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: March 15, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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RAILROAD NOTES. of such we would advise a change; of plan TEMPERANCE s RESOLVES. to Pensacola as remote. The considerationof WASHINGTON.

for in nine cases out of ten their search will
e expense to some of the delegates is
I fur the most part disposed of by the low WOMEN S
Jacksonville Herald, in conversationwith sudden and i ignominious demise. Good UNION. SUFFRAGE.. COMMENCED-TIIE MORRI
of the rates of fare to Pensacola secured over the
Captain Charles: F. Smith, chief engineer laborers, willing and intelligent workers are At the State Convention the Women's main lines of road. Xo proposition has SON TARRIFF BILL.

on Saturday at a premium, and soft job hunters at dis Tip the Editor of the Mirror:
of the International Railways a Christian Temperance Union, held in Jacksonville been made for the benefit of western dele-

last learned that the outlook for the count. _. on the 28th and 20th ult., the following gates giving them a low rate to n point distant WASHINGTON, D. C., March 8.

construction of this road grows more favorable -- -- - resolutions from their counties. To extreme South Washington is seldom without a conven'
COTTON=SEEIJ I were passed :
The captain returned the OIL.
every day. Florida Pensacola is as accessible as tion of some kind and this week
any two are in
As the scientists become WHEREAS, We are firmly convinced
other day from Tallahassee, where he had more acquaintedwith that interior point in Northern Florida. the

been on business: connected with the I road, the seed of the cotton and the productsit the traffic in intoxicating liquors is an evil, upper half of the peninsula, for a steamer or session here. One is the Baltimore conference -

and left that morning for Tampa, where ; yields, they are more demonstrative in and that continually at war:with the sacred chartered at Key West could take up dele- of the Methodist Episcopal Church and:

work has already commenced. It is the intention their expressions of admiration and set interests of individuals and society, antagonizing gates from different counties at Tampa, the other is the Woman's Suffrage Conventi -

of Mr. Julian Naramore, the contractor their valuation of them at a higher point. morality, education) alid religion ; Cedar
Key and Apalachicola and, as the attendance on. The latter body is holding unenthusiastic -
to have a sufficient force to work the For almost 100 years we have been growingthat producing disease, poverty; lawlessness and of from counties
persons often
seed and crime ; filling our jails, alnms-houses and meeting, and there are about one-
entire }line between Tampa and Sumterville the last eight or .: largely'exceeds the number of delegates

at the same time. The road is to be constructed ten.years the growers regarded it more or asylums with in mates ,at%}public expense; have no doubt that there would be such, we a hundred officers and delegates present from

less "a nuisance." The oil to be subverting the family, soevju and religiousinfluences various States.'
with a'il'\\' to durability, and to and valuable proves > 1J number of passengers! as would reduce the Twice daily sessions are-
more more we become
pa:<;s merit, and run at the greatest speed of preparing it has been kept secret as far as our noblest and best to (jrunkard's graves, for the round trip at the most. and the interested and ringing speeches are

to lwuM.nl of the largest size possible, but with the use ot alkalies the and as we are most profoundly convincedthat In
Steel raiN arc considering the made
political influences on
to pertinent
subjects such
as "Theproposed
operation of extracting it is the
quite a for this
simple only remedy gigantic evil i is
and the entire work done in first-class style. affair. To, say about fifty gallons of oil, total abstinence and l i be controlled, exercised or created by having disenfranchisement of the womenof
prohibition therefore
All necessary means and material have beenurrallA'l"tJ. heated 'to about 180 Fahrenheit, is added be the convention at Pensacola, we cannot but Utah," "Woman the unknown quantity
to the about three gallons of caustic soda of the it. .'
itnd arc now subject COtu.pany's perceive that tlIPstronglr it. The in politics" "Woman before the law "
approve and
specific gravity of 25 to 30 Ban me for a Resolved 1. Ti at believing intemperance ,
order. few hours, stirring constantly. When settled and the use of and traffic in jealousy that exists between some towns or the "Statesmanship of woman." Frederick

Chief Engineer Smith is confident thatthere the oil is drawn off; and washed three intoxicating' cities of the State that have heretofore been Douglass and his new wife have been con-
liquors to be
will he no slackening of work until times with hot water. This produces as the greatest obstacle at this in close communication, and the Iccal sectionalism spicuous attendants each day. The dele
good a quality of refined oil as the Southern time in the way of the.increase of the kingdom -
line i iol and when finished
the entire : completed, generated in these minor political gates the platform and
occupy lady in
mills put upon the market. Much poorlyrefined of our Lord Jesus Christ, we do
l will be the equal of any road in the oil is sold, which has deteriorated all earnestly centres, are not to be disguised, however the audience remarked to me that they did
request ministers of .;
Union, and be operated only by experienced the value which care and desire to secure th. (;;ospel to bring much to be regretted. Several of them not look "'stronb minded" at all, but very
railroad men. No sub-contracts are to be reputation for a brand would secure.Vchl- subjects often to thet(tention of their would like to have the convention, and as much like other minded women. Only one-
reiined oil be used for congregations, to invite
can personal influencein
let only to men who are capable of performing any nondryingoil only one can the others would be dissatisfied, of them wears short hair, Mrs. Ricker, a
it of gluten
purposes.r clearing the laudable effort banish
every .to" this
} the work to the entire satisfaction of and para(fine it proves valuable lubricator ;. and the discontent would perhaps color lawyer of this city. Most of them wear
monster of evil from the .
those in charge of construction. That is tsac o bleachedrand purified with care it cannot bedistinguished R"" and society* popular, feeling even to some disaffection dresses of handsome material fashionably

who have had in from olive oil ; for making fine at large. m, toward the action of
to parties experience the convention, its made. Some wear corsage bouquets, and
toilet soaps it has no superior ; a good 2. That as lessons inculcated in, early lifeare
such! work. miner's oil can also be produced : it is valuable the most lasting bur"I:; the nominees, impairing the heartiness with diamonds are occasionally seen sparkling on

As the road advances rolling stock will be in pharmacy, is of wide use in the arts, all we cooperationof which they should be supported, and party the hands raised in emphasis of women's

added to meet all necessary demand, and by it is made into butter and into lard, and i is public, private O'i Sunday-school work be done, in the trying campaign beforeus. wrongs. Their spirited veteran leader,.

the time it is finished it will be stocked withthe much employed as a salve, a pomade and a teachers in this reform, to 'secure thoroughteaching All this would be avoided by none of Susan B. Anthony wears black satin with
soap and is far beyond lard for of
very cooking temperance in, all schools
best l and most approved locomotives and purposes, for frying, :and for making biscuits also to impart instructions, our the places having the convention, and thus tiny ruffles up the front. The coquetry of

car The bridging, trestling, etc, is to be and pastry.-Memphis Appeal. as:!.to the, moral nullifying these local i issues by the selection dress: has not been utterly consumed by the .
and physical evils from
} resulting tlie
of the most substantial material, and in -- alcoholic stimulants. use of Pensacola. There, at anew place, strangersto tires of her higher enthusiasm. Mrs. Blake,

1-li.irgc of first-class mechanics who underhand THE SILK INDUSTRY. usual surrounding influences, but at home in her address to the convention, reviewed
3. That all workers,
their business. The Women's Silk Culture Association of temperance be urged with the brother Democracy of the State i in the various presidential candidates from the-

The completion of this road will be of Philadelphia announces that a silk exhibi- to have one day in each ) ear set apart as"Children's one of its proudest cities. the action of the woman's standpoint. Edmunds, she said
bition will be held in "
that city commencingon Day, to hold public meetings
great importance to Jacksonville as well as April 21 and ending on May 2, at which with such services shall convention would be more likely than elsewhere would not do. He had always used his influence -

the balance of the State.-Sumlervillc Times. will be exhibited all the branches of industry as promote the to be untainted by the selfish: suggestions in the Senate against women.

THE FLORIDA MIDLAND & GEORGIA. R.- pertaining to the silk-growing interest cause of temperance: among the young peopleof l of sectional feeling, and fair impartial Blaine was better but he had never sup-
of the country. The exhibition will be on afar our State, and to this end respectfull.rsu !
On Tuesday the good news was received i in more extended scale than the first effortof gest the week preceding local elections. views would insure harmony of proceedings ported the cause of woman with a whole-

Madison that active preparations for workon the association, in January 1882, which, 4. That and wise results. souled ardor. The stalwart dictator of New
as a society and individuals
the Florida Midland & Georgia Railroad, although small in its: way gave a sharp impulse will we And it must be allowed that the Democracy York, Roscoe Conkling, said the speaker,,
to the sale of American silks and i so far as in us lies, sustain. only thosedealers
to extend' from Valdosta via Madison to I of the west, a political force decisive of never had anything but a sneer for women -
many firms who had stood aloof from offering who are known to) either sell nor y.
Deadman's Bay on the Gulf Mexico, had I American goods have since been obligedto furnish as a beverawjntoxicants State elections, are entitled to large con- besides, nobody wanted him. The favorite-
commenced at Valdosta. The engineeringcorps meet the public demand.In customers. to their sidcration of their wishes. We will not do sons of the Democracy were then passed ir

overseers of construction and other speaking of the coming exhibition, them the gross injustice to say that their review. Bayard, of Delaware, she said, wasa -
Mrs. John Lucas, President of the Women 5. That we will use all our to
officers arrived at that place the first of the Silk Culture Association, said : "We hope that; our excellent Local Option power Law is see earnest support of the action of the convention brave knight, but he might as well be put

week and are preparing to actively enter that the silk manufacturers of the countrywill forced throughout the State.G. en held anywhere has any price, but they away with the fossils of the National Museum -

upon the work of locating the line, cuttingthe help us with exhibits for that will insure have set their hearts upon having the con along with Solicitor Raynor when he-
the success of the affair. Silk culture That the thanks of this society be vention for the first time and set his lance
right-of-way and constructing the road to have their. against women. She thought
has made rapid strides since tendered to the
a year ago, and judges, legislators and commissioners
bed. The tools for use on the road are daily 45,000 pounds of cocoons were raised in tlws who have just claims conceded would kindle to warmer if Flower was nominated the women would

expected, and probably have already bcenrrecivc country last summer and shipped to .foreign I Local so nobly sustained the glow the fires of party zeal. Further, the smile on him, but Indiana's favorite son,
by this. A large number of hands markets, as there was no reeling machinery and to the newspapersthroughout important county of Escambia must be assured Joseph McDonald, was the man to whom
in the United States. There have been already the State that have advocated it.
have been employed, and 300 more are : to us-we hate to say"redeemed- women owed a debt of gratitude. By invi-
over sixty competitors entered for the 7. That we do
wanted at once. :Mr. '\V. F. Hughey is nowout Strawbridge & Clothier premiums ; last year county and State earnestly fairs request the officersof we will not think of her as lost. To have tation the delegates in a body called on the-

hunting up laborers, and came to Madison there were but twenty. We hope to make not to encouragethe the convention there, to have the people seethe President. Miss Anthony asked him if he-

again for that purpose. The site for the exhibition a school of object teaching, manufacture of intoxicating liquors by representative men of the Democracy did not think women ought to have full

and to this end afternoon lectures are pro offering premiums for wines, etc., and that from all of the broad domain equality in political and the
depot at Valdosta was selected on Wednes posed. Art schools will be invited to send they discard that parts of the rights President -

day. Monday next the management will designs of American painting and embroidery of exhibits. department from their list State to which they have recently been I replied, "We should probably differ*

commence operations, and with, they hope, on American manufactured silk, and brought near, would be to have themrealize I. upon the details of that question."
everything pertaining to the silk industry.:' 8. That we appeal to all religious, educational the full degree of their During the discussion of the Naval
a large force of hands the work will be pushed We trust that Louisiana, which occupiesso and political consequence appropriation -

rapidly on.-Madison Recorder. exceptionally advantageous a position as sanitary organizations throughouthe and the responsibility attaching to I bill the other day a digressing Republican -
State to aid
------ -- ----- to silk culture, will take a prominent part us in this work. their fealty to the party which alone can congressman attempted to twit the-

NEW COMERS. in this silk exhibition.-New Orleans Daily 9. Inasmuch as it is essential to have information ,control for good the affairs of the common Democrats for what he alleged to be political
and facts
The Echo spread broadcast throughout wealth. We believe that if the conventionbe cowardice. His illusion was to the nonappearance -
Orange Ridge truthfully says : Florida being altogether State
as our and
advantageous land
we do urge each held of the bill
"Hundreds of I at Pensacola, Escambia will be no touching the tariff
young men are constantly for silk-culture Louisiana member
cannot of
our Union to
exceptionally act as agent in longer a doubtful county, but one that can on wool, which it was predicted+
seeking homes in Florida.
new have
They so, but it is
an industry that spreading the best
may temperance literature
found be depended on for a goodly majority of would be brought forward in the
their chances of making a fortune ora not be overdone and will
we hope add millions the
among people
recommending the national Democratic votes.Tallahassee Floridian. House early this week. The member said
living in an older country much more to the income of Louisiana
as as organ, the Union Signal. the spectacle which the
party presented
precarious than in a new one. Many of
If the industry does not 10. That
prosperin all of the State
newspapers be NEWS NOTES. when it became necessary to protect the
these have barely enough capital to land} this State it will not be for lack of the requested to publish these resolutions for wool interests of the
great reminded
them in the State, but if they lack the enlightened efforts of Mrs. Ellen Call the BISHOP
Long, information of the public. of the Episcopal Diocese him of a race horse, who after being entered.

capital with they are generally richly endowed of Tallahassee, now resident in Philadelphia, 11. That we adopt the plans of work of Nebraska, is dead. for the race, throws up his tail, jumps over

determination and ambition to achieve who is giving the subject her earnest atten recommended LARGE fields of ice
by the National.omen's are reported as lying in the fence and abandons the contest. The
whatever they set their hearts to, and this tion. :Mrs. Long's book Silk Christian the track of
endowment course Farming in i Temperance Union, so far as practicable European steamers, a very unusual hammer here fell on the speaker, and :\Irr
will in the of time "
cer Florida, a manual of instruction so complete in our several localities. circumstance at this time of the year. Randall said after this flight of fancy on a

tainly win for them the capital or anythingfUe that it will commend itself to them asa 12. That the thanks of the convention be SENATOR LOGAN made a strenuous effort member of a decaying party he would callback

they desire. As a general ile thosewho made mecum, by following which they can returned to the churches that have opened to defeat, the bill for the relief of Fitz John the committee of the wnole to the consideration -

liable come with little or no monearc as not go amiss. At different places in Florida their doors for the meetings of the conven Porter. The Senate passed the bill Thurs of the pending bill. '

to' succeed as those who are more1ibcmll within fifty years past, perhaps longer, tion ; to the Library Association for the use day. Chairman Morrison has found it slow

supplied. For to leave the loving much silk has been &'raise "--- reeled, of their THE Morrison tariff bill has been
spunor pleasant hall ; to the press for its reported work getting his tariff bill through committee. -

protection of a paternal roof, and the kind sold abroad in cocoon. Florida silk has generous notices, and to the railroads of the to Congress. It provides for a reduction of The hearing of trade delegations was to

adversities guardianship of friends to battle with the been woven into fabrics, and nearly half a South and West ; also, the Florida Central, from 15 to 25 per cent., and puts salt, coal have closed some time ago but the doors of .

world and hardships of a calloused century ago it was spun into thread in some the St. Augustine, and the Florida Transit and lumber on the free list. the committee room have been besieged bye

requires more nerve than is generally Florida households for home use. As long 13. That the thanks of this convention be SEVERE snow storms are reported in th visitors who could not well be kept out- '

this"Mguiod by those who have been spared ago as that the writer saw wide fields cultivated returned to those ladies and gentlemen from Northwest, and very high water in the lower The bill was favorably acted upon on Thursday -
is' safe very pleasant experience. And it in morus multicaulis, which fed the abroad who have aided us by their presence Mississippi, threatening to break the levees last and will be reported to the Houseon -
e and say that those who have the coura worms in spacious cocooneries.. -Floridtan. and soul-stirring; words, and to Mrs. Chapinas and inundate the country as badly as in Monday next. Several scores of mem-
nerve to attempt a step of this ------ ---- -
acting president. 1882. bers of the House of-.Representatives have
Character must certainly be possessed of a. TUB New Orleans Exposition, if successful .. Tim Mexican Central Railroad has been
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goodly amount of the' at all so far as Florida is concerned prepared elaborate speeches on the tariff, exhibiting -
'go' that generally must THE
STATE CONVENTION.We completed to the City Mexico: and all-rail the great question in all its multi-
-To\\nb their labors depend the personal and individualefforts
with on
success. refer the reader to the letter"of communication is
"open now established between farious phases and from
every possible pointof
o lUnch has of our people in the
already been said of the furnishing ex Mr. Leonard
chairman of the Democratic that city and the Rio Grande. Tho City of view. The respective authors of the-
-1'lendid i opportunities offered by Florida to hibits. Transportation, etc., will be provided Executive
Committee of cambia county, the Aztecs is now within a few hours run of speeches think they are too good to be
Young wen that but the must act in
a simple endorsement of addressed
tlK'M' to lIon. Samuel Pasco, and in the western boundary of the United States, thrown away and are anxiously waiting for
remark is all to the exhibits themselves.
that is But They cannot be
necessary. commenting we exclude personal and it be taken for that
it will feeling, may granted sooner an opportunity to deliver. them.
those not be out of place to remark that extemporized or improvised successfully at }presenting the matter on its intrinsic points. or' later the United States will take Mexico The Senate has this week voted to extend

who come with the expectation of the last moment, We call especially upon The claims Pensacola .
Dame of as the place of in. and improve the Yellowstone National

their brow Fortune, unsolicited b)' the sweat of Nasssau county to consider what each man holding the convention are not too strongly TUE Senate has had under discussion and Park.; to protect the children of this district '

tliu showering upon them the goodly can do to illustrate Nassau county.THAT urged upon their obvious merits. It is true passed a bill to provide for judicial tribunals, from cruelty and neglect ; to make an appropriation
);sufthe '. .
and earth will be sadly, woefully -- -'--- ----- ------ that Pensacola is remote from a large portion in foreign countries. Senator: ,Call was in for the Military Academy at

uitly disappointed For to achieve excellent and sprightly daily, the I of the State but distance is measured and Senator bill
success in I ,as favor: Jones opposed to the West Point ; and has bad up for consideration -

lSar"y to any sphere or country it is neces- Florida Herald, announces that Mr. Douglaswill I by time rather than material space, that objection the latter taking the ground that there was again in executive session the treaty

r rule Florida labor long and labor late, and to this assume the duties of city editor, and goes for little now that rapid rail no power in constitution for establishing with Mexico. The House has voted to pen-

s.. i I.lt is no exception. Clerkships, )Ir. Campbell, recently of the Pensacola communication annihilates) much of both judicial'courts outside of the United States. sion the Mexican war veterans; to increaseits
: O'Js in Florida: and easyjobs' are not numer- Advance-Gazette, the department of State :time and space. Escnmbia and other west- Several of the ablest Senators concurred with force of employes by thirteen, and is now-

