.37 9.50 At Lire Oak, with the Savannah, Florida.
Fall Term- of Schools-J. W. Reed, S3Day Passenger daily except Sunday .
County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J.Ivey, Leesburg. Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat-
Walton 4th in October. HERNANDO COUNTY.
Monday !
Sheriff-3. S. Dyches, Leesburg. urdays.At .
Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. DIVISION. Chattahoocb.ee River, with the Pensa-

in October. ville. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, cola &; Atlantic Railroad for Marianna Pen-
Washington 2d Monday after 4th Clerk J. C. Law Brooksville. GOING
Monday Sumterville. SOUTH.Day sacola, Mobile Montgomery New Orleans,
in October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Pas. Nt Pas. Louisville and all
Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- points West, Southwest,
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks \.M. A.M. and
October. ville. ston, Sumterville. Leave Waldo........................11.30 1.40 Northwest and with all boats for Apa-
lachicola Columbus
Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M. Hedich, Brooks SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Dixie.........................11.52 2.10 The Shortest, Quickest and and Eufaula.Best Route to
This act amended section 2 of act of Feb ville. County Judge M. M. Blackburn, Live P.M. all West.
Oak. Leave Hawthorne........... ....12.08 points
ruary 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of School&-A. M.C. Russell, 2.36 S&- Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE
Spring Term. Fort Dade. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Lochloosa...................12.25 3.02 the. NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida,
THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Orange Lake..12.51 3.35 Central and Western Railroad.
Spring Term- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Anthony Place............ 1.16 4.15
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Silver Spring............... 1.43 secured Through at Tickets and Sleeping Ticket Car Berths
April.Madison. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Welborn. Leave Ocala........................... 2.00 5.00 and at Company's Depot Office,
2d Monday in April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones Leave Lake Weir Station...... 2.40 6.00 and Hogan new, Jacksonville ofljce southwest Fla.corner of Bay

Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Assessor'of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa.Collector Live Oak. Arrive Wildwood.................. 3.05 6.40 W. M. DAVIDSON
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday of Revenue Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY. GOING NORTH. General Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
in April.Columbia. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter- A.M. P. M. WILLIAM 0. AMES,
3d Monday after 4th Monday endentSuperiendent of Schools. W.P. Henderson prise. Leave Wildwood..... .............. 6.55 6.30 Gen'l Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
in April.Lafayette. Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.15 WALTER G. COLEMAN,
6th Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. Sheriff W.A. Cone, Enterprise. Leave Ocala.............-............ 8.05 8.25 Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville. Fla.
in April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen Leave Silver Spring..;............. 8.22
;. Fall Term- Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Cove. Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9.05
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen Leave Orange Lake................ 9.12 9.55 CURTIS & CO. ,
October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Leave Loch oosa............... ..... 9.37 10.40
Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, Leave Hawthorne................. 9.54 11.10 ESTATE AGENTS,
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County "ecuurer-'V. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise. Leave Dixie.........................10.11 11.40 REAL
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ticello.' WAKULLA COUNTY. A.M. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA.

in October. Collector of Revenue-J. H. Tucker, Mon Arrive Waldo... ..................10.35 12.15
Columbia, 3d Monday aft.er4th Monday in ticello. County Judge -W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Loans procured, Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges -
October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Sheriff Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. .J S&" Day Passenger daily except Sunday; effected.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Night Passenger daily. Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4
in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
FOURTH CIRCUIT Crawfordville. FERNANDINA &; JACKSONVILLE R. R. acres, for sale.
: Spring Term County! Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy.Sheri County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw- GOING SOUTH. N. B._"St. Mary's having been selectedas
-J. Johnson Old Town.
J. fordville.
? St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector oj Revenue-R. C. McMillan Craw Leave Fernandina......................10.30 a. m. the terminus of the Atlantic& Mississippi
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNew fordville. Leave Hart's Road....................11.05 a. m. Canal (under the survey made for Govern-
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. ment General
Arrive Jacksonville..12.10 by Gillmore), charters for the
: Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker Craw- p. m.
Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. ,
I construction of which having been grantedby
i County "easurer-J. M. N. Peacock New fordville.
Nassau 3d in GOING NORTH.
Tuesday April. the United States Government and the

Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. .. Troy.Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, Leave Jacksonville..................... 3.15p.m. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
Fall Term- THE FLORIDA Leave Hart's 4.25p.m. increase in the value of adjacent lands may
". St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Old Assessor Town.of Taxes-David R. Townsend Arrive Fernandina..................... 5.00p.m. be confidently looked for." (See New York
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New <. .Jj&J'"' Trains daily except Sunday. Sun, 27-3-81.)
Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Troy. TOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. SUNDAY TRAINS.
', Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County! Judge Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.Sheriff Leave Fernandina7.00 a. m. 4.30 p.m. BOOTS AND SHOES.
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. Fernandina, Arrive Jacksonville..8.25 a. m. 5.55 p. m.
Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Leave Jacksonville..9.10 a. in. 6.45 p.m.
i \ Spring Term- Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, Towns on R. R. Line Arrive Fernandina..l0.35 a. m. 8.15p.m. .w'THE NEW STORE.B .- &

Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Tallahassee.
Marion, 4th Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. CONNECTIONS.AT : .
Putnam 3d after 4th Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Cedar Key.
Tuesday Monday hassee. : W. F. WOOD, Jr., Ij I- S
Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. With New York and Fernandina Steam-
March. {j Proprietor } :E:
ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and ,
Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in LEVY COUNTY.ClerkJ. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large for New York on Thursday.

March. M. Barco, Bronson. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan-
Fall Term- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. number of the most eligible and desirable nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT Cr >
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson.
Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of RetenueB.. Barco, Cedar Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for CALLAHAN. :IIAND : :
Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Key. To and from Savannah and Charleston,
Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- City or Suburban Residences, and all points North and West, daily.AT .

' Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. BALDWIN, FLA., s s

November. MADISON COUNTY. To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee

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

Orange, 4th Monday in January. son. f daily. S Sr
Sheriff-S. A. Parrimore, Madison. AT HAWTHORNE,
Volusia 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs Madison Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
Brevard, 1st Monday in March. To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT -
Superintendent Schools Samuel :HFernandina :
Dade 3d in of J. Perry,
Monday April. Madison. parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- WILDWOOD.
Fall Term- With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand
S. I
County Smith Madison.
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Revenue-B. D., Wordsend, rial enterprises who will erect on the prop- Tampa daily except Sunday. C> CC >
Yolusia, 2d Monday in September. Madison. With Stage Line to and from Leesburg

Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. erty purchased substantial improvementsfor daily except Sunday.
Dade, 2d Monday in November. Thompson, Mad- > {{ }} E:
MANATEE residence, or in which to conduct their With
County Officers. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford COUNTY. Manatee. business. West and Morgan's Havana Line every Steamships Saturday; for for New Key :s {{ Cor. Centre & Third. }} S

ALACHUA. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and '
County Judge Jnnius C. Gardner, Gaines Sheriff A. S. Watson, Pine Level. Havana every Friday: from New Orleans TJIE NEW STORE.
ville. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Parish, Braden- INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS every Saturday.With .

Clerk J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. town. Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers TO ARRIVE :
Sheriff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, by exemption for a term of years fromtaxation for and from Key West, Monday and

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

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

Superintendent of Schools-W. N. Sheats, j County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall Ocala. W. Fernandina.LEWIS, A. o. MACDOXELL, 0 MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE.
,. Gainesville. J J Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Gen' Ticket and Pass. Agent.
,'-' .Office, cor.Beach &; 7th sts. D. MAXWELL, Gen' Supt. 12 FRED W. HOYT & CO.



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fAA"UBE AS A SOURCE OF PROFIT.The TO THE Noyes, Louis Paplio his x mark. Emanuel "
Pappino his x'mark, Rodwell Palmer his BRADLEY'S
Board of x FERTILIZERS !
farmer in calculating profits County mark, Andrew Perry his x mark Henry
of the live stock business finds a very Nassau County, State of Florida. Peterson, Peter Peterson his x mark, Sam-
kro-e proportion of the profits in the uel Pinkney his x mark, Isaac Pino his x: BRADLEY'S BRADLEY'S
mwiuretbat the stock makes, and vet mark, W H Pope, David Proctor, David G
Proctor, Joe Proctor Ben Albert CIRCLE
Redding, BRAND
it may seem, that
it is a fact, strange f ed a license for the sale of Ales, Wines Reynolds Eddie Reynolds, John Rikart,
thousands never give much consideration and Liquors in the City of Fernandina, and George Riley his x mark, Toney Riley his x: FERTILIZER, BON EBRADLEY'S
to this source of profit. The average enclose herewith the signatures of a majorityof mark Ambrose Roberson hiV'x mark, Bristo

, article in the press, upon the sub- the registered voters of this Precinct, as Roberts his x mark, Richard Roberts his x BRADLEY'S .
ject of income from stock, utterly ignores I'' required by law. mark, Lewis Robertson his mark, Edward ; FLORIDA
the question of manure. If it 18 J. FRED LOHMAN.We Rodgers his x mark, Pablo Rodgers his x PURE ,

sheep that are being discussed, it is I mark, Cam Robinson his x mark. George j VEGETABLE FINE-GROUND

and wool that receives attention, the undersigned, voters of Election Robinson, Joseph W Robinson, Nicholas
mutton feature being usually dismissed Precinct 1 in Nassau County, respectfully Robinson his x mark, John C Rutishauser, FERTILIZER, BONE ,'
the manure that request that the above petition be granted. Charles H Saunders, Samuel Savage his x
with the valuable thought sheep Amos Atkins his x mark,James Avery his mark, Henry Scott his x mark, Dock Scott BRADLEY'S
droppings are a manure, but x. mark,T A Acosta, :Merrick Alberti, Alfred his x mark, William F V Scott,Isaac Shark- BRADLEY'SPATENT
as one man once said to us, "of such Alberti!, John Alberti his x mark, Dempsey ley his x mark, William Sharp his x mark, _'r- = B.D. SEA-FOWL
small quantity as to cut no very important Alexander his x mark, Henry Allen his x Thomas Sims his x: mark, Henry Simkins
farm." A better his x mark, Parish Simmons his x mark PHOSPHATE. GUANO.
figure on the opportunity mark, George Anderson his x mark, Mingo -
to show the value of the manure Anderson his x mark, James Annette, Mo- Henry Knabb x mark, Daniel Smith his x
stock raising is seldom furnishedthan ses Armstrong!! his x mark,Cupid Armstrong mark, Henry Smith his x mark, H M Smith
is offered by such a thoughtless his x mark, Richard Austin. George Avery his x: mark. Henry W Smith his x mark, W. H. GARLAND, = GEO. E. WILSON
James Smith his mark John Smith -- ,
his x mark Henry Baird, Cesar Baker his x x: his x
remark as this. Not long ago we mark, Charles Baker his x mark, Frederik mark, John W Smith Sr his x mark,,Jordan AGENT,
showed by figures how very profitable Baker his x mark Henry Baker his x mark, Smith his x mark George Soption his x STATE AGENT,

sheep were upon land as a source of Jack Baker his x mark, John Baker his x mark, Louis Spaulding his x, a Arthur_ FERNANDINA, FLA.
fertilization. Their droppings make mark, Joseph Baker his x mark, Roderick Steil, Henry Stewart his x mark, James S JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
themselves prominently felt in the improvement Baker his x mark, Henry Barker, Daniel R Stewart his x mark. Stephen Stewart his x
of the soil, and the wool itself Baxter George Bell,Henry Bell his x mark, mark, William P Streety, Mark Sweetwine
increased fertility. And in James Bell, William B Bell, Thomas B Bel. his x mark, Sandy Sve his x mark, Benjamin FERTILIZERS !
imparts lows, John Benjamin his x mark, Joseph Talbot his x: mark, Moses'J Taylor hisx
regard to all stock, the manure heap Blake his x mark,Thomas Blake his x mark, mark, William Taylor his'x! 'mark, Jere-

