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 29, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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STATE NEWS.Hernando. of our market gardeners, who only 4 a half XEW YORK GOSSIP.A f -

mile from Outside of her musical culture she possesseda RIVER
the city has over twenty acres / AND HARBOR LOGROLLING. -

planted in vegetables, and finds sale charitable disposition and kindness of .
ready, BLAINE
that the hands have been STORY-A 'NEWSPAPER
understand DINNER heart
U'e rarely to be found in
of all he raises.-St. days when WASHINGTON
Augustimi&Press.REMINISCENCES. March 21. Mr.
engaged and everything in readiness to push TINKERING WITH THE ELEVATED RO.\DS- singers and artists generally are scarcely the committee Willis, of

the International Railroad DEATH OF'A NOTED on rivers and harbors, was
the work through on anything but sordid
money-grabbers in business
(or more commonly known as the Gor- To the Editor of the Mirror: matters. No visited today by a delegation] of citizens of
struggling little church
don road), which: connects with the Florida Now for a few words about our great Flor- .NEW YORK, March 2"2, 1884. no little society with benevolent aims Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee, appointed
Railway & Navigation Company. This is ida industry, orange culture. The first man At a public dinner not long ago conversa- appealed] to her to sing at their concerts ever in by a recent convention' at Chattanooga to

good news for our citizens in the neighborhood to plant a tree in Hernando. In 1843 Joshua tion turned upon public men, and among vain. She was never exacting, and is memorialize congress; for the improvement

Siimterville. who have not thus far .Stafford brought a box containing i dozen others Blaine was discussed. I do not the time that she not alone sang for many noth- of the Tennessee River. In reply to the-

ta steel the sweets of trmsportntion.-'Ve young orange trees from Madison county ; think that Blaine wiltever be the nominee ing, but paid her own expenses and contrib- statement of what the delegation wanted,

these he planted on Stafford Prairie. Next I of the Republican said Mr. Willis outlined the policy of his com-
hear that a stock company is being formedfor party, the speaker, uted a little donation besides. '

the erection uf a fir class hotel in Lees- year, 1844, Captain "".Tucker planted sweet. and yet he is by far the ablest and strongest The Board of Health will probably mittee. He said that the estimates of the

bur We understand that. they contemplate ,orange seed on his place on the! Tucker minded man in the ranks. Why: ? becausehe take action against the Jew quarter,soon the engineers called for the appropriation of

erecting; it on the corner opposite Collins & prairie. This grove is now known as Alpha is magnetic and intensely" l liked by a great Ghetto of New York. This district extends $40,000,000, but the committee had determ-

Watts' :""tt'm. We think this one of the most Vista, and is the property of Messrs. Inglis many others who fear }\\lm. Somehow the from Grand to 'Division streets, and from about ined to limit the amount recommended' to

doMrabUlocations for a hotel to be found, fe Drew. idea prevails that Bl'ncpnnishes every injury Christie to Essex street. Here tens of $10,000,000. In order to bring the-

In 1849-50 Mr. Yulee done him ,amfuhat bill within this limit, the general
commenced his he policy to
and h<,1 pt- the company will decide upon never forgets, thousands of poor Jews are huddled together be
I grove on the Homosassa and here is and I don't know but pursued would be to give in each
building; :magnificent hotel on that lot.Iscdurg .-- right a what this view is many of whom have never been case

News. good place to give a true account of the correct. And yet .thattman; is as tenderhearted outside of the district about one-fourth of the amount estimated.
celebrated Homosassa orange. This river is as a child,'* and the affectionate have they for. It would not be possible to du this in
has had may resided in it for
:Mr. Van Petten to suspend years. They the
peculiarly beautiful, and C. T. Jenkins, one manner in which he holds his mother remembrance bring with them all their I case of the :Mississippi River, the improvement -
well-digging operations, one mile west of traditions from
of our eminent pioneers, had been casting is marv )ou"3. I remember Poland of Hell)) Gate, and some of the
town for the want of fuse. At the depth of a Germany and Russia. They are
longing eyes in that direction with a view good many years ago, th t.lVas. present at a filthy! in their habits most important'rivers and harbors. )[r..
3; feet he struck a solid flint rock, and will I and this together; with Willis
of making; a permanent improvement. In little dinner given .:\Ir1? Blaine. The partywas that expressed the opinion that the
have to blast it if he goes deeper. He has overcrowding makes this region one of
1853 he purchased the donation of P. Peterson not large, and s somehow we all grew the most dangerous amount allowed to the Tennessee river would
Mint for the requisite materials, and will breeding spots for dis- be somewhat
a Dane, who had settled on and ac- confidential. Gentlemen,' said Mr. Blaine, ease imaginable. larger than the pro rata sum,
move on the Chinese Empire and the black Typhus fever is growing which
quired title to the land'. Mr. Peterson came 'some people thin me tremendously clever he had suggested. The oppositionto
ila- at an early day.-Mr. A. A. Webber prevalent, and'should it once
from St. Marks, Fla., to Homosassa, and his while others consider.'ute no better than an secure a, firm foothold here river and harbor bill," said :Mr. '\'iI-
work down drive there is l limit
has at putting u well. no "
lis. has been
wife brought and ] ass. I think that'neither' fostered by the New
planted some orange seed view is right, butI to the extent the York
All wont smoothly for 46 feet when he epidemic might reach.
; from that of believe papers in the, interest of the railroads" ,
place. Three the trees lived that I have fair average qualities. The streets The
struck limestone, which he penetrated 4 feet are horribly filthy. The gutters railroad
without much difficulty. He and thrived. I do not know just when, Now, whatever I havjTof mind and energy, are filled with vegetable and animal offal interests of the country are striving:

next encountered these seeds were planted, but the trees were I owe it to my mother: It, was she, her example and the stench is in every way to prevent the development ofa
solid flint frequently
rock which end overpowering.
put an bearing in 1850, when Mr. Yulee commenced and her words1,, that made a man of The Jew butchers have system: of water-ways which will be a
his well he did feel their cellars filled
to flowing project, as not
planting his grove of sour stumps. ThroughMr. inc. Her name *a.3-G'llespie! and she was with live fowl and the perpetual check upon their freight charges ;
scenes in these
like investing; a diamond drill just to bore sub- and the most
Hahn, his gardener he an Irish effective way of doing this
applied for and woman. Byfethe. way, he,added, terranean Vaults, filled ,
hole. Jlfooksville as
hue Crescent. they are with
got permission from Mr. Peterson to take changing the subject so as to avoid appearing crates they think, is: to excite prejudice against the
[From these experiments, as well as those containing poor feathered prisoner river and
buds from the fine sentimental 'hotels harbor bill.. In to
seedling trees on his 'i if that Irishmen a sug-
,are repulsively cruel
made at Gainesville it that Florida not to
say uncleanly.
appears place ; with these he budded his sour stocks. never or seldoriY. b!:( c/me Republicans ? I One of these butchers gestion from one, of the delegation that the-
rests: upon a flint rock at no very great depth, last week .had in his importance of
During the war the original seedlings were should think that coming, from the land of cellar Tennessee River improve-
under tenement
a house
and that less
the no than
is that "
strong probability
any destroyed by neglect and fire. I3y the latter the oppressed they wouldnaturally]) take to 400 and ducks. ment demanded that the full amount of theengineer's
Wiip cjnal on a tide-water plan will have to geese Imagine the shrieks '
scourge Mr. Jenkins lost his comfortable and become one with. the party in of estimate be given Mr. Willis
encounter this almost insurmountable ob- power the poor birds, and think of the odor. "
home as well)) as his valuable and than with that which has said : That may he true, but a hill mftkin-
le- not had
."."...",1.,...J 1 now strength I was down-- .. .- .fw-. -If1-..!-0.1 4L1........ .". n..S..........",. .T& 1.n,1
brated trees. I have made this statementto enough to raise its head for than.a dcv 'Hill appropriation for that purpose alone-
l'utnaJJt.We .' more to beat a hasty retreat, fur, I found
'. myself would
only the
correct an error of my friend Mr. Ilobles cade. '- get votes of Tennessee
arc glad to see by our valuable exchanges \ '\, getting sick::, and my stomach is not weak,
in of the :\Ir. Kentucky, Alabama and
one Tampa papers a few months Cyrus W. Field introduced a novel Georgia. The

that throughout Florida the promises ago, in which he states that Mrs. Cooley feature into newspaper:; life. He invited either. One of these butchers openly boasted committee, in addition to framing a bill to

of past years have ripened into a harvest for wife of Captain Wm. Cooley, }had introducedthe the staff of his paper, the Mail and Expressto that the Board Health would not interfere help the improvement of the Tennessee of
all our people. Real estate commands with him, as he had bribed them. This is
ready a Hell
trees. This is all a mistake. There was dinner at his house iu, Grammercy Park. Gate, and of Mississippi, must bear '
sale at good prices everywhere, and even the matter which will probably also be investigated in mind
that in
no Mrs. The affair order to
Cooley when Wm. Cooley came to was entirely of a social nature, and secure these im-
cold, the effects of which much : for property owners within the district
were so Hernando county, which was in 1842. In all talk of" the,shop was tacitly tabooed.Mr. provements, it must report a bill that would

dreaded, has furnished renewed encouragement that year he opened a store at the head of Field showed himself genial host and who are not Jews arc finding their real pass the House." This is a confession by

by demonstrating that such waves, the rt estate fast depreciating in value, as they Chairman Willis of the
Homosassa fact
river. Ccoley lost his wife a clever and interesting entertainer, and the no river
while unusual, are perfectly harmless. Tho ***'. cannot obtain desirable tenant in such
: sur and harbor
anp children at Fort Lauderdale on .the Atlantic dinner was therefore a complete success. bill can be passed which.docs.,'
growth of wood was checked but the roundings.
compensation coast in 1835 at the first breaking out. This example might advantageously be introduced not contain the usual number of local appropriations -
will be found in Thesale of the Commercial
a which
crop especially of the Seminole liar, lIe has often given by other inserted simply to procure-
heavy and of good quality. The insects infesting newspaper proprietors, was: up to the death of Hugh Hastings the votes.
me a most: graphic account of the murder of because will bring employer and
the trees were in some localities entirely I employedmore sole Arthur organ in the city, has been consummated -
his --- --
and children, and the massacre of en rapport with each other than -
killed, and the trees will be all the Frank meet- but as yet the changes in its ap- NEWS NOTES7A
Mathewsand his wife and ing at the office.
a daughterof Mr. Field, by the is
healthier for what was looked at the way, pearance and make-up are but slight. I un-
upon :\ by his first wife, and of his own more than pleased with his paper, which is severe tornado destroyed Scipio, in
time as a calamity. While we rejoice that i derstand that Mr. Isaac Bromley, who was
narrow escape from being burned to death entering upon a career of Ohio, with some loss of life.
her sisters have participated in her good for- success recalling made editor after Mr. Hastings death, and
on top of the Lauderdale light-house. Some the best of
days the old Severe
Express. cyclones in
tune, we believe Putnam has had more of of Frank Major who was so summarily deposed after a short Kentucky, .
Matthews' children are still Bundy is a vigorous and North Carolina
living conscientious and
edi- Georgia the 25th
the benefits of the reign, feels the sale on ,
season than any of her very sore over as the
in but
neighbors. Hillsborough county, I have digressedfrom tor, and the news departments are handled with much destruction of property and loss
Not only have many executors had promised him that if the
my subject ; some time I may tell you with an ability, skill and enterprise seldom of life.
with command of abundant capital settled paper was ever to be sold they would receivea
the story as it was told to me. Mr. Cooley to he met with in afternoon
within her borders, but her resources have journalism. bid from him. He secured strong finan- The bill for the extension of the periodfor

been developed and many enterprises of never planted any orange trees at his place The Legislature has again been tinkeringwith cial backing and stood ready to buy at a paying internal revenue tax on whiskiesin
while he
owned it. He sold the the elevated
to Dr.
moment to her future projected or begun. James railroads, and passed a higher figure than Mr. Godwin gave, at any store has been lost by a vote of 83 ayes.
planted three four bill
or the
sour or- extending commission hours
1'alatka] has developed in trade and size to a trees it. during time. Hence he regards the sale as a piece 185 ayes.
ange on They remained until after which the
company can charge only 5 instead of unwarrantable
Wonderful treachery.
degree. Her
houses The House Public
the close of the late war, when someone removed of 10 cents. From what I -- Buildings Committee
learn -
can -- -- -- ---
furnish goods where to interior towns on the linesof them from the old place. After Cap- however, the Governor will hardly sign the, I The temperance people of New York havebecome !' to-day agreed to recommend the erection of
Jacksonville and Savannahtwo tain Cooley sold the place he removed to bill. It is not a little singular that. the ele- really aggressive, and are working public building} Wilmington, N- C.,

years ago enjoyed the whole patronage, where with to Charlotte, N. C., and Key West Fla., the
Tampa, he lived until his death. vated roads should always be the great energy secure the passage of
and she has been enabled by the enterpriseof Mr. Yulee] special the high-license bill before the cost not to exceed $100.000 each.
her business was an enthusiast on the sub- object of attacks from legislators, and that now Assem

position!, on the men road to she take a commanding ject of his property, and many of his friends portion of the press which would pose as bly. They had a big meeting at ChickeringHall The Jacksonville Herald announces the- '

J. Her will henceforthtravel. were disposed to think him just a little anti-monopolistic. The price of fares is certainly the other night, heard speeches from death at Palalka of William L. Calhoun, a.

young groves are blooming on cracked but Henry Ward Beecher Dr. Howard grandson of John C. Calhoun and
late results have shown that he more than 'cheap when= the distance Crosby, also ourhis
every and
vegetable farms arc was wise before his day and time. As to the one can travel and the seed with which it Judge Noah Davis and others, and chose a mother's side of Benjamin II. Putnamaa .

lately encroaching I everywhere on the wilderness famous orange, I am much inclined to think can be covered are taken into consideration. Committee to go to Albany and work for distinguished Florida jurist who died sonicnn

1 r.a/atka.abandoned. to cows or wild beasts.Jews. .- that the .peculiar Inrvilifv-., nnrl----- siiil__n u lio__ u.u numb Tf Sl'ems fit nm Mint_____. fn--\-- .nnTilir...--..- finii1fl.. ..... .1't..>.>.ilT7A.....'" the bill. This bill is the outcome of a + 1 Q GI h AO.

St. Johns to do with the excellence of this famous what a benefit the elevated roads are only if meeting held a year ago to protest againstthe At the Consistory held Thursday the Popc-

The hotels orange. Had the seed been planted in poor they were stopped for a week. Mr. Field bold effrontery of the rum-sellers of appointed Right Rev. F. X. Leroy Archbishop -'

every place that, boarding-houses will and in fact soil this exceedingly fine variety of oranges put it very quaintly when he gave his view New York and their allies, the aldermen ; of New Orleans, and Right Rev. D.

have been filled accommodate guests, might never have been originated.-Krooksville of the demands of a certain portion of the indeed, liquor-sellers make up over half the Manucy, now of Corpus Christi, Texas,
week and overflowing the past Crescent. press at the time the Legislature passed the board of aldermen, and could therefore pre- Bishop Mobile.. Bishop Manucy is a resident
hundreds of
obliged visitors have been five-cent fare bill, which was subsequently vent the confirmation of excise commissioners i of St. Augustine, where he has many

room.: to go to other towns owing to lackof RAILROAD: NOTES. vetoed by the Governor. A number of reporters who were not in their interests. It is relatives and friends who will rejoice in his--

arc New hotels and boarding-houses ; went to his office to.inquire what he doubtless largely due to the agitation of the deserved promotion.The .

much needed, and no doubt will be THE Jacksonville Ti.mcs-Union that Church Temperance Society that it is
thought when now
vroctcd says the result of the vote was River and Harbor Committee has.

for and completed this summer in reading President "". Jerome Greene, of the Jacksonville annoudce .'and to ask him what the road proposed to take the appointing power from nearly finished the consideration of,' the- .

has next season's travel.-Dr. Carver St. Augustine & Halifax River Railroad would do. Gentlemen: said he, "I want the aldermen. The law is now before the River and Harbor bill. The total

purchased the lot at the corner of St. left Friday morning of last Assembly it had its appropriation .
*'ranch and week for you to promise to put down and print everyword though origin in the will probably be about $11,000,000 .
011 streets near!: the barracks, Daytona to make inspection with a view to that I say. The road will in future needs of New York city, is meant to apply divided the
winch among Mississippi, Missouri
the old house said to be theulde.t I. the immediate extension of his line of road run trains of three earsonly. to the whole State. Its provisions are much
Every Ohio
rivers and the
pur- Atlantic
house in St. principal Pacific
Augustine and near to Daytona. He has abundant more sensible than the usual
money, and chaser of a five-cent ticket will wholesale demands -
which withit Lake and Gulf
K the date The bill, it is-
palm leaning over the asks for no donations whatever, except the a With of temperance people. They are
wall familiar coupon. this he will) go to the thought will be reported about April 20th-{
in many a picture. The doctor right of way. If he gets this he will put the first car. where it will be cashed for 25 cents. that the price of liquor' licenses shall be

lot' t,promises but l } what to build near tlC: front of his road through as fast as it can be done, and He will then proceed to the second car, raised from $75 to $;)00: and other licenses Valuable Orange Lands for Sale'Tracts
ls we wish especially to commend complete it before the end of the summer. where he may help himself to from $30 to $250 and that the number of '
that champagne
he twenty acres each or
tear liwn, proposes to restore, and not to The Halifax river people may depend upon and salad to his heart's content. After having drinking places shall be limited to one for choice high hammock land on Orange Lake

as a landmark in that part of the city. he says. car where ----- -- .- -.--.-.-,-- ; are now offered for sale. These lands '

Wc commend, the example of Dr. Carver to -- -. -., "-----. ,'- sprays of perfumes will, be ar List of Letters < are very conveniently situated for transportation -

all tiiose! Who, <{ The Nursery.." 1 I'Ye ranged. After having been thus fully)) pro- Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi- by waterorrail, and will be sold on .
purchasing .
property 1 :i the vided for he terms to suit purchasers. Titles '
city liberty to oil areunques-
on which are old buildings whose asso- arc in receipt of The Nursery for April.It station. If get na, Nassau county, Florida,March 20, 188-1. tionable. Also valuable timber lands in .
any this does
eutioMx; carry us back toward the time of is published: by the ;Russell Publishing not satisfy the Persons calling for these letters mnst'say large bodies. G. II. FAIKBVNKS,

early! '(' Legislature] and the press, I shall be pleased advertised: February 1C, 1SS2. Fernandina FlatFor
ttlenment ,
can so easily while carry- Company, Boston, at the low price of$1.50 to hear further ,
"' ; OUt all suggestions. Allen Felix Green Florence
needed It is beautiful ,
improvements still per :rear a birthday
presentto ,
the old proSt'ivo Madame Anna Bishop. the sorprano, is Anderson, flag Haniy, N PAbbott. Sale

M I'irket buildings from destruction. make to any child. The plates are in the dead. For over a year she has but seldom L F .' Hawker, Henry On Amelia Island 88 acres of good rich ham"

!in :V': .gardening\ during the past few years highest style of art arid the typography is appeared in public on account of her age Blake, Mrs Celia Jhonson, Molly ; mock land, partly cleared, with improve- '
gustine has admirable. Baker Fortune I..unkinsIaj .
The' \'a't rapid strides. I' and waning power of her voice, but those Coot, Patsy ; Roe, Eddie ments. Por'further particulars apply to .>'

tahl's which amount and various kinds of vcgc- Amelia Beach % who remember her. in her best days will Cole, ,Ellen A Smith, Jordon; MRS. E.R. SCIIEER

are raised here, during'the Cadwell, J'M: Sheftall
\\11It hear with that she has Wm
('r season Tun IDLE HOCK is under regret joined the Cablel] Notice to Tax-1'aycrs. "< .
especially, are always sur1 -. again open, the Capt Harry L Scoth, Gilbert .
silent I
1'riming supervision of1 :Mrs. Sweeney who will be majority. Classical IIIUMO and oratorio Dixson Mrs I
visitors.. As instance ; Na.ncy. Stewart, Nellie am now prepared to receive the taxes",
an what t
111:1) be done in of pleased to receive her old friends and the owes much of its popularity to her interpretation Dares, :Allen Simmons, Dathaniel for the city of Fernaudiria, assessed for the-

demand] is' this respect, and what .the public generally. Choicest oysters fish, etc., of it and tp her tireless energy; in Eagels:: Kiasen Thompson, Wilbur:. year 1883 J. E. MEDDACGH\ .

wc may mention the case of one constantly on;hand. tf< encouraging reading a fondness for it. Ferguson- Silas 'Washington, Lettey -' City Tax Collector (, '
Sul LT. RIDDELL. P. 31. Fernandina, December io, 1833: 1




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i ; \\YHES I A DEAD.. phenomena'l as we hear of; occasionally I was not so wrapped up in science that: he i-losf,'' he said cIuir tly. '. ;; I! mind was made up. .