"Plating and to those who ,are-con" news. The Herald, deservedly popular ern counties have as good right to object to him in this view but the bill passed by a engaged discussing ,the naval appropriation '

r II' a removal to the State }in search' !'. under its presc'Jlt'able management. [ another point, as being i remote, as that! point considerable majority., bill. ''.' .-;:;."' .
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....". --J, .;t..:.>.'..,. ':". ', f.fLLI.j, .", ;.1'" '. .!", wordsyere, interchanged ori;this oc- I cigars";;. he' had seen cannon balls r 'andlinstocks. this; he begged to know if a life* of dis-'' ''\ The Wilppin-P.: :
c.'' ..'..., ,: "" casion. He haft also to tell the ..
f.1' 'if : % tant, unpretending devotion .would! ,. .
Little I
fun of fluff aitcl ,
:, ; :, pearl ;
It r 'J ,
t '' '. I At Reading the Marlborough\ of-our truth, swallowed a good bit of the Halifax telegram to the N 1'w: To r.;
'f' ," ,' Tell j is life I whirl 1 1 ,,.. mess-: afte'ra lapse of;years, erase the memory :
;., >;r ." Ine'Jr.IY. ht? .-' ale; made one of the safe investmentsof room poker, which made it as impossible of his madness-his crime Herald says: For the first time iu the
t ". .".j ',, In folly's tickle crew that he Times and history of the maritime prorlne s the"catoninetails'
day ; bought a for Major: Hoskyns to descend, to She did not knoShe must
;,. .;. ,.: .,'"*", ,,' ',' -.,... .There. is naught as blithe' :tS01..' ??. ... Punch the latter full of word bid now :: : has been tt:eil ok th-
: .: ." tji, Or as bright. 'steel-pen an ungehtlem'anlike or action I him i adieu,, as she handsome prep- back of a civil prisoner. Last 'l:
: eTen .
: ..' : .- -thrusts and wood-cuts. Valor and as to brush his O\vn'trousers below the arations to make for '
': "I You know no other skies :a ball in the Cres- Andrew Doyle, a man.well known abon. '

,:. : f'",', ; Save my lady's azure eyes beauty deigned to laugh at some in- I knee.. r T\ cent, where everybody was to be. Halifax ,for his brutal,disposi; ion and

,\ __- ..>,3rr; ..l, ,,, '. e', =-j'. ",' Alia-gleam; .: lamed humbug or other punctured by Captain, Dolignan l told this, gentleman They parted, and Dolignan} determined who was convicted last October of an
.R. ; .. ;' Ami beneath them, : and ,
night day .
Punch. Now assault
laughing together thaws his but be on a six-year-old girl
'I' -. : .., : 'J.nthe'"omentsglicieawuy ; story In gleeful accent ; to at the ball, where every- received
,:, :; ; out human ice;' long before Swindonit Major Hoskyns heard him coldly and the punishment above mentioned in theyard
j : .:, : Like a dream. body was to be.LHe was there, and
of the
t -," :,, .. ... .q" V;V ;; was a talking match-at Swindon as coldlyanswered that he had knowna after time he obtained ; county jail. He wen: -
a:, :: j .' Each: silver strain a-float : some an intro- tenced to nine-months'
:, \ who so devoted as Captain Dolignan ? man to l lose his life for the imprisonment
;: ", From mv lady's slender throat: same duction to Miss Haythorn, and he during which time he should! receive
1,: ';. ,' You have heard; -he handed them out-he souped thin g."That's. danced with her. Her manner was twenty lashes on the bare back. The
i j' '. ,.. And oftentimes nest hem he "
you : them-he
nothing continued the With whipping, which was administered
In the roses at her breast gracious. the wonderful tact of in
,,:' ,, "... ::' .. Like a [bird. brandied and cochinealed one; and he Major unfortunately he deservedto her sex she seemed to have commencedthe the jail-yard, was performed by a sailor
brandied and burnt-sugared the other. l lose it/' belonging to Her Ma'esty's
'f, that war-ship
Oh, the [blushes you have, hid acquaintance evening. '
s Griffin, this
'c..' And behind On their return to the carriage one At this blood mounted to the now at port. T 'erc were
," the notes [ you slid, young night, for the first time, Dolignan was six
: : ;:- Naughty fan lady passed into the inner compart- man's temple ;' and his senior added, in love. I will the reader all persons present, including two
spare alover's men. An iron ,
i newspaper triangle
,. :. ;, "*i.; The witcheries you weave. ment to inspect certain Consisting
:: ': r Have the cunning to deceive a gentleman'sseat I mean to say he was thirty-five ; you, arts, by which he succeeded in of three bars, each about nine

",..';:. ,., Any man. on that side of the line. I presume, are twenty-one !I" dining where she dined, in dancing feet in length, was erected in the yard

:'',.' .' < Humanity rebels Reader, had it been you or I, the Twenty-five." where she danced, in overtaking her for the purpose.

"i : :,\C, lrClmentionhuJfthespeJJs Beauty would have stayed with us till That is much the same thing ; will by accident. His devotion followedher The prisoner had been dreading the

', .. You employ ; all was blue, ourselves includednotmore you be advised by me.'' to church, where the dragoon was infliction of the lash, but had not been
:;'\ "Yon laugh at [breaking hearts, does slice informed of the impending whipping
: surely our of bread and "If will advise
you me. rewarded by there i is world
:: And a lover's aching smarts learning a until the medical officer entered the ;jail
:': You enjoy. butter, when it escapes from our hand, Speak to no one of this, and send where they neither polk nor smoke- about five o'clock p. m. When told

-,' ; Yet, in spite of everything, revolve it ever so often, alight face White the .cS, that he may think you the two abominations of this one. that the time had arrived Doyle trembled

r, .. Still! I bless your snowy wing, downwards on the carpet. You have lost the bet." He made an acquaintance with her violently. He was directed to strip to
: When dare seen a dog meet an unknown female of lt the waist, wh'ch: he did. With
,I I you That is hard when I won it. uncle, who liked him, and he saw at a swing
: To screen her hand and mine, his species how handsome how '* inn walk he approached the dreaded
I ; expressive Do it for all that sir.
I with joy that her loved
t ':':' :, .So mamma" may not divine eye to The sailor who
triangle. to do
: I ."_ .'. [\Vho1s there. he becomes; such was Dolignan Let the disbelievers in human per- dwell upon him, when she thought he whipping stood there was the

E f' after Swindon, and to do the dog jus- fectibility know that this did not observe her. quietly puffing a
::, : \}you her touchlOh I dragoon Capable cigar, apparently !thinking very Title: of
.'' : .' ,.I cannot tell how much! tice, he got handsomer and handsomer.And of a blush did this virtuous ac- It was three months after the Box the work before hIm. H3 held In his

', -" \ ilt is sad you have seen a cat conscious of tion, albeit with violent reluctance; Tunnel that Captain Dolignan called hand two slender ." The whip

: -ITust to see her gently tip approaching cream-such was :Miss and this his first beyond the handle was a little
f .JP You against her cherry lip was damper. A week one day upon Captain Haythorn, over a
f'f : Drives me mad Hay thorn ; she became demurer and after these events, he was at a ball. R. N., whom he had met twice in his foot in length, the nine tails at the end

3 demurer. Presently our captain looked He was i in that state of fictitious dis life and of each bearing several small, hard
: Alas I would I knew slightly propitiated by violently knots. The material was of no

,, :;' 'Half, the secrets known to you, out of the window and laughed. This content which belongs to us amiable I listening to a cutting-out expedition ; thickness than an ordinary fishing-line greater,

"f "" As it is, Dainty fate fan I elicited an inquiring look from :Miss English. He was looking in vain fora he called, and in the usual way asked but very tough. Walking over to where

", ,: In Damoclean my distress guess, Haythorn." lady equal in personal' attractionto permission to pay his addresses to his the sailor stood, Doyle grasped him by

,:.'j j As I can. We are only a mile from the Box the idea he had formed of George dauahter. the hand, shook it heartily, and asked

: 'I J ',.,;":.1/.,,t I J 1",I .Beauty's p"et'a word i aside I Tunnel., :' Dolignan as .a man when suddenly The worthy Captain straightway began strike him to in be as easy as. possible and not to
one place.Immediately
: While you flutter in your pride, Do you always laugh a mile from there glided past him a most delightful doing quarter-deck, when suddenly the work of

Have care; the Box Tunnel ?" said the lady. vision-a lady whose beauty and he was summoned from the !. securing
to the iron
""Or ere the season's through Doyle triangle was per-
,,' '' ,' She may weary too of you, Invariably." symmetry took him from the eyes- apartment by a mysterious message. formed, his knees and feet being
So beware! What for? another look ; "it can't be Yes it is." On his return he announced, with a strapped apart each to one of the iron

-Sctuixcl JUintnrn Peck in Home Journal. "Why" hem! it is a gentleman'sjoke. Miss\ Hay thorn,! !. (not that he knew her total change of voice, that It was all bars, and his hands bound together,

name), but what an apotheosis right, and his visitor run along being held above his head by a suspend-
;: ,TUK BOX TUNNEL. then might in Captain Dolignan recounted to The duck' had become
a peahen. .- I side as soon as he '
,' ]Miss May thorn the following : radiant dazzling she looked : wooden bar crossing just above hw
twice reader has divined
; My the truth
: : The 10:15 train glided from Pad- as ; chest, and on this the prisoner leaned.'
"A lady and her husband
sat beautiful
together and.almost twice this nautical
as large'as commander, terrible to Doyle called out that his hands were too
: 7th 1847. In the left
"- lington, May of certain first-class going through the Box Tunnel before. He lost sight of her. He found the foe, was in complete and happy tight, when they were loosened s'i: ;htly,

compartment a -there was one gentleman opposite ; her again. She was so lovely she made subjugation to his' daughter, our and he said that would do. The sea-

carriage were four passengers ; of those, it was pitch dark ; after the tunnel, him ill-and he, alone, must not dance heroine.As man called: "Now: then, arc you

: two were worth description. the lady said : George, how absurd of with her, speak to her. If he had been he was taking leave, Dolignan ready? Who's going to count? Head
The lady had a smooth, white, delicate to salute the warrant." "No, never mind the
you me going through content to begin her the his
acquaintance saw divinity glide into the draw- "
'd. brow, strongly marked eyebrows warrant, said Doyle; "hurry up.
'I did no such Youdidn't usual it
way, might have ended in ingroom.He .
the Sheriff, producing the document -
eyes that seemed to change color, anda ?' 'No Why ?" Because, some- kissing ;. it must end in nothing. As followed her, observed a sweet mentioned from his pocket, hastily

good-sized, delicious mouth, with how thought you.did !I' she danced sparks of beauty fell from consciousness deepen into confusion- read it.Drawing.

,' teeth as white as milk. A man could Here Captain Dolignan laughed and her on all around, but him-she did tried to laugh, and cried instead, and i back a couple of feet from

not see her nose for her eyes and endeavored to lead his companion to not see him ; ; it was clear she never smiled again ; when he kissed her handat the triangle, the sailor rolled up the

.mouth ; her own sex could and would laugh, but it was not to be done. The would see him-one gentleman was the door, it was George and right'sleeve of his jacket, and takingone
< .have told about it. of the two cats in his hand
us some nonsense train entered the tunnel. right ,
assiduous "
particularly she smiled :Marian instead of
; on Captain this
.She wore an unpretending grayish :Miss it was raised above his head. "Count,1'he
Haythorn-Ah !IDolignan his
assiduity ; he was ugly but she and "Miss" the other.A .
.' dress buttoned to the throat with ; cried to one of those present, and the
-What is the matter? smiled him.Dolignan
: j on reasonable time after this (for my whip descended with a sharp report on
buttons and Scottish
; .lozenge-shaped a :Miss Haythorn am frightened. was surprised at this suc- tale is merciful, and skips formalitiesand the prisoner's naked back:: strik'.i" ;!ri* ll';

: .shawl that agreeably evaded color. Dolignan (moving to her side)- cess, his ill taste, his ugliness, his im torturing delays) these two were across, about four inches below the

J.. She was like a duck, so tight her plain Pray do not be alarmed ; I am near pertinence. Dolignan at least found happy. They shoulders. At once the lash wai i aised
very were
once more
.': : feathers fitted her ; and there she sat, himself again, and the .'e man continued to pc*-t-
injured. Who this the railroad
you.Miss was man upon going to enjoy their form
i smooth and delicious with his work as calmly as ole
: poss
: snug Hay thorn-You are near me- and what right had he to on so ? honeymoon all by themselves. :Marian
go unt 1 tWFnthsh had been in it ted.
book in her hand and of her
., \ r a soupcon very near me, indeed, Captain Dolignan. He never kissed her, I '' said Dolignan was dressed before duck- the time ,
: ,wrist visible she held it. suppose as occupied; Uei& :; little m 1:;:l.=t
.i ,-:: ; just as Dolle. Dolignan could not prove it, like and delicious ; all bright except half :i minr.ic. A spectator cali,--t .tch

': ":,." Her opposite neighbor was what I Dolignan-You know my name but felt that somehow the rights of her clothes ; but George sat beside her strok ; aloud as it '(d(. On the la.;!h ;Vsilifted

-calla good style of man-the more to :Miss! Hay thorn-I heard you mention property were-illvaded., He went home this time instead of opposite and she the second time a narrow: -feat!
: his credit since he belonged to a corporation it.. I wish ; was visible 0:1: Dovle's back and a lint
: ; we were out of this and dreamed .of Miss Haythorn, and drank him in gently from, her long ;(
: !: that turns out the worst imaginable dark place. hated all the shudder ra :s ed through his frame,but
., ugly successful. He eye-lashes.
at once his forced
f of regained com
style young men. He was Dolignan-I could be content to fortnight trying to find out who his Marian said
George, "married posure. But ou the lash having. fallen
: officer
I' ;'. ,' -a cavalry aged twenty-five. He spend hours here, reassuring you, my beauty was, he never could encounterher people should tell each'other all. Will the fifth time Doyle began writhe: and
had a moustache, but not a very repulsive dear lady.DolignanPweep. .
again. squirm.Though
you ever forgive me if I own to you ;
f one ; not one of.those sub- (Grave reader At last he hard of her he
in this way : no- as yet had uttered no
I'I'I'. + nasal pigtails on which soup i is suspended do not put your lips to the next pretty A lawyer's clerk paid him a little visit "Yes Yes !" sound his back was beginning to look

: ': I like dew on a shrub ; it was creature you meet., or you will under- and commenced a little action against Well, then, remember the Box rather red, but no blood had appeared.On .

; ): short, thick, and black as a coal. His stand what this means.) him in the name of Miss Haythorn for Tunnel ?" (This you was the first allusion the thirte ntii: however, an agonizedcry
,; teeth had not been turned was heard and during the remain-
yet by Miss Haythorn-Ee Ee her
in he had "
insulting a railway train. ventured to it.) I am ashamedto der ]
of the shouted
: :,; tobacco smoke to the color of his whipping l Doyle
.. juice, Friend-What is the matter ? The
I had
gentleman shocked .cs
young was ; say to .: 10 with White with apparently increasing pain. The
clothes did not stick to nor hang on Miss Haythorn-Open the door endeavored
: to the lawyer's clerk ; that I would kiss one of two twentieth stroke having been laid on
:., ;;., him, he had an engaging smile, and, Open the door that machine did not thoroughly com ladies,"and GeorgePathetic you the man was untied, and the doi-tor: ,

;:: ; : :..1't what I liked the dog for, his vanity, There was a sound of hurried whispers -, prehend the meaning of the term. The chuckled within. externally, taking a sponge soaked in water

;,: which was inordinate, was in its proper the door was shut and the blind lady's name, however, was at last revealed I know that I overheard washed the lacerated back. Only one
t i.- '-. -place his heart not in his face ; small stream of blood was descendingon
: : ;/ jostling ,pulled down with hostile sharpness. by this untoward incident ," was the demure
l. : you reply. the left side of back but aft-
1 f! other who have none-in Doyle's
\ ,' people's a .If any critic falls on me for putting from her name to her address was buta 'Oh overheard ?
you me Impossible er the"sponge had been applied the
:; .;':,y word, he was what one oftener hearsof inarticulate sounds in a dialogue as short step ; and the same day our !," surface looked very badly, and the

I .:. ;s;"( .than meets-a young: gentleman! above, I: answer with all the insolenceI crestfallen hero lay)in wait at her door, And did you hear me whisper to marks of the cat were plainly seen.
;',; He was conversing in an animated can ,command at Hit and The had the
present, boysas many a succeeding day without my companion ? I made a bet with whipper struck in almost
whisper with a companion, a fellow- big as yourself;" bigger, perhaps, effect. her."' same spot at every stroke, and the effectof
<:;: officer they were talking about what such the lashing was only visible over a
: ; as Sophocles, Euripides and Ares But one fine afternoon she issued You made a bet with her? How
.:: it is far better not to-woman. Our tophanes. They began it and I learnit forth surface.
quite naturally, as if she did i it singular What was it ? Before
the small
; friend clearly did not wishjo be of them whipping began a
{ overheard sore against my will. every day, and walked briskly the Only a of "
: on pair gloves, George. piece of hard rubber had been placed in
for he
t _:; : # cast ever ;anon a Miss Haythorn's scream lost most of parade. Dolignan did the same, met Yes, I know ; but what about it ?'. Doyle's mouth for him to b'te, and
furtive at his fair vis-a vis and
P "'i" glance its effect because the engine whistled and passed held several times on the That if you did, you should be now, removing this, he took the sailor's
lowered his voice. She seemed comjpletely forty thousand murders at the and my hand and sad: "No not
',;.. ," same parade, searched for pity in her husband, dearest. "Good-bye.
; ;:,::,' absorbed in her book, and thatr time ; :'and fictitious grief makes itself f eyes, but found neither look of recognition '* Oh but stay ; then could not good-bye," replied the tar. "I hope to
.reassured him. heard you meet in old
r when real cannot. you again, another place.
other have
nor sentiment been
i ; :: :, '' At last the two soldiers came down Between the tunnel and Bath all this she any ; for so very angry with me, fellow." "No, you won't," rejoined