must be considered in estimating the 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
profits, or we are throwing away our mark, ,William Blue Jr his x mark, April his x mark, William Thomas his x mark
cent column in our process of addition. Bonaparte his x mark, Peter Bonaud,Joseph William Thomas ((2)), Lehman" Thomlinson, Wilkinson's Celebrated Bone Fertilizers
The value of manure made by animals Bowls his x mark, H C Bradford, W H Le- H M Tison, Roman Traeye his x mark, ,

both as to quanity and quality, Cain, V R Bristol, Andrew Brown his x Abraham Tremmins his x mark, Robert FOR FRUIT TREES GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES. I I
Tucker his x mark. Jesse Tynes his mark ,
the character of the mark, John H Brown his x mark, Samuel x
will depend upon Simon Valentine his mark Sam
food, as all will readily see. Some mark.Brown Robert his x mark Brown, Prince his x mark Brooks, Samuel his x his x mark,Benjamin x F Waas, ,Sam Walker Vickery, PREPARED UNDER crops to A withstand NEW PROCESS drouth. especially suited to our soil and climate

foods are richer in fertilizing elementsthan Brown his mark Willis Walters his x mark, John Washington -
x George Bryant his x jZSSold at ;IBDut cturer's Prices
freight added.
others, and the process of digestionand mark, C S Busbee. Robert Butler, Paul Ca- his x mark, Louis Watson his x mark,
voiding can add nothing to the ele- palia his x mark R W Calwell his x mark, Henry Wells, John Wells his x mark, --ALSO IN STOCK:- I

ments. The droppings of the animalare George H Clay his x mark, Henry Clay hisx Charles J Westberg John L Whaly, J W Pure Ground Bone, Dissolved Bone for Composting, Cotton-Seed Meal'

that portion of the food which the mark. Chatham Clinch, George Clinch, John Whitens Washington, Benjamin x Wideawake mark Ansel his Williamshis x mark, Ash Element, Huriate and Sulphate of Potash, Land Plaster, etc. I I
system does not utilize, converted into Alfred Collins his x mark, Henry Commo-
x mark, Charles Williams his x mark #SS Send for Circulars
dore his x mark, Warren Commodore hisx and prices. :
convenient active
the most shapefor Charles Williams his x mark, Custis Williams .
mark Cook his mark "W.
Joseph x Charles F. SCOTT. ,
application to the soil. Cottonseedmeal Cooper his x mark, Sumersault Cooper his x his x mark, Daniel Williams his x Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883. GmS18LY'SSEEDS .
for instance, about which so much mark, William Cooper his x mark,Freeman mark, Dock Williams his x mark Dudley
bas recently been said, has a manurial Copeland his x mark, Lee Cothran his x Williams his x mark, Hogarth Williams hisx S
value of three times more than clover mark, Wm F Courier. Roman Cribb his x mark, James Williams his x mark, Mer-
hay and thirty times more than turnips.It mark, John Crandall his x mark, James Cul- rick Williams his x mark, Morris Williamshis
is particularly rich in nitrogen, phos- pepper his x mark, Robert Cunningham hisx Williams x mark Ned his Williams his mark, Scipio -
x markThomas Williams
mark, Robert Cunningham Jr his x mark x
acid and elements that ,
phoric potash,
Thomas Dana his x mark Wallace Daw- mark Prince Wilkerson x mark. Richard
are so conspicuously necessary in plant kins. Louis Deas his x mark, Geo De Motte Wilkins his x mark, Thomas' Wilkerson x of ALL PLANTS,. for ALL, CROPS, for ALL CLJ-
and whatever food mark Wilkerson his GraiandFarm are tested; only the best sent out
growth contains ,Joseph George
; Romeo Denegal x mark, Matthew Downey, Reed Manual;Risto' best metho
these elements in large quantities will Gilbert Dorsey his x mark. John Douglass, Wilson his x mark, Lawrence, Wilson his x \of culture of Grains,Root. Crops, Grosses, Fodder Crops Tree
mark, Robert E Wilson his x mark,William[ _,eeveralthousandvarietiea Annual Catalog and Price Liar of POOR SEE"S
I make a highly fertilizing manure. The Andrew Dover, James Drummond his x FREE.UBLEfsscEbs .
value of manure from different articlesof mark, Frederick Crews his x mark, John A Wilson, George E Wolffe, Benjamin Wright HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. Rochester NYr Chicago, III.CULLINS .
food has bean estimated by Lawes to Ellermann, John Elbert. Van Ellison his x x mark William Wright his x mark,
mark Charles W Estes,Julius Evans, John Stephen Write his x mark. Levi Young,
be as follows: Cotton-seed meal .
twentyseven his
July Young x mark, Obed Young his x
Barr, John Felder, Freeman Ferrell his x -
f j dollars and eighty-six! cdnts per mark, John Finly his x mark, Stephen Fin- mark, Sam Yonge his x mark, Amos Atkin -
ton; linseed meal, nineteen dollars and l ly his x mark, Michael Fitzpatrick Thomas his x mark, John Barr. William Birt, Dread
seventy-three cents;beans,fifteen dollars Fitzpatrick his x mark Robert Fitzgerald, Benton. Chas Comty, Nelson Cantee, Sam &; CL HARTFOROEstablished
and seventy-two cents;wheat bran, four- his x mark, Henry Fletcher his x mark, Cribb, W J Crim, Frank Foster, George Fo- ,
teen dollars and fifty-nine cents; clover I Boston Floyd his x mark, J W Flynn, But garty, Marshal Irons his x mark, R W C
hay, nine dollars and sixty-four cents; I ler Francis, Francis Frank his x mark, Henry Hennings. T A Hardy, Cyrus Howard, Ed- 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
ward Johnson J S Lee William
Indian meal six dollars and Franklin his x mark, David Freeman his
sixty-three .I x mark, John Freeman his x mark. Aleck Charles G Mann, Jake :Miller, William :Martin _:_
cents; oat straw, two dollars and ninety F A W Marshall, Charles Muller, Chas "
Foreman his
mark Fuller hisx
x Benjamin I
cents, and turnips eighty cents. I I mark, Paul Funke, John Gardiner, Benjamin A Newman. J T Oneal, D H Sutton, Henry
Block made an estimate of the quan- Germain his x mark, Adam Gibbs his Samuels. C J Van Nostrand, Stephen Washington .

