Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1884
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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VOL. VI. FERNAtfDIFA, FLA., ,' SATURDAY. APRIL 26, 1884.1 'NO.2't.,

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STATE NEWS. their way toward and through the bases and THE MONTGOMERY SHORT LINE. boat
Company. These steamers will be used FAIR FERNANDIXA.
sides of mountains, cooling on the outer ,
in the line
new as freight transports and
Hamilton. surface in time, and leaving a circular crustor THE
COMPANY new and faster steamers will be added for the NOTEWORTHY
Geo.W. Haines, AssistantSuperintendent tunnel through which streams of water ADDITIONS TO EDITOR FAIRBANKS'LIBRARY
passenger making the trip between
SV.. R. R. assisted have followed and still ETC.FERNANDI.rA .
of the S. P. by flow, not rising againas A CONTROLLING INTEREST IN TIlE Montgomery and Fernandina seven hours

Messrs. Lcntze and Bache, have been survey- with'the Florida rivers to form a bridge SUBURBAN RAILWAY OF which, with the reduced schedule on the April 17, 1881.

in" the Okefinokec swamp.Ir.. Haines of the,earth beyond, nor coursing into the SAVANNAH. City and Suburban line, will greatly lessen Among the noticeable changes in this cityis

states that the source of the Su wan nee is not sea like some of our streams that rise not Shortly after the establishment, the new, the time between_ Fernandina and Savannah the new location of the MIRROR office in

where it was supposed, but that it rises near again, but rushing down into 'the great inland water route Florida. by way of and will accomplish the connections the first prominent brick building on the

Race Pond on the southeast:: side of theOke- i titantic realms, to course and do their myste- Montgomery about six weeks ago, negota- sought for in the purchase.-Savannah News. left as one leaves the depot. The change

fitiokce. The party went. into the' swampnear i rious work: unseen and conjectured for- tions were begun to secure. control of the i -- ---'---- and new appointments of the office indicatea

Fort Munge, making about eighteen ever. Sometimes the roof of these lava tubes City and Suburban Railway by parties inter- Florida Prawns. prosperity which the consistent and able

miles the first! day seventeen the second, falls in along its course near the abyss, and ested in the route. By the absorption of this course of the MIRROR well deserves.,

t\vtut\-three the third, and striking the regular thQ narrowed river i is: seen plunging and short line between Savannah and Monti DRIVING SHRIMPS OUT OK TIIE M.\RKET-cnE.\P- Independent of the connection of :Major

run of the river made about seventythree roaring and {striving to escape observation as gomery the united railwaylines of Florida_ ER AND LARGER. Fairbankswith the journal his literary zeal
,"Yes these from
the fourth day. The course taken has never it rushes to the "Plutonian shore." now known as the Florida' Railway &'Navigation the, shrimps prawns out of the market.Florida"arc a Ful-driving in the collection of Florida historical matter .

been explored i before Four boats were At one place on the precipitous banks of I Company, would seWeqnick i Northern ton Market dealer said to a New York Sun -concentrated in his, library-mukt-s his location -

,,sed-iwich filw cypress timber, was seen the Snake (says a writer referring to these' connections between, --Fernandina nd reporter. "Shrimps used to be very popular.) in Florida. community an advantage.

and 1 fourteen alligators: found another climeto Idaho mysteries) one of these underground Savannah via Montgomery."'., The neg+ a- What are they used for ? Some people eat One of his latest acquisitions is a well bound
them plain ; others use them for soups, salads
bi'-k ill- rivers comes rushing into light from a cleft tions were withdrawn a few days ago, ut and sauces. I have sold 'em by the bar- quarto printed in Dutch, published by

The p:+rty dNembarkwl at Blount's Ferry high lip in the basaltic walls, where it leapsin yesterday they, were ,renewed, and arrangements rel to the Delmonicos. and thousands of Jacob Meurs, 1G70, entitled Arnoldus Mon-(

:and were hauled across the country to Jas- the form of a cataract into the torrent were consummated-by', J.. W. times to the stewards"of the big clubs. But tanus." It is in itself a complete volume,

where they took the train for Way crossHamilton below. Where this stream has its Fellows < their day is gone bv. I after the and
per, origin, or : & Co., of New York, purchased a "Why?" style nearly the size of the

County Times. at what I point it is swallowed up is utterly) controlling interest_ in the "'line assuming "Prawns are handsomer. A shrimp to volumes of De Bry. It is, like them, full ofoldtime

unknown it is believed that three-fifths of some people looks like in and
Madison though its the stock., t< an objectionable engravings descriptions of the

sources are a long way up in the North The late owners,Col. J. H. Estill; ,Captain sect. They've got little prickles: all over country, several of the illustrations and
Jno. L. Inglis. with his characteristic 'em, and that makes some persons think
country. I D. G. Purse, Jacob Rauers,;Es! ., and :Major they are not good to eat. Prawns are larger much of the text being of the territory of our
and is
enterprise, using ,
energy endeavors Quieter and less picturesque and fierce, ..A. L. Hartridge,,control the'remaining two- and better salad than a quart of shrimps ; modern Florida. A feature of especial valueis

to inaugurate and build up a new our Florida streams fall into the earth, but ,fifths. Messrs, Fellows for which if successful allowed 25 cents for and do
industry our country, shrimps, can the
there tort osities and stormings may be as Uy* lirJ..N., Harriman. By the more conclusive that the point on the lower
with 10
same thing cents worth of
land there is no reason why it should be prawns,
afailure great far down in terrestrial depths as the terms of the purchase the pntire, ,control! of she buys prawns. Yes, ma'am," turning toa St. Johns, which is generally accepted as the
will much wealth
) to our people.In outer strife of the cataract of''Snake river. the City and Suburban Qgnpany, 'including colored woman who leaned over the coun site, i is the site, and that the picture in De-

this home of the sea island and upland Over the bridge of Santa Fe, De Soto surely its street, lines passes into new ter, "here you are. A pint? Thank you. Bry from Le Moyne's drawing of the.fort is
cotton plant, the immense machinery/of the Tliat, woman is one of those I just spoke
moved u1ithc peninsula on safe and sure hands, Captain J.II. John ou', however, remaining i I about. She'll make a soup out of them authentic and correct. Though the view in
oil mill connected with the Madison Cotton
footing, and Narvaez may have escapedover at the head s"President.: The prawns that will beat the deck." Meurs is from the eastern side, and the perspective -

(tinning, Company's establishment here, the the Natural Bridge of the \Vakulla, deeds of transfer were ei !rated last night, "Where do they come from ?'' is nearly all to the southwest, and ..

Captain thinks can be utilized for other purposes both .making Florida the safe causeway-of and Mr. Harriman left at oue'for'New York "Shrimps come from all over, They don't that in De Bry is direct from the river fronton
beside pressing the oil from the cotton ;<, run to cther much in big crowds, and so
approach and retreat. It was in facing the to arrange for tire transfer r oldie, property; to most of the catching is done by boys and the north, there is a resemblance in the

seed. mountain cataract, and climbing over the the new control, which Js: understood to be girls. I've seen them as far East as Maine two structures, and the Dutch volume con-
He has planted quite an area in the castor. scoria the : and South to Norfolk. These prawns came firms the that the fort stood
? of the lava's track, that both were FloridajRailway'ifc Navigation Company, impression on
lean and to the bean into from Florida. The waters down there are
proposes press crop beaten back from the grand exploration and..the,.. Georgia & Florida. Inland :Steamboat : alive with them. Two men can catch more the level ground inside or to the west of the
the castor oil of
commerce so extensively, which. they. dreamed of on the Atlantic side Company. .' than a barrel of 'em in a day. Most customers hills. The present St. John's Bluff, accepted

used. The company will buy at a good priceall of, the new world. Nature has made Eloriilia. There will probably fbe, C no important : like 'em cooked. When they're alive as the main hill, helps the verification.
/ the beans grown, and prepare the oil for ft 9 -> they're not very nice to look at, but just cook
the market. Captain A. J. Dozier and others a safe country.-Alachua in TimesUnion.. changes: on the street lines except the extension 'em once and they are stunners Half peela Major Fairbanks has also added to his library -

of the Whitaker street line south to the dozen of 'em and put 'em on top of a copies of several old maps front :the
will experiment few and }
on a acres Ir. Hugh TIIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. new city limits, the intention! of the new measure and they make the handsomest Congressional library, showing the locationof
Paterson has planted about thirty acres. show a man can have on his counter. I
control the i
being improvement and
-- develop- ancient objects in Florida. One of theseis
The bean will sell at about one dollar per begin to like 'ern myself. I used to eat
bushel and almost PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES ment of the outside line ''so as to secure shrimps a good deal and when prawns came the fort at St. Augustine and the city during -
gardener who
every at- LAST SATURDAY.As quicker schedules for the transportation of into the market I didn't.take to them. That's the campaigns of Oglethorpe in the early.
tempted to kill moles with the bean will both passengers and freight.;. ten years ago. Nowadays 1 sell ten times as
part of the last century. Oglethorpe's bat-
testify that stray stalks of the plant have stated in last Saturday's paper, the A Morning News called Mr. many prawns as shrimps. Ifs funny,
reporter, upon teries are shown as planted on the end of
of their accord Board of though, how many names they have. Peo-
grown up own which have Trustees of the Florida State Agricultural -
Harriman at the Pulaski House, and found ple call 'em prawns, and shrimps, and crawfish ,Anastasia Island and the projecting shore of
always yielded abundantly.-Madison Recorder College met in this city on that day
him making preparations 1 lufr-leave on the 8 Some,high-toned l1a.pSJrder camero- the mainland on the north. It would seem

for the purpose of electing a President and o'clock train,for New York. In reply. to, the, nies'and now and thp.lnforei ner wantsa that the Indian 'village on the rising ground- '.
Board of Professors. .' rnniproin.. It's sill tlmsnmR thin!!. thoD'h.
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FLORIDA'S NATURAL BRIDGES.. inquiry when the purchasers would assume that they want."':-Philadelphia Times.v; north of the fort and the Catholic Chapel in.

Major A. J. Russell, State Superintendentof control of the road. :Mr. Harriman said ; "I For several weeks past Messrs. Braddock its midst, which is said to have been the first

OUR RIVER SINKS-THEIR CHARACTER AND PE- Public the Board Instruction Hons. W.and D.ex-officio Barnes Presidentof H. cannot say exactly, but the present directorywill & Co., have been shipping prawns, generally erected by the Spanish, then existed, and an-
CULIARITIES. manage its affairs for a time at least, called shrimps here at the rate of300 or400 other Indian village is also on the south,
L'Engle, Thos. F. King and James M. Baker "
my return from New York. each Lineto near where the San Sebastian exists beyondthe
GAINESVILLE, Fla., April 6. and gallons by steamer of the Mallory ,
Judge J. Wofford Tucker and Colonel "
The< natural bridges"' of Florida conform What will be the first move when the New York. It is a new and valuable industry city.
Chandler S. Smith were present in ''
to the more level topography of the country, responseto change is made? and as will be seen by the above par- Fernandina at the present, like other citiesof
a call from the President to have
a "
, report The object of the purchase is to secure a resort in Florida shows the usual -
compared mountain regions where bridges from the Committee formerly appointed to agraph has taken a firmer hold upon the depletion -,

present themselves at picturesque heights as quicker schedule between Fernandina and New York market and the demand is con- of Northern winter blood. The different
arrange the chairs of the institution and to
the famed Natural Bridge of Virginia. Our nominate a'nd for Savannah, and to do this a new track of stantly on the increase. hotels have maintained their good repute for
report confirmation Pro-
bridges heavy steel rails will be laid over the entire thus the season. The Egmont draws its campaignto
are not the result of great convulsionsof fessors to fill the same. Every .new industry gives employ-
nature line from Savannah to Montgomery, so as and a close.'still having forty or fifty
like the freak formations of the The ment furnishes capital to our people. guests
following of chairs
mountain countries, but are the level pla- reported by the said arrangements Committee was to permit a faster schedule between these who look as if it is pleasant to linger. The
: points. The rolling stock will be improvedand Meeting of the Democratic State Executive -
teaus which our small streams have left in Ancient and Modern serving of the tables by interesting and
their course, when they are abruptly drawn and Mathematics increased by theaddition of heavier cars Committee. attentive Saxon girls is novel for the South
Geology and
down to underground such Analytical for freight, and more capacious and elegant MONTICELLO, Fla., April 18, 1884. but so agreeable to those served, that the
passages as are Chemistry Theoretical and Practical
; : Agriculture coaches for the tourist travel.' The The Conservative-Democratic State Exec-
common to the calcareous formations prop- sense of novelty is but momentary.A .

which the surface of Florida is supposed,on to and Natural, English Literature. and Elocution, erty at Montgomery will also be improved." utive Committe of Florida, will meet at picture in the parlor of the Eginont is ,

Philosophy.Upon .' "What will be,the nature of theimprovements i Jacksonville Thursday May 1st to fix
rest. In these instances they on entitled to note in these days when centennials .

rise some distance below and flow suddenly in their of the Committee motion of Judge amended Tucker, the report: at Montgomery?" ,- thn time and place of holding the State Convention duo and tri-centennials, have made the

course to the sea, leaving an of was by the addition "A new wharf and warehouse'- will be for choosing delegates to the Chicago past and its incidents pleasant themes. It is
area country ofa chair
of Mechanical
which would not be distinguished from : Philosophy, erected just below the present wharf, and Convention, and for nominating a apparently a fine crayon copy of a paintingin
that .
and it i
is the
of the
contiguous to it but from the characteristic purpose Board to afford the track will be extended so that there will State ticket. The County Committees are the family hall in Ireland, about three by

ofa natural bridge," which these dips and a-,thoroughly nt practical course in this import i i be no unnecessary delay in the transfer of the invited, before that time, to inform the State five feet in size. Under the top of the frameis

uprisings entitle it to be called. department. passengers'and freight. The Bellevue House Committee of their views as to the most I the following :
Upon the recommendation of the Committee will be and its convenient and, desirable of I
One enlarged, capacity will be place holdingthe 'Catherine, daughter of Charles Comptonand
of the principal of these is the bridgeof Professor Ashley D. Hurt, of Louis '.
the greatly increased for the accomodation of State Convention.The sister of Charles Compton, Earl of-
St. Mark's river, fourteen miles below ville, Ky., was chosen President and Professor ,
Tallahassee. visitors from the North and West. The County Committees are requested to Northampton, Countess of Egmont : with

of It acquired additional Prominence of Ancient and Modern Languages, place will be made attractive not only. 'as a perfect and complete their organization Master Charles Percival, her son : J., October -
recent years, from the fact that a and Professor J. ,N. Whitner of Bartow
battle winter resort, but as a suburban summer resort without delay, in case of any changes or Vacancies 1758; zet. 2. Created Baroness of
was fought upon the area towards Polk County, Professor of Theoretical and for Savannah and attraction for and to the
undersigned as
the close an report Arden, in her own right, and to her heirs-
ofthe civil war,between the Federaland Practical Agriculture. The remaining chairsare 's
visitors throughout the South. A new hotel early as practicable the names and Post- male. J., 1770." ,

room Confederate troops, both parties having unfilled.until; the next meeting of will also be builtirthe business will'Warrant ,office address of the present members of The former the birth of the child and'the-
river maneuver upon it. The St. Mark's the Board, which takes place July the 1st, at i the outlay., In fact, .all the advantages their several County Committees. latter probably the date of the painting.
sinks I.
battle above and debouches below the I I Lake, .City, where the College located. : which will add to ,the traffic and popularityof S. PASCO, The Countess at the latter date 'was a resi- -

field. The battle' of the "Natural The Committee also recommended. the the new line will,considered.. Its facilities -, Chairman, Con. Dem. State ,Ex. Com. Fla. dent of the site of Fernandina..'. The little:
is well known in our local fixing for the the .. '
present salaries
history. following .
The St. will be increased as businesstlema'nds, ", ''' pamphlet of the hotel states : The Countess -
Mark's flows.into the.,Gulf through President-$1,800 ; Chair of lIatbematics$1,500' and the will' List of Letters
it akt lls company spare3 no expense to of Egmont established an indigo plantar.tion ,.
count '. Remaining in the Post-Office at Fernandina -
The ; Geology and Chemistry make them ample ,to meet the larger traffic about 1770. If this be so, the fair lady; ; -
bridge of the Santa Nassau county, Florida, April 26, 1884.Person's .
Fe river is proruiin $1,500 ; third and fourth Chairs, $1,200 which is expected."
and delicate as she is represented iu
East Florida. It flows into the Su- each. calling for the>e letters must say young
Who will the
wanee compose new directory the picture, was remarkable as being at the
as an easterly branch, about fifty As_also stated in our last issue, the College the road?'' advertised, :
head of establishment that from its remoteness -
miles an ,
front the mouth of the l Arnold, Rev A J Janes Lovicer
former. It is buildings are rapidly advancing to
a "I
am unable to at The
in Alachua say present. Adams, Win Jackson, Mitchell from home and its disseverance '
City county. The old road from Lake state of completion, and will doubtless be present dieectory however, will be super- Aner, Mrs Rivert Johnson,,Mrs Lara from courtly ties, was not calculated to dispel
crosses it. It has been sometimes ready,for use by the first of the coming Oc seded. The officers now in charge will remain Benton, Green Love, Nancy On one of Mr. Fairbanks'maps
overflowed from Mrs W S Locar Millian H
underground obstructions tober. Brown, '
at present without change until all the seat of rank is shown near the
acid Bender G FIeadows Samuel
the bridge level hag This institution if ,
been suddenly properly managed, will arrangements are completed." Defore. Sarah McCav, M river bank, on the northern part of the site

stream changed into a lake. The dip of the become one of the State's proudest monu- What changes will be made in the ,Davis, Thos: Morrison, Laura E ,of the present town, and the indigo works

Shows, on the eastern side of the bridge, ments, and great care should be taken in steamer line ?" Farmer, H A Munsey, G B were near the site of the Egmont Hotel. A

sudden disappearance the selection ofa '" Frazier, Ed Reel, J F
narrower thoroughly
competent A fieet'of nend faster will
body, rushing Francoise, Manuel Roberson, Mrs Sarah large amount of tlm adjoining grounds was
somewhat under the slight elevation practical faculty to begin with, for upon this be added to those now owned by the company Glacher, A Stewart, Mrs Mellic planted in indigo.jw

are as going under a low arch. There depends all. With a handsome endow- in order to lessen the time between Houston, Mrs Rebeca Speck, Mrs Eliza

other such natural singularities on the ment, rendering more than self-support- Montgomery, Fernandina Florida land- _Hearnez, Mary Thugpin, Mrs H M When the reflux m the winter tide aground
surface of Florida ,Har ing, Win Williams, Henry high and bare of incident if one can
of which, like several of lug, there is no reason why it should not, ings."
t is remarkable Hacter, F A Wilson, Mrs L A identify a spot whereon a beautiful Countessof
ha been reservoirs springs, not much from the start, take a stand among the edu- The companies represented in the purchase Hayes, Shade Whitest, John English history far over a century back, '

written. cational institutions of the country of the have ample means and propose to developthe King, Martha Williams, B
Besides the Mrs Sim Williams. Hogarth was content to display the characteristics ofa
bridges Kim, Henry
formed order.
by great highest -Tropical Paradife.
natural, convulsions! in new route, making it a popular line for Johnson, Sallie Wright, Miss J P useful rather than a brilliant life, it can be
the mountain
there is regions I II travel and freight transportation: between Williams, Alexander.S. hardly plead that there is wholly a dearth
OUr a more wonderful river dip in Amelia Beach. Florida and the North. Messrs. Fellows & T. RIDDELL, P. )[.
national territor of topic to :render a letter interesting. ,
seen } Instances of this TUB IDLE HOUR is again open, under the Co. are the owners of the fleet of steamers For Sale Amelia;in Times-Union. "

jf Particularly in Idaho, where at a supervision of Mrs. Sweeney, who will be comprising the St.Nicholas, City of Bridgelon, "
when -- ----- --'- --
Island of rich hammock
the great cauldron On Amelia 88 acres good -
wungand of nature was.. pleased to receive her old friends: and the David Clark and the Florida, recently purchased Fresh StraicberriesOn ::- '
land, partly cleared, with improve-
I seething, and lava floods were, public generally. Choicest fish of the Central Railroad and and II., "
being oysters, ,etc., belong- to Tuesday, Thursday Saturday ,
POured: out ments. For further, particulars ap,\ly
they burned '
and .burst constantly on hand. tf. ing to the Georgiaand Florida Inland Steam- )[RS. E. K.: .SUltRER. E. Dotterer "". F. SCOTT. ; '-:';,