**: ''to a whisper (the truth must be told) friend had time to ask himselfif ouryoung after the, other walked and walked, till 1 then. Why, dearest, then you brought Doyle, "not after such as this," and,
t '- promenaders were tired that action against me ? putting on his coat, he walked into tho
.; -the one who 'got down at Slough his conduct had been
marked and
by gone-then her Mrs. and afterward
: culprit summoned Dolignan looked down. jail building sat down. Doyle -
:1"": :and was 'lost to posterity, bet .clO to that delicate reserve which is resolution said
supposed and off that his
taking his hat with I was afraid sufferingduringthehashing
.' ','i,, TV:a. .a3, that he\who was going down with to distinguish the perfect gentleman. a voice for the first time tremulous me. you were forgetting had not been so great; as the
; "j'I:'" us to Bath and immortality would not With a long face, real or feigned, he besought permission to address her. me.,. you never will forgive spectators supposed, as he had feigned

;"t: kiss either of the ladies opposite upon held open the door his late friends at She feeling intense pain for fear the sailor
stopped blushed and Sweet
angel here is
;(! the road. to ac Why, the Box would lay the whip on heavier. Tho
tempted on the other side
0.' escape knowledged nor disowned his Tunnel !I"
: ac seaman who performed the whipping
"Done done 1"
.impossible J they must pass him. She quaintance. He blushed, stammered, Now, reader-fie no no such received live dollars/ for his task.
.< Now I am a man I have"hitherto whom he had
sorry insulted (Latin for but how
ashamed he how he !
was, thing can't be
you expect to
s ; : praised should have lent himself kissed) deposited somewhere at his feeta indulged -- Ro:':J. Boniieur i is ixt\-tne yat5
... to be punished how he in in this
.. ', in to such look was way every time we come to a old, but is said to be full of"energy and
even a whisper, a speculation of.. gentle, blushing :
reproach punished how dark
little she knew
; Besides
c unhappy is
; not the in excellent ]health. In conversationwith
"I t ; "but nobody is wise at all 1 the other, whom, he had not insulted he
was, and concluded by ,begging thing Consider; two sensible married a voung artist not long ago j>he
hours not even when the clock isstriking i darted red-hot
1' daggers at him from her not let all the world said to i
to know people. No such phenomenon, I : "My dear, you can t afford ignore
five-and-twenty; and you to her eyes, and so they parted.It the disgrace of a man who was already you, took place. No scream in the opinion "of the world, even in

\' consider his profession, his good looks, was, perhaps, fortunate for Doug mortified enough by the loss,of her acquaintance helpless, ,rivalry of the this small things. If you do, you are sure
,;t and the temptation-ten to three. nan that he had the grace to be a She ked time. Charles engine- to suffer. It doesn't pay to be eccen-
a an explanation JRcade.
After Slough ,the party was reduced friend to :Major Hoskyns of his regiment he told her of,the action that had been; tric, even if your eccentricity helps you
to three at Twyford one lady dropped a veteran -- along in your studies. You mint remember -
; laughed at 1 by theyoungsters ,
; commenced in -
; her She to
her handkerchief Doli name. gently Real estate in Gainesville has increased that all studies are a means
Captain for the
; nan ,
:' Major was too apt shrugged her shoulders and said, '* Howstupid' in value an end,and you are to sacrifice nothing,
.fell it like a lamb. Two or three' .t look-coldly 500 ,per cent during
ou <> billiard
} upon balls and defeat or
; i '- : they a.re1"! Emboldened by the past two nothing whatever, that can
f \ .. i f : years. I' hinder that end.-N. 1: Graphic.







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--- .':/THE/'FLORIDA: MIRROR.:' MARCH 15, 185.TtoTIcIiTTTTI. I .. .

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: 1 Ullll the S g 1))............... ....................'3813' X 2.;) E 400 ;24 79 DRUGS MEDICINES ETC.' '; '
ILot 12, block 9. Fernandina.................... / I I .
Iloux George S ......... { Lot 2.3. .. 16 .. .................... I I "
.. .,
l..c It li.t G. _.................. I 3S 30 ESTADLISI-.IED 1S75.
given that the following described lands will be sold at auction Robinson .toses.. .....:.... Lot 3........................ ......... .................. 6 2 N 28 134 6 71
T ti.c !beret public Subrer F C......... .... .... Lots EL' ---
? Monday" the 7th day of April 1884, in front of the Court House at Fernandina 26 anll :7, block 2. \.rnalldilla_...... I 8 60
OH C-oiinty of Nassau, or so"much thereof will he to the Sike. J Ii..................... S 'V 1- ors E !.,.....................................15 4 \ 23E 40 5 98 DRUGS
ila i .' in tIe the 1Eh3. herein set opixteiie to the necessary with pay amounts Scott, 31. C.................... S of lot l 8. block 40. Fernm: +lina.. ......... 5 93 and MEDICINES'HORSEY
lin for same cost of saleM
fir taxi Swearingen, B. IL....... A- described:: in n deed on record in book

ml HIHlIh.ill : "R;' page 235 County record............ 38 2 N 27E 190 4 93
------, -- --- -- ;o.o-. Stnitb Philo........ ......... Lut3, lock 23. Ft.rnandilla.................... 11 12:
j :>1 (n y ;.. n a i::: Stallly, L. W................. All +ifs tiln 28 alld.............................. 33 2 S28E 70t 2 72 & CO.,
I DESCUIFTIOX.ijr. :=; o. 0OWSER. Sutton Ii.................... S E corner of lot 4 X 25E 21 4 51
i. 4 : z :a :;J. y.iI Thomas Jas........ ......... On X end<< uf....... 3..7.. : 3 N 28E G 3 18

.-''I - --; Tison J oh n......... ......... N W corner............... ..'.........................140 1 X 2.3 E 163. 4 51 =I

:---- .-Adam, E-t.ollS 1 of Lotl: ............................................ 25 4N2N 25 E 30 $ 2 72 W and S E }.......................................24 1 S24E 4741Y PHARMACISTS 1=

i Ar i\istron W nl_............... NbofN'E }....................................... 3 25E25E 40 9 30 \ 1 of.X E I, fractional S E 1_............... 9 1 N 25 EI9 626
llurncy,J.1{... .............. X E corner of the F P Sanchez grant ...... 2.3x 50( 5 67 All sectIOns 14, 18. 30 anll......... ......... 8 1 \ 2a 8U 1
Bnfurd Taliaf ..........
urnev: Jas. 0_............ ''In centre of the F P Starling rant ......... 5 2 N 25 E 40 7 18 rro, J. P.. NSWLNIofSESWot'SE r :#... 4 IN2SE: 5911 Centre Street'FERNANDINA
II'n't .Irs. M I. A........ S of lot G, block. 52.1l.rlwlHhna............ 1 99 ElElofN'V1.N WiofN"< },5W201\E: 6001
JCII'' J_............i 1As described I In a deed 1 on .in book NWSW1. NE 1........ .....................1G 1 N2" E
bra dduek.'t ? II." pages.I03 and 30-1Cc.H1l1t.rt'cords.42 record 2X2.3E SS'SE }........... .................................24 1N24F. 480; 27 98 FLORIDA.
'i 40 5 24Ilanthtll Wilds, Marion J..'.......... S E 1- and 20 acres in X W corner.. ......... 38 3 X :26 E 1501 G 12 .
:\ N .. ...Riot 12 of John Lowe grant.................... 48 3 X J8E2r 4 19
] I.,..1J ."..".."...*....1|:S: E corner I lot -9...................... ...........'... 17 4: \ E 61 5 3 77 \rillial11"on.: )1. J........... Lot 6, block 2"2. Fernandina................... I I 8 58 KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
n; rht I 'r IloteUt l lload Cu.: ].AS described in a deed on record in book Wood. \S'. I'; ............... { All of fractional................................... 21 228 E 58 of FRESH and PURE FOREIGN -
beacu ? j>.... 5 2tnd583Cunntyr'clfls. Lot 4. block 243, or part of.................... 23 3 X 23E 1 8 70 and DOMESTIC

heitigapartof ages ....................................13 3N 29E 82 10'rtne WiJliall1,. Petc! ........ ... Lots 10 and 11, block 27, Fernandina...::.. S 89
.... ........."S "" i Ol o W }......... ........................... 22 2 N 24E 40 4 71.5 Washington. JI:3............ S 'of S.W ;. lots 12 and 13......................11 4 X 24E 80 3 77 Drugs and *
+ SEofN'E; }......... ....................... Chemicals
r' 40 ,
MuSIX Lots and!
.... ........ 4 block 2, Old ern3lHhna IS I m......... ... { :
'al'l), ... .............1''NE f'. ofE *?'.. .. ............................. 3 31 gglll .S \\.1 ofN \\r }......... ........................... 34 4: X 25E 5 24
untsJ. C... ** i I'40 7 18 41j
t'.0\ v : Unknown..................... L+ t"2.3, block 1, Fer. ulHlina................:... 5 GG
...'Asdecribedinullfed and
... record Homoeopathic
in Patent
< rows. \.. r.1. p...... .. ? .,. on book!4,7 I i u ........ ............ Lots S. 9,11 arlll X 1 of 7. block 17. Fer- I I Medicines,.
L i
1.31..an'l1Count; .
.\s described lag : ) vcoris.Knbanlcs 5 2N 27 E 80. 3.1Gu.i'r .. ...................../ iiaudiua............................................. t 11 25 I
.... deed record in
I 1) 1..11....... .. a on ,' .. ..................... Lots 1.. 2. 13, 1.t 15 and 16, block W. Fer- j' .\ : Proprietary urn! Fancy Goods,. .
JI" t74. County reedlyds ..... ...
page : .i. 1 100 23 40 h ......:.............. nantlina............................................. 4 04
Hd'IIIJa\' S............... Lot 5, block 47, Fernaiulina! .................... <, -10 39 ., J I
..................... \S of lot block 5! FINE
8. : Fernandina .. .. TOILET
1:111\: \. n it.......... ......,,.ht 5. block 5-1. Fernalldlllu.................... 7. 18 .. I 7 87 ARTICLES,
n ; F. Lots U 15. 1G 17 and 18 block 18 Fer: ..................... W f'of lot 8, block 79. Fernandina ......... : 2 43
n \\',( e : h..................... Lots 1:1:
I nandina._ .. ..... ............. ........... .. 11. 12. :1111114. bind'k G. Old Tuwn I 2 76 PERFUMERY '
......(Lots 5 and 12 N of N W .N W 9 49. ..................... Lilt. 4,,lIlol."k 7. 0111 Town........... ............ 1 GO SOAPS, ET .,,
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Knick-on, Martin ......... S W i of S W :l.................... ........ ......... 22 2 l' 24E 40 1 9!) : 10. Old' Town......... 1 69
.......... .......... Lots 13 Ul1I114. block 10 for '
......... .......N i ofS E i: ofS W i of S W iW ............... 34 4 l' 2-1E 4 00 ( 82)), Old 'fo\'il i 1 69
Fisher] Henry : I'
..................... Lot
5. block Old Town ............. .
11. ...... ,
1 F'Illk. Jane:................. i ofS W i ofS W i orB W :i...............34 4 X 24E 91 1 99 ., .. ; : I 1 55 v
... .............. Lot block -
8. ..
f All of ....... .............. ...... .. ...................14 4 l' 24E 110, .1 12. ................. .I 3 02 &&- Physicians' Prescriptions
................... Lot block ? .
-s, L. 1 5andGSEofS I..5N2.4E| a. 13" ..................... '. 1 55
t. jLuts I : W iAs 201! 419 ......... ........... Lot-1 2. block 14. ..................... I I = i 1 55 carefully compounded with Drugs at
described in book pure ,
............ deed record ..
Franks, 1......... a on in I ..................... Lot ..... ........ .. I'
5 ................................... 1_" N 27 E 541 I 199
II, pages543 and 544, County records. 31 2 X 28 E G 5 24 ,. ..................... S of f:S 1:: }............................................ 20 3 X :4 E 40 187 reasonable prices.
Freeman, David............. That part east of Lofton Creek of............ 39 2 N 27 E 175 5 2-1 ,. -" ......... ..... .Lot. 9....... .. .. -- '_ _____ _h__ .___ _
.. ..... .. .... ....................-.............. 14 1E 1)1; 3 40 '
Ford, Mrs. Mary.anliuTK.A.Ebt.of.............,:S: E } ofS W iS ...... .................................14 2N 24 E 40 2 72 u ..................... X'.E.23
W i of S W iS ...................................... 3 IN 25 E 40 3 N26 E 160 f 3 60
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E i of N E iW ...... .................... .. .. 9
<; | : 1 N 25E 40 u ......... ........... X : S E .............................................. 2N24E 4501 I 8 31
Jl i ofN W.0 1 l' 25E 40 u .....................SofNW1.N of S W :1 lots 3atd4 ..
Lot 4_................................ : 2NZ5E 200 4 19
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2 N 27 79 4 78 u ..................... Lot 3 and G................................:...,.....17 4: N, 25E IoJ 3 79
irccn, TJiilip J..............jl In[ the S E corner............ ...... ..:... ......... 2 3 N 20 E GO G 71

flan, .) Cha ........... ......... Lot 4 ........ .............;.......... 7 4N2N 25E 51 4 51 WA11REN F. SCOTT Collector tQtl .{
f SEiofNElNEiofXWi........................................ 6 20 E 40 1"1.1.rarch Revenue Nassau County. G KENDALL'S
Fernumlinu. 141884. 6ot
I -.................. ................. 7 2N26E 40 : SpAV1tiGuR t.-_ =
4rccn, The Griffith grant............... .................. 4813 X'.dEI 391 --- -=."'-- --:3--: '""- -.
pctcr..l S I of.............................................. ...... .. N 6L 321 GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
All of............................... .................. 31 3 X 26E 600 27 29 THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY .
".-- J; !, S of N1' t, S 'Y t.....:...,............... 1 3 X 24E 579 -- -- -- discovered, as it is certain in its-

;" ., I IE i...... ..... .......................................... 11 3N24E 31G! I i effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
i':'. S E 1..................................................... 2 3 N 24E 1581f ; i WHOLALE AND RBTAIL.i BELOW.
E 1 of N 'V 1, N W'i of N E 1...... .. .'.';i' 3 X 24 E SUiXElofNE1.NofX'YS
"P I, W I I S I 10 1 1I 1-- --- Saved Him .

f' ofS 1. 1.-......... .......................... 121 3 X 24 E 3U8 'I $1,800.00.
I All of fractional............ ...... ................. U, 3 X 23 E 5.37 r i QH ADAMS, N. Y.
January 30,188'
1 0 .
NSWWofSESEofSE 17 3N25E ( 0
1.. jOGriffith. ) !
., : O Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.
)Middleton tC N 'v ofN E 1. 'V I. E i of:3 E !. S 'V I I Will dp be I'I' mailed n g B to gBKafwc all applicants m jrTss-an-*l->=Li to; ;. ',.f.,,', ._ ....,., GENTS Having used: a good deal of.
Pratt ', ofSE 1, S E 1 of N E }....................... 8 3 l' 2.3E 320 customers of last FREE year without ordering it. : Kendall's-Spavin Cure with your
1 Allot. '.. ..........'...' ..'.'.............. ...... 7!i3N25F U40 It contains illustrations prices, description and !| ; I would let know great what SUQ({'>s. I'thought
E.1 ofSWSWofNWI\ :'s E } directions for planting Vegetable and Flower 1 I done for Two you has

ofS1Y }.. ........... ..............................18)3N25E) 518 Seeds Plants etc. Invaluable to all. colt me. years ago I had as speedya '
A. as was ever raised in Jefferson .
S4ofNESE 1 ofN\VS i...... ...... 23 3N24E 440 D. 111. FERRY & CO.D IS&CuriosityiVariety KOTES, o When I was breaking him he kicked county.
All of.......................................... ........ 9.5 3 X 24 E 634 cross-bar and fast. overthe
': .. I All of................ .................................20 3 N 25E -- C hind all to got I and tore one of his
"; 1')40 -DEALER IN- legs pieces. the best
4 t ( All of(except NEt ofS E 1))..................21 3 X 25 E 100 00 I X r c's N farriers but they all said employed he '
Lots 5 and a, a subdivision of S i of... .......12 2 K 23E 2G r.I1 rfin He had was spoiled.
E of lot 19.............................. ........... 15 21E 5 a very large thorough-pin, and I'!
henry. Ceo......... ...... { Lot 1_....................... ...........................14 :! T"_8I.' 54 Store Family Supplies, cH used Cure,two and bottles it took the of your bunch Kendall's Spavin

N part of Lamb tract....... ..................... 23 2 N 28 E 15 19.14 he sold afterwards'for$1800 dollars entirely.off: and
Ili6Finbotltam. Mrs E.... Lots and 4.......................................... 20 4 N 25E 105 5 G8 HEAVY GROCERIES, :: used it for bone spavins and( ) I }Javeo'
wind-galls and'it
Hughes. E........... .........EofSWIofSWIofSW: }............... 34 4N24E 4 3 77 Offers a large and carefully selected has always cured ,
Higginbotham, Arthur.. S \V 1 ofS E 1.............,......................... 7 2 S 23E 40 7 15 I ., leg smooth. completely left. the-

Iiarrison Miss E_......... North J of.........".................................. 43 2 S 28 E 200 8 60 It is medicine for
STOCK OF HOSIERYFor a splendid rheumatism.
Hobb5, W. J.................. As described in a deed on record in book Hay and Grain, I have recommended it
I to
a good and
'C I many
T, 331 and '
pages 332. County records, they all it does the work. I in With-
Callahan, or part of............................ 30 2 N 25 E G 71 Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. oH erington say+IKneeland'sdrug store was in
Harris, Daniel............... The Henry Young grant...............;........ 40 3 N 2GE 100 3 46 J2S-SHIP STORES,* 8z the other day, and saw a fine Adams
Johnson Daniel............ N ofN E I. very picture
.. 22 2 N 24 E 80 2 72 IERCI3IE ., sent them. I tried to it but could
Johnson, Talbot ........ N i ofS E 1..................... ..................... 22 2 N 21E 8U 2 72 = :you not; they said if I would write buy to, that

Johnson. H. C............... Part of the Gibson grant........................ 46 2 N 25 E 40 8 92 Silk, Linen and Cotton. W Furniture, + you would send me one. I wish you would ,
Jones, J. IIamp............. In the S 'V 1 corner or the S \V 1 of N E 1 30 2 N 25 E 6 9 80 and I will do all the good I you ,

Jackson, July......... ...... \V 1i of S E 1 ofSS 1 ofS 'V }............... 34 4 N 24E 5 3 77 Gloves, Neckties, Ribbons, Stoves r1 Very respectfully you E. S. can.LYMAN..
Johnson, Daniel............ Lot 2..................................................... 25 4 N 25 E 53 5 24 ,
Lore, Samuel......... ...... N of Subdivision uA"' of lot 5 block Laces, Towels, Napkins, I cc

243. being part of.........,................... 3 N 28E 4 51 Dress Buttons Paints, Kendall's
Lang. Irs. C........... ......FofNW i, 1S23E 143 595 Lining, Crockery, Spavin Cure.
S 'V 1 of N } 1 SWI..8 3N23E 40 and Notions Generally.A o y

.All of........... 1 N 23E 640 00 Hardware 'i 2WillowWare. ON HUMAN FLESH-
Lots 1.2 and 2 N 23 E 12G rr .
IND., August 12, 1881:
.. All of 3..5 2 N 23 E 11 new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECK- Dr. B. Ji Kendall tC Co.:
SW 1 ofNE 2 l' 23 F.39 TIES just received and marked low. So GENTS-Sample of circulars received to-

.:, I..ot EofSE 1.........i..,..E...1..ofNWI..7. 2 2N23E N"23 E 100 38.i p day. Please send me some with my imprint',. _
printed side
on one only. The Kendall's;
'" :.' I I:\VN\VofN\VNEofS! }, Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior. NH. ;Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with u?,
'V 1, M = and not only fur animals but' for human-
NEoflot3_....................................10 2N23E 324 ". -" : ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris of
: the
., Lot 4.................................................... 11 2 N 2:3E: 20t I o ;;; leading farmers in one
i ;tiir" In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- our county: sprained an
I ofNW 1, 'V 1 ofS. ankle badly, and the value of
ETS knowing the
E }. N E 1 ofS 'V 1...... ............ ......... 12 2 N 23E 240 tine ,variety. SETS, we offer a J >5j *;remedy for horses,tried it on himself, and it
:.' NofSEi.S'V1ofSE I, N 0 t ',did far better than he had cured
S SS' 1...................,.............................13 2 K 23 E 527 I rriC nBLDw: Bth tDW BtlI t ,:the sprain in very short'order.expected ;
NE1.XElofSE1.NlofS'V .lot214 2N23J: 334IS FLORlD..tID SE II.TROPIC.\L CURIOSITIESA Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.
of lot 1, lot 2. N 'Vl: ofN 'V 1,..........
I I of S E 1. S ,V 1 of S 'V }...... ............ 15 2N23E 279 SPECIALTY. I Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. All
'... I All of fractional.................................. 21 2 N-3 E 5 \ B. KOYES, druggists have it or can get it for you or it
Lynch John.......... N E 1 of N E }. S ors E 1. 'V of lot 1. (Successor to W. A. SANBOEN), will be sent to any address on receipt oC.