tity of manure from a horse fed upon I:I x mark. Joseph Gibbs his x mark, Fred Gib- Isaac White, Toby Williams, Henry ,
hay oats and grass, and concluded that son his x mark Albert Glaiber, R W H Walker. Ed Dukehart. Ben Thomas. C E : "
one nunarea pounas or nay would yield Godfrey, W J Godfrey, Charley Grant his x Perdy, Ephraim Coleman his x mark, R J -"
! one hundred and seventy-two pounds mark, Israel Grant his x mark, W E Gray, Williams, James Makey his x-mark, Warren .
Mason, Toney Wyllie his x mark, Daniel .
, Stepney Green his x mark Sidney Griffin
j manure; one hundred pounds of oats
his x mark, Latimore Edwards hisx ..
his mark Willis Hall
"r; x Hanley, W I
" two hundred and four pounds of manure J Hanley. W H Hanneban, John Harget mark, Peter Frank his x mark, Antonio .
and one hundred pounds of Armentero, JoseffE Madden John McDermott
grass his x mark, Allen Harker his x mark, Hen- -
1 forty-three pounds of manure. If full ry Harker his x mark, Jacob Harris his x Moses Hunter his x mark, Thomas d 4 i -
fed a horse will make about twelve mark, Jefferson Harris his x mark, Henry Mitchell his x. mark David W Alverson,
thousand pounds of solid manure and Hart his x mark, Shade Hayes his x mark, Newton Bradley his x mark, Isaac Tison hisx
three thousand pounds of Matthew Hawkins his x mark, Thomas mark, Fred B Lewis, Carey E Freemanhis
liquid manure -
mark, Nicholas Tastern! John S Clark OF
in Headen his x mark, Green Henderson hisx
a Such
year. manure will con- Alfred Lucas, S C Svenkemd, Lewis Williams
tain about fifty per cent. of nitrogen, mark mark., Henry Joseph Hobein Higgins, Henry, George Holzendorff Hill his x his x mark, Henry Hughes his x-

and so if we reckon, as Dr. Oemler his x mark, Henry Holzendorff Sr his x mark, Walter Roberts his x mark, C Dono- Axes Hatchets Picks

states, that two-thirds- the solid and mark, Thomas Holzendorff his x mark, van, Cupid Armstrong, Orvin Kelly Rufus

liquid droppings are saved, we have five Henry Hooper his x mark. Moses HooperJr Walker his x mark Carl Frank Edward ,
tons of manure to every well-fed horse, his x mark, Thomas Hubbard hisx mark, Bailey his x mark Alfred Hamilton, William AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
with the large amount of nitrogen above Frank Hughes his x mark Joseph Hunterhis ] Johnson, James Griffin Jake Jenkins..
Samuel Owens, Sam White James Haselton. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND
indicated.The x mark, Cleophas H Huot,James Hutch- PLANTATIONS.Also .
erson John: Jackson hisx; mark, Solomon Albert Christopher his x mark, :Myers Lizzi-
in drippings of cows are not so rich Jackson his x mark, James Jenkins his x more B T Rich, Simon Owens his x nark FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS
ammonia as those of the horse but John E Madden Sable
mark Louis Jenkins Marshall Jenkins Keyser.. George Dor-
they lose nothing from the heating mark, Allen Johnson his x mark, Daniel sey Jr, Joseph King, J Clauser! John Glizer. Of all sizes and prices from $3 to{ $30. Also, Plowing Machines.

process, and they really contain more Johnson his x mark. Edgar Johnson his x George Henderson, Thomas"'Fran klYll, C Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues &c.
nitroO'cn. In an experiment it was mark A C Johnson his x mark, Henry Sharpe, Adam Young, R Nelson. Henry Al- by writing to the makers ,
founIthat len, May Small his x mark J'W 1
a cow fed upon twenty-four Johnson his x mark Jake Johnson his x Mooney.We
pounds of hay and twelve and a half mark, Parish Johnson his x mark, Rufus COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.
pounds of Irish potatoes voided Johnson. Simon Johnson his x mark Simon the undersigned! _certify that all the
about daily Johnson Jr his x mark, Stepney Johnson above names were signed in our presence.
one bushel of solid excrement, his x mark, Charles Jones his x mark. Barry WARREN MASON,
which contained two and a half poundsof Jones his x mark, Morris Jones his x A. W. LOHMAN, DR. CLARK JOHNSON'SESTDIAN

salts of ammonia, potash, soda mark, Robert Jones his x mark, William W. J. CRIM,
anti lime. The manurial product of a Jones his x mark, W J Jones his x.mark, PETER BONAUD, i
cow is estimated to be thirty-one William J Joseph his x mark, Wyley Jones LEVI YOUNG BLOOD
thousand and twenty-five pounds a I his x mark, David Joseph! his x mark, Harry JAMES ANNETTE, SYRUPCures
year, which contains a hundred and I Joseph his x mark, Lewis Joseph his x JOHN GARDNER. i.
mark William Joseph his x mark Hansel
eighty-nine pounds of ammonia, I Keith his x mark Henry Keizer Thomas STATE OF FLORIDA, \ all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
seventy-one pounds phosphate of lime, I Keizer his x mark. Benjamin Kennedy hisx COUNTY OF NASSAU.On }
Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS
thirty-seven pounds sulphate of lime, mark Daniel King his x mark, John' this day personally appeared beforeme testify to its

seventy-seven pounds carbonate of lime, King his x mark, Plato King his x mark, J. Fred Lohman, to me well known, efficacy in healing the above named diseases, and I
twenty-four of Samuel King his mark Samuel who, being duly sworn and
pounds common salt and x King hisx deposeth says it to be the Best
fifteen pounds sulphate of potash. mark William King, Jacob Klarer, Julius that each and every name or mark affixedto pronounce Remedy Known to Man

