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: February 23, 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
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23, 1884. NO. 13.


SEW YORK GOSSIP. kind. The little girls were trained in all the WASHINGTON
day last. Present : Aldermen Kelly Avery THE PORT
arts of infantile coquetry. How can such VDIXA.
I Williams. Hoyt, King and Robinson Al Our
THE FOG-A PICTCRE QUE SCENE-HOW ACCIDENTS youngsters remain children in mind during CONGRESS BEGINS ON THE NAVAL APPROPRIATION derman Avery in the chair. ; Congressional delegation are asking a

OX TilE RIVER ARE NOW AVOIDED- the year of childhood, ond how can they BILL-\PPROPBIATION great deal of money for the improvement of
FOR THE The following bills
were paid : Florida rivers
GEN. MEREDITH RE.\D-TlIE ClIILDRK1iS'CAR grow up into sensible men and women who OHIO FLOOD SUFFERERS. S. A. Swann and harbors, with the pros-
rent of Council
lV.\L-DE LONG'S BEMAINS. believe that life is something higher and To the Editor Jlirri 1st 1883-84......... room. January pect of getting very little. The Republicans
of the r : .. ................... $150.00 I
To tl Editor of the Hit fur: more serious than a silly butterfly existence. WASHINGTON, D. C., February 15. J. C. Read keeping in repair plank suffered too severely for the enormous grab

NEW YORE. February 16, 1884. The remains of De Long and his party are Though the Forty-eighth' Congress has not walk and road to Old Town.......... 56.25 in the way of river and harbor appropriations -

hourly expected as I write and the made by the last Congress, of which
Londoners temporarily! in New York must preparations passed a large number important bills it For
expenses of funeral of the late had
F. C. absolute
foJ not to take
their ,
have felt as if they had been suddenly transferred reception and the honoringof has. thus far, a record that will compare Suhrer.G. warn-
ing. On the other hand

back across the briny deep and scale.their memories are on a very elaborate favorably with any ofits predecessors. The F. Avery. carriage; hire................. 7.00 majority of the present House the of Democratic
dropped into their own beloved city. Thefug course our Aldermen will insist work of the committees has been attendedto J.&T. Kydd. sundries: .................... 3.57 Representatives -

which with but a few days' intermission on having a finger in the pie, and runningup with care and industry, and is in good R. M. Henderson burial casket......... 66.00 as shown by the election of Speaker,

the bills. It is interesting to note in this shape. The bills that P. I. Courier, carriages.................... 6.00 are not of the class of men who so soon as

has now hung over city for over connection that the evacuation Are being reported W. S. Rawson. hearse..................... 5.00 they attain power, abandon their principles.
two weeks is unprecedented. On Wednesday Day bills show thorough research fand explanationsare Pay roll of laborers on clearing But
and Thursday it was so dense that one have not yet been paid."JOURNALTSTIO. promptly given when called for. The drains .................... ................... 98.65 more : this is the year of a Presidential -

could not see five steps in front of one's ---- ---- ------------ --- time is now at hand whenimporta t matters Alderman King introduced the following election-and both parties in Con-
gress are likely to be their
on good behavior
self. The view from the Brooklyn Bridgewas PROPRIETY." will be brought forward (!nd they are likely resolution, which was adopted : and neither ,
to make
a wanton
expenditure -
fairy-like in its )picluresqueness. Looking The Fernandina Mirror is published on to have prompt, attention. earlY five Resolved, That the Mayor be, and is here of

down from the promenade one could Saturday. Its last issue contained a brief thousand bills most of, them of a private by requested to make a detailed report to public money.
the Council of all fines etc., received in hicourt s It may therefore be confidently asserted
see nothing; but a mass of thick whitish but admirable editorial paragraph referringits nature have been introduced...' in the House. since April 7th 1883. that of the

clouds. Now and then one could make out readers to the full account of the Eppes- A number of these! have been rejected in The Committee on Ordinances, to whomwas asked for Florida very numerous rivers and appropriations harbors

the spars and yards of a large vessel, glimmering Suhrer tragedy on its local page and refraining committee, while about ,two hundred have referral the petition to repeal the little will be obtained. If this "little"very

through the chaos with a weird and from comment with the statement been favorably reported: for action. The present Cattle Ordinance, asked for further shall be
apportioned dozen
a objects
ghastly indistinctiveness like the arms of that these matters had best he argued in the naval appropriations bill'came up Tuesday time which was granted. will among ,
no good
probably of the
dead men trying to raise themselves to the courts, not in the newspapers. It has beenso in the House and with, its consideration The committee appointed at the
specialmeeting !
to any of them. :Most, perhaps all, of
light. The din made by fog horns bells long since the last issue of the Mirror that Congress began the sessions, work on large of the Council to prepare resolu these
objects are of more or less local im
and steamboat whistles dulled as it was in we must appropriate the editorial in the appropriation hill! ;. A ,jn mbcr of othermoney tions of respect to the memory of the-late F.
few of
4 portance : considerable
very any coos -
making its way through the banks of mist morning paper to ourselves-it was intendedfor bills have oeen prepared, all show- C. Suhrer, offered the following, which cern to the State
at large. Indeed but one
was indescribable and the source of It being : us. The whole article is an illustrationon ) ing a spirit of retrench mejit., The navy bill adopted. ,
f as noappears to us, arid that is the en-
invisible, filled the mind of the foot pas- the sophistry that is of a piece with the cuts down the department estimates more FERNANDINA, February 13th, 1884. trance to Fernandina.

senger with a vague sense of uneasiness and journalistic career of the TinieS'Union. than seven millions, and'J.ltoget.her ignores To the Honorable City Council: ",
Your Under our railroad system, in a few weeks
apprehension.} Ferry travel has been delayed There is not a show of logic in it. Whenever recommendations for an increase in fleets, to whom was assigned
the duty of preparing resolutions in regard to be extended to Tampa in the south, and
from fifteen minutes to an hour on the Times-Union is cornered it resortsto while work on monitors also to be sus- to your. late President beg leave
to thence
report an early day to Charlotte Harbor
each trip. Fortunately no accidents have smooth sophistry or dodges the question, pended. During the Week the Senate the following : and

occurred this week. Last week a ferryboatran as it has done this morning. But it can- sharply debated the "question of patronage WHEREAS It has pleased Almighty God to Key West ; already extended to Pensa-

in connection with thet( remove by death Major I''. C. Suhrer.-President cola; the whole State is interested, and
into boat and sank not in this Who recent removal of
a tug her. The authorities escape us way. denies the of the Council and deeply interested in
I making Fernandina a
promptly deprived the pilot of his right of the public press to comment on pub- Senate employ by the, Republican major- WHEREAS. We deeply mourn his loss and first-class Now
shipping if
port. Con-
license and the company discharged all lic affairs? Who questions the high privi- ity, and discussed the question of contributing feel that our community has been deprived our

bands at once. Since then masters have leges of the journalist to be heard in upholding money for political purposes.' It passeda of a useful citizen and this Council a valued gressional delegation could rise above local
member, who has ever been quick to influences, and consolidate all of Florida'sclaims
grown more careful.A the right and condemning the wrong? bill for a Congressional Library, criticised I respond to all calls of duty, and who has for her rivers and harbors upon a

great deal of amusement has been created No one, at least of all ourselves would cabinet officers. Attorney General Brevvster discharged the various duties which have

in literary circles by the appearance of abridge this privilege in the I least. But and Postmaster General Gresham, directing devolved upon him while presiding over single appropriation for improving the access -
this body and to Fernandina, so that it might be made
as when
the new book "Men: of the Times," pub- there is a time! for all things, and there is a Mr. Brewster to report relation to the delayed that Mayor, acting !in
capacity into
faithfully and with a view a port which steamships of the greatest
lished by the Routledges, of London and proper time for the press to speak. Thereis execution of a law in the Departmentof always to promoting the interests of the speed and
carrying could
New York. In it General :Merediths Read's also an improper time. The supreme Justice, and considered the bill regulating city. Therefore capacity come (or

: the circulation of National Resolved, That a blank of the min depart from) at any hour of the day or
Life is given eight columns while Bismarckgets thing in this land of liberty is the law- Banks. page
I The House utes-book of the Council he suitably inscribed night, and do a great work for the growers
but five and whose foundation is of Representatives began the
noted men are I stone justice. When to his memory, and that a copy of and shippers of Florida products of all
parsed off with less. the other influence week with charity. It unloaded the these resolutions be
even At the Century press, or any interferes bursting sent to his bereaved kinds. So far
as city of Fernandina is
Club, the leading literary association of the with law and justice it is an evil and a dan- Treasury vaults to the extent of $300,000 for family, to whom we extend our heartfelt
sympathy in this hour concerned: we care little. Believing, with
of their
the relief of the trouble and
people washed
Metropolis, the thing gerous influence. out by the
was regarded as a good aftiction.
P. Mr. Jefferson
A. this
KING ) on as on so many of his
joke and everybody seemed to be agreed The very essential merit of the law is a Ohio floods, after discussing for a day theconstitutionality FRED W. HOYT, Com.P. teachings, that great cities are great sores

that the General furnished the matter him freedom from passion and prejudice in its of such ._a measure. :Mr. KELLY. J the "
on body feel
politic, we little de-
self. General Read's pretensions to fame administration. Whoever surrounds Calkins made 1 I long speech on the naval Alderman King gave "notice" that at the. very
,. or at- sire to see great cities grow in Florida. '
rest mainly on the fact- that he has once tempts to surround the deliberation of the appropriation bill, criticising it severely as next meeting of the Council he would introduce It is the great agricultural and producing

been United States :Minister to Greece that courts with being very insufficient in its provisions.The an ordinance making the Marshal a -
passion or prejudice is an enemyto class of planters,farmers, fruit and vegetable
he has traveled indications are t.hatIr.. Randall's Sanitary Inspector.
extensively in Europe and that
impartial justice which is the merit growers, for whose interest we feel con-
that ho has conversed with all the ofthe policy in this matter will meet with vigorous Alderman Hoyt offered the following
crowned law. Juries cannot be ,
expected to cerned. And all of these will be benefited by

heads and leading statesmen of Europe. render impartial and just verdicts where a opposition, many holding the opinion which was adopted : the establishment of such a shipping port as

He comes of good stock, is well educated, daily and potent voice is filling their minds that with an overflowing Treasury, now is Resolved, That the Committee on Streets have mentioned
be authorized we on the Atlantic, in
the to contract for .
time night
a fine to scaven-
looking and clever strengthen the
man a conversationalist with prejudice on one side or the other of and build navy ger service during the month of )March Florida and for all that has thus far been
But all his up a merchant marine. The
accomplishment are the case they are to There 1884. Adjourned.
try. no excuse made to appear, Fernandina is the place for
over-endowed House also devoted a day to the Chalmers-
an overweening vanity for this impropriety and
there is no it.-Economist, Jan. 12.
and self-esteem. While Minister to Greece, apology that will be accepted save its dis Manning election contest, and voted to senda MIGHTY INTERESTING RE.\DING.-From

hewMita very absurd dispatch to the Gov- continuance. It is the veriest sophistry to committee of three members at an expense the 1st of January 1884, to the 1st of January THE RIVER AND HARBOR APPRO

ernment in which he described a court ballat say that moral and religious questions $1,000 to the Hot Springs of Arkansas, to 1885. we are to have an interesting PRIATIONS.

length, and detailed minutely how nice- might as well be relegated to the church." inspect the work being done on the Govern- succession of stirring events of which every WASHINGTON February 18.-In
ly 'he had been treated, how he danced with There is no analogy in the circumstances ment reservation there, and prevent the one will wish to hear. Two military cam to a resolution calling for information response as to

the Queen and what she had said to him. There i is no verdict and administration of hotel monopolists from depriving indigent paigns are at present in progress-that of El what immediate need-
appropriations are
This famous dispatch forms a part of the law to be interfered with in the discussionof persons of the free use of the baths set apart Mahdi in the Soudan and of the French in
n ed for the improvements of rivers and barborsinadvanceoftheregularappropriations-
for their
contents of our blue books. At clubs and moral and religious questions, and they benefit. Tonquin-both of which are approaching:

re-unions General Read is an awful bore, can be discussed as well at one time as The Senate committee in charge of the the critical point. The next session of Parliament
for the next fiscal
because he knows everything and wants to another. But when a journalist, knowing alleged Mississippi political outrage, set out !is to be marked, acording to the an year becoming available
the Secretary of War sent to
to-day the
show yon that he does. You Tuesday on its far South nounced of Mr. Parnell
are intfoduced that there is a time when he can properlyand junketing ex- purpose by a bitter
House list of items
to him and exchange a few words with him. without meddling, discuss violations of cursion. The party will be luxuriously entertained struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel a prepared by Chief
Engineer Wright. The estimates made
Yon may happen to say prunes. Prunes law, wilfully and with an over-zeal dis- at public expense in New Orleans their English and Scotch colleagues to con were

says the General in a rich deep voice strok- cusses them out of their see the gorgeous carnival, enjoy the climate cede to Ireland some measure of home-rule. by the army engineers now in charge of the
proper time it looksto for In default of this :\Ir. Parnell promises to respective improvements. The total appro-
ing his several
I weeks and
yellow beard. return with about
Ah that outsiders i as
yes like an attempt to coerce the employ his following to so obstruct the priation asked is 4329000. Among the
reminds me when I was in Turkey the Sultan verdict of juries into an accord with the little campaign capital as it took. transaction of parliamentary business as to

sent for me and asked me _,_ __" personal views of the The Senate has also been talking about render the presence of Irish members at St. items are the following : Charleston harbor,
journalist.-Florida Stephen's intolf>rable. This S. C., $100,000; entrance to Cumberland
and! then he the duration of programme insures
goes on with a length accountof Herald, Feb. 20. patents, though there is no
a succession of exciting scenes in Par- Sound, Georgia and Florida, $80,000 ; St.
what advice he prospect of a change of law
gave and how the Sultan ---- -- ----- in regard to l liament. The new reform bill{ which )Ir.
saved his bacon through it. He has anec- A VERY severe cyclone prevailed in Ala them. That body has passed a bill, however, Gladstone proposes to carry during the session Johns river, $75,000.

dotes pat for every occasion, some of which bama, Georgia North and South Carolina providing that no person shall be debarred of 1884, will aso doubtless excite --- --- -- -
general interest in the United States wellas I List of Letters
from as
may true, but most of which, it is feared on Tuesday afternoon receiving a patent for an invention be-
accompanied withgreat ) throughout the British
empire. )
Vastly in the Post-Office
by his cause of its Remaining at Fernandina -
detractors, are ben trovato. destruction of property and loss of having been first patented in a more interesting to American readers will be

Another one of the bright company at life. The general direction of foreign country, unless it shall have been I the discussion to take place Washington Nassau county, Florida, Feb. 231884.

Harrigan & Hart's Theatre the cyclone II introduced into public use in the United i. within the next few months over our own Persons calling for these letters must say
buried Comique, was was northeast from Columbus, Ga., to Wilmington reform bill. The Republican members of advertised:

last week. This was John (Johnnie) N. C.. and the effects were visible States for more than two years before the the present Congress are opposed to tariff Albud Paul Minnes Gabriele
QIll'l'II, one of the best application for such patent in this reform. The Democrats it is
in the world, over a breadth of one hundred miles but country. said ar Brown Anthony Madies, Vaste

and one of the cleverest of the amusing with varying effects. At some points i it The Secretary of War explained to the divided, the majority of them favoring, the Blard, Wm II :Mongiss, Douglas
it. Which
band, who created House Committee on Appropriations minority opposing will get the Cooper, Geo C Prevot Alfonse
a distinct ,
species of vande'iIle seemed to dip with destructive force, carrying yester upper hand? Will the high-tariff Democrats ,
in New York. day his plans for relieving the sufferers Charles J Robertson, Rich
Of the original com everything before it. by cooperate with the Republicans to maintainthe Cahill, Wm A Pehterll F

pany there are now onlv left Fisher and The following points are named as having the floods along the Ohio river. He said present absurd law ? Or will the Democrats Cox Amy Kease, Rev Thus

John Wild, besides the that one boat with provisions and act together and send a reform tariff Seth Statum
principals, Edward experienced the cyclone with great severity: clothing bill to the Senate which the Senate will decline Dickey Spar Spary
Harrigan and Tony Hart. Of In had been sent from Pittsburg ; that two boats Downey, T W Rod well, Sharper =
Georgia-Columbus to ?
course Queen Louisville of
Every the
Davis- pass
f\\0\\\, h __ ..-. step struggle Dawson W R Smith Roofis
but- -" 1'IJur, 11'JIO ever deard of a rich actor, boro, Cave Springs, Norton Thomson's Station -one upstream the other downstream- in the Capitol at Washington will be watched Elliott, Rev J T Sylvester, Thos

ins widow and young son will be well 1 Jackson's Station. In South CarolinaAt would be sent out to-night from Cincinnati ; and with by lively the time concern all over the country, Edgecomb, Fred Simmons, :Maggie

taken care of by that one boat was sent to-day from Louisville to Congress adjourns the pub Floyd, Mrs Rachel Small, :Ned
sterling friend of the Ninety-six, Woodward, "Winnsboro Ches lic mind will be ripe for the opening of a
actor the aid the sufferers Hendricks, Lawrence Smith JasShatshar
of Benevolent and Protective Order ter, Anderson and Darlington. In North between that city and Presidential campaign which, it is safe to Harlly Thos Diana
EI ke. Evansville and a fifth boat to say will exceed in warmth of its ,
Carolina-At Polkton Concord, and Char run toward any predecessors Gavin, Dara E Spritts. Simon

The Managers of the Childrens Carnival, lotte ; at Rockingbam 23 lives were lost. Cairo would be ordered from Evansville as Maryland since Legislature 1860. The at Annapolis meeting of the the Galager F Shea, Rev J FWilcan

/TS to give a matinee performance Owing to the prostration of the telegraphlines soon as possible. He expected also to havetwo 2d of January, and the reassembling on of the Hogens Howard,;Miss Mrs Joseph Walden, Wt
on the afternoon before Washington's full reports have not been received, additional boats sent from different Baltimore City Council later in the same Jhonson Julia Webster,, Samuel B

birthday As the points along the Ohio as soon as he couldarrange month will prove also events of engrossing
performance is for a and it is feared the area of destruction of interest. But Lee Lilerbell Wilson, Doc
charitable supposing the existence of
will purpose, the Nursery Hospital it life and property has been very extensive. for them. citizen concerned about none of these things a, Lewis, D CLothrop White Martha
of The Mrs H 0 Webster :Maria
course attract additional attention. committee announced that it was still he will need to read The Sun for news
--- Morris Thos L
nut upon the whole !it must strike ready to recommend an appropriation, but, of the thousand and one other events of 'Young, Tyner
every Waycross
sensible dispatch, dated February 19 interest that so far to make
observer of human on the suggestion of Secretary Lincoln that go up the current
affairs nature that such says : The Atlantic Coast Line fast mail he history of the world. The period is

aid are not. Calculated to serve as proper train number, coming north, collided with might secure data upon which to base one of rapid movement, and the citizen who Valuable Orange Lands for Sale '
the education the amount of the appropriation, action does not take a is to be left b
m of the heads and the Charleston was paper sure eTracts containing twenty acres each of
hearts number
of young children. I express 11, going I I postponed. It is! thought by members of the hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora choice, high hammock land on Orange Lake
was atand
the e\'elling performance present south, 200 yards east of the seventythreemile committee that an appropriation of at least paper, now is the time, before the actorson suitable for orange growing and track farming -

I noticed that last [ondar, post, on the Savannah Florida fe $500,000 will be the world's stage during the year 1884 are now offered for sale. These lands

best, and the young boys who did their Western Railway, this evening at 6:10 made. have taken their places and begun to play are very conveniently situated for transportation -

danced most gracefully already ---- ------- their parts. When it becomes a question of by water or rail, and will be sold on
were o'clock. Four
persons are reported injuredChaunce The City Council. securing a reliable
young cads and newspaper, which will terms to suit purchasers. Titles are un ues-
In after life promised to turn out )' Folks, the engineer on train The regular meeting of the City Councilwas 1 contain all the news, succinctly expressedand tionable. Also valuable timber lands in

disgusting snobs of the worst number 2, was killed. held at the Council rooms fairly reported the proper course to large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,
on Wednes
pursue is plain : take The Sun. February 16, 1882 Fernandina, Fla.