:;' in the domain of eiectro-Uioingy, us it is j was unable to enjoy the lighter }pleasure\ Inn very short time Aiiiy seemed to he .I. "Mr. Bartlett's a nice fellw-i isnt
.1 When I am dead lie) ,
': called. obtain so little scientific attention." "I'm afraid you didn't, though ; you Inok'lt'as feeling the influence of the operator) ; her i j I Amy ?" '
I would have the rude and gaping crowds
not "There's such a lot of humbug connected if yon had the blues" eyes closed, and she appeared to ,be fastasleep. I t : y es, but not so nice ns you.llr.
Around me gather and, 'mid lamentations I Spen-
,' :-s with it, suggested Wilkinson. Tom could not say that he had passed a cer."
: "Of course there is, but it has a sound pleasant evening. The truth was that Amy Is, she off?*' whispered Tom. "Tom," said Spencer "she
'' dopsn't
: Tell l of virtues and with vain regret mean
k my basis of fact. The science is in its infancyas had on that occasion danced several times "I think so. but we will leave her a few it."
a .Bemoan loss and leaving me, forget.
my yet, but it must_grow. It is a known fact with Bartlett a cousin and a reputed old minutes and make quite sure." "Silence !1" was Tom's reply:
But I would have the few of kindly heart,
'.' that one. mind can influence another even at flame of hers. Toni ,was.1 of a very jealous Can'she hear what we say?" I He continued to talk in J his
: assumed
t did
Vbo when misfortune came, so nobly character
.: : a distance is it not? disposition, and had taken offense at it without Oh, no of Spencer, the real owner of the
.!: : their part, I once; saw a mesmerist, and certainly he explaining; reason. Consequently "I'm half ashamed about it." said Tom. standing by helpless. name
':r: 1 J deeds their love
And oft express -
U by thoughtful seemed able to anything, but I thoughthe there had existed during the last few days a "Upon m\' word, I dons think she.really "I have not seen you much lately.;'

;: ) was only a conjurer." decided coolness between the lovers, and cares about Bartlett." Tom. said
( These would I have no less
": I. When I am, no dead more! Empirican generalization, unworthy of Tom.had hoped that on the present eveninghe "Wait a few minutes and you'll know for No ; Tom is so jealous. I say Jack, do
," you; remarked Spencer. "I won't quote might have a chance of making matters certain: you remember that lovely walk by

;" ,., When I am.dead, cases, though I might do so for a week, but smooth again.However Aftera few moments more and a power- last week ?" mOonlight

'" I would not have the high and storied stone just look at those books, they are full of Amy had not felt called upon ful pass or two. Spencer gently opened her Spencer could not stand this.

.I Placed o'er my grave, and then be left alone ; well-authenticated, scien tificaily-cond} uctedexperiments. to allude to her conduct, and she had not eyes, which were quite fixed. Tom, on my honor," he said, I
\. I would have I did ." "There she is he said to Torn.h was
But ,
: r some things once done so. you see, out of town the whole of I last week."

'\ love, He took down from a shelf Darwin's He wanted a confidant, and so he began Are you certain she's off?" "So you say," was the contemptuous re*

I ,', Ere I did leave the joyous world above, "Zoonomia." Macknish's 'Philosophy of monopolize the talk ; it was his turn. He :For reply Spencer gave her ear a pinch. ply.

:' Placed over me. And each succeeding year Sleep," and several volumes of the Revue told Jack the whole story, confessing: his You see she is absolutely unconscious," "You told me then you liked me;' continued .

a I'd have my friends renew them, and oft Scientifique." jealousy of Bartlett and asking his advice. he said ; you might cut off her arm and Am ..

linger near, "Now," continued Spencer, it is proved "My dear boy," said Spencer, "there'sonly she would not feel it. What shall I ask "Tom," interrupted Spencer "if I never
.' With the dear laid that the mesmerizer control the will her?"
loving thought upon one can one course open to you. You are making speak another word-"

: below, the actions, even the belief of his subjects ; yourself miserable by this uncertainty ; "Ask her about the ball," suggested Tom. "You won't if you don't keep silent

And talk of times departed long ago, if he gives him a draught of water he can why not decide once for all whether Miss "Very well ; I'll make her believe she is now," was the savage retort. "Why. Amy.

i, When I am dead make him} believe it is champagne; if he Durant cares for you and e you only?" at the Kesterton's dance. Miss Durant !" so I do," he said to her.

-'J,, When I am dead, gives him an ink-bottle he will smell it and How can I ?" Yes," replied Amy dreamily. Then won't you kiss me Jack, as you

Forgive-Oh, this I pray far more than all- think it a lovely rose." '. Easily enough. We will get her in here, Can you hear what I say?" did then?"

"' The anguish I have caused, the deed beyond "Have you seen these experiments?" I will mesmerize her, and while she is in the II Yes." Tom left her with a bound and seized

: recall. asked Wilkinson. trance we will ask her if she cares two straws Do you know who I am ?" Spencer, by the collar.

Think kindly on me as I lie so still, "Seen them? Why, I've made, them/' about Bartlett" ." No." You abominable villain !"

3o poor a subject for an angered will. Wilkinson looked up astonished. "It's all very well for you to talk in this You ought to know my voice," said "Let me go !" shouted Spencer, "or I'll

'; 'Think of some generous deed, some good Yes," said Spencer, that's why I feel easy way ; yon don't know what it is to be Spencer. "I'm Tom Wilkinson.!' smash this bottle on your head !I"

word spoken such an interest in the business. I possess jealous.:' "I say, Jack=' interrupted Tom. Wilkinson gradually relinquished his

Of hearts bound up I found all sad and the power of mesmerizing to a considerable ., Don't I," exclaimed Spencer. Remember "Shut up! Have you enjoyed the even- I hold.

broken ; degree, and I cultivate it} every chance I get. Nellie:' ing?" : What have you to say for yourself?" he

I Think gently, when this last long rest is Have a little more whisky?" But how can we get Amy here?" asked "Very much," was the eager reply. asked. "Are you satisfied with your scientific -

mine, "Thanks, I will." "Wilkinson.'What possible excuse can we Have you danced with Mr. Bartlett to- experiment?"

Of course you will," replied Spencer, have for asking her?'' night ?" Tom "
F And gaze upon my form with looks benign, said Spencer earnestly, no one
l I '" with a satisfied smile. "I decided that whilewe We don't Yes, several times and I'm engaged to
When I am dead ; want one, replied Spencer, could be more surprised at the way things
were talking. Influence of one mind confidently ; "all we have to do is to will him for another waltz." have turned out than I am it is -
-- -- ------- ; contrary to
1 A SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENT. over another, you see" that she shall come." "Ah, I see him coming," said Spencer; every scientific law-I can't explain it."

Wilkinson made a hasty exclamation. He "I don't believe it." I must resign you, [ suppose." "But you shall explain it

f' Tom Wilkinson had looked forward to was rather averse to being experimented on Let's try," suggested Spencer. We Now," he whispered to Tom, quick, longer friends-we are rivals.:' ; we are no

the evening of the 17th of December with in his own way.: may fail, I acknowledge, but we can try.:* here's your chance ; I'll make her believe "I deny it !" cried Spencer ; "I deny that

J: some amount of pleasure. He was to spend How is all this going to help you in doc After a moment's.jhesitation Wilkinson you're Bartlett." I aspire to the affections of Miss Durant.

it at the house of his friend Jack Spencer, of toring?" he asked. assented. Tom came forward. There is some incomprehensible

i Guy's. Not only that, but Spencer's aunt, "Simple enough. Induce a state of trance; Now." said Spencer, "concentrate your "Can I speak in my natural voice?" he about this ; let us ask /Miss Durant mystery}herselfto

who kept house for him, had been kind give your patient some water; make him be- mind and will strongly that she shall come." asked. explain it.:'

.t enough to ask Amy Durant, Tom's fiancee, lieve it is the medicine he requires, and it Tom knitted his brows and willed. It "Yes ; but try and talk intelligently, like "Yes, we will do so ; undo your miserable

f to come as well. Tom had but few opportunities will have the same effect. Or if an operationis would have been an amusing sight for any Bartlett." spells."

+ of meeting Amy, so he naturally required you can perform }it during the spectator. Two young men, with eyes fixed I But Tom could only make a few vapid Spencerproceeded, to go through the usual

"was glad of this one especially-but the trance, as he is quite insensible to pain." and hands firmly clinched, were bent forward observations, till Spencer told him to begin process by which mesmerized (
persons are
if. reason why will soon be manifest. But can you always induce this trance?" in an attitude of intense suspense, dancing, as he was making Amy believe thewaltz restored to their normal condition. Forsome

However, for some reason or other, he "That's a weak point, but in time we doing apparently nothing. had begun. Tom put his arm round reason it had not its usual effect. Amy still

did not greatly enjoy himself. Miss Spencer, shall get over that. I can influence four i "Are you willing," asked Spencer, after a her waist, and slowly moved her round the remained unconscious.In .

: having taken the somewhat bold step, for people out of {h"l'Jiss\ Durant, for instance time. room. spite of Spencer's efforts to conceal his

. :: her of inviting the lovers to her house, did would be a very good subject. .. Willing as Barkis was the response. "I haven't often had this pleasure to- anxiety, Tom soon discovered that all was

,,"! not see fit to leave them alone for an in- Wilkinson sat silently smoking for a few Keep it up." night' he said, speaking in his character of not going l properly. When some minutes

stant. : minutes. Apparently the mention of Amy's They kept it up for some time without re- Bartlett. had elapsed, and no sign of returning con-

!, Jack Spencer scarcely saw the fun oflJav,1 name had turned his thoughts into another sult. Then just as Wilkinson, was about to Oh, how can you say so, Mr. Bartlett, sciousness appeared,it would have been nardto

; Tom up to spend an evening trying to channel. resign, Spencer.exclaimed : this is the third waltz you've had.. say which was the more alarmed.

: j: be alone with Miss Durant ; so, after an He half wished he were back in the room Hark !I" Tom looked daggers at Spencer, who en- Shout in her car," suggested Tom.

I ;: hour's insipid music, and more }insipid} conversation where she was sitting. Then he thought of I shan't be long," said a voice in the distance couraged him by a look to go on. It was tried without effect. "Willing"

1, he drew Tom out of the room on recent events, and determined that he would Aren't you afraid Mr.\ Wilkinson will be seemed to have lost its power. "Amy !:

,.-1 A very weak pretext and dragged him off to IJ show that he could enjoy himself without Then came the sound of a door being jealous?" Amy !" was cried in vain by the frightened
1 his den." her. Oh let him be if he likes "
closed. said Amy ; lover, who would have been ready to mur-
Look here, Tom, I've had enough of that The two friends were soon in the midst of By Jove, she's coming !" cried Spencer. "don't let us talk about him ; let's talk der the operator on the spot, but for the

f cackle. Come, and have a smoke." an animated discussion of their former sub Quick, Tom, hide away those things." about something pleasant knowledge that if he could't waken her no

'f hI dons care if I do ; but I'm afraid Amy ject. Spencer told of various curious experiments The whisky-bottle and glasses were hastily; ., You dare to-" burst out Tom ; but one could

:)" ,,\'on'ltJI31fHke my leaving her:' in which the operator had ques smuggled into a corner, and the pipes shied Spencer put his hand. over his mouth and "Try some water," suggested Spencer;

Quite a mistake ; don't flatter yourself tioned his victim on all sorts of subjects, obtaining into the fireplace. dragged him away. "throw it in her face.".
;}I sb grossly. Besides, you'll l see plenty oflier to Then knock the door 'You had better leave
.. replies everything, even when the came a gentle at it to me, if you Tom seized the bottle, and was on the
,: when you're married. She'll get on vcr3T question was one which he would not have followed by a soft May I come in ?" can't control yourself," he said. "I must point of deluging her. when her eyes 'radti-

.: well with my aunt now they're alone and : wished to reply to if conscious. Spencer opened the door. make her believe that I am Bartlett." ally opened.

j- it strikes me you weren't getting on very This made Wilkinson remark that the "Excuse my interrupting," said Miss Durant You. had better take care what you are .. Where am I ?" she asked: drenmilIn ,\'.

...';, lbrilliaaitl Now, what's your particularweakness possession of this mesmeric ifL placed a vast but I thought you might want to I I doing, muttered Tom angrily. my room," replied Spencer reassuringly

'., -Scotch or Irish ?" power in the hands of the operator. smoke, so I brought Tom's cigar case which We must carry it through now we've ; don't be frightened.:'

t "Irish, please." Yes, it undoubtedly 1: does. :Fortunately, fell out of his pocket on the sofa:' started," said Spencer. "I remember
now you were going to mesmerize -
.. 'ft', Ah, I thought so." scientific men are the last in the world to "A mere excuse, Tom," whispered Spencer lie led Amy to her chair, and willing that me. Did you ?'*

,, .t. Why ?" asked Wilkinson. I generally take advantage of it for private ends.'' Miss Durant turned to go, but Spencer detained she should believe the dance ended, let her ""He did.: answered Wilkinson, and no
.:f take Scotch.. Wilkinson looked at his friend. her by saying : sit down. mistake."

". : :.'l r "Yes, I know" replied Spencer, without Did} you ever try it from personal motives "We were talking of :you Miss\ Durant, My dear Miss Durant," he said to her, "I've been having such funny dreams,"

.', ... volunteering any further information. ?" just as you came." i"Indeed how it pains me to see you engaged to suchan said Amy. "I thought I was at the Kester
. I' ;J.- In a few minutes they had put on easy Spencer looked as if he wished the question ?" unappreciative man Wilkinson:' ton's again.

: jackets, mixed their whisky and water, and had not been asked. Yes," said her lover, Jack has been You villain !" cried Tom, are you goingto Wilkinson whispered to
Spencer :
1 .settled down in easy chairs. "I don't mind telling you, Tom-I did letting me into a few of the secrets of his try and prejudice her against me before "I thought told remembered -
you me they never
r. : Now, :said:; Spencer, "what will you once. You remember Nellie :Fletcher?" profession. It seems he's a great mesmerist, my face?" what had happened."
: smoke? "Yes. I thought you liked her at one and was saying that you were a capable sub Will you be quiet? I'm Bartlett now, Spencer could only look
t I:: ;"i ',' rye some rather good cigars," was Wil- time." ject." not Spencer." puzzled. !
By this time
., ;,;l _l.i usouts reply, let me offer you one." "So I did, but I wanted to know if shirked e "Am I? I've never been mesmerized i in He is not a model lover,acknowledge," and Tom thought was it completely best to get recovered over :

: .r f. He put his hand in his pocket. me. I put her into a trance, with her my life. What is it like?" said Amy. the
**Confound it !1"' he exclaimed I must consent, and made her offer. She "The in the world necessary scene as soon as: possible.
an simplest saidSpcncer.
; thing
t : refused Ah, if I only had the happiness of v.hiss Durant," he said, "I am sorry I
: : have left my case in my great coat. me." You off into
only drop a kind ing how I could "
you appreciate you said must ask you a few questions, rendered
Ai: Never mind, old man, try this pipe ; it's "Didn't she remember anything about i of dream." Spencer.

