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 22, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
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System ID: UF00054505:00211
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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rORK GOSSIP. no use to go into the history and merits of THE :,1.4-- -,-
the case, as you are doubtless familiar with .Ie OF FL OR- differing widely in their conclusions ; of the I WA SIli NGTON
PATRICK DAY-THE GAMDLIG'CLlTBS- IDA. ;;;. extent'of the deposits no accurate
6T. the points thanks to the t -
telegraph. It is a has been or can he made-the estimates of
clergymen throughout the quantity available rock ranging all
THE NEWMAN TRIAL, ETC. country will watch the progress and await TEMPLE GRAVES, PUBLISHED, BY the way from five million to five hundred FITZ JOHN PORTER VINDICATED CONGRE, )!.\."'{':

To the Editor of the JJ/7m/r: the decision with interest, since the verdict THE SAVANNAH, ,FLORIDA the millions of tons; of the value of the rock in TOWNSHEND CENSURES THE REPUBLICANS.

NEW YORK March 15, 1884. & WESTERN RAILROAD. manufacture of commercial fertilizers To the Editor of the Mirror
will form a precedent in the determination the best proof is the largely :
Patrick's Day is at our doors, and yet f I increasing de-
St. of the material rights of pastor and congre I A new department literature has I mand for it from all parts of the world. WASHINGTON, D. C.,March 15.
hears of it. The bustle of Few who
one, scarcely gation. There -is are not directly concerned can It had been noised abroad
one humorous feature that at the time-
preparation which characterized the weeksreceding been opened up by the enterprising form any just idea of the extent to which
about the trial, however, which somehow the business in phosphate designated for taking up the Fitz John Por-
of Ireland's mining is
festal day con-
the patron seems to have escaped the notice of the reporters managers of railwaysHof;, which the ducted in this State. Since the discovery of ter bill, in the Senate on 'Yednesd:))', Sena-
saint in former years is wanting entirely.It brochure above entitled; these deposits the l total tor
ofthe daily papers, and that i is the is a very favorable quantity phosphate Logan would make another annual'
that he is for if rock mined
he forgotten
can scarcely and shipped from South Carolina
full speech in
there i is anything that the Irishman honors representation of ladies of the congregation I specimen. /? up to-tlie close of the past year was opposition. Spectators, largely-

at the sessions of the council, their intense I Business and more than 2,200.000 tons, worth In round composed of society ladies, filled every seat
of St. Patrick. The St. pleasure
it is the memory are very figures about in the
partizanship, and their readiness to 15000000. The product or gallery except part of the space upholstered -
l'atrick'Std.ty, composed of the cream of express their opinions neatly blended in thi,.. handsomely! illustrated the mines from June 1, 1883, to January 31, in blue, which is dedicated to-
Irbh-AmericanX will give its an Jiual dinner, on every step 1884, was 309,888 tons. The giant strides
societies will) parade, and the taken. It is needless: to say that there are and well pri tlid ,pamphletof with which this industry is advancing may diplomatic dignity. Many friends of Senator ,

the temperance two factions, one firmly adhering to Dr. upwards of 200 pages, containingan be inferred from the statement that the Logan and his, family were present. But
flag of Erin will wave from the flagstaff ofthe quantity of rock minedand those who
; Newman, the other devoted to the side of shipped increased came to hear the swarthy, fat,
City Hall, (but outside of that there will excellent map, and handsomely from 20,000 ton? in 1868-70 to 333.000: tons ungrammatical! Illinois
Dr.Itanney lD.. orator went
an who heads
fnccount.No the opposition. } bound in imitation in 1883. and to 309.888 tons during the seven away
he ( ;; I alligator skin. The disappointed. He
The lawyers remained silent.
in the case have a hard months ending January 31, 1881. The-
public gallllJlllg: house ni any account task of it as they are subject to all sorts of route of travel from the
is open." say the police, and very truly, but comments and criticism by the fair :s sex. A Florida is supposed to be the subjectof known form the, underlie much of the land, and has charge of the bill, pleaded for PortE'r's.vindication -
for all that gambling goes on just as before, of many of the rivers on our
prominent member of the bar who few coast. The and was followed by Senator
a conversation with rock underlying the rivers is
allll l tIle battle with the tiger goes on even a pleasant; partyof
years ago was engaged for the prosecution ina mined for the most part by wealthy com- Wilson, of Iowa, who opposed the bill Onr

more fiercely than before. It is in the so- celebrated religious case, told me that he tourists, consisting of Judge Roland, panies, which have erected extensive works Thursday the new Nebraska Senator. Mr.

called clubs where the contests now go on. would never more accept a retainer in such a man of culture and, wealth, his and business.invested The a large land amount of capital in the )Iandt>TSon, had the floor for the Porter bill
3 rock is mined
These institutions are modelled after the by com-
London and Paris clubs about which the a matter. By doing your best for your side daughter Elsie, beauty and an heiress, panies and individuals. The river rock is hour, and made his debut in an argument
of the case you incur an amount of rancor and her two mined with tongs and dredges and the land against General Porter's claims. On Thurs-
cable for the few weeks has recorded susceptible cousins, Roland rock is
past so and vindictive hatred from excavated with pick and shovel. The day the Porter bill passed the Senate. The-
adherents '
many scandals. Some gambler with money and Herbert Revere. Of course sucha method of cleaning both kinds of the rock Senate in executive session
the opposite side which you would scarcely I for market is similar but land and ratified the com
; mining
hires a house, gets a few semirespectablemen believe party must have had an river mining mercial treaty with Mexico, and it
it capable of. "Why, would you be- interestingtour are processes so different in was a.

to meet and ostensibly form themselvesinto lieve it," said he, "while I was trying. that doing the various Southern cities, detail that they can hardly be classed to- notable coincidence that it was done almost
a society-generally a literary society. gether. There are about twenty-three companies simultaneously with the
case my own. wife set herself against, but the chief completion of tbe-
This concern is then incorporated, officers I me. interest centering on now engaged in phosphate mining. railroad which :
r brings the Mexican
She listened to the proceedings one day and, Sixteen companies are at work in the rock capital
are elected committees appointed, and the with a threa/i of into
woman-like, at once made up her mind ns / love-making fields along the Ashley on the Stono and communication with the great trade-
trap is ready. Admission to these affairs is giving piquancy to their movements. Edisto, on Rantowles'Creek and on Chis- centres of the United States.
to which side
was As luck had it '
wrong. holm's
nominally through introduction by a member Island. They have a capital of The tariff issue has been
she fixed the and The book gives ihileu useful inform- $1,700,000 formally mack*
but neither the upon prosecution, the cur- employ 3.000 hands, and produced
doorkeeper nor the tain last ;year 271,000 tons of up by the introduction of the Morrison bill,.,
lecture that I cot that niaht; for handling ation, and is a clever hand-book of rock.--Charleston
management are ever over-particular. A News and Courier. : and the presentation of the majority and.
defendant without --- -
well-tilled purse and a disposition to blow do, would have been gloves amusing, as I had was boundto it not travel. The description, "" of places, I minority reports. The former explains taut

it in" freely are the best passports. The etc. The City Council. the measure is
been so annoying scenery, are: gracefully written, expected to relieve the people-

members of such I literary societies are termed -._- and an excellent 'taste A regular meeting of the City Council was of unnecessary taxation by decreasing the
-------- !literary
students, not an inappropriate name. The STATE NEWS.Alachua. held at the Council Rooms on Wednesday revenues $31,000,000. The minority dissent
whole. /
games played are generally baccarat and evening last. Present : G. F. Avery, Presi- from these views, and claim that the tariff

poker. Baccarat is the favorite at present, We have no doubt will help manyan dent ; and Aldermen Hoy, Kelly, Williams, legislation of last winter placed the rates as-

and the sums won and lost of a night's session Mr. S. Z. :Murphy is now gathering Irish Elsie and Herbert to bring to King and Robinson.The low as is consistent with a due regard for

of the school", would surprise manya potatoes. Less than eighty days since he Florida pater familias mater following bills were ordered paid : the protection of the manufacturer and the
one. These clubs planted, but having stimulated them familias. Fred W. Hoyt & Co.
are conducted very freely merchanclise....$ 9 GO welfare of the laboring classes.
quietly, and their existence would hardlyever with Home fertilizer they have grown avunculcs and cosines to see if Floridais J. Meddaugh: commissions as col

and rap- : lector.......................................... 50 00 During the consideration of the post-ofticc-
become known, save to those who want idly matured quickly.Dr. really such a beautiful place as this C. H. Huot, lumber for Street Committee appropriation bill, which is now pending in

to know, were it not that some one now A. T. Lee, one of the most successful pleasant quartet find it, and we do .......................................... 35 15 the House of Representatives, Congressmanu
and then cannot meet his Angel & Friend, merchandise for
obligations, or de- truck farmers in the State has not think Townshend, Illinois, the
faults in his business. The defalcations of shipped quitea they will be disappointed. paupers from April 17, 1883, to gave Republicans

large number of boxes of green peas. The It would be know February 13, 1884......................... 39 9.5 some effective thrusts that they could not<
interesting how
young Fullerton, a clerk employed by the Doctor i is au fail in all matters pertaining to Florida Mirror, printing, etc............ 17 25 return. He was aroused to war by the remark --

Manhattan each Railway Company, have vegetable growing, and but for the disastrous many voyages for life have originated i Also a bill for labor and expenses of of Mr. Skinner, that the Appropriation
called public attention to the existence the Street Committee in filling ,
these clubs the of drought during the past autumn his crops by a trip to Florida. draining, etc.............................up.... 122 00 Committee was parsimonious and niggardly,,
just at present moment. He and profits would have been We and that the provisions of the bill would
immense. must, however, in our capacity A communication was read from the attorneys "
over-issued certificates of the stock of the cripple the efficiency of the mail service-

company to the extent of$20,000, and as he The loss occasioned by the burning of the of historical critic, except to the state- of the Fire Extinguishing Companyof Mr. Townshend had alluded to inadequate

was one of the most active of the wrestlers steamer F. S. Lewis is seriously felt by the ment made on page 78 in which the New York, relative to an alleged infringement appropriations made by the last Republican

atadub called the London, it is to people of both :Melrose and Waldo. We I of patents on the chemical en
see writer
easy seizes DeSoto Congress, whereupon. Horr of
upon our
great gine from the
where trust that the citizens Holloway Co. The
a good deal of the money went. enterprising of these admonished the Democrats not
to imitate
Moreover, he speculated in Wall street, and towns will)) call a joint meeting and devise new par nobile, and brings him due communication was referred to the Committee the blunders, but the virtues and beauties of"

between the two !he probably came to grief. :some means by which another steamer adequate east from Tampa to Fort Gatlin en on Fire Department. the Republican party. Townshend said

JJe has I to the demands of Upon motion of Alderman Hoyt, Fernan
disappeared now,and will very likely, increasing business route to Cape Canaveral. that no political organization ever existed
if Le is in able offer may be placed in the canal and lakes at dina Chemical Engine Company, No.1,
any way a compromise. Narvaez landed at or near Tampa whose filed in any civilized country that had a record-
The once. application was Jan. 15, 1884,
that the secretary talk about of the London Club says Bay, and marching parallel with the was admitted to the Fire Department of the reeking with more corruption than the Re--

Fullerton having lost Captain Merriam plucked some oranges City of Fernandina.The publican party has made in the last fifteen
money there is all bosh and declares that west coast into :middle ,Florida em-
from his last No
grove Sunday and presented to following resolution years. party ever was so utterly destitute-

lie must be ahead of the game" at least us some for examination. After subjectingthem barked at Anti, near Jthe mouth of the Resolved, That the chemical was engine passed now: in political virtues, so unfaithful to public
But of course, we may or may not to the most critical test, we, in con Ocklokonee, in Liberty county, near the possession of the city be turned over to trusts, so prolific in false pretense andhypocrisy.

take the worthy secretary's word for that. nection with other gentlemen who are St. Marks. the Chief of the Fire Department and by Here Mr. Belford arose to interrupt -

Seven runaway boys were arraigned in a skilled him to the Fernandina Chemical Engine
judges in such matters, the orator, but the latter requested
police court the other day. They had all pronounce DoSoto landed undoubtedly in Company, No. :1, under the ordinances and
them as fine as any we ever tasted, and free regulations of the City Council. the gentlemen from Colorado to contain

come from Pennsylvania, and were armed from the faintest trace of injury by the recent Tampa Bay and directing his vesselsto Alderman Kelly presented to the Council himself, and, continuing his attack, said no T'

bound with pistols and knives, and they were cold. This proves the truth of Captain :Mer- pass along the coast within communicating his resignation as Alderman. Laid on the American citizen could read the record of'

for the West, there to wreak destruction riam's assertion that the Republican without
owing to the altitudeof distance marched north- table.A party crimsoningwith
among the savages. The following even- his place other shame and humiliation for his
or some peculiarity of his ward communcation was also received from country.

ing a lad of fourteen was captured running surroundings the deposit of frost and the injury going certainly no farther east- Mr. Thistle, agent for Inman Bro ., asking He cited Chase, Sumner, Seward, Andrew"

amuck' .. through- the Bowery, firing his pistol to vegetation was so slight as to be ward than Ocala and thence into Council to consider the matter; of allowing Johnson, Lyman Trumbull and others -

In the air like a Texan cowboy, and shout- barely perceptible during this and preceding Middle Florida and thence into Geor- them to erect gas works in the city. Referredto brave leaders, who had lead the party to-
ing at
Boy Detective.the top of" his voice "I'm Butts, the winters. This is a strange truth, but is none gia, Alabama, etc., to the Mississippi.There Committee on Lighting Streets. victory. and who, when it was converted<

The police took him to the less a truth fully proved.-Waldo Advertiser. Adjourned. into a spoj.ls-h Uti ting clique, abandoned it'

the station house, where it was found that I is absolutely, so far as we know, and affiliated with the Democratic party;,
the boy was hopelessly insane. It was read- no foundation either in history or tradition After the close of the regular meeting the only political organization-: had+

ing the flash, sensational literature of the Insurance Rlslcs. for a route'of either Narvaez or Council met in special session to make pro- patrioti aims, and sought to administer the-
lay that brought these youngsters to this It is a matter of gratification to know
that Government in the interests of the
DeSoto to Fort Gatlin or that diI vision for the ensuing city election, in accordance -
pass. The age of the dime novel is past, the chemical fire engine and apparatus for .. --- He alluded to the thieving star-route
with the ordinances
of the
but the era of the five-cent has the Fire rection., ,' \Ye therefore ,,call attention, city.
weekly ,come Department has arrived, as this has I Mayor Haley presented his appointmentsof contractors as one of the saddest episodesof '
and its influence is even more disastrous an important bearing the I to the error so that future writers
the on on question of insurance I. may Inspectors of Election, which were con- any mal-administration ; to the Credit.

crude, unformed ;young mind. Theprofit in this city. not involve' the authority of this clever firmed. Mobilier bond, the post-trader plunderers

is of the proprietors of these wretched sheets The Southeastern Tariff Association, an book for an historical-inaccuracY. The.I Aldermen Kelly, Hoyt and Williams were. the whisky ring, as well as many other raids

enormous. The combined circulation of organization of the State general and on the Treasury; to the crimes af that party
the writer of this book appointed a committee to revise ,the regis-
leading ones aggregates over a million special agents of all the old fire insurance we believe, is now tration list.Alderman. against the sacred rights suffrage; its debauching -

aid a half. The society for the preventionof companies doing business in the South- the able editor of the :Florida Herald, Hoyt offered the following* res- of the ballot-box, and its never-'

crime has done a good thing in suppressing eastern States met in Charleston recently to the excellent evening daily publishedat olution, which was adopted : to-be-pardoned sin of depriving the nationof

indecent literature. :More attention consider the disastrous outlook presented its rightfully-elected President fraud-
should' be by Jacksonville. Resolved, That the officers to be elected at by
paid to these sensational story pa the enormous destruction of property by the coming election be : One mayor, one perjury and forgery. He closed by saying : '

invest pers which make heroes of criminals, and fire in 1883, and during the first two monthsof THE WEALTH OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA clerk one treasurer, one tax-collector, one "With such a damning record the party'prates
vice and crime with a 1884. The result of the '
cheap glamour conference was a of its virtues
that dazzles PIIOSPIIATE DEPOSITS. -I tax-assessor, one marshal and five aldermen.
1m imagination the average boy reader, inflames determination on the part of all the companies The story of the development of the Carolina Adjourned. The Senate has been talking about establishing -

and encourages him to emulate to advance rates of fire insurance on phosphate beds is something altogether --- -------- I a Bureau of Labor Statistics, and ha>-

the deeds of the leading characters inI I all hotel and mercantile risks in cities and without parallel in the industrial history of DEATH OF MRS. ANDERSON.-The widow of also given some attention to the plenro

the story. I understand that the society is towns having no fire department or water for the the South.manufacture The value of the rock as a basis the late John George Anderson, Esq., having pneumonia bill, but without result in either
now commercial fertilizers
laid at work preparing a bill which will be supply. was discovered in 18GG. Two years later the survived her husband for about twenty- case. It must not be supposed that the for-

before the Legislature in a measure cur- This advance they regard as necessary to first cargo of rock was shipped from the five years, died at her residence near Balti- eign grievances of the American hog have

tal| >K the influence of those papers by establishing enable them to guarantee indemnity, and at State. It had been mined in the most primitive more some days since. She had attained at been lost sight of, because lIe has not been

who has a sort of censorship. Everybody the same time they will decline to accept colored way laborers, and was, who cleaned washed for shipment out the dirt by the time of decease the age of about seventyone so prominently before the public of late.

such children cannot but hope that if more than three-fourths the cash value as with stiff wooden brooms, until 300 tons 'ears-ver. many of which had been His demands are still a subject for earnest

a bill is introduced, and it can be so insurable These restrictions will affect were finally ready for market. Northern spent in'this State and in Tallahassee, although deliberation in the Senate Committee on

fT'.uuell that it is constitutional, that it will Fernandina only until the Fire Departmentis capitalists were quick to recognize the vast' we believe New York City was the Foreign Relations. I
speedily? become importance of the discoveries and readily place of her birth and
girlhood. She
a law. in working order. invested Although the friends of the bonded whisky
their in the
1' money development of abounded in good works and almsgiving.St. .
r religious people the sensation of the, an industry which! has revolutionized the Johns Church hereof which she wa longa ; bill were snubbed early in the week in their

week has been the session of the council at For Sale business interests of lower Carolina, enhanced communicant, was especially the object of attempt to get the measure before the House,
the -Madison On Amelia Island 88 acres of good rich ham the value of property, infused new her generosity."Blessed and
Avenue passed, they were not discouraged
Congregational life into
to decide Church mock land, partly cleared, with improve our people, and 'which furnishes are they that do His commandments -
whether the : the means of subsistence to and will make another attemPt
pastor Rev. Dr. New- ments. For further thousands of that they may have right to the tree
has been faithful particulars apply to sturdv workingmen. Of the' origin of the of life soon as the post-office' bill .
to his trust. It is of ; MRS. E. R. SUHREE. I rock little is certainly known, the; scientists into the, and cit)may'.' enter in through the gates appropriation 0 goesthroughs ; : _

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> ; .1 BEYOND THESE CHILLING WINDS.. I matters.' : .. How can I*find out'"""his midribs< '<<. in She held, out her hand.: Mr." :.Lismoru- took.-0- I! on ,the". score,*-* of g.risk,*.=., He wanted! an advance-, say. Let us. understand: each otlurUlore/
Beyond these chilling"""" winds:and, .*gloomy** .the city" it in silence.and pressed i warmly.\ .', i of :20.000 secured<
I skies, ; ', 1Ve can stop at the first stationers shop You have not done with me Vet" she' ship;and cargo.' : But the vessel 1 was ,not insured l you tell me what your<< present i position j-j

Beyond death's" solemn portal, we pass :and ask to look at the dir ctory. resumed with a smile. Do you, remember ; :and :it that storm season, she was at its worst ? I can, and will I :
i Are you going to pay Mr. Lismore a visit?" what I said'of my errand when I first, came already more than a month overdue. Oonld i when my turn comes, if you will
honor lJI'e
.1 There is a land where beauty never dies,
: And love becomes immortal. I am going to think about it." in i ?" :- gratt'f11'clJJlt'a; lc"be; :: blamed if they forgot i with your confidence. Not if it distresses

I ii. ", You, aidJt \vas.an errand, .lf bratitud- K.", ,their obligations when they were asked to I ,yon,'' she added, observing: him attentively.