If manure is so profitable, therefore, Klotz William Knabb his x mark, Charles the above petition was the act and deed of
If J Kcester Friederich Kruse Carl L the party purporting to have the
the excrement of animals in itself and Lange, signed GUARANTEED
through its Ephraim Latham his x mark, F C Latham same, and that said signatures were signed TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.Trade .
larger absorptions, makes so much George A Latham,Jasper W Latham, Henry in the presence of at least two creditable JIark.
weight than the food that is con- S Lawrence, James Lawson, John B Lee witnesses, and that there was no fraud,
sumed,!and is so rich in fertilizing ele his x mark. Levi Legins, Joseph Ligeour, bribery or deception in procuring said signa AGENTS'ANTEDcaLaboratory
ments, if the animals are properly fed, Talbert Little, Washington Little, Anderson tures or marks of said persons whose names

the subject of feeding becomes inti- Lizzemore his x mark, Samuel Lizzemore appear signed to the above petition.J. 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it
mat ely connected with the stable and his x mark, A W Lohman. James Long Jr FRED LOHMAN.
Barnyard, and the his x mark, James L Long Lawrence Long Subscribed and sworn to before me, this
of stock stabling yarding his x mark. Thomas Long his x mark. Jo- 25th day of January, 1884. CEDARTOWN, GA., June 20th, 1881.
than assumes greater importance seph Longwood his x mark, James Love bis GEO. W. SCHUYLER, Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your .
ever. Syrup cured them.
bi. FeedinO'might just as well x mark, Samuel Love. Rinaldo MacDonell Justice of the Peace. completely
done with a view to manurial value his x mark, Sam Lo thouse his x mark, A 46 RUDIE CANTLER.
AS to the production of meat, and an R Manner Henry Martin.George Martin, NOTICETo

enort ought to bo made to save all the R A McBean Aaron ,McCall his x mark, Owners of Lands Sold for BOOKS AND STATIONERY. IDO'W'S:
manure that is produced.Western Isaac McCall his x mark, Jonas McCall hisx Taxes.
Bural. mark Peter McCall his i
x mark, Stephen :
--- --- Tallahassee Fla.. Dec.
18. 1883.
"W hat are rates ?" mark, Frank McDonald his x mark. Obed WHOSE j T>ookseller. Stationer
your Per day SOLD ,
asked McDonald his x mark Robert McDonaldhis PARTIES NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT
traveler of a hotel clerk. for taxes prior to the 3d of '
Printer and Binder. but
?11 x'mark; James McDuffy his x mark contains all the medicinal properties -
hat business March. 1883, will take notice that after the
do follow?
4 you Elias McFarland,' Burrel McNeal; Edward of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
3d of March
1884. the certificates
Commercial traveler." McRae his x mark, Charles McRose his x be subject to is very pleasant to take, and

special"I.n rate.that "case we will give you a Lewis mark Cooper James his'x'mark McWaters,,Thomas Peter Miller Medden his x, for the same and purchase paying'amount by any one required applying by School Books and Orange WrapsNOW CURES INDIGESTION HEADACHE,
that date notice *
no or preference
ctlhetraveler took mark: Robert Miller his x mark Gustav A SPECIALITY.
'his valise and is
: up required to be given to owners. COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC,
,,I out. "Hold on," said the clerk. Minkley, Ben Mitchael his x mark. J T W. D. BARNES, .

tate.said., we would give you a special Mitchael mark, Seek his Mitchael x mark, July his x Mitchael mark, Daniel his x j5-4t Comptroller. IpS" Liberal discounts to Teachers and DIARRHCEA, DYSENTERY,

.es," Mitchael his x mark, Allen Mitchael. his x COTTAGE, Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels,
th at,s rejoined the traveler, "and mark, Joseph Mode David Moody, James LUCY application.

why I IUo\"e. I know all about Mooney, J H Mooney, Edward Mordecai, Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, 59 W. BAY STREET, and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-
tour special rates Been travelinoollgh C W Morgan; James J Morris his x mark, ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy
this country too )ono. Speci Stephen Morris his x mark, Isaiah Morrisonhis FER ANDIKA. FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. action. Sold by

Paid rates mean, all the money a b man has. x mark. Augustus Moseley his x: mark, PALMER BRO'S,
s al rates here Henry Muller. Lewis Napoleon his x mark, Offers pleasant rooms well furnished withor Nassau Fibre, Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.
been la .ecI s under financial once and have Manuel Nattiel bis x mark, Joseph H, New- without board. Table Boarders will be For beds, pillows and mattresses, superiorto fSf Also Agents for DOWS JAMAICA
ever 8Ulce."-4rJbanau depression ton, Z Nickola, George Norman his x mark accommodated; also transient. anything else in use. For sale by GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made-
Traveller. Alonzo B 'Noyes, Charles A Noyes, E ,P 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. June 24-tf FRED W. HOYT & Co. without peppei. 22 ,



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.. : .-THE': FEORlliA" JM'lRROR : itPA.NljARY 1' 26.