: 1.; a beauty, got it from an American, whosei afterward?" "And then the mesmerist makes you do Ie But you, Mr. Bartlett, are not the only trance.necessary Did by you what dance yon said with during either your Mr.
i :'. leg I helped cut off for him at the hospital."1 Not atom. The best "
a' an of it is, that the what he likes. added Tom. one who does Bartlett or Mr. Spencer at the Kestertons?"
: Wilkinson took it, thinking at the same subject can't help answering absolutely How curious. I should like to it "
t -lit. truly try The two friends exchanged glances. What Of course-you saw me why do you ask.
time the recommendation was strange one uninfluenced a '
by said
etiquette or anything f Amy.
7 oAs was coming out next. such a question ?"
-.' ':*) *' What a jolly den you have," he said that sort. You're a lucky fellow, Tom, to "I'll mesmerize you with pleasure }if youlike. m "Go on." said Tom resolutely. Did you meet this man by moonlight
lie lit up. have been safe in proposing to Miss Durant ," said "
Spencer. "
Who else is there? asks Do "
Spencer. last
i *' one evening week ? asked! Tom fixinghis ;
Not so\bad. Don't let my aunt hear without having to experiment first." "You will be bound to answer all his you like him} much ?" her.

r :,i!- _you call it a den, though ; it's a stud)'." "Yes," was Toni laconic reply. questions truthfully," said Tom warningly Yes, but don't very tell Tom..' Amy eyes drew on herself
r Wilkinson laughed. No doubt about her up.
i liking you ? Amy looked rather annoyed. "
up "No, I won't. Who is it? "I refuse "
' to she said.
-t' By Jove, though, Tom, I do study now, "I hope not as we are engaged." One would imagine were of
you opinion "It's Jack "
' : Spencer"al "I have asked
,.-t suul mistake I'm of the } Spencer, went on
i no one coming "You're a lucky dog she's that
; a charming truthfulness was not one of my "Jack ?" he "
Spencer exclaimed. "I? "he denies it. but I believe falsely. I ask:.
J men, I can tell you. I'm going in for medicine L4 L- girl." characteristics "
she said. I'm
You No
-4 ; you are Mr. Bartlett.'V: you for the last time.'
} on a new theory. Wilkinson naturally assented, but did not of the test. "
Yes, yes, of course I am," said Spencer "I will not lower myself by replying to
"And how about
4 your practice while yon feel altogether pleased when "
; Spencer began "Shall I go on ? whispered' Spencer to He turned to Tom. '' I think we had better such a question," returned Amy, moving
are perfecting your theory? praising Miss Durant somewhat enthusiastic! Tom. / :
:?11 Oh, my aunt will buy me a practice fast ally. Yes Tom' stop now. toward the door.
said ,
desperately. Fire "
"Go on, replied Tom I insist. Asher k "Ah "
: ; cannot deny it burst out
Yes I'm
; enough. my boy, going to revolutionize He felt still less when Spencer ended by :'
away if she has danced with you to-night." Tom.II Oli have deceivedme
l medicine. No more doctoring up aman's saying : Amy, you basely
1 Amy was quite ready. Following Spei nSpencer obeyed. You have in
confessed unconsciously
that is vast. mistake. "
body a
; You don't know what a debt of gratitude icer s directions she seated herself
{ in a chair twice "
.' "Only was the sorrowful reply. your sleep, that don't care for me, but
l", What are you going to do, then ? you owe. I could make her think and fixed you
small "
you steadily on a disk "
eyes Tom said
Spencer, it's all a delusiona that others heart.
'. : e' *' Doctor his mind." own what you call your
up the meanest man on earth and I forbear." which
he the wall.
i placed on mistake. I only danced with her once Now I know the truth and I and
f : Wilkinson smiled : he did not quite seef' What do ?". ,
you mean "
l: "You'll be sure and wake me afterward? all the evening.!' "
what his friend was driving at. However, I mean she is} a splendid subject. I could she said. -" happiness forever. ,
Don't attempt to deny it," cried Tom. "Very well," calmly. [IJ t
replied Amy
r- : he had considerable interest in science, and easily gain complete control her "
over mind Oh, that's "
yes ; amatterofnoditlictilty.
You yourself told me she must speak the choose to act without cause.you .
t" still more in Jack Spencer's progress, so he and. continue the influence in the waking Amy settled down to the operation with truth." you so stupidly
f.. :,. asked to be further enlightened. state." j may do so.
remark that it was like being photographcl. "
But she isn't-It "'
Tli-re was nothing that Spencer wanted Wilkinson "Without cause ejaculated Tom sar-
began to feel uncomfortable, .,
.y, ,: ; 'pinmiaiiasui) attentive listener. He launched and changed the subject abruptly. Wilkinson Go un Wait a moment; make her believe castically.
stood behind her
anxiously that I am you. No nonsense, now." "Without repeated Amy. <'au
i ; out tinder full sail. Did you have a rood time at the cause
watching the of the
",,.",f. ":It's a perfect mtery to me, Tom, ..anl1I' ton's::; dance the other night?" while Spencer progress slow experiment, Tom looked threatening. Spencer obeyed 1, you listen to reason fora moment? though

.' ',' ."' I, .4 :I"I' you your eyest Wilkinson at once began. Evidently his When Mr. Spencer thought he had mesmerr11 -



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THE FLORIDA 1rTRRl1RrARMT. onized 1884. ... ', <- ,- -- .
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}mad simply shut lo induce The .,., .. ... -<,, ,." _
me, I m-v eyes attention of our readers is respectfullycalled ; >.0:< (1"""" E'" 'k .
I therefore heard LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.. I REAL : 'I" f.' :: : t ? :. -
the trance. your to the advertisement in another \X ; _: :. : -

conversation and gathered that I was to be column of I), M. Ferry & Co., Detroit Mich., ESTATE.'r. '

made the Suhjt>c* of an experiment to gratify the celebrated seedsmen. They do the PROCLAMATION. ,. :/ { ;:
,: : ._ ,
vour jealousy. I need not say I carefully largest business in their line in the United :.- ". .. '.--., '. ::. ..... r' ,;''i,_"'> _
acted as if! I were in a real trance, and did States ; raise the bulk of their seed on their OFFICE ) ; ; :e-f.:' ; : :: : ':. f.t f\': .u '
March 17EXECUTIVE 1SS4.j '. i- : :
both for _. .
; .
Uliwar"rantabieprucmlings. ,
mvbwtw i pay you your own farms, by the most approved methods, .,, :I', ,'", _:" ', :_;. ;" ,'.".-!,,,""" :?- '_ .';!- ';., THE FLORIDA : ;
; I hope I frightened and have obtained ; t-ii ;- ,-H ; '. ., ::'
a world-wide reputation Proclamation by the Governor :::: ; hf.t. :;" : 4)t. ::,

you well. Now. gentlemen, are you not for the quality and variety of the seed they : :,:; ,,> '" \-...- .. rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. i.H

ashamed of yourselves?" put upon the market, and their integrity in $200.00. '1r f -

penecr was the first to reply. filling all orders entrusted to them. Their ( ',;:\t. Fernandina, ,

-:\liss Durant I :have been a most iincomnromUing beautiful Seed Annual for 1884, scent free to .' ; ; ,

: scoundrel.! There is my arm ; all who apply for it, will be found of practi- To All Greeting W/wm: These Presents May( Cvmr, ,. ,, : .'t'I:/i> ,-!.,, Towns on R. R. Line.

kindly return, with tenfold interest, the call value'to all who desire to purchase seeds ; WHERE/g, It has come to my knowledge ". ..-, ,: ';;r'1':,' t, And Cedar
that Sam : Kej-
much I gave yon true to name. Bryant and Wm. Bryant are under
1 indictment for murder in Nassau t' : < ; ',.'
silent! it was not so for -- County, :
Tom stood : ; easy ------ }Florida .. .
At last he decided to throw HEADING. From a'! i"-y '. '
him to speak. Now THEREFORE I :
the 1st of January, 1884, to the 1st of Jan- '. :
himself upon her mercy.Amy. WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM. :.: ;,.', <,;: ,; Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large
nary, 1885, we are to have
.. an interesting
what can I say in extenuation ofuiv '
Governor of the State of Florida
succession of stirring events of I by virtue \ number of the
conduct?'' everyone of the power and authority vested in me by ; r' ; most eligible and desirable:

:. That. sir, is fur you to discover; it is not will wish to hear. Two military campaigns the Constitution and laws of said 1 State, do Lots, suitable :for Business
: are at present in progress-that of El hereby offer a reward of ; Purposes, or foK

mv;, I part have to none find excuses" said Tom you.humblv. Will} Mahdi in the Soudan and of the French in ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor ;,,, ? :: V ;r :. : ;>; City or Suburban Residences .

Tonquin-both of which are approaching the arrest and conviction of Sam Bryant; ,-
you forgive me? the critical and I do further offer a reward of : '" ; ,i{ C ;.;,' : : "
Perhapsconditionally.Any :: ." ..' : }point. The next session: of Par- ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ;. ,; ? : .;. UPON EASY TERMS. '>'
liament is be ,
'" to marked, acording to the announced .
like ,paid Tom ..
conditions you for the and -
arrest conviction of Win. ,
of Mr. Bryant ":"!" J' ;7" :- .' >
purpose Parnell by a bitter .l' Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
earnestly.\ struggle of the Irish Ix TESTIMONY WHEREOF 1 have here ; '
; nationalists '
.. Then" I ret is you\ are never, to be jealoussixain. their English and Scotch colleagues to to compel con- Seal unto of set the my Stato'to-hc hand; and caused affixed the at Great Tal : :f :,:;;; parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- :

cede to Ireland ; ; -' _...,.....;" .-,, ,; .
.. 'even" cried Tom.'hat else?" some measure of homerule.In lahassee the Capitol, this seventeenth ,,_ .:,. _:"; J:{;<:J:"':; ,:'">it -.:" ':.. rial enterprises, who will erect on the property
,. default of this Mr. Parnell }promises to day of )March A. D. 1884. : ;
That you are to forgive me if I have W. D. BLOXIIAM, Governor.
purchased substantial
employ his to improvements
following so obstruct the '
given you cause for jealousy, whispered

Atnv. "I won't do so again." transaction of parliamentary business as to DESCRIPTION : for residence, or in which to conduct their
render the presence of Irish members at St. Colored ; S.l1labout 21 years old,and Wil Florida Lands.
-\Vliy, my darling; you arc turning the Stephen's.intolerable. This insures liam about 23 years old ; height, about 5 feet; business.
programme -
tabK'on: me o inches ; weight about 150 pounds, and
a succession of exciting scenes in Par brothers.
Pl'rhapsfter all, she said softly, INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS
Jiaml>nt. The new reform bill which Mr. Tallahassee, Fla., March 18, 1884.1w
table turning is better than mesmerism. -
Gladstone proposes to carry during the session by exemption for a term of from
AH/ the car Hound.A All Whom it May Concern Tlie years :
of 1R8.1. will n''sf ,n 1niiliflo. ____!____ r_>.'voito._.._ Pei i iSX11it 1---- -- I
-- -- general interest in the United States, as well -\\TILL HEREBY TAKE NOTICE, taxation, offered by. the several cities and
That I, P. L. MURPHY, Administrator
as throughout; the British empire. Vastly of the estate of Patrick Murphy, de ANDTrOIical towns. Apply to

(yen John A. Ilalderman, minister to more interesting to American readers will be ceased, will make application to the Judge CHAS. W. LEWIS,
the discussion to take place at Washington of the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Circuitof Fernandina, -
Siain, has sent to Senator Butler from within the next few Florida -] Florida] [ 3-Office.
months over our own at Chamber, in chancery sitting, cog Beach.&7th! sts. ,
Dangkok a parcel of seed with the following ,reform bill. The Republican members of in the City of Jacksonville, Florida, in said J ,

explanation : "The seed i is of a vine that :the present Congress are opposed to tariff Circuit, on'the 2Gth day of February, A. D. J >' ; f, : ,< {..:,,t., J.'

reform. The Democrats, it is said are 1884, for a decree authorizing and empower RAILROAD COHPJWIES c.j' :, ". t ''
in Cochin China : : :
flourishes to the
grows divided l the ; : ;
majority of them favoring, the ing me, as Administrator aforesaid to sell t I :
length! of one hundred feet, bears one minority opposing it. Which will get the for distribution and dispose!: the following .., "

hundred pounds or more of grapes good for upper hand? Will the high-tariff Democrats described lands and real estate, situated and ARE OFFERING LANDS ,
cooperate with the Republicans to maintain being in the counties of Alachua and Levy, THE
the table or wine dies annually but
reproduces the present absurd law ? Or will the Demo- in said State, and in the Fifth Judicial Circuit COUNTIES OFf '
itself from the tuber. The germination crats act together; and send a reform tariff of Florida and beyond the limits of the I CURTIS 4t CO. .,

of the seed requires from two to three bill to the Senate which the Senate will decline Fourth Judicial, within which letters of ad ;r

months. It may be done in pots. The to pass? Every step of the struggle ministration were granted on said estate, ALAOHU REAL ESTATE AGENTS, '
!in the Capitol Washington will be watched which lands arc described as: follows :- ST. 3I RY'S GEORGIA
"plant/ thrives in warm and moist regions and with lively concern all over the country, In the town of Archer, in the county of

its t'as)111aits( : from May to November. Attempts and by the time Congress adjourns the pub- Alachua, said State-Lots one and two ((1 PUTNAM Loans procured, Mortgages negotiated,Exchanges -
to introduce it in Europe have lic mind will be ripe for the opening of a and 2)) in Block No. 17, and Lots 7, 8.and effected.

failed: as it yields to the slightest frost. Trya Presidential campaign 'which, it is safe to (seven, eight and nine) in Block :No. 23 Mill} S ites. Town Lots from 25 feet to 4'-
say, will exceed in warmth any of its predecessors ( twenty-three), according to the map or J> ARION:1 acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000"
few in your Carolinia garden and have since 18GO. The meeting of the plan of said town of Archer ; and in thetown acres, for sale.

I your friendsdo likewise. For;fear of being Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the of Waldo, in said county of Alachua N. B._"St.
2d of January and the Lots Nos. 9 and 10 nine SUMTER ANDHERNANDO Mary's having been selectedas
considered a Munchauscn. I dare not report reassembling of the ( and ten) in Block the terminus of the
Baltimore City Council later in the No. 22 (twenty-two Mississippi
same ), according to the
all I have heard about map Canal (under the
this vine from Cochin survey made for Govern-
month, will prove also events of engrossing or plan of said town of Waldo; and in the ) ment
China, where the cultivation is interest. But of by Gillmore), charters for the-
becoming supposing the existence of a count Levy, said State-the :N.E. J, and construction of which
general." Senator Butler sends the seed to citizen concerned about none of these things, the N.E. :i of the N.W. i Section 35 (thirty by the United States Government having been granted-

our commissioner agriculture asking himto still he will need to read The Sun for news five) Township 12 (twelve) S., R. 14 (four AT PRICES FROM Legislatures of Georgia and and the-
of the thousand and one other teen) East 200 Florida a large
events of acres; according to the stat
increase in the value of
distribute it. The Senator adjacent lands
concludes tha'tour interest
that far may
go so to make up the cur- ute in such cases provided. be "
coast section is best suited the rent history of the world. confidently for. (See New York
to plants, The period is P. L. MURPHY, $1.25 Sun,21-3-83.)
but thinks they might be tested in Columbia one of rapid movement, and the citizen who Administrator Of Estate of Patrick Murphy, to $10 per Acre.All .
does not take a paper is sure to be left be- deceased. 9-30d'
conservatories He asks that the results
hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora IDO'W'SJAMAICA I
of experiments may be communicated to paper, now is the time, before the actorson Administratrix Sale.

Minister l Ilalderman.-Charleston Ncivs. the world's stage during the year 1884 WHOM MAY CONCERN, TAKE these lands are in the central GINGER CORDIAL
have taken their places and ALL '
begun to play : that on the ninth day of
April, of
peninsular State
their portion and
parts. When it
XEED OF ECONOMY.One a question of A. D,188.4. I, as administratrix of the estateof
securing a reliable newspaper, which will Philip Thomas deceased IS NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,.
will apply to the within fifteen miles of
Railroads in
of the hardest lessons in lifefor young contain all the news, succinctly expressedand County Court in and for the County of Nassau but contains all the medicinal proper-

people\ to learn is to practice economy. It fairly reported, the proper course to at Fernandina. Fla., for authority to successful operation territory ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
a -
pursue is plain : take The Sun. is very pleasant to take and
is harder for a young man to accumulateand sell all the rights, title and interest of Eva:

save his first $1,000 than his next $10- A. Thomas Louisa B. Thomas, Eliza '\ which is being more rapidlysettled ] CURES INDIGESTION HEADACHE,.
Thomas,Elizabeth N.Thomas and Francis D 1.
u 1(u.) A man can be economical without Published THE daily SUN except, Sunday. Thomas, the minor heirs of Philip Thomas, and developed than any other COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC

being mean, and it is one of his solemn deceased in the following described lands

duties to lay up sufficient in his days of being all that tract or parcel of land situated part of the State. DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY,
THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE.: on Amelia Island in said County of Nassau
strength and prosperity to provide for him- -- Florida,and better known on the public plats, The fertility of the soil and accessibility i- PAINS in the Stosiach: and Bowels,.

self arid those who are or may be dependentupon of said county as the northern one-third of
Terms of Subscription Mail to the and best markets
by largest and MALARIA
him the Samuel Harrison by warming and stimulat-
in days of sickness or misfortune. Cash in grant, or section ,
Extravagance is one of the greatest evils ol advance-Postage Free: twenty ((20)), in township two ((2)), north of make these lands particularly desirable ing the Stomach and Bowels into a healthy-
the It is range twenty-eight ((28)) east, action. Sold by
present age. undermining and 1 ; containing one
One Year..........
$G.OO One Month.....50Cts. hundred and PALMER BRO'S
overturning the loftiest and best principles fifty acres more or less.:; for the cultivation of fruits and ,
Six Months.....
.. 3.00
Three Centre
that should be retained and held sacred in Weeks..38 Cts. LOUISA E. THOMAS Street Fernandina, Fla.
society. It is annually sending thousandsof Four :Months..... 2.00 Two Weeks..25 Cts. Administratrix of Estate of Philip Thomas. early vegetables for shipment. For $SI- Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA

young men and women to ruin and mis- Three Months.... 1.50 One Week......13 Cts. Fernandina. Fla., March 8, 1884. GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
Two :Months..:.. 1.00
fortune. large and immediate profits there is : without peppel. 22
Cultivate, then sober and industrious SINGLE COPIES by mail...... ............3 Cts Administratrix Sale.

habits ; acquire the art of putting a little A LL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TAKE no industry in Florida equal to the

:aside every day and for your future necessities THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN.A : .. notice : I1
: : avoid all unnecessary and foolish cxpellditnrc I That on the 9th day of April. A. D., 1884 raising of early vegetables for Northern -
>s. Spend Jour time only in sucha Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in I will as Administratrix of the estate of markets.
manner: shall Compact Shape. John D. Jones deceased the
as bring you profit and en apply to County -
joyment, and your money for such things as -- Court in and for said county at Feniand'ina For and
you actually need for your comfort and $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN $1.00 for authority to sell the interest of the new descriptive circular,

happiness! and you wili prosper in your following minors heirs of John D. Jones, address< r
live*, your !business and will win and retain TERMS-Invariably Cash in Advance. deceased that is Minnie S. Tones Sallie V.
the respect and honor of all worthy and Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United Jones Mary J. Jones Agnes; S. Jones, CHAS. W. LEWIS,

substantial: people. States and Canada.. Rosa L. Jones, in the following real estate, Will be mailed to to
--- -- --- situated and being in said County of Nassau, Land Commissioner. customers of last FREE year withoutordenn and

THE HOMESTEAD. ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. Florida : the S E i of the S W i of. section Fernandina Fla. directions It contains for illustrations planting all prices Vegetable descriptions and Flower
1C, township ((3)) three, north of 23
The range Seeds Plants etc. Invaluable to aU.
-the old-time affection for the homestead east,and the S W i of the N W i of section I Or T. M. RIKARDS, '
bis! feeling of reverence for the home of 1884. Premium Copies 1884. ((20)) twenty, township. (3)) three north, D. M. FERRY SCO.DSRi0c'LFIRE

his ancestors last -that led a man to part with to Getters Up of Clubs range 23, east, in all eighty acres ; also a Ocala, Florida.. 38
dollar before he would allow the For the Baltimore Weekly Sun." tract of land known and described as the
sacrifice'is of an acre of the family in inheritance McMurrin grant. WOOD AND LUMBER !.

character nodns ascribed little known. The special Five Copies.................. .....................$ 5.00 SYLVANIA W. JONES,. ,' "
who by Irving! to the Yankee. With an extra Copy of the Weekly Administratrix of the Est. of John D. Jones. ,,: : '

stock, of packing his large family and small Sun one year. Fernandina Fla.. March 4. 1884. ,I FOR SALE CHEAP :.

household furniture into a two- TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 ;.." r TnDGINGS
jiorsevajjoii, shoulders NOTICE. '" '- AND SLABS
his .I' -
axe and whist- With an extra of the : ,
"oiue;? Yankee Doodle," leaves a settled Sun one year, and copy one Weekly of the ," '. ,-:. '. .: JiROUGH/ .. 10 cents per load: -
wilderness to battle with the privations of the Daily Sun three months.copy NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ; LUMBER. '

!', has a general application at the FIFTEEN COPIES.............. with a resolution passed; : : '-/Af'if.!
present!: time. .............. 15.00 by the .: .: .
a People are discontented with With an extra copy of the Weekly City Council at its special meeting ; From $5 to $10 per 31 ft.,
iiuMierate income. held Wednesday, March 19th 1884 the following
They believe
continually Sun one and according to '
year, one copy of the quality
that) they can do better in officers will be voted for at the election .
IOC some other Daily Sun nine months.. DRESSED LUMBER, .