.A land whose light is :never dimmed by, Something' more than, the gratitude offer pecuniary help to a merchant in this : He was ashamed of his hesitation
The next day a clerk entered Mr. Lisnmore's and he
.'" shade which only says, 'Thank you,' she added. situation? Ernest returned to his office with- I made amends for it.
private room at the office and -
Whose fields are ever vernal, presented Before T explain myself, however, I wantto out money and without credit.A Do you thoroughly understand "
visiting card. Mrs. Callendar had me? lie
: "Where nothing beautiful can ever fad'eBut reflected, and had arrived. at a decision. Underneath know what you have been doing, and man threatened by ruin is in no state asked, when _the whole truth had been laid

: :: bloom for aye eternal. her name she had written. / these how it was that my inquiries failed' to, trace of mind to keep an engagement at a lady's before her without reserve.

7 'l' "We may not know how sweet the balmy air. explanatory. words : On important business you after that terrible night' tea-table. Ernest' sent a letter of apology to She summed up the result in her own

I How bright and fair its flowers ; .'' The appearance of depression which Jars.Callendar Mrs.: : Callendar, alleging extreme pressure of words.

., ,- We may not hear the songs that echo there, Does she look as if she wanted money?" had noticed at the public meeting business'as the excuse' for breaking his en If your overdue ship returns safely

showed itself again in Mr. Lismore's s face.. gagement. within a month of this time
Through those enchanted bowers.: M r. Lismore inquired. you can borrow -
J He sighed as he answered her : "Am I to wait for an answer, sir?" the the money want without
"Oh, dear, no She comes .in her car- difficulty.
-:1: That city's shining towers we may not see nage." .-!- ,:" My story has one merit" he said ; "it is messenger asked. If the ship is lost, you have no alternative

With our dim earthly vision, soon told. I cannot wonder that failed No merel'to "
J Is she 'old you ; you are leave the letter. (when the end of the month conies) but

,: For Death the silent warden, keeps the:key Old. sir.young" or ? to discover me. In the first place, I was not accept a loan from me or to suspend to

I !, That opes those gates elysian. To Mr. Lismore-conscious of the disas- (captain of my ship at that time ; I was only IV. ment. Is that the hard truth ?" pay

. ; .' :But sometimes when adown the western trous influence occasionally exercised overbusy mate. In the second place, I inherited some In an hour's time-to Ernest's astonishment It i is!"

X money, and ceased to lead a sailor's life in -the "
sky men by youth and beauty-this was a messenger returned with a reply. And the sum you require is-twenty

1: The fiery sunset lingers, recommendation in itself. He said : Show less than a year from the night of the fire. "The lady was just going out, sir, when I thousand pounds ?" ;

:: :Its golden gates swing inward noiselessly her in." You will now' understand what obstacleswere rang at the door," he explained. and she Yes."

I :i 'Unlocked by silent fingers. Observing the lady, as she approachedhim in the way of your tracing me. With took the letter from me herself. She didn'tappear I have twenty times as much money

'1 h with the my little capital I started successfully in to know your handwriting, and she that, Mr. Lismore, at my sole disposal--
And while stand momentary curiosity of a on
; they a moment half ajar
J business as a ship-owner. At the time I asked me who I came from. As soon as I one condition:'
: Gleams from the inner stranger he noticed that she still preservedthe
: glory
': naturally congratulated myself on my good told her I was ordered to wait." The condition alluded in letter '
remains of your ?
beauty. She had also
: Stream brightly through the azure vault escapedthe fortune. We little know, Mrs. Callendar, Ernest opened the letter. "Yes."
/ misfortune, common to at her
," ., afar, persons what the future has in store for us"." Dear Mr. Lismore : One of us must speakout Does the fulfillment of the condition
time of life of depend
And half reveal the becoming too fat. Even to a
man's eye her dressmaker appeared to have He stopped.) His handsome features: hardened and your letter of apology forces me to in some way on any decision of mine

i Oh,land unknown! Oh, land of love divine! made the most of that favorable circum -as if he was suffering (and concealing) be that one. If you are really so proud andso It depends entirely on you."

: Father all-wise, eternal, stance. Her figure had its defects concealed pain. Before it was possible to speak to distrustful as you seem to be, I shall That answer closed his lips.

'; l Guide, guide these wandering feet of mine and its remaining merits set off to advantage.At him there was a ]knock at the door. An- offend you. If not I shall prove myself to With a composed:; manner and a steady

; Into those other visitor without an appointment had be friend. hand she herself
pastures vernal the same time she evidently held herself your poured out a cup of tea

---- - ----, above the common deceptions by which called ; the clerk appeared again with a card Your excuse is pressure of business.' I conceal it from you.'" she said, but I

,"t.. SUE LOVES AND LIES. some women seek to conceal their She and a message. The truth, as I have good reason to believe, want confidence. Here (she i pointed to the

age. The gentlemen begs you will see him, is' want of money.: I heard a stranger at cup) is the friend of women, rich or
wore her own hair and her poor
i I. gray complexion
I sir. He has something to tell you which is that public meeting, say that you were when they are in trouble. What I
t ;late in the autumn, not many years since, the test of daylight. On entering the "
-:' she made her too important to be delayed. seriously embarrassed by some failure in the now to say obliges me to speak in praise: of
room with
= L. public meeting was held at the Mansion apologies some em
Hearing the message, Mrs. Callendar rose city. myself. I don't like it-let
1 t I I JHouse, London, under the direction of the barrassment. Being the embarrassment ofa : me get it over
1 I' immediatel .
; ) Let me tell you what my own pecuniary as soon as I can. 3Iy husband was
t. Lord Mayor. stranger (and not of a youthful stranger), very
it failed It is enough for to-day that we under- position is in two words. I am the childless fond of me ; he had the most absolute
to Mr. Lismore
The list of gentlemen invited to address impress favorably.
I stand each other," she said. Have you an widow of a rich man-*' fidence in discretion and in
the audience had been chosen with two objects I am afraid I have chosen) an inconvenient my my sense of
engagement to-morrow after the ]hours of Ernest paused. His anticipated discoveryof duty to him and to myself. His last
time for visit she
in view. Speakers of celebrity who my began "
i business? Mrs. Callendar's "charming daughter"was before he died words that
ia were thanked
"I rue
would rouse public enthusiasm, were sup- am at your service, he answered a "
t.( ported by speakers connected with com- little stiffly ; "especially if you will be so None. in his mind for the moment. "That for making the happiness of his life. As:
She pointed to her card on the writing little
romance must return to the world of I had in
soon as some degree recovered
;. '. t Amerce, who would be practically useful in kind as to mention your business with me ,
table. iII you come to me to-morrow dreams he thought-and went on with the the affliction that had fallen
in few words on me, his
the for which the
..' explaining purpose meeting
evening at that address? I am like the gen- letter.
was convened. Money wisely spent in She was a woman of some spirit, and that lawyer and executor produced a copy of Iris
tleman who has just called<< ; I too have my "After what I owe to I don't it will and said
you regard there were two clauses! in it
', advertising had produced the customary result reply roused Her. "I will mention !it in one "

-every seat was occupied before theprodecdings word," she said smartly. My business isgratitude. reason for wishing to see you. as repaying an obligation consider myselfas which my husband had expressed wish

." He gladly accepted the invitation. )Irs. merely performing a duty when I offer to that I should read. It is needles:; say

began. Callendar stopped him as he opened the door assist you by a loan of that I "
Among the late arrivals, who had no He was completely at a loss to understand for her. .. money. obeyed.
I Wait a little before you throw my letter She still controlled her agitation-but she
what she meant and he said
choice but to stand or leave the hall, were so plainly. "
Shall I offend she said if I ask
you, a into the waste-paper basket. unable
was now to conceal it. Erne- madean
Instead of herself she
two ladies. One of them at once decided on explaining put a ques
strange question before I go ? I have better "Circumstances (which it is impossible for attempt to her.
tion. spare
leaving the hall. "I shall back to the
go motive, mind, than mere, curiosity. Are you me to mention before we meet) put it out of "Am I concerned in this?" he asked.
t "Do remember the night of the 11th
arringe" she said, and wait for you at the you "
loor." Her friend answered, "I shan't keep of March between five and six years since?" married" :? my power to help you-unless I attach to "Yes. Before I tell you why, I want to
: No. my most sincere offer of service a unusual know what would do-in certain
1 )'oulong. He is advertised to support the He considered for a moment. 1'0." he very you a case,
said, "I don't remember it. Excuse Forgive me again she resumed. "At and very embarrassing condition. If which I am unwilling even to suppose. I II
.1 second resolution. I want to see him-and me,
': :: that is all." Mrs. Callendar. I have affairs of my own to my age you cannot" possibly misunderstandme you are on the brink of ruin that misfortune have heard of men, unable to pay the deg II

; and yet- will plead my excuse-and your ex- mands made on them, who began business *
',m: \ An elderly gentleman, seated at the end attend to, which causes me some :1I1xietyLe "
{ .. assist She hesitated Mr. Lismore tried to give cuse, too, if you accept the loan on my terms. again and succeeded, and in course of time
of a bench, rose and offered his place to the me your memory, Mr. Lismore,
her confidence. "Pray don't stand on ceremony In any case, I rely on the sympathy and for- paid their creditors:'
{ lady who remained. She hesitated to take and I will leave you to your affairs. On the

t -advantage= of his kindness until he reminded date that I have referred to you were on your Mrs. Callendar. Nothing that you bearance of the man to whom I owe my life. "And ;you want to know if there is any
can ask me need be prefaced by an apology." "After what I have now written, there is likelihood of following their
her that he had heard what she said to her way to the railway station at Bex mo re, to my example9'he
catch the night from the North to Thus encouraged she ventured to proceed : only one thing to add. I beg to decline said. Have you also heard of men who
:; Iriend. Before the third resolution was express
i London.. You may be engaged to be married," she accepting your excuses ; and I shall expectto have made that second effort-who have
his scat would be at his ,
: own disposal
.again. She thanked him and without As a hint that his time was valuable the suggested ; "or you may be in love'? see you to-morrow evening, as we arranged failed again-and who have doubled the II

.... i 1 further ceremony took his ,place. He was ship-owner had hitherto remained stand He found it impossible to conceal his surprise I am an obstinate old,woman-but debts they owed to their brethren in business

ing. He took his But he answered without hesitation : I am also your faithful friend and servant, who trusted! them ? I knew one of those
provided with an opera glass, which he more now customary seat, and
"There is no such bright prospect in my Mary Callendar." men myself. He committed suicide.:'
to listen with )
began interest.
than offered to her when famous some Mrs.
; once orators -
,1 Callendar had produced her effect( him life," he said ; I am not even in love." Ernest looked up from the letter. "Whatcan She laid her hand for a moment on 'his
the she made on
; appeared on platform no
; She left him with a little sigh. It sounded this "
already."It I possibly mean ? he wondered. "I understand you, she said. II rain
use of it until a p(>'l\kl'r-knowJl in the city
like a sigh of relief. But. he was too sensible a man to be con- cornes-"
:as a ship-owner-stepped forward to support was absolutely necessary, she proceeded -
Ernest Lismore was thoroughly puzzled. tent with decided "
wondering-he on keeping "If ruin conies, he interposed, "a man
I ;;:j the second resolution. that you should be on board your
What could be the bid lady's object in ascertaining his
His name (announced in the advertise- ship in the London docks at 9 o'clock: the : engagement. without money and without credit can make

','t1-; ,incuts) was Ernest Lismore. next morning. If you had lost the express that he was 'still free from matri- y.v but one last atonement. Don't speak of it
monial engagement? If the i idea had oc- "
'. The moment he arose the lady asked for the vessel would have sailed without you." curred to him in time he might have alludedto What Dr. Johnson called the insolenceof now.

: the opera glass. She kept it to her eyes for The expression of his face began to changeto her domestic life, and might have askedif wealth" appears far more frequently in She looked" at him with horror. "I didn't

1'1 a .5 such a length of time, and with such evident surprise. 1Vho told you that ?" he she had children. With a little tact he the houses of the rich than in the mannersof mean that she said
Shall in
,i 'interest in Mr. Lismore, that the curiosity of asked. might have discovered more than this. the rich. The reason is plain enough. "we go back to what you read

r her aroused. Had he You shall hear directly. On your way Personal ostentation in the will? he suggested.
,. rti i neighbors was anything When he presented himself at her house is. the very natureof
I' 'J in which into the town your carriage was stopped by "Yes-if you will give me a minute to
i to say a lady (evidently a the next evening would she introduce him it, ridiculous. But the ostentation which
))4 stranger to him) was personall interested? an obstruction on the high road. The people to a charming daughter? exhibits magnificent pictures, priceless china compose myself.

,,}$4 There was nothing in the address that hedelivered Bexrnore were looking: at a house on fire." He smiled as the idea occurred to him. and splendid furniture can purchase good VI.

,;' 11 .- which appealed to the enthusiasm He started to his" feet. "Good heavens "Au appropriate time to be thinking of my taste to guide it, and can assert itself with- In less than the minute she asked for, )[rs.
". of women. He was undoubtedly a handsome are you the lady ? out affording the smallest for word
chances of a Callendar calm to
l t. marriage, he said to himself. was enough; go on.
i ,, man, whose appearance proclaimed She held up her hand in satirical protest. In another month I may be a ruined man." of depreciation or a look of contempt. If I "I now possess what is called a life interest

{ __ him to be in the prime of life-midway, Gently sir You suspected me just now of am worth a million of money, and if lam in my husband's fortune," she aitl.

., perhaps, between thirty and forty years of wasting your valuable time. Don't rashly in. I dying to show it, I don't ask you to look at "The money is to be divided at my death

s :i. ; age. But why a lady should persist in keeping conclude that I am the lady until you find The gentleman who had so urgently requested me-I ask you to look at my house. among charitable institutions ; excepting a

;l % an opera glass fixed on him all through out that I am acquainted with the circum- an interview was a devoted friend, Keeping his engagement with Mrs. Callen. certain event-"

::j 'his speech was a question which found the stances." who had obtained a means of helping Ernestat dar Ernest discovered that riches might be Which is provided for in the will? Ernest -

,,,1'-= general ingenuity at a loss for a reply. Is there no excuse for my failing to recognize a serious crisis in his affairs.It lavishly and yet modestly used. added helping her to go on.
: }::1 Having returned the glass with an apology, you? Mr. Lismore asked. "We had been truly reported that he was ina In crossing the hall and ascending the Yes I am to be absolute mistress of the

;; the ventured were on the dark side of tho burning house; position of pecuniary embarrassment stairs look
( lady on putting a question where he might, his notice was whole of the L1oooooher voice dropped,

' t next. "Did it strike you, sir, that Mr. you were fainting, and I-" owing to the failure of a mercantile house insensibly won by proofs of the taste whichis and her eyes looked away from him as: she

', : JLismore seemed to be out of spirits?'' she "And you" she interposed, "after saving with which he had been intimately con- not to be purchased, and the wealth which spoke the next word-" on this one condition

m Iske..t, me at the risk of your own life, turned a nected. Whispers affecting his own solvencyhad uses but never exhibits its purse. Con- : that I marry again.:'

I can't say it did, ma'am." deaf ear to my poor husband's entreaties followed on the bankruptcy of the firm. ducted by a man-servant, to the landing on He looked at her in amazement

I' noticed that he left the when he asked you to wait till I had recovered lIe had already endeavored to obtain advances
"Perhaps you the first floor, he found a maid at the door "Surely I have mistaken vou" hi- s-ai'l.
' ; the he had done?" my senses. of on the usual conditions
.I platform moment money of the boudoir waiting to announce him. "You mean on this one condition, that you
'! This betrayal of interest in the speaker didaiot Your poor husband? Surely Mrs.Callen and had been met by excuses for delay. His Mrs. Callendar advanced to welcome her do not marry again:'

j :! escape the notice of a lady seated on the dar, "he received no serious injury from the friend had now arrived with a letter of introduction guest in a simple evening dress perfectly "No, Mr. Lismore : I mean exactly whatI

:V' bench in front. Before the old gentleman fire? to the capitalist, well known in suited to her age. have said. You now know that the recovery -

could she volunteered "The firemen rescued him under circum- commercial circles for his daring "
answer an explanation. speculation I am afraid you don't thank me for forc- of credit and of mind
your your peace
I stances of peril," she answered, and at his and for his great wealth. "
\ ing you to keep your engagement, she said, rests entirely with yourself."
:t t r I am afraid )1 r. Lismore is troubled. by great age he sank under the shock. I have Looking at the letter, Ernest observed that with her friendly tones and her pleasant After a moment of reflection he took her

I anxieties connected with his business." she lost the kindest and best of men. Do you the envelope was sealed. In spite of that smile.
hand and raised it respectfully to his lips.
'f' id. husband heard it in remember how you parted from him, burned ominous innovation on established; "
&:} )1y reported : usage, Indeed, I do thank you, he replied. i iI You arc a noble woman !" he said.
the that he and bruised in saving me? He liked to talk in cases of personal introduction he I
', city yesterday was seriously embarrassed pre- "Your beautiful house and your gracious She made no reply. With drooping; head
; .,' by the failure-" of it in his I last illness 4At least' (he said sented the letter. On this occasion he was welcome have persuaded me into forgettingmy and downcast eyes she waited for his de

.; A loud burst applause made the end of to you) tell me the. name of the man who not put off with excuses. The capitalist troubles-for a while:' cision. He accepted his responsibility."I .

+ ; }p j the sentence inaudible. A famous member has preserved my wife from a dreadful flatly declined to discount Mr. Lism re's The smile passed away from her face. must not, and! dare not think of the

J ::, of Parliament had risen to propose the third death: You threw your card to him out of bills unless they were backed by responsible Then it is true?" she said gravely. hardship:: of my own position," he said. "I

I! ;'1 3 :,,,"'," resolution. The polite old man took his the carriage window, and away you went at names. Orilv.. trap true" "H_" owe it to you to speak without reference tu
and the left the hall to her a gallop to catch your train. In all theyearsthat Ernest made last effort.
i tn ;seat: lady join a She led him to a seat beside her, and I the future that may be in store for rue. oman

t 11 ...... friend.' have passed I have kept that card, and I He applied for help to two mercantile men waited to speak again' until her maid had can be worthy of the sacrifice which

f t.t S a $ have vainly inquired for my br.lea cap- whom he had assisted: in their difficulties, brought in the tea. of i&
;,1tj Well. Mrs. Callendar, has Mr. Lismoredisappointed tain. Yesterday I saw your name on the list and whose names would have satisfied the Have read your generous forgetfulness
you my the same willing to make. 'I : I admire
respect you
: f- : you? of speakers at the Mansion House. Need I money-lender.
r They were most sincerely friendly spirit in which I "
wrote it ? she I thank with whole heart.
Far from it.' But I have heard a "'that I attended the ? Need you ; you my
t- : report say meeting I- tell sorry-but they too rcfu ed. asked when they were alone again. Leave me to fate Mrs. Callendar. and let
about him which:: has alarmed me. He is now why I corns here and my ,
,. you interrupt you I The one security that he could offer was I have read your letter gratefully, but--" me "

.;: t.fatr' ,' ':<.-. ,, "' said to be seriously l trouble about money in business hours?'* open, it must b3 owned, to serious objections But you.don't know yet what I have to He go.rose. She stopped him with gesture.