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.1':< A BROKEN STRING. I to.. go", that's a fact. Don't worry, confused memory of the speaker at the earth toward the cold gray sky, lookedto I bod suddenly dropped the cord, and_-

r Dell. depot, until the swift movement of the Dell's sorrowful a fitting emblem before his ,
: Sing, and to you So, no,; with one note eyes companion could surmise his
;.t jarred He broke off his sentence abruptlyas polished rods before him seemed the of the dreary life-road that lay intention, leaped to the track. A

,+.:,r.t. The harmony of Life's long chord is he saw the shade of anxiety on his motion of gesticulating arms, and the before her. I I later he was drawn from moment -

broken; companion's fair face.I It does not sound in his resolved itself into I'm under
to-morrow Jim
J Your words were light and by light lips ears a going away I the cruel wheels and tenderly lifted

r were spoken, happen" so often. They're short, you measured repetitiqn of meaninglesswords was saying, as they passed slowly over So endeth-the first lesson," he

And yet the music that you loved is marred. see. -" Crooked and, straight Right the bridge and down toward the murmered, and then all earthhtan

t!;! One. string, my friend, isdumb beneath your It oughtn't to happen at all," insisted side up !" town. I've shown idiocy enough in gles for him were over, and"HtVs-

?!" hand ; Dell, indignantly. I wouldn't Hello Caught myself napping, I waiting here for any chance or justice.I rough places smooth and
Strike, and it throbs and vibrates at your grew plain.
.-j-i will, go." do believe I! Jim Barclay, what are you mean to go as far west as I can make Jim was greeted with congratulations

; Falters upon the verge of sound, and still Then my head would come off at about ? See here, Billto! his fire my way, and I'll come back when I've praises and questions -

"-j"r 1:: Falls! strand.back at sea waves shattered on the short notice"," laughed Jim. We can't manjust keep an eye on me, will some good word to bring-if that time side. on even-.
afford that. "
you ? ever comes. "That was brave deed
a of
: Touch it no more, for shall not regain Dell flushed She yours: .
you Pretty rosily. t The young engineer shook himself, It was useless to combat his sir-a dangerous
r The sweet lost tone. Take what is left, or pur- undertaking verv
knew well what that i
-r;: let so meant. Therewas .|i looked about him and stood stiffly pose ; there was nothing better to offer. skillfully planned and executed," ,declared I

i/.': -. Life's music sleep to Death. Let us forget a little house talked over and arranged -' erect. He whistled a tune vigorouslyto The girl's wistful gaze strayed: witha an officer of the road, with*

1.1 The perfect melody we seek in vain- to every detail of its simple assure himself that he was wide dreary persistency to the track again. congratulatory shake of the hand. a
it: And yet, perchance, some day before we furnishing, for which they two were awake. What a drowsy, rockable mo- What a hard, narrow road it was, far more than cancels that little misfortune

!'.. die planning when Jim should obtain his tion the train had. Even the jar and its cheerless far-
; As half in dreamt we hear the night wind stretching goal-the of yours last fall. There is no
< sweep hoped-for" promotion. rattle seemed to lull and stupefy, away wintry horizon telling where this thing might have

: Around our windows, when we fain would No, I won't insure any risks tonight though he stood erect at his post. He Down on the walk by the roundhouse ended but for Call around
you. at the
l'a.' sleep, but I'll take the risk of crushing was glad this sort of work was nearlyover. a knot of loungers had gathered. office in the will ?
morning, AVe
Laden with one long, sobbing, moaning you
cry. i few other heads
a people's rather At least he! hoped it was nearlyover Ichabod Turner's wanderings had shall have something to to
One faint, far tone will waken, and will riseAbove than the certainty of losing own for he say you.:
my did not see how the desired brought him thither again-the place What does this ? "
the great wave voice of mortal mean questioned -
l laughed Jim. "It's a pity that fellow promotion could be much longer seemed to hold fascina-
':.. pain ; : some peculiar eager Dell, as Jim made his
Hand will touch hand and lips touch lips who is so sure of his mission couldn'tturn : delayed, and then. such calls as this tion for hIm-and he was discoursingon way to her side.

again, my brains right side up ; they would be fewer. He was looking his favorite theme. Suddenly a "It means that is
As in the darkness it recedes and dies everything all
; feel crooked
enough. But don't worry, anxiously forward to the day when he movement and a murmur of excitementran right again," answered Jim with
Or. )lingering in the summer-evening glow, Dell he an
Then when the passion of the crimson repeated hurriedly.The could carry the longed-for tidings to through the crowd, and its num- odd smile playing about his lips.
crowd began to thin. Hungrymen Dell. Dear little girl how her face bers "
west, were speedily augmented from Queer how soon a bit of success can

Burning like some great heart that cannot swinging their empty dinner-pails would brighten What a cosy, happy various quarters of the building. Swift- change a great crime into merely a

rest, presently found the prospect of supper home she would make Lights? Queer ly and unexpectedly the speaker had little misfortune."
Stains as with blood the waters as they flow, :
more alluring than the stranger'spromised where the lights came from, unless- turned, and with single bound placed The excitement was over, and the
Some old forgotten tones rise and wake
Our dying youth and set may our hearts aflame millennium. Jim looked athis why, yes, almost a station, of course. himself the cab of a locomotive that yard slowly settled back to its ordinary

With their old sweetness-to our lips the watch, and found he had not even Dell must have put a bright light in had for a moment been untenanted. routine, but the young engineer and

name five minutes to spare for a part of a the window. Its steamed up." Off, off! pretty Dell lingered for last
Of Love steal softly for the old love's sake.ICHABOD homeward walk a pitying,
with Dell. He parted Alas Bill had "
climbed back over Come out of that shouted several tender glance at the still form, reverently -
from her with a reluctant good-by, and the tender to look after a suspected voices. covered now.

i r i; TURNER'S MISSION. she walked away alone. She had gonebut hot-box on the after truck. But Ichabod laughed hoarsely and "For whatever he may have beento

a few steps, however, when she Shriek after shriek of froma waved his
Crooked warning long arms triumphantlyabove the rest of the world, dear Jim, for
Crooked Crooked !1" turned and looked back.
steam-whistle aided the "
his head.
flashing us he fulfilled his mission said the
rang out the sharp, peculiar, dissonant "You'll be careful, Jim ? Don't let ,
signal lights, and at last forced their I'm the only man on this continent girl softly.-Our Continent.
voice, and the tall, thin figure in seedy anything happen."
meaning upon the benumbed brain. that can run an engine I'm orderedto -. -
garments and flapping hair swayed to "Why, Dell," he laughed, half With a low cry of horror the engine take this one and go and turn the KING COTTON.
and fro on the stump that had been touched, half wondering. I oughtn'tto !! reversed but "
was too late to avert the world right. side up Hurrah !

selected for a rostrum. All things have talked such nonsense. Don'tbe crash that followed as the two freight Two or three persons rushed for- THE VARIOUS COUNTRIES IN WHICH TilE STAPLEIS

have gone crooked in this world, and uneasy. trains were piled upon each other in a ward, but he caught an iron bar and GROWN.
.;; I've come to set 'em straight-to undo She smiled in answer, and the cloud common wreck. wielded it up that What is cotton why does it spin, and who

: : the snarls, give the power where it slowly faded from her face as she walkedon. What possessed you to run on in obliged to so fall vigorously back. Then they, like were a can the fibre compete? Asks with Edward us in the Atkinson production in his of

belongs and put men in their places.Oh A call for extra service was no that fashion, man? Were you drunkor flash, his hand seized the throttle- paper on the cotton manufactures of the

-h-h, my friends The world is cause for serious trouble-all these ex- ?" demanded than lever and the steed he had United States, printed in the Census Report,
crazy one dangerous
volume and
2 then tells us what it is: etc.
{ topsy-turvy ; top's at the bottom igencies were so familiar to her. Bell rough voice as Jim stood by the track. chosen began to show signs of life. lie says : cotton is the wing of the seed of

and the bottom's at the top, and I've and whistle, messenger and dispatch, But he only gazed with blanched face "Pull him off! Block: the one of the plant: belonging to a variety of

: ,, come to turn things right end up." with their always imperative and at the scene before him, and answered wheels rang out in conflicting or- which known the hibiscus: and mallow are well-
r specimens growing elsewhere. It is
The 6 o'clock whistle had
often unwelcome orders
': were a partof them nothing. ders. But the madman laughed indigenous in many parts of the world, both

the close of another day's work at the the daily life. Jim would be tired Fortunately, almost miraculously, again, his wild eyes gleaming like fire, in tropical and temperate regions, but the

shops, and the men, pouring out from and worn out, of course. That had it seemed, no one was seriously injured and shook his bar in threatening and useful sorts are those which grow in the
southern of the
the various smoke-stained archways happened often and doubtless parts temperate zone. A
must as the morning papers said in defiance. tree cotton is found in the tropics, producing
paused to listen. It was a motley happen again, but her thoughts turnedto chronicling the occurrence. Under the Touch me if you dare I'm sent a fibre very silky in appearance, resembling
group-some bedaubed with many pleasanter pictures of the future to in structure the fibre of the asclepias, but
,. same glaring headlines they also com- to set the crooked straight. Here comes
colors from the useless::, like the latter, spinning purposes,
paint shop, some with arranging once more that tiny house mended the company's promptness in the milleninum Clear the track for for want of the form and structure which
grimy hands and faces from foundry or with its dainty rooms, which shouldbe makes it to the
dismissing the engineer whose crimi- the millennium And he was off.. possible spit cotton of com-
machine shop, while farther on the a very haven of rest to one who nal carelessness caused the disaster Swiftly darted merce. A vine cotton may be found in some
as an arrow some one
of the West India
long platform that extended along the came home weary. She paused on the and who, as nearly as can be learned, through the crowd, ran along the track Japan are found varieties Islands.producing In China a short and

track were gathered that inevitable long iron bridge, and looked down on was comfortably sleeping at his post, and leaped on to the engine, clinging, clean and very white staple, practically

adjunct of any crowd, the boys and a the network of tracks below, crossingand and so neglectful of all signals." no one knew quite how, as it moved uselsss, except to be spun and woven by

sprinkling of women-some of. the interlacing in a seemingly inextricable These were the tidings that reached away. Dell found herself suddenly I found hand. commonly In India many known varieties as "Surats/'a are to be
latter with children in their '
;I.' arms. Thespeaker's tangle. Dell instead of the glad word for which deserted, and could only move for- name which belongs to a district, but whichis

: excitement seemed to deepen The gray twilight of the short she had waited. ward with the others, who were follow- often applied to all East India cotton.
his audience increased. East India cotton is i as a rule, short in fibre
as The keen autumn afternoon
was already deepen- What they say is true, after a fashion ing with eyes of mingled admirationand and rough in its character, adhering clo-ely

: ",. eyes under the old hat darted light- ing toward night, and the headlightsof ," said Jim, simply and sadly. I horror the athletic young figure by its end to seed!, and is therefore difficult

: : n'in -like glances here and there ; he the engines, passing and repassingas was to blame for it-and yet I wasn't, clinging and swinging as the speed increased to remove except with great waste. Tliere,
,. gesticulated wildly, and his voice from is, however one exception to this rule: lathe
rose they changed track
i one to another for I was not fit to make the run, andI until finally it forced its way Dacca Province u long and tine staples i
t to a still higher pitch. shone out brilliantly. Men were told them so." into the cab. grown. which is produced by a class Ilf i

fif Oh-h-h yes Look at me I'm running here and there, waving their There was no one to chronicle his What a terror to be let loose on people with whom its cultivation is an heir-

!.j Ichabod Turner, and the mission I'm signal lanterns and shouting hoarse ditary employment and from which the
years of faithful service, or the crim- the road ? Who can tell what he will tine mus-lin known wind i
sent is mend all as woven i>
on to crookedness and orders that to one uninitiated only inal carelessness if not which into before he can be
cruelty, run stopped manufactured. In Africa is to be found
I; turn things right end up. mingled confusedly with the heavy 'had placed him in such a position ; exclaimed one with a white face. several varieties, but the only kind known!

The men seemed to find a grim breathing of the locomotives and the but these things were well understood Jim Barclay 'II him to commerce is the cotton of Egypt, next in
in the manage quality to our sea island staple. Aside from
r pleasure harangue. They clangor of the bells. Farther back, among the many workers in that rail- "Jim 'II be killed answered dissenting this the cotton of Africa i is:: short and woolly.

(' laughed as they exchanged comments. looming in rugged outlines against the road town, and they acknowledged to voices. There are large areas of land, formerly irrigated -

'.. !' Chosen a good }point to begin at, rose of the eastern sky, were the great each other, with ready but helpless Jim's unexpected in the but now a desert, upon which 1,000-)
i. eh Jack ?" appearance 000 or more bales of the most valuable cotton II
one. shops, grim and silent. The brown "
sympathy, that it was rough on poor cab, meanwhile, had momentarily confused could be annually grown if Egypt were well I]
t.: "I should say so. He'll have a eyes watching from the bridge pres- T"1m.M its occupant, who, until then, governed and labor had its true reward.In .

,.. tough contract, even" if he doesn't extend ently discovered the figure they sought Rough it surely grew as the long had not been aware of his presence Brazil a considerable quantity of u' eful
his cotton is now produced, but slavery standsin
territory. winding its way in and out among the days came and went, and the hope of Where did you come from ? he the way of any great increase or improvement

",. "Goin to set all things straight ? trains. He did not look up, and the reinstatement grew dimmer. All demanded in surprise. of the staple. There are vast tracts of

It'll take a mightier than you to do that girl smiled at the thought of watching those missing men, who couldn't be Flew down, panted Jim sent land on the Paraguay and Parana rivers
job. I wish to he'd i it herself ; capable of producing the best varieties, hut
massy begin unobserved. Then here found
needed a single to help But what earth do
night'srest on
you. as yet these places lack good government
!I" murmured old
soon th face
: an woman on grew grave and sweet with a pass- seemed to have turned up once you mean by trying to start the mil- and that security to property which alone!

t \. platform as she picked up her bundleand l ing fancy that so, from their height more, and they can spare me indefi- lennium in broad daylight? can assure adequate labor and good cultiva
trudged on again. above the din and turmoil the tion. The same may for the present be said
unseen he
nitely, explained to Dell with Don't know we must wait
a un-
The two looked after her you of Mexico, but the conditions are so rapidly
I!I''' men angels looked down upon our mortal pretense of jocularity that scarcely til the stars begin to fall ? Besides, changing in that country that Mexico may
elder shook
;, his grizzled head. life. become factor in the cultivation -
covered the bitterness. The brave we must back and telegraph to all yet an important
I r
t. Poor soul No doubt I of the cotton of the world.
thingsseemed Only, all the little crop
suppose tangles woman triedto comfort and en- the world to clear the track for us. ,
Cotton has been raided: in Asia Minor
I..: crooked enough to her-her and bewilderments grow clear to them, ,courage him, though the dancing light He was improving his companion's Turkey, Italy, and islands of the Pacific ; in

f boy was crushed between the cars last as I am sure they do not to me," she had gone out of her brown eyes, and momentary confusion by gently edg- fact the area of land adapted to its growth
L. year. Does seem as if somebody mightinvent added with a little sigh. "And their in some degree is practically unlimited; but
new lines about into his
' .. grave were deepening ing place and crowding him
the which produces'the st
area nu>
'" fewer brakemen.a way to >get" along with killing watching is of some "use, while mine the young lips. The little house they back, while he urged the superior advantages varieties is at present substantially limitedto

cannot help poor Jim. had planned seemed, so like the of his own plan ofproceedin the southern portion of the United State
t Jim Barclay sauntering down the He had need No of the manufacture of cotton
some of health as the horribleride treatment
shadowy ghost of a dead hope that All the details of that brief
i- .: long walk, stopped beside a bright evening wore on, though he had but ; can rightly begin without giving the reason
neither cared to talk of it
I had anjj more, ; Jim could never clearly recall ; why cotton spins. Nature begins to twi-t:
young girl who paused for a moment dimly realized it. Getting everything and, indeed, Dell's ingenuity found but with the engine once in his own each fibre upon its own axis, else man could
r \ on the outer edge of the crowd. in readiness for starting was harder full make no use of it. It is the only fiber either
occupation now in the hands he held and
,' If that fellow would begin his work work than usual. There dull combating possession, as soon vegetable or animal, with the exception ot
was a various wild schemes which Jim in it reversed it endeavoring
i : as was possible, silk which can be worked without any
.; by altering the days and nights a little, pain in his eyes and a throbbing in his his from
desperation, was constantly form- : the while to distract the other'sattention preparation or machine just as comes
or my means of enjoying them, I'd be temple. ing. He had been to look for stream of the boll or fleece. It can be imagined how
:' obliged to him," he laughed.The "This trip's rather away by a explanations some Indian woman in Central Asia first
.j rough on you, employment but business dull their mission. The boll
was concerning joint gathered the fiber as it hung from the
turned with
girl a little start of Jim? remarked fireman
': a half quas- everywhere at this season, and, more- suggestion of clearing the track seemedto twisted it with her fingers into a strand. as
surprise and pleasure. tioningly, half commiseratingly.1 over, in that railroad town suit Ichabod's crazed brain and one may now do; then, holding it by the
.t Why, Jim !J" Then a glance at his Rather," Jim laughed up middle with her teeth, doubled it and madea
faintly. all.
lunch-basket the swift I'm interest and industry cen- seizing the cord near him he clung to strong; rough cord, and then, making. a
brought stiff and
: ques I used up, but I'll get tered in the shops and tracks, he had it so persistently that the screaming, bobbin of a bit of bamboo reed and tying
q ,'. : tion : You are not going out to-night? 'over it when we're fairly off, I ex belonged to the line from boyhood deafening steam whistle drowned out the ends of the cord to other reeds, interlaced
,l : It's not run." pect." them,and made the first web of cotton cloth.
he could do but one thing, and there all further efforts at conversation and andit
do this to-day with cotton
1 : I take it Any one can
must It When the
though, they say. station, with its dim and
was little chance for a situation else- never ceased its terrific din until they would be difficult or impossible to performthis
., I; is an extra train, and they are short oi dancing lights, was left behind, how- where while the shadow of the greatcorporation's rolled back into the great yard. Offi- work with any other fiber. The next
men somehow-off or disabled. I feel 1 ever, and the long line stretched step in the process might have been the one
1 considerably disabled before away disapproval seemed to cers, police and train dispatchers had I which is even now practiced in making:: the
\ .' myself. straight him, his occupation be- follow him in his efforts like a biting been hastily notified, only to find them- finest fabric ever spun and woven in the
t You were out last night. came but a mere routine so treacherously frost. selves in the matter and world-the Dacca muslin, previously referred -
helpless a
And all the night before, and familiar that it could So to and known as the woven \\"'<1.
scarcely the bright autumn leaves line of anxious watched theengine's
I dropped spectators The cotton is separated from the seed by a
nearly all yesterday. I didn't in i hold his
get eyes or thoughts. Mechanically from the trees, leaving only brown and return. Then, discovering for hand machine known as the churka .oi
I ri : until afternoon and I
t ,. : to-day was he attended to his engine, with barren branches ; the soft haze faded the first time that his project was which the modern roller gin is but a modification -
j ,: scarcely settled into a comfortable his mind far and invention has ever yet dlOO-::
straying from it tot j from ; no
away the hills and the iron foiled bent schemeno
narrow the
or upon some new treatment of
1: sleep before I was called. I am not fi Dell, and then running into placed the roller gin in the
oddly a track, stretching away over the frozen one could ever tell which-Icha- finest fibre, like that of Dacca and the sea-