SOllie lity' l business: or that there is more money in THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 D., 1SS4 to be for held the oh Monday April 7th, :\. $12 to $20 per M. feet. .;
other than that in which ensuing year:
they With extra of
an the
are engaged. How many well-to-do farmers Sun and one copy of the Weekly One Mayor, d Orders by Telephone promptly attended to.
nave cop Daily : hog.-
sold their land One Clerk, y
moved ,
ntlll started into into town one year.Getters One Treasurer. WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE, .

only i! to( find some mercantile business, One Tax-Col lector Steam Saw and -
themselves Mill.
year at end of a up of Clubs will find the above t
or One a;
St in debt Tax-Assessor
insolvent and in ,
despair. .
1'en' Office.foot Centre Street.
fanners seem to One :Marshal -:'. :. '.. } .pr, ',," .. / '. 8 -
i gll mod i land possession.realize Railroad thc value stocks of a terms the most liberal that can be offered by Five Aldermen.The :; : -:, ;;:;; : ; 1 .
are -
treacherous trade IS a lottery in which a First-Class Family Journal. polling place for Precinct No. 1, :New : ; -. FORd' "
many fail and few succeed ; horses and cattle Town will be at tlieMayor's Office on Third : : '
may ,tiC', but the Street, and the following have been' -J F'
Us!is tle! IU(?-st lasting of farm human properly possessions-worked, SINGLE COPIES by mail...... ............3 Cis. appointed by the Mayor as persons inspectors of this !H, MA.CI3INERYOF: : : :.

owner title IS ood while society stands. Its The safest method of transmitting Precinct: W. H. LeCain, G. Starke, and; ; w --I tI,! ._____________________ __' : ,1 '
undisturbed money Gordon. ." .
of I by the harassing cares r s :
dustv business, may njoy the fruits of his in- by mail is by check, draft or At Precinct 2, (Old Town) the polling ALL KINDS ,,
;m nd in post-office place will be at C. J. ;
his t
beno-iti. old age. sit contentedly) Westburg's; store and .
his Own vine and fib tree. If there money: order. the following persons have been appointed as : ;. Go to F. M. RobinsonilANUPACTUBSR '
mike? Trfanythi S his Produce will find a inspectors : Richard E. Edden Win. F.' .
fnJf not, he is Courter Romeo Denegal. ..;
acre independent for hisVdw Address A. ABELL '
& Co.
: I'nbIishers.i' .
I I whatever By order of the City Conn il. : : and DEALER, '
he needs.-Rural ; -. Sux IRON BUILDIXG ,
WM. F.1Voop, Jn., City Clerk..>

I -. .: Baltimore,, )Id. Fernandina, Fla., March :?O, 1884. 3t ., JACKSONVILLE. : FLORIDA. :': .
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;, 1t FLORIDA MIRROR : MARCH 29, 1884.

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.,rIf : .- THE: FLORIDA 1 llH.HOJ:. l provide for raising revenue MIfficirent to defray A GRATEFUL DUTY. plication of the fund. Practically, cersa' nd leave the terror of the law ill their|

rk. .:: (what?) the expense*of' the Slate fur eachfiscal The people of Fernandina have. always I. however, like the Agricultural College hands forgetting that ."eternal vHlanCe"ij

!. i GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS EDITOR. and also sufficient sum to pay a price we must for aAves
,L_ year preserved, in their ,hearts a. grate- fund, it becomes a part of the State pay justice !!
the principal and interest of the existing indebtedness liberty. It will not
: ", j Subscription, 82 per year; six months, 81. ful remembrance'of those two noted of education.If matters toch atp C e
,' :. of the State. system laws unless we contemplate practice also

:",T';.,. I.i s Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor. If any sum the Legislature choosesto sons of Virginia, ..Drs.. Herndon and i I the bill passes the money will be Again : Under the present law there is:

: .; ; ,;1 RATES OF ADVERTISING. appropriate i is legitimate, "if auth- Wellford, who, in the epidemic of 1877, I distributed on the basis of illiteracy. at least an attempt at equalization between

-y Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for disinterestedly to the rescue the 1 citizens of a county, but none between
so head of
'. 3.< orized by the vote of the Legislatureand Florida does not stand it the the
counties themselves.
each In
;\ subsequent no
I: # Special local notices, 15 cents a line. the. signature of the Governor," of our afflicted community and laid that list, but will receive a very respectable Florida I is the property valued as county required in

.'' notices, 25 cents a line. .down,their lives from a sense of dutyin
", "" Reading why did the Constitution make a special fund in proportion to its by law for the purposes of taxation, and

:;1i Special rate for time advertisements upon application provision for principal and interestof our time of greatest need.A county can be so valued until all others no
..:. ,j! at the office. / population. are
:> -a valued to likewise I raised in proportion, without .
the debt ? suggests ------- ---------
--:; Communications upon all matters, of local inter public paving
more than her share
..,..1"g. est solicited from all parts of the county and from The specification of the principaland us that a :fitting opportunity is IT is NOT an uncommon thing for a on the county assessment.For of a .State tax levied -

, ::". -.f along All the communications lines of Florida intended railways.for publication interest of the public 'debt gives presented of placing an appropriate person worsted in argument to leave the these reasons we have continual complaint

;...;. should be addressed to the Editor: all business force and meaning to the words the memorial of them in the new churchof domain of reason, and resort to epithet.A of high and unjust taxation in a

.,...-.,. letters simply to TIlE FLORIDA MIRROR. expenses of the State and implies the St. Peters, no\v" aboufc being completed very considerable portion of the growing State at a time of unusual present

.' :-i!. SATURDAY, JIARGII29, 1884. necessary expenditures for carrying on on Centre street, by placing in press of Florida. have differed with the and prospective low prosperity ; for these reas-
ons our rate of taxation is not
,. '.. !:. the State government inlcmio onus, the front gable a handsome memorial TimesUnion as to the peculiar views ciated by strangers, and for these reasons appre-
r It is reported from Washington that cxclusio alterius. window, to commemorate the faith and expressed by that paper in referenceto there is no immediate change possible in a

1..'; The Constitution of 1838, under love of these Christian gentlemen, who crime and the press. It now choosesto system bad both in theory and in practicaloperation.
the river and harbor bill will
aggregate .
For these abuses the
which the State was organized in 1845, were members of the Episcopal Church. designate somebody as the "rowdy Democratic
About about party cannot be held
$10,000,000, being one- responsible, for
. We learn that the vestry of the church A considerable acquaintance the
provides: press. very lie imbedded
causes in
a constitution
i :' r fourth of the sum covered by the esti- made
l ::' mates of the Engineer Department.The Art. 8, Sec. 2. No other greater amount will cheerfully appropriate, the now with the press of Florida enablesus by an overwhelming :Republican, majority

. of tax, or revenue, !shall at any time be levied only remaining window which has not to speak of our contemporaries with Sow for the remedy.
.1 bill reported in 1883 was for about than be required' for the We shall take it for
. .'.. ; may necessary already been.provided/or.> the highest respect. As a body, the granted that a constitutional .
? !, ; $17,000,000, and was generally condemned expenses of government.The convention will be called, for
t .: !. 'J. by the people as including in Constitution of 1861 provides It is suggested that the expense of conductors of the Florida press are these abuses can be met only in a change ofonl'

of the window be contributed in small high-toned gentlemen, and are very organic law. Let a new constitution
; ,1 I its provisions many trifling and improper "that no other or greater amount
sums by the whole community, so that generally able and courteous. "r e provide for the election of county officers.
tax at
t schemes for the improvement or revenue any
Then let
it will represent the grateful feeling,of know of no rowdy press in the State. each precinct elect a board of three
levied than be for the
-f I .of unimportant streams. may required citizens who shall assess the property within .
entire We thus much to disabuse the
our people.We
.: A bill strictly for the improvementof necessary expenses of government." say their jurisdiction. Let the chairman of
trust this suggestion will be minds of strangers only. Our own each precinct poard, with the assessor, con-
't those harbors and great rivers which Art. 8, Sec. 2. .
I carried into effect at. once. We learn. people do not need the information. stitute a board of equalization for the
form avenues of commerce would not The Constitution of 1865, Art. 8, county. Then let each
that Dr. Theo. Starbuck will receive county assessor,
'" be liable to the objections made to the Sec. 2, uses precisely the same lan- THE STATE CONVENTION.There with the comptroller. constitute a State

: : and the Constitution donations for this purpose. be insistent desire on board of equalization.If .
bill before the last Congress. guage, undoubtedly seems to an
Florida has made a great advance in of 1868 was intended to adopt the NEW ROUTE- ---1SY- STEAMERS- ---- TO the part of our Gulf coast exchanges to have we can once get a cash valuation of

the Democratic convention meet at Pensa- property throughout the State,our low rates
.' her productions, and consequently 'in same provision, although differently SAVANNAH AND FERNANDINA.It of taxation will be
i I cola. If this means that they wish any par- appreciated, and if we
is there is be-
well known that
her commercial needs. worded. ticular candidate to be ,imposed on the once get a fair equalization, complaints will

:: The work already entered upon for That this is the case is evident from tween Savannah" and Fernandina I a party-we can assure them that the questionof cease of themselves.Our .

... : the improvement of our bar, even the precision of the language which perfectly secure mland'passage navigable location cannot possibly have any decisive these columns most important are open questions for the discussionof and no

if pushed as rapidly as practicable, restricts the power to raise revenue to by steamboats. This route for a weight on the choice of the convention. We efforts on our part will be spared to have
of East Florida want the man who can win ; such matters properly understood and
would hardly meet the growth of the expenses of each single year, and long period was the'principal route, his views must be pure and his record stain- preciated. ap-

: 'business which would be poured into also from the sixth section of article and in fact almost the only route of less, his Democracy unquestionable and his Post-Office Notice.

r twelve the other article travel to Florida until the railway views pronounced and clear. Satisfy us:: we
harbor. succeeding ,
our Office lIours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. ji.
: follows connection by Live Oak was made. have found the man, and at Pensacola or Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30.JI..
We that shall have at least providing as :
i hope we
Sanford the decisionwill Orders
Tallahassee, Palatka or Money and Registered Letters from
; an equal showing in the bill when re- Sec. G. The Legislature shall authorizethe The principal obstacle to a regularand be prompt and the endorsement cordial 8:00: A. M. to 1:00 P. )r.; and from '-':oo p. M
several incorporated towns in the Stateto speedy communication has been to 3:30 P. M.ARRIVAL .
and unmistakable.But
ported. The sum of $600,000 was
.1 impose taxes for county and corporation Romney :Marsh, about thirty miles the people will frown upon wire AXD DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.
stated by General Gillmore as the sum and other etc. Transit & Peninsular Railroad
fur no
purposes purpose from Savannah, a crooked and shallow pulling,and the candidates have done wisely Arrives ....... 3:37:
t. which could be used in improving of daily except Sunday. P. )t.
'. profitably The plainest principles legal con- available at. tide in waiting for the choice of the people to Closes........................................10.00A.M.
the entrance of Cumberland struction would indicate that section waterway only high formulate and declare itself. We are gladto Femandina & Jacksonville Railroad
A' and even then i involving much delay that Democrat is urging his claims Jacksonville and St. John's River
a :Sound, and the same at St. Johns. two can only authorize revenue to be I see no
,:,.. and trouble. the making his nomination mail arrives daily except Sunday 5:00 A. M.
: ; The pro rata allowance of one-fourth raised for State expenses in the ordin- upon party, or Closes (Northern mail also)..........10:00 .\. )1.
a matter of necessity on any pretext. We
A has to
-would give $150,000 to each, which legitimate and legal use of the happy thought suggested would Sunday JIailJacksonville -
ary, the have many able men, any of whom and St. John's River,
InlandSteamboat to
;' ; '.may be supplemented by a special appropriation words. : Company make a good Governor. Our political for- arrives....................................10:35: A. M.
\ ." : ttrf for immediate use. The Democratic party, from the avoid the(Jebfrtrld trbuble'bf:Romney tunes depend on no one man,' and all sections Northern mail arrives.................. 0:00 p. M.
Jacksonville, St. John's River and
i .: Uif; .. In addition to the demands of commerce days of Jefferson, have held to a strict :Marsh by making communication with will unite in support of the nomineeof the North, closes....................... Goo.\l1.:
Savannah by rail via the :Montgomeryroute. the convention, who shall represent the Jacksonville and St. John's River

'f the Navy Department regard construction of the power of the gov- desire for frugality in government, energy only, closes.............................. 4:00 p. :M.

!. this sound as most valuable for the ernment, to a strict construction of the Montgomery is on Ossabaw, in action, and purity in political methods.To St. Mary's RiverSt. -
ten miles from Savannah rail Mary's and Crandall, arrives
.:4:f armored vessels of the United States, I I"f provisions of the Constitution, and to only by such a one the nomination will mean an Monday and Thursday...............;:00 A. M.

the fresh water of the St"Marys: : securing adherence to the safeguards: and by starting from :Montgomery a election, and the independents will find Arrives Tuesday: and Friday..........2:00 P.M.
a jealous
steamer will not the troubleof themselves entirely without an issue in the Closes Tuesday'and Friday":...........3.00: P. )I.
.': f"f: perfect immunity for, iron: vessels. placed around the revenue of the com save only appreciation of the people.-Palatka News.THE St. Mary's and DnngenessjWednes-

: As harbor of refuge its value is monwealth. If any legislature can Romney Marsh but an actual distance day and Saturday, arrives.........11:00,\. M.
Closes Wednesday and Saturday... 3:00; : p.u.
of miles.
recognized by all persons interested in appropriate moneys to exhibitions of thirty or forty GREAT FLOOD. St.Mary's only,)lonlla)' and Thursday :-

,. The St. Nicholas' 'a. fleet and well- The lower Mississippi; is again suffering arrives..........................2:00: > p J(.
". -.commerce upon the Atlantic coast of any kind, there is no limit upon its Closes Mondy and Thursday.........1flIUI.:
-the United States. powers, and the Constitution-as a safe- appointed steamer of this line, will an inundation as great as that SAML. T. RIDDELL, P. M.

The fact that the jetties here have guard for the rights of the people is leave Fernandina/ on alternate' ; days, of 1882. The levees have-broken in All Whom it May Concern

withstood injury during a long period not worth the paper upon which it is and make the run to :Montgomery in numerous places, and the back landsare WILL HEREBY TAKE NOTICE,

nine hours, reaching Savannah in forty rapidly filled by the I, P. L. MURPHY, Administrator -
work demonstrates being
.; of suspension of written: up I of the estate of Patrick Murphy ,deceased -

J -their success when completed. The utterances of the TimesUnion minutes' from tliat7poirifcmaking:, the swelling flood. Live stock is being will make application to the Judgeof

a!.. It will be a great thing for Florida are so at. variance with Democratic whole time from Fernandina to Savannah gathered and removed, and the inhabitants of the Florida Circuit, at Chambers Court, Fourth, in chancery Judicial sitting C'imiit,

in less than ten hours-all by day- of in the City of Jacksonville, Florida, in paid bar are seeking places safety.
: .. .1 to have a harbor with a depth of principles and all the foundations of I>.
Circuit, on the 2Gth day of February, A.
.t ': '25 to 30 feet.A constitutional rights, that we cannot light, a pleasant excursion free from The river is now some ninety milesin 1884, for a decree authorizing and empowering

a.\ -- -- .- but deem them the hasty and inconsid- dust and smoke of railway travel. width in the State of Arkansas, andis me, as Administrator aforesaid, to ell
for distribution, and dispose:; of, the following;:
STRICT CONSTRUCTION OF THE erate thoughts of one impatient to accomplish We predict that this will be a very still rising. An urgent appeal has described lands and real estate, situated and

r CONSTITUTION DECLARED BY popular route especially if it is made being in the counties of Alachua and Levy,
been made immediate
r "THE TIMES UNION" A PES- a cherished object by what- to Congress in said State, and in the Fifth Judicial (Circuit -

," r TIFEROUS DOCTRINE. means. daily. There are, we think, great measures of relief. of Florida, and beyond the limits of the )
ever administration
Fourth Judicial, within which letters of -
I : : ,i As the money can be raised in other ways, The salaries of the cabinet officersare possibilities in connection with this were granted on said estate.

l the failure of the extra session is of no great of the new departure as,.,: a popular route of THE TAXES AND THE LAW. which lands are described as followsIn :- .
* a legitimate part expensesof '. the town of Archer in the of "I
consequence, provided the people are not travel. : Our esteemed cotemporary, the Palatka .

i : '',;>f; influenced by the pestiferous doctrine that\ the the State, simply because they are --- -.-. ------ ._-- Xeti's. gives the following just view on this and Alachua 2)) in, Block said State-Lots No. 17, and one Lots and 7,8 two and((1'>

, '. SF :'legislature has no constitutional right tot authorized by: the express provision of TIlE EDUCATION BONUS. question : ( seven, eight and nine) in Block No ;2::

< make such an appropriation. The constitution the constitution. Upon its own l line The statement brought out by Under our present law an assessor is appointed (twenty-three), according to the map or
of said town of Archer and in the
This officer visits
for each
. i empowers the Legislature to raise revenue of'reasoning the Times- Union is boundto Senator Blair, of New Hampshire, county. town of Waldo, in said: county of Alachua-
: .' to provide for the of the State and estimates all property, and returns his Block
expenses ; Lots Nos. !9 and 10 (nine and ten) in
:"; .and under this clause any expenditure show as good a reason for includingthe that the Southern States taxed them- books to the board of county commissioners No. 22 (twenty-two)), according to the mapor

,;t i which is fur the public interest or welfare, New Orleans exhibition in the expenses selves as high a rate for the support of sitting as a board of equalization. It is their plan of said town of Waldo; anti in tilt"!
of Levy, said State-the N.E. L
t "'if} and which is authorized by a vote of the of the State, i. c. a constitutional schools as the people of New Englandmust function to revise the assessor's returns by county the N.E. i of the N.W.1 Section :>"
: I. Legislature and the !signature! of the Governor provision. be a great surprise to the Northern raising or lowering each particular property, ) Township 12 (twelve) S.. I:,. H (tour-
i : ';;) is just as legitimate a part of "the expenses if necessary, until a balance is struck.Now teen) East, 200 acres; according to the -Mf-
---- ----- - people. But it is also to be noted in such .
it J! : of the State" as the salaries of the THE Palatka Neivs says : that one man should correctly assessa ute cases provided.P.. L. MURPHY,