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THE FLORIDA 7rruunp : AfATr oo 1884. !

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"A young woman," she answered, wouldshrink made was that they should hire furnished -

from saying what I, as an old woman, apartments.. If they lived at a.hotel friendsof I I you return from the- gallery to-day, I expect I that :she-will. choose well and'wisely-that ';
now. I refuse to l leave to the that you will not return alone.:' she will make I THE SUN, i ,C, *; '
mean to say you husband or the wife (vjsitors like a the happiness of a man who Published! daily Sunda : :: ;
fah' I ask von to prove Unit you rc- themselves to the : is worthy of her-and that except .
your famous city) might see Three hours later he was 'at. home as wife and -", ,
;Ipcct admire<< me, and thank me with ,their again. mother she will
me, names in the set
book The an of
l or meet them at young lad.s.seryiCl'S. as a example inestimable i- THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE.. ---'
whole heart. Take one day to think the copyist were value in :'
your door. at his disposal; she had. returned the social sphere that sheoccupies. :. t.ft\
with .
and let the hear the result. You promise They were soon established in a house to look at the drawings. In proof of the heartfelt sincerity! Terms of Subscription by Mail variably-- .-..

me this?" large enough to provide them with every The sitting-room; was empty, when they I with which I pay my tribute to her virtues, Cash in advance-Postage Free:

He pronti-c(1. accommodation( which add to this my will the clause that
they required.Ernest's entered it. lIe his.wife's foJ-
.. said. ; rang maid, and lows."
Now t go, blic; t.,. days were passed in the galleries, was informed that Mrs. Lismore had One Year...........$0.00 One )Ionth.....[ Ct?_

VII. Mrs. Lismore remaining at home, devoted to out. Refusing to believe the gone With the clause: that followed Ernest wasilready Six: :Months......- 3.00 I Three Weeks..38 Cts.

her music, until it was time to went to his woman, he acquainted. Four Months.... 2.00 Two Wceks..25 Cts.. .
out with wife's I
The next morning Ernest received a letter go apartments. She was not Three Months.... 1.50 One Week.
her "Will .....13 Cts..
husband you now believe
for that I
from )Irs. Callendar. She wrote to him as a drive. Living together to be found. never loved Two Months..... 1.00 I

follows : in perfect amity and concord, they were When he returned to the sitting-room the his till I wife.saw your"I face for the first time?'* said SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 CtJ.J::
nevertheless not living happily. Without young lady no experience to place
considerations which was not
There arc some I IanJ' unnaturally offended
......, ..
me on
visi we reason [Tn 1 my guard against the
ought to have mentioned yesterday: evening, for the change, .Mrs. LisnlOre's JLJ.C i-uum IIIUKB uiiimaiicea for her DClllg a ..._ _u fascination THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SITN.
spirits were depressed. On the little out of un uiuuiiess some people iiugui call it- ,
before you left Ill)' house. oc- temper at the slight that had
casion when Ernest noticed it she made been put on her- but possesses a woman when all her hearts
an he
I ought; to have reminded 'ou-if you ; was inexpressibly A Newspaper Giving a Week's Events
given in
effort to be cheerful, which it distressed disconcerted to a man. Don't despise
consent to reconsider YOllrel'cision-tlhlt the him by the manner-almost the dear. me, my Compact Shape.
to see. He allowed her to think coarse Remember that I had to save
circiimxtam-es do not require you to pledge that she manner-in which she expressed her- you --
yourself to me absolutely.At had relieved him of any further anxiety. self. disgrace and ruin. Besides, myoIdstage $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00

my age I can with perfect proprietyassure Whatever doubts he might feel were doubts I have been talking to your wife's maid remembrances tempted me. I had.

delicately concealed from that forth. while you have been acted in a play in which the heroine did TERMS-
you that I regard our marriage simply away, she said. "I Invariably Cash in Advance-
and solely. I a formality which we must fulfill But when two people are I living together find you have married an old ]lady for her I have done. It didn't end with Incas States Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United
it did and
in a state of with her in the Canada.
out tranquillity it seems to money. She is jealous of story. She was
if IIn to carry my intention of .. me, cf course? .- ,
be a law nature that the elements Let represented as rejoicing in the success of her
and ruin. of disturbance me beg you to alter ONE
Banding\ you ? your opinion i disguise. I have DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTIISJ.
gather unseen and he answered. known some miserable .
that the outburst You
Therefore, if the missing ship appears in wronging my wife ; hours of doubt
time the only reason for the'm marriage at comes inevitably with the lapse of she is incapable of any such feeling as you shame since our mar- 1884. Premium Copies
time. I riage.; When 1 went to 1851.
meet in -
an end. We shall! be as good friends as ever, attribute to her.: : you my to Getters Up of Clubs

without/ the incumbram-e of a formal tie to In ten days from the date of their arrival The young lady laughed! "At any rate, own person at the picture gallery-olr, whatrelief For the<< "Baltimore Weekly Sun.:*,

hind us. at .:Munich the crisis came. Ernest: returned you are a good husband," .she said. Sup .. what joy I felt when I saw how you

In the other event, I should ask you to later than usual from the picture gallery, pose you own the truth ? Wouldn't cdmired me !-it was not because I could no Five .$ 5.00

Mihinit restrictions and-for the first time' in his wife's experience like her better if she was you longer carry on the disguise. I was able to With an extra Copy: of the Weekly .
to certain
which and Sun
remeinberinjr young pretty 1 one
shut '' get ]hours of rest from the effort year. _
in his like ? not
up own room. me only at .
my position, you will understand TEN COPIES
He appeared at the dinner lIe night, but in the daytime, when 10.00'
hour I shut
with was
and excuse. a was not merely surprised ; he was dis- With an extra copy of the Weekly ,

.. We are to live together, it is unnecessaryto I. futile excuse. Mrs. Li more waited until gu ted. Her beauty had so completely f fascinated up in my retirement in the music-room, Sun one year, and one copy of the
the servant had and when my maid kept watch Daily Sun three months.
withdrawn. "Now Ernest him when against dis-
say, as mother and son. The marriage he first saw her that the

ceremony is to be strictly private, and you she said, "it's time to tell me the truth." idea of associating any want of refinementand covery. No; my love! I hurried on the disclosure FIFTEEN With an extra .of the 15.00

Her manner when she said good because I could no longer endure the copy Weekly]
to affairs those few breeding with such Sun
arc 'o arrange your that immediately a charming hateful one year, and one copy of the
afterward we leave England for .words took him by surprise. She was 'unquestionably creature never entered his mind. The disenchantment triumph of my own deception. Ah, Daily Sun nine months.
foreign place which you prefer. Some of confused; and, instead of looking of him was already: so com- look at that witness" against me! I can't bear THIRTY With COPIES CO.OO-.
an extra
01friends and at him, she trifled with the fruit on her plete that he was even to see it copy of the Weekly
perhaps, some of your. disagreeably affected She Sun and one copy of the Daily Sun
plate. Embarrassed on his side he could by the tone of her abruptly left him. The drawer that
friends; will certainly misinterpret our motives I voice ; it was almost as one )ear. ,
she had
if we stay in our own country, in a only. answer, "I have nothing to tell." repellant to him as the exhibition of unrestrained opened to take out the copy of the ,' ,I a '

manner which would be unendurable to a Were there many visitors at the gal- had temper which she seemed will also contained the false: gray hair which Getters up of Clubs will find the ab'O.cterms I -* '
I -
woman like me."As lery?" she asked. careless to conceal. perfectly she had discarded. It had only that moment

About the attracted her notice. She snatched it the most liberal that can be offered bra '
"I -
same as "
to our future lives, I have the most you surprise me, he said. and up .

perfect confidence in you, and I should "Any that you particularly noticed ?" she I The reply produced no effect on her. On turned to the fireplace.

went mi. "I nipjiii the the contran', she ... .. Ernest took it from her before she could First-Class Family Journal.
Indies. 11I"
leave yon in the same position or independence jiinnn-r "' ----> -.,-'_"n...{> ...v.------i----", IU"UIti1L lIHln
which He laughed uneasily. "You forget how ever. destroy it. "Give it to me," he said.
you occupy now. When
wish Air you interested I am in the pictures," he said. "I have a fertile "Why ?" SINGLE COPIES by mail.... ............3 Cts. '
my company you will always be fancy, she went on, He > .\
it Iconie. At other times you are your own There was a pause. She looked up at and your absurd way of taking joke only drew her gently to his bosom, and! answered :

him-and ]looked : "I must not forget old wife.:'- The safest method of transmitting ism onec- _
suddenly my
master. I live on my side of the house and away again. But encourages me. Suppose you could trans-

you live on yours, and I am to be allowed he saw it plainly : there were tears in her form this sour old wife of yours, who has Wilkle Collins in liclgeavia. by mail i is by check, draft

Mir hours of solitude every day, in the pursuit eyes. insulted me, into the sweetest young creature or postoffice"money

of musical occupations, which have Do you mind turning down the gas?" that ever lived by only holding up your The attention of our readers is respectfully order. -

been happily associated with all she said. My eyes have been weak all finger-wouldn't yon do it?'' called to the advertisement in another -

life, and which I trust confidently my to your past day. This passed the limits of his endurance. column, of D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit Mich., Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers.

indulgence He complied with her request-the more "I have no wish," he said, "to the celebrated seedsmen. They do the SUN

readily __....!.L ___0' forget the largest business in their line in the United IRON BUILDING,
"A last word having his own reasons for
remind you of what you being Wlileh is uue to a woman i ", Baltimore. IiL
may be too kind to think of yourself glad to escape the glaring scrutiny of the have but one alternative ; I must leave the atates: ; raise me bulk ot their seed on their

"At light room." own farm:, by the most approved methods, All Whom it
my age you cannot, in the course May ConcernWILL

nature, be troubled by the society of a grateful Of- "I think I will rest a little on the sofa," She ran to the door as he spoke, and placed and have obtained a world-wide reputationfor HEREBY TAKE NOTICED

old woman for many years. You are she resumed. In the position which he oc- herself in the way of his going out. the quality and variety of the seed they I, P. L. MURPHY, Administrator -

young enough to look forward to another cupieclhisbackwouldhavebeennowturned He signed to her to let him put upon the market, and their integrity in of the estate of Patrick Murphy deceased -

marriage, which shall be something more on her. She stopped him when he tried to She suddenly threw her arms pass.round his filling all orders entrusted to them. Their of the,Circuit will make Court application, Fourth Judicial to the Circuitof Jmlgc-

than a mere form. Even if you meet with move his chair. "I would rather not look neck, kissed him passionately, and whis- beautiful Seed Annual for 1SS4, scent free to Florida, at Chambers, in chancery sitting....

the happy woman in my lifetime, honestly at you, Ernest," she said, "when you have pered, with her lips at his ear, "Oh, Ernest all who apply for it, will be found of practi- in the City of Jacksonville, Florida, in said
lost] confidence in call value to all who desire to purchase seeds Circuit, on the 26th day of February, A. D.
tell forgive
me of it-and I promise to tell her that me. me Could I have asked you to true 1884, for a decree authorizing and
to empowering -
she has only to wait."Intimemeantime. Not the words, but the tone, touched all marry me for my money if I had not taken name. me, as Administrator aforesaid to sell

don't think because I that was generous and noble in his nature. refuge in a disguise?" MIGHTY for distribution, and dispose of, the following-;
He left his INTERESTING READING. -From described lands and real estate situated and.
write composedly that I place and knelt beside her-and ,
write heartlessly. the 1st of January 1884 being in the counties of Alachua '
You opened to her his whole to the 1st of Jan- and Levy, : '
pleased and interested me when heart. xir. in said State and in
I first nary, iono: we are to nave an interesting the Fifth Judicial Circuit -
saw you at the When he had sufficiently recovered of Florida, and the
public meeting. I don't to succession of beyond limits 01 tne- ,
think could proposed what call x. think he put her backfrom him.At Is there stirring events of which every Fourth Judicial, within which letters of administration ,

you this Am I not an end of the one will wish to hear. Two military cam- were granted on said estate, '",-
sacrifice of myself to u man who had unworthy of 'ou1" he asked], deception now ? Am I to trust which lands described
are follows
personally paigns are at present in progress-that of El as :-
repelled me-though I when it was over. you in yonr new character?" In the town of Archer in the
might have Mahdi in the Soudan and of the French county o
felt my debt of gratitude as sincerely as She pressed his hand in silence. "You are not to be harder on me than I Alachua, said State-Lots one and two ((11:

Whether your ship is saved ever. '. I should be the most ungrateful wretch deserve she answered gently. "Did Tonquin! -both of which are approachingthe and 2)) in Block No. 17, and Lots 7, 8,and 0*
or whether your you : critical point. The (seven eight and nine in
next session of Par- ) Block No. 23- :
ship is lost old :Mary Callendar likes living, he said, "if I did not think of you, ever hear of an actress named :Miss Max ?" ( twenty-three
you- liament is to be marked, acording to the ), according to the map or
and owns it without false shame. and you only, now that my confession ]is He began to understand her. "Forgive announced plan of said town of Archer ; and in the

Let me have your answer this made. We will leave Munich to-morrow me if I spoke harshly.I You have put me purpose of:Mr. Parnell, by a bitter town of Waldo, in said county of Alaclma-

cither personally or by letter evening, and, if resolution can help me, I will only to a severe trial.:' I struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel Lots Nos. 9 and 10 (nine and ten) in Block '
-whichever their English and Scotch colleagues to con- 1'0.22 (twenty-two)), according to the map-
remember She
you like best. the sweetest woman my eyes ever burst into tears. Love," she murmured cede to Ireland some of or plan of said town of Waldo; and in the I
measure homerule.In
looked on as the creature of a dream." "is my only excuse." county of Levy, said State-the N.E. J, and
vur. default of this, Mr. Parnell promises to the N.'E.: i of the N.W.
She hid her face on his breast and From that moment she had i Section 35 (thirt--- .
reminded won her
Mrs. Callendar received a written him of don. He took par- employ his following to so obstruct the five) Township 12 (twelve) S., R. 14 (four
answer letter her
of hand
long before the her writing, and made her sit transaction of parliamentary business teen) East, 200,acres; according to the stat-
evening. .It to
said much in which had decided the course of their lives by him. as ute in such cases provided.P. .

few...,words.. h.___ When I thought you might meet that "Yes," he said, "I have heard of Miss render the presence of Irish members at St.Stephen's .. L MURPHY,
'\ mail jiupeiieirauiu uu kindness Max and intolerable. This programme insures Administrator of Estate of Patrick Murphy..
miglll happy woman of her
in my lifetime, I said to wonderful
! be you : powers deceased.
able to per- a succession of 30d
I your letter. I am not that 'Tell me of it.-and I promise to tell her that sonation, and I have always regretted exciting scenes in Par- -
man Your liament.. The reform
great heart has conquered me.' she is only to wait.: Time having seen her new bill which Mr.
must pass, Ernest, she was on the stage." Gladstone Administratrix Sale.ALL .
proposes to carry during the
before it can be needful to perform Did you hear anything more of her Er- ses- WHOM IT MAY
IX. my sion of 1884, will also! doubtless excite CONCERN, TAKE
The weeks passed, and no promise. But you might let me see her. nest? that on the ninth day of April,
was interest
received general in the United
of the missing If you find her in the gallery to-morrow Yes, I heard that she was a States, as: well A. I.1SS t. I, as administratrix of the estate
ship. With you pattern of
mar- as throughout the British Thomas deceased
Philip will
empire. Vastly apply to the--
riage might bring her here. modesty and
license in Ernest's possession, they good conduct, and that she more interesting to American readers will be County Court in and for the County of Nassau -

Waited until the day before the shipowner's Mrs. Lismore's request met with no refusal gave up her profession at the height of her the discussion to take place at Washington at Fernandina. Fla., for authority to-

'liabilities became due. Mrs. Calendar's Ernest was only at a loss to know how to success to marry an old man:" within the next few months over our own sell all the rights, title and interest of Eva.A. .

reform bill. The Thomas Louisa B. Thomas, Eliza ,,-.
lawyer and Mrs. grant it."You. "Will you come with me to Republican members of
maid were the my room? the present Congress are opposed to tariff Thomas: ,Elizabeth N.Thomas and Francis M.r
"aly per:-ons trusted with their secret. Leav- tell me she is a copyist of pictures," she asked. -1 have something there which reform. The Democrats, it is said Thomas, the minor heirs of Philip Thomas,

. iug. t\1\ (> ,,,1'nl'_,__'- his wife reminded him." I wish to show :' '' are deceased, in the described
J --- "'1:' tICCK 111 charge Vl the business, . She will be inlercsieu TL ., you_ divided the majority of them favoring the following lands
all that
with every pecuniary demand on his em- III nearing 01 the portfolio 01 dra wings -iivus me copy 01 ner nusoanu's will.u _minority___ ___ opposing'n u ." ..it. Which. -. _.will_ __ get the on being__ _A_nlpli1 _T"l1'1fl_._tract.. .in.or. ",.,parcel,;,1 {"nnnt.of land. nf' situated,..,n 'un",,
IwoyerwtNOed by the Read the lines upper iiiiiiu Y \\ 111 tile JIlIHaritl"; Democrats H Un" .n. 'Vv..J '.II u,
in full the great. French artists which I Ernest which begin at and
I strangely married cooperate with the Republicans to maintain Florida better known on the public platsof
, pair quitted England. bought for you in Paris. Ask her to come the top of the page. Let my dead husband the present absurd law ? Or will the Democrats said county as the northern one-third or

They arranged to wait a few days in Paris and see them, and to tell you if she can speak for me*' act together, and send a reform tariff the Samuel Harrison grant, or section

tu receive any letters of make some copies. And say, if you like The lines ran thus : bill to the Senate, which the Senate will decline i twenty ((20)), in township two ((2)), north of
"''ttlit importance which to pass? Every step of the struggle range twenty-eight ((28)) east, containing one-
have I shall be to "My motive in
glad become
been addressed acquainted marrying Miss Max hundred and fifty ]less.
to Ernest in the must in the Capitol at Washington! will be watched acres more or

"terval. On the evening of their arrival a with her." be stated in this place, in justice to her, and, with lively I concern all over the country, LOUISA E. THOMAS,

wesnua from London was He felt her breath healing fast on his I will venture to add, in justice to myself. I and by the time Congress adjourns the public Administratrix: of Estate of Philip Thomas..
waiting at their
ltjtc-! It announced that the ; bosom. In the fear that she might lose all felt the sincerest sympathy for her position. I Presidential mind will be ripe for the opening of a Fernandina Fla., March 8,1884.Administratrix .
had missing ship campaign which it is safe
a 1 pa-il'd: !! up the channel-undiscovered in control over herself he tried to relieve her by She was without father, mother or friends ; say, will exceed in warmth any of its prede- Sale.ALL .

fog. until she speaking lightly. What one of the poor, forsaken cessors since 1800. The I
reached the Downs--on the an invention children whom the meeting of the WHOM IT )IA CONCERN TAKE

day. before Ernest's liabilities fell due. yours is !1"! he said. "If my wife ever tries mercy of the Foundling; Hospital provides Maryland Legislature Annapolis on the tlce :

H o you regret it?" Mrs. Lismore to deceive me i shall be a mere child in her I with a home. Her after life on thestage 2d Baltimore of January, and the reassembling of the That on the 9th day of April. A. D., 1884,
was Council
said City later
to in
Ilt'f hU"bmd. the life of the same I will, as Administratrix of the estate of
.. : a virtuous woman ; persecuted by month, will prove also events of engrossing John D. Jones, deceased, apply to the Commai i

.;Not for a moment 1" he answered. She rose abruptly from the sofa, kissed profligates ; insulted by some of the baser interest. But supposing the existence of a ty Court in and for said county, at Fernan-

f i1cy decided on :pursuing their him on the forehead, and said wildly I creatures associated with her, to whom she citizen concerned about none of these things, dina for authority to sell the interest of the-
.i" !1'tr: journey still he will need to read The Sun for news following minors. heirs of John
a ls was D. Jones .
shall be an
Munich. better in bed. Before object of I offered
lr he could. envy. her a home of the thousand and one other events of deceased that is Minnie S. Jones. Sallie V.