I' ,
island cotton of ktuv'rIca. Next may havebeen tion,
erect with
the application of the fishbone to the though folded arms, as:!I I Johnson, Simon Johnson his '
overlooking the field 'I GROCERIES
carding ; service
with mark, Marshall Jenkins his ,
ofV1ich l themollern card is but a modifica cavalry hoots, and the sword x xb
UMIII a distaff, ill the same side strapped at his Keyser his x mark. P W 0 >r
was'T the cotton i is spun'! in India and flax stars measures, according eight to his feet wish from tip to hilt. The Klarer. Julius Klutz, Daniel ('3 WB L AL AND RETAIL. -1 EST.A.DLISI-.IED: 187i.h .
be the in are placed on mark, Frederick Kruse Berr
in Italy, may next step theprogress the lappel of his coat instead of I
of the art, and at last the weaver lar. The figure on the col mark! ; Daniel Kelly, Win II
was modelled O
have constructed uch a loom of reeds State-House in New in the old mark, Thomas Keyser his x : DRUGS
niav Orleans
the walls of by Mr. Alex King his x mark Wm P anHORSEY MEDICINES
a- i is pictured upon Babylon, ander Doyle, of Motfit. & Doyle.'of this city. Owen I C
sitting a palm Kelly, Henry Knabb }
while the weaver : upon tree The work on the (
as the does to-day in India, and wea'ingonh' June, but it wtis suspended casting was in begun last x mark, Joseph( King,. Sable "r r

in the early. morning, when the dewmakes Mr. J. Q. A. Ward's statue of order that mark, Hausel Keith his J Iy ... &. CO. .
the handling of the fiber possible, might he Washington Alfred Lucas Owen Love ,
; completed for Evacuation 5I
have brought the art slowly and tjraduaflv The statue Da '. urn Lizzemore his x mark, .
may was shipped in

In the, to whole the perfection treatment of of the cotton woven, as wind.it is in New a public Orleans square, where on it will be a set huge in position box to J A W'V Latham Lohman J F Lawrence Lohrnan, 'g A. B. NOTES. I ""= -I 1 PHARMACISTS
noW practiced in the finest: factory modern d lThe entire cost has been birth- more his x mark, Levi I e I 1=
kind, there is hut one original; invention subscriptions! in the South by U-itimore his x mark Samuel C
and in
all else i is but a change or modification of -New York Times this city. x mark, Jos Longwood his x DEALER IS- I J3rf

these l prehistoric methods. That one in- -- Love, Myers Lizzemore his x 00. Centre Street.FERNANDIXA ,
ventionwa y the one which Sir Richard Ark- -- lenrg his x mark, J S Lee, I
Messrs. Colby & Rich C Latham, U I Family Supplies
wrifrht borrowed from a previous inventor, A Latham, Thos : o
and 1 put in use a!)uutacenturyago-namely, Wish to announce that they are now pre- mark, Jos Li-eo\lr, ; FLORIDA,
of the strand pared to do Copying and x: mark, James Lang Jr. his
the extension prior to the Enlarging, at their x !: HEAVY 16
twisting bv the spindle. This was accomplMied Tent Gallery, on Centre street. Old Tin- Lawson his x mark, Ephraim GROCERIES, KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
by the use of several pairs of rollers Types or Pictures of any kind copied and mark. James Love, Jr, his x I i& of FRESH and PURE FOR-
one- ulaca'd ill front of the! : other, and thosein enlarged lo any desired size. iMitchael his x mark, Al1 EIGN and DOMESTIC\ .

front working' at a higher; than I x.. mark.. -John- -McDermott, Hay and Grain
wribght'slin james McKay his x mark, O 00
those lehiud.rt ventionitvtf :
is imperfect) ; and whoever discovers a TO THE Henry Muller)) Warren Mason, 1 Drugs and Chemicals

substitute for the leather covering: of the top Board of County Commissioners his x mark, Elias ) H SHIP STORES O ,

rolls which are used in this process, may Minkley, David Moody\ his x: Homoeopathic and Patent
55 Medicines
add from t live to ten per cent to the capacity Nassau Sounty, State of Florida. Muller, James McDuffy his 1-I... ,
of spindle and loom now.in use ward Mordicai, Chas McRori T Furniture
in the world.: The only other original invention July Mitchael his x mark, f : Fancy Goods,
applied to the cotton fibre I RESPECTFULLY ASK TO BE GRANT x mark, Peter McCall\ )) his x
that of Whitney ever whose raw gin. afterward was- and ed a license for the sale of Ales, Wines Mitchall his x mark J H \ Stoves, 1 I OD FINE TOILET ARTICLES
Liquors in the ,
City of Fernandina and Morrison his x mark James
I by Carver
improved' enclose
the of cotton for the herewith the signatures of a majority wards McCray, Robert Paints I r- PERFUMERY
made preparation spinner of the SOAPS
registered ,
voters of this Miller his ETC'
and at the lowest cost. Precinct, as x mark, Wm :\ ,
quick Crockery
required by law. Mooney, R Manucy, Jas Morris ,
The of what is called manufacturing I y
the cotton fibre into yarn and cloth begins I
R A McBt>an. Jacob Miller his Hardware,
with the process of ginning; which must
the undersigned, voters of Election W Marshall, Obed McDonald -
of necessity he carried on near the field Precinct t...
where the cotton is grown. It is the most that in Nassau County, respectfully Henry Martin his x mark. Willow-Ware. ::: Physicians'
request the above his Prescriptions
department in the whole series of petition be granted. x mark. G L Martin, Peter
important Moses Armstrong his mark, C W Morgan, Jonas .\ ... carefully compounded with
operations to which the cotton fibre must. x Dempsey ; pure Drugs, at
be subjected ; and as yet there has been less : Alexander his x mark, John Amen, Theo- mark, Frank Me Donald his x n reasonable prices.THE .
of science and art. and less of the modern I dosius Acosta, Mingo Anderson his x murk, McDonald\ his x mark, Allen -.

system of division of labor, applied to this John Alberti! his x mark Geo Anderson, x mark, Isiah McC'all his x I N
than David Alverbon, Antonio Armentero )Waters, Chas Mann,
department to any other. But progress Jas
has been made even here. Machines for Annette, Cupid Armstrong his x mark, Chas A Noyes, Geo Normann 1I ,-P
cleaning cotton in the seed and preparing it Amos Atkinson his x mark, Richard Austin, : Manuel Nattiel his x mark, I I
for the cotton gin, which had hardly been Merrick Alberti his x mark, Cupid Arm- Lewis Napoleon his x mark, J I 1 uEoa

heard of before the Atlanta Cotton Expo>i- strong his x mark, Jas Albert his x mark, Z Nikola, Chas Newman, Fw 1c Low as tie Lowest.j I IW
tion of 1881, have been introduced and soldin Henry Allen his x mark, Geo Avery his x his x mark, Simon Owen his x I.
large numbers Cotton-ginningestaIJish- mark, Jos P Adams, Alfred Alberti his x O'Neil, Samuel Pinkney his x ,

ments, in which as much art and science mark, Jas Avery his x mark, Jos Blake, Geo drew Perry his x mark, Isaac ao ENDAl1S

have been applied as in those of Egypt; establMicd Bryant, Peter Blue his x mark, Win Birt urarkV H Pope, Henry }> I j i I FURNITURE !
\ by English capitalists, have\ been his x mark, Jack Benton, Thos B Bellows Proctor his x mark, Chas E (

cot in several places, and the old his x mark. Prince Brooks Jas Bell, Roder Proctor Louis Paplio his x -
up. methods, ick-. H"t.I... .: ,. ,unI. Tn.. -r-h reppeno -IllS- x mark- Amos
which the cotton -- .w 1110 .A. uiuiK, A j ,
by has been depreciated urasweii. Henry MOST
utter it had been Bell, Robt Brown his x mark, Andw Brown mark. Richard Roberts, Lewis SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
picked, are discovered
) rapidly
out of u>e. Cotton is also in a great measure his x mark, C S Busbee Sam Brown, his x x mark, Tony Riley his x 0:1:: RECEIVED THIS etlects and does not blister., as it is READ certain in its

1)CCOIlingthe product of intelligent farmers mark, Win Blue Sr his x mark, John Ben Reynolds his x mark: Eddie Re JUST, a new lot of BELOW. PROOF

dwelling upon healthy uplands, and by improvements jamin, Sam Brown Henry Barker, V R Robinson, Edwards Rodgers .
which have been introduced Bristol, Ed Bayley his x mark, Robt Butler Cam Robinson his x: mark,
during the last few years, its cultivation has his x mark, Newton Bradley I his x mark, Richard Peddick his x mark, J 1 Chamber Suits, Saved Him 180000.

"been carried farther north in latitude, and Peter Bonaud, Geo Bell, Dan Baxter his x ser, Nicholas Robinson his x Parlor
higher up on hill and mountain slopes mark, Jos Baker his x mark, Fred Baker his Redding, Paplo Roders, J Suits, ADAMS. N. Y., January 30, 1882
than was ever thought to be possible in former x mark, H C Bradford, John Brown his x Riley his x mark, Ambrose Tables Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
days. The great Appallachian chain of mark, liesar Baker his x mark. Jos Bowls mark Bristo Robinson his x Lounges, GENTS-Having used a good deal of your
mountains his x mark, Henry Baird Jake Roberts his x mark, Louis Kendall's Spavin Cure with
Baker great
extending from the northeast to his x Hookers Chairs success. I
the southwest, marks a line on which the mark, Win Blue Jr his x mark. Henry Baker mark, II M Smith his x thought I would let you know what it has

moisture brought in by the Gulf stream is his x mark, Chas Baker his x mark, Win B Savage his x mark. May Small : Wardrobes done for me. Two years ago I had as speedy
condensed, falling in frequent showers, but Bell, John Barr \rm Blue Jr his x mark, Parish Simmons his x mark, a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.
seldom in heavy storms, over the Carolinas, April Bonaparte his x mark, Abner Blake x mark, John W Smith, Sr, his Bedsteads When I was breaking him he kicked over
Georgia and Alabama, on whose uplands .I his x mark, Thos Blake his x mark, Dread d thur Steil, Charles H the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
healthy homes for white cotton farmers are I Benton his x mark Gen Clinch his x mark, Smith January Sams, Henry Springs, Mattresses, hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
being established almost without limit. Roman Cribb his x mark Warren Commo Streety, Dork Scott his x mark, farriers, but they all said he was spoiled.

To the west of this chain the great valley of dore his x mark, Geo H Clay his x mark, his x mark, Wm Sharp, S C Pillows, etc., etc. He had a very large thorough-pin, and I
the Mississippi% and its tributaries bordered Paul Capalia his x mark, Win Cooper his x Jerry Smith, Stephen Stewart ppace.'I used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin
by bottom ands of untold fertility: offers mark, Lewis Cooper, Santiago Carrio, Win James Stewart his x mark, Daniel Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off:and
the boon of great crops to compensate for F Courier, Henry Commodore his x mark, x mark, Henry Simkens his x CALL AND EXAMINE. he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have Ii I
the less healthy conditions of climate ; andto Alfred Collins his x mark, W J Crim. Chat- Sharkley his x mark \V II used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, and
these rich river bottoms colored laborers ham Clinch his x mark, Ephram Coleman Smith his x mark, Henry it has always cured completely and left the

who are more free fromdanger of malaria, his x mark, Summersault: Cooper his x mark. Samuels his x mark, James I FRED W. HOYT 8s CO.FURNITURE. leg smooth.
arc trending in ever-increasing numbers. Jos Cook his x mark, Lee Cothron his x mark, Thos Sims his x mark, W It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. I

In Texas the melting snows of the far-dis- mark, Win H Courier, Henry Clay, his x Win Taylor his x mark, Thos I have recommended it to a good many, and !i;
tant Rocky Mountains, flowing; into the mark Freeman Copeland his x mark, Robt x mark, Abraham Tremmins his : they all say it does the work. I was in With- i I
arid regions of the northern part of the Cunningham his x mark, R W Colwel! his Richard Thomas his x mark, erington cClneeland'sdrug store,in Adams, I
Suite burst forth from the ground as rivers x mark, Jas Culpepper I his x mark, Santo 1 Thomas, Benjamin Talbot his x .. 'the other day, and saw a very fine picture ,I!
fully grown lending moisture to the soil Cribb his x mark, John Clauser, John Cran- 1 I mus Thomas his x mark, Roman you sent them. I tried to huy it, but could

over vast acres, even before the rivers appear dall, Chas Cooper his x mark, John S Clark, x mark. Win Thomas his x mark B. XOYES not;would they said if I would write to you that
in great springs. Throughout this vast area, Chas Cointe. Jas Drummond, Romeo Dene- son his x mark, Jeremiah you send me one. I wish you would,
fitted for the cultivation of the cotton plant goal John Douglas: Geo DeMott his x mark, mark, Jesse Tines his x mark, (Successor to W. A. SANBORN), ind I will do von all the good I can.
the soil( is filled with the shells of Matthew Downey, Edward E Dukehart terin his x mark, :\Moses Taylor, Very respectfully E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
;..,r-... ._, .. minute j Cornelius his Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
lulu.u,la, mat serve in part as the source of .....-!- r< Donovan'.... ,' Gilbert Dorsey his x 'u _L x ....mark. _Lohman_ 1..
the inorganic; material which is needed in IIHII""KJeo uorsey liis x mark,S L Den nette, mane, oimon Valentine his x I.
very great quantity to produce the cotton Andrew Dover, his x mark Wallace Daw- Vickery his x mark/ 0 J Van PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, Spavin i Cure.

p/ant./ O\'rall this great area is found a kins his x mark, Roderick Douglass, Daniel Thomas Wilkerson his x mark, WINES LIQUORS
climate which is not tropical and in the S Delaney, Latimore Edwards his x mark, Wilson his x mark, Louis \ GRAIN, ON IIUilIAX FLE8II.:

target part of this area white men, as well Chas W Estes, Julius Evans::, Frank Emer- mark, Curtis Williams his x of Second and Centre Streets, near
as blacks, can live in comfort and health. son his x mark, W R Ellis, J A Ellermann, Walker, John Washington his Steamboat Landing, VEVAY, JND., August 12, 1881.
Ti'e' mime ansummer temperature of the Van Ellison his x mark, Alik Foreman his StephenVrite his x mark, Daniel Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:

land cotton country is not as high as up-the x mark, Carey E Freeman, Stephen Fin lay, his x mark, R J Williams, James FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. GENTS-Sample of circulars received to

lower parts of Philadelphia or other parts Geo Fogarty his x mark. Michael Fitzpat- henry Walker his x mark, Dudley and Agent for Schooner Silas C. day. Please send me some with my imprint,
IVnnsylvania f while the extremes of heat rick, Benj Fuller his x mark, Freeman Per- his x mark, Frank Williams his Special rates for Merchandise in printed on one side only. The Kenda l's
in St. Louis are greater than in New Or- ril his x mark, Boston Floyd his x mark, Frank Weber his x mark Isaac quantities. :Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
leans. To Italians, French, Spanish and the Peter V Frank, John Felder his x mark. mark, Chas J W stberg, James for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- and not only for animals but for human

inhabitants Southern! Germany, who are John Finlay his x mark Henry Franklin, Soipio Williams his x mark B F CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
aL'cl1 ton'l1 to the climate of warm coun John Freeman, Paul Funke, Robert Fitzgerald garth Williams his x mark, in the world. leading farmers in our county, sprained an
tries, these portions of the! South offer homes his x mark, David Freeman his x liams, Wm Wilson Geo entfor B. F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
and work where a comfortable subsistence mark J W Flynn Frank Foster his x mark, Williams his x mark, Henry WS. remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
can be gained more quickly than elsewhere Carl Frank, henry Fletcher his x mark x mark, Tony Wyley his x 11 Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- did far better than he had expected ; cured
in this country, and where there is more Butler Francis Sr his x mark Butler Francis Wells his x mark,Benjamin 33 the sprain in very short order. i

than wealth. The use of the seed is adding Jr his x mark, Thos Fitzpatrick his x mark mark A Wishard Rufus ''' Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price )

profit to the production of the fibre. In the Benj Germain his x mark, Sidney Griffin his mark, Alfred Waas, George STOVES TIN WARE $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All
departments; of x mark, John Gardner. Thomas Williams his ETC druggists have
manufacture. which must Israel Grant his x x mark ___ it or can get it for you, or it
l ---- -
to' -----
( found near the fields-ginning, baling mark, Adam Gibbs, W E Gray, Stepney liams. Sam Wright his x mark, ---n -- will be sent to any address on receipt of
and pressing cotton-there is yet a vast field Green his x mark, Albert Glaiber, W J God wake his x mark Joseph "v. STREETY, price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KEN

fur invention and improvement, in which frey, Chas Grant his x mark,Jas Green his x Wells, Wm Wright his x mark. Street, opposite the Post-Office DALL & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
hut a beginning has been made. In the mark, Jos Gibbs his x mark, Fred Gibson Humus his x mark. Gale Williams Send for Illustrated Circular.