I t r., y; cabinet officers.-Times-Union, 23d. That Bloxham's administration has beena that in New England nearly the whole county so large as Putnam and correctly Administrator of Estate of Patrick Murphy,

'J taxed for this value interests so varied has never been deceased. ss- 'J-'M:; I
population are
; It is something remarkable for a splendid success to the people and State, purpose,
1 : Democratic to declare only chronic grumblers can deny in face of while at the South very much the done, and public opinion has declared it Administratrix Sale.
: ," paper impossible. In despair of fulfilling the law,
the facts. That many abuses exist we know, of the tax is the WHOM MAY CONCERN:TAKE
larger paid by
that the view entertained
J by the has done but
'_" many assessor always ALL ,
but the past few years have seen enough of that on the ninth day of April
; I .,-,.. ;leading lawyers and a.respectable portion solid results to compensate for many sins, white race, thus defraying not only distribute notices and blanks. Then a A. D. 1884. I, as administratrix of the estate
their own share but contributing board of five commissioners, under the law, of Philip Thomas deceased, will apply to the
?J >. : of the Democratic press of the both of omission and commission. "With County Court in and for the County of Xa>-

1 t, .a \ : State in reference to the power of the such a past, outlined on the darkness of Republican largely to the education of the chil- must value property they never have The board seen, sau, at Fernandina. Fla., for authority)
basis of
or equalize on a nothing. of Eva
i rule since the war, the Democracy dren of the coloredrace. sell all the rights title and interest
? Legislature to Appropriate the funds non-tax-paying and must exceed their Eliza A-
can confidently appeal to the people for renewed cannot assess, they A. Thomas. Louisa B. Thomas,
raised by taxation from the people of f, confidence and further support. With The debate in the Senate has legal authority'under the law or the county Thomas,Elizabeth Thomas and Francis M.,
{ Thomas, the minor heirs of Philip
.', -Si t I'' the State to purposes outside of the a better Constitution we can command been on non-Rarj'sang{. lines, although and State will be out one year's revenue. deceased, in the following clecribetl.land-,

f fa 1 of the Constitution-such better results, and the party should makeno there have been some very sharp pass I They have usually assessed and left the being all that tract or parcel! of land -ttnated,
provision as
books in a degree only l less imperfect than on Amelia Island in said County of Na--au:
l the New Orleans exposition is :a, mistake by hesitancy in delivering itselfon ages between Senators. The opposition the returns of the assessor. For the mal- :Florida,and betterknowno7ithepnblicpat.-! of:
this point. No attempt at frugality or of said county the northern one-third I.
the bill is in referenceto
to mainly feasance of the ,
doctrine. assessor penalties are pre- section
"pestiferous pretext of such excuse can blind the peopleto the Samuel Harrison! grant. nr
The only clause of the Constitution. the urgent need and paramount necessityof its interference, with the 'rights of scribed, but it is a patent fact that no twenty ((20)), in township two ((2)), north one oirange'twentyeight
penalties are enforced. ((23)) cast, containing
which authorizes the Legislature to, the measure. the States to manage the whole sub- hundred and fifty acres more or l le-
I ".e need a Constitution: suited to our ject. The bill necessarily involvessome Now,we must enforce our laws or go backto LOUISA E. THOMAS: .
impose taxation is the following : larger growth ami we must have it at the individual responsibility, a thing not to Administratrix of:Estate of Philip Thomas.:"

Art. 12: Sec. 2. : The Legislature shall 1 earliest possible moment.. control by-Congress over the ap be thought of. Communities employ offif Fernandina, Fla., March 8, 188-J.

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!It.......................!.................................... ? ARE NOW ,RECEIVING, LARGE SHIPMENTSNEW OF
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Fall Line of Elegant Laee and Mull Fichus, GOODS

M. --
Linen Collars and Kiel Gloves, ;::---"" ..... -A.o. -

KIJ4G All of the Latest Styles. LEAVES FERNANDINA and Friday!EVERY mornings MON-, DRESS GOODS and<< SILKS,

on arrival trains from JACKSONVILLE,
arriving at Montgomery at G.30 p. m.; con I'

POWDER Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear way necting Leave for there SAVANNAH SAVANNAH with the,City e\arriving Tuesday Suburban at 7.10.,Thursday Rail-- Lawns, Cambrics, Percales, Prints, White Goods. '

and Saturday mornings arriving at Fer-
Pure 1--44-I.SUMMER nandina at 6.00 p.m.; connecting with trains \
Absolutely -uui +++ '
i GAMES. 'i for Jacksonville, Cedar Key and Wildwood. Laces and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Insertings -, .

POWDER never varies. A marvel -- FULL LINE of the newest patterns. .
THIS purity,strength and wholesomeness.? f-H I I I I I I II I } t11i I !IIIIIIIIIrCroquet I I The Steamer Davitd--Clark
Hosiery Gloves and Underwear-A ,
stock '
:More economical than! the ordinary kinds, large at bottom prices. -
Will leave Fernandina everi Tnesday and
and multitude cannot of be low sold test in,short competition weight,with alum the or Sets and Base-Ball Bats, Friday evening, touching at Brunswick and Our Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived, and for style .

phosphate powders. Sold only tn cam.IWYAL Darien, arriving at Savannah the following. and quality cannot be surpassed.
33 lOG Wall Street. New York. Leave Savannah every Monday and Thurs Gents' Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties. .
-ALSO- day evening'arriving at Fernandina the following -
B. NOYES, day.Through. 1.We are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New .
A. Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons. tickets sold to New York, Philadelphia -
York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit
(Successor to W. A. SANBORN) Boston, and Baltimore., guaranteed. :
For tickets and state-rooms, apply to JBSy Call and examine stock and
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in our prices before sending off or. purchasing -
Office foot of Centre Street, elsewhere. Special orders filled in New York by our resident buyer.Northeast .
Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.
CHOICE WISES AND LIQUORS, HAY,GRAIN, General J. A.Passenger MERCIER Agent.J. cr. dfe T. :r.>:r:>f

v'orncr of Second and Centre Streets, near N. HARRIMAN, Manager. corner Centre and Third Sts.,
Steamboat Landing, OFFICES: '
Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.,Jacksonville; ,Fla. llSrNE'Y YORK.OFFICE-83 Walker St.| FERNANDINA. FLA. f. I
FERNANDINA FLORIDA. AND BUILDER, Bull and Congress Streets.......Savannah, Ga --

Evans. Special rates for Merchandise in And Manufacturer of ':.. '
large quantities. The Registration Books of the City of Fer-
Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- FLOORING, CEILING, :MOLDINGS, nandina, which are now open at my office MALLORY'S STEAMSHIP
fly CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the will be closed Thursday April 3d, 1884, at LINE !
\Best t in the world. FANCY SCROLL SAWING, 7.30 p. m. (standard.) ,
AsentforB.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED Office at my store, next door to Palmer's
!"LOU'S.: Drug Store, Centre street. ,,1.WM. 1. .
Local/ Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- F. WOOD, JR.,City Clerk. YORK.
VILLE. 33 Fernandina, Fla., March 20, 1884. _. 3t _
1 IIt. '1'1. BAKER'S
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-- -- ----- humbug. A for Rheumatism __
sure cure -- 4 r
Z Neuralgia, Deafness; Malarial Fever, .
Ir WHijLB ALB AND RET AlL.I I Elevations and Floor Plans, with estimates Nervousness, Chills and Fever, Catarrh -
r! furnished at reasonable rates. Quinsy Diphtheria, etc. Price, two dollars
per bottle. For sale at 184 Duffield street, -
v Jg Orders by mail promptly attended to. rooklyn N. Y.. and at Horsey & Co's drug
Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 store. Address Box 176 Fernandina, Fla.
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r. Family Supplies 1 6 1\f.ODEJ: BRC 8 STA.TJ3 OF TEX.A.s, 1,342 TONS.
rp I II CA.ItONDELET: : l,$08 TONS.
and Grain
, r Day ,
I *r Have just received an entire new stock in every department, from the
i "'"" of the above STEAMERS will sail from FERNANDINA: FOR NEW YORK
k Northern and Eastern :Markets and ONE THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
'SHIP STORES,- i 8 taking advantage of cash pur- sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.

'..""i = chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at such lo\v" This Line, having no Transfers between Fernaiidiiia and New
M'' FRUITS, VEGETABLES and others.
The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR-
lOlI! Paints, .. ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST. .,
'roccrJ""i r' We have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the
T. Hardware, for LAKE WEIR.

Willow-Ware. 4P Latest and, Most Stylish Designs to be Found, THROUGH DILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

,.:., r. r + freight passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

..,.. and all ask is to call and for R. 'V. SOUTIUVICK, Agent,
3H )'.H."""' ':.., t8>. we give us a price yourselves,and see the FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .

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NOTICE. to be had in Fernandina at the establishment. of :., :EI DOTTERER

i with a resolution passed MODE BROTHERSIN
hii i)the i 1 .Cit-v Council ot its special meeting '"1* :!c *
Wednesday, March 19th. 1884, the fol-
j 'I\\'"Ig) officers will be voted for at the electing I T!! FINE
h".\to"H.be for held the on Monday, April 7th, A. { i FAMILY GROCERIES }

ensuing year: -+'1 n n -t-
one Mayor, !i* *I *
pile One Treasurer.Clerk, DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, ,


One Tax-Assessor,
The polling! ] Place for Precinct No. 1, New
Srect n' will be at thc:Mayor's Office on Third Shoes Curtains Floor Oil Cloths.WE SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS
!'juVyuefll0 wing persons have been Boots, .
JpolIltClI; V the Mayor of this
as inspectors
John Pecjnct.(.orl:1W... n. LcCli G. Starke,. and PUKE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
P 1 1 W\V.CTt2\ < (Old Town ) the polling ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OF '
J KnlU.bo at C. WcstbuJg'a store and .. ,

"'''ht'ctars.fallowing: Richard persons I have E. been Eddcn appointed"1'111. F.as 100 :::PIECES: : 1\I..A.arTI Gr-S., -I rIND COFFEES'ttt i-; !
fly lrter. IJomeo Denegal.of FINE TEAS .
order 1
the City r:
Council. '" + ,
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_1'crnandincil'la.- March 20. 1884.. 3t THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAN BE PROCUBED. ;--

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If:Ipplie'l'l'\\1\d for,"1 han:.non.+l 1Villbesold'For further information cheap '. "',':'ir;;; -,:,- !:, ::,,,'. .' ,. MODE BRO'S NEW .GOODS Received by Every Steamer. ,_
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,.'fr:, : ,: : : .GENERAL DIRECTORY. DAKER COUNTY., I Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. RAILROADS. -- FLORAL -

1 1"(" County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of loses Henry W. Long./ CITY ROUTE
Ml \ 1. t; .... United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of RC&'CWLe-. F. Trantham, CENTRAL -

'h'L.' \ D OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, :Sanderson.: Ocala. TDIE CARD & WESTERN DIi. 1SI OS.

,.\ \. I Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Superintendent of Scl'Juls-\I. L.' Paine, OF THE (J.\CKSOXVI.LLE TO CHATTAUOOCUESWESTWARD. .1:1\1:10'

: .; Receiver-John F. Ilollinsj Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAVIGATION :
COflPAXY.In () .
: ;;' 0 SlLn.'eyor-General-Ualaclll: Martin Talla- Collector of Retenue-J.- R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. Xo. 3.Acconl..
:' hassee. derson. County Judge-rChas.! S., Baron, West, o.1.
oj: i Key Effect January 14th, 1SS4. )
,'y ,! DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Schools-Jas. D. Chalker, 'Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West. Leave Jacksonville.._. :;.00 Iail.-
'r'''' Sanderson. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION.FERNANDINA Arrive Baldwin ,. 8.10'ptm 111m000...' !
Jacksonville. 8
Judge-Thomas BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maioney Jr.. Leave Baldwin...._. &.60 parr
JlT81taJ-J. H.Durkee Jacksonville. : ( CEDAR 1D| i ....
;- TO ) Arrive Lake ...
J. .
County Judge- R. Richard, Providence. Key CIty .
J.. :. Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry. F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Retenue-Mason S. Moreno, (Central, or Ninetieth Meridian Time.) Live Oak............11.501 1.-to a I'III IU ..i o ..,Iii
.,'" : ; INTERNAL REVENUE. : Sheriff W. ,Tumblin, Starke. Key West. ', GOING SOUTH. Madison 4.00a m li.3. a:

..,.-( -.' '. 'Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-.-N. C.; Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of Schools--J. V. Harris,Key Day Pas. M Pas. 11" Monticello.... 5.J0 ,lm i 03 p1.aipm

.., >.*, COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Butler. S West. A.M. P.M. Tal lahassee. 8.00 a m 3.59; ;>!
; '"J".', John W. Howell Fernandina. Collector, of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Fernandina.................. 7.15 6.40 Leave Tallahassee... 8.40 a m ... PI1l
Santa Fe.Superintendent. Leave. Harts Arrh'eQuincy .............
:.1-;.. Edwin Higgins Jacksonville. ". County Judge-Hinton J. Baker, Fernan Road Junction... 7.45 7:?. 10.20 a m 5.ur
./ : John F. House ,St. Augustine. ? of Schools. -L. B. Rhodes, dina. Arrive Callahan.................... 8.38 8.25 Chatta.Jiver..12.15ain u.lo Pat
I t." Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. Leave Callahan..................... 8.50 9.10 PIlI
... BEEVARD COUNTY. Sheri -John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Leave Dutton...... ......... ... ..... 9.17 9.45 EASTWARD.No.. 4.
;..:'' State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory City Assessor of Tares-Win. H. Garland, Fer Leave Brandy Branch............. 9.32 10.0 .\ X0. :
r : "' Point. nandina.I' Arrive Baldwin.................... 9.50 10.25 Leave Chatt'chee River Mail)

7';.'.' EXECUTIVE DEPABTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stcwart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. Fer Leave Baldwin..................... 9.55 11.00 ArrivcQuincy. x.2.00pm.15 10.oOa"n;::
'r, : .". GOt'errwr-\Vm. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. S Leave Maxville....................10.22 11.24 .. Tallahassee... 5.19pm pm 11.53 a!It

,.' : Lieutenant.GoL'enwr-Livingstou W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes. -Wallace R. Moses, Geor- Superintendent of Schools-L. W. Hi gin- Leave Highland...................10.40 11.48 Leave Tallahassee....._ 5.45 pm 12.5:1.: .filII[

.) "i Key West.Secretary gianna. both am. Callahan. A.M. Arrive Monticello........ 4.50pm '
1'/: '. of State John L. Crawford Tallahassee Collector of Retenue-A. D. Johnston Or- ORANGE Leave Lawtey.........................10.55 12.07 Madison 9.45pm 1.55 p;
lando Orange COUNTY. Leave Temple's.................. .11.10 12.29 Live Oak.11.50 3.1Spm
: county.Superintendent County Judge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando. Leave Starke............. p m 5.:.'!) p:a
\\ D. Barnes Tallahassee. ScJiools M. E. ............11.3G 12.3'Leave J Lake. City. _.15
Comptroller- of English a m .
Clerk-J. P. :$ [
Treasurer A. Titusville. Hughey, Thurston................ ...11.48 12.57 Baldwin 5.20am ,0
-Henry L'EngleTallahassee.
: Sheriff-Thomas J. Shine s.2jpn:
,", y-Gneral-George 1*. Ilaney Talla- CLAY COUNT!. Fort Reid. P.M. Leave Baldwin........... 6.00am !
t. : Assessor of Ta.'t'C8-Jame M. Owens, Fort Arrive Waldo] .......................12.08 1.25 Arrive Jacksonville...... 7.30 .
+ hassee.
i '. County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange Reid, Fla.Collector. Leave Waldo........................12.20 1.40 Trains a m 9.ix! >tt pjj,a
, t Commissioner of Lands-P. W. White. Park. of Ret'cmle-A. M. Hyer, Sanford Leave Gainesville......:........... 1.05 2.3G Land 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 daitT
. : ',, Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston. Green Cove Spring. Sanford. Lean Arredondo................... 1.23 3.00 except A Sunday. '
.k' Superintendent of Public,. Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent Schools-John T. Becks, Leave Palmer......... ............... 135 3.15 special train will leave: Jacksonville ai:

.r; :. Foster Adjutant-General, Tallahassee. Tallahassee Springs. Fort Reid.'i/:. Leave Archer........................ 151 3.35 tion 8.45 with every morning. to make close COUHHV t!
i. '. Yonge, Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. .. COUNTY. Leave. Bronson....................... 2.20 4.10 Transit & Day Passenger! Train on the
j:. : !. i BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of RelCIlue-A. S Chalker. Judge of Probate B. Harrison, Palatka. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.57 4.58 Baldwin at Peninsular Division arriving':: :
.. (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas Superintendent of Schools-R. W. DavisMiddleburg. (Jle-r1.-'V. F. Forward, Palatka. Leave Rosewood ........ .....i..... 3.30 5.44 at 9.45 a.m. Returning, leave Baldwin -
'' 'H see. Sheriff Thomas Shally. Arrive Cedar Key................. 4.00 G.20 2.00 1.25p.m., arriving at Jacksonville, .
.r. 1 .; Clerk-11. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA: COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods. p.m.
J r;. : Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. ryes, Jr., Lake City. Collector of 'cnue-Joseph Price. GOING NOKTH. to Only Pensacola I line with SOLID TRAINS Jackson].
I Clerk John Day Pas. M Pas.A.M. daily ; and Pullman SI: lel'IIf'J'l.
Building, Jacksonville. Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent-of Public Schools- J."r.. Jacksonville .
to New
>. Orleans dailv.j .
Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. )1.
1 SUPREME COURT. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown,Lake Leave Cedar Key................... 7.00 7.50 S"- Take the FLORAL CITY P.11t"fE.<
:: Chi f Justice,-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. Collector of Ta.res-J. L. Parish Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Rosewood.................... 7.32 8.35 'I the NEW SHORT LINE via the Flori.b
I .. Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr.,Tallahas Superintendent of Schools-JuIiusPotsdamer, City. County Judge.W. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek.................. 8.03: 9.15 I Central andPcstern Division.:

Lake City. Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39! 10.05
., see.Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Archer ........................ 9.07 10.42 ST. MARK'S ,BIANCHT.tLLAI.tSSEE .
Jacksonville. Superintendent of Seltools-T. J. Faulkner Leave Palmer................._.... 9.23 11.02 ( TO ST. MARK'S.
; Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack Perry. Leave Arredondo............_.... 938 11.19 Leave )i

: ;. "'CIRCUIT JUDGES. sonvil le. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Gainesville..............,10.00 11.45 Arrive.,\p S.OOam
, ,: .' Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Surt'flor-D. N.Cox, Perry. Arrive Waldo......... ........_..10.42 12.40 Arrive St. )[ark's.. O.Oo:; are
\ First Circuit:-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector 'of t'el1ue-J. B. Hardce, Perry. O.parn(

t sacola. ,,' Assessor of'Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack Assessor of Taxes-R. L. Henderson. Leave Waldo....................._...10.52 A.2.00)!. i Arrive Leave St.Wakulla-Mark's-.10.00a.ue!

., f Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas sonville. ST.. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Thurston...........'........11.13 2.30 Arrive Tallahassee.10.2.5: a nt

r see.Third Circuit-E. J. Vann Madison. Collector of Rct'enue-\Ioses J. Brown, County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus Leave Starke.........................11.48 2.-17 ,.IL.'Jtt:; ant
Jacksonville. tine. Leave Temple's ....................11.55 2.55
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus CONNECTIONS.At .
Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. r. )[.
; sell Jacksonville. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez St. Leave Lawtey.. ............. ........12.17 3.20 Jacksonville, withaycross Line tiir t
Circuit Thomas P. Gaines Augustine all
. .\ ville.Fifth King, HAMILTON COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes A. 'D. Rogero, St. Leave. Highland....................12.33 3.40Leave dina} points& North and East; with the Fernan
County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. .'- Maxville......................12.53 4.05 Jacksonville Short Line for Fernan-
Sixth Circuit H. Mitchell dina
1 Tampa. Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper.SheriffSamnelAltn13n Collector ofRevcnue-Joseph F. Llambias Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.20 4.40 ; and with Steamers for all points oa
Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke Sanford the St. Johns
; r f Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Baldwin........ ........... 1.25 5.20 River St. Augustine, etc.
Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superinlencferit.of Schools-C. F. Pcrpall, Leave. Brandy Branch............ 1.45 5.45 insular Baldwin with Florida Transit A: JVi>-
:! Court Calendar. Collector of R1enueW' H. H. McLeod. St. Augustine. Leave Dutton......................... ::2.00 G.05 : Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fer-
Columbia County.Superintendent Arrive Callahan.................... 2.28 6.50 nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Port
"i, FIRST CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed, SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan.................._. 2.35 7.3.5 Western At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida.!:
Fall Term- Jasper. County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg.. Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 8.50 & Railroad.At .

i Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. HEENANDO COUNTY. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Arrive Fernandina................ 3.50' Tallahassee with St.arks Brand
'I' ,. Walton, 4th Monday in October. Sheriff 3. S. Dyches, Leesburg. Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
i Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. Day Passenger daily except Sunday; urdays.At .

: in October. ville. Collector of Retenue-Jo eph Hutchinson, ,:Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa
Washington, \Iondayafter4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Sumterville. cola &; Atlantic Railroad for :3Iarianna.) -

'. in October. Sheriff. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Superintendent of Schools-A. H. Helven- DIVISION. sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans
k ; Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of laxes-R. J. Bradley, Brooks ston, Sumterville. (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBUEG.) Louisville, and all points West, Southwest
y October. ville. and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola
:; Escambia, 1st Monday in December. Collector of Relenur.-F.\1. Hedich, Brooks SUWANEE COUNTY. GOING SOUTH. ] Columbus and Eufaula.
.l This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live. Day Pas. JVZ Pas. The Shortest, Quickest and Best: Route t*
10, 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A..C. Russell, Oak. P.M. A.3!. all points West.
'j; Spring Term. Fort Dade. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave. Waldo................__..12.25 1.40 Through Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
'( I :.. THIRD CIRCUIT. 1IILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live: Oak. Leave Dixie..........................12.47 2.10 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office
) :.t Spring Term- Assessor of Taxes-G.. Olmstead. Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 1.03 2.33 and at new office southwest corner of Bay
I : .; Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.Clerk Collector of Rct'enue-'Yilson H. Sessions, Leave Lochloosa..................... 1.20 2.57 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
April. -Wm. C. Brown, Tampa.SheriffD. Welborn. Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28 A. MAcDONELL

i Madison, 2d Monday in April.: Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones Leave. Sparr's........................ 2.00 3.47 Gen'l} Ticket! and Pass. AgenFernandina. ,
"I' ; Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh Gallagher.Tampa. Live Oak. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 Fit
Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th-Monday Collector of Revenue-Warren A. Givens, VOLUSIA COUNTY. Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48 C. ,\ MAXWELL: ,

. ',. in April. Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler, Enter Leave Ocala............................ 3.05 4.45 Master of Transportatimt.nlltlwin ,
9, Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th MondayLafayette Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson L prise. Arrive. Oxford___ ..._.................... 4jOO 6.00 ..... Wf
", .;&U" & .....&.";1" Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. Arrive Wild u wood................... 4.12 u.io W. G. COLEMAN,7-- -

+tli; Cth Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise. Arrive'I..ecsburg..................... 4.45 G.30 General Traveling Agent..Jacksonville ,
t- in April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen GOING NORTH. Fit
Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Cove. D. E. MAXWELL
'I Fall Term- A.)!. P. M. ,
: ;' ', Taylor, 1st.Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Collector of Retenue-P. N. Bryan, Glen Leave Leesburg. ..................... G.25 G.15 'General Superintendent
October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Leave Wildwood.... .............. 6.55 7.00 Fernandina, Fla.
; 't Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40
Hamilton, 4th :Monday in October. County Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22
in October. Collector of Rttentte-J. H. Tucker, :Mon- County Judge -W. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40 I

\ Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday ticello. Sheriff( Charles Aligord, Crawfordville. Leave Anthony Place.._......... 8.48 9.28
I. October. Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- Clerk-Nat. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Sparr's........................ 9.00 9.45
Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts Leave Orange Lake................. 9.15 10.08 THE NEW 'STOKE.tffi
in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville. Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 :10.45
FOURTII CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon New Troy. County Treasurer W. W. Walker Craw- Leave Hawthorne................... 9.55 11.15
.. ; Spring Term Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. Leave Dixie..........................10.12 11.35 :::s { W. F. WOOD, Jr., I S
: .\. St. John's 2d Tuesday March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector of Retenue-R. McMillan Craw- A. )(.
to Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C..Ramsey ew ford ville. Arrive Waldo... ..... .............10.36 12.15 .
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'.' Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- *Day Passenger daily except Sunday Proprietor, }} 'E'C
f k Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. Night Passenger daily.F. ;
',' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. > cr >
'' .!, Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Ackley,
Ii Fall Term- Old Town. Professional and Business Cards & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.
t. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) -: I3:
r:, I Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. '
; Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.
: ; Baker 2d in October. Leave Fernandina........................ 6.00 p.m. 8
I, .;: ', Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. County Judge A. -Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Leave Hart's Road...................... 6.29 p. m. I

Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Sheriff Clerk-C. A.Moseley, Tallahassee. Arrive Jacksonville..................... 7.20 p.m. ANDO
Bryan Tallahassee.
'.. Fourth St., between Centre and ,
: Alachua, GOING NORTH. S S I
FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel
,. 1 \ -, Spring Term Tallahassee. Leave Jacksonville..................... 9.00a.m. II I
I Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer L. Demilly Tallahassee. FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Hart's Road..................::. 9.51 a. m. a-
.t ." Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Rct'enue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- Calls answered Arrive Fernandina...................10.20 a. m. :e:
: hassee. promptly day or night,and l sS* Trains daily.
: 'l : Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in Medicine furnished without extra
; .; March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. i Office charge. hoursa..
until 8
1 to
;; .'. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in and 7 to S. ; p. m.22 ly$ 2 CONNECTION

: : r March.Alachua\ LEVY COUNTY. -{ Fernandina }} F

l 4th Monday\ after 4th Monday in Clerk-J.. Barco, Bronson. DR. W. E. SNYDER, AT FERNANDINA, FLA., ,
March. Sheriff J. S. Parker Bronson.
- ., ". rf .- Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis, Appell, Bronson. 1t\1 0 With New York and Fernandina Steam-' ]3 i Cor. Centre & Third. } S
is E3 ship Line from New York
i Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of Rct'eilue-TI. B. Barco, Cedar Tn 1 Z 0 on Tuesday, and
J Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key' Ul H c:> for New York on Thursday.

i. : Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. )Ienden- 8 0'= With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah TIIE NEW 8TORE.15S
A Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. .: 'tea Q and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT .

.. Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in ,T.r L t7 CALLAHAN.
November. r :_:t. To and from Savannah and Charleston
County Judge-R. ,
Witherspoon Madi
and all points North and West
r n Spring Tt.'rm.- son. ()
1. Orange, 4th Monday\ in January. Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. HI 1 !* AT BALDWIN, FLAY

d Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John :M. Bergs, Madison To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
.. {+ Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, W. K. BAUKNIGHT:: and all points South, West, and Northwest, WOKS AND STATIONERY.
Dade, Monday in April. Madison. AGENT.WHOLESALE daily.
Fall Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. AT HAWTHORNE,
: Orange, 2d Monday in August.Volusia i i Collector of Revenue B. D. Wordsend, AND STOCK To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
Madison. DEALER
(' 2d in BUTCHER ,
Monday September. __
I Brevard 4th Monday in September. Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad ANDDealer WILDWOOD. Bookseller, ,
!, t' Dade, Monday in November. ison. in Ice With Stage Line to and from Brooksville Printer and Binder.
and Tampa daily I
L-. ..:;, County Officers. Clerk-Robert County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, :Manatee.: BROOM STREET WHARF, With Morgan's Line Steamships for Key School Books and Orange Wraps
; ALACHUA. S. Griffith, Manatee. West
19-tf and Havana
FERNANDINA, FLA. every Saturday ; for New
Sheriff .\. S. Watson
County Judge-Juuius C. Gardner, Gaines Pine Level. Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and NOW A SPECIALITY.
ville. of Taxes-W. P. Parish, Braden- JAMES .McGIFFIX, Havana every Friday: from New Orleans I
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. S every Saturday.With I
criff-S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. Collector of Revenue-Marion G. Carlton, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Tampa Steamship Company's Steam .w I
Popash. .Jj:1I discounts to Teachers !
Assessor of Taxes-S. II. Wienges, Gaines ers for and from Key West Monday and !
ville. Pine Superintendent Level. of Schools-Felix J. Seward, Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Thursday; for Tampa and Manatee, Monday Trade. Special prices and Catalogue free M
Collector of Rel.'cllue-H. C. Denton, Gaines and Friday
ville. MARION COUNTY. FERNANDINA, FLA. For .information respecting routes, rates application.

:Superintendent! of Schools.. -W. N" Sheats., 1 j County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall, Ocala. Orders and estimates from a distance carefully etc., apply to General Ticket Office, Fernan, 59 W. BAY STREET,
Gainesville. ,< '-" '- > "- Clerk-Robert Bullock, Ocala attended to. -.'"*. '. 25-tf sonville.dina. or to the Company's offices in S..Jack' .' 1 f" JACKSONVILLE FLAi -

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,- ., W 4 of X E i, fractional S E J-.........:..... .. ixiIX 2.5E GG: DRUGS, MEDICINES, ET. ,
J. All of sections 17. 18. 30 and........ ..... 8 25 E 2580 '. .
-. TaliaferroJ.P.;......... NSW.NkofSESWofSE i. 4 1N25E 591 "

is hl'rl'h.r jin'n that the following described lands'will be sold nt public auction I X W #. S W i, N E i-...... .....................16 1 N 25 E 480 --
NIO'I; MondUV, the 'ith day of April,1884, in front of the Court house nt Fernandina, l \VkSE 1-......... ................................. .4 IN 24 480 27 98
t1d .. iuthebl:: ; \ of\assau. ur su much thereof us will be necessary to pay the amounts Wilds Marion J............ S E i and :20 acres in N W curlier.. ..........38 3 X 2G EI ISO 6 12 DRUGS and MEDICINES
uefor taxes for the year 1883; herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of sale Williamson, )[. J_......... Lot<5,' block 22, Fernandina................... I 8 58

and advcrtisui: ?... Wood, ,1\" ... F................ | All of fractional..................................... 21 2\ 28 EI I 58
Lot 4, block 243, or part of.................... C)3 3 N 23 E, 1 8 76
-- I .X:-: ;-;:: ';:.':.I. > Williams PeterWashington ......... ... Lots 10 and 11, block 27, Fernan ina....... 8 89 HORSEY & CO.
I =1 S z = 0 Jos............S 4 ofS W i, lots 12 and 13....................,11 4 N 24E 80 377 ,
OiiFi t. !I D" -0 "-= Z-'< t'2.0 !2 y Wiggins, Wm......... ... j S I'.g i of X EiS ......... .............................. .33 4 N. 25E 40
? : : : :-i 1ofN W i......I.4 4 25E 41
_---- --- -- - -- Unknown..................... Lot 25, block 1, Fernandina.................. 'f I' 5 52 4 =I PHARMACISTS
troll". Adan1. J 5t.of S.! of Lot 1............................................ 25 4 N 25 E 30 $ 2 72 "., ...................:. Lots 8,9,11 and N 4 of 7, block 17, Fer- t I GG 1=
.1rm tnrner \rnl.i." f. ;} of N E ;#....................................... 3 2 N 25E 40 9 30 ..................... nandina............................................. 11 25
'J 11.- ..........?:. N E corner of the Ii' P Sanchez grant ...... 2,3N 25 E 50 5 61uti ..................... Lots 1.2,13,14,15 and 16, block 19, Fernandina ..
or : jas 0_............ In centre of the I P Starling rant ......... 5 2 N 25 E 40 7 18 .", ..................... ................................. 4 04 Centre Street, -
I. rnel.t. 'Ir's. )1. .\........ S of Jot n. block. 52, Fernandina............ 1 00 ., ..................... 'Vof lot 8'block 52, Fernandina ......... .
7 87
dock. 't. J..,......_... As described I 11 a 1)<<) on record III book ..................... \V 4: of lot 8, block 79, Fernandina .........
Lrad R." pages 303 and 304 County records. 42 2N 25 E 40 5 24 Co ..................... Lots 11. 12. 13 and 14, block 6. Old Town .,' 2 2 43 FERXAXDItfA, FLORIDA,

r.. ibillllrs. N............ Lot 12 of Jolll1 Lowe grant.................... 48 3 N 28E 61 4 19 ..................... Lot 4, block 7. Old Town........... ............ 1 GO 76
Lrbcr( I.' I C) ........ .............. r4 N ?5 E 5 3 ,1 .". ......................Lot 11. block 8, Old Town...... ................ 1 G9 KEEP constantly on hand a. fine assort-
1'rarle' \\TIIl .................. N WIofS\V #......... .................. ......... 22 2 N24E 40 7 4- ., ..................... Lots 13 and 14, block 10, Old Town......... 1 69 of FRESH and PURE FOR-
: 'Il'ss.........- .......- Lots 3, 4 and 6. block 2, Old Fernandina 3 31 ......................Lots 13 and 14,block 10(for'82)), Old Town 1 69 EIGN and DOMESTIC
/al I, n'ts J C .......... NEofNE }......... .............................. 7 2S23E 40 718 .4', ..................... Lot 5, block 11. Old Town ..................... 1 55
'uu.s, Jlrs. al:C:.......- As cribed iJl a deed on record in book ..................... Lot 8, block 12, ..................... 3 02 alld
L." pages 4)1 and 452C'.ounty records. 43 2 N 27E 80 3 46 ..................... Lot 5, block 13, .' ..................... 1 55 Chemicals,
pzler.\ I'. 'L...... ......,. As.described in a deed on record in book ......... ..........Lot 12, block 14, .* ..................... 1 55
R" page 274. County reCUT(1 s............ 100 23 40 .................... Lot 5.....................................................12 2 X 27 E 54 1 99 Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,
Drew, George F....... ..... hots 14: 15. 16. 17 and 18, block 18. Fernandina SI ......................S 4 of S Ei.........-................................. 20 3 N 24 E 40 1 87
._......._ ................................ 9 49 ......................Lot 2_...................................................14 2N28E 157 340 Proprietary and
Enu3nk, Tliza_............,I Lots 5 and 12. N of N "r 1. N 'V 1 of .....................NEI..3 3N26E 160 3 GO Fancy Goods,
NE }.................. .............................. :?14N 24 E 172 419ErriCkS011 ..................... X 4 of X W #. S E i ofX W i, S E i ofX
Martin .........I'S 'V 1 of S 'V i. 2 N 24 E 40 1 00 .....................!ElS'V: i ofS E i................................./22 I 2N24E 200 4 19 FINE TOILET ARTICLES,
'isher henry' ......... ...... X i ofS B 1 of S 'V 1 of S 'V #............... 34 4. 24E 9 4 OG Ii K ......... ...........N 4, S E i...................................... .. .. 14 2 N 24 E 480 8 31
Itaulk, Jane................. \\' ofS 1\" 1 of S 1\" 1 of S 'V i.............. 34 4 K 24E 5 1 00 Itit .....................\SOfNWNofSWlots3and4 ../16 2N25E 200 4 19 PERFUMERY, SOAPS ETC.

..................... { All of......... ...................... .................. 44 4 N 24E 110 ..................... Lots 3 and G..........................................17/ 4 N 25E 125 3 79 ,
fox, L. Lots 1, 5 811116. S E 1 ()IS 'V }......... ...... 34 5 N 24E :201 4 19 IN GREAT
franks, F...................- As..described in a deed on record in bonk WARREN F. SCOTT, Collector Revenue, Nassau County. VARIETY.
H," panes 543 and 544. County records. 31. 2 X 28 E 6 5 24 Fer andin:1. Fla., March 14,1884.COLLINS". -

ireeman, D3Vid.......... That part east of J..oftoll Creek of............ 39 2 N 27 E 175 5 24
Ford, lrIary......._. S f; t ofS 'V #.........................,.............14 2 N 24 8. 40 2 72 S?* Physicians' Prescriptions
S\VofS\V 1-.................................... 31N25E
r SEofSE #........................................ 41N'J3E 40 401 CO. HARTFORDEstablished carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at
! 1 IVofN\V 1........................................ lOIN 25 E 40 ,
Lot 4...................................................... 2 N 27 F. 79 4 78tirceo 1826MANUFACTURERS .
'; l'hihIJ.............. In the S E corner............ ...... ............... 3 N 26E no G 71
titII.has.. ........... ......... .9 4N25E 51 451 .
( 2N26E 40
I 2N26E 40
'rccu 1 l''ter......._..... Lot4..7 t 3 N 5 E 391

l 3 N 2G E 321 ., .,''II, IillJ! ,:, rl1Jllls Ii
3 X 26 E GOO 21 29 : '''In" ''I ,
f g i. 8 # ofNW t, S W' 1........................ 1 3 N(2E 579 tcOB ENDALL
I'. k...... ..... .......................................... 11 :3 N(24 E 316 ...- < ,:'", dot SPAV1NGuR _
SE #..................................................... 2 3N24E 158 i =
NEoPNWN\VofNE.23 3N24E 80
a, of S E }........ ......... .......................... 12 3 N 24 E 395 discovered, as it is certain in its
All of fractiona! ..... 3 N 2i E 5.37 1lwenr --- effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
*ifit6! PIidllleton & X w 1 of X E #. "T l. EofSESW I
1rltt. t' ofSESEof N E #I., 8i3N25E 320 I A -- Saved

:'.', 1 All E.EofS\V.SWofNWSE of..................... ..................."........l'!. 7: 3 l' 25 E 640 Him $1,800.00.

of S 11' }.. ........... .............................. 18 3 N 25E 518 OFPicks Dr. B. J. Kendall ADAMS,&N.' Co.Y., January 30,1882.
S4ofNESEofNWSk..... ...... '3 3N24E 41011 Axes Hatchets GE :
1 ..\ of.......................................... ........ 2'5 3 X 24E 634 Kendall's Ts-Ha\'ing used a good deal of your
AI I of................. ................................. 20 3 N 25E I Spavin would Cure with great success. I
\ All of (l except N E 1 of S f; I}................. 21 3 N 2'5 E lC)40 100 0Iiginbothatn 9 AND OTHER EXTRA done thought for Two let you know what it has
!I : Mrs K... Lots 3 and .......................................... 4 N 25E 105 5 68lIuhcs. QUALITY colt me. years ago I had as speedy
; E........... ......... E } of S.W' 1 of S W 1 of S \V I..3.. 4 4 N 24E 4 3 77 TOOLS FOR PARKS AND PLANTATIONS. a When as I was was ever raised him in Jefferson county.

iIiinbotham: : Arthur.. S WI .ofS. E #....................................... 2 S. 23E 40 7 1ihrrison 5 the crossbar breaking he kicked over
Miss E".......... North a of.................. ........................... 43 _C) ".. _.,15.1'. .' 200 8 GO Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER hind all and got fast and tore one of his
&)bbs. \\". J.................. As described in a deed on record in book / PLOWSOf legs to pieces. I employed the best
"' r." pages 331and 332, County records all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines. farriers He had but they all said he was spoiled.
Callahan, or part of........................... 30 I 2 \ 'LaIJ 6 ,1 used bottles very large thorough-pin, and I
flarri: Haniel............... The Henry Young grant........................ tOl3, X26E! / 190 346Ifllm'on. Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues, &.c.. Cure two and it of'your Kendall's Spavin
Daniel............ X 1 of X E }....................................... .. X 2-1 Ei 80 2 72t by writing to the makers, he sold, afterwards the for bunch entirely off and
t{ lIIsn.( Talbot ''''_...... N of S E 1..................... .....................,.2212 N 2t { 80 2 72 COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St. New York. used it for bone $1800 (dollars). I have
)uluiscm. H. C............... Part of the Gibson gran t........................ 46i 1 2 N 2.5 EI 40 8 9'Janes it has cured spavins and wind-galls, and
J. Kamp............ III the S 'V 1 corner of the S W 1 ofNE 30, 2 K 25 6 ,9 80 leg smooth.It always. completely and left the
luc\-.soa.\ July......... ...... "T of S E 1 or s W' of 8 W !............... 34 4 XI-1+: E 5 3 77 is .
ttdinsou. Daniel............ Lot 2..................................................... 2.3 4 E 53 5 24 DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S I have a recommended splendid medicine for rheumatism.
t.l ve. Samuel........ ...... N of Subdivision hA" of Jot 5, block. Xj25 all it it to a good many, and
they the
243. bein ; part of........ ....................... 23; 3 X'I 2S E 4 5 .r erington say work. I was in With-
(.and.: ;:: lrs. C.......... ...... E of N 'V }. S11' 1.............................. SII E 143 5 9 1J the other ILKneeland'sdrugstore.and saw in Adams,
". S1ofN EI.............. ........ ...... .. ..... 91 :; 8,23, : E 40 INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP sent them.day I tried a very fine picture
r All of..................................................10 1 Ni2J E 0401hlits rr you not they said if I would to write nuy it, but could
1 1.2 and 3....................................... 5 2N3 F. 1261 ;would send I to you that
All of fraction 1......... you me one. wish yon would,
.8 2 N 23E 11 Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liter Bowels and I will do you all the good I .
I ;S 'V of N El. lots 1. 2. 3 tlud 4...... ...... 9 2N 23E 23V Very can.
iF N..' lofSIIofNW #...... ............... _,,- 2N23EiI 160 Kidneys, Skin antI Blood. MILLIONS testify to its respectfully E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
""-< I I.ot 1................................... .................. &_)81 _C) :N '_)"'" 38 efficacy in healing the above -
;: named
r. l ofNEN\Vof X El. E of N diseases, and
J; I \VIN\VIofN '\VNEIofS }, I ff1r j pronounce iJ to be the Best Remedy Known to Man t Spavin Cure.

.: '. N E 1 of tot 3......................................1012, X 23 E 324
: :ii)' Lot 4.................................................... III i 2 N 2E 2 .. (;JV OX HUMAN FLESH.VEVAY .
,," SWof N1SofNW 1. W # of8 j GUARANTEED TO CURE
) E 1. Nh; 1 of S \Y t...... .... .. ...:........ N 23 E 240 Dr. B. J. Kendall &.Co.JND., August 12, 1881.
:. NNkofSELSWofSI, : 1, N 1 of Mark. GEXTS :
1I\-1 I \V 1................................................ 131; 2 :N 23 E 51 ..AOZEJUsTTSTrade day. Please-Sample send of circulars received to-
j l. \r1'1' nt' R i V 1 nr n' 1,.,. ni .n .10'. ) T,.' 0)n1 WANTEDLaboratory me. some- with-- m v imprint.
I Sofhfl1Iot2N- -" 1 iKi\ : : : .1 .l' "off pnmea on one sine only. ']lie Kenuaas
,. ....... n// Spavin Cure is in
.- I E ofSESWofS\1' 1...... ............ 2N 3E 27U 77 West Third St., New York City. Druggists sell it. and not only for excellent animals demand but with us,
: Ali of fractional.................................. '12N'3E 5 ailments also. for human
lend]. John.. ........... N E of N E 1. S ofS E 1. W of lot 1.. CEDARTOIV, GA., June 20th, 1881. leading farmers in Mr. Jos. Voris one of the .

Jots 2. 3 and 4............... ..................... 22'' 2 X 23 E 314 Dr. Clark Johnson :-My children were sick with Fever, and a short trial of your ankle badly, and our county the, sprained an
i SE 1 of X S 11 Indian Blood Syrup knowing value of the
I "I, "T 1 ofS E 1. S ofS completely cured them. remedy for horses tried it
W ........................................ 23' 2 X 23 E 161 40 nUDIE CANTLER. did far better than, he had on expected himself, and cured it
i, EofS E 1, \Vof the sprain in short
I 8 1V 1................................................ 24.2, N 23E Yours very C.order.O.
SEofN1V #.............. ...... ..................2iI2N23E! 160/ STOVES, TIN-WARE, ETC. :s; I c;. respectfully, THIEBAND.
'''' ofNE1. "" of8ElN 'V }. N I / ? S Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $o. All

I ofSW }.............. .................. ........... 2G 2N23E 398 druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
WofNEI.NWIofSEllotsland233 2N23E 218 W. I'. STREETY, will be sent to any address on receipt of
'. NofNE.WofNESEofX\V Second Street Curiosity 9 Variety Store price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KEN.
opposite the Post-Office, PALL & CO.; .
1, EofSENWofS El. Nt oSW Enosburgh Falls, Vt.

1................................................I,34 2 X 23 E FERXAXDINA, FLA. I j Offers a large and carefully selectedSTOCK Send for Illustrated Circular.
Lots 3 and 4..........................................,. 2 N 23E 3.Ot 1451 Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.
E i ofNEV 1...........................4 2 R,24E -
All of sections 5, 6 and 7. und l' E 1 and OF HOSIERY

1\of......... .................................... 8 2N'24E2400i, ., i wl)I
N E 1."r i of section 18. and NWof..192N24E. 640, -- i For Gentlemen Ladies and Children.
S of S 1 of section 31. and R of Ali 0 //f

1lattox l "r 1 of ......... ..................................SI..32 3 N 24E 16069 81 HAN:KRCHIEFS: MUNN & CO., of the SciExrmc
Lnianuel.......... N "T corner.................. ........................ 43 3\ 28 E 5/ 3 18 to act as Solicitors for Patents AMERICAN Caveats, Trada continue !
l.nrray, titepben_ ......... S \V 1 of N "r 1......... ............................16 3 N 25E 40 7 50 Silk, Linen and Cotton. Marks England Copyrights, for the United 8t.anada..
Germany etc. Hand Book about
EofSWTI.lots 1 and 2N24E 584 Patents sent free. Thirt 1lpven"ears'experience.
r. E i. 'V of N ""1. S E i 2..1 Gloves, Neckties Ribbons Patents obtained throuch MUNJT&; CO.are noticed
SW.SEofSW }.. I 2N24E 564 In most the widely SCIENTIFIC circulated AMERICAN'scientific the largest. best,and
U dUini's l'l1rifier Co :111 of fractional! ........ ........................... 36 3 N 24E Laces, Towels, Napkins, Weekly. Splendid engravings:; and paper.inter stlnir year.In-
All of fractional]............... ..................... 6 2 N 25E 5GOi Dress formation.sent free.Specimen copy of the Scientific American -
Lining Buttons MUNN & ,
All of fractional........ ........................... 8 2 N 2.3 E'l AMERICAN Office.261 Broadway, New CO.York.SCIENTIFIC
All of fractional........ ........................... 33 N 25 E 53 06JIi and Notions Generally.A .
ddleton (For tax of 1882)).................................... 'i0 38 ---- ------ -------- ------
t'henzie, Glaco.......... Lots 3 and 4. block 12. Old Fernandina... 4 51 P TEXTS obtained for new inventionsor
Gee-............ S "T" } o. E }-............ ........................ 222N24E 40'.I 3.- new lot of LACE COLLARS and XECK-' for improvements in old
\Ic."ttC II, C D.._.... ...... Lots 33 and 34. block 2, Fernandina........ 419! STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS. TIES just received and marked low. ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand
It cry j.A: X............ Lot "_. block] 5'. Ferna .;J''J_.................. ._ all patent business promptly attendedto.
1fcr-ncc: D............... Lot 3 block TIN AN SIIEET-IROX WARE INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
J. 7, King's Ferrr_.................. 4 51 :
:'VI,. lard a, as............... OJ E.l 0 fS ".l:' #......... ..............................22 2N24E ,40 199 ROOFING AND GUTTERING Our Stock of CORSETS is REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
rl't'S (r, J'..................Lot 1......................................................_)4 4: N 25 E GO j 4 a1 Very Superior. ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Patent -
Itatctr."i'; \ -'". .........8 11" 1................................................... 22 2 X 24 E lGOj 4 19 PUMPS, DRIVEX WELLS, ETC Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSI-
1............... All of (except 20 acres in N W corner 'of 1l2J'- In NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-
and the S E 1))............... ..................... 383 N" 26 E 4GO,I 24 79 A large stock Stoves on hand. Gn-eme ETS PICTURE TOILET FRAMES, BRACK- ents in less time than those who are remote
l r.III)., l; Lot 12, block 9. Fernandina.................... a call, and compare my prices with those of fine \-ariety. SETS, we offer a from Washington.
.eor"'c 8 ......... { .hot 25. 1", ..................".... other houses, here or elsewhere. When Inventors send model or sketch,
::"UI'II Lot 18.d 6. ., ........:,.. :....... 33 30 we make search in the Patent Office. and
]I.llrl'r SlJ.p \1 oscs.. ......... Lot 3..i..6 2 N 1)8 E 134 61 LOUIS A. C. LANGE, FLORIDA iUD SE3II-TROPICAL CURIOSITIES advise as to its patentability free of charge,
siklo,. j C....-... ......... l..ot8 26 and 27, block 2._ Fernandina........ S GO Correspondence confidential ; fees reasonable -
"cott I.II..;.....-............S1V 1 ofSE 1....................................... 154N2340 593 TTPHOLSTERER A SPECIALTY. ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT-
iTearin.' ............S of Jot 8, block 40, Fernandina.. ......... 5 9S U S.DDLEXD IIARXESS-MAKER, ENT IS OBTAINED.We .
; ... IL...... As described in a deed en record'in book Foot of Centre Street, refer by permission to the City Postmaster -

'tanl\, I .n:' page 23. County records_...........; 38 2 N 21 E 190 4 93 FERXAXDIX.FLOTIIDA.. :!9- Orders from the Country Solicited. and to the Superintendent of the
:'Rnusi': I 4.[ "V......-......... \11 of section .'Sand..............:............... 33 2 N 23E;; 701 22 PostOfficeIoneV' Order Division in Wash
tbolq,. ; ; J a.................. S B corner of lot 3................................. 7 4 N 23 E 21 I, 4 51 Furniture repaired in the best manner. : ington. For special references, circularservice ] ,
'U111. J'II ......... .....:... 011 N. end 0 f........"""............................ 43 3 N -"3 E -y 3 18 Hair Mattresses made to order at short KIN GS ::7 terms, etc., addressC. '
111 .-... ......... N 11 corner............... ..I.........................40 IN 1.a,,- E 163 I 4 51 notice. 36 '. 17 tf Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts.'. Opp.Patent Offiep.vasaivgton.. A. SNOW &. TV CO.P., 2t '





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The attention of the readers of the MIRROR The whole St. Johns river country would be '-- ,, EXAMINE
is invited to the new advertisement of the permanently benefited. Sailing; ships and Range of ThermometerFOR ;'j.... .- ',Y -
steamships of heavy draught would then

y. t fJ.OOA YEAR; $J.OO FOR SIX MONTHS Samuel King, an old respected colored land their cargoes at either the Fernandinaor DRCG STORE.MARINE. NEW

c. citizen and a preacher, was stricken with Jacksonville wharves. The inland pas- f f I Wind
Reflect>R. a .. C. STOCKS
which is between Indian =
paralysis while holding services in the M. E. sage, being opened I I I 1- Cr-.4 COSaturday.Mch.23 Q ,

Church on Ash street Sunday afternoonlast. river and St. Augustine, will be extended to : S
t- :Mrs. II. J. Baker nnd children returned S
the St. Johns and would then connect with 63 70 70 I G8 X. E.
He ,
}" yesterday from Augusta, Ga. lingered until Tuesday, when he Sunday ..............23 60 72 70 E. I

''':.J. ; The steamship San Antonio carried fifty died. King was over GO years of age. theronteindiC ,,,:' ville or Fernandina. Why should not a 6G 76 ,1 S. E.
The effects of the cold I
:(l her north. seems to have invigorated 178
on trip
,h: ,". passengers grand effort be made to consummate so important 'V ednesday........26 73 75 7.1 S. \\'.

; :'.' 1 General Torrance. wife and daughter, of the trees'and stimulated them to and desirable and practicable a Thursday} .......... 7 GS 71 70 69 N. E. -

New York at the this week. new efforts. We seem in this respect to Friday ...............28 6G 80 80 48 S. E. AND
;;if were Egmont !scheme? C. P. COOPER.
,," have fared better than: our neighbors at
< :Mrs. S. L. Weld and Mr. E. P. Weld, of Jacksonville, March 25, 188.$. ----- ------ TABLECUTLERY
Jacksonville. No doubt
our insular positionis
Boston, have again returned tothe Egmont. ., '
-" t a very considerable protection.The Religious Services To-Morrow. :,

-,: : .. Dr. and Mrs. Qnimby, of Virginia, regular St. Port "
.. ,1 Street Committee of the City Council Peter's Episcopal Church : Services in of Fernandina.
visitors at Fernandina, are again at the I Eg't SCISSORS
has now a large force at work filling in the the morning by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Whip- HIGH WATER. ;" : -

.' ";;' monte low places! on Eighth Street and clearing pie, of Minnesota. Saturday, March 29...... 9:1.1 A.M..: 10:13 P.M.; ) ETC.,

T II. L. Terrell and family, of New York, Cedar Street. Drains will be opened im- Presbyterian Church : Services at 10:30a. Sunday, 30..10:33. 11:01: J;' ':

",' 'r. are among the prominent guests of the Eg mediately. Eighth Street, south of Beech, m. Subject of discourse, A Rejected Tuesday Monday,, April 31..11:22"1...... ..:... 11:52 0:10.: WHICH

C monte has long stood in need of this improvement. Savior;" at 7:30 p. m., All who die in infancy Wednesday, 2...... 0:49" 1:17" AVE

,,',:. Mrs. J. C. Lord, daughter and niece, of The-Holmes Block on Bay street, Jackson- saved." Thursday, "" 3...... 1:53"" 2:21 ". 'c
Friday -1...... 2:5G 3:24": 5 OFFER
: New York, arrived at the Egmont on ville, was burned on Monday morning last. Methodist Episcopal Church : Services by -,-_ '. -,

.)., Wednesday.James Loss pretty well covered by insurance. the pastor. Rev. Mr. Chandler, morning and ENTERED. c- AT

". M. Wilcox, wife and son, of Phila- Messrs. Ashmead Bros suffered the loss of evening. Mch. 25-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah -

: delphia, are registered for a few week's stay their building, with considerable printed Catholic Church : Services morning and ; with freight and pas- SURPRISINGLYLOW, -

;\: evening.i sengers, to AV. Tucker, agent.
; at the matter. They estimate their loss at $10,000
Egmont. ; "
25-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder, _
:," t. Colonel J. C. Head cleared Monday last insurance $3,000. In the printed matter The Grand and Petit Juries.In 1,080 tons, New York ; freight I PRICES.
+! the bark Lorna Doon for Buenos Ayres with lost we regret to see that the sheets of the compliance with the State law, the fol- and passengers;, to R. AV. South- ,

,1{ yellow pine lumber. interesting life of Charles Seton Fleming, by lowing list of jurors was publicly drawn yes- wick, agent. FRED
25 Schr.Jennie
Rosaline,Saxton, Port
F. P. Fleming, Esq., were p terday by the lIon. II. J. Baker
f : The steamer St. XlcJiolas upon 1 her initial Royal ; ballast, to master. 1V.IIOYT .
:1' tripon thenewinland route Montgomery Commissioner!:: Sebring has appointed the Judge ; J. A. Edward, Clerk of the Court, 25-Schr. Wm. Wilson, Eldridge, Philadelphia -

= 1 following committee to gather np exhibits and J. A. Ellerman, Sheriff, to serve at the ; car wheels and lime, &CO.'
r I ; passengers. to master.
and make for the spring term of the Circuit Court which
arrangements representation convenes "
'j l: Mrs. J. E. Graeff and daughter, of Philadelphia 27-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savan- .
J' of Nassau county at the New Orleans here the third week in April : nah ; with freight and passengers '

'.: who have been visiting friends in exhibition : Isidor O'Neill, chairman of the GRAND JURY. PETIT JURY. to "'. B. Tucker, agent.