;' ; Li-lnore's taste for music was matched move or speak, she had left him. and the protection of a father=on the only interest that go so far to make up the cur- Jones. Mary J. Jones, Agnes S. Jones,.

'Y Ernt'-t's' : taste for painting. terms which the world would recognize as rent history of the world. The period is Rosa L. Jones, in the following real estate, .
lire hours his leis-I XI. one of rapid movement, and the citizen who situated
he cultivated worthy of us. :My experience of her and being in said County of Nassau,
1:1: it. The theart and delighted The next morning he knocked at the door our since does not take a paper is sure to be left be- Florida : the S E i of the S W i of section
marriage has
alumust\ t the picture galleries in Munich were of his wife's room, and asked how she had been the experience of unvarying hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora 1C, township ((3)) three, north of range 23

he only galleries in Europe which the goodness, sweetness and sound paper, now is the time, before the actors east, and the S W i of the N W i of section

hall not seen. True to passed night. sense. She has (behaved so nobly in on the world's stage during the year 188. (20) twenty, township ((3)) three, north, -
I"?" the engagements I have slept ] she a trying have taken their places and begun to
which she had badly, answered, and position, that I wish play range 23, east in all eighty acres; also a
\\ pledged herself,. his wife I must beg you to excuse absence her (even in this their parts. When it becomes a question of tract of land known and described as the
.as at life
wlllmg my to
hllll to go Wherever it might ) have her reward.: I entreat her to securing a reliable newspaper which will McMurrin grant. i!
please breakfast time.
to take She called him back as he make contain all the
her. The onlsU''cstion a second choice in_ marriage, which news, succinctly expressedand SYLVANIA W. JONES,
she was about'to withdraw Remem er, when shall not be a mere'form/:' I firm fairly reported! the proper course to Administratrix of theEst. of John D.Jont'S_' 1

believe pursue is plain : take The Sun. Fernandina, Fla., March 4, 1884.. ;

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: i '' FLORIDA MIRROR : MARCH 22 1884. !
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d... -. THE[ FI LOn.LDA'\- '7 ''' J.1.0: H. ,.I' DRUNKENNESS- A' OII.llR' 1 AN IMPORTANT DECISION AS TO filing of the map of 181j(). ,I I. comr: on their r,tl1rnan'tIl'r. season. 'fl IC

A correspondent. of the Ocala Banner, : RAILROAD) LANDS. i H. The relinquishments: come within theprovisious'of ,1 Ileen has a picked English crl'W
i the act of June 2J: l kt. ami l' wish,
i '
'i, .1 GEORGE. R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. whose letter we find in the *Fernandina Some reference has been made here- the Company is therefore entitled to lands: her success__in_ the coming race. rA .
if MIRROR advocates the of a law for 1 iu lieu of those in the --- -
:' Subscription, 82 per year; six months, 81. passage tofore in the newspaper press of the "fmtnd: possession of ac- I '--
-Z the punishment of drunkenness. He says : | tUllettlCl'S" the time of re1inqui-hml'"t. New Steamship Line

Office r corner Centre and First streets,second floor. "Make drunkenness a crime, as it is the interior to 'the...land. grant to the ,Atlantic II. M. TELLER. Secy. I II _
I RATES OF ADVERTISING. parent of so many, then will temperance ) Gulf & West India Railroad It must be admitted in view of these I I I ORANGIa.FR03t DIRECT FLORIDA TO LIVERPOOL.TO BE SHORTLY SEYr

Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for ,flourish in'our land and every other virtue Company, known more .recently as the facts that the railroad company has Our party has spent three months

'" 71 each subsequent'insertlon. As the writer has probably ,seen a good Transit_Company.A pursued a very liberal course toward Florida, and are delighted with it," said thi
Special local notices, 15 cents a linens many people drunk in .''orida'and never Earl of Huntingdon to a Telegram reporter
_M. Heading notices,.?S cents a line. t known a casein, which the drunkard was point was'raised as to the positionof the settlers in allowing the best por- at" the Metropolitan Hotel this mornin.

". I Special at the rate office for time, advertisements upon application' punished, criminally I he very naturally) parties who had entered lands tion of their lands to be selected by came Lord over Hastings on purpose Mr Edward to examine Jordan that and State a!

t MM supposes we have no law making drunkenness within, the limits of lands granted for them, and receiving only such lands as and to find out for ourselves its real merits
; j Communications upon all matters of local inter- criminal 'offense. He is mistaken, and advantages.Ve have investigated
\ a it to
-i cst solicited from all parts of the county and from however, as is the editor of the MIRROR, who the construction of the railroad, after' were now open to selection in lieu. no small extent, and in my opinion there is

., 1 ,along the lines of Florida railways. ** An effective mode of preventing the grant was made, but before. the no country more likely to develop rapidly)
f All communications Intended for publication says: than Florida. I am chairman of the Land
,!; should be addressed to the Editor; all business drunkenness would be to treat it as a crime, actual construction, of the railroad, and THE INDIAN HOSTILITY CLAIM. and Mortgage Company of Florida, which

: iletters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY and enforce the penalties of tine and imprisonment. some intemperate and unjust criticismhas We had hoped to see some action in acresincludingpart owns considerably of more the Sir than Edward a million Reed's

." been indulged in towards the Congress upon the bill to reimbursethe purchase, and we have been choosing land
: JIARCII 21. 1884. We commend to the attention of these when down in Florida
... t. lately. The other
"... State for the expenditures made in
gentlemen the following clause in our crimi- grantees.It land companies and railroads are acting in

\: .: OUR GREAT TRUNK ,,LINES. nal code, taken from the crime's act of .was held by the Supreme 1857 in repressing Indian hostilities.The concert for the development of the State! for
of course our interests are i identical.
'! i t The recent consolidation of the August G, 1868: "Whoever is guilty of Court of the United States in the case :Military Committee of the Senate railroad from Tampa to Fernandinu, which The

} i t Transit Railroad and its branches with drunkenness by the voluntary use of intoxicating of Harrison 21 Wal- have reported that the claim was a opens up a large and rich extent of country,
'l Schulenberg vs. ,
was opened a few weeks and before
the first offensebe ago the
shall for
.:.", ; -the Florida Central and its branches liquor, lace 44, that.the.act. of Congress of just one and should be'paid, principaland next oranges are ripe there will be stFernandina \:
punished by a fine not exceeding $5, and
I -embraces about 450 miles of railroad ) interest and then inconsist- running regularly between and I
,. for any like offense committed after the May 17, 1856, imposed a present grant very New York and .also between Fernandinaand

:: : mon" operation, and extensions first conviction by a fine not exceeding $10, to the extent bf passing over to the ently proposed to settle the 'claim by Liverpool. The harbor at Fernandina:

r : .; :;' uouthwara'D"w building will add 160 or by imprisonment in the county jail not State the legal title to the odd sections paying the difference only in the face is will a become remarkably the port good of one Florida., and"that place

miles more, when the consolidated exceeding three months" And by another ,designated. Uritl&r{ this decision the amount of the State claim and the We clip the above from the :New York
clause of the same act it is declared that
system now formed under the name of bonds of the State held by the Indian Telegram of the 14th.
I common drunkards may upon convictionbe United States land offices were held to

.J .the Florida Railway and Navigation committed for a term not exceeding six have acted erroneously in allowing trust fund. The State claim as reported may From look all for the substantial indications improvement now in :sight and we

}i Company' will embrace over six months to the county jail." by the Secretary of War is
homesteads to be taken on lands en- rapid development in the commercial facilities !

1 t, hundred miles of railway in Florida. Each of these laws isquiteas much a dead tered within ,the-six. mile limits. $228,000, and is entitled to draw interest afforded to Florida through our port.

*IEhe location of the lines of this letter as that denouncing punishment for ; Whatever local preferences
r ; system from 1857. or prejudices
On the 1st of 1876 the di-
and with little less April '
carrying arms secretly a ,
; exist the fact remains that
the best for the anything which
of road is
possible for the The Indian trust fund holds bondsof
'. excuse for the officers of justice, rectors of the Atlantic, Gulf & West can now be done or projected for
any present -
r traffic of Florida., :A glance at the latter crime, by its very terms, indicatessome India Railroad unanimously adoptedthe the State issued about 1857 for purpose or development must be done

map will show a*line beginning at difficulty of detection ; examples of the following resolution : $136,000, drawing interest. from date. through the advantages now alone existingat

: l' Fernandina: on the Atlantic, the route other two are public- and notorious. The committee a dicker which this port for steamship line
., Will not the editor of the MIRROR, who Resolved, That, this company hereby propose Florida afford
cannot to await the
i ; J I passing? southwesterly to Waldo, a distance believes so strongly in the effectiveness of waives all claim to so. much of, the lands. on will deprive the State of interest on experiments. She needs resultsof

.: : of 84 miles, which is situated the punishment of drunkenness, criminally, I each side of their lines of road between $92,000 fora period of 27 years; rapid and frequent steamship immediately service to be a

about the center of the peninsula. as a means of prevention, call on the author- Waldo and Tampa Bay, to which this com-' amounting to about $1 0,000. inaugurated at once from this port. The

t ities in Nassau county to enforce these lawsin pany is entitled bv_ I law, as may be found by
From this point the westerly branch I. If the United States are indebted to English capitalists who have been lookingat
and about Fernandina? the General Land Office Washington to be

of the road continues in the same direction But if he who is guilty of the act of drunkenness occupied by settler:: who may be entitled to the State at all they owe the whole Florida from a purely business stand-
point.it will be this ,.
seen.recognize necessity(
striking the Gulf of :Mexico at is punished, should he who for gain equitable relief up to Deceember 13, 1875, sum, principal and interest. Let them
.Cedar Key 71 miles from Waldo, furnishes the liquor go free? We ask the saving and reserving to this company any pay what they owe in full, and the List of Letters J
question we are not prepared to answer it. and all rights of indemnity vested in the
; - pay
i is. under laws.
Fernandina existing
Perhaps our contemporary company
lines to all of the Nassau county Florida,March 2'1, 1S84.
steamship points Economist. matter be settled like other busi-
reply. -
so, we pause a This liberal action of the companywas any Persons calling for these letters must say
ulf coast and Havana. The main transaction between two solvent
THE that ness
MIRROR would
1 on advertised
say followed on the 25th of June, :
.; line of the road leaving Waldo runs parties.We Artis Mary Moody, Hanned
general principles there is a very great 1881 by the following further waiver : ,
k due north in the direction of Andrews, Helen Max will,James
i nearly Senators and
: difference between the sale of an article In due consideration of all the circumstances hope our Repre- Bell, Orzon Marsh, J C

tlTampa and. Charlotte Harbor. The which may produce mischief and the company has decided to extend sentatives will urge and secure the Baker, Miss Alice Morris, J J
CuldiaIiss Louisa Nelson Miss Rebecca
road is now in operation to Wildwood, the willful commission of the mischief the relinquishment or waiver heretofore full measure of justice to which the Coachman, Miss Dora Parker G S

.... : 85 miles south Waldo. From Wildwood who sells made to all actual bona fide settlers; who State is entitled. Cooper, Miss Paison Uogers"iIIiam
itself. The druggist dangerous made improvements prior to the 16th day of Charles, M L Vida, Miss Hannah
Charlotte Harbor the eventual --------- ----
; to drugs is not to be placed in the March 1881. upon which day instructionswere Dutton. Miss Poertha Stuart, A C
; AN IMMENSE NEWSPAPER. Delaney,James SCOtt, Collins
of the road is 132 miles in
;, terminus who issued to the lo.calland offices, with-
category with the person uses The Philadelphia Daily Times of Dama Thomas Smith, George
!) an air line. Charlotte Harbor is that drawing all such lauds, from entry. Frank, David Smith. )Malinda
them improperly.Ve as the 13th inst. contains 168 columns of
Fendly. Stephen Sic, Miss Cilia
It will be therefore that the
; the eventual southern seen
I', Hooked to as a part of a system of repression of the printed matter covering 24 The Flood, Isaac S Tions, Mrs Rachel
''f terminus of the road as being the most Transit Company waived their rights pages. Glenn, C II Treiy, E J
use of intoxicating liquors drunkenness length of the columns if placed lengthwise Hunter, Wallace Walker, :Mrs: Samuel
harbor in the direction under these two resolutions in favor of
Tsou'tlierly ship Hollins, Miss Peggy 2 Wright Henry
should be treated crime.
as a in would be 336 feet the
4l! of Cuba and the West India Islands. all actual bona fide settlers. galleys ; Hutchinson George White. W
l We also think that stringent restric- printed surface of the would Harris, J II Weidner, 0 A
Harbor West All they asked was an indemnity in paper Wideman Dr
t From Charlotte to Key Hedstrong, Brigitta A T
tions and should be placedon
... penalties feet. This numberwas
cover 85J square Hanley, W P Williams, Amelia
:1 ;ls about 175 miles, and Key West to the sale of liquors, prohibiting the other lands for those so surrendered.This issued number Johnson. Miss Miran Williams Sic

!: Havana 90) miles thus bringing the claim for indemnity has been recently as an anniversary Knoylock. John Williams. Hettie
:11 sale to minors::, to intoxicated men, it being the 9th) anniversary of the Muddia, Miss Cleam Wright, John

terminus at Charlotte Harbor within habitual drunkards, etc., and that the formally passed upon by the Whitman Mrs A C Young, Lewix:

.24 hours run of Havana. Connection Secretary of the Interior, and we ob- establishment of the paper. Young, Miss Carrie Zetterwoven J W.
: seller should be liable for
damageor .
1 any ::;..ut'.T. RIDDELL. I' .V
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; made with which tain from Brainard's Legal Precedents,
rsvilkalso be Tampa, injury resulting from such sales. Our Distinguished Visitors.

'lies about 20 miles west of a direct The State license to a valuable monthly. publication issuedin To the Editor of the Mirror: Post-Office Notice.
having given a .
Hours From
8:00 to 6.00 1t
Office A. M. : P.
I :1! line south. Charlotte Harbor lies sell, cannot consistently make the Washington, .5.the following syllabusof Among the many and various types of Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30. M.

Fernandina the decision -' < the vessels that have entered our waters this Money Orders and Registered Letters from
,1 .<)nly 300 miles south of ; Etc?gnizing right
,. mere act of selling a crime. are season none are more justly celebrated than 8:00: A. M. to 1:00 P. 3I.; and from 2:00: P. M
:' bund can be reached in 12 hours after has directed of the railroad' :comPanY to such in- to 3:30 r. M.ARRIVAL. I
4' glad our contemporary Mr. Gould's Atalanta 3tr.ArthurPaddle-

F! : itjwroad. is completed to that point. attention to the statute, and we call demnity.ATLANTIC. ford's yacht Ileen. That these vessels could AND DEPARTURE Of THE MAILS.

N From Wildwood there is projected GULF AND WEST INDIA TRANSIT find ready entrance to our harbor demonstrates Transit it: Peninsular Railroad
I' the attention of good citizens and pub- Arrives daily except Sunday....... 3:37: P. 3t.

:. ': ,an easterly branch to Indian River, on COMPANY. the importance of providing the ac- Closes.......................................10:00: A.M.
: lic officers to the necessity of enforcingthis The grant to this road was made by the commodations and inducements requisite to
'.' :}1 ", the Atlantic coast, a distance of aboutr"S5 act of May 17;, 1850. and the lands were with- Feinandlna & Jacksonville Railroad-
statute.It make our port attractive to this 'class of Jacksonville and St. John's River
drawn September 6, 18.3G, but six days after- 1
; ,1 miles only, of which 12 miles to is violated every Saturday even- wards the order of withdrawal was modified visitors. St. Augustine and Jacksonvillehave mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:0(0: ( \. )(.
Closes Northern )1.
( mail also.10:00 A.
in so as to allow pre-emptions until the line each furnished their club house ,
; Leesburg is already operation. By ex-
We do believein
in streets. not
; : ing our of the road was definitely located. April 25, Sunday MailJacksonville -
,: ,' } this system of roads the Gulf of Mexico: denouncing the liquor dealer alone 1857, the local officers were instructed not to tending a generous welcome to strangers, and St.John's River

"' permit any: further entries. while our city has allowed their claims to its arrives....................................10:35) A. M.
: s ; Is reached at the three terminal points albeit we have never apologized for December 14, 1800, a map of location was hospitality to remain unrecognized. Is it Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 P. M.

;,; vof cedar Key, Tampa and Charlotte him. Let deal filed in the General Land Office by the Chief not time we by our action that we Jacksonville, St. John's River and
t s public opinion justly Engineer of the road, but was returned to prove the :North, closes....................... 6:00 A. M.
': and the Atlantic coast at In- desire and merit this class of ?
:liflarbor, patronage Jacksonville and St. John's River
with both classes.Is him on January 22. 1861, for the purpose of
i ; "tiian River, thus uniting the interests procuring the certificate of the Governor of Viewed from a business point, alone, sufficient only, closes............................. 4:00: P. )(.
dead letter be-
... the statute not a Florida that it was-filed by authority of the encouragement to move in this matter St. Mary's River

,.1 1 :. of all the peninsular portion of Florida cause those who desire to put down intemperance State; said map was afterwards lost. April I may be found in the fact that they becomeour St. Mary's and Crandall, arrives

'i in trunk line reaching from 3, 1876, a duplicate of this was filed, and it Monday and Thursday.............7:00 A. 11.
a great fail to do their duty? was rejected by tile Department on April 29, customers while honoring us with their Arrives Tuesday and Friday..........2:00 P. M. :
: : the lowest habitable region of the t, following. November 10, 1879, the Company presence. It is pleasant to know that the Closes Tuesday and Friday..........3:00 r )I.
.- and best ------ applied for a review of the action of the gentlemen referred to expressed their unqualified St.Mary's and DungenessWednesday ; -
State to its deepest sea port
-1 the which
Department rejecting map. appli- and Saturday, arrives..11:00: \. M.
of the natural
-q on the Atlantic at Fernandina. THE Economist has been enlarged to cation was granted January 23, 1881, and directions approval advantages Closes Wednesday and Saturday... 3:00: P. 31. ,
,., given to file the map and withdrawthe Fernandina offers yachtsmen and touristsfor
It St.Mary's only,Monday and Thursday
';" The_ westerly portion of the system I an eight-page paper. announces lands, and the withdrawal was accordingly a sojourn. We learn that Mr. Paddlefordhas arrives............................2:0: <> P. )(.
;i Covers a line of road from Jacksonvilleto that it will continue to be devoted made on March 16. 1881. In the left for :New York to put the Ileen in I Closes Mond..y and Thnrstlty..MIO: \.MSAML. .
meantime the Company relinquished its M r..
.' the Chattahoochee River, 200 miles, largely to the agricultural and busi- claim to the lands which had been entered trim for her race with the Ilildeyarde, owned T. RIDDELL.