treatment of the seed, the extraction of oil his x mark, John Glizer his x mark. Henry Chas Williams his x mark. FERNAN DIVA, FLA. Sold

and flMhl| the.*..,..,conversion. :..___-- of the. remainder. into_ ,Gage.. ,,,..-1-R W'r.-II.ii.Godfrey____ .... ,.Peter. .Henderson his .y his'ot'lt,x-Williams-mark._.... Abraham Walker his by all Druggists. t''
M.U A main., juukiiiew nawKins his his x mark, Toby -
improvements nave been made. x mark, Geo -----
There ,i.. yet another field for profit in! the Henderson hix mark, Willis Hall his x his x mark, J W Whitens his x

| r"'e/Mon) i of the plant itself to purposes of C H Hoot, Thos Hubbard, Frank Holzen by ashington his x mark, July PATENTS
KT-aminaIs' and the investigation of dorf his x mark, John Haas, Henry Holzen- x mark Levy Young, Obed
>J .t has just begun. The fibre takes dorf Jr his x mark, Wm Hawkins his x mark, Adam Young, Samuel
fMI' : the soil! for each bale of 5 Pounds mark, Jacob Harris his x mark, F A Hardy mark. 3' vi"i tlnne MUNN k CO.,of the Sciiarrrnc AMERICAN con-
as Solicitors
Only for Patents, Trade
The ;the i pounds l of inorganic elements. Henry Hooper his x mark, Green Hender We the undersigned certify Marks, Copyrights, for the United States Canada
fertiu oil '"ay also he removed, and yet the son his x mark, Moses Hunter his x mark, above names were signed in our 4 N'l l l Patents England Ii'ranee.tennany.,etc. Hand Book about
',' of the soil will| not be touched. But John Hal"?et his x mark, Thos Headen his x FRANK A. W. ) Patents sent obtained free.throueh ThirtYIteven'ars'MUNN experience
not only i1 in the cotton-seed cake, but in the mark Henry; Harker his x mark, Allen GUSTAVE MINKLEY, In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest; are best noticed,and
rout, stalk\ stem, burr and hull of the! Harker his x mark, Moses Hooper Jr his x P. K. KRUSE. b rnl most Weekly.widely Splendid:circulated scientific paper. >13.20 a year.
I engravings and .t I
of Stallreis 5 per cent. of the phosphate mark Henry Holzendorf Sr his x mark, WILLIAM WILSON, l formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific interesting A mer-in
i lillie, magnesia and other inOr'ganic Thos Holzendorf his x mark, Henry Hart C. BAKER, AMERICAN lean sent free. Address MUNN A; CO. SCIENTIFIC
Office 261
lnatenal -200 to 225 pounds to his x mark, Ilobt Hanley his x mark \\ m JULIUS KLOTZ. Broadway, New York.:
cad. 1'tle, of J Hanley, Henry Hobein G.' A. LATHAM
plants Cotton are to he-found in the Henry Harley, S -- ----
abnutIn from which the bale is taken, or A Hayes, Alfred Hampton his x mark Henry F. C. LATHAM, PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor
the p'r cent of its weight. When allvriM Harker, Daniel Harrison his x mark, Geo J. W. LATHAM, for improvements in old

la parts of the plant are worked, as they Hill his x mark, Shade Hayes his x mark, THOMAS ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand .
fertilizers: 1"toIodder or directly into W H Hannahan, Jos Higgins, Cyrus How- HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN all patent business promptly attended
cotton fields may become richer ard his x mark, Jas Hazelton, Jas Hutcherson STA TE OF FLORIDA, INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
'Uced year; and land which has only proto his x mark,Jefferson Harris his x mark, COU.VTI'OF NASSAU j AND SHEET-IRON WARE REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-

one bale eight acres like Farish R W C Hummings, Win Jones his x mark, On this day personally AND GUTTERING, ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent -
urnlan's farm in Solomon Jackson his mark Louis Office, and engaged in PATENT
in a few Georgia, will be brought Jenkins me, A. Glaiber, to me well BUSI-
the .short years to two or three bales to his x mark Henry Johnson his x mark, Ed- being duly sworn, deposeth and & PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
acre -Boston herald ward Johnson his x mark, Allen Johnson each and and mark ents in less time than those who are remote
his x mark, Aswell Joemen, Lewis Joseph, the above every name stock of Stoves on hand. Give me from Washington.
was the act and
COLSS.iL STATUE OF GENERAL Parish Johnson, Ned Jones his x mark, the party purporting to have and compare my prices with those of When Inventors send model or sketch,
LEE. Rufus Johnson, Morris Jones Jacob Jenkins same, and that said signatures; houses, here or elsewhere. we make search in the Patent Office, and
The| his x mark, Stepney Johnson his advise as to its patentability free
new colossal bronze I x mark, in the presence of at least two THE' CELEBRATED of charge,
lhhert l E Lee statue of General Harry.Joseph his x mark, Robert Jones hisx witnesses and that there Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
which the Henry & Bonnard mark, Richard was no able and NO
:lanufacturillg Jackson, Edgar Johnson bery ; CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
Company of this city have his x mark Marshall procuring IS OBTAINED.We
finished. is said be Irons his x mark, Ed- tures or marks of said tt .
east 111 this 1 State. The, to the laTeteVergure ward Jones, Daniel Johnson his x mark appear signed to the above persons petition.A. | MONITOR OIL STOVES I refer by permission to the City Postmaster -
high on the 16 fee Harry Jones, Wm Joseph his x mark. David I and to the Superintendent "of the
and plinth 1 cast in six sections Joseph, his! mark -8 Post-Office
wei-bs in alllearl,8 x Simon Johnson Jr his x Subscribed and to before Money Order Division in Wash
head alone weighs! 305.v 7,000 pounds. These mark, J F Jones his x mark. ,Johnson his x 18th day of February.sworn A. D., 1884.GEO. ington. For special references,circular,service -
I1s General Lee in p')ands. It repre- mark, Chas Jones his x mark, WJ Jones hisx W. FOR SALE BY terms, etc., addressC.

an easy, natural posi mark, John Jackson his x mark Hardy Justice of the FRED W. HOYT & CO. A. SNOW &: CO., .
Opp.Patent Office.
Washington,D.C.2t ;

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I .FLORIDA as liable to be done to persons in the one bond for the whole purchase money or and dredging done, increasing the Why should not the fruit shippers i
case as in the other-in fact political discussion a part of it, the legal title, and consequently depth at high tide to about 10 feet. of Florida also encourage the putting ;

-- ------ -- ---- is, for the most part, systematic:i per- becomes In 1875 the of steamers
the property itself, Engineer Department on more from this port,
f FEBRUARY &?. 1884. version and injustice.
: .- The truth is that such theories of journalism vefted in the party buying subject to reported a project for a ship channelby which already admits of ocean steam-

.'i ;I A CARD. are never heard of where real news- my lien. If he pays me one-half: then this route between the St. Johns ships to the extent now needed?

._ The undersigned take pleasure in papers are published; and ten years hence, I[ have received back half of the valueof and the St. Marys river, the estimatedcost -- -

informing their friends, ,' and especially even here in Florida, they will seem as an- the property, and he has the half of which was as followsestimatesbeing NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
tiquated as the ox-cart and the spinning
t the patrons of THE FLORIDA wheel.-Times-Union, February 20. he has not paid for, and yet under the given for a channel of 11 feet -

.:;sa MIRROR, that they have purchased The Mirror is at a loss to accountfor present revenue law we are each as- and of 13 feet depth at high water :
'.": from the Florida Town Improvement the occasion of the above profound sessed for the same property, he for No. 1 channel 125 ft. by 13 ft.high waterS370,000

l,: Company the plant,fixtures and good remarks of the Times-Union. the; whole in any case, and I for the So. 2 125 ft. by 11 ft. _. 265,000 GAfy
No.3 80 ft. by 13 ft. .... 225,000
;i., will of THE FLORIDA. MIRROR news We have not, that we are aware of, ; amount of the mortgage or lien he has No. 4 80 ft. by 11 ft.Ie .... 160,000

;' paper and job printing establishment. given a lecture to the Times-Union on I given me. There is clearly but one I An appropriation of $50,000 was 4wuoyROZAL ,-

'- The purchase was consummated some journalistic propriety. We have certain value between us, but the law treats recommended for the commencementof RSWo1lOttlTLYf0.

weeks since, but as a removal of the views of our own for our own him as owning the whole of it, and if I work on channel No. 4. The ques- ,,

office to the more convenient and which have have a bond and mortgage for the
government, we some tion in its practical results would
centrally-located quarters in Duryee'snew whole of the purchase money I am
times given expression to in words, probably resolve itself into a channelof .
brick block, at the foot of Centre taxed for the full value also, and the
but have endeavored to give
about 100 feet wide and 13 feet
street, and an enlargement of the to It is same value is thus doubly taxed ; but
expression by our practice. deep at ordinary high water as one of
facilities of the establishment were possible that the Union basedits it is claimed my:.bond or the note he the self-maintaining capacity."
contemplated, we deemed it advisa- remarks the has given me is' ". -money at interest."
upon following para- The cost of such a channel based
ble to defer making the announcement I in last issue Is this a fact? What does it repre-
graph our :
I II upon the above statement, would
until all our arrangements were I. sent? Simplynever ,a,:debt which I may
We publish in our local columns as a probably be about 250000. General
completed.In the and receive a debt which I cannot 4KIJ4G
matter of general interest testimony ,
Gillmore stated} "that the object of
publishing this card, we are finding of the coroner's jury in the recent receive until it falls due'; all that can
this make Fer-
gratified to announce that there will unfortunate case of homicide. Our readers be said for it is that it is interest I am improvement was to
will thus obtain all the facts brought before nandina harbor the sea-port for St.
be no change in the editorial management entitled to receive on money. The
the jury. We have received several com- Johns river, and thus avoid the shal-
of THE FLORIDA MIRROR munications bearing upon the case but we utmost which can'be logically claimedis low and POWDER
j. dangerous constantly-shifting
newspaper publication. MR. GEORGE deem it best that the case should be tried by that I should pay a tax on the an-
bar which obstructs the mouth of that
: R. FAIRBANKS, who for the past four the courts and not in the newspapers. nual interest I am entitled to receive.Or Absolutely Pure.

= years has been the able editor of the We presume the Times-Union will take the case of borrowed money.I stream. POWDER never varies. A marvel
General Gillmore in
paper, will continue to hold the same recognize the propriety of avoidingthe had the money, I loan it to my Subsequently THIS purity strength and wholesomeness.
admission into the columns of a view of the proposed improvement of More economical than the ordinary kind:,
relations, thus insuring the same friend and take his note. He then has and cannot be sold in competition with the
St. Johns bar that the work
communications pro and reported multitude of low test,short weight, alum or
liberal treatment of all matters of newspaper, the money and I' have it no longer ;
which the law was of less importance. In his last phosphate powders. Sold mitt/ in cans.
r I ; public interest, and the high moral con, discussing cases I certainly we cannot both of us, at the ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
p report, however, he recommends a renewal New York.CuriositylVariety .
has taken cognizance of, and which 33 lOG Wall Street
standing for the publication that has same time, be possession of the same
vested with the of the work as important in con-
characterized it in the past. the courts only are money. Under the law he must pay :

As regards the job printing estab- control of. Street rumors, hearsay for money in possession, and I must nection with our coast defenses. As KIN'S:

evidence, etc., afford a very unreliable for what? some three years have now elapsed
for at
lishment, we have only a few wordsto pay money ,
since the work St. Johns bar
foundation for sound judgment. on began Store
say. The MIRROR has never been for my money over again which I have

in the habit of blowing its own Whatever legal evidence has been ,. parted with. The property is single, without any improvement, althougha and selected
Offers large carefully
adduced is properly made public, but larger amount has been expendedthan a
trumpet, although the unsolicited but the taxation is double and is

encomiums of disinterested connois- we can imagine nothing better cal- neither just, equal nor proper upon any the entire cost of the proposed STOCK OF HOSIERY

culated trouble in 13-foot channel between the two rivers,
to produce a community
seurs would have given us plenty of principle of just taxation.
than opinions based on street it would seem to be advantageous to For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.HCAJfcNTO .
occasions to do so, but we have pre- The effect of this double taxation on

; ferred to let our work speak for itself. talk, and mere rumors. We, there- money at interest is simply to raise the I the commercial interests of the St. : : IT:B tt C:3EIIB: : : FS,

fore reiterate our opinion that the Johns river to secure this outlet as an
We shall not change our policy now, rate of interest, or to prevent money Silk, Linen, and Cotton.
courts and not the are alternative and certain passage to the
except to state here that with the newspapers being brought here to aid the devel-
the tribunals for the trial of sea. It is in this view that the Hon.C. Gloves, Xeckties, Ribbons
largely-increased facilities of the establishment proper of the thousand industries
Towels Napkins.
Laces ,
cases involving life and liberty, in P. Cooper advocates in a letter ,
added to the best skill which need extraneous capital. Sup-
Dress Buttons
in the Herald the Uiiing;
justice both to the majesty of the published carry-
: that money can procure, the MIRROR \ pose that a party,is desirous of estab- and Notions Generally.
law and the rights of the persons in- ing out of this work of canalling
t'}? Job Printing Establishment is lishing a manufacturing business in
criminated. effectually this inside passage.
; now prepared to give orders quick Jacksonville. He needs ten thousand A new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES
We commend to the TimesUnionthe The subject certainly deserves at-
t : just received and marked low.
despatch at reasonable prices, and at dollars worth of machinery and bor-
following notice from the Economist tention, not with a view to the aban-
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the same time guarantee workmanship rows that amount in Jacksonville.
the of which donment of the work on the bar, but
journal ability :
equal to the best in the coun- a What taxes will he have to pay ? For Our Stock ofCOESETSis Very Superior.
none will question, and whose opin- as a more immediate relief and alter- -
try. State, city and county tax, $350, and
ions in such matters all will native outlet in case.
With this assurance on our part, the party who has loaned him the
: The work VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer ;a
was originally inauguratedin
we hope to merit a continuance of Our esteemed Jacksonville daily contem- money to purchase it with, and who tine variety.
poraries are engaged, or were a few days the interest of the counties and
the liberal heretofore bestowed holds his notes secured the machinery -
patronage upon
since in the worse than profitless discussionof towns lying on the St. Johns, and is of FLORIDA AND SEMI-TROPICAL CURIOSITIES
I upon this establishment. the guilt or innocence of young Eppmthe ;- purchased must also pay $350.A A SPECIALTY.
greater interest to them than it can be
: CIIAS. "T. LEWIS, slayer of Major Suhrer. A publication tax of seven per cent being thus

:', CIIAS. H. BERG. of the facts in cases of this kind may possi- levied on the same property and the to any other locality. j a?*Orders from the Country SolicitelKING &\ "(

bly be quite legitimate but comments on
tJi.I'ii; them in advance of a judicial investigationand manufacturer will be obliged to pay THE FUTURE OF ORANGE SHIPMEXTS. S ,

; The above card announces a change the trial of the accused are not we the whole of. this tax, either in the .
17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth St-!
J. in the proprietorship of the :MIRROR. respectfully submit, in furtherance of public form of an enhanced rate of interest or Now, I did not quite get through about

t.lr:{ MR. LEWIS is well known to the justice. by agreement to pay it. competition.: There is not only the St. -FOR-
Johns river, but there is the Transit Rail-
We must also express our surpriseat Under such ,law construction of ''
highly accomplished
f' public as a a or road as a competitor; you may either use = Ji'I'1 .==-.

',. t I business man, for many years a resident iIt. i- the use of such slang terms as the laws, what encouragement is there our lines or take theirs and there is another !: MACHINERY:

i of Fernandina, and having "rot" by the Thne Union, a slang for establishing new manufacturing or thing: the peninsula of Florida has an ,=!:
) certainly far below the position which ocean on both sides of it, and there is a L
It. charge of the Land Iepartment of any other kind of enterprises.We .
natural protection against kind of rates!' ,
the Thne.s-Union claims for itself in
the Transit Railroad. propose at another time to indi- that "
yon may term high rates. Todaythe
; MR.\ BERG'S ability as a practical journalistic literature. cate the remedy. rates are made by the steamers to New Go to F. M. Robinson,

f 'i I ;: printer and manager, and his skill -CAPITAL-DOUBLE---.--- --------- TAX- York, and we have got to compete with
: THE INLAND PASSAGE BETWEEN them. Everything is based that. All
and taste in the typographical art, ATION. MANUFACTURER and DEALER,
I THE ST. JOHNS RIVER AND our rates over the country are based on that,
i furnish assurance that the MIRROR\ Among the anomalies of our present FER NANDINA. and I look forward to the times when the

office will continue to maintain and revenue law in this State is that of It is now many years since the very orange crop is going to be so large that the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.-

increase its reputation for excellent doubly taxing the same property. The obvious advantages of opening this steamers are to take it off daily, and I expect -
: to see ocean steamers come into Jacksonville -
f work. last legislature struck out the word water-way attracted public attention.
when the improvements at the bar
; The work done in the MIRROR job 1 mortgages from the list of property, By the aid of avery moderate appro- are completed.-General Manager JIaines to

f .: ,,,: E," office will compare favorably with but as another clause of the act re- priation the passage was made navigable Time.-Union.

K ,::, j any executed in the best job offices ferred to moneys at interest, it has for steamboats and small craft, and As, the courteous general managerof b"TII}; NEW STORE.-3S

,, ..i!, of our Northern cities, and should been held that bonds or notes secured for many years 'the travel to Florida the Savannah, Florida & Western :B ( W. F. WOOD, Jr., } S

: therefore command home patronage. by mortgage are subject to taxation.In was by steamers from Savannah Railroad was being interviewed by the ,

6 .; :: The MIRROR\ office is a credit to our whatever.light this is regarded it through this inland passage. The first reporter of the metropolitan journalit C> { Proprietor, }} EJ

1. ;--, city and State. is no more nor less than double taxa- I appropriations were made in,1828, and was natural that the pleasant pros-
Cr >
.r tion. The Constitution of the State from that time to 1838 inclusive the pect of ocean steamers in the St. Johns C>

: "JOURNALISTIC PROPRIETY." I declares that all taxes shall be equal sum of $78,000 in all was appropriated, should be foreshadowed. If the jetty a: :
i We regret to see a journal of real ability
F .' like the Fernandina Mirror endorsing the and uniform and, yet under the exist- which was expended in dredging and improvements are successful doubtless

';' rot about a newspaper having no right to ing law, a large number of persons are the cut made by Z. Kingsley near the such will be the case, but the point s s

'J': comment upon occurrences that are liable paying each a tax on the same prop- drawbridge, and Gunnison cut, be- which strikes us in this connection is, AND

to come up in the courts. There is nothing those who maintain the law Sound and
erty ; tween Nassau St. Johns why should not the present
; I '. : in the domain of morals> religion, politics, S S
r or social order and no current event that set up the fallacy that the holder of a river.. From 1838 until 1874 no appropriations crop of Florida be concentrated in sus-

h the newspaper has not the right to discuss mortgage is possessed of property, were made ; in the latter taining a line of steamships from this 'P. IIFernandina
t '.t. :. if it believes the public welfare to be con- whereas he is only the possessor of a year $10,000 were appropriatedwiththis port semi-weekly or tri-weekly now?

cerned. If deeds of violence are to be left piece of paper which entitles him to small appropriation a cut was Mr. Haines with his usual sagacity O CC >
x, exclusively to the courts, then religion and
; morals should be left exclusively to the call upon another person, at a given made about 40 feet in width, with a and forecast sees the immense orange > } E

t churches, the liquor question to barkeepers time, for a given sum of money. It is high-water depth of about 9 feet. In and vegetable crops of the future to

P II "; and the temperance societies, and politics to not property in itself, it is not even March, 1879, the further sum of$7,000was be provided for, and the Plant Invest- :a { Cor. Centre & hir d. } S

the caucus and contention. If it is a viola- evidence of it is
h : property, simply what 1 appropriated, which was expendedin ment Company are already making '
tion of"journalistic propriety to comment STOJtETHE -
: the law calls it a chose in action." ] and the chan- J2S-TIIE SEW
If .:-- upon crime, it is equally violation to com- deepening improving provision in time for this great increase -

i ;: ;,"V X. went upon current politics for injustice is If I sell my house and take a mortgage nel, and several cut-offs were made of freights. .