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{t,ll '. LIFE LILIES. I queen on the first board; and performed you, if you like." Why it was Ophilia's s eyes suddenly' THE .11A. ''ET1'E'S VICTIMS.EXTRACTS .

i7ir. prodigies of valor with her. He Dance I with you?'' filled with tears he couldn't understand ..
I wandered down life's arttclI,
,'s;' In the flush of golden day sympathized with the gentleman! who 0 yes, if you y like ; many of the but she left him with a quiet :: JOURNAL FROM 'THE OF HITHERTO DR. AMBLER: UNPUBLISHED

;f F The flowers and thorns grew thickly, had swallowed a crocodile, 'and he others dance, you know.'* i bow and went back to the dancingroom. W'

', .. In the spot where I chanced to stray. noticed the pale cadaverous man who How calmly:she seems to recognize, The examination of\8Il1 Lieutenant OtOY, April Dlne"n 18 _

,',; -: I went to choose me a flower amused himself by counting the lightson her sad state'!" 'thought Gray ton, as he ,. You've<; been enjoying yourself. I hower before the congressional: i mmttpp
,":' ; For life for weal or for woe ; .' each side of the room and singing stood up and passed his arms around see,'' said the Doctor, as Grayton came eluded to investigate the Jeannette, disaster was Con-
and the
On. on I went, till I stayed me to-day journal of Dr.
,' By the spot where the lilies grow. softly to himself, "Sorry I can't ad- poor Oph lia's slender waist, wonderinghow : to say good-bye, "though I must say it bier after the ship went down was put AUt-in

." :: ii "Yes, I will carry a lily," ; mit it, sorry I can't admit it !1" He she would 'jig' and amble.'*"They :was rather selfish of both of you." evidence.contained in The it:following' are the last thin l

'.\ I said in my manhood's pride ; had been an acrostic editor once upon were playing the "Dream-Faces, :and Selfish 1 why I did all I could for SUNDAY, October 9,,1881.-
if\ "A bloodless, thornless lily a time. He noticed the fussy little' as they swung in undulating rhyhm her, poor dear girl ?" food except the alcohol.Yesterday The captain without -

*., f.*. Shall be my flower !1" J cried. man, with a pale-blue shaven face, the pretty song he felt that few slip's of Poor! why, my dear Lord Gray- spoke of giving the men option to-day of

.:. I stretched my hands out quickly who wanted to stage-manage the sixteen sane seventeen could come up to her."That's ton she has six thousand a of her making their way as bl'st.they could=tint
To where the pale blossoms year he could not keep This
grew- up. occurred in the
': ; Was it the air that shivered ? Lancers, and. who piteously entreated right, said the Doctor en- own !'' morning, when we had made two miles that
: Was it a wind that blew? the dancers to "go back over couragingly ; "set a gold example.," Dear me and what is done withit we had to retrace. I told him if hegaye

:? : ii Was it my hands that scorched them ? that again, please, and try and get it Means I'm to be a tonic, I suppose," ?" leave I took him command and that no one shouldp

." '" As I touched the blossoms fair crisper ;" and the erratic journalistwho thought Grayton ; so he carried off She does what she likes with it ; suggested that as long we as send I was two men alive.ahead I then

rL 1 r :.!I'J:! They On the broke and noontide scattered air.their petals wrote paragraphs on his shirt Ophelia for an ice. she helps all the big charities, and she try and make that settlement and that we to
f.1) \ 11'1, sunny cuffs, and many other strange folks You dance beautifully," she said. helps me and Copswood in particular, make the best of our way with the rest of
,' Then I saw a great, bright angel our party. This wasdone": Xitulerman
: : that in the No sit clown and I'll the and
':, ".'i With opal-colored wings, passed by motley pageantof You get you and she generally does a lot of good to Noros are ahead. God give them aid and we

t'll' Where the light flashed in the feathers unsettled reasons. ice ; there, now, there's a spoon and a our poor people-picks up some one are getting along. The captain gave: me the
"' .-, ,; In golden glimmerings.He "There's King Lear,'' whispered the wafer; now you- feel comfortable, don't' she takes a fancy to, and cheers him upa option of going ahead myself but I thought

';;' ( said: "Thou hast sinned and suffered Doctor, as "a very foolish fond old you ? Isn't that a lovely-valse ?" bit. She's one of my best tonics, and main my duty body required for the me present.with him Lee is and about the

M I I Lilies are not for thee ; man, fourscore and upwards," passed Yes, I'm fond of" Dream-Faces ; the this is the first time I have noticed broken down. Alexrc has shot three grouse
-r-: They are all for the little children, A's in dreams by God's aid, and we will have something
them muttering of "Brighton people one meets are -
; generally that she danced with -
.9.:, Emblems of purity.: never once a patient
"you '''know who he was?', and he vastly nicer than the real folk.. I that fault know." eat.WEDNESDAY..
! :.: Shall I never carry a lily?' ; your you October 12, 1831.-We have
Never?" I bitterly cried. whispered a name in Grayton's ear have many dream friends. Good gracious then Bheisn'ta0. been without food since Sunday, except one
' ,';.1 With his great eyes full of pity, that made that nobleman whistle Have you ?'' she said, looking herself?" ounce of alcohol one drachm of glycerine
1 'l 1., The heavenly one replied : softly. amused ; tell me of them. patient yesterday and to-day. We have made no(
The Doctor laughed till the tears progress since Monday to 3
up o'clock
.: ,1!'" "\Vh n the heat of the day is over "And are there any Ophelia's, Well, you know, I think I'm mar- rolled down his jolly face. "Bless Wind and snow against us. We have been
,;::1 J When the Joalls won" he said, "whose young maid's wits should be ried to a dream wife-just like Gilbert's' my lying in a hollow in the river bank.
: 'Ah then I God's lilies heart no'! That's Lady Mary Petti-
f lay OCTOBER 18, 1881.-Alexae died last
l mortal old man's life ? asked Princess know with her night
as as an Tpto, ,
In the hands of the stainless dead !1" you of old Lord Polonius exhaustion from hunger and exposure"THURSDAY.
grew; daughter :
that he knew his dream husband. And she comes to
--- -- Gaayton, showing October
'I. i and she'Ju t one of the cleverest and 1881.
.,;_ 1 ? "A WITLESS THING." Shakespeare as well as the Doctor. me sometimes and scolds me if I've : To EDWARD AMBLER, ESQ.. Markham Post
.-I. "Yes, but we keep their secrets. done anything wrong in the day ; and sweetest girls in'' the world. I thought Office Fauquier county, Va.
; knew her. MY DEAR BROTHER: I write these
; 'A document in madness ; thoughts and Now TO and dance ;" and the Doctor sometimes she's very loving, and some- you" the faint hope that by God's merciful lines in
"- Not I !She and to providence

: came over spoke
remembrances fitted.-llamlet, act iv., sc.5.'J. .
I took King Lear off for a cup of coffee.It timesshe's very cross anddoesn't come and" they may reach you all at home. I
r Now, remember, Lord Gray ton," was a sad, weird sight alto- near me for weeks." me, have myself now very little hope of surviv-
ing. We have been without
; i i.-: said the Doctor solemnly, all I told gether, and as Grayton watched it, it He felt as if' he was telling a fairy I see it all-took you for a patient two weeks, with the exception food of for four nearly ptarmigans

.1" you. You are very welcome to come reminded him of Kaulbach's "Danceof tale to a child. 0, this is too lovely !1' and the Doctorwas : amongst eleven of us. We are grow

; to our ball, though, as a rule, we only Death," and he felt oddly morbidas How charming Do tell me more positively boisterous in his merri- ing weaker and for more than a week have

l"r r y r ask a certain set of wise men and maidens he thought of his own lonely life. of her. Is she beautiful? What is ment. had wood no enough food. We now can to barely keep manage to get
warm and in a
,. f who know our ways and their ways. He had once loved and given his heartto she like ?" .. Grayton bolted to the House, and day that will be passed. I write to yon all
\ Still, you are good-looking, humorous a woman he had both idealized and The fanciful conceit seemed to amuse having duly recorded his vote againstthe my mother, sister, brother Carey and his
ili and and if sensible idolized he had brains and her he wept bill, sent up from the Commons wife and family, to assure you of the deep
i : cheery, you are you ; youth, so on drawing pretty love I now and have always borne for I
i .1'. can enjoy yourself, and, maybe, do position, and with her he felt he could pictures of au ideal woman ; then grow- for chloroforming grouse instead of If it bad been God's will for me to have you.seen I
1 them a world of good. I believe in conquer the world. It was an old ing unconsciously eloquent, he burst shooting them, betook himself in a you all again I had hoped to once more. My
\ curative the she turned be lovelessas "Ah if could her strange state of bewilderment to Lady mother knows how my heart has been
out to meet
', electricity as a agent-not story ; as out, one only bound to her's since my earliest years. God
r f '1' quack nonsense of belts and chains and she was lovely, and so he took to the alive, what a wife she would make A Congleton'e. His hostess welcomedhim bless her on earth and prolong her life in

,i .: musical boxes, that only shake the tigers. He had got over it all now, very second self, aiding, sympathizing, I warmly, like the returned prodi- peace and comfort. May His blessings rest
f : nerve-centres, but the real electricity but he shuddered as he rememberedthe helpling, loving-at once the cheeriestof gal that he was, and insisted upon introducing and upon bow you all. As for myself, I am resigned
my head in submission to the Di-
of animal spirits, the tonic of good fret of it all, and thought how near chums and the most idolized of him to some one in whom vine will. My love to my sister and brother
t'r health." madness he had been driven when he idols.I she seemed to have a special interest. Carey. God's blessings on them and you.

t, :i.i."I" shall do exactly as I am bid," heard of her ultimate fate, and where She had flushed a little as he spoke, Really a delightful girl, Lord Grayton To well.all my Let friends and relations a long fare-
the Howards know I thought of
I .' said Lord Grayton, a handsome, florid, her life had drifted to. So there were but she went on, "What a pretty picture quite after your own heartdevoted them to the last and let Mrs. Pogram: also

'I s muscular young man, strong as a horse, Ophelias here More like Audreys, Where did you get your beau- to art and philanthropy, you know that she and her nieces were continually

r. ; buoyant as a balloon, just back after a he thought, as he watched some rather tiful thoughts about marriage ?" know. in my thought. God in his infinite
grant that these lines reach
i:, exile of five in India uncouth in His If I Grayton was too full of thoughts toprotest may you.
self-imposed years gamboling a corner. suppose my dream-girl taughtme. 1 write them in full faith and confidence in
,4 f ', with the big game ; "but tell me of all eyes wandered round the room, and' ." so submitted meekly. What the help of our Lord Jesus Christ. .
,* } those confounded cautions again. I rested at last on a face. Is she pretty ?" were girls to himjust then ? He was Your loving brother, J. M. AMBLER.

J I :1' did a lot of dancing of various kinds It was an exquisite oval face, some- Grayton won4ered.if deliberate bare- thinking over Copswood as his hostess Traveler's Guide.
: years ago, before I went after the what sad and wistful in expression, of faced compliment would be a good took his arm and they set out on a pil-

J i :.j tigers"-and he laughed as mingled that rare delicate olive color one sees tonic for a lunatic. "Yes, beautiful.She grimage. TRANSIT fc; PENINSULAR RAILROAD.
$: : memories of :Mayfair and the Lotus in the South, with the skin of so finea has large brown eyes, wonderfulhair Ah here she is Lady Mary Pet- Day Passenger Train leaves-
4 Club back blm-"and I've that the red flush tigrew, Lord Grayton. I'm sure you For Cedar Key and Wildwood,and
swam to texture springs up a low voice, an olive oval face, she
'' all points on Transit Road........ 7.20 a. m.
.:' 'i : tried both the Corroboree and the\ -Sa- through the vein-tracery at a moment's dances superbly, and she wears a black- two will get along capitally ; and her For Savannah and all points Xorth

f longa, but'pon honor I never danced excitement; the large brown eyes were red rose iri her white dress." ladyship was off, leaving Grayton and West. 7.20 a. m.

< with a 1 lunatic girl yet.', soft and dreamy, the chiseled mouthwas Ophelia looked a little frightened. ataring vaguely at his fascinating luna- (connecting at Callahan.)
For Tallahassee,Pensacola and all
.. ':y "Are you quite sure of that ?" saidthe half parted, and the darkbrownhair "Forgive me, I didn't mean to be tic. points on the'Florida Central &

I: :. ;:' Doctor, grimly ; "they are to be. looking black as night, was worn rude, but she is-really, you are not Lady :Mary could hardly suppress a Western Railroad................. ... ;.:O a. in.
.; met with outside Copswood, I can tell Greek fashion close to the head, sweep- angry with me ?" and he laid his hand scream as she turned her head and (connecting at Baldwin.)

i '. you. However, listen ; the rule is simPle ing in undulating lines past the tiny gently on hers. blushed as deep as the rose he still Day Passenger Train arrives
? ....:,; wore in his button-hole. From Cedar Key, Wildwood, and
contradict. Ifs
\ ; Be civil and don't rose-tipped ears. She was seated on a 0, no, then there was a pause.
all points on the Transit Road... 3.50 p.m. .
; old Crackton asks you to play chess, low sofa, carelessly clasping one knee Come, and let me show you some pictures How-how did you get out ? she From Savannah and all points in '

;. wz play. He's a good player, and will with both hands. She wore simple ; I'm' something of an artist my- asked, awkwardly. the North and West.............._ 3.50p.m. !
\. ; beat you fairly if he can ; if he can't white frock, just mysteriously frilled self ;j"" and she led him into a long gal- I never was in, Lady :Mary ; the From Tallahassee, Pensacola. and '
all the Florida Central
,. c : .he'll make a false move and call 'check- round the little white column of a lery, and talked art so sensibly and fact is, I'm afraid there has been a lit- & Western points on Railroad.............._ 3.50p.m.
? I i jnate,' and you must resign. If poor throat, and a great black-red rose nest- sympathetically that here, at all events : tle mistake on both sides. I only
Train leaves-
: i { .Snobly thinks you are the Prince, and led in her breast. One little high- he felt there was a very pleasant method -: found out from the Doctor as I left that For Night Cedar Passenger Key,Wildwood, and all

i : """Sirs," you all over the place,* and arched foot in peach-colored netted in her madness. you weren't a"- points on the Transit Road......_ 6.40 p.m.
: I ,-" ; throws out hints about being asked to silk, kept swinging to the music. No '' Talking art" is a recognized meth- She put her feathery fan up with a For Savannah and all points North
and \V 6.40 in.
," t 1 Sandringham ; if you are asked to listen one seemed to talk to her except the od of interchanging sympathies.He I warning "Hush !I" then" said, What (connecting at Callahan.) p.

i to the chiming clock in Baker's interiors Doctor, who smiled pleasantly as he was no bad judge of a picture; brought you there ? For Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all
,;.1 : or to avoid some one else, because passed and said something to which but he preferred to affect ignorance Curiosity ; and you ?" points on the Florida Central &
Western Railroad................ 6.40 p.m.
I often there and to do
I" he's glass and might break, you must she answered with a nod. and asked the stupidest questions simply go try some (connecting at Baldwin.)
do your best to be courteous. them Ophelia at last," said Grayton to for the pleasure of hearing her good. I cheer them sometimes ; but
all and account at their himself and in vein he to-night! 0, how and stupid of Night Passenger Train arrives
,, ', on no laugh melancholy talk. There was a kind of innocent wrong From Cedar Key. Wildwood and
'. fancies." wished he were Hamlet and could lie dignity about her that fascinated him. me !1"There all points on the Transit Road... 8.25 a. in.

.: '' "Sounds rather jumpy. And the at her feet and watch the play. She was more like a Vestal virgin thana was a little pause as he lookedat From Savannah and all points in
J ..:' her with his frank the North and West................. 8.25 a. m.
: ladies? Poor Ophelia! divided from her- Bacchante. So the evening, passedall kindly eyes. From Pensacola. Tallahassee, and
t ,, -t "I'll see to that, and introduce you to self and her fair judgment !" (the quo- too quickly, till he suddenly be- "Let us forget and forgive. Lady all points on Florida Central &

-I the nicest, and tell you what to avoid tation was irresistible.) "I wonder thought himself that there was an im- Mary ; after all, you were very goodto Western' Railroad.................... 8.25 a. ii'.

' i} :' -.speaking about ; the men will make what sent her here some brute of a portant division in the Lords that poor Hamlet. FERNANDINA &; JACKSONVILLE R. P..

t x. the talking for themselves; the women man, or a soldier-lover killed at Kas- night, and that he was bound to be a And you were very nice and kindto Train leaves daily, except Sunday-
{ :i I don't talk much.'' sassin. Gracious 1 I hope this terri- "not content" before the clock struck I foolish Ophelia. Listen I there's For Jacksonville... 9.50a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

"t 4 Sign of insanity, I suppose. And ble Meg Merrilles is not going to ask eleven, and after that he was due at the "DreamFaces"again ; let us see From Train Jacksonville..8.50 arrivves daily, except a. m.Sunday and 5.00 p. m.

i I 1. what am I to talk about ?" me to dance !1"' and he moved away, as Lady Congleton's dance. if we can dance it in our right minds," Slmdalonly-

t 1 .l '. Everything save some one thing he saw a wild-eyed woman bearing 'Must you go away?" she said ; she said, as she rose with a nervous For Jacksonville 5.00 p. m.

#t I the Empress of Austria, or the stage, down upon 'him, to. a seat somewhatnearer why ?" smile quivering in the corners of her From Jacksonville..10.ba.SEA ISLAND ROUTE. m-

1! or white roses, or :Mr. Mallock, or black the pale girl with the blackredrose. *l Well, you see, I'm one of those lips.And From Savannah, via Montgomery,

i stockings. I'll give you the cue- much-abused people that the Radicalscall it so happened that in a month Steamer St. Nicholas, Tuesday,

f "t never fear, only it may happen that For a time he watched her ; then he Hereditary Legislators, and I am they both came to their right minds, Thursday and Saturday............ 6.00 p. m.

i one of them will ask you to dance, and tried to magnetize her. At last their not abolished yet ; I must be in our and the Doctor was at the wedding.- For Steamer Savannah St. ,Nicholas via Montgomery., Sunday

" I 'A- then you must steer as best you tank eyes met ; he stared her full in the House at eleven." London World. Wednesday and Friday........... 0.00 a. m.

talk society or art or chance. My own face. She never shrank from his look, Of course she 'could not have understood ---.-.--- ------- From Savannah,by the Bridgeton,
._ girls and their friends get on famously only a sort of pitying light seemed to a word he said, for she mur- A COMPANY has been formed at Gainesvillefor For Tuesday and Friday..._.of H.OO p. m-

with the male patients, and you must glow in the sorrowful eyes. A moment mured to herself, Poor fellow so the purpose of building from that pointa Bridgeton Savannah, Tuesday by steamer and Friday City 6.00 P. ot.
'" do your best. Come, you are going tot passed, and then she rose quietly and young' too." railroad to be known as the Gainesville, MALLORY LINE.

be our best tonic to-night, and you must with perfect self-possessed grace walkedover He rose and held his hand out. Rocky Point & Micanopy Railroad through For New York direct, by steam-
1 : be off and dress nine mind to him-to his intense astonishment Biven's Arm, past Rocky Point, ships State of Texas or City of
sharp as "Good Orange
J ; night; thank you for a very San Antonio,Thursday evening..............
{ they all go to bed at midnight." sat .down quietly by his side, and charming evening.'' Point along the west side Payne's Prairieto From New York direct by City of

rA. "Queer thing this," soliloquized in a soft musical voice said : Good night," said Ophelia tenderly. Levy Lake and on to )Iican p)'. Five San Antonio and State of Texas, ...