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I THE.-ELORIDA:. MIRROR. The. .ste rusllip\ ,_Slae pI Tema." of the ''Mal- when it rains, and when it doan rain him

... lory Line, which arrived 'in this port on doan need no'patch.." We scarcely need an

$'x.00 A YEAR; $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Monday evening last cleared for New York application, so I hope those whose duty it

early yesterday morning with the following is will not overlook the necessity of attend-

Refecttons.I cargo: 200 bales cotton, 266 boxes oranges, ing to this matter, ere the season advancestoo

239 barrels rosihf 33 barrels spirits turpentine far to render it safe to do so. Yours, for' d'StEs ??;

Prof. G. T. Littlefield, of Boston,-is sojourning 21 barrels syrup, 159 cases cedar, 243 health, E. T. r. !

at the Egmont. empty barrels and,kegs, 16 bales hides, 178 ,.' Died.

Frank W. Simmons is building. two hand-. packages merchandise.
: .' At Pittsburg, Pa., on Monday evening, __ -
some cottages at Starke. )Ir.i. W. ,Naylor Thompson has just returned January 14th, of rheumatism, DAVID EDGAR

D.;:H. McKay and wife, of Boston, have, from) the! line of the Florida Transit PARK, infant son of John Frederick and

lately been domiciled at the Egmont.i '&Peninsular. r Railroad' and reports that he Retta Park Leech. -

C. K. Munroe, editor and publisher.of the saw,no one. who' expressed himself of the =------=-

Florida Annual, was in the city yesterday.The ., opinion that the orange trees were badly Range of Thermometer

:injured by the late cold Althoughthe FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, _
snaps. I
'. last spike on the railroad connecting HORSKY'S DRUG STORE. =--__ illl ii nilnnnp i
leaves are dropping, and probably all
Tampa with Sanford was driven on Wednes
the trees along the road;except around Or- 2 II j

day.The brickmason work on the' ;Howel. Lake,' will lose their foliage, it does not I ig. .C'1.... I Po. I.., Wind :o-. I

I block Centre street'. 'signify,-:they! .'are dal\ ge. i The, trees .at, I .CQ Q -- -- ,
; on was completed, last, IAA Lluj mNrdjpfllhlll IWIII6I KL'nlgl' IFN 1IhNtl a tl +ilm w. 4 ..
Saturday. '>... : '..'.;-uVRev. Orange.Lake'are. as green and flourishing as Saturday....Jan. 19 45 56 54 531 N. W.
.; I r'- ever::* : ." Sunday ......-:..... 46 60 61 50 W.
t '
C. A. Fulwood, presidrng rof.this .. '. .. .. Monday ...........,21 30 42 40 IN. .
district, will preach at the Mefllodist.< Manse Filnd. Tuesday.............22 34 49 48 140 W.

to-morrow. . Wednesday .......23 46 62 62 60 'N. E.
The entertainment-given on Wednesday Thursday ..........24 60 71. 61 00 S. (
The bun o thievesiave agair\ made their evening l last atJIrs. Stark's will repeated Friday:........:....2S 49 54 1:00: 58 .j W. -' '-= -- =

. i appearance in Jackson r villevbutthe; at, {hori-. at the jSJansion* House on7 Monday evening

. t ", ties are on the alert. neit. the 28th inst., commencing at 8 o'clock. 'r' 'MARINE.Port -== ..,

, x 1 Miss Emma Louderback, of New York, Miss Emma V. Adams, the distinguished of Fernandina.. ,

fk who, spent rlast.I winter! at the,'' p*Nont* ,:las, :f&inV elocutionist California. .of Massachusetts, is a''gd" .(>SV, on f'Mrs"her:-;return Stark{ .-. HIGH WATER. This hotel, now being. erected, by'GeorgeS. as i>erre'Cf. ;scientific: engineering can make I

I "! .. again returned for tfie season1. Saturday, Jan. 26...... 6:43: A.M. 7:07: p. M. Butler, & Sons, builders, for :Mr. Charles it having a thorough system of underground :
,. st \ The hook and ladder truck'and the chem-, and at the urgent request of those who have Sunday, .27..... 7:27: : 7:52 T, Parry,of Philadelphia' Pa., 'viIi be openedto drainage extending about fifteen hundred feet
: heard her she has kindly consented to repeat Monday, 28...... 8:10": 8:35: "
ical engine for the Fire the public early in June next. It will to the bay.Persons,
Department are ex- 'and render additional pieces on that Tuesday, 29...... 8:54.: 9:18 "
pected to arrive here next week.H. Wednesday 30...... 9:36" 10:02 comfortably accommodate 300 guests. The suffering from hay fever have always
evening.. Vocal arid instrumental music
Thursday, 31..10:20 10:46 designs are furnished. by Wilson Bro's &'Co. found relief'at Beach
O. Haven.
Lothrop wife, of Boston, are1 will\ belnteVspe'rsed'! Admission; } 25 cents. Friday, Feb. 1..11:03 11:33 "
spending a few days in our city, and enjoying architects, of Philadelphia, .and.are of the There will be an elegant] ball-room in addi-