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REAL ESTATE.Florida TO THE mark,Jas Hutherson his x mark, Ben Redding -

Benjamin Wideawake his x mark, CT. & T. XYOOIXVITE : :

., Board of County Commissioners, Thos Blake his x mark, Toby Williams hisx ?
Nassau County State of Florida. mark, Edward Johnson his x mark, An-

; ,7,,\."", drew Dover his x mark, Amos Roberson hisx THE ATTENTION OF THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSTO .
mark, Ned Williams his x mark, Alek

'" RESPECTFULLY ASK TO BE GRANTed Foreman his x mark, James Avery his x THEIR .:'

I l a license for the sale of Ales, Wines mark, Samuel King his x mark, W H Le

and Liquors in the City of Fernandina, and Cain, Frank Williams his x mark Fred B New Fall ,

.. enclose herewith signatures of a majorityof Lewis, Isaac Pino his x mark,Jno Washington Goods .Now Opening

.".I"', the registered voters of this Precinct, as his x mark, Geo Anderson, Chas Grant, ,
{,{; ,: required by law. Seek Mitchael his x mark, Lymus Thomas,


'. ". ',:, Amos Atkinson his x mark, Geo Hendersonhis

tJ,: .' We, the undersigned, voters of Election x mark, JnoBaker his x mark, Jos Ba- Novelties in Silks

,t' Precinct 1, in Nassau County, respectfully ker his x mark, Louis Deas his x mark, ,
fA.. ', request that the above petition be granted. Mathew Hawkins his x mark Lee Cathron,
.1.,-: Wrn Blue, sr, his x mark, Jno Jackson hisx Dress Goods Velveteens
P C Latham. G A Latham, R McBean, ,
C' mark, Henry Samuel his x mark, Peter
Edward E Dukehart, Jas Annette, Samuel
Blue his mark Win Blue Jr. his mark
"I x x ,
Brown, Alfred Collins, Henry Clay, Samuel Cashmeres Prints .
Samuel Cammel his x mark, Richard Nel- ,
Wright, Marshall Irons his x mark, Hogarth
his mark Bristo Roberts his mark
x x ,
Williams his x mark, Geo Norman his x
Robert Miller his mark, Sam Young his Cambrics etc. etc.
,". mark Win J Crim, Doik Scott his x mark, x x ,
'j mark, Sandy Williams his x mark, Allen
Albert Young Jesse Tines
Levy ,
; Johnson his mark G :E Wolff, Francis
x ,
his x mark, Louis Jenkins his x mark, Wrn
.; Wilson Jonas McCall his mark Willis Frank, Dempsey Alexander, Moses Hunterhis
x ,
mark. JnoV Smith Sr his mark AT LOW
: Walters his x mark, Dan King his x mark,
Benjamin Talbot his x mark Thos Headenhis
Peter Bonaud, It Williams, Roderick -....
x mark Lehman Thomlinson his
Baker Merrick Williams, Jas Thomas, Ben
mark, J A Ostrander, Jos King, Caesar Baker
Thomas, Lawrence Johnson hisx
Lang Edgar
his x mark,Samuel Cribb. Jno Rikart, Isaac Goods
mark John his mark Columbus House-Keeping-
King x ,
White his x mark, Chas Baker his x mark,
Thomas his mark Williams his x
a. x Scipio Romeo Donegal, Samuel Pinkney his X I A FULL ASSORTMENT.
mark Geo Jos Blake Jas Jenkinshis
',;. Bryant, mark, Paplo Rodgers his x mark Harry
mark Curtis Williams his mark
x x his mark, Renaldb McDonald, David
Joseph x -
Blankets and Comfortables
Gustave Minkley. Fred Baker his x mark ,
I Proctor, IaiahIorrison his x mark, A
., Israel Grant his x mark, V R Bristol. Robt R )Iannc,", Wm F Courter,Jos Ligeour Ab- OF ALL GRADES.
Hanley his x mark, Julius Evans, Robert '
ner Blake his x mark, Andrew Brown his'x
Jones, \V B Thompson. Isiah Wighte, Tony mark, S L Denette, J W Robinson, Wm H .J'jiJ-: Special atttention is called >
Wyllie his x mark, Moses Hooper Jr his x FI-ne
Hannahan, Henry Peterson: Sam Love- UCIIlO Cloth-Ing i
mark Warren Commodore his x mark, Geo to our ENTIRELY NEW stock of ,
touse his x mark, Louis Watson his x: : mark,
Fogarty his x mark, Ned Jones his x mark, elegant cut and Inanllrtlcture.Gents' .
Emanuel Pappena his x mark Thos A ,
Lands. Jas Williams his x mark, Alfred Hamptonhis Hardy, Francis< Jones his x mark. Geo Wilson !- I
x mark, Cupid Armstrong his x mark; Goods
his x mark, Michael Fitzpatrick, James Furnishing all the new st'les.
It W C Samuel ,
Harley Hnmmings,
Henry ,
Love, Jr, Peter V Frank, Stephen McCannhis
Lizzemore his x mark, W J Jones his x
x mark, :Marshall Jenkins his x mark,
mark, Eddie Reynolds, Henry Smith his x Boston his mark Jas Stewart his
Floyd x x
?owrmcES.Ladies' and Gents' Underwear
his mark Frank "AT :
mark, Stephen Finlay x mark, Wm Hawkins his x mark, W J Han- < '
Peninsular I--- Holzendorf his x mark, Jas McKay his x
The mark
ley, April Bo impart his x Cornelius
mark,July Young his x mark,Henry Walker Donavan, Henry Baird, C Comte, J W
Berry Kennedy, Ben Germain,Thos Keyser, Mooney, Daniel Kelly. D Alverson, Lewis 1 1JfirVe are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

ANDTlopica1 Prince Brooks, Win Taylor his x mark, A Johnson his x mark, Simon Johnson Jr, York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
Wishard. Stephen Write his x mark,Samuel
his x mark, Henry Gage, Julius Klotz. Wm
Brown, Samuel Savage his x mark, John :Martin: Jas T O'Neal. C S Biisbee, Henry

-] Florida Freeman, John II Brown, Wm King his x Fletcher his x mark, R V Dalfoney, Sidney J. & T.

mark, Frank :McDonald his x mark, John Griffin his x mark, Henry Hooper his x KYDD,
Wells his x mark, Morris Jones his x mark,
mark, Jas Lawson his x mark Geo H Clay
RAILROAD COMPANIES Peter McCall,Win Cooper his x mark, Henry his x mark, W F V Scott, Jack Johnson hisx FERNANDINA, FLA_
Commodore his x mark, Chas Mann, Rufus ;
mark, Myers Lizzemore his-x mark, David --
Walker his x mark, S C Svenkerud, James Brinson his x mark, Henry Knabb his x

OFFERING LANDS IN THE Hazelton, Louis Spauldinghis x mark, Robt mark, Josiah Williams his x mark, John RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.MALLQRTS .
ARE Cunningham his x mark, John Finlay his x .
Harget his x mark Benjamin Fuller his x .
COUNTIES OF mark, Solomon Jackson his x mark. Henry mark, II 0 Smith his x mark, Thos E Bless,

Bell, Robert Brown his x mark. Chas Mc- Jas Albert his x mark, Jos Cook his x mark, STEAMSHIP LINE !

Rori, Dread Benton Stephen Washington Parish Johnson his x mark, Paul Capalia hisx

his x mark, Willis Hall, Stepney Johnsonhis mark, HenryV Smith his x mark, Wm
ALAOHU x mark, Ben Wright his x mark. Isaac
;, Birt his x mark, Daniel Harrison his x
McCall his x mark, Lewis Cooper his x mark, mark Stewart his x mark
Plato King his x mark. Henry Hughes; Elias
PUTNAM Symkens his x mark, W R Ellis John
;, McFarland, Richard Roberts: Charles Jones Clallser,JuoGlizer his mark, Jos P Adams,

his x mark, Sam Walker, Jas Lang, John Wm Wright: his x mark, Geo Dorsey, Jr, hisx
MARION Benjamin, Ephraim Coleman his x mark, Alfred
mark Jas Cl11peprr his x mark, Al-
; Rufus Johnson, John Felder his x mark, Hansel Keith
berti his x mark, his x mark,
Jos Proctor his x mark, Walter Roberts hisx H M Tison his x mark, Shade Hayes his x

SUMTER ANDHERNANDO mark, Henry H Baker, Thos Mitchell hisx mark,Alexander Brinson his x mark, Henry

mark, Obed< Young his x mark, Jacob Allen his x mark, Jack Baker his x mark,

Miller his x mark, Dudley Williams his x It W Calwell his x mark, Allen Harker hisx
;, mark, Jos Longwood his x mark, George -
mark, Louis Paplio his x mark, Robert
Robinson, Jas MuDuHy: his x mark, Samuel Tucker his x mark, Thos Franklin his x c:
Vickery his x mark, Jos Bowls his x mark,
AT PRICES FROM mark, Allen Mitchell his x mark. Stephen
Peter Miller Sable Keyser his x mark, Isaac :Morris:\ his x mark. Richard Roberts, Sr. his x
Sharkley his x mark, Lewis Joseph his x
mark Richard
Thomas his x mark, George
mark, Gilbert Dorsey his x mark, Moses
Williams Nicholas Fosterin his x mark,
$1.25 to $10 per Acre. Taylor, Jos Gibbs his x mark, Chas Williamshis John L Whaley: his x mark, Jacob McClure.
x mark, Wallace Dawkins his x mark.
hiS :x mark, t' U Ferrel, Peter Peterson his :x s

Frank Emerson his x mark, Daniel Baxter, mark, Daniel Smith his x mark, Henry F .
Simon Johnson: Ed Mordecai, Robt Butler Franklin PV Kin1:: Ferreira, Richard =? ....: -= ;: :
All these lands are in the central his x mark, Harry M Smith, John Stephen W H Godfrey. Wabby Washington his x "-

his x mark, Henry Wells, Stepney Green mark, Chas E Purdy, Peter Johnson his x -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-

peninsular portion of the State, and his x mark, John Amen; Summersault mark, Washington Little his x mark, Pa- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1,080 T<)NS.
Cooper his x mark Tony Riley his :x mark,
within fifteen miles of Railroads in Henry Holzendorf Sr his x mark, Henry rish mark.Simmons John L his Smith x mark, Emil Levy 0 Friend Leggins, Wm hisx STA.TJT oir T Exit.S, . 1,3'LS TONS.

Holzendorf Jr his x mark Jacob Harris hisx CARON DELET, lOt! I'OIVS.
Lake Thos Heidt, G Stark, Chas H Berg,
successful; operation, traversing a ter- mark. Sandy Sye his x mark, Augustus Wm H Conrter, Arthur Steil, Wm L Hard- ",VESTEUX TLxAS -. 1,210 TOSS'S.
Mosley his x mark Harry Johnson, John
ritory which is being more rapidly Smith his x mark, Andrew Perry John ing, Thos Hubbard.

fettled: and developed than any other Crandall,Stephen Steward his x mark, David We, the undersigned, certify that all the ONLY .LINE TO NEW YORK.
Freeman his x mark, Geo Hill his x mark.
above names were signed in our .
part of the State. Daniel Mitchael his x mark, B F Rich, A J presence.F.

Braswell, Mon Warren, Chas Westberg, R. KRUSE. of HIP above STEAMERS will sail from FEUNANDINA FOR NEW YORK:

The fertility of the soil and accessibility Ed Johnson his x mark, W Lizzemore Peter GUSTAVE MINKLEY, ONE THURSDAY; AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains From Jacksonville :-
Henderson his x mark, John Jones his x Peninsular Railrond.
LEVI YOUNG, Cedar Key, and
to the largest and best markets mark, Cam Robinson his x mark. Jordan
THOMAS WILKERSON, Transfers between Fernsimliim and New
This Line, having: no
Smith. Freeman Ferril! his x mark, Mingo
make these lands particularly desirable Anderson his x mal k. Henry Martin his x CVESAR BAKER ,
mark, :Merrick: Alberti his x mark Henry FRUITS:: VEGETABLES, and others.
for the cultivation of fruits and Harker his x m irk Daniel Johnson his x R. A. :\['BEAX.P. The traveling public are offered the advantages! of a DIRECT LINE md UNSUR-
mark. Win Joseph Geo Avery his x mark,
early vegetables for shipment. For Geo Riley his x mark, John C Itntishauser, KING, connections at FERNANDINA FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD -
J. U. RUTISHAUSER, and thence Steamers to all points on the ST.
John A Ellermann, It Austin, W H Pope
large and immediate profits there is JULIUS KLOTZ, JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
C A Noyes, E P Noyes, J W Flynn, B F .
Waas J Warren RAILROAD for ALL ;
the with
industry equal to Gardner, A B Noyes, Henry Hobein, Albert COUNTY NASSA, JOn PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and

Glaiber, Frederick Kruse, Alfred Lucas, Jas for LAKEVEIIt..
raising of early vegetables for Northern Mooney, Hill C Bradford, Z Nikola, John this day personally appeared beforeme THROUGH KILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

Barr, Carl L Lange Henry Muller Jacob Arthur Steil, to me well known, who,
markets.For freight, rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to
being duly sworn, deposeth and that ; passage
Klarer, Owen Kelly, Jos Mode, C II Huot. says
new and descriptive circular JF Lohmaun. Win Streety, J S Lee, C H each and every name or mark affixed to the R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent: ,

Saunders. Geo L Martin, C W Morgan, W E ; above petition was the act and deed of the FERN AXDIN, FLORIDA.

address Gray, W J Godfrey, 0 J Van Nostrand, Carl !. party purporting to have signed the same, C. MALLORY & CO.

CHAS. \V. LEWIS Frank, J Madden:: Thos Madden Charles and that said signatures; \ were signed in the Pier 20( East River. New York. 51-
Muller Antonio Armentero Jos H Newton, presence of at least two creditable witnesses,

Land Commissioner Jasper W Latham, Jos Higgins, A Waas, J I and that there was no fraud bribery or deception -

Douglas 0 B Murray, John McDermott, Jos in procuring said :signatures or GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY ETC.

Fernandina Fla. Wilkenson, Robt Fitzgerald his x mark marks of said persons whose names appear .---
--- ---
Or Ocala Florida. Henry Barker, P W 0 Koerner, J T Mitchelhis signed to the above petition.
x mark, Ben Mitchel his x mark, Wm ARTHUR STEIL.
Knabb his x mark, Frank Foster his x Subscribed and sworn to before me this H.E.: DOTTEREL

mark, Charles A Newman, Henry Hart, I, 22d day of February" 1884.

:. zendorf his x mark, Aaron McCall his x I I Notary Public.

mark Jeremiah Thomas his x mark, David I '
Moody his x mark, Samuel Owens his x ST. JOSEPII'S ACADEMY \\1=* I III

mark, Geo DeMotte his x mark, Louis Williams Fcrmimlina, Fla. :
his x mark, Cyrus Howard his x { FIFE: FAMILY GROCERIESt: [}

mark, Latimore Edwards his x mark, Jas THIS INSTITUTION, UNDER THE

Love his x mark, Jefferson Harvis his x of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, !
.y *
mark, James Bell, Wm B Bell Jos Baker is pleasantly located in one of the healthiest I I

his x mark, Obed :McDonald: his x mark, portions of Florida.

-;, ", '. Geo Sopsion his x mark, Fred Gibson his x The building,which was erected especially EMBRACING MEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF

mark, Butler Francis his x mark, :Moses: for a Boarding School, is large and airy. .

..'.. {..,' Armstrong his x mark, Daniel Williams hisx The Course of Instruction is thorough and

mark, Chatham Clinch his x mark David solid, comprising, both in English and FANCY IMPORTED GROCERIES.

Joseph, Jas Morris:: his x mark, Charles French, all the branches of a good educil-

Cooper his x mark, Wm Jones his x mark tion. Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and
'"., Henry Scott his x mark, Petty Burrows, W Bedding, per quarter, $40.50. Music Lessons ONPURE L Y SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS

.-j'...- H Sncad, RT Reddick his x mark, Henry with use of Instrument, $12.00.

Keyser his x mark, Abraham Tremmins his Plain Sewing and every variety of Fancy AND OF GOOD QUALITY.

". x mark, Geo Clinch his x mark, Robert 'I Work taught without additional charge.

McDonald his x mark, Roman Cribb, John i Payments required in advance.

..,.' ., :: Alberty his x mark Freeman Copeland his' Schools will reopen October 1st. 1883. ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF

." x mark, Manuel Nattiel his x mark, Am- For further particulars, apply to the Acad- + "
brose Roberson his x mark, Jno Elbert hisx emy. 42Xotlce -; ..J.U -

,, t't mark, Edward Rodgers his x mark, Owen I FINE TEAS AND COFFEES] _'
to Tax-Payers.
,'" Love, Jas Lang, Jr, Thomas Lang his x .
mark, Adam Young, J B Bellows, Wm 1 am now prepared to receive the taxes -++- *ttt* -j-

Sharpe, A W Lohman, Jas Drummond hisx for the city of Fernandiria. assessed for the
: mark. Roman Traey his x mark, Chas W year 1883 J. E. MEDDAUGH, THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION TTY.ET 4.\N iii:': i JLuCUBKD.

: '. Estes, Cupid Armstrong his x mark, Lawrence City Tax Collector. ---
Wilson his x mark July Mitchel hisx Fernandina, December i5. 1883,

"' mark, Abraham Walker his mark, Alonzo NEW GOODS Rrc-clvfcu by Every Steamer.
: For Sale at a nal'gain.Iiller's .
.t .t'' Ellisson his x mark Thos Wilkerson his x A :\ Piano. -

', I mark, S A Mode, Newton Bradley his x FEED W. HOYT. Cor. Second anal :'.Jltre Sts.. FEUXXDIXFLA''.

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BAKER COUNTY. [ Sheriff" A. B. Crutchtield, Ocala. RAILROADS -
.. States-- Officers. County, Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of lares-Henry W. Long. FLORAL CITY ROUTE

I OlerkJ.. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of. Reteuue'V. F. Trantham,
;: t LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sluriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala IME CARD WESTERN I>.
Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. 'Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Superintendent of Schools M. L. Paine, OF THE (Central, or Ninetieth Jleritliall, 1 ll/e.

f '.0.- Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. derson., Fort McCoy. FLORIDA. TRANSIT- &; PENINSULARAND JACKSONVILLE=, November 18 >3"
U Surveyor-General llala.c\ri\ Martin, Talla Collector of Ret'enue-J. R Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. CODIE CI G this date, Trains, l8K

t., hassee. der&on. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. its connection will on this
DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of ScJiools-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. lows : rUn a 1'01.
'; : Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. WESTWARD.
.. Marshal BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney: Jr.. No. 3.
:, v J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. In Effect January 14th, 188 Nu !.
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. Accom.City .
Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, Leave Jack onville....... 3.40 pm Mail
-i. INTERNAL REVENUE. lteriff-'V. W., Tumblin, Starke. Key West. GOING SOUTH. Baldwin ............ 5.45 P 111 8.00 a'bl
;I, 1 Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools-J. V. Harris,Key Day Pas. Nt Pas U Lake ........... 9.55 Pill 10.4 8.4-1_ a bl,
-:: COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. West. A.M. P.M. Live Oak.......... 12.50 a m : a tU
'=, John W. Howell Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Fernandina.................. 7.15 6.40 :Madison ............ 2,45 a m 11.1.Ifi an}
Santa Fe.Superintendent. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.45 ArriveMonticello: PhI
County 7.25 ....... 5.30am
Edwin J.
Judge-Hinton Baker
John F.Higgins House,St.Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina.} Fernan Arrive Callahan................... 8.38 8.25 Tallahassee...... 7.05am 3.00 Pm
'.. :' Augustine. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards Leave Callahan...................... 8.50 9.10 Leave Tallahassee......... 7.45 a m 3.50 pm
BREVARD COUNTY./ Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Leave Dutton.................. ..... 9.17 9.45 ArriveQuincy ....... ...... 0.25; a m 4.00 pm
'I Fernandina. Leave Branch............. Chatta. 5.03 pm
State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Brandy 9.32 10.02 River_...,11.15 am
Point. nandina. Garland, Fer- Arrive Baldwin.................... 9.50 10.25 Leave River Junction... 5.45pm

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue Warren Leave Baldwin...................... 9.55 11.00 Arrive:Marianna........_ 6.6.00).') pm
Governor Win. D. Bloxham Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. F. Scott.. Fer Leave Maxville....................10.22 11.24 -' Pensacola........... ; pm,

Lieutenant-Governor- ,toll Tallahassee.W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- Leave Highland] ....................10.40 11.48 "" Montgomery...... ll-4.pm 6.5. ani

W'est. na. botham Callahan. .- A.M. .. :Mobile.............. 4.45
Key State-John L. Collector of Revenue A. D. Johnston Or- Leave Lawtey........................10.55 12.07 New Orleans.... 10.10 a nl
Secretary. of Crawford. Tallahassee lando, Orange county.Superintendent ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Temple's.................. .11.10 12.29 11 Nashville.......... 7.15 a m

D. Barnes of Schools-:M. E. English County Judge-J. :M. Beggs, Orland.> Leave Starke.......................11.30 12.39 Louisville......... 2.:)) pit,
,. Comptroller Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle, Tallahassee., Tallahassee. Titusville. Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. Leave Thurston................ ...11.48 12.57 .I Cincinnati......... 6.4.1am; a n),
Sheriff Thomas J. Shine Fort Reid. ,
Attorney-General-George P. Ilaney, Talla COUNT Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort Arrive Waldo........ ..............12.08 1.25 EASTWARD.
hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange Reid, Fla.Collector. Leave Waldo.......................12.20 1.40 No. 4. Xu. :j.