", I Grayton as he completed an elaborate "You seem sad to-night; I am "I should like a little memory of thousand dollars have been subscribed, and every Friday... oJ.00 I'. 111.

; s;1. dressing, "beginning my first season sorry." this meeting; will you give me that the surveys will shortly be made. The ST. MARYS RIVER dock-
Centre street ;
.:i r after five years by dancing with a lot For a moment he was tongue-tied ; rose ? I've been longing for it. all theevening. stock capital of the company is put down at For Steamer St. Marys Martha and leaves Crandall.Tuesday
'tl';; of lunatics. Hope they won't wear then he recollected his instructions and ."' $300,000. The road is to be of standard and Friday -".00 p-m.

straw in their hair ; if they do, I shall pulled himself together. Of course I will why didn't 'gauge; and. with spurs and extensions, willcover For St. Marys. and Dungenes on .
; youask ........ 0.35 a. n>
: a length of about and 1
'' 30 miles, and Wednesday : Saturday
; bolt to the Congleton's dance. "Well, I think I was sad because, you for it before?" and she took it from traversing one of the tapping For St. Marvs only, Monday and
I r He had many strange adventures were looking sad.. her dress and fastened it in his coat. ons of the! whole productive regi- Thursday........ 8.00 a. ni.
t,' : that evening as he strolled'about theto' ""Was I? I suppose I always do, I shall see again there will be State. The incorporators Steamer Martha arrires-
you ; ,are Col. William .
A Colclough. J. A. Carlisle From St. )Marvs and Crandall,
pretty ballroom at the Copswood private then. Of course,. being here,naturally another dance here soon. How is it L. K. Rawlins, M. Fitch Miller and- Monday and Thursday.........011..... 7.00 a. n I.
1 asylum. He was duly defeated makes one feel sad. But we won't that I never saw you before at one." ,Henry E. Day, with the first From St. Marys and ])ungen ?,
1 at chess by the venerable Crackton, talk of that," she added quickly. "Do I ". This is my first dance here,'" hesaid dent, Yice-President, Treasurer four as Presi- on Wednesday and Saturday.1.00 p.")-

t! ". \vho deliberately, slid back a captured you care for dancing? I'll dance with gravely. Mary respectively.-Tropical Paradise.and Secre From'Thursday.St.Marys......only.......,.Monday.and.... 2.(10 I Iti p.ni.

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THE FLORIDA :MIRROR : APRIL; 23,; 1884.n'AsnisaTox. ., .. ?'U, ,.. .. 't. .. ,.. '!'" ;, .:. .. .., .':;
j. "

-- I I murk of the value of our mines of gold'l I ".MIGHTY INTERESTING READING."-From ': -FIXE-33.. I Ir" :.r .-' ,.::t/, ...'. >.}' >.,,:= {) ;:Zj.- 5 : >

1884 to the 1st of ,, r .. .. .
I Il' I silver, iron copper, etc., but the annual pro- the 1st of January, January ':<;;?:" :';' l-'l... ,,,;'-. ;.I1,L""'"}"-'#- ., '<. '. '
ASl TilE TARIFF-TIIE XATIOXAL 1885, we are to have an interesting .. ..... . ,
S ""
GRD'8 duct of forces i is three times that of the
() our
SCIENCE CTC. succession of stirring events of which everyone .. .. ..
; ,. ,
ACVBEMVOF ViiLLINERY1AT '' ::' :1 '.i r'; '':fJif: ''''''t\ >
f the Mirror: silver and gold mines, together: with all the will wish to hear. Two military (' unpaigns '" '. .., '. .'" """ '--'''''''';..,..'''':\"''; ." ..

To the filter w A3l1umTo"f I). C., April 19, 1884. mines of coal, iron copper. lead and zinc.It Mahdi are in the at present Soudan in and progress of the-French that of El in .. ..............................;......................-........ .r s.: ; :..: ::<=: .; -::, \I.Rt-. :': ;..'

Hood H-i1* of oratory are opened now is ten times greater than all the wool crop. Tonquin-both of which are approaching .:.",:. ( -.' =.r '

The Tariff! Tariff! will be the burden of We will go into a few particulars to give a the critical point. The next Mission of Parliament ,. I ::.: 'l :, :

and proper impression of the value of our forest is i to be marked, jioording to the announced ," .. .
Congress for s uuleweekstoconic. Employ. purpose of Mr.[ Parnell. by a bitter KING'S BAZARHATS .. ,
wealth. $7,674,921 worth of lumber is annually -
willhave I
of the Government Printing struggle of the Irish nationalists to compel 4..... .,
,3 '' ,' .' '
consumed in the construction of : ;
busy spring for whole tons of t.\lk. their English and Scotch colleagues to concede i': : : :0/ .
a the} boxes for packing various commodities. The to Ireland some measure of home-rule. .
becatupon country. BONNETS RIBBONS .
are waiting to havenlready value of wood used annually for cooperage In default of this, Mr. Parnell promises to :
More than ninety Representatives employ his following! to so obstruct the .
the list of the purposes is $33,714,770. In making baskets THE
their n.1Ine:5on transaction of parliamentary business as to FLORIDA
} of the Committee of 'the Whole $1,992.851 in wood value .is used. Sixty establishments render the presence of Irish members at St. '. i.

Chairman engaged in making lasts use i Stephen's intolerable. This programme insures IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. :
for recognition to make speeches on the $1,000,000 worth of lumber. The twenty-six' a succession of exciting scenes in Par- A Fall Line of Elegant Lace and Mall Helms, rpOWN S"

Tariff bill. As to the programme of the liament. The new reform bill which Mr. A.. .

its progress will probably be interrupted establishments engaged in making hoe pegs Gladstone proposes to carry during the session CRAPE LISSE RUCHINGS. Fcriiamliiia, -..: '. '
contest lime to time to admit of speedy use up $1,500,000 worth of wood. And as of 1884, will a'so! doubtless: excite ,

j from of the uncontested we are considering s such small things we general interest in the United States, as wellas Linen Collars and Kid Gloves, Towns on R. R. Line.
action <>n throughout the British empire. Vastly
notice that in addition to factories already
,riatin bills. With these exceptionsthe may more interesting to American readers will be And Cedar Ke '.. '
all, 'ro 1 debate will be continued on each in operation' a company in Maine is the discussion to take place at Washington All of the Latest Styles. )

general just building a mill for the production of within the next few months over our own .
it at
legislative (b: )', and a reform bill. The Republican members of FANS PARASOLS CORSETS -
in which ,
tooth-picks, 10,000 cords of wood ,
be taken under
month before thebill can up the present Congress are opposed to tariff .
minutes rule. The leading opponents will be consumed annually, or more than reform: The Democrats, it is said, are Offers to u. sces ,and Purchaser: a large
the five thirty cords while divided the them the Hoop Skirts and Ladies' \1naerwear.ts .
the will offer no a .a single factory majority favoring,
of the measure say ) converts from 3,000 to 5,000> feet, of pine minority opposing it. Which will get ,the number of the most eligible and desirable. <
() *trmt ion to full general discussion. When upper hand? Will the hih-tariff Democrats
for the bill lumber every day into match sticks, and another with the to maintainthe [ Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, for
the time approached, calling up cooperate Republicans -+1 r i +I !-+!+1 +I i-I +{ { I I I :i-'i : i 1 or. "
members on both bidesappeared" factory turns out daily five hundred present absurd law ? Or will the Demo- : t .
all the prominent flour of the House ready gross of clothes pins. The turners andcan'eT crats act together and send a reform tariff | GAMES. I Ifjl City or Suburban Residences, .' ?.

the bill to the Senate, which the Senate will decline ...
crowd of Democratic ::! of wood use annually $2,940,630 1 II! 1 -I II I !II I !II I- 1 It{ } I 1- -I I i i- II i- -i j H41! t- *--r-
little i
1 fur thcfr.J A to pass? Every step of the strugglein )
worth of wood material. The manufacture UPON EASY TERMS. ,
gathered around )Ir. Randall the Capitol at Washington will be watched

iir.jtectiuni t'atdnring the proceedings and of toys and games of amusement Consumes with lively concern all over the country, Croquet Sets and Base-Ball Bats,
who kept hi- wood to the value of $595,833. and for and by the time Congress adjourns the public Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
took no part sane to vote. Chairman Morrison mind will be ripe for the opening of a .
the manufactuic of diminutive
moved around on the Democratic bide spools upon Presidential campaign which, it is safe to MARBLES, KITES, ETC. parties engaged in manufacturing or indu,-

theai-leand in the cloak rooms, and did which we wind onr thread, the birch forestsare say will exceed in warmth any of its predecessors -\LSO-
of brought up by thousands of acres at a since 1860. The meeting of the rial enterprises, who will erect on the prop-
Mt down until time for action. As soonas Grass Hammocks and
not time. The boxes in which our cigars are Maryland Legislature at Annapolis on the Large Express Wagons.
the question Shall the bill be consid 2d of January, and the reassembling of the l erty purchased substantial improvementsfor
packed, consume cedar wood to the value of Baltimore Council later in the
City ,
ered', was decided in the affirmative, he same
opened the l'\ute\ with a carefully prepared $1,386,700 annually. We have 3,841 wagon month, will prove also events' of engrossing KING'S BAZAR, residence, or in which !to conduct their
and carriage factories, using annually $64- interest. But supposing 'the existence of a
argument and was followed by Messrs. Kelly citizen concerned about none of these things business.
Cor. Centre and Fourth Sts. Fernandina.
951,617 worth of timber. Even in the sub- ,
I and Mills in opposition. still he will need to read The Sun for news

\lhtoujrh\ there is no tariff bill pending in ordinate manufacture of children's carriagesand of the thousand and ones :other events of INDUCEMENTS. TO MANUFACTURERS -":
sleds we have sixty-seven establishments interest that go so far to makeup the cur- f ,
the Senate that body caught the spirit of using woo /material valued at nearly rent historof the world. The }period is ; O. S. OAKES ; ;by exemption for a term of years from
the lower House and put aside its legitimate one of rapid movement, and the citizen who

business in order to let Senator .Morrill $1,000,000. We have 112,000 miles of rail- does not take a paper is sure to be left be taxation, offered by he several cities and

road, and the average distance apart at which hind. If a man ever means to subscribe fora CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
tariff in reply to recent -
make an alleged speech the ties are placed is three feet, requiring paper, now is the time' before the actorson / towns. Apply to
criticisms made on his course with the the world's stage during the year 1884 And Manufacturer of CIIAS. LEWIS,
2,640 ties for each mile for the roads
Tariff by Senator Beck. The Vermont Sen- or now have taken their places and begun to play Fernandina.

ator's effort was really a lively campaign constructed 295,680,000 ties. The young their parts.::: When it becomes a question of FLOORING, CEILING, :MOLDINGS, Office. cor. Beach it 7th sts.
trees required will not average more than securing a reliable newspaper which will
speech: to which the Senator from Kentucky contain nil the news, succinctly expressed ,'"
two cuts to the tree, consequently the railroads FANCY SCROLL SAWING
but effectively saying there and the to ,
replied briefly, fairly reported, proper course ..
have taken 147848.000 trees, and as '.. .. .
nas: not even a remote connection between pursue is plain : take The Snn. /,

(the gentleman's subject and argument.After our woodland will not furnish more than BRACKETS, TURNED BALUSTERS, ...... ., ...... I.. ; > :. : ', i

100 suitable the roads have THE SUN, ..
trees to the acre,
this episode the Senate resumed NEWEL POSTS, STAIR RAILINGS. .
taken the trees 2, .jj.800 Published daily except Sunday '
tenor of its way with the bill for n growing on acres, a ,
tract of land as large as the State of New : :
Uniform System of Bankruptcy Senators STAIR and CHURCH WORK a SPECIALTY. I
George. Hoar, Wilson Pike, Ingalls, Harrison Jersey. The average duration of ties is seven THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. i' ". .', .,
requiring 42,240,000 ties to -- : .: t' .. >r.'O "
Garland, and Call, offered amendmentsmost years, every year :. .
Elevations and Floor Plans with esti- '
Terms of Subscription by Mail Invariably .. ,
the roads "
constructed. These
keep now .
and it up 1
of which were agreed to, was ._ .
in "
Cash advance-Postage Free: mates, furnished at reasonable rates. h, .'
lesser and industries unknownand
important ,
decided among other things that persons S" Orders by mail promptly attended to. :. :J ';L:4.t .
unnoticed by most of us, are, taken together -
whose debts exceed three hundred dollars One Year.$6.00 One Month.....50 Cts. Address P.O. Box 174, Fernandina, Fla. 5 : .:. ;. ,
may apply for voluntary bankruptcy.The an important aid in arriving at a Six Months....... 3.00 I Three Weeks..38 Cts. .

short debate in the House on the Pen- proper estimate of the value of our forests. Four Months.... 2.00 I Trfo Weeks..25 Cts. GOOD :NEWS for NORTH-BOUND : ,

sion bill which for We have now only touched the subject at a Three Months.... 1.50 One Week......13 Cts. DOW'SJAMAICA
appropriation was up Two Months..... 1.00 I TRAVELERS !
discussion again yesterday has developedthe few points, for there is scarcely a comfort or
SINGLE COPIES by mail..... ............3 Cts GINGER CORDIALIS
fact, that the average demagogue in convenience of life with which the forestsare New RouteVIA

Congress promised the soldiers a great deal not intimately serviceable and necessary.Yet THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN.A Montgomery NOT AN ALCOHOLIC EXTRACT,

more than he dares to vote for in the wayof we are cutting and burning the forests but contains all the medicinal proper-

with reckless wastefulness. The lumberman's Newspaper Giving a Week's Events in ties of the finest Jamaica Ginger Root. It
is to take and
Compact very pleasant ,
There being no other tribunal to hear and ax and the great.Ores are taking fromus
decide the cases of small claimants, Congressis the richest heritage ever bestowed on any $1.00 BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. $1.00 A PERFECT DAYLIGHT SERVICE CURES INDIGESTION, HEADACHE,

expending about two thousand dollars of people. $700,000,000 worth of timber destroyed BETWEEN
valuable time, and some dollars worth of annually make the wood-chopper TER Invariably Cash in Advance. FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH.

printing, in the passage of a bill to furnish and the uplifted ax the emblems of our Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United -- DIARRH03A, DYSENTERY,

a Sergeant of the United States infantry with country's spirit of destructiveness. Says Dr. States and Canada.. The Steamer St. Nicholas PAINS in the Stomach and Bowels,

fifteen dollars worth of clothing in lieu of Felix L. Osneld in the April number of the #
apparel he lost in a hospital fire ten years North American Review : In two centuriesthe ONE DOLLAR FOR TWELVE MONTHS. and MALARIA, by warming and stimulat-
ing the Stomach and Bowels into
-- a healthy
lumbermen of the United States have
1884. Premium Copies 1884. action. Sold by
National Academy of Sciences is now killed as many trees as the inhabitants of to Getters Up of Clubs PALMER BRO'S,

holding its annual session here at National Southern Europe felled in two thousand For the Baltimore Weekly Sun." Centre Street, Fernandina, Fla.

Museum and distinguished scientistsare years between the foundations of Rome and #0*Also, Agents for DOW'S JAMAICA

in attendance.many The various the conquest of Grenada. In another articlewe Five Copies............................._........$ 5.00 GINGER ALE, the only Ginger Ale made
reading With an extra Copy' of the WeeklySun FERNANDINA EVERY MON- without peppei. 22
papers on such subjects, for instance as The intend to show the relations which for- one year. LEAVES and Friday! mornings,

Sufficiency of Terrestrial Rotation to Deflect ests have to climate and rain-fall.-New TEN COPIES.................................... 10.00 on arrival of trains from JACKSONVILLE

Hirer Courses" followed occasionally" by Brunswick Fredo7t i n.n. With an extra copy of the WeeklySun CEDAR KEY WILDWOOD, at 9.30, .
one year, and one copy of the arriving at Montgomery at G.30 p. m.; con-
strictly subject matter questions addressedto Notice. Daily Sun three months. necting there with the City Suburban Rail-

the essayists, are proceeded with in sucha Post-Office FIFTEEN COPIES........................... 15.00 way for SAVANNAH, arriving at 7.10.
manner as to remind the casual spectatorof Office Hours-From 8:00 A. M. to 6:00 p. M. With an extra copy of the WeeklySun Leave SAVANNAH every Tuesday,Thursday -
Sunday hours, 10:30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. one year, and one copy of the and Saturday mornings arriving Fer-
a college class studying up in double nandina at 6.00 connecting with trains
Orders and Registered Letters from Daily Sun nine months. p.m.;
quick time for an examination.At Money and from 2:00 THIRTY COPIES ..... .............. ........ 30.00 for Jacksonville Cedar Key and Wildwood.
8:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M.; p. M
a meeting yesterday of the House to 3:30 P. M. With an extra copy of the Weekly -- I / fa
Sun and of the Sun .,
Committee one tfopy Daily
law of
on the election
respecting ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. one year. The Steamer David Clark Will be mailed to all applicants and tocustomers
President!! and Vice-President, a propositionto Transit & Peninsular Railroad of last FREE vear without ordering it.

limit to twelve months the time Arrives daily except Sunday........ 4:00 p. M. V Will leave Fernandina every Tuesday and It contains illustrations, prices, descriptions and
during will find the above and Flower ."
Brings mails from the North, the Getters up of Clubs Friday evening, touching at Brunswick and directions for planting all Vegetable ; ,
which a Cabinet officer perform the Seeds,Plants, etc. Invaluable to all c .
may Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular Darien arriving at Savannah the following DETROIT,
duties of President was acted on favorably.It railroads. terms the most liberal that can be offered bya morning. D. M. FERR & Ditch. :: / -

provides that if the duties of the Presi- Closes daily except Sunday........... 6:00 A. M. Leave Savannah every Monday and Thurs-
dency fall Takes mails for the North, the day evening, arriving at Fernandina the following .
member the Cabinet .
upon a First-Class Journal.
Gulf coast, Transit and Peninsular day.Through .
more than twelve months before the next roads.Leesburg tickets sold to New York Philadelphia FIRE WOOD AND LUMBER !

ensuing Presidential election he shall Issuea train arrives daily.......... 8:30 A. M. SINGLE COPIES.by mail. .... ............3 Cts. Boston, and Baltimore.For ..
tickets and state-rooms, apply to
proclamation Brings Western mail only. : \'l::
for session. Mr.
a special W. B. TUCKER, Agent FOR SALE CIIEAP :

Eaton was directed to report the propositionto Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad- The safest method of transmitting money Office foot of Centre Street,

the House as an amendment to the Senate Arrives daily except Sunday......... 8:50 A. M. Fernandina. Fla.J. EDGINGS AND SLABS,
Brings the Jacksonville and St.John's A. MERCIER, 10 cents per load.
bill providing for the performance of river mails. by mail is by check, draft or post-office .
General Passenger Agent.J.
duties of the office of President incase Arrives daily except Sunday......... 5.00 p. M. N. HARRIMAN Manager.OFFICES' .
pi !the removal, death, resignation, or inability Brings mails same as above. money order. $5 to $16 per M ft., .....

."both of the President and VicePresiuent. i- Closes daily except Sunday.......... 9:00 A. M. ,- Corner Bay and Ocean Sts.,Jacksonville, Fla. according to quality.