: by settlers and in 1832 selected sections by :Mr.: Herman Oelrichs which is to take
where it connects with the Pensacola ness interests of the State, and especially even Wood, Wood.
,I;; in lieu thereof, under the act of June 22, place in June.
3 \. & Atlantic R. R. From Tallahassee a of the section of the State in which it 1874; and the questions here discussed are Having recently established a Wood-Yard
i j
Mr. Paddleford's be the
cutter-yacht regarded with all
t may near Duryee's mill, provided
whether the is entitled
or not Company : to
i ifJ ti l ;. branch: road connects with the Gulf of is published; that politically the editoris such indemnity, and it is Held: as a beautiful and perfect type, haying necessary machinery for sawing anti phtfJn2_

:jMexico at St. Marks an adherent of the principles of Mr. 1. That the map of 1860, as filed, taken in been built expressly for him in the best FIRE-WOOD,
t' Pensacola continuous line of Jefferson, and of Democracy of connection with actual surveys in the field, possible manner and without regard to cost, I am now prepared to furnish Oak Woo .
: From a was valid, and sufficient to fix and locate
"H and is prepared to enforce her claims against sawed to any lengths, for either stove or nrc-
i Liberty as taught by him. It will definitely the line of the road, and to bring .
"' connects with New Orleans place, at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J.
: home to this Department notice of such lo- all competitors. Those of us who had the

T y and thence westerly through Texas with advocate economy in the administration cation. pleasure of his acquaintance during his pro- A. ELLERMVNV
:. I .it; ;the Pacific coast and with :Mexico. federal, state, county, and muni- 2. filing That; of a that legislative map, withdrawal(Van Wyck followedthe vs. Kne- longed stay,will readily understand that he For Sale

i The advantage of such a system of cipal, fair elections and honest count- vals, 106 U. S., 360.) has courage to back his opinions. During a Or exchange, for Northern city property
; 3. That such results were not destroyedor visit to his beautiful vessel the night before a thirty-five acre truck farm, with two-story
:R i I' ''; -roads under one management is too ing of votes, strict and impartial en- annulled by the voluntary delivery of the she sailed, at which we were favored with a dwelling barn, etc. Beautifully situated on
forcement of laws without map by your office for the purpose of procurini the mainland, on Nassau river, within halfa
need mention. Our citizens to glimpse of the
i :obvious to respect thereto theGovernor's certificate. yachtmen's life on board, its mile of the Florida Transit & Peninsular

,L .can now load their fruit or other products race or color; and equal and exact 4. That the order of withdrawal, made in fascinations were more than ever apparent.The Railroad. Land all under cultivation.MRS. .
1856, and re-affirmed in 1837 because of its accommodations EMMA FLETCHER
.' .: .. in ventilated fruit cars and send justice to all men, will be among the prior modification, was existent? at the time termed superb her cabin may is properly fitted Fernandina, Fla., March 7, 1884.

' r them'in unbroken bulk to any point cardinal principles of the paper. of the withdrawal ordered upon filing.; the and contains; elegantly;
: duplicate map in 1831. up every desired comfort and For Rent.
:r :in the United States where they may 5. That in order to protect the settlers luxury. The dinner served will long be remembered The store on Second street now occupiedby :

choose: to forward them. From Fer- Russia has again advanced the idea who had in good faith made became entries and settlements for its rare excellence and the me and known as the "New York.
relinquishments: necessary bonhomie of the host. Store" with fixtures, etc. Desirable.IocationPossession
'. nandina they may; be. sent, to any part I international. interference with the because such entries were in violation of theexecutive Mr. Paddleford given. bv. the middle of April-
,: withdrawal of 1856-7, and of the was accompanied on h strip PAUL FrNICE.
of the world by sea. of explosives. legislative: withdrawal which followed the by his friends, whom we hope to wel- Fernandina,'Fla., March 1, 1854.'THE' .

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'- ,. THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MARCH 22, 1884. : >

: A B. 1 (YES.Successor, to W. A. SANBORX) Florida Lands. J & nn_ ::"'" -bD

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in



Corner of, Second and Centre Streets, near
Steamboat Landing, AND'.

Evans.Owner FERNANDINA Special and Agent rates for for, FLORIDA.Schooner Merchandise.Silas. 'in C.,. JTropicalFlorida: V T I SPRING AND SUMMER [,

large quantities. RAILROAD COMPANIES -
Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa-
best in the world. GOODS I




Ooolcscller, Stationer, M.A.RI. ON
POWDER ;, Lawns Cambrics Percales Prints White Goods.
Printer and Binder. '- ,
; .r ,,.
Absolutely Pure. School Books and Orange WrapsNOW : Laces and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Insertings-A ,. _

varies. A marvel A SPECIALITY. .FULL. LINE of the newest patterns.
POWDER never <",1 ]: ,' ,'.

More THIS economical purity,strength than and the wholesomeness.ordinary kinds, -- AT PRICES- 'FROM' '
and cannot be sold in competition with the Liberal discounts to Teachers and Our Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived, and for style
test short alum or
innltitudeof low weight
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free on $1.25 to $10 per Acre.All and quality cannot be surpassed.
33 106 Wall Street,New York. application. I Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties.

59 W. BAY STREET, JB@-We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New
these lands are ,in the central
PROCLAMATION.EXECUTIVE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.

peninsular portion of the State, and B Call and examine our stock and prices before sending off or purchasing -

OFFICE. } FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER! within fifteen miles of Railroads in elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York resident _
TALLAHASSEE, :FLA., March 17, 188-1. by our buyer. __
successful operation, traversing a territory -
Proclamation by the Governor. FOR SALE CHEAP: Je C aI': I ey-JJ: : :), .
which is being more rapidly
$200.00. AND SLABS, Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., : ,
EDGINGS 10 cents per load. settled and developed than. any other ..
ROUGH LUMBER part of the State." I[ f'tj;
Tit All Whom These Presents May anne, I i --
From $.3 to Sir per M ft., :
The the and
Greeting: fertility of soil' accessibility -
according to quality.
WHEREAS, It has come to my knowledgethat
Sam Bryant and Win. Bryant are under DRESSED LUMBER, to the largest :and best markets --- ------
for murder in Nassau $12 to$20 per M. feet.
indictment County,
make these lands desira-
Florida; Orders by Telephone promptly attended to. !

Sow, TlIEBEFOEE I, WILLIAM. C. DURYEE, ble for the cultivation of fruits and _
Governor of the State of Florida, by virtueof Steam Saw and Planing Mill. early vegetables for shipment. For FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.

the power and authority vested in me by Office foot Centre Street. 8 .
the Constitution and laws of said State, do large and immediate profits there is

hereby offer a reward of COTTAGE, no industry in Florida equal to the

for the arrest and conviction of Sam Bryant; Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, raising of early vegetables for Northern -
and I do further offer a reward of

for the arrest and conviction of'V J1].Bryant.Is Offers pleasant rooms well furnished,withor For new and descriptive circular,

TESTIMONY WHEREOF 1 have here- without board. Table Boarders will be -
unto set my hand and caused the Great accommodated; also transient. address < :
Seal of the State to be affixed, at Tallahassee CHAS.\V. LEWIS, -' .
2 Miss LUCY 0. TH )IPSON:
the Capitol, this seventeenth ''
(hiof' March A. D. 1884. Land Commissioner. ,
\V. D. BLOXHAM, Governor. Professional and Business Cards.
Fernandina, Fla.,
Colored! ; Sam about 21 years old,an.d Wil- E. LEROY JONES, 3I.D., -r_ __
liam about 23 years old; height,about 5 feet Ocala, Florida. 38 -i- ,-
9 inches; weight about 150 pounds, and HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS
Tallahassee\ Fla., March 18, 1884. 4w Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua, CIT OP: SAN ANTONIO 1.G8O TONS.
-- -- STATE O3 TEXA8, 1,543 TONS.

I -- -- I Calls answered promptly day or night,and WESTERN TEXAS. 1,210 TONS.
I Medicine furnished without extra charge. I
Office hours:-a. in. until 8; p. rn. 1 to 2
and 7 to 8. 22 1y I ONLY

: Will be mailed to all applicants and to I of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA FOR NEW YORK
Go to F. M. Robinson, 1i"" c 53:= It contains illustrations last FREE, year prices,without, descriptions ordering and it. ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
ill z g directions for planting all Vegetable and Flower Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
..4 --. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
---- -- f} ? ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers! to all points on the ST.
W. K.
: AGEXT, C> {} Proprietor, }} E] LAKE WEIR.
l BUTCHER AND ANDDcaler STOCK DEALER, C> Cr > freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information,apply to

0 in Ice P.. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,

a\ p.- C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
I CD BROOM STREET WHARF, S 51 Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-
,..1 -: ,
5 A. B. NOTES,
., .
t,!' --- -
-DEALER INF : -- ---- ---

F| Family Supplies N Alachua Street, between Second and Third,. -'? 'R.E. DOTTERER
0'C; : >
>. HEAVY GROCERIES, Orders and estimates from a distance care-
,... r fully attended to. 25-tf {{ Fernandina, } :E '
;|'* *
-+ = t-

'-:- Hay and Grain, 00 O. S. OAKES, J13 { Cor. Centre & Third. j- STIIE { FINE FAMILY GROCERIES }

$.it-SHIP STORES i I. g j. I.


= Furniture, r+
8 Stoves, I Ulad
H Paints, I but contains all the medicinal proper- ONLY SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN: BE RECOMMENDED AS
C BRACKETS TURNED BALUSTERS, ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It

00. 'rockery. I I'y NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. is very pleasant to take,'and PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .

r.v Elevations and Floor Plans, with estimates FINE TEAS AND COFFEES j-
i ,PAINS in the Stomach: and Bowels,
.rrti .... furnished at reasonable rates. -++ . -
o I..... $&*Orders by mail promptly attended to. and MALARIA, by warming and'stimulating -
.' ......<\ .", I ai Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PR0C11DED.NEW .
., I action. Sold b
'-' -Ju.st A'rlt'ed-Fol' Sale Cheap. Y'P :\ BRO'S,
1 I y.I 100 barrels Lime, Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.1'Also GOODS Received by Every Steamer. .",
J rri a a Law the Loweat I. 150 barrels Potatoes. Agents,for DOWS JAMAICA
a -
Early'Rose, Peerless, and Burbank. GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made '
1C A. B. NOTES. without peppei. 22 Cor.:' Second and Centre Sts.. FERXAXDINA, -FLA. <


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f;r; : GENERAL DIRECTORY. ._ BAKER -, .... .. ,. -
'}.. ... ; v.jV COUNTY. I Sheri J--A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. : ;
",; ..; United States- Officers. "- =: County JudgC-R.. D.'-Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of 2 ojrcs-Henry W.'Long. .' _. : CITY: upL TE.

Clerk-r&>.",J. ,PonsB;Sanderson. Cottecor of llerC1tue"T.. F. Trantham, FLORIDA
; rr l" e. LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. TDIE CARD, CENTRAL b WESTERN II.n

t',' ,.: Register-L.. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of' Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Superintendent of Schools:...-M. L. Paine, OF THE (Central, or''Xinetteth Jtendian, Time.
'" ',e Receiver-John F. RollinSj Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA,TRANSIT & PENINSULARAND JACKSONVILLE: No vwnber )

:::' ,1 Surveyor-General-Malachi Martin, Talla- Collector of RerC1l11e-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE_ COUNTY. pOMMENCIXG this date Trains 18.1883.oT
.1. liassee.i derson. County Judge Chas. S. Baron \j road and its.e this
'Key West. FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. itIn onuectiwa: will run
i ; :;. DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of ScIwvU-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Peter T. Knight. Key West. lows : as foi l-
Sanderson' Sheriff Demerritt Effect January 14th, 1884. : ;
George Key West.
I Judge-Thomas Settle Jacksonville. WESXWAEW.No.
: Marshal-J. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr., GOING SOUTh. 3. Xn.1.
,, :i County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. Pas. \CC l11.
Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. 1 Day fit Pas. Hail.8.00am.
Clerk Collector Leave J ad ,"ilIe...
-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. of Revenue-Mason S. Moreno, s n 3.40 pm

; !! ,. INTERNAL REVE.\TE. Sheriff-W., W. Tumblin, Starke. Key West. Leave Fernandina! ................. A.M.7.15 P.M.6.40 44" Baldwin............ 5.45 pm v.44
I OJlle-Ctor-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville.; Assessor of Taxes-N. Wainwright. Lake Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.45 7.25 Lake Cit ........_ 0.5.31)in 10..!:. a ant
i f... ;I COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS: Butler.' CoUedor r West. Arrive Callahan.................... 8.38 8.25 I LiveOak........... 12.50 a m 11.,4 a I1J

: :. .." t John W. Howell, Fernandina. of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Callahan...:................. 8.50 9.10 Madison _.......... 2.45am 1-10 p ni Hio.UOpt

. r,; j Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. County.Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan :Leave Dutton.................. ..... 9.17 9.45 Arrive'0 Monticello......... -5.30a11l ; E ,,
/':, ;', John F. House, St. Augustine. ; of" Schools' -L. B. Rhodes, dina. Leave Brandy Branch............ 9.32 10.02 Leave Tallahassee......... 7.05am 3.oo p,,,
I Starke.
', ;, Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Arrive Baldwin.................... 9.50 10.25 Tallahassee......... 7.45am !.lIO t)nJ
: ;"\ BREVARD COUNTY. Sheriff-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Leave Baldwin...................... 9.55 11.00 ArriveQuincy.. _..... ...... i.25 a m 0.03UK. Pill

ti ..", State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Tares-Win. H. Garland, }'er- Leave Maxville....................10.22 11.24 Leave Cliatta.River River.....11.15 a in ;,.451:! pilI,

.. ".', Point. nandina. Leave Highland....................10.40 11.48 Junction... Arrive Marianna.........
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Collector of Revenue Warren F. Scott. Fer- G.5T
Clerk-A. A..Stewart, Titusville. A.M. pm
'J Governor-Win. D. Bloxham;Tallahassee. Sheriff-John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. Leave Lawtev........................10.55 12.07 Pensaeoila......._ 11.4,-1 t)III
f : i Lieutcnant-Goi-crnor-Livingston W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Superintendent of Schools-1*. W. Higginbotham. Leave TemplVs.....................11.10 12.29 .. Montgomery...... .. G.5>alll
'T' ,.Key .West.Secretary gianna Callahan. Leave Starke.......................11.30 12.39 New Mobile..........-. 4.45aIu

: of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee Collector of Ret'elwe-A. D. Johnston' Or- ORANGE OUNTY. Leave Thurston................ ...11.48 12.57 NashvilleLouisville: I Orleans............. 10.10 an,
I \: Comptroller. -W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. lando, Orange county.Superintendent of ScMols. -M. E. English, Clerk-J.County Judge-rJ.P. ,M. Beggs, Orlando Arrive Waldo........................12.08 P.M. 1.25 "" ) .........-.- r 7.15:!.:>.valti pn

: Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle,Tallahassee. Titusville. Sheriff Thomas Hughcy J. Shine, Orlando.Fort Leave Waldo.......................12.20 1.40 Cincinnati.........1 U..!.iant

,; .. AttoTII.cy-Gene-al-George P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNT:. Assessor of Taxes James, M. Owens Reid. Leave Gainesville.................. 1.05 2.36 '. ., EASTWARD.
i hassee. County T. Reid, Fla.Collector. : Fort Leave Arredondo............:...... 1.23 3.00 N o. 4. XfI. :!,
Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. Judge-J. Copeland, Orange. Leave Palmer......... ............... 135 3.15 Accoin. Mail
'. Tallahassee. Sanford. ofR t'cWtc-A., M. Hyer, Sanford. Leave Archer....................... 151 3.35 ArriveJacksonyille..7.30am D.WI\1
?l' Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Clerk-J. Weston, Green Cove Spring. i.Superintendent, Leave Bronson....................... 2.20 4.10 Leave. Baldwin ............ G.OOam S-l'l:! !
: \ Foster, Tallahassee. 3 Sheriff James W. DeWitt. Green Cove Fort Reid. ..of Schools-John T. Becks, Leave Otter Creek................: 2.57 4.58 4 I'akeCity........... 2.20am ( ,jnuUs 1 ,,,
Springs. u p
;r 'J I Adjutant-General Yonge, TallahasseeBUREAU Leave Rosewood '................... 3.30 5.44 Live Oak............12.15 a in 5.:.i ,
;'.'. 'M 1 Assessor Collector of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY. Arrive Cedar Key................. 4.00 6.20 Madison ............ 8.40pm 40ipm;: p w
i OF IMMIGRATION. of Reremu-A. S Chalker. Judge of Probate V. 44 (
.- Harrison, Palatka.] Monticello........ 5.50pm
'f: :' ; ,1 Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Middleburg.Superintendent Schools-R. W. Davis, fJ/erk-'Y...... 'no ..... F., _Forward_. .. Palatka.] GOING NOKTH.Day Pas. .Yt t PCl.S.A.I. Tallahassee........ 4.40pm 1.11 1.55pm pm
',N.I ner'U..UlOmas naiiy.! Arrive Tallahassee: ........ .1..r..i n m _i in .. .
I t .i ; Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods. Leave & u. W& !
P.M.I"I Quiney .............
I Leave Cedar ......... .. 2.20pm 11.50am
; ; { Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives Jr. Lake Collector of Ret'enue-Joseph Price. Key ... 7.00 Leave Chatt'cheeItiverl2.10
s. City.
: i : Building Jacksonville. Clerk-John Superintendent Leave Rosewood.................... 7.32 8.35 p in ll.l.i any
Vinzant Jr. Lake of Public Schools River
fi City. -J. W. Junction...
I 1Lt>
Strickland. Leave Otter Creek................. 8.03 9.15 Uanu
; '. .' I\ SUPREME COURT. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39 10.05 Marianna......... lO.U" aiu

'r L" Chief Justice--E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Assessor'of Taxes-A. D. Brown;Lake City. TAYLOR CQUNTY.CountyJudgeW. Leave Archer .........................9.07 10.42 Leave" Pensacola.......... .').l.i.im,
: : Associate Justice-J. Wcstcott, jr., Tallahas- Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish: Lake City. H.'Parker, Perry. Leave Palmer] ........................ 9.23 11.02 Montgomery...... !>.4.> pm
,i} Superintendent ofScJwoh-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff Green! .B. Weaver Perry. Mobile............... 11.55
sec. Lake Leave Arr dondo................... D 38 11.19 pm
: Associate Justice-R. B, Van Valkenhurgh, City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Gainesville..................10.00 11.45 New Orleans: ..... 6.13 pm
'" Jacksonville. DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner, Arrive ...... Nashville......... 8.25am
; Waldo .... ............10.42 12.40 "
,t ; ; I.t".. Cl.cr1-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee. County Juclg'e-'Villiam A. McLean, Jack- Perry.: i A. M. Louisville........... 1.00am

'oj i CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonville. County 1Teas-urer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Waldo..........................10.52 2.00 Trains Cincinnati......:. v,5.') pm
Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County SUrL'eyor-D. :N. Cox, Perry. Leave Thurston...................11.13 2.30 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daily l
.:, First Circ Augustus Maxwell, Pensacola. Sheriff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Revenue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. Leave Starke.........................11.48'' 2.47 j except Sunday.Only .
i Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor of Taxes.. :-R. L. Henderson.ST. Leave Temple's ....................:11.55 2.55 to line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville
Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. sonville. JOHN'S Pensacola] daily ; and Pullman Sleepers
',:;;; Third. Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. Collector of Revenue-Moses J. Brown, County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Leave Lawtcy. .....................12.17 3.20 Jacksonville to New Orleans daily.