Tallahassee.Commissioner of Lands-P.. W. White. Park. of Re'/Jenue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford Leave Gainesville.................. 1.05 2.36 ArriveJacksonville....... 7.30am Accom. Mail..

Clerk-J.. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford, Leave Arredondo.......... ......... 1.23 3.00 Leave Baldwin ............ 9.00pm
Foster Superintendent Tallahassee.of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, 'I Leave Palmer........ ............... 135 3.15 Lake City........... ?6.00am 20 8.21 pm

Springs. Fort Reid. Leave Archer....................... 151 3.35 Live Oak............12.15am a m 6.lSpm
Adjutant-General-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave Bronson....................... 2.20 4.10 Madison ............ 5.:?} pm
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Rezenue-A. S Chalker. Judge of Probate' -B. Harrison, Palatka.' Leave Otter Creek................. 2.57 4.58 :3Ionticello ......... 8.40pm 4.03pm
(Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-R. W. Davis, Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. Leave Rosewood.................... 3.30 5.44 Tallahassee......... 5.50pm 1.5.3pm

Middleburg. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas Shally. Arrive Cedar Key.................. 4.00 6.20 Arrive Tallahassee........ 3.55 4.40pm pm 1.01 1.11 pm

\ Clerk-R. C. Long Tallahassee. Assessor-A. J. Woods GOING NORTH. Leave Quincy.............. 2.20pm 11.56am pm
Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price. Leave Chatt'chee Riverl2.10pm
Clerk-John Vinzant Jr. Lake Day Pas. Nt Pas. 11.15am
Building Jacksonville. City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. River Junction...
j' A.M. 11.00am
i SUPREME COURT. Assessor Sheriff-J.of Taxes-A.,Yo Perry,D.Lake Brown City.Lake Strickland. Leave Cedar Key................... 7.00 P.M.7.50 Marianna......... 10.05am

,; Chief Justice-E. :M.: Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes J. L. Parish, Lake City.City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Rosewood.................... 7.32 8.35 Leave" Pensacola.......... 5.15am
Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools- -JuliusPotsdamer, County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek.................. S 03 9.15 Montgomery..... 9.45pm
Lake City. Sheriff-Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39 10.05 Mobile.............. 11.55pm
Associate Justice-R.. B. Van Valkenhurgh, I, DUVAL Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Archer ........................ 9.07 10.42 New Orleans...... S 6.15pm
Jacksonville. __h__, Superintendent of.Rr.hnnJs-T-,. -.1. -Fm1kllp1'-.......-.. Leave Palmer ........................ 9.23 11.02 Nashville... .........: 8.25am
bounty Judge-William A. MCi Can, Jack it T_.-_..:'a":..n-..<.>,........... ,"
Clerk V. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Perry. Leave Arredondo................... 938 11.19 I .y. J..W a.u.
sonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Gainesville.10.00 11.45 Cincinnati ......... 8.55pm
CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County SurL'eyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Arrive Waldo. 12.40A. Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily
First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Rez'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. M. except Sunday.
: sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson.ST. Leave Waldo.10.52 2.00 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville

!; Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. sonville. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Thurston....................11.13 2.30 to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers
Collector of Revenue Moses J. Brown, Leave 2.47 Jacksonville to New Orleans daily.
.1 Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augus Leave Temple's 2.55P. CONNECTIONS.
{ Fourth Circuit-James :M. Baker, Jackson- : Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine. .

;. ville. sell Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave ....... .. M. At Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
Lawtey .. ..........12.17 3.20 all points North
Fifth Circuit-Thomas. P. King, Gaines- HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Leave Highland..... .............12.33 3.40 dina & Jacksonville and East; with the Fernan
ville. of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. Railroad for Fernan
Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Leave Maxville. 4.05 dina} ; and with Steamers for all points on
Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. I Collector of Arrive Baldwin 1.20 4.40 the St. Johns River, St. Augustine
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Sheriff-Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine.Superintendent Revenue-Joseph. F. Llambias, Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.25 5.20 At Baldwin with Florida Transit, etc.

Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. of Schools-C. F. Perpall Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.45 5.45 insular Railroad for Gainesville, Ocala itPen Fer-
Court Calendar. Collector of Revenue-W. H. H. McLeod. St. Augustine. Leave 2.00 6.05 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
FIRST CIRCUIT. Columbia County.Superintendent Arrive Callahan.................... 2.28 6.50 At Live Oak, with the Savannah
Fall Term- of Schools-J. W. Reed, SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 2.35 7.35 &; Western Railroad.At Florida
Santa Rosa, 2d :Monday: in October. Jasper. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 8.50 Tallahassee with St. :Marks
Walton, 4th Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Arrive Fernandina................ 3.50 9.25 Railroad on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Branch Sat-

Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th :Monday: County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor Sheriff J.of S.Taxes-A.Dyches, B.Leesburg.Goodwin. J.lifJ"" Day Passenger daily except Sunday; urdays.At .
in October. ville. Chattahoochee River with
Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. I'ensa-
Washington, Monday:: after 4th :Monday: Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. ,. Sumterville.Collector of Ret'C1me-Jo -eph Hutchinson, cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen

in October. Sheriff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. sacola, :Mobile :Montgomery, New Orleans
Jackson, Monday: after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R J. Bradley, Brooks- ston Superintendent, Sumterville.of Schoolt-A. H. Helven- DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,
October. ville. GOING SOUTH. and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
Monday: in December. Collector of Ret'enue-F.M. Hedich, Brooks- SUWANEE COUNTY. Columbus and Eufaula.
Pas. 2ft
Day Pas.
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live The Shortest. Quickest and Best Route to

10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, Oak. Leave Waldo.......................12.25 P.M. A.M.1.40 all points. West.Sr .

Spring Term. Fort Dade. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Dixie.........................12.47 2.10 the.f NEW Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Hawthorne............ ..... 1.03 2.33 Central SHORT LINE via the Florida

Spring Term- County Judge-II. L. Crane, Tampa. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Lochloosa.................... 1.20 2.57 and Western Railroad.
$I Taylor. 1st. Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28 secured Through at Tickets Company's and Sleeping Car Berths
I April.Madison Wei born. Depot Ticket Office.
Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 and at
1 2d Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones Leave Silver Spring.............. 2.48 and new office southwest corner of Bay

:r Hamilton, 4th :Monday in April. Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens Live Oak. Leave Ocala............................ 3.05 4.45 W.Hogan M. DAVIDSON Jacksonville Fla.
Suwanee, 1st :Monday: after 4th ,
Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40 General
in April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson County ,Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter Arrive Wildwood.................. 4.12 6.15 Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
Columbia', 3d :Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. prise. Arrive Lees urg..................... 4.45 7.30 Gen'l WILLIAM: O. AMES,
in April. Clerk-John W. Dickins Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla.
Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday: JEFFERSON. SheriffW.. A. fYme. Enternri, Enterprise._ GOING NORTH. WALTER G. COLEMAN,
: in April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes- --"----p.-- A.M. P. M. Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville. Fla.

; Fall Term- Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Cove. S. D. Hodges, Glen Leave Lccsbu rg...................... 6.25 6.15
;:>\ Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday in Clerk"". C. Bird, :Monticello.\ Collector of Ret'enue-P. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 6.55 7.00
: October. Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor, Cove. N. Bryan, Glen Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40

Madison, 2d :Monday in October. :Monticello. Superintendent Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42
Hamilton, 4th :Monday\ in October. County Treasurer-W. :M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise. of Schools-L. D. Huston, Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22

Suwannee 1st :Monday after 4th :Monday: ticello. Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9..8
in October. Collector of Rt-'t'eillte-J. H. Tucker, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Orange Lake................ 9.12 10.08 CURTIS A
Columbia, 3d :Monday\ after 4th :Monday: in ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45 CO. ,
October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Sheriff=-Charles Al igord, Crawfordville. Leave Hawthorne................... 9.54 11.15 EAL ESTATE
J. Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th :Monday keenah. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. I Leave Dixie.........................10.11 11.35A. R AGENTS,
J: in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, M. ST. MARY'S GEORKIA!

: ., FOURTH CIRCUIT County J/J.dge-'V. J.' Dixon, New Troy. Crawfordville. Arrive Waldo.... .... ............10.35 12.15
: ) Spring Term Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw 33"*Day Passenger daily except Sunday Loans procured, Mortgages ne otiated.Exchanges
fordville. ;
1 St. John's 2d Tuesday in :March. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Night effected.
Troy. Collector of RCl.'enue-R. C. McMi11anCraw I Passenger daily. :Mill Sites, Town Lots from 4
l'/ Clay, 4th Tuesday in :March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C. RamseX ew 25 feet to
f : Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville. I acres, Lauds and Plantations from 5 to 5,000

Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. :M.: N. Peacock, New ford Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. acres, for sale.

"i.. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. ville. GOING sOt"TU.Lea.e X. B._"St. Mary's having been selectedas

Fall Du Term-val. 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, Fernandina....................... 4.30 p. m. Canal the terminus under of the Atlantictt Mississippi
Old ( the
I L St. John's 2d in Town. THE FLORIDA Leave Hart's Road...................... 5.10 p. m. ment General survey made for Govern-
}I 4th Tuesday in September. I. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6.15 p. m. construction by Gillmore), charters for the
Clay, Tuesday September. New Troy. of which having been granted
s" Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. Ti iOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY:\ GOING NORTH. by the United States Government and the

I: Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. Leave Jacksonville.................... 9.00a.m. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Slieriff-A. Moseley, Tallahassee. Leave Hart's Road....................10.05a.m. increase in the value of adjacent lands may
Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Fcrmimiiiia, .. be confidently looked for. (See New York

t FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent Schools Henry N.Felkel, 9 Sun, 27-3-83.)
l Spring Term- Tallahassee. Towns
on R. R. Line.
\ Sumter, Monday in :March.\ Treasurer-.. L. Demilly Tallahassee.
:Marion\ 4th :Monday in :March.: Collector of Rczenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- CONNECTIONS.
j I ,; Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th :Monday in hassee. And Cedar Key.

'; March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. AT FERNANDINA, FLA.,
.f Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in '
With New York
and Fernandina Steam
March. SEA
t ship Line from New York
I Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th :Monday\ in Offers to Lessees ,and Purchasers on Tuesday, and
4 : t'i. March. Clerk-J.:: Barco, Bronson. a large for New York on Thursday. -TOS -
i ".; Fall Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. With Sea Island Route from and to Savan
Term- -
I.'' Sumter. 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. number of the most eligible and desirable l nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday. A CT Al\TlOT.A.I3: :

+ I :Marion, 3d Monday in uctooer. Key.Collector of. RC'I.'enue-TI. K._ _TJarrn n, __, CPf1m'_____ Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for AT CALLAHAN.To .

L I" Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- __ _"and_ _!from_L_ ......Savannah.. ...and, _Charleston.. THE STEAMER
; Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. City or Suburban Residences, auu an points i orui anu west, uany.AT .
Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in CITY OF BRIDCETOX

I SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. :M.: Witherspoon, :Madi: UPON EASY To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
TERMS. and all points South West
:::1 Spring Term- son. and Northwest,
.'1 Orange, 4th :Monday\ in January. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, :Madison. daily.
'j Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. BE'ggsIadison Liberal AT HAWTHORNE,
,1 Brevard, 1st Monday in March. .__ Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Discounts on Values allowed to To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
I Dade 3d in Madison.
Monday April. .
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- -- -
.T Fall Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. With
'. Orange, Monday:\ in August. Collector of Rct'enueB. D. Wordsend Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand FERNANDINA FOR SAVAN-
enterprises who will Tampa daily LEAVES
erect on the except Sunday.
Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Madison. property With after the arrival of the evening
1 ., Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-" P. Thompson, Mad purchased substantial daily .to and from Leesburg trains from JACKSONVILLE and CEDAR
Dade, 2d Monday in November. ison. improvementsfor except Sunday.AT I KEY, on Sunday Wednesday, reaching
on following morning.
i MANATEE COUNTY. residence, or in which to conduct
County Officers. County Judge-Z.. Crawford Manatee. their With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key Returning, Steamer leaves Savannah for
ALACHUA. Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, :Manatee., business. West and Havana. every Saturday; for New Fernandina on Tuesday and Satnnby.
Sheriff A. S. Watson Pine Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Through tickets sold to New York: Philadelphia -

ville.County Judge-Junius C. Gardner Gaines- Assessor of Taxes"". P. Parish, Braden- INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Havana every Friday: from New Orleans Boston, and Baltimore.For .
.: town. every Saturday. tickets and state-rooms apply to
C1rrk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. With Tampa Steamship W. B.
Company's Steam TUCKER Agent
l"I Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Popash.Superintendent Collector. of Ret'cnue-Marion G. Carlton, by exemption for a term of ;years from ers for and from Key West Monday and Office foot of Centre Street,

Assessor of Taxes S. H.'Wienges, Gaines- Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Fernandina. Fla.J. .
of Schools Felix 'taxation, offered the several -
ville. J. Seward, by cities and and Friday. A. MERCIEE.
Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton Gaines- Pine Level. For information
f towns. Apply to respecting routes, rate, General Passenger; Agent.
ville. MARION COUNTY. etc., apply to J. N. HARRIMAN. Manager.OFFICES .
Superintendent of Schools-W: N. Sheats I : CHAS. W. LE'WIS.Fernandina.,
1.I County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. A. 0. MAcDONELL, :
Ganesville.i I .
Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. r Office, cor. Beach &; 7th sts. D. E. Gen'} Ticket and Pass.Agent. Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.. Jacksonville, Fla

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-Guide. TO THE kerson his :x mark, Allen Johnson his :x

Board of mark, Frank Williams his x mark, Henry
TRANSIT & PENINSULAR RAILROAD. County Commissioners, Walker, Pablo Rodgers his mark, William BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS! ....;.

Day passenger train leaves- Nassau County,' State of Florida. Bert his :x mark. Andrew Brown his x

fur(war Wand Wi!Id wood and mark, John Washington"hisx mark, George BRADLEY'S
on Transit Road....... 7.15 a. m. Robinson, Isaac Pino : BRADLEY'SCIRCLE
all I points T RESPECTFULLY Georgt: Riley, Ed .
FurSavannahandall:; points North ASK TO EGRAXT-I ward .McR.'le, Stephen Finlay his x mark ORANGE TREE ,
................. JL ed a license for the sale of I -
and West............... 7.15 a. in.connecting and Shade Hayes his x mark, Charles; Grant BRAND.
( at Callahan.) Liquors in the City of Fernandina and Joseph \\' Smith his x mark, Richard FERTILIZER, *
1'ens-acola.and all herewith the signatures of a majority BONEiBRADLEY'S
For Tallahassee, Thomas his x mark, Toby Williams his x
the Florida Central & of the registered voters of this Precinct, 'a's mark, Petertfohnson. his
mints on Jr x mark, Frank BRADLEY'SFLORIDA
Western Railroad.....:.......... ... 7.15 a. m: required by law. Hughes his x mark, George Bell, Jake Miller '

((connecting Baldwin.) F. C. LATHAM.We I his x mark, Henry Simkins his x: mark,
arrives- Frank Emerson his x mark Janies Williams PURE :
D.v I) passenger
all l nint.on the Transit I oad... 3.50 p. m. Precinct 1 in Nassau County respectfully miah Thomas his x mark, Myers Lizzie-
From .Savannah and all points in request that the above petition be granted.J more, James y. Lawson, Wm Knabb his :x BON EBRADLEY'S '

the North. and West................ 3.50 p. m. J Latham, G A Latham, Levy Ligens -marie, Hard}' Johnson- Jos Hunter his x *
From Tallahasr-ee{ Pensacola. and his x mark, John Baker his x mark John mark, Thomas Kizer his :x mark Alford 'Jfl 7 BR.DLEY'SPATENT

all points on the Florida Centralt Jackson his x mark, Curtis Williams his x Hampton his x mark, Chas Cooper his x T

Western Jlailroad............... 3.50 p:m. mark, Henry Scott his x mark, Lewis Watson mark, F W Marshall:; W J Crim his x mark, = & B.D. SEA-FOWL ,
his x mark Jos Bowls H Barker, Thomas H Fuller, R A McBean.
train leaves his x mark, Robert PHOSPHATE. '_ _
Night passenger --
1"01'War Key. Wild\'lJd. and all Cunningham his x mark, Solomon Jack- Palmer Fredrick Kruse1 = GUANO ,

points on the Transit Road........ 6.40 D. m. son his x mark, Jas Jenkins his x mark, Downey, Cyrest Howard his x mark, Lewis
I Savannah and all points North Augustus Mosley his: x mark Columbus Williams his x mark, Henry Hobein, Henry W. H. GARLAND

For and West.... ..... .................... 6.40 p. m..connecting Thomas his x mark, Henry Wells, his x Baker mark his x mark, Stephen Washington hisx GEO. E. WILSON.
at Callahan.) mark, McDonald, his :x mark, Ro- Edward Dukehart. Peter McCall,
Tallahassee. Pensacolaand all berts Tucker, McDonald his x mark James Albert, Jacob Jinkens,,.Washington AGENT, 't : STATE AGENT
For Robert Little, James J Morris, Edward hisx ,
the Florida Central & Butler his x mark, Chatham Clinch Bailey

points Western on Railroad............-...... 6.40 p.m. his x mark, Thos Wilkerson his :x mark, John mark, Geo Hill) D W Alverson, W Roberts FERNANDINA, FLA. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
at Baldwin.) Isiah Morrison his x mark, Chas A Newman, Elbert his x mark, Chas G Mann,
( David Joseph his x mark Butler Francis Jr. Parish Simmons his x mark. Sandy Sye hisx

Night passenger train arrives Win F Courier. Henry Hawley, Berry Kennedy mark, Daniel Williams his x mark, Jake '
From Cedar Key. Wildwood, and Green Henderson his Johnson his :x mark, Daniel R Baxter Chas 'I FERTILIZERJR !
x Gilbert
Transit. 9.25 .
the a in. Muller _
all points on JJorsey, Win Wilson Gel Williams. his :x :. Anderson Lizzemore, R' Austin W -
From Savannah and all points in mark Edward 1'Streety. C W Morgan, Dennis Con teff
................ Small his x mark, Benjamin I have on hand and
the North and West 9.25 a. m. Germain his x mark Harry Joseph his x John S Lee, Chas H Saunders, G L Martin am constantly rt''i\"ing,8upplics ofWilkinson'

From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and mark, Win King, his x mark, Simon Val- Elias McFarland, Daniel Johnson his x
all points on Florida Central & entine his mark mark, Manuel Nattiel his x mark, Joseph s Celebrated Bone Fertilizers

\\.<*teni Railroad.................... 9.25a.m. mark,Moses x Armstrong, Cupid, Henry Armstrong M Smith his x' Higgins, V R Brestol, Jos Ligeour A R ,

FEBSANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. Geo Clinch his :x mark. April Bonaparte hisx Manucy David Proctor W H Pope. W E FOR FRUIT TREES, GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES.