:. lots 2.3 and 4............... ..................... 22 2 E 314 J'ji'1"" Orders from the Country So1i'ited.KING7S7 .I price by the Proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL -
I SE ofNWSWofSES ofS Xj23 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in & CO.. Enosburgh Falls, Vt.

1V\.. .. :. .. : 2.I' 2 X 23 E 161 Send for Illustrated Circular. '

N\VofNE i, EofSE 1, \V..o GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, .SHIP STORES, Sold by all Druggists.PATENT.

I S'V }................................................ 24 2 N 23E 1SEofNV
1_............ ...... ..................25 2N23E 41 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. : CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN,
.. \Y of NE\VofSEN 'V 1. N .- "

...' I ofSW }.............. .................. ............ 2G 2N23E 398 STOVES, TIN-WARE, ETC.MY. Corner of Second Steamboat and Landing Centre Streets, near
WofNENWofSElotsland233 2N23E 218

t. EofSENWofS E }. N I 0 P. STREETY, to act'as Solicitors for Patents Caveats.!Trade-

Rr 1................................................ 34 2N2 E 3.19 Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. Marks Co1JJ'ltthts.tor the United States, Canada,.
(Lots 3 and 4.......................................... 32 2 N' 23E 145 Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, Evans Special rates for Merchandise in Patents England,sent France*free., Germany;. Thirty-seven,etc. Hand ears'Book experience.:about:

JE.! of NE 1, 'V ................................. 4 2.24E 399 large quantities. Patents obtained through MUNN &; CO.are noticed
IAll of sections 5, G and 7, and N E i and FERN ANDINA, FLA. Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa In most theSCIENTtrtCAMERICAN.widely) circulated scientific the paper.'largest 13.20 best a,and.:

I \V I of......... ..................................... 8 2 N 24E 2400NEW ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting year.In-
of section 18. and X'V 1 of... 19 2N2.4E 640 best in the world. ican formation.sent free.Specimen Address copy MUNN of the,Scientific&;CO. SCIENTIFIC'AMERICAN Amer
,IS ofS 'V 1 of section 31, and W' of S Agent for B. F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED Office,2C1 Broadway;-New York. .

t "r 1 of.......... .................................... 32 3 N 241 100 69 81 PLO\VS.
illttox: 1 manuel........... X \\ corner.................. ........................ 43 3 X 23E 5 3 18 i Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSONVILLE ----
iturra)'. Ste P hen.. ........ S IV # ofNV 1......... ........................... IG 3 N' 25E 40 7 i59 33 PATENTS obtained for new inventionsor
'! )Irs. 1....... ........I.. t32. block 9, Fernandina_................... 6 40 for improvements in old
EkofS\V 1. lots 1 and 2_...................... 1 2N24E 584 ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand
E i. WtofN\VSEofNWNo all patent business promptly attendedto.

S'\V I, S E 1 ofSV i..........................12 2 N 24E 564 1 ,. Fernandina, Fla. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
{Iiddlin(1'. 1' All of fractional........ ........................... 36 3 K 24E 560b REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
uritier Co All of fractional.............. ..................... 6 2 N 2.3 E nN tsa INSTITUTION, UNDER THE ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent -
All of fractional........ ........................... 8 2 N 25E 1170 J THIS of the SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, : Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
All of fractional........ ........................... 32 3 N 25 E 612 53 00I' is pleasantly locatedin one of the healthiest .NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure patents
l (For tax of 18S2): ).................................... 70 38 portions of Florida. in less time than those: who are remotE-
} ddl eton. Glaco.......... Lots 3 and 4. block 12, Old Feruandina... 4: 51if The building, which was erected especiallyfor from Washington.

fd.enzie. Geo............. SY 1- ofN F: 1-............ ........................ 22 211' 24E 40 3 77 a Boarding School, is large and airy. When Inventors send model or sketch,
\ well C D.,....... ......,Lots 33 and 34. block 2, Fernandina....... 4: 19 The Course of Instruction is thorough and we make search in the Patent Office and

ICCottery I A. .'T'............'I.0 t4t, block 54. F ernan d.Ina.................... 2 72 solid comprising, both in English and advise as to its patentability free of charge,
iI klllcc, J. H...............J I..ot3. block 7, King's Ferry_.................. 4 51 STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS, French all the branches of a good educa Correspondence confidential; fees reason-
I loll 'dua. Jas............... S E 1 ors E }......... .............................. 22 2 N 24 E 40 199 tion. Board, ,Tuition, Washing Bed and able and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
Pct II-............... Lot 1.:................................................... 24 4: N 25 E 60 4 51 TIN AX SHEET-IRON WARE Bedding, per quarter, $40.50. Music Les- IS OBTAINED.We .
erson. X......... .........,.S "r 1..2"2 2 N 24 E 100 4 19 sons, with use of Instrument, $12.00. refer by permission to the City Post-

Lots 8 and 9..........................................152N28E 20 ROOFING AND GUTTERING, Plain Sewing and every variety of FancyWork master, and to, the Superintendent of the

Payne, C. n. dC 1... C.... { Lots 7. 8. 9. 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, block 15,. I>PUMPS DRIVEN WELLS, ETC taught without additional charge. Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash
82 40 Payments required in advance. ington.. For special references, circular,service -

Itu5sell Lot 8 (for 1882))_.................................... 15 2 N 28E .10 3 25 A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give mea Schools will reopen October list 1883. terms etc., address
Uatcliff J\0? .............,'S of..... ...................................... ...... 10 3 N 26 E 320 4 19 call, and compare my prices with those of For further particulars apply to.the Acad: C. A. SNOW & CO.,
B............... All of (except 20 acres in N 'V corner of other houses, here or elsewhere. emy. 42 i Opp.Patent; OtJ rp. Washington D.C.2t1


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J' ''J :: i THE FLORIDA'mRROR: : :MARCH 15, 1884.y1 .

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, \ : .i.t. : ,; ,' THE FLORIDA i'lI I .N.OU. time when Congress is dealing with '*,' improved to 23 feet at low \'at'r'l More especially is this the case when should be a public building in even I

: 4 the subject.We allowing a depth of 33 it is considered that the result of the considerable town belonging to th"e
:q .
; ; GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR high water.Newburyport
well blame Sena- small amount of'work done Government of
;.i'L:;: cannot our ; improved to 17 feet already the United States. As
j-. ;'.i 11 :. Subscription, 82 per, year; six months, 81._ tors and Representatives if they fail at loin water, allowing a depth of has demonstrated the feasibility of Fernandina stands third in the amount f

,." t ",' Office' corner Centre and First streets,second floor. to exert themselves to procure appropriations 24 feet at high water. ; ,accomplishing the final result of of its, post-office business in the State,

Pk-'!}' RATES OF ADyI:ItTLSL1 G.LL the necessity and importance In Rhode Iland.-Providence, originally 16 twenty-five, feet. "With a present and has a custom-house- to be
j 0" ; accommodated
Ten cents a line for the first, and fire cents 1i or"t' ; feet, improved to 23 feet at low
; :
., .? :,." each subsequent insertion. of which the press gives so water,allowing a depth of 27 feet depth at high water:of scarcely eleven bonded warehouse etc., it

::;J: i!.:' Special local notices, 15 cents a line. little appreciation of. at high water. feet at its bar, and which past efforts will be in order for our Senators or

. .W' ....'. Reading notices,25 cents a line.' In Xew York. New York, the East River
I ) : Special for time advertisements appli Our seaports are the arteries and .. have so far failed to increase, the Representatives to introduce a bill fora
1. rate upon
"t,; .: cation at the office.Communications. lungs of the interior. Fruit and Channel, originally 12 feet, being assertion of the Times-Union that public building here when Pensacola
z.r,t" improved to 26 feet at low water, ,
:'Sr'' upon all matters of local Interest vegetables are valueless without allowing a depth of 31 feet at "Jacksonville is' the 'mouth of the Key West and Jacksonville are pro-

, ..:> solicited from all parts of the county and from means of transportation. Water high water. body corporate of Florida through vided for.
...: : along the lines of Florida railways.
.::. /' All communications intended for publication transportation is the surest, safest In Pennsylvania.-Philadelphia, originally 16 which must pass the food which vi- -- -- -- -
should be addressed to the Editor aft business feet, improved to 26 feet at low
; ; ; and cheapest, but good harbors are talizes and sustains it" resolves itself TIlE TRUE POSITION OF TlIEPR.ESS
.? { letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. water, allowing a depth of 32
!'I. I r necessary for the entrance of ships to feet at high water. into an idle boast, if .for no other RELATIVE TO CRIME.

:- SATURDAY, MARCH.. 15 1884. afford this transportation.A ']," Mainland.-Baltimore, originally 16 feet, reason than that nature has herself There is an evident misapprehension

t.\: ; difference in of being improved to 27 feet at low placed too great an obstruction to its on the part of some of our co-
: freight twenty
f .. ..", AN IMPORTANT QUESTION. FORFLORIIIA cents per box would increase the feet water at, allowing a depth of 29 practical demonstration, and which temporaries of the real point\ at issue
. : high
;;. The rapid,progress of Florida has value of the fruit and vegetables sent Annapolis, originally 18J feet, is she emphasizes by her generosity toa in reference to the duty of the press

:':' '., taken by surprise most of all her from Marion comity' alone in a being improved to 24 feet at low neighboring harbor. in connection with homicides and
I water allowing a depth of 25 other grave crimes involving life and
.' t own inhabitants. They have hardly single year not less than fifty thous-
feet at high water.In THE NEJV ORLEANS WORLD'S liberty.
: been for the and dollars to the entire .
/ prepared developmentwhich or equal
feet im-
Virginia.-Norfolk, originally 21 FAIR-A PLAN SUGGESTED.
It";' has followed the increase of state and tax of the It is one thing to teach obedienceto
j ::. county county proved to 25 feet at low water A discussion is now going on in

.. .' t routes for the conveyance of passengers and the same proportion for ,all the allowing a depth of 27 feet at several relative to the callingof the laws, both human and divine,

, ; L and the transportation of freight. fruit and vegetable growing counties. high water.Richmond papers which say thou shalt not commit
: on James River origin- the Legislature together in special
..t Even the hotel accommodations, The subject is well worthy of serious murder, thou shalt not steal, etc.,
session make
ally 8 feet, being improved to 25. to an appropriation for
'; I which seemed prodigal almost to, attention. West Point, on York river, originally the New Orleans orld's Exposition.Such and entirely another thing to sit in

': :recklessness, have been found un- 14 feet, improved to 22 feet. judgment in any particular case and
a it be premised
equal to the demand. I THE INCREASING DRAUGHT OF VESSELS AND THE In South Carolina.-Charleston, originally 10 course may denounce or uphold the particular
CONSEQUENT NECESSITY FOR DEEPWATERHARBORS. feet, being improved to 21 feet at can only be effectual if based upon a in crime in advance of
Our railways have not realized the person judi-
. : ; low water, allowing a depth of substantial unanimity on the part of
. ; : >, I demand for increased motive power 26() feet at high tide cial investigation and upon
;' In 1853, out of a total of 10,430 vessels the people and their representatives.
and cars until the In Georgia.-Savannah, originally 8 feet, improve ex parte statements, rumors or sug-
,<. r 'rr pressure was recorded in Lloyd's list for that year, there The merits or demerits of this mode of
l upon them. were only 33 that drew 20 feet and over, : l to 22 feet. gestions.Let .
reaching the'end proposed we do not
In Florida.Cumberland Sound Entrance ,
viz.: 28 drawing 20 feet, 4 drawing 21 feet,
realize the increased test the matter
They hardly now us by a
I and 1 drawing 22 feet. and Fernandina Harbor origin- propose now to discuss, but simply to supposed

means of transportation In the eight months, from October 1, 1854, ally 14 feet, being improved to 21 suggest that there is danger that noth- case. Two persons engage in

1 t.,: which will be demanded with an to June 1, 1855, the pilots brought in and feet at low water, allowing a ing may be done while we are discussing an altercation say in Marion county,

i I" accelerated ratio within the next five carried out over the bar at Now York, altogether depth of 27 feet at high water. methods of doing it. and one is killed by the other. Thereis

'" .. years. only 47 vessels drawing 20 feet and Of this last harbor General Gillmore says no doubt that a homicide has
All will admit that Florida
t>ver. in his could be securedby oughtto
.i i But for the establishment of steamship report. greater depth been committed. The survivor is
For the whole year ending June 1. 1855, carrying the jetties to higher levels. be fully and thoroughly representedat
.1 t.i ii it t lines from Savannah to New they piloted only 71 vessels drawing 20 feet Fernandina Harbor has, all the way from New Orleans. It is the interest of arrested and bound over or commit-

,i : ;'" York,, Philadelphia, Boston and and over. the entrance of Cumberland Sound and in ted to await the action of the Grand
every citizen of the State in some degree -
f By comparative reference to the American its harbor, depth of from 40 to 60 feet at
; ;; Baltimore, Florida would have been a that this should be Jury, which shall be given to inquire,
,: f Lloyd's for 1865 and for 1878. it is found low water. The narrow bar at the entrance so.
unable have etc. into the circumstances of the
to placed the last ,
I t. that- to that sound from the sea is the only obstruction It. is, however, of much greater interest -
orange crop in market. If to-day In 1865 there were 655 steamships registered, to its full commercial usefulness. to certain corporations and interests homicide, and find a bill for such

,.,: : 'f' for any cause the steamers from of which 58 drew 20 feet and over. The harbors above specified are the deep- than to simple individuals. offense as may be shown to have

I f Savannah were withdrawn, the vegetable In 1878 there were 1,287 steamships registered water harbors of the Atlantic coast, and may been committed. Homicide is the
FIRST. All the and
of which 532 drew 20 feet and be railway trans-
over. deservedly regarded with special interest.
: and fruit production of Florida killing of a human being. Willful
In 1865, of 2,873 sailing ships registered, They constitute a class necessary to the portation companies are largely interested -
i.: e ;i would be jeopardized. The :Mallory 1,370 drew 20 feet and over. growing foreign commerce of the country.It in such an exhibit, becausethe murder is the killing with malice

';' line, filled to its utmost capacity In 1878, of 2,980 sailing ships registered, would be a wise policy to press to early increase of the population and aforethought. Manslaughter is di-

,Y'-. could not with its present limited : 2,072 drew 20 feet and over. completion all that are now in progress. of the State will increase vided into several grades, the
products largely -
In 1865 there were 32 vessels drawing 23 feet The whole country has equal interest in
; ::0' highest degree being the under -
s H:: number of vessels move the products killing
/ and over. deep-water harbors on the Atlantic coast. the business of the roads and

# :. :. which being perishable in their In 1878 there were 187 vessels drawing 23 feet steamers in the transportation of a sudden provocation, without
: 'I nature require a speedy transportation and over. time for reflection, etc. The lowest
IS JACKSONVILLE THE MOUTH freight and passengers.
" : absolute This increase in the draught of vessels has grade of manslaughter is homicide
c: as an necessity. OF ,THE BODY CORPORATE OF Because they are nearly all of them
? l' 1 grown out of the expanding production and FLORIDA ? committed recklessly and
, ,It is time that the service should of bodies of lands and ,
owners large ,
commerce of the civilized world, and is in I
'. :' be increased so far as this port is In its issue of the 9th instant the the increase of and but without intention, as for instance
; the line of economy in transportation. Some population production -
,. : ,' ,concerned to meet the requirements. of the more recent ships built within the Time.J-Union, under the caption of will enhance the price of their throwing a stick of timber out of a

,' ..:, 'There is ample harbor room for all last year or two have a capacity of from "A Vital :Matter," attempts to create lands and in fact they must look toimmigration window on to a crowded thoroughfare -
j .. 5,000 to 10,000 tons, and draw from 25 to 30 and
killing a recklessly
the facts broad assertions.
. ships required. i by making to give any value to their person,
. :.:": ". ,:' There is not water enough on our feet. Such cost.ships Without transport improvement freights at greatlyreduced of the I For instance, it is asserted that with lands. driving through a crowd, etc. Or a

., ,4 -::', "bar for the larger class of steamships harbors of the United States only two or eighteen or twenty feet of water on For these reasons the railroad corporations homicide may& be committed in Belt
. ',' :, which now form over two-thirds of three Atlantic ports, and the lines of movement its bar, its docks would be crowded should give very liberally to defense.It .