1, Jacksonville. tine. Leave Highland.....................12.33 3.40 CONNECTIONS.At .
1 Fourth Circuit-James\1. Baker Jackson-
,. .. ville. Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. 'Leave Maxville....................12.53 4.05 Jacksonville, with \Vaycross Line tar

Fifth Circuit-Thomas P. King'Gainesville. sell Jacksonville. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.20 4.40 all points North and East; with the Fcrn
.. -- HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.25; 5.20 dina & Jacksonville Railroad for Fernan;lI1-

Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch........... 1.45 5.45 dina:; and with Steamers forall points
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Tampa.Sanford Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Rerenue--Joseph F. Llambias, Leave Dutton......................... 2.00 43.05 the St. Johns River St. Augustine etc. on

,. ,, riff-8amuel Altman] Jasper. St. Augustine.Superintendent. Arrive Callahan.................... 2.28 0.50 At Baldwin with Florida Transit it Pen

Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. of Schools-C. F. Pcrpall, Leave Callahan...................... 2.35 7.35 I I insular Railroad] Gainesville, Ocala, Ftr-
; Court Calendar. Collector of Rtrcntte-'Y. H. H. McLeod. St. Augustine.. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 8,30 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Porf

1 FIRST. CIRCUIT. Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. Arrive Fernandina................ 3.50 9.25; At Live Oak, with the Savannah, :Florich
r Fall Term of Schools-J. W. Reed Jj&J'Day Passenger daily except Sunday; & Western Railroad
County Judge-J. R. Steele
Lecsburg, Night Passenger daily. At Tallahassee
Jasper. with St. Marks Branch
.f Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Railroad :
Walton, 4th Monday in October. IIERNANDO COUNTY. Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
i : Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Io day County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. PENINSULAR DIVISION. urdays.At
r. in October. ville. Collector Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa-
of Revenue-Jo epll Hutchinson GOING SOUTH.
cola &
1 \ '. :1 Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Sumterville. Railroad for Marianna. Pen
Day Pas. oVZ Pas. sacola Mobile
Montgomery, New Orleans,
: in October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven-
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley] Brooks- ston, Sum terville. Leave Waldo........................12.25 P.M. AJI.1.40 and Northwest, and all and points with all West boats, Southwest for Apalachicola ,

.r, October. ville. SUWANEE COUNTY. Leave Dixie.........................12.47 2.10 Columbus and Eufaula. -
;i.' Escambia. Monday in December. Collector of Retenue-F.)1. Hedich N Brooks County Judge-M. M. Blackburn Livo Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 1.03 2.33 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. ,
Leave Lochloosa.................... 1.20 2.57 all points West.SSf .
.' 10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M. C. Russell, Oak.ClerkRobert A. Reid Live Oak. Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28 Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,
Fort ,
:- ,' Spring Term. Dade. Sheriff-John R. Sessions Live Oak. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 the NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
!. 1 THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead., Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48 Central and Western Railroad.

i .. i'; Spring Term- County Judge-II. L. Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions Leave Ocala.........................._ 3.05 4.45 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday\ in ,
t ,' : Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Welborn. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office.
,,j l l April. Sheriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of' Schools J. 0. C. Arrive Wildwood.................. 4.12 6.15 and at new office southwest corner of Bay
I t Madison Hamilton, Monday, 4th\ Monday in in April.April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Live Oak. Arrive Leesburg.................... 4.45 7.30 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens GOING NORTH. W. M. DAVIDSON,
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday VOLUSIA COUNTY.County.JudgeJames
I' in April. Tampa.Superintendent. H. Chandler A.M. P.M. General :Manager Jacksonville, Fla.
: Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday of Schools-W.P. Henderson ]prise. Enter- Leave Leesburg...................... 6.25 6.15 WILLIAM 0. AMES.

in Anril.u Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins Leave Wildwood] .... .............. 6.55 7.00 Gen'l Passenger Agent, Jacksonville,'Fla.
Lafayette Gth Tuesday after 4th JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone Enterprise Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40 WALTER G. COLEMAN,

." in April.Fall Monday County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. ... Assessor of Taxes-S., Enterprise.D. Hodges, Glen Leave Ocala.. ,............................ 8.05- 8.42 Gen. Trav. Ag't, Jacksonville, Fla.
Term- Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. uove. Leave silver !spring............... 8.22

:' Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Ret'enuIJ-P. N. Glen Leave Anthony Place............. 8.48 9.28
t October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor Cove. Bryan, Leave Orange Lake................. 9.12 10.08 I -

." :' Madison, 2d :Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-L.. D. Huston, Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45 I

t, .. Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Treasurer W. M. Girardeau, Mon- Enterprise. Leave Hawthorne.. 9.54 11.15
: ; ticello. 11.35
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday WAKULLA COUNTY.

: ". i in October. ticello.Collector of Rerentle-J. H. Tucker, Mon- County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Arrive 12.15 A. )1. CURTIS A CO. ,
: Columbia, 3d Monday after4th Monday in Sheriff Charles Aligord, Crawfordville.
:j October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wan- Jlerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. jSJ Day Passenger daily except Sunday; REAL ESTATE AGENTS,

i .1. Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday I keen ah. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Night Passenger daily. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA
>, i in October. I I LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville. :

''. ". ,' FOURTIl CIRCUIT ICOtLnt'I Judge W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw- FERNAXDINA & JACKSONVILLE R. R. Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges
: Spring Term Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. effected.

:::. .:;' J f St.Clay John's, 4th Tuesday, 2d Tuesday in March.in March.\ Superintendent Clerk-Neal McAlpin of Schools-J.C., New Troy. Collector of Bet'elme-R. C. McMillan,Craw- Leave Fernandina GOING......SOUTH................. 6.00 p. m. Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet toI
.. Ramsey ew fordville. acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5t,))}
Leave Hart's
t Bradford in 1. 6.29
,, Tuesday April.Baker Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- p. m. acres, for sale.
';1 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. Arrive Jacksonville.. 7.20 p. m. "
'r T N. B.- St. Mary's having been selected
i I Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. GOING NORTH.

!, '} ;. l i Fall Duval Term-, 1st Tuesday in May. Old Collector Town. of Revenue-Adclbert S. Ackley, REAL ESTATE. Leave Jacksonville............._?.... 9.00a.m. as Canal the (terminus under the of survey the Allan made tic&for Mississippi Govern-
Leave Hart's
I ;ry, \ St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend Arrive Fernandina. 9.51a.m. ment by General Gillmore), charters for the
-t .10.20 .
a. m.Jl21'
construction of
; ; 4 I l' Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. "" Trains which having been granted
'q I. t 1 Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. THE FLORIDA daily. by the United States Government and the
; : Baker 2d SUNDAY EXCURSION. Legislatures of Georgia and Florida large
: Tuesday in October. a
:d Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. I IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Leave Fernandina.11.00 a. in. increase in the value] of adjacent lands may

J' : \ I x Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Sheriff-A.Clerk- -C. A.Moseley, Tallahassee. rpOWN Arrive Jacksonville.12.45 p. m. be confidently looked for." (See New York

j: } 1 J FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent Bryan, Tallahassee. Leave Jacksonville..................... 3.15 p. m. Sun,27-3-83.)
f.. Spring Term- Tallahassee. Schools-Henry N.Felkel, Fcruaudiiia, Arrive Fernandina........._. 5.00p.m.

,'.;:}' I Sumter, 3d Monday March. Treasurer L. Demilly Tallahassee.
;: { :'; Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Bet'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Towns on R. R. Line. CONNECTIONS.AT .
; ;t: Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee.

i t ., .' :March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. And Cedar Key. FERNANDINA, FLA.,
t (, ', "I' Le4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in .
With New York and Fernandina Steam-
. : j SEA
COUNTY. ship Line from New York on Tuesday and
I Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th :Monday\ in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. for New York on Thursday. -TOS.A.'VA. -

J .. t." ;'I- March.Fall Term- Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. Offers to Lessees "and Purchasers a large With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah -

.. $l. Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell, Bronson. -:" and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT A.a: :
.. Collector of Ret'cnue-H. B. number of the most
eligible and
1' : : Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. Cedar desirable CALLAIIAN.To -- ,
; : Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. and from Savannah and THE
Charleston STEAMER -
Superintendent Lots ,
'" of Schools J. B. suitable for Business
I Menden- Purposes
: "Ir Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. or for and all points North and West, daily]
Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in CITY OF BRIDGETOX
1 November. MADISON COUNTY. City or Residences, FLA.,
t. :
..: !; SEVENTH CISCU1T.Spring County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon Madi To- and_.-- _frOTn___ow _T_f'k..nnvi1l_.._.... ....._, 'r'.iini.nccn...u......."''"''"<.;, &" f/
: and all
; Term- son. UPON EASY TERMS. points South, West, and Northwest,

1. Orange, 4th Monday in January. Sheriff! S. A. Parri more, Madison. daily.
fi Volusia 3d in C'lerk-Jolm M. AT HAWTHORNE,
: Monday February Beggs, Madison
'fi t ", Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .

J ; : : Dade, Monday in April. Madison. WILDWOOD. )
Fall Term- County Treasurer parties engaged in manufacturing or indus-
-S. S. Smith Madison.
With Stage Line to and from Brooksville )
Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Ret'cnueD.. Wordsend, rial and Tampa daily LEAVES FERNANDINA FOR SAVAN ]
"I '. Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Madison. enterprises who will erect on the prop- With except Sunday. : after the arrival of the evening J.
Stage Line to and from
l J! Brevard. 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-'\". P. Thompson, Mad Leesburg trains from JACKSONVILLE and CEDAU: 1:
:' = i Dade 2d Monday in November. ison. erty purchased substantial, improvementsfor daily except Sunday. ]KEY, on Sunday and Wednesday, reaching J:

,I !"' MANATEE AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., Savannah on the following morning. ('
j County Officers.AL COUNTY. residence, or in which to conduct their With Iorgan's Line Steamships for Key Returning, Steamer leaves Savannah for (>
I : .. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford West and Fernandina
I Manatee. Havana every Saturday; for New on Tuesday and Saturday. n
,, '( i!' ,. \cnuA.County Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee. business. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and Through tickets sold to New York Philadelphia -

f ',. Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines Sheriff A. Watson, Pine Level. Havana every Friday : from New Orleans I Boston, and Baltimore.For .
4 I, ville. 1 Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Parish, Braden- INDUCEMENTS: TO MANUFACTURERS every Saturday.With tickets: and state-rooms, apply to r.

Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. 'town. Tampa Steamship Company's Steamers W. B. TUCKER, Agent
Sherif S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue--Marion G. Carlton, by exemption for a term of years from for and from Key West Monday and Office foot of Centre Street, r:

.: Asfcsfor: of Ta.res-8. H. Wicnges, Gaines- Popash. Thursday: for Tampa and Manatee/Monday Fernandina. Fla. I
.. : ville. Superintendent of Schools taxation, 'offered by the several cities and
; -Felix J. Seward, and Friday. J. A. MERCIEK, :>;i
: : Collector of Revenue-H.C. Denton, Gaines- Pine Level. For information respecting routes, rates, General Passenger Agent.
ville. ; '. MARION COUNTY. towns. Apply to etc., apply to J. N. HARRIMAN Manager.OFFICES S,
: Superintendent of Sc1tools-'Y.. Sheats CHAS. W. 'LEWIS, A. .
J County Judge--Samuel F.. :Marshall Ocala. :
i' Gainesville \i .- Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala. Office Gen'l Ticket and Pass.Agent I Corner Bay: and Ocean Sts.,Jacksonville, F- .
; Beach & 7th sts.
r i i i .. _..":; ," :" ', cor. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen'l, ] Supt. 2 Bull and Congress Streets.......Savannah. Ga
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: ... NOTICE; ; ,'. I :. .. ( \V and S l'l: ;........................:.............24 1 S'24E

; : ." . ,. '.- 'V !,of N E !. fractional S'E }................. 9 1'N 25E 4741 DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.

-. Taliaferro J. All of sections, 17..H..30 and.-;....... ........../ .8 111'/25E2580 : :
; X S'W !. N.l ors E 1. S W ofS E }.... 4 I.N 25E 591/ EST ADLISIIED: :
la rch given Uutje I\ P..l E i. E !'ofN W"l..X: IY.} ofNN 18; W 120 1 N 187;.
tk" i is ) folluwing described lands I. 25E GOO
N) u un; )IJIlar, the 7th day of.April, 1884, in front'of the will Court be sold at public auction I X ,y.-l.: 8 'r.t: N.E i-....:. .....................16 1 N 25 E' 480 --,
Home, nt Fernandina, w. !:.SE :t..7.;...:... ...;...... .. EI
of Nas : 2t
: l'
tt in the County au. or su much thereof N 24 430) 27
will 98
1 as be necessary to pay the amounts IVikls Marion J............ S E i and 20 acres in X W DRUGS
tile curncr. ......... anHORSEY MEDICINES
1883 38
for tax for year herein set opposite the 3 N 20 180 6 12 ,
to Nilliamsonll
due same J. .... ..:.
advertising : together with cost of sale : : Lot G. block 22. Fernandina..................:. EI' 8

Iud 'nr,.00. 'V. F.......'........ { All of' fractional: ...................... ............ 21.2N 28 58 58
==---- 'Lot'4; block 243. or art r....... .. E1r
!J) 0 : ............. 23 ,, N28 1
t'1 = .> > 'Villiams, Peter......... ... Letts 10 and 11, bloc 27 Fernandina. f 8 76 &
> .... CO.
:!J::) :: = o Washington JO:3..:...:..:;. 8 ors 'V }. lots 12 and 8 89 I ,
13. ......
OW. Er.. DES c n r PT IO "o ro'y 0 g: ............11 4 N 24 E80/ 3 77
.' 7 : to:: y 'Viggins' ',"111......... ,.. { S E 1 of N E!......... 40
": : .y S'1V: 1 of N.'V i........I..N25E,
--- Un known.............. .. 41 524
- ... Lot 25
t1i : t.of S" ; of Lot 1................... : block 1, Fernandina.................... I J PHARMACISTS 1Cp.ntre [=
Arnistm.4dat ................ ........ 25 4 N 25E $ 2 72 ..................... Lots 8. 9,11 and N J 5 00
11'nt_............... N E i of N E !................. .. 30 .I of 7. block 17. Fernan'dina -
.... .
r Irnc\ ............:.: 3 2N: .....................
25 E 9 ......... ..
30 .
:1 40 .......
: ........
""rd' 'J. II.............. N E corner of the F P Sanchez h ............
.. 1125
grant. .. 2.3s 25 E 5 67 ..................... Lots 1. 2. 13. 14 15 and
J1urne ', Jas 0_............. 1.,11 centre of the I F P Starling ......... 50 .............. 16, block 19. Fer-
) 1.L....... S of lot 6. block g.raflt 5 2 N 25 E 40 7 18 .1 .. nandina............................................. Street.
L'cunetIrs % 52, Fernandina........... 199 ..................... "r I of lot 8. 4 04 _
dJock, :1:J.......... As described in a deed ., block,52, Fernandina ......... :
lra U on record in book ..................... Wi of lot S, block 79 7 87
I R." pages 303 and 301 County h ......... Fernandina .......... 2 43 FERXAXDI, FLORIDA
records. 42 2 N 25 E 40 5 24 .......... Lots 11. 12. 13 and block ;
'tarnlii11,1rs. N............/I.ot 12 of John Lowe grant.................... 48 3 N 28E ..................... I..ot 4. block 6. Old Town" 2 7G
harborl.: ......... ............ S E corner lot 2...................... .............. 17 4 N 25E 61!i. 4 3 19 II ..................... I.ot 11. block 7.8 Old Old Town.......... ..........:. ';: 1 00 KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-

Cranelliii......... ......... N W } of S N :......... ......... ............. .... 22 2 N 24 E u 7 45 77 ..................... Lots 13 and 14.,block To\vn..... ............... -r- ', 1 69 of FRESH and PURE FOR-
...... .. ......... Lots 3. 4 and G block : 40 .. 10. Old ,Town......... EIGN
(apo.1 Ii i s. ? 2, Old 'ernandll13 ..................... Lots 13 and : 1 00 and DOMESTICDrug
":)\II1't5. J. C...... ............ NE 1 ofN' E 1........................... .......... 7 2 S 23E 3 31 II ........... .......... Lot 5. block 14.11.block Old 10{for 82)), Old Town I 169
7 18 Town .............. .
...... .
..... .
lrs.)1.I C._. .. As decrlbed in deed L
> 55
news. a on record in book 401 ..................... Lot 8, block 12 II
,. ............... and
L. Chemicals
pug(' 451 and 4.52Connh' records. 43 2 N 27 E ..................... Let 5. block II 3 02
3 461)ozicr 13. ... ..
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..... ........ As d escrlhd"(1 I ......
11. M L. ;: ill a deed on record in book ......... ........... I..ot.12; block 14 .e 1 55
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P...... ......I I..ots Il 14.. ,page 274. County records.I ........... 100 23 40 .......................Lot 5.....................................................12 2 X Ji E 5-1 155 Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
Urcw. Gcorge ,15. JO.,17 and 18 block ................. 1 99
18. Fer.nandlna. .. S of S E .. .
: .. 1. ....................................... 20
............ ................................ 9 49 ......................Lot 2....................................................,14. 2 3 N N124 E 40' 1 87 Proprietary and
.. 157'
...... Lots 28E Fancy
5 md II Goods
1.tibanks Eliza 12. N of X W' 1. N W' .................... 3 .iO ,
::1 of .NE i...................................................
N E }.................. ..............................21 4111. 172 4 19 II ..................... \ I cot' NV&. B E 1 orx 3N26E 160 360

FrrickQon: Martin ......... S 'V ::1 of S 'V }............................ ......... 22 2 N 24 E 40 1 99 II ..................... E 1,S 'Vl: of S E i...........W:1...:..,..SE......!..of....X..//23/1/ FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
'......... ...... X of S E ar 2N24E 200
115hcrIleun ::1 of Sr ::1 of S 'Y ::1............... 34 4 X 24E 9 4 OG ......... ........... NSE }.............................................14 4 19
'aulk, Jane:................. WI ofB 'Y 1 of B 'V 1 of S 'V }.............. 34 4 N 24 E 5 1 99 ..................... S of N 'V i. N of S 'V lots 2N24E 480 8 31 PERFUMERY
All of......... ....................... ........ ................. 1, 3 and 4 .. 16/ 2 N 25E 200 4 19 SOAPS, ETC.,
I.'ox.I.-.............. { Lots 1 5 und ..... .. 44 4 N 24E 110 .... Lots 3 and G........................................... 17 4 N 25E 125 3
G. 8 E 79
i ()fS 'V }......... ...... 34 5 N 24E
201 4 19
}Frauks F-.................. As described in a deed on record in book WARREN IN GREAT VARIETY.
Collector Revenue .
R. pages 5-13 and 514. County rl'cords. 31 2 N 2,4E 6 5 24 Fernandina Fla.. March 14, 1884. Nassau Count) .
Freeman Ja\.il1. That part east of Lofton Creek
of........... 39 2 N 27 E 175 5 24
Ford I )Irs.:\Iary............ S E 1 of S "r !.............................. ........,14 2 X 24E 40 2 72 ;&' Physicians' '

S 'V 1 of SV 1...................................... 3 1 N 25 E 40 Prescriptions

SEofSE }...:....................................41N25E 40 COLUNS & CON carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
Ilaraner J: A. Est. of. { E of N E }.......................................... 9 1 X 23E 40 HARTFORD r'easonahle prices.
\r 4 of N 'V }................... ,
...................., 10 1 N 25 E 40 5 ----.
irtt 4....................... .... .
.O. .................... 9 2 X 27 E 79 4 78 Established
green, Philip J_........... In the S h: corner........... ...... ............... 2 3 N 20 E no 6 71 1826MANUFACTURERS ,

.;.ian'ha. .._....... ......... Lot 4 ........... ..,............ ................:....... 7 4 N 25E 51 4 51 i

( si 1 ofNE i....................................... G 2N'26E 40

I N E 1 of x 'V #.................... ................. 7 2 N 26E 40

(Green The Griffith grant............... .................. 4S 3 N d 51: 391 r

pcter.t S } of....................................;........ ...... 3 X 2GE 321 .