Train leaves daily- mark, R W C Hummings his x mark Al- Gray, R W H Godfrey, C II limit George

For Jacksonville..........................4:30 p. m. len Harker his: x mark, Geo Wilson, his :x Fogety his x mark July Young his x mark, PREPARED UNDER to A withstand NEW PROCESS, I'l'.iallynittd to our soil and climate
mark. Williams Nicholas Roberson his x mark, E Coleman crops drouth.
arrives Hogarth his
Train daily : x mark. Con- j2g2" Sold at
From Jacksonville:....................10.45 a. m. nor McQueen his :x mark, W H Courier H his x mark, James Williams, John Freeman manufacturer's Prices, freight added.
M Tison, John L Whaley. Archibald: Caller, his x mark, James Avery his x mark, --ALSO IN STOCK :-
Louis Jenkins his x mark, Thos Headen hisx Lyrnus Thomas, Thomas B Bellows, Chas Pure Ground Bone Dissolved
From Savannah by the Bridgeton, mark, Ben Redden Jefferson Harris his EPurdy, Edward Johnson his x mark. An- for Composting, Cotton-Seed Meal

Tuesday and Saturday.............. 4.00 p. m. mark, Carey E Freeman, H C Johnson,, Jor-x drew Dover his x mark Allen Mitchell I Ash Element, Muriate and Sulphate of Potash, Land Plaster, etc.

For Savannah, by steamer City of den Morris his x mark, Geo Sopsion his x his x mark, Amos Atkinson his x mark, J 'Send for Circulars and prices.

Bridgeton, Sunday, Wednesday 5.00 p. m. I mark, Sam Vickery his x mark, Ben Thomas. F Jones his x mark, Lee Cothran, Albert ", .
v. I?.
MALLORY LINE. Jorden Smith, Richard Roberts. Thomas Christopher his x mark, Morris Jones his x Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883. SCOTT.

For New York direct, by steam- Lang his x mark, Wm Blue Jr, Louis Deas, mark, Isaac Tison his x mark Fred B Lewis, fim

ships State of Texas or City of Live Young, R W Calwell, Henry Johnson, Rufus Walker his x mark, James Hutcherson -

San Antonio, Thurs: lay evening.............. Hansel Keith, Henry Allen, Jas Lang. Jr Cornelius his x mark, Moses Hunter his x mark,
York direct his x mark,John Smith his x mark Samuel Donovan J Mitchell his x
From New by City of ,
San Antonio and State of Texas, Wright his x mark, Geo DeMott his x mark mark. S CSvenkeried. James Haselton hisx f EuY. 'S DS

...... Daniel King his x mark, John H Brownhis : mark, Flutcher Thomas his x mark, ; SI.B'L.L S
every Friday. ....... ............ 3.00 p. in. Nichols
Tos-tevin \
x mark, Geo Anderson, Jones McCall Lewis Napoleon his x : _
11't' : :
-- -- ---- --- his x mark, John Wells his x mark, John mark, James Stewart his x mark, Alfred \ "'of ALL PLANTS, for ; vLi .
Post-Office Notice. Lucas, WJ Lohman, Henry Peterson Re- \ ALL CROIJl 1 for ALL 1
Felder his x mark Alfred Baker his x mark, \ !Jt! l'! 7 IA TIS.: A are tested; only the ucli sent out "\ \
Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. Chas Westburg, John B Lee his x mark, nalda McDonell, Lewis Cooper his :x mark, 1 Jt'11 of Grain culture and of Grains Farm Seed Manual;History and best metho ti
Root __
John T Crops : Fodder! ... "
Manoe Owen John Crops, _
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Wm Taylor his x mark, Jus Longwood his x his mark Kelly Harget -......1\'\ _V-.! iPlantinsr..} etc. only lOctS. Ar"ital Catalog and l-rir I\t"r(u _-_ ,,.___-
mark, Stepney Johnson his x mark, Ben :x Robert Miller his x mark, B F f '- several .vuc *uu nineties, FIaE.: ..._.I '.
Money Orders and Registered Letters from Wright his x mark,Geo Norman his x mark, Rich, John Amen his x mark, Charles Wil -stctr'SSifGS HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. Rochester. liY Chicago, ill

':OO \. U. to 1:00 p. )f.; and from 2:00 p. ain Stephen McCann his x mark, Isaac Sharkley liams, Jacob Harris his x mark. Dempsey
his x mark, Merric Williams his Alexander, Sable Keyser his x mark, Tal-
'i.fc.'io;: ::/ p. M.UiRIVAL x mark,
Peter Miller his x mark Stephen Wright bert Little, A H Waas, J P Adams, John

: AND DEPARTURE OF TIlE MAILS.Tnuait his x mark, Louis Spaulding his x mark. Glizer his x mark., Geo Henderson his :x COLLINS" CON

tfr: Peninsular Railroad Samuel Savage his :x mark, Tony Wyllie hisx mark. J W Mooney, Butler Francis, Mathew' HARTFORDEstablished

Arrives daily except Sunday....... 3:37: : P. M. mark, Isaac White his x mark Jos Gibbs Hawkins, Lewis Johnson, F C Ferreira,, ,

t r|<7".........................................10:00: A. M. his x mark, Wm H Hannahan, John King James'T O'Neil, Jerry Jones his x mark, 0 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
Fc ii'indina &: Jacksonville Rtl lroacl- his x mark, Dudley Williams his x mark, B Murray, Gale Williams his x mark, Cam
Robenson his x mark, M };Ferreira Carl
Jacksonville md St. John's Wm Blue his x mark, Thos Holzendortf hisx
mail arrives : mark, Dock Scott his x mark, WmSwann, Frank David Freeman, Newton Bradley, .
dail.except Sunday 5:00 A. M. his Wm Martin, Harry Jones, John Crandall
( j't' (Northern mail also).........10:00: A. If.SandaJt Henry Clay x mark Chas Williams hisx his mark 'I,
Samuel :
mark Henry Smith his x mark, Roman Pinkney his x: mark, :, ", ,
Mailand Crihb his x mark, Robert Fitzgerald his x Win Joseph. Jr, Geo Dorsey; Jr, Win Blue, .. :,1,
\' St. John's River, mark, M Fitzpatrick, Muller Francis Frank, Jos King his x mark
vanjv(' .....................................10:35 A. M. McCall his x mark, Thos Simons his Aaron mark Richard Nelson. W R Ellis. John Clauser, ,
"rtl,, rn mail arrives.................. 9:00 P. M. Thos Hubbard: Jos Blake his x mark,, Adam Young Wm Wright Jos Wilkers'on, nw
Jacksonville: St. John's Riverand Ephraim Latham his x mark. Lawrence James Culpepper his x mark, Sam White

the North: clones....................... GOO: A. M. Wilson his x mark, Benj Talbot, Robert his x mark. Jack Baker his x mark, C
Jacksonville and St. John's River Jones his Comte Wallace Dawkins; Alonzo Jones
:x mark, Obed Young his mark ,
only, doses. .............................. 4:00 p. M. Daniel Delaney, Fred Gibson his x x mark,, Jetty Burrows H Snead, R A Roddick,

-S'f.:_3/itn/s Rit'cr- Jesse Tvnes his x n _inirk____n' fn__nn fnvf.rintimr_._ .......u'-'" Own LoVC.- -. CliMS----- -'rf'-->-Hnr"h-... ...v, Y ."."..,....n.1Pal", A. 0.0.;>.-
.t. Mary and Crandall, arrives Chas Baker his"x mark, Get E \Vol f, Plato Henderson his x mark, John Jones,

Monday and Thursday..7:00 A. Ia. King his x mark,Simon Johnson his x mark, John Douglass, Louis Davis, Ned Jones

Arrives' Tuesday and Friday.2:00: p. \f. Freeman Copeland his x mark. Prince his x mark Geo Avery his x mark, Wm --

< loses 'fut'sda\alld Friday!..........3-00: : p. M'M Brooks his x mark, Seek Mitchell his x Thomas his x mark, Abram Walker his x
Mary''sand;Dungeness,\Vcdnes'iayaiuiiiitnrday mark John Alberti! his x mark, Frank mark, Van Ellison his x mark, Amos I

\Tes..l1:00 A. M. Webber his x mark, Henry Commodore hisx Roberson Lewis Capalna his x mark, Dan
,H'jv' rs Uedncsd-iy, and S.ltn rlla3:00: I'. M. mark, Warren Commodore( his x mark, iel Smith Ben Mitchell his x mark, Abner Axes Hatchets OFPicks
SlJlarlnh', Monday and Thurs Ciesar Baker his x mark Peter Blue his x Blake his x mark Thomas Blake his x

day', arrives\ ........:..................:-00 P. M mark, John Benjamin his x mark, Wm mark, A1 Lohman, Roderick Douglass ,
( I'*** Mond..y his Paul Capalia, F C Latham. ,
ThursIl\.8:00 A.M.\ Cooper x mark, Moses J Taylor his x AND OTHER
SAM!.. T. UNWELL. P. M. mark, Thos E Bliss, Edgar Johnson his x I EXTRA QUALITY

mark A J Braswell, las Annett his x mark We, the undersigned, certify that all the TOOLS FOR FARMS AND .
Louis Robertson his x mark. Roman Traeye above names were !signed in our presence. PLANTATIONS.

M..l.SDl3IOXS'LIVER JIEDICINE.WHA'I'IS his x mark, Freeman Ferrell his x mark, JAMES MOONEY, Also FINE
AID OF IT. John GardnerV11t B Bell. Jas McDulfy his W. D. BARKER, STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS

It is indispensible this x.mark, Mingo Anderson his x mark.. Jas J. W. LATHAM, Of all sizes and prices from $S t,) $33. Also
necan't ia :Malarious climate. JMooney, Jos II Newton Henry Beard, Frederick J. W. FLINN Plowing Machines.

do without; It. It saved us from much. Baker his x mark, Win Cantie his x G. A. LATHAM, Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, &c.,

ickness.-Ecv.! C. Weaver, of Texas. mark, Alford Collins, Win Sharp. Sam CHARLES A. NEWMAN, by writing to the makers, _

'Twcnty years ot su3criaj from Indigestion Young his x mark, Antonio Armentero. Jas W. F. COURTER, COLLINS & CO.
and diseased Liver was relieved by a package Love his x mark. Scipio Williams his x ROBERT McDONELL, 212 Water St., New York.

wit.-Rc,'.M. II. CUlum: Grapevine Texas. mark, Chas Jones his x mark, :S Carrio. Benj R. L. DENEFIELD.

"has done more to relieve and cure me of Wideawake his x mark, Stepney Green hisx C.ESAR BAKER,

Sick< Headache than all the other remedies I mark B P Waas, Burl McNeil, S L Den- THOMAS WILKERSON, DR. CLARK

ever used.' J. it!. Leod.of :No.Carolina. nett1, Henry Bell, Andrew Perry Moses LEVI LEG INS, JOHNSON'SINDIAN
"It proved a Hooper: Jr his x mark. Daniel Harris his x HENRY COMMODORE,
blessing to
my amlly.l cheerfully mark Harker G. MINK LEY.
henry Roderick
testify! to its Baker his x I .
merits. Its popularity here Is mark, Jas Bell C :S Busb)'. Thos A Hall, DUDLEY WILLIAMS: : ,
mbounded.-Rev.S.G.Shaw.BatesvIlle.Ark.These Samuel Cribb his x mark, Israel Grant hisx A. GLAIBER. BLOOD SYRUP

thousands are but samples from among the many mark, Sumersault Cooper his x mark, CA --
urlnl:the unsolicited testimonials received Noyes, A B Noyes, Willis Walters his x STATE OF FLORIDA. \
tor the past few years. Ask your druggist mark Lewis COUNTY OF NASSAU. ] Cures all diseases of the
original M. A.. Slant ON8'LIVER At R D- Joseph his x mark, Samuel Stomach. Liver, ttowels,
ICIXE.made at St. Louis. Mo. Take no other. Brown, Henry Franklin his x mark WJ On this day personally appeared beforeme Kidneys, Skin and Blood. HILLIOXS
Jones, Adam Gibbs. Marshall Irons his x F. C. Latham to me well known, testify to its
-- mark :E P Noyes Bresto who I efficacy in healing the above
HI his :x being duly sworn, deposeth and says named diseases, and
Whom it May Concern mark ri C J*Van*. Ostrand-* _J *II. Mooney_ Rufus that each and every name or mark affixed tr pronounce it to be the Heat
l'tnLL HEREBY TAKE NOTICE jonnson, ueo uryant, Julius Evans, Peter to the above petition was the act and deed of Itcmedy- -Known to JIan

\, That *' P. I,. MURPHY, Administrator Bonand. Edward Rodgers, Samuel Love- theparty purporting to have signed the -----
of the estate of Patrick )[ del tous his x mark, Robert Brown, his x same and that said signatures were signed txGUARANTEED TO
"as'y1 will make application to the mark, Robert Hanley, David Moody, Peter in the presence of at least two creditable DYSPEPSIA.
s "t'.' ""' <'irviut Court Fourth Judicial Circuit Judge Frank. Latamore Edwards, R E Wilson, hisx witnesses, and that there was no fraud, Trade Marl
'f FI.'rida.'' at rhambeJ'8 in mark, Win Joseph his x mark, Jos TJaker bribery or deception in procuring said signa-
chancery sitting
I in!' flit'| of Jacksonville, Florida in said his x mark, Wm Lizzemore his x mark. tures or marks of said persons whose names AGENTS ANTEDLaboratory .
4 t'ir rl.lllt. "ai the 26th of Thos A Hardy, T A Acosta, Henry Samuels appear signed to the above petition.
February A. D.
.issi blr a decree and his x mark, Henry W Smith his x mark F. C. LATHAM. 77 West Third St. New York
",'''r;: Jill'. :Administrator authorizing aforesaid empower- Henry Hart J Rikart. Boston Floyd his x Subscribed and sworn to before me, this City. Druggists sell it
ti.nl' trihtttl to sell I mark, Sam Walker his x mark Willis Hall 12th day of February, 1884.
md dis
'11 I! pose of, the following his mark H C Bradford CEDARTOWK, GA., June 20th 1881.
'nhl'c11andand x W J Godfrey, GEO. W. SCHUYLER Dr. Clark ,
; .Tnhllsrmy children
real estate, situated and were sick with Fever
!'-iIL T in the counties of Alachua and John C Rutishanser, Paul Funke. JolinFinlay. Justice of the Peace. Indian Blood Syrup completely cured them. and a short trial of your

'Ii 'ai I : tate, and in the Fifth C&K'urr C Louis Lange Julius Klotz C WEstes 40
? Judicial
'nit nf John :Medden W E RUDIE CAXTI/ER.
Berry, Thomas
<1.aan'.1 beyond the limits of the FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER ------
!' ,, .miu-ial.; within which Medden, Robert McDonald his x mark,
JIIII.II..tratilln( i letters of ad- Toney Riley, Lorance his mark .
1\1111')1!.! ')i lanlare' described granted on said estate, Lang his x mark, Sam Love, Frank Foster, FOR SALE .
follows- CHEAP ---- --
as -
: --------
III --
Jos Proctor his Jas - ----
tht' mark -
? x Mackey his x
-\ladllia.! !' aid of Archer' in the county of mark. Albert Reynolds. Warren Mason, J AND HORACE DREW. I JAMAICA GINGER CORDIALIS
<1:111: l :! ill; Uhk ate-Lots one and two ((1 Fred Lohman John McDermott,J"r Flinn EDGINGS SLABS,
: Xo. 17 and 10 cents load.
"';; Lots 7'8 and 9 John Barr Baker per -p ookseller. Stationer, .
eight and fine in Block Henry Henry Knabb, NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT
:'u,>, tv- hr'') ) No23 Stephan Stewart his x mark, W B Thompson ROUGH LUMBER, -*-' Printer and Binder. but contains all the medicinal .
to the -
1 t : map or Z Nickola, Geo Cribb, Jas Walters of the finest
N"Z\ ; and in theU"iy S A Hayes, \V F V Scott, Merreck Alberti, From $5 to $16 per M ft., is very pleasant to take and Ginger Root. It
f Alachna- Randall Jackson his mark according to quality. '
Paris Johnson
{ ( ten) iu Block Simon Johnson DRESSED LUMBER, School Books and Orange Wraps CURES INDIGESTION
; : \rel1.h'-h\OI> Henry Gage, Jr. Simon HEADACHE,
N"f, I salt| town, of according to the map Owens, A Glaiber. A Steil. Wm Jones his x $12 to $20 per )!. feet. NOW A SPECIALITY.

(t the Levy, said State-tIle'Wald0' and in the mark, Ambros Roberson his x mark Henry Orders by Telephone promptly attended to. COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC
NaI land
r. .1 Holzendorf Jr his -
of the x mark Henry Holzen-
th, T"wnshi Section 35tllirty-( dorf his mark H WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE DIARRHCEA, DYSENTERY .
12 x George Clay his x mark.May .
p (twelve $3- Liberal discounts
S. to Teachers and
tt"1I1 K- 14 fourths
1 r.ast, ( Small his mark Frank Holzendorf '
:xMt x ,
i 111, such case;acres prO\'ide; according to the stat- his'x mark, Eddie Reynolds, Daniel Mitchel Steam Saw and Planing Mill. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on PAINS in the Stoaiach:: and Bowels, ',.:,

his x mark, Samuel Lizzemore his x mark, Office foot Centre Street. S application. and MALARIA '
I' <
Alnaillit' L. MURPHY hr w.r '}" and st l1l'l:1t-
tratnr Henry Hooper his x mark. Henry Martin
of Estate ing the St/mw'j and! .
<1 of Patrick 59 W. BAY STREET, -.u\j Into a healtln*
-t't't.'a..ed Murphy, his x mark, James Drummond, Edward Notice to TaxPayers.I action, s.j; .v '

9-30d Mordecai, Henry Keizer his x mark, Edward am now prepared to receive the taxes JACKSONVILLE. FLA. PALMER BRO'S

1 u i Saver-Kraut, Johnson. Abraham Tremmins his x mark. for the city of Fernandina. assessed for the Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla. .
C1' a pound ., July Mitchell his x mark. Benjamin Fullerhis'x year 1833 J. E. )[EDD.\t'GH. For; Sale*at a Sarffti.i. i 3-Also
# Agents for
T J. KLAREB, mark Samuel Brown, Romeo Dene- DOW'S JAMAICA
Tax Collector. I
City A
Corner Ash and Sixth. Cook his mark Prince Wil Millers Piano. r GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
{gall, Joseph x Fernandina, December 15, 1SS3, Fuur.. HOYT. without peppei. 2'.r 2


'1 ;

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..:. i THE FLORIDA MIRROR. pany, to be submitted for their consideration Hotel Arrivals. Amelia Beach. JAMES JIcCIFFIX, -

. : : l, : and approval. Notice is also given of THE IDLE HOUR is again open, under the AND

'*' -. meetings of the Transit & Peninsular Rail- EGMONT. supervision of :Mrs. Sweeney, who will be CONTRACTOR BFILDER.I .
#.00 A YEAR; 1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS Stuyvesant Rutherford Mrs Rtuyvesantand
," .. road, the Fernandina and Jacksonville Railroad maid :Mrs Dongan, W G Sterling. :Miss pleased to receive her old friends and the I Alachua Street, between Second and

?. .i and the Leesburg & Indian River Rail- Sterling, W Austin, Mrs J Bradford, Walter public generally. Choicest oysters, fish,etc., FERNANDINA Third
road, all to be held at Fernandina on the Baldwin, Mr and Mrs B Dominick, G Leve, !I constantly on hand. tf. FL.Orders .
' A S Heidelbach and wife, J1: Richards, and estimates from
L a distance
: Mr. G. Scott and party of ten, of Bridgewater 28th of February to consider the same subject :Mrs B S Henning, Miss Henning. Miss Belle attended to. carefully -