.' Queen Anne style. The hotel will have an tion to the
the hospitalities of the Egrriont. '. "' Measures: ENTERED. spacious parlors, dining-room,
Sanitary Jan. 12-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette, ocean frontage of two hundred feet; a front- halls, etc. A steam railroad is also being
B. S. Henning, Esq., president of the Florida Wet have been requested to call the atten- Savannah with freight and Pearl
age on street of one hundred and sixt.yfeet completed to guests and
Transit& Peninsular and Florida Central tion of the City Council to the importanceof passengers, to W. B. Tucker, and convey baggageto
the entire building will be surrounded and from the hotel and steamboat whart:
Railroads, expected to arrive in the city at once giving attention to the repair and agent
16-:-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Dennette, by a piazza sixteen feet wide. It The Baldwin will be conducted on the
to-night. improvement of the drainage system in our Savannah ; with freight and pas- will occupy a block of ground two hundredby American plan, in a liberal manner, with a
The City Council has approved the actionof city. It is some years since the pipes were sengers, to W. Tucker, agent.
four hundred and fifty feet, and will be view of placing it in the front rank of the
the Finance Committee employing Mr. laid down, and it is believed that in many 15-S. S.,State of Texas, Risk, 1,542ton's
replete with all modern conveniences inclu-
New York : freight and leading of the country.It .
J. A. Edwards to correct the assessment' instances they have become stopped up or. passengers, to R. Southwick, ding electric light, elevator electric bells, will be opened by George W. Kittelle,
broken and otherwise become useless. The .
books for 1883.Another agent.: etc., and in a sanitary point of view will be I proprietor of the Egmont Hotel, of our city.
.. new locomotive'i for the Florida: effect of a stopping up of the pipes is of. 19-Schr.. Annie P. Chase, Pool, New .
course to engender foul gases,' and to en' YOork'; railroad! iron, to,order. .
Transit & Peninsular Railroad is on the way the wells. Schr.'Flora '"Rogers, Jamieson, SO&IP:: EGGS FOR HATCHING.
danger adjacent CITY
from the Rogers Locomotive Works, at Perth Amboy; railroad iron, to =

Paterson, N. J. The recurrence of the dengue fever during' order... ROWN LEGHORNS,
the last summer is generally attributed, at CLEARED. IN ANY QUANTITIES, B
Rev. E. F. Chandler PLYMOUTH ROCKS
the newlyappointedminister least in part, to defective drainage.In Jan. 13-S.. P.City of Bridgeton, Dennette, ,
of the Methodist Church in this PEKIN DUCKS.
Savannah, with freight and passengers -
a matter of such vital importance to ,
city, arrived here last week and ', by W.B.Tucker, agent.
occupiedthe AT MARKET RATES.
the health of the community and the PRICE',
pulpit last Sunday. prosperity 16S., P.;City of Bridgeton, Dennette, 2.00 PER SETTING OF 13.
,of our city, our City Council will be Savannah; with freight and

The store at Temple Mills, belonging to cordially supported.in any expenditures passengers, by W. B. Tucker, Guaranteed Pure and Fresh.

Mr. W. C.: Temple, was 19-S. S.:State of Texas, Risk, 1,512tons
Tuesday night. The loss is estimated at oughly 'good condition of the drain pipes : New York ;; with freight

$7,500; insurance, $5,000.N. and sewers. The winter is the proper time and passengers ,by,R.W. South-

F. Abbott and family, of Alpine, N. J., for doing such) work; and it should be immediately wick, agent. '
19-Schr. :Wm. Wilson, Berry, Phila- NEW GOODS
in passing through Fernandina, en route for taken in hand and speedily com- delphia ; lumber, Mizell & Bro.

South Florida, made a brief though very pleted before warm weather. IN PORT.

pleasant stay at the Egmont.At Fernandina has an enviable reputation Bark Sappho (Br.), McPhee.

for healthfulness, and it can only be maintained Bark Memento, Zacharansen. rn Q
the last meeting of the City Council a !! Brig Bogota,Tixera.
petition was presented to repeal the cattle ',,'by constant watchfulness and the Brig Salve Virgin Maria (Sp.), Llorca. .

ordinance. The petition was referred to the carrying !into effect all necessary precautions Schr. Fannie E. Walston, Marr. J BOOTS L ya
Schr. Chas. E. Lester Truitt.
t against those insidious causes of disease
Committee on Ordinance and Rules. Schr. Mary J,. Allen, Butler. : .
which lurk in'foul drain pipes, and a water
Schr. Flora Rogers, Jamieson. a 00o
The Egmont Hotel at Fernandina, Fla., .
.. supply injured by percolation through soil Schr. Annie P. Chase, Pool. .
is again under the proprietorship of
open saturated with impurities. Medical men A
Mr. Geo. W. Kittelle. It is a charming i Messrs. Colby & Rich .
attribute much of the sickness occurring in COMPLETE STOCK
hotel in a charming town.-Chicago Hotel Wish to announce that they are now pre- H
towns to imperfect drainage and bad sanitary
Reporter.At pared to do Copying and Enlarging, at their rn FOR h
arrangements. Tent Gallery, on Centre street. Old TinTypes STREET AND DRESS. 00
the request of President of Council, F. "' or Pictures of any kind copied and ..

C. Snhrer, Alderman Hoyt, who has ably The Drainage Question. enlarged lo any'desired size.

presided over that body as Acting President To the Editor of the Florida Mirror: =1 LADIES AND GENTS' d
For Sale at a Bargain.A ,
for some'months, assumed his duties againas I had hoped that the question of the .

chairman of the would have been Miller's Piano. 00 MISSES,
.i.iI of the Finance Committee.W. proper drainage city FRED W. HOYT.
agitated before this through the columns of
B. Louderback and family, of New
f Lost.
your influential paper. I feel that I am ;'
York, left the Egmont a few days ago for a scarcely qualified to write with judicial force School Warrant No. 79 issued in favor of AND
short trip up the St. Johns and through myself for the 8u'm of $28.90 All personsare Z
the subject, but,it is a matter in whichno
,. Central Florida. Mr. Louderback expressed cautioned not..to negotiate or trade for it. INFANTS'r
one can be more vitally interested than 1 CHAS. H. BERG.
himself as highly pleased with our city and '
. : if the sickness of the Fernandina .
myself, and past sum- January 18,1884.SauerKrau
; hotel. .
: mer was caused or even aggravated by the
L I' In the vicinity of Newnan's Lake, Judge disordered condition of the drain pipes it t, IJ SHOES [ rU

I. ', Bell shot two bald eagles, male and female, becomes a paramount duty of authorities 10 cts a pound AT J. KLARER'S,
' Corner Ash and Sixth.
: .r', each measuring seven feet and over from tip to investigate the;matter, and by prompt ,4

1 i to tip of wings. They are to be sent to the action to instigate such repairs and improvements Notice I .:to TaxPayers.I .