All of................................ .................. 30j 3 X 26E GOO 27 29

ESofNN 1, SW 1........................ 1, 3N24E 579 A 14g NDALL'S

I i'' i...... ..... ..........................................11 3 N 241: 316 pldr SQM HGuR

l =S E 1.................................................... 2 3 X :24E< 158

NF. 1 of X 11'N'EafNE 1, N 11' 1 of N l: 1...... ...... 3 X,21 E 80 '. _


of S J: 1................. .......................11'r... 4 THE discovered, as it is certain in its

All of frfictional........... ...... ................. U 3 N 25 E 557 1 = --- effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
svsrS4t9 a =
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(irittidl. pIil1111l-ton C N1VofNE i.
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I'ra tt. ofS E 1. S E 1 of N E }....................... 8J I 3 N 25E 320

1 All of.. ....... ... ..... 7 3 N 25 E Saved Him 180000.
EEofSW.SNofNN }: S ::i 6101If

( S 'V 1- ........... .............................. .8 3NlaE 518 Dr. B. ADAMS :X. Y., January 30, 1882.
II i S of X E 1, S I 1 of N ". I, S !...... ...... 23:1 ::3 N 21 E 440 Axes OFPicks GEXTS. J. Kendall & Co.:

All of........................ 2.31 :3 N 24I 634 Hatchets Kendall-Having used a good deal of your
All Spavin Cure with
l of.-0 3 N 2.3 E great success. I

All or {except N E 1 of S E 1))..................21 3 N 2.3 E 1 C)40 100 00 9 done thought I would let you know what it has

1Iiinbotham.l\lrs; E.... Lots 3an(1 .......................................... 4 N 25E 105 5 68 AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY for Ill('. Two years ago I had as speedy
III1h E........... ......... a colt as was
ever raised
E in
; ofS Jefferson
'V:1 ofB W .
: i ofS WI............... 34 4 N 24E 4 3 77 TOOLS FOR When county.
lJinuotham.: / Arthur.. S WI ofS E }........................................ 7/2/ S 23E 40 7 15larrison. FARMS AND PLANTATIONS. [ was breaking him he kicked over
/ Iis E........... North ; of............... .. the cross-bar and got fast and tore
.. .......................... 43 2 X 28 g 200 8 GO Also one of his
Hlhh. V. J.................. As.,described in a deed on record in book FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best
farriers but
T. pages 331 and 332. County records Of all sizes they all said he was spoiled.
and pricss from $5 $30. He had
Callahan, or part of............:............. N 2.3E 6 71 to Also, Plowing Machines. a very large thorough-phi and I
Ihirris: lanie1............... 3012 med two bottles of
The henry Young gran t........................ Farmers will receive valuable information your Kendall's Spavin
Jf11ut'nu 3 N 26 E 3 46
lianiel.) ........... \ of N E 1........... 401 by catalogues, &c.f Cure, and it took the bunch off
.. ......................... .. S 24E 80 2 72 writing to the makers, entirely : and
Johnson, Talbot "r-...... X of S E 1..................... ....................... he sold afterwards for$18CO (dollars). I have
N 2
22/2 21 E 72 COLLINS
Johnson. H. C............... / 80 & CO. 212 used it for bone
Part of the Gibson Water St. New spavins: and wind
errant--.................... York. galls, and
JOIl.. .n..... -J. IT.n....... .............. &r.11. .1.UH_ co;) ,n.. _u .. X 2.3 E 40 8 92Jackson it Irns always cUfl.d cOlUlIlc. >tph' _nn.l.. .I..ft,, tt.
t corner or tile S ,V ----- .
J uh'........ ...... t of N } J 30 :! 6 n 80 leg smooth.It uu"
of S E } of S W' of .
S 'V t ........... .
John\ol1( : "J............ -..................................................... _.J-3t 4 4: N N i4 23E E 5 5 3 5 3 24 77 DR. CLARK I have is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
SamueL. .
INe .. ... ...... X of Stibdivision' .A" of lot v. block JOHNSON'SINDIAN recommended it to a good many and

243. being part of....... ........... I they all say it does the work. I was in With-
.......... 23 3\ 28 E 51 .S
t.1)11'8.: C..... erington .
... ....
E # flf X" }. S 1V 1.......... dKneeland'sdrug store in Adams
.................. 8 1 S 't3 E 143 5 03 the other ,
81VofNI: 1-............ ... j day and saw a very fine picture
..... ...... .. .... 9 31.3E: 40 BLOOD
f All of..... ................... .10/ 1 N 23E: 610 SYRUP you not sent them. I tried to huy it, but could
: Lots1,2and3..5 rtu ; they said if I would write to you that

: All of fractional........ ......................,.... 8 2N 2 X :231 23E: 126 11 Cures all and you I would will do send me all one. I wish you would, ,
S 'V 1 ofN E i. lots 123 and 4...... ...... 9 2 X 23 E 239 diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Very you the good I can. '

g of S E 1, E i of X 'V 1...... ............... 27 2 X 23 E'' 160 Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
testify to
Lot 1.. ;
.... -
J E 4 of N E+, N W}of N"E I, 'E'.!.'of N 28 2 N 23 E 38 eflicacy: in, healing the above named diseases, and

; : 'y }. X W 1 uf Xr Spavin Cure.
..: I, NEt of SV l. pronounce it to be the Best
: ] NEof lot 3.......................................10 2N23E 3-1 Remedy Known-, -to_Ian.

.'' Lot 4.........................................,............ 11 2N 23E 29.I c -- ON HUMAN FLK8II.YEVAY. .

I S".1ufX F 1. N'1ofS\V I.SfX\\r#...... ...i..:..".....!....urs.....122N23E 240 GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA. Dr. B. J. JXD., August 12,1881.
X X 1 of S I }. S ".1 of S I 1. X of Trade Hark.Laboratory. GESTS KcmlnU & Co.:
S W.13 -Sample of circulars received to-

NE.NEofSE.Nof511,1ot2142N23E 527 AGENTS WANTED day. Please send me some with my imprint
of lot 1, lot 2. X "r of N 'V 1,.......... : 334 printed on one side on I,)'. The "Kendall's
Spavin is in
E ofSE 1. S .1 ofS 'V 1...... ...........,15 2 N 2J E 279 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it.CEDARTOW and not for excellent demand with us,

Lynch. John.. ...' ........ j N Ali E of i of fractional.X E 1. S .!..of....S...E...i....'V.....;...of...lot.....1... 21 2N23E 5 ailments only also. Mr.animals Jos. Voris but, one for human of the

I SE lots} ofNWSWofSES 2, 3 anel4............... .... ............ 22 2 X 231: : 314 Indian< Dr. Clark Johnson:-My children were sick with Fever,-,and GA.,a June short 20th trial, 1881.of your ankle leading badly farmers and in knowing our county the,value sprained of the an

} of S. Blood Syrup completely cured them. for
remedy horses tried
1V I..23: : 4(,' it on himself, and it
NNofNEEofSE 2 N 23E 161 RUDIE O A VTT tili. did far better than he had expected ; cured

SI' }..........:...................}:...N...11'of........... 21 2 N 23E 160 the Yours sprain in Ycn' short-c.-ordl'l'- .

S E 1 of N "r t.............. ................. .25 2N23E 41 STOVES TIN WARE ETC. respectfully', O. TIIIEB AND.
I IViofNENofSEN 'V 1. N } __ :I.INCr'S Price $1 per bottle, or C bottles for $5. All

of S W I.............. .................. ............26 2 N 23 E 398 druggists have it or can get it for you or it
"r ofK E i. N "' 1 ofS E "W. P. STREETY will be sent to any address on of
.. I, lots 1 an<12 33 2N'23E 218 receipt ,
N of N E }. ; of N E 1. S E i of N ".. Second Street i Curiosity, Variety StoreOffers price bv the Proprietors.. DR. B. J. KEN .
opposite the Post-Office DALL it
1, EofSENWofS E i. N i 0 CO.. Enosburgh Falls Vt.

1 S 'Y 1................................................ 34 2 N 23E 359 FERXAXDIXA, FLA. a large and carefully selectedHOSIERY Send for Illustrated Circular.

Lots 3 and 4.....................: ....................32 2 N 23 E 145' -'- Sold by all
E ofNE 1, \V 4-....;............................ 4 2 N 24E 399AU / T----- --. --
ofsections{), G and 7, and N E 1 / -- I STOCK OF

'V t or........... ...............................and'I..... 2 N 24E 2100j I .
N E }. 'V of section 18. and N 'V 1 of... .19 2 N 24.E 640 I For Gentlemen, Ladies and Children.
S ; of S 1V ::1- of section 31. and W I of S ,

l \V ot.......... .................................... 32 3 N 24E 69 81.llattozlntauttel. !
........... X "r ........ .. 1601 I i iHi.A.iLTnD: :::: E:E:R c zz i E:z s, LYNN & CO., of the SCIEYTIi'IC AMERICAN con-
Mnrrar corner. ..
c t'phcn.. ........................ 43 3 S u_8E 3 18 -- tinue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats Trade
S 'Y ::1 of N 'V 1......... ............................16 3 X 25E 4&, 7 59 I iI Marks England Copyrights, for the UnIted State' Canada
EofStil'lots 1 and 2N24E 581 Silk, Linen, and Cotton. Patents France Germany ete. Hand Book:about
sent free.
EW'AofN 1. S E 1 2..1 Patents obtained through MUNN A CO.experience.arc noticed

SW.SEofSW !.. ...... 2N24E 564 n Gloves, Societies, Ribbons, IntheSCIENTiFICAiiErucAxthe most widely circulated largest best and

llkhIling !s Purifier Co All of fractional! ........ ........................... 3G 3 N E 5HO Laces, Towels, Napkins, I I Weekly. Splendid engravings scientific and paper.interesting 13.20 a year.In

All of fractional.............. ..................... 6 .N .*a E formation.icansentfree.Specimen copy of the Scientific Amer

All of fractional........ ........................... 8 2 X 25E 1170 I Dress Lining, Buttons. AMERICAN Office Address 2C1 Broadway MUNN New&CO.York.;:, SCIENTIFIC:

All of fractional........ ........................... 32 3 N 25E 53 06 and Notions .
IiMI'tJ 1[ (For tax of 1882): )................. 6121 Generally.A ----
!IrKcllz'I I, Gl)3.co........... Lots .................... 70 38 ---- -- ----
3 and
.u........... ..I ueo..u_._._._..Q "r 1. ,. "'4."block, 12, Old Fernandina... 4Ucl'utterv f 4 51 PATENTS obtained for new inventions
\.wcll C I)"' ..-n.. '-J VI .'11 J t.............. ........................ :u!2 2 X 24 E 40'' 3 77 new lot of LACE COLLARS and NECKTIES or for improvements in old
:" """ Lots 33 and 31. bock 2, Fernandina........ I STOVES, HEATERS RANGERS ones. Caveats Infringements TradeMarksand
\.. N............ -! 19 just received and marked low. ,
{Illee J. D............... Lot 2. block 5., Ferna'I-1'111'' .................... 72 all patent business promptly attendedto.

{lleKcnna Rua! J a ................ Lot 3, block 7. K'1110"S Ferry' ........... 4 51 TIN AX SHEET-IRON WARE INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
,fi G. l'.......... E 1 ofS E-. ....... 2 N 24 E .0 199 REJECTED may still, in most cases be patented -
l'1'!ck.rsln i. \......... ............... Lo t 1..................................................... _.J 4 4oN: 25 E 60 I 4 51 ROOFING AND GUTTERING Our Stock of CORSETS is Very Superior.: by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-

:atcli011'I ; B................ S All 1' .1.................................................... 22 2 N o4 E 160 j 4: 19 PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS ETC ent Office and engaged in PATENT BUSI .
of ,
except 20 in
acres X W corner 0 we can secure pat-

: and the S E 1)).............., _................... 383 X 126 E 460 I 24 79 A large stock of Stoves hand. Give "lfr In PICTURE FRAMES, BRACK- ents in less time than those who are remote '
tkux t;eor'.e S ......... Lot 12, block 9. Fernandina..................... I. call, and compare prices on with those of ETS, VASES, TOILET SETS, we offer a "Washington.
:,: { Lot 2J' '16. .................... other houses here or my elsewhere. fine variety. When Inventors send model or sketch. !

Stirrer'JUill'on. .Iose ......... Lot 18'u.? p. "' _......... 38 30 we make search in the Patent Office and
1l......... Lot 2 N _n 8E 134 G 71 advise as to its patentability free of charge,
x Jtt. 'I[,U.....................,51V 3..6.. 8 60 Correspondence confidential ; fees reasonable -
'\\'t.arin t.. ...........'S 4''11 'J3E 40 5 98 UPHOr..STERER. SPECIALTY. ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -

l.n. i" -....... ......... 5 98 ESS- IAKER, IS OBTAINED.
'tanlr ''1escribed.. H in a deed on record in book Foot of Centre Street "We refer by permission to the City Post- :

kittlin. L. 'r?....-.........i'' page 235 County records.............. 38 2 N'27 E i 190k 4 93 FERXAXDIXA ;Jiir Orders from the Country Solicited.S5ZKIXHsrCFS master, and to the Superintendent of the
I 1hoinos II'"...................,-\11 or section 28 and:............................. 33 2 N )8 E'' 770 I, 2 72 FLORIDA. Post-Office: Money Order Division in Wash

t.> J as......... .........'S 'E corner of I lot 3................................... 7 41 25 E JI i 2 f. 4 51 Furniture ington. For special references circularservice -

,11I. Jtiu! ......... .........!On N.. end 0 f.......................................... 43 3 N 28 E 6'j 3 18 Hair repaired in the best manner. : terms, etc., address '

,'N 11 corner............... ........................... 40 1 N 25E 163J I 4 51 notice. Mattresses made to order at short C. A. SNOW & CO.,
] I : I 36 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. Opp.PatentOfliee. \rashirrtnnD'C'. 2t

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;;-1 THE FLORIDA MIRROR : MARCH 22, 1884. .

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\ THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Republican Nominations. COoper, of Jacksonville. General Range of.Thermometer. Fresh Strawberries : I

f' The Republican convention, which met Cooper was a'err prominent, FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, MARCH 21. On Tuesday, Thursday anti
I Saturday
:,. I ut Island City Hall last Monday night, made citizen of Florida during the HOESEY'S DRUG STORE. Dotterer \I. AV. F. ScSnT
!',; : the following nominations: territorial times, was wounded while gallantly -

": 'j.1': ( Reflections I! For Mayor: W. H. Pope. l leading his command during the I "c3 I e-1 15 C. I Wind PROCLAMATION.MAYOR'S : -- j'

',,", I City Clerk and Treasurer: Emil O. Friend. Florida war, and was Senator in ,the State I Ir- I eo Q r\

The revenue steamer Boutwell was in the !! Marshal : R. L. Dennefield. Legislature. Mrs. Cooper attained a venerable Saturday._.Mch.15 58 63 62 GO I N. E. FERXAXDIXA, FLA.. March( OFFICE:2?\t. :iss-t ,. i

} ,harbor this week. Tax Assessor: John H. Stays. age, having lived to see the whole Sunday ..._........16 GO 64 64 62 E. 'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE T t t

: f. Mrs. J. W. Dickinson, now of Boston, is Tax Collector C. J. Westburg.For growth and wonderful\ advance in popula- Monday ............17 66 74 73 '71 IX. E. voters of the City:of FernlIElma
: Tuesday.............18 66 73 72 '70 E. < that the annual election of office'a It
.) ', paying her old home a visit. Aldermen: G. F. Avery, O. S. Oakes, tion and property of the State of her adop- Wednesday........19 63 I' 72 71 69 IS.S.Thursday..20 said city will be held on Monday,

,'..' .1!\ Hiram Jelliff and wife, of New York, are Larry Wilkerson, Willoughby Dorsey andJ. tion. She has many relatives and friendsin 67 76 73 70 \V. seventh day of April, 1884, at the foli ;

);, ,;j : among the recent Egmont arrivals.D. Johnson. this and other counties and her funeralwas Friday ...............21 63 72 ( 72 70 IS.. E. named places: Wln
.;' ::: Batiks of New -- Precinct No. 1. at theMayor's Office
: S. Banks and Mrs. C. A. largely attended. by the old citizens residing Street; 'fI'nl I

if' York, are registered at the Egmont. The few Inland lloute.
in Jacksonville. MA11IXE. Precinct X. 2. C. *' Westbn '.s store

Mr. II. E. J. Boardman and wife, of Iowa, The Savannah News says the new inland !, Old Town ; ,

:!1 are among the recent Egmont arrivals. route from that city to Florida by way of how to Keep Fruits or Fish. Port of Fernandina. I Between'the hours of 8 a. m. (standard
time) and sunset on 'said slay.And .
';' '; Mechanics are very busy on the many Montgomery will beopened early next week, The preservation of Florida fruits in storeso HIGH WATER. the following officers of the city

new buildings now going up in this city. the steamer St. Nicholas having: been char- as to avoid precipitate shipments and Saturday, March 22..3:41 A.M. 4:09 P. +r. then and there be chosen by a vote orl

:j tered to run from :Montgomery to Fernan- consequent glutting of the markets has been Sunday, 23...... ,4:41" 5:00" majority of the votes given at" said electioa
John P. Logan and wife, of Philadelphia, Monday\ 24...... 5:36": 6:07" i viz.: "
dina, connecting at the first named place by more or less agitated for some time in
2.>...... 6:30" "
: are resting quietly a few days at the Egm nt. !. Tuesday, 7:01 A Mayor,
; the City and Suburban railway with Savannah our columns. The most feasible plan, according Wednesday, 26...... 7:22" 7:51" A Clerk,

I ",' j Dr. G. S. Arnold, wife and daughter, of and at Fernandina with the railroad to experts in this matter, is to con- Thursday, 27...... 8:11" 8:40.. An Assessor,

.' New York, are now spending a few days at from that city to Jacksonville. The new struct cold storage rooms which can be keptat Friday, 28...... 8:58 9:27" .Marshal,

the Egmont. route is under control of the Florida Rail- any suitable even temperatureand A Treasurer,
ENTERED. A Collector
: J.: 0. Horne, of Pittsburgh, and his lovely road and Steam Navigation Company.- dry for months together by the And five ((5)) Aldermen. '
( Mch. 16-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes,
:t bride, are now enjoying the hospitalities of Times-Union. Little GiantJ'Ice. ,Machine. This machine Savannah, with freight and .I Given under my hand and the H"111)f t the)
.. '
the Egmont. is made |"T"nv 'sizes'! to .produce daily passengers, to W. B. Tucker, I city'this 20th day of)(arch. 1884.