Henning A J Fechtwanger, Robt L Harris Notice. 25-tf
N. Y., registered at the Egmont )'es1. ---------
Mrs M Swift Miss White Miss Coxe, H Van All persons are hereby warned not to negotiate --

.. terday. Accident. Buren, J A Weidner, J H Watlington. 0 R or trade for School Warrant No. 64, O. S. OAKES

; ;. F. H. Appleton, of celebrated'publishing The North-bound train on the Transit Lamb J H Price, Geo Sturges, ,F H Appleton for the amount of $20, issued to the undersigned ,
.l J :M Cetallos. F H Perin, :Mrs John ; said warrant having been lost by
' ': firm in New York, was at the Egmout Railroad on Wednesday, at a point about CONTRACTOR AND
; Farr, New York ; \Villiam ::Mumford John me. RACHEL BEEKS. BUILDER
': ; .'.'!.. on Thursday. two miles south of Starke. struck a negro :Mumford, Willoughby Powell and wife, S Orange Bluff, Fla., February 14, 1884. ,

ar I There were fifty-two arrivals at the Ego lying with his head resting on the rail sup- .. Ross, Miss Blinn, Brooklyn, NY; Henry B Manufacturer: of

j'' ; mont yesterday, and the boom in hotel posed to have been in a helpless state of I Skainner, J B Upham, J C Meserole, G L NOTICETo
Paterson Thomas Whitridge. H G Seavins
I ,,... business has begun. intoxication, and threw him from the track, I'. end wife,, Boston ; Charles Welsh, Mrs Bentley Owners or Taxes.Lauds Sold for FLOORING, CEILING, MOLDINGS,

; -,"' Miss killing him instantly. I I T P Bayes, Hamilton Disston Philadelphia -
Gamble and Miss Canfield, of Morris- Cochran COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE ) FANCY SCROLL SAWING
; H M'Smuck, J Henry H C ,
; town, N. J., are guests at the Egmont. They Cook Shaw. Andrew Tallahassee, Fla.. Dec. 18. 1883. J
The Leap Year Party.As Pennsylvania; Benj WHOSE LANDS WERE SOLD
F {, :.T have engaged rooms for several weeks. Pl'ebles.Ir and Mrs Walton Ferguson, :Miss PARTIES BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS,
mentioned for taxes prior to the 3d of
previously the leap year
Helen G Miss Grace C Ferguson
Ferguson ,
j I The tides have been March. 1883 will take notice that after the
unusually a NEWEL POSTS
party was given by the ladies of Fernandina Master Edward Ferguson nurse and two STAIR RAILIX
3d of March 1884. the certificates sale will U5.
'. -j... ; day or two past, and we learn the pilots re- last night at Lyceum Hall and proved a children, J Greenawalt and wife. Pittsburg, be subject to, purchase by one applying
;: port a change in the channel the Pa Robt Mitchell and wife. F X DonnellyGeo any
on bar. ;
.. most sat is factory success. The gentlemenwere A Norman Wm Schwarz.jr. Charles: for the same and paying amount required by STAIR and CHURCH WORE a SPECIALTY

. : : Rutherford Stuyvesant and party, of New called for at their residences by the Sheeler Baltimore, ; Chas Winship and wife, law. After that date no notice preferenceis

'i J York, left the Eginont Thursday for San- ladies, and escorted in carriages to the hall, E B Ames and wife, H G Harrison and wife. required to be given to W.owners.D. BARNES, Elevations and Floor Plans, with
estimates j
I, : ford, intending to return in a few weeks. where they were entertained most pleasantly :- W II Eastnriu'h and wife :M V Eastman and j5-4t Comptroller. I furnished at reasonable rates.
" wife, L Fletcher and wife, Geo R. Newell
; "Walton Ferguson and family, of Pitts by music, dancing and an excellent and wife, R B Langdon and wife, :Minneapolis & Orders by: mail promptly attended to.

: : ', burgh, arrived at the Egmont this week, supper. A number of very pretty costumeswere :Minn ; Kenneth R Baljour, Dr.C R C Professional and Business Cards.E. Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5IF

.' where they intend to remain until April. worn by the ladies, who are to be congratulated Lyster, England ; C F Todd and daughter,
:1 :Mrs H C Bolton, St Stephen, N B ; Chas E.
,.I. :. The weather has been favorable to the upon their excellent management.The Morgan and wife. {Miss Emma Hurd, Hamilton LEROY JONES, :M.D., W.t ANSLEY,

f orange groves, and blossoms have already Ont ; L II Lanier and lady, W H Ev-
Building Boom. ans, T W Evans, Nashville ; :Mrs H C Wilson HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON -
; made their here in
.f : appearance some places. Miss Wilson, Peekskill, N Y; :Mrs and I
:Mode Bros have ordered 250,000 brick for
"f, ". General Wm. Austin and Mrs. Bradford Miss Anna Roche DeDver, Col, S D Chit- i Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, I

: i" have returned from their trip to Tampa, and their new store on Centre street, from E. tenden and wife, Mrs Brown, Newark, N J ; I CI1

C. Stratton & Co., of :Macon, Ga., and as W J Walding, J A Conant, C M Crosby, FERNANDINA, FLA.
'. will spend the rest of the winter at the
Eg- Toledo B John Rawle.
Halley Chicago
: soon as the material arrives, we are assured, ; ; [
i : monte E Canfiield, : L Gamble Norristown.: J ; Calls answered promptly day or night,and .
will erect the handsomest structure in :=
they Miss Sherlock, :Miss; Kine, Eastport, Me; B :Medicine furnished without extra charge. I
Hamilton Disston, of Philadelphia so well the city. The details and plans of the build- J Cole and wife, Miss E A Cole La Villa. N Office hoursa.. m. until 8; p. in. 1 to 2 Z

. known as a land-owner in our State, was at ing are very elaborate and we shall take II ; Mrs E G Scott. H A Bishop. W E Gra- and 7 to 8. 22 ly* I II I _
:";'; : the Egmont Thursday in company with pleasure in giving a description of the ham, Capt H L Cable. Jacksonville. Fla ; B

:Mr. S. I. Wailes. W Giltner, Lexington Ky ; :Mrs II Howland, DR. W. E. SNYDER, South side Centre St., near the Depot.
.} block at the proper time. Sharon Springs N Y ; :Mrs C M Srabel. New

--,: L. H. Lanier and wife,of Nashville, Tenn., John C. Rutishauser has also ordered Haven Conn : D P West and wife, :Mont- \\13[1 i 1 .. e:3 FLORIDA JEWELRY FOR SALE, AND

took the Egmont excursion from Jacksonville 80.000 brick for a two-story building, to be gomerv, Ala1r; : and :Mrs Ostrander, Titus- Z :MADE TO ORDER.
ville. Fla John W Pearce. Atlanta II C
r on and made erected his lot next the Howell block. ; ; > 0:>
Thursday, arrangements on ;S5"A11 work warranted.
I Tupper and wife, Buffalo N Y; E J Gower, =
j'r to return here in a few days. Nashville ; W Noble, Anniston: Ala ; Dr A :0Q

Death of John D. Pope. F Jones, Tim -Democrat. New Orleans :Miss 13H NEW YORK
: Mr. C. V. Hillyer has bought out the insurance ; ; .=..,
+ Willard, Newport, R IIiss: Hutton, Rich-
The sad intelligence of the loss of his eldest ; -
; business: represented by :Mr. W. A. mond. Ind ; B Cameron, Raleigh N C: Mrs rr :0 t9 -- BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY

, r Jones. Any agreements made by the latter son, John D. Pope, by drowning on St. M A Burgess, Madison, Wis ; Geo A Keel- : r.IITM. .

'; ; .4 will be carried out by Mr. Hill)er. Johns bar, was received on Thursday by Dr. ins, wife and child Council Bluffs. Ia ; J C .. WILLIAM IIYNES

W. H. Pope, of this city. The TimesUnionof Dame. C & 0 Ry. Virginia; 'Y P Ellis and TO REMIND THE
l ; C. E. Morgan and wife and Miss Hurd, of wife, Catskill. NY ; C H Kershaw, Charleston B. C. DURYEE, WISHES I PUBLIC
' : the 21st gives the following account of the he is now ready to make
i; Hamilton, Ont., who have been stopping at S C ; E Watterson.. Little Rock, Ark ; kind of any

,1 i ; r;. the Egmont, left Thursday night for New sad accident : Henry Q. Nostrand, Jamaica. N H ; D N GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, BREAD. CAKE OR PIES.on .
Yesterday Mr. John Pope son of Dr. Pope, Dellinger. Montana ; J 0 D Clark, Norwich.

l #! York on the steamer State of Texas. of Fernandina was knocked overboard from Conn ; S I Wailes, Washington, D C; G CEXTRE ST., NEAR R. R. DEPOT, the shortest possible notice. He will also

the steamer Oyster Boy, while crossing the Scott and wife Bridgewater. N Y Mrs :M A
,.' Robert :Mitchell and wife, of Baltimore ; have on hand, for the Holidays,a fine assortment -
St. Johns bar, and was drowned. It seems :McKee and two children, Richfield Spring, FERNANDINA, FLA.
,t; ;' left the Egmont Thursday for a short trip to that the steamer had been over to the St. NY ; Dr J1: Rease and wife. West Win- of
t St. Augustine, after which they will return Augustine beach, endeavoring to pull off the field, NY ; W D Gosline- and wife, :Miller's Hay, Corn, Oats

f'.d; ; : to our city and remain for some time. wrecked schooner Hope Haines. On her way ::Mills N Y ; W G deSaiusere, wife and child, ranging from one pound upwards.
back she had one or two lighters in tow, South Carolina. .
I'- ''. Mr.and Mrs. Ostrander, of Titusville, Fla., and when she reached the bar refused to W. K. BAUKNIGIIT, JjJ"" All orders thankfully received and
promptly attended to.
r, were at the Egmont a few days this week. answer promptly to her rudder, when the MARINE. AGENT 51 tjan WM. HYSES,
His captain ordered the lighter set adrift. Young WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1 new steamer, the Indian River, en route
Pope unloosed the hawser, with which the Port of Fernandina.HIGH AND STOCK DEALER
: j for that place, was in our harbor during his ; lighter was fastened to the tug, and was WATER. BUTCHER ANDDealer COTTAGE,

; ;i' stay. struck by it and knocked overboard. The LUCY
Saturday, Feb. 23....... 5:16: A.M. 5:41 P.M. I in Ice
} : The vessels in the harbor displayed all tug was-immediately stopped and a life- Sunday, /. 24...... 6:10": 6:36 TENNESSEE Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel,
thrown to him, which he en- ,
': j' t ti: their bunting yesterday in honor of Washington's deavored preserver to reach, but when within about Monday, .".. 25...... 7:00: 7:27 "
.1 26...... 7:48 8:14" BROOM STREET WHARF
l Tuesday,
birthday. The yacht Been was ten feet of it his strength gave out and he "

':'t,' particularly noticeable for her handsome went down. An unsuccessful effort was Thursday Wednesday, 28.27........... 9:18"8:33": 9:44 9:00: 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. Offers pleasant rooms, well furnished, with

." I.,; display of flags. then made to recover his body. Friday, 29..10:03" 10:28" or without board. Table Boarders will be
i ,,': i The greatest sympathy is felt with Dr. LOUIS A. C. LANGE, accommodated ; also transient.
I ,1 Mr. B. J. Cole of the : I
!. Manufacturing 2 Miss LUCY O. THOMPSON.
t L Pope and his family in the loss of their son, ENTERED.
Company of Lake N. H. with his -- -
Village, ,
a young man of promise and in the very Feb. 18-S. P. City of Bridgeton. Dennette, UPHOLSTERER -:\ ,
'M wife and daughter, are enjoying the hospitalities SEED POTATOES.
bloom of youth under circumstances so dis- Savannah, with freight and

. : ";11 of the Egmont. They will remain tressing.The passengers to W. B. Tucker, Foot of Centre Street ROSE.

;, in our for the agent. EARLY
II '.,j city present. body was recovered yesterday and FERNANDINA EARLY VERMONT,
' j } 1 1 The State, of.Texas, which left for New will be brought to this city to-day. The 11 18-S. tons S. State, New of York Texas,with Risk,freight 1,542 I BEAUTY WHITE OF ELEPHANT.IIEBROX.
I ;
. q, '. York at 11 o'clock Thursday night, carried funeral will take place this afternoon. and passengers,by It.W. South- Furniture repaired in the best manner. Also a full assortment ofTIIORBUR

'- !f'f'y I I : the following cargo: 250 logs cedar, 180 cases wick agent. Hair Mattresses made to order at short '8 RELIABLE GARDES SEEPS.

:. ': G t cedar, 190 barrels rosin, 10 bales sea island Steamboat Service Between Fernan- 21-S. P. City of Bridgeton. Dennette, notice. 36 For sale low by W. F. SCOTT.SCTRICF .
Savannah with and
f cotton, 75 boxes oranges, 51 barrels potatoes pas-
'; ; dina and Savannah. sengers, to W. B.Tucker, agent.
I" 43 packages merchandise. It is with extreme gratification we have 21-Schr. Susan H. 'Ritchie, Bartlett,

j< f blow felt learned from well-informed New York ; ballast, Hilliard fe;
1 ," Quite a severe was through East an exceptionally Baily.

: 11\ Florida on Tuesday night last, but not of source, that a movement is on foot which 21-Sclfr. Arthur Burton, Crockett,

J' < : sufficient force to do any injury. It was will soon take shape in a very improved Savannah ; ballast to master.

j" i 1 r probably an offshot of the cyclone which steamboat service between our city and 22-Schr. Benjamin C. Terry, :Moore c za s2 ayt

i.,, ; created such devastation in Alabama,Georgia Savannah.The New others.York; ballast, Eager and TERMS ECASH.

,.. :'; and North Carolina on Tuesday afternoon. new line proposed for the inland "
1 route between Georgia and Florida will 2 l T
j f' The British "
( steamship Zealous was cleared 18-Schr. Howard Williams, Hyer,
'i. I ,: by :Mr. \\ m. Lawtey Thursday for the commence at the beautifully-located watering Philadelphia ; scrap iron, by D.

I :"" United Kingdom with the following place called \Iontgomery-alread: a Maxwell.: $;tnandena&teda
, cargo: favorite resort with the citizens of Savannah Feb. 19-S. P.City of Bridgeton, Dennette,
, fi' 750 tons of cotton seed, 1,098 barrels rosin Savannah, with freight and pas-

' :" and 11 bales cotton. Value of cargo, $21,100. and connected with that town by a sengers, by W. B.TucJcer, agent.

z6; She goes to Beaufort, S. C., finish loading.Mr. short line of railway some two miles in 21--S. P. City of Dridgcton, Dennette, Ti :::)

length. From Montgomery all will be plain Savannah ; with freight and .
Paul Funke, of the New York clothing
: sailing, and the miserable and tortuous passengers by W. B. Tucker,
; and gentlemen furnishing store hast agent.
.. ::1 leased one of the stores in the new Stark navigation of Romney Marsh and the intricate 21-S. S. State of Texas, Risk 1,542 /-7

,1 channel near Warsaw Island entirely tons, New York ; freight and !i,. .
: : block, and will move his stock of
goods avoided. Arrangements are also contemplated passengers, to R. .South wick,
: : there as soon as the building is finished. agent.
with the of steamboats of I
'. ," This will be one of the handsomest and owners a 21-S. S.Zealous, Louttit, Queenstown
.f much larger, safer and more commodiousclass ''' for orders Wm. Lawtey, cot-
t ;j ;
1 roomiest business locations in the'cit'J and
, -
than have ever traversed these waters. ton, cotton-seed and rosin.
;: ,; we are glad to learn that :Mr. Funke's increasing '
But over and above all these, the greatest IN PORT. -
: business necessitates this
change of desideratum will be obtained in a saving of Sehr. Silas.C. Evans, Endicott.Sch. ---

} .-1; location. Mr. Funke came here some nine D. W. Hunt, Baker.
.1 upward of four hours in the time requiredfor EGGS FOR HATCHING.BROWN .
" years ago and by his integrity, close attention the Schr. Chas E. Lester. Truitt. CITY ,
service which it is
'r confidently pre- Schr. Mary I,. Allen. Butler. I
and business has
capacity built for
; up dicted will be made schedule LEGHORNS
on a connect- Schr. Flora Rogers. Jamieson.
l E :, himself remunerative trade. IN ANY QUANTITIES ROCKS.
( ing with our railway systems at Fernan- Schr. Susan H. Ritchie Bartlett.

I,' -. At Fernandina, which I recently visited, dina as punctual :as the most favored rail- Schr. Arthur Burton, Crockett. PEKIN DUCKS.

:" ;1 the tourist will find one of the most excel- road routes. Schr. Benjamin C. Terry, Moore.

I"" : lent kept and well furnished hotels in AT MARKET RATES. PRICE, $2.00 PER SETTING OF 13-
all; Aware of the many difficulties which at Lost.

,.t.1 Florida and that is the Egmont Hotel, the present beset the navigation of the inland On January.15th, from the Florida Tran- Guaranteed Pure and Fresh.

I; .. ; a proprietor of which is Mr. Geo. W. Kittelle. route, especially throughout the greater sit &; Peninsular Railroad train, between 9 J. FRED LOHMAN. 9'lARRES F. SCOTT.

3 L H 4 It is owned by the Egmont Hotel Company, part of its northern section, we are loth to Fernandina and Gainesville. a lady's saddle,

.',: ;r t of which ex-Senator Yulee is president. blame, while we cannot but deeply lament I directed to Mrs. John A. Whitney, Orange
Lake P. O. The finder will please return to
d t
H : This hotel was built in 1877, and is perfect the sad Three Particular PoInts.
h i short-comings of the present schedule Captain. H. King, Fernandina, Fla.

!' .! :. as to its appointments. The table, service which doubtless militates against our Point the First.-BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is not an intoxicating com

) "1' ': and attention are as good even as that of the city, and therefore hail with exceeding cor- It is tonic medicine
1,000,000 Brick for Sale, pound. a not a drink. It is a skillfully compounded

r; c.: *Fifth Avenue Hotel, New YOlk, and those diality the good news which we are enabledto At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick preparation made to restore strength and health; not a beverage to be soldin

; a who have ever sojourned there will bear med place before the readers of the Mirror. 2jx4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON &; Co., bar-rooms and taverns.POl'n .

r ': out in this statement.-Correspondent Boston 4G-4m :Macon, Ga.
the Second.-BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is free from everything

: t Budget. For ITrs. Suhrer." J- Wood, Wood. injurious. The most delicate ladies and the most enfeebled infants may
:: Notice has been given of of the Some kind
meetings anonymous friend has sent to
\ Having recently established a Wood-Yard use it with perfect safety and with great advantage. While it is powerfulin
4 stockholders of the Florida Central and the Mirror an enclosure of $3 marked
as near Dury'de's hull, provided with all the its remedial agency, it is gentle in its operation, restoring wasted strength
." Western Railroad at Jacksonville on the above. The monehas been forwarded. necessary machinery for sawing and splitting
and imparting robust health in the most efficient
g consider
: 29th of February, to a plan of consolidation -

t' .. with the Florida Transit& Peninsular Just Arrived-For Sale Cheap. FIRE-WOOD, Point the Third.-BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is made by the Brown
:( Railroad Company the Leesburg & 100 barrels Lime, I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood, Chemical Company of Baltimore, a long-established house, whose reputation

150 barrels Potatoes. sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fire- is well-known the business world and the commumty
r F A Indian River Railroad Company, and the Early Hose, Peerless, and Burbank. place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD. to general

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