, I : <" sea-going steamers. If the bar at the leading to them would have monop- with ocean-going steamers, etc., and have the State well represented. is for the grand jury to find
I .
1t olized the traffic of
through transportation
, ":: ". mouth of the St. John's river was the country, and controlled it on their own that passengers from New Orleans SECONDLY. The land corporations, the indictment, and the petit jury to

'; ;-.' ,i improved to the extent of the en- terms. The interest of the producers is thatas and Havana'would then land at its viz. : the Disston, the English Land hear and decide upon the legal evidence -

inecr's estimates that river would deep-water harbors as possible wharves. We that with adduced before them.
1 E ; ; :t .' : many grant eighteen and Mortgage Company, the land and

I h <, > j .... J' not give entrance to the larger class should economical be provided conduct for of their the easier trade exchanges.The and more. or twenty feet of water the commerce immigration companies of every de- If a newspaper published in the
'L 1", "tff .., ;.; ,of steamers. largest possible competition of lines of of Jacksonville would be largely scription, should give liberally. county, an excellent, able and hand-

j 1 I' : f:f; :;., As a matter of fact in 1878 of transportation and of ports of shipment is increased, but the measure of such THIRDLY. The private land owners some journal like the Ocala Banner

: / ,: 1'r.n >. .12$7 steamships registered, 532 of desirable, and this can only be secured by increase would surely be governedby who have lands for sale are largely interested for instance, a paper probably read

;" \ ; them drew 20 feet or over, and there multiplying the ports capable of conductingthe the demands made from the territory and should subscribe liber- by all the intelligent citizens of that
!? foreign commerce, and the lines of trans- ,
; : : 'f )'j" has been a constant increase in the portation, water and rail, connecting with naturally receiving supplies ally for such a purpose. county, should enter into a discus

,<: :'i t: :-'t ..size of vessels since. The importance them.It through, or drawing them from, the FOURTHLY. The merchants whose sion of the homicide, either for or
:) j ',' of this statement lies in the fact that has been a necessary and wise policy of port of Jacksonville. A careful studyof business is based supplying i against, if it should admit communi- i

:: r the the vessel the Congress to provide for this exigency of the of Florida would show upon popu- cations from excited
< ,i larger cheaper can commerce by deepening in each State the map lations should feel an interest in and correspondents, !

I i ;.;:' : it be run, and consequently cheaper harbors capable of improvement to depths this territory to be almost entirely give to this purpose. if it should publish street rumors as

:', ; I : ;;" .freight can be given. fitting them for usefulness in the conduct of confined to that which is. tributaryto FINALLY. Every citizen should do to what occurred, would it not be( I

; .\- Jt is for the ,fruit-growers and the foreign commerce of the country. It is the St. Johns, river. A further what he can 1 by; his'personal efforts, to difficult to obtain an impartial jury .

'i. > 'truck farmers of the interior to consider a policy which has been based not upon study of the map will disclose to the and the exhibition. in that county to try the case? i
considerations of local advantage the port, encourage
I ; \,:.: whether their interests lie in but upon an enlarged view of the interest of careful observer that the Florida system There are 39 counties in the State; Would it not be a good ground for a

+ '_ the direction of a support of steamer ttte whole producing people of the country of railroads has its Atlantic terminus $300 only on an.average raised in each motion for a. change of venue that

r ::\,: lines running from Georgia and i ,throughout its whole extent. at Fernandina, and that county would give upwards $10,000, this case had been so discussed?

: ,I. South Carolinia ports, or from home The harbors on the sea coast and lakes are through this system at least four- And if the discussion is entered
q : .... outlets of commerce and marts of exchange, but that will be more than is necessaryif
,' ;, ;..;i".:. fifths of the State must depend for what limit be it?
'< ,.'. ports. essential to all producing interests, agricul- I all who are interested give liberally.The upon can put upon
I .' ', \ The true wisdom is, we think, to tural and manufacturing. Therefore from its exports and imports. The bar : railroad corporations and steam- It is the province of the press to

: {" "build up Florida ports for Florida the beginning of the Government appropriations here has now nearly the depth of boat lines could readily give $5,000between uphold the laws, to censure all violence -

: r 1', products, and to obtain reduced for improving harbors of commerce water coveted by our neighborsthelatest them the land companies and crime, to create and sustain :
have been regarded by all parties as a legiti- ,
,;. : ( rates by competition. soundings giving seventeen feet public opinion in the defense of
a < mate exercise of the power to regulate com- $5000 more, and $5,000 from the
.'> ------ : eight inches yet experience teachesus I law and order but its warnings
', ;,,,:, MONEY VALUE TO FLORIDA OF merce. counties would give: 'a total of $15,000, i ,
In recognition of the necessity of deep- that this is insufficient
:.e.\ ,. ., DEEP HARBORS.We depth to which would be all that is needed. should precede and antagonize crimein

I ; '. call special attention to the water harbors of increased, capable tonnage of accommodatingthe.vessels the follow- accommodate ocean-going (not coasting Immediate action should be taken to advance and leave the courts to

f f: subjoined article upon the increasing ing improvements of harbors on the Atlantic ) steam or sailing vessels of modern secure success. .. try official violations of law, impartially -

4 e : draught of vessels employed in commerce coast have been undertaken, and prosecutedby construction, which demand a ---- ------ ----_...--- and judicially. A suspicion of

and the necessity of deepening suitable works.In depth of twenty to twenty-five feet. THERE is a large increase in the bills partisanship will always attach to

', r the, entrance to our harbors. Maine,-Portland, originally 15 feet With a present depth of more for public buildings. The committee thq press when it assumes judicial

1 t The subject is of importance to all has been improved to 22 feet at than seventeen and a half feet, it I explained that they reported generally functions.
low water, allowing a depth of
p i ,
be conceded that the further moderate for the smaller cities ,-
must a sum -- - ---
I 'i w, our interior fruit and vegetable growing 30 feet at high water.In. I ratified by
+\, counties.We .. New Hampshire.-Portsmouth, originally improvement of the entrance to our and towns, the appropriations ranging :the TIlE Senate.Mexican Both treatyhns Florida_ Senators voted

: should be glad to see our' co- 12 feet over Gangway Rock, improved harbor by increasing this depth is a from $75,000 to 100000. A bill 'for against

t Is ; temporaries in the interior give to 20 feet at low water subject which should enlist the a public building, to cost $100,000, at ---; are
, allowing a depth of 23 feet at Extensive shipment- of strawberries
I more attention to a subject of such high water. strongest sympathy and liveliest in- Key West was passed... The opinionwas now going forward to Northern markets:
vital importance, especially at this In llassachuCUS.-Bostun, originally 18 feet. terest of every section of the State. expressed in the Senate"that'there 'from.Florida. ,... .. ,

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This hotel now being erected by George I as perfect as scientific engineering can make 5' VS ." 1 '":... ., ._= S. .. V :.- .. FULL LINE of the newest patterns. .
S. Butler ; Sons, builders, for Mr. CharlesT. it, having a thorough system underground

Parry, of Philadelphia, Pa., will be opento drainage extending about fifteen hundred feet Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.

the public early in June next. It will. to the bay. Florida Our Spring Clothing for :Men and Youths has arrived, and for style

comfortably 300 guests. The Persons suffering from hay fever have always Lands.The and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' .

designs arc furn Muni: by Wilson Bro's & Co., found relief at Beach Haven.

architects, of Philadelphia, and are of the There will he an elegant hall-room in addition Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.

Queen Anne style. The hotel will) have an to the spacious! parlors, dining-room, J5@Ve are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New

ocean frontage of two hundred feet, a frontage halls, etc. A steam railroad is also being Peninsular I t York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed. '
on Pearl street of one hundred and sixty completed to convey guests and baggage to
feet, and the entire building will be sur- and from the hotel and steamboat wharf. B@" Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing -

rounded by a piazza :sixteen feet wide. It The Baldwin will be conducted on the AND i elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer. < '

will occupy a block of ground two hundredby American plan in a liberal manner, with a .

four hundred and fifty feet, and will be view of placing it in the front rank of the ==]Tropical Florida, tr. ccc, -r. i--rn: : :)7

replete with all modern conveniences, in- leading hotels of the country.It .!,:"". Northeast corner Centre and Third'Sts.,
duding electric light elevator, electric bells, will be opened by Geo. W. Kittelle, -
ttc., and in a sanitary point of view will be proprietor of the Eginmit; Hotel of our city. i St. } FERNANDINA, FLA.

Post-Office Notice. Steamer Martha arrives- ARE OFFERING LANDS.IN. THE RIVER AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
Office limn( From 8:00 A. at. to 0:00: p. M. From St. Marys and Crandall on
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. Monday and Thursday.............. 7.00 a. m. COUNTIES OF
Money[ Orders and Registered Letters from From St. Marys and Dungeness, MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP
on Wednesday and Saturday.... 1.00 LINE !
$.00 A. M. tu 1:00 p. M.; and from 2:00 p. M p.m.
From St. Marys only, Monday and
to 3:3i: r. M.AEBIVAL ALACHU A:7
( Thursday.......................... ..... 2.00 1'. nt. :
Transit&.Peninsular Railroad PUTNAM FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.THE .
Arrive daily except Sunday....... 3:37 P. M. Professional and Business Cards. V

ttoscs.........................................10:00 A.M.
Fe'H'indina d'Jacksonville: Railroad E. LEROY JONES, :M.D., MARION, \
Jacksonville and St. John's IU'crmailnrrive4dail'cxceptSnlltlay
Coses (Northern mail also)..........10:00 A. M.
Sunday ..1Iail- Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, .'
Jacksonville: ) and St. John's River, _

arrives...................................10:35 A, M. FERXANDINA, FLA.
Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 P. M. AT PRICES FROM...
Jacksonville, St. John's Riverand Calls answered promptly day or night,and r
the North closes....................... 0:00 A. M. Medicine furnished without extra charge. !
Jacksonville and St. John's River Office hours :-a. m. until 8; p. in. 1 to 2

only, doses: ...... ....................... 4:00 p. 11.I and 7 to 8. 22 ly* $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All } } '"
Sf.I Mnrtfs RiverSt. -=
I. Mary's and Crandall, arrives DR. "V. 1:. SNVDER,

Monday and Thursday..............7:00 A. M. I 8
Arrives Tuesday! and ;iday..2:00 p. M. : ; these lands are in the central
Closes and ill z g
St. Mary's Tuesday and Dl1n Friday..3:00 ellCss'Vednes. p. M. i I, H ;t:2.. 00 peninsular portion of the State, and FINE STEAMSHIPS-
day and Saturday, arrives.........11:00 A. M.Hoses 8 :0R within fifteen miles of Railroads in CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1O80 T<)NS.
\ \Yi-dnesduy! and S.tt n rday... 3:00 P.M.St.Mary's :0z = STATE OF TEXAS, 1, $42 TONS.CARONDELET .

,!:0 oj "-y"1rl : successful operation, traversing a tern 1,508 TONS. .

Closes MomLy and Thursday<< ...... .8:00: A.M. f:} .t'I: ritory which is being more rapidly WESTERN TIJXAS 1,210 TONIC.r .

Traveler's Guide. $ W. I{. BAUKNIGHT settled and developed than 'any ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

part of the State.
I I>ay passenger train leaves- WHOLESALE AM RETAIL The fertility of the soil and accessi- ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERXAXDINA FOR NEW YORK
F'ur'edarKeyandVildwood,and AND STOCK DEALER, THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville
all points on Transit Road........ 7.15a.m. BUTCHER ANDDealer bility. to the largest and best markets Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

F'T.Savannah' : and all points North in Ice make these lands This Line having no Transfers between Fcriiamliiia and New .
and! West....__....,.................. 7.15 a. in. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, particularly desira York offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
(connecting at CaUahun.) ble for the cultivation of fruits and FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. .
For Tallahassee, 1'eusacola,and all BROOM STREET WHAEF, The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR
points on the Florida Central t t 19-tf! early vegetables for shipment. For PASSED ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE; making close
Western Railroad................ ... 7.15a.m. 1 FERNANDINA. FLA. connections at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAILROAD .
((connecting at Baldwin.) large and immediate profits. there i is I for JACKSOtfVIl, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
Day )passenger train arrives- JAMES JIcGIFFIX, JOHNS, OCKLAWAHA and INDIAN RIVERS: and with the FLORIDA TRANSIT
From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and AND BUILDER, no industry in Florida equal to the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
}' raising of early vegetables for Northern for LAKE WEIR.
'fOIIl'annah and all points in Alachua Street, between Second and Third
the North and 1Vest.-.......... 3.50 p. m. markets. TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .
from Tallahassee FERNANDINA FLA.
all Pensacola. and freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to V
points on the Florida Central Orders and estimates from distance For new and descriptive circular
& Western Railroad................ 3.50p.m. fully attended to. a 25-tf care ,, R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, V

Night passenger train leaves address FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
For Cedar Key. Wildwood, and all CHAS W. LEWIS C. H. MALLORY & CO., .
points on the Transit Road........ G.40 D. m. IE1. -W. ANSLEY:7: Pier 20 East River. New York. 51- I
for Savannah and all points North Land Commissioner,
and 0.40 p. in.

For leonnectingatCallahan.) III Fernandina, Fla., GROCERIES, PROVISIONS SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. ..
Tallahassee Pensacola,and all I I Or Ocala, Florida. 38
powts 1 on the Florida Central t .

western Railroad.................... G.40 p. 111. : fI ;- d': ': q l "tk;
connecting at Baldwin. *T
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''u Cedar Key, Wildwood. and tr j'.., 'f" ; ",;";.':::t' "' ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
an I points ,1 <. '- ; ''; ;
on the Transit Road... 9.25 a. in. '.
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From Savannah and all :' ; .' ",;I:.:. .
the, North and West.... l points. in 9.25 South side Centre St. ,k,:. ,,:o-. : ':. I, ''': .i ... :;, ,
Ff ... .......... :: a. in. near the Depot. .. > .. ." .
1111 1 ensacola. Tallahassee, and FLORIDA JEWELRY: FOR SALE AND 7 < ;: : ,;. .. ;. '
all Points on Florida Central & a ': < : (>': ;/ {HEIISTE EAMILY GROCERIES}

ICestern Railroad.-.................. 9.25 a. in.XDINA MADE TO ORDER. .,' .: 1',,.J.' ,-. ". '. ,. 1,_,,of'"f -1.-' ,._..:',>, .!...' .d';, ...-' .". "f -r
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rERX. &: JACKSONVILLE R. R. ;arAn work warranted. : : ,, *
Train i leaves :; : :" : : t. "
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Jacksonville...........................4:30 p. m. O. S. OAKES ; : 'f.: iT': : "t'lLnAr. ..ft'-t. "' d. '. .t,' EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
F Train arrives dailv. "'...,,j"c' ,",-.",.,''- .{.'t-:;.::.' t ;"'.,......:;<'. {.,.r. (. ', ,/.;.;
rwn Jackson\"1 11 e......................10."*jI"r: a. m. ., ;.-;;:. : i'f: fiiF '.;?ilv ($ 4.J .' : C /

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Savannah by the Bridgeton, .... .:' ...... .1,. ,' .. ( "(',, -. ,
Tuesday and Saturday............... 4.00. And :. :" ',', ..-- .:: "if""L. : ;<', ..-- :' *
p. m.. Manufacturer of .:C .. '": ,. ..1;!..'. .. ;.t.:< -x T.; ":' ...' ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
iiriinnan nt by steamer City of -fi.:",?} *" 1 ; ,,'>' ByJtNr*)' ':.: r Vrv- .
etoll : '
; Sunday, Wednesday 5.00 ',. ,.,' .. ... ..,:' ,
p 111.Fr FLOORING, CEILING, :MOLDINGS, V>.5--V-V.. ,.' ''ll-T?,!,.*; ''cf'",:'. ..';",-<,.''*- ..).7"1-'':. PURE.ANI OF
LINE. : ); : _
New .5VS .
York direct .. ',.1! it. 'r- '-v ,
by steamships FANCY SCROLL SAWING r ,, : .. .
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,..111 4t of Texas or City. ofFw'st" .?tiHt f-,'; ":' :. .i1.*; 'y4SRia; v:*?;.'",/:,:: -s ,' ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF .: ',

1'rm all" X e;,ltunioThurs,. Y.or. direct,lav i ly even City Int-o.of................. 'BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, I :f ;: .: > ;; ;: : ; ::" ; ; : :: ;. : .
'Vt'r)' and. State ofTexas' .. NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILING ', ,' .-a'._! Jj: il't 4 };:{. : -tEv. ::'i.T FINE TEAS AND COFFEES I= ,
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........................ 3.00 p. 111. ,. ...;.. ::.,.",!",-. ,i" .
ST. MARTS RI'n'R ,. :,..'sl".. .. 'lll'''' ''.'" -,. ': ''7'_ ', -+_' 31 I IS ; :
:-: :\1 ::.n""IJ., .. ., } "" t t" + + .
) : Mthalea\'sCentrestreetdock-: STAIR and CHURCH WOES: a SPECIALTY .'':' ':' ';;:t' 1s'M. : f:-,.,,"" ; '"T'" -. t,", :' '
I day' and: ': and Crandall. Tutvs.ForSt .; : > ;"i THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED.NEW 5 5

t. :M-ir-K}an'il..g............. 2.00 p.m. Elevations and ,: :i'.. Ii {.:.. .. ,.
Plans '
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on .
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For fit, Xm: 1ti\ .' i& t'...... -35 a. nt. furnished'at reasonable rates. :. / -"i" \ '; ,>- GOODS Received by Every Steamer.::' .-
1), )lund3" i .' '. :':, ,
and Orders
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...............,.........:........ :.00' u promptly to. ,. : ( ':4 -;'> .' -,
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;Address P.O. Box 174 Fernandina Fla. ( -":;':1'f..' ,... .......... .. -> .
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': .. GENERAL DI REC'ft 081. .nct'R' (i(1tJCTt.Couity ("XT\ .. I Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. *RAILROAVS.TIM'S FLORAL CITY R'TI; ;.
'l:1 Judge-R.D.'iaris: Sanderson. Assesstor of 1 ajres-Henry W. Long: =-'-_-.-, -

.,.,.:, : /:/ ', ,- 1 United States Officers. Clerk-}'. J. Potis,,Suders"on. Collccor of Rerciiiu-W. :F. Txanthanl,I I CARD FLORIDA CENTRAL & WESTERN It 1,.