.. our city, left on Thursday. board, Warren F. Scott, Fernandina ; J. E. Dyall, David D Glaiber, Albert 23-S. P. David Clark, Daniels, Savannah I
Bryce George W C P with freight and For the Best
Mahoney, passengers Family Groceries
Misses of Boston
The -
Upham have Davis
; ,
King's "MacWilliams
; Howe, Elam Vanzanf, George N to AV. B.Tucker, agent. Send to Fred AV. Hoyt & Cos.
I:; from a short trip up the St Johns, Italia; A. W. Mahoney, L. W. IIi ginboth- McClellan, D W Ilig-inbotham:; ,, D II CLEARED. Goods Delivered to

,I:.... and are again at the Egmont.. am, Callahan ; Capt. Hilliard: Hilliard ; G. Waas. A H Jones, Harley Mch. 26-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, Savannah i All Parts of the City
Wcstberg, CJ. Green Noah S Free
and of Portland Me. W. Bryce, Brandy Branch N. H. Hicks with and of Charge.
:'; I:" F. C. Crocker family, ; Carroll, H D Alverson, David; W ; freight passengers -

I. ; : arrived at the Egmont this week, where they Dutton. Carrio, S Latham, George A by AV. B. Tucker, agent. .,
20-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder
,". .;,; intend to remain for some time. We are surprised to observe the immensetax Booth. W J Hagerdin, Thomas, 1,080 tons New York ,
.t. Beal ; freight
;,: Dr. W. E. Snyder, the dentist, will leave advertisement in Orange .county. We Godfrey, R AT Olapp Fiinkc, Paul and passengers, by R. W.South-
,. ,,11 wick Hay, Corn, Oats, Iran. Grain Feed
are at a loss to understand why so Hazel agent. ,
; next week for a trip up the St. Johns river. many ton; Augustus Green, Peter 23-Bark Lorna Doon, Lynn, Buenos Wholesale and Retail,

lie will be absent about a week. people in such a prosperous community Dukes, John Mann, Charles G Ayres ; lumber, J. C. Read. by

\ should fail to meet their taxes, unless it is a Gray, W E Crews, J K Fred '\". &
23-Schr_ G. B. McFarland Philadelphia Hovt Co.
i '. We are indebted to the ladies of the Mansion Braddock.( ,II-'II; Hart Henry -
graceful way of contributing to the financial lumber, Alsop & Clark.
of flowers Sauls, Jirv.-_ Sikes, Daniel ;
House for a very choice boquet "
25 Schr. 1,. T. AVhituiore
s Blakington
support of our excellent the Wilkerson ,
cotemporary, John :Martin, George L
: adorn the editor's table.
: which now Baltimore lumber Cook
Orange County Reporter. Our county of Friend, Emi
Mrs. and Miss Papineau, of Monte Belle, ----. -
Nassau, which according to the of "
census 28 S.
r P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savan-
Hotel Arrivals.TOURIST Lime, Plaster, Cement, Hair, Shingles,
arrived at the Thursday :
Canada, Egmont on -
1880 has almost the nah with freight and
precisely same popula- ; pas- Nails, and other Building
; where they contemplate remaining a tion, shows a very short list of delinquent HOTEL. sengers, by "". B. Tucker, agent. Material at Fred

l. =rS r-l': few weeks. tax-payers, which speaks well for the efficiency Hon W Brennan.Misses Katie and Maggie Bren- IN PORT. AV. Hoyt &

i ',:';u; General Mauran, wife and two daughters::, of Col. Scott and the willingnessof nan Brooklyn and maids, I. I ; ,E Mr B Nelson William, Richard Lynch Connors and wife and, Bark Albert: (Dan.), Veneon. Go's.

'. t t,1 of Providence, n. I., were at the Egmont on our people to pay their quota of the wife, Joseph D Peterson, W G Morrow, Mrs Morrow Bark Veloce (Fr.), Azibert.
a New York ; J E Harrison, St Louis: A S Schr. Jennie I;'. AViley, Chadwick.
i ; Thursday night, leaving next morning for burden of taxation. Westlake, L C Palmer, Marquette, Mich ; Miss L Schr. Susan II. Ritchie, Bartlett.

the North. M Keith, Mrs It R Taylor Greenfield, Mass ; Schr. Jennie Rosaline, Saxton.
: :
: ;
Geo H Sherman, Wm H Stoddard
Change of Schedule.A ; Schr. Win. Wilson
,' Wm. C. Prime, the eminent journalist and Mrs Calvin Bridgman, Belchertown, Mass; S A Eldridge.
: change of unday schedule on the F. & Martin, New York; C II Grant, wife and child, - --- -- .
,?:" proprietor of the New York Journal of Commerce J. Division Wm Griffin, Chicago, Ill; J D Lewis, Bay City, Notice. FUIlXITURERED
of the F. R. & N. Co. takes place Mich ; Henry Yerding and wife Delise Archer T & CO.
few ,
with Mrs. Slosson spent a days
to-morrow, leaving Fernandina at 5 p. m., West Indies; A G Moonay, Helena, Montana; All holders of the 8 per cent. (Frceland) :
,t, .< this week in our city. x Henry B Horton, Newcomb, Bluff, La; Geo T Bonds of the Florida Railroad Company are j
,. I arriving at Jacksonville at 6.25 p. m. Leave Littlefield, Boston, Mass; Jos Osborne, wife and
+ t. hereby notified to meet at office, in the
,1' ,. ', TleattcntIono f our readers, especially of i Jacksonville at 9 a. m., arriving at Fernan child, Derbyshire, England; :Major: C C T Preene, city of Fernandina 1st
on Thursday
1 U S Army; Joseph E Clark, Boston, Mass Wm
i ;: the fair is called to the advertisement of ;
sex, dina at 10.25 a. m.Dungeness. Wright and wife, Robt Johnson and wife, Brook 1884, for the purpose of determining what
3 :'; ;1.: :Mrs. B. A. King. Her display of spring lyn N Y; James Thompson and wife, St Louis; disposition shall be made of the remaining

bonnets, hats, etc, is magnificent. Excursion. A F Costello and wife, Jersey City. lands held by me for the benefit of the The & Co's.
MANSION HOVSE. Bonds still outstanding, and to provide for Best Hovt
!t :*: Our streets are now redolent with the Quite a large party visited Dungeness last J II Brooks, E M Patterson, John A Russ. Wm accrued expenses on same. Flour, S AV*.

t 1 fragrance of orange blossoms. We have Saturday Mr. Carnegie's new mansion is Coleman, P II Johnson, R A Laud, New York; Jas tf. M. A. AVILLIAMS, Trustee. Choicest Fred
II Yaler
T A Conklin, St Louis; B M Solomon, W
11 ; never seen the orange trees look better or making rapid progress, and will soon be S McAllum Charleston; W Yates, wife and child, Fernandina, Fla., March 29, 1884. Meats at

of fruit. come a conspicuous feature in the landscape. Plymouth, Mass; J D Trimmer, Madison, Wis: S and Goods ;
:-jt: : give promise of a larger yield Whitaker, Mt Sterling, Ky; J M Burton, Danville, T UCY COTTAGE Most Reliable Canned
A large force of workmen is employed, and Ky; George W McMullin and wife, W 0 Hall and
and of
<< wife
t.. John S. Gould, daughter, wife, Brunswick J W Cherry and wife
from the portion already erected some idea ; Mrs II S Seventh-St.
weeks Morse, Chicago A W Walton E near Egmont Hotel,
Chicago, who spent several at the : C Hough, Rome,
can be had of the beauty, elegance and size Ga; M Smith, A Girredeaux, J R Coachman,Florida -
i Egmont last winter,are once more numbered of the building. Old Dungeness visible ; J II Stiff: Cleveland; 0 Swift, Milwaukee: W FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. Wood, Wood.
g : : the regular guests of the hotel. II H Morrow, F W Flint, J W Iattox, Georgia; Having recently established "Wood-YanJ
.. ", many miles at sea, and could be seen by all A T Kieorne: Wm J Kerner,Pal atka; Sam Brown, Offers pleasant well furnished withor a
: :Mr. W. J. Woodward returned last night Newark, N J; J F Nichols and wife, J P Andreuand rooms. near Duryee's mill, provided with all tfce
steamers passing through the inland route. without board. Table Boarders will be
Ii .. wife Miss Nora :Mira, Jacksonville; General necessary machinery for sawingand splitting
d'a': 4 from North Carolina. Mr. Woodward'shealth The grounds are very lovely, and are keptin D Renick wife and child, Lincoln, Neb; F B accommodated ; also transient.

,t,: is somewhat improved, though not order Jagger and wife, Burlington la; Wm B Sturde- 2 Miss LUCY 0. THOMPSON. FIRE-WOOD ,
perfect by the hospitable proprietor .
want, I1lllrard. L T 1lfann Savannah C B I
; am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood
... i ".' as much as his friends here had hoped for. who kindly welcomes the public to the full Capers, Maryland; F P Kempkley, Macon; L .A sawed fireplace
J to for either
lengths stove or
Waldron PROCLAMATION. any ,
Muskegon, Wis; II L Coleman Cincinnati
'J; ; ,: The Florida Railway and Navigation and free enjoyment of the walks and drives, ; Rev II R Schenck and wife, Lake Makopac-, .. at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .

,t, Company is enlarging the depot and side which are so inviting in every direction. N Y; T II Van Cleve, Escanaba, Mich, Miss Snow, MAYORS OFFICE, A. ELLERFo :'[_\ .
A W Nichols, R C Herberger, Miss Lewis, Lawtey, }
: '" track facilities at Gainesville in order to accommodate The Martha is very nicely fitted up as an excursion Fla; II C Cassidy, Wilmington, N C; WB Whitney, FERNANDINA, FLA., March 20, 1884.NOTICE .

.. ; the increase of boat and her officers South Corolina; L P Dees and wife, Columbus 0; IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE )' Sale,
large freight polite con-
J S Camp, Campville; R B Sandiford, wife and voters of the City of Fernan-
::: business. tribute all in their power to the enjoymentof child, Georgia; J F Siss Portland, Me; Mrs Irons, dina that the annual election of officers for Or exchange, for Northern city property
:Miss Lulu Irons, Harry Irons, Steubenville G W a thirty-five acre truck farm, with two-story
the ; said city will be held
',' I. Senator Sawyer, of Wisconsin, Manderson, trip. Wood, Philadelphia; T W Hoffman, Washington; on Monday, the dwelling, barn, etc. Beautifully situated
day of 1884
April at the
J Ammidown, Hartford Conn. following
the mainland Nassau within halfa
,( of Nebraska, and Jones, of Florida, with a The Inland Passage.To named places : on river,
EGMONT. mile of the Florida Transit & Peninsular
,; party of friends, are coming to Florid afor a the Editor of the Mirror: Wm A Pond, Jr and wife, W C Prime, Mrs A T Precinct No. 1, at the Mayor's Office, Third Railroad. Land all under cultivation.MRS. .

.', I.:! brief visit. We should be glad to see them Forty the most traveled route Slo son, Wm Hoyt and lady, Addison Smith and -Street; EMMA' FLETCHER..
years ago wife, N W Dodge, Jno A Beckwith and wife, Mr Precinct No. 2, at C. J. AVestburg's Store, ;
I in Fernandina. from Savannah to Jacksonville and the and Mrs D Torrance, Miss Torrance and maid, W Old Town ; !Fernandina, Fla., March 7, 1881

1 ,:: 1 Jacksonville is a good deal excited over its upper St. Johns, as high as Enterprise, was wife B G Ward, Mr and and Mrs wife,E N S Ketcham Briggs, G, G Miss Dunning Ketcham and, Between the hours of 8 a. m. (standard For Rent.

1 municipal election. Dr. Dancy is the Demo- by the inland passage. The steamer was Geo N Morgan, Edward Kearney, Mr and Mrs II time) and sunset on said dare
L Terrill and two children :Miss Keffer Adrian And the following officers of the city will The store on Second street now OCCUpif
cratic candidate for Mayor, and C. B. Smith taken at Savannah and came along through liegeman, A P Gumming, Mr and MrsWTBrown, then and there be chosen by a vote of a by me. and known as the "New York

the candidate of the Republican and soi- Romney Marsh down to Darien and St. Herman C Strobcl and wife, A Stanhope, D H majority of the votes given at said election, Store," with fixtures, etc. Desirable location.
ning, Chas, Mr Palm Seckberger, Mrs J C,Lord B S Henning.Bell, Miss S Lord,Hen-Miss viz.: : Possession given by the middle of April.
E B Lord and maid A Mayor, P.VCLFCNKK.: : .
d '' New York ; Mr and Mrs
Gunraison's., Henry E Cobb, Misses Upham, Mrs S L Weld, E F A Clerk, Fernandina, Fla., March 1, 1831.i .
f Weld, Mrs George Holden, Geo II Tinkham, wifeand An Assessor, i j ,

, crowded: to its utmost capacity, and some- Fort George Island. A good class of steam- n Holden two children, wile and, Miss child Abbie, A W A Tinkham Spencer, ,Frank John A Marshal, Fresh Strawberries

;, times obliged to find rooms for transient boats plied this inland route ; it was safe W Dyer, C n Goodrich and wife, G M Starbird J A Treasurer, ,j On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at M j
A Collector :
t B rpham, Boston ; HoraC'e Evans, Horace Y Ev- j! E. Dotterer s. AV. F. Sr./rr,
.. visitors in the adjacent cottages. and pleasant. Why was it abandoned ? We I. ass, Horace E Richards, Nathan I) Davis, James And five ((5)) Aldermen. i i

were getting into the progressive age, even a M Wilcox and wife, Arthur V Wilcox, Philadelphia Given under my hand and the seal of the I
t +/ Ilev. Mr. Arnold, rector of Emmanuel : E Holmes and wife, A F Wise Mr and Mrs Just J'h'ed-FoJ' Sale Cheap.
; few years ante bellum. The inland route DABrody, J C Simpson, Mrs II Wallace, Miss city this 20th day of March,188.1.C. !\ 100 barrels Lime,
Church Little Falls, preached an admirable
i .., : was too long, and required too much timeto Wallace, Brooklyn X YG S Ilubbard and wife, A. HALEY, Mayor. 150 barrels Potat'i *-
i sermon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church on Geo II Holt Jno S Goulds and wife Miss Gould, R. F. SMITH. City Marshal. [SEAL.] j
take the traveling public through from Mr and Mrs J Macsrregor, Miss J L '| Early Rose, Peerless, and Burbank.
; Sunday morning last. Mr. Arnold left our Bacon Ill King, Mrs E J Attest AVii. F. rOOD, JR., City Clerk. : 16 A. B. NOYKi :-,
South Carolina Chicago, ; D B Cameron and wife
..' Georgia or to Florida. Sea- 3t '
2 ; city on Friday; morning for his Northern W G Lee, James Cosgrove, Jr, Charleston, S C; W
t -. going teamers were substituted. The inland Geo Anderson, Miss Rhoda Anderson, Miss Alice -
i : home. White, Mrs B F Trin and maid, Louisville, Ky
; c : Gen. ""m. Austin and Mrs.:! Bradford, ofNew passage was partially closed by the old Mr and firs I" C Crocker, Mrs Bcag-ell, F S Jack-;
steamer Ockmvlgee going to pieces in the 80n and two children, I'ortland; James SItcrnscn,
York, who spend a greater part of their e II Itt'llli'enlrs Y JAlbie, Jamaica L I ; Julius \ rfP/@JW
.channel between the "Sister PiYtt
Islands, and King, T Lehman Wm Howe II I
: ; winters in Fernandina, }leave for home next A Palmer, Savan- :
United States boat is said to have followed nab : It\l lieek, J C Weaver, A F Ebenuan Miss
: week, via Beaufort and Charleston, S. C., Hawthorne, Penn; ('01 )1 Churchill and wi.feIis

l and Washington. They expect to tarry a her example during the war. Hence the mack, ZllnesyilIe, Ohio; II I' Card and wife, 3I .'. la. e2 (41- .
channel between those islands is virtually M Spangler W Miller: Cleveland, Ohio: J Ross ; .
: '_ week in each of these places. and wife, Miss Anna W RosT Ipswich, Mass ; W !_ TERMS:10 i2J/ ,
stopped up. The obstruction can be easily H Bancroft and wife, C II Newhart and wife, !, ,
: ; The San Antonio, which sailed for New removed, and the channel! again opened. I Lynn, Mass : Samuel Thomas. Edwin Iickley, CASH.. Co /" ; t'tJ-Cf./ :":
...,, .
: : carried the Cdtarau-lll: I'd ; II McKinnesc, Miss Hawkins, /
York, Thursday night, following am fully persuaded that this is the outlet of Portland, Oregon; C Jones Mrs C Jones, Miss ;; .: '"

;, cargo : 272 barrels rosin, 120 barrels spirits the St. Johns river. .The entire Moses:; ;uffi\1\ Y; J S IoyeweU, A J Gale So $
-. Gardner, Mass Gen and Mrs E C ) ZZncr 1tck.11-ct;
I '' cedar 44 !: ; Mauran W II < .
310 oft
turpentine, cases packages .
from the point where the'crgence takes Jenncr r, lj'*ltb1Urtl'17Irs! M Gertrude Mauran,
t : vegetables, 123 packages of merchandise, Providence,'RI'C: J Wingaite, W II Wingaite ,
: ,; place, on leaving the St. Johns river to pass Maine ; Miss Rogers, r. M Crosby L Adams, T II t' '
: f '._. ,
24,000: feet of lumber, 1,332 pounds of fish, through the Sisters," and into the Nassau Ienoy Jackrrth illQ: 1V n l\rolt Yonkers. X .y j atc;:ai :::,:> ."
.:... t ix refrigerators of strawberries. W IV fill and wl e.Albany, X ): ; Mrs antI Miss 0' ,
and Amelia rivers, cannot exceed thirty IJa.pineffit, Motile P.c ll; Clllladn.; C II Ua-booCk and = .

.- f'' The: apron and neck-tie party 'given by miles. The whole of it is susceptible of easy Wifl', }Wche,<:ter:' X Y: W S Ilolden and d wife. S. .
Syracuse, N Y; )1 Jo'eQh, Baltimore; CoI' 0 l- 5 "
., the Ladies Aid Society of the :Methodist and thorough dredging. A permanent Lamar,JvansaiTj O II iJeLonch, Georgia; -T W

..- ':,., .. l'lt 1 h *t the!' residence of M. A. Williams, channel of any desirable depth and width is Greenwood, East Templeton, Mass: Jas W Ensign
t. and wife, Paterson, ti J? Mr: and Mrs Francis
j :: ;: ,;': .1..HcJ;, <)n Tuesday evening last, was largely obtainable. A bar of from 17 to 20 feet of Kendall, AVatertown. Mass; Miss Goshorn, Cin- ,

i -.:: :- :: attended. Jt was an enjoyable affair, and water can be, reached at a very. little greater cinnati Mrs Geo, Ohio Wavmoiith; Geo II, Meyers Cambridge., Pawtneket Mass;,!' AV II I C; i "

'jY. proved complete suooe in more respects distance than the distance, from said pointof Moore, St Louis, Mo; Jno W Fuller and, wife, I
..' \ : to'the Toledo, Ohio: Frank Semple and wife, Pittaburr: ., : : : ."
r. one. divergence present St. Johns bar. }'a Dr and Mrs and ::
Geo servant
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