\ A cargo or more of old rails arc lying at Shad for the St. Marys Jtlver. ; from five hundred pounds to ten tons of ice agent. : R. F. SMITH, City Marshal.C. A. HALEY, :Mavor[OEIIJ
17 S. S.- State of Texas Risk j
','1+ ,. Ii the railroad docks ready for shipment to the The United States steamer Fish-Hawk arrived as may be des rtible\ ) and is consequently the tons, New York :, freight, and AttestWM.. F. WOOD, JR., City rIe-rkJ.

:. 'i mills. hereon Tuesday. The Fish-Hawk is': best machine/fqf this asthere[ need '
,.. rolling, purpose passengers, to W.Southwick, _jt
"' attached to the Fish Commission, and came be no lost capacity.The agent.
Mr. R. E. Demmon and wife of Boston
I\ into our l harbor in pursuance of the recom- company'is said to be responsible and 17-Schr. Three Sisters. Simpson, Phil- EXAMINEOUR
'I have just left the Egmont after a pleasant -
i : very mendations of the Special Fish Commission apelphia ; light, to Mizell & Bro.
and visit. guarantees its machines to do what is 19 S. P. of Hallowes .
J ,: protracted City Bridgeton.: ,
'to deposit spawn in the St. Marys river. claimed. We know of f '
no enterprise more Savannah, with freight and passengers -
r Mrs. W. :M. Gawtrey and Miss Gawtrey, of She has that river for that W. B. I, .. NEW:
now gone up pur- inviting to large shippers of fruits or fish, to Tucker, agent. "
t; : New York, have arrived in our city for a few pose. The St. Marys is assuming much importance and none more inviting to enterprisingyoung Bark Albert M., Veneon, Vera Cruz ; j -
'f | ballast to master. STOCK"ELEGANT
; weeks stay at the Egmont. ,
for its abundant and
supply great men limited" means in the interior

Mr.and Mrs. H. G. DeForest, of New York, adaptability, fpr fish culture. Large quantities i towns of Florida than the manufacture of CLEARED. OP

,t who are regular visitors to our city, are of: fish caught in the St. :Marys are : ice in daily quantities to suit the require- Mch. 17-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes, -

'r, again registered at the Egmont. shipped every week to Northern cities. ments of communities off the lines of Savannah, with freight and passengers .
by W. Tucker, agent. -
\h 1 I J.: F. Knapp, of the prominent firm of transportation, to whom ice is"an impossible 18-Schr. E. A. Gaskell, 'Vil on. Philadelphia J POCKET

Sheppard, Knapp & Co., New York, was a Arrival of the Fire Extinguishing commodity. The! company headquarters are I ; lumber, Hilliard '& !. '. ,

: I visitor at the Egmont this week. Apparatus.The in Cincinnati, Qhio. Bailey. 'AND'TABLE
., chemical fire engine "Samuel A. -'I' 19--S. P. City of Bridgeton, Hallowes
.. J. L. Roberts and family, of Bernardsville, Savannah ; with freight and '
Swann, and the hook and ladder truck for Mr. I. A. Mode\ of the t firm of Mode Bres..
by W. B. Tucker
N. J., spent several days at the Egmont, this passengers ,
the Fernandina Fire Department arrived left Monday for New York to purchase an agent. CUTLERY
week leaving for the North yesterday. .
this week ,from 'Baltimore, where it was entire new stockof spring and summer 20-S. S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,542'
The annual meeting of American Bible, built order from Council. goods, consist!utp of Dry Goods: Clothing, tons, New York ; with freight SCISSORS.
upon an our City
Shoes. Notions which will
Boots ,
i will be held tomorrow at IJatsand and passengers, by R.W. South- ,
Society evening l
The engine ..and apparatus are handsome be sold at Jess than} Jacksonville prices. wick, agent.IN ET C.,
f 7.30 o'clock at the Methodist Church. AllI pieces of workmanship. A trial of the en- Look out. for their"tld\"crtisement. in next '
issue. MODE BROS. PORT. .
invited.Rev. WHICH
made the baseball
gine was on grounds

V, E. M. Bacon and,wife, of New London Thursday afternoon, but, owing to the inex- Bark Albert M. (Dan.), Veneon. .: "1VE4:
Hotel Arrivals.
Bark Veloce (Fr.), Azibert. ;. \
t Conn., stopped at the Egmont on their perience of the company, it could hardly be Schr. Jennie F. Wiley, Chadwick. '-:"'
way south, and engaged accommodations considered a fair test, and did not bring out TOURIST HOTEL. Schr. I,. T. Whitmore, Blakington :, .>;'f";. OFFER

t for several weeks on their return. the full capacity and effective power of the Misses M F Lynch, Kittie O'Keefe, Lizzie Kelly, Schr. Chas. E. Lester. Truitt. "i 'o" V -
; Maggie Brennan, Jennie Lynch, Mr Jas Early and Schr. Susan H. Ritchie, Bartlett.REGISTRATION : AT
: A large cargo of railroad iron was disf" engine. wife, Mr Frank Early and wife, John T Knight, ,
wife and child, Brooklyn, L. I.; John A Parker, SURPRISINGLYLOW
charged during the early part of the past Parlor Concert at the Egmont. New York; J S Valdez, Key West; J Mullen, San NOTICE.
week for the Florida Railway and Navigation Antonio Tex.; Cornelius Lyons, Newburyport,
On Thursday last a thoroughly enjoyable Mass.; Gco Silloway.Kingston NIL; II S Stan- .
Company, to be used on the main line ton and wife, Trenton, Oneida St.: Edward Harrington The Registration Books of the City of Fer-
south. evening was passed in the parlors of the and wife, Philadelphia; D Cole and wife, nandina, which are now open at my office, PRICES.
Egmont Hotel by those whose good fortune C L Ilumphiev, Detroit; "m '1" Weed and wife, will be closed Thursday, April 3d, 1884, at
I Clare Hillycr, the ,eight-year old son of W Wheeler, Franklinville N Y.C C Chapman, 7.30 p. m. (standard.) '
enabled them to avail themselves of the courteous Jas Ogle Jr New York; Charles Wilcox, Minneapolis FRED
Collector C. V. took the first ; Office at my store, next door to Palmer'sDrug
J Deputy Hillyer, vitation extended to them by Mr.Kit- ; S J Marden; Carrie Marden J W Cummingsand "
t honors in the primary department at the wife Newark N. J.; J Berdan and wife, Pat- Store, Centre street. W.
i telle, and the committee who carried out erson N J.; Wm Robertson and wife,Sandusky 0.; WM. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk.
,.. close of the public schools in this city this with marked success the recherche"pro- II Barnum, Danbury Conn.; M Travers and daughter Fernandina, Fla., March 20, 1884. :3t HOYT & CO.
I' week. London. E P Wildman, Whitesville NY.;
gramme of vocal and instrumental music Hon. George Malloy, Brooklyn L L: D C Hogan
: A constant improvement of the railway Houston :Mo.; E H Comweane and wife, Mr Girardand NOTICE.
rendered of the of the hotel
by some guests wife, New York; J D Smith,HamiltonNY.;
: lines of the Florida Railway and Navigation assisted by our home talent and the orchestra F H Whitney, Atlantic Iowa; John E Woodson, For the Best Family Groceries,
Company is going on under :Mr. Henning's and Golden Troupe, Woodbury; A K Hammond, IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
NOTICE Send to Fred W. & Co's.
of the hotel. Where all did so well, and Hoyt
Jacksonville; E H Hopewell, Portland Me.; JohnE with a resolution passedby
J i. able management, and SuperintendentMaxwell's contributed so largely to the enjoyment of Hopkins, Atlanta; J H Brooks, Baltimore; J W the City Council at its special meeting Goods Delivered to
Gebhart West Chester Pa.; E D Nelson, Wm S All Parts of the City
;. i vigilant and energeticsupervision. the audience, it seems almost invidious to Jenkins, Mrs J Lambert, Miss M L Jenkins, New held Wednesday, March 19th. 1884, the following Free of Charge.
Our harbor presented a very lively appear- make individual mention of the distin- York; Dr Jas Jenkins, Philadelphia; C B Achi1lis officers will be voted for at the elec-
;i. and wife, Rochester N Y.; Thos Philpot and wife, tion to be held on Monday\ April 7th, A.
; ance in the early part of this week. The guished amateurs. Still with a desire to Macomb, Ill.; Q C Ward and wife, Lallarpe Ill.; D., 1884, for the ensuing year:

: : Mallory steamship State of Texas, Jay "link our memories with sweet sounds," Andrew Fisk, Bath Me.; J W Braddock wife and One :Mayor,
child, Bay City Mich.; Counsellor Harrington, M
Gould's steam yacht Atalanta, the U. S. we find our programme marked with a Healy and wife, Brooklyn N Y.; S M Caldwell and One Clerk, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Grain, Feed,

I, steamer Boutwell, and the U. S. steamer grateful asterisk after :Mr. Leech's renderingof wife yule,Go.Hartford Conn.; Lulu Livingston, Thomas- One Treasurer.One Tax-Collector. Wholesale and Retail,

Fish-Hawk all being in the harbor at the the Rose and Nightingale. In Le Revcii EGMONT.Mr One Tax-Assessor, by
Fred W. Hoyt & Co.
same time. the excellent yoice and musical culture of and Mrs Henry Walter, E E Kisby, E A Carter One Marshal,
A E Haynes, J Altmayer, E B Kinto, Hiram Five Aldermen. .
l Mr. R. W. Southwick, agent of the:Mallory Mrs. Bradford ,gave excellent opportunityfor Jelliff and wife, Edwin M Foy, Clarence H New, The polling place for Precinct Nou t, New
J C Dennis and.wife Mr and Mrs J B Wilson, C T
.J Line of steamships, received advices from refined rendition. Nor must we forget Churchill, II G DeForest and wife, J F Knapp, F Town, will be at the Mayor's Office on Third

4 the New York office yesterday to the effect kindly mention of Miss Waterhouse and Mr. A Cosgrove Dr and Mrs G S F Arnold, Miss Arnold Street, and the following persons have been Lime Plaster Cement Hair Shingles,
Mr and Mrs W C Dunton R C McCall,Mrs W appointed by the of this ,
Thorne who each in their' allotted Mayor as inspectors
that the and strawberries which ,
: vegetables parts Nails, and other Building
: M Gawtry, :Miss Gawtry. F II Sloan, D S Banks, Precinct: W. H. LeCain G. Starke and
well. in well- Mrs C A Banks, A J Arnold New York R E Dem- Material at Fred
ti went North by the San Antonio last week, pleased so Major Duryee, a ; John Gordon.At .
mont &wife, W S Chamberlin &wife, E C F Rel- W. ,&
::1 arrived in excellent condition. chosen solo, and again in the duet with lee, Mr and Mrs Wm L Candler, Boston ; F M Gil- Precinct 2, (Old Town,) the polling Co's.Hoyt

: .; The Fortuna of Nassau Mrs. Bradford, gave evidence that his voice pin, Mrs PetersonPhiladelphia; F M Scott, wife place will be at C. J. Westburg's store, and
: 't pleasure-yacht three children and servant, Mrs E C Caswell, Miss the following persons have been appointed as
', dl N. P., arrived in port yesterday, having on has not lost its unusual fine timbre since Caswell, Atlanta, Ga; Jno Millbank, Mary Mill- inspectors : Richard E. Edden, Win. F.
,- last it fortune bank, Chillicothe, Mo; A W Comstock, wife and
was our to hear him. The
i ." ,', board her owner, H. S. Hove)', and a party daughetr, Miss D Kelly, Alpena, Mo; T J Linkins, Courter, Romeo Denegal.By .
'.' J' ',,' of friends. Mr. Hovey will make an extended well-chosen trio Salve Regina brought a George C Tracy,W Grayson Mann, Savannah, Ga; order of the City Council. .
A charming concert to a most successful con- P D Kenison, Frank Q O'Neill, Charleston, S C; WM. F. WOOD, JR., City Clerk. FURSITUnE.RED
i : ; : tour of the State, during which time R Pitcher, W P Denslow, D F Gewn, Poughkeepsie Fernandina, Fla., March 20, 1884. 3t &; CO.
1 r the Fortuna will remain in our waters. clusion. N Y: C L Robinson, W S Wagstaff,Mrs Hurter
,:;: The parlors were prettily decorated with and three children, 0 M Crosby, Mrs Tabor, Mrs
/ i, i. The State of Texas left; Thursday evening Clark, Mrs Hall Jacksonville; C E McPhelemy Valuable Orange Lands for Sale
.. our semi-tropical flowers and foliage. while M McPhelemy, Danbury, Conn ; J L Roberts andwife
: ; f r\l ; last with forty passengers and the following the corridors and two daughters and son, Bernardville, N J; Tracts containing twenty acres each of
'\ : 400 logs cedar, 477 cases cedar 300 ample spacious verandas J K Stetson and wife, Bangor, Me; C C Stratton, choice, high hammock land'on Orange Lake The &Co's.Best .
, tJ cargo offered a delightful promenade, cooled by Macon, Ga; Monroe Sheire, wife ond son, St Paul, suitable for orange growing and truck farm- Hoyt
barrels rosin 20 packages hides and skins Minn R T Waters and wife Baltimore, Md JnoP
; ; Flour, W.
i'f. ing are now offered for sale. These landsare
the grateful sea-breeze, perfumed by the ,
Logan ank wife, Edwin Howell, Philadelphia
20 53 16 Choicest Fred
:" packages vegetables, cans shrimps, blooming orange trees by which the hotel is J J Simmons and wife, Miss Mary Selby, Charles very conveniently situated for transpor-
t :i. boxes oranges, 96 packages merchandise, 2 Tobey, J Cory, J Fortune, wife and two children tation, by water orrail, and will be sold on Meats at
i strawberries. surrounded. So successful was the enter- John J Glover Chicago; Mr aud Mrs D H terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unques- and Goods
I refrigerators tainment that we trust it will not be the Houghtaling, Miss Moms htaJin, Brooklyn, N Y; tionable. Also valuable timber lands in Most Reliable Canned
Alex Pitscin, L M and wife, H E Morris, -
The East Florida Seminary Record makes last musical reuniou of the season at the Fred Morris, lrs'J G Bean, J 0 Home and wife, large bodies. G. R. FAIRBANKS,
:i the following mention of our young friend Egmont. Pittsburg, Pa;, Frederick Butler and wife, :Miss February 16, 1882. Fernandina, Fla. MRS. DR. WM. BAKER'S
Gertie :Meill A E Butlei Lawrence, Mass Mrs C : :MAGNETIC LINIMENT.No
i Master Eddie Williams, a lad of only six THE PROGRAMME.PART : C Cobb, Mrs Hitsle R T Miller Mrs 0 G Kien- humbug. A sure cure for Rheumatism -

:TH* teen, son of :\1. A. Williams, Esq., of this I.OVERTURE. busch, Jennie Kienbusch!' Cincinnati;Mrs FredW Amelia Beach Deafness Malarial Fever,
a it .-Romantique,......................Kela Bela Miner, F R Miner, S H Miner, Edw Bacon and I Neuralgia, Catarro,
cih': THE IDLE HOUR is again under the I Nervousness, Chills and Fever,
--- _Egmont, Orchestra. wife, New Loridoti; Conn; Will L Thompson, J W open,
, AI'i Class E consists of fifty members of all SONGS- a. Longing. Thompson and wife, East Liverpool; Sirs Kim- supervision of Mrs. Sweeney, who will be i I Quinsy. Diphtheria, etc. Price, two dolors
, ly sizes and is divided, according to merit into {b. Rose and the Nightingale, ball, Wm Kimball, Littleton, Mass; J C Hurter pleased to receive her old friends and the per bottle. For sale at 184 Duffield street.Brooklyn .
l' Mr. Leech. (Rubinstein Montgomery, Ala; D W C Rowland, Louisville, Choicest N. Y. and at & Co'sdruS
public generally. fish Horsey
; two sections of twenty-five each, among all SONG.-LeReveil, ....................................Wekerlin Ky; B G Brown, Lowell, Mass: James H Flynt, oysters, etc., t Fernandina F13CASH.
-J of which :Master E. R. Williams is the first Mrs. Bradford.CoaaETSoLo.SeaFlower Duluth, Minn; T F Barry, Montreal; S Blinds- constantly on hand. tf. I store. Address Box 176 _

: in proficiency. This is speaking well for ...'................Rollinson dell wife and three daughters, Chicopee; Hugh -
l .. : our friend, considering his Mr. Colby. Finlay, London, Eng; S A Bradbury and wine,
young age. DCET.-Night in Venice,............................Arditti Newport, R I ; J A Pullan, Cleveland 0 ; II E J
y j : Jay Gould's splendid yacht and steamship Mrs. Bradford and Major Duryee.PART Bowrdman and wife, Iowa; J D Kerr' Norwich .
''' II. Conn ; Chas H Kellogg, St Augustine,Fla; II B
'Atalanta returned here from Havana on the READING.-The Organ Buflder..Miss Waterhouse Thistle and son, Orange, N J ; W L Kinsman,

4'' ...r 15th, and remained in harbor' several days, SONG. Speed on ..........................................Rockel Cambridge Mass; R R Goodell, Michigan; E 111Graham.
t., Mr. Horne. Manatee, FIa; It J Ely, wife and son,
.: 1 R while Mr. Gould and his family made an SONG.-That Knows No One but I..............-Reigg Suffolk, Va; L R Stelle and wife, Utica, NY; II
h. I excursion the.St. Johns Major Dury ee. B Crosby and wife. Pat(' *o'1, N J ; P Fort and son, >,
..: up rivet. Fernan- VIOLIN SOLO.Kujawiak..........?.........-'Wleniaski Albany, N Y. ,,.' ,.
; dina is the only port on the eastern coast Mr. Sharpie. -- ----- aLd.
J' TRIO.-Salve Regina............................?.Rosewie ., 2I
affording sufficient draught of water for the c.
; Mrs. Bradford, :Messrs. Duryee'and Home.A. Xottce to Taxl.ayers.I ..
Atalanta. The importance of our harbor asa J. Foskett, Conductor and Pianist. am now "prepared to receive the taxes

:J. .: harbor of refuge is appreciated by sea-far- for the city of Fernandina, assessed for the ;.tn.a4-zd

: ., ngmen. Death of Mrs. Ann F. Cooper. ;year 1883, J. MEDDAUGH, :" >, c ,

:: Mrs. Ann F..Cooper, mother of Hon. M. .v.- City Tax Collector. .

y* : .. i'Apron and Seck-Tte Party. R. Cooper, of this city, died in Jacksonvileon Fernandina, December 15,1883: : : : ; ;

i. .: : An apron and-neck-tie party will be given Friday oflast week. The funeral services, ,.'.. .J' a2ada .

rf : by the ladies of the Methodist Aid Society which were held next day, were attended bya 1,000,000 Brick for Sale, .___ : xV
'! large circle ,of mourning friends. Our At the lowest cash Size of Brick .
U : at the residence of Mr. M. A. Williams on heartfelt price. ',. AVs.
sympathies are extended to the be-
25x4x8 inches. C. C. STRATTON: & Co.,
it ;;' .,' Tuesday evening next. Refreshments, consisting reaved family. 46-4m Macon, Ga.
i ti: IJ of ice cream, cake and strawberries, The citizens of Nassau county will learn V f

.-n ': ,, 5 't will be served at moderate prices. The proceeds with regret of the death of Mrs. Ann F. For Sale.A "o' VV

.,; ,' of the entertainment will be devoted. Cooper, relict of General James Cooper, second-hand liano.Vill be sold cheap ." 4 i.

Ia, o the improvement of the church building formerly a' distinguished citizen of this if applied for soon. For further information -, -.
at the office of 1'i
: apply
t ; ; All are cordially invited. : county, and mother of Hon. Charles P. THE MIBROB.

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