!, .r. Smithsonian Institute. now, while the season is so un- am now prepared to receive the taxes w IMPROVED STYLES, Z

Amelia Lodge, No. 47, F. & A. M., have usually propitious, as will avert;an epidemicof for the city of Fernandina, assessed for the .
rented a room in the second story of the dengue this coming summer. Bah I how year 1883 2 ,
( City Tax Collector.
i if, new Huot block for temporary lodge use. the word conjures up memories of aching Fernandina, December 15, 1883, GREAT VARIETY,

I. As soon as some of the brick blocks now head, throbbing pulse, and bones that felt

r : building are finished, the Lodge will prob- as if they had been tortured on,, the rack of Amelia Beach. T

; ably make 'arrangements for a permanent the inquisition. Then, as if this were not I THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the PRICES 1 8
;. I supervision of Mrs. Sweeney, who will be I ,
Masonic Hall. enough for poor human nature to bear,.there ,
pleased to receive her old friends and the $ t !If
Two schooners in port are now unloading is the added suffering of watching our little public generally. Choicest oysters, fish, etc.,

railroad iron for the Transit system. The ones sicken, and in many cases, through infirmity constantly on hand. tf.

Annie B. Chase has 100 tons for the Florida to be forced to deny them the gentle ;
Transit and 185 tons for the Florida Central ministrations that might soothe their pain. All Whom it May; ConcernWILL ; T "

& Western and the schooner Flora True, it does not,or did not kill. There is this HEREBY TAKE NOTICE, ,
I, .F.; L. MURPHY, Adminis-
] 15RESCf.
has 350 tons of steel rails for the Leesburg & faint glimmering of the "silver lining" to trator of the estate of Patrick Murphy, deceased .

Indian River Railroad. comfort those who insist on seeing a bright will make application to the Judgeof .

side to everything, but one has to struggle the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Circuitof 0
The offices of the Florida Town Improve- Florida, at Chambers, in chancery sitting, <
weeks of lassitude and
ment Company,the Florida Land and Immi- through weary utter in the City of Jacksonville, Florida, in said
prostration ere the glow of health returns.I of A. D. FERNANDINA FLA.
gration Company,and the Land Departmentof Circuit, on the 26th day February, ,
believe the doctors disagreee upon this as 1884, for a decree authorizing and empowering -
the Florida Transit & Peninsular Railroads
aforesaid sell
they do upon most things, some claimingthat me, as Administrator to
were removed from Beech street, opposite for! distribution, and dispose of,the following
the sickness of the past season did not described lands and real,estate, situated and
the Egmont Hotel, to Dury e's new
depend on local causes, and some that it being in the counties of Alachua and Levy, ARRIVING WEEKLY
brick block, on Centre street,.this week. .
in said State and in the Fifth Judicial Circuit -
did. However this may be, a thorough examination I
1 ;1 We are indebted to :Mr. Shepard, of St. into the condition of of Florida,and beyond the limits of the -
sanitary the
within which letters of ad-
Fourth Judicial
Marys, for some very .choice oranges from place, and prompt action to meet any inade- ministration were granted on said estate, BAD, BAD, BAD BLOOD.
the of Mr. Fordham at that In
trees place. to the health lands described as follows -
quate arrangements secure of which are :
point of quality and general appearance our people would leave us with the pleasant In the town of Archer, in the county of Some blood is bad because it is poor and weak. Some is bad because

they will compare favorably with our best Alachua, said State-Lots one and two ((1 it contains impurities. Some men have such bad blood that the wonder is
reflection of duty well done, and that any- and in Block No. 17 and Lots 7, 8 and 9
Florida have 2)) it does not poison the mosquitoes who come to bite them.
They remarkablythin
oranges. suffer in the future in Block No. 23
thing we might was nota and nine)
(seven, eight
The rich red color of blood is to the iron which is presentBlood
good owing
skins and bright appearance. It is well according to the or
result of inattention to the caring, in an (twenty-three), map
'. ... known that oranges have been successfully intelligent for the things that concern plan of said town of Archer; and in the which has not enough iron in it is always unsatisfactory. The per-

1 1j raised certainly as far North as Charleston.Mr. way town of Waldo, in said county of Alachua- son in whose veins it circulates cannot be said to enjoy good health.
our health. I hope? this matter will not be- Lots Nos. 9) and 10 (nine and ten) in Block which
.! : William Austin, of New York, and a come tied up in red tape, each one shirkingthe No. 22 (twentv-two), according to 'the mapor The efforts of expert chemists to produce a preparation of iron !

guest of the Egmont Hotel every winter, responsibility until it is too late to take plan of said town of Waldo; and in the can be assimilated with the blood have resulted m that perfect preparation
county of Levy, said State-the N.E. J, and which is of Brown's Iron Bitters. It is the only one
has purchased of the Florida Town Improve- action, in which case I shall be irresistably Section 35 an important part

,1 j: ment Company two lots on Second street, reminded of the darkey who sat, dreary and the five)N.E.Township i of the 12 N.W.(twelve) S., R. 14(thirty-(four- which freely enters into the blood. .1t is the only one which accomplishesthe

, corner Broome, and will commence at an disconsolate, while the rain poured in his teen) East, 200 acres; according to the stat- desired good. s i

a early day the erection of a two-story brick roofless cabin. When asked why in the ute in such cases provided.P. Weak, poor, thin blood may-be made rich and strong. and impure
block, for a hardware store, etc., for his world he did not shingle his house he re- Administrator of Estate of Patrick Murphy, blood may be purified by' the use of that Great Iron Medicine, Brown sTrop

brother, Mr. Richard Austin, of this city plied : "Well, massa, I can't patch him: deceased. 9-30d Bittern 3