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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: April 19, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
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General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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VI. ...'_ FERNANDINA. FLA., SATURDAY" APRIL 19, 1884. NO. 21.

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FLORIDA TnA V EL.TALL.UfASSEE ness and the air'with perfumes. Lake Jack- EASTER." ct'' less it to
was give free trade to the people, SELF-RELIANCE.
son, whose southern end-is about two miles
larger wages to the laborers, better invest- The habit of
ROSES.
TilE CITY OF depending on others is an
from the city, is some twelve or fourteen Clarice with the tender ment
to
eyes capital and
Tu.LUU ::5EE, March 29, 1884. greater glory to the evidence of \\"eakncs'Vith it i
miles long. It abounds in bass. I took a Fair, and sweet and full of American many *
hopes the
,
hotel that we had found in Florida name on high seas and among natural. From early childhood there
The bt half dozen with a fly, casting from the shore As birds of Summer-tide; the nations of the earth. those who are
House at Fernandiua. to need
was the Burnout under a high bluff, whereon some one Clarice filling 'deeds appear a stronger personto
pro- daily The
house also defeated the bill
to give lean
aJ1other In Like
as on. vines that
h.1'" as pleasant must cling ,to
The I dace 1 poses to build a large hotel. Lake Bradford With little:.petty, toilsome tasks' lands to Indian farmers individually, and trees fur
has the additional attraction
'L'lor'III'and support, some persons are ever feeling -
eastern is smaller, but more beautiful, l lying three Around the fireside. the hill to reduce or abolish the tax
of. fine wa beach two miles from on after a stronger influence to bear them
miles. away on the other side of the city. It distilled
reached by a good road. The coast Sweet and pure the maitJ n'S'heart; spirits from grain. Congressman up. Whether this be overcome where it is
the 1 town is a round pond, in a setting of old York took
cypresstrees the
and the water shallow fora half mile Like to river, clear:and free, position that all taxes shouldbe inherent is a question. It has been argueil
is I low which spring from the water along its
; repealed as far as was consistent with the that it
breakers when'the wind Ran life's cannot. And there
melody yet
beach The are cas'swhere ;
oft t he shores, leaving here and there stretches of needs of Government
while
are seen far out and are very' Through the household as she sang ; Mr.Milliken under stress of circumstances natures
JN easterly! white sand beach. I
saw a large alligator
hut here as elsewhere on the east Merry trill now highland clear, spoke against making whisky free, and that before were weak and )"ielding.have.be-
naml.I sunning himself there and white
a crane
a keeping the tax the
on necessities of
of Florida the ocean lacks its grandest:: little Then so tenderly I life come strong and vigorous. It has. often
coast: way off solemn I inspecting him. on bread.
clear The tide or' been remarked that women
of the water. on shipboardhave
leaulythat If I weary you with praises:: of Tallahassee Unto all things true $?ie.was The'house
; ._. gave some attention to the bill shown in time distress
fortitude
of in J and
out
muddy lagoons
rising',! ; au.l flowing; just spend a month in eastern Florida, on Each new day with gaj-jcontent, for the erection of fifty three Government than
that
courage greater
floods of the otstrong men. It.
the
the Miat>lies. and yellowriwx the St. Johns, or elsewhere and then Like the flowers sh .trew .
come ; buildings in as many cities and towns, devoted does seem clear that this quality be- .
St. may
and
= like the Savannah: Mary's here and enjoy the contrast. And earth Minted thro Summer
tie sun i
make a day to legislation for the Territoriesand summoned when occasion demands it. Can.

others, iliseul; and dirty the sea Will soon be a railroad leading here from And rains fell, and Winter snows, received a hundred bills, resolutions, it be cultivated for the ordntary.uses of life L
In this
water n! MJr, the (1taot.: respect the Thomasville, and thus Northern traveler And Clarice bloomed. anew. petitions and memorials, which were read Self-reliance is dependence on-self emer-
than the
At-
attractive
<;ulfcoastI is more the at Pernaiulina may come to this part. of Florida by way of But one day her heart \woke- and appropriately referred. gencies and amid all the duties and strug-
atmosphere
lantic coast Hut Augusta: and Macon, avoiding the long flat Statesmen
breezes which Tender heart so strong a nd true, of the upper house an now gles of life. Some idea of what we are-the
by sea ,
i is tempered
ride, of unvarying tediousness, by way of And Clarice looked within. t trying to change the Naval Appropriationbill habit of self-dependence a. preparationfor

make the place very in the pleasant hot to one who the Wilmington, Savannah and Jacksonville. Ah, dear Christ," site, murmured i low. to the shape favored by the Senate com- this. And in order to do this we believe

has been broiling suns along When it is possible to reach the Gulfcoastby mittee
which
means $6,500,000 in of
the
Johns River and at, Jacksonville. Little am I, faint alHr weak, excess responsibility children are made to
St. this western or middle route, my prophesy Very full of sin. the amount voted by the house. In the assume at home the better for then For

r 9 f a ill is that the current of pleasure travel course of some remarks Senator McPhersonsaid example, a round of duties maybe assigned,

Tallahassee has long been praised as the will set steadily in this direction. The highland Make me, doing service grand. 0 that while the Government persisted in for the regular and correct performance of

{flower city of the State of Flowers, and it : section Middle Florida has vast superiority To fulfil thy work som "here." keeping: the present Secretary of the Navy, which they are held responsible.' This supposes -

deserves the praise. It is situated in a rolling over the eastern portion of the So did Clarice'pray J J it could not wonder a lack of confidencein that they be not reminded of those

country, with abundance of hills and State for pleasure-seeking travelers. This And the earth sa uiled' rand sun, i, the Navy Department. Senator Hale duties from day to day, but expected to

hard wood; forests. Coming hither from the high land extends, with little interruption, Sky and bird and tree rejoiced ; retorted that it would be impossible for the think of and attend to them It may be the.

everlasting: flatness of Eastern Florida onei down the peninsula (o the country I. described And 'twas Easter fiay.Low New.Jersey Senator to take his seat without care of a room,.the setting apart of certain.

i charmed with the contrast. I doubt much, in a former letter, lying between and undertone of peace getting off some bile against Secretary hours for study the looking after certain

Northern people came here and saw the Sanford and Tampa. It is a healthy country Fell upon the young'girl's soul Chandler, whereupon Senator McPherson chores. No matter what responsibility i is

place and surrounding country in March, with dry atmosphere, said to be free In a rhythm divine: referred} the gentleman from Maine to the attached, and the child then left. If careless -

Whether they would consent to go elsewherefor from swamp malaria, and vastly more beau- "In no grand work breathing! fame newspapers of the country for opposition it is evident that it is weak in a very-

winter quarters. Just now the Cherokee tiful to the eye.-Cor. Journal of Commerce. Do I call that you shuuhaiP I rove bile Senator Vest explained the decline of important particular. And education, along

robcis in full bloom and all the roads in the Atjierican Merchant Marine in this line
--------- You are child of mine/: a long may be regular and constant. It

all directions are white with its abounding t( THE BLUE AND THE GRAY. speech and arraigned the Republican party is, however. only the beginning.
Nay but if each day:
blo ()III. The city is an old and scattered -- ; yon showIn because; having had charge of the .Government In
a more advanced stage this element
the home I
city, almost! every house surrounded by a 'THE OFFICIAL. APPEAL IN BEHALF OF THE Love's sweet gave t()tude you since, 1861;' the country was\ still without assumes the exercise judgment.! For; a

/flower garden, with a great variety of rosesand CONFEDERATE HOME. ser a Navy. Senator Hale replied that in child
to
merely perform routine service does
other blossoms. The city is literallyone The ex-Union and ex-Confederate vet- I will give you pled divineOf the last twelve years the Democrats had been
not bring into play faculties which tend to
set on a hill. It is not a very high hill, erans, resident in the city of Richmond, Va., your royal herit fe"" .in power both in the House and Senate.Mr. self-reliance. As a rule self-reliant
Ceased the persons-
but high enough to make it very breezy. jointly appeal to you in behalf a move- interW.Ie. Vest said they had a little sporadic con- have decided opinions, and confidencein

The land falls and ment the object of which- have been trol of the Senate and
away suddenly steeply you Clarice fell upon he i/1ee/ House for about three them. They thus act. And judgment

fifty or a hundred feet all around it. Hard informed by the press of the country and Bowed her soft hair ,c a veil ; months, but he wanted to know what they must be exercised' in order to strengthenand

wood forests diversity the surrounding hill otherwise-is to establish a Home at said Glad she was to,;gray.ar; could have'done with a Republican Presi- grow. As a rule, the best way to promote -

country. There is no palmetto scrub here- city disabled ex-Confederate soldiers who Loving Thee, I yield my will ; dent, Senator Beck told the Maine Senator this is to compel its exercise, and then

abouts. The farms arc fenced. Fr [it trees, arc unable to take care of themselves, and Other offering have I none that if he would go into the details of the aid by encouraging criticism. Fault-finding,

especially pear and peach trees, are loaded whose helpless and pitiable condition calls On this Easter Da1 naval expenditures of the last twenty years, criticism is not' a good rule. It tends to-

with blossoms. We arc no longer irt a new for a liberal charity, in some sense above .' >01 r ,the official records would prove rottenness embarrass
and But
And the earth smiled 6"; discourage. by pointingout -
country. This is a land of old civilization and more pressing than any other ever and corruption in the administration the
I Waking to the tender.touclt errors with judicious praise where deserved -
and settled social existence. It strikes me brought to your attention. Whilst the response funds.
i Of new-blooming Spring. and encouraging assurances, thisquality
too that this is a part of Florida which has to former calls, especially from the .
But the fairest flower'of all TICKET SC..1L PElt S. may be-strengthened. remem-
not yet fallen into the hands of Northernland Grand Army members, has been liberal and
Was our Clarice interwavingLove There is a law pending before the legisla- ber a boy who for years could not he-taught;
speculators. One does'nt hear any prompt, a goodly sum is still necessary to
observe. Censure abuse
ridicule and
to
in everything. ture of Maryland to prevent Ticket ScalDing scorn
about that make the object a succcss.Yill in -
more everlasting bore of Eastern you help
-Selected. only confused and discouraged. One day
and to confine the traffic in tickets the 0
Florida, orange groves, and fortunes to be this work?
a gentleman out of
authorized of the railroad pointed particulars certain -
made by buying acres of sand. On the If so, send money to D. S. Redford, WASHINGTON. agents comps
nies. The bill under consideration is similar objects in a pleasant, kindly way. The
broad veranda of the Leon House, a fine Treasurer, care of Planters National Bank
I dormant faculties aroused in the
were boy
to that which has been so effective in this
large hotel I, with large rooms, a good table i at Richmond, Va., which is the depositoryfor THE EDUCATIONAL BILL-THE CONVERSE RESO State, both in protecting passengers and the and his power of observation grew. So with,

and ample attendance, the conversation is cash contributions.If LUTION-NAVALAPPROPRIATION BILL, ETC.
It is that be cultivated
railroad from the loss judgment. a faculty can -
not, as in Eastern Florida, a wearisome you wish to send merchandise or other I To the Editor of the :Mirror: companies ari8ingfrom and encouraged.
the purchase and sale of fraudulent
sameness of the price of land, the growth of articles, address J. B. McKenney, 418 East WASHINGTON, D. C., April 5, 1884.
tickets or of tickets improperly procured. But all mental and even moral qualitiesneed
oranges and pine-apples, the increase of Marshal street, Richmond, Va., who has Congress has acted upon some important
There were recently convicted in our courts to be encouraged, not driven. These
values and the splendid future insured to charge of such contributions until the questions during the week. In the Senate
a number trusted emyloy6s of the Pennsylvania can be best promoted in this way. A lout
the man or woman who will just give up Bazaar opens. the event was the passage'of the Educational
be driven to manual-labor but the intelligent
Railroad and Pullman Car may -
all the world else and buy lots and plant the A GRAND BAZAAR, Bill by a vote of three to one. On the last companies
whom the of embezzlement must be encouraged. So with moral
yellow fruit trees. The people here seem to for the benefit of the Home: spoken of, will day of the debate it was determined that against charge
sustained. These all qualities. And self-reliance is a moral qual-
live for some of the joys of life besides spec be held in the Armory Hall, in this city, on the measure should be disposed of before was men were
respectable and honest until ity, based on a certain appreciation of our
ulation. There is an old settled quality the 14th day of May, to continue during the adjournment, and the' weary Senators were they were
tempted to dishonesty-tempted to the loss intellectual faculties This quality may be
comfort in the look of Tallahassee. I saw a month. Any merchandise you may sehd compelled to sit up with the bill until
of reputation and position, and, in fact, into so promoted that the possessor shall be inflexibly -
rosebush-it should be called a rose vine- will there be displayed for sale and appro- eleven o'clock p. m.rbefore a vote was
prison, by the ticket scalpers. Every ticket; tenacious in any pursuit in life.
this afternoon, which must have been more priately placarded with the name of the reached. In.its modified form, nearly all of
fraudulently abstracted or withheld by them, And it is this self-reliant tenacity that reaches -
than fifty years growing in the garden it donor; and the names of all persons, con- the Republicans favored the -measure; and
ultimate In the difference -
it was proved on their trials, was subsequently success. many cases
adorns. The vast stem, rising from the tributing money or ,merchandise are ,givenin most of the Democrats waived their Con-
in is that self-reli-
failure
sold to the scalpers at largely reduced success or
ground for fifteen feet, was as large as my the colums of the press daily. stitutional scruples and voted for the appro-
rates, and resold to travellers to be used a ance and tenacity in the promoter of an en-
wrist, no small one, and the luxuriant The Blue and the Gray" live in harmonyand priation, for while there are two views as tits
second time. Thus the railroad companies- terprise. And where possessed, it will override -
branches wandered thirty or forty feet in act in accord in this section. Phil. strict legality, there is no difference of
suffered severe losses, and in cases where the difficulties that appear unsurmountable
various directions loaded with hundreds of Kearney Post, G. A. R., and R. E. Lee Camp, opinion as to its practical benefits. The
the weak. It is well-
to
frauds were discovered in time the a quality-that may
grand white roses, large and rich as the sol C. V., meet at each other's camp fires and amount was changed from $105,000,000 to passengers be cultivated.Tallahassee Economiit.MECHANICALr .
holding the scalpers' tickets were sub
Mtera. Around it were a host of brilliantroses occupy the same hall,which is decorated with be expended in ten years, to $77,000,000 to be
ject to loss and inconvenience. No railroad
of every hue, ancient bushes which the flags of our country, and the walls orna- paid in eight years. If theHouse passes the
is secure from loss, no railroad con
had shed their perfume and gladdened the mented by portraits of leaders of each army bill the South'-will have about $70,000,000, company
.
air for ancestors of those who now enjoy of the late war. to help her in qualifying ignprant masses ductor safe from temptation, and no passen Nets tools for cutting purposesshould b
tl>em. In the garden of Dr. -, whose Very respectfully. that have been armed with the ballot for ger free from danger of buying fraudulentand rather hard than soft, as the temper will be -
useless tickets, so long as ticket scalpingis
house is near the hotel, and who with characteristic GEORGE B. 'V ALCOTT,' citizenship. Enlightenment is expensive, reduced by wear.
legalized. The railroads that are carrying
Tallahassee hospitality invited us Com. Phil. Kearney Post No..10, G. A. R. but the lower House is likely to decide,' with Single leather belting, when new, weighs-
terms favorable should
upon so .
III and loaded us with flowers, we found W. J. MANNING, the Senate; that it is economical: in:the'lone passengers about sixty pounds to the cubic foot ; a strip.-
fraud
from their from
protected employes
snow drops and amaryllis of several varieties Chairman Com. Phil. Kearney Post, No. 10, run, and that we must have it. The.-enor-. 'that one fool long and one inch. wide weighs-
the temptation robs them of home,
daphne loading the air with sweetness, G. A. R. mous proposed expenditure-. only':.proportioned -, and and about 0.068 pounds. ,
I the friends employment, passengers
banana shrub whose odor is solid rich- WILLIAM C. CARRINGTON, to the vast evil'with which it will The tensile strength of glass has beeir
from locotPennsylvania or fraud. The law of
lIess
'r.va (whose odor is not delicious but a CHARLES U. Williams, The most notable action of the'House f inch, and the crushing strength
similar one should be among the statutesof per square
litrange combination of resinous aroma and Chairman Com. R. E. Lee Camp, No.. 1, Representatives was the defeat of the Converse every State. Only through and by the between 6,000 and 10,000-pounds per square

Agreeable smells,) the sago palm, verbena C. V. resolution to restore the duty on wool. operations of a like law can absolute security inch. -

surpassing all Northern growths, Japan HEADQUARTERS, DEP'T OF VA., There was a brief but earnest debate, during be afforded to the railroad companies,

plum trees, and a host of other flower and GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC, J} which the body was unusually quiet and their employes and the travelling publiC'j"but ; Imitation ground glass cavvbe prepared by

fruit trees. Richmond, Va., April 1st, until such a law becomes common in i dissolving two tablespoonfuls of epsom salts
attentive and the followed
vote was care all States travellers should refuse to
purchase in a pint of lager beer and painting theglass
The Capitol grounds in the southern end I heartily approve of the appeal made in fully. Congressman Hurd. marked the oc from scalpers, lest they become involuntary -
witl. the mixture. After the glass
01 toe city the above circular and hope it will meet partners in a fraudulent traffic, drying,
arc laid out as a garden with lux- casion with a free trade speech which was
unant and suffer the consequences of their own will appear as if.frosted.
plants. In all directions as you walk with a liberal response. received with great applause. He said he Times.
act.-Philadelphia
iroand toe B. C. COOK, Department Commander.We A German paper says that a roof can.be
| city you see a wealth of floral had been asked by the Democratic Legisla

beauty. There nothing elsewhere in Florida refer to the following gentlemen, who ture of Ohio to vote to restore the duty on THE correspondent of the Javrnal of cOmmerce made fireproof coveringit with a mixture
of lime salt and wood ashes adding a little
,. lik this. One might, well be content to will also receive contributions : Gen. Jos. wool. He had great respect for that body has a very superficial and incorrect ,

llvc' in such a place. R. Anderson, Col. Archer Anderson, I. and for its individual members, but he knowledge of onr coast, when he says "Thetide lampblack to give dark color. This not

keying: about the country we find hard Davenport, Jr., Esq., President First National would do nothing to make woolen clothing rising and flowing out of muddy la only guards against.fire, it is claimed, bnt

"'.'gads. miming up and down hill, now with Bank; A, Y. Stokes, Esq., Rev. Dr. dearer to the laboring classes of this countryif goons in the marshes and the floods of the! also in a measure prevents decay.

'"'rant views over rolling land, now in holwllerethc J. L. M. Curry, Rev Dr. W. E. Hatcher, every Democrat in Ohio should ask him yellow river like Savannah, St. Mary's I The power developed by the explosion of '

l.\\ trees and vines brush and Rev..Dr. M. D. Hoge, Allen & Ginter. to do it. The party that triumphed through and others discolor and make dirty the seawater a ton of dynamite i is equal to 45,675 tons

j"I NS along the carriage top. Just now the ----- taxation and monopoly, would have en- along this coast. raised one foot, or 45,675 foot-tons. One ton

.It'r, kcc rose covers the low brush and. One thousand shingles will cover one hun- twined the leaves of ib laurel with a poison It will be news to the oldest inhabitants to of nitro-glycerine similarly exploded. with

'J'1etiaaacs' the high I trees, while the dogwood. dred square feet of surface. laid four inches vine, that would \'ause'them to wither even know that the St. Mary's i is a yellow river or exert a power of 05,452 foot-tons, and : one

!"t:I. IhlS''ul n ltaty and the crab apples and to" "the:weather ; for the above, about five while they were being gathered. He did the sea muddy along the eastern coast of ton of blasting gelatine similarly exploded

Wild Plum trees fill the forest_ with bright- pounds of nails will be required. \ t not want his party to come into power un Florida. ,- .' 71,0 i0 fuot-tons.< -q'.

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\, : 1 : "" : COULD WE BUT,K.YOW'\' said, but I had better put up a notice.So thing, don't you know. Next morning must not be too rash ; and, mind? you, I deal that must be gone through by all

r :',> : We purely I love, and seek':with:;;service ,a notice was accordingly put up we'd have in the papers, Alleged for goodness sake, don't say a syllableto undergraduates except a privileged
,I. .T' ," sweet and I retired in a thoroughly 1 dejected Fraudulent and Daring Robbery a any one. *' few-was at hand, and I was reacfincr
'... ; 4. Some true response to earn ;. .,,;. and dispirited state of tnind. I wentto Don,' or Shocking Conduct of a Dean, So"Juggins, promised, and I fully violently in order to pass it. But a
t;t:. We give break, and, give, until our hearts may. my rooms and searched in the Barefaced Outrage.! believe he's kept his word. mingled with, Paley's ** Evidences"and

,;,rt' And meet with no return. vague, idiotic way common ,to everyone Do be quiet, and don't talk ,non- A morning or two afterward I was Euclid's Elements vague, sin
; 0 love, 0 slighted love, where dost thou on such occasions. I believe I sense, I said testily. Can't you see smoking my after-breakfast pipe, and ister ideas as'regards my ring werecontinually
go? looked in the coal-box, and under that I'm in fix ? letter from ,
Could we but know! even : a, reading over again a my passing through my brain.
,x' the grate but, needless to say, with no 11 It would bft an awful joke, he father, he seemed to be in a state of One morning these ideas
: : We catch noble and were
We nurse some it day by day hope, tenderly success.. At length, in the hopelessness continued ; and I could get nothingelse furious wrath, and prophesied for me a brought together into a definite form
.'. : Even on our souls ; yet weeping we may of despair, I gave up the search, out of him for the rest of the eve- future compared with which the career Juggins was, as usual, clearing away
.rL.. see and settled myself with a pipe in front ning.I of Hogartn's idle apprentice would the remains of breakfast and talkativeas
{, It slowly fade '
,: .:', .. 0 hope,sweet flattering away. hope, where dost of the fire. passed an unsettled sort of night. simply be noble, and honorable in the ever.
:..':;; thou go? A couple of days passed without any :My slumbers were disturbed by'night highest degree. I had proved myself D'you know sir, '' he remarked
'
I ..., Could we but know tidings of the ring. I gave it up as mares of rings and guilty surphced utterly unworthy of trust, and he casually, I see that ring this morwi'n'

.... .. .: We build so patiently, we: toil for years, lost, and wrote a penitential letter to deans ; one of the most. amusing of ought to have known me better thanto agin, SIr. '*
..'. i. The We end are perchance so glad and is failure brave,;loss and tears my father which I posted with aheavy which was a vision of the Rev. Jonathan put the ring into my hands. He Dear me !'* I replied from the

.1 1 :,. : And the low dreamless grave. heart on my way to chapel one eve- :Minchin struggling hard 'with a expected shortly to hear, etc. My depths of my armchair. Where was
0 wasted labor, is it even so? castellated collar, which seemed to father is a dear old governor, but he it?"
:: ,a \'' Where did it..o? As in all college chapels, the seats in have been changed from the griffin's has got a temper of his own which On. Mr. Minchin's dressing-table,
,
:.r t 'V here do they go, our neglected prayers, All Saints'were ranged longitudinally neck to his.I sometimes, especially when it is directed sir.

I.'jl:"; Our Our patient sweet slighted vain dreams love,and our aims thoughtful, in three tiers down the building, in rose late, and was just finishing toward myself, makes me quite .' H'm !I" I said, and went on with

, :r j. cares, the first two rows sat undergraduatesof breakfast, when, my gyp, a little bald- sorry for him, I was glancing over this my reading. Juggins disappeared into .
, z:, .'J Lost labors and lost ,gains? the first and second years, and the headed bandy-legged old man, came epistle in front of the fire, meditatinga my bedroom, and left me in Possession
j ,; And are Who they lost fail to indeed? ? Or is it we top row of stalls was reserved for in. He deposited his old top hat, and reply, when my door opened, and of a daring plan.
iJj see
.t "! dons, bachelors and third year men. his hankerchief. inside, in a corner of Juggins made his appearance with a Juggins, said I again, when that
,t t : ', Where sweet rose goes, the perfume of the must- :My favorite place was the-corner of the room near the door, and advanced scrap of paper in his hand. He did worthy reappeared, could you man

.11 ;>, 'f.; The robin's happy song, one of the seats in the second tier, at towards the breakfast-table. not put his hat down, as was his unva- age to let me have a look at that ring'1
If :.: Ii The murmur of the river as it flows, the end of the building. By turning '. Good mornin, sir, said he. ried wont, but stood in a nervous way come now ; '' and I stood up and laid

if".. { The The scent wind, the so melody fresh and,the strong help each/ gives. half round, which, owing to the natureof Very strange thing, sir, but, beggin' turning it round and round. Therewas I my hand on his shoulder.
( :;l Most surely lives. my seat, was not an improper thing yer parding, sir, I think I see a ring evidently something out of the I Juggins looked positively aghast. I
f .' 1 I to do, I could obtain a complete viewof yesterday much like the one
No good thing can be lost, no real. worth, very you common in question. never imagined that his muddled up
t I "] Nothing that's true and pure, the Rev. Jonathan :Minchin, Deanof lost, sir, and held his head to one Anything the matter ?" I asked. features could have assumed so vivid
!. I lr. We do not see the seed-corn in the' earth ; the College, ,whose stall was situated side, just like an old parrot. Mornin,' sir, *' replied Juggins, ina an expression.

':!. '1 *f J Prayer Thy, love harvest, and time hope is, and sure.work are gold above,mine, and just a little to the left. Did you really, Juggins !1" I ex hesitating manner ; mornin, sir.I '' That would cost me my place, sir "
I "I'- x : en grain, He was a tall, lean man, with dull cav- claimed. Where did you see it? *' think I have done something I didn't Chut I I replied ; who is to find

';}. ,. None sows in vain.UNDERGRADUATE'S. ernous eyes, and thin brown hair con- "That's where it's strange, sir, answered ought to, sir ; but I found this 'ere pa- it out ? "-you can put it back again.

),c 0 fusedly straggling over half of his head Juggins, pausing with the coffeepot per, sir, and he handed me what I'll give you a sovereign if you let me
. I .1; ICING and nearly the whole of his face. The in his hand. I told you seemed the remaining end of a burned have a look at it. "

f ; color of the latter was nearer that of a afore, sir, that I waits upon Mr. Min letter.I Juggins hesitated. He was an hon-

.,.j :My large gold signet-ring was nowhere healthy mummy than anything else, chin ; and-and-sir"- took it lazily from him, but no est man, but an English sovereign is a
'.1 f jto be found It was'given. to the end of his which And the in his rooms ''
L': .: 1 \ saving nose seem- you saw ring ? sooner had my .eye fallen on the writing i sovereign all the world over, and it
: t. me by my father on the night before I ed to have assimilated color of a I interrupted, with a judicial air. than my attention was painfully i exercised its due sway upon his prej--
; left the paternal roof, to commence life red cotton pocket handkerchief lt Yes, sir; that is what I was a goin'to concentrated on it. It ran as follows : udices.

\ : as a freshman at All Saints' College, which he was continually applying to say, sir replied Juggins, looking need not make such a Very well sir, '' he said at length

:.' Cambridge. it. His manner was on the whole kind rather relieved; very strange thing, fuss about the ring ? Why not have I'll try ; but if I lose my placeoni
:My dear George, said he that and courteous, though excessive nervousness sir. Never see any joolery in :Mr. Min- the old seal taken out and a new one come to yon, sir ; '' and he retired
( evening, over our wine, you are sometimes got the better of chin's rooms afore. Peculiar, ain't it, put in? No one would be a bit the gracefully from the scene.
1. ." now going to begin life as a man" his judgment, and obtained for him a sir ?'* and Juggins went on clearing wiser. Yours, AMELIA Gi***. The next morning I was roused from

.E I assumed an air of great seriousness certain amount of unpopularity, espe- away the breakfast things. Juggins had found it when he was my slumbers by Juggins entering my
and responsibility, and'readily cially among us freshmen, who, in our Now all this happened in my first making the dean's fire that morning, bedroom.
acquiesced. My father went on in the laudable efforts to catch all the when idea of the of dons "
; sum- term, my race lying on the trivet. He would scornso co I've found it sir, he said in a
most orthodox and parental way. mer that we could out of the flying and their social manners and customs he said-prying into a gentleman's hoarse whisper. The Dean's at

You will meet various temptations, terms, must have vexed his soul very were decidedly vague. I might venture letters ; but his eye caught the words morning chapel. I found it "_
as perhaps you know, in your struggles much indeed. to say without much exaggeration l> ring and seal on this scrap of Where ?"

.'." through the world ; but I don't While standing up in chapel my at- : that I knew more about the ordinary paper, and so he had brought it to me. I In his breeches pocket, sir, he
\ ;. think you are like the general run of tention used to be divided between this i South Sea Islander than about a college He implored me not to say anything : replied tragically.This .

',:: ; young fellows, and your mother and interestingpersonage, the various carvings don ; and my own tutor filled me about it, as he would lose his place if was rather comic, but I restrained
: ';, myself have decided to do a thing in wood and stone, and, of course, with greater awe than the King,Queen found out, and he had a wife and fam- all signs of amusement, and gravely
., ,' :' ; which we would not be warranted In my prayer-book. I used to gaze- and all the royal family of the Canni- ily to support.I examined the ring. I was not mista-
,'. j : doing unless we had perfect confidencein when he was not looking-on his study bal Islands could possibly have done.I felt inclined to say that the less ken ; it was the identical ring which

:t'1., you. beaten face, and wonder ever I should have since learned that the average Mrs. J. was supported the better; for my father had given me. I had it
Here he paused for a few moments become like that when I don. I don is like else and
.: was a a man any one she was my bed-maker, and a more now in my hands and resolved to
.: -and sipped his wine. not don by the is that far from his life in feasting
am a yet, way, nor spending unintelligent creature I am sure never make a grand effort.
i : :, This, I thought means that the there any likelihood of my ever at- at the high table, or drinking old harassed the soul of man. A human Look here, Juggins, '7 I said calm-

r .:. !t dear old governor is going to double taining to the privileges of the high I i port in the common-room, he does being who could put methylated spir- ly, I've got the ring now, and am
: >, my allowance. So I assured him of table ; but these were dreams of my :, more work in the course of the day its into my lamp instead of keroseneoil not disposed to let it go again. ''

: "' my intentions of rendering myself fully first freshman's terms, when the triposwas than any six average undergraduates ; and then be cross wben I gently This frightened my gyp to such an
.. -; worthy of any unlimited amount of a vague idea, hidden in the and, judging from my gyp's ac.count, expostulated with her, does not deserve extent that he could hardly speak. He
:;5t confidence that he might care to be- distant future, and when every- our dean's daily labors must have support. I did not tell him stammered out something relative to

:, ':..., stow on me. thing else was bright and hopeful.No equaled those of the whole undergraduate this, but assured him magnificentlythat his ruin and his wife and family but I
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r. ':' R Yes, my dear boy, continued my ; everything was not so bright part of the University put to- he should not suffer, and consoled preserved my stern demeanor, and
L! father, putting down his glass, "I be- and hopeful that evening when I went gether.Among. him with a quart of beer.I continued :

. .::r ;:;.'i lieve you will do your best, and in the into the chapel after posting the letter.I the other gentlemen to wrote to my father, informing him I'm going to keep, the ring now,
: _, .' meantime I will place in your hands had violated the confidence my father whom my gyp waited,.the only don of the proof that I had against the and you can do one of two things; yon
the. old signet ring of our family. had in and I had the the Rev. Jonathan Minchin and
,: .. reposed me, was ; Dean. It was a clear case. I leave can either report the matter to the
":" c !. Here it is-be careful it,and it may, prospect before me of a tremendous thirsting for. ethnological information,' my ring for a moment on the ledge Dean or you can go back this moment.
:' perhaps, remind you that on you depends outburst of wrath on his part for so I used, very reprehensibly, to encour- above the row of basins in the lavatory force a hole through the pocket ot
) ',:. not only your own success in doing. I was in no humor to attendto age him to gossip about the ways and of the Union. The dean comes in, the trousers in which you found the
"t ..life, but the reputation of an ancient the Psalms, or even to my friend habits of that reverend gentleman. catches sight of my property, and immediately ring, earn five pounds,and never know
I ",. :i"'f ..family. Dollman's facetious remarks, which he Juggins, being of a loquacious disposition walks off with it. I see my anything at all about the matter. "
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: I was rather crestfallen, I must con- artfully made during the response was never averse to a friendly ring two clays afterward on his finger, Jug gins was in an agony of despair

. .. ess. From the flourish of the pater- verses; but I put my hands in my chat, especially if there was any and my gyp also sees it on his dressing He implored me to give him back the
,, nal trumpet, I had expected nothing pockets beneath my surplice, and com- chance of its leading up to a quart of table. He is evidently nervous, and ring-even engaged himself to claim it
a "l less than a double allowance. How- menced my usual investigation of the ale, which: in defiance of our dean's takes some person of the fair sex into from the Dean as my property ;, he
; '," :. ever, I concealed all traces of disappointment Dean. :My eyes fell upon his whole Blue Ribbon precepts, it not unfre- his confidence. She, in a letter, partof Would do anything if I would only

', and thanked my father hand doubled up on the cushion beside quently did. In this way, therefore, which is found, advises him to have give it him back. But I was as sternas
,;;a:: very energetically, promising never to his prayer book ; and also, to my intense it came about that I established confi- the seal changed, and no one would the villain in the three-volume nov-

',:; .J let it depart from my keeping. And bewilderment, to a signet-ring dential relations between myself and know anything about it. In the olden el and had Juggins in my power. Witha
:' .. psi' now, after only a month's possession, adorning his little finger. my bandy-legged attendant. Hith- days it was quite enough evidenceto sorrowful air he pocketed the bank
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-- the ring had disappeared, It was my ring erto all the confidences had come from hang him. :My father's reply was note and left me to continue my slum-
:. I first became of the fact in the I for breath. Thatit him I
{ : aware literally gasped to me, and now thought there characteristic : bers. But sleep did not visit my eye-
c hall, while dissecting the leg of what was my ring there could be no mis- would be no harm in reversing the The idea of Mr. :Minchin being a lids again that morning. I was delighted -
'.' ..':. ,;'. must have been in his day a most athletic take. :My eyes were only a few inchesoff proceedings ; so, in the fullness of my thief, he wrote, is simply prepos- at the success of my scheme,

:,;:; :,' turkey. I happened to glance at from it, and I recognized every familiar heart, I told him all I knew concern- terous. As to,your seeing it on his and in the exuberance of my feelings I
6' fi :{ the little finger of my right hand, and mark. There was the curiously I ing the disappearance of the ring. This hand, and as to the mysterious burned at once got up, and regardless of the
1, u: to my horror no ring was there. I chased thick rim and the large blood- course of action, I confess, was ratherin letter-to read which was infamously untidied and fireless state of my dress

f .,, .., don't know why I had not noticed its stone seal, and there carved .on it was tra dig. ; but again, I must bring ungentlemanlike on your part-all I ing-room, wrote a long flowing letterto
1 : : absence before. I had rushed late in- the crest of the Sherwood fam.ily-a forward freshness
.'' my as an excuse. can say is summed up in one word, and myfather..
i -w tot.hehall from the Union, and so, perhaps shaggy-maned fabulous animal:a griffin "Werry peculiar, sir, '" said Jug- that is-bosh I" Neverthelss, with all my triumph.

.;, _i > that might account for it. As it I think, with a serpent's sting pro- gins, when I had finished. Perhaps This was decidedly depressing for certain fears arose within me as to the
I" .' :'A was, I let my knife and fork fall into truding from its mouth, and a castle Mr. :Minchin picked. it up in the me. I could expect no help from warrantableness of my proceedings, andI
i '.r.,, ,4 ,: the plate, and stared stupidly at my tower round its neck by way of a col Union. '' home, and I determined to take the was much relieved when Jug
'" '; ::_ ::, finger. I felt in my pockets and lar. ,The more I looked the more impossible By Jove !1"' I exclaimed suddenly, matter into my own hands. Whatwas gins informed very me, later on in the day

brought out a huge handful of silver, I felt it was that I could be jumping up and pacing the room in a I to do ? I could not act upon that the Dean had taken the loss very
'. .: i ;-;; ;: ',. which in my nervousness, I dropped, mistaken. Suddenly :Mr. :Minchin frantic manner. How foolish howon that idiot Dollman's advice, and go to quietly. He merely asked the gyp if*
: -:. , 1 caught my gaze on ring, forgotten ? I the Dean and say, Please sir, you've he had seen a'ring anywhere about the
} ,: who had to go on his hands and knees hastily drew his hand under the see it all now of course I see it !I" "
; got my ring, and please, sir, I want it. rooms, and hearing that he had not,
"f'I 1 under the table to pick it up. But the sleeve of his surplice. His other hand Have you found it now, sir ?"ask- Neither did I feel inclined to drag the simply remarked that he must have
'L 4 ring was nowhere to be found. I fully fidgeted nervously with the tassel of ed Juggins, evidently astonished at hole
'" 'J my police into the affair ; in fact, such a dropped it, as he had discovered a
.. .':; 'i remembered having it with me when the cushion, and until the end of the vehemence. course would be out of the question. I in his pocket. So nothing more was
:;:r; I left my rooms in fact, I noticed it Psalms he kept his eyes steadily on his No !'' I replied ; but I remember saw no method pursuing any defi- heard of it that term. I left Cam

, ; ;3 1..i;: on my hand when I *' sported my oak,'* : prayer-book. After the first lesson, now. How stupid not to have thoughtof nite course of action ; so, with a pru. bridge, and convinced my father of
.t : y or, in plainer English, when I shut my : when we all rose for the Magnificat: I it before-that while I was brushingmy dence'worthy'' of Scotland Yard, I de- Mr. Mincin's nefarious My care-

' .v.. ..1:1: ': outer door. Between then and dinner saw that both of his hands were visible hair Mr. Minchin came into the termined to let the thing drop for the lessness in losing it was ways.excused, andI
,; 'h' I had only been to the Union to wash ,but the ring ha was
t 1 i my hands. "It must be there, I over the matter for the whole next basin to the one which I had been Meanwhile I kept as much out of the securing it again and,my in fact, the industrious -
,? : ; thought, and leaving the leg'of thet. evening, and, took Dollman into my using. He'only remained a momentor way of the dean as possible. I changed apprentice himself could not
: t aforesaid athletic bird to remain in its, confidence but Dollman chose be
; to two, so that I forgot about. it my seat in chapel and took especialcare have held a candle to me.
t.: prestine unsevered state I rushed out what he considered and "
": funny, gaveme until now. to keep the requisite numberof The two succeeding terms passed in.,
: .of the hall. no advice at all. That '
don't look much like findin "
attendances. little
weekly The
their The
uneventful
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i't : ,jln,the lavatory of the Union it was''I '* It would be an awful spree, he do it, sir?*' said Juggins; in an alarmed days passed on,the term was uneventful drawing -- was already: a nightmare way: of the p st.
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i nowhere to be seen..C No had remarked '
one to have him
jL up-detec- manner "more like its ". "_ ,
'I ; to close. The little The May week, with all its gayety
tf found a ring of sort, the clerk tives handcuffs and all that soft '' go
of
any I returned
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the long vacation wan offerfn I most mysterious manner. I I should lock in the "MIGHTY INTEREStING "
go story, up cup- I RE.DISG.Fflunthe ; .
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me all its delights. One of the I My\ heart gave a big thump. :My board in company with the rest of 1st of January, 1884+ to the. 1st of January '< I .
ch7ef the of a whole inner' seemed be 1885. we are to have an interesting ..
of these was prospect man to aboutto my family of skeletons. succession of stirring events of which everyone ,.' :.,. .,
visit to an old friend of my father's a emulate the scriptural devils and On the fourth morning of Mr. will wish to hear. Two military campaigns ; ,i' .':.
widower, with a delightful old country leap out of my mouth. The whole Minchin's: visit, Mrs. Gibbons, the are.at present in progress-thait of El -; <' "
Devonshire and the.sweet- Mahrti in the Soudan:) and of the French in THE FLORIDA T :;
house, in room was turning round. dean and myself were alone in the Tonquin-both of which are approaching A". ;
cst and prettiest of daughters in 'VhatI! exclaimed ; and then breakfast-room, the rest of the house- the critical point. The next session: : of Parliament charge thereof. added in a confused stammering fash- hold not having yet descended. Mrs. is to be marked, acording to the announced rpOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. :
in the fulness of.time, I arrived ion. You don't mean to say that Gibbons was sitting in an armchairnear purpose of Mr. Parnell, by a bitter
there the house was full of visitors sent this ring to''- the struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel! Fernandina, ,.
you fireplace, looking sliyly u Pat their English and Scotch> colleagues to concede -
So full, that, on the first evening Of course not,replied Mrs., Gibbons her affianced, who was standingon to Ireland some measure of home-rule. Towns R. R. .
at least, I found no opportunity smiling. How could I ? ButI the hearth-rug reading his letters. In default of this, Mr. Parnell promises! to on Line. ,

whatever of saying any of those pretty sent a ring the exact counterpart of I was standing on the other side of I employ transaction hh of following parliamentary to so1 business' obstruct as the to And Cedar: Key.

tender little speeches which I had pre- this. the table engaged in the same occu- render the presence of Irish members at St.
pared long beforehand for the benefit But how did you get it?" I asked pation. I,had just come to the end Stephen's intoh-rable. This programme insures -

of sweet Lucy Underward: my host's recovering a little self-control with a of an affectionate ill-spelt communication liament.a succession The new of reform exciting bill scenes which in Par-Mr. Offers to Lessees and Purchasers
only daughter. If I did repeat them, great effort., from a younger brother, and Gladstone proposes to carry during the session a large
they were wasted on the desert'air, as I suppose that appears strange to was putting it in my pocket, when of 1881, will a.' doubtless excite number of the most eligible and desirable
exemplified by the blank minds of you, she answered. I was just my eye fell upon a small packet general; interest in the United States as wellas
going throughout the British empire. Vastly Lots, suitable for Business
Purposes, for
two simpering common-place young to tell you when Miss\ Underward which I had not hitherto noticed.It more interesting to American readers will be or

ladies and the unromantic heart of an claimed my: services, how odd it was was enclosed in a,registered: en- the'discussion to take place at Washington City or Suburban. Residences, ,"-,,?, ';
elderly strong-minded spinster, whose! that I should meet you. I think I ama velope, and bore the'(Cambridge post- within reform the bill.next The few Republican months over members our own of ( *l '

conversation though learned, was mostfemininely very distant cousin of yours. mark. I opened it wjth some diffi- the.. present Congress are opposed to tariff UPON EASY TERMS. .. :
illogical, but whose looks I bowed and smiled in a vague and culty, and discovered a'small card- reform The Democrats, it is said, are .1. -

suggested the complete works of Je- feeble way, mumbling out my delightat board box, containing-a letter and a divided minority, the opposing majority it.of Which them favoring.the will get theupper Liberal 'Discounts on Values allowed. to
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and Aristotle put together.She so fair relative. Mrs. vast of cotton-wool. At -
ran Mill discovering a quantity hand? Will hisrh-tarifFDemocrats parties engaged in ,."
manufacturing indus-
wa one of those ladies always Gibbons continued : this moment Mr. :;Minchin sneezed cooperate with the Republicans to maintain or

surest to we the whole essence of My\ mother's maiden name was loudly, causing me to start and drop crats the present act together absurd, and law?send Or a will reform the Demo-tariff rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-

boarding-school, or a complete Child's Sherwood, and she, on her death, left the box, cotton-wool, and everythingon bill to the Senate, which the Senate will decline erty purchased substantial
Guide to Knowledge, with an appendix me a family signet ring just like the floor. I heard something to pass? Every step of the struggle improvementsfor
for adults thrown in. She had exhausted yours. '' hard roll across the room, and was in with the Capitol at Washington will be watched residence, or in which to conduct then .
lively all
concern over the country,
< and was taxing my invention to but my brain was whirling Dean stooped down and picked it lic mind will be ripe for the opening of a I .'

the utmost, when, to my great relief, round and round. At that moment up. "Here it is, Sherwood," said he, snwill Presidential exceed campaign in warmth which, it of is its safe to I INDUCEMENTS TO MANUF.ACTURERS -

my worthy host came up. He brought Miss\ Underward.came up to the piano. handing me something, "But-but since 1860. The meeting any of predecessors the- ,by exemption, for
with him a fresh victim to be offeredup You are not going to leave off so -wait a minute-goodness gracious! Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the a term of years from

to Miss :McGrinder's encyclopedicthirst soon, Mrs Gibbons?" How did you get this? This is my 2d Baltimore of January.and City Council the reassembling later in the of the taxation, offered by the several cities and

and liberated me. I was departing Why will you use such awful for- ring !I""No month, will prove also events of engrossing same towns. to

from my late oppressor when Mr.\ mality?". replied the lady, turning 1 t.isn't, Jonathan. ," exclaimed interest. But supposing the existence of a Apply.: CHAS. W..LEWIS, ..
Underward caught me'by the arm. round. hy'npt call me Amelia?" Mrs. Gibbons. "I made the same citizen concerned' about none of these things, j /I Fernandina."-
still he will need read Sun
to The
I want to introduce' you to Mrs.\ ; Amelia''! I could wait no longer. mistake myself. Mr. Sherwood hasa of the thousand and one other events for news of Office,.cor. Beach &7th sts. i j' *, .i'F. t
Gibbons. he said. "She is awfullynice What apologies I made and how a ring exactly like yours. interest that go so far to make up the cur- ., ''. '.
and you must know her. '' left the room I know not to this day.I "But this one came by post, and rent history of the world. The period is I t: ': ....:. .: R. i iH
Delighted I'm sure. Is she that got out somehow and rushed he has two !" cried Mr.\ :Minchin one of rapid movement,and the citizen who ,
no- does not take a paper is sure to be left be ". -, .>.i'L! "..-11,,:
pretty woman sitting on the sofa ?'* madly upstairs, ,almost frightening ticing the one on my hand. hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora '"rf : i":'"" i
"Yes, '' he returned, as we were to death a servant with a tray full of Mrs. Gibbons looked from him tome paper, now is the time before the actors ,', .
crowing the room. "I want you to crockery. I heard a smash of cups in unaffected astonishment. I oh have the taken world's their stage places during and begun the year to play 1884 .. :': "., .[,1 ,

know her, as she is soon going to and saucers behind me, arid fled into tried to speak, but my tongue refused their parts. When it becomes a question of CURTIS *t CO. ;
be married to a :Mr. :Minchin-dean ofvour my bedroom. to do my bidding. I have had securing a reliable newspaper, which will ;
college, I think. *' What an ass I had been making one or two extremely mauvais quartier contain all the news,the succinctly expressedand REAL ESTATE AGENTS, .
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fairly reported proper course to
What !I" I exclaimed, rather re- of myself! I opened my pocket- d'heures in my life ; but for real, genuine pursue.is plain : take The Sun. ST. MARY'S: GEORGIA

coiiing. But there was no getting out book and took out a burned piece of concentrated essence misery, Loans procured,Mortgages negotiated Ex-
of it, and I was duly presented.She note paper. There was the signature recommend me to those few seconds. changes effected.
was a handsome woman of about "Amelia Gi-," and down stairs I stared blankly at the dean, and Published THE daily SUN except, Sunday. acres:Mill, Lands Sites,and Town Plantations Lots from from 25 5 feet to 5,000-to 4

five-and-thirty, with a bright complexion was the writer thereof, Mrs. Amelia the dean regarded me with equal acres, for sale.

and gray eyes that insisted on be- Gibbons. The whole mystery was amazement. THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. N. B._"St. Mary's having been selected
l lively ilion n spite of a certain expresing solved-Mr.\ :Minchin had no more "There is some mystery in this -- as the terminus of the Atlantic&Mississippi

of sadness in them. Her mannerwas committed a theft than-heavens! Mr. Sherwood," said he, relapsinginto Terms of Subscription by Mail, Invariably ment Canal by(under General the Gillmore survey made), charters for Govern-for the
charming and naive ; and, But I had been a thief all the time! his most academical tones. Cash in advance-Postage Free: construction of which having been granted

although my introduction to her was I had committed a felony in the eyes "Will you have the. goodness to elucidate One Year..........$6.00 One.Month.....50 Cts. by the United States Government and the
against my will-recalling, as it did, of the law. The bare idea filled me ?" Six Months....... 3.00 I Three Weeks..38 Cts. increase Legislatures in the of value Georgia of and adjacent Florida lands, a large
!such; unpleasant reminiscences-she with horror. What was I do do? "One is yours and one: is mine," Four Months..... 2.00 I Two Weeks..25 Cts. be confidently looked for." (See New York may
Three Months.... 1.50 One Week......
put me at my ease at once. After a It was all Juggins' fault, I concluded,, I replied, stammering and forcinga .I Two Months..... 1.001 I .13 Cts. Sun,27-3-83.)
few minutes I was quite enchantedwith after the first few minutes of reflec ghastly attempt at a smile. .
tion. Could I SINGLE COPIES by mail...... ............3 Cts
my new acquaintance, and found explain matters amicably "I don't understand you, said DOW'S=
myself talking to her as if I had ? was my next thought. Could Mr. :Minchin. "'Will you kindly THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN.A .
known her for years. I give Mrs. Gibbons back the ring, : step out on the veranda with me and !
i and the whole I Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in I .
Are you one of the Sherwoods of treat affair as an explain ?
Compact Shape.
Derbyshire ?" she asked, apropos of amusing misunderstanding? If I did There was no getting out.of it now. -- IS but contains all the medicinal ,.
I my mentioning some incident occurring I so, what would every one think of In the schoolboy phrase, I was "in $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root.proper-It
in that my native county. me ? I am ashamed to confess thatI for it," and with ,a beating heart I is very pleasant to take, and

"I have the honor io be the eldestson lacked the moral courage to do it. followed him out of the room. "TER Invariably Cash in Advance. CURES INDIGESTION: HEADACHE
of the present representative of My own ring was lost entirely, and Never shall I forget his kindnessand Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United ,
that family, '' I replied smiling. no one would be a bit the wiser if I consideration when he had States and Canada..- COLDS, CHILLS, CRAMP COLIC*

How very odd "- remained in possession of the one a heard my story. He condemned set ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. DIARRHCEA, DYSENTERY, '
Oh, Mrs.\ Gibbons every one has present on my hand. verely the course my gyp had takenin
PAINS in the
I -- Stomach: and Bowels .
commissioned me to ask you to play With this resolution I went down the matter, but owned, in a pleasant ,
something. exclaimed Lucy Under- again to the drawing-room. ThereI way, that evidences were very 1884. to Getters Premium Up Copies of Clubs 1884. and MALARIA, by warming and stimulating -

ward, coming up and breaking in uponour explained my hasty flight by the strong against himself. He also For the "Baltimore Weekly Sun." action.the Stomach Sold by and Bowels into a healthy

conversation, Your playing iso invention of an important letter owned freely that he ,had been rather PALMER
lovely and don't bashful about the which Mrs. Five Copies.......................................$ 5.00 Centre Street BRO'S;
often sucha
we get which was obliged to go by the last ring, With an extra Copy of the Weekly Fernandina, Fla.
treat down here. '' post. I carefully avoided Mrs.\ Gibbons Gibbons had sent him as a keepsake.So Sun one year. $Sf Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA

I'ill very sorry for you," replied for the rest of the evening, and many other dons had got married, TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 without GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
Mrs. Gibbons You and chaffed all around With an extra copy of the Weekly peppei 22
be
rising. must went back to the two lamb-like commonplace accordinglythat
Sun one and one of the
;year copy
in a bad way, my dear ; but I am young ladies above men he was very sensitive on that Daily Sun three months.

always: happy to make myself useful. tioned. I shall draw a veil over the p'oint. We then returned to the FIFTEEN COPIES............................ 15.00 rr
And it I breakfast where I found the With an extra copy of the Weekly
were not so hackneyed, tortures of that sleepless night. "A room,
Sun and of the
one one
should add ornamental if I be allowed whole household assembled. I read year copy
can quiet conscience makes one so serene Daily Sun nine months.
to say so, I remarked as I led says Pope ; and having no the letter inclosed in the packet. It THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. _...... 30.00
her to the piano. conscience at all must be quite as ran as follows : With an extra copy of the Weekly

They don't teach you such pretty good; but a conscience fraught with "'Dere sir-I send your ring, which Sun one year.and one copy of the Daily Sun .

speeches up at Cambridge, I'm sure, '' and a chance, moreover, of that my wife found it in one of them old Will. and ..
to >
be mailed applicants
she returned, with a bright smile, and gguilt being found out, is a decidedly I weskits you sed I might have. We Getters up of Clubs will find the above customers of last FREE year without ordering it.! .
settled herself In front of the instru- unpleasant thing. ; have made a grate mistake, and I directions It contains for illustrations planting ,all prices Vegetable, descriptions and Flowers and'
ment. I was extremely vain next morning am very troubbled about it. I re- terms the most liberal that can offered, by Seeds etc. Invaluable to all.

She played, with an exquisite feeling of the air of self-possession I as- main, sir, yours very respecfully. D. M. FERRY & CO.D &
some of Chopin's charming little sumed. I explained my air of seedi- PETER JUGGINS." a First-Class Family Journal. .

ducks, and I turned over the pages ness by means of a fictitious tooth- "Don't be too, hard on Juggins, FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER I
almost in a dream. A subdued chorus ache. I talked to Mrs. Gibbons ian n Jonathan dear," said Mrs. Gibbons SINGLE COPIES by mail..3: Cts.

f' Thank Yous' which might have airy way about the connection after breakfast, when she had heard CHEAP
SALE
FOR
meant her when she the He must be honest The safest method of transmitting money :
anything, greeted between our families,and even heard story. an
}lad finished. without flinching a muscle an an- fellow to send back the real ring." EDGINGS AND SLABS
This is a pleasure I never dreamed nouncement from my host that the Well, for your sake, Amelia, I by mail is by check, draft or post-office 10 cents per load. .
'of, '' said I in won't said the dean and he ROUGH LUMBER,
a low tone. Rev. Jonathan Mincnin, D. D., was : put order.
She took no notice of my tribute toner coming down next day to make a his arm round her waist., whereupon money From $.3 to$16 per M ft.,

powers ; but, running her fingers short visit there. '. I had resigned I discreetly retired. Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers.SUN according to quality.
"gntly over the keys, turned to mean myself to fate. Circumstances pre- My father, when he heard of my IRON BUILDING, DRESSED LUMBER,
$12 to$20 M. feet.
Baltimore :Jed per
,
said : vented my taking an abrupt leave of fiasco, conjured up the gallows as a >i
"
Excuse me, :Mr. Sherwood hope Mr. Underward, and compelled me likely end for me. He has since Wood, Wood. Orders, by Telephone promptly attended to.

you won't think it strange-but is that to prolong mv visit to the bitter end changed his opinion ; and, at presentI Having recently established a WoodYardnear WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,
a family ring you have on your finger ?" Mr. Minchin made his appearanceon l believe_ I am going' to be Lord Dnr 'e.s mill provided with all the Steam Saw and Planing Mill.. >,
I was quite taken by surprise. What the morrow, and two or three Chancellor. Which of the two fates necessary machinery for sawing and splitting Office foot Centre Street. 8 ,
o n earth' could she have to do with my days passed very pleasantly. Al will be mine I cannot say. But one FIRE-WOOD, "1
>
nig} However, I remarked that it though in his nervous and bashful thing I am certain-and it is that I am now prepared to furnish Oak Wood, -FOR- I :,,'
belonged to my father as head of the way, he monopolized nearly all Mrs' my unfortunate and wretched signet sawed to any lengths,for either stove or fire- I ':,
at ONE DOLLAR PER LOAD.J. .
janily, and I politely handed it to her Gibbons' attention. None but a' ring shall never bring me into place, A. ELLEBMASX.' i.II;, :MACHINER Y t"--:
f ok at. She ,examined it care- passing reference to the ring had trouble again.-London Society. .
.
Uy" been made, an d I came near to eras- .-----.----- For Sale, ;! '
Hov} very remarkable 1" she replied ing,the unpleasantness of the subjectfrom Amelia Beach. Or exchange, for Northern city property, OF ALL KINDS,
giving it back a thirty-five acre truck farm, with two-story
to "A most mind I have
jotra me. my altogether. THE, IDLE :Hotly is again open, under the dwelling,barn, etc. Beautifully situated on Go to F. 1VJL Robinson, .
sent nSecoincidence.: Do you know I little doubt but that I should have supervision of Mrs. Sweeney: who will be the mainland, on Nassau river, within halfa ,. '
.: October a ring the fac-simile of this last succeeded eventually had not an pleased to receive her old friends and the mile of the Florida Transit &; Peninsular MANUFACTURER and DEALER :t

( to .ir. Minchin, of All Saints' event occurred which, were it not l public generally. ,Choicest oysters, fish,etc., Railroad., Land all MBS.under EMMA cultivation.FLETCHER. t '> '
tollege, Cambridge, which he lost in a necessary for the completion of this constantly on baud tf. Fernandina, Fla., March 7, 1884. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ':






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.. },1.1i; : j THE FLORIDA Mu&uo/ u. and their political' faith, there is ,a 1J LOG-JIOLLIXG, G .IN CONGRESS.We all calls upon them which are shownto swallows- her maker, neighbor -

."ll ,{ GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, EDITOR. : wide difference-a difference ,which regret to see the policy 'inaugurated be necessary and proper. Whatis would seem thai her lacre'J''t"a:4: ill; the and it
condition
>';\, cannot' be reconciled. by the Public Buildings of the fWi-nrormm's .
,
;:..;.;, .rJ : wanted is specific information as <<'el S(> aecns"

"i ,,l":{ "!;; 1 Subscription, 83 per year; six: months, $1._ ,The democratic party of Florida Committee# .in getting uI p an' ,omnibus to what is proposed and the means tomed If there to be being fault skinned in, that it d lots not hurt"
this
t" 4, Office corner Centre and First streets,second floor. constitutes an integral portion of the arrangement for passing.-the bills reported of,accomplishing it. A plain, frank f Florida are themselves to matter blame.the I iople Of

.I : I RATES OF ADYERTL L G. national democratic party. We upon by them. Already the business statement given to.the. of Pensacola and Fernandina The ports
are far
: If Ten cents a line for the first, and five cents for better
either have creed and proposed expenditures authorized than that of Savannah
a
for
platformand
'
I and shipping
': Iu each subsequent insertion. press, energetic action on the this cot-
: 'i Special local notices 15 cents a line. distinct principles which sepa- "by this committee, are being charac- part of the ton, while Jacksonville and Appalachicoh]
County Commissioners
,j/.yt:{ ; Reading notices, 23 cents a line. rate us as a party from the republican terized as a steal.Admitting Exposition are fully equal to it. The fault is then with
:'it 1: .t Special rate for time advertisements upon appli will ensure a. ready re- the business men of Florida.

,,'1.!,. i. cation at the office.Communications. .. party, or we must confess that that in important cities form from the people. Much of the not erected the proper gins, and They do not hare

: ':4;;;-', :: upon all matters of local inter our opposition to their measures, and towns, where the Federal Courtsare sporise will no doubt be defrayedby and ship the cotton ; thus the seed is lost buy to

: ; est solicited from all parts of the county and from their creed and their men is factious, held, and there are offices of the .the State, and the profits of the buyers with
.. along the lines of Florida railways. our railroad corporations. Col. it. Florida
.. .j.1':, All communications intended for publication and based simply on a greed for Government to be accommodated Chipley will no doubt devote his attention fat.-J. G.K.languishes in Times.Union.and Georgia grows

"t-: should be addressed to the Editor; all business office and power. there should'be buildings provided _.
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: ;. to securing this aid. -----------
; : letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Sys-
'jo'. ,' We that it does not all follow The Confederate
I ... ,,-'. regret our esteemed co- at that costly'palaceso tem is needed in obtaining the aid Home.

4 fi".If.'l SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1SS4.. temporary should have made this ,justice should, be erected. of the people. The MIRROR will pathetic The Confederate cord in the Home hearts has of struck the a sym

!''t assault our senior Senator whois It seems to be forgotten or rather Blue and!
THE REDUCTION OF THE; TARIFF. upon ; gladly aid in putting the plan of the Gray in all portions of our common
'. \ recognized'C Crj"w; here in this concealed from ihc' public view that We coun-
:; We have gone on now for some Commsssioners before the public. try. observe .that Jacksonville: St.

s I country as an able, consistent and. the-cost ofall these buildings comes Augustine, Palatka ,and Tallahassee have
.V
years accumulating a surplus revenue xr c < -
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. ( : eminent democratic leader-a dem- out of the pockets of the'pe e INSURANCE IN:FLORID f. I already moved in,, the' matter. and made
', wrung from the pockets of the I p ; liberal subscriptions.
ocrat.of.the that the We learn from the of the We hope Fernandina's
Government report
Jeffersonian has'
: ( school no revenues
: people by a tax under the guise of warm hearted citizens will not let her be behind
'r' :)1}; t tariff duties, upon almost everything Senator Jones 'i is distinguished by of any importance except those State Treasurer, kindly transmitted her sister communities in proportion.

%\ \ : .;. '1" :> ','" that enters into the use or necessities his courtesy in debate, relying upon raised by levying duties upon the to us, that there are thirty-two fire The touching letterof that universally honored

I the strength of his food we eat and the clothes insurance companies authorized to and respected lady Mrs. Governor Reid
: :' l:, ,.. l' of living. I argument rather we wear. ,
. which take
I do we the liberty.of
than the As there are business in Florida. Their receipts publishing,
'i 1 i' f" The democratic party is commit- vehemence of his assertions, courts and. revenue gives better expression to our thoughts

: ; 'r. ;,: ted to a reduction of duties, and and always making fidelity to the offices in every State and post- for the year 1883 for risks than we can ourselves convey.To .

t!..L, even the republican platforms in amild Constitution the test of his approvalof offices in every congressional district, were $246,859, and losses paid $223-

1"1 .l.-.oj L, : and nebulous form public measures. a log-rolling scheme enables bills to 744, making a gain to them of the Editor of the Mirror:
.. Enclosed find
express $5.00
,
: the be passed which in the $13,115. The fire insurance companies my contribution to the
i, concurrence in this idea. Very likely democratic vote majority of "Confederate Home," a cause very dear to

.:::; Congress has been now in session would have been larger had the cases appropriate four times, the received in 1879 and 1880 my heart in all its phases. While I rejoice

':; 'C) several months, and a measure. look- people turned out with more in- amount necessary for a suitable $164,082 and paid for losses $318- that the movement is at last made, my regret -

/i' ing to a very moderate reduction is terest in the off-year of 1882 to hear building. 498, making their loss by businessin and surprise is that it was not sooner

., tm'"ii'ot10OOO' l Florida in two done. Many a poor, maimed, disabled sol-
the discussion Every $154,416.
of years
inhabitants
J! before them great constitutional ,
reduction dier
r : ,; -a which is For gone to his rest in poverty and sorrow.

'$I :.u i much,less than many desired, buti i is.. questions. ( by, our able Senator. now aspires to have a Government the year 1881 and 1882 the receipts ; might have been made comfortable? and com-

-J i still a beginning in the work of ---.- -- building, not only for the ostensible ivere $256,408.55 and the losses paratively happy,but all is not lost, that is

,!. .. affording relief to our Captain J. W. Vosburg and )1r. E. Lutz, purpose of accommodating;the
'j' .' over-taxed Waldo, have organized joint stock com- lic offices, but for the unavowed but 7316455. The total receipts by noble fellows who hazarded their lives for
people. their friends
will find
under the and within its walls
pany name style of the Orange comfort
the fire
j real oT insurance companies for the
purpose
We find at once a strong opposit Lake and Lochloosa Navigation Com ornamenting the and support. Very truly.

t I, tion manifesting itself to consideration pany. They have purchased all the machinery town and representing the dignityof five years amounted. to about $650- MRS. M. M. REID.
any
and material necessary fur the con- the Government." 000, and their losses to $735,000, Fernandina. Fla., April 17th, 1884.
of the
even tariff
:: ,', The republican subject. struction of an elegant light draft steamer to The total amount embraced in making a net loss on the insurance A CUBA. REVOLT. ..
I in Congress
minority
ply the waters of Lake Orange and I..ochloo- business of
these All of
bills now before $85,000. this loss
; :, is almost unit in Congress ex- ,
a sa. Skilled workmen
opposition, are now employedin A CALL TO ARMS BY AGUERO.
I and a considerable number of demo- building the craft and nothing to prevent, ceeds $6,000,000, more than is pro- however, occurred in the first two NEW YORK. 'April .17.-A proclamationwas
.
: ::! cratic members from the steamer will be completed and launchedon posed to be appropriated for rivers years. In the last three years they issued to the Cubans by Aguero upon

J.,:: regions join with them.manufacturing or before. the first of June.Waldo Advertiser. and harbors, outside of that given for have made a profit of about $90,000. recently also landing issued at in Kingston Cuba. A, proclamationwas Jamaica, by
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the :Mississippi.\ -------------- General Roman L. Bonachea to the inhabi
: We hope the democratic party in Lochloosa Lake is one of the most PUBLIC BUILDING AT JACKSON tants of Cuba saying that he has organized
[: That redundant Treasury is attacked socities and revolutionary centres in the
VILLE.
4. Congress is
strong enough to beautiful of
meet the
inland
lakes of Flor- United States, :Mexico, Honduras, Jamaica,
. ,i this issue. That the great majority ida. It is clear oblong about in all quarters. We had The Times-Union of yesterday gives ; Venezuela-and Columbia'just the same as in
.. very hoped that Democrats France.and Spain and in the-Island of Cuba
I vigorous to its ,
of the democratic professing expression views of
1 party in all the six miles by four, and connects by a and notified the., people that General Garcia

',j States demand a reduction of duties natural canal of one mile in length economy in public expenditureswould the inadequacy of the sum of $100- ,! is coming at that moment to meet jmuv He
not lend themselves to this 000 to provide for recommends all. revolutionary litres to
j a building Jack-
1 there is
no question. ;with Orange Lake which-lies on the send all the funds'to the Central Committeeat
1'1 A log-rolling system of securing sonville. It says : New York.
ap-
I : time-serving policy on this south-east of Gainesville about ten KEY WEST, Fla., April ,17.Advices from
1 4 propriations.- popular upheaval Convinced that the passage of the bill
' question will be ruinous. + The miles distant and has of Havana state that the; Government refusesall
representatives a length
t has heretofore would settle forever the character of the information
expressed: the popular newspaper regarding Ague
r of a few manufacturing some eighteen miles. It is surrounded federal building to be erected at Jacksonville ro and the movements of the insurgents
is: districts feeling in reference to such schemes thereby increasing the alarm
obstruct the declared trust that and distrust.
may by orange groves, and is the most we a vigorous effort will be
According to private accounts
and modes of Aguero is now
: t 1 : policy of the party, but this question productive orange growing region in procedure. made to increase the amount in Committeof in the jurisdiction of Cienfuegos, having had
--.---------- the Whole] and, if this fails, that the bill various successful
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. is now
too well I
understood
to be the State. The Florida
'. ,; :. Railway and POCKET PISTOLS. : will be defeated. For the sum of $100,000 troops. The insurgents now number a re-

f':;}' evaded. Navigation Co's. road passes along The carrying* **" revolvers; has become will not provide such a building as Jack- spectable levying: contributions force, sustaining on the themselves farmers and by

: We have a surplus in the Treasury, the eastern margin Lochloosa Lake the curse of the sonvilleis entitled to expect and to demand. planters. Great Consternations reigns. The

,.' ',1. : and no doubt men interested in where it has station with day. Openwar At least three-fourths of a square being required country people are saving their homes.TIIEST.JOIINS .
a wharf
a should be _.. ..
waged the
against ----- -
pur- under the regulations, the site alone --
1 schemes
r for
: its depletion prefer to and five .
B
miles further U:
south
crosses chase and i
would
sale of pocket pistols. At cost not less than $50,000. The architect's -
t. :. : keep things as they are. Lake A May port correspondent to the Tuna-
': t Orange on a long trestle now the present price of three dollars supervisor's and construction agent'sfee Union says :

The struggle will be watched with.great nearly filled up and passes between the every boy in the land would amount to $10,000 more. This The schooners Twenty-one Friends and St.
i interest. celebrated of every negro, would leave $40,000 for a building which i is Johns came in a day or two since after a
,
groves Bishop'and Harrison arid some women are eager to sup- to be our only federal building when Jacksonville number of days detention outside from want
4:. SENATOR to Ocala. On the west side of the of sufficient water to cross the bar. The
\r JONES. : ply themselves
shall have
: > with this weapon, become a city of fifty or latter, drawing ten and a half feet was dragged
Sergeant Bates, in his insane tramp Lake the Florida Southern Railroad dangerous even to its possessor. one hundred thousand inhabitants. across the bar in ten feet of water by

' through the South, never waved the United runs from Gruelie to Ocala. And concludes two tugs.
on by saying
States flag more frantically than did Every, daytelegraphic news gives : In order to lighten his vessel the TfK 0n ', ,,, t our The steamer be In any event, our view is that had Hunting, sufficiently
'.' ,. "senior Senator" the blood' shirt" in hi proposed to put on more than one'instance of loss of we to cross the bar. Captain -
Anderson
better wait has been
ewill indefinitely than accept a build obliged to haul in
I.; canvass of this District two years ago. Now,, give orange and fruit growers life from the pocket-pistol by design L ing which would be a source of shame to one of our docks and discharge about one
what was the result? It is claimed thaeighty t great facilities for reaching the Rail accident. within hundred thousand feet of lumber. After
or ten We
the bill
: .:, white years. hope will be getting out Captain Anderson will proceed
men voted the
!' ; ticket in this county who had Republican voted roads, and will be a great convenience War must be waged in every form amended.or killed. to Fernandina to supply the deficiency thus

).' .. ; it before, or at least since their,residence never i in to tourists and sportsmen. against the pistol, self protection demands A number of rising cities in Flor- occasioned The following in his outward cargo. bound vessels' are

: ; ': : Florida. The change is said to have been Both Lakes abound in fish and are that it be made unlawful togo ida will agree to take the $100,000 in port waiting for a favorable tide to cross

: larger in the counties on the St. Johns river covered with aquatic fowl. building if Jacksonville the bar: Schooners A. T. Nowell, Marcus
does
Quite
'I '.; armed, and the possession of a not Edwards, Prescott Hazktinc, Louix V.: C/iaples
than here. Whether that change was owing extensive and Wilson&
fisheries are now carriedon want it. Hunting.
r : ., ,'i to the rampant utterances of Senator Jones pocket-pistol on or about the person

., h and his colleague or the mild and' insinuating at Luhloosa-the old Indianname should be..1nade..acriminal offence. A :Mrs. Maulden, of La Villa, was List of Letters

l i addresses of :Mr. Bisbee and his associ.1' now generally called Lochloo Safeguards should be established killed on Monday night at the rail- Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandi

; "1 : aces, we do not know. Both 'have sa., na, Nassau county, Florida, April 1U, I3J-i.
;. spired to bring about that may result.-Ocala conJ --_. against the.sale, and,public opinionbe road crossing on,' Brooklyn bridgeat Persons calling for these letters must say

I. l.Y} Ran' r. THE RIVER invoked to ,denounce the carry- Jacksonville. This crossing is of advertised:
AND HARBOR BILL has
J r %. ing of concealed Anderson, :Mrs C C Lee. W J
We, do Ji'ot 'think- weapons. necessity a very dangerous place at ,,
Senator Jones not, yet been reported the House.It Anderson"Dr L P Love, Ellen
t. ,: i; needs any vindication> of his democracy is reported that the committee are f It :is fair to assume that nearly. all times. The rules of the railroad Bell,OFBailey Lenon, TJWModeky
Ed
his every boy or man you meet has company we learn require that the Joseph
t or good sense from us, but hearing congressional representativesfor 1 a'i Brown & Frazer. McDier, John

w it will be a surprise to him and, to each of the S ates. This is weapon in his pocket ready for use bell on the engine be kept ringingand Canty, Wilson ((2)ackenen.) Sindia
simply Cambell, Adelia
the Macray, Ben ten
.' those who heard his addresses in the to enable each representatives"to dis- on slightest occasion; real or a speed of not more than two Daniels, Anna :Marv Mill, Maria

imaginary. It is a cowardly custom miles an hour-but there Dereko, Jho O'Neil; J P ((2)
j of 1882 I
1 campaign to him are
.i. see charged his
charge duty, as the saying is, Davis, W F Parris, Charles
:t : by the Banner with waving the and amounts to little. We with many, a thoughtless one with eight or nine tracks connected with Durkea, B C Parker, Capitola

> ,. shirt. very can some, and a dangerous one with most. the two railroads and no precautionscan Foyle, FrankFreemon Right, Joseph
"bloody The
: :: reasoning of see no reason why the report of the Lucy Rogers, Mrs Flora
,' :::\ the Balmcthat Senator Jones' be relied upon to insure perfect Fraser, Hugh A. Rogers, John Henry
Engineer Department should not TIlE question of legislative aid for An Grandison, Reynolds, :Miss II
,. =: speeches were the cause of voters furnish the committee with all the the safety. elevated bridge which Greacen, 'V J JtobertsonBella
New
staying at home does Orleans Exposition being shall go entirely above all the tracksis Higgins,Tibytha Simmons, Mrs John
not
accord with
information they need and from Hall, Charty
\ ; :, an laid at rest, we hope to see Smith, Daniel
a general the
the opinion of anyone but itself. We impartial Our only safe arrangement whichcan Hawkins, Mrs Senfea Steiner, A
source. has
: port no and a spontaneous movement in all be made. Rarest, Jho Thomas, Louise
confess to an admiration of Senator i delegations or agents in Washington.We parts of the State towards Higdon, Elizia Whilder. L B
:: : raising a Hale Dr Josiah L Wyl ly, R II
Jones' and
plain ad4' GEORGIA
straightforward VS. FL01 IDrL
the
rely upon report of ,General sufficient fund to meet the necessarY Hamiter, Mrs Mary Williams, IIarrit
.vocacy of democratic principles, Gillmore as'to the nature characterand .* Florida produces fully one-half of all the Jones, :Mrs Er"inViIliams, R J
1- which immutable expenses of a creditable exhibit of I!f sea island cotton grown ; yet it finds its Livinston, Annie Williams, Alexander

are just and true importance of our bar improvement the products of Florida.: 1 market.. too often in the feed, at Savannah. Loyal I, Mrs Ann
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: at all times and,, in all SAM'I.T. RIDDELL. P. M.
places.
i and we expect our Senators We hope"the State Commisioners I where it is exported to the markets of the
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what
= once.announce amount short staple of the Or exchange, for Northern city property
the respect of neither friends nor foes whole northern and western
t duty in reference to the they regard as for the purpose counties a thirty-five acre truck farm, with two-story
r; necessary in the
same manner is
absorbed
and is never in the long run success- improvement of harbor in dwelling, barn etc. Beautifully situated on
of
,l a commerce and the purposes to which it is the markets of Georgia, and Florida receivesno the mainland, on Xassan river, within half
ful. Between the views entertained which is important to the to be applied. The people of Flori- credit for her products. In the truck a mile of the Florida Transit & I'eninsular

i! by Senator Jones and Mr. Bisbee, whole State which they da products' the matter is but little better, Railroad. Land all under cultivation.
represent.
...II are always willing to respond to Georgia, in her claim MRS EMMA FLETCHER.
of fhe "
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post-OJjlce SEC. 6. All such vessels as are described in FJNI't -
nffice'Hours-From 8:00 A.. st, to 0:00 tV .U, Sec. 4, arriving during the closuro of said "

Friday)Y hours 10:3 A-; M: to 1130 A< MMonev National Quarantine Station shall anchor ................................. _............ ;......_"if J & T :
Orders and Registered Letters from and remain at the Port Quarantine Station e K"Y'DD:

g-00: {. M. to l:0p',M-: and from _.00( r. M under the the personal supervision or directionof MILLINERYrf. .
Quarantine Officer.
to 3:30 ARRIVAL: r. M.ADD DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS.ransit SEC. 7. All vessels arriving at this port ......................................,..................... :1ar'ARE NOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS oF-f .' '.
with sickness board, uf(.
d' Peninsular Ra roo.d- on or having had the ;
lrrhcsailr T except Sunday... 4:00 p. M. same during voyage, will, at all seasons of -AT- .
the year, no matter from what port, either '
mails from the North, the
, Gulf Brings coast, Transit and Peninsular tine American station or, and foreign there, anchor remain at until the released quararr- KING'SBAZARHATS 1 NEW ,' ,
railroads.
daily except Sunday........... 6:00 A. M. by order of the Board of Health or Quarantine
Closes

Gulf Takes coast mails,Transit for the and North Peninsu-, the Physician.SEC.. 8. Vessels. from ports south of 25 BONNETS, RIBBONS, ,I SPRING AND
north latitude will, during the entire year, SUMMER''

T-iSbura tSrain arrives daily.. 8:30 A. M. be the required quarantine to discharge station.any and all ballastat FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS. '
mail
only.
Brings Western SEC. 9. On and after May 1st and until November
Fernandina &Jacksonville Railroad- 1st of each year, and if the A Fall line of I :
longer Elegant ,Lace and Mall Fichus jG-ooDs.L.'
/irrives/ daily except Sunday........ 8:50 A.M. Board of Health so determine, all coastwise .
Brings the Jacksonville and St. vessels must anchor at the quarantine,sta CRAPE .
LISSE
river mails. tion. RUGHINGS,
John Vessels from non-infected or non-sus-
Arrives daily except Sunday.. 5.00 r. :M. pected ports will not be detained longer NEW AND LATEST STYLES INDRESS
Brines! mails same as above. than necessary for the quarantine officer to Linen Collars and Kid Gloves,
except Sunday.......... 9:00 _
e1osesdaily A. ?or satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary con : 0
Takes the Jacksonville, ,St.John's' dition. Vessels -from ports south of 25 All of the Lates-t Style GOODS and SILKs
Itiver and Northern mails. north latitude will have to with ;
comply sec- ,". __ ,
......... t
Close daily except Sunday 5:30 f...M..-.; tion 8, be fumigated at least twice, and detained FANS PARASOL '
Takes the Jackson: ville,John's:: "' at least fifteen days ':, CORSETS, NUN'S VEILINGS BUNTINGS
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and Western j : :A'J ,
river. Northern mails. SEC. 10. The coastwise steamers shall be :
Sunday JailJacksonville allowed to come to their wharves and be Hoop Skirts and Ladles-tTnclerwear.tS .< Lawns Cambrics '
and St.John River, there inspected by the Port Physician, un- /Percales Prints White 'Goo'ds.Laces
arrives. .........10:2. A. M. less otherwise ordered by him, but no personor .
Northern mail arrives.v ......... 9:00 p'M': freight or baggage shall be landed, nor -
Jacksonville,St.John's River and persons allowed to go oh board, until per- and Embroideries ,
the North, 6:00 A. M. mission be given by the Port Physician ; and MME' G AM ES.: 'tr1 Hamburg Edgings and Insertings
Jacksonville and St. John's River if it be found by the Port Physician that ,FULL LINE of the newest patterns. .
only, closes.......... 4:00: p. M. said steamers have any sickness or contagious t II I II It I I ""j II II II It'-' .
St )[ar"8' River- disease on' board, said steamers shall Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.
St. Mary's and Crandall, arrives be( immediately ordered to the quarantine
Croquet Sets and Our
Monday and Thursday..............7:00 A.M. ground. Base-Ball ,Bats, Spring Clothing for Men and Youths has arrived, and for style
Arrives Tuesday and Friday./: .......2:00 p. :M. SEC. 11. The Port Physician is hereby authorized and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' ,
Closes Tuesday and Friday.3:00 r. :M. and required to administer to all MARBLES, KITES$; ETC.
St.Mary's and Dun eness,Wednesday masters of vessels arriving in this port (except Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment all the latest novelties.
and Saturday, arrives.11:00 A. M. those of coastwise steamers) the oath -\1.80- J8@'We
Closes Wednesday and Saturday... 3:00 r.:M. prescribed by the National Board of Health. Large Grass Hammocks and Express Wagons. are Special Agents for BROWNING, KING & CO., of New
St.Mary's only.,Monday and Thursday SEC. 12. From May 1st to November.lst of York, leading. Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit
guaranteed.:
: P.M. each year,no vessel from an infected orsus-
Closes Monday and Thursday-.8.00 A. M. pectecl latitude will be allowed to either K.INGS; BAZARCor. XleCall and examine our stock and prices before sending off 0* urchasY
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SAML. T. RIDDELL. P, M.Absolutely citv.lighter. or bring cargo of fruit up to the. ; +/ inRels. where Special- orders-- __n_ -C.-lIp.n---- .-._. "XT-..._. .. Vn... v.,...1.._. 'h.U.... vUJ 1'\-n<_: J_:M.J'L;:jJut'lJ"" *..__P_ ..
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SEC. 13. Pilots mast in each case, before r Centre and Fourth.Sts., Fernandina. I i vnyer.- I r 1

boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary con T. :J:>
P
dition vessels ; in no case must they board ,

if the vessel has sickness on board, or has 0CONTRACTOR.. S. OAIES: ,Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts., ,
had same during voyage; in such cases they NEW
must either direct to Sapelo Quarantine Station YORK OFFICE 83 Walker St. \ FERNANDINA, FLA. .
lead the vessel in, or have their small AND BUILDER, Y-
W LiGy boat hoisted alongside clear of the. water, #
and in this pilot the vessel in. ( RIVER
ROYAL Ronaetetn way And :Manufacturer: of AND OCEAN STEAMERS.
SEC. 15. Each and every person, or each
and every vessel or other craft, who or
which shall be found guilty of any violation FLOORING, CEILING, MOLDINGS, MALLORY'S
@ I'I of these regulations,or their provisions, I STEAMSHIP LINE !
shall, upon conviction, be fined not less than FANCY SCROLL SAWING,
j'1! '" .I ..::- $5 nor more than $100, or imprisoned for not .. ,
,.ii i"' less than one nor more than BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS
\'Ii ::E m ::f twenty days, FLORIDA AND NEW
':;" 1: both at the discretion of the Board of Health. YORK.

T SEC. 16. In case of the absence or sicknessof NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS.
J::: the Port Physician, he shall have authority ,- ,
1...'. t to appoint a deputy \vhich deputy shall
\ : be a practicing physician. STAIR and CHURCH, WORE. a SPECIALTY.
SEC. 17. These regulations shall take effect 'J _:"/Z'
on May 1st, 1884. .
Elevations and Floor Plans, with estimates ,'\J,
J. D. PALMER
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4KI President of the Board of Health. furnished at reasonable'rate.s. '

Attest: jZS",Orders,by mail. promptly attended to. > ?::1;

I TIIEO. STAEBUCK:Secretary. Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 :.

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POWDER SPRING AND_ SUMMER GOODS f xJ d ,> .


Pure.

TMIIS POWDER never varies. A marvel -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS- ._
JL of purity strength and wh lesomc1ess.! CITY' OF SAN ANTONIO, :" .

lure and: cannot cL-ouomical he sold than in competition the ordinary with kinds the, 1\I.CDE: :BRC3JS: STATE OF TEX \...' 1.08O 1,543 TON TO2VS..

multitude low test,short weight, alum or \ CARONDELET, 1,508 TONS.
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. WESTERN TEXAS, 1,310 TONS.
KOYAL RAKING POWDER CO., .
3* 106 Wall Street New York. CENTRE STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT, \
Rules-and---Regulations------- in Regard ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YORK.

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to Quarantine. Have just received an entire new Stock in
from
department: the
every ; ,
ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FE11NANDINA FOR NEW YORK
'blptcd b1 the Board of Health of Port of Northern and Eastern Markets, and taking advantage of cash THURSDAY. AFTERNOON, on arrival of afternoon trains from Jacksonville -
Fernandina Qwll man County Florida, purchases t Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad.
March 29th, 188!. enables us to offer our entire stock at such- low This Line, Laving 110 Transfers between Fcrnaiuliim and New
tcrIOX York, offers' the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF .
.hlaH!, be During the quarantine season, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others. ,
the
to the quarantine duty of the pilots to conduct 'FIGURES THAT ,The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR
WILL '
grounds DEFY
all vessels arrival ACCOMMODATIONS TO FLORIDA. WITHOUT CHANGE
{ :g in the harbor of Fernandina COMPETITION.R ; making close
lines of except the at FERNANDINA with FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE RAIL ,
anchor at coastwise such steamers, and bring to for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
quarantine grounds all such JOHNS, OCKLA AHA and INDIAN RIVERS and with the FLORIDA
Tessels, there to remain for We have endeavored to select] the : TRANSIT
such time
port Physician shall as the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA ; and with the
plots shall designate, and the said PENINSULAR RAILROAD for OCALA, and with FLORIDA TROPICAL RAILROAD- _
immediately notify thePort Ph y- for LAKE WEIR.
sician, by flying the national"ensign:; at the Latest and, Most Stylish Designs to be Found
foremast-bead, of the arrival of said vessels ; THROUGH BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.

MM I person the said pilots shall hand the master or For freight, passage rates, and. schedules, or further information, apply to
having charge of
of these rules and regulations.said vessel, a copy and all we ask is to give us a call and price for yourselves, and see the R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent,

Six 2. All vessels quarantined under the FERNANDINA, FLORIDA.
Provisions of these rules shall remain at said C. H. MALLORY & CO.,
quarantine without communication with Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-, .:'

Tcatever w the shore, ,or or with with any any other person boats or or persons vessels ]IILH1ENsE[ : BA.RGAINSI- 1

any 1 Permission description} of the whatever Port unless by special GROCERIES PROVISIONS SHIP OHANLERy"ETO.. _.
Physician and
no ; J'
person
shall or persons, or boats or vessels,
any > !bit or hold any communication with to be had in Fernandina at the establishment-7'' H. EL DOTTERJERINVITES : .,

a 3uthorJtj quarantined from the vessel Port, Physician unless by; special and if .. .. ., -t 11.'..I..., ..,,',, ,.'.[" :1" '

quarantined: : < vessel shall hold commumcation ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT:: OF

then anJ'other quarantined vessel, MODE BROTHERS:
? vessel shall be quarantined for il ili
fifteen *
I fines additional, in addition to all .: .*-
reg lations.t .or penalties imposed by these TFNEFAMILY

f'b <;. 3. It shall be the duty of the Port -IN- { GROOERIES }
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:ir blclan to visit all vessels arriving in the .* :;: r
Fernandina as soon as possiblewdSharn DRY GOODS FANCY GOODS I I
and ,
inspect said vessels, ,
n'e a i a good sanitary condition, he shall EMBRACING NEALY EVERYTHING: IN THIS LINE, ALSO IN THAT OF
)p certificate of health and allow them
rocec
End on their"oyage but if he shall GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
any of ; GOODS, FANCY :
IMPORTED
said GROCERIES.ONLY
:}'condition vessels in a foul or unsani- : :
'c1 or he shall order the said yes.

nod; sanitary'vessels: cjeanedand! into quarantine fumigated and until put thoroughly in Boots, Shoes, Curtains. Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths. SUCH GOODS KEPT IN STOCK AS CAN BE RECOMMENDED AS

shall l condition, after which he '
*nd aifni her said' vessel a certificate of health PURE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .'
to :
ret'Or u"w within proceed to her destination. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ,l., ;
in",. the limits of the port of :ATTENTION GIVEN TO SELECTIONS OFFINE

:r'tF'XaUoSiaftcr? the opting each '

I :"mogasnidckt)all vessels Quarantine from Station (Sapelo year 100 :PJEJ: : ::ES 1\.A..IIJIIIJBDSr. : .: c-S.". --f AND ":,
I ness infected ports hay J TEAS COFFEES
the on boaad shall be ,
I p i lot to directed by + '
amine Stab.proccl on. to Said National Quar- WHICH WE OFFER AT IMMENSE BARGAINS. -+ +- ; ,
'
I bean S ";5 it.\n)' vessel: arriving at this port, THE BEST GOODS OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT CAK. BE PP OCUBED. 1

!; 4t1tine'offie certificate of the National Quart ,
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-'". IInti t uiranlI1e! Uft.bebrou-ht station, and them to anchor remain at : MODE BRO'S NEW GOODS. Received by Every Steamer.:: > ':: ,,:' ,
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B I i or Port Pb'sician the order of the Board of -

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GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER COUNTY. I Sheriff A. B. Crutchfield, Ocala. RAILROADS. With Tampa Steamship *
n County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson. Assesstor of Tares-Henry W. Long. ers for and from Key West. sateam-
t.: United States Officers. Clerk-F. J. Pous Sanderson. OollecoT RetmueV.. F.-Trantham Mohc Y
of
< 1 nniME CARD Thursday; for Tampa and and
{!. f : LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. JL day and Friday. Manatee' J1on.
> .I;?<. J '! \ Register L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W, Cobb San- Superintendent of Schools M. L. Paine, OF THE For information respecting routes
; : derson. Fort McCoy. FLORIDA RAILWAY etc., apply to General rain
; '-Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. &MYIGATIOXC03IPAH.. [ Ticket Office
:+: ; \ > Surveyor.GeneralIalachi Martin, Tall Collector of Rerenue-J. R. Herndon, San MONROE: COUNTY. dina, or to the, Company's offices'in Ferran'Jack:

.' ; ,, : hassee. derson. 0 County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West. In Effect April 14th, 18S4. sonville.
?0< ';'. DISTRICT COUBT. Superintendent of Sc/tOols-Jas. D. Chalker, Clerk-Pet /T.-Knight: ; Key ,=est.

: ';:J.,,, :. / Judge Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Sanderson. BRADFORD COUNTY. Sheriff Assessor George A. Dernerritt, Key West. TRANSIT & PENINSULAR DIVISION. FLORAL CITY ROUTE.

: : ..' .,.: <'" ; Jlars/wl-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville. of Taxc.s-\Valter C. Maloney, Jr., (FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEY.)
County Judge-J. R. Richard Key West. CENTRAL
Providence.
&
WESTERN
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y. -<:. :ii''ClerkPhilip; Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Ret'enueIasoll S. Moreno (Central, Ninetieth Jleridian, Time.) DIVISION
a. (JACKSONVILLE
<.:,:,.t .,. INTERNAL KEVENTE.ift Sheriff W. W. Tumbliv, Starke. Key West. GOING SOUTH. TO CHATTAHOOCHEE Up/ )
: ;, s Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent ofSctools--J. V. Harris,Key Day Pas. Nt Pas. WESTWARD.:
Butler. West. A.M. P.M. Xo. 3.
i COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. No. 1.
". '.." Collector of Revenue-; Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Fernandina................. 7.20 6.40 Accom. fail
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.:. John W. Howell, Fernandina. Santa Fe.'Superintendent. County : Leave Hart's Road Junction... 7.50 7.25 Leave Jacksonville...... 7.00pm 8.00
Hinton
"x..: Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dina. Judge J. Baker, Fernan Arrive Callahan..................... 8.38 8.25 Arrive Baldwin ............ 8.10 pm a m

., )4t: John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke.. Clerk-J. Edwards Leave Callahan...................... 8.50 9.10 Leave Baldwin! ......-.. 9.00pm 8.39:1I,

'. .'i41 BREVARD COUNTY. S1"eri.U-John A. Ellermann, Fernandina. Leave Dutton.................. ..... 9.17 9.45 Arrive.. Lake City.........11.50 pm 10.33a. .
)' County Judge-James A. McCrory, City nandina. of -Win. H. Garland, Fer Arrive Baldwin..................... 9.50 10.25 Madison ............ 4.00: a m 1.03 alU

4 > Point. Collector Revenue Leave Baldwin....................... 9.55 11.00 Monticello........ 5.30am 1.5.Pia
If .' EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.GovernorNut. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina. of -Warren F. Scott.. Fer-. Leave :Maxville....................10.22 11.24 Tallahassee......... 8.00am 350 Pm

t : D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John II. Laws, City Point. Superintendent Leave Highland...................10.40 11.48 Leave Tallahassee......_ 8.40 a m ... PQ
\ 'J-.,: utell.ant.Governor-Livingstoll W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Geor- botham, Callahan.of Schools-L. W. Higgin- A.M. ArriveQuiney .............10.20 a m 5. 5p'

; .., Key West.Secretary, gianna. Leave Lawtey........................10.55 12.07 Chatta. River......12.15 a In G.1J
.:,?'..
i "f lahassee. Orange county.Superintendent County-Juii'ge-J. M. Beggs, Orlando Leave Starke.................;......11.36 12.39 EASTWARD.No.: 4.Accom.. ,
I: '' Comptroller-W. D. Barnes' Tallahassee. of Schools M. E. English, Clerk-3. P. Hughey, Orlando. Leave Thurston.....................11.48 12.57, XII )
: L'Engle Tallahassee. Titusville. Mail.r i
Treasurer-Henry Sheriff Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. P. :}r. Leave Chatt'chee River 2.00 p m
Attomey-General-George.. P. Raney, Talla- CLAY COUNTY.County Assessor of Taxes-James> :M. Owens,Fort Arrive Waldo........:\;..............12.08 1.25 Arrive Quincy............. 3.45pm ]Wy\.m; )\
,J. hassee. *** ;Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Reid, :Fla.Collector. Leave Waldo.......................12.20 1.40 Tallahassee......... 5.10pm 1:l.alan? ,

I ;}. -Commissioner of Lands-P. ,Yo White. Park. of Ret'e1/tle-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. Leave Gainesville.................. 1.05 2.36 Leave Tallahassee........ 5.45 pm ...Sp..!..
-, Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. Leave Arredondo................... 1.23 3.00 Arrive Monticello........ 4.50 j"rj;
i : ," "- Superintendent of Public Instruction K. Sheriff( James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Decks, Leave Palmer......... ............... 1.35 3.15 Madison ............ 0.45pm pm 3.45 155; 1

: ., ., Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. Leave Archer........................ 1.51 3.35 Live Oak............11.50pm ;5.0nm P IU
.. Adjutant-General Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM COUNTY.:' Leave Bronson....................... 2.20 4.10 Lake City........... 2.15am (C.'j
BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Rerenue-A. S Chalker. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.51' pm
; Judge of Probate-E. Harrison Palatka. 4.58 Baldwin ............ <>._"0 a In u .'>.'.
: .; (Commissioner. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-'R. W. Davis, Clerk-W. F. Forward Palatka., Leave Rosewood................... 3.30 5.44 Leave BaldwIn........... 6.00am 0....;..)..p...D1

Middleburg. Sheriff Thomas Shally., Arrive Cedar Key: ................. 4.00 6.20 Arrive Jacksonville......*. 7.30 a m aoo pni

:' Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A.. Woods. GOING NOKTH. Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4
oj .. Special Agent Columbus Drew, Astor County Ju.dge-'V. :M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Collector of RCt'enuc-Joseph Price. Day Pas. M Pas. except Sunday.A daily.
f : : Building, Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. A.M.: P.M.: special train will leave Jacksonville

i>I> SUPREME,COURT. Sheriff( -J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key................... 7.00 7.50: 8.45 every morning to make close connection ai

,; Chief Justice-E. :M. Randall, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-A.'' D. Brown,Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Rosewood.................:. 7.32 8.30 with the Day Passenger Train on the

'J. .. Associate Justice-J. Westcott,jr.:,Tallahas Collector of 'Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge W.II. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek................. 8.03 9.10 Transit
,, see. Lake Superintendent. of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39 9.50 Baldwin at 9.45 a.m. Returning, leave Bald!
r Associate Justice-R.,B. Van Valkenburgh, City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. Leave Archer ........................ 9.07 10.25 win at 1.25p.m., arriving, at Jacksonville
.i Jacksonville. DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Faulkner Leave Palmer.........................9.23 10.47 2.00 p.m.
,1 J J' Clerk C* H. Foster, Tallahassee. County Judge William A. McLean, Jack Perry. Leave Arredondo................;.. 938 11.07 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville
sonville. Leave Gainesville..10.00 to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman ]
: .County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. 11.45 Sleepers
j ; +, 4 .CIRCUITi.UDGES. ,/ Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County Surveyor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Arrive Waldo........... .............10.42.J 12.40 Jacksonville to New Orleans daily.
j. First Circuit-Augustus; E. Maxwell, Pen.i' Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Re 'enuc-J. B. Hardee Perry. ; A. :M. 3* Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTE,

sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith Jack- Assessor. of Tares. -R. L. Henderson. Leave Waldo.........................10.52 2.00 the :NEW SHORT LINE via the Florida
;' ""- Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas- sonville. JOHN'S Leave Thurston...................11.13 2.30 Central and Western Division.ST. .

t see. Collector of RCt'enueIoses J. Brown, ST. COUNTY. Leave Starke........................11.48 2.47
a Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison. Jacksonville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus Leave Temple's ....................11.55 2.55P. MARK'S BRANCH.
.t Fourth Circuit-James M..Baker, Jackson Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Russell tine. M.: (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)

i ville. Jacksonville. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Leave ....................
Lawtey- 12.17 3.20
Leave
Tallahassae.................... ...
i t. Fifth Circuit Thomas P. King, Gaines Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Leave Highland.....................12.33 3.40 8.00am
HAMILTON COUNTY.County Arrive Wakulla............................ 9J03an
Assessor
Taxes A.
of D.
1 ville. Rogero, St. Leave: Maxville......................12.53 4.05
Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. Augustine. Arrive St. :Mark's......................... 'J.SOam
II. L. Mitchell
Sixth Circuit- Tampa. Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.20 4.40
Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper.Sherff8amuel.Altman Collector Revenue Leave St. Mark's.........................IO.OOa.m()
of F.
-V. Archer Cocke Sanford Llambias
Seventh Circuit Joseph Leave Baldwin......... ........... 1.25 5.20 .
.f' { Jasper. St. Augustine.Superintendent. Arrive Wakulla.............................1 O.:!> a c!-
c' Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Schools C. F. Leave Brandv Branch............ L45 5.40 i Arrive Tallahassee,.......................11.30; a III
Court Calendar.FIRST Collector of Revenue--W. H. H. McLeod. St. of Perpall, Leave Dutton........................ 2.00 5.55
Columbia County.Superintendent Augustine. I Arrive Callahan..................... 2.28 6.30 CONNECTIONS.At : .
CIRCUIT. of Schools-J. W. Reed SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan...................... 2.35 6.55
Fall Term- County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg I Leave Hart's Road Junction... 3.20 7.50 Jacksonville, with Waycross Line for
Jasper.
.' :, -- Santa !Rosa 2d :Monday in October. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Arrive Fernandina................ 3.50 8.25 all points North and East; with the Fernan
HERNANDO COUNTY. dina & Jacksonville Short Line for FernalJ-
Walton 4th in October.
,. Holmes, 2d Wednesday Monday after 4th :Monday County Judge W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Sheriff J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. S3 Day Passenger daily except Sunday; dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
Assessor Taxes A. B.
of Goodwin1. Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR.
t.-: in October. ville. the St. Johns River, St. Augustine, etc.
Collector
t Washington, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville. Sumterville.of Ret'enue-Joseph Hutchinson, At Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Peninsular -
in October. Sheriff J. B. Mickler, Brooksville. Division for Gainesville, Ocala Fer
Assessor Jaxes R. J. Superintendent of Schools!-A. H. Helven- DIVISION. nandina, Cedar Key and all Gulf Ports.
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in i of Bradley, Brooks- ston Sumterville. ,
.} October. ville. (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.) At Live Oak, with the Savannah, Florida

Escambia 1st Monday in December. Collector of Ret.'enu.e-F.M.Hedich, Brooks- SUWANEE. COUNTY. GOING SOUTH. & Western Railroad.At .
.
,.t, This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County- ,rudgeI.. :M. Blackburn, Live Day Pas. A't Pas. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch

J : 10, 1879, and does. not change the. Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, Oak.ClerkRobert P.M. A.M. Railroad on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-

Spring Term. Fort Dade. A. Reid. Live Oak. Leave Waldo........................12.25 1.40 urdavs.
i } :;. THIRD CIRCUIT.Spring HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak. Leave Dixie...........................12.47 2.10 At' Chattahoochee River, with the Pensa
.' Term L. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Hawthorne............. ..... 1.03 2.33 cola & Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen

.' Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st 'Monday in Clerk Gounty.Judge-H.-Wm. C. Brown Crane, Tampa. Collector of Revenue Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Lochloosa.................... 1.20 2.57 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
L April.Madison. Isaac Craft Tampa. Welborn. Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,
; 2d :Monday in April. Assessor Sheriff-D. Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones Leave Sparr's........................ 2.00 3.47 and :Northwest>f and with all boats for Apalachicola -
of Taxes-Hugh .
'\ Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Revenue GallagherTampa.Collector Live Oak. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 Columbus and Eufaula.
of -Warren A. Givens
'0 Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th Monday VOLUSIA COUNTY.Cou.ntyrudgeJames Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48 The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to
Tampa.
in April. H. Chandler Enter Leave Ocala............................ 3.05 4.45 all points West.Through .
Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson ,
o ;ytt\ 0 Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. prise. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40 Tickets and Sleeping Car Berth

.' I, in April. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. Arrive Oxford........................ 4.00 6.00 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
:,r, Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th :Monday JEFFERSON. Sheriff-W. A. Cone, Enterprise. Leave Wildwood................... 4.15 6.51 and at new office southwest corner of Bay
.
in April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. :D. Hodges Glen Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.55 7.35 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
,
Fall Terntr Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Cove. A. O. MAcDOXELL,
Clerk-W. C. Bird Monticello. GOING NORTH.. Gen Ticket and Pass. ,
1st after 1st in Agent.Fernandina
Taylor, Tuesday Monday Collector Revenue P. N.
?r. Superintendent Schools W. R. i of Bryan, Glen A.M. P.M. FLt
r ,' October. Monticello. of Taylor, Cove. Leave Leesburg...................... 6.20 6.00 ,
Madison, 2d Monday in October. Treasurer Superintendent of Schools-L. *D. Huston, Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.00 6.55 C. W. :MAXWELL
County -W. M. Girardeau Mon- Master of ,
,, :j, : Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. ticello. Enterprise. Leave Oxford......................... 7.17 7.08 Transportation Fla.
1 .' Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector Retentt.e-J. H. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Lake Weir Station........ 7.20 7.40 Baldwin,
of Tucker Mon- W. G. COLEMAN
in October. ticello. County Judge-W. A. Giles Crawfordville. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42
::' t Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham Wau- Sheriff Charles Aligord Crawfordville., Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22 General Traveling Jacksonville Agent, Flo.,

: ;: -" October. keenah. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Anthony Place............ 8.48 9.28 D. E. MAXWELL
: r Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent. of Schools-E. Y. Watts Leave Sparr's........................ 9.00 9.45 General ,
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Superintendent
: J! : .... :' : in October. Crawfordville. Leave Orange Lake................. 9.15 10.08 ,
.. I1: : :: FOURTH CIRCUIT County Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer-W.. W. Walker Craw Leave Lochloosa.............. ..... 9.37 10.45 Fernandina, Fla.
r ,
k c ; Spring Term- Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville., Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.55 11.15
1 r -. ,' St. Johns 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal A. McAlpin, New Troy. Collector of Ret'enue-R:McMillan Craw Leave Dixie.........................10.12 11.35
I .,; Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Superintendent of SchOOls-J.C.RamseyNew fordville. A.DI. W TIIE NEW STORE.

:.' j Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker Craw Arrive Waldo... ..... ............10.36 12.15
: .. : : ,,' Baker, 2d Tuesday in April County Treasurer! -J. M. N. Peacock, New ,
fordville. :B {! W. F. WOOD Jr. SC
; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. j3 Day Passenger daily except Sunday; ,
i'
f in Collector of Revenue-Adelbert S. Night Passenger daily.F. .
'.'j. Duval, 1st Tuesday May. Ackley,
I +.. 'r---,:" Fall Term- Old Town. Professional and Business Cards.E. > {j Proprietor, E
' >.1?;',.j.'_'t, St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, i
::, ; : ;>: Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. New Troy. & J. SHORT LINE DIVISION. iI I

!. CK Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. LEROY JONES, M.D., (FERNANDINA TO JACKSONVILLE.) c) C> f

:, "' Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge -Win. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. GOING SOUTH.
I :; -I- ;' :'. Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Leave Fernandina... 9.50 a. m. 6.00 p. m. -r- a:

l; : Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Leave Hart's Road..10.30 a. m. 6.29 p. m.
,
; Fourth St., between Centre and Alachua
: Superintendent of Schools-Henry N.Felkel Arrive c
; \ :.. FIFTH CIRCUIT. Jacksonville.11.35. m. 7.20 p. m.
,t.' :\? Spring Term- Tallahassee. GOING s S
NORTH.
,1 : : Sumter 3d Monday in March. 7reasurer-J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. ,FERNANDINA, FLA.
\. Leave Jacksonville.. 7.30 a. m. 3.15 m.
i AND
.-. Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla Leave Hart's Road... 8.21a.m. p. .
. : ::)I Putnam 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in hassee. Calls answered promptly' day or night,and Fernandina.. 8.50a.m. 5.00 3.45p.m.Arrive S SJI
i ': ,'.' March. Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee. Medicine furnished without extra charge. 3f Trains p. in.
0 ., Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday inS Office hours :-a. m. until 8 ; p. m. 1 to 2 ./ daily except Sunday.
( March. LEVY COUNTY. and 7 to 8. 22 ly* SUNDAY EXCURSION. -: : :IFernandina :
x
,..' ,. l' t1 I Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Leave Jacksonville.................... 9.00p.m.
.; f .:.-.' March. Sheriff J. S. Parker, Bronson. DR. W. E. SNYDER, Arrive Fernandina.....................10.25 a. m.
: ; Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-Louis Appell Bronson. H r Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. <> CC >

\ Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Collector of. Revenue-. B. Barco, Cedar l i 8PI Arrive Jacksonville.................... 6.25p.m.
.', .t .* "". Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. (0)H J) f y z g > -j{ }t :]EJ

>' Putnam, 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- o
CONNECTIONS.AT .
w 1.. i Alachua Levy, 4th, 1st Tuesday Monday in after November.4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson. EIb t oF :::a {{ Cor. Centre & Third. } S
MADISON COUNTY.
November. fI = FERNANDINA, FLA.,

.. ..f. SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-H. M. Witherspoon, Madi- =0 s: With New York and Fernandina Steam- J59-THE NEW STORE.'t

.J. j Spring Term- son. R: \, ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and -
: 4th in Sheriff S. A. Parrimore, Madison. .-
: Orange, Monday January. for New York on Thursday.
Volusia, 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison With Sea Island Route from and to Savannah WOKS AND STATIONERY.IIORA.CE

t- Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Madison.Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, W. K. BAUKNIGI1T, and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT .
Dade, 3d Monday in April. -
-. Fall Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. AGENT, CALLAHAN.To DREW
: ; ', Orange, 2d Monday in August.. Collector of RetenueB. D. Wordsend, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL and from Savannah and Charleston,

Volusia, 2d Monday in September. Madison. BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER and all points North and West, daily.. Stationer,
I Brevard. 4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Thompson, Mad ANDDealer AT B.LDWL"FLA.., Bookseller and Binder.
Printer
2d Monday in November., ison. in Ice To and from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
,
'. .. .'{ .;-< MANATEE COUNTY. TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY, and all points South, West, and Northwest,

I County Officers.ALACHUA. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, :Manatee. BROOM STREET WHARF, daily. School Books and Orange Wraps
: ':. < Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee. AT HAWTHORNE,
1 .' S/teriff-A. Watson, Pine Level. 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. To and from Palatka daily except Sunday.AT .
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- :NOW A SPECIALITY.
-, : I nIle.J' Assessor of Taxes W. P. Parish, ;Braden- WILDWOOD.
JAMES McGIFFIX
Clerk--J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. town. With Stage.Line to and from Brooksvilleand
1 Sheriff S. C. Tucker, Arredondo. .. Collector of Revenue-Clarion G. Carlton, AND BUILDER and
I Popash. CONTRACTOR Tampa daily except Sunday.AT JE3- Liberal discounts to Teachers
Assessor of Taxes-S. II. Wienges Gaines
: ,
,
Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward CEDAR KEY, FLA., free oa
Trade.
ville. and
; : Special prices Catalogue
{ t Alachua Street between Second and Third
Pine Level. With
Collector of RCIrnue-H.C. Denton, Gaines. Morgan's Line Steamships for Key
1't -' West and Havana, Saturday for New application.. .
ville. __ 0 MARION COUNTY.:' FERNANDINA, FLA. every ; .

E'' Superintendent! ,of Schools: .W.: NrJSheats' ,' ,, County Judge-Samuel F. Marshall;Ocala. Orders and estimates from a distance care- Havana Orleans every Friday ; 'from Key West and ; 59...W BAY STREETJ.cK80XVILLE.,
Gainesville. -3->* "* every Friday from New Orleans .
\; : Clerk Robert '
Bullock Ocala. .
: ',. .. fully attended to. :;, 'i25-tf every(Saturday. ; :! FW:
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f THE ,FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL 10., -1884MOSTICBI.W ; r '" '. .' '-_ .

..
JEFFERSON GROCERIES ..
AND PROVISIONS.'I .
rICUCIL FINE
tom
LCOUNTY.. JFi1' '

) April 15.-W.M. Gi.1rdeal1st"uck : ,..........,.......................-........................$ : ,; ..: .J t:''''.: _-d ... ::. ;;{:, .,.._: ,: ",_, DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.
..
farm. just: south of Monticello, is: ," .' ") ". '.M-J.- : ', ::;tY.:;;/t ,'\-t-,

.:booI\1in." lIe has 165 acres planted in I :.', : iri: :.,-- .< ; ,;:_?/.,.. <_ : "'_ '. :i MILLINERY i .I ,. r"I ,,,,:>:-": r' yciaS. des4' _I'Y'" "'- ;"rJr,' .,::'ah it..',f.-' :EST.A.DLISI-IED 1875.
..f" (,,..";; ,. '.
; : : -
111 lops a twelve-acre and field in potatoes devoted, four .-: ., "' '.",'\01''.',,7'-".f-":--"" :";".\; &,<.:.''''.'''r..i",-. ; :" ............................................................fit "I ,.''.,."-- ,,,',,,,,)f.1; .1 ,},,..'>,-.""h"'ifi.4:: .-' :7.':.' ,_'.' ""/!:.'.:t.'J.! .. -_.
acres ill cabbage, twenty acres ..: :' : .; :: '.. ,.. ." :, ,,:.',' {.-'..., '.;; -, ". .
..
.
.,,
beans, beets, tomatoes egg plants, : > : : .a ,'tJ1; :<:> 'i..:, ";p} p." r-t ',-JI"J. ;:; DRUGS and MEDICINESHORSEY
.
-ATKIWSBAZAR- .
0 peas : -..,:,:' .,
r
:< 't.
;
etc. He has planted potatoes for market for I. ". ._.' ,._. :'. .. J : .:?-W'h.,. ""' "' ,."<,. ,
ten vears past, and is one of the few '." ;. '? } : : ;- '
1 1 or ; J
fC2'f':1.f: ::: \ "
: ; '
his last : : :
S on year's
e
who made money crop. : : .. .. : 1.,,
; '
Ue gathered as high as sixty barrels per acre 1' f : jHtt: r" &' ; & CO.
; :,, < ,
and expects to get one hundred -:
3.j 3\?
I : ,.J :: : : ; \
f
From the : 'v'; : : .
Srrek per acre this year. appear- '. '. ..r. ( ,; .., HATS BONNETS : ., -,;" .
f RIBBONS
ant e of his crop now there is no reason to -. ,. ; ';' ":: ,..,:;':.:,'';''. 'f -;:. .
lie\'e he will fall short of one hundred =I PHARMACISTS 1 J.
His winter cabbages were all killed = :
barrels. FEATHERS, LACE FLOWERS.A *
His 'lJ2f
cold in January. present : .
: !<-
the severe ) ?
.
11' was planted from the seed since that ..,"""';-'I-r:1'rV"1 \" ?'r"" : ,; i,,, :

crop time, and, though transplanted .l less than Full Line of Elegant Lace and Mail Fichus, -< .;. ''' 'i".,,:.;;:. ,\,,,, .;. .c.,,. Centre Street.ERNANDINAFLORIDA.
weeks W by high fertilizing and
Super cultivation, he now has his cabbages CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS, c,
P finely and will soon have any : } : :; ,

ISltttv in market. His smaller truck is WH tB AtB AND RBTAIt. Linen Collars and Kid Gloves 'Ei',' : :'; t '- i'". "V .x* '
fook well and will pay him handsomely. KEEP constantly on hand a fine assort-
l ing ,
removing his vegetable crop in May of FRESH and PURE FOR-
11;Vfler plants( a crop of cotton on the same land, HO All of the Latest Styles. ;.: : EIGN and DOMESTIC::\

and
acre, thus the realizing same land two annually.very profitable He crops has po o FANS, PARASOLS, CORSETS, ,..",;',"" "' ... ::" Drugs and Chemicals,

,
from .
) ( ,
demonstrated the fact that truck farming tr -; : "-

can bc made to par well in Middle Florida. I ; Hoop Skirts and Ladies' Underwear. .. I' -, .TW....,.,. .... Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines,

-Sec, in Tinu'UUWII. .h; -

TESTIS SEEDS. 2 A. B. NO YES + Proprietary and Fancy Goods,
ji-F +t+++I 4SUMMER : It II +- i
!
;.c
Before garden or field seeds are sown in C* CD FINE TOILET ARTICLES
,
quantities it is a good plan to test them. -DEALER IN- GAMES.

'lily will often be found to be worthless or =. -4 I ; ,,4-
only partially good,and much time and vexation c1T } PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,

may be saved by testing before the H Family Supplies Florida Lands.
ntingis done. To test seeds, do not plant cDH Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats, IX GREAT VARIETY.
them Not infrequently the conditions of

the soil and its temperature prevent good HEAVY GROCERIES, :MARBLES: KITES, ETC.
seeds from germinating; and this is especially .i MP I
true when they arc put in boxes in the ) -ALSO- Physicians' Prescriptions

Without a greenhouse or hot bed a The Peninsular _., .
house. I carefully compounded with
Hay and Grain Grass pure Drugs, at
Hammocks and
Large
regular temperature and an even amount of + GO Express Wagons. ,
moisture cannot easily be secured. A good o I CDCD reasonable prices.

i)Ian is to place seeds between damp piecesof ANDJTropical
flannel, and keep them as nearly uniform SHIP STORES,' 0 \ KING'S BAZAR,
in temperature as possible. The seeds can Hfc

be examined any number of times, and the G Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts., Fernandina.O. -=] Florida
process is cleanly and convenient. If seeds W Furniture, t +
were, tested, much vexation and doubt in

many ways might be spared. It might oftenbe Stoves I W. RAILROAD COMPARES
,
found that ,good seeds fail to germinatewhen I I I S. CAKES ,"

planted discovered out, and the causes of the Paints, ?OB of$ ENDALL'S
failure
O Crockery, y CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE

IlOJV TO KEEP CUT FLOWERS. 00. COUNTIES OFIMLAJRIOICT
And Manufacturer ,
Cut flowers in'a es should have a fresh 00 Ilardivnrc, of THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY

supply\ of water every morning ; the dead .. discovered, as it is certain in its
buds and decayed leaves should be taken Willow-Ware. So FLOORING, CEILING, :MOLDINGS, ALACHU effects and does not blister. READ PROOF
away and the ends of the stalks cut off. All BELO\v.
i the leave*: should be removed from that part w1 = FANCY SCROLL SAWING,

oftijuitalk! that is:: in the vase. When the PUTNAM,
flowers begin to hang the head and show a )H( Mr. BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, Saved Him $1,800.00.ADAMS .
general!aspect of languidness,cut off the endsof
the stalk with knife and them 0H 5 N. Y., January 30,1882.
a sharp put NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:
about two inches in
deep warm water for a '
-
w GENTS-Having used a good deal of
feu- minutes; the water should not be act- your
STJIMITJBIR::
O y AJSrDHERNANDO Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. I
ually scalding, but hold STAIR and CHURCH WORK
as warm as you can I a SPECIALTY.

will your make hand its in way without through pain the; cells the of moisture whichthe < rim i : aa Lovaa tno towoat P N done thought for I me.would Two let years you ago know I had what as speedy it has

Elevations and a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson
Floor Plans
stem is composed, and if they be taken with estimates county.
from the warm and immediately replaced furnished at reasonable rates. When I was breaking; him he kicked over

in fresh! cold water the flowers will reviveand & Orders by mail attended AT PRICES FROM the cross-bar and got fast and tore one Of his
promptly to. hind all to
legs pieces. I employed the best
live for
yet hours
according to their some kind.days They or should longer not Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina: Fla. 5 farriers but they all said he was spoiled.
He had a, very large thorough-pin, and I
be exposed to a hot sun.
.
: $1.25 to $10 Acre.All used two bottles of Kendall's
GOOD NEWS for NORTH.BOUND per your Spavin 1
*!"'*, ., ,' ;! Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and
WE FIND in a German paper a formula for 0' : .. ,". .;. TRAVELERS he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have
a wash which can be applied to lime walls ,,,., I.,' used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, and
and afterwards become waterproof so as to "I, ,.- New these lands are in the central it has always cured completely and left the
bear washing. Resenschekof Munich mixes 1.; ,'. Montgomery RouteVIA leg smooth.It .

together the powder from three parts sili- -,,-- ."" .,, peninsular portion of the State, an It is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.
dous rock (quartz), three parts broken marble !> I have recommended it to a good man"yand
sandstone, also two parts of burned .,..:.;. GEORGIA & FLORIDA KLAID STEAMBOAT CO. within fifteen miles of Railroads in i they all say it does the work. I was in With-
\ porcelain clay, with two parts freshly I slaked .'- i f't.L: :' : erington tfcKneeland's drug store in Adams,
lime, still warm. In this way a wash is successful operation, traversing a ter the other day, and saw a very fine picture

wade which forms a silicate if often wetted, : .. ; A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE you sent them. I tried to buy it, but could .
and becomes after a time almost like stone. > '. ':'.:;' ', BETWEEN ritory which is being more rapidly not; they said if I would write to you that

The constituents mixed together give settled and than you would send me one. I wish you would,
; other
the FLORIDA developed
ground color AND SAVANNAH.
to which any pigment that I any and I will do you all the good I can.
can be used with lime is added. It is applied -- part of the State. Very respectfully E. S. LYMAN.
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quite thickly to the wall or other sur- The Steamer St. Nicholas

fu'c.let dry one day, and the next day frequently A B. NOYES, The fertility of the soil and accessibilitY
covered with water, which mikes it (Successor to W. A. SANBORN) Kendall's Spavin Cure.
waterproof. This wash can be cleansed with AJy to the largest and best markets
water; without losing any of its color : on I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in t :l _"' '', p P- lb .

the contrary each time -it gets harder, so I GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, fi irtetfU waLgfet t make these lands particularly desira OX IIU3IAN FLKSH.VEVAY .
that it
I can even be brushed, while Its po- ,, h... JXD., August 12,1881.Dr. .
_
rosity makes it look soft. The wash or calcimine CIoICEVINEs AND LIQUORS, HAY, GRAIN, ble for the cultivation of fruits and B. J. Kendall (CO Co.:

can be used for ordinary purposes as Corner of Second and Centre Streets GENTS-Sample of circulars received-
fresco veil as for the finest painting. A so-called Steamboat Landing, near FERNANDINA EVERY :MON- early vegetables for shipment. For day. Please send me some with my imprint,
surface LEAVES
can be prepared with. it in the and Friday! mornings, I printed on one side only. The Kenda;l's
dry way.TUE FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. large l and immediate profits there i is
on arrival of trains from JACKSONVILLE, Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,

English Mechanic- : Although- Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. CEDAR KEY and WILDWOOD, at 9.30, no industry in Florida equal to the and not only for animals but for human
the avcragespeed of the trains says in the United Evans. Special rates Merchandise:: in arriving at ::\Montgomery G.30 p. m.; con- ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the.

Mates is twenty per cent below the mean I large quantities. necting there with the City t Suburban Rail- raising of early vegetables for Northern leading farmers in our county, sprained an
speed of trains in this country all Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- way for SAVANNAH, arriving at 7.10. ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
considered, the service controlled by things the ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE-the Leave SAVANNAH every Tuesday,Thurs markets. remedy for horses,tried it on himself and it
American engineers best in the world. day and Saturday mornings, arriving Per did far better than he had expected; cured

with any, in the world.compares The American favorably Agent for B.F. AVERY'S CELEBRATED nandina at 6.00 p.m.; connecting with trains For new and descriptive circular, the sprain in very short order.

ranneera at first copied English builders, PLOWS for Jacksonville, Cedar Key and Wildwood Yours respectfully, C. O. THIEBAND.Price .
ami made locomotives with single drivers Local Agent for BANK OF JACKSON- address $1 per bottle, or G bottles for $5. All
; --
but, as is their wont, they quickly made VILLE. 33 CHAS. W. LEWIS, druggists have it or can get it for yon, or it
improvements, and we are not disposed to The Steamer David Clark will be sent to any address on receipt of

pute that the American locomotive of today PROCLAMATION.EXECUTIVE Will leave Fernandina Land Commissioner, price by the Proprietors, DR. B. J. KENDALL -
is one of the every Tuesday and & CO.. Enosburgh Falls Vt.
most
ttanwni perfect pieces of me- Friday evening, touching at Brunswick and Fernandina Fla.
wroughtout Send for Illustrated Circular.
by the hand and mind Darien
of arriving at Savannah the following
man. OFFICE, } morning.Leave Or.T. M. RIKARDS, Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS.

ONE often TALLAHASSEE, FLA., March 17,1884. Savannah :Monday: and Thurs
finds that fancy bouquets wilt every Ocala, Florida. 38
Speedily I day evening, Fernandina -
although kept in arriving at the following
This constantly water. Proclamation by the Governor. .
'r due to the fact that gardeners make day.Through
items for the flowers tickets sold to New York, Phila .
out of
.
noweni sticks. To keep : .: "<; ,,
fresh proceeds thus : To clean sand $200.00. delphia, Boston, and Baltimore.For .
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add a liberal tickets and state-rooms toW. :'.< i ?'-) : j
supply of powdered charcoal. apply MUNN & CO.,of the ScrENTmc MERICA.'If. continue -
fill It the vase with this and imbed .' B. TUCKER, Agent, -. ,: ,'t r, ', to act as Solicitors for Patents Caveat Trade
the bou- Marks: ,
Granada
for
: the United States .
1" i ill t. Then water occasionally. The To All Whom These Presents May Come, Office foot of Centre Street, ., :>ti :. England, France,Germany etc. Hand Book about
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:"renal retains Fernandina. Fla. Patents sent free. Thirty-seven years'experience.
moisture, and be Greeting "
plants can : "
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Patents obtained through
". r. ; MUNN&CO.are noticed
JJ.liT[ any days fresh in it. If the fiow- WHEREAS, It has come to my knowledgethat J. A. -ERCIER, In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN the largest best,and
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be kept in shallow dishes, the same Sam Bryant and Wm. Bryant are under General Passenger Agent.J. .--:' ? ,' ; 1 most widely circulated scientific paper. $3.20 a year.
material "Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting In-
N. .
IIARRIMAN
'Ion may be used. To prevent eva ora- indictment for murder, in Nassau County, Manager.OFFICES' : t .: : ,,' formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific American -
and !" "
to add to the looks of the dish Florida sent free. Address MUNN&CO., SCIENTIFIC
'I'Ver' the and with sphagnum, ,. ; Now, TIlEREFORE"I.'VILLJAI Corner Bay and Ocean'Sts.,Jacksonville, Fla. ., .. AMERICAN Office,261 Broadway, New Yon: .
hypnumor "
lither Bull and "; .:
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muss Congress Streets. -,.Savannah, Ga r
::\ D. BLOXHAM:: '
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tT CY COT Governor of the State of Florida, by 'virtue Notice. : ; PATENTS obtained for new inventions
L T.\. G E of the and ; or for improvements in old
authority vested in '
power me by All holders of the 8 cent. Freeland j : ; .(;; Caveats Trade-Marks
the Constitution and laws of said State do pe ( )) .. ; :., ; r: ones. Infringements,
Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, hereby offer a reward of Bonds of the Florida Railroad Company are : ., '> ".':: I ...4" .\,3.: 'Y .,' and all patent business promptly attended I
hereby notified to meet at my office in the : .c*. r ," to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN
J.'EUXAXDIX.\, FLORIDA. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS city of Fernandina, on Thursday, May 1st, !_' .< .-:/ ,' 5 REJECTED may still, in most cases, be pat-
Offers for the arrest and conviction of Sam ;Bryant; 1884, for the purpose of determining what i ented by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat- .

\\lthot1t.i 1 pleasant roo.i's. well furnished,with and I do further offer a reward of disposition shall be made of the remaining 'i :: >2::::? : ent Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS -
rcolllnlOdatt'd boardTable Boarders will be ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor lands held by me for the benefit of the > :,, ; EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat- "
; also transient. Bonds still outstanding, and to provide for ents in less time than those who are remote <;. .-
:! the arrest and conviction of Wm.
Miss LUCY THOMPSON.0rangc Bryant. accrued expenses on same. from Washington. : -:i
'-- IN TESTiMoxr WHEREOF, I have hereunto tf. ,f. A. WILLIAMS, Trustee. :: ? When Inventors send model or sketch, "; :"
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'f.
raluabl Lands for Sale. set my hand and caused the Great Fernandina, Fla., March 29, 1884. .1,lt'f. we make search in the Patent Office and .:.
tlmSficntainhjS twentncres Seal of the State to be affixed, at Tal- ;. advise as to its patentability free of charge, '
; 1 h 1 bammock each of lahassee, the Capitol, this seventeenth ; Correspondence confidential ; fees reason-
: /TRS. DR. W3I. BAKER'S
:suitable] rs land on Orange Lake day of :March:\ A. D. 1881. .
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.ill.IAGKETIC able; and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT -
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farm no W trered for sale. These lands W.,D. BLOXHAM!, Governor. LINIMENT l'; : ,:",. .> -/; I>. IS OBTAINED. ;

:tern COn\'elliently situated for No humbug. A sure cure for Rheuma- '. -;;'.,.:'.-,'; '7' '. '. -: ': We refer by permission to the City Postmaster :
hy Water or rail tl'.lllsportJ'II1. DESCRIPTION: tism, Neuralgia, De.afnessalarial:: Fever, : : .; ;..;. "" .: .,.' ;:;"" ,." and to the Superintendent of the
and
till' i: tn purchasers., will be sold on Colored; Sam about 21 years old,and Wil Nervousness, Chills and Fever, Catarrh, .'.-, .{.! Post.Officeoney:: Order Division in WashV. .
."' MiltAI; w valuable Titles are unquesirA'tiHii. liam about 23 years old ; height, about 5 feet Quinsy, Diphtheria etc. Price, two dollars ": ;.. "' ington. For special references circular,ser .

: ; 1t.8. G- R. FAIRBANKS timber lands. in 9 inches ; weight about 150 pounds and der bottle. For sale at 184 Duffield street, ; : : :;h ::. vice, terms, etc., addressC.

1 d1rlllT16., ]882. Fernandina/Phi.- brothers. jjrooklyn, N. Y., and at Horsey & Co's drug '. ':'; 5i5545: ,. 1:',,:,.. A. SNOW & CO.,
Tallahassee, Fla., :March: 18, 188!. 4w' store.. Address Box 176, Fernandina, Fla. .,,, : Opp.Patent Office ""ashiD ton.J'O. 2t
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. 1 I Easter Services at St. Peter's Church. The City Council. Range of Thermometer : ;: .:,r.'"7,

: Easter services held in the 'I !';: : 't.'i. ; :'i:' '.' ; ,
w were new The first of the FOB. THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, APRIL 19, u
I regular meeting new City ,. : ; : { ..
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nOBSEY's: DUCO STORE. ,
r Episcopal Church last Sunday morning. Council was held on Wednesday eveninglast. : ""'::- ;-.- .. "''''''. .' rt3ra4 '.J. -." .
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}I. j.OO.A YEAR; $7.00YZ2 SIX MONTHS This congregation has made a very strong Present: ,G. F. Avery, President, and. 1 M .:-.' : ,",., c

and earnest effort to open their new church I 151 I Wind .: .. "
Aldermen Robinson 1:3 :
l r f Reflection Hoyt, King Kelly, r c. F .
for regular services at this Easter and great :I : = ',:. ,
*t Austin Dorsey and McGiffin.. : :: ::" j .

.l 'k The Egmont Hotel will close about the satisfaction was felt that these efforts were After the reading of-'the minutes of the SaturdayApril'12' 0.1' 72 I r"1 I'69 f N. 'V: ," !: ".;-:.'

: J; crowned with success. Sunday .............. 00 i'3 72 70 1V. : ', '
'...:.;. 1st of May next. The interior of the structure previous meeting.; 'tl.ie President announced. M onday ?..........14 88 .4 73 71 IN.E. i rt;:{ ., ,';" f .

., Hon. Columbus Drew, State Agent of Immigration virtually the following standing' Committees : ............ 07 75 f 74 72 S. E. .'t' 'f'. -'- '.
y completed, but the seats and furniture re- On Laws Ordinances and Wednesday........16 63 i 76 -
i. was in the city Wednesday Finances ; / 74 71: 8. W. ,: r, .. '. : \:
main to be put in."r ork is progressing on and Thursday..17 f 63 77 70 74 S. };. "
Rules ; Taxes and Licenses ; Printing : .. .
:'::4: I last..The the tower, which will be raised to the eleva- M essrs. Hoyt, :McGiffin and Robinson.On Friday...............18.68 r 77 I 75 74 --S. Eo :', : :".'. t: f j .

.,.T.' first installment. of brick for the Mode tion where the spire commences and will Streets and Public -- :..' .+ r ";" -:(.>;; 'f',,'
Improvements -- '"---
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''i; Bros arrived in this city from Macon on then be roofed over for the present. The ; "., :., "'' ';, .
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,.. ... Work MAlllXE.Port .
.. Sanitary ; Lumps and Lighting Streets ; .,: "
.J. :Y Wednesday I last, south porch will be soon erected, which -
.; City Property and Scavenger Service :-
: ;: Mr. Funke will commence on Monday will complete the main building. Several I Messrs. of Fernandina.
and
Kelly
Hoyt_ King. I
; next moving into his new store on Centre very handsome memorial windows ha'e't On Fire Department Police Messrs. HIGH WATER. ;,:'" :' ; '4 :. ..

,. ...:,:.Jo:: : street next door to Mr. Stark's. been placed in position recently, and several Austin and Saturday: April 19...... 2:04 A.M. 2:35 P. Y ADD. SIZES; -j.
Kelly .
Dorcey.On u It .. ,"
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Sunday, : 3:02( 3:36 "
'' :' ; As will be seen by the notice of the Board others have been provided for, among Wharves and Slips ; Cemetery ; and Monday, 21..... 4:03: .' 4:30" r'j' '.. ... .'. ', ) :

r<, : of Health elsewhere, the quarantine regulations others the window generously provided for :Poor:-Messrs. Robinson, McGiffin and Tuesday, 22...... 5:02" 5:37 h '. ,". : ':- .

t' : go into effect on the 1st of May. .b y Dr. J. B. Upham, of Boston, as a King. Wednesday, 23..... 6:02" 6:33: .'.,- ;,.;- ';: .\ ; : < "

memorial to Drs. Herndon and Wellford.A Thursday, 24..... 6:57": 7:27: '; : '
ti; At the risk of being sued for libel we The bills of inspectors of election and the Friday, 25..... 7:51" 8W" 4 _; ; ti1;, .' '" ; <

fir', mention the fact that the work of erecting a very handsome rose window will be special police on election day were ordered .",/ .; .>i .' :,L' '. ,
:; placed in the west gable by Mr. Ferguson .. .. ': .
:, brick block upon the site of the old City paid; ENTERED. ',::. ':' ,\< ) ; .}
of ; ;a rr Sy
Pa. i +
.' ;;; Mart" has begun. Pittsburgh, A communication. C. V. Hillyer, relating April 12-S. P. St. Nicholas, Usina, 8a..annah F '
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: The music at Easter was very finely ren- ; with freight and passengers ,, :
;} to buckets used at the late1 fire which : ; \\i. : .
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; ; Mr. R. G. :McQuitty, merchant tatikur, has.r" dered by. the choir, and >added much to the to W. B.fucker agent. "" ''''., '(,1.- _.:), :. :'; ,
removed his place of business to the Swann 'he.wanted the city'fb purchase. was referred 14-S': S. State of Texas, Risk, 1,5.43tons .') ",,,, ,'":''!t
beauty cf the Easter!:! services. A solo'duringthe to the'Coniniitto, New' York '.' ,"r ,
; concrete block the building ,,) Fir :Department.The ; freight and *- .:
adjoining Duryee If*
b of this > R. ,
"" offertory ) a gentleman city r passengers to Southwick, '
Special.Committee to whom was referred !! :
- ...; at the foot Centre street. agent. <
1 was particularly fine and very much admired. the matter.of salary for city officers, 51-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina
;ti ..t. The ball programmes printed at the The rectory the Rev. Mr. Thackara, recommended the Savannah ,
1 following amounts for the ; with freight and pas-
,' :'' : MIBBOE office for the entertainment of the officiated, and preached an admirable sermon various officials. sengers, to W. Tucker, agent.

1,;: Roller Skating Club, on Monday evening appropriate to the occasion. A very :Mayor : $400 per annum, without fees 15-S. P. David Clark Daniels, Savan- ..

; last, were very handsome and elaborate.T. large attendance filled the church. nah ; with freight and pas-
j City Clerk : $300 per annum. sengers, to W. Tucker, agent. I Wr'atera 'Coolers

J : "". Roby Esq., auditor of the Florida The Last of the Season. City Marshal\ : $500 per annum without ., 15-Schr. Florence Leland Adams, i

i- : Railway &; Navigation Company, andVal- New York ; "ballast to master. i
The last carnival and)hop of the 15-Schr. David W.
season fees.City Hunt Baker '
:I. ter G. Coleman
I : general traveling agent of given by the Fernandina Roller Skating Treasurer. : $150. per annum. Boothly ; ice, to W. K. Bauk- 'I
; the same systemxere' in the city this City Tax Collector : The same rate of percentage night.
I Club came offon last. Un-
Monday evening
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week. 15-Schr. Anita, Small Philadelph
on collections made as now established I
usual efforts had been made by the club to ballast to master.' -du
.\.: 1ft. Ferguson a guest of the Egmont by State law for the county, viz : On ". .
make this the most brilliant affair of the series 15-Schr. Frank :\McGear
t. the first $1,000 collected 10 percent on the sharp,". ,...", .",: r': -- '
t Hotel, has left at the MIBBOB office a small ; Philadelphia ; car w' ,
under its this winter and ,
I given auspices F.R.&N.Co.J slsf to .': :""", -: ,"'., :,j l'l ; .
porte-monnaie containing a' small amount next $2,000, 5 per 1. cent; on the next $4,000, "
r'f the result proved in every way most satisfactory balance 16-S. Pr. Haulover, r :,.,\\; ; /;:: :' ': ;
the '
l' ': of money, which the owner can obtain by to the managers. About two hun- 3 per cent ; on ; .1 per-cent. York ; ballast t ...islrer Jsevr :',; ..-,. :".::-t\'D-: ,:. ,
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[ City Assessor : $50. .. t : 'i' "'' .
: this office. Nichol > ,
Z. applying to dred of the eliteparticipafedintheentertainment { .I 17-S. P. St. V'stcr- S." ..= ,;.J'

.f' The Mallory steamship San Antonio ar- As previously announced the floor, Police Officer;jr$35 per month. nah ; with. /freight*: JTs> and. Savanseltgerstr : pas-- :" "" ': J.i: >;,r,0", ,0",0"I
!' The collector furnish bond
aiul.treasurer.to <
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.: 'rived'in New York early Monday 1 morning was given up to the skaters, who appeared ; u 17-,Amelia. P:' W: B. Tucker, agent.adclp' .
in the sum of $20p each ,the city. clerk, schmiclt
Plulu
this week with the vegetable shipments in in mask, until 9} o'clock; Although quite a ; ... ; Pashley, -
$500 ; the marshal, $?00. iy-Schr. r .113: ballast to master.
1 .: fine condition. The vegetables arrived in number enjo'etl'the exhilarating influenceof v"J.'C.. Evans Endicott., New

1 time for Monday morning's market. this healthful exercise, the main interestof The majority ofJhe Committee was also in .ork; general cargo, to A. B.
favor of abolishing the Old Town police. n :Noyes and others. .
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the centered in the which -
':. The steamship State of Texas, of the Mallory assembly hop cfchr. B. C. Terry. Moore Philadelphia
of the Committee
The t
report was adopted,
; 'j Line, left for New York on Thursday w'as to follow the skating carnival. Precisely general to C.u .
; freight, f Cream
of the of the
with the exception salary freezers
police
: evening, last with 85 passengers and the following at the hour the signal fpr unmasking was H. Huot. I
y .;' force, the consideration of which was 15--S. P. David Clark, Daniels Savannah
t : 1,089 packages vegetables,375 given and to the strains of "Life's a Dream"the'
{ : cargo
postponed until the next meeting. ; with freight and passengers
: '. barrels rosin 64 barrels turpentine couples took their stations and
; spirits
Alderman offered the to W. B. Tucker,agent.
King following re!? ;
the floor was soon occupied by a A I
L, 327 cases cedar 380 logs cedar, 100 barrels merry '
which CLEARED.
'i. :!.: syrup,' DO cans shrimps, 100 packages merchandise crowd of young people who gave themselves lution That was the adopted matter: of April 14-S. P. St Nicholas Usina Savan-' '.! ,
Resolved t ,
to the full enjoyment of the dance until .rell..d\\ 'the .,.. ,
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: berries 1 horse.Fernandina's up
4 refrigerators nah with
:: police force be referred to His ; freight and pas
'i .Confederate late hour. The toilets of the ]ladies were Mayor and! he be requestedto t, :hm\Uni.fl1ill.or "the sengers, by W. B.Tucker agent. .
to the
subscription C4 '
; 01 ate R
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r .' very tasty while many of the gentlemen ap-: Council the advisability (\fth. 15-S. P. David Clark, Daniels, Savannah ;. ,

.:;; ,; Home Fund have come in very handsomely peared in full evening dress. The following..resol'uefonAlderman step. with freight and passengers ;':':). ..-. -. "..,, '.
\; and believe citizens I by W. B. Tucker "" -J '
we our generally agent. \.T .
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The music for the occasion was furnishedby Kelly was also a(1OI: : j 15-Schr. Fannie E. Wolston, Marr : ": ...' '
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a !: will consider it a privilege and pleasure ,
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the Egmont Hotel Orchestra and was Unquestionably Resolved That. the Cily 6vvlncil New York ; lumber J. C. Read.
j" be enrolled its subscribers. We appoint a L "
to
among competent r 17-S. S. State of Texas Risk
ti the best ever furnished to any .l'Sn to inspect the flues of 1,542tons
,,",. "- learn that it contemplated to have a for similar entertainment here dwellings dud kitchtttatftaid all other build New York ; with freight

1\ : mal organization to advance this meritoriousobject .. ings "At have fire-places, stoves or heaters and passengers, by ll.. W. South- ,

t :. and to arrange for a public entertainment The Circuit Court. I I witlJjn would: the find city limits;; and if said inspector t; 16-S. wick P. St.agent.Nicholas, Usina' Savannah -
: defective
'1" any flues or chimneys,
)': etc. The list will still be kept open The Spring Term of the Circuit Court, j j to report the owtters or occupants to the ; with freight and passengers -

'I,1;! : :' in THE MIRROR. Hon. J. M. Baker, Judge of the Fourth Judicial Mayor, who is requested to send the Marshal \ by W. B. Tucker agent.

,:."t.:.k We are reliably informed that one or Circuit presiding convened at tho same tp in notify forty-eight such hours parties otherwise to correct the 17-Schr.Philadelphia Lester A.; Lewis lumber, ,Warren C. H., FRED W. HOYT & CO'S.

?: more of the liquor saloons in our city violate Court House on Tuesday last. Will be dealt with in accordance with they the Huot.

.f 1 t;' the laws in reference to selling liquorson A number of civil cases were continued ordinance providing for such cases. The 17-Amelia P. Schmidt, Pashley !
Philadelphia lumber Mizeli & I
Sundays. If the police will take a stand i The following cases were disposed of : salary of such inspector not to exceed $2.50 Bro. ; ,

:;:j; ; near these places they will be able to verify Whiteman & Christopher Eager &:Murray per diem actual time of service. 18-S. P. St. Nicholas Usina, Savannah

: I :'t the charge if true. We hope our new Mayorwill assumpsit verdict for plaintiff with Upon motion of Alderman Hoyt, the ; with freight and passengers

1'\ Committee on Fire Department was re by W. B. Tucker, agent. .
; signalize his administration by a strict damages assessed at $1281.06. "
18-S. P. David Clark. Daniels Savan f
to make the
i '. enforcement of the city ordinances, and requiring Thomas D. Hawkins vs. A. B. Noyes, as: quested appointment of a nah ; with freight and pas

:. ''i policemen to do their duty under' sumpsit ; on motion of plaintiff's attorney suitable person as inspector for the ensuing sengers by W. B. Tucker agent. .:, :-...-' .

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; of dismissal. suit ordered. year.
penalty non was IN PORT. .
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The Marshal "
also
City was appointed as
.;. :, Considerable amusement was created at The State of Florida t.s. Lee Cathron, as Steam Propeller Haulover, Fisher. >::
sault with intent to murder verdict sanitary inspector.;! Bark Albert M. (Dan.* Veneon.
..J- the Skating Carnival on Monday evening ; guilty ,r
i ; last by the appearance of an old Irish apple-] The State of Florida vs.Amos Sams, break Upon motion --of Alderman Hoyt, the Schr. Florence Leland Adams. ..
.. Committee on Streets, Sanitary Work, etc., Schr. David \V. Hunt, Baker. ,. .J.1
;1 : woman, who vainly endeavored to disposeof ing and entering premises ; guilty. Schr. Anita,Small ';.''','

.:. ." t. her wares. The character was well sustained The State vs. Henry Young, larceny ; verdict was instructed to advertise for bids to do the Schr. W. McGear, Sharp. !:,.-;-,.. ,

,':' service of the various departments.Mr. Schr. B. C. ,' !,.
by Mrs. George F, Lewis who man guilty.In Terry, Moore. ( -.1.
Emil 0. Friend presented his bond as Schr. S. C. Evans. Endicott.
... ;. aged to withdraw from the hall unobserved the Eppes-Dewson-Suhrer case, the ,..
Clerk which Schr. Cephas Starrett, Lawrence.For. '
City referred
was to the
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before the signal for unmasking was given. Grand Jury brought in an indictment of : ':' :
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'I .' f. Another excellent representation was that murder against Mr. Eppes,and Mr. Dew- adjourned.Finance Committee, whereupon the board Rent ;. : : ::f

i : of Topsy by Mrs. R. W. Southwick. son as an accessory.Tl The store on Second street now occupied '

.. e Early Vegetable Season. Confederate Home Fund. by me and known as the New York
Shooting Affray. Store," with fixtures, etc. Desirable location.
A shooting affray occurred on Wednesday The recent rains and favorable weatherare The following subscriptions for the Horn Possession given by the middle of April. For Sale.A .

last on Centre street, in which bystander bringing the vegetable crop rapidly for of Confederate Veterans have been receivedto PAUL FUNKE. second-hand piano. Willbe sold cheap
r' ward. We observed several carloads date : Fernandina, Fla., March\ I, 1884.
composed
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1 and totally disinterested party, was shot i in if applied for soon. For further information

the foot. The of potatoes, squash, cabbage, etc., at Cash (unknown).................................$20.00 apply at the office or
.. .' principal parties in this affair the.Mallory steamship wharf on Thursday G. N. Sauss}..............,......................... 10.00 Summer Silks, THE MIBROB.
are Mr. Wm. MacWilliams, of Italia, and loaded the A. 0. MacDonell............................... 10.00 40 cents a yard at
evening being fine
'l Lee Cathron, a colored man residing in this on steamer F. W. Simmons............................... 10.00 J. & T. KYDD'S.
'i : city. Lee Cathron has been working State of Texas. With two more steamers i in Walter G. Coleman........ .................. 10.00 Notice To 'Contractors.

near the line they would do a very large business W. Thompson........... ................... 5.00 Neiv Goods. BIDS WILL JJE RECEIVED AT CITY
1 > I Italia for some time, and some six weeks in the transportation of early' vegetables. Mrs. M.M.Reid................................. 5.00 Large lines of new goods in office until April 23d for the

i ;\ ago, while under the influence of liquor, assaulted A Federal Soldier........?................... 5.00 every depart night and day scavenger work and the lightIng -
1 Mr. MacWilliams, who shot at him i, The shipper naturally desires to be certain 'V. J. Woodward.............................. 10.00 ment at J. &; T. KYDD'S. of street lamps for one year,commencing

:: iu self-defence the latter of his shipment reaching market, and fearahave Samuel A. Swann..........,..,.,., .,...,.,.? 15.00 May 1st 1884. Specifications for the guidance
r i ..'.:, as claims without that he may miss the weekly steamer and H. E. Dotterer....:.':..:......?.:.....'........... 15.00 For Sale of bidders can be seen at the clerks
.{ {injuring Cathron, however. On Wednesday G., B.'Lamar.... ..... : .. On Amelia Island 88 office. The City Council the right
i i his truck lie until the next ,7. ....:.. ............. 5.00 acres of good rich ham reserves
over week
I ... morning Cathron met Mr. :MacWilliams, Mode Bros.........:............................... 2.50 mock land, 'partly cleared, with I to reject any and all bids.

k; ; who came here in attendance on the Circuit and as he generally desires to ship oftenerthan Editor MIBBOB.......................,..........? 10.00 ments. For further improve P. KELLY,
once a week, he will naturally i if particulars apply to i Chairman on Streets and Sanitary 'V art.

i : j Court, on the streets here and again threatened obliged to ship by rail send all in that way. Total.........................................$132.50 MRS. E. R. SUIIRER. I( Fernandina, Fla., April 18,1884.I .
f him. Mr. MacWilliams invoked the

'.. J protection of the police, and Cathron was Hotel Arrivals. Married. .
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_-. taken home. At the.residence of the bride's father at

; -. Later in the day be again accosted Mtt Norman Merry, EGMONT.Edward Glesson and wife, Arredondo, on Wednesday; April 16th. by I i \i

t<, McWilliams, in a threatening manner who Wm Duryea, wife and two daughters, Wm the Rev. Mr. Shaw, Nat P. WHITNEY, off .
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.. called. policeman, stating that unless 1 he Adams, John Maloney, C B Tappan L '. Orange Lake, and Miss CARRIE YOUNG ,f" .5

,, should receive the protection of the authorities Rutherford, wife and maid, Mrs Dugal, W' daughter of .?....,.'": ra F.r a
Captain Young of :
Arredondo.
M and "
: Cooper wife. Master J W Cooper, S S TERMS
..' he should certainly kill Cathron. Cat Riker and wife, L K Bingham and wife, toCASH.

:' ron then went off and armed himself New York ; Laurence Haynes Walter G Notice of Removal. :: .

':. for at about five o'clock he appeared Coleman, T MacDonell, A W Owens, G I beg to inform my friends and customers ,
M H Fleming, T W Rob ', Warrick, Comm that I have removed
} nay place of business
: Centre street and
I again on seeing Mr.McWilliams .
upon bus Drew, Sr, Jacksonville: A :M Leach to the Swann concrete block near the foot $;
V''" who was walking on the sidewalk wife and son, Lyons, ;N Y; Lewis Diele, D of Centre street. Thankful for past favors, a ia erw:1

i 1 I l 1 :. ; he applied some vulgar epithet and J Gregory, Louisville Ky ; It B Hillyard. I hope to merit a continuance of the same. i. !,

I f -' ., fired athim with a revolver. The ball missed MNUsina, H C Usina, Savannah ; W H : R. GnMcQurrrr.:
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; 17ttJ4eda
f ,-," .' : McWilliams, but struck Mr. John A. Edwards Thomas and wife, Baltimore; J C Smith i; FemamlirraVlTia.April' lS',1884. ::::)
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Newark J Dr J 0
t ; ; Thompson Clyde
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I Clerk of the Circuit Court, who was Kan Chester !
; A Loomis :
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