Takes the Jacksonville,St.John'sRher Address A. S. ABELL & Co., Publishers. Bull and Congress Streets..Savannah, Ga DRESSED LUMBER, .
and Northern mails. SON IRON BUILDING $12 to $20 per M. feet.
RECKLESS WASTEFULNESS. Closes daily except Sunday........... 5:30 P. }I. Baltimore Md.
Few think of the waste of our forests demanded Takes the Jacksonville,St.John's Orders Telephone promptly attended to.
river Northern and 'Vesternmails.Sunday All holders of the 8 per cent. (Freeland)
by civilization. We have a general CURTIS k CO. Bonds of the Florida Railroad Company are WILLIAM B. C. DURYEE,

impression that a certain amount of wood is MailJacksonville hereby notified to meet at my office. in the Steam Saw and Planing Mill.

necessary)' to supply fuel and building mate- and St.John's River, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, city of Fernandina, on Thursday, May 1st,

r'al. but the arrives....................................10:25 A. )I. ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA 1834, for the purpose of determining what Office foot Centre Street. 8
dependence of a thousand industries Northern mail arrives.................. 9:00 p. M. disposition shall be made of the remaining

!! on wood material is hidden from Jacksonville, St. John's River and Loans procured Mortgages negotiated Exchanges lands held by me for the, benefit of the

the general view To show the value of the North, closes................".... 6:00 A. M. effected. Bounds still outstanding, and to provide for -FOP.- .

forests: Jacksonville and St. John's River accrued expenses on same. if -
affil not to speak of their connections only- closes.- ............................. 4:00P.M.-- .Mill Sites, Town Lots from 25 feet to 4 tf. M. A. WILLI\MS, Trustee. _', __
climate and ruin-fall, we will give a acres, Lands and Plantations from 5 to 5,000
Fernandina Fla. March 20 1884.M .
St. River ,
few r !t oa.INERY: :
for sale. }j
statements made up from the last census St. Mary's' and Crandall, arrives acres, < I_ .

and the Report of the Department of Agri- :Monday and Thursday..............7:00 A. M. N. B.St.. Mary's having been selected RS. DR. WM. BAKER'S \,I -.

cult ure. A careful and trustworthy estimate i Arrives Tuesday and: Friday..........2CO r.M. as the terminus of the ..Atlantic&Jis5issippi t MAGNETIC LINIMENT.No OF ALL KINDS
of the Closes Tuesday and: Friday............3:00: I'. M. Canal (under the survey made for Govern- : ,
value, in dollars, of our annual 'and ) 'ednes- the humbug.. A sure cure for Rheuma- .
forest St. Mars Dungeness, ment by General Gillmore), charters for i .
)Products, fixes it at about $700,000- day and Saturday, arrives.........11:00 A. )t. construction of which having been grantedby tism, Neuralgia, Deafness, Malarial Fever, Go to F. M. Robinson; '

000. This is larger than the value of the Closes Wednesday and: Saturday... 3:00: p. M. the United States Government and the Nervousness Chills and Fever' Catarrh,

COrn crop of 18SO which St.Mary's only! ,Monday and Thursday Legislatures of Georgia and Florida, a large Quinsy Diphtheria etc. Price, two dollars 1IA1IUPACTTJS3B: and DEALER
was $679,714,499. arrives...........................2:00 P.\I. increase in the value of adjacent lands maybe der bottle: For sale at 184 Duffield street >
b than' the value of the wheat crop of Closes Monday and Thursday.8:00 A. M.SAML. ... confidently looked for.1 (Sec New York Brooklyn, N.Y.. and at Horsey;! Go's drug,
Wh l, which! wasL }l74, l'SX '" c think T. RIDDELL. P. M. Sun, 27-3-83.) store! Address Box 17J, Fernandina, Fla. I II JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,: ,
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.1i THE FLORIDA MIRROR :. APRIL 26,, 1884.

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.I. THE FLOKIDA AJ.IUUOK. party pledged. to revenue reform. A APPROPRIATION FOR THE EXPOSiTION Florida has just been consummated, The City Council.An .

",' comparatively small minority influenced BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. as will be seen by an article we copy adjourned meeting of the City t Council
: ,1' by fear or ..fa.or.may ally from the Savannah News. was on Wednesday evening last.
Subscription, 82 per yea ; six months, 81. : Our esteemed cotemporary the ;FlorIda Present: G. F. Avery, President t". Aldermen
1 t .... themselves with the almost- solid republican : Before the connection made by the lIot.Ic\ iffi '*
I ,aia'suggests that the several J Kelly, llobinson, Dorsev
,. :{?,;::' 11;1}, Office-- corner, Centre and First streets,second floor.. phalanx, and prevent the Boards of CountyCommissioners. Savannah, Florida & Western Rail- 4.u&till ahd Kfng.
:r' :'i.f KATES OF ADY RTISING. passage of any bill. road. with, Florida via Live Oak all Upon motion of Alderman Robinson the
for'the Orleans
,;":.z':. Ten cents a line for the first, and fire cents for Be it 'so. The democratic party money :.New, the travel into- Florida came either petition of the Messrs.Loomis abatement

..;, ,,::: each subsequent insertion. Exposition. This they have undoubt- of taxes, which ''was tabled at the meetin<*
:ti t Special local notices, 15 cents a line. stands upon its record for revenue reform by steamers inland from Savannahor April 2d taken of
; edly a right to do out of their own was up, and the matter
<""* ? Reading notices, 25 cents a line. and the republican party its outside from Charleston. This referred -
'l: on to the Finance Committee.
',,\';'. ,t Special rate for time advertisements upon application pockets, but not.out of the trust funds
,,Ji I.za '.r at the office. record for Protection'-::-a high.tax committed route fell into comparative disuse The Finance Committeee, to whom had I
: _, to their care.
,i ->JT.uirju-j-j-tf ojCommunications- been referred the bond of
? '' Emil 0.
., f.... upon all matters of local inter party. Section 19, Act V. of the Constitu- after the railway route was short- recommended that the same be accepted Friend I
,:fJ ::. est solicited from all parts of the county and from :Many democrats are afraid of.the ened via Waycross owing to the de- I
recorded in
tion the office
'; :I along the lines of Florida railways. provides "That the Govern:shall of the clerk of the
: All communications Intended for publication capital and money power of the re- appoint ,five County Commissioners tentions and consequent loss of time Circuit Court which was agreed to.Dlr. .
'.;, should be addressed to the Editor; all 'business; publican protectionists. No doubt caused by low water obstructions Kelly, chairman of the Committee on
"S I each of whom shall hold his office for
.. 41a letters simply to THE FLORIDA MIRROR.SATURDAY 'I Streets
i: : was granted further time to
and will be
capital employed mainly at Marsh.A perfect
money Romney
,-,;. two years, and the duties of each shall lease of the park. I

',.IfA.' I ; APRIL 26; 1884.THE freely, as in times past, by the. republican be, presciibed by law" short suburban line of railwayhas The bond of Mr. Thomas Kydd as treasurer

I leaders to retain their possessionof 1 *. Hl Jt been for' time in -
: some operationfrom was accepted, and ordered
:J ST. JOHNS MUSTGET IT ALL. These duties are distinctly pointed
It is to be remembered Savannah to The:following resolution, offered
y. power. Montgomery on by Alderman
) ,: We do not object to the Times- out in :McClellan's Digest, page 315-.
Unh that the Robinson, was adopted : I
owever, great"Vest is largely the coast-a point some 30 or 40
'-:'... ion for the of the 316 as follows : Resolved That the Finance Committee
; battling improvement be
,settled with an agricultural 1 population, ,. miles nearer to Florida than by the i instructed to direct the late treasurer to
John's bar but doubt SEC.2. "The Bgrml oT County Commissioners turn
'1 -
we very over all funds and books in his
intelligent enough to understand that Romney Marsh route. possession
of each fu the .
:> much its wisdom in its mode of doing ; county State shall have his successor as soon as the totter bond
they are taxed ,excessively for the support i power, at any legal meeting, to elect one of Recently the experiment has been has been perfected and'l ecorded. ., .'

:: so. of Eastern manufactures. The their number chairman, and to make such successfully tried of making the in A communication was received from

. :f.. In its issue of the 22nd it virtually present democratic majority in Congress other orders concerning the case and the land steamer connection at Mont :Mayor Pope, stating that in his judgment it

n : asks that the St. John's Bar Improve- improvement the corporate property of was not advisable to reduce the police force.
} .j' ;: is due to the appreciation of this gomery. It will be seen that this The
' .' "" the county as may be deemed expedient. Committee on Fire Department, to
ment shall be the only
{.:; improvement .
:\ fact. First. To build and keep in repair county new route was so favorably regardedthat whom was referred the communication of

I lJ 1 considered for Florida, and shall ab- A party to command success must buildings, roads and bridges. the railway has been purchased, C. V. Hillyer. in relation to certain bills for

";: i 1 sorb the entire amount which Florida have a clearly defined policy; a plat- Second. To cause county buildings to be and that arrangements are being per- buckets used at the late fire, reported that

: is to receive in the River and Harbor insured in the name of the treasurer of the in purchasing the buckets Mr. Hillyer was
form of negations will not attract attention fected by which inland steamers
'1 Bill. It makes the modest demand county fur the benefit of the county, when- acting for the interest of the insurance com

'. or secure adhesion. The ever the same shall be deemed expedient; which shall be elegant rapid and up panies, and that Council was in no wise responsible -

; upon our representatives that the St. democratic party must have somethingthat and in case there are no public buildings, to to the requirements of the times, will for the claim. The report was

John's shall get it all. it proposes to do. That some- provide suitable rooms for county purposes. be put on, and the time shortened adopted.
:'f : It says : Florida share of the Third. To represent, the county in the Upon motion of Alderman McGiffin the
,' thing is reform in the methods of 'materially; perhaps to seven or eight
t. prosecution and defence of all legal causes. : president appointed Messrs, Kelly. Austin
total be
; ; to is
grand appropriated so
government and in the revenues. It Fourth. To have care of and o providsfor hours. and Dorsey a committee to examine into

", .;..,: 'I much. As.a matter of course if that purposes to relieve the people of unnecessary ,, the poor and indigent people-:,of the ." We hail,this new departure with the financial condition of the city, and

Ii : : is to be apportioned among a score or burdens, and to prevent the county. great pleasure as being, fraught with make such necessary recommendation in re

: '. two of claimants, the slice reserved for Fifth. To altgr;:lay-out.-establish, maintain gard to reducing the expenses as they' deem
( i accumulation of '
Fernandina d
surplus revenue by great advantages! to advisable.
:, vacate or discbntinueany road or highway
.... i a great public improvement like the onerous taxation upon the necessariesof in their respective countka. the interior of the State. The bids for contracts for scavenger ser

.:: St. John's jetties j must be pared down life. This is an issue which ap- Sixth. To grant license for keeping ferries We predict that if properly vice, etc., were referred to the appropriate

:.,": very thin." peals to the mass of the people. and toll-bridges for a te.'m of years not exceeding equipped, as we have no doubt it committees.The .

':,' Pensacola we is a clamorous ten, and to prescribe the rate of ferrizge board requested the Finance Come -
suppose The protectionists claim that they will be, the larger portion of th
find toll. mittee
: ; claimant. another Tam- to suggest some plan for the proper
: Apalachicola desire to protect the laborer engagedin Seventh. To order. the county clerk to travel which reaches Savannah by disposition of the same.

;. ,: pa another, Key West another-and manufactures. The revenue reform transcribe any book or books of record steamships will come into Florida a Alderman Hoyt introduced an ordinance

i! _',:.' perhaps Fernandina is also reckonedin democratic party claim that nineteen- I whenever the same are not prope-ly boundor by the inland route, and that a very entitled : An ordinance to provide for

the list far clamor are mutilated. further protection against fire which
i : although so as was
twentieths of the large proportion of the
people are engagedin outgoing
,1 : think the Times- Union in its Eighth. To fix and approve bonds of all read by its title, and referred to the Committee
goes we agriculture, and should much more count officers ; Provided, That the bonds travel in the spring will take this on Fire Department.
of the St. John's is .
: ,1( : advocacy jefctiss in all shall be in double Alderman
,, be protected. The voters belong to cases the amount route. Hoyt also introduced an ordi-

pre-eminently. clamorous. the majority. The minority cannot of money that may at any time come into nance entitled: An ordinance making ap

J, --1 Is it to be presumed that all of these the hands of such officers. SUGGESTION TO SHIP-OWNERS. propriations for the year 1S84, which was I
control the The
'i excellent and most of always majority. Ninth. Tu regulate the compensation of -- read by its title, and referred to the Finance
i important ports
majority are interested in a revenue the county clerk or auditor while acting: for WHY NOT USE "CAMELS" TO LIGHTER OVER THE Committee.
t. will theirclaims
commerce quietly yield reform. No one, is advocating free the county or the Board of County Commis BAn? The following resolutions, offered by Alderman

'1 1. for improvement to the de trade ,as, an issue-the. question is sioners. ? .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., April 17, 1S84. Hoyt, were adopted :
f ': mand of Jacksonville alone'? Tenth. To issue bonds in their respectivecounties To the Editor Times-Union : Resolved. That the Committee on Police
whether we are to pay' 50 cent. as be instructed to whether
per inquire the
for the purpose of erecting a courthouse I see by the pilots' that the wateron city
I { We do not believe the lirsesUn report i
marshal and
i police, when
.' I duties on the cost of what we purchase, ja'', and to fund the present out the bar steadily decreases in depth. I any service other than that on for duty the, perform for
:; ion represents the generous, intelligent or 25 per cent., provided that this 25 standing indebtedness and to prescribe the know from visits to Mayport that vessels l which! they receive compensation. city

>" .and most worthy element of its community rate of interest thereon ; Provided, That no lose much valuable time waiting to cross it. Resolved, That the Committee on City
per cent. is all that is needed to sup- Large vessels are now excluded. Congres Property be instructed
when it makes such a demand. bonds shall be issued except the same shall sional relief may not take effect by means of room with suitable to provide council
the Government lamps.
: port honestly be ordered by a majority! of the registered completed jetties for years.
The St. John river is bordered
t But these difficulties be and
ministered. voters in the respective countiE'S.EtClcnth. may cheaply
.:' but eight counties of the thirtyninecounties ; quickly overcome by the use of the "camel' HAPPY THOUGHT.One of the like
That ought to be an easy questionto To apportion and order the a contrivance used abroad. Two watertight
i ": :. .Z, ., of the State. It has one of solve. levy of all county tax in accordance with'I' scows lighters or ]hulks, are loosely liest of the "dark horses" whose
the law either for connected by chains that can be drawn chances are so good at Cincinnati isPostmasterGeneral
specific up
the poorest entrances we admit, but or general pug:
2 ,-* by windlasses. Water is admitted to them Gresham, whose energetic !
r; ;;._". .other portions of the State especially THE Thne.g-Union in its article poses. until they sink nearly to the water line. and business like administration of the ,
on Tu all
Twelfth. approve accounts against They are then run alongside of the vessel,
.. i ;. Pensacola at the west, and Fernandina the St. Johns bar says that unlessthat the counties before the same shall be audi one on each side, the chains under her bottom Postoffice Department has attracted the at

t ,;} .at the east, supply more than the depthof is ted by the cleik.Thirteenth. are tightened and the water thrown tention of the country. He would make a
jE improvement made the business
from the "camel" by steam candidate without
pumps or ejectors enemies and
j 1'E: .; : water expected to be obtained by of.Florida must all go to Savannah To perform all l other acts and costing only a few dollars. The vessel, whom it would be difficult to hurl against any j
,the at the St. John's and duties which iray.be: authorized and required buoyed up by the empty hulls of the "cam I
; jetties '
: are utterly ignoring the commerce by law." els," now draws only one-half or onethirdthe charges.-Times-Union, 22ndSIXQULAK \

,;, ,f' ,equally connected with the whole railway of this port. The Mallory steamer It wilLthus, be seen that the County over water the shallows she did before in safety and is The easily strain towed on COINCIDENCE.-Postmaster-Gen- i
': :-
i; system of the State. I San Antonio, of nearly; 2,000 tons Commiss.oners have no power whatev the vessel's hull between the chains isles safternoon's eral Gresham is expected to arrive on this
than the strain in moderate 2:30 train.-Times-Union 22nd.
a ,
For ask not exclusive sea.CHARLES
our own port we
burthen carried from to
i this port earlyyesterday er appropriate the taxes raised from E. AVERY.

'.. but equal consideration. Other morning 2,245 pack '3es of the people for any other purposes than Why not at once, in view of the necessity Presentment of the Grand Jury.

:,: ports are entitled to the same.The course 223 bales forimmediate relief, ask Congress for moneyto State of Florida, County of Nassau
vegetables, cotton 285 bar thoselimited and specifically
expressed. We the Grand
of the Union think is calcu deepen the inland will; Jury in and for the countyof
Times- passage, $250,000
I ; we rels rosin 47 ban-els Nassau do
I spirits tureen- They have each and all of them present as follows : AVe have
give a through channel of 12 feet at low tide visited the office of
.; lated rather to antagonize than to ad the collector but learned
tine, 50 barrels cotton seed oil, 38 taken an oath to support the Constitu the engineer reports. that the books were out of town, in the col
vance the interests of Jacksonville. bales 111 lector's possession. We examined the booksof
moss, gallons shrimps, 180 tion and laws of the State and however
I ;,I It is very certain that any Representative merchandise FLORIDA ,FRUIT IN NEW YORK. the assessor, and find them in good con
: packages: 20,000 feet desirable or excellent may be dition. The amount of taxes assessed in

: f.' in Congress who should lumber, 646 logs and 246 cases of the they cannot The New York Herald of recent date givesa Nassau county for State and county pure -
purpose, beyondthe
: '* t throw overboard all the interests of go complete and interesting estimate of th poses is 26770.36, of which there remained
cedar, thus illustrating the productsof power given by the law. importation of tropical fruit into that city uncollected up to April 19,1884, $167.29.
I the different sections ,of the State to Florida in all : We find upon examination that the pubis -
: i ; branches of produc We respectfully, suggest thereforeto during the past season. The report, it lic school-house is in a deplorable condition

: :.. i- ,',' discriminate in favor of one 'would' tion. With semi-weekly steamships our brethren o" the press that we to be regretted, only relates to importations, and unfit for school purposes, and would
I' find of and not to inland earnestly recommend that the county erecta
soon a very strong expression I the would : proper shipments and
shipments exceed the unite n u'g'pg suitable building their
: upon oqr peopleprompt on lot for a public
j ; consequently no estimate be
can gathered
: ; popular opinion as to such a course. school.
i 's carrying capacity of the steame rs. and united action, a liberal from it of the immense amount of fruit We have visited the .office of
the County
i All that the Timcs- Union i in
t ',.:. .. says The steamer also carried Treasurer and
( eighty pas subscription front corporations throughout shipped to the great metropolis from this have a.}a'statement, which we
I t reference the the improvement i enclose.*
; '
State. It is
l gratifying to ,gather, ihowever
sengers. the State and from individuals i in We find, after a careful examination that
: to the State is __ __ ._ from the Herald's article. that ,
even Florida
l': more -- every county in the State. is the jail of this county is very clean and in
i U' ': applicable to Fernandina bar. MR. KITTELLE is still keeping the Egmont gradually taking possession of this, her rightful good condition, with"the exception of one
,, <'.",, .) at Fernandina. If we urge this matter the peoplewill :1ndleitimate; trade. The Herald of the doors leading to one of the cells,
going Some
'j.f of visitors says :
Its affirmation that the whole our which -
is much in
;: !< : strong need! of repair.
1t' : who are on their home recognize the necessity and The fifteenth annual report of Inspector J.
.' way may not be We would further state that the public
business of the State the
/ ;:;pt depends on aware that the Egmont, is not only one of straightforwardness of this course. H. Bostwick on the fruit trade af the port of roads of the county are in .a very bad con I

t }. S':' Y..) St Johns and Jacksonville, and must the finest furnished but one of the best kept We at the New York has just been completed, and it dition. :,
.. I are prepared, time We close
t : otherwise go to Savannah, we need not hotels in the State. Then there is another in proper shows the wonderful growth of this branchof our thanks our to the presentment Solicitor for by his extending courtesy

_::" say is an unfounded statement, contradicted fact with which you may not be acquainted our journalistic capacity to givematerial trade. The import does not show that the and attention to the Grand Jury.

and that is Fernandina is one of the most aid. trade of 1883 and 1884 increased: any over CHARLES J. WESTBERG, Foreman.

by the every day commercial attractive places in the State. Great widestreets It must be quite evident that the that of 1882 and 1883, but this fact is not evidence *J. H. SAULS, Clerk.

J.f.I transactions through this port. shell drives, historic Cumberland Legislature or County Commissionerscannot of a decrease of consumption for the The report is,published elsewhere.

r We sincerely hope that St. John's Island with its romantic walks, Amelia transportation of frnitfrom; Florida has displaced Notice of Removal.

bar will receive a liberal share of the beach and its lovely twenty-mile drive: with I be relied upon to furnish the the foreign produce. Theproduction I beg to inform my friends and customers
old Neptune and the mermaids endeavoring means needed. of semi-tropical fruit in Florida the past that I have removed my place of business

appropriation with our own, and other to make you understand their unintelligible A popular subscription in year was much larger than in 18S2. .to the Swann concrete block near the foot

::. really important ports. mutterings, are some of the attractive attractions every There were nearly 16,000,000 fine oranges of hope Centre to street.merit Thankful for past favors
county will test the feelings of our a continuance of the same. ,
that will make you enjoy a few days : people received by the Mallory steamship line, the R. G. McQi-iTTY.
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TARIFF REDUCTION A DEMOCRATIC visit at this seaside resort.Tropical Paradise. and we beliee"they will respondall Charleston and Savannah steamship lines, Fernandina Fla., Apri118,1884.

q MEASURE. the more cheerfully because they and: about 500,000 pine-apples by the Mallory

will understand line and three sailing vessels.-New York Summer Silks,
The tariff discussion is now before We recognize, in the interesting article that it rests upon themto Herald. 40 cents a yard at

Congress. Whatever may be the fate relative to natural bridges In Florida, the furnish the requisite means. There has been an increase' of productionbut J. &:: T. KYDD'S.

i : of the Morrison bill, the democraticpartJ" graceful pen of our estimable friend, e xTHENETV, MONTGOMERY LINE. more of the fruit which formerly went Neat Goods.

4 stands:: before the country as a Comptroller Drew. A very important transaction for not West.via New York: now goes direct and is Large lines of new; goods in every depart

r i Ha : / ,: reported in New York. ment at ,: J: &:: T. KYDP'S.
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TRANSIT & PENINSULAR leaves-RAILROAD.' '. f'.. .::: "; ; ; ; ." :: ; :: ?*:;, x J i & rr' :.. KYDb :,

Train _
Dall'ass! "ger .: : '- .. . '
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F'?ccdarKevandWJld\\uod.nnd....... '" .' .,. ''' ':. I.. ,;... :' .t.ry", ..
Transit Road 7.20 a.m: t. 'F>r11- '' .' .t -s 'L>t- IiiJ'-ARE
ForSa\mnnhandallpoJl1ts all points on North :; ;' :. ; !., ; > ,.1,' .. '. > .' NOW RECEIVING LARGE SHIPMENTS OF

... ..............
iWcst ....... 7.20 a.in. >!..... i
Snnecting'at Callahan.) PAUL FUNKE'S-. :
1 Tallahassee,Pensacola,and all 7' ,' .- [, I NE-W-
For I
on1'cstern the Florida Central & '.. '
noints Railroad..... ;......... ... 7.20 a.m. _
_ connecting at Baldwin.: ) .. I 1 I H( t -I t It It If- r i-ni .1 t ,n,n t n--! i t i HH .

( Train arrivesFrom t I SPRING
DilII Cedar Passenger Key, Wild ood, and AND SUMMERI '

all Savannah on the and Transit all points Road.in:.. 3.50 p.in. 'DRY I GOODS EMPORIUM I't -

From the North and West..............- 3.50 p.m.From I :
Tallahassee, Pen '\coJa. and I
all points on the Florida Central ++++ ++t+++1Ht+++++ +++i +j t+++t-r-r'I1'I'i1 II !++ -+++++ ,

b Western r..aiJroad.- 3.50 p.m.. "

Cedar Key l 'ildwc od. and all ... .
For on the Transit Road........ C.40 p.m.
points Savannah and all points North FERNANDINA -: FLORIDA. GOODS anfl SILKS

For and West......."..;:..:."..;.......... G.40 P ': '. ,
connecting at Callahan.) -
the Florida Central & ,
Western llailroad..... ......_...... 6.40p.m.'
(connecting at Baldwin.: ) Dress Goods Silks Sa tines '. ,Lawns. Cambrics, Percales, Prints, White Goods.

Night Passenger; Train (r,it'U77., .' .." ,
From Cedar Key,-' \Wood: and'q_ ,; r" .' .
all points on the and Transit all points in:.. a. in.From FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, etc Laces and Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Insertings

the North Savannah and West.................. 8.25 a. in. .,.." ,'oJ;, ... '.. EULL LINE of the newest patterns.,

From all points Pensacola.on Florida Tallahassee Central, and& SILK PARASOLS AND LACE GOODS Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear-A large stock at bottom prices.

Western Railroad.-.................. 8.25a.m. Our for :Men
Spring Clothing and Youths has arrived, and for style
FEBXAXDIXA & JACKSONVILLE R.'K. (AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT.) and quality cannot be surpassed.Gents' ;

Train leaves daily, except Sunday-
Jacksonville... 9.50 a. in. and 6:00 p. m. HamburgEdging's Gloves and Mitts. Furnishing Goods-A fine assortment of all the latest novelties. .
Train arriwes daily, except Sunday fiWe are Special Agents for BROWNING
From Jacksonville..8.50 a. m. and 5.00 p.m. KING & CO., of New
Sunday only- ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OFGents' ,York, leading Clothiers. Suits made to order and fit guaranteed.
For Jacksonville ........................ 5.00 p. m. .
From Jacksonville....................10.25 a. m.. JB"" Call and examine our'stock and prices before sending off or purchasing -

SEA ISLAND ROUTE. Furnishing Goods( ":- elsewhere. Special, orders filled in New York by our resident buyer.

From Savannah:via Montgomery, ,

Steamer St. Nicholas, Tuesday, .' ... ,. T. dfc T.I : : I."'Y"JJ: : :)
Thursday and Saturday........... 6.00p.m. ',1 S'IKU ,
For Savannah, via Montgomery.Steamer .. CL.cr: :I: :. 'r bp,' ';, ; ,, : g I ; Northeast corner Centre and Third Sts.,
St. Nicholas, Sunday, >. I. .(, I rJ6@r rI.
Wednesday and Friday........... 9.00 a. m. NEW YORK OFFICE..-83 Walker St. } FERNANDINA, FLA. '. I
From Savannah by the Bridgeton, BOOTS SHOES HATS OAS ; .,,';
Tuesday and Friday................ 6.00p.m. ,. : .; : -
For:Savannah by steamer City of dgtl'Y: "! ,; '.. RIVER AND OCEAN STEIEERS.MALLORY'SSTEAMSHIP.
Bridgeton, Tuesday and Friday 6.00 p.nr ,
TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. : ..1 ',: '

For New York direct, by steamships LINE
State of Texas or City of !
San Antonio,Thurslav evening.............. =::3S0LD AT IMMENSE BARGAINS.E _
From New York direct by City of
San Antonio and State of Texas, FLORIDA AND NEW YORK.
every Friday........................... 3.00 p.m. -BYPAUL .

Steamer Martha leaves Centre street dock- 4 ---t 'r.,
For St. Marys and Crandall,Tuesday FUNIci- "I :," .
and Friday ....................... 2.00 p.m. '.(' ':,:: ,
For:St.; flrysI1 Dungencss, on OJ -.i.) "' ,<,. ,,
Wednesday and Saturday......... 9.35 a. in. 't:; ,=. .
Kir St. Marys only Monday and "
Thursday................................ 8.00 a. m. ':.J '. L
iticamer Martha arrives Jt.'i! ," .. .
I From St. Marys and Crandall, on ,:' .'I; --A'! : '.
Monday[ and Thursday............. 7.00. a.m. .. III
to. u.- ; s} '
From St. Marys and Dungeness,
on Wednesday and Saturday.... 1.00 p.m. _* + ; (
From St.:Marys only, Monday and

Thursday........................... ..... 2.00p.m. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS e s ,< ,

Wood, TFoocZ. r'

Having recently established a WoodYardnear -THE FINE STEAMSHIPS-
Dury c's mill, provided with all the
necessary machinery for sawingand splitting CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 1.O8O T<)NS.

FIRE-WOOD, 1V.cDE: : : 8 STATE OIL TEXAS, ': 1,543 TON .
lam now prepared to furnish Oak Wood, C.A..RONDELET, .. 1,508 TONS.
sawed to any lengths,for either stove or fireplace W ESTERN TEXAS, 1,210 TONS.

Valuable Orange Lands for Sale.
I Tracts containing twenty acres each of Have just received an entire new Stock in every department, from the ONE of the above STEAMERS will sail from FEIINANDINA FOR NEW YORK
cb.oice.high hammock land on Orange Lake THURSDAY AFTERNOON on arrival of afternoon trains from Jack-
suitable for orange growing and truck farming Northern and Eastern :Markets, and taking advantage of cash. pur- sonville, Cedar Key, and Peninsular Railroad. '

,are now offered for sale. These landsare chases, enables us to offer our entire stock at.such lowCOMPETITION."., ., This Line, having no Transfers between Fcriinndina and New
very conveniently situated for transportation York, offers the BEST AND QUICKEST TRANSPORTATION TO SHIPPERS OF
by water or rail and will be sold on FRUITS, VEGETABLES, and others.
I terms to suit purchasers. Titles are unquesti'mable. The traveling public are offered the advantages of a DIRECT LINE and UNSUR '
large' bodies. .
February 16. ]882. Fernandina, Fla.Absolutely ROAD for JACKSONVILLE, and thence by Steamers to all points on the ST.
We have endeavored to select the RAILROAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF PORTS OF FLORIDA; and with the

Latest and, Most Stylish Designs to be Found, TIIROUGII BILLS OF LADING TO ALL POINTS.For .

freight, passage rates, and schedules, or further information, apply to

and all ask is to call and for and the .
we give us a price yourselves, see FEIINANDINA, FLORIDA.C. .
I I 1 eeiria, a Pier 20 East River. New York. 51-

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Pure. Boots, Shoes, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths.;)

Tills rWDER never varies. A marvel PUKE AND OF GOOD QUALITY.ESPECIAL .
purity strength and wholesomeness.
rconomi cal than the ordinary kinds, WE HAVE JUST RECEIVEDa.oo
,imiSVottewld; in competition with the ." ir4!' .
,, of low test short weight, alum or +
+ -
'it 'lO iliac J+
;;,l'1 ') powders BAKING. 'Solel POWDER only in cans.LVL CO.. :PXmqES: : \.[. : -. aixrcs- 97. .., TEAS AND COPFEESf-I Ittfi

lOG Wall Street. New York. -+- i-

'jS'jWpSw: York, for health, business
MlLLius! Vi tin d first- On t null: *borne OTEL.cars-Location Xice: rooms central, excellent, neartat'utl'd ..?':,,: MODE KRO'S, GOODS, Received, Every Steamer.. .I

Libman moderate b Prices Turkish Electric) and o' .' :. .
and;: 41 westAddress DK. J'':.I'.MILtEU,39 18-1 -.. .. .. ', FERXANDIXA, FLORIDA. Cor. Second and Centre Sts.. FERN.NDIXlFLA.. -
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a 3 t : ; ; GENERAL DIRECTORY. BAKER.COUNTY. Crutchfield Ocala. With ---
'r.' .. 1 I Sheriff A. B. 1 I RAILROADS. Tampa Steamship Company's
': : County Judge-R. D. Davis, Sanderson.Clerk Ass stor of luxes-Henry W. Long. == ers for and from Key West. Monday eIll-

: : (v* United States Officers. -F.; J. Pons, Sanderson. Collecor of RelcuueV. F. Trantham DIE CARD Thursday;,, for Tampa and Innate.' and
Sheriff-U. C. Herndon, Sanderson. Ocala. T day and Friday Jl'on.
w ;r OF TIlE
,. Assessor of Taxes-A. J. W. Cobb, San- Superintendent of Schools M. L. Paine, For information respecting
4 .. A. Barnes Gainesville. routes
it : .. Regz.ster-L. Fort
derson. McCoy. etc., applyto General
.t \ Receiver-John F. Rollins Gainesville. FLORIDA RAILWAY NAVIGATION C03IPA5Y.In : Ticket Office sU"-
.' : : Collector of Ret.'enue-J. R. Herndon, San- MONROE COUNTY. dina, or to the Company's offices'ij2'
; ,. Surveyor-General-falachl Martin, Talla- .
.'.:. >: hassee. derson! County Judge-Chas. S. Baron Key West. Effect April 14th, 1884. son vill". :*
.: DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent of Scliools-Jas. D. Chalker,. 1 Clerk-Peter T. Knight Key West.

, Sanderson. Sheriff; George A. Demerritt, Key West. TRANSIT &; PENINSULAR DIVISION. FLORAL CITY ROUTE.>[
... 'Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter Maloney, Jr., (FERNANDINA: TO CEDAR KEY.) -
"''JIa.rsluJ. H. Durkee, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key West. CENTRAL &; WESTERN
(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, Time.) DIVISION
", ,,. .' < Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Mason: S. Moreno, ((JACKSONVILLE TO CHATTAHOOCHEE
':.' INTERNAL REVENUE.: Sheriff \V. W. Tumblin, Starke. Key West. GOING SOUTH. RivWESTAVARD. $,
'a : : Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent of SdLool --J1.; V. Harris,Key Day Pas M Pus. : .
Butler. West. A.M. P.M. No. 3. Xu

.t COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. Leave Fernandina.................. 7.20 6.40 ;\ Mail I.,
-, John W. Howell. Fernandina. Santa Fe.Superintendent. Leave Hartts Road Junction... 7.50 7.25 Leave JacksonvIlle....... ,.00 IHn
' ,;.." .- .... :.i"" / Edwin Higgins, Jacksonville. .., of .Schools-L. B. Rhodes, diua.County Judge-Hinton J. Baker. Fern! an- Arrive Callahan.................... S.38 8.25 Arrivefaldwin............ 8.10 pIn Sam slant
' ''gr : John F. House, St. Augustine. Starke. Clerk-J. Leave Callahan...................... 8.50 9.10 Leave Baldwin........... 9.00 pm

,. : ., ,,. BREVAKD COUNTY. Sheriff John A. Edwards A. Fe"rhandina. Leave Dutton.............-.... ..... 9.17 9.45 Arrive U Lake City..11.50 pnt 10.i '
Ellermann Fernandina.
.,?': Leave Brandy Branch............. 9.32 10.02 Live Oak.. .Oust aIll
, .' :;.:='t' State Officers. County Judge-James A. McCrory, City. nandina.Assessor of Taxes-Wm. H. Garland, Fer- Arrive Baldwin..................... 9.50 10.25 Madison !. 4.00un, 1L38am
''. Point. Leave Baldwin....................... 9.55 11.00 Monticello........ 5.30am 1.5i
; >1 :, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. of Revenue-Warren F. Scott. Fer- Leave Maxville......;............10.22 11.24 ;Tallahassee.3.00] a m 3.5.> pm

: ; f ; :' : : :: ...Governor-Win. D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff John H. Laws, City Point. nandina. ; Leave Highland....................10.40 11.48 Leave Tallahassee........ 8.40 ant Pm
. 'it'lt Lieutenanl-Governor-Livingston W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes Wallace R. Moses, Georgian botham Superintendent of Schools-I,. W. Higgin- A.M. Arrive Quincy .............10.20 a m 5:01' '

. .: :'" Key West. na. Callahan. Leave Lawtey........................10.55 12.07 Chatta. Rh.er..12.15 a III 6.15; Pm
':. 1:4'.i: !(" ..... Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal- Collector of Ret.'enue-A. D. Johnston, Or- ORANGE: COUNTY. Leave Tem pie's................... .11.10 12.29 (Ira!

..,t. .: I lahassee. lando, Orange county.Superintendent County Judge-J.M. Beggs, Orlando Leave Starke........................11.36 12.39 EASTWARD.No.. 4. Xo. .)
/ i ,F.1'. &t., Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. of :1,0013-)1.. E. English, Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. Leave Thurston; ................ ....11.48 12.57 Accom. Ilan

;' .;, :i I:: : Treasurer-HenryA.L'EugleTallahassee. Titusville., Sheriff Thomas J. Shine, Fort Reid. P.M. Leave Ch tt'chee River 2.00 p m 1O.lIa'/U, '
' .: :;t; Attomey-Gcneral-George P. llaney, Talla- CLAY COUNT Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort Arrive Waldo......... ..............12.08 1.25 Arrive.. Qume.r 3.45pm n'it aanat

,1.: It"l";' hassee. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Reid, :Fla.Colectol.'of. Leave Waldo.......................12.20 1.40 Tallahassee..... 5.19pm :? )
, '. 1 :r" Commissioner} of LauP., r. White. Park. Rct'enue-A. M. Hyer, Sanford. Leave Gainesville.................. 1.05 2.36 Leave Tallahassee 5.45 pm. pm
: t ." Leave Arredondo................... Arrive "".
I: Tallahassee. Clerk-J. T. Weston, Green Cove Spring. Sanford. 1.23 3.00 .. fonhcello......... 4.50 pin li,
: : 'j :;r: Ii. Superintendent of Public Instruction-E. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-John T. Decks, Leave Palmer......... ............... 135 3.15 Madison ............ 9.45 pm 3A.i PIU
1 ,',' ".f Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. Fort Reid. Leave Archer....................... 151 3.35 h Live Oak..l1.50 pm 5. Jl11I
1 &:. :< : AdJulantGeneral.E..Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-T. J. Browning. PUTNAM: COUNTY. Leave Bronson....................... 2.20 4.10 "' Lake City. 2.15am (r.; -6 /Jm,
., ?. + :.. .:.. ;' BUREAU OF .IMMIGRATION.: Collector of Revenue-A. S Chalker. Judge of Probate-B. Harrison Palatka. Leave Otter Creek.................. 2.57 4.58 U Baldwin o.20am s.,3:! pm
t ,
J f Schools R. W. Davis Leave Rosewood ................... Leave ] pm
; Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas- Superintendent of Clerk-W. F. Forward, Palatka. 3.30 5.44 Baldwin .......... 6.00am ...........,
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; ; (., ',:..;:..: Middleburg. Thomas Arrive Cedar Key.................. 4.00 6.20 Arrive Jacksonville....... 7.30am
i ;' see Sheriff Shally. I aoopm
. t t ..1: ;' : Clerk-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. COLUMBIA COUNTY. Assessor-A. J. Woods. GOING: NOi TH. Trains 1 and 2 daily ; Trains 3 and 4 dailv.
' t i '7(' J r ". Special Agent-Columbus Drew, Astor County Judge-W. M. Ives, Jr.,Lake City. Collector of Rcz.'cnue-Joseph Price. Day Pits. Xt Pas. except Sunday.

f' .,3:: H Building, Jacksonville. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Public Schools-J. W. A.M. P.M. A special train will leave Jacksonville: at

" 1' 1'4 SUPREME COURT. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Strickland. Leave Cedar Key........... ......... 7.00 7.50 8.45. every morning. to make close connec
.'\ Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-A. D. Brown;Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. Leave Rosewood...."................ 7.32 8.30 turn with the Day Passenger Train on the
I .A"s ..t: j Chief Justice.-E. M. Randall, Tallahas- Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. County Judge-W. H. Parker, Perry. Leave Otter Creek................. 8.03: 9.10 Transit & Peninsular Division, arriving ni
Jtl.tice-J. Westcott, jr.
:t Associate : Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sheriff Green B. Weaver, Perry. Leave Bronson........... ........... 8.39 9.50 Baldwin at 9.45 a.m. Retnrnin h,l ogre Bald-
A. : see. Lake City. Clerk-John .C. Calhoun Perry..' Leave Archer...........'............ 9.07 10.25 win at 1.25 p.m., arriving nt Jacksonville at
; i :fl Associate Ju.stice-R. B. Van Valkenburgh, DUVAL COUNTY. Superintendent of SC/LOols-T. J. Faulkner, Leave Palmer....................... !9.23 10.47 2.00 p.m.
:'a'' '." 1 t\ ..: Jacksonville. County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack- Perry. Leave Arredondo.................. 938 11.07 Only line with SOLID TRAINS Jacksonville
; / ., Clerk-0.H. Foster, Tallahassee. sonville. County Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry. Leave Gainesville. ................::10.00 11.45 to Pensacola daily ; and Pullman Sleepers

'J .j CIRCUIT JUDGES. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. County SUTt'clor-D. N. Cox, Perry. Arrive Waldo...... .... :...........10.42 12.40 Jacksonville to New Orleans dailvjZS5 .
!I .ft j't i First Circuit'-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- S/LCTiff-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. Collector of Rel'enue-J. B. Hardee, Perry. A. M. Take the FLORAL CITY ROUTP,

".<1 .T' sacola. Assessor of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- Assessor of Tares-R. L. Henderson.ST. Leave Waldo..............;'.........10.52 2.00, the NEW SHORT' LINE via the Florida
; 1 Second. Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahassee. sonville. JOHN'S COUNTY. Leave Thurston....................11.13 2.30 Central and Western Division..
: *Lr' Collector of Rct.'enue-oses J. Brown, "'". Leave Starke.........................11.48 2.47
.' ';1,. Third* Circuit E. J. Vann,.Madison. Jacksonville. County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus- Leave Temple's ....................11.55 2.55 ST. MARK'S BRANCH.

;'" Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Rus- tine. P. 1\1. (TALLAHASSEE TO ST. MARK'S.)

Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. .........................
4 ", : ville.'Fifth. sell Jacksonville. Leave Lawtey 12.17 3.20 Leave Tallahassee.................. ... 8.00am
'. vtrcuillomas P. King, Gaines COUNTY. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine Leave Highland....................12.33 3.40 I Arrh.e'V akulla..
4a: vine.I J. Stewart Assessor of Taxes A. D. Rogero, St. Leave Maxville: ....................12.53 4.05 : Arrive St. Mark's......................... !y.30am II ill
3. Sixth"Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. County Judge-Henry Jasp r.Gle1'kJ. Augustine. Arrive Baldwin ..................... 1.20 4.40 Leave St. Mark.
i I. f', Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cocke, Sanford Caldwell, Jasper. Collector of Retenue-J05eph F. Llambias, Leave Baldwin........ ............ 1.25 5.20 Arrive\\akulla I ... a.m

.!; .\.. Sheriff Samuel Altman Jasper. St. Augustine. Leave Brandy Branch............ 1.45 5.40 Arrive Tallahassee ... i\\\\
.\ '\,. 1 Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Duncan, Jasper. Superintendent of Schools-C. F. Perpall, Leave Dutton........................ 2.00 5.55 11.20 am

.' FIRST CIRCUIT. Columbia County.Superintendent SUMTER COUNTY. Leave Callahan..................... 2.35 6.55
t Schools-J. W. Reed Jacksonville with
of Waycross Line for
Leave Hart's Road .. 3.20 7.50
L t< Fall Term- County Judge-J. R. Steele, Leesburg, all points North and East With
t ;. Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. Jasper. HERNANDO COUNTY. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg. Arrive Fernandina................. 3.50 8.25 dina &; Jacksonville Short( ; Line the for Fernan Fernan

'Iii. '.1 f Walton, 4th Monday in October. W. L. Frierson Brooks- Sheriff-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg. Jl&t'" Day Passenger daily except Sunday; dina ; and with Steamers for all points on
,, : \14' :.'. Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday ville.County Judge- Assessor of Taxes-A. B. Goodwin. Night Passenger daily.PENINSULAR. the St. Johns River St. Augustine, etc.
in October. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Hutchinson, At
S ; Baldwin, with Florida Transit & Peninsular
Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville.
Washington 2d Monday after 4th Monday Sumterville.
." ,) ; Division for Gainesville, Ocala, Fer-
Sheriff-J. B. Mickler Brooksville.
in October. Schools A. H. Helven-
: Superintendent of DIVISION.
;4 ; nandina. Cedar Key, and all Gulf Ports.
Assessor laxes R. J. Brooks-
t: Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in of Bradley, ston, Sumterville. At Live
vill e. (WALDO TO WILDWOOD AND LEESBURG.). Oak with the Savannah, Florida

:.Kf1'1 ''\.. October.Escambia 1st Monday in December. Collector of Revenue-F.M. Hedich, Brooks SUWANEE COUNTY. GOING SOUTH. & Western Railroad.
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.'. Tallahassee with St. Marks Branch
This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live Day Pas. JV Pas. Railroad
.... 10 1879, and does not change the Superintendent of Schools-A. M.C. Russell, Oak.ClerkRobert P.M. A.M. on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat-
Fort Dad A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Waldo.......................12.25 1.40 urdays.At .
1 t; :- Spring Term. Sheriff John R. Sessions Live Oak. Leave Dixie.........................12.47 2.10 Chattahpochee River, with the Pensa
J" ):' THIRD CIRCUIT. HILLSBOROUGII COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-G. W. Olmstead. Leave Hawthorne........... ..... 1.03 2.33 cola &; Atlantic Railroad for Marianna. Pen

i;; Spring Term- after 1st Monday in County Judge-H. I,. Crane Tampa. Collector of Revenue-Wilson H. Sessions, Leave Lochloosa.................... 1.20 2.57 sacola, Mobile, Montgomery, New Orleans,
{ .: j, : Taylor, 1st Tuesday Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Welborn. Leave Orange Lake................ 1.45 3.28 Louisville, and all points West, Southwest,

i',; April. 2d in Sheriff D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones Leave Sparr's........................ 2.00 3.47 and Northwest and with all boats for Apalachicola -
t-:'; Madison, Monday in April. Assessor of Taxes-Hugh GallagherTampa. Live Oak. Leave Anthony Place............ 2.12 4.03 Columbus and Eufaula.
'1. t Hamilton, 4th Monday April. Collector of Revenue Warren A. Givens, The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route
d 1,, Suwanee 1st Monday after 4th Monday VOLUSIA COUNTY. Leave Silver Spring............... 2.48 to
,. Tampa. County Judge-James H. Chandler Enter- Leave Ocala................. ........... 3.05 4.45 all points 'Vest.Through .
i;; in April. Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson Tickets and Sleeping Car Berths
Leave Lake Weir Station........ 3.45 5.40
3d after 4th Monday prise.
;' .Columbia, Monday Tampa. Clerk-John W. Dickins Arrive Oxford........................ 4.00 6.00 secured at Company's Depot Ticket Office,
Vt: in April. Gth after 4th Monday JEFFERSON. Sheriff W. A. Cone Enterprise., Enterprise. Leave Wildwood................... 4.15 6.51 and at new office southwest corner of Bay
Tuesday ,
.'. ";'i l in Lafayette April. County Judge-J. B. Christie, :Monticello. Assessor of Taxes-S. D. Hodges, Glen Arrive Leesburg..................... 4.55 7.35 and Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
; Sheriff T. B. Simkins, Monticello. ,
1 Fall Term- Cove. GOING NORTH.
{ll Gen'l Ticket and Pass.
Clerk W. C. Bird Monticello. Agent,
I after 1st : in Collector Rct'enue-P. N. Glen
: Taylor, 1st Tuesday Monday of Bryan, A.M. P.M.
Fernandina Fla.
5' October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Cove. Leave Leesburg...................... 6.20 6.00 ,
:',.: Madison, 2d Monday in October. Monticello. Superintendent of Schools-L. D. Huston, Leave Wildwood.... .............. 7.00 6.55 Master of ,
a- Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Trea.surer-\V. M. Girardeau, Mon Enterprise. Leave Oxford......................... 7.17 7.08 Transportation Baldwin Fla. '.
<. Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday ticello. WAKULLA COUNTY. Leave Lake Weir Station...... 7.20 7.40 ,
.., in' October. Collector of Ret.'entte-J. H. Tucker, Mon County JudgeW. A. Giles, Crawfordville. Leave Ocala........................... 8.05 8.42 General AgentJ3cksonville
1, '\ Columbia, 3d :Monday after 4th Monday ticello. Sheriff-Charles Aligord Crawfordville. Leave Silver Spring................ 8.22 Traveling Fla.
Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, Wau- ......... ,
.' October. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville. Leave Anthony Place 8.48 9.28 D. E. )MAXWELL
;,' : Lafayette, 6th Tuesday after 4th Monday kcenah. Superintendent of Schools-E. Y. Watts, Leave Sparr's......................... 9.00 9.45 General Superintendent .
.i1' in October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Crawfordville. Leave Orange Lake............;.. 9.15 10.08
1. ; FOURTH CIRCUIT County' Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treasurer- W. Walker Craw- Leave Lochloosa.............. ..._ 9.37 10.45 Fernandina, Fla.
J I.: 1 Spring Term- Sheriff J. J. Johnson, Old Town. fordville. Leave Hawthorne.................. 9.55 11.15

M ;.i i! St. Johns 2d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Neal McAlpin, New Troy. Collector of Rct'enue-R. C. McMillan,Craw- Leave Dixie...........................10.12 11.35 TIIE NEW STORE.'
in March. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.RamseyNewTroy.
.:; i Clay, Tuesday fordville. A.M.
.It I Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April.Baker Assessor of Taxes-H. H. Walker, Craw- Arrive Waldo..10.36 12.15 I
'. :.: :,\ 2d Tuesday in April County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New fordville. JI&r Day Passenger daily except Sunday; :::B W. F. WOOD, Jr., }} S I

I. i; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Troy. Night Passenger daily.F. II
; '1 Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Collector of Ret.'enue-Adelbert S. Ackley, I

,", Fall Term- Old Town. Professional and Business Cards.E. -! Proprietor, j- E

,:' ?j l:: ,,; .. >. St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Assessor of Taxes-David R. Townsend, &; J. SHORT LINE DIVISION.

..;;t.:, Clay Bradford, 4th, Tuesday 1st Tuesday in September.in October. New Troy., LEON COUNTY. LEROY JONES, :3I.D., (FERNANDINA: TO JACKSONVILLE.) C> C>

? .' :, Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. County Judge-Wm. P. Byrd, Tallahassee. GOING SOUTH.
1' ."i:' .' Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A.. Moseley, Tallahassee. SURGEON Leave Fernandina... 9.50 a. m. f 0.00 p. m. -r :IIAND :
,:1 ; 'n,;' : ,', 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
'n 1"-.1. ? .>.iJ''ll> : ; FIFTH CIRTjIT.Spring Superintendent of Schools Henry N.Felkel, Arrive Jacksonville.11.35 a. in. 7.20 p. In.
t : "- s s
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l# lli"ll'j.i' ;r. : Sumter, 3d Monday in March. Treasurer J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Leave Jacksonville.. 7.30 a. m. 3.15 p. m.

.'i, ;;; ;. .. Marion, 4th.Monday in March. Collector of Revenue-C. C. Pearce, Talla- II Calls answered promptly day or night,and Leave Hart's Road... 8.21 a. m. 3.45 p. m.
1 '., f .,.;t f Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday inc hassee. I Medicine furnished without extra charge. Arrive Fernandina.. 8.50a.m. 5.00p.m. S Swr
Assessor of Taxes-G. A. Croome, Tallahas-
March. 3 daily
$ except Sunday.
:1' J, Office hours m.'until 8 1
,1 .. t :-a. ; p. ll. to 2
1 :,:, ". Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in see. and 7 to 8. 22 ly* SUNDAY EXCURSION. s:
4 I after 4th in Leave Jacksonville: ..................... 9.00 p. m.
Alachua 4th Monday Monday Clerk-J. M. Barco Bronson.
1 DR. W. E. SNYDER, Arrive Fernandina.....................10.25 a. m.
: :... .., March. Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson. Leave Fernandina...................... 5.00p.m. C> CC >
: Fall Term Assessor I
Taxes Louis Bronson.
j of
i 1st in October. Appell, 8m 5w Arrive Jacksonville.................... 6.25p.m.
-1 1 7), < Sumter, Monday Collector of Revenue-B. B. Barco Cedar. Z nt'J
1 ,f :'..y'\: Marion, 3d Monday in October. Key. 0H > Fernandina, }} EJJ3
+ ;: -\O'i.;-; Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- 8 = CONNECTIONS.AT .

',t t,:; '. '.:: :. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. hall, Bronson. ct'J : Cor. Centre & Third. }} S
\ Alachua 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in _
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; Z
t 3 ; November. =; FERNANDINA, FLA.,
9 'I i!: 'i I.: : SEVENTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-R. )f. Witherspoon, Madi -=-- With New York and Fernandina Steam- flirTllE NEW STORE.

j : Spring Term- son.SheriffS. r:1: r r :- ship Line from New York on Tuesday, and -
Orange, 4th Monday in January.Volusia A. Parrimore, Madison. ... for New York on Thursday. .
"M.; c 3d Monday in February. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison With Sea Island Route from and to Savan- BOOKS AND STATIONERY.

.' '. Brevard, 1st Monday in March. Superintendent of Schools-Samuel J. Perry, W. K. BAUKXIGHT, nah and Brunswick, daily except Sunday.AT '.

I" Dade, 3d Monday in April. Madison. AGENT.WHOLESALE CALLAIIAN.
Fall TermOrange County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison. HORACE DREW
Collector of RetcntUB. D. Wordsend AND RETAIL To and from Savannah and Charleston,
: : 2d in ,
Monday August.
] Madison. AND STOCK DEALER, and all points North and West, daily.AT .
S. ; : Volusia 2d Monday in September. BUTCHER IDoolcseller, Stationer,
: '(1 ai i; ; :.. Bre\.ard.4th Monday in September.Dade Assessor of Taxes-'\". P. Thompson, Mad ANDDealer BALDWIN, FLA., -*-* Printer and Binder.

...t'j': -' ,' '. :" : 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,

.,. .; :: >:',:,' .: County Officers. County Judge-Z.-T. Crawford, Manatee. BROOM STREET WHARF, daily. School Books and Orange Wraps
,1. ': ii.t AT HAWTHORNE,
Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee. '
.. t ::,' .:,,'. ..:.. '" County Judge-Junius C. Gardner. Gaines- Sheriff ..\. S. Watson, Pine Level. 19-tf ? FERNANDINA. FLA. To and from Palatka daily except Sunday NOW A SPECIALITY.jZS5 .
Assessor of Taxes-W. P. Parish, Braden- AT WILDWOOD
ville. i
( : .
'--' .. JAMES ,
..:1 < '<',:: : :' a verk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. With Stage Line to and from Brooksvilleand .
', Sheriff-S.; C. Tucker, Arredondo.Asfeswr Popash.Superintendent Collector. of Revenue-Marion. G. Carlton, CONTIL\.CTOn. AND BUILDER Tampa daily except Sunday.AT -' Lib oral discounts to Teacher anti

:' of Tl.U'eII.. Wienges, Gaines-
.1 of Schools-Felix. J. Seward CED.KEY, FLA., Trade. free tin)
," ',1. ville.CHltctaritf'Revenue Special prices and Catalogue
r ; Alachua Street between Second and Third
I Pine Level. With Morgan Line
> for
"f i : Steamships Key
II.C. Denton Gaines-
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: .:". ,':.. MASON COUNTY. FERNANDINA, FLA. West and Havana every Saturday: for New application. .

': > : ville.uptriateAdeHt f St\wk.....,\\'. N. Sheats Orleans every Friday ; from Key West and .. :'',,..,:.50/W. BAY STREET,
:: '" .;.L:. # I I County Jfuge-Samuel.F. Marshall Ocala. Orders and estimates from a distance. ,, ;
Havana ,
.-' ,t".. .'; ," 0 3m cs\"ll1e. *'. Clerk-Robert Bullock Ocala. I care- every Friday : from New Orleans ., :-- .'O.-' i" ? -; ,. .,,
1- ;
; fully attended to. 25-tf FLA'K -
every Saturday X.z- /:, ,_ JACKSONVILLE.
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A PELIKNTI.DYSPEKTIC' "S LAYER PODDING.'ciutis Adopted by the Board of Health of Port .of ,: : -h; ; ':', : -:>.: ..',; :., 11 -. A.nLISI-.IED 187lS.
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Fernandina and Nassau Florida '. I M .1." ",,''.: s.ft .J'Jt" .J-'" ., 'if'r1 ) -:
County, u. .
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cake is made < Ji ; .. ; -' ( \
by : .. 1
cake for layer March 29th, 1884. '''''''' f At'j'$" ;",; tr'r', ,,. ; _J'f" }tJ :."Yi-. --
dell ; l. .. ,, ; .
.V whole eggs and the whIte of theta ... ....... .. ,_" ..., .. ..' ", .! ; :... "',1' -",<,., : ; ': ,' : '. ,>, /, .."
vn:; two and ': e.Hi" : > -'. ,*> JorF"; ';ftl'; :ft. ;:. t5...ik. a., l 4tyal'. ... .: .-:: >.'it. >:iS J' .' DRUGS
ism beat the whites one large cup SECTION 1. During the quarantine season ... ... .,- .-.,0.-"<;. :.' ..':,'- "" ...., anHORSEY MEDICINES
thirdci-n. | then add half a cup ofrfsllgannd .... :." ,.... ,,'..;::'J'.4..... ;, ..q1 J.., .!f>;i'i:.<:. t1ft# .riA". ri'i.r. ,' ;, )"-h"'"" >' '!"'
ntillight. it shall be the duty of the pilots to conductto .1. ; :4' ..' : : .
., ... r "' jt"f_ <>: : : ; <; ... : .. .
in 'o < ",'"' ;-< H., : : ;:: .';; f, .
then -i
all until light: put ". '... 't;, ::.t"i ., ." '!;.i't. ,,ti,, ; 't,l' 'syfk'Y .
beat all '
the quarantine grounds vessels arriv- .- .:, I ,)': ," ',.t.j.-., .. }a :r 'r.'.i 'i."' "'""'.< .1 "
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buff teacupful of sweet milk. Put theb:11 ing in the harbor of Fernandina! except the '' '\" 0' .h..i< Q)' t f> 'i ..i l '. :, J" ., '
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: a wd r with the flour in about the lines of coastwise steamers, and bring t.o. ; .' : ;> ; r"'i:1: : : ;::/: t': ; .; : ; : ;' ,". C ::: ", '. ,.' & CO.,
b i Son two teaspoonfuls of powder to anchor at such quarantine grounds all such ;. i J \H\H; "'; '.f' ': .r1 :f4 1<:<;.:. !'f-.lr'll""i;< ,"-; ;

proportion' flour Stir this in fl little at a vessels there remain for such time the '
to as > .:.: : J
two cupsd give it all a good beating before Port Physician shall designate, and the said ..,. : ;"
ume.:ttu t1T\ in thct18.| ; flavor to suit your- pilots shall immediately notify the Port Phy- ;'.i.1t. -1 1 PHARMACISTSCentre 1=

|rtf} [ lis good plan when making nice sician, by flying the national ensign at the -f,
selff. *ih3ce a little bit of the dough l! in acake foremast-head, of the arrival of said vessels ; : .

f.anbefore trusting the rest of it in the and the said pilots shall hand the master or .;,...,..:. ,:.. .. ,. ..'', '. ;/. ./ fi:. 3 ," ; ; t.
pat' can see if it needs any atSin of said vessel Street
the 1 n vou person having charge a copy
Sometimes the flour and sugar of these rules and regulations.SEC. -

\ thickening qualities, and exact re- 2. All vessels quarantined under the .. '. FERXAXDINA FLORIDA
par) In .: j; ,;' Lr.'." ; 1 lA ,
bo obtained without this pre- of these rules shall remain at said .
cannot provisions .'- ., : .. .
add little : kF:- tss '
ifthe cake is too light a quarantine without communication with 4 ;

cannonsutl flour, :. ru.in. If it h. tough a the shore, or with any lierson or persons VIHQLALAND TAILI ..: ': .' .:' ,.' :\ '; :: .: { KEEP constantly of FRESH on and hand PURE a fine assort-FOR-

tuilk and a trifle of shortening may belittle whatever, or with any other boats or vessels MO ; ; .' { .'. '!; ; :,' EIGN and DOMESTIC
addeJ. or any description whatever; unless:by spe, : : : : 'r'; : : .

which is not likely I to produced cial permission of the Port Physician! ; arid ... O < ..
uJdin" ,
: :
:\. P is made of one cup of butter, oueIjP.pefPs no person or persons, or boats or vessels, O .1':,:" .f'. Drugs and Chemicals, ,

'' onecup of sweet milk, one cup ,shall visit or hold l any communication with W -' .<--: ..'.' : .

molasses, three I cups of flour, any quarantined vessel, unless by special MOD ... : .
cooking \ ',' ', ,., ",. .. N : ""r Homoeopathic and Patent Medicines '
of : x3 :' : ,
tablespoon of ground authority from the Port Physician and if .. .? .?
eggs.n one large ; a .". Cflti -.f*- *- .'.j *''*''; t r:-,.
iin-'er: tablespoon fuls of cinnamon. any quarantined vessel l shall hold communication -,
aerated nutmeg, two teaspoonfuls of with any other quarantined vessel, hirf Proprietary and Fancy Goods.
half powder. Cream and butter and su- then such vessel shall be quarantined for: A. B. STOYES
n.imp add the yolks of the eggs, beat the fifteen days additional, l in addition to all Q1DEALER' FINE TOILET ARTICLES,

wliitw r to a stilt froth and put in a little of other fines or penalties imposed by these v C ,,

J and then some flour, and so on un regulations.SEC. IN- 1-1II
;tt c'ills-'all disposed of then some flour, andS 3. It shall be the duty of the Port PERFUMERY, SOAPS, ETC.,

until it is all disposed of. then put in Physician to visit! all vessels arriving in the W Florida Lands.The \

the on milk, molasses :and spice. The baking harbor of Fernandina as soon as possible Family Supplies, a IN GREAT VARIETY. J JJI2J"

should be sifted in with the flour; after such arrival, and inspect said vessels,
powder teaspoonful of salt. Bake slowly in a and if in a :good; sanitary condition, he shall -
add a Serve"lth lemon sauce made give a certificate of health, and allow themto HEAVY GROCERIES,

hot oven.Put two tablespoonfuls of butter, proceed on their voyage ; but if he shall :: N Physicians' Prescriptions

thus eight; tablespoonfuls of sugar and two eggs find any of said vessels in a foul or unsanitary fcH PiGC Peninsular fc carefully compounded with pure Drugs, at

into a bowl and beat until like cream, gratethe condition, he shall order the said vessel Hay and Grain, reasonable
rind of one lemon and add with the or vessels into quarantine until thor- prices.

stir thoroughly, and stir in slowly oughly cleaned and fumigated and put in ANDTropical

tu tablespoonfuls of cream ; now set the good sanitary condition, after which he SHIP STORES
shall'e said vessel certificate of health O
howl containing this mixture a vessel of a
hot water on the stove, let this cook until it and allow her to proceed to her destination. Z =] Florida.

looks; glossy and smooth, and then set itaway through or within the limits of the port of &
Furniture, :: rj1'Joa
: to cool, as it should be cold whenserved. Fernandina.SEC. .
: 4. On and after the opening each year 00 RAILROAD COMPANIES
of the National Quarantine Station (Sapelo Stoves,
A nice way to fix the crust for tarts is toro vessels infected hav- : -
Sound,) all from ports tE NDALIS
I it thin, 'cut out with a smooth cooky __
ingsickness on boaad shall be directed by Paints Goth
cutter, then with a cup cut out the center of the pilot to proceed to said National Quar- ,. .: ARE OFFERING LANDS IN THE SQA tiGuRE

some\ of them ; have the cup large enoughso antine Station. O Crockery, .
that a ring of crust will be left ; placetwo .J COUNTIES OF
just SEC. 5. Any vessel arriving:; at this port, cc
; ,)these on each round of dough ; if you bearing the certificate of the National Quarantine Hardware, THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY
till with jelly, it is a pretty addition to make Officer must be brought to anchor at rI1 discovered, as it is certain in its

a meringue the white of an egg and a little the quarantine station, and there remain Willow-Ware ALAOHUA7PUTNA effects and does not blister. READ PROOF

sugar, and put over the top, and brown until released by the order of the Board of g BELOW.

slightly! ii; the oven. If tilled with jam, put Health or Port Physician.SEC. T =

1 a little/ sugar in milk and wet the crust with G. All such vessels as are described in 7 Saved Him 180000.
i this will make it brown delicately, andit O +
it ; Sec. 4, arriving during the closure of said .
gives an excellent flavor to the crust.A National Quarantine Station, shall anchor M = RION7SU ADAMS, N. Y., January 30, 1882.

delicious pie may: be made of canned and remain at the Port Quarantine Station O n I i Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co.:

pine-apple. If the pine-apple is in slices it under the personal supervision or direction M \eric e GENTS-Having used a good deal of your

should; be chopped fine; to one large cup of or the Quarantine Officer. TER ANDHERNANDO Kendall's Spavin Cure with great success. Ithought.

pineapple allow one cup of sugar, half a cup SEC. 7. All vessels arriving at this port O I I'l aij I would let you know what it has

,r,! hutter, one cup of sweet cream, four eggs ; with sickness on board, or having had the Low th Low at done for me. Two years ago I had as speedya
reserve the whites for the top of the pie as same during voyage, will, at all seasous of a a a colt as was ever raised in Jefferson county.

it-iiiould. have an undercrust onlDo not the year, no matter from what port, either When I was breaking him he kicked over

wniw away the juice left in the can ; it American or foreign, anchor at the quaran- AT PRICES FROM : the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his
makes a nice flavoring for pudding sauce, or tine station, and there remain until releasedby hind legs all to pieces. I employed the best

with the addition of a litte gelatine and sugar order of the Board of Health or Quarantine -' farriers but they all said he was spoiled.

: yon may make. a small bowl of delicious Physician "\''.,'. He had a very large thorough-pin, and I

jelly; SEC. 8. Vessels from ports south of 25 .,,. 1.25 to $10 per Acre. used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin

Doughnuts; or fried cakes of cornmeal may north latitude will, during the entire year ': '. ,, Cure, and it took the bunch entirely off and
!xa novelty to some one : Two teacups of I be required to discharge any and all ballastat -t..:, ,,., ,: ;<(;.... ... he sold afterwards for$1800 (dollars). I have

tnriil should be mixed with one teacup-and- l the quarantine station. I ,> t. used it for bone spavins and wind-galls, andit
a-hulfof milk that is scalding hot or at the SEC. 9. On and after May 1st and until November ; All these lands are in the central has always cured completely and left the

h..) line point : when this is cool add two 1st of each year, and longer if the ; leg smooth.It .
teacups of sifted flour, half a cup of butter, Board of Health so determine, all coastwise peninsular portion of the State, and is a splendid medicine for rheumatism.

a little salt, one cup of sugar, three eggs ; vessels must anchor at the quarantine station. I have recommended it to a good many, and
flavor with nutmeg or cinnamon and a very Vessels:: from non-infected or non-sus within fifteen miles of Railroads in they all say it does the work. I was in With-

little ;ginger: let this stand until it seems! pected ports will not he detained longer erington &Kneeland's drug store.in Adams,
\light\ \ then roll it out about half an inch than necessary for the quarantine officer to successful operation, traversing a territory the other day, and saw a very fine pictureyou

thick; cut in round or diamond-shaped! satisfy himself of their perfect sanitary con- .', which is being more rapidly sent them. I tried to buy it, but could
cake and fry in very hot lard. dition. Vessels from ports south of 25 ( ,,: : !' ,; not ; they said if I would write to you that
north latitude will have to with : would send I wish would .
comply sec- settled and than other you me one. you ,
"y-ters prepared in this make a delicious developed any
way tion 8, be fumigated at least twice, and detained and I will do you.all the good I can. -
entree to he sent to the table willig'llUeof .
at least fifteen days. of the State. Very respectfully. E. S. LYMAN.Kendall's .
( kind Scald dozen in part
any : a oysters
SEC. 10. The coastwise steamers shall be
their own liquor possible: ifnot in a little allowed to come to their wharves and be A B. NOYES, The fertility of the soil and accessi-
wyter: well salted then skim them
out put a
table; l jM onful of butter, a gill of cream, tileJUII' there inspected by the Port Physician, un- *- (Successor to W. A. SANBORN) Spavin Cure. '
<'of half lemon and of less otherwise ordered by him, but no personor bility to the largest and best markets
a a
freight or baggage shall be landed, nor Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
in a on the back of the stove,
saucepan desira-
I lands
make these
allowed to on board, until particularly
then persons go permission
when it is hot add well-beaten
when a egg ; be given by the Port Physician ; and GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SHIP STORES, EVAY, IND., August 12, 1881.
this thickens pour this over the oys- if it be found by the Port Physician that CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS -HAY, GRAIN ble for the cultivation of fruits and Dr. B. J. Kendall &: Co.:
ten which you have already placed in a hot ,
ili It, said steamers have any sickness or contagious GENTS-Sample of circulars received today -
> disease on board, said steamers shall Corner o'f Second and .Centre Streets, near early vegetables for shipment. For Please send me some with my imprint,

When basting the turkey take a clean be immediately ordered to the quarantine Steam boa ILanding, printed on one side only. The Kenda l's
tick and tie a cloth on the end and wet large and immediate profits there is :
ground.SEC. FERNA-NDI&A; FLORIDA. Spavin Cure is in excellent demand with us,
this in the gravy or dripping witil which itis 11. The Port Physician is hereby au- in Florida to the and not only for animals but for human
to be basted ; you can go over each part thorized and required to administer to all Owner and Agent for Schooner Silas C. no industry equal ailments also. Mr. Jos. Voris, one of the
more satisfactorily than with a of vessels in this Evans Special rates for Merchandise in leading farmers in
spoon.A masters arriving port (ex- raising of early vegetables for Northern our county, sprained an
delicate way to serve oysters is to cook cept those of coastwise steamers) the oath large quantities. ankle badly, and knowing the value of the
them in a little water with butter and salt prescribed by the National Board of Health. Agent for Hazard Manufacturing Compa- markets. remedy for horses, tried it on himself, and it

'10. suit the taste ; then toast some thin SEC. 12. From May 1st to November 1st of ny's CHAMPION BARBED WIRE the did far better than he had expected ; cured
slices\ of bread each vessel from infected best in the world. and circular the sprain in short order.
and put a layer of oysters year, no an or suspected For new descriptive very
,; well seasoned between two slices. latitude will be allowed to cither A entforB.F.AVERY'S CELEBRATED Yours respectfully, C. 0. THIEBAND.Price .

.! Macaroni is very nice if cooked with lighter or bring cargo of fruit up to the PLOWS. address $1 per bottle, or G bottles for $5. All
d lck(>n. When tender put it on the platter city. Agent CHAS. W. LEWIS, druggists have it or can get it for you, or it
, with the chicken and SEC. 13. Pilots must in each case, before
pour a rich gravy over will be sent to any address on receipt of
all.A boarding make inquiry as to the sanitary con Land Commissioner, price by the Proprietors DR. B. J. KEN

delicious !hard sauce for a pudding is dition of vessels ; in no case must they boardif PROCLAMATION.EXECUTIVE DALL & CO.: Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
made of one cup of sugar, half a cup of butler the vessel has sickness on board, or has Fernandina, Fla., Send for Illustrated Circular.

j; bent together until like cream add the had sameduring voyage ; in such cases they Or T. :M. RIKARDS .
whites of two eggs, beat well and then put must either direct to Sapelo Quarantine Station OFFICE } Sold by all Druggists.PATENTS

III' a tablespoonful of brandy and a little. lead the vessel in, or have their small TALLAHASSEE, FLA., March 17. 1884. Ocala, Florida. 38
ntttmeg.-jJaWmore Sun. boat hoisted alongside clear of the water, -

and in this way pilot the vessel in. Proclamation by the GO,-ernor. ...
'Cut: little red SEC. 15. Each and every person, or each ..1, ,
peppers we have in Texas <. ,:\.-' :
.a* a !sure cure for lying.r hen Eli Per- and every vessel or other craft, who or 200.00 .
n'aSil1! Austin which shall be found guilty of any violationof "...". MuNN & CO., of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN; con
he was induced to put attrVlismoulh' their 'r'. ;, :<".:'J. tinue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats !TradeMarks
on being told that they these regulations, or provisions, ," -.x Copyrights_for the United States! Canada..
shall conviction be fined not less than ; : '. : about
deliCIous upon England, France Hand Book
.I, they, Texas strawberries. As soon $5 nor more than $100, imprisoned for not To All Whom These Presents May Come '. ', Patents sent free. Thirtyy-eve years'experience
began to melt Eli and Patents obtained through MUNN CO. noticedIn
; ; jumped are
,down,( andspitting them out yelled in up heart"Wenng less than one nor more than twenty days, Greeting: .; .,' .,,' ;;; 0', : the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,the largest,best and
both at the discretion of the Board of Health. WHEREAS, It has come to knowledge .. .. most widely circulated scientific paper. $ ,20 a year.
accents : They are hottern- of tbeoibsence sicknessof that Sam Bryant and Win. r"antareunder '" '':- : Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting In-
llIch In
SEC. 1C. .
ts case or formation. of the Scientific A
Specimen mer-
nothing but the truth the first '. ;: copy
title he ;had the Port Physician; ,lie,shall have author- indictment Cor murder, in Nassau County, .. :' : lean sent free. Address MDNN&CO., SCIENTIFIC
told it in however '.
I S\'ears He Florida AMERICAN Office 261 Broadway, New York.
which shall ; '
-1 a relapse 1 as soon as the moral effect of ity to appoint a deputy deputy ,,::4.c' ; -
toe! be a practicing physician.SEC. '
!I eppets subsided. Eli should have his .

4'; 1(' 'ets full of red peppers.Tua& Si/tings.laluabi on May. 17.1st These, 188!regulations. shall take effect Governor WILLIAM of the State D.of BLOXHAM Florida, by, virtueof '- :>.: :'::..; : :;\ ::: .:.>:\'. : :'::. PATENTS' or obtained for improvements for-new inventions in old

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J. D. PALMER, the power and authority vested in me by ;'Y. < :(',.: ..; :J,. <:; .1.>;t ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand

c Orange Lands for Sale. President of the Board of Health. the Constitution and laws of said State, do : : ',' F ..:.)....:.. ........r. ., ',".:t; all patent business promptly attendedto.

I cii I Jacti.containing, twenty acres each of Attest: hereby offer a reward of ';'.';. '::!: :;;>SJ, '.,_ F.:. t.'.'. ::,:.' INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN .
e 1 high I hammock land on Orange Lake THEO. STARBUCK, Secretary. ..' still in most be pat- -'
M("'able for ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor ; ;!; ;:; .,,' :" .; REJECTED may cases,
orange growing and truck farm- :.. the U. S. Patent -
I ,. ented by us. Being opposite
!It' .
;' MV now offered for sale. These lands LUCY COTTAGE the arrest and conviction of Sam'Bryant; :y! -' : ( Office, and engaged in PATENT BUSINESS ;
(tr : ; :
;t wT (1nv nicntly situated for transpor- and I do further offer a reward of :.y : EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat-

I t.1 ., by water or rail, and will be sold onimS Seventh-St., near Egmont Hotel, ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor :;.;:; !} ,. :' ,' ,,-': .. ...::: .;,: ents in less time than those who are remote
,; : Purchasers. Titles are unques- ,. .. '. .
arrest and conviction of Wm.Bryant. from "Washington.When
: : valuable timber lands in Inventors send model or sketch
;-"XO HHhes. Ijf TESTIMONY 'WHEREOF I have here-
I : : G. R. FAIRBANKS, make search in the Patent Office, and -
pt'1'Ifllar,- well furnished withor unto set myhand and caused the Great we _
IG, 882.::!. Fernandina Flit.1'or Offers pleasant rooms ,
advise to its patentability free of charge,
I without board. Table Boarders will be Seal of the State to be affixed at Tal- as fees "
I accommodated; also transient. lahassee, the Capitol, this seventeenthday Correspondence confidential ; reason-
Sale and NO CHARGE -
of March D. 1884. able;
.' 'ireachtange, for Northern city property, __ W.,D. BLOXH AM, Governor. 'IS OBTAINED.We .
r!! thirtr Ire acre truck farm, with two-story Kent. refer by permission to the City Post

'he dwell!,, I ling';\ learn, etc. Beautifully situated on The store on Second street now occupied DESCRIPTION:. ice master and to the Superintendent of thepostOffice

., tail! tnainlantl. on Nassau r \'er.within' half by me, and known as the "New York Colored ; Sam about 21 vears old, and William 1. Money Order Division in Wash .
t' lit the Florida with fixtures etc. Desirable location. ington. For special references,circularservice .
Iailro': Transit Peninsular: Store about 23 years old ; height, about feet > .
:.11.I I.md11 under cultivation. Possession given by the middle of April. 9 inches; weight about. 150 pounds, and ." { ..'.r: : '.. terms, etc., address ,
\ ; : -(
Mns. I: FLETCHER.. PAUI.FDXKE.Fernandina brothers. ... .\ 1- \' --f \>;S.-!'jJ v"- :''; ; C. A. SNOW & CO., -
Ft'rll n,hti.t,1'1a.Marcli : Fla. March I 1884. '. :: ..4.. ." }! : :::: '!,;L _, Opp.Patent Offi><>. Washington.Jva ;2ti" :,.
Tallahassee 18 ,14w ; ; 1'
7 Fla.Inrch .884. ; i ,
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'it ,. ;I (<'" 'THE ;FLORIDA MIRROR : APRIL 26; 1884.iI ." : "..:-. d' '..
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. Painful and Serious Accident.A Confederate Home Fund. Donnell. Jacksonville, Fla; II A Coates ,,.'/. -/fiis. :: s-gsr---t?; ..;!- ;: :.4,?=&..
:, :' Wellsville N Y Wm II McNeil and wife: "
for the 7/otne ;
:, colored sailor on board the schooner The following subscriptions
\. Lancaster Mass; Horatio Adams, Brooklyn ",. .",l. A< .
Williamine now loading with lumber at of Confederate Veterans have been receivedto ..
N Y; J C Hunter, Atlanta, Ga.; Charles: -;;;: "
A t $!.uo A YEAR; $1.0Q FOR SIX MONTHS Broonie street dock, met with a serious accident date : G Powers. Decatur Ill; Evan C McKenzie, :.....,' ,

7_ yesterday afternoon. While engagedin F. B. Papy........................................ $5.00 London, Eng; Mrs Geo Morford nurse and ;.x...
Reflection Thos. Kydd.................................. ?. 5.00 child, Bridgeport. Conn; Mrs C H Osgood, i 1. ,
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:Ii fJi..::. ; scraping the mast one of-the ends of a H. J. Baker......*;-.............. .. ........... 5.00 Putnam, Conn, Mrs John E Gillette, John :.:: : -;;;: '.
"c. *.4 FivevesselsarenowloadingattleBroome" cross-piece," on which he was sitting, gave D. E. Maxwelh...;.............:.:...:.......... 10.00J. W Gillette Hudson, N Y. ,J. :: '. .;. '

i., way, precipitating him to the deck some .,D:.Palmer.........;............................ 5.00 MANSION HOUSE. i ."i, ti.-. ;, .I". >" "
, street lumber wharves. Cash' (unknown).........*.:....:...:._.......... 20.00 '-,. ',/ '
: ,. r: j The schooner Relic Derby i is" fading thirty or forty feet below. His left foot and G. N, Saussy' ;...................................... 1.1 0.00 C M Carpenter, Atlanta; E Mansfield, Sa. '.....-.
:' {b f dock. leg were broken and his spine badly injured A. O. :MacDonell.-....................... ..... 10.00F. vannah; N B Taylor. John T Graham, E R ;
railroad iron at the
old steamship
I' > with besides' receiving internal injuries. Drs. W. Simmons.............................? 10.00 Lightfoot, Milieu, Ga; R F Kelley, D G .4s. .
: The United States survey schooner Drift Pope and Starbuck called in attendanceand Walter G. Coleman........ .................. 10.00 Heitz. F \Mumby, J 0 Bessent. Robt El- .t ,',

Lieutenant Fremont commanding again were W. Thompson......'..'.. ................... 5.00 men horst, L II Barbiere,.Mrs J Douglass,
x : ; did all in their power to alleviate his :Mrs. M. M. Reid................................ 5.00 Mrs Quinby, Miss Quinby, Jacksonville, D .<.'1. '

t.. :1; in our harbor. sufferings. He was brought the city, but A Federal Soldier.......................'....... 5.00 Dyal Callahan; Julius Long, St Marys : \ ', : ;::
:,) J I Bishop Young, of the Diocese of Florida his recovery is very doubtful. W. J. Woodward............................. 10.00 Ga; E G Hill, Lawtey; J E B Culley and : : ; ;1.; .

f.J : will administer the rite of confirmation at Samuel A. Swann................. ........... 15.00 wife, John Bachlott, Miss Hawkins, Mrs '. .'