1.:/V- : LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.Regislef riff-U. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. i OF THE (Central, Ninetieth' *"
.'j{. ; Asscmw of ':-6lXeS-A. ..J.V.. Cobb, San- Superintendent of Schools' -:M. L. P. fle,i I Mw'uliait r-mt.)
.'t.: :. -L, .L Barnes, Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA TRANSIT & PENINSULAR JACKSONVILLE:, -\(), .
: =. ;; Receiver-3 dtn F. Rollins Gainesville. /COMMENCING this '&&6t Mains tfJ '
Collector of Revenue-J. R. Herndon, San- ou >
.: ., .'0 :'.- Sureej. or-Gexera1-Malachi Martin, Tallahassee. -. dcr:uu. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key .West. AND lows\ -road and its conT ec4; usa h ill 'tun as f, 'f t
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? '. Sujicfintcndent of Sc/wu13-Ja9. D. Chalker Clerk-Peter T. \r-cst. .
Knight, Key
: Sanderson. Sheri -George A. Demerritt, Key West. : I
.t\ : ,,(,h,. Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr., In Effect January 14th, 1884.I' \0.3 X o. 1.
.; -"ra,, : \,.," Jl3.1'skal-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. County ulgc-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. Accotn.Leave MailS.OOatl :l

{ .: ..d :)w. . ':::j "'!f. REVENUE. ,:'::;&ieriff\\\ W. Tumblin,. Starke. I Key West. pm 8.41 ant\
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., ,,, Day Pas. M Pas., Lake City.......... 9.55pm 10.4 ,,
;", ;a : /lector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville.. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent' Scltools- J. V- Harris,Key A.M. P.M., .. LiveOak...,........12.50 a lu 1l.341l'r\: U ij|
I,; k::, COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. Leave :Fernandina............:.._. 7.15 G.40 Madison ............... 2.45; a hi i.H>N\)
i j. ,, John W. Howell, I en fandina. Santa Collector Fe.Superintendent. of Revenue Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.45 7.25 Arn\.elonhcello... .......... 5.30 am '3,flw'lru
'. Edwin Higgins -Jacksonville. ;, clwuls-L. County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan Arrive Callahan.........;.......... 8.38 8.25 Tallahassee.7.05a\ i '3, ) pn
; B. Rhodes )
',:' ::, .' ,-, John F. House, St. Augustine. of dina. Leave Callahan........ ............8.50 9.10 Leave T.allahassee.405a: : inArriveQuincy -t.lJ() pm
,7 ,, 1,: 4.U.>- iStarKe.) lerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Dutton................. ..... 9.17 9.45, ....... ...... $.-5ain 5.03pur
',,' ..... .ii-.:;, '. BKEVARD COUNTY. Sheriff John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Leave Brandy Branch........... 9.32 10.02 Chatta. River: ..-.i'l.l5 a in 5.-1;>

So .. t.. :... State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer Arrive Baldwin..................... 9.50 10.25 Leave Ibv Junction.-.-.. t pn0.00pm
'I '.. nandina. .. ... ... Arrive Mariainuu.v.--.....
( ., Point. Leave Baldwin. .. ..... .. .on 9.55 11.00 gSi
-:: !. r: ". EXECUTIVE DEPABTMENT.v .' Clerk A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Ret'C1tltCW" F. Scott.. Fer- Leave Maxville....................10.22 11.24 ;PCl1 .lrola........... 11.4.1 1 1u P p ni iii

t :: Goeernor-Win. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John If. Laws, City Point' nandina. Leave Highland...................10.40 11.48 Montgomery...... H.5. a n
...., ': Lieutenant-Govcrnor-Livingaton! Beth- I Assessor of Tares-Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Higgin- A.M. Mobile...........?. 4.45; a m)

":'J:' ;. el, Ke J y West. gianna. bothain Callahan. Leave Lawtey...............;........10.55 12.07 '* Xew Orleans.... 10.lt) a II.
:J Secretary of Slate-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Ret'C1UU-A. D. Johnston, Orlando ORANGE COUNTY. Leave Temple's................... .11.10 12.29 Nashville........? ".15pmMail,
.r: r : lahassee. I Orange county.Superintendent County Judge-J.M. Bergs, Orlando Leave Starke.....:..........:.......11.30 12.39 Louisville.......... 2.2o a fa
i 't. ,"' Comptroller-W. -Barnes, Tallahassee. of S.cllOols-\1. E. English, Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. Leave Thurston..:............. ...11.48 12.57p. ** Cincinnati. ........ GA..I :;1
I Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. : Sheriff Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. :M.:
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Att orne J-General-George P. Hane J', Talla ciAY"COUNTY.. Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort vc' :12.08. 1125: 4. \" _.
1 J; hassee.; County Judge-J. Copeland, Orange Reid, Fla.Collertor. Leave Waldo........................12.20 1.40 Accoiu. ; ,
".f I .'r; t "", Commissioner of Lands-P. "'. White. Park. of Ret'C1ttlC-A. M. flyer, San ford. Leave Gainesville................. 1.05 2.30 ArriveJacksonville....... 7.30 a m !0.00

,.1 ),'W: Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. Leave Arredondo......... ......... 1.23 3.00 Leave Bal win ............ 0.00am **.::fit! l pm.
.t ."' :; '-'" Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K.t.t Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Beeks, Leave Palmer........ ............... 135 3.15 *4 Lake City........... 2.20am '>.J\ pill
1, h" (- *syi Foster, Tallahassee. Springs.; Fort Reid. Leave Archer....................... 151 3.35 4* Live 1' Oak..12.15 a'm .->,.!'> |pili
t .. Adjutant-General-J.E.'Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Leave Bronson.......:..... ......... 2.20 4.10 Madison ............ 8.40 pmt.0(-:: p in!,
; I t. BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.Commissioner Collector of Ret'enue-A. S Chalker.Superintcllde'I Judge of Probate B. Harrison Palatka. Leave Otter Creek................. 2.57 4.58 <4 Monticello....... 5.50pm LSi; pili
i : i" Leave Rosewood ........ ........... 3.30 poi
; : t of Schouls-It.. Davis, Clerk-W. Forward Palitka.t4, 5.44 : Tallahassee..,,.... 4.40 pin U 1
: '. -A. A. Robinson, Tallahas- Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shally., : '. ., Arrive Cedar Key.................. 4.00 6.20 Arrive Tallahassee.....? 3.55 pin 1.01pm pt:1

sec. Leave Quincy_............ 2.20pm 11.
: : Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods. GOING NOKTH. Leave 6am

': Special Agent-Columbus Drew Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of Ret'Clttle-Joseph Price. Day Pas. o\7.Pas. ". River Chatt'choe Junction.Hiverl2.10.. l' m 1M.> a. m
Jacksonville. Clerk-John Yinzant Jr. Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools- J.V.. A.M. P.M. 11.0(1' ( ::1Iarianna. :
: Building, "
; Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key................... 7.00 7.50 :\ .......,.. ItUfi a ni
: I SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown, Lake City k TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Rosewood.................... 7.32 8.35 Leave" Pen acoJa........._ .">.l.i a ?a
Chief Justice-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County'Jud c-N: H. Parker* Perry. f .' Leave Otter Creek................. S.03: 0.15 Montgomery..... n,4. pili
; Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr.,Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff=Green J B. Weaver, Perry., Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39 10.05 Mobile..........._. 11.;),) pm
.( Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Archer........................ 9.07 10.42 New Orleans...... 6.15hm:
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Be/wols-T. J. Faulkner, Leave Palmer ........................ 9.23 11.02 Nashville........? s._!.'> a u1.00am
Jacksonville. A. McLean Jack- Perry., Leave Arredondo.................. 938 11.19 I ... ,
County Judge'i1liam Cincinnati .........
':' Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton Perry Leave Gainesville.................10.00 11.45 8.55 pm
J. ':, 4.,A'J. -J -, CIRCUIT JUDGES.; .. ,Clerk Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Suh'cyor-D. N. Cox, Perry, Arrive Waldo..... .... ...:........10.42 12.40A. except Trains Sunday.1 and 2 daily; Trains 3 and 4 daily

First Circuit Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen S/wdff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Ret'cnuc-J. B. Hardee, Perry. M. line with SOLID-
,.. sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor of Tares-R. L. Henderson. Leave Waldo.........................10.52 2.00 to Only Pensacola TRAINS Jacksonville
.:' Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- I sonville. ST. JOHN'S Leave Thurston....................11.13 2.30 Jacksonville to daily New; and Pullman Sleeper*
I"" ,c' see. I Collector of Rt't'enue-Moses: J. Brown, COUNTY. Leave Starke.........................11.48 2.47 Orleans daily.
',Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. tine.County Judge-M. R. Cooper St. Augus Leave Temple's ....................11.55 2.55P. CONNECTIONS
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker Jackson- Albert Rus- \I. At Jacksonville with
Superintendent of Schools- J. Waycross Line fur
.. ville. sell Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave Lawtey-_....................12.17 3.20 all points North and East; with the Fernan
Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King, Gainesville. Sheriff{ Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Leave Highland...................12.33 3.40 dina & Jacksonville Railroad fur Fernan-
., HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. LeaveMaxville.. ..................12.53 4.05 dina ; and with Steamers: for all points on

Sixth "ircuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.20 4.40 the St. Johns River St. Augustine, d..,.
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of llet'cnuc-Joseph F. Llambias, Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.25 5.20 At Baldwin with Florida Transit A:: Peninsular -
Slier{iff Samuel Altman, Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch........... 1.45 5.45 Railroad for Gainesville, Ocala Fer
Assessor of Taxes-'J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, Leave Dutton......................... 2.00 6.05 nandina, Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
\. Court Calendar. Collector of R't'enueH.. H.- McLeod. St. Augustine. Arrive Callahan.................... ..28 6.50 At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida

: FIRST CIRCUIT. Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 2.35 7.35 & Western Railroad.
: :' Fall Term- of Schools-J.. Reed, County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 8.50 At Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Arrive Fernandina................ 3.50 9.25 Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat.

i \, -', Walton, 4th Monday in October. HERNANDO COUNTY. Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. Jj2r Day Passenger daily except Sunday; urdays.At .
'; Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa
\ in October. ville. Collector of Ret'C1ule-Jo ('ph Hutchinson, cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen
Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville. sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orlean!
., in October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- DIVISION. Louisville, and all points West, Southwest.
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of 7a.res-R. Bradley, Brooks- ston, Sumterville. and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
October. ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. GOING SOUTH. Columbus and Eufaula.
I Escambia, 1st Monday in December Collector of.Ret'enut.-F. M.Hedich, Brooks- Day Pas. Xt Pas. The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route t(*
"' This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live P.M. A.M. all points West.

't 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, Oak.ClerkRobert Leave Waldo........................12.25 1.40 rTake the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
!. ,s ,Spring Term. Fort Dade. A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Dixie.........................12.47. 2.10 the NEW SHORT LINE: via the Florid:
I -, THIRD CIRCUIT. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Hawthorne............ ...- 1.03 2.33 Central and Western Railroad.
TermTrif.lor Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Lochloosa................... 1.20 2.57 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
1 ,i Spring 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Orange Lake............... 1.45 3.28 secured at Company'-s Depot Ticket Office;
A Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Wei born. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 and at new office southwest corner of Jay

Madison, 2d Monday in April. Sheriff{ -D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. o. C. Jones Leave Silver Spring.............. 2.48 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.

I Hamilton 4th Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Live Oak. Leave Ocala........................... 3.05 4.45 W. M. DAVIDSON,
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S'"' Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY.CountyIudgeJames Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40 General Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.

in April. Tampa. H. Chandler, Enter- Arrive Wildwood.................. 4.12 6.15 WILLIAM O. AMES,
.. ) Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Mondayin Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson prise. Arrive Leesburg.................... 4.45 7.30 Gen'l Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
';1 April. Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. GOING NORTH. WALTER G. COLEMAN,

1 .', Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville, Fla.
A.M. P. M.
11 r3 .,, in April County Judge-J.T. B. Simkins B. Christie Monticello., Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen Leave Leesburg..................... 6.25 0.15
Sheriff Cove.
: ,, 1 j Fall Term- Bird Leave Wildwood.... .............. 6.55 7.00
.. 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Monticello. Collector of Revenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen
;; Taylor, Schools W. R. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40
Superintendent of Taylor Cove.
Octobt"r.t. Leave Ocala.......................... 8.05 8.42
:i!. ', Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello.Treasurer W. M. Girardeau Mon- Superintendent of Sc/wls-L. D. Huston, Leave Silver Spring............... 8.22
'. '. ,: Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Enterprise. Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9.28 I
f. ., Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Orange Lake................ 9.12 10.08 CURTIS & CO. ,
1 ..1! ?: in October. Collector of Rctentte-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Lochloosa.............. ..._ 9.37 10.45

::1 i t ,1. Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday in ticello. J. P. Grantham Wan- Sheriff Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. Leave Hawthorne................. 9.54 11.15 REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Assessor of ,
r 4 October. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Dixie.........................10.11 11.35 ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA
" 'i"{$ :; Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, A. M.

;; :, < + in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville. Arrive "1'aldo.... .... ............10.35 12.15 Loans procured Mortgages negotiated,Ex-
r ,. J: ", I., FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker, Craw- ,
i l' .,' Term Sheriff-J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. J33"Day Passenger daily except Sunday; changes effected.
Spring :Mill Sites Town Lots feet toI
', St. Johns 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector of Retenue-R. C. McJ ill an,Craw Night Passenger daily. acres, Lands,and Plantations from from 25 5 to 5,00)acrE'S
'I 1 Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C. RamseyNe\v ford ville.Asscssor.-
for sale.
!, :. ;. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. : ,
,!. : + Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. N. B.-"St. Mary's having been selectedas
: tl' Nassau, 3d Tuesday April. i Troy. GOING SOUTH. the terminus of the Atlantic Mississippi
:+/:,' ; Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley, Leave Fernandina...........,.......'.... 4.30 p. m. Canal (under the survey made for Govern-
, :. .. \.,,," Fall Term- Old Town. All Whom it May Concern Leave Hart's Road...................... 5.10 p. m. ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
j'; '" ;-.* ; St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, Arrive Jacksonville.................... 6.15 p.m. construction of which having been grantedby
: ; Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. WILL HEREBY TAKE NOTICE, GOING NORTH. the United States Government and the
f I, P. L. MURPHY, Adminis- of and Florida large
in Legislatures Georgia a
; .. 'J : f J t'! ,, Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee: will make application to the Judgeof Leave Hart's Road..............,........10.05.a.m. be the value of adjacent" New York may
looked for. See
.. > Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. confidently (
the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Circuitof Arrive Fernandina-.10.45a.m.;
Duval 1st Tuesday in November. Sun, 27-3-83.) i
; m Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.
: 1 Florida, at Chambers, in chancery sitting, Jtlr Trains daily.
." : ., : r,: FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, in the City of Jacksonville, Florida, in said
! 1 :. I Spring Term- Tallahassee. Circuit, on the 26th day of February, A. D.
; F Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. 1884, for a decree authorizing and empower- CONNECTIONS.AT .
,r;.1 Marion, 4th :Monday in March. Collector of Ret'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- ing me, as Administrator aforesaid, to sell

,::. Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday. in hassee. for distribution, and dispose of, the following FEENANDINA, FLA., -
t :March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. described lands and real estate, situated and
1 ,/ Levy 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in With New York and Fernandina Steam- SEA ISLAND ROUTE
; being in the counties of Alachua and Levy, I
I*. -{ 1 March. LEVY COUNTY. ship Line from New York on Tuesday 'and
.. in said State, and in the Fifth Judicial Cir-
I ;;y Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. cuit of Florida, and beyond the limits of the for New York on Thursday.With -TOS.A.V.A.N"-

f : ,'' M.:, March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. Fourth Judicial, within which letters of ad- Sea Island Route from and to Savannah : .A.a: :
.: ". and Brunswick,daily except Sunday.
I :,': Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. ministration were granted on said estate,
',. Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of. Ret'enue--TI. B. Barco, Cedar which lands are described as follows :- AT CALLAHAX. --
:. .: ." Marion, 3d Monday in October.Putnam Key. In the town of Archer, in the county o To and from Savannah and'Charleston, THE STEAMER

: 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Sc/wol.-J. B. Menden- Alachua, said State-Lots one and two ((1 and all points North and West, daily.: CITY OF BUIDGETOX
i :::" : I Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. and 2)) in Block No. 17, and Lots 7,8 and 9
I v ,; ; Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in AT BALDWIN, FLA.,
MADISON COUNTY.: (seven, eight and nine) in Block No. 23 ?& rP
:"t November. (twenty-three to the To and from Jacksonville, 'Tallahassee,
), according map or
1( '"..' SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi- plan of said town of Archer ; and in the and all points South, West, and Northwest. ,

;4 Spring Term- son. town of Waldo, in said county of Alachua- daily. .
'i !i .,> Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. Lots Nos. 9 and 10 (nine and ten) in Block AT HAWTHORNE: ,

\ i :, "::..',' Volusia, 3d Monday in February. ': Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison :No. 22 (twenty-two)), according to the mapor To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT 41
Schools Samuel
i? ,, l 1. : ; Brevard, 1st Monday in March.. Superintendent of J.Perry, plan of said town of Waldo; and in the WIIDWOOD.

:..i; Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison.. county of Levy said State-the N.E. 1, and
I County 'clUUrer-8. S. Smith Madison. With Line to and from Brooksvilleand SAVAN
I ,: the N.E.1 of the :N." i Section 35 (thirty- :
,f : I ii' Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Ret'enueB.- D. Wordsend, five) Township 12 (twelve) S., R. 14 (four- Tampa: daily except Sunday. LEAVES after the arrival of the evenm;;
;.,, Volusia 2d Monday in September. Madison. teen) East, 200 acres; according to the stat- With Stage Line to and from Leesburg trains from JACKSONVILLE and CEDAU
Brevard, 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad- ute in such cases provided. daily except Sunday.AT KEY, on Sunday and Wednesday, reaching

P\ Dade, 2d Monday in November. ison. P. MURPHY, CEDAR KEY,FLA., Savannah on the following morning.

i 9 a i.?. MANATEE COUNTY. Administrator of Estate of Patrick Mnrphy: With Morgan's lane Steamships for Key Returning, Steamer leaves Savannah for

+ ,.' County Officers.ALACIIDA. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. deceased. 9-30d West and Havana, every Saturday ; for New Fernandina Through tickets on Tuesday sold to and New Saturday.York, Philadelphia -
: Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. Orleans every Friday; from "Key West and
; / Boston and Baltimore.For .
i: Junius C. Gardner. Gaines'ville. Sheriff-A. S. Watson, Pine Level. EGGS FOR HATCHING.: Havana every Friday: from few Orleans to
;: County Judge- tickets and state-rooms, apply
t'' Assessor of Taxes W.;P. Parish, Braden- every Saturday.With W. B. TUCKER, Agent.

,, i Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. town. BROWN LEGHORNS, Tampa Steamship' ,, any'sSteamers Office foot of Centre Street,
Sheriff -S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Ret'enue-Marion G. Carlton, PLYMOUTH ROCKS, for and from; 'Key West.: Monday and Fernandina. FJa.

1 f I Assessor of Ta.ru-S. Wienges, Gaines- Popash. PEKIN DUCKS. Thursday: for Tampa and )fanatee'1on- J. MERCIEK,
ville. Superintendent of Schools Felix J. Seward, day and Friday. General Passenger Agent.J. .
Pine Level. For information 'respecting routes, rates,
r. i : Collector Rerenue-H.' C. Denton' Gaines- PRICE. $2.00 PER SETTING OF 13. 'etc., apply to N.. HARRIMAN, Manager.OFFICES .
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Superintendent! of Schools-W* N. Sheats, I County Judge--SamuelF. :Marshall, Ocala. Guaranteed Pure and Fresh. Gen,'1 Ticket A. 0. MAcDONELL and Pass.Agent., Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.: Jacksonville I F 1.1...

:'t Gainesville -.' __ Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. 9 WARREN F. SCOTT. D. E. MAXWELLGeri'l: Supt. 21 Bull and Congress Streets..Savanna11, G2.






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The attention of our readers is respectfully]) ,far THE NEW STORE. ;
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advertisement another
piled to the in .
cola) inn.of D. )r.1i'err & Co.. Detroit Mich., ., .:,(.';I"":-,.i-, ;."-! :" : :' ;J' ?' -:'-BEADLEY'S FERTILIZERS--
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They the :
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pest their line in the Unite _.... '.: :,, .. .. ..' :" ;
the bulk of their seed on thewfarms : ,.,: .' '.-- -.'<.'.. -O'. BRADLEY'S.ORANGE t ..
States raise ; "
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and have: :.. ',,, ..' .' ., ; BRAND
of the eed
fur the quality and variety they C> t' it' FERTILIZER
market and their integrity i In p .' >" : '.:.- ::1.: '
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put upon : ,_ .. : : : ... I
tillingtiful nil orders entrusted to them. Their ':' ... : ", "ifF. .11 f!''.>' ",.",. : ..o:6' \' BRADLEY'S r
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Seed Annual 1884, scent free to BRADLEY'S I
iii who apply for it, will be found of practi- ':. '. FLORIDA f

call value to all who desire to purchase seeds 'S S PURE '.
name. i r 1'F f VEGETABLE a
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true _. .. __ FI E-GROUND' .
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MIGHTY IxTEKCsm-G IlEDlxG.Fromhe ( C!:::! c::! ; IBRADLEY' BONE .' .
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1SS3, we are to have an interestingMwUion BRADLEY'SB.D.
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of i i PATENTW. = _
btirring events which cven'1J11C -r= SEA-FOWL

will wish to hear. Two military cam- .;. PHOSPI 1K. -
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arc at present in 1 progress-that of Elpafen ,
.'egoujan and of the) French in .j -=- .... ,
Mahdi I in t*.. > Fernandina }} = i
.. of whIch are appro3chingOJHUllU __
T u. ; +'C' .r' o" .. GEO. E. WILSON.

the critical iw>m*. Th9-Mext session.. of Par- :B { Cor. Centre & Third. :"'d.l' ,;'... "r' <' ., :;,;; AGENT, '

Lament is to be mark &! fit. RuIP n* to the, ana J- S v' ; STATE AGE 1',

,wuneed ofIr.l"lI1jtHllJr }bitter. I :j: : ;&'; \ :/.' ;:,. FERNANDINA, FLA.
purpose ;:;It''TIIE 11iE1 &{TOItE .. : % J JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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tru -) of the Irish nationalists': ftf? lftllllpel J .. ',',,. ,.'1\ : -- ;
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their English and Scotch colleagues: w Ever= FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER !.! .' :: : ..'.":'-",; ",' ".

cede to Ireland som measure of home-rt11tl; j' ',. f",,.. FERTILIZERS
In default of this, Mr. Pamdl promises to '

) his following to so obstruct the von SALE CHEAP I have .
employ : on hand
.....'-. .... ,. .-,'.:, and am constantly receiving, supplies of'Wilkinson's
transaction of parliamentary bines: as to AND .
render the presence: of Irish members at St.Stephen's EDGlXGS 10, cents per load. Celebrated Bone Fertilizers

intolerable.) This ,
programme in- '
sures a succession exciting scenes in Par- Florida GRAPE-VINES AND VEGETABLES.

liainent. The new reform bill, which Mr. From $) to 10 per M ft., Lands, PREPARED UNDER A NEW PROCESS I
especially suited to .
our soil{1 and ,
enabling climate
according to quality. crops withstand
Gladstone proposes to carry dnriug the session drouth. .
of 1881, will aw doubtless excite LUMBER, at Manufacturer's Prices, freight added ..

general) interest in the United States,as well $12 to $20 per M. feet. --ALSO iy STOCK :-

throughout the British empire. Vastly Orders by Telephone Pure Ground
promptly attended to. Bone, Dissolved
more interesting to American* reader will be The Peninsular I--" Bone for Composting, Cotten-S eed Meal

the discussion to take plate at Washington: WILLIAM. C. DURYEE, Ash Element, Muriate and Sulphate of Potash, Land Plaster, etc. ,

within the next few month: aver otW own Steam Saw and Planing Mill. : 3-Send for Circulars and prices.
reform bill. The Republican{ roeiubers of ANDTropical
the present Congress are opposed{ to tariff Office foot Centre Street.__8 Fernandina, Fla., November 17, 1883. w. F. SCOTT.
reform.<< The Democrats, it is- said; are Om
divided, the majority) of them favoring,,the LOUIS A, C. LANGE, -==-i] FloridaRAILROAD .

minority opposing it. Which! will get the .,
upper hand? Will the hhrh: -tariftIYcinocrats UP II 0r..8T ERE R,

cooperate with the Republicans to- maintain. .I SADDLE AND I1An ESS-'IIAKEn, COMPANIES 4' '

the present act together absurd, imd law 1 send Or a will reform.the Democrats tariff Foot of Centre Street, : JLEYgEDS

bill to the Senate, which the Senate will decline FERNANDINA n
:\ to pass? J'.n'ryotl"p of the tnigglemthe FLORIDA. ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE of ALL ]PLANTS. All for ALL CROPS, for ALL CJJMATES. -
are tested
Capitol Washington will be watched Grain and Form Seed ; only the sent out. '
Furniture repaired in the best Manual;History and
manner. COUNTIES OF of culture of best
with lively concern all over the country. Hair Mattresses made order Plautingeta Grains Boot Crops, Grasses Fodder Crops hock* ,,
to at short Only lOctS. Annual -
and hy the time Congress adjourns tILe pub- notice. several thousand varieties, FIIEE. Catalogue and Price List cf cnno'crm 5ccO!)*.
36 >
lic mind will be ripe for the openim .ofa SIBLEY'S SEEDS HIRAM SIBLEY CO. Rochester. NaY- >
Presidential campaign( ; which it is safe to Administratrix Sale.ALL ALACHUAJPUTN Chicago,111

MV.n'IJ. exceed in warmth any of its (predeIMIIS \VIIOM IT MAY CONCERN, TAKE .
I' since 1800. The meeting: of the that on the ninth day of April, A
Man.'/Mud( Legislature! sit AmuiMlb| on the A. D. 1S34- I, as administratrix of the estate COLLINS"
Jl: j 4"I.Quinary, and the ) COI
reassembling of the of 1'hilip'1'homas deceased: will apply to the HARTFORDEstablished
niiititli. will City Council later in the !tame County Gbwrt in and for<< the County of Nassau MA.R20SU'MTER N, ,
prove events of lit
engrossing FenKindma. Fla., for authority to
interest.! But supposing the existence of a tell all the rights, title and interest of Eva 1826.
citizen ::
e concerned about none of these things, A. Thonmt+*. Louisa, B. Thomas Eliza W. ANDHERNANDO
'till he will need to read The Sun for .
t the newsni Thomas,.Elizabeth N.Thomas and Francis M.
.thousand and one other events of Thomas+ ,the minor heirs of Philip Thomas, .
interest that so far t to ,
go make the
up current deceased) in the following; described lands,
history of the world. The period f is 'being all that '. l .
tract or parcel! of land situated "
uiie of rapid\ movement and the citizen ::,!,
,, who on Amelia Island in said County of Nassau, AT PRICES FROM dh/I aP
'I'I "
'** lIat take a paper is sure to be left be Florida, nd betterauownoatbe'publicplatr :: "tt"
laud. If a man ever means to subscribe 3 ,
of said
county as the northern
one-third of
i ]paper| now is the time before the .. .
actors the Samuel Harrison .
"cave ii the taken world's their stage during the year 188-1 twenty ((20)), {in township :grant two ,((2))or, north section ofrane i $1.25 to $ IOJ per Acre.All ". .
places and ..
: begun to ,
: twenty-eight; ((23)) cast,
their When one ,
parts. it becomes a question of hundred and fifty acres more or less. ,-'
-enuring; a reliable newspaper, which will 1 'LOUISA E. THOMAS -

miitain nil the news, succinctly expressed l Administratrix of Estate of Philip Thomas., these lands are in the central
fairly reported, the proper course to Fernundina, Fla., March 8, 1S84. -
pursue i is plain : take The Sun. peninsular portion of the State, and -
Administratrix Sale. within fifteen miles of
; OF
Published) daily except Sunday. : successful operation '
traversing a territory -
That on the 9th day of April. A. D., 1884, Axes '
rJm It.\PER I will as Administratrix of the estate of which is being more rapidlysettled JJatchats Picks
THE 1 EOI'I.L.Terms John D. Jones, deceased, apply to the County -
-- Court in and for said county, at Fernan and developed than any other AND ,

of :ubseription 1 by Mail, Invariably dina, for authority to sell the interest of the OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
advance-Postage Free: of John D. Jones TOOLS FOR FARMS
deceased, that is Minnie S. Jones, Sallie V. AND PLANTATIONS.
Jones, Mary J. Jones The fertility of the soil andacce
Agnes S. ssiAlso
One Year...........$G.OO One Month.....50 Cts. Rosa L. Jones in the following real estate Jones, the FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS
six' Months....... bility to largest and best markets
3.00 Three situated
'Y ceks..38 Cts. and being in said County of Nassau Of all sizes and
(i"'ir' Months.... ;t. pric3i f.-an' $3 to $;). Also
2.00 Two Wceks..25 Cts. Florida : the S E i of the S W i of section make these lands Plowing Machines.
Tliice Months.... 1.50 I One \'cek..13 Cts. 16, township ((3)) three, north of range 23, particularly.desirable Farmers will receive valuablo information
111'<'> Months[ ..... 100iXlE east,and the S W i of the N W i of section:: for the cultivation of fruits and by writing t, the makers, catalogues &e.,

"/: ( COPIES by .3 Cts ((20) twenty, township ((3)) three north, COLLINS & CO.
range 23, east, in all eighty acres ; also a early vegetables for shipment. For 212 Water St., New York.
tract of land known and described as the .
Till: BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. McMurrin grant. large and immediate profits there is ,-

A Newspaper Giving a Week's Events Administratrix SYLVANIA: of the Est.W.of John JONES D.Jones., no industry in Florida equal to the DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S '
in Fernandina Fla.
March 4, 1884.
Compact Shape. raising of early.vegetables for Northern _


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; :-My children
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. ; '
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Fernandina. ,5 \ : ,...:. ;: ; Also Agents for, DOWS JAMAICA .- i

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; I. .. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MARCH 15, 1884..THE .,
1! .

'Ttf FLORIDA MIRROR. prominent member embraces several of the Hotel Arrivals List of Letters .. <. ;;'- :: ,- ;:' EXAMINE !

,, leading railway systems west and south in the Post-Ottieeat Fernamli I.. ;, :. .' :EXAMINE i'
Remaining ',0
stretching West Cincinnati and South toNew .,
;r 1' ."ll.OO.A YEAR; J.OO FOR SIX J/0JVT//S M Roberts,wife and two children, Waycross, na, Nassau county, Florida March 15, lX>4.
.,'".. Orleans and Texas. We are glad to see Ga.; R B IIillyard, Mat II Moles, Wm C Butler, J Persons calling tier' these l letters'must say : ; ; ; OUR

4" '!1r '.-, prominent railway men, and of such acknowledged Altemayer, Dunvoody Jones Savannah; A T ,, OUR
r .' Reflection. Weidman, J E Bradley, Troy S ; advertised: '
i.i' ,_ ability as Mr. Wolfie, interesting :M Smith, H Clark Jacksonville CNHHeuchman'l I Alston, Mrs Julia A Lavin'. Mrs Michael .r ': OURNEW

:. .... ) themselves in our section, and extend to Bronson, Fla; Goo W Tilton D Orange Brown, I C Long Charlton ::1 I ..' '.,"_ ,', -
l Park; Thos S Eells, Frank Hill, E Hopkins, Flor ; ,.; '. : ,...
,';.. ,Y-: C. C.'Adams and wife, of New York, arestopping them a hearty welcome. The party wentto ida; D Robertson, Archer; :M L Mathews, Frank BaileEdwarll Lancaster, Mrs Lula .,'.:..:...:'.;;< ';..:. ':, <. NEW

.:..l; ,i ; at the Egmont. Dungeness, returning to the Egmont at water Clarkson AndrewGrant, Louisville;,Wm G W Coleman Duncan.Williams Wm Drink-, Bartram BrooksR, Samuel l B 'McGIory Lawson,,Frank Mrs Julia 1 I.:.i\.d.'...'":",.."..,.... < "' XEW

L:' : Thirty-five left for the North 4 p. m.. They expressed themselves more John Townsend! New York; Allen Dart, Beaufort, Can field. Ellen MrGlory, Chas -
: ; passengers S C; R B Nathan, L M Johnson, R II Hogan. Atlanta ,, :. :,, :, STOCK .
> ,,7>:: on S"t t Antonio Thursday evening. than pleased with our citnnd its singularly. Ga; B M Newcombe Chicago: J L Colcord.,' Dnfour. Louis liar,-Henry: ." '' :'... ,;:- .. STOCK I
\ .
good hotel accommodations.The G M Dana, T S Farrington, Augusta, Me; E L Davis, Mrs L Pearce, Chas "r." ".-" j .t <
41;;::: <::;/_ .. S. H. Southard and wife, of Newark, N. J.. Skilling, Washington; V L Leavitt, Portland:Me; Edwards, Latimore Pin ney. Sam :" ?;, "'i'".;', ;" STOCK
:' "+i': '.\ registered at the Egmont Wednesday., Goldens. Jasper Rochester Vosburg N Y; Jas and S child Knowles, Waldo, New; J York B Wells: E G, Framing, Rachel Roberts, Mrs Jos L ;- :; ;:: ::.;: .. ,. OFOF

or : .', of unfavorable Hill F J Boyer, T J Burrin, Lawtey; T D Warner Flood, I :alls. Johnnie J.: '
l' ): J. W. Roberts and wife, Morristown, Despite weather a fair .
Fairbanks Mrs 0 L Stevens and child Griffin Philis.Ii S >lo. Miss Elenor :' '; ; '
.. : ; ': OF'
i' .r.. N. J., are now registered the Egmont. and appreciative audience greeted the Gold- Y; Miss Ida M Burnell, Brunswick, Gn; M Baum, :Grant, Julia Smith, Mrs Patty :;; t 'jh.;\ ): .7Y't"'

: .'''. ens at Lyceum Hall last night in that New York; A A Laudry, Webster, Mass; W R Hughes, Francis II St-liaffer. JosTrimmings :;1t. ::. ;::.; ', < ELEiix'rLi.EG.1N
G. A. Mansfield and wife, of Melrose' very Patchen, Madison, Wis'E; C Miller, Mobile, Ala; Husted, W E Rachel '"J;_."f",:.__.;' ," ; : q,"I
;':.:.' :: ',,' Mass, are now stopping at the Egmont. popular drama, "The Planter's Wife" dra- A.T Jarvis and wife Newark, N J; R C Heiberger, Isaac .. 1
Hinckley Trent Jennie '
i Stark; A G Pike, E G Pond. Boston: C E Dough- :'r\: ELEGANTPOCKET:
: 4f 1. :Miss Julia Worth, of Wilmington, N. C.; matized from Mrs. Caroline Lee Hentz' novelof erty, Wilkesbarre, Pa; J F Terwilliger, Pa; G A Himmam, Gel Thuinas. Sarah c,!!,. '. -
',' "The Planter's Northern Bride," expressly Stewart, Boston; W A Mahoney, Callahan; G C Kinnan. S E Webster, Maria II .- \
.;, :. :: is visiting her sister here, Mrs. W. J. Wood Steele, Brooklyn, N Y; B Upton, Burt Dyal, Bald- Jacobs, Mrs Margaret Williams, W II '>; ". ;" '
for the Goldens.
Miss Bella Golden
".,., Iward.. as win; J Richardson, St Marys; R J Camp, Camp Jackson, Billy Williams, Hogaft .: .: POCKETPOCKET
., Edith and Mr. Martin Golden Albert. Mills. .
: '. as Johnson Simon .. .
: : : Williams Tenipy '. _
; Gould's Atalanta which .i. ,
> Jay ,yacht re-
-i. '.: : Graham, supported by their excellent and EGMO T. :Miles Mrs W A"iIIiams.. Alex ., .
(,'c, recently left tins port, has arrived. in Ha- Asa Stevens and wife, Charles W Ayres and wife, S.taftT. RIDDEI.L. P. M. AND
accomplished rendered this beautiful
., t troupe, .. AND
J II Reed, Chas E Pate, E M Cameron,Wm A PondJr )/-
'" ... vana. play: as but few, if any, can render it. In Thos Simpson and WifCj A F Wise, H W Dodge, ... 'AND
J. W. Waterhouse wife and'auglltl'r of order R D Alliger and wife ii Stern, R T Dow, F L For Sale, ': f;1.,. ". _
i i'' to appreciate the performance of this Haight, C T Small, W T Greacen, T W Ta Or for . '
;i t ', Portland Me. the )Mrs N D Woodhull and children nnie exchange, Northern city property, T:1BLETABLE
... are among regular guests troupe, you must go and see and hear for two J '
\ Woodhull, Mr and Mrs F Rosevelt, Mr Chapin, a thirty-live acre truck farm, with two-story ;
$ ,, "
: 1 at the Egmont.' yourself, which you will have an opportunity Joel 0 Stevens and wife, Mrs Elizabeth P Stevens, dwelling barn/'ctc. Beautifully situated on : : : TABLE

; .J' Dr. :E. M. Cameron: and Wm. A. Pond, Jr.. of doing this afternoon at 2.15 p. m., Ida Coe Miner, W II Davis A A Anderson, W S the mainland, on Nassau river, within halfa "1" _
Hawk, Mrs S W Tobey, Alfred N Pannall, Peter mile of the Florida Transit & Peninsular CUTLERY.
t.I ", .s 1 '" of New York, are now putting a few weeks when they give a grand family matinee Jackson, Fred Wolfe, C II Conant, T A Lanier, Itailroad. Land all under cultivation.MRS. CUTLERY
:. I j fFl:: at the presenting for the first time here the new Cayco Adams and wife, New York; Mr and Mrs I I
,'i \ ; Andrew II Miller, Miss Florence Miller, Joseph EMMA FLETCIIER. CUTLERY,

;. ::c':,.: ... J. W. Taynton, with Mrs. Woodhull and play of ""'Meg, or a Farmer's Daughter." Slack and wife, Ella Slack, F W Beaumont, R W Fernandina, Fla., March 7, 1884. .
J } To-night at 8 o'clock will their Rutherford Jno E Graff, F C Mende, C II :Mende, : SCISSORS
., : ;'.: : of New York enjoying the hospitalities they give
; family, are Philadelphia, Pa.; J E Pollard, B Currier, Miss SCISSORS
i' < e. 'r'r;' of the'Egmont. third and last performance, producing the Clara T Currier, Mr and Mrs C S Kendall, S S For Rent. : ,
Stevens and wife, Joshua Holden :Miss Bliss, .
,' '
.'j great society play of An Unequal Match." The store on Second street now occupiedby
} Miss Ball, J B Lapham, IIC Duimond, J B White, -
Dr. James C. Mrs. M. D. and
f Rea Denny The music on the parade was good and the Boston, Mass.; Fred'k A Sherman, F A Harter, me.. and known is the New York : ..' .,
-1 ...."' F. H. Denny, of Pittsburgh, are spending a Brooklyn, N Y.;, Mr and Mrs Oliver Buckley, M Store'* with fixtures, etc. Desirable location ETC.

i "- : few weeks at the Egmont. orchestra was splendid, Mr Buckley and Miss Paul Kate Miss Buckley, Miss Annie BUCkley Possession given by the middle of April. ;" '_ 0" ; ET(]..
Mrs Paul, Miss Metcalf, Mrs MD '
J Denney, James C Rea, FII Dr and MrsW' PAUL FUXKE. ,. ; -
'; Dr. J. B. Upham, of Boston, has returned State Sunday-School, Association. Denney Fernandina Fla., March I 1884. .
H Daly, N Glockner, Edwin Brindley, Mrs\ L :M I j /. 'n'l. v WHICH
.... :-. from a.trip through Central Florida, and has In accordance with the call from Executive Morris, F Q Morris, Andrew II Smith II D Smith, '.,; ;.' '" '.:..-. WHICH
Committee this association Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs Gowon, 1> W Urewster, :MissYoung' Just Ar1'lrcd-Fo Sale Cheap. ., AVHICH
his the convened at :
:",; rejoined family at Egmont. Miss Reagan, :Miss Gould :Miss Townsend, 100 barrels Lime I', '::" .: \:':, :
.,: Pensacola on the 4th inst., and, whilst the Miss Wisewall, A P Dano, Warren A Fuller and '1./, -' .-' '" -
f Mr. John Graeff of the business f.
1 one leading wife, Miss Dermott, St Simon Island, Ga.:; :Mrs Geo ISO barrels! Potatoes.. '.. ." '., : WE
1 .. .4 men of Philadelphia, accompanied by attendance was smaller than usual, the ses- Severas, Miss M\ Scverns, L B Roland and wife C Early Hose, Peerless, and Ell rhan k. ;' WE

t. : ,' Mrs. and Miss Graeff sions were very interesting.The H Sampson and. wife, W K Weaver, Geo A Smith, 16 A. B. NorEs.l .WE
visited Fernandina the
l. \ ( I j Chicago, Ill.; Daniel P Price, John Jones,Thomas ) .( ,; .:....
I I ?'.,.,. present week. several questions brought- up for con- Jackson Wilmington, Del.; Mrs J N Pattison, W '. ';; '* ---
; Amelia Reach. ; OFFER
sideration were enthusiastically and ably Pattison, Ed A Pattison Indianapolis, Ind.;
.I" ,i }Ir. Warren F. Scott, of Amelia, brought Mrs Linnett, Mrs Linnett, :Miss Linnett,Granville, THE IDLE Hour. is again open, under the -. '. -OFFER
debated The business occupied three days, Ohio J B Wells Jackson Rochester N Y.
,., ; Harry ; : OFFERAT
: supervision of Mrs. who will be :
the first strawberries of the the Sweeney
season to
C R Wise H S Morse J B Wright and wife, Brunswick .
J.\ the prominent feature being the Children'sMeeting" Ga Barton pleased to receive her old friends and the ,; .-
citylast week raised on this island. They sold ; Guy C and wife. :Miss Barton,
., on Wednesday The church was D A Princy and daughter, Omaha Neb.; :Miss public generally.. Choicest oysters, fish, etc.,
.J ;; at $1.00 per quart. crowded and for hour ilateCurtisJ R Williamson, Cincinnati, Ohio; constantly on hand. tf. AT .
densely one the --
J C Breman,G W l\lcCullougbOttawayOnt.; Miss AT
:N' The Egr ont excursions to Dungeness audience was interested by speakers from M J Childs Miss L :M Campbell, Marquette\ Mish ;
Mrs W A Van Gertrude Van Antwer Notice to Tax-Payers.
,>. every Wednesday and Saturday are very Indiana Iowa New and Wood Palmer SURPRISINGLYSURPRISINGLY
Jersey Georgia. Y.A; H J and wife :Miss: J M I
Utica am now prepared to receive the taxes
popular with our Northern visitors, between On the afternoon of Thursday the dele- NY.: II Daniels J I.. Sayles, Providence -
R I..; Keitt, Mrs\ lCeitt, S C.; Miss\ Fannie for the city of Fernandina. assessed for the SURPRISINGLYLOW
", >It thirty fifty are going almost every trip. gates were taken by steamer to the navy- Ames, Miss Alice Ames, Minn.; Fred G Dyer, year 1883: J. E. MEDDAUGH,

.i '",' The San Antonio brought this week thir yard, and given an opportunity also to seethe Dana W Scott, Lawrence, :Mass.; Thos M Wilson, City Tax Collector.
..' E L Davidson, C M\ Crosby, Jacksonville ; II Lon- Fernandina, December i5. 1883,
teen bales Havana tobacco for Jacksonville most magnificent harbor on the Gulf eerbough, Jersey City; Eby Jno F, Detroit ; Mr\ ,y LOW

"', which had; been shipped from Cuba coast. The hospitality and courtesy of the Child and Mrs, Colorado J W Roberts; Miss, Lillie Morristown\ Henderson, N Y., ;Salem M L, 1,000,000 Brick for Sale, LOW

'j'I ::>; via New York., They were placed in the citizens of Pensacola will be long remem- Mass.; Lucine Newhall, Lynn, Mass.; Miss\ Williams At the lowest cash price. Size of Brick PRICES.

: : United States bonded warehouse here. bered. Georgia; Miss Bentley, New London, Ct.; 2x4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON & Co., PRICES.PRICES..
,. j Miss Marie Bower, Richmond, Va.; G W Sharples, 46-4m
: The schedule the Fernandina & Jacksonville The convention closed on Thursday evening Attleboro, Mass.; S W Southard, MD, and wife, Macon, Ga.Lwucyr .
Newark N J. Mrs 11
; Bangor, :Me.; N
t' : ,t Railroad has been changed to the by the election of Hon. S. C. Cobb as L Kimball and wife, Haverhill Mass.; E W Peck- FRED

t- and resolution in Gainesville ham and wife, Springfield, Mass.; A Benjaminand 1
president, a to meet FRED
i; : great convenience of our citizens and visitors- wife Cleveland Ohio; J 0 Moss, Sandusky,
: >. Trains now leave here at 10:30: a. m. and 6 December next. Ohio; Mr and Mrs S E Marvin Jr New Haven FREDW.
: Ct.: T H Jones, Atlanta, Ga.; Geo A Mansfield andwife S
[. p. m., leaving Jacksonville at 8:15 a. m. and Antidote for Snake Melrose Mass.; Jno Harris, Montana; WmE .
3:15:: m. Poisoning. Nolan, St )Joins; W L Cheney, Meriden, Ct.; W.
,t'. p. To the Editor of the Mirror: W H Beadle, Yankton, D T: Mr and Mrs Brale, .. W.HOYT .

'., :,:-.:... A telegram received in this city yesterday Some interesting experiments have been Parkersburg, Pa; J J Coburn, Worcester. '' .

'I : :;._:: brought the sad news of the death at Racey'sPoint made in France. Venomous snakes were ; : & CO.

t. .: :', on the St. Johns river, of the bright incited to bite cotton wool. The venom so MARINE. ROYAL Iowa HOYT & CO.
e aaui'nrii P0 HOYT & CO.
;i." ,- '. 3-year-old little son of Mr. E. P. Noyes. The obtained was diluted with a small quantityof Port of Fernandina.HIGH .

r. 1. .. ; bereaved parents have the heartfelt -
: sympathy filtered water. This was injected into WATER.

of the whole community. the veins of dogs and death resulted. If, Saturday, March 15..10:22 A.M. 10:47 P. M. JFoocZ Wood.

.. ".. : Regular passenger trains are now running however a small quantity of a one per cent. Sunday, 16..11:01" 11:24 Having recently established a WoodYardnear

between Jacksonville and Palatka twice a solution of permanganate of potash was injected Monday, 17..11:44" ..:... aft Duryee's mill, provided with all the
r Tuesday, 18...... 0:00" 0:26" necessary machinery for sawing and splitting
.: : ; day, making the run in about two hours into the wound immediately after the Wednesday, 19..... 0:54" 1:15"

... and a quarter. We now receive the Pal atka application of the venom, the symptoms of Thursday, 20...... 1:47" 2:10"' I FIRE-WOOD ,

,. ; Daily News in the afternoon, an unprecedented poisoning remained absent ; and if any had Friday, 21.;.... 2:42" 3:08": ,
x .I am now prepared to furnish Oak \Yood
: event in mail communication. appeared, such as difficulty of breathing,
.. i. sawed to any lengths, for either stove or fire
'. t The British steamship Invcrtay, Captain irregular pulse, dilation of pupils, etc., ENTERED. place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .

: James Craig, 1,289 tons register, was cleared they soon entirely disappeared. In thirty Mch. 9-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes, A. ELUEMAXJ.

'. ; by Wm. Lawtey on Saturday last for London experiments the potash failed but twice, and .> Savannah, with to'V.freight B. Tucker and 4KIJ4G
\0 passengers ,
., : England, with the following cargo : both these animals were young, weak and agent. LUCY COTTAGE ,

;;. { 575 tons cotton seed, 36 bales sea island cotton badly nourished. 10-Schr. Jennie F. Wiley. Chadwick,
Every one liable to snakebite should New York with railroad iron. Sev enth-St., near Egmont Hotel,
i i. :,<,: ., .' 173,000 feet lumber. The Invertay went con ;
; ; '. .- ," to sea Monday. stantly keep by them a small quantity of 11-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder,
; t'' ,'" 1,680 tons New York freight FERNA DINA. FLORIDA.
: this salt in the for immediate ;
!j : "i The steamship San Antonio, of the MalloryLine crystal use. and passengers, to R. W. South- POWDERAbsolutely
; ''','' ,: It is prepared in water, but as it soon loses wick, agent. Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,with:
left for New York
k .. Thursday evening without board. Table Boarders will be
1 its strength when dissolved, should only be 11-Bark Veloce, ,Azibert St. Pierre, or
f .. i'i; -... ''' with the following cargo : 450 barrels rosin, :Martinique ; seeking. accommodated ; also transient.
.. prepared as used, which can berapidly done, Pure.
I, '. ..: 300 logs cedar, 240 cases cedar, 70 packages provided water is obtainable. The 12-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes, 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON.

"f: 't.:;, vegetables 29 cans shrimps, 18 packages sooner Savannah, with freight and passengers -
after the bite that the antidote is the POWDER never varies. A marvel
: applied to W. B.
.: hides and skins 100 Tucker agent. THIS
: : ; packages merchandise, and wholesomeness.
purity strength
; .' more probable the recovery. The bitten 12-Schr. L. Whitnmre, Blakington, -FORMACHINERY-
r.j. j. : 3 refrigerators strawberries. Beaufort, S. C. :More economical than the ordinary kinds,
place should be opened freely to admit the
', and cannot be sold in competition with the
; h
i : < The Republicans have called a mass
: I disinfectant. The solution should, be of a CLEARED.Mch. multitude of low test, short weight, alum or
; ; : 'y, ; meeting for Monday night at Island City
1 pink or rose color, and only a crystal) or two 9-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. : :
: ; :" .. Hall for the of ROYAL BAKING
.' ', f .'. purpose making nominationsfor will discolor quite a quantity of water. The Savannah, with freight and pas POWDER CO.. _
: J/; the coming city election. The offices to 38 106 Wall Street. New York. = ,
crystals must be kept from the light'and air sengers, by W. Tucker, agent. .1

I 1 '. ; "' ;;';,. .. be filled are Mayor, City Clerk and Treasurer, E. LEROY JOXES. 8-S. S. Invertay (Br.), Craig, Queens- OF ALL KINDS,

.'.. : I +X .. Marshal, Tax Collector and five Aldermen. town Lawte3r.via. Beaufort ; by William LOUIS A. C. LAXGE,

i[t.!.. Messrs. F. A. Sherman and F. A. Harter, 9-Schr. E. S: Potter, Ferris, Philadelphia UPHOLSTERER,

4 i' 1 of Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived at the Egmont e by Hilliard & Bailey. \. -) Go to F. M. Robinson,
will give a grand family matinee entertainment 9-Schr. Sarah Potter, Keene, New
f t; last week. i Foot of Centre
; They contemplated making an York Street
S. J.
at Lyceum Hall the ; by Temple.
% presenting greatcomedy
,:; extended tour through Florida but found I 11-Schr. Amelia P. Schmidt FERNANDINA
.. : drama in five acts entitled "Meg FLORIDA. MANUFA TUBER and DEALER,
a i and hotel ; Philadelphia by Payne Cook
m our city so comfortable and inviting ; ,
I .1, or, A Farmer's Daughter." The entire com & Co. Furniture
repaired in the best
that they concluded to abandon the manner.
t : 1! ", pany will appear in the cast. The doors 11-Schr. Benjamin C. Terry Moore, Hair Mattresses made to order at short .
trip and will remain here for the I JACKSONVILLE FLOPIDSed'c
s 1. present. will open at 1:15 and the performance beginsat Philadelphia ; Camp Bros. notice. 30 -
I 12-S. P. City of
., The Mallory steamship San Antonio collided l- 2:15: p. m. Send all the little folks and Savannah ;Bridgeton with freight, Hallowes and --'

i off the Delaware lightship, in a dense big ones, too. passengers, by W. B. Tucker,

j ," ;. fog; with the brig Addle Todd, Captain agent.

i ;I : of { Died 13-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, >,
Crowley, Calais ) e., from Cuba. for New
.l '. Entered into rest 1,630 tons, New York : freight '
at Old
Town Fernandina ,
: : York with of i
.. : a cargo sugar and molasses, and passengers, by R. W.South- to' '. .
i ,<< .' '". causing the latter: vessel to sink in thirty at 1 o'clock a. m., Wednesday, March wick agent. -\

: i' minutes. The captain and crew were rescued 12th, 1884, lhTILD.SF.TO wife of James D. \ TfRhtS'Ett- tst eL rsa

&b I }' the San Antonio and brought to this p6rt. McConnell, Esq., and. youngest daughter ol IN POUT. ,<- '.. ; f

'I the late Charles and :Matilda Seton. Bark Veloce (Fr.). Azibert. ,..:.1; 1' CASH. .f 21t2d ,

:. 1' The Times-Union of the 12th reports six Schr. Jennie F. Wiley, Chadwick. '..1 ; U
Schr. L. T. Whitmore. ; 1,
." i. vessels 1 lying inside of St.Johnsbar detained Fresh Strawberries Schr.. Blakington. : l
Chas. E.
Lester Truitt. : \ -
p! by Jow tide and heavy seas. If the inland On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at II. Schr. Flora Rogers Jamieson. ._ .d' '.. .\ \cza: : % ---i
tJ passage between' the St. Johns river and E., Dotterer's.__ W. F. SCOTT, Sclir.-Snsan? H. Ritchie, Bartlett. ;} '. .'. i .

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Fernandina -- ---- 4
there would -
1t was opened be no For Sale : : /J"--/J .
f .5':, / '
; ;; ,r, detention. The pilots report from nine and On Amelia Island 88 acres of good rich ham Valuable Orange Lands for Sale :, .. (7 tzttda :::5:, .

\ !1') 'a half to eleven feet of water on St. Johnsbar mock land, partly cleared, with ihiprove- TraQts.cpntaining twenty acres (each of .:o. ',1 I

I"i ';) at high tide. ments. For; further particulars apply to choice high hammock land on Orange Lake '..... "
MRS. suitable for orange growing and truck farm- *--
SUHEEn.f ,. : I
j : Mr.1.1V"olffe ing, are offered for sale. ; ;
; : of New York, president o now These landsare

; t the Brunswick & Western Railroad, and For Sale. very conveniently.situated for transportation J i ,- .
by'water rail and will be })
or sold
I l party, arrive frol11Jack 11\'i1leoniYC<1ncsc A s nd-hantlllia lO: Will be sold cheap terms to suit purchasers. Titles! arc. on '..,. '.

3 ,.;'. ..das r, and spent the day in our neighborhood' apply applied at the for office soon.of'Fur further. information tionable. Also valuable timber ]lands unques in ',.;.;J iF, I' -

t .. ',>, ;; t.'The syndicate of which )Ir. Wolffe is ail THE MIRROR. large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS, .""'. fif4 :
,,.. February 16 1882. Fernandina .
I '. Fla.
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