;&' H. E. Dotterer......... ......................... 15.00G. Hawkins, Richard Bachiott, Miss Long,
(:ti: } the new Episcopal Church tomorrow.On May Festival.'fhe' B. J Jcllim/...................................... 5.00 Miss Bachlott, C F Freize Miss Fox St\Iarys. ALL
: .! On account of the threatening weather on May Festival annually given to the Mode Bros......................................... 2.50 Ga; H J Day, Savannah; C Drew Sr Jacksonville -
f. .
Palatka.l.f children of our city by the ladies of St.P'ter.s Editor :MIRROR.................:...............? ,10.00. ; E' D )lor'ris. Miss Young, Stafford ,.
':1: : '1 : Wednesday last the steamer City of Place; W II Dutton. Philadelphia; II lIrrman
Parish will :
.:.: ,tf.:' '. ",, of the Palatka and Charleston line called at be held at Lyceum Hallon j Totai.J.;;:.; ...:;.................::....... .....$162.50' Gainesville; W F Coachman, Florida;
'j Thursday evening next. This the W \
'':; ; ." ,r 1 ('I' this port.Prof. year Mons Langreurfils, France; Mahoney,
i" itf i, festival will be given under the auspices of Losses by the Late Fire Promptly Callahan; Dr S Schopnmaker, Rosendale, N ,'..".,'
: "' : L. M. Rutherford, an eminent the Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian Y; II Markely\ Greenville. S C; WilliamM f.

'; scientist and a trustee of Columbia College Paid. \ Dallam Knoville, Tenn; Miss Laura ;. 4;.. ..;; .
". : ': Church, and we trust that these ladies will The following losses by the tire of the Allen, :Miss Ella Allen Philadelphia; J S .: -
:% New York is stopping with his family i.fOF '
:t : : '.:; ; / .
receive those wife and Pa Mrs Mizell.King's \ I
as hearty a support as on previous -10th irist'.TOKiverbefen!( adjusted and paid by Haynes daughter. ; .. '. ; ':-
: J; : at the Egmont.Thursday Ferry H II Spaulding, Detroit; .:\\Ii sJennie. : :. -
; .
; occasions. ". f
The parties have. always: 'Mr/'C/V. the :: "r ':;;; :'y.
r ?7 night a deckhand fell overboard Hillyer"agent-for companies ,Lamphrre, Augustine; W II Brill, .. ,,\, ;.' t' ,' ..
'j:, f proved very pleasant and enjoyable.} "They) A.'Gldiber/Hamage tov building,"in- Binghamton, NY.Bange :

.. 'J ; ,' while trundling a wheelbarrow on are not given for any one denomination but sured in the Phoenix................... $44 75 '{-?-c':.:

+: :<:' ;' the gang-plank of the St. Nidiolas. He was all are invited to participate. The enter- F.. MarsIialUfdamage! to furniture of Thermometer, ., .'' ,. :.
I Liverpool, London and Globe..... 70 00
'f, t.!" rescued. tainment for the little ones will begin at 5 FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, APRIL 25, f' n ,
building 'f
.. W. 'B. C. Duryce.'damage to -
', '. ,.J a.!- x<1.. ;The schoonerWilliam Frederic is now o'clock. Ice cream and refreshments will Continental......................... 350 00 HORSEY'S DRUG. .STORE. .

: ';. I .' discharging! about 200 tons of'steel rails for be on sale for the grown people during the James Bell dwelling Liverpool r-: -: :: :-::

> .11' ; the Florida Railway & Navigation Co. at evening. London and Globe......................1,000 00 [I. .:: ....1 -...: Wind

:, ; the New York steamship dock. Total....?................................$1,464 75 I----I: h -A I c: Water Coolers

"1 .' :'j t Mrs J. L. Clay left for Brooksville, lIer1' Our Fire Department.At The loss on the two-story dwelling belonging Saturday..April19 64 72 71 701 s. E.
t a recent meeting of the Fernandina Sunday ......?......20 66 73 72 70 S. E.
? ;- ;1' nando county.yesterday morning, where .. Chemical Engine Co. the company decidedto to Mr. James Bell, insured in the :Monday ............21 G6 74 I 173 71 f S: W

t ''j ; ':l Clay has engaged in the drug business. We Underwriters for $1,500, has also been ,ad- Tuesday............22 68 75 I 73 72 S."T..
take charge of the hook and ladder truck.
: I, : wish John success in his new field. justed and will be paid within sixty days. Wednesday..23 60 m I 65; 68 W. .
..<; For this purpose the company, which consisted Thursday.24 57 67 67 59 N. W.53 .

", Mr. G. N. Saussy, traveling auditor of the of thirty-four members, divided ; "Webb's Florida. ............... 6S 168 .G.3 X. W. .
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!" l Florida R.\ilway" & Navigation Company one-half taking charge of the chemical en- A detachment of Webb's historical corpsare --- -- --. .- y
: returned yesterday with his wife from a MAItZNEr.Port '
"J. 1 f' : gine and organizing under the old name, now cOl\piling-information and data in 1M
k visit to Hillsborough and :Manatee counties. : :" _'C r." '
J..s while the other half formed,Hook and Lad- work."Webb'sFlorida' -
:} t. : i' this city for the above-named of Fernantllna. '" '.. -" ANDOreaxn -

.1 :: ,. The coming Circuit Court for Duval der Co.,. No. 1. Both companies have will contain, beside a complete HIGH,WATER. :; ... :"f:; ;;.,< '. !" :."
; ; :;
: ..f:: county will have three homicides to try elected their officers and to drill ,
propose history of the State its cities and villages,
; Saturday, April 26..... 8:41: A.M. 9:08 r. M. j'
+:, I. i ,i which have occurred in that county since with their respective apparatus. The Fire an industrjaljantl biographical review com Sunday, 27...... 930": 10:00' "

"i.' J ::: the last term and one case transferred fromthis Department as now organized, is officeredas prising historical sketches of leading mercantile Monday, 28..10:18" 10:48 h
i .. county. follows : ,'and manufacturing industries together Tuesday 29..11:0.3". 11:37 "
,I -' Wednesday 30..11:58. ..:...
1 J Major B. S. Henning was reelected president Chief of Department--James McGiffin. with biographical sketches of pro- ; Thursday, May 1...... 0:29 0:58 "

.c 1 1 of the system of railways controlled by CHEMICAL ENGINE CO., r0..1, fessional and prominent men. It is a work I Friday, -<),= 1:27 2 00 u

i ". the Florida Railway & Navigation Company Foreman-J. Fred Lohmann. which should receive the support of the I

.,' "'s: at the meeting of the directors held in Assistant-C..A. Noyes. citizens of the State and there need be no ENTERED. Freezers
1 jl April 19-S.P.St. Nicholas,Wildman,Savannah -
1 :" ,1 New York last week. Engineer L. Horsey. I hesitation in giving the information sought. ; with freight and passengers -

1 : '.' >.! Prof. J. N. Whitner and wife arrived in Assistant Engineer-Chas. M. Stark. to W. Tucker, agent.

: ;\ this city from Bartow. Polk county, on Secretary and Treasurer W. F. Wood Jr. Pound Party. 19-Schr; E. A. Hayes, Hayes New

.1 J Thursday last. Prof. Whitner has been ap'I HOOK AND LADDER CO., NO. 1. A pound party will be given by the ladiesof York ; ballast to master.
22-S. S. City of San Antonio Wilder,
: ;r pointed professor of theoretical and practical Foreman-Chas. J. Kimball. the Methodist Aid Society on Tuesday 1,680 tons, New York ; freightand

'I" i.;. agriculture at the Agricultural College, now evening next, at the building formerly occupied passengers, to R. W. South-
: .) FunTce's Dry Goods Emporium Mr. Schuyler school on the *
+ in the course construction at Lake City. by as a wick, l* ent. ,
'i As mentioned in our last issue Mr. Funke corner of Ash,rind,Nintli streets. Ice cream, 22-S.P. St. NicholasWildmanSavan- -
8! The Egmont closes early next week, having ,.,-. -1 ', .
t. nah with and
4. commenced moving into his new store on cake and other refreshments will be servedat ; freight passengers ,
and < :
\, had a very busy prosperous season. to W. Tucker, agent. .M, -AT-.
d Centre Street Monday last,and during the moderate prces. This.like all their other 22S.P. of Savannah ,.
.1' t Its excellent reputation has been fully sustained City Bridgetpn, -, : : :
this winter, and Mr. Kittelle may be week has been engaged in fixing up his new entertainments, is for the benefit of the ; with freight and passengers ,,
r ,
% :" justly proud of his achievements. He goes quarters. In renting this store Mr. Funke church and we bespeak for it a liberal pat- .' 23-Schr. Edwin, to W.A.B.Gaskill Tucker, agent.
1 has shown his good sense and business tact. from citizens.Culle'y .
our -
from here to a new and elegant hotel at ronage generous Philadelphia; ballast to master. >

.'c. .1 '1;: Beach Haven, N. J., where we wish him The location is one of the best in the whole 24Schr. Addie G. Bryant, Stubbs, y,,. ".
1 "' ., city. The building fronts Centre Street on -BacJilott. New York ; ballast, to master.

i ;:: success. the south, and the two large showwindowsand On Sunday evening last, April 20th, a u 24-Schr. Wm. Frederick, Patterson
,: : We understand a number of colored people New York ; railroad iron, to F.
afire Their glass door admit plenty of light, show- numerous company of invited guests and R. & N. Co.
are trying to organize company. ,
,1 FRED W. HOYT & GO'S.For
sympathizing friends filled the Methodist "
is to raise sufficient means to pur- ing off to the best possible advantage the 24-S.P. St. N5cholas.WildmanSavan- .
? :-1-' purpose Duval goods displayed upon the counters and Church at St. Marys, Ga., to its utmost nah ; with freight and passengers -
like that of the
chase a hand-engine
to W. B. Tucker
capacity to witness the marriage of Miss
shelves. The latter all in :
Engine Company, of Jacksonville. They are painted u 25-S. P.City of Bridgetpn,-, Savannah -
Annie L. Bachlott the amiable of
expect to get the City Council to put down light tints,and give the store a very pleasing daughter ; with freight and pas-
"I'. Captain R.JH. Bachlott, and Mr. J. E. B. to W. B.Tucker
will agent.
'I' several large wells throughout the city to appearance. Although :Mr. Funke con- sengers
; ,,; 1 I Culley, of Virginia who has been a residentof CLEARED.
: furnish the water supply. tinue to keep his usual good assortment ofgentlemen's
this city for several The steamer S.P.St.NicholasWildman Savan- "
years. 21
April ,
At the Easter election held Monday by the furnishing goods, clothingetc.
Martha brought a goodly contingent of the nah ; with freight and passengers -
he has concluded to particular at-
Church pay
k congregation of St. Peter's Episcopal
by W.B.Tucker agent.
and from
of the bride
tention to the wants of the ladies and will friends groom our
in this city the following gentlemen were 21-Bark Albert M., Veneon Buenos
t -J.,: re-elected as vestrymen of that parish : John keep in stock the best selections of all seasonable city to assist at the happy event, some of Ayres ; lumber, by W. B. C. .

H. dress goods in silks, satins white whom remained until the following morn- bury ee.
S. A. Swann, G. R. Fairbanks!
t : 22-S. P. City of Bridgeton, -, Sa-
and also
ing, when the bride" groom took
l r. E. Dotterer H. W. King, C. V. Hillyer and goods laces hosiery, fancy goods,gloves etc. vannah ; with freight and pas-
leave of the little of St.
village Marysfor
,\ .r R. S. Schuyler. Messrs. Hedges and Swann : Mr. Funke assures us that he is prepared to pretty sengers by W. B. Tucker agent.
't'.", were re-elected as wardens ; H. E. Dotterer sell at reasonable prices. His goods are Suffolk, Va., their future home. Rev.E. 23-S. P.St.Nicholas Wild mnan.'Savannah -
'. t in attractive G. Chandler, of the Methodist Church in ; with freight and passengers -
.:::",%-fJ3| **'' as treasurer and C. V. Hillyer secretary. certainly displayed an manner by W. B.Tucker, agent.
this the
city, performed
: San Antonio which and are worth the trouble of our lady readersto ceremony. "
: : d fe.;::*, TheMallory steamship 23-Schr. E. A. Gaskill, Wilson. New
.. *, '.r < and examine for themselves. York lumber Hilliard &
.. ;;::d .] t;.. sailed for New York yesterday morning at go MrFunke's Jacksonville Items. ; by ..
\ ""J'r;; '''" Bailey. I
; S ." :y ; f:)};': 6 o'clock, carried eighty passengers, and the advertisement will be found else- While in Jacksonville during the past 24--Brig R. M. Heslen, Fries, Humacoa '" ; I

'.' < ';.:: ).l : largest cargo ever taken by this vessel from where. week we noticed a number of very substantial ; lumber, by Mizell & Bro.

; i'. this port..Her! cargo consisted of 2,245 The County's Finances.The improvements under way. Several 25-S. S. City of San Antonio, Wilder,
.. vegetables 223 bales cotton 646 1,680 tons, New York ; freight
: packages
following is the report of County large blocks are going up, and the confi- and passengers by R. W.South-

logs cedar, 246 cases cedar, 285 barrels rosin, Treasurer G. Stark for the first six monthsof dence of capitalists in its future is indicatedby wick, a ent.II. Sale.A .

:'t 47 barrels spirits 50 barrels cotton-seed oil, the fiscal year ending-April 1st: their large investments in real estate. 25-8. P.St. Nicholas, Wildman Savan- second-hand piano. Will be sold cheap

( ;: 38 bales moss 37 cases shrimps, 180 pack- DR. nah ; with freight and passengers if applied for soon. For further information
"t We met several of the most prominentand
W. B. Tucker
by ,agent.
merchandise, 20,000; feet of lumber. To balance In
( ages Treasury October 1st, apply at the office of
influential of its citizens, who expresseda 25-S. P. City of Bridgeton, -, Savannah -
on following accounts: THE MIRROR.
A interest in the of the inland with freight and passengers I
deepening -
fI Circuit Court. strong
..I I Interest and Sinking Fund......51,172 36 ,by 'V. B.Tucker, agent.
I ,-j. The Spring Term of the Circuit Court for General Fund-Cash............... 180 02 passage between the St. John's river NOTICE.

: ..5.it'- this county adjourned on Tuesday last. .. Scrip ..... ...... 33 47 and Fern ndina.. as- being likely to afford IN PORT. Dissolution of Partnership.
Steam Haulover Fisher.
:,,.;*: + The following. sentences were pronounced School Fund......?................... 1,484 21 the most speedy and efficacious relief to the Schr. Florence Propeller'Leland, Adams., THE FIRM KNOWN AS THE FIRM OF

:" ,'" .-, Baker- on :Monday:' Bridge Fund........................... 77 67 blockade on-'their ommerce caused by the Schr. David W. Hunt Baker. John O'Donald &Sons, at Callahan,

by Judge Fines..................................?.. 12 oo)( _$ 2,950 73 St. John's bar. also Schr Anita Small. Nassau County, Florida will henceforth be
} ::1< Lee.Cathron, for assault with intent to Amount received to date low water on They known as the firm of Constantine and Ed
as Schr. Frank W. McGear Sharp.
i "':i; kill, four years in the penitentiary.Henry follows: realized thatthe'opening of this channel orcanal Schr. B. C. Terry, Moore. ward O'Donald, they having purchased thee

) ,< 'Davis, burglary, three years in the General Fund Cash............... 3,269 SO of commerce would be of great per- Schr. S. C. Evans Endicott. interest of John O'Donald in the stock
I I merchandise in the store at Callahan
: T.' ; penitentiary.. Scrip....'...._. 3,143 08 manent advantage as'affording an outlet toa Schr. Cephas Starrett Lawrence. CONSTANTINE O'DONALD.

::t.; Patrick Walsh embezzlements six months School Fund........................... 5,25818 port'which would offer greater depth than Schr. E.A. Hayes' Hayes. I! EDWARD O'DONALD.
Schr. Addie G. Stubbs.
? in the penitentiary. Interest and Sinking Fund._ 1,971 73 they could hope tp obtain at the St. John's Bryant, I Callahan Fla.. April 15 1884.

; Latham. Roads...................................... 657 46 There is doubt of the correct- Schr. Wm. Frederick, Patterson. -
for Mr. entrance. no
]\i'; ; [Walsh was barkeeper Fines...??.......?....................... 41 00-$14,310 75 -
k --7:'. On Thursday of last week two loggers from ness of these views that the deepening and

r: the country left with him for safe-keeping CR. 317,300 48 straightening of the passage would confer

: "j'; some $80. During the night Walsh absconded Disbursements to date on account of very great benefits upon both cities-to -

:1 taking with him the money, also General Fund-Cash.............. S2,332 67 Jacksonville as a business centre and to

I:; some belonging to his employer. He was .. Scrip....._._ 3,243 26 Fernandina as an important commercialport. '\.. ,
School Fund.............. ; 'F Yr LLB GL f 3Z
.- f recognized on the train by some Fernan- ??.......... 6,81812 y ?
dina gentlemen on Saturday while trying to Interest and Sinking Fund._ 1,83066 '; TERMS '

; Road Fund...............?.......?.... 330 35 Hotel Arrivals. ;... \z
from the State and Marshal :
.r 1 make his escape Bridges......?...,.....?...._.??........ 11 is ,. '" :

s { Vinzant, of Jacksonville, happening to Fines:. ......?.?..?.?...............?. 53 00-514,620)( EGMONT. :.-., .
..J'. be on the train, he was requested to arrest C" R Thompson-and wife the Misses ;.. .
Balance in'Treasury.,... .... .
? 52,680 24 Mrs Jennie E \ 4Wnan%na"
i him. lie was brought to this city, tried before BitIwel1.0 Clough, Hicks :
Baker and found guilty. The J S Moore, Col.Roger.Jones, New York 'city;
.-' i' Judge A Card. E, 'W B3 iirne.\ Oscar Onisley, J E Mclver, .
i- money with which he absconded was found To the Editor of the J/trror': : Bbston. :Mass; Mrs J A Grier, Master\ Grier tf.' Ia :::J
ED. MIRROR.] I wish to make D Pickering and wife .
-t upon his person.- public acknowledgment Miss.Jldia.Rogers; A '

'r In the case of Eppes, and Dewson in. through the ,columns of your paper; of the : ,Chicago; Isaac L Kern per, R W Cator, JI:, .. ,' .
; for the murder of prompt manner in which my loss on one of Baltimore; James H Jones, M L Lawrence .v
i dictedby. the grand jury my buildings destroyed by the late fire has and wife, Jersey City; Mrs 0 G Kienbusch

r : Major F. C. Suhrer, a change of venue was been adjusted by Mr. C. V. Hillyer, the and daughter C M Jansell, Cincinnati. 0.; ,

.i '. ordered.by Judge Baker the counsel for the agent, and paid within ten days of the fire. 0 Powers, II W Powers, Jacksonville Ill; i;
defendants claiming that their clients could The company in which the property was insured Thos West, J B Reedy, S Edee. Savannah; ;; }' fi
was the Liverpool London and Globe John Frank T B Oliver, W D Lacy, Geo<< 0 : ,'",' '
,.; not obtain a fair or impartial trial in Nassau I and I take pleasure in recommending it for Holmes J L Adams, 0 W Owens Robert II ;J '
county. The case will be tried in May its promptness. JAMES BELL. .. I ,Coleman Mrs William Coleman, Miss\ Edith ',; : ::.:
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oj' ::*.' in Duval county. Fernandina Fla., April S6t 1884. Johnstone,hiss Emma'Johstone, T A :Mac